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ter than the few. Thus far I believe you go.
and no tanner; joui 1 go lurtner, and point to the land ol tvasmngton, as a triumphant re futatioa of your favorite principle. lathe United States ofAtnerica, even in the present distressing times, more Happiness abounds, than in any other country either on the East ern or Western Hemisphere. In Russia, England and the United States of America, we have a mean and two ex tremes. We discover" that the first extreme renders all within its influence no better than miserable slaves The mean shows that the further we leave the principle, that the few should govern the many, and tne nearer we come to the princi. pie that the many can govern themselves, the more is ine worn. oi numan melioration ad vanced. And the last extreme demonstrates most clearly, that government should not be in the hands of a favored few, who look to their own aggrandisement, but in the hands of the many, Tor they alone, with a single eye, aim to ad vance the good of all. TVhat, then, is to be thought of the man, who dare, in this enlightened age, to adyance the long exploded doctriae, that the neonl are incapable of self-government, and who and an infraction of the terms of theCoiiI tutional compact, upon which the confeder una its I ujcu I Look at ttti i Tin i i- - - , ' 1 AT THIS. -Thoi knlii.V.e.. . T meeting a few days aeo at T Resnlred. That h ti,- Mar from this ruW. tb ru,: r . ' . vev . , , icuui or inp ij 1 . i vuiu emft. h r is ucuarrea tram I ,u L- 'cFr"a at length in interference with the rights or iost SnS t g PapW Bt Gtoyya. ThemeZ the rest, and an? such intrfr- "on.8 of lng waa gotten uo for a oIiii,.i ee. hi. j; ' j .r'.L. - a paipa- was intni '.v- . " " " k"1 pose, ani .on-yaiu ui we obligations of th 7 u "r lue oenem ot General Har pact and destructive c.b?Z rtVJZ poift - UNION. ot me cat duties of abolitionists and inculcated Resolved, That the cond.w r a. t ... the necessity of every abolition i,r' I tionists in interfering wins a- 7 DOU- " Residential candidate whC'ur uavx iiixi irillv - - w aanaa irivan kIouo... ; t c; i - """"u oi i eviaencn in Ki - .- -.r . . a " of 'A jT ' " a n8nt disregard to the cau Xf w -7 ' 11111 den ot their duties as oitivon. r u o" io me cause of Human Rio-hta n i. l .7 . " UJ States in t AnAk;..a-. . . 9 . -n. resoiu- "u,ca me7 reside ; an impertinent interfar " " T1 was introduced and formal- ence with the affairs of the - i iy passed. Ine proceedings of th mAo;n states, and a manifest violatiothe feder.! Wm'TS J: ' Beck P-sidem v-uilipuCl. Resolved, That we hishlv nnr,,;0, a. magnanimous conduct of our democratic brethren of the non-slaveholdir, -ffT Uc posing the course of the ahc.lit;:., a. shewm g their devotion te demotic princY P'es, which is so to exercise th;, .;.iu. not to interfere with the rights of other! Kesolved. Ihat the Cnnt;.,t; r.i S..!!,I!?r "P?n lh legislative r . w. u.e guveruinent, the power to char. YVm. A. F be warm and ardent friend of J5. l rison.-JtfaM-We JVI0,70r. ""0, "ar fr n H I, k it .. 1 dares, while that assertion is yet warm upon corporation to have X . T' T MJ.ofl,w i; tn o.t k ,w,i, u- . p.. " rauon to nave effect without the T)ifnV - -w.a NORTH-CAROLINIAN. His nps, to asK me people to elect him to the of. Columbia. nigniy respuusioie uuae of x.iector. He must Tt,i.j t, . put ereat dependence on the principle he h " Hi th,e Constitution of the U. ;varl. or he would not hv kr..k,..T "w.5onier. on Congress the now. WeffronW lo solicit the sufWes Af th- L. ,lect Uer direct or indirect j is..: u : t . . . 'ci5 the Cape Pear Country,- If this board , OlllV hMMila I TVrt 1 I . poa if, with the Governs r.K. c " 'r "oruiUmreUna, the nD head, the :ii k .. . lue,r n Power. , ,u c uuiii, oeyona the of a doubt. possibility INow -John M, Morehead does not think thi, great .Stat, work SO much needed fjryour toWB and lonff speeches. If he had ben fh. m.