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NORTH CAROLINIAN. Win. H. Uayne Kdltor ana Proprietor. THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION. Widnesdat, Febi 20 In the Senate, after the presentation of a few petitions, Mr Davis, from the committee on m the Pacfic ocean, and forever hereafter prohibit i except the one mak minister9 respon9 iblc to slavery north of 36 30 ndtatahlish it south of . the King faaVe upon by the cham. mat line. He said that the south had often ex- bers, and the King had taken a solemn oath to pressed a willmgness to leave the decision of the ( 9Upport the constitntinn nnthefith. Theimme- fe,W l0eTVOn l? decisien of the Supreme Court of diate consequence wasarise in the fundJf and great ill- ; the United States; we have voted again and again, rejoicing in Berlin. MARRIED, In Wilmington, Mr George Owyer of &. Y., and Miss Eliza M. Mcllhenoy. DIED- INfLuKKzA AND CONSUMPTION Ii is indeed a melancholy truth, that thousand's fall ictim to consumption from no other cause than negcet FAYETTEVILLE, X. C. 2, 1050. j tary affairs, reported a bill to increase the rank he said, to carrv it to the Supreme Court, and i , . , have been denied; and we stand now where we have always stood, upon the Constitution. He believed that there was hope in a committee, V. B. PALMER Is our Agent for obtain ing subaerlbers and advertisements i" New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. NEW OFFICE. A new post office has been established at Mr McCrimmon's in Robeson, named Dundarroch. which means in English Oak Hill". Mr McCrimmon is postmaster. THE NEW YORK RESOLUTIONS. We refer the reader to these resolutions in to day's paper, and particularly to the remarks of the Charleston Mercury accompanying them ; and more particularly to the last resolution, and the Mercury's remarks thereon. The Wash ington Union says that on analyzing the vote, it is found that the resolutions were passed almost entirely by whig votes. As con firmation of this, the Albany Journal, a free-soil whig paper, says, " our whig friends have done their duty faithfully." and file of the army, and to encourage enlist ments; which was passed over. After the disposal of some private matters, Mr Clemens of Alabama, made a speech on the slav- and he was willing to commit the subject to a committee. Mr Butler again spoke against appointing a committee at present. Mr Badger said he was entirely in f.ivor of Mr Foote's proposition, and he was at a loss to see the evils that were to arise from it. Mr Berrien felt some difficulties in regard to raising this' committee at present, and hoped that other countries would have brought condign Mr r oote woultl agree that the subject should punishment uoon trnm H fnr or, i ue aeierreu nil to-morrow. The Rhine has overflowed it banks, and done great damage to the adjacent country. ROME. ery question, and a smart debate followed, which we may report hereafter, if anything interesting shall appear in the report. In the House, several bills were reported, and a few unimportant matters passed upon. Mr Stevens, et Pennsylvania, then spoke against sla very. He said the southern members had preach ed treason and treason in the Hall, such as in ANOTHER HEAD OFF. 'Mr John N. Dorr, for many years Postmaster at Lumberton, has been removed by the present "Dynasty," and Dr. Barnes appointed in his place. We only wish they would "keep the mill agoing," and change all round. CO The marriage notice sent u- from Sampson county, not having a responsible name attached, will not be published. BIGAMY. We published a few weeks ago the marriage, in Goldsboro, .f Lt. John H. Heck, U. S. A , 3d artillery, to Miss Mary Anders. Yesterday's Wilmington Commercial contains a card from James Matthews, stating that said Heck has a wife and children now in East Flori da. If so, the army mut be purged of such a wretch. N KW YORK. Feb'y 27. Sales of C otton were made to day at. i decline since the arrival of the steamer. Western Flour 4 (. Rice steady at 3 1-2 Corn hart declined: mixed mid yellow 57. Kio Coffee 15.V. Tobacco has improved. G-See firxt pag for a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, from a merchant of Liverpool, containing un answerable argument against protective tariffs Telegraphed for Charleston Mercury. New Ok leans, Feb. 24. Th sales of cotton to-day amounted to 5000 bales, at previous prices. Mid dling, llf. Tin decision in the celebrated Gaines case was delivered this tnormnr in the District Court, by Judge M cCaleb against Mrs (iaines on all points. Judge McKin ley declined delivering the decision oti ac count of disagreement with the other Judge The case will probably be carried to the Supreme Court. GREAT UNION MKETING. New York, February 2.7. The meeting ol the friends of the Union, held at Castle Garden to-niht, was at tended by a large concourse of people, numbering ten or twelve thousand. Mav or Wood Uul I presided. Gen. Scott was among those on the platform, and was re ceived with enthusiastic cheers. num ber of speeches were delivered, all breath ing the most devoted attachment to the Union, and in favor of some compromise by which the subject of slavery may be amicably anil forever settled. It is variously estimated that there were from six to ten thousand persons assembled. serving the compromises of the Constitution, but if he had had any part in forming that instru ment, he never would have agreed to them. Several other speeches were made, and the House adjourned. Thursday, Feb'y 21. In the Senate, Mr Seward presented the anti slavery resolutions of the Legislature of N. Y. These resolutions will be found in another part of this paper. They were referred to the com mittee on territories and ordered to be printed. Several resolutions of inquiry were adopted. A bill granting a pension to the widow of Genl. Worth was referred to the committee on pen sions. Mr Miller of New Jersey, then took the floor for the balance of the day, and made a long speech on the slavery subject. When about halt' through his speech, the Senate adjourned over to Monday. In the House, some discussion took place on a bill to allow soldiers of the Mexican war who have received bounty land, to dispose of it by " last will and testament," instead of letting it go to the next of kin, as the law directs. No vote was taken on the bill. Mr Bissel (an Illinois democrat bah) made an anti-slavery speech. Among other trashy re marks, he said, he for one was for compelling the south into submission, if she rebelled against the Union on account of the non-extension of slav ery. fever;l other speeches were made on the same subject. A private bill from the Senate was passed, and the House adjourned till Monday. Fikk in Bladen. A correspondent of the Aurora states that a Hani, containing about 2,300 bushels of corn, together with all the fodder, stables, wagons, carts, farming utensils, 5 mules and 2 horses, belonging to John G. Sutton, Ksi, were consumed bv fire on the night of the 15th ult. loss about g3, 000. It was the w in k of an incendiary, as yet undetected. Commercial Death of a Bishop. The Rt. Rev. Benedict Joseph Flaget, first Roman Catholic Bishop of Louisville, Ky-, died on the llth inst., in the 87th year of his age. Corn is selling at Macon, ('Geo.) at 8J cents, and the supply is by no means equal to the demand. By the Atlanta Intelligencer, we observe it is quoted at 50 cents per bushel in that place. Courier. Brevet Lieut. Col. Wade, for the U. S Artillery, died, at Fort Constitution, Ports mouth, N. II. on Tuesday 12th inst., and was buried with military honors on Thurs day An Equestrian, named Win. Kelley, fell dead from his horse in the ring of Stokes' circus at Franklin, La. on the 1st inst. He belonged to Patterson, New Jersey. Mississippi. We learn from the Jack sonian of the the 7th instant, that the re port of the Committee on Federal Rela tions from the House, was adopted by the Senate This report places a quarter of a million of dollars at the disposal of the Governor, in the event of certain contingencies. Hon. Jefferson Davis has been re-elect- a le ed United States Senator by the Legisli ture of Mississippi for sjx years, from tl 4tn or iviarcn next South Carolinian. Rumored -Appointments. The Presi dent Has appointed the honorable Luther Severance, formerly a member of Congress from Maine, commissioner to the Sandwich Islands. He has also appointed Charles Polk, for merly governor of the State of Delaware, collector of the port of Wilmington, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late P. Brobson. Baltimore Patriot. Monbay, Feb'y 2."i. In the Senate, the usunl routine of the recep tion of petitions and memorials, and their refer ence to appropriate committees, occupied the morning hour. Mr Foote then moved that his resolution de claring it the duty of Congress to establish ter ritorial governments for California, Deseret, ai.d New Mexico, be taken up, and referred to a se lect committee of six members from the north and six from the south, and one other to be chosen by the 12. The