Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
July 13, 1830, edition 1 /
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O.tMrOTFflE. , .
, , Ho many bright
And iptert ii 1 tan? ih'ute In beaveri's temple
ZZ hitfht ' '.
.tHyhvh Mi golden un, her moon the n'ghr, '
Her fiVdl an'I rt hiring stars thr auiexyi
$o framed Ml by tp Ir ivreetor might, c
.., ' ' diet :
Ther burn. and with therB burn . air, nd
To distant hores. ivl Ue would M and wctp
JVo Combination and a Free Trade.
EARTHEN WARE k LOOKING GLASSES.
TItOS. 3. BAIUIOV, ' CO.
Importers, 88 Woier-Strtdt JV. KorJt,
OFFER for isle 1,000 Package! Rsrthenware,
G Las, China and Lnokmy G ijisrtc com.
istnr the most complete assortment eveiofier.
ed M thlt" market, d which will be. repacked
to the Country Merchant tt tntr lowest price.
Comi(AM4 ff uUunf the pnc ei at uroca.-
err. in thiir city we have been made the un.
jects of a most intolerant peraecution, the ob
ject of which ii nothing leal than t& entirtndn
m4 'jTfnlinfm the -frwwanrr
been assailed aa mm of integrity ana uirueai.
f V' Oh, tell him 1 hare it these three long hours,
Countin he Wearv hea'inrs of the clock, .
; Which 3owlpertioied out the protnia'd time
' that brought himmn iu d:cm me who m
Of afl afflictiona tanjht a loer yet,
'Til tur the barticat acienci- tofjet.
flrt IE lubacnbep pepeetfully inform bit ca-
' JL totoera, and the pablic, that be bu
itiaovED ins stohh
-? littA (iiiM wt anaciwia bWtntri 4tt ftnuhed
td tttrd up in moat elegant 1'yte wipertor to
nv f the town : It ta the aland formerly oned
. . i . -r . i n ri r .
tna occnpiea vj mawii'jic, htoi view, cn.i
zlz.:k 's.w M ftfett f doorifrom the Coiirt-Huiue,
ait aide I Where the ttibicriSer honi-g fo re.
r . Ctl ealla froni bia old ciiatomers "! alt olhera
rbo are dfjliroui of bnymg thiap GOODS.
The Manufacturing of STILLS and
TM PlATE WARE,
made of the beat materials am! in the most sub.
rantialand faahionable atvla nf wurkman-tiip;
Iruajneai! to ment tne patrwwge oi me public.
J). . CRRSS.
i. N Inatitution, endt r the above title, for f e
"USL malca exchiaiely, will be commenced on
, Monday.Vuly 19. 183-J.
The eonrte of invtruction will include 8pe
iKng, Reading Wpitmy. Arithmetic, Englikh
Crammar, Geography with the the of ibe Ulubea,
Hirtory, Botany, Chyrtiatry, Natural Philoaopby,
Aitronemy end BelUa Lettreat Moaic, vocal
nd Inatnimtntal Drawing, and Painting, w
ft nn a acDarate department.
-'. Aware of the indi.apenaable necessity of pro-
"ibrtionini the nutLber of iftMrticteri to tht of
1 wleV b aubwibeuPuicipa!. pledget him-
awU t. etloy !MoapieaVaHiaUiit.;jM. fooa jM
- hit arhoel etceeda tweaty. and another for eve
: tf ad.btwnal le?rty. -'
theae which have heretofore preraiitd in this
section of the State.
Arranirementa will be made, aa soon aa poM
ie, for tbe reception of Boarders by the Prin
cipal t they can be received immediately, on
ttoderate terma, into reaped Kle families.
' ' y ur.o. L. BAKER. -
. JW7A, 1R.T5". 22
AMi NEW GOODS.
