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tfct caartUao f a- l lberlj. Tb PlaaU fcsaiad. It fe ttaw.1 m tL OUrnt, that Iba TmwM at list Suta Iim ad the fin HiWn4raaffl0.C00lalUrUiil KutJ, m aulhaiusrd aal i-i.sid by Vkra h tcniiiiW of ibt rundniuaal ararfi aVasi art aaade alaolule, be wr0 raksrrtt M, tfa Irana ham At JCatib t'araEaiaa ttat tba lloa. ltrnf J. H'Kj aVrCura laiaf a raaJalata ( -clcriu at i'onpraa. A ramcaiiaa ia ba bcU la aaouaata a uereMir. Tli SmfTenipcrancr. Oa8t unla; rha tlal admw, a efj bttrtinf frroma- uuao af a tiaancrit iba tliiI liai Sarlala'al'nloa MaeaxIneU Mj of iba thwa of Teapwaac by Ibt l-UVa of that ! bas beea rrrrir.L It w emhrlttobed wilb tarha pLier. (juilt a arai darti4iu ia g iea af it ? eosratine. tart or Uiret f ibeaj elegant mnu m the Uat 5. C Ilrmocrat, by tba editor, bt ' jni, Tt,w werK hu a prmliar mtaml ia Nortb i f-euL Menibm af aateral tbr diMooa joiocd ia fbt pracvauuo J amlraparully ibt" l'a iua UitiMoa" af ihia plara, wbkh, whh k band- aomt banuer, atada a atiikiuf aiM? Uautiful ap j .. . . t : i bled at (ha vltct of aiming, tt wiUieat llie errv ' many. j Tin rVrirr "rt ojirnrd iih pmo U lite n. Mr.Ueana,audaaoJaprf-arrdlurMii'bac- raUuiu a auug itb fcclinj and juiit. I Tba Rer. Mr. WoVy iliea war and delird aaJJrs which ia.poUn of with biub praiae c-;..-.a,iH-;M.i...M....ii M.n.. i iu aathoa and fraling. . w mvwm v tua auurcww, jum, ?i awua iwv to pra-eotlba banner oa brbalf of Iba !-diet Of, Cbal If ai ; nhii-li aha performed in a awwasJajaa aud ararfful auiiinr. armntfMM twa tba iftemm , . r-.v...v - ny with a oral aud appropriate adibeia. Mr. Wik-y reajomdrd in t bigh tud juat Uibote to the ! atoral biflwaca of woman, ia all her relations of: witr, motlier. Ulrr, daughter. Tbt rrwmwnf was rh-eu ay tinging atouer aprorMte toe. We are gratified to Iraro that a large namlvrjed to give tome aitemiun to ihe qnettion of lha StudenU at Clwprl I1W hat joined tha of loealioit, and feporl aerordingly. Gor. j INviaina, and b-palbrt great good may ,e.ult j Mmthead has t-No been requttu'd lo viah f'if 6"n,e f 'I" ,IV?n.,,fn! A,,u'?'9' f"' We caaalao with peal pleasure join our neiBli. bur of lha Uenmcial in rongielulating the citiirna ofourtowaofllilUboroughonthevffyspiwrenll .moment wbkh a 6-w .liort month. b. ' made manifrat ia our Mreeta. whether that Im- provementhaabeenineonarquenre of theinflu- j tnre of tbt Sons of Trmpersnre, or iht wort tt- btwnt aumtnistralinn of the law, e nofie that both influrncea will continue to pretail, antil all the Southern steamer, and took his depar our citisens, young aud old. ahall become worthy I'lta the nest day in the tleainiihip Falcon of the biuh privilrgea with which Pratidenct baa for I'hagret. We understand that ihe prif surroumled theitl Mr. Vrnable and llie Xoii-Inter-course UocfrluC. Tba ierh of Mr. Vriuhle at Vanryville, as ahudimed out in the notice of it in the Milton Chronicle, terms lo have attracted conridrruble alteution ; and tha ultrawm which be avowed haa enlightened and patriotic course as incut occanioned no little aurprh rxen in 8oulh Caro bet ami chairman of llie Nival Committee, liua. The Columbia Teh-graph, one of the met Mr Kl? pca ! feiurn home in time sincere and ardent a.Imircra of Mr. Calhoun and tn ,ake 1 l,,e 0Pirlr f ,,ie hi. tloctrinea, aum. up the matter thusi i Congres. nd we douhl not our counlry -. ' will derive great ndvantage from ihe valua-f'v"- A ..)'" ''Kan.cmJrrofCon. be infopnj,,,, wlicn ,e will not fail to gresa from North Carohnt, recently adilremed hi ... eon.tituenu.t V.ncwille, in which, according acquire eon, eriung our new and extensive to the Milton Chronicle, he proclaimed a Joctrine possesions on ihu Pacilic coast, going even larther than the advocates of Nmi-Iii- Sjrannah R'pultiean. n-rcoun-t in this Slate are disposed to ; for it