North Carolina Newspapers

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RUT CCELVM.
THE CAROLIXUN.
SALISBURY:
Saturday Morning, December 5, 1035.
" STATE IJXHSIATURE.
Our columns are very much crowded this week with
the proceedings of our Legislature, which we deem of
more interest to our renders than any thing1 eke we at
this time are able to give.
On reference to the proceedings, the render may get
a clue at the manner in which "the party" managed
the election of Governor applying the screws- of par
ty, and forcing the election upon the House without gi
ving the members tiui to cotieider the qualifications of
the candidate proposed. We bespeak attention to the
sensible and appropriate remarks of Messrs. Iuug, ot
Iredell, and Clingman, of Surry, on Mr. Hoke's motion
to go immediately into the election of Governor.
From the proceedings of the Legislature thus far, it is
evident that the people may expect but little wholesome
legislation from the present session. Elated with their
email majority in that body, the Van Hurcnites seize
upon every opportunity to show their power permit
ting no office, (in their power) however trivial, to be
tilled with any but partizans. By this course, they are
palmiii" upon the State a set of officers probably with
out qualifications and breaking up all cordiality of feel
ing among the members, and all attempts at judicious
action on the business of the people. However, there
is one consolation the Amended Constitution being
Ratine I, the present boJy will s.ion be disolv and
we arj very certain, never to mevt again with a an
Buren majority in it. At the next Au-u.-t Election,
when R pr.ei:r ition sin 11 V ecm llizel, when the large
Whig counties of the West, which now send three re
publicans, shall then send mr; anl the small Van Bu
ten counties of the East, which n;.w se.i I three an
Buren men, .shall then send one. Van Boreiis.ii will
give its h.-t gap in North Carol.ii.i. Thes- things will
certainly be so. " M.irk them down I" The Govern
or' election will al then be I lb. he P nple, .. nd
the Van Buremtes will find it not qu- so easy to puh
their candidate through the great body of the Sove
reigns, withoa: giving, tiwm time to examine Ins coai
ii:on. OT Flections the Lr:'ifaurr.Ti. official
Vote f.r Governor was S; light 103; Means Hi; W.
J). M-ks lv, of Lenoir, and now Speaker of the Senate,
(not m noun ition) 4; Joseph M'D. Carson, of Burke,
(not i nonmition) 1. The Inauguration of t.'ie Go
vernor elect, (says the Register,) will tike place in tlie
Hall of the Hour! of Commons, on Thursday the 10th
instant, tt 12 o'clock, meridian.
Nathan A. Stedn,in, Esq., has been re-elected Comp
troller of Public Accounts without opposition. Mr. S.
lias pr vj i a worthy ai I efficient officer, anl deserved
a re-election.
On the 23th, Edward Stanly, E.i., of Washington
Lenoir, fjiri
Lincoln, 1,779
Macon, 591
Martin, 0
Mecklenburg, 1,015
Moore,
Nash. 2t
New-Hanover, 123
Northampton, 9
Onslow, 31
Orange, 1,6 IS
Pasquotank, li
Person, 112
Penmiuions, 12
Pitt, 23
Richmond, 359
Robeson, (2
Rockingham, 21
Rowan, 1,'JttO
Rutherford, l.f.H
Sampson, 116
Stokes, 1.137
Surrv, 1,110
Wake, 370
Warren, 76
Washington, 20
Wavne, 5."
Wilkes, 1,033
147
12
7G-
113
-
o53
505
301
4M
111
320
Ml
511
730
15
4-1
M
1
522
152
29
901
433
317
KW
141
51
502
11
1,097
105
8
53
12
07
1,031
16
10
32
26.1
16
012
1,570
1,557
1
1,061
1,731
213
46
11
2S
1,777
220
U2
19
795
For our pari we do not deem the acquisition of Texas
by the United States as desirable on any account what
ever. We are in no lack of territory virgin soils
equal to the best in the world. When the Union in
163 ' its present extent shall become as populous as some coun-
757 j tries in Europe, France for example, we shdl number
, about four hundred millions of souls. Tlie bands of our
r., Union would not be strengthened by the accession of
o jq I a proviuce differing from us in language, manners, laws,
44 1 and religion. If Texas in the Southwest or the Cana
2"?7 das in the North ever become severed from their pre
431 sent connections, let them form separate and indepen-
; dent sovereignties.
