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I Air. . it of WMbi...oa. Allow me u P,.n, yU miM i( ,b. r3u ir, "r "TT " thiV bending I. him . the same time fr.cs. 1. . V".''00: '"d ,he -nt of she coffi f W..hin-i... r " - "'ucea !,, had dun men w icjrunu ins ea- rred rem sirs of Washington. IVaaibcre any thing in (his incident T Was il, ss it had occurred to bin, a sad prenS of whet m lo tcorr.e of that great fabric which Washington reared? Us ihcn moved that the resolutions be nude the apecial order of the day for Tuea day p- I Mr. Rusk aaid he did not intend to discuss I base resolutions, but had simply rose to say that he regretted that the Senator from Ken. lucky rather unceremoniously should take oos hslf of lb State be represented, and give it as a puce (.(Taring to the spirit f encroach, msiit upon the constitutional lights of the South. When the question came up, he would undertake la prove that the Rio Cm unite was the true boundary of Tetas ; and that tins Congress bad no power without the consent of Teias lo divide her, or lo alter her limit. Mr. Foote eaid there was something in the resolution which declared it inexpedient to abolish slavery in the Dk'nci of Columbia ao He thnueht that no enmproinue was necessary. Tin. mn. J could be celled by allowing' territorial gov. eminent lo be formed for the territories, and ... wnnnoiuing ol any provision with regard to slavery. Mr. Cass made a few remarks about the circutnsmnces of the admission or Michigan into the Union. And then the resolution were mado the uprcial order of the day for Tuesday neit. a asa. p sss Aii Importer. At the request of the aggrieved Grand mother, we publish the following : A man of gentoel appearance calling h:m self Will, am Hampton, professing lo be from I anh, Louisiana, came into Ilia SUPERIOR COURTS. The Judges of the Superior Courts will ride the ensuing Spring Circuit in the follow ing order : 1. Rtlenton, 2. New hern, 3. Raleigh, 4. Hillsborough, Wilmington, 0. Salisbury, 7. Morgauion, Jmlgfi F.'li. " Bailey. " Mnly. " Bittle. " Si-tile. D.ck. " Caldwell. Fresh Garden Seed Almanacs for 1850, 5? fjMlIe b Tj.uowrns. SCf3 Examination. IJlHK vvilr Examination of ihe StuifenU of Hi- ,cbrur1f ar d continued to the 22d. 4 ue IjI Crlrf I -ttiilnai hf nn tl. C t iew n:ictC VALUABLE LAND '"ILL tit- soIJ at the Court House in Char lolte, on I he 3d Monday ul February nevt, (about the Hth ) if not previously dis- m pofer) of a Tract of Land, U lhe ItjJcfc mill u performed on llie nWn of the Ppcrly of K. Wither d.Vd., sit mtcd on the I mi rati? i.a Ol.. .i" L' t -a... -.'.i f . . Madison Vicinity of Milledgeville, in April last. Married, in this ola to. on ihn Sil. l- r. Mr Flcmming, Mr. CHARLES E. !PRATT MARGARET I.., daughter of JJ. Outes, Esa. Marri rl in ihij county, en Hi. I7ih nil., bv the Itev. R. . lifRtrtv. Mr. V VI II. ALEX t.NDf-'K to Mias MARGARET I. FLU VI Ml. K, all ol tins Thursday. I ha 2l.t of February, wwiiuai, j, JC.IO. tyjg f XTTL renin. i..k... - .i.- L-!-t.i .. . '-. ''Y i:n B - NciSiiuoniooo,Miir iiaiciiy LKWELLEN to M m umuc iiijiiy arqusiniances, amora; them a li'MiUfcKS very worthy Joung lady, Mi Mary King, whom ho addrrsd a d married. After remaining with hrr a him I thiee n.onths, pre. Notice. IfRlIE underused Commiuionera lo receive sub A, acnuiiona of Slock in the North Carolina ,il Koad (..m.panv. have opened Book, for Hint purpoae. e oi Jjinfa . Oburnc, Uaq . where p-r. mi ol siJiriv in (he accoqinlihmct,i nf ii, at the i fli soiiHde-irona Croat, i r.I.IZ A I . s ;w'"iiMimei'i ni mil yta '" " me opjoriu:iity ol uljrilin. . i II1VIII liilJI'j lit aur vii.e, tdi knewn on (hit waf not altogether suitable lo his views, lending to prepare to return to Louisiana, he That resolution might be ao construed aa to admit the power nf Congress to do an. Ho did not approve of the resolution about Tex as ; there was a bill now before the Senate to divide that Stale by the creation of a new sold her property amounting to nenr three thousand dollars. Docketed lha thereupon deserted her wi hout having given any intimation of such intention. As ihere are good reasons to believe thai I AIo. on the Sdh lilt . by John Waller. F.,n , Mr. M y. UliltH I'll to H,, KMU.Y m. Ht.ll). Alao, on the 6lh inal , hj tl.a Iti-v. Mr. Robr rt.on. K OSS " McCMACKKN- lo Ml" MARTHA A. Alao. on lha "ih iintant, l.y liin Re. II 0 Tun. nineham. Mr. JOHN C AIIKKNATIIV to Mi.a NANCY J li I.Y I'll E, all of thia county. Married, in Cabarrui count?, on the 3Kl ultimo. ' " Airaapairicn. l.o . nr A VHKn II : . , . . ... v . January LS, 6:,n, imvih pah k-s. joseph ii. wilson, John a yoincj. james w.osho.'