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..tttdiUV APRIL 1. IS48. . , Democratic Convention, The delegates io the Convention Raleigh, will bear in mind that Wedn at ines- day, the 12th inst, is the um -j.puu. for holding the Convention, followmg are the delegates appointed for this coun- yTii RrUrrers II. T. Clark, L. C. Pender, tt. R. Bridgets, ii. ss Dulluck, Jno.S Dancy, Vm. S. Uauie, JC Theo. Thomas, David Williams, VVra. J.. Arm lron. Jas II Armstrodg, Jacob S Barnes, Jona- thtn Roundtree. L '"er' J D VVoodar J J Taylor, Wm G Sharpe, W M Siaifton, Wyatt Move, Wm Tunncll, Wm Barnes, White Oak RT Eagles, David Webb, EUsha Harrell, Vvihe Rolin Barron, J A Vines, S h Hart R D Wimberley, F II Knight, Moses Baker, W m II Mines, Jo D Jenkins, David Cobb, James K Thicrpcn, J H Daniel, Jesse Harrell, Barman "Ward, Henry Ulierry, win wreny, -mnrp. B Baits. S B Staton, Wm S Baker, Pat lick McDowell, H 43 Bryan, L R Cherry, Wilie 'Bradley, Joiah Cutchins, David Barlow, James S Battle, T L Maner, Uhas Harrison. Bynum, Theo Atkinson, Bennett P Pitt, McGiI brey Jones, JJichard , Savage, .Keddin S Petway, Joshua Barnes and L L Dane. j3"Thc following note was received sometime since, but misplaced. New Berne j March 10, MS. Mr. Howard. Dear Sir: We wish thro' the medium of your paper ta tender our thanks to the citizens of Tarboro' and the surrounding country, for the warm -reception they gave the Gov. Graham. The loss of the steamboat Wayne by fire, and having a large number of hands and flats on hand, and having contracts for bringing down freight, we arc under the necessity though with great reluctance to take the Gov. Graham from Tar river and put it on the Neuse. With the assurance that wc will put an other beat on that river as soon as it can be built, we remain with high esteem your obt. servts. DIBBLE & J3R0T1IEK. soon after the opening of the present: sess ion of Congress, f; ','--. The J': district which he represented. Is politically a close nonej but has, usually been ' represented i by : ! a Democrat, i ; Mr. Holley was a Whig. N. Y. Journal of Com. Mission ., to Mexico. In. consequence of the continued illness of Mr. Sevier, Nathan Clifford, (U. S. Attorney General,) was on Saturday last nominated to the Senate as Associate Commissioner, and confirmed by that body. On the same eve ning, accompanied by Mr. Walsh, Secre tary of Legation, he set out for Mexico. The Union says: "Arrangements have been made to carry but The Commissioner at once from New Orleans io Vera Cruz, and thence to the Capital; and similar' ones for conveying Col Sevier,' who hopes to leave Washington on Tuesday or Wednes day.' Trom Mexico. 15y the arrival of the U. S. T3rig Mary Jane, Capt. ilusscy, from Tampico, the 8th instant, (says the TsTew Orleans Picay une,) wc have received papers from the City of Mexico, to the 23d of February. A courier reached Vera Cruz just be fore the New Orleans sajled, wlio left the Capital on the SGlh of February. The on ly glimpse of news derived from him was to the effect that an armistice for two months had been assented to by Gen. But ler, and that it would be formally signcp on the 27th. the membets-bf tlie Orleans1 iamily wiH trie shores Which' ' arc kiibwn to1 lie! Innocent in helr ir misguided Ministers to . our , own qualities. Such -remedies as Antimony, .res. or toother olaces of exilethe iin- Mercury, Zinc, and having recourse to mediate recognition of the new'-uepuuiic of 1 France fev Great Britain, : Belgium, Consrrcss. Switzerland, and the United States have all fallen in such rapid succession, that the events of fan;. hour's;, age , doth hiss the speaker;" each teeming with some mighty occurrences affecting the" destinies of whole nations and dynasties. 