If. II. Uackttt, and Samuel Lcmly,
WAVING formed a Copartnership in the
JML Mercantile Buaineaa, under the firm ,of
Itiukttt ti-UmUji bej leare to Inform tbeir
frienls ami the public that they are now re
ceivtiijf and bpemnjriiIThe' House lately occn
p'wd by Daniel U. Crew, Oi) .Main street, direct,
ly oppoaite;. Mnrp'.iy'a, ' general and haod'
ajmeortmenlof '-. '
nurchMwd for cash, in New-York and Phila
delnhial of the KJmi imiortationtt Which they
will aril as low at (food ran be h:id in this part
.rt.i.inf kA alt mun fnav -vriHfi ta
More Xe U Tasoaal)Ac
ran ti r ..htrrihrr cominuea to keep op
JL large aud full supply of almost erery kind of.
suited to all season of the year: Ana is
M.:vin nt nneninr. "at hia. store-m
a ,.l.nrv -ulilitlnnsl unnlies of the latest im
rrsa4ut trans ' ali rt bp himself with care, and
bought on the best terms for cash, pari m Pttl
kleiiMlial but orincioallv KNe Tolflti : Which
are offered on the lowert terms for eaah, or'.on
hort civdit to Dunctusl customers, . The pub-
lie are Invited io call, examine, and judj;e lor
AWiV.Wu 5th. 1833.
N. B. Uackctt U Lem'y have a lot
DSCK OI t..... K . ,4;l;nt .rt.ntion. to I
lib , "v
.ti- .j DI..L.n:.. "-r ' - -
meir siore, no nnninm .ivwry uih.hiiiii im,,A. nf the same.
uL : l . l 1.. II.. r.t lh. I 7
friendt, with racks and troughs, convenient Lr
hitchiiiK and feeding li"rsa. :
hopes, by a diligent attention, to met it a con-
Hniitburu, j)prtl, 1230.
mm,mem .ij3t.m:... i- - w..-..-... .ji i nm strua-sa nurTnr TawrrT-ni tun Bf HUUlu I . i - V 1 n . a wAn mil lIllfUIT
t..,.u..h hve beiTn all atoi.ned f inT oTZ. i.t siPHT i t r", "T TTT: . 'a
cons queitce m I treats thrown nut la uie Alan-
uJicturers 13 bigUnU) so iiiat we ove oeen
obfiffed tn employ Agents in Liverpool to make
our DUrcbasei in suoli a manner that our names
would not anoear in the transaction all the
fac li'U i attendant up oblaininn credit for oor
importations are denied to u.', and notlunfr hut
cah in Liverpool will obtain for us our needed
supplies of ware.- We are suff, ring these hard
aliiDsinihe Ch're of the Merchant: ind Con
turner of this description w sxxia, no tens man
our own, and to then., as our last retort, we come
for aid and assistance i so tjng as we are ena
bled to sus ain ourselves ag-ims' more than forty
men. who have combined to brinn about our
ruin in this unheard of manner, we will continue
to aell our goorta Free and inUfpendent at ovir
own ratts fir Cath r appvtil 'y acttptaiutt
THOS. J, BAKHU'.V, UO.
83 Water Ktreel, above Old-slip
w. nnilC subscriber offers for l.ile
-i JL" thirty or forty thousand a vei
of Lmnd, aituated in Aslte cnurrty,
... ., j I. C. adjoining Burke county on
the touth, and the Tenneee line
on the vevt and north. This land is surveyed
'IT into tracts of from 800 to 1200 acres each,
and the quality of each tract to ewtifed to by
the surveyor, who baa made a plat of his survey
which may be seen on application to Mr. White
In Sanabu'ry, Ma, C. C. Henderson of Lincoln
ton, Mr. Thos. J. Forney of Burke cotmty, or to
ubtcriber in Aheville, Buncombe cnttnty. A
large portion of this land U as good aa any in
the State. . Ltatt ore haa been discovered on
- -alifTereot parU ot Uie eurvey t and gild has be en
found adjacent o 'it i the climate ia the moat
Bealthy and delight fuTio the wurldj and at no
very dUunt day, thia mountmia region of North
Carolina must become the favorite part of the
tate-jsthe land ia welt timbered, and finely wa
tered, rhe tracta marked 1st quality ail) be
old at 75 cents per acrei SI quality, at 50
centa i and 3d duality, 40 cents per acre. The
piymenta may be made in four yearly instal
ment with interest until paid i and the subscri
ber will give bond to make till on payment of
"" the roofif y and mtercet
More New and Clie:n Hooks.
TURNER k HUGHES, at the North Carolina
Commission Book Store, two doors above
the Pt Office, have on band at all times a gen.
era! iMortment of Booki. embracing nearly
every thing in the variou departments of Sci
ence, Literature, Stationary and Engravings.
