-t Th Kv. lf. Hit. Si I the 1 ruira.
af Un,r. I1 " ''" 'V. ") Wrdnr.
the Presbyterian Clmrc'i on the evening of tUt
C,tU..k d "'' recently found
near FreJeritkUiurjj, tirg valued at JVJWi
bich ! Richmond Compilrr presume m th
largest (tire I'1' m"' Md ll"
t :uirl biate. TUi U a mistake i some 23 w
"aj year nc plena j$.foui4 U the tirljf
-hortnrf tr tabarru, valued at bet wee
Ave and si thousand Oulun it weighed SfKw. 4
adl D iimMk a1! Auaun mine, In Aiuort
junff. fieew d" "I ir erW"Jr
.3i. J00a M-n
,.iher piece. if not quit a la'je, have
7TnmiW.The 1rgWaTirr nf th'l tatei
f mblf J In Nashville, on lit 2M wit Dr. Jl
!krr, jf -tfce AV4'cr- -a. Uwu J
. iiptst.rbflheSt-Qa',ei rt Fpbrim ll.ro tf,
rlq. of Dsvidson county, !ptkcr of the Hour
6rj.pTteirtalivt-bn - withoH-pisioH,
Tbe acll't; Gov. Wm. Mill, sent In a borr, but
,cry kb meslsge, " X- ' ,rf
ii'tur eeratu have commenced buine in
earnest i subjects of sdme Importance,
auch a lb judicial, a pvnitcn'iary, state bank,
impeschmeol of Jid William, Cobb's
roiel, It were folly before t lie in in a few
The communication in relation to the
eitrectim of wa'er-mellon aeed from the
threat of youef nun, bill b attemleJ to
Tbt Extracti fiom a Report on the Gold
BcfiwO of the Sotb, rtid before the l.yeeam of
NnurJ Hiry in the city of New-Yolu from
tbt pea Mr. VA. lata Cieil Hnfinecr ofthia
ante, aWl be publUhcd, or part, al leatt,
ifi our nest.
V. S. AouV The vti.ton CweM nomlni'ei
jud'a Murfy, of Ofinjje count), ki a auitblt
dila? f-n ihe want et in the U S. Sn
U8. Anl ln ailliti".'!, wilftaka the liberty
to meotioi. thst Mj. Fintry, of Lin
coln count, it lto !tkn cf fur utd appoint
trDt. Vtr hare heretofore esprewd our
ttotibt of the propriety of nnouncinf to iruny
onJiJ;ri bat t!iU the eounw of other papr
on the lbj left u no fcltermtle but to fol-
their ev.r.iplr. Ve know not that it ac
"eoni t'w Uhea of nmt of the fT"en-Bi
!)!. thttr n.mri thould be broucht before the
imbue, in connexion with the appointment of
ienaton b'tt tai they bv been apoae wi m
general eonvemt'um,' ia, perhaps, a mfflcrieiit
warrant for ui barely to mention the fact. WV
. aonot refrain from reiterating our regret, that
tuere ahonld be. apparrntly, o Btt'e unanimity
in the West, on tbii important eubject.
.Vftieal Dtftartmtnt.Ytr iit from my inten
j5TinoaTteiTdTlie truths and ktrtxluee error, 4u
noticing an article which appeared in the faro
'jinian, diTfd Sept.' 5th.' enlace J by" Virgin.
i,ia," itating1 tbe mirtalitf accompanying th
YrevaTTivt; epUemlc, with which "a" particular
M-etion of our county ii afflicted, ita caue, and
treatment but fpr the.iutroduction of IucIk oh
lectiuju witlj regard to ita cauv .( which j the
only point in the piece that I deem objectiona
ble J Yirffmui,-It is hoped, will be ood
enough to elucidate.
