Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
March 2, 1830, edition 1 /
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He "Samiit! U. Howe, foriAcr
j.M,of of if e Independent I'rr byierin
CrfUfth i ?nib,
nucerp'eJ of, iht residency i f Dak
intofi College, Carlisle, I'mn.) t.f
hjrh,'the ,,f M'0" "f NVork
vii formerly, and the Rev., IV, Nrlll f
'.jhiltclpbUniftrt recently, the I'rcsl
,T;uf .Mi;'. It appear, by tfie la.t
f"" Mif,'t ,n1 "e l''' hJ , lc
,,. and unriniiUlu'iOiil proceeding W ,Mir
.Urns m my "J " i.-jpii4ine-i mm wsie,
.fce been "thwarted I 4ft 1 llieir mt)ih'p.
. . r ., 11j .i1."!' Ktmirii Jfcktf IiL'h "
tr:,tmr f ........... '
'l. Jtlii '
"lit 5nfy M ippolsufent of MimifWnT
c), sml de, Mr.JlanUo to be cU-
i (,,1 .r m.ir, tc.,tlio I.egfLture ban been
rroi;lit bf ta Uinr Krnirr iuno, iiibi i-, -The
f'ner proerrd.ngs were declared
roll and void, iY 0, uf8lo7,oiisoflhe Hun
f member btinr absent, liov. Huiiton wat
t(,tJPr(l not to ! tlnrcruHf j and tlie fuur sen
ator p n!nl by tlie aforesaid uncotutitulion.
, Convention, were declared tobeii'i Sectors.
, iheir votei trr-iK slloacdto be counted
kv the Sfteakrr of the Senate. Tim state of
things wss n"1 aingubu ,,J anomalous ; ami
w!it would 9t the ii. il was impnja.ble to
frr see, the htate was almost without a legal
firm f govenrncnt.
Trt vrrkh Atuil i -.aia'ury. It will di)ubt
lm lie an ccrptblr yiree of iiiformwt'tpa lo a
Jirj-t portion of our rrilfr, to be ' 'unni,
IhiratMifancf e,,n f 'tn "7 rt,e
"Jfat'-r Urnfrjl, that the tcrni--' -rVt fitajr
- -Jihtl tltmoj'l, .Saluburr, Xo'lb Anil Mith. will.
omc time within twelve months br tx'cniU-d,
Hul eun three time a week. We are !
id,by the ll'i". Vrrf fliw, one of our
Penal on in ConjrreM. that t!ie atate of tin-
tntnu of the Department not warrant th
IW Walter General in jfa'Uinjf the eitrlninn
immediatetv : but that our application mill he
kept in tew, and oir w'tahta be complied with
early in tlie enviinit year. We Warn further,
"from the aame wurcc, thit the aubject of an at
Urition in the main a'age route, 1c from
CrefnaborouRh to the aotith, hu been under
aHnn-nirnt by the Department i and a decision
itji'1", aJrerac io Anyxiange at praeiU.
Wire ut.R4!itSeil-Tttni Daniel, of the
Oamde r. .!oiimal, it a lucky man, if aio H w ege.
...tablMrxan makehim to. He bji lajelj been
. tOBiptintenteul.with J.a!tijJfw?Jf'.
--. wc.-nferenceLJLrule wwhei to know if
we neTrr did the lik: altnontrrr wcr hare"
be-ird talk" cf a much larper, which, when
foe he fttiijf&$& a peekeamre
But .think we fan ' Hump?, mir Cam lrii
table farmer in the neighborhood of Saliabury,
It'ftt brought n t bean-Tine,- tikft meaaured
bttMerri 25 and 30 feet ' He alo presented ui
- womp of the seed ,' io that we are in hopes of
: JrPPTlinfJtIic bruJ. ., Wa arc ootaulEcieatly
-kiUeo in bany, to doteroiM (b wxaot aptic,
-sler, lic. of thu Utiini aiidfoj aught we know
it iriay Ne of that famoua kind, tn a vine of
vhich Jlck-the-Giant-KiUer climbed into the
Mo-. . !
. "Ve presume the Editor of the Journal did
sot, himself, tat the radi-h. of which he loeaks
fn onlesa it were very unlike any of the mam
Both breed we ever caw, it would have giyro
wen an utncb tne d) ipepsia !
