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Friday, January 31, 1812.
THE .DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Jr. The f"'! proceedings of the. Democratic Conveo-,
.' tion which assembled in Raleigh no .the lO.b in
tut, will oot reach u in' lime for (bit paper, ao
that wa ahull o6t bq abla to hi thoin before our
render lilUiwxt week. A taied In our lust,
Lovit t). Henry, of Fayetteville.'ws nominated
t the Republican Candidate fur GoverW. Tin
choice, according Jo our beat information, la gene-
'.: nfly accepts bio to tha Democratic part through;
out the State. !ti!Mr. Henry la, by reputation, a
mao of talent and a fine popularsitker, and will,
Wheve no doubt, br the Republican, banner in
triumph through Ilia contest. ' ; :
We some time' ago expressed our opinion that
, tha call of the Convention it tha ded of .winter
and. on aotiue ao abort aa the one given, wa be
. yond dispute badly advised ; we knew then', that
aa a necessary consequents, there would not bo
numnrouii aitenddiuw on the. occasion. It ia ho!
inning" mutter )t oieo to leam-ineir couilortable
, fireK'e in tli midst of the- cA t scas'n.end ride
turouah iiiltMiw iit weather, over intolerable road,
from 139 In 2od,niile to nomiuate a c.indidule fur
Governor, wheu too it is understood that all are
w tiling -tu uniin ou the xauta niiii. These tircum
stances Considered, we think Ihu Convention w;i4 a
y bmMy ro4ji?f!ible uue, and wo1 believe ibe nomi 1
iiulKHi it.ide will give very general SilUfaclion. '
Tho JJJiinr of tie' Rtieigii .Register, however,
aeeui lo ho" perfectly satisfied '.hat il was " an utter
failure,4 a flash in I ha pan,w and chuckle no
Inili at tha very thought of it.. N w really, we'
fnve quite TonoTJcVlharlTy Ttr'wra Tnlheaai'j
to spoil this iiiouveul tuirtii, even tf we could ever j
10 easily il will n il Ust loiij, and by no manner
of mean do we -wish to depriv. ttie worthy Ildiior
of a IraciHMint enjoyment of the abort lived plea
ire no, on ; h-.jjiun p it on ilia Pice of Demo j
crtiun jam, f.w the il.iy m ihM for du'ttut when hu
ut Iki i nr(M l di--ij'lu l the crying piitiuMijher
Tue lala-it Uilui)t, alraiiuraud UHtive,
we hear, were eaetftwtvely deti)(hied at a email
dilf -rvurti id' ojHoitMi itmt arm. lit Ilia C'onveiilioti
betwiwa Win. II. Haywood, J and. the whea
iii (iil. ii of tltal body. lr. lliywomt ihouhi
Uiiiveiitiai, in iti lilo'M.iix, wiht not to
rwfire the futirr.it;ietiai,jfJIfiMaM
epfesi'd hiiuscif iu a epcecli tu llnlllW;t.
Now tint uicnr tlidwreiice of iiniuii whs a matter
i f no groat inoineot, an! cun bj'dly, we appro-Im-ikI,
be very .sernus tu it Cn-f q teiicM, hut 'it
pmdueed a dw ete I sens -lion aiming' Ihe whig
uforcsaiJ, a:id (.ave iheui prooii'ius pleasure.
They at em tu C'Misider it exceeding low busine
hi thu iWinocraiic pmiy to uieijlntn sucb ihina.
:- -im f - ijow-bustrrem "is r t kntt-tmw tnn""pn r,"7
mute gnu came tu I In way of ihiukii'K 1 Yoa
whtfoWcenaVd ttitw Mr.rV.ii 1t'Vsei"iki?cTiiMuI aud
-i4ftl IIm tiifh raft Imui the bunds of hi scullion,!
