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d honor or nis couniry ered in Ac HodSe of ?nnresenta.ive,in December 1811, pre- ings, and rights, an I Xy a- 00 n mratory to war with Great Britain, the t;iinnjished orator from South Carolina thus poured forth his feelings: VVe are next told of the expenses of (lie tvar; and that the people will not pay taxes Why not? Is it in want of rneans? What! with 1.000,000 tons of shipping; a mmpree of 31 00.000,000 annually ; man ufacture yielding a yearly product of 150,000,000. and agriculture tnrice mai amount; shall we, with such great resourc es, be told that the country wont ability to raise and support 10,000 or 15,000 addi tional regulars? No: it has the ability; and that U admitted; but will it not hare the dUposition? Is not our cause jut and necessary? Shall we, trwn, utter this libel on the peoe?' . lf taxes should become necessary, I do not hesitate to say that the people will pay cheerfully It would be for their government and their cause, ud it would be their interest andtiutyto pay." One more remark, and we have done. Mr. C. concluded his speech with the sug gestion that a committee nyght be appoint ed for the purpose ot considering the war, and of consulting the distinguished milita ry officers who are fiow fortunately in this city, about the best mode of carrying out the defensive line of policy. We respect fully suggeit that the proposition "does not tro far enoueh: but that they ought rather to he consulted about the whole field of operations. Let these distinguished offi cers be asked how we are to fight out the war, so as to obtain a satisfactory and early peace; and we venture to say that Quitman, and Shields, and J. Davis will advise the committee that Mr. Calhoun defensive course, with the abandonment of our cen- tral positions, will never answer; but that the only way to obtain an early peace is bv a vigorous prosecution of the war. Let Mr. Calhoun place the conduct of the war upon this issue, and before these enlight ened and gallant men, and we doubt not the result of the consultation. TARaTOROflGIt-: SATURDAY, JANUARY 15,1845. Mr. Calhoun1 s Speech. TVc invite the attention of our readers, to the able dissertation on Mr. Calhoun's speech, in the foregoing columns. We liave not as yet seen a full and literal copy of the speech but anticipate its appearance coon. It is evident however, from what we have seen, that Mr. Calheun has defi ned quite an eccentric position, and one not easily occupied except to the detri ment of our honor. ingly availing himself of the word "scheme," used by the Senator from Mis sissippi, he effected to regard it as applied to the State of North Carolina and cov rlv ininnntftd that there were other States more addicted to schemes than North Carolina, and that Mississippi "was no better than she ought to be." Mr. Foote again took- the floor disclai niing the application ctf the word "scheme," which Mr. Badger sought to give it, and charged home upon the Sena tor a disposition tosneer at Mississippi. Mr. Badger disclaimed any "imputation" upon the State of Mississippi but kept himself snugly esconced beliind his inu endos and insinuations -insinuations which he did not have the manliness .to utteropenly. But the following extract will give our readers a better idea of this cene than any discription of ours. Subsequently, in reply to some re marks made by" Mr BABOEK, Mr. FOOTE -said: When I used the :word "scheme," it .was certainly not with any discourtesy towards the senator :from North Carolina. It-was merely in allu sion to the postponement of businessthere heing conflicting views in regard to the expediency of first taking up one subject orrtrreiofhei:;tm8 iin reference to .gentle men who might beunclincd te seize upon what might, perhaps, be properly termed a parliamentary advantage. And, while I am up, T will remark, that if the senator from North Carolina, understands me as usingthe word "scheme" in-any disrespect ful sense, in reference toliimself or in re ference to the'State of North Carolina, Jhe is entirely mistaken. But while the hon orable senator c'dtion of such hbpevhe does not mean to imply came from a part of the couutry where schemes of a discreditable character arc more apt to be adopted than in North Car olina. If I had understood the senator Dec. 30. Mr. N. had made arrangements to sail for Vera Cruz on the 1st instant, and ptnppfpfl In rMfih home by 1st of February, with"the remains of Col. Wil son. ' V From the Fayetteville Carolinian. N. C: Regiment. The latest accounts states the Regiment to be in good health and discipline. -They are still at "Aris pe's Mills," anxious to be doing some thing,'but there!