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la i lo bik parts of this
. -i ,, .11, nnu uu vii
iiuul and lull iiHlirc (n a!!.
, .. iI.h House take up
tho subject, mid deide
i n Ihe wli'ile question nf rifjlit, now that the"
i '1 L.tffl lieon dt-priveJ of lukmg steals iu tlio
men m - . . "
a-iihinff lo pursue tins curse 1 Would the
nfl from rf itb trwlihwdssirato g.v men
" ...1.,. (...mi n v ii f .anifl llnfl III a
!"".. , ',' , ....... U.I ... .l. 1
; iinre woo. 11 " -
. -....Ill bC lOllll J. WCrc IIUI Ulllliircu l III.;..! 1
' M purtitimi, mid these wore his views, ex
L.J iviih all due reflect to tlio great legal
.i,,u n( ili(J i!!iiimi;-ii from South. C.iroliim.
i gir, 'r' &,the C'ltle'"-"" from ftwth Car
fatUllii tlm c.mclusioii of hi re mark, hud wid
that iiis relation with ma wero not such as would
pen! htin lo'speuk of me as lie would of hi hon
orable colleague. Although, sir, I do not fuarlhal
mntleman's lncevin any coiitisl, I know that he
iKjrowd of talents fur sucrior to mine. The
.nmleman teemed lo know tiiut ho it much my su
perior in age, in learning, and in eloquence, but
Thy did ho mil think of this bofore he commenced
bif attark t W hy did he not Hltack his friend from
South Carolina, who hud voted with nie on all these
question! 1 hat would nave been mora consis
tent with '" gentleman's vaunted chivalry, which
bell eternally talking about- Laughter.) ttut the
gentteiffll'l fcrthnr sayerthnt-T. hud held that these
men had constitutional right to participate in, the
organization! of tho House, and contends that be
cause they once had a constitutional right, 1 act in
consistently in hot supporting their admission to
goats t Ihe present moment. In this matter, ih?
reiiileman himself is in no enviable position. The
mmtleman came into this II. him a Nullifier, op
posed to a National Bank and a hijjh tarifl ; still we
find him always actinn with that very party which
uoes for a National Bank, for a high land, and for
all those measures which ha has declared to be
most odious to linn, if it is iitconmatent in me to
pursue Ihe course I have, is it not doubly inconsis
tent in the irentlomau to pursue the course which
he pursues! If I am inconsistent, ho is still more
to; and how cau he justify himself to his constitu
enttf How is it Ihat he is atniiglinir to get lhat
part) in power which would adopt all those Federal
measures wmcn no nimsoii preienai 10 do aoso
lutely opposed tot
In pursuing the course which I desire to pur
sue, I do not tea that any harm can be done to any
party, for I will be willing to postpone rfll the great
questions which: this Houso has to act upon, until
Ihe matter oT this New Jersey election is finally do
Wd.-upwvlwchxaa.ba diMia ia asiturL time,.as
trie House can proceeo w it at once, ana cct upon
it in a leal and constitutional manner.
.Mr. I cr.ift thon obtained Ihe floor, and moved
to refer this resolution, together with the creden
litis, and all other evidence in regard to ihe Nes
Jerey elections, to the Committee of Elections, and
to tflat mrrtion"inoveJ the previous qtiestionr
Itemre Inking Ihe )oetiin, 'he li'Htv turned.
Extract from a letter dated " Indiana oolit.
Dtc. 2, 1839. I tike the earliest opportunity lo
inliirm vou ol the ruiill of ihe lorinuliiin nF our
Generul Assembly. Tho lion. James O. Reed,
Ibsihm, aitu an tneKneroiiiowr tu urn atwer iiouse
si iiirtiCfit9;--4w tho liixwAifr'tht rikrmnctoi.
I I II .i r.i 1 II 1
they been aware of their strength, they could have
, TEXAS. ' "".
Tbeeteambont New"Yorll afrh-ed at New Or
leans from Galveston, brings papers of thai city to
message. of President Laiimf to tho Texmi Con
gress. In ilii doeunieiit, li does not advocate an
exienrum 61 th anvereiiro'v tf jrxns along the
shores of tho Gulf towards Mexico! no preiers tne
-elevated region lying oorllminlil ihey attain ganta
Fe, and secure Ihe Unite of New Mexico, of which
that city is the capitol. , J.
- Should his advice be acted on, the Texan will
Ww tsjisriniwsiinU ramam,lifiSM,fll)4uC?EaJ..e.,
fTior- struggle with the more warlike and hall civ-
iliied Indiaiis7v.rio"BaVetalory cros.iea tne missis-
inni and aril IPO area! in Arsansns.
-:tridicttlhofeprtof Colonel Karues having joined
the Mexican Federalists, and alatet Ihat tbe last
accounts left Col. Karnes in pursuit of the savages,
Dear the river San Saba, on the northern frontier.
Provision! of every kind, but flour, were scarce,
and in demand at Galveston. t - '
Some 200 Germans had latdv arrived there, via.
