KALEIGII, 'N. C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1S3S. . "
Sr..eirt-. -- dollar j .nnam-one
subscript I'm i'"?ffi.e.,.ici
evert lr tnnt -
Uw ln)2 i"-'"!". one dollar, h ub.
''Vi"C of Ctoi M !.
A . 1 5 tier wet, will W mad from. 'he
' ' ,,r prices t"f drlwrs fc the yer
VTters t.rthr 1 "' t'-P"'d. V
TyrAS3U & CO-
ii - .,,rl...l il.oiiltrc rtOCK ol Mtiin
y H Wkith H Co. Ime eoMiinrnceil ll
APOTIlKGMtY b'i'troe rihe iimi-l lonnt-rlv
.!H.ll.v tlm ii fcavettnille SlreM.trrouH
Ai w oorlh W. i: A. Siith. here ihry have
Hreive l ''irihrr Miinly nr
Was. sai1ienoi, ilns. OiJ,
:tia(, !, MtiU'ti aud Vcr
Caxucey, issttfir With a
jrcrnprnl nssortiaeut of
wSVh tliry will dipor ot on Hie moil ri-Kiorn-
Mrrcli" n.l olhcrt tan be fornnhed nli
Mtieni -.ami ojliei meilieiiiea n r-ntible
-trrm ''Kt n Jtcl!" n"lh of lle I'otomne.
P,rMt "t'' ' w" '" Kl" n,'ne ,or
IhemieUvi. PiiJ icint at a ililiince, who maj
fcvor u with t'lii.- or-tcrt, wilfhave them
nrmpll alien d t N !" "ill be pi el
in Kliin( Chemical! and f'liarinacf ulieul pie-
'paniti'int, Ihev are ilflermioeil iltnl no niedi
rwtliiil audi i are (.-iiiiiii. hll be anld by
llitm. () of Ihe l-'irm Imrina; bren brnujhl np
I-, ihe liiiiini-ii, to li;h he will (te bit umli
iiVJ alli-niion. Ihereb aoi.liitl: ilioo lolal
mi.iUc lli.l wo ofton occur iIh ohrIi incoirnie-
ltiey nr o.vlcf.-, they liHt, by ti iot ullclii
tioq in biuiueaa, merit a iliare of th pnblie
The following official circular has
enmo to lijjitt, although it seems that
it was not intended to go further than
tutlie officers of the government.
J'ottmaster General' Office,
i . . Wastiinijlcn Oct. 8, 1838.
fiirr ArrantrrmenU biviiii been made with
.1.. i..;,.i s.a. Hank to uav tlie T"reaurer a
j,,r ,a . certain amount, at different placee
it beinn probable the nolea of the bank will
i ...,.,',ii,Ia to claimant! and, in nonie casea,
m.re c.nieuf than apocie.you will.ahould you
... ..... i...r.. thai bank of it aacnia, make
,,..r n-ivmont! bv check aa you
. . ...ill lla receiver the OflUoll 01
can, wimu -. , .
lktn? paper or apeciej and the Department haa
id o!) cclii.n t. vour usimk
limb hi all vour pavmenU, o far
aa it can be
. UeiiMjcifulIv. vournllientarant.
n. towso;, r. m. o.
Hon. ia an onen. unanswerable ac-
Lniiwledremetit. bv the party itself,
that the "hard money currency'
scheme is all a" hnmbug. The prac
tical operation of "the great measur
ol deliverance and liberty" is that Gov
ernment ''hn no objection loathe pa
per of the United Stale Bank being
used in all iis payments:"
try In tlia examination of witness
es before the New Jersey Legislature,
in a contested t lection, one of them, a
Uei'iun, named Daniel Garret, who
voted for the Democratic" ticket
wliic'i wasa nut into his Wand, oy the
uwtier of the factory in which he worked
ailmittcd that he had never heard of
such a man as Jackson or Van Buren or
Harrison or ClaV and said "he had
heard of Gen. Washington but did not
know whether he was President or
ii'it''!! And it U 'br the votes of such
ignorant tools of designing1 politician
tliis. that important measures of pub
lic policy, which may ruiA-or save the
-Dmitry,' are to be carried or defeated!
. Lyndi. Fir.
.1mtiring.W do not know when
we have been much more amused than
Ute occurrence in New York. Mr.
