. The Southern Times and the South Carolina
fetate Gaaette, have been amalgaiita'ed. and the
jpipar ii published now at the ' Vimes and Ca
?ette," utiJsr the superintendence, of Mr.
H-Morris, a native, cf .South Carolina, and a
gradia'-e of Columbia College.
The ability ani zeal of Mr. M'Mdrr'.a have
keen sufficiently attested in the conduct ufthe
"Soiirfiern Times. The principle of the consti
tution have been ebqientlv suained in its col
- until, and have nodoutu, thst, thrtwgli theiF
-inflJence"niTich-tnre knowledge of -the proper
jolicy of.ihe National government will b cs
s7mTrtareij, which cannot faTlTo work a reform-
" we hve to restore lite government tt it i
f Ve must' pvye'tbftte1S;Hta'o:lJ
riven at the Manun Hotel, at the Anniversary
' CcftbraVion Tr.-'iLfs p'tacl, v.l.VJj w".U be
. i , ,
We insert to-f!ay part tot' Iheproceedings at
the Anniversary Celebration at Lincolnton.
for the woi.t of room we have been compel!-
to defer the publication of the baUr.c till the
Beat paper- -'-.-.-,-
The udmntagtt of Xewipifiert.TQ convince
the c .immunity of the advantages which are to
fee derived from a regular and attentive perusal
gf nr w?ppcrs, we only reqnest parents to give
one of their children tree access to them, and
JsUr the rest a sight. The former will be
intelligent, agreeable and instructive, whiM the
Utter witl( really, be ignorant, bashful and un-
peasant in companv
'"'"1li1toii"B<'Soty';,,8 k annual
maetin?; on Saturday, the I7th of August, at
Citipn church, 5 miles east of SBl'ubury.
, Tltc Members of the Society are requested
gregi' ion geMeulSy are inv ited to attend.
Rev. John Uobinson, I). D. of Cabarrus w ap
peinted to preach a sermon n thfroecton.
" JtSSIi RANKIN.
in The ninth Anniversary of the Iredell co
Bible Society, wilt beheld in Statesville, on
I.SUIIV " - f, -- 1 '
that a discourse will be delivered by tins Rev.
Thomas Espy, snd that auMn'ssci 'willW inid'e by
two or three otlier pet sons. As the Bible cause
vi advancing in our State, with a progress truly
encouraging j and as this w ill our last annual
meeting previous to the expiration of the Great
National Supply of two years ; it is peculiarly
deiral,!e, that nil . our memlKr ami friends
. jboitld. favour
;ie commence at 11 oclock.
" rtlinTyfriii; Suuatj
Sink" . Jut'j fi'lSIL.
" Voluntccf'toasls" 'drank
Celebtation iii this place
J..,. By. Ur..Smith,tTutflr al.t'ha4)el.lIUI :--Xrth
...:Ttu, it .,M.m .... ,n i ,
alitv, her h
IWIJlliSlllTt U "wiini ill w vikvii
'.r. Clayland : The memory of Patrick
By ft. CrteYOur Cht!ty;'t1i prt65"anff
t03irri7Hrt'lTCxrqttita : May tjie peopte-pf
this stste, in their choice of representative for
he ai'ching Lcgiihaure liave an ee to
those who will be willing to lend uu able tuiul
to ji lieve her fioin her pnetnl pecuniary tn-
Kv Cbtrles Savage : Henry Clay. C
My C ol. I'. While : The people of AVestern
Carolina: a fair specmu-u ol tthal Aincticjii
freemen thould be,-corll in thoirfritrndahijis,
democratic in their principles; seldom permit
ting merit to remain long unnoticed, they never
suller talent and tnier.irmo to go aay un
rewarded. By Q. tV. Brown: The ctay e celebrate i
tnay each succeeding anniversary incresue our
Stsl and patriotism in its t;aue.
By Mjj. McClelland . The tnator of the day.
tiy Jmt -k tT?mg-r-fe' -STwr-e iY.etntm-.
Bjiirptssed by noiie, equaTI-f by few.
B Thomas Mull, Jr. To the Generous and
Bv F. Slater . The Survivors of 76.
