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AJji. Ffl ewljif-s.i Xj Hi! uii'nilf r 7 ' ' " ' tViViT.4 r i-t La Go.- ia. i-l.w It-ctna f 'J. Kit.. Ill l'.ii:e- rt-Hw-o'! V . it Tie C:i4 0 Krn'aa fa Chlo,- WkWi iriH base iranwtl. ffm th B"l!r I.i. Ii lltrr lias r ft, tiMr to tin C ;! I.y J..lin f f the ti.i:.-d S14 ! Im snirti-, tears, -awd f te ilsr'su f-! Fraer. and I as i-cj potest h.!ou j.lisn.j-.i. tut Am rsrlsi- UWIm y ' il. Lilac's uid. 5! THE COUSTJXG-HOUSE in shm? rrliir.. thai iLe perwwi Hh-m-h-J f rUiioiii u he rUm n, 'I" erpln.t site rtel.t i f iV n-i ihe !:! m. ill. j Austria. Tie Diijernr ha a' !!! ivm. ih c ilii-; tfc La Ih t.artias a-faer l-Mrty f.rr-J tie mnrt 1 5r.iuii..u v -lit il. f uilw n ut.. M.i iw-f.l.rw. Th He Xlnu-' C'4 ?.l JT fTi yTJ 1 e fihe 2J.irr.l.r i.. Vi.W-i.I,l.,!M,B,1!.!rr. A Vvr4- Af 4 VJ A4 Aj I Z:'i Mr.i r.iUa1.MHI ltrfi!rHiN'rv. - XJfl. I. i M IBM JJO.i Q JLL L Kl ..j gM mmmmm Vrc!nrda, January 3, la ncrflot cffcnalor. nawraot f J4iJiing but trrrk. M t'tgra, Ua E. BiMti, has berm Pr etectal tor ail jrnn from the 4th March sit. TW rtrrttua was rlt-nej mi ll 30th art, Mr. lliJ,-rr receiving S3 votes, juat roo;h to elect, ICS hiving ! east. TW lawwarraU grtn. I voJrJ tor Mr. Clin-maa. whig, bofiug. iMHr. to draw rooM jh Whigs to hi "n'ort 10 tlrCrct Mr. Di-l.-w. j. . MXNS 1'IIISKS. I? ft ? 1 -I' i i ? i i 1 . I ! r2 i : il,iMilfM inlrl !a-Iil-nli ' rfliflc of ivnihii rmnlnrtNrl ihrmiL lm.Ik.il iwynSlM ui ilirrouirrnirn: f ilie mte tWUrrd ilulv. 4 'lb T iwi.f ifc. Ic 1L CiHiKtitulinn, Ixfn lle ! rr on nnth. f iiw ttn m tlm AiImim mJ rn n ihm 7 Ferrrml tie KinJtrlrk Uhmia 11. ' injf Imi lo ticacrr inn i iuiina;t-iy ua r'n t-nia. whim hmi maun u,p j pi-rtiiifiou! v. Our laft w-rHin:, liiiiutna of itic ruaJ, are iWUrJ fir w .rr bb m niuii to mm wi. it nf ,,e Telrgmj linr. i ft ilirm in a iai i.f pom, ifting iarlli?i ihat ur fxrirat )! Mrmtor Louf,,, W1M ,MJ wh miifouii.M;i ai d ilic iriiluliliiy nw twnii ti he, t!ii iliry ill Jtwit m ihrir rrral hoium itlmui rUfcuiij an organization uf ilia fgiflalnrr. lull Ui mrril ( tint iliwteninn it ic harJIv win lit lnle for na lrr to rntrr. ft if rtini.g'i tlu it rui. in maLr it a tub. jrrt f tit prrraiion l.y a'l llm lutrra uf law anj nnlr. Hut, haii.ilv. it it in m ten W. E:tt.v. rrT-v1 h t (rut in the HoSWJ'M l oinrlime tennrd a Kt-iolutiuil, of Common, J wri ofrlrrlKm u imtti to "r ' Itbrllinn. 'J hi" IWIe uf tlie umJ, Um tram-T. Tb ekrtion to U beU f n ruiiffrn in it at rvH-ni vm THE CHOLERA IS .NEW Oni.EANX. Drlrarw, Drr. S3. i49. Tli Cliolrra ha paralizrtl ltukiitca lo an erornnna eiirnt. Our lion-la are nraily raranl; 1I ilmtrriiM leae areow. riUt JLmttrt tt lAc k'-jft iJtmi, . !; A ttt-t arrirtnl jiiia Mr ihIt fmni flt die S mJiaii h tbiult. ami tit Captain re- v ort thai U.re Uito'a hare IxriHti al jf' iimwI drpiipulairtl, lit mli Ji!anli davintf ( IkLck up tlie f uld fevrr and ff rmiarrat mio i rfiiiomia m Ial ror)rvancf j ,LI l I 'I " "" IT qtK-UirU. . j v f 1 1 e Sntl irli f land paper report that i JANUAIiY. 