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ritiier (o n the fsiie,U become en
engine f avarice an tnt'diion. ,
So long then, m the LtKUIrurt hll
ghoote to delegate to any set fcf Individu
al! 'he p'. the lmKirf irou.of fnp
plying the Suit !D furrn:ri sub
eit'u'e f'r the pecimit meulii It should
iiva- ample aerurliy I hat h at!-f he no!
Hitvcri out of the Suit by them, and that
ih puMic lote nothing- either; by
Ihfir luprnvl lence or fraud. Thii prin
ts p!e tcn recommended one of the
jnO distinguished tfttismen of the pre
- df nl I recocniie d by the Le,r.U
htun of tniightr uc 4 State, at the pro
" "birbwl f t hanhlnir oprn'loni
' top flJTetel fit otir tten ATrpoti,
boever, la brought by that) S. choonr
- jporpoiKorfollrf from tht Medrer
tinetn. (having left Gibraltar 3d October)
(Hit the Ruttlant hid reached the walls
C7" An 'impjMant report' St pubtUh
fj in some oi 'he papers of the Bdtiih
ml Ficnch fleets having taken p-etsion
of lhe fori o bc Dtrdinetlt, and pitied
through Into lhe Hi k sa. It it Haed
In tbe New Yoik American, that the re
port it nut eoiltled tetany credit..
' ,Vctt Jetty. Peir r I) Vroom his been
elee'ecl, by the Ltgiilatue of New Jar
ftji Governor of :hal Sute, in room of
furrr" D- Wail, who declined accepting
. MJieofote. ,
SifPniit taw. A ri'rrin the EfUtltetli
ipjty StaW eomp'ai we "think verr-fr
tonably mo) of an ptci) at tjie laat (feaion
of tbe IfiJadf comm. ml y called tb" fry
jM a by which creditor may bt kept otit
of bia just due, mikte at-.iuAi, or even fAirfj.
Af tMifis by an iul't i;i atrator or executor of
dcaewl dnlUtrad.aUa oil ihe member
from 'hat county, if they value. the interest of
their constituents, rhat they ne tin ir exertion
V procure a repeal of " this shameful la,'' Itc.
Genera) Eihranl H. JhuOey ba been elected
to CofTt from the Wiln.inon diatrict, to
tapply the wine) ctuaed b h deceits of
(Jen- Gabriel Holme Thrre w no' opnol.
tian to Dudley i- tb aUctio took place on
.the lOtb inat.
CiitnnrL At a wwetinj; of the citizeat
f Crterett county, on th ?9th uh. it a rtxul.
Ted to ak from the LepiWaturc an act of incor
poration for a company, to connect tbe later
' cf Xtuti rltef wlthttie fafbM'tr BeioforT.jr
41 iliip Channel ; and. that an appropriatHH b
aad from the Genenl Ooemmt, to. effect
the wof k, in cnnfideralion of ita being of na.
.Lui:al utility, &c.
Jlnrthcr Firt occur-ed in Aojtjtta, Gen. on
be 5ih init- Sia or t- ven buitJinjji were le
jtro)td on nurth ide of II ma J atrett, a few
door hjjwfampbelt eree- I-aWMaa4edl
at tent or tTiirt thotlaand JoTlurs.
Court of ImficQChment. The Senate of
0iis atate hat betn organijrd itro a court
rf impeachment, Newton Cannon, H-q
Presitientj n(J Benj. Keynoldi Serjeant
at Arms, for Ne trial of Na'htnkl W.
Villitrns one of the juRes of the cirrnit
courts of tbia atate, and arm Us of im
peachment have been prepared, adopted,
and preaented by tha houte of rcpen
ttivci. The charges and spe ification
are drtwn out at conti3rble len'va and
with technical minuteness and precision.