Fever," aaya I'i'ji'w'w, in a moit poitie
manner, "ii an accumulation of black matter in
the blood, predueed by too operation of marsh I
cfSuvia." That blood drawn at a particular tae'
of the diarase, exhibit a livid aipeet, i atlmit-
tfftct for the ran. The lunpt, tlie proper or
gan by which the aubstance that gives a dark
appearance to the blood, ia separated from it,
craaeth fur a while to perform its function,
in tbe full vigor of health, by the influence of
the caue of fever) consequently the blood,
which W dependent upon live healthy perform
ance of tuch functions for its colour, will be al
It it further stated, that this effljtia ia "car.
bic arid gat, the identity of which has been
Sahsfictorily esfaWiRedly the iHustnbus J. E.
Cooke, of Transylvania." From a sbmewltat
corsory"ieW or bis writlnga."! cannot discover
that he baa riven any evidence of the fact, ex
f.ept that it alters the colour of the blood, and
weakens tbe a.ction of the heart ; which I con
liderai paramount to no evidence at all. In or
tier to illustrate the subject more clearly, it is
aecc8ary to make a few physiological remark,
witL regard to the change effected ou the
b'ood in the proccas of respiration.
ft UlNVtt IctTo w liid Wl!feetAOTeiJ'
fct,th'at IheTjIood, in its passage through tbe
Ivnga, ia chfngcd from a livid to a scarlet hue
and that this change is caused either by the
:cmbinatj"n of p.ryjfi gut wjth r, which if
termed oxygenation, or by the combination of
the same gas with the carbon which it contains,
n its passage through the lungs, and its conse-Hetrt-espttlfiorr
-rntlie form trf carbonic - acid
gin,hlch la termed decarbonization 5 c; by
the combination of the same gaa, via. xy gen,
with it in the lungs, which, in its course through
'jfe .circul&uoo, fQmbLfteawkhlhebm.wlwftll,
"?n iL-Sain returoav to . tbeae . organa. ,axtd
deearbonizatioii 1 which ahowa that the lunps
r the prooer orrani bv which carbon is sefjar-
v j , - . t
'ed from the blood, and not the liver. From
thwe remarks, it is evident, that if carbojucacid
C was the cause of fever, all that woujd be ne-
ary to exeile the system Into a febrile ac
would be to suspend respiration by thtak.
"T a mbject, or in any other .way carbon
ojffdMhereby acctrai.darc . in tbe bjpod, and
'i.;:;Ju,t-,rrto;U U t!. t,!i T.'.tS 7,,.
runn'i)r, it it k'nunt unnrrrutry to iy, (! ,i
m4 tke 'tic,
Shotild th ar-iments alr.ly a Innct J lis
ftmt? tent to prS that Crhgc V gS U B'H
the tu of ftfr, thry en ba eonArmrJ by
othtt of epul or nijrior mignitude. Miner,
and wtll di;jf n, who are mmi romUt.lly tl
rA to ateioipbere tontaiir.ng an bionfoiste
quantity tf tliji gas, In eonaeqnrnfe of the deep
caverns which Uwir occMpitiona compel them
to work In, arc not more subject to fver thse
ho who live upon the eurfsr of the ttnh.
Blacksmiths, thwr tfalty labor roflitralns them
t form carbonle eci4 gii, by lbs cotnbinatloi
of the oxygen which etUu la the atnvjtpbcre
with Ue Carbon of the coal wl.ichtbey born, ar
not paribilarly subject to fever.., A multitudi.
nious variety of audi facia might be lutwduccd
to pfwve tbe bctriii ttmJti hif1 f-tm
lUuso. .Already -4vaicd,- mply-snfficiet.t. t
afiaM ihr rcfore bring my a'gumenU to xlr 1
a4o -dvig 4 shall advwiioe no tftemyffor
then it might be imagined thai t was endtevoV.'
f '".erect l. edifiti uaii the- fuina U .
otlr. ,. CAROLIMIS.
' CkvUif, Sjt. 28f. I8?9.