Q-y$ j We would here express our sympathies with the
(;3 I Texanians in their present struggle, if such expression
24 , woulJ be of any advantage to them, and we greatly
2 j doubt the propriety of interfering more actively in
4lj? ! their affairs.
4 1 '
4 I
1,124
5-0
409
DG6
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OUR RELATIONS WITH FRANCE.
The prospect of an amicable and speedy settlement
of our difficulty with France is not at the present time
very cheering. One point is clear that there is a want
of good faith in the professions of the American oi
French Cabinet perhaps in both. A9 well as we can
judge, the proceedings of both Governments in tiiis af
fair appear to be expressly intended to render the peo
ple of the two countries respectively ready to engage
in a war against the other. If war be the result, it will
I We have received Gov. McDuffiVs able Message,
which the crowded state of our columns obliges us to
defer noticing until next week.
niection. A writ of Election has been issued to the
Sheriff of Cabarrus county, ordering him to open polls
on Monday the 7th instant, to eh-ct a Commoner to sup
ply tlie seat of Col. D. M. Darringer, resigned.
OZr Whic Victory'. Hugh Waddell, Esq., a staunch
Whig, has been tdected from Orange county, to supply
the vacancy occasioned by the death of James Forrest,
Van Buren. Thus goes North-Carolina.
OCT Chfering from Mississippi. The Whigs are
carrying all before them m Mississippi. I vnch fWlii '-')
be well fir the advisers of the President if they uc- , ;s rnost certainly elect -d Governor, over Runn dls (Vm
ced in turning the deep-toned execrations which they iur,,n) j,, .Madison, Hinds, and R-inkin, Lynch has a
will richly merit from the American people in0 in lig-. majonty of 521. ldext-r will. mot probablv, be re
nition at the hollowness and insincerity of a Frtc.i King. , eit,cled to Uu. ; s Stinv. If ne siiouid, it will be
We confess we entertain h high an opinion of Mr. V. j anj wurr.,.lVufvl t,, the ms.
IJiiren s adroitness, that no statrt of public opin.on in re-
guru 1o a 1 reiich nr w ill s.irpns-.' us. It seems to w
admitted on all inn Is, tint Gen. Jirkson is this ear to
The Y-jrkvil! .- Times 'hat the owner of a drove
of hogs which p i- '! through t t it place, had th ",jo;
strous conscii tcr !1k i dollars gro.v fir his txrk."
We tliink the m in !; id no ru unci cr.ee at all, or at least
that he was an uavmscionable fellow.
m n 1 a pucitie m -s ige to Congress and to throw up
on it the responsibility of war m- tsures, to be brought
f r ward in that body bv t i Kitchen Cabinet tools, in
case it q deemed advisable. j jn tjie Alabama Legislature, the friends of Judge
The prompt appointment ot a .Minister by the britisfi White have a majority. Mr. McCIung, a nephew of
(loveriiment to succeed .Mr. augtian, while ti.e Liuled ; JuJjre White, was elected speaker of tlie House.
States have te-n fir a long time h ilf representcl in
England by a (Jharge, appears to indicate that that Go- ! OT" Interesting Corrcsjtowhncc. Although friend
vernmont do not regard our French relations in the way Job is rather late with a part of his intelligence, we
to an amicable arrangement. give place to his communication with pleasure :
We much apprehend the time is not past for the ap
plication o
D lira at rrges, plectunfur Achivi
ANOTHElt LIFE OF MARTIN VAN I1UHEN
Has ji-t mide it? appearance, as we learn from some
extracts and notices of it published in the newspapers;
fbr we have not seen the entire work. It is from the
pen of Win. M. Holland, E.-q., Professor of tlie an
and Greek languages. This IViography we presume
is inteneed lor the Aristocracy of the spoils party, tlie
rose-colond supporters of the Kmderhook Politician,
JOB TINKER to ROB SHORT.
Ilovsi: of Commos, liOBuv, Nov. 23.
