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' stable letter friW the j Patriot Sage o
A&hland to a gentleman in Ndw York
I Si'l . uih. Which he dwells, with a just pride, upon
umn we puDjisn
m the Patriot Sage of
the beneficial reiults ofthat greft system
OT national polidy, of which, In conjunc
tion with Mr. Calhoun and the amented
wndes, Iifj wai one of the founders, and
;THE CAROLINA WATCHMAN.;
r"" 't ' Salisbury, C4' it
nFRIITAY.EVENING, JU L Y 10, lW6.r.
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sistille affection tor hf farmers ahJjT
djwa-shall manage to weave int6 Uieii4W
speeches the folldwin
- " ! x- If you love 89 we
Your votes for u the
William A. : Graham,
OF ORANGE COUNTY.
beautiful iinesi :
ore I g
work will do.
toAvhich, while 6
fallen off, h has
if4 a century, givi
.il- Atliprs have wavered and
w -r - t f
for more than a quarter
a, century; given a nr n, coiuuicni: auu -
fficient sUDDort. This etter will doubt-
ess provoke somn harsh criticism and per
ians subiect Mr. Clay to ungenerous and
injust imputatiohs. It will be Ba d, doubt
less.1 that he is again preparing to take the
:,, field as' n candidate tor the presidency,
C and that this5 letter is intended to, keep his:
; name fresh in the memory ot tne-peopie
ihd thus his assailants will hojie, to; im
pair its effect, assailing the motive of
he Vriter. iut the letter itself tvill show
Hat it was naturally elicited by the occa
sion, and we presume jvvithoutany design
d its publication. We : have no idea, in
leed, that Mr, Clay wilt ever! aain per
mit his name to je brought before the A
inerlcajr. people as a I candidate fori the
Presidencv r and while we I would as
cheerfully as ever give hirri iur humble
lUppbrtjif he shjould consent to occupy
Hat position, we unhesitatingly, at j the
tame time, exprriss the hope, fhut, uriless
here should be i great and scarcely to be
anticipated change in public feeling, he
will: never' again abandon the retirement
o which the voi:c of his country by -a
if jnost unfair expression of it, however v
.' Juas consigneu niin. i no rresaaency; can
ud nothing to his fame, which will be as
nduring as the nnnalsi of his coimtri, on
very page of which, for nearly! half a cen-
tury, it is so conspicuously and gloridusly
fjrnblazoned. His name is alrea ly histor
ic like that of Washington. W ly should
he desire ; a position or why.isjiould his
Jxiends desire it for him which " cannot
dda 'cubic to his stature," and the ; loss
f 'which cannot detract from thk colossal
grandeur of his character ? j
One remark in Mr. Qlays letter is enti
cd 1 to the scriojs consideration of,; the
cjbuntry. It is this-that evert pjrediction
rr We ire authorised to announce Hezeklal
Turner, as a candidate for sheriffat the ensuing Au
03" We kre authorised to announce J01';
Graham, as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing
August election. -
r. Git A
Gov. GRAHAM will address o
lzens at ipe piaces anu umo -
At Reid's Store, Iredell, Wednesday, July lo.
The Charlotte Jeifer soman,
paper under the management ofJ:pv.;.
Hampton, well known in these parts, takes
a very bold stand against all thoe jwho.
have the independence to express their
views in opposition to the course pursued
by President Polk in relation to the Mex-
ican war. Tories and iratiors are iue.tr ij-
It is hard under
f. .THE FOUIril OF JULjYi it -
usbured In here by the filing of platoons
d martial rhustc at ihe dawn ofday by, the
'United , States VolunIeer& . under command of .
Capt? Richard VV Long. At ten o'clock, the -facie
company and the Salisbury Guards under
Ca U Weant, assembled and fired platoons and
marched to the Lutheran Church under Cohtl.
31. Bro wn, Marshall of the day, where ; a large
nu: riher of citizens had assembled to join irj that
part of th-'e'xercises. After prayer by $tie
Relr. Stephen5 Frontis, the Declaration of Inde
pendence; was read by Lieut. Robti W, Long.
JUtier the close of which and after firing" a pla
toon, A. H. Caldwell, Orator of the day,rose
and delivered an oration which did honor tools
head and heart in every particular": but espe-'
r - ,-( i . -
ciajly, was that part addressed to-thoser1 who
hare so gallantly come forward at the call' of
their country, beautiful and, eloquent. None
heard it who did not admire it. As soon as it
T " I if
was concluded, another platoon was fired, whea
W ilkesborough, Saturday,
Jefferson, Ashe, Monday,
Salem- Friday, . I
Germanton, Saturday, i
deserves - the con-
THE MEXICAN WAR
There is a great deal 'of talk now-a-days
about the justice of the war, we are now
waging against our weak neighbor, Mex
ico. The Democrats are strenuous in their
ithets applied to such.
many circumstances, to be thus branded :
but when it comes from such a source as
in this instance, it only
tempi it receives.