1 : - Previous to tho outbreaks it appears that a movement had been made in Francc in favor of extending the right of suffrage to a greater body of electors. The Gov ernment opposed this measure. For the purpose of rousing the people to a sense of their rights, and to expedite this electoral movement, banquets were gotten up, against which the ministry set themselves directly in opposition, fearing some en counter from the people of Paris. This very resistance produced the catastrophe which the ministers 1 wished to prevent. Under the electoral law of France of 1831, only 200,000 possess the right of suffrage, out of a national population of 35,000,000. Paris, Feb. 29th. Mr. Rush, Ambas sador of the United States, accompanied by Mr. Martin and Maj. Pineson, also wait ed on the members of the Provisional Government, to whom he delivered a flat tering address. The following details of this interview are taken from the Nation el of to-day. At 2 o'clock, the Representative Min ister of the United Stales went to the Ho tel dc Ville, in formal recognition of the 'Provisional 'Government, to whom he de livered a flattering address. It was appro Bleeding in disease, are now; it is hoped going out of fashion, arid Vegetable reme dies will be soon the popular medicine. Then , . .Brandrelh's Pills. Will be used and appreciated. They are known to act beneficially on every part of the body; being taken up by the chyle they pass into the blood, which they purify, and it should be remembered that they only remove those parts from the blood which were the cause of inflammation or disease of anv kind. Nothing is equal to ridding the vitiated humors with a vegetable medi 1 I I I ma. g cine oi mis laiiu, wnicn cigmy-iour years have proved never to do injury, but always good. . ' For sale by GEO. HOWARD. A Murderer Apprehended. Vfc un dcrstand that Brown, the free man of col-j priate in the representative cf the Amcri or, who recently committed murder in can Union, to be the first to welcome our Halifax county, in this State, and for whose , infant republic, for there is no bond more apprehension, Gov. Graham issued his j powerful between nations than community Proclamation in our paper, was taken at j-of entinvent. The step taken by the Min Petersburg, and is now in confinement,' istcr of the United States has made exist- awaiting trial on the charge. Ihilcigh tng circumstances of serious importance Register. Interesting Statement Prom the Em f pire State. 1 Schuylerville, New York, April 2B, 1S47. Mr. S. W. Fowle Dear Sir: A desire to benefit the afflicted has induced me to make the following -statement of facts. My son, now seventeen years of age, has been afflicted, during his whole life, with a constant cough and pain in the chest, ac companied with night sweats and hectic fever, which produced great emaciation and debility. During this time he was at tended by many physicians of the highest repute, whose prescriptions .gave but tem porary relief. All our neighbors who saw him regarded -him as one who Avasrapidlv approaching an early and premature grave, I was prevailed pon by a friend to try fVititar'-e JSakam of JVi 'Id Cherry, MM Head Quarters, 21s RcgU, X. C 7 ' Tarboro'. Marb o,u ,' (' . , j Kestiment are hoU, "ist 7u i """lied f0 of the 0, tend at the usiml -- --- I s,ul'nutn To ro on the 22nd ' (4th Saturday) of in summer uniform, for Officer ( pn'' Regimental Court Martial n. ' ' , ' anJ order 'HENRY T.CUiRK ' Col' ' RoVt R.Bridgers, lyXl f once. npiIE subscriber h Bunn, dee'd, is anxi avinar qualified , , . . 11 w Joe n " " elite lhe tate as soon as possible. Hn u - vites all creditors of the estate to their claims for payment, and all deb'to"! are. requested to discharge their debts. " JNO. J. BUXN,Exr yash county, N, C. Feb. lGth, lsis " Cotton Y( am. rjpiiE subscriber has just received a quantity of Cotton Yarn, different numbers, which he will sell very low Fgv cash or barter Feb. 4. . Geo. Howard. Most distressing Accident. On Sun day, the 19th instant, in Gates county;- . Although fully accepted, it has touched actually all the members of the Provision al Government; and after an interview, in