" .1 , ... ....... ... i
.v m ..ass
et! aaJ if wt'.l k"1. these rent
ing pruve r ee ia by hmtlff.
rt B belt t J lHKrJ U.i b!rk
8j tr,iuHa eher far it hvaytl
t!e!ipeJ. Ii luregite nfr
,4, an ih vr taenis bleb hat tatea
jUraliir4y.aJ peibar thru a light apti
the plan f rwrTaiinatirti hi h hte Urn
parsucd d ring h Wf of lK WWM
tr'" f CJwre. The hill hirh has
just ftHl &ru.ie far th !julturai
f h Tn difficulty wj,a bitterly p
p.! ia lh SrtiaM by lhe n!u-trfth
Suih. mh! tl iU t rq-a!'v. if lft more
tetttlf. opposed bj lh 3Hi' frtioit ia
the H'HiHJ. -..-' . - . .
l nneeesarj to earn ilia parties
who bate bHi tit prime in this
arhrrn. Tl dehsjea ia 4'ougre. ihi
atssMt afTrrl la
nngi br which to sirrruiu who
Tha Southern Conftieracy Schemt.
TM subject, m which w aJt e rted yrt
terJay, U eniged attention mVuli
jngion, where it ia on entertained with
any roufi'Vnee n alto fact that have been
stated. The Union rrniaiks, and we pre
lump under the authority tf Gen. llous
ion. dial if br bad poetessed any know.
Wife nf furli a crwspiiaey, be would pot
have been content with private drnuncia
turn, but would bate proclaimed it from
lli boi.e lp ami branded ihe conpira.
iir. lie ia a Union man, and bit con
duct and rrniimriin r-inf e he tmtlt bit
in ibe Srim r be pvrd iltat be ia
i!c"tfil ! , the rnniiiuiinn and the
Union. ' Tltia weUntuld baf rsprrlrd
(rnm (!pd. llnuMnu ; and. intlenl. ur
pre'fr the Ixttiff that nwliinj of the eort
baa hmt rnntrmp!atri bv any riiirn nl
the Unir-d Siaira. Rut with the boh!
itrnimtrHtiin lbt bate brrn mude in
errtMin quknrrf, Ironi lime in lime, re
rrutly, ilirre ia rraann for the aurpicion
thai a Sontbrn (nfrt!eiacy' ia to nm
tnttbte i!ra. Dtcnnion baa not ben
ibiufl ft(Triiiirlr before i!e public Wf,
without the piHnninarira of ilrMjrn.
Smre the kloie waa writtrn. howevr-r.
we find the follow ii g in a Wahingnn
(!ipati'h of the 5ili, iu the I'hiladrlpbia
St$f . .. . H :. - . ! - - ,
MTli flutrtnent made abnnt the at
tempi to epialtlili a Soutliern Coufedera
rj with the eapitat at Meiioo, ia brlieml
tn b liirrally true. Gen. Ilotoinn Je
llied il to-day in the Senate, but baa ainre
admitted that be waa mistaken. . A paper
r ontaiiiinj pmpnt itinna for a diacolution
f the Union, and the eM-ibtifbment of a
Southern Confrderacv, w&i handed to
him. but not by Gen. Lopez, a reported
at firt. An inrenitfaiion will likely be
called for, and, if made, the diarluaurea
will itartle the whole roup try.' Bolt. Sun.
. Lettert from Washington state that
negotiations npon tlieVmbaf rassingViues
tion on the claim a against Portagal have
been transferred to that city, and it is
thought they will speedily terminate in
an amicable adjustment of the difficul
ty. They are now poing on wtisfacto
ftly lwtween Mr. Webster and Sr. l)e
Figanere, and will be decided probably
w ithin a fortnight, unless Mr. Webster,
on a fuller examination of the latest
dispatches from Mr. Clay, shall think
it necessary to suspend the correspon
dence until after his arrival.
mtt iUi t tllTxtl IkMfoa Out hui ie
itHiing,j'Outa Utm fi. ii, t.y I ri-U, i
ft1,? 13 h ifttr:t. r.e y re;-.v,i t;,i
for MMt a.-, i t-nt Ln.u-a Ve&tni
he ttt't t'.tt'td 1 1 Ct.:j'r, ta fcJ
Jul.o P. DaH.r. 'U(, tm dltirict.
