UxculJf Milt lCUL IUII.1t. MillKrr.
Tin following pimiii(M will is.eoit.(vU.I fur
h liner !ntu,lhr fc-Jj'l T tV 'sjAn N-wembtr
we if, b-i"i !! anwial mftiiiijf of tta lauti'lh
jp .un'V 'gtic.4ltif1 Pk1H, till '.
For UK ;' h" fl'MJu'i,, ' "J
I or the art. cnairitd plough fof ftprt
ina; f.irroMor fuma'ca tor aptai-iisr
harrow . . :
Ji-'irrwh bt If '' Ba -
"IrnHi iwmwi 4S.5Vl w ell'f i
CUaTho bit piece of plan u m-
r. n,Hh. mii J of rotton and wool
'"" Ti'.l iWf'r 1tH."t4 asw'i
rtw- -1 K" r.,rrrrrT'uiii an-1
wool. ad fr the beat eottr,,., t aen . . a
'AiimW The b- piecof domestic Flan
nel, not roan 3 la.
iTukri The bet ce of b!aetmg, tot
h-i than I varda r?
tarpeiinr-tr pie?" f Carpeting, got lest
than IU yvi nor 1 yard wide -
C'ii Greatest quantity of Cotton raised
, on I a"veof-pbnd
Cam-Greatnt iantity of Com raised on 1
ace of upland
Create quantity of Com raised on 1 acre
of reclaimed bottom land
Createst quantity of Com raised on 3
ajr a of land reclaimed without Ute aid of
atab'e maoore .-,
jTleii UrootMl vuantity of Wbctt ftiwd oo
J acre of upland '
OrcattU qvantil raJ on 1 ar.re of bot
ttftnUni i-Gr. lrtt quantity uf rita on 1
rrt (if oj'Ui4
, tirc ifnt jjfiil!y p,pcr.pf bot
tail (rd "'
' firHiilx&ed' tlfttily of Barb; i(W
i - -- ltr tJili . .. f . J
at uai:tiy raf d on I ro of bot.
;, (i t tt.t (jukitut tiid bc( qnalilj of
i, i ..-d tn I arre of upland . . 4
llrtt .VV Co 'UT ....' -4
' ht rri u q-1 i-l it t nd btot quality f
Woo! i uncd trrm S alirep 2
. , A.Ui Jfie tci 't aioiiea for vbetting '
Knfti.b c!r ;ernn Scffiso "i ; -. - . J
Thebrn Monwfof bruinj( Crpntcr
lir ('uirif'a 1 oola. k .-, 3.
i.'ied from lLo ItrconU of th .Society,, .
VARPKT HcBLr, &r.
fYirtiy o notice. .-Tvo ?poni trrlf
cd bcre cn Stur)jr t from Asbe coun-
lit jo tSiy Sutft on ordd 'rhbou
10CO .b? ofeKcelknt butler, fow burrcla
of 1 1 unberries, and tome iron ; th other
- JoadfU iih iion, cranberries, potatoes,
ond butter, all the. production and matiu
facture of Ashe county. Tbe owners of direction.. What end then- have the op
these wacons -had -travelled- 2 10. miles nosi ion in vie'w 1 Cannot trie nossessioti
over cur Jid . ioaWroccup irl g it d Jf tc
to icllihelriroft ir5 per tOO lbs, butter
"rtM J cents a Jo potatoes at-AO cenls,
and tranhefries at' 75 to 150 cents a bush-
el- Ooe of Ihcm did T.0t realize more J
thin t60 (or his whJe load ; ar.d for this,
and 10 jjet. his return lya of groceries,
iielorma-aurMyo twenty tour
'iTdir.'wlth bis waijortand four fiue horsea.y
What a mere trifle must these articles be
bringing Ihem jo "far ToXmarkeiToruch'
j price V-j Aiid by wvastly Wiould,"-rail
road, or any otherrgobd -roi.d,-impf'ove
tbe condition of the people of that remote
section of the State !
