s . t - . i
I I , -
S Al 1 3 Ii U U Yy UP WAN CO UfjTY, N, C.....yl UKSI) AY, NOV IIMi: VAX s, ic;d.
0,, it. '
' . .... iA HMialMB I Lkkkuri , .- . -..i J
J.V.i. .r '( Mi, cr l M ' 4W
' : " ... .. . ..hi wl 4 k. iimlimull
I I 44
rncsii, rAsiixoTAbiij!, xtd
-r- 4- :riiAW ojnTn at the Wbkribert Store in
Salisbury t ctiiiting of f
if !mot every description, suited to aJIsei'ons
of the t r. Also,
I Hardware and Cullcrif,
txtnre in variety and amount.
fctli 1 i Ja .l.r.1 Kv ti'imartf with rare, and
bought for cash on the let terms, in Phjll.
ami N w.York. Tie paal'ic uro amrd
they will find i Ure and full aupply, a id lower
'.,r cult than uiual, or olliervit n accommo
dulajf tenna. Tbey ara ri-tjH.ctfvlly invited to
c!l, ire fnihiona, csamino (uaUtiea. hear ; price
and juJtfC for themif !ve.
J. M. re apectiullv beja to return itia unfeii-e-1
ihankt fr the very liberal urvl distingiiihed
hlronc be baa bven 10 bghy honoured with
by a diiccrttioif public, anl lurytt, bt a diligent
tifiiiim. to merit a routinuance of the aaineJ
;, . 1
r - a:
' A CARB. .
A. .TOB.UK.NCE & C.
njlvE remoted 6 tht Bortb corner of the
uU Court-IIouHo tle Store attar hed to tbo
Mts!on JtutH f here thry are dbpoaed to leit
' SuUthutj, Srpitmler IfiA, 1879, T " 85
npUK ubadriber ha Jtiat rtctWed, from Kew
4L York and PhikJelplna, and it now opeoinj ,
t.Wv Store. itt-l)tDUD, a f eoerai -aaton.
ConitW of" "m"' . , ,
J llard , IVare,
I larinjf purchaaed entirely for cub, and. In.
teixlinf to tell for enii, .be ftt aaured that
lie can sell on terms which will be aatiafactory te
Iboik! wiahing to purchttie" ;
Tlir public are mpectfuHy invited to call ind
examine fur themaelrca. . .
, Octohrr .1 A, 1839. 3mtJ0O
,...... -.-' - -
HAS j it irceivetl, and opened at hi Store
in 5ailbuy.i a large and landaome surx.
meiii of ' v
Spritis and Sumner GOODS ;
"AT,(.rc7riea, I lard ware, Cu'tlcryTTISted Ware,
Hats, and Hatters' Trimming, Crock.
a cd awortment 01 iMmmg
k Cloth. Shoes Bonnets,
'ami vry rtic!e -usually -SS
anted for in a:ores. .
His I'uck of guaJi la been purchased entire
ly fop coih 1 and determined to sell thcrfi
ti low a can be had in the place, for eath, or to
r ur.crual customers en a abort credit. JT)it pub
Tic re repefuHyjnvit apd
for themseKes'A" " '."T. , ' V ,.
wA of the most valuable plant.
J' tions in the upper country. It
VJ ties ii the cointy.l Cabarms, in the
lork of - Rockv rirer and Coddle
, r"L Creek, containing, aboui fife huh
di-ad and seventy acres of lamLI'bC;qu'aiiU of
lite Uv,! is first 1 ate. tba toil deep, the suruce
rJrL-'Xhera is about two huoAlre.atr cJcti?.
- en, tno7 iresh 1 anew, convenient ana elelfaflt
V-ld'cUinp.hMise,' which coat nfrly four
CIJ4J thousand dollars, and other - building
suitable ton. The payments for this
property enn be made easy. Applications as to
terms of sale, can be made to It. II. Alexander,
io my absence. .
