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Feb. 21, 1835, edition 1 /
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, mJ he country, that when, follrtpm inj
I ZmU pnusd Ui bf in It UArft the Amrufl pso
It tn wight oUierwuN. si .the cl.vsrter 1
I,, who btloog U party uv in uauui ut w. titfiu
0n(f wii or ajrainst Constitution- f or
JL,(Mt th libertie f Ui eottiitrjr U propositioo
,u (Wtvxjni ml 11 party nmwn, whn w informa
brloec particularly to th psnpl. Buch party
ur C. bid ebsndom-d. Tbui called upon, h would
lk hul.Ilr of himself: h would 14 turn oa hit heel
1 TZtmiDulBr tha Government, its affair war in such
I af 1 1 tBoJtUua UnlUtamaowlw would umlerukttorefurroit,
lull! .oddmbsusuiried;wnot vil so mucin lb
(joftrnntanit aaw okhiu i v.
jnolulkm ppeard In be wholly inevitable.
I mf boldly (continued Ur. Calhoun) thing re now
loot to web ersus tliat m alternative ia Nfl but raw
jxnttion or rr-Toluti-n. Disorder and enrriiptma reign
0 ill sidnsj pollution dorninste in slinost avert di-psrt-PMC
Disorders previa" in other quarters iv4 iriirior
S ih depths of iniquity which with no little difficulty,
pi cut of the webs, and entanglement of much evasion,
ptt bean brought to light in the 1'ust Owe Department,
from my soul I betters if tha veil could be turn aaide
puM outrageous malversation! than even theae aould be
Md lo in the management of the public lamia,
Jf ih mean party, if not to b willing lo ahut my
m lo ruin and corruption hovering all around iuvif
im m party. Uie I avow myself a party man. But, in
Dior reapecU 1 aUnd bers unmixed with party, diase
itfad from ita views, abandoning ita prospects, I aUnd
only aa an American eitisen, or rattier aa a cititen
4 South Carolina, and aa lonr aa that loved and nobis
tute honor me with ber confidence I will do my duty
h her citisen ; and now when we witnessed tha flair a
our country involved in dwp ruin, it ia Uina for vs
rj pita lo lay eatde party feeling.
(r From th manner in which the taut Bundard
mir a paragraph of our, appenJed lo a letter from
Washington, in regard to Mr. Van Buren and Judge
flute, it may be inferred that w would be ind.Uurenl
lo a choice between the Iwa
JJut aa. If we were obliged lo choose between them,
at would unheaitalingly prefer Judge Whit. But
r bop w ahall not be driven lo th dire alternative,
ft would conaider it a public calamity ft any man to
b fleeted who ha approved all lb measurea of th
parol Executive; but ther ia atill a difference, and
course a choice, to the degree of eviL We would
a prfr Martin Van Buren lo on man who ha
fern spoken of by th pore party p because; u Ur aa
et ar informed, th former ia a gentleman in private
tie, and hae never been auepeetwl of peril Imrttny.
fjr The New York American, and everal other
ikla paper, think that th lata attempt on the Presi
fenl's life wa all ahara a trick got op by th Kitchen
Cabinet, to divert public attention from the corruption
tat have been lately expneed.
. We think it very probable that anch waa the case ;
mi that the touch-hole of the pistol were stopped up
prevent their firing.
We realty rejoice that they wert to carefully pre
jved; for we bad rather have ven our bold Dictator
lliUle longer than th aubtl regent who would bar
t ! "
fr Weliave received th first No. of I new paper
,!hed at Mobile, Alabama, called the Courier. It
neatly printed, well edited, and prthoOoX Id politic.
We wiah it tnceem . "
fVnmtAr foutitittt Journmt.
Hrwf 8wretriefc-The object of thtf Wtih'I
vs then briefly exDlairuvl bv the ehairrrmn. Mr.
uaigo, M)or' BenH, mMriPeanwH geyersITi
ajaressed the meeting in Terr warm, and decidi
wrm in favor of the measure, and urged therrtt
na of the County to a full and regular attendance
the 1st and 2nd days of A pril, when U waa. expected
w ociaree" they would vote for a Convention. The
rattowing resolutions bein theo submitted by II.
