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1 it if H i il 'I .'i i 'ft i'j ,il v i ii Ti . r-- FOR PRESIDENT, LEWIS CASS, of Michigan TOft VICE PRESIDENT, WH.O. BUTLER, of Kentucky. FOR ELECTOR, SECOND DISTRICT, ASA BIfJGS, of Martin county. Election on' Thursday, 1st Nov. FOR GOVERNOR, 1AVJI S. REID OF ROCKINGHAM. TAUBOROUII: SATURDAY, J1TOE 24, 1848. The Treaty The Wilmington "Journal observes': Rev. Mr. McRae, (Chaplain in the ar my) passed 'through this place on Mon day morning, 'bearitrglo Washington the ratified treaty of peace with Mexico. Coiigres$ The -Senate having taken off the injunc tion of secret from its members,' ihe fol lowing isannounced as the official state ment of the vote on the ratification of ihe treaty-df. peace "Willi 'Mexico:' Yeas Messrs. "Ashley, 'Aihcrton, Brrg by, Bell, Bradbury, Bright, Butler, Cal houn, Cameron, Cass, Clarke, Crittenden,) Davis of Massachusetts, Davis of Missis- j produced by cold, and irritated by speak -sippi, Dayton, Dickinson, Dix, Downs,! ing in public, so that throughout Saturday Felch, Foote, tJreene, Hale, Hjnnegan, night, "Sunday, Monday, till Tuesday, the Hunter, 'Johnson of M a ?y land, -Johnson of symptoms of the disease seemed to in Louisiana, Johnson of Georgia, Mangum, crease, vn'd (he suffering was intense, with Mason, Miller, Moor, Niles, Rusk, Sevier, ! out the least appetite for food. The couah Sturgeon, Turncy, Underwood, and Yu lee 38. -iVtfys Messrs. 'Allen, 'Atchison, ger, Baldwin, Bentwn, Berrien, -Breese, (tor win, -Douglas, Lewis, JSpruanCe, tlp-ftO Iwm, Webster, and VV estcott--14. ; The H ouse of Representatives, having passed the Naval Appropriation bill, have . now the Fortification bill under Consider- 'From the Un ion. We learn that yesterday the President of the United States nominated to the Senate the Hon. Isaac Tonv of Cnnn. ticut. kite Governcrr of 'lhat State, t0 be Attorney General of the United States, in w,m cmP:rative ease, e jccM gratelul which marked his character. Iligh-toned place of the Hon. Nathan Clifford, re- 1,10 rec afforded, and recommend a , and honorable in his sentiments and 'bear signed. - trial of it by all who arc suffering as wc ings among liis fellow men zealons ad "We learn also that the PresiBerit at fhe suuerct have deemed it due to the active in the discharge of all hrs duties same time nominated tne lion. Arthur P. Uagby,now Senator Of the United States from. Alabamato be-CitVoy extraordinary and minister pleniptftentiary of ;the Uni ted States to Russiaj in phce of the Hon. ftalph I. vlngersoll, recalled at !his own TeOuest. - - Calvin M. -Ingersoll of Connecticut, has' also been nominated to be secretary of le gation to the Russian mission. From ihe Raleigh Standard. Supreme Courti -The following gen-! tlemen have been admitted by the Su- preme Court to practice law in the Coun- ty Courts of this State: A. P. Yancey, Hertford Coanty; Geo.V. Strong Samp- son; .William F. Carter, M'ocfcsvffle; George W. Brooks, Stokes; William Mc- Neil!, Robeson Guion Scott, Ncwbern; Edward H. Hicks. XDxfordi Jatrrtrs S. A- mis, Granville; Elias C. Hlnes, Raleigh. I of y our Expectorant was sent to my -house, cepfted. He Yvas ever zeateus and promi And the following have been licensed j At first I thought it was nothing but ; nent for thc promotion of political friends, to practice in the Superior Court: John A.' quackery, but seeing it was s.o "highly tfe- but always rejecting the proiTcrcd honors Warrock, Elizabeth City; Jostah Johnson, i commended hy Dr. Going, with whom 1 himself always ready to serve his coun Clinton; Edward CanttveN, Wilmington; was well acquainted, I was induced to try ! try but never claiming its rewards. His Williim Hill, Wilmington; Adam EmpieJ it, and in a few days it completely cnted political feelings were entirely in unison jr., wunnngton; Matt. W. Ransom, Warren; Sion H. Rogers, Raleigh; J. M. A. Urate e, Asheborough. Wilmington Market, June 15. Bacon the stock in store is considered large and prices remain without change hog round, 1 a 8; hams, 9 a 10 cts. Corn the stoek of Corn is about fair, ana sates m quantities to suit, at quota tions 45 a 50 cts. Lard North Carolina Lard sells at 8'a 9 cents, with a fair stock in storo ' Naval Stores Turpentine th mv.. has been somewhat steady during thfc week; prices in some instances, however. have ruled 5 cents lower for hard and vpI low, and 10c for vinnn. aalM QaTfer harf' . A l inV Oi for hd, nd jS3 30 for virgin which "We "quote. -The