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t . I Eaton, tha Ca.'ltaUoa,aad UeL . U Gr4Uarr Liberty, , Wednetdar. starch 31. Ww. J. U'iB(Uat, cofucJ froet tU PWt ellkw rtM tfftf it l proper to rawrt. LV v lb wd r Wbnu. tb mmj k a afiit !ar k iotnhW to autSfy f lh riolirt of rtrl, nJ to rr tt to lh tlm f arrJiuc. ArnrtrJ h rQl rr4 ibwi "Vv rinirt la fours riiii. uuc era, ua i u artima. rhauUU.. J prrafaWt. OrfaaW i. e. V nnc tlat iba w acrart ia tba PatnK ' affi. Itr-K aa4 Jtf 4 i..to kk M 1 h i. or ,W-4Ua t!urt acfaracy .blJ ba at- tainrj im pubEraOdB af aw prmaoeary U .la aa Rrla are. Bat wa fftmnm that ! Ba irartirl Urmn arauU be W bla rrrof h kt' thaajcH kc niSU waduJe that wa atj atrmja . Ue U JiS wHl i Oranta. Saa .CCIfleoi-wa ieara uui aa t aaa. day ta X3J iaat, iba W!y of Mr. Durcfl Joha atoJ, a yi" 1 6, "M 1 S 1 i .VI ' ' 1 foaaJ. ia tba North-Eara a.rt thU wa.ty. u .i tU . y t-pact to politic. 4a ekea.a-.aec. whidi W to tU. .uV?Um rf ,TOVrJ U li( M i. .y ba ani liar, tba kaow. p-ltk. tU.t fc. earn, to k-4a..a tba a4rul a- U rf ha ta,W.14Iil, of 0'- -.P, .-U-cbarfa af bw fa. Ha haJ kaea at tba atcra af , ,04vjaterfftle. fa aKtilf rf laiunaa iTrhrr, a lUcJ a rational! af Mr. Blfura V.ajba. ia Prra Waty, a Act Bi(U)n; aJ ; u rtW 1BestioW ' iba acbaol of Mraa.a foanh a crtmnodl time kftjM,aaa left. rtb W. fiia, U eampaaj ;1K.il4r, ir, l;utfj Bpofl . rttIy aJU. ErtaUUbcJ churrh, a-ba ao kxig c puUUbfJ wiik auoiher pK Um who, ba oa "P- to lh- cilBtio aaj ba troa iotrrr-. of ; tllUS' fcfi.y. Oa. any r-toL Tba rp-rt la. (a. beard arU weB kmuta to trml b.t oe. frar. time, after b. left tba -tor., aad k ippa-r4 p, M aa. .ml r al.all lab. lima ta ei.m.na tlx tbit be ar. aborting aiairreU. Wbea fcoad. I . Kt,m f try wef, ellH1j, w j0 prMeo ""bw aaoit carefully before proaoune. tn. gt.8. a JsMiWe-wnei. wsa a anon am.ar. t.m n.m .a an. a.rra. ernpy. ... a, ro- ".t. a a a fl t J 1 ' ,i5,. -, tea., arera burnt aroaad blw. wbicb, it U Ibougbt, war. kindlad by tb. wad from bia gun. ( Si.tca writiaj tb. abwa, w. leara tb.t aa ia ajuett wm held over lb. body of Jabaatoa. Wa an aot informed wtut tb. ardiet waa. but Wars Ibat u.picioo ara eaterlaiaad that tba (booting wa. aot accideatal, but tbal k wa. dona by aoraa a. at prearnt unkaowa. Tba aaatler, w. ap poe, wiO b. properly inveatigated. Gen. Scolt and tbe Compromise. Tba Rakiub Standard, aad other Democratic napera b.a for month, beea endearoring to pre-. . . . . ... jadica lb. people of tba Bouta agataat ueoarai aner wiiicq ine ocnaw aujuurneu to Scott, by iuainuating that bo m uumuikI oa tb. Oa Monday, March it, tba committee oa aa ttompromUe, aad cannot therefore U Iraated ia al iWn waa diarbarged from lb. fuither eou tb. .enl of hi. nomination aa iba Wbig cam!!- j aideration of ariou memorial., heretofore refer, data for PreaideaU Oar prefeieoca for Mr. Fin. J red to il, aolk-iling tba aid of tba Government in mora fcc PreaiJent oer aU other., has bora odea ( eataMUhlng auikl line, of ateamera, prop.rd lo declared; but while w. hae thk prdereace, w. ' bo ma from dUlereut port of tho foiled Bute, era not dirpoard lo reauia ailent and permit our w ein countriea. Thia act oa tba part of the aalitieal onnoaenta lo mUrenreaent and trluc , 8cnat. k kwed by tbe National Intelligencer, a diatinguiahed Whig, though ba m.y rtand ia th. w.y our fatorite. It ahall b. our ain, tng at prearnt tn any oi in. aiycct. pre-ru.cu in therefor., a. fat