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i-"- TOTHE' WHIGS OF N, CAROLINA.
' 1 , . " i J- .S-
ICjP I jt"ibe.wisb of the,Whigs in many
p3Ms of the Stale tbat-a Convention shoo I J be
held inthirrplace on,the 5ih of October Jex: ;
' 'Relievio this suggestion to bare met wilh
rencra: appiooauon; we nereaj iiuuuacBjB if
'' t ha! of the Whi? Parly of North Cafo!riatM
' there icM be a Wiig Slate Conventionlheldin
?ihe City oft Raleigh on IheZlh of October next
"V the Uj on which was achieved the victory of
ihe Thames, .when (be friends of Harrison arid
Tliefiirin tbioaglioof the ?Jtat(e will be expected
4 to b represented .either in person or by 'delegate;
1 Whig of Jtorlh ' Carolina !'i Vbur Codrjtry exr
1 pects every roan to do his duty J - - ; I .
J. IL BRYAN, i-'..
GEO. W. HAYWOOD,
- - . 'I- .:' V-,T. j; lemay, i " .
: - j as. iredell;,
- H WV MILLER, '
- r.VV. RVGALESr .
" -r.-- II McQUEEN. '
y,- y ,: :: - .W. H. BATTLE,-
: The Watchmak" mar hereafter be bad
1 for (if o dollars in 'advance and two dollars and
jjifiy cents at the endoMhe-yearv
r - No subsciipiioD will recei ved for a less time
' thnri one yf'arionleSs paid for jn akancv -No
pipef diaconlioned (hat at the" option of
r the Editors) oolil all airearage are paid r;; "
;erms 'of:xdtertisiko.; ij , .
i , One dollar per,!pqiare fr the first insert; on and
1 twenty-five cents toreacb continuance. : ?
: Coart notices will be charged 25 per et. bigh-
J er ihanytbe"aboTe rte.-V''- . ' J, I '
' A deduction of 53f pr cent will be made to
!h who adrerlise by the year. 11 .,
All adtrertispments will be cootinoed nntil
forbid and charged for accordingly, unless! order
ed for a certain homhef of utne. ' - i t x
1 c3LeH3rs addressed to the Editors must
ome post paid its ensure attention. ; j
razees cuhheht at
Salisbdrt, September 11. ' 3
y'&t;fMff:'-- Cents. '
f Btconyf y 7 a 8
i BrantJyrapa 40
V ' peach," ; a 50
! Butt(?r, rKH8 a -10
, Cotton in seed 1 1 J J Sugar, br.
, . cleans
Oi a 7
14 a IS
35 0 .40
$4 a 4
62 a 65
Irony per Jb. 4ja6j
Linseed Oil, pr. r
, -VV';-'u-.f - Cents.
Molasses, 40 a 60
Nails, v. 8 a 10
Oats, 15 a 20
10 a 12
loaf, 18 a 20
Salt, $1 25
Tallow, 10 a 121
Tobacco, 8 a 20
Tow-Lineu, 16 a 20
Wheat, bush r : 52
VVhiskey, 45 a 50
Wool, (clean) : 40
Lard, 7 a 8
Grcai" Western Stage ZitiCi
FZIOM SALISBURY to ASHVILLE, N. C.
-ARRAEMENT FOR 1840.
Tfortli 'Carolina .Book Store.
rinohl wotkfr'on rarroioff, uraninff, isota- nn
J ny; Cattle. OVcbafds: andthc Giap? Vme, 1 ?JL friends and the publiciihat he ts now carry-
IE- 'i M. . r! V:";-v. sn- Tnrina.Bosines-sjn Lex.iTgion,
1 . J I a ' : nl. M"". . .i - f f.mriPPn rpars.
i j he compieie ranurr,;iwciiMi uiuuritii an(j nopes mavautr a-wiruvr;-'-- t, .
i noose, Bfiogeman & heIiv ".be pertnittcI to soticti ppo!'