New York." V " "' " - - -
. ; THE SU iSCRIBF.R-3 .' "
RE now receiving knd opening, it their stead it
Mill lldl, Cabarrus County, t new and fresh sup
ply of . .
Fall and lVinlcr Goods,
co!tstsTi!u or . -- .
Drt-finoila. Hard-ware. Tin-Wars, Crockery, Gro-
eeries, Drugs snd Mohcines, Dys-tufla. PainW, Boots
snd Shoe, (Saddlery, I lets snd UooneU, Ac In short,
their stock comprises shnost every article usually kepi
ia a Vwntry store, all of which will be sokl low for
' ash, or lo punctual dealers on time.
Wt return our thanks to the Public for the liberal
mtronaira wa have received, and bops by strict llten-
1 Hon to bueiuest to munt t aontiiinsnce ot the aaroev.
, JACOB WINECUt' Si LU.
betruyCQunty, N.,Crt Dec. 27, 183. tf
AND for Sale, by the Subscriber, I quenUty of the best
. Sirda Cruz Safin . u
JlfutcoDti'lo do. - ;
" Best Java Coffee ; !
do Rio do;
r Spanish Ciziritrst quality I J.
Whiskey, eight years old, do do ;
Superior French Brandy and
. ....... ,,WTTir'r.in 4fT'
....AAUUr. .l A i lini'H-
Saliabury, Di-c. 27, 1833. .
LAM Pi- ) - v
TRAINED, AND OI LS,
For Sale b "
C IL dk C. K. WHEELER
Siliwiry, e. 20. I8-13.- tf. -'
WANTED TO HIRE,
SOME able, stout N.'jjro men. tor the ensuing year, j
for whom liberal w.iires will be given. i
ApdIv lo J tk
mml a - trat r i I
iv. aiiitirii i.
Eahrbury, Decern boat), 1S30.
Liiujj Id I
'piIM is to Certify that my wife Ann list left my
bed and board willtout tny provjcetion on my pert.
ywrifure I hereby noiify all whom it miy concern,
'"U will.piy no debt of tier coniractin? afler this
-jkio. . muju.aittO.Jf
OHNfON.S OP TIIK MU
ma nif jr. um:y l iiri -rro
The f, Mowing exirnct from an aUe article in the
last Cincinntiti Gazelle. (
. .j vllUII9
, . , . , pr"i""
c.Hiner.lcd with tho. ,.re,ifil, 1khI 6t
- s iiM.iiini in i no niruiuue rl Itie Ci'Cixinn
o( Ihe House in regard lo Ihe New Jersey esse.
Organization of the House The more I ro
fled upon the points raided, in organizing Con
greihe stronjrer are my iinprnssiona, Ihat the
c.Mirse piir.ed by the (rk, m far ai he Wat1 per.
imUM to go, is ihe safest fiir Ihe protection of ev.
ery inleret. The New Jersey case is one of a
real contest, where the contending pirties act in
giod fu it h toward e.ich othei1 arid owbjL"0 pub
lic. . One set of mo rubers claini their scats agninsl
the majority of votes actually polled, at the ek-c-v
tioo. In their support, it is urged that they are
fortified by the acknowledged lorm of law, which
an far mke a present right. Dot this is not a safe
rule. The House is the exclusive and final judge,
and ! think it should take up the contest, in it
first irtages, and carry il buck lo the original facts.
If rights can be fmndnd ujhiii official paper, in
deiiondonof the real facts, scoundrel fmictiwiartes
may afwavs be fouo.1 in oflice to furnish such pa
pers, io jsubsorve parly purpose '" t j'
VVben.the House it in the act of organization,
the historical fact of a bomi fide contest is always
before thein. If the ruturnod memler's is in real
contest, Jot 'his name be passed, with a ootico by
tho Clerk when tho call is through, before any
other step is taken in organizilion, the members
present shook! decide how far the contest was of a'
character lo be then acted opon. This decision
should be made before any officer is chosen.
Mlrilllf riirtri.ninli. ..T at .'.'I. J" '.
If, a the Clerk proposed, the five New Jersey
members had been passed, the some thing should
have been done iirthe Ingersoll case. When the
members of undisputed riiht had been called, then
Ihe question should have been propounded, " Shall
the New Jeriejf dtlegytion be nddedt Jljr re.
ponu to tnu call would, be. No ' Here u real
route, and it thoultl knee a full examination, be
fore either party it allowed to tit.n Tho PenusyU
vunia case would come urX immediately, and the
sumo question would be submitted : " Shall Mr.
