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SALISBURY, N. G.'SRlAY, APRIJjT 3;
NEW SERIES, ""
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NUMBER fro; OF VOLUME II. .
rO he On OUlh't'
This ioail AvillialU atfor I an n'h-r 11 n
ih4 Vninjpmls anf n
:he spat; ol'ovemrnf ht of
lo ih. Almut tph oVIock that i night, la consid-
j eralili nuqilNT uf peisns. amaii whom we j
Mil 'lvillv Whi kS Tupffhiy, the ltfh arc infirmd, were some of our most rpsppcla
telln thi io!!wi mplanrln.lr -story : j 1!p fitizons still .tailoring imdr the ititpose
Our foiiinntniy was.iin bitinnlay l;i!ii,ihrovii . pjfritempiit which th'-s occurrpheps o the day
into a ft-'i'f ' llie.,in'jit iiHiitfoi I'Xt'iWMMpiii, ly vm nrodiiRpr. procpl.. to trip iuil, and aainfU
lli stuJJrt it kind violent (J:ii!i i.f otn ol" its iut$t .-Hip iprn"oustranrps, and in dpiialicp of tin rl4"
wn.ilhy iinN8t(eiiii J ihomi I s. Of th rin-uin- I'tanpp of tin Jailor. poip.scd themsf Ives of iln
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.-. -.. ii iiii H3I-..1I,' u'MI ni IM. illHI , w uni -J lltl.KlMI illMI lllf I""U VI Vli mill o i
. .1' 1 1.1. .I.t... .1.- . .. i . Ti. ! ..t it .i.J! 11.11: . o . - .i .1 : ' 1 i . I
-ii 111 nn h';i-i-3 wnii'ii iniiow
moment as if t 5 notice the effect he had 1 m to accept such a nomfnation Tj that rwiarst I it
prbtfiiced.1 Th'ii leiinin forward in an 1 ?rned PromP nJ fecidej. native ; on two oic
earnest manner, he exclaimed in a mea
ed to olrCi ;oa cfclni vuy U .
him. 1 prciurntf wcr deliwtt J i
.What .'iKe fetter' of :Mr. F.:::
know not, hut I va infornifd fy J
lhat he ifWed in his letter, that I '
tending 'Anson Ciurt, and .was :
! npl.l, and tHat he'agnia advised ti it ;
collision of interest. ; ;
Ou my nturn innoft fnmi An5
Cmnd a-lctler fnm the Editor i f t':.
-1 ''dated the SlitfMirch;. lle.nckn
I reception of my tw'n letter.-, l.;t ? v. !
lut my Jlter of arcpjrfanci', wlJu'i !
mut have received, for both Liters r
it. He stated th;U the members cf
inittee about "Ralpyh had written t
inemliers of th Commitlec in ditT. r":
f Peter, Peter, pumplvin ca:er,
,IIad a wife and couldn't keep her,
He put her, in n pumpkin Sshe II,
And ihere he kepi her ve:y weil."
Xurn'nK to 'he clergyman, he bowi1
Sions Suhopminl Ilka unnm nf thm rnmmitlM wll trnAtr !
! I direjl that my name might not be! connected in any I 1,10 State, reqnestipg among other l'..'
manner with the distinguished office of Governor: but i 'hey would eipre' a preference Lc! .
j uciy.' '-e pnvaieif ana pawiciy called on and now or- u. Shenard ani; Diyseil, ana iriat
ffrit.V" Solicited (w thi r,nmm:llii innnlnifj K , f ! .1 t' J i J . 1- .
; la :e Convention fo artforlhe pnrjtyMo become the stnn
i d;ird-benrer of our nohte princij'leis, I irannol longer heai
tatp. I accept, iherc fore, the nomination so cordially
and politely tendered j and ?h 11 i U9e ! every exertion to
. 5 I
en it w o e. in the diseh:n-g. , our jdain
duly in It r iiidiit-dir d a iml!ic presto present
a Uriel tiaiji autre. -j ..... '
Kohi4-t porti'rlield, whose u'timelv death a
ho'e I otjinrinity is niiw dejVhitHjjg. having'
:tinpdjhhtit E Z. C. Jndon hadta1ed that hp
tne fieri h;i I had i i innual ititerCoiirsP wilh hi
in.- Mi:ir ofniHie. wun tne ayowen itiietmm t verV OO tfe V. tint e him iroo.1 mormn?nni detent the policy and Measures of the 'Federal Dartr.
of hanging hiro. Thi. however.' was-not donei ; left' the. church before the congregation l 'nn,Tly unnecessary at tins time to mention my
JV r-pp. it is said, with wl.ieh v u;s at: ..,(J ,im . rprnvpr from .yt. of State or National interestas they may be fa-
. ..i ... t ; i r t 'i . . 1 tit. ' . : . li.ilt!Iime IO recover liom Uieir ainaZil- m.Uiar to every section of the Commonwealth. With
''?7 7 tV "'"I, oroKP;. stvc ; , inm Cin. Atlas. s t , zeal, activity, and energy, we can and will be triumph
, V ...... -j ......... , . , nni. anQ nerf
IS luiw se
will be t Vvoli ontes coming tigel her town h ' .
.,' .ir !. -J i "!. -Ii !. i i'.- Ai . 1
me wtw; tme iiringyie roturuin
ton andilllinnbufg I
gin. and from thencr
the C h altnnoogn. t b t
ii and' Alabama, a
fo Monfgoriie r j. ."i Ii e
hrogres!. nid j)enrly
nfpfed. 1 The other r
'Ceofguti hy he cent
In Macon. Ueorgiji.
