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"&' if'" I"' tuettiii mtn'ioned of tc
ptt uaJer fivs dollr, issued by the Banks o!
' After the piwsge of the ett of IS. '9, prohibl
t;,ij the (unit of this Ufs's from issuing- any
Wttunfor&tt&fatt, wi think the above eei
i .iutf but sue Mi just. The policy of
ibtit -' I drive small t)nk bill out of cir
(a!tto snd thereby make room fur specie.
T1.it be 3en done in Virgin, and other States
iJ e hse no doubt tbe nidi here.
$' aoJjrrtand that the nembert from several
f ilia upper Xitualtev-woropjwi4 to th'u
itessure, under the mprtnU that It would
Injure their ennstttur nti inasmuch m Smithy ar.
ffi-tW H.ttitatel almost the
We of their circulating medium.
r..,(fg.CJ."n am! Uaoz-gia notes W-
Jm were"pV(iTiiSife3'by1he IcI tTienTwTte".
t .1 t i.... j ' i ' .
far their trade is morly to those States er.d
they ere obliged to receive their notes in pay.
mtnti but it should be kept in mind thst none
ire prohibited except nmet under tre dollars.
We believe that N. C. in one, or' two yean
WHt, will hire as sound end bealthy curren
cy as any Rtate in the Union. The Banks now
pay specie fur their bills i the dut Wli will aoon
be driven out in utter disgrace and all Bank
notes' underlies dollars, after July. 1832 will
Kite to circulate. So that the email change of
tie country will be specie, while the large notes
will be cons eruLle into specie at the option of
At the Session of the Lcgiilature before the
an set was pawed regulating and (Uinj the
fees of Clerk's, Sh'ff. kc. This'acrgase rise
to much complaint in some parts of the State.
To remedy tbe source, of these complaints, at
the It! 8eaon,tbe whole subject was resumed
iiJ a he adt l-Joptd.-V hafTsceTtTJiT
set, but understand that on an average, there
ft a small reduction in the Fees.
f Review It le cntinueJ.J
Mr. Sawyer's Resolutions
l nwllhf Raleigh Register.
As has been before mentioned, one of the F.d
hors of this psper happened to be in Raleigh
when tbe AntUTariff Resolutions of Mr. Sawyer
came before the house and were discussed.
After returning home, we noticed in a brief
manner the peechs made on the occasion,
tt would seem that our remarks on Mr. Hill's
speech were not to the liking of tbe Editors of
tbe Begisten and after indirectly charging us
with a want of courtesy, they threaten us
with the publication of tbe apeech itself. M
Mr, Hill does prepare his speech for the press,
and if it is publithr-d, we hsve no objr-ctions to
AU who-beard it, expected nothing mur
nor less than this i but after having heard it de-
: 1fcm&WT:ta&rmnu. ffitaSh of ibi TU'gIUr;l
i . kiUciiusfl juiroiiiej
to read Tariff speeches, we know where to Snd
1!iera " first-handad." Mr. Hill, is said to be,
it tt true, for we know butlinte of him,) 1 very
clever-man and an IB stent member of the Leg A
tsiature; he is moreover, to our own know).
d&e ery candid in avowing his sentiments on
Ipoliticil mstters, and U not one of that class of
politicianatUer-ar wmewclv io-NCafolina)
" wto are deadly oppoied to Genl. Jackson's poli.
cy, and yet call themselves Jackson-men. But
notwithstanding he is all ilua, and may be more
besides, yet 'the puff" of the Register cannot
mskehira as great as the "Cat like" Web.
ster, nor give Hgxnolitn to his speeches. We
Here repeat what we beforTiald that there was
not a new idea or thought in the whole eneech.