DeaE Short: Spaiglit is cdectd Governor at lust ;
and I have adopted a new motto on tlie strength of his
election. I'crsi vcrancc is the word.
Yours, JOB TINKER.
N. B. When you write to Ned Backet, tell him Jim
Hutchison is expected to run for Camp-colorman.
Tlie follovving Stanzas are translations cf the song of
the Archangels which forms tlie Prologue in Heaven
to the Faust of Goethe. The tirsi were done into En-
f ir that portion of his friends, with whom, in the lan-
guige of their organ the Washington Globe, wealth is glii.li by l)rd Gower, the second translation of the sane
prima facia evidence o f trtrrlh. Those meager, bald, stanzas which we have subjoined, is by David Syme. The
disjoined sketches, Ihll Emmons' balderda?h Lives of bold poetical inspiration of the ideas and the ricii melo-
Matty Van Buren and Amalgamating Dick Johnson, dy of the versification cannot fail t strike every p.Tson
stink in their arisUKrratic notes. Martin Van Buren who has music in Ids soul. Faust has been but little
must needs be exhibited in a manner euited to the corn- read comparatively in America, and a friend of ours of
UNITED IN WEDLOCK,
In this Countv, on tlie 26th ultimo, bv the Rev. W.
A. Hall, Mr. ANDREW GRAY, of Rowan, to Miss
MARY E. ROBINSON, of Iredell.
In Anson county, by the Rev J B Anthonv, Mr W
II SMITH, of Montgomery countv, to Miss EM KLINE
WADDILL, of Anson ; Also, by "the same, on ttie 19th
ultimo, m Montgomery countv, Mr WILLIAM AL
LEN to Miss ANN CRUMP
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
In Randolph county, on the 17th ultimo, Mr. JOHN
B. M )SS, about 60 years of age. Mr. M. was high
ly distinguished for those virtues which constitute the
benevolent man, affectionate hu.-hand, indulgent parent,
and the pious Christian. lie 2i- 1, as h
by all who knew him.
ELECTION OF JUDGri!
THE LINCOLNTON NEWS.
" Truth our guide The Public (Jood our aim.''
The Subscribers, believing that some channel of com
munication is wanting in Western Carolina thro' which
its citizens can interchange freely their opinions upon
tiie various subjects of Politics, Religion, Literature, and
the Mechanic Arts, projxt-e to publish in the Town of
Liiicohiton,a Weekly Paper under the above title. True
there are papers in Western Carolina, but in the weal
thy and populous section of the State west of Salisbu
ry there is none. We believe, from our knowledge ot
the intelligence of the people of that section of the
State, that they can, and will support a paper; and we
therefore are impelled to the undertaking, fully relying
upon tiieir liberality for such a measure of support as
we may deserve.
In proposals of this kind, it is usual for those who
make them, to set forth their political principles ; and
though we are not politicians by trade, lest our silence
upon this subject might be construed into a want of can
dor, we will briefly give an exp-we of our political opi
nions : As the first article in our political creed, we
place the accountability of those who exercise power to
those who give it. We believe our government to be
one of limited powers, and that those who are entrus
ted with its administration have no right to exercise
any, hut such as have been delegated to them by the
p M;ie, in such as are clearly set forth in our wr;tten
Constitution. We will therefore oppose all encroach
ments uimn the rights of the people, let them come from
whnt quarter the' miy,and will sound tlie alarm when
ever danger approaches. We will contend for econo
my in the administration of both our Federal and State
Governments, an 1 will oppose all lavish expenditures
of the public funds, believing as we do, that money in
toe hands of bad rulers is the most dangerous engine
which can be brought to bear upon the liberty of the
people.
With regard to the approaching Presidential elec
tion, we are decidedly opposed to the nominee of tli3
Itiitunore Convention, and will zealous! v, and hr 1 1 1 v
Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Raleigh, u.i
der date of
"Monday Evem.no, Decmlicr 1.