Senate agreed to tjke up the resolution. Mr Turney of Tenn., then made a statement, correcting some false impressions put out by the National Intelligencer, in regard to the position of Tennessee on the slavery -question, showing that the Intelligencer had taken a onesided part, endeavoring to prejudice the public agiinst the Nashville Convention. Tie said that the peo ple of the State, he believed, would be represent ed in that Convention. Mr Foote's resolution was then taken up, and Mr Hale, the fre-soiler, offered an amendment to it in the form of an instruction to the commit tee to attach the Wilmot proviso to the bills which nny be reported; and the further consid eration of the subject was postponed. Air Foote made his usual motion to admit the ladies to the floor of Senate, but objections were made, and it was not passed. Mr Miller of New Jersry, then resumed his speech on the slavery question. He having con clude d, Mr Foote moved that his resolution be then taken up and referred to the committee of thirteen. He said it would not interfere with any other resolutions; and he did hope that this committee, if appointed, would, in the course of ten days, report some plan by which the present unfortunate sectional dilliculty would be ar ranged, and the business of legislation resumed. He did hope, if no one had objections, that the resolution would be referred, and the committee appointed. lt was then agreed to take up the resolution. Mr Butler, of South Carolina, said he was most decidedly opposed to the course of Mr Foote. He would prefer that all the speeches which Sena tors intend to make upost the question of the ad mission of California, the exclusion of slavery, &,c, be made before the subject is committed to a committee. He wished to send the case to the jury only after all the arguments had been heard. Mr Foote said he was sorry that Mr Butler did n.t agree with him; but he (Mr Foote) could tell the gentlemin that if nothing was done this week, he firmly believed that circumstances would occur that would render all compromise impracticable. He spoke from a knowledge of facts, and upon his honor, he be lieved that unless the Senate took some action this week, the subject would pass beyond the jurisdiction of the Halls of Congress forever. Mr Foote went on at some length, advocating action on his resolution. Mr Clemens desired to know how the committee was to be appointed. Mr Foote said he was willing that the southern democrats should choose three, the southern whigs three more; the northern democrats three and the northern whigs three. A considerable debate here arose upon the different topics con nected with the reference of the resolution, and the raising of the committee. Mr Walker said that he understood Mr Davis of Mississippi to demand as a right of the south, that if slavery was to be excluded by act of Con gress, from all territory north of 36 30, it should be by the same act specially authorized in all territory south of that line. If such was the claim of the south, he cared not how many com- j mittees were appointed, or how they were sworn, or how long they deliberated, they could never bring in a bill that would pass the Senate. Mr Davis said he did say (and he thought the proposition a reasonable one) that if no plan could be devised, and the north were determined to insist upon the exclusion of slavery, he would be willing to divide the territory by act of Con gress into slaveholding and non-slave holding, by extending the Missouri compromise line to The Senate accordingly edjourned. In the House, a number of petitions were pre sented and referred. Mr Bowlin of Missuri, tried to introduce re solutions declaring it the right and the duty of the government to construct railroads over the public lands to connect distant sections of the country, for commercial and other purposes. The resolutions were ruled out of order. Resolutions were passed directing the commit tee on territories to make certain inquiries in re gard to the best plan of inducing emigration to Oregon territory. Mr Sibley of Minesota, presented a resolution providing for a military force for the protection of the frontier. Mr Giddings presented two petitions from citizens of Pennsylvania, asking a peaceable dis solution of the Union. On the question of the reception of these petitions, only S persons voted to receive. No other business of interest was transacted. Tuesday, Feb. 2G. In the Senate, nothing was done, that body having agreed to go into executive session, and then adjourn, to