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CaUa. tk taaeutauea, eaa tu Laws Ik toaardtaasef ear UIrty. ' S2D Hi S3 O S Cggg o '. " ,' ret coxlttw, r fir. Itobcrt C. Bond. : -, ' f Halifax, c , ..,.., 7 . -.a'rj J.titljtUUi tirr,Xtt ;i:Jfr w:j trlaiva. trl h U'.ttJ are :re-- y irprmej (ny lit i. Y j iLtiia ruedit LuJ fe veaUU BeJ. tWer rt Tul3j Ul) ih lit iJra 1 la late arrest 9 w Ut'r rrerited Pitt I t ae?t.ct f U, by C-f !' Crt i from B&esc Ayr (Job to tt 54 tf f rrau'r rr-ru.tJ. Amit; U ai Mty) kj is tk rspctuioa lhst d war aw ib tMitJisg crsvwyra U arm re eve ihavssaj di's and lb m tcry li ft esitaaat ewsirk'er ig the a&oem of t 'JUe nutter m the grottn!tL L U tiUff i tt Mii'lioa and half. . Add to ihi three rtliWes. fur tf good drttreyed. and tk loa (Al iWl f 6e nit au. We art lfP7 ta add that prokatir atae teeth f this Iom " pa atrnof vrakh who wi3 in no w.y tEe from it ILt Insurance Companies ran pay. sad their sick inc 1835 has b beta held by, widow aad orphans, but by teea af Urge means. be rtHii.i cuunl m n K a lew ihanjs ia -r A saaiatirf af tk If jruOrt.it tt ikk aw'y a ia4 lWy f b., t f ninf Urf e pre cniuro. The TUB flBES OF 1MX We i! n.t rrmembe r ever to he V.rarJ BaaiMM & tM in, h feeattpr AeaJa for cf ,0 mmj frrn firti ia any ahoil frikl wtM anea It tem'uuvti ihicnr A 'Uwa cf tW Cr'i.h a4 fffisk Mifiia tffi, la h tu ttemd flat th iaterfe msce m act W t eUxine4 fcj autre, tkt ffiat4 icprniualoa wljrt j. . " ' -' "" " " ' """ s ' ;I foxitmox at 5!rsEfHi. Wecniiff. fd a few cayi sicra U.e fe'joutioecl aC I'bia oa tLe 4 a icatard. atd ii cljeel f wch arv ta prcrcot Wrtrni ana SouLh-Wcatrni intemrt. T)t rtpreafo- ttbca (mm tha nrttem Sutra htirv ao partial it waa dtWrmlacd act to art Coallr upen any of the quratlont alicbccac l .-- a . . a ai u.ia cntturr. bui 10 oeirr aaca action ta a lutait esreiine. wakh ia rrtoramtnd ci for the J2ib of Norouber crxt. Coirmiurea wet appointcJ, viJl a tirw ofmalirrtjjoria to the a?jonraea meeting h Noreiulrr upon the frllosing let feet,. wl.Uir; -t r! In mrc:!i ,, tie a rr. Y eea t i&J l',4 ef Urasl IJa j tin p a ittarkkCf wiJi a aostUrd be tfila ike raal af Uta rVa- Foe tb-ea fcar( Vh la Let were aa anrr but, 4id .kertsf la htt Au'.tnt bor. aaJ ta l-fc, t U 114 ili.U urliiif f WlrUe tcia ef !ar fr3 1 a Ca rat f ket tt en at the were abaaJafije tLrir o l rfra.'f ; -... , " , f llKEi!E COURT. - 1 ' Tl c f '.!oa ia Oinioet ta bee a Urond by t!ia Court, liae oer last tf pom: 1 , v ,.- j By Hrrrr:, C. J. la Saie r. IIppia. from Bekcombe. Jec!axicj that tfcrra i co rrre, tu tht j.dfcrot b kw, ' - t i AUa, ia liiih.m r. llaaulKHu iron !Jrrln, aSra-h he judjinrni below., AUo, ia Gdiiion t. Aranoy, tVaca Sorry, aJEiminj the jatij-arnt below. A!', ia Fro. 1 1. Ha land, fiota Bab- OB.aSrtnf tha judgreent Mow. AIo. - Dufly t. Atari t.frurn Uatlnw, !'iiin n amenJuieat. nJ dirrrtinf a4 iLit U ifr rttJ f rejrti i ta iLe ITa awr, ...... MASB1CD, Ia &m we, ca TLnty tu ti tkAu4 Caaaraas ta Urn Eixaa Aaa Ca.araaa, On the toilttary and naVal rrfocrrea f ;jwt f iia rlaintiff acb pxty to Liverpool I Ii f time aa hate happened a this ru?tU The Dra;&l-AMutuia ueounb ,tonfX g ji., of(he lote, uperirnctd, ia Idw thk. seUio haa Wea reCwab by t &9 ntiet in bicb thry OCevned. i qxtd ahef of raia, anJ there ia a fck pwrctj f aboaJaat crop of eora, jet the draught etJWj 6ai JUtrlajlj prevail ia hvya dkricla ta fyt tcrnth a-tJ '" 1 Ira e hat bad susraca , LrJ ahowcr rtu4 Wt, aad ia ataaa ne ljU. od. tb. em haa Urn rrtTJ and iB BiAe a gooi jirll; but &e ahctwen hae beea tenendly o Eght aatado h'tle (ood, and Cie apritic eea Lfl'j. ta dry ai4 tht cB U Cid. and atrca.ua ara aa Ww that taM af our auU hart aU fa r?cali'.nj of Cit ij aal hot 'weather, tha , DiinUa RsyiUt of Friiiy 14 eaje, without i murh rab ia a few da; a, but htuc com wUl be llrbdea. 