"Dear Sir: John M. Dick of Guilford was tins day
elected to suoplv the vacancy on tlie Bench of the Su-
M f . I i X WW .
livfwl Wn.l ; Perior uourt in place ot tne late lion, iieury oeaweiL
Jiveu, lUVLU . r i'' .-ill .
i ne lvaieign papers w in give you tne numieroi uauoi
ings which the party, who have the numerical strength,
thought proper to intlict on the State for the sole pur
pose of ascertaining whether Mr. Henry of Fayetieville
would serve if elected. Saturday's mail brought them
his absolute and unconditional refusal. Sunday inter
vened a day here appropriated to the most unholy of
purposes the screws were applied, the party rallied,
and, after performing one or two political evolutions,
were dismissed, under the orders of a Drill Sergeant to
be punctual in their attendance on the battle field at
the roll of the drum or rather the ringing of tire bell.
Monday came, and the party, who on Friday, l their
votes, pronounced Mr. Dick incomp tent to the task of
a Prosecuting (tfneer, were fully convinced by thei?
leaders that he was eminently qualified to preside oc
the Hatch.'.' Thus we go God save the State!'
The Lincoln
Cotton .12:)iiufHctmiii Company
IJESPECTFULLY inferm the Public, that by
- mutual consent, the company have dissolved
their Co-Partnership, and that they now inform
all those indebted to said Company to make im
mediate payment; and all Agents to close their
agencies as soon as possible. And all those ha
ving demands against the company, to present
them for settlement to James Hiving.
HOKE, S.M1KXK,& lilVlNGS.
Lincolnton, Dec. 5, 1835. p5
Iafcsl Improvement.
rn. price's
'or the immedi ru- lltli'f and radical Cure of
HEX MA or RUPTURE.
authori-
united
'11 IE Subscriber, having been legally at
zed to vend and ap.dv Dr. Price's ceh-
oppose his election. We are opposed to the Caucus Sys- I nprored I'aU-nt Mef-.il he t russ, in tl a'J'os
d what it may. H e believe tiieiAonli i aroluia aiM ngium, Hikes , t- i
ot
puoiic servants. j I,,lrun,ent
bus briefly, and candidly laid down our e
rples, anl we will maintain and support' 1 ,
nines, but at the same time, with a re-j fvv uf k in
pit ..Vile in.
presenting to tiie citizens f those relate?, the od
vantages of this highly approved uud celebrated
i Instrument ; for winch purpose tie is ik.w visiting
1 towns i t those States, if.n.aa.iisg a
each, at which time ail persi.- msIi-
nc e
i i t : . !. .t li 1 1 u I it I ir.
county, was eiccteu rxincuur m i i-- .,
CUii. i ne vote uw . ou.i. , "i , . . n.ii i. i,i:.i.:.:
v ;.ir.Ttrr Ft of' prenension atvi leenngs oi everjr ciass in tocifiy. jj;h nne I'isie ius sui-an-u iu u icpumit n m pins in
l.-t. 'Jn I
3
11 -
h wit!i!rawn.
4 3
U:i Friday, the -J7th, John
Stoke? county, was elected Solicitor General of the
State, on t!ie second balloting, as follows:
John F. Poindexter,
Jo .n M. D ck,
John Scott,
Joh.i S. Guthrie,
IKnifc,
O l Sit'irhv, th-3 2ifh, the Li-1 'ture w-nt into a
ballotng, but without effect it seems, fr a Judge of
the Suu-rior (Tourts, to sur;dy the vacancy occasioned
by th death of Judge S Mweil. The Iie;rister gives
the following state. ueiit of the inetf ctuil lallotiugs:
"Tb l.eV,s!-.ture find rrreat tli::icnlt in making a
Jiid re to
weli'o de
poots corner." But we fear that the deep plnlo-
Fmmons" mannessof f tyle and coarseness of sentim.-nt our
were do
community
carr: age-wheels of tlie ollice-holding lordlings of the understind the bold conceptions and daring flights of
Party. Kat tin curled darlings of his partizans re-t the poet's genius.
leemeil be.-t adapted to jjul 1 tliat portion of the , sophy of this extraordinary poem would bo appreciated i havi leizure, and who are friendly to our undertaking,
nitv. fro;n the .-weatofvvho.se brow areoded the but by few readers, while tinny would not fail to mis- j to favor us with communications upon any subject of
tem, let it be named
people, and the piitple alone are the proper depositories
of power, and that they, and they alone have the right
to select their public servants.