By D. F. Caldwell: Political infamy to the
rnai who endbavours toinculcate the tentiment,
that we have nothing to hue, but every thing
to gain, by a dissolution -of lUm Union. -
By Maj. McClelland s Our old-friend and
OftffiDamon. Gen. Suikea.
By B. Craict i -TW VaU..'nt and...Vk
toa tbi wtsTsaw caaoui
Agreeable to prertwis'arrangenietits, the citU
Xwis if the Jersey' settlement, and ethers as
sembled together at Tinkston's Store on Satur.
day, the 3d July, Capt. Smith being nominated
martial of the day, fjfmed a procession and
marched to a beautiful Grove, where the Dec
laration of Independenc was read jr Tt$(k.j..
f : figbsiTi4rTO4itirtrfr-!legat aa4.Krtpnu
priale Ot ation wu delivered by Duct. Burgi-s L.
Beall, after abich a large timber of persons
partook of dinner. The cloth being removed,
-the toastl - preparear3,TriC'"n ''r
drank with cold water, with appropriate fcel
1. Thaday we Celebrate: may Its annual re
turn be marked with such evenuof reprocal in
interrst and feeling, as declare to the world,
Americana crane not to feel as freemen.
2. George Washington The man who filled
the tneantrt of his country' glory, his nam and
his works will reach to the latest generation.
4 Cheer. b
3. The President of the United States May
the eternal power that waa bis shield at New
ftrlean, tcier forsake Wm af Wsshington. 2
4. The Yfce Fres'ent ef rVe United States.
5. American Liberty i QoJ'i gift, natures
right s may licentiousness fce bsni-hed from her
presence by temperance. - 2 Cheeri.' -
6. North Carolina t Distinguished from her
sitter s ates, tor her early patriotism and inde
pendence. 4 Cheers.
7. The American Militia t The ifo-guard of
lives, fortunes and liberty, and the protection of
" Beauty and Booty 2 Cheeri. .
fl. TrMHttmviny Revolutionary Patriots With
their associate in ermai They fought and bled
fof the independence -we no enju'y Whilst liv.
m&ite Jf nave our craaraSaitidairectwa s and
ttleaded, a grateful peoplu will not forget'
them. $ Chtrs, ' ; .
9. -Charles Carroll j The n!v urv'mtfrner-
S.Ltbe great Charier of AmariatiLBM!,.
The American Presa: May virtue be its
.xrUrTtf Const irtMf the' trmfed" State r
..iL JreierxewwiAiaxUeqaau t jjUW.iw
juruvj andiotWover.iw!ettby the mmorrtv-.-
Pire?athvsthat purchased tnl;wj&w;cbaib
i m .iiiiciitan rair. 4 necri.
The following are aitionj the volunteers that
Lave been culhxted.;
My the President of the dav 'm. Monre : Our
Elective ffauchise Too nreclu.to'be bartered
tor flattery, tir a little whiskey . Msv the inttu-
ci.ee ot Ttiiinei-cect:itie's forbid the acta
rimM trade. 4 Unt-erj.
My lif. B. L Ccatl; Intemperance : A dis
ease which if not terminated by resolution i may
end in mortification. 3 Ot.iers
By Dr. It. Ausiin : The Jersey Settlement :
Celebr-Med for iH indutry, ecoimmy, and rich
nosof s-oil i Ti.u lay btars witness to its tal
ents, its political f r.(ry thd temperate habits :
may year alter year find its citizens the same
happy, aocial, temperate, and independent
IJyJohn March, Em.; Andrew Jackson; May
prosperity attend hi judicious acts, 3 Clmers.
By J. S. PfiiS'.,,, .nq, ; M,jr(. Cotton Tacto
riea, and fewer Piuno. SCheers. -
Dy Di . B. Amtiu : 'The more water, the lets
By Dr. B. I Bealh Woman,
" The star of the Hover, the hope of the Lover,
The spell that iuspii Cs, and tne spirit that
MiSismLtluLSott, the flrr am oftlie Ijgvtx..