Public, pnva'e and,aocal Libraries, and thos
who hoy tu aell again furnished at unumallj) low
pjictt. AH orders thankfully received and
punctually aHendtd to,
1 ne.folluwiiig are among the works, just re
M CoikiITi!bater'I)ktio.niry. ahridj:?.4,in poe.
vol. K -)l ocuvo, price f,b. " in laying tins
work bifore the public in its preaent form,
-.MidfiHCtahave h?9n .4ve.d 10.make.it a com.
.pltle defining and pronoimcing Pictionar)' for
"general me. ASotir 16,000 word? and be
tween 30 and 40,000 dt-finitions are contained
in this Dictionary, which are not to be found
. in any similar work."
Henry's Exposition of the Bible, in Calf and
3'iecp binding, in 6 large ii vols, with a pre
face by Doctor Alexander, and recommended
by the most distinorshtrd Clergy and Luity of
the diflTrrrnt denominaiioni.
It ia peculiar for its deeply spiritual thoughts
and absence from sccUrun bins.
Cruden'aioncordince.la-thc. Uuly Scripture,
eoiupicte in one super royal Pro. vol, re-prin.
4disuia lheXjiarXiOidou CdltiDU ;.tn.s.up?r;
... fina.Lapct.ajtd ne'tiv'typeriJKanli . ut.'Hi
4 thousH.I errors Jiiaiing in JliC London I'opv
have been corrte l hi the udition no iirt-
Octavo Uttiles for family use and aged persona
the handsomest ever printed.
Bishop llnriie's'lnt reduction to the Study of the
Clarke's and Scott'a Commentaries, late edi
tions. English Common Law Reports, and many o'h.
ers, r nibrHciftr'wo1c)f Tmvt, 'Mrrhctne, - llu.
H-ilrtgS, iune . T3tr. T5tr
-Xcvr ev StMre.
CLAY Ii AM) . TOK1IGVCB.
M. CLA1THND and A. TORRENCR,
havi ie formed a copartnenliir) in the
Me rcantile Business, under the ab'ove firm, beg
Usve respectfully to inform the inhabitants of
alibriry and the aurrounding country, that
they have just returned from New-York and
Philadelphia, with a beautiful aiwrtment of
New Sttte, Fanci and Staple
which have been selectee) from the Vatest im
notations, and will be offered at a very small
advance for caih. Purchasers arc invited to call
and view thrtr arsortment.
Sutitbury, .1p'it 5, 1830. 14
No ofcY Vie " ni off."
THE Xottaaml accounts of A, f orrence, and
A. Torrence k Co. are placed m the handi
ofC L. Torrence, for collection j and 1 would
advise those interested, to call on him he fore ten
thgt hefore May Court. A. TORRENCE.
Jpril 17M, lrt3Q, 15
LIST OF LETTERS
"If j EMAINING in the Post.0ffice.at Salisbury,
N. Uaroliua, 1st day of July, 18.0.
Gpo. L. Baker 2
.;han Brown 2
Poet. John BeckvaitU
John Ba.s ,
Mrs. Sarah Butlur
Patrick Harry 2
xtm: Vegzy B-bii '
Hw. Kobt.L. Caldwell
Wm. D. Calient
I'l omas Cliaffin"
B P I laden
John II. Hart
Rufai II. Johnston
Kti Ksrroif -
Rbt'fri Lister "
Henry tf Lamer 2 -Jacob
M iry Laifib
A Xew MftW lloutt
FKOSl RAI.EIOfl TO SW.tSBCRT.
Httl turned eoptri.'
nerthlp, a WattA '
nd ClKkMqktrt, Silver
mith and Jrwe'leri, fot
the purpose of earrjing ojj
tbe business, in all its va.
riou branches, in the towit
of Salisbury. . Tbey decu.
r. the Aira hhojt, built by Jame B, Hampton(
. ..at a.. It . . U m' w '
adtltung P awemngon none urett, e or r
doors south of the Cotirt-House. .-
they wl$MK?2ly KwtatlhntL of Watch
is", Clocks, and.T4me-PlcCi:i;:ind warfantlliierri. . ,
to perform wtlli Ano ate prepared to mantjfae. V
ture, and will keep on band for sale, all detcripi
tiona of Silver Ware, auchai Spoons," Ladle v
a ill bT p.wiVp nf ei'rtutei
crufdinff to direttiolvs.-......,,,.,....
r-"a-WA,t -iaiSiteinrnr'JFW'Ef JtVvnPiwatfWl
i, B""-""' r ; .... - r
COiSUW w '1WUU I'M tow lot tuaaj. -r-f:
JAMES B. IIAMPTOJJ.