C Jones, EsrJ.T were unnnimojJak.adoDtedi-
1 RetoTved, That the following person beippoin-
ieQ as Lammittoea m iha several Company Districts
here they reside, whose duties it shall be to diatri
W information bo the important subject now in
'witemplatioo, and to urge upon our citizens the
treat necessity of their coming to tba foils on the
Saliiburv DittAct.CoL R. Macnarnara. Col.
J- W. Long, Sarnie Reeves, Fielding Slater, Gen.
Thomas Polk. Dr. Isaac Burns. W. D. Crawford.
&irembs AiVrj. Dr. John Scntt. William
andont Fereus Graham." ' 4
Litakrr Hitict.R'wharA Harriaai Jos. Lone.
Allen Rose, v ' ; .' "'r':"'
iynn' Djtfrict Jacob Holdsouser, Henry Mil
lvid'iOTnTtSuDer r Uotdaouser. . i
RiWin't Zifrte Isaac Ribelin, John Shaver,
"uham Stokes. "
UnniW, DUrict-. W. W.lton.O. M, Bmith,
nour, Cliarl- Havare.
Culbrrtm't Ju(rtrf-Smuo Marlin, Richard
Low ry, I. Rkn. , (
rultrr,n'$ PHrirtK. N. Fleming, IV. B.
WotJ, J.'Kriihir. '
6Waa' IhtiriH George Andrews, Robert
Gillespie, Abel Cowan.
MeXttlft liUrtfl.W; Ba rlrr: EanTJ. M-
ConiMiuKhey, Jtwepb Dobbin, Dr. 8. Kerr, and E.
Leairr'i J)ithiH.CiA. J. Jameson, Gen. W.
Kerr, Capf. John Leaser, and John Carrigan.
fitirntalt'i iWn'rf, Adam Roaeiuan. M.
Rlirewalt, Philip Fililleinan.
Hmtih'i lh$trtet-M, Pinckaton. John Sfarrh.
Dr. B. L. Jkmll.
Mcrwy'i District. Jmrt HsU Burse Gar-
ner, Giles Pearson, Roland Crump.
jifofw lhilrtisJbn Clement, R. M.
Pearson, Dr. J. F. Martin, Gen. J. Cook, Gaasawav
Gailher, and A. G. Carter.
Fulton DiMriet Jow ph Haw. A. E. Foster.
J ante Cavernler.
Sparlri District. J. B. Ellia, Michael I lane,
R. M. Clayland.
FAlit'l District- Col. Caswell Harbin, Wm.
Hawkins, William Hhetka.
Wartf s District HpencerTylor, F. A. Ward,
Jtfatiri District. Joaiah Inglis, John Tomlin
on, J me rrost.
Smart's District. Alexander Smoot, Beall
Ijams, Hamuel Albea.
Rtsolvfd, Thl John Beard Jr., R. II. Alexan-
der, Burton Craige, Hamilton C. Jonee, James K.
Kerr, Archibald Henderson, Dr. L. Mitchell, and
John Gile, eonatilute a Central Committee, who
duty it alwll be to confer with aimilaf committee
in other counties, to nMify the District Committees
of their appointment and duties, and generally to
do any and every act to forward the cause of re
forming the present Constitution of the State.
Rtsolttd, That the several Newspapers in this
Htate be requested to puhlinh these proceeding.
CA.wttHa..,, j Secretaries
John Caaiai, )
voa tb wswTsas CABOURUS.
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT.
The undersigned. Grand Juror for th County
of Rowan, having, discharged the duties belonging
fo them in their public capacity, feel unwilling to
separate for their respective borne without expres
sing (heir gratification at the act of the late Oene-
ral Assembly providing for the call of a Conven
This subject is one which ha for many years
disturbed the State ; it has agitated society ia all it
rotations, private and public It has been a source
not only of great excitement, but it has been one
of immense cost to the people of North Carolina, by
mxMuming much time, and of course much money,
in annual diacuasms in the- Legislature.
