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aaJ Charles Al'-ea. es-jrt. CoininiMionera o the prt f e $'ale jwer aeet to euch amageateKt cf the tforthejrturn Boundary ayVe nego tiated by the General Covermmect, pro tided the haI1 optawn, V caaslstrnt "a1 n4 ttie4Uf ill the Banks u Nf Orleans have re- Jjtrr ccoaiiU sate that they bare ipia suspended. CONGRESS. In the Senate, on Thursday, Jsas 2. Mr. Miller presented a priiuaa from eiuiens of JTe Jersey, ahiaj such a revision f tbe tariff aa wi'J aeeore protcclioa ia lie dotaestie industry ef tl fonntrjr. jfr. Bent, from tie committee on military affaire, reported a till to protiJe for the arme4 occupation and settlement of iha nnscttled peninsula of East Flori da. , , .The miMiJeaaoa of die apportion i nt bill was resumed ; aa amendment pending offered by Mr. Wright, rtlsua to ditriciut f ,tl Ute." . The debate mas contiooed by Messrs. Crilteadea, Wood bary, Preston, Benton, anl Bfiler. On Fridar, the debate on amendment waa continm IJagby, Graham, ualArr, Hives, and lleudorson. Oa Saturday, fhe debate waa eontino J oa the apportionment bill, by Measra. Jgoreheal, Buchanan, Tallmadge, Walk r, Eraai, White, and oilier; but no question was taVen. Oa Monday, June 0, a resolution offer ed some days aince by Mr. Woodbury waa adopted; and ilia Senate 3 there fore hereafter meet at 1 1 o'clock. The debate on the apportionment hill was continued by Messrs. White, Dates, Smith of Conn., and Kerr. Oa Tucaday, the debate on the appor tionment bill waa continued by Messrs. Wright, Teltmadge, Walker, Cuthbcrt, linn, and Derrien. 'ilia question was then taken on Mr. Wright's amendment, and deciJed k the gtive--jeas 19, says 24V On Wednesday, the apportionment bill icing under consideration, a debate oc curred in which Messrs. lairaBayasd, Walker, King, WiU'aans and J)rtex were engaged, on as amendment offered by Mr. Linn, prot idtng Out Uie provision, f tliis section shall not effect the election of Rcprescntaiit es to the 2Sia43jsigress. The quest'oa being taken, the amend aaent was adoptedyeas 23, nays 22. Mr. Allen then moved lo strike out the 2d section, as amended; but the motion was rejected yeas 21, nays 24." In the House of Representatives, oa Thursday, June 2, the day was occupied in the consideration of business for the District of Columbia. On Friday, Mr. Fillmore, on leave giv en, reported from the committee of ways and means "a bill to provide revenue for imports, and to modify existing lawa im posing duties on imports, and for txler purposes;" which was if ferae d to the committee of ike whale &e state of the Union, and 5,000 copies ordered to be printed. j On motion of Mr. Fillmore, a resolu tion was adopted yeas 93, nays 83 to termiaate the debate on the army appro priation bill on Monday at one o'clock. Mr. Keunedy, of Md., on leave given, reported from the committee on com merce, a bill to establish reciprocity ia tho commercial regulations of the United States in their intercourse with certain British colonial port; and also a joint re- solution concerning the termination of certain commercial treaties; both of which were severally read twice, and referred to the committee of the whole on the atate ter vmt remarks by Met sra. Cooper a23 Cve Jvhu.on, i! Lou mi adjourned, (no quorum being pretest,) , On Saturday, aficr a debate of aome length, the asouoa made yesterday by Mr. Cooper, to refer to ike letter of alia Secretary at War, to the eomoUtea cm Indian affairs, -was, after considerable de bate, agreed to. ! The debate waa continued on Mr. John- aea'a amendment