C'enrgian s.-aro n boi 1 1
'"' n. i' t ."- I I rt '
from Girard, npposit
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pimetyTinil from Al 61
heg11.11 to i.esutn its sway, atidijudson wa tl.
nallye.arried laek to the jail nod deliverpd into
1ip hands of 1 he keeper hy the same party win
11 I f rr
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counties f aronnd VMeitoiiipUM. ennraettg held 1 vile nought an mteiview withithe fatter! had taken him out. Hi situation, we uiideri
Cooa. J'nliadegn, ChairtHois. :ihvf o'her WedjoWstlay fast in preseiu e .l" sliMTi-al in- stand is somewhat prerarions, rendered so hv
rich foiinfli'H in )AIiil)am;i. being the- gjnjd. cli vn-!i: r fo oie of wtfm u was said Judson top Ionises hp leeeived. and posjiildy from Hme
jnti mmerat regions i umi thp coittintia- milTr' vu " " 1 ":u ,,,uiv,i
fiort 111 liCOrgUl WH alsO tttavers flic- gold ,l' u '? prpseuee, 11 s-ieli liat.-mept
.ml mihernl reirioiis cif lb:it Shite At ,,s n 'ade to hiiri t.y Judson, promptly an
. 1 il f . i 1 i 1 fswere.l tin the nflii m.itive. ! .IniUmi irufiM..ttt'
oiin.tu 11 :toui, 1- rieruezu. n:aeui'r no
.tl 'frt m W
t 1 ni
r-PrV rU?r i-,,uT,i M ,nt-IV."f,f,, f ,wh;;s" ,,ft,.c: r! 'Va:! kidns to the young men whom it was ! that rare schenie. in iheLegislatu
Vni V nr r Cl T r' f"1'" l.-t-rt....t,l,-i.l1.. l,r-U.-- his ffio to instruct. j - ! ! j 4 liy which the people were t(
K now n 1 7Jl 'lid .m". o "1,,,,!''',,r ' " 71 Whi, talking togeth, I lieveit of their pecuniary embarra
l-i now in Judsoti pad called upon him an 1 n.nrVssei that r a,i .u c.0, r- . , T ; . . 1 , .J
burg, w ill be iheiSoii
The . Vhig tiigf -s
.tweolt b i, work,
ihf gretij rtaite (jfjN
travel, and On vvjiicb
i 'I ' il i .1 -
to he brought, and lb
tplf ndhl jpaekes ca rjyjiiig
p;wv,ugttr f v r,rv I w
Vicksburg Id Npav (
4 bit i or, dan
it tatuuiga. and botic'
i:i Ivts dtiMil' din!W a pistol and wouu
i 1 FrOm tht Fayetterilie Observer.
ANOTHERIrICHMOXD IX THE
H : FIELD I
they were heard from, a." Can
lirooght forward. "p ' i ' .
These arp the facts of the. car.
ceedingly that any icolliiiou ! .1
about, for wo rerpijrc Our vli.;.
strength at the present crisi.
I owe it, there!', to thosL u::
been most active hi bringing t ;
as to my own character, not la v.
will canvass the SjUte if I do nut ;
In conclusion, it will be seen
cf Conrew ! remicratic paity.r.f the State, t!i2
permit me to congratulate the dfmocracy
npon the success of all! the leading measures of the Ad-
ministrntioil. Th ailmission of Trt intn nnr crlnri-
.... ii. .1., . ,i . . -.. . lnconciusion.il wi.i ie seen
ou Pinion, ana me a a asimem oi me i aua.upon equit-
fiiit nr;nn' Ji..n uv.- ..r r ! iemicratic oaiiy.M uie tale. 1212 .
cannot Iml to redound; to the honor ot the democratic me nan ips 01 UiMTVicracy al use Ij i
party. ;Un the currency, the! controversy concerning i who neithiT seek r desire ouice.
J(t:mes B. Sheiuml nominated for Govern-
ral, when internal injury onasioned by his Jail from- the t A-fivve carqeiy know wiien we have all others. I deem it qiite useless now to expanse, be
portico. I w 000 am ii uru. 1 ii'iu ti 1 1 in? anuouncp-
j ; j inept, m tne late ftianriard, that James 13.
Shepard;-of Raleigh. .had been nominated
by the Locofoco Central Committee,' as
ure-ron, anJ the qie.fon3 of Stale poncy. and indeed ' ,)IJf J...,, a humMe ill livkhnl. v "
nil others, I deem it q lite useleM now to exuathte. be- r .tl i. i . 1 . ... .
beeii mnro tn-iri-7il ilmn nl iitnunn..nnna. Iicause ihev will Se examined ni ltnoh in mi ilis.-nm- 1 .J..... 1 . "
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A PLEASANT SURPRISE. ; ;
A voung man. of eiirhteen or t went v. a
ions before the people
llic. Candidate, .for Governor ! Mr. SI
mn on iiie spot , tiaii he not iieen prevented from student in a university took a wa k one I nan is the same, vounp- o-e,itlem:in who
lltj.ll'r c.l iliv llii.wi wti.i ii'i.ni ii-nt : 4 tt IK,.' .i imili . ni...l..c.f...n ..il... : ..Ii.. i l ... ...1 : ' .. ' I
:; r J... . ' - r, ' i" --m- - . . "n wm, uuu w,i qiiiiuwim im ngureu 111 our columns occasionally.