Gilrbt Porter. W bif , Mrond dUiitrt.
Jf:a . M.IIer, Wht. diird t'liirirt.
Cl.arfe E. Tttwmia, Wl'e.f.ofih Ji-t.
Jha S. I'br!j.f, IknsoB Defii.rat,fih I
The retunta fr oieaWrs tf the ffla
Inure are ma fcn in. So fr aa rereied,
the report ) that 60 Wbijj, 32 Bmoo
Deiunrratf. and 23 anli Demon Drum
erta hart beta eh tied. tff. iul
-C f-.Iu ,
ar tU tirue tf the Septan tr.d cesl-en vf tie ll::fe cf Cca
e.va eltcui f.r lie text LeiiUtar.
' Pitrdle Richard os.
pecji eoruminee appoiutej tn tnetli
B ace robe
HicharJ Wootea, d.
Lewis Bond, w.
Tudd R. Caldwell.
Betj. J. Dctlap, A. J. Dtrrsa,
C&clraa, McLean. J. Shttk, d'a.
fate partiruUra of the difnenlty be I-;1'''
de their re wes.
T. D. McDowell, d.
Dr.Jchn H.Hl. w. - '
Jaha A. Matilttbr, w.
J, B. Cherry, p.H. Wiaitoa, w'a.
Mirctia Erwia, Jaiaes Starp, w'a.
Farmer, w. " .... ...
Jee Ftabba. Wra. U. THppe.w'a.
Erasaaa D, SsBadersos, d.
W. W. Every, d. Waltoa, r.
A. M. Foster, w. J. B. Gordtm, d.
'WU a wtr t;f.f, Vl (MfMih ttl
,t tiiiift, 7 t hi i t tt fer4 whK
to.i-,J in a Li p.f- Uti ft fo-3 the rr:f
to ir.e criers. ir.J li r I .ci: f ro-J.
Tl t-ak u ro tt to ir.r.'e Jr
ana at a diauaee, yeutrir j tluec:ly er
the bouse, an ot eta t trh by tl.e in
mates. AS ihey I new of tU ahork waa
from the roar ct tlie U.drr. tad bat in
ib water pipe abimed. ot a slock
was frit ia Uit ko(e.
Irtl Fnnlt jml ttntnn mitt
port Ui Mnlj. The eoinmittee, after , Cumberlaad, Dr. T. X. Cameron, d. Hon. J. C. Dobbin, G. W. Pegram, d.
etery one a resdr leepuwlaijn the rankulara of the dia jCaDams, pnfii .;BM, ' . ccott, John ihimpock, w;
i . a....r.,i . . . .i i.i:.r .L .Kfliin t. rnnrii ijvk v
Urn ton either intended ! make , --ncotn.
personal atau!t n Mr. Foo'e. or rubed ! Catawba,
towards him for ibe porpoae of intiinulat j-ston
ute biia. That bi manner, eupled with
hia previoua deeUraiinui, was ctrtatuly
aurli aa to justify Mr. Fowte in the belief
ih-l tlie first was his intention. a it eideni
ly did exrite such apprthensinns in the
niinda of inanr. if not mort all. of lha
Senntora who witnessed it The report ;"4tes, .