7 s w 1 2 8 9 H ithin two d.v. that rnidrnio hum laden " rjwii m .ne mnif , 1 re in il.ne liad di-epiti hnl wi of v lliv !ii;lili rn.ii to ilie fVjeea, for the ,fl r t t a . a i!.. ..i ,.. .. rrjeei.utMw on me lain i arm la. f . . !: i I le mniinamier f tl Kre4tHi .tsl or- b: I : ,i i. i . i i . uf our Ixfft e jizrtii I'iuriiiniti, Pro. 13, 10 a. . i e a. eouiiit received Here or Hie rat- pUrp.e t,r rt-nderinff aid la tlm l.ne in. i!et of liir riiolm at New Orlean and Inhibit. - on imard ol Hie b"ai hviuid up are well V The rarrtim of th Poulhrni Mrmhm " Cno- fail 1 find nut who i toLUme, and Wire' grovcl'.rJ in roaiunw of rorcrlinKi ia lh'bke llifiu areordin-lr. Nr will n llMiaK1wrnut.w.affrrtH.gU1uUooof 'erioiwetil euue. should the fUl.ture rj ia tha U,M.irt of I'-lumLia. anplea !lhr r fall lo be orgniied. TI.e f- eJ to h -UH-J. .. chlb.l?., great ,r ,,f f Su," ,,n.,,7 t'Wfl"nf" e,lm...nj Jr:i..tiv Ifth. Kou-hem ' fi-(r"' ' 8 " n?f . ... .. . ... eomeuiienre, a m tindereUnd. it, will Krn will rotitmur to bm-1 Uim utM-aiiua nil firm. . . , . i - .... . . . . amn Iv le the iweriiiiiion of alrifilaae r r r r ' : w.ll fi.ui .nv-if Nartl.M when th. h ( j.j lhan u'jrctl,.!lroiiieiipf,rfi4lartioii,mai.f !.a rrjre,,,..!, ,.r ,, Ul-lemprr nd eieiie- w... ..,r -,.u ...r... ... currwi'K i.ih.ic. ., Int9 m,lc!l ,h, n-preentatiie ofil.e aa e pert-tore f an idle ronel bet n """"."" " ,,,r mfv,m VP 9n wp' r Iheirmt.nie.nm.ntfvlioi. liter will not ,ru,i"r,, to rn-,r l,,e Uiu.l eonalet .... J Emlgntloa tO.TeXJ.A pper.piib. ) MARCH. j liahed in he pari- h of K pidt (1 a.) tiae ; Y Or- that the number of people paMirg to Tri- j "' a ia iiiiufiully Jare. Ii aya ee siiire j lion among our eiiizrna. Tlieeteamrr I'eytona, from New lean, arrived here a few mmutea The C-'apnin reporla that the Cholera wae ' rre.id i.n eleriion there l.3 he. n a j $Z raging to an alanuin; eiient m .New Or- ron.tam train of waeoi.a on. I.. io.J to APR1U lean lien he left on the 211. Fwurieen " , ii kn,.,,., .,. ti,. ,r. i, , derk pawngrra died nilh the fln.len 'fiow Mi.iM.nti. and ennearto hare a.arl- a- .. I w . at AIIU:. 'iil ' The Canlain of iha Pimn fnrtlirr .. .. : tatea that the aieamer St. Cloud wia Iv. ; ' '. The South Caiolina frgtahiurr haie ,....6. u,ru oii viH.irr .loin .Mi. aiMipi. and appear lo lia onboard the Y)tooa, while eoraii.g up ' ed immedi-ielv after theIeetion. the Mis-iw.ppi. , 1 main roada to teiaa art crowded ma jr. ing at Virkhurg, unuhle lo proceed anr 1 . . ... . . .... I inriiinv nn ..ktn.i ni I. .f ... . . i. ... tvaioiuidJinjaaiKiMiirra. w e bae cMinjriire oiiiMieite narlira in die State hate wrought! . . . -""-"""-.- " pasreu lo at-runa reaUiiigaMiieaiiilionaiiiff in the foo.lnfih,I, of iU .North. and tht-mli.e. j ! enoiria on uoarii ine loat, while on,iiie btaie lo aubirribe 'i0.(i00 to ilie J i.i UMir 0.-.O.UN. to. ih trnion ; and e i llefn-e f !ie lime enmea for the Ioiala- , Pa'8:'ge ! he eaptam, the mate. South Carolina pari v( the Wilmington . peliewjibee .ill eon-m to ..llow th. h,J of lure t.in to a..,Me. new election will I !!? ';7 f"!!!lV,f.li,.,',,!1,.,r '.'.f ,,,,, .M,,tl,w rail-road. and lo aiford til ..h nn a. in ,i.-.Wf (h, if. have ..en ,,fld d.ro.ghont the Stale, and " 1," ' j ' L.i- ik. ..j-' te I'eooie will icive eeliled the ouemion " . ruu. .heriw,.KH,..d thu. aid in -.'of who right and who i. wrong in U.i.i u": p . R America, coining up. full of sick pan- ' .......... . (. louu. had all died with ih rh.ii.r I I i i .i . .. I aa l.ikldiiin in ,najlut I m aidul. ir nr wn iiriu inroiiniHiiii nit chit, oiiii . . . .. . ..... i vi..m - vii.i- - iii-t in Ihe iHtioit on wing the I-miJ of I'nion. roninirry n.ucn inor cnecnriy ano ' T ";- w and S been d " T", 'T " of IC'imnrtii .iitra, of Mr. tio rraiiiuiiun in , 1 . . . , , . . , . enotich to work the boat. ' i In. as. umilil hrnhnlilr hitva hern tli .i - trucung the roiiwiutite on the l)itrict of Colum-' .. 