.typointmtnti The last U. S. Telegraph,
eontaina a list of between thirty and forty ap-
fomtmeriwmide' -by ther President Tsf lhe7XT.
fitatea, which bav beeifTSdnflrmed ty tbif Sen.
ta: they are moatly land-office and custom-house
cffictrs. it will be seen from an" article in a
preceding column, that the appointments of fori
eijn ministers have been confirmed by the
Senate. Maj. Moore'a appointment waa con.
wtolU Iwt sesiiQir. The opposition papers, who
save beeji taking corrtfort to themselves from
t tat delusive hnn that inm nf Prviiilont JarV
f"""iegYa"fi h"6 1 ntmenTu wouTd T re f ecfeTv-! bT
nate, lMTetirw)r'dtsoinfe4." The
Altiandria tyiietfe, of the IBth ult. has the
wi-oa-ing partgtapb on the subject
"The Senate, it is believed', will 0 the
Aoe, md rutify every' nomination nude,
tfoih, Swartwouu Henshaw, Hill, and the
d !.- " :r , v-4f ' r
"Jeshuran waxed fatand kicked .- " an with
-Wtoient; while m rmssesaion nf their itrnH.n
Ttflu. as. .HJ td. tt.L l. . ii . , .
-J1' But. this-day . of retribution I haa come
yearning t Saltaih-breuJctrt.' A' ;Mr. Dees,
Cheraw, S. C. took his kite and truo and
entona hunting expedition, on Sunday, the
" ""Us and in cutting down a'freev it k on
and crushed him to death f Il ia body was
next day, Uving been traced jo the f
by bis tracks in the snow,
A ACiMr- C"fiof the MethSdist
Jburcb, has dtrlinrd apceptin thtro
At.1..! y (V,t .riHl.-KlMe eltrdlrortrnk-UnJ,.e JS.I.Irr, fo (he ih.t the (JforP M. Trut, United
beenreccnll'yK ?IM-Ie"'r.fr..mlih Jr,urr. Th re it terj Ki.U ttci;S.te ?foi(or TrAni (2orr, m ten U
thrrnlnV.uM.uinnNrw.Ufk, ,ih .l.ith, ; of li.tcrcu 1 1!, r.tertburr eld Dominion I iMe lo rtu.nt hit if i. hirh li .'.! te
tt k hoped ! i!yignfd to wipplf ery dciti
tut froi'y in th!i f nun'j. ,
It J" A fprrtii. f tht floard of Mngrri fcf
thf:un Kilile HM wif, ilb hrl l l tli
Court in fIIlirjf, on TttJji evrniiip,
id of Mirth, at rtrly uiulU.rglitMir i nJ it i
bopl tba mcmben uf the lJ,irJ till b punc
tual io their attcm'an
win nrmnrr or M UiC poft-OttiC in State-
'ti ft A ft-, . m .
tJ thrmirf 15, HkiO.i--' .-.t- r -irt)
".t rur.ME COURT.
The l:a!sigh Kpgiter or the 2ld nit. give a
liit of thr ( attars detctmined at the recent
term of the "upreme Court of this Hate. We
havr aeleced all that are of intcretl En Ibis sec
tion of tin- Hiutc ;
JrTves (lrm'ir.n ami other r, Holert W il.
cft'a ar &.c. from ilccklenburlinal de.
(.rorr;e Hooker's Ailmr'a. and heir, r. James
l)r)oit and othe'f, from Koanlcf fee .
AnJrt Allixtn v. Kobrrt Worke ami mhera,
ffom 1 edi ll- .Urdcrolrrlrrenre lo the Clerk.
Janes Krrves r. dm' and H'ac wimm!, from
')iie-ltri,ort fjd and eonfirmrd, anil dr.
cree according!, Ltir -etaimd upon a nut,
iii n at lo II lack ood'n rfi
Wiilua. An.ett and oihera'f Zcliariah Ijn-
nry and S. R While, from IredrlUKrpori of
tur wiera aHl latr ol Iredell act aaule, and
reference to tbe'fjl.rk of I hi tlourt.
Jacq u-aLa ,rle and otlieraw. Thomaa B.
Hatifcntun and hr Tmaiera of tli L'nivemty,
from Kriulurt--U crc- (im (;unii'ainantt.
A. R. Kerrr Jmu r, Cownii uih C. l Cuiiner,
trom Iredi llri'' rem4drd.