SaU,burff, Jpril "A 1330, .; . . 13
James B. Hampton tenJenthia ffateful ti ;
knowledgcmei.ts to the public, for the. libera
patronage hitherto eitcnuud to hiirself iruUviit
uaiiy; and retpectfully anksa continuance nf t
to the firm of which he ,is partner. N. V,
l li.se indebted to him, are earnestly desired t,
liquidate their account aa soon aa powblei it
his new arrangement make it n;cef!-jL-y ulj
scores should be tettled up. v.
STAGE KIREl S5, )
UNDER this arrangement, the stajje rtns
twice a week, and goes through in two
dayt each way. The accommodation is good.
PaVtengers who are travelling from Raleigh to
Salisbury, or Tennessee, or South of Salisbury,
will find this to he the nearest, cheapest and
most expeditious route West of Raleigh. Pa,
senpreri who are travelling from Salisbury North,
will find this route, by 1hr way of Raleigh and
Petersburg, to be the nearest, chtapest and
most expeditious route that can be travelled to
the North, by . two dayt. A passenger who
travels this route from SalUbury by the way of
Haleigh and Petersburg, to Washington"' City,
will go it in five day a, and will sleep three nights
out of five all night.
The Contractor will pledge himself to keep
first rate Mull Coaches, and good g nt)e hornes,
and drivers of the best kind; and he will spire
no pains in trving to render 'hose who patroi ise
htm, comfortable and safe through his route.
Passengers who are unacquainted i'h 'his
route, will secure seats by application at Mr E.
P. Guion's Hotel, in Kalei;li nd t w. Wiihum j
II. Slaughter's Hotel, in Salisbury . "
The stages will leave Salisbury every IVed- J
neday and Saturday, at 8, A. M. a:id arrive m
Raleigh every Thursday and Sunday .7, P. M. and
will leave lUlcigh every Wednes lay and Saturday
6, A. l. ami arrive at Salisbury every Ihursday
snd Sundy at 7, P. M.
iifOaGE WILLIAMS, C;iiracfr.
J,:vr 14 1 830. 25 f
So favorable , an appqrtunity for obtaining
food and cheap farms, wa never before oiler-
ed in '''thStf 'tat'e.'&Th thle d the land is in.
-diaputbU 4rron.v, deed will be givca to
urchaierx. Apnltcation for fnrtbrr imorma-
tion.and for pnrcUaajng any part of thee lands.
' cs n oe made to Mr, W bite ia Salisbury, Mr. C.
-C. Henderson in" lincolntort, Mr. TIm. J. For
J, Jtef of Burkt eountv, orto the subscriber.
. JUliN' BROWN.
. N. B. I he subacriber also offera about 50,000
fierce of land in Buncombe and Hay wood coun-
Itctw Many of these landa contain some of the
RESr EC'PFUI.LV inform his customers, snd
. Uie.M!1'!.g.tite,tily, tht hc.JiM.r.eniQvtd
bis MlUP, to the building formerly occupied by
Lowry and TempWton, nd more rrccnUy by
"'" 'V lUmpmo- i . Tui nrfShnn; i.n
"Il.-IA . . J.t . fc. T.t . J.-y-ifa- - t...fm -, - --"iM'taTirJfnsj-vtiijsi
titae. the subscriber will bepreTiareU u base i Za;i auRw
. ,aome of these tracts to companic who mlirht be
Hispoaed to work the valuable mine ot iron,
tu aheady IcaacJ out tote of thr trajctivsand
iU had fair offer for the sale of other. Any
yrt of these html will be sold, very low i and
VarraaifC title made to purchase ra, J.rwn.:
Driving-to Faytttecillc, y
WILL find it to their advantage, to stop at
the Wars 1'orsL where every eon.
- venienc is provided for Man and Hone, to make
tbem comfortable, at tbe moderate charge of 25
cent a day and tMCrht, fhf the privilege of the
lard, the use of a good houses fire, water, and
elielterr. Attached to the Yard, are a. Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread 8 hop and Confec
tionary, and a Houe fljr Boanlen and Lodgers,
In. a plain, eheap wholaaomo and comforV
bWyie.-Jyrita 11228. II
A fl. od to inform his friends and
lfiiie puoiic generally uial nc luts
r noui 2 or
In the tow n of Concord (formerly owned by T.
