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jsajuj ums iu w , - -r Tk TJlf;mftwSnn nf the IS! insi. ,aya.-f . j s. ' . M
Mai eovernments are in j he usual iorm5 yy "7 , iiuince bvfrized to receive. Send me naro-:
iwiirvii villi w i a - - . m . - - - aa. .. ai a -m vr a i a a v a v ia ijw - - - . . .
r " r"7 "1 " , ; - - rtelegranb, from Boston, mar u.c - - r . n ... a dollar
rsard to s avcry. . , .p., r t ... Wphster. cliarffedisons wismug w duwi """i i
? ......;:ii K5il also nrovides for thelhe case of Professor, Webster ciwgeo T:i W-town: "and: he,
.setl.cn.cnt of.lho te.asBoundary, by thelw.th the .murder of .?r.G jend foriiheMper. ;. ' March. Mth.
' - $ . a i' . a ... . m ' m i m b m m m mm li w fa w
. bV Texas, of Ihe territory nnicnjrenaereu . vu. . . - -.--a , II
J . a aw w v . mm a a a a av. a. a a a
she cl- to New Mexico, for which 8hejme,wre-
;ri rtrvitiirrinv niirni a .vciuiui,
1 r I'Vrj L'Tr " .lo1l.r JUnnk, iM-ferW: who t.ave paid any altcn-U Miss was considerable of a hcl.e
irom iuu iu mi M,...... w- H ''.!,., ,v 1. . , . hn
. . v. 1 a n Ihn lAeiimnnv 1 1 1 llic ,Ukbt " 'Uin hnt riot; Mill ni I I! VUdiil nw
bills, and such seems to be me oniy
scheme of compromise that can succeed.
It is believed that these bills will pass
the Senate, and eventually, the House; but
SATURDAYAPRIL, G, 1850.
Death of Hon. John C Calhoun.
The Washington City correspondent ofj
the Baltimore Sun, under date March 31,
says : Mr. Calhoun breathed his last about
half past seven o'clock this morning. He,
called to his son, who was in the room.
... l .nntiActorl Iiim In Irtnlr 11 n
witn mm, anu -r ythe vjIiey ,6f the. Salt Lake,: under
his papers, alluding particularly to msj mQ 6f Desere is . disc'ardcd, and .Hie
work on Government, which he had beenyname changed to Utah. Such is said to
Engaged in revising. He remarked that(0 be the prejudice against the Mormons
v. f Vlnnn nTtpr. 1V1 r. V pn- in tlii VVnli'i n Stifi-.s. that eVCll a 10r-
JJv Waa t-ilo-t Oiiiivm, ...... j r 7 -
-."" t 'A .r .1. M.ffmnn n.im iTnnld ln sufficient to defeat
nhif ami otners oi iiju mess tuuw m. in.H- n - , .
iloubt the justice of;
KEEP bohstontly on hand a Slock .0r
Coffee; Suar, Molasses, Flour, Iuik,SaU
Foreign and domestic 1-iquors and VVincs.
Nails, Paints, Olass, JL,irne,. anu a variclv
oC other; articles suiUblc Cor plantatiolj
use and the retail trade, which they win
dispose of in Jots to suit dealers or cor.
Iskjn became discolored by the ??rcJwg
wea Crttms and Mrs. Perkins.
M - i -..r .i r ' In : slimmer her
llJCJIlCtllUI J V
i'ro?n e lialeigto acgisicr. - Ifrays ol the sun wnicn uiuu.0w
Simrpme Court. This tribunal ad-ll nlle one, she became
i i lnr ;e nnnilior mntlnr.
TrenabUshcd inUjourcd on Satur
tder thtMscss,on pi neany inrce. muiim?.. vplcs, lilolches, ' rusuues, iciwaf .
07 o A er Produ ce.
Calhoun Was perfectly calm and compo-
l ft i nnw rftmorlillPil. lhat Calliomia
scd. and took a little wjno which Mr.V.in . ... , . .i ;nn
' dUU 1 ,rwi be admitted at the present session,
Venable handed to him. He said but Iit-and with her present boundaries; and lhisH
tie, but he retained to the last moment hisaJniission will beacquieced n by a ina jl
consciousness, and when speech had fail-' jority of the Southern members, provided
cd him, he took some of his friends byjt be accompanied with' a satisfactory set-
thehand. He then lifted lm hand to his3"ul,,c,K a" UiW UU,UI , 7
forehead, brushed back his hair after his
be held on the second Monday in June
Htlnt beins the 10th of the month.