.xr WILLIAM W. ELMS,' W. F. DAVIDSON. I0if Dissolution. one. hue he admired the protest entered this it not the first act of the kind he has KAUHEKN lo.M,.. H AUKI t r, oW t.r ol :jul. by the Senator from Texas, he though! it but been guilty of, the Grandmother conceives it Julln,lon. Uiq proper mat ip teaoiutions Mioutu be carelul- to tie her duty thus to hold tho nisn up lo ' M,rn d ly considered before discussed, (la lefcrred public scorn, and lo put it on its guard ai-uutst ' ,;cr rVr M Buaru against ainernn, of Favellovillo. I Mirriad. in r.h.r..,. . .Ln.., .... . i HaTY ifd .Marv ' C, k: i. re- . .. . . v-uii , uii .no nit nil ., ov i V . . . J ' t high, of fair com- Ihe Rt-v. V. (;. j i,r- vr li EN K Y f'ULI' in bf"r'1, on llle6lh in inf... A V V L I . . . l,.. n. .... r. Fayetlevillo. on lha Sli'i oil h, ih. Huxion, s eaton i;i.ks i a. lo Ihe action ol Concrete on Hie resolutions a recurrence of the like. K,iul ll-mr.. i.r V . . " yogmtr. to in.a maky A ,.f man .1... .. ... .,... u.ia k .1.. e l .1.,. i. v 7. ' ' " v , "ul" -"t - " ""wi "i iiuo name; is ratiier tiandsi mat oongreaa 11 an no power to aDn'iah slsv- Ins person, about six fe rw in 1 rial iJialrii!- 1.. 1. ... 11 i. ...... a Vi . 1 1 . '-"". "on, 11. ir, oiub ejea, about lurrily mias a.i.a t,, djujlitor of Mr. J ihn Mtlchcr. Mr. Clay replied In Ihe two Senators brief, six or seven ve irs of ane. In ..I ly and then Meeers. F.mie end Clay enntinu- sociable, and profuse with his money. ' ) ed Ihe debate upon Ihe na'ure and character ' Or K.litora ..f c ,1. ..j . f ih. ...loli..n. r IDM. V ,: . . r ".' "rounty.oo ll.e 8th instant. Mr. JOHN ' u jT .... . r ' '""i mn, miaaissippi, L,ou- I l-i.r.K. aad about Hi) yr. Th. deceased Mr. Mason said he was not willing that any , wana, and all others ho feel diap d lo aid I " ""phatically an ImnMt u n.t work one should be considered as conceding to the the cause of pub'ic mo-als will please notice : ' G,1 -Co"j"-'icti:o .if..w.i.ai. in u; inn orimor iroin i ue a oov e. noul htrn liervrd. Kentucky, lie regretted ihal a henntnr from a slavaholding Slate should have introduced ivr.k propueitiona. There could be no com promise where every concession was to be insde by one party. He was ;ed the Sena tor differed from Ihe admintsliation as to the j L 1.-1 .1 f . . L . I . a I ui.jvwia. iiBinii ui iii iiiv isiv inesnaea. Ho j ?"? Firm f Overman St Trot tat was thia day ! C&ML' I -'". uj niiii-niiuii. ; mMMxmmiirTtfyr ' i ne Actounla and li wk are in the hindnnfC. , Overman, v. ho i author zeJ to nmke ei!einent. i t". OVKRM N. I , J. THO ITER, i January I, IgjO. Qif Notice. waiersot Hie Suear Creek. 71 milra ,,,il,.,.f r Charlolle. on botli sides of the Nation Ford R iaii. joining ihe In d of Mm. S.iiarlt, I,. Spring, S. II. I lOMiotl anrinthrrn, crnt:iinin; ab.ivc 5t0 acrca, most. : lv vvw dlund, o iihin half a mile of ihe line of the : R nl Road, ni) in of exc. llcnl O'laliiv and rai.ka a- mnn n 1 1, :.. ?i . ' . ....... B .... ,,, ,,lr ,i. I(7T)0riio'iu, wirnj well adaji- j ted in ttie pioduct nn of Corn, Cotton, Stc. Ij Apphcathn eon be rnadn lo D Ler, nenr no .ienioe, or lo the surwmber ut 1 hen 1 oik li-lri t, s. C. U" t he terms will be liberal and ihe day of Sale. .... J wrniMRs, i:v. December M, I -it!). ,,), Sharon Acndeniv, 6 mil So utli ,f CTi.uloln . c. rlMIi!', 31 isinn of 1 1, in -0. Fchool i I i omiiii ni e MBii.y.i, 3J o Dcecin. ter next. itnivis j-eh stss oit or niniic r. TV r. utt-ijp aiilll.. n .i , .. - . ..o. J .M.iiograp.iy, Ketdinp and Vilf;, 00 ' I ' rccuvcd and fur ra:e by the sutwcr.Vr fciiClh t.ram,..,., Uvogr.phy, Anthcet.c j " ' h on hand and tor sale, Candle. IVc ard Rhetoric. JfJ 00 I '"'. ' "klcs, A.e. no nigiicr f.i!P!ih Brandico, f$ 0D l icik, i, aim ana rienili, Whigs and Democrats! i;i this. 1ITIACTIQ. ill APE I Prices the game as others!: ' E U, '? ";'l5"rs'2n;i havinr purchase i hit old stand l,ct',"r" Hotel which he kepi tor rrer.l yenr.) ,lt , pe,teM,.,der wiHi entire na ) it prepared to .cco.nmud.tei H ,ripnd, (ntm ne"ii l0" who "lled 00 bi,n "nile "P- AND To all aucli he lc,4 frratrful, which fcslin. w,L I locreancd, piovidtd they 3-k arr .ar n a tr nen "wvi.uui liL(ni:, on bunincaa or nl.a. mrc or paas through our fljur .t.imarv A. I .0. ih in triltape. J. D. UOYD. II 8 Oranges, Figs and la,c- 1 so month 1U cciita T. J. IIOLTON. ANY TIME WILL DO. The following incident is related by llioj Waahington Corretpotidenl of the Charles.1 Ion Evening News : L.ast week a certain convivial gentleman DHYMmGOODS CMMJRLEHTO.Y, S. Carolina. C. k E. L KEPd?IS0N UftK( to iiiiorm those Merchinta who buy for Km cash or cn v acci:ptanci--s ,i aio'hcra left my bed mid inataul. w i'.huut inv bimun 'I I. .o ..ii. .. r. 1 . .... lu.cnarii any one irom ere . .-. ... ii.juiut.ru, i(tj ln3tl a I cr dor. I ho Acadi-my is fa-. removed from scene, of vice and dm. Ij.aliun, the location lieau'iml and hcalihy, and the moral character of Ihe dilinf heron my account, aa I am determined lo nav i Vi re''""we" i'-l to all parents and punrdiana. in H.-hla F l.. ....... I :. . . . ' . " U lldc m I IT llf d HOIlht lhnrrn ...,...,r..l . .. 1. no tiuDis oi iter contracting alitr thia date. And i forewarn all pcrton fiom iiaibormg her, as ihe law will be r'fjorouhly enforced on all who mav do to. J. K. CAROTIIKR3. January 13, 1FS0. 3 r OThe Yurkn ie Mi'Cillany will inaert the above, three timea end forwaid accoui.t liiimcdiati lv lo this o:!!ce for payment. NEW TAILORING ESTA11LISII3IE.T. CA fU)LIA INN, I SS.iElLVTTi:. .1: C. rnUEaL-ve eflablishmcnt, aituated on Main -H. Strei t, iliird lot North of the Public Square. town ol 'Charlotte, has been constantly kejij by the primcul I'foprietoi, from the I ft of in the ti deflated the Senator w.a actuated by the no- J 1 no1' liero. bad engaged a clergyman blast motives in introducing bis nrnnnaiiion : : ,u u,lil" ni,n beaulilul lady. On the but he was surprised that such a proposition : 1 1 "M,""a morning 1,1a leverend gentleman ; BUick Una fep inp will prove wunhv of special t. should have been introduced bv a Southern : "" "" cerdotal robes, and repsinna In e?'"n- An eiaminatwo of the STYLES and t'KI. about fuatlivo i"' cl,"rch pxlicn'ly awaited ihe arms; of Senslur. As to Ihe resolution 1 slaves, it waa very well ; but where was the guarantee that il would ba ubaerved ' The Contii'ulion itself was disregarded nn (hat suhjct There were other propositions 111 the resolutions for which he could never vote. Mrv Datis, of Mississippi, said he had a different impression of the action of Cong-eas in I SU, about the abolition of slavery 111 the District of Columbia, from that entertained oa the o'ber aide. Mr. J). then read from lha Journal, to show that a res!u!mn declar ing thai the abolition ol slavery in the Dis Diet of Columbia would be dan-n.oa lv alt he candidates. He waited, however. i,i hours, and nrghl have stood at the altar all day, had lie m.l sent a message lo Ihe bride grown, who having -imbibed " rather Ion freely on the previous evening, very coully sent woid thai " any day next werk would doss will." The good naiured clergyman pnrooneu ins sight, and nnifted I he 111 lerdsy . rrnuMted. Their .tuck i- NEW. I. MifJE and W'F.I.I. AS. SOKTED; and will be aold at their Ubual LOW print. E .V E. L K ER R I ON. I VP OUTERS if JOnSERS, No. 209 north-west corner of Km,- & Market tU. yea- Knil.Koad Slorkliohlcraj. TVl)'n"E it hereby given lo Ihe North Cimlina Siocktiolders in the Charlotte and South C.ro I line Rail Roid Company, that payment of the 7 h f 0:n ar.d a ft in-talmenta oriivedollis each per .bare REMARKABLE PRESERVATION OF A i 71 'L' "r"' V-',' "' 7h " 15ih day 1,,,.. 1 umj u: April: ana iio ,I(K'- Ulhoiilhcljihdavor.M.y. ' ' I he Ir.ialnn (Pa.) Whig relates thai a hog ; I 0y M V mi JOHN A. KRADLEY, Tieaiuier. Feb. 6 I81O. j ( Ihe resolu- ' beloriBine m tieorco ll.iwer. of Allen town r .1.. c .... c L-.-...-I j 1 . . ....... v. ..i.i....... nun rvrniuiay nrpsnen nip w icC(.J,.n4!iy hurled uud.