a "'"'j ' sALisBunv, rowan county, n. cLwesdavjuly K r mirvT.-1
' a to at SM WhWI Cltlbii BW Blf
l i tdmt r - r-" r i ' V 'Ti r"
THE subscriber has the pleasure of anoun.
cinf to his friends and customers, and the
public in general, thst bt U now receiving from
JkiWelpSi ami new lorr.
LUAiAIM r ASSUKTM EINT
Cleofxrt and mait Fathitnable
be cer had., luvvg rj en selected ith
mat care, by himself, awl bought for cwA, he
feels perfectly confident, that tor Tike pattern
and equal q-iaiittea, ne cannot be undersold by
any owr House in tne puce
Tbe pubnc are respectfully in
vited to call and eaamine Tor
themselves. llitMsortment com,
-urit-.salirostfviry article umully
i. Mi,. t in tin i'f ntimirx
' " ,rn vj, XJH IIf WT
UocuAft tit Auction.
I1VILL expoae to Auction, the balance cf tbe
Stick tf G4dt of K, Allemonf, on the I3tb
and 14th of Aupirt, 18i9, the day of the Elec-
1iop. II. H ALKX M)EK, 7ruf.
SaSthuny, Junt 13th, 1829. 9t79.
HAS juit reccWed. and opened it his Store
in Salisbury, a large and handsome aisort
Spring and Summer GOODS;
Alio, Groceriea, Hardware, Cutlery, Plated Ware,
Hata, and Hattera Triromingn, Crock
ery, a good asaortment of Rolling
ftolhi. Shnra. Kunnrli r-i,
... B - l ''V
Jand twy articU usually fcs4fijaa
4iked for In rorea. -
Hlltock of gooda hat been purchased mtire
ly for tatk i and he it deterniincd to at II (Item
i low a eta Boua-ia uie pucti,ar.cuA.Ma.
ic are respectfully invited to call, examine, and
luitt for tbemselvta.
Tcresi Goo&a, iju.av iooAs
THE ubcriber ia now riveivi'ig and open
ing athlrSrretn Snlitbmy, targe awoit
Spring and Summer-GOODS,
rmniuniiiir a most everv anic;f uiusny i" c
found in Rtoreii b5aght for ctuk, and aelected
by biose f, with care, in Philadelphia and New
The Public are assured they will find tfull
mififil, nd at U for ea$h as any in the place,-
or otherwwe. on accommoaaiinir rrwu. i nry
are umted to cafl, examine aiid judgt! for them
elves. JOHN MI RPHT.
Matf, 9, 1829. 12177
M'-MM. I 1 f . - I
t 91 receivea, na ior mic,
IM . low for cash or prompt pay
m 4u oags uonve
20 barrels Sugar
500 lbs. Loaf do.
500 bshls. Liverpool Salt
8 khds. Molasses
3 tierces Rice
l pipe Old T. Wine
rttch,JlrandyJLlolland Gin, Jamaica Rum,
-fccico. - joiiN KtoiPirrz:
fjatubiU-iiluntlM. 1829. 6t76
IT' Tallow, Hides,'
-srio'e'thf e54,-"s-":- Fat CattW
' Live Battle Snakes, or Cash,
. fiucar. Coffee,
Tea, Irinigo, or cash.
Junt 1(, 1829. 1 , 3"t8j
WANTED to purchasers r 30 NEGROES,
for which a liberal nrice will be given,
l cash. 1 can at all timea be found, in Salis-
bury, at E. Allemong'i . Mamion Hotel. Any
person wishing to sell, to whom it may be in.
convenient to make anolication. can direct a few
Bnes to me, at Salisbury, N. C. and they will be
attended to. JOSIAH Htlb.
Salisbury, Jmt 23 1829. . 73
1?01l land sold by order of writs ofrenditioni
20,000 Atrts ot LAND
f y T VING Inthe eountv otBdrry,
. nd, ails beGeVed from recent
macqrerira. within in turn it.mi-
fJ'onb-Carolina. Tliis iraet was
gr(...a uy tb State, in the year I79J codm'iU
mm oumxiAia aunayat; joining Uut OMtnty
line of Wtkea, nd extending from tba Itlua
KMlg to wjilon (Ire milea of lhji"7TIiTadkk
iurer.4 it (( intersected for fifteen or twenty
milea by.Miiciell'i riwr. aflbrding an abundaot
supply of water-power at all seasons, and many
tr to the purpoies of Machinery rZJhss latai
,V.v.'J'",V'Mi.wr iuo n.miicsuun OI mil DOW.