JMeoi an4 .1fmmarii...,,..tewnU fmm
Mexico state, that tlif Spaniard had foil po-se
son 01 Tampicoi which wa very sickly, JW of
tbe trnops being down witb the fever. The
Mexicans were at Old rampino, one mile dit
lant undrr Ceo. Haula Ana. fortifying them
ele. Th bpaaish Gen. Barradss, being ab.
sent hi the country, with pan of bis troops, the
Mexicans attacked and cx.k the Old town i hut
on the return of Barradai, it was surrendered,
and the Mclicsna retired.
Un. W!. Humors have reelid thtsei'y,
which we foar are but too well founded, of the
death of the Hon. (i saisi Ifoiets, member el
ect from the Wilmington District and late Uov.
enwr of ibU State. , iui. U.g. fail.
lmfxrtahi f'tt frm irvA. The packet
ship .Vspoleon brings to tbe Naw York editors
Liverpool papers to the J'kb and London to tbe
24th August 1 inclusive. . Tbe wiieliigence fr'nm
tbe teat of war by this arrival is bigbry impor.
tant. It appear that the kuMHau' Gcnrral
Dicbiucb having been reinforced at Aidoa with
tbe corps of 12,0 men which hd been Undrd
at Sicebotl," followed the Turks to the town of
Kirk Killi, twenty French leagues from Coa
tantinople. Here a great battle took place, 111
which tbe Turks were defeated and di'pened,
and tJ!uiu atrpy waileft rnOiout ny ob.
stae'e to Oppose i'S msrth to Constantinople.
Already, according to. sccoimts from Vienna
to tbe llth August, in anticipation of the -1
iratu m mc nrmy 10 ( ons'antinopli',
mai-y of the wealthy inhabitants of that capital
had removed their property, andmatle prepara.
tions for proceeding to Asia. Tbe friends ol
the Janissaries had begun to uliow tliemst Ivrs
at ('oiiMantiimple ami had set fire 10 the tireek
suburb ol I'era Fifteen hundred housei hd
been drrroyed In the canHagration. All ac-
eonnta t'em itiwtem tn hfct. ttiat m cmw.
quence ofaome tlexterou manwivres on the
lKt f the R;itian, and onit. ne(;!igence. per
baps, on the part of the Urand Via,er, afntiis
have taken a favorable turn for the invading
states, on. what it., coruider . the highest
aUthor i t f , -1 h at t he IL S,- bi p - Jfamtt,
Cap't'NorrW; is now. down at Tsmplco or
Vert-Crotf-reedy to x've aiMstanre to
Mr. Poinsett, and to allurd every protec
tion to the citizens of the V. Sutes, and
their fowful comiocrce- It Iso states
that the Gramiut i efTordin active ron
voy from Havana and Matanzas that the
Shark is on a crime on the South side of
Cuba, protecting. our commerce, partjeu.
laTly belcen Cutis Critz and Antobio-
Liverpool date to the 13th uit. inclu
sive have been received at Piston.
The Lord Lieutenant of I relund has is
sued a pffKlarriiition, stating that o party
of Orangemen on their return home, af
ter dining together in the vicinity of Ar
ncybridi;c, were attacked bv an assembly
of Uibanilmen, when one of the Orange
party was piked to death, and six o'heri
wounded, three of whom had died. Me
oflfets a reward of l"00 for lite appichcn
slon of the person concerned in the
: A London paper of the 10th sy r-At
late hour we are favored with intelligence,
by express, from Constantinople, to the
i 7tb ult. It fully confirms our statement
that the Sulun itMantly rejected all over
tures of peace from Russia, and that tbe
offers of mediatiou of the English and
French Ambassadors were also declined.
( . i t art j lo i'S U.a ( !.r,r tl
tli prt a i.f tl, i aMii 't, bi-,!i n i,e !n'ih add
Frrn ! It,rlt. Iht (t mum-in vf It Un It
rj'i.l!y Jrtliiiing in Inuce . V, (J, J,u-nJ.