4tie ini.uei's Heaven u heauty'in smil, ."
osi tbi WEsrsajt'ciaotistAif.
The Annivcrsury of the Declaa;ion of
lr.depcndeace, was celebrated in Lincoln
' ton on Situhlty the3id of July.
Mo,iR Keveillie- called the cii-
. . i- . '
zeos to tti.e cnjnietn pi .Ul?etj4.aodjLMJO. -
rise ihc 'him ruck U HuH VtlumbmMt&t honesty respectable, and useful member,!
wnen tne oejutuui star apanaltd banner
vita noisicu flu uniunea ny tne oietzc,
sevtatv leel in tne air, after which the
favottrite turo o" Yankee doucHc was played
and thirteen rounds find.
At II o'clock the ptoccision Limed on
.- r , i . a
the Academy i.'.li, cxnooaed of a numtipi
frocp of cuvalry, and a iafge coricourai; of
were met ty vfte k
ai, hhW-arriiri t
ail whose smiles
gave a pjcului: charm to thcflf.cioaAd
tomTninKlcd ith the enthusiastic and
maitUl glow cf Li.;ing a gentle and pleas
"i'ltlS "v""iik:iiii in " i"Fv "'t " inTVi"i rt.T'Tr' to'i .t
lPess. on every brow.
Ueclaraiinn was read sv vatnes
Piukney Men'icrbon, FUq. in a foixibie
jtcf eiind .... tusie. aiid-tlaquent-ioja:
tijn i was alter wards Dioiiotmced bvMk
chad lloke, hq. A universal burst of
uppLusc followed the reading of the Dec
laration, and tho delivery of the Oration.
At 2 o'clock upwards of a hundred per
ou sat dowr. to a suiupuoua bat bet uc
prepared by Col. John Zimmerman, Ja
cob Ucinhai'dt ana Charles l-eonatd,
F.sqrs. Ucn, Moore snd Jacob Forney,
Ksqs. presided. In the midst ot the hilarity
produce1, by the gusts ol the feasting and
tliw animating spell of the sparkling gob
let, a heavy and refreshing shower of
tairi fell and drove the company to the
village, rejoicing with grateful iceling tc
the Author of our blessings fc- the provi-
flcntjalJUituitoa Tust aaveil ih'e parctclj
crops of the farmers. I
rfh fi.llftU'lntv hi. K rt t 'ip fr. inl. 1
., .."Jj w iv,ui.i W i'. .LI
of the voluntetr scmircnts, ai ::e
handed io, that wtre drunk at the tebie:
1. The diy wc cclebrdte : What better
evidence ii the value cf ouc-Ucsiogs,
than ta see every body here thinling.whai
they pkaae am; ipepkin what they iMt.k.
The signers and defender cf the
Declaration of Independence s The rrjent
ory of thejr devm''n to-ihg cme ?f tree-
dom hut our hearts viiU .Jove to iaue
who are goneiiji'.d grathude'tb those who
3. The President or tbe United States r
"He asks tiotbiag but what is clearly
right, he will submit to nothing that is
Sjates; 1 hrlce Bss hrs wuntry's gra4i
tudet called lam to the second office in the
nations gift : May he lire to wear the
laHt4"ihat-re-1 wtaingto reath? hisr
5. The present Cabinet: Able and en
ergetic are the men who compose ill The
best proof cf their ability and energy is
to be found in their official productions.
' 6. The memory of George Washiog
Jon. " N
7. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams:
" But search the land of living nan,
, " Where will w e find their like sgsin."
8. North Carolina t She heeds net the
frothy poli'.lcistis of the day with " Dis
union" and Dulfucatoa,, fat their
rWto f true to herc-wn'IrUcreat, and thai
of tho nation -she is able to distinguish
between good and evil report.
9. The Uuiurt of the States: May its
existence be commensurate with the ex
istenco of time t May the anathemas of
an enlightened people remain upon the
politician wha would advocate measures
that tend to sever it.