ly been found in tb,e neighborhood of tlii land,
but its mineral treasures art in great measure
unexplored. Persons derirous to ourchaie. are
rererrea to tnt r.auor Tor more particular Infor.
mauon. wnn wnom me plat oi ton land is de
Satiihw Jmt 12M, 1829. 71
riib suuscnoer otters lor aa'e
fin 'a i m
JL; that valuable Plantation, with,
n four milta nf Nrnhim- n hntk
CTSLjide of tbe Beattiei Foard road.
recently owned and occupied by Mr. George
Locket on which there ia a lanre. new and
commodious dwelling-house, with all the necea
wry out-houses. There is only about 50 aerei
oi tnia lami under cultivation two-thirls of the
tract ia a good upland aa any in tire neighbor
hood i with a good portion of best kind of awamp
land, for either rrau or arain: it is in the
midst 0 .hopiabl and social neighborhood.
For terms, lie. applylb rhe tbcribev in the
nei.'hbortowl. JOHN LOCKE, Sen'r.
Jlfcy 23rf, 1829, 68
THE THOROUGH BKED HORSE
'TTYT'ILL stand this sea.
V T aon in the eouotics
of K pw sn and Cabarrus:
commencing" the week "In
Salioburr, on Mondays,
Tueadaya, and Wednea
darai in the town of Con-
tfmmfm cord on 'Jliudnvs. Fri-
C4C.eAV' divs. and 8atur.li
aeason will commence the U of March, and end
Twelve Dollars will be charred for
i ne to vuie oy ten ooiiara oelore the aea
aon expirei , Kight DoUara the leap ( and Twen
ty Dollars to inure. For Pedigree and deacrip
lion of Aeronaut, tee handbills.
tU- LI. 1 P
STKPIIRN I.. FF.RRAND,
cuak'.es L. BOWERS.
Feb. 12M, 1829. 54...1, JutrA
K B. Great oare wilt be taken to rive. rr.
al tatisfaetion i but we cannot he liable fur aeri.
(A-nU, Grain will be furnished, at the market
pnre, to mawa sent from a distance
JL returned from the
North, with u good, an as
- Sifoer-n'am &c
as was ever offered for sale in this place i his
Jewelry is of the latest importation, and tne
most 'huRitOtuibnr and rteant KiikU to be nau n
anv of the Northern Cities t elegant Gold and
Silver IVatchetf plain !), Itfcltc And in a
lew days, tie w in receive a very eicgani aaaon
ment of MiRturv Cttdi. Also, all kinds of Sil
ver-Wart, kept constantly on hand, or made to
order on short nonce AH ot wtncli will be sold
lower than such goods were ever disposed ot
before in this place.
The nublic are renccttully invited to call and
examine these goods j their richness, elegance,
and cheapness, cannot fail of pleasing those who
wish to boy.
All kinds of Watchet Repaired, and warranted
to keen time : the shop is two doors below the
court-house, on Main-street, hud r . v miu
iWitiury, March 3'J, W
N. B. 1 have recently employed an excellent
w orkman, who will in future be constantly in my
Shop i so that those disposed to patronize me,
in my line of business, need be under no appre
henaion, in consequence of my ccasional ab
mi IE subscriber will sell, on sc
JL commodating terms, a tract of
Wood-Land, containing about 700
acres in tne countyof Montgoniery,
situated oft the: west tide trf the Yadkin Riven
on the great road leading from Salisbury to
Tarettevillerabmit Si-wea-from the formcxl
nlace. and four west of Kirk's Ferry. From
three to four hundred acres of this land is very
fertile, well adapted to the culture of Cotton,
Tobacco.. Corn, and the various other rrainsi
on whicn tnere are several springs oi excellent
water, with a beautiful situation on tne road
side for a family residence. This land is situs
ted1 Intne muta. oHhe fJoW rpf Ind on ks
surface has been fouud, by a very sutiei hcial ex
tat- It i alio believed that this tract or land
Hard a verv enzioie Siiuaiion ior a-Mercauuic
establishment. Persons wishing to aseemwttie
nualitv or price, sre requested to inq.tire of Mr.
Mark Jqnes, near the premises i or .the subscri
ber, at Dockery store, Hicbmond coumy, in.
Carolina. AIJKEU uuukski.
June 28, 1829. 3t76 ;
DsriaTMtKT or Stats
Patent Office, June 29, 1829,
ALL persons having business with the Patent
OffiM. are reauested to direct their com
munications directly to the Superintendent of
that office, instead of the Secretary of btate, tne
latter mode being attended with considerable
;nnnvn'irnce. and sometimes risk. AU such
communications are free of postage, and will re
ceive immediate auennon.