Thry substantially accuse trje jud-e of
cjulpable neglect of official duty in sleep
h)K at different limes on the bench during
tbe arguing of causes being influenced
bv prejudice and partiality in his judicial
derisions, and especially of improper con
duct in relation to the private examina
tion of Mrs Taul, respecting her signa
Uwa-Jo -44 fW 4ho-cooey anee--of a
.lot of land in JNMhvile.The respondent
''Kisasketi'fpr, indulgence till he can pre ;
pare hia answer, and it is tuppotci that
the tummoning of witnesses and collect
Ing testimony will occupy a considerable
timet so that (be trial will not probably
.Commence for some weeka yet to comet
AaA. Banner, St. nit.
Prrjerrid Crtditort By a recent act
6f this i'Vw T6rlmLeigalaVurl7H"ltlTiof
be larwfutrirT tht iVM after the first day;
" of January ' ensuing, for any insolvent
debtor, under the two third" insolvent
. wIRUlOr give preference 4-edorseii or
other creditors for money lent ; but all
creditors are to be placed upon the same
vtoQdng;'Aoy1nsot;ent'::whdi' shall act con
trary to this provision, will not be entitled
to a discbarge) under the act above men
Mr. Carter, the late accomplished edi
tor, of the New-York Statesman, has
heen compelled to aeekr a second time,
'n the Sooth of Europe, a restoration to a
fcgfee of health denied by the rtgld rli
mat of h,w natrve country. V. S. Gaz.
At a rrg i'r tnfrti .r, hy a tha I tf-t
Room, Tt.ly atrninr, Not. IftU. A I.. J,
the fi.l.oin prratitla lit I rlju')fi vert
Wher at,' Almighty (hl, In tbt eonm of Kit
froil-nrf, hu keen pUd to rmoa frwm
moBf tit ir ofihy aaj much eitem4
. flflv4. That t dernty drpWa tha Iota
h'icli llatonry arvl h pu'li-, at wall U tlit
km aa I family of th dtcaaaed, kata tuMainadi
4that mot keartil ampathlt In tbeir
HnlA, thit aa a trtfinvHiy of retni and
fw tm for the sumirv of otir dnaHed Brother,
UI waaa ap on thi left aim thirty dart,
Nu'wJ, that th foefoinf rewl ut ion be
pttbl.tbed la the IWlituiry prt af tUta
copy thereof U traaamitt! to tha beavad
. ACSTIN, aiVf.
.--." rt ,
-titer. Thi Anrtcui:ur 8o5elf of
South Carolina hivy adilrciied letter to
tbe Secretary -of 4b-Nawr -fecommend-inr
the introdution of Hlce, as pin ol
the fowl detlgned for the Uie bf Ihp Na"
y to which tbt Secretary returned the
fallowing reply I ' ,(
Vavy Dffmrtment, October 21, 123
Sir 4 I htte had the honor to reralte
jour in'ereiing communlcttlun, dat-d
the 89th ult. upon the lubject of Intro
ducing flirt at a part of the food to be
ucd by the Naty of the United Slain,
id enclosing an Kmrct from the Mm
utca of tho Agricultural Society of Soutii
Ke ipectful attenilo'ri has been given to
your tommunicatiori, and I enclose a c,o
py of a letter from the Comnmtionnert
ol ton Nvjr, containing their views in re
lation to mote citemive uto of the ar
I ocg )ou to atture the Agricultural
Society of South Carolir.a, that riptri
mititl shall he made, and a fair and full
investigation be bid. io tcjt the ei(hl
of thoot jection urgrd by tfieComraiivion-
m.i am, very retpetifuUyaVc.-
Cwg Sfp..lj. Sety.X C. S
I he Cwo.niaiooc't of the Nary ttate, that
hue conai'nit a part of tbe renuUr r
m the Nary, btinf uted trodvi h each werk,
and ta alto uted aa hotpital aton ii but that
KUr i mk a (Mjtlic mne; 4be aatktn
nint ita ae, that not morr than one half dealt
out i acttiaily conatiml by them, ami that any
attempt to introduce a mora extenaive u- of it,
wmiil render the aervirr nnpopular i that the
quantity of water required in cooking rtre, ii
aiiotltcr ohjt:CiU.n to its uh. An attempt a
oi re made by c.-nmander, !o intrjduce the
tie of curnhomiav and meal on boaril hia tiiii
but it pfxl'iced rich terioua discontent among
hit crew, tht the attempt ha never been re
Virtd. lick td pork tra.biamit, bean ami
peat, cona'i'ute, c believe, the principal foml
onboard thit i
.Vrw Yuri. -The late election of mem.
