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organized, would give a strength to the executive
.,i?h.iritv. which the other branches of the Go-
now protects us irorn uie imuiiiy to ran oespousm,
m L..B.I! j ?
but that decern reapeci ir iuihic opinion, ana ior
the example of former Presents, which occasions',
t lite end of evefy eight tfars, an unsettling of
parties, and a partial removaAoT incumbents., who,
jf let alone, would, fancy thaiall the office under
the Government were their especial and unaliena
ble property., The slightest countenance, there
fore, gven any man or Urty, to a measure
' fraught with such 'destructive tonsequences, ought
to be visited by. ao unequivooj display of public
execration, f " ' .-.
And whilst on this subject vpuld it not . have a
jiappy effect in quieting the apprehensions of those
who dread a Presidency for lifejf Congress would
at ooce propose an amendment A the Constitution,
declaring that no individual shoild be eligible for
- third term! Such a measure; brought forward
f ia Congress at this particular noment, would at
' least enable us to jud je, what ia be feeling of that
, fc,dy on the subject. f
Coach and Carriage Making; &c,
. In Salisbury, by J. W. Kilney.
HIS Shop ia on the Main Street, between the
Mansion Hotel and the Western Carolinian
,.; Printing Oflke, where he is prepared t make, on
h short notice, and oit the most reasonable terms,
every description of Vehicles, from a stage-coach
-down lo a wheel-burrow.
i 03r" A large stock of ready-made Work always
kept on hand, for sale as cheap as an v.
IEPAIRINO in all its brancW wiir also be
pramplly attended to, and executed in the very
test style of durability and neatness.
Jan. 17, 1835tf J. W. RAINEY.
rKOUTli CxlUOLINA STATE
FIRST CLASS FOR 1835,
T be Drawn in FayctteTille,
On Friday the 30A of January, 1835,
t ON THE POPULAR
STEVENSON & POINTS, MANAGERS.
1 Prize of 6,000 IX)LLA11S
1 of 3,000 DOLLARS
... I . ot-ZjOOQ 1X)LLA RS
18 of: 1,000 DOLLARS is 12,000
12 M of 600 DOLLARS is 8,000
13 " of 800 DOLLARS u
1 of -200 DOLLARS ia
MLL.f - lOO DOLLARS is
,v ioa " of
. 141 of
,ooo iif :
60 DOLLARS is
30 DOLLARS J- -4,230
!iO DOLLARS is 4,000
0 DOLLARS is 60,000
' DOLLARS U M.OOO"
4 DOLLARS ia 24,000
Prwos mouting4a 1 80,000
A Package of 10 Whole Ticket will cost
JLod must draw nctt . r. -
A certificate for a Package of 10 Whole tickets
will be -
e-ForlflalfckTW;; ? T I TSO
i--For 10 Quarter tickets, w""! - i ?5
D3T All Onfoit fmm a dixtance, by mail (post
aid) or by ''private conveyancoenclosing the cash
or prize-tickets in our (frevious Lotteries, will re.
eeive the nvxt prompt attention, if addmwiHl to
8TEVKNSUN i POI NTH, HaliKiry ; and an ac
. count of the drawing will be forwarded immediate
ly aRr --
.MVhole tickets, ... . . $4 Ott
-a llalres-. " T"- 00
Uuarters, . . . . 1 00
To be had, in Ve greater variety of Bombers, at
. !JSteveiwin Ac Points's Oflicc,
(liile Row, Manmon Ibxrl,)
I SALISBURY, N. C.
January 17,18)3. td
F. W hit and William Ilarrr
jZ, ..' I ESPECtFLLY in
iiuornt. the PRINTERS of
a. been itwlividuallknown as Lelffr-Fwders that
"Aer-have nown.cJTrCrtir.l.ririn 'h1
wmess, and nop rrom their united and extensive
cvperienre, to beUde giv-iwll miMkdUm U
M who may favou.Mm wilh orders.
