'fW''j d!1 ' n,lW re-nlectior
mutest from the It Ji! d.strictj we do
not perceive 'hat ,nv ""position. I
uteri. Cow and I'tniur, from tha
inn and IJnpnl" district", have, a yet, no on
pr Jam'n J. Craiee, of Orange county, is ah
-gmiMtetnJidiialorepreteottlotaitifictjj, peiK4 ln, aim;ghty to lake
rt Congress. Na'hatilel J, Palmer, Esq. of 'twtinj borne, when aged
w n.Snrourh. Is ahw announced for tli um
Ami Gen. Dniel M. liarringer if
,ke'w candidate fr "ciom.
' fl'eTiae to nwow a more active d.mand f r
CMfitk ibis wet1" the sales of all descriptions
fc..ini amounted to '17,393 tales-including
' EJ00 O'tnd at 4J to 6t Ij60 Or leant, at 4
JIcttMiit againtt thia gentleman,- ha been bus
! b a majority of tb court Judre Clinch
Uinert'ing fro Judgea Thruatoa and MoracliibUtpguw of Mr. Peter Wilfong)
aatTndimet haaliobeacii'MW. On ! parted thit life after a fctaUHneie of i
5n,lietmeiit af4int ll
ury iwiiiu an-incr nnc jvn j
fvttTM, kc. ( this. too. ha been demurred U by
h.. h..n ,t.m,,-,i . k.
Jntthcr RtLlCK from Burke. Kmotg
the gold found i Barke county, and
brought to thit town, U a very curiout
piecef which we are told is ery tike
gun lotk." It hat been aug;eted to u
by those who have examined tbii ainu
tr piece of mechaniara, that it is not im
ponible the aborigines of the country, ere
the art$ were introduced among tbcm,
ma. have wrought not only their gun-
- M but most. f jbeir other necessary
JroplementSi from the precious metal
- wtich abounds iQJhis srctloji of country.
From the diacovery oTrTucibtes, Sec' It is
nor unreasonable to infer-that these once-j
lords f our aoil practised, pretty exten
lively, the art of Tubal Cain, which they
' Imay hnve preaerved from the infancjr of
F.arty Cn. Mr.4ose;ih llall. of thia conn,
tr. bad cotton in nloom,.in his fiM, on the 26H
June lakt past. Considering the 'bank w,-,l.
ne ofheseen, lUaM quit tvU for tlut ,
plant to bloom,
Cotton crops, genertlly, look
iCj A aenfible article mi the aubjret f the
Fnk of this state, taken f'tm the Cape Tear
llrcorder, will befuumi on our first pge.
Jachtw. Tent. June 1 Cotton " to B, com
75 to eo, Hour 8 to 10, ba ;on 12 A. butter 12, and 1
olner anicic in inipiiriwii. imcscarc iu;ii '
orkesfir pmvwons, in a eoontry where it ia '
said the il-wilU;al.itj tuuU J , .1
Uuenet ewt Irom this place, to the
JSOth f Afrilr has Wen received at Baltimore,!
bv tbe arrival otllit brigA'ohnt. The country !
'Wa in a most wretched mtuatKm a eir war
raeinr with brutal violence,- n q-tarter beieg -
given by either contending party, the Unita-
.rians or Federal". Gen. Lavalle (who, when he
latel brouglit about a revolution, bad Gov. Dor- j
rg thot in front of his army) coBirn.Wida theJ
Unitarians r he t pppe(t"tJy Gen. Ilosas, arid
, jfipCGdv.of Santa Fe i who are closely
beaieginc liuenoe Ayret ; and it was toe general
" opinmnlhat .the
... hand of the Feuerau; in tacit event, Lavalle
. .-..WWMldOubiie .Ipse his nC2T, tor oWpaTOXrSty''-.;;-y'jj- mirmWr! an rltielNMi a4- ena 7"tNiShil e uarjeja.resnectinff the caoseatto
. ordering Dorrego to be ahot, fee. v" .
The Rev. Jahn Ktbtnton, of Cabarrus cniin.
. tyt and the, Rev, John M ftiVttn. of MecVlcn
hurt. It will be perceived, have had the bono.
rary derree of Doctor of Divinity, conferred on dition of North Carolina to be aM:ribed to moral
them by the University of this atate. or physical causes " Jamea E. Kerr, Howan.
