! cited receipt in full fur tho o,(C0,000 presented as a J rential requisites for filling the first ofnoe in the nation.
1 If t -
Entertaining, as we all do, our preferences f r particu
lar individuals and unable to unite upon any one, we
yet can, and do, agree upon one great principle we
are equally opposed ti Mr. Martin Van Buren, and the
system by winch he has obtained and seeks to increase
his political power. What then, we again ask, are we
complir.ient to France.
As regards our own government, wo have so little
i confidence in t!nsa whose counsels now prevail, as to
believe that they would willingly plunge this country
into a war, were it necessary in order to secure the
succession of Martin V.in Baren to the Presidency and called upon t do as the friends of the country ? We
i his drove of plunderers to the spoils of oince and com-1 confer, that with our feeling towards Mr. Webster,
" , , , . , , ! port are incomparably greater thin those of any other
1 lie course of tho Globe shows plainly that the pros- individual, uo ;iaIi Iiever wiHjn?iv abandon turn while
pects f r an amicable arrangement are not considered . he continues a candidate for the Presidency. At the
the most flattering at Washington. It has commenced same time, we have reason and liberality sufficient to
the nuh!:cati..ii of etT.cial documents on this subiect in perceive that others are equally fixed in 'ihcir determi-
Saturday Hrni..gombcr21, 1P35. ' ac,p..io ,r ,u cmt n.ud. a ... j IZivI
' mm ip virx tii'n ((nsriTlinoV jtcntton. ) ren certain, and thus bring upon cs the worst of evils,
1 11L A.l.mjii cu.noi uu kvj.i, j Wo tnHt nmvcvcr tjwt th0 National Honor is not yet ! the opponents of Van Buren must meet upon a common
la Ratified! we hive good reason to bMievc. 1 lie cnmnntted hy ,uli:i,iro;tnes3 in negotiating for five ' ground, prepared to sacrifice all but honor in their ef-
maiority for Ratification, in the Counties already heard , ,," . . m,..i. ....... .vifh , f.,rts to rescue the country from disgrace and ruin. For
07" Texas. Tlie latest accounts from Texas, j
state that some two or three battles had been fought !
between the Texanian and Mexican forces, in which
the former were victorious against an odds of five to
from, is .VJ&S. Calculating the vote in me comics not
heard from th.it was given for and against the call of
the Convention to be given for and against the Amendment-,
there will be a majority of about in favor
of Ratification. The following are the counties heard
jfo:n naujiraiion. wjeeiuiu.
Her t turd, -
no limit in prompt ct to tlie expenditure of treasure and
the. shedding of human blood.
General Harrison we entertain the very highest res
pect, and believe him every way qualified to (ill the of
fice of I'rcsident witii honor to himself and the coun
try, or we should not hive been the first to bring his
name forward for the Vice-Presidency on the Whig
one, capturing many prisoners, and taking large quan- yor the immediate Relief and radical C re of
tities of money and aniumtion and several stands of 1IEHI 1 or RUPTURE
arms. The Texauians were daily receiving rein- , ,T-, 0 . .. .
. . c , . - , rjrlIL Subscriber, having been legallv autie.ri-
forcemcntsof men and ainuntinn from America. Pub- I . . , , ."p. i " , , . i
1 ii nivtiiii;3 iit-i'j lit viivtiii, iaitiii"
toches. Mobile, New York, Philadelphia, and Boston, at
wliic i ellbrts were made to raise Volunteers to so in
aid of their brethren in Texas; and numerous volun
teers have already srone over from Xew Orleans. Ex
Governor Samuel II uston, of Tennessee, is Coaimand-er-in-Chicf
of the Tvxian army.
Improved Patent Metallic Truss, in the States of
North Carolina and Virginia, takes j leisure in
presenting to the citizens of those St;H s, the ad
vantages of this highly approved ' ceh-le..,t-il
Instrument; for which purpose he r- , -; -;':g
the principal towns of thosi Stni-.----. it .njuiing a
few weeks in each, at which time uti s rsviiis wish
ing to he relieved of the dtiri:er and inconvenience
of Rupture, will make application.
Iu otferinir the TRUSS t iLe afRicted of Rup-
1, )) majority.
1,7"W - 1
1,KU - 33
J71 - 0:57
G - Wil
- 1 maj.
io - m
2U - 1,1-il
1,0:51 - '2i
K" - (517
k; - 5-0
. .r)) maj.