We, therefore, congratulate our fellow citizen
rhar we have now an opportunity of putting an end
to the controversy of settling it ptactablw, aa all
controversies between members of the same com
munity ought to be settled, and in such a manner
as may tend to the future .proeperily of the. whole
" Those whose only aim i power, whether they
live in the Ea,or in tba West, may not be satis
fied with all the provisions of the Act, for Ibc plain
reason that they who now have ell the power will
lose t pari of it if the Constitution should be amen
ded, while those who have none, but wish to get all,
willtmly get a reasonable portion. 1 ; . :; :v
lli considering the propriety of calling a Con
vention, under the provisiona of the JLcl, we far
some will be opposed to it, because perhaps they
are not salirloa with all its feature.
But we beg such to reflect how impossible it
- THK "BRTTER CURRENCY."
The President of th United Stales, in hia manifesto
s bit Cabinet, declared hie determination to deinolsm
e Bank, and, at tba same eim, to supply Um plica of
it note with a beUetearveejcy." fmnnwed utv
iitute ia now rapidly making ita appearance. W
aaui the etiecka of hia miittory disbursing officers, to
vkich we alludfd on Monday. -.They are arriving In
tie city to th amount of thomsuul of dollar. "One
(mtleman lately received between eighty and ninety
them, of all dononiitnlion, from aixty-two and a
Uf cents upwarda, amounting, in ttic airgregate, to
fjlmDU. IJe.was engaged nearly three-fuurtha of an
knir in (dtliiw ihe .fractiona. together , to ascertain, to
ami total, ana a halt bour more in signing hia name in
sdnr that they tniirht be presented for payment . Ano.
acr gentleman tells us that he has received $71 X) of
ftrm. We minnlvea have on, which waa sent by an
klian subscriber in payment for the Journal It runa
a the following form
- Na 93.----: rtrrTBiiiiicirnin83tr:
HUashitr of the Bank of LouirsUU:
,1 . aut dollar thuiv-reosn eetrta r the order of
1 R. Browne. . A. OGUEN, & CapL Corp Eng."
It appeara, from the above, that the tide which was
bear oceans of Gold Eagles up thfl western waters
tkes very slowly.
Even thus far in the interior, w hav not yet seen
I tingle flight of those yellow birds, The coinage from
a Rutherford Mint is much more abondant than the
Vi-eadti emblem of Jackson from the north, t
rfhe above i really most beautiful and most' con
Anient substitute for the iKites of the United SUtes
kink ! Every" petty officer can manufacture (hem to
ait any emergency.. Hurra for the Jackson money t
itoor GorWini. .
rojTHi waaTsas eaouwun.
TUBUC MEETING '
UPON TIIF SUBJECT JOFONVEOTQIL
" PorsuanV to. Public Notice, a large Meeting took
atce at the Courthouse in Salisbury, on Tuesday
l"th of February, to take' into consideratioo the
Act passed at the last General Assembly, upon the
wsject of meti63ng the State Institution. I ,he KM.iM.i o(.4ht, Stittr. -
I'Wies. rlw.. who nominated John Giles. F.nn.. sa I :n ... j .l. 11.. 1 r... riLu.
ItnSlrnlAtWariirl iTayivpill Hnrhin. n nn John t lirnnsn. 1 r-.- t.- -F . T..,..t' 4t. U I.
In . V. .7 e--
mlocrvil communities if each one's individual wishes
had to be gratified,. ,aws r " -
"We think that the proper question is whether
we might be bettered by the acts of the Conven
tion. And, in considering this, let us all bear in
mind that tlie Convention will be limited by us'.
the people ; that, if they propose any change that
vt do not like, re have the power to reject it, and
keep things as they ir " T.7." . . ,
1? For our own part . wi entertain. ihe ielicf tLai a
great deal of private and public benefit would follow
lfrom the amendments proposed in the Act. If
there were nothing else to recommeyg. ifa we. .would
be satisfied with those provisions which contemplate
the eqiializimr of representation, the reduction of
the number of members in Assembly, and the great
reduction of the expense thBt would follow from
these, and from biennial, instead of annual Sessions.