We see in the last " Farmers' Journal,
published in this Towri an article copied
from1 the Jeffersonian, I headed " Murder
will out;w We cannot supposed jCaptain
-Woodson approves the sentiments express
ed therein, though the circumstance of his
copying it has that appearance.. If he
does, we are sorry he has so little respect
for those friends of his around hirh, whose
patriotism, he must know, cannot be
doubted. We ask him to look around,
just hero at hpme count -five jj ten, fif
teen, twenty, and so on, until, if he j -will,
Till! TARIFF QUESTION.
THE CAD !;.
.The Nat. Inteiligencer of the 2d insl. says; Messes. Ecu; 3
TV . 7 , ! w &e celebratioi.
made during the past week, all debate upon
the Tariff bill (the bill r. reducing some, and
adding to other, Duties upon Imports upon ror
i t. ' tr.. r t
eiIu liuuuii ia tu erase in line uuuau ui ini"
the Committee is to proceed to vote upon a t trtic a"e':rrt
menorr.enis, arru unanj to voie in me nousc 5 parts of the Ccir.ty.
upon the hill and amendments. -
Tlie ftte of the bill in the Huuse is uncer
tain. We said, when the bill was first taken
up for debate,, that the majority on that que.
Was not by any means to be taken as a lest of
the final decision of the Houe on the subject.
Our readers may also remember that it has
been our opinion, from the first, that the exist,
ing duties would not be materially reduced at
this session ; and we have never believed that
the House of- Representatives would, at this
session at least, agree to lay the proposed high
duties on those necessaries of life, tea and cof.
fee. A peweteranco in schemes, of foreign
conquest may make an . absolute necessity for
such taxes, as well as for excise taxes on a num-
ing in love of countrj', home, and all its
endearments ? We think better things of
our Democratic friend; the conductor of
the Journal. We know he is not prepar
ed to apply these epithets as the': " Jeffer
support of the President, for, the course
which he saw fit to pursue m the matter. he may run up to upwards 0f a thousand
iney say ne am ngut, wuusi are inese au lories, irauors, etc., iacK:
patriotic! sensible and good men, declare
that he acted without law or authority ;
and they urge, if the President is to be
supported n such conduct, that, as a pre
cedent, it may De me uius, o..c ui sonian- has done. ne will not, we trust,
other, of upsetting the UDerties we now even have thej ingratitude to apply them
enjoy as a free people. j to Mr. -Adams, who has grown; gray in
The charge against the President, it oc- i the service of his countrylong before ei
curstous is plain and easily made man- ' Jher ol';us had" seen the light of day, or
r . mu n -r i r,u TT:)nj c. ( knew that our fathers Were ireemen.
ifest. The President of the United estates rp. ; . r u' ri.
, , . 4. here is one or two paragraphs of the
possesses no power, to declare war against articie alluded lo which we are Certain
a foreign Nation ; neither may he be guil- Captain Woodson cannot approve as a
a... 'r e j 4. a. . 1,. tvt ' 1 c 4lL lu:
iy 01 a course 01 couuuci lowarus any xn.- ; kuuu niusiianuu ui uic wniers &uujeci.
tion which must inevitably lead to war, j We copy them, to wit:! j
without! the sanction of Congress, In the
case before us he was guilty of this very
conduct! He ordered the American Army
rT.-i-j cv. t"7...w . -.ii ', i9 cu hi
4 0 , her. of articles of-domestic production, home
goodly number of the citizens of the town and , manufactures of , all kinds included. But the
coonty marched to the grove just below the opinion jof Congress upon this point, unless we
Church, and partook of a splendid barbecue din. ; greatly deceive ourselves, will be found to be,
nef prepared by the Messrs. Bencini. Afier lhaJ affiant for the day Is the evil thereof;
,1 , , j j c tu. , ard that it will he time enough at the next sea.
dinner, the table was cleared and the following . ,. . " , .,
: , 0 I sion, if the continued expenses of the war shall
toasts were aranK, viz : ! require it, to tax tea and coffee, and a' variety
j I KtuUULtAU J OASTO. ! 01 oiner articles mai are inaispensauie to the
1. The Fourth of July: The glorious anniversary of j UBe and comfort of every household in the land.
2. The memory of George Washington : He honored
L ...u- u l. i: rr- I i:
Our Country , May ahe alwava be richt. but rteht so far ll depends upon the House of Repre
of Cabarrus, it may 1
a passing noiice i 1 a
-Tlie oriiz3tU i
delayed from two t .
paraded for ihe fir i
(of the Regincc:.
