jwrssnWTVy )f)it fir Ui liberty wt njiy--rhn
Uiey hart rmuiM weir arms, navmg ntnaiimi MH1
if ntl) march, may they giv Ui puawii
, and entnr heaven, aul receive M Uie
toward tvoflWuif psaca,
fly lroy Hnnnge, Gen. Duff Owen Tha fStrleat
fm fir HUM Rights bo appreciated by hi tfoutbera
. Uy MUw Naagle, of lits-ohv-VVhUst wt live ia
um 1st Oi live to peace.
11 (on. Jjm4i Graham. May the cititsn of Meck
lenburg and Cabarrus, m their Fathers bava (tun, al
war show Uieif alUebmenl lu Uisir country, in support
of liberty and fmd government, in Constitutional prio
' eiples, always claiming Uie powers not delegated by
the (institution as reserved right la theiruulvss.
By Hubert WtUoo Mm Uia true blues of oU
Mecklenburg stand firm in Republicanism tad sever
-ivs dp lot Political intrifuer.
By A. A. SpringsAs th politic! Gospel of Free-
sVmu mi, on tii 'unit way, in:n, boon soabiy -iauuxi
for lli aalvstioa of their wnful soula, tad astray by tha
worshipper of Baal, it is fervently hoped that Um Ge-
iattana will believe la the truth and be mM.
Saturday iTIoroinCi June 0, 1833.
We ere requested to snaounce Mr. RICHMOND M.
PEARSON a a candidate to represent this district in
lliti next Congress of the United States.
Tb Cosvsmos Ibr revising Uie Constitution of the
Hute m now ia session. The Western Couutie bare
ben contending Ibr Uiia during Uie past 40 year and
wa hope tliat euch a reform will now be nude aa will
satisfy both Wert and Beat. Heretofore, much wlmle
soote legislation has been prevented by sectional pre
judices and jealousy. Mty all 'bese hencefirth be bu
ried in oblivion, and a new spirit stW m the land, to
stimulate old North Carolina to works of kiirovinent
Tb Cunventinn, an fir aa we are capable of judging,
ia composed of good materials. Many of iu members
ar distinguished for talents; while all of there are re
spectable. It ia certainly not the ablest buoy that N.
Carolina could select, but it ia one that we uwd nut be
It ia the opinion of some, that they will despatch the
work conwnilted to them in two weeks, but we think
that they will be in session at leaM three weeks, if not
fiur. As it is a work that cannot be revised every
yea r, they certaiuly ought to do it leisurely, even should
it Uks a week or two longer. The cost to the Bute
is nothing, compared to the great interest the people
have at stake. We will regularly keep our readers
advised of ihe progress of the Convention.
(7- WimJrrful Unanimityit will ke seen, from
the proceedings of the " lUltiinore Convention," that
MaTi V Bvaas received ilia unanimoui vote of
Uie "Pelegatee" in attemlance, and of coume tiiat of
our delegate," Pmto W aura, among the reL I low
can this wonderful unanimity be accouuted Cr 1 We
believe there ia M one way: A loving couple once
stood on before Paraow tobaarrwd. Will you, Maya
tk i'arauu to the hajlb. Uko this woman fof your Is w
ful wwlded wife! Ye air, answered he. Will you,
says his Ravitaa to Ihe rimilr, take this man for
your lawful wedded liund ! j4wiwt Wlmtdo y.wi
aa sitcha foolish question for! DiC nt I come Aere
furjtuit ! We think it highly probable the reason why
the IMegntee all voted for Martin Vsn Buren is preUy
Miuchof laur aur&TO r Ihert
What brave fAlntei ! A parcel of worthies, of the
6th Wsrd, in the city of New York, have recently met
it I ll mIwi ii itn t .iiiiiiiiiiti B-Vrirh'
they call " National Guard," and made a tender of their
sorvices ror the amence or trm conmry,- ano uw
" Aoor of m prominent ttalion in the ranks of danger"
In the course of their fulsome nonsenae to the President,
Thfy deoouncirthB Ssnatrfor reftmrng-to-rotetmrfAw
mUlumt of dollars, The President, in bis reply to
these Prajtorians, tells them that he considers the mea-
.!.- tkikpaA miJIinnA. ju AaaAntial ta tlisiijirha
. . . A iLi. asnHMVH mwmA Junta
regrets its failure! Is it not ridiculous in the extreme,
that a ad of men, however ahabby, should, in times of
profound peace, meet together, form a military compa
ny, tender their services to the President of the United
States, and ask " the honor of a prominent station in the
ranks of danger"! Doubtless, they would rather be
where they could receive some of the drippings of the
three million 0 dollar, than any where else. What
makes the thing still more ridiculous is, that the Presi
dent should be made to sign a serious reply to these re
doubtable heroes of the 6th Wsrd in the city of New
vrb what mav wt not exDect next to see !
