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We learn from Gen. tt-. Samdert, who re-
uncd a f days inc rrom lfte Vberoltec w"
L that himself and the Rev. Mr. fVy,tbe
(tbeft Commissioner, succeeded In contracting
lib the claimants tar reservations jot land, in
(,.mr cases, of.640acre each( that there
at thfCO Or lour rcwwii"i wk"i, wiuwu
hey expect to meet with no difficulty in ob.
tjinlng rttiai -uw pvrvw'v"-yjz.yY.l,l,'
m0o0. -wlDewre than cover, tne purcnasc
,nj attending expenses , Ahat It wW be neces.
,iry for the Commissioners again to visit the
stUm-to Py the mopefJaluWejMcei,
WWOWtiWi.i ,l.r U Jm tlx BTI
which are valuable, , ' ! - ,
The country is represented to us a healthy,
,nd well tailed to persona of small force, M stock
of ll kinds ia raised to great" advantage. The
;hhitants of the new county of Macon evince
;uch public spirit, in the opening of roads, the
erection of Public Buildings, fcc Contracts
kive been made for the erectio of a Court
House and Jiul,both of brick, at tbe prtce of
about g7,000. There seems to be no doubt,
thai after another sale of the State Land, the
eountr wiU become fully seWe-a.r "wi
, Gen. Saunders saris he heard nothing af any
disturbance between the Indians and the whites,
jn relation to the removal of the former beyond
the Mississippi that the Talk of Jhe President
'u considered IsjriVmg the coup de grace to the
t.,iu,'..r;tluri the limits of the States that the
tld Indians expr great unwillingness to re.
move, and ooihing b'lt dire necessity .will ever
.Jndifcethem't6U. the small portion of land
hire of this State and Tennessee follow the ex
amrle of Georgia, in extending their laws over
the Indians, and deny them the privilege of
giving testimony, Uwill, in a great degree; force
them to leave the country, now tor wen
conrc of policy would accord with principles
"of humanity and jwtice; -xttm nAi the . JLe;
giilatui e in its wisdom tQ determine.
John Davis, of Wake, formerly Sheriff of that
county, is stated in the Register to have been
killed on the 6th or 7b inst. j F.lijab Kimbrotigh
Has bcenspprehended on suspicion of being the
Fire ia Xev iv. (TnH:he"4nr TnsT. ude;
atroctive fire took placo in the city of New".
York which destroyed or badly injured id or
20 buildings, on Catharine. Harman, lit n,
Grand, and 6heriff streets ; among the building
destroyed, was the Mount: Pitt Circus not' a
vestige bat the foundation that extensive t
tablihent:riutncdv.;;e loss" ol proper'
waa ve great a portion of It, however, was
CW i .fiwo.--New depositee, and new
veins of this valuable metal, are almost daily dis
eovereilin Rowan coimty. Productive mines
Nah Partee. Esq. Williamsdn Harris Esq. and j
illiamsdn Harris, Esq. and j " Ivan mww. vv uuam uaaion.t uasion
lirnnerl Hatilf$vf- Spight M-the-Jatter w" not '
r ,. , , , candidate.-:r e) - . . -
S,,4bury' "l e"M ' Vtfr-Dr. J NwW1w, f ' NVhvUle:
in a number bf'oCBaT
ridge ,of countrr eotith
cngrromsoutn carouna io u.c Cc.rc u, -
atate,i. found to be rich in Vein of gold reven j
the ml is ariferous. Nothing but capital, skill. .
fc.nd enterprue, are warning, xo renucr ... .
Mines of North Carolina a source of wealth and
prosperity to the state. And We are grafted to
find, that .ht awncitiaens are beg.nn.ng to hei
Mtuated by a proper spirit, on the subject : they
are taking the business into their own-bands; ,
and show a determination that etrangen snail .
inot reap all the profits.
MiHinippL In, this sta'e, Gerard C. Brn -
Con, (me prent ineu.nDemana beorgc ...
. cnestcr, Esqs. are caniuiat ior governor; nu
A. M. Scott, for Lieut, liov.
Jppointment$. Daniel t. CroaH, cf New
.lcr?ey, has been appointed bv the President,
Comulofthe U. S. to Marseilles, in Frances
Wm. D. Patterson, of New-York, Consul to
ja sti tvAtta tt ni iMin isayartvin m unriii i.Rrftiinsi.
a t ? it 1 I!
