f"S - Ay a '
' , ,- -
I ' '
ii I) rrii 1 i
ft,,-. ia ,aku.w4, kr taika train
. ! fi ' Hh,i W '.,
si " , - .
T MtoM M t I W tn Ml Mtr, If ft
it !. ill laUw4, M U
' . r Mm mum inmii u 04 Sw, o y mt VMM
ft w. , - , .
.jriAYE'enwreil lrt th north Corner if the
iJJ jCuurl-IIouje the" Bt'vre "at'ic-ned to the
rfltmoM HAitihu Uuy art ifcpfetd' 16 Mit
GOODS very low.
fitlilury, SifttmHrJVlk, I8?5. IS ,.
TUP mbtcribcr thr plcaaurt oi tnouo
cing to b'ta friml mJ euMume r, tod tb
Ijblie in rtnm',UJ he i now receiving (rom
bildelpSi n4 New Vof k,
a r rirniwT coAfvrvirw j
- - r ' : t.rmt
Cheapttt ancf mo$t Fathitnabl
t GOODS .
.m hit haJ. IFavinr bceq rlec1ed with
rrrtt care, by niawelV t boujrfat for etuA, he
fefU perfectly eofifiJcn.tLtt for like patiervt
and au'''litie, lie cannot be undersold by
'any ether Mouae i tie pltee.
: Tee pgblie are ttepectfaHr in
rtted to call and eaaiwne for
! tbr iDielve. 1 it asMitment com
i prlant tlmmit erery article otualry
kept in Korea, . MWIMKL BROWX.
SJUbvrg, July tth, 1829. 3mt86 "
Grctf Bargains !
TUB wijfcnber'i Intent n being 16 rerh6
to the Wet, if poatible In the apring, oC
fer the following Property for aak, upon rea
aooable terms, namely :
Q 330 acrea of Land, lying in the
Fork of the Yadkin, nine milei from
SalUbury, atljoining Fred'ck. Ford,
j . Zachariab MacAtee and otbera, on
t which are aome impwementi ; and
u for health', wppoted to be equal to any Pun
ution in the county.
lAl0i?5.Jpr 30acrri Land, lying on Crane
tree k, three quartera of a mile from' town, a3
'Joining John t'Uman, Thomas Mull, and otbera,
vn wrich there are ten or twelve acres Meadow
round, of firat quality. .
Alto a number of StilU and T.n Ware, for aale
it bit Itore. in Salisbury.
liLCIchf nge Tor, or in payment of, the above
property, note i of hand on .aoWent peraons, dt
"teen property, will be cieiL ....
Tbow who wiih to buyf would do well to ap.
,ly on. . EDWARD CRESS.
Saliibury, ' Jug. t, 1529.' . 78
N. B. the remaining Stick of GOODS on
fund in Concord, compnting a good anrttnent,
belonging to the tubtcriber, will be told ofT on
kiw term i and paymebu made easy to the pur
chtier, if the whole stock could be di.fjoicd at
''one saie. . " H. C
. r. S.-There. wiH alw be sold, HOfJSE. ami
.OT, oil Main street, formerly the' property of
' Jhtitr WUHttm Mnrt, dee'd liowe the property
of Mr. Eliiabetb Moore, and -occupied by E.
" Alio, a new and complete Stick GIG and Hr
fiess. For all which, good notes of hind, or ne
gro property, will be receired in payment.
20,000 awea of LA.VD
X YING in the county cf Surry,
i M-A and. ai is believed from recent
1 Vjfwf discoveries, within the Gold flrjian
mtmm 01 orh;arllns. Ihis tract was
gntnttii or the State, in tfieyesr !795 consists
Tone coiittnuoua survey, adjoining the county
lins of Wilkes, and ettending from the Blue
Itiifye to wiihin fhfee miles of the Main Vsdlin
River. It is intersected for fifteen or twenty
milesjiy Mitchell's river, affording an abundant
supply of water-power at all seasons, snd many
site! convenient for the application of this pow
r to the purposes of Machinery. GJ hs late
ly been found in the neighborhood of this land,
but its mineral treasures are in a great measure
ttneiplored. Persons desirous to purchsse, are
frfrrred to the Editor for more particular infor
mation, with whom the plat of this land ia de-
OTICE. This is to notify the pubficin jren-
ll ml. ThAUiaringucquircdjkaUbeJPfc I
rrtment or State or the United States, a patent
fur the" Machines for Washing, Cleaning and
Separating Gold dust, consisting of a Funnel,
Trunk and Spout, 1 hereby forewarn all persons
from using or making said Machines without my
permpsion, . RICHARD LEE.