Tht Caucus Vic Prttident.The nomination of R.
M. Johxston, of Kentucky, for the Vice Presidency, on
sWeyafesi who went all the way to Baitimore to have
Bloody Bill Rivea appinted. The iact is, the y ice
1 resiueucy oemg wwus iian, nw hicw w.-w
wn 3rUIe4 4uJM to lb
the Virginia Caucusitea bava returned home resolved
not to support Johnston ; and one of them has already
AmA rait in tlie Richmond Enquirer. Domination Phil
lip P. Barbour, 10 run with Van. Wow, we care not
who they run, for, in North Carolina, at least, we ahall
1 . .i.,. nltniial3 but still wa will trive a hint to
boor for, ten to one, but be will dodge them in tne ve
ry hut pulL
fVoalin Privilege. Tlie Editor of thai Greens
boroogh Patriot mentions, in his paper, a certain Post
master in Stokes County, who has been in the habit of
franking whole bundles of spun cotton, of 5lba. weight
Thia ia very bad, but it is not worse than the Van Bu
ren members of the last Congress, who franked, from
. Washington, thonainda on thousands of a book, entitled
tk. nr. of Martin Van Sure, and which was written
bv Um Attorney General of Uia United States on por-
.... a . 1 . . ' l L!.
pose to awrwyy van, ana acceive wo pwpw as w am
true character. '
PARMAQE Or THE BU.l. Of INDEMNITY.
- News has bos locsivad at Naw-Ywrkof Hi paaMga,
by Ui French Chamber of IVputioa, of Um Bill of In
demnity for spotltUont eoraniittrd opW the cotnmorea
and pruonrty of our eitiaena, by the citisens of that 0o
iiwncTH7'rwiilr atthr ima"nme7lwwgviT;
an siplanatsai of Um ill toned languaga wmi la the
PrMidnt'a Message, which, our reader will recol
lect, was condemned at Uia time it was mad by every
reflecting America. Instoad of having the dew res' tt
foot, of making Um French Govtrnnwitt pay us our just
claims, as General Jackson pfrUsmlod, it k not at all
improbabJt that it may be the cause of their Be Vcr be
ing paid. Wa hope bettor thingi, however.
Tha following ara Um foature of Um Bill:
"Art 1. The Misistm or Fisaw a ia authorised to
take Um necessary meaauroa for Um sxecution of In 1st
and 2nd artklea of Um Treaty signed on Um 4th July,
K!l, betweoa Um King of Uia French and Uie United
Htatea, Um rattflcaUma of which were axchanged at
Washington on Um 2nd February, H'U,and, according
UiUi terms of which, Um sum of & tmUious of francs m
to ba paid by France,
"Art 2. The million flva bumlred iIhjo-
sand franka which Uie Govemnwnt of the United Htatos
has engaged to pay in six annual twrma, in discharge of
UM Claims presented by r ranee la or nan or ner ciuaens,
or of Um public Treasury, ahall, in proportion as Um re
coveries sre made, to be credited to a special Article of
Um Budget. Credits shall be opened to the Mm inter of
Uia Fineness to a similar amount, for Um discharge of
the claims which shall have been lijiiidaled in tkvor of
" Art 3. A Committoa. axerciaing Its functions gra
tuitously, and named by Rtyal Ordinance, ahall be ap
pointed to examine and estimate all claims scblresaod to
Government, and to divide Um sum of UVXMKK) francs
amongst all the claimants hsving a right thereto, and, if
necessary, In proportion 10 um just amount 01 weir
claima All cWma moat be printed before Uie 1st
January, 1T7, under penaltr nf forfeitura of the same.