.... t-'Yi'iiiii'n in i in- iif in w ir line iinprviiMV
With sentiments of !.i;h regard principVs, or whether ibeyare morf
in the hands of political wi rc w 1 1 i
Your ob't sen't, afaiut the citv tf Ualeiih. who now, -
JAMES B. SIIEPARD. I forp. reall v aeeni ininressed with the !
To Kimbrongh Jons and others j Oal,.i!,. i. Pari is the State, nr..! t
The Standard contains Mr. bepard's appointments , ervcilizen mtist bir totheir dictati. :..
forthirteencountie8iritheEastempartoftheState.be- i t ' . i . t
ginin5 at Franklin on khe 2Gih inst.aaJendinzat John- . rr nnS n ? ,m dictated to by
ston on1 the 11th of Mjiy. He is to be at Wiliuinaion irresponibl clique; and when I t
on the Dth May. , mean what I say, for the Convoti'.i
i having authorizpil ly resolution, tl
i ostscnnt.rcr the above was pre- ; fr anv sucli coniinnpncv. the exerc
er, and the niof-ssor was soekino- tn :lo:l ; bv horrnwitue ond n:vinr intnrnst pared, we received the following. to which ' riirht was noihin?! hut a naked a
called the students friend, such was his : and most particularly as the author of
it u re.-of 18
to be re
nt bar rass men ts
L:i: i ! i. .i . ... .. . "wmui .is M-PMtiir in jeai uv oorrowinir in navintr
r ' ! nail iiKiue. nip statPin-nt in :u -s'TTm to toe ii- ' ' ! o Iv i :n " ., . nhUcitminrr r,!..- fiv; ' ' :.i . ... -J.. . ti i '
rom Saynnnab.! individufil atH.ui Uibi- brought lb, ward as a wit. ' . .y v .'.uojecis.-ine.y oiaie n.u.soi creor. wmcn itiey were nei- "-; l1'" ' b t l ,u...ut -j rrriua.o... uu,-.
rail road b. thhat fiirthe p.irpose ol savin- his !it- haw ;i m (m noes lying in their pain, , tiler allowed Jp. pay; away nor any one i uiourseu to miow wny , truth, the Uuvcntion had nut i!
ll'OI ....is- I I iii iii. .ni; , I . . I ... i I . I i if-. i . - . . . lio rovnil t- r t ti irf ri.. r. r i ... .1 I ... .1 . -1 .
whieli m knew would hp taken by the p.-rt.. i &ujiosru 10 oeiong to a poor; eise to receive I ouen a nomination, un- " v '"'I i"M" i Rlu,i "-y were. iui mrnucurs t
lieldsu ifuhe lar-t were ir. i-..,i .',. hr.r, i ; man who was at work
tpn l.-d U 'tleii ever haviior said anv thioo-of by. and who hail near
the kind Ibith the Messrs. Poilertield b- ( anif
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bis, ill iiie lar-t were proven upoti him Iip in- 11 " w" l OSK tne nem ciosm- i uer anv circumstances. 01 a very young ;
i l.-d il tlptiv ever haviior said ahv thin" of hy. and who hail nearly' finished his dav" ! man! whom nobody bur a dozen or two 1 , MvI?
-- . ff 1 I Oil I
1 1 impor-
II is lo lw
'He kino id
All our woineih' over
O s;j i' Ou
i-ili ;t otm
?J,fl)peiirs in llitriNi'W Vork Sun.:
THi'iKi-i fijijcJUiiiXiiy in eo;i M't.joeico
of ihe ibreAf.' lii if itix nisioii hv he lla
tins to tho urmv li t vif
b whieli ill
1 1 1 ; 1 1 tin
Mrrei a n
eotitelvutislied that JikUoii had made the in- ! The voting student turned to the pro-
f.iiti us lttement -ehargpd upon him and, we (pssor. saying,
are inliujtrju'd, ujjion reliable atithorijy. that tht'ie j " Lei us play lhe man a trick, we will
cannot hjeja doubt of his having m:id it. i hide his shoes, and conceal .ourselves bn
N..twistandingtliishowev. r,theai:iirmight ' hind those' bushes, and Watch to s'e his
have behi dropped Iip re. hut fr ihej (art. that perplexity when he cannot find ihem. 1
oji FiidiiV;' Juilsoii and Mrs. Portcrfirtd were . VI r ,f...... r-I.wl " ...,......1 ,t e..A
hi .Ma i t hmyrn UM awtogc her for a ranstderaMe ! .. VVft m.,st tr mni nnL 1
liavi'iiur n,nr ul m grae yard in the vicinity of tourn ! ,u ... f tl n.'U., 5i.i-
1IM it "i - a ; J I j - x. a in - lllfl UUb UU til c ucil.
when IbiH in uui-JaiifP was revealed to her . - 1 V,. ' , '
.u,i;,rtuu4te iM.,d. he fell to the floor, as if i aml U ma" ,v yli a: much greal
a bald had ppofMra.ed his heart. iM was of a j V' l means of thjs poor man.:
si..u.da.lyjf,u,ial.eandco,ltidt.g(lisp.isition and 1 "fr ? ,( ol,;tr nm each" shoe, and then we
devo.edly itta. hed to his wit;- HtH.ad in ihe ! lM,t' nrsrl Vf ' . I!