Krchard Anndt-ll and o'lten. Paniel Black
il a ,d o'tien. froin KutherfordCanar re-
JVJded In nuke JjeupcJrUcj .....
l iHTnai I'on'di'i, ji. t. KicluVd 0i!()y aid
John 'f. iarl4'id. from Ca-well --IU.I dimied.
I.b. r NIcNair it. I'lioi. Jid and olb.
en, fiora Oriigc...fu-piirt if the CU-rk aod
Maa'er of Oiane act aide, and refcireJ to the
CU-rk( ibis Cuuir. . .
Wm, M. Cameron and others r. Mary (iold
and others, from Caswell Cauwr remanded.
Den on dem. of Smartt's heirs v. Unr and Ar.
tbur South, -bum-Meeklm
versed, and new trial granted.
Martin ralmi r v. John A. Kaucstt, Appt. from
Orange Judgment of the Court before affirmed.
David Cobbs Adra'r v. Vm. W ellborn a-id
It Walker, txr. &c from tiuilfordO.rniui Tori
Ailwy Fieuthani and others: Thoa. tL'tlut'
Jen AJm'r. &e. from (V inireoJlecfee aflimwd.
'.Ijt'rcil'k. iL.CpUuj1 v. WireUa -W.-ijo4.irr
from Orangc...Juilgoaeut afllrmcdV
Den on denote of Ann dorriaon, Appt. v. Fen
Jliiiim Casev. appeJIwtJareeiJIarrjiioiu
udgmeu . revered JL'uuunxx
overruled. nd judgnient of reipondeas ouster.
Beii'net Smith v. James ftoaiiecor &c appcf
lant, Irom Laewen Judgment athrmed.
. .Dye uii.deakise.of DunctandreUeison vUud.
ton C. llaikidale-. Judgment 9! Mew trial.
" Stkie - Eanrv Irom Chowaa Jutlgmcnt of
the Cvurt bekiw reversed, aiMljudgroeut fur Uie
State f. John Murrill, from Iredell-Judir.nent
reerseu, ana new inai orueren. .
State w. John A.'Smitb, from Anson Judg
In the House bf Representatives, 15th ult
among the numerous petitions and, memo'iula
presented, were two which appeared to be pe
culiarly interesting. Itie one u a memorial,
submitted by Mr. Mercer, respecting tbe claims
of ex President Monroeupon the t inted States
aadibe o.ber.a rxtnion presented by Mr. Dray
ton,p.ontheTubject of exrmpting certain mer
chants from the rnivment ol the Increased du
tie upon ioiported com!, consigned to 'hem
subsequent to the passnge of the tariff bill of
jo.'o, but ordered antecedent to that period.
Mi. Uoodenow, presented a memorial from the
ladiea of Steubenville, Ohio, against the removal
of the Indians ; which, after some discussion,
waa read, and ordered to be printed.
f . .
Mr.' McDuFfiE, trom ioint Select
"omHWtr 4iw-rpww4erNtr R esolu
rionrxv amend the Const itoiion is regards
the election of President and Vice rresi
dent. They embrace his favorite plan of
vent t,he election from devolving, under
any circunistanceSi upon-the' House, of
Kepreseataiires. . ' - ,..'....
:fete!im--Aa arrival it
.New Orleans froia.t am peachy, twangs ad
vice fiom Mexico to the-ih .uJi.. wblich
tratfrftltir Pretidetrt Guerreroihd' bwen
WH'-i gtetiiulxtic wjcsJtom&A Iw
Ito his eeat of Tislla, near that city. Du-
rtftg WrvaTanc'y ofMie Pre side ncyV t he
government was in the nands of Uon re
dro Valcz, General Quimana, and Don
Lbcas Alaruarn Mania u is tbe new min
ster of finance ; Castro, lormciy tirst
clerk , in the war department, is now its
head ; arid Itorbide is placed at the head
of tbe judiciary department. Gen. Santa
Anna had also retired to bis country seat ;
but it was understood he had proceeded 0
Vera Cruz, to give in his adhesion to the
new government, r In joit her respect the
country was perfectly tranquil, without
any prospect of sudden commotiort.