and InixtKd theiu a flj.s of )our parly; yoa
.i couu'td the caudles tht were ued in the
pub.it: 4U:j, and weighed the soap with which the
clerk wanhed their haml jfoaj who even en pt
into Mr. Van Buren' private chs'iib.r to pry
snd peep about, a.d seek for articles riirre, wiih
4nch lo yrace your orations. All Him, and mm:b
Inure of iho aanue aurl, did your Governor. John
XI. Murnbeail, do, and now fersmrtlt, ynti pretend
lo turn up your no f end think it a low business
to evpoHi your hhn! pr. fliyate extnvagiince iu the
luner.d expenses ol ynur victim President, who,
nrrorrtinj to tyr. Mingum, was sir a ken difwu by
" the ven'Hie of I leaven." You cull il disturb
ing the allies of the dead. , Nu, il is rrTrf disturbing
the dead hul it it disturbing the tiring. There
ia no nQfctiim uph tbe memory of Gen. lis;
iisim he had u volition in Ihe rmitler no cen
sure i cshI on him. Iliv leiiKt quietly in ihe
dreamt' slumber in Ihe peaceful rest of the
g' ate, and no one dVsiree to disturb hi repe
nothing irua disturb hi reM.e till the lal summon
.shall awaken linn lo life antn, huj in the menu
while rtiribalire jus'iee ill not sleep. Those
who inlnsluued for the tir-t time in Ims eoiinlry a
cerUm specie Id' wailare, itimnlil be the lait to
cmnplain of its praeltre by inher. s The whig
mint now takj lo their liis tbe ihaliespreMired by
-their bwu baud T rue, I lie draught I Uller, bu
ymi must take it, (teuileuien whig.
. The lnkivd xip. -Thif
most aboiinhahle i fh-pringuf ihu V.vr
Session Whig legislation is about lo be " repmiia.
ted " by its authors. Petition for il repeal have
been poured upon Congress from all qonrters of
the Union, and many of the whig party who only
few months ago aided to make it the law of the
land, are now furred lo "y ield tc overwhelming
popular sentiment, and vbte for it repeal before it
Roes into operation. Thi-i is flie beginning of the
PeofleU reform of whig- rtdbrm." ' From the
Congressional proreeding it wiil be seeji th it a
majority in Ihe House We passed a resolution
directing the Committee on the Judicinry to report
bill for its repeal. The remarks of Mr. Calhoun
ou the subject will attract (he reader's attention.
, Ret irm Irom a" aiilTicient numln-r of counties
he been received to render it 'certain that the
flemnrratic candidates, Messrs. Vooptr, ColqtiHt,
nd liluck, have been elected lo Congrese by
"'"J'i'y of sortie ihnuiMiida lo fill the vacancy w
tinned hv lla reninnaliim of three of tha whin
'"i. This U a glorioo triumph of
pnnciplo. Jheaa three fujthful IJepuhlicau were
deuounced and pronbod by w big-fory io 1610
bcauaKhey praforred their priucin'la to coon
kin, and now tha people of Georgia bnve ra
warded tnern wi'Ji coutiamxe and honor for ihir
finnuea and honemy.- ,
Tho reijrii of FederJl wl.igi-m in Georgia iW
mure. - ; " $'
' ' ' " '
tONVEXTION IN MAY NliXr. a
The Democratie Cunention Mejj'.held in UnMgh,
"after nouiiimliiiif Mr. ilcmy alj'urud to muet in tl.u
. pUce o tiie SWto of May nqxl.. .'In w done fu uoo
aeqneoce of the,l.oll raorwieutatioii from, tbe Wcat in
the Raleigh CDnveutkm, and to enable Uie people of the
, " - r r
extreniff Wwtem Count.e. eouvon.anUy to meet io ge-
, neral Uqvention.. Il .. exacted that w( fi.oOio.te.
t Mr. Henry, will be bare, aa well a aU the dietiiwuwh.
ed men of tbe Bute. We hope to wa (all repteocu-
Utiun ia atteudance tram every County r the Weal,
and expect ty that our Uat"rn Imoda will not fail to
, un wi.-a lit jnupri-wrctt till !;. . t r -
roocracy ol old Kow.u will be proud to welcome their i " oow '0,n 10 PreM nei,,,er tin,e wum for
, brethren from all aartaut Hu. tf.ku.. i.ui -,.n k. r..n..'IrticularB;-w wilL give them next week. Tbe
tie Willi u on t lie occaai. a iu prcbi-r.lorce. The Da-
piepared to receive them.' ,. -
Ike A,Utn end Sudtiio laic MpiriL Io a lute
charge lo the Ureod Jury of New York, Judge
NojIi look occasion to allula to U- tone of the
'. newapair preaeof iIm nouniry toward tbe ILiuk.
end the attack of independent journals oa the itii
q tilierof the corrupt pischmea. To check lllia
audacious premiinpiioa, he declared that "'we-must
either Comwut to subaidtxe tfte pretw.or call fur the
protection of the etrooj( arm of the law," and he
Charged that Ibe Urund-Jury ahould. indict tbe
USie'ller," anil the court would iuUict tho penalty.
