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taeaar4iftfrIUkcrtr. Tirnr,ay October 30. Jar rj ae. la Ilv.'t roeiy liboula ore cor al Le nlmd iL jew tha ia y w? jw Lervfe. 4t W ritUt4 that lHt 0 txvx. iA cr W. I 9.000 bant", or 7 50.000 Mtthri. tch, at 40 rest biWL aaMWBU h lit LamlW.e cum ef 390,000 dollar. Trcttjr watt h ne cU roua I J ftf only C50U UiiUlksata. rbe lU!U)ros" Eeew t ha let rrfuUi"- 1 to"- dkeetteoj tnd IV m -sI bVh be tk cm I brtef r- jjtonrJ fcy a fLogb w boo M it f M after r"f. eSr, IM by mm. W cb- account fe? bkiwing received tw naicn ,4 13 Ma4ta If any ay a lb wile k Icfwanl vpm reeling th Recorder a to de pit ikknJ En of hU, by fening w know cf it. fjrhps w iununri wpmny. t . it i imr mi'.'.i i f t L3!r. ai;J ihe fjfi; itnerrotme not l.!f a o.!!oa. Tie Ny IVpiU l ha eiptuJrd above f 3.CG0, 000; rulb vjwmJs of ZlMQfiQQ U er actilt tuUJ Attract. of a gent rj aaa;pttin r.f ihe .!'. debt. Our ftUuuos Mrakrt c:ut iUa tL e-arlr alU uf i!oiire. e We endcrtund that at a Camp-Mmin ia Pari aaiy last tnonh, about two hundred presetted rthzioa. Iefura tl c!ojb -f t' mff linf, et rr one liunuu-t prrrmtrd UrfnHr m a bdr. ur al icto Uia MeUiodtrt 'Episcopal Cliuirh. SaHdwy IF ticLman. MrrHorim iCaxaa, Tie Wr slejr ana hare to multiplied in Canada, y iihin a few jreart, that thev now antount lo half: a million, more tliau 20.000 of m licin are rhorrh mrmbera, Tliry hare cwled up watds of 150 chapel io ihe prorinre,an4 rtuitaia about as rua) number pf preach era. Southern CMiiciw-Mr. JA .K tout niKMHam LU dtlnauiwliu to discontinue tL NiUkstiiMi uf llta ttoutbers Ciuaraaajriun M rrn lliat Cte pationa au nwa mu (frmi to warraat iu luaftr cohUbumxt. Vr. hluTKOoJ Ium l toculurtim iLm rr far thrive wtwtLi. aud luw gitra tVu!mce of a tact fcr,d aUlity UUh hiU ltae aoaiJc lam a r! tJiuiri aiul tirrLn irsrti the pttemtf bkh roin'.vW him to alwrnkm bk mhL II it a HNiitJ WUig, a il we wih htm mmttm in luA c rf iiMSBcw he may hcrrfirt ropigt. Tlc Wilmington Chronlclcv-We r (taJ to tra'a that tlte nli of iKe Wilming. tun ChrMikle iutrnda towing Lm pafrr toke a ,xk, w wmw aa Uw urtjj;aarrangriurtila ran uumW. Tkw k aa rUrac of tlw nirrjty ,4 tlua rirt lUiit juunial, fcighly rrcdiuMe to the ritixroa of Wilmington ; the Urje inrtraaa hi tlie UJe of tine tou. auJ tW librrality in aJvtili iu;. acniin; to hi aiaJe thk iniprovrmrut ae rrun. A fTklr pn-r mill aUo be .uUUJiel, a at xrariiU A gi-iitkuiau of aliiliiy and ioJu try will I aavorktrj with Mr. Drown in the new unJrrtikLig. Ceeat Fike ? WiscHtrre. ViaeiKtA. We are infuraicd,ayi the National In Tie k.joioed pnnj h, tahea from tha U'ahtRgu tirrrpBrre f lb Juursal tA I t-mtaene. dutl a fart larrrtw not ta th alartboldiaf porttiHi of the reittd Fiaec5r, hut to all frrruMB 1o tomrve the pula U of var cHin'rj. W ! But (hnibt th atitLeniiriiy of tha inforeaa hw: tod, if Uta filer la any furher or avoie par tieulir ir-fonyaii. m thia aul jet. e to rite him to reveal iu Sot. hit. CerrnjWtiK of die Jonraal of Cowmen. Kutiptm. Qttotor SO, IMS. Mr. Calhoun, toward the rlue of jle late Adiniuietrstion, tlerpatrhrd aa arpl to the Island 4 bU I)ointno, fur what narliei.hr otjerta it wat cot known, lie vaa ra d out of ihf aerret aenice fund 1 hi asrut ( lr. llofnn) ha remmeJ, awl made a t i4uminuu( and, aa 1 undertiand. an interetin reroit, which w ill, prula liy, at lume time, tee the lih . It v ron jeeturcJ tha it rt bu rhufiy to he ma MAII!UKI. hate referrrd oore than ooce to the laa iat. ty t. lc W'l. Enti i fuge cf tho gotrrnmesl rfff 00 Aaai. Aevaj aft L, f Hi !. to aitljert. A prompt sod derialTe ch-oaoo-iai fat P. WiTtnaaa, aagre of ah S. traiiio, &roinf thia hele iKitler into EiSa aStdteS. IX IX aa iiameiUate tkfiil iue fcj hkhj- I d . af JUridi. VaMUv ru llesiri ft odd he tiwcht to tertua at the tStk Tv.Ma-l- tm poiat of the bay ouet, ild tu-ither aur- j yMtK vniopm. to Mi- Jsa, pri ooripkaae a jorth of Us ro-.suiiCtWK. Jim Ut&A. . ; pie. I liiinam ytf .tiaa KnaviikSl atararlaAn aal ifiA laalllif klhsrDcer, by a note hastily written from , 1 . r . 