The ale of cotlon In Uvtrpol durine
the week ending on the 7lb, was TOO
bgtt at decline, acrordrng to the Mer
cury ul the Ith, r.f 8(1 A kondon frifle
etment of tht 4th ayi,' The areounta
frwm Mverpord and Manchester are fa
vor at le, both for eoftoo and ibe nunufaC
ukc place iif thli", market, if M d
quat oppfilcr itoek'but'tre- lute
mall atoc k i, except In Sunt Cotton
l o:cro ppart to tj alrpoit at total
ih. ..t. .r rm t'
S -3d. A onM.rbl eere tiad tw
kco plc4 U.Xhe tUritith revenue rJurng
I. very thing ap;ertd io be timet m the
p.firrtaf world, if wceicepl littVdl
ontent said to be maniiett by the HnsMn
populace in conaequcnec ohhe favraile
tcrma granted to the Tprka'by thf Utc
treaty of peare. It was even arid that
this event had produced a great roolnrM
between the emperor nd bis br nti.ett, the
grand dukt Constantino and Michael.
Ktante apfHattd lo be qui'.e tranquil.
There was talk of another chantre in
the rnlniatiy, more unfavorable to the li
rr,i, but wt suspect h was a mere stock
South Amtnta Not withstanding e
re ao much precd for room, we have
given in our preceding column details of
i.itr resune inieliitretice from S. America.
i We' very much fear that the Liberator
Bolivar i jboui tt forfeit the good opin
ion ol the literal and enlightened portion
of mankind, bv atternp'ing to impite
upon the peoplr of Colombia a despoiic
iorm of government. In addition to the
fact de'ailr d in our preceding column,
the N. Y. Mercantile Advertiser of Wid
nedav contains a number of intercepted
dotumentt, all going to establish the fact,
fhat Bolivar had decrrrrdnrd upon intro
ducing a monarchical foim of government
Unto Colombia, and that be ti to be
crowned Simon' the' First. In farther
conGrmstion of tbe fscts contained in
these intercepted documents, a letter from
Caraccas, dated the 4lh inst. ays,
The government of Veneiuela, Guaya
ma and Cumane S.ve decUred against
iufnkfr ftd wfered 5000 -me n -under
Gen. Marino to march against Butitar ;
conaequeutlf great deal of MotnUhead
i tobe eipected.' Old Dominion.
' Mr. Clay.yi pci eive; y ; p: New
Oifcans pper.of tne S5th olt. that
Clay had arrive in thef t ity oti -t Visit 10
nis -daughter. If.tiv Jnurney "thitlier li
icatly ol a " donu sfic Character, and DOt
Uiternifd w a tlok 4or.MHef-fHi
peace be with him and his nouse hold."
S Br.ncb t .Savannah, bate been xeceoU
iy put in circulation. Thcii general ap
prat m)ce. j calculaied jo.. deceive most
pcisons. T.ic ink is rather of a muddy
fctf i the engraving larger - and - much
neavier men inc .genuine,,, mo vigncuc
laibcr coarse, particulaily -the. wuigs ,t(
the eagle, which. are too large; the pa
per is quiie new, and very indifferent
without (be usual water marks, Tbost
ecn, are payable to F. W. Heineman
signed Jno. Cumming, l'rciident, W,
Hunitr, Caahier, and are dated Oct. 18 if
Naval Court Martial.. . A general naval
court martial fnc in the cits of Washing
ion on Monday week, for tbe trial of such
officers as may be brought Lelore It.
Cap.. Cha's G Ridgley is lesident of
the court, and Henry M. Moffit J Jdije Ad
vocate. " We are mticn Concerned to
heat (remarks the National ImeHigencer)
that a considerable number of officers, of
the higher ranks of the service a larger
number, we believe, than haa often occur
red at any time beforeare now under
arrest, and will probably receive their
trials by thr rfl"rt nn" rnnvanatl
State of Maine '.- By hook or by crook,
by fair means, oc by toul means, the
state of..,Maine..hai.at. last heen arl.Ilffd
with a governoraye, and an Adams
governor into the bargain.' It. is not our
province to interfere in the squabbles of
our northern sister, but If all we hear is
true, ihc convolution . of. that state, has
been rendered nver.6 0oew jwavBhlcb
the Adams men have, moulded jo their
oWrfpurpose. --""vta uoMnmtr
joomiuieex)f ,4h Jiouse. of Kebresentat
Jives on the subjectof iht5 Censusj ?s
umates the population ot 1830 as lollows :
Free population, 10,650.000) slaves, 1, -
960,000) total, 13.600.000. They re-
ammend a ratb of 50,000 for the repre
sentation in the f louse of Representatives,
which they believe will not increase thdt
body beyond the number of 225 mem
bers. , '
IVtlliti the famous buglemsn and lead
er of West I'oint band, died at the post on
Monday, and was bucjed with tQC honors
n Var'.' . ." , .
t'tn. Trtufi. .V in gnwf.!tolearn
recollected he n eouipcllcl to lesve, in
cnnicjuence of seveie domestic. alilic
ttot. L ftt runt Rthubti(tn,
. from fortustt.Ctx. Phillips, f the
ship Liverpool, arrived lt evening, siaiei
that the covnfry was in an unsettled etato.