e have thu
jvditicai pnnci
them with firninos?i
KiuMfiil ntfonti-.n t,a ini.,r, rS tli.i !,,, m-iv-tifL I UIIT tO t0 relieved ! tOO (Ull'L C Ullll lllCOl'Vf
fer with us. Our paper we intend to be free, and nn-j of Rupture, will m ike application.
shackled, and will therefore wive place to well written In olll'rin the TiiUSS t tiie aSlicted ot llnpi'
coiiiniunications, let them come from what party they . tre We do it, con'i k ntly believing lioni the Mic-
m;iy, !o that tiK'v be treo trom low invective ami abuse, n.. pr;o Koo i,.,,l i-.r-i,,;,. . li o,,tor.. ..' t..,.rr
winch never subserve the great object we have in j standin r and of eVery descr.ptim on one or both
view in the discussion of political questions, the truth, j ., , j ,i ' ,f ,iA
but alvvtys have a tendency to degrade, and lower the 7 . , ? , .- . . . - .,.
public press. hignest authority 111 favor of its superior ut.iity,
The adoption of an enlightened and vigorous system that it is the most valuable Iti-iruuicnt for their
of improvement by our State, hirrhterto so mucli neg-j use. It can be worn with convenience, day and
lected. being necessary, as well tbr the prosperity in ii- night, which in the estimation of the most disfin-
vidually of our citizens, as for the State at large, every j Jjjj Surgeons, is essentially important to cf-
measure tending to this end shall receive the cordial -r.t a nPI11!1,M1, 1Mi needv , nre of JJijeture.
.,....rt -,fn,a 4. vrivvj" v i's. J
We will devote a rxirtion of our paner to Agricul
ture, Literature, Religion, and such other matters as
are usually found in a miscellaneous weekly paper.
Our object will be to have something for the. palates of
all. and we will take this occasion to request those who
The poor relieved ratui-
quir for their contemplation, the ments of their idol toj
he d-srribed in courtly phrase and .stately periods by a
learned Pro'ess.T' of Ianuaixes. We mean no dispar- ;
agenvmt to the high endowments of Mr. Holland, by
mentioning his name in conjunction with Bdl I'mrnon's
that paltry party drudge: it is as a specimen of Van
Buren t ictics.
Thi Life by Prof. Holland is intended to promote
i Van Bure-14 election to the Presidency, and from trie
1.. :.. .: 1 ... i..,i ,.. 1 1 ",
if,' T ere h ive been ..even biile.tm- wit!,- evid-nces bef ,re us, ,t is undoubtedly an ingenious and
1 o- . . -.. .. : i - r... . -m ...,11 .!:
out a ch-'c-- O i t!i fir.it balloting, J aa I., iiiiley. ( aoie paruzan .irii'i 1 m ii'.-nvor. 1 uc- w u ui,r
Fred 1 -;ck Xish, an I V. C. Stanly w-t- in nomination, 1 lined mini of the author, m 1 his skilful use of language
and th; vole -tool thus. Biiley'47; Nash IT; Stanly omi.ieotly .pnl fy hhn t mike "the wor-. afpear tlie
blank and scatterinir 71. Mr. Tixj .ier's na ne was ; iHttpr rr.aso!i " Mr. II illand is an able Lmrtrr as well
then added, a.i.i the ?eron t balloting was a f .11, .as; as jt.arnfl(j prof,., nil,J perhaps the practice of the
Jluley 30; X-ish 37; Trrl funn-r proH-ssion-e indiscriminate d fence of right
brattennT Before the thml ralltinir tiK place,
tne nane'of lllvvarl Hail was a i ied to the no-nm itio ., a.id tcronghis had with him its usual pernicious
anl it resulted in jivtng f r Iui- i). He:Uy (n t in 110-
miaitio-i) 37; Ba-Iv i; -Nash 31: tanly:l; IIiUUI;
b'ank and .Mrattenny 11. Tie fourth balUur- st.xfl :
Jlenry 5J; Hi.lev'3-J; Xash 31 ; Stanly II ill 15;
Too-r.er U, blank and scatter n. 1-. On tlieoth ballot
ing, (.Mr. Toe liner's name having been withdrawn.) Hen-rrece:vL-d
51; Bailey 40; Xasli 31; Stanly 'JO; Hall
15; blank anl scattering 10- On the (ilh, Henry re
ceived Cr2; Bailev 51 ; .ash ; Stanly 10; Hall 13 ;
blank and scattering 15. Previous to the 7t;i balloting,
the names of M.'ssrs. Hall anl Stanly were withiravvn,
and tlie vote stood : Ibmry f5 ; Bailey 70; Nash 10;
blank and scattering 11."