Hdliuel Peck a Whig candidate for the
S'ale Senate, heard that it was rcport-
s u that he was destitute of
tlfpftritv and discernment," submit-
,N .his head to the inspection of
v. row ley, "Professor of Phreno o
PJ',' who, having duly examined the
bump cavities thereupon apparcut,
'le report, in due form, that "the
prominent nervous organs" on the head
'f the said Bethuel Peck "denote the
highest degree of activity, clearness of
percepdur, and of thought, intensity
slid strength of mind;" that "his bump
f cvmbaiiveueas is large, indicating
fi'ciu ooi.i ness and energy, and strong
"pposition and resistance to his enemies
ccompaniel with mi Ulns and from -
Hlin I II
enoable moderation;" that "his bump
"iicicnitostsnes ia lurtre. mid verv
prominent, and indicates a high regard
tor duty, integrity, moral principal,
justice anil truth;" and (hat "his bump
01 constuct'tjrenas indicates great in-Kn-itymuch
talent and skill;"in short
'7.V' head i ..verv similar to those
IeV. Webster and Clay, and sur
aea. ir, ,ta prominent buiop ami for
wMk.o the great mass of heads of dis
"S;uhcd gentlemen." And this ex-
amination prefaced by" a formal address
to tliereleTtors of the 4tll Senate l)is-
hjkV-WUhe.l by Mr. Peck. who
very gravc.y rem, as, that, "the sconce
of phrenology having become establish-
etl no lurtht-r evidence need be adduced
lo establish the true character of jour
humble servant!' Notwithstanding this
.proceeding. Mr PrctT..
which, inasmuch as lie 1 a good A htg,
we rejoice at, though we doubt his
"greatness," notwithstanding hia favor
able bump! Probably, however, (his
is as EiM.d a mode of selecttSg "TegUla-
. .i .i . , b i-
tors a. an r other that has vet been d.s-
COVcrel Hlrjnoli.gy be any thing
more than a humliar, it unquestionablj
is. -T We should like to see a descrip-
tion. of Senator BenWa bumps.
y :. T...U n- i
The Irg V-,rguviau savs-:-!
some person has i-nt us a ISo. of
nisi r . i . h fi-i
"he I'.tidnihromsi," of Oct. 23, a
... . ... , .v , . . .,.
rabid abolition paper, iirmUd at Cm-;
I r " . I
cwnati. which exult in the defeat ofi
G.iv. Vance, the Whig candidate in
(1iat Slate un abolilion victory, the
Consequence of the surrender of the
llev. Mr Mahart to the Gov. of Ken
t.uckj, to stand his tiint upon a charge
of facilitating the escape of lunaway
alavei, the propertj o citizens of tliat
Slate. And ihc same paper claims
the election of Dr. Duncan to Con
gress. anoihtr Mo'iiioii tiiuhsph,
the consequence of hi bold avowal of
Anti-Slavery opinions, and his bitter
(enunciation ol southern slave-holders,
upon whom, outstripping even O'Con
ut'll in bitter malignity lie invoke "the
curses ol utKi:"
Again: The PhilanihronUt states
another way in which Abolitionism op-
peraled against the Wings in the late
election in that State. "An impres
sion (it ssys) prevailed to a considera
ble extent amon;i ourlVicnds that Thom
as Ewilhg was decidedly hostile to !m
Anti-blaveiy cause. lhomas Morns.
on the other hand, was. known every
where as having stepped forward as
the champion of human liberty, when
ussailed lant Congress by the south
Carolina Senator: his whole course, in
fact, for the last two years, has been
marked by a consistent, an honest, and
a well directed hostility (o the slave-
holding interest. ISow, as the choice
of Senator is -dependent on the Legis
lature, many nuoutiomats - bestowed
their sunrascs in view of this fact, ir-
resnectivelv of ' harlies' -In other
words. Abolitionists, who had been
Whigs, voted for Van Dureti Aboliti
onists, in order to secure the re-elec
tion of Thomas Morns, the Van Buren
Abolition Senator, in opposition, to
Thomas Ewing, the Whig anti-Abnli:
tionist! So that in this point of view, too
the late Van. Buren victory in Ohio, is
claimed a an Abolition triumph!