Many beyond ihe . .
cea; and auch wa j t! .
that the people of. C
solved to honor th? ;.i
July wi $ fiid u; '. 'it-
Early in the r:- r:.
streets of the villa 1 1
ing with the gent i ;
. Iter beamy t; !
' 44 The sua ti.::-
, You Bee the jil-
might."! But tf i U :
hero of , the Reo!i.-.
i ' f
- : j " Sevr.
V Hi bril i-, f
MAnJ : :.:
He remains arnorj -t
1 For it while, k-jer!
niea engaged thi-.- .
But soon every eye v, - s
a uce of the " Ca'.rr-. -the
officers, who Vt-re
the neat and elej- .
form, their man!j. !
and determined ff-p. :
them out as the L
uy Jjiiturdav morning, we suppose, we shall j an(i admiration c 1'
be enabled to anounce the fate of the Tariff bill, azzaa, porticos, a:tl
The same paper of the 4th says : The bill
for the reduction of the Duties on the importa.
tion of Foreign Goods and Manufactures has
at the opponents jf the Protective System j to take a position in a country, (to say the
as been uniformly falsified by j-esulk least of it,) about which there was a dis-
ihey declared thkt the revenue would he
s much diminished as to lead to direct
taxation yet the revenue has always
been 'larger while the system wak adhered
t6 than when du ies have beeiv reduced
tothe f revenue standard." THey asser
ttd that! the prices of the articles upon
jhich the duties ivcrc limposed would be
nhanced to the c insumer and they have
Iwenjinyariably r nlucetl. Theyj affirmed
thaj it would ''des troy commerce,, while
the nnntmi Kepots of the Treasury De
partment show thn its influence 'upon'that
hranch of nationid industry has not been
llss benign than 1 pon all others . i
pute asto title, and which country was at
the time, and always had been, in the pos
session j of another Nation, The Com
manded of the American Army obeyed his
orders, and marched directly to the utter
most border of the disputed Territory,
where he built a fort, and pointed his guns
directlyj against a city, of the other claim
ant situated even bevond the line. What
" Nations, like individual?, to merit success ip any un
dertaking, must have right anc justice 6a their side, or
the moral eense of the civilized world will condemn them;
and though by brute force they may trample Upon and
conquer a veak enemy, they are as effectually disgraced,
as if defeat had attended their arms. Let lis, then, take
a case of individuals:
" A and B go to law. A employs a lawyer to defend
his cause, who gets up and says" Well, gentlemen of
the Jury, tn;" client of mine, A, is a very bad fellow. He
ha very uniustly protokej ihis suit, without'eause or au
thority, and has incurred such heavy expenses that ruin
threatens htm and, hu family. ; He ought. not to be sup-
or 'rong our country.
4. The Star Spangled Banner :
, Forever wave that standard sheet,
Where breathes the foe but falls before as.
With freedom's soil beneath our feet,
i i And freedom's banner waving o'er us. I passed the House of Representatives. The
5. The Mexican IVfir : As it has progressed in glory, majority on the final passago of the bill was,
may u end m triumph , 1 nineteen votes ; exhibiting a combined effect of
6. General Taylor and his Irave associates m arms : t r, . . , rr iV 7 ,
While we honor the living, let us not forget the dead. k,pculive influence and Party Drill, against the
How sleeps the brave who sink to rest, M i unaouuiea wisnes or tno reopte, ana, as we sup.
pose,;ao;ain&t heir artual instructions to a por
tion at least of those Representatives ho com
posed the the majority on the final vote, such
as has rarely been witnessed even in the popu
lar branch of Congress. .
Tea and Coffee, the object without which no
advan'ae to the revenue can rationally be, ex
pected Irom the passage ot this bII, were struck
out of it by acclamation; but; to secure the
! Hv all thfit rrinntrv'a hnnnra Klost ' . i !
, , J - w.v..
7. The Volunteer Spirit of the Land : The atronirest
Citadel of human, liberty, is the hearts of freemen,! .
8. iThe Ladies of our .Town and their Banner pre
sented us : While their motto is, " Rowan thy daugh
ters cheer thee onward," let our motto be " Dear Wo
man.' : 9- Our own Moved State, Xorth Carolina : The
grave of our sires, the nursing mother of our children,
and the home of our affections.