r a ... .SI AM
.vjfw aamittea io tuerou ( jug answer
mould be inttant. Yet. Hit com it one where Ike
actual vote and the eertxRcate'corrttpond,
1 have thought a great deal ,upoii. this Subject,
which the purity of election is exposed, and the
best means of defeating fraudulent movements in
thpse officials who take and certify the volet and
issue final certificates. Some such course as that
here suggested, is the miwt f fPxhiaf . that 1 can
.thiru 01,1X10(1 niuch efredii allowed tQ.oflicisJ
certificates, every temptation is held out to obtain
them, right or wrong. , If once a clsiman can get
himself seated in Congress, ho is sure of a aessiefl's
tttjtth waget and contesting es; and t Con
greiwman s influence S an influence that maktt his
reinovol almosl impracticiible would. prevent
this by subjecting tho cluiinnnt to tome scrutiny by
Ihe body in its organization. t ,
DilTicutty'war apprehendod "irom-thir Jersey
pirt or the public, lo carry out Iho popular will, as
fairly exrressed, in opposition to mere verbal and
legal technicalitiee. t II it in the nature of our in
ttituttono, fitundod as they are on free and almost
universal aufimge, to facilitate, instead of thwart.
must cliongo our, institutions, radically change
them before we can venture, upon any legal artr
fice, to set aside an election, by the formalities of
v.nra-.u jI4 jn Of dona hi
England, even in I ho times of James I, when pro.
rogative was a good deal lew limited than w i
when it was often brought to bear upon elortum,
returns, and partiaimsntary privlfcgi.8o far as
the Clerk's roll in our Congress it concerned, it It
rsswpswt .nKisn", v.-i rV, t vw-isvina. .ww,nasJ. r , .. liv.s . i..-.. -a A
generally made up Irom newspaper lepons yery-j
lew mombcrs e,ver bringing Willi mom iutir corn-
ficates. The Clerk s list it nothing, Iherelore, out
I notoriety. Ifa ccrtincale U rotiocea, n isooty
prima facte evidence of a title lo a seal j lor, al
ter all, tbe House is lo judge of Ihe returns and
elections of its members. But tins prima facie
eidene i good until it it disputed, and no longer.
' In the Jersey ense, erne set of tho members wero
certified by iho Secreiary of Stale and tho judges
- of the election, at having been duly elected, and,
-trl Kitditlrm iothiai"th7 bad w lbefcw-fubliei
notoriety the common consent that they wero
elected." Tim other aet brought a commission
' from Ihe Governor; but this tame Governor, in a
message to the Legislature, had acknowledged
that his certificate waa of no avail j and that the
return would bo judged of by Congres, who would
ot tulTf r Iho electors or the elected to be deprived
of their rights. Now, it eould hardly bs expected
of any Clerk lo undertake to put on bis list titber
of Iheso claiuiing parlies; buV if compelled lo
judge between them, be must, according lo Iho
principle on whioli bU roll is wade out, .wt down
the party that was backed by iho common consent
to hit election. To suppose that Coo press would
be governed altogether by a mora technicality ia
Ihetr decision; would be abxurd, especially when it
it made Ihoir duty, by the Constitution, to go into
tho merits of Jhe return and of tho elcclinnBul
it ia taid that the certified member could be eu-
etseded. in doe course of proceedings, towards
the end of the Cimgress, afterv Having 'eilectetf
- Speahtraml parncipaiea 4 iegiH"r""
all lhat wat expected from them to dovMw,,' lhe,r
commission and " broad seal." Very true j and
this would answer every purpose, if we eould only
get Coogrosa and the peoplo of New Jersey, and
tho public generally, to assent to iU" But it is
hard, and, I hope, always win do, u
m ser their face against ilia oosiuva
nM of the nublic: and equally Uard lo
..ihatltiite. in tho estimation of tbe people, 0
vornor's certificate fir a froe eloclioii.
1 "-"."w-'-;-. n, .4.. ll.
- An error bat generally preaiieu, mai u -
could not decide upon an election or reiurt) prior
to the elecliort of a Speaker. It it perwdly with,
in ill power li decide upod tny questionrtoochinj
itaelf aoJ it privileges, at toon at a quorum is on
tained, though it cannot communicate with Ihe
other branch ol Congress without a Speaker
X Y. Jovrnml of Commerce, (Utg)
IXJINT.S AT WASHINGTON.
Si days the 6rtt tesi of the iwenty-sixlb
n l..v been suikred to pats away in ihe
Iiouse of ReprcscnUlivet without even n prosjct
Ml- legLato buMUCM of
- ... i ;i... or tho wtntt of the people al-
soon eou;ru ivt - . , i. L 1 I
. .... tl- .iiemnt Iho liijibbtnded
tcmieu i. w 1 . .
cfTirt In disfraiwliwo a portion of the citizent
New-Jcrsev.and lo set at nought im "l'7 "
nrecd will of a majority of the people of Ihe
Citik il lJ n,:xAfs'H!.a u f.y . U f-i
viwiilen and d.Trlers 1!i,1nwn,t f lr - -
Yet", the eiy fM.!,tiq tf ,,4 U,
teen tainted and refwi. wi twiw Ivu
mi breaks thai woul I j , ,'y
(iT Hie suvereTga tii,i ! m l.
