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1 i Wil lth Mtjl 4 t.;t("I-l' 1:1 4.. ir-irf t.(i jM.ffAltftnJ t U tft.J.n4'wit.ii,tr'M ' Lamia t,& 4 tit ipa ' Ail I. rh at ll!fd tn:i kit Jfliutt Ui .l. flJ fVl.tl- jdt.fcf .f iLr.Vi Ml f ttt If .., lift, cr, tttt r f,. fr A min tUa :J ae t f f f ruuj .i.ai W U4 ia ir;wJ i!fcrt-i Suu-. auj tubal be ihefT to-,! &h. Iltywocd') fky uj Me. . s. it ft a w; eiubt, lavaa U a ca a anaajwMlt afatit. . j ... rt:tia i fc it-. SILOS Oa O U 2 . STVTE IXECTIUXS. . Jterr Yurlw K-! fca aT t&c iw tic ia l! rtue La hnt tarriwtj, u or aa. octpadua f 14 at aaa & wuhJ. Mr. Vaag anaja--ij arr fwwitii Wright fi tted 14.CGA, i Of 6 sor2!w af Am Xmniij alerted. 13 ar fraarfej to t Wlajt, and S3 PnaarrMo iliif IULm.lMjiiilriMi! Oa Jial UU tfca Wtij Late a aajurity f rif U III t! 31 taro&rf cf CcsrcM t!t Wttg tut rfcxloil S3, L DrwunatolU ti tU mtwte lie lr3iifHt::&8 el j!.e Jlti U8J incifra loans vr cwirj, tlrrrf SlaS iaiw!iuarfeti?inri3.';h',4 full esT a Jro teJ ff tt LiibitL tern er4.a'J i:L"a 'CkitlBill."oJl,j'1r-JuiU.ttisEt. few Trar,ime th; frmaiioaof tLi fua- lkh aljr UrWJ l!f W"iiy. t purtte frJmrr. , Mr. I!rtl I lU Sru !4 f "f ItffdtrJ, That C-e cut:.Wrt cf lhs ; rjr-weih, iT I'-'J l J Utrr&A L Conrradoa CoanrrUit . rum & xta . . . Cccoiax Efcitrr'i Taut. See- tiii rt ii!rn.-cL a it fiibrd 19 Cera are rout tared. iLa if til; aBtff o e nl tpptJ 5Kirt M Ue'iaM!uc l)eritr d.ffrrmt f'im tLt otu liul I well lu-jift), ctxao'( nrsbrr, tic h ill fru ! Ie Biil- j ia Lich it tn g it fa, it mJ oo fct i ttote. I'mrcl'.Hm tVuitkmCM. , tfeMtf, Cut Alew loywr. of H!iit.f . ,i- H.w of t'ommai t!i II jo. EJtrar j , TU qtuMa LLrf argfwt AubU la a a a ( .... a V ar a . . I ttaa aIta rtijt life Vnta atE tf t mlitaA HcM aaeam- k riikii Ciwm, M4 uwua -.j v r-r- - K FT"" ' " a jfr,T JrnejTU WWf W rVrW Prson be spouted by t1e Prwikit of w-.". , , fow aial tba Dtnwcwta aa iaraJr Cop. HU '. - I frartjra!tr( a uocuiikui. whhis iwr.u I approximate riiuiit!e (f i!ie rot vt lhi nkalSr built, aad eoniefiec4 wiili rieot rapital, i!at it will a!Hnl la i) ea- itUlf &f ibt rouBtry a as.fr, rcnastt, iiJ prcCulIe iBTfrtmrat f mooer. i:e.!veJ, Tbat the Jxji-JUirt of N. CaroSina be requesied ta rnat a cbsrtrr for lite ronticruoa f a Ita'J CoaI fiora t!ie try of KaWfh, through laTMietille, to aura point en lite Swuth Carolina line, as ihall ronnert Uie llmi wl'wU way be roust! acini bv tSie ritlateiw of out t'ur f ter State of Pouth Caru'ina. fiwm the towa netuvtlie. to tiie North Carolina line. Ifrsohed, Tlsst a Comwi'Jeeof we toot arouiul Ue neck of Irti rtroim. rf nitit ai la ui that ibe toast waa dniak Mr, liar oo4 baa bad bia dya af bit-, at a d-acer f iff a to lit Camdor4 by tfrnraa and ajortiSeatioa baa aow Lia fa cit.scca cf Jd'orfl ia Aftif, 1116, oa day of iniiispit act! rxnltatioa. ti eiet nttura from li e alrJitrmoraa. aftef ftuyacd Bpa!ki fomihoe rooqvriivs ire with Algitr. aad aiJi aa to wLsm le had a right to mile tie atrr-r j at in ibrae aord. aa piiated ia U.e lie et arPfkitao4 Lee.B uow mei m ia ; raM i.f Aptil 5. If lot their lear eoaueth. Vtt. littt. CuorMlfoc of tLc EaltlaxM San. WaJJjistoo, K. 10, IStS Tlia afurttooa e xjifriinrnU were made 10 l!e Hire olit.e MtreUry of VI ar with Br Cowiaodore Drrator : Our f wi- DU. II. F. TEERVS rci wcnsis. Mtglfg fZuJti -rpai raw. rftkfnm tU M t$titm im mt lan fry-la ber interecmne ib forriya avrTnn a-i-in. irxt 3 awtt, aeJ en tKHia mar ue alrata be is iie rigutti nnm u aud alwa'va eurreful, right or arren f. j f . guma-texx arat ICJm. T1 la trratiiula 4 . j.iiii4kiU-rd inloailh Amjnj!i. anJ jwo- j , .n.v itie war wilU ranearrdl tigoi, hav ln ra- J , m,j, mi br. al k-arf. ' w imi4urj or lu l!)t Ic;ul4tte the atdc af vriit U la &e Kraatr, It 7, , In liw AuM, 40 13 line of Kail IJad a i rohaWe inrome ; f - . . . a and to fc.Ee ali mrii aep a tiey may dtein omwI a!iahli, U at.rft pt.Uic at- 85 2S lientioo to thia route, and halea iu eom I'li'lioi), 3lassa!lell-ErtumCfwtwhui.j , The CMiiniittre juikV-t iU U-4 iraulut'toa, a an .... -. n- 1 - . ... ilnI aiul tiiitrlv-fiiur toa ua. roimrliiit? ararlv all ' . 