7, .7 " WivW at mUnight of Tueaday. that ".J.lh ,ttu1al,un ,n4 a large C.-e had just been auhdued S that T U'7 T r i 1 iV 1 p!acefhkl, diatroved property to the HT El bah , and trench Lo?nt of aixtv thousand d'olhi. Wo V"?""" f aTxxi ftl . i. ... .i - '.the alarcholdin rortioo of the W et In- - r , .., .1 . sine aiarcnoiuwe iwnwa . . ir i ' i .... m. . r.dia iflaii-U ecu rally, &e. It ha been rrrTr:7rcT tthr 0. ,UJ , v "u"u" ,- and perhar the C.we.nment of France nuoihcrofothcrhouwa, amounting to a.l, f.t-..,,t . ;u ,;.t uoto aiutta that aa many aa twenty -seven were on fire at one tune. iricAdco, fecit. & CoM I UB urrron oueuon w, rxii' i ft 1,1 a.i. u.0 J. A 73 PkuitSlT.MtW Ifch faaaat. lCttw ViA nrvt I'nrrt--. - Me tk Cut ' t' . i ., it, M, U -o-tu. nn j a we aar lUfr Lnowleda of the pseaent V C-namarii, !!. Jasa Craaaas. rtat of the affair bctureu our iorera- of ti Um.mt ba&i of taeut aad the Criuh mioUter at ieb-.tfUi am aoruaBd. r a i-iy injton. Tl artiun of Con?rea mil pro. r$rtt!cd I7 a dVted La2y a4 a UrfcrcjrtJe of bkhlygife aorae tura to t!.e question, ol frmla. Will the ilaciirlaaaf . I'AIX. AD ITWTOl COCCS, irh bae ta wt a-tJ A. -W f oW (Maih to due cftra of I wfc aJ fU.WiiO. at tlo towc4 Caa pnewa, 1 W k ,u both far IjadW a&J ttkawa ttcais aiUaUr i.Ua CMhvfW aub M Uim uJt lU frfcf. t!UH, lo&c. ltj& lit. I 1 1. time, tift, A J!"o4 ta-MtHKOI U L'MUa. bw f5i.cS. '-fm NaJk Tw aJ HaU CWaatTiM Vse,a tWMfUai.; Vklr Ia4. Ory eiiuai 0.rrlaUuJ I-nC. C taaay Jbrt iai to .teB to tunt-km. 1 key auSci a call i!ir t- u!, tt wg to le a to cHe aaiiiiuoai aa to ityle, valny abi aa Cty an suaiuanul to axu to auit ii baadar of ike tJw"1 -I'ouiitrT I'rotlure tleo for Cwx!s. Bu-Ea'a Slilla. CWnr I. it-?t liich a premonition may 1 afforded by Jd, ja IlrrtTgrJ. Pmruimooa,rf Uecamorise ia Preaidrat'a iaesae. The Waslung- mrh. err av&ktilr. Caaaita ILKiS" ton rorrespou dent of the Cliariraton Co j .... . ,, of metal worth, aaJ a di. tier write thua cn tliia aubject ; - tlajuuhed Uwyr. TllC Oregon qUfUGn CSnnCt be pS-J fmmmmmmlmmmmmSmmammmm9mmgm ca over in no rmiuon nits-g. . , . . . . . .-.. will, it to J Uevfil, waasen we uuc w r,lL, , , w.rt-lin rcfy c-cl ofcW. I'niud tStatea a dear ana cuqueFucua- eH j,,,,,,. d; l ie to the whole tcnitorr on to 40 . Thi. aeeordinjf to eome of the London prtaaea, would be tantamount to a uet ia ration of war. Hie artio which waa tnadtf in the inaugural wa promptly met . . . r - in U:e ran rooJ, iLu a I U'ljtm.y w aw cinmbUng Cuiihthe ium. Ia a xr.oA cf liule taonr than trn yean in t!.e I'bitrd Matra, thry Lave llucnl to n5xi aaaira aud rrj.15 meat orr hb at kaaca Taoraaao p.taona who wn given a hjca. ruble by J'!iyK-ian of lac bnt rank ant! aancin. ia Parliament by Sir otert I I, ry a;,lrtjin t,u.J,;r nar tm every otlar nmedy bad prand drauiattc scene, got up cxprmiy lor 1 Ivn iraortwl to in vaui. 8TATE EI.ntTIOXS. iHrRlU Ih-turna ha brrn rcrrived from all the eountie rsee4 MontgouK-ry and Iiibun. Craw ford' majority k 1.633, l.k b w ill ptotlly le about the final reaalt, die two eountita to he heard IVom haiiig, one atwugly Whig and tlie oth er aa atrongty Drm wratif. In the ftaki 8rnate the VThis have 83 and the 85 ; iu the .House the Whiift have 69 and the Loroa 60. n ant UUol the Whig therefore have a a ajmity of 6, remit the more important a they will tliercly be enabkJ to re elect the Hon. oha M. Berrien to tle United Htatea Henat", wlioae term of ar price niirca on tlie tthofManh, 1H37. Ohio. Though the Mom ff tle election in Ohio ar not complete, there appear to be no douM that