attend the funeral of General McNeill. In the House, Mr Burt reported a bill to in crease the rank and file of the army. Ordered to be printed. Mr Miller addressed the House an hour on the slavery question. It was then announced that the Senate had ad journed to attend the funeral of Gen. McNeill, and tke House followed suit. Victims ed colds, yet we find hundreds, and thousands., who trea sucn complaints witn the greatest indifference, and let. I them run on for week, and even months, without thinking i of the danier. A t first you hare wfm t.A consider a In this Town, on Tuesday evening th! I9th j slight cooghoreold: you How business, pleasure, or car ult , Mrs Isabella Mclntyre, relict of the'.l..te Jas. lesness to prevent you from giving ft any attention; it MrTntvre in the 71d veir of her ae She lived I -n fn foiJ tret. you become oae -Save. MCintyre, in ine ja year ri ner a0e. one uvea p1Dain th side or ehet. expectorate Urge quantities of a cuiiaisiciit misiKiii iru uitu j'-- . umvicr. prrn.ipa mixcu 'itn oiooa; a aiincultyoi breatbing. CJckI and all the world ensue, and then you And yonr own foolifb neglect bas . t no.l ..1 r.r.noo- t OrOUEbt on thi. ninnlaiTit If. then, tun vulil. ,Mir lif n . n ri i ii it i nri f-iiv n i i 1 1 . 11 1 iiil. u i ii i . . - . ... . j - It is now stated, on authoritv. that the Pnn r ,v, 1.." n " iv.n fV.ll f the IT. I I', l' ?a in time, and don t tnna wUb your mf ----- .... . v, l( junj;,f Utll, (UU1I " 5 Jl IfUKl Q J,tf is aoout to return to Rome almost immediately. ' S. Armv, aged bt years. the 21 at inst., oi ry- . V. " -l.sam or vilu ihljiki, wnicit mediatelv nnvnr. v..i . i . . i . .. i - . . .. n . i ! ii ii .it .r. ir.i...i. . . . . . ..winnn ir : s ... It is believed that the Spanish garrison would in Kooeson county, on t.,e '! 'n"-'? iawell evacuate Rome on the arrival of his Holiness. C.1!? by " rw. , , . - j luujui uiiuiMr y v a a man ui c.t cucm ine r rench have fortified and occupied several trank and -enerous in all his intercourse. He strong posts on the coast. Architects have been j is lamented bv a l.irge circle of i lations and friends. In Wilmington, on 02d, Mrs Susan H. wife of Edward D. Hull, aged 23 years. es , For influenza it is the best metrieiji ia (The World ordered to prepare the palaces for the Pope's r.egaie. , ' , , j In New Hanover countv, Mr Arthus Cies, I he escape of Madame Kossuth, and the fact need 5. i of her having joined her exiled husband, are confirmed. The extradition is nearly settled. one is genuine aniens nignwd1 J, Wrapper. BUTTS tn Forsa're in Fayettevrile, by S. J. HINSDALE". L.ate From Europe. The following is the poetry which elicited the ire of the abolitionists and caused them in solemn conclave to denounce its author, as noticed in our last, under the head -;anaticism can go no further." THE UNION BY LONGFELLOW From the ''The Seanide and Fireside. " In prces by Tick nor, Reed & Fields. Thou, too, sail on, O Ship of State ! Sail on, O Union, strong and great ! Humanity with all its fears, With all the hopes of future years, Is hanging breathless on thy fate! We know what master laid the keel, What workman wrought thy ribs of steel, Who made each mast, and sail and rope, What anvils ran, what hammer beat. In what a forge and what a heat Were shaped the anchors of thy hope! Fear not each sudden sound and shock, 'Tis of the wave and not the rock, 'Tis but the flapping of the sail, And not a rent made by the gale ! In spite of rock and tempest roar, In spite of false lights on the shore. Sail on nor fear to breast the sea! Our hearts, our hopes, are all with thee; Our hearts our hopes, our prayers, our tears, Our faith triumphant o'er our fears, Are all with thee are all with thee ! ime of his death, a local rel ition. COMMERCIAL RECORD, 575 2t OFFICE OF THE F. &: W. P. R. COMPANY. One Fliimlrrrl T Iwiror In Raleigh, Mrs Ann White. asr?d S4. .... t , ..... a- in Wilmington, n the 2711. k el v. the Rev , ,i w--.it m i'Luie UoE.t. betw-n Miirrhin'a F, iorv "TlLiar-K Unr : i n.i. . " ? t i . 1 . - i . it i-nnorn l-.. AA..x. w.- uC..ua tun- , a n..ltlve ot- Marion District, S. C, but for sev- -March J: v-- r.igni cotton nas fluctuated, and, alter various eral years a native of Wilmington. Mr Muggins alterations in price, the market settled down to ! wa9 formerly a member of the S. C. Conference the ouotatm.. ner F.irm,,. vi Orleans ti of tne Methodist E. Church, an.! sustained, at - r --- -Jthetii it upianu . oaies oi me iwo vveeKS reacneu 99,500 bales, of which -20.000 American were taken on speculation. The cotton market is depressed. Flour is not much inquired for, and prices have fallen from Is to ls6d per hbl.on good brands. STORE VOU ttEN'i. I f.1 1 K T TX. 11 1. 