'J-"-"r:i:; - .;
ontn to tne ismnrt amiqu wp -
mua, nowevfr. in oe Aaams pnnls, u... r.
Jackson s commission has beeivevokd rinJ
the respectful, decent, clarical style of most of
the coition papers, he has been Nortonixed.
Titther It be a fact that Mr. Jackson's commis-
appears from a paragraph in the U. S. Tele
graph of the 4th inst. that that paper, which
possesses pvery facility of knowing, was not ap-
pnscd or me crrcumsTance'. - j
WhitMd Ktrti Esq. has been app.oinM Post
Master at StatttviUc, Iredell county, in place oT
jf ct in repeating it now, is, because the removal
of Mr. McKnight has been trumpetted abroad as
in act of pmcripHen, and much abuse poured
on the heads of the Administration in conse
quence, by the coalition papers, without in
forming the people who the late incumbent'a
successor is. Mr. Kerr was, for many years,
asistant to the W Post Master, Capt. Worke ,
the complaisance of his deportment, bis strict
integrity, and the great facility with which be
did business, eminently qualified him to dis.
, charge the duties of the office. But on the
ueun 01 .vapt. worse, ine iaio uiuiniai"'w"
wnfijrredthe efSce on MANfiKnht-
The General Election; for members of C6n
gress, and of the Legislature, ..took' place
tliVoughout the state, on Thursday but, the 13th
inst-L The following h the. result in Rowan
county, and the Porough of Salisbury i ' ; ' '
Affman. David F. Caldwell, asnate Thomas
0. Polk, Richmond M. Pearson, commons. . ..-
Sa&'iAurv.-i-Cnarlea Fisher i who received a
cnanimous vote. - - .
- There, was no opposition for the Senatelnot
for the Borough i for the Commons in the coun
ty, there were threecandidates, Metsrs. Thomas
0: Polk,' Richmond. SI. Pearson, and John
March I the state of the poll was si follows : 7
. . . . i. . JOJ VV
ison's .-. -.-i r.--67r--.m?r?rrri6r
Morgan'!.... 62. 32 43,
Brickhouse'j ...... 3S 80 1
Pinkston' . .r . y ..'.. 10 . 63
.V'"'". . -822 . ,. 753 . 511
JOHN GILES, ESQ. of this town, has
been elected to Congress from this, (the tenth)
district, by a majority of 945 votes. The tote
in the whole district stood as follows i
Rowan 12C0 165
Davidson'.. . .. 953 329
Kandolph -. . ; v. ' 334 tOSi-
Chatham...... 679 751
3226 2281 ' :
Giles' majority .....945 votes.
Davidfon. Rausom Harris, senate t William
W. Wiseman, Lewis Snyder, commons.
. State of the poll : for the senate, Hams 422,
Hampton 321 : for the commons, Wiseman 703,
Snyder 617.' Williams 501, Bodenlvumer 399,
Caharrut Christopher Melchor, senate ;
Din'idM.Barririgcr, William M'Leai com mpni.
State of the poll : for the senate, Melchor 316,
George Klutts 154 for the commons, Darringer
671, MXcan 321, John C. Barnhardt 3U8, George
', 3cfc.,wirra: -William Davidson, senate :
WUIlara J. Alexander, Evan Alexander, com
State of the poll for the Senate, Davidson
5?0, John W. lung 60 1 for the .commonN W. J,;
Alexander 934. L. Alexander 877, Joseph Black'
wood 529. For Congress, no opposition to Maj
Chatham. Joseph Ramsay, senate i Nathaniel
G. Smith, Jrtseph Brooks commons.
Randolph.- Abram Brower, senate ; Alexan
der Cunningham, AbramUrower, 2d, commons.
Slate of the poll : for the senate, Brower 460,
Wm, Hogan 363: for the commons, Brower
fii, iCtmninghamaSThauias Hancock 57.61
Surry Meahack Franklin, oenate Alfred
Moore, F.phraim Hough, commons.
For Congress, Lewis Williams received a
majority of 40 or 45 votes over Samuel King.