there w ill b?aa ampk Whig majoriiy of the Leirklature. The Stole Journal : In the Senate the majority will not be Imw than ail , and in the Howe it wiU not le Ira than ten, and may reach aiiUeB or eigh teen! 14 year our majority waaaixicrn on joint ballot; the year previous there waa t amall Whig majority la one Hmne only, nd for ijay year, previoua to that time, with a ingle eaception, tliere waa a Lorofoeo majority in both branche of tlie UgiJature. Our progreta k onward ! Ohio k Whig thwugliout all hci border, from ri er lo lake. W nve gained m the popular vote in ter!y evr ry county, ad if there wa a eonteat or rreri.lent neat week, with the man of our choice to kad the nol.le Whig legion, w ahould he ten of thouniHk! Ho- . . 1 . i nun. will iae euin ruunu win a.we.uppovat lean ..j ... , . jre of u Mf i-Uiul, and, indeed, in all the $p null i French t!aiid. The aujccl i one of J at. a 1..wa. I. . .1 .t 1 .V i.klt TUm a..nl Uii-r. nublkhed in 1k Wme ' "rf" ' ",B r"""' Philadelphia l. S. (JateUe. ronuin. uf lhe VwM atatemrni which win uefcau wiw vwh cern. It ia under dale of Wadungton, Ort. 18, 1815. I hear a h deal of g""ip. much more than I think it worth while to write to you, and annie which may be interest ing to you and your reader not that 1 ran touch lor any Cabinet matter, but can auie you that what I tell you I hear from, what' I call, food au'Jiotity. Yoa remember tha about the time Mr. Mcl.ane wa starting for England, the (ihtbe too occasion to ay that lie wa not a (nerial minuter, tint wa to take Mr. Everett place. Thi, then, led to tlie in- ouirv w here would be the place ol ne . . . . 1. 1 : goiiatioii net ween tne unun anu Ameri can agent! At Washington. 'Why. then, ahould Mr. Mcl.aue tpm l-onuon. 11 nc waa identified wiUt tin negotiation at Wa.'wiiffton!' It wou d ta bclti-r, it 1 aid. for bim; his influence with the T.r t ih Minuter in Ixnd.n would he more effective than with die I!ruih negotia tor at Washington. So much for the undertaking; uow for the progress. Mr. Mcl.ane ha more than once asked ter mi.i..n to return. Why? Among other reasons, because he is not entrusted with information, nor moved by instruction relative to the most important part of his mission ; and it is thought mat mean ! have been ued, or ar to be u.ed, to in duce him to leave London. Tho mean belong to the administration. What are thev! Mr. Duchtnani for peace, and he i opposed t- the reduction of dutie. es pecially those on iron. The President and Mr. Walker are for turmoil, and f; a reduction of duties. If Mr. Buehanan can be dipoed of, tent to the Supreme Bench, he will eive no trouble to tlie Ca binet in its nttanceoient of the tariff, and he will not be in the way to force out of lie annual message of the President, any thing which may ayor of a little hostility to England relative lo Oregon. This is Kev. Dr. JipsoN. The hip Sophia Walker, Capt. Codmnn, armed this fore noon, from Mauritius, aud brought aa a prnger the Kev. Auuitirani juunn, well known to nil Christendom for hi devot 011 and auccessful labor as a Mis sionary in Uurmnli f..r a period ol thirty vears. Dr. Judson, we are glad to learn, ia in good nhvsical hehliti. lie leu 11 ur- . 1... .:e man. aecomramea ov in wur, m English shin, intending lo return to hirfna- live country Lv tlie way of Etiland. 'I b a inn loucuea ai niaurmu. wn. juu- ion was in ill health when she left Bur malt, but at Mauritius her henhli teemed to much imrroved that the Doeli-r hoped to be able to return directly to Burmah ; aud witli this expectation he unfoitunately sent back two natives to Burma!), whom be had engaged to assist him in preparing his Dictionary of tlie Burmah language. Subseuuintly. however, Mrs. Judson'e w . - .loess increased to such an ci lent Maine concluded to persist in hi intention to re turn to this country, ami took passage in the ophia Walker. The ship put into St. Helena about the first of September, where Mrs. Judon died. Jioiton Journal. nor, honor to the gallant and unfahvring whig, of not all. It hoped that soon alter tlie Opening Ol .fngre', atniic uiiiihiii-' member will propose a serie 01 reoio lions which shall mack pretty strongly ohw!