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ifmUJ-WiiUWlM MUMW WW WH HI JH1 f
, i BAMSDUKY:--
MAlnrdaf Jlornlnr, Way S3, 183.1.
tininii'i . -is i 1 ! J J sum hi J mm in -in
. (CT W art tttUturiiod lo announce BURTON
(dm) Congress tonal District ia lit Mat Congrese of
Ui United auu
DrUgmln to faa Gsweaetioa..-Charles Fisher, and
Ma liilee, Esera, vara, Thursday last, cbuaea Uj
represent RoWau eouuty ia the approaching Convention.
We Ua not received the praeM Ul of Uie polL
GREAT MKKTINU Or THE PEOPIJi
WliiU llta People, in autna pirt of Umj Country, are
unit iiiLu a aula uf apathy, anj in others are debasing
themselves with servile Ms-woaMir, it is cheering
imlevd lo ana Uit airit llml animaU-s Ihe Free-men uf
R wan : Uiey tr awake, ihI alive lo Uie danger uf
It will be reilecld that, beret if re, the Grand Ju
rors of the. Superior Court hid appointed Uia Hik of
May fur a IVilic Mieting lobe hold m Salisbury:
The call ww mad on the Free-eVen of Kowan, and it
In been anawereJ iu a pint wurUiy of Um Whig of
About 0 o'clock, 14 the bone and sinew of the land "
began to pmr in fnn every nil of the County, and
when, at II o'clis-k, the public Ik-ll rung the signal fur
.the meeting to take place, in Ave minutes tuna the
Court House waa AIM to overflowing, and outairle of
the door sevbral hundred peraoii whn were unable tn
get in. The meeting waa adjourn! to Mr. Vogler'a
grove, where all might see, and hear, and take part in
the bosin's of the day. The Chairman, and the apeak
am orcapiod a aland (lxd up for the occasion, while
around it, on three aides, were arrayed the large crowd
of Free-in n, some on rude seats, hastly made by pla
cing plank on piece of wood hid on the ground, other
seated on the ground itself, while many etoud up during
the whole time.
The Chairman' addraa, the reading of the Reeolu
tinna, and the apepchea delivi-red on the occasion con
aomwl about four houra, during the wHuIe of "which time
tiiu naatiMt order and attention prevailed a much an,
iiKleul, aa if the meeting had bren rvligioua instead of
In the auceedin? nuinbem of our paper we aha 1 1 re
cur to the aubjwl a);ain, and irxli'ivor to do jimtice lo
tlm apmhea dvliverud on the occaaion, and to llio pat
riotiinn and elunco of the gentluinuu who dulivered
then ; at prrwnt wn are prewed (f Uioh, and urevent
l by othtr dutxi from doing mt, Wa iray remark,'
howuvpr, that the I'nipln were hijrhly phaued and uV
lii'litiNl at llio iiet'ehK they had heard; they allowed
tbia id thmr eouitWance during tiio lime of hearing
thein, and nflerwar.la, in the rrne xfwnoq of thoir
hiikmui; iikJ, we will venture to aay. that not one, out
of the wlxde tottmur prtwMHt, itiiated at one thou
aanl yortmna, retire I with lIrll tht ha had come then',
u!ilaa, in lol, it might be one or two ftny Van flu re n
raen, who came to ler, but not lo Imrn ami improve
Such meet urs ul Uie oeoiile. like this, do much pood
Ttmv mrorova the- imttlwi iu4 aud thcr.wirra up the
i,. fn'iXUJrKMnlrr i
fMJROKLrV.ATB-TU TIlE CAUClTri
The Cdlowing article from the " Standard," printed
. al IUIei''h by Hln( White, furnishes an item of nrirr
to UiA gifid pa.ip1ir of Rmninf DivhUmi, ".and 'Motitgutn':
- ery, nhich three Counties comjioee this KhaUoral Dis
trict It has truly astonished the natives here, -ami one
of tha Resolutions, adopted at the, great meeting on Uie
; lttr rmtantr ahowa that asaauAmenLJl. noi.tlie only
fouling excited by this piece of news. If PluU White
LimseJf had been present, wa do not believe, as some aup-
pose, (hut he would have received the ungraceful dress
of tar and foalhera, but he certainly would have wish
ed himself way -without loas of Uma, either in the
- Caucus at Baltimore, -or avanJipyoad Cope Morn, to ea-
apatha'oontsiant aad, iaftgaaton of a outraged , a,n,4
insulted People. We call upon delegmte White to pub
. .... .Jif'i.the pniwgdmga of tha meeting which auUiorued
biin to go on to Biltimore, and represent Uie Free-men
f Rowan, Davidson. andMnt2HvierT in tha Ortice-
fiiJJtfr'a Cauca : let at have the namof Urn Chair-4
. Vo, ?. rptnrr, and Committee -presettl w that occa
sion; let ns' liave ihe timfl, plirKlWf pXYtiwlHT th
whole affair. Wa wish to publish them for the Inlor-
maiion of Uia People that Utey may see who it ia that
are ao very good ks to authorize Philo White to make a
President f!ir the People, while tliey ara engaged in
nmking their cropa. .
