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.. .w- -. :;mi ti . . us in p nwj.'tn .i i x a. in-ir r - W" .wamss -M ---&tt-WtmsjLl.,.i ,
) ! O
Imt y ( ''flnwifJ of II.'lir.c. The a,,(.
f. hr e about twenty reiurs like mow, ami it
was dark a l require Candle at iimxi. Oikj
VINVano burst about.foriy miles k of Truiillo.
Nnturclaf Mrniiu, May I3-!.
Qr The EUtliim for Ihli qatn In Ike i'lmnnlum
laket place on Tkurtdiiy, Ikr 'iltf day of May.
We are authoriied to say, tint rilAltl.KS FISHER,
has consent! to berum a candidate to represent
Rowan county in the Convention.
We are authorised to any, that JOHN (illJX ,,
)iu consent! to use i if lui in tun a randiuate U
reprvsuul hWiii county in Ihe Convention.
Tli SUtiilinl 'informed that the absence of the
sru.nr E-lilor of th'.a piper miltera nothiii Willi rejjard
til th insertion if the article couiplaiie-d if. Wn ill-(M-rliil
it, Ix-oiun' we knew that imi such sentenre as
ll' one e lmetd liy tin" Stnmlnnl ta In be found in tliu
correct copy of Mr C ilhoun's SH-erb, or in hi ltimrt.
In soother article, we hive made all th correction
nbNh f think inrcnry.
TUB "STA.NDAIUV AM) TUB REGISTER,
In our paper of tin Hih April, we republished, from
4il(9 Stu, an article he-vied " Forgery and Trie k'-ry,"
tin- of wlirli win, exoose llir inrornvlnews,
nl wartt f rtiilor in a rlnr' mmli; ajjmnst Mr. t'ul
fi- in by the Editor of dm Htamtird. Hmre then, we
hsve seen Mr. N'inl'''i defence, from whiMi it aiM-nn
tint he himself u not iruilty of the " Forgery." but cer
Mtnfy ni.l Ttnjrthi-r cTnr of t'i "Tr k'-ry." Joxticc
ti Mr. Wlutit, wi'll to iiw i4iiijii i, rif'iir-i tlmt
c bImniM ikiw n-ciir to tin- diari-, ami ilixtnu-lly Mate
th nrrumatiro of the nun. They ar" follows:
In Uie " SlaJJiiaJ " of Ihl! iTTlli Marcli. ipwikiurf of Mr.
Calhotin. the BhUr ay " At a ii-'drf-nirrnnj; U tin
nll Ffdi-rl Whijfn f bliif-lii,'ht mciiiory, liu lays at
tlirir fin't a mrt Inlmnriil rt'irt, ifolti-n up fir thn ex
iiri" pur', on the milijift of F.m'cntivo l'iitronn(;'.
ami miknt a full coiifi'ion of Imili in llir raiikst of
llii bliiivliht I'nrtriiHU. lie rniiark, Uml "if fAy
iriik In katt ikr butinut Iransirlnl faithfully, Ikr
Ofirtr iknuld tr mailt tafr, at ture of ku place ui if
it were t freehold"."
Now, tlm HM iii!tion in, would not any ponton, on
radini; th foropoinjf romarki ftoni the Sundanl, vory
naturally conclude that tJie enlcnc in lUlnn wa li
be foaml in the ruport ! Mr. Wlnt- m upcaking of the
report, aaya it "tnakoa a full confiiwion of faith in the
rankest of the blue-light doctrine ;" and, as a proof of
it, he quotes the iSTrtMi in quontioii. We do moat
fandidly believe that oinfthaDdasl tiut MnMy-mni", out
of every Utounnd purMHif would, oil reading Uc above
rtntarU of lit itiaiukrd, al-uuc cotu to- the cxrndu.
nion thai the obnoxioun wntonre was to be found in thn
report. Indeed, we cnt m how any pHrm cKild aup
poM diffi-renlly. The EdibM- of the Regintcr, like evo;
ry body eUe, UMMilit su, ami out recullecUntr to have
Kn IU acaUwce iu the Jlcpurt, look the pnins to reaJ
it over )ram, to Kee whether it really was there r not
The result of hisix-arch was tl"' no "I''11 nr
toner was to 1e Kmnd hi the rnpoft, ami; ihervfis in
his next paper ho camo out and churned Mr. White
Willi utterinjr "ful.ie coin," or, in other words, with ina
kinjf a false charjre. ajtsint Mr. Calhoun. How does
.Mr., W'lwtuitul oulf..j.4iI'j:.J , .)bh. ...c!!in..