'i ir....ii..n.iH,,i I in iiu.rnmiriii iiiiicirniii ..iiwii iuiitu from our, inatead of Ilie ballot-box. bit to rrporl a hill rohiliitiiig the alavo trad In aid Dittrw-t. wli'u-h luainlv kii to ilie call of the mircting above a'luJ.d to, Mr. Fh.um., of Ve, OhiaThe Hmiae of Representative otU-rrd a rcanlutUm inatmciiiig th wo eoonnit 0f Ohio, afier a piolractcd atrnggle of three toe to inquire into ihe eipcdicncT of rrtromling week, eftcrlcil a partial organization on raid D.-lrirl to the atute of MarvUml, with th ( the 25th ultimo, hv the adoption, by both eiccition of Ihe public ground, aiu builJing ; partiea.of a compromise proposition which whk h rraolutiun va adopu d. If a meaabra of exclude temporarily both et of member Ihi kiuJ ran be carried out, it will forewt put a ' claiming the aeat which the apportion' top to'lhi. eiriting aul jret in Coi.grraa aa far aa lw aign lo the eily of Ciucinna- th HiUrirt of fjoluiulHt iacotweme-i Cid.linR. No bueinea of inlereat, howerer. had .....M ,..,- w G...1 t)ib,iiu'. rr,-.in 'wit done it ih date of our ImI account. V4A1V AJV lt0 W ia lei aaaaan CT f,CUt III filing Th rumor oftheinonler of Re. Daniel wihtnJnx he enyl into wh.ch her Hiker, tn e-teemed lrehvteria.i M,.!lfC!''tors hire got.en them.elre. will be si.mirv to Teia. i contra.iiced, li tter, nta.nla.ned. I he agent in New ork ha. having lHen reeeive.1 from him al Prince- rfreie-il notice from the 1 reaanrer of Oh.o lon.(NewJer.ey.).t.t.ng hi.eacpe from ht the January interest on the State Bond the peril, to which hew., exposed .mong ' lr,,v r"OVdeJ n,, W,U ,",J Ihe IndUtw. m.d hi. snfe relurn lo Victoria! j bry "","'8f"T' - ' Death of Kr. luiton.--W perforin a llpt Geo . OalpeSi hn rceriecJ or-!,n,v (inwrcoln. ,lT j .nnmincing ,he ton from the ; I're.irlcnt to rcpa.r to the uf Mr ,B,jj t'Un. Editor of the e.iern l)m,.on of the Army, to e rea WiiJ,i n,on jurnau wlich emirrrj Jrf dv to n..me the command of . I whenever CnirIelfW nn lhe 24lll jlIrn0. wrn, MajorJ.en. I.ylor. re.gnat.on .hall ( , ,nl, pilv ,,, ,. ,!av. .ince, in the create, vaeancv there So .ay. the N. L f rep.iring the ravage, oft dieea.e York Day nook, winch add. thai Gen. of n jn(a,nniHtorv nature under which he ..aiue. am, ,;,mur lravc. a. ui.gion lor, ... nro(ir.a.rj fr m,nv w.eki. 11- New Orleans forthwith. H,Ut. fun. ha leil a wile and child to grieve over their blighted r J'peci. Ii is age was 27. Hi. remains were brought here yesterday Wit. Chron. The Scatwd and Roanoke RoIIroal The Nrf-lk Oourier of MomUy, st.y rr iuierinent inai iiipisurcs are in contemplation, which are likely to be very speedily con- KetiEg oa glaTery QucsUoa. ...miiiHlcd. for the renewal or tl. road.' A lneelj f ,nc,uber, of Congres. from The I tinner add., llut " matter, are in Sou,,iern SlalM, flf wlh political pr lhe hand, of m-n of capital, ab.l.iy. encr- (jt w,s hcJ i(1 ,e Sena,e t;.amber. on gy and zeal, who may be relied npn to) Fritav n h, ,ie S2d inst., and continued carry ...ch measures as my be adopted, ' ,0 -Ue hnr, Tn. rne.ting wa. ad into immediate effect. dre.acd by Meaars. Calhoun. Westcott, ! Foole, H;ivlv, Stephens and others. A