V, Canon) where he will be grateful for patron
age. He. pledget himiM.lt to uie eery exertion
t. make travellers comfortable. Hit stab ley
shall be a: tended with attentive hosh-r- his
table snd bar with the beat the market can af
ford. - RTAlf P. ilAHIUS.
Cencs'rf, J.int 30, 1830. 3mto7
CYock for ftae.
HIE s i'V.riberd have a first rate Brasa-CIock,
which they. will aell low.
HAMPTON k PALMER.
Main street, the est aide, a few doors from the
tmirt-Houae, in the town ol Salisbury ; Where
he is prepared to execute all descriptions of
after the neatest fashions, and on the shortest
notice ; and is prepared to make all kinds of
Clothing in the first rate 'style, having iu his
employ ix or seven first rata workman, which
enables him to do work on the shortest .notice,
Dauisl Coleman 2
John A. J. Canibeil
J isenb pjbbins
i Mary Podd
Jacob Freeze' 2
Joit pli Forcom
I.t wis & .t no. Eoiitz
Stc'y. Fulton Lodge
Jtibn L. Graham
Henry B. Glensxu 5
F. K. Gibaon
J jlin Gioboni
Albert R-. Oarnett -
Pnvi 1 Macinakin
Rev. Josiah H, Powers
IJy. or P. Peck
Lucius J. Peck
Charlotte G. Rhodes 2
John T. Heed
Robert O. Kusale
Kami. P. Knwls
Rlcrd; Rotinson, Jr.
llehj. W. Simmon
Thoi. J. Htarr
M illism Sims
W'm. S. Simoiiton
Wm; p. hrorkrorr -
II IE snbHcriber of. GiX
tor taJn vtnc w-Crowi-
mond Ei uirer and National fniehigencer.
are retfieated io ttop an advertisemen', s.gnej
by me, for a Teacher, to lake charge of a school
in this place, and to forward their acconnis for
payment. STEPHEN L ITRRAND.
June nd, 1830. Sitf '
' a .Veat iNen',
In the Town of Salisbury, for sale.
rmj 1 113 property j pleasantry htnacd -.it
in the most agreeably part 0f thij
town, and is very s-iitable for a MuaJl
family. The lot is -ipacious , and contains a very
good garden, with much rare shrubbery, Tho "
terms can be mae easy, as the most of the pur
chase money can be paid j note in the Bank,
on the iiaual terms of accommodation. Person
wishing to purchase, can apply to Mr. E. A;lc
mong, or to D nid F. Cal Ivu H, Ksq, (who it au
thorised tu make ink,) and the terms can be
tnowu. II. C. WNS.-
feA'y. 2n(,, lh0. OS
To tioi sMinTsr
fWHE wt!cri!o having chtaiugd a Patrntia
drr'a fJretk, on the- iniir Tt.ad learlmg-fmrrrf- tt-J 'n Yorkvili. rioef..CreeiiaSoroug5
SaWiurv to Spartinourh Court House, Souvh
CarnKns, 4 mit? 1r:i n "TiBen widerV Turnace,
If. iii!e.iT3i..LiacQltoa'.i4 .il.mtes frorn
Yorkvitle, Sontb-CaTolirra, due north, contain
ing NXnl Acres of land, of which 100 are now
under cultivation. Als , ihe Iron Work are in
complete operation. Savv-Mill, Blacksmith shop
anil all nece-sary buildings.
The Establishment almuridi in the fjrav, mag
netic, and red abut iron Ores, Which are deemed-
jut t(k bv .-Uperior jtdfjea a4 fa-f.it!
by -tn-1Sr theH1' pviamvi-The-piirJsife lay
and corrrenient. A yoke of oxen are stifFci-nt
to port the Coal aud Ore to ihe forge forthe
daily coiisumptioi. There has -Jut hetn duciv.
ered. recently ,-U' LP in con-tdcrable (pia'ititiea,
which bids fair to be valuable. This is m the
gold region of the c L-orated Kir.'s vl i i' iii
mint-, 4 miles d'lNtaitt, and for 7,j'.','i a siii pas
sed by no situation io this i inii . T!ne who
feel desirous of tlrdcilaki i in t'.c bt'sint s
would d i well to call on thr iiibrir)i-r sad vii w
the premises, and hear the con ii i is. a-t iie
feel anxious to remove to the Western part.
iCJ A good bargain can rn; had.
MiHES 'f. AUr.KM TIIY.