10. Rowan County and it3 Company of Volunteers :
The first in the accepted list ; we say to our brayecom- I votes of the Democracy of the Empire State,
paaionsin arms elsewhere, that we follow wherej any j (indispensable to the passage of the bill,)adu-
; 1 1 y of twenty per cent, upon the value has been
main pillars of our national prosperity. ' - laia upon uie article oi Salt, tDo most mdis-
12. A shake of the hand a touch to the heart to all pensabie ot all tne necessaries ot Lie, without
true lovers of our country. A the daily uso of which the poorest man in the
The Fair Sex : Our arms their protection, their count rv" would be unable to keen Lodv and soul
An examination of the proceedings
! J 1J ...1 r.u
; uaic reou, ui icnu nucie Ulljf uure IU1IUW.
11 i Agriculture, Manufactures and Commerce
-T.- :n r: .- i . '
arms our reward.
, By Capt. R. IF. Long, President of the Day. The
rr jell: i . 1 .
ported in such wrdria conduct and extravagance: but.: Ylucera u. u ,u.ie? uuaer mY commana ? always obe-
then, since he has got into the; difficulty, I arri anxious VT" u,e1word,ot command atten
you should give the rascal a verdict.' Would-iany jury ! T0US to d "8ht ; ,hese ai
received the er.ee f re
est daoghtert of t - 1
beheld, wafted Ir's v
of approbation. jVL
ni3tlins breeze iud'.r'
stripes.' Thetf y
The gp:r;t I -r:.
told of the - r;i r, ;
The process" or. ;.v ? !
ei to the Preslyilrij .
tain one-third c.f.? ;
ing begin with 4 f-rx
Pharr. William :C 1:
can Declaration of V.
cible observation cn '.
the work of volu:.
although one pary n
the less ready t i !.-.. r
Country's ned. . ETh
S. Harris. For fe I.
could have harJ y t :
In fact the litera;v nr. I
these speeches, j 3 a ',
remark. With i c
usual in such pnt!u ; :
torical allusions end
Tlie proccssio j t!. ;
Harris, where thri-e !
of ihe land" t'
withstanding a wj
there, who volu'.f rt
Mexico, the reir.frcf ;
resolute landlord nnJ
post, with reluctant !:
cloth being remote, I
D. Coleman and too
give A a verdict after such a defence of his cause 1 and
would not A feel like kicking such a lawyer out of the
Court, House as a traitor to his cause, and his worst
enemy 1" L ". , H i ' ! ); i
ATEU EUOM THE RIO GRANDE.
of yesterday, and of the Yeas and Nays on the
several questions, will show that this duty pro
bably would not have passed the House, could
live in ranISS, and j ,n l.ill fiir ctrmmnrr Amoran M f
t inno rArAchHAiir n ' . 1
glorious and brilliant success in war. ulGl leseni protection nave ueen passea witn-
By Dr. A. M. Henderson, Vice President The Ora- 1 out xX' So that the majority may almost liter
tor of the Day. ; j ally be said to have been procured, as children
ByTirst Lieut. Cowan Gen. Taylor and the Amer- j in the nursery are told that birds are caught, by
,CBy Second Lieut. Robert TV. Long Mecklenburg, ' 5Pr'nulS a!1 pon their tails. There are oth
thef first in the Revolution, must now yield toold Rowan. 1 er lh,nSs also III the proceedings which our
By Sergeant 5. W. James The memory of Major :. readers will find well worthy of their attention.
Brwn, who fell nobly defending the fort opposite Mata- j The bill, having pae-sed the House of Repre-
raoros : tnou?n ne De dead, yet will he live in the hearts carti;-oC Ua .,nAm .,.Mnr,i;nn :
r ; ru
n.. at j?i,f tt ti .1 i i ; "u "ruaic. uai us iixrunuu iijt-jr: miii uc, casion?, courn ub in .
i'B"1" ncrc iu nu? rirroes WHO I i , . ., . t .1 1
..i. mi. r a i -i i .i r- . . :i iv fl hni'P nn mpane nr inr!TinT W hnfrtvor ita I Pennine entnU.wl.ll.
doWciln 'iiaitlm. A mti tvt . i vn tine lain oi .'prii, i mo, sirucK tne -nrst Olow in de- , . . ' b"o' ' .u . . i
fcJI : t.ui XJ. 11 U UUU 1 1 L LIIK i lanro rt Atnarionn trff.Hm.i : IlllimniP IHlf mflV I r Ilia M 1 11PIV. Tl Vr KpnrPCPn. f "
A is hfr mpnnt tn roni-ncfln ft-in TTr-.;f,l
might have been expected, m such a case I States and B the Repu1Ic of Mexico.