The claimants may appeal of Uie Council of Htale
sgainst the decision to Um committee, according to uie
forma and within the delaya specified for matters in li
titration. 11m same riuht is reserved to Um Miniater
of Finances. An account aliall be annually laid before
Ui (,'hambers of the payment efTuctnd on Uie sum ol
100,(XI0 fVanca Hhould a portion of this sum remain
unemployed, it shall be returned to Um Public Trea
sury. After much discussion, Um Chamber pmcended to Um
ballot 00 Uie tntmbU of the BilL The following was
Um result: For Uie Bill, 'Mi; against it 137.
The Bill was accordingly ailoptud. The announce
ment to Uiat effort, from Um Preatduut, occasiouod con
aidvrable sensation and tumult
Daniel Wtbittr waa born in New-IIampahire, and
removed to Massachusetts; Iaae Mil was bom in
Maeseeliusells, and removed to New-Hampshire. This
wQl explsin the following toast recently given in Bos
ton : M Aral llamps aire.- A Stato which lias given us
a IVr&jfrr, aiid taken from us a 1IUI: Can Maaaachu
setts ever cease to be grateful"
0"tf 8everal articles, original and selected, are ex-
eluded this week by tlie great length of Uie proceed
ings of Um Charlotte Celebration, which we desired to
ROWAN' COU NT Y CENTRA h COMMITTEE.-
The following perauns constitute the Rirwan Ctainty
Central Committee. Individuals who live near to each
other have been selected, so that Uiey may at any time
conveniently eon tor togeUMr :
Charles Fisher, Isaac Bums, Aahbel Rmith, Robert
Huie, Henry Giles, Thomsa C. Polk, Hamilton C. Jones.
Joseph W. ilampton. Folding Hlater, Alexamler Long,
Burkin traige, hamuel Ixjinly, James E. Kerr, James
L Long, Daniel IL Cress.
The following permns hsve been appointed to com
pose Uie Committcca of Vigilance in each Captain's
Dwtrict via : In " "
Cop. Me$iemnre' tompany. John Shaver, Esq., Na
than Moriran, lawrenco Bnngle, Esq., Isaac Ribclin,
Jacob MiUur, Esq.
lrexlrr company. HczckisUTumer, John r rainy,
Esq., Jacob Lyerly, Samuel Marlin, Esq., Philip Rice.
Stir hael Slireicull'i company. Midi. St ire wait Esq.
Adam Rosoman, Esq., Muses Rusuman, Jacob SiniUi,
Allison sUttwalt company Yr. John Mcott, treo.
L Smith, Esq., Henry Hill, Sr., Col. John Brandon,
Capt Allison Stirewalt
Mnort 1 company. M. rinkston, John .March,
W'dwine 1 company. JTW. V altoa, Esq., Obodiah
M. Smith, Esq., Green Redwine, Abraliam Leuls, Abn-
Rihclin't company. Samuel Ribclin, Esq., Jacob
Holuhouser, Sr., Samuel Linn, Dawalt Lents, Henry
Miller, Esq. -- - , w.. . ..
Meant 1 company. John trfNighennur. ban.. Jacob
Weaut, Peter J. Swmk, Thomas Craige, Esq., Robert
Mr.NeeK,t comoanw. IT. If. McLanchin. William
Barber. Esq., Joseph CowanGoorga JucConnaugliy,
James U. McUmnaughey. ,
Joseph Cowan' company. Capt Thomas Matthews,
John Houston, Esq., Abel Graham, Esq;., Duct Mebane,
CoL John F. McCorkle.
Montgomery' company. R. N. Flemmihg, Esq.,
Jacob Krider, Esq., Wm. B. Wood, Esq., Ruflis IL
Kilpatrick, JSsq., Samuel Luckey.
Leator componw. Capt John Leazor, uen. Wm.