will ' le remembered that the Drmmnitinn mail in orintoeotrnttf Norfolk ,,era!d -' ! the" f anguish they would float the navy of Mr.TnhWl totlwcZ ' ,his Slat9 of f,,.V of the nation : wh.ie the sighs that he has afor pruliiltithtg the Law) era only front col Norfolk and the prniiiMila on which iti writer ftnm the Scathed and blighted ho I, ctiin tuch elaiint. ! stands. Il is on ihe ground that Virginia som of injured innodnce, would waft that " Mr. Venalile Is a gentleman of weight and has neither the inclination nor the power j navy a hundred times arutind the world. ii.fh.mce in .North Carolina, and hi advocacy of . ne portion of her domain bv i X V. Argm. men extreme mcasurea, aniouiitiuc in fact to a v.rtu.1 dilution of Uie I nion, proves "hat South vnnmua oy no meant in aavanrt ot her South- era nistcm-lii this matter as has been pretended." The Raleigh Register of Haturday.eopving the .We extract from the Telegraph, acconij aniea it . with the follow ing remarks : ' We can swure our over-willint rotcinttornrv. ...... .ne ,,e ,aCi mat wr. vcnanie anvocaica; any such extreme and suicidal doctrine, is, br no - ... . . ... . . rnean.inh..-.,.i..i.....:.i.ii,.Mi..iT,;injei,or Virginia, if she was ever so ninth loving and law-abidimr citizens of Norih Caroli-! n countenance or sanction it. Wc do not he' lieve that a dozen ment in any one county in the State, wili endorse it ; and we ho to see the ', people of that district which Mr. Tenable misie presents, administer a rebuke to him, in August next, unit he will profit by bcreaficr. It there be ny one thing, in w hich the Slate of North Caro-' bna it in arfwrnct" of her sisters, it is in strong .nd unwavering devotion to our glorioua Union. - But will Mr. Vcnable assent to all lhat this! ...., oyiiHiionisi atiya oi nun i mne. lire to come out and tell the voters of his district, I that he advocates "what amounts, in fact, to a; mssolution or the I .Hion" ! Will the Raleigh ' "tandard" endorse any such courts ! Come now,' gentlemen do speak out!" " are confident that there are few in this district, who know how dulv lo appreciate ihe va lue of the Union, Who Would not, in sincerity of ", rully endorse all that Ihe Register bas here Mlh But we are aware of the tenacity with "Inch men are naturally disposed to cling to their Pry.andcan well imagine that many who hear b'y condemn Mr.Vensblc'a disorganizing princi PH woukl yct ote for him rather than seem to cert lne'r Prty. Nevertheless wt have great wnf'Jenct in the virtue and patriotism of Ihe Pwp'e when acting under a full knowledge of the ul'jecta before them; and therefore have little """t if . popular candidate should come out in Plosition to these extreme measures of Mr. Ve he could easily he beaten in Ihia district. " "us opinion we are not alone, and we are " iihout hoj that its truth will lie t-.ted. , kw t-arW ta lb awrassry tt Oar lt Cape J.' It. K. (,. kiSVd aa .New Mriic. ia 117, fwfwnrf ia B,li iaitw. Uhn Mti aa Wilatialas, atal Kkk l a tbt tlefaaitoge, tbt Mklw of Ox tVlhrf af Its denaard, artra NhIm aJa Wihansgts. Kisia Usr (ma i m i-tit,nilrl fkt ta. iaclad- as lUh-saw. M-r. !. aid. ... lb. Ulaia.tlJlI K. BarrsrVa. Cars, law tat Kfgnwrul laHrd Mate Uragaaeia, lu Jiy streswa...T. r...j j ,.v laji .Ji;.i i . . -MiIUeaMlmbrialiNqrveaiar(a.iuartiatiia;Ur ---- i toltePUaljrf tSafcauly, tiw a!, Xrerr ii, ate rial, j Sdj a atataa ta(d a4 Irh MjtJ fiat iU Tb Itrplbllr-.Vr. Utt M. ViJraa ba awr4 prapaub a pul&luog. ia lLa ri'jr of WaUuftftoa, a VVbif AJmiiiirttatiaaj aaeai, la ha rallea-Taa rkrrMKr, aWnlik-J br Alrtaa dct t". Bal!iU af 2 O.kam.CDj Juba O. tSar. pttifSrm Ymk. Tbt puUiralioa wOIbceMa orureJ aa tba I3ih af June, and iU ba bmcd daily at I0 t uuum, bv,cklv at f t. atal wcrkk at ft, alwara in advaar. CaiuGna at pmml, bacaaaa of Mr. Wilrj'a at- r, Roanoke ; at bart at llojia t abkh ia coune vf pulliratioa in it -- .....