10. The Army and Nary. ,
11. The Constitution, of .the Uni'ed
States and the Stated constitutions j May
no strained construction of the former
is left a.Tiongst us" the sole aurviyin
.55?!? Ouriurter ' of UtlepeiadaBce. t-
the erteiVaiii,.j "2
swcefWace-bf Ete, oh : Woroaa Twlioai form
. ,..!?4.he soul. , .. .
" Are tne spell and the light of each "path "we
" Whether sunned in tta" tropica or chilled at
'If woman b there-there is happiness too."
), ' VolC.iTEErS.
By 'the;,Preaident, Gcii Moores Unity
of fcentimrnt in rrligion and polrick
throughout the world.
By J. Forney, Es,q. Vice President s
The President and directors ol the Ca
tawba Navigation Company: May they
at their meeting, on the l?ininat. be-unU
ted, and the result of their deliberation
be the speedy opening of the Catawba
Dy Col. John Hoke : Let tho pubHck
debt be speedily paid, the Tariff moitra
ted and the surplus tevenue apportioned
among the several Stutea
Ta bt concluded innur next.
m mm g mtm
Married, on tbe 8th July, in this eminrv. hv
! Dr. John bcott, Solomon Weaver to alias Celia
Departed, this life, on the 2.jth June, 1830 in
the 66th year of his age, Mr. Jcdediah Wallis,
who atthough he was young at the time, took an
nAlve part in the Revolutionary struggle. In
ftrfy4ite toinaueT)f apnrtei
became a member of the Presbyterian Church,
in which for many yeara by a uf exemplary
sobriety and regularity of deportment, he gave
I - v v.v. aaie bubs will UC HJUkT
JiclUw. - bUiai
uul" w c,v" ou religious wciety
n NSontgomery cunty. N. C. on the 10th inst.
Maj. Buckuer Kinbrol, in the 7th car of his
ae. He M as an old Kevolutionary officer, and
fought during that ii.tertsting struggle against
the Tory party, in this State, lie was zealous
ly devoted to the good cauic of his country, till
the day of his death. Communicc.ied.
Lnnts ut Vublc ftaic,
& Ikwbows,' on Tuday ul
.. Atlfr,18l Coun. a.trad of LAND ad.
johtingCol. WaughVMitl tract, on
Moravian creek : We "IK al aril.
ai Uf-nc sale, in statesville, on Tuesday of Au
itoa laismlyHNl-by. ;orph- harnberr, he--inga
part uf Arthur Chamber' lands j a tract
lonijeily owned bi-Jjuhu Ball; a Uaa ibrmeilv
owned by Wm. Stewart, joining the lands of
A c5't "f one," two and three year) in equal
Tja3?nlV:nrBe given, beariiig Iiitcrert aiter
one year. Titles not to be executed until the
purclie monev ii paid.
ALEXANDER HUOUINS, ) Ex'r,. of Ja,
JOHN f.KWl.N, ., Urt'J.'
Jult, 8. I Ml 3, 30
Look Out 6averaM
VLL persons are forwarned from trading for
a note of band or due biu, made payable
from me to Wilmm Haden, Jr. given on the 15th
ni May, 1830, for one thousand dmUrs.i. it was
fraudulently obtained. The aid tJaden left
here a few days since for AUbma, where he
sometimes resides. . 1 am determined not to pay
said itole utile forced to do by law. 12lV9
' BF.NJAMIN MA.VWBLL.
KEM VIMNG in the l oat-OiRce. t Leaing.
ton, N. Carolina, July I, lrt;H
j Joseph Ball
.-.- - i -
John Calloway 3
Thomas C. tirump
tame Lsans ,
Uary Tagan or Fezur
Daniel I). Shuler
Peter Smith 3
Jacob llagty .
K Headersoa Wilson
Jonn'Kennedsy 2 Viu'on Wood V '
L Joshua Wilson1.
.William ttdford. . ., . .... !. . ..,..,3t30 -
Drivlfig to FayellcviUe, .
WILL End it to their advantage, to stop at
the Jfuws ford, where eveilr con.
Venienee is provided for Man snd I lone, to make
tbrm comfortsble, at the moderate charge of 25
cent a day snd night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the use of a good house, fire, aster, and
shelter. , Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and Froviainn Store, Bread Shop and Confec
tionary, and a Ilqus for Boarders and Lodgers,
in a plain, cheap, wholrsome and comfortable
styles ffljetmsVr .fyWJ, 1st 182 II -
CaYiiuii sMoking Husint&s.