1,K;1 - 71
Vft - 1K
l,--7 - li
lfj - 4-')S
at; - ifi-2
7 - :vjv
7 - .r)K
14 - -l'.K
1,57 - J1
James Bruce, who for some time past has been con
fined in prison at Raleigh for Robbing the Milton Post-
Tins bloated hypocrite, this insolent creature, fatten- tickeL JuJ Wjile js aU fln uneXc0ptionabiP can.
i nil nil llit riiivcric-i nl Ion ilcln.ip.t rAiintri'infn. fins a "71111 ,ii.Uin ... I . I..... 1 I. e 1.;. f.,l-
, i! . . i i i . . l . i iii .1 .1 i i Juice, was last wceii paruoneu uv me i-resiueiu 01 me
hiirn li iirtimr nut lo; toiil hut imnnrnt r:i ! iimnies on Siin sm: nnil v din-ir-intiniKlv h. iprn thrir tnoro llinn ' '
tltis country To a parcel of Weavers at Glasgow. We two-tliirds of t.he inhabitantsof the United States would
uie aoove nameu canuiuaics 10 .uarun
OO" The Crisis. The length of this able and inte
resting doruineiit, and our desire to ave it all at once,
has induced us this week to omit much other matter of ture, we do it, confidently believing from the sue-
less importance. We solicit for it an attentive perusal, cess Dr. Trice has had in curing Ruptures of long
standing and of every description on one or both
most heartily rejoice at the course pursued by O'Con- ylr l
neii. An anomaly in any v.ovrrnmenu not a mue . .- f tl Suc .h! ca?p wr nyc rcspoctfuy to
gerous to our mtitution., and deeply disgraceful to the ur?e U!K, consideration of the People tlie proprie
cotintry the opinion of this corrupt foreign demagogue ty of alopting the course which we first submitted to
was infallible and his voice omnipotent with most of a thir consideration in February last. It is simple and
numerous class of voters, the Irish emigrants in the j"Mid as feasible ns it is ju.U Let there be nomi na
IT .. , ... . , , ... .,, 1 ted in any Mate m the Union, a ticket to be called the
United States. I he confidence honestly reposed by hx 4. WON(,r WeestER, IKrr.son, an.J W,TE Tick
countrymen in America, in his integrity and capacity, t;L Lt the Electors be unpledged to either, and when
O'Connell lias himself destroyed by h:s indecent, gra- elected, as they most unquestionably would be, let them
tuitous, outrageous attacks on our institution. We re- elect the two eandidates who have the most friends in
peat that we heartily rejoice at lL We want no dicta- , t!in Rector il College President and Vice-President of
. n,, .,( ..ii o r rn ., tl ...i- t.i.r, - ; t', Unite.1 States. Such a course would not only meet
tor, and lea.-t of all a foreign one. Hear nun. ,. , , c . ... ; ' ,
' . the approbation of the great mass vt th pople, but
The AMtncnns. he said, i;i thnr conduct towards w,mt ,d ((f eyPn fir irrfMtPr i,ni..rtance, it wool 1 save
the slaves, were traitors lo Ike cause of human liberty, t!l institutions of the c -untry from destruction and
fail detractors of the d.mocralic prmcijdi, and Idas- ay,.rt from s t)e jn,i0ih( .iirnce uf havin" suQl-red
jdamtrs vj that preat and sacred tvnn- tchtch they ,1C firt., otriCC in t,,e wor,,, t(, he to a Wtrlh!c in.
pretended to recognize. In reprohutf.a d that tis- trji.u.r an,i bare-fac-d political amrant."
graceful conduct his voice had ben heard across th" . '
u ideaud dtep Atlantic. Like tlie ihuwh r storm in its (loriot. news ! The South may now re-
an 3 '.' '. . 1,570 - Jl ' rrrr"
' the lightning of Christian truth. He uid ' huu the . , , ...
: . . rc, r . ? ,i . ii .--.j- , IU instant, contains the following important item of
' State Legislature. r rotn thi! Register, of proud Americans know that nil partus in this country .... . . .
17th, we ielm that this body met at the State 'united in condemnation ifth.irprc nt conduct." , elhgence. I rom the Known veracity ot t , ,t paper,
UL"' c . ' . ' I we presume tnat the truth d tue intell gence will not
United States and set at liberty. This is the third cri
minal, convicted and imprisoned by the United States
Court at Raleigh, who has been pardoned by the Pre
sident within a month or two past.
sides, old and young, aud the testimony of tho
highest authority in favor of its superior utility,
that it is the most valuable Instrument for their
use. It can be worn with convenience, day and
night, which in the estimation of the most distin
guished Surgeon?, is essentially important to ef
fect a permanent and speedy cure of Rupture.