-r a Stack from the doctrines, laid down twelve years' r , , , , ., . , . . H i. , , , ' ."I raw in his yard, on tie U.h of October : a waa opposed !o several of the pro- j ' ' u" 1 p.iaiiions contained in Ilia retotmiiina. lie j Additional straw as thrown rn Ihe s'at k aw nn compromise in thrm. The roneeg. Ifrom time to tune, until the 21 h of Decern- sums were eM on owe side, lie could vote 'oer when the annual was found. Incredible for fin ea..liilinn mIii.I. J.U.aJ 1 1. .1 ! at it miV SnilfiHr fhn IwnT l,t.rl in Ihnl il.i A, A ....., ,l. .: .1-. . i ' a 1 1 . in i .,, ,?... il,; . . . rjMHE Subscribes have ansociatid 'h in.n Ives tj. ...w in iiiv iciiiiuiisi. iiiai i IOC- . ..,-. a.., iini' i.iini, pj l.in. 1. - .1 L I . . 1 . I C- ... Air.nl ili.w f. . r .rM..., ",.., J.. ... I 111 j ii imw nu uvvn nviw nno jiiuvfii uy 1 ne ootll II, ' " u " y '' wi9i n ueu and had been introduced in an amendment at ! ,l,e bog was losl it weighed 2.50 ; when taken ! the last aession by ihe other Senator from;0"1 " confinement n whs a mere skeleton,' Kentucky, (Mr. Underwood.) j riot weighing more linn DO or 70 pounds. In conclusion he wuuld tsy, that be would 1 At first it could not walk, but moved by accept of no compromise short of the M;s . j'hort jumps like a rabbit. When ffiired aouri line, lo be ea ended lo Ihe Pacific O h4 it would only take a Irtle wim milk,; casn, with a guarantee that aouth nf that 'vie ; bul gradually tta npprtite returned, mid it the institution of slavery was not to be inter- promises tnja abort 111111 to regain its former NEWJFIIUI. Trotter & Wriston. jell er, fur Ihe purpose of conductine the 'H1III, SUnSCRIUFPS have this ! day entered 111:0 a cn-parincrsiiip, for Ihe ro.r- poae n!'carrvire ..n in ihe TOWN of CuauLorra the ,TIi.oixo BisixEts in all in Ticy prnmisc that their work hluli be dune las'e ful'y, wiih dpa'ch ard arrnrriinp lo TIIK LATEST STYLE. Thoy will roceivc lha faahiuna regulnriy fnno the most reliable eourcea, and be prepared lo auil ihe I ... riiGiiii. ltoping to dfinerve, they si.licil a kim-a ol' ihe public paircinoge. 1 Call at Sraisun's new niiLDiro m per corner. JAMES HUIAN. U I.. KEA. Cha lolte Pept I jih 1H9: if. 9 undcraieiird would, therefore re tircl fll I u n. k a liberal patronage from thia, and arlj .iuirg vicini. tica. Il i e r purpose, hovinj; Ihn ue of a bui:d log euflicienily larje lo accuiuiii'id.He aomc 6'J or 7(t rtudent., to make n..t only a Eood, but a pcrmaneot null. ol. Srudenta will be choracd liom the ,,r cnierine and no deduction n.adc. cxci-nl in c, . f "W ' b-I , ,M,ir- j January, 1:1 u, ia. (,re,ei i,mPi for ,ie ,ccom. ITGood ltfardinp can be i b'ainrd .,1 $(3 per month : "loJllon r the Pub i-, and will conlinuc to be T. M. KIRKPA'IRICK 'rin-;.i, i kept open Ibr the ran e purpose. 11 1 - 1 1-v . . . . . ' 'ri... i." 1. r.. 1. .1... . . . . .1 ..-OUM.-U iicni iib netn enlarged and im. j proved lo a wry coi siderable eilent within the j lout two year the entire buiiitinr; is incoinpleta repair and is no contlructed that all the rooms 1 l,n..n U I .... 1...1.. I . ....... nuunuuui nyiu anu can oe ventnaied at plea- nine. The Sullcs are nol in'erinr to any beloneinfr lu any H.u.i'ar Eslabiu-lnninl in Western Norili Carolina ; and care will be Uken thai ihcy anal! aluayi. bo supplied with abundance of good grain and provi t.du-r and attended by faithful and expe rienced I losl b ra. The Subscriber will use every exertion to give satisfaction lo all who may patronize his Ilouae, and hesiiale nut to i-ay that, from ten yeara' ex perience he w ill he able lo keep up the accommo rlaiion at ihe Carolina Inn, in a style nol surpass. II. C. ALEX iXhl- II a..;.,....; November 1849. 4,f 'IMIEaubucrilierresprctfullv iiifbrins the conitnu. A. mty l l.rge that he is earn inj cn Ihe abuvo busincs in all its branches', and wiil thankfully re ceive all Jobs. r. that line, and execute Ihe same in any manner de-ired, cither in C ilf. Sheep or ,Mroc. cn. whole or halt binding-, r.r jn Ko. bossed Mu-lin wuh lull G.ll back, lie i. a.o enabled lo lurnoh l-oiirt Dockcia, oro'hor lilank B.inka. a va-icty of which he always keeps on hand, such as Day Cooks .... , ...... unuu.HK, Oily, OIC. iVfi AI.WAT.I ON be promptly atlenfled to Nov. 1C, 184J cd by any Public House in the interior countrv hand A large stock' nf Letter Fouls ; nd 1,8 ukes "l' opportunity lo relurn his cor 111; CAPER. ' I d'"' respects to a generous Public for past favors continuance of their can and Piiniin,. ItJ All orders addreiEnl in him t 1 .:n ",lfl respecilul.'y solicits a CEO .MOSTELLER. farad wiih. Nolhin shoit of this would be taken by him aa compromise. Mr. Clay explained ihat the resolution