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HE 'WESTERN CAROLINIAN
Tidar Mornlnj; Mahja, 1840.
Candidate! far Sheriff, Rowan :
COL R.-VV, WW'.. I WW IImHARWC-
davie county: :
i friend inform us, that on Thursday of Davie
fc,iDty Court, (week before lal). the Magistrates
If that County met and look up county matters.
he. ill wns wiu sv gj com on we pou, auu j
oUcn tha ?100 of real estHte. . ; -
Special Cowt.-k. G. Carter, William Haw.
jk- Alexander Sinoot, Lemuel Bingham, Mid Sa-
koel Taylor, squire. -
I ate ' "1
t wm m;l ....
fT We invite the attontion of our readers to
m speech of Mr. Fislier, on the opposite page ofj
, day V papery the Net Jersey Contested Etec-
This speech is short, end, though Mr. Fish.
if was'Irequeiitly interrupted by the brqai teat
La, fley did not succeed to preventing bim from
ring I clear and conclusive exposition of the
lW attempted by the Governor of New Jar
y to cheat the People of tht old and patriotic
lisle out of their juat and constitutional right. ,
That Gove rnorTwith his mimical broad teal, and
it party io. Congress, and cm t of Congress, have
lieu great paint to forestall public opinion, and
el the minds of the pftople made up in kit favor,
LfijrerJeici of the eao jrere k no wo. 'This is a
ick often reported to in la au cases by those who
Lie desperate cases) but aa honest "sod intelli-
ditrj Jr willnever be" misjodrby UcJr trTclTTo
ii-a a verdict a'iinwl evioence, And we are much!
VmUksa if. the people, who were the. intended
Idignant when they discover the fccta,.'.
I it is said that tbe Gjvwnor oNW-reey; tf
I jive of a Foreign Kingdom, and he has but lately
yi naturalized. 'This may account for hi arro
WCfct Aw wwimag tobilhe TSfAf 1 f anJfoV
in virtue Ac ascribes to lljd broaX teal : tat it is
if broad tealf iMgmPtm,',.l9rd0t
Vukei, Knights', Squirts; and ixtmbert of ParRa-
Wat; - But what shall we say of nJtive AmeAF
tia-Lkwytn, Judges, Goveruore, and members
f Congreas. Vho would set up the sanctity of e
imittal of wax fixed to a certificate byso in.
dividuaf. against the twice and will of a majority
f tit freemen of a tooereign and patriotic Slate t
And who are tho moo that are most anxious to de
feud (hi arrogance and usurpation of the Governor
iu opposition to the Piople t Why, they are the
rery name who are daily making a clamor against
J'.xeculicc Power I Oil, consistency I whoever
Visbe to find you must uot look among the broad
V.'al men. We knew there was a party" fu the
1 mied States secretly anxious to establish titles
Lid ranks of nobility, but we did not expect so
Von to see them try so broad a step towards their
bject sa they have tried with their broad seal.
ilit the Republican ot this Country niarkllusr
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pain'rY.aboui half of the very able and interesting
speech of Mr. CulUoun, Promised in our last, k We
aA .::kn. -:-itT', -rlWJAMK-AMKIUKa-OK-AiV-AHiiieaujiaiure of the Jtkccutive to b'cue bw.TTnt ,
eere .wplled to &9 .a-Jl'dtjtfivfiier
Fisher s speech this week, which . we know all pur
readers will bo sosanxious to see. - We need do
nothing m ire than direct the reader's attention to
Mr.-CiilmwiiepeecrrrfoThe peyisoJewee gM
it rivets the attention throughout. It is the clear
est sndfiiosl able elucidulioii of the nitrations of
the Tariff systoin on sll the interests of the coun
try that we have ever seen. ,'..'
The readet will not fail to preservehK paper,
u the remainder of the speech' will beVjjiveu in
our next. . ' . . '
V'1 "JUDGE SAUNDERS. "II
A couple of weeks since, the ftalwigh Regiater
etiarged Judge SicaDEBS'with the " iocousisieu
cy ! of having preferred Mr. Adams to Gen. Jack'
sua io 1824, and uf afterwards supporting the Gene
u io oppoHition toMr. Adams; but that paper
having ayice become satisfied of the groundlessness
of the charge, has f romplly ami honorably re-
Jrscted it. ' ...... -
Ws are the mote gratified at this' display of (nag
sinimity on ibe part ofthe Register, inasmuch as
"fr-;! I-H siJtrob etm
tive and onscrupulous -todrss f tnoetef the other
JRwWJwJiigiwipeti in t his StatsTf -Bnd we are "not
without hopes, thai snsw'of t'lem at least may still
profit by the good example the Register haa set
tbm, of dignified style, of respect for the fiehogs
J Editorial bssthren, snd of a sense of justice
lowtrds political oppuoenta.