?)' Me are wtU iusjUWw t .
unlHjnghi anirraje f (wsn , ri,4
and s Cun-i U'jcd w r t'-'jtnl'
tiiiPlrils; this New Jcr-j .wiW. u , k( tU
tact. There ire t y, i it.:s,( w,j.u--
ri'presenl alive. Tlie r-t-ti.A r.-.C e
always umler,f t br, ,be rif am r,.
wlreo the MU botft cyc U Twv.
prescribed by. law. Ttmssi hi"ije mp
are the bona fide ref iem t rt W i v-r cowtotit
ents, and as enrh, are rmnlod ta hi tV viIVte
of members of Cisijrei. TlAioflrirkl uvMie.
however, as exemplifwd by ifea Xr Jmn c
seems to be a more rrmmur mnA. TW sww
nority, being tho most or mL rrvtiUe
portion of the crowd, are howra A iiw cWv
maucretlie cnfiitutins atxi !. 1 t;enjr,
and kit Council sffix lite Vf4 anaj V tH Sraer
lo a batch f crrtifieatea i &iJ-TwLai At
volet o( a large miiuW t ciitr... aaA U! al
Whold I the prnress is i i srA tweei
'K.r.i,i-::'i..V.i:""Fi-:: ---..-j , . .
aforesaid Govern ni C-mtfA. lir4 MiAnist.
eoce.--.Vwiaa4 (irortun, (Vwwrsrfic.
THE WESTERN CAROLLMAX
Friday Morning, Drceraber 27, 139.
(& Wo art auiboriandl faasmewstw CJU Kksi
iii W'. Lok as a CacLlatc t tte &t a
8heru1 of Rowaa Cuimty.
ijT Wo are sdtbaritctd ts sawnaaoe Isan IL Hut
Ma, E.. as a Cauditiitui k rrtectana i.r is sdk
of Hberio of Rowsa CostMf , at tkt mm 4rawai
room this week agtia ta tie Jmcsmmh liU X
1Jwiry-eooieit;iiH4 ' irrnnr wm-rwaea&atf aS
the atteulwa of ottr readers at fee vercbr at jtr.
Sergeant of PeensyltTtiua. sa ttvrW twa WVaj awsa
bers tsking their sesis, aal lie DrmmgietiXifmm,
in opowilion. We base sdr4 tbeae prwc& as ley
ing the most caodij aal a Me ru.rau SHcla ft
seen, siid frnw tbese tba Jacrf a tmak'isnikt'
view of this vexed Caabwversf.
AecIarims. Th aeaeet sesnaa CaWfmvL if
ever 0gen'iiiI lor aiwiu'w2tsw4
anrUBtaa. "-- - - t
ieWtry.WaUoaaef.W Si. ammmmm-mmmmkmMlWT. -TT T'J.".
tlio Currency, TardT, Rnsv fUnrrmckm-.!. I
Judging of U bwui fra. nnw f, i - f
US dJaCk Iral ui
ng to submit t duties tkas awjusel, tVaa tary act
some y-sra ago. ; .
. ' Wo well reoolleet tbe line vliea tWe was a etnog
Tariff ptrty ia ibis State. Ttoijereweas-i aaie;
us who ere still Tariff cars avtbtwre. sr WSanc,
ttrt they tror vraiet ta- ewiff wt -wmY umt wtimtf
tlie system. .Tbere t sua wmcb ttim, laamrr.
between pprlrriny Tsrl srif umtuJbnmmg
the claims ef tboiwwbjrMlltffatata.
If w fill tbe Offices of tanasjvsmwett mmJ CmOfftm
with Tsriff swsekjwiU it out tlill- w asa
with all its odious feakiires ! iimt cwmattV it ua7
we, therefore, tlimk tbt de 1km sm t iv siS
free country, is, fur every cUaa smakV, mom HW
-..f.i..r Jate-1-t.-laB. W-aa, Sa all a t TS SXZ
own bssia. Tb tree aha wisJi m h. art law swevAeaia. I
freely etiyfto r - "0"6
Ifato'ponpl of Xisik Carulsai JMLJav&XJkJ
taxed directly or ndirecOy, (sr y eaycaal fmwfomr.mt j
to cuitribut to any public riTtorariar, Irt at kw fc tk
good of its awa eiUsoot aal tl .witwsta( ef
th bate at large. -
. V KEW iEHSSX UJxnoX ..
Tb following is the stain esiaw rfaJ iw evje girasw
in New Jewry as'set toriia Vf Mr'Wiir'Seiw-'
lary of Stat of New Jersey. Tier will bear
in mind thai tbe first six eisnal.am DraakXewsic
candidates, and tb tW u aws ts Wlkeja. - - - r
Tbe figure thow tsaat eJst mm Dim nawirar evaaaV
datet wem elea-toJ, and awe Wag, Mr. BasJifatV aal
th Gcwrswr gav lb ewrtAsaw f clvsAasa a all
of tb Wbiga, thus settiag at twat e graH ash
meotsl principles f sssr Gjawaaw tt ika A aanyw-ty
shall rule. 1
Cofigreas 1 1 beea s-e thss tW w as 1 ii aL
nwkingswsagressatania the may f twara, kl
ait Ibere day after day dtspat sag last wcli aawey iaaw
New Jersey sbaU take tae-r ssts,-ttw W fctja wb
bav tbe minorite f tbe uu, ear tbe fhmmnat wxw
bava a msjority.