a. w. can. to fix Gen. Scolt. memorkU referred to, mongt wbicb wer. befor. the peopk hi a tiua petition oa th!. que J h ln propcard to bo put in operation to Ire tioa and wa ar. ..tidied, from Let. already . I"J. Africa, lo China, ic md. known, thai it will bo found, oa ei.min.. Tb. diacu. im oa lb. suction of Intrronhon tioa, tb.t Can. Scott, from CM to laat, b. been "" 'Mr. Soufe. who .aaJtoib. ComDromia. meaaurea. and , I. fully prepared lo rastain them a. " a fiail oet tlement.' In furtheranc. of our ol-ject of doing jualk. to Gen. Scott, w. copy toIay, from thej Kaleigh Regirter, a letter written from Washing, j ton city to th. Nashville Banner, to which k added further evidence fiom lb. Washington Re public of the 3d of Jan., 1851. It k oot necca aary to iavit. tba attention of out reader, to ihcae artklea, aa we proaume Ihey are desirous lo know tb. position, on thk question, of all the promi nent iudiviJusk who arc .poken of for President. . It k very evident, from iho ton. of tho Deaaa traUc papeia, that they are apprehenaive thai Gen. Scott will receive th. nomination of tlio Whig National Convention, and hence ihcir a persioiw. .Ia thk they may be dissippointed, a. w. think Fillmor.'. prospect, are daily brighten ing. But whatever be lb determiuation of ihe Whig Convention whether Fillmore, Scott, or Webster is tbe nominee the Whig.of tbe South have tbe consolation of knowing that all three of these gentlemen are aound on the Compromise question, and of trkt and tried integrity thai ' may be ralel and confidently relied on. If Gen. Scott shall get the nominatian, thesa Democratic f ipers may take to themselves aonie of tbe credit of baring brought it about. tThlar Principles. It is really amusing to read some of the pom pous articles in our Democratic exchangee, glo rifying their own party and demolishing, a. they erem lo think, at one fell blow, the whole Whig naH. The, paper, talk vert flippantly of I i " - " Dem ocratic principle., of their triumphs, dec, and assert that the Whig, have no principle, having abandoned ihe Bunk, ihe Tariff, &c One can hardly read the article, to which we refer, with out coming to the conclusion that the writer. thcrasclve. know very little of th. principle, of the iwo partie. and that they never have in their own minds drawn a distinction between meatura and prineipkt, even if they have the ability to do so. But wh article, have their in fluence, and while they may amuse aome ny their aimplicity , tbey may lead atber astray, many of their reader lake their aseertion upon tvn.t without due examination. How tidiculou. " is the assertion that the Whigs have abandoned their principles, when it i notoriou. that they have now a consistent and firm rrpreena'ive ot those principles in Iba President! i! chair, and that ' they are fast bringing their iorec. into a formi dable airar lo contend for Ihcra 1 1 the next Bt k U a,-J tiat U WUf ki sUaX d 1'fcUad ruin r.wl! Tree. Dai iUi k i frmc'fic. Ii DrMtnw Miwfl ta iu ia-v. tad waa aJoraid ty th ft tug krtMt they tea-vcd at aC-rded gvaal 1 t-d' u lU GwtiMt aad the f4r. TLr rior.irt, Lki LJ rrr.rd la tL kirrU ' i lW p !, fc-J ihem U tLi btmcrmi- j fpfWajr tt ll mnm i ImIIj crukd 'a. Eul taa Mt.ig f4 4 WSt Baak M U McfiJ If staJa l&a aul'rt af part avnlc.awl tWf primriflea, &m&c, IrJ to iu Wh atL Tha Penamta i!I aa la aut414i to ' tm it lb7 tiWai it aeyMiry ta Whij. aavawM, ri Ml; sail a aaata DesM-ratattkWisI IwmI omUo afk. Ma Lmm I ua .t - 1 f - - - ft.