But the Register has every incentive to deal with
sll fairness aud courtesy towards Judge Saunders;
(W such is the Judge' habitual politeness and pro
srbtal suavity of maonerVthaf the moat rovete
nte of his political opponents cannot, en coming
"Uf coiitacTwifK aim; Uibs ie ofan prmwet-
Jl ilLMhoMj!bihM..dXBn kjia j
l be J udge is a hih-minded, honorable and taleti.td
naa ; and eveo those s, bod Jer-wilh mnrhj potv
- rct, are const rained to admire him for his social
qualities, to respect him for bis private virtues, and
io hobor him for bis talents, bi patriotism aud
puWic services. . .
And the Register is at Jast praaent in remaiD
ng on good social terms wiib the Judge for we
oubt not but what the wary Editor of thai ancient
trial u smell a rat" io the popular brecse of the
sle, which affords bim sufficient inkling of what
. is going to be ths result of tho next Gubernatorial
contest, to enable him to " guess" who will be the
occupant of lbs Executive Mansion for ths next
.'CLNUAL 1IARRWOV3 OEXL'RXLSlilP.
A tlie supporters ul (lea, Ihrris-Hi Lr the Piesi
dmicy are busily ng.igd in trumiratuig lbs great
expluiti of their " Hero" during the Ute war, fir
the purpose of tailing's little political capital, it
would probably not be uuiutereating to refer back
to the biatury of thoae days, aud see how the grave
and inteltirent actors oo the political etae fAcit
estiimited Geo. Uarrisoo's soivictt as s General.
We should recollect that " distance lends enchant.
. merit lethe view;" and that 44 politicians bj trade,"
such as are the mass of ihoje most busily engaged
io pabiog Geo. llarrisoa forward for the Prei
deoey, are sot over scrupulous in the meant they
take to obtain or retain power. Therefore, let u
go back to the records. - i
In Xdet Regiittr, volume 10, page 125, we find
. the following proceedings of the Senate of the
, United Btalea, (ia 1818:), , f
" Tlie Senate resumed the eoruiJeration of the Joint
Resolutions, direetinf medals to be struck, and, tnelh
. er with the tbsnks of Congress, preaentetl to Mijor
General tlarriaon sad to Governor 8helby,and for other
k parpuses. After some discussion, Mr. iacock bioved
' to amend the Resolution, by striking therefroia the
, name of Mnjor-Uoneral ilarriaon, Thi motion waa
determined in the amaMatiyt yeas 12, esys 10."
Was this ciowuing aud rewarding Gen. Harri
son as an able and victorious General t-or, was it
not a nioiit pointed rebuke upon his imbecility and
incompetency T Most certainly the latter, and so
Gen. Harrison himself considered it it ibe time.
Io letter to ft frieod (also published in Kites' Re.'
gister.) be aayss ' -' :' - i'V". ' ;-' V ; '
;" A vote of the Senate of the United Slates fait at-
tackei to my aie a rfufrwra which I am contineed
no time or edbrts of niine M ittr be able to efface. -Their
censure is indeed aegaiian, but it sut oa that
account the less sever. r .
And this ie sots the great federal M nero" and
-candidate for the .Presidency We cannot better
conclude titan by quoting the following from the
Hamilton Telegraph f ' ,
Now, we de hope that our ?Jiticl exponents will
Dot arenas ua of publishing Gei sral llarriaia as I dit
traced man. for we only quota kit ee tevrit. It
jaM.JbAbprne..ii) miod that GemTil llarriaoH fetigned
ni eotainnauoa in May, 1014, bavinjt kt Ui conndence
of Die whole armyr Let it ajaa be reutembered that
Uin was toe mo&i gtoooiy period of the war, wbsa the
. eoimuy reoowed tut aswleos-ef ewry man f eiilrtary
talents and ftrmaeas. "The suWwicut nor vice ot Ocn.
Jackson, and Ibe unprecedented aud brilliant victory of
iiew vriesna, anow mat mere waa wnra enougn, ana
wil enough, ft M Io pM)Mct, yet Grtral 4Urriaua'
rirrdto A'orth Bend. The eoiiotry jroT along Withi
out bis services thru, and closed the wer;o a triumph of
g-gwry. ana wna mum ast,aeaiess esian
"Think of it, felfowitnena, die HeiuUe of the '!.