1. K. Arrived, March 1st, steamer ROWAN, Cpt The Crick Store. 4 ifoor from the Markt Square, on fJi!le i.- tr.- t. lati ly oecupiod by Sampson & Worm as I lutliiiiji Ktor . Arp'y to j"rrsr:rn attet March 2. 18'k). 575-tf FAMILY SCHOOL. A Family School for ehartru of Mr and Mrs Hardin, will be opened at their Hurt, with goods for J G T 13 Lash, S W li i 'V'.Thu JZVlV1"'-w ?r i1? T TV... 1,.- Tr ii c ii ii 4 hi m rn next. 1 his place (formerly tho suromar nest f the Hon". I ISajlor, H dl &. Hall, C A Mc McM lllan, Louis D. Henry ) has always been remarkable fof Its al Grimsley. Liles & Co, JT Pope Si Co, T liar- j lubrity. The sitantion is elevated and beautifu'l. and the Cotton market quiet. More activity in provi sions. Depression in the money market. Opening of Parliament, Riots in Paris. Greece blocka tied by the British fleet Halifax Telegraph Office, Saturday, Feb. 23 9 J, p. m. The steamship America arrived a few minutes since from Liverpool. She sailed thence on the tUh inst. ENGLAND. Both houses of Parliament were opened by proxy on the 31st ult., when the speech from the throne was delivered by the Lord Chan cellor. Intelligence from Ireland is still more heart rending. Cultivation seems stagnant, and trad ers are more depressed than in the first of her sufferings. The tide of emigration to the United States has again set, but, unfortunately for the people, this means is not left now to escape from local tyranny and destitution. The. neighborhood of Liverpool has been visit ed, during the days of Wednesday, and Friday, with the most severe storm encountered since 1S39. The loss of the S. P. Whitney, of New York, is reported to have occurred in the gale. Another expedition in search of Sir John Franklin has been resolved upon. FRANCE. Serious disturbances in Pmris. On and since Monday, Paris has been in a state of siege in con sequence of a series wf disturbances created by the mob of Rue St. Martin and St. Antoine, The police authorities came to cut down certain of the trees of liberty, planted during the revo lution. From facts which, by the way, are ra ther conflicting, it would appear that when the order for the destruction of these last emblems of the liberty of the French people were issued, large crowds gathered around and decorated them with various syii'bols of liberty, and that the police, acting under orders from the Execu tive, proceeded to cut them down. The police were resisted on Monday forenoon, and, drawing back, were dispersed by the peo ple; but a strong body of military advancing at this moment, the mob was put to flight, with the loss ofseveral wounded, while the troops were hardly molested. Gen. Lamoricierre was hooted at in all direc tions by the mob, but no other offence was offer ed him. Since then that part of Paris has been in a continual state of ferment, and no one knows what the next mail may bring. On Monday 100,000 men were under arms in Paris, but without occasion. Beyond the fact of this riot, the French news is not generally of much importance. GREECE. Advices from Athens to the ICth and 19th inclusive state that a serious rupture between the English and Greek governments had taken place, and that a total suspension of relations had accurred between the two governments. It appears that some old claims upon the Greek government remained unsettled, and also in re ference to some islands belonging to the Ionian group, which have been usurped by the Greek government. Further dates o the 22d from Athens have been received, which state that four or five war vessels belonging to the King, Otho, were cap tured by the English squadron, and that all Greek merchantmen were prohibited from leav ing or entering their respective ports. It is reported that England has accepted the mediation of France in this affair, and thai the French minister declared in private that he hopes to be able in a few days to announce that the misunderstanding between England " and Greece bas been amicably settled. PRUSSIA. All the articles of the proposed, constitution, SUPREME COURT.. The following additional Decisions have been delivered: By Ruffin, C. J. In State v Creas- man, from Buncombe, directing the judge ment to be affirmed; in Den ex dem. Bat tle v Speight, from Edgecomb, affirming the judgement; in Harper v Lassiter, from Greene, declaring the order dismissing