-j ..... worj , Wou.d h e not have told you If he ' f'mging nimselt to stanil your dearest interests? He is mum Hi, lips are sealerl i a are we to conclude, unless ft h ,,., : " T" " . ... "c fgatnsl Vou have are taithful to their trost. Thev rf ,r connjence; and you wiH not change them, frtr nfka ! - . . .. o , oniy wish a change that they mnv naks mkAn . 3 J uy iu n is to thU . a r spong ot office that these feder r )onr pubUc 8crvants that the.r own may be crammed with Treasury pap Money la iheir idnl. a t.a r .v -t . . K F nr you, ana "w J nuerties of their countrv How stands Gen. Saunders rl. r ,: j.j ... "v-"uvrai ic can didate, on this subject? e is fully committed, in favor of th ,,nl,rov,nS this part of our State. J a . ana w. t-t . . wuu us. xiis memorial eg.S aiure as one of the committee, appointed b. ""ia improvement Convent Tke Census, . T ,. eun oi tne whicrS to make the the act of Congress for taking tne census, is intend ed as a step towards layi a tJirrct tax ,,. policy of I Pro' 'hat the whii? nartv" 9n. tfn . i . . He i, lf their efTJrts to clutch '0 ZZi iT " last 1 h census of "hoes and cstfl K j . . . .. ..... 'i;uHa. i ir oton federal m the inn rk: 1 I iroonrpri hv n 1 aid of the LesiaIa,ure in onr behalf '"1 me D.f .7 vv'k V "' i "PPorted by puoiic expression of his ... . j .. 3t-.t . : " Par' ot tne " ""u paESRo Dy whi roies. , uerequirea; i Alter , the Oood Deot!. nf ih, x j s, Saturday Morning, August 1, 18 IO. REPUBLICAN NOMINATION. . people. But such a principle Is not peculiar aoolied Vn woM r I y , anjr torm to be fotfis ModernVhigf Itjs a funrtTJ1.. Harrison nnriv . -I y-'y approve 01 the " . ----...-uvu vi iuaniD vanuur FOR PRESIDENT. lren, because principle with the whole - 11 .-.I. -L " . J I " wen as wnn ine immediate supporters of fhi ho ; r . . . . Modern Whig, in proof of the latter we sub- wh ch fl f. "? th3e Powers only h,.,. V: J!"" ""'"F1 "pressiy grant mit thfi (ollowincr rp;riliiti.n ngicJ-.i . l: i .1.: " ru.alu. ,U,S ?ecause. lie is opnosed to - TTnifr mMfiinu 1 n is si 1 1 lilt ri inA vnvw a, r 1 1 a a a s v, 01 prn ianK, and to the application of h .w uUVv T . a w Martin VanBuren- FOR VICE PRESIDENT. R. M. Johnson. States last On motion of Dr S. C B ruce, with hijrh money works of Internal Improvement by ine general government been u h t- is op- - 1 j , -I", m M -ucn3 lie IS 1U liiYOr 01 1 o 1 k 7 k t 1" 11 u, m ine anamiatration of the eeneral a.., w.uiouiinvadiug those of any of the states. .v.uac uo uas Deen iaimtul to his pledg es to administer the government accordine to FOR GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA. Romulus M. Saunders. CUMBERLAND COUJCTY. FOR SENATE. Archibald McDiarmfd, Esq. FOR COMMONS. David Reid, Esq. and John Monroe. Resolved, That we regard sideration, the untiring course generally pursu Esq, in diffusing through the countrv thfi principles of Republicanism, and of the di nijied mantier in which he represented this 7 "' me arrisburg Convention, in the constitutional exposition of fhoi Jeffer which the haDDv and nmsewnrthv onJi; r lluu ul ahos. jener- 11 1 . . "y bviil. was made 0 which he teas an advocate" 7?ao7,.,7 nn. . . .. .Yow, MEdftor, the man that penned that the rl eleSon of MaKin V JT resolution, knew he wrote a falsehood when he M Johnson thC Ir a"d ? urote that John B. Kelly was an advocate r 5 1 .tSf i S?.1 ?a.ndLd.ates for WmH. Harrison. He knew full well tha rZi red Vh. aent 01 the ates Henry Clay was John B. Kelly's choice tiof 'w ' H .to,h8ftee Henry Clay was laid on the shelf, then, and uui uu men, qiq donn c. Kellv. tsn. throw r-. . .. his hat in the air, and shout for 'the s, nriH P " .ZI V7 w. " Crd,a,,X suPPort of Tippecanoe. Mr. Kellv would do X"t" aerS 2? "epubhean can- VJ"JQlG r governor ot XNorth l.'nrn in.n Iw- cause he is the advocate of republican princi- ,he counties of Rowan, Davidson P'es I and Monteomerv. Resolved, That wo will rord;:iUtf 5th District T A. McDiarmid for the Senate, David Keid fr counties of Rockingham, Stokes, and as- 1 . J veicare oj vie 1'arasile. If leaking sweepiug assertions without the shac!ow of proof.. If calling opponents liars, and their arguments d d lies if having to pay money to a justice of the peace, for profane swearing; if these, I say, constitute an independent course and a di- nined manner, then John B. Kelly's course independent one, and his Farmer's Ticket. FOR ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. 