'lt:bjrf, !.iirAn. Conn., FreiuilJe. : Q'ifUer, -Mitiuzae, New York. ; Tolal ' ' t2.000.CC0 i" 3,500.000 ( .; , soo.coo ! , ooo.tioo ; 7.500,t00 1.000,000 , 6.000.000; S21.000.0001 the MiaaUrif pi tsliry, and iia ability to create and aactaaa a aieaio tauitary ma riarv .t . ; Oa the iroprpTeracnt of the Ohio rirrr, and on the rubjrrt of a free canal at the fails of the Ohio. rr On the imprmetnent of the Mitfttaipp rier and its tributaries, . .- ..,,' ' On t Western National Anr.ory.' On a National shin canal, to connect i... .... u t . ,, ; , ... -j Hy Daxixu J. ta Dairy mple r.Car y, in Equity, fiua Jlloorr, dsrrctir.j a refer eara.: i '- . - A!o, b !!lhnc!r. Crw, from tlay wood, reterrinf tha j augment, and re snaudtec the rauae, . . Alt, ia Rallaia r. MjuLhr. fr'ra Clj!uhJ.inrals UteinJiientbaSo AUo. Stae r. Ingram, intia An.on; the Miasi?ipfi ih the Northern bkaa. jt!pn rere'raf.!, and rraire tit nctO ,Un the mail route on the Western ni I This arrffate sorpaiae tha loas by the great tire in thi city in 1833. Then aSiut f-JO.OOU.OOO t( property was de. ttroyed, . - A'. K IlcratJ. , Oa a mnitary road through the public Tj IU aOirmirs the j- dnu nt below, lands in the Souihwrst. i l',r ?v v. Dudley, K.rii ..TKa Ifnitmt Ktatea .team fri. gathered b Cat remand la any cant a4 rrineetont Commander Fifdcrick En. aa M thaa half of Ai uwal crop can U reaped, . K,t; omiAglB h and U n.. , Ia icw of Cl aejKitr, and lb eateat of tiia dnMght, tba Reporter a aa to aayt We hraroft-reat digress in tha eountry S QtH of as. From this pUe to Georgia, the prospect i gUniy in the extreme. Tha peoplt hiee in carry their gram from 43 t 80 itiilr n to mi!!;'and their fear is that they wdl have none to rind aext year, - ' We tegret U learn that there are per sons nrt filiy mil-a ' from Pantill wlni htrtnj hundreds of barrels of Corn toaell, refuse to part with a bushel, until they cat ascerUn to wlwt extent the crop mUI be ahort-ned. They hae Hosed their doors as wrtt as their hearU to the tourh ing appeal of their poor neighbor; and aamnire like are preparing to suck the ken in coal, provisions, ic. is tolcive the Philadclphta Nary Yard today JJuly for the Gulf of Mexico. She has been fitted out a week sooner than expected. 1 he United States ship John Adams, Capt McCluncy, sailed from New York on Friday for the Gulf of Mexico, with suPDlice for the souadron. f he aurreyinjj brig; Washington drop ocd down from the Brooklyn Nary Yard on Thursday night, and now remains off . a a .a the battery, under sailing omers tor trie Gulf of Mexico. She wiU leare to-day probably. iiof. inltl. - Ttit IH'wtbaeo huliant.-Aecotinta br war of Pubaaoe. lowaTerriton-, rep resent that Gor. Dodge, of Wieconsin, On reclaiming the submerged grounds along the margins of tha Weatem rivers. On the growth or cotton. . On mmufactoring at the Soutit. ' J On the completion of the railroad from Charleston ta .Memphis. Jathtuie Van. Ul drop of blood from the vein' of the has failed in his efforts to effect a treaty tdow and the orphan. . ; with the Winncbagoea for their country, Wa hire heard of a monster ia Hoet- known as the "neutral ground."' 'Ihc inehain whose granaries aregroaninjon 1 Governor was not authorized to ouer them der the weigltt of hi surplus rain,,who ny other resting place than one south - t.;. .ni.niinn mil ta inn llioirl f tli.uiuri. "rtlch ' die" have doors un il bis neighbors shall be driven hefused to accept onco or twice before. a ihe ncrpi.itr of navinf him nit a dol-1 The Indians told him that ther did not lars ner bairel for Corn. Such a erea-l wih to go west of the'Miarouri rirer. lure should have a brand placed on hi and requestod him to say to their Great forehead tint his chaactcr nay be pro Fatlier that they hopod be wouia not again claimed to all who approach htm. .1 aak tlicni to go, To tha