4t78 JOlfN P.- CRAIG, Sufoititcndcf,
n ' r - n
.JTbe following particulars (f Ila Dona
pine farollf hive been collected Vom a
rious tourcet, with conslderatlo ore, and
to ur ti they go, are belicrcl to be tub-
a no umer oi moo eon. vai a lawver
Corsica, and died ie 1795, at tKeare of
A A. ' r, a a ft . .
w yean:;vivrgni ennaren tunireihlmt
vit i Jeseph, Napoleon, Carolina. Luden,
CliiiV tbubf Pauline artd Jeromtr""w
napoleon's root be r, was a woaan cf
great beautf,and possessed xtraoriioary
firmness of character. Marfathe Mere it
ihe is called) apends ber winter at Roma
and ber summer at Alhona. She is con
stantly occupied b works of pt, chari
ty and benevolence, and lead a Verv re
tired life. Strangers are seldom aloUued
to her society, only ber brother, Cardinal
reicn.pays her dally tsite- The tardi
nal employs the remainder of his Ufje in
the performance of the duties of bis otTice
and holy functions. Neither of them sot
, l r i ii .
mors man mioaunff iiisrtuie.
Madame has bestowed i great portion of
L...1. L.. t II I . L 7 .
uci uluii ucr isiniiv ana ino Dsor . Bttd
the Cardinal is dependant on tie allow
ance of the Pope, and the sale o ' his gal
lery of prctaresv Which be pstts with "on k
by one. '
Ex-King of Srin and Ihe Indies.
(Count Survcilicrs) is a nt of talents
and excellent character anl exerted bim
self very much at the firstiakingof Paris
by the Allies. In If94 ti was married
io jftlHs Jti1ia, tgtd 'tJ teanr end- in
1812 had two daughters He now re
sides nesr Burlington, Nek Jersey, much
esteemed by all who toow biro. He
owns 150,000 acres of lahd in tbe north
ern part of the State of pew-York, (Jef
ferson county) which be burchased of M.
Le Ray Chsumohu His eldest daughter
Zenaide, has married his nephew, Prince'
Muignono(the son of f udeo ;) and bis
youngest daughter, Charlotte, married
another of bia nephews Charles, tbe son
of Louis, Ex King of Holland. Botb of
thase young xouples he left America
and settled at Florence, in order to be
nearer their motberi tke.Couotess Sur
ried to Josephine Utiuniftion, aVre-oTorn
widow and daughter of St. Domingo
planter. Sbe wis sn accomplished lady.
At the time or her marrlagr (1798) to
Napoleon, sbe had three children ; Eu
gene Francis .Dd..Hortevista.JnJ8IO
ane was repudiated by Ntpoleon, who
toon after married Man Louua, diugh;
ter of F soci. Emperor ol Autrii By
Maria Louisa he bad i son, wno was born
March 20, 1 9 10 1 he was i-Ked to Elba in
1814 and io St. HrUnain 1815, where he
died in 1821, aged 31 'fv
Was the wife ol Joachim Murat, King
of Naples and admiral of the French em
ire, by whom she had two sons snd
three daughters. The two sons Achillc
and Charles Louts Napoleon Murat, are
settled in the territory of Florida. Her
eldest daughter married the Marchese
Fopoli, a nobleman of Bologna, and her
youngest Count Rasponi. After the fall
of Napoleon, and Mural's expulsion from
the throne oi Naples she and her husband
moved to the Austrian Mates. Alter
Murst's flight snd assassination, (which
alter event bsppeoed in 1815, on one of
the Sicilian Islands,) she resided in great
pomp, in the lordship of On, but finally
removed to Rome.
Was, distinguished as ah orator and re
publican in the couocIIpOoO' ?EbK
he was President on tbe 18th Brumaire,
anddaredJtdissQlyecl His ambition
and talents were scarcely inferior to those
of Napoleon, and he was the most efficient
agent in the appointment of his orotner
chief Consul." He, howeter, disapproved
of the destruction qf the republic, and
Would not part from bis besutilol snd at
He therefore displeased htm and was
turn from Eibar Hefefu(ed the thronw
of Spain which was offered to him. lIe
wrote an epic poem on Charlemagne.
Tbe Prince de Caninabsf this long time
resided at Rome, and tbe property from
which he derives his title. , Io tbe year
1827, he snd his family inherited tbe
small town of Sinigagalia, near Ancona.