-, mmm m uu la appoMax (ak, tiff m pbucb rraaa la trar lllal Lkia iJir.V im ttw ililCn rill kaaa to uanatfeattWVttoi. fctoW aaautcr MfUili WMtacWfr aivaaicT, ana r uw; t f. Itfc to tU T..UT. t&a m? .aJ rrmr. ' kl Mr. Ck- at tUrir kcaX ' .'1 r.. ,.. u jj, fo, eroaWal lU, Ka rfr0neDt; but Jera it 4,n tr aa atjtaU4 aa to tr tU btor4a af Urk ppW, rtil lh.a tU toteftato af j. Uaaal Bril.ia ar aa atW torein raoa. TV- U tba WW tloctniia wrw. Jaat aa k ahra KU W. by Mr. Oaj in lU fimli Bat k Varj'to d.etl tipa. tbaaa I ... poiuta. Wbij priariplca ar loo intimately muu tK. ,j .w-- r a. --. n . to llka lh,M ua. f,Mf Bpol wbkb ibk eofernMfl5t .jjj u miuUrreJ. and apoa M ..1.1.... j ininiaiered, wboc'tf aiay occupy tbe PmMen. tial cbair. COXC.lt ESS. , Oa Friday. Marrb 19. tbe attention of tb. 8etiata waa twrapird wiib a apeecb from Mr. Caai, in reply to a letter of Mr. JtSeraoa Davia, of 'Miaaiaatpjii. publiJird ia lb. Fnioa, wbicb cbargea bint with attempting to dec ire tbe South ia bia Kichoieon Irtter. After Mr. Caa. had got. tea Ibroagh. lb. private calendar waa takea op ; A .Id . 1 I . If. I . a eipreaaionof iu juJemcnl againat embark. l ""K. "V mow in g busine-s. had been disposed of. On Tuesday. Mr. Shields reported a bill to in crease the efficiency of the arUlkry, and a joiut resolution concerning tb. national defences. Tho bill to establish a navy-yard and depot on th. bay of Saa Francisco, and for other purposes, was taken up, and Mr. Gwin addressed the Senate ia it. support, and Mr. Brodbead in opposition. On Wednesday, Mr. Clark presented tbe pe tition of tbe grandson of Gen. Nathanael Green, asking that Conercm will subscribe in aid af Ihe publication of tho writing, and paper of hi. il kstrioe. ancestor. , A resolution, olTered by Mr. Borland, calling upon the President for a statement of tha plan on which it k pioposed to construct tbe wing. ol the capitol, was adopted ; a. wa. ako a reaolu lion of inquiry ia relation to the losa of the Uni ted State, steamer Edith. After an executive seuion the Senate adjourn ad On Thursday, after the morning businesa, lb. bill to establish . navy-yard and depot on the bay of San Francisco waa debated by Messrs. Brod head and Badger until tbe hour of adjournment. HOtK OF REPRESENT ATI VE3. On Friday, M.rch 19, th. House wmccu- pied with ih. private calendar. On Saturday, lb. Deficiency bin was taken up, . , in commitle. of the whole, (Mr. Ven.ble m tho chair.) and the reaolution closing th. bavmg previously ueen amcnueu io proaches for election, and thevarenei debate two hour, Mr. Johnson of Arkansa d- the- few nor far between at the North dieaeed the committee on certain item wbicb h. ' tnJ gagt. The New Orleans Bee says: wa. instructed by the Comruiitee on Indian At fair to move to the bill, which item had been rejected by Ih. Committee on Way and Mean, support in the National Convention. Mr. Brook., of New York, followed, and pro- There is one circumstance that must ceeded to .bow that deficiency bilk were not un; not be emitted in calculating the chan common. but that ever aince th. fiscal year Ya- S. The friends of 1 .1 more are no tem had been adopted. Mdnda had occurred . to be transferred ta "J J r, .. , in :.:. cojent reasons, ihey belong to the every year. He referred toti.. krge deftc enc. . w gtrJd Ntjona, wbich orourml undc. rre-ueni roia s aunnnm. ..tln ..,1 .ArAn.!.l lit Mhm.lM nf Iha LJii.r ....