'nntf 3ml n nrnnc.r nrovi.ion for the lor-
usual manner, then dropped his head onj
his breast, closed bis eyes, and drew a last
and full breath. He was entirely free
from pain the .whole nigTi't, and his tran
sition from life to death was like failing
into a gentle slumber.
Thus ends the last chapter In the life of
a Statesman, who from the year 1811 till
this time, has served the country in tin
various capacities of Representative in
Congress, Secretary of War, Vice Presi
dent and Senator.
Mr. Calhoun was born on the 18lh day
of March, 1782, and was'G8 years old.
mo inn nnrl nlmminn of nfVV S U f ' IMilLOSJl ' J
from Texas, togctlcr witb efficient ro
vision for the rccanture and delh erv of H
fugitive si a ves.
In the House of 'Representatives, on
notion by Mr. Holmes leave was grant
ed to the committee appoinlel to invest i g
atc the charges made by the Hon. Pros
ton King against the Hon. Speaker Cobb
fo sit during the sittings of the House. '
im.p The senior porincr, D. C. Freeman,,',
asllJlocatrd in the city of New York, for tf,e
, mm. m - . mtr tm r 1 1
her beauty, which was a soureu ui
Ipfirn tlint n lurre number of adiuuicationsj.f, . i, jwns nno bv one. - dropped j)
hive been made, and .that the Docket has0 jjj.e tj)e eaVcs from their. mother trcelj :aWllSSlOil
been entirely cleared of all the old cascsin nutumn. She was left, poor thing dis-farid, if desired, 'Freeman & Houston vi!l
dial have encumbered it for ome iricconsolate; on all such occasions she con-makc:iidinccs in Washington-on consign,
hack. The next session of the Court wMsutcd her old fiiend the village-gossipSmcnls made to him. '.'.They have ample
.s. Perkins, uho.pmea ncr juuu uu,.4-troom ior siorage and what logo,-and any
l vith 1ir . for the dc-fef!
Kiion anu svmiaiio. -7 kwu.. vim uvu mui. uic mil uu pron
Portion ol their ctiarms, wimu m w,1eny aueniKti to,
Pro m tlic PeJej-sbiirg Republican.
Ohio. The Ohio Slate Journal of llicg
13ih ult. says: The bill prohibiting the
officers aivd citizens of Oiiio from taking
any st f ps to assist in the recapture of fugi
gdays enchanted so many admirers. J3ut
Mis. P. had heard that Dr. Worthy, had
something in his store whitli restored lost!
beauty, and improved the condition of ike
skin called -
11 AD WAY'S CHINESE MEDICATED SOAP,
Washington, N. C. April, IS 50.
S; R Ford,
WlflIirfTO,, X. c.
DEALER in Marble Monumcnrs;
Head and Foot Stones; Paiht Stones; Ini.
House on its final passage.
From the Faycllcvillc Carolinian.
...i.T.1i loloc n(Y Pimnlrs. Ulntrhrs' Frrpk
Ic, r.,lulcs, (ellc.s, Hash, Son l!Urnf s,nS 3'' short, any art.Cle called
tan and JVlorphew; cures Saits Khcum,) f , . 1 ,
.,. ."" o r ii? can Marble; and work warranted to please
Ring H orm, Scurvy, eruptions of nlU ' ' .
.Ikindf, ami maivcs the skin smooth, laii',&
,l ,s ai n,s expense.
VTonln.n ...Till llnf TI11M....J
Pf...:.i....:.l. 1 r.. f.. V..1,... U wiuuia iuii. nu wiw. jicuw,
t r I T l -f frtnitnnlinn EIUI1IIVIIII MUlll'll IUI Ul: ' l'I IIM ,-,,,ur. ..... . . . . .
the subject of the Nashville Convention.! J f'rai bord will be attended to forthwith.
' r. n . I I. A I til' AltCO I IJ I 111 1!
pnimt of n meelini? in iseaufort couiuv ongi . &
March 15, 1S49.
difficulty between Senators Ucnton ani
Foote, which begun in the Senate yester
HTTf7iimTOiraaTiittay ant u.ag continued to-day. Thost
, TetDn OJiccrs.
On Monday last, Ralph E. Macnair,
Esq. was elected Magistrate of Police
and Messrs. James Weddell, Joseph II.