Tbe Cholera at ITcw Crieaas. We, regret to aei that the I holer ia till on! the increaae at New Oilcan. The num ber of death by ihia disease, al the Char it? Hospital, fur the twenty fo'.ir honr en dt'eg at C o'rlorV in the evening of the 20th ultimo, was 33 ; for the ensuing twenty four hours th deaths at the hospital were 22. We have no authentic account of Iha The South Carolina legikiur has again refused lo pass the bill giving fi o rirriiuu oi i midrn-jai elector to id e; IVAnle. Th enl stood in llm Snaiai t " - - yeas 22, nay. 23. i sr. A Good Exauiple. 'f.ie Whg of ward aii of the eily of Hoaton raised fund sufTicicnio give every poor familr in the ward a good substantial dinner on Christ- j mas day, without distinction of party. I jo JTJ-BANDS' 8ARSAPARII.I.A-Thia value fci ble meiiiriite comhinc th mmt aaluUlary pro Wt entire number of death in the city. Fri- j dtietion, ih moat potrut aimples f the veeuhte , Tir irimn or mi i cicgrapn iaie mem "''"--"" at 45 nn the hrt of the above mentinned i day, and 43 on the other day ; and a like dispatch, dated on the evening of th 2Sih. announce that the iltaihs by this dreaded mulady had that day run up to 150. 0,010ft Kw ihp Nonh. and iherefrtrc movcil' prevailed. I lie latest election returns Late from Europe. Kltfttt " .aN. MwMiyjinW w Vr- ri'AfciK of Fmnce Flight the rrpt-AtlirtiHn nf the Bmjieriir uf Austria Riait in rntrtia Ireland VuiVf.. The steamer Eusopa. CapU I.ott. arriv ed at New York on Monday afternoon, bringing date from Liverpool lo ihe 10th ult., being two week later than ot.r pre vio.i advire. Our correspondent ha forwarded u the following summary cf new. : BY MAGNETIC TCI.ECRAPA. Transmitted for the Baliironre American. Krw Vork, Dec. 31, 8 . M. The Cunard .learner Europa arrived this afternoon from Liverpool, whence she sailed. on the 10th ultimo. The most important intelligence by this arrival is the result of the recent Presidential election in France. Louis Nspoleon ha been elected Pre sident of France. The country i repre sented a tranquil. The Pope has been compelled to leave Italy, and was under the protection of the King of Naples. FninC. -The latest intelliceneo from Paris is up to 10 o'clock P. M. on Thurs day, the 13th, at which time tranquility latest t oration of health lo thorn who hud long pined amler the mo4 !'trca-ine, chronic mutuilieu, ha gtvea it an eca'red character, furtiiahing, aa it iloea, evidvne of its own inlrinje value, and recom awniling il to tli afllirtod in terms the alBictrd only can know. It has long been moat important desideratum in Ihe practir of meIii-ine to nlituin a remedy ainilar to thia one that would act on the liver, atnmarh and howsla, with all th pre etaion nrl potanry nf mineral preparation, yet wi.nout any or mat itearivrtmia vrnm. uxti vital powers nf th syatoia. Ersptinn ia all tbetr vurioui phnaea, oSrsrs of vry kind, rtiau matisaj, !: tliaaa, inditation, kHiRnnv and torpidity of th naral saaitra, snd many other eaiplaitila, tan he st!ived arufsnred by tlii vaU aalil comhinfttion of detergent, tonic and ari nt Piice ft per bottle. rMi holtlcsfor 5. i Pnpared and sold by A. B. Jc V. HANDS, Drug trista, 100 Fulton sut, corner of Williaat, New Vnrk. : ftoM atao by l.ONO dt WEBD. Hillttarnuth.l by AI.EX. . WEBB A CO, IWr (.i.r.len,i i n . j k r i... . i , ' iil, Him 'j ,iiigiw yviivisii luruugliuui the t 'l.ited 8ute. Wm. Dandridge Epes.'the niHrdrcr'of .ca 0f resolutions in defence of South Mr. Muir. wa handed at Dinwidilic Court prn ni:his, was submitted by Mr. Dayly. 