He bss lost the ereatest part of' his for
tune by unsuccesaful speculations, nd
nld even hia nalace st Komc. to nis
' . ' a
brother, the Prince de Montfort, (Je
rome.) One of his daughters, (the same
whose band Kine Ferdinsnd of spam so
licited when Prince of Austria, married
Prince Gabrieti ; another' marned fcord
Stuart. His son Chsrles Luc it o Pons
parte, the author of the continuation of
Wilson's Oroitholaitf Ufesia the Vnhed
Ststes. His soq Paul wis accidentally
I aa a a m m . - . a.
unco on board or the Mreek frigate He)
-.GraadDutcbessetTuscaJJr I voman
LoJUWfflfMUnjellect and masculine chir
scier, ano naq mans admirwr.. , ohe was
married to Felix, Prince of-Lures, ind
bad onesughiar.:" She died at Trieste
lively- and witty, and said to besr the
stroogest resemblance to Napoleon.
King of HotUnd, married HortcnuV
Beaubarnois, daughter of Napoleon's first
wife. He was a man of unpretended
worth snd abdicated his brona in favor of
bis sooj rather than oppress his subjects.
He bsd purcbssed out of his privste for
tune, several estates lo Holland, chiefly
in tbe vicinity of Harlem but after the
fall of Napoleon these were sequestered,
and never restored to them. His con
sort, llortensia,-' passes tbe winter at
Rome! and for some time past, she was
in the habit of spending psrt of the year
at her beautiful country sest at Arcm
burg, on the banks. of the BovenseY (the
Lacus Lamanus,) in. Switzerland.
7i PAV'LINE, 'j-zzz-xzV
Was first married to Le Clerc, com
mander in Chief of the Expedition to St.
Domingo, where be died of the yellow
fever. She aubaeiuently married Prince
Borgbese, Duke of Gueatala.' She wai
Napoleon's favorite sister, snd was the
most beautiful woman in France and per
bans in Europe- She VMi'ed Napoleon
while at Elba and ami ed bim in his as
rape- in I3i rauiine aiea, immens' ly
rich among other bequests, gave 30,000
francs to the son of Jerome by his first
wife. Prince Rorghcse is now a wan
derer in France or England.
Was first married to Mist Patterson of
Baltimore, (Md.) a Isdy of beauty and ac
compliihments, snd by this marriage in
curred the displeasure of Napoleon. By
the incessant impottunSties of his brother
be at length married the Princess Royal
of Wuriemburg. After (us brother's' fIT,
ha lived a while at Trieste, afterwards
near Vienna, and finally settled t Rome.
If is union -wit h tbe oiece of ihe Emperor
Cibxii. renders bis house tbe reodcaVl
the North who visit Italy, lie nao one
aon by his first wife-
Viceroy of Italy, kc and son of the
first wife of Napoleon, ma'ried the Prin
cess Aagustine " Ame11r,t)f Ravaria, and
bad one son and two daughters. He was
a man of talents, probity snd honor, antf
great military skilh Being a particular
favorite of Napoleon.-ne rewaraeanira
with the lifghest military proraotbns.
Alter the res'oriion of Louis and ihe ab
dication of Napoleon, he rtiiied to pri
vate life and lived at Munich, the capital
of Bavaria. His income wit 153,500,000
He died in 1823, univtu.lly Is
.Yafioleon't Son. In a description of
Vienna, in the May number of the New
Monthly Magazine, we find the following
notice of tba Duke of Rw.hstadt.
This universal sobriety of tongue, which
must be attributed to the iron despotism
of the police, is said to have been main
tained in a moit unparalleled manner
throughout the educstion of the young
Duke of Reichstadt, the son not heir,
but representative, of Napoleon. It is
generally -believed that his studies in
modern history have not been permitted
m tind hevond the period of the French
reoreicnted to him -a the obscure usur-
per, not as the eleciea emperor oi r. tmuw
Residing inTwingof the Imperial palactv
nrwiarinir onlv at a few Court balls, the
.h..ir. and Dublic oromenades, and then
iuwtiw7 . r , f
under th closely, yigint ppwrvauon oi j
his Governor Uount- uietricnttein, ii n
true that he is excluded from all danger
eui -access i but i bave.JMien . bim riding
through tbe streets placaraea on every
ztx ytrh' SemtVLife of -Napoleon. Bo
nsbarte,' and the qilck animation of his-
words cannot have oeen iosi ujii uu -
me t a I a . J m. wnitn r ntafl
riosity loroioucn vo reu
of eighteen, years', assurance, cannot be
restrained from questioning, i no w.u
ajauranee however appues ii f r
t ihe Duke of Ketchstaut.- uentie n
-w . . . .
graceful, and very delicate in appeanun-ci
he has nothing of the bold eaglet of
France in his demeanor, n nrst giants
hi. nala countenance yields only 'a
mortifying perception of the Austrian
of his contour, and of thedis
c,r.ment of its high narrow forehead ;
while of his father he retains but the
-...tw.. ?' trfi tiwrin'e ir. Rtlt
worei f ' - 1 .. ... .