- -W1HUS THE SAME EVERY WIIEPE., Hie editor of the Standard, in llusion to the defeat of Mr. Gardner, the I-KO Foco candidate for Siwakcr of tlie innate of Tenner, exclaim, in the hittcmeaa of hi ire, " Truly, Whiggery k the aanie every where." A ltd w it k. -The Whig opposed Mr. Gard ner became of his disorganizing principles, his disregard vf ww ami the constitullon, by which the 8tate of Tenneiiaec was for two year unrep tewgtoJ ia the Senate of tlie United State. The Whig act from principle they are the upport- er of law and order all over the Union. And titer are euaiilly consistent in tho meaanre they advocate; tlie m in the North nd the South, tiie East and the West 5 they are for promoting and protecting American industry by a judiciou revenue tarilf; for1 providing for the ertablishment of common chok for tlie education of allclaase of the people, by appropriating for that purpose the proceeds of the pWic lands; for a nnd economical administration of lh goncromenj in all iu departments, and agaiust tlie prostitu tion of official patronage for party purpose. In these great principles three k no variance among the Whiff ; and the Standard spaks truly when it aava Whicscrv k the same every where 11... t. s. :', iu. itus-halJ oartv with LUl itww ar aa- y " g , a of a determination on the part ol tins Government to insist on its utmost claims in Oregon territory, and to insist on them in such terms, and w it.i such lervor, as shall (ihc resolutions having been adopt ed rlose the necoiiation. ' . .L.T." t iranv imdv siioiiid say tine iiuon iir examiile that these events will not hap ' . pen, I can onjv reply none cerrou wim regard to the future, but c'm fori with regard 10 the past. I have not a UOUDl that what I say of the intention of tbi ailministration is strictly correel; that Mr. McLnne has written home, as I says that M, Buchanan has been seriously u-ged m retire to the Bench; that bad feelings rplaiiva to Oreeon are desired, and the mn I have slated really purposed. But it may be that something will transpire to . a . . t 1. a al.. prevent sncli results, out no tiianKs 10 - uic powers that be. Tl mat wcret k to have the tn.Ji.-ine hy you wbet) you am r4 attacked with aklneB; one Hmc tlien will have wore good effect than tueaty. if you pot it offonUl disease bienVetk-d tle bodily "powers tlerefore every bt liidi a! V.ho eoiihiJera Lcjl'h a bVr4ne. lwu!d always keep a box of DrunJrtlk ItrttaUe lnirrml ruts, wlu re Um.v can be sure to lav theii hand, on t!;eni hen wcnied. Tw enty-fne eenis cannot pot-il ly nr better dUHMied f. A taltub'e lii uwy be MveJ, or a kMig At of atcknesi prrteriird. the pnrvoRCof intiraidatiug the uWure iodividual" who, as Lord Broughsm re marked, had been by some freak of par- Jliea eieeteu 10 me i rviMcnr y . n,!taid, in ap.'Wy f.,r Mr. Pidk, that he was not addressing uongress, cut. nu:n- bupgin? that great, awkward, filly mon ster, the people. Uut. now, ir. 1 01, cornea again. The obscure individual' cornea forward in hi constitutional capa- riiv to nerform a hih constitutional dull', D. lleartL l(il!horou!:b; n,wl r...nium.n!a th.