' 7 - W.l. J. ALEXANDER,
" 1 1 1 1 1 1 '
Great Bargains !
1 B1SIE gub3ci1bef's intention being to. 'remove
Ji to the VVtst, if possible in the springofi
rs Vtr Irmnng lpanjpjIaTcX upoB rca
oju ttrnv?, namely 1 J; . ' ...
- J.W icres of rviNrTviiiFTnTrie
r'o ks of tbe Yadkin, nine miles from
Misbtiry, adjoioing Frtd'ck. ford,
" f( Zachariiill WcAlei and nlhen. on
which arc some improvements t and
for h"a!h, opposed to be equal to any" Plan-
nsi, i) or ju acres juma, lying on urane
reck, three qiartr of a mile from town,' d.
.'.oihinj; Ji,hn Uimun, Thomas Mull, and others,
... saatticfc there re:ten jortwelwaer cr Meadow
-ATTTmsuriTrst quality. Y ,
Also a dumber of StUlt and Tin War for sale
.1 k: . 1 . 1 .
unsTore in allsou.'y. j v- f
IfM.. For all which, good notes of band, or.ne-
F property, will be received jn payment ;-jf
hi exchange for, or in payment of, .the abof e
rapcrty4, notoa of fiandon soJv6n.t:pcrsouvor
Tlnwa who wish to buy,' wo.ild do well to ap.
..JK'jf : . ;- --.tuwARD LK ESSr"
.cEpnan ixiio wit
IS notf receiving from New York and Phila
delphia, a choce and bamlsome atsortment
of DRY GOODS,
Paints, Dye Stuffs,
. - - Groceries, fcfa. : '
nluchVere bought at redured prices, and will
b sold at a small profit, for taK, or on time to
punctual ikalers. Among the Groceries are
TeneriJIUne.OlS Muscatel! ditto.
Port ditto, Malaga ditto, Genuite
Old Holland (Jin, old Cognac
4 Brandy, Jamaica and New F.ng.
-land ffif7"to?ethtr irhTeverv
article usually found in a Store in this lection of
.Ferons wishing to purchase, will please call,
and examine the above Goods. -&ilu4iyf
.Vi. 28fA, 1829.'. erotmT
Chcruw, S.i & Sent.1 4 9 1829.
IE subscriber will con
tinue the Boatuut Jtih
tiiutt between this place
and Charles on. via Ceorce-
town, as heretofore i and will attend to the tt
ception of MtrthxwHte, ami transportation-of
Ccffon, and other produce committed to his
charge. . His Bat$ are of a light draft of water,
and particularly adapted to the navigation of the
riveru and. with the assurance of the strictect
attention, to his charge, fie hope for a.contint;-
aoce 01 me patronage 01 nu incnaa. ... .. . .
Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Rag
ging, Uslc Rope, Twine, &c. 5
which he offeisat wholesale or re-
6t9l - JOS. II. TOWNKS.
' ' . FOR SALE,
m "B" YING in fiie- county of Surry,
a xLA and, as is believed from recent
VI discoveries, within the Cold Region
grated by the State, in the year 1795 1 consists
of one nmrtnuonrsarveyrajoininjf the bounty
line of rWilkes, and extending from the Blue
RiIge to .within three mile of the Mai Yadkin
River. tIt ia intersectcd,for fifteen or twenty
miles by Mitchell's river, eflosdimj an abundant
stipply of, water-power at all Seasons, and many
sites corivenientfor the application of this pow
er td tbe purposes of 1Vlachiiiry.', ' f?oWhfs late
ly been, found in (be neighborhood of this land,
but, its miifcral treasures are in a great measure
aaeaploredrersoiwi desirwtrto purchsseivfcre
referred to the Editor for more particular infor
niation, with whom the plat of this land is de-twft.tedr1-.1
1 " 'r .-ffr-7Tr ' "' "
Younz Merit MissiSiiary Society.
