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Nov. 28, 1831, edition 1 /
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Wrilmirvrcmr,i ;M tut
AgreeeLi)to freTi. ; ' ,
ad hkhly respectable (..wtuuj H.
..fltowtn County, fnofvlfyto .
"" I I'raiiw
lpPou.ted Seerttary. 1 ho oljcct. c
, . '- 'n exhkbcJ from
Ltcd ty 'u- coi:;tririiBt by a
Retina bcl4 on Iho 3rJ iintant fr that
dcr, - . .. . .
ii, plate, and to bu. iww " v
,haUchoe a PresUent pro tempore.
IV. Tb Secretary alall record the
traced "til tctiam of At 8c
, ' '
Tr Tbe ert.UUhment of tbU Society
Ung far tb. promotion of P1.'
dpcuaIUetbkt aU U member, abould be
faiwrf" Tberetbre opr.
son should become a
not in &ror of Internal Improtcment. by
the Stater Who ia not in (aror of im-
Lwviig tbe condilioa pfjb T?Pll&
.ucourtgfmnt of Schooli, and by the dif
fusion of uacful knowledge among them.
rrancMtKlwho lumaclf Unotof good
moral character. . . J,4
VI. The annual routings of the Socte
V hall be held on the Thursday of Oct.
Superior Court in the Town of Salisbury j
at which timaVpuUic addreis on the ob
jects of tho Society ahall be deUvered by
some member previously appolntpd.
VII. It ahall bt he duty of every mem
berto promote by all proper means' in his
power the objects of tle Society that
iiitari'ta't impwementa by the State,
fichool, and Education, habita of moral
ity temperance and industry, and the
discountenance by precept, and example,
of ilia contrary praCticea and principles,
I admitted on "wtion by a majority of
the members present.
IX. The President pi this Society
nd in case of bis absence the Vice Presi
dent shall have power to convene this
Society on giving due notice at any tme j
lie may choose.
Tlie following resolution, (in liou of the
one rprmrttfii hv ih r.nmmittee appointed,
p. r- j ; "
t the meeting hold on tho 3rd inat- pray
ing the lagiulatufe to cause a survey to be
made for a Railway from Beaufort through
the centre of the State losome point in
the West) was then offered by Joseph
Pearson, Esq. former Representative in
tWrcss from this; district, viz :
pfohicdi -That a 1 committee be ap
pointed to -propose a memorial to the
'iencral Aase&v now iiltintf, .praying
hat body to Moi a or a
Itoad on the Ciairactieable routc from
Tayctteville ta sfiWe point on the Yadkin
River above the Narrow, and to have an
estimate prepared of the probable cost of
A debate of kcvac !nfflh arose upon
this resohitinW. It wna finally disposed !
r.fK ....: ... Mnit and !
- - a ..'
earrm.1 .4 v unrdfl of
i, igjini; uui uu in" ,r".rr
tho resolution nftor tli word " Rosol.
i r i
1 ; M...
.rn- f ' ' !
al pito tUin.l ilial Mr. C.i! ' . i
iKuk'f of t!io 'Vn-fp, mil Mr
1 Vr Pt!ier of
Hi both risiJciits of i
Mr. Clay ew'te a largo arnogi.t t fprat-
, t. 1- it- J- in.... J
. V , , ,
rvhi5itiint attky esn be, and such is
ua ewncnrcm anKwg mem mat 1117
-1 can.- without much nmutiira diflienltr. ntui.';
can. wunrjtn tnuca dumiivs aaiicuuv. mm.
. I tcr cvrrv Vnan t the puili it the ruuinc;i.
a nnvi lha Afrn, m ilwa at fr .b.at lltL
he can Lo . reflected w eaitiy that m es.
' . . :
rrnui.itfl H for-
i, . ' .
iJackion can bo ro-electod without
uuiilJcrc(ic4' on Ilia ot!icr. mid (jtritiial
. . . .
AlthV tU bs the caw, yet the friend
-r.i . . . 1 1 . . . i 1 1 :
. r , , , ' l the true apint of tc froe trade doc. i Mrnfy, farcical, kiod-hearted Vrtd wltere
ifegt more seal for it. Gmd. .Jaciaoa;trlaej( ,Tha Writcf u ajvokiof tljetwo'am tky haunti, and wlal thy pa-rtimeaj
w ft m rtpi.irii civ i , urn 71 rt i 111 111 iw aiy if n in j
wiU U made an argument to prove the de.
cline of Cotd. Jacluoa'a popularity, and b
thia manner try to extinwish, in aome do.