I- pth of 'UU aitii- hm.-nt. and in the purity of his j The student did so. and, then placed.,
own putu hearil. hiihMto shut his eyes tocertain . himself with the professor behind the!
acs o iniproptMi'ty on thp part of his wife in i . bushes-close by, through which they could
, : '. . i V i ... ..! -I .1.1 . J
lou M eitou won juuou,-whieii came to hisi i-asuy waicn tne ladorer, and see what
ever wotidar or joy he might, .express.
The poor man had soon -.finished his
work, and came across the field to the
paib, where lie bad h-fi his coal, and shoes.
While lie pur on th,- coat, he slipped one
-loot into one ol his shoes, but feeling souhv
tbing -hard -he stooped down anil foundnhe
dollar. Astonishment and wonder yere
Seen upon his countenance ; he gazed at
sufficiently surprising under any circum-
staiiees; but that it should -be made af
ter; Mr. Leak was publicly in the field,
would seem to indicate that the Central
Committee, lia? lost its wits. In addi
t ion to lire ordinary considerations which
might have restrained the party fromcom-
Dam ago, Jan.
kiio.w'pdp andj he apparently ' refused to deduee
from Ihpibi-oiiejm ons w!ii. h" readily tb.uid tlieir
bis ! a lin v
I ( . 4 ! i
Cliu lieu H i
ntiieu ! under
prlsof'r jefvtsol ?t:e. tit t
'frto IliKlot leers and
. I . ... l. . ' ' ' .--- :
aly. wailingjof a slea
the abolition i!.s Or aiill
I JOJ ,1!S (1
i re tio be
I . a
o be ri'
e:tti of age.i
to back. Our!
way to ihe minds o oilier-. Uui 'when appris
ed of I he ifilei vtew at ijt jr,.s,4. yai I his aotiv
ot mind v;s heyi. nrl de-ciipfio . s-itl'rtd
more than a thopsstnd deaths. 1 1 is nerves were
le nubile wn"uy uastiunjj he bepame u k hi body as
I . ..II .. . :1 J. .1 r. . .
,wro a- ni muni ii seeni'Mi as it lie voiiin oe
b.iieii i if yeas. up and appiehi-n-ions were en!
ti'i lained sMst h might (to o:u-' at-J ff violeuee
i . s a .
March '20, 1816. I Hon oi Uie people. ana nam tiipy Li ;
DeahSir: Enclosed you have a letter which Mieaka ted, their power fas at an end. In :
f:...tr 11. l;.-ll 11 l : w , I I
of bis narfV Hbrhut l? ileio-b i.v..- PMm.;i ' pouocaity i nae no ciaiins up- i My, i u not mieml Irt Censure, 1
OI tllS pari) aliOUt K.tleigh eer dreamed , on your columns, bat cut off as I now am from success to I ,.,.,., H.orre lSo .V t'
of for that high Office, would have been the SianJard.- I throw myself upon your mn.m.mi- " T ' .
ffidientlv SUrnrisiniT under anv circum- i ty. well knowinS that To fully appreciate the .eatiroem ; mmpe i,orpsiUiyui oiiiiectt) ot l.'..
contained in the couplet, that t 1 ney arp nol in IQe Sllgliiest Oegrcc I
" yiien truth and j143t.ee an affront endures. . hie for what has lfeell brought about ; :.
The cause is mine, iuy friend, and should be yours." . my knowledge of ihe genllemen, alii.
I have addressed a crpy lo the" Jefiersonian," bui I 1 may tiave preferrtkl Mr,' Shepatd to t..
wisli.it to make its appearance, also in the Easi. j cannot but ihinki had they been pre i
1 Yours irly, I v F LEAK j he lUleigh " clirjie? were 'asnired :
I ! ' ' ' ingiu ttie field, llial noopposingclairn
milting so gross an indignity upon one of TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF N.J Iieen set up. l.ijthis 1 feel pattly v
its older leaders, we have reason to be- ; CAROLINA. 1 Inan idp tiigti-miiiUed and - honoiai .
lieve thnt the orders to cret un the meet- U 1 ' whieh Judge Slrfcnge pursued; fr
ivs it Anson Mec i l '! T'f Wel1 m l Pl,7 I having die left agency it, l,ri.::.- :
Vi "f."'1' f. !X nourg anu Lincoln, , Wl, , whom it has been my pi ide and boast to ! , , . ,,;h. 1 rn-r 1.,..,
emmuCed from ihe Central Committee, or have act,d through life, to nuke the following V''.." " U If. 0.
sometpbrtion of that body. And no soon- statement of fact's jLilyiug my present posb b' TT ZaZ
er bajl tlte meefings been held, the nomi- ! tion bef.re the Pu4, L Mg that Loon ! JiX"!
ikviijii mam;, iiuu ocepieu. i iiitti iiiKi'ii- a eaiiuiu review 01 tne wnoie grounu, 11 win lie Resliectfully you're '
tral Committeej lay Mr. Leak upon the seen by all unprejudiced mindsrthat whatever ' 1 1 i . J J '
Ine March 19. 184C.
om- ' i
it her 1 1
to mysell or friend
tral uommitiee lay Mr. L,eak upon the seen ty alt unprejuuicpu mindsrthat whate
shlland attennpt to force upon ihe par- f schism may be producpd in our party by
ty, clearly ag;nst its will, one of Mr. Lo- ; recent nomination of the Slate Central C
rin-g's boys?' fjuid not the wisest one ol j mit,tN cannot rightfully he attributable eit
them 5 either.)
mi n - I 9WT .