RuihtrfrdC9.-Stpt. hi, 18S9. MX,
TIH1S day, a Ktgr Man. who says his name
isiSAIrai thhebaJojiso a roan by
the name of William Tbomcson, of Chesier 'di'si
outb tarolins-' wai. committed to the iU
Fy Charges, andjske him away.
JOHN SLOAN, Sh f
Jupai 5th, 1829. 81. Mecklenburg ratrnry ;
i Y Adam Terrence, in Iredell county, on the
31st of Aurust. a bav HORSE, 12 ar 15
VeiM flirt 1 C hn A. 0 I
t w JLf iu j urvuv aata l ti, naiia, iinsu
wot white, a small saddle spot on the left side,
"M shoes on before, trota and paces j and is ap
prised, by James Donaldson and Ephraim Tern
Pkton, to be worth R. I. QLIPHANT.
StfrfctftoJ . 2tB6
, EXGIJSn npUSEtffMDS.
THE THOROUGH BURD HORSE
SOW ol JmpoHcJ
Horse tagk will stand
tbe FH Season, eomiben
eirg the 10 day of Septem
ber, snd ending 1'je 13ib
dsy of November, In be
tew of Xalitlwrj, on Mow
amd Ttu i: j ii-L j
7 V Cakarnu oounty, oft Tborsdsya, Fri-
W wUl brfcrtm lara w
tight l tWUrs the 6e. l iMm Aetp
and l!v4 dollars ! Insure JoaL
Srpt. 10, 1829.
C. L. BOWERS.
HAS just received, and opened at bis 8lor
ia galiibory, a large and handsome assort
meat of . r
Spring and Summer GOODS;
Also. Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Plated Ware,
lists, and Hatters' Trimmings, Crock,
ery, a good assortment of Bolting
t lot hi, Shoes, Bonnets,
and every article usually
asieu lor in stores.
His stock of good bss been purchased entire
y for cih i and be is determined to sell them
as low as can be had in the place, for roA, or to
EunctuaJ customers on a short credit Tbe pub
oar respectfully invited to calL examine, and
judge for themselves.
Wisoury, mi 34 1839. 70
r ttaUabui"s lVaces.
THE races over the Salisbury turf, will com
mence on Thuisdsy, 22d October next,
and continue three dayi; first day, two mile
beats, free for any bone, mare or gelding ; ae
com! day, niile' bests, free for any thing except
the winning borae or the preceding dy j third
day, three bett in five, free for any borse raised
and owned in he county.
. SAM'L. J0ES, Profrntttr.
Sali$bury, Seft. 8, 18U9. - 6t89
ON Tuestliy of the Superior
Court in Statcsville, it being
l.e 3d day of November ncit, wi'l
be sold at public .Vendue, e rtral
HOUSES snd LOTS, and several
unimproved Iota, in said town i and among oth
ers, that vslusble stsnd for business," formerly
occupied by Jamrt Irwin, and Rtbert Simnttn,
and now occupied by Cwan and Jkxandtr for
a Stoe li ia prceumed tlo inclined to pur.
chase, will examine tbe premises. Tbe executors
of Robert Rimonton and '.he executors of James
Irwin, by: joining in the sale, wiU make the title
nnquestionsbly good to purcbSsers. A hoeral
credit will be given.
GEORGE L. DAVIDSON, Exenlri
THEOPIHLUS FALL"5, J H. Simtntm,
JAMES CAMPBELL. drctattd.
ALEX. HUGGINS, ) Executor ,f Jomei
JOHN IUWIN, Irwin, lUceatrd.
.VWMiAe 12iM829. -it83
Medical College. of
THE annmisl Course of LECTURES in this
Institution, will be resumed on tbe second
-W Jay in November, on the following branches :
Anatomy, by Joa Edwabds HotaaouK, M. D.