James A. Johnson, Lincoln.
The ncwir appointed auperiotehdiint of t arTxaaooa-.
the Patetil Officei Mr. Craige, is spoken 8. Honorary Oration in French, Modern Lit
of, in the Baltimore prints, as ranking ierature.Uicliard M. Shepherd, Jtembern.
hih' among the most learned and ctn , A Forensic Ditpute. "Would the inde
.5fi, m. rn. ,m. .rl . Iino- nr.-! pendefrce ot Oreece prove beneficial to Europe
culiarly wetl qualified for the station to
which he has been assigned.
so Tea wttTia r iRotrxis.
' Jltr. Editor t Tle pleanrct ami advantagea
derivable Trom friendly society arid ocial inter
Course, are so numerous and so obvious, as to
aww sisvii wv v ' y w w O f
reouire vcrv little reasoning to sh- r that such
.a custom is founded in the best feelings f our
nature. The Tm me Author of mir being has
implnnfed within iur brensts, certain fi elings
and disposiriona that naturallv and irresistibly1
tiWimril IK til tin. .nmvmrnt nf tli SWeeM 01
oeiety and conversation t In the social circle,
nu n is mere, wuue in me run ccrvio.
our wer. of friendly convey
r r mare pecuuaniiew ; -
predominant d-rppvitions of aotil.
Where is the individual who has ever eojoyed
the nleasurea of social society, and lu whose
'bbso'ra ' he, glow'fig ' eniBcis t frlehdshlp have
ever spread their God-li'Ke influence, that can
, deny himself a participation in an enjoyment to
natural tad so conducive to earthly happiness?
There ia too 'great a disposition among pareitts
Vto impose a cruet and unnaiural restraint upon
. llcir. children in this respect. It is all-impor-
tsnt, that, in the course of 'education, the power
t4ertvf Maort ahotiW
ject can onlv be effected bv a free intercourse
i hu iraa intprrn ine
with polite and intelligent aocif ty. It ia there
the fair and lovely female, in the circle of her
friends and acquaintance) may indulge in that
innocent hilarity of soul, which imparts a pecu
liars test to the pleaaurea of society and convcr
sstion. ; . .
An entire Seclusion from social participations,
begets .unfriendly a"nd misanthfopic (ieelings
destfOya the, more refined sentimenta of the
heart, and ultimately produces a disinclination
to acts of mutual kindness and benevolence.
We ought nor, then, to permit this iHiberiLaBd
detestable disposition to gain admission into our
hearts, teeing It ia diametrically opposed to all
thone noble and enlightened feelings of soul,
which characterize us at . beinga peculiarly
formed for the exquiiite enjoyments of social
Joiey. . ' .SOCIL'S.
jifi,'i rcmv. ArA Curul.na. Toe Most
igh vilt4 respectable family in tTti county,
by If.i mighty arm, on thai: instant, ami
P-ltranl4tsd tutu eternity the tout of ,Uet John
ll'i'fjiif. in l!ia bloom nf liii liivetiilii. with
- -. - - - - - - j - . . -.
severe a'U';k of the biliout fever i after tuffcr
inguvler thia agony fur Mima of shout ritdays,
uirn into int
20 vein. 10
months and 25 diva, On the following dy, hit
corpse wat conveyed to lit. Paut'i Church, and
committed to the grave, under a reiptctahU
onllui or oj.Wwho were paying btm tha Uit
tribute ha had jtHtly merited. On thia mourn
dtl pecaaion, tb. Uev. 1L Craeber delivered a
Klitable funeral discourse, from 1 Tim. 0, 12.
He was a promising ami pious young man, and
died it full communion of the church, perfectly
mrgirea la Xiaa:".":,,.,.1, -n ........