It cannot fail to stt ike tbe reader with
su' prize, that iron should be brought here,
from tbe interior, while hundreds of tons
ere annually sold here and carried ino
the interior t and we doubt not, that these
hopevt -men. estbey trudzed over the hilK
and inountsins that iutervene between
their heme and a market, met rumetous
gons carry ing back, iron of a quality in
fciior to theirs, tor which a bifcher ptice
had been paid than toey ould jjeU. .--1
Had we I. rail road upon whirh lhe iron
of tofl back country could he brought
down to us, it would soon become known,
tnd its vlue be apprecited. How infi
nitely would its manufacture be increas
ed, und w ha: I source of wealth would it
be to that lare region of country where
the only limit to its manulacture is the
I . f f.a . . l ll't.
demand lor it. 1 1, notwiinstaoaing bh ou
MacleTry itttal!UBtity' crf jt occisionalty
finds its wv ' market, wht might not
be effected bt a nil road which would
"I educe rb5TactCTityer-cefttr I Shalflbeitw,
Suite never be rousrd to the employment
of her energies!. Soull she be con t cut. al
ways to geuibe necessaries "and luxuries
cf lift;, which &re prodyctd in abundance
at home, do m oiherStates and foreign
ourieSf bo, w hile t Ue y uiucn ,ofl,,u,s
despise us for our injativhr ? fa?. rOAa,
ilire"qaaoiiiVfilk'Wdrw Eggs, -of
the best ltalian atock which bo will dia
po se of on the following terms; to any
lteTsoFwno"Win'Utrt' him five dolhirsv by
mail ot otherwise, ha will send by mail,
or in any wy they may direct, 10000
eggs, with "ample directions for ike w bole
process of nvkin'g silk. He has also the
CRfs of the . While Grange and tjteth to
liAini fVorm, or this Worm which pro
dace cocoori i- of t he se colo'u rs, somef
all or ei'her of which he will tend to ap
llJicst), The White Wormi are in all
vesptr.s equal, and in tome far iuperior
to the Italian Worms. Application should
be made immediately t that the approach
ing 'cold wea'ber inay be .availed of, for
tending thew eggs, as tbey are liable to
iniuryfrotn transmission in warm wea
tbk tS- GIDEON tBV SMITHS
& - f-ata jfiifik pimitetffmir, Baltimmj jflt4.
There U pV.nl In p :idcI eipcrlence
ll are i,fmJ on kioJ authority,
whkh ont jited, tnn i no loriRer
atoUifl at af tbHs- ,W "
yet reached tbi tnvUble point, and there
forti tK the liUeriyof occailonill ex
prenlnji our MtonUhmeiit at tome thing,
Hkii xm6 txaittJOW tybtert ation
iurnatlt. Amonic ether roueti'e.
iMinot beb teinit ateolihed a( the luud
crmpUinn whkb-tf friemlt of the.op
itrffitf remtvatt that arc taking pUce.
Oiv.wootJ ojijioie' from Uetr remark!
Out eer ni tn Trf HVci itatfrfid' 10 rtbe
Nit adailnUiratloo, hether worthy or
unwtjftby, 4e. .competent, bid J !l!
1Trr1r. ,n t ttM, rmm
. . , . . ; r n4(f ,
clrarrd of Adami men, and not an indi
vidual lurked In the obscurest corner of
ublieflfSee. who wat not heart and sou!
n favor of' the present administration.
We bet? these people 'in snake little en
quiry Into this subject. - What would
thaf have f VVitl it satisfy ihcm to have
three-founba of tbe Postmasters In the
United States friends of the late adminla
traiion? They are o. Thenumrc
Tostmasters in thp United Slates is esii
mated at 8000, and of these nearly all
were in favor of Mr. Adams at the Uu
election. Three bundred only nut of
tbtae eibl ihouasnd have been removed.