- ' Ilia Honor, U ia clear, baa toat "nooe of hia old
g-rntelul Kent in hie new viraiion. Nu doobt lltd
die and other innocent le-ol iiMimgirra of rot i en
awiudling almpa are strongly in pri-wed with the
auyin oiiiuMi of the ahuad t'neiitionod, by which
they have suffered o much in character and cred
t jrMd men 1 T lie libelling " IKuhu. ratio prea
wuroed the public of then MlcnoeM, and ctu
tioned it ajAinit their fraud, to the creat delri-
, , , I ' v
ukiii vi inn,, iuiiiii siruiing upi fnuoiia. I HI
was in irutii a yreat ouirii). k to the $btiJi
siijf prupntnl a one mean of dancing-1 he warn
ini von-e of tbe, press In honor iiiayjiot.ibiy
have aome roininincence of itsiutliK iice In time
lfioe, and there is ou 'Juiiy mj'iia etfect but lor
iIm latter alternative recouimendi-d, to M indict the
lilHleri," ihe Grand Jury will he apt to lake wi
ser couniel. ll the corpora bank monopolies of
tho luud are auove tha law, they are auf yet above
tho press, uof quite Miwiful tuoUjiU tu undertake
either tu intimidate or ailence it ; and uny atlatiipl
of the kind bid much belter bo lefl untried.
Ths Lepiflsture of Virginia has pM-d a law enti.
tied an act for the relief of "the Banks of this Com
numwealtb," which soepemls till '1st Aurtl net' ih
action of any tXietllif law Lr lutLtt.-cui.fais.J Jllthaaa. have Uti-U Ukaa il into llnsr hauls sunwInrTi In i
notes of the Bankf.siKl slsuthu law eiiiorcuif twelve
fti :;uk.iuvi.iejuv auMiviyH.riHWfaeinaud alter the!
!... r ' .
lxt of tho prtseut monili
We bte been eupin;r heretofore that it was the
peophj Who ue4d " reiiet," Hmtesd ef the Bank.
- Jorc Rani roguery-The eab accounti of the
fir.tiid seciMid Teller of ibe C'ouiuiercinl Bunk of
New Orleans, ha Uta found deficient tu ilie
resredjf'sve bond iii ihe sum of ,110 0110 ench, for
.ilWit iiW.Vrr Iniled Au. appear, autd ol'coursH
fonoiied tin bail. ' I , .
Vtw an4 Important. ,
Wkig tfOiMMtf commtactd. Yes. actually Com
nienred alre;id I Thiuk of that all te who have
d. ..J I. ..k . ii 2- i i i a
mibted whether it would tecr b hid, aud tuke
shsiiie lor youf want of faith. ' The wbias il isi , . . ., .i. i
. r "'rs. ! monopoly jfrant, to esrry the mails as thev please, aud
lrur,luve bee,, in pimer hul- le, tlwua year,! p,y tmM ,norr,Kus bouhty io advance, without Sr
aml in Ibis time have only spenfthe lf.fl.ng sum of j ounty either for the siusl pi-furmsnee or faithful ths-
nearly twelve millions nmie than tha lute extra.
viigaiiti" Democratic Administralion ihe Treasu
ry is bankrupt aud empty To Ut sure, bul let the
people be of good cheer, and exercise a little more
patience, and extend a little longer their " gene roue
confidence," for whig economy u b.is positively
coiuiiM-ncetl, and now they may begin to look fori
woiidrr shortly what if i: is a rattier smallish
beginning H large oaks from little acorns grow."