Jrnca w and
About ait days after hi drwtuT. the Creal
7i. T. ZllriZZ TZ-Jsv" r r " VT-l.i,-
that uaeful you ir man f $Htannt CtthaHnt, the
Ojy. wllen 35 yein and 4 monttia. - ben
,hi .nMm.nf. ..p. m.. I.r r..""""'" "V r:. ."7 V
, 7" "1 . .
mains were taken and interred near tnote 01
her aon'a, at the aame Courcb, amidt a remark-
Lable crowd of rtlativct, neighbours andfrienda.
who, wiln many trara of love, bemoaned tne Mta
of her utcfulneif. On thia solemn occaiion an
appropriate termon wat preached by the aamo
Paator, from 2 Cor. 5, 1. Her conversion wat
exemplary, her virtues irreproachable, her
neighbourship good, and her lhariry unquestion
able s ahe died in full communion of the Church,
and with Christian fortitude : Hoping that aha
it now tolemiiizing with her ton, and myriadaof
others, an Eternal Sabbath, in tha Church tri
Be God adored let nature mourn,
At christian conqueror, a world forlorn t
Yet, a world tubdued and tin forgiven,
Must constitute tha beira of heaven.
. lleira of heaven who can they be,
But llime who have gained the victory!
Survivinr ChrittUna be entrired -
la lbt (rreat woek youe Jord aaaoageda
RfflinLt uniir Ap'r rnmrvuhiiJll'i'Cillie.
Behold f your dear compaiionl'goiie, "
Do not forget but ceaae to mourn.
June the 16A, 1839. " '-
It ia Hated in the Raleigh Remitter, that the
exercises a4 the Tate Anniversary Commencement
a' Chapel Hill, were well tuttained by the young
gentlemen of the College, and highly aatiafac
torv to the Trustees and audience who attended.
On Monday and Tuefclay evenings Select Ora
,;( , Wr ,ieITereJ : ,he (;ur)-T bv comnetj.
,or, ,Jecte.l from the Junior. Soaliortiore and
IreMiman Cu'ti s, and on Wednesday evening
by the Kepretentativet of the two Literary So-
cjriev.- -.- - -
The Oration of Professor Hooper before the
two Societies on Wednesday, according to pre
vioua appointment, it rpoken of as a chaste and
eli-rant production. He had aelected for hi
subject. (lie nrcwnt condition and future
prospects of our Country" and allowed himself
10 of a acep ana severe imnaer, as wen as a
pro'ound awl e'oqueut rhetorician. The Or-
liun ia W b publibd under, jb, patronage, of
I the Dialectic society, and from the Character
re have had ofit, will be read with interest by
every A.-nrii-.an,.' V.J '
p. The following it the Order of Tarrciaea ob-
lervtd on Thursday, the day of Commence
meni, by iue senior uiau :
L Prayer by the President.
2. The Salutatory Oration la Latin. Franklin
3. Honorary Oration on Natural Philosophy.
John P. Brown, Wilmington.
4. Honorar Oration on Geology. Sidney X.
3. A Forehsitf Dispute. - -'.' OuUt -dajigbters
...... t "I
6. Honorary Oration on
Ethics. David M.
- 7. A Forensic Dispute. " Is the prcKht con-
in uenerai r inoa. vv. uuiany, niiew. t iu.
Eaton, If 'anen.
10. A Forensic Dispute. Will the French
devolutions uUhe aggregate of its effects, pre-
a a is ar. I f. tar.
aent a beneficial influence on the deriniea of
ma-ikindr" Rufua A, Yancy, Caracll. Philip
V. Alston, Kdenton.
11. Valedictory Oration. Richard R. Wall,
12. 'resident's Addrets to the Graduates,
13. Degrees conferred.
14. Report of the Examination,
15. Fra)er by the Prciident.
-t .. . ..r.. A !,.
foregoSu Graduates the'Degree'oT Eieherof
,iera?ft Alumni of the University, Uie Honorary ,
: Matthias E. Manly, ot Wewoern; ArcntDaiu ,
r c-hamiti Victor M. MurDhfTamaetfe"3?-1
ifiitrnriin. Ill IUKIFMHI UJUIII ff . UMU. JH. U.IIHI.
n " ' . .
,8teVtrts Win. fc. 'Anderson, Samuel L. Holt, of
The Degree of Doctor
octor of Divinity waa alsoty,ned the propriety of hi own conduct.
Rey. John II. Wilson, of Th ffl5j. u prf)bably unprecedented,
Reblnd may well excite the curiosity and as-
conferred upon the
Mecklenburg, and toe
The whole occasion ia understood' to have
been uncommonly brilliant and interesting.