Will it content , llem to have forts ,.mer
on their aide to one on ours in emptor
meats toAoacled aliKlbe.Treastuy Po
parttneoi, the JmJicUry, and the an4
r- -9 t ii , e; 1 1 1 1 . . a
wmces r u the opposiitonareiwnuuu
conside r t his snfficierrtj -1 Hen:: tbey b v
Do r'iKhl to complain, for such in fact, ac
cording to proUMe eitilnatestis the-'ec-tol
nroportioo. One bondred only have
been dismissed from these offices, out of
four thousand employed, almost toe man
tbe friends of A Jams and Clay. Will the
opposition be -satisfied ills . knin lhl
trw- public 'print ,o -lbcir side of 'the
qurstlon receive e. large proportion of
rwblic -jatronae in tbe- ay of official
advertisement- Such they rosy bo as
snrediv the fet.--ltiseruialy 4 con
vincinjr proof of the freedom of our Pre
sident frcra ordinal. r prejudices that be
noL efiC.onilni?.y jrL?,T,ec prroni who
encourage, Ly mejr. of JhTa kind6rpaT-
rormge, those journal which ate mot
indecent iu abuse of , him, but even takes
nn Uon tn Miff' K1 nnfrnnafr
ofmore- tliah 1 wo thirds of theT)Ublic-T3f'
flees keep "ihetn '.from fomplnining f
Would they, have the whole I - 1 not the
larger hiill of the paironaKearUirig from
(jtsire?. 7 The ulk of waht of macnant'
miiy in the pTes'-ni cabinet towards their
t,vtrM,iM u Miprcmt5ly ridiculous
founded in cross falsehood. The outcry
MS??".?-di''r'",n far-e: il ap
plies, to the treat Jwdy ir TsonTcdildM
is 'an utter nd ioexcuaable pcrvuraiuo i uf
truth "-"j " "' ' TTJ. 1 -v.-
' ... . , k. . .
Texat, Canada A very curious arti
cle Appeared recently in a Boston paper
touching the acquisition of Texas, and
shewing the ilcairableneta of rouuding
out the Republic by the purchase of the
Cnadas: From the style, manner, end
opiniona advanced in. that article, we
strongly suspect that it originated in
home oier person than the editor of-the
rati lot. ' In relaiionJo the subiccl cenerjL
atly of our foreign necociatbns, it i very
evident - that r the-opjjoaitioiv. prima led
on by the National Intelligencer, are
starting every species of rumor which
may be calculated to excite the jealousy of
foreign governments, and thereby throw
obstacles in the way cf accomplishing
desirable treaties. The acquisition of
th Texas or the Canadas may possibly
become proper subjects of inveatigation,
whenever the respective governments of
proach the question. UnaT that moment
shall arrive, we see little use in specula-
now before the government, and which
involve interests that must be injuriously
affected by eucb a course. The disposi
tion shown by several prints, to turn the
Texas affair faidi a " RJlisou'ri question,"
4 the, old , LclinB j bkh formed he
strongest of theppo9ttKiMe-Jefferao'a
be met jn tht Mmejway th'4hpposi'4
ttotl '1 : t irwrjwfa met r -and as - asily put
down. ' .V. Y. Cour. If Enquirer, ..,
Stephen Girard, an etpineni merchant
in Philadelphia, is causing'to be construc
ted a large, block of convenient brick
houses, the annual rent of which is to be
ten per cent of their cost : lie offers to
those tenants who shall occupy them ten
years arid duly pay the Knt, to.giye them
a deed in fee simple, of the -premises.
Charities of this kind deserve honorable
mention, since they have i direct ten
dency to produce habits of economy and
iillliom S. Archer at present a Hep
reseotative in Congress, has been nomin
ated as the successor of Governor 'iOiles
to the C
to the Gbrniiqriai'Ch
piper !icri'ji a furious and terrific
WhHwWl whUh pase4 through the
western pari 'of that County cn the lltb
u!t. The sign4 of approscti, wise
heavy dirk elouJ in the r.oith.et, which
arose rapidly. and wjs attcmlcd by an
uncommon roir, As it approached, the
sound resembled, In the wor! pf ruxJn
f rm0'i ''WJfn bada of einty barreil
driven fiercelyover roun icround 7 Tb
direction f tho whlrwiod liy over Cross
1vtrc thw waters of wbUb taUadla
Vcoiuron several hundred feet ibovnhe
aurfice, end carried to the oppssite shore.
Th aridtb I wblch,io tmj.fenres wer
prostrated was" above fifteen fodi, though
the most complete d(ruction was efTcc
uTirj VyutiMahWd; of -thapweoin
been woirffcThire. Nothwj wai icft ataadie here.