whirth kvovo fvfhnnTpil ho nnh!rst sonli- North Carolina, Francis 'Madric, a vounn' mcnt, tlicv in a body accompanied this;" man of amiable disposition and fine, prom-' representative of a great nation to the isc, was driving a young lady to a neigh-j threshold of the Hotel de Ville as proof of hor's house; his horse ran off with great the cordial affection which must ever exist List of Letters. He commenced its us and t!if rfir.ct "firrf-' . . . . . . . r ; " remaining in the rest Oilice at Tarboro', the 1st iie -gave mm asionisning reiici, ana .aiicr using four bottles, -his desease was over come, and he was restored to sound and permanent health. WJU. PETITT. None-genuine, -unless signed I.Butts on the wrapper. For sale by Dr. Jl. H. Macnair, Agent ! for Tarboro', and by dealers in medicines Bradley Littleberry Merser Wm F Bradley Wm Mabry Chas 2 Bell Noah Morgan Weils B oi Apm, loio, wmcnu noi laten out before the 1st of July next, will be sent to the General Post Office as dead letters Albertson E Killebrew G J Anderson G W 2 King Henry Britt Braswell Knight W.Ann Miss !BIount Levi Lodge Wm violence, and we lament to say, that he was between the American and F rench KejMib- ln the Senate, on the 22d March, a bill ithrown from the vehicle and killed. The lies. from the House providing for a loan of sixteen millions of dollars, was taken up, and some alight amendments adoptpil. In the House, Mr. Harralson from the com mittee on Military Affairs, reported a joint resolution, which was passed. It is of in terest to discharged volunteers, and is as follows: Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, That, all cases of applica tion for bounty land warrants, under the act approved Feb. 11, 1S47, the honorable JVorms are swept away from the Sto mach and Bowels by Jay die's Tonic Jrcr mifttge9as by the besom of destruction. They .perish under its searching influence instantly, and are expelled with the mucus lady was seriously injured, but our infor- l is said that the revolution :has spread a . i 1 ??? !- :f!V ! t . 1. . all . . ' in i? it Ii IlinTr n trk 1 m liml.lnrl 'I'li nn - manisiaies mic iBinieiy lorccovcr. r ran- inrouirr.oui r ranee. u ine uenarimcnis ,w ..mi. uivjr.ii,iiiuuu. w.j a cis was the eldest son of Joseph Madric, have joined the Republic. Louis Philippe ,in almost all cases permanent, and .if a re- Esq., a most estimable citizen of Pcrqui- and the Royal family, with Guizot have cunence ol the disorder should take place, nions, N. Carolina. Norfolk Argus. 43 row n Ellen Miss Man Atly Bonnstein H 2 Marshbern Sam Bonnstein & Oden- Neal Chas E 2 heimer J3 Cobb Sarah Mrs . Cromwell Elisha Cherry L. IV Cobb LS Abandonment. A new born male in- Downing James arrived in England. a icw doses ol the preparation will never Never has any intelligence from the old .fail to produce the desired object-for the country so electrified our citizens, says effect does not weaken with repetitian. lain Avas iounu in uic ouisKiris oi tnetown, u"5aui i ui u ouu, us um uuws ui uuiu i - 1 Foxhall Susan A on Saturday morning last, wrapped in by tnc ,ast steamer. The enthusiasm :ocr-ui any euiupianu wnere a muu ionic j coarse cloth. No clue to the author of among all classes is immense. Two large or alterative may be desired, will Jind in j this unnatural and criminal abnulonment meetings have been held, one in the dyne's Tonic Vermifuge a most valuable iq ncnrt!iinii!. Ills nn act which knars HKfSpcar OtCl, the Other in M. 3olin'i3 csiiuu. vw - - - - Nettles Mourning Nolley Bithana Piiillips NelJy Miss FinTUps M M 2 Parker Jos J R Parker O HS discharge of the applicant, showing that! its own comment. IFilmington Com- llal! aml now t is proposed to get up, on the same was predicated on a Surgeon's certificate of disability, shall.be considered as satisfactory evidence to the Commission er of Pensions that the disability was in curred in the course of the service. , (jtTThe following