We hope to see. our University, now one of
the most ditir.tfuihed. in the Union, become
Lihen in the Union, become I
t . raf.L! li a. 1
JJlatbC VI itWsiiutiaissc ivwiu
The follow ine Truateea attended i -
ilia Excellency, John Owen, Pretident, Rev.
Drrjos. Caldwell, Dr. S. J. Baker, Fred. Nash,
Esq. John D. Hawkins, Eaq. Col. Wm. Robards,
Charles Manly, Esq. John Scott, Esq. Jat. Me
bane, Estj. Dr. Jaa. S. Smith, Arch. McBde,
Esq. Dr. James Webb, Rev. Dr. Wm. Mcl'hee
ten, and Rev. Jno. Witherjpopn,
At a meeting of tbe citizens of New-JCortVen-the
11th inst. eeten thousand,
six hundred and thirteen dollars were sub
scribed to aid rtie American Bible Society
in their great work of supplying all the
destitute in the United Statest with the
Cities in rwo yearst
LATHST t'HO.V ZXVL.1MU. , ,
The New York Courier Enquirer gWe In.
telligence from TngUtxItothe 2 1 May, rtceiv.
ed by the ehip Sil.t IticharJa, front Liverpool.
England. On Monday the ISihbf May, the
I lout of Commona decided in hvor of ktarint
Mr. O'Cnnnelt at the bar of the houte, either bv i
i.: if k! I 1- . ..t'lf
"""H r w f
claim to ait and vote in parliament, without tak
Inr the oath of aupremaey, - ' I
, Mr. O'Connell wat then called o, and eilra.
ed the kouaa in person, in an all and naptct
ful, yei dignifi.-d ipecch, in which be irged
with mat lore aid loqinc lit tgt to I
aeat at the repretentiva from the cotintv oKlare,
without taking the oath required. On hit re
tiring, tha queation waa argued with gr calm
nan by: the eakJffr:raem1jr:eibfrioaffi
aod on aba final rota .txg taken o lUa orv4
iulten "y '''"ii, tne numbert weraalUfOf
wwtt Ayes, lwi noea, no. Majority. 74.
A A A af M M ft. f . Ad
So that Mr. O'Connell will have to ret elected
over train, before ha can take bit aeaL A writ af
Uw.. .'..t UJ k. ,W..II J
" eematoieraDjy wen undertiood mat ntgo-whicli
clationa are certainly on foot for raiting a new
Loan for the Lmperor fed-o.
A"r tht S4ul f M'flr.A Loo don paper of
tne Slat contains accounts of Human auccert on
tha l lib April, at the villages of Zigaula, Dewa,
and Kasta, but they are not confirmed or cred
ited by aubquent accounts.
The bead quarter of the Uuuian Army were
to ba moved nearer the Danube. The com
mander in chief left Jasaey on the lith of April.
PuHtt Mat 21-A letter from Vienna Hides,
that a report waa circulated at Odeiaa, on the
1st May, that the Erxercum bad ben takd by
the Roaaiana. The beat informed peraona it that
city did not believe it.
irfKjo.--The aituation of thit unhappy
country ia almost incoitccivable. Thelblool
thirsty tyrant who governs it with a rod at iron,
contiuuea to comiui crimee which disgrace hu
tnaiity, and which the powere of Kurvp, calm,
ly witneH without nuking an effort to areat hit
J projea. - we fca,o;iuiig. mora otibft Log-
list) exp:dttterr.'" . . -
UtbH, Mat Thit week too bat had iu
horrorti twelve more vietima have Wn aacri
ficed to the vampire which is now ru.king the
heart'e blood of Portugal twelve of the most
respectable of those who wiihed for tieir coun
try's good have bet n butchered at tporto. by
the monsters who, under the mask of tipporting
religion and monarchy, are batteturg on the
property of thia wretched people.
trtiand. It appears from the speech of Mr.
Peel, that the relict bill hat already bren so fat
effectual in Ireland, that the Lord. lieutenant
thinka it perfectly safe to diminish t military
force in that country, three rtgtmenti of which
have accordingly been withdrawn.
Mr. O'Coanel baa drawn up a,n address to the
Freeholder! of the County of Clare, innouncing
hit intention of becoming a Candidate for the
now vacant seat for that County.