-- rJ2L...Thoms .A. Allison, senate j James
M. fioglej William King.rommons.VT. "
For Congress, Mr. Williams recevea.mso
Hy of aomcHiing more than 200 vc4e.;:T ; - ;
. .JVWA. W, W. Boddie, senstc Duncan Vork
Joseph Arrington, common; "" - r
' For Congress, Prtter 52& Hillman 87
" .Crot'en. Richard D. " Spaight, enate 5 Na
thaniel Smith, CTiaiim PLtrickv commons ..,
For Congress, Tlomaa ILDavica received 299,
Gen. Jose Sp.tight 51, James Manney 6.
Beaufort. Joseph u. Hinton, senate; John
" 7Vwi Jewbem. William Gaston. Oaston
XenBfaseei former!y bf th;s town, Iras recently
pamphict entitled A dsStttoa
effects rf partiaI .. ,o(j the inte)Iec
. ,; , . . fcrencc t0 ... cage of Uov
Houston, whose complaint isycleped by the
iMrdiM(e lutpicitn We ,re
t(j 5Q rf M
ghortIv he fors,e at Post-OfKce in
i Salisbury. The doctor has a wonderful pm-
chant for book-making ; and as medicine is his
f r,.-t a .tntht nrA: if he will itecr clear of the
LntangiemeI,t,0f pol.tic, but his dissertation-
be mrytllotsiy edifying and instructive
Ettract of a letter, dotted.
Madeira, June 16. W are daily ex
pecting some change in our political af
fairs. Tncre is a report that a foreign
officer residing at Terceira, and Mr. A. of
this island, offered the gallant commander
of Terceira, Cabreira, one million to give
Ud the island to Uon Miguel. Mis answer
r waTFe"irresT ihd" shipment of the for
. . hin-:nB, of ,he alte.
A Toast- R'J a Shoemaker. Jackson
our Bo$i to the latt he cutt out without a
j arn, fi8 mvl holet with hickory Jiefi,
asKS ho 0001.
His tole beat and pierced, when our avl was at
Ilia briitlet -waxed up and his end did'nt break
"Pn i WedhesdaySth, Totiar Watiitu waa
foiled jgoiltyw three indictments, viz-the
two cases of ,300 and 8750, on which
the former Juries could hot agree" Ittd
oew trials were granted, and the 82000
Aecnt at Boston. As soon as the rerdict
was received, Mr. Core moved an arrest
of judgment and a new trial. This mo
tion is still pending. 1 Ral. Reg.
One day later. Ad arrival at Boston
from Liverpool brings accounts one day
later than our previous dates. They
however furnish no news, and nothing
later from the seat of war, than contained
in our previous advices. The London
Courier states, that the European powers
will not interfere in five wir between
j Russia aWl Turkey. Xtv. .
,,;'v ' . ; . ' - "
the Cttt'ic iWanTlTbd Itacon Tele-'
graph has retelyed ir letter from M.
Crowell, the Indian Agent, denying 1 part
of the statement rhade by the Colum
bus paper, published by ui on Tuesday.
Heaytht no chiefs of tbe. throkeei
met the elefation from the) Creeks;
the iwo Ridges and Vano. wero sit that
attended, ana ter are not la luihonty in
tbeCberok.ee nation. v ,
JThe Telegraph toes on lo say A we
are Informed by gentlerniin from Fori
Mitchell that he did not apprehend iny
attack' was contemplated bp the Creeks
on the whites j nor wat it probable that
any alliance or concer) woukl be formed
to their mutual animosity end hostility
the Creexi had hela atetrev cetincil for
ting with, the Ueneral .uoTernmeot, and
entering a protest gaint. being forcibly
remored t but that the prospect of an
Indian War depends upon a remote con
tingenqr, whicn be thinks can nerer hip
Owine to various unfounded rumors,
respecting the hostility of the Indians,
our informant adds, that a Rood deal, of
excitement bad been felt 00 frontier, and
particularly at Columbus; but that all
apprehensions on 1he subject were fast
subsiding, The Agent, he informs us,
has constantly advised the Government of
every 'movement of the Indians ; and
would promptly correspond with the Ex
ecutive of Georgia the moment that ap
pearances should indicate the necessity
of his doing so." Georgian.
Governor Owen yesterday returned to
the City in 'good-health,...w-
- JtaU Regitter, 0lh inst.' :
Gov. Pofie, of Arkansas, has rerUrnetl
to Kentucky, for the purpose of removing
his family to the Territory- - .:'.!.