Cm HE subscribers respectfully inform the
JL public that they have entered into a copar
tnershipj and.wil carry on the
! Cabinet Making Business
in the House formerly occupied by Thomas
rioitpn, as 1 avern, and where Aid. Woodson
kept hi Shop previous to the engagement with
Mr, Jarrott, The house is on Main Street a few
doors east of the Court-House, Jvhere they will
carry on tn ahove. bualiie4.mo'e etvnsivly
than ever was don in this place.
The materials shall be of the first quality, and
their work executed im durable, fashionable
andeTegant style and thi;irprlcea SlVairbe
Wdtfmter M tftrrcyprtiwr wTtir thd VtniXr-"'' -Onler,,fjloiB
a diaUWfc;fbf. , r
"'Lddics worMri fTabtM;
; ,, licd'Steads, tfc,
will be executed on short police, and strictly in
accordance with direction. ,
The aiibscribers solicit the patronage of the
public, and hope thev will merit it.
JOiiN M. JARROT.
My 14rA, 1830. - 4t3t
N. B. If. Wmxlson, returns his thanks to the
public, fur the liberal patronage he haa received
at their hands, and hope it will be continued,
No Combination and a Free Trade.
EARTHEN WARli Si LtlaivlNu GLASSES.
T3?S. J. EAIU10V7, & CO.
Unporters, B3 lFatcr-StrccttX. York,
OVFt O. forsake 1,(XW Packages Earthenware,
Ulaaa, China and Loukiug Glasses, com
prising the most complete assortment ever oiler--ed
Lathis market, and which will be repacked
to the Country Merchant at the lowest price.
lrteifi&Gtiem:e ol" having refused to join the
Cembiiumm f& regulating the jpe'' tirKt''
jects of a mot intolerant ''persecution, the ob.
ject of which is nothiug lets than wr rn ruin
and txpuliion from the trade, our character have
been assailed as men ot integrity and fair deal.
peached and every endeavor made to ruin it,
and to crown the whole our importations through
the regular channels have been all stopped, (in
consequence of threats thrown out to the Man
ulfPMcr obliged to employ Agent in Liverpool to make
our purchases in such a manner that our names
would not appear in the transaction all the
facilities attendant up.m obtaining credit tor our
importations are denied to u, and nothing but
cah iDLiverpool will obtain joe ua. uur needed
supjilie j of ware.-W'e are su)V ringjhese bird
ship iu the cause it the Merchant and Con
mmer of thii description of goods, no less than
our own, and to tliem, a our last resort, we come
for aid and assistance ; so bug as we are ena
bled to sustain ourselveaiigaiiisi more than forty
men, who have combined to bring about our
ruin in tliia unheard ot manner, we wi.l continue
to ell our goods Free and independent at our
own rates Jor Casi r upsovd (tty lircrptanui
onty. " ' " 6tV9.
Tuas. x raituow, k o.
yEWYtMlfeflfctF.''"7" ' :' '" j
8 tVsier Mrmtrabov- OULslip.,
C-ValisAK . uunut'acVorj.
1il wibcriber Manufactures, for the Snniti.
nufactures, for the .South.
ern and Western trade, and keens eon.
.stanll.un.Uodji.yery bugcSiock ofidi',.
Jl'l'hlrttt:! JliAKS, made of
every description f Silk and Stuff floods, our.
chssed eyres!y for the iuipoe,jtt Tlieluweat
aiictVon prices. These Cloaks are made in the
b?tL.!jk. by perswa who have had weKl
years experience i the-burinrnf anc? Will te
4dvy tiantiiyi on iberal-trmw,- at price
that will probaoly make them si safe and rirn.
fitable a purchase as any description of Goods
mat can ce pureusa in tin .nirket. I0t28.
r. J. C UN ANT,
1 8 Maiden Imm, evuer of Green it. V, Yt-k,
T. J. C slo manufactures snd keep CoimIsoU
ly on nam i, i r fc.ie, oy the quantity, Urge and
complete assortment of STOt'KS, of every dts
cription, aarramed made i f the best of materi.