Inspire it u tbe' fccaiirieeui Editors may. it
wss a Tariff speech, compiled out of materials
that may be fouod in all the Tariff apeeche.
from Henry Clay's down to those of Trist-am
The Rditorsof the Register, of late, are much
given to the puffins; of certain men of certain
way of thnkingT Every thing; these favourites
syis ver) d ie, powerful and eloquent f but as
iuiu3 poor Jacason men. thev have nehhee
honesty, sense or pretensions of any sort. If the
Editors of the Register can, in thia manner, help
meir menus to Congress or to any thine else,
why perhaps, it rs in the tine of tlieir duty to do
so i out they must excuse as for esteeming
We make tbe following extract from a letter
.aiuiigiuii, ukc. wnicn we aid
not receive, from some unaccountable cause
""til a fdws days ago. The interest we felt
' perusal, impresses ns with the belief that no
one who reads It will look upon his time as lost,
Washiioto, Dc 24,
a The Senate, on Monday
y rcauiveo 8eH into a nijrn Uourt
.npeacnment ror the trial of Judgt
"eck of Missouri, for' Judicial tvrsnnv
House of Representatives, on their
i!'t appointW Mr. McDuffie of S. C.
' SiorrnndJudije Spencer of New
7r Mr Buchnnao end Mr. WicklifTe
Kentucky, Managere, to conduct the
pMcuuonof the Impeachment. The
""te gallery wacroJed toxcess ei
"Peering to hear Mr. McDuffie', opening
Iech. .But the Court adjaumed till the
ooday followinfj.in consequence or the
"n attendance of aome .of the witnesses,
"htn the rl.y .rrivcd the gallery wa
?aln t"ded to overflowing When
SL I 'offie r6se Prfound silence
"'gned throughout tbe Senate chamber.
Every lody leetted to listen itb treaty
n stteotion, and none left ihelr tests
m'il he stopped on the fint itj and con-
luded on the nest. He occupied the
floor for neatly its hours, end o able, t
eloquent and o ciifte ipeerb I nettr
befoie heard delivered I would not hare
oeen In Judfe Peck's sead for any con
lidertion whateter. He writhed in hit
seat under the toiiu'e of Mr, Mr Duffle's
uk'cr ittrctmt. The) li'.tle petty trsn,
st Mr. McDuOia aptly called him, m,de
et ersl motions to rise wheneter Sir, Me
Pufr.6 bor down hrd npnn Mm, but the
of Mr. McDuffie't Tiger efe turned
foil upon bim, killed the effort, i!o .i
inn, hi norror snn mitmeni, in hit
I n'r' V' " ,n out rieoUiee ptf
i list a freeman shall be A
by poor, pitiful, insignificant little Judge
for tellinR birri in a public ntwap.prr that
he Rave an erroneou opinion is a damna
He tyranny which a Turkish Aff would
t"t dare exercUe, nor the fiultan aanrtinn
without endanKerine hU authority. Dut
v it ii practied in the Waited States
where we boast of our freedom and inde
pendeike. The Saage bnjle JudKe
4 J 0UfM ju"'r himself by pleading
in his defence that Mr. Lswleis the in.
jured party is not j citizm or the United
St-tes! 0 ! how mortil,inK t American
pride and humanity to reflect Iht such a
monster was reared in the Inpand bosom
of republican liotrty. This it acting up
IOlhc.tmt of tb AUh nd ardrrtotin
laws, and ere Jno Adams alive he munt
be. proud of his disciple. Mr. Lawless is
ry gemlemanif, intelligent man He
naiiTeoi irrund end has ben in this
COOTlTrj ffuTTeTn ofTlfteen r esrsT" I think
m, ...I-., m w-, ,J5'J J I
- session win oe tsken tip with
he trui of this case and little or no other
business will be done. The Northern
mi mberi, "a his been r everif ime
tfinced will make Jud Peck's rate a
psrty question and aco.iit him. ShuM
ha tM,i.. I ...
ilije.a it.Ui. lea- wninitpnrr xmrfi-r
lonni cnaracter which it will be difficult
to wipe away.
We have been politely furnished by Mr.