No cure, no pay. I he poor relieved gratui-
Pfintoin VT-vtitf e lnnini. liv-t li rf . rvi ' tOUsl
Chaunccy, died a Pensacola, Florida, on the 14th ulL, TT ... '
, , . , . . r. . Here follow numerous Certificates.
mine in coininana 01 inai navai siaiion. uy an oraer
of Mr. Dickerson, Secretary of the Navy, the usual
marks of respect on such occasions will be observed by
the OlFicers and Vessels of the Xavy in honor of the
memory of Capt. Chauncey.
07" The Rev. Jonathan O. Freeman, for seve
ral years a resident, and Pastor of the Presbyterian
Church, of this place, died in Washington, X. Carolina,
on the 2nd instant, m the Glth year of his age.
IIou-j in Raleigh on the lfilh instant, and oganized as j
follows: In the Senate, William I). M w.-ly, Ksqr., of j
I'iioir, was re-elected Speaker without opposition; Gen.
Cowan of Rladen and Col. Coleman of Cilnrrus were
re-elected Clerks, and Thomas D. Wheeler and Green
1 1 ill Door-keepers.
In the House of Commons, William H. Ihywoo.l, jr.,
vas elected Speaker, by a majority of Hi votes, over
William A. Gnhan of ' Jill.-W-uh. Thf vote stood
for Hay w hi! fH; fir-thm ol ; HI ink 1. Cuis. Man
ly and Cimiri l R Free nan, f'.-j rs., of R-deigh, were
re-elected Cb-rk vv.th out oppo.-.it:on, and Iauac TruUt
an 1 John Cooper Do r-keepers.
These are all the proceedings we have as yet received.
We call attenti":i to tin following extract from the
New York Cour.er and Ku'mirer. Iy tins it will be
teen how utterly mcapibl" is Mr. Van IJuren to com
mand the MippTt of ihc J tchson party, even in his
own State. Til" i-i'-ii v. li o supported Gen. Jackson did
.o from prineijdv ; Mr. Van Riren has no fixed princi
ples, aivl therefore can n ver receive their Kiipport.
Rut tie mini pith of Courier's artic
t lie- two closing paragraphs. We regret very much to
see a determination e.presetl by the fi lends of Mr.
' Wrbs-ter, to c .r.t'iiue hi.n :is a candidate f.r the Presi
! dency, vvh'-rs there is nt the rem.. test prospect of his
, success. Such a course can leive no other etli'ct than
I to divide th? - ilorcs of the Whigs, and eventually eb-ct
NUl'KRIOIt C)UilT JUliGH. Mr. Van Ibiren. And. as regir !s the Courier's " Uni-
We hive received an able letter, not intended, how- on," or " Wi lis',, Ilarri.-on, and White Ticket." to be
ever, for publication, naming John Giua, 1H ot" 'tidi and sirij. irted in each State : we con-id -r such
tow n, as n most suitable person to fill a seat on the R-pcn a course utterly impr acticahle ; a ticket with the name
of tne Superior Court. We know not wiu tner Mr. cf NVebrter on it could never receive support in the
be doubted. Here it is tlie gratifying intelligence we
have italicisal :
"Here we hnve nullifying prints whose streams of
abuse and slander against Mr. Van Ruren. charging him
with being the candidate of t ie AU"it oni.-ts and the
friend of their de-igns, have scarcely vet c-ased to tl.xxl
the Ian i' note that fv n's have shocn that 111 and
his friends l,ve SllCCr.llDF.l) IX PCTTIXG
I)( . Till: nOLf TJO.MSTS, a,d hi hunting
is contained in out the fanatical agitators of the mun'ry fmai their
strong, h'dits. these consistent, brawling nuhi'.iers turn
round an i charge Mr. Van Ruren and his friends with
persecuting t ie fi:iat;cs f r 'party effect. '"
A d Mr. Van IJuren h i actuary eut to rest the ab'i
litionists and agitators of the country! S.n.ul d iu.t t ie
peojle of the South sing pra's -s to his name for t .s
act of unsurpassed and loving kin lne-s? Su;dy til"1
cannot n-w refuse their votes to him an 1 his amalgama
tion compiiKni, Col. Johns n. Mr. Van K ir"!i mims'
he a migiity powerful ;it:i, tluis to crii-Ii, at a single
Moid, (we suppose it most hive been .lone at a single
blow, as this is the only one that we hive known of his
fctrikiug against the abolitionists,) a piwerfil party at
The Subscriber is authorized bv Dr. Oliver to
apply this Truss on the conditions above mention
ed, viz.: no cure no pav
November 21, 1833. Sniilury, N. C
Public Safe !