H. Kerr, Cot Jarooa Jatnison, Huh Parks, Esq., James
Shuninr't eomoanv. Joseoh Lnmr. Noah Partee.
Joseph F. Pa tterson,, William Rose, Capt John Lilaker.
Smoot company. Alexander Biuoot, fjm., Samuel
Albea, Esq., Garland Anderson, Esq., Joseph Rice, Hen
ry Keller, Esq.,
$ait company.--Jme Frost Esq., Thomas Che
shire, Esq., John Tomlinson, Esq., Josiah Inglis, Esq.,
Wards oompany.-Spencer Taylor, Esq., Nathan Cor
nell E;Doet.F.WiUiajtu, . William Jeriiis, Eoock
Brock.'Eaq.- - - - ......J..--..-
Ellis 1 company. William Hawkins, esq., William
son Cheshire. ;
Spark' company Michael Hanea, Esq., Capt Jo-
bp pn sparks, XMatnan namn, 4. n. uus, iq., uavw
March? coiruHms. A. E. Foster. Esa.. Joseoh Hanea.
Esq., James Cavaoder, Thomaa Foster, George D.
NaiT comoantk Rowland Crump, Arthur Neehr,
Henry Click, Capt R, Nail, Georga Wilson.
It. Doct James F. Martin, Gen. James Cook, CoL R G.
Jones, Beal Ijama, Sr., Isaao D. Jones, John Clement
Esq , L
roa Tin wawramn caaouNiAa.
Maesa Eorroaa: Will you bo so good aa not to for
t to announce to Um people of Um United States,
at John. IX Hoke, Esq.. baa aafuly got back from Bal
timore, where he went as Minister Plenipotentiary to
Uie Caucus. He says, that he was lucky enough to
get all Um other Delegates at the Caucus to go wiUi
Elm for Martin Van Buren for next President But he
could not do as well on Uie Vice Presidency. He says,
they rather overruled him there. BOB SHORT.
Aots) JJeiu. lias our M initter, Philo, yet got back!
(ma Tt wasTtaa ctanuvMa.
To Ik Yam Hurt l4m in Lincoln Vounlyi
GarruiaBs: You sr sopfiorting Martin Van Buren
for awat Prrstdimt and ya are suponiting ill tl, moa
surrs of Um adininistrstion, which be is Ui silvwer of
.dtsngjhisjjouinust think irnvs right and, if
you are right, you otiuui t w us amtaiiMHi, or ariau to
discuss Um merits of Mr. Vsn Buren, and of his policy
before Um poopla. In orditr, thorrfors, to give Um
Paopta fkir c hanea of Judging for Umnom-Ivm, I now
propose, that you appoint a Comraittoe of Uirea of your
rty ia Um Town of Lineolnbm, tnd tha Whigs shall
also appoint three: Uist Um Cummitteea shall meet
tiyptlmr, and appoint five or six pul.lic meetings, to be
bold for Um ooaveoienca of Ui people, In different parts
of tha County t Uwt two men Of each party shall be ae
Ire tod to attend Uwsa meetings, and aiklreas the pnojils
for one hour each. I propose, that Baomao Baowi
and II. W, Connors be selected oa your side, and Uiat
Wiuia P. Mvsui'H, and aume other person appner on
Uieir aids. The whole natter to ba coopered with
order and deeorom, as that Um people may have a lull
and fkir opportunity of judging for tbemsnivea If you
are unwilling to trust your vause in Um bands of Messrs.
Browa and Conner, you may s lct sny other two men
you like, eiUwr in the Htale or out of it and Um Whig
Committee will confine theinnyne to the Mute, Come,
genllraen, Uiis ia a fVMiidly challenge 1 do not de
cline a, otherwise, it will look aa if yoa are afraid to
murt Um qoti.. A WHIG.
AVf. The same proposition is also now made to Uie
Van Baren leaders in Mecklenburg, If Uiey are not
afraid to discuss these matters before Uie people, let
Uietu show it by taking up this prmmsitKm. If they
back-ou; we will all know UmI Ibey 00 so because Uwy
are afraid to meet discussion.
roa thi wasTBaa oaaousua.