Reeves, the Poat-Maater, with a lit of the rri
vals and departures of the mails at, and from,
thi place. We like tbe arrangement very well,
with the exception of the Fayetteville, Hunts
ill and C.Hinty.Line mails. The former paswa
within a mile or two of the Post.OfR ;e at Jack-
eon Hill. Davidwn county, without stopping at
tit i o mat Foet-Office we tn ml
doaen or two papers t inconsequence of the
neWLSrraiigement. cur. aubacriber da not, now,
et their Pp this is a great inconvenience
r tmjllt be remedied with verv JJille eipevii
evefy Thurlay : this is a great inconvenience
to the people on bo h of those routes, inasmuch
aaantheir tetters, papers, etc. arrive 'Here, on
Mynhrrytr n crTWTOnlhTalTiouTd
npi oe remeaieo. it would be just as easy for
the contractors to lesve here on Monday aa on
For the kifonmtion.of oar readcrs we publish
the fist above alluded to. '
anerm a r ora, y a. m
Fayetteville, 9 a. m
Sheriil's Ford. 12 noon
Fayetteville, 3 p. m,
Statesville, 12 noon
Salfm, p. ,t
Sou hern, 2 p.m.
r.hertiw, lap. m.
Lincolnton, 2 p. m.
Uncointon, It a. m
Southern, 9 . m
SUtesvtlle, 12 noon
Saletu, JO a. m.
Rsleiprh. i p. m.
11 a. m
10 a. m
Mncolnton, t p. m.
Statesville, . 12 noou
County-Line. 12 do
Fayetteville, 3 p. m
fa nt ville, " 1 2 noon
II a. m.
Southern, t p. m.
11 a. m.
Salem, 10 a. m.
Cheraw, 4 a. m
Raleigh, 1. p m.
In consequence of the e trrjngement the
Carolinian will iVfuture be issued ftrt Saturday.
By noticing the arrivals of the mails it wiil be
taeHfeaek no atmalhere after Fi iday.
until Monday, consequently we can have alTale"
news in our piper by printing on Saturoy Is
on Monday the mails not arriving here soon
enough" on the latter day for us to insert any
thing in our columns that we might receive,
were we to publish on Monday: .
rot ti wsaTiB ctaoLiatAir,
The Ediiora of that continent news
paper, the Raleigh Register, and similar
Prints, seem to chuckle yery much at
w bat they call the inconsistency of the
iloubeof Commons, io voting for the
Roanoake Inlet . Resolutions, .'and then
voting for Mr. Bynum's State right RtS0
utions. This only shows their ignorance
of the subject. There is a very marked
distinction between the right to open old
Roanoake Inlet and the right to persue
works of Internal Improvement within a
State; and, tbo' these Sapient Editors
may not chose, to see the difference, yet
it is one, that JeSerson, Madison, and
Monroe taw and tcted on; and it is one,
that it ably pointed ou; in the last Mestsje
of Cen. iickioa. Thi unlitttncy of tfc e I
to vote, Is euiceptible of the itronireet
pro,f,ind when leisure permit, I p.-ornw
to show It, perbtpi not to the latisfaction
or ihese Caetlleri, but to that of lbs unpie
A Mtmhtr of tht Houte o Common
r rea vssrsai ctaeuita.
Sooty Carolina IWbDlLLS.
8-H0Ur7, and Fayette-
fine aeaerte much praise for the mea-
urea they are using, to drive eu of dr.
,.. -...vm.j .uuiiiuiV i0r mo.
Mr called dueM: and mote e.Dcci.lIv
.llJAaa.yauJ a Lll- ' ill ..
it tney prrslst
1 . . ...
mop natnef Will
bring into use silver, and copp
in sufficient quantities to supply
of the community.
It is realy a matter of surprise that 8.
Carolina due billa should have obtained
such eitensive circulation in this State,
when we recollect that, to ofcr them,
or to.rve . totm, it prohibited by an
By an act of Asmbly now in force,
moreover senjec, to be prosecoud by
pre.enm.ni or indictment.
I. is.!aomSade the duty of the Superior
anu vouniy couns io Rive tlie act In
charge.-to the Giat.d Jurors, and to see
mat it is properly executed.