to the array appropria tion bill. ; Oa Monday, June 6, U10 Hou?e met at 10 o'clock, pursuant to the order made on Friday. The debate on the army appropriation bill waa coaiiuaed nntfl one o'clock, when the committee, in pursuance to the rder heretofore adopted, proceeded .to vote on the amendments. Mr. Cava Johnson's amendment, pro viding lor n redaction of the array to the number fixed by the act of Madi 1821, was agreed to yeas 102, nays 61. Oth er amendments were also agreed to; when the committee r.we and reported the bill went l iateade J, tut how many are !a the secret, or what is the extent of their plans, is not known. They hare so fr changed their mode of opermiioB as lo con duct every "thing with trao5t secre cy, and the men upon eliota they imedi atelr rely fur the exemiioa ef their 4e eigss are as mtwh ra the dark as the pub lic. A lot ofHnJ had been lured fur an encampment in SmiiluletJ, about a mile from Wooosocket, at a place ealkJ the Daily Hole, near the Friends Meeting Iloute: The place was to ba fortified. About thirty or forty armed men were there last Wednesday, and arrangements were made tor a supply of food for about that number of men. The officers were drilled on Wednesday. fit ia understood that stneo (besa ar rangements were made, the place of the encampment hae changed to Chepaehet, or another encampment is to be held there. There are rumors that arms have passed through the city for the use of the lasurgeata, but we can trace them to no responsible source. "That the Government wiH suppress Lthis hostile demonstration the moment it awumes a tangible shape, and that it will visit witU just and severe punishment those who are getting it up, ia a matter of, course; to nouM it would be to suspect to the lipase, and the further considera-i the men at the head of affaira of both ig ttoa of it waa postponed nntil to-morrow, noranee and imbecility, neither of which i On Tuesday, Mr, Fillmore, from the h" l "J Prtcl their committee of ways and means, en leave, Tba Sufttmt Judicial Court met at reDorted a bill to continue in force all the!lTinotnn nn t!i 2J. JudT nurfrM and na Muiet. I I , - o- - an Mr Wlrllt,a'Ia,r ',liDS 00 da7 of June, Staplea being present Judge Dorfrae Z W v7..r, ! 1842. regnlating and fixing the amount of "ddrcsed d,e Ciand Jury, defining the ed by Messrs. . l doctrine of treason and other offeneea. The Grand Jury brought bills of indict ment against Joseph Gaviu, a member of ttie Dorr Legislature, and Svtvester llinea, for treason. They were arretted and 'AitftAa Ait Sin rSir11 arrwvf ai tinri fnvritfian. dize, and prescribing the mode of collect ing them, &c until Uie 1st day of Aoguet, 1812. I a m .1 am imaIiah Ail1iata MAsaMeiAl Mr. Fulmora ead (hat U Tud nowle-.f... .' . ,..,i n,:i ,t,. , 4 IV MfjSlA mmm j'wa'wisvw aaaeaae su term. James Smith, alias John Branch, come apparent that it would be impossi ble to dispose of the revenue bill before if. lt f Julr neit: mni in eonsMiienca butt-ender from New York, wassenieno- of the position of the Treasury Depart- to three year, confinement ia the Sute Ol uie poiuun wi mo iraur, Qf huTl- Mt d obstructions Up- ment after that day, and as it was at !e ast 0 ,h, sioniagton Railroad. The Court doubtful whether any revenue could be then adjourned to Wednesday evening, collected under the present laws, the -7 committee had thought it prudent to re- "5e nu n l s4Afnnea tin sua KaAn tianulnn IW tna port this bill, extending the laws as they , J7reijbvterian Uencral Assembly sitting at now existed, until the 1st day of August ' Philadelphia. The (acts on which the for the purpose sf allowing time to dis- decision is grounded are these: Archibald pose of Uie revenue bill. He moved. I McQueen was 1 pastor of the Lemon Hill r .1 . .u k i l- r ...j .1 . Chnrch, attached to the Prccbytery of therefore, that the b.ll be referred to . Fa..ette;me, Norlh Caroiina, ,nd on the commit'ee of the whole in the atate of 23d of OcWbsr, 1840, he took as his wife the Union. It was accordingly so refer: Mary McLoud, the sister of his deceased red , wile. The Presbytery of Fsyetteville, of the bill making appropriations for the. M(I ,fter an arffurnrnt, the fafu being ad support of the arm and of the military milted, they decided that the act waa in academy for the year 1312. The qucs- test, sod proceeded to depose the accua tiee being on concurring with the com- f rhe Gospel miaisuy. rota this ;, . , . . . judgment Mr. McQueen appealed to the mittce of the whole u ita amendments, LJ. n.L f,t,. and ordering the bill to be cugroasoJ for a tliird reading. The previoua question was moved but not seconded. A motion was made by Mr. C. J. In gersoll to recommit the bill with instruc tions, and a debate of some length follow ed, principally en the proprity of discon Presbytery was most ably and eloquently opposed before the General Assembly by the Rev. Dr. Krebs, who strove to show that there was nothing whatever in the JJible to prohibit such a marriage, and that the clause in the Confession of Faith which says that "a man may not marry any of his wife's kindred nearer in blood than he may of his own, nor a woman of her husband s iinoreu nearer in biooa tinuing the Academy at West Point; but. n)ay of her own.. is too Taglie the motion was not agreed to; and the I an( indefinite to be a tiue guide in the 'previous question being again moved and . decision of this question. His argument seconded, dm ajae.dment, mad; , h com- the mittee T the whole were agreed to, and, (leci?ion f hd PrMbytcry deposing Mr. lite bill passed its tliird reading, by a vote j McQueen by a vote of 67 to 12, 8 not of 163 to 22. On Wednesday, a resolution submitted by Mc Cashing, requesting the Presi dent to enter into negotiations with the I voting. 1 wus, says tne uommerciai Advertiser, tlie question is settled by the Presbyterian Church: in a manner, how ever, unwarranted by the law of God, and in a manner that will not be acqui Dritish Government for the purpose cf, esced in by any man church member or effecting a permanent and equitable con- not who, in taking a second wife, pre- vcntional arrangement of the commerce between the United Stales and the British colonies b Amerii-a, elicited a debate which was continued until the close of the morning hour. fers a sister of bis first before any other woman. Important to Bankruptt Judge Pear ton. in the matter of Radford Foster, of Davie county, on a writ of Habeaa lyer- ! .... Una doornail till a TtinlcrMnt 11 TlOt The motion to print 5.000 copies of K .. . . . Ct Sa after he ha8 the New York custosa house reports, was again taken up as the unfinished bu siaess of a former day, hut was finally laid on the table, on motion of Mr. Ad , ams, by a vole of 90 to 70. The House then resolved itself Jnto a committee of the whole, andonjnotion of Mr. Fillmore took up the bill to provide filed his nelhion in Bankruptcy. The very high character of Judge Pearson for learning and sound judgement makes this decision of much importance to the pros pects of this unfortunate class of people. Car. Jf'akk. Kesuseilatn!. Mr. Charles Gnllatt, of Loudoun county, Virginia, was not long since struck by lightning, while sitting in of tho Union. . t. n I.... imnnrlrd from : : ' - .fT.ir,. , bill to ' ,mPorU' and for -.MC VUUIllllllVQ VII Hiiiaei a .a a 1ai matJa prof ,e or ne pro - I iomclhillff note thaa hour in the pro f Pw;.!