The introduction Machinery, in plac of the
JedMw. and unbearu process of easting type by
aoesioerafe ui s tK imhmii nA kh
vpeau f.iodrs.) wa v, Ameiv ingenuity, and
t a heavy expcWtUae 4 b a"0 th
- pat nT our senior pner, rr aucc.H
enmni;.k.J f arhine-Ckrt letloi
'"'Hl1rUI aVSAIVSSOTVSBBJ BjW ,
tull i-l -...i.ii.i-J its superiority
; ry particular over that cast hf M P0
The Letter-Foundry busine- win be carried on
7 the parties befbr nameA -oder the firm of
Their 8pecimen-Book sihibita complete so
ties, from Diamond te 14-liasai Pca-tbeir Book
d News Type beiug ia the most modern and sp
. Proved style. , . ,
White, lUger, Co., are agents for the sale
f the 8miih and Rust Printing Presses, which
they cm famish to their customers at the mami
Chases, Cases, Composing Sticks, Ink, and eve
iy article waed in the Printing Business, kept lor
ale, and wrrtWhed at short notice. Old Type U
ken in exchange for new, at 9 cents per pmind.
r New York ;aa. 17, 1533. 6t 7
SATURDAY:::::JANUARY 17. 18.1 S.
THE CONVENTION BILL
Will be found inserted entire en the first mire
to-day's paper. It will be read with avidity by every
one into whose hands a copy of k may fidL and doubt.
ieM every resder will draw his own conchiMoaWito,
provuiion, without our aid. Indeed, so various are the
opinions eipresved in relation to this Bill, that we are
almost afraid to add our own. The Western Mernbers
with whom we have conversed on the subject unite in
saying that the Bill is Hot what the West hasji right
W-desmnd-rliands of ha Ess'itethrai i but
that it is the best they could secure from them at the
recent set ion. The general opinion is alao exrreased,
that in any event the West will be benefitted by the
proposed amendments of the fundamentaMaw of the
State ; but that, should these benefit! not prove to be
what should in justice be extended to. us, the People
will have an opportunity to reject them when the new
Constitution is laid before them for their approval or
pproval. An articlo from the Raleigh Register, in
another column, gives an opinion on the subject
THE CAPTIONS OF THE ACTS.4,
Passed at the recent session of our State Legislature,
will also be found in our columns. Those of a Public
nature we have inserted in toto ; but of the Private
Acts, and the Resolutions, we have selected and pub
lished only such as bear upon the interests of sections
of country and of individuals where our piper Chiefly
PMfmlMsiUihm. may.have been over-
looked and- left out, but not Intentionally on our part
We also complete, in to-day's paper, the Journal of1
Legislative Proceedings. The few last days were prin
cipally spent in finally disposing of bills in passing,
rejecting, or postponing, A reference to the Captions
of Acts passed, and to the Journal, will show the dis
positions made of those matters in which our readers
are most interested.
OCT" I he last "Ktleigti Register" promises to com
mence, at an early day, the publication of the Speeches
elicited by the Resolutions to Instruct Mr. Msngum, in
troduced into the Legislature by Mr. Potts. We shall
avail ourselves of the earliest opportunity to lay some
of these speeches before our leaders also. .
(r From the "Register,'! of the 13th instant, we
learn that "On the last day of the session, Mr. Hay
wood, 00 behalf of himself and other of the siinority
presented a Protest against the decision of the House
of Commons on the passage of the Resolutions" ia re
lation to aa equitable distribution of the proceeds of the
Public Lands among the old 8tatea, by whom the said
lands were originally ceded to the General Government
(or the purpose ofpaying off the national Debt The
Protest" is said to be of great length j but we know
nothing of its arguments, as it has not been published.
What tiw mw&ity urooibiiutCAn.Mt to say
against a measure of such unqueionabl? justice la the
Htsts of North Carolina, and which passed the popular
branch of that body by a majority ffty totes, we are
tnrwm to see; ' We are, however, afraid it is nothing
better tbaaiA attempt lo'sacrifico the interests of the
Sute at the shrine of Party. We shall see.