led Stalri did not think that General llarriaon merited
i sword or the tbsoks of Congress fur his military
ttrviceuz r ,t'- . mr r: -fT
, t? & ' ,, 'r m - - ii ' " r
1 GEN. JURR W&AND .ABgUTfOrsmT
Tbe following article recently appeared in the
Cbillicothe Advertiser, published at Chillicothe,
Ohio. We do not pretend to vouch for itsaulhen
ticity ; but it is hardly poeaible that a respectable
newsiiaper would dare to fabricate such an article,
wbich must necessarily have sue ft a tremendous
bearing oo 'Gem Harrison's prospects for the Presi
dency and that, too, as U were, in the General's
immediate neighborhood.'" We will only sdd if
such be Gen. flarriaoo's feelings, viewe, and hit-
lory, it there e ngU sua iu the South who will
vol fottoiriT ; ' rz-r-.y-y
vaoii THS CSILLICOTRS aOVKSTISIS. 't
Ths following is to etract from the Ffiilanthmpist
(principal Abolitmi paper jn ibe State of Ohio,) of the
JAtaJ1 Sbrua ry , publialied ia Cinciiiiag
"Fellowiliaens: Beine ealledjuddenly home to st
teridmj sick fainilyt rhsys but a monieni to answer a
ww ot me calumnies wmcu are iu "circuuuou con
" 1 am accused of bein
e present moment 1 have been
my earliest youth to the present
- joct of woiclt was io smelwraie Ute condition of slsves;.
and procure their freedom br evert lcol meana. My
venerable frieod, Jud-e Gslch ol'Clermool County, was
also s member of Hi is Society, snd has lately given me
a eertibeate that 4 W one. lyieabiigutmm w4A-J
lk tim mmbW. keitm fail k full mer ft mttJ.' '
-WILLIAM llNRV tiARRiaON.' .
f Appended to litis letter is the cert i heats of Judge
' Gulch, of Clcruioitt County, "that the Harrison fami
ly were wealthy and refeclaUe, and thst Uenersl
Harrisuo waa admitted a member of the Abolition Sj
ciety, of whicb he a'so was a member. J - '"
iilort Evidence How long will soutliern men
rinse their eyes to the fact, that noAhern Frdr.
ratum and Aooutumum are one and the same, so
far a puliiical action is concerned ! thai these
ws tett sptor ireTnovIng hinTttnrtsaod lu the war
now waging against the South and her institutions!
and that they are making common cause in favor
of Harneoq for the .Presidency T The porriiaas
"of Gen, Harrison in the South may deny this, and
endeavor to lull tha people into fatal security 1
'but tic northern friends cTilarrison bold a very
different language, as will be seen by wmt billows.
Ex-Governor Cab p, of. Vermont, in s late address
to the Abolitionists of that State, urges those fan-
m theer eeppori of- tfce
WhTgcandldaw for tfce Presidcricy, for, if we are
nol Jhus united, ssys be, the Democrati trill be
certain to carry the Stale. Hear fcim
In the Stat of Vermont, (isys Goveraor-Unip,)
ths number of freemee identibed with the Ahuliiioenla
must be st leatTthree thoosind, probably more; but
thai ie immatenal, aa so one would be likely to make a
lower estimate. The segregate Whit Vote fur Go
inoTal TM la Ikcttoa, Tf arHntfy futn hvntrnd
sit hundred and elteen : the Tory voie for the sain
oSce was twenty4wa thmuani txo hu.idrti anil f fry
sue -making a Whig majority of tiro ihrnttaml three
. huadredamd tutu. In tht State, the .'. Wuimnti op.
pear to be sinful excltttiwly nhiq: I tow many 1
nee there may b who claim to be Abolitionist, 1 know
L""Wows"'uii ii'sf iif"riW vbVBwsetrv" -DOZEN
AT MOiTi Probably noue wuuld. eiaim
oterabupdrea?'-:""1 '.'l!r.'g-;te-; "'' ' afM
Tkmkrvpt La-- great many retitiomx.Jiave
been presented to Congrew praying the passage of
aGsoeral Bmkrupt Law" It will lie ocolleoted
that the Tr - J-ot recomtnendeii the passage of
sucb n Ijw in each of his two, last Messsgcsto
Congress. Siin o tin; question bas beensgitated in
Corgna, it is fotm l thid the'Wcfafistl, troo jp
Iheir old f-i'.li, are how in favor of the passage of
General Bankrupt Law, (which, tfiey formerly
' oprxisrd most violently) .provioVd that Banks and
other corporation are exempted from its operations.
These lotrrt of the " deaf r nfe "are constKtetit
in one particular at least mjiuisinM'g'iny
. - . ... ..., .i
4ii ia JrafercSy.e lu4iua irhUof the pAe."
OCT" By reference to our Ciingrcfiiopftl Synop.
sis, it il be at-ou ttiat the Coinmittu of Election
have reportHd on the Nw-Ji'wy caae that the
Democratic caudidutes received a majority of the
lawful voiea. What will now be the excuae of the
certificate " and broad seal " men and their
friends, for this bare faced attempt to trample on
the rights of the freemen of New Jersey, and 'set
at defiance the Constitution and the Laws!
"Wkigitm . Warewum. Who esa regsrd
the following tact witliout discerniog clearly the de
cline of the Van Buren cause ? .
1 Mr. Van Bureu'a native county rend three Whig
members to the Asseuibly; his native dittricl senda
three Whig Senators his native IS late ha a declared
Uiree limes for the good Whig caune,' " , .
