il Mill (!
r 1 . 1 I .j . . nil 1 .1,
rt U.nnl i lit
- ' . ., .. . i ,. .i I,.. .....
IJS leU-IOln, Uf.ll uir..i'" in. 'i. .....-..,
,c establishment, not excepting the
. . i 'in.- . :n . ..r
all the -y!
,,-mtiieril Hotel, are rumen. nm.iiU.8B-
r.l.x. i entirely vtnveov e are
mini the most born we-, appreimwing uiui
shock will bring down this uilapi.ta-
Twoacconds more, and our exigence
THE WESTERN CAROLINIAN
TirrisDir Eve.iiso, Fehicam 21, 130.
Gov.wairii il is sal ha resigned his statbn
jsPreaident of the University of North Carolina.
IIjo. Jhn D. Toomer, nt present one of the Judgea
of the Superior Courts of Law, has been spoken of
as a suitable person to succeed Gov bwain. Also,
Walker Ariderson. ie
IIesdehsox (Whig) has been electeJl.by'a tnfi
iwitf of 5 voles, Senator from Misaissimw, to sup
.( ',.4 1,! u ;
ply (be vacancy occasioneby the resignation faf
JL-tfalki!J.-, - ,. ' , - "
(lr From the extracts of Congressional pro
ceedings which we give this week, it will be seen
- that Mi. Cur h ut lately com out with on e
presaion of bis sentiments on the suhject of Aboli
Uta,and in bold clear condemnation of tb schemes
of its mad ami fanatical agitators. Mttst heartily
tf rejoiced to ace lhimovcmentt affur
it docs, the prospect of liaving a strong influence
in putting the 'question to rest; although no mem-
loog. nrtr particularly partial to himself,' we are
ready and free at all times to render htm and all
others we.hope the praise to which he is justly
entitled ; in this case, he has discharged his duty
H ilte South, and the Country, and is; deserting of
bnnor for so doing. We stc not inclined lo search
..isilBV-awfitXAJttr but jet atu&ed
ia tbc ajiticipstioti of . the gnodTedecU which il h
our bope, will result from the act ; standing ready
toco-operate with any and all in what we believe to
lcrrrect priuciples,re bail gladly tlie assistance of
"yt Cwi anrJ liis party, in resisting the furious
tod uulawful course of fanaticism ; it is sufficient
t ss that the movement is in defence of our
rights we care not to look farther; whether by
Whig" or I)emocrat' U of no consequence
"tre.irc the. partisans of no man, or set of men;
anj according to the dictates of an unpretending
jsdjrraeot, shall always approve withuut respect to
parties, what we consider just, and condemn with.
tqual freencss what we regard as unconstitutional,
tai contrary, To our principles. . ""
eJl?? ..J1 hi-5alifietion-armthCT
ftnf, ia the ceurse of Ms. Calhoun in this in-
lUace, of the high minded, and patriotic spirit
sbkk looks to his; citititrji and prihcijilo without
"rending to tire indiilgeur.e of personal or party
trnmositie; it is precisely the course which we
3?i.haieexpcti4 to ee--htnrTicript7Wienhat
r,(iH-BMBt edncto&tWlerK wrtfi
Hittolore heaped on him, for commending what
W Mieved to be rijjht in the conduct of a political
rjjsjidae5i'i" $&JJ M, Ih? . potnpt-Approval
twdered to the course of another political opponent,
that he is influenced by do party jealousy, or per
Tal conaideratkins, but ia. redy Aa-ao-ope rate in
asures(tr the public good with Mb. Ct at or
Ma. Vai Brirs. We believe that he endeavors
W. all parties, in the conscientious dis
Wgeof his duly, and whether his motives are
iwpresented or misunderstood by such as coii.
n, he will enjoy the best approbation, that of a
d conscious of the rectitude of Us own inten
"d hereafter wheu the excitement of polili-
1 atrifit shall give place to the action of impartial
gtnent his efinis in defence of the ConstitutioD
lkaie an appreciation anJ reward. 1
The establishment ot the Carolina Patriot
VeeB disposed oi by Mr. Clancy, the late Edi
to Messrs, JL. JSwaim W -M.- S. Sherwood.
T 6rst numbei of the pater under the Editorial
nil of tbeae'gentlrmen, bear, the name of tho
W,W Parrio.. as in turner times. The in-
TOIgcnry addrese of the new editors is madejn a
d anassrjthirig manner wei isli them pef.
J B possiblo success in their new vocation,
iBaootheT passage Than aoirie of our fraterni-
' 'g the thorny path which is lo be trod, in
-The pqlitirn nf lh 'pr-"
The Mobile Branch of the State Bank of
-r iiKiae a aecoiiJ kusoension of sneeie
eota, in determining for the present not to re.
tbeir notes of a larger donoraitiation than
""Mara. TV n.n,. ,.it. a i. . ...... .