Masata Eorroaa; I aee that the Editor of Um
" Watchtisn," in hi last paper, circulatre Uia report
Uiat Phils White, your DaxauaTi to Um Caucus, hung
himself in Petersburg. I ran a aw re yoa UmI this w
not ; for, on the 22nd of May, I saw Pmio WMrra,
with my own eyea, walking about in Baltimore, aa much
alive aa Uie best of Uwm. 1 aaw bim with a smiling
face, make a bow to Silas Wright of New York, I
am aura it could not have been Pbito'a ghost; for, llait
very night 1 saw him and Judge Strange, of Fayette-
villa, taking a mess of Oysters together, and we all
know Uiat ghosts dual eat Oysters. Ho, Uiat you may
contradict the report put out by (be Watchman, 1 bis
having hung himself. I tell you, ir I'Uilo ever hang
hiiiMvlf it will ba to a good (at nmre.
JUST COME HOME.
From Ike Baltimur Chronicle.
VAN BUREN CONVENTION.
Fbidat Moaxinu. Tliis waa a day of a stor
my character. At anon as prayer hid been of.
fowl up by the Rev. Mr. Clark, Mr. P. V. Daniel,
of Virginia, rose and moved that Um Convention
take a recess till 12 o'clock, giving,. as a reason for
hia motion, that the Virginia delegation had under
consHleratioa imor1ant matters not yet concluded,
in relation to the nominations about lo be made,
and that they were not yet prepared to act.
Mr. Sitae Wright, Jr., or New York, waa in fa
vor of the motion. The New York delegation had
not yet settled an important nialter, necessary lo
he concluded before they went into a nomination
The motion was carried. ,
It ia reported that thia delay was orcasioned by
the dWire to hear from Washington, in relation to
tTie Vwe" Presidency- Mr. Abijah Mann, of New
York, having been despnlched to that eity for that
purpose. Before 12 o'clock he arrived, the orders
were received, and New York it ia eupnoncd waa
instructed to go ibr Johnson. ' In eooseouoiiee,
(Treat excitement prevailed among the members of
the Convention. I be Virginians foamed, and
threatened to withdraw if Rivce-jwcre not taken.
This becoming known (reiicraJly in the city, the
Church waa crowded to excess, when at 12 o'clock
the President took tht' Chair. ,
Mr. Catwright, of Missouri, moved that the con-
volition Tgo" into the ItrtminatlmrTjf t candidate fbr
Presidcnt of the United Slates. The mere propo
sition caused a smile among even the members of
the convention themselves. Mr,, strange, of iNortli
Carolina, ono of tho Vice Presidents, moved that
tlie vote of yeytcrdny, requiring a majority only
to constitute a nomination, be re-comtidored, and
thaitwo-tLicJabo requirad. Htfmndea very good
speech in favor of it, which he might have saved
himself the trouble of delivering the matter ha
ving already been determined by the "fuglemen."
A delegate from Virginia let off some steam on
pern so close that they cried out "order!" "or
der ! !" but in vain he waa not to be pit down by
convention to mortal combat, if they took offence
at nny of hta remnrkav ;y
The Preanient rapt on the table, and gave a sig
nificant nod, and the gallant son of Virginia took
The"inotion of -Mr; fitranjrs; wa carried in the
affirmative, and the vote taken Ibr President--
wbeq Martin Van Ruren was declared to be unan
imously nominated. .On the result being announ
ced, the office-holders cried out "good," and the
expectants said "amen I"
Now came the "tug 01 war, and the voice of
the President, already so hoarse aa to be scarcely
audible, sunk below the lowest note in tho gamut.
The vote wait taken, and resulted at follows i
For Johnson. For Rives.
New Hampshire. . 7
Massachusetts. . . 4
Connecticut. . . 8
Rhode Island. . . 4
Vermont. . . . 7:
New York. . . .42
Petmsylvania. v ; 80
Dele ware. . . . 8
Virginia. . . . 0
North Carolina. . 0
Ohio. . . . . .'21
Kentucky. . , , 15
Indiana. . . . . 9
Missouri.. . , . 4
Louisiana. . ... 5 . . . . . 0.