.. - - .
t tha tJ.T Ar' hi Am ' Arhk a.
gree, the Usze of ah tame. Agaijwt a-
, ny American oywern canaiaata lor tno
Presidency, we thiak, ifOeneral JackWa
popularity coukl be Curly tijsted. it would be
Cvl tohave increased to a erv conaid-
fixwd to hae mcrta-d to a Very consul
eraUe hcighth. :' . .
The people are beginning to open their -
eyes to the corruptinj influence of the A-1
0 . . ... ...... ...I
rocricin System , and to the dangerous
;. , , ;
counsels of its founder and supporter, j
Ther have disicovered thai the System is
unauthoriied by the Constitution and high
1 impolitic, inasmuch a. it is unpropiU.
A- . . 'er.
country. the very soul of our commerce
with the world. Commerce and agricul- njUtuaj tod equivalent measures, pre
rure are so entirely dependent upon each serving if entire in all others.
other that the one can not exist without ..--..m" 1 "... "'n-r--l-i. 1 I1"1'"1
the other. GOSSIPINGS, GAY AND GRAVE.
Convention will nominate Henry Clay as
the candidste of the American System
party against Andrew Jackson the can-
didate oftheFreetr.de party, n the Uni-
lea ciavcs. j oon wm iuo airciiui
nrt;M 1 ii,,d with sufficient certainty
horrence the aristocratic doctrines of this
monopolizing party is held. Will tho
1 . . f. hm Pnnui.iAnrv
i ' . . . 4 r i .
who is m favor of manufactures.-of a
monopoly which w
spirits of 76-of a
enliirhfened and free
vntein which enrichce Uhe few and
makes tlie many poor I Who does not van wit is to be reckoned, as they do ru
know that immense- treasures have al- pees in India, by the kck! Ahckl and
; Trnvnolbwrayor-the fowa-fet:
ready been heaped up, and must con- &t , Thcir gibe
tinue to increase, by the manufacturers ambog their songs, their flashes
of tho North! Who does not know that 0f mafriment, their puns and Am m',
r. :ii fi.n tw.otil! j nft aharn and pointed aayinf;s,
Who ta. no, know, if a. virlu, of.h.
people bo sopped that Freedom must 'u"
for virtue in the people is i only
upport. When people become corrvpt,
pending evils by on uncompromising op- l0 be olwavs jokjng : aii epicure- has
position to the American System parly nogQecUre he ie unmade, and eventual
dnd thcir cahdidate for the Presidency. lv tlished by made dishes; champagiw
anu their cai U!) finer fts name when once it hegms to
One more signal defeat vH break up e m. hif,jcgt3 die because he
their ranks forevei-for they are held JU-c 11 v . J pood things have
together by a very slender tiireau.
":"Zr Tlie rJ-"kJn Candidates suecee d
. . . 1... v.., VM-lr AWtions. This
wrt in tne imu
.1 iiitnlliirence. and
13 CHUvimi: e
tIiC false prophecies 0 t e -tl te-y
of tho administration. "The just 'jbpJ;hn r at hia own death. A
prevail acainst the unjust." hort life and a merry one,' is a wish
1 j . : much oftner expressed than felt; we sej
. hoilf t construct n ,iouslv desiderate the merriment, but we
OCT They, are ab,.t to c at the shortness. And
rail road at lorence m au-.. -
... f,f N. Carolina.
Stoic IB l no mn " . ., .
r n ;n;tB ;nfancv it is ahead of tins
Even w its lniaiicy
State in the maiter ol intprnal tfnprov
1 1 f
is ml J.
I liCn lis Jul I:. y
It i.fl.-u t:. ii LruiteJ without ra
I'm or sultrily thnt Mr. JdTlrton in a
rrport which hi made wliilit Sccrctsry of
trofthe general jrnemmentto protect I
'Mtmwam. iJiniuuinum. in mrr;iiofj
that part of the report which conta!.
dumestic inanufjcturrs." In rtftrenoe to
.... r 1
m??tmS admiwon of the protectin-f
. f r-.jn.rw-v v. .. '.
. . r-r -i. rt.r"irV"TT.'m
n .u ..i .ri;vi.n r.-;,, .r.i.