add that Mr. Foot then left hia aeaf.i Craven,
without advancing inwards Mr. Benton,
Iml in faei plein; bimsrlf litrther from
him. and, though h drew a deadly weapon,
he did not present it. and readily nave it
up when demanded of him. No blow
waa atrurk no alioi tiredbut it ia a
aerted there a iiuminenl danger that the
Senile rbainber would be the n-cne of a 'Rowan,
deadly and niminal eneounter. The com j Davidson,
mitte udd that ihey cannot loo strongly
eondr-ion :he prirtiee of weal in? aims
in the Snae chamler. The Senator
Inuild rely for defence upon the Sriuie,
whoeo high dy it ia to protect its mem
bera from injury or intuit, and whtwe prse.
lire should lurni-h a perfect guaranty of
siirh protection.. A different eouie would
convert the lull of legislation into bloody
arena, and destroy the value, if not the
eiiatetice.of the institutions from which
rprinf our glory and our good. " The re
port roneludes ss f llow: Bolt. Suit.
"In the prenent rae, auder all the cir
rumsUnce. the rominiltee forbear t re
commend any aclion 1o the Senate. They
hope ilul the strong eondemnatioii o( the
perennalittes which led to threatened vio
lence, their censure f tbe sttempt by a
member to merge bimself in the presence
or tbe Senate, and of the practice of Tar
rying arm in tlie Senate chamber, will be
a snuirteni renin e, and a warning noiun-
leeded jn future.' t Should thia hope prove
vain, and similar ecenes of violence again
occur, they cannot doubt that, the Senate
Ii -..--- .' '..I '..! I
win einorcv promni, airrn, a.iu i nrciuai
ptinUbmenU" ' .. ;:
C.pt.JuhaF. nole. nJjF. Reiardt, 8.X. Stowe,
John II. Uanghton, w. R-C'.Cotten,d.D.Brazier,HackneT,'a.
George W ilhamson, d. bamuel F. Itdl, D. H. Johnsoa, d'a.
)v,..i Wm. E. Bond, d. i;
JWtler.v. R. Catling, d.
null. v ashmgton.d. u. a. Mevenson, d. A. J. Jerkins, w.
, Jarvis, d.
Barnard, w. u,
Dr. Arendell, w.
John Gray Bynum, w.
John A. Lillington, w.
Samuel Hargrave, d.
Holland, d. 4 "
C, J. Webb, Jcs6e Sloan, ws.
A. II. Caldwell, Foard. wa,
J. M. Leach, A. G. Foster, ws. ,
Kelly, Mathis.d's. ,
CoUienrrT. Clark, d. Jo-ua Barus, K. Thigpen, d'a.
James Colilins, d.
John A. Gilmer, w.
Ed win G. Speight, d.
N. E. Caneday, d.
, Scssums, w. ,.
Andrew Jojner, w.
Wm. II. WaUon, d.
Wm. K. Martin, Jottialt Bridgers, d'a.
B. F. Williams, w.
Win. Sutton, d. . ." " ' ' ,
Amis Wiggins, Parnam, w'a.
Wm. 1$. Pope, David Clantoa, w'a.
Bogle, McKay, Campbell, w'a.
i Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. ,
t Washington, August 14th, 1850.
Tht Portugal D'ipntthtt Payment ef iht
Wkok Vlaimt, but Chingothe Ports.
Portugal , has .made an offer (under
duress) to pay every dollar claimed by
the citizens of the tJnited States with
out deducting- a penny : but she states
to Mr. Clay, oar Charge at Lisbon, that
she did so, not because she was con
vinced "of their justice, but because she
had not the means of repelling force by
force; and for this reason she is ready
to do anvthinsr for the sake of peace
As to the Armstrong, she thinks thatthe
oblications of neutrals only consist in
this, that they shall not favor one of the
belligerents more than another.