rich who have hearts to feel for - the diatresaed and to sympathize in the TcNxrwcE A eorrepojiderit of ihe woe of their fellow men, (and we rejoice Baltimore Patriot writes from Nashville to know that there are such) the fundi- ihstt'-e Whigs of Tennessee are pretty tion to which their neighbors hare been certain to elect Hon Ephraim II. Foster brought by tha widiholding of the early Governor, have the better chance for the and the latter rain, aAVtda ait opportunity cgil.iiure, and an even one for Con- ofenjoving the "luxury of doing good" gress, where each psrty wi'l have fiva whicn i rareiy prevenieu. i r ciuumriiu i members, wim me sixm uououui, to their especial notice me poor snu uis- tressed, the aidow and the orphan, and all others who need their kind otucea. In view of the prospect before us, wc would say to all our readers, Let brolly . ' ' I .1. -.1 --5 criy luva ami ciiiv uuu, rxj" While putting our paper ta press, a better rain baa fallen that we have had stuce March. From Ihc Chartcaton (Democratic) Mercuiy. he Wahington Union contnuHcts the rumor that Mr. PaVcnham had proposed and Mr. Buchanan had accepted the 4 9 ill decree of latitude as the basis of a com - m. . . i a a promise f the l5ritin ana American elaima to Oregon. We believe it is only by adopting such a emn promise that tne a a awarded, 'Alo, in Tartio'on v. IIaell, fora fm n. fiH... aT..min tit i iiit fin if Ka I1 1 'IH .Ml IMtl'J ,.v J . WW low. Alto, in Cox snd others, suia rs. t. Olltttnrj. D.kd, ta Cm mjt m frij the ttA iaA. Mr. W tujaa Lawa, sea af Kc. EatUd Uva, agod SJ yeaaf. . , , . - ' . t Traaa l! r.eawCa Olsertr. . Xaar LavreaenlSr. of U&aUt Bawkara Tf er, aa tia IC4 iaat, aftot aa Coca, af IS itjs Mass EusasreUfatMmmofXLW. aai M. J. CViktiaa. aged S years I saatabs aa4 days. Kb was remaft aTJa for efriUSbeas aaj iahtO-geaea - ..... . " Ah! Sat sojourner btLw, O why froa brace ao $uflj goaa! ear is tbia world ao ruS of wo, , TaatthMamUrt(uaUiiMarJjbM! Tala world, how trsuxkst it irsjey !uWrtsrc)caLUeadiarau; V Cut watts fas gam Iton's ao aUcyj A ( Wba wdd ot das tU thiaa to gaial ' Here Bibet, tla roe, Carewt aicg 1 be dear IMtfioti" dyinf km; i Our aorga aatka Leaven's bigb astaes ocg. And u-a cl IU U ail aUva.. Tbca eeaaa t iadi tka (aSine; tsar, ' - I now with Jeaua ear daeU; . ' If joa wry praaeadlj t-ut tetr, iVta'd surely aay tbst all is wcS. ,( , , "Now let each fumiw'd chars be dry. " And tba EedeemcT's grace adore; , Kooa aball vou eaouct iih roe oa high, ' To ting asd f ruse, sad part no mo ." Cemmvnietlei O tTr at atAaivtd ta t rMcaw-r L'c JCLN C.tII-IXAiSDaaaesto Lt tla (Saaf CVrk i &a CWj tmA Ot.n i,lrc. U-w la Afffv kI- C? Wa aiw tm'hm-dmi U aaaawawo Km. JO crrjl C KOSWOOD aa a eaa&daat fa sba aCca af Ciet as tba Coustr Caaat af Otaafv at CU siaclii ja ta At fa aeai. ,,. ' CT W aaa aaflWti 1 1 to a lOcaea Ccsv KV tT.rn AUl0?f aa a cunLJ-W t tbaafica af CVrt ef U Cuy CWt of Oraatgc, af tba alsrtioa ia Aagwa aeat. : ,"' sssBBaaBBaBBWsaaa C7 Ws ara aa&sdatd ta sawawttca Mj. Ed WIN A. KEAfTT at a eaadJaat t lim affos ef Clark af tba fkrri-r Court far tba cauaiy af Orange, at at clrcU.a as Aagwa acaU CJ We sra actboriatd la aasaaaea M&SIC17. AK) M. aa a raadlkto far lbs affir. tf CVik af tba Superior Cowit far the eouaty of Oraaga, at tba elaetiaa ia Acgraw aext. Caldwell Institute. WOHK3 OFXATVKi-Insstateof health tba inteatinal canal roav be compered to a rim whose waters flow over the adjoining land, through tlic rhannrti watim ar ait Lai made, and in: prove Marks and oth- rs, from Mecklenhorg, ' their qualitkat snd to keep up tba eomparUon ef AncxtrANS tx Cuixa.A wonderful change has come over the Celestials. In stead ot shutting themselves within impe netrable secrecy, tnd scornfully looking out upon a world of Babarians, they are inviting the people of other nations to