-. r.m Imlinn tlcDredabons, and, fdr the occupation of that territory. The house then, in committee of the whole, again took up tho army appropri ation bill; the question being on the amendment of Mr. Cave Johnson, pro at OI.I1.0 a revenue from imports, and to change and h- hous0 an'j prostrated to all human modify existing laws imposing duties on appearance in death. When in this cob- a ! . B a. !l.a. r other purposes; and the, union several neignoors camo w wiiw through, which occupied; Je-laU. fee.. ,Cohl water was CCS. From t!.o N.li6ut Intelligencer. conrje of twenty minutes he began to ex titbit signs of returning animation. The patient finally recovered, but stated that Ins sensations anu pain cxperu-nct-u uur We miich Kit amendment oi air. ave jmii( 1 unuw ' . viding for a reduction of the army to Uie . the malcontents are endeavoring to give Tiuing lor a rcuuciioi , t Ue n lhcir lreas(aable de- number fixed by the act or 18.1. ( . k hY from lhe providenee Jour- tV were in hopes that tho spirit of iJ .the moments of W"fi .chief had been effectually quelled in Arnhle beyond the power Wgf ode Mand. but it seems that some of, describe. iuf. 'Hef. debate was cnnlinned bv Ml. misled. Mr Cross and Mr. Giddings. The com niiitee then nwe and reported progress. The Speaker laid before the House a Scituate, Chepachet and Woonsockct, the ter numerously attended; and among oth ... l ar:1 nf ihii.se who have pub- Inter from the Secretary at War, deelin-, .. . r"PIJ,jUnccJ all forcible attempU toen- lence en- Massachu- The St. Domingo Earthquake. The bri" Joseph Atkins has arrived at Boston, nal office of Thursday last, states that1 from Jeremie the 19th May. Captain meetings have been held in tne village oi, litggins siaics, accimiing iu iu flieniantiio journal, wai uie caiiiuunc ing, 'for reason given, to c.iminunicate . jorei t,e spurious Government, certain papers required by a resolution of, the eoraiuaiuler of the ProvU tho linn Ia A, ,K. lV In rrlation to trenchment, and a few fronr? the home of the 18th tilt, in relation to certain frauds alleged to have been com mitted in tho matter of lha Cherokee In dia is. Mr. Conner moved its reference to tli? coar.n.t.cs o i laJiaa affairJ. Af- es'.U and Connecticut, were also present The Jo-imal adds: O.ir corrap indent, who is well in form ml and ea-Jtious, informs s that he is siiislbJ lhat soma very seriouj move- of the 7th ultimo was severely felt at Je remie, but no damage was sustained. The ground and water were much agitated, and in the latter a change of four to six feet took place iu the course of a few minutes. Ho also says that the destruc tion of the town of Cape Haytien was complete; only two buildings remained standing. The earthquake happening on a market day, a great number of person? wefe jo lhe city from the cjuutry. It was rsfmstej that fuur thousand perrons rer Ul.eJ. with raany smile, rank1, aaJ other aaissals. ' Vint an l'U:t was a3o destroy ed, but only a few lives w ere kL The mooouia ia (La rear of St Mare was real asocder, so that Iraaa couU pass thaough tie aperture t :" FOOEIGX. . The atraa ship Columbia arrived at Bojioa oaToesday-moreing, 31st May, having hh Liverpool oa the 19th ulu DrsTarcTios er oxi nm or thi cttt or lUaaraoH t rut. The city of Hamburgh, tne great commercial em porium of Germany, one of the moat flourishing