on8 ii.ncycjopeaiaoi; (e,,j,on( ln h,& ime; nm7uy-c e
foiled Vb the at tainment of soperiorityVin his
Florist Go!dt liP Green 1
gardener's Assteanir Loud
fipHE abore JiDe is now'. in foil operation and
dardenlnor. Art of . Winemaktnjj, Memoirs f th
Pennsylvania Alricolioral 'Society. Teaiise on
Cattle, their breed, management, $rc2 Farmers j
Own Book, Mowbry on Poultry, History of the
Horse. New Arnerican Orchardisf. Ornamental
Jl arriTe at, and departs rrom, Salisbury, as fol. Trees, Farmers Register, complete as lar as paoj; j Jt p3riicularly remembered, i nai ne warraiua
. -Lea?es:'t8aji$brry OQMonday-.Thoisdeys-, .ijncyclopedia: fjAgricultare ; togetrw-rwttbva is fyilflj
and SatardavsJat 5 nVWk. A. .AI.: arrives at chi.ni.iH .nMpr.ti,m nf Tt.mks in ever? department, l lrti:!Uiinn"wiibthe'pablic. and feels flattered
Ash t'jI le next days at 8 o'clock, PAl
v Re a rn i ng.les es AshTille on Mondays, Th o rs
dajs.and Satardlys, at 5 o'clock A: M ; arrives
at Salisbnry next day 3 at 8 o'clock P. M."
.. ., ,rM;;iJ".,A. UCiDiUIII, .
: !' I V :'; ":: & W' LONG. ;
N. B; Passengers leating Raleigh, N C.
Tennessee, . will find no delay
is-route. T A B &rR. W. L.
0. Jan. l7th,.lS40. 1(25.
of Literature, 'm sale at reduced prices by
ltI k-ii t, in F.nrnne and America sia - years
inEoroWan ilO i Amerieay He employs
none but the best of wprkmen, and wonl have
whatever on th
TURNER & HUGHES
R ilpJoh Ma :6. i i '1 - y:
X it Rnik rtindinfr done with neatness and
despatch, at tbNnClBw)k Store. '
I TO R THE" . " . --"i- -
AND WINTER OF
:.w f.J Kna il.t h mr be freowentlv. called
i i 1 i uid( t5, -vn w iiEU:
on. - 1 .'va"t" .7
Lexington, April 3; l4ti.-iy4t -.-
EW: ESTABLISH! EXT.
v M tMocksvillt, JV. C.
yf-X THOMAS TO S TER
INFORMS (he public that be has removed
from hi former stand; to- his new. -buildings
on the public shuare in the Tuwn of Mocks-
viHe, wnere ne win continue to Keep a
Miousc of Iliitertainment
His House it roomy and commodioos; nttach
ed to which are
FlCES for sent
ient to the CourtHouse. The sobscjicei pledg
es himself to the most diligent exertions, to give
satisfaction to suchas may call on him. His
TABLE, B Aft J&. STABLES are provided in
tbe;best manner. that the country will afford,
and his servants aretaithful and prompt.
f 11HE Subscriber informs Ihe public, that she
I liai inat received! tbrooffb the Norihernj
Ci!tieslhe late'stjand most approved -
LONDON & PARISIAN FASHIONS,
in.iinrnnri() tn flxecate orders in the most
stylish and satisfactory manner. -
Work acnt frdm a distance 9hall be care full jr
put up and forwarded. .
- j j D, PENDLETON,
trr A few; Bonnets. Caps, Turbans, and
Six comfortable of- "t" ,c1' !e kf pl on ''"'' i"IJ 9 "..
Silitbutj, Oclobfi 18, 189 -
ffl HE Subscribers- Agents for 1 he Lexington Walkings, Jphjri I:
I. Cotton Factory, wonld inform the public fell, Yarbrough &
:i U ' AND . '
: I . . - j fFt7mmgon, A. C.
Rcrcn to ,; ! j-: ..'
Messrs. E. L. & W: Winslow, E. f ,W.