Wo Uy tbese feels bet aw ifee r? Tkersmi
tL op'ui'wni Of .aoewt f ttrt saast sbsusgwaawal tutes
of both parties, that tbey eosy wag 6 Usaiwlt(
wbwaew eaf htwe .avb. a:eyg...iiMBMwiea-
.Stole :ef .xem.:mmprf:.u.jz.jz l j: :::.VimMetitoi Ewaswwl Cbttreh in R4eislt.
I J.m a Weacutt. Sectary sTS SU9f New t
L mm eertifv laU euw a Ta! rlu t
atnnsf alliha rctirrni ensile Iw Ae seiral e4nteiiAki.(SV
the respective) coamties SB saal waee eta avw aa ay
office, and akss ef eetsrus aaf vOr r sa Mat bss
lnp of Soutk A.i.W, ra tHe exwaity f MjW. aal
of Milville, in th ouAy 4 tkrto. t3k4 k
the smdsvua f th aaaarai tusraatw egicev ef eW
retards were not vacWrs) . tattWU
of said eoontie d KiMfrrm umt OaaVssvSaaat, aaat
iiaaa ia Mid Ulsicm
ibjch were drere4 as mo it f wsotb. aaw
now resMia oa n m
meu.bers to repre-eM tks. ss A tkmrn t Krw
retentative of tk Tswsjrs-Sunfc Usrwsil t.
8UHM. fceht on tbe 9th tn ,WAer, tXW
it iniksiri thai
I'tnUino Ihrkcrao bad - - -
Peter 0. Vrewn,
Williesa R. Cooper ZZZ
Joseph Cta. .
Meaning Forro, f,
John B. Aycrigg. "222
Jol,aP.B.laXW:i, . ?
n..le.C.tra.ton, " - -
ToomssJ-oesiorke, , ZJ'X !
Joseph T. Randolph, .."T 2 . t
And by which rt sppesrs mm
iklMM. Telrr f). rawsa. Ihfcd C Ka3.,
Williem R. Cooper, Josrpb X, Wjfr F. Ca
dolnb, received t ary a iw ,
taCCaia n JCIsxraJaw-nr
'f 4 f i.i ti.t JIi'U -9 ot Reireentativc
Teii'-mh Vutr;m of the l ulled Suit's. " n
Ix fcarirn.f ,if wh eh. I hive lit-minto wl my lumli
e ;.i Zil mv ral o'oi5 -e, it the city o! Tren
iH.wi.1 .s'i'.vUui "i'liu. iley of. Ue!obeiv.u.
yr if mii hud, l-iJ, and ut the Imlt-imn-d
'i't (if Hie. L'tulni Jiil.'i yuar iity-'"rlh.
JAMW U. WK.SCOIT.
,jintinj , thi ef-rtificat... and oo one will douM
tr.t erpiM..ot H, Jlt-Mi,. Uickeraon, Vmooi, Uysll.
Cwcr. ii.l Ki'le. the dentocratiw esndnlstes, snd Mr
sttiha)a one ot Meral canilulates, ao elect-Hi.
A .ml jt Kl the fiice and eye uf iI,hw facts, Governor
tmum gir mulieafea ot elreli.Ni to' ihe fwleN
alaKX Tk. whole matter is thus M forth in itji proiier
Eight. . ,
T!s fv VVIujj larKlatft prtwnt each a certificate
f slwrtitm from the Uovernor of New Jorey, sml
"ut dtfraaiwl claim their wala The (Jovcrnor
fwsswiws aw authriiy, mors ihan say other individual,
t gnmt siica esrtittcate. Wpt ao far as is conferred
wfkst ki Ua. But the t which confers upon kim
tfeeasiaority m ;etioo, granta it mm, etrtoin rwrfi
tr. . . ,
Ta IKwxrratie caadidntea odit tn prove by the Gov-
s'sows) mwi that Uhsm eonditions aws al trr
rVwNf y the tlotnms, and that his certificate is tliere
tttwa anility. .The Whig awtnbers of the House rxfuas
tk kesr this teatimuoy. ad iwurt that the Certificate,
faswvser kUejat, or tber visa fraudulent it mat he. la
p. P the righjef rj,.e .penooavba ptfiscniit,
aik ihetr teats. . . . .
TU siwpla of New Jersey have empowered the Gov
new. nJW 4, with bis Privy Council, thail he uut
p tk wAoU nnmbrttf sotrs given in the several couiv
twi k Vtvrminw the persons elected, and torant
Xbtm a eertiovst ot their election. Governor Pen
auttfttm ta rnensueft a tertrficato to certain fndreid-
swlav laarf hating emit Uf tk mkoU number of votei.
