I - . t ft : ,f- .. 7 " - ' U : . -Hi , ' -j , , i ;
iitxpXAW OF NEWSPAPERS.
L' rttrv."hr considered as !w-iliinj lo continue
ll l iii)?riljftrs orIiT thekriHContinuance of their pa-
I V it,i Dnl)lKcr imy cout nue to send, them until ar-
'pvt;Ti?l.iJ, inserted at
l 3 j it 5fv1nrjbers tiryloct rcfuHe takiiij; their papers
1 "tjJ.Ufrrrrio which ll evtarv wnt they are held
r!.ii,W(l? iH their bifl ar4 net tled and their paper or
i Li iii i discontinued.
fPFff wr lJ"UHlical frxiii th office, or removing
'J t'itirit? it tincailed for, U " prima facie evidence
in i . i
II 1 Keep a check upon all tour . Jli Do this, ad Liberty is safe." 3
s W IDLERS. ' . Gcn'l Harrison. I
t i 1 . . i
BItUNER & JAMES,
VOLUME VI NUMBER 13.
;; iTcrnn of thd AVatclimuu.
u?)Cipti?ri, per yearlflVd Dollars pnyable in j
dT!'V 4.li : uv 11 ,,ul lra1u til uvuner, i - :
4 fifiy Ctf Will be jehartrd.
SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1849.
2J;pfr:ct; lusher th
Courl orders thifgpd
Le riaten. A Ii!eral deduc-
. i r
is ine enemy oi man.
j$l for the firf.niiI25ris - no God I; it is a mysticism." I " ; j
is a redeeming merit to say of (his
mah lhat he is the inflexible friend of hu
I mai lrljerty, let him-feave the benefit of it.
) But what sort of liberty wouM this pan
inflict upon society ? Who would assert
! i - t t ? l. l . l 1 i-'L 1
,VfL:i J:M-tt. rrannn, at ii.ia nis 'Claim osucn a (iiuDoiicai lnueniance 5
Pfr"::;' f - r, J say that it is the misfortune offthe
W;?WsJh"0 11 ''-r Commcrcm of j pc ,lhat 5Uch men can associate them-
' . ! : -11
. r. A k ! :J. f
viou : i huvv ui
tioh 10 thor who adveriiKrH j!""
.irtmy the Ldiiors mus Iw-jPt pial.
SYMPATHY WITH HUNGARY,
We publish the following with plea
sure . j
DepahtmeVt of Statte,
Washington, 25th June, 1 819.
Li. R. Breisach, Esq., New York '
:, Sir: I am requested by the President
to acknowledge the receipt of your letter
io pim oi tne'Jtn inst., and the printetl ac-
tbeMOth instant, as opposed to the success j seies prominently with the cause ofiJib-ffintof the proceedings of the meeting
rf KcpJiihlican principles in Luropc. We t erty ! But ve have a singular corollary ; or ttie Hungarians and others in N. York
hnrclalsp expressed the opinion, that the to the blasphemy quoted above, from
fclirafion of our Wn ffec institutions, I'rullhon himself; who at pother timfac
It', ! , .i. L i t i- i tuallv? declares that "in the democratic
anq social ranKs, mere are irom au.uuu to
Ijaailily'tfcijcnd upon k deep, ant
These proceedings have not escaped at
( The Government and the people of this
country are proloundiy interested m the
:mojrl) sentiment in thd commutnty and the ; 40.000 wild, reckless, ungovernable men. i Vents which are how passing in'Hunsa
eiier(il prevalence of the Christian Ueli- over whom it is impossible to exercise1 anv rt an al1 information calculated to throw
?'4n I i ' no iaooreu control wnarevpr. An ! tnese mu be lm111 ltlc p'c&eui struggle oei ween inai
??.i;,ifcnr Yin inn sn1nV.pt. hut Imvn hoe.n ! thefverv disciples of Prudhon. The! text I Pantry and Austria and Russia, cannot
' Uo teU- to refer the intelligent! reader to 1 andi the mmentary are inseparable; tnd fill to bo welcome. V
1 H ' P . f '1 -l irto I conclusive. And; where such doctrines I is the policy and practice of the Uni
WlCrtchingsof histcrfrom which les- j are uniVcrsa,. lhere m be a nation of ed States to recognize all Governments
j.S0A3 Ql ueciticd lmpont arc;urawn.
