ESTPEKIf -; CAROLINIAN. :
-Tilt POWERS NOT DELEGATED TO THE I'NIYV.D STATES BIT THE COXSTlTt'TtON, NOB I'ROIIIBITED BY IT TO THE STATES, ARE BESEBVED TO THE SI ATEI RESPECTIVELY, OR TO THE PEOPLE. ' Amendments to the Constitution, Article A'. -
. C..F. FISHER,
NO. L, OF. VOL. XX.
- (Whole io,Tl01o.)
SALISBURY, IV. C," 31 AY 29, 1810.
XDITOR AM) rUOPKICTOK
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, leant o r ,t 11 h -.. ' ; i
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Tlia Western Caholimas id published every Ftiday,
at $i per annum, Iu advance, or f-i r0, it' rial paid in
month from tho tunc of subscribing.-- Or No
iu per will be discontinued until all arrearugea are pi'ld,
if ihe subscriber is worth the subscription ; and the fail,
ura to notify the Editors of a wish todMeoutiuuo.at least
' 0.1c month before the cud of ihe year subscribed fur,
.wdl be considered new engagement. ; r ;
4 Advertise menti conspicuously and correctly in
pried at $1 por .square--(of 310 em, or Jiftet n lines
uf this sixed type) for the first insertion, and 2a cents
lor ech continuance. Court and Judicial advertise.
- uients 25 per cent, higher than the above rates. A do
duciioB of 33Jjier cent, from tho regular piices will
bo made to yearly advertisers. OCT" Advertisements
sent in for publication, must be marked with thenum-
bcr of iosei.tionfdesired, or they will be continued till
forbid, and charged accordingly.: '
- To secure. attentiou, all letters addressed W the Edi
torsoQ business, must be free of VostHgc. ' -
v Mprc Good Things :
AT THE BALISHUUY COFrEC-IIpUSE
f;-iioiis.-noiiBciir' h '
liESPECTl'UIXY informs bis customers and
A1 tho public generally, that bo is now receiving
and openina, ttt his cstublitlinumt in Salisbury, a
" Sptkidid AtwoJimoM Of Cvery thing dcsirablo ;n
Ins line of lousiness among which, will be found
AH lHi4of -CfackeMrSuctiU'o dor and Slwf, -
as Uuttor, sweet and gin
p'iftt Tate Oysters,
Cocoa Iut4, .
Cinnamon, Clove, Pepper,!
rigs, . , . - ' '
Hazle Nut, - -Albany
Ale, " .
Chewing and smoking lfo
bacco, f . . .
Starch, . ,
Kap, , .,S
lfrown and Loaf Sugar,:
Coffee, ? v . '
Aliiumd, Xe'W ark, Cider,
Lisciicc of C innarnon,
' i " . .Mint, .
.. cloves, ;
All kinds of Cordials.
All kinds of -Wmes.-
All kinds of Liquors,'
All of the best quality and
i latest importations;
Oranges, ' '
'Together .with a great variety of other Groceries
too tedious to mention, and which lie will sell ve
ry low for caslu .1 . .
' Mon. Roueche returns his thanks for (he liberal
pa rouagc heretofore rccoived, and solicits its cotinu
nnceX ' V Eeb. 1471810. 25. ,
Ghat Western Stage Line,
" 1MIE above line S iiow in full operation, and nr.
rivrs at, and departs from S-alisbory as follows:
,maLsit Sen.Sdlubvi iuiau&lujuda yThnhida.wAwl
' Saturdays, at 5 o'clock, .A. M. ; and arrives at
; Ashville next da9 at 8 o'clock, P. M.' '
' TlHulmhgTaveirAbTiV'nie ou Monaiy'si'TIinrT'
days, and Sitturdays, at 5 o'clock, A. M. ! and ar
',"1 ; rives at Salwhury liext days at8 o'clock, P"M. -i
V ' A. BENCIN1,
V. " 'V K."W. MSG. ,
N. B. Passengers leaving Raleigh, N. C, for
. Nashville Tenuessee, trill find no delay whatever
,en this route." - " A. B. & R W L.
i Salisbury; N. C, Jan. 3,i340, , , . , ; tf !