, . . . - - i
Thia being the law.ol the land, the peo
pi. .ho'ujd be .ware how they continue
to receite and pay ou. South U.iolina or
ftytiVtrwr t4iw - tiill. - iiAwr'k'ir.y,ifi4ir
ft 7 lua
surcd that the law Irom tnis time far
ward will be put in execution. The
public need not be at a loss ho to get
sdver. coin of the dcoormnation-of one
dollar. If they can pet the notes of any
of the local Bank
he local Banks of the Stale, thry have
y to call at the Branch were audi
" , . "
notes are p . y sblr, and receive tbe silver
fir it tbere All these Banks now pro
tcs to pay specie, and they dare not to
refuse. If any of IhenTdo refuse; let
Jb pe rson - so r !u d publish 4Je ae
in ar.me Tierjipaper,arid..jibe reusl will
fit'? be JCpes led Tt
0ruina have viciated he rurrenr nf i he
S:a:e, and they should be made the in
,v,vv, iv bvuiiu iuiiui
tlOft. - - -
Reports ssy thai ome of the Bihks.
are in the hsbir of eviding the payments
"7 '"""I 'ZZZ , Z, -Z - - - - T
their notes, foreis-n cnld rnina. nnkhntn
Fi,.tj u uuriiiic io nr norjcri Q
to the people, and of course uncurrent: T
fhisis infactfevidingthe law and every
n.Ianoa A llt.i .I....IJ ...LI! I I I
..... Wl, ,11UU1U ue
in the p.pers.
I' should also he remembered ihai h,
- w ofihr fireien gold coins area leeal
tender, and therefore the Banks, no more
-' " I
than individuals can offer them in pay-
. .:, . . .. .
I will send you in time for your next
paper a liat of such foreign coina aa are
made a legal tender by the act of Con
KR THE WlCSTKRil CAROLIIfli.
On Sunday, the 16th inst. in the Jersey cet.
with christian fortttude, Mrs, Boiabha Uadm,
wife of JeMe. .laden, In the 54th year of
hTfri1!??! fTlh hu-
band, and five children, with her Acquaintances,
.n, perwn .bo rn. .da, bill, i .'. "I" l'4 'bo. Ho, , f,V gl mM. kinto i . I A..,
ib iow. nira. iiaoen nu i m
and mistress, she was kind, affectionate and In.
duWtTher exemohTrv conduct in all r..nU,.
was pious. AttenUve to her domestic concerns.
u.-,!- ,k k..
she delighted to dwell in the boaom Of her tW
sly r as a neighbor ahe was generous. t She ap.
was no sinner la short her personal friends
1 . I . . " . 1. " I
were many i her enemiea none.
And let this feeble bodv fail,
And let it faint or diet
, My soul shall quit the mournful vale
And soar to worlds on high.
Shall join the disembodied saints,
And findita long sought resti
That only blin for which it panti
' In the redeemer's breast.
In hope of that immortal crown
I now the cross sustain,
And gladly wonder up an j down,.
And smile at toil and pain,
I suffer on my three score years
Till my deliver Come, ( ,
And wipe away his servants tears
' A id tske his exile home.
O what : bath.. Jams bought for me
" Before my .vanished eyes.
Bivers of life divine 1 see ' 1 "
And trees of paradise . ' '
- 1 see a world of rpirits bright ' - .
Who taste tbe pleasures there.
beeo, worihyber f iheBabt
for tfpward. h twenty ,ca a. a wife, ffitej?! 1d to.helr .
tUy ill are Robed lo spotless whito
'And eonjuerinf palms they bear.
O what are all -ny suffering her
If Ird thou count we meet ,
With that enrsptnred host to anpetf .
And worship at thy feet,
Wire J;v or gritt , r case or paia
Take lite or friend's away
. But let me Snl them all arain
In that eternal day.
10 7 on Pridar erenlnjf the H'.h
Mr,. Llvinia Swink, wife of Mr. George R
21 I' P"V'7 anectlon. bhe baa Wft
.'".h 1 mUr bcr W
i i. '-iiaaoew, wire W Col, Caswell
IaAV6 hef '
l...l-la .a . W
'K1 reiauona nave lost an aaao
I them by theeharm ti.iw,rt,
iete, endeared to
r-n, gemi;,anueng.g,gt.ever impart to the
lnd' trader. A Husband haa to mourn
lionao, ,h, heart, and an infant ton twe d.
old has to mourn the ahM-i,fii,.-,i.:-k 1.