11. 'use, Va.. on Frulay the 22.1 ultimo.; f,jrt Stephen was opposed to any move lie made a full confesinn of his guilt in ,nent until some otenact had be'cu com- rrcard to lhe murder of Muir, but ilemed that ho had committed the othet murders reference of Mr. Bayly's resolutions! s'ow a majority in favor of Prince Louis aiiinuteiMo mm. . nn,j lne whole subject to"a ciimmtttoe . I composed of one member from each slave- Robbers Arrested. Serer'51 persons holding Stnte, to report on the 15th of Ja hivejheen taken up and committed to ourj nuary. This propotition wa sustained Jail, on a rharge of robbing the Store of j by Mr. Toombs, in a speech of much abi Mr. John D. Williamson the night of the , lily, and finally prevailed, whereupon the I Sili inst, ... In the possession of one of j meeting udjonrned. them, a white man living a lew miles from The correspondent of the North Ainet town, were found goods of Mr. Wil-( ican says: iiams. and also some belonging In Mr. If Gidi'iiigs and his associate dema Joss up, whose store was hrokeropen last gnpnes are permitted to go on if Ihe ro Spring, besides othergoods not yet identi-j prcscBtntives of the enlightened opinion ficd. This man, we learn, has a eon-iii-! of the Free Slate will permit themselves law entailed in neddlini?. An officer has ! to be led by audi ambitious intreoners. 1 4 5 o lo II 12 13 It 15 18 I? IS IH 20 21 22 23 21 23 23 2? 2H 29 3(1 31 FEBRUARY, 12 4 S 8 7 8 9 10 " II 12 13 II IS Iff 17 18 19 VO 21 22 23 21 23 26 27 28 12 3 4 5 8 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS 16 17 19 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 26 27 29 29 3U 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 20 27 28 29 3d ' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 23 27 28 29 30 31 12 3 4 S 0 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 13 24 23 26 27 28 29 3d 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 28 29 30 31 AVC.UST. 12 3 5 a 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 IA 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 28 27 23 29 30 31 &EPTERBER. 1 2 3 4 3 8 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 18 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 0CT0Uf.fi. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 II 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 NOVEMBER. 12 3 4 5 8 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS I 17 in 19 ;a zt zs s.i ti 23 26 27 28 29 30 DECEMnElc. I .2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 II 12 IS 14 13 10 17 8 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 29 30 31 First Quarter. 2 2 23 mora. I VI1 .Moon, M 35 af!(.r. Il Quarter. 16 I 39 morn. New Moon. 21 4 4H morn. I'ir Quarter, 31 II 28 mora. Full Moon. 7 6 I morn. fl Qrfwr, f I4f 104S af.er. Nw Mono, i 8 IS after. JUNE. JULY, Fiil Q'larlrr. I Full Moon, 8 IasiQiune, Q New Moon, J First Quailrr. 31 Full M.Mn. 7 Last Quitter. 13 New Moon, 22 First Quarter. 29 Full Moon. 7 L! Quarter, IS New Moon. 22 Firl Quarter, Full Mon, 6 l-isl Quarter, 13 New Moon, 2'J First Quarter, 27 48 af.er. 47 after. 24 after. SI morn. 43 morn. 10 35 nvm. 1 53 4f.er. C 39 after. 