The Mercantile Courier t of Cadiz, pub
lishes aooRkiai notice, to warn rcerchan'.
ships to sail with precaution, because the
Moors are fitting out-six corsairs atOran.
YcUov Fever The NV York Herald
says, "We understand that a number of
casket of yellow fever have occurred on
board a vessel now at the Quarantine from
New-Orleans, and that some persons died
during the vowge." -
tt Is stated that the- late Governor
Ridgely of Maryland, by his will, eman
cipated, all his slaves, to the number of
upward of., four., hundred. Those who
have attained the ae of twenty-eig-yean
are vto be free immediately j auch
a-are over forty fire, are .to have some
provision made tor the support, out ot nu
estate; ana those ot tne younger ruas
are 'tor be freer the -malea at twenty eig h t
yeah o age, and the females at twjtnty j.
Rowland SfViArn&eAcaTjed.frorn the
public eaze for some lime after he was
nmg however to appear once more on me
theatre of action. Yet his whole conduct
is a perfect mystery, hen he was kid
napped in Savannah, the public aympathy
was awakened in his favour and he was
discharged in New York but apparently
so heart-broken, so humbled and poor,
that his creditors ceased to pursue him.
lie is now said to be residing in Bristol
(Fa.) and to have been recently engaged
in a negociation witn ur. amppen rortne
purchase of a very handsome fa'tn in the
neighborhood of that place. If it is to be
purchased by his own funds, then it re
mains for bim to reconcile the possession
of o much property with his professions
of abject poverty in New York and with
his obligations to his creditors. It is also
stated in the last Augusta Constitution
alist," that Lloyd, his clerk, is still at
Savannah, and has employed a gentleman
of the first respectability at the Bar, to go
over. to England for the purpose of se
curing and bringing to this country what-
feref .property: of; raUb!afuoda.. tMtuv
dividual may be entitled to l here is s
rovstery inlbfiuconduct of these fugitives
which it is due to the citizens onhlstth
country to clear up In some wsy or other
Monev'Market The N.'T, Journal of
Commerce, of Tuesday evening says:
There hasbeen a general advance in tne
price ojHoney Slocks, of from 3 to 5 per
know of no other eaasehani.W kcres;
itfg plenthvess of money. Toe tanafersi
however, have been on rather a small
Tbe ASrw York City Convention have
closed their labors in committee of tbe
Whole, having been engaged in discus
cussing the various reports, by sections.
They hare now reported to the Conven
tion their proceedings, who hate ordered
them to be printed as amended and slur
red, and have adjourned to tbe third
Monday of September, when they will be
taken up and finally, pissed upon. Al
though they have made many alterations.
the report ot tne committee oi seventeen
has been pitripal!y edopterH . '
' Lexington Sen. 59. The Right!
Rev. Bishop Kavenscroft arrived in this
town on Saturday evening last.- lie
preached twice in Christ Church on Sun
day, and administered to 71 peraons the
Apostolic rite of confirmation ; on Mon
day night be preached in " the same
Church, and again on Tuesday forenoon
hen the rjtepf Lonhrmation was admin
istered to an additional number of per
sons. 1 be Bishop proceeded on his tour
ney 10 Philadelphia last night in the pub
ue stage. , - , v nepo'ier
' The celebrated Dr. Jfoiack wHo many
years aroi practised in this place for a
ihorf itimifrhai relirwiuUhed bia prbfesJ
:t ''v'MA.ii.Mi 1
sbleiidid eAt-Ui Dittchess county:
does not contain two hundred such- un
mannerly, greedy and indecent brutes as
were assembled at the late dinner of the
Westminster elector! (London) I saw one
fellow endeavoring: to cut a roast fowl
asunder, crotiviayt, while another had his
fork stuck in the neck end, ready to take
one of the halves."
He YrkAug. l.Ctoft.r-The sales of the
w. ek hare been about 1240 bales, via. 950 Up.
lands at 8 a 8J and 8Jc for inferior to middling,
8J a 9Jc for fair, 9 je for good, and 10 a 10c for
primethe latter price for some fine, on time
Fbrida, ahout 140 at Pf a 10c Mobile, 24 fine
at 13c, a amall parcel at 12c, and 80 at 9 l-2c i
N. Orleans, about 40 bales at 13c. Prices con
tinue the same- Export 699 bales.
f Tear and Meal. The sales have been more
extensive, but at a Mill further decline in price.