I The! following article from the Haiti
l;wfc Mnt of Thursday last, brings, the ' let Vs hope, are but spots upon the broad
f A. Jj .L r Lul. i;r,hf :A i-surface of that honest enthusiasm vhich
Ii Artxpngst the most
renabTicanism in Eur
40Cia;crJerrients of tA
ianged,;'aty;l the most
Jang?r the popular c
nd degrade the truthful beauty and sim
e granUcr of repul
infidelity ; and this
its ownxa-nks. The
rope are utterly de
violent extremes en-
tuse, and embarrass
licanism. We hold
wild, reckless, ungovernable men. llBut ! iyhich exhibit to the world convincing
such men and such-damnable dnetrinns. Ptoofs" of their nower to maintain ihem-
. . i - e - -
Ij If Hungary sustains herself in this un
equal contest, there is no reason why we
$houkl not recognize her Independence.
Congress, it is believed, would sanction
such a measure, and this Government
would be most happy, in that event, to
enter into Commercial as well as Diplo
matic relations with Independent Hun
gary. I am, sir, respectfully,
your obedient servant,
JOHN M. CLAYTON.
cause of human rights. To .what extent
such sentiments prevail.'howlsrver, they
urpe has to encounter, j constitute in a corresponding degree art in-
tfsclves rcajly to cxduse many errors and
blunders committed in the cause of liber-
j and .'great excesses have a claim to
jitipii in view of the ignorance of the
inlfi, and tlic cxasbcration of men so
11-i.T I... .1 .J e .1
oaz cpuascu uy uiu cacesscs 01 uespoiism.
jJt, we. cannot be blind to facts, Osten.
anOUSiy uispiaycu uyi men, proiesseoiy 01
the dfmocTatic ranks-principles avowed
ja latal conflict with jthose upon which
I popblat liberty can ever find a secure and
perniancns tmsis. x ucru is uupu tur po
lltical liberty.in Eurorje. in the sturdy arms
anu yalarous hearts df a gallant people
liat poliiictil liberty can only terminate in
jcentioiisncss and anarchy, with such sen-
timenti prevalent among the people as
j'oma of the apparent leaders of the pop-
, ivnf A '. f tnm In mnn!ruJt ru f,-ll, I.., I.
'jUMiy liwi" - iikiiiiivjiu I'Ut iUl lJI l' lilt?
corivpiition of .German democrats assem-
'The re form of the recent state of society
".'.nut . gojiahd in Inind w iih, and be made per
nitwnt j, a reform in he system of education
fii publiq iii"lructi6n. Education and iustruc-.
iidn jmuiti therefore, ho' &t ripped of religious
iltrtjbMn.d supcrjluitiei. .lis sole ohject is to
talkc nifu fit companibus for each other. ; Re
) wjjlch must ho banished from society,
rwiifUnUh from i 'the nind of man.. Art and
poelrrwill rcaliso the Ideas of the True, the
!od, and thb Beautiful, W hich religion places
"s.an Uncertain future.
f Hi e v resolution cenf rally destroys icliion,
ih repdt'ring hopes of Elcavcn. upeifluou?, by
?f Rtwlslitff the liberty and welfare of all on
irthi Vel pay alten1 ion, therefore," to. reli
Jtous'struggics and Wn entions, (the formation
ot' frt congregations and so forth,) so lar
41 l eimay, undej- the phrase religious lib-
try, understand lrccdoni from all religions. V te
U nit dsire Jiberty of belief, but'the r.ecessi.
jf of imbclUf. In thi& as in all other respects,
tie Vish to break entirely with the past. We
k not wisli to. ingraft a fresh branch upon a
ttteij stem ; we in nj respect desire reform,
MR. CALHOUN'S REPLY.
Mr. Calhoux has published twenty col
umns n the Pendleton Messenger in re
ply to Col. Benton's Speech. He treats
a.nuihek SPEECH BY MR. BEN-
Mr. Benton lately delivered another
speech in Missouri on the subject of slave
Benton. rfrsnnllv. with th nimnt fnrn ry antl the Wilmot nroviso. Itwas ait.
and contempt, and has done for him, what ' dresse.d J0 lhe People of Lexington, and
he had previously done for Calhoun-used ; ZT AU f dt
him w ' .i..,i.:.k-... J l.?' , M f sfnce is stated through
...... -j.. ,vufjf iuc iuiiuh iii nuauati . . uiu iciecrapn
From the Columbia Telegraph.