T the Editart of the Italeigh Jtegitler;
t have read in llilaiST!iui)n. ihe comment!
of Ihe Editor,' on the remark! purporting to have
been made bv Mr. Cinaoa. ol Itmlierliird, Ih d
aboul lonM Ida vote lor Speaker ol the Senate on
l ucaJay. 1 lieac eoninienl! make it pi-operinai
my pmiion in relali.m.to a Bank of Ihe United
Stalci ihould be diaiioetly underlined, lamaat
iified of iheeonuiiuiioiial ponl Oor.greM lo ea
laliluh a bank of Ihc Uniled Sutel; an I ai to the
expediency of crealin;! e lale Hank to the luiiled
Slate!, I entertained noiloiiui. iiinepen'ini 01 ure
important acrticea rendered the tiovernraenl by
thai Hank. I know ft to have been eminently oie
ful. in equalixina; Itieescbangei, and etb!iHiir a
perlecily aniiml and whntetom cui reney through
out Ihe country, and I regret, and die eouniry
ha I abundant cane ti regret, that the A,ci ol
Congreia, reebarterinr it, ! m ptrmillcd lo
become a law. Uut iuair.nch aa that institution
bad gone nul of exiilence, and levernl ol die laiei
of the Union had aiiiee eit'ablikhi.'d, and acre a
bout lo etiabliah li.nki with large Capital!, which
able and diuinguiihed fiuaiieiei ! believed aould
be competent to H-rfnrm lor the eouutry all the
valuable ierviceiof a National Initilution, f pre
fer that a (air trial altould be made with them,
and that uutil Ihii trial almuld be rivcn (andV-r
all the eircumetaneea abieb ihmild have influ
ence ia deciding the quritinn.J 1 thonld be un
williaifto ate Congi-cai create a Hank of the ti
nned Klale.. If these aervi-el can be p rlonned
br Ktale Uanka. with krancliei as conu-niplaied.
ol ithkh laaa aomewbyal doubtful, I ilmula prefi r
them to a national llanK. H toe rxerien,
ftaila I shall have no alternative but to return lo
my former position in luvor of a Hank of ihe U
uiled Slates, (H-operly auanled and t eli icttd.
Having tltus aeconipliilitd the prinisiia pur
pose I had in iew, it may be proper lor me to
lay, that sinea roy arrivat in Hleiglr, ! have had
no ttommuuicatioa with .VI r. Carsou, directly nr
iudireclly, mi the subject ol a Hunk of the1 Uni
ted Slates, er ou any oilier tahjcct hrtcver, and
that at the moment his name a called tu oie
on Tuesday, as lie had voted against me on lo
previous oacasiona, I had not the moat disUHt n
eelaun he waa about to change tiia vole in my
(avor. Indeed, aa certain was I that 'the remit
of the voting then progietiiiiK would be tbeume
as it had been, t proposed tu Hie g.-nlleinan !in
was run in opposition lo me, that we should bwh
retire tram Ihe Senate Chsinber when Ihe next
trial came on, lo which be reaildy aswnied. I
was afterwards informed i thai a gentleman a lio
knew my aenliraeois on the subjret of a Hank nl
the United Slates, in a cniivertulioij wilb Mr
Carson, stated them to be sn!isianiially,a t have
.(-....I m.I.u.1. I ttiti.ll(i.H i...l...-M.. liim In
vole jr mej hut ol llns conreriaimn, I bail no
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kuowiege wbaiever, when bis name waa called to
November 22, 18H.
lieanfert ar. I Ith, 1S3.S
IrVTPRVAT. TUPHOVKIUKNT MEE'I'INO.
Agreeably to public no.ke a very large and
; t...i A.v i i
ivouniy wh uriu-flrtuc ivuun uutrf iti me town
of Beaufort on Fridayjthe fCdi ina..for the pur-
poM of appointing Delega'ea to represent tbia iari Sovereignty. But now k has in
countvmthe Iournal I'l'v'm.t Convc,,- ! , , ,t,e anctity of the Ballot Box. It
toon to be held at Ralciga on the id Monday , . (
in December nrxL " jhas introduced into our elections the
On tnotioa of Asa Cenady Ear,. Dk-L Jame i'nost shameless and notorious frauds.
Manney wacallcil In Ihe Chair and Mr. Jmuet And more than tllig It has introduced
Rumley waa appointed Secretary.