Surgery, by Jus Hansai, M, D.
n f"Cti'"rVld- !byHE.atDICESo..,M.D.
Practice f Medtctne ) ' '
Materia MetUca, by Hsvbt R. Fhost, M. D.
Chemutry. by EftMCUD Hivtwtt, M. D.
Natural JHi fry, ) . -,,.. KrT,M , r,
and Botany, ) 1 J
Demontlrattr if Anatomy, by J. Wash a, M. D.
HENKV R. FROST, Zfean.
CAartVirtn, Jug. 19, 1829. 8r90
Uanl. Wood's Estate.
THE undersigned qualified at Augurt sessions
of Rowan county court, as tbe Executors
of tbe last will of Dan'l. Wood : All persons in
debted to said estate, are requested to make
payment and all persons having demands
against the same, are requested to present them
for settlement, or this notice will be pleaded m
bar." - WM; B. WOOD,
1ugnttl9th, 1S25. 3m93
State of North-Carolina, Mecklenburg county t
v Eliza toxe v. William CoXe : Petition Tor
Divorce. Ordered by the court, that nublicstion
be made for three months successively in tbe
Western Carolinian and Yadkin and Catawba
Journal, that the defendant be and appear at the
next superior court of law to be held for the
county of Mecklenburg, at the court-bouse in
Ch8rlotte; oi"0e 6tb Monday itner the fourth
to the plaintiff'!, petition," or the tame will be
heard exnarte. - Witness. Samuel Henderson.
day after the 4th; "Monday In MarcTi, 1829.' --
3ail97SANrL. HENDERSON, e ss. . c.
Sttaed ot Stolen,
I7VR0M the subscriber, on the 15th Aug. a
. ) oung sorrel Mart," three years old, four
teen hands two inches high, with a small star in
her forehead i long switch tail, well made, high
spirited, and runs fast. 1 will give a reasonable
reward to any person who will give me any in
formation, so that 1 get her again if strayed i
andTf stolen, twentyfive dollars for the ap
prehension of the thief, and ten dollars for the
rrtvrv of th' mare.
3t86 JAMES IS. BUR.ctllEAD.
f aea rss eaauaia rTs)T.
A recent visit to the mctppolii, the
" great mart cf living men,' d rathr
aeduloua attendance tX potlkpUtca, civ
Die tat to give tnw country nadir aome
liiformatlbn which, ttftoof b tfJWreitiof ,
uoes noi lorra ,ou cr uteusutor the
fft V'p pep; prei TrT7TTS!!
tie &ntJ0t Hi I MiieitT Jahall nAt
further epeek than te ear thattt-nnamt
h tit ojoy OolcratltLeAUhXiiUfxi.
erclie frccl; end looki well. IA report
h recently prevailed, In' the rletropolii
tbst hit iMsje sty's eysslrht It it, danger
of ipeedy e i line t Ion. No such iar need
be entertained. Tet it ii e fact lat age
has done in work whh the King well
i with other men. . -
Hie Majesty's eight is not to perixt as
it was in bis prime ( neverthelcu ia
en eztreordinary man even in e phiical
sense. Of hie mrntal qualificeiion4.hts
msnners the goodness of hit hetrtf be
tuivity of bit temner the world U nffi
tlently informed- in these respects he
it not exceeded end justly doet he
serve the eulogy convcyed-io the exprf
alon eo often applied to him" Tbe 6m
gentleman et well at tbe first Honartt
in Europe '
Tht Dute c Wellington I shall r
attempt to ascribe tU contour of trt
Uuket that may be wen in ell hiipoj.
traitt: hut efpecially in the" ctrrvruraa
of hit pert on; you the..'
p" n the Jarxejr 44 Tot drivea the
Sof ereine j" or In the Faferoan Wot Is
made foreman to tbe Blush." " Mind
wot I tay ) I'm the man hst can do the
trick ; there it no rniatale'tbout me."