' mourn the absence of that l.irk ..... I
can return,- mother's lovei-a mnth.. MM
aajujmuiu.'inn in seed, R4. clean
L'i" '? 4' CT" " TO, beef 2 to 3,
Ppldy 40. peach do 4J to 50, tallow 7
9 W,' .Xy
B r r
L'harletttn, Jan. d.t(
Cotton 9 10J,
,V 5I-hi"key fll .35, bacon 7 B
.am. II , 13, heir khidofb.gging It I. 23, 1
U a 55. corn An AR n(r.. , . ,,i J, .
Jjwefo.,Unli billa, -.,-peP ttnt?iTxwnC'
per Cent roiu- -
As we have received no nn f,m r-.i
Cher.- .,! rjmv, 'i '
---- iuj wcea. we are nnahi.
iu quote me pncea current
FANCY DHY GOODS STOKE.
co iki n tjs i : n xi ii i.
flHE Bubscr.bm have entered into Copart.
1 n57hiP uder " f A. G. & f. Coch.
ran, and have taken the extensive premises. 132
Pearl Street, for the treettai J 1 Tn ' .
Fancy Ury Good, buaine v
a. u COCHRAN,
fiem.Trk, Sept. 21., Id30.
M-t r j . .
I "d selection, co.TpruM the followinr artirlrt
T " fMqr B,i,ib
twte T-:.i7i:niT;:i,'fT-. r . . r-1
!' hi iNu.iiaiianMatnnpsimitauon. nainf
Blx. Col'd. and chanreab d
w , T "
j-igo. ao,.m urea vanely.,,
001 d'angeable, blk. and blue k. Mir
Mi Illk ,rI? w L!r
.V I 'IIIL..
Crape de Lyotw, plain and flirt! Mn!.!v
w. ...jr..j "
wi i lie iicwcni bivicl
French Prints and Giiighama, and Foulard Mus.
pongees and many other
rUcles for Udie.
aP'? ,nd nkT and Bandanna
i sif ar i
Groa de Naplea. Gauae and Cn. imvc.
LTaTZ . : ;
- , - - - - Bin,
i miaT inn ax in nrnrri ini FanA a i: i
niack and Colored Italian Cravats, Imitation do
Buck, Beaver, Silk and llorsekin Cloves. '
Grosde Naples and Gauae Garniture Kibbona.
Cap and Brit do. of the newest atylea,
Embroidered and Open work do.
Linen Cambrica and Cambric Ifdk's.
Black and -Colored" French" Crapei Worsted
Barege; BrownCotepaly, Uc.
Sewing Silk-, Twisti, Brsids, Fancy Buttons,
They will also have an extensive assortment
"A: " .7 Zr"?? Mot,
f t . r I. !.. r .. . "."'
Lace Veil, .nd shn.U tjul 7 . ,
8b.w, Corner and Merirnr 8
f J cl I. ... -" "He
wr.n a eomptete asaort
d 84. Thibet and Merino
Merino Long Shawls, &c,
A a & r. C. have selected iht.K
i r , v - win,
cfc will be on th3 bVZ
wn,cn. ner tor sale at Io- Bric
IZ 'Ll ff '"T MMI. l0 Prices
fo SnvU. puTaX
it0 . X "
on the moat liberal terms, and most respect.
5 b P-? Wd with care
A'ev-rerk, Jan. J, 1831.
WAR DEPARTMENT, 1
Washington, Nov. 17. mo.
mnton ash bwcbtv msto RKocurioff
fMIHE many impositions which are attempted
JL s in relation to lfcaloii ind, Bounty Land
l 7. " WBW'"" apartment of War 10
estabhidi a regtilation, which declares that no
attention will, in future, be given to applications
f.-om persons: who act as Agents, unless they
are known at the Department, or ere vouched
for as respectable persons by some one who is
known. , ,
Notice of this regulation is hereby given 1 and
that all my be informed thereof, it hreqeesud
that : publishers of the laws of tbe United Hates
In the respective State1 win insert the same, on
ibe'.-.jnt page of their respective tapers for
rhree month. ..
. By order of the Secretary of War. .
J. L. EDWARDS,
WILLI Aw (JORDON, f
F,: t .Vri h Irsajnsy itd Ojre,
jri.m .-.-xmncwruoooa, ma wey-oerieve la not wr. f ""wswj-for BfHK?iZ ju:: rTS ' i
lOTtn loassed bv anv utliee in I n ill rnnntaw Jv
as ' h """v" ann
ward and mike Mvm.nt .' a ... ' " f
cllm, af sinst satje.Ufe.arf
them duly authenticate.!, w.tlun ih ?f)r""1
jcritMMl by Uw, or lb notice witt JL T ?t
bar of their recorrry. b H'!