out ami averts tlrnt he did not mean to ay that tlio fit
lenrr was in the rfjxtrl, but tli.it it wan in Mr. ("ulhoiin's
tpreck.'! The Editor of the Itegiater thought tins at
fee- but i pwcmA(Chirnt"recoTIectTn CT!iavo
een the $vntenre even in tin' sech, ho apain pK to
work, and examine every Ime of the" apeech, and, not
fimling tlie words tkere, he again comes out and char
ges Mr. White with ajticrriiuj what wa not su, tad tlie
Star came out and published the strictbrw headed " For
gery and Trickery. But Mr. White has his reply rea
dy, and kaa ccrUmly clrly Imwq that ho ia wit guiU
ty of " fortfery," whatever may be thought of the dia
inijenioui manner in which he bnight forward the
charge, -n4 haiooefl4eavrB4 to siuum A.
He still affirms that the extract is to be tound in Mr.
Calhoun's speech, and actually refers to the place where
it may be seen. And where, candid reader, do you
think this is! Is it in lhe"smTi"rrpore3 for the Na
tional Intelligencer, whose report are generally as
faithful as the nature of circumstances will admit of!
No. it is not there, I it to be found in the report of
the speech made for tlie U. States Telegraph, which, it
is said, wjia currected by .Mr.Ca.lhombJiuaelf.l...No,itis
not there. Where then does he find the tentencc ! Why,
well known fact, that the reports of speeches in the
Globe are remarkable for the many errors and mistakes
Benton, and the other Van Buren men, will not trust to
the reporters of the Globe, but always write out their
own speeches. Tn truth, it is known that no important
apeech is published in any of the paper at Washington
without first having undergone revision by the person
rurjisTrm j0ipE 5v ,U4T r"",l',,
who made it Beside this, the report of Mr. Calhoun'e
apeech in tlie Globe is not a full one, but rather a sketch,
and we may very fairly suppose that the reporter of the
which were never submitted to him for correction. In
.additioa to this, it is well known'tliat the Editors of the
Otilobe are deadly hostile to Mr. Calhoun, and no Jong
W6re7aTTcIul wHIThaving,"by fii
apeeches, instigated Lawrbhci to make the attempt on
the President's life. Now, we appeal to the candor of
every unprejudiced mind, to answer whether, under
these circumstances, the Globe is a proper place to look
- for a Correct report of Mr, Calhoua' speech! Surely,
if Mr. White, in his new zeal for Van Buren, wishes
to convict Mr. Calhoun of entertaining improper aenti
menta, it is but fair to take bis report which was deli
berately written, or hi speeches, which have been re
vised by himself, and prove it from these, if hean
not from the Globe, with which MiCalhoun ha no in
tercourse, and which b) deadly hostile to him.
""TBut Mri Whitf Bi another witness ; and who i he 1
la it Mr. Van Buren; or Mr. Benton, or even our dia-
'-r- w ujJ I v j-- r- -f "fi"" " "i ' i
I ""C'imnj iwiiauir, llliJilfrciVMT.ia Urowo T ftu, feme
of the,-bul it k Mr. Itiatr, Kdilof of the Globe, h.iik
elf 1 1 Now, Uplx4 of toe whole M this: that
Mr. WhiU m rxt fuiliy committing1 "fiirgery " tinu
If, but be ka circulstej tli counterfeit bill, and rn
AjtkhI it, ami this, ton, in t ery diainifenimw tnaiifinr;
thai is, by introdiR-iiif it in sorb I way as to make all
wlto read iiia remarks rm to the riNtrliMioa tint the
ulMoioti:artM i m to be found in Mr. Calhoun's re
port; wlnn, in thrulh, it ia not there to be found, nor J
any where, except in the garbled report of the Globe,
"Mack mia mhoul noAin." Tlie Van Buren cau
cus in tlie Wiliiunjflon dutrict, (on the whole a very
mall air.ir.) Us Spintil "Gen. William II. Cowan"
deli'fate to the Baltimore Caiirut, ami, by way of doing
tlie Uiing decently, they detailed I Committee of tmskk
to anoounce the important intelligence to him. Tlie
Committee very formally did so, by a written commu
nication, and the General, in his very brt style, writes
theiii bark a letter, wherein he aawres thern "tliat ho
is grateful Kir the confidence reposed in him;" he mo
dety accepts the honor conferred on hint, and sidi tnn
ly declares that he does so " with a determination, to the
extent of I... bilitiea, fa.thfully to dwharge the la
roaraar Tmi rr"!! Gentle reader, what imptrlanl
trurt li this the General ieqks of! It la to go on to
lUltiiixire, enter the CAUCI'H, aixl vote Martin
Van Buren ! What futl'o and humbiiyery 1 Why, it
"ems U a that there u no necesaily lor sending on a
GavaaAt todo ths job; sny CosroaL coohl doit jut ss
well: all that is required, is to write 14 Martin Van
lliirrn " on a scrap of pajier, and put it into the hat,
and the mimioti is at an end.