1 begin, then, by stating ifrocchtep IVatcr. w rt:
It ;1- t c .i, ,,,.i .K . ..c t.u i that early in l-elry. there was a meetinn held 1 Journal 01 iueoicmc tor .1
action. They 'must tl'Mix U out union"1 1 ,u county ot Anson, which ; my Inends ter witnessing several expenm
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Oe 1 1 vi
o n il
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-n nno-ien. in tihP la lindane 01 otie wlio was
wilh him ip his agonv. " he looked far worse
; Artrfi.'jdeitlli than he did afien'raris .'" "
In 'hi-i .f;ii!U'.j; of hody and mind he proposed
j to his In-other, John Porte rfieiil, on Saturday,
about half aiier three o'clock, to take a walk.
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ibAm..lv - U,lt mn ........ .1.... .... uiougni propei to present my name n ihe Sstate come lo the lollowmg conclu-
....... .s. v .j. uui iiw may Slum, iimiw .! -.11 . 1 ri.i . I T "
far a.i we can hear, the party in this sec- I at a ,,,liib!e VrVin tot le run as a I 1 hV ,hc M Broccbier ater" i a
tioh will irenerallv iro for Mr T..k V ctad!J.' -yvernor. a,d; at tho same lime ' of the - first" Wat er being id - !
ihe dollar, turned it round and looked a, shall he greatly derived, however, if the I ft , W , ..ot.ly me there- composilion anJ physical proprt::
gain and again ; then he looked around bnt.M donpt so utterly disgust many of tw! 2 " : th A'' ? Italy .
him on all sides; but he could see noone. tho party a to induce lhe.11 to follow the ! Lincoln and Catawha, n which my claims n"-VPan,: i W OS a slyptic ir. '
iuw tie put. ine money in nis pocKer, anu ; nent ot their own inclinations in voting were favorably tinned:' on the 24th of the same
sii 1 i rr -a 1 11 411 1 n: mi- -r - . . .
proceeded to put on the other shoe ; but j fori our present Governor, whom thev all ' month, a meetinir waslheld at Charloite. of the rlllcac WpiCiCOld watcr.-
how great was his astonishment when he ' admit to be worthy of the high honor. i citizens oCAIecklenlftirg and Union counties, r,,en ProvrU 'O'M'f- U Vr. 3;
in. IO ran
Bootv are lo seinl h
horfihie . designs upon
man ni l he i ratio tiV iHiiii
jlioujrh tiowj1 itd) oh! jijnd
Kii ill Voll tH Muk. leiobl
H hlnvU xvbVr II
i,inr masrers. 1 lie un
M misu(s4 with bis
wily daughter.' it beau
to Pi':r i. r lisfni'd 1 1 1 to 1
: K.!i(:ijlihbis wil
hadL also taken 1 Ik
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tpr t. . j 1 k.ii 1 j . - 1 . t
"',n vyiyt-. ;. 4vi iue rpivaiioiu
I'm, w lien ibe now rattfol mul;
t i v soeiPl les ul) pnur
V iut- bis ,,M,k l,!i,(,'.
hF,i,d,un a- wv vn'fr
i 1 iir..!il'ir'-:i
it worix- . -.
m -1 I "t I
e.s l o ed
e. w hom
wnhottt aqy. pxtM-ctation it is confidently heliev- found the other dollar ? II is feelings over ! Thvro nrobablv never was a mun in ihnt exnressinir a decided uef-rence
imI, of oipi'ting :with Jotlson. Uiifbmioately, i came him ; lie. fell upon his knees, looked j office Uvho w;isi so 'universally respected I au- "rging upon the Slate CpiiI'it
oroinarv cms ano wounos, it has 1
efficacy thiuf simple cold watt
been proved liyjDr. Davy, Dr.
mv favor ' "'hers: 3. and ihat if tho carotid
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al Committee ,M n UOir' Vr cp, De cii 1
however, Jbey met with Ju Isoii near the Sub 1 no to heaven ond n't t. red olood u l'.ir-..nt l,. U.; nMll.ln.J.f,.;,!.. ...! ..a o. : to annrise me thereof and ask mv acpentanee : hemorrhage can be 'controlled
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a. id (
r oai ;
i. .3 ir . r . 1 . ... .,
o-oiieiiiini t in 10 siiooi. Alter the
l:i.'tl and ho II .i.ert Porte rlie'ld
As to the manner in which" the nomi
nation was made, the Raleigh Register
tinvi , m.-i-, it. . i - ..
thanksgiving, in which he spokef of his for the station is so readily admitted bv , :'a ot xvhlch wcre P"'l'hed in the Jeffersonian, presses wet witn cold water.
I ana oi wtnen 1 was immediately apjirised iv r, ' ; :
j letters. In this state of a Uitirs, I visited Law- ! 'Effects of Uie f Spirit A-Prit.t
i ieiu-pvi!le, .Montg'ry to.', al which placp I met ,ere n few days since, and rcr
f I'lonlj li'kfin tit tiliiiiiiiiirp ntml -It,k at- m-k a a av ' a vv v
S..,4S.5 1 - .-j......r .v., ...... nimseii ueal anu punib. Ileal
f ; 1 . . Jv urired unon me lo come out as a ca-iduate : .... n e r .. !
