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fit Fruirrthe Greensborough Patriot. . , I
A fevT day siiK-e.iiie loiiowing coromunicn.
aij":woi addressed li Iter. Mrl Parker of
tb Proliant MhiImmIU deiiorninatiiin, at that
lirn pr aching in lK ' Tree Church as ii U
called, lhal i a place of divine worship open
p ofeMing Chrisi an) iq the village of
JumeitAwit I I ' '' '' ''
77 lrV P,trlr . X
l Will you please innounre tnlynur audi
cnc ihal there will Wenching in lhis place
on SabUtU the 2Uth Abpl at 11 o'clock, A. Mr
bj . . " , Xouri &c,
! I . Jessk McBjupe.
Though the Uer M. -paiker refused very
properly to make the above announcement, Mc.
4 . . . i i . ' . I 1.1 u
liriue umeu gave out inai ue wnuiu pcatu i
toe flaceiahd lime referred to in his noie.
RtrW, the prevailing impression in liuilforrj
and evry oilier Voutii y of ihe Slate whereh
has rerna'med anv leiib of time being that this
same Jesse McUride is an abolition emissan.
nrid hairjng Jately le-i jponvirted by a juryof
iweive jjoou nnij lawiuij mrii in mo iuihj ui
Forsythe ol endeavoring In circulate pampbleis
of an iriflaminafory rirideililiu tendency, and
entenCed therefor Jii (he '-whipping post, the
curie " or a blessing; can honeilT, ay he be-
any, good in
iev rt iney are doing or can no
Guilford county. $ Let them return to Indiana
or Ohio." or tcheierer tliev came from.' All
nood men would feel relieved by
oailure. None who love the 'ood name I
their country, or respect Jier safety and bappi-.
ness4 would have them star. Therjha.re very
leV sympathise .among us. T&e goid Qua
kera of the county give them no pUcejfn their
pulpits, and aunitedduiet and determined op.
postiori to them throughout the county 'will
accomplish all lhat could lie desired, f James
town has done her duty. Let b very.; part of
Guilford 4mitaie the example of that village,
and ibus; wiihout anf mob law or violence, the
credit of Ofd Guilfotd will be restored among
her sister counties. And wbil true to the
nghls of the South, we will perform som; ser
vice to our noble Union, by tea rhing he free
soil hypocriies aid families of the Norlbv who
areendangering it s existence h) iheif, opposi
tion to ihe Constitution and laws of Congress,
gemenii oi ympa
to expect from us.
Almost the entire press seem to agree
in the opinion that the authorities of Uos
ton. did their utmost to secure a fair and
impartial trial in the execution of the fu
gitive slave law, in the case of Sims.-
Whatever may have been the action or
advice of those pests society, the aboli
tionists, who are a disgrace to humanity
and a foul spot upon any community which
has them in its midst, ithey at least, did
. r- sir ' a . - '
not swerve the omcers ot the law irom
doing duty boldly, openly and fearlessly,
although, every possible obstacle was
thrown in their way. Although the for
mer attempts to execute this law in Bos
ton resulted in a failure, this case proves
that it can be executed, and shows that
the people are determined that it shall.
But Boston has not yet entirely cleared
herself of the odium Which rest upon her
name in the South. She ought, in justice
TEE CAROLINA iWATCllMAN.
" - ( i - - rj.'. - i - - ' "
Salisbury, N. C.
I tfl hr!5lf In trn n fnur ctdhs fnrtbp nnrl
that thev have no encouragement oi sympathy . t 't :I r e
' iirva- ill m it f i i ri b w v wm luk'k'i iti v m
Y v V MJV Ul liwvl i3 t f J- Ul voOIUIIij VS I
allegiance to the constitution and laws of
TRAGEDY IN GREEN
TnmSDlT ETpIXGi 3I1Y 1, 1851.
Constitutional Reform. The Counties
of Buncombe and Henderson have held
public meetings op the subject of the pro
posed reforms in the Constitution of our
State, both of which, have declared in fa
vor of a Convention for the purpose, and
against amendments by the Legislature.
This is also the undoubted sentiment of
Rowan, but shehas not, asyet. given a pub
lic expression thereof. Will she not do so?
It is not too soon for action, and her voice
should be heard advocating the rights of j
the people, and in suitable tones ofdenun- j
- . ' r . .. '
- DCFReau the al tide in this paper bead
ed Davidson College.' Parents who have
children whom they expect to educate
would surely fine it to their advantage to
purchase scholarships in this Institution.