oa the continent of Europe, is a heap of ruins. The Era which broke out on Wednes day night, lhe Hih int., and which, there ia every reason to believe, waa the work of an incendiary, extended to 82 streets, most of which were reduced to ashes. Oa a rough calculation, the lose of property waa from 20 to 30 millions of dollars. Jio person can tell bow ma ny lirea were tost, bat a great number of persona must have perished. The canals through the city were dry, so that no wa ter could be found. The fire raged from Wednesday night till Saturday morning. Sixty streets, containing from 1309 to 2000 houses, lie smouldering on the ground, and 30,000 inhabitanta rendered houseless. Another conspiracy to assassinate the King of France has been detected, and a number of perrons have been arrested. Seven more ships, with aistrea lion dred troops bad sailed for India, which shows a determination on the part of the government to push the war agaiast Af ghanistan. The Cotton Market remained firm, and prices wrie folly supported. The sales atLiverpooIon the 18th amounted to 5000 tales. The Money Market remained about the same as at tne last advices. There combined to be treat many fail nres ia the commercial business of Lon don, and also in the manufacturing towns, Eight new islands in the Pacific, are stated by the Cape papers, to have been discovered by an English whaler; they are ferule, inhabited, aud of considerable extent. The sloop Fantome, commanded by CapL Butterfield, has captured nineteen slares vessels, and liberated 2261 alaves during the twenty months she haa been employed on the coast of Angola. . LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OP ANOTHER STEAMER. The Steamer Great Western arrived at New York about 21 o'clock on Saturday last, making the passage from Liverpool in less than fourteen (lavs, and bringing London and Liverpool papers to the 21st of May. The only news she brings in addition to that received by the Boston steamer is, thaUhe Frew Ministry have declared that it is Dot their intention to ratify the treaty .rrantinir the rieht of search of vessels suspected of being en gaged in the slave trade. Wa give the proceedings, of the French Chamber of j Deputies as we ana mem reportca in ine papers: , THE RIGHT Or SEARCH. In the French Chamber of Deputies, the budget for foreign affairs being under discussion, M. Billaut, the al ly of M. Thiers, assailed the Quintuple Treaty, and Uie conduct of M. Guixot in not peremptorily refusing to ratify the treaty. Ha stated that a merchant and shipper of Marseilles had ordered his captains to hoist Uie American colors should the English cruisers come within sight, and that the same instructions were about to-be given at all the French ports. Thus, added the orator, "the impotency of Uie French flag to protect ita own commerce will be established." M. Billaut complained that the day af ter the signature of the December treaty, a note had been addressed to the United States, to notify to them the new alliance of the Great Powers, thus making use of the name of France to tear from the Am erican Government its adhesion to tho extended right of search. M. Guizot, in reply, stated that the treaty had not been ratified, and in its present form would not be ratified; but he declined to pledge Uie responsibility of the Crown as to its future aets. The words of M. Guizot, as reported ia the Moaiienr, were: "In the present state of things, and Uie actual disposition of the publie mind, 1 should deem myself: j wanting in my duty towards lhe country were 1 to advise ue