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. . .. rt. tfee eUla,tUa. aa tie Lava la CAMtfUAt afaar Liberty. -- 1 I....... , ...,. , - - j . Urm MAOX A TLTTLE. NJ 1 SW2tBit&nC.XrVark. !!.7,i, - YinULMA ELECTION A.wctir sue rfd TvJIZl la .y. u .i.-- . . jln !r!tl , (anvJtbcIIouMsrDiIriwJtUt ttate tinted all tlSAeLmf fatgre but ' -Wcg Whig I uo saewber M j pj wiili the UA Coo grtm TWaJfXtiom d srit Cepwi Q U4 14 harm 1 i ,jt w t!at the Wlift lute Uf sUinetUD j fr. By lfir wpthV tlirouih tLrir p. j ifcy tad &&mf-41j btt let die eicrtion j gt kt iCulv oJ tLk, too, ia rouatiM and dw mmv&Fic wj U4 iUCTijlh to ckrt tbrif A iomrthbf to rim m uuUU tLk cloom, tie ttTr to ire that the ertwnpluhcd and to' VbuJ tJitor of the latrHicrBrtT, JoLa V. Hjiu, nq, bii lica rUird ta the LrgWlatiue torn Lb ' ua of PrterAiiff. He brat bia ewnprtiior.'fkale Senate to intealigate the fircumttan A. (rtrUnJ, e, t8 x&c. jrce ettendinf tlia refenl lots of l!te.Swai . j lav, have made a report, whirh juitifiet We Iran from the XaJi tSe Banorr, that the l'ie iiiipreeeion ao generally entertained, lm.Di'ie W.Diraixaea.ktroneef tlieirp. lht theaerident n the result of froft mrntatlvrt ia Congfem from the etUe of Ttnnm- negfert nd rarrlfnfM on the part of the mt, dkd at the iMtdence of Mr. Maiwy, mm- PHo1 ha ,,e the time, fiankim ea Sunday the S7th ah. j ' h7 ,,, ,na' ' Swallow tln.rk f ... hewat going at Uie rate of fourteen or fif- Wuuala D. Moatir, furamty of Ilia lw? mi'f ,n h"ur5 nd from two and at one time Baeakar of the Senate, bae' Wa aonloated by the Leeofbra party ia Flori-U . t!i .V... i a thru canJUate for Gonmx. A few wcrki aiiwe we itemed a Idler from a r4Ma Indiana, eachmiif abOtofBionryi 'V ,, V i V- i "7 'wwman l friend M KAWt J' i t j- i L ,ny occur iromanrecrtdent to aiicb boat; wI wm formerly of thai eawrty. He bad bee. j lhat ipirituout lk,or lU U f o!d a aubamVr fcr many yeaia kfee and after hi. ,lwwf(j p board any ateambnat nevigal- in Imliaiia, but fiir arioue reaaoaa, ing the Hudaon: andtliat in eeerf tuil in- among wlikb wea hia fathng eyesight, be dierow. entuted to recover damagep retultingfrom tinurd the pafer, and now, after the lapee of thwe an are ident. the burthen of proof ahall be or four yeara, be "wwhea to renew hi acquaint' thrown upon the defendant, anre with the RecoeJei." We are alwaya pleae In a recent report the Secretary of Slate eJ to receive auWriben; but there waa aoniething e lima tee. the total number of panprra in peculiarly flreaant in the receipt of thie letter. . the State of New York at 20,114, who We added a paying auhacribrfto eur CaV-Rot a1 r n annnal expense to the Common new friend, but one who bad Wag ! aa' ( Pit hundred thnnaand dollars, opportunity of judging u and who by this top or Uiianumber about one-halt are foreign haa manifested bia approbation of our eourae, and . er ' Ua, eafa. be pUee. Po our Ulut mHe ( Af we $ff than thus we were informed of the good health of $hjrn , iwt , f f f 28lh Jnj our fnrnJ, and of the hih esteem in which be ia from Washington, in lhi Slate, which beU by tho amftnjwhom he U aprnding the ,utei that the large awempa in Beaufort, evening of bia daya. May he be long apared to Tyrrell, and Hyde COUntiea were on fire, rtie eommunity in which he tire and may hia life The letter goes on to eay, that there were be one of eae and comfort to hlmarlf, aa well aa two whole families burned up in Tyrrell, vncfuliiM to othcra. one of the families consisting of a man, hia wife, three children, and three ne NxwsrAren ScBwairTioxs. Tie new 'groes;tht oilier family' eaya the writer, Postmaster (aeneral has prepared instruct " I did not learn how many'were burned, tions to deputy postmasters, under the ! The whole woods are on fire." We sup new post oflice law, which goes into op-' pne we ahall hear more of this matter be