V ! M
THE S UBSCRIBER HA VIM EE A
MOVED HIS SHOP TO iuu
! B UILDLVG FORMERLY -j
KJVOfVN AS THE ,
j i POST OFFICE,
Continues to keep on band a good assortment 0
I Watche and Lliams,
j Silver Spoons and Pencils,
Musical Boxes and Silver Thimbles,
1- U Breast Pins ttiid Rings,
I j Rqdgers' Pocket and Pen Knives,
And al other articles in his line. ;
I f Oi KS & HATCHES
Repaired in the best manner, and warranted for
twelve months Old Gold and Silver taken in
exchange for articles purchased or in paymen
for debts due.
r DAVID L. POOL.
Salisbury, June 7, 1839 tf45
Ciiehaw, Septembers, 1840.
-S ! i ' r.
ts iff .- -
Bale rope lb
ColTeo lb 12 a 15
Cotton! 8 a 8i
Corn bush 50 a 62
Feathers 45 a ,50
Iron lOOlbs 5ja 6
Lard ll a l2j
4 a 6 f Nail3xcut assor 78
.7 a 8 I wrought-16 a 18
15 a 00 I Oats bushel 40 a 50
20a 23 Oil gal 75 a
18 a 25 lamp &125
8 a 10 linseed 1 10 a 1 25
Pork lOOlbs v 5i a 6
Rice lOOlbs 4a 5
Sugar lb 8 a 12
Salt sack $2 a
bush ' $100
Steel Amer. 10 a 00
1 Lugusn tT 14
40 a 45 I German 12 a 14
12i j Teaiinpe. 81 $137
that therbave just received, and now offer for
sale, wholesale lor retail, the Cotton Yarns of
said Factory, I consisting of vaiious numbers.-
I he superior qualities and character of ihe yarns
John Huske & Sort, C J. Or-
Ray, Joseph Baker, C.
& My rover. i
! 1 Fayelleville. N. C,
March 27 1 1840 6m3o
Tf .AS a new fipnoranhv and Atlas, for
the use of Schools and private learners
in fact for all who may wish "to read history, and
to have it in the family. A comp!ete ystem o
modern Geography, comprising a description ot
t he present state of the world and its five great
divisions,? Europe, Asia, Africa Amer ieaand
Ocean ica, with their several Empires, Kingdoms
Slates, Territories, &c. The whole embellished
v numerous Ens ravinijs of various interesting
objects of INature and Art ; together with repre
of this Factory, are so well tested and known, as
n vAAil rv riAivtvtArlelirin frnm ita ' 'tkw$A I
wishing to purchase will please give us a call. lAMSEL of Da, fen. by the author of Yem- sentations of remarkable and noted events, si nv
J r - E. . I m m fi-i. : nui of an Alto. I n J .ijnn tn .UA Mnii.it F 1TV 1 1 1 11
p '& G K. WHEELER I 'L masoc, wt;. x lie iuruiuito v uit nnwi I yuucu aiiu uuapicu iu uc v.(aviij nj ,.--
" w MMKMMA.AW.tiM.iMii a. nn inA .ninrir nr . nn - a mm r. nnn r. in m . r.n r m n at aniri v van
adventures of a gentlemaD in search of a horse."
Town, by Cornelia
April 24,1840; K38
Fatf.tti;vii.lk, Jbtpieujber 2, 1840.
Brandy, peacb45 a 50
Do, Apple 37 a 42
'Bacon',- y "da in
Deeswax; , 2fl a 25
CotTVe, 121 a 131
Cotton, - - 5 a 8
Cotton Yarn, 16 a 22
Corn.- 50 a 00
Candles, F.F. J7
Flaxseed 90 a4 00
Klo:ir ' . S4i'a$5i
Feathers 35 a 374
Jron y 5 a 54
Molasses S3 a 374
Nails, cut 61 a 7
Sugar blown, j 9 a 12
Luuipj ' , 16
Iaf, ' 18 a 20
Salt, . 75 a 80
Sack", $24 a $21
Tobacco leal I 4 a 44
Cotton baw. 1lC a 20
Bale rope, i 8 a 10
Wheat new! 80
Whiskey 30 a 35
Wool, 15 a 20
BF. FRALEY keeps constantly on hand
a full supply of ready f v
- MADE CLOfHIJVGn
Coats, Pantaloops and Vestit, also Cloths, Casi-
merei and Vesting, air of which, he i ill sell
. low fW cash 1- He is also prepared to cut and
- ranted to fit we
itice. v He will leoch the
on the most approved and Fashionable Style to
f Tailor's wishing instruction. B. F. F.