IN pursuance of an (Jhder of the County Court
of Rowan, I will evpose to Public Sale, on the
' premises of the late Samuel Upright, deceased,
i on the 10th day of December next,
Upwards of !sHNl,000 per month have been received TffO AcfiTro 3ItIl,
latterly at the Land Offices of Chicago and Quincy, in Belonging to the estate of said Upright, together
Illinois, at jsl J" per acre. with a small quantity of Corn, Wheat, and Hay.
A credit of twelve months will be given, tho pur-
Vacancy ElectionMonday next, the 23rd instant, d ve(1 Cl!rilv
-1 I - . . I . . 1. 1 I. 1 11 SS li
has been selected as the day oa which to hold an elec
tion in Orange county, fr a Commoner to supply the
vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Forrest.
THOMAS SMITH, Aduu,.
November 17. 1S33.
strength talents, an ! bravery of the wh U
tdiould like to hear the pirticulirs ot th
outn. v e
laying of a
Giles would accept the appointment if tendered to him ; South, although the people may believe him to be an
tut we most fully concur in the opini. n expres-ed by honest politician. Resides, there must be a rallying
the writer, that "the suavity and dignity of Mr. point the people will vote fir no ticket u;in con tin
Giles manners, his great monl worth, and extensive geiscies. Does the Courier Indieve that if such a tick
Ical attainments, render him qualified in an eminent et had been formed in lj4, with Gen. Jackson's name
degree to adorn a seat on the Rench of tlie Superior ! upon it, that it would have received the immense ma
Court and win for it the respect and affection of the jority which he alone received ! Hardly.
pe pie. 1 ne Writer lUri.'ier JllSliy atiUS I.IH WIOO- l --nvi o.niw i; n- uu io.i. ...i nvin, nun iu;
Mr. Giles' opinions on the great Coristitntioml questions splitting; up of, the Van IJuren party in tlirit Si ate, the j rry- f, is a bal rule that icilf not work loth ways.
that have agitated our country, have berm openly ex- j Courier says :
pressed and ably advocated, he lias not descended to i " Vfiv, we would ask, was not the Tammany pirtv
rnin-le in those little party squabble, which detract j JjvWcjI int.. three sections in :u, ; , and :n j
... , 1 -, 1 , . .4 v liy hut because An irew Jackson was at its head an I
from the d.gn.ty of the gentleman, and sink the states- ; hlrra f:,r oM Hickory!" lts watchword! This was
man into the narrow minded, llbberal, and prejudiced tjie lK.,nil o- uriion wlnch c-inented them together, and
partizan." It would lie a most, excellent appointment, j placed at (ietiance tlie assaults of their opponents. Put
' . . 1 there is no such cliarm in the name of Mr. Mai tin Van
fT Superior Court Judge. A communication , ;iircn t brings with it no recollections f services
in the last Raleigh Standard, signed "Several Mem- . rendered to his country of battles fought ami ictor.es
We have received the first No. of the Cheraw Ga
zette, I'M i ted with spirit, and Published, neatly, on an
imperial sheet with fair type, by M. Maclean, at Che
r aw, S. C. The Gazette h rather a neutral in politics.
We hope that friend Maclean may not experience the
ill success of his predecessors.
We have been favored with a cony of tho address of
t!i Itev. Alva Wim I, President of the University of Ala
inma. The following beautiful ex ract is taken fro n it :
Your patriotism an 1 your philanthropy will condvne
j to n !uce yon to extena your tostenng care to every
I g-Kl literary institution amoig us, that it nviv triumph
j over th-1 preju iices of ignorance anJ bigotry ; and that
un.Ser the enlightening and liberalizing influence of such
' institutions, the great experiment ot self-government
no a- unking in t!i United States, may he conducted
to a hipoy issue; and may result in the establishment
of free governments ami of pure religion, throughout!