come among them, and offering to mission ary enterprise aa fine a field ol hope as is to be found any where, A letter from one of the Bay list missionaries at Hong Kong says: Our plan is (il proposed in the preli minary arrangements) to remove to Can ton. Bro. bhuck rocs next week in the hope of hiring a suitable house for our re sidence, at some distance from the facto ries, in the midst of respectable Chinese stores and dwellings. The Deacon of our church, who was formerly a merchant in the part of the city to w hich we wish to go. says there will be no difficulty in our t -.i.t. fi.:.rj I- reSKIIPH Ulrim. nu uiai limtiy til ma uieiiua have repudiated idols and are desirous to hear the Gospel preached. He is quite delighted at the idea of our going, and we place some dependence on his opinion, as he is well acquainted there, is a middle- aged man, and intelligent and judicious, lie is a warm hearted, active Christian, goes from house to house, and preaches the Word everywhere, and is often invited to speak by the missionaries of the A. B. C. F. M., which he does heartily, not caring where the congregation may be, of how often he is called upon, if he may but pro claim the good to-le, or doctrines. I.ae-sin- sanir. our teacher, is also a Canton man. affirming the judgmmt bel AUo, in I " lesree of hir at law 'of Nee J .am r. Branson, from Randolph, re aming the judgment for tba plaint'ff. , ' Al-o, tu Graves' adm. t. Herd and oth ers, from Caswell, reversing the judgment below, and rendering judgment fur the plaintiff, tbc rier, so long sa it runa oa smoothly the cban- fccb are kept pure and beattoy, out u vj mumm mum tha course of the river is stopped, Utea the water in the canals ia no longer pure, but eoon be comes sutnant, There ia hut one ltw of eireu- Ution in nature. When there is a superabun-1 danee of humorial fluid fteroaitv) ia nal tubes, and costiuneas takes place, it Howe back into tha blood vcfscla, sad infiltrates itself into the .circulation. To eaUbluh tha tree courts ot H'UZ aeat seaucsi of tba Caldwc3 lattktfe, -- aadrrtbacanUlha ftoatvtrryef Orange, wI3 eoaaarcra aa Wedaeaky tba fub cf Jul Beat, in tba Iowa of UUUorevgh, tswaiea ikwe it aaa bees removed, aad wUl ciott aa 1'nd.y tLe Zetb of Moveadr next. The Farutty of iba fVbacl ronwa. of tba llrv. ALCXA.NLLR WTtSO.X. IX IX, IWkatu4 rrofeator cf tba Oiwl Language aat Ijteratute; RALm U. CRAV, A. M, Frolraior of Ma thecMtica and Nttcral Itulo-othyi aad the Err. JOHN A. EINGHAM, proW af lbs tata Laaguaga and Liuratsrr. Tuitioa Fee, per srawkti ef ceerly fire aaoatbt. U ltd. Tba pore af Board, every Ibuur fuund. will vary frcai f t la f 10 per anoua. JJy aruer or the Board of Trustees N. II. HARDING, S rpmdeBl of the Board. (Consul. Xmt'RT LACY. C JOUN W. ORVC0D, J June IT. 61 ITISECiEjIS .'SOUrOOH's) . HILLSBORGL'Cir, 1?. C4 SIXCE tha Caldwell loMituta has been lorat ed at HilUiorough, tha setaioBS of MR. dr MRS. BI RU ri.l.N ftriinnr ;n i .i.i Saeati. to eoneipond with those of lbs laathute. The Br NasH, J. in Si te on therelationof remove the option, whkh Dickson c. Eskndg, fr m ( 'Lai eland. aCrroing the judgment below. Also, in Wheeler v. Dunn, from Lin coln, affirming the judgment below. AIn. in Mclntoeh r. Mclnto-h, in Equity, fr. m Moore, dismisr ing the bill with cost. . AUo, in Wila-ington and Raleigh II. tt. Company r. Robeson, from New Han over, affirming tr-e judgment below. Also, in I.y rely r. Wheeler, in Equity, from Rowan, dirt cling a reference to the Matter. Xfg'uttr. ' Axekicax Ftos. We have had sr'nhin a few days an opportunity of suiting the fiZ orchard Mr. S. Tew.bury, tt P tot Shirley, lie has cultivated tie ng tree with complete success for ten or twelve years part, sod has supplied (io a lioiiied extent, of roorse) frtth Jig$ to some fam ilies in tb ci'y every year. The ueea are bout