Sept 6, 1S39- 12m6 :'r: 1 1
bg in a yeryi superior style, and war
1 well. .Garments cut on short no-
' i- I'i roR ''the v : ".
SPHMWG & SUMMER
1 1 840.
HORACE H. BEARD,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public, that he still carries on the TAI
LOR1NG BUSINESS at his old stand on main
street, next do4r to the Apothecary Store. He
is ever ready to execute the orders of his custom
ers in a style and manner not surpassed by any
workman in the Western pait of the State He
is in the regular receipt of ihe latest London and
New York FASHIONS, and prepared to ac
commodate the! tastes of the fashionable at all
times. : 1 . j : -
iCf Cutting girments of all kinds attended
to promptly , arid the latest Fashions furnished
at all times to country tailors, and instructions
given in culling;, f
Salisbury, JVa$ 1940. Iy25
Just Received and for Side,
MVhoiesale or JRetail,
18 Hhds: Sugar, .
1500 lbs. Loaf Sugar,
16 Kegs; Powder, . ,
1 bbl. Madder,
200 lbs! ffpaaish Indigo,
200 Bottles Snoff. '
15 Urge'covering Hides,'
30 pr, Elliptic Springs,
15 cases! Hits, ' .
100 pr. Tracr Chains,
8 Mouse Hole Anvils,
8 Bright Vices;
9 pr. Blacksmiths Bellows,
300 Sacks Spit (large size,)
125 Kegs! Nsils asst'd sizes,
100 Kegs! Vf hite Lead, -
j By J & W MURPHY.
Salisbury April29, 1840. t
2 vols. The man about
Weabe. Nan Darrell.or the Gipsf Mother, bv
the author of ' The Squire frc- Charles Tyr
rell, or the Bitter Blod, by James. The Gen
ilemen of the Old School, by James, author ot
the Robber, 4cJ Jost received at
TURNER & HUGHES'
N Carolina Book Store.
-fA T the house of Hogh Brown; between three
; A ;.Vt f.nir miles'abtive VVilkesboro and on
ihe Yfidkin'Rivetr there will be sold, on ihe
22od end 23rd days of September next; three
several tfafts b( landrconlaining i, "-T . i j.
v .L. .;...i;nta jhA,frm'nereun be
or more, i.a. vu. ,. .-- . r .k- v.,
lives Said Lands lie on omn sioe
kin Riter. and contain at leasts 125 acres of
Yadkin bottom, besides quantity ot gtxKi up
inA A W 450 -Acres of, Land. on the: wateis
of Lewis Fork and ReddiVsRiverjone
undivided half oftwolois in Ihe Tyn of U ilkes-borovy-
one of said lois adjoins the Publc?qnare,
nd asa situation for business equal to any in the
A nn -i' be 25ii i and 26th :laTi flhere wi)lb"e
sold on the premises, in A4e County, 640 Acres
of Land..situated on;Meeti Camp crk valua
ble for its meadow land and us convenience lur a
stock fairo ; also, 123 Acres, on .nnecw.ii.R
Creek, and 50 or 60,Acreson ine iiioeyiioge.
Said lands will be sold on accredit of-three and
fW Prs. and will be sold byme as Executor,
under the Will of J?hn Brown, ilereased. .
y -: HAMILTON UKUWiMr W f.,
' . y. Of Johny Brown, Iecd-
Also, there will be sold on the 22nd and 23rd
days of September next, at the house of the above-
named. Hgb Brown, . j,
Y my cv.-.
mv h,-aa .
horse, bridle r !