-.., ... m... terixmater. detriment for lb. present year. H. a . . af! 1 at. a aiiuuod io ine posia upon our ironuers, anu up necessity of maintaining them for defence against encroachment from tbe Indians. He argued strongly ta tavor of the estimates of the admiuk- tration. ; The committee then rose, and live House ad journrd. On Monday, March 22, the House was mainly a.i- ago I in the consideration of ihe till lo sup- , pi., deficiencies in thjmpuaUone fol ihe pa e l prvwut I. I yer, wink, ;n !praJu fU 1.3 turn iW a swifc'.tory of ti art to provaJr Lt fcUie j tle Covrt of the I'ai- led Puice m e.a af . larva w other tLaaUiy 'af Jade f t-rirt tfti. wa fed k th i!fw wrta a aGarbt tmrmSmrH. 0 Tarsia. ttM ir. tr WM ULm a.Ucwr4 tt Ifo iu mint pviM, ia aaiiMttca aprclri, aa r aarb afWr vfcich tW cwesittc raa aai lha Ilaawa aJjroJL Oa asl TVrdTt laa ra:Jrf tim t t&a Jtficieary hit wi eoeiia4, Ul The TTeatniluUter Iteview, Xa. Ill; Jatw 1S5S-V Kaa WtinJ tkia ffrimU. l u- r.,u a . uk u h, w" - . p. i i- j Ul.'1 V'!-.Tlrr11 ,W C",,teM ,BJ 'J Tk CU of Cbna. irmltin. g. F.Uucal Qttratioiia a4 FarUra is F"f- ' T7 1-iei.t.real EagtaaA 0- UcUv. Harrrr of Aa Ucftarr. J.1 Vttmtr'ty t' " Aaaerra. II lrl Uit.lur af Gaajr. IS. C PMJ liwtwa af franca. t Thm h" h,y ln, ,! J1" rf fjlur' W -in r"',u' k baa It. wrilaw am eaamfly .a- eWrioifcl Id anteftaim tha aamc itma. if met SiI tbrologiril aaj wml 'i Pa n. Graham' Blngazlne for April has been received. Il contain tbe u.ual variety of Proa and Poetry, forming aa inviting table af conleala for tbe reader f light literature. Tbe Embelluhment are fine, corukting of lea engra vings and a piece of Musk. Each number af Graham for 135 will roataio I IS page. Term $3 per annum. Address Geo. it Graham, 134 Chestnut Street, PbilJcljlii. St. John's College. J. R. Hcrndon, Eaq.. President if the Board of Tru- tee, notifie the Masonic fraternity throughout the State, that Richard P. Taylor, of Oxford, hat been appointed Treasurer of the Board of Trustee! of St. John's College, aud all persons hold nig I u nils lor the support ol said Col lege, are requested to remit the same to said Tavlor, at Oxford, at an earl datr. ": ',: ' ' ' 1 . The River and liarbor HillVhich is to be reported to Congress br the committee of commerce, appropriates about i,iuu,uuu to tne rivers anu nar a . . - . ...... - .a "it borsof the countrv. John Randolph Renton, only son of I ol. Benton, late t. senator Irom Missouri, died at &t. Louis, on the I7thinst., in the 23d Tear of his age. after two tlaja' illness. A project ia in agitation lor a new State t be formed out of that portion of Wisconsin north of the 23th degree of north latitude, and that portion of Michigan Ijrinj; west of lake Michigan. Mr. Webb writes from Genoa, that, as the portrait of Columbus was des troved in the recent conflagration oi a. a a .a aw the Library at Washington, the Ame rican Consul at Genoa is endeavor ing to obtain a copy of the only origin' ai in existence, which belongs to a fami ly in that city. : n Edi'cation I Georgia. There are in the State of Georgia, one thousand four hundred and fifty schools, col leges and academies, with one thousand six hundred and twenty-two teachers, and an aggregate number of forty -one thou sand seven hundred ana two pupils. Political Speculations. W. clip from th. New York Express the fol lowing peculation in refeienc. to the Whig no minee for President Ther are not without in