(Jen. Cowan was Clerk to the Senate of our but Ie-
Iti.Ulure, and hao. off and on. b.n Kngroi.,g Clerk
for a numbrr .years. He slnMild not fo, get to be back
in tunc for the meeting of our next I-iKlatim', sa he
no doubt will be a candidate for the Clerk.l.ip igam;
but, by the bye. w.ll .t rnM be lr,l,ni( A ., to
offer U the I hie office of Clerk, after having gone
P. ft,- .ii-. ...
l LKiirTKrrra i imm Uie t sa r ear t aiicm to Uie
(iao Ctn at Baltimore '. He ou'ht to be very
csreful nrt Ui eompromit his dignity arijuired on this
irraaion. Jn serHMisinuN, to (Jen. Cowau. wo ak him
if he imt not know tli.it the Van llnreii ytein of pd
itirs i, to turn out from office every man who will not
gu the whole bos; wuh them!; Nmr, shoqtit the next
I .pfrialntiirn r.mlain B nmliirilv nf ,nh. Van It.irnn riw..i
i in. .!,. ,
he surely will not coiniHiin it they, (acting on tlie sv- I
iii-. . . , .. , '
tem which he is trying to intnlui !v'o .Y srolitis,) '
, ,,. , . r .r .. .
should t'ini him out of office. W ie.ii a man a corn is
. . . , , , , , i
measureu m ins o n oonei. no nan no riirni lo comu am.
.Ve!-. We notice the name of "L II. MaMteller
as comiiwing one of the Committee of THKte. . Is this
the saino genlloumn who otfered for Clerk at the IhM
legislature, and was ilimpsiiiited 1 If so, w advise
him lo go on to Baltimore with (ien. Cowan, ami offer
for Clerk lo the Caucus: perhaps he may meet with
better luck there. Should the Caucus eli-ct him, they
may lie assured of pne thing ho w ill read for tliuui as
long as they may choone to hear linn.
Van Iiuren in .Ver-England. We have heard
intelligent men, of the Wnrn party, express their sur
prise that Connecticut should go tor Van Buren. It has
not in the least surprised us, nor will we be surprised
if all New-Bngland should drop Mr. Webster and go
for him. The Cdlowing article, -taken fmm-the Boston
Courier, will throw some light on the subject :
" Van Jiurm it a NORTHERN man ; he is NOT I
A SLAVE-HOLDER; fie S hot ignorant of the chs-1 Wliig votes. The Whigs have a decided majority in
meters, habits, pursuits, and wants of llie Northern l(ie Igialature. which will insure ihe election, at their
States: and if he has any symiiathie, or any feelinirs in . e v. i
' ,, i.i ' , , f I next session, of a Whig Senator n Congress, in place
common With the people, these aynip,ithies and feelings, ,,,., , , . " . , v
murt lean to Uie people of the Nolhorn and Western ,,f Mr Kl"',,, who8C u'rm cxP,reJ "' Usl Con
States ! - - ----- grs.-- ....
Is it not amazing after this, and a hundred other
such indications as this, that any intelligent Southern
nan should go lor Martin Van Buren, in preference to
a man of the South! While on tins subject, we wilf
auk the attention of our readers to a Dialogue, which
will tic found in another part of this paper, under the
head of "Connecticut Elections," tuken from the New
York HtaTr-"--" - - .-,-
0-7" The ictiy they do Ihe Ming. It is now rather !
toojate. to.be mmuch. service, oUierwttwfe-w-otildre-trpd
publish, at full length, for the benefit of our Van Buren
friends, a letter written by oue IIk.nkv Bi'SHLMi aim-
in-law of ttov. Wolf, of Pennsylvania, to George Zeig-
lor, and J. L Fuller, of Adams county, in tliat Stale.
