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SATURDAY, MARCH 20, JjS-H.
(TpVVc have been favored with a pam
phlet copy of an Address of ihc lion. J. J.
Rynum to his constituents, announcing
his determination to decline presenting
himself before them oR!.in, a a candidal.
for Con-res. As this Address contains
matter of momentous interest to the whole
Snmhrrn neoo'.e, c shall endeavor to give
vwv , i .... ... ... .Til
:n.nirtn he Ktnumicans 01 1 (T,.i5M runm the wnole treasure 01 iuu n.i-
U an fan) r - - . r.. VVl,K,i,r !
Mr. nynum, a-uon. Ann now me ai t wi .m. -
to seiz'; the moment ot inumpn uei a
All these features arc condemned b Mr.
Webster in the Inaugural; and why? Have
not the American people found in their
chirr officer, as at present constituted -owingall
to them in the first instance, and
cxrvMMinT all from their favor, in settling
finally h"s character in future elections
their'truestand best representative? Were
n.)t Washington, Jefferson, Madison, IWon
roe Jackson the two term Presid nts
honest gardiansof our popular institutions?
And was the veto power, as exerted by
any one of them, ever employed but as a
barrier to encroachment of popular autho
rity? Gen. Jackson's vetoes were put
forth to protect the people's rights from
the invasion of a Bank aristocracy - the
distribution or the public domain nmong
ihem the creation of a national debt to es
tablish a system of internal improvement
for their benefit. Mr. Van Buren has la -leu
in the ai'tempt to arrest, tin- .strides ol
this same c'guitic moneyed oligarchy.
r . !....!. .;,i..c r iho Allan ic.
re iciimg mini ou.n .- - ---
In general terms, H may be
all the annual Appropriation bills were
na.sed. So that the car of Government
m con.lm.. in motion along.. accuslom-
. c And th s comprises neaiiy an
eu . fpnPOCo at ibe nresent
session for the common defence and gen
eZ than one in twenty of the bills
i,9 Committees at this session
el,UI "" ''.IT " n! .,d verv few of
have oeen a'-u nj,.., .
those which laid over from the preceding
to the late session have heen enacted into
l" - . . I'M.
Verv few ot the mass of private uni.
chiefly for the payment of just claims upon
the Government, have passed. n.""
the last three days, i.bout a dozen only,
instead of some hundreds, which migni
have been, were disposed of. A
Halifax district will !oe in
talented, intrepid, and fearless advocate of
their rights and interests; and the South
f i. ..n.nmnrnmicinir SI lid Ull
one oi us moMum;uii'i'"""o
(J We have received the 1st No. of
"The Extra Standard," issued from the
office of the Standard, at Raleigh, semi
monthly, at one dollar per year, to be paid
in advance. This is a very cheap and use
ful publication, and places within the
reach of every riiizcn, the means or ob
taining information respecting public
affairs at home ami abroad. It can be seen
at this office, and we will t ike pleasure in
aiding those to gel it who may wMi to do so.
Extra Session The Senate of the Uni
ted Slate? i still in session. Hut little has
been done, except to confirm the nomina
tion of the Members of the Cabinet, wine!)
is said to have been done unanimously,
in each case.
APPOINTMENTS HY THE PRESI
DE N r.
By and with the advice and consent oligarchy invested w,h enormous
the Krnnl l,c'Acs wield. nS all subordinate cc
Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts, to
be Secretarv of State.
Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, to be Secreta
ry of the Treasury.
John Hell, of Tennessee, to be Secreta
ry of War.
George E Dadger, of North Carolina,
to be Secretary of the Navy.
John J. Crittenden, of Kentucky, to be
Francis Granger, of New York, to be
Mr. Mangum has introduced a Rcsolu.
tion, which has given rise to a long and
exciting debate. It is in the following
Resolved that Blair and Rives be dis
missed as Printers to the Senate for the
This resolution, after an exciting de
bate, was finally passed bv a vo'e or 26 to
The late Vice President or the United
States vacated his seat as presiding officer
or the United States Senate on the 2d, to
give that body an opportunity to s.lect a
presiding officer, for the convenience of
organization on the 4lh. After an appro
priate address from Col. Johnson and his
retirement from the Hall, Mr. Mangum
submitted the following resolution (Mr.