HitliithnTf E'eefofflf Diitrict. Archibald Hender
son, and Philo White, have been dnlcgated to attend
the Democratic Natimal tonventktn at Baltimore, on
behalf of Uie Republican friends of the AdminiHtration
in the Salisbury F. lectors I District, composed of UicH
counties of Rowan, Davidson, anJ fllontgomery.
Meckknhurg Cetebraiiotw-Wi tfndmrtanfi by pri
tc Mieojntjthat the Celebration at Charlotte, on the
BOth instant, wa aitoellieTiiw1i"aafod'nondrln
memorable event which called it forth. The asssero
Uaf aaavary tige-. fr:fyifitote, and
many from lha adjoining Btatea. Tha Vvpruor," SeP
als who were present, addressed the com;tny in very
able and eloqnent manner. The number ilitf aaj down
to be able to give the proceeding eatire in our next
TU Maret$,r-Vf bavM omitted our Table of Pri
ces Current thia week, aa there haa been but little va
riation Si them. ' At Fayetteville, Camden, and Coliim
'dfrCaOeAMMi botlitth in the
market Corn, at Columbia, ia aelling for It Igl.""'5"
r'i i ... !.. i ii.. . 1.
"WiJpEPARTED THIS LIFE,
:i-T-m-w , '
. In th.Town, at the caert Chf
the evening of the 20th instant, Mrns PANTHEA J.
"DAVIESS, of the neighborhood of Ilarrodsburf, Ken
tucky, m the 20th year of her agtr, ,
-TWESTEKX CAROUNTAN OFFICE, I
.?. i . - Salisbury, May 19, 1SJ5.
TfTE are prepared to execute every kind pf Printing
1 1 nil very W per ior atyka, and mir ehargee will he
aa reasonable aa any. OCT Ordwe from a distance will
alwaya meet the moat prompt aUeotioa. .,
CJRKAT MKirn.Nd IN ll'iWAN
fur 'iiut Ut the C It the tininl Jiins limnluf
iiwdi. lha r'rwiiiwi of Rowan (ninly, m rrrt am
Ix-ra, awiiiMnd in Halwbury, on hJ tha Hih, At 11
o'l lorlu tlta Court U.ja bnll waa mna (a lha ninrlin,
UiUkx plsca, aa oti firmer orcaawma, in Hi (wrUiiMiM.
In few iixmikiiU, tha LourUuMMe waa lilll up looar.
Aiwuif . and tcveral hundred pmrma wra ouuwlo, an
Lin Li rot in. ' '
Tha ateetma; waa oryanimd, hj callinf joha Gilra,
Y t W Ua lUtair, an4 JoJl'O hum iJarfln, J" t
Jolia Hoitt, Ga. Jami Cook, and Nathan CUlbto,
Va., aa AaauUnl Piatrvtao, Robert Maenaowa, and
Aleaaodar uma. wera appoint! necratartea.
Aa aai aa tha naatinr waa ornoiaed, proorwiitoo
waa made that tha aaaMobl ahould adwm lo Mr. Vo
(Wa (inrve, Kiwlb-aaat of the CoartlaiuM, in or ler
tint all Uia peiMiia auanding miffM ui an ooporrnnny
of eartMupaJung 10 ha buna o( Uia djrt which jwaa
carraM ay aaeerai approuaunn.
Froni ilia Courttiouae, lha i'anru, with ilia Canmiu
lea and lha olBcera of lha woeUntf, Uia Gmrarn of tha
Stale, and Henatur Manguin, at Uieir bead, uwn lied lo
tha ulaca of ad joornmeut. Ilia alegant Bind of M aaic
frma Halem being bore, on their way lo lha Alerklen-
buri Calrbration, aery obliainirly fHmt ut, and coo
ducted lha whole conruorw, with chwrmg and martial
music to the Grove, where hajty arrangemcnte bad bvan
made for Uia oucaaaM. bf Mr. Vutrlar,
Aa u tha m-eting waa re-orifaniiej, by tha of
ftcera taking their placer, tha Chairman anaa, and, in a
clear and lucid addreaa of thirty minute in length, i
Dlained tlie Dnrnara of lha HMXitinff.
Aa mn aa Ihe Chairman had concluded hia remarka,
Gen. Tlw.na (J. I'ulk, aa oran of the Coininittea a p.
Doiiilnd to draft reaolulmtia fir tha eonaideratiua of lha
mertinir, printed Urnea which (illow Inflow, wKb a
few intrmluctury remarka. Tle Rewdutiuna wera Uen
read. A IttlU froHi Uia lion. Bodfird llrown, axcuaing
hiiiwlf fnau attending thie in'jetmg wu then read.