1st District DRURY DOBBINS, for the counties of Burke, Buncombe, Ruther lord, Haywood, Macon and Yancy. 2d i)wrW.-GEORGE BOVVER, for the counties of Wilkes, Iredell, Surry and Ashe. 3d District. HENRY FULEN WIDER for the counties of Mechlinburg, Cabarrus and Lincoln. 4th District. -BURTON CRAIG, for Davice, a par: of the questions about Dronr-rt ,vtt. A trtwn 1 ! I ni it. . - .1 . . ' " . - -umi 4xiiu me uane I put 10 me nnnnio h, K r . . .. country, which will v , T" ,V -P"y Ajarshalli haspledffedhimr,':r,:;r:....,,e rDW?M Van""reo -'Va mM. man who t it . S 1 WOrK or tha . y"fe'rcs3 10 Kn Congress approved man who talks-much on every thing else, and is luestions. & FPtu coraHotelyfonffue-titrf, as to our Fayetteville and ' And il 'was not until hs had the full 9nnM,. i csium Kail Itoad? I Congress, that the mir.ti. . outfuiiv ",m"n 5:ouvr rt '.r"0., the first m of this do it X . j ' P n000dJr e!se m" iTr ,,oullry Da'y and meanly charge it up uoitforyou. Anr! if ,-r r,.., i. , oa Mr. V n... WL j .ubb u gp. - j h iCLt. a. iiih ri -vraVArn 1 auicii. -- r , ch;;,: ""txit. obl of the ful vuaracer. ol others, let us be relisiouslv UVtllllJl' fllllT Ivhn 1 . . StnVfltf -tnia T . nuai KOOW IO DO I nJT f ri US Speak 88 if we were E , n 1 Sees and heaTS us- the rather than their defects? WHOLESALE P'r1lTe CURREXtT Corrected weekly for the JVrJA CffVoi man. of commons Caswell and John Monroe for the House nf they being the candidates of the republican 6ln District. R. C. COTTEN, for the 7 ' " yuuiuenana county the advocates "-""""es 01 Randolph, UuuTord, and Chath w iirpuuiican principles. W opposed to you on this matter, when will the time come, that we may expect the State coun cils to set forward tins wrk. The Gaston and Wilmington Road, will take the public money voted by the Legislature to yor aid, and Fayetteville will be left, deserted and neslected see fo it vofr when you go to the bailot-box. The No Principle Parly. What whig newspaper what whiV nwinr- what whig writer wh it whi2 candidate from r,l,l Tip down to the bottom of the list, ever tells ihP people his principles. The old man at North Bend. tells the voters who write to him to find out his principles, "go to my committee" "I willm.n. further declaration of principle for the public eye." And when you read a w his newsDaDer. or li9rn a whi candidate for Governor, thev will tell von go to Mr. Ogle's speech, if you wish to know what our whig principles are. A 11 .1 l . - "uu.eWn15 newspapers and all these whin- speech makers, are brim full of Mr. Ode's speech. nstead of the great princip!es that shouM cussed and plainly set forth before the people, to let them know what will be done for them, if If arri s elected, jou can read and hear nothing from thm but the cry oflog cabins and hard cider, and hard :der and log cabins, and when these men olvrinci- pie have rung the changes upon cabins and cidt r barrels, until the people grow sick of if, you then hear of the "soap and towels," window curtains and Deusieaas, chairs and tables, What lie shall we have next? T1e Contrast.' Wl iamH TTo; - ..iJ,:., 1S me pampered, pet son of nn f tw . .... r u" ill' :;; , mga-born, aristocratic fan,- Uie3 Off hf rlanc. f .1 .. ..u. " V J . rcvolu""- tie married the 7"m7,one 01 very wealthiest federal na Dos and aristocrats in thn S3i,t r -u.