No miittke itrre enough. Whether quiet
ly itsuing into St. Jamei Park, from his
Downing street residences with Paul Pry
like umbrella tucked under hit arc;
whether ptcing the least frequented
walkt of the Park, or trotting homeward
from the Houte of Lords; (he conquer
or of Waterloo, end Foe-man to the
Hritith," it the time person The House
hat met. There site the Luke of Well
itrgton et the right extremity of the Trea
sury Dench, in blue frock. vJute trowtert
strapped under hit booti, wlite neckcloth,
thin, ttllow, dim looking face, prominent
nose, mouth falling in en cxraordtnary de
gree, bit small black round hat tbrun for
werd, e It mifitalre, upon hit note, cover
ing hit well oxmed eye brow, end kern
eyes hit trmta-imbo. l he ' roatquit
of Londonderry it at the table, discussing
the coal duty queitioo, making a iurtout
charge upon "the City ofLonon," sabre
ing the redoubtable Common-council right
and left; and the tmilet of the duke cf
Wellington show that he enjoys the fun,
end cells to his mind's eye other fields
where the "Noble Mtrquit't ardor led him
to take' more worthy met by the beard
Another debate comet on. The young
Maiquis of Clanricarde arraigns the for
eign policy of the tbe Ministry, and pro
nounces England " thorn of her glory
by mismanagement, humbled, degraded,
spiritless." Lord Aberdeen replies ; tnd
Lord Holland comet to the aid of the
young assailant of the veteran Duke, end
vents all the fury of his blustering elo
quence upon u Noble Lords on the other
side," protesting1 that he wat tlmott
afraid to speak, because he knew not
which be was tddi citing the opposition
at Oxford or at Cambridge 1 . Loid Hol
land sat down,' puffing like a porpoise,
and up rote the Duke to reply, cool, btt
evidently stung. Hit bat was laid aside ;
hit action oratorical, hit manner collec
ted, and bis voice firm and clesr. J nev
ver saw hit Grace to to much advantage
no not even at the heed of bit regi
ment in Hyde Park, upon the back of hit
favorite charger at a long trot. The
General was positively lost in the ratof...
He not only made a speech, an effective
speech, in eloquent speech, abounding in ,
ill tbe requisites of e Parliamentary re-
Truly tbe Duke it en extraordinary
nolle Earl It known as sn iml.t'le mm In
private life i an Indottriout Afflcial i elev
erinthe clhtet but certtinly doet not
nine ii en ontor op out of door iutce-
msn, - - - -
The Ltrd CAanc ttlor. The : leirced
Uid lolleori the wooluck with lordly
ease, end per forme ell hit minor rune-
Uorrtsvuh due hgnity-.I tit hlcA Lc4
ler" irTlbe'iroute ,of Feert than In tbe
VWH..OI ..Chincerrs v?her be Is some
wbat loo tiippaau., ! person he about
D eeerWneTxbnjple xToOtlTo irr6
prominent, but not large . expression
careworn, end not Dirticularlr aereeible
. . . Y
iiitiaicfue ire unquestioned lletpeakt
itb great fluency end coricttncit l but
bit nasal twang it a drewbtck to hit ora
tory. The House la In dclibcriUooAo
siii hor'n alive knock et the door ia heard.
Tbe Deputy Usher of the Black Rod id
vsncei to the bar, end cxclaimt, ''My
Lords, a Metttge from the Com moot."
Tbe queitioo that tbe Commona be ad
mittrd it put and agreed tot and the
Lord Chancellor advance! with the great
teal i the Commons enter with a bill with
three low bows, each of which the learn
ed Lord gracefully retUrni t the bill is
hinded over, lit purport briefly mention
ed and tbe honorable Commoners retire
at tbey tdrincec", with three low obei't
ancat, and the Lord Chancellor returns
o hit place, with an air that Roman
senator , might have envied. I mention
tbii to thow that Lord Lvndhurtt it a
P hfimcem 'he eriuauat' Dart'
Lrl Jtot$tun. This noble Earl hit
lately joined the Miristry. His aspect i
mild snd grtciout j hit address winning;
hit speech polished- Looking at his
Lot dp hip, one would say, that man is
seldom mgry, and would neither fight a
duel, nor ronsem to second one who would
fight and yet he seconded tbe man who,
in a petty party squabble, ahot the amia
Sle Sir Alexander Roswcll 1 have heard
that i be noHe Lord regret! this trantac
tion ; and I believe i'. and rejoice at it
As a politician, Lord Hosslyn has of Isle
vesrs shaken off much of his Wblgglim
He is now a link ihe chiin by which
the Duke of Wellington seeks to conhecl
the " mode rate" of the two ereat parties
Lord FAdm The venertble Larl mil
retains Ins hale appearance and hit teal
on the cross berth- He, at any rale, is
no weather cotk no fear of that -ahd
will die at his uott. When Lord Edon
iht to eneak.even on triflwe -mattera
the house evinces very marked attention
and respect, whatever the newspaper
may tsy to the contrary or nol.