marketis nearly.ifj not quue ciear. ' Washington Market, June 21. Uacbn, 6 a 7 cents; Lard, 7 a 8; Corn 2 25 a 55 SO; Peas, 45 a 50 cents. - ! i Naval Stores turpentine, $2 25 a 2 50; scrape, 00 a 95; tar, 1' 30 a 1 40. The cause of Disease. Now when we arc afflicted with sickness, it ariseth from the natural powers of the body not having sufficient strength, in the natural course of the system, to expel those .matters or hu mors which have become useless, and whose detention must produce injury to the organism. - For instance the pores are closed from checked perspiration: in this case, what should have passed out of. the body by the pores of the skin are thrown back upon the blood, the blood thus clog ged in its circulation, remedies the evil by throwing the impurities which should have passed by the skin, upon the org ins of the stomach and bowels. This can be remedied by the use of , Sranthvtfi's Pills. Be kPctinF!.v -afraid of Counterfeit Pills. The Agent is the only person from whom BrandrctVs Pilrs should be purchased. For sale bv GEO. 110 WARD. Dr. Wis'ars Balsam of tVildVherryf in the Old Dominion. We extract an article from the New E - ra, published at Portsmouth, Virginia, and edited by A. F.Cunningham, Esq. lie speaks of himself, and here is the extract Dec. 24, IS4G.) We have been, for some days, suffering from severe inflammation of the lungs, was dr1" ancl hard, causing the most acuie pains in the'' head and back. Wc had fairly given up oil hone of relief, when we -thought df ihrs "Babam, and we sent round ourfricnd Heinteh, the agent, for a hot- ' tie. Wc took the first dose according to the directions, and almost ins'tantlv felt a glow of healthy w.iruth through the sys- tern this was two o'clock at five, wc poon after detected a perceptible relief in 'the frequency of the spasms and violent :Pin had 'before attended fhorn. At three in the morning we took another dose '""d fhe phlegm, though lough, ycl- 'o and ropy, was ejected from the lungs '"w ,XJ - rs"" ...jr ,iu ui. uic nam m, in Our case. None genuine, unless srgned J. Burrs on the wrapper. Fcr sale 'byDr. . 11. Macitair, gent Tor Tarboro', and bydealcrsinmedieir.es Kcncral,y Asthma cured by Payne's Expectorant, Lamb3rtviilcs N.U. April 27, 18 14. Dr. Jayne Dear Sir Ely the -blessing rof jod, your Expectorant 4ias effected a curein me of a most distrcssing'Compltiint. circuit Gaston, Stanly Ho-gg, Mordecai, In December last, I was-seized with great Daniel and Burgess. To have succeeded severity by a paroxysm of Asthma; ndis- in hrs profession, in a 'competition with ease with which I had 'been afflicted for such distinguished individuals, speaks a many years,past. It was attended with a high eulogy on his 'talent and abilities, lioarseness and soreness of thc lungs and He was for a long. time the County So throat, together with a 'laborious cough, licitor -of Edgecombe, the duties of which , and complete prostration of strength, and ivote faithfully nd ably performed; and worn, out with -suffocation, when a bottle.'tis the only office he ever sought or ac- me, nor have I ever had av return of the disease since. 3 hav now formed sohighjand enjoying in an eminent degree their an opinion of 3Toar medicine, that if I had but a few bottles of it, and could obtain no more, I would not part with them for ten dollars each. Yours, most respectfully, John Seger, Pastor of the Baptist church at Lam bertville, N.J. No excuse for a Bald head. From the Somerville, N. J. Whig. Sometime iince I called upon Mr. P. Mason, of Somerville, for Dr. Jayne's eel ebrated Hair Tonicjrjto restore my hair, which vvag then -ialDg out daily. . I pro cured one bo ttle, -and applied irs contents 'l,Ail to the directions. .When, the t bottle was exhausted, I discovered to my great surprise and satisfaction, that the youn i' hair was starting handsomely; I therefore purchased anotherapd so on till I had used three bottles, and now, as a compensation, my hair is as thick as ever. And what is more surprising, my bald ness was not occasioned by sickness, in which case there is a greater hope of res toration but was hereditary. - Jas. O. Rodqers, Methodist Minister, Mount Horeb, Somerset Co. N: J. Prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, Phil adelphia, and sold on agency by GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro Nov. -0. County Cancliclates- Election n Thursday 3rd Jl t g. (fcfWe nrc authorized to announce WYATT MO YE as, a candidate to repre scht