- -Tt '
' rnilE travelling conmiumty are respectfully inform
-I ed that the tfidwiber is now-running his liue di
rect from lUli'ili by wu of Pittsboro'land Ashhoro' to
. uKaltnlnirv. in fttnull 'nrllurf1 ftiailA t!iuii-tinflrtlia firHt
nrdnr ti.AL'inrr ttiilfiiflt mi MiiniliiVf ami Thiiiwlivfi
iv n. arriving in riausmnry nci uaye at ui r. ai.
' leaving Salisbury oil Tuesdays and Fridays at, 2 A. M.,
larriviinr in lU'euh next dn at 101. M. - j.?-:
- Hitbormartgoodtnd drh'crsTwrHeiihirl tareful
anu accomnirHlating. JUbU nicuAiv.
-IL-Tt ."eats stcurnd a
1V.11. HI ITLK, JSook-niniltr,
FOR MS the public that ho still carries on an
Eslablislitueul of ihe uiiove kioain Ciuslotie,
euii Omlina. a Haiilmin suuili ot the Mmtr
Having, as he conceives, a thorough knowltnlge of
Ins business, he feel no hesitation in assuring those
" : who mnv niKh in nr.trmilsn him.hat llicir work
---hall be dope In the very best style, strong. aiidonf -
fi'e will be punctually forwarded fof coniplelioi.
& Charlolle, Feb. '7, 1840. .--X -'T.
jy-- 'riHE Sub'jicrihsr having purchased this
ablirhtnent and litt-il it In a iyie
aecoiiimoda'ion of Travellers and
in now nropaierf for tlicir rccej)-
iwn. ilia TABLE will always he rurniiieu
With the best the market can afford
bis ftAR with a gHl supply of choice labors; fJs
BEDS Ehall aJwavK bn lnt in fine order : and his Sta
bles (which are very extensive) are well supplied with
rrovenijer nt the nrst quality, and auenueu oy gouu
ad faithful ho.lters. . , . x . ' '
He hopes, by strict at'ention to the buf 'cs, in pcN
"Oi to ens sat'ufacifbn to all who ms'y favor him with
ctlicir patronage. - And he on!) -'asks acall and trial.'
AiSPKEW CALlA. Lutull.
Jsagtw. N. C, Feb:
b:21, lSS- W
4 vwommooatim? icrtns. .
-"r j-i -- V e w..1uxl---'P
1Uks auiljl her .rl,cfra sent Um Jtl jnlWH?-- f nJ n?t . -v -
; be bo (l w, u pmpty attenoVMl .oaftdcare. Produce, Srnniling and Plank taken in exchange
follyre.uRKsJ whenA.net The jiubhe.uest ' , - NATHAN- C. PARKS.
. d to give me a trial. ;.' . , . rj i- nin - J
COillidcrs left at tho Western Carolinian Of. . - Lexmg.on, Feb. im
r- ' i, a sr-m. i
t ''4i!ii-V forlhe
2 ftS A J , - -
OPHE Members of the Cavalrv Gmoany lately
formed in this Couuty, are requested to meet I very liberal patronago bestowed upon them the past
at the Courthouse in Salisbury, on Saturday, the year, and in return lor their kindness ond liberal!
'Mlk instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the burpose I ty, are dutormir.cd to sell them Drugs, Medicines,
of adopting a Constitution and a code of Bye-Lawe
Mor the government of tlte Company.
V It It'll A KI) LOWRV,
" . 'JOSEPH POOL, '
" P. HENDERSON," :
JNO. S. MACNAMARAJ
. P. S.' A punctual-attendance of the member i
absolutely necessary, r r 'T'jt
MaJ 22,1840. , 49-tm
DR. G. B. DOUGLAS
TTAS removed bis Oflice lo Io. 1,
, of tho Offico How of the Mansiou
Hotel, lately occupied'by Ir. 1!. Ausliu.