The writer is a rest Van Burtti manrand the' object of
the letter was to instruct Uie persons to whom it was
addressed, how to manage to elect certain delegates to
the Hafrisburg Wolf-Van" TJiiren Convention. After
explaining certain matters, the letter goes on
" You are accordingly requested, at once, to convene
a meeting of a few of oar friends, (half m doten will
do,) appoint a mairman ana nccrctary, and men otter
a Resolution, appointing any three men you have confi
dence in, as Delegates to the Democratic Convention
to moot bwe on the 4th, to -represent Adams county,
snd send them over. It is taken for granted that you
Will have but little trouble in making this arrangement.
"The travelling expenses, Ac, of the delegates, should
you find difficulty in getting persons to come, please pay,
and I will refund. The delegates should be at Sour
beck's brick tavern, at the end of the Harrisburg bridge,
by "nine o'clock on Wednesday "'mornrng","the"4tli' imtj
cumstances of the case. It is of course desirable that
you should 'confide this matter lo but few, and tliat in
ei-Juller declines these instructions, aw
reasons in the following words :
"I cannot comply with your request for two reasons:
First I cannot, upon reflection, think of six men in the
town and county that would act in thin matter; and,
secondly, I think it politically and morally dishonest"
Yours, 4tc. "J. L. FULLER."
Surely this Mr. Fuller cannot be a good Van Buren
manv otherwise, he would not think a small matter of
this sort "politically and morally dishonest"
JVofe. It would appear from the above that in Penn
sylvania it takes Six to constitute ' a large and respect-
ble " Van Buren meeting. This is rather more than it
wiv " ajuivii uivvniiigi aaiv aa i uvuvi llivio MiO.il ii,
.t , . r r n .-.
distinctly recollect of a Van Buren meeting which once
took place in this Slate, where there were only Fiti
Mr. John Baaoo, now sometime called " VtstVor"
Bragg, has published a circular, in whch he decline a
re-election to the next Legislature. It is possible, af
ter Mr. Bragg gets through examining the boys at West
Point, be may accept some lucrative office under tlie
A very extensive Fire occurred in Thomaston, Geor
gia, on the 17th ultimo, which destroyed the principal
part of the village. The losavis estimated at ft 10,000,
and but ona bouts) insured.
' i'ii'ii T Hi"''1 'i-i a r i tii i 1 n i nil i iri i iii i p i isWsiiirisi smiiissir snimni until i -
On the Hh uf M.y, im , the t-liant PatrajU of
ilerklenburg im-t together, ami Ud.lly Utrowiiig off the
yoke of tyranny, proclaiiiied iheuitelves to be Faaiind
lukMifcMrr. On the 'JKli of May, 1775, the CAU-
Ct'Jl ineetii at Bultimoro, f what! To Wwf Martin
Van Bumn 1'mulent, iml thereby wvt this people llm
trouble of making t choice for themaelvea I
On Ute -.thh of May, 177 Ui yoke of a Kii was
throw a oft Oa Ike 4Mh May, ll the ynke of
King is put on ! What King, (ray f Why, that mie.
ruble, corrupting, debating old Tyrant KING CAlJ.
CL'Hll Freemen i North-Candina! are ym ready to
take the yoke f Are you willing to give up your r ight
lochoM Freaident for ytHiranlvee ? If so, then' bow
your necks aubiulMnvely, ami cry out luig live King
Csncii and long lifo to Martin Van Buren, bis vice-
Itrlrgalri (a Ike Cimie niton. We learn, fVom the
OxCird Kiami.ier, that the venerable old patriarch, Na
thaniel Macon, has consented to go as a IMegate from
Warren county to the Convention. We alw i"-, from
the Newbern HjierUbir, that J CittVi'w"ill proba
I V mJ
bly be relurnwl from Cra en county. We truly Ihi
we have xKne dooliia. Sliould '
our rnligklrnrd fnettils in "f Varrn," (not Niwsrai,)
get it into their hendaUiat imlgo Gaatoii will In friend,
ly bi smeiidiii the t'oiixtit'ition tliat iilruinrnt which
they say was made by Waahingtiril's own lisnila,"
shrewdly anecl they wiil put the Jnil.'e aaide, ami in
his atmid, wild some grave SO I.O.N from down on
"Swift Creek," the vows and wndiesof the men of
Allien bi tlie contrary notwithstanding. No wonder
our frieudaof tlio SpvUilor w t-li to retain their IIthiIi
,l"lr-nUti.m. We exrt, for the nine rea-m, li,e
of Ralt'l,, wuuhl llk" " ll4V0 u"-
!r Un ,h,r,n anJ tke We k lU
' '''J''' Wr U" lha Svw Yo,k N,,r' uwWr lbfl Ucmi
of Mil. VAN BIKKN AND TUB SOUTH.
