THE CAMrf-PROFF-SSIONS AND PRACTICE.
Pivido and conquor" U an old maiim, which
those of Ida p row-lit day who mak a (raJ of po.
liti'ci very well understand. Dul the Peoplethe
bona and sinew of the land" ere etrsngers lo
lha wily schmiw or aspiring politicians; they are
totally Jiacuaintl with the roarcliinga and coun.
ter-roarchinga of lha drilled partlzaue of nower j
porrly hone in all their ear" molitet, hey rcedi
y confide in ihfl plausible jfrofettlom of tboao who
aeck llwir (aver.
Of lha vsrious political partita lhat have existed
in our government ainca its formation, we boldly
jaacrl that nune haa eror loan ao famous fur their
prtfeuioni of lout for Ik People, and their lovai
i a-i ... .1 .'' 1
M oemK rune nucny aa ma recui van fJuren
party. They have reduced ihcae profusion to a
(nir song. Do they observe them T Just aa they
are profuse with their profusion are they regard-li-i
of tlieinj they are ao sooner made, and the end
fur which they wore made attained, thun thny are
trampled under font, forgotten, ami othcra put forth.
If, by priHMuioii, they enn wheedle the Pcoplo in-
la tba support of sclierm-a the ohjnct of which are
rhe advancement of a few demagogues to official
power, or lo draw their attention from lha a boxes
and corniptbm of the Government, they are eatie-
8eJ their object in attained.
It in time, however, tlmt (hi course of political
profligacy ahmild be put down; and tlnwo who prac
tire it receive the n orn they merit.
What are the prvfttniont of Iho Van Buren par
ty in the present Contest fur the Presidency 1 Do
they not profea to be guided by the desire to ad.
mice a ii J maintain the cardiuul principle of our
free government, by the election of a Republican
President t Do they not profe the greatest to.
Iiciiiid.1 that the People's will aliouM prevail in the
choice of Preniilenl I And how have thrv acted T
K Vatmi of iymcr.-Moitn and KxrRi-Ttxn,
indndtnt of, and deriving no authority from,
the people, nmeiiilile in Diilliuiore and nominate a
man for President pledged to nmko the office of
thi government the reward of hi partizana !
To carry tho election of lha man thut nominateil,
they hold out in one hand reward to tho pnrtinn,
a id in the oilier threatened punishment lo the wa
vering. None aro permitted to hold office who re
fine In aid this corrupt plot; tha alluremeiita of go
vernment putrouago ure used f. r concilia ing and
bribing the public press, poisoning the very foun
tain of public opinion; the acre wa of party are ap
plied in every deliberative assembly, where it can
la done in safety to tho pirly, to silivioc the voicu
f the People. Noed we partiouhrizof Look at
the cimrsoof (ho party in tlm lust North Cundiim
IMitture: Party acrew were applied, and the
rcprer-ntiitivei of thc5 froamon of North Candina
were gagged lo give a vote on the Lund Resolu
tion which they knew lo be in violation of tho will
J their comiliueuU, Thia i their regard for tlie
will of the People I And cun any man, acting from
other motive than aulf-interot, whoso continual
thought arc evil all the day long, can auch a man
a republican, with a noblu heart throbbing for
tlie glory of his'coontry and the right of freeuien T
When Jn Ije White was first nominated for the
Presidency, and il waa seen that the IV.ofh were
Rockiiig to hit wUndard, the drilled slavetof power
rained the cry of "do'nt divide the party." Hero
was another' deception ; for, if they had been ain
csre in their profession of a deaire lo elect a Pre
j lent without disturbfng lha country with a bitter
rwiest, that they did not wish the dear People tt
Im- caterwauling each' otherwhy did thuy not per
mit Ju lgo White, who is nn original Jackson man,
tu be elctod iti peace, when It whs ccn thai near
ly all sections of iho Union wonld join in hi anp
tort f The reason is obvimis. Judge White they
deemed too hoiiost, too patriotic to further their iu-
AiU now 4ht Jtidje- White is the formidable ri
'l of Van Rurcn, ond the persuasions nud threat-
lings of the men in power having failed in gelling
in from lite field, their object is now to "divide
od conllor.,, to accuse JudL'e Whito of hnvini?