. onjr o. me me...nB was niaue anow oy
On motion of JJ Wanl. Esq. the f.dW- V'0;' ,0 lna:k .ll,e V""nn V?"
ing Prearahie anJ Reaolutione were adop.ej. . ,Iie proper Virtlins.MifCuS Otn House
Whereas the citizena of ci7To7er" County annoyance, and persecutions, and to
deem it b s'.dy Imporiant that the intercais of break tip by Govonimcnt agitation and
tai County ehould be property represented in
k"eial Improvement Convention which i
!? ' K',e,.l M Monday id
XettlveJt ,, De, 1(e
to reFient this county In the said convention.
Jteettved, thtt our Senator and Represent-'
'"in in General Assembly, be requested to
in lh promotion of such work cf Internal
Oo motion of Benjamin Leeereft Esq. th
following gentlemen were appointed delegates
Jamc W. Bryan, Isaac Hetlen, Bridge Area-:
de"' iAn Burgwyn, As Caoaiay, Jauiea
Ru",,eJr A?1'.T "t" , ,
On motion of John F. Jones Eq, Renlved.
,., the pt(we,lling, ot M, Meeli 'M&
,J i the XewWm PpecUtor, and RaUh ur.
and the thank of the meeting be tendered
' Chairnuo and SocreUry for the di-
cUrfe r dol';T.rT.- ..
JAVfES MAKJiT, Chair,.
" Fmlnint Ltx TalionW-K few
., r ...
mimihs since one of the Zanesrille
, ,. .
cleiirvmcn called upon a young man
. , 1 .,.
ti(l. u iniil him in m i.o r linn tliar awu-
V, : Kv ,
i ning at me resilience 01 nis Detroineu,
that he might unite tnem in the bonds
of matrimony; the clergyman attended
and waiteiUsome hours, but the twain
came not, and the clergyman returned
home, leaving the fair one bathed in
Last week the same clergyman was
again called upon by a-youngtnan whose, an,t ha: .2i9 C8. besides various artic
countenance he did not recognise, hoi lesj rcr0thing .i.-tlie whole amnunt
engaged his attendance thai evening in2 to gi, 274,60 all of which was
lor celebrating the rites or matrimony.;
Mic clergyman attended, the parties
took t;ie floor, anil the ceremony pro
ceeded to that part in which the lady
is asked if she takes this man to be her
wedded husbaud.&. Here the young
ladv, assu'iung the attitude of deterrai-'i"
nation, boldly exclaimed, "Xo! twV 4U imiei an Hour, a man who was stand
never marry him! He served me meanly! ""g on 'l,e i,'e f the railway threw a
six months aco, and now I have paid him! tone about the size of a hen's egg in
in his own coin;" and neither coaxing',!
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thrcatning.nor hiring, could induce her ierauie violence, at the tram- I he
to marry him. To entreaties and argu- "tone was distinctly seen by a gentle
ments she was deaf, and the gentleman ' n w. waa seated in the last car,
wended his wav home, aiidMhence to; with hia back to the engine, and he
his lonely bed, while she went her wav ' remarked that when it had attained it
rejoicing. Zaneteille Chzeite.
r7' .a . i
Fr.jin the icw Vork Courier.
OUTKARR OPO.V POPLLAU lUGIITS
An incident occurred yesterday at
the Uxchan-re which seems calculated
to tlra.w to a crisis, the great question
i tne ititerierence 01 uiuce iioiuers in Hfciiiii:u vj m unwi. n
the elections and assemblies of the seems th.itJ the train and the stone had
People.,,- Ifthe cidiena of New York .both attained the same yelocitj, -
re' willing to aubmit to the- infamous! ';" a.,',. .I...,,.
ou!mo-( npinctrateil vesterdav at the From N. Y. K. Slar Nov, 15.
c.;r? . 1 Yt.C' ...ftt -."V-i
r.xtnnui;es u uiejr vviii ji.nu n over 111.
silence if tlicy do not taKe measures!
to Unrig it to the attention ol Uongress
and the People throughout the republic
if they do not, every man of them, j
J . r- ir i .1 . . .i K
evote hunself from this moment to the
close of the election to Settle tno-relaV
tioas of the Government and the People'
to vindicate the Popular Sovereignty
a2inst Executive Control then may
- ii i , .i i J
we at once bend our necks to the yoke,
am! bury our faces m the dust ror the
Constitutional and Chartered Liberties
of the People will have been swallowed
up the absolute dominion of the Crown'.
ri -i .i . l. .. i
bile the men hants were engaged
yeslertlay tn their deliberations m front
of the Exchange-assembled in discharge!