We cannot give as much consideration, in this
address, to the subject, as it deserves tjbut we most I
well the important matter : that they will not risk
I he, coi iseqiiences of neglecting this opportunity of
at least beginning a retorm; but that they will
unite witn seat, in making a common enon to ao
published in the Salisbury papers..-- v,
Mr L. Steele, Wm. Heathman, Isaao Ribelin,
John McNeely, Wm. March, Henry Lentz, David
Smith, John Smith, William Gray, Henry Hill,
Abram Allen, John B. Todd, James Glascock.
T. Aktsa TAiwn nrl TllSsArlaiW aWVOfliniV ffh IfltK InfltnlL
by thBHrVSpsrmv; Mr if EIROWf--rf
Charlotte, to Miss MARTHA OAT.
In Mecklenbnnr cotmtf; OH wB 20th "ult at tbe resi
dence of Hugh Stewart, Esq., by the Rev A. K. Brr,
Mr. JAMta xlAXMXMlUAPi 10 oiisi cuviuvn a. oii
In the vicinity of Stokesburg, Stokes county, on the
. . n . . . I k. . . mifAlf 113
18th ultimo, by John P. Smithjfcgr
GOOD to Miss ELIZABETII CAUI
DEPARTED THIS LIFE.
In Mecklenburg County on the 31st alt, Mr. JAMES
YOUNG, aged about 60 year
In Fairfield District, 8. C, on the 3rd instant, Mr.
JENNINGS ALLEN, aged 114 years. . He was en
gaged in the Revolutionary War, and waa also at Brad
dock's defeat '
ANOTHER REVOLUTION EM. UUil5.
GEORGE GODBEY departed this life on Wedne
dsy th 28 January, in the 74th year of hia age, he was
a Soldier under General Washington, was in several
tngagtmant ap't th British, h saw Corawallia un
fti'li-r bit iwurd to hi bsluvsd Usiwrsl, lis moved
frw Virginia to North CaAJii ia 1KJ0, and purchased
farm m Rowan Cout.tr, in tli Pork of th Yadkin;
wher, by kt pious eonduct, b bad famed th calmm
of all who knew him b waa a member of th IJap.
list Church fir 90 ysra and as b lived a Christian,
o b died in full assurance of heaven. II ba left a
iged Widow and aevsral Chtldrs to lament U kaa of
aa aOuctionato and pHxi parent, wbdst bi Soul as
cend, ; -
' Beyond, beyond this lower ikr, "
t'p wher Eternal age roll,
Wher solid pleasure never die,
And fruit Immortal feast th HouL t
In tho TiZarkot I
II Y Virtue of a Deed of Trust to ma executed,
by William Dismukes, for the purpose there
in expressed, 1 will eipoM to Public Sale, in tha
Town of Wadesborough, on Tvtsday.tkt 14A dag
of April next, (if being th week of Anson Coun
ty Court,) lb followmg TRACTS OF LAND.
, ONE TK ACT,
Containing 330 Acrrt,
Lying on tha Gold Mine Branch, known by th
nam of lh Pinion Land this Tract bat GOLD
on it, a several piece hav been found by Mr.
Dismukes and others tha soil ia suitable to lb
growth of Corn, Wheat, and Cotton.
The one-third interest, the other two-third be
longing to Jacob Austin, and the heirs of Jona
than Aualin, which can be bought on reasonable
terms. This Tract contain the celebrated Gold
Mum wher a piece of Gold weighing 30 lb,
wa fouud. Thi Mine ba yielded upward of
Ten Thousand Dollar worth of Gold without the
aid of machinery. 1 am confident thi amount,
or more, could be gotten from thia mine, if pro-
Cirly worked by meo of science, and the know.
dge of Mining. .