The dwelling house ola Mr.ahoon was
unfartunately situated within this range,
and at the moment when first struck the
roof ascended 200 feet Inio'ibi air. The
whole building was ,;omp!e:e!y demol
ithed' Four penonk werw h it, two of
them escaped without injury, third was
precipitated through' the fitwr into the
cellar, wbilit Mr. fihoon bad a Ujh bro
ken. Articles of clo'hing from this homo
fell at the distance of five miles, and
hinglei two miles further.',
Stt-ranrty. .lo (he reporf of the trial
of Swesrlnpen, for the rauidcr of his
' wife, the court , refused ta permit e wit
nest to oe eworn m any pmn manner
than by krssing jhe Bonk. ; Dr Miller
Ulna called aiV witness, upon coming
n be:worn,Taiied lils .ritibt h.i.dihe
Cport informedhim that there war but
oo" way of swesrinj here,: onleii'ie.Vi
acrtjplea.,.l. jMillerWAfitt, rpibf
terian but si id ho waa no' conscientious
on that head! hit objections were these i
1st. It wai a latholic cus'om. 3d. It wa
indelicate. Sdly. lie might control
fomecontaginus disorder by .Mating the
abeepaklnV w kere"ao many Bid pre cdi d
him but sail he waa willino comply
with tbe ruleil; it beinn usu.l In Penn
aytvahia, where he formerly resided. -to
be allowed a choice if desired. He was
then sworn orJtbe Book.
4 The Secretary of tht JVavj Various
scurrirourtoieef HhU gea4nua iuve
lately appears! in some of the noisy
opposition ptlW If, (which we much
doubt) they (lerve attention, it properly
perhaps, become us, editing a paper al
most on the ipot where Mr. Dranch waa
bore and -MUdlabetosyUL:;sJnj;lerrei
marVor twa ... To thoso who .personally
know the Secretary of the Navy,- hia plain
and easy , yer truly dignified carriage. X is
firmnss of purpor bis energy of man
guiany inning, now cxirenitiy nuituious
appear . these petty .ebuiitions , of pai
iltjmaUce The 44 corn-cob pipe," ihe
inveterate smoer,' tne everlasting-
ilthinker.' Pshaw, human nature toler
ate not diagtjsT' etaia - piiiiiT,
and is it by such pitiful -slsng,-;wbicb
tho wit, how imbecile the Understanding, j
wbich forms the conjecture. ... m i.
A . - , Halifax Minerva.
-,r , iiM !
New Jersey Election." The' elections I
in New Jersey are just over, pnd It ?
peart lhaVt he Jackson party are complete-
ly -triumphant. Wbave utiirns fromT
SHI1"'? "d. Somerset 'counties; the,
nrsi or wmcn, last year rbvc wW nuinii.
majority, and the other' nearly es mucn.
Now mark the change In Middlesex, it
is probable we have succeeded throughout,
and in Somerset we have got half the
ticket. New Jersey Is disenthralled from
the coaUtion.TM Proscription !"
- y . . ' A. F. Courier.
Her little Majesty of Portugal, Donna
treated by the Cabinet of St. Jamea. J he
little girl had a round of balls, suppers,
speeches, walttet, pefl uqulers,andcham -
berlains, and after a royal reception she!
waa unceremoniously shipped off to her j
papa at Brazils, leaving Don Miguel" the;
world to bustle in? .,vTberpottcy of - the j
English is as fickle at it it strange. If I
- - ... srv . . ai a.
ff eivtjt ;ajid tjecofrnixed the littl Queen.