Said nrtjro h.u ?
cr "jut rcceivf .'
T yt. A a no:, ;';
(N.C now a r
County. It sr
tends that J3;1
married the rri
sold three cr f. r
and rffrisJprvJ i
Coooty Cocrt :
any pt rsi(n it t
Jackvif hp H 1
to the end .f
to hitii oniil i; i -
5 fefi 8 ir 10 r
before, inc!ir.?J :
he left, a brou ;
and wooi hnt.
I will ray f I "
of the Slate, r -city
AcgHSt 3, 1:
a quantity of good Wheat; of the growl h ot 18S9
crop of W heal a nd Corn of this year's gow 1 h ;
Rve and Oats : Hoosebold and Kitcnen t r
nimre, Farming Utensils; Also, on f.the 25ib
and 26th, a parcel ot STOCK CATTLE, oa
the premises in Ashe, on Meet-Camp Creek.
For more foil information concerning the. Lands
above described, persons desirous to purchase are
t rt litfrt' -- It.
referred to iiugn mown, in vv uses, ana, jon
Miller, who resides nn the Meet- Uamp Lands.
July 31. 1840. ids. -
ND committed to Jail of Rowan County,1
on the ISt h instant, a Neirro man wh
sas his name is John, ard belongs tu Thomas
B. Stone cf Alabama. John ia very black, abooi
45 years of age, is lam in the right lej, cans
ed by white Sl'nsr, slow, spoken. with a dwii
lock aborp; Mtjr 0 inches high. The
owner e BEav'I0016 frward, prove pio-
peny BMjAjjyi iawe mm away
to accompany the work, m"8t last elulm and
carefully colouied and elegantly put op The
whole wotk is neatly done .The publishers
have; received numerous testimonials in taroof
of the Geography from Teachers and others in
various parts of the Union. There are so many,
ibey would make a pamphlet, we would make
a pamphlet, we would select some of them ; but
they are too lorg for a newspaper advertisement.
We do most earnestly solicit a critical ezamina
of the work by all may feel an interest im plac
ing before youth a correct Geography. There
is, also an outline Atlas which can accompany
the Geography, the maps of which are not col
onred. but calculated to aid the learner,
i $CF Just call at No. 1, Cheap side, Fayette
ilte St., Where you may find the above work,
together with every new publication of the day,
and many rare works of older times
i TURNER & HUGHES.
Rale.igh Jan. 1, 1840
State of Jlortti aroUua
I j SURRY COUNTY.
j Court of Equity July Term, 1840.
Leonard McBride, Johnl
fcwefrtVID KERNS Jailor. Bfer, Andfr8on
r?X-?7 ''i-e : ; Bride, and others.
Petition for sale of
Benj Clayton, & wife
Nancy, VVra. McBride,
Nvthan McBride, and
IN this case, it appearing to tbe satisfaction of
the Court, that ihe Defendants are not resi
dents of this State : It is therefore ordered, that
publication be made for six weeks in the Caroli-
thi R,n ThUr.in.;ntr,n t..v r.n,v n -.V aicnman, tnai iney appear at the uoart
nosieof them at th North. 4t..t from natrioii-ot Equity, to be held for said county of Surry,
; i- L' i .t.. . .1 u u I 8t the
uiiRiuciniiuiJs, iiu ufciria tun iiirj siiuuiu or
A CONSIDERABLE NUMBER of these
"TREEH may be had at Fayetieville N.
C j a boot tbe last of next euramer or tbe first of
taken by his rjative Stale. The price will be
the: same as in,Baliimoreor New York, andnill
be forwarded tnj j)hrchasers on the money's being
remiuea. it is nopea tnaisucn as may wisn to
engage, may doso at an early day.