Utrsofibe legislature, and other tai.
officers, in New York, has resulted in the
almost total overthrow of the coalition
fn7rnirmiohlc pjflfei. "-"NeVer, tince
toe data uf Jefferson, has any admiitrjtri
tion gained so rapidly oporr the affections
of the peoplei as h the present, under
the auspices of tho industrious, t Herpetic
and economical Jackton Old P',m..
A Marseilles Journal contains a long
statement respecting the circumstance
atttiiiimg the detih ol Major Luiu.theittl
trepid explorer of -Africa,-" to the effect
that the Mijor'uas ansinatcd by a
treachcroui Turk who accompanied him,
in order to obtain possession ol his pa
per, hicl were given to a person to
wrW the discharge of certtin debts
which he had contracted in r ranee. K
is added, that it was supposed, connivance
bv the Ficnch consul at Tripoli in the
escapo of the individual wi'li ibe papers.
which excited the anger ol the racha ol
Tripoli, led lo the dispute between the
French Consul and toe Pacha. Be this
as i' trwy, it is stated as certain that Ma
jor Lung's papers are still in existence.
Suicide. -The. Berkshire American
rela'es the fact that a bear recently shot
himself, in that vicinity, with two musket
balls. B'uin was examining a farmer's
cornfield by moonlight, when he stum
bled upon a co;d attached lo two guns,
and received their contents for his intru
sion. i ne larmer a who ooncu uui ui
m. j i. : r. l. : i 1 . f
fourteen pails of Soap grease-'
It Is stated in the New York Gazette
that Asa Worthington is appoiniejLCojsuj
to Lima, in place of Wm. Kadcliffe. re
moved, and that a Mr West, of Illinois, is
appointed Minister to Cbilr.
On Thursdayi 22d ult- the citizens of
r. k . 1 IV "' a. ' -l - - -1 -
tert as a mam oi rcspeci .tor nis oisup
gubd etM6ii-.A 'v-
Laditt 7eftf.' A- Parts JDWrrrEives
the Origin of the big sleeves which are so
fashionable in Lurope and America. A
lady of rank in Paris had a daughter whose
ihouldera "and arms' we i re de formed frojrn'
the effects of a disease in early infancy.
To conceal these defects and set. off, the
person of her daughter, the lady devised
the full sleevei and the cause not being
known, the fashion was admired and g n
erally adopted. Tbe Parisian bells have
recently discovered that the, fashion was
contrived to - cover personal defects and
this circumstance has brought it into dis
credit with tb,em
At lua annual m-tW and F.i..bIt!ot o ilia
-...w - ' ra f.aiiiviii'iu W S II W
!Ut.h JrnUt kU st JM,lntiMt
n tho ffn. VwUf In November, I57, tbt
fiiliing presiiuma tre aardl, via i ,
Ta Mrt. R. chem:k, for the brtt pUce f
ttll4 Cloth, miied of cotton sad wool, 3
Ta Vaf ry Mcn, f. the frratee quantity
of Corn rti. on I acre A epUnd J
T Vardi7 McBte, tar the fteaUt qtianti.
of Com raiaed on one acre of btfiom land, f
T 'drr Mr B, tor the grtalt quanU.
ty of Corn raUd on I scree e land ra
claimed without tb aid el St). la unua, 10
Tin fullowinf articlea wifl bt competed fnt
at the nett annual meeting of tk aociett, on
the aee-md Toet.l.y f Hor.JSM, U i .
the bevt two bene ptongk a prtmlum of gf
Tor the bvat boraa e mwl aot Im than
three nor more thee 4 yeattnld J
i . ....... .......
vTi Piwt ev piatn ooVMatic etotU,
mUed of oottoa and wool ... . .