tf . far wiJ, 0f tbe Imarki V;mnPA.. fr;.ntia ,mntir .k. a. a ax a a aaaa vm -m " w ( nf Wes Smfh Wegt an goutn, are multiplying as the time ap- It i9 our deliberate conviction, that Mr. Fillmore will command the largest rMmwtM the J ... . . , representative ol the compromise anu tntt, and they will Stick to " - a a . . a .a first ant, ,agt tn(j aU te timef uness fully satisfied that he cannot be nominated, and that Gen. Scott shares ,is opinions. The South will not budge from Fillmore a nder any conditions short of these. 1 he prospect , tnere fore amounts to this : The Convention will have to nominate Mr. Fillmore or Mr. Webster, or if neither proves a- vailable. it can only nominate Scott by cle atly placing lira jw the Compro. tise j'Uifirm.H - The Mirror" (N. V.) ia osn.-i ing the prpeft of the scleral candi date lUr the Presidency, expretaes tLe &- that General Scott ill reif tK taravt tialtfr bf vuta mm tLe Srt ! Ullot ia tl Cftorentiua. Bit- aJJa 4k. lot .u til vr , WUw tkt k III be tk BfXt Preti- dent of thet'nitcd Sutet.Bor tbe boob inee of the N btr part v. . Oa tle ec end t!!uf, we are tucllnrvl t think thcrt will be la cinJiJatei; nd tiie itmrfe will be tbea betwrea tbe friesJa f Scatt nJ I'illtaurc, r Scott and Webster -the AVeb.ter rrt go ing vrer to Fillmore, ar the Fill mure Bta tn Wcbter. la the eveat but contfkt. a tliird randiitate, would beadoptrdi .ad a. we Ju.e tlrr.d j i tgretrd, Joba J. Crtttendea vuid be the win. Forelfn Policy of ih.9 Aimlnlitrt- tlOIL I lirra Itaa prnhahljr tieterbtrta aa adminUiratHM of tba gorrrumriit. w Imwc frtrrijfti piAiej ka$ bee a nmie emineotlj uerearful, ttyu the Auuata (.) C'ltnc ab-U and Srniiiwl, and liirtt waa an unw rrrialtr appird by imeUieni. run. man re and painoiir pKtiort f the A meraa ,i.Ur, that f Mr. F.i!m.tf. T a aT. B I. . I .... mctt av.u hu-ht u ttirn'. condemn. anLeea drnouncr. ia opprobrirHia term, that pdicr, is nt!d. only natural but tn be eipectrd; nar, del aireil, fur the opposition ni eitremit and ; tiltraistf always aiTurd lili evitlenr. if. runserraiisni andeamcat, defoleil patri-j niism in p.diiiul atfiirs. I heir opposi i lion and drnuiirianoni ara therrftire in-1 finitely more lo be cmirted than llieit praire : for ihey srrre tn warn the mrs as a lighi-hHice the mariitt-r of birakrr. of the datiKeis of approaching lvi near tlieir poaiiians. I hat Mr. rilliuore shiHild bar drawn down tipnii hi own and the head id bia rahinei.rondemna lion of atirh men, whila ther hve, with an ahilitr uniurpis.nl, srduhiu-lr ruar drd and proteeied ihe inter-!, and hoiNir of the nation and ihe rt;lii. of ihe citizen., should be rauNt (ratuUtKiii to every lover of hi eonn'rr. Il augur wrll'f..r the republic, bcr-tise it fives auranee that they are building up the country promoting- the proapeiity of the eople. and rlnwhiiif. rH-rfr inj and streitttheniitg theglorhMi lahur, reared by the hands , of patriot, sages and aire against the as aanlta of ih ibstriirtirr. I Wiiev's N. 1'aroi.ixa Reader. Tlie Common ScImmiI Committee lor the coun ty of Beaufort have, wo are glad lo are, recommended Wiley. North Carolina Readir to all - patents and tuhei persoi s who send M school rhihlren siiluriently far advanced to read therein. They aar. that M being a beautiful and intrrealing abridgment of the history of tha State, from ber earliest existence to the ptesent day, the Reader will fmni-li the rising fe neration with just thai kind of knowledge so much needed lo induce amongM her cliildrrn a due aud laning hilarhuient to their homes." ; A'. C. Ttfantph. . 