An arrial from Yu'jtrtui brinra Imt'li
rrnrt, that a llntliin in I'tM 4a4 bren f
frrtH by the party I ieivlly to lWiaf, and that
a plot, involving rtrolution, bad bacn diKv
trd U . Jaro, (ten, Ia Fuenta tartisa
of Dohvsr) witb 1 103 troop, had re vlmirnied
Urn a, taken powemon of the palace nd tattle
Al Albany, N. York, a Udv, 40 years oil, oh
tainad a Verdict of Jf i ktrmhtJ JJUri namagea,
sgaimrt a.ying man of only about 20, (br s breach
of promise of msrrligt t
In Guilford county, on tbe Ifui ult. Mr. W'il.
lisnt C, Hsnkin, ssn who waa rip acted am!
ei!ermrd-. . .. ... ;
.forr,'")nfant -ditigttfer1 if wnWoHriUain," E-j.
of that district, aged 15 months. ,
. i.Attuafeuknoa..of..UatLd JJock, ,Xsri...k
I '!) wo county, on thelitb iaat the Rev. Wsit
Ti. Ablxngtop, itinerant rrcacher of the
MetWU EpUcopal CUurcb, fonweriy tf Henry
cnuntv. Vs. . ,
' In Lincoln county, on the S5tb alt. Mi JW
. it. McUan, wife of Lr. John Mr!-n, and
daughter of iirn. Fphraim Davida-in, of Iredell
county. It U neadlevs to say, that Ilia dispense.
lion hs rast a deep shade of aorrww ever tbe
circle of her relative and friends. In the kJoora
of life with a purity of heart, and unpretcn.
ding mildnesa of character, she meekly moved
in the sphere of her du:y,eateemed and be.
loved most bv those bo knew her beat. If ' 4
conanlatioai for those to whom her virtues bad
endeared bar, and who the more deeply grieve
for her early blight, that tuch a life was s meet
preparation lor death, and a happy immortality.
Departed tbt life, on the 25th of Augurt but,
Jane Catharine Summerow, aged 3 years 11
months and II day-; Again i Mary I Ian lot Sum
mcrow, on tbe 3 lit of the same month, aged 5
year 7 months and 3U dan Agaioi Robeit
Iichael Summerow, ul ruber Vtk, aged 2
year 7 month and 19 day i All childrea of-Mr
Andrew and Charlotte Hummerow. of Iredell
couory-tbe rising nfTtpring of a youthful pair.
An only one is still left in tUtir care i
The Almighty Hoverelgn, w bo gave them breath,
I.) mercy and wiadom ha willed their death;
In tbe morn of life, jnst bad beeo enroli'd.
Vet on the threshold of the eternal world j '
ITiou lireat hupremc' thy wavs are dark and
Mot sure the Judge of all the earth d-ws right.
f.edrtfeiny,fjfi,3 lr ' '
An arrival at Boston from Liverpool,
hrinRS-IjtgUsh. papers v t?$MsCJLH
intelligence from the seat of war shews a
rapid progress of the Hussiart arms.
The. account from Constantinople, Ton
the other hand, do not indicate that spirit
ted on former emergencies. The Qtders
for a levy en mane have produced but
20,000 tuen,.and these only from tbe dis
tricts where there weren sufficient num
of troop to compel the levy.
A letter from Madrid, published in France
iaya that Gen. Vives. Captain (ieoergl of Cuba,
SaHiburf J'rictt, (Mtober 10 Cotton
1 J to 1 j cents corn i5 to .10, beef 3 to 4, but.
ter 8 to 10, flour 3 7i to 4 ptr barrel, wheat 50
to 60, Iriah potatoes 30 to 40, tweet do. J5 to 35.
bniwn sugar 12 to 15, coffee 15 to 22, u!t I.I
to !.2i, homespuu cloth 15 to 25, whiskey 20 to
23, bacon 8 to 10.