"Wejshall see whether Mr. Leake and hi, friends are 1 1 .... or.t, ,1 r i.,I.V I. I.. L ; .i or,,, iuu,r, at urecnswro
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S'irilKt li..n i i-u ,.-. ..l .. 2 1. ..,,., I. .... 1 ,.
l .- rt" ..!.,B " i..v...ii...i Mil iirui.iiriv
1 hi-....: shot, were im-d at Judso,,; ' wilV, ,ick an, helpless, and his children ! allj
l ino, ot- o.o-.vioir 1 w n.e. anu i it 1 .. 1 ...1 . i 1.
i' ihhii un .111, ii iumi 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 11 r 1 ihiuiii V
ioin some unknown hand would save
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in 'he fo,vl ead, JUM u,lrtP ,u. .igh. eye, of ' V ! V"". : , - . .
xvhiel. iwolinll die latter diet. ahout'U oelock i . 1 .VO"" man S'()(1 tnproi deeply, al
tit i' nighlj iThr news that Jodson had' killed ! ,Vc:,,T, ,;ars fl!"d his eyes... ;
P.uteraeht.4011 Spread like wild, lire, "The nob. "-Now.", said the professor, "are you inot
lie mind, wijnd up to a piteh of deep and mad- : touch better pleased than if you had plaV
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'Jin lo eixtiile civil coltbiiolion. ;ihe bloo-
j.. u : 1 - - 1 . 1 ' .- i .
') i wrrot w is the iii st
dagger inllo Ihe. bosn
ueiieu exesteuieiit, was In a eoiiflltion to lie
thrown ilV iis ba'atiee. Mere was in young
11,10 iirth(.p hue of nianhood (he was! not thir-:
ly years i j" age) die (lutifd an j aiiertiouate son',
ul ilhe.i 1 tende:-, conlidmg and
1 lit il
111,1 :,,! exe;,ij);ai anu highly
j estppuied ifi ill the relations' of.life ;irst strick-
en to the Heart by his wife's dishonor, as was
lioi-s 'first ' believi'd, aihdjtheu shot through the head ly the
author ol the destroyer ot his hapjuues '
large kupwd soon -o!ec-U'd ii, and around
. I VI a It
0 round ! of a wd..ied
Hog: ()i.,s ij d - Voted h'tj-hJl
ed our intended trick.
"0 tb-a rest Sir," answered the you lb,
' you have taught me a lesson that I shall
never forget. 1 lei-1 no w I he i rid b of words
which I never before understood, it is
received -a miioritv of one VQte in Commitiee ov.-r Mr
dreu. Ills exam.il
neighbor! atiti the
'nek; 'l'hi hi was :jppl;iu(lel
U'..t-. - ' : i-1. i r ' . i
vie rot. Iiectun
Ndetiiial, chair. IL
tit!. ,i. . .'. . .
me letmatr eiu tin
10 plunge lite :a
ni oil his wife. and
Wilis iuHowvd by
tiles .'in I mul.i!-
1)4 V irgiuius of
aslcended to the
JO EDlTOItS OF N
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Proiirietors. oi' t
'frtise'i1 iis d;MfVus t
is 1 ,
"4Mcliatof ihe Coin
lis vowed ilia 1
the Coiirl-hoiisej where Jodson, who had heen
I immediately ip;jrehf tided, was hrough;! helbtel
an exaininhij Ootirb Tin Cotnt wa in the
aet of prppiitjng an! order for his comimitment
'to jail, vyben jj. Port-i field frantic at hfs broth,
ier's'ileiitli an(!l iniiuiips. ma le liis appeaiance in
the eon, t riHitn, ahd the cry Ino-t f.iih from the
" make wa- for Johii Porlerliejd 'et him kill
Judson." Pbe Sheriff', Lanier, who was in the
Clerk's hnjj., iwhjere; also yas JudsonJ sprang
better to give thnn to receive.'
7 ill . , : rt-i-fiveu -a ui iiu
v e supuur ne er approach Ihe po(,r but: Leakie. a,t thnt this rouM not have be. n effected, had
wilh Ihe, wish lo do Ibem good. ,, not
following is the correspondence
Standard. It must noi
. ' ii TM following is
iddcn Prcucher.-A story published in the St.
s, we do not recollect to have;- j)H ,0 ,il;t al
An I t r-v Cr t r tvi . V n f.fl
, .i.f .j,' ' 1 a 1 , . v.niiu-5v, (is ii:v.rom i k io.1 .
to thm that I would do so,,auq 1 would an- , ,is ai 1 i . .
. . .. c, , . , - ... . a situation in the Alabama IJar;t. :
nouuee it to the tstate at larg", in a letter to 11. i-i 1 1 .. ..
the Wn Com,nittee' accepting ti-irnom- ! worked Mea.bly until last
ina.ion. ! ' , wh?n h menced a spree ;
On the next day, ihe 28th, I yommunicated the effects of the-crittur
to the lion. Kobi." Strange ihe fact of my hav- hammal wer so powerful t!,
ing come-out, and then Cr th.Oirst lime learn- the animal Balaam rode he
erfihat he had received a letter from Doctor longue was loosed, his Cars unseal
Watson, one of ihe Central Committee, asking he now cursrs kx iluenlly as an
him to repair to Raleigh on the 4:h of Match itnpotrT.' He calls himself S. S. V
4, oihis County, been appoiiitad in his stead." I 1' unhng mysell thus ayvk ivardly placpd, ( ! fjQ Puss bimk TOUnd. Mftrw.l .
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asKea 01 Juuge oiraugo ,i tuuirs 11 ieoer id jnl JtC
Ur. watson, uuorming nun 01 my postuon, mat
to bf wljipped into 4he sanks, by the managers about
KaieigliJ who think ;that: they are the pirty, and can
put ap, or put down,, whomsoever they please. With
the exception of a nomination, by some 20 or 30 per
sons in Wake County, we venture to say that Mr. She
pnrd fiHS never been thought of for this elation, by the
hnrd-fisted Democracy of any County in the S:ate.