-it f!onirrcss shall I Win. Fo.diee,I"onhetore. Chatham; J.M UaJ. assort tlie tide of tlie United States lo the whole territory of Oregon as clear and unaucshonahle. , " Congress may do it too, and may ac company it by surh acts as win oe tanta mount to a declaration 01 u ar. In view of the pfiLlo contingency Ihtills ami Tan S'ard 6T1LL IX'U KALE. THIH projerty. w4 having Lao LV?JJ C k u!l oiluul Iu V go t! ta&jt ln, aa fosc;ly 4e.1eJ. I wiH fecit it !l Ufeiltr, cr aeptn.1 the Ta Vaid Una the Kin, a ay aut u-.barra. AU. a Negr Man, ttt CS year U s;e, a gnnd tioi!W. sound end 1 : I ! y. beve aa 4 tt unliuirkk nd kin(te Ut;o. Abn. good )IiUh Cows utd a oumber ef u Beef IVUc for ak. Abo, a grad new c4 iran VA MID, and too CoppiT Ewki. for boiling ua t.V, and tut thu-tioriw VV agn. A reuonaUc credit civca or good aecwniy. J. S. SlilTH. Octabtr I. i To the Coutm!m ntJt rMCtMmi-:vnrd f'! tm end Mwutlmu ltutinz to tkt 4Vh i-- TfiZ' im k.-n.v Kuniiuijiid and ortlerrti to i lK ir in lli!yorau"h, on I'ru'sy U 7 h of Jiovtetr, ct 11 oYluA, nn-J e.d iq'iir a, tl law dlrreU. for drill miMtcr : nl in ta'urjav - ApnU for the mleut EraniiretUV IM! I the fiih. tX 1 1 oVlmk. J on will sltuul wlih your -, ...-.. I a . .1 J NO. V. DOUOLAS, Col. Com. Oci4r 17. 83 Chapel IIUU G. A. Mehane, Slajn Hall; E. & W. . . . . . t 1 ... e-nuU), Alamance; i.at tuttonn. uiwyw;uii;u, Jamc Johnson, Wentwonh; Wood & Xeal Sla- dwon; Oweu M'Aleer, Yancey vule; J. K. Ca.!um, MUtoiu Cash Store, Aftriitlonl-TOWN COMPANY. YOU are commanded to ;ierd at Ililtbo ion;.'h, on b'aiurday the lt cf Novin.Ur, armed and equip! aa the l.'W directs, for drill n-.u ter nd court ui ji tiuk IStiine of the oiuV-ci of tha company will then be r It vied. THUS. J. PHILLIPS. o.a. OctoUr'17. hero f ureestcd, sn:e auxietv is felt con- J 'TVIE aulacriber, having received hi Fall Sup- i . r..tl,n.,... ro.i.m tn tl o Si I !' of Gooila, (wh'uli we bow ready for u- VCUI. lit ...-.. I : . .1 :.. wctt f the court house,) oftcr them very cheap. I 1 1 ( I ! I H lS li (! Vil I 1 . -t a nate. Hi position on tne urcjon curs- tion is well known ; his poliey 1 pacific. It is believed tint he could exeicie con siderable influence ia the filiate towards defeating the precipitate haste with which it is feared the Uccu nation Hill may te hurried to a final p:tb5agc. The votes of the South Carolina Senators defeated that bill last session. Tho .ministration, however, has a majority now in the Se nate large enough to enable it to dispense with the two votes from South Carolina. But Mr. Calhoun, if personally present, might carry with him other Senators from the South. w w- . . 1 c IZ 7 10 Z -0 P AN awy from the TOWrilr. at WcoJJalo. Eleacled do. fr...n 10 to .0 " IK. on lhm fafo Kcpirml-er laM. s vellow No CLOT II S. CA$ilMERES. and 8 ATI- Vv ,,. Ar mii. .lut tkiiu--v N ETT8 at reduced price; end every oUier fo!ly 'n abou!Jfi4, f,T; tlue orteu "iwt- . ' . .... Tl I " . .1 . 1" . m.linti I - . . . . . . - . . . . knirie in uie urj viuuua uiw ... jh.j.uu.m UKOCERIES, according lo quality, lower UNITED STATES REYES LB Aiu r..v- PENDU UKE. An oc aional correspondent writes to the New York Journal of Commerce as follows, under date of Washington, October 21. For the information of your readers, r 1 r .1,- FROM OREGON. Whiihin a few days we have read se veral letters from a gentleman in Oiegon, written at the close of the Sprinff. whxtl speak of some suffering in consequence of great Ircsnets, caused oy excessirc rains during the early part of the stati n. Lan.'s that had not before been known to overflow were submerged, and a good deal of injury was done to the Cfops ana buddings. The tame letttre peak of the continued srrival of emigrant over the mountains. Some of these had sutlered much during their journey, particular.y ihe latter part of it, for the want of food. Cases are mentioned of rreal destitution. and one instance of a family noi having a particle of food remaining when they reached the settlement. The writers give it as their opinion that persons advanced in life should not at tempt to pass by land from the Stales to Orecon. They find unexpected difficul