June .'i, 18.10. 4 .:8
the yeur lHi, for MH'h lor grinding l td
wadiitig Cre of Cold and o' her metals, and hi
plan having been generally adopted, fleemiit tie
rcisarv to eaotiou the public ugainat using ti
ila . Mills wi!li"ut u:a cous-i.t. i he subscriber
thinks it unnecessary to g.ve any description of
hia Mills, a they are in operation in variou1
parts nf the State. Hia Palents embrace Branca
and Ridge Gold. Liberal tern a will be cor ce
ded tu all who make early application fur rights,
and every information given on application. '
1WM. If FOI.GER.
ChxH-H't. v-v c m?
t it AL.
f$y. "i'i7',I-L be ,!J 11 Wi,k
dfVv highest tifdt. r it pob'ic on
done on very .moderate ferms,
All order, from a di-ttance for work, will be
most faithfully cvitrdi ecrTdinrtodireeucrrt.
,sn4.witiun.tJ5fs sortcM powW time
. ' T, S He has just received the latest I
from .Philadelphia and New-Yorki which, will
enable him io jmake..fine Coats, Itc. after tU
most approved style. 15
SiaStbiiry, ,lpnl ISth, 1830.
vZ or si Journevintii Tailors.
WHO are good workmen, and steady men,
wilt find constant employment, and lib
eral wages, on application to the subscribers in
Stateville, Iredell countrrN. C. ' '
. . LOWRY It LOCKE.
,', Statmit et Jme 3rA, 1830. , 3t28 : ; t
, 11L.INKS ' 'f
OF evefjr deacriptkm, neat!y printed, and
l lor sale at this. 0$,
Joseph Grsliam '
Wm. P. Graham
Pr. Kich'd Graham
John Hughes 2
satrr'tvenirrtiotl " n-ir TMsjrr)
Jame Hamilton - 3t23'
SAMUEL REEVES, P. M.
W illiam T,vlor 2
J ... E. Toji 2
Augustus Wil is 9
Pr. E. W. Wolcott
A. It Wtrner
TMF factorage and C mimiHsion bnsiness "of
Henry W, Conner will l. continued by the
?ubscriberi, under tne linn of H. W. Conner Cf
Co. from this date.
6ti9 . HF.NRY W. CONNER,
JOHN P. TAMl'LEf.
i Ch irltKitn, June 1, 18 'J.
-VJoUnn Ain aMakittg.
FT"HE subjcnber je-ipectfully informs the c'ni--M.--
o of Iv4dWrwd thsjdjteenfcoitrr'
tiats, that hf continues to carrv on, at his shon
tn- beiiriston, he buaiucss of Ma king COTTON
ui:-s-5, eij-iai io any mmutactured in the Lmlcd
iitaUamJetul,.- hi tiina -aie preferred to all
flinrra,-ny .Huiar. wtia haw.. t.itfv, tfirm. 1MJ
owiin csuafy, May dftuen, ISM.
fashions iv ' r, i":::: rirr . . . :
... t v v vicinal misLiiiuciii levKo. c ii ap
pearing to lha tatixfaction of the Court, that the
attendant Johu AChaffiu iilbt Tn InfiabTtaot
of this State, On motion of the Plaintiff by his
attorney j It is ordered by the Court that pub
lication be made for ait week in tbe Western
Carolinian, printed in Salisbury, for aa'rd John A.
Chaffin, to be and appear before the Justices of
our next Couruof pleas and Q tarter Sevions, to
be he'd for the county of Rowan, at tbe Court
House in Salisbury, on the 3d Monday in August
next, then and there to replevy or plead, other
wise judgment final wM be entered against him
for the piaiutifT debt and cost.. Witness Juo.
Giles clerk of our tail court at hi office, the
third Mo )(!v lj Mr, IgJO. 6t58
1 . - JPUN GILES, t.S
have found a ready sale throurhout a la'ue ex
tent cf country. His prices shall be ai reason-
ahle as t any other ihop i;i the Southern
All orders will he prompt'y sttended to, atul
Gii finished in the hnrtst pos.-ible time.