ratincation oi uie treaty." The following remarks on the refusal of France to ratify Uie treaty are from the London Sun: So far, then, as regards France, there is an end of lhe controversy. During Uio life ef the present generation France will not ratify the treaty, nor will the United States adopt it. "What, then, remains for Great Bri tain to doi Enforce the treaty alone, and, if resisted, declare war against France and the United States! Heaven forbid that we should bo guilty of such madness! We have already exaeaded more blood and treasure for the suppression of slavery thau sound policy and lhe happi ness of lhe African race would warrant Sir Fowell Buxton, in his recent clever book on the subject, distinctly states that we have given an impetus to the slave trade by our expensive, but blundering, ill-directed efforts to suppress iu "It may be asked what we would recommend the British Government lo do in lhe present emergency? We answer distinctly, abandon the ireaty-altogeiher." Cool and Debibtrale We learn fmm undoubted authority, lb -it a pool wouiui eamtJ rafy Cstrttt, m'fs af S.phf! Cetltn. TLt eoricmr''" ef C'ea (in ir it. livi g aetr Jese. Slima in tin re any pw HO.WJ !! cf Co., N. C. esrt, oa U'roWsy !. k 4Hl lbs ch. ft ItO.OCO.CvO ef pd. it atrlaitl of a iaa iy ih taas ef Wd- If sssct'ari,r(s weie cacstngrd, tiM lim Wslsea. Vba h w fcf r Beigkbor-'ceaaipiiHi aigfct iJy N broalB p bd. aad was m lbs set ef gsibenag a few to 700.000 bales atah!!j, or 2SJ.C0J,- plants. ba she wn Jnco'eicdbv u 00 las. ia tea jean. a. ey cabUraUly u U wetk. eel to rbe ttMa and gat h f aa. a'k- rd tow.rds bet aatd be wss near eaeegti tottk deliberate aim. ed shot tier leJ aa the srou It is said ibt Wauoa Is kboat 63 years ef age, and the ealf res oa slleged by him for ibis rwb'act wss that sbe bad eonjurtd hie. 11a haa bee a arrested sod ewvfiaf d ia M-rita Co. jsiL 4 , ' EJenton SaiiMtL RHODE ISLAND AFFAIRS Jjrrrttfortrtaton.-- William H.Satih claiming to art as Secretary, oi S sts aa drr the preteaded replse Coasute- hob, was arrsstcd last 1 asrxJjy avea ing, ca a charge of tressoa against lbs Stats. Ha was brought before Justice Boeea and pleaded Boigailiy.sdmiiUeg, however, that he had acted as Stcreury of State, bat affirniag thst ha bad a right to do so. and that the law aa ler which ha wss arrested hid beta repeated. He wss committed for trial. We da not lesra that he has applied to the Justices of the Supreme Ceort to be admitted to bail. Mr. Smith wss at the lata soetnaf at Weoaseekei, and it ia said that he there isued saditary commissions, in die at me ol iha Stata. u several ef the men who bad assembled there. Goon. One of Levi D S!n eTa "bait endcr, who wss token ap in Providence, a few daya eiaee, as ine of lbs iasurgeats, bss been sentenced to the Penitentiary for three years. Dulse J. Psarce aays he has renounc ed his allegiance to Gov. Don's Govern ment, and come back to the OM Line. - Houasl John Davis" had promptly sarreodered De Wolfe, one of the Rheds Inland Insurgents, on a requisition from Gov. King. Cotton Tobacco Legs, -" 'Leaf, THE RUSSIAN SERF. . The following is enricted from a lee lure delivered by Mr. Dallas, late minister to Russia, li pictures to the life the cha racter of the Russian ssrf. Of them, there sre na less tbtn iorty millions, twenty oi whom belont to the Lmperer Wicbolat: 1 msgine a hnman being covered, we cannot say clothed, in undressed sheepskin,' wool turned in ward. that which should be a coal resembling a looes gown having ae collar, and a cape isppsd over by a piece of rope other msterisls, ss