- tt . Ik . ' MnCi,CrIShed and bountifullv.fed r.i:..esl gIS 01 the Treasury of the people hefattest-spoilso - momenr, (now holding a fit office the clerkship- of a Court worth S63C0 a year.) ' ivinrrin vr. . i ' t'e son of a poor mechan- . .a 10 aaj-, i he PRESIDENT He has been "the builder of his own fortune." Which of these two, is the man for the people? n It: ?!!:rr's ':s;sns" pe "hw can- -w v v 11a II ne nas no doubt kept with great tl. s V VX7. "l amount to one thousand in the State of Ohio, where Harrison hves Now, the last Democratic majority in Ohio was about 8000 votes They have Prob.b,y drank aU theciderby this time, at their great shows iD Ohlo and when the voters which the Observer savs have changed get fully sobei.f we have no doubt hey will turn back ao-ain. ges, (which care) and now and I r : ' ZVfl ne a.Dd. . Reso1 That we are in favor of the re- for ofRpnnh r;a7;:r ".r. T P"DCIPles eIetloP of Bedford Brown and Robt. Strange on Moore and Cumberland. i " r " r".T r.1" - mat me peo- to the Senate of the United States, hnvin. 8th Hie aie lucapaDte ot se -nvcrnmpnt ' ih.n l... . . . r.i t tt 1 1 ...... . " uumuisuea counaence in thPir Caroets and rnvorli. and other household matters, down lm. ,ul ZZ- uuuiuru, 8do unamam. Tk . . . . .. """""i " uir in Uislncl. L.AUCHLIN BETIIU1VF w principle, were culled by one customers. r the counties of Richmond, Anson, Robe- p , f bed-ch"n,bc "d kitchen of the frpThe Observer thinks we manufacture the 26 whig lies which we have published. This cannot be. We take them from the Observ. " " ,euera' wn'S mint, with additions and em and Hale, to suit their whi. Brandy, peach, apple, Bacon, BeeswE t, Butter, . Bale Rojft, Co'ion "i'arn. Coffee, Cotton; Cotton Bawginor . Corn, a' Candles, p. F. Flaxseed, Flour, Feathers, Hides, green,' dry Lime, Lard, Salt, per bushel. Sack, Tobacco, lenf Wheat, Whiskey, Wool, Iron, bar, Molaaaes, Nails, cut, Sus'ar, brown, lurrp, " loaf, FAYETTEVILLE. SO 45 00 37 00 10 00 J20 15 ' 00 8 - 16 00 121 .00 6 00 16 65 00 17 0 90 41 00 38 00 4 00 12 9 73 21 4 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 40 a 15 a 31 a 33 a 6j a 7 a 16 13 a a $00 50 00 49 00 11 00 25 25. 00 10 22 00 13 00 8J 00 SO 70 00 1 P0 1 00 40 00 5 00 14 10 80 ? 41 80 45 16 6" 34 7 12 00 20 WILMISGTOS. 00 liacon, Butter, -Beeswax, scarce, Bale Rope, dull, Brandy, apple, Corn, per bushel, CoHee, Cotton, per 100 lbs. Cotton Bagging, dull, Flour, per bbl. Gin, American, Lime, cask, Molasses, Pitch, at the Sti,'!8, Rice, per 100 lbs. Rum, N. E. Rosin, scarce, Sugar, brown, Turpentine, soft, per bbl. Turpentine, hard Tar, per bbl. Pitch do Rosin, do Flooring boards, m. Wide do Hn Shingles. Country, fo Contract, th 81 17 23 6 37 55 It 6 20 4 75 55 1 25 2G 2 00 2 00 33. 1 50 8 1 60 a a a a a a a a a a a u a a a a $00 10 22 25 8 40 60 13 61 50 50' 30 25 50 34 00 00 a 75 a a 50 a 50 a 1 65 half price. 1 02 2 00 1 50 8 50 6 50 50 a 75 a 00 00 President, and retailed out by the small measure, in StCP'The electi I I ill It I i IF I I A .1 -- ; ". uinuses me true principles ot tecnty Uepublicamsm," and the resolution eulo2iz- The lag Mr Kelly's manner, course and principles, Thos. o uutj as uoiy writ." tint, nh t o,Kt r.ll ly writ." Uut. oh ' "ht a fii 13 there my countrymen," from the gepuine y .up.es or republicanism. In conclusion, we would feel under an obligation, if the afore- aia leaeral candidate Would show 119 thr country in which the few govern the many, and in tv-KV. U- i - ., . ability and in- meeting was Feverally addressed by T TT. I - . . . , . . . J iiVDart. 17a;l(l Kpid and 11 I. Holmes, Esas.. in suonnrt of th rosnlniinni! . nnd upon the question of their adoption, were passed unanimously. On motion, Resolved, That the foregoing Resolutions be handed to the Editor of th District. WILLIAM BERRY for eTe,7 nk nd COmer of cof, by the junior favorab,J o the Democracy. ions in Louisiana, have resulted the counties of Person, Orange and Gran ville. 9th District. JOSIAH O. WATSON, for the counties of Wake, Johnston and Wayne. 10. District WM. P. WILLIAMS, for the counties of Warren, Franklin, Halifax, and Nash. and Inferior stink-smellers, of whomOgle, at Wash- incrtnn Kha. m I 1 i i . . -.-t,. , luc llcau wnlg inqUI8Itor 0f 6tinkg in the bed-rooms of the White House and other icsser uepositoncs. Mr. Lincoln, a whig, and one of thn r!m;.. .