Greece. All the aecounta from Greece an-
nouneethat Vlistolonghi (now in pwtestion of
he Turks) mual t toon fall The f.rtekt intend
to blow up all the workt of the forreaaet they 1
may uic in l."'u, 10 prereni any reaction
a. 1 i- , : i- . . . . . . 1
on thef art-wf'-thw rrkt, Of 5500-Fre..V
who will remain in the Morea, ose battalion
will be in garrison at Patras 1 the remainder, in
f Navarino and Uodon. c - - :
J h Upr.mn of Ihe manufacturing Inter-YT 7' jal' ' rtVt
esta atni continues," and we observe h stated hiTJhT-rlrl
that the Spitfieldweaverartruck for wages Id 10 A "rn 4 whaauWy 25
the number of 5000: No composition bid U,l?8' P"Lch hnn ?P3 1. .3()' .
ken place with the matters on the 31st ultimo.
1- .k .k-. ..r.-,...: a,;. : !
jl Ills Utiii itiuipvUM"E ivia tvr srv a Vi "
outrage had takenplace
IROM THE NASHVILLE RANKER.
Gov ctoi. The eastern editors
compUin very much of the silence ofthe;6.87 to 7, cotton bn'mir- made of hemp 19
truth tt, the matter is mysterious
near as we are to the scene 6f action, and
a it grer out of domestic troubles, we
have heretofore thought it best not to at
tempt to penetrate too far into the origin
of the strange transaction. VVe perceive
however that aome distanl papers have
aDcculated on the suhiect, and have
stated, as facts, what at moat are only
plausible conjectures. We may venture,
therefore, without impropriety, in order to
remove erroneous Impressions and to put
a stop to unfounded tpeculationt, to state
that Gov. Houston, who had been but re
cently married, and to a lady of unblem
ished character tnd of most respectable
family, was accused by some of his wife's
relations of having wounded her peace
by most unfounded accusations, and even
injured her rtputa'ion hy unfavorable in
sinuations to others. We do not under
stand that the governor admitted the truth
SlolIU Vllin III
they were made, the violence with which
they were attended, and the popular CX
citement which ensued, induced him to
. u . . . . anH lo ,... ,he
. .- , . ...
stand that on his departure, he at once
acciuitted hi wife of all cetistKeyand roauv.
lonisbment of the American people.
Decline of Manu hctures. We are Bor
i i iL. 1.1;. mlAmni.m
u uniiiarriuriTiiw .imcrcn "'in'-'iire-':i-H
Manu fat tarlti tr " ' interest
States, and especially in Rhode Island and
Massachusetts : Private accounts corres
pond with the public reports. Such a
distress for money, such a loss of confi
dence between man and man; caused by
recent failures, has never been Known be
fore in that part of the country ihough
something. like It has in former times
been experienced nearer borne. One
cannot read the extracts from Providence
papers without realizing and being seri
ously affected at the misfortune which
haa befallen the industrious and enter
prising people in and around that place.
jbirra FJJV, tnig A piragrapli if f o'ng
through the papera, atating, that at one of the
Cold Minea in DaviJon county, W;i of the
precioua mettl Lttbeen atruck, which it rfj'.'y
ffi!e! Whoever com .nunicaird thia pier.e
of intelligence, mut either be Biiterably lackin;
n Information about tha gold hutinen, or det-
Kn n w,.; ih f.itn- r.
1 " -
rniSIUhe It. or mm oth, mlirhif. N r,f
gold, property tpeaking, hat ever been found
that cornea within 70 feet of tha width of thit
fincfed ena in Dulionni It Irue, Hint gold
bat been found, in many placet in many of the
counlitt, eiiatfng in the earth and rockt, to even
a greater extent than iLla itory rtpretentt i For
inttance, In Burke, tha earth it richly imprrgna
teJ, m aom pUcet, to Aha width of hit kunJrtd
aver JJioughVof .aeriwiajyaayint a
.m irh m-:M . ,v,.a
.77 7 7 . 7 .
" : newiiM amusing, w notice me extrava.
rtnt lUtement m.rle. aivl trranw view
V . -7-7---v.-. ..y. "..-7..::
obtain abroad la rela'.ion to the
tninet in thit state. Out perhapt it is not much
be wondered at for it ia an aitrmcUv sub.
ject,n which mtti ptiplt are incontinently led
to ayiUmme, and talk tjltn. '
' Virginia Gold The reder!ckiburg
Herald aayst u It no longer remains a
doubt, but that Gold of pure quality is
to be lound in great quantity in this coun
ty as it haa already been discovered
on eight different l elation t, on one of
which, wis t that of Cap!. Wm. F. and
Dr. Edmund White, atw 2800 worth of
surface (lold has been obtained within
few months, and the partial diggings and
examinations which have been made in
several places, ss witnessed by the writer
of tbist Indicates -an jsbundaaLiupply. .