cratmn on the 1st of July next. 1 he lim-: itation of the franking privilege of post master haa cut off the usual mode of tmn mittiujr subscriptions to papers. The fol- lowing method is therefore substituted, by the Postmaster General, a provision for He transmission of money much prcfera-. Me to that now in use. ton up to the 19th inst. " Money fr newspaper subscriptions,! President Anson Jones has issued his not exceeding 10 in each ease, may be proclamation convening Congress on the paid to a Postmaster for the purpose of iCth day of June, to take into considera bemji paid to the publisher of a ncwpa , tion the proposition of annexation, per at any other office. The Postmaster The Civilian and Galveston Gazette is, in such caw, to give to the persons pay-' makes the following remarks upon the lug the money, a receipt therefor, and to subject: advise forthwith the Postmaster who i to j We regret to learn, which we do from pay said amount of such deposit. Upon the National Register, that the United presentation of this receipt, the amount is states Minister has submitted to this gov to be paid over. The Postmaster receiving eminent the bare proposition for annex the amount is to debt himself therewith atjon. contained in Mr. Brown's resolu in Ins account, and the Postmaster paying tin, Mt. Polk as well as Mr. Tyler con- mat amount is to credit himself therewith . in his account of contingent expense.' Gen. Jackson.- Information has been received in New York from the Hermit- aic that on the 1 1th int. Gcn.JJackson wa prostrated uy a severe auacs o ins . disea-e. To use his own words" I am J wasting awav like a taper but this mom tng I lay at t' e last gasp." One of his lungs is entirely sone. DIVISION OF THE M. E. CHURCH. metian Congress. The vote in the annual conferences of- That Texas will accept the propositions the Methodist Episcopal Church to ic- of the government of the United States, cind tka restrictive rulo, so lhat the pro-! there can be no doubt, if the state of pub pcrly of the Church may be divided, is ' lie opinion there is correctly represented lint t some of the Southern papers say . by the proceedings of a portion of the pco that division will take place nevertheless; pie nt their public meetings. nd on the other hand it is currently rc-j Mexican I)tpatclcs. We learn, says ported that some of the delegates to the the Houston Morning Star of the 19th, that Louisville convention have eenmssed the1 nnr irnvemmnnt lias received coinmunica- mtciUion of voting in favor of postponing me question until the next General Con frroitcc. 4V. J. Com. .'Ut IMPORTANT IP TRUE. The Baltimore Patriot of May Istquotes an artrclo from iho New York Commer cial, which says: " It has been rumoured in Wall street this (Wednesday) morning and yesterday, that tho result of the President's delibera tions with his Cabinet, on the Oregon ques tion, was a determination to follow th ex ample of the British Government on the Mill Uuality eej ae&J. f --ij . Lea iLt Jliaif tee is Ua ntmed-i Mr. Cairo- J t ).,,. o, is tb eearxMo, tLe mq of tactic iwuiigusu jeaoer u iLe Daawratie pa ty. U e lave net Leea able to trace Ve ruraoe to any authentic socrce. cd it it e ry potable that it las to other fsn!t2oa tsa ice acore cf ditn -h;-b a rmia a lira VLt taiBC Of Cm ft re atmmm. nijjnmcr. I Vim . I G i lif . 8locLtof, ftoo Hampton Koad. or Satorday wiJ, sealed onWfor ulfcf Mexko. T. 8. ship Maee- V.w 'k i ono Raro, on the uiu u'sir kraut, Ccw Leuii.trriredtNew York on S' turdy from St. Helena, - The entire t'nitrd States force ia Use Golf of Mexiea will ooa be fu!Sov: Sliip aratnfa. " 2tt m Hup 8t. lf jr, Urij Pmpoite, Frifite ruiomae. Ship Vificenrf , Mip F&Imoutb, Ilrif Somen, Toul uombereffuM 154 New York Ctxmjwndtat of tl Ntt'otuJ IstcW v Xcw Vork, April 27, 184S. The eteetrommittee appointed by eur ' UTr B,"'1'1" comaion U.a taken CP They a7 ,h ho!e Wa(u f the diaaater upon the pilot. A bill aecoBipanjing the report waa in trodorcd by the enmmittee. It rravidea I tti at. m. ..A.K.!Ma..