-The ' YowjlUjtt Miiklooarf Bode
r Itblo the bounds of ihti Fretbytir; of
L'oncordV?- heH thctf lUid ar.au.1 met
ting at Cettral Chqrcbrlredcll, on the
32nd of Aotisv 1 8?t.-"'AccbtdIr g (o"$y
pointmcnt, tht annual AdJren was deliv
ered by tba Ren SttfJicn. JrontU $ after
wHttitollecttoii wit titen-np, or T7
dollars. . , , '
ThiTrf iiyeriuhxx.kte report ,
which, wss read, and. accepted. The
Cpird of Drredor$" tTiide1hetr first writ
tea .annual .report i bich--ws accepted;
and ordered to be published .
Io view of (he number of vacant Cturch
est Iheir lipRuishing condition ; the
wants and' destitute condition of ac ex
tenaive region within the bouodsof tbe
Presbytery of Concord I end the greet
importance of the Missionary enterprise,
the Societjremered Into the .following
Re ablution Tvla 1
Retoived, that this Society raise, the
present year, for the support of Mission
aries, the sun of one thousand dollar $.
Resolved, tbst the Board of Directors
adopt the troys and mean to carry into
e fTtct the above resolution.
Addresses were delivered on tbe occa
sion, by the Rev. Mr. J. D. Kilpatrick,
T. Espy, J. J. Kilpatrick, U. N. Pbarr, L.
Ret. Thomas Espy, (with Rev. Josiah
J. Kilpatrick for his alternate) was ap
pointed to deliver the next anniversary
Resolved, that the next annual meeting
of the Society he held in Salisbury, on the
Thursday before tbe 3d Sabbath in Au
gust. WtJO, - -
The following are the office ra and
members of the Board of Directors for
the present year, via:
Mr. Rufua .11. Kilpatrick, President
Rev. Lesnder A. W.tts, 1st Vice Presi
dent ; Rer. Thomas Espy, 2d Do.; Mr.
Julius J. Reeves, Treasurer ; Rev. 'Henry
N. Phsrr, Secretary , with .Messrs. Archi
bald Bell, Jirhl Cdwan, Milus Davidson,
Robert Hill, Findlt McCorklc, Rob
ert McNeely, William McNeeli, Hugh
Parkes, John Steel, and Hugh T. Stewart,
Board of Directors. r
- Resolved, that Rer. Mr. tsp , and our'
necrexiry, o-a committee to prepare and
i jrward, for publication, an account of this
meetihfjof the Society, with the annual
report of the Board of Directors. '
HENRY N. PHARR, ) . r
THOMAS ESPY, om
N. B. All the local acrents are reques'
tetl to meet, the Board of Directors, at
B.ck Creek Church, on the Friday before
the 4th sabbath ot NoTembet,' at 1 2." 31.
. U: N.-PHARRrSrt'y of the Board.
Report of the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors of the Young
Men s, Missionary Society, in lav we be
fore the Society their first written annual
report, look back upon their small begin
nines with interest, and upon their pre
sent Operations and prospects with some
satisfaction, and much gratitude. That
jheLordtas smiled upb.e existence
and added a blessing to the efforts o
Societyr your-Board have"TOTnyfaCTr"is
proof, to wbicb your attention will' be
called in the bodr of this renort.
Since your Board has not at any former
tlnje presented a written report to the
with which the Society h rrrsrde J, loth
among the' churches and in the wilJcr
ness. . . ;
Br the e.r r. .cf tla fluents." funds
eoough were collected' to wirrant the
IJoard WJifrpblxiTi Jlissionsry. Several
inefJectual efTorts werejmade to procure
one .That the. money'alreadf ioltected
might brof somravill to ihe Society rthe
Board took the liberty of loanine It out at
lQterest,.tilK Jlissionsry could 'be ob9
.Thlscioief the account of the 'pfocce''
dingaof 1heB(rsrtl during-the Crsf "fear7
As it appears on paper, but little has bren
done ; but In fact much has becn.'done
towards effecting the (rest object of the
Society. The minds of chri.tians had
hitherto been but'litile excited 6n !be
subject ol missions. Tbst habit of cold
indifference towards the wants of tbe des
titute which says ' be. ye warmed and be
ye clothed,' had lobe encountered and
overcome; and an interest in tbe mis
sionary enterprise excited among those
who have always been satisfied wheo tbey
have paid their penny to their paifor.