Containing 200 Acres,
Known at the Roe Tract. Thi i good for all
descriptions of grain, and well improved.
Containing 100 Acres,
Known at the Jesse BarncU Tract it U xe!lnl
Land and under good improve awnt.
One Tract, Containing 145 Acres,
Known at the John Holly Land, adjoining Rich,
ard Rodger and Archibald Laney ; thia ia second
A Credit of Nine Months will he give
ALEXANDER W. BRANDON,'
Wadeaboro', Feb. 21, 1835. (5l) Trustee.
riV. Virtue of a Deed of, Trust to. ua eiecutod,
" by Daniel Lippard, for the purposes therein
namaoV will be Ev posed to Sale, ix Saturday, Ike
1 itk day of March next, on the premises, a Tract
of Land, containing 130 AciTt, adjoining the
Lands of J. A. Hodgens, Jesse Tatum, Frederick
Ford's heir, and other, on lh North id of he
South Tsdkin River. Terms made known on the
day of Salo. BURTON CRAtGE,") True.
J. Ar HODGENS, j tee.
Rowan County, Feb. 217 1833. "5Kir-i" 2t'""'
FORTUNE! HOME!! ;
NORTH CAItOLINA NTATI2
s SECOND CWHM roil
To be Drawn In WlhnliutoiN.C.,
On Thursday, 204 of Fthruarf, 1633,
" ON THE POPULAR
- Teralnating-Flffure Byitem.
STEVENSON V POINTS, MANAGERS
1 Prii of 0.OOO DOLLARS U 18,000
1 " of 3,LMKJ DOLLARS i 3,000
1 of 2,tKX) DOLLARS ia -2,000
13 M of 1,000 DOLLARS is 12,000
12 of fiOO DOLLARS i 0,000
13 of SCO DOLLARS U 3.000
18 M of 200 IX1LLARS ia 3,600
01 M of 100 DOLLARS i 5,100
103 M of 00 DOLLARS is 0,100
141 of 30 DOLLARS la 4,230
203 " oT ' 20 DOLLARS i 4,000
334 of IS DOLLARS U 0,010
0,000 "of 10 DOLLARS ia 00,000
0,000 "of' 0 DOLLARS ia 80,000
0,000 "of 4 DOLLARS is 24,000
18,880 Prixea, amounting to $180,000
A Package of 1 0 Whole Tickets will coat $40 00
And roust draw oett 17 00
A certificate (or a Package of 10 Whole ticket
will be $23 00
For 10 Half ticket. .( . 11 00
For 10 Quarter ticket, 0 70
All Order from a distance, by mail (pot-
paidTbr by private cooveyanco, encloaing the cash
or prize-tickot ia our previous Lotteries, will re
caiv lb roost prumpt attention, if addrevned to
STEVENSON At POINTS, Salisbury ; and an ac
count of the drawing will be forwarded immediate
ly after it event.
VV hol Ticket, . - -. - - s- f 4 00
Halve, . . . . 3 00
Quarter),- - 1 " 1 00
To be had, in the greatest variety of numbers, at
Stevenson & Points s Office,
(White Row, Mansion Hotel,)
SALISBURY, N. C
February 21, 1835. . td
lara see Hand-bill.
CoL Canon't Ce-
Will stand the ensuina
8eaon, at tba Stable of
tha Maneion Ho4elL in
Salisbury. For part icu
Feb. 21, 1833.
Valuable rroperty For Sale
FTHE Undersigned having taken put Letter of
Admimatrauon upon the Estate of John Bee
man, dressed, with the Will annexed, will Oder
for 8ale, -o Jesdaj, tkr lOr of March' next,'
all the. remaining properly belonging to said Es
tate, consisting of Four Negroes one Msn, two
Women, snd one Child ; Cattle, Hogs, Farming
LUjujasibvOna Sitilra iiuat4y f Bsermv HiHjsgi.
trold and Kitchen furniture, and numerous other,
article.' 'The Terms made known on the day of
sale, and due attendance given by.. - -
n'lvnpiionvi . .