Ilesrihe Ralt ijrh Ugiier:
" Promise and Performance. The Whigs pro
mi-d durnin Ihe last 1'ie-iileniml chivshii,.i' they
got into power, that they would endeavor to institute
a riid economy in all Ihe dep rtinents of Govern
ment. - We are gl .'d lo see, m In rtlifrsr.ee of this
sell led H""V. Ihl Mr. Britfvi, ol Massaeiiusetts,
a staunch Whighns inlioduci d a Rosolutioii in ihe I
.1 . -. . .- - - - 1 T
ll 'Use in Kepieseoiaiives li.qiiitllig into lite quality
and auimMil 'i.f FurniiUre pnrclmsrd lor the New
York ('ulotn House, and whether any reduction
hits been uwde in the exK neof the same. This
nmy seem a small matter, but it will he of no uie
also uttnnded to."-
JIow long before we uny look for Another " pr-J
. m .-.i'i i .r i
I TiuHneo oi tne uuianc oi promises toi - mo
tiey pleuty," " lime easy," dte. I We should be
amHteiugly delighted tu see ami feel even a small
beginning -in these. '
The Wkig mtijvritg iiiCmigies are doing but
lilllo goisl, for either their coiwiiturnis or' ilie
country il seems, according to the Nttmnnl lulelh
gencer ; Hint paper of the tlih inst., sys : " We
wish we were able to inform our reailers, '.hut ihe
business of Coiigress is going on either smoothly or
mpidly. But on tho contrary, no proKress at all,
to apeak of baa been made in it this week."
Bank mumplion in Maryland A hill has been
reported from the Mpeciel Committee on the currency
in the legislature of Muylaml, by Ibe iinanimnua
sanction of the whole Committee, to pi ovule for the
resumption ofMprjchf payment, by the- banks o! that
ute.on ill their notes snd liabilities within 20 day
attrr the passage of the set, under pennlty nf Ihe for
teiture d thir charters! The hill slsu tbibids tlie is
sue ol post notes uudcr tbe same forfeiture.
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; The number nf Pensioner of the U. SGovr m
tnent who hyn died the past yeartmounl to 820.
Tbe Legislature of lutliaoa laa paaUd a reaolu
execution till the first of Fabry ary net, before which
time it ia'expeoted that a general V ty law" will
be enacted. Surk legislation i the natural fruit
of 1I.10 bloated ."credit ay tcrrt'. ' ' y '
' Wa have received ;he flral number jot the mStmt$
Righli RfaWpa," new Democratie paper.ma it
name indtcatea, jiwi etblihed ia Richmond, Ve., by
Mr. Fiik, and eHtl by' Meevra. FUkf Aleltar
Mr. Fiak ia Uvrble known a an able writer, ami un
compromising tdvoeiteor democratie principle, lie
ia the mortal foe of all bank monnuoliea, and give tbeae
1 i: I -I.-..! I . mi n -
1 icKiiioti hibtiuk uu no ouaner. i ne ncpuuitcan
proroiM, h,t (, Mtt uiM, pe-
Jiucal, .nd.n interest Uterary journil.
, i - . - ' , ,
'. . . , Trehendwt Bank Riot,'
We have Junt received by to4y' mail as tccoont of
a moat terrible riot in Cintinnitj, Ohio. At our 'paper
mount of lite affsir ia ihfaj Tbe Bank of the Miami
Exporting Company refused, on the 10th iniUat, pay
ment on it paper and closed it donrj. On the next
day, to linuienae crowd broke into that Bonk, and the
Cincinnati Bsok the Exchange Oauk-Hind tbe office
of Lnngee '4 Co., Bnk Broken, and entirely demol
ished eveiy thing before tlieui ; ibej tore up the coun
ters, broke tlia dui to pieces, and scattered books, pa
pen and abinpjustertlu Ihe winds; it wt not without
great difficulty they were prevented from demolishing
the houses, The efficr raof the Banks considering dia
ereti4i tbe better part of valor, cut out ea speedily aa
punadtle;, In wbich they ooobtleas scled wisely... This
k indeed lamcoubte, but ia is what many have locked
for as natural results from the swindling conduct of
some or tue iisnks. We sre utterly opposed to the
whole Bok system aa it now exists, and desire greatly
to sea it reloriued, but this manner of reforming is
certainly tu bedeprecakd.
fSiT Let tbnae who are accuttomed Ignorto'ly to
near i the effort of the cut-throit Abolition incendi-
i ane of"tl.arree Ktttea, aoo week nd contemptible
! i.m .1.. ..l-.l.- u ...l. 1 ,i .i. i:
n:. ic, , a , . . i .i
'Uniu - dSbiteaSeiiuKou luo llthiuat., ami their eye
Buy be opened a 'little.