- u it aietrcuouru lo an? unnreju.
. . t . ,
". , ,w c,f - f. Bur
uMi UK) L'oiku (ji au turnout, iut iinnoaej
' i;J.r.-M(:J-. Mt,:,t, ..r. ' .
;v vt Mt wiia fyj;w
ia mcreir ijkiuciiiai io mw.n cuumcrfaii
..J.. :. 'l- . li, I. . . . :i
. . . ... . ....
i'i uu.itjj, not at uicir primary oifxi?
ivy t" . ( "!
"ill ! !
!i-.n f i: ' , , t.v .
.. iril IV. 1'. c. iv . :
i, r. . ' f N'ii en, ity
"factor let tbe full swing piwge frvtn tdiea mice wipplied London with bad puna
:th aame report arfk hia winm. It fo'anJ mx himy.r fr tho whole tcusou?
nnuiiiini in a w n f n i 1 imi mi n?a r 11 wia '
friend, irrangemenU are the most cUi.'tni to what 0
Lie. Intead q( flibarrawing commsree" cure far the
with piles of recultions, duties, and pro. Swreti won
Ti Mnwst Trnm !! t( Love all. ire t
biuitiotis, could it oo renewea trom an ns
. . -t. . ,
a af a S a M I
emycoun(ry employed in prodticing
that which nature has best fitted it to pro-
duce, a, J each U free to exchange with
others .autuU euppliea for mutual wants,
, twt wotlW tbll, U
tA rfAoae iM which eoti'rl'-ile
ta jjf0 human huapmew; the numoers i
ol mankind would Iw increaiedr and their
... ... 1 tr..ii
,;rt kjim w tk tha United States, this
nation beiin with the United States, this
J xt WOuld be adriasa.
A ymn it with that nation: sinee it
is one by one only, that it can be extended
toaU. Vben VltlSu.
bv way of impost, on commerce, its free.i
"J f. ... .FZj.(a ; k.. .H.i.r J
By a rilffctftamloiw
jt jg had enough to survive one's friends,
but it is still worse to sun iveoiieaolf. Oh!
that the wags, the wits, the peasant men
jt tliear dusiiim to -ifii im laoio in a runr, :
.hru.td tCome old and stale, lika some of;
.1. a kM Lrir sHftiiM fH
M"o;"a , J., ... j-:;.,,, f .
amjet'B BUthor, whPn he atiifms that
.. . i tw.ar.la ihnt thir
i. .iui their eves mirelnff '
faces are v.nnkM . their cjes R n
J f ham8 r 0h ! what a foil-
ir;. ,,,! when the wit of a r de
" ' wJetlT out the" scablard. It is
fc egsicr td make bther? forget Ume,
ii .11 "'t ... n a a ft
tiau to prevail upon 01a
one into his mouth that none came oui 01
it ; his stomach l so ticrangoa m iw u..v-
hiation, that his clon makes a point of
ends in his being laid down early : and the
ban v van, who has been always num,ng
- . . . . .1.4 IA Una liAAn
Li . Ata at lust that he has been
make long taces si - -
, u4. rM n with a cood grace
vet it is better to rehre with a gooa
T u;w and intellectunllv, is
wuen our uw.v
fairly up, than to suiter ibwh,w
c-n.porius for dilapidations: better even to
i h knockod bout the aafd a
fairiv up, than to sutler nature ..10 wwv
lainy u , . Mf!1, ...en t0
,l 1 1
ij I ,
1 1 .
1 1 "ft
i .f l:. 1 1
f. t fjuuntf.!, t
. . . . ii e . i... '
. , - ,
tier, w itlimit whom iwcotit iu... --riir
drewe, C'Mni!-t, n Lw;jl..'r--Uvii;r 1
gut)! nirf ff cor. .fu.l cri'jv ti..n
land Ciicliimmii-.m, no dncr fj'init, co:i?i
dyjit that tln'V l! ni l f ni'Y a rrul inh I
:A:Z .: 'Z:
i.n tKrm rnnvul.i. tL t,.-n. now I
hear of them no more, or. only raixly aod
fiintly, like t' oten of tho cJi:tunt cue-
-- ' ' ' ----- -
!. II IIU U(i Jf ll4 l"-i Kim..mt
am! puVd avv i), 'ira-therrVirlUnuw,
hcriii aroujiiljLViUliurcl.wi.h a ihort
. .. . -t l Jl...it ..a it.o'
koo.- Iiitre tney hw inuf taiii ir.n.a
poirfh'imous crlclrity, in elUit that they
mat rxperirnre the truthrlf Pope'i wtl-
ancholy epitaph I j . '-.