the county of Edgecombe in the next Legislature in th: Senate ff7"Ve aiv . authorised to SMnounce Wm. F. Dancv as a candidate for re-elec lion to the House of Commons of the Jen cral Assembly of this State, at the en suing flection. f7VVe are authorised to annoonee Wm. I). Petwav ns a candidate for re- 1 election as Sheriff of this county, at the 'ensuinc election ftyWc are authorised to announce James F. Jenkins as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of this county, at the en- sufcuc election. "DIED, In ihrs'placc'on Monday last, Francis L. Dancy Esq , in the 73rd year age. For many years he had been of Ids pros- t rated with paralysis. II is confinement and loirg suffering were borne with that firmness and resignation so characteristic of the man. And while it tnlbtcd the prepared them for the shock they have just sustained in the death oT a fellow citi zen, who has -so !oii filled the f.i-st place among them. His success .in life fhe best -commentary on the strong features uslK,J"u 1113 j nesscs nu.rrg tjuener leu man seen-oi ; - tfrn nncl unrjr n-rtf nr vnnso nf itisfifp. p. ' acting ttswn rights but -cheerfully rend-l criugthe dees of others-of an ordent impulsive temperament, reading some times to indiscretion, whoso heaviest 4n fiielicirs fell upon himself. It. J . l . .... TT uc -graBM-e(i ai our universiiy in vsol, in a claiw with Bennehan, Ami-s, Branch, 3. D. Hawkins, King, Lyile and Wm. II. Mtnfrcc. lie studied Law and upon coming to the Bar, he met in his with the people among whom he lived, j confidence for ability and patriotism, yet never yielding to the proffered allure ments of office; preferring to do right with out seeking its applause. Such virtue and self-denial is worthy of the best days of our Republic. Com. In Jacksonville, Florida, recently, in the 61st year of her age, Mrs. Martha Ifcarn, the wife of Micheal Hearn and daughter of Edward Hall dee'd, alfformerly of this town. "" ' Mrs. H earn was of a quiet and retired disposition, almost secluding herself in her devotion to her domestic duties; but the kindness of her heart and amenity of her ways attracted around her the love of friends, whowill sympathise deeply With her afflicted family aUhb sudden bereavement. She emigrated from this place to piorida,' about 5 years ago, arid many an affectionate adieu and heavy sigh .wafted her to her new and distant home. They have pro ved the "last ' farewell of many a fond rjplE subscriber expects to commence the second session of his School at his own school house, near his residence, on-Town CreekEdgecombe, on Wednes day the 5 Julynext Board can be had low, in good families, and near the school house. He will board. He hopes by due attention to the literarv and moral inter ests of his pupils, to give satisfaction, and to merit-patronage. Besides the common branches of English education, he will in. struct 'yong Ladies or Gentlemen, if ne cessary, in the Latin and Greek languages MARK BENNETT ; 21 June, 14S. . 20 3 tate :f rth su clina- Charles Harrison, vs. Jos'un Blick, Andrew Blick, Armstronj: Bliek, Francis Emmins ami wife Mary', and Frederick King and wife Clary all residing in the State of Virginia. Petition for partition of real estate Ir Edgecornl Coiirt of Picas and Quarter Sessions May term. 1S43. fjpHE above named defendants, and each of them, arc hereby notified that unless they appear at the next term of said Court, to be held at the Court House in Tarboro', on the fourth Monday of August next, and then and there pleat answer, or demur to the petition of plait. tiff, judgment pro coufvsso will be en tered against them, and the cause heart tx parte. By Order of said Court, at May Term, A. D. 184S. JNG, NO&FLEET, Clerk. State of ftorlli Carolina Ichabod Moore, vs. Benjamin C. D. Eason, Original Attachment In Edgecombe County Court Joshua Speight, Benjamin C. D Eason, Oiiginal Attachment -In Edgecombe . County Court. Bolh cases returned to May Term, 18-18 I of said Court, with the following return f of Sheriff: "Executed by summoning Wyatt Moye and It. S Adams as Garnishees- May 1st, IS 13." IIE defendant, Benjamin C D. Ea- son, 13 hereby notified, that both the aooVe caes were returned at Mav Term, A. D. of Edgecombo Court of Pleas and r ...... n. :1ro .nox. nf - 1 . L ,heId al thc Court nou5e in Tarboro on the fourth Monday of August ncj1 and then and there replevy an-d ijil-ead to issue, judgment by default final will be entered against him, and the d-ebts dvi-e from the