postatized from hi old and long-cherished princi
les. By thia accusation they hope to drive from
as support thousands of honest find unsuspecting
itizsns. flic press of the party arc "cutting at
bis point " every day. Will they be able lo auc-
'df Let the voice of the Peoola respond. V
CO" TJie Rakish Star. David Outlaw, Esq.,
of Bertie, haa become ono of the Editors of the
bove able republican journal. The Star has ever
sen regarded as ono of the able! papers in the
wthern States: and the acquisition of a gentle
man of Mr. Outlaw'a distinction, ns regards talents,
ith the greatest pleasure. Mr. O. aerved several
ears in our State Legislature, and hi uniform in
dependence and zealous and able defence of the
rights of the State, and his unceasing opposition to
'he corruptions of the times, have been sufficient with
'he Van Burenitc lo mark him out as a fit aacri-
"ce to tho vengeance of party, lie is now, how
Nj ajwsiiion iltwill enabk,lura,in cwjuus
hnH .i t ,i n i: r . I i
i'k'ii wiin AiriAra 9t kmioahi mnm i ,nnu in injiii
'he shackles of political alavery put upon her by a
few trading politicians. In the handa of Messrs. Lo
nay c Outlaw-thfrStai' will prove a powerful spoke
") the wheel that is now evolving, and which will
ultimately crush into the mud the Caucua forcea in
jNorth Carolina. It ia engaged in the glorious con
at for tho maintenance of our libcrtiea and free
"Mlitutiona against the rude aasaulta of bad, de
"gning men. Will the People of North Carolina
infuse its Etlitora their co-operation and vigoroua
ith the utmost cordiality we tender them our
ilia gentleman whose namo is aeggeated in
Tbo following ia Mr. Outlaw'a aimouncetneiit I
i. , TtT bta "oa of Ui Rlilor. of tha
lUiaighHiar. Taspwakofono'awlf. iaa diifrult tn.k,
wiOiout at let lb apprnra of egutiMn. It will b
aapetted, howaver, from Ilia conductor gf a public r
nl, Uiat lb aommilQilr ahoold ba iuCma4 ,hu n..l,iL
cal principle. nebawUlprocatMlioaUUMbfKfly
aapMibla. , . ... -H
- Ha baa alwaya, ainca ba had an; connexion with
politic. o"0 a relMiblican. aeeofdinv In tU nr,n...h
of the Kentucky and Virginia remHutkmi He wil,
tlirref,.!, iiw4 all eaurtntion of ti rii-hi. MnJ
to the StU and to tba People, whetner ujie puM
TT i '"l:" or u,a Juuiciary. ,
"He I in favor vf a atrict ennitrtirtn tJt tha r.
rtitution, and will ril all conductive puwara, aav
tho-4 which are nrrruerri tiul vroorr' ta carrw inin
aieention IIki eei(lcally jrranted, however Uicy be
roco.niuen.ltj on the acore of expediener.
" I he (ntitutKMi havinv anciired to th$ Peoptt tb
rjt'ht of eleeUnf their Chief Etcutiva M!i-tnil, and
KproifiUtive in Con re- and in tha Hi. I. f i.l..
turea, do will rfXMt all atUmn( In inll.rr..ra r..
ontrol them in the eaereine of thia hlfh cofwtitutKin
al priv.leg-, whether that interfereoce eoine from the
1 rcanint or any auburdinate f'lncliooary.
" All system, no milter b whit nin lh- m lu.
deatgnaled, the object of winch i lo burthen the indu.
try of one portion of the people at tha e-peme of anoth
er, will Ond in him an uncompromising enemv.
mnj ynin, i-iihti kiiau appear
pnlcticaM In nnnrove tha ahvsical coiHliiion of .rth
Carolina, and bi devtbip her Internal wetourco.
iv-iicvici- itiat the ilimmon or ei I neat ion. imonir all
laiwes of the coinmunitv. will prove one of ihe at-nnir.
eat bulwark of me-five itwtrtotwmii. ha wilt 'advocate
any -yttn whieh promiac to effect that nlij-rt
lie will auonort Cha Drrli.kn nt Hf'CII T
IIITP est TAnn.MU al . 11 ij .1
hia aet. but bermian ho beliovea lid la a matt of ability,
.ioiiiv. ana iniiepemience.
