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Tt i even WIt u !uii (mm U,
'11. . , I . . ' .1..!.. ... I .
4 in wiHiiiirn w irgwimnm ray
w K l'wrnr w,
fc-uu in j! railing
and ir, tVra,., fc r
, , f ' , ' , , i 7r, i fanning
; wusnunv, now W coittv;"n.c ... .Monday mil
rvo'r, . n . n i.
I'ruro I be Huotsvtlle (AU.) Democrat
We furnish our render to-day with the
' 'fotJi'rt -f SfrVniynj'tfrirful arz
IftrtH w tha -Senate 4.,t!.a IgulM Slates,
anuii-4 the protect it t polity. If thrift
(r! niy among "x. who are iv l thorough,
ly convinced of ljtir and oppres.
.m Ml thie 7w Wi, , -P nC
rtitt of the country, to tW-.x4ie
rMinn and bounty f the other,, kt
L h.ar Mr. HVm and doubt no more
t .... ronfi-luiUlv honed and Mieved by
ifl parties in tb 8titb and West, ihst,
when Mr. Clay wui elected to the Senate
ef tU United State, bo ami bis coaojuiurf
.n,i!Jimut ti auch a tnxlifiptio. t
lntSi!uta rhwtilitjrawi awuuujn,wnii:ii
.u .l.ii.m o umu It to mmry.- lUtwe
laiMi of woctcty iknt bear the heaviest
liirthen of tlie government both, io peaca
war We nvaa the middling and
H,rvr c!ttt Iw'va Jung felt, jes, aeu4.
liiy felt, the injuftice of the ayftem of.
toVlieTlJlitwtt tiii uiJaced "rtcnf'td
wfT'raa a tviU were u3'rab!et
fitrtLer riian Uii, firlaranca would cet
la be a virtue. We mar aay, in we un-ptw-jo
ofwur Dill of Right s M In ererr
tioi4-Cr redrea m the most humble
hrmii our reneated petition have beco
-mwrni by rppctted injury." Nor have
vo' wantitirr m atteutions to our
Nirthfrn brt-tlireo.' We have warned
lbKin from tinw to time, of attemptr to
axte:d aaunffarrautahla juriiicti(rti. jw J
m,- have apot-alod to. their, aanve
in.) nti(J m:i"iiunnniiv. and we nave
conjured them by 5o iW of ur comraoft
iimlrod to- uWow thoae uiurpaUonn,
wTiicTwill Inevitably di-troy-oir Uaioii,
our eonitection and corrcfpondcnce: They
Tiave1ideaf to the 4roioa of justice.
Cod crant we majr w4.be driren, w the
1aj rtrtrto-aay with .our..ancworfl
We must, Ihercforj fti-fjuience io the
nrrniiritv which demm-S eur eparatioa.
m.rl hold (htm. u w. Iiold tlio, rest of
nmtikin l, t icwits - i rar, ia reore
frih,"--Vr have inked ttf te rhevl
n.w Uj duty oo the'abnolute nccessanes
- of hfeo' thour artielee with whfch the
(armor, lh ;1au!or aod l!a roccbanic, the
pHte? and ua aequiMUo oi wuwu, m
retry cay uicreasin! ni tuuvi mm ucn'iv
las hit rrofiti.rTUe poor man humbly
a J Io be permitted to purchase his aalt,
hi ironVstoel. suf. coarre woVJIons;&!.
:..: &c., off .'.'e'lUal. Jorrni witlr aia"toorthcro
oiirkbofi i .Mr2clayTajoswer' FinTwith
An oivt io repeal e aury .on sn yoiu
- rimt , 4i dj s;rielee f luxury,
popiurned almont exclusively by the weal.
" thv ihus innklni: tio rich richer; and the
' I4 IV frfrnrfi a -nfft, ya staenr o
"ff'ArrirA toaiCtfcji incrtast, ike jor'$
Tit ymir to judge7 hov wide the liiiuts
Hand, ,. ;
& tier en a tplendld and a lappy land.