- . . congress lo examine the Presi den's house and .urniiure, and report what things were necessary, """,u oi o me airty work cf peeping nhnnt n 11th District. A. W. ME BANE, for ih man a bed-rooms and other nlaces North Carolinian, with the proceedings Df counties of Bertie, Northampton, Hertford, out what was there and what was not there - and congress as much, when Ogle was making nis speech. But Ogle's smeller to Mr. Lincoln's. - .u u.ui tne many are happier than they this meeting for oublication. and Martin " me Un,ted States of America, On motion, Resolved. That this mtm 12th Dwrfc. CHARLES E. JOHN. could JhhTT Z0?1- stand adjourned to meet in the Town Hall SON. for the counties of Pasquotank, Gates. for the task -1..iiy on x uesaay evening next, 4th of August, 1S40. It is not because he is convinced that his lavonte principle if carried into operation would improve the condition of his country men, his adopted countrymen, I mean, that mV TrJ-U ft is because having a high opinion of himself; he imagines he would be- h?nf lhefa"l fa- But could he ....useu as ouiers see him," he would io some SOlitarv oll nJ I u : y auu cuu 1113 JOHN BLACK, Chairman. R. Cochran, ) A. M.Camfbei.1., -. only hie him ? ays an eremite, or shorten them by the use ot steel, as he once said he wm.lH aX if aa "a Freeman," m both the i prove an artio wholly false, but he has left the r-Amn.. I 1 IZ Z n'S weasad-as they were be fore the one unrefuted, and the other uncut. JXl a;edSe f a,at& Republican Sie gfh ? vif t0,d the a-emb!ed People, that if he did not nmvfl hm AT- AT. Son m' , I6- Republican candidate for the .ri; n "T'H f late' had said, to be false, he. ,Z wo,,,d al'P'y cold steel to hi but L !n!!eLPUr9,e rftoWog them off - JCll Wliai iVJr ivictjollum , ' ears as they were bel "nrefuted and the others uncut. u we ask the neonlo sori! ; r wa.wuiva "3 OUIU v- till (lit GICLLUiai VIIIK. Party that snnrmpio - . . u tu 1,1 ine "oerties of this great people sayZint"56 f ,,h People, whom they wer 7 1 lQ ot selt-government will an so ! ! Nqm tn the d37 f the election tr V ; Democracy. Vore, July 24th, 1840. Hear Lieut. O. M. HoM, hlmaeir. Thiei ffantlnmnn I I . giiuciuaii a case uas Deen quite a - wiuoiaii - ior tne southern Harnsonite: they will find it yet a " mare's nest." Richmond Enquirer says : " We understand that handbills have been circulated in various parts of this state, al ledging that .Lieutenant Hooe had been dis missed from the Florida station on the evi dence of two negroes. This is false, and the Executive Committee knew it to be so. Lieutenant Hooe, who is an honorable man. nose was another suess He noked Chowan, Perquimons, Camden and Curri- what ,,a miffht out, and delivered a speech, tuck. full of the rich perfumery he rn..r.. j ,u: i! " j una aucctll 1 O.U . J . 1 tir T T-i--r--.T-- I M I 1 .... oiu ivtrici. f. ij. JVJiy I JjJJ i , tor "v wcb me air wiu its sweets: wafted in por- ic vuumics oi ueauiort, JS.dgecomb, 1'ltt, 1"B lo su" wnig customers, by newspaper scrib Washington. Tvrrp.ll nnrl fTvHa biers and whiV ninmn .n..L... .. .. , . a - - y i a 1- -!. o, who proclaim uiese -ui district UAIUJCO U. WlllT- twtn oi ugic'a now, as the only genuine icAf FIELD, for the counties of Cr.vn Rrn principles j ' s Lenoir, Jones, Cateret and Onslow. Ihl. - 1 r r. .... - .o - K.or,ous gun irom the South. It shows what the shouts of haid cider and log cabins will .compi1Sn. vve Have two out of the three members E,Bllea lo ingress, while the federal whigs had all mree ai me last election. In the LeM,!f, .ave a majority ol democrats in the Senate, while the federalists have a majority of three in. the other uouse. we will mve I ho f.,ll . , c ..iUlll3.Ilexl weeK. Read the explanation ofnurrnr,PSnn.,n. Poinsett's plan to train the militia, and .r a fouler and meaner attempt to deceive thi nMnt could be devised, than the total misrenrMmat; r .. . . mis ro.nseualta.r, by the log cabin and hard cider ites. 15th Dwricf.