Ilia KxcellmH7. Dad I. Hwain, and Uia IL. Willie
P. Manjfuin, wtio bad lri been inviied in atienn ann
particitte in thia proceeding, ad-lrewwd tha Poople in
the onler of their Dame at cunidmbU length, and
wrth great (ofca and ulouuenco. Gon. Iulf Green, of
WaahingVm Cilir, wlio hamiened to be eaaually preactit,
on hia way further South, alias upon a call from the
Committee, addreaeed the monlini on lit critical elate
if lha country, in a plain but maaterly at via. rth of
thnaa diatiniftfiahed atrangera, on deacending from the
aland, wera reapecUully but heartily cheered by the aa-
Tha Rewilutiona wera liian put to vote, and tiaaai-
movhlv aDorrrn. J hey are aa Miowa
Whoiu, We, Uie Freemen of Rowan County, be
lieve that Uia boat, aad only aure eafo-guard of liberty,
ia to be found in the constant vhhlam of tha People
over the conduct ot their public anrvauta, who, fur Uia
time beinir, may have cbarga of the ifoernineui; ana
furthermore, that it ia not only the right, but the duty
of Uie People, whenever Uiey aea the Uovernuicnl, in
any of ila (tepartinenla, going wrong, to meet tnfetlier,
declare their opinions, and give Uie alarm : We, there
liire, the Freemen of Rowan County, in Kalwbury aa-
eoibled. do aulemaly
RrttJ, That, in our opinion, the rap'nl frafttu
which the Federal Government, within a few yeara
put haa made, and ia stilt making in Uta-uaurpaUoa of
power not granted by the Contlitulion in Uia abuee of
powers Uiat are granted in Uia extravagance 01 puonc
exndilurea, and in the corruption of republican pfin
ciplen is aucb as ought greatly to alarm all patriotic
and Uiinking men, not only for Uie eafuly of our Repub
lican liDvtitutuxiK, but even lor Liberty itsuii.
Re to lord. For the purpose of arousing the people of
North Carolina tn a jnt aenee af ihair flange rr-uiai
Uie fruoua of Uiu CowrrrrtrrioN, of Etoaonv in public
expenditures, and uf rafut m in the abuseeof lha Govern
ment, witlioul Ions of time, shouid every where organize
themsulvea Car active and open operations. To Uiis end,
we fmnoinmeod to them, in evnrv County, to appoint a
Central Committee, and Committees"' Vigilance in each
Captain'a District : wlwee duly it shall be toawaken lha
people from their lethargy, to detefi the artificeaof the
Oociii Partf. ami of the Oirice-hoMnra, and iimce-aeea
ers, and biJdly tn expose them to the People ; and gnnrtaK
ly lo a'hipt sueh other measures aa they may think beat
ralenliited to infiirin tha miblic in I ml. and therubv aave
Uir nwtiUition from Uie fata that now threaten Uiein.
KtmUscd. Tual Ul UPTltrat t'flmmilW appuuiuja DT
, . " e .1 :t. . - . i..-v.ih K
11114 llllHHMIg, lucuiWIUl open a crrcjfiuunvj w.w. v.-j
friends of Constitutional Liberty in every part of. this
State, and mora especially in Uia Western part; S the
purpose of producing pertect concert i aciMi Hf.me
irreal atruirgle for Liberty, which ia now befiira ua
Aids that sard tJommittoe, aa soon aa Uiey conveniently
can, prepare and publish an Annas", from the Free
men of Knwan Count v to Uie people of North Carolina,
setting fiirth, in plain and earnest language, the dangera
that now hang over the r inUy; and particularly over
the Southern States; anil arging upon them the neces
sity of retrenching the extravajrancee tn public" expen
ditures, and or reforming tile atmaeeof uia ujveromeni.
Rrtnltfi, That.the lata attempt of the President of
the United Sutea, to "DICTATE to Uie people who
shall be their next President, in our opinion te an open
assault on the freedom of eUotkma. and a daring out-
raira on lha constitutional rights of the people : and aa
such, ouvUt la arouse the patriotic indignation of every
citisen who ia worthy ot ma nanje or r -.
Retoivfd, That Uie Convention, which ia lo assemble
in the City of Baltimore on the 20th day of thia month.
lor me DurDuseoi nominating oi.iini.i in ownw
aa next President! ia another attempt to eubwert Uie
Constitution tif the country to take- fiwar the: people
Uie riirht of choosing their own President, and lo trans
mit to an irrwponaiWs CAUCUcompusod of into-J
rested (Hboe-nollrs, and uuwa-aeccrav-r
Rfnolnd. That we are oonosed to the el--tMin of
MARTIN VAN BUREN of New Vork to the PreaU
dency ; and to the end that our Fellow Citiaena through
out tile State, may know our reasons for this opposition,
we will here briefly set forth Uie heads of Uie principal
ones: We are opposed to the election of Martin Van
1st Jhxaiue be haa alway been hostile to the prin
ciples of Uie great Republican party; the first noted
political act of hia life, waa in hostility to the Republi
can party. During Uie late war, when the ENEMY
waa snreaditig deasolation along our wholeoaal when
our Northern frontier waa over run, and many of our
Town sacked, and float royed with hre-rwnetl th ;
tal aavage waa tamed loose on our Southern and West
ern frontiers; to seatrr an nwrdM -oiu dufbnceless wo
men and children, MARTIN VAN BUREN leagued
in with Uie exposition: of Uie North, to defeat the Re-,
trabirritt candidate for- the Preaidency.Aod. to dwgrace ,
and drive from power tlie Republican party : And yet, j
notwithstanding an Una, nia parnaina, tngomce-notiiers,
have Uie effrontery lo call hull Uie candidate of tlta
-JlmL Ikceusorht) is hostile to he peeuliar tnteresta
of the Southern State, in ITM, wnen a moat uarug
and unconstitutional attempt was made in Congress on
the subject of the Miaasun question, to interfere with
the Constitutional rights ot me southern people, n
waa found an active and tealoue supporter or the nefa-
riou scheme. Hia subsequent vote, in the New Yorlc
Convention. rtS'nlaeefree negroes, aa regards the right
of auffrage,.on an eaual, Ming with White men, i ano
ther evidence of what hia principlea are on thia "iuli
jecW ao JinportatJt; to thtr peemle the4ioluUng.
ipiBUTS. i Ills VUKUt Ul ua m ciiuij "-"""'8
... tJL,;,. ,j SAFETY.