- t a fo:e our next , issue. Wilmington Jour. From the New Orleana Bee. TEXAS. -The steam-ship J. S. Me- : -r a Kim, Capt. Lewis, arrived last evening, brim-in ilntra fmm r:aK.atnn nA tin..a. reivintr it imnmctinabln" to effort the measure under Mr. Iienton a plan. " The Register says that Congress will in due time be convened to consider and take measures to submit to the people, the whole question of annexation in all its bearings." The Register says: - fic otujert of the President is to take such steps as shall not only ascertain the I will of the people, but if they 6hall so re quire, place us in a position for admission I Jntrt thn union, at the nPTt session of the lions from Gen. Austin, by way of Corpus Christi and Bexar, conveying assurance that the new government of Mexico is dis posed to treat with Texas upon the basis of Independence. Similar despatches, we learn, were received from Vera Cruz by the Eurydice, about a fortnight since, and it is rumored that the British Minister in Mexico will soon induce the Mexican go crnment to present definite propositions for the adjustment of all difficulties between the two countries. It is rumored also that our government has answered these com munications, and the despatches for th:s fJJ' m I to Vera Crci Ij a knua tetfel. It k iwt i-.t iul ptojd-jmt cf tU Ut xlcaa gwera. eest wia U received Lera tbocftie aij, 2t ef Jcae, er 1 r iL l d Hlj, LATE JSEVTS rXOM ENCLAXa By tLe adtkea received lr tlie Cakdo Eta, tt tppeara tbt t!e pqsUkmi uiea by lb Preakleat of the Vaistd Uutea ta.re fP -h Orcfoa Ternary, baa awa Leaed a warlike epim ta tie k!stea kf Paiitament. And ao taporuut was tl excilrtaent on this qocauoa, tliat tLe Cale donia w as detained cne day for tie per. pott of brinrbgdcFf aulea to joremmcot rtlatirg to thi -jueeuon. Taa Oaaeo Dt a.rt ta FaanaMsrr. I-ord John RaaaeH esl!e4 the attention of the House to the message of the oew President of the United Sum. in h-h he claims a tide unquestionable to the Ore go territory. He argued at length agroost tliia cLum, and uted bold and etco threat- ecing language toward the United Kiate. - - w. - ' w sarprue and regret at ihe course taken by no,Ie ta ehate, garethe fbU lowing account of the stale of the O.-egon question. In the year 1818 the northern bound. ry of the posaeoions of the United State and Great Britain, eastward of the Rocky Mountain, waa defined. No agree nem waa made aa to the country beyond the Rocky Moantiiini'; but a convention sivu. ed between the two govemmetiu in 181S, wbicn was to conunue ror ten years, gave S right of joint occupation to the aiil.ier ia of each country. In 1824, and again, jn 1828, Mr, Canning made several attempta' to come to an amicable adjustment of our respective rlaims with the American cov. ernmcat. Those attempt entirely-failed. At tlie end of ten years the convention ex pired. A new convention was framed in 1827, which continued in force for ten year, the convention of 1318, with this proviso that the convention of 1827 should not necessarily determine by the lapse of time, but should extend betnd tlic'term of . t .a kb yeara, ana snouia terminate a tier a year notice Lrou either party, when the righto of both should revive That was the convention hich now affected the territory of the Oregon. Mr. Pakenham, 0ur minis ter, had been directed, in 1842. to form an amicable arrangement of the claim of we two countries on equitable term. He read a message of President Tyler, dated the 3d of December, 1843, for the purpose of showing that he had expressed an equal desire to come to an amicable arrange ment. Nay more, on the 9th of February. 