Mr. Benton went into some Eistorieal
much more familiarly acquainted Avith
the country between Haw River and Ra
leigh than myself, who concurred with me
in opinion, that the. difficulties to be. en
countered east of Haw River are by no
V means so great, as those which have been
overcome oruhe Georgia Road.
It is almost superfluous to remark, that
the same amount of labor can at all times
be performed for less money with us than
here, on account of the comparative cheap
ness of wages and provisions,! and the;
greater salubrity of our cfimate.VT&cj
slaves engaged in these operations, ia
Georgia are at present hired at antaver
age price of $100 per annum; Ifnben;
such a road as tht described by Judge
King, can be built and equipped for 312
500 per mile in Georgia, that sum will bo
found ample with us. The line of rail
road between Raleigh and Goldsboroogh.
will more probably exceed than fall short
of the distance by the road ordinarily tro-i
veiled. Suppose then instead of 210 it
proves to be 230 miles in length it will
be perceived that we will have soraethinjr
T" .11 r . r . ' (talail In cknti, (I.. i.
r or ine Denem ot me tew who cannot . . , " ouw". l4"r ""uuonaiuy oi the morc than 13.000 ner mile
. -w " wi v:i , ... ,. . j ! iuwiu man cij,uuvi per mile. -
leisure to peruse the whole, we will Proviso, in .Is application to the The branch road from Kingston o this
fiS?.f he f05"10"5 i 3 . Z-'T T Tl Jtl: ! completed aboa, si, months ago,i,
hill vv ' luc rB but 18 miles in lenglb and cost with all
ltt: ' !?. 0PPe,ancc. about ,7,000 per mi.e.
r n . iYi ine nett proms lor the lirst half v
'1 . !" !f; ! 1l 'per cent. The Preside'r
,ries; that Congress had passed the bill.
I anu rresident Tolk had signed it, after
supqrable obstacle to republicanism.!
From the language above quoted ofj the
leaders in the tumult in Europe, (for a de
monstration headed by such men does not
deserve the name of revolution) it appears J
thatthey know nothing of the principles
of trine liberty, whicb can only be enjoyed
undqr the restraints of moral codes. They
have no idea of freedom, except that Which
severs the bands of social order, and repu
diates thejlioral government of Deity.
We feared that such would be the exhibi
tions of what was termed,dembcraticzeal
in Europe, and did not hesitate to express
those fears in the incipient stages of! the
revojt in France. il
-The European population are not! pre-
pareu to enjoy consiuuiionai noerty-j-fnor
will they ever be till they learn toVfdis
crimjnate between the Priest and th& Al
tar ibetween the healthful operations of
law and its abuse by tyrants. j j
There is no prospect of advantage in;
the reform proposed. It is but a proposi
tion to change. a system of oppression, de
fined and understood, the se verity of which
maybe softened by obedience fori the
uncertain rule of merciless and capricious
men, devoid of humanity, the slaves of
prejudice and passion ; in short the'Jcm
bodiment of all the evil dispositions! and
horriule propensities, that have evef at
tended the progress of jacobinicali Jinfi
delit. .; Jt H
Deaf to the warnings of historical tj-uth,
the people of Europe, in most cases.jhave
commenced a war against their Rulers,
without invoking a blessing from the Su
preme Ruler of the Universenayilhey
scoff at the idea of e ven his existence; and
shut their eyes to the brilliant rays by j
which the truth of Revelation is conveyed-
to thejminu and heart ot intelligent pan.
They j cannot succeed under a poliOy so
wicked and absurd ; and it is folly for us
who ejnjoy and understand the blessings
of frecj government to rejoiceV at efforts',
having no relationship with our own glo
rious revolution no sympathy withthat
sacredj freedom which exists under! the
shado w of the -Throne of the Most High.
ken by our eminent Statesman :
Mr.'C. commences by declaring his en
tire indifference to any attacks emanating
from Mr. Benton personally, but explains
his reason for noticing his last assault,
Which. Was a blow aimprl rmnllv V.Im-
self and the Southern people, under the l.he fullest consideration ; and that, in so
pretext of self-vindication, to subserve his 5jolngV lhe Leg,s,ative and Executive
double purpose of aiding the FreeSoilers, i anchesof the Government had solemn
and paralyzing the efforts of those true to! ,y ackowlpdged the Proviso to be both
the section he has abandoned. The reply ' con"tonal and expedient,
commences-with an examination into Mr. 1 " The passage of the bill organizing a
B's pretext that the resolutions introduced A. orial government lor Mmesota, du-
by Mr. C. in the Senate in February, I .s ine ,asc sess,on' without even an ob
1847, aimed at disunion. Mr. Calhoun Kcllon lrom Mr- Calhoun, was another
quotes these resolutions, and in a few i admi.sson of the constitutionality of the
terse and pregnant paragraphs proves the j protv's'onT.