lie snieiiuy wian inai every van omen man in
1 Carolina, yea, in tlie l4n Souili, omiUI take it u, and,
without prejudice, read it carefully and t!uliburaU:ly. If
! s the scales would bi'gin to fall from their eye, and
they would Me, ui a projier light, tlio niau and the sys-
tn which they ire supiioiling.
" A"lipiaJr$." Wo re-piibliah, on the fimrlli page
, , . , . .. ...
of UmIbv tmpT, from tlie "rarmer s lteimrter, a com-
' , . r
innnicstion sigiHi AavxrwiOKsi. It coiih-s from a very
.... , . . '
rMH-tbU source, an) we fire rt a nlnre m order that
1 . . . v
l. ... ,l. C...I ,.,...i; l
'I'MuiiJii u, iii it fi ,iit,miiiu v tun in i' hi iiinj m-
heard. One of the object ions advanced by the writer
ts a very torrinle one. vv ith (nin, w e deny tlie right
of the legislature to preacriho hi the pisiple how far
ftu.v mI.nII mi if liMiL-d liLrn thn preatiini nr.ierihi nip In
tlm crentor, tor wliat is Uie legislature out tliu crialurr j
'0f (1C ,
'eoplc As to the other objections advanced
Aaclepiades, we do not sec thejr loree. Has the in
telligent author of that communication ever read l'ao
ruuoa Daw's Review of the Debate in the Virginia
Assembly, m the subject if Slavery I If not, we re
commend it to bis aUvnluni. .
Rhndr-Iiland Klrrtiom. The Elections in Rhode
Island havcjUHt termiuatiyl. Fav.v.M, the Van fiureti
(candidate fr Governor, is elected by a majority of 00
vote, over Knightfthe WhifTandidsto. -Thir result
was produced, it is said, by tho personal popularity of
Frances, as upon that ground he received a great many
(& Small Pnx. This droarlfti! malady has made
its appearance in Milledgeville, (ieori'ia, as we observe
by Ihu Tints ul' Uiu ult. - - JlcruaUJd a oonitiderNble
sensntion m the Town when it first occurred; but, from
the lol lowing Card, isxued by the I'hvsidans, it will be
wen that there ban beun but one caw a yet, and tlial,
it is thought, will terminate favorably
f "The Plivmctani nfaMilledgevIIlo snnounce to the
. roiuiminity that this diwaw, has made its amiearance
sniomr us. Them jn.ajt.vt4. mtiv a nmb esse- rt hsa f
tendays, ami bids fair to' terminate favorably.
' They have no evidence that it v, ill spread farther, and !
vigoriMis eftirt io secure the- beiieliu of vacnmUouja
From Ik Watkimglan Wkig;
' SENATOR MANGUM. '
At a very numerous and respectable meeting of the
ciUxensof BeanKirt eonntyyheM at the Conrt-house in
the Town of Washington, for the purpose of adopting
measures to express their approbation ot tlie course of
tho Honorable Willie P. Maugum, in the Senate of the
United States, CoL Richard. IL Bonner was called to
the Chair, and Joseph Bonner, and John Myers appoint
ed Secretaries. Z. W. Barrow, Esq., having been call
ed on by the chair, explained, in a forcible-manner, the
object of the meeting; whereupon, on motion made and
seconded, the jpllowing Committee were appointed to
prepare resolutions expressive of the senw of the meet
ing, viz: I). C. Freeman, Joshua Tayloe, Edward Stan
ly, James tllison, Samuel Masters, John Myers, and Z.
V. Barrow, Esqra. After retiring a short timd, they
reported the following resolutions, which, having been
submitted" separately, Were unaniimmdy atlo'pted: '
Retolvtd, That we have witnesseil. with the Neatest
ala'rm,"lnd Ustirpatlonr ot tlie' preschf cblef Magurtrate
of the United Stiles, in his attempt to subvert the rights
oi me states ; in nis unlawful seizure of the public trea-
,is attempt to ovexawa and conUut-a eoml
nate branch of the government : and in endeavorinir to
influence the right of iifFage by a general system of
rewarding his partisans and proscribing those honestly
differing with him in politics.