a belt around the wsist. His neck is un covered, red, rough and hsrd. his beard long, mattered sod coarse, his moustache htneirt doea ana coveting Ma ooam He wears a bell sbsped csp of wollen stuff, trimmed with dirty fur, and shosa sither pieces of wood scooped out, or a kind ef sack of pliable bark be fats haag at bis back a sort of axe er batchst, and his exterior is altogether birsh, soiled or dirty, and rtpolsive. A man thus ehsracterixed and habit ed suddenly appearing in our streets, or in any pan or the country, would awa kea at oca slwei and pity, as soma es caped wanderer from the cells of lunacy ind crime." "la the moral ami mental qualities of the Russisn setf there are mingled trans of good and evil. He is mild and amia ble, but imbecile and servile. To the pro foundest ignorance and vilest sitpsrsii lion, he uaites s Chinrse imitation, quick ness, and an abject reverential faiih ia the dogmss of bis church. He cresses hiaueil at every slash of lightning, and faces death fearlessly under a ptiesdy promise of paradise. He endures' with out complaint the roost frightful extreme of physical exposure and privaiioa. He is content with a block of wood or stone for a pdlow, a plank for his couch, and some black bread and onions for hie dai ly meal. Like our western sivije he yields at every opportunity to allure ments of intoxicating drinks. In the pretence of power he Mis prostrate in the dust, propitiating safety or kindness from his superiors. n the most disgust ing servility. Yet. notwithstanding the rigor of his destiny, he is utterly uncon scious that there exists htppier or fatter regions on ths earth; he loves bis country with enthuiissiie and unbounded ardor, and when fighting his battles abroad he is almost willing victim to tbe enemy, ia the confident belief that alttt death, but before he takes his final flight to heaven, he is suffered to visit (or three days his native coltsge." TUG 3UIIKETS. li rterfSarj, aay JA, ' "2 23 a 2 85- : 3 15 a 7 60 " rijeltettl'r, Jhm ft. Flour,' "flMa 7 00' " Salt (sack,) 2 23 a 2 00 (bushel,) ; CO a 50 ' Cotton, " " 5 a 8 J Beeswax, " ' ' " "27 a 1 -23 1 Notice Taxes. TTshall Head at the foU Ji ixaet mJ rU " era tor lbs rro f cwiiw tug Iha Its, dae tt tat yi I Sit, M(tiv 4ib Ja:y. at JrM Darhaa's atteto J u ain, ai jttnm nraiia Hedaewtay lb Sih, SI Baffin Mill - ' vl -i . L , t i 1 .a t.. Fridf lbs fith. at Ceate rsttrraaa. . tarda Ilia lli- at tba lata Haltui al Wl arl Hull, d.e d Maadtv the I lib, al Joha 8. Tarraaiins 'a Taenia; tba ttib, at George Faoreti'a tvucMiy lb lib, at Ci.evj r. Fscweira Tbartda ifaa I4tb. at J.mea UaicbinMa'a ... lfMlay lbs I Sib, al Cabiial B. In a ISaiattfaythalCibsiaUaoalial Maadaj the IStb, st llil!at-fjH ' V ' Taaadi iha ta.k rvlh I ...I ( ; sC .- IVcaucadar lb SOih, al an. airKee'e . . .. ' Thuradajr tba flat, at Abaar faibai'a ? ,.,., ; r'noaf Ilia tSJ. al IVilliaai LiiiMaiub'a . aiwfday ma im, at Harris liikitoi,s . Month the tSth, at Wm. N. Piali'a S:-fa I ncraij in, aim, ,i ,Kn b. aiaiiii-a Ve!aadajr lit S7ib. at M tikiam Taica'a t Tbaraday lbs tSih, al Cbaptl . , aJ: . i M'k. aa-a. a Ua.J.w llielal atsaaassatl sal Pi.tfc aaa.at ft'.l J nswituwy aa w j t t Tuetaay J, in llillaboroob, l wltatt , tua tow lax. i , j lia rappti,invw i. mv in iiva f uiablealW ISit, will aUead at tba abava ', . ..J .i.. ..j ..... r;i;.. give ia bis itat is aibjrrt hy law la pay a lua ble line, and the SUtnffia bund lo voiletl rt. f unctualitj is exparlcd by alt. " JAMES C. TURRENTINE,' Sfffi June 15. " '"' 'lb' 4THE Fall Scttioa f my schoul, a ill rom- dieace