Mississippi. . . . 4 . . ... 0
178 - 87
When the vote of New York waa announced,
Ihe Virginians hissed most ungraciously, and the
Kentuckiana applauded loudly.
The votes having all been given in, a delegate
from Pennsylvania arose and stated that a part of
inai iiuiegauua paa roieu unoer a misapprBnemnon,
and .tJwt-.aof.jJMni.. wanted to tote for Mr.
Rives s out supposed that they were not at liberty
to dp so. , Here waa a disclosure and consterna
tion prevailed in the meeting, when a Virgianq got
up and insisted that tb.e vote of the Btate be cor
rertrd as requeatrj. This ar( lU JolmaiKiialia in
motion, and pnrceiving l,at I)m majority were dis
prwed lo lake advantage of (hit wrong uiircaioi,
Ihe motion was witlidrawn.
A meinhrr then rose, ami moved that Ihe vote
uf illqsaili IiiislIIs ba tmsdl tttmtitrmmmW m firrnrl
of Mr, Hives, as thai gentleman bad received a
majority of IIm votes of that uVlrgaiiwt. ,
ilie l'resikiif stated lhal this could not Us dW
but, if Ilia centlcniaq would make t motion lo with
draw the vote for correction, tie could do so and
tliaj motion was accordingly nmim.
Hero waa another Usm of cooteniim thrown
among them, and Um menilMrs spMiting all round
tha houso. At length, in despair, lb mott waa
withdrawn. Tha Prmiilent the announced thai
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, was WKiiinslmJ
for Vice-President, having received inora than two
Ihirds given. -
A motion was maile for a recess, and Ibe Presi.
lent being about lo mil Um motion, a gtmtleinan
from Virginia aaked lhal it might ba withdrawn;
and hia reiiiest being oomitmTwith, he said lhal
he roae to porforni to uuplcasanl duty but jum
from which he could not, nor wot Id not ah rink. It
waa to anmmnr to tkt Contention lhal th Vibui.
u Dklboatior wot'Lp mot avrroiT Ma. Ricm.
aid M. Johnson for th Vie President. They
had no conAdonoa in hia principles nor hi clia rac
ier they had come there to support principles,
not men, ami they had already gooe as far as p.
sible in supporting Mr. Van buren, and that they
would not go farther, and support Mr. Johnson t
After Ihe delegate from Virginia bad aat down,
(previima to which he read a resolution passed by
the Virginia delegation, lhal they would not aup
port Mr. Johnson,) a member from Kentucky took
He did not understand what the principles of
V iriMnia were, but be waa certain lhal Mr. John
son had killed Tecumaeh, and, therefore, be ought
art era a . aaaas a . 1
10 tie niaae v ic-rrestdeni. lie had lougni aunng
the hut war, and had written a report against slop-
E'ng the mail on Sunday, and was in favor of slot
ill in g imprisonment for dU no man bad done
more, and Um people of the West, aa well those who
live in valleys, as those who reside on tha lop of
mountains, were in favor of htm !
A number of other persona addWa the meeting,
and then, on motion, they took a recess until 0 o'
clock, P. M.
At 6 P. M., Um President took his scat, and Go-
nera! R. Si. Sounder, who receives a salary of
three thousand a year from the United state, made
a long speech to bring IIm Virginia delegation in,
but tliey would not stand it ; and, after he had tat
down, a Virginia delegate ruse and deniHjiiced John
son as a " batik nmn," and, on all loading questions
of constilulional principles Oftpused to Virginia.
We I earn, from a gentleman direct from Cheraw,
lliat Cotton was selling in Uiat Town last Week, at from
19 to 20 cents. 1
. UNITEU IN WEDLOCK,
In Uiis County, on Um 14th ultimo, by Anderson K.
Foster. Esq lh- GKORGK D, MENDEN1IALL to
Miss MARTHA CAVENDKR; Aim, on the Wh nlti
mo, Vy MicliaoT Ilamei, TSqT Mr.- JEREMI ATT TT IX."