College tuition for SO years for the small
sum of lOQt dollars is certainly as cheap
as could be desired.
Andrew Wilson was arrested at Nash
ville, Tenn., on the 12th April for a post
office robbery, committed a few weeks
before. He entered by a false key the
back door of the office.
Mr. Clingman. The Raleigh Stan
dard says: " It. is not a little remarkable
that there is but one Whig paper in the
State (ihe Asheville News) which cordi-
COUNTY the United States, and of her willingness
iu, ace justice uoue me oouiu, oy prompt
ly brinsinsr to bear the force of the law
The Pauldiqg (Miss.) Clarion ofthf5lh against those Jmad capped demagogues
people of Jarneitown resolved that he should mst., contntns a long account jot the elope- who violently endeavored td interpose ev
profanq ho pulpit nor preach in any public place ment of the wife pj a .planter in Florida ery hinderance in their reach to the due
over which they had any .control.' A meeting with a Mississippian from Hancock coun- and impartial administration of justice in
was held and a sejriei of resolutions were pass- ty, by the name of Hardy, who was living this and former cases. Let them feel that
ed aridjpublished m tnej last number of ihe Pa- in Florida. The guilty wife assisted her there is law which wpll apply to those
irioi, ino amouin m nm paramour to steal irom ner inyurea nus- wno tieiy tne law ana 'attempt to annul
of a cojnrnitioe to inform McHride, ihut neither ban(j a negro boy, a pair of hordes and it, and their want of principle and desti-
h nor bis accomplicfi.. Crooks and Bacon, arnagea double1 barrel gun, and some tution of honest motives wU very plainly
liouldjpteach in Hiirch or any public olher property, with which jthey started appear. In no other way can the South
groundji m Jame.towj Mcb.uKs reply to reslJence of Hardy's mother, in be convinced that those people will do
the committee was that; he wouid fulfil bis ap- fl . .,. r.w -- . .L lL .- . t - -
. v - r Hancock county, Miss;, which point they them justice, and to this it must come at
-. i . . I. i . - safplv .'rbpH. Tbft nnfrnn'Pfl hilishanH last, if" tbp nurnnsA rf thp cnmmiiniln ?
Tbiiintention being Known, some oi tne en- p v r; i r i 11 ' ! ... j -
iteni 4r Greensboro' rhd others from the coun. finding himself robbed of probertyl as well sincere, as their course in the late case
II WUIU IllUIVtitl,!
It is confidently asserted by the North-
pj if fcecessary, in tbti posi'ion they had ;W man him ; he could jiot consent to follow em press that for the future all difficul-
umedUiy iheir published resolutions. - j hert and to a friend namedj Smith was ties as to the execution -of this law are at
jThejr found the peonle of Jamestown" fully delegated the task of pursuing the fugi- art end ; that those who so factiously in-
preparrd and determinfidio protect their church lives. Smith traced them tojGren coun- terposed to embarrass .the. officers of the
and vijlagfe from the desecration ajid, insult tyrMiss., where he learned they toad ar- law, must be convinced that their attempts
rived m Hancock, and were
allv sustains Mr. Clinirman in the rallant
wiawuuui tua. uuuuuggn, u.uu ... pay, he f Soulhern Rights.'
haseen successfully practiced, upon the
State. We trust that a meeting will be
held on some day during the week of our
Superior Court. Then let our people meet
together and talk the matter over. The
question is a plain one : They have only
to choose one of, two plans for making
Philip S. White. This gentleman lec
tured at Hendersonville a few days since,
and 40 persons gave in their names to
the proposed amendments, to the Consti-! join the Sons of Temperance. He is to
tution. There are few of them, we be- j be at Statesville on the 0th and 10th of
which shad impudently been threatened in den-
ahce of their protestation. Thy assembled in
frqnt of ihe Free Church and quietly awaited
tK result. The hour of appoinUneiit, "jit
6locHA. M." came, but MeBride camo hot
with it. They remained long enough to be
atisfid that he had abandoned v his purpose,
ad having tlius fully ajccomplished all they had
proposed, they left Ihe jrhnrcjand soon separa-
tea lorineir respective nomes.
