frm Mf t'tfitrtilU CurrtymUmt0.l
, Fiimrvtu., Nov. 17, lh.
kairfeawt a be been one dirhg whieb oof
tut pfr'q quii nwi mim, Ming
ft'SUO KETI.N(J IN DAVIDSON.
At meeting of the Cititene af Davidao Coealr. it
the Caurt-houae in Lexington, Twvday the I3U of No
liH la take into eJrtion tb propriety
caoojtotine eleralalnall&4 al as In tavern I limim.
4 l eeesdebl extent every day with tout. Ctmfnlwm u b beld m the t'r of Raleigh, m
wrr Pd be wm la my freely, and yj y,. I Wen,bi n-xt.
Oa motion ot l)r. Was. K. IIo.i, Col. Jhe Calloway
u appotMed Chairman, and Charles Murk, SeireUry.
lb utjcl of It resting u thee Mated by Dr. lloJl
in an aWri of ami bf.gth, argwg tl propriety of
appointing delegates to attend aaid Convention hire
aeon, tlx (oTowmg gratia iea a ere Bniuted aud
naammnosly appointed, namely : Ma W. Thorns, Rue
well A. Km, U-wtoa C Iftwihit. Fraoil.n 0. Margrave,
Meaheek Pinckston, J.eHa I'. Msbry, ll-nry Wileer,
Cut. John Calloway, Ma Ward q( Joseph Hpurgm
, ai-l William llama.
1 I)' unMin j waa then eddrva-eo by Rnewell A. Kin;,
0, aw any eay, ebo..eirtJy, and eutaraueotly a d.
Liu price. a axU ax inDrcUJ fluur ft) 7i
S at the highea price to a obtained at present.
10 11 1 but buyers do tot maDifnrf mock am
is uka H al thuae prices: Cora mnee la but ape-
f gad eslls froa waggon at fO l sUe kmc
j; bm atxtai ourmg int ! a 1 au; f wi
ll A) a 1 'A nd takaa readily it thuae prtc;
rvnpal atta oV Cuttoa which ara aottea waa a lut
i mrJt tilA rnn iMnU al M III a
A All otbef kioda of enuauy pfwloca briof vnt
amnla daring tba work, btit tko Hlrtrm (w
, Cottol PUot, aod aavaral LigliU-r saw dvwrt
, Wibnoftuo wiia txilhai, Fkwr, Fcalhera, ftra-
k 44. tt., aioca oar laat Uor Bum txMirt
ta yraiiJipy. baa bam i r,o lurinf tha
a( aH aataral Hula caara, aiiMmg wtiich wira
W ardvr, butimf wbch rra ai qmUad. Una
krkry, cuot ictad, ooa Jur R(. cNit icll, but
,rat arrratao ay tppaai (o iba ftiprama Court,
I ladg Naah aKar anma baiutioa granted. Tha
attar vara 4d peraana.
Kianatjoa ta aiclianira, but a atill bHUv Mint
laa(a rrprd to 8niia Carolina nvmry iwll
I atrpriaed n it M taken by our 0ok4 ahrtly.
PUBUC JiEETLNQ IN ROWAN.
SiUxatai, November 20, 1S3S.
'Aordiag lo prtinua ixitK-e gin, a large and re
able axvtinf of liia Cititma of Kowin, rrwmtly to
rial mpruemnt, tout placr, al thaCiMirt llouar ;
;Metiaf aaaorganiil b calling John (iilea, Yq., In
Cktir, and appointing itamuel lstply, Jun tVcie-
V Tba obpcl ol Ibe mating being explained by
(iur. Cel. Kuban NOamara introdocoa the lt-
iwlttiHwi which were uiuninuuilt lopu-d :
Rudmi, That are approva of tha pruceeilinga of the
"al laprmreiaeat Cuattentioa hIJ at urfeiwuuro
tha ( k af July laat, particularly, thai prt
fxfar SUU Coavaolion to be be Id at Raleigh on
M Moada? of Doeeoiber next.