In the last of f January number of lite
Xi-rth American . Review,' the reviewer
(the author ot the lutev Baltimore addrew)
Acting io concert with Mr. Clay ai the
cam of ' opulent' manufactures who are
LiiUnij it over 03, ejrt&king of reiealing
the duty on these luxuries, savs "Tli
1 difFironce in their prices, resulting from a
. repaul of the dutie would be hardly fell
as an advantage by men of Isrjre proper
ty. . Bull there aie numeroua families,
, , 'comprising, in fact, what may be called
the inaAs of the commuuity, whoe incomes
are limited, end who cannot ef!ird to pur
. chase those articles, 'excepting at certain
7 filiated price." ; NoW.' tho trath" is-Mnd
.. Mr. Everett and Mr. Clay, and every oih-
Sr jKj'ocafQ of. the Taritt knows it is the
. truiU that the most of the commraty do
niiuat these articles at any price.. They
7 are only t foe the .backs and mouths of a
pampercdiari9tijicracyl auch as theprotee
tmij system is; every day, generattn jin
this cquiitry." And ' if this once lappy
country be doomed to the same fate that
. boicl the' ancient republics of Greece and
Rome, internal distraction, division and
final subjugatioa by Tofciga power, the
' . aauses may be traced to this) very system
anilthm mammon of unrighteouMioss, the
1 . Vaitod States Bank- - They both lead di
. .tfctly. totliB ..establish ment' of artificial
disiiuctions'amonir men, that aro iucom
- - pafible with a re publican furm of jrovern-
Oif ot. They create wealth, pride and ar
' trance, among the - oue class; aad pover--'
ty, vice and ignorance among the other, .
" All fares the landj to hastening jlla' ajprey,
Where wealth accumulates, and men
- decay,1'' Aw
t .The description given by Mr. Hayae of
s -.ves'rjea t'ages and dilapidated towns to
- the HHjth, is no picture of the imagination
, , every day' experwnee attest it truo t and
. and if we are to fiind-.no relief from this
Wstem of Wood-suckinir, then the Lifts-
nigs bought y the blood of our ancestors,
"iT" nine sol w rt
am saiit In Iwwme ei!oiii.-s, e we ,u
mtwri-nce lwccti fjrei-n ,um inmt
o"'rt; ait our hrollirr iftb; Nnnfi
may rtty ,t; tbamtt all (WWfviu
U$m ofwMN tpwtkw from Bfwe thai!
take no pleasure U hogjinj ibe phautotn.
These men, who are asking fudging (loia
ifie givernmm but their rights, are not
degrad.)d wretches, wbnw Rir,ds are ea-
stave! t twr; whw re - addirfnd "Wilt un.
plants of the jtadmiitrati.ifc of their
guvernmnnt IVy are a people Ut'.nr
SJ ami entrrprit Vy have oTtfrcro
tne dUJicuitit-a of the aaire and the fbr
el, and can esily trare hack tlfir blooj
to the shores of ibe atlantic. Thry are
!J-lMrlttt.lteijCJ,-'iea know, but know tleir
.i . """""..ij.
And knjrftwgVfcu naintaiA them."
- PN1TED STATES B1XK.
The filluwins article, fruni the flsrt
forJ, (Ll.) Times, cootaina ' wme Lea
worth attnnthn. .
TAXE3 The doinrt of the A
and Brd of Rclk-f in this loan, desms
l u know bf thw-eMNfimnitT, and
pecially ly the inhabitants ft jlartfrd,
who may b tailed npuo to iiiderunify the
dicers eirwt - any ; ljn precerdiof
wnictt snail be instituted by th.we a no fed
aggrieved. lo If JO tbe &Mrei)r Vter-
mined fo tax the Hark bf the I'mted State
Bail, which was held by rest Jents' in this
towu-ond notice was given is Ibe paper
to that effect. The Branch Bank here
yrascaled epoa to furnish the Awuon
with the list of stockholdere in UartC.rd,
but bo inCirmatioa) was furnished. A rndatiu?
I!i-it Cenrian Io a gfnllmnan in
' hartcMixj i Ha ri i.nr Ad.u ii,,.
ff a? Jf Uiat ww are dMribufrejf Tracti J
, n.n iiMMt smcen ly Irmrf, will
mini fcolin-b South Carolina an.!
tieor:a," that nn.t ulfunstely and twr-
If t. frt fltct tbfL triumph ofj
...v ,. rr, cuwv hi whicn yewr gnir(HH
rw uuw so awutiuiiiy engaged. -
their t'rwe'rsrtiiithmit Wbin( fr oh jli.nl blewings, we are simrk with f.rce
northern Iltpublirani.Tt Virginia
Tjitrs tales an article withftbe fo.
wwingxtrscl frotn a private letter, writ
tea bv ail. Intelligent and acientifir gimtle.
maa .Nnrth of the Potomac, lo whom fhe
itWhitu party bas beeoiiwre indebto.
loan to any &W!'SitiMrtn
J I o iHchned ta beUeve with von that
the wcl-ht of tfts) Swthcnt
tonredrracy, eaa never bereanr be fi It,
nui asauegauve power. , North of the
Potumae there ie no arittca CunNiiimL
kmn to U a Peoide i and we wha ik
about it, are laughed at. Niw;iy.Mi,Ki
mea oof of a hundred, believe thntthf
UovermiHiil : tm tf "tmtimirea pnwdfo fr
iw inai inerear no rantictions imiMd
upui igr.sa, asainst tlie ac compIinh.
