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fOI PRESIDENT, If TCC C?fAra.TW1.7.AiitI.
rmSUcil ItlY TA1XOB. Jt7 'C mm wwmimmmr imi fwiwv cm w mj mm, mm Uiea tp, &J a! .- Ie JV-. tLr b2t sjeel yMl!i I!. Si to 15. Tbt cuea f tW CalbraU 13 ww flak IVa AuftaM Lite AM AMMuL "'j tr r0mmm' mi mimJ h lie Maaaa I rbo mWiuu sf L'fclea. Cse CanstlfasJea aad tee ttjMi Cms praviLeg for tbe tppoutowrt of tht tat Ueailaart erer UBcnj. , "anf aday .Way 10. rOR GOVERNOR. cii.u:ii:s .?.i.vzv, or W4KK cots nr. Crn.Tajlr A antrr traj Cea. Tay lor wiSt fcaeJ ia ear peptody. wbkb snort prtiroUHy dctbeeluf euaitwothaneay tretovt puthed. We helie-e it if perfectly setUWrtory la his (ricol. sod h-.vrs s doubt lUlk kl gjj WUg. beard of canUaMi by the fre-idea, If and p-iik lbs Jk esJ ummmt mi the rVeate. TU debet ta tbe ta was eonrioo' by Mee era. Mwoa, Cterkw I. Eesrae, Ceiboaa, Bag ty, Wfeteect tad Badger. ,, Oa Ti'mUf, Mr. Badger iwtradured a 13. ea (berixiag ooteifc pabSt to tarofy aalha, snaa botMaaderkbo kx?TOrnUMcrrWbicuMk Read mot eoJ referred. Mr.Jobaoaf yje&Tv4araolat)0.hkh tics m, calling hi tbe PruLVnt to inform the Smalt whether aey tScn are ia tb aulitifj or tilil Mfit Ctf lb I'ttiuJ SUITS, Blfckf tppOUltr eaenia from tha Fretideat, nhkb hsvt not bee Da fl( M. l p-!f ' ty romtitTt n. iLrrcjlk' ! .... tor tb rfltwUrmMMi ef tb meruit; by UtMltti. TfcM Ike rlivmaa sppuiet ten diciir fioa I'aptaia'a duirt to aitrad rtj coarrmuoo, kirk tlrkfkfr art rsrarat! v rtarvtrj u eoreplj, taJ al o all iht ttii ia ifie ftt dukt. The abotf rtu!a ioa htiirj hrra aaas uBoutJ 4npUhJ. t!bt rSukasaa U ebrJi ract 10 ita leqatrraval. appoai4 ihj W bviaf fona at dr'ptf. tiSI ; ' Wa. Merrajr, r Julia DrorlI, ThM. ni. Wia. Ward, Was. II. Vl rent, f hatfivh Ward. AaUre w Murray. Wo. J. Mom j. Wo, knitttott, tml Jan T. Murray. Oa moi'um. ih rhiitnaa aaJ aemta ry vera aJdrd to die atwvt iit. Oa motion. i'ie mreiir( tj"umrj. WILLIAM A. LEA, CLia'a. G. II. Ls. Sce'y. LETTER TROM CEX.TAYLOS. , TU ilowinj IrtUt from Cea.Takr k ad immed tm CL Atltaoa, hit hmbiet An-hm, tad jaubautird U Am Braatrt axl if m, to ut tba ! JmK mi muA aonMBlBMBta. nJ bv lhm Mm 9Ir.nrIt la tb nlL-Ta few a. wtmUted, . . a fl .1 m 'MaarMtlMi tlaaa fLaka navaa Mai a, ill at - ; Aa waaaa waaaaa m mm. mmwj v i vaarw W Rail bt nraBaUcftd tl aMttrr, aad caarlaJcd 1 ibkh bava Iwm put in cifruIatM by prrauo "' ... ... i rUim gmi A I oit4 Puir. aaJ n Icrrinr to ' VPr? "'CI,nV. " 'rr 'prUr Uion. in a l pak lybeenwoRrnrn.nre.ved Yvauua, fcr t uraaia aa4 hoom r un-. r - , , . uy . CJ1 . " retentrd, t!it I der ia it -Jue in la g'tca. If, 9& gtined mumim. m. 1 1 1 .1 . c .v I - r " . . - I V HIWII WUniB IO CMW v WW 1u.11 1. . . torttwaa-aiioaforC-raor. H will ' itiluUwlt ..uJi,,, Cotrrm fcfcl M " T """J. .irt Mr. Mini at Xewbtra aa tba 10th iiwtoat. 1 to .p,.. -n,'. l--,, to j-iu Bat Rse. April r 1 O If ucaa oia ij piiimnna nate rrretiH and RiKren. niystlr, if k.:.r . : aurwort mi lb UW ia b pmrnt ahtpo. ' T - I Tba aoio. ,r,lf aa da paawga of Am . "'""T?":"! 10 Drain or Mr. 4UIr.- Taa llaa. 1 M ,h '- jaf e ron,enif J to ihe 0?e of njy name CUct AJilry. feoator U om Am tUia mt Arkaa- j After a abort riru ar-Noa, the 8aata aJ. rami; J,te for t,e Pre aiJenry. I hare m. d4 in Wahiactoa Ciijr, aa 8atun!y tba JnttinM '.frankly aruved my own distrust of my ?9ta aliiina, aftrr aa illnrat at anly a few 4aja district coiaTEranori. Tb delrgatM rrprcarntinf Am Fiftb Cn.rr. Maoal Vvtrici, compftwj of tba ceuaiiet af Gratv Uic, Prraoa, CaawrD, Oraaft anJ Chatham, aa embtrj at tba roort bovM ia HtlUinrough, aa Thurly lha 4th kwunt, for the parpoat of rlori inn a oVWfaia to trprrarnt tht dwtrirt in the Na tional Cotmation, to ba bckl ia rbilatb-lphia oa WcdneaJaj tba 7tb f Juim. Oa Saturday, a taev ia writiac aa reerir Clueaa tot that high station ; but harinr. 