A recent traveller aayt the Norwegians
are to honest, that," ' in mott parts of
their country, a child might walk about
with a bag of gold , in safety ," and they
are so kind Tuarted, that " the stranger,
by day or by bight)) .may knock at any
door he comet to, and be welcome."
lJU rwSkinner: IheT jibleandestimabU
editor of the American Farmer, has been
complimented liy' the.Agricuhural Socie
ty of Sooth Carolina, with an elegant
piece of Plate, ts a mark of their respect,
tod tense of th service he has rendered
tojthe Agrictiltral Society end Planting
be. bimngjgitd nun,-4ur;ior tnei-; rrr-r rrr. r;.7r:;i ,
..;i;,. - j , (T... 1 1 try, imieriuumv oemann msi ire iwpreaema- - vr-n- V..T. . ; '
of ability to gtve it point and ciiect l K . ..." . .r rnrnr. an, ,h.;. f.(iKMm,;nn
af the' enemies of the administration I Xut 'wm or,!l l-rul" ht"tM be st their "'. - ...v..
ai me enemies oi me onroinisiraiion , -, Lil io co.er the rr inon slarderer ui; i
e to traduce the fame of those who P . W 1 fhc ior-my lhey mtrV:r-1, is onlortu,,.:.
Dose its airenetnr Alas: now weaK 'oeiri",iu """crKc":,r"u'.T- """- r . ,. ., ,..,
.Mr, GtUt' Uruqnati. In another tolumn
will be fouad the proclamatioii of His Kice'ln
ey Gov. 0en, orJcrin; an El!'i f a Mem
ber of Con.-reaa from this Diiuict placo of
It wUrbeavcn, on Iburaday, tbe 3d dy of fc
cember next. ' t .
trict, otl m'tgnlng his tat in Coxtn, Adrtp
rerret arema to b felt throughout tl Dirtiict,
tli.at ere lij1.!Jia etiated I ncCrnhy fur m
unwelcome a dcUniuiatioa.
Of Chatham County,
ntf. we kam, if a eanutUie
for Congress from this District, in place of 'Jin
Giles, Zf. rcalgned.
FFLIX GRUrSDV, taq. haa beea elacted Sen.
ator in Confreaa from rnneaaee,1n place of
Maj. Eaton', afpcAn led Secretary of War. Thp
lection look place on tbe 16th elt. - On tb 3d
and last balloting, Omndj receirod M votes "
K. Andcrsoa 17, W.n. I.. Brown 12.
V A friend of our Country," and the Hats of
b shall go in mat week.
Capttat InvicttM At Iredell Superior
Court, 'aat week, John M urn 11 convicted ol
murd , in the flirt decree, fur killing JJenry
Ilorvfr i and acnienccd by Jud Hart ill to be
.. .The Sot let belonged to tancoln county, wbaro
the ;looy w as committed, am fiom whence tlie
anil had been rcnived. We underhand the
prisoner eottmcl have taken an appeal ta tic
To the Freemen of the 10M Con pes
f siohal District.
r Under cireumtances peculiarly (SatterinjrW
to a high-minded and honourable ambition, you
have "elected tne ynur KepreaeotatiTe in the next
Congreas of the United State i and with a mor
tificatioo deep and distretaing, I a-ii eon'tralned
to make known to you. that I decline the steep,
tance of the high, d gniftsd and. very renoiirf.
blc iiluafibnWhich iKir Ijnd feebng hetr
called tne to fill.
Early in September, I waa ecrioos'y afHic.
ted with a d'iKed liver t with promptneas 1
then ca.ne to the determination to inform you of
my exprct-diiil;i.t'tu 4;i,rgethe.anluoui
fciinlerestingdutieaVitaxbediB a seat ft
greasi fmt oiy friends to ihom 1 cairoualwed
any intentioitrMrged the, propriety of deferring
the communica'.ioQ for a time, eherUhing tbe
: upon my4lueiffiharcjheurwjaisj
reDre)CnuUve. 7 find tnrself in no better
- f :1, vhr adminlcj
UatioA of.ihejjrajnoft.lje Central Govern
menl, IsiI trust, at'Tind, Toiir iutirtrStt, aldl
beat and dearet interest of the freemen of my
untnct are at s'ke, will h'il othi.ig. .
feelings, and a just sense of what, i due to mv
District, apeak a languafje which my ai.bitTon
andpri U tf place roust and ha'l obry. It illy
becomes that individual who haa received the
niarke J confi knee of the nerulr. t .!: oVu'a-
,;flE wi,t kl(MM Miff, . hethai. 1
mt , gi,c0 (ime, lC may or may not be able ""toj
ttblS f erfilta fmUxK
When I taxi(Mis!y solicited "he appoint,
ment which your fjendahip conf-r-ed, no' per. .