Statea. Thia ought to he a serious warning 10 uie
i "peopTeTtrat ttr elect one wlwse principlea are
ao fhtal to our righu, and SAFETV,
3rd. Became, he ia an advocate of a protective Ta
airr. " In conventionaof Maniifacturera at home, and in
hia seat in the Senate, we find him steadily approving
and sustaining Uie odioua Tariff policT which ha ,ct1
on the industry of the South "ao oppressively aa aetnally
to have endangered thepeace and Union of these Stales '
He voted for the Tariff act of l2.a measure which
ia now characterized, a "the bdl of abomination," thia
Ta'ifiyrfeui aim lo imprw liivy le n (lie itere.
"arte of life, so h as ii, 'rr, nmli, s'l, $k(itr,
frt, nmrt cvllun, and rtmr troth if (XwAt, arts les
that are etteosively ud by tha rodiucui pniiii, wlnlu
on t, irlaes, jrttllrry, rtli, ami Wollen
elotlia, aU la asMily u ly tlia rich, hghi dutua, or
no duties at ail, are JtwrwL
, 4th. frcaae, b .aj rviw avowly In fiv of a aya
Utaof iiitml linpfmreinenl by tha G"nerl Govern
mat contrary W Ua kxig tiWihrd dorinn uf la
RopubbcaQ party (As M .' he M In fa Vof nf taxing the
peo)I0 0fnne Plata mefcfaailsaita hmIi MaaulUaa
Sum. We hold, tint it unjust to tax tha people of
North Carolina -to make improvemente f Nsw Vtak,
or la- any other Stale) let each Stale make iU own
roaila, and r ana la.
Ala. tfeeaasa, he has (mm eliiefly inslrtimenul in
introducing into Uie practice of lha fnlaral Government
Uia I system of Druscnptaan, and party dwiplma, wlm-h
1 II . . .L . I V.. - . .
a as rapwiy aeatroymg trw ir"- .u
ing tba morals ia"
r the country, ana making lha i-ivnee-
tiaar iUelf distinrt lntra-4 (Vorq that of Uia people,
Rv this tvatein. within the oast rVa years, ander Uia in-
fluenre of Mr, Van Buren, more Una ares (kaiu4
eransa have bwa Uirned out f laHeaj, not fa acta "f
mnconowi, mi mervi rw epnfwas mtmm, smi iuvr
plarea filled up bf peraima, not eeuse they Were Well
tiualiflod Sir the dutiee of the olDce, hot merely on ae
cuotil of Cieir poliltcaj servility lo Martin Van Buren,
and because they were willing l prmtitule their offl
tea to sec n re his alectkai to lha Preaidenev : IhiM eon
vartiag office, which were created f the benefit of the
people, into ao many rserniting post In be ormpied and
used lo psrpeUiate power in tha hanleT a ruling uj Iuhi.
(kh. lU-cmut, ha ia in favor of aa extravagant axpun-
diture of Uie public money,
Tu how how Uie rivrrnmenl Is going 00 under tlie
VAN IWRKN SVSrKM. we have only lo refer lo
pnMic dnrmnenla furnialted by Uia Kxoculiv lepsrt
men Is tbe twelves.
It sppeera, from these dor u men Is. that in I he year lr. I
the whole expenditure of Ihe Govemimmt, exclusive of
the public debt, amount! to l,7HkKJ; and, that in
lt-'t it lia run up to Uie euonnuus miiii of ftH,1'i,iW
Public dis'iimeuls also alww tint, in Die year
lha nuuiburoi purauoa who rweired salarms and sti
pend out of the puWte chert, wa about i ikim.
land, and that in lEI thia list hail been increased to
upwarda of one AsnaVed iknutniU ywrsnes, who ara
now fed mil of tha I'ublio Treasury, froin Uio laxoa col
lected of ihe people.
When, at the last Session of Congress, an eourt was
made to lessen these expenditure, and retain these
abuses, Martin Van Buren, and hia partisan, openly
arrayed themselves against Uie plaa. What Uteri, can
Uie Paoeua expect fnan hia elertion, but Uiat thia ays.
lem will go on, unul laxalioo and corruption over
whelm our liberties.
7th. IteeauM. under thi Van linrrn tyresi, t!e
Pntt-Oflice Di partinnnt, that important branch uf the
Government, through which light and knowledge must
circulate to ihe 1'uupla, has -tp-en corrujRed, and proa-
Utuled lo the vilest purposes oT party.