, The above item is going the rounds of tha liar
riaoa papers and, to be impartial, tr will oow
give aa example on the other side I
Van Jiurenitm c. Jarmoai'm. .Hamilton
County, Ohio, in which Gen. Uarrisoo lives, sends
a full delegation of Vao Buren men to the State
Legislature, and sends a Van Buren man to Con
grass; besides, when Gen. Harrison was last a
candidate fur Congress in that District, he was
beaten badly, by a young man, and when a candi
date for Governor of Ohio, only received 4,000
out of 00,000 votes! -1 '
Further. Hamilton County, Ohio, has' always
been Repw&ticas to the core; while Columbia
County, New York, (Mr. Van Buren'a home,) has,
with a few intervals, always beea a decided federal
county, particularly during the late war.
MORE " WHia UNASJMtTY.n
raoM tub knox v ills aaevs.
Gen. arnjua. The geuuine Whigs. of the
South will not swallow him, no matter bow slick
ba may be greased. ..The Georgia Southern Ad
vocate, a Whig paper, says i '
''This body of politicians have thought proper to
present tulie people the asms of Wm. II. ilarriaon,
an aboliuoufat, Ths Course of the State Rights part
ia this mailer is very plsia; it is a cosiest in which
they should take no part.". . . 4 i
A ndJu"TIole7icflr XATa1liTilrW,TtKtberWhrf
ttifl follb Wuig Tatlgusige": " ;
fCen; Hanjsrm"1sdimguliiI aftls irdchttttoB-
meat to the antHlaiery causei for his Federal nrinci
plea, sad tiie eonsieieiit advocacy of ifaein; and fur the
unexpected encouragement be met. with at the leal
I'ruMmi elticllou o fen veoond yme.v-
We callilris pretty plait tulle about llarr'uiou'a
AfrnJififtt'smliiide cjinin sail docs
from Whig papers. ' ,r y - - "v
And here comet another I V-T 'be New Orleans
" Groat Western " contains the, following i ;
Though we differ iu politics, 1 am not such a strong
Whig a to rally uiuler uie tlarriaon Dag. J am now,
and have alwaya been, a strong supporter of a Naliwis
Bank J but I tout willing to do without the re-establiah-
uient of the Bank, if we can succeed in no other wsy
but by sluclinu (Jen. Marrumi to the Preetueocy. I
mutt cunteaa Utat I eaaaut support turn, lor uie reaaon
I have alwaya bad, thai ia, I do aut Uiiok nun stall com
pateul; and I fear be is a liltle connected wilh the
fanatic.'' . ,'-. u ' -- -
TUe reader will st once pronounce the views and rea
son of our Whig correspondent honest, sound, and cor
rect; and when tfii question has to be tested, no mall
number of honest Southern Whigs of Luuuiane will
be found to vDtertaio tbe same opinion' v :. .
In the llouie, .March 3, considerable time waa spent
in doualinir a Resolution offered by Mr. ilabersham of
Georgia, ordering Uie printing of 5,000 copies of the
nmp ul the noulliern rosnt, Iroin tlie survevaol I liarlea
tlie Snuate, making an approprialios for tha removal of
lueBFT;Rivor rUfTwasTaTuHTip aud debaTedTTiut Ut
fore a vote waa taken oa it, tin House sdjoumed.
I.Houae to the bill to conQiufrlh office of Commiwuoo-
bill to etittton Hie Secretary uf Hie Ji'reBsnrr,to-conp
proi'niW willi' the" sureties of "SsmuPt Swsrtweot, ; and !
Uie bill to extend Icr a lunger period Lbs several ael
now in force lot the relier or insolvent debtor of the
United Siatea, were ordered to be engrossed. The re-
puiuitjlie Sulea JiBirni' tcsoo Jjje sssumptice.jpfl
State deals wss Uieo Uken up, sod Mr. Urundy ad
dreakd iheenate st lemth, and wiib greet ability, in
reply io uiu vaiiuua uijvi.,Hiiia gmiu wi (cpur.
ithout concluding, Mr G. gave wsy for a tnuttun to
go iuto Execuuve senaion ; after whicu, lbs Seuate ad
juurueiL ',- '. ' ' -, ,
Is lite Houte, Ibe tllowtng Kesolution, oOered by
M r. Pelr,i k i n of Peon., ws adopted i
RrtoltrtL "That the Committee of Accounts be io
structed to report to this House all the fact in relation
to tlie furnishing this House With stationary, by the
Clerk, Including ihe difference of puce paid fur the
stationery tarnished Io tbe bVmte sud ti l furnished
lies House ; and, furtiier, Uial liicy reort all Uie facta
relative to contracts ssde by the Clark with S. D.