" In whit manner he will diachare the dntieaofthe
rtition which he ba. asanme.1. it doe. not beeaan. hi,.,
in any. That inut be auhmitted to the candid judg
inrni in mo community. I hry will at l-at, he truU,
have no cauwj to complain of hi want of zeal, flrmneaa
and in-le.ndnee. '
" Wlnla bo will ever have loo. much elf-refpct to
dincend to low and vulgar abuse, he will apeak of pub
lie men and public measure with perfect freedom.
Hi honert convicjiona and deliberate opinion be will
boldly promise at all hazard.
" In eoncloMoo, be Would rrmark, that the criai ia
prceuaot wilb imitortant ennsennenee. The rapid ;
ukh-soi uie executive to concentrate all tha power
of the (toveroinent in hia own handa, hia bold interfo
rence with the elUve franchi-. and h ..ieeeat and
dmirerona attempt to nominate hia euccear, call fr
m ' ""'. ' lit upiPm.'vi VI uic iMNii.iin.-w ui .
the Hilliinore Convnution. put on vour armour al once,
Iwn r.l..n.ul a ...I U,U . I n f
. m r ,. - i i i. i
and prepnru tui' Uio great lrule winch ia appniach-1
in?, it ia not lo j concealed, tint we contend apuiut ,
oJJa The pilroniiro of the (Javerninenl i in the
hand, of our oppnnenU, and pnst experience prove. !
that it will be fnjely oml to promote the eiuae vf the
exectiva fivorila. But we aliould neither desinir nor
leipond. Ourcauae ia a riffhteiMiii one : il i. tliu ciuse
of pMilar rijilil. of the freedom of the ideclive fran
r.hiiH.', of coimlitutioiial lilierty. The people are honef.
Tho t'ri-al oiaiM are neither office bolder nor officii
neexers. diva tlioin inf jrcnitioii uUce the facta bo-
(iiru thcuii and tar not to abide ill i.m.
(ttr There wa.nothing cf Importance doing jn
Cotigross at our latest dates.
OCT 7Vj-o. Eventa of considerable Interest
have recently transpired in Texas according lolhe
latest accounts. The Texian Army have taken by
storm tho town of San Antonio, in which was for
tified the only body of Mexican soldiers on the aoil j
of Texas, . In tho engagement, many of lha Met
lean troops were killed, and among the number wa
General Cos. There is not now a, single armed
Mexican Soldier in Texas! General Santa Ana
had aa fur recovered from hia indisposition as to
sxak of putting himself at tha head of an army
of 10,000 men to go in aid of Gen. Cos; but alas!
relief haa come, too lata ! Some regard aa certain
thc'downM of this despot ; and that the territo
ry of Texas will sustain her Declaration of Inde
pendence, and restore Ihe Constitution of 1 824.
If Santa Ana'a (hirst after power had been leas
grasping, he might still have reigned ns President,
fend avoided an immense waste of' blood and trea-
-hswrBnttertJa.j.o; " KniirtO'criivInga utiu
Twenty-eight men, who volunteered at New Or
leans to go in aid of Texas, were shot at Tampico,
on the 14th ultimo, in pursuance of the decree of a
Court Marttat of Mexican Officers. They were
taken in an engagement at Tampico, where tho
Mexicans were victorious. We have ecen several
letters, written by some of the prisoners a few mi
nutes before their execution to their friends in N.
Orleans, Most of them were natives of Germany
and Ireland, and aome six or seven of New York,
Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
According to the New Orleans Papers, the re
port of an Embargo having been laid on American
vessels was only partially correct. The port of
Tampioo was closed fur a few daya to prevent In
telligence being communicated of the equipment of
Mexican cutlers against Texas. The port of Yera.