Or The reader is referred to the first page of this
paper fhra Report hythe Committee on the Judiciary,
in our State legislature, on the subject of the law of
Divorce. The reaaming in that Report, against the
supediesjcy of -eateuding tire ftcititria of ifejraCsi"rs'
tween man and wife, we take to be sound ; but bache-
W as we are, we cnnieM ourscu incapaoie ot uocsnng
upon the reasons which may impel many to seek to se
ver the tender connexion ; and so we beg leave to refer
the whole matter to. those whom it may moat concern.
Mr. Calhouit lately introduced t jRiUowmg ,tesolul
tion into the Senate of the United States ; . .
-jrrfe'1iTwat a jfle
to inquire into the extent of Executive patronage the
cirrumsUnces which have contributed to its great in
crease of late the expediency and practicability of re
ducing (he ante, snd the means of such reHoctiisi; and
Uiat they have leave to report by bill or otherwise."
This resolution was agreed to; and Messrs. Calhoun,
Bibb, Benton, King of Georgia, Houthard, and Webster,
were appointed the ss id Select Committee.
Q- On the 30th nllimn, Mr. John Q. Adams deli
vered, in the Hall of the House of Representatives, at
Washington, aa Eulogium oa the Life and Character
of Gen. Lafayette. Mr. A. was spooiutod to this duty
yj ' resofuttonjf the tlenfsne-WhsV4
fueLiasfiukeauf as huhly crcdiiable W.hif splendid ta
lento; and the House, out of compliment to the feelings
of the accomplished Orator and Suiesman, ordered fif
i thousand cooies of kis Oranon to be printed. - The
8ensie erdered Uie printing of tea thousand copies.
(KT J M- Wayne. 1 Member ef Congress from
the State of Georgia, has been nominated to the Seas te,
W the fWdewt ef the Uwtsd Hutea, to fill the vwean.
J . m a a
ey ea the hem of the Bupreme Urart occasweea ey
the death of Judge Johnson. ; -
"Sr thinks sra tenoeted to the Hoe, Mr. Ren
C .1."- ia traa-mitting to ae copies of the
1 uie vmenU laaJ before Congress.
Q$r Why do we not rst,
aowy.J-HM the Prdew TvonAr
publicauo. ! or ha. kis Po-n-Mer01
bargo upon their transmisrion by mail I yk ... .
itasafkvorif some of our friends in the
ean find time to inquire into this matter. Ne piN '
t eewr has been received ia this towa from the kW
. . . ,1. nLJi Wm k...
or twvernmem - - "
received Boston, New York, and Philadelphia Journals,
u euaU-but not even the Globe from Wsshingtoa !
We wish we knew whether the Gineral has destroyed
his celebrated hickory broom." If he has not, a fine
chanea now presents fcsrlf for a few whisks of that
"boeuoi of Reform" at kit P.O. Department
(Zrllov tkit world itrien tonding fault!
Mrs claim fcr ourselves no eirenip(iQ fiijra tli untter.
santcJ,--luidj, our seraicui;t this week prove that
we have been more than ordinarily under He influence:
but we always try to see goad cause bclbre we find
mult, ind Uien to do it in such a mild wav as to pre-
ciuae oflence being Uken. Some time since, in no-
Being the thirty-sixth birth-day of a contemporary jour- since lucked himself up in one of .the upper rwsns of
nal, we took the occaaioa to add our testimony Uial its that establishment, and committed suicide by cutting
;?JWI to.its age, but embodjedJinoKr article: Jikthnei. He had made aoua Bttle peeuoiary rraiige
one htUe objectina that we bad beard expressed on all menu just previous to his disappearance, which induced
handt vix. that the said jnomal was " neither hot nor
eold in its general course. The remark was made
by as, for the reason that the paper in question was
published at' the seat of the State t Government, and,
from its long standing, extensive circulation, and Edi
torial ability, might do much to place North Carolina
to me uoid reiier which she n entitled to occupy with
her sister States. We were regardless whether the
principles advocated by it with increased vigor were
those which we desire to see advanced, or not : our only
design was to spur it up to take advantage of the' law-1
able position it occupied to increase its own character I
for energy, and thus advance the importance of " old I
Kip- m the eyes of those who judge of the soundness
of his nap by the sleepy spirit of his guardians the
conductors of the Public Press. '
The Editors of the journal is i question no doubt eawlthis
the bent of our observation, and appreciated its true
bearing : for we must do them the justice to say that
they have on more than one occasion since been anile
o(-so hot, indeed, as to turn themselves, if not same
of irneighboraUt it not be thought that rais is
.Ww ,JCT..W1, mm, w,vn uur wuuupmm-
ries noticed our observation, and dissented from us in
the premises laboring under the mistaken belief that I
we had reference entirely to politics. In order to let
the reader, and our dissenting brethren, see who has
made out Ihe clearest ease of the absence of ? malice
aforethought" in our mutual fault-finding, we give be
low two notices of our article, and shall compare notes
with them in conclusion.