"Uu in tint sttond t.f t when brrsihV
Hie tH.tr tilth wUi lutirtit tfier dihf
r--. Iiial'h, smt lit for tliii itay mM rulgB,
Unwt ih Uuu't but Im vt f"e !
Ihf jrrrt mtn'icant i'hHit t'.r n endure.
It.-ir-ft ffftitd 1 tml ffls'if J wor,f
O whero has time, the creat exorcist,
aid thrm? Shall we find the in, Uka
tiwt roicanona, 'add, dulf,' eilont, and
ffllaxliless. forbid it fun, trvlio and tkney.
I it in the Adelphi that we are to seek
.a a a - a" a . "
ii in lira auvi'1U iwu ci hi. 'f
-i. in km 1 . a kofiiv ri wnw
heart-ache T These , art
rth kaowinifVand these
I UA -11 MM il.aai aM savl,.Ak l.A aikMlM
P - .Drodue hut' MSchod , of Reform."
Pfxir Alilra PetArl Your mutual chum and
crony. bo would have thought that a
writer epilogues, which coin Ut,
should go first ! and would you not unite
with me in the wish, were uch a-pyro-
technic k prodigy performable, .that "U
might be blown up again by eomo a. bis
era of bis sun iving comrades and com
petitors might once more enjoy tus aocie.
tv. siuid the fiashinir wit and soarklinjr
champaign wliioh first gave such a cbarm
to our symposia in the urcen 1 ark.
Such an explosion as this, would bo deem
ed tho unpleasantest report that had .utter
ly reached my rusticated esrs. But
could ho thus revisit tbe rlimpsosof the
moon, should we be in cue to share and
enjoy his hospitality t Were he even as
lively as he is deadly, would our spirits
keen race-whh hia 1 Alaal I fear me
At. Time, perchance, has made some of
TTTcrafahed, without givmytw the crabs
nower of cinT backward i nay, instead of
allowing us ti) rctrogrado towan'a our first
childhood, he - if perpetually goading us
forward towards our second. O the ine.t-
he c.ni.t rob u, of
' r' " " ' , ' '
for wit, which is more than all can say.
What remains to ua now old. : I roar
aclvoa. it was once vouns and attic. -Fit
.mut I am proud olHia word.TjVherJ
i a saucv vouiic Lemnian renroEched ttl-
can with hia lameness, he drew hirflsUf
. , . Uim-d-
'Earthly insolent! I got it by falling
from Ilcavon !"
Married. at YY auzhtown. Mokes Coun
ty, on Thursday tho 3d ulL by the R.er.
Mr. Pl1ol, Mr, Charles Mock of David
son, to Miss Maria W. Tranmi, daughter
of Peter Transu, Esq. of that place.
In this Countv. on the 17th inst.. by
.... j v -
Adam Roeeman, Em. Mr. Jacob Setxer
to Miss Nancy M. Rodder.
In tltis county, on the, 10th ult. lWr.
William Crosby, in the 63d year sof hia
' ' ...li.!. J..I
age. lie was a gooa ncignoor, an uiuui-genlr&ther-aniiA-worthy
Wm announce with treat Wtrret, that
our vonerated townsman Col, ELDRED
SIMKINS, Sen. departed this life, altera
HnircrinT illness. ' about 9 o'clock", on
Thursday evening last. Our whole com-
miimtv mourns his loss, tie was ine mo-
vin amrit in all our public enterprises
the head nnd ornament of o;ur social cir
cle.' In the responsible relations, heat
various times sustained to the country, in
many important public ollices, he always
nvMhifffd irreat - intcliffcnce. ' patriotism
and integrity, and in tho private walks of
life no was most active ann assiauous in
thedischrgeofall his duties. We dare
intrude upon the scanlify of his family's
grief, but we may say, that his friends
sorrow not as thosewithout hope. Their
in ia hia eternal rain Our readers may
exoecrticiieafter, some notice worthy of
hia ffrpat merit. . i - ' .
n I..J.IJ ; .I.1-.- (.;,
' I " i
Cfitf.'TJ HI f '
I roa . .