1 - - ii . f Virginia 'Hie Democrats of Acco- tnac, (the District in which Henry A. YV ise once boasted in Congress that there were no newspapers, have noini natcd Mr. Buchanan lor the Presiden cy. His nominees say t W. now call for Buchanan, the chief of th. Polk cabinet and Pennsylvania's favorite son. A Democrat of the school of tbe Fathers." He abused Mr. Madison and all the Democratic administrations that-preceded him, as " weak and wicked' -called Mr. Jefferson "a philosophical vis ionary," and talked about letting out any Democratic blood that might be in his own veins. . Some any Ac wet once m federalist ; ifao,htis to much Ihe better RrpuUitim now, that h. caw forty yea ago tha error of hk waya, and hua not, in that time, seen cause to recant , 111. Conver- Ston. This 19 excellent. We have long nenru mat out lasniuncu reociaims make the best Democrats. X.Y.Exp. i .1 . . 1 .1 r . .1. : , .1 i : ' PETERSBURG MARKETS. Reported for the Intelligencer. Saturday, March 27, 1852. Tobacco No change since last re port. Lags, S3 (a) $ 4) ; Common Leaf 4 f 51 ; Good 51 r ; Manufactur ing 71 tlSI. Cotton i he market has been some what depressed for two days past Buyers Ber "1c, but we hear of no sales at that figure. Wheat continues to decline. Red 80 (fh 85c; White 85 Gh 90c the latter price being the highest paid to day for prime parcels. floor We hear of no sales, and quote nominally at t4 for Superfine. Corn -Small parcels of prime bread Corn readily bring 65c. Cargoes have been offered at 62,c. without finding a purchaser. Oats Eastern Shoreat 45 50c Pkas Very scarce. Old crop Cow Peas62jG5c New crop TOc Black eye 80c. Beaks In demand at 125 150c. Clover Seed Very dall at 6 p- bus. Bacon The demand for Bacon con tinue very active and prices are firm at our former quotations. Va. (hog round) lO jc; Western sides 10 101 c; do. shoulders 99'c; hams 101 10fc: Jowls 71c. Lard Virginia, (in kegs,) 10 10r. W estern (in bbls.) 10c; tlo. kegs lOle, Apple Brandy Sales at 53 54cts. LttR Camden $1 ;Thotna9tonf I'; Washington tl i. ANOTHER WIENTlfin WONDER!-" larva. a l.r.rvM Dr. J. M. t'evtb- w pepsin. u Tr trh. fwii. - Utrta UaaOi. akrv 4acia af B- 1. k. H-wjtua M. D, Hiuarfftk. Tkia i tm!f a aWtt! nm3i L iWkaria. alia, laaaleVi aV0tT,cnif aftar aMaw'a aW. -' . .w- I- t..: m imkMI N a-ata traua. 8a alrtiMac)t to aaatW caiaata. . HaarMia'. Giaaaa BifTHtv VTa araabl caB Iba atteatiaa af t rJef to Iba adverti. Ba4 af Df. Hliar. cirbmuJ Urwa Bit- ten fMefwrad by Dr. C M. Jariaoo, jV. I2 Aicb atraet. PhlWMj-l.w. Ia eaaaa af lit Caaptaia, Djap-U. iMaraaa af tba KiUaera, aad as) dmtmt ariaing fraea a diaarJad ataaaacb, tbeif Mer k aat aicriW. ifeqaailed, by aay atber kaowa aeeparatioa. a. tba carea atit, to raVflilel - edT' thia rWirine. aa bctat wbtt k k te-praaeiMed, aad area ear cadrraarbe ara aflirted to ptantaa a battk aad tbey wi3 be coatiacrd af tba Uath aa aaarrt. Circular. MASONIC FUNERAL. : I THE Maaaliera af Cgk Iadgv. Ka. 71. wi9 attead at CbapH Htil aa tSatanhy tba lOtb af April, to perfttna tba ftiaeral aoktaeiiira ia bonar af tbeir kte worthy aeatbee Tbotaaa J. Jel&ry a. Tba cereaaoaica iB laba pUea at 1 1 i ft. t u a :h l. i ,u At j. T. tt . 