FayrffrnMr, Sept. 30......- ...Colton 6 to 7
bacon J to each brandy 55 apple do 40 o 42,
hutw 10 to 15. corn 40 to 55. flaxseed 80, flour
4 to 5J, lard 7i, molaane St a 34, sugar 8 j to 10.
sail 75 to 80, tallow 8, wheat 85 a 90, whikey 4
'. 28 l'- s- bank note 1 a 1 per cent, pre-
lharft( Sept iSilColtua 7 to fl) centa,
7. hiskejx 26 a 27, bcoo 6 to 7, Urn
o a ?, bct kind ol bsgging 20 .to J2, salt to
50, corn 42 a 46, coffee 11 to 15 N. Carolina
bank bills 2 a 2 per cent, discount Georgia, 1 1
I'ttertburg, Fir r. Ocf. I if Cotton 71 to 9i
looacco, mumuog 5 50 to 6, prime 9 to
; AV.M. J. COWAN, Taihr,
Tf r.HI'F.CTftl-Lr informs lb Inh.b.Lnts of
ii m Rowan county and tha rmliUc in gmrra',
mat ii na iakn t !!. p at I on lietvet (
Stnre, If '! (iw, in sn toniity, 13 miles west
o KalisSury Wr Its Intern! csrylng 09 till
T.ULOMXG JMtXESS, .
In alt Its f ariuus branches. , listing insd ar
rangement ttfMittif u receive the Ncw.iork
Sml Fhiladelphia IVhltms, and having himself
worked in tbe mu4 faihlonahle shop in th
tat, b feel a confidents In stating, that bis
tarments will not be excelled, a to syt, fub
in, nd durability of work mstnliip. '
All ord.-r from dislsnrf, slull be promptly
attended to, and I (touted at iHort nKke. .
" iTe'ltopea, by unremitting ittcntiuai to bust.
oris, te merit and receive a sliare ef pubfid tisk
ronage. The mallt favor will re thsakfolly
lMidr-d gsaUfally aak -ow UwbL ..
Jfii Crttwe, ttjwt ei. Vct. 1 TW ' ,1r50e
Cowainlii g of
FTTIIIr! r.t.rr hi j ut r-relrl, (mm Nw"
JJL I of k iid I'liili'ila'plii I'l l ia n.iw i f rung,
at bis, Kora in ('ON(.OHI), a general ort
, O OOPS;
Dry Coo Ut
Pa inlt, is e. Ue, (Je. ;
Hating pjn:lis?d en'irrlv for eaib. and In
lending to aell lor e,k, l e forli awired that
he Caa aril on term which will be mifeiory te
ibwa wnfttnf ItTiorchiif.
1 h Llll.ti BM tj.MM.,Ha t... 1. I I. -fl ...I
tumiae for UktaadrfLl..
Otfher tih. UH. ' 3mttM '
LIST OF MHTBHS, . I
UL.ULM.U ia ibe-Fe-1 UlW4 ftlUUry,
N. CaroHna, tbe 1st day of October, 18,
Wilie P. Almond
Marcus F. Beard
Mom L Urown
Nat baa ChafTin
Jbbn F. Cowan
Armond II. Cole
'A m. ('. I)kr 3
John R. Dutin .
Tito. P. Orveraux
J oi. F.. Uuhbiiu
Ja. or Jack. JJJii .
lohn Fraley '
Jariib fisher or Paul
l'u Hon l.olge
Peter Feawr C
I'raucia Uibaon - -Oaks
ft (iriffm 2
John 1'. Gonikee
James t. lie'e
Wm. A. dowel
Jame K. Hele
Col. J IV. Hunter
Eveline llenderaon 2
William K. Hughe
B.llv I). Iladen
t Celia Hill
i ., ....
Jsmei f. Kerr "
Ann l ock
Matthew II. Locke
John K. Icke
Ale binder Loretx
Jane (i. Miller
Fetcr IL Moury
John W. Moyer
John f. Miller
Jaif M( berry
Henry C, twen
A i Pack
David i(erd . . . .
John Ktrd art
l.dw'd. II. Stephens
tieorge V.--Hprars -
Mary K. Smith
Mai. James Smith
Mr. I. Ward
F.dw'd. V White
Tliurtiki U ninac-
JL taM than ht can cmveaictiU.