Rowan County, Feb. tlrlM-T.'
U.N. C, WAUUICli,
2?,2Z?. A17D ZL&I21 SSOO,
SHAKES this method of 1n(oriitn-j!lir tik.
khd GehtlFmen dr SaTwMfyi that he hat ta
ken a Shop a lew door below Mr. Wm. Slaughter
Hotel, where he can be found at all lime, (Sun
day' ncepted.) toady to wait npon all who may
honor him with their call or order. A it ha
been but a very short time since he has been in
several of the Northern State, ibr the very sx
pre purpose of completing himself in the Ton.
social art, he flatters himself that his work shall
be done with as much taste and in as good style
aa il cJbe My.wixeSoiun-of tit Potomac,
Salisbury, February 21, 1833 tf.
.. HMasf!vi anmumMmim
" V:o7 ",;rVc ryHE SuWri BOAT on the layJUHi
SSgFLI.?a running from this placeYnd from buioe.
Georgetown, (S.C.) of such a draft as to enable
her to come up at the lowest stage of the River.
.They bava now building, in Charleston, another
Boat, of the sarhe 'descrip(i(n,,whici will be in the
same trade by the first of August next.
Our rate's will be as low as any Boat on tha tui
ver ; and, in addition, we agree to forward all the
goods that come by them, to Our care, FREE of
03" Our Warehouses and Cotton Sheds
are so situated as to be entirely nafMroin fire.
No charge made for storing either Goods or Cot.
ton. We will advance, in cash, two-thirds of the
value of any kind of Produce led in our charge
for shipment to New York or Charleston.
... LA COSTE 6t McKAY.
Cheraw, February 7, 1835. eo0t
KMi in principle, false in fact, and vulgar jn en
iiJenf. We"arrn ai nothing leas Ibtta radical
Hp HE subscriber propoaea to publish, ia the tom
of Greensborough, North-Carolina, a splen
did, 'superfine, imp rial'newsp per bearing tba
above title. Thousands of dollar are annually
sent to the North lo purchase periodical intelli
gence and literature f because the want of the
people, in this respect, are not supplied at home.
-. It is the purrxsie of the Citiiea w to fill thi
vacuum. It will contain every thing of interest,
in literature, politic, religion and morality, that
can b found in the northern publication, or in the
high-toned literary journal of Europe to which
we shall add a rich fund of domestic and local in-.
iur ataiion no whve else ter be-met riTh.": j
The Southern Press stands low ; in publicTeatima j
tion. In most cases the paper ia bad, the me
chanical execution slovenly, and the matter erro
tinM-nt. we aim at nothing
and thorough reformation in these respects, and
the elevation of our periodical pre to a standard
ten" will contain- about twice a much reading
matter any -other paper to The IttteT aridT wifl
be chiefly devoted te the Sdlowing subject: T"
1. Agriculturi. Ih shall be our business "to
gleao,from. the floating ma, all ooh experimental
and suggestions aa may serve to enlighten our ci
tizens on this praotieal science. Let them be ln
spired.with ikovg hi nd ecrioii ; and then spread
before them the broad pages of intelligence end
our southern country, rich in resources, will bloom
aa the Eden of a new world, the bountiful produc
tioni pf nature will crowa the efiorts of industry,
commerce will flow at our bidding, and M cattle
will leap upon a .tbousaDd,hil.lavnc..c-::v.-:.7
2. Internal Improvement. Inregard to.com.
mercial facilities by water, nature seems to have
frowned upon na j bat she has left us rich in the
meemnf mteraar eawmunicalmn, by rail roads and
loebmoiives.' " A rt i fully competent to overcome
the deficiencies; -fjf rnititrefAthtiwresKtv"'We'
hall atrip the aubject of att the f&tse tttppihgs ''that
nave neeo nung arouna u lor sinister purposes, and
mnra tha people a a plain matter uf fiti'tr
Instead of chasing butler-flies, we shall
give practical results.