" Near a million of dollur are wanted now to
enable the Treasury to meet ita eugagemeuts."
lliizzi for Whig ' reform" Nhig "econo
my," and for Clay's robbery bill ! The Treasury
worse than empty by near a million of dollars, and
the Wfiig crying out for the distribution ol the
proceeds of tbe public lands. Glorious prospects
R!vii Wnsi? This wee Kiala has heretofore been
governod, ia In uot' s Cons'. itulain, by the charter ob
tamed from Kins; Chsrfos oa its settlement ss s British
Colony', snd which limited the right of suffrage to free
,holders, and dinfianchised the great body ot the people ;
1 . .... . I
claim the privileges or freetnea likewsw, and accord-
...it., a. l-si i u i I'j.'l"
w mey aicaeo up si mo rnyai enaner, anoeemsnueo m
mttitutiiKi nf their own. Tbe tote has just been ta
ken ou tts s.inplmn of a Constituthin tubmitled lo the
people, and canted io fsvur uf it by a large majority
0 A Convention of rail-nisd delegates has lately
been held in Washington City, at the invitation of the
I'ustmaster General tu'eousider bis proposition, or some
other, for giving them an advance payment lo carry the
nfted Flates matT on their ToadiCThey per leclly
ajjrced, ss might have bejn "guessed" by a brewd
'linillf.'tliaT Hit hiQey'a.lvaiiVs iTr""""''"1' p"'i-
m me annual report waa the thing. The country is
not it eeemafjyn tbe opiinen of Ame, wfficiently
scourged by the curse oi bank monopolies which control
it monetary flairs, nor the public money squandered
fast enough by other prill gate mesns.to create the
Hiessinr oi a oiikiiwi oew oui we moi put h in
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! charire of the service! It these Whiff plans sre carried
out, we tnay soon expect to see the same sort of " re
form " in the Post Office, Department, as we have had
iu the other.
Thereat estate of the City of B.iltimofe ha
been valued by assessors 'appointed under a law nf
the Stale, ami the valuation amounts to 169,170,
612 nearly sixty eight and a quarter million d
dollar. But few ol Ihe Atlantic cities have, we
believe, improved so rspidly within the last six or
eight years as Democratic Baltimore.
Destructive fires (fires are generally rather
rieitructive some astute editor has lately discover
ed) have occurred recently in Detroit, New Or
lean, end StrLiHiis-Tli Detroit ! " whole square
the most valuable in the place it is stuted, wu
faitatieitrnj A Mr. Dulavan
City, has w ritlwi and published a long letter against
lh u-e of wine in ihe ordinance of Ihe sacrament,
snd as nothing is list ultra or aheurd for ihe credu
lity of some folksy tannic haa already a num
ber ol followers. This is absolutely ridiculous, and
et iu this age nf humbug and uttrdism it will he
msiler of no surprise to see the jiilly fAuiiticism'j
iri!Mding widely. I he objection lo the use of wine
is, ihut all kind of it contnin spirit- or nlrohol, and
that much of the wine used in ihe country is ado.
lernled- Wc exf eel before hmg to hear of thesn
relorim ra crying out against the-use of molasses
tor wbal coninina mote spirit than mnlatses t the
Yankee ean any time make galnn-of real A'w
England, out of a gnlloii of molas.es.
Iniemte ranee is a great cue to society, the fruit-1
ful patent of crime, poverty, and wretchedness,
the randoran box of disease and evils innumera
ble, but we believe that some of the advocates of
the Temperance cause ate doing more harm by
their hhmperati wal, tftan good by their efforts,
nod in reference to all such, truly nmy the Tem
perance cause exclaim with the old proverb " cave
ine from my friends."
JVprr oAron JJurr. mie. reminiscences,
of the treasons of Aaron Burr have lately been
puWished by Mr. F. L. Claiborne, one; of the edit.
rt ofthe Natchex Free TtaJcr, aud formerly it
representative in Congies from Mississippi, lb
obtains them from documentary evidence preserv
, . y . .
years lain dorman ,
ed by Burr, which bate for
.unknown in ihe archive of bis family, and' have
now fallen into hi possession as be explains. Ilu
4 promises lo make timber disclomirca from the pa-j
, pors wlticbuwill establish beyond doubt, that
Burr bad for hia co adjutora, some of the most dis
tinguished oow id Ihe nation."