of their legitimate Hie. as republican '
citizens-met tri canvass Hie conduct
of the Administration, and the claims u,.tor p01 ." Miobo lias drawn a por-
of the Candidates submitted for their,,r,t Pr7 n?w n ?un.,rr.. Y
suRVases their proceedings were inter- r0P for 11 evidences an intimate ac-
rupteii bv a band of hired bruvon and qanUnce with the art of painting
cusiom house officer, fhe very men who ?nadeep knowledge or (lie subject he
have been, during the whole period of puurtraying. Every body will re-
our history, the minions and tools of cngnisc the foatures. and the artist is
Arbitrary Power and for whom, as therefore, P"ed the trouble of writing
was said rore than half century ago u",,er ;"' it Loco FoeoUm'
by Patrick Hrhiry. Ihe "People of this IIe,rc e picture: Ball. Chron.
country have a- Hereditary Hurred." ! Tj'"",,l,,?uy nJ, cal"'m;y uPP,r ";
... if.. , . pose of argument and fact, lio longer able to
lliese men with the notorious Ming at e.rry iu men ,BI -meaiJlireil ,,v mtM, wllicll
their head intruded themselves into tlm have some show, at least of I'airne-a it practises
meeting ol citizens, and not saiisneu
with inSultin them by their odious !
r....n. .ctiitl aftemnied to bull V i
and lirovviM at lli-'tn by insolent menace
aiid tl.-fijnpe, and break up the meeting
in disorder and confusion, by setting on
foot a Governihen Riot.
Our community has been wronged and
plundered by oppressive legislation it
has been made the victim of the most
wild and reckless, and profligate exper
iments it has been insulted bv the
chief magistrate of its own choice
stung by the viper it has nursed in its
own tiosom it has been cheated, and
txed, and harrassed by unprecedented
fluctuating, and illegal Tariff ex ctions
and all this.it has borne patiently
I borne in the belief that the evils would
all be ultimately remedied through the
:gency Ol tlie
Ballot Box. Hitherto,
however, our citizens have been perinit-
A JOYNKft. ;ted to assemble according to the privi
i''"Se gurantied them by the Constitu-
ioii peaceably to assemble and ex-
' rB. .,;; r..ndurl i.T
' . . "v .
!l"r "lers. Power has not dared to
nr. .k- u i Bi,e,,t,i u.
uut 'i mc i cit:, it itav phi uit
fore the might and majesty of the Pop-
i t - paid myrmidon into the assemblies
;f(tie Ieople. t overawe their deliber
a Custom House riot the lawful and
constitutional expression of the peo
pltU UfiUI "
77ie Amalgamation Cute. Wo learn
rotrf the Gazette that the affair of the
whrte girl andeoiifed man from Penn
sylvania, i not so perfectly revolting
in it feature as it was first represen
ted. Th girl is not a tneniber-td'the So
ciety of Friends, although for purposes
of her own she had assumed the g.rb
and language of that sect. Iter mother
was once a Friend, but had forfeited
her membership by a marriage out of the
paj The girl's character is bi. having
before been guilty of loose behaviour,
and she had b.'en discarded by her pa
rents. She has been committed as a vju
grant, and her 7camp:aun dischargeL
. . jv. r, 4b. Mo. ;
True Oenerosi y.-Xt has n it be en for
gotten, by our readers, that we noticed,
a short time since, a at unitous fire that
occurred at Cincinnati, destroying a
frame house occupied by a widow lady,
and in which one of her children perisiif
rd in the lltmct. The house was the
property of the widow and her sister,
and with it they had lost their all.
The charitable citizens of Cincinnati
immediately got up a subscription,
raised mnney enough ti buy a house,
glvcn t0 t!ie w;juW arl ,er RisUM.,
- - ' - ' Lull. Chron
. Curiam. As a train of railway cars
waa pasting along an inclined plane on
the railroad from BjI ton to kenyon,
England, moving at the rate of SO or
.horizontal direction, and with consul-
r ....!....! - - i i : i.
iiiaa.miuiu ui Tt;iiii;iij, ai apprnruu, iiac
Mahomet's coffin, suspended in the
air a few seconds, within a foot of the
gentleman's head! lie seized hold of it,
nd tlescnbed the sensation as similar
to that of grasping a Stone in a state of
ARRIVAL OF THE O tKAT WE3TERN
After much. anxiety, this noble aliip has ar-
rived to the wharTtma day, havlns; left Hriatot
Oct.zrth.i siiebrm no less tlun 1U paa.