Public Documents aliow, tlitl when Judge Mcliean
left Uia Office, it waa in a flourishing rKidilKn not on
ly supporting itself in all il operations, but actually
tearing a surplus of several hundred Unumml dollars
in the strong box of the Department Scarcely, how-
aver, had Mr. Barry been in Uiat department a aingto
year, before eigne of disiirder and confusion began eve-
where to show themselves. It appears, from the Ile
pigta of Committees of Cmgresa, aoiaHiitod lo examine
into the eonditum of tha Deuartment that not only dis
orders and confiiSN exist in it, but practice of the
most open corruption. Il is proven that the Post mas
ter-General haa been in the practice of giving large
sumi of the public money to favoritfl and partixan mail
con tractors, under Uie name of Erra. ALUiwawa ;
it ia proven thai the Chief Clerk ia the Depulniunl ha
been concerned in contracts, and haa, by some mean,
grown rich out of Uie apoilaof Uie public treasury;
and, aa might be expected from all this, it apprara that
the Department itself ha become iphoUw instsVaf, and
now owes a debt not Ut aliori of a niitlioa of dollars '.
In the day of Washington, or eiUier'pf hia six sticoea-
or, what would have been Uie course of the Executive
towards a public ofEcar acUag a MP.' tUrry baa dooe t
we answer, ne would nave oean uisuiisseu irum oniee,
ml punislied fur hia otfoncea. But we aee that Mr.
irry, in defiance or public opinion, ha bcei) retained
oflice, and thereby encouraged in hia inal-oracUcoa ;
and latelv-we have acaahita rewarded for hia mis-
duils by appomling hlra Eaaiauma to Spain, wrth a
mhtry of a0,0Uf1, and au out-tltof al,(Xklmore,Makuig
li009 to him. uf oite Taarn-rAixt. aa if to try hew
much the patience of Uie country will bear, we see the
convenient tool of Mr. Van Buren Amu Kendall
enatailod in hi place aa Postmaster-General of the U
Stalest-' A few yeara ago. Amn Kendall begged Mr.
Clsy Cir a clerlufiio of tlJyx) per year, which waa de-
eied bim: he now receives, the rt-warj of his wgr4
ihuui vi. y m wriioiavuM, ma vuiw u. fi,uuv f jum.
8tlL.We are omweed to Martin Van Buren, because
he haa attempted to enlist the mfluenee of (oreign Go
vernments in the struggle of our domestic prtiee.
His correspondence, while Secretary or State, with the
British UKirt, and witA the I "or or Home, ton clearly
manifest thia design to leave any doubt about it.
Fur these, and many oUier reasons, we are opposed
to Martin Van Buren, and would deprecate hia election
to the Presidency, aa fatal to the welfare of the Union,
if dot to Liberty rteelt " r.-'r.ii.i.-
Nesoteaat, That we wui support Uugh L. Hlilte, or
Tennessee, --for next reslenU oat, at-the- aame time
we make this declaration, aslf-reapecl on the one hand,
and fair-dealing on the other, require us lo aay that w
lake him a an liteinatjraiJeyerthelesaLwe believe
him to be an able and honest tateaman ; and under
uSese eiroumstajicasv we.aill give to him our open,
candid, and aealoua atipport.
Retained that we approve of the course of our able
and patriotie Senator, Willie P. Mangum, in the Se
nate of the1 United eta tea, and more particularly ot Uie
firm and manly stsn4 which he baa taken againsl jill
Executive encruachinenoj on Uie Constitution, or on Uie
Legislative TfepartmehTof "thooTremmeirtj He-de4
serves the gratitude of the people for hia faithfulness in
Uieiraervice.-WE tender him Uie thanksof Uiia meeting.
Remilved Uiat Uie conduct of the member of the last
Legislature, who voted fir Resolutions instructing our
Senators to dp an unconstitutional act, wu an outrage
on Uie Constitution, and a disgrace, not to him at whom
the blow waa aimed, but to the authors of Uie measure,
and, aa audi, merit the severest reprehension of Uie
People. - .
-JtVsWaaatUiatihe UpjHrman of thia meeting appoint
the Central Committee, and Uiat iheXi'nlM'CnhTTnrtV
tea appoint the Committee of Vigilance iu each Cap
tains District. ; - ...
The f ih CemmiUeet wU be qivejt U our
twrt ; ffao. fae letter of Mr, Brown to the Commillee .
-Hamilton C. Jonas, Eaq., now aroae, anqV.afteLa few.
Very perTRhenflemarka explanatory of the ubjecCof
fered the following Resolution, which wa wnerwrnout
ly adopted: ...
Reoolved, in the opinion of thi meeting, that the no
mination of Philo Whit to the Baltimore Convention
for thia Electoral District, ia a voluntary assumption of
our political right : not nade with Uie knowledge or
consent of one in one hundred of the free-men of Uiia
County, nor, Wiethe .knowM
in one thousand of the freemen of thi district which
he baa gone on to i:rejreaent. ,
On motion Reaolved, Tliat the prnceedinjja of thi
ineetiij Jie.puWuihedJn4 liahnry Ppet. "
the United State Telegraph, at WiiuAingt
. ,, . .... . . r tt. . ,:l I
Uiat all the Whig paper in thi Bute likewise be re
quested to publish them. JOHN GILES, Cpffl'n,
,k JAMES MAKIIA, I
JAMES COOK, (Chairmen.
' NATHAN CHAFm.
ALEijkXDia Lowe, i becretarie
MIXriNU THE FKIENIM rr JW.K WHITE
IN IIM NATIVE Cul'NTV.