utter lutility ol such an assertion, show-1 . J " , a5Uuri resolutions oi insiruc
ing clearly that they assert only funda- i llon Co1' Benton dissected with great mi
mental propositions which have not and nuteness showing that their spirit was
cannot be denied. The assumDtions ofi . :UI F'e.nuinucanon, wnicn. n car-
Mr. Benton that such was the motive - i , .ou!' tVouId lead to dsunion, and he
pieugeu nimseii and the State ot Missou
ri to sustain Gen. Taylor in preserving
the Union, &c."
j An Imposition . We have received the
following communication from a citizen"
of Botetourt county whose name is now
in our possession. It discloses an instance
of imposition which demands public re
probation, and which, we presume, will
attract the attention of the officers in the
Patent office : Rich. Times.
From the Richmond Times.
Improvement in Steam-Boiler Furnaces.
c ; -,
Gentlemen : It Will not, I hope, be es
teemed unamiable to give honor to whom
honor is due. In 1844, my townsman,
Capt. John M. Harvey, made ah Jimpor
tant discovery in steam-boiler furnaces,
and after a personal interview with him
by a Henry F. Baker, of Boston, Massa
chusetts, and a minute description in wri
ting of the discovery and the construc
tion by the former to Baker, it isartnopne
ed as if the discovery had been made in
the old Bay State, much to the surprise
and indignation of this community, Mr.
Harvey, the sole inventor of the impor
tant improvement noticed so flatteringly
in the Washington " Republic" of the 4th
inst., will make good his claim in the
courts of the country, and I am happy to
know that to him the words of the Roman
satirist is not applicable :
; ' Moveat cornicula risum, .
Furtivis nudata coloribus."
Botetourt co July 14, 1849.
Coach and Carriage Making
they were intended to prevent any com
promise ; and that they are identical with
the Accomac resolutions ; in the face of
his own opposition to the policy to the on
ly compromise that had a chance of pass
ing in Congress, are commented upon with
The still more frivolous pretexts that
Mr. Calhoun was the real author of the
Wilmot Proviso, and that the Missouri
Compromise was identically the same
measure in another form, are as easily dis
Mr. Brown of lhe Herald, Ashboro' N. C.
is entitled to all the credit of authorship of the
piece below. It is good and we heartily en
dorse the moral.
"I'LL GO AND CATCH ANOTHER."
We adopt this as our motto henceforth, be-
cause it was taught us by a child, a beautiful
htile girl often years.
She and her compan
solved, and shown to be mere bubbles ofi ,ons were fishil,S in smaH steam, when we
chanced to pass that way. 44 1 have caught a
cat-fish, said she, seizing it at the same time
VThcdcsgn to " sth'n education of rell.
i'lous idoubts and superfluities' mav be
'fleratcd in honest v bf nurnose to sonar.
Utmmtlfr I' .1 .
j icjiMMiuin ne oiate- Men
Mr. Benton's brain, unfounded in fact and
falsft in thpnrv vvKHa he acennt U
Oregon Bill with that obnoxious feature j X i P-r,elrn",e hands, She was standing
in it, is held up as a commentary on the I 1 L the stream let from which she
tiU Urt,: r c i e J o V had just taken the struggling prisoner, and ei.