aonal or atlfib view influenced mc. A oure ,
and ardent desire to b useful led me to ak, at
your hant? what)ou to generouh gave. 1
have a well founded belief, that I cannot, in the
present tue of toy health, discharge my d.i'ie s
in a way you have a right to demand. There is
i (h ihrfjiltsT Irs l!TTTTVifwrr Ka UaaaJ haarn asatnil. I VOlll TI1C
-and-, predict .lhcy..wjlihaye u
,u' 10 rclurn ,ue Mcrcu irual lo mc Pure
hand from whence I received it. Thiols th
y bowourabU u Ration in'tny poaxL
rcllow Citkens ; my noo-acce.ptance is the
result of the most calm and-deliberate view of
th whole gtound. 1 came to the conclusion
through an agooy of mind which the virtuous
,nd intelligent citizen can amaginc, but whlch-
nflertion,thSwl.)irit vra to b caused
(fnd meoirvenifynee-on'tire -aecdunt of so
nunntte nftlvwiuika.,j'.ei,, .cusedme ex-
""'feltewCtixetirj the course 1 have taKen
will, in all probability, lead to political oblivion;
be it so. Sufficient for me is the conviction,
that I believe it to be the course of duty. Upon
my honesty of purpose, and .upon my integrity,
I expect to be sustained before the liberal,
high -mind .-d and intelligent part of my District.
You have, among you, Gentlemen of talents and
political attHinnients superior to my own; but
none to .whom I will yield in zeal and disinter
ted deyotedness to the great and permanent in
terests of the people.
And my last aspiration to Heaven (hall be,
that the Freemen of my District may become a
viirtuoua, happy and religious people,
v . With the liveliest feelings of gratitude 1
; am your humble Fellow- Citizen, 'J V i,;
' f hf ?miS'. , ; :-riXQ. .ntt.s.
Jt,.lAf ) :., K rufirilcft ef iW
Ameiican Farn.ir sjjs tl.a Uir of ttt CL
7rin dfiva aay thuae Irvplib-auiiie pe!,
lis, He a-taLe Li t'ird rt. by U)lt tU
Uiri at bit (eel, and in and ati'ot tll.ai t
of the bed. on g ng ta s'trp i t aarm wcatl,tr,
in such caars, owt a flea woutd tome near Lias.
JJ.m in IUtm.rn.Vt9 same tr'fiondtt ) '
the tWaof tbe Caiim 7Vaif a ture lortU,
X JniTI're ," "IT.ry ITf to brmtird H tnsr
fcod of the antirial' It aaay to 'alo litij," '
perimaoti ao iingr m aittml it.
- TLai priiligaln Vel.klt of ladr and d 'nv
t um, tin To-ytVM kiJ-J aj. KjLqciv
edited by Arg.'o sro!linf gMA pUy4crbr,
nr Wi f'r"
Knt able and imkuiiga'ria f oat Master Ui srrs
with being a public dcfaultcri and now tLit
OMontrkkca dotard, tbe removod first satis,
tatitf. M.O. reiietstrs the snomUctous caluts
y. The clrcumetanees which gave rise t tba
charge, isthua bric,(lf autnme ep bjr tbe f'ce'
York Cou'ricrbdjiquirrrL.f . .
'In 1811, the Pot Master at Lcxing.
ion, Ktinucky, (a Mr. Fowler, who had
oeen rt commended to ofTici. by Mr. Cl,y
was Oiicorered to ! a defaulter to h
amount i his bond, and notice waa fiv
er him -that he would lie removed from
office, unless he gav, additional bond io
Cover any subsequciit dbiinqueilcirs which
might arise. To enable him to retain bis
oflue. Major Harry ar.d five u ker gcoile
men became j iijitiy hMiud for lite faith
lot discharge of hi da tes from that time
forward, "in 1871 -Air. Fowler was' re
rnovedT ar.Jir ui. ihcu diK0TercJlii3t.be
hd agiin become Ta , dtCbller to. tba
amount ol'fn.3,470 46, to mccl whiwli and ,
ma toi liter liciaK imn, whub lotjr'her ..
amounted to b I0,j(3 92,'hf rem'Kitd ij
he Postmaster Ctneral,9,929 6t lean.
ii l.i hi in arrears on all accounts, the
'LlPyrf lu,l - 6424 2t which it has been
round y ''Tatei'ttiTf f "the "tbaliUonitr
proved Mi. Harry to be adcfaultcr'to Ue
amount of g 1 0,000.