the certiorari to be erroneous; in Britt v Pat terson, from Greene, orders affirmed; in Cannaday v Roberts, in Equity from Gran ville, dismissing the bill with costs. By Nash,J. In Pass v Iea, from Cas well, affirming the judgment; in Veal v Flake, from Anson, affirming the judgment; in Swain v Capehart, in Equity from Ber tie, declaring the Trustee bound to convey to the infant Plaintiff's and dismissing the bill as to Mrs Allen; in Toole v Darden, in Equity from Edgecomb; bill dismissed at Plaintiffs costs, but without prejudice; in Royster v Chandler, in Equity from Granville, dismissing the bill with costs. By Pearson, J. In Herring v Wilming ton Railroad Co., from Sampson, affirming the judgement; in Hassell v Mizell, in Equity from Washington, affirming the decree; in Alston v Batchellor, in Equity from Halifax, dismissing the bill with costs; in Clark v Parham, in Equity from Granville, dismissing the bill with costs; in Mooney v Evans, in Equity from Cum berland, directing a reference to the Mas ter; in Raiford v. Raiford, in Equity from Johnston, directing a reference to the Mas ter. Ilaleigh Register. rington, H Erambert, S Movlan Fox, Mrs A Chambers, R D Dickson, J VV Hooker &. Co, T S Lutterloh, J D Starr, J M Waddill, A S Brown, H&EJ Lillv, Mrs E Walton, Randolph Manuf Co, J&T Waddill, Scliman &. Butner, B G Worth. Passengers: Mrs T SLutteiloh and family, Miss M F Lutterloh, E J Lutterloh, J Dodd, Jr. J B Troy, Jr, and Or J A McUie. Arrived March 2d, steamer GOV. GRAHAM, with goods for J M Williams, J I) Starr, Jenkins & Roberts, F Fries, J F Chambers, Worth & Saunders, J M Brandon, J C Thomson, J G Mat thews, N Clark, J H Si. J Mart ine, Murchison, Reid & Co,l) & WMcLaui in, J J Gilchrist, Lash &. Brother, H L Myrover & Co, W S Lata, M L & R J Holu.es, Tyson & Person, Wooten &, F.l liott, Rankin &. McLean, J II Thompson. Arrived Feb'y 2G Steamer EVERGREEN, with goods for S W Tillinghast & Co, T J Johnson & Co, Ray & Pearce. H Erambert, S Boon, B Rose & Son, J H & J Martine, H L Mvrnverfc Co, D & W McLaurin, M N Learv, S T H .wley & Son, S J Hinsdale, E J Hale, L McNeill, Jas Sundy, H Branson & Son, Capt J A J Bradford, Rockfish Co, Cook & Powell, James Kyle, C Ben bow, J E Bryan, of this place and for J T Pope &. Co, J Elartman, Dr G Bodeinheimer, J Euing, J Hawley, C F Sussdoff, J Fann A L Stithe, of the Interior. i'ttnr if iiVwf.Vflrrov Arrived, Feb. 20, Schr Charles Mills from N York. 23d. Schr L P Smith from New York. 24. Schr S C Davis from New York. 2"). Brig David Duilell from N Y. NOTE LOST. The subscriber lost a note of hand, dated April 18. 1S4S. for $25, due her. by Alex. Clark. Eq.. witnessed by Mar tin Bolton. All persons are cautioned a gainst trading for said note ; and said Clark in notified not to pay it to any one but myself, or to my order. ISABEL CLARK. March 2. 1850. 675-3t Robinson & Eldred's NEW YORK CIRCUS. nature of tlio soil peculiarly favorable to exrrcwa in the open air. This School m intended to JVc .lniil-r in character to that formerly conducted by Mm Hardin, (then Mini JnnM) with ber mother, tho late Mrs. tduarU Janes, at Rock 11 est. Chatham County. The number of pupil., will be limited-'. Sarcral haying already applied, early apj.lic ationd ara requested Irojp oik era who uiy duyiru to place Uiwir dattphtcri Wifh as; s otherwise, preriiiion will le made in fho opening 'of tha School, for 10 only. The School will b continued at Kayetteville until June next, when we shall renwWe fo tba country. Parents and Guardians may placa their' daugh ter and wards with us at any tiuio before of after tho 20th of .luly. Terms: For Board and Tuition f 75 per Session of 5 ni'iitht. payable in advance. When pupil remain during tb vacations. lo in addition will bv charged, making S-ltiO per anuum. Kr further and mora particular information, address the undcr.iguud at KayettCTille, N.C ,.. W H. MARDlN. March 2, 1S50. 675-Sw. An owner wanted for 30 kers mnrker V, which came up the riv- er on the steamer Got. Graham. J.VO. D. WILLI 4 MS. .March 2. Agt. Cape Fear St. Bt. Co. NOTICE. Were committed t'o the Jail of Robeson connty on the 20th inst., twe nepro fellows: on says hia name is CH.iKLKV. and that he be longs to a. Willis of Caswell county. The other says bia nam Is ALLICK, and that he belongs to Saniiiel Wat son of Marion District, S. C. The owuers ara required to. conie forward, prove property, pay charges, and take them away, or they will bw dealt with as the law directs. W. W. OU!W, Jailor. Luinbertou, Feb'y 27. 