1 h M rruid !Uat an toa Ketbrea af pgta tAiEC.M ai awier iuge. cawaratew, wui a Ut order of tba ledre. E. A. IIEARTT, Sec'r. Marrb 59th, I83S. 28 Very Cheap Goo RESPECTFLI.I.Y aaoouac to their cus tomer and Iba public reneialty. that tbey are now ia receipt of a very Urge aud complete aaonoirnt of Spring & Summer Goods, which tbey are aaxkua to sell, and will acU ap oa reaaonabia terms many Gooda hmr Jham tttthrfm. try Pleaaa caB and exsmine their stork. MitUbecjuth. March SI. I85S. 28 NEW WHOLESALE CRT GOODS BOUSE. rrtrnbnit,l7tBlartB,lSi2. i;R atark af Stapk and Fancy Dry Goods V7 for tho Spring Tra.k is now complete, ami aa-.laa f. a sa msHtli,.n A at k M(!m afaVaT aW ,nd bli purch.d principally for f..fc we can oflei aucb inducemente to tbe trade a are rarely met with in tbu at any atber mar- ket. W. respectfully solicit a call bom in jner chant vmung our city. ' JOHN W. RICE A BROTHER, No. 0. Bollinsbrook 8treet. March 17. " S7 Im Iron A New Lot. snONSISTING af Bar Iron for Tirea. Horse Shoe, dte aquara, round, aval and half oval. . Alao, Cast Sleet, Blister, German and Shear Steel .-, Also, a fresh lot of Molaasea and Rica. LONG & WEBB. March 23d, 185 J. S7 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, OrAN'OB Cot'NTT. Superior Court of law. Spring Term, 1832. Jamtt A. Turner v. Petition for Divorce. Fancy Turner. IN thk case it appearing that a copy of the pe tition and uhpa;na were issued lo the defend ant in manner a by tha atalut. in such case k required, and th ret nru thereon being, executed on the said Nancy Turner, and proclamation be ing mad. at th. court-house door by tb. Sheriff for the said drienilant to appear and answer, a af " ' commanded by tb. auhposna, and th. defendant j T now on band, and will be receiving (ailing to appear; It k ordered by lb. Court that u daily through th. season, A'eie Good, di publication for three month be mad in tw. roct from tha European manufacturer, and eatk newHpspers, for the aaid Nancy Turner to ap- Aucthnt, rick, famkionahk, fancy Silk MUline pear at tba next term of thk Court, to be held at rjr Cuodt. Our .lock of Kick Ribbon, compri nt eourt-hnuao in Hillsborough, on the second . e overy variety of Ihe latest and moat beautiful Monday io September next, then and thereto design imported. plead, answer or demur to tbe aaid petition, other Many of our good ar manufactured expressly wise ihe said petition will be heard ex parte a ; to our order, from our own design and patterns. l I... ..,1 liLLmanlnMrniiCuaainii. n.nlj vc as isa J rm v varwaeav. swar vvhi rr Kivaa.wvai . , . ' I "uri. TJ-C-.J M f I M-..I. -r. !.l I I . . . .... Court, at oITice, tho second Monday of March A. D. 1832. R. M. JONES, c. a. c. Pike adv. 18:00. 27 3m March 22. Luther and his Adherents. 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A I-I pnaaaia itkMaaJ to tba attban iWa (W XV Oaada aurrbwrj af Ma, Warn. P. MrDwucI, a aaaoaaird ta acnla ariib bias ailboart aVby. atWaiaa tby mM tad their aecaaota ad aatoa to atbar baaJa t ttWtiari. E. M. ItOLT &. CO. Mtrcb II. 7 rCbll TOen SCCaS, TO BE HAD AT THE DRUG STORE. Marrb S3. t7 Spring Stock. On(i, Sbees. Trtrnka, YTu'R art aow ia rerij4 of aar Kprkg Sapply " " af gaoJa, aatbraciag eery artkk caaa.. ted ariib tba JLXTD IHATHTZI bidi baa beoa arlactrd earefaOy aad Jadkaawaly . . ' Wfcred to ir frieJ...d tb. paUie geaaraily. a aaor. ceraptrta ar batiar ac beted tHacb tbaa tbe aM aow ellerad to yaf ia. spertjosw Ora Prices wux be Low. ebt Low. Tba attention af Merchant k narticuUrtr catted to thk Stark. URUMMOND Si WYCIIE. WbokaaW Dealers. Ptorbarff. V. March S, 1833. 