en Hie l-5ih f neat mwniti, ana close an Iha I Sib ol ! ember full. wi. A lull and eeni(!Me euraa af aeadvibMal ia alrai liua will le imparled. Studeau pr eais i for the University. ., , . , .. , D. W, KEER. ; Junto, N. C, Jans tt. ' ''. ,-3- ' ICPThe Kalaieh Star, and North Carolina' Mauuara, win ciipj lour iiima , Books! Books! TUB subeeribers lisva oa hand, and eflar (or sale a reasonabls terms, the folluw iag Baokat ... ,(- i j,. .... MiuheUs Gsorrsphy snd kCn.t n t , Olney's D04 lartya Gcogrsphy, . Kirkhsis, Murray's, and baiithV Grsmaar, - . v .Fiks. Snilevfe. ColburnVdt Smith'a k Bilk matt is ' , .. a ' Youth's Natural Thilosophy, Toiter'a llhetonral Rtadcr, Watt's Improvement of the Mind. Duck's Tbeoloj-ical Dictionary, a . Tempeiance Tales, in 0 vol. . u ScoU's Bibles, in 3 vols. , "mv Pocket and Famdy Dibits, Albums, , Mutt's Ttavels in Europe aud the bait. Family Libmry, in 13 vols. .'' Kuled and Colored LetW Taper.. Hymn Rooks, and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Book ol lliatory. . ..... JS. UUKKA JuneS. S7 " . ... . ? r akaABBaaBaBBBaaBBaaMaBasaasaaM 7 Negroes for Sale. H AVING taken letter of adminiatralmn from the Court af Pleas and Quarter S-e. aions of Oraase. on the vataia of tVIIJ.HM LYNN, draeacd, and having oauincd an or der from Coart to t lint elect, we shall esHire t li:. - t .. .1.. ... l - .. r m . r . nun IC H 011 .III . I yai .1 1 AUKr. the late residence of the aaid Wm l.y an, dee'd, seven Negro Slave belonging to said estate. , on a credit of la-eke mouths, tia yurt baacts giving bond with two or more gnad securities. thus. utmisiiArN, . MATTHEW LYNN, June 8. 21 CANDIDATES. The followiaj per sons have been announced as candidates ia this county, at the election in August next: WHIG. Stone Hugh Waddell, esq. CMmmon Dr. Michael Holt, and Giles Mebane, Henry K. Nash and Har riaoa Parker, esqrs. DEMOCRATIC. Senate Gen. Joseph Allison Common Col. John Stockard, Dr. ! Julius C. Bracken, and CatL Jones, jr. and Win. N. rratt, esqrs. For Sheriff Jurats C. Tnrrentine. Weekly Almanac JUNE. j Sun jriaca Sun aria. 16 Thursday, 17 Friday 18 Saturday, 19 Sunday, 20 Monday, 21 Tuesday. tl Wednesday 4 471 147 4 47 1 47 I 47 I 47 . - - E E 7 13. 5 xooa 713" T-1 -1 ' o 7 ia.i 17 13 i 7 7 13; - ei 13-3 ffaESaLEiia StBEOGDEi-i In UHIsIioroiiffli ' f -PHE Fall aeaaion of MR. if MM. BUtt l UELt.'S SCHOOL will commi-are aa Monday the 4 of July, and eloaa ilia lust 4 November. Tbe uaual brandies rf a ihoroosh education are taught, ith llio Latin, Urcek. and Freitch Languages. TltHS TER SESSION. Hoard and Taiiivn, $07 5 Muic, . 25 00 Use of Piano, 5 00 Drawing and Pointing, 12 00 French, 00 Latin or Greek, 10 00 StriREKCES. Hon. F. Nash, Dr 4a Webb, Hon. Win. A. Graham, Jno IV. Norwood, req , Millcbornuch. Kn. U. l.scrf, Bilei;;h. Hon. wuiie r. Man. gum.Uile Mcban(,eeq , Orance tnunl. Mr- K'ibert trlaroee, Mr. Allren Hatch, Kef. I. Ir.tiAn Nahi.rn. Hit tiaril Wa.hinftlai,. ran. . ..... r I W,yneboronp'(. liaston i'der. q . Wake counijr. Uet. Tbouias U. Owen, asliinpion. June I. 86 ICT'lta'eish Rrsiater, Slandatd, and Mil. to i CbronicU will inaeri once a week for fur werka. ' ; '' . Notice. ftT Ma? Term, 181. of Oranse Coui.l Court. Letteta nf Al iimiatralinn an lite c tate of THOMAS I). CttAlN, uttril, granted to lhe undersjyneiU te ihrriur !i o notice to all prraon uidcbieJ lo aid eatate la mike iinmedmi pafmaol, and to a!l pecona iiaving vjaiai against said ratate lo v ?nl them within the lime recribrd hy 'aw, r this notice wilt Jead in bar of llirir riHovery. THUS. FAUCDTT, ,?ij'r. " June 1. 85