At the time the Armstrong was taken
at Fayal, the British fleet carried 240
tuns and 1.200 men. the Portugese
Had seven dismounted guns and eighty
artillery soldiers, with one hundred
militia, without flint-stones, to keep
the peace between tlie belligerents
waiie John VI., her Kin, was in Brazil
protected br a British fleet, and Porta
gal had only been saved from the hands
of Massena by the Duke of Wellington
at Torres Vedras. . Before all this the
Paris Moniteur, of the 1 1th November,
1807, had declared that the. house
Braganza had ceased to reijn. " There
w as no way of saving Portugal but by
British assistance, which was freely
rendered.. . , 4
If the United States insists that al
neutrals - are answerable for damages
done to our vessels in their ports in
time of war, without taking into con
sideration the means these neutrals may
have to make their own rights "respec-
ted, the consequence will be that in the
breaking out of a maritine war, they
will close their ports to us, and rortu
gal. I believe, .has said so to our diplo
matic representative in Lisbon. Other
wise. Count d'Ojal, the present minister
ff foreign affairs, ia a man of scru pu
lton's diplomatic" etiquette, and it is yet
p wsirtie that the auarrel about tuc
ArrnV:in; may be referred to ths ar
u:trai:i tf a third power; or that Por
II"Iin flar.-The Village Record aays :
During the recent trying contret in
the United Stairs Senate upon tbe Com
promise . Bill, the nation has watched
with eager anxiel v the course of the greal
alntennian ol Kentucky. In hia advocacy I
f thia meami-e. be bus met the fierce de
nunciation of the extremes of the North
nd Somh. In the North he has been
oubted, perhhpe i!ified, by men who
ae been wont in look upon him as the
true embodiment of Whig principle. II
we have differed from him, we have not
fullered in our confidence in the integrity
and patrintimn of ihe man. The sun in
its entirae through the heavens, is some
time ohactired by a passing cloud ; but
ere long it bursts out once , more, in
undimmed lustie a pro f that the fault
a witli the eye of the beholder and not
with that glorious luminary. So it is with
the claim, for which
provision u-jjth.trt have been made at
U2 xraot of U'uL
Johnston. Wm! II. WaUon, d. , Linn B. Saunders, Jas. Tomlinson, d'a."
Moore. . 7 4" . tol.S.J. Person, d.
Montgomery, i .AnS" ,k 7 ' Zebedee Russel, w.
Mecklenbuag 5 . . r . r,.i,i,v.i A E.C. Davidson, w.CaptJ.K. Harrison,
Union, - S J'v' " T)r. j. J, Williams, d's.
Martin. W." R. W. Sherrod, d. W, L. Mizzle, d.
Nash. ' Dr. John II. Drake.d. Ford Tavlor. d. '
New Hanover, N. N. Nixon, d. John D. Powers, Wm. Hill, d's.
Northampton, , J. M. S, Rogers, d. . , Thoa. J.Pearson, d. David A. Barnes, vr.
Unslow, , i ueo. it. Aic.Muian, w. k. ronvute, u.
EtjMtrUj fr tha Iat!L'act.
J , rriJy,AagM 1I.IIM.
Toacro. Kivent aerounta fiera the
Tobareo graainf dt.tiieta hare inspired
dealers with renewed rcafideore ia To
fearea. S.les this morning were more a
iinaud than naual. and all deeeripiioei
sold welL Comrooa Itgs S a tS;
Fine di. 7 a fS; Common 11 SI a
191; Fine do. 10 a tl2, Mauufacturinr 13
' t'eTTojt. ?ales bate leen made at
life. Holder are asking 13r. for prime.
Ftora Old Superfine Hour 5 afSj;
ramily 6 a fOl; Town Mill new Super
Coa. Tti market for Corn U dull
we bear of no sales, and quote nomiu al
ly at co a 63c
i uxat. Ite ad nces from ijvernool
have eassed a slight decline in this arti
cle, but prices are somewhat aatettled.
Prime Red brings 103 a 106c.; White
108 a 112c les of Utter were made
io-dy at 110 a llle.
I'ias & Blasts Nominal ouoution
for Peaa 65c; for Beans 00c.
Bacox. Good anpply in market, but
poor demand. Virginia cored, bog lound.
7 a 7lf.; Weatern Shoulders 5 a 51c;
u. Sales CI a 6;c.