Cruz was likewise temporarily closed for similar
reasons. The ship Keuhawa loadod with provi
sions to support the attack of Gen. Mehia on Tam
pico, waa not permitted lo land her passengers or
discharge her freight. The Mexican ports are
now open and much greater tranquility prevails in
the interior than had been supposed. Most of the
Mexican States, it is expected will now combine
In tho slight misunderstanding that has taken
place by cling the Mexican ports, we think thai
the Mexican have justice very clearly on their
sido. Thev who take an active part in fa?r of the
Texians against Mexico can't axpect to be treated
as neutrals by the latter, we are y no means
sure that the United States have acted in good
and honorable faith in permitting corps to be or
wnized openly within our borders for the purpose
of acting against. government with which we pre
tend to irmlntain friendly relations. Aa to tnose
restlea spirits from thia country, who have joined
fheTvxiani in their struggle we confoss it requires
prompt, united, and vigorous resiaUnce. We are still j 1 he dilTicully arose as to the manner of "erpung
free; but the c.'iain with which to fotter our limbs, are j .-.n . . i , a . .
already fonfo.1. Ha would theref.Ke, U, thnr. who L RedutKm. Some contend-
Iwliove lhat the rtateof lliinira al presout eialunf mut i0"' for blotting it out entirely; othere thought tbat
elf our power of roncration, if we may aa apeak, to
u..ovcr m me motive- by which they ere actuated
any thing biter than a diaconlent with Iheae bi
ptng limeaof peace," and a thirat for the eicile
menta and hazarda, for thoae ol.jcU of anibitioo and
gain which a elate of war aTord.
5", Another HeminM irr. A verr mA,
dialurbance baa nceuily broken out amone Ihe Se
-.i. i- . . ... e
muw9 iimww m l-hmrta. Women and children
have been butchered in Ihe moat cruel manner.
1. a a . ..
nouaee plundered aixl burned, and properly of eve
ry kind deetroyed. The latoet account elate, that
Ihe women ami children every where were aaaem.
bled in forta for aafi-ly, and that the men were all
undor anna. A large number of United Slate
Iroope have been called out lo auppreae further ra
vagee. A akirmi.h took place on the Mth ultimo.
in which eeveral were kill) end eotna wounded of
the white, and nearly all ihe Indiana, to tho num
her of 40 or 5, aluughtered upon Ihe apot. The
Indiana abeltered lhemevee uudar cover of a thick
awamp, and fired npon their aaaailant without be
ing observed; but they were eoon urrmmded and
put to death by Ihe courage of the white. Since
Ihe above engagement the Indiana appear mom
The Weil InAie$. Accounla from ihe Briliab
j ,nfi m deplorable atale. The Sugar cropa
i luve alinoal entirvly tiled, in conaequence of the
L.i,, ,;,.. ,s tl,. , . ,
j "r.t, P , wconlly
'rrattd by the Brthth philanlhropittt. A kind
ol epuloinic lerver waa carrying off it ihouaand.
-Thu r.n.i,.i. .ii. ,l, : ,l. . . f . ,
Ihe rcou"U "'H " of twelve
month Ihero will not be a tingle white inhabitant
on the Inland !
Virginia Expunging Re$olution$. The Van
Bureiiilea in the Virginia Legislature have rendered
themstlvee quite ridiculiMi by their course on their
Resolution directing Meesre. Tyler and Leih not
Li., i e . t n . i ir n ,
1" ,0 f,,r Tu,n Ben," Eapunging Relu-
lion, but inintrodueeandtote for one of their own!
. I ' . II I . I II , ...
J WOUIU OO UIICOOII lIUIKHiai, ! only ItllllK Ol a
v n -i.. rt . .. .
, an uiircn oinn rezaruinir mo VyOiisiiiunon I as
," neio oungen 10 aeep a, recoro in it pro-
ceedimra. Hut Mr. Solomon Joe Wnllio.. kns do.
o M y . fc w
, , , .