Miny person of retrectabili'y had re
cert'ly heen Imprisoned, nd ome had Io
escape from the country -on account of
their politirsl opinln
. rfv-jor i.nqutrtr 11 m. nil.
StnaU J'tx.mmVtt ar) harpy lo !'
.niii ox tor ibt iai itn ujy . r accuie
matter" hJV been received, ahd (he town
kwtHnMHtoewetal cowawof irtir wm, tn aK, ',T.;S ;Wir, ami itwf
etniwon. 1 he few c?e. rrtnuned 10 tr.f
art "doing wtil. W hsvc grl
cauie to hope, that the further progress
of the contagion it effectually checked.
' The Small Tor. Sf 9 think It not Im
proper to state, that there hat heen but
one case of the ams'l ( in tbli town,
thst which was noticed t bating occurred
on the 8th ultimo. . '
A letter from New Orlesna to the Edi
tors of ibe-New-Yofk Journal of Com
incrce estimstcs the loss by the late fire
in that city at 2 50,000, a sixth part of
hich was insured at i.fTues in that cil.
It the North and in England. Two nt
groes pel ished in the flame.
Su iciJee - A letter from Tostco, atate
hst a rae of suicide occurred there oq
Saturday, the 16th instant another on
uiu!ay; and a third on Tuesday - all
married men. One of them by hanging,
one by drowning, end one by !lng poi
son. Vew fork Enquirer.
. Sfialn and South Jmtrira The U. S
schoonrr Gramus, Capr Latimer, arri
ved at I'rnsacola oc tSf I8ih ult. 7 days
from Havana. Capt. L. iofotm, that a
Spanish psckei arrived at Havana, the day
belore he tailed, after 53 dayl passajf
from Cadiz, brining Jtitelligf nre, that en
expedition of 9(y)0 men wit about to sail
from Spain hr Havana, and from thence
against Meiico. f Al be time of tailing ol
not known in f pain
" Iii IbTs eou.ey, oh the th ult. by Rev. James
UtafTorri, Mr, Sarmiel TTay W, t CWWU to
fo Flrtnor.f IraniberSjtla'iji-titer-of
In Iredell county; on (be 18th u!r. by Joseph
M. Bot;U. ftsq. Mr, David ILnedeJlt of Burke
eounty rto Miss Manna Wallace, ol IraUalU-' J
tirtliti eonnty, on itre
daugbter of Henry Miller, Eq,
zSn the moming t)f jhr? tljrt1n:abarrns
e ianty,"of in tntUiemiaT Mr: rarmehla RKlers;
iOTicCy'iTr' '.oriiiert. :JIri Rogers baa
left a disconsolate wife and five amall children,
together w ith a numerous connexion, to lament
his Uttfc Yet they have a atrong hope, that
through the faith which he possessed in tbe Ko.
deemer, and bit iofleaible honesty and integrity
through life, be inherits the promisee.
" " L'emmunicattd.
Salitburti Vices, t VAmirf V.'7..".-Cottoi
li to U cent,, corn 25 to 50, beef 2 to 3, but
ter 10 to 12, flour 3.73 to 4 per barret, wheat 40'
to 65, Irish piuatoe
ittaioe 25 to 30, s eel do.,20 to 23,1
12 to 15 - coffee IT to a2, salt l.vO,
:spun cloth 15 to 23, whiskey 80 to
to 1.25, bffntsp
23. bacon 8 Jo 10. . ' . JA,
fknrir.itn. Feb. 15 Cotton 9i to 10 cents.
flour 5 a 5 i, wfiink ey, 27 a Al.bacon 7 to 8. hama
9 a JO, be-t kind of bagging 20 to aait wito
50,corn4aa43,coffce Uto 1 4.....-N. Carolina
bank bills two per cent. discount j O'eorgia, U
J; C'gfMrt. The msrket has been steady the pat
Week a"l to tUJ ct. for Uplands principal
galcf 9 ;iVreiflr-of good for tot4Vd-i 4
aome inatahce 10 J i" planters branda and very J
fine parcels will comiyiar from 10J to l cents,
The latter description are scarce and in request. I
ly lieht, and owing to transactions having been
limited, we anticipate a very fair busioess the
ensuing week. .U. " i- ' ""''.