"ffer!" , ...
Oor London ami Liverpool files are to the
26(ll incl(11;ve Bris,u,,0 tphe8rih. '
LIVERPOOL COTTON MAKKKT, Oct- 25.
Yesterday there was a very good general
demand, at.d tie sales were fully 5,000 ba)rs.
T7'.ty ,h? dmf,,dhM,b" remoderute,
nd the? sale only reac t 3 000 ; I he market
hw cIo, rerv ;uw e,,'e,
Oct. 26. The aale tolay being taken at
12 o'clock, lliey do not amount to more than
3500 bag the aalea of the week arc 43,10'J
baff. of which U,55Jl.vc' Veri taken by
speculator, but only 300 for exporti the mar-
keth eioteA titl .,, jcet m
allv 1-3 ner lb. lower than on Tueeduv.
" r Al " A-.M ASILIU The
ana avows a system or unbluahing fraud lis
conduct lately is calculated to urouie the fears of
mn " fe' KeHeU to our free n.atilu
tiona. It no longei confiriea itaetf to theorditiary
mcana and weapons of political warfare. It at
tack 111 very goarantcce and bulwarks of I r ca
ll m. It vitiates the contents of the ballot box
it (Iter the election return; it expunge with
a stroke of th pen, the almost entire delegation
Lof a Slate. If such thinz can be practised with
impunity, lb daya of American liberty art
ON NEWSPAPER, PA 1 H0NAGE.
Solomow Smith, Esq. the proprie.
tor of the Mobile Mercantile Adverti
ser,haleeently sold his paper toMessru.
Linodox and, Hakius- In his val
edictory, he says, some tru things in
an anillsing style, as the following ct
tract will show: -
Speaking of patrons I cannot coli
clutle without giving some of my idea
on the subject of patronage. The A
mericans are a patronizing - people.
If a person subscribe for a newspaper
or Advertises in it, he becomes a patron;
if he "puts up" at a hotel, he patroni
ze that house - if he purchases an ar
ticle at a store, he give the merchant
his custom; II he visits the playhouse
on a benefit niht, lie bentow on such
an actor a dollar! This is alt wrong.
Let us change this pHttaojzing air, and
acknowledge that if we'take a news
paper, purchase goeds, lodge or dine at
a hotel, go to the play, we expect at
least to get our monev' worth. ''Hal
loo, old fellow!" bawled out a chap to
me, in South Carolina, "I gave you a
dollar last night I like to pafronue convincrd by experience ol the degrad
the theatre." The day before, I had ing and destructive effects ol Inleinper
loaned that patron fifty dollars, t take enee, assembled hit people on the landa
him home to Georgia, which he has not which formerly owed allegiance only to
paid me to this day ! i their 'father, to devise means to pro
of all trades, professions, or callings, mote their happiness and welfare. In
I know of none I have followed a this public assemblage, thev nanimoui-
great many ii pooi I r paid as publish-, ly signed a pledge to "abandon alio
era of newspapers. Many putront gf gether the use of spirituous liquors,
newspapers, otherwise worthy, pune.-.aml they still adhere to their laodablepr
tuat inin, think it not unrighteous to determination, setting tome of their -
let the pub isher wait year after year
for his dues and at last, if he is com
gelled to pat, he does it. with a very
bad grace. "Mr. Type wim have his
money, must Ive ? Well, if he ,
he in. ist. Give me a receipt; aiid, do
you hear 3 Hop the paper 1 have put
ronized that estab tslunetit six years,
there is no such thing a gratitude iu
ht! wurld. " Another will tell you he
newts $uhicribtd for a paper "Hie boy
has left it every morning, it is true, and
as it was left I did read it occasional-
ly but I never ordered it." There.
is another class of patron who" never
subscribe at all, bat are great' friends
of the pabcr.aiii uhoiy read i; in fact,
this is the class who may be termed
vour "constant readers." "Here, Sam
go over the way with my compliments
to .Mr. loinkius, and ask bun lor the
loan of his paper and, Sam, tell hi in.