4 from tba prrkirnt of the I'niitd Statra, ra.(t lite Kitliritatiun of many of my country eommrnJinir that aU and mmlbrt abouU ba rx 1 men, taken my por ilioit at a candidate, I tended to tbe people of the Frainaular of Yitca do not feel at liberty to eurrender that po- Ua. br tba corefninrat of tba United Sutaa, ,,,on n,iI. rr,cnt, "rt a with Mr. Hannefaa awved to refer tba neaaage to tbe romtaiuee aa fbrrif n relaliona. Mr. Cillvoun addreaied tba Senate oa tba eub jert of the aneaaaire and km HfSereare. He ref ar ded the aid propoard to be eateaded to TacaUa, aa a dangeroue interterrnre a our part with the Oa motion. Jatnee Mrbane, eaq. of CaeU, internal afCirt of nr'hlioriiig aaliona. 'that I eTioui retire from it. I then j moat gladly do to. I hare no private pur I porea to arcomplish, no party projerta to j build op, no enemies to puni.li nothing j to terre but my country. I nave been very often addrrsited by letter, and my opinioija hare been asked upon almost erery question thatmichtoc sk la tit at titxis iTrrt. If Uy Jo, ysMi Aa aaa rr3 nv.b la t-e'ierr ma vbra I tSeclar I tball ra ctwtect I ara tn c44 a4er to teuraicr apistt ort tiji toiMc:y. TATIff ' Tt CafLjLS. Atuaaa. Tif.s: Cectlss la Hew Tort A Ivf t aad tatbttthaiie Taj W steue; a as brU ia ta Ywk itt aretk. 1 a ilea. Mr. Tomba, 4 (eerta, i. P. Haul. E?. aod CU. Tall, of Kratacky. vtre among tht tpeakrrs. Tba lattre ftaikmtn p oearad to lender bit trviiawMi to tbe worth, ebsrartrr and abiti'y cf Crn. Tay lor, betwrea whom and himsttf a fr "d shiia of fun? tears tuadins exis'-ed. Hit iaiunaey ei'xndrd bark to the period a ben, ia defrnra of the frontier post knosra tt Fort llarrieon, he etbiKiru 1 rootage end rotjaeee, BoVr tniiij cir cumataneea, aucb as no subsequent crrat of his life bat surpassed, lie bore trtli tintony 10 I is exrredmg ttrrngib of miod. bit punir of purpoe. and re m-ir saint knowledge of men ami Uii'gt end added, that throtii bout the West iht feelio ia hi I : II ? . uror was uerp ana aniumg. esprriany in Krnturky. la coorluin. he argrd the asen.L3retoMuiieupoTi Liia aseiuiintly worthy of the suffrages of the entire na tion. ftt.htiL TuT?.tJn8 Trees Dylnf. Much conrem preraila among the Turpentine producers and dealers in all this serlia of the state, on account of the iramenec number of Pine trees that are dying, with out any perrrjuiUe eatir. We terved aoineihitiff of it in a short excursion which we made into the country a few weeks since, ana now we uiwrrMnna mat lite decay is going on at a rapid tate. One gcbtleman of our arquaintance in Bruns wick county lias on Mt plantation one hundred and thirty thousand tiers, or the tasks of about twelre hands, which hart dirt) within a short time. Others also we have heard of who hare lot from a fourth to a half of their trees. The eause if this extensive destruction of the most valuable tree of our fotcals is eminently worthy of close investigation. Wilmington Ckrmit. ituf. Tb wtig abe a ist Me- TJillirp Tin? t? Store. sarfcetctis UgWalir UU a mtmg ia m Z&' ObJAO & Treaiottt Ter4. Borfoa. oa tba A Vrf wf M4at raj a a ita g - w at v aaga aj tv " - der.de PmWeal 4 lb tVaaie. pmi&eg.' v, - U).Q.TCBd.st C. 6prehrf ere Bade tad aa addieet read. rrroaisretlig ad commeaiUBjg to tfi g$i xcC. WLtg paiiy f tbe Lsid Sittr. Uaairl f Oms TEA.be fwalit?. WtUter, at a reB-iiJit tor tK next pre sidrery. Tbit addrat wti t&taiavoaaiy adofitd by t&r meeiir g. Stace TEA. Smm, rr fe. BVaMt't Bflinad I CAS, -L0.N0.nECD.tf-. Maja. Trust Sale. rjVVirtae of a tWJ ef