Doubt; feart, ofifioition, and, that chilling
it'difJ. rt nee which frces up the tender
.. . .. . ... . ,. ...
spunks o ne naotooe contenucu wnn
and overc ; and uwng asn had to be
brought into united benevolent action. W
rejoice, in having it inour power to say,
hat all these subjects have ia some good
Icgree, been effected. ' '' t "
The :nformtion rommunlcsted to the
BoarJ l y the report oT the Itinerao.
Apei t ktermiued the Board Jo send a
Missinti.trr to Ashvlkie. Swaosno,, and
Rhcims Creek, three churches con tie-u
rns trrrrth' Other 'If. thi' to'titlf'of "Uun:
combe. But before a Missionary could
be h. d, these vacancies were' supplied
without the aid -of the Society.- 7- - ?-s'
: It.wss not unt'U the month' of April
1 82f7 that the Board succeeded in obtain
ing a Missionary. The services jDf Ir.
Thomas Espv were obtained for 6 months
o-i ..1 ri in -.r
Burke, lie commenced his labours On
the first M May; 1828.;- rTXIT
Thr cy pcsiodDf his arrival on the
field of. hbf.ur is marked." with interest.
Rev. Mrsra Krr tnd SHliman harJbecD
i-vieet rid orgawe t- new-church in
Burke .Cuunty. la be"r Called L Siloanw
These Brethren were engaged", this
t'.u y wicn our Missionary arrived. 'The
organizj:bn of a new chursh in that re
gion, constant preaching for three or four
days; inc. administration of the Lotd'i
Suppt f on ground frr.tbe- first time con
seemed bythe exhibi:nn cu the acra;
mental hosrpand ''4bVpeVenxe"tBiU
fiionryv with thr promise tf having foe a
time, and perhaps permanently. the gos
pel statedly, all tbe; gsVe. an lmputse to
public feeling, which is still alive, and
gaining, and crca'ed sn Interest in the
subject of religion which would have re
quired much labour from aVingleC mis
sionary to produce. ; Mr. Espy took meat
sure immediately ; and aftersome time
and with" labour succeeded lu organizing
a Sabbath School of 40 scholars, aad a
Bible class of 20 members, composed of
Jldjid yoiutig.,' This Church was organ
ized with 20 members anu 4 aiders.? i
rnv n.bers u ere added at the first commu-,
nifp. s "
Durinfr the .month cf May, Mr. E., corn--rr
need labouring at Drusilla. - Tbis
ll 1 F. fln Jirsigned qualified at August sessions
f lie,t wilt ofPah-l. Food f Alt -peYaOrtf in
Med to said estate, are; requested to malte
vment j ami all persons having demands
temt the same, arc requested to present them
""settlement, or this notice will be' pleaded in
ir r ? voori, )
1 hus. wood, s : .
Driving to JFayeilceiUci
. V1LI- fi'"1 'A to e' advantage, to stop at
-v the Wa&n" turd, tvt every eon
cnce , provided fOT Man arvJ Horse, to make
m comfortable, at the moderate cliarge of 25
vtf ,lllay a"J,nlS for tbsjsrivilegl of. the
A?" f W'f1' water, and
',:f,-er. Attach n K vij.i;.. . .'
-nd d. "c iruyre a urocery
: iL'JTT Bread S d Confee-
. una a tiouse tor nonrdM unA I ivt
--'i nnq a House for Boarders ar
LIST OF LETTERS
KEMAlMNGinihe Fost Office atbtatesvil! e
r-Tr.Xaroliha,! the 1st day of October, 1829.