ment of whaT a majority may eoncerve io
be C Uie reneraJ - welfare." , I wtbrr
words, the govcrwpent is cwrrMfrsd to be
llotaotidatedTf fate-Hind this is M the
opiniuo ot oar part) but of Iwlb parties.
in hct, loose wii aar tbe name ot IJero
ocrats, are more ultra in their notion,
tbaa those who are -styled Fcderaluiti ',
au iook lorwara to lue period, hen Kh
wy m spertts ot bouthern
ter a addressed U Sir." Bid.llr, Prsl" Rirrt,-wil! be fonoaerby Icgwtating
dout of Ihl Bank, lor iidannanod on thui aay every siwcie. . If the Smith
'')ect ; but Jar. kiddle n-jMioo last tbe j was ushuuumms, and not cut up by local
suKject aao Keen presented to the Hoard, dixsenatona, she nught, as vou suggest,
whodwliiied Jurtiidiinjj the States wih control tbe action of the Federal Govern '
any uuormatioa ta eoabk them to Jct maui, Lv saying, thu'far rialt thoulro
uxes oa the stocks. , Under tliese circuin- sbkI no farther ; but I see little prospect ofj
asanwe tne Assessors octrriuuwa v pux ; uiaaiui4iy,,.A . devottfia W men appears
such stock as tbey Leiievod tbo ouutrl tiiumpU over a dewiua to principles
had and three-fuld the amount. r A anXic & "I can perceive that with B)anrrwho ad
of this fact induced tbe owners to give tbe vocate correct d-ietrim. thev do it not so
Awsmrs ma amounioi n-ir siuca upon mucn lor lite sake ot tru(a as fur the sake
principles" of Aoor end the stock was . of political preferment" .
vMinitv rrnl intn li. -- i - - - - ': '
F y i - "
In 1831 the Assessors put in the same ryrvniiBvi.Mi
rtockagain, butthe Dnaii of mrimlZlZ1
informed that on the 1st day of Octvbtr . htr reJ w,lb nch satisfaction,
moaToTihe itocl UaeJ MlSabTiiT itTwich'pg tha boning of ll.e Viioict.
then befomr te the (wr Hmer eli "-ourt. UoUevrj;lTuaeMr, m
thongh'the Board .'of. 'Eeuefnirpueeii 'tbeT.1"" be haroJucesIhe" subject of incen.
Hranider miKht Lave been lnade ft a fewt"7 putucaUuoa. iue Judge-takes a
data onlv; to avoid liUratioth thev struck :roI,e,L.?"r th relativettuations of
out.of the list about tlOO.OOUi ;i '!" iJ!? " ?wntit.lliearit.
Thi year h Board of Asseseora wrere tMnouuare. just aad. boooroUe. - II oV
satiiad thai the Uafor of the slock wa;aire.a thatthcsttptlUUcaUona are oUeuces
a subterfuge and tmt into (lie list- $CO,000 a" h peace of the Commonwealth,
azawst ooe larse stockholder, aad three, a'w m pnecuiea as miwnwa,aors
at couiunjo la.llle thut coutldJes;
- However unwise und unwst mar be I
; ma systaai xf-thunestw seritulT tt m not
the sword and the brand.- Kor ean any
civfl f arm7 wair rage In any other State
uf this Union, wkbout afTncting, ia Some
degree our own peacesince we may be
compelled,- byear politicarrclationr to
bear a part of the conflict. I cannot but
hope, therefore that our citizens, if any
ot Inetn are so inclined will refrain, in tu
nl havw been lost by p and we shall
.fsiiive to fiyr Urily Jotiip but xevg.-
foldod it. Jast at ibis time Uoncres pub
whed a list of stockholJers m the United
Stalcj Bank, and. theBoajrd..ofRQ.Ii!f dlir.
twe rrd ntuch inRrmation which they were!
coinjienou io regaru. t no law requires
that whetievera UoardoT Kelicrd'.scovers
rorrur omitted by the Asei" fie
same shall be added at. the rate of three
lold per cent, uulo the ner can abow
that the wmssion was by eiiffnii". It ap
peared by the public documents that se'v.
nil persons residing in llarlford owned
stock in "the " United States BanL' and
which had near been taxed.; It appear-,'"". dangerous publications
ed also thai otw person who gaxe nr bis that they will lve Iw ihose, who (bol and
stock io 1880 at 300, owned at thef suiierxromwne calamity, io lino a remmiy
lime cio.uou, arm isw same .. mmivhiuju
gave in the stock this yehf at $2,000.