9 2 ilium. J Full Moon, List Quarter, New Moon, I'irst Quarter, Full Moon, I dial Quarter, New Moon, 5 13 19 20 3 II 18 52 morn. IS morn. 22 morn. 8 after. 12 after. V after. 4 morn. 29 morn. 14 morn. 53 morn. 0 after. 20 Wtrr. First Quarter, 25 1 1 0 10 37 after. 8 IH morn. 18 morn. 41 morn. 0 Full Moon, 2 Last Q'tarter, 0 New M.Kin, lit First Quarter, 2 1 Full Moon. 2 Last Quarter, 8 New Moon, 13 Finl Quarter, 21 Full Moon, 31 List Quarter, 7 New Moon. 1 1 Firsi Qu.ir.cr, Ti Full Moon. 29 Last Qnarter, 0 New Moon, 14 Firl Quarter, 22 Full Moon, 29 3 after. 1 40 after. 0 47 morn. 6 9 morn. 0 7 II I II 18 morn. 29 after. 58 after. 49 morn. 32 morn. 3 8 morn. 3 5H after. 9 9 after. 10 10 after. 1 38 ufpf. 10 23 iitorii. 2 25 after. 8 45 morn. :B :3 :s :3 a ;' : is) :3 :S :s :8 :n r : t? a Hi :IS r :8 ' HARRIED, In the city of Raleigh, on Tuelay morning Utters, th 56th ultimo, i the 'Rev. Drory Lacy, llsvsv ' A. nni)i, ej. Attorney at Law, of Arkansas, ' to Mit Cossslu Hsaav Cosar, youneat j r)aVe dsughter of Mr. Dahny Cosby, of Raleifih. Kohert Ulilnc, In this county, on Wednesday the 30th ulli- Martha Bailiff. mo, by H. M-Daniel, esq, Mr. Joa O'DAStat. J'X'wh' 3 to Miss Mi lis E. Missis, Daughter of Mr. ,' rn.titl, Janiva lioon, James Minnk Martha S. Bacon. In this county, on Tfiursilay the 31 at ultimo, C by the Rev. A. If. HiigVica, Mr. En SiiiBe to' Mrs. A. Cameron, Miss Fsac.ssTTf.,c)anghterof JoUn Tate, esq. ' Andrrwn Cole, On Tuesday evening the 5th of Dectniber, by ""vJJ' ron' th Rev.JohnHiirke, Itc-tor of. St, Jimm'a church, i:ijnjton I'nal' Bnlon Rouge, Col. Wili.uk Wsllics Bliss,' Ahrsm Cralitrce, of the loileJ 8lates Arniv. to Misa Ehi.t r'eUy ('otil. af a 4 itHllUliY;, tiiisime LETTERS rjEll.I.ING in the Psl )rTic atTHillalio. rough. IS VH on th 1st day of January, ima, wmrn ii not insnn oul will b aent to the General TRUST SA IS OP Va.uah.e Projicrly. 1M9, whiehif nottnkon out wilhin Ihre montha, ' If 1 ",ue uf " Vr''" f Trual, rxcrtiled to tlio l'osl OfDre aa 1J I urwniier bv Julius S. Dmcken. for et ilin been sent in'purstiitjof him. Faytltn ille Olttrvtr. Caught at Last! The three swind lers who have been prowling about in the counties of Moore, Cumberland, Robeson, and Richmond, in North Carolina, and in Marlborough District in this State, for saveral weeks past, were arrested on Fri day last and eonmiued to tin Jail of Richmond county. They had succeeded in pahj off several hundred dollars in ten dollar rnunteifeil bill on the Bank of Cape Fear, one hundred dollars of which was p.od lo Mr. Chirles Dry, of Union comity, N. C. in the Di(aici of Marino rtig'., s. O. for a horse, and 180 to Mr. No di (Jihsoii, of Richmond, for a couple f horses. We have been unable ia learn my of the particulars, further lhan the ahjve, au l ilicy had refused lo give their na nes or answer uy questions whatever. I ho eoiiiiny is rife with sh!i .wii.dler. d the people a'lould be up in tjie look ,M" .. ' CkrrM Guzd:e. . Bonaparte w hich, with those before given, leave no doubt of his election. rril.ee Lotus bonsparte ll proposed Tan.oa.oidy dai;S!iterof Msj irCencralZicha to raie uen. uavaignac 10 tne rana oij Marshal of r ranee ry Taylor, Preai!enl elect of the United Stales. William CraMre. I) Ileulicn Dav. Oliiluary. Dvia Kiis!i. Died, in this county, on the l.'ith ullimo, Eit-; Allen Edwanla. zSKTitJisiDiKsns,rliestdaugh.tcrof Alex-) F amler aud Elit.:belh Dirksiiii. The deceased wna Jane X. FlinUitT, almut nine yesrs old, lovely, anVtinnats, snd in who have not one particle of principle oi feeling in the question mil that which con cerns ihe.ir own political rttnsnects. then there must be a ruptureit is the dutv ofj AtlStrlft. The military executions for the Northern members lo meet together! political offences .till continue. 