the world. Is there one of you who ooes not teel some
....rtl,.M ,.f" th-it v:it rpivmohditv wli:ch rets nn.in the
Hit- n..rl!i. t. mk ivklrt .t -n . v i-rt,-1 .. r-fiiro .!. I .,,r'a.ln RMlM:c. ic, ,,ia the etmt d.tnn'o of li-
lral principles, in opivition to the divine right of Kings
and the hereditary cl n ns of despots ! Is there one of
few of the ringleaders; f,r "sure it mut have been a j von, who will n .t a ll a stone to tne great pyramid ot
blfy ti'dd on which Loru " Arthur fell, bv the hand of American hberty, wh.ch shall transmit, tor tl.ous.inds of
Huoi L.C TFULLY informs the publo : . a he
futs located himself m
STATE'S VILLI:, Xorth-C.iro:iH.i,
And occupies tlie stand formerly owned by Doctr.
N. l. Calls left at Mr. Welch's Hotel will be
promptly attended to. Nov. 14, 1S35.
UT!LLER A: MILVEK-m.iI&TSi
forms Ins Friends and the
Public, that lie still conti.
nues to curry on the above
business, in all its various
iyL?c-j-j II.. ci : ..-ii i -
ins ciiu i is sum Kepi on
the Main-street, in Salisbu-
! let ine swe.ir you to .an eternal hatred of all tyranny,
' '" . iw.litirn! mi l eeelesi.istieal : an i to an eternal fidelity to
Defeat tiie Win Hurenits by pluralities or -najorities and j t,K, caue cf knowle,lge, of christian virtue, and of ra
t iey will -till cliiui t!i7 victory! W.ien Ititner was j tional tree.lom. Io forth, then, my dear voung friends,
elected fiovernor of Pennsylvania over the two Van to the high duties to which your country calls you ; and
Buren candidates though not receiving quite so many ' may Clod .Mm gl.H- orotoct and bless you."
vot-s as both of them, the part- prints yelled victory!
to the ends of tlie earth. A case of precisely the same
nature has just taken place in the City of Xew York,
at an election tor a member to Congress. The Van !u-
renites run oiu candidate, Mr. Lee, while tiieir oppo-
b'.MTEl) IX WEDLOCK.
In Iredell county, on the 27th ultimo, by A. Howard,
Esq., Mr. WILLIAM X. HOWARD, to Miss SARAH j
C. ALUS A.
In this county, on the '20th ultimo, by John Shaver,
ters oi me nar, proposes ien i,::nmri.Mwr,wi '-"-, ''.mn.n.. " ., . . , , . . I? PUWIVP fr PI 17- RPPn
i o , t;tli,l '.,,, ,w'U nnn f ,he vacancies on none of the captivating and seductive blandishments nents run two, Messrs. 1 erns and Morgan; Lee was L.. Mr JA -Ob KLDU 1 L. to M.s. : . ., i '
Iem, as a suitable person to LA one ot the vacancies on . - . , , ii;( ni.i, ... nirtr .-' In Cabarrus county, on the lgth instant, bv the Rev.
', ... ' . which are ever i in pa I ted by a a ant, Ixjld, frank, and , elected hy a small plurality, and the same part prints ' t em i r v-i'v mi ' ,,m;,
our Superior Court Bench. , i , n- i . i . V- . n , 1 . - ... ... , .... , 1 L nrv ( i;? kt. .1 r. DA II) LLX i Z, ol Kuwait, to JMiss
Wl 1 ! generf.us bearing, but is allied to the m.t abject syco- yell this as a victory also! U e tiiink the lugs have I ',y. .N-n M()Ypp
We omitted to mention in our list, that Gov. Swain ! pliancy and unprincipled intrigue. Ii is synonvmous , rirIlt fo COu plain" of their supple adversaries in the! 'inRalei'rh on the 1 intant by the R-v Michael
Jessed through Salisbury on his way to the Seat of Go- cunning ami a time-serving disunion, and ,ann.rf of ,hc in,Iiafl.. Wn, yoU never say victory , OsK.rne, JE-AsE li.iOWX, Esq.," formerly 'ot Rowan
i- i .i . . will hereafter be a bye-word ol reproach to those who -' J J .1. t n , e,un i. ?,',,,,.,;
vernment, on Friday the Pith instant. . . , , ., , , ' ,, .. rt , , to us once county, but now 1 idler of the liank of tne State in that
J aspire to high places and seek to obtain them by the lu us "--- ' ... T i,up!'ti')V' i .