Enquire iof 'E; L. Wibslow, Fayetteville
N.IC i. ; ill :
Feb 1, 18391(29
Juzt Received and Receiving,
' .!! - . . - J,--
A LARGE StOQK OF FRESH AKD OEt.UISE
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Glass Ware, Lemon
Syrup, Instruments, Soaps, Candlt s5 Frsh
Rice. Spices, Perjfumes, Tobacco, CigarPaste Hi s . o- i,
Boards,' Writing Sand Wrapping Pafer-also a l'? 35 ,do,Ur. The
large supply of sjiperi r Wines and Spirits for
medical use, whih will be sold whole sate and
retail at prices to suit the pressure of ih tims by
0 IB 4- C. K. WHEELER.
June. 19, 1840;--tf 47
Sali iburtr Coffee-House.
I H1AKL'.. op and committed to the Jail o
' iles countvi Worth Cam in, i.n th
first day of April, (inst.,) negro man, who says j
about 2 4 years of age five feet eight inches
'high, of a toIerabte,ark color, "quick prken and
.'.r. . ': LI. I.'. L.l .... I.' Al .
l.ehnrri4rf..r r.nk.ii n,.-J XT,L rueod and, costomers,. that be. still
HtViftihisTy y,lv on nHnd ueneral supply of articles of a soperi
. oniy, m tms tale, and nis master wis takur J .i:,, ii u t-tii r u -n L
him t Mississippi: 'and 'that he runaw.v from ! '7. 10 h 9 Ne. n?9-. He m
him-iii nk,ii. Fi j - nwsro id accommtviaie miK who may tavor
mm in Uorgta, Ie-owner is rrquesied to Lim . , " l .u . T .
.mn, f-.tt-PT -j ... j . i i - I n,ui with a call, jh terms the most moderate
coirre inrnrJ aod prove property, pay cnargrs j , . -
tr t.mcauj iv(jursis au mose loaeoieo io
him, eiiher by !n(te or account, to come forward
and settle thisano betvreen This and the next
Rowan Nuperior; Court, as he is obliged io have
money to renwhis siock ot Groceries, &.c. All
Who do not Coraplv With !hi r. n ipsl maw t.
rnwt to settle jh an officer, without respect to
Salisbury, August 23, 1840,
r llAREN opjand entered on the Ranger's
M Uioks of ilfe County of Cabarrus, by John
C. Cochran on( tbe llib day of August, 1840, a
mare muie, trorri 8 to 12 vears old. of a brown
hereby notified to come forward, prove property
pay cuaiges and receive u as the law directs.
J M. MILSTER, Ranger.
August 14.1840;-8ir3 ' abarrua County.
Court House in Rockfordon the fifib
monr'ay after tbe third monday of August next,
then and tberer to answer, plead, or demur to the
Bill of the Complainants, otherwise, tbe cause
Will be heard exparie, and Judgment entererTac
I i S GRAVES, c m. k.
August, 7, 1840 6w2 Primer's fee $5 50
has - m . i - -
and take him way, or he will be dealuwiih ac
cording to law. I
- ANDREW PORTER jjailor.
April 24, 1840 ir38
. HAVING removed his Office to' the ee
. rood door of Mr Cowan's Bricks fow (for
merly occupied by Dr A. Smith) nearly
opposite M. Brown's Store, politely tenders
Ins profps-sional ?er vices to the public.
Sansbury Aug. 21, 1 340 tf4 I
TTT V I N G hV ted
the Town of Salisbury. t."jd-rsi his servi
ces o !t? Ciii2.;n and the adjaceni CcorJry. in
all the various branches of his Prcfessioc H
can be found at his nulce on main Street one
door below the iffiee of the Western Carolinian
June 25. 1840 ly 4 J
MRS. HQ.WARD respeeifolly informs th
gentlemen of Salisbury, and eitn-os gener
ally, thut she will make p?n;al)Of, vrsis. and
Summer coats, for half the pnc row paid Tai
lors for such work. She has done a great dealof
such work fof ithe Tailors, and wili tosare alt
ril HE undersigned will sell at Public Sale in
Jl Lexington, Davidson County, on the 5th
day of October next, (it being Monday of Supe
rior Courtj) six
in yheTjwn of Lexington fThree of ihem
fronting the main street, the other three situated
on the back street., A credit of six month nil I
he gven by lherprchaser giving bond and good
r1 T ! yj E S.CALDCLEUGH.