fter repeited smithy, after sratchine
J'yE'prelon of his face, during v
tbe. re?rentation ofjionTa or Schlller'a '
spirit-stirring plays of Telf," for 0T
stance, and Watlensteln I eould not hefn
felinj pe.rsuided. thst young Nsleor-
would have made bufah Indiffarent Car.-'
diniJ tbeiocitionjtciwhlcbbe Usaldio v ,
.MHlJrCoTejr1i dweeV r Sosy-and""5 '-"" ?
animated IS bis real disaoaiiin-" ih.i ii. T" :
is sent for whenever Mt Mottrtotj erraini d.J-Li
sire becomes tired of feeding bi blttiii r :
and acrapbg.hUJVioIentalloj In ordeito
dispel the mntd,tbe evilipirii of the Im
perial Saul t While by bis attendants, and
all who have been in persona! 'relation
with him, tbe young Duke is truly and
New 6ilTht Louisville ffcen.l it.
vertiser gives sn account of a singular and
most valuable discovery which was lately,
msde in Cumberland countv. in h.ln '
through rock for salt water. At the depth
of about 130 feet a fountain of Petroleum
or volatile oil was struck, snd when tha
auger was withdrawn the oil ruined up
twelve or fourteen feet above th imL
of the earth. It wai believed iHar ,iv..ii '
T3 gallons were dischiged per minute,
forming quite a bold ttresm from ihe
place to, the Cumberland river. On trial
it ignited, freely, and esve a liirht ufpfiit tl
brilliancy with galiiThis fs the tubitinco
of which British oil is manufactured, and
may no doubt be. made a valuable Mni.-IM
of trade, should tbe streim continue fbr
any length of time. Salt water has alto
oten lound in the vicinity.
LITTLE AND GREAT llLI-AlNS.
Let a pior smrving ou'-t-eloowa
rascal pick a gentleman's nockf t rf a
half-worn eighteen penny hankerchicf
and the pump, or the trradmill, ,r the
hulks, are all too little lor. him. If.
asp.ringto something highTr ih i-f
shaM break a pane in tH- K4rJ l AV,-low-ii.weaUh's
pantry wiodjr, i,i()B.
uate himself througli the pcrtuf c, nud
abstract from the shelf 44 where uey
bad been but an hour before ortf-illy
deposited by his LordshipN b"r,
five silver tea ipo"'hs, va?ue'M.'3i:,4; ' -the
whole world ; of London arl of '
B w-street will be'.amagcd at an l ro-
city forrhicirnothioy bur a stout inU
Tftftttmn "ind" hemo ran vw$y '
to StephensonJ figure in a amt of the
newest cut, with j. gold watch md a
diamond ring let him inhibit u fine
house, keep a earrings with a piir of
greys, and give venison and clirei to
fiddlers, painters, anil Tmairvns.Te't
him, by virtue of these elegant exter
iors, rob the eged ttf ihck-eaviog JJhe .. .
young of their docr, pLck ihfe itld .
from tbe widow and the. aUy from, the
orphan cheat every friend that pos
sesses the materials of beir. ciieutcd
beggar five hundred fmiii s
then withdraw beyond the A. uc,
instead of beicg pursued by ihr -c
rations,' he shall be follow? ! '.
pity of the million, and ' ' ?
good reasons invented for
tion of hia villainy. London S . (
A singular Glutton O-
Dcmerv, aged twtntv-one, whrn p--syner
of w-r at Liverpool, crmtum !,
ip one (lav, sixtem pounds l v t
namely, four pounds of ra v xon O h i
der, ten pounds of raw bet-f, t vo
pounds of tallow candl'-s, bcsicjfa
drinking five bottles rf porter ; althn.h
he was allowed the daily r tiot.s .t ten
year he- ate ono hundred ,mi-..e.iiuy.
cats dead and alive. Atkemmim
Rvery man has just as much vanity
is he "Wants anderstandrngv
Indulged passions are like convuU
live Aut ,j.bju,ta
a moment to make us sttoncer, leave
A man who is desperately in love
ivSthriitmsel has lew. rivals...
Ecooomy is poor mans revenue
extravagance a.,rich mana ruin. . J ,
Fools relish fulsome flattery as glut
tons relish fat meat.
"Contentment i -a pearl of great
price and whoever procures it at the
expense of ten thousand desires, makes
t wise and happy purchsse.
If you sometimes say less than you
are thought to know, you shall at ano
ther time be thought to knotr mor
than you say.
a. Ca'o iia.--,