Saliiburv Price. Auwut Sth .....Cotton
jto 1 cents, corn 25 toSO, purk 3.50 to 4, but
ter to i0,Jfotir 375 t4 ler barre.k wheat 50
to 60. Irish potatoes 30 to 40, sweet do. 25 1 35,
brown tufrar 12 to 15, coffee 1J to 22, salt 1.12
to 1.25, homespun cloth 18 to 30, whiskey 20 to
25. bacon 7 to 9.
-FageUitdlle, 'JmrM. 5..i..iCotton 6J to ZJ ,
bacon 5J to 6, peach brandy 55 apple do 40 to 42,
butter 10 to 15, corn 49 to 55. flaxseed 80, flour
4 to 5J,lard 7J, molasaes 32 a 34, sugar 8 J to 10,
salt 75 toWi tauWH. wheat j.f , jhis key 24
to 28....;.U. S. bank notes 1 J a lj per cetit. prel
minm, Cape Fear ditto, li a 2.
Charitiun Aug. 3 vCotton 7 o 9 centf,
flour 7 a 7, w'hikkev, 26 a 27, bacon 6 tq 7, hams
H a 9, best kind of bagpiiig 20 to 22, salt 54 to
50, corn 42 a 45, coffee 1 1 to T, N. Carolina
hank bills 2 a 2J percent, discount i Georgia, 1 J
Peteriburn, Mr?. Aut. 8 Cotton 74 to 9
i Tobacco, fiddling 5 50 to 6, prime 9 to 10;
Wbct 91! to '00, Corn 55 to 00 cents perBusnei,
Flour 6, Hacon 7.
litihmoml Jiig. 7 r- Cotton 8 a 9J, wheat
1.25, corn 45, bucon 7 to 71? brandy apple 42 a
43. wl.'skcy 26 to 27. Compiler.
Comdin.. Aufutt 8 Cotton 7 to 8J, flour 4j
to S it - .of-the. wa'onv that from Camden
miIMto'7; w-heat Si, corn 5D to 50 J, 'oat '52,'
t' . hUkf'v -2K to 25. bacon 7 to 8.
H'ilminetyn, Jug 5 ..Cotton 7jj to 8, flat iO
lo 13, flour 6 50 to 7.00, corn 60 to 60, cheee7
to 8, apple brandy 3J to 3.5, tallow 8 to 9.
CAe-fiw Ani(. 3 Cotton, 7 to rij, Dacon
6f cm.M, A.oH 4, . J? .4,5(, . wjiiskcy 2J j o j
. pfcn,wanay io '- i
l ...!.. ar a kis ahki,s. hi in a "
leal '(.'larco i, citnee io,iihiu
tallow 3, noliifses 4.", beef .1.
fhrtrAHg.XMx.SfilA I.?-?.".xuL.olE.bjUkn aje left lionie two weeks aince.
t li, whL'key. 24.) 25Jbocon 9 to 11. iT,e owner j, tfJircVt'eino p'rlve pFoperrO"T
lincinnati, Ohio, July 3l.....oUo12J, lei:
thers 71 cents, flaxseed 37 to 40; flour J.75 to
5.8 r, Kenhavri iaTt"50 critts,- peeh brandy-2,
apple; do. 37, whiskey 20, tallow b' to 7, tobac
co 3 to 7 cents per lb.
Srabern, Mgt 8....Cotton 7.35 to 7.50, flour
6.50 to g7, wheat 1.00 a Rl, bacon 5 to 6, i alt 80
to 100, peach brandy 75, apple do. 40 a 45, whis
In Mecklenburg County, on the Ilth inst. by
Guy Maxwell, Esq. Mr. Stephen Howell, of Lan
caster, -fcr C to Miss Fanny Fentcrman, of Meck
lenburg. In Haywood county, Tenneie, on tbe Pth
ult. Mr. Hiram Hartte, of tiihs.ni count , to Mii
Iiouama Cherry, ..daughter of Daniel Cherry,
On the 7lh inst. after a shoit but revere tfhci,
Mr. Paul Bnrringrr, son of the late Peter Har
ringer, aged 25 vcrs 10 months and 8 days,
Ue was a full member of the Ltirlieran Church,
and auatained an unblemished and irrepoachable
character during the whole course of his pi.