-WM. S. ASHE, for the The I count,e8 of Bladen, Sampson, Columbus, Du- pnn, mew Hanover and Brunswick. Attention I People or FayetlevUle and the whole Cape Fear Country. What will Mr. Morehead do to help you if you elect him? Is he not tongue-tied upon State policy; as Harrison is upon federal politics? What did he tell you he would do for the town mart r is the said, and ley were before the one and the Cane Fearcountry, when he addressed vou at the Town .tys oiuerwise in a communication he lately Mouse He has made speeches of four hours length At. ocratic Republican Meeting. "enocri i n respectable meeting of the of p 7; -"wpnuiican party oi tne district T:.;rUev,Ue' neld at the Town Hall, on John lit e,ven,ng we 28th July, 1S40, Col ert P "I K was cal,ed to the Chair and Rob- Pointed SeetaTieV M' P fthe ma?avmSxPlai the object balfoftn' g' Ah?mas L' Hybart.Esq., in usmD; ""' iee appointed at a previ meeting, offered the foljowing resolutions: ment a?y Siates to the general Govern Cnstitut PreCl'Se and WRl1 deflned n a written Wanted ri' U Power not expressly Wctiv-i '! are reserved to the states re- Resol ;rrr. 6 peop,e of the States- ' "ot deui j . 1 the exercise of any power eW r bylhe Constitution, either., by inches rthe Judicia, or the Legislative resp, " - ? gvemmeDt, an invasion of ved rights of the States or the people, made to the Fredericksburg Arena. Hear him nail this wilful and base falsehood to the counter. However he may have permitted his feelings to be excited on this subject, he is incapable of falsehood : " In conclusion, having been asked very here, at Bhdcn, Columbus, Robeson, Richmond. Moore and Anson, and has totally omitted even to mention your portion of the State, as deserving public notice, and calling for his official aid and countenance, if elected ! He talks long and loud about affairs at W.iahintr. offfn hi fflftnslci nnn irAforirtnn n n.l I . -1 , j .. Uv,)Uamiaui.M uu ouaugeis, ion wane ne cannot spare a word for your iinmedi- concermng the evidence given by the ne- ate local iuterests. groes against me before the court martial, I Are the interests of this town beneath Mr. More will here take occasion to say, that it was not head's notice? Can he not spare a word from ffcn the testimony given by the negroes that I com- eral politics, to bestow upon our home affairs? Does plained of, but the fact that they were allowed he wish to make the "top round of the ladder" APPnr h testify at all." which he talked about, only a step, from which hi. Again he says It is the principle I ar- ambition, may seat him in the Senate of the United gue against, and not the testimony ot the ne- States? gF VVS" ... t tt , . 11 is ver? ren,arkable that a candidate for Gov- We agree with Lieut. Hooe ; the princi- ernor should be so taken up with his lo- cabin and c.ple ,s a bad one. "But the President of hard cider politics, as whoHj tc ,-o?w2fun, the United States cannot alter the law. he Mi. k: ' "ou 10 ort.et, or wiituiiy has to exerntfi if. AY. ;il ... . ,u ' " " particularly, tlus section . . .. icj LI ICS- OI 11, iimony ot tne negroes to have been in favor of the accused : what then ? . The whiirs would have remained as mum as their candidate on the subject. When the Democratic member of Congress moved to refer the subject to the Judiciary, that the odious rule should be alter ed, why did not the " whigs " show their sin cerity, and vote to change it. No- no ; Mr Slade, of Vermont, J. Q. Adams, and all the abolitionists would be offended ! . And thus to Col. Wltttin. nf RaI.. ....1 r .. .., ..U..OUU, luuionzei us 10 p 1 ve 1. 