- no enemy to disturb them. Many of them are excessively tired of the inactivity of a life in camp. The Matamoros Flag sayi that many Mexicans are crossing the Rio Orande, to live under the protection of American laws. Every thing is perfectly quiet, and no sign of an enemy notwithstanding the late report that the line of the Rio Grande was to he attacked. B'randretftfs Pills As a general family medicine, especially in a country so subject to sudden changes of temperature as this, "their value is incal culable. Bv having the Brandreth Pills alwayson hand, should a sudden attack ofl sickness take place, they can be given ai once, and will often have effected a cure before the physician could have arrived. In cholic and inflamation of the bowels, these Pills will at once relieve, and perse verance in their use, according to the di rections, will surely do all that medicine can do, to restore the health of the patient. For sale by Geo. Howard. From tkcilmington Journal. Latest from the Rio Grande By the arrival at New Orleans -of the steam ship Telegraph, the Picayune has received dates from the Brazos to the 24th ult., and from Matirmoras to the 22d uH. The Telegraph brings no news of importance. The Matamoras Flag says that large num bers of Mexicans are emigrating to Texas, with a view of coming under the protec tion of the United States,in case the 'Rio Grande should be made the boundary line. According to the ""Monterey Gazette, Ca- A Word of Caution. On all occasions of festivity and joy, when we are all prone to indulge in the good things of this life, and not unfrequently to excess, let us not forget that the pleasures of the table, when enjoyed beyond the bounds of pru dence, are always at the expense of health. To such, however, as are inadvertently led into excess, the Indian Vegetable Pills will be found the best, if not the very best medicine in the world for carrying off all complaints which arise from irregular ity of diet; because they cleanse the sto mach and bowels from those bilious hu mors which are the cause of hcadach, gid diness, sick stomach, sour belchings, loss of appetite, lowness of spirits, and many other distressing complaints. Wright's iND-iAN Vegetable Pilj,s Alsouiid and improve digestion, and puri- nales is still giving escort and ;roccrving tribute from merchants. On the 2d -in-; fy the blood, and therefore give health slant, a train of cars, loaded wrfh -mer-l and vigor to the vhole frame, as well as chants' good?, arc mentioned as 'having' drive pain of every description from the entered Monterey from Camargo, which body. Tlifi safest ar agents only taken. But while tne non-i j r n iJ f , r , . .. r ,, ,. icameAhrough. under escort of Canutes s Beware of Counterfeits! repels the idea of the apph- , -r n A ., r.u i 1 c ' r'troons, and paid him a vcrv considerable! course is to buy of the regulai a term to his own state, It " ; T , , rr ; A . , 4. . tlsum. l oi eh Geo. Howurd. w)t mean to imp y that I, - ' . fl rrti r S!rntt liifl ff orfh. ft IS a' source of very seueral regret, saj's the Al bany Journal, tat the ties of friendship 'which has cxis'ed for more than thirty : uaiiiiEjrToj j Jc R- A; EZELL,IjMv Princ;pal Ancient Languages, JR. A. Ezell a English, French, 7 ' U and Mathematics John Johnson JI U fipHE Seventeenth Term wiU menceon Monday, the I0ihflfi0n1, ary, 1848. In this Institution, Bo. fitted for the Freshman, Soph0m , 8re Junior Class of any Collece in tk. 0r which the Parent or Guardian may ' or for the business pursuits of life tl' School isentiiely free from an ... htt sectarian bias. The attainmon I "-Minn YJ ftifrfi j morality, and a high order of intellect i improvement, are the ends sought a firm and wholesome discinlino' . thorough, radical instruction ln all ihe branches taught, constitute f h "icdns em. v. ...., expenses win u cpaicu iu F'-c mc niMlluuon in lhofr i rank of the high schools oi th Globe havp at - , , J fucuretf. and a full and complete apparatus, or iiL,..: ing the sciences, will soon be ready fo the use of the Academy. hecturey8 QJ Moral and Scientific subjects, will be de livered to4.be students, regularly, through" out the Session. 