Srimage. Sober, virtuous and amiable in h s
imposition i industriom and economical in his
deportment, and blessed with a firm con-titu-tion,
he was viewed a rUing pillar and a firm
ppottU-oLlhehureh to which he belonged1
But our "prospects liave been1 b!ighte-drnd-trr
inted. Death, inexorable death,!
-t srpy t's-e mighty deluge, ;
t of persons, age or rank, liasaUj
1st1' snetps man aw;
WitIiol respeci "i peiwim, nc i,
called him awav to that ur.rtiscovereu couniry
from whose bourn no traveller returna." A
proper tribute of reaped was paid at hia inter
mert arul a sermon delivered by the Tastor of
the chnrcb. The large concourse 6r pet sons
present, and the deep sympathy manifested on
this occasion, abundantly evinced how much
he was esteemed by all who knew him. Hi"
early departure will long be regretted Dynisai
feetwnate (fcfcity Utid krgairck acqt'Jaifl-j
t)ft.ai'me.en,,.wjtn.s.9;iem.n. .w"!,.. ,,
Speaks the depa'ture of a sdul,,J v ;.
Let each one aik himself,'. Am I
- . pMpaiwd.1 shotdd 1-be elW to di ??
In Iredell county, on the 10th inst. after a se
vere illness of thirty-one days, Mr. AVt' M'l'ag
aged about 47 years.
In Buncombe county, on the 29th ult. Jese
Richard, infant son of William ami Cynthia For.
tune, aged seven montha and eight days. This
little infant poefwed an intelligence and sweet
nes of disposition, that doubly endeared it to its
fond parents, and eicited the admiration of all
who saw it.
Svreet flower of hope, destin'd to bloom
A (rw short Weeks, and duappear i
T !ie unnhroiided in an early toinb, hne,
nd fave fon'd lftir to mourn thy absence
Taunt! 0g & . Harness.
Mle.'vcry low,' a heat Pannel Gig and
. Harness. " Enquire at the Mansion Hotel.
Salitbury, Jug. 7t 1829.. ' , lw
HAVE just received from Neu-i
York and Philadelphia, a frtih .
supply of ,
lrvit Oge ttvjft U Ncdicinti.
tSQ nests of sand crucibles
dofli Alaenifvinit Ulasses,
r.JSa!ibi(ty, Autp,t 1 829. ; - " 80
r Tnf,R t'thscriber having determin.
f JD : ed on removing to Ue yVeitpa
W SbtemmH or.aale the fol.
lowing LANDS'.'.'in' the eixin'ty of.
he new -m&i&tiKiMi
. nrvn n ...... . , . , .
'7,nB wim sauaio iiiver, tnree mues aoova r-..,
the Narrows of the Yadkin. The situation 4
healthy, ami buildings good. .
Also, the' well known gold mine on Beaver
Dam Creek, cbntaminp 90 Acres.''
:'. Also, a -Tract of .100 Acres, adjoining the,
Itowan line, where George'' I lodge now jives.
Also, a tract or 50 Acres, in the lower part of
the county, on Cheek's Creek i adjoining N.
Clark's., . , .
In paymgoT, will be taken Negroes, good
notes, or 'the purchasers note, with a liberal
credit, or casb Would not be objectionable. . Do
well to apply soon. W. Jl. CUISH0LM.
Auguit 0th, 1829. . ,4i81
' Alan iVwny -
tl?t subscriber, on the morning of the
1st inst. an apprentice to the tailoring bu
sines, by the name of Qttrge Jdn. He ia
about 17 years of age, 5 fi-et 8 or ten inches
high, tolerably olender and very straight, rather
light hair, gray eyes, has large Oct and a large
roman noe j! is a forward fellow; but has a down
look when closely examined. He had on wlierr
he left, n blue broadcloth coat, a little worn,
blue cloth veaVjgreen corduroy pantaloons, and
carried willr him a pairx)f llomejnin cnes r
rather dnrk mix. I will give &5 for the appre.
hensioh of said hoy, Sod Ins confinement in any
jail, so that I gel him sgsin. I fnrwarn all per.