William J. AlexandercJLewi Xinetaugh 1
JamesTAlexander -r Sec'y. Mt." Mpriah Lodtje
N. W. Alexander ' John Milfer '
.WjUinm Boilcs - Robt. McKay : - r
James Crew , James McKenzie
tlrl Fitzgerald!S:t Siim. McFarland :.:
Wilie Gaither ? IE. J, Osborne ' ;
Henrv Hicks $ '
Henry C Kerns
Alex. Long .,
James Sumtet1 '
Jas. Smith ,
Michael Snipes '
' Astin W. Shince ;
' flficbard Sparks
; Thomas Snider
- Jon Woolever.
' W. KERR, P. M.
THE! subscriber ha aGod Mine, in the coun
tv of Cabarrus, which promises, as hie be
lieves, better than any other mine in the coun
try Vbich he ia disposed tb sell, on the most
Society, we consider it proper now to eive I pi ice, had been destitute of preaching (bp
you aa corrected $ narrative; and as spe- iftye?.rriJTke..jou?exwa3,iniji de
cific a stateruent of the operations of the i ciythe Elders wjercd
acattjere--and at abest communion
season hut 7 persons coutu oe jouno wno
were me mbers of the churehr Mr.- Espy
Missionary Society; was formed. at Thirdjsuccecded here in forming a abbath50 ,h necsu
jCreeltiurcJibeS8V tfTeFIo 1
and - Board -of - Direeforf "sine
their organisation) es the f.cifficumes of
the case j ill .pe.r.mJtT.heltoung.JI.ea'a
1825. a &onttitution was adopted, officer
were chosen;. a Boaid of Directors" ap
pointed, w& agentt for the Society fn all
the coiigfegaticrns1 in The bounds bribe
then Uoncord f resbvterv. -4
. , ; ' J ' , . ... j , j
.1 These local- agents aoott scted wrtfl
some cfiiciency in obtaining funds.' The
cuiisvuuuon.pro.viaeu iur ine appoiatmeat
H, Kilpatrick was sppointed tohijmj
portant agency whh iifec
the churches and present the object and
claims of the infant society tqthc patron
age of the friends of the Redeemer ; to
cxtue a : missionary spiru ana 10 collect
funds also, to visit that region in which
.1.. c-!.-: .. . .. .. . :;. .
the oociery propose 10 carry on its opera
tions i to. obtain mforniation, respecting
the- number? ndc6nditi6nTof vacant
churches and destitute neighbourhoods
in wbicb missionaries might be placed
to give information irijhosejregiohs of
the existence and object of the Society j
to stir up a missionary spirit and collect
funds. ;y .'c-
Oti the l?th of May 182 thegent re
.......uumiiK icriua.. riwM w vumfianics, i uuncu mo luiuimcnt ot his appointment.itne' ooara ;oi naifun w huiiomu -ttv-a 1
destrbus of makinrj a fortune at -the business.! Taia . f-.'--. tuu -i '.u. l tn ti..tr nA n ih r'n'rnmiirat Imrr h 1 WOPtJ - 1
woulddo well to apply soon to he subscriber, R&rrlf U ln.A -L- W liiJ..;. .-.5. nnnrctinled. Theei-vice.tmM.tL
at voncoru, p AJtL:3h) tlirXSZ sats, 1
His tirnelhas pot )
expect a report fr?
for which he m r '
Tp close this r'
which thVtimitr nfi
init u to detsif, st; '
drhce tHnt the r r
beerj'wuh, find hit
prospered our atjen
liis aid lorrrtlhing h
slftllerlin us, ,
.; J operations 1j
tut Ion has somsthin'
much for the ad vine,
a wt .
mar's Kingdom an
.1. All that we ha
tflfnmfnfm,nt nf tx
tniint dp. J1 (
J MVM.Y-N, PIIAJ
. ' , J ' ' -', , , U
'X n VaoM ras rt.