Ttoswwta New Jrsev. throueh their repr.ents.
saer prawe tnia bet, from the liovernor's own
eMectt with this certtflcste, and upon whick
flestw as bunded, ami renuerts ttist. Mis brtng
sa ttfMmkrJ, the certilknto thus given may be dmre
awta aasathurMeit. and iherelore void. The
tart retime to kesr them. What ia this, in si.
Bet, kut Btkm-r the election ot Representatives from
iseevu, ami givmg it to the Uovernor I What is it
loawiueuue; a gruas osiirpa'Kin ef poptiUr righte-.
eart attsmpt tm karco apon the people ot New Jersey, as
t?iyatettvev men whom they never have elected!
Ami vH th parry who do Ibis have tho assuranes to
tI ihuMt Rjwblicana, and lo tk the aid of the
tvinidatjf' iiraur fights in overthrowing and trampling
asms the Vnates4 snd dearest ot all those rightsthat
m roes e ta Kvra tet. : '
TV tnpsVst licrtms of the Tsrtf A reoort for
tuaaVV been going tho round, in the
Noet&en iptis,tusi Mr. CsUmmmi has -ec-nstmt fir
Jj!!f!.y,"' poHi of much inlob
ligvsate ana! esaaluiv emit j Save Wiev'eTtho report"""'
TV S tlunoml Enquirer, however, called on Mr.
Catbou to know th truth or falsity of tho report
"TSs aoswer uf Mr. Calhoun to the enquiry, will be
basal euoueil beiuw .
.It . .1 . a . . '
hiiiierto of Jhs.opinioos end cooro of Mr.
Calhom on tin poim, wshonld ss soon think of bis
gHinf j SMtabliahing t monarchy ia lbs United States,
as aw th eoprvaMvo Teriff s'o;
-Ta ritaWaalaSaa, umt-tW aafvocatats f a orotaeliva
F ' ft. -. V .. I..' Ll ... L - - ' I.
... . wum., mj mm won
" "7 s'T'"'- uo,""B
T T i s " s"
I-mverjustXttK.-ir-rxi-,x,.-.Tl-,,K . . .1 .- . ... .... .
assy W ummn that tb people will never vsgain be
UiiaiaW, by all lite dust that can be rawed (rom the State
ef Sia to that f LsuuHana. Tb ruia and distress
wlkack has grown) out at the operation of the one,-ind
tteeopt-swun ami tyranny exercised by tb advocates
,.,. Uxsetttety qtJ,l.A.tg aaaiUilat th ymispeet of
Bavt Sia : I have received the Enquirer containing
aw mtvem troos zam rrirt iuence Jijrual, which anrsng
mm uuna, anaens uai 1 nave eom out in favor of t
g TrtA. . I ewrluil that 1 am indebted to you fur
wt mm, at lh eoadusion of your eommsnls,' you say,
toat ynai mill eucluso lb aumber cootauiiog tl to me,
luaf Atr.r.jom ootics of the subject
at tt aas aot th shadow ot romas.. , . ..tmiil.
rr. nq rhe nsagrs.th.it and simitar rumors
. br euw time, teen w weiy c.rcuiaiing in in
- , cafeinij
wa tut ouU AaJalLiha. cuuutrju a. Ireiif we Lef ihs
aciiasctia sysivm, with its cartsia consequences, would
twewasog llwr greaieet; too 11 reaiiy surprising, ma
wita ib liirht f sanl xpv iwc, sny oo of sound
jaaitraasa ami stlachad to lh country, slstuld think of
aaaiiojr tk attempt. I fully agree with you, that tlio
tiiaata, ami. I trust, th groat body of the sound end
eaanuiat f alt partis, elsewhere, cennot bo gullod by
Lm blldetuux argwnents put forth M its favor. The
"IviwaiBg aUrfligeoc of IE" igr tk tmpvui- irrsH smHl
ssasaaws ; aaat nil atismpts at th renewal ol th Pro
tocby systssa aasaat fail ; or, if sttceeaaful, b followed
mf mulnaii that woutd apemlily prualrat th sye
turn wttxt iufUit!y graater lues than gaiB' to ttie
uaiiiilWrterTra ihrmrrlT-n --
I has nut asmeGva. Ilsmiltoa ia the recess, snd
, caaa4 ae-wt mtr kim; but I baa ao doubt that the
twaasr a a tiai laa I mi kia as ia my eaao. Ia fact, I
aauy -ay. that thw smtrd Vote ot this Muta, including
ail awrUMSaa, vry turauit, at oppiawd to lb syatem.
As few a I aa aauentwal, I ecarcely know an txception.
Wok) grawl iwaaect, I aut, tt. lie.
J- C CAMIOCN.