sons trojn emplovm or burhonng id sppren
tice, on pain of" being" da1t with "" the law
directs. JOHN X. MTilLI..
i'itmbar&ugf,, Aug. 8, W9. 3i82
fBllII, utciiber having removed frm l.in
JL colnton to his farm at the Itilllslo Shoal
Ford, oh. the public rnsd lea ling from Lincoln
ton to Stat.-sville, nine milt's "front the latttr
place, ami twenty from the former ; begs leave
to Inform the publ):,.tht will continue the
Practice of Law in the County anl Superior
ronrtsof Lincoln, Iredell Rutherford and Msk
.bui:ge.majt.lfeJMndathome, at all,
times t-xoeiit when necessarily abseiiT6n"his"e1rT
cuit. All letters on.biis'uie", may be addreaad
to liim in Stalesvillc.
R1C11ARH T. BRUMBY.
July 28, 18:9. 6trt4
,P, S. The Kditor of the Journal U requested
to Insert the abotp; fire times, and forward bis
account to Btateaville.
f 110 jail this day, in Kuwait county, -N. Card-
.heUMcTo .Hufui Johnston, Lincoln couu
lina, a ni gro mnn named fl HAt. L antl
lv (j. - lie s of ulack comtileirforr, comnrnrr
- - . .-. - . .
size, about 19 years oW. 1ms lost tlir first and
Innfi ii ct finfrr. nn tlin IrTl huitl. uavl llirV iverA
cj;argc( tabe ,,jm iwi, :
F. SLATER, SVjf.
Yutc. Oak Kmeft.
Viii'jr ,'.'owM'aiier, C 'fice,
Ct . M.F.n projios ils will be received at this of-
fice until the 10th of Keptrmber, tod-livtr
the following White Oak KnerS-, required for a
ship of the line, to be delivered at the Navy
Yard, Philadelphia, by the bit of December en
suinir j and on the delivery, to mnkrgo the in
spection, 8tc. of the said Navy Yard.
UpptrMun J)etk.H lfg'r Knees body
from 7 to 7j feet, arm 6 feet. sTO tnchrs
when completed, to be square and a little wit.
' square. W inch to 1 foot, out square, nr wore.
Spar JJeclt, jo I'agge.r Knces-nmiy irom t
to 8 fret, arm 6 feet, side 9 Tiie.tieS when com
pletedout square from 2 to 3 inches to 1 foot,
Spar Deck. 32 Hanging Knees-body 7 feet,
arm 6 feet, side 0 inches when completed out
qusre from 3 to 44 inches to 1 foot, ni mire.
Offers must be sealed, endorsed "Offer to
furnish White Oak Knees f-.r a ship of the lin
at Philadelphia," and truii-smitled to this office
JulyH IH29. 5tK3
R '. : . MJ and, aisbelivei
aWy iIislhsh i nt within tin
tveu trom recent
of Nnrth-t;ar)'ins. This tract wa
gmnted ov the Sts'e, in the year I7S5 consist j
of one continuous survey, adjoining the cwinty
line of Wilkes, and extending from tbe lthio
Ktrhjre to-w-Hhin theeeHSwUe of tlic MnkuYakitV
Iiiver. It is intersected for fifteen or twenty
miles by Mitchell's' rivor, affording in abundant
supply of wafer-power at 11 seasons, and many
sites convenient for the application of this pow
er to the purposes of Machinery, Gold has late-
TyYeen'fooM In ffi rftijrbbarhowl 6f tfiU bttJU;;" T
but its mineral treasures are in a great measure
tjijekpfofed'. "Persons (kwwi to- imrcb! , are .. ,r
referred fo"the Kditwr fW snore akk,r:,infor
matintt,;,v(ith. whom the- ptat of this land ia do.
piorVtedi - , .
WtaAury. June I2lh, IKO. 7 .
Driving to Faydicville,
WILL find it to their advantage to stop at
the IVajn Yard, whera every con
venienec is provided for VI n and Horse, to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 25
cents a day and night, for the privilege nf the
Yard, tbe use of a good house, fire, water, anil
shelter. Attached to the Yard, ara a Grocery
and Provision Store, fin: ad Shop ami Confec
tionary, ami t House for Boarders and l.odrei",
in a plain, cheap wholesome ami comtntU
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