as thisj other than what actually took j The lawyer employed, by A represents
place ve cannot divine. The Mexicans, ' those persons who condemn Mr. Polk on
insulted and menaced, pursued the very ! account of the! War, tht Jury is composed , of his countrymen
course which we, as a Nation would have ! 01 1 .,iaccs. we suppose, as they are
taken under like circumstances.
after call for Vo!n:e( r
promptitude anJlo! :'
, made by Capt. ij'.iivo.
ger and others. f Au i
kled in the jpaysi roj a
ed from every ey
V A thousa
And all wci r.:
Such was the ' V
witti uie staii t-i ;
The James L: Dav arrived nt NpW Or-
'Jiana on the 23d ultimo from Brasos San-
i; ago, navitig sail :u metice on tne Siuth.
mong hc 'passengers she brought over
; ere Lieut. Col. Payne, on las way to
j ' Washington with Mexican trophies, Ma
f'"j6rs Erwitiland Fowlerj Captains Smith,
Sltockton, and Page, and Lieut. jSturgb
;i a5l of the army. , I i; ' 1 . .j
, , Tho riews by this arrival is njot of great
iinportance. The capture of Reynosa by
t Col. W!iIsort is cot Grmetl ; so isjjthe report
! t!iat GaneraJs Arista and Ampudia'had
! J It is stated that Gen. Taylor will go u
v the river to Revncsa.and nrobablv tn H?
-.i . . .. i
inargo, in a very snort time.
I f t ITl.. J L n ru li .
1 1 uov(; nentierson, 01 l exas, nas tiecn
raustcred into the.feervice as a Major Gen
eral. ' ,
Ileynosa has ben almost entirely aban
)neuby vts inhabiiants.asalsotne ranchns
:! betw een Matumor6s and: the' former place.
' 1 The 'Republic of Rio Grande." of the
ICth instant; coatuins the lolloping pW
. rhs: . ' j ; )
i i.T,m hcJIcx -n Amy. By a IMexi.
..1 can citizen, direct from Camargo", we are
j informed that the Government as ordered
! !h immediate nnnearancR n(,i rianaiaia
Arista and Ampudiam the city 0f Mexi
co J the former to explain satisfactorily
tho causes ofthe misfortunes which befel
t id army in its late unsuccessful attempts
, pbn the American forces the latter, no
c oubt, to sustain some verv serious chare-ps
jvbich he has performed against Arista.
The .representations made byj hese two
; jtcftains, judgini from casukl express
5bns inimrdiatrl lifter (he dekructioii of
eirj united lorcM, dilfered materially.
J ellersonian thonfrhr it rco incf Aviii., i t) ...nt t?a tu. ,l i ;...if
I 1 1 . . ( '"TV8 " . juok UAavily I v i-iw. 1 ire uujr nu uiaiuu iur lues-
warned the Commander of the American 1 winding up matters when this case was I win dawn va the Rowan Volunteers with light
A.rmy to, leave the position he had taken, j made out. The shameful conduct of A's Orator of the Day-The Volun-
otherwise a resort to arms would ensue, j lawyer, who is intended to represent the 1 teefs of Rowan: give them elbow room at the table or on
He-refused to obey the order, and we all ! hig party, would just;show exactly plain ' he battle reld : they will do their duty.
now me mtng was working. Miserablo , rir r s
. 1 itti 1 . T er- i 11 1 wivn HoLdiers are wanted for Mexico.
Ort ! Who, but the Jeflersonian, WOUld i j : The! Rowan Volunteer are read"o go
ever have thought of comparing the SOV- j And whether they like them or no. : '
ereurns of the !' and. to a ccra hired n yi' g:.ve thlm 0 touch of Palo Alto,
httives of 'the People who have manfully battled i jetT era t ify i n - t T t !
1 1 '
know what subsequently took place.
But here we are met with the questions
" Well, what else could the President
have done had not a Minister been sent
to Mexico to settle this question, and was
he not refused V This is all true : a min
r . r rr r - -
lawyer, when in controversy with one ofl nied him children, that the nation might can mm rather.
their servants.! Are free men bribed, or
hired to speak ; in a certain channel in
By M. W. Cole The memory of Maj. Ringgold.