Langtree for litliograpliing certain maps, authorised by
the Mat Congresa to bis published, snd the price paid fur
tbe copperplate engraving of the same mips published
by order of the Senate ; and lint said committee 'have
power to send for persona aud uipers io order to enable
them tocomnlv with the luro? iinir innructiona, . yr
Mr. "Jones of Virginia submitted a resolution, that
tbe House resolve it 1 1' in a Conmitiee of Uie Whole,
for Uie purpnw! of cnnii'tering the bill smhorixrng the
issuing of TnMiry Notin, and that the said bill shall
-fjH:twn mrmads--by sevenil nt!nneeto-'thet--
have precedence over all ouiar business until disposed ot.
fWCWHMHi tfl UIU ICWiHUW- i ,
Mr. Junes moved a suspension of the rules to soabft
him to Offi iL
Mr. Boll inquired whether the chairman of the Com
mittee of Wayaaod M'-aue wibd to go Into Commit
tee of Uin WMeJor the purpose ot considering tbe
Sub-Treasury BilL If so,hs wou'd vole fortiiemutiuo,
Mr. Jones of Virginia replied, that he wss as snxioos
at any gentleman to grt up that bill, and th only rea
t SSI why ll bad est Iwn'ukew-up was, Hist if had no
1. ' - L I .
pern reacBee ia ui rrgoiar course or oueinem.
Tbs motion ts suspend wss out agreed to. ,
. A motion wu then made to refer the President' An
oual message to the Committee of the Whole ee Ute
stalrf the Unioe, and adopted.- Reports from ilia Com
mittee were then called for, tad proceeded is aptd the
ftwm sifjeuresei---. . .
. Is Srnmtr, Msrch 5-Varioe Petrtron inJ rnemort.
ai 5us.raswited.io. favor of t. General. Bsnkrupt
law, we renueiion w roaiagr, etc., sua uy Mr. iiea
d'rsoa, the instructing Resolutions of ths Legislature
. . .. .... ,i
In the llaue, Mr. Cambbel from tbe Committee on
Elections, to which ws referred the resoliitioa'of the
House of t!i th sit, direetinf sstd eommiile to re
sort forthwith la the House, which b of Uie ten can
didstes for seats ss RepresenialiveS ftwa the State ot
New1 Jery hsd'ieeeived lbs g rea mm number of law
ful vote st (be kte election is thai State, mads a de
tnilsd report thereon, concluding wtU staUng that
Messrs DicksrauA, Vreoinr Kills, Ryall tod Cooper
(DeutucreU) bsd received the greatest number of law
ful voles. .
. Tbe reeding of the Report was commenced, when
Mr. Fillmore lulerruutl tits Clerk, sad proposed tgot;
::- v . r - .
lo ths Hm? i Reioliii4rsnm?mFflie Report
Lbctxin, with instructions s&l
I Bks furthjar loveuigaiaws! c iuun s b-jjb sea, si
(J'sfUlnn. the Rnp.irl wajrcsJ t-'iroiiii, hIk-u Mr i'v
. inkeu ufli red a lli liinon to die etlW-t, ihfi f'i.' "
UicIhtpini, 4e ( Jcniirtie elaimauts) fiaung n1
dived a limjorilv (if the lawful Vulea, Ac.be ailmitleil
to seats in this llouce, ml tint the SiHikrr Hi.cn r tfii;ii)
as m li,on proMcnling thi'tnaelve. On his Kilulmn.
Mr. Petriken moved the Previtiua Quttion; but bt'
fore a vote waa taken it being 1 o'clock at night, the
la Senule, March 6, after a protracted debate, the
reaulutioua reported by the Select Committee on the
'sasufiiptKHi ot Stale debta, with some inudiHcationa,
' and an additional resolution, submitted by Mr. Noavau,
h W is adojib'd. .
la the Ho t, the preamble and resolution offered
Isst evening by Mr. Fiu-aosa, With the intendment
of Mr. PtTsiaia, came up tor Conwderation ; but no
question wss lakea tnoreon, the whole day being con
; suniod by debates on points ot order.. Aa ineffectual
motion waa made to suiipend Uie rules, in order to en
tertain a reaolu'ioa offered by Mr. Kivaa, poatpuning
all further cooaideratioa of the subieet antd Tuesday
next, snd that it be road the special order fur that and
each succeeding dsy until finally diepoaed of. :
, , ... , '., . ,
1 rOS .TUB WBSTBBJI CABOLINUM.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL -Masses,
EiMToae ; I noticed in your psper of last
week,' Uul Wmlci Jossa, Enq.f Of Wake county, ha
beea appointed ,U. 8. Marshall of this Stste from and
after the '2Gib ot April proximo, on which day Gen.