The beat piece wf twilled mi ted at above ii-3i
Tim beat UlrarUi of c4on and wwl, and
Tbe best piece nf dmunJa TWV N la
IhanSyarda . .. ... . ..
Tbe be.t piece of blanketing, not Htt Waa
5 yarila . ....
Thn bet piece of Carpeting, not Xrm than
10 yar.lt, noe let than I yd. vide . .
Tha goat, quantity pf Cotton raised on
l aero of upland .
The grentett quantity of Com raiaed on 1
acre of upland
The (treat H quantity of Corn raited on t
ra of reclaimrd bottom land . . . .
Tbe greateet quantity of Cora raiaedon 3
acre of Una reclaireed without the aid
of ttabJe manure
The greateet quantity of Wheat raiaad on I
acre of upland
The grra'oat quantity raiaed on I acre of
Tbe gfate quantity of Rye rrard n one
acre of upland
The greatest quantity on out acre of hot..
torn la d .
The gteaieat qunlily of Barky oa one arra
The (.-r.-a'cet quautltv on 1 acrl of bottom
Und . '
i he g-atcat quantity and beat quality of
Tar thr brtt itrawutrer ... . .
The brat eonttrurtcd cotton hamw . .
Tho beat conatructed oloiigh f oretiing
tter farrowa, or furrow for depoaiting
The b-1 tingle horae plough ....
Tbe grratf quantity and beat qulHty 0f
woul fxuaAire aiteep ..... . . .
Thr brt Who atone, for Engliih wtierman
rcyoirt . ... . .... . . . .3
The bet for whetting Carpenters' or Cur-
rie- I'oola 3
Certified by VARDHV McBKf,
Setrttarj tf lAa .Wiay.
Ilcv. Jonat Xing,(n Amerirtn Mission-
nrj) and Mitt Anna Afaria ui, a
U'ratk lady d Smyrna, were married in
the Hmd of Tinoi, on the lid of July
iat. -'Tbu vent,M tays a letter from
Smyrna, will Ex Mr. King in Oreeee,
where ha has hart m.i forabl intro
duction to both rulers and people, and haw
a wirftvfietd'of usefulness open before
him.: . . . 1.
. Mr .Cooper , the .American dovelistr Ja
said to have nearly roady for publication,
a new tale, called the Bordertra.
One Henry Wait, having failed to ap
pear at a Court in Ravenna, Ohio, Utt
month, to answer to a charge of having
forcibly alteopted- to-kie young - ldr
Tprfciied hia recpgoixancf, .&30, This
was paying irerfy rfeor for the whistle:
Mudme Experience, who will hive her
own price, has taught him tbe provtrb,
Kissing goes by favor."
.1 long Sermon. The U. S. Gazette
says, " we observe a notice given in an
eaa'cro pper, that Rev. will preach
all day on Sunday next. Th gentleman
may expect more than one M Tychicus "
Dr. W. Herschell slates, that a mixture
of lunar caustic and a species of Glauber
salts, two very bitter substances,- pro"
duces tbe sweetest substance in exis
tence. J'Madelfiaa, Oct. 20 The line of U.