Ptryetval morion. Tho secret hue at last-bcon
discovered, at least,. Mississippi" paper eaji so,
fend further, that t gentleman of that State, Dr. C.
C. Fdday, has gone to Washingtoo to secure a
patent for a machine which ia operated Vpon by
condensed air, and so contrived that the air coo.
denset itself.' " . ' .
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Dtiltttting Occur rt nee. Wt ere pained to record
the death by drowning of one of our most respected and
estimable citizens. Col. Cassia Smith, formerly of Da
' vidson, but for several years past a resident of this
County, 5 miles South West of this place. The eir
- cemstsQcee of the melancholy event are glvea in the
stale toe at below sent to us by a friend bt tbe deceased,
. and we can add nothing to the tribute paid to hia
memory, farther than lo say that U' I just, true, aud
well merited, ,.. ; v- :,: ."-;-
"On Tuesday ihe llth inst. In Mtomptmg to ford
the River (Yadkin) in a gig with a negro buy 12 years
uf sga, at tha Trading Ford, when it was much swol-
lea, be wss swept down by the current, ss it is sup
posed, and himself, boy and burse were drowned.
' The bews of bis disappearance waa mil spread unti
Monday morning the 17tb, when upon examination at'
the ford, it was discovered from tbe tracks of bis gig
that be bad entered the river, but bad not passed out
the other side ; the alarm wu given, many persoas
' rcpiired to the put, and after diligent search fur two
days, tb horse end gig were found floating 3 mile be
low tbe ford, and by carefuj dragging with a flat and
ten canoes, on yesterday the 19tb, at 12 o'clock, ibe
body of Col. Hmith -waa booked up froni the hot-
. torn ot Uie river, ia 7 feet water, at the foot of the
, falls, one mile below tha ford. About f 1,4)10 worth f
, notes, end (100 in money were found on the person of
the deceased. The body of the oeirro boy bss not vet
. been found and may not be soon, fot from in quantity of
sand that had kxleu upon the clothes of &A. Hiniir.itis
probable that a considerable length of time might bsve
elspaed before the body would of itself nave risen to the
surtsco of the water. Much praise is due to large
number of tbe friends and neighbors of tbe deceased,
who repaired ' to the spot, and continued a diligent
seareb-tmtrl the body wss found. - r
It is unnecessary, where be waa known, to spesi of
the high esteem in which the deceased wss bold by
those who teat knew him. In bis social and riomestie
relations, be wu kind and exempts rj ; an industrious
and nselul cititeu, bis untimely death is deplored by
lsre Dumber of trienda and acquaintances.'' .
Tke Cotton Crop oftht United Stake export
and contumpHon. The Savannah (Geo.) Republi
can givee the following information wbich will be
highly interesting as well as useful to cotton plan
tern and those engaged ia the trade of tbe article.
The total eotton crop nf tho year ending Bep.
4mber JJOiri, 1H41, aimuiiled In 1,634,045 balee.
. a . aiit
t8f 177,933. ,r..
'The loul exports of 1841, were
Do. ' 1840, .
Deficiency in 1441 . . .
We uhjoi6 the amounts exported to varioua coon
Iries, in 1641 : , . ' ' - ' Bales.
To Great Britain . . . 851742
i-JTo-France -. - . ' . ' r 848,776
Topbrm Nnithof IJdrope; T rrWJ.279
-To other purls -
' Vhe Cotton export of the preceding year were
as follows, ami exhibit a considerable falling olF
greiiler is) proportion to' the relative amount of the
tears, to the Northeru orta ofEuropa than tb
boglaod and r ranee.
In 1N0. Cotton exported to Great r-
Britain- . '. . , 1,246.701
ToFmm-e , 447,463
North of Europe . . . . . 103.232
To other port " . '. '. 78.545
' We subjoin also, the pons from which Ibe arti
cle baa been eeht, with tbe portion from each.