as he never re.ules it before breakfast,
I'll thank bim to let John bring it over
every morning it is an excellent pa-
ucr that editor really knows , what he
is about; I begin to think of patron
izing Um myself. There yet remains
to be mentioned one more class of pat
rons supporters, 1 snould, siy, lor
they are the support aifd stay of pub
lishers. This clasa is composed 61
those who say "Here, Mr. Clerk
be so "nod as to nlace my name on
your subscription list and write oppo
site to it, PAtn in advaxck." In Junk'
inz over a list of some thousand yes
terday, I saw a hundred or two of this
class. II I had any golden tvpf.s
their names should literally -appear in
LK.viKits or gold. There are now
from TWKI.VK TO FlKTBK.rt TIIOCSAXD
dollars due fiU olfice; and, I am
convinced, tlie proprietors would wil
l inirl v sell all the debts for five thou
sand I It is thus with all newspapei
offices and why ? because publishers
are irood natured, and submit to their
own degradation infhn scale tif trades
men. Let thi state of thing be amend
ed "refoi m i altogalher.'?-' Adhere
sirictlv lo the term of your papers
(or, take the word of an experienced
man, you had better ; keen your ink
and paper than furnish them and vour
labor Jo noliinr. - YoO may get pop
ulnrily, but you will get no Hrk and
cabbage for your illnnef'1 ,,
. I now take my leave IS proprietor
of the "Advertiser." I ' forgive all.
and ask forgiveness of all, (It any
one lias any thing to forgive, and con
clude by repeating the advice I "gave
my Cincinnati friends fifteen years ago.
with a slight amendment: "Live, hp
KSTLV SF.UVK Uon, ASB l Al FOIt
We losejto time in statin? that tlie
North-Carolina Standard, an adminis
tration paper, has issued a circular call
ing on tho entire South to support Mr.
Van Buren. and charsrinsr a net feet and
complete union between the, whig antfft"n of his political frientU tnqst gross-
tne aooiftionistt oi tne norm, i is a
movement cot un bv theAlbanv Keirencv
to give to Mr. Buren in the ijuth
the support he has justly lost at tlie
north. Our soutliern friends have no
reason to doubt, what we a -sure thein
ts the fni t. Tie abotiihnittt are princi
pally Van Buren men nil their totes
have been cist for the Van llureii tick
et; they have aided in Securing' the e
lection of three Van Buren member of
Congress, and several members of the
assembly, in whigdistricts in this state;
they have a perfect understanding with
Mr. Van Buren, as to the false preten
ce he is holding out to the south: they
aided his ticket in Maine and Ohio, ami
their reason is, for ; casting their votes
in bis lavor, he is n northern man, an. I
they are determined to have no I' resi
dent iomY of the Potomac, hereafter.
The south' mar rely on what we tell
them. Mr.-Van Buren and hi friends
are not avowed abolitionists, but he is
their alternative, if not their choice, on
the ground that he docs not belong to a
More than ten thousand whig in this
city would have left Mr, Bradish from
off the ticket, hail they not apprehended
danger to the cause. lie was to them
a bitter pill, although they were aware
that" bis abolition views were only a
doptcd ns the occasion. Let the south
beware of falling into a Vert Buren pit,
prepared for them br the abolitionist
themselves. iV, V. E. Slar.
-Mr. Wm. II. Thomas, ' of Haywood
county, in a late letter to t Hon
James Graham, published in the "North
Carolina Gazette," gJes att interesting
account of a body of about 500 Chero
kee, who still ' remain in tbat county
under a reservation granted t- tliatn in
the Treaty. They are peaceable or
4lprly aociety choosing rather to abidt;
in the ancient .habitatHins of llieir aa-
cestor than to follow the fortune of
their Tribe, in their new home beyond
the Mississippi. It is stated that the
principle Chief in the scttli tneat, being
white neighbors an example worthy of
imitation, though furnished by the rem
nants of a aavage and barbarous people.
Mr. ;r6er. -The New York Cotn-j
inereial Advertiser annoences that it
"authorised to jay" that Mr. Webster
will not accept the nonintin lor the
Vic Presidency, tendered hitn by the
Attti Masonic Convention, for the re.
on that he will not,-by his own aet,
change hi position aiitir the Naiiunal .
Whig conventiou makes it selection."
. t4 Bait, Chron.
rertnont.'l'Uo few returns'reci -ve''
from the election in the fourth Con
gressinnal district, render it almost cer
tain that John Smith. L. T.J Um suc
ceeded. This ia a Whi loss.
F. om the Haldmore Patriut.
JUDGE W IU I E Oy TENNESSEE.