1 l.. .1 :.!., ; ,n,.r.t Jttitm L ' Urit iw more -p wia U takro w tfa Wkmini wu!t furU-tnwr: ( gf,aWBii,'ia! (he Hon. IWt Wranga, ,s .iiniiiilmiintt lwri rcetjtuis Hit war, 1 r.i'n- in!'Sf , alrfii lite wltuV matu j .:: u! -tit!t to !. artwn f t1it WJy." It j ,., v U r. ti .1 that tiie Pwi.Wiit Jia nut Fur liai. pt-nua rat, IV Abolition, &, 53,tt3 13,413$ 46'tS6 tliiinuihrd grntlenica w ere j.prfiif, and ' steamer, mrcrlr any thii:; baa been done the exerimcuta autTetdcd Uyoud Ue 0 afkcJ, which ia higher than forc:fB 0101 sanguine experuiwn. , qvouunu warrant. The prepared t-wttou ignite more rca- j Wheat.! be fareraWc newt ha raua dlly tha powder, and t; eoahuUon is f j further advance. Hand quality red more ptitirU A ball waa Cred with it eciuinnnda tl;25,aad 2 01 3 etnu uioie frota a common iiiotket, from the window ha been paid. , of the W ar Pe partuic nt, rgniiul the wall "LU, , ia ais0 advanced -Sale at f 0. f the Navy Hrpartuirnt w ith immense ' c.KX j arfcikca of the advance on bread Ibrre ; an ei aeuatioo ol nearly me ceptii $tulTs at 65 to r8. of an iiirh being pnalueed in the wall, and t Ueos. Virginia, Log romid, 62. the hail being completely iLttencd. j .,...MrjTCT,i, , , , -. . ... S 'I'll' iliv hfur lo-moroiM. the exr.an- dt lraution lo Coiwin. Jhn iluinrv AJaiwHi i WWii 'in!..w. were anioiiitrd rwaiaittrt to I - . ,-...,, r ,1,- .,...t ,.,,, -.;it tu.S U&tttti U V 1 ! m ijiiy W4 oet 1600 toUa. f umiwrialite the l,Ulaturr, on Whalf af the Con-! &( anfelai with the lUket pen- j hi thin roonty, oa TiuiMiay the sui wvtant. 1 1'irrtr Of IliP lrfaiTh ItW i,J t'" l-eswiore, m wao JHiiaw, lurry vnitu.n.on Has MiKjtft 01 granuaf a rnarr ,lulun!. IU lindoubtfiHy umtl, as- A. crtra, tn. ia iiuw iaa 1 a. aiimlaf f xperiuieiiia nave a m-eeeueu w no : Tina, it iu Uerniany, awitierlanu anu Migianu. At 1 eJw Grove, on rui.oJ iy the 1 m m rrrpared cotton is nothing eke than j unt, by M m. NcUoii, enj. Mr. Joai V. Dna eunjwilei in a purer State and a more tMi EcmaiM Puins, youngest diugh. acrejtawe lorni. 11 eoniaina preriaeiy lw)f Gen. Joij.U A!Iin. .. HU'- t!.i. jl t' tijrr UUv he .!uu4 j . lutwii if.t t'ii tfJU;i war. j iC.4. WiniamT.EIfc-rbcs Jaa-a Wright, IAiw rraul, E. I WiiiJ.w, P. Maltcit, and W, UullUrr. Majority for Gov. Brig, 7,131 I The Iloa. RoWrt Nwoge, Dunrxn K. M R, It w Klicvcd the W'lif have elected ibe whole Ehnund Wflkiiit, Tbomaa G. Whhaker and in Itia I .out avaurtu, am to U aU cVttttl ao4 drlakiuird etaajitaat af the M.;arjt ar4 U-arUt it tiaf aa cUtih.h (J Ut, iLt S".m tfi JrotVsa ia aniaifai'ra i.I tS ftwrsil a" vt t:e micb ia a keal- U-j iv. .iHr oa m a ItatHissUua. 71ta rc a-i-a ton tl wsCr alf3iaf af aal aa'jr tkf'PtiM rrr tt ala t-t pomluriag; a rxl(ly ariiuti the iol iA oAjtt ai.-aac f i!f;I'ii', t!aa!y i1-i.f txlaii,ta irmuj fiont a aa;eawt.l ' at the dtstie a. Of Lilirl. , ii-.-iji!. i, will he Whig. In the IIohkc of Itn ; te rontiiin.l.liJ ISait Koad from Raluh to lue TUf OS! North Mate of t'a.' 3Ut u!b ha an rraeuunvea, a fir aa lward fioai, 170 Whig, South (.Voliua Uir. . h'uzth in ntUtion t ttiu etttr of jj Icoa, an l 3 Aholiti.miwu hae heen chuktn. j Pitt TaiiV rauiify, at a IjU twn of tlc ur,ri- PETEESBrEG MAEKETK. a quantity of prepared cotton, brought by Hrporud (U the Ptcrhaif IaitlSirBeer. Mr. I.oien.a, tmt jresent.eonfis!, 10! NopnJr 11, 1816. lire men, fur t!ic et.prra purjKM of fe Topacco. .Small rereipu-S.de rarje rurinj a patent for lh intentor, Mcesrr, from i:5 to tt:50t not embracing any biLu-uU iq A. Sotter. 