Treat.' tsmted ta tie (Crpaiial Lr tbe taatCigeaear. r1ila7.Maya.lHS. TotAcco. Tle mariet continues ia da same dull siate as Uat reported, i re LM attWhivr Vy Jane Crig . M hm tU itj f quantity oBcnng is small, b'iJcrs being May, tat, lor U peywwaC at inaavy Wms erf oa wdliag to sell at tbe goiag rate. W tWtb ia aaU traat. I ahaJt a aett, to tba 1 in ,,,. , mm Ji.i. r,,.. bigbeel bUJer. for cash, oa tbe atb day ef Jus qoo.e 150 renis s. ra trerne rrf rt. MtomrtktM ,1, CotT0ThftoliHlt WtterlWl. HUkb0u-fbBgpro,-y.,, ing in Cotton, but prteet eatuiu at 0 a One tract of Land, cootaiMf aboat eat baa. 6 t principal a air a. 6 J rente. drrd aad etibtr-fim eerea. briai aa tbo waters of Flora. Tli eWk is rerr Ilgbt,lar Haw Ceeek. fclkining tht tawde of me bairs of ly tufficient for the l o a demand, an- " "7 perfincal, Jramilr, 01 a f7. iUse. to Nejrra Wotasa by tbe aaaat af Md heat Son effermg. It woidd . w bring 120 cents. Aba, two Howes, two Carryall, six brad of t'OK. .1 be tiemanu it confined at O- Cattle, work of Iloga, tlmtarhoU and KOraea geiUer to the Town consumpiion. Sale FWture. Con. O.u aoJ f ndjer aa aaaa, or as naco7.--Prinia Virginia cured. 7 eta. ; None but tlte rery bet will command it. ( Western Sides, 9 a 9 j ihoulJers 41 a 5 cents. MsyC K1C1IARU TAPP. Trustee. railed to the chair, and James N. Fuller and The sad iatuliigeart bating been tommunica-! cur to the w I iters as affecting the interests J.mah Tamer, jun.etqra. were sppointed aecre- ,J u tbe Senate, that 8enator A abtey was sup-; of their country or their party. I hare urie. 'poaad to be dving, en motion, the Senate ad 'not always responded to these inquiries. The Chairman ratlained tbe object of the kiuincd. for various reasons. mating ia a few brief and well timed remarks ; j 0 MooJaTi M,y 1 loe Jr,ih of the Hon. confess, a :hilat I have great carijinal ,n the eour of wbick be look oceMion to apeak tWr a abler wa. snnoonced. and the nau.1 P'P' wh":h !' rfgujaie my polltca t t 1.1. n m ni iiHi.i.n u 1 1 1 . Hh t 1 1 1 sJaj funeral look nmi; ...... the minute details of politiral legislation or the apint or liberty whim fJ ahowa itaelf in Kinjtt,im fuufi, Oa Tuetd, our ancient ally, Trance, and throughout fcurnpe pj. Xo other bwiiwee waa Iraaaarted ia either Corporation Proceedings. . HUIaboroogb, May Stb, lttS. Pnaent, Imuel Lynch. M. P, O. P. Long. Oeorge fjiwa, RicLUoa Nkbob, L. Carmkbarl, Wm, H. Brown, Hubert Morris,. Abaent, Suiben Mdve, Tbe com mi tire appointed to artUe with tbe tale coBector of the town, made a report, whkb waa received and ordered to be recorded and it waa further ordered that a Uat of tba bMolventa allowed ia tht settlement be poblMhed with tbee proreedinga. Tbe Cat is aa follower For the ytar 184$, for the yrar 1847. Wm. Newman, jr. AO WauHuakey, SO STATE OF XORTII-OApoUNA, rcasoM cornTT. Court of Pleat and Quarter Sessions, M.nh Trim, 1818. Crorge P. SurltmaB, mdm'r, At. Jo." renerally ipreaainf the hope and belief that the day eras not far distant, when civil and reli-1 sious liberty, tuch ae e enjoy, would be eUb liabed ibrougbout tbe old world, where deapotism now bolda ha awar. " When the Chairman bad concluded hie re marks tbe Bamea of the following tenormea ' were hamle-l ia aa delegates: ! From Ca4U - itmv Mebane, tq. and Jamee X. fuller. from Granville Charlea Ruaa. ' from OrmgrJohn Laws, Vi'nu M'Cauley, James Wataon, Henry Waddelt, Wm. Clark, Wm. Ia, Dr. N'orwooJ, Dr. A. Wilson, jr. An drew Mickle, Charlea Nichols Dr. Cain, Abncr l'arhtr, Dr. Cay, Dr. Slrudwick. Major Wither pma. A. C. Murdock, Doctor Parriah, George K iy, Joaiah Tumor, sen., D. Heartt, Silas M. bouse aa thoae days. HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES. to give tolemn pledget to exert my in flu ence, if I were President, to carry out this or defeat that measure. I have no con aonl maitf f tt at eta AniitiArl an- ti 5aK t a mmmm a taa .a a a ' t-Viiiivii aa a liuni lias- l'iriiiiv'l a llivil a) On TnuravIiT. April 27a m house roomed Hit , t ... , . ' m eonalJeratioa of lb. report of the eommitte. on . McJ countrvmen'. 