Frm tke Newborn .Wet'"-. "We think that the
exception which the Western Carolinian' takes to the
juieigo. tteguaer mai n t neiuer not. nor cold v
is a creature of the Carolinian's own brain. We hare
never keen at a loss in ascertaining the Register's opi
nions on public matters ) and, although we cannot imi-
tate Hs conductors in taking matters coolly when cor-1
nipt ion threatens the ruin of our country, yet we ad
mire in them the virtue we cannot imitate, and rive
them credit fbr superior moral firmness and jreuuine
From the Wilmington ProvU't Prru.U The Editor
of the Western CartSinian takes an exception to the RsJedmimtionof a, too grateful people, i placing at the
leigh Register, that it is neither hot nor cold." The
Register bss not been abusive enough to gratify the do-
mineerinir and oroseriotive soirit which is cherished bv
a portion of the Bank party. It has dared, in general,
to be courteous to its opponents, and candid in ilii state
ment" And now for summing up. We accused the Regis-
ter u being neither hot nor cold-lhat that it was
am niuicienuy oochiuo in urn hnw 10 moei um views a indignant Injured People have already expressed, in ve
ils friends on the various subiects of State and Nation-1 rinus wave. That slwsvs a majority has not declared
al policy which usually found publicity UifW(,' its co-1
lumns. Our Newbera brother has lone muck farther
-u ... - w.u. .
even wben ccruptwo threatens the mm of the ecus-1
try."(; He, however, talks something sbuut giving
"credit fbr renuine patriotism :" bat be will see thst
warrant ns m the belief thst mi thrust was aimed at
the Register's fifth rib, instead of ours. Go to, brother
Hpeel how eouMst thou mafce-ws thscapsgotiW thy
But what shall we say to the People's Preset That
its editor intended to five as of the Carol in iaa the cut
,. , i I , .... I
Wwsd we can see plainly 1 .-k,.U7 J
towmpTthend Utt language. W sal sues be saeaa ey
the words "mi abusive enongb tograUfy the cVsnineer-
ing and proscriptive spirit" sVc snd "it has dared to
be eourtowue to its -opponent and candid hssUto.
,, . , ... . , , .
menu" t If M of Wilmingfee, w4l bnng the reverae
of either of these positions home to , we will take it
fbr r ran ted that be knew what he wrote, and will is I
all kiaJnessW feelmg esj wtoosiiwtrmTinat1ie-
nAr . mi.k. IU U a mJ lmekmm. kom. I
with "glory,"- his asefc s compreswd with the collar I
which ne oeiignis m wear, ana bis neari so cmsea lo
ressoB sn the subject of the Bank, that when be wrote
the above paragraph, neither of those organs had tlw
slightest knowledge of what was "sew ftrfHrntei"
by his bands. Out upon thee, Mr. Press! thou art aa
ad we (h MMe sreeW wnhslf
The Northera papers euataia accounts of one of the
severest storms of Snow that is withia the reoillectiua
J 'the oldest ittWWieeV They call H, fmr rsrranu,
"onsoftheeld-feshioned Snows." The passengers oa
the rail-road between Philadelphia and New York
suflered greatly from the cold, the cars being aaabie
to go through the immense snow-drift that bad acce-
mulaled oa the road. The fullowiag scooant of the
imminent danger they were ia of perishing with eold
and lunger daring one of these stoppages, will give
li -r . l. i 7.