1845, about a fortnight before this inaura- ral 'address was i!elivercTj.by President Polk, P.eiident Tyler, in rcDlv to an ad- dres from the Senate of thef United States, e.. r a oking iur uuurmauon rciauve to me ne gotiation pending on thi question with tngianc, I have only to say that, as .he negotiations are still pending, this in formation - mm IU g6Uen CtimdAr. rable progress ha been made in the ne gotiations, which have been earned on in an amicable spirit between the two coun tries; and I hope that it will be speedily brought to an amicable termination." I speaking of the negotiations recently pending, he trusted that they would be re newed. At no very distant period, they would know the result of them. He did not despair of their favorable termination; but if the proposals of the British Govern ment should be njectcd, and no proposals were made by the Government of the United States to which we could accede, he should not object, on the part of the Government, to lay on the table all the communications between the two Govern mcnts. He still hoped that an amicable and equitable adjustment oi the claims of the two countries might be made. He must, however, express his deep rogtct that, while the negotiations were still pend ing, the President of the United States should, contrary to all usage, have refer red to other contingencies than a friendly termination of them. (Hear, hear, and cheers.) Such an allusion was not like ly to lead to such a result as the friends to the real interest of both countries desir ed. HeresTettcd not only , the allusion. but also the tone and temper in winch it was made. As the subject had been brought undct discussion, he felt' it to be his duty, on the part of the Government, to slate, in language the most temperate but at the same time the most decisive, that they considered that we have a right to this territory of Oregon, which is clear and unquestionable; that we desire an amicable adjustment of the differences between our selves and the United States ; but that, having exhausted every effort to obtain it, if our rights arc invaded, we are resolved and prepared to maintain them. MEXICO AND TEXAS. The Voz del Pueblo at the 5th instant contains a considerable portion of the me morial addressed to the Chamber of De puties by Don Luis Cuevas, Minister for Foreign Affairs, on the subject of the an nexation of Texas. We have been struck on its perusal by the comparative mo deration of its tone, and by the ingenious array of argument in favor of the pecu liar views put forth. He frankly ad mits that a war with Texas presents pe- culiar difficulties which merit grave con- stderation before the Republic determines upon a series of barren sacrifices. The population of Texas, he argues, is entire ly foreign; they have no sympathy with the Mexicans, and their political, social, and religious principles are entirely oppo site those of Mexico. To attempt to an nihilate such a people, or induce them to abandon their territory, would be little less than absurd. To believe that Texas could continue united to Mexico, would be an inexcusable error. No power within the scope of Mexico could accomplish such a &ur Robert Peel, after expresiinr buiiinterrourse. llaUr. TI tliaa cfTexis' telf;.eir6re fv n ccao- bu ta f ue Km t'cera'a rve a) axe ee ry teriuca. eottmed as ie aetl a ;se;ia k the iateji-, tad wiJj tLe jtet ke Jy expiee4 drui'aauoa to a ij war ea iSt KUmjtlmrt. tel tlee tee extrraes are Kaaaiely eof tie c ts j potsu io be eoMidcti Tie fruaaciif with wfekh t??e Uekd FLtea Goveremect per mtt ita o'-Vct f ndl loo a, and tl.ere ran be but t:le i!tlt tlkt iLis re-tcioo will eUimatcly u j-larr. Usder U ee cir eunatances Ut rrrefmitkm the iadepea drare cf Tex anay be sieved asagrne ahercative; ad it suerfcs attetstioo, teracte it nay en-UiUtxico ki p retnt annex lion to frurju the iarorp ratica iihia lr ean otaia cf Amrriraa terriiory. Tbe memorlt!, tlenfure, orgests a w'f tialio wuh Texas, acd tboigb it does not say a hat is to be the tail cf seen ne gotiation, tie! hole eepr and tenor cf the reasoning leal to the inevitable ronducioa Uiat the indtvendecce of the ) ourg Re public ia to Le the eubjeet of diplomatic tsirMm. 