Th Beard of Relief, required, of each, ex
planation of the mistake : but Ihe explana
tion being unsatisfactory, the Board three
folded the whole etoc JLUhough the
stock Ii4 pf one gentleman exceeds $300,
000, and another 843,000, and "all have to
nav equtvalont to three taxea at ouce, the
equity will but seem hard when U ia. coa
stdered that tittle or nothing has been paid
fbtlff years p$9t:iriK3feite.ijit
.The taxes :M.i.Io.OQl.rvtur.,t0 years
fjrould probably arnoufit to ajt least fljOOO;
and this amount of stock ia one of tkeiw
It wTM,Eji3riiJll W
law bf the State says that Umited Stale
Bmkttockiktui bemttetard sot" fe-swf
the titl at lnpeetntf iit w
although the Courts have decided that the
Bank ot the United Sute4 cannot be taxed
a sush, because, ty this the 7,030.000 of!
niled States property would be taxed
and that the branches cannot be taxd as
such, for States might in this case, ex
clude 4hqm from the States, yet U is ex
pressly admitted by the conrw aao trie
highest elementary writers in thvscotintry
that the proprietary interest of individuals
may be taxed if resident in the Slat. A
charter from Congress gives no more
fii'hti than a charter from a State, and a
bonius paid fur privileges Biieht as well ex.
empt from taxation the I'hoetux Bank
stockholk'rs as those of the Uuited States
Bank. It is also worthy of remark,, that
although the actual residents in Hartford
own eonsfrabla stock, many; .of them
4i" from fe.r plijcc!, and no inqniry M
tlitrHMithei Bank could ever ptme lbiu
rviilenf- citizens of Connecticut as the
laws require".". .. ,' .
Free Trac-Tbe foDowirig is the con
JxSnw 'f ,if hjf WW fa V ".
and , ameliorate" evervthmi? to the eni
iizniene1 sua nninau spirit oiour aa
& to the Aaign iufluence of Christianity."
Ketpectfvfy presented Jor the consiJcra-
- tioa of ilemhrrs of Congrett
Is there any rule of the Senate or House
of Repreaiitatives prohibiting the voles
of Members oA questions directly or indi
rectly, or., pro(iccUveIyKaIE!Ctiiig .their
private interest 1 , .. .,- V
If there ia not, then will each Honora
ble Member, who may be interested as a
partner or Stockholder in any Woollen,
Collon' or" Iron' Manufacturing Jifabtish-1
ment, ask himself, previously to voting on
tin Tariff i"'iti"m,' betlier .mtoMcieii-
tiovslf vr nith propriety he can decide
against a reduction of duties, as be can
but view it in the light of a mollification
ejecting, or destined to effect kit private
wtereai . i
- Laws are enacted for the restraint of
the violeut and unprincipled Rules are
established as a system for the Govern
ment of Legislative Bodies ouivirttious,
high-wiiidud Ceiitlehien require neither
the eoeA.y; other to indicate the way,
or coerce thctu in Ihe paths id honor and
rectitude. . Petersburg' Times.
WHAT NEXT I :
Another fire-braud was thrown into the
Ilittse of Reprentatives of the United
States on Monday la!, ia the shapa of a
petition from Great Britain in rotation to
the Amcaa Colonisation Society, Sla.
terv, d-e. When will Ihe Busv-Bodies of
the Warh! cease heir iiapr-rtiaent intcrc
forence in the afTaire of other People, and
attend to th-ir- own concerns? One would
think Cw Philanthropists ofF.irore coufd
mid, tfdiswwedaeufhVif'flt twll ia that
4uaxU-r (t4 (loU jf tjiS WHvf
Kcts three tHowuuvt miles di.tant. iVfmn
theycVt shew that the lerfs of Ruiwfn. or
eve rlut.-41r-t'. W--Rfiiwt
lltan our Negro JSaves, a-e iy treat Ihoir
rrprrcrjuitives witQ morj , rwHic. in
ihe mean-lime, we' rcbuke-'lbrm in the
l ..r ..i . ... i
Muuukw ui uuc, wikmh! prwp itty veH
I ess wkiiuw.- kmerttesf-frnf rast
me exam om or t'-,,ra ryr.lhtn mrt
inov seettenrly the.vu-te that It M
neighbor's eye.' ' lb,
. rurou,il to public notice nrevUisfv
i . . . ' v.
given, a large and r"iLt.'iIi!e niectinj (.1
the citizens of Caswoll rmmty, frirtidly ?