truth of his professions of zeal for South- j hibitJing aU lhe marks ,riumphant jor, when
ern rights. He then passes on to the suddenly the victim gave a flounce and fell into
Charge made by Mr. Benton of his having. J the water. Our Utile angel made a vain effort
while a member of Mr. Monroe's Cabinet, 1 to regain possession of the prize, and momenta
admitted the constitionality of the Mis- ' rily gave a most expressive look of disappoint
souri restriction, and shows that the pre- i ment and regret. Springing up after a mo
tended proofs adduced to sustain it are ! ments refieciion, hopo and joy overspread her
utterly unreliable no written opinions j ne countenance, when skipping off lo another
having been submitted for want of time, ! Point she "claimed, " well 27 go and catch
and the diary of Mr. Adams not bein re- anolher '" If thousands who have attained the
liable evidence on the point, from his i of mAturitJr would follow the 'example of
want either of memory or impartiality. lh,s ,,?,l?rsl!nf child, how much unhappiness
ac r i- u would oe subdued. le who would be happy,
lhe dralt ot a letter, purporting to be . t r in j . l vv
Mr. Monroe's, is shown to throw no light i f,r yUt ra0tt' 111 g and Citch anolh'
on the matter whatever even if genuine j Supposed a young spark, or old one, for
from the vagueness of the terms in which , they sometimes fish too,) has dropped his hook
it is couched. Mr. C. then proceeds to in the stream of courtship and pulls out, not ex-
recapitulate me action oi congress, and actly a 44 cat-fish" but a fish of another sort and
his own course and Mr. Benton's respec- different element, and the fish eludes him, and
lively on the different questions that have after .shaking her 44 flounce'" gels back into lhe
arisen in Congress involving the rights of. streamlet ; no doubt 44 springing up after a mo
the Slaveholding States, and passes rapid- ment's reflection, hope and joy overspreading
Iv in review the attitudes taken bv each i ' his' countenance," he will exclaim. 44 There
resident of the
company is a native North Carolinian, a
shrewd man. whom I have known famil
iarly from my boyhood, and is one of ma
ny competent persons, who have express
ed to me the confident Lclief that the an
ticipations of Judge King, under judicious
management, will be fully realized. Ma
ny errors productive of heavy losses, wero
committed on all the roads in this State,
in the infancy of the system, which expe
rience will enable us to avoid. In the
construction of the Raleigh and Gaston,
and Wilmington and Raleigh Rail Roads, 1
we have purchased some knowledge at a
high price, and yet our blunders were of
small moment compared with Georgia4
and South Carolina errors. The former
endeavored to escape from her perplexi
ties by suspending all operations in her
great work the Western and Atlantic
rail road and directing it to be sold to
the best bidder, at a price not less than a ,
million of dollars. Fortunately for her
best interests, no purchaser could be ob
tained, and after the embankments had
been greatly injured, bridges burned, and
superstructures decayed, her Legislature '
was induced to enter with increased en
ergy upon her great enlerprize. She has
now about GCO miles of road in success
ful operation, her scrip is at par, her rail
road stock is generally at a premium, she
has one of the best devised systems of In
ternal Improvements in the Union, and
if not so already, promises at no distant
day to bo the most magnificent of the
Southern States. ' 1
In December, 1S37, the Georgia rail
road terminated at Greensborough, 83
miles from Augusta. The Western and
Atlantic road, beginning in tbe.wilderness,
at what is now the flourishing town of
Atlanta. 28 miles beyond Greciuborough,
was gra'ded nearly to the Tennessee line.
I travelled in the cars to Greensborough,
and in stages along the proposed line of
road to Cassville. 1 came to the conclu
sion at the close of my journey, that a ma
jority of the people in North Western
Georgia not merely believed that the road
never would or could be completed, but
were anxious for the immediate abandon
ment of an impracticable and visionary
scheme. The expression of opinions of
this character was by no means confined
to the ignorant, but was heard from the
lips of gentlemen of high reputation. The
possibility oi constructing the road with
in relation to the Florida Treaty and to -tareas god fish in lhe sea as as any caught out, t any means at the command of Georgia
the Annexation of Texas, unfolding the : ni S and catch another.' " H. N. was not only denied, but it was gravely
DieoVfn Buncombe Co., on the 7lh June,
IlenryiWest, in the 88th year of his; age;
Mr. West was a remarkable man, j He
was enlisted under f Paul Jones ;" made-
his escape from a man of war, somcUime
near i 780. and made manv other I hair ;
Conscientiously belie re that religion should '-breadth escapes. About forty years ago,
ttot.bet suffered to form a branch of gen- I he was taken up on suspicion of murdering
'ai i u nc emiraiinn witi a iiur it c r i ? s i.,, n,v,i met i
Avoiding conflict to opinion, may properly ' ces were so strong, that he was condemn-
cave that SUl eel to the irvilunnrps of t1 In Kp linntr. nrtd was nn thr senffold.
or;,thefr domi stic eirolfv
THE copartnership of Witherspoon,Pritchard ;i, Co.
having been dissolved by mutual consent; the bu
siness will hereafter be conducted under the name .of
; PRITCIIARD, ROSEBOROUGII & Co.