of I53-" declared that alsvery ought not to be abolished without the consent of Ihn people of the District and of the Stale of Maryland, and without a j ut compensation to the own ers. i also declared that the intermeddling by other Siatea to obtain tho abolition of sla very here, without this conaeni, would be highly d.ingerous to the alava Siatea. There was nit inconsiilnney in his action then and nw. As to the Senator's declaration that be would not accept of any Compromise un. less there waa a positive provision thnl sla very should exist in all lertiiory south of 30 80', ha had but lo aay a few words, lie ow ed 11 to himself and to lbs country to declare, that there misled no human power that could force him to vote for a measure to carry the institution of slavery into any territory now free, whether thai territory waa norlh nr euih of 30" 30'. No earthly power Could make him do so. Applause. We find fault lib our British ancsslors lor introducing tlsverv amnniMt u and h n..i .l..r..,.ni weight. FI.OCCINO A CHARGE. Iwiil. Potter, our newly appointed consul lo Valparaiso being compelled lo atay a few duja at Lima, Ihe ship wanting fuel, took rooms for his family at a hotel, and then walked nut to see the town. During bis ab sence Hon. Ili-nry Stephen Sullivan, iienhew Lord I'nlmerstoii, and BriCi-h charge lo in all ita various branches. And lliev v ish it dis. tinctly understood, thai all NEn WOKE and RE PA II! I 0 entrusted lu III em, will be promptly and faithfully c xecuted. S 'They respectfully solicit a sharcuf public pat ronsge. tlr-Atl 1I-..1. II' . Im . v-'r-r-n ... ,. j lu nn ma 11 aiiuaa 1 i.u al uigiil old 1 stand, npiosKu the Jail. JOSflFA TROTTER. M. L. WR IS ft N. i Feb. 12, 1 900 1 a f to Atr .tgi(lri;ma ,At;ulrui, Murklrnliurg co., S. (' , 10 mi.'rs no, rA of Vkarlttie. S. D WIAItl'ON,Pr.iN. iri. Riv II. II.CFNMNUHA.M. Rector. I nr. eleventh ."seion ol (!u Insti Final Notice. The Sjbsciibrrann the 1st nf November last, dis posed of their entire Slock 0 Mrchand i - u Mes- srs. hpia t St AHitou, w ho w ill continue business al ttie a me place- It is our wish In close our onl-tandinj business as 1 soon as praciicahlc, and would itn-es'ly ek all per. sons incVilcd to come Inrward iih..ut delay and nuke iym.-nts, a indulgence may not be exuecteil- , Tlo re are eNo many Accounts and Note" due V- j W. Ems niifivi ualiy, whieh remain unpaid, snmc of long standing ll is hoped that those in arrears : lo c.lln r of tl c uvo cunccrns, will make pr.unpl si t- ; licnim's, as ihe business mus! be closed- A- II. .Mar in will always be found lit Ihe Stora ' of Sprat t ft All son, who is duly author.!- d to make ; .v.i.vi.iii,.,. iciosen in a loiter, will receive one copv of this book, W- W. ELMS St CO- j by moil, or five copies will be suit f,r one dollar December 21, 1P4D. 4,v j Address, " DR. W. YOl'XtJ, N 1. 15-2 SPRL'CE St., I 1 1 1 1 1.. a in . 1. i n 1 v l ost paid. I I-TDll. YOl.'NU can be eonsullcd on anv of the ! Discsst-s i.'escrili; il in his H 1Tt....i r,.,i-i;D.'; ... LL persons are ...renamed trading for a Note his 1 iffi-se. 1.'2 SPRUCE street, everv day bilwccn ssavik 01 hnl tiven lo Bada;.-tt At King, fur Seven D and 3 o'clock. (Sund.iys ex 'i pi-d.) Hundred and Twenty-Five Dullara, dated the Slat I " - . of October, I - and due about the l-tof January, ltj.1l). As Ihe property for which said Note was oiv. DOCTOIt YOU SiSULF ! Tor ts.i cents! JY MEANS OF THE -D POCKET ESI UI.AP1 US,or. Every one his own Phy sician T TU-ENTT FjL'RTM cdi. ion, with upwards of a hun r 'd epjj-nvings. showing pri vue doe.-.s a in every shape arid firm, and mai'i nnations nl uif geni rativ.- sys'em, HY VV.M. YULNO, M D. 'I'l.o llr,... I,. , i-rvv.lj '"". a- iiuw urnvca, rz:r- ma- persons fi.H r:np from se cret dsensn, nerd no more he 'ime He victim or quackery, as hy ihe prescript.. is luiitait.cd in this book any one limy cue htmseif, wiii-.ul hti-drance In biisoi. ss. i.r the ki.uy le tpc ot ihe imil intimate friend, snd wi'h cue Imih the usu il e ei.t-o In addition lo the gent ril routine of privalu disease, it lu'H explains ihe cusn of manhood's cany d.clino, ni h observations i.n iiisrriajc besides many o'her di r.nif f-ir.cnls which il wuld not be proper to tun niciatc iu the pub'ic pnn's. JTAi y perton sendu.j; twt.ntt rtvit cpnts en- i palronoire and confidence. Df!OVEI"S can, at all times, be supplied with convenient and well enclosed lols, free of charge, and furnished with grain at luw prices. Jj'The Charlotte anil Camden SLagea arrive and .letmtt tTt-wcvkly. JENNINGS B. KERR. Oct. 18, 1S49. 