Retolved, That Ihe conduct of our Senator, tba Hon.
Willie P. JHangMnvin.bly and fearlessly opposing the
corrupt course of the present Administration, meets with
our warmest approbation.
-Ecjoeed, That we witnessed, with indignation, the
attempt made by our legislature at its last session to
embarrass hi political cwwoc aod to driva frumtba jna
tional councils one of the few ofour political men "who
dare oe honest uv worst of tntiea,''"
Re$olved. That a committee of twentv ba anotunlml
t x fc j f I r
lhe IIoD- .Wi,n MangUtn,
our approval of his political course in tlie Senate of the
United States, and to request him to accent of a nublic
dinner in this town, at such time aa may auit hi conve
Tlie following gentlemen were appointed a Commit
tee in accordance with the last resolution, via: Wm. A.
Blount, John Myers, Allen Grist, Samuel Latham, J.
O. K. Will isms, Ed ward Stanly, Samuel MastenCGeo.
Houston, Joshua Tayloe, N , Oliver. T. A, Dcmill,
Bryan Grimes, Joseph Bonner, James Ellison, John Y.
Bonner, Henry A. Ellison, Samuel R. Fowle, D. B.
Perry, and D. C. Freeman.
On motion made and seconded, the Chairman wa ad
ded to the Committee.' -
On motion made and seconded, the meeting adjourn
ed. R. II. BONNER, Chairman.
II may interest some of out Wk-coontry renk-ra
lo Mm, thai tho sdeniK-r William Tell, frutii
New oik, arrived at M ilmington soiim days ago
with rase of Hnuill l'o on IkmhI, and was inline-
dintely onl rr o the Quamiitiisa gmuml, where)
aim jet remain. Jler cargo, nhirh i artill on
Unl, is prim iMl y, we kani, for nx n limits jo
tlw interior f lliia Htate.
V ire glml to team thai r (V'l mil tetai were
tnkeii priKiil Ilia kuul danger ui tlte dieae o
I lie inhabitants of Wilmingtou. Fuyiltcrtll Vbt,
Mr. Weld, h was lectiirifig on Abolition few
we-ks ago in tin rM-ighlairltoml, lias been pelletl
with i-ggs tn Granville, Inking county, for ailvo
raling his dia-lriiH-a there, liven iIkhmwIio (
prove of hi doctrines, inuat m-t that bis course is
cabulated to do HMira harni than gl, causing
strife and violeitre in the HMt x-- (iil parts of the
country, and wriMialy injuring the very pVrwms
they intend lo beix-fit. It is lune lo give it up, for
evidently, no good ami much evil moat cneite from
their course. Mutkingum Ohio) Meurngtr.
CaucVl This term is said, by some ingenious
gentlemen, lo lie ib-rived from Vpem, the roblier.
tins not at all iniprohiihle, aceing thai thn Mon
ster of the prew-nl dny is quite, as apt in stealing
away the liberties of the petiole, as was but roto
tyW III oeereling tle cowe of Ilerculee,
On Tiiealay last, we observed a pTftreeaion ronte into
tow n of rather an unusual charai-ler it was a cooiny
of Miner, shout (Ml, niari hing in, esrorted by fife ami
drum, to partake of a dinner, presented to them by Cant.
John I'eniiMin, t'pon making sotno iiHinry as to the
reason of mH-h a display, we learned that his workmen,
while operating in a mine about llin-e miles from biwn,
striK k a vein of unusual richneaa. The Captain was an
elated at his sure es that he neetls muat let his work
men be partakers of his joy. Capt. IVnman baa pro
mised iismhih' inforinatiou relative to its value, which
we shall lay before our readers. L'karU4lr Journal.
We learn, by a letter from Columbus, that the Indians
hare committed another murder, on the tt of a man
. nauied AlUm, who mm uudefaUrel was nvovmg with his
negroes from Nortli Carolina. It is high time theae du
ring outrages were prevented. here is the civil iu
iWity of Alshsma! tMrrstor Timrwr
Camilrn Markt t. TheCauulen Jisirnal, of the ii'ith
April, says: "Our latest Kurfn sccisints bring fa
vorable advices in relation to the Cotton Market. Con
siderable sales have been made and prices have advan
ced. i in rnia marn iiia mianiiiv rviininir in la i:mirmi in.