We Are ' rry to Uain hat this Ven
erable patriot has tendered the resigna
tion oi ins seat iu the v. S. senate, in
letter addressvd to (lie Governor ef
renneasee. dated November Od. The
Jud"e states tbat liavirrir suffered with
the prevailtog autainnal fever, he is
yet so weak aa to forbid the. journey to
Washington by tb time Congress con
venes. I be Uovernor however, (it is
stated ly the Nashville Whig.) know
ing tne general reluctance ol Ms fellow
ritr.rns to part wittt the services or
this worthy representative, and hoping,
that his streugli will soon lie restored,
has advised the Judge of his unwilling
ness to accept the rssigsatinn under
present circutatUuccs. It is not im
probable, therefor, that the Slate witl
coutiuue to be beoeCtted by the talents,
the stent integrity, and commanding
influence of lluli LawHon White.
We learn from the Mobile Commer
cial Register of tlie 12lli inst.,that the
Bank of that city, the Bank of Tusca
loosa and tho Bianch Bank of Mont
gomery, have adopted Resolutions to
resume the , payment uf their; notes in
pt'cic, on the first Monday of Januaty
BANK. OF CAPE FEAI,.
The Lot on Fayetteville Street; nef,
Iv opposite the Court Noa,'tlie prop
erly ol Tapt. Hl'nTkk, on which Mands
a vBlaikiniih Shop (hat has been any
thing but an ornament to the City for
many years, lias beeo purrhaaed by tho
Dank of Cape Fear; and it is intended,
forlhwith.to erect a Bankii g Hnu
thereon for the ust of the Ikar.ch iu
this City Tho tinkrtter of the iBild
iog ia Mr. JvilJi llABitKrAtt.v
' )' - ' :" ( Ilegitltr.
We understand that the dirrrrer giv
en to Col. rolk at- Snraerville. was a
eontptelc failure. We haye tnce keen
si-veral Gentlemen of Favetie who at
tended, and it is their opinion not more
than twn or three hundred persona at
tended, lie disappointed (he expects-
ly. A stem and uneiuriprtnnia'wg Van
Buren man stapt up to tiirs at the time
he was addressing the people, patted tho
Col. on the idioutder and exclaimed
old horse, we wilt par (he fn fief, and
take you off tlie field. ' tVA. Hepub. .
CAW It I. ICS G. II K PA Ii I), Estj."
"Ilie "Ne wbern Spectator", mentions
a rumnr, that this gentleman, who rep
rrsents that - District in Cgftv has.
changed hia 'opinion concerning Mr.
Van Buren leading measure,, the Sub
Treasury, and is now in favor of it.
We are glad to, state, from what we
deem competent authority, that the ru
mor is wholly unfounded, ami that Mr
Shrpnrd is now, as he uniformly has
been opposed to this "untried expe
dient.'' Hateigh Begitttr. .,
We are i irry to be under the neces
sity of shaking (he faith of our friend
of the "Reg! iter" in his M competent,
authority. ' We have aevcr ret decier
ed him, and we assure bint that it i no
authority at all i as the Whig ef this
Distrii t will soon pfocauira en masse,
andaloud. . - ! '
The tionexeil ntrsgrap'i from the Al
bany Daily Advertiser, takes off tn csp
ital 'style. the satig of the Government
prints about Fctletalism and. Democra
cy: "' " ' ' : .,
faltraiim. Aeeordiaf tn ihaaanttf th Al
bany AriftiC "'' ledraJiatan ha arrid lbs
Ht. Mow as th 8ut ea only a Mriteil by
majority of tb penp!. tt follow that a majorit
of the people ar ia favor of fcdoraliaav" rrltt,
a it la also conianiUd tb logician f die Ar.
gua school, tbat "bat a majority of lb people
and Ibluk i right, constitute "democracy," it
Crtber follow, either tbat at thta proaanl' tim .
in Ibis 8tatv "demoeraey,', Iffcloru'lsm,- ami
"fodaralism" i "democraCT," or Vliat tb Ajbwiy
aVrgu baa a seerlad ibnt V b I rue, in wfareoc
lo Uie lw crda, wbicb i not trii. ,
A lingular Duel Th Richmnn.tl ,
WhVg in announcing the death of Col.?
F. B- Povall.of Powhatan county, Va.,'
iufniahea a veiy interesting account sf
a duel Jlhat wasfongHtsomeyearSsincaj
gentlemen anil Col. w.
S. ffeber of the same State. Tho terms