at jthe resi- herealter will be fruitless and that they
dence of Hardy's mother. The assist- must give way before the weightof public
anco of a couple of resolute men iwas ob- opinion against them. It is to be hoDed
tained ; the three made a descent on, the that this will prove to be the case If
house, and entered the room where II ar- everyone who goes there to reclaim a
dy and hisrguilty companion werp in bed fugitive will meet with the same delays
before he was avvare of their presence. , and the same vexatious proceedings, as
Hardy, who is represented as "k man of marked?the cases that have already oc-
herculean strength, leaped from I the bed curred, then this law will be of very little
lieve, that have not already decided it in
their own minds $and hence we have
said the sentiment of Rowan is for a Con
vention. They wish to put a stop to this
thing of mixing up in every canvass some
new question of amendment, and thus
prevent that distraction of the public mind
from matters of more practical and sub
stantial importance. A Convention will
accomplish all the work and have done
with it. Politicians will work at it every
canvass for twenty years, and work them
selves into places of honor and profit, and
waste the people's money in Buncombe
speeches without making them any profit
We would call the attention of the. friends of Eduea.'
tion, to the proceeding, of jbe Board of Trusties of Da
vidson Colle?, which we nnex:
Wiiees it is highly important to the irlteresls of
Educate and Rtli-ion, ikat Davidson Cl!,e shoaid
be endowed with-a permauent fund, the incoaM;
from which, shall be sufficient to secure the services i '
a larger body of Teachers than are now employed, a4 "I
furnish topthe community bn favorable terms he adTan
tajjes of thorough and complete instruction, j ' !'
The Board of Trustees of Davidaun College, do re
solve, f .j -
lft That one thonsand'scholamhps in paid Insuln-
j tiHib created and offered for sale, on the following-
2d. Any person paying, or securing to thq Truttees-'
of said Institution, the sum of one hundred d!lars, shall
be entitled to One of said scholarship, and shall enjoy
the privilege of educatinj at said Institution jfree from,
all charges for tuition, a pppil, who may be either a ton
or nomineee, for, and durih the term of twenty yiara..
3d. No sale of scholarships shall be binding, until the
sale of four hundred scholarships shall be Completed,,
and all contracts for the purchase of scholarships which
shall thfn have been made, khall be payable! from and
after that period. '
4th. All sales of scho!a;hips which shall be rnade af
ter the four hundred scholarships specified ia the third
section, shall be for cash. ;
5tb. The purchaser may enjoy the advantage of a
scholarship at such time, and at such intervals," as he
may in his discretion think proper. The whole time of
enjoyment not to exceed twenty yearn. Us may also
place at the Institution, not mora than two pupils attHe-
... n 1 .. .L' L i . 1 . 1 a . , .
iiiic uur, in w 1111,11 ct-in me ienn oi nis 6cnolariuiip,
shall be diminished in the same proportion.
Gth. Any individual, asaciation of individuals, or con
gregation, who shall pay cr secure to the Trustees of
Davidson College, the suns of five hundred dollars, shall
be entitled to a perpetual scholarship, to which the par
ty may appoint any pupil, he or they may thint proper..
th. The funds arising jTrom the sale of scholarships
shall be invested in bonds stocks of the State, or of
the United State?, the bonds of North Carolina, or well'
secured individual bonds, and the income only, arising,
from such investment, ehhll be. appropriated to increase
the advantages of Education in said Institution.
tth. All scholarships created ty these proceedings,.
j both limited and perpetual, may be assigned, or devised'
DC"3 We have received the May No. of i b' wiI1 and in case of intestacy shall be passed to Ad"-.
the National Monthly Magazine, publish- n,ini?tr axu" a9 "'proper.
, . . r i . i i sa'es f scholarships shall be made after the
ed by Stringer & Townsend, 222 Broad- ; lstof Januarv A lh
It is not at all remarkable that every De
mocratic paper sustains the gentleman
in his positions generally.
DCP The ceremony of commencing the
work on the East Tennessee and Virgin
ia Hail Road was celebrated at Straw
berry Plains oti the 21st March.
BLANKS IN TAYLOUSVILLE.
Mr. A. Carson is our agent in Taylors
ville for the sale of Blanks. lie has on
hand a general assortment.
i JUt 31CUriie, as U ijo sa,ve appearances at nuu, uuamicu aa uc najaiuc m ui man- ciavuuai auvauingc m mc ouuiu, su mi as
rrijiich hi posiihle.comiirotnised by holding frir ing good his escape from th three!, Iut Boston or the State of Massachusetts is
al he. house of one Poller a short distance out a blow with the butt of one of the guns concerned.
cf jhejvillage and beyq'nd the river. knocked him down, when he wassecurely The Legislature of tbat State seems to
fllajring done all to vhich they ha3 pledged bounds The property was recovered, but be deeply imbued with the same spirit
themselves, the. ciii?eds of Jamestowi. did not th WOman declined eoinar back to Flori- which characterized the fanaties in all
'iWnkbrop The partV returned trx these proceedings.' Instead of promptly!