Sis, and in tne UamUmn3t Stkle.
1HE Factorage and Comminon bttainessof
L Henry l . Conner will be continued bi it-
ubkcriber. tfnder the firm cf ii. W. Conner Cf
Co. ni tin date.
tai uOiiy.iv; xon.nev
. rfUIUX i . . i AdUXbT.
CkirUtton. Jim I, IHjO.
lliiUAi MULL Jr. U HOUtUr 1IL1E
have mutually unsolved their copartoerhin
iu itie purchase sua sie oi uegroes. '
iuUtburg J,df ut, 1830. S6tf
j JL well known by the name oi fattens place
on the Catawba river 4 miles above Bestties
Furd together with the negroes amounting to
i. i n i . i . . .
ftweew w w o, wtoea. i-irnp tfv. on the
place all of which he now offer for Bale cither
separately or together.
1 he plantation contains .140 acres, a great por
tion of which i river Bottom of fir quality.
The place taken together is equal to any tract
of land on the river, a will apj tar froiu an ex
smination of the premises. '
1'he whole will be sold upon term favorabk
hof to' prici'TiVhl tjavmcnts f or ahich" 'aa.
plucaTion will be made tu rnv lather Jamet Com.
I ifcUilfrom Br at tir Fotd, where I may also
be found ni) self f.om 10 August to 15th Sept.
, lltNIU' W. GUNKCJs. '
,...7i.lfVllTO. .. 2mt3 "
Ten Dollars Uevi at A.
RAN away from the ub'
i acriber m the th nst.,s
negrd nsned Jin, about 3d
yeara old, well set, very dark
skin, with a wen en bis forehead.
Any person who tusy apprehend
aid boy, and coafiite hint U
Jail or otherwise, so that I ret
him sgsin, will receive the above teasrd. h
ia thougtif the boy has received a psi from
some evil designing and malicious paron. -
LECN ABU EASTI S.
Bf k rvan'y.V. (7. . CTtf .
nmhip, as WatcA
Ol B.i.1 Clock Maker, Silver
' J imitht and Jevietitn. fni
T' the'inirnoseof eaminirni
fS-IV S - '1 ,ne """mess, te all i
OTWf 'ii " i riousbraiichcisinthi
!ir.i---! . of baiiiibury . Vhey
me business, in all its v.
py the' AVw Shop,' badt by Jam"s B, Hampton,
adjoining his dwelling on Min street, 6 of 1 .
uoora souin ot toe Court-llouse.. . , , '
- They will carefully Repair ull kind, of Watch
e,;ioekt,ainl Time-r;cceS, aint warrant ttieiit
to-fe-rtorm weiu. Aitu are nrt-psredso muiifac .
turer n4 wiB 4 wu xww w-itl-H J'$fftp ' -
lions oi Miver v are, such a .toous, Ladles, '
according to directions.
A Tf&oii aisttrtwetfrof JF-WTXItT wTirVele nf
PMallAiWUl4iJ HPd-U low.ftKta..,,,. t w,,
JVMKS B. 1UMPJ0N,, '
SaUbur April S4 lO. t
James B, Hampton tenders his grateful ac.
knowledgement to the public, for Jha liberal '
patronage hitherto extended to himself individ
ually I and reiinectfutl asks a eon'inuaiice of it
to the firm .of, which.. he is a partner. 'N. ft.
Those indebted to hinV are earnestly desired ta
liquidate their accounts a soon as pouiblei a
his new arrangement irske it neccsary old
scores should be settled up.- o " "
fWlIIE Editors of the Richmond Whig, Rich
JL mond Enquirer and lS4tit"at Intelligencer,
are requi gtcd to stop an stiver! isement, signed
by me, for a Teacher, to take charge of a school
in this place, and to forward, their accounts fof
payment. , f l'ETHEN L. FiJIKAND. "
-JwHf ifindi WSQ; r t" Jitf j
fa the Town of Salisbury, Jot sale.