! against it in the House ot Representatives are
! entitled to the thanks of the friends of Home
t Industry all over the United States, a3 well of
Uhose who till the soil as of those wjio prepare
its products for market. 1 "
One effect of the passage of the Tariff bill
jin the House of Representatives will he to pro
lion the session of Congress to an indefinite
- . . n.i .r 1 -1 1 1. j .1
would, in all probability, have ended on this day
gratifying H t!
of personal and ...
purtr waters of ?.tr. .
with one voice ui yy
lour of out piriu J
Mtxico producr. sue
when we meet ch
By Col. . M. Brown, Marshall of the Day Success !
ister wis sent toset.lethisdifficulty. That I '" rZS ho"l -1 we,fare !
act of ifself implied the fact of an unset- jce( hiredt or Qribed t0 speak.for a miser- retumhc
tied boundary, a disputed territory. The i able client ? Where is; the similitude ? It j tVtBlh?
President appointed Mr. Slide 11 to this is the duty of tfie one to examine and pass
duty, which appointment was confirmed i uPon the conduct of their servants accord
by the Senate at the next meeting of Con- I Uto its e"t,or demerit. It is the duty
Mr. Slidell was refused, and re
and practice of the other to conceal inju
rious facts, and bring forward the favor-
turned jiomc without accomplishing any , abje polnts in tjie case of his clierit Ve
thing. That was all regular and accord- suppose Mr. Polk is not the Nation. He
ing to law. What is the next step on the j is the servant of the Nation, and if he pur
subject by our rulers.
to the Volunteers of Rowan, who have volunteered their ; After finishing the Tariff Quetion vesterdav.
ices to go into the Mexican war ; may they triumph ,ne House of Representatives adiourned orer ta
great success should they be called to the war, and ; ntj .u .11 . . .u. t
home with honor to their country. , 1 L "'.' , 1 'v
athan Brown May the Officers and Privates of ; Ul iM-mier nouse 01 congress, mere.
unteer Company of Rowan, wipe away, when a tore, Sits to-day.
suitable opportunity shall offer on the Rio Grande, under j .
fl rt rT&fr i 1- 1 n it nlKpr frnllan. Innlop iVio f, 1 1 1 imnn- j
I he following interesting intell
igence, is ta-
be done. Does the President lay the
whole matter before Congress and ask
them to say what shall be done next ? -Tt25
wds his duty, but instead of so doing
he orders General Taylor opposite Mata
him to tnake every security against an at
tack from the Army of Mexico. Was not
this an kct of war? lie knew very well,
if he know any thing, that it would in-
tation of cowards, and forever put to silence the damning '
stain attempting to be fixed upon them ; let us rally to i
.u j i r ,v a i i 1
triotic enthusiasm let us vindicate the cause of our ' ken ,rom t,ic ?Sew 1 ork Gazette and Times:
coantry while there is a battle to be fought and until her ' An expedition for the purpose of taking possession of
arms are victorious in establishing an honorable peace, or rUf; j l i t
else let us nobly die. California, there seems little reason to doubt, has been
By James Owens; Esq. I am thankful that I have the , ecided uPn by the Government.
- .- - . t. - i - 1 i ..I T l i i il 11T 1 -1 1 - t t.I.
VVKt r,r,,T. ct.ll 1 sues a COUrse iniuriOUSitO the nonor and nonor to dine wun our Drave volunteers wno nave ten- : aireaay menuoneJ tne tact tnat a ueiacii-
. nun nuuii : --.I ..... t .i : : : j..r.. r .u
i interest of the Nation, ;it is the duty of
those whose servant hej is, not to play to
wards him the part of ai hired lawyer, hut
to bring him lo a faithful account Who
but the man of the Jeflersoniati would
ever -have conceived a different idea. It
coun- ! ment of the 3d Artillery, about ninety strong, were to
as abovo stated, to the uttermost Is vvorthy, alone, of thofee whose Ipatri ot
U , . . . j, ' , , ism looks to fees and hire. I he JelFerso
)f the disputed country, and orders n-an .g consieIied a . affair, altogeth-
evitably lead to war. That ! march a
By William Walls
f Here's to our Officers and their lovely wives,
. Hoping they may live peaceful and happy lives.
embark with their guns, in the course of ihe week, in the
store-ship Lexinston, for Monterey, and that, moreover,
estimates had been csked for of the probable cost of fit-
hy R.B. Pendleton Gen. Ampudia : The shirt tail ting out the line-of-battle-6hip North Carolina, to traua
Mexican. He catches urn " low down in the bock." ; n ,fie ,roops to the same quarter.
All passed off smoothly not the slichtcst ! " We ,earn now that Jona,han D- Stevenson, of this
i . . " .. i0 U. :. t m. .i.-. ....