Lord Fllfnborouxh Tuis infant ttttei
man it any thine but child in stature
Hit fine urnnortions cmce the Tre ssury
bench i Ion if white trowtrs, half dress
coau flowinc rinclets. but vinepar aspect
i ne rore Ijmq pr.iKt Kiioiy, somruine
sensioiy out seiaom proiounoiv. n,
the diys of Chatham I When Lord El
lenboroucth was in opposition- he hud per
sevennce enough to annoy the Minister
I am much mistaken if he does not
still do the same ! Look at tbe Premier
and upon tbe President of the RoHrd e
Control upon thii picture and upun that.
J he contrast cannot be conveyed into
words- But however perfect the Noble
Lord's curlt may he, I do not believe the
waggery of John Bull 'hat her Ladyship
ran away because she would not repose
on the same pillow with' a man who wore
his hair en pap:Hote i -
Ldrd Holland. I was sadly disappoint
ed in this Noole Lord. With the linea
ments of his great ancestor, and some of
his talents, he impresses a stranger with
any thing rsther than an idea of intellec
tual superiority. The matter of his Par
liamentary oratory is solid, often pointed,
ficquently humorous and sometimes ex
quisitely win y. but. his manner .that
may justly be characterised as bluster,
bluster, Muster. He runs from a guttural
to a aporano in a twinkling, tpluttere him
self out ot breath at the top ot nit voice ;
chkecture, and the expression oi his
mouth i and these, as well as tbe cari
cature, proclaim that "there is no mii
ttke about me."
- iW Jbcrdeen.llt Lordship.lt rath
er, tall, good looking pertonage, with " a
manner ben" apealihgT i(fiirrtaHfd
rarely mounting to the eloquent, never
to the mDptsioned."ef i the- revaraa of
a wit ; and taure of sarcasm ere apparent
ly alien to bis nature. Tbe Noble Earl
excels in narrative in detailing facts.
There is one defect, which his friends
should tell him oft he speaks like a
breathless man j end! raises bis vocie at
tbe .close of a , sentence aa if expressing
extreme surprise. 4' The noble Marquia
has said that the policy of hit Msjetty'a
government," kc. These dasbes indi-
jcate bis pauses ; thej are ipeJaarjU The
VOL. X.....NO. 436.
Lord flurham.-.Yh,i Mr. tamsten
wAt that'll liord Durhim. rn spared
the trouble of dcteribing hiiemiibllhleer
hit talents would require a line or two
could they be applied to my useful pur.
pose , The Noble Lord, however, it an.
titled id eratitede for no art hi. t;r-
He lately inubbed AWrrmsrt Woo4 ao4 ' '
the hmfTer?!a-r?W fmtt,rii.. j., .
ia e tnan utled llood or Wood, or aotn. v---r
such nsmc, who hat been giving bioiaelf
eirt eitd-indafging in Impertlnenttei resi--
;jrt.rirt'.r: ri - - -. . , .
khwk in proceedings ei tttia House i
and wertfthit perton worthy of notice) I
thould call tour Lordsblo'e attantieis. r
hit conduct," &c Brivo I Oh, Alder
man, how did the Wood leal at thl.
The bett ol ike loka hi that tha etnt i.
ittocrat, in hit radical (Jits, nil often
spouted md dined t Keek-by jowl with thtj
aforetsld Hoed or Wood.' Sic rreiV.