Flours The most that hat been done In this
article has been on speculation. Large sale of
Howard Street Flour ha been made atg.'ij
- -fsTTrPive eargoei of Nurtfi'Carolin fta've-"
fitrlved Miree oor J4sr,-nd tltaftgea hatid at vi
Wp AJf.swy from jDetrpn the i 8th inftan ap
Jtw, prenMee Hoy, named Uran$ tlhttnet?.
I tjereby forewarn all persottsfrom employing or
hw boring liiin la any; manner .whatever, a f
thall etiforce the law On all who iloes. 5 cent
reward will be given to any pewen who will
deliver raid runaway to me again, j
" fJncofo emnty, Feh. 18, 13"t1. - SttO
V .An ApvTcnVlce
TO the P'intiiig-hHinm is wanted at the
office of the Western Carolinian. An in
rli;renf active voune roan, 16 or 17 years old,
will be taken on very advantageous terms; if "ap-
yrjeation is Soon, yaniwry liiir
In'lfif Town nf Snlistjiiry, for tnk,
t f" IN peopfrly is p'fn,nl,y Mnt'eJ
;! 1, H In i!(e mi afr !!! pa t f ll,aj
Jua, 'mJ it ery aniiil.le fuf a Hii
fm,!y. 1 he lot pcio'is std frmiaiot a very '
julrl-n, tiit, ffi'i h ir,- Wibry. The
ttrnw ttn h rm I tv, a, m ti i.f lU pM
chate mmiev ran h .id iy notf )q the tWi.k,
Ibe imial ler-ri, uf arrtmTi'.Ufl.Mi. I'eit
wiktiing tu put, h,e,ft1 a,p'r Mr. F.. A l
nion, or In D..mJ r,f:!J.rl , (.h.. k a...
thonaed lo nikke lair.) aJ hf frr?.4c be
lnwwii: n4 c. t'SL,-
A MS fl N'.. ahs.n ,t, .n rn ay,t!. Ifiit,
yl'imo. H M r, an I 0 vrira
1 aajJt I liJtil SSVa I Bl Ki.diK 1 11 M. - a . a
. a a a ; . . .
itmM (MMW, fmi u r , i4
wire hair, b.var.1 331, AfJJ hrrtj
a pity they had not Ijn m.k- been M aid '
wwiVfrtrWwi1.mMrftMtft anJ a brlktB 6
heart. I caution aH p"t.Mi on 9 harVor or
trust my njwnrthy bybai .l, f,r he ITia.id.rtd
shoal f,t!0J of my proptrty bef.Kt be abend.
. ' LLV IITt.
. ( fy9. Ff&: '2 1830. ,ti!0
Journeymen C'aliinot Jlakers.
WASn:i, one or U'j-mnieyn,'r?. Cabinet
tUkerai to hom g.KMl ajct and eon
stant employment ii be iriven
- . uon trio wijopsoN."
$tWitiirv, Ftk ifiA, 1310. CH
. C M rulril Id m 1, II a. .a.
W l e, at Uuiku eMiM. i. .ki.
.afnienl f Cerlkin debia thewln T
, ha! proceed to sH fo the hibrat
bidikr. u MJ-ganton, o- lh 2 d dr of WrrH
awxtrtaufwrior Cjrt ,eek) the fu'.lm.g -property,
vis , A r,'! er ,i,d, titua't abr'ur.J
two mitrt routh fniia H(,.uiut th4 .),e
pubric rvsd lea.Jiiig fr.iiu Morgantun . ItmheN
forttoni and on whir.h ths -J J. f. errlio
now tivet eo)tning five hundred a:t, f.ior !:
or bf. Alan, the ondiiidrd ha of mi lin
drvd ami forty atrea trct of U"d granrd to
M. Dnt'ani ai d Wm. J. ( raig, bemg Cr g'a
part, j'rfninr tn,h Dnrsey, on tli ak'er of
Silver Cfetk.abwuuix Bl;(l.t fm y,it(,wr
or CoH rr cion i the roaj runui fr.m M.irsan. 1
ton ta Uu!herfodton runs tbrougb a part of thie "
; t)n the ftst Tract. Ihrre la an excellent lWk -Dwelling.