LIS to Mia MARY SITTON Also; on the 2W ult,
by the Rev. Mr. Sparrow, Mr. ROBERT CHUNN to
Miss M.V1UAU llVUti
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
In this County, on the 23rd of April last PRISCIL
LA A1MLINK, infant daughter of Matthew B. Locke,
Esq., aged six months ami three days; Also, on Um 20th
ultimo, Mr. SKTH HILL sged about 83 years; Also,
on Um 211 ultimo, Mrs, MARY LINO LB, .bout ror
70 years of ages Also, on the Hh ultimo, WILLIAM
P. STOCKTON, aged about 33 veara, leaving a wife
and four ehihlrea to lament their kaa, - -
TN FORMS the Gitizena of Salismrry and its vici.
A nity, that he will open a DANCING SCHOOL
at the Manaionllotel. in Salisbury, for ihe uu-nnd
term, on Saturday, ike 'ititk of June. In order to
avoid eonnicttng-wrtlr the Interests of those who
ha ve engaged to Literary? ScoyreiSotici
that he will teach Ihe whole Quarter on Saturdava
only. t f June 0,1 S33.
iA-'T.' SHT-. ? - .f!'
THE Subtcriberr pmteful for the very liberal
'mtmnfliM hnpitnritr htmiAmA Uimn Wm ant..
blishment, begs leave to announce to hia former
patrons and the public especially invalid and
gentlemen or families who may desire a pleasant
tfamtnerRwmttAat Jiui w
Miady To their reception; end" that he ia prepared
lo accommodate Uiem in a style, be flatters him
self, that cannot fail to give entire satisfaction ; at
least, no efforts ahall be wanting 00 bia part to
render his guests comfortable.
WILLIAM S. SIMON TON.
Catawba Springs, June 0, 1833. t f
Salisbury, May 29th, 1835
A T a Court-Martial, held in the Town of Salia
bury on the day above mentioned, the follow,
ing Ordera were made : " Ordered, by the Court,
that Col. Richard VV. Long, Capt. Adam Trexer,
and Col. Henry Giles, be appointed a Committee
to attend the t&mpanl by
CaplaiiM McNeely and Cowan, on the days an.
fKHiUe for Taa collactionfor-
tnbutmg the men among the other eompaniea, 10
case Ibey fail to elect Oilicera.'' And the Officers
further agreew Unit touMtme a year -on thefen
Saturdays after the May, August, and November
Courts. HENRY GILES. Judge Adv.
Salisbury, June 6, 1833. p3
NEW DRY-GOODS (STORE,
CHEAP FOR CASH
THE Subscriber respectfully informs his Friends and
Uie Public Uiat be hat removed his Confectionary
a few doors South of John Murphy's Store, Main -street,
where he hss added to hia establishment a Handsome
Assortment of DRY-GOOOS, GROCERIES, &t , con
sisting, in part, of Ckenp Vat trees, Ltnenii, Domestic,
Hat, Bonnet, Sugar, and Gaffe, of Uie best quality ;
a variety of Candies Reasons, Almonds, Fig, Cocoa
nut, Cigar, Smoking Tobacco, (best quality,) Scotch
Snuff, qc., all of which he will sell 00 Uia moat mode,
rate terms, to CW purchasers. -a-i .
He invites all to come end examine hit Stock, hear
prices, and buy, or not, as suits them.
. HENRY W. WATSON.
Salisbury, May lo, 1833. :; ? pi
NORTH IVUTOIJXA fSTATU
nrtnrnnieltt bflMUXZinnVRT ACADEMY
SIXTH CMiW lOR lKV
To Irr Ilratrn at Italrlgh, X. Caro.,
On Tkurnhf, tkt 3.V of June, W
ON THE POPULAR
Tcrmliutlof -Flffuri Eystem.
STEVENSON it I-OINT8, MANAGERS."