, January 17, 1S-10. r
r ait. ij:.mii;ic iiiri.iw,
1 EHPECTFULLY oflershis professionalservicj-s to
. Jt the citizens or Elii)mry, arid the wirroumhnffl
country. 1 J is office is in Mr. West's now brwk.builJU
. in?, nearly opposite J. & v, Murphy s sture. .LI Z
Salisbury, N. C, August 30, 1S.TJ.. . ,' ' tf. '
HAS Located himself at Col. David
i YTrL Ramsey ,X)Mey Grove, Iredell coun-
J-rNr-Cv and rospectfuttytehdere his
- aervtcea to ha public in the Various tie-
partmenta of his profession. - ' T -
, Jartunry 10, 1840? s ' . . ' "r '' '
From the South Carolina Manufacturing Co.'
- II ilK Subscriber hsc received a lare supply of Nails
-i- from the above Company equal, if not superior,
to Northern make, and has made arrangement fur a
regular supply; which will be sold, mUtufr or retail,
,. VM IV.WIIDUID .CHUB. . .. ,M1V i,t.U JJIIVH &.
Salisbury, N. C, March 27, 18 1). . - r.
, HEADY MADE CLOTHING,
. for Gontleinon's wear, such as Cou'fs, I'anlahuH, and
, Ytsts, of good
.JL mA ft ?f !W1a53T',
weTTnTale anrtnairrTonalilo. TTflTal prepared to rot,
and make Clothing in the mutt fnsh'mnulile and durable
, iijtletjn& warranted to fit. Uu, alws keups a good as.
..,, mni "rJ (rjT.a'rr&mmvwrtil-irttTttrr
.11 ,.f t,lrh ,n tint ifntl t,,0 t.rVnct,
. carmcntaon tne most a ppravea pim o! Uio4ic8i i aiior
in New York and Philadelphia. . . '-
(jrj- Cutting for cuatoinors done on the sbortcat no-
spath. CC7 Ilia shop will bo found in'Mr. Cvwan's
Urea brick building. RENJF. FltALEY,
... trnilE Subscriber, wishing to remove totlic West,
",r" offers for sale his House and premises, situa
ted half a mild North of Mocksville, on tho road
"leading to Ilunlsvillc. , - ? i ' : - 1
Ii conlainslo acres of land well watered with
-Iwo good springs, awl undes a goott elate oi cuiti
- vation, and has en it a Dwelliug-House, ki'.chen,
smoke-houso, new1 framed bnr, and other build-
1'erms mndo easy to suit the purchaser, as I am
dotcrmii.ed to dispose of it between thin, und ihe
first day of September next. , v
-" ;r-.--nVM. OTRICII.
Mot-ksville, Nr C4 May 23, 1840. 3w. -
t iiifit" fr-k JTTiIlE Subscriber has on hand,
r vanmn, , tmm - " i
in Salwbury, Uirce first rate lload Wagons.
.v. V-V -' MM EON 11IEIJCK.
"Dreember 0, 1939.'--"v-'---'- '-it
public that he cyntimies the
IN THE VILLAGE OF
LEX 1 NCTONVNO RT 1 1 CAROLINA.
He is prepared to execute all descriptions of wor
in bis lm of business ta a very superior style, asm
.. gnrds workmanship and mnterials. and certainly on
;;hitr.hrm$ tbaajs attirdcd by .tiny other CKtab-
lishment of Ihe kind in this legion of country.
; ,t FPRINGS Fl J ANKLE '
HAVE juc-t receiW from Now' York and l'lulhdcU
phis, a'a extensive asf-tttfflrot of "
;"cr:::o &. '-cTOiiarpocsa,
, SSTIfl OF '. ,v-
' tDrv ods Hardware, Tinware, Crwk-
pyCRUCERU, Drugs And Me t '
., j, . dicines, Dye-Stnf, Pumts and ' '.
; . -Tii . Oil. Boots nod tI iocs, v
." . " Saddlery, &c., (sc. ..,." t
la short, their Slock C'Mu,iriKS slinon verf srticle
needed by Ihe Farmer, Mtehante, erihe ttskmnamtt
of the town or country - " ' .