A nimbly reirrMt'ls anl numerou nn-eting f ih
fVirnd of Judj While was In . m the (iMirtlKMiMi
in Mulaaville, ou Tuely the l.'ih i-f My. Tl, meet
ing CoMled of at Isaa JI.VI I'm, collofLeJ mihiik
eusuly ftiaa all parts is Urn (smiv Uia m-iitisi a
Jam" A King,'J'"-ih P, t'.Uelt, Km., wks rallnl f.
Uie t:iMir,aiMi Cut. Millnnmih.4l aiaiMml Hrim!
ry of ihe meeting; after whu h Ilia Chairman, in 'i'ry
brief and fumble aildreas, explain! tha ohjiis isf tha
meefmr. Upon -mntsstfif lame A. Kmg, a (ttawniU
toe of five waa appmated by Ihe lliair to draft lte,(.
lion axprewve of ihe sense uf lha tnoeling. The Chair
anmsineid Uie Billowing praoo aa ciMnptsung tin
t4Mnunlt0e! James A. King, tif r lowers, t.,
Col, John MeKea, Un M. Young, and William King,
r. The Conuniltee, after retiring for a short lime,
repisrtnd, Ihrnugh Uieir Chairman, Jamea A. kmg, lha
I " I '
tAhmwF ResHatw, and K-.MMlMiimi lWiw.
un )h.( W9f, wrfHH, umlmntKt,u .
Rrwnlptd, That Una meHmg repudiate the doctrine
now tlemited to be enforced. Ilia I a eorp of dtaripfin
ad partisarw, Ollice-holdera, and OfBcaHmekers, are to
eonlrul and dirert publwj ofiiiiMm, under (lie specious
but deceptive uthtwity caf a National ConrenUsv
ttrsofsesf, That Uie Ctatventaat which ia to be held
in the City of Baltimore, on the th of Una month, will
present a case of caucus dictation, deflanee to the Voire
uf Uie people, and arrogant amuptiun of power, which
ought to be resisted by all palraalic men,
KrmUnd, That, under our fain of government, lha
penpl ahaie can legitimately nominate candidate tut
the Presidency ; Uiat in Uiein alone reside Uie power
and that Ihe Pour as of Judge White, and hia frienls, in
refusing to submit bis pretention to Ihe BaltiiiMir Caa.
ens nf pdiiaal syoo4uinis and moreens ry partisans, de
serve our wsrmest approbation.
RrinJnd, Tliat we deavcate Uid iuterCrenee of Uie
Executive iu the eleclnsi of bis wxiwir. That it m
a direct assault upon Uie frixslom of elect sis, aanibj
Uie virtue of Uie people, and, in effect, "opuusus.thoir
nghl to govern."
RrvUvrd, That Uie political course of Martin Van
Burun haa been ao versatile, subservient, and osilrailic
tory. that noon ran indicate Uie principles upon wlm-h
he would administer Uie government, except Uiat he
would wield Uie patnmage ot Uie government, with a
new of perpetuating power In hia own bands, and for Uie
purpose uf appointing bis successor U.a sjioils belong
to the victor
krmUvrd. That any Dolitirian who has uttered the
lavish sentiments, " to have served under mm h a chief,
ami to have won his confidence ia glory enough fi me," is
wholly destitute of any claims to Uie suffrages of freemen:
a sentiment which asserts, in efler t, exeeulive uifalibili
ty, and putiionea every consideration of wise and con
stitutional Legislation by bending every tiling tu Uie
will of the executive.
RrnJord, That wa disapprove of the coin pursued
by the majority uf the Senate, In our but legislature, in
refuting to consider and pas certain resolutions awrt-
ting the claim of North Carolina to her share uf Uie
public d.aniin; That the majority bf that bnly evinred
a readiness to sacrifice the best and dearest interest of
the Siate, because their party required it And that il
wa an instance of lame submission lo party duUtion
which ia at once imcidat and dtagraeefuk '
Ri-mUtd, That we disapprove the pmeeerftnga of the
last Legislature, in passing resolution instructing the
Hon. Willie P. Mangiiin to vile fur expunging certain
resolution from Uie Journals of the Senate of the United
Statoa; Uiat Uie resolutions adopted by Uie legislature
wore both inexpedient and unconstitutional, and that
they were disgraceful, inasmuch as they required our
Senator to become Uie instrument of hi owu personal
degradation. ' "
Riixvcd. That we Ligblv arwroveofUiecoiirae Wfr-
ued by the Hon. Willie P. iluiijum, in ret'tning to
obey Uiesc inslriiclioruL
Rr$alved, Tltat wo have entire confidence in the ex
sited patriotism, ability, and purity of purpose of the
lion. Hugh I. hile, a natie of this lsinty, and now
a Senator in Omgresi from the -Stale ef Teoaasee.
And Uiat wa xecuuimcod hua to lha American people
as a candidate for Uie next Presidency, believing Uiat
if be should be elseled he will adminaatse the irov era.
ment for Uie benuCt of our Country, and not for Uie be
nefit of a party.
Rrmlved, that the following persona be appointed a
Committee of Vigilance and Conarsondenee, whose
duty it shall be to celled and distribute inf irmelion on
Uia auhjortof the next Presidency, and urge the elaime
of' Judge White on our reliow Citaetts, as aauitaJiM
peraua to ail that office i .....