1 of fine fiiialnr. The m hole calni.it, the rretidtnt, t.e- fVnc.v. Ti e market closed last week ! r . Ahhoos pai and t.tm ia nt aeral Srott. V. Totu tu and a tarieir of !at Since die receipt of oevt tr o" to tha ia.;, n m rtct. Nuntfroti cnii!Vtea of Ike tafaa aJ rfij. ntaa af thin pntralkm an alna4 diti'y rt iej the loKminf i from X. Can4Da r r.Vt. y. C, iT.y 23d, IttX Beta tia I have bera anWa.Iy tulinr fe aamftcr ai'pfiv of yaur Ir! Mi. 4 VmlifoJa," a I Iwve not a Mn'e vm! h ft. l"hne atitttt a!rtioua ( lite amTa-Mie, atwl I abuU be 4ejxrd to cupph- thr trn.ua. It h praved iilt o far tsa-j in U. tUinity, to I a i tite rjttfiff, awl no IiuhiImi'. I'trw iiitorni a .a by return m.iL how u tee can fumJJt nta wiiU iui!icr Hippie. Truly yoot, i, A. LOGAN. Vnre S3 centx j"r iL rlared by Iir. II. F. Pi rat, and ar.M h !c talc and u tait hr A. B. & D. Diusui-t. 100 Fulton ttie t. corner of t ilium, New 1 a.k. JiolJ also by LONG, WEBB & CO, Agent, lIilKUo'oujrh. GcKJrS. 5113nt ..- r..uri. Thf Ju lie charged the Jury tnat a , 'i..ti.:i in the tM North ttote, 1V one J. .tf, an uitf rli-fmtnt, tttiellou, and . ui ih puWWwr of tlie p qn'r, a well a tlie hht- w!io iaatre .a atfued to tlie advertise. : ,. 1,!. a an subject t inJk timiit. Tbi. the eJi- j thiuU, atttek npn tlie Fr-eilm of the i'n.; aud he i iiulinej lo beiieic lhal the Jmlge ; iiviV, tli Uw, or, at let, the jiril of oui in ,;:'.'.Uotia lo eoiiclutltng hw article, the editor hit brethren of the 1V, (partieutarly thow i ; X.rth Carolina,, to enlighten him on the nub- The editor of the I'ayettcvillc OWrver ro .;.i't.! lo thi repjert very luiefly, by Having that ,c ht no dmiU that tlie Judge i right and tlie , '.is of .He OKI North Wte wroti; in the nut- We might aiwwer with the name brevity j "hut :. my not he ilt-tim' l toeU n I our article aona tvh. Oar attpntbii tu hroujht lo ihft nuhjeet S, aul alw twMliiid of all the county by ,MeKrt. Usoome, uiueniati, uarruigcr.j Although thi U a dded Whig autej Johnawt ami Borden, and eoinmittee TSurt. Loco, haa been elected Governor wa appointed to proeuro chartera from in. 1 the UrislatUrc of .North and bouth Ca- Rail Road to Charlotte. An ani- Ilflarrarr, The Hon. John w. Huu- mated meetins was held in Chailotte on ton. Whist..' ha been WMrk-cte.1 to Cons; by a Hhe 2lh lilt., to lake step to procure the deeided maj.r:ty. ronslructton of a Kail Koad from anitleii Two-Uiir-U of each branch of tho iUtro to that idacf. Sieche were Uelivcrril re Whist, aul alw twMhiid of all the count lV MeKrt. OslKime, toteniatt, uarringer, oinrerc U 'iilUiii Til bv about 153 mrity. I1'1?5 S1 , , Irohna. loiru. The new atate of low j has jt held j . ,.-. her fir4 election for Governor, member, af the j The Charlotte Journal announces the si.ir Ij-siiikture. and rrnrnr titati.e to Coo-death of "Jlioina? I. II u:e!lison, esq., Se- sTea: which very uuetpectaiUv haa rewlted in 'nator elect from Mecklenburg and part of. I. a trait. anla tt ltia W k... aii it. .1.0. ia not Ciiion, lo the I-ccisdature now in session ...v a - - .l :t. r . K....1 Crnn. it ! .rtin llie Wh M l C U1CU at II C, 1UI lime. " in aawaaaaa - - - - n Btallion for Sale. will have msjoritica in both brandiea of the Ie cislature, and coneuenlly a ill elect two Whig Senator to tlie Congrea of the United SUtaa. ' M Night, Whig, ia undou'iledly elected Govcr nor, and U i confidently bclitved that lladriet, j Whig, ia elected to Con ere. Charlotte, on the 4th inst. Michigan -The reluma show that