Ibe preseid National AduiinUtrat'on and
-4WevJaitai i. (JctiL AN t'REW
JACKSdN, te the Prtsiioner, as,U4
wllio.WiUIoajtjfMiid couctv. on
Tuesday td" ApHI eounty muiZZZ,
Un mouoji aiidavrondud, James, Rain
ey, Ivq. wat appDinted r baii man of the
and filai. Paul A."llsrisog, se
arrtHrv. . v '
The oliiert of the nwtinr bavin been
nfiiy siaiou in oauures troin AatbiD'
hi 3. Palmer, Esq. , ,
- On motion of Calvin Craves. Esa'a
committee cowting of Qumloii A oiler-
son, Jahji P.. Bmwu. Paul A; Hiirrison,
John U. .Uurk. UrW Uia. MLea..Df.
JaiiiCK . VVillismaMM and . Nathaniel J.
PaJmenvere appoiiid tooVaA foolt;tioft
expreive of tU sen? of the nwntidg ia
regard to theobjects fr which they were
ajwnmLIed. . ' ..." " "j ', ,;'.' '
The committee afler having rr tired fur
a tew tijinutes, Reported the Jilluwuig r:
solutions, . .
Resalred, Tliat the conCJence of this
nrnning in the faithfulneis and tbdity of
tlie Administration ofuen. Andrew Jack
son remuine. ondiminUhed, atii that tlj
wilt use ail Tairafid tiorioraMu means to
suimort hi r -election la the Presidimrv.
f sofKrf,: That five delega tea be-apfwin-
ted by tlua mceuog to, meet aucb as may
be appointed bv the Counties of Stkts ami
Rocklughamai Wtotaorth on Tuesday of
the next suitormr Court for Rockingham
countv, te nominate some fit and proper
person of this district to be rmj on J he el
ectoral ticket fnemily to tbe relction of
uen. Jacksorr,' It the election in Novem
ber next.-; t.-.- . .
The .treiobj'tion's after being read were
utuuumouslv adiptd by the meotiiig.- ';
Ibe toISowing geiitlemon were then
nominated as dulucates. l.v Quiutou Au-
drsoo, Esq. Vr James lwVV illiuiruK.fi,
Calvia ffrnvts and John E, Brown, Esq'rsl
nu by athamef Ji Palineri Col. John II.
Qark of Milton, and Dr. -Willis Mi Lea of
TbwronUenMft- were unaaiinmMly ij
pointed by the meptin, as ' the delegates
for the couuty of Caswelli '"'' """ "
The tollowing resoratrotr wailrrtrowiced
by XuihauwIJpalaior, Eq; aad 'ww
uiouslv adopted. '
Die noimuaMoii an1 ajmoiiitineiu ot UIeil
delegata from this district to the national
convention of the friends of the preneut
Administration lo meet at Baltimore in tlie
ensuing month to select a caudidate fir
tiie Vice frosmonry to be run on the tick
et with Goa..Juckon. ' ' -
On motion of Col. Thomas W. O raves,
it waa rosolvod that the proceedings of thi
otatdiog bo,,ig!M)d, by tho chairumn -nod
secretary ' and published ia the Milton
pectator, and that the Ilnleish star -and
W estern Carolinian be requested to re-
publish the same. . :"
On motion of Goorge Williamson, Esq.
the meetiug then adjourned sine die. .
JAUE3 RAINEY," Chairman.
PAUL A. HARALSON, Sec.
To th people of the State ofNorth-Ca.ro.
Itna;but mart ttpedalty-most rf'lhe
county or Johnson, -
-' Tbe undersigned, being grand jurors to
March Term of the Superior Court for
tn county oj Johnson, alter having dis
charged the duties specially given us in
j-hargaj Va4 yiiT iittfiiili'n, ivi yti'irtt-1
Mage ot citizens taken by lot from ; the
dillorent sections of our country, dirSclud
to the custom of. treating with Spirituous
Liquor, ae common with candidates for
public favors and utTices in our btate, and
particularly in our eounty. : In giving to
this subject our best and most cousidorate
attention,. we do most sincerely believe
lhu"it now" becomes hot 'Wy. the duty of
each of us"but of every friaiid and lover of
freedom .n our ..country, Tto a.iptanl
Bfiiotly parsuo a amirs and praetice- that
will most effectually and speedily do away
this miserable, low nnd, Vulgar ubtoio,
At this jMH'Mliar and singular period of po
litical affairs, w c&nmrf but view with
fueling of horror, borderioou despair,the
criils to which our goverument and laws
are about to be reduced by tlie novel and
strange nroceedin" of the day ; and when
We mipfe the influence that public men
have iipu the aontiuienis of aeonunumly
so dentitule .of public iutdligencV and edu.