Hep wring of tiii.a will be done on the short
est n;ice, and in the most tubatantial manner,
by the public's humble servant,
J.Tinptn, 2S(A, 830r, , 21
Patriot .and lUleirh Reine r, wi.1 insert tlw
S6Ve advertisement In Vheif rrsiiic'ive-ppVr-for
one month, and forward llK-tr counts- fol
'payme'nt.". " "-r "" : WI'tt.rTrZ"
aa)fc Tract tf Land
J i t W'ilktsboro'ia
es, to the
out -cry ws
of that weir nrr.rfwrr"rr vttrwbftt-
VVncr f f.wid lying in a body on.t.IiK wateis dt
tile Yadkin and ReddieJ H'.ra, oh? mil? Kotik
of W'ilte.iboro' having thi?Kie half of a valuable
mi' niit attached to it. premises formerly
beh.- j,. d to Chn;itian Gord.i, late of s i ! ccua
ty, ill : ised. I he lerms of a -e, three in
s'amfils, one on the !5ih Pecen.her, lH.tO,
when pnsrssinn will br given, the other ttt'Uj
erjtia! annua! payments tlien af er.
Tun 'Ind, m. 7Z3I
fft, a Powef
'IITREA?, sometime herfe
of Attornev was jriven to
We W)orn. of thgtfrrmty-s and tni
Nnrth Carolina, by Pav Csti'j. 11 and Jne
rsmpBeTI TiTnVTfrTor Wrtnrt cndiKy.'antl its'?"
of lenncsce, in relation to the e.fate, hothreal
and personal, which raid Jane d rived Troni tier
father Hugh Montgomery, i!eceaed, of !)ali.
burv, N. Carolina! wlifii 1 power gave said
Wellborn full authori'y to roi.v.-y, Uc. nd
whereavsoid David a-ni Jam: have trauiferred
their interest in sai estate to William Mont
gnmcry Cowaii, Mry Formd W;Whirtr my
wife, Msrgaret 1-avimu Cain;ke!!, at'd Josepli
Warren Campbell, firytbcr ith full power tn
revoke raid Power iitAttortiey" KivennrTai'i
I Wcllburn And wlurea.. 1 am authoriied tr
nid WiiTiam Montoshcry Cowan", Mary Parnei
McWhirterj Msrjraret i.avir.ia Campbell, 'if
Joseph Warren Uauipbelt, to 3t for then in re
latum to Ihe alxVe bi-.!rtet: I l.fcriUy, liir hit t
sell and for the above; named person, revokV
the Power of Attorney given to said WelHinriw
and refuse to salify or confirm any act whkk
said Wellborn may hci ealter do by irtue of i
authority. - 1
P AMUFL C. McWHIRTE.n. J'fnU Vt
MtpiSUt, 1810. - 7t?8r . ;
rWlAKE.N up ai.lenlereda small
' JL bit torw'WfSr'sRi to'he-si t
vevrf orw viwi ' r y fr"a3
praised at ten dollars, no marks or
brands perceivable. The. owner ran him
by ca.ung an t1ielwVrib;wi3 paying eaptft-e-
' . WILLIAM S.. NOIIMENT.
,fertenirir ee. .V. C. Jime 4, 18Ju. 4i T5
Writing Wrapping Paper,
MAMUr AUHKLD at the Salem Paper-mill,
for sale, on moderate term, at this office,
A Cook Vaittct. . .,,
fQR one that can come wetl recommended
t for induatry and cleanlitie,a good price
will he riven.. Wanted, also, a bey about twelve
ffariof ige. Applv J thi Qflic;,
Aivtv r.giit U.vjts.vtVz
TT AN AW AY from the til-iriii)j:r.anthe?9
JiVV of Msy, 1 83d, an indoniaM ap(reiificc hBTi
by the name cf Levi Hirikle.- . lie ia about'
ttrrWsM;s-as f -air , has -t1 hie.,.-n 1.
I hatbor ng laid absconding apprniijcv. t
n-v?r h rlVnry,"J;ifie 3d. 1 H It)." V-'ti.f
Stnre o.Ytrth CureCinti, Burkt cuury: "
Ln r cf Plea and Quarter Se".inns, Ar-
terra, 18,10: Charlt Carson f. Jaon V
Wilson. Original Attachmant levied i thdere
by Ci.urt, that lil!icVion be 'maJe f" l
wee a a, m the Wt stern Canilinkn, for the ds;
femlant to appear at our next Coun of plesi s
quarter beioni, to be held for Buike etMintf
t the Court Houie in Morgat.ton,ontbe fooro
M&ndajr of July next and plad or replevy, ouV
erwiae judgment Jjr defaulvfinal will be eetertf
upgaiitbiti. - foil .
1 T1JJIMI1S EawiN.cr.
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