Bsveblv Daniel's term of office will expire: And !
bsve also observed, that Ihs Raleigh Reenter, and oth
er prints of kindred politic is this Slate, "have set, up
as loud a wailing and ai piteous a lamentation over
Una eppointoieui, aa though Gen, Daniel had actually
been DruHeribed"' out of his very bread I Tbey are,'
of eou.'se, unsparing in their abuse of ths fresideui
and senate, lor the aearuess vmairuvoiiesa or tn
aet" of " removing Gen. Daniel." 4c. oVc , ::f
Now, Meaars. Ulilors, in the first place, I sVny that
Geo. Daniel hat been " removed " fVoul nlKcS bia tend
of service expire, by limitation of taw, on theStith of
April, sud Mr. Jones' appointment will take effect from
and after that day. The term of this, with mol other
civil sppoitmnUi under the Genersl Government, , i
llmil.J in T..ut ummrm. h cl nt ('iHHrrnal i snd 1 well
recollect, thst none were more clamoroes for the pas
sage of the set, tbsB the Register and its political
frieuds although tbey are now snivelling and shod;
ding crocodile tears, because some of them hsve been
reached by Ibe operation ot their own aet. The pas
sage of Ibis act wss arged (by some ot the federalist
aa well as by the RepublicaoaV tor the reason, thst it
would be carrying out lbs whoiesoioe Democratic doc
trine of rotation in office"; it was contended, that
where men ate suffered to remain luo long a time v
'disturbed fa ffico;'"Wiey-lrrTBore pt to forget- their
obligations of duty more likely to lose somewliatol
4lial sigUast care ami aUeulioo so esscntjal to the lU(l-
ful diacharns of tneir WliciaJ lunctioos man a they
were ouodrnnmf( brought in reviow of tlie sppoint-
-Hie power mads to pasa J he ordeal, of a nomination
. ,z?.lhv the I'reaideiiL and a confirmation liv tho Senate.
1 na ie:iu ui Bcrvioa or aiaranai -ochii vuu mma
hi Ii In f.mf ra. it ia imi mors a ramolM 4o
omit to re-appoint him after his term expires, than il is
. alter his (100 yesrs shall have expired.
But does the Register mean to advocate the anti-re
publican doctrine that an - bflice-hoiuer hassn irwuti-
nile fieit on his place a ferpluut property' in its
emoluments J The style sud tone of this paper's com-
plaint really seem to imply i ui'iich. ' Uiiu. Daiiielj
having held the appointim-nl smne M or M yesrs ; and
being possessed of an ample lortune.with none but col
lateral heirs to inherit it 1 ouglil rather, 1 sliould think,
to feet " relieved" than "piuscritied," by a transfer of its
duties to anotlier. .. . ,
But I bare substantial reasons tor believing that Un
. Iknwd 4.mm waut liHrvdlcai lis emolument (xomc
J:t00 or $400 per nuum,cnfy)muKbealotally inade
quate compenastiuii, for the responsibility, -the tronble
snd vexiiion iMidont to a diacharire of Us duties.
. Moreover, Gen. Daniel holds enniArr office of honor
. snd emolument, that of Adjutant General of the State,
with on annual salary ; and I hsve yst to learn whet.
er he haa any such frraaping propenaity( as to demrn in
ilyld.,a' Mrui.,pr.appointinent-mon'! UiC
minor snd emolument ot ottice ! , 1 csonul Out believe,
tiist Gen. I), is too hitih-mindtid, thst he Is poaaesai'd
i of loo nice a senee of honor end justice towards his
prrrt, to really wuk to clutch evety little sppointment
,-wHhin his reach I I muat tliink, thorufore, untd butter
nhirmed, That ipirir of the Krjrmtrr'B romplamt
ment in Ihia matter. . ' -
By'ilie way, wuT tlie K'v'' :,'f o soon mrgotten fin
bitter denunciationrpf Judge Saundbks, wnna four or
oifully it ambits political triends sbu.
i J Illlll UHMHt'lT
ssulirtiMtMmiiiia.'biin In. the. Hom of (imim.eia, a.id
.TIiaYrtwt trtra doim,ohn1 tie tre-rpisd tKe siimiimerti-fif
Atlwiry;OsTtsal.llw;y-wftar- ts wmce rr-lhs
fsese 'issauee ftie- Uie gandor";. Aud ia il-not as m
compatible with oar lass and comtitution, snd as re-1
pugnant tstbe genius or eur iiistilutimis, fof .lien.
Daniel to bold fieo ojiret of emolument the
same riW, one under Uie United State and the other
'nndef oUr Statff tjovsrnment, ss -for Jmfre SBonderst
Does llarritonitm, in the Register's estimation, prt.
titrer a man to bold a monopoly uf onto, while Re
publicanum disqualiea Uie most estimable citixen to
bold even on sppointrant f . v , , .- . :
- Thst Wbslbv Jossa, Esq , the sew Marshal,! well
oual i fled to fill, end ia entirely deserving of, the office,
I presume the Register will not undertake to deny.
To show the estimation in which Mr. Jones is held by
bis falliiw-ciiuena. t will state, thst h has repeatedly
been elected to the Legislstors and I believe has
never been defeated before the people of Wake eouu-
ty, where he lias always resided.
t -. .
UNITED IN WEDLOCK,
f In Dan.! . ti County, on the 5th instant, by the Rev.
Samuel It.rwt, Mr. KICHAKD JULIAN, of tins
County, to Mi SOPHIA CRKASON, of Davidson.