. .' I . . ..
fj very little prime
Sales have been made at l.'il m
Strictly prune, would cuumtaud leadily I"
cents. I .urn I mi, and is-srce.
I ( '"'"''" Markrl. The Columbia Times, of April
'i'lrd mvb : " lliinmoes (Sir the werfc limited, owingto the
y rains. What Cotton has conie forward went off
reeiv, at (Mir quotations, I ) lo lit rents.
UNITED IN WEDLOCK,
In this County, on the ltith ultimo, by the (lev. Sa
muel Itolhrock, Mr. I'ETFR TREXI.ER to Mum ELI
ZA11ET11 C. M1UXR.
In this County, on the Ifllh ultimo, by the Rev. 8a
m.ie4 Htbmrk, Mr. DAVID BEAVER to Miss ABA
In Surry county, near Jonesvillc, on the.')()th ultimo,
Mr. WIL1.IAM M ESSEX to Mms MARY NAi'LOR,
daughter of the Rev. Benjamin Naylor.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
In Mecklenburg county, on Ute KHh inst., at his re
sidence near Beatiee Kurd. Mr. JAMES CONNER, l
patriot of (Tie Revolution, at tlie advanced aire of HI
years. Mr. C. was a native of Ireland, but for more
than 30 year a citizen of Uie United States, and the
greatest part of his life a resident of tins county.
ARRIVED AT FAVETTEVILIi:
April 17. Steamer John Walker, with Dry-Oomls,
Ac, fir Murphy Sl Taylor, John Murphy, II. 4 J. Lind
say, l!virt t.lnpp & Lff., Metne & Mormg, JohIi John
fmjll. Thomas (. liiichanan. (limui. K.uii A. 1 W. Me A.
Mioo &' Niotf, u lVinniill, J. F. &. C. Phifer, Waugh.
' Ct &. VVaueh, Benton Clemmons, William M'iriiliy
- Wr Wr Jorrnsy Chaf tev Manlvr J. Jin W TJiuTsaV. 'TkviJ
Lindsay A Co., Woniack A Cisslwyn, J. Siiiitfi.'SniiUi
Hampton, L Donald, Alfred Hargrave, T. Doulhitt,
w augii & iVIiBire, JXathaa Hunt, JJotineu & McLfa.ii,
A. Williams. William U. llavwood. and S. D. Younir.
H me interior,
YcisdWcVy Jl llace !
pf IR Match Race, Tor between BLACK
DUTCHESS ud UWIIARIE, will o7iee
If tnke phice on Tkunday, the 7lh inttaiU Fine
sport expected. JOCKEY CLUB.
May 2, 1835. w
FROM the Subscriber, on the 21st
dny of April last. Two Sorrell
Mares; one three year old this
Spring, very cloe made, with a large
blaze in her face, and very thick mane and tail ;
her two hind feet are while, and perhaps one of
ner tore tect, ano tins no snoea on. one waa late
ly broufibt Iruui Kentucky ; and it. is probable abe
is either trying to get back agatn,or is lost aome
where in the seulement. 1 will give a reward of
THKKFr DOLLARS to anr person who will tnke
her up and deliver her to me, in Rowan County,
two miles above Chamber' Ferry.
The other ia a colt, only one year old, with a
whito spot in her forehead. I will give TWO
DOLLARS to any person who will take tier up
and deliver her to me, or send me word, aa above
: WILLIAM S BUTNER.
. RowBrt Cotinty, May 2, 1835. if
RA5LA WjYrom.4be.Subscber, a iIm first
lrorBdWErtlie7a T forwnrn ail persons
from harboring or trading with said Whitney ; and
any person who will return him to me shall re
ceive the above reward.
Eavesville, Lincoln Co., May 2, 1835. 2t
On Friday, the 1 5M day of May next,
- THE Annual Meeting of the Iredell County
Tenienince Society will be held at the Presbyte
rian Church near Statesville. The Member, and
all who wish well to the highly important cause,
are invited to attend. The Rev. I. J. sparrow
expected to preach Dn the occasion
JAMES CAMPBELL, Secretary.
April 11, 1835. 3t
i";.b: !bi -"leaf mt
V i aWasT W LAm' " " : ....