Col. John McRee, James Campoell', Esn Col Thomaa
A. Allison, Jamea A King, Joseph Davidson, Tbomee
L. Tucker, Thomaa A. Hell, laaae Shmn, Sea riot Ulaa
cock.tJon'r., Jamea A. Hill, David Waddle, Henderson
Forsyth, Esq., Jamea B. Gracey, Henry Steel, Esq.,
H imnX., John- Tomlioaon, ililea JIailey,
John GaitheV, Esq., Alvin Howard, Esq., Shadrack Clay-
well, Allen Uill, Asa Johnson, Bamnel Kmg, Esq., Haj.
A mo Sharpe, Perry TomlinsonTA. R Blackburne, Esq.
John M. Young. Wm. Harbin, Eso, Samaoa Ball, L R.
White, Esq., Pereival Campbell. Esq., John Howard,
Esq., Hosea Redman, Esq.,. Win. Allen, Eq Jamea
Mrllargue, Esq., Theonhilus Campbell, Theophilua
Williams, t-ol. Milton Camionll, Hubert Allen, tsq.,
Col Isaac McCurdy, Ell U. Lrrwranee, Coi Sid. Low.
dermilk, Joseph M. Bogle, Esq., George Flower, Esq.,
xttM-Arrmgton. AsqilwaJL JUUJe, tsq., .uosef A-'-ander,
Esq., Thomaa Miller, John feiinster, Cspt An
drew. NAdam, Jamea Muligan, 1 homaa 1 1 ill, lire
yard Thomas, John Moore, Esq., CapL Woodson How
ard, James-M. Morrison, Wit McEwen, Sr., John Da
vidson, Jamea Clarke, Samuel Houston, Alexander Tor
reftc,-1iBvAnTtrear CahiweR,- WmrCWliita1, Jsmea
Donahvin, George L. David on, IJowel 1 Alley, Win.
Knox, Eq.,l Jamea SUian, Wm. Emmaraun, Graeey
Templeton, Rufua Reii lliramT. Sloan,' Johh4JW.
Gray.'RnrtiB Ramsey, -CaiL-JVeal ,BralIy,,Wm. King,
Esq., Col. David Rarmnr, Joseph Chambers, Wm. Mo-
Kay, Hugh Jones.
lUeolved, That fhe proceeding of thia meeting be
puhlmhedjn UieVVestern Carolinian, the Uirolina
Watchman, the RalcrgliTlegiHefrina,"Kaleigh Star,
and in such other pnpera as are favourable to the ob
jects of Uiis meeting, and that Uiey be aigned by the
Chairman and Secretary.
J. P. CALDWELL, Chairman.
Milton Canpam.L, Secretary.
VAHU FOR NEUUOES.
npiIB Subscriber, intending lo settle himself in
teen Likely Young ISegroe. for which he will
pay the highest, pricesin cash. He may 1e (ounrl,
ditrinj? the -sommerf in Btatesville, I redell Cminty,
North Carulina. Letter addressed to him there
JOHN 11. GARNER.
May 28, 1835 t f.
TIIE Subscriber respectfully inform the Public that
he i now carrying on the above buainesa, in al it,
various brancliiMrsiaand 4sJf nrfie I'tle1rnan
f y: He assuree Gold-mtners, M illers, and all inlereat
ed in hi business, that he will, on Ihe shortest notice,
furnish-therewith GOLD-GRINDERS and MILL-
STONES,f the very beet grit, and on.cheap term, ejr
eeuteH in a atvle surDassinff anv other work of the kind
n .. ... . . .... - i j main a.
Door-Sills, dee., kept constantly on hand. Mill-Stones,
heretofore costing from $35 to )10 be will now make
fur $25 or S-10. Gold-Grinden heretofore coating $-'5
he will cut for 20. Window-Sill costing t4for $2.
Door-Sills Uie same. He only ask I Uia) of hi work
being assured that he can give the most entire satmfao-
lion;-- - . JOHN HOLDSOUSER.
May 23, 18KL " 2r)p- " ' '
Httumltd mi Ike Xirik Corner of ike Ctmrtkomm, e fJU
Ureal S'nrlk ftinere, In Ike aery etntr of I)utiue, '
In Ihe Town or SnlILur , C.
X'lIK lailetriher having teen Proprialora of
- the above esisldishnveni fry the lest a immih,
ami having put ihemselvet to great expense in fil
ling jt up in euiisble il)b, now aninon a to their
- riemla ana Ihe Public, thai Ihf y are prepared to
ereommoiJale regular or transient Ilnerdera, ana!
Travelling (Jeullimien, or FauiiJiea, in t nenaef
which, Uiey are eotifldenf, cannot fail lo give the
irmet entire aalisfaeiiun. They are prepared la
furnish private Ihning-Rnome, when required", and
Ronnie tor private U mi lie, arranged In lha inoat
ties l, cmiveiiieul, and comfortable at vie. Gentle-HK-n
of the liar, a he way a Hand SaUsbury Court.
are inform! lhat I hey have a Row caf OlTicea, very
convenient lo the Courthouse, and Unconnected
ilh any other building, which will be ready tot
their reception. Their Table aha 11 be furmahed
with the best that a plentiful market can afford
Their liar with reireabmeiila inferior lo none
thev having made arrangement wilb a gentleman
in- r ayelleville to furuiab llieia regularly with the
ch'iicest Wines, liquors, cVc :,-
They lender their unfeigned lhanka (r Ihe aw.
ry liberal patronage which' Ibey have received,
aiore Ihry commenced bueineee, and hop, by ton.
slant endeavor lo make their gu als couifl.rtable,
to merit aud receive a cualiuuauce of the aame.
r$! (tT The Ureal Western Mail.