In- losinsr, Mr. I. A. Witherspoan, we have lost a gentle-
inconsistencies and treachery of the Mis-
sounan in these matters. The Creole and
Encomium case is also explained, and
Mr. Benton's assertions disproved by facts
on record. !
He-then concludes by assailing Mr.
Benton in his new position as an ally of
the enemy and this portion of his argu
ment is worthy of the closest study and
proves conclusively that his alliance is
! worth as little as his enmity, for his falla-
man and an agreeable copartner, out we trust nave not . BWm t h nr.ncn.rf ,,1,;.
lost that principle that should actuate honest men ;in. the
transaction of business, and in offering ourselves to the
puBlic in the 1
insisted that no such improvement was
necessary that if the road were comple-
A ,J11 Vf r"r I ted. the country would be found to nro-
To the Hon. John M. Morehead, Chair- ( duce for exportation nothing but apples
man of the Executive Committee of and feathers."
the Salisbury Convention. ' In m3' subsequent visits, I perceived. as
r r mi i io , the road advanced, the tribe of croakers
Lome, Ga., 22d June, 1819. , retircd Thc cntirc racc has now ceaseJ
My Dkar Sin: I arrived here last to exist. On my present journey, 1 have,
night, and avail of the first day's pause in found no one, who would not resent as
my journey to present, in compliance with an imputation of defectiveintclligence or
your request, my views upon some of the patriotism, thc suggestion that he had, at
topics which were discussed in thc bans- j any time, or under any circumstances, op
posed this great scheme of State policy.
i he day may not be far distant when
The closing paragraphs strip-off the 1 bury Convention.
CARRIAGE MAKING BUSINESS j jackdaw plumes of patriotism, in which 1. Will three millions of dollar?, thc
, , , J- ' j the pretended lovers of Union have ar-' sum contemplated by the charter, be suf-
But the ; and the rope ' nicely adjusted" about his Laments. We have no disposition to puff our estab- I rayed themselves, to serve as scarecrows ucient to construct ana equip tne road :
niirnntn in M.i,w.-.. ..!: i I. J.A - . i i. . 1. r 1 ij.i . : .1 ui: :. k: 1 r,.i 1 In thncp pppmpn n thp .Smith nssprtmor. pnntpvs IrifiT. When m V atiention Vfli lirst
i ' v i wni 1 IVllJjlUU, , neC K, W lie II I ttrOU g ll lilt! .lUlcrveilllUU Ol iisMiurm ill iuc (iuuik Ji iiuo, urnij; aasuicu uiai nunr uuu v . .u . w . v . ... . v . . . 0 - j
Wflsto tlie AtJibliLhmniit nf th. i;iw.rfv : ri t?L.; ntn0 v rocniipliml the character of our work will secure to us; a share of ; their eoual rights under the Constitution : turned to this inauirv, I entertained seri-
IfarAof alio, cartW is a peryer-1 from the Governor, and WrZr!;! ous misgivings upon the subject. I have
reason too mbnstrous for belief. r; Vm" and Henry West lived till 1849J(; f No. i,and go where theyJiave the most confidence proclaim that we should 44 manfully do our availed my sell ot every reliable source oi
'Batvci the abuses af religion rnavbe. 1I itR,l hi Hih1 vtpm.t!r.ll. f and H Mst treated, and get the bescjob for their iroriey. Our ' duty to save both the Union and ourselves, information within my reach, at present
rhavri bcciJ cross euouuh in all! swore, bv rule, and both were dailv nerl! 1 ork bJ!eTJ &jZMVli- if it. can be done consistently wfth our entertain no doubts upon it.