S. Mail coaches, laft New York yesterday,
nt 3 o'clock P. M. and trrivrd in Phila
delphia In the morning at I o'clock, which
makes ten hou's. Deducting one hour
and thirty minutes for supping, changing
mails, horsea and couches, it brings the
artua1merfrnrTeHfng to fight-hottr
andjbirtj,, minutes, being neatfy Iwelve
miles per hour. - Chronicle. -
Sabtbury Price, Ntvember 21 -Cotton
1 J to 1 j cents corn 15 to 25, beef 2 to 3 J, but.
ter 10 to 12, flour 3.75 to 4 per barrel, wheat 60
to 75, Iriih potatoei 25 to 30, sweet do. 20 to 25,
brown sugar 12 to 15, coffee 17 to 22, aalt 1.12,
to 1.25. homespun cloth 15 to 25, trhiakey 20 to
Tobacco, middling 315 to 4.25, prime 9 to 10 1
Wheat 95 to 1 05, Corn 50 to 55 cents per bushel,
Ctlumbia, $ C. Jftv. 12.."....Cotton M .9i,
flour 6 f to 6r whiakey 30 to 3li, baton 6 to 7,
wheat 87f to 100, com 45 ;i 30;f?Jl?5;
' There hat been a large aupply of Cotton at
Market thit week, which bat eold readily at 9 a
9ji Corn continue! scarce. and commands 50
clt. per bushel 1 rter of a good quality it
scarce, and would sell at g6 per barrel Whit
key it tcarce, and in demand at 32 to J3 ctt;
Bacrn it becoming very tcarce, prime would
readily tel) at 7 to 8 ctt.
Savannah, Geo. ,Vv. 4. Cotton 9 to 9. Flour
6 to 5j, Corn 50 to 51 Whjakey 28 to 29. Pver
pool,Salt40, Coffer 12 t: 154 North Carolim
BaHtk Notet, 5 p?r cent; dhtJottitt, , '
I Dacon 0 U 71. ra- h tran.tv 11 to IS anr.la da 3a
a rt . k aa
l 31 W, ad 8 loot
,4 'r'' vJat 3?a 34, aogtr 0 to 0,
tW,.o ,l,t.ir4i71, thUkry S4
" I i --ft
to 57.....U, It. bank aotet a I per eent pre
nun, t.p rear ditto, I a 7
. arwn ek tttn
In the Torkt of the fa.kin, by fnorh flroek,
T on the 30tb nit. Mr. Haiio McClenan to
airs. lopbia Cutbrtll.
U Lincoln ewnntr, on the Pth Mrt.
ifef. vita of 4r. John Oatem. ad 38.
la tUUigh, a the (Kb inal, lr, Wm. It. Hon.
trr, aft V "
3TICE. That on Wo'n3.v,"lhe lith'of Da.
I . "
1 1 cembet mt, there, will U aJdrl-iHib!i
cembet niit, there, win ba k
at lk eaai.lanet t4 r'rrnnt
, rponewra vn r rannv oej. oe t
wu, in lonowmr properrv, via 1
. . ., . .. . .
A fcrf am! valuiblr staA iftt.rut'fanu
Met?, anl Hrt. (amonrlt which It abont tit
ty fai bgO two W'airront and .Mea, farm.
g tool, W'beat, trn, , Hay, fwlder,
H'iuhol. and Kitchen Furniture, and many
other articles, Includmr all the nerional proper
If on tbe borne pUntatt'm, and the ether plan.
ta-.iani adjacent. A;ao, a tract of lAtmt. aloin.
ing the land of the bent of llenrv Guffy and
othefs, containinr two hundred arrea.
Alan, on Monday, tha .'8th day uf December
aeat, 'here will Im. aoM, at public talc, on the
premiaea, THE MILLS of the deeeaeed, on
third Creek, (W( known bv the name of
VVi Aht!t,J with all the land ad joining, con
taming fW hundied arrea, more or let.
A Wo. it tUa tame lima and place, wjll be told,
II the perona property 011 laid premise, cn-
itmg of Hitk, Cattle, Hhe ep ami llogt
lmongtt winch are abtMit thirty ore fat hK.)
tVheat, Corn, Oata, .HoutchoM and Kitchen
furniture, a huge quantity of flank, tnd a va
riev of other artb lea. '
Jan, will be aold. at the aame time ami place,
he tract of Ind on which 7'JUauM M illntmn
., Uvea, on Second trerk, joining tbe land ot
Thnrnat lnnra and otbera, containing about
three hundrrd acre.
,. alea te-eontiiNie ftnrn dav t- day i nntil tt
ahall be aold. A credit f twrlvr montha will
be given, by ike purchlterv' eiviug bond and
ISAAC IIOLKMAN. S. Fx'rt.
n inr. n. fi.i.mini;. 3
ymbr IM, 18J.