I-RD, Prime Virginia Tird. is scaree
and hringa 8J; Bl el. '
IIiERtxos. No. 1 barrel Cut $01 a
(JI; Grot 5 a t5j; Koe eCl a 7.
Ia Alaounca county, en Thursday the ISth
inst, by Gabriel M. Ia, Emj, Mr. William C.
Kiaa to Wiss Cuu, dsuhtrr of Nosh M itrbaL
I A m
Person, ' , ."
Forsythe, ' ,
From Fort Larimie. We have been
shown a latter from an officer of the Arm),
datedor Laramie, June 20,1850, from
which we are privileged to make the fo!
owing extract respecting the emigration
To form any correct conception of
the emigration to California, across the
prairies, it is'necesaiy to be on the
ground. Uistory prenenls. no parellel.
ThirtU'five thousand persons have aire
dy passed this pointt and there are some
tm thousand still behind. The number
of wagons is some where near eiglit thou
sand. The'rholera has made its ap-
neaianc.e, and two hundred have been
buried. This is no great mortality, taking I ,
into consideration 0e otter destitution H,lCsrU!r,.
manv, the want of prairie knowledge,
&c. &v The amount of rnscality on the j i"w
road is almost beyond belief; there"' hard rf ,"n
ly a crime that has not been perpetrated.
from murder down. rortHall
has been abandoned, and the gatrison sent
into California. i , , s
Capt. John Berry, d. ,
W. B.Shepard. w.
R. II. Hester.'d.
Wm. Eborn, w. '. .
Daniel W. Courts, d.
Dr. John Malloy, w. '
Dr.' Wm. B. Lane, w.
v Philip Barrow, d.
Dr. Thos. Bunting, d.
T. E. Pender,1 w. (
W. N. Edward, d.
j Wesley Jones,' d.
John Exum, d.
Cad. Jones, jr. D. A. Montgomery, Dur
ham, Petterson, d. ' . r -George
I). Poole, w. '
Thomas Wilson4d. J ' ! 5
C. S. Winstead, vj. ' , i
W. J. Blow, Marshall Dickerson, d'a.
Horatio Kallum, Thos. Ruffin, jr. d'a.
Col. W L. Steele, w.
Win. MeNeiil, Neill McNeill, d's.
Col. J.Thoinbroueh, J. M.A. Drake, w'a,
Allen FlynC Henry Marshall, ; J. A.
. Waugh. d's. ; , . -
A. Herring, J. A. Boykin, d's. H
U. v . Swanner, d. 4 , (.
J. McCleese, w. , , .
Francis A. Thornton, Wm.Eaton, jr. d's.
C. II. Brogden, J. Y. Sherard, d'a.
Fleming, u. ' ' - '' --'
; Court of -Wardens.""
4 SEMI-Annusl MeeUng of the Wardens of
tha Poor r Orsng Couuty will bs held
at the Por Mouse en tha 1st Monday in Septem
bernrxt. At wbicatuna aiiuiieauUcaa hava aa
portunity of lsving their ropectiis rase before
tha Board. There will also b an election held
at that tiiM lor Superialemlant of the Poor fur the
liy oroer oithe Unard,
S. M. WILKEUSON.Sec.
August SO. . !..! 49
Evcrjlcdy ilun Ilere! I
'A- fietriij aorurjrs4 as 3 iiaas U
BC0TS, fSCES, GA1TOLS, tup.
FEUS, LADrLS1 EUCIS,
iiM in l pttfj rithosjt ibnlsf d4 fwit, f
tt sWfOw. lis he IL PnUsr gcactsi'f
fi sua a nil. a si be rii! ao( ehsrgt? asj
tiiaf I stow las fMtk. I'airss be fix su.
krttoa be aaalrs aa cksr ; scii tt brrty wr
rams his rt U UC s
II bss stao m iaJ a l'g Quantity ef
eisaafsrtuf attirti be miS wU kw. Aa4
heckle a eaaatii cf Irathet hetuorrg to Mr.