'bul CIUl!e iinfree.io... pnnUng, rerommemling the printing of 10.000 co-1 upon . wfirefi majrOe ptea of me cuiimpoiroriiee ewmnraniraieif ty The f to-day and wrong to-morrow, are. President (umler a reiwlution of SOth of March,) . pejp,, not the bet test of fitness for of between Gene. Scott and Taj lor and the War; nre One who cannot be trusted without Execution The sentence of the law wit yesterday executed upon SpenrerS. Reeres, in presence of an immense mul titude of people from, thig and the adjuiH inr counties. We arc told that he exhi bited to the lat a calmness and careless- nest of cnmlurt astonishing for a human being in his situation. lie made no re marka to the. people around the gallows out laiacu awiine to me auriiu auu iij gro man who belonged to his family. He stepped off from tht cart, before it entild be driven from nmler him thus of his own will accelerating his exit in'o eternity. Crtemborough fairwt, John New nwn. Green May ho. FaJJia May ho. Wm. Huakev. Department, Mr. Trial, and lbs Bute Depart ment, Ac. This resolution from the committee on print ing, Mr. Cobb bad moved to amend, by including alao 10,000 extra eoj.iee of the correspondence between Gen. Scott and tht War Department, yealerday laid before the bouse under the reaolu Hon of the 1 7th init. pledges, cannot be confided in merely or) account of them, f T . 1 will proceed, however, no w to respond to your inquiries. ; ' - ' , First. I reiterate what I have often s:iid I am a Whig, but not an ulira Whig, If elected, I would not be the mere Pre Link. Elmnre FsuceU. Jehu Brown. Cob Baaler, Aleiauder Borland, Samuel Wood, taaac Craig. all correspondence relative to the war berctofgre John Siravhorn. Imuel LviK-h. Giles Mehaoe, , puWiaheJ t.y order oi the nouae. sident of a party. I would endeavor to ..a ! t . I Ha hB? Baa Set.iiAn f . a a J I inUL-lirilllVUI f.U Ifl I blf UMiailllitMIe Mr. c.cPocn. propo-r,. " 7shoul,i (ef bound to" .cl.ni.Hster the Gov amendments by mclud.ng 10.000 extra copwe of , . . VHMIIV lia ..., - j f " Lemuel Mebane, HarrtMq Parker, Joaiah Tur nrr.jun. Richard J. Aahe. 1 On motion, tlie Cliainnan appointed the follow in; gentlemrn.'visv Charlea Ruaa, Harriaon Par ker, Giles Mebane and James N. Fuller, aa a com mittee to prepare and report rceolutiona for the nction of the meeting. A debate of a very animated character enaned, in which Meows. Clingman, Milliard, Houiton, of Alab, Houaton of Del, Stephen. Holmes, Cobb, Henley, Conger, M'Lane, and others, par ticipatrd. Mr. Clingman ataled that a loMg and labnted reply of the Secretary of War, to a letter of Gen SO 60 50 SO John Jones, 60 Faddie Maybo, 60 Wm. Newman, ir. 60 David H.Catea. 1 00 C Qrt motion, Daniel D. rbillipa, Caq was ap pointed to take in tbe list of texabtee and taxable property for tht preaent year. On motion, tbe following ordinance waa adop ted Be it Ordained, That tba ordinance adopted on the Sd of April, 1847, be amended aa follows i Be it ordained, Ac, That tbe proprietora of Cir cuaea. Jugglers, and Slight of Hand Performers, ahall be required to pay a tax of ten dollars to the town before they art permitted to exhibit within the limits of the corporation i that the nropnetnrs ttfk D. C. JW Afciry i ate, j retitien J William Dfirman nd JuEan kit u ie. and Surak Jane