'' 00 "raviQ arounu me Resolution, aou " r,.-
PUXtJED. b order of the Semite of the United
Shrtr," written imdop il I Ala. I f.- il..
- - -- ... - .w. ...v MIIVIVIII
glory of (he Old Dominion I
The Richmond W'hig remarks :
M Mr. Wat ain't nice expunging resolutions arc draw
ing down upon them the ridicule of the press and the
win le community. Even their friend censure them
for their want of boldnes and manlineaa, and it ia doubl
ed by ame whether the Greatest and Bcat.no half-way
mm, will thank the mover for nJdlini with black line
which play round the bof.terilritd ot H taking tha
responsibility " and obliterate the Journal at one.-
Drawing " black line around" W certainly not expung
ing! but a mere imprisonment of Mr. Clay 'a resolution;
a trifling with common eenac, as well aa with the Con
stitution. Ia it expunging! If it be, why insert the
word Expunge in the circle! Why write "tin ia a
horse" under the picture! I to draw black lines around
not emin?ini per $ef If not, to" call it ao ccrtaiulv
cannot make it aa With defiirence lo legislative wis
dom, wa think the procedure trifling and in every way
unworthy the liiynitr of Virrmia. Think of the Gen
eral Assembly of 171H engaged in auch piddling wnr klJ
1 1 . . I ' i 1
i ne ren"ciion win num a rcrtiimua in evnrj ininu
yet the Great Democratic Republican party pmfeaa to
make that dignified Asacmbly theglaaa in which tostu-
dy propriety and principle t"
Potl OJlce Arrangement. mm the Globe, of
the ?tli instant, we learn the following : James T
Young has been appointed Post masterat North Cove,
Burke county, N. C. Francis Young at Erwins
ville, Rutherford county, N. C John J. Wright
at Lenox Castle, Rockingham county, N. C. Asa
Ballard at Webb'! .Post O;ficr8tokes Co., N. C,
A new Post Office has beea-established in Stokes
county, called Pilotsvillc, and Thomae B- Kingp
Pine " Ordered": That S. Newland, Contractor
n Route No. VM6I, from Morganton to Ashe villa,
N. C, be fined twelve dollars for failing to deliver
the mail at Asheville on the 23rd of July, and on
the 6th and 15th of August, 1835, he having been
notified of said failures and made no explanation."
CT Anfi-Fon Buren Cdnmier of Vigilance.
It whs mde the duty of ihe Chairman of Ihe Anti-Van
Buren meeting recently lield in Raleigh to
appoint a Committee of Vigilance in every Coun
ty in Ihe tale. The Register of the 12th instant
contains the Committees appointed. We can make
room for but a few Counties thi week
Anton. Joseph White, John Beard, Absalom
Myeri. John A. McRae, Alexander Little.
Athe. Col. Jonathan Horton, Alex. B. McMil
lan, John Ray, Noah Mast, Elijah Calloway, Sr.
Buncombe. Joseph Henry, Jo-bus) Roberta, Ni
cholas W. Woodfio, Jamea Lowrey, J. B. While
aide. Burke. Isaac T. Avery, Samuel Ilillman, Bur
gee S. Gaither, John Rutherford, Jr., J. J. Ej-win.
Cabarru$. Gen. Paul Barringer, Dr. Harris,
C. Melchor, George Klutls, A. McRee.
.JPaeidon Dr. Wm. R, Holt, John Hargrave,
Jamea Wiseman, Wm. Kennedy, John A. Hognn.
Iredell. George F. Davidson, J. P. Caldwell,
Abner Franklin, J. Chambers, Joseph Davidson.
lAncdn. IkrtlettSbipp, William J, Wilson, J.
Graham, peorge Huffman, John Dickson.
Montgomery. Jteubcn Kendall, James Allen,
John B. Martin, Edmund F. Lilly, J. L. Gaines.
JrfecHcflrfv Dr. J. D. Boyd, Alex. Grier,
R, H. Madra, William Davidson, I. Hyama.