1 he cho- A partial amnesty is still spoken of as likely to be presented to the French ( ham bcr, either by Gen. Cav.ignaeor the Min istry of Prince Louis Bonaparte. It is niiderlo,d that it will nnt include the pri soner of Vinccnnes. m . .... .. .. . . . I . .ti: . 1 r - L..I. i t .1.. tTUSSia. At Memil, on Hie im jcc, ; w-"'."- i "- "irmivn. oi .uc w.llUlB Kauceu. the most alarming riots took place. On . Preabytenan churrh, and early gave iheirdaugh-j ,. th S'.h the entire town was in possession ter to the Irfrd in baptism. That she should he r'4iminl, Oarranl, of the populace for four hour, during; cut off at so tender an sga, is to ihcmand their! A. H. Graham, 3 which ItniC great excesses were Commit- : relations a deep sflliclion. How mvtterioua ar , William UarnJlt, John H. Faueelt, l William J. Fields, ted. lera ia raging fearfully al Presborg, Ireland. All is tranquil. Lord Claren don wa formally received on his return to the Vice Regal IawIoc. . The usual ad dress of confidence wss voted to him, cou pled with recommendation for removal of grievances under which the country labors. His excellency' reply is tem perate, and disclaim, any design on the and determine to throw off this incubus Let lis who ate ihe sincere friends of, the abolition of slavery end slave traffic, select men of honor and integrity to lead us, and not trading politicians, whose breads dept-nds uon the agitation which they can excite." Railroad Across the Isthmus of Pa nama. A company has been formed in j part ol the liovernincnl lo exclude Ca New York city, for building a railway jtholics from jurie. from the Atlantic to the Pacific, aeros the j Italy. The revolution in Rome, has Isthmus of Panama, and the following . terminated by the flicht of the Pope, the gentlemen selected as Trustees, viz : Gen. head of the Roman Clboic Church. One VViuneld Scott, Cornelius V. Lawrence,; of the most popular Princes that ever a Esq., Matthew Morgan, Esq., Samuel. jc ended the Papal throne i now an exile Ja.nloii, Eq.. C. A. Davis, Esq., Judge 'and waiter. The Pope, it appears, nf Will'n.m Kent. Books for the subscription j ter the scenes last described, remained a ' if stock are opened. . ! prisoner in his palace, protected from pcr- The grinl Irom the jo? rnment of New jaunal violence by th French Ambassador. thy wava, O I.ord of Hosts. - Q the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowladg of Chattier Grunt. II K Julius L, Ksrn. I. A. I.ynne, Haulier I.allee, Mieajnh l.nshley. M William M rrsy &. Son, J.T. Moreh.d, Mary M Kerrall, 3 Jnmea A. Malone, Siinni'Mis Muvs, John D. Moure. N Maria Nichnls, Jonathan Nichols. O Mary Ogleahy. P Thomas I'hillips, Thomas F. Piper, W.lliam Paiker, louard I'helpa. R Judith Uohards, David S. Kay, Mvett Roberta, F. N. Road. S John J. Smith, Samuel Smith, Henry tSweanev. T Aaron Tripp, Richard Tapp, W. Thiiniuii purposes therein Mentioned, will be sold on ll nremisra, for cash, nn Tueadav Ilie noih insliint. I the tract