ADF. W. HsMM'ON. T.iiaa, ra-vctful.
ly inform hit fiirndt, ami the public,
tliai he haj remevsl into the new and eonvvn.
ie- lrop on Main Mreet, lurmeily occupied bv
Meaan. Uevell U I'rniplctoii, and rruie recently
by Mr. B. Iiwrvi where he continue to oanv
in all it diflrrrnt branrhr. lie employ the
best "oT workmen, mid recfivre the Fadi'ont
rrgularly from tin- North; uhirh will enable
him to eiretil all kinda vf witrlt in hit line in
the mott fathionahle art y I . and il,'tntul rk-
mantliip, and Q l the lur I p i-.i!il.' Irrma.
(iarment Cut out, On allurt notice, and at low
price Ail order for work from a diMance,
promptly attendrd to, according to direction.
vtet kind of rminfrj-jimdiice will be received
at thr market pricM, vi pa MiehTTitr' work"
lie solicits a continiim-r .4 ti -a!rorurf
hi- hrrtn- so- liberally- venr-d trr rtmt:-"imt
hope, by the aiylr-of lint rk, and l.i tirr
tiom to ph aie, to merit it. tV. (V. II. .
.latiibury. .Stv 1H, H', 04
Vi shit ft oi alivx. Ven 1.3.
FBI1 Ik tubtcribcr havjii o'jur.e.l, i.t Nov em-
I h. ti-rm of Iloifc'ftii f!oojitv Coiiir. tlr
J'euMf, d-c'd. will esp.e to fnibl.c aalc. at the
reridrnce of the dee'd. olt Turvtav. the o;U day
of December neil.
3 likely JYt zrocs,
on a credit of three month, on giving bond tnJ
Alto, will be told, tame tune arvl place, varum.
kind of Stock, well ai Horn- , I a'lle. Hrm,
Sheep alto, Corn, Ubrat, tiatt, H . Fodder.
&C : betide Household and Kitilien Furniturr.
Kale to continue from day to dm, till all i di-
poard of. JOHN tilliaON, .iHm'r.
Av oih, low. -tyj
N. 11. All pertona indebted to the rta e of
the dee'd. ar.- detired to make payment a oo
aa convenient ; and the ae luviii claim againa
tbe Mm, will pr eaenl lUvm, a. required by law,
or thit notice will le pltu in br.
J. t.lUVi.TI, .Mi r,
Wuwm um jt)t.
il Sale, a 1 1 oust- and I.nM in the
town of Sitlisborv . i.n Main street,
nn the corner near the iail. attd convert
ient or any public l)UHinc: the lot extend
from Main street thro igli lo the nest .parallel
ttreit. A great bargain trwy he had in the
memia a Inquire ol Mr. Henry Smith,
ol Mr. Henry Smith, in
Sfuv, 20, 1839,
To -Jowrnt)f win 'VtxWnrs.
"TaTTANTF.!. to i.r 'line .lournrjmen Tai
- f f lora, who ar- fifl ra' .rltni!.t) and
tteady men ; to iuch, conttant employment will
be given. Apply to BtmJ i u u.i.r.
.Vtv 9ih, 1829. 94
Xorlh Carolina, Ashe count g :
1829: Joseph IJagermann xt. Elieaoetli
UaaemannsJietLtwo lr4iorcet, ..lUptfeartrig
to the tatiifaction of the court, 'hat the d hn-
nlmhitant of thi ttate t it
.t ih. next Sunerior Court for our taid county
on the third Monday of March next, and pVad
to, and antwer the aaid petition, otiierwiaeu win ,
be beanl exparte.
6t99 Teatt Un' r.Aicrx.-i , c. . v.
To Joumemtn Virinlers.