P. S. The ".".t-cl
The reason of tils I ,
dictated from a r, ;
ble county. It t..
rrisin of otir can i'rv'
good people of OuV
tb occasion (as t'.rr t
coanty alone all t .e :
They prefer, as ipy !
to put theniselrc on :
to their own ach:v. :
t a Uon andcharact r :
ea to abstain fre t ;
boat M Tories,"
of Miy,1775,- "l V.
and such like then .
i pared to join her I ' '
i a t
Die manner tne I: i "
aneestry of Mec!i :.'
the children of N :
world ihe nakejrs - -
who has been 1 .
al months, for .i
frofti his parent- i
ed pom prisoo ci!
been hanging a-
thing occurred to mar the good feeling which
seemed to pervade every bosom. Long will
the day be remembered by all who were present.
Ocn, Arista passejd
twelve days ago
f Mexico. Geri.
Uie yay of Tarn
npon jiis Aval-to the citv
Ampudia proceeded by
x of C.irjr, Pri:e'8 Rkxcixa Com-
this company, on the morning of the 13th;
1V(5 arc jnlormed k the safe arrival and
occupation ot Key.nosa by LiehtL Col. Wil-
on. it met with nooinnnvWVrv,,. !.u.
vay, but found, a s they anprbdehed Rey
tosa, mostly all tl e farm-hotfse ahandon-
t . W ' T 1 id I A I .
Vur command reached thern Wrt
er, and its conductor is so much accustom
ed to speaking' within the contract! that he
thinks it treason to speak without bonds.
Our friends the Farmers." This phrase ;
seems to be quite a favorite one with the con- j
ductors of the Farmers' Journal, " just issu- '
ed in our Town, as it appears in several of the '
editorial artieles in the No. befre us. Why ;
i thy should have taken the Farmers under lAeir
..... .... , ;
have intended to nrovoVc hostilities: and ! L.,..i.; -i. AuvaA .i.tnvOH, epec.Hl care at this time, we cannot say, unless
. j auuti icuiij ii uo V4vatij m vii tig taj n a k .
t Vl ASAlVkSA V la VOOnAMAikl a Km IaIaJ i . ..: . r (
",v"r,u1"'' iwuiui iui hip iiuuu j (jreans.: It is published m the ew Urleans
and treasure which it has already cost the I Picayune of the 24th ultimo, and is couched in
country, as well that which it may yet re- the lancuarre of a brave man. i The fijliowinc j
Captain May. It will I be recollected that
frvm !mA rinnn nr. o 1 o erit n tl c w'f rl an(lat wara
hostile force into a country under such I . .. f v . , , ,, i .
! J : sent ty citizens of ISew Orleans to this gallant
circumstances as these, to menace her, j officef token-f ,beir ajmiralion of?hiscon.
and not expect a fight on our hands ! The duct on the batlle fieu 0f ihe 9th of May. The
President must have known this he must I ,B a)v rUoA !. ik rtnn
city, haa received authority from Washington with Un
sanction, we presume, of Governor Wright fa enlist in
I this city a regiment of volunteers, to be employed in the
i service against Mexico, wherever the War Department,
j may judge proper to send it. The enrolment of thoee
j who choose to engage in this service, it is stated in the
j Poet, is already begun, and active arrangements are ma-
king to have the regiment in readiness as early as the
; first of August, which is the time fixed upon for its em
; barkation we presume in the North Carolina.''
the iuburbsof thi town, i Thursd
rncnninmnnt .J L. i J . .. .
T...r...VIM, wa, tcmuvfu uho the nub
k c snqare, the inbabitalits offering nd op.
lositum. Gen. Cinale8l,upo l thc SuiUy
irt-peding, had cii used to be published in
leynosa n bando or order, llv I which! the
jltizens were Allied their aliWian Ln,!
J. .tJ .1... i
o that just now certain gentlemen are in
need ol the votes of thr Farmers. Rut, let ihis
be, as il may, we know the farmers are not to
! i. .' .li.j i .. ii,: . ii .7.7 . . .t
nnirfi to snttln th rlifRr-nlt v . k:e ..t; i 5. .fl.M .Wlti.nol .. 1 uc S,,ieu u- ,,U3 same oia cune nno ,ne SUP
... 1 : i- 4 nort nf r.andinatps tvhnp nniitipnl nnr n L . 8s"
. i i I " - i -" uiu viv a i i
; inimical to them in all respects. It partakes
- The .high estimaHon which you have been rer much of the dema Indeed .g an
pleased to attaqh to my services on that occa-' . , . , . , f
lion, bears with to me, an additional value, ; msuU t0 lLe eood 8Pnso .of ,ha' respectable
as it is an expression of approbation from diss of our country, to think they can be led
friends of my earlyyouth. ; away by such stuj.
' In batlle opportunities ;are afforded a few to ' ; . .
perform deeds whlch.if successfully acmpli.h- j Thc unkindest cul yrt.The JV Stand.
ed, are attended with so much brilliancy as to j
render less conspicuous other deed equally j ar 8a) s
meritorious. i i f f He who votes against the right of the peo.