BucknoU, for sale of va. M Tatum mud Henrietta kit scte. IN ibis rate, it appearing to tbe Court that tht dctrndanta John Tatum and Henrietta bie wife art wt inhahitante of thia eUlei It ia therefore ordered that puUieeiioa be made ia tbe HiHabo ouch Kecorder, lor I tie space or aix weeaa, aou- fving tbe said noneeidenu to appear at the neat term of our ssid Court, la be held for county of Paraon, at tht court houas la Roaborougb, an the third Mondar ia June next, then and there to abow eauae, if any tbey have, why the prayer of the petukmera should not oa granted ; Wtier- augment will he taken pro conieaao sgainei tbem. Witness. Charles Maann. Clerk ef said Court. st oflke, the 3d Monday in March, A. D. 1848. CHARLES MA5SU.N, Ulerk. Price adv. $5: 00. S9 oft rn&rv ahaTI nam a ta af fia ilallara t anJ R0gTie3.-The Store of our worthy ci- Concerto. Lecture-, and all other exhibitione. make money, a tax of two and the town Canatable ia XlO&uea. I ne oiqrc ui our nwuij vij Concerts, Lecture. tjn. Amos Jesup, was broken int.. on j wheR objecl u to Monday nishi, ud co widerable. mount Iu of goods taken off. There was some ap- . . . . 7 The committee retired, and after consultation j0" ""I U",TO on " r reIwted the following teduUon. : ttfl" ,h "ll h bcn na b hoa' Remind, That we will cheerfully abide the de waa Included in the correepoiHlenet yoaterday riino of tbe National Convention, to be held in 'communicated. He inieted that this letter could Philadelphia on the 7th of June next, and will !not legitimately be included in the motion to cordially snpport the nominee of eaid Convention. Rtmlrtd, Tliat, in the opinion of this meeting, (n. Z. Taylor ia the choice of the Whig of thie ('onereanioiial Diatrict, for the next Prcaidcnt of the United SUtea. The fintt reaolution waa received with a hearty print Mr. M'Lane maided that tbe resolution of the 17th imtatit calling for all unpublished correspon dence between Gen. Scott end the War Depart ment aa modified by the mover at hia (Mr.M L.'a) j acvent, and adopted unanimously. The second auggestion, included all rephee to lettcra wnttcn, wa rejected by the convention, there leing some .and that thia reply of the Secretary of War waa contrariety of opinion among the delegate as to intended to be embraced in the correspondence who i the first choice of the diatrict, whether 'called for.' tien. Taylor or Henry Clay. ' ' '1 The amendment both of Mr. Cobb and Mr. The Convention then selected for their delegate ! Stephens were finally agreed to, and the reeolu- t Ihe National Convention, Edwin G.' Read, esq. j lion of tho committee ou printing waa then adop of Perron county; and Calvin Wiley, eaq. ofGran ted. ville county, at his alternate, Mr. Cobb moved to rccotuwder the vote adopt- Rrmiltrd, That tbe proceedings of this Conven, ing die resolution, sml demanded the previous l I.I' 1 , 1 .L . ,,:u .1 V ' . 1 t ... I . . 1 question, renuing wnicn me oouse aajounieu. Secosp, The veto power. The pow er given by ihe constitution to the Exec utive to interpose his veto, is a high 'con servatire power; but in mv opinion should never be exercised, except in cases of clear violation of the constitution, or nmnifct hnste ntul want of consideration hy Con- gress. Indeed, I have thought that, fori many years past, the known opinions and wishes of the Executive have exercised undue and injurious influence upon the legislative department of the Government; and, for. this cause, I thought our system was in danger of undergoing a great change from its true theory. The personal opin ions of tho individual who may happen to occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action of Congress upon