sums idea of the dsaress which was experienced from
this"sfi-fssbioned" snow. Coauaend as to swsj aV
hM ailauiuot in the article ofsnow I
aBvsawjanBWBaBat?fe!j-!jB..---y rarn up n m in a i iiiijil.
i . m m mm auaaa mmm m mm m uwawsssa"- -
The storm eommenced at Washington en Wednes
day night and continued whea our informant cams
away, oa Friday night - It came with him to lliilsdri
aumber.hsdaterribWjDaeney. TWy reached Burting -
tna it about 11 AM., and ihera look the ears. Atl
phM. The psengtrs mm we lauer city, wawn
P.M. they sreee shout fear miles Irnm AmW. and m
on of thossjiieep euttlnrsTwhere the groand ascends siylhal websve neverbetire known a aesaiua where
on both SKice, thoy were at last kroufM lo a sUnd-slill, se httk i good he keen effected, and so muck bad feel
bv a aoaislroue"''soow-drirt,' wb'ich arrestodf alt further big- engeaeWsdi" Taw whole prerewdings ana sVlibe-
:- . r . . i . . x .
No erlirt svailad to tVee the ears near the
obstscle, though they backed repeatedly to sorb die- denee ef party feeimf and party views, that its eharae
mm i wur. Li Mint ssnsMatasa. The see. Iter is a reproach to the BuUsl. whose BKsWratam and
seerera. many of them bdsss, bad beea wilhowt fcod
u.m li.iU.Iliiii ! mA snw. with thb tr ass,
t mmvm. Jriftinv wilh lha kowhnv wnL
eold sight ia the cars. It wm sroptwed that srane of the
the anbrokesi snowdrifts, and witk the felling snow
drives so fVirwasly ia their feces, seemed toe bard a
walk, snd It was given an.
Fifteen ee twenty of the passengers thea started, st
about tea o'clock, to walk back shout a mile, to a little
Ws which they bad passed, where they eat ep all
! Sot wita ins comswien nfesws snener. wnea
tfls rt trs asd ahalle. U'Im
- er a- .i
j7 departed from the cars, six or seven ef those
artii'Wn'h' seeing the sad condition of their fellew- wwi from tb Committee In whom was rerormd the Re
Ambn'' especislly the ladies, set out ea feet for snlwtioa directing aa hvtpiry into the raiiars that tod to
CkL'iI irparalleUd fktigue and suffering, Mr. Drammnnd's removal as rViperirrtendunt of our
sa boot (bree boars snd a bait They flute Capitol The Commitiee go into detail oa the
7 ,i?Tc',r we sWighs, which were sent to sufcieet, snd ia conclusion siste that from the tharac-
berssrered ears . ", v, ''. "rrrvwi si mef.m. irm complexion 01 ins wnote mailer, iner reuaia
1 5 o -lock m the morning, and jrom a jmsuiss expreaioa of their op.aion relaUva to
a nr the aevts. TV. ml .1 ika
took off the nnirtunnte finales, u ho were nearly ex.
hautHed.' l?v daybreak tlie Pfile of the neighburlMmd
were aroused," and. iraUieriii? m with their aleiirhs, the
whole party were transported ,to Aukboy and got aboard
the boat between 6 and 9 o'clock in the morning.
CO" Barhartmt Technicality A Mr. Winfree,
keeper of the Eairle Hotel, in Richmond, some time
his fanjif..agdiriends to fear that he had laid violent
bands upon himself. A search was accordingly made
for his body, which resulted in its being found aa above,
several days after the deed had been committed.
A Jury's Inquest was held oo the bodr. as usual : and
the following paragraph is aa extract from tbeirreport
We shudder on contemplating the cruel technicality
of language in whiclji the unfortunate circumstance is
detailed. We can see but one excuse for it, which may
be found u iu tendency to prevent other people from
jiving a Coroner's Jury occasion to use the same un
christian formality in accounting for their death: we
apprehend that any seas man. Would rather live, forever,
that to have it said of him that he had " feloniously and
with malice aforethought" taken bis own life! But we
see in this possible consequence very little excuse for
outrage upon the sensibilities of an unfortunate
man's family and friends: the language of the Rich-.
ntond Jury is strictly legal we acknowledge, but it is
nevertheless barbarous. - - - '.