9m tna The tncmirial is rerr Interertinr. and j but for its exWme length we wocldtrana- Ar it to our dJumn. The brief summe ry we bate gjvrn will neterthelm furnuh an idea of ii general t hsratter. CVr Oiltant .Ve, Jfpriltt. TIIC OKCGON QUESTION. hea an.' heir to a proper y attempt to forestall te results f lime and kill his relation to $iir an immediate possession, an inlignan community stamp its burn ing brand trpr.n bis folly and erime. Our halA In rnV-rn t irotri.n tnmv tiav less srutli irl it. but not lea lollv. We rnn the Iiazards of war, and a'l ihe mise- riei which -r bring with it, o get imme diate possession of that which time must inevitably make our. Nine or tea Americans to one English man are now settling there; when, there fore, the populaiinn of lhat country shall reach fifty thousand, forty-five thousand will be 4.mer ran; when it shall reach a hundred thousand, ninety thoarand will be American. Now, does any man in his sober senses believe that these ninety thousand are going to take their nt ons of civil freedom and of civil government from the remaining ten thousand! Doe any man believe that these ninety thous and will forget their lineag. lose their sympathy itlt republican institutions, and swearalleginnce to the British Crown! There is juM about as much danger that the people f Maine or Vermont ill go over to Great Britain as that the people of Oregon will. It is a slander on their in telligence and love of freedom to predict such a result. All, therefore, that we have to do, in order to come into secure possesion of Uregon, is to let Iter alone. I ime will make her ours, without any fighting eith er with coose-auills or tuns. She is bound to us by ihe great laws of affinity and avmnj.thy.laws wbiclt can be defeat ed only by rashness and folly. She will come into our arms just a n'utiirally and ineytably as vapors rising op from the sea, floating off to distant mountains, and there becoming condensed into showers, return it exulting streams to their pan nt ocean. But suppose worst comes to worst, and we have to fight for Oregon; even in lhat event the longer we put off the conflict the better tor us. With ninety thousand American there and ten thousand Eng lish, or one hundred and eighty thousand Americans and twenty thousand English, who ean doubt what the isue would be! We ean see reasons why England should wish to push this matei to an issue now, but none why America should, unless it bethat(lotpnr-ambilion which overleaps itself and f lis on the other side. AioriVi Jmtrkan. OUR UNIVERSITY. 77ie riftuth Annivtriary ComMtnte vientof this flourishing Institution, takes place, as our readers wi'l perceive by the usual advertisement in another column, on the firstTuesday of June next, and we learn from a reliable source, that the business and exercises of the occasion will possess unwonted interest. The public exercises of Commence ment week, will be opened on Monday night, by a smnon to the Graduating Class, front the Rev. M. A. Gilchrist, of Fajelteville. 