' JINK Klino-r "z1'
in I i .
Tiroms i)wk,s(ks rloi .
Pf"rMM fie hZSA
t Lower and Teml-.- V ' "Hed
mZV'',, X P . 4 rt"M' h-l I
h" U Mti ,a deMr fi'
I - .
,ner naest faal,ioii
raafimna, and mi
-nd is nren.rl
Prepared to make
employ ai, or .venTr,8,
ra nim to do work on tL i. ' wwt
kind, of CtuZ Z ,hor,Mf '"".
- ""!HJ tul of (armenta .n i.
done on tew modcr X l"riuent be
estate of the UtJnhnai..l " "
llalral.:. .. .1.
How., coun-y, ar the Mr UmwT,!
Cmntr Court of ttcwan. AlCJ,8; ;,f,
tossiderata are herrbv r.,.l!. . " I'ldebir-I
HHIboro 1W.F,, '
Xfamtxeal sk, .atk-iaaw,
Ptlon Qve y,a
t ndiftg Ihe PeS
t, . . .
i ma ififii..i;..u
- "".nun uaa
now been In aur. ..i
tnal10 "i'.0 -S Jiff;-'
ornamental braneh.. Ar p ,. "P"-ece to tbe
Wterm ilZJ.u to all.
i . . . ,,,r r,.c
Two Teachers are IsW.Ul' ' . "'""""W
and it is their JL'T wnl 'chooL
argument, ..fJ bl". but
th't LJ ri!PhLn','Bde,1i de
! h,,J,elb is so f.f ,
ea.c aiurniflisilaar sa ik
ems it proper to Sta'ei
A.aie t t
bim.' ly, ,7,;;; " ,0. nb,
.ft upil e", -"'
h "re, w,l ei,ber D9 ,.keI . "Xti
I III. nm.n.T...i . . . - ...WW li.MMffT rr.
ji" T w else n ael i -ti-:..i" L . .
i -...ui, - r
inv.M:.k. "v "m nim a n.ri-ni.i
1 r"Ci'ta and Cuarifi.'ni
Ttmto( Tuih.if p.y.tIt , ld
-l.ta vMrt-rar--- :
u. . " u.
f Milril i.
S" i f ",Wr "W f Ptf ,f f
1 -neiwt 'rL--j-ii--r!--- -
I - - I. Vl . Ifi.l w.
f , " i DBQ tfj tilt hjtft T ' 'V ' at ' t
I Pee at K W....I. r . m, of the
""ru an be had In t
g wood, cana
cr'? tl N" C"'i" iourn.,'
i aw isi 'Hi
Time.. T. "TV ocate, . Wa.ln,,-ioii
was ur r a jiuisir. in . .
,t" oore'ur times, and send ihei. . .7.1
." win rieaso iiiaert
line I l.un,.. a.r .L ""'UlllllB1
nry--- iwre-rem.U Semi
i be moderate i,.. nf ".1 T. "
State of .Nirtli Uatuina, :
Tones COCXTt. f "
..-Superior-Cmrt of Laic, r
octoaaa tbrd. 18.M.
three l?k. n J" Vb" f '! 0,,,'r,1
Mr WILLIAM StfOJFt , 'I
proceed ftrtakf the dwrt i 7 "
Hill and 19h days of Mawh h..i-.. " 1 -
iy ot Btoaes, the depowtions of itirl . 1 - -
mf "eno to cjrou examine if v. h ,
i9ecer-20iA, 1830. " Ev -W, .
- Tsnaf, 18J0.
peanniMo the sati,rf.r;- .-r ' "? '
defendant Is not niSSSSuS ffJiTK
fendant .ppe.r ,t he next fluperKJt ,0 b!
held for Rowan county, at the rZZ Ti
Salisbury, on the 2nd (I '"A "?".?
... uvicinucr next, an
r in War.-h, A. O. uiJO.
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