-. . THE JUUKETS.
Saliibury Vim, July 4(A Cotton
11 to II cents, corn U5 to JO, pork 3.50 to 4, but
trr 7 tn 10. fliMir 3 7S to I iwr hurrvl. wKral iO I
to 60, Irish pMaioe40 to iO, aweel do. 40 to 50,
brown sugar 12 to 15, coffee 13 to 22, salt 1.12 1
to !.2S. homespun cloth 18 to 30. whiskey 20 to
23, bacon 7 to 9.
Ftyehexille, June .Cotton 6 to 7)
bacon 5 to 6, peach brandy 55 apple do 40 to 4'-,
. butter 10 to 13, corn 49 to 30, flaxseed 80, flour
i 4 to 5, lard 7, molasses 3? a 34. augar 8) to 10,
1 ..I. T On .U. u u.l...i ur . cw i t,.L...
Mil . tugv, iriiuw u, wurii .V wiiificj v
to 28 V, S. bank notes li a li percent, pre-
rniura, Cape Fare ditto; If a 2.
Chareiton, June 22 Cotton 7J to cents,
flour 7 a 7, whiskey, 26 a 27, bacon 6 to 7, hams
m - o ... i.a nr k.n..i on ... v uii :a m
50. co'rn 42 a 4(S coffee 11 to 14 N. Carolina
b,nk bilI 2 ,2J ,jil(XMjnt 0 , j
MmJt June QJ.,... ..Coiion 7 to 8j, flour 4
ta 5 out of the wagons "that from " Cain Jen
mills 6 to 7 heat Rl, corn 60 to 621, oaL 32,
U 73, whiskey 25 to 33, bacon 7 to H.
" u'""cco, J' " 0' w
tsllow 8, mola.aea 4-i, beef 3.
- - - ...
"TefertSir;Ti'e'?C..;T6bicco7g3J9 a II,
flour 6.00 a 6 1-4, corn 2 a 2 50, cotton 7 a 9,
bacon 6 a 7.
A'ew-For. June 7 Cotton 8A tn 101 flm.r
wheat U7 to 1.5 . oak tann'd tole leath
4ill M. I In ..I
-(aalt 4toiu,appie.lran(by( JSJc
I , 22, leaf tobacco J to 5, vello
ni kf . .1 j.: 1? - t ' . -
ow beeswax 23 tu
24........North-CaroIIns hank billtS to "J prr
cent, discount. South Carolina 1 to , Georgia
2 to 2J, Virginia I per cent. do.
Wilmington, June 24 Cotton 7j to 8, fhx 10
to 13, flour 6.00 to 6.50, corn 60 to 6f, clieeic 7
to 8, apple brandy 33 to 35, tallow 8 to 9.
Corn There it none - in market, - 2,000
bu.-hela might he aold for cash at 50 cents.
r leur. But little in market Retailt at 7 for
suderfine, and $6 50 for fine.
Bacon Scarce : Varies from g6 30 to g7 50.
Baltimore, June. 26.. ...... Flour 6 a 7 cotton
10 to 1 1, whiskey 24 to 25, bacon 9 to II.
Botion, June 20. ., Cotton 3 to II, flax
a ll.'flour 7 to 7 12, corn 50 a 51, chcete 3 to
5, tallow 8 a 8f .
h'evbern, June 20 Cotton 7.50 to 8.00, floor
6.50 to $7, wheat 1.00 a gl, bacon 5 to 6, fall HO
to 100, peach brandy 75, apple do. 40 a 45, whis
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 12 Cotton l?i, fes-
5.85. Kenhawa aalt 50 cents, peach brandy 62,
ajiple do. 37rwhtBkey 20, -tallow 6 to 7y tobac
co 3 to 7 cents per lb.
In Iredell-county, on tlie"8lh tilt, with a pul;
monany complain.Miss .Adeline 8. AlMson,
daughter of the late Col. Richard Aliiton.