- ;ofllilit. MakHM. f.. imm mtt .. ao brra nrrived. Il w a uaoal rkh b iu no-' brllUhnwiiU aitd U tariHy of iu nmltuU. ,., .. , tnnatlc Asylum. Utrine the pasl.nihteet .f Safety ad f rre-ponoVnet'' erk ibe (.niaiMMtinnert of the l.ftnalie iliriniglioul ihe ronimnnireahli. These Aa hint. Merarf. Iorereailr ameron. ; fUHn, t.raret, JiMfleeai, ami lltnwa, w at a. a a i were all la aRemJanee i I hit t.ity, and c,e. c"arT av.rrai ay a in .nrir ica. i.fiipiihc anu niiiuiwm " rarn , - I D I I. . . , . . . 9 alia the tie tinin.fi m'ii iiiiirn .91. inn nn.rkf jit i fa a tile for the lorjtinn i.f. .. . t . . t m . , aavium: out mat no me waa him i - vpof)i I be n.rar.1. rre endt-MlinJ. will meel j am in the rail i and in ihe mean lime r CoHimiationert here. Meten. llii.ion, J aeam ihe aison, ami Moiucrai, nave oeen reqiiert- parpnaa ni ooiai.iu.g iiiiorit.auou en cuhjed. V.' , ' "."" 5 " I , 'Tt ' f,e h' Um ulkVaM f ' ' The I Ion. Thoin ia Uttller Kino arrived at aarannali on attlrday evening Ian, in iprietortof ibe lines of Atlantic and Pari-. be ,ee lovern.r, that ihe laylormen ! 6e Ocean siemxhips tendered lo Mr. King 1,1 ""'j' rcpresenlatiret loj the I a passage to San Fr.tn.-isco during the re- j 3,51 Congress from the 1st, 3d and 4th rest of Congrese. lo afford him hi. opjmr. 'tt nl lhat a Whig majority is rer ! .unity of examining personally i!ie route ,a,n 10 be 'cured in the Legislature. This ' across the Ixlhiniis of Panama, and the Wt point, if achieved, will give US Iwo general condition of the great thoroughfare , already established, mainly through his IimIm to M n-ntl-.- M'l.. o. - i : i S a'e "P""-. Laying aside all. --". - looking only to the future commercial ele- Valion of orfolk lief annexation to North ' uii'i is vci mini uiisuiiiiiiaotiii tie- votttl v lo he w ished; for while North Caro I Una has ihe ability lo build tin iVmfnlk.' ...! .....i,l .t.. " K.:.i. :. :r .. . aiiva n'u u ItiRT a I'lllIC III U1III1V IU II II wa hpr nor . - . nnat nnil. disposed, to make her of much greater importance than she now is. ; ! Thr National VIoxusiknt to the Fa-' titer ol his country, at Washington, had its foundation completed on Friday last, and ihe laying of the marble of the site pendoit column has already commenced. According to the Intelligencer, ihe mighty structure has a most substantial and work i-t n,a,",Kt oas,s- " , ? The Washington W lug, of yesterday, says : "Mrs. John tiuincv Adams still lies in a critical slate at the house of Mrs. Frey, in the Seven Buildings, where, two weeks aoo, she was prostrated bv a pi- ralylic stroke. The left side is said to be; entirely dead. On Monday she was some- be entertained by any of the courts of this what easier in con liton than previously. Slate; and whenever it shall be made to but cannot be removed to her own house." appear to any court, before which a suit . may be pending, on a promissory note. Cape Pear and Deep River Improve-; ,hat 8,,ch ,,0,e was 8ive " whole or in ment. We learn from the Wilmington part for liquor bills, such court shall im Journal that ihe general meeting of ihe mediately dismiss such a suit al the costs stockholders of the Deep River and Cape of ihe plaintiff. Fear Improvement took place al Pitlsbo-! Sec. 6. On the trial of any suit under rough on Saturday, the 1 4th instant. The! the provisions of this act, the cause or Company was organized by the appoint- loundatton of which shall he ihe act of ment ol me miiowmg oiiicers: Spencer; McLenahan, President: B. I. Hnwze, Secrclarv and Treasurer; Thump' -on. Engineer : 1-taac Cleof and A. S. McNeill, Directors ouUhall of the Stale ,- . ..4Ut.a part of ittdji kluala, Thet) m-a art of iht rifil a tats a push i sock ul the I'mL There w but a fro 41 ( wanting la nuke kj tlse eatire stark, .nd it tub-oily