Sof the wprld tinder the intolerance .formed. He had procured his winding! Mocksville N. C., Jan! li, 1849. tf36 " H equality and our safety ; and if not. to I lfavc travelled five times over thc
"imnant sectarianism, they do not and sheet, socks, tec., some two or threeearsj i i The undersigned having been connected with the a- j save, ourselves at an events auuing, main stem oi tne ueorS.a iva. uodu ex
Clnnot impair the rcalitv and vitality of : hpfnrp llonth .aln oni or two enfTiri4 ; on' ! bove establishment from its commencement ';in Mocks- ! that in 'doing so we should but follow the tending from Augusta to Atlanta 171
Wigiohitself The simplicity of the reli- of which he would not be buried in', beMi v ntiWery gently, ar having a knowledge of the example of our Washington in the great miles, with a branch from Union Point to
v L'f11 ,s reflected in republican
j.1'1 referring to the spiritual
government of manf as a creature of the
yivme.Vil, the other to the temporal Or-JW-of
the fracfl in the civil independence
J!!w individual. The latter is more
G Tj?x,$nly becatisc ot the variety of
"rMlluons atJd intercourse with each
T"cn.bt.t both ri
.PP'e elements of benevolence and obe-
iiiri 1 1 ii si i n ii s in i 110 irMiii in i'iih rirf run wmirp 1 .
n:o h hnrl n fn 1 1 1 net nnt. With thn makfif ik ..u.i; ,u...i, ,n,A ...;.u A ! SlTUffKie
v v W LV M V4 . v w - - - - - -r- llir 111111 ii: L 1 1 I L iiir V U C UIC L41 ItU Tt 1L11 ILJJ n UI blllu 11 ww
which severed the Union be- Athens of 39 miles, making the aggre-
of it. Henrv West will lone be remehiberi- ! and materials, can execoteia as good and fine a style as ! tween the Colonies and the Mother coun- gate length of 2I0 miles
T J . . ;J s!li i i rn ' J.i ' .l -ri. n -ii . .- . -.1 rii I ... C f'K
ed in Rnnenmbe. fnr his manv sinpufar eeti
centricities, ' ; I !
nmto tU er V'VY "nCC f,God en,,t s St. Louis, from the 2d January, 1849, .t0
iiPiritOau!llT. ?f mfnms the 9th Lluly. are stated by the cify HeP
'lmsei? enn7 ' a&d "J1"' IegisIti nS for ; gister t(j have been 5,537, of which! 3,2G
Jne btriSEni 10 ahle extent, the Di- ; Werc deaths from cholera. With the exN
'ra,.Vn.?Vol?r'Ccl knd cheerful v. obevs ' .:kTr .u : t?Lk.,-.U
VNtne enacts for his civil cmvnrn.
- m m m k w m mm
Cholera in Cincinnati and St. LoUis.r
The nuinber pf deaths in Cincinnati duM
ring the; monih ending July 1G, wasSGlS-,!
of which 2475 were by cholera, -f
The aggregate number of internments iii
the derided stockholders in our present
rail roads may be regarded as successful
pioneers in i nooie M,em oi iiupruvc
ments. How such a result may be pro
duced I may attempt to show hereafter.
North Carolina like Georgia, has made,
an ineffectual effort to sell out ; whether
she will further emulate the example of
her sister, and icorh out, is now to be de
termined. 2 Taking it for granted that three mill
ions will prove an ample fund to cons
struct and equip the road, the more .diffi
cult inquiry remains to be answered
how can that three millions be" obtained ?
In thc first place, a million of dollars in
the stock of thejeompany must be sub-
try" an illustration pregnant with mean- The distance from Charlotte via Salis
ing, warning, and example. May friends bury and Raleigh to Goldsborough, by the
nnrl fn tinlh nrnfit hv if . rnnrl nrdinarilv travelled, is about the
This meagre abstract does no justice to same distance, (210 miles.) The letter scribed by individuals, work to the value
this masterly appeal to the Southern peo- from Judge King, President of the Geor- ' of half this sum must be done, and then
meand we would earnestly ursc everv eia rail road, which 1 read to the Uonvcn- tney are auiuu ueu i w ir
heretofore, and cheerfully recommend them as 'worthy of
I. A. WITHERSPOON,
HAVE feceived a lare supply of fresh AiSirtlCIl ' "uu v- u. nuum laintouj mgu cici j ,gia iau ivcj, ......... - . rf
Seed, and as theywere selected by la friend of man'who would master this great theme, tion, and a copy of which I communicate lion of two millions on the pari oi do
iU: 1,0 a Inroi iim rlonlt in tfiat lini nf hnsi- . 1 I. I : -,l I .. .1 1 . U I ...Wt. ! t r in i m'n-wl nn! rtv eativfae. State. The otatC IS then tO pa tier SUll-
hess, they therefore recommend them i to ihe frndsand j utterances of the great champion of tory. The inquiries-submitted to him, : scription pri wjh with the individual
the pubhc generally, as the bgst artick of Garden Seed b P J , manv intelligent stockholders, as the work progresses, in
that have ever oeen orousnt to mis marR?i. aiuohk kvh. " - t j . ,
them may be found Snap, Refugee, French, China, i
Dwarf, Butter, and Lima Beans ; Long Grefrn and bar- The Lc
A r... ..a rri fram pa- nA nni Yei- have unammousl
jLwari iuauuniuifl"" ."'"1; - ) -t
tvi- 4..,: "
inrl -fcKiSn . WIlV: s exist religion
- i' m'ii v,iuti n i- ii . i -
lliU.i t. ... k 3v,ro tlie tormer. : u:U . u., k joko
11 U IUC lalier Will iniiviinl i ill HUitu mcic u'nc iiuu utcu ucoiua in
;-prarcny ana licentiousness. j ot ouf ITOIU cuolcra-
till TUr . cmli8m. pub-
csthc followini blasnhemn.w kI.."i
thcrehas not been for the period (of siM i 7T.; EMy fellow sugar .red ip. long able block
X ' i . u . i I ij I blood, and white sugar Beets ; early York, sugar loat, atlonaj
months and a quarter, but a single, wee4 j wfnteVdrurnhead,flat Dutch, red Dutch, ad mountain ; ' .