Hubbard in the chair) which he accompa
nied with encomiastic remarks.
Resolved, unanimously. That the thanks
of the Senate are due and are hereby ten
dered to Richard M. Johnson, the Presi
dent of the Senate, for the dignity and im
partiality with which he has presided over
The resolution was then unanimously a
The Hon. Mr. King, of Ala., was elect
ed to preside over the Senate, after the
withdrawal of Col. Johnson, for the residue
of his term.
Press rests on a fcrmer -. ,
than oneof aoontrary -
heen suppuMi ui'- . .
a Press There i a way in wh.eh it can
be done, hnwovrr.-An.l how ! the
. .i i, nin h' c mudisheil:'
reaaer lmnu mis um
By thetellingnf ll sorts of lies concern ins:
it'and its Editor? No- Hy threats? No.
Hy gating a hireling for the peeial
purpose of writing ildown? No. By the
misconduct nf unprincipled political lost-
masters? No, reader; but ibis is the secret:
Let any considerable number of its Sub
scribers conclude that the Editor is not in
want of the little sums they severally owe;
let its friends habitually delay the fulfil
ment of their promises and eoliracts wi'h
the Editor, and the most prosperous estab
lishmentin ike world must come down at
i7PThe National Intelligencer gives an
example of the epidemic appetite lor spoils.
evincing that it is ready to run into sacri-
i.... c.-siho I ntrlliirencer:
o ' . ' i ! l I.. r. ,..'..rii ;,-,.- .Hi.! ili. .Ir rmh:irL:i-
"Morc Jioboeries inc an ver ummjt , i Khuv i" v-uhi .mn, . ...v... -
lumnsor the National Intelligencer, yes I lion "will not he delayetl beyond t!;e first
Fioridft.S letscrfrom Florida under
date or 27ih till. sys:
A ircuileoian direct from Tampa says.
that Gen. ArmNtead has 3S9 of the enemy
martyr in the popular cause, to bring into
suspicion the power of the popular office,
in which he was struck down for the calam
ities which his enemies, and the banking
institutions they wield, have brought upon
thf conntrv. 'Mr. Webster has seen again
and again the Government righted and the
people redeemed from the thraldom of the
moneyco oiigaien , u,
nami'lion's scheme of an omnipotent cor
root establishment like that of England,
mi)) dedon debt -which is the great yoke
. . r- . i - I ..... 1
which hows the heads oi inc pnupie i im:
earth, in modern times, and subjects them
to hear 1 1 1 burdens of their masters was
over brown hy the power of the Presiden
cy in the hands of JrflVrsjn and M.ulisun
The corrupt American system of ('lay and
Adams has been ovei win -lined hy J-ckson
and Van Buren. Mr. Webster's plan is
to reinstate the twice overthrown llamillo
nian British system; and to cover this de
sign. t;u- new Administration is lo draw
all the jf alousiesof the people on their own
creature of a four years' life, while lh"v
.p.. h .vin.l in iransVusinir ihe nal wealth
and 'lower of the Government into a Bank
ted with enormous privi-
tions. and stiikinir root in a national debt.
which w ill, like that of England, perpe
tuate the establishment and all its depen
dencies beyond ihe reach of any change
shoit or a revolution sufficient to dissolve
the Government. While this process is
going on, the people are told to watch the
Executive! While Clay, Webster, and
the other instruments of the moneyed aris
tocracy, really entrusted with Ihc whole
influence of the Executive station, use it to
compass their objects, their automaton
strips himseir berore the people or the ve
ry power given him to arrest its progress,
and he insidiously tells them, "keep your
jettons eyes on me!!" He would not
have them watch those actually exertinglhe
Executive power, and using it to deliver
both the Government and the people over
to a newly chartered sovereignty, which
will, in t'.e end, make the Constitution a
part orits machinery, to be worked alto
gether by its influence.