ties, and some which their eirengui can not surmftunl. Some of the last em grants will add energy and strength and moral worlh to the present leebie popuia. tion of Oregon, and there is now a niv cleus formed, which, with discn et manage' ment, will give importance to that fast erowing region. The writers speak of the excitement pending the jirst election for Government officers. Although so far removed, as it mav be thought here, from political strife, the' citizens of Oregon had their caucus meetings and nopuhr meetings, very much the same as they had been accus tomed lo in the Slates. There were two parties, as we have before mentioned the Hudson's Bay company, and the A me- j ncan emigrants the result was in tavor of the laiter by a large majority. JV. y. Com. Jde. The Nashville Union says: Every in- formation we receive shows that there has been more sickness in Tennessee this sunt' mer than has prevailed for ten years. In many counties it has been fatal; but at present health is becoming resioreu every where." ' . . , r . . I t ,l, .nirl which he is associated! What great principle 01 you may State, in auva.u c . M" nuhlie policy k it upon which they are united 1 0f the Sectetnry of the Tieasury, that the Can lb Standard inform a ! We ee legued togetiicr bank nd ajidrbaiik men, nunificrs and J fedcraliiit tariff and anli-tar'tT, sul);treauryitcs, agrarians and repudiationkts j the Staijdard and the free-trad faction t the 9utli supporting Jamc K. Polk becauae of his frec-trade princi- receipls Irom tlie Customs for the fiscal A . miE ....II mw- vo rni inir 301 1 Jline. I04O, win ceed $27,500,000; from Public Lands, s2.000.000: miscellaneous and incidental sources. S163.US8; making in nu o ft?a.nnn.nfl0. There was a balance in ii.. Tr.nrv 1st Julv. 1815, of $7i857, plc and u equally aealou portion of " the De- J . which, added to the receipts, will mocraey" in Pennsylvania-and other portion 01 , . of over gay.gtm.uuu the nordi, supporting the aamo Jaincs K. f oia oe caue " he is a better tariff man lhan Mr. Clay ;" being all thing to oil men, that, by .any wean, thev mav retain the loave and fishes. " Whig gery is the same every where," but what is uoco- focoUm t Will the Standard enlighten us I The Small Pox is prevailing to an alarm ing extent in the tipper part of the State of New York. The Batavia Times says that in the villace of Alexander eight cases occurred in one day. 'I he inhabitants of the neighboring villages are preparing to fence up the roads, to cut on ail cotninu nication with the place, Governor's Island, in Bosion harbor, has been purchased by the United Slates Government of Henry G. Andrews, of Boston. The commanding posnton ol Fort Winthrop, upon its summit, when repaired and fortified, will, with the other forls, make Bosion as safe from foreign attack as any city in the Union. journal. Newspapers. In 1840 the were in the United Slates 7.014 newspapeis and periodiciils, about two-thirds of which were iu the Northern States. than they are offered by ny one te. SCHOOL BOOKS fumkhed to all who may apply at tlie following prke : liullion English brammar, a - Latin ". 70 Greik do. 85 Worcester Comp. Dictionary, CO A ins worth' do. . I 75 i-cycirU't Latin Lexicon, 4 75 . Donnegan's do. 4 00 Bullion' Latin Reader, 75 Cvcar, 75 Gould's Ovid, - 75 Boweu' Vinrih 1 0 Andrews' Sallust, , v 75 ' Autlian' Ckwo, 125. Folaom' lavy, 75 Greek Testament and Lexicon, 1 12 j Owen' Xenophon, B5 Memoralalia, , H5 Emerson' Arithmetic, Sd part, 30 - do. 3d part, 65 Tierce's Aljrebra, . . 70 Geometry, 70 - Trigonometry, 1 25 Cicero' Translation, I 12 Morse's Geogmphy, i 60 Mair's Introduction, 45 . Mitchell' Anc. Geog. & Atlas, 1 12 Root' Penmanship, assorted, . 