question! of domestic policy ; nor ought hit objections to be interposed where questiont of constitutional power have been settled by the various departments of goods taken off. I here was some ap pearance ol a disposition to nre the house. A man named Butts hat been lodged in jail, and hat disclosed the name of othera concerned in like nefarious plots. Pome miserablr executed counterfeit coin were found Willi him, betides goods, bul none 6f Mr. J.'s goods. Faytttetilk Car. The specific reforms proposed by the Chartists of Great Britain are nut very generally understood in the United States, very little attention having been paid to ihe objects of their association, until, in consequence of recent European events. their movements have become invested with an extraoruinary degree o interest, They demand, 1. Universal Suffrage, , , 2. Vole by Ballot. 3. No Properly Qualification. 4. An nu :il Parliaments. 5. Payment of Members; and 8. Equal Electoral Districts. Richmond whtg. Advise not what is most pleasant, but what is most useful. hereby authorised and required to collect the same. On motion, the Board adjourned. EDWIN A. HEARTT, Tcevn Clerk. LONG, WEBB, & CO." Operation upon the Tettht! Wo 2?o SOS? DEXTIST, THANKFUL for form bbeiallty, again of fer hia profeaaional aerviree to tbe Ladies and Gentlemen of HilUborough and vicinity. N. B. Families will be waited an in sny por tion of the county, by making timely application through friends, or the post olfict at HUlaborougb, Mason flail, or Haw River. - - Oliaia iiwilli- aJiito ali Way 1. , S6- Bargains! Bargains!, : THE abbscribera art receiving their carefully selected Stock of . Spring and Summer . GOODS, which they will sell as low ss csn be bought in -the state. Purchatra would do well to call and RESPECTFULLY announce to their frienda 'examine our stock, beforo purchasing elsewhere, and the public, that they are still at their I h ia certain we will do the thing that ia right, ha old stand, ready to wait on all who mar give . ,n way oi semug encap gaoaa. -a . aST - I LAWS & PALMER. 58 them a cslL They keep constantly en band a full and com . April 27. plete atork or of very description suitable, for the season; alao Hardware, - Grocer ie, . . Urusrs, medicines, Uye Stiiflt, Carriage Trlmmfns, &c. Iddln and Gptitlrmen will do themaelvea and nr iuaiice bv lookine at our stock before makins HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR STOCK their purchases. - I OF . Country Prodnre & Country Cloth taken in exchange for Goodt . May 8. . . SO The Best Article yell 1 000 p""1 wcU mni BAC0N foi Abo a lot of good Family FLOUR. LAWS fc PALMER. April 7. S8-. A. MICKLE & CO. New Spring and Summer GOODS. SANDS' 8ARSAPARILLA. 1 The heakh of tba human svatem depond 7THE eubecriber takes pleasure in informing almost entirely upon the state of the blood. If. hi friend and the public generally, that he the vitalizing 6uid which pervadea every tissue.: ia now receiving, from New York and Pbiladeb pnia, nis-apmig anppiy or STAPLE and JVf.YCI' P IS V GOO DK, embracing all the varieties nual(y in demand in tion he published ia the Hillsborough Recorder . f t. ara a The thanks of the meeting were then tendeied vention adjourned. " I The Hammoth Brother Jonathan for snvH July 4th. We have received from Messrs. Wilson & Co. tf New York, a ebect of specimens of the En ravings prepared for their great Pictorial Jubi' l.t Brother Jonathan of the present year, now about being issued. Theee are fine spirited por traits, the aiae of life, of Messre. Cky, Benton, IWcttstcr.and Calhoun. The paper ie likewise (to contain TAe Amult on Chapulteptc, before ahe walls of Mexico, by tho American