1850 675-St NEW GJOOTO, The undersigned is now rcceltlng and oflV?s for sale, oh the most reasonable terms, a general assortment of DRY GOODS,: Suitable for the Spring Trad. Panama. Palmetto, and other Hats of the latest fashions, to which he woald invite particular attention. . STRAW BONNETS of various kinds. BOOTS and SHOES. He also kei ps constantly on hand a stock of Groceries, Hardware, &c, and would be glad to see his friends and' customers and the public generally. J. E. BRYAN, March 2. 1850 575-tf. Opposite Cape Fear Bank. PRICES CURRENT. Corrected weekly for the JSTorth Carolinian. FATBTTByXLlB. This splendid Establishment, acknowledged by all. when it last passed through this country, to be far superior to any other, has since that period received the addenda of such an amount and variety of talnt. as to render all competition vain and fruitless ! 1 he Company, as now constituted, is. with Hie exception of MASTER JAMES and MISS HENRIETTA, and the Proprietors, entirely ! Tallow, lb new; presenting a host of novel, surprising, and entertain ing feats, which must be seen to be appreciated and be lieved. The Pavilion Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce. THE NICARAGUA QUESTION SET TLED. Washington, February 22. It is perfectly certairrthat a treaty has been made between Sir Henry L. Hulwer ami the government of the United States, respecting the Nicaragua question. A friend, on whom reliance can be placed, has seen the document with all the official signatures attached. It provides for the restoration of Tigre island to its former owners. It fails to recognise the proceedings of both Mr Stiuier and Mr Chatfield. It also provides that neither England nor the United States shall exercise sov ereignty or jurisdiction within the Central American States. It ao-rees that Grevton Mate San Juan Ni- v i iii. " . i r . I whose unrivalled horsemanship, whett he last appeared be- caragua) shall be a neutral or free port, as for. you, was producUTe of the mot thriiiing admiration, ivpII as another nort on the Pacific, at the I has since that period arrived at PERFECTION in bis r . i . i noble art. and wins golden Is indeed the Temple of Momus, the laughter-loving god presiding over every joke, quirk, quiddity, and corrusca tion of wit and genius, manufactured by his two favorite Clowns, Rockwell & Peterson. And while they fling about with liberal humor, abundance of fun and fancy, they pledge themselves to tho public never to utter a syllable that can in anyway shock the delicacy of the most refined lady. Considerable fuss has been made by traveling Circus Companies about their BANDS, but their music can no more compare with ours than can their wretched half- starved horses, "above which the crows are flj'ing. greedy for their lean inheritance. ,: coiuparu with the symmetrical, fat, powerful steeds attached to Tlie Xcw York Circus. Vou have seen the others; on the 7th of March see ours, and judge for yourselves. Noslier's S- Y. Brass Rand challenges the Union in the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to discourse sweet iuuic from auy of the fa vorite Operas of the day. MASTER JAMES, t.OCNTBT rKOmi'I. CF.WTS. MP.BC H A ll t K. Bacon, lb 6 hi to 7 Bale rope, pd liraudy. peach, gal 75 to 80 ISagging. hvy. yd do apple f)0 to 60 ! do light Beeswax, lb 18 to 20 Coffee, Uio. pd Cotton, lb llJi to 12'4'heese. pd t orn. bushel. C5 to 7U Candles, pd Hour, bbl 4 25 to 4 75 do sperm r laxKeecl tuisnei uu to I 10 Conperaff. nil 30 Irrrn. Swedes pd 75 do extra sisea S to Z)i do Elfish to 10 Lime bbt 6H to 7a Lead, bar 3.,ito40 Molasses, gal Oo to 70 C5 to 70 C5 to 70 10 to 11 Tobacco, manufd. 4 to 15 Wheat, bushel 75 to 85 Z'a to 4 Keathers. lb Fodder, 100 lbs Hides, green, lb do dry l ard, lb Oats, busln-1 Oil. Linseed, gal 1'eas. bush el 1'ye. bushel Whiskey, gal 3 western terminus of the route. It also provides that the canal shall be neutral and open for the investment and transit trade of all nations, under suitable regulations, lt is said the treaty went out to England in the Europa. An aerolite weighing half a ton accord ing to the Missouri Republican iell near Jefferson Barracks on the 23th ult. Qc- We see that Mr Booth, the great tragedian, and his son, supported by a company of actors, are performing at the Theatre in Wilmington. Will be hired on Tuesday the 5th of March, to the high est bidders, at the Market House in Kayetteville. till the 1st of January. 1851. the NEGROES belonging to the minor heirs of J. K. McGuire, dee'd. Notwith approved se curity will be required. WM. ANN McGUIRE, March 2, 1S50. lt Guardian. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER The subscriber is now receiving and opening a general assortment of New Spring Goods, Consisting of new style Prints; Muslins and Cambrics; Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, mourning Ginghams and Prints- Linens, Sheetings and Shirtings, and in fact a va rietdt of articles usually kept in a dry goedsstere. W. S. LATTA. March 2. 575-4t nail he was lately presented with a splendid GOLD WATCH, as a testimonial of his skill: whileat every per formance, bouquets and wreaths are showered by the la dies at the feet of the little Hero of the Arena. MISS HENRIETTA, the Enchantress of the Circle, is the cynosure of every eye and has drawn crowds of critics from every part of the Union to witness her wonderful performances. Mrs Robinson, 31 rs Rockwell, and the other ladies connected with the establishment, will appear. AH the riders anil perforu ci s, THE GREAT BALDWIN, IN HIS JUGGLING ACTS. FOSTER, THE GREAT CANNON BALL HURLER. For names and other particulars, see small aud large bills. EXTRA NOTICE. We do not drive 20 starved and poverty-stricken horses in our Band Carriage, bitched together like Kalwtaff "s rag ged Regiment, with rags, but w do drive 12 Splendidly Matched Creams, The Harness being plated with the richest silver plating, fjrj- We will exhibit at FAYETTEVILLE on Tliuisday, Friday & Saturday Evenings, March 7th, Stu and 9th. Doors open at 6 o'clock. Performance to commence at 7. On Saturday afternoon, for the accommodation of Families and children, at half past one, there will be a grand performance. C7 Admission 50 cents -children and servants half price. Wool, lb Wood. oak. per cord. KA TABI.I i. Beef, on the hoof 3 to 4 Buttr. pound 12 t 15 ( hickens. each. 10 to VI Kpgs. Jnzi-n 10 Pork, potind. 4 to Hi Potatoes, ewoct bu?h. 30 do Jrih 10 do north'n. bbl '1 25 Turkeys, eac h 60 to 100 Turnips. htiMi 50 FAVETTF.VILl.E MAMTimHtJ Cotton yarn, pound 1 4-1-brown sht'g. yd 7,' to S 7-8 do do 7 Onaburgs. yard 8 to 0 . CENTS 10 to 11 15 to 20 13 to Vh 15 tol 10 to VI 16 to 17 35 to 45 6 5 to 8 to 4 175 to 150 0 to 7 25 to 30 ' Nails. Keg pd 6 to 6 Oil. lamp gal 7 to 140 do tanner's, bbl 1750 Powder, keg 400 to 654 Rice, pd 4 to 5 Brandy, gal ISO to 400 Gin. Holland. 150 to 175 Rum, Jamaica, gal 200 do St Croix 78 to 150 do N E 35 to 40 Rags, pd 2 to 2li Sugar. N O. pd T to Hi do Porto ltico. 7 to 9 do St Croix, 9 to 10 do Lump. 0 to 10 do Loaf, 11 to 12 Salt, snrk 1 60 do alum, bush 37 to 50 Tea. pd 60 to 1 60 Twine, bagging pd 20 U'inv. .Malaga 5 to 60 do Madeira, 100 to 150 do Port 160 to 300 Glass, KxlO box 1 75 to 225 io 10x12 2'to275 White lead keg 150 to 225 Cotton not altogether as firm as it was last week. Corn, considerable quantity coming in price unchanged. Oats coming in fully equal to the demand. Spring trade not fully set in yet. WILMINGTON MARKET. Corrected weekly by the " Commercial" NAVAL STORKS. j COFFLE. Yellow dip. per bbl of St Domingo 280 lb. 1 85 a i'M) Rio Hard. ' 1 10 a 1 l.lj.Java Sp'ts Turpentine, gal. 25' Lairiiira Tar 1 12 a 1 15 Cuba ritch 1 ' .MOLASSES. Rosin, New Orleans No 1, 2 00 Cuba No. 1 12 1-2 SALT. No. 3. '' a 70 Bonaire Variiiiib 20 a 22. Liverpool, per saok TI.MBKR. SPIRITS. Inferior S M a 3 00. X. E. Rum Kair quality 4 50 a 7 00 Common CJln LC.MBKR, Steam Mill. Whiskey Wide boards, plank I Apple brandy a i 16 air 10 a 17 16 a 17 00 16 00 19 i IT WO and scantling 11 00 i 28 a 30 28 a an 80 a 33 00 Floor Boards 14 O0 a 15 0M Wide boards, edged. 14 00l Refused, half price on all. LUMBER. River. Floor boards 9 00 a 10 OO Wide boards 5 00 Scantling i 00 RICE Roush 7f Cleaned 3 OO a 3 12 1-2 4-4 N C Sbeetimts STAVES. f r LUC n BACON. Hams. N.C 10 Western - Side, N C Tad Wester oaO1- Shoulders. N C 6 12a7 Western a X-if DOMESTICS. Cotton Varna H 1 Cotton Osnaburga I a 7 1-t oao W O bhd rough 10 W " drcstied " ' barrel 15 0 ROhhdrongh 15 00a ISO - dressed 13 Ashe heading 9 00a 10 Of KH I N GILES. Common 80 to 125 rn,.lrt 3 50 4 0" Brack a large 3 50 a 4 01 PEAS. B E. Pea 00 to a 62 Pea Nuts 85 a 94 Sl'GAR. Orleans 5 a 5 1-2 Porto Rico 4 1-2 a 9 1-1 kayetteville. sop. ftue X Csnal flour Corn Viral Cotton, scare Butter Cheese Beeswax Hay oap Feather Lard, N C " Lima ft 25 6 0O 4 7 7 00 a 7 6 5 4S 60 a 62 15 a 25 7 a 12 20 65 41-2a5 35 7 a 7 1-2 . 70 a 75 CHERAW, Dec. 4. Cotton 11 to 12 bacon C to 6 J flour 5 to 5 50 iron 5 to G 50 Salt $1 40 to SI 49 corn 45 to 50 Molasses 35 to 40 Cor rected by the Chcraio Gazette.