THKEF. or four Journeymen Printer!, who
are nrt rate aud atea.lv workmen, wanted
immediateljiLtbe Knoxvllje ( renoeatee) I
riater Ofljce; to whom constant empToytoaoTT
tnd liberal wages will be ,
t. a. ur.iye.i.i,
dant it not . n i nhubit nt o; ni .bal&tmZJfctrfd-
trere aflgeUtrrW Active clhVla. placet estate!
publianea tor 111 weea m "it - ylttd hy jBW( ror an Section ot a RepreaetflaV '
Weitern t Jaroliniam for Hie defendant to p pear l
Vn fill K vftrnnrv rrr-iwiJ r ainr! (Iiair tntt
Hil MUllillll W lil'l llH ,l f IT -
u. fiWrtiKr eonumtila'ing to r
move Wrt rwtt Ml. n dfimut nt
Vint h'l Turn, t,l,,k,krnl la IK
town of CiKtrJ, C!i ni eiiinty It W ton
teiilently loct. ttt iha Ooort-Hmiae, aM II
the beat ttinj hr bnainea la tha pW. The)
honao it eommo.l.otit. nlih eiretient til.ra.
and a?l neceaaary Mt-b niart. 'rr.M. diiiati
lo puthat, art mifn to mk early aj H.
ettion, at the auhKnber nill mk Kioit d.i;o
noon oi me property ayifi.
T" fihmtkl ar.v rHt.m, hi it Inrlinrd tit .
11' i M
''V' ,h" b",,rt't? 'kf?lt"f , "J"1 " -
'"""'"i nrni, pr, tr u. nt i.ManiMnmem '
y ItihitJ, Mam on vrmwa
bio terwiai an.l ?),a r ;..;i,a mtf be ba.! itl(
it I to that lirelSlihmenl i'lliarra tn
it'll ithlMJt ICarcaJy aW.ikj.'a liMk. ohrr a
MaaHvbi -f-tn-tinHmn -gNtooi.'n tiXu"
cannot fif 1 mVinr vnr htn(l-im iiroftrt.
ia. . .. 1 .
Wf N lha aulracriber. In CoWoeJ.. CWu
owniy, ft . 4lr
-TltOMtH T. CtOX.
rVew. 134, IPT).
FtlilOMtl . ftNOX hiving purrWd of
M. .Htm H'ant, the right o hi fet Fro-
tra ct or
rr Byitrm of Taj lor iv, f, the di'rict of
country f(Hy mile round Concord, falier'ue
rwrtnty, N. C. will acfl to any !,y, for i. the
Individual right to u aaid tv4m, and will
imnnict them in the art. and aimnl ihrm io
rut a coat a well aa a man i he will alto torni.h
each perton bitting a right, with a bx.k nf
Faahiona arul Inatnir'ioM, P refract or Kralet,
ltd a wieet of Profile Figtires colored, ke.
Spplicationt had belter e made befon? Hep.
trmher next, at h tubtrrrher will leave thn
!Hatt about (Lit time.
(entlrmen, by pa)ing Jjo, can hregme ob.
Ktilrert to tin unnvtPrd Ky.lrm nf Tailoring,
lr a year j ind receive the I'tahio n regular y,
receive invtrtirtmn ,n ihe ar, I'ro'ractnr )rlra,
haet ol rofllr Figiire everv q'ur'-r, ic. fce.
Apply to tlie ub ii)rr. in Cmo wd.
TII')MH V. rtvov,
.V. 1H.-9. 4,57 .(
N. B. TVf aihr iuW U to k.,.. (,-t the
Patent Hrt'em of Tailoring, b "r. Wi-'a !,
New. fork 1 and l.at reccired Wkvof IWiion;
PlalevJquatta, Jw. iplanatorr rf th trrnmin
tte la nrejied !o aril right, an trarti i,r art,
according to tint ayaiem, on rraannihlr ,mi.
TII'M. V. CANON.
Vei UnWnrft UrwuvA,
Wild, be given for mv max Hiii.-r, mho
n fro n my pl.ni.'in,, t,e Ct
ot Oc-olier lr, il eru'rn in anv iail in ISe Mad .
-tor rlenvmiTro.earThypTar'firHnTF f "
mile writ uf Jta'ubury llntlrr i 5 tret 'r T
i'.rlir high, rained i" the U..rk- ol thr
Vadm, bv the la'e t-ol. Itu lirnond rv.0". Iln .
hat a dow'n look when spoken rv ltttimifrh ho
prirt frrrly. II.I.I M .V.