Qr The fnal result. ll -Iow, wc give a list of
the votes pdled in 55 Counties at the recent election
!hr and against the Amendments to tlie Con.-titutiort.
Tiie Amend uents, being adopted by the People, will
go into effect on the 1st day of January, 1S3. We al
o, f r future reference, publish the vote given in the
a;ne Counties for and against the call of tlie Conven
tion :
Ao ( 7m.
Counties.
An.xon,
A. -lie,
u:icombe,
Bladen.
Ilea u tort,
Uurke,
Cabarrus,
Columhus,
Carteret,
Chowan,
Cumberland,
Caswell,
Craven,
Dividson,
Duplin,
fMgecombe,
Franklin,
Gatesr
Granville,
Greene,
Guilford,
Halifax,
Hertford,
Hvde,
Iredell,
Johnson,
Jonee,
For Con.
7:U
2til
1,100
Jl
41
1,353
50.5
m
74
30
550
tiJ7
1-5
1,014
74
57
73
00
270
4
1,271
10
5
1.010
45
1)
411
41
470
W)7
11
71
307
2tH
315
MU7
201
210
47
v:v.)
07r
473
X
37l)
143
301
43G
473
27
1W0
Rat.
M5
4GG
1,3J2
G
00
1,0-J7
507
3
3-J
mi
l'JG
121
l,i.)3 1
50
20
K"
12
133
9
D71
!
r
4
O
1,1 oK
73
Rcjec.
41
-
501
G30
G7
40
.101
:2
:322
430
102
207
3.3
5:2
1.3(H)
017
5rj
N
432
2.57
411
510
331
V
770
230
influence on the mortl jvrceptions.
Mr. Holland avows the " most ultra democratic doc
trines, and no doubt in all sincerity. With him in this
resjtect we cordially and fully agree, unless by demo
cratic he mean agrarian : for no tyranny is so unequal
and intolerable as ihat of a inob, nor any aristocrats so
insolent and servile too, as the leaders of a mob. Bat
we are at a loss to discover how any person of Mr.
Holland's sense can find his beau ideal of democracy in
Martin Van Buren the impersonation of aristocracy
and anti-Americanism in bis manners and private life,
and the type of all variableness and undefinability in
political principles
We are sorry that a gentleman of Mr. Holland's de
cidedly high order of intellect, can find no more wor
thy theme, than one which must needs be so ephemer
al as a partizan life of the Kinderhook Intriguer.
TEXAS.
Col. Robinson, the agent of a colony in Texas Ins
stated in the Nashville Republican that Mexico has ce
ded Texas to tlie United States. This is unquestiona
bly an error. Texas has not, we believe, been ceded
to this country; nor is there any probability that it will
ever become a member of this Government either as a
Territory or a State. The eyes ot a great many per
sons we are aware, are directed to that country, as to
a " promised land,' with a vague anticipation that it
will either by treaty, or by internal dissensions with
Mexico, come under the protection of our laws. That
this will never happen is certain from a single view of
the subject. Texas from it position must inevitably be
a sdave-holdmg community, should it ever be a member
or come into the possession of thi9 Union. B.fore it
can belong to the United Stiles, there must be some
action of one or both Houses of Congress. In the Se
nate there are thirteen non-slave-holding States repre
sented, exclusive of Mar land, every one of which
would oppose even the gratuitous cession of Texas to
us. In the House of Representatives, the opposition
would be much stronger. Constitutional scruples too
would not as in the case of Ixmisiaiia disappear before
the powerful and urgent reasons which rendered tlie
acquisition of that territory indispensably necessary.
PROLOGUE IX IIEAVEX.