KIUJ, Lich h i!l at is lbs mUlag.
Hm sh) is aa tha caraer forariy Kkki6J
UilkUmuth, July 10. 44 tf.
Boef7 stnd kTcaoty.
Twe gratieKaa a rorosrM'ion IsJ.
Ts oaieUcD SDoa "isrss UtJ j
Ta wifiibors lb weather, aad th crop.
Th heiaa th bellr. tha heauties aaa lL (bp.
Iok Bersaja Jsk. iul'yt hear the aew.
That w are about Mk Jaaa ta lostl
Ns." my u BiU. " aaJ may I ask.
Wba will anJerUk th Uk1"
TW yon h m, hut I her .
M'hstr y Bilk ! an aWier aese.
M.k hast aad tell sae, bera eooirs Psrl."
Well, h ia lh rery msa. that snsJa
Th very fMtr at Soot, lis mm,
That U fsrorsJ on had aa
Whea Miss Jane's heart was mot 4 snd woa.
tkl ah ta him. I lore you aa a fricod.
?i othr anatter I esn send.
Kegsrd m thus, Sir, if yoa pirn j
I most say Mo! if yoa do frcet ! !
Whea her soA eye did genttjr 'all
I'pon bis fret so nest and amalL
Th Vpttr pnlihed a a (!. '
The shsp Jul show a etodel Ltut.
Th && wsa neither wi.l nor long;
la Iar or calf so good and strong.
Two lik a rammer' cloud so bright.
Ho heavenly o hrillisut and so lighc
tsh raHd opoa th boot and frit
Her heart gi sy her feeling melt i
N mor she frowned anon lb youth,
Uul op and told biia sit tba troth.
v Ha right good will si gav ber haad.
Her heart, ber nigrers and ber land t
Sir, from thia day forth let all nankind
Tak witnesa of my eonstsnt mind.
That if h hoys lb girl would rail.
Go get Jia raaa ta nuk their IBCCirS!"
' ELECTION FOR GOVERNOR.
Tha following tahto of the vote for Governor
w copy from Ihe Greensbornugh Psf riol, Wlier
ing it to be aa nearly correct a though we bad
mada it out ourerlves. It will be rarrectcd by
th official returns, when received,
There are 79 Couatie in tlii State. Cataw
ba and Gaston vote with Lincoln, McDowell with
Burk. Union with Mecklenburg, Alamance with
Orange, Forsyth with Stoke, Watauga with
Ashe, and Aleiander with Iredell, Wilkea, and
Caldwell ; and as the votes of these Counties are
thns included, they are not named in the follow
ing Tablet , t j ., ' . !
Mixir. Rata. Mistt. Rain.
Denmark and the Duchies. The
war has now commenced in earnest.
On the 25th the two armies met, and
after some skirmishing, a regular en
gagement ensued, in which the Danes
were victorious. The battle began at
break of day, and lasted eleven notirs.
The DaneB attacked with about 25,000
Franklia ' '
men, and the insurrectionary army was cnn, ,
about 20,000 strong. i Guilford
; By dates from Hamburg of the 2rUi,' rf
we fearn that the killed, wounded and J;am" , .
missing in the battle of Idstedt arc now "V"00"
stated at 7000, of which the greater I HeDdemn
share has fallen on the Danes. The Hcrtf'ra "
number in action are estimated at 40, ! ll.'3e
000 Danes and 30,000 Holsteines. j Iredell ,
The Danes are now in possession of, Johnston
the town of ScUleswig, where they have j Jonea
fonnsd their h?;d quarters. Lnair ,
, 931 .
, i t
' 814 .
J035 , ;
Lincoln ; ' ' " 833 1877 :"'690
Macon . . 451 353 484
Martin" 339 M7 813
Mecklenburg 69S '1063 670
Moore 644 636 670.