.Vrrrm,er t8;. 15.7. 94
VnW l Wntrr VuHtn.
rWT"' 'ihjr-nher higa lear n inform hit
JL- frieudi and :ha ooUlic, W Im j.M re
irived ihf Fall itnl ltint,r Viinni, trout I'hiL
adelpliia and New.Vmk. arcompamrd ty !riflt
of alt the varin iltlr and colon now iii oirn
in 'hole ritirl; and htvin in Im employ the
brat of workmrn, he It enabled to mak every
detenption of MeVa tir.rnt, a well l-lte'
tlahttt. In a fle of wrkmrnhip rqnal :n any
in the stair-, and which he will jrfTtrtt tu fit
well. Hia terms ar t l"W; for flr ne wtt
at any body elieVj YiMlTe 'edrt Ti(n'V to.
do hi work rtpedhtoui'y it U jsi.tp done.
All kirr-I nl (tarmr ntt Cut, on short noti-.e,
and reasonable terms.
. ",r All ordea fijr wijrk, from a diattnce,
will he promptly'attended to, and returned ac
cording to direction.
Hating accepted art Agenryfrnm Vr.-.Wrh
f1" ,ttuf;;NMM,N f.KnVTY'
16. l-'9.. 9 .
Gobi Mines, Land,
jeV5tj Flill'. aubvribcr. aidiirig tr re.
aJV A t .1. move fiom the n ighlMirhrmd,
SjPJJ "H'r for ! hit valuab'e Planta
ion. four rtiilen et of Charlotte.
The tract contain 2IU inn of land,
a llryr part of which ita good a an in Mrrk
ler burg cou'.ty 1 about I 0 arret are fit t, ttfond
and third crop grwmd, of t!r he' qiiality Tho
plantation adjoin the celebrated ''app trftl l
Mint, and tha opinion aeema to be well founded
that tJod abonnd" in two hithj, rarticnlarty, m
he plantation 1 a branch nmt through it, l r
three foorthi of a mile, which, it U thought hy
men of judgment, I a rich in the preeimn
metal aa anv of the Hurke mine -, there is also
on the place good water-power for mining ope
ration. Also, CD or 25 likely NF.fiROF.S for aie 1 or
a part of them, inch at may not wifli to follow
Anv perron desirous nf purchasing, can cart
and view the prennaea ; or iMqinr r.f Robert
1. Dinkins, ttrCliarlotte, fr 1 description, &c.
f9l W, M RM.SI WICK,
( hoJnttr. MecHimburf rt. A' C. .Vov. MJ. lf)29.
ftVfttii of tVoTUi-Vuc iiiVina .
To th' SAeni or oth't rrlurntnr ffre- j for
thr cenntirt nf Chatham, Davtihon, HuiitLlhh ami
Wlli'.RF.AS a vacancy in the repreenta'iori
from lliii State in the Home of Kerne-
aeolauvcs of the United Stamen, bat been occa-
tiorted in the 10th Coorreainnal Distric', by tho
retsgnation ot John title. Ksqoire : Now there - i
lo ivoiwi y,,iiw.: MtiUA.'-Ofc'
atitiiorit tn me vated, hy the Constitution of
t neiJniwii' tatiss0-t,A i".i'e
nd required to cauae pnllt to be npaned and
vacancy toreaanii anrt that you
meet oh the Thursday following, at the coort -house
of Rndolph xw'y t o-h purpose of
comparing laid polls, and ascertaining for whom
the greatest number of vntei ahall have bjen
given in taid district, as hy an act of Astetnbly
in thi cae it made and provided 1 and that you
c iu due rerurn lucrcoi 10 oe mane to iota cr
nee. , 4t9J 'r
Given inider my hand as Governor, and
under the great teal of the State, at
of TtarottfrtTTnii Vth .diy d
Ootol.or, A. D. 189. . -
By; the Governor : " 50 UN tmVSi
Sn, Jl. Mwa, rrtSmte Sec'y.