the! Late and Very Important from the Anny. The " New Orleans Delta" states that ftiinia Annn l.ns killed his OfdeiS to Ceil. i Antpudia, to retire immediately from Sal-j 'tilloto San Ixiuis l'otosi, a distauce of .. a !.!.. nunv ven aa , in coiwwta-nee of an application Whii- have made sonic gaint in the legislature, : 300 mtlC8 ; aud, on lite luarcn, to utsman made U u to itrint, in pJtnvhlet form, a liliellou ' but tlie Loco Mill article written by a MaiewHat ceVhraied iiidivi. thitl lo'iir since pitted away. Our opinion waa tV i mule up, and haa not ainee chiingrd, that the puhlhhtr if a liliellou article ia ubjct to in "-.in-iit, t aril a the writer; and iit b!ig an advent.,,,, wouj, nt f(Ce him from the lia bility. A eac haa recmtly .nm , a neighboring able which will aerve to i!ii;rc. ,ton ,1,,, j1uj,ju. mill IW ,Mil in w , 'cjf. , the ,e mgrea.enia--carbon,suipi.uranu j , lU ro0IVt Wl lle ,0tIl hittmU Mr Joa, lulwrik m eioo to fuWic aale, nitre,and ta manufacture d w ith great ease, R ,0 Mlfc UtUA gau i Timabv of Noven.U r Coan, urore the and iay be preserved even for months in mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt court house in ilil!torougb. on a erclit of nine watei "Alt that is necessary i to dry it 1 lliilinrv i mouth, ttieir ud Home BEN I1ENUV. He hcf.iii nsina it. When the preparation is' wmitwiji . . IwabeauUfMldp'khy.aeveByeanitiW last f.prii?, iSiWti. Die.Ua tbU county, on the I2a, V 1 Ilfr,:.ni i5iv of cot.' lns"f of nine niontlia, of the Dropsy, dam by 1113' Slanon ; hi Rwr.d t. by oldfrir fice 0 prepare a auulcienl qtuntitj of cot- 1 Arc! hi. g..t gn.,,.1 dam by rim.ter, h.V B.et ton. itt taken from the catdina machine, . 5r.Arnta Jt. e a rcpeciiM ana . fjonJula. Fbiierer wa cot esieciia'u iv an sua turn mm. n.i i to carry on our whole war with Mexico. Aid yet the preparation is so simple, ao ctarly a scientific reduction of the known property of each ingredient part, that is only a wonder thai the same dis covery ha not been made year and years ago. (The inventors being about to take out a patent, it would not be proper lo ay any fiore on the subject now ; in a few davs (when the patent will be secured) all - . . a. . I .1 ... .1 . .. CO YOU WANT GOCD BARGAINS? Latimer & IVelscii HAVE juM received and opened a large aa sonmcnt of . Pall 5t Vinter Ooods, and they invite their friends and the public go nrrallv to call and examine their stock. They &Me prices. Good bargain! may lie had. November 13. 51 on give in charge to the (Jrand Jury 5 and a , j tnj fejved 34 v.tc Mr. Clarke received 69. .1eire that North Caro3tu shall always maintain I retain majorities in both branch- j tie all the intervening Fortifications, and t 1 ..... 1.1--. ..VI M'....l - .n.l RncOLnln ni l - - tsanJ will consequently elect an United fMateaanuoy an me i-u vCv.,,.. ..,r,e t,astaearruaaUlhcrmemberP'alt'rsuu "v"' "-"mi. " " t ance far tuto the interior, and to be enn- ofCongres. ! pdled to wrry Water, as well as rtovi- The Hon. Join, Il7ciarke, W.ijt, haa Wen icn and Forage, with him, for ne su p. ... . 'nun nf ki Armv. If this be true, it is a elected by the future o, unoae .. an., a . , jip the part of ,he VtonrZ'iftto,, PihlLs Chief, which, we of March nest, ... place of the lion. Jamas F. j f wi mt gMmt Army Tho. W. Dorr was tlie Domoeratic candidate, i!ie envuble portion which she holds for possess in," a population proveibial for their reverence and o'iciliciiee to the law, wo cannot let this occasion pa without improving it. The pjlicy of the law, in mikin? tho writer an.l publisher of a libel tubject to indicimcut, is Hall ai rrom Ralclh to trae ou" Carolina line. A Convention wav,w FgVetteville, on the 4 th and 5th inst at w hich h.., ,,im our bun dred delegatea attended, some from Virginia and ia iiienneoivahle sufferiivr and danger, Of ennrse. if this news be confirmed, (and we do not doubt it.) we need not look for an ciwerricnt with the enemy lor many months. Dr. Ziotan G. Watson HAS determined to locale Iiltnseir permanent ly in Ifillsborou;h; and will attend prompt ly to calls for 1 ia professional services. For the present he has taken a room (No. 1,) at Nichols a 'IV em, November 13. 