' In Mecklenburg County, on the Oth instant, by the
Rev. John Robinson, Ik D, Mr. JAMES T. HOUS-
TON, of Cabarrus County, to Miss ANN ISABELLA
11EN DKRSON, of Mscklenbarg.
- la this County, os ths 4th alt, by Joka Hbsr,EL,
Mr. MATTH14S M1SENUAMMER to Miss ROSA
. MARfA dsughter of Abrsot Lemx, E v ',
?OTICWA Meetmeef Ihe Muuotaie. IW
A ' Temperance SxiMy,eill lo held at the house
of .Mr. JJtwall'l,' :', on M'Hn'ny after lbs fifth
Sabbath io this month, wlten k i'tuI Addresses will
be delivered, ooe of which will be in the Germau
Language, by tbe Rev. Samuel Rotbruck.' ,
y By erderof ths Society. -' '
JOHN P. SCHF.CK, ?reaidenf.
M-N-c- M"eh "w- 1mr
. w a a
Mac ana veraaio ;uaacnj
REV. JOUNT IX SCHECK and J, SJ JOHNJpHrf Subscriber, wiJ.ingte remove to
8TON wil1reji;iUlsibeor-6oTIIono 'private part of Iht Village, oflors for i
used Ie preserve and enforce discipline, la govern
shd TustrttcTWlThouT fctr.sVVTff rtlklifjrVTo
all, male and lemale, old and young,' large aud
small, 1 i. ",J " ; -
. Every scholar entering the School must be pune
to I sod regular, without which there can be but
, V .There will be oo sucb thing sa Day Si holart.
e Every one will be charged from ths lime be or
. ' .she enters school lo the end of the session, at tbe
(Mowing rates I
v Beginners, in Reading, Writing, and Arithme-
.' lie, . . -. , - Wi Utl
Every thing else, . .', '. . . I 00
v N. B. Mr. ikhock is Principal of the Female
JOHN I). SCHECK.
(iindiirtd by the AMERICAN ; irLIPSfy
the Champion of Amtrica-'iner of tha
Great Match Race, the North ugaintt
the South a 0 , 0 0 0 aiide I
THE TIIOROIT.I1.BRF.D H0RSF
H RED by Col. Wade Hamptmi of South Cam
" litis, will make his aecnnd Si'an at SUIitbury,
which commenced on the iltt ultimo, and-pif end
on the 'J Oil of June next, at 'J5 the imkoii, nnd
040 to insure, the money to lie paid h soon as the
Mare is ascertained to be in foul, or the property
changes owners; and fifty wnis to the groom,
03 Mares sent from a distance will be well at
tended to, and fed with grniii at S(J cents per day.
To tluwe that wib it, a good lot will.be luruiliei
gratia ; but in nrf iiistunce will I bo ntspoimible for
accident or escapes, ' 'U. W, LONG.
Salisbury, JN. CVMarcb 13, 1S40. 2v,
I Certify that, LA Til was. bred by me, and
(hat he-was foaled in the Spring of 1H311. Ho was ' :
got by Uodjilplun, his dam I 'ocahontaa, by Sir
Archy his grarid-dnin loung liOitery, lo by Sir .
Archy, out of Col. Singleton's celebrated Lottery
by imported LWIford put of the imported mas An ;
v ill ma. Umlolphih was got by hxlijie his daut
Sylph, by HipphestWH out ot Lottery by importcu" , .
benford, && tlanphcstiofl was got by the import-
ed Buaxard out cf the dam of Sir Arohv, ' :i
DESCRIPTION, PERFORMANCE, 4-- '
LATil is f fine bay, without while, 10 hamla ,
inces high, with gnod bona and capital action. 'At f ,
three years old, he won the produce stkke at 1-V '.
Kimbia, two mile heats, beating Mr: Taylors p!lw
Daisy, and Captain tjpann"s colt, Convention, nine
otbera payirig forfeit. Two weeks afterwards he ,
Won the jockey club Burc, lltree niilo heats, at '
Augusta, besting Kito and distancing Black Bird .
At Chkrlostofi, her was beaten byX'lodhopper for,,
the lockey club purse, three mile beats being verr'
much amiss, be was drawn sflnt the first heat. , ,
... s ... 1 . ' f
At 4 years old, he won (hejnrkeycluh purse, lour )t
mile heats', at Camdon, beatnig Sir. Keimcthi t&v,i
Durnbellaat fhree teats ; luMrig tlio linrt in eonse. 1
quench of bulling when sevenil lengtlis in advance -m '
Hiv iivim I' t' iv'l u tv ayiau'w se Mitj-."
stand; and getting culnnlcil amongst Jhe corrw. T , .
ges be sustained en injury which occasioned his , , ,
withdrawal from the tutu, 1 --f --r. -
Lath was a race flow of 'the first clns, whicU
ha evinced in his trial wilh Bay Maria, Charlotte '
ng!we and jnjtt i letn, and m point of Mood he u
in fe nor to none, wlifthcr imimrted or nfttiveC Hi
constitution is robust, he basing never been sick,
'.'. . , . , - ......
sou nis temper jrooa.. . ins color, lorrn, ana action '
atHsak for.tl)umsIves, -'Iu a word, Lath unites in
A'gjgg.!! jL"-"11? claims to public patronage as aey": ' '
ywyug Stallion Hist I tnow. , .. V .