1 . .1 1 ... l"c w server's slander of him, arid to call on uie editor tor the author of it. He savs the Ob. server knew ho lied when he substituted the battle of the Thames for the defence of Fort Stephenson, wu,cn p.ace, wnne roghan was defending, against the express orders of Harrison, he, Harrison, was many miles oft", if not "picking huckleberries," at any rate not present to aid Croghan in the battle. i ne voionei bshs tiaio and the bob-tail whigs, wny they have placed the defence of Fort Stephen son in the list of Harrison's heroic deeds, in the "eloquent record" in their published life of Harrison, wncn uiey know ho had no hand in that glorious defence? xmr . ...... . v aison is 01 opinion that the Robeson hard cider gang were so bewildered at Mr. Morchead's drop ping among them, that they looked on in amaze- ment, as r.t a wonder dropped from the moon, and 1 ..... - ne uoesnoi wonaer that they hate him, for daring 10 trouoie ineir great man with questions. Congress has adjourned. Mr. Hunter was elect ed Speaker by the votes of the whie. He appointed several Committees upon the ex penditures of the public money, with a majority of whigs on each, for the express purpose of letting these enemies of Mr. Van Buren show, if they could, any mismanagement. or abuse in the use of the public money. These grumbling whig committee men, were at work six or seven months, at a vast expense, (to pay the wages of their idleness,) and, what is the result? What have they found amiss, in the use of the public money by Mr. Van Buren and his democratic supporters in office? Not one single report from any of these brawlin C6 have seen two certificates, and ni affi davit, of respectable men, proving the fact, that the,, "enerai Harrison wearing the black cockade of federalism on his hat, in the time of the elder Adams. John Randolph no doubt was riffht when he charged General Mum, with supporting the Alien and feeditioTn Law Administration of old Adams. The follow infr lines were sent bv a vonner .avir iu uer lover, wnose name was r nft n r 1 . i. .. . . ' iew weens Detore their marriage. The nuo- rl t . . r 1 ..... . . was iiea immediately upon the dis- cerning iover s deciphering their import: Why urge, dear Sir, a bashful maid To change her single lot, When, well you know, I've often said In truth I love you, Nott? For all your pains I. do, Nott, care, And trust me on my life, Though you had mill ions, I declare, I would, Nott, be your wife ! .Fayetteville FEMALE SEMINARY. should nxpross to its former patrons and friends my confidence, that in the hands ofMr. Spencer it will be conducted with ability and faithfuCss, on the general plan heretofore pursued. Mr. Spencer as a teacher, is laborious, accurate and persevering R. W. BAILEY. Tr,iSufbnr'btr Wil1 open the Seminary on tho JL 1 5th of October next, and hopes by givinff his entire and exclusive attention to the bGsiness tLMALE TEACHERS to merit the patronage heretofore bestowed. In recrarrl in K X t teil 'offiMINKn 8ay at prernt' that ne is ijcm 1 n.lt All JN ED to give a course of instruc tion in each department . THnRnfTrr The Academic year will be thesame as before; com mencing on the I5th Orfnhnr nr,J l-: ' T T , . . . , - " " IUOIU oil lilts oth July, and divided into ti " t. charged from time of entrance to close of season and no deduction made fnr . . ' of sickness. CBSes Elementary Department, or Se cond Class, First Class. French Lansunce. Drawing and P inline, iuusic on ine .fiano Foite companied by the Voice, Music on Guitar, . Use of Piano, Incidentals,' $3 00 pera:sion 16 00 10 00 " 10 00 ac- August 1, 1840. 25 00 " 35 00 3 00 50 G. SPENCER. 75-1 CHEAPEJt THAN EVER. NEW ARRANGEMENT. Jin appeal to the true Democracy. On the first of Aiiohbi .. political Reformer w.tl be comenc I? wi I Z fiye cents, each until the Presidential election-fi copies for one dollar ra.ni...i.. - -.V Fliiv.-niisf,,r ln -"" t-upies ior 3N . . " oncnuv receivea, enables ! the proprre or to put it at this unusually cheap rate, it will continue, as hrfrA i j. K c t j v vsvaLc nit? pure ' IIIIIIIltT III jfllBraAninn I 1... 