51 Corresixmdence of the Baltimore Clipper. M'aahington, Nor. It, 1846 The War, The impression seems to i.fll K. .hlished. and then the nrorcss fmd the arla-les well alee ted, and at icaton- nm j" a will be found so simple that every man may henceforth make his own gunpow der as he makes his own bread, or boils hisowf potatoes., ,, rhe Marriage Question, w luM tn bytery of rayet eme baa deciutu Qtiettton in favor of the tier. M . .MrQtirn,th Piebvter of Loniaailie, Kenmtkv. has decided diSV'iemlr. Tt'C following parpraph is f om th Piesbj leiiae llerM, published at I.ouitilie: it the hit meeting of ilia 1'retbvt ry of Ltmsvi I, the ease of a man who bad mariied hit dfceaied wife's sister, c me up br ay of ttfeirnee f om one of ihe ehurth 8tsion, ami t'i rrsabviary, by n alnoat uiaiiifiout tote, ex lm'sl h m from the church. Tnev passd a stand ng ml tone vars sinee diieoma. ihe s fionl) lake that course with all tueh ca- -Cwe ""alia,. - ""' - - . -.-...,. " w. by Mu'.cy, (son cf Orville and ibe famous mare Eleanor,') Ida dmn, Clare, (tired by Laid Egre mont, in 182!,) was got by Bliirtniaa, Rfand dam llarpalire by Goliauaa, g'eat grsod Jsm A me ton by li-ier Fraciiou by Meicu.y Wotieler mure Dverlshiliij by EcIiMe Hyena by Simp Mi Belea by Kegulus Honey w ood'a Ara bian Bye. !y Tu k mare, dam of .he two Tiue Blue. DAVID TINNLN & C. October 27. . SI Cat of the War. The whi.i2n Cntrspoiidrnt ol .Ibe New Yo k Jnu-nd of Cimmeiee, who hts evidemlv aeerss to coircf of information n- opn to a'l, anu in one of hit recent lefei , thst ,1en. South Carolina. A good deal of zeal waslatiemnt to advance as lar as the CitV ol i tharehat been recently tan't a clos ca d the j Mexico. The opinion fortius u, that; euUmn at t the fuime cutt of I South Carolina, for the purpose of takt. int0 1 enm,y stiengthciiwl to-day. eonsulcmtion the imjwrtance of completing thv! Pn,,wn ho are tolerably well 0 . . . . , f . 1 1 ; nuini- I.MI...I.AJ r.f tllH ft..lWI .1,, t .1 tl m,ll I f, a IM ditto from a suit fcw i.uU.r in ibk j Tr 5. TfT 7 ft M wilh ,he f lhoJ" that ib. truth f the nUrr contain in it cannot fr0'n ef to lroUo" ?l General Taylor will 1 plea I in jmtitic.itio.i. Whether true or falw, therefore, liecause the liltel tends to a breach of '. I'm ,wii.n ,li. ..t.t.ti.li... ,v-.itrr ur.' Itilll, ' , ..... 1 ... . .... tr .. . wt, ,1.a.l ! pwetbility of the enterprise hove s nun iiii.'.vi va ttit tmi. at t t a t a .Ia.wuk aT fiiLrtaA ata list sriosi.iv" nut, , . , . , . . i .tj m i;nu wi ifiitrr- n iwimm m ai n ep,M v I'i'vuijii tina t v nttttii m v aa i nas-a not ' manifcstiHl for the succoa of the work, and common sense sneechea delivered on the impor-!otir army will not reach Saltillo before the led time fixed lor the meeting ol congress; when, probably, our navy will have cap- of the jieare, arid some of them melancholy ones, j which aiise in ennseipienee of the want of a due ri'?arl to the requirements of this law, and show f rth in strong coins the ereat wisdom of the law makers in framing it. The following, to which ve had reference above, is a very recent occur rence, and will atford a strong illustration of our ii!ijcct. We copy fionl an exchange : Fatal Reacontra We learn from tlie Memphis Eagle that