R mean. Gen. Thomae G. Polk, John Clement,
Aahbel 8mith, H.& Jones, Burton Craige.
Rutherford. J. Mclntyre, L. H. Logan, !.
J. Jefferson, M'm. E. Mills, Joo. MooreL (White
Surry. : N. Bovden, J. Cowle. Rkbard Gwyn,
Samuel Mwrt, WJliam Thboipsott.-
Stohe$. Dr. J. Pepper, Onn. J. W, Wjneton,
A. inning, t, t. romdexter, C. L Banner.
nilket. Gen, Edmund Jonea, Gen. J. Well
born. Lof. I. Jlartin, Sr., Gen. Win. Horton, W,
C3T The nomlnatiiarof fhe Hon. iPowbaUn El
lis, as Chttrgt T Affidrt ta Motion, baa been con
uriued by the Uenate.
We must positively ducline publialiina on account
of it raooalniea, Ihe communication of a Farmer
we will not deny lhat the rilent manner nVacrve
in aome measure the severe handling which be ba
received from the Farmer " but even our corres
pondent must admit that he ia a w'taa man who
knows when to hold his tongue ( or according to
tho old saw, a long bead has $hor1 ongue.M
Our correspondent should recollect too tbat the wi
aet of ancient aagee was accuatomed to eonaider a
the crowning of ejt knowledgeknowledge of our
own ignorance. And of what avail ie knowledge,
if it do not influence our conduct f
We have received Ihe January No. of this ex
cellent periodical. From the Table of Contents
which we pubiiab below, it will be aeen, that it eon
taine ita usual variety of iutereating matter. We
will inaert in our neat direolioue ealraeled from the
Register, " to make good Bacon. These we pre.
auine will not be unacceptable lo aome for aa we
labor under rather a scanty supply of the rate ma
terial in thia aorlion, the greater ia the need that
what little we have be well cured.
Correspondent and subscribe ra will observe the
following notice I
The Fanner' Retriater will hereafter be published
in Petersburg-, Va., to which place all leltera to the edi.
tor muial be directed. Am the editor has no lonirer the
it i i . . i . , . .
extendi correapodJenee which exiata, (and ia necea-
aary, t propefly ctanliirting aoa a yuMieation.y will
nuke the tax of pnataire very heavy under any circuio-
Mancaa, ne renueau of his pairona ami cot reapondenta.
to tar aa their ?nvenienc may permit, lo adopt auch
mode of transmitting payinenla, and otber eunimuai
cation on private business, aa may aomewhat lease
The rliange of circumstance especially reauirea
lhat tbe editor ahouhl witfulraw bie former request lo
have small specimens of particular aoila, Ac, tent bw
mail for exaiainalion. By the attention paid tv that
requcM by aeveral correnpondenta, be baa been rreatlv
obliged, and he may dare to aay, lhat agricultural act
enco nu been tnereby advanced.
TABIJ3 OP CONTEXT!!.
Original Communication!. Tobacco and wheat
culture compared ; Soil and agricultural advanta
ge of Ihe Horiilas; Calcareous rocks in Mecklen
burg, Prince Edward, and Chesterfield and gyp
sum in Cumberland ; Dccreaee of the black popu
lation in the " free Slate ;n A trip lo aome of Ihe
sea islands of Virginia ; Extracts fiom a farmer's
manuscript notes ; Old praclioee and new doctrinee;
On preparing gypsum for uae by heal ; " Charily
iniiiKein no evil ; Account or Ihe Osage oragne ;
he crcal poplar in Dinwiddie ; Effecta of black-
amith a cinder aa manure ; On planting Ihe aweet
potntne ; Of Ibe eftect of n-peuin on tubaeno. as
jested by a aeries of experimental Explanation and
correction ; Experiments in gathering corn fodder,
and Ihe different effects on grain, racts and ob
aervaliona in regard to calcareous and other manu
res ; To make good bacon ; Marling on poor land ;
Convertibility of wheat to cheat The proposed
Agricultural Convention Further notice of Ibe
prairie soils of Arkanaaa; Unproductiveneaaof skin
icsa oats ; New artificial manures offal of sugar
works and animhzed charcoal f Wages of female
labor ; Remarks on constitutions of agrienlturnl so
cieties ; Means to facilitate Ihe analyzing of marl
nd other calcareous manures j Editorial notices
Terms of Farmers' Register.