'I he first Anniversary Meeting of the Historical Society of the Universil) , w ill be held on Tuesday after ward, andjthe night of that, and the follow ing day;' will be given up, as heretofore, to the competitors in declamation, selected from the Freshman and Sophomore Clas ses. The Oration before the two Literary Societies, will be delivered on Wednesday forenoon, by the Rev. Mr. Thomas F. Davis, of Salisbury. The Alumni Asso ciation will meet in the afternoon, and remove the remains of the Late President Caldwell, from the Grave Yard to their final resting place, at the base of bis Monument, erected by lite Trustees in the Campus, when an appropriate discourse will be pronounced. Thursday will he Commencement day, and will present the uual variety and at tractions. To afford the Board of Trustees every facility for conference and consultation on the many important subjects claiming their consideration, permanent arrange ments bare been made for their accommo dation, in a body, with board, lodging, &.c. &c., of oil such as may attend, out of the general contingent fund of the In stitution. , The first Public Examination held at this place, was on the 13th of July, 1795. and although the lapse of half a century may now find among the living no mem ber of that first Class to answer to his name upon the calling of tit rolIt yet ma- f f I fti.ufhUi Ahri w-ie ue aext ih trmk i4 if eirp-.J m. utl&a la tleie aawwat sad I-Ue4 Alas M"1 rtg ittguttr. . J'Tbeaabt we tew m aatmlee f tba bmI rbawtltios. baa an at eur iwywwd ki lew-eoxra. IXtaiM Jaaara, tU T.a CkA as-a ww m SMmgtmt. Ltomttk, last sur.f&er tS Lortifuro t rrt were perfectly fiirioca egaiaet t!e bigs fur lor sajirg that TrxubettM-lf did aot know tLe amount tf Iter debt. Tie Texas pa pet new admit that tbeir Gorererceat is aiieily ia tie dark epea tltat as! jeet. So it now turvs cut that the U. State Loro fcros were ta fivocr of the asannsp-joa of an tiLknowa amc-unt of debt. . Lsui$eWt J atmef. MARRIED, ta tU eocatr, aa the S Uujbo. b Waa. A. Lea, cao Uu Joasea Taowas la Uiea tkaa Kauaius. Ia tlia eoeaty, ea Taeaday evening laat, by Waa. Lipacomb, e, Mr. Wtaur Rasatt to Mm Maa v CaaaiscT. daecbter ef Mr. Jaa. JL Cariiof tt. - la Wilrcuiftoa, ea the 54 ib nit, by ia Ree. Ik. Daae, Dr. Pma M. Wats aa to Miac Maa oaatr Lt,dangLt-vef let in Laur.eaa. Ia Nevbenaoa the SfJt uhirno, by Jea C. Steven-xsn, ej, Mr. CaaitTerata DraLtr, of Jones county, to 9&as Pcaaa Jaaa, daugbler of Mt. Z. Blade, eq, of the txma plare. Obifunryv IM, ia tlua place, ea WcdueadaT the 23d ulL of croup, Jaasa CaaisTxaa. aca of Mr. Jobs Cbrittoiaa, aged 19 tnondia. Died, ia Raleigh, oa tba ISth ult, Mr. Va cs Baiur, tato of this count, a stoat worthy and ferpectable men. ' eis A IfMtin. rt .t,. I Tn. rnce HocK-ty will be bU in the Metf-o. ff Sua..fW,u,! fl""4) tight, Both La?ic and Gentleman are invited to attend. MEDICAL. rRS. Long & XoriTOOd having aeao elated litcmaehee ia the practice of Medi cine in ita varioua branches, will devote their time exclusively to the duties of their proie4on; and when not proieanonalry engaged, may be found at Iheir Shop, east cf the new Court Houee. May 1. ...... . t , 7&- Mew toB?c J ST OPEIN IiD. THE eubaeribera intend keeping constantly on band at their New Flore, east of the Court Houae, a large lot of Dry Goods, such aa Callkoa all all pneea; a handsome aaaon incut of Bonnete end Riblns: Canibricka and Muslina ; lloairry of all kinda, Glove. Sewing cilk, 1 uclt ana bum Uomb. tied Ticking, Apron Checks, l.awn. Ac. for Ladire' fine dres-ee, Bon net Cape, Artificial Flowers, Oil (Silk. Panaol and Umbrella, Fane, Linen Cambric Handker chief, Bleached and Unbleached Cloth, Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Flax and Cotton Thread. Coat and rentaloona Cloth, Trimming of all kinds, and many other articles in the Dry Goods line. HARDWARE. Mowinir and Cradling Bladca of the very beat quality; Kails, Pots, Ovens, ftktlleta, Shovel and Spade. Chisel and Augrra, Hammer and Gian ' blcta, Hinge and Screw, Shoe Knivee and Awl Blade, Weeding Hoc, Knivc and Forks, Pock : et Knive and Scissors, Trace Chain and Curry j Comb, Stock and Pad Locks, Tea and Table , v-wat aiiu aaatasij wuvi eaa tinv- Un VUUUICIIITU GROCERIES. The very best Green and