'l'1! fwPrty is pltanutly sittitel
O, M .t04,n a1(i Br" suitable 'or a amulf
family. 1 he lot is spacious, and contains a very
gwojl garden, with much tare shrubbery. The
terms can be ftdtk easy, ai the most of the pus
w?SJB,fi n WJutJWtt tn the iBaaifc,
on the usual terms of iccommoation. I't ions
wisiiingio purcnase, can apply to Mr. L. A le.
monf ,.pr to JJavnl F. Caldwell, Kaq. (ho ia au.
thorised to make title,) and the terms ran b
Feby 20th, 1830- , . . , . . 08.
PH1UE subscribers are desirous of purcnasinff
it- omhmdrtd XF.(iHQttiir ahlctiUb
w ill pay a liberal price b tflt Applicatiois -may
be msle, eHher by letter or In person, to)'
Jos uu Hcieiii MOUO'AM'ON.ur Jmm Utile
in SALISIH KY( who will he ready at " timef
to accommodate tboe who n.ey w'tfh to to
cliange Negro property lor cash.
June 221 IB30.
Bottle of I nst, Albany jOentut it
U 'I'd, ami wriater.hf'; ' '7"rTzzi
AUSTIN ! Br RNg.
SaHimrf, June 29A 1.850. . - 6tf.
Clock foip 6txt
HAMPTON & PALMER.
PT1 HOMAS MOTX Jr. winr to purchase ahnnt
Xr 3o negroes,' for which hberal prices will b i
given tn csshr- He wil lws- be ttntnd is al.
isbury, 1 hose who wish to stll would do well
to coll on him or tend bim a lew lines.
.Sulhhnrt July Ut. 1830. f 26tf.
'Vo OoU wNUncts.-- :
flIJE sutscriber having obtained a Patent in
JL t the year 1827, for Mills lor grinding and ;
washing Ors of Gold and other metal, snd hie
plan havfhgbceii generally adopted, dm-m. it ne
ccssary to caution the public against iifM ig sit'
ilr .Milk without his Consenl, The snbcibep.
thinks It unnecessary to give an description of '
hta Mills, a they are In r pera ton In varioua
part of the State. Ilifaientfmhrne branch '
and Fiidge iold. Liberal term w4 fee wiel
ded t all who make earlv applici'Kn fur right, '
and every inrormktiou given on apf f!rsiin. " .
. WM. n. loLUER. .
CharLitr, A. C, 5t29 . ' " .
ICJ The York vilfe Tfoneer, Grtenshorotigtt - '
fstriot. and Raleigh Regiter, will insert the ,'
above advertisement ia their respective pspere
lor one motitli, nd forward their scrotmts for f
payment. , W, II. f, "
ViVJ ILL be Md at Wilktsbnro'Ia
f V tha county of Wilkf a. to the
1 Tilght LiJder si public out-cry on
' .1. .- A f J - . . T w
i no iiri tucauay in August Dfi. m
ut that well known and vrluablc .
Trutt ut Uh4 lyiii in a body on the waters of
the Tsdkla and Reuses Rivers, on mile North." "
ot W ilkesboro' having the on half of a vsluabta
mill not sttschdto it. Said pretni'f formerly "
belonged to Ch:Mnn Gordon, late of taideoun. ."
ty. Uc?pSctL,l hetemSiif a4 ace,, tiirei in-'..-
aUJrtwiniaT.fcnaijM thw .UamntUsi.- laid.
when possession Will be given, the t'hrr two.'
equal annual psymeots thereafter. " " ; -.
- ; i JAMLS II. tivROON.
Unt Cent Uaii.'
KANAWAY frmn the subscriber, ou lie?9tli ,
of My, 13.1.), as indented aopi':ire bov.
by the hsme of Levi lliukle je I soout
eighteen )tsrs of sgei bat red halr.at.d red
complexion All persons are w arned sgabst .
hubor ng said abconiling apprentice. '
Writing'.- Wrapping Vn'persj
mrj-ANLTACTURED at the SaJemrapNm U,
il ii for sale, ou auaderatc terms, at this tlbco,