Mn j ana v.o.ate J?-JI5n;r m in" pr,"J. Green with their prisoner, wheh Smith doing their duty, by repealing the law of
i . . wuu p- ...... vul.u... - r ' I rlism;SSPft h s ass slants, and! after ironinn- the Stat whirh fnrhirlsthA nf th iaiU
his leg, took his seat by the silde of Hardy of the Qonfinement of fugitives, they seem
in the carriage, the negro boy riding be- disposed to throw further obstacles in the
und on Smith s horse. Two miles from way of the law, and to do all in their
where he' left bis assistants, Wraith was power to practically nullifyit and make
afterwards found murdered, hisrrfionej-"atl it of no effect. Memberjs selm to vie with
taken, as well as one of the carriage hors- ecli other in proposing (measures obnox-
largc congregation. Aid from the nutnlier f es, and Hardy and the negro gorie. The ious to Southern feelings, and from all
nrgraes vmany oi mrm isjaes; vyno swunneu conclusion is mat tne negro, wno nau luai we can learn, noining win De uone
through. Jamestown in that direciion, doubt, been i very imprudently permitted Ao car- vslhich will induce the South to believe
le.ia 8o naurnougu copgrmiii uu Miiureu spin ry a b0wie knife, stabbed SmithUrom be- that iMassachusetts will comply with the
iuyto sympathize with him in heing excluded hlndr an(J lhen relieved Hardy, mnd that obligations of the federal compact. Tis
mm ti . ",v 1
premises. Ibis explanation is gifen. merely
tecauio there are certain heroes who did not
g'y hot descant on mjghty deeds of prowess
which the future historian of the world would
haVe io record had they been there. I have no
reoorl of Mc Bride's meeting at lotlers lo fr-
nlsh tho 'public. lie Smust have had a prelti
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from the village herond the River.
, alio sotne good citizens prerent, it was said,
( Wiio prompted by curiosity alone, attended on
the occasion. ' I
the latter, as his hands weje loose, also true that there are some who are still dis-
issisted. Strong efforts were making to posed to act fairly, but it is to be feared
arrest the murderers. ! that their voice will be impotent for good.
u : : p i i : 1 1 . . -
In-connection wiih this attair l would re- , . TJ,,Ar . L. r . , , .. .
- - o i ; . i i hkh.akmih r h 1 1 . a t h Kir y a 1nR.s11irn1.1nnN ni rnniir rnnin mm inar
pecuuiiy iunmii a lew moognis twnner. - , . im - -
' 'Abroad Guilford U both misunderstood and few davs since the papers tontained the State, and cause our people to regard
miirenresented. Yet ai th renutation the account of the death of a man in Boston iail. them as our worst enemies. Hal. Star.
T.J ; r . - .... . J ; I
world gives is of st.niB mportance as well to who had been put in there tor some paltry
Slates and counties asiindividuaU, and espe. debt. He was a man of education, a gra- PvALEIGH AND GASTON ROAD.
clalljr io at the present, delicate and danger
us Crisis, V hat "is paid I Guilford abroad ?
Ijj'sre not charged wish: free-soilism sneered
at jal Ihe harbor and ijiead quarters ol Abolition
emniissaries ? Hut jt It be the Task of others
to recount further thejbasn and insuliing charg.
ei wiihwhich we are stigmatized. The news
paper! publish them land whenever a Guilford
man leaves the C'ounltyi he meets ihenvif not
base and uuvarnirhei , Vet lurking covertly in
flQCn eipresnions, as 'What do you Guilford
ppple mean by pertpijtihg McHride, Crooks
abd 'Bacon lo stay aung you?" "Iftbey
.' should dare enter ileijtie, Caswell, &c." And
then the smile f incredulity or scorn with
which any denial or jeiplanatinn he makes is
uniformly received, is if possible more pro.