Black Teas, Sucar and Collee, Pepper and Alspice, Molaaaea and Salt, Ginger and Ktcc, Cattile and other Soaps, Powder and Shot, Flower and Meal, Iron and Steel, Porter, Lime Juice, and Raisin, Sperm and Tallow Candles, and a number of other article in the Grocery line. DRUGS. Epsom and Glauber Suite, Allan and Care, phor, Opium and Sugar of Lead, Cream of Tar ter and Magnesia, Brimstone and Annetta, Calo mel and Rhcubarb, Quicksilver, Oil Vitrei amlj Anniforti. Wtitoo Tjirl unit YpIIiiw (Vtir Ttnl I I,ead and Litharge, Linseed and Tanner'a OiL l.nmn ninr k n.l Snsn sh Hrmn Wiiulnnr ni ' and Putty, Mustard and lVutmegs, Logwood and Giuc, Muddcr and Indigo, Varnishes of all kinds. Ink and Ink Powder, Camwood and Copcras, and all other Drugs usually kept in this place. CROCKERY. Common and Liverpool Plates, Common and Liverpool Teas, Dishes, Bowles, Mugs,. Pitchers, and Tumblers, Tea and Cream Pot, Ewers and Basins, and many other article in the Crockery line. TIN WARE. Wash Pans, Milk Pans, Dippers, Coffee Pots, Cups, small and large, &c &e. All of the above Goods will be sold low for ; cash, or on a credit to those who will pay when called on. 03 The Common Country Trade ; will be taken in exchange at the market prices. The subscribers intend to nse every mean in their power to please all who may favour thein with their custom; and as their Goods were bought for cash, they think they shall be able to sell at aa low price as can be bad in Hillsborough. Call and see for yourselves. A. MICKLE & CO. May 8. 76 Spring & Siiinmer Goods. CHEAP FOR CASH ! i Tames & John II. Webb RE now receiving their stock of Spring and Summer Goods from the Northern markets. They have made extensive purchases, and have selected their Goods with care; they have no doubt therefore, that they will be able to please. They have for Ladies' Dresses, Balzorines, Lawns, De Lanes, dec, of new and very rich patterns, and handsome French and American Prints; for Gen tlemen, a variety of Staple and Fancy Goods. They have just received Rio and Laguira Cof fee, Porto Rico and New Orleans Blown Sueors, and Woolsey's Patent Loaf, Crushed, and Pow dered Sugars. ' A lot of School Book on hand, cheap for cash. They respectfully invite their customer an & friends to give them a cauv April 18. - 72 BLANKS fu icfc onAt OSce, f, I rayed, TEOJi U miil. a 4m 1Mb tiipi. a ttgyruat.afeej4.il mum atnd U J. j 4u3a lit. md tm a sta3 atat ta btefHTc. t Im baa Ue md Im ihe sttwk as tU eaCr oa tbe rJ Am&ia. A nmmmi.it eewwd i2 fee grm tm lee aViterj ta tae awbambre. Lrieg at aa. arWa aaw awS sear tae L&k Vt Jleetirg borae; ewa ay aa twaaaijaa leapectiai be wi3 e lianifSr wa- 4. W 1IJJAM J. CLAPK. April sa. . Ti iw J. & J. E WeW, IX aAIoioa to thek ereral avk af Cprifcf CmS. ba iwivtd iix aXewica t HaatdiMMe Cal Yrtv Prima. Imrfc Watt ed CvHara and Trivaiaif. ism CeW aaa! Taaw&t. mU Cunp Card. Od r'A New fcrj le of Pafrwtf, Faa, Ham CWh. (fur tX.hu.) E'j and WUa Kattaing Cottoa, Maiiieg Cotton, Vidoria TvJ Pine, t-foet cvaA, Bm Pine. EnUntiia L'onVe Paaa, Mobava Case; Vaai2a Scaaa, fine Cicca Te Strew ludvea, Ac. They bae ako weei-vd a TV of G oaaaa Mewbg and CnjUag BSadea wba they aoU awt apriiif. a i4 abkb gat atarb getanaJ raiia&ctiea. They have a bud a few Taleot Solar Laid Lairpa, -.hk txira ekber Lard er OJ. eriEg pr. baUy eaebilftheerpfaaa of other bgbta. AU one hurel of Lard. AO of ihe aba i3 be aold low fiat raih, or ea a' abort credit to punctual rkalcra. April XX 70 SOW IS TOE TIT K Foil Cheap Goods ouU aimj'ly atate to onr friend and cue toorn, ticl we bate received cur Stick of Spring and Sttiumcr GOODS, eoaMating of a variety of beautiful and farLionaU ateterUle tor Ladiea' aad Geutlemea'a wear, and a general aamtinentefaU the article asually kept in our store. If our fjicrul ih to ircltse ittrgrin, they must give u aa early ca t; aa we think it beet to aeO gooda at a small profit rather than to keep tbem long on hixtL We cnake our notic Im iin.tM A. iimiimuw Owl M m mtrA Ia ti mtimA : W eor.tiave to take all kinda of Produce ia exchange tar ourCoode. E. MURRAY & Co. April S3. 