Thi folloAing leitr!
to' Judge Mttiwsring
furnished' by the at
We take' great pleasu
10 tne 1 aiuaium, as v
plef advanced' by th
accordarte with the t
ism. The liberallt 1
ly creditable to the au
cover' lo the people t
rtfitm has more 1 isio
in it, even ' In the esti
whom U has been ma
.' " iRBlASirOL
wsjt Jbe.fort the Uu.br
formation) of myTemovl
ol Krgtater, and .cf - tb
Arthur Sp Clairr Esq.
Apart J from tbe cbastis
removal Indicates! IJcori
cause I hrtve been in ofii J
saUsiy any man not over
ous. ,7 Uesruesi my deaf
when -we wtre associate
formation tf odr, const
firm stand trcainsuhe do
ments : daring good be
then a young" rAin,' vritho
are-eoiiceroed," he "noi
niindon tbat subject.' Hut I
appointrffenu "are fimhed.
lion, that incumbent ciiir
ted to serve out the time
1. Sw . s : . . 1
vua in ai expectation, and.
rangeraents ac,cofdinglyV t
taxation iri tlutv should m'
vaTineceVsary; TToniy c
to inform yout bat no. den
ia alleged. " -' :d '
I have land, and will go
age , of forty, with a corf
hardy by much labor in d
vored with heal'h, I can s
at defiance. Besides my
ing as I hey cfo'the'. hardy
the Uermari with the ma
the Irish, can be employed
uianes. a nereiore, rcyor
lost us forcer -
I hit?hin 'ttift1f!
with the VvVining ebrriplsiil
have been removed from
opinions Were!, not v worth
why ever entertairitherb
Ihat removals may operate
hardship on ' some) but the
not be without its benefici
tesfii Every '?cltnvsboul
than that or a public etli
no See the necelsity of 9:
her, h'ot tp feel a siftglep
count ana so soon as. m
rives, and vr e settle.tW con
fice, I will trome and see h
n in wiin miir.n winprr vnn
rr xV"-Y ' ROUnUT
of .'20 ' :ftmbers, oid ana votine.' ne
preac'H'jd'frt;ni twice to six tiroes a week,
attended xtgubrly 10 fmily Visitation
distnbulipg -Tracts, &c:- At the end of
sx.moo,"hs his com mission renewed
for sit monibs lonKirrTbr whole year
eaie4CiKaiiuiruvuuu .lutauuMiuii v'nv
Sslvitt 5-hnrtllv'iKVf"ni rfrnrrt hnllieLi.fn
w.J.9' ip wluvwi- f ivukui, t ; Jbft"r '.
amount of 8000 pages!. 'The Sacrament
of the Lord s Supper was. administered
twice ,t 'each 1 place durmg the jearV 17
were hopefully; added to the church of
Siloam : these, with 14 added to the 2.5,
r with which the church was organized.
leaves that church at thejnfjhejrst
year of its xistence with S 0 members ;
fjourishing sabbath School and B. CJass
At Drusilla 19 persons,, of hopeful piety
were added to' the communion; of . that
church 'these L with6. membera compo
sing the church at the commencement of
toe year leaves u resusuucu.ni t wuu
a s. bohool and p: VN iH tne viewjoi
vaia tried to silence him
urn him put. Jackaentr
might stay loncLenough t;
I won't take y our bid,Vsa"
eer. Yoii wUN said: Jack
you adic l ; ,v - '
, A public house m the vl
oistoo, jn Yorkshirej ha'f
sisttntr of oortraitsi at ful.
in full vcosttime, of four I
as foUowsVa king, a -sol
son and a farmer and I
y'clept " The rTour Alls'
tne flteHitns ot his; maic.
govern;; all tl
pray for all jM and,
h?sth;;i pay fdraj