.-,.,.,,,, ..r..r... rTTTTTT, . s.-r-r i . i . 1 i . city, to Miss LAvLNA M. McPHLL I LK5, daugiiter
U.4dJJ Vl til Ik7 U. 1 4 & I a I I V. .
t.t : niiko omcTs i scorn and ctinrmt)T ti i-vitv nirri
uti. j . 1 ir in i t .mi . i .T . z? o
r,, . . , ,,i t , otic and virtuous m.nd. Such is bt lined to be tho c ha- w e mi in so.,n Know who is to mi tue o;nce oi uikt-
ct the late treaty are not yet settled, nor indeed does it . , , ,T 0. . . . , , , , ... , .... .,
- - mr-lf-r .t l.irlm Van Itiirr-n iti ,!h.T .Ntntoa nfi.l . in fM pnl tit tlir Itranrh Mint him the oitlCOS at
appear that they are in the wny to an amicable settle
ment. We r.pre.-sed our decided ceasurc of the me
nace contained in Gen. Jackson's Message, and we do
not yet see any reason for changing1 the opinion we then
gave. Put on the other hand the sincerity and good
faith ofLou:s Plnllippe and his government, throughout
it is known to be here, where his whole course, from a the lijosal of the legislature are tilled when the
cunnmg and I ap; ring youth to a successful but intrigu- : pIV,intinent;J to vacancies on the Circuit Court bench
Ill lil, 13 tt.lllll.II l Will" llll'tj in r Til I ix I j. Ml. H llfiV
are his early political friends and asMK.'iafr's!
the ladders bv which he rose to eminence
.i i i-- -- t ii . .
ine Wi.oie anair very iiaDie to suspicion, are nanny mai- ii umI ' an such a man unite the neon e in his sniv vi.. .-,i
ter of doubt any longer. From the most careful consi-; port ? Can such a politician rally around him tho-o i CAXDOIt AND IlO.LST OF VAN BUliEXISM. . pjour country,
Uv Where i t"'ia" ke made, if one gentleman be not provided for, Bacon, . .
ire ' I f-.rle i ' '0 shall see the reason why the Hranch Mint appoint-; JJwax
lown as: .ion as ued turned adrift as soon as the pur- ! ment at Charlotte lias been held by a temporary super- otton
Hes for which he .sought their friendship are accoiop- jntendent, UV hav inort- to say on this subject anon. (7orilf
ushed ! Can Mich a man unite the people in his sup- Fl ivJeed
true model f a onular government! On this altar! rv, one door above the Store of Samuel Lemlv A
feon. atches and Clocks of every kind will be
REPAIRED with neatness, at short notice,
on reasonable terms, and Warranted for 1 2
He will always keep on hand a variety of artU
cles in his line; such as
Patent Lever WalcllCS, (English, French,
Swiss, and Dutch.)
Gold .and Plated Fob Chains,
(iold and Plated Watch Guards.
Gold and Plated Watch Keys.
Gold and Plated Watch Seals.
Gold Ear-bobs, Breast-pins, and Finger-rings,
Silver Ware; Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, and
Silver Spectacles, and steel frames and glasses.
Fine Pocket and Dirk Knives, and Silver Fruit
Pocket Pistols and Dirks.
Breast Buttons and Musical Boxes.
r:i4 i c
AT CHERAW, (S. C.) November 10, 1SC53. TV 7 j - . "V .
i , i , i i i Us V7iu vtoui itiHi outci litKt u io t:.eoioit: no
9 a ll;.ails and Rrads, . t ' , . . , , , - .
1- Sugar, brown, . 10 a P2.t : art,c,f Purchased at bts shop, and in pay merit tor
14' a 1() vorK none auu ueois uue. u. u. x
Salisbury, August '22, l3o. ti
Current i'ricc ol Iroi!iuc, Vc.