" Al" ,Jf W ll Ci.l7 i
r, - tnd of nw maje afiirethouehL made an assault
and that the aforesaid William Winfree then and there,
with a certain knife of the value of twenty-five cents,
which be, the said William Winfree, then and there
held ia his right band, himself upon his throat then
and there, feloniously, voluntarily, and of his malice
aforethought did strike and give to himself, then and
there, with the knife wferesaid, upon his throat afore
said one mortal wound of the breadth of four inches,
and toe depth of two inches; of which mortal . wound
the said William Winfree. at the Earle Hotel in the
city aforesaid, languished and died on or about- the
twenty-sixth of November last, in the year aforesaid."
Neab Sauswav, Jasoaav 8th, 1833.
T lie Him. Willie P. Mtngum :
Dbab Sib : This is the great and eventful day (as
ou know) which gave victory to the army st New Or
es ns under command of Gen. Jackson, which circum-
stsnee has been the principal, if not sole cause, of the
net uovernmem ine present mcumoem. now we
overflowing gratitude of a free People towards him has
been returned, ia better known by his acts towards
them, thsa by any comment I can make. Hia moat
zealous friends in gratitude have been the earliest to be
thrust from his confidence ; and he baa taken to bis bo
srsn men unworthy of his confidence designing, ma
chinating, wily intriguers. To what degradation these
inrifwJ; j, hin tnd thfl ijovemment an
their dimeut to U measuresof Government and mdig.
MUon. aunpti usurpsiions in power sna simng
NhspnaititNi to- esosuliJationi is not an and should
not be Uken, as a test of the general will of the coosi-
of the Pe.le. No belter oroof of this
derate part of the People. No better proof of this is
wanted Una the resnlotmns lately introduced into the
General Assembly of this Bute, by Dr. Potts, instruct.
the Benste. That a majority of the thinking and re
sponsible part or this secUoa of the Bute have support
ed yoa, and de and will support you, iq the course yoe
then- pursued, there is not a chance-doubt-Jn lii
matter you, have distinguished yourself 'f by the vote
yoa thea gave, yoe made known your 'own principles,
sad advocated the tree principles of a free Government;
sua, m wsmri bbtv wiinvlea un reiailTS doshkr
So.- Suw to a ConiUWe Go-ermJat-.y,
snd, in sodomgi bavw supported the relative position of I
wh4e course, during the last ssssiosi of Congress, has
beea pleasing to the fhrads of Slate Rights ; and it is
graUfring to think that although North Carolina has
parted witk maay of her sons of brill is nt talent, she
yet has msny that do ner konor. and are fbaness as do.
hjfnt-wltt-tBn4 tM General
Government at the same time. I have ex disposition
it is not the thins; I am after lo ro into sarticnlart :
butrar connected trftki the dngraceful Act of the Ge-
Srai ASSeTOUiy, JltSUUCIing yoB to BOOO UMl WniCB
ladmirM and likes sm the hrf IiLiiniul whirh eve.
jKician, free from a collared party, ought
and would sol via: resist asurpstiona, ef any and
kind, in power,' money, or sn thing els. fa this
taace, you base acted a faithful pan. "Go a-head"
your owa conscience will sustsin yoa ; free and inde-
psndent oysnwsi will susuin you, and North Varolii
old North Csmline is ant so sound asleep, but she eaa
(fisttW-ttaTIt V Vcnm lntcrels:ryoo,"lff1Wch
men as yaraelfl anould be sustained .tbeveteofa col
lared or pigtrack majority iaihe pteemit leg'mliliire,oa
the Keadutinas sbnve referred to, to the contrary not
withstanding. Msny, as well ae nsysell, are very de
cidedly of the epiaioa thst the great mstx of the Pso
pie ef the Btato are oppiaed to Hckmm Van Bumiism,
and that their voice, whea beard, will prove the fact
by electing saea of sense sad independence enough to
permit ao one lo act ae Loctator.