N. a That will sell low lor cash, or pnncioai
oilers on'tiine ; or to exchange for cmnlry Trc-ducf
v:- t- ; j i it
nr.SPF.CTia'LLrTi.roTmsl.isoia fr'tcndi nml
"-customer, (hut he )iu pcnnaiwritly locnted
himself in S.ilibbur'y, llfl will give bin personal
alluntiou to tho Apothecary busiiiess, in which he
lias been engaged for the lntit ten years, and mj
be found at all times either of his rcciitonc, W nl
the hop, where 4e will take great- pltuwure in
waiting upon oil Tho niay give him a call. '
ri . & c. i
- feioned tha
oiiea inaiiHs to mcir incnus ana customers
-especially physicians and Morchants fot the
J'ai;if, -c, lower than any other ihop in North
C-arolina. AH Physicians and others, who order
or buy Drugs, Medicines, Paints, A o.t from lliem
where the price -or quality do uot ierfeclly please,
are at ail times privileged to return them inmeUi.
alely at the same prico ; as they hold thfimselves
resiMinsible. in all cases, to their Iriendi and cus
toiners for the quality of every article they sell
them, v hoy open their spring business with
the largest alock of Drugs, Mcdicints, Paints,
c ever brought into this market $ and a" thoe
who may wish any thing in their line, and have
the cash, or good credit, slmll bo accommodated,
if strict nttoution U their '.business, good "physic,
arid towiiriCea can 6r It. " One or ;oth of them
will at all times give their personal attoniion lo tho
.teiMfSiTh'r shop will JL4itv4Jlffla.fot
the accommodation of the sick, and prescriptions
carefully mado up at short notice. . Medicine and
directions- given' in all Cases". "The Consultation
and advice uf Dr..Loxig..Dr, Dijug.100 aivl.pr
Burns will be t'lveii when necessary, and the mod
teal attention of either obtained by applying at
not want for medicine to roliove them ot their at-
dictions. i , " February 21, 1840. - rV
lardcii KrctN. j..
A "LARGE ' Assort meiifor
Fresh and Genuine Gar.
den SEEDS, just received
front the New Lebanon Sua'
kcrs, (catalogues of which canho seen at our store
Also, neat Ovnl Boxes an3 Hand Swifts for Ladies,
For sale by C. li. & C..K. WHEELER. ,
LAMP, TRAINED, AND LINSEED
For sale by C. B. & C. K.'. WHEELER.
Salisbury, Jan. 10, 1810. , r
I i itmbcr Six;
FOR SALE AT 7
Salisbury, Jan. 10, 1840.
CTT", T., vr u ft--." rV
lWV4iJ.Wi ' MsiiiiMJ Bs.ss-a.-. V1 T
Feb. 21, 1640.
Tnni cfiAP T.nr wrnnn;n i'n. ni
r' ,xT,....T.r i J a C'
rasteboar., at wholesale by
C. B. i C. K.
VOW, Tobacco cliewers, if you want " tho thing
trint nirft M ntiA l-tinnn lnut n(l ht
that is nice "add cheap, just call at
- Frtr.ffmn-.-""--n"-" - wnrFT.rr! w
awww-wa'sa t a M- a su a-t a v
rnpia w, .nJR,.;rti. nn.A.i;.i
, Salisbury, Feb. 21,1 840. " ' '
V" LARGE Assortment of Jewellery, Knives,
Pencils, Nt-edleH, Thiiiihlcs, 5cc, can be had
very low, at Wholesale, by calling upon
- C. H. & C. J.- WIILKLKK. .
Febrtiary 21, IHO. - - - -
All with Harness and North-)
trn matched Horses, piay bo
had cheap, by applying lo .
C. ft. WHEELER,
Salisbury, Feb. 21,, 1640.
ASE HDNDREI) GALLONS of fresh colot-
" JcjsU.old pro.scd Castor OIL , Aimlpa,
- - fj. IJ. As C. K. WHEELER.
-.i-v-'-.-C oVo)fYnvns. - - - -
f pllE Suuscribors, Agents for the Lexington Cot.
ton Factor', would inform the public that ihey
have jiwt received and now offer for ,ile, wholesale
and retail, the Cotton Yarns of snid Fsclory, con
sisting of various numbers. The superior qtmli
so wdl tested and known as to need no recnm
mendilion from us TllOSO wishing to pur
4chaM wm pleane give US a call.
...c.. ft... c. K. WHEELER, Agts! '
, Anril 24 110. tf. ,
4 HIV;'. liST AIIMSILlIliXT,
IN MOCK6VILLK, DAV1R COUNT YJ N. C.