believ ed thai ihe d fieri will be nadt ap ia a short tin, -k naiiluika u unni- j ,U ' ProrrrJ fcnhwilh I Um rtOtslrorlHM. faftfr t Thieerneme.ifeatriewoot.willbeor.e 1 . . . " . ! araipuirc Pj IH liwurr, ai rorrrrni J jrtiorjrn irJ aljv tfat llm : whirr rnongh ia inr iirama lo be imprav rd m paieoare "4 aavigaiitw : and of ilna ilit t n jinrrr ha rurtrred iltriu rnirr taiard no doubt hawtr. Our paiiimir riiiiens niutl rtrry where rejoiea at ile pirit uiaiiftiinr itelf among the ptojle on lli mbjeel of Inproieiaenl. Let all pray lo Ilerenlea ; and In erery one bo it able, alt put bit abeulJer lo the wlit-tL A. C. Argm. Wisconsin BanknpL The Milwau. tit Srniint I itifwrait at tli4l the la-aaury of Witeoiiria ia ao palpably rmjxy that ihe iHembria of ihe I lfialaiure "either went Ihihic wiiliout any oioney or bad to land a fieary abate on llieif warranu. Tbeae fioniira are tlt-lniqnent to the a moonl of orer f I $.000, The uYnVienry ia the treasury it about I22.UU0. ImL. beo misrule bat a4'Cuu)ilikbt-J ihit alale We learn by the Columbia (S. C.) Tele gnph that ihe Mtla err eateiifi..nii" of the Palmetto Stale bare lotmed "e. bi- ftei. romrailteet of ihe ditrerent diatrieta . 1 4re to meet in Stale Convention al the i Canital on the let Manila, in Mar. f, ie pitri08e Ol erleetlllg a tlltiriMigll or f auizaiion oi iiirir iiesier.t. t utnmirr MnHUigtnur, mm a . . The South Carolina Railroad t doing . . . i.....: ..! m iiii-m in iii'i7i iiiiKiiirrv. i nr rariT7 ! Ion Mercury tuiea that during li e uuitiili f MMr, r.,enHI( f-oin il8 O,,era,ion, amotintwl lo upward of one hundred and jhjrtvone thouaaml dollars. The Ceor- -j. Uailroad it cattail v nrornerons Akr.G'az. Ejifn , rerpeet iheu.seUet ifihey would he re.peiie.1 by oihert. and muM mse t be mere ratopawt for poliiieal de- Ii it a luilcome life, in which a man is seldom comprasated lor hit la- ihor- few of the pmfetioo are tclec.ed " f'" PUbliC tMWMt MM' ndergo more faligne of body and mind ! !o eIea,e ,bc"' '-. Alabama. The National Whig rays: " A friend writing us from Monigomo rr, Alabama, assures us thai IleUer will orators in the next benate. Temperance. The 'tmperancc cause j is making rapid progress throughout our, ,r Saturday week. Mr. Richard John whole section of country. We were al'on and wife were aroused at thai lime Rockingham lsi week.'and while there, ' h' l,ie noise t, a lire ra!?ing ' t,,cir assined in the formauon of a Division of "Iliy started up and seeing, as the Sons. We bid our young friends who i ihcy supposed, that il w as in a remote were llllil itcJ l.ml speed in Ihe good o spreu in me gnou e lifted op thru banner 1 nwrrful rnemv of hu- caut-e ! 1 hev ha scinstt the most no man happiness that the world "has ever j vel ccn. Were ihe tears thai he has ,n.i,t i ..uliarml ni. ,l..n auo REMARKABLE TEMPERANCE LAW. A stringent bill lelniing to intoxicating drinks has been passed by the Wisconsin i.cgiiiitiic, imisiciiiii' w icu pci nous, ji requires all persons who would vend or relail M spirituous liquors" to give bond lo the town authorities, with three sureties, in one thousand dollars, conditioned to pay all damages the community or indi- vidual may sustain by reason of such traf- lie ; to support all patipcis, widows, and orphans ; pny ihe expenses of all civil and criminal prosecutions made, grow-in? out of, or justly attributable lo, such traffic. And it is made the duty of the officer hold- mg ihe bond to del.ver it lo any person , who may claim to he injured bv said traf-; fic." We quote the remaiiiino- provisions K a I l cinirp- " Sec. 4. It shall be lawful for any mar-1 lied woman to instituie. in her ...U I n llll mi mil- cilt.la tinsarl fm nil a1nn.nn . aai t tvil vWIPJ ail lll!tl tlgrg j sustained by herself or children on ac count of such traffic; and the money. when collected, shall be paid