0 , . u . ... ycars between lcns. Scott and Worth, have repelled it at fhe moment, with'J , t . ,r. promptitude, and perhaps wilh-Bome heat. . 1 . . . i i r r. k. w-ik p;i -Ttf nf Miociciinm irlnrimu in ivnr ' 1 and distinstiished in pece, .lands upon a" and oi w . w .S ootn n .r,.; (,fi.,(p(1 a,arRe an(, incl.casing deinand BEWABE OF COUNTERFEITS AND IMITA'HONS. The unparalleled and astonishin; effica cy of Dr. WUtar's Balsam of Wild Cher ry, In all the diseases for -which it is rec ommended, curing many cases after the skill of Hkj bet ph viebns was unavailing, fur it. Xhh fact has caused veral un by U.e arrows of assoilmcnt hurled at her 0II' .ano1'' "T 7 , S I principle! eowitetfeil. and imitators to Mr,Mr.n W ih .nn,!or frnm ! P "CU!arS. I lie IJIM CllUlCUliy CC , ff . .. f ;,;, Nrth Carolina. As was once observed G.c"3-. St"U ?ml Wor,h OCC,'rrei1 at nan,e and appearance, for 4h , , . . , , hla. in Uclohcr, smec wnicn fimc mcv here, on a somewhat similar occasion, by I ' , , . 1 . r a distinguised member or this body: there b,ave hail "o 'ntorcyurse hut of an official fl?.r. .l- i i -i character. is noi suuicicni Mrengui 111 inu uuw iiuii he bends to bring the arrows to their mark. Hal nm. Reception of General Quit man and ! IpIiI hii the Afrxnnifi Prn icrn flu. m Ti n-nrrTi i -i:: i . , - - lwr. un.n uciaum-u any un puu- ,r i .t .1 . , . r 1 ; - . n un crs a 1 uiai ic iuininwu ui iuu- Mr. Badger and Senator Feoleof Miss The Washington Union, of the 3rd of January contains the sketch of a very in teresting debate, in the Senate of the U. States, on the motion to postpone the Ten Regiment Bill then pending and take li(T.0n t!C MiMif PP'; , !jor General Quitman and Brigadier Gcncr i.n. l vjvj 1 lit. 1 uusi a ciiau uu i.iu ppearancc, ior -ine genuine Scme arc called "Syrup of Wild Cherry," Balsam ofSpinkcnard," "Wild t'herry Comfrcy'Ae. Another, "Wis teria Balsam of Wild Cherry.,"" misspell ing the name, and forging certificates to resemble, those of fhe true Balsam. "Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Sherry" is the al Shichls (both of whom arc M:isais of sed for trespassing a single moment fur- h; h.fland- , (hc Grand LmI dflheJ tlie na"c oflhcongi therupon the time of the Senate. Nt-! Dtricl of Columbia, last evening wagl cm none ofats virtue withstanding the express disclaimer of ihe ; enthusiastic and ' irltcrcsline. There! WOK WELL TO senator from North Carolina in the first ' half of his remarks, there is something yet in the tone and bearing of the honorable senator, which, without explanation, con- weys the iimpresaion that'he has not that respect'for the State of Mississippi which is due to her. Mr. BADGER. I have expressly dis claimed intending any offence to Missis- Mr. Calhoun's Resolutions onthel rj . rrT,r, T , . , 4. up Mexican War. A long and- desultory debate ensued upon this motion, when Mr. Badger of this State undertook to read tho Demo cratic Senators a lecture upon senatorial courtesy and propriety. This brought to his feet the new enartor from Mississippi, Mr. Foote. who "fleshed his maiden sword", in one of the finest specimens of parliamentary eloquence we have seen, and administered such a rebuke to the ad venturous Carolinian, as 'he will not for get to his dying day. He told the Sena tor from N. Carolina, that his charge was incapable of being sustained by evidence that the charge itself was discourteous and originated in a wantof politeness and good feeling. and intimated pretty broad-! ly that the course of the Senator was dic tated, not so much by a spirit of courtesy, as a desire to embarrass the action of the government and "postpone the considera tion of this vital question." Mr. Badger rejoined, and it as amusing to witness the wri things and contortions of the honorable Senator. It is evident that the arrow had reached its aim and not only that