Montgomery ,v,609 86 . (40
Nash , tt. 106 887'. 80
New Hanover. ' S73 1013 278
Northampton , '512' ' 500 489
Onslow 176 . 663 186
Orange, 1714 1726 1634
Pasquotank . 471., 176 "390
Perquiniona 8C6 265 343
Person ' ' 360 678 339
Pitt . 689 , 671 691
Randolph 1199 ,'312 1334
Richmond '. . 645 68 680
Robeson t 681 633 562
Rockingham ' 340 ' 963 337
Rowan . 837 V 696 '. 889
Rutherford 1365 ' 439 500
Sampson ' ' ' 630 ' ' 698 507
8tanly '" ' ' 746 26 834
Stokea ' .,' , 1003 , 1333 1060
Surry 1090 . 1236 1015
Tyrrell ' 336 .106 353
Wnke ' 991 1393 979
Warren ' " ' 1 173 V 630 V 183
Wasliington t 358 ,182 . 189
Wayne , 1264 1097 ;; 221
Wilkea" i' 1399 309 1373
Yancy , 357, 634 ...
i ofDootM, Shoes, Leather, &c.
1ARUMMOND it WVCHE are now opening
1-r their Fall supply of Boot, Shoe, Brosns,
leather, nhoe Makers Findings, Psper, Tape,
t HUH, zariri usg, oauuiwry, otf, KC
EMBRACING UPWARDS OF
0E TIIOLS 1XD PACKAGES
; , of Frtth and Scaronable Goodt,
uitalile to the Fall and Winter Trade. Pur
chased very early in th sesson, al low priee, we
are enabled to oiler lo Ihe 1 rs.Io a stock of Goods
whkh, for variety of style and quality, cannot be
surpassed by any house.
Wa respectfully solicit country merchant to
call and examine our slock before purchasing
DRUMMOND A WYCHE,
Sycamore street, Petersburg, Va.
August 81. 46
" Ss ID. SCIIDOIL3'231!D
HAVING removed to HilUWough, offers his
aervires in all the Branchea of hia Profes
sion. Having bad an experience of more than
six years' extensive Practice in Guilford County,
he hope to merit a portion of public patronage.
Hi chaigns. will be very moderate, and suited to
the circumstanrea of tbe community.
His Office is the one formerly occupied by Dr.
Smith, opposite Nichol' Hotel.
Total 43,536 41,633 41,263
.' j . 41,683 i
854 ' '
Hie Summer in Charleston has been
the hottest ever known. , For thirty
days, the thermometer has averaged 90
dec., frequently going up to 92 dcg.
and 94 ueg. Vet the city remains
quite healthy. 4 ' 1 ;
John D. Williams,
July, 19 1850.
- N. C.
s 43 Cm
Steam Boat Navigation,
Bctweta FUETIEVUIE I HIL31NCTCK.
THE undersigned, Proprietors of lb Cept
t'tar Steam Boat CoM beg leave to tender
their thanks to th publie for the libersl patron
age received during tha last season, and tskelhi
msthod I inform then patrons and Ihe public gt
nerally. that they bsvs added evernlty per cent,
to th Capital Stock of th Company ia Beats.
Th draught of lb New Steam BtafCbatbsm,"
is calculated to navigate th Rivei at all stage af
water, giving Shippera by thia line a decided ad
vantage in gelling their Good up without delay,
especially in tha Fall Scasan whea tha stiver u
usually loa low for Steam Boata of ordinaiy
draught lo run.
Th Boat Composing this tins are,
The Steamer Gov. Graham, 2 yrs. old.
" Chatham, ' new.
" Tow Boat Mike Brown, 2 years old.
.! Telegraph, 2 do.
" ' , " ' Cumberland, new.
Express, do. -
All the abov Boat arain Ihe very best condi
tion for th Fall Business. Th undersigned fori
warranted in appealing to tha Shipping pablic for
such an increased patronage aa will remunerate
them, to eome extent at least, for tba additional
Capital invested, and promise, with every confi
dence, that Shipper by this line shall b as well
or better served than they can be by any other oa
the River. Th arrangements by the Copsrlner
perienee suggest th necessity of any further in
crease of Boats, lh Public may rely upon their
bring put on Iba bin without delay.