Yoking than a direct charge of freesoilism. I
teir you, Messrs. Bdilore, that no true citizen
i)f Cuilf)rd-can hearpnmoved the taunts and
sijeers against the (Jminiy of his birth or his
ftdoptioh. In order til Iviudicate our fair fame,
let, us remove every foundation for such charg.
eij 'JIow then have Wecquired jhis reputa-
tion bave all tb world conspired to asperse
ui t The virtue of a, pure anddsscreet woman
tha vilest dare not blander, tu, an indis
creet woman ihoughlf'lpuie as the icicles that
hang on Dinn's temple r will soon have to com
plain of, this world's want of charity. It is
false th&tGutlf.'rd isifreesoil in her character
uate of one of New Lngland s J colleges. Petersburg meeting. We learn from a
Yet he was a white man, and a fnerciless private source that, at the meeting in Pe
creditor inforced, not the fugitive law, but tersburg of those interested in the Raleigh
the law for the collection ofldebtjs, put him and Gaston Railroad on Tuesday, about
in jail, where hejingered, aJnd fitially died $100,000 were subscribed to the Stock of
of consumption in the felons Cell. We the new Company forming to become part
heard of no rescue, or attenjipt tb rescue ? ner with the State. The meeting was ad
On Saturday the telegraph informed us dressed by Genl. R. M. Saunders, and very
that a black man named Sims was arres- liberal feelings were exhibited. All honor
ted, charging him with being a fugitive to Petersburg she has done noblv. The
Col. Benton. 'This man, with his cha
racteristic impudence,! visited the city of
St. Louis, a few days before the Munici
pal election, and almost instantly after
his-arrival there, set to work as for dear
life, to carry the election in opposition to
the city administration. He made a pub
lic speech the same day of his arrivat,
bitterly assailing the Mayor and Alder
men, and bringing wholesale charges
against them. His object is said to have
been the commencement, in that city, of
a great revolution of public sentiment
which he avowed it was his purpose to
effect in his behalf throughout the State.
Hence he attempted, to mix himself in the
city contest, and to cause the election to
turn on the question of Benton or no Ben
ton. He went on swingingly for a few
days, but quite unexpectedly Mr. Ken
nett, the Mayor, met him in one of the
Wards and replied to his speech. It was
a death blow to old Bullion, who it seems,
had no more personal interest in the af
fairs of the city than any other citizen of
Missouri. After this encounter he has
tened home and shut himself up, and there
remained until after the election ; and as
the result failed to accord with his wish
es, he is again a repudiated man.
way, i. l. it contains a larger amount
and variety of reading matter than most
I The following forms of Bond and Certificate were
1 adopted to carry out the foregoing act of the Board cf '
Trustees. : ;
DC3 We tender to Mr. Holden, at Ra-
Know all men by the6 presents. That I
bind myself, my heirs, executors, adruin- ,
istrators. to nav lo the Treasurer of the Board of Trns -
h, our thanks for a pamphlet copy of! tees of Davidson Colle-o, the sum of one hundred doll
the Speech of the Hon. Win. B. Shepperd, j brs. . f
upon the right of Secession, Revolution,1, The condition of this obligation is, that vherea th
&c, delivered in the Senate of the last 'YL . -L. rr. i,
Iliao vino uaj pui(uam. u 1 I ' M 1 1 1 1 1 u liuncri VI &ai
Collec?. a scholarfihio created hv certain reAoIulinni f.f
the Board of Trustees, adopted on the 27th of March,
1851, this obligation is not to take effect and be binding.
Legislature of North Carolina.
DGr3 An adjourned meeting of the
Stockholders ojf thev Salisbury and Tay
lorsville Plank Jload Company will be
held at the Court House in Salisbury, on
Tuesday of May County Court.
The Raleigh Times is out in an enlarg
ed form and new dress. It now corres
ponds in size and appearance with -the
Register, Star, and Standard. The edit
or is a spicy and ready writer, and merits
until four hundred scholarships shall be sold, as provided
by 6aid resolutions.
Certificate for purchasers of scholarships.
To all whom it may concern.
This is to certify, that
having paid to the Treasurer of Davidson Collpe, Uie
sum of one hundred dollars, is entitled to .one scholar
ship in said College, according to the provisions of an
Act passed by the TrusU-es of said College, on the 27 ih
of March, lcol, a copyof which is annexed to thin cer
Charles Sumner, the abolitionist, has
at last received the vote of the Massa
chusetts Legislature for Senator in Con
gress for six years from March last. It
is passing strange that after the part
which Sumner has taken in relation to
slave. There was danger.iriot of his be- public spirit and enterprise of her citizens ! the Fugitive Slave Law. that he should ! and amon
have been elected. It is, however, the
result of a combination between the Free
ing putin-jail and lingering as the white cannot be too much commended ; and con-
debtor had lingered, but there was danger
ot his being sent back to the bauth from
whence he had escaped, under the provis
ion of the fugitive law. This case excites
to .madness the men who
and seen the white man die in prison for
had i stood by
held in the
Murder. A letter from Middletown,
Ct., dated April 13, gives the partiqulars
of a murder which occurred in that place
in the Wesleyan University :
' The rebellion originated in the Sopho- '.
more class ; the students had been forbid- j
den attending the Court which had been j
in session here during the past week. 1
The majority of the Sophomore class, in
defiance of this rule, attended the Court
last Tuesday, and were suspended in con
sequence. " Some words upon the subject occur
ring to day, between a student and one
of the professors, the student, who was
from the South, drew a pistol upon the
! professor and shot him through the heart.