M Jji e
IVrohoilccn no virialiou in iht l ay '
lev ilia and Columbia 1'iicta since our ..
- - - -
'. DJlXMlCUlR Y-DccU,
. ....... j
HAVING qualified, at November ' .
Hcniions of Rowan Countr
Court, as .Administrator of the Ha r
late ( the late DaoM CUry, decfh, '
I htrebjr request all pttiool .hevinj j
cUims aln,n stid estate to present" "
them lor payment legally autbeatiea
ted, within, the time prticribedbjr V
law, w this notice; ill, be plead Iik ' r
bar if their rrco? cry. " AH ptrsona
indebted to the crate are rcqaeiteU
to come Toward aod make trumcdiaiv
payment, .' , ; - '
x JAB. DOuGHERTY," Mmf.
.MP. 2iM, 1631.. , J- tA IAC
ADMINISTIIATOH'S J SALli
WILL te sold, in thii' Co'u nf en .
Mondirtha itiK rUmSir
"ai, at ihe duelling house of ins U14 -Wililorn
Crtrtby dee'd. . w r
tit propanr I sid decemd.', Ala.!! 1
hmnnne'i.d plice, a'uoniber nl
tl aniai tO a a aa Iff.. . II
y""! aiTfc.-jus, oarxp, a quiaU.
jr. ot Coin-ami Wwtt, .d iu0 itoutchcdtl
nd aitcfcen furnltaret fottolnj? menslU
kc A trtdii uf twelve months will to
.iiven." Bond and approi cd securit wUl J
m required. ' ' '
; 3tl ' ;J ABIES CROSBY, AdmY. '',
I7OR the .enwrg y..r, from W 10 ' " y
u Huil ul iIib (in!, I . 1. 1
U4mCreck. AloDigorncr-Co.Appl.i,, .. ,
the ,b.:riberat W.-II Si.uKhu,'.li
3tl : JOHKJOWEL. V "
. JVOTffrTiS i
i-X-Ahaxes i f the CtaiulJntgu-
.1 the State Bank, of XoitfC.Mii, ,.1 05 ,
ue name cf Thorn., 'Oakt,;- cn. of . -
Kf7n County N.C, hfinKbecn mlji'
Id. Aoiice is therefore hereby' riven ,
V -d persons concerned, that 1 shall ap.1'-'
Ib oidcnrf theaaidBnkr eil
t-er in uerion or hw j..
" - j
person or bk'anf. tn ;..
AVfLLfiir w. f nvn ;
Administrator cf. the
Estate of TUUMA&
OJKES, sen., deed, . A
WF offered for sale on tbe 13 in
)etr nt Nnrtnan flialn A-.i f .
Rro boy named Jack, some corn and all tho
rest of the pi ope it r bclanRbe to said 1
Estate. Due attendance and terms msdV
known on the ds of mle by rne 4tt r
W. MONROE Mntr. with the -' m
mil annexed .
November 52 1831-. "
State of .VoyUv CaroWna.
WILKKS CO NTT.
Court of Mens and Quarter Sessions'
OCTOBER SESSIONS, J831.
NEWEL FORTNER andothers is .
Bnnslf Brns and others I Petl.:
ion fori distributive share-Whetcaji ir
is made to appear to the t-ouft that Ed-'
ward Barns, Jnmes Barns, Joshua B irov,
Cliih Barns. Susannah Barns. E'izjhethp
r.Bi... ai3nt)tf,ff.a and It al W il.K a' t
K Ul lllfcl , l.a w.i .uu i.uuvii iuiit.ii.1 .
or tome of them are non residents of tbisT
cd by the,,
six weeks'. "
..ii . .. '
Siata : it is therefore ordered
Court that notice be civen for si 3
in the Wr stern Carolinian to . said.noni
residents thai they be and appear at our
next CourtofPleas nd Qu4er Sessionsi '
to be held for the County of Wiikctat -the
Court House in VVilkesboro on' th
fifth Monday in January next, then and
there, to make themselves parties to said
pennon ; otherwise it ui be heard e
pane as to thern. and judgment, and dc
cree entered accordingly.
414 R. MARTIN, e. w. tl c. .
A few reams of writing' paper for talc at this
(V!tce, st S-J 50 per reain, k Tew reams at
09. aa.l a fmni I.IRII flf twannitii. . . . I. . ....1J
I Hff.v . " I T KTi ,.;T.:.
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