Our rate for I right at all time will be th
cunent rate charged by others.
Bills of I .ailing for good intended to come by
this Line, should be filled up loth " Care of lh
Cape Fear Steam Boat Co., Wilmington." Une
Copy being cent by mail to T. C. Woith, Agent
at that place.
JUHN D. WILLIAMS, Agent,
Capt Fear Steam Boat Tew
Dibble & Brothers,
T. C. Worth, f Proprie
A. P. Hust, tors. .
John D. Wilson,' J
July, 19 1850. 43-lw
AT GRAHAM, ALAMANCE CO. N. U.
rHE exercises of this Institution will be con--
tinued at this place. The course will ba Ihe
stime aa heretofore; the plan of instruction ef
ficient , , . . ,
i Board, . $5 per month. , ,
; Tuition, . 8 to 12 per session. . ..
Extras, in proportion.
B. 8. Ewell, President of William Jt Mary, Ya.
Ex Gov. B. K. Hannegan, Marion, S. C.
Rev. Drury Lacy, Rs!ci;h, N. C.
WM. A. NELSOX, Principal.
Auzuit. 1. 44
Tha White House at Washington is
said t be o unhealthy as a place of resi
dence, thai Mr. I'M I more Iims hired Tor the
season a small house at Georgetown.
: Lightning. Dm ing the storm on
Sunday, ihe 3d instant, w e had a most re
markable illustration of Dr. Fiankliii the
ory, that the lightning will not pass through
a roof covered with metal, but will diffuse
itself on tha metallis surface; and if there
Land for Sale.
THE Subscriber offer for sale the
nyvn Plantation on which be now live, oa
t1a Flat River, containing ninety acie.
4gm, Ha on it a good Dwelling House, and
convenient Out Buildings. The land ia of x
cellent quality, about one third of which ia clear
ed, and the rest well timbered, and all woll wa
tered. . ; . . ...
Tha aubscribcr also offers for aale bis Tan
Yard, situated in the same neighborhood. It has
tbe advantage of eooJ water rower for grinding
bark, and other conveniences for carrying aa tbe
business to advantage.
The above U otTered at private aale; out it noi
sold before Tuesday th 1st day of October next.
il will be offered at public sal to tbe bigltesi Did
der. Person desiring such property are requested to
call and view th premises.
Ini sa. " . - 43 4w
BLASKSfir Sale at this Ctftc.
Death and Destruction to
Hat, .TJjrr, t
LONG & WEBB have for sale, a preparation ,
for lh destruction, of
RATS, EUCE, BUGS and ROACHES,
warranted poisonous only to th above named de
Prire 50 centa a box, with directtona for use.
July 30. 48 tf
At IllllsboroUgli, North Carolina.
THE undersigned have formed an-association
with the view of opening a Iw School in
the town of Hillsborough.
Young gentlemen will be instiuctcu in the va
rious departments of the Law, and care will ta
taken to prepare them for tbe practice in lh se
veral Courts in this Slate.
The School will be opened for tbe admission of
Students on Monday, the 24th instant
J. L. DA I LEY
Hillsborough, June 13, 1650. . 38
r John C. Lewis and oihert.tx parte. .
IN Obelience lo the Decree of the Court of
Equity tor Orange County, mada March Term
1850, I ahall offer for aale, on the premises, oa
th 23rd day of Auguat, 1850, the land of Field
ing Lewis, deed, situated on Ellcrbe'a Creek, ad
joining tbe lands of Thomas Gooch, Harris Woods
and others, containing 260 acres, more or loss.
Said Land will be sold subject to the Widow'
Dower. A credit of 12 months given. Bold and
Security required, and title reserved until tb par-,
chats money ia paid.
U. F. LONG, C. et M. c.
July 12. 40
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