No man or intelligence ran read the In
augural, however studiously it veils the
names or things meant, without perceiving
that it portends a National Bank national
debt ditiibution orthcnaticn.il domain,
aim an me suhsiuiary measures necessary
to, or consequetitou adoption. It is adroit
ly drawn, to throw a disguUe over these
objects; but the whole scope or the paper
is to prepare the legislative adjuncts of the
new Administration lo adopt tnein.
terday, indicate that, since the Fourth of
March, many persons, strangers and others,
have been robbed within the limits or this
city. The robbery or a clergyman in open
daylight, and while he was on a Sunday
performing divine service, is one of the
most singular and audacious robberies we
ever heard of. We learn from the police
officers that two or three more persons than
those who advertised yesterday have had
their pockets picked of money, &c. to a
i i: i . t. :...!..
proximo. i ns' j noi ius nav c in.-t ii i.-niu
ced to come in by the Arkansas delegation,
and having agreed upon terms, the Gener
al is determined to prevent the oscillation
of their leg bail inclination, by assigning
them to the care of a body, inner and out
cr picket g iards a distinction their form
cr good conduct richly entitles them to.
No white person unless a commissioned
officer, is permitted lo visit them, and alter
retreat this privilege isdenieo to all. But
two as yet have evinced a desire toescaj)-;
ihe firsl was woun led in the attempt In
the sentim I on duty, and fin illy killed by
a dragoon. The second was inn through
with a bayonet, from ihe cfif-ets of which
he died. This summary punishment has
countenances of alt; and you WH
home instructed and contcntc,j reluri
FOR THE TAHBOUo' Pru,Sg
Messrs. RAYNEU AND STAiv
"Old Hip's" drilled orators
... ,,,c oraiors, the l n .
heaven knows, ' e Urd0f
Every word they utter, tells from w
it Jlows. ufire
MULTUM IN PARVo
Washington M'trket,Murch 17 r
wholesale, Si 75 a g3. lJaconV
a 10 cents, l ams 12 cents. Nivnl i
New dip, SI 80; 01,1. 5175
?0cems. Tar, SI 05. Fish shad
Herrings. r..J, f.4 00; w)l(l0 '
S3 00-Pi.rk, Si 50 a $5 i)oL)L1
In this -oonty on Wcdneslav In.i
by W.C. L ighEq Mr..-Ji vflh,,nt
Mi-s El.za Wilkinson, dau di:er
Abner C. Wilkinson. 8 01 -V
Extra Session The Washington cor
respondent of the New York Journal of
Commerce states that an extra session (r
r.mini-ps in Mav next was decided upon,
in a lormal manner, bv the new Cabinet on doubtless deterred others from the attempt
Sew York Custom House. A letter
from New York says: There is siid lo
exist some difficulty between the Secretary
of the Treasury and the Collector of this
port in the settlement of the accounts of
the latter. The law requires that the Col
lector, arier deducting So, 000 rrom thej
emoluments o( Ihc ofiicc, shall place the
remainder to the credit or the Govern
ment. At the Custom-house, in the ac
counts, the lees are keptsepirate rrom the
emoluments, and Mr. lloyt contends that
the Government is entitled to the emolu
ments (after deducting 5.000) only and
that the fees belong to him! He is the
first Collector that has construed the law
tuis. The amount of rees collected since
Mr. Hoyt came into office is supposed to
be not far from S40,000! The Secretary
asks Mr. Iloyt lo place the amount to the
credit of the Government, and leave the
question of r'ght to be decided in Ihe
courts; but Mr. Hoyt pikers to retain it in
his own hands.
Major Belknap, 3 1 infantry , has been
ordered to ihe duty of escorting them to
their new h tines, west of the Mississippi.
Jll Tarborouirh and m
SaI't,T I. -Turpentine,
From the Globe.
The Inaugural.- This paper is Webs-
terian throughout. Full of profession of
solicitude for the maintenance of popular
institutions, it directs the eyes or all the
enemies or the Democracy to ihe only
practicable mode or destroying it. It, at
the same time, labors to divert the atten
tion or the people from ihe leal power
which endangers their rights, by exciting
their apprehensions against that which,
emanating immediately from themselves,
has hitherto proved iheir best defence.