North Carolina, it is tree. Is slow to anger; but, whea
aroused, she w not the less save la defend her rights 1
sad be? smgwanimity forbids that she should sacrifice
see of her aobiest sons, by telling him to retrace the
Y he hssamde in SMmjsace wilh her true iatssest,
sad the wish of her people geaeraJly. Your puhlM
evefulneas m too well known to hava needed any eom-
tion from even - Yours. MULTU&
-?Vsm tW aTssVtfl ViUtfijjFJanutr
Tbe Legislature of the State adjourned oa Saturday
last, aAee a sesssDn crjfJr-Ise days. The Members
generally have set eut kit their boanes, where, it is not
1 snchariubie to hope, a hirge number of them may be
saftVrad torsmaiau Fos ysara susuliar with the pro-
leesdings et saw agisisiura, we eaa eoascienuwisiy
rations of the snrty have leea marked With such evV
fd sewse M aoUtcaiasaUen save sm Jmetoajrese
swnerally and ao justly commended.
I The only law saacisd. of bwportsnee to the eomma-
siiy generally, m ma winter may a tonrnm, 11
aswhjector menseHepnrtanee, and emandi thess-
none coasmeraunw cs errrv ma in we niH we
have ao space this week fbr remarks as to the beaeft.
eia influences which mutt result to the Stale from the
ratificatne nf this Act; hut sincerely believing that upon
the lecenlino riven to it the ftitiire pnwoeritv of N. Caro
lina essrntisily depends, we shall rerur frequently U)
the subject and do all ia est power to arire vpna the
reopto to mnction Its pnwwwins st the 1'olia.
I ' MB f!RI!!UUnVrL
I One of the but Reports made to the IrWatnre,
l, ..J .t i ik. ..k-l. ik. e.
the weight of the ressons which lave been
fbr bi reinoviwhilKt jtihe same tiwe t1 "tu
tee express tlieir decided opinion tiiat Mr. V. t I it'
serses the public confidence. The plain u ' g of
which is, that Mr. Drummond wis unjut! removed,
but as the Commissioners wbo sanctioned the act were
discharging a public duty without any remuneration it
would not wok well to censure them. ' .
Codification of lie Statute Law$.A vacaac v La
ving been created in the Commission to whose hands
the execution of this work has been confided, by the
trtifioB of Gavin Hogg," EsqT, Governor Swain fcis
filled the vacancy by the appointment of Judge Nuh.
On Saturday last, James Wyche, of Granville, was '
elected Superintendent of Public Work for the ensu
.'.'".: " .''-".,,(., j
A lunatic, who for some time has considered him
self President of the United Bute, and owg 33
millions of stock ia the 17. 8. Bank, within a few days
drew checks for different amounts, which vera of
course dishonored. Yesterday he called in person
andpreseo,ttid a check for ten thousand dollars, which
not being paid, la a fit of passion for the wrongs
they were heaping upon him, he made a dash at a
pile of bills, which he secured, and was niacins;
them in his stocking for safe keeping, when ns was
seised by a couple the officers of the Bank, ho
carried him to the police, and from thence) ho was
carried tq the Lunatic Asylunv JV,. Y, .aftrL.
Report on the French Question!!
03- By the Sewf &r Mail of Thursday we received!
the Rjcsnson Warns of the 9th instant . From ft we ;
learn that oo the Tuesday preceding, ia the Senate of
the United Stales, Mr. Clay, from the Committee on
Foreign Relations, made a Report ea the French Ques
tion. It is adverse to the i recommendations of the Pre."
sident's Message; but breathes a high American spirit,
and contends that oar claims epon France are just, sndj
not to brrelmushe
ing of 220,000 copies of the Report :T:-z---: -OiT
The Whig also states that Mess. Calhoun, King -of
Georgia, Mangum, Sprague, and Benton, compose
the Select Committee under the resolution introduced
by Mr. Calhoun, in relation to Executive patronage r
that resolution will be found in a preceding column J
it will be seen that the statements with regard to the
Committee differ-we gathered ths other klbrmation'
from the last Raleigh paper. Whichever ie right, we
look for many good results from the labors of the Com
mittee. I '- '' ' -" - ',
"UNITED IN WEDLOCK,"" "
In this County, on the 11th instant, bv Anderson E. '
Foster, Esur., Mr. BRYANT THOMPSON to Musi '
BETHANIA TORRENTINE. . . Tf .