5i,f Jewelry ! Jewelry ! ! fBl HE Subscriber has returned from the North, JS. a:id is now receiving and openinj a RICH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF Notice. Hi- has sele -.led his stock w ith great caie, and has purchased a MORE EXTENSIVE ONE, than has ever before been opened in this place. A mong his variety will be found Oen'ltmin and Indict Gold and Ai i,'cr L-vrr and L'pine si. SiJ. JJ, SS. J f'ol Chains and Kcis, Mcilaliinn, Fine liieust Pins, " Ear Rings, " Finger Kings, " llrace'els, " Hair Pins, Ladies Scissors, " Coral Necklace, " Thimbles, Spectacles, Pistols, Walking Canes Penknives, Tea Trays, Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Perfumery j Chili, arrived and took possession of Mrs. utinn commenced i n tin- 2 id Mo ,dy en h" P,ovc(i nnsoiind, I am determined not to pay Etcstorutioii & pt ncrvalinii of the a n n atsca R) 71. HILv.Sl.,I VirSiuin. naiuin w rue 11 was mused, lie then gave from all e.uses of diss bun a sound caning, mid every body said it of the Statu. served hi 111 right. o. ..arohman. in January as!. 11111 it i i .,,.. i.... 1 " " i"i'i u u ui iaw. P.illsr'. IntilmAnla in.l .tr..n.l ll... I..1.. . .l....-.. ..1 ih. mt.nt'. ..i.llni..un 'PI... .. I' . .. E. ELMS. of her rn,,..... Tl... I..;,..,, :......l ... dies adopted is such aa to prepare minils fur ad in is. I I'eeembtr ., 1:4). 4 I 232! Mr. P., ,. called upon puppy for expl,. ; ' , ' . ' r' fTNntlOO. i ifl - ON. fi,,d.,,g ,. .t;,e,her pssi. .,.,.u i i-f - . - . . . U'C io aurna uecscnai.v lo tl.e pre.it nunihrr ialian.as any in this section IJ-ftERSONS indebted to U. M St K. C. Robinson nl 'rt"'.v -!pl'f ari- n- Irom all wcti-n-ot 'he Cinn lot t JL are notifi'd that Ihe firm was dissolvrd on the 1 ""!,r l;,ni'iiv or IJildncis. and lor their celchralcd I f I HIS. j 18th of September last. Persons interisted will ,,AI" " '-N . have 'mind it 'icces-ary tu p,oint Doardinf, includine washinu, fuel anil lights. f ctune forwaid sod sett'e bv Ihe 1st nl' .T.,n,..ru n,i ! Otneial Tiar-elling Atrent. to visit ilifT rPm .-iti... LETTERS TO THE PRESIDENT. j per nionlh, 5 and tG ! R. Mi &. R. C. ROBINSON, i "d ow n tliMughoui the United S-at. . vevtinjr niin . Some crackbrained, senseless nincompoop.! I lUIIOIt. Nov. 2S tlJ of Raltiinnre, who claims lo be a descenilanl ; "M"nr- """"'' "t "'". "d j e i i . , t.eueranhv, per session ul 5 monitis, 8G 1 of one of the revolulu.nary patriots of Mary - Alcebrs. I'hemi.try, Natural Phiio,0,.hv. Rhc i loric, jjoic, v. i.ino, dim to wnom eviuentty Out n smail share . of comm. in sense has descended, having writ-! Lti" and Oreik Languages, ten In the P.esident upon the suhj-ct ol slave-1 Fcb ,2' ,?5U- pou tba suiij ry, and rocetvd no answer, now ventures a 12tf $7 $10 u wars iikc blame lor bains inslrumenlu i ..w .ml niimil. mi.rli ...,... I..,.. nl. .i.u. :. ; . e . i 1 '. 1 uucing ii inio vaiuurnia or any o ncr . common sewar le uthin in mi ire territory. It waa his opinion that sis-! Raleigh lirgittcr, iy inu not raisi m any portion oi tne lern- lory acquired from Menco. lie thought Ins proposition infinilely belter for Ihe South than lha Missouri compromise, lis leurei. nglon Vinan. COUNTERFEIT (I OLD COIN. We hsv heou h iwn a cnuiilorfuiti d half-ea gta taken bv one ol our banks, j he deception MEN WANTED To Truv-I aa Agriite for tbc History of the Mexican War. lIIE subscriber is now publishing the Histnry nf wA, ttie II-..11A W A It, including liingraihical , , i . -- JJi" .nril B1 tllio III our uai'ns. I cm deception S " -......