eatHin are ours, with the practice of
of f.MrfiM power with the trefo vf
that atteuda Ibe practice. In a touiil ry
Ua--4v--fof -tVir pidrftititidiitir.ff the
will and the, opinion, of Ihe f.ition, it
t mge almvs all things' that a practk
so dotniclivs of the undervtan Una. and
so degrading to the thantrter ar.4 hurvsrr
ot boasttrrg fremqn, ahfiitd llnm Imi,' liave
reccivoa iiie sauctKii or approval o any
wormy aiaj fem-ijurat iimQ. And we do
believ,thaf.'h-ri nroaerlv btoutlit tnlh
notice and eppliwj t the feelings of mir
couutriuioii.iiwre will be Cmd but fu
very f.w who ail! oilier from mm m con.
deuuiins it as richly deserving this ktid
or iHiUw reiMire. ,
, . ...... . ,
We are well aware of (It sistor of our
. .... . 5 ,.....
law airaiLtst Una f lwffim- ml ,mtm Aatmi
. . i - i j
d;p,.tuat ..It.HneiiJf mforend nor
scspvly known U-Cii,!. .tlmaJl nnj
becou ui'rOL.fjqiiKsr itb ill pnitoii.
end we hope it will be eufuicvtl," ho ail
in re pullili two N itsscctMis. ,
Soc. . If any bcron rr trnona shall
treat with tflhor meat or drink. w anv Li v
of election, pr any diy piwious thereto.
witn an intent to mttswueti tlie election;
every pers.m ta nfll-ndm shall forfl rt and
pay una bundrcd pounda, the one half for
tli in t Ihe county where Ibe same ehail
be recover., to be paid to the Countv
Trustoe, the other balftelLe wan of (It
"X-Mo who klwtl sue for tbe tain, to be
recovered by action of jkiiA in any court
of rvcefd Lavuix cogaiiuiMe Utcroof, aith
4.4 IL sl.sll be the dut v of th
SherbTin each 'and every coonty io this
Btut annually to' puUikh this act, by'ad-
rertmmeat-ewd reading the ame at the
Loart iloiwa , floof oa the Brt aad second
days of the County, Court which shall
happen previmn to Ihe annual election, aad
el on the duT:rnt tleys of ehx'tions, jiu
der Ike pmtally vftweuty-peund tt eaih
and every neglect.",. , '
, Th is the law oh the subject, nasW ia
f.1'1 lJl1 slJ i JOtuit jtliei
period lias arrived, for reasofis abtve no-
fed, when jt ought lo be enforced, with.
out diMcriiniaatiwv againnf all who may
be ti'unu violating it., V a are nut to be
understood as disapproving Ums practice of
candidates" n iuiting ussr mtla r for -1 he
varwu purpuaf -wiiug kaowu their
sentiments npnn publio uicasuros, or of be
coming more familiarized 'with the public
wauls .and wbdwa of tikvil.tbtkmtliaoiMt,
or of presenting thoniaelvel and their tab
cuts in; fair eoniariwHi wilt those of their
comiKjtitors for choice and selsutiolw-Oi
the coutraryr wo think this practice iden.
titled and -oirew1mo.ther;pin'ciji!"s''
of owe jGoirnrmaent, and we would by ml
means nave it discontinued i but we see qo
aecessa.ry.:eonnetjon ;betwepi tU;jra;
tice and the other annoying custom of da-;
luginf the land with, ardent spirits, offered
as a price to buy up the goudUGivor, and
vtt.vt , .fie-mttn.t forritripitofaltitt;
raahiotioble bahilamcnts, and this is Ua
real and true intent and nieaiiirwri---- r-
We-ire n4 jeormeeted by ties of associ
atio to trjet wbrtety but V r never
tbules not wss sensible to the devastating
aad demoralizing effects of the immoder
ate us oCHpirituous Liquors,. and. we are
fnemlly to every dm sds that may tend lo
lessen their use. ' We do thorefire uiiaui-
ooaly .".iI".,.V-l. ,"UJ.'
ll'taivr, Not to rote to further er ad.
vnnce tho interest of any candidate who
may mtUr in prnctico prcvinu!) to elections
totho foreointt sentiments. -
krsoM., ,ThAttho foregoing' be null,
itbed in tlie nowsimtiers printed at llal.
eigh. " . t i
John M UM, w tun. I Uomas fartt, .
John. M'Cullers,'. E, P. Srcpbeua,
David Lunsf.ird, AsaFamwr, - -'
Reddin Richardson, J&a. Ktallings,' ,
Jas. Renfrew, ' ; 7 Reuben Wilder -,
Dixon Spivy,- - Ww. II. Watson,
Kit Godwin, . ' John Whitley,
P. D. BnJgors. Asluy .uudois,
II. M. fteiihens, ' Jno. Uaiies, senr,
Smithficid, Johnston Co.;-Marsh,' 1Z2r
..The ?HowTrig parograiih is taken from
northern paper 1 te aires with the wri-tVMvMy-4imxmt.--
Wwndor kww it ill
take hero Oxford Examiner, "
: M It is not simply by a numerous sub
scription list that a paper 14 tft bcatipprt.