In Stokes county, on the 18th ultimo, by II. Doubt . ' 1
Esq., Mr. JESSE CONRAD to Miss NANCY JJNE- - t
In Stokes county, on the 19th alt. bv Solomon floeln ..
hour, Mr. SAMUEL STYERS lo Mis liAJU
TI1A WALU " . . r ,
In Htokes coawty, en the 1st instant. CIJSBY BO
BERSON, Eso, to Miss SALOME SNYDER, , r-
in Moaes county, on the 1st Inst, oy Wm. A. Lash,
EsqMrTJOILT SCOTT to Urn MARY SPRINKUL '
la Stokes county, on the 0th instant, by Wm. Spur '
gin, F-o ,Alr. REUBEN T. YAWTE&ea ls 1UR-
R1ET M. TRANSU, of Waughtown.T r
ia Rurry county, oa the lHth uUmm, at the house ef -
WHliamordoii.-Mr.-WlLLUM JAOLSOU to Misa
ZEALY GORDON. . " - -.
ft5T A BsBBT-aasrAt Sudberrr. Ussssrhiisstto. as - .
the KM uUmvarby 4he eys MrratrberrrrMr. NIV"
HEMIAII BICKBERRY. to Miss CATHARINE ' .
EI,nFBBFBBy,efDaaairyvfWe hope none of their;
wut aver prove to be ysese bemeaj
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,' '
-t uxihgbsroa uie ifiimcmwi'etiK"
LEY, in the 2tad year of bis age. ' v ..
la Davidsoa coontwoa Iks fkk Um. m caTHAs-
rine Frank. ; . . ;
RANDOLPHS & UNDEIU1ILL, :
-,No143 Fttl Blraet, New York,'T-
8fre ursasr Ijr socMd by the Uefirm efKnnUfk
. A jXsoswey.1 . . . ,,
Respectfully inforia the Public that they keep
tan uy on nana a gooa assonmeai or
And solicit aa examination of their Stock br tba
Suulhera and W cetera Mercbanta wbe may visit
lha city, before snaking their purchases. ...
XT' Urdcrs promptly and faithfully executed.
New-York, Jaa. 17, 1835. &e -
, Take Notice! : '
THE Subscriber, Administrator of tba estate of
Daniel Ililes, deceased, hereby given notice to
an persona woepioo 10 saia oeceaaed, to eome lor
ward and aettla lha same without delay, aa it ia
desirable lo cloaa lha business of the estate as soosj
aa posaiWe. Those having claims against tht said
aetata will present tbera within the time nreecri.
bf taw. and diltv hutbentM-ateJ.' i ikia km"
ssan-ansji a ssjsnaj-wwsfswb wt st"u I v VVI VUI Tt
KUlitKF N. CRAIGE, .
. Admiiiistrator with tba Will auoejej,
January 17, 18 Jd. 41'
State of North Carolina L
Comrf Heat ftnd (frarter-Sezttonti
"WHIM IHI. lilt,.
Ambrose Johnson, .
m t OrtfftnarAttacuinent; TevTeJ
1 00 Land shd other property,""
John Jackson. .
IN this case it appearing, to the aatisfactioa of
the Pnurl. lhal lha IVbiant JaK. l.-t 1
m W VU,
sot sa ihhabiiant of this Blate t It ia therefore oy.
dered, by the Court, that psblicatioo U made for
ail weeks successively ia tba Western Carolioian,'
notuyinc ma saia urirnoant to appear at our next
Court of Pleaa and Quarter Seasiona to be held
(t said county, al lha Courthouse in Rockford, oa
the Jfd Mm day in February next, to show cause,
if any ha has, wby the land and other property le.
vied shall not be condemned to satisfy t!.e
P. K. ARMSTRONC, Cnk.
Janoary 17, 1835 6t
BlanJts of all ICuuh
I. , . r
Kept eooi.tantly on band at this OZct, h !s'rhcn."