-.. - r ... in. inuiij; i.i.'griifiiiicat tea Ihe premature discussion f tho subject. I , C(Jlllp0 ,ht oo one can j ,HC of ihe true ' sk"" :l"-' of the livea oi Oeu.rai. Tavhos, Scott, ir. vt9tut MiM.Mipti, rrp: ij, and iitid , value of Ui f com with ul b .ih wnghing hihI -Notice SS hereby givun to the North Carnlina SiockhoM e s of the Charlotte and South Ca oltna Rail Road Company, lint the 5ih and lith ins talmer. Is, fiva doilars on the (hare, of the stock of the said Com. t pany will be rtquired on the lal of December snd January next, and an cariust appeal is made lu all j delimiting stockholders, lo pay up their arr. irs, as llic company is largely in ucui to contractors. Ity order of tee li iard, JOHN A. BRADLEY, Treasurer. Nov. 19, 1:4.). HstJ ne had never proposed io institute slavery soum ot 30' air. Ail be asked was, that outb of thai line the suhject waa not to be touched. Mr. King regretted that any feeling ahould "ve been shown in the debate. Ha waa sal find that ihe Senator from Kentuckv had bean actuated by the best motives in oiler ing bii resolutions. There were several propost Itone contained in them which he could never omit nr racogniae. Mr. Clay replied to Ihe Senator. Mr. Rusk, after alluding lo the subject of Ihe boundary of Texas, eaid heaaw no good resulting from tho introduction of ebstract Jolulinns. Ha thought Ihe matter could be settled belter by coming to a direct vole on some practical question. Mr. Downs etpressed himself opposed lo the resolutions. ... , Mr, Berrien accorded lo the Senator who introduces (bete resolutions the noblest mo. iee in doing ao but he did not wish to have " '""erred from hie ailenca that he could ac quiesce in the reaolu'iona. goiiotng i(. 1 rom i s n-pearanre alter being broken in two, we shou d judge that about one third is pine go'd and the real alloy. Halt. Put. THE SPANISH CONSUL. President Taylor has dismissed the Span ish Consul at New Orleans, Don Carlos D l'i pane, for hia connection with the Key all'air. The Spanish Minister thinks his Government w ill be surprised at thia, ufler the acquittal of the Consul, but cnnsentsto the right of the President to discharge him. Mr. Clayton explains this expulsion to rest on Ihe results of the trial of aaid Consul, which must im pair his us'efuliiese if continued in office. "THE SONS OF WASHINGTON" la ihe title of new secret society instituted at Wilmington, Del., on the lal of January. Its objects embrace the freedom of public lands; the equality of man ; combinations to advance the interests of labor, aa well oa ben eficial conaiderationa for those who avail themselves of the key of the order. WoaTH, Wool., Tvvtuos, Suiti ng, and several others of ti e most riiitingotshcd fli -era illustrated with numerous Portraits and Eiijrravinps, tVMi .w 'ts'fl r'iTi )f ? wn Attorney for I'i OM-mliiig Claims ut the City of WHsIiiiiston. f HE Subscriber undertakes ihe col lection, settlo. mcnt and adjustment ol all minner of claims, vu.n aiiiunriiy u sppoiut sob njm!.-, use and vocd the 11 lir 'I'.uiic. and tn apply the I! ES Pi iR ATI VE and Input litem into Ihe ba'i.cls m thoso he mav ap point t i operate wherever a sulli ie .t i. umber of pa licnis in anv town rncitil.hnrhuc.d shall t e olitaincd. Ca;.t. GKOKOE CALVERT, ot F-.-nq n, r county. a , is alone nmho-izjd lo act as General Travel. ing Aj;er l, with ihe po.vcis abuve indicated. Cap!. C may bo ex u eted lo visit, aa speedily as practicable the principal cities ai.d lottns of the I' ll ion. N. I). Cup'. Calvert will always have on hand a full supply of ihs 11 V I li TONIC (hich cl anses the head of dainlruft", strenglhens and rnvjr naies the hair, and prevents I', also, from failing oti',) for the region of country must contiguous tol.ts opera, ti ins, or it m iy always be ob'ained.at wholesale, and torwarcl. d to unv part ol tho Union, by address imj the piopricturs, M. WISE &. SON, Uichmc lid, Vb. ITPrice $9 per d. z n cash. Six bottles for $5 nr one dullar Mi.ole In tile. A number of intelligent and enterprising men f -r0U"1", or demands against the government of the j food character are offered profitable employment in lnlicd states, or any Eore.ifrn State or countiy : bo- circulatinj by subacriptinn Ihe above wot k in Meek- t ,0,e t'or"""'-'ioners, before Coniircss, or before any j lenbure county, aud other counties iu Ihe Stats of , ol '" 1 K Prunenis ai asumgion. persona in arrearj lor taxes, are called on bv afA this notice lo discharge a public duly which they owe to their country, themselves and me, by making immediate payment. Especially would 1 claim Ihe atlemiun ul those perrons owing poll ta. , T. N. ALEXANDER, ShfE Pocember 1, lfr-lD. 4,v. N- B. I donl like to trouble a clever fellow for a poll tax, and the man that pavs without a dun ia al. waya clever. , " j- A 83-Notice. North Csrolini Ths terms, which are