Bowditch, and James M. Redmond, Com
missioners for the town of Tarboro,, for
The New York Herald says that proba
bly two thirds of the papers published a!
the South are taken at that office, and tli
out of any hundred of tbcm, seventy fiv
are in favor of the Convention, and twenty-five
either neutral or moderately oppo
Bed to it. If the newspaper press of th
South may be -taken as any indication o
public opinion, a -vast majority of H
Southern people arc in favor of the Con
mention. All the democratic journals o
the South without .exception, and two
thirds of the whig newspapers are united
tnore or less strongly in favor of the same
movement that of having a meeting as
Nashville, and consulting upon the pre
sent state of the country. The Herah'
adds, that the only opposition to the
movement which we. can perceive in the
firmtViPrn npivsnnners. arises from a few
neutral or whig presses .in some of the
large cities presses which may be suppo
8ed to be under the influence of Northern
minds or intellects."
who best understand the matter now
sort. that it must end in a duel.
Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.
Washington, March Uh 1S50.
A difficulty arose yesterday in front o!
the Intelligencer office between Senator
Foote and Borland, out of a conversation
on the slave subject. Mr. F. droped a fen
vords about "servile followers" of Mr
alhoun, which M-r. -Borland -construing
o reflect upon himself, a'" scuffle ensued 1
which Gen. Foote was struck in tin
ce. He had but Tcccntly recovered
nm a scvcroaltack of plcuiisy, and wa-
..irdly prepared for a street 4)ght. Mil
Borland the moment the blow was struck
rceived himself the extreme improprie
. uid unjienerousness of his conduct. an
joloaised for it since in a manner whicl
U) ie could alone for his rash condnct.
The occurrence is the more to be. regret
ed, as Messrs. Foote and Borland iuvi
een friends, and Mr. Foote had, n a vc
y- recent occasion, defended Mr. Boris
'and against the assaults of bis enemies
to add that the uncondition-j
Land for Sale.
. . r vCniiint Knao iIipta na m pwlinnril in lfif
'Able speeches were delivered uy wen -r .: " V 3
SGeorgc.E. B. Singletary, Dr. Korcom,i M' '- ' - .
I V,r, It llnlmnn in .i;,V,)r of Sent nu,L" 'i mn' Ul ft'yry 1,1 " iimum u. u uum
.iuw in. t-i- - .... -i a
vi.:ii... ,.wt u P H S:i.Pi admirers, winch she sani was aji owing a
Senators BnUon auU I'ooie.-. k E R s ,)on.lto Radway's famous Sop.
BalUmorc bum learns by telegraph from , , the cmcAfsi VN bamt,
Washington aty, Marh 27, that tlvere is ,u V 5,-,,lsl ll; J
. . . . .1 I n? comnuttrc to report resoiutionsffcdcnnses the head from (landi'iifi.
miwrh nvnilnmcnl lif.ro lit IT'irMI'll I.1 I Ill Jl 1 W2 U
were -tllVJUVii, U.11'1 piuuutvu oijj.u uiv gCUIl, in iui .ill's uic nan !im uijhi.3 i i id
Knnitc nr onil fir-in! voni hn(T i J p I CP fi I PS! Vi n r smnnf i nnil ir nsct' 1TIPP rOTlJ.H
but the whig side was the stronger, andlisi lai-e bullies. . P, incinal office, KM Ful-g,,,u u, lfUUC1 4UI Ml6 llw ymim
,i . .... . !,.,,. r-w3,i. . x' v.t- L-n wmcn nc rciiues, iii miles irom iar.
carnel their point. 1 his wc hae gItcn st. iNew 1 oik. W "
' eh r ' i f . i. " i . Tii:r , -
fitcason lolicvo lo he the fact, nol.v.th-1 ,.;Vm II. MvnIW. tl,e nlv A-8 ' ,vaa .w 13
Mniulin- ihe "Wl.'i..." uiih nrelended iuvS, r v.,.!., l : 1 A. ,i,Am,,ts l,om ,,1C ,at,cr P,ace. nlanmg-
.ri.rr f l . H ,i .i u'i fiifTiiMilf i c. i o 1 1 i rs laoout 500 Acres, on which there
.oncern, .states ti.t it was. cium uit to ioJitie eas!ern counhes oi N. C. & r :.. , ,.
. . 1 !5
whether there were mou;
THE subscribei being desirous
Cholera. The New Yoik Sun savs.Nj
there have u en SO eases of cholera at
Ward's Island and 25 cases in the city.
ippoint you Vou can have ihe whole
iwentv-one for 52.50. J am almost asha-
From the S&'jvbcm Fcpuliuan.