Salisbury, North Carolina,
fiaualrd en Main Utrawt, est eWt ooM Ikt build
ing formerly ftupiti as Iks Ikmnth of Ik
Slalt Bank nf Smlk Carolina,) -
Jly TIIOTIAM A. HAiSlK)
IITI10 informs his Friends, and tU Publio
' ' nerslly, that ha ha lately purchased bf W.
I. Slaughter, I'.wir., the Huilding. &c, wbirb
have been long occupied by bint as a Hotel and
advantsgexmslv known by Ibt uains) of u OLD
lie is now prepared lo accommodate Boarder
and Travellers. The location ia convenient to th
business of the place, and still sufficiently retired
lo make it pleasant. The how is conveniently
arranged for the accommodation of fanulie, or
single persons, either a regular or transient boar
ders. Clean ami well-aired bods, bonnet and oblig.
ing servants, well furnikbed Table and ilar, first
rate Cooks, a full (Jrsinery, and an Ostler to attend
lo hi Bmeious and well conslrucletl Stables, whose
character for alieutii.n and cure in lb manage.
tiM'iit of Horses, is unimjiearhed. The Landlord
will do all in Ins power lo give general salisfae.
lion to all who will be kind enough to patronize hi
establishment. The friends of Ins predecessor, be
bojies, will extend to bun their patronage, aa ha
will devote the wuula of bi time- to promote the
well umnageinenl of Ins concern.
OtT Stage Passengers are informed, that lha
(irent Northern and Southern Lino of Stage
the .Uerrhiint's Liim Pec k cV Wellford Conlraet.
ors, arrive nt nnd depart from the Siilislmry Uo
tel tri weekly. S uis secured in ull other Stagca
leaving Sulishury. T. A. IIA'il L.
Sulisliury M. Muv 2, IS.-K. if
New and heap!!
jutt rtctntd, from AVie York and Philadelphia,
A LAWiK ANI GEiNERAL ASSORTMENT
crr.xira & trwiysR occro,
Which have been wdeoted with much care and at
tention and bought for the Spring of 1835.
11 Iff STOCK COSStSTS, IN PART, OF
- GUOCIiUlV.H, VC,
He invites hia Friends and the public to call,
hear price, examine quality, and judge for them
selves. 0" Country produce, of all kinds, boughl at
the highest ninrkel price.
0O A Itheral discount will be allowed to all
CASH cuMlomtr. - - - - - - -
Mr. S. D. Pendleton,
Hat jvt teu-ived fromIS'ev'.ttk LattU '
Spring and Snmmer Faahiona
LADIES' MORMSO, D1SISQ, ASD EVES-
LADIES' CAPES, CAPS, BONNETS, fe., dj-e.
She flatters herself that, from a knowledge of her
business acquired in ten yea, and having made
arrangements with one of the most fashionable
Millinery Establishment in thn City of New York.
to supply her regularly with the latest fashions,
she will be enabled to have her Millinery made up
n a o upenor style, and on the moat reasonable
tetntf. ....... ...,,
Mrs. P. respectfully invites the Ladies of Salis
bury , "a n J Ibe" adjoining couri t ry to call and exa
mine, and assures them she will sell every article
id her line on accommodating; terms. She is pre-
pa red for Cleaning and Pressing Tuscan, Leghorn,
and Straw Bonnets in the Northern Style..
Specim ws of her work, both in Dressing and
Making oi'. Bonnets, and Dresses, mav be seen at
hei ShopSifin of the GREEN BONNET, two
doors, above Messrs VV heeler and Burns' Apothe
cary and Drug Store, where all orders will be ,
thankfully received and punctually attended to
IN. u. Airs. r. always keeps an assortment of
FashionatbI.Q.RibbJ!ps on bauuV and caa upply,.a.
readable tcrnis, those who n wuih Bonnets
April 11, 1835.
Strayed or Stolen.
ON the night of the 11th instant.
from the subscriber, living on Waihaw
Creek,' Mecklenburg county, North
Carolina, a Bay Mare, four vssra
old this Spring,, between 14 and 15 hands high,
from the fool lock to the hoof of one hind leg white,
with one or two black spots. No other marks re
collected. Sniil mure was eot from a cenllemaa.
residing not far from Statesville. Whoever will
take up said mare and bring her to the subscriber.
of give information so that he can get her shall ba
libernlly rewarded. ' ' '. v -
Waihaw, Mecklenburg Co., May 2, 1835.