Great excitement preyails in the College
the citizens. The student was
arrested this afternoon amd lodged in the
or, her symnalfues,
ana indiscreet enoo
tbeie charges. It is-
riiorje unfairly Irom ihe
debt. They fly together.
is alarmed. Meetings are
neiuhborinsr towns; and
C C7 '7 j ., - .
passed denouncing the law under which
this arrest is madeahd offWingj their ser
vices to release all black men by force of
arms, and to trample the laws of the Union
under foot to accomplish this purpose !'
tiere is consistency, lor, you i Header,
vhatdoyou think of it i Ohio State Jour
DCpThe Directors of the N. C. Railroad
Company we learn have been notified to
meet in Raleigh on the 12th of May. By
that time, we ;presume, the surveys will be
! completed and the reports in regard to lo
boro' on the second Thursday in July next.
Greensboro 1 atrwt.
we nave been imprudent
to give perhaps color to
true we are treated the
fact lhal other counties, as
perhaps equally Wzfi to the charge of free,
oilisrn uith Guillord, are unnoticed, and she
tilone is singled out kjs the ohiect of nuh'.ic cen.
sure. But as Ion? as notorious and convicted
aholiiionists ar hijliored and. permitted to
preach in the Cotinty oa-the sarna level wilb
tbfc. true members fjTth tJorpel of Christ, as
Iptig as slaveholders iare so careless as to per
mil meirtneRroei ipijiisien to tne in. les, as
ooj ai cllride, dreok and Bacon, et id om
i gtnui. nrc treated with hospitality and con.
ffdeuce, and find anwl sympathy or-encourage
hint, to long we ;wjl haa the charge of free
toilism cast in our' leethx The South may
cbmplain lhat the Fo jitie slave law is not ex.
Vcuted by the North, but while she cherishes
free toilers in her j bbsorn to poison the mind
rif the slave against his matter and teach him to
fly to a Free iState, what can she expect but that
fie will be received and protected fjonrhis own-
r when he arrives there.
i rijc Bride and his Colleagues are freesotlcrt
6f the worst stamp. I They say perhaps they
AN ACT to establish certain post roads in
the United States aijd the Territories there-of.
A gunmauer in rans, name: uevisme.
has recentlyJhvented a lead bullet ter
minated with a noint of steel, which can
be-used for rifles of every description. This
new ball will with ease piejree the thickest
sheet iron, fifty and a hundred yards dis
tant. For killing large, and thick skinned
animals, it will greatly surpass any ball
ever uJed. ?
V..- - ; - i fy - -
A most wonderful piece off linen has
been woven for the Word's Exhibition, in
the north of Ireland, nearf Walringstown.
by a weaver named George Hfddock. It
is a web of fine cambric t handkerchiefs.
Small print can be readthrotgh it, and
yet the web is'sq close and compact that
a single thread could not be distinguished
without me aia oi a microscope, or rather
vvehb glass The cambric, when held up
to the light, looks like a fane and airyfab
ric. In the production p( this beautiful
gossamerrlooking cambric, Mr. Haddock
almost realized what classic j fiction as
cribed to the performance df Arachne,
sidering the heavy burdens they have here
tofore assumed for' works' of imorovement
in Virginia, openingbighwaystotheir town j soilers and Democrats. The Whigs re
and, too, their losses in this same road; we 1 sisted them nobly and to the end, but it
confess we regard this subscription as very was all in vain,
liberal and highly honorable. ..