INFORMS the public that he has removed from Ins
firmer st.mil, in his new buildings on the public
cipiare, in the I own of MocfisvillM, where lie will con
tinue to keep a HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT.
in uoiihe is roomy snu commodious j attached to
which are six connoruble (wires Tor gentlemen ot ihe
Unr, all convenient lo tho Court Ilnnn. 'J'lieinbcri.
ber filodgc liimw.'lf to Iho owmI diligent exertions, lo
give Mlu-faclinn lo iiich bp may call on him. lli Ta
ble, War and 8tibl -aVe providrj In the best wanner
tliat tiie country will s fiord, and his servants are miib
fill snd pnmiil. . " - -Feb.
II. 1 -no. - , - 71 tf .
; MATCHLESS SANATIVE., - '
r"niH3 u valuable Medicine i for sale by" the
uuCrioer, at .Miiiedgevnie, Mgnigomery co.,
.... i ..
Fet rrv 21, lS4rt.
- . " - i . - -I
f e I I ' -
. roMTicrf of Tin: day.
1 TUE GREAT MEETING IN CUAItLESro.V, ,
We last week published from the Mneury1, a Short
notiruol the Great Meeting of tho Republican Tally
in Ch'rltiHi, S, C, which took plaw n the 7th mst.
lU.-low will bo found tho Address aud Rertliiuoiu aJ op
ted on t!ie occjsion.- : -- .
. Th Mayor of the City, the Hon. IIekby L pisra
kev, prtsi led, and addred the meeting. A Commit.
tee of Twety-five was appointed to report an Addreas
-and Resolotiofw conbistiiig ot jl ..
C. t?. Mcmminger, Lsq l lln. Jleury Ihas, llm,
F. H. Elmore, Him. Jwub Axon, Ker Buyee, I'sqr.,
Hon. J. S. RMt, Henri Oourdtn, Esq., -; D K
Jluger. Mti. Win. L ttalL Jams L'gare, F.tti., Ufa,
iu. H. Edward; John Magrath, Esq , Tho. I). Cm-
dxi, Etq., Col. Jtmrj l.anah, Hon. J. S. Asks, Rol.;
Wothnnpom, 'i'hos. lahre, Etq , John Lucas, Esqr.,1
- I)r. John ifumwmut, John, Strohreler, Etq , VuL J.
Sikilkile, O'eo. Uibbon, Esq., and Edto, Carew,Etq.
, After retiring a few minutes, the Committee report i
' ed the following " r::t. " ;: ' J
',-'. . :: , . ADDRESS. . ,. . 'A- - ; , '. "'-FtLiow-Crr'i'K'"'
' Wej are again iummoned
forth to defend the great principles of constitutional
right, upon which depend tho liberties ind exis
tence of tho South. Hitherto, the slruggle, bo.
tween tho parties, which for several years past have
divided tho Union, has been one for.pluce and now.
cr ,' in which Smith Carolina did not condescend to
'mingle." I lor position, as the chifinpion of, State
Uiglits, had'becomo ww of tligmfiedy neutrality t
tnid she chose not to soil her ermine, in a ooutoet
pledged. The prominent candidate tor the; Presi
doncy, MMseancd uot her confidence : and although
one of the m hud avowed a preference for the prin
Ctlr'a of tho Subtil, autl thereby had secured the
luvor ot somo oi our penpie, yci inrpuno-m inTgc,
preferred to stand aloof from the contest,' until time
"should test tftfrainmitvw his wretdssrorrc 'Fhirt test
i hns now lieeu appliod, aud the principles of action,
which govern parlies, now Bland ojien tothe obser
"; Vafioii of Iho world. ' Inlhe lieat oFa long Coiitih
r ued canvass, they have each been brought to state
T their liue position, and to range 'themselves under
" leaders, whose principlea cannot he mistaken. " A
.combination hui been (ormcd, embracing all ihofC
materials which have so often threatened the pence
"and security of the Union, and is now advancing in
full career, to invade the rights pf the South.