a fatal street rencon tre touk place about noon on Wednesday,! nsttnat. (tlcloher.) in Somcrvilie, lenii., hctween John K. Wilson and William A. Lacy, both young gentlemen of the liar, in which Mr. Wilson was killed by a pis tol shot by Mr. Lacy. The c use of this bloody interview was a publication made in the newspapers by Mr. Wilson on the 1st of September last, after Mr. Lacy had departed for the Rio Grande, as Lieuten ant of Cant. I,enow's company of Fayette cavalry, denouncing Mr. Lacy as. having been guilty of crimes the most dishonest, infamous ami penal. As soon as Mr. Lacy heard of the publication, lie resigned his liicutenancy and returned. from. Lavacea and proceeded imnfcdjuilcly to Somcrvilie. a Hostile meeting was .universally anuci-j patcd. On their getting n sight of one an other both drew their pistols (revolvers) and exchanged two shots, tlie first from' Mr. Lacy piercing Mr. VVHson's arm, and the second his vitals; neither of Mr. Wil son's taking effect. The editor of the Old North State was taken hy surprise, and has not viewed the matter with siilhVient coolness; when he has mote maturely weighed the subject we have no doubt he will sec m the light wc do. Even in political discu- The delilierations of the Convention resulted in the adoption, by an unanimous vote, of the fol lowing preatible and resolutions : In contemplating the progress of every enlightened nation f the present day, wc discover as a prominent part of their poli cy, the improvement produced by means of a judicious system of Rail Road com munication ; and in our own country par ticularly, we behold the. astonishing re sults brought about bv well located, well managed lines of railway affording means of rapid travel, powerful aids in develop ing anu luted Ah arado, Tampico, and Vera Croi, Holding these points, and our troops be ing in readiness for any emergency, will, it is supposed, induce the Mexicans to lis ten somewhat formally to our proposi tions for peace. This item is given for what it is worth, and time may demon strate whether or not it is Hue. Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce. Washington, November 4, 1816. There is, from some cause or oilier, a prevalent opinion here that we shall have peace with Mexico bv the 1st of Februa- 1 bringing to market the agriculni- ''. and that there is no necessity for any To f h Public. The Home Journal. ? BY MORKIS & WILLIS. rfMIE first number of a New Series of the Na tional Prsss, remodelled and improved, will be issued on Saturday the 2 1st instant, under tlie title of THE HOME JOURNAL. The necessi tv of constantly correcting an impression that the Natioaal Press" i a political paper, has induced the undersigned editor to exprrs its character Biorc distinctly by putting forward the name which has hitherto liccn only secondary in its 'title. The eeneral design of the Home Journal will be to fur nish entertaining reading, to make a brief and complete chronicle cf passing events, to give tlie cream of new lmoks, to keep a watchful lock-out for Genius in Literature, Music and Art; and, in sJiort, to famish a paper by which families may keep up with the times. This plan will le added to and varied whenever ingenuity and resources, can find new and valuable attractions ; but our main vurnost will be constarittv kept in view. viz : ta iVme a periodical which, by its scene and Itonsa month," for the land forces alone, ; ,.,....:. to f(lj;. lu, ont mmr. At the small or till n 2 lilll Stira of siX'V ro'''l0, s ' ieeoftwo dollars per annum, so important and .-. i. ... ! : - i .1.. CH pet allium aootll len une as mvcu " i improving luxury is wiiiuu uik tucoii. 