ie and s:g (eel high, set near to gether, in the shad?, and bear abundantly. In the winter they ate removed lo the cel lar and sre reset in the ground in the spring. Oher tiers are in Urge pou, and also bear ell. Hunker Hill Aurora. Thk Ddua HcMca. The "Charlca- ton Mercury," the leading Democratic organ of the' South, says It wid be seen slop its free course, and urate ot its tributary streams. With the body, follow Jbe.same natt. ral principle remova the obrtreetions from lb boweU. with BRANDRCTH S HUA which neer Iniure. but ara alwaya eflcctual for the per- r . f .1 ehM f 1 1 i a. Jm. mil cmiUinE W in, nncw aw. . - ease. By pcraming in tbia practice, tba wave of tha eiieuktion will then be restored in die full exereite of their natural function, and a stato of health will be firmly eataUihed. Kcmr mber, nev er suBcr a drop of blood lo be taken from you Evacuate the humours as often and as long as they are deranged, or aa long as you are sick. SELLING OFF AT COST ! ! ! roncASH. Circa t Bargains lo be had. THE subscriber having detcrmined.to close bis business in HilUboruugh st the earliest prac tical period, will from and aftcr"thia date, sell bis elegant, and extensive Stock of DRY GOODS AT COST, FOR C1SHOXLY. Ilia aaaortinent will be found very large, cm braciue the ntuxit and mot desirable Gooda,and indeed every article usually kept in esUblithmcnta of the kind. ' He uivites purehaters in the town and country lo frive him a calL ' , Merchants in want of goeds to fill up, will find it ereatly lo their interest to look at bit (rood. P. B. RUFFIN. Julv23. ' 86 and his family now reside in the heart of ; naioncoune mo-, on. ,..n. uu. . s . . ..... I I Ii aa 1a. Kaa kaliaaw alisiA t nnf All hv 111 A lihPra IU tlJ ita tr.sa osvtva' j " " toinofGor. Dorr' from prison. There was some excitement and patrn ttc fury the city within tha walls. Some of our brethren of die Whig press deem it expedient to vindicate the party fiom the charge of disloyalty to the coun ts The Dnrl Wa karn from our exchanges, I nuesli -n can h peaceably seltlcd.thoujh that a duel took place on the 17th iuL, at Bla- ti ii ccrt iin that a treaty framed on that dctubura. between Henry S. Clark, the Democrat- conceion would mee t viol,:; opposition. te candidate for Congress in tha Tarbotough dia- an.l very pr.ss.oiy oe rcjeoeu m.c .;- .-i tt.-. rv ,ti. f th Xrth Itate. me lauern nt. .... .wui, : I. ...... A ... ... .1,,! Pnr...ni K....tl'l,:. TK. Krt, miAnnA aliota. and urinM..f. ..... ""' i- , . c.-:,l ..r . . .h i . nuhilfaa Irue. .a . r I .iii.iiii aa n ant ....-w.,-- than became reconciled by ine inierpowuon f...,!,.. ,,t .um fnend-s neither having .usUmed any personal b f , . . lh JU,T , . . I talk nonsense, as demasoeues always will a w irrr.. vn-t. " . I when they have swing. If they would Great rire In Ikcw lorli. . ,n . ft .. ouile New York has been visited by another! ' n , ipi ,vhr will awiui eomiiagntion, wmcn naa m.u w-. fc lie ,0 it . J:. :.. kucmMi nrt r that ... tJli;U UIBIIIV. lit U UUIIU - I i I ......I . ??SSF?J1 w AnExtensiveflottrmiiUdrivenhysteam u many wh.m.h.. . ,.,.1 MnMo of mannfacturinrr two ixcw ntrect. near tfroauway, un ou.u.uu , - - . . . , . - . . . o ..t i- . unurcu ai u imv uaum v, - "-j l ie lUtii instanianuui nova,!.. - - , . - . . v r.t., the four"Slorj- sperm oil and candle factory ucei. put ...ope aon amr -of Mr. Van Don,.. In orttime it wa, M J' itrsierii v uctiw .i ivi. and the quality of the flour is said to be trv hr9iis it tinea not unite in the matt "'r ., i i "j if ,u .t both sides that our Uay has prouuceii. cry for war with England. If there be ' ' . , anvstronff discriminating icamrcs in mo , .. - . organization, movements, and policy of, d got up by express on ihc occa-ion, and the Editor irjoiced in the material for paragraphs. This is the greatest farce on , inn ilical Dreadful Fire at IndianapcliiOne F-l- .1. r':. 