. "t lu. kai M1II...1U.J A. ai 1.
uia,,uig lllf UIIUI Ig UaC't, Vl
i'. comtimng 24 acres, lying tu U4
Roub Fmk of the U ik.n rive 7 mile, north of
Ktatrerille, aiih a dwelling hf-ls?, and ) aeres
cleared al in cuHistiun. Ano l.er tract tf
ICO acres, lying on the water of .aid river,
with a dwelling hofinj, barn, and 25 acre in
cultivation. Another trcl of 114 acre, edUn-
ing in ioove, II a.ilci noK of &iatettile, on
the mala road leading from tbracc to W ilkaborw.
AwHher tract of t3a twi, on the water rf
Rocky Creek, unimproved. Another tract, of
I00aer, on the watr of Uk hl Crxtk,
adjoining lands f N. Nortoaj with a bouse,
and 8 or 10 acres in cultivation. Anxber tract
of 80 seres, on the water uf 1 bird Creek. 8 or
10 mile north snt of St.trtnlk-, with a house,
ml about ten acrei In eiltiatirn. And another
tract, of 50 acres, unimproved, on the Houth
Fork of tbe Yadkin river
Frier and payment, will be made aeeommr.
dting, and can be known on application to the
tubacn'ier, at Liberty Hill, Iredell cnun'y, N. C.
or, In Mi abaence, to Jekt Prmitr,
Persjns desirous of. obtaining bargains and srt.
tlina: themclves in s beal'hy country wou!d do
well to call and examine for iherrsMrea. There
are churchca, gritt mills, ne miik aonl ma.
chine and cotton gin, emirenifnt to t"e sbve
land 1 and there re on th?m plen'y i'f gno.
pnre wboleaotie 111111:1 if 6' has
bt-en found on landvs (joining twj -.f th-je trsca,
AB.M.K FtiM vrr.it.
Wheat 95 10 100, ;orn 55 to 60 cents Der bu.beL
,OTro,n.lon,. 1 Robert Ilulcn
Richmond, Oct. 2d Co'ton 8 a 9J, !.eat John Jolimtonor I'etcr Jamrs vVillia
1.25, porn 45, bacon 7 to 71, brandy apple 42 a K rider Thorn Walkef
45, whiskey 26 to 27r v. Ctmpikr. . John Johtu. .. .-. -, Flijalv Vuiinfi :iM
r I ri.,!... V...
. r !.--.- -rt-iA. 1. a ., I liomai . rfiiina
to '5 out of the wagon,' thaf Troro Camden
mill 6 to 7 s wheat ft I, corn SO to 5Q,oati 33,
salt 65, whiskey 23 to 35, bacon 7 to 8.
Mi-fsArr I.e. 18:3.
HS just rreeivi-d, an-1 oncnr.l at his ftoro
in Saliibuiy, tjrb-e and bandsome a'S-jrt
Spring flirt Summn GOODS ;
Also, t.rnccrii-s, Hard war , Cutlery, Fluted Wa'e,
Hats, and Hattcm' Trimming, Cro-k.
ery, a gond iriiimnie 4" g
Cloths, Shora, 'io,,''e,njrri.
ev y aniue usuauy tj'-i rr
asacd tor in stores.
His stork of goods has been pnr hs vl entire,
ly for raiA ; bimI lie is delernnnn! to r-t tltm
I as low t can be hail in I lit! Iilafr Irir rtk. utln
punctual cumomt rs on a snnn crruit. 1 ie pun.
lie are respectfully invited lb Call, examine, and
jutige tor tnemseives.
. Saliiiwy, June 3d, 9?9, 70
A. TU1UVK.VCK .& Co.
1 rlWK removed to the north corner of the
uJ Ct.urt.Hotisr the St ire attached to the
Mansion Hotel 1 where they ar dispoa,. J fo self
GOODS very tow.
S.WlfKL RKF.VKH, ..