When AIri Foler remi'.ied thitmonav"
io Wdnintun, he rtqucsied ibe Toy.
Mas'cr General o appijT 26,439 08 of
it to the reduction ot the amoont (or
which his" last ooui'mcfi weic responsf
LTeT" lalea of Ibmylyinit "with thesr in-
;rnc!iins. the then IW MsMer General".
app'.ud the money thus lemitted io tba
pavment of t'te fiui botids', and commen
ced 9 suit against Major Hat ry and others'
I for the. balance which was tllus crcatert
"Cbn-pfgaTDs) HP. em', Z''Trf"?Ty':r'''' ' '
J TSe i'.-cauie'. w jij; fried ' rn;the:Cirrt5Tf k"
Court vf iuc United Siaiesrud?e Trim-
ilk praau!iii). .4rei'a full tiea'rtoKof
the- fci, tl01iXtBXippearilll;
fjr iticlde parime nrTifwas tj; ciqe d that -
Tllajor Uarry ahdlils associate wete not
liable," inasmuch as the sum remitted by
- mount jit
their bonds, to the' pay ment of' which it
Uo'uU luve lueo approptiatecU.,.. ...
nt.on.the buscriess of thii'
Ktntiertien mar nicy sr
h;tvc air.gleU out Mr. Harry a the subject
of : heir jtuik, because the purity of his
von'uct through lif.-, has lie t-ffccl cf
p'oducibj a recoil up n ;heniselves ahicii
will Le atse"tly
D.vl l Haeird. -je rppMiion candidate, iy
tHred -ii. a UvU
jtfr;.v (,f l2j votes over 1
ilvUw r;, by a n ji
jorry (i 1V5 votes s cr Ai.aia- l ianr.pwii, Ute
'Jstdrson-eandHiaie. A u,j i!y. of . oppoiitioc .
fgj, have'beenreturntd tollielrgialature. The-,
A;U us party are lej iicii.ir a their asceridane
in tl,i4 IRtif itei-ir.rt Mat : thev are welcome
to iu so i it it tlieir ouiy ' Jut uoul ' o ol toe
" U"ivei"sal Yankee nation." They have been olr-'
liged to surrender one ft.rt i es after another, aifd
retreat succe8ivfl from their Mrong holds, urw"
til tlley have been driven at last into a solitary
surren'ereT thlsTcTe" tS"67e'r1;'J8,lattbave
.'fill 'ie. In this State, there is no election dT
Governor: liunion received a -mall niajjrit.v
over Judge S with, the republican candidate;
but as the scattering votes were more numerou
than llunton'a plurality, the' choice Dctweeti
thfem . isi o hm uVcuWd by P tbo. Legislature,,,... .
There awJatkaon miywitk-s In feotlr I toturev -r-i"
"frfnrim every Ta1i0ff.mrei-thcirpowcrwtW..
office. This is all periertly right, say ltney;
party ahouUl'lit torget its friends. But how
changed their tone, when brought to operate to
their prejudice i it then becomes pmcnpiion,'
pertentitn, and all that urt o' thing.
Col. iinbert Lore, of Haywood conny,'is noni
ina'.etljn the Halifax Minerva, as a candidate
for the U. 8. Senate. 7
(Jen. Jeut Sptigkt,ot Ortene j and Richard .
Vbt Sjiaigks, of Craven, are also named as
cendiilita for that office.
Colffred Cnthbnt and Dr, Ucnrv lirnrtha
have been named in the Georgia pnpers as op:
ppnents of Gov. Forsyth, for the teal in the UnVy
ted States, latel occupied by Mr. Derrien, the'
i n .
ItI liL.tV fc. V II (IC I1IC1I llldl I'HI SIIUUIU
t'.ornct General. ; . ' v1
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