An openjwar has been declared against the pre.
sent Administration, becauas it has dared to stand
up in defence of the Democratic principles of the
" Constitution. Tho partisans of Abohtion.'of the
" TarilT. of Banks, and Consolidation in all its varied
forms' have made common c'au'se. Donoutieitljjihe
- President as M the Northern man with Southern
principles," they fhoroby avow the groundwork f
- thcrr hostility ; and c -earnestly-iiwl- Ealouidy
' they seize upon anu pervert to tlieir own purposos,
every clement of strife, that it litis now become t he
duty of every friend of his country, to resist Jheir
JV r Q.i.t.U Pnrili.. Irt !... I . 1 1
JUIIUrvUV IJUlUtU kJWUWl vuiumuw av tAiv.iriiu HID
combat. ..Wherever lier friends and principles en
counter dangur, there will ever be found hor etun-
4aLjilvancing lo Iho roscuo. , . I
. It cannot bo clisL'UisMpnnt-th i
"4y ihow which, have teen . cvw-lhtr tnicrt rjl' CTn-:
.i. . e .i.,:...::ff...i ...."i
iroversy sinco tuo louuuiuiuu ui um uuvvriinioiiis,
There lias always been found a party "rivioglo
"""ride" over !hdlTe'hibcydcvf,"'ir'ruuJiif one pretext or
' another it is fiunil in our country attempting to se
cure to its votaries ine wnoio power anu oavanta.
selves itummca in ov ino wisdom or mo isousiiiu
tion, they have resorted lo the device of construe
tivo powers, and seek thereby to substitute the will
of a majority, for ihe Magna Charta ef our liber
ties. The peoplo of our State, in common with
their brethren of the. South, havo ever held thai
submission to such a doctrine, U Virtually a surren
der of the very Citadel of pur Liberties. It is in
fact a repeal of-Iho Constitution itself. In (hit
opinion WerC figrood twth thff'grear parlies which
lately agitafed our State Their only difiVrencc
was concerning too remedy against an inlringo
menj of their rights. That diffo roues hns boon ad
justed by events; and we now again Ktnnit wlfcre
"ull originally stoml, making common raiisn for the
..ni i.i.r.... u... ,t. i-rr ....
;reni principu:. oi ivcpuuucou oinio iviguis. juit
y may we hail the moment as qn era, when otiee
again all ihcpfi'jplfi .oLxutJ5ia.H! can .ttccL jtilitne.
common altar in the great cause of our Louutry :
m-. A", sive that nnmcless cohort w (uch enve unccr
lain support to tho Annimistralioa while -it was
i t.di tif t' iliflrwhirh-rroirtotts own-preference for
allics when aswilctLnnd rat made known its socos-
ioa from the great State Rights and Union parly
Zof llieTkiulhhy hniHrliTgiiioureit)1 it.e vlf-same
banner under which the Abolitionists aro Inarch
- iilg to invade us. ; '-' ' ' ' .'
. - Under these cirenmsinnccs, snd lielieving as we
firmly do, that for the South, the period has arrived
when twery free patriot is bound lo take los post,
-IIbJ f Bail j Vesw ftlMss' l wsb1 'ejWMB4l y f 4
clare the grounds imhui which we range ourselves
w ith the fneiiils of the Administration. .
I; It cannot be ennr-nded, that the fixed !, ter
mination, with which the Prcident his carried out
his iimtlgnrul declsrHtiim agamHt tho schemes nf
malice of that faction. Iu every State hero those
incendiaries ten colhtct (ho least force, il is folmd
invariably marshalled against Ihe administration
and il is now bfcomn obvious that thu defeat of the jdnubt, that if Iho A lrtiiiit!rntion ins'oad of oppn. '
admiiiislralion is regarded hy lhem bs Iritiniph .sing t!i' reckless t pociilatiims of (be - Wee'.erti
of their principles. 8i cln is tho- mlirqiicy he- j ll.ni!1-, had lent thtm its coiintetmncR, or'even do. "
tween (he oppsition and iho Aholiliouists tlmt even 'rlincd lo spiose,lhcm, that vo should have i.ow"
in lh HhIU of Coiigies-s, when the clearest and! bum whelmod into a vortex f cujnmily, fares-:
universally arknowlcdged right of the .You'll are ! ceediti,'? tho worst reality we havo yet enefitititerrd f
vnder di-cussioii, the public servnnlanf .the i-nm. i .And any man, after Ihe second suspco-iioi if
try fnnil silently deserting tlwir p.tc to avoid the Bififes, and ho present depreciation .of tliv
n dot:larntion ofundouhiej rights, whieli might of. j hills of our nrnreat neigUlnrs ; will nny man pro.