Indeed, jhe lea.-r from the Central Committee lo Mr.
statt-si that his nomination was mnde by a majority
only jot that body. We do not vouch for the truth of the
sratcineiit, but it is current in the streets, that Mr. S.
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seen in print, though mere is no cloum ot, are jsigned 10 tbe first letter
its truth : ll is too goou to oe lost. I hei
those whose names .
1 had come out in good fujtb, and thai I would
I in no event be driven from the step taken, un-
own signatures. A numherot them, (and
principal actor is now living: and holds a. the imost respectable.) uere not in Ual
high r ink in the church to which he be-1 eigli, and probably would not have con
longs, notwithstanding the vagaries of his, currrdjin the nomination if they had been,
youth. One Sunday morning, as the con-jt h wliillbe observed bow instantly Mr. She-
grega'tion of P. church, in Charleston, hadii nntvl :iVepnted fhe nomination. Thi. in- 1 ino- all the aid in their nower. ' lie further sta- beauty of the owner, and then rn
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.nearly -ail assemoieu lor wqrsnjp, anu men fereiice we raw is. that be had been in- ! ted that there was much diversity ot opinion as 10 ins nps anu rjacoiaieu -
An old Bncltrhr disappointed. .'.
ny story is told ofan old bachelor.
der the aflvisement ol my inends Ihe day prp- , , , , , . ,
vious. Judge Strange on that day, ihe 2.h, ".V c". n pericel J
inarmed UrTWatsoiMhereof and advised that, co,d U'r ded ' Pn iLis I
forasmuch as the step had been taken, that Ihe.e ,,,l,,'s- bile Vilk.nS a ong th'
should be no collision, but suggested the pro. picked up a thimble. He Mov:
rrriety bf the State "Central Committee" lend- talmg awhile, thinking of the pt?
. . - - .w.. . 1 . . - -n . . . . i . r a I I 1 . . 1. -. .'..S.. .. ik.i . . . m I t i'- f 1 i nwr on tl'u l-u fit I -i I fthikb l I fi a All'nn f '
bnt er like vears 'forward and he Porterlield, who had jumped ""iiy p..o. ,w u.. , vu,u,ur,i i tngtjinjr lor it, find mar vnen receiveo. e .m....mt .. . r. ...
, over he rallii g behind'the ban about midway1 'he services, a fine looking young man.; be lelHihat no time was to be lost in put- on themselves ihe right of iiom.nalion, and ex- as he had fmihe,l. a big negro n
I'betiveen the Vailing and the box, seized, and dressed in a lull suit of sables, walked Up j ,ini?H top fo Mr. Leak's progress. The ! pr ssly stated that he thought thaljlhe exerc-.se looked out of an apper window at.
; with the ai) f imk Of his assistants, held him the aile, passed the doors that were Metier of the Commitiee is dated ihe 17th. I ft,wor. was aMcast ycry qiiestmnahle ; Looi Acc, puss, you-dottn 1!
'AVrfPAMvRS- fu- some nWmnis-iPorterlipld 'struggling vio. ! thrown open for him, entered the pulpit, ; ihp Standard comes out the next day ; 'h,ch !e,l" he rer '"X Re;J 1 please to froic dal fimUevb mine tn
ihohile D.tilv !'-n.ly.o,eia.fu,nf,Vom,hHrgras to ihe. minister; ir rT.i;!"1' r
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who overpoNv. red the bher.tr, and, drawing a ; sir,' then turning to the congrejgtit.i-on. rats- ?' lellin Khat mischief Mr. Leak may do in a jefler,th, Editor of the &Uaiinl." This t
tevolving pst.l. eonlinenced filing at Judson, (l(J his hands and said, Let us pray.' The ithat. Week. So bn the same day he writes l4f.P Ijih the nm. -written U'JiilJire Straiiffe From die Temperance Advocate.,
(lispoing an tn-
(-(.y oiile-lbm lb
i his wh
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mostt iioet-a arrange
hi small;. ca
prejtired lo de
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i!-Vill1,e mAde.T-tAlnk '
n i C. LANGDlpN. lfiopr etor.
rAdvelliser Oifiee )
."labile P..V, OP. I T I it
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tibetent un" ""fiio'd? n) a ruu out 01 ine nou-o, rorter-
L)en trt- fi'l'l ful'oU i' jin cloije piusui. and firing at him,
i. as often as oecasioti wouM permit, down the
ail one. steps, acrosl from the Court-house to the City
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a ai oil j anu 1 imp 1, anu up pne sieps 01 uie MiHnnsij hi uie , . . , r . .
' r 1 1 -- . ... i 1 . . 1 nniimniT u'i h ft prvent and imnres
llotpl. Oie r two oeut emen pudpavorpd lo i "-r --o - . . . . 1 .
i : Df.a Sir
Commktee of North
Raleigh, March 17, 184G.