PrnrrrPin nhnrintinn is marlft slnwl v. Fifteen of OUT COUntrV inen have been
however, elsewhere. Perhaps they hardly murdered within the last twenty-five days, j cation and estimates prepared.
vt rprh aonnnnn in 11 nn nnsitive in. ! on the road from Realeio, on the Pacific, The Annual Meeting of the Stockhol-
formation has reached us of even that am't. j across., to aan Juan, wnere iney iormeriy t uersui luuuipnuj umuCi,numo.m.3-
We are now tohear from Norfolk. Herin- travelled without fear of harm or danger,
terest is immense. Let her imitate Peters- and over which they vere making their
burg, and we shall consider the thing fixed, j way as rapidly as possible out of the
We have never believed that the interests ; country to return nome.
of the people of the two States could suffer j This is within the bounds of the Mus
the Gaston Road to fail, and, notwitstand- quito kingdom, or Nicaragua ; over which
ing discouraging circumstances heretofbre,:GreatBritain has been seltins up claims
there has been no cause for despair. It - , . . , r 4,
. t.:;ij- i: .u-.'of authoritv. And lor these outrages.
must, oe reouiii; anu we upueve now umi j ill
the offer of the State will be accepted, and perpetrated by the natives, redress is
the terms complied jwitb. j refused by the authorities of the coun-
vOught not our citizens upon the line of j try, and it is believed English influence
this Road to feel encouraged enough by the ! has favored the denial of it. Our Gov
action above alude;d to, bestirring and ( ernrnentf it is hoped wiH looU int0 lhis
active, and put forth their best energies ? j , , , , .
Petersburg has acted ye are doing well i uusulca3' "llu tMO i" "
in Raleigh, and hope to do better. Frank- I claims of England, or otherwise to provide
I'm, Granville. Warren and Halifax ! what j for the safety of American citizens in that
.say you ( tome iorwarq ana neip us xo country
achieve this work ot prime necessity and
Fur tin; Watchman.
Remarked a Minister of the Gospel, a short time
since : " W-re a inernhtT f inyChurrh to join the Or
der of the S.ns of Temperance, 1 would ue my utmost
exertions to have him excluded from the privileges of
the Church." r
.Said a proteased I. hriBtian. with w hom 1 was con
versing: " It is the duty ol M'inlx-rs of the Church to
stand uloof from asoriations oi" worldly inrn. Such
connection would wound the dignity of religion. Such
Contact would tarnish religious purity '
Are feiich ohjrtions Uie teachings of that divine and
heaven-born influence hreathinjj forth love, humility und'
benevolence to man? They "have no sympathy oor
communion with it. They are rather the whisperings
of the great arch-eney himself, instiiiing )ison, bit
ter and rank, into the very Cden of (iod under the con
cealing garb of protecting' the purity of religion. .
They are neither tha instnictiona nor example of the
meek and lowly Jesus, who dined with publicans and
sinners, who thought ii josiiion loo humble, no human
beings too degraded and vile to become his Constant s
Bociatef. could he be n-trumi ntal in doing ihtm good.
Wounding the. digisly of religion, indeed! What
professing Christian would hesitate a moment from join
intr an association of wnrjdlv men in anv fair and lauda
; ble enterprise that promised ttrfdl his cotTers with wealth?
And yet, when, solicited to lend his aid in rescuing a
fellow being from degradation ancr vice, in pouring in
upon the inmates of his wretched home the Buulight of
hope and happiness, in staying the destructive ravages
of a dark and deadly plague which culls its victims from
all ranks and Htsiiiorm in sciety sparing neither the
low nor yet the gifted nnd the noble, he turn scornful
ly away under the hyJK-ritical pretence of protecting
the purity of religion. .
I confess I have no charity for such arguments as
these. They inspire file with inttTable contempt, not
only for the arguments, but alujott for Ue men who use
them. And if there is any thing that awakens in ray
mind doubts and distrust of th; power and efficacy of
religion itself it is n$ the wily insinuating reasonings
of-the Deist, who would transform the sublime -and glo
rious tru'.hs of Divine Revelation into a tissue of lies and
Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of falsehoods, forged by the cunning and ingenuity of de-.
mutual benefit; Raleigh Times.
At the commencement of the Universi-
Representatives of the United States of Ame r
ica in Congress assembled, That ihe follow,
ing roads lie, and the same are hereby declar- .
ed post road?, to wit, in North Carolina :
From Jefferson, to Richard Gentry's on
From Mount Airy, via Judesville, to Gap
From Statesville to Mount Ulla.
From Jonesville to Judesville.
From Sugar drove, up Cove Creek.and
down Roam Creek, to Taylursville, in Ten
From Taylorsville, in Tennessee, via Car
ter's Fore, Baker's Gap lo Sugar Grove, in
From Asheville, Buncombe co., up Riem's
he consrinlious In this. They claim also to who' a mytholosists inform Us, Vas con
lid ChtislUn Ministers. Mow do they recon
ilf the ir conduci a jinierfeing between Mas
fsr and Servant, aliiei atiiijz friend and families,
preaching doctrines ihe tendency o( which u
servile iaturrejrlibn, with ihe gentle and
rneek snirit ol Christianity. N man in Guil-
verted into a spider, on account of equal-.
hnj: that ingenious little "'architect in her
production of fine webs.
ford, no matter
he legaids slavery, as a
" Small Pox. This disease is prevailing;
nt Washington, N. C, where six cases
The Gentleman. No man is a gentle- Ijy-of Pennsylvania held on the 5th April, i Creek, ami down Joy, to Democrat.