account of the fist fight which recently occurred in the House -of Representatives, -we find in a Washing ton letter to the Petersburg Republican: A fist fight' occurred to-day on the floor " of the House at about half past 2 o'clock, between Messrs. Haralson of Georgia, and Jones of Tennessee. The vote had just been taken by yeas and nays on the question of adjourning to Monday ncxU The two gentlemen were sitting together talking upon different matters wlien Mr. Jones said to Haralson, you vote one way when the names are to be recorded, and another when they are not. Haralson mercial. j the arrival of the next eteamer, a general illumination y which every body and IjyFiftecn thousand dollars were stolen every body's wife may participate. from the vault of the Exchange bank of Petersburg some time between 1st of Jan. and 16th of Feb. last, but the robbery not IVilmington Market, March 24. Bacon There have been some few ar- discovered until within a few days back, rivals of -Bacon since our last report, and notwilhstading the remedies prescribed by A reward ot &2500 is ottered .tor the re- the market annears to be a little better a resnectable Phvsician. we o-hvp nn th JStill more proof. Darlington, Deal er Co., Pa.. Feb. 13, 1S39. Dr. D. Jayne. Dear Sir. My little n, when about two months old, was seiz ed with a bftwel complaint. It continued for two weeks without intermission, and covery of the money. from the country. stocked. Prices continue without change. 7 a 9 cts. Pork at Cincituiati. -During the -past! Corn The cargo of 2,000 bushels mew- winter 412,161 hogs were killed in Cjn- tioned in our last has been disposed of at cinnati, and 74,860 brought there, dressed,1 60 cents, and 1600 bushels have been re ceived since, from the North Counties, and sold afloat at 57 cents. Lard There is a fair stock ofNordi Carolina Lard on the market. Quotations remain firm as'formerly reported 7 a 8 c. Naval Stores Turpentine lias gone down still lower since this day week, not withstanding the very light Teceipts. On Friday and Saturday our former quotations were mainlined, 'but on Monday a decline of 10 ecjats per barrel was experienced. The sales of the week foot up only about Duggan John S Duggan Mary Mrs Ruffin Wm Dupree Mary Miss Ruffin Juda "Sessoms A P Shurley Henry Staton Baker Speight J F Rev Foxhall David D Garrett John J Garrett Jos J Dr Gay Eli Grimes Thomas ilart R D Hyatt Jesse B Taylor M L Miss Teate Rhoda Mrs Thigpen Wm Tyler Thomas Tobin Jos H Hughes Wm H Dr Thomas Jesse Hyman Wm R Vick Exum W The steamer Caledonia has arrived at Boston, with Liverpool dates to the 12lh -ultimo. The intelligence by the Caledonia may said "if you mean me, it is a falsehood," be thus summed up: Republicanism is when Jones retorted, "you lie;" where- established in France her independence upon Haralson rose and struck Mr. Jones acknowledged by England, Belgium,-S wit in the face with hi3 fist. Jones returned zerland and Austria, and other surround- the blow with hisfist, and some half a doz- ing nations. Louis Philippe and other j10 barrels, at the following rates2 en blows passed between them, they in Royalists are in -England. All Europe is the mean time overturning one or two tremendously agitated, and the people are desks, when they were separated by seve- leaning towards Republicanism. No more ral members rushing to the place, and pul- fighting in France soldiery favored the ling them apart. The Speaker called upon people. Italy turning towards a Repub the scrgeant-at-arms and soon restored lican form of government. Riots, in Lon order don, Liverpool and Belgium. This is the most important news that has ever come Another Member of Congress Dead. from Europe. Money depressed. Bread We regret to state that the Hon. John M.. stuffs unchanged, nothing of CoUon. .Holley, member of Congress from Seneca From the European Times, March 12. .and Wayne counties, in this State, died at The Revolution in