111 sll !esien ia worth. Indeed, we doubt The Home Journal will be published every Sa whsoerif she were to g v two or timhj at $1 per annum, invariably in advance. if , ,, . , L. l, tntft 1 Three copies will t sent to one address to any three hundred miiltontl. t.ke her into , tite rnitoi Statw,or tl o British Praviu- thc tnion, the bargm wotll no- OS a cw, Uane up iu strong wrappers, for five dollars. maa t I - vr. w. unit run, hi. d. HAVING dele-mined tolocele bimseKhi Hills twraush, imabUt aSi hia palcMiioual services lo the ciiitens of Oraoge county. Dr. Mercer, from having bcea the pepil and" as. tistaut, for sevea yearn, of a gentleman having tho largest practice in Philadelphia, aud aUo lieing a graduate in Medicine of the Uaivctitv of Penn sylvania, can, he thinks, claim for bnosylf that conGdcnee iu hi profession which few have any light to cspect. Dr. M. is prepmed to insert artificial Teeth on the most improved plan, from oue to a full set j and in addition to the usual operations, he offers his service in all Surgical DUvok iatphVaOng the mouth. OtRce, Orange Hotel. Ladies will be wailed an at their residences, by tending him their ad dress. m REFERENCES. Dr. Edward Peace, Pennsylvania Hospital. Dr. William Pepper, Dr. William J. A. Birkep, S. E. corner of 8lfi and Locust Sueels, PbUauVIphia. Octoiier 20 50 he Mex ican iVaf, and it is found to be fie rod . .. . .. , , -i ... 1 1 bad me. Richmond fling. inr.ii products of the earth, ob- 'ore expenditure of blood and treasure, lord jealousies, equalising means j , There is an equally prevalent op.n.oi gence, expanding the minds ol j that our Government will not demand Ca ral and mini litcrating of intelligence,. expanding men, improving the social ana moral con dition of the people, and uniting this great nation. W it were, into one happy family. And whereas, it is important that the great Atlantic highway, called the Metropolitan route, be speedily completed, Resolved, That this Convention, com posed of Delegates from Virginia, South and North Carolina, do recommend to the attention of their fellow-citizens the com pletion of the Metropolitan line of railway between the city of Raleigh, N. C, and the town of Camden, b. C Resolved, That the Convention are ol the opinion that the best interest of the countiv through which this lino of Rail Road will pass, ttemanus tiie mosmuerui and energetic efforts promptly to com mence, and speedily' to Complete, this Connecting Link, they believe the lines of railway North and South will find their welfare vastly promoted by its completion, 1 "" nton a- lifomia, nor even the boundary of the Si erra Mad re, but be content to take the Rio Grande for a boundary and release Mexico from the obligations of her trea ties, and assume to pay tlie indemnities due to our citizens. The lite Whig VictDrie3-EIr. Hay- W00i. If there is a man It the Union, who, in his heart of hearts, rejoices over the crushing defeats lately sustained by rim Loco Foco Party it is Mr. Senator Haywood. He knew the character ol the " Experimental Tan U lie Knew wnat would be the effect of its enactment on the Party to which he belonged he warn ed them to pause and reflect, and finally resigned his seat rather than vole for a Bill so obnoxious to himself, and which he. deemed so impolitic for his Party. " For this.obloQiiy and abuse were heap ed upon hkn mountain highhis motive Cimmodore Nicholson dieJ in Wash- inglct, on the morning of the 9th inst.,' mt 63d ear of his age. 1 Ie was a na tive f Richmond, and entered the Navy in H05 as a Midshinman, and went throigh the last war with credit and dis tincton. (in. Wool's division of the army was crosing the Rio Grande, when last heard fron, on the 30th of September. Tar EXDense3. The