: WADE HAMPTON .
Wfflwood,Jan.23, 1839. i."
. From the altoVB eerlit'icjitrt of (iL Ilamnlim.
whohrsJ mJ J . immm tm ,kaTnrt il awili
be seen that be considered him a race horse of ids
first class not only from the races' he haa men.
tiooed as having' run publicly, but from private tri
als he has made with horses which are oow on Ihe
Turf, and running with considerable suocesa.' It
will also be observed by lu's certificate, that he
considered Lath of (he pdrest blood not to he
sufwsHed by anjr horse, imported or native. ; ..
, I cuniidor it entirely unnecessary to attempt to ,
eulogise Lih, either for his performances on the
Turf or ai to hi blood, since in every respect W
is so well attested.'! 'But will remark, Hint Lath" '
haa uol Duly (J wee i (led from pure blood, but bss ' ;
vmm1 rnnrttfKttmH 'frt'Tnmf.ie,"ra rrrimff
grand ihirit thnt.jre of the, running blood, for;",
instuuce, jiis sire, liudulphin, rttnue his finir miles
in iiiinuiee and 00 seconds J his grand-sire, the
Auwirican JxliDsie-aa well knowu at the north and
svutli, mmle hi tims in the greal nisttb rice, the "
.lUWtlJtlillat ,f-i,---rf 1 -mr'-nun jj
uteg arid 37 aaCoiiJa, which Lclipsa won a ill, con.,.1." 1.;,rj. .i ;
ilerable eelsK -T hisrae-eained bim the memo. ...T'r ;;;,, '
rBble'iiems of tbe champion of (he north. Ilis , .
dam sired by Ihs renowned Sir Archy, whose r. 1 . ' .
potation as a racer, Ac, stands unquestioned, both ' '
iaUiigtadMidJkgMriMiJTJiesw 1 :
Old iyitiory, bred by the greet southern amateur
of horses, Col. It, Singleton of South Carolina, ha
produced more fioe race borsf than an other
mare in the Union, ihus, it will be seen that
there is united in Lath two of the best studs in the
south,' Hampton's snd Singleton's, crossed ' with
Geo. Coir' of ths north. - -, , : , ; ,
. Tht public is now presented with inch an oppor
tunity of improving the blood of that noble and
useful animal, ibe llorse, aa rarely occurs in Ibis
sect toe of country. And tbe public cna have in,
j - jytit l0 t stiorTTTuieTlhO Ci(WnuTlirynDirirrjf-
ing more satisfactorily of Lath's blood, Ac, by
i;oiis ui lasi priii sgei ss i ia CA;"cvieu iiitu v 7
will be many of them dropped by mure in this, s5
section ia s few days. At s sura foal ccllcr Lsth
stands almost unrivalled, ts ia proven by his last -.
Springs services o hiw w tbe largo number w "
marei put to bim not proving in foal, ; N ' ",. v
b-N. B. Mares Wut from a 3iUnca will always, r--jj
find Lath II home, as he will not be removed from .
bis stable in Salisbury, under any circumstances, '
darhrgihe Seaeoer-" f Marsh 13. ISiO. . ist!L,.
J ' FOR SALE.
fjri RACKrfef L!rfM4 SaHj3
. Sugar, Coftue, and Molassesi
. 4 . . J,a:
6 boxes of SUbrrv snd Madoirs Wine:
1,000 Hm f'me and common then ing Tobacco
fib 0A down gramlScytheti ,'.
. IInt Aiikcr KoItuig Clotht and Screen Wire,, '
ES3 45 EWEUr
Saliabary, March 11,1910,
Lexington, puopehty fou hle.
salt, oa '
1MMIT1J8E AND LOT
.... " - - -- if
on whict ha now lives, it m a spsciouf buiiaing;
situated about the centre of the Village, and bas
attached Mh io excellent stors room and otlifr
buildings oa Ibe lot suitable fur a family.
a CHARLES LEE PAYNE.
Lexington, N, C, March M, 1840. 3w.
lyiLLlAM CAMPBELL tuformt the TuMie.
- that he would ba glad to undoriaks contracts
for W TCHING, So Ruwan or any of the surroua
ding counties. lie understands the busiuess tho
roughly, bavtng worked al a for msnjuysarsf and -hiajnnns
will U ieofli nit' TTTu betreoii.mef
atiTons can be given. 114 may be found al Slis
bury !tr the prcjenf. - v March 13.
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