over to her. lor the use of herself and children Sec. 5. No suits for liquor bills shall an moiviuuai unuennc nuiuciiceoi uquor, it shall only be necessary, in order to sus tain the action, to prove that the principal i the bond sold or save liquor to the per ;jon (so intoxicated or in liquor) whose wMifwi u, rai!4 y pi 7. UtMrvrr (foa be rtmt a rtitintv. r.y. r ti!lf cbafz. lr irKHi -f iQira.iracr, a air U it- offire. AH mrm draMMoua'M thr pfSL"-TaIa(wailC-iaf E.. rt.wtol .y ik fr-pf akiUi,iir'ra the iwfmmat f-rt iJt it ia r.r ta roatcn I " yf' r btwd oT anjr rioaj U biiv Lava btra l pomub ef rmlwa into M t ih BiJ i1"! tT.- T ITTTJ' ia il luitu ol rhnt fiinf J.quo ia warhMetj. M R i. t. ra oe Im.; i iW !-. Jr.lUa.iW. .u MM-h prraia m paur brruann pub- f raw twatrrul. Fr j innmj iLe 4mI2 aam C Ltuia 10mm. Iwrlurje. -a jwiunda. lit Or!J aerrr para Iraa lawaa af WilW Lf rnaib aaj aWta. J wa. JC"- . Any peoa afv'aat lwn a than iwrla ceata; for riiig tb on ara, tiUuimtM jadeairnt ay br ubumrj. mwler io- pouml it lJa ijt rr an. by . . ... - , , I. . 7" 7 " w fwniiwina all persona rap'til ia aurh traffic 1 ' "wb rmniy. hi" a f vtil'ct wb j aijr be n-UI r (it ra liquor to tuch pr- mhi ruiiiiniuing aa uffruct or breouiii g a puHie marge, I iiitf I ing tiuie; f it raa aorreed.' ifnafrmaT.wmiMrn j.ii, er. . Aot rr.oa ho tball tend or it i a ligbi ibw-. ,k ant at Amtri-i K't"ST?laZi? reU,l. Mtforth.p0rrHKeof atJ,f U,e c- Sa ... 5 aad at ib hub F- -.'itVh STe&SSSaltaS pmtn-kint of Ihia art, girt away tj'tfitu- Uit aaibnf f lb o ImiMlctd jXaaaa Paaretk tVead,riirda U tataia out li.ttr w klMMtt al fit Bif tlit bohtl :veara ae fmin Iklfi jtrn,illi!!and aT.Vew tope. a.'utus iLe l-iula4 llusb Car. required by llie firat aeriioa of lKi ael.' Were we of opea teue at tie tireektrie aadailiera. andraiainitf 5C5ar,otr r ball be d.'emed ui!tv if uii-JimwirM.r,' ere, we bJ found a prm beie ; ooelb-ta. -J bnd wi3 bt auU fat parwiua aoMog tba ana, uix-a eonvartuin lliere.-r. alullbe 6u- H , , , , , ' ' - ' huiiuicu u'Hiai. PU'l dc IBtwiMin ; ed in the enmity jail aut b-t than lea eaya nor more man tn uimih. tad thai! be lralIe ni kit retneeit lo Ibe t'tiWie and Ut iadithlualt ibe tame a be would harejTrvae nun, tliink. bad a work! The beta bad hef irea the bund reu,uiied in llie weak ibing. weaker than a ehilJ, beeomet firl aeriioa of ihia ar. , tit nng one day, if it be true tbinr. I'll- Tint reinarkaMt eipretvimt of poIie opinion in Wrmnin on the tuljeet of liquora. pacd the ISrnaie rnintiuiut by a oie of 10 to 3. and the AemMv VS to 21. It fore anme atej t beyond any le(i'laiiou on the tuljeet in ibe touii Uj. A new rroteatant t:pirop4 Chitreli wa emttecrated on SuiuLv lait al t'frd ''M hu"g. jr 'Sl H'.lwp I ai-v a a we. iw iwe ioi am m- u-y t7 pewa w " b il.OUtJ, A new Presbytctian Clmn li waa tti-Ji-ealed al Natcliei. Mif.a on the l-5.li till. I i wai built by the Prehvleiiao congrega Uua ,ur ,n clred people. The Latest Imposition, Most of the N. York papers hate of late coniauied no tice of the strange animal said to have been captured on ihe Mountains of California by Col. Fremont, aud for which iialuralixls have been unable to find a ItaillC. I lllS noncieiicripi wuieii is sam lo lie inane up 1 - era -a. a of parts.U'M-mblmg the horse, camel, bul lab,, elephant and deer, ha. been on cxhib- tion in New ork fo, several w e. k. pa.t. anu uaa oeru rcn oy uiouxami'', tne ic.-j tor of llie t wirier says be will not pro lend to guess bow many thousand of per sons, at a quarter of a dollar a head. It now appears lhat the "California Non descript" is nothing more or It ss than a very common horse, w ill some disease of the a-k in which changes his coat. To make il more attractive lite hair of the main and tail have been pulled out, which gives il the neck of ihe deer nul ihe tail of the elephant. It is not at all likely that ihe animal ever saw the mountains of Ca lifornia. lUiimnrt Amuiam. Horrible Conflagration. One of the most heari-rcnding events thai i ter came to our knowledge occurred near llig bone Spring, in Hoone county, alxml inuhiighi room, nicy uaviem-u miiui-r io save some '"" 7 ........ .-...v of ihe furniture, leaving their two children, Ii'1' tr' a'"l "fai ", aalcrp. They returned in a Tew imuuics and found lo ller horror lhat thu room in which ihe rhihlreii were lying was all on lire. Mr. Johnston burst open the door and was thrown backward by the expansion of ihe rnrelifil air. Ilia wile rushed forward ami fell over him into the flames, lie dragged i lu r oul much burnt. Uul the children ! I wi'tp iiKiccssihlr: and the nnrcnla then an- I pnml m their agony lo have lost all their our, i:MV rf rB"8e "'"J-Iseir-nossession. When llie flrst neighbor, Wa are requested lo announce Gen. Jotira a relative, arrived, he found her standing sliipified. holding on to the garden-fence, which was on fire her night-gown a'l ' We art requested lo announce Mr. Ku-esae burnt off evcept the neck, which was ' M. Johes as a randidnte fot re-election to theof burning He extinguHicd the fire am! , lice of Clerk of the Superior Court of Orange laid hi'i on Ihe grass, mi'l llicn hastenctl : in search of her husband, whom he louiid near the spring rolling on the ground, and ,.....U. .., ....... . .- -. .., v,-, peeled to sumve; hew considrivd out of. danger. iMUin-ille Journal, Warning to Smokers. case ol asphyxia is related A singular n Olie OJ the . i i . i i , i trench journal-. A j..th ol the ame of Lcnminc paid a visit tn an uncle, who is a farm laborer in the ncigl.boihood of . - i a, .1 Havre, l nis man occunieo a sni;ill anil ill-veittilated apartment. The nphew, at ; eajht .VIork in the evening went ,o bed ; Ill 1 1 a at nilim. ISfltUl HI Iff tllC IIIICll Mill ' - - - . i two companions enicreii ttic r-'om, ana j all fell lo smoking. The youth w as a- ' lorn. Atmiduioht the visitors withdrew, ami the uncle went to bed. Laying his ne Hli'-d olera of aaid county of Orange have! . .... I.:. . . r...,.l I,;,?. .;ote.l in favor ol the Division of llie same ; and II "al I "c I'"" " ' ,, v " , V do hereby doclare that the Act of the laat session naturally cold, and endeavored to wake of,,e General Assembly, entitled "an Act to lay him, bul without effect. Help was call- off ami establish a county bv the name of " Ala ed ; some faint indications of life appear- 'mance," ratified on the 2'Jih day of January, A.' ed and a physician directed operations for D. 1819: and also the Act entitled " An Act sup ihp recovery of toe patient. All proved ptem""'"' "",c P-ed P"mt General , .. La a . vain, the next day he expired, A post mortem examination was matie, ami nie physician pronounced mat lie nan uicn oi congestion oi ine Drain, ratiseu oy tne respiration of tobacco smoke during sleep. An Example Worth Following. On the 5ih instant the planters of Holmes county, Mississippi, met at Lexington, the ! county seat, antl organized a company lo . build a Collou Factory in thai neighbor- i Wtunj. 1 beta) aretVe wnu fetliof a pmiiij. ntxt l.y aiatj aiBMnf it lata ; r iU fcru iWoiiatlt r rnununJ vapia nun u ta ineir f rrai iajir; ""I"" atjia j.r.Mr-. JmgHtlt Cmgmi CMnmicIr. PuritlnisOl. Carl)tr. in l.ia ainftiNr; k on I lerwra," pp baa llie , lAomj quaiat aud e'rilmt; paaaare: nature ttn Due., luih a ttie "rtt,"T , . .. ' - , , f """ ; ixi'jwui me un nn'n: i niHnir, , 'hre er etrfliif, trttlera in 4oteriea orlre, nie material at of a tmr liirre. out llie tnul f it waa Brat Hue. liah! ' jriuiairw wat only dttpirble, lattgbable ihrn; but nobiMly can manage lo laugh at j " now. I'tiritanoji baa got oeaniir and inett; H bas got running in il len fi n- ten", wreti jib in tta light ano; il bat lire - tiint : war net era : a) ran ateet aliina. fill buetia, remove inooniaina ; it ia one of the alrouge! thing under thU tun at pre nt. The Wat In Europe. The TurkUb Saltan eipene to bare an arm of 250.000 men aueuibltd Ik-fore amuma, ith hii-h to opjtote the hofttile drtigna of ltotia, m that the batttea in Italy do not by any mean, aetile the quealion of peace oi war iu Europe. TTie Express trains bftwren London and Liverpool perform the entire distance of 210 miles in five bouts, oi at the rale of forty-two inilet per hour. The indusiiious are seldom criminal, but tint mnsl of tbont who vii-li! tn auiltv , aiiiii.ulnAiii. inav trsua llipir lsn.a frnm .-,..;.,! i l.ul.ua nfidUna. . j "i's compt-nv, and j u f Ue mtuUu TETERxBLKO MAKKrJTJl Itrjwrti-d for iht Intelligencer. Friday, April 57, 1849. Tobacco. The receipts have Mien off for Ihe last two weeks, owing lo the un favorable w either for prizing. The de mand continues active, sud prices well sustained. Lugs 21 a 3j ; l-eaf 3i a $7. Cottos The tlemt.nJ is anive, aud prices lending lo iinptnte. We hear of no sales over 61 cts., bin most holders re fust to sell at that price. Floi r. The article is very languid, and talcs limited at 4 a SI j. Whkat Uui little arriving. Sales are making al 80 a 00 cents. Cokx. The supplies are very limited. barely sufficient for the rnnsiiniption of the I own, mid sab s are biifk al 43 cts. Pkas and Means. lint few ofleiing. Peas 40 rente ; Deans 70 cents. Macon. Va. cured, ling round, 7 a T cents; Western Sides and Shoulders 5 a G cis. Lard. 7 a 8 cts, as in quality. IIranuv. Va. Apple Uramly 32 a 33 cents. We art nqnentej to nnouncc Mr. KuaKBT F. Moaais an .candidate for the County Court Cletkakip of Orange County. We are requested to announce Col. lltsat K. WiTnfcaiirooK aa a candidate for the County " iiiu..w wr rr-t-iec...i . ...c -'ounty Court Clerkship of Oitnge County. county. A PROCLAMATION. Exallttxy CHARMS XAXLY.G. 3 gtruor AurA Vurulina. It" HEKEAS by the 15lh chapter of the Acts! " passed at the last session of the General Assernby, it was provided Ibat the Shcrilf of the coumy oi wrnegc kii.iuiu huiu vivmuu uu .hp aru I nurwiay in .ipiu oieu ensuing, o taso mc j of ,he; ' oTtaideouniy oathtl 11M,ioll r Uivisioii" or no Division" of said ..... i ... . .t .1 I Countv; r . .. , .t . . Ami whereas me aai.i onenu nas eeriuieu io, this Department that said election hM l-en duly J im"Z K-S 7- . . VIMOH ! m uW, j,, pursuance ofthe provisions of the 35th section of ihe Act referred to, I do hereby make known, bv this Proclamation, that a majority of 3WIT1'1V trllliUvU aflVI Ml HIT Oil l(J CMtiMlBnLI . . nme f S,inM., MiSJ a . I sttl-t aV a a - 1 a 1 - f a t on 2ath januryt 1849, ar. operaUvt and in full force and ellect. Given under my band and aeal of oflice, al tha Executive Depart. . K.Wl M . ... . ... an.. ... "P-avJ2 mem la ,ne C"J or iiaieign, (tut Si? 34th day of April, 1 849. CIIAS. MANt)'. By the Governor, Laxenoa C Makli, Priralt SSccrttarg. April U. Equity KnTei. bukUi i m pwim aha? 1 U. F. LUNG, c. & K. S. i Afa tt. Jk X. t'eitntt tow Ukra, t frit. j IX MwtUi aWneuf laat'aaft Esiy Boe4 laad aptamtd rtvriiy rruuvd. aud title ted antil tba micba aam ai ukL j o. F. LOXU, C. oV . K. Apnltl. 7 4 X tt'. nZttiMt tat' efarrt, ptre. 1) L'RSL'A XT to a drcwe af Ihe Court of Equi ty fur Orance t'eunty. aiade Marrh Trrw, 1 649, I (ball otlrr far th,aa ihr ptraiitaa, ao j j tiu ja oa tlie Friday Ida 35ib day i May aril, the land belong. betraof Julia. i!k km, ilerraant, aitual atrta at ElaxWa etetk. aitwiiiine tha UmU of John frunroH: aaJ othrn. aiul rmitainiii j tit armjmore or Wat, aaid IanJa.aoUloi- , "" mmm "" A credit of loeho montba will ba eitrn. TJ.a porrhaMt requiird to git kwd and arcarity, tud tlta title icarrved until the pun aaar monrv w pail, O. F. I.UMsc.in i. April 1 1. 