T. RiKaix, Eeq, '
, x 1
'CVtme CVamex It was ssid for some time during the
patst Fall, that lb Cotton crops would b small In the
tSoatb. tbta aeoaow. It aow seems however, that this
. ws awatski.It ia ascertained thst the ropi
jsiLlUTarJujw and they prov to
be aeucb awe buudjat tbsa was at first anticipated.
imnsinil by fire en Wsdnosday, aRenioon tlio
It j snpouaaw to have caught from Ire in ashes, bs-
iag eVweetaal aa a woodea vessel. ;V
$am--TaO New Tsrk papers state, tUt 00 Satur.
city to th depth) of twe fast We can't boast of quits
m siiM-b here, but w would mroria our north Kiver
trnui), tbat ww bad til tort of sleighing here Chru4
rs TUi ' Jaetora 'ior'as if MiasacIiusetU have"
beea liutedl ky a aval diasatroua storm ot wind, rain,
ami aasw. Alt th Easier ppera contain most p in
fo! accounts f tb ehipwmcksk destbs, snd destruction
f property, est Saturday, th lllh instanL A writer
from GUtceetcr, its tb 8a!ra (Mess.) Catetle, spcak
mg f toa eC-ct of tb stoma in tost vicinity, ssyt :
, ! iaapossib! la eay, tt present, precisely how
. BMy hav prrunW, but allavre tbet th number can
at to Was Uuaa Jtf ' Tbe Northers shore of onr har
Im piesesia a ecen that makee Uie very heart bleed
atra e it ia with tb wreck end cargoes uf twenty
twaty- !, end here end there with tho life
fe snd kfoedjof bodies ot tintortnnat mariners, thir
whrd tumm unity tr in mourning, whil sympsthy
and fcmavoUnc are actively alive to tlio wants of the
f RcclUM of fyroker. It will be seea, Vy t ut
in the nroceedmir ot Cor'Tt KB on tne io n iiim.
out. ... e
Ihe R,.j,';jt day, the lion. R.nrr. M.T. Ik'STKa, one V
"".'f ihZ it 'HVPS irom Tirciirm, wnrira . r .
t Hie iloukv . iv
gratified with tbtlb',Ul1i;--.
.. ... , Mr. 11. lai
a lie in;!fi
aid to pom.' ell
ym rrui&iir lliaiu(l-a ior a j
p'' eno is wnn-
inuum an ui inn pure cm.'riw i i . .
.:,.,. d L. .a sclwol, an on-
ii maio miiia man oi me mow rigiu mp f,t
II. said, in his adJress lo tho Houm, that be w .j,,
ardent fru-itd of economy, retrenchmciit tad reform, '
and lor e strict cwaruction of the Constitution; This
elect ion annum well kn Ihe influence of correct princi
pies in the Uoiie of Representatives. For the priuei-pl.-a
upon which Mr. Hunter stands " committed to th
CKiiitiy," wo refer the reader to the list of membcra
on our first psge. i
Vsnlry Mcllee, of Greenville, formerly of Lineolnton
in this Siale, has been elected President ot theOisrles-
(on and Ciiicinaati Rail-Road Company.
k ' ' ' ' 1 v V....
The Charleston Mercury say 0n the second day
f lh session of tlio Virginia Leginlctvre, a bill pawed
its second reeding in the Houseot (Jtlegatea to relieve
the Banks from all ihe Iciml consequence ot their lals
suapenaion ol cah psymeaia f W bat a fsrc is 8tato
legislation on the banks! Tb laws am suspended and
repealed in their favor, and the reaann given, ia lhat
these corporations have defied and trampled on the
laws! Admirable logic ! cut down the gibbets, des
troy the prison, abolish the court of iiwtice f They
were til establwhed when it was thought neceasery to
follow up the breach of laws by punishing the ouender!
Hilly end barbarous notion ! " Tho true way is to repeal
tho law whenever it is violated." , .
rom rum WRSTBI caioii!iiAr.
"I hate t'ie men who'll build their tern :
On tho rums of snnthrr' norno."
Msaaas Eorroas: I would like lo know what the
scribblers for your neighbor, the Federal WstCh.nan.sx
pert to geia by their oonstant attacks on our. oember
of Cngrrm, Air. Father. lie appears lo be tb knr.
then of all their labors, tbe suhject of their day snd night
dreams. He certainly must bs a great obstacle in the
wsy of some of them They perns ps think thst if be was
run down, they might riaeonhisdownfall. lieitbemnot
deceive thmiiaelves. Tbe peoplo know them too well
ever to trust them again.