14 a 17
Tiie Washington Van Duren Glolie of the lltii inst.,
copies from the last British Almanac the statement
j that the failure of ninety-six Banks in the United States
deration of the suhiect. we believe the French Govern- I !'-'" who when they firt gave their adherence to Jack-
ment are ready to make the Treaty of lNH,a cause of ;iisiii, did so from the rure,t and mt ennobling mo
. , , , , , , tives rv which man can bo swayed? Never did men
war if delay and duplicity not too ban taced, can effect , ni.. mirr.r nrinr;i,K(,r,tr1niNln th tl. -.-
this end. To any one acquainted with France and the : pj,, f trijs state when the great Clmtonian party, led is among the remark ble events related as having oc
French character, it is obvious that th; present state of on by their chief, proclaimed thir preference fir the i curred in April iSll ; which with a liberality ami re
that country is unnatural, false, and cannot last lonrr. Hero of New Orleans; and if at that time nought could gard fir truth characteristic of the official is denomina-
Louis Philbne is t.x aracious not to be aware of this ,::'-VP. rc.ica wan iron, ine.r oetermmeu pun,., it trd Opi'O.mtion Bvnk History
r, ' ' , . , , . ... wo'jl.l liave tKcn the acc s.-ton oi Martin van IJuren to
Jiict. I he system regularly trsue by him and his . i. . i.,. . , i ...i i ,...i
- - i.i'-iiiiiir s -a i ii. i ii i i iti.j ij nt ni.ii iiiiiiiT-ij nit:
Feathers, . .
Iron, . . .
Molasses, . .
13i a 141 do. loaf, . . 16 a 17
. f5 a TfvSalt, per sack, . O a olH)
.1(X) a l'd .lo. bushel, . ft? a 75
.750 a (XHi rotton Bagging,. i5 a 30
S00 a 9(H)' Bale Hope, . . 10 a 12
. 3o a Wheat, ... 113
A a "jWool 10 a IS
. 40 a 4ol Whiskey, . . . 40 a 47
ministry since the 13th March. 1-31, is not likely to be I,,,nented Clinton with all tho terocitv of a bIo.xl hound,
4 ONE Hun '.red Dollar Bill, payable at the
Piitrintie l:inlc. nt WnshinTton eitv. d.itrd
aware that every evil falling this country or ex.st.ng j No nof recnllcctedf was h ,he subscri-
I ber iKitween Morganton and Salisbury, on the
in the haunted itnainatiuns of tho Kitchen Cabinet is
- . .. a . . . . . ... . I A . A I a I i
re-raced. An internal commotion w!iic!i would burl s and who bad held up the name ot Jackson to public . lurmui.i io i.i opposition ami me i;nix, uui u is fjuue t:1,T .vl.i i1,.VpP,n .1,0, 11,1, arif intb inct
the King from his tlirone and bring buck the Bourbons ' scorn as a 'licentious sol.lier,' a cold-blooded murderer,' 1 a piece of news to us to be informed that the op;osition j reward of SO will be men to anv person find
er substitute the f,,n of a republic ; or a foreign war ; ' hurles.p.e m,n De.nracy,' and 'a Tyrant, whose , aro printers of British Almanacs. Why did not the i Ilir anJ jeSiverhig said note to It. C. Pearson, Esq.,
seems inevitable. A war at once attaches their immense j i'"" 'Vt'u'' ''7.V!i!i Y. . . . .iC'"!!i . :.. .1 : . ! (',ohe 'itli its usual veracity that it was minted by I atMorranton. X. C.
standing army of 4'JO.UVJ, and their large and well j ciy an,j tho Ct1Mty uf Kings, which adjoins us, n ay, ,J;1,lk Attorneys, on 1
quipped navy to the King, besides a numerous portion 1 lot our own citizens carefully peruso those "si"-nsof the I Nicholas' E.xpence !
of the civil classes. The increasing restrictions im
posed on the Press since 1S31 and its final muzzling the
present year, look to the same end. By giving to the
Government entire control of the public ear, public
feeling can be moulded at will. During war public
Attention would not be concentrated to remove the
frhackles from the Press provided it blew loud the trum
pet of the nation's victories It is well known that
Ixuis Philippe has apprehended most danger to his
throne from Russia, Austria, and Prussia. A war with
the United States, the model of Free Institutions, at
once conciliates those powers and f'.nd- vent fur tlie
restive and fiery tpirits of his own subjects. Bat if
Iauis Philippe be really desirous to maintain peace
with this country; he can easily lo so by acting with
good faith and causing the I:iJemriiy to be paid. It
now is at his option to do so or to decline on. frivolous
pretence of waiting tbr further e.vplan itions. As to explanation-',
we trust Gen. Jackson will not so fir forget
what is due to the dignity of this country as to otfer
:n .re. We thjuld even t-r.'f.T to se; a du!v authenti-
t lines, arid they will bud in them abundant evidence
that in this State Mr. ' art:n Van Buren is, and ever
..111.. ! 11. . :. ..