it was rankling there. The "greatest intellect" -"of ihe State was "in a fix," as "Practical Vigor" used to say. The cap he had prepared for others, he was obliged to drain to the dregs bitter as it was; Accustomed so long to play the "ir ura.eie" in JNorth Carolina and toroMwnto acquiescence all the unruly of his own party, he was not prepared to have his lnlalibiiity questioned in this summary way and especially by the pie heian Senator from Mississippi. Accord- only genuine. The rest merely imitirfe the name of the original, while they pos- s. TIKE MARKS' OT miin "ivrTIVV were present in iheGrand LodRe. aam- 1XJJ bled at their hall, between one and twoj The genuine Balsam w pat ttpin Wiles, hundred cf the brethren. The guests, with the word "Br, Wistar's Balsam of worn introduced at 8 oVlock bv the com-1 hl Cherry, rmiau.," mown mine g., :... c ...k n.nrh hottle hearini? a label on addressed -by the M. W. -Grand Master,! with fhe signature or 11. WISTAU, M. D. B. B. French, esq , in a few remarks ap- None genuine, unless signed I. Butts propriatc to the occasion,' to which they on the wrapper. severally replied with much feeling and! For sale by Dr. A. H. Macnair, Agent eloquence. The brethren were then in-j for Tarboro', and by dealers in medicines trodurcd to them individually', and the rroncrally. Grand Lodse was closed. I he patronage of ihe Institution has continued to increase for each consecutive Session, since the Principal was called to its charge above eight year ago; and he hopes that, with his oW) energies unim paired, and with the aid of a very abe in Mructor m the 'Mathematical Department its march vU he onward. Mr. john0J was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he afterwards taught for some years, and then reKvcd to the United States.' He was Professor in St. MaTy's College, Wilmington, Delaware, from the Presi. dent of which, he has fiattermg teslimoni. als. I lis references in this Country are llev. P. Keilly, President of Stt Mary's College, Kev. J. Jones Smyth, PnnCi. pal of Pete rsbtirg Claswiral lostituie, ftev. Mr. McCaw, New Yoik, Francis Di nvond, Kfq., Philadelphia, and Hon Ed- h ward Lany, Princess Anne, Maryland. 11 is testimonials fiom hi native Counlry are ehundenlly satisfactory, all proving his uncommon ability as a Tcichor, and the most uncxreptlonahle moral character No Student above tire age of sixteen, will be retained for one day longer tfcan he shall rigidly adhere te the laws of the AcatJemv; and Parents and Guardians are assured, that the strictest attention is paid to the comfort and moral and intellectual welfaje of the smaller boys, 10 to M years of age. Boys from a distance arc, in ail cases, required to board at the Acade my, where their I eachers reside. TERMS, For the Session of five months, payablt invariably in advance: For Board including Washing, Fuel, Lights, attendance, fcc &c. $50 00 Tuition in the Ancient and Mod ern Language?, aul Mathematics, 15 00 In the higher English branches, 12 00 Do. Jower do do 10 00 Fuel at Academy, the only extra charge, 1 00 Boys are requested to have their names m trked in full on every article of clothing the front before leaving home. K. A. EZKLL, A. iVI. Principal. .Dec. 13. 1847. -senator; and yet, from the whole tenor of nis remark, a. -u, a. - .M ,, 0 vVerr lhcn WMred b lc the intention of the senator as before. He cmbcrs of the Grand Lo(lc certainly did disclaim an intention to the Columbian, where 35 many as could offending; and yet the disclaimer was ac- j ih, bo accomm0iIalea sat down to a eomptnied by a suggestion which weaken- ' tuou, C6,lation prepaPCd by Mr. ed its force, and served to produce some ; Kbc)ac vhcre loasting, speaking, song, little merriment, l am not aware nf the . . a. - sentiment, ana goou-iecungprevaiiuu. 