SO.VG? OF THE T!If EE ARC1I-AXGELS.
RriirL:
The sun his ancient iivtnn of wonder
Is touring out to kiriired spheres,
And still pursues, with march of thunder,
His preappointed coure of years.
Thy visage gi.ves thy angeis pi.ver.
Though none its dazzling rays withstand,
And bright, a in their na ii hour.
Creation's dazzlmg rays expand.
Gabrikl:
And still the earth's enduring motion
Revolves with uncomputed speel.
And o'ec the checquere I arth and ocean
Darkness and light by turn- .-ueceed.
The billowy waste of seas is buling
From deep iri.nev.il rocks below,
Yet on their destri 'd marc 1 are toiling
The rocks that stand, the waves that flow.
Michel:
The whirlwind and the storm are raging
From sea to land, from land to main;
AnJ adverse elements engaging,
The trembling universe enchaiij.
Tiie lightnings of the dread destrover
Precede his thunders through the air;
Yet, at the nl of their employer,
Tiie servants of his wrath forbear.
Chorus :
Thy visage gives the angels power.
Though uone its dazzling rays withstand,
And, bright as in their natal hour.
Creation's dazzling realms expand.
TIIE LORD, TIIE HEAVENLY HOSTS.
The three Archangds cotr.c forward.
Rvpiiaf.l:
The sun, along the void of space.
Is sounding with his brother sphere?.
And rolls on his predestined race
At thunder speed : his aspect cheers
The angels, though none understand
What his mysterious music says.
The works of the Creator's hand
Are fresh as in creation's day3.
Gabriel:
And fast, beyond conception fast.
Yon fair Earth on its axis flies,
Now in night's dreadful shadows cast.
Now shining bright as paradise.
Against the rocks the broad waves strike.
High foaming from their depths profound.
And rocks and restless waves alike
Sweep on in ever rapid round.
Michael:
And tempests in contention strain
From soa to lan I, from land to sea.
And in their fury weave a chain
Of deep works through eternity.
A fierce, far desolating tire
Before the thunder "takes its flight,
But all thy angels, Lord, admire
The gentle changes of thy light.
THE THREE :
The angels may not understand,
But gain new vigour as they gaze:
The works of thy creating hand
Are fresh as ia creation's daj-f. .
mteret.
The paper will be issued the first of March, upon a
fine me mini sheet, printed with tair type, at C! per j
annum, payable upon the receipt of the 2nd number, j
Advertising at the usual rates. I
E. S. Z FA ELY,
Dec. 5, 115. R. J. WEST.
1
Elitors throughout the Sta-e, frien ilv to the under-,
taking, will confer a favor, by giving the above a few
insertions.
No cure, 110 pay.
tously.
JAMES H. OLIVER, M. D.
Here follow numerous Certificates.
The Subscriber is authorized by Dr. Oliver to
apply this Truss 011 the conditions above mention
ed, viz.: no cure no pay.
ASHBIuLi SMITH,
November 21, 1 935.
Salisbury, N. C.
Ql&M A Splendid
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RESPE r 1' U LEY in
forms his Friends and the
Public, that he still conti
nues to carry cn the above
business, in all its various
branches.
II
the .Main-street, in Sali
Esiiae f Hacks,
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Salisbury. C.) o Calrigfc,
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VNXIOL'S toalfbr.t every facility to the Travelling
Public, now announce that they have completed
all their arrangements an ! can v. ith truth say, lb pre
sent you with a Line of lluchs possessing- advuiucges
ovtr other, if you wish to gtt on with t use and
despatch having obtainct that great desideratum with,
all Travellers no dt tuition on the road. It is so ar
ranged as to corresjHVid, m its arrivals at Raleigh, with
i S!inr i still L-ent nn I the denarture of tiie iollowin'' Stages, viz: I tie Oreat
Salisbu- 1,ai'v Line to uiiKeiy, onn-oaroiiiri.
passing through
the Store of Samuel Lenily & Iuisbnr-, Warrenton, and Halifax; at the ttcr place
, , r 1 j 1 j 1 a Lineot Stages communicates with the Portsmouth
I Clocks of every kind will be ; R ., r-y-.Mu. tiv n . nn ,() nhklev.