The t)ukt of Qhutnttr.L.'Th ttauocla
Whir of Roval BW. svlth the f.e. Ar
Oeorge the third, end the totiume of
uiixty yetrt since," cntefefhe Houte of
Lordt now ind then, and whit L takei
part in tbe debate f adds wisdom id
tbe wisdom of the nation i No suck
thing, gentle reader. Hit Royal Hieh-
nut comes to shake binds with hit broth
er Whigs, and to cry hear, hear," when
Lord Holland makes a set speech If a
man looks at lha Duke of flloucest'tr and
tmilet, he m.v b what it wrong but
he cannot very wr.ilhehit.
F.arl of Matorturh-A LrvhtfernanTv
ned not as, int n he utteri mskee a
corresponding impression. Men love
common tense, as thry lave geld, heceuse)
it is e valuable article. nd cannot be verV
reaiiuy imnateaai jeast, not of t4oca
heads- . V '
Earl Grey. A poVerfuI oretor i but oo
the decline- Ifis lordship haa lived lone
enough to tea the follies of party, end ie
rapidly antraitimelllng himself; he will
not, however, lake office, though eorelw
ursssed to do so. The rreatcst service I
can do to the Noble Barl is to nrav that
Heaven would mend bis temper.
i attention, eave his ratal ar tne perspirsuon .ro... ... " -
gins a new senience :o anive ai memc
psinful conclusion. I would much rath-
' . . H t. I. 1. I
er react uora nonanu s spcccucs u
heir him speak them 1
Lard- Londondtrrv.S. well-looking,
generous hearted mani of aanguine tem
rect, but noble4 manly, candid, Jona Cun
nv mrn imnretsion. A warmhearted
man flwaye findt the way to the hearts of
otbera. I would rather pe uora wnaon
derry thin the most of those who con
demn him- In the lite proceeeding re
lative to the London Bridge, he complete
ly beat the Duke of Wellington and Ab
solute Wisdom into the bargain; end wit
nrohablv ftroud of the exploit, lor two
reasons he hid right on bit tide ; and,
it it a feather in a man's
C4p to foil the modern "Sewerr".
flat: A thort time since, seven hand '
red and fifty bats were killed in a smoke
house on H:. Simons laiand. The building
is about fourteen feet square, and was,
after the slaughter, fill decerned by mt
ny animals of the kind, hanging, unhurt,
frenvthe wallt and joins.-
-; : " . : Chatletton Gat, -
Home Indutry..n I80.4, it wisestim
ted that the totil consumption of Cotton
by tbe Manufactories of the United States,
but a little exceeded I000 bales In ISIS
it was estimated that the Factories con
sumed.WjOOO bales; and itj now estim
ated, tht, we mVaufciure cVtou gnods' jo
the amouiit of 230X1004)00 per untium,
orhicft"S2J,0O0,0O0 are expoHed. "
' Chtrtetton Gar.
The Ontario.-Tkis ship tailed from
New York on 23d u It. under Command of
Thomas II. Stevens, Esq. Henry Lee,
Esq. Consul General in Algiers and
lauy; flir. Drown, private secretary;
Lieuts. Glynn and Ritchie i Drs Cowdrey
and Freeland ; end Midshipmen F. Clin
ton end D. Lynch Jr were passengers.
A oil. BuUcltn.
--f-ftttn of Whithty.... A , lad in tho
village of Canandaigua, nine yeirsof ige,
list week drank so much wbiskay, aa to
produce convulsions which terminated in
tbe course of a few hours, io death.
Ciiiting Ircct m Woodlands.
Loudon's Gardener's Magazine re
mirks, in substance, that the shoots
from the'atbbi "of stumps 6f forest
treea may either become crooked bran
ches, of little use for fuel, or beauti
ful straight timber treea, according as
the old trees may be cut over ctoeetijr
the surface, or one foot above it. The
closer the stump is cut lo the ground,
the atraighter the stickers or aprouta.
This important fact ought to fimil
tar to?everr owner of 1 Vod -otiaAtl
coasanily kctio mind by the gardener
i' pruning iruu.vrcca, v. r (t ;
The trunspet of Fame bas exalted Um namev
To thee Afric'e hero In glory must bo :
Not Hannibal's self, though an eminent elf,
Wa half so successful a warrior at thou. .
Hi doings the pages of Liry display
Thy liquid attainraenti spread wider and
By vinegar he through the Jfpt mad)s hie Wty,-
But thou through this wsVftfby the very sime