Selection. On Briiiah and foreign wool ; Ma.
king manure ; Decline of old varietiee of fruit, and
production of new j Succession of crops .principles
of rotation ; A word lo farmers ; Large and sue
reasivo crop of Indian eorn, rye and hay f The
farming' and general economy of Ihe Shakers )
New Lnglaud tobacco ; Account of the Travertin
eposited by the waters of the Sweel Springs in
Virginia On putrescent manurea War versus
rail-ronda and Canals; proceedings of (he Agricul
tural Society of FraxWickaburg t Proceedings of
Ihe Agricultural Isonioly of Albemarle Proceed
ing of tbe Agricultural Society of Florida.
From the Columbia Timet, of Jan. 8.
Cotton.-' Since our last r porta 1 500 bnlee have
been aold. W e quote at from 12) to 14 cents.
Smne bale, very inferior have brotlgt less than
12 a few choice rales lOcetits. f rices have ad
vanced considerably in Liverpool.
The Charleston Mercury contains an extract of
a letter from Col. Blending, dated, Nashville, Ten
nesaee, Dec. 10th, stating that he lias finished his
business with the Legislature of that State to hia
entire satisfaction. The charter for the Cincinnati
and Charleston Rail Road will be granted, and
much atock taken by individuals at least, if not by
UNITED IM WEDLOCK,
In Raleiffh. on Tuesday evening, tbe 5th inetabt, by
the Rev. George Wf Freemfcn, Rector of Christ Church,
CADWAI .Ii W;iWW t
to Miss ANNIE IREDELL, eldest daughter of thqjlon,
Jatpea IredelL , f .
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
In Cabarrus county, on the 1st instant, Mr. JAMES
CARRIOAN, Jr., aged about 42 years.
At German ton, Stokes county, on the 27lh alt, Mr.
GEORGE O. JONES, a most worthy and estimable
man, leaving a Widow and an infant, aud a large circle
of relatives and frienda lo lament his untimely death.
PRIVATE BOAIIDIXCf J10US15."
Mrs. C. LrM Culloch,
HAVING taken the House on Main street, a few
door North-jf ihe Mansion Hotel, and next
doorebove the Office of the Weatern Carolinian,
announces that ahe is prepared for tbe accommo
dation of regular BOARDERS. She trustHbat
her long experience in the business will be a suffi
cient assurance of her ability to give the moet en
lire satisfaction to those favoring her with their
patronage. Young Ladies pupils in tbe Female
Academy may rest assured that every attention
will he paid to their comfort and pleasure, should
they wish to board wilh her. (KT Price of Board,
ing very cheap. Salisbury, Jan. 16, 1835.
SaaVaW. laa NOR TU CORSERtiktVorilvM.
f HUE Subscriber lenders bie sincere thanka to
generoue Publie far the Very ftalterin nt.
ronage beatowed upon the MANSION HOTEL
during the peat veer and wilh eotttdonc give
lh aaaurauce that Increased and untiring efr.
lions will be made for sustaining and a J fane in a- if
DoaaiUe, the high reputatwo of ibis establishment, '
With Ihie view, very extensive repeirrand additions
have recently been made U Ibe Ilotel,wbk:b render
U at present mm of the sooet ataicioue aaat roomv.
as well as convenient ILiwaeein tbe Southern coun
try. Regular or Iraneient Boarder, and travel,
ling Gentlemen er Families may net a tea red, that
at tbe Mansion Hotel I her will receive ever at.
tentioa and accommodation pec ease ry to render
Iheir aley pleasant. Large and convenient 1'Rl.