RrmM, that k ia with pleaaure, we aee many of-
uatera lavnliea ol Ilia etala iKxninale amne ot
ir aai UlentH and patriotic eitiwna to repn-w-nt
a tba lateml linprorrnaot Convention at Ra-
iiraWard, Tbat in tha timet respectful manner, we
pa aa fellow citiiena of the VVeelern, aod our
xaMtgCunatiaa.'to appoint delegate to attend the
ntioa at Raleigh.
fStmte, inti our memuertor th Uencral Acm-
ud aw Uelegatea to the Internal Improvement
tlm, are eiroeMly requttted U- lunir infln-
Md mke one mora eHrt to imurona on tho lv
' tara, tba abvnluta neceaaiiy af entering iminedut
) libetal eyateni of Internal Improvement, and
T Iba capital and credit of the Suta fur that
Wwd, Tint Delegatee ba appointed to repreaont
miy or hwin in the Interna,! Iinprovement Ion
atbe held at Raleigh oa the wcoiid Monday
rwiponiJie following gentlemen were appointed.
HENDERSON, , REV. THOS. DAVIS,
CHAMBEttS, JNO I. KIMVEit, ,
t MALNAM ARA DR. A(IS I IN.
MDKRSON, R. II. KIU'ATRICK,
acilAMBrXS, DR. KERR,
1 Mi E. KEItR. - COL R. W. IjO.NQ,
tKlTiX, DR. ISAAC BURNS,
fwlll'.ELER, Col. S. I.EMLV,
TOERENCE, JNO. GILES.
Mioa ofD. A. Da via, it wie revived that tha
7 of the Committee have power to fill all vacao
! mat oceur. .
f resolved, that copy of the reeolution ap.
"'.nufmnntte be certified, aignod bv theCliir
MSeeretary,and banded to one of theComWttee,
JOHN GILES Chair,
na Ltm, Jr. Sort. .
vug grating Die proprNrty of tha Couuty of Davxiano pe
titfining the lygvltiura lo engage ia a liberal nvteta
uf iiiirtnvi liiiprovinKnt, by burrowing a aum auluoieot .
lo enable the Hale lo catrct a rail Roiad from tba
Keal lo Uia tnuuntatae: Mr. King mmI, ilwt it wuooly
by aduptmg a litwnl achema ol' nnvenent by Ibt
atata that we can elevat ouraelvea lotliat ataod amung
our atwer etili-a which our aatural advantagea, if un
proved, eminently entitle ae lo; that by thia liberal aya
lent. New York, from what North Carolina bow ia, baa
elevated berarlf tu her preaenl atateof wealth and pow
er. II lamented the apparent apilliy of U penola to
Una all impurtant auhct, but hoped their enterpriae and
puriotiMn would ba arouaed lo irtnod tha eftaii; that
it ia hoped will be made by tha Iglatura lo ealabtiah
what ia IndiwiMaVe to our prosperity, namely an op.
erative ayvtem of Internal Improvement
The meeticg waa addreaaed by Meaara. Henry Wal
aer and Jdin W. Thomaa on the auhject of the Internal
ImpronMiifntuf tlie Mtate and oo mot woof M.l'inck
Rrlil,Thl the proceeding! of thia meeting, aigned
by the Chairman and Srcrelary, be ptblia!ird in the
Weatern Carolinian and (Carolina Watchman, and oa
motion of Mr. Henry Walwr, the meeting adinurned.
Ch4H.di Mock, Sect.
UNITED IN WKI)l)CK,
In thin County, on Thursday evening the 32d inrt.,
by Hie R.-v. John (i. Fntchey, Mr. DWIO CORRCLL
u Miaa FRANEY, joungwt daonter of Saial freese,
In Dividnon Ctxinty. on the Hih nlL, by the Ret..
Jaeiah Uiaeaian, Mr. J. T CIIARI.E8 lo Miaa EU
ZA, daughter of the late Wm. W. Wweman, lq.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
In Randolph count v, N, C., on tba 10th Inrt., Mr.
JOSEPH JOHNSON in hia Hjih year. He waa a
good pairml in tha Revolutionary war, an afTtionate
father, and kind maatcr and much re pec ted ciliaen,
he waa of Irinh descetiL Comm.
In Davidnm County, on the 9th inat, Mr. CANNON
TAYLOR, eon orWilliam Taylor, ajed. 19 yeere.
In thia Conn'.y, on the 'iA int, JOHN VV., aon of
Robert and Tabitha li.ilen, aged about 23 yeara. Ha
haa eft a large circle of relative and friende to mourn
but utitntiely loan. ' -
1I7ILI. lie aold oa Thursday the l:Uh of December
1 f next, at the late dwelling of John Tomer, dee'd.
all the. pRraonil property behmiring to aaid deceaaed j
conaiating of II.Hiiea, Cattle, Hoge,one Waggon and
Geer, one eef of Blackamilh Toola ; and variety of
otlie- artiolea uaoally kept on a farm, but too tediou
to mention. Alao, twelve likely
eoneiatinj of one man, two women and children.