Xem-Ytrk, Sept. 29 Cotton 8J to lOf flour
6.87 to 7, cotton brfkryme nisde of btnin 19
I.. 71 u.l,..l 1 ".7 l. I L. ....'. I 1
er 20 to 25, hemlock do. 18 to 2J, liums 9 to 10, ( John Andrew
salt 42to j0, apple biandy 36 to 40, whi.-kty ?1J ' Laiiso,, II. Alexander
to 22, leaf tobacco 3 to 5, yellow beeswax 23 to ! John C. Bandirart
24 ..... ... North-Carolitja hank billa J to jeriJames 11. Burns
cent discount, Smith Carolina 1 to 1J, Georgia) Matlias Buninger
2 toJ, Virginia I per cent. do. j John Uarnheart
6.50 to g7, wheat 1.00 a Rl, harnn 5 to 6, l, 60 c,h"r,"e Bfpo"n 3
to 100, peach brandy 75, api-le do. 40 a 45, whis- . "?drd
key.15. John L; Bamnger
Wilmington, S,pt. 10....Cotton 7 p 8, flsx 10 3 Craiioft.
to 13, flour 6.50 to 7.00, corn 60 10 60, r lieese 7 f;e0e ciine
to 8, apple brandy 33 to 35, taiiow 8 to 9. , "m Andrew Cur-
Lynchburg, I'irg. Oct. l Tobacco 4 to 9,: 'ne
Flour 4.37 t.. 4 50, wheat 75, hi-kcy 23 to i4, E'iJu B- !)vU 2
Bacon 7i to 8. Tohac n, duU file. Wheat has Andrew Davis 2
risen a little, and sell readily at 75. J,,," l)rv
CefaRfcTx, 5 C. Oct. 1 Cotton 8 a 10, ! Jnac"b ,fot
flour 5 fo 6,- whiskey 25 16 30, b'acbfi to lOrr i - p!"!!.
f wheat 87 to. 100, com.57-U.6Q, salt K. l' """' ...JZ
Philadelphia, Oct. 1. Cotton 9 to 10, Flour iu. Garmon 2
4.62 to :, Wheat 1, corn 44 to 52, bUck eyed :-nTa Care
reas u 10 ju, ' irginia iiams o 10 y.
LIST OF M.TTKHS
F.M.MMNti in the Fit Office st Concord'
N. Carolina, un the Ut of October, 1W9
Joseph R Mckinley
-CluiMoyhcMelchar3 j . Alsiy
tfcuhvitte,. Ten. Sept. 26..........Cotton 7 a 8,
flouTJT 15 taTd 6 Tff 7rwhi.ker2Jld37Tratt5 "
N. Carolina bank bills 10 per cent. dis.
Baltimore, Oct. 1 Flour $6$ a 7, Cotton
10 to 1 1, whikey 24 to 25, bacon 9 to 1 1 ,
- Jtttton, Sept. ?6..'....:..;Ccrtton to 10.flar 9
a II, flour 7 to 7-124, corn 50 a 51, cheese 3
S, tallow a 8J. . ,
Cincinnati, 0Ai', Sept. ' j5..,i..Cottoii 15 j, fea
thers 23 cents, flaxseed 37 to 40, flour 5.75 to
Bamw kiiav ucu ?-- 'jimiii vawsiv 1 s w uuuat i i, tf A i u gtn I t. r v et
energetic remonstrance against the project or W no. r, wrosaer vt t" 1 .-
inf auine. tMeiicu,-10 w uicj) njcujcpreaciiia par- ' t
ni-aiiiuij AlexiCo,- in hicl he, jepresentl
radavfthe commaodeTxrf thwpreseirt rxped it ion;
as a dangerous man, whom he had several times
been, under the necessity of expelling from Ha
t w roas;, axfT. 2C.
Cot ten. Tbe sales amount to 12j0 bales; of
which about 900 wee Upland, consisting of mid
dling atal 1 8jc fair quality at 8 j a 9c, good
at 9 J a 10c, aud prime at 10 a 10 je t about 250
aL9 a lOjc : a parcel of .New Orlean at 10jc,
and aboet 100 5 3ic lb. fxnert, 2644 bjle.
0oi Mine for Sale.