1 Pris of
1 - of
If ,".. of.
l - of
10 " of
10 " of
01 " of
00 " of
00 " of
aS 23 2I3l
, 60 DOLLARS
lH,H08Priww, amounting lo $10,000
A Package of 10 Whole Ticked will coat 40 00
And must draw nctt . 17 00
A certificate for Package of 10 Whole tickets
will ba . . - . . . 128 00
For 10 Half tickets, . . . , 11 60
For 10 Quarter tickets, . 6 73
03r All Order from a distance, try mail (post
paid) or by private conveyance, enclosing the rash
or prixe-licketa in our previous Lotteries, will re
env the rnrwt prompt attention, tf addressed to
JAMK3 I. U)NG,Hli.Uiry, N. Cjaod an ac
count of IIm drawing will be forwarded immediate,
ly after ita await.
OCT All prires payable irf cash. Forty day after
the drawuigtsubtout to a doduction of' ffleen per
tent. - - --
Whola Tickets, . . . 14 00
llalvea, . . . . 3 00
Quarters, . . 1 00
To be had, in the greatest variety of numbers, at
JAMES I. LONG'S Office,
(Corner of Mansion Hotel,)
- . 8AL1SBURY,N.C. -
June 0,1835. Id
I J ETI'KN their tnaliki lo Ihe Public for Ihe
liberal encouragement received heretofore,
and now with pleasure announce that, owing to
certain arrangements and improvements in their
establishment, they are enabled to reduce the price
of their Yarn end Cloth at low as like articles,
msdi, fmm mm trtviA C.ltnn rmn VJ, n,mf,UmmmA . I t.
New York . or Boston. And they now ofler Yarn
and Cotton, by the quantity, for Cask, or for CcU
ton at Cask prices, ihe following reduced pricwa,
via! Cotton Yarn, No. 5, at 23 cents per Ibr
No. 6, 2d cento per lb,-.
No. 7, 27 cents per lb.
And an on, riaing one cent per No. per pound.
(Cotton fihirtinar. 4 4. and about 21 vda. to
tha IK rtli ml. J.Yu. III
All orders to the Agent will be faithfully attended
to. HOKE. SCIJENK & BtflNGSL .
. . Jaia BmKea, Agent.
Lincolulon, June 6, IB33. p2 -
-c Stray itl or Stolen,
FROM my enclosure, on Friday nigh!.
ibeSOih ult., i Sorrel Mare, four
p yearf old, about 16 hands high, with
trimmed. Her head and yeara are little above
the common win f there ir mall white spot ' in .
her tore-head, and c protuberance on the left anew
der, caused by the collar. . Said mare waa pur
chased, a few montha since, of a gentleman about
nine mi let Una aide of Salisbury, N. Cn where she
probably will be found. A liberal reward will be
paid for her delivery to me in Cheraw, of for bar
detention, and information to that I Cttn receiver
her. M. LYON.
Cheraw, 3. C, June 618S3: -r-p? .
Beware of the Villian!
N Irishman, calling himself McGraw, hat, for
several monthl past, been loitering about thia
neighborhood in company with a free mulatto wo
man, whom be cant hia wife. No species of vil-
Iiany ia new to this abandoned wretch, who aee ma
to have such a refined taste m the selection of hia
. . ......u.y.'. .... ,. . . ... . . , . .. -.... .
intr niiii."iia ii miitm m as ina-anene
persuaded a free giri of cplor tolem her amploy.
er in, oanspury , a iny. were aunrrmruB soon in .
N. 0. It would be well for the public to keep a
good look out, and if he should make hia appear
ance in a tangible form, to let the law, if not the'
gallon, have ita just rights. ' ;t
1" t juacru HAiNta.
Fulton, Rowan Co., N. Cn June, 0 1832. pi
TITE f&Uicriber wishea to purchase LIKELY
NEGROES, from ten to thirty yeara old, and
will pay the most liberal prices in Cash.
Ail who nave euch property to tell would do
well to call on hint, or Mr. John Jortea, hia Agent.
He can be found at Mr. Slaughter'! Hotel, in
Salisbury, and Mr. Jonet at Dr. Boyd'a Hotel, la
; He thinks it proper to aay, that he it not eon
cerned in butineta with Mr. James Iluie, or with
any other person. ,
AH Letters addretaed to him, or Mr.'Jonea, will
be punctually attended to.
t?ali8bury- May 24, 1834. tf