liberal, will be given on ap plica'ion to the subscriber, post paid. This work will never bo sold in the Book Stores, but exclusively by Agents, at a reasonable snd uui furrn price. II- MANSFIELD, Book Publisher, - 124 York Street, New Haven, Connecticut. Iaborntorr of Tliompsoniaii Itotn. lie TIEDICl.'VES. F.PIIKAITI LARItARCr, No. 24 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, Pal.TlUORK. HAS Ihe "largest Botanic Establishment in the United States, and has always on hand the most completo assortment of pure Botanic Mediclucs, in bulk or put up In neat 1 and ) lb. packages label led with directions suitable for retailing. Also, Ihe various Tinctures anJ essential Oils, with a full ss. eorment of Bolsnic Msdicrl Works.Syrinees, Stc. Fob. 9, mo. U6 The procuring of patonls. Army and Nav? Pen. sions, the collection of accounts against the Govern ment, all Laud Claims, and every demand or other business of whatever kind requiring theprumpt and clliecient seiyices of an Attorney or Agent. A residence of fourteen yeara at tin Seat or the Federal Government, with a thorough and familiar acquaintance with the various systems and routine of business at the difTercniOflices, as well aa in Con gress; added to his free access lo lha ablest legal advisers, if needed, justifies the undersigned in pledg. ing the fullest satisfaction and tho utmost dispatch lo those who may entrust their business to his care. Being well known to the rrealer narl of the chitons of this District, snd to nisny gentlemen who have been members ol Congress in it is deemed useless to extend reference. Communications must be prepaid in all cases. Charges or fees will be regulated by the nature and extent of the business, but moderate in all cases. Address, II. C. SPALDING, Washington, D. C. Nov. 30, 1849. 5tf. AND A VARIETY OT FANCY GOODS, PHTED WARE, SOLID WARE, SILVER PLATED CASTORS and CANDLESTICKS, &.c. StS. All of which he will dispose of on accommodation- ierms. lETtiiold piirclinsctl. THOAJ AS TROTTER. Charlotte, 0:t. S.1P49. 49tf Taper, Type, Presses, &c. 'IHE subscriber AGENTof JNO. T.WHITE, -B. 7pt Foundir, and ol'R. HOE St CO. i'rinf! ing Press Maken is prepared lo aeil every ar. tide in the Printing Line at New York prices and has cor.tantly on hand a largo stock ot Piititing Zrlatt'rials of all kinds. Printing Ckfice furnished complete on same terms us in New York. ANo, Jut received and for sale at the lowest prices 25011 reams of Cap, Letter, Commercial Folio Post TAPER, American, French, En- glisn Blue Laid. SOUU reams of PRINTING PAPER of all kinds aud Z!8. Also, Book Paper, medium and double medium. 5U0 reams of assortedfmedium glazed and plain, Envelope of best kinds, and Wrapping Paper. ALSO, ' BI.ASli CARDS, Printers, India, Salin Surface Enamelled and col ored. Also, thick Cards for Rsii Road Tickets. ALSO, 1'i iittiiig Ink of nil kinds. The subscriber is also Agent for Papr Mills and can supply Printing and Willing Paper of all kiniia at lowest prices. JOSEPH WALKER, 101 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. Nov. 3. 2-tf (Ji-Notice IS hereby given to those Stockholders of the Char, lulte and South Carolina Rail Road, wilin am in uy gentlemen wno nave .,. i,. : j i ', . in the la.t twelvj years, s u B ""'gence cannot be given nd this notiey KinTr ! " DW " - Nov. 30, 1849. JOHN A. BRADLEY. Treasurer of the Board. 113 JOB PRINTING MEA71.Y EXHUU TKD at thi$ Office. Vor Camden and all ttaeiutcrutc diat landings h tho river. rTHE new Steamer RO JL BERT MARTIN.buill eipresslr fur lha navigation ot llic Ssutee and VVateres rivers, to be command, ed by Capt. W. M. Lubbock, will be ready to re ceive Freight on or about the 8ih inst., and will leave with despatch. Shippers of goods may re ly upon receiving them with as little delay as by any other conveyance, and at as equally a lew a rate of Freight. The Boat haa been so construct, ed, that with the aasisiance of her Lighter, she can run at almost any stsge of ths rivers. Her cabins have bean handsomely fitted up for the aa coiiimodation of Passengers, snd no pains will be spared to render satisfaction to all who may favor her with their patronage. For Freight engagements, or Passage, apply to STARR Sl WALTER, Agents, Boyce St Co's wharf Charleston. P. F. V 1LLEFIGUE & SON, Agents, Camden. Nov. 9, 1843. 8-1 m.