; fond Iheir Abolition confederates. Nay! o pniver.Jpo-e that Iho fiovrrnnient shtnild make them Do.
fol seems ihe infloenee of this allinnce, and po ruo. I pini(orin of tlin public money, nnd present iheui
4y doci it appear interwoven with I rwtiliiy lo South j with a bonus of from 10 to 83 per cent, for debv
erir IiiKiiiulions, that upon a question of vital im.jsing the currency of the country ? We t,d;o it as
portnm e t the Soutli, ono of our own Senators is j the settled policy' of South Carolina torrs.,t unv
.-niissing front his place, nnJ one half the constitu. jsuch fallacy, nnd ns dcr iletormined pnr'ioo t i
tional voice of tho Slato is Iot to her supjiort. . j join with the Administration in restoring fr j!i Ktul ,
. Contrast such results with'th bravo and generous j action to the body politic. - . (
rsuprKirl of the Administration t Disdaining perso-1 5. AVo' frgard the opgosijion of lho.d:n:ui -tra.
Ml cou3idi!ratto:i, and reb'.-ifd!e of the c.imi6rv6f'tion to tlie iysm of Internal Ininrovciu' ut by tV
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tho Aboliiionists, they gmhervd around the ilistin. -guished
champion of our rights and by their uu
fluieliing countenance and support, enabled him to
establish a proposition es.-tentiul to the defence aud
security of uur institutions. .. .
Ii) the other Hall of CongrC'ss, the, same line f
policy oharactcrixud each of tiie contending partien.
It nends but a mere perusal of (he JoulNials lo es
tublish lyond a doubt, that every measure whifW
hns chocked the advance of Abolition owes its chief
support, and its success, tc the friends of the Ad. ,
miiiistratipn, while those propositions which cvinco 1
hostility to our institution?, aways originate, amlf
aro BiislnincJ, among the opposite party. The very i
fact (which the opposition are compelled to admit)
that their candidate lor tho Pirsidency has declared
his opinion that the uvveiruesof thu rederal vo
verniivent can be constitutionally, and ought to be, '
applied to the emancipation of Slave, is altogether
conclusive, ;; It proves that, if ho be elected Presi
dent, the Constitution is no longer the guaranty of ,
our property hut we hold il under flint'- most de
grading and uncertain of-olUeourea-the will of a
majority, and that majority, with interests variant
from, and oven bosiilo to, oor ow n. ' ; .
2. The next 'great leading measure upon which
we fuel bound to make common ciiuso with the Ad-
ministration, i its oppoHition to a Bank of (lie Uni
ted States. - We take it as ctublishcd loyond a '
doubt, that tfwi people of South Carolina have mado"
up their final judgment against such an institution. '.. .
They regard it rs both -aiurermis and unconstitti.-
liohnlt 'as abandoning all the gr wind which has been : - '
gMiiod against implied powersrhrid as yielding up
our right, political indcommerclnl, to tho unlimited
ismtefMirsetiii liatrtt wtW mmmmm. .
be located. The dangers to a Republic with which . . '
such an insutulioti is fraught, and its disastrous in-, 1 . f ,.
fluonce over the comuwrco and ngricullure of thor
count rv liavo now becoiiie,, pialhirof. Jiistorif arul !SK .
it can be only tlioso who prefor ihe qnieiudoof dois""- " " .
po.tisiPt. 'w9 would .Pow.uiiite their, eflorts wil) Ilia ,
wppusiiion party, ana propose to mo Bourn lo sur. .
render itself at discretjgm to the lender mercies of
fdiy r seventy million Bank.- - -
, 3. The estahlishnieol of a slcsdy and corrMftu-
tional currency, itjustly considered uno of the most
rimporlant measures which the Administration has
sought to promote. In so laudable and patriotic
a purpose, we feel bound lo yieldlhem our entire
coiifiilTice nnd support, j andwden sve consider tho ,
peculitirly unloward' condition of the times, aud tho- .