France is now at ti Rth " ' t riUa' on lhe evening of ait accompli. The abdication of Louis the Stn inst., probably frotn the rupture of Philippe the appointment and rejection a blood-vessel . H . r . J 4, 4 . G ai ine dinner ta- of a Regency the complete triumph of uic un tuuv uuy. as usual tt;0 , lL r ' , i au . widow and the Parisians over the Army the estab a u , . . lne 10 forthe lishment ofa ProvisionaUGoyernment- , M H T. ' lheeaSed the erection of a Republic-the oVerlhrou ; w qLk r ' ul V::V,: V,.Qaerstand 01 the House of Peers and titles of distinc- r- to health, tion-the precipitate, abject flight of al 25, $2 15, $2 20, for soft, and 1 25, a $1 5 for Hard, up to last evening? most of he latter having been taken at our lowest igure. We can "hear of but one sale to-day, 550 bbls. included in the sales of the week, which was effected at an advance of 5 a 10 cents per barrel on 3Testerday's prices, for soft. We quote soft turpentine at $2 15 a 32 25, and hard at $1 15 per barrel. Washington Market, March 29. Bacon, 7 a 8 cents; Lard, 8 a 10: Corn, $2 002 25; Peas, 45 a 50 cents.. Naval Stores turpentine, $1 SO a 1 S5; scrape,! 00 a 1 05; tar, 1 00a 1 05. Popular Remedies. The. most Zonu lar remedies of the present day are those which cleanse and purify the blood, and -ehild aTiclim, as we surmosed. to a fatal ii disease. But I providentially heard of 'iJtiyne's Cartniiialivef ars an effectual cure for bowel complaint, and immediately despatched a messenger to a town seven teen miles off for a bottle. ' By the use of this medicine, in less th an thirty -six hours the disease was checked, and by its constant use for a few days, the child was restored to perfect health. Shortly after this, there occurred a similar case in one et the fami lies of my congregations. I prescribed "Jayne's Carminative," and the. result was a speedy xure. ine same child, owing to exposure, wlien recently coming up lhe Ohio, was attacltea by that horrible malady the Croup. Wc landed in the night at Beav er Point, and when our fears were alarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral cough was the forerunner of dath, we gave him a tea- spoonful of your Expectorant, and annli- ed some liniment to the throat and breast; and before many minutes the hoarseness was gone, the child breathed free! v and slept sweetly. Owing to these circum stances it cannot be wondered at whv I have so high an opinion oT your medicines, and why I advise every family to keep them on hand, ready for any emergency. . uespeettully yours, ARTHUR B. BRADFORD, Pastor of the Presbyterian. Church, Darlington Pa. Prepared only by Dr. D. Jafne, Phil adelphia and sold on agency by Oio. HOWARD. TarboTo5, Nov. ?, Johnson James Jones A M Miss Jenkins Jos D Jordan Gray WTinchell G W Whitehead Aug Williams Giay Wralker L H 74 JAS. M. REDMOND, P. M. TUB PA TEXT MEDICATED INDIA RUBBER Porous Piaster TOR RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, COUT, &C. IT N all cases where it is uhought advisa--ble to keep up permanent sUmulant impression on or near the organ diseased, these plasters will he ound highly valua, ble. In fact, 11 the benefit that can accrue from a continuous counter-irritant will be produced in the most efficient manner by them. As in Rheumatism, Gout, Enlargement of the Joints, Chronic Disease of the Liver, Spleen, Lungs, or other internal organs, in short, in all other cases where warming, or. sirengthening plasters are beneficial, these will be found to be superior to any now in use. For sale by . GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro', Sept. 14. New and Beautiful - Fall and Winter rs. a i?t umiyinn, JprS just received her 5 Full supply of Goods, which as usual comprises general assortment of the most neat, use ful and ornamental articles, in the All of which will be sold on her usual liberal and accommodating terms! -arbqro', Oct. 94, 1547. . Printing neatly e&eciited, AT THI OFFICEr . '