At a meeting of the Democratic State
parolina, held this day, you were
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pastor was astonished at the onceremohi- ilhis alec pta rice
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OUS procruuii , it im: juung iiio.11 i3 o.ii
entire stranger to liim; but as he bore ev
ident marks of being a clergyman, and
f locraticjl()ujiican candidate tor Governor -at ihe ensu
. ing.eleijuan. , ;
I ! Peratit lis. Sir, to aid the hope that you will accept
; . m. t 1.1. . ' .L: .L;t.i;Mi tar l.rr.ii nail is iiniL-r tiip most enmnr-
wereJ compelled to retire, and proceed. 1 he prayer enoeo tne s rangor. . crnric causend in ,h,
MominaieJ by a majorjiy of the Committee as the Dem-
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. ..:. ... il. . Li.:.bw .. .t,.Mi..oit i.nt P..ii.i- sive prayerr cioineu in uie ii ui; -i,i 1
rr- . ii. ir..! . h M '1 . 1 i.J; 1 Inirii?4ir lirv thonht nn Would let him
ii Li 11 11 f 1 niii: ii if'niu ikiiituii eti CMKt'iv 111 riur. va 1 .- - o - ? i
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sun. inai inrji
was mailed in Cheraw, S. VI. oti the 1st of
March.! In my letier-to. W. W. llo'.den, who
was one of ihe Cmmiitee, It jnfitmed him of
what had laken place. a"hd aiiliorispd and re.
quested him torn ike knwnto'siichif die Com
mittee as might meet on the 4jh,tny posi:ion,
and expressly statpd, that coming out as I did,
and at the lime I did. that I w.Ud gi vc pin e lo
no nomination the Committee nrght makp.
Judson, m Imps Ot etleclmg hi escape, jump- jAvent on uiiut o.im,, p... o , 'V-j n.fbanded belief that perseverance anJ vigorous ex- n home fimn Lawrencpville. I wrote
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ii im 1 ii v swioor rnoiseii oil. mm an.11 ne was iirnrcui ui ihiiim . . ji 11c ar.i -n frtmn 11 tie ureseni cumesi, muai uc ouwuru wuu me . , . . ., it -
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led or moie mm
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Ihe portico ht ihe thud story, and fellj lo the ; vice being ended, he preached a most eH nappies rrui
ground, stunned by the fall. iNot less than j oquent and moving discourse Iropi the text;
right or len fehhts vve re ; 'fired at him all, it is ' 4 1 Iwas a stranger and ye took me in.' He
ro said, by PortjerKeld tbui not one ;of which took ; painted in 'glowing language the duty bf
;e be- .rfl'iM-t. He knocked down with a rock b? ; christian! esneciallv towards strangers.
ecideyriVt; , T n 49 I)?ibocrats ween the Gmti-housv and the Ibdel. and only j jo ,hat ang,ds fiad been entertained
. T' I I ! m w m j v m ,m vii j
'ly stiipphsb towlifds leach other.
V I B
bis Exc llency
on their side
Rut i above all lie tried to
portly .., fiht th,rd .ry to t gna mu. wiucn . 5 upon 1ii hearers the duty of chris
he effected Nyuhout breaking or dislocuig a , 1 TU,fli- n fli.'
I- l l 'I'l. ' Ii I I . .1 1 C . .., ' I all Uiioil" .. iiisii.,'":V'!v'i -- ".j
bmb ! i heneeSie was eonvevd hy the othcers j . - , r i' k.i.. Lae An
iu jad withoi, fJriher moiestaTion or interenc4, ff ' th h. f iwk$r$
Otihe part oriny oe. i ! j ip'oe to know 0!$
I Here we toJL sinperely wish we could end gef was. hen-ho-bti
kir painful tiari-ative. But it is aot permitted j course he looked Movyly arouiIhirn lora
Kiuihrouh Jones, Josiah O. Watson,
;AV. N. Edwards, ferrin Busbee,
"Gabriel l!iitnea, Ixuis D. Wilson,
Robert Strangle, John W. Ellis,
Calvin Graves, Thomas Bragg, Jr.
Rbbt. P. Dick. William W. Holden.
W. WT. Avery,
; . ' f Dem. State Committee.
1 ! Mr. Shepard 's Reply.
H R AtXIGH, N. C-. I
taesdar, March 17ib, 1846. ' '
Gtxriziix: Year letter hiforniing me of my nomi
nation a $e democratic candidate for Goverooc of N.
Carolina, has beea receiwd. In January last, when in
Newbero, J received letter ftocni a friend, reqaeeuDij
t ' I ! I m St
mv letter of acceptance t 1 the Anson Commit-'
lee, and enclosed it directly lo the "Sl indard"'
for publication. This letter was mailed on ihe
2d of March, at Cheraw. S. C.1 and must have
reachpd Raleigh on the 21 at night ; and on
the 5th of March I again addressed bim a let
ter. fearing a miscarraige. j
On the 9 of March I visited Anson Supe-
. ... 1 a ft . i !. a i
nor Court. whn and wnere l ag1"' 1
known that I was a candidate. :
-rn Titp ncinru j
v . 11. MuniI'll.
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O ! will you now abstain T ?
I iwrely jcannot tell, ?
Bat toon iay write t?a!a,
Dear aodl, improve it well.
O ' thini dn what I've sU.
lo writing so to yoa ; '
And strike Intemperance deeJ
AnJ thisjgood cioe pun-ue.
That all would active be.!
Intemperance lay aside ; c
What nobla men we'd ace.
Fur they would all act rijtt.
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Jlay grace pttend os all, j
. In this gieat work cf love.
That none f as nay h'.l ; 1
S help vp, Cod, above.
A man who loves bis family will si
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Judge Strange two of the Cental omm.ttee, one or more wivspapfrs and a man v
at my requeft again addressed leder to the Ure. to tram np luiciWreo in the, vo.;
Editor ofihe Standard. Theettfr were baud-. bould go, will pay U lit paper. , ,
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