733u Look at This! 1 P yon Uh to buy CooJ cheap, call and ex amine our dock, which ws have just received from New York and Philadelphia. TLi, added to our former atork, makes our aaaertrnent very good. Our Gooda have been (elected with great car aa to etyle and quality, and we are therefore prepared lo otter great inducement to tboa wub- . . i i i .i i t : ma w wuui-. vt nuira nouung in wmjuif that wo are prepared to tell Good aa low sa any house in the county. Call and give ua a trial, and if we don't eU you Gooda cheap, well ac knowledge that thi advertisement ia all a putt rxT" Country Produce taken ia exchange for Good. M'ADOO, SCOTT & CO. Ruffin'e Mill, Orange, April 8. 71 8m STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. 01UXCE COCNTr. In Equity March Term, 1845. WiUium J. Pullman, and othtrt, againat Tlttmcs B. 1'UUrion, and t(hcr$. IX thi case, it appearing to the aatitfaction cf the Court that the defendant, Thomaa B. Fat tenon and Jamea Patterson, (or hi heir, if any.) are net inhabitante of this atato i It ia ordered that publication be made for aix weeka in the Hilkbiv rough Kecorder for said defendant, Thomaa B. ratleraon and Jamea Patterson, (or hia rc preven tative,) to appear on or before the next term of thi Court, to be held for Orange county, at the court-house in Hillsborough, on the second Mon day of September next, and plead, answer or de mur to the petition, or the same will be taken pro eonfeuo, and set down for bearing ex parts aa to them. Given under my hand, at oflice, in HilUbo rough, the second Monday of March, 1646. . - JAMES WEBB, c. sr. c. Price adv. 14 60. 72 6w THE Summer Smion of MR. & MRS. BUR WELL'S SCHOOL will open on Thurs day the 22d of May. Terms aa heretofore, payable in advance. April 30. 74 THE Summer Session of the aubscri ber'a Select School, twelve miles from Ililla f borough, will begin on the- twenty-third of May, : "1U euu on iu Biauxiuu m wwr. W. J. BINGHAM, Prix. Hillsborough, April 8. 70 3ve rXjThe Raleigh Register and Standard will insert once a week for five weeks. Stray Filleys. Strayed from the subscri ber on the 5th instant, two bay FILLEYS one large of its age, the other of common size; both about two years eld: the smallest j one has a small star on the forehead, snip on the rewal$ witi be given for the delivery of the Fifteys to the subscriber, living one mile east f M v.tA hri,l. nn the Hillsborontrh loai an,i ..v information respecting them will be thankfully received. JAMES MELV1N. 74 3wp April S6. Balm of Columbia, FOR THE HAIR. BALDNESS cured, certainly and effectually. The reputation of an article b established, not by extensive advertising and puffing, but by its known virtue and intrinsic value. The courso of the Proprietors of tho " Balm of Columbia," has been in accordance with the above fact. They have endeavored to eive to the Public an article with which the user would be pleased aad satisfi ed. It is well known to those who use this pre-' paration, that it keeps tho hair from falling out, restores it on bald places in a wonderful degree ; making tho hair perfectly soft and glossy ; and, wnat is ol equal interest, keeps it entirely free from dandruff; in fact, a continued use of it pre vents entirely an accumulation of JandrmfT. This old established remedy for baldnesa, at now for sale m this place by D. Ileartt, of whom the ge nuine only can be had. And by Dr. ' Jamea Young, Oxford, aod J. & R. Sloan, Grecnsbo- rough. Sold, wholesale, by Comstisk dt Co SI Cortlandt street, N. Y. April 8. 71 Job lr in tins EXECUTES AT THIS OFFICE.