1.. t.... TU intra cf tne -'y ' Wheelin? Times of Monday a week. says: We are indebted to the kindness of our f ost Master lor a sup containing u.e the two great parties that divide the coun try, one ot these Jcaturosisuieuisiinguisn cd lovo of justice, good faith, and good steady protective government on the part of the Whigs, and the blustering, brawling, , ... .. e. . e revomuonary.a.iu ncry ePu . ? "r j informalinn lh,t a very severe fi-e has oc poncnts. tending to j rurre in Indianapolis! la. One third of at home and abroad. W hich of tl.ese par- . n . anJ lh ties deserves the name of the thoroughly " " . . nn .. buil . American, patriotic partywe will not, difficulty. ' . waste wonls to inquire, '.wings unueri- . British induencc not friends to tlicir coun- j V , , , m V try! The descendants ot tno w ntgs ot i arrc nc ... v -i . thought the fire had bc?n subdued, when the flame communicated with an adjoin ing ware-house containing suU-pctre.-c which cxnloded with a tcrnlic- crasii, rax ing a ntnnhcr of ihe adjacent buildings to the ground, and preading the flamo in cv. cry direction. The bre now wateu ionn with rcdoub pd furv. and continued hum . .... . . . U.I.....1 in? until iu o c ock. wncn is was suuuuiu IJurtngita progress it consumed no less than two hundred and sixty eight ware houses, stores, mansions, dwellings, hotels, towl, ..I f - ... n. Haw Ntrpt. "".m.pa, r ,u. ' ...... f h.a .len.rt.irf ltroadway. Exchange Place, uroao, o..utn ,..-of .,. Pommereial llr l' rn - ... i fully equal to the best brauds of St. Lou is. . . ' Mr. CntTTt. bo arrived in New Yrk a few dtvs airo ft-oin Bru-sels, visits the . . w ? . Un tad Sta rs by Uiwcli. t. oi toe ueigian G .vern neut. He is well known for hi iiiiinisunnn pulitntht econoinv ; has lined iI,a n.i uon ol rrlOtor Ol social noun- . . .i U... I...I tl,. ilirciinn nf c.l econ.unv, . f .1 . lw.,k of Ue hiium up to me i his nvsson nas one William. Beaver. State, and othef streets, in the direction of the Battery and the East Kiver. The loss is estimated at between six and seven millions of dollars, the grea ter part of which is insured; but whether . the Insurance Offices will be able lo pay the full amount of their liabilities we are unable to say. The scene of disaster was on oart of the sumo cround, where the Ihe great fire of 1835 occurred, - A num ber of lives were lost, but it has not been ascertained how manv at 1patha!fado-l rlatiftnahetween Belgium and the Unit Sutes, and gcerallv to study the instil... lions af this Republic. iau iniu. . From thk River La Plata. A letter from Rio de Janeiro, under date ot June 9,1. .tut, that information had beenreeeiv- nd from B-aenos Ayres to tho effect that :oth the Enclish ami French Consuls had .wiitR...!' Hnvernor Itrisas that he must ,;iV.,lr;.w his truons from before Montevl " . -r -rk. Un. nnd that the war ml cea;e. I ne E- Notice. J3J A ish those bavin? Books belonging to the Tolemic Society, are eanieeUy requested to leave them at Long & Webb's store, aa soon aa comvenient. By order of the Society. , July 15. ' l- g5 tire burst out in .L.t.1 j...i.i.. i.,. Cti,.svrnKM 4n.li the ne best nart o the cttv, an i oestroycu mruiuuuauu lire "" .-..' T h.a e trtW .nrl tho .Merit?.... On the 2G;h nt June a f v avaaww..... r . . . a ? i i i .1 j I 1 ' t . . . ieldmg Ihemselves lo the yoke of foreign fixty houses with a aast quantny ot mer. Iritislt bondage! Who believes it? . ' chaudixe; loss estimated, at $800,000. The progress ol tne names was amppni hy batterin" down buildings with cannon! Sew Jersey freJonianl Pnov'tncNTiAL Rescve. Tne srhoor.. er Uraloo, bound fto.it Boston to Dama riscotta. was caps'zed in a squall ort Sun day, off Cape E izabeth, aud uiitnediata ly filled with watr; but on cutt iig away the