11 f r 4 1 r 1 ...:.i. .. . ,1 : - .
Jv.ni.Ai u n i' vviiu iie.iiiies, ii mum 1 nonet.-, . vou gtne nlc Petersburg Rad-Ruad ; and on your ar
rv, one door aloye
S'n. Watches and
on reasonable terms, and Warranted for 12
Months.
He will always keep on hand a variety of arti
cles in his line; such as
Patent Lever WatcIlO, (English, French,
Swiss, and Dutch.)
Cold and Plated Fob Chains,
(iedd and Plated Watch Guards.
Gold and Plated Watch Keys.
Gold and Plated Watch Seals.
Gold Ear-bobs, Breast-pins, and Finger-rin,
(latest fashion.)
Siher Ware; Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, and
Leads.
Silver Spectacles, and steel frames and glasses.
Fine Pocket and Dirk Knives, and Silver Fruit
Knives.
Pocket Pistols and Dirks.
Ilreast-Buttons and Musical Boxes.
Gilt and Steel Watch Chains and Keys.
07" Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for
articles purchased at his shop, and in payment for
work done and debts due. D. L. P.
Salisbury, August 22, 1935. tf -
One Bushel of Coal Reward !
1UXAWAY from the subscriber, on Sundav,
the 20th day of November last, JONATHAN
KIUMlNGEIt, a bound apprentice to the Black
smith trade. He had on, when he left me, a drab
Round-about coat, brown Iinsey pantalons, and a
small fur hat. He is 16 or 17 years old; 5 feet
10 or 11 inches high; dark skined, and tolerably
ugly. All persons are forwarned not to employ or
harbor said boy, as I am determined to enforce the
law against any person or persons who may do it.
The above Reward, but no thank?, will le given
to any person who will apprehend and deliver said
Krimingcr to me in Corcord, N. C.
SOLOMON WEAVER.
Concord, December 5, 1835 p2
"rival at that nlace vou have the choice of two Lines
either by land to Washington City, v ia. Richmond and
Fredericksburg, or by Steam-Boat to Norfolk. There
is also a Liise of Stages trom Raleigh to Norfolk, via.
Tarborough, Murfreesborough, Win ton, &c. over one
of the best Natural Roads in the United States. At
Norfolk there will be no detention, as there is a line of
Steam-Iioats f ;r Baltimore in connexion with this line.
This line also connects with one from Raligh toNewbern.
The arrivals at Salisbury is regulated altogether by
the departure of the Piedmont Line South, and the
Great Western Line for Nashville, Tennessee, via,
Lincolnton, Rutherfordton, Asheville, Knoxville. &lc.
Leaves the Mansion Hotel, Salisbury, TUESDAY and
SATURDAY at 9 o'clock, A. AL after the arrival of
the Piedmont Stage from the South arrives in Raleigh
next days at 9 o'clock. P. M. leaves Raleigh TUES
DAY and SATURDAY at 2 o'clock, A. M., arrives in
Salisbury next days by 4 o'clock, P. M. allowing suf
ficient time on the road for SLEEP.
Cc5 The Hacks are Albany make, entirely new, and
cannot be surpassed for comfort and ease; the Teams
are excellent, the Drivers careful and attentive, and
the Fare low only SEYEX DOLLARS all inter
mediate dist.Hnc-es 7 cent- per mile.
(Cy- Passengers from the South who wish to take'
our Line will be careful to enter to Salisbury only.
(tT All Bundles and Packages at the risk of the
owuers WILLIS MO RING,
JOSEPH L. MORING.
P. S. This Line, from Salisbury to Baltimore is $
cheaptr than any other.
April 11, 1S35. tf
The F.ire from Rafeich to Washington Ciiy
amounts to 819 50, ax foliates:
From Raleigh to Blaklev, Stage Fare, . . . $1
Blakley to Petersburg, Rail-Road Fare, 3
Peters-burg to Richmond. Stage Fare, . 1 50
Richmond to Fredericksburg. Stage Fare, 5
Fre lencksburg to Washington City, Steam
Boat Fare, 3
The Steam-Boat Fare from P ctersburg to Baltiraore
via. Norfolk, is Four Dollars.
    

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