troops ,an immense engraving, occupying nearly two iwhole pnires of the Jonathan. The atupendoua aize of thia picture, haa enabled the artist to give the nxact position of the assaulting parties, and ' 1 koi esues of the various American officeia in their scve.al positions. The uaunl variety of engrav. Ins mitalde for the Glorious Fourth are alto to . ,bc gicn, together wit'i a. fas. nimilc of the manu script Declaration of Intb endenco in the hand- ever? membrane, fibre, filament, aland, or other of Government and acquiesced in by the ' organ, primary or subsidiary; if the hlood be char people. gcd with the element of disease, sickness must be THIRO. Upon the subject of the tariff, lh! inonc--nd until the causes of disease .. .f ' ..r . existing in the blood be eradicated, no permanent ne currency, tne improvemen t. uur wKrf un u . ft u her8 tha-, the thl, of tfMltJt ,uch M liiohtvavsi. river, lakea. and harbors, the ...! u-.i.i. re j c i a.:.u i .... ' j - - i'mui uwtiiiHreaionnff ptopenica w cawn v.i.wi inimi u..iwi will of the people, as expressed through prilla are manifested; its searching opeiation their Renresentativet in Consress, ought reaches the causes of disease, the cure it performs to be respected and carried out by the are therefore radical and thorough. Its potential Fxecntive 1 " 1 virtues are attested by thousands of rheumatic and 1 scrofulous patient, and by all who have MKen Executive. Focrth. The Mexican War. . . a J .1. !. . 1 On Friday. Mr. CobV. motion to reconaiderj cerely rfjoire at ,he prospect of pfi.iSrnOTla tbe vote on die resolution passed yesterday, was yjy jjfe na oecn devoted to arms, yrt I ; cates the outward evidence of disease. with hia consent, laid on the table, and then i look upon war at all limes and under all Preiwrcd and sold bv A. B. & D. SANDS, The house went into committee oi me wnoie circumstances as a national calamity, to on the private calendar; when aeveral billa were be avoided if compatible with national considered, reported to the house snd psased. honor. The principles of our Govern- On Saturday, the house we engaged theen- ment. aa well as Us true pol.cy, are op- tire dav in diseuasin. the meaaage of the Presi- " . : ' ." dent, lelative to affording succor to Yucatan. The message waa finally referred to the committee on foreign relatione. Whig Keeting at Pleasant Grove. On Saturday the 6th inst., a respecta- and the dismemberment of other counines by conquest. In the language of the great Washington, " Why should we quit our own to stand on foreign ground!" In ihe Mexican war our national honor has been vindicated, amply vindicated, and in dic tating terms of peace we may well afford We member of Whiga met at Lea'e store, lo be forbearing and even magnanimous in this eonntv, lor the purpose oi aeieci- io our lauru tm . , ing delegates from that Captain's district,! These are my opinions upon the tub to attend the proposed Whig Convention jectt referred to by yon ; and any reports to be held in Hillsborough on Tuesday of , or publications, written or, verbal, froth May court, to nominate candidates lor . ny source, uinenng in any essential par- Druggists, 100 Fulton street, corner of William, New York. Sold also bv LONG. WEBB it COn Hilla- borouah. by ALEX. S. WEBB & COn Chiver Garden, Orange, and by Druggists generally throughout the United States. Pi ice $ I per bottle. Six bottles for f 6. February I.; , , this county', for tho next General Atsein bly. . .1 On motion, Wm. A. Lea, esq. was call Oil to the chair, who explained the object a'vvfrsiaaivsfi sn ailtni sisi7fa.y aa ubium- . s j Writing of ierm, with all the original Sna. the meeting in a concise ami livid