Lexington, N. C. Ang 10, 1840- 8w3
, i -r. '
himself permanently ifhthat may ae given her, to be done a durable and laily invited
neat as any done by them. Shirts, bosoms, &e
will also be made at a very reasonable prices.
ngn 21. 1840 tf 4
riWIE SubBcribers would respectfully inform
JL the ciuiens of Concord and its vicinity.
that thfjr liave pnrctmed from John Clark all
hisj S TO CAiand TOOLS connected with Tin
and 5hf-fl Iroti Bainesa, and are now prepaied
to jmanoiacturie ll articles in their line, which
ihy flVr at wholesale or retail at the most rea
sonable terms, nd confidentlyssore their cos-toui-rs
that thy can depend on having order
executed bet'er and with less delay than tbey
bite terbeen 3t up heretofore. The subscri
bers falter trjerielv(-s that iheir articles shall
be ipfrrior to wolie to the State, and request the
tavnrof a calf 1 Their Shop for the present is
irt the iar of Afiison Moss and directly opposite
oi. Drno jer s otnee.
N". B. Th a i lent ion of the public is parfica
Of every description neatly done ai this Office.
j P. S
trj the subscribers plan of roof
ing, which can be sen on tbe Salisborr Cotton
er. Lead and Copper taken
ASMALLcbesnut sorrel Horse,
Six Tears ntd 'ahm?! I9 r.rl
hands high, with a small white spot
mi me lureneari TPrv chnn - .a
roogh pacer, and a hard trotter. A reasonable
icwbiu wm o given lor his delivery ' - "
! WELLINGTON SMITH.
August 21. 1840-if4 1
Anthony Series or lassical
i 0Us, for Schools and Colleges:
H 7 i ,u -afin, nrst Lessors in
; a uramn:ar of the Greek Lac-
K8 pyateai ut Grek Prtdy ; Cawar's
VUUJ"w " , on ,he Gailic War ; Sallost's
lect Orations ot Cii.m. .iii, V
fksof Horace, with ,.it ?
I Notes. CHUcX ;Cm f
SViT f01" "P'atory, in 1 Vol.
Uoja! S to. (nearly ready.)
nnHE Subscriber woold respectfully Inform
f it ' his friends and , customers, that he has re
moved to the house next ; door to George W.
Brown's Store, where he intends keeping aii as?
sortment of ) , ,.. " . ., I"
GROCERSES ; ssttcttatj
Molasses, ' r
Sugars Coffee, :yy .--
. Powder and Shot,
Snuff, 4-c. j -EIQl'ORS
of all sortssuch as
French Brandvj . - . 5
Malaga and Teneriffe Jllne,
Lemon Syrup. c,
Also, AN ASSORTMENT OF
And other things in his line too tedious to men
tion, which cap be bought fbr casb as cheap as
at any other place io Salisbury.
March 20. 1840 if34 j
TO oWKEBi OF'IKgLLgu
IIHE- Subscriber has an improved Patent
SPINDLE for Mtllsi by which, a mill will
do much better than with the usual form of Spin "
dies. It is so constructed as to keep from heating
or killing the meal inny manner. The' runner
is so confined by the Spindle as always to pre
serve its balance, and of course there is no rub
bing of the stones. j .
I think, by this improved Spindle., the same
water will do at least one third more business,
and the meal of superior quality.
ny person wishing to use one" of these Spin
fdles, may obtain one or more, by making applica
tion, rwtmin a snort time) .to trie Hnhscnher at
M.ksville, Davie Co. N. C. I think the pro
bable c st will not exceed $30 for the Patent aod
spindle ready for use. !
I he following persons have mv patent Mill
Spindle in successful operaiior. : Gol. W. F.