of l.nnd whereon the said Jiiliux H. Pnic 1 ken now livea, ins mi the waters of Hiony j Creek, and cnnininimi Mill aerm. The Plant ! tion ia ouo nf Ihe vA in the ntichlsiihnml, and ' haa on il a large and wcll-fiuislird dwellinn-houst', I and all necessary mil biiilili.ips in rod repair. i V Hi also lie sol,, at the mime time and place, ! one other trad of l.nnd in Caswell county, where ; on Joseph Brnrken lived, eontainiii)' IS7 acres, I Also five negus s, l.ury, .Velsnti, SCena, Rich anl, and Rachel; and alio hia inkiest in four i other negroea. i Also, one Uiwtl Wagon, Barouche, lllueirv. I Household and Kitchen Furniture, Mors. , I'ot j lie, Hors. Sheep, Wheal, Corn, Ac. and all his r arming I IciisiIh. The rale wilt be continued on Wednesday, th 3 1st, or until all is sold. CEOKtJK IIPRLDE. TYitsrVr. j O ran ee coiinlv. January 3. 02 j The Milton Chronica) will ptraf insert until ) day of Sule. Vf) wrv 'M'A,taW j 'fIIR aufsi-rilH-r having located his family iq the toivn of llillslmr.iui;ri, atlhnt pleasant .Iwclling known a. the residence of the late Mr. J Walters, would lie glid to accommodate soma ; oighl or ten Isi-odcra. Families who hoard, and ymmir men coining to this otiu-e to school, will ) i'uid this very desirnhlo and pleasant place. i Terms low, to anil th times. SAMUEL PEARCE. Deeemlier IS. 61 4w God ! How unsearct.ai.to are his ju.ig.oentH, and , Wi. ' h,,,,,,-,. j. s. ,V J. Thomiwtm, Miss Betay A. Hohnea, Ann Thompson, his ways past tinlitig oul : M.o was the Inrd s , I). H. HiiWoro, and he ha taken her. M The Ijrd gave, and Iho . William II. llolilen, t.l 1... I.Le asav: bleaxctl Se Ilie n.n. ,.r il,. ' Klarkey Harrell. 3 . n ' j Mildred Hnlloway, Mrs. Harrinston, Mic s gone : her lovely lorni is laid bow iu the grave, to mould away. And wail the aummona of the dead. At the great resurrection-day. Female School. HIM.fBOROU";H, N. C. rilllK Winter Seasionof Mr. and Mrs. Bl'K--. WEI.l.'S ScIi.kI will open on the loth of Jamurv. ArninscinenU have hven msdo tor nstrurlion in Mtisie, French, and Diawing, by J well s,iialif.cil icacheta. Tuition, 512, $15, 17 50 Music. 20 00 French snd Drawing, each, IU IM) Deccaiher 17. .01 Ruffin Tapp, KliialTlli 'i'.irner. V Ja.nea Vsughan. W Mary William. Henry Williams, 3 John Williams, N. A. Whitfiald. Phillip & R. Walker, John C. Workman, William It. W tlker. (TV i'eiaona calling foi any of th alwvo letters, will please aav thev are advertised. J A M ES M .PALME R. P. M. January 3. 64 BOARD 1 At had of the autiscriher the ensuing c sion, on reasonable terms. - J. M. PALMER. January 3. Thomas R. Ilawkea, Peter Howell, James Hnlloway, William Horner. J John Jordan, A. J. Junes. SCHOOL fTHE subscriber intends to employ a eompe tent Fern Tendwr, lo lake rharae of a ) School at h.a pli.e of rvsiileuee in Ilillsliormiuli, j and would res . i fully solicit the patronage, of ! hia friend and the public generally. j A few boaide.a can Im taken. ! Terms in the liool according to the branche i taught. J SAMUEL PEARCE. t December I. 61 4 w Cedar Urovc Academy. rTlIIB next Sesiion of the School at iV.ii Uc A will coiinwnee on the 4th of January.' Tl i l ION. For Lsnaoage. Aljcb:, &c. f IS PO tuulish, 10 00 Bo nd can lie l.t, in good families in the nciiih lwrhol al price varying from five to five and a half dollars per inontii. SAML. W. Ht'UUES. Or ii g i CuLut)', Doc. ri. 59 2w