In New Haven, Connecticut, Mrs. Eliza A. wife
of Professor Olmitead, (formerly of the Unifer.
sity of thit state, at Chapel Hill) in the 35th
year of her age. .. .
tr aal 11414 UIJVS - W - rrm- " w-ummm- gif w wmw.
X" cing '"to his 'friehdi irtd cutitomeTS, and he4
pyblic tn general, tuai ue is now receiving irom
FhilKtlelphia and New York, ,
elegant attortment of the cheap,
at arid mott fathitnablt OOODS
lie has evjtr bad. Having ben
selected with great care, by himself,
aim for coA, he foela perlectly confident,
that lor like patterns and equal qualities, he can
not be uiideraold by any vther House in the
Tbe public are respectfully in
vited to call and examine for
themselves. I lit assortment com-
pritet almost every article usual-
ly kept in Store. MICHAEL BROWN.
. fffAry, .'c.'if 66, 18:i9..
C1IAHIJ.H 8. flXTON, bfHiit, t.asrei4"ta
to flaliiury, where be will rmali fr n4
or f ifietki only, hit en(Bgemenlt requiring
bit attemlanre elsewhere, after that time. Tho
whf) .wish hit ayrviret. Will please ctU soon.
Paraone for whom he bat performed operation,
are respectfully Invited to call on him, and bave
their teeth examined.
fCJT C. B. r. win v'nit Concord and Charlotte
in thia month . ' '
Sali'ibu), Jn't 6 '4, Iw
TTT'nM tiie Hibacfiber'a plants-."
SL lion In the Jersey Kettlrment,
in ri lf tha l?h day of Juno
,1t4l HOnr' MIX!!, three vara
ot g last apnngi eompUtaiy black. amca m-
high heaf, nat wng- and irwarkthry rree frt
for a mule, aod i long tiJi lie ttmnarkabrefor
Jumplug, , lie wu aern near Salisbury oa tho
Itfth of June., Full eompentation will be madac
to any perton that will eecure the said mule, to
that 1 can get him again. W. R. HOLT.
T-Ltrigton,Ju!t tit, 1 8W. 'r 5176 -' '
lieleVO for ttAliVi.
nnilE subscriber will aeD, on ac
M. enmmodating term, a tract of
W Vood.Und, containing About TOO
asGaoaa. acres, in the county of Montgomery,
iius cu w.i iha wett side of the Yadkin River,
oa the great road leading frooi Salisbury to
Ftvettcville, about 23 mi'et front tha former
place, ami four west of Kirk'a Ferry. From
three to lour hundred acree of tbia land ia rerjr
fertile, well adapted to the culture of Cot ton, ,
Tobacco, Corn, ami the variout other grains,!
on which there are several ipriirjvof excellent "
water, with a beautiful situation on iha road
tide for a family re.tdenr.e. This land It Situa
ted in tit. midst of the' CIJ tlegim and on its
surface hat been found, by a vrry uttficial ex.
amiualion, avteral psnUJrs of lite preciouf me
tal. - It ia akw blie.l (hat this tract of laiul .
sffords a very eligible aituation for a Stercatitila ;
estahlistimentrrVraons w4bng i arrain the
qiiafitv or price, ar request el to tnq.i"ire"MrJ''
Mark Jour, near the premises or tin toHyrl
bar, at Dockerya blore, ttictunoud -eoMtfifv.lf,
Carolina. At.l'RF.D DOCKKRY.
June 13,1X73. 3l76
Sljf rth-' uUna, Mnklrnburg ctm.v
fi .FR R "f U' Mf 'Prm ,H '
y ..Mrwn l annrr t. John t anner pe tition
for divorce. In this ae, onirred by the court,
that publication ! msdf in t!ir Ruleigh Regis
ter and Wr.tern Carortiiin f(,r three mo uba
uccesaivcly, that the ifafi-ixUnt be and appear
at the next superinr emir l law to he 'i lei fr
the county of Meclrteiiburg, at the court house
in Charlotte, on the aix'h Morula) aftnr tha
fourth Monday in September next, and M or
answer to tlto fl..rifl petition, or the atme Mill
br heard eaparte. Witness. Samuel llmd twjn
clerk of our said court, at nlnV.r, tb 7th Mon
day af'rr tin- 4H1 in March, K29
3n.t86 SAM'L IIFwMKR.v)N, r . e. I.