ikimi r wriii'ii nun
; gons famiHar vjlh guch UDjecls ana , ner own six per nu -;
rislaturl of New Hampshire I have found no one from Carndcn to this will not permit to uu u ; 1;"
V voted to present a suit- place who distrusts the accuracy ol ttiis tan tnese ' - UA
i n ' .u " wci,:n,t ':,!.. m!.! SnilMman. for cash at par '. u w,ur,,fcU
ui lauuc IU IUC T fi-Miiiiiuiu ciiiiiiv;
tever may hb our offences, wo nr nr..
nr n m H if ti,.
ewKJ i.r F. " 4Ut, no
ir 'w,l?t Pelore US aiid mnrn iKan ii. I
5 r - .r U.UW1VHCU
;raeoame.huh God.: The remedv of
is to prove to humanity lhat God
Flowers of Rhetoric Ve imagine that thd
sole organ will get its vocabulary of viiuperai
lion nretiy well aired beore the surhmer is
. 1 t .
"cr. u now styles wen.
f ed sepulchre next day, a
Make a bote of it, and see what the pepper
box will sprinkle the next
faylor a 4 whUeni,4
il i -i.i uuu:-- f
uruve uiu auiuici.
tirtic it is turned op
.snow head Letuce
iearly bash Squash.
m Present journey. 1 passed over to tbroxv ,Ue whole amount at onee upon
iKfrom AuSLa. in -he the Jomes.ic market, or lo rely cl
The r.2 miles of road from the ly upon a fon ign ma ket, success ouM
National Monument, with the name of the On
c.. i :i i .i - . I .i r;...
- w i .i ;i ih iiiciTiiipii riprpnn u irrci mi v in iiih rnp iirvi
snow head taDDage ; mng uraiigc vurriii , ivr, u . - . - r rn,l f,m iV,o U' nnotl
long scarlet Radish, purple lurnip, siuggeiiuiiui me uoaru oi jucciuia ui iiiguu a iic n'"-- " , 'rtt ,un rln,,hffnl
the Association, and havs appropriated Social Circle to Atlanta are consirucieu ; uj " !o absorb this public debt
8300 to the object. New Hampshire is over a country morc undulating, present- j 'e;"X mnn" ourselves, and this T
the first State which has adopted the sug- . ing deeper ravines, more trequent icage i
It is very desira-
PRICE & UTLEY,
concord, x. c. I
April 27, 1848.
t- i k - i i nr. iiiiii rv. iiiuv w' -
gestion. and larger masses oi rocu, u , uays Firstf many
We saw yesterday another enormous found in the most difficult section o u. , b--- be ftble and wiU.
i block of4 marble drawn along Pennsylva- road. I happened to find two gc"""""' '7fttllin a considerable jportiori of
rs, one a n;uie ui v... .
LAND DEEDS -Beautifully
printed ancf for sale here
nia avenue by eight or ten horses, intend- in the cars.
ument. Piat. Int. Mississippi anu
ing to retain
'"". r. . . i .u-.r rprr nts in tins ncrroanc.n,
ed for some particular position in the mon- . other of Chatham, rcMdmg ai prrM.,.w. . . desirable, species of invest-
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