" , . ... . . . ! .u a n.,.,- c 1 From Mosely Hall, via Jerico, 10
man, r who, without provocation,Avoukl
treat with incivility the immbTest of his
KTiecies. It is-rvirlgaritv for which no
accomplishments of dress or address can
ever atone. Show me the man who de
sires to make every one happy around
him, and whose greatest solicitude is ne
ver to give just cause of offence to any
one, and I will show you;a gentleman by
nature, and by practice, though he may ;
never have worn a suit of broadcloth, nor I
even heard of a lexicon I am proud to j
say, for the honor of our species, there j
are men, in every throb of whose hearts, i
jhere is a solicitude Jcir the welfare of !
'mankind, and wbose every breadth is per
turned with kindness.
the graduating degree of Doctor of Me
dicine was conferred on 1G7 young gen
tlemen, of whom, twenty-two were irom
iNorth Carolina, lhose ot our vicinity
are the following :
Francis Marion Henderson, Salisbury,
N. C. ; James V. Wiseman, Davie county,
N. C. ; Robert Galloway, Rockingham
county. All the remainder were from
places further East of Salisbury.
Iy Hall, via Jerico, io Sirabane.
From Statesville, via Taylorsville and Le
noir, to Jonesboro', in Tennessee.
: From Union Institute, in Randolph county,
by Fair Grove and Midway, in Davidson co.
CCJ3 The ! people of Buncombe are rais
ing subscriptions to build a Plank Road
from Asheville to connect with the rail
road at Greenville, S. C.
We are gratified to observe that our
dry goods merchants and other dealers
are doing a larger business than usual the
present season. Merchants from North
Carolina and surrounding district of coun
try, have generally wiih commendable
s)irit, laid in their supplies at lhis place
in preference to going north, and the side
I walks in front of the large dry goods estab
' lishnients last week, were literallv
1 crowded with boxes to he sent abroad,
j Norfolk A" 2 vs.
6igning men. ior vft trie sweeping anu more caring
.sophistry of the Ath-t, who would hurl the Omnipo- -
tent God from his Throne on high.nd have us believe
that this beautiful earth and all the million of starry
worlds that sparkle in' the bright blu sky, owe their ex
istence, not to his creative powTTr, but to a mereacci-
dental blind chance.
Hut it is'to listen t such objections, and to witness
such opposition to a cause the only object. of which
the benefit of mankind, from the professed f-JIower of
Christ, from those from whom we have a right to ex
pect better things.
Were I called upon for a ciicaiure of grave caste, I
would m'trshal into oe large army, l-i entire mass of
these doubled refined whit. -robed guardians of the dig
nity of the Church. Their banners waving their flags
streaming, and with -various inscriptions significant of
, their sentiments, and, at their head, transformed into an
i angel of light, their actual leader, the rentable clovtn
"footed monster hirnMf, encouraging ihrrn onward, and
ever an anon clapping his great drO'U wings, convulsr
ed with laughter at the astonishing uccs of his cuu
You who are so hrrifi"d by the dangerous influences
exerted hv the n.-der. go visit the numerous village
j w here Divisions have, 5e?en instituted, and witness in sJ
! most even- one men who were for years the slaves of
this degrading vice lost .to themselves, worse than lot
! to their friends and to the world; now reclaimed, re
deemed again the kind father the atfectionate hus
band the useful citizen the br industrious man.
Look, into the bosom of their families, and see that
happy child upon his parent's knee, exclaiming in in
fant siii'pl.city and itmocvnce, " I'a, I am not afraid t.f
you now, Ma ain't a "raid t.f you r.either. Pa. you wot-1
beat me now, f..r vou are a Sou of Temperance u,w;
Witness the big tears of joy as they fH down that wife
lhat mother's face as memory leaps backward o r
the dark chasm of woe, froitt whose fearful brink she h
just escaped, and pointing her to the once happy daj
when first she gave herself away in all the confident
of woman's contidiiig love, and wh;srer.ng ia totes
kindness and hope.aa.w ou shall live tho; hsppy !
a?ain. Ak that child that nu4her that
j if the Sous of Temperance are dungbarm. K-
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