84 la CENTRAL DEPOT. closi.u itnv. TAMES, RICE dt JAMES moat rwrectfuTI " iafonn their tiiettJa, cnatonarrs aad at bars, , that tbey are now cloning out tbea' stock of Sta ple aad raaey Dry Uo.hU, Boota, Shoes, Sad die, dte-, either oa time or for cash, at aatordab ingly low prirea; aad sorb as remain oa hand I y . tba 6ih of April next, will I closed oat at pal lie auction oa Tuesday, that day, at a'cksrk. Country atrrchaata will do weU to attend tie sale, bale positive. . Ttan 4 month for all o ma over $100, and 6 months for earn of $200 and over, i JAMES, RICE & JAMES. February 17 S3 tIA 1IUX7 FXftr.I. THE suberribrrs, having purrbaard lb antlr. Stock of E. M. Holt & Co, respectfully in form the public that tbey will continue l!e buai nca at tb. earn, well-known aland, where tbey will ba tdeaard to ara tbe old customers of lb concern, and their friend generally. Tbey bsva purchased tha stack on term wbicb will enabk them to aril Gooda lower than tltey have hereto, for. been eeld in this market, mni Ihcg intend doing aa. Tbey will b receiving a new aupply of fresh Good ia a few day, which will render their atork complete. Call and era before pur. chasing elsewhere. J. J. & C. J. F REEL AND. March 10. S3 WANTED, 4 N Apprentic to the Tailoring Bualne. A kd from IS to U year of age, of induatri out habits and good moral, will ba taken by th. subscriber, if application k made soon. L. CARMICIIAEL. February 16. S. SAVE YOUR MONEY. Charles P. Freeman & Co., (late raxExtx, hodoes & co.) IMPORTERS AI JOOBER9. 144 Broadway, 1 door South of Liber ty street, NEW YORK. and BtanJ Unnvalled. Wi nfll.. auia mAm t.m t - - - wax ax wv. avasaj CatA. at loaror nranaalhan an. .i:, 11 ..... ..!: - : ir't ' in n iikti ki ran auura. All purchasers will find it greatly to their in terna to reserve a portion of their money and make selections from our great variety of rick thtop good. Ribbon rich for Bonnet, Cap, 8a.be and Belt. Bonnet 8i!ka, Satin. Crapes, Liases and Tar leton. Embroideries, Collar, Chemise Us, Cape. Ber tha. Habit. Sleeve. Cuds, Edgings, and Inserting. Embroidered Revkre, Lace, and Hemstitch Cambric Hdkfs. Blond. Illusiooa, and Embroidered Lace for Caps. . . Embrotdeted Lace torSbawk, Mantillas, and Veil. Hoaiton, Mecbka, Vaknckne. and Brussek Lace. English and Wevw Thread, Smvrna. Lkb Thread, and Cotton Laces. Kid, LUk Thread, Silk, and Sewing Silk. Gloves, and Mitt. French and American Artificial Flower. French Lace, English, American, and Italian Straw Bonnet and Trimmings. January, 1852. Valuable Property, FOR SALE. THE subscriber wishing to remove, offers for ale his House and Lot (two acre,) in tba town of Hillsborough, well situ-ited, tba dwelling House krge and commodious, with all necessary out-buildings, and a never-failing well of water within a few feet of the kitchen. Also three tracts of Land. Two small tract, within two mile of town ; one ailfoioiaf Dr. Hooker aad Lemuel Lynch, aod the other ad joining tha land of Nash Wbitted aad other. The third tract contain seven or eight band ad teres, all wood land, lying near CedarGtoe, ad joining Samuel P. Moore and at hers. Tbe subscriber being determined to remove to tho eeath west, will sell rry of th. above proper ty oa accommodating teims. AH persona indebted to him will please call and settle, and those having claim, will prearnt them for payment. STEPHEN MOOKK. December S. IX Pcsidcutiiil contest.