At every step in this Inaugural,, it will
be found that the Constitution is lUelf 'as
Sailed, and on that very point wheic the
popular will i most potently concentrated
in the first officer or ihe Bepublic. The
Constitution vested in ihe people Ihe flec
tion of President, at short intervals, that
he might be immediately responsible to
them. They mule him re-ehgib!e, thai
all his hopes and rears mi ght rest upon their
will; and they gave him the power or tin
veto, lhat he might interpose, in ibir be
hair might arrest laws and charters, ilu
offspring ol" selfish combinations nrr.ong
he legislators, endangering iheir rgbis
arid so enable the people lo bring then- ou n
authority to bear upon them in subsequent
Nashville Railroad. The Senate of
Louisiana has p ssed a resolution authoriz
ing the seiz ire and sale ol the i lloets ol
this road, to satisfy a debt due to the Stale.
Warning to the Facility. Died, re
centlv, at B mot'entre, I)r Chalks Ray
mond, aged twenty-seven yens. The
Albion Standard says that ihe cause or his
death was as remarkable as it was s idden
and unexpected. Dr. Raymond, with
other physicians, assisted in opening ihe
corpse or a little daughter or Mr. John
Bradner, aged 11 year., who had died
with the prevailing disease lhat is no v s
filial among the inhabitants. He had a
small sore on one or his thumbs, which,
immediately aOei the pration, commenc
ed swelling. The infl immation and swell
ing soon extended to his shoulder and down
upon his breast near the heart, and on the
seventh day after his attack it caused his.
death. Such a result, from such a cause,
shows the malignity or the disease, and
should prove a warning to the profession
in all future time.
Frontier Fortifications. The people
livingon the Niagara frontier have resolv
ed to demand legislative action lor the bet
ter protection of their lives and property.
They say ihc frontier is in a much exposed
liiwl 1 1 1 (V n r i- 1 j e i 1 1 1 1 1 i n n Thni' Will no!;-
tion for an appropriation for building an miranis. a report mane lo t on
Aisenal in ihe village of Bckin, in the '" ' a,v- .l'" l,m "l
pn.inrvr.fViii.MM A' V Hrmhl. iiuoi iuui.o.s no. i i.u.eiy cun. pierc, mai
j v,. ' Ln..o ........, .....- fill ,' ,
cft u u mi i Lit, uiiu jijiccl I'll !( (I H (i HVil
SW7,-. A vounirman. bv the name i "!""" 1 u ana stx Psons came ...10 v q
or Svvanz, a Journeyman Taylor, left this .'J0'1 M;,te,s 'O -Sl'a ,Il,rl1 t!l' y"" ,s .
City a few days ago, in ihe Favetievile Ins number, however, includes such d
Stage. Itis said, that some where' in Cum-; om' :vn citiz-ns as n-mrned during the
bcrland Count v. he irot out of the Sla:e !)'ear Irom ab: oi 1. Af 1 ork American.
j , o - -
fTJDPeterr. Daniel has been appointed
Associate Judgi of the Supreme Couit of
the U. Slates, in place ot Judge Barbour,
deceased. Every effort was made by Fed
eral Senators to defeat the nomination, al
though it was a Judicial appointment, and
by their own hypocritical professions
ought lobe acted upon without rife re rice to
politic d considerations. Mr. Clay of
Ktntucky, and ihe Federal Senators, with
the exception of Mr. Preston and Mr.
Smith or Indiana, seceded frovi the Sen
ate. Messis. Clay and Southard exhibit
ed excessive violence or speech and tem
per on the occasion, and ihe former, on
leaving the Senate Chamber at the head of
iheseceders, h id the unparalleled effronte
ry, besides declaring his determination to
go, sneer ingly and contemptuously to ad
dress the President of the Senate, and bid
him a good-night The Senate was hit
without a quorum, and it was with difficul
ty that ihe .Sergeant-at-arms procured the
attendance or members sufficient to confirm
ti e nomination the Federal secedeis re
ftisingto obey him and remaining at their
lodgings. This anarchial attempt lo dis
solve tho Government will meel wiih iN
just condemnation, when the hard eider ex-
eiicment has subsided.