10 Also a variety of other Books not named, on the sum: terms. Roland's Best Mill Saws at 6:00. Collin's Genuine Axes at $1:25. Bert article of Sole Leather at 174 cents. In conclusion, I only have to say to those who mav call on me to spend their money, mat tncy shall not go away disappointed. 11. NICHOLS. nctohcr2S. 00 " A C A It riR. JaniCS S. Sntltll, intending to d?- F vote himself exclusively to the cluues ol rus profesiion, offers hk service to the public, ami will tlianknilly receiv any can. August 19. tn0 Reported for the Pctershurg InieUijncjir. . October 22, 1845. PETERSBURG MARKETS. Tobacco. Scarcely any inspecting no change in prices loose loaf 2 to Cottcn. Tlie accounts by last stea mer are unfavorable, and the price offered is 7 cts. for new. ' Wheat, Prime commands 107 to 110. Some sales of Flour at $5. The crops in this sec- tion of the Stale, as we have before staled, f . 1 ImA The expenditures lor me same were about $30,000,000, which leave a a balsnce ii) the Treasury of above 57, firm nnn In the items, the expenditures under the direction of the War Depart ment were very large, being over io, IKIO.OOOJ or more limn one-half of the whole expense ol the Government The civil list will uot much exceed two aud Fwn th,i Baltimore American. The Xext Session of Congress. There is an unusual degree of interest f..lt in the rtmlinble loill!TS of the next Congress. Questions of great complica tion must come up to be considered. The Tariff, the Sub-Treasury these must be amtnted : and these constitute ihe most essential parts of our domestic policy But our foreign relations present matters of more interest than even these. Tha final adiustment of the annexation f Tpvna will involve a sctllcment of boundary : it will also involve some ques- . .... lo tions of importance as to certain particular features of tha constitution of Texas. It is known that Consress designated a pa rnllel of latitude which should divide the slave-holding- from the non-slavcholding region of Texas yet the Constitution of the hutei does not recognize this provi sion.' The question of tho assumption of the debts of Texas will also come up in thi convention, and with; it tha question WOOD J . WOOD ! ! Subscriber to the Recorder who expect to pav in Wood, will conter a favor by hriiiffincr a eunnlv Hist now. e should hko to see our wood-pile 111 a condition to meet tne hea vy draughts that arc made upon it as the cow weather set in. October 29. 00 GRE.8T B.mC.ll.YSU mHE subscriber has commenced business at Jl tmlar Grove, eichl miles north of Hillsbo rough, w hore he offers to his friends and the pub lic a Fine Stock of DRY GOODS, DRUGS, 'HARDWARE, HATS, GROCE RIES, Ac $c. at a very small profit for Cash, or to punctual dealers only on a credit of three months. He re- gjicctfully invites the public to call aim examine his stock of Goods, assuring them that he will spare no pains to please, and that he will sell i:,wU a. rlirnn as thev can be purchased in this tection of the country, TAILORING. Lsfest Pavis FasLtions JUST UEC1VED." milE milcriler havine perinanciilly located A himsrll' in the town of Hillsborough, takesthis nf informinir his friends and the public ffPiwrallv. that he intends carryincr on the Tailor- o . - . us Husineas in on iw nuu """i received, and will continue constantly to receive, iho low fidiirtiisfrora tlie Cities of London, Pa rk, Philadelphia and New York; and having had much experience in tlie art of cutting, he is prepar ed, ha hoDes. to cive satisfaction to all who may ith their oatronaee. Please give me a trial by calling at my shop, second door above the pnnting ollice. Cutting promptley attended to at all Uines, Sun; dav excepted. ' JAMES O. S. WATSON. Oetobar 29. Cu es high, straight hlui k Jiuir.quitk pi.k iu nd U a first rale smiih. Also hi on FIELLS, a tt'e- rable smith, lout evcutreii je ir old. raiher shor ter tatue.and t