3. Education. The maxim in all despotic go
wrainela, ,:Th Jttore. igtvorance,, tlv4Morw
peacel But with u, intelligence and virtue are
the very pillar on which our institution are baaed.
These Boats will' enable u to Freight for our M" ur government, so far as jlja govenr-
uin n iajwt sv vui liivj irIlllliaiQ CIOD Of IQ6
E?crjr Description of
Executed in the very beat Style.
kts Tuts orncii.
popular will ; and to enable thi will to operate for
the oniveraal good of mankind, it should be en
lightened. ' .
4. General Politic In regard to the consti
tutional powers of the general government, we are
neither a strict constructionist, nor a latitudinarian.
It ia true that there are constructive powers to be
eerciaed-tipdejthe constjiiition ; but death and
desolation to that policy which would add anv
innia 10 ii, or laae ougni ironi II ov construction I
Aaapon would we pluck the ran from heaven, a
to touch that model of human wisdom with a rude
or unskilful hand. If it is defective; let it be
amended but let it never be violated. We be
lieve further, that the clearly ascertained will of
Hie people should be e rule of conduct for all pub
lic officers, where that eonduct ia not checked and
regulated by written constitutions. All public aer
vents, "knowing tha will of their tnaater" the
public" an J doing it not," aLall be N UaUu v. .'.U
many at ripe !"
0. Law. At every mQ lo the community
aliould make bimaelf familiar wilb those rule of
civil conduct by which hia action are to ba regu
lated, we ahall appropriate s department of our .
paper to th discussion of such legal subject aa
may b of genera) interest. Under thi head ve
hall arrange all such legal dociaiona, acta of Con
gress, and statu! of the Stat Legislature,
may be of service to all our citiaena in the ordU
uarylrsnssction of life. ' 1 , t
1. Literature. Hare i as immenae field opes
before ua, in which our reader ahall ramll ho
confined. We ahall exchange for the richest gem
of literature, wit and sentiment, both in Europe
and America i and with the assistance of m fw
literary correspondent of the first order, we lay."
tend lo place the M Citiien" abovs any other fami
ly newspaper iavthe United State. I( ba become
popular lo apeak of our journey through this world,
a atrewed with thorn, and overshadowed with
gloom f but we intend to roll away the tander, and
make it man feat to all our patrons, that moat ot
their trouble are unsubstantial and visionary.
Flower may be plucked even from the thorns
which beset our path.
7. JVW The world Is at this time in iwfut
commotion. Tyrants look upon the inarch of It- .
berty and tremble I The accumulated) gloom of
centuries is rapidly retreating before tba atatel
stepping of truth I Millions of people, who ones
licked the dust from the leet of their sovereign,
are now trampling crowns under their feat and
throne ar tottering lo prostration I It will be
wisdom to ut lo profit by the eiperieoce or others.
We ahall have Ihe earliest acces to mean of
information, from each State in the Union, and from
every kingdom and country ia the world. -Aod-II
the intelligence, both legielative, judicial, mo '.'
ral, religion, political and miscellaneous, that
may serve lo guide our footstep as s people, ia
the way of prosperity and peace, shall be care
fully collected, condensed and spread before our "
readers. - is short, nothing shall 'pase unnoticed,
that may serve to inform the mind, improve the
manner, or mend Ihe heart.
8. Frtrtjf, The above subject wilLbssuit
bly interspersed with biographical ahelch, hu
morous anecdote, interesting tale, poetical icleo-
lions, etc We would also eel apart a separate
head. m our paper for ihe ladies, but tbev would
inaiat on having a tongt In it, and to thia w would
by Jia meana onnt, a eueh append a ft would
render nur paper entirely useless, so far a newt
ia concerned I They shall, however, receive that '
attention to which the proud alatioo they occupy
io society so juellpr entitlee them t We ahall give "
them all the praise their pre-eminent virtue de
mand but, with due deference to their charm,
we shall blame where we sums'
These are perliuua times t and s respotsibility.
awful as the tomb and extensive aa eternity, bang ""
over every man who shall take upon1 himself the
management of newspaper j becauae public ops-
aioe i measurably formed from the tone of the """"
pre it he action of the people depend upoa -
opinion prtvunulf forced, ana opoo their ee
As ending reverence lor the constitutional law or -
the land, should be continually cherished and
deeply Inculcated becauae upon their erlreoas. -;
UdgHmprtmmef dspend Ihe Mpptneee of man,-
ihe peace of society, the security of oor fmrtira.
tions, the prosperity of our ilouriahing union, and 7 -the
durability of our" happy term of government.