cd,' and the interests of ya town promoted,
but by a generous, and goueral habit of ad
vertising: in its columns It is this, which
gives support to a papor, and a character
to a town. But suppomi a paper ' to be
printed here, week after week and month
aAermonth, and noi a solitary trade oT the
tou'ii to amiouiu'e in its columns a willing
news to dtsnoseof mercbtmdise, what would
be the inference out of town I Surely that
there are no traders and no uuirchoudize
hero-."i. .i--v-T..-r.-' -H-:-.if
slfitK lj amiiihla of the immene Irf r r.l '
which they Wijuhl tniqijc i.,,,j,!y t' r I "
from a Central R.iil-UtJtJ (nun llnaulort
44 liiB32.Aiutaiii, w e tun.iiicLi V.,rf. ;
wotili ceroe forward and m it al ta ils
areoiniiiwhoH'nt. Ni-nrly the whole
prodtiri of their !nir jjis wow to Ncw- "
York, ajuf tlie frrij ht an! olhercharea
whirtj it pavf, rnfii ,T',f tt.rir p.t r.i, "
wnft a i".t-R. ..i i.i fr ur;rt, i.i
WDilUilte lt nct Lo ohliiu'd Cr doV
luetic produt f but we coiihl lm 1 1 n.ply
ment f;r a Urge liumir -f v s .els m fa J
king our Naval Stores, C"tt..i.t t. n Eu-"
i"pe, and receiving them e in rxchangw
fjioir theap puH. . Our nn-bahta wrnilj
wlrt Ikf'f-iittut iful.fwftftittl tif ntt0rir. if...
Kirters, to whom thry bare ken paying1. 1
urge i profit fi Urn p nod 'they Luy of ,
them and which ihe r M II .ul urn in tJ l' .
farnters. We bkve n doubt but the o;ic '
tild fo'-riily 4-itiipiuJiaJ,'vtrre il 1m.1
dvrtrfUn with bnlf tW ami. aiih.aLuli ".-
our wighWa araiufl uk pn, 'utj niniil jr .
uitdr.. takings. hrery tinng s In our U. ...
vor. , A perfectly hfVkl ecm.iiy, alu.or.d - - .'
ingiri the best of timber, a 1 a imrt S'i
our coat, unsurpaiiMid in iii Cfness for a'J
eomniercial purpiwefi"I!'-tiiWit1 in beaj.
t turret etsitnstioii; is infinitr-ly at v .V. .1. -
folk, Wtluilu;toii,Charlon,er bava.r.tih.
and ia wahw Iwlf an-dioui'a suk d tliwl' 7"!..
brd oxirnn,, ,, North Carubna a.lj Thj.."J .
blind to hr U ni inlere) did hIi f.nl v(4
accoinjiliiili lliis MiiiNirtaut wnit, at.ij
bone Jo see i midertafeen nl.l n nir h ted. . . .1
.'Our Suin'rior Court tek otlera mit- -..
able opportunity ' fiir' hegimii.g the b.ihj. " ,
nefs of aabscrijition and i thr wilhng- '''C :
wiwr iciinw 'iii7.''ns 10 step 1. 1 war. I ifl
thiit orca-.ion'wj shall be enal.bid to jul-
niwmr tar indulee a "aoisi" of tt.sr-
tarfi I. tkMi (,f tlnl dtVirobla 11
It cannot be qmiblod that ivcv-in erei t the i
road at a Ins expenso th,m our nt ilbir ' '
having the principal insteiiuls sOeotitrn' -
ieill I M aKmntuHl mnA liuil,t B....i!i.l '-
er spirit manifest H!f on our prt, i.or. '
(hern capitalists wrld willingly u..lt wisS '
us in lunusniiig nmjirtCbiaiy Huu.s. IaX.
us then with one accord iwleuv or to j em- -iWOf,'.Ow.Creatcst,iaii-uliy
liave disappesra I, and wa will be. leiI
In our progress t imjprovpmrnt l y ho"rr'. .
flection, tbrd we luvo shak o.'f the .
tby.lkhrck.lai x tr lept.Nxjttli.Carrdjix .
,.. . vfirw-ftt At-utinrt.- .
Central A'., : ...Ttis Sub-e'rir'ticn
Bwk for, Bl(.k i.j ; CuuiiinrnK'iiol ' ""'
at the mocimg ot - l.ia Commi.JioiH'rs fi . .
ttUltounty.iirt Monday wed(, is lodged j
at f the.: Book store" of .' Gaits Ac bwi, V
uUmi ....u 1 . ... 1 . 0 . SI
mr owmi iiifTii i rn nesirous 11 pro ,
tooting a Work as big with impi.itiine. to
tlie,tr.(oj and c.sHcwlly lo Inn purti.,n oi
it. Will l.ll'.U l.i . !l un.i r.
tho coiiveiti.-tHjd el'tfons n-wdtng pi d's.
taut oorU lltd f !..iii.rv ll..LJ .n. J ' '. .