Kelly, Thos. Foster. Joseph Hall and
Foster, of Davie County ; Gilbrelh Dictson and
David J Ramsour of Lincoln: Cbarle Griffith
of Rowan ; Addison Moore of Davidson, and
William Doss of Surry all of whom ztv highhj
pleased with its performance.
Novemoer 8, 1839 tfl5
ST tbe IPiuilbMeo
lH? ondr2ned respectfully infrora the
Jl Public, that they are still engaged in ear,
rying on s 6
ii TAHETBRY, y
At their old stand in Rowan county, near Chi
na Grove, 10 miles south of Salisbury. They
natter themselves that, with their long.experi
ence at the business, and devoting to it their un
remitting personal attention, together witrt iheir
lat improvemtnt in their system of Tannine, to
he able to manufacture, Leathet f a snperior
qualtty, and on as cheap terms as any made in
this country. y "y .:y" ivy :
They cow have on hand a very large and su
perior stork of Leather.: of all kindi, -which
they are desirous of s lling on moderate terms
for cash, or on time to punctnal dealers -Dry
and green Hides taken in exchange for Leat her.
k.n made on hort oo'ice, Black
smiths' Bellows-worth from eight to twenty
ffflHI'S is to
JL Count zi '.
out for Thieve,
ing Noips viiiU
the 16th insiarr,
I en on it wl.i'
sent , One nse
county, Air U;
on Jostah Buk ! .
$40, wiih a cr
Cornelii5S L U;
bald Muse, cf y
Pelermifh tf I
Kerns of Rsnc
other notfs and
which I now r
lowing recfip;? :
S. Birckhesd, I ;
given by Kincl.r
der Smith, fur r
receipts said S:;,'
turn from the 7
has gone. Ti er
pers in the pnr ! ;
but myself, sucL
A quantity of r. c
close bodied coal,
mixed vest 5 tv.
thfead pair, two
anil three socks,
foj the detectitn ,
$C3 They invite all persons wishing to pur
cnase Leather, to call and examine their slock
iore purchasing elsewhere. . ,
v H 4 W.:c. MILLER.
Kowan co.. Aug. 7, 1840 Sw4 . -
A man cf vcr
foiled early on t!
16th inst., in t::
Store, two and a
of j the Sobscrir r r.
sation with hiri.
or 11 inches I n ' ,
whiskers, and t!.-.:
coat, somewhat v
broad brim, of tl f
pair of pint.il.) :
him bat a" bice t
Stre wilh ihe ,
some shirts an J
ed;he could not q
ed the way to Fax
other, places, and 1
ry kiirection to ih:'
anxious to know ;
perance and b
on jihe mind of .Mr.
of very sn?pici i; .
time in the couri
day, he va3 sjy i:
St;re above mpi!
in ivhich he it
Suratts! of wIhd
he left Suratts' t
his house on l!,e
more has been 5f r
Davidson co , .
EC The IW
bore 3 ir.sertio::?, r
this OfSce for j;:
'J . davj:
I Align' t
JTbhn Binkley srd
rah Binkley lis
Peier iMock and '
Isf this case it r ,
Henry Meek, Vc-n
are not inhabltsn"
by the Court, t La
weeks in the Car;
ces of our.Ct-uri, f
the next Couit, to
Cocrt Hcuse in
in November r.cxu
to the plain tifTs - '
ing exparte as i ' '
- Witnfs, Jo5.f t
eourt at tdce, tl 1
quantity til i '
a superior o
Also, a few bu'
The above Sff
Book Store by J
t Raleigh. Frb "
We shall rccfi
Grass Seed; L
' gTirf mm
U TAVLOR & ELKINS.
one 12, 1840 tf46
ioriti carolioa Book Store, bv
yj TURNER & HUGHES
Rje,gh, Acg. 28, i840-tf6 -
mm MB MB B F W W WSl il .tween.ltev.
OP E ViillY DSSOniPTIOIJ, I
Neatly executed at this OffceU :
Johnston, i tl-15 L
JCpThe Sel f
day, 7ib Septes -
' Aug. 2,