masts she lighted. Thcie were on board ten lady passengers and two boys, besides the crew, all ol whom were saved xeent Mrs. Dumbar and one or the child- ' . - ., . ... .1 ren. Six oi ii.use savo.t were in mc riiu- in at the time of the accident, ad were rescued by cutting holes through the quar ter deck. . . The salvation of the wife of Dr. Ford and her bov (eiitht years old) was truly v . .1 wonderful. She and Iter s n were twree Aoiir in the cab'n, almost buried n wa ter. In talking with some friend before she sailed, ihey ntrrated how a woman was savedin similar circumstances a year or two since in a Hmgham packet, snd it gave her courage dining all those to her interminable three hours, to struggle for life. Her head having risen between the heavy beams of the cabin roof, she was left a breathing place, free from ihe water that filled the cbin. Having.' fortunate ly, also secured a firkin-coyer, she jot it ' S - 'From New Zm!and--Detruc:ion of the liatfof hlanda By letter received from Captain Jabea B. I lowland, of llio ship London Packet, of Fairhaven, dated Bay of Islands. NevvZea'and. March 13, we learn, says lite New Bedford Mercu rv, that the natives of' New Zealaid had risen upon U e E1 gbsh inhabitants of the Bay of Islands and completely overpow ere'd them. On the 13ih March, a battle was fought between the English and na tives, in which the former sustained a loss of 20 to 30 killed, and a great many The Enslish fled to the vessels in port, leaving the town in po'Sesin of the natives, who soon reduced it to ashes. A bull fight, which look place at Ma drid oh the 9ih ultimo, was one oi ne finest ol the season; 24 horses were killed on the occasion ! ! Another affair of the same kind was to come offshonly, for the especial gratification of the diplomatic body; and, smongsttnem, jir. u....8m., Secretary to the American Legation. We hopa Utnt the Secretary of Legation wis dul v edified and gratified by the spectacle, TENNESSEE LAND FOR SALE. THE undersigned oflbr for sale a Tract of . Land on die South fork of Forked River, in Dver county, Tennessee, about twelve milet south of Dyersburg, containing about 3100 acres. The river which runs through the land is navigable at the usual business seasons of the year the land U extremely rich, and is not surpassed by any land in the Western district for the cultivation of tobacco, corn, rye, wheat and oats, and k fair for cotton. That coition of the country is regard ed as die most bealdiy part of the Western dis trict, and is settled for the most part by people Cram North Carolina. ' - " - The land will be sold altogether, or in portiona to suit purchasers, and good land in this county w ill be taken ui payment oi liberal credits given. The UUe ts undoubted. .,,.-vS' O. F.LONG, '"" J. W NORWOOD. ; 'July 15. ! , . .' . .. 6S" next session, therefore, will commence on lbs 9th of July and cloae at the end of November. The advantages afforded by this school are be lieved to be, in many rapecta, greater than are asual in female schools. All ptt eipenenca teaches tha difficulty of training up jotmj tadice. so aa to eulurata in tha Bigbest degree the art. rel and Intellectual powera, w here many are group ed together in ana house. Hill .borough a nortla facuitiea for board ia genteel and pious families auea sa ar lound in arw vulagea. The young Udies arc treated in all respects aa members of tho family ia which they board, and ass snilicirntly near the principal and bat lady to be under their supervision. The number of boarders in our own family is limited to sur and as die school is part ly designed for the instruction of cur own chil dren, parenta may bs aarured that thorn placed under our care will receive the attention that ss christian parents we would bestow on our cwn. The course of instruction is thotough snd ex