nnt fair. ilt,nl. l. AimI oilv 1 i . elite per top). !"pr licular from what U here written, are un authorized and untrue, j , I do not know that 1 ahall again write upon the subject of national politics. I shall enffajje in no schemes, no combina- . tC.U . t : jlton., no intrigues, ti we American peo- Obilunry. Died, at her rendeoce in thia county, on the SOth of April . si, M(t Lvcf Hawaisa PaT TX05, wife of James N. Patterson, Esq. She waa among the beat of women; kind and affec tionate, she waa beloved by all who had the plea sure of her acquaintance. . Her death ie lamented indeed by all, but moat by those who knew her worth. . ? : " Communicated Died, in this county,' on tho 3d instant, of I Pneumonia, Ricaaaa Woona, son of Mr. lames Woods, in tha 18th year of bis age. The dec ed was an amiable young man, possessed of ma ny noble qu&lities, and waa respected aad beto ( e by all who knew hiin. Muslin, plain, check and striped. Gingham, of every style and pattern, French, Engliah, and American Prints, Cali coes, &c, a great variety. Northern Cloth, from 8 cento to 10 cents per yard. i - HATS, SHOES, BONNETS, Ac. &c -f II a r tltc arc and Cutlery Glassware nid ;h(na. Brown SUGAR, from 8J to 8 cento per pound, " and all ofher thioga iu proportion. Hi goods bare. hei selected with great care, S,d wiH be very low for cash, or to punctual custodier. He ia thankful for past favors, and hopes that hia attention to buainess and desire to please bare I been such aa to entitle him to the favor of e call, not doubling that hia wry hw prices will induce I them In ntirrhaae. - ... - . . . . v . t- XT WILLI AM KliJwi. May 8.- Spring and Summer GOODS embracing all the varieties usually brought lo this niaiket. They are determined to sell at tmall profit, and hope the public will call upon them and test , their eincerny. With many thanks far past favors, they would . say, call at the Cheapest Store for the Crtatat Bargains. (y Wanted, a large quantity of Tow and Cot ton and Country Clothe. X M & Co. April 28. 88 LOOK .ir TSJ JUST recelvetl, a new supply of French Giushams. - . . , feilk Tiasue, " N" Half Mourning Lamartlne, i CoL TMbon Muilin, ' Linen Fttnge, . . . Dailv exnected. ' ' " "V i 78 piece Prints, assorted color snd pattern. 10 patterns cheap Caasiinares, and other de suable Goods. I May 8. i.osg:webb;&Co. 59- Equity Sales, - - Eleanor Locktart ciid qtitft ex parte. - PURSUANT to decree of tbe Court of Equ. A- ty for Orange county, made at March term, 1848, 1 shall offer for sale, before the court-hows door in H'.luhorough, on Monday the SSd day of May, tbe following tract of Land, belonging to tbe heirs ot iavw utcanan, oeceaaeo, vm: v One trad of fifty acres, lying on Enoe, adjuiuiug the landa of Alexander Dickson and others. K t ? '. ..." ' Also, one tract of twenty-six acres, ed joining the lands of Mrs. Burton and Other. Said landa wi.l be sold on a cd of tweh months, purchasers required to give bond and se curity, end the it la reserved until the purchase money ia paid. , i tl. r . l.tiixt.. r. x. ml E. April 17. ; S8-4 . ' i . " . ... ' - Solomon Fuller ni others, ex parte. k ; PURSUANT to a.deaee of the Court of EquU ty for Orange county, made at March terra 1848, 1 ahall offer for sale on id premises,, on Monday tha 6th day of June next, the House and Lot situated in tne wwn oi niuaborougb,oa Quota street, now occupied by Mrs. Thome Adams. - Also, ibe Lot adjoining the above. . A credit of one. two and tore years will be given, interest to be paid after tht first year; pur chaser required to give bond and security, and tht tide will be reserved until tht purchase mo ney ie paid.i O. F. LONG, c. dc h. s , April 57. 3-