Ilotite, and k.trden r,f the ame, and
all neceaoary Out bmldir-rei fine meadows In
btgti cultiratiou aid guod repair. .Tbe other
traol ie chiefly wod 'and t pertnn hi wih to
pttrchase, fan examine the premises b aplir.
Uon to J. H. Jtevelie, or the atibMyib r.
. Aln, nine likely r.'i;OUif coniii.tiiiir of
tmrrrTrometrmdtt.iWrf nr iiid "conCd. raW"T
other property, t onitmg iinck, houw h" 4
ami kitchen furniture of uptrior quality v and a
Valuable Library, . . , J
. jThe CunJition of tlie ales, isj f e tj iands
twelve months rrttlit; the Negroes and other t
i.fMelv, aia lii Wrffiiiii) ths :5jcri.
ocr a ooiiu turn approve j rf iick v - - " ?
-rr-'-r sj." r-.-rrAirr, x tus -.:T
ri'v roM s- -i stio-
iiuikt CoUTllyliriJullwolj.w,- --
aalobrious air, and a variety of Mrd:cl W'aierr, ' .
via j Linifstone,.Chhbeate,HirprMir, Magnr.f ;v .tC
Firetnm?i- Icc.-thts'timaTrnn-ii surpan'd tf '.T "
nooev-The-vaJlev 4n 4he Turner Cmrr.ia iir."
roudxI by-Mswoin -wftreb ftavf-g very toi "
manlo appearano t they-n'cl a beat.
tfj iiWrw ay yisTiee to tk
an ainng. in a rarnxgr, or on tior.bark, ca
have quite a plea's nt road for sterl mites.
This noted si (nation lies thirty toilet a est of
Morgantnn, and six miles from the Western roaJ
Id A.-htvillei Ibe Cn road take ofTat Capu
Jamtf McDowell's, of tho f learnt Gardens
where persons can get every i.ifiirmatinn neces.
aaryi and is ben they arrive at Worn! Lavn, in
tbe Tnrkey Cove, wdl meet wiih gnod accom
modations, and every neceary attention from
the subscriUr, who flitters himself he iil ba
able to make it quhi; a pleasant retrm', to S
who vimt him JAS. II. t. .HtF.NI.tE.
Jawarf 30A. WO.
05f the 27th dy of March next, at the house
of Peler Tien, in the county of Davidaon.
by virtue of a Deed in Trust, to me exre.uicd by
the said Tice, for the purposes therein mention-
ed, I shall proceed to expose to public sale, the
valuable tract of land belonging to the said
Tlce, containing two hundred and thirty three
acres, more or less i Ivirg on Abbott's creek.
kdloinin? Jaeob MiK'k. Charlca Tice. arnt ,ilh.
iersi which land cimtatiw a valuable tit' and
Saw lliU-or the gieatot part of tbax ourchaae
money, the purchaser crt have credit, by giving
a bond, payblo at the Cape Fear Bank, Salem,
wjin approvea secunues i paiance, casn, or auca
may be willing to giverr Further conditions tot
be made known on. the day of sale. ,
! JAMES WISKSlAN.Tnalee.
-JUnt4m comtj, Feb. 13, 1830.; r-5t'll
Wts)UTV Ttx Weturiis
VKMAiVFw.t. skich- emit provided,
siuo'4wgnM five iwticc.tbat Le i .
r.ly:lfimfi&C. ftt JtlljWmBttbl vvjmv t
Friday, lTe 5i or.'Iarch next af er which day,
tne wqtnrmg--inra irtore (irprriary m-wo
of procedure" be: resorted to) the Return of
FoTJi'intt -RSkf EstatersiibJ?ct to a Corporation) 'r
Tai in tbe Town of Salistjury. , -
All tenements. Lots and Lands within the
limita of lite Town i and all free male persons
between the ages of 21 and 45, and all slave,
male and female, over I? and under aO years of
age, resident in the town on the 1st day of .
Feb'v. i nit are requ'rred to be returned,
2103 , , fiHLO W1HTK,
! ' Magutrate i Pelieti ' "
FeLrunry VTth, 183X . - -,
. ... ... . . 7 -v.wt.i!.
f' cverr1 dea.-.ription, nfctty rrrintetK STfJP
kept fwIeat ttis Oi?1??; , , .
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