jmuier tcrv had in talkii.g. Tie al-ove reward will 1 piid for the appithenniou and eonfincmcuCof said Negroe in any jail iu this state. HUGH WOODS, Sekb. October SO. 99 3r Crt-Tiie Italeigh Repitler nd Standard will insert tl te week, and lorwaru ccocii' w ua oflke. . Land for Sale. THE subscriUt w ill sell to the biKh t bidder, on Monday the 24th cf No vember, ft the court house in Hills- fwOMj. lorouca, me l rsct ot ianu w nereon t'apU Willi.'iu Durham now lives, lviug on ti e UJleign roau, louncen nnu a aoum cum in iiuim- , borough, containing 418 Acre. J here is on til premises a CJ Owelimg House, Mure House, Kitchen. Bam, btalrtes, and all necessary Uut If ouse : ln an excellent well of w ater in the yard. This k the uiost doi'i.l.le stand for a store and public house between UitUoorougti ami tv-kigb. A note nerTo(ial! and psvnMe at the agrney of the Bank of Cape Fear t Hillsborough, w ill be aken in payment. KAM I. STKAY1IUKIS. October 13. , 88 ts VV.il KAMI. TE subscriber, having removed ta the western p.:rt of tlie state, offers for aale bis RESIDENCE and a hinall YW. PLANTATION at HUlsborough.- The Residence is situated on taut bcaunfu1 eminence at the River, overlooking the town The House is a neat, well-finished building, of Four Rooms and a pood Cellar, connected with which k a commodious Cuii-o with 1 wo Kcom, and al! necessary Out Buildings. The Lot coo tuns 16 acres of highly improved land. The Plantation k in a few hundred yards of the dwelling, and contains 134 acres of fertiw land. It has upon it several never-tailing spTings, and a valuable Meadow, which yields 20,000 lbs. of hay per annum. An extended credit w ill be given on the proper ty, if desired, on good bond and personal security with intcrtil. For further particulars reference is m ide t my agcut, J. W. Norwood, st Hillsl'Drouijh. josErn c. Nouwoon. October 15. 9 S35t UP Notice. V OTICE is given to all persons having suit in tite County Court of Orange which have been pending more than twelve months, and in which costs have not been paid, that application will be made at tlie next term of said Court for executions in all such cases for the Clerk's Fees ; an.l that executions have already been oidcrcd in rr-Tn Snddlrrs he offers a ven large as- j ma m rixui far s.iiil fres. which executions will soitment of Trimmings, consisting of Saddle Trees j Up nnty llf xt ternlj aflor lUilt tm,Pi nni,s of all kinds. Wcbinsr, Hog Skins, Skirting Iath-1 . lh : 0 :, the sheriffs hands. A U er, Plush, Buckets, Bits, Harness Mounting, Ac, very low lor cash. I Also on hand Dr. W star's Balsam oi vvuu Cherrj-, a very aluablertiedicinc tor all uiscase of the lungs. ' fjj Produce taken in exchange lor uoous ai eitttomary price. v MUltuai, Si October 18, 99 5m persons, id particularly the plaintiff's, who are inferested in rUce suits, are requesied to call on the present Clerk and pay these costs. JOHN' BANE, HARRISON PARKER, GILES MDBNAE. October 7. ' - 97 Notice. THE subscriber, having qualified at the May Term of Oranae County Court, as executor JUST RECEIVED, . RON Axles and Springs, Patent Basher Lea-' ttir i 1 Tmna. Oil Carnet Cloth. Damask and other Linings, Pasting and Broad Lace Fringes, of the last w ill sud testament of W1LUAM Coach Seaming, Brass and Plated Bands. HOPSOA, deeeavu. nereoy gives nouec w an LONG, WEBB, & CO. persons indebted to tne esiaie, w come iorwara J)9' and made laimeuiaie payun-in, nuu a.i ;s:rsou j having claims against the estate will present them, properly authenticated, w ithin tae time prescribed by taw, or thi notice will be plead iu bar of their recovery. WILLIAM THOMPSON. Ex'r. OctoUr l. rs , ; 6 October 23- JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE Lot of Negro and Bed BLAN KETS. Also 75 Sack Petersburg SAL P. A. illCKLE & CO. October 14. 98"