Sl'CH of our euMomert at have not vet paid
their last ear's score for Beef, will pirate
(6' do mwlthW'TeTaV: "Wtntefii!"! "eT-'ntr'
menco Butchering again in alout a month, and
want all the money that ia owing tn uavto buy
F a firewt -iih. r. it is diaaaerabl lot JUl. to
dun our customer, awd Mill mora dlwrctabla .
to warrant tltem ! but wr ba!t he etimp Ih-d to
adopt the latter alternative nnlers e are stedi
ly paid mir jnt rhiw. KK1DKU -k BdWEIli.
-.VaA'3Mry,'J,MiWl2,l829 : 3i74
' N. Br'tHir rllys of fnrinhlng Betf i?l be es"
herftoforej Tuesdays, ThirMld)t amla'urdaya
earlv in the morning. K, 2c II.
TH F. subscriber offers tor sa'n
thai valuable rUnlatiou wiUi ;
- -twir mile ttt alishurv . on hitb, .
-wlr. 4if the. UeaMics Foanl rad,
reenHly owned and occupied by Mr.- ttrorgr
l.orkrt on wjiirh there is a laiire, new and
commodious dwelling-house, with all the neet.
lary out -nouses. 'Hi ere is only about 50ace
of this land under cultivation i twn-thirda of h
tract it si good uplsnd as any in the neighbor
hood i with a good portion of be-.! kind of awjmp
land, fur eilher gram or Krain : it Is in the
midst of a hospitable and social neighborhood.
For ternm, kc. apply to the subscriber, in the
neighborhood JOHN LOCKE, Wr.
MayH 1829. 6ft
AlevaivsTis rttft. .
PHOPdSAl.S will be received, until tbe 4tH
July, p-oximo, for putting the following
streets, in the town of Haliabti'-y, In good repair
by filling up the gulty-holea, gravetlingi kc be.
viz . Mam street, from the Ixithersn Church to
the Court House i Do. fron- the Dank to Gal
lows Hilli and Market atreet, from the Court
House to Mull's, opposite his 1 an Yard. For
all other information apply to Mr. Andrew .Wo
thieu, one of the Commissioners, by whom tha
work will be superintended, &.e. . Cath will be
paid, when tbe work is completed. Should no
private" contract be Turvrotrtiy made,, work
will then be put up lo the lowett bidder.
" nT 0Hjit j, Wfi tToitt)tioi 1,r
-.VWsAwy, Jme 23rf, 183Q, ' ..2l74
State of North Carolina, Ikividtnn count) :
"1ooaT of pleas aiwl guar er teations, Viajr term.
Murphy, a lunatic.who petitions by hiantxt friend
Jb'hft Murphy;" 16httTBmhhon aaii hiffwife Anni" -Levin
Gorden and his wife Betsey 1 . Stephen
Murphy, John Rail and hit wife Deborah, Charlei
Gillian and hit wife Dulanar, Stephen Stuart
and his wife llebeccah, and Joseph Murphy. aUo
against laid Stephen Stuart aa surviving Execu.
tor of Daniel Murphy, dee'd. and aga'uut said
Stephen Stuart and Joseph Murphy as adminis
trators of Hannah Murphy, dee'd : Petition ot
HiitriSkUeailn thit ease, framrriwr-tw rite:
aatuaaciion.oMue. coiy,. fie pnen ,;iurpi,; t
John Ball and his wife Deborah, Chariot Cilliart
and hit wife Dulanar, fiva beyond tha limitl of
thia Statei it is therefore ordered by the court, tbat
publication be made sit week successively in
the Western Carolinian, that the said Stephen .
JMurphy, John Ball and Deborah hit wife, Charles
Ciliian and Dulanar his wife, be, and appear
before the jfuatieee of our court of pleas and
quarter sessions, to be held for the county of
Davidson, at the court-bouse in Lexington, on
the 2d Monday in August next, then and there
to plead or answer toaid petition, otherwise it
will be taken pro confesao, and heard exparte aa
to them. Witness, David Mock, clerk of our
said court, at of Pee, the 2nd Monday of May, 1829
6i78 D. MOCK, C, C. C.
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