1 circumstance that would make the allusion ; , . , ..0,1 ftn,t nn after the party broke up in the utmost harmony, having enjoyed the occasion to their hearts' content. We learn that a full account of the bril liant things said and done on this interest ing occasion' is to be furnished for the press. painful. Mr. BADGER. No, sir, the senator mistakes me. 1 did not say that I was aware of the circumstance which might make the allusion painful. I said that when I made the remark T did not think of the circumstance which might make the allusion painful. Mr. FOOTE. Very well, sin, I am entirely satisfied. MARRIED, In this county on Wednesday last, Mr. 77. LaFuyette Stat on to Miss Margaret Baits, daughter of B. Batts, Esq. Wilmington Market, Jan. 7. Bacon Sales at auction "to-day, of 10 We confess we feel no pride in record- hhds. Western Bacon at 6c. for Shoulders, ing the discomfiture of a iJorth Carolinian and 7c. for Sides. The stock on hand is 4& any encounter, and least of all In the about fair, and puotations "firm. "arena of high debate." We love our Coriu No receipts worthy ofremark. State and feel a just pride in the glory of Stock light "and price firm. 65c. to 70c. her great names; but when Geo. E. Bad- Lard. There have been some small ger, who is notorious throughout the arrivals of Lard, and quotations are a frac State, as an habitual sneerer at everything tion lowr than last week. Ill to 12c. parvenu, popular or plebeian, so Jar outA Naval Stores. The Turpentine Mr- grows his breeches as to lecture the A-1 ket has been quite steady since this day merican Senate on courtesy and proprieA week. Arrivals have been very light. ty of conductive feel a lively satisfac-J We quote for last sales: Soft $V 35; Hard tion in witnessing his overthrow. . I 81- 40. Some few sjleshave been effected We venture to predict that Mr. Badger! at Sc. advance upon the above prices, but does not again encounter the Senator from I they cannot be considered the market Mississippi. 1 value to-day. Tar. Last sales $1 60 a $1 66v r GLetters have been received fron t Fresh Pork Comes in freely. Loot Wm. Norfleet Esq., dated New Orleans, I sales at 5 50 a $G.-JoumaL State of North Carolina. . - . 1 . 5 ' F.DOECOMBE COtJNTr. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. Bfihert R. BraswelL Adm'r de bonis non of Kedmun Curldecd. , vs. The Heirjj at Law of the said Redmun Curl. .v : Pet it ion for Sale of int estates Heal Es tafe: in pay debts fled 151 h day of January, 1848. The plaintiff having made oath accor- d'mgto law;r -that ; Willis Curl and Kin cheo Curl, two of the defendants in tbt above se, are not inhabitants of this States Notice therefore, is hereby given to the said Willis and Kmchen, respect ively; that unless they appear at the next term of the Court of fleas -and Quarter Session to be held for said County at the Court House in Tarboro, on the fourth Monday of February1 next i and then and :here-plead, answer or demur to the plain tiff's petition, judgement pro confesso will be entered against them, and cause heaid ex parte so far as they are con cerned. JOHN NOR FLEET, CUrk. CiflT ID OF THAT GOITRE. Many persons labor under the mistak en idea that Goitre, (an enlargement on the throat , producing great deformity and often death, from pressure on the wind-pipe and large blood-vessels) is in rnra ble. This is a verv irreat mistake. Puis disease, as wll as Scrofula are eradicated from the system by that ple ant, yet powerful medicine, Jayne's Al terative. It is as certain to cure wnui properly used, as that the nun gives Iignt and heat. All is wanted is a fair trial of its virtues, and the tumor will beftn to diminish in size, and gradually become smaller and smaller until it entirely dis appears. A PH1YSICIANN OPINION OF DR. JaYNE'S KXPKCTOhANT. Lowell, Mass., Jan. 27th, 1S44. Dr. David Jayne-Dcar Sir: I have used your medicine, (so universal) known bv the name of Jyne s Expecto rant.) i" my practice for a number of years, and can most truly say, that I have LPn more successful in the use of that af ild, safe,' and thorough ExpectoranJ, ! of any which 1 have ever used. H been more a m than nf anv w J - . . . I IDI. ihe best for the following oov.ou. t.s. It doe not (.f give.. proper doses,) occasion diagreabe nawe does not weaken the loop and prostra e ,he system, like most other t-P in common use, nor does it abate the appe Ue of the patient like o.her nauseat.n medicines, which have been used by ih faculty. I" a word, it is nearly or qui (he thing which has been sought for bf many of the faculty for ages gone by I remain yours, Ste. LUTHBIt BRIO HAN, m. COJVJY&MJS Magical Pain Extractor. For sale by QEO. HOfMBD.