V ATE DINING-ROOM S for lamile will bo fun.
nished when renuired, wiu attentive and Iraaty
The Table and Bar.
as heretofore, will ever show thai we live ia
" land of plenty," and that the beat among all tho
luauncf oi nie nave oeeo eeiocten lor tba wanaioa
Gentlemen of tbo BAR art informed that a
Row of Offices, unconnected witb aoy other build
ing, and very convenient lo tbo Courthouse, will
alteaut be -reserved titt their accoolmodatioa.
Tu his already very axtenaave and secure Stables.
Iho Bubecriber baa recently made cona"jerable ad
dition ; which, together with aa abundant auete
of Provender, liberally administered by carelu?.
attentive, and obedient Oatlera, ntay be sufTtciont
lo easure travellers lhat their boraea, after leaving
hia Slablca will bo prepared lor tbo duties of tbo
Northern, Southern, and Eastern
' ALL the Stages eoming lo and departing from
Salisbury, (witb one exception.) etoat al the Man
sion Hotel, where The General Stage Office
ia kept. The Stages on tbo snaia Nether and
Southern Line, Peck, Well ford a. CoCootraclora,
and known as tho Merchant's Lino, arrive at ao4
part from Iho Manama, Hotel, every Monday,
ueaday , Wednesday, Thursday . and twice eo Ba
Tbe enlendid Lino of Stagoe direct lo Raleigh,
Messrs. W. J. L. Moring Contractors, arrive
al f hist Hotel on Sundays and Wednesdays, and
depart from the same on Tuesdays and Saturdays.'
1 he direct Line of Btagee to Cberaw, S. C-, via.
Wadeabormigh, W, Allen. Eeo.. Contractor, ar
rives on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and oWrta
oa Tuesdays and Fridaya, from tbie Hotel. 1 -
t'eraona wishing to aecuro oeale to any of tba
bove Stagoa, will apply to B. W. Long. al. tbo
Stage Office kept at Ibe Mansion Hotel. a
Seats will at all liraee bo secured in tbo other
SlageMeaving Salisbury ao tbat Paasengere Deed
be at no trouble whatever.
RICHARD W. LONG.
Salisbury, January 1, 1,839.
AUeiiUon Shoemakers !
pONSTANT emloyment and liberal prices will
do given 19 several jina Workmen ia tbe Boot .
nd tthoemaktng line. Nona but - rood aneo and -
true" are wanted.
f&'The subscriber will keep coostanL'y on hand
ARB . . .
Of every tanety for l-diea end genllemeVs
manutacttired 01 leather or the beet quality.
Apply at the subscriber's establishment ia Mr.
Cowan'a largo brick edifice near tlto Cnnrthnuao.
Saliabury, N. C.4 Jan. 18, lMfl. f
HAVING sold my stock of Goods la tbe town
of Stoteeville, all persons indebted to roe aro
requested to close their accounts by cesb or note.
I expect In attend on Fridays ana Saturdays ia
Slateaville, after tbo 90th instant, tbo balance of
ihe week at my farm on Fifth Creek. -
II. r UKS1TJJ
N. B. CASH for KEGROLS.
Iredell co., N. C, Jan. 10, 1830. p4
WTir T. Iv anM mm tl Art Art nt VKn.ylrM
: next, at the Plantation belonging to the Es
tate of tbe late Joseph Pearson, dee., called North
Point, five miles North of tbo Town of SalUbury,
Slity or Siity-flre.--
Also Will be aold, at the aame time and pleo,
10 or 12 Head of HORSES,
Ind Fifty vr Sixtg head qf CATTLE.
Also Two Stills and Apparatus.
AlsoA TR ACT OF LAND, on the east aide of
the-Yadkin River, known as tbo Kincaid place.
Containing 180 Acres,
more or less. Sub to continue from day today
till all is aold. .-
It is possible that part of tbe property may be
sold at tho Quarter Plantation, on tbo Salisbury
and Mocksville road, fourteen miles north-west of
Saliabury ; abould Ibia U the case, notice will' bo
given on the previous day. -., k '
Terms will be made known on the day of sale.
JOHN FOARD, Agent.
Rowtacountv. Jan. 10, 1639. ta