A crelit of twelve months will ba given, tha purchi
aer riving Bond with approed Securitiea.
- All ttKe indebua to uia aaia iuie, oy ioie or
otherwire, will eeltle the aame without delay, a no in
dulgence can be given. All tboaa having claima
eiriinat aaid EaUte will preaenl them legally anthenti
cated within the time preecribed by law, or otherwiae
thia notice will be pled in bar of their recovery. - .
T SAM'L TURNER, ) . , .
IX TURNER. $
Rowan Ca, iCov. a), !.
J. E. M. H0I1BV, Manager. ,
The proprietor, reapeetfiilly aaaoanca to the ladiaa
and gentlemen of Helwbury and iU vicinity, that they
have emted their aileoaiva Menagerie, and Cqoeatrain
Circoa Company lor line aeaann, and ia offering then to
the public fur exhibition, are determined to give each
variety ot entertainments at cannot tad to meat the appro
nation of all cUuara ot tba community. To e fleet thia,
they have engaged anma of the mual toleoled and cele
brated Kqueetnaa, and Gymnaatie performer, together
with their fine collectum of living aaimale; anil aflord a
rwb and rare treat to the naturalist, aod lover of Gym
nat and rueatrian exerciaea. -
Tbe Menagerie and Circoa are both arranged ander
a large and epaemue pavilion, and will be exibited to.
getlier at Haliebury on Wadneaday December 5th, for
one day only, hour of exhibition from 1 to 4 o'clock
P.M. AdmiaeMa 60 cent, children half price.
Cornmndioue aeata will ba erected tor the eocornnjo
dation of viaitora; ladies, and tbe juvenile branche of
families alweya have (lie preference. Tbe proprietor!
pledge themeelves that nothing aha II ba wanting oa their
part to render tbe exhibition both agreeable 4nd inter
eating. For a list of the animate contained in thia Me
agerie, aee bill at the Hotel,
0 There will be an Exhibition al the earn ti.ne
and place, of rare specimens of the A ne arte. Tbe
richest, most elegant, and extensive collection ot Paint
int,s ever offered lo tbe citixroa of tha place, represent
ing Burning nwonlaioa.conragraliona.Cit tea, buildings,
battle, ahipwrecka, eVe. Neither paina nor expenao
have been spared in procuring work of the moat cele
brated and interesting characters. The Exhibition will
be accompanied with n variety of Comic aooga, Ad
mission 23 cents.
(r Entrance to thia splendid Exhibition Irora the
inside of the Menagerie.
(& The above will be exhibited at Greettaboro oa
Saturday, December let ; al II. Y. Btumrnete on Mon
day, December 3rd ; al Lexington on Tuesday, Decem
ber 4th, 193rl
Saliabury. Nov. ao; ISSa ,
THE onderaigned, aa Executor of Henry Delamotbe,
Esq.. deceaaed, will, at bia late residence ia Hen
derson, Montgomery county, expose to Public Sale, on
the 3rd ot December ensuing, a very large stock, con
aiating of llonwa, Cattle, Sheep and Hoga ; Houaehold
and Kitchen Furniture : a large quantity of Corn, Oats,
Fodder, Hay, Farming Tools, ate. The Executor will,
at the same lime, rent the Land, and bira tha negrom
, Tha terms of Sale, made knowa on tbe day of Sale.
' Those having claima, are requested to present there for
settlement, duly authenticated,, within the time pre
ecribed by Lew. Those indebted to the Estate, are re
quested to make payment.
JOHN ATKINS, Ex'r.
November l. 18S3. ta . r
-' u otitc.
WILL be sold, by order of Court, at tbe late resi
dence of John Adderton, decVL, on tbe 1 1th of
December next, . t
U THIRTEEN LIKELY YOUNQ
amonisl them are men women sod children, belonirin?
to the Estate of John Adderton, dee'd., sold fur diatribe
lion amongst the heiraat law. Qr Terms made known
on the day ot sale. J AMES AlJUtltTU.N, Adrar.
" K. 1:tth 1R . 24 la.
IOR SALE: A first-rate Milch Cow and youqr"
' Calf. Apply at thia Office.
Salisbury, Nov. 23, 1839. '7. " tt t