(J'JRipc slra berries -bave' -made llieii
.ippearancc in the New York market. A
ultivator of the fruit says that "his-straw-!)ci
ric! arc li-kc ohl dust at wrescril." lie
aids : ll have had an offier of two dollars!211 nh- h)y Elisha Cromwell, Esq. Mr
t dozen for them, but do not wisb to dis
r ii i ii t . t
than , en iv ....'. n.,..:. n "'"au.e ueumg nouses, out nouses,
FAman, "Aman's mill; Mr. Alston, Goids-fe Alk-iWiMrf' hf hvn nv.U
Geo. Howard Tarboro. fr.r k i.. onn
l iiiiui ii ir .iiufvtT- i ii in r inu .wii
acres, principally swamp land. Terms
will be made accommodating. .
TIENR Y APPL E WHITE.
Pinedum, Halifax Co, March 8, IS 50.
In this county, on Thursday, evening'
Sialc of North Carolina.
' V NASn C0UNTV.
S ttpcrior Court of Equ Hi, ,
MARCH TERM, 1S50.
The Washington City f orrespondent. of;
the Nl Y". Journal of ('oraraerce, under
date March 21, writes as follows:
A remark made by the President, the
Other day, to a gentleman from the South.
has been repeated, and is so creditable to
the President, that jt deserves to be known.
General Taylor stated that, while he was'
here, he should do. what he could to pre
serve the Union; but, when it should be1
necessary to emrilov force tomnintnin fhp!
Union, it would be no longer worthy of
In the Senate, Mr. Dougla9g, Chairman
of the territorial committee, haa int,!.,.
ced two bills, one providing for the ad-l
mission of California, with her nrp.w
limits the other for the creation of two1
a 1 i
pology offered by Mr. Borland, has sinci
iecn considered personally satisfactoryi
)) Gen. Foote: and that, in all probabili
: Mr. Botland will this evening be in
rod need to the bedside of Gen. Foote, P
sliake hands with him After so grave
n offence was committed, it was certain
ly an act of justice and respect for his owi J
llgnity, as well as for the dignity of tin
h(My oTwhich Mr. Borland is a member.
o apologize, as he has done, to a tried an
rue friend. After an error is committed
the best plan is to acknowledge it frank
y; and not to aggravate it, by false pride
ttiat would add crime to rashness.
Elisha Carney to Miss Elizabeth White-Scarab ShaUingto'n vs. Wm. E. J. Shallir-
liurst, daughter of Mr. .las. Whitehurst. H ton and others,
Also, on Sunday 17ih ult. Mr. Peterll
S XS v." C M WLTW . I tl la-tL. ti M i I Mi A I 1. Mil till IJ .
I a Atm a -W . . Kl
ncd of this, but could do better at home. W . 10 iM,SS Lalhanne U-xum,daughtera IN ihh casCi it apDearinfi lo lhe Court
01 ....... ll .,ltprocesshathissued:againStthcde.,
I lie . Y. Vck1v Journal. 0.. . ; ! ' . .;u",u' . uu ldant W. E. J. Shallinston in the
rfcVJt" un. uy me ul'v .1. ij. i,iiesiiirt?. ijt.v :i i...- 4 . - , 1
m WtMy f,ne Means' .CJ,.cS SmalHv.od to Mis, Ilat J. Z "T J: .Ar f
ciwui. nv ij uui iw uu luuuu iii mu evuni-
.Frow the Fayellevillc Carolinian.
Rencontre. We regret to learn by
private correspondence from Wilmington
that a difficulty occured in that place a
few days ago, between Mr. Brown, editor
of the Chronicle, and Mr. (late lieutenant)
Edward Canlwell, in which; the lattci
gentleman applied a cane to the shoulders
of the former.
It was from a newspaper controversy
in which Mr. Cant well taunted Mr, Brown
with being a Northern man and hence en
tertarnmg anti-slavery affinities. Mr
Brown retorted by calling Mr. C. aSouth
Whether this, or something which has
not appeared in the papers, was the im
ONE of the cheapest papers ever pnb
iishcd.in this country, is isstird every
Saturday from the officoof the Merchant's
Day Book, at the very low price of
One Dollar a Year. -
IHE WEEKLY JOURNAL 18 jmaUe Upg
. 1 i 1 i " . r i . i H
rum me werrtnani a JLiay uook, anu con
tains all the reading matter of the six day's
issue of that paper.
Also, Prices Current and Bank Note
table corrected every weck Report of
he money and Produce market, and al
so the prices of all the leading articles of
Domctfic Dry .Goods,
With a general summary of the transac
ions in that branch of trade.