, . Bales. '
la 1841, from New Orleans and Mis.
sissippi . ' . 056.816
From Florida . . . . ""216.239
Alabama .... 23,207
Georgia . . . . 35.506
. North and South Cainlina ' 162.273
Virginia .... 4,873
Baltimore . . . 217
Philadelphia ... 1,034
New York . . . 149,660
Boston . . . 3,602
Tutul .' . . . .1,343,277
IV e annex an account of
Quantity consumed by, and stork re
maining in the hsnds of United
States, manufacturers, Sept. 30, 1841..297 5S8
Do. do, 1R40..,.2D5,193
IK do. -1839... 276,018
Il will thus be seen Ih it while the total exports
of 1841 amounted to 1,313.277 bnh', Ihe quantity
employed nt home amounted to only 297,2tW bales.
PUBLIC MEETING IN DAVIDSON COUNTY.
We are requested to make known that there is
to be Public Meeting at Thompson's Store (for
merly Frederic Thompson's,) in Davidson County,
on ihe first Saturday in February, which is Ihe
Gilt day of tb month. It is understood that the
sets of the Kttri Session are lo be discussed,
The people, without distinction of party, are in?
vited to attend, and hear what the Democarta have
to say against, and the Whigs in favor of these
acts, if the weather should prone favorable, it
is supposed the meeting will be numerourly at
tended, i ... .. .
Tl. t.'..n-.;!. t.L.I TK nm.ii k.. k
active thia week t not overstocked, but a general vs -
riety. ' Brandy, Peach, 38; ApplcU5 to 37. Bacon 5
to 5J. Beeswax, 28. Cotton, best, sold lor 8. Corn,!
has tsken arise, and sells for 60 to 65. Flour 5 to6J.
SAM bsua aia aSAllas sub n r' V ss-lsss HI a I
uats are scarce and sell reauuy at -w. Wheat ft
toflOW Whishey, the best wa bought for 20, Waol,
li to 17. .. Pork sell at from 81 to 1
In this Town, on Thuriittsv evrnirr. t':e ''-h mstan.
by Jeremiah M, Brown, L q , Ut. JOli.'d LLl LL..
l0 Miw MA&y Vx.N!:,!;
la this ' 'ohm'v, on t!n Liib ini'mit, hr t'.o RuV. Tii'il
I'biter. .Mr. TtiOUAS A. WII.l.lA .ON to llizM
MAKV, tb.uj;hti!r of Nom'l. I !-:;. .
In tljia County, on tli" O h instant, bv Jirominh M.
Brown. Fwj , Mr. JOHN il. VLllCLL't-) Mrs. NA.
; 7 DIED, ;.. .'.
In this place, on Filday ni;'lil Wt, Jnk Miruntt U ' .
mlknt daughter of Uie Rev. 'l'lijs. F. Daviii, iud about
months. - , , , , . v. . . .'
In this County, on the 13th instant, Mr. I'tTta
Coat, aged about 63 years. The ducen'ned a
exemplary christian snd had bean mvnihcr of the
Presbyterian Church for about 47 years, lie has h-tt
numerous relations to mourn his irreparable km, but
"their loss Is his eternsl fain" Cammuntealrd. ''
On Hunday, the 16th ot Jsnnary, lSt'2, ahont .
o'clocf, at his residence in this County, Dr. J. T. J- -Oaa,
aged about 83 years, leaving ao afflicted Widow,
four small children, snd sn extensive circle of frlnnds
lo Ismenl hia loss." Dr. thr was a member of the last
Legislature of North Csroima, and poesemed the es
teem and respect of all who knew buu. MtckUvMufg ',
JrftrtmilM. . .". . '
rpiIE Subacrihor will sell, at the bouse of Rubrrt, -
N. Craige, by Virtue of ,a Deed nf Trust. ,on
Tburtday, the 17th day of February next, stock, of
HORSE9, MULES, HOGS,
and beet kind of houihold and kitchen furniture, slf
snd e Isrge ejoantity o farming tools of first rate kind.
Also, corn end other articles of crop of the 14 year,. ....
--' " ':.?' together with '' ' ,
TWO. WAtlOONS AND GEAR,
Atari, the half right of a Blacksmith, named Klijih,
and half the interest in the tools and furnitore of a '
Blacksmith'! shop, together with an interest in :
oa Dercreek, nljotniug Chambers, Wioilers, Lewi .
Jacobs, and eiheis. Terms mads known on the day ot '
le. JAM fc3 owii;i.H,Tra'.tce..