The end of H,e Session The Twenty
sixth Congress ol the United States expir
ed, by the limitation cr the Constitution
last n.ght; and ihe two Houses have :!.
join ned sine die.
U c snail in our next give our readers as
full an account as the duties and ocenm.
tions of lis Jay will allow us to do, ol tu
Acis which have passed during ,e Ses
sion: from which atone can our readers a.v
certain, with any certainty, the business
perfected before the adjournment.
and disappeared from Ihe driver. On Sun
day last, near the Bluff Meeting House,
two gentlemen going to Church, discover
ed a dead body of a man suspended by the
neck, from a limb, which, from ihe de
scription given, was, no doubt, that or the
unfortunate Svvaitz. lie had on a Claret
coloured frock coat, drab Pantaloons, and
white Hat; a hair-brush in his pocket, with
the letters L. B. S. cut on the handle; a
Tailor's thimble: a small Trunk key and a
S3 note issued by Mr. Humphreys' of
Greensboro'. We have just heard these
particulars, communicated to Mr. Sheriff
Edwards, of Ibis County, but have bend
no cause assigned for the Commission of
the deed. A Jury of Inquest had been
summoned, but had not returned their ver
dict. Rat. Reg.
JJ Press broken down. We regret to
percetve a notice in the " ashington
v hig, lhat thtit Paper, which did such
good service in the late crisis, is to be dis
continued, temporarily at least, in conse
quence of the "failure, of many who take
it, to comply with the terms of subscrip
tion." This brief sentence mav be said to
embrace ihe unwritten history of the A
merican Pres. Country papers die for
ihe want ot their proper nutriment, and
those published in populous '1 owns lan
guish out a sickly existence, and would al
so expire, but for the pabulum derived
from Job Work, &c. We speak feelingly
on this subject, because we have suffered,
and do suffer, from ihe negligence or our
Subscribers, perhaps, a greater amount or
inconvenience, in proportion to our num
ber of Patrons than any other establish
ment we know of. The following Para
graph, which we find in an Exchange pa
per, contains so much truth well express
ed in a short compass, and is so appropos
io ne subject, that we cannot withhold it
from our readers. ih.
' The way lo break down a Press. It
has been justly said, that an independent
7 Family. 'The New York Comic:
and Enquirer thus speaks of a family now
residing in Groton, New London County,
Daniel Whipple, a young man of 42
years of age, had a fmiiiy uf 1 G children,
and Noah Whipple, -10 wars or age, hid
a lamily or 14 children. Daniel and Noah
were cousjns anil hail mariied sisrers. In
the visitaiioos orprovtdence, Daniel died,
and also Noalis wffe. 'The widow hail
16' children lo provide ror, and honest
Noah had only 14 dear little creatures.
To the mothers and fit hers who quail at
the idea ol" supporting a small family of S or
10 children, look at this good man's hisio
ry, and learn a lesson of valor, forti ude,
and resignation. Both families were en
tirely destitute, dependent on the labour
or their hands for support.
Noah was a stone mason, and daily went
to his work with an honest heart and con
tented mind; and when he returned home
at night, 44 children (locked around him
at the door to receive a father's store and
Mother they had none; and their father
determined that they should have another
io protect them during the day, when he
was absent, and administer to their wants
As an evidence of purity .ff the religion
ol his people, he did not study alone io
make himself happy in ihe selection he
was about lo make; he did not think alone
of his childr en, but he thought of Daniel's
and moreover he thought of Daniel's
wile, and became the faiher or Daniel's
children, ami their mother ihe mother of
his, makingan united familv of 'A2. t-
elders and ihiriv
VII r vuiiji
;m you lathers ami mothers W h O n m
perplexed and dissatisfied in nrovidin r f,.
a small family of 10 or 12 children, "visii j
wuuueeucui, an:l see a small house
to oveiflowing like a bee hive, with con-
(tentmentand pleasure impressed on the
THIS celebrated imp-.
d Racer nnrl J :.'