74 4 w R. M 'LANE'S LIVER PII.r.l.-WI-B ' the proprietor of Ihia invatualde rrwedy pur. c based il of ike invrulor, liwre waa no nvdmiia wbirh deserved tbt name, fur Iht cure of Liser aad UibottteoB44aiiita,notwiilwtandingthe groat piealrnrt of liieat diaraara in Iht Tinted Ktatra, In Iht Soalh tad W ttX particularly, where the patient ia frequently unable lo oMain the servirte of t regular physician, aona? remedy waa arquiied, al onct atfa and elfectual. ami whoso operation could in ao wise prove prejudicial lo the ronstiiu. tioo. 1 ba tieilicuie is aunliel hv lr. M I.sitr a I jer I'illa, aa baa been prued in every instance in which it baa bad a bud. Always beneficial, not a aohlary iiistsnrt baa em oreurred in which ita e fleets hate been injurious. The iioeution of an educated and distiugaished phjsician, il baa nothing in roaiiiian wilb tba qia. k nnatruma im oard upon the public by shallow iretemlera to tba medical art. KipeririM-e haa now proved tie. yond a doubt, lhat tr. M'Laiwa Fill ia the I fit j reiardy ever proposed for Ibe liver complaint dj I'ucbasers will please t-sre ol counter, (-its, and intarialdy ak for Dr. M ilne's eeh-bra, ted liver pilla, and lake none else, aa there ait other pills pursuing to I liter pills, now lefuie the public. PEVEII AND AliCE, and BiIio.it Com. pUints. Although long known at a aota. irign retuclv tit chronic esses of Hepatic tie ram-nieiil, .be ptoprietora of Ir. M'l.sne's Liver Pills were net prepared fur the Mlowinf, gratify ing evidence of ita capacity and curative powers in Ague sud Fever, aud Bilious complaints : Mtrisusai an, Nov. S9, lS-17. " Mrsr$. KM Jf Co. Ahoal one year ago I waa Is boring under a very severe attack of Aeua aud Fever, but by the use of M'l.sne's; Liver Pills I wat soon restored tn perfect health. I lit lieve them to l-o the best medicine for Bilious rompbiinit thai haa ever l-rtn i irntd for sale in Ihia section of the countrv. JAMES HIARPE." FOR SALE BY Lone A Webb, Hillsborough; l. Hesrtt, dm Jones Watson & Co., Cbaa-I Hill; A. Mooring, Moomigville; Hurdle A Hurdle, Walnut Orova, Orange County; Moure A Noell, Ml. Tina Per son County. Fcbuury 7. 67 STATE OF NOKTII CAROLINA OHANGC COl'NTV. In Equity March Term, 1810. William Alfred Hiy,) vs. C Original Bill Juhn Ruy 4; oihert. J I T sppraring to the satisfaction of the Court, lhat 1 Mary Kay, one of the parties defendant in the above case, i not an inhabitant of Ibis Male ; It ia ordered, that advertisement he made in a pub lic newspaper for the aaid Mnry Ray ersonally to apH-ar in this Court, on the second .Monday of Kriitciiilr next; then and there lo answer tha l bill id complaint of aaid William and Alfred Ray, and lo stand to, elude by and M-rlorm such order and decree as shall he made in the premises ;other wie said bill will be taken pro coufesso aa to her. and decree entered accordingly. Witness, O. F. Long, Clerk and Master in our aaid Court, at Oflice, the 2nd Monday of March, A. D. 1S49. O. F. LONG,?, tin. t. April IS. 78 Cw Sfray. TAKEN up and entered on tie Stray Book according to law, 1y 1.. , VM VieoreO iMrnols. Ilvmcr lhirlei.n r fissa. i a . . " ' - KT?J1 "' "' of H.llsborough. a s"" BA V HORSE, auppoacd to in , n c,r" oW ,w.i,,d in ",0 ,'8,,, r'' 'a - lnlA ft.-et lin Ia tsalm ioint .In. in ll.a fn -r i i -- ....-, K. C. MURDOCH, Ranger. April 13, 1849. 73 3w LINN, SMITH & CO. Wholesale Druggists, 313 Market Street, aive 5th, CLACnit a a. nvx, y aoaac. r. smith, S. a. l. OLaSTID, 3 rinuLELriiiA. DRtGS K Mt:Di( ii:s, Palats Oil, iilusn, Dve-Slufli, Varnishes, sVr. &.c Also, Patent Medicines, Medicine Chests, Surgi cal .nil Omlcl.fc-al Instruments, Che mical Tests, Sic, dj- Orders oin Country Druggists or. Physi tians, filled promptly and with cart, Philadelphia, March. 1849, 73 (5m WANTED, ONE THOUSANDyarde of fOW and COT TON cloth. LATIMER L JONES.