" But. aaide from thia secret, ailent and irreaist..'
bie power, before our hand ahall be tied, thev ahall ' ' .
be severed from our body and thrown to the dogs L.
in the street bciurs our mmd - hall wubmit to
hickleaoT any deecription, it shall' be given up '
to deapair, ana froxeo Into a barrenness mors "
gloomy-than ths deterts -of Africa before our Z ".
aool ahall be conquered by the " hope ot reward.
or the M fear of punishment rtshaffereoeeroed
fronv-the ahacklea of morality," and aeol to re- -
? !i r J i .'-'.- " m : - . : ' " - -
cetve ju ooom in toe court etermty-
Before we. will relinquish our rirht to thinkil'
peak, print, and publiah, our owo deliberate. ovi
' . f !-.. . . IT.- J.f
niont, in relation to public Kr eno publie 'neasureix
WS will rtnoxmet tristtnci iitlfr Take away our
rjghte aa tfrtt swrt, and Ii has no ckarmifor ut T
We ahall deal plainly with the people, not caring -
who may be affected by our course. We would
rather bask for one Hour in die approving smiles '
of an intelligent nnL.kndceivtd people, lh w te - -epend
s vhola eternity, amidst the damning grins ..'
of 'i molly ere? of office hunter', despots, dema- - ,
gogue, tyrant, fool and hypocrite. -Ws
shalt watchi with 4 lyni-eyed vlgildnceVthe"
conduct of mn in power f and, every case of po. - . J
liticat trangreion, we ahall -apply the rod with-T
out distinction or mere v-Our pea will be dinoed -
ia rose miter or gall, as occasion may seem to ,
require. Private friendship shall not oraieet
public men from the severest. :rutwyrehali-rrr
personal amine turn away our aupport from a po
iitical benefactor to the country. In short t The
Citiien" tholl tejutt tuch a hitter at A 'smsi "''"'""
.1 - ! .. t , "
tne promt imperiously aemana. . -
-1 JiKM?. a.bo Southera-XJiliwri " will be
published once.a week, on a large imperial eheet;
Wilis new pie sod new typeThe first hum-
L0 11? " IiJF9 Jlhouad aubacribars
are obtained. : . .
'TheTricelKTff"be" three dollara and fiftv cent
per annum, payable at the date of the first pumberl
with an tddltlonat io cent for every three months -
payfflcfrt ahall thereafter be delayed. " ;r TT
No subscriber will be received for a shorter pa- ,
riodthsn twelve months; and S failure to order a '
diacontioeance wilhmhe ywr'Will 'wubject the i:
aubscriber to payment for the whoJf thesucceed-
No paper will be sent beyond the limits of the .
State, without the aubecription money fa advance. I.
The difficulty of collecting small sums at a distance
renders an adherence to this rule absolutely indie
No subscriber can be released from thesubcrip
tion price of the pe per even though he ehould
refuse to rccive it from the oftice-until alt mrre
aragea are paid,and a discontinuance expressly or.
dered. ; . ti. - -
.mnmuiB, inn excecuing IWOIVS . lines,
will be neatly inserted three time for one dollar,
end twenty" five cents for each continuance.
75 I reair k5nth 10 ,hB Mme proportion.
All letter and communications to Jhe'Edtior
must be post paid, or they will not be taken fiom
the office. Let thoee who enclose money ror writs
on important buaine, bear Ihia in mind. '
t WIL"AM SWAIM.
Greensborough, February 21, 1835. , it.
Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.)
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