,iHW ' l!'e fi est ruHiiif
nea i in ami or.ler, ;;!
ma!e his m xt and hi season' in Vitri;,
ot my staides, ai S ! 00 the so..n and
lo the groom, piyahle within the sra-cr,
which commenc s 0-i ihe 10 h FclmarJ
md ond she 1 . J,,v. wj;
will led. wi hout -.tint, ;)t 40 cenUa, U
iml every eareai'd attcn'iou tfinvpilh'
uusiy grooms; but I will not )e
' r accMleiMs or esr,pt. m ir,V
led every acc uivnoda'i'.n f..r barren w.1
('aliog nines, and will board Ua;
se: v nis iii-.itis, while white seivuitsc'
' hfianlcd on moderate terms in the Vi
la ge near.
I a l dutiful ba, six'een Ivinds liiVi, ci
rni'c'iless 'ea-nv. s'rmgth. form, jc'k
a d pe !ig ee, and loo well known tie
i-iriv.dl d champiiin, lor many pais, r
hie E glii tur', wh.ic le never b!i
0u rior. ami many excellent i'i
I f., ,,,, I l',ll,, ,.r.
1 J Hl 111! III U "U f
l k an i
s atri d Sial i oi. I he English ;i0''
men ackuot ledg h is nm only (IpcmM
ly the he-t i f i In- ag , liji t he lci iv
i i Enghi'id For 1 1 'ii' yc r h' hi hi!
moiv a i ! l)Mi-i w ntier i'i.in any oilif
h ir sm I n. c lis wee of itie same a?
Nen I .- all ti'iiof l fiii-e I) -j winner o'
le a t I se i i have m-vcr w n Ici'f
Tile number ami auinnnt of tlifir
ii"s jj..,,, ;,Jm;, 3., unbroken spiie
l.r il.'iar.t vic-or es h. 1839 Ha1)' m
very lar e hv ycr-' old slake t N'
M trki-?, i ii iiod'-r heavy px'ruve
ave woo the ("heat Oa!s tbne mi!
f ur years, and nearly nil the l'r2e'
hikes pi K
! I')r, as
v r:h, Tuesih's Rxld e-worth. S.lH
nun fas sink 1.000 riiinei. C'llu"1''
July, t'hestei field, Ch anvell, l1"
grtst, and a hos? ofoth is loo nunum
to nioic. rrocifiv. one of his ;el, f13'
wtiri more than So0,000, w ih ut fT-r
being beaten, a d is uriq i"i '1,b'
be t m ir - ever traine I. I'l-eV ha" ffC"
a countless number of stake, p'1'
g dd cnp, fnndicaps, and I(;nz' );,f''
I :!l rlisiiimces and in sme int,,,,e 1
t, 4, .iod 5 beats, under havy iv.i1!''
I lis col s have won every where ''
hav heeo irii-d. List year he h"' ' .
'est in IO-.jrl ,,UJ. Ihe best in Irehno?
the best in Belgium, and equ il If '
I'ra ice and dermaoy and in the L!" j
States we have seen M march, the Qjce'!
llplen. and Mr. Robertson's filly-
A' his pre-cnl price, he is the c.ifV
a I lion in America hi price 1)p"tj.
iluced t, suit ihe hard limes: an(' ;,'
eis will do well lo avail theffise
this lal opportunity.
Ior more narticular?. ee h.mdbii''
A. T. B MRRRlft
rjb--cr'ber in en U cir.'f n
the Bulcherins: business m
yj iM! y in iin- u Kin' ti " i i.'u'
io nirriMi ,f
. - .. i 1. i,i t k
twice a week wiih heii w" ,r() y
description, suitable lo these.!'"'1- .
nving beeves, -h-Mts. mutton. W- '
II I .-!. f I"
tor sale on foot, will please fp.'1
Tarbcro', Feb. 10? 18t-