. In the action of the 9tt it was my good for- pie to elect their own Governor, will vote, when
tune, notonly to be one of this favoredfew, but i opportunity offers, or when he deeini it neces
to be supported by officersjand men whose gal- j sary, against educating the children of the peo-
zans here and elsewhere will labor in vain
to exculpate him. The fact s are too plain.
Interesting. It is a singularly interest
ing fact, that the Democratic candidates
: r l 'ii r . i .
s. 1 1 . : ' , " f runes- ivuwau, untc, au ui lucui, a most re-
Wyoming, ihe lOthjand enenmn ; ! t.-i r-J.u. r -j....,
a ! ics of the country. Mr. Ellis. Mr. Fisher.
From the National Intelligencer, of the 4th.
The plan of a Sub Treasury now before Congress is
a very complicated machine ; one, I will venture tossy,
that very few understand, except i:s projectors. Rut
there 13 a Sub-treasury that has been, and now is, in suc
cessful operation ; simple in its parrs, and well under
stood, not only by the statesman, but all men in busi
ness: and thru is our manufactories, taken in the segre
gate. They have the happy effect of saMy keeping the
hard money that is. the constitutional money in the
country, indeed, they hare got to that prosperous ex
tent that they hive become an article of exportation, and
consequently bring monry into the countnt. It is now
and even old bald" find it impossible to
conceal their affection. What a pity the
Whigs had not the good fortune to select
candidates otlike passions) But it is too
late now. ! Whilst these Democrats ar
" 1 V. ... V . VIVfU s-v? ji 11 clue 1 1 a. . '
ivith the invaders! ThR skrviH ilprrWoo i maklnS tneir confessions, the poor, cold
published at the differerit Jplack where it 1 hearted AVgi if theyhaVeany Jove ati
a . t ! i nil Lraan ir iaaI.. j r .1 - - i
American lorccs were
Lanales himself keens
ras supposed thd
ikelyl to arrive.
t n distance, a:W would fain represent
nt-gvrriiia parties ot pttjeij times,'
all, keep it locked up in their, bosoms, as
lf.it were too "sacred W-trjing to make :a
about,-; We inst feihesegentle:
liivii w no recently conceited such an irre-
brother officers; to say, that any onefof thera j
u., gionea It) Hie jnppuriuui' wi iea.u-
Ing the charge ttaV you hare thought projier to
rintSrA ini wwh UJ .1
notice in such handsome terms
Atrful, Fire.U&t. : Jbn
has been fotaljy destroyed
by ire- t Fifty lives
Certain prominent gentlemen of the Dcmo-
proposed.by the Anti-TaritT gp-nt'emen to red'ice the
protection; given to these manufactories ; and, if money
should belwanted for the extraordinary purposes of Go
vernment on account of our Mexican war, the deficien
cy is to he. supplied by the importation of foreign goods.
But does it not follow that these goods must be paid for T
which, with the expenses of our unfortunate; war with
Mexico, will drain the country of all ita hard money
will oblige the banks to curtail their discounts, and con
sequently produce general distress in the mercantile com
munity. " Let the Tanffalone, and borrow money." ' is
the advice of COMMON SENSE.
June 23, 1R46.
We learn from a gentleman of Stanly county
day this wcekj he
too! much. Tivic
whipped, and now
gcon, he wall .'is i:i
1 L . 4 . r . t
icusk icrrur ui i..
Has he commtn ;
liyp by the evil c:
f. S. Sinc t!
this wretchedj r: ;
On Wcdnesdnl i;
a rail. This
tho laws wouT I :.
usj . Wc regrtjt i
I as much as ai.v
has been thc ;
upon our coir.::,
may never re tin:
of such a scene r
cratic party may well exclaim " Sare us from i ihat Mr. Suepard stands a little worse than n
our irnus : ?,u w. juage iAjnier, uor. j bad chance in that County. He will not receive
Branch, WeldanN. Edvards, Jud&e Bailey,;,, I . ,J , receive
and other prominent Democrats, (who voted a- lh& Dernocrati; votes that would hare been cast
gainst the right of the people to elect tbeirown for Leak. ;3Ir. Graham has gircn such uni.
Governor,) say to.this libellous charge 1Rc. versally saitsfartion that they choose not todis- answ
tbe night of hi
HilL in ihis court-.
Richards, on 1!.: .
Wrru Stevens, Jr .
Stevens, as pri
L r .. .
many inues m r
not. Some cf l r
er at our r
p th pe.f c. "