tensive, embracing every thing usually taught ic our beat female seminaries, Languages, rith melie, and Writing sra particularly attended to. The young ladies will have aa opportunity of at tending lectures on Natural Philosophy, and of witnessing experiments. Our extra charges ara lew. The Latin Lan guage and Vocal Music will be parts of Ihe eourso without additional charge i aaa. those who bcatd ia our family, and others wk wit-h it, receive in struction in plain and ornamental ISceuIa-work aa recreation after school hours. Parents wiR receive a monthly report wbkli , may be relied on, as each pupil w ill be furnUhed with a book in which aa account of each tctita tion ia marked by the teacher. terms ria asaaiox rataata ta aavasctv Board and Tuition, ! f-67 50 Music on Piano or Guitar, , 8.1 CO Use of Piano, for practice, , 5 00 Drawing i.d Painting, 10 00 French, 10 00 June 17. ' ; ' 81 Just Received, FOUR quarters Stout aad Fiae Unbleached . Shirting. ... Superior Brown Cotton Drilling. Four-quarters Bleached Shirting. ... ' ' Merino Cassimerc, Brown Linen, Irish Lilian. ." Black Lisle Lace, for Veils. . Furniture and Low-priced Calicos. ELIPTCC SPRINGS, for Buggys and Carry, alls, m Also on hand good Linen Sheeting, &c. LONG, WEBB, & CO. 'June 23. 82 JUST received RICE, SUGAR, CANDLES, and Chewing TOBACCO. - LONG, WEBB, & CO. July 16. -'! I; 85 NEW AND FASHIONABLE TJalLOBIXG ESTABL1SII3IEXT. flIIE subseriticrs having located themselves m 1 the town of Hillsborough, for the purpose of carrying on the Tayloring Business in all its va rious branches, have received tho London, Pans and Philadelphia Fashions, (which they wiU con tinue to reccivo twice a year.) and having had the advantage of much practice w the Eastern cities, arc confident of their ability to give general aatisfaction to all who may please to favor them with their patronage. Their work shall be exe cuted in the neatest and most fashionable stile; not done by women nor boys, but by themselves, or competent journeymen ; and cannot be surpassed in thw State or elsewhere. Our price will be m accordance to suit the times. . Persons wishing to have work done, will find us at our Shop on East Street, next door to Stray i. ZAr.V. Stnre. All cutting will be promptly attend ta. July 8. ' Bacon and Leather. rriHE subscriber has a large lot of tha best corn Jt. fed BAvUiV tor saio, wwcu u. wui miu vij ln. fn. M.tl .Inn.. ' ' J' lf .va .. . r - He also Is working out bis entire stock of LEATHER, which he will sell at very rcaucea prices for cash, or on a credit of ninety days to those who he knows to be punctual. . , -.r liMF.s s. SMITH. July 8. Lancf for Sale. Nichols and others vs. Sunn and others, lx Eqcitv. BY virtura of Decree of the Supreme Court, I shall sell to the hijrhest bidder, for cabh, ort Monday the 25th day of August next, before the chourt-house door m Hilkbomgh,a tract of Land belonging to the heirs and devisees of the late William KceSng, adjoining the lands of Henry Malone. the heirs of Joseph D. Hughes and oth ers, and occupied in part by Thomas Pope, the w klow Allen and others. JAMES WEBB, c. & m. Juh; 9, 81 3 w NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Boot and Shoe Making, THE subscribers, having entemi into copart woTshin in the above butinesa, would respect fully inform their friends and the public generally, that they have taken tha Shop one door west of the Confectionary, and opposite Moore's old stand, snd will be prepared to furnish every Variety of articles in this line, both fashionable and gecd. Their materials shall be well selected, and the work well executed ; and they only ack for a trial, feeling certain that they can give satisuicUoc. f Journeymen wanted, who are good work man, and of steady and industrioua habits. ' Nolo others need apply. WITHERSPOON & CATES. Julyl. 8- vn ; .