win oe, in a most mirame mummy. . . arr:,in nresente.b tlie other d.iv. with another m.mm
hat, then, does it become the higs to ;o as tlie . , . , ' 1 1 .i 1
t ici.tt tuitii lli.'tiSLil tJl 9 iii.ii.a ill iciiiu, uim
friends of the Constitution and tiie Iaws, the enemies
of Executive usurpations, and the contemners of those
who would obtain high places by degrading the institu
tions of our country, and the practice of the most de
basing and abject sycophancy ! A very large majority
of them in this State (ourselves among the number)
look upon Daniel Webster as the man of all others the
most conspicuous for his able iiefence' of the Constitu
tion against Executive encroachments. We know
Lucky we Another mammoth BEET ! We were
wards of 2'S inches in circumference, and weighed 9
pounds. It grew in the garden of Mr. Benson of this
place. There were nine others of about the same size
raised in the same bed.
15$ minted l
. Ten t!touaml lb.
-'jLfe f FORK, and twelve hun-
tX'iSS&ZsS dred bushels of C O II X
wanted at the Conrad Gold Mine; for which the
him to be as estimable in private life as he is tran- j Uv one Beuben Chambers, a Quaker Abolition-Atheist. 1 Cash will be paid, on contract, delivered at the
scendently great in the Senate; and as devoted to the j fIe abiwcs ailJ ri,iicules? an the advocates for keeping Mine, ia Davidson countv, North Carolina.
e-reat cause ot cml liberty as he is conspicuous tor the j ro n .1 ci 1 1 n 1 " ItPVIAMIV ITSTIV
, , 1 . 11 . .1 : 1 i..i 10 v the Sabbath day, of Sabbath Schools, and all be- 11j. J . -i 1 AUOin,( ,.,,
unrivaled talent and judgement with which ne has de- - , nvr curr r v Agents.
The Dethania Palladium is a little 7-by-9 weekly,
published at Bc-thania, Iancaster county, Pennsylvania,
Nov. 21,133. F. A. MOORE.
P. S. 1 think it probable that there were some
two or three small bills lost at the same time as
above. F. A. M.
CO UN and PORK
fended the saerod temple of our rights against the as
saults of ruthless, unprincipled, and ambitious dema
gogues. Others, again, perceive in the great military
services, thp civil qualiiications, and the admitted pru
dence and discretion of William Henry Harrison equal
claims to confidence and support; and a third party
uevolent Societies, and avers that Methodist Camp-
meetings are about upon a pnr with Card-tables, lotte
ry otlices, II ace-grounds, Grog-shops, and Theatres,"
and expresses the hope that they will bo presented, at
the ne.xt Court for Lancaster county, as a "public nui-
ind in the purity of mind and quiet determined stunt of j ccM Reuben, thou art requested riot to send any
!Iugh Lv.V;o:i Whitg what they deem proper and cs- more of thy pipers to tins olnce. Multvn in parvq.
November 14, 1835.
To JSerchanl, and others.
4 LARG E QUANTITY of excellent white WBAP
V PING PAPEii, of newspaper size, now on hand,
and may be had ou very cliean terms, by application at
Oct, 10. f THIS OFFICE.
THE Subscriber has just return
ed from Philadelphia, where he
JL, purchased a rich assort mentof
V V m m as m a W f
Of lit most recent Fusnions.
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Lever,
Do. do. Duplex,
Ladies' Gold Lever and do.
PJain English and Swiss
Fine Gold Fob-Chains and Keys;
Fine Plated Fob-Chains and Keys;
Ladies' Plated Neck-Chains;
A rich assortment of Breast-Pins and Rings;
Fine Ear-Rings, (iold and Plated ;
Ladies' Jet, Silver, and Gilt Waist-Buckles;
Shell Music Boxes and Silver Pencils
A large assortment of Spectacles for all Eyes;
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Icket Books;
Superior Wade and Butcher Cencave Razors;
14 Pocket Knives and Scissors;
Leather and Silk Money-Purses;
Ladies' large Tuck and Side-Combs ;
Do. Snuff Boxes, and Thimbles;
Fine Plated Castors and Candle-sticks,
Together with Chains, Pistols, Seals, and Keys,
&c. Also, Silver Spoons and Sugar-Tongs.
He hopes that his Friends and Customers will
call and see his fine assortment, and B U Y He
will sell low for C A S II , or on a short credit.
Orders from distance will le promptly filled.
Watches and Clocks repaired well, and War
rantedor Twelve Months. CT Old Gold and
Silver taken in exchange f.r Jewellery.
JOiiN C. PALMER.
Salisbury, September 12, 1535. tf