Line, ihe direct Raleigh Line,
ami the Clieraw Line of Viagra, all atop at and de.
part from the Mansion Hotel and aeali aecured
in the PiedirMHif blage, the only other line leaving
llm (dare. Having an extensive and eecure Bin.
Ue, and ()tlra who ara industrious and well die
rwieml, Traveller in private convejancea, or em
horse hack, are assured that no paiua will berparrd,
to fit (heir horses for duly ou the road, afler tear
iui their eaUUishineni.
tl Aa A v mm mm
llr-.MU W, CU..tK.
IUCIIARD W. LONG.
Salisbury, May 23, 1H33. if .
Clock and Wlch-Maker,
' PAKE8 thia method uf informing hi Friend
and Ihe TubliO generallyj tnal ho alill coo.
tinuee io carry oa the Watch Making lodJewollery
Buaiueaa al hi old Mand, ej Main bireat, one door
above Ihe Store of Sem'l Leinly d Son, and lake
thia opportunity of expressing hia gratitude lo the
public for the patronage which ha.leen bestowed
on him and hope that more eeduhw (nlia -
to Ina busiuea will not fmHo ahcil a hare of lha
patronage of tha people, a hretofre To tuakt
hia eatablislimoul atii) niure deaerving of it, he bat
juat received from tha North, where wa (elected
by a geutletuan ot taste and eiperieoce, a very ex
leusive and auperior aaaortmeDt uf. , .
Fanr y tUootiav
CONSISTING IN PART OF
- Silver double eased and double bottomed' Lever,
Plain, and Hunting Watchea.'Gold, Silver, Plated,
Bead, 84lk,and Ribbon Guard Cbain; Gold Keya
and Seal j CoIdrPJefed, and other Guard Key,
Splendid eetteoTTopax, Aqtiamarine, Agate, Swi4
Painting, Cameo, Ceral, Cornelian, and Jet Eat
Ring and Breast Pin j a variety of Breast Piu
and Finger Ring Gold Filagree and ether Snapa,
Catchea, Bead Bag) Coral BradYj Silver Tbim
hie ; Gold, Silver, and Shell Link, and Collar
Button ; a fine assortment of Stud t Muic Bote :
Silver Plated and Bead Puree. Silver Snoona.
or : Ever pointed Pencil Case and Lead t Silver
Tooth. Pick and Twerier j Gw(loiueot Pocket .
and Dirk Knives; Ladiee Silver Fruil do. f Silver
Butter do; Silver, and Silver .'plaited. Scabbard
Dirk: Damaactia beet Wire Twist and braaa
barrel pocket Pistol; and a great varietj of otbeT"
ncy Good, ;,: ; - r'"- r: :.-.
Watche and Xnocha re-paired 'hh'Mtwa:
accuracy, and (fiHrmtrhjwanantedt.i perform, and
every endeavor made to give aatwraciioir-Caah
paid for old Gold amt Silver. .
t f Salisbury, May Mth, 1833.
Linrolntou Male &nUemfr r
rTIHE Examination nf the Student of the Lin.
colnton Mule Academy will commence n
the Si'A day of this month, and terminate on tha
evening .of tlie .29th. Parent, Guardiana, and -
Patrons of Educatim are reepeclfully invited to
Itend. ' ' -
Thii Exercise will be resumed en ike d Mon
day in July next. The prke of Tuition per Sea
iMio7X'n"'a'anw7 fin-rtieAir?il -Languagaa,
Alicbrn. ami lieiMuclry, VI2 O0r ror hngliab
Gramnicr and Geoprnjhyt WSTBmti t7"pe"f-""
Liuflrhito,-N. W May g318a5w-l p9
lannrf nnl Mill; For Sale.
i naic, -
BV VIRTUE of a Deedpf
Tan tail fsa tiasm ' aB Vatwailtaul "
V William B, Wright, former.
- iiim iy st vawmvu m
litikV raa(wjaama f kaeaiiti aesaunia '
ouur uiinaay,jM out aay of rne next;
I il trt i al ar.i Jt m ..w
proceed tu Sell, on the premiae, a Valuable
; , Grist and Saw-Mill.rTTj-
Together with the Land attached thereto t .
Situated orr Hmittng- Creek, eWminmo the Land .
fif,,8iiinLA?.riwJ? Eeii'i and other."'" Persona
disposed to nurcliase auch prnpeTfjTwould'do welt"
-.11-M'-L. .!ll--t .
io cnii on.nr. Amiwrson, .wuw.wiu auow II, me
site is beautiful tbe woter abundant, and situated
n a good neighborhood. , The Terma of lb aala
ill be liberal, and will be made known on tba
day nf Sale, W. F. COWAN, Truetee.'
-Jradell Counlf May 3, 1S35. , p3s ,