Treaurv De- partlient has made an official e tmaie lhaiihe expenses ol the army movements lor ha next eight weeks will be ten mil lion"; eight miliums ol which will have to ,e borrowed, as there a.e not more thai tao millions hit in tLe Treasury At his rue ihe war expenses (or mej vear will amount to lar I his l the wy in advance. Post Masters arc requested to act as agents, re ceive subscriptions and nuke remittances. New sulwscribcrs, if immediate sp:lication be made, will be supplied with tlie first number of the new series. All communications to he addressed (post paid) to the undersigned, at 107 Fulton street. New Yorii. GEO. I . MUKKISS N. P. WILLIS. November. 54 K0NS1EURT. BE EONCARD, Teacher of the French Language, RETURNS his most s?neee thauks lo the La dies and Gentlemen of Hillsborough, for liia cry liberal cncountgeuient be ha met whh ; bo promises to do evsry Ihin,; m bis power to de serve their ajiprobatioa ia eve respect. A some of bis time is unoccupied yet, he would ho glad to form one or two mote ch'sses for Ladiea and Gcnt-lcmeo. His terms are moderate, befog ort'v f G per quarter, (three months,) about one half of tho usual charge. Those who wish to mnfce re of his sea-ice,, will please make an e?,ly aoplice ioa. Octoiier 20. 50 W ANTE I), A Quantity of Corn, Oats, &. XI. October 20 LONG, WEBB & Co. 50 Oyster House. HO! FRESH OYSTER SI sa - ar ) IJclCOtl ! 15 tlCOIl I I j expert to receive them lilt times a wee . M.,!0, .nol n iiu a ikn si iir i cot ... ' , i.:,i.,i.1 nrTlIE subscriber has a quantity of exccl'e -a- Biicon for sate at bis rcoldcnce in Hll'soo rough. , A. C. MURD0CK; November 3. 52 THE swbscrioer inicrsdd keeping at hk estab lish ment on main street, di-ecHy west front the court hoiiNC, a su;il.v of Fresh Oysier. Ho wec& uom tens of HilKU.ough can tie furnished with Uiem focthi families, or bave them served up to order at hi establishment. Come and hy them. LEUOY JOHNSON, Oct. 28. at Public Sale. TILL be sold, at the late residence of Hen- iv (i. Parish, deceased, on 1 uesttay, the ut .l-.iv of December next, on a cveUit ot nine Notice. VPPLICATION will be made to the General Assemblv of the slate of, North Carolina, at " : l.....t iv nf its session comnH..itms u w iubu -.- - ovembei next, lor an Act requntng me ovrnera r i l?..u ami tlip ttiree crane lies o - i l.WL, .. . .w iv v....w . )I?es nogs, oneep, an. 8liuku Qu.,rtct Creek to clean out these ereeka Kitchen Furniture, and , ,. . , .h,.ir monihs. bv the Crst of other articles loo tedious to mention, llond aiul : ftt own pxppuse ; and to prevent the r expenses (or one j ,n0lUi,Si ai tbe perishable property of the deceo- 120 mi lions of did- ' r,j, consisting .of a Crop of Wheal, Corn, Fod- f v D-inocrtcV ia bt-'der, Oats, and Hay, Horses. Hogs, Sheep, and 8( .;.,. I.- P.. an.t Deo:, a t It , "ie, liousenoiu mm November 9. Special Administrator. 52 3 w COUitiy. , ! cvood security will be required. ccotdmg to hocofoej logic none oi - THOMAS C. PAKISIT, tht! enonnona amount oi money was iw bs ixpeudtd in that acquisition of Texts. No It was to hate been a moneyless and blodless anm-xnion of foreign teni ory lo tie United S aiesl Did the predictt n a f uese LocoloCO prophets come to pass. ; piUiS just received, and for sale, at lei the battles oi raio aiu, iTUia OHlee. la Ia!m and of Montsrey auswer. The April 39. r . a . 1 1; f i,v.r ;,t oithei ol these ctccHs anet me first of June, if the timber is not taken out imme diately ; and also lo require Henry ami John Fo eleman to open their MUM Dam, on one vro"S of u.:..i.:.. i ..iu iir urecK. on me nisi oi iw " Dr. Brandreth?s Pills. ; y JOHN PATTERSON, ' ; GEORGE EVLISS.,,. S3V A Fresh Supply of UKANUKbt Oittohar It.