Rowan County, N. C, January 21, 1B42, 4U " ,
STRAYED from the Bubscriber, about the last rt
8eptember, 1H41, Forty bead of Hheca- miwtly
Wft hers, marked lbllow: some with a all tin esch
ea( and an under-bit out of the saiw, and the otliera
have a smooth crop in each ear aud an under-bit in left
ear. Any person giving information concerning them
to Elian Lea, or John L Shaver, 8 I a bury, M. p will
be liberally rewarded. ,'."- - -
-V DAVID WORTU.,
Ashe County, N. C, January 21, 1442. 3t
SILAS U U TK, -
I)CSPF.CTFCLLY infirmsiha eitixen ot Ruli.hur
I . . t v M . .
isaing in wora in aw line m onsinesa at nia cweitmr,
where he will at k et work, arter rt is coronf. at Ttm '
following pricssf Jrsn costs, snd a'l kihds oj thin,
costs, 1 60 ; Cloth coats, f3 SO ; Vests. 73 cants. - ,
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for
work at the market price.' - ,
Salisbury, N. C, January 21, 1842. w r ' '
MiGUOKft TOR HALli.
f U ILL be told in froot of- ihe Court (louse in
."'the Town of Saliaburnn Monday, the 7th
L.1" cb!jr?jjeL.O-'in,g Monday Lf Kqw
ly l0UXt Abuui .U ; m
conveyed by Burtoo Craige lo Ssm'h Lemly in
Trust for the purposes mentioned in the Iked of
Conveyance. Among them are good bouse sr-
vants, field hands and w 1 . "
A; GOOD DLACKiSMITII.'!
' Terms. One fourth of ihe Negroes will be sold
lor negotiable -paper Jn Bank with net more Iban -ninety
day to run. The balance ugon credit ot
en montba. ' . ALEX. W. BRANDON,
Attn, io fact for Saml. Lemly; '
December 24, 1841. . ta. , v -
The Casrew UmtHte, Mrtkttnburg J.trsWaav . '
and Crswat&or' Patriot, will insert' 3 times each.
I IX those indebted lo the Administrstor ef Joseph
a- Cowsn, d Vd, by note or othtrwis. are bereb
requested to come fbrwsrd snd mats payment between
now and February Court, or elM they nuy expect o
settle with an officer, as the business ef the satats mael
bo closed. . Jt. LOCKE, Acsiil.
Rowan County, N. O, January 14, 1842. St
Laborers Wanted. -
fy anted,- auuiber of hands to work at
" tbe muting usrtiess at torad's Hill, in
Davidson eJounty. The usual. wages will be gie
en, and tbe hand will be paid off weekly, or
monthly, as they may wish Good board may be
bad Dear the mine on reasonable terms,
T. PHILLIPS ALLEN. Acent.' L
Come and Settle !
ILL persoas indebted lo -Jemeo L. Prown, ei-'
'V alss-r. by ote ot Balt Account, are requested
to come and aetlle by the last day ( ihie month,
or they may expect tu find them iu the hands of aa
officer for coliectios), . t ,
'JAMES L BROWN.
.N..B. AIo,the Notes and Accounts of Jas,
Brown, dee.'d. JAS.'L. JIROWN, Ex'et,
January 7, 1842. , 3
A FOR SBSiB. ' ;
A YOUNG aegro woman and child t she iaa first
rate Cook and a good washer. Apply at this office.
Balis' ory. N. C, Janmry ?1, 1842.
U3MW YOU HAAAi:
rpHERET ta a large qnantity of PUnk, Scantling, '
and other building materials on hvn.1 fhr Sale at
the M ills ot Charles Fnuter, on South Yadkin Rtvdr,-
formerly Pearson's Mills.
A outntitv of ehnin enrkii fnt PtnnV m,!.M
1 r V: .. . ... r .
1 Any qiirfdtitv M'asw d 8hiev.es cau be furnMied at
. a very snort mit.ee. These Slum-tea a-Jwsv ms.u
out of besrt pine, or yvllo u.olsr,-ol a reuular siae.
1 i . .
and remirw no Joiiitinir, but can bu oaik-.l on ths ronf
just ss ihey fall from the ssw Price si perlOO at
tbe Mill. - WIUJAMSON HARRIS, Agt,
ivKemberrrr: y :. - v . fc'
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