. r . - . , .in . 1 '-' -
t tllft UltiU'in.t I.It..... I..'. ' i.1 t!,. 1,. ' -
T -w-.'.." it.tr,. t
under tbe snjtinteiidence . of JohnM,i -
Husbco, Hansoia Hnitiai; W. R. IV.4 ;'at-,
RbleaJ Stons umlcc-Wr Rolos. Allen Ro-' 5
sers,Cyrua Wbiti.keriat DnaMw0, J.dirr
un'ler , Allen Rogers, John Mia'w, Ilonry
Warrant at CoUrell's, j.mder Dr- Cottittll,
Ureen Iluekaby, Paschal B. Burt . at -.
NewrfunV Store, undei1 Joiuh . CttiJun.
Jamei Newson, Benjamin Mariott. , it
., liokJ at, aubiicription are uUt M-nei
in the several Counties through which thi '
conteinjdated Road will pass. f :', .'; '
lite 'Vottiimmionera lor this Count "
wrve wui if v vV.t W .'ifvil aVWrtVO U fcJU Us wv:v.vii..'
sciijitiou at other places llun t!ms eeutniij. '. '
ed in tho Act uf Incorporation, have)li
reeled a Uook to be opened at Nash Cur .
hiiu-e, nniloftiifl siipViiiiieinli'iice ivf Gun. .
II. Blouttt, JauifS 8. Ratlin. R. Moore. .
JamriU Mann and.Turnerr, Wrstrny.. il-J
'The Newborn fWctatori in 'refcrcrrw , . T
io iris auDjoci, says, " As the weel vt mi , t
Superior Coiiittwbtcb . Ctmimeuccs on '
Momlny Hie lOthe uist. is eonderrd th ,t;,
Uioht' CiVoralfo period fi.r fcrin.iii'-r"tli ! r-
Ceoteral )iad-Rou. before the peopld of- '
tUim fi.. J ...... . ..1 . . 'i ,1.
vvuiiii, ifvi lrTO ,U.1 LUIU inJI-. ,
euiKons win men step lorwiy rj witU a "rit
and seal becoming the occasions. Tins ' "
iu:rprisT rugngi'S m3 ottcniion OI CVi i f , .
uurtiua mLVuh, taUv-aud i bv o' u h4 -
oontirjtHi otne (-"f l country, andthe ''
ficuity t'iroiigli Hi. h it pawn, I!y"all
it rpnuiiiired as the lst, ,b:t hope of
our Mate. " . , , , ia.
.Tub Cistbsa RiitiRoAO. Wehave-
ftublished in to-day's jwper the lotter of
Jtunes V yclie, Ls(. our Btaje Engineer,
containing some intcrestiiig information in
resnoct to the const rue tkua of Rail Roads.
This gen'JUmtfn has viiit-d the Jtaitll ad
now ia progecsi' in South Carolina,' and is
of opinion that one could be constructed iri
3Vingintixiat!nir drink t'i a voter to cen-j this gtate for about tlOOt). ptr mile,
fus liis mind and bins' hispidjjmcut th thei which wnild y'vll 10 per cent on ih uu
dcVrge ifci ocj pi bft viJuaUo jodj-J ney iavtaj, Cou' U fiijv4 cjf fJjvi
The Ctntrainait foai. From 't! .
mountains to the sea, it ia every where- '
ssid that Ibis important ui.dartaking ought
to be eomrneneod and theiively tfitrn'Kt'j . '
whkti ajtpfafs Io be taken' lii tho Mit,jrC"t: , "
gives us bopv thatj our c.itiwna will ci'tn1 '
forward in good earnest and p'ltfhcif i.,i ,J",'
to tho work. The farmers 4" the Z,L-it ,
are the men whose interest will lie in. ' '
promoted, and frora them liberal sub"-,-- 1
lions ought to. be expected. , The ext.. i t. L-r.
dinary success which has already art; "
ed the Ohio, rud Bu'.uv're Rail-road 0411'
inagr.eat ,,deree, to give confidence tor
thih work, as t'iat La yieldad, it is said
nearly Thrrt h nirri dollars a day net, - '
over all et ni s. Its' coinj.k'em w ouht '
raise tho puce of produce nearly or quite .
double tl!t of lund i stay -emigration, and
impart . neat life' and spirit' oft!iwho& '
State- We irnVttiis week, a f-urxu
)fit aX CIiit V
J,-. I. A