THE subscriber has a 0'old Mine, in the coun
ty of Cabarrus, wbicb promisee, a he be
lieve, better than any other mine in the court
try t Which he ia disposed to sell, on the most
accommodating terms. Persons, or companies.
desirous of making a fortune at tbe business,
would dp well to apply soon (0 the subscriber,
at Concord; Cabarvus county, N. C.
JOSIAH W, WKDDINGTON.
OrttbfS'h, 1829. " 1
Capt. Sam'l. V. Harris
Miss Sarsh Harria
William A. Johnston -
A. C. MiHee
Bfljmford S. McRinxie
Ilobert T. t'lunkct
John N. I'hirer
M1-1 Mary Park
5etli Rodger 3
John Krmlleinan 2
IkcrHary of Stoke
An liibald Smith
Itt-v. John W ilton, D. I).
7 Capt. Jame Whit
AT Augtt term of Rowan county court, 1829,
the liubscrioer obtained letter-of Admin
iat ration on the Estate of Robert Penry, dee'd.
All perwns indebtrd to said isiste, are reucs.
ted to make payment without delay 1 and all
thote having demands against the same, are re
quested to bring them forward, legally authen
ticated, for settlement, within the lime prescri
bed by law, or this notice w ill be pled, in bar el
their recovery. . .NBK?S0N, .Urtr.
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Greul Bargains !
TTHF. subiotiher's intention being to rem
to (lie Wcit, if pomible in the spring, i.i
Ir-rs the following Property lir sale, upon ft
s'jnshle errrir', namely
-rfcSV .1.10 acres of lnd, i-ig in tho
ff-Forks of the Yadkin, nin ii '. s from
V'Hitf ''ali .Miry, adjoining Frn'-VK Ford,
JP Zachiriah MacAtee f,l 'drs, on
wlnrh are some improve mrnisi and
a for health, stippi.ncd to be tqual to any I'laif
tation in the county.
tuL.lvinjr on Crana
Creek, three quartets of a mile from town, ad-
joini'ig John I tzmsn, I homas Mull, and othrrs.
on WTich there are ten or twelve seres Yieauw
Ground, of Aral quality.
. I C -..iis I ft a-
.mso anumoeroi anu in nnre, tor aaie
at his store in Salisbury.
Also, s new svl complete Slick f'I'i and liar.
nets, tor an a men, gooa notes 01 nanu, or ne
gro projir rty, will be received in payment.
In exchange I"', or in payment t, me an ive
property, notes of hand on solvent persons, op
r.egro property will be received.
I bOSB WUO WISO 10 ouy, wouiu ho wen iu ai
ply toon. . EDWARD CHUSS.
satttinw, vttif. m; tjvt- o
N II. the remaiuimr Vick of tlQtiDS on
hand iti Concord; Comprising g.id a.jrrmerit.
belonainir to the aubscrilwr, will ba solrt tr on
low ttnni rxl payments made easy to the pur-
chaser, if the whole tjek eould be ii;Med a
ooe r l''. E. C.
ZV),0V) atrca of LaV.VD
discoveries, within 4he Gold ('tint
siasBia. of North-Carolina. This tract was
I VINO. in tbe countv of Surryj .
J and, si is believed from recent
irranteU bv the State, in the year I795i consista
I I rt ftmitlf.tif ill, snitnaw- nr')niiun-w tftan nount,.
, ..., aii-',i. i.i : i . ' ; ... -. i -
fii n in p 1. wi" f Trpimtntr Tiritii-''is wrwr-
River. It 1 mterseeted m fifteen or twenty
miles by Mitchell's river, affording an abundant
supply of watcr pnvyer at all seamns, and many
sitei ctmvenient'for the application dffhit pow
er to the purposes of Machinery. Gtdht late
ly been found in the neighborhood of this land,
but its mineral treasures are in a great measure)
unexplored. Fersons desirous to purchase, are,
reforred the Editor for more particular lnfpr
tr.a'.ion, with whom tho plat of thi land U d
Mn4Jfiim, 7i -