Tiie MehciiantV Day Book has ta-
!;en a bold stand in favor of the South and
Southern rights, and has been used in the
Senate by Southern Senators to show that
the views of the Editor upon, the Slavery
question were such as commended them
iot only lo the Southern people, hut to all
candid men everywhere. ' -
gproclamation is thereupon made at the
Rourt House door, for the said Shalling-J
Iton to appear and answer as commanflrd
ll ! a . mm WW J
mi cour.iy,on Monday last, Uol.f,r sa;t 8U!inmn: . nnfi .u (ls,;i
IJi Tl: I t . f J 1 i.v.i yi.wun ili
. ,ou, cu yrars. F.lefcndant not apPearing-It is ordered tr
In Ih.s county, on lhe Mil. ull. Mr.P,.c norl -nni; - , .
MX . Ft ..w v.v III 1 CUll L -"
-r... iiHUtfHiusii x i Lss anu ivaiej" : nu-
MaaNBBBMaBBBM y .
AilSt oj ' Letter Sj quinng the defendant Shallington to Dp-
Jtemaimrrj in the Post Office at Taboro the lsit-)ear 81 Uie next ?rm of our Superior
of April; 1830, wt.ich if not taken out brfore theRCourl ol Equity, lo be held in and for the
1st of July next, will be sent to the Ger.erajSC0,,nly of Nash.at the Court House ii
Tost Office as dead IettcTS ;
AtldnsonTheo Lane Patrick
Bryan Fred D
SDunn LS 3
Exum Eliz'h miss
Elain Mary miss
ins V eekly Journax. contains aJlGarvey Andrew J
. - mm
the reading matter of the ilcrcmnA-ICGrifTin Lawrence
Day Book. It has a large circulation inKGriffin Marg't mrs
tne northern btaies where its views uponKGardner John
the Slavery questionr-although consider-JIHarris John
i i ' . 1!.. .
Linn John 2
Madrey Micajah 1
Ncal Charles E
Peel ousan miss
Powell Martha miss1
Pippin Joseph Jr
Ruffin John -
Robinson Sarali mrs
Simmons James M
Sussdorff C F
Stinson John C
fNasJivillc, on the third Monday in Sep-
itcmbcr next, then and there to answer the
Witness, B. H. Blount, Clerk and Mas
ter of our said Court, at office in Nash
ville, the third Monday of March, 1S50.
B. H. BLOUNT, C M. E.
Price adv islO.
territorial ffovemmnnta fmm thn, ... . .r ; . . :l 1
CJ . , vmavw ft W I kllVi . rT III :i I ll.l m t N v jttx sm. - X- .-..a. . .
inirtorr: n ... . iar cause oj mo wey wc are not in-
r.-to....,. wnc containing, the Mor-Uormed. ;
u.wHCrriiory ol Desereto be called thel No
lerniory ol Utah; and the.otlfe
out of the Territory ol 3Sew
Statnn .Tn moo TVT
I. . trt ' - II ------ "uiv,g xA
led as extremely Southern have creatcdjjHcdgepcth Rich'd 2 Sugg P S Dr
h good deal of interest and are ; exertingljHedgepeth M B miss Thignen K
mucn innuence. The Southern pcopIeUHyman Louisa miss Taylor Irvin
ar invited to become suhsrrihprs " nfll!Hnrnf :T T tur' t . -
i..i .u n " -. . : "qZZ : . aiuer Lawrence
,cuu 5ir innuence to extend its circula-iHurscv J M
lion in the Slareholding States., .-HV- fcjones James -
tne papers in the Souther Stales areiKnicht Josenh .
r ' fnrqL' if j - s vo6,cA,vi,,vvw w.-ucri mis nouce'tovtbeiLiyon-tsennct T
fel1 his .n,ind r lhst he ?S?ent f nd-erid theirlLocus Temp, mrs
fj r fy tHwcejOci mejrreteT, ; they! 55
Williamson Jas S
Ward Atinis mrs.
Woolen Mansei "
WootenAVm v -
THE Subscriber will pay Fifteen Dol
lars per thousand for as many, as sixt
thousand white oak barrel staves, len
33 inches, 4i in width, to 1 inch tliiw
Iwith the bark taken oO" and sap on,and
uuiurwise .merchantable, delivered
Washington before the 1st day of
1850, and will pay reduced prices for nar
row staves. a. MORGAiN.
Washington, N. C, Oct. 24, 1S49.
v Osgood's India Cholagoguc.
DrlTFislar9 Balsam of Wild Cherry
Genuine Tlwmsonian Medicine
For sale by ; ' i f - Geo. Howard