array of influence, interest, and prejudice ngamst .
which they havo had to contend in advancing this .
great measure, we cannot loo strongly express our
approbation and encouragement, livery efliut has
been used, by a v(isl majority of the partizans and
debtors tf nine hundred Banks scattered through
out the Union," with t'm United States "Bank ut
llieir head, to attribute to'tho Administration evil
which uro solely cliargeablo to Ihe speculiitiig mni '
nlif;w h Ich" had overru rn fie coti n t ry urtd' MTtia'"""
crazy issues and erroratif the Bank themselves.
But the solicr second thought of tho people is rap
idly'npnlying the corrective: nnd the second en.
-ettf(ttetJ -rt- i-withthtjr xntrditron cf"lha!driT
New l orli and elsewhere, which, have not sus
pended, hns furnished proof of the sound views' of
tho Administration, and evinces to every refloctinj
mind whcio the true mischief lies. '.-.There can
-Hani isi 1 1 in (a f f ii it !
Kfr--1 IrltttgUt il(fJL.l10; OUiSftlf ISC.:
by subjecting to uncertainly ijiti measure of value
pncrule vwithaa. muck. kuJu u'Liii(oij-...-
Ihoiigu otluir standards r valuo, such'oi tliopoun.1
weights ami bushel measures of ihe country, were
suddenly and cupiiciotiilv lo bo change J. If 'it
i44ir-wfied. lwWj4,4hf J he -Kinrk Ih
lorn, or nny other set of inon, should be Unwed to,
clinnge Iho weights and mfauresof (ho commuui. '
ly whenever il suited their pleasure,' and llmt con-
tracts made under the old bis'Jard should bo cxe.
cuted according to the new, Ihe p,o;osiiion would
dewrvedly meol with univrrml scorn. U would f
lo perceived at onc, flint t hi Bank Diree'.ors.'rip- -
other rt'gvlulors, could combine ami'iy thooiadveK,
and ngrcoujion a dav.when iho staiidutd hhiHild l-
clinnged, and that after tlml day two poumjs, for in
stnnco, should bo melled together and represent
but ono. Of course, each man in tho secret would
go; forth and .iocuro contracts , for thoiinuids of
Nsinds of cotton, or any other article of v.aluc, r
lie delivcrod at some period beyond the day thus
lixed upon for .the change.
f. ....... I.;..-i... ., ., .'
u wan muj ou iuoiu uovious, Ilian 111,11 When
Imosidlof -U called utioH-4')f.-tisC4mlrFtrl:.iiii.-(----
Ihus compelled to deliver dotihle the quantity ho hud
anticipated, right is invaded and the most flagrant
injusticrt lint been perpetrated? ' And yet precisely
"hilar Ts'tli'e' r'ciiulV which" foflowe the nowcMo
ffrmnd et4eMrtfaet'!w'ctiTrwyf ihe tf.limTt "T1
uiu uuiB ijow i-ijjoy iiirongnoui
the Union, nnd that, too, w ilhoutjtho roNpoiiHibilny to
any "hot their own stockholder. ' Is it not nppa
renf, llmt on irrrcsponsibk power thus lo overturn
the standards of value i thus to expand or eontrncl
Iho currency and thereby lo imhunco or put
down Ihe prices of hfbor and of oil commodities.
in in mci an aroitmry power, ever every imlivido.
nt ; s n pnwvi tu incrcaie tho ,M' nnd c ' iiohm .r
liloiH every citiwn, and to re.duco at pleustiro tho "
arcuiined income of tho mechanic, tho hdxirer,
and iho Agiicu1lurit t " It is agaiiiMt this ir,v--pin.
sihtc power thai tho AdmwtratTuu has been mn- r
tending. - Jt is to enviro ';ndipe-;'?. rjr;J ..rrrl'iinly ,. ,. ','u
WHTvee 'wfgei' &bm;varrilrto Tt:S "f r'ftirrr- nn!r-
commerce of Ihe country, that the iV-ident li..s ;
so c;im!t!y urged uj-on the people lho.tuxes.sity
:'of somo'. -check unon the Banks. Cun nnw mnn