i Garnishees as confessed by them, con demned to satisfy the plaintiff's recovery. By Order of said Court at M y Term, A. D. 1848. JNO. NOR FLEET, Clerk. Slate of North Carolina. R. & H. Iklclrer, Vs. Binjamin C. D. Eason. Original Allachmnt In Edgecombe County Court Returned to Mav Term. 1K4S. with IW t G :r. ,m. within attachment Was this day execu ted by levying on a certain tract of land, formerly John Thigpen's, adjoin ing the lands of William Y. Moore, Burrell or Allen Gay, and Levi Har rell 240 acres, be the same more or less May 1st, IS 18. , V . rJpHE defendant, Benjamin C. D. Eason, is hereby notified, that the above At tachment was duly returned nt May term. 1M4S, ot iL,dgecomhe Court of Pleas and . . .. -r-m -m - k - Quarter Sess.ons, ahd that unless he be and appear before the Justices, of said Court al the next term thereof, to be held! at the Court House in Tarborough on the! Ntic& fourth Monday of August next, and then j fin HE Firm of Beeman $ Belcher, at antl there replevy and plead to issue, judg-- 11 pnisboro' 'Pitt County, 1. Ca. was ment by default final will be entered dissolved on thc 10th inst by mutual con against htm; and the property levied on sent Those indebted to the said Firm condemned to be sold to satisfy the plain- will please come forward and make a set tiff's recovery. tlement, -and creditors are requested to y uraer oi saia court, at Jiay term, A. D. 1848. JNO. NOBFJ.EE T, Cierk. State of orth CarolhTT . iaisy iio nana, : i iK vs. Jno. Holland, Epenelus Holland h t StalUngs and' Martha Ann hClrs'at law, and devisees of the u, , 1 ,vid Holland-the two fust bti 1 a" residents. un8 uon. Petition for Dower In Edgccom r of. Pleas and Quarter Scs, Term, 1843. rJP HE defendants, John and E Holland, arc hereby nourlet ?r lively that unless they appear nciua csptc- term of said Court, to be hdj at t ne House in Tat boro,J on the Umh , .Urt next of August next, and then and Ulerc , f answer, or demur to the petition of i tiff, judgment pro co,,fmo ui.j 1Q ed against then,, and- the cause heaH feconeerned. By Order of said- Court--l,v T Slat:: of Xovth C 7o7?7 Lunsford R. Cherry, vs. Wesley Manning. Original AUachrnent-In Edgecombe County Court. Returned to May term, 1848, of Ed comnc County Court, with the foil ,ing return of Sheriff: "Executed by levvinir on Hm rwllti.;. ow. J o - - '""""'"n iJil)pcny one waggon and harness, negro man Sam and said Manning's undivided interest in aoo acres ot land, adjoining th lands of Reddin Pittman, IlarrisoiiPiit. man and others the isth day of Ami A. D. 1848.,, ' ""JpHE defendant, Wesley Manning, i9 . hereby notified, that the aboveAt lachmcnt was duly returned at May term 1848, of Edgecombe Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, and that unless he be nd appear before the Justices of said' ' ourt, at the next term thereof, to fce hdd i A the Couct House in Tarboro', on the ourth Monday of August next, and then .Hid there replevy and plead to issue, judg ment by default final will be entered K;dnst him, and the property levied on .ondemned Jo be sold to satisfy the plain .If 's recovery. By Order of said Court, at May term, A. U. 1848.. JNO, NOR FLEE T. Clerk, Masonic Notice. Concord Lodrc, IVo. Will solemnize the funeral of Brother Daniel Parish, at thc residence of . Mr. Albert Staton, On thc fourth Sunday in this month. The fraternity are Invited to attend. K.THIGPENiSecly. June 7, S4g. ' ' S'M VordiwortEi Academy. rJpHIS School, the next session of which Will commence on the fourth Mon day in June, is situated 15 miles South east of Warren tt?n, .'on the road leading from that place to Halifax, in a Very plea sant and healthy section of country. The j community is flhslingiiished for mofaVit), and young men would be but" little expo sed to temptation to vice The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of live months each. There will be a public Ex amination at the close of each term. The expenses per session of five months are follows: i Board, including every thim?. S35 00 ruition, 1st class English, 8 00 u 2nd " " 10 00 3rd u including Mathe matics, Natural Philoso phy, Rhetoric, &c. 15 00 Languages, , 15 00 Declamation and composition will receive particular attention. No 'deduction of j charges except in cases of protracted ill ness. The school is in charge of JNIr. J, B Soloman, a young man of excellent ; m , r ow, .. . Warren Co., N. C. June 10, 18-18. 23 pre3ent their claims foVdlustment. LEmJ&BLQHBR. 30th May 1848.