1 IdrepublicanJadmarUolW uiiuonoiiiiv uueinv. ran oft .to ...:il 1 Gardner and McKetlian, CARRIAGE MAKERS. truckle for and obtain abolition votes, thev are . ' . . lne only way to prevent willing ,0 sacrifice principle. Such forms It ti Gr. Soever be shall the material of the Harrison party. " Will Jf "d? P he Sat j-ce, by exerting southern men support such a vacillating crew? e trust not. Savannah l eleerravh. C7 M We earnestly addressed you some months ago, on the subject of a road to the West, to help the trade of this town, and build up a North Carolina market, so as to bring our Western friends: with their produce, here, instead of negligently letting federalists, has been made to Congress, in the whol them seek a market, at Charleston, Linchburg, and six months search, of one single default, or abuse in Petersburg; A rail road is Completed from Raleigh the public offices ! ! For Stanley's report of $180 10 i-eiersourg. xbie will take a great portion of laid out by Mr. Wheeler for the Mint at Ch rayeueviiieiraoetothat market, out of the SUte. And, mark what we say ! The iCJThe steamboat North Carolina, on her pas sage from Wilmington to Charleston, was sunk. The Gov. Dudley, a boat on the same line, run into the North Carolina in thu night, making a perfect wrccs. ot her. 1 he rasecners were all saved. his influence, honestly and zealously in our behalf. Without the official aid of our Governor, heartUy on our .side, we may bid farewell to the trade, and prosperity of Fayetteville. It will be left to sink, neglected, while its rich western trade will enrich the markets of neighboring States. - Tha Governor is ex-officio, chairman of the Board of Internal Improvements. . In the hands of that Board, must be placed the destiny of our town and larlotte, is too contemptible to notice, as either a default or an abuse, when these men could only, find that tri fling amount la:d out improperly, out of the many millions, which it costs to carry on the government. Let every voter remember this fact when he goes to vote. The cry is, that the Government is corrunt in the use of the public money, and that there must be "a change." The whigs. in Congress have had committees at work six months, to show this corrup tion, and they have totally faile d.They have noth ing to report against the people's servants. Can any federal whig look an honest man in the face, and talk about corruption, after this? 1 endeavoring to disabuse the poblic rnind of the mon strous perversions of our political opponents, and f n presenting to the unbiased iudo-mA7,.f :-';... "111 gent people, those saving truths which alone can continue us in our upward and onward career of' national srlory. The Reformer wilt steadilv ami l., j : cate the re-election of Martin Van Buren f to the Presidency, and as zealously nniMi. t, . : ot the imbecile, superannuated old man, who has been put in nomination Jor thnthioh 1.-.l f ..... . . to " uuac, U lull federal abolition whiff party. The nnn,..luiJ i. price at which it is nroDosed to h. ..kii i I 11.. l u.iiom.u. will enable all those whose means are limited to become patrons of the paper. Our democratic friends are MAVE now on hand, and for Sale at very Re- earnestly requested to use their exertions in procur duced Prices, . ""S subscribers, which they will please hand to theii 3 Carriages, 4 Barouches, 3 very light four wheel Buggies 4. liUggJ IgS, 4 Sulkeys on a new plan, o opmig vv cigous, mree verv ngnt, 4 Chain, do. Persons wishing to buy, would do well tck call and examine their work, as they feel confident they can make their work as well, and sell it as low as it can be had irom any tegular Northern Establish ment. - All work made and sold by' them is warranted 12 months, ana win re repaired without charge, if they lau by had workmanship or materials. Repairing neatly executed at short notice. anA nn reasonable terms. Orders thankfully received, and prdmntlv attend. ed to. Fayetteville, August 1, 1840. 56-tf. fostmaster. with the reauesf thnt h. -I 1.1 e . TK k m h,,ngt" cnor Portsmouth, V... to 1 heophilus Fisk. editor and nmAi.t... July, 1840. WM. MUNROE, MERCHANT TAILOR. TT EGS leave to return (hanks for the liWal pat--M- ronae he has received, and also to inform his friends and the public senerall v. that he at ill tin lies to carry on the Tailoring Business in H jta branches. He ha received the latest fashions for the SPRING & SUMMER of 1840, and is always ready to execute orders with neatness and desnatch " - 171 y. Blank Checks for sale at this office