Th people may bo deceived one or fwies, but eal
dom the third timer-Thru srrreblers m the W atrh
man munt thuik th people are greatly wanting in eon,
not to see Ihrougli their real motive. Tbsy Uiink they
esa act as inoonsistemly as thoy please snd still de
eaiii r.. .,, , ,
At on lime they cry nut tt Concuss i.td bold them
up lo ridicule; it toother they themselves en jane in
tlio same practise end then it is til rtghi. They went
trisrt Ynn Burr svrsuso b was a Caucus Nomi
nee; now they go or llmrrtgon tot the very same rea
son, In Kdl, the Rillimore Ctsivention was called
Humbug Csiictis, but in liOO. tbe HunUburg Cou
tu li termed a Xulionut Vanttntion. ' '
Col. Philo White, appointed, by a few individuals in
Sslwbury, iais-rrrrseMlr th people f the 10th Con-
faoal Disuieuio the Biiluioor Caucusi but, JJr.
liurna, sppHiitod by a leas number of individual in Ra
leigh, rtfnttntti all the penple'nf this District without
regard to party, 4c, in tbe Uarruburg Vouru.
When Uen. Jackson Ws President, they made a treat
outcry against military chieftain's being I'mudenL
Now they are toiag old Gen. Htrrinn, befius tu""
i miy tite other oif. they ireuW one of yon of beta. :
L - "'."wi - iiriw ".wnn nun rauq now
de-smies of this country, who is not only a military
ciiHMiaul, out sn svoereo eooinionm.
Unde the patent term Whig!" end by the sal of
Csncusea, they think they can roll down, ai.d build up, I
whom they please, snd make Ux.jrreatnien, Prenidcnt,
4te., It pleasure. But, Mera. Kditora, let lliein pot
'itecttA'g Uinmsiitvee. Aacil'tVuig at Hiey Vra, the pZ
pie se thr Ujzh"llieirdcvrna, snd will, m spile of dic
tation and scribbling, ect ae become freemen,
' V--.' -----an c-userveb;""
Il appeart from tbe New York Kxprrgs, that
within .;ho last three weeks, over a million and a
half of woolen goods hav ben re-shipjied back to
CnglHiid. These shipments hav beenC made dr ;
Iwo rees-ins. First, Ihey wot , . )fi
wT.,..hi wnr. t:. the L'ollee.
rfrWWVw that aj , . .-, VS tetia. ,
Iho dilT-rencoHo the rev'' ,mP""-.-l
ve eiop me pren, 10 snnounco, tnai on,i( thi
4Hub mstantr-tb .House of. ReproacijtaUvMvaM trt
Hit new Jersey contested election, hy deculiin. k. .
vote of 110 lo 112, thst tho Whig member holdingi,a
Govornor's certificate thauld not ItkoHbeir.tetuCy,
oovoral members ou both sides absent from iudivp
siliea. . . V
Tb Globe ssys, on Raturjay. "the orincii.le nart of N
th day was occupied in an elleinol. ou the narlWlha
leaders of th opposition, to expunge th rule requiring
the vote in elections of the I low to be win sore
The proportion wss kist by a large majority. Th
rules were then idopted is tlio atood al llielant awion."
The IIimih then piocidcd to tho election of its re
mainipg rticers, Vc., hen Mr. II. A. Garland, the
former Clerk, was re-elected for Gerlsnd, 118 ; Clerk,
105 ; Alaeon, 8. R. Dursry, re-elected SurgeanHt.
Arms, t - f - -
Tb Preeident't Mossige was certainly tubmiiKd to
Congress on Monday Isst, end therefore, wo expect VT
have th pleasur ol laying it be lore our reader next
vMKBu1!w,r!!'i. lines wa to -elect a Pabtie fVmtevan fUnditv
UNITED IN WEDLOCK,
In this County, on the fob iti.ient, by' Isaac Ribclin,
Inq-r-Mr, JAtXiB PO)Uti Mist MARTHA CA-
MEL All fi the Rsil-Rnsd. 1
Ia tins IMjiiiy, on ihe l'iih instant, by tbe Rev. Wm.
Hall of Mocke-ille, tho Rev. iSY.A U. HALU pes.
tor of Thyalira (Preshytarian) Church, ta Miss ELVI
RA BRANDON -
" In Bdmeroumy.'wibo igtn iwm, tiy nig Tte":
Thomas F. Davis, of this Town, Mai. ALEXANDER
F. GASTON to Mia IjORB I TA MURPHY.
In this County, on tli 12th instsnt, by John Shaver,
F.., Mr. LEONARD P4.KKS.of Una CouoU-.to Mist -I
M ft Y-t'tJXrofvidwirtnimT: '
Iu Davidson County, on lh 17th instant, by lh Rev. . -
ft Thnmils, Mf. SOLOMOrc MOCK to" Mie EUZ.V
FROM tbo Subscriber, on llio Old
instsnt, near Ureensborough, a largo
sorrel horse, 19 or 16 hand high, with a whits
streak in his forehead, 13 yetrt old next Spring,
tnd hat been docked. Suid horse hat been work,
ed regular, consequently shows tho marks of har,
nost. Any information concerning taid horse, di.
reeled U me at Lexington, N. Carolina, or lo my
house, a mile Iust of Lexington, will bo thank
fully received, and lairly compensated. '
State: ; fri&OlmWWi Pcnrtiftywunn nr. jmw
N, f .. rW. 7, 1.