Board in explanation of thin nninirtoif r,ir I
, r- - - -
" conviction that
ft- . - aiwiiiij vuvujiramir
"-muio lor ne duuk io sustain
"Wer a general resumpt ion in consequence of
( we resources not heng yet under iucon.
They declare the mean- of the institution to
TP7 sufficient. v
Jms FACTOHtAccordinff to the annoint-
Previous tnvtin- a nnniLi. r it..
L Town and fVm.i- ..t.toJ .i n .
J V MiUHU 0, VUI I
i ' 00 Tur?i. v I.,, !.!,, .,. r - .1..
'SILT L .v .onw tl ,ir IIIU
W. T D' Stcn Cotton FactorS, in Salia.
. ituc meetin- ... .j.i jl i
ft oy several gentle
1 'h imrtortaiva Af ,..:.: j
poo the fii,L,i;. .s ;i. ru- ...
N;, .".lull J ma VIIIZCI1S me
I -"i'fiw r .i ...
-it""$ lonnwiin tome metifart for
'.IS L I'll s,i...i ;..;t!y r, , ven bv j.J C( ;S-
ful experiment in other part oftho State. At the
chist 4,f tho meeting S'JO.OdO' m subset i'jed as
part of the capital stock of a Company, and since
-then, we understand, tho amount hrn been increas
ed to $25,000, " ' ' . ' '.' ''
The suhject U one in which the people of Row
an might to take a deep interest: fuels are the most
'powerful argument iuany question, and having
ii,n .... .. i . . . i r 1
these, wo need niake do a)peul to t!e feelingif -
of men, farther than to"ak if they are content o
see the counties all arouml them pushing boldly!
forward while Rowan remains behinsilattng
und doubting whether she ought to improve, the
opportunity to rise with them, or wait until bv an
JncwaHed rompetitjoulhe. JiffiicttlUM will betrp
creased. ISow ts the time for action : the manifold
; advantages, we think, no man can doubt.' Why
, then delay X The increased prosperity of the il-
lugca where manufiictories have ben establishej,
ana uie uuuouoieu prontaoieness oi me investment .
ought to decide any doubts which may tie enter-
1 .1' .. 1 I I I i ' . . I 1
tained .on the subject. Tb! rett' eBret;.in thjjw to-Mie,jhiAjrjBtta)ciii duacat"
-ueeessfoi ieeomplisilmelirortny enterprise, is to ! coursgemetit.
auize upon the right moment for ita proecuiiono' " Kdi,on noni
i e . . t . r ii t fi'r tavor '(perhaps on aoi
moke a fair start, and the rett will follow as a naii..i.i-t: .l' t ' .
fair start, and the ret .wall follow a. a niulV.,,
far i.r rinnraii lirMiAfiar.l Aiwlsi ara arukarA alia'tJ I
fl '" WV llllVl IUUI KUUD B1 V IW' 11.1 SBLiailfCU
by irreralutiun and delay ; there is wanting deci
siofl and prompt action. Examine the ground clear
Iv nod fullv. and then act at once. The snhscritw t
Hon list ts in the hands of Titos. L. CowanJq.
. ' - -
rns- TT. . . . T. ' . , i
OCT The bH to grant bauking privileges to h ;
Charleston and Cincinnati Rail Road Comuanv. :
u.L i .i :.. .u- fi. .r n 'l... '
-Jv. u. u . epn,ai,ve. ;
of the Kentucky Legislature by a vote of 52, to 49. j
Although M r, Metnminget has failed to accom-!
sh the object of hi. mission, hi. effort, an,
ken of to terms of the highest commendation.
ft" Tint-New York Legislature ha. passed res-
ililtmiMl rl .'! rtnr. in ma . lial rvk 1 1, a I A l . - .1. - - -
'.U..V...W u.B...n in -uvoi-uvv IH.I illJIll Kfll fl in 1
, ... X, , , j - ., , , I
"-- ix--ia-i'r .".ir,,.-1
tives in Congress, are in violation of the Constitution j
and tlie richt of Mtitioii. So much for the do inn
... . . . . t v . . . !
The dificrence between France and Mexico, has
..Leon arranged through the mediation of the En
glish Governmcnt. " ' i
rThe " investigating comrnrttea" liave returned
. froiu Now -York to Washtnffton Cltvr but Tia3
The following communication contains a partic-1
ular description of the Lexington Cotton FactonA
th. ril, m. In Infnrn, nn hi. ,t.Uo. Ii
will be interesting to many of our readers.
... rOB TUB WBSTEBM CABOLfiUM. j
Messrs. Editors : Amons the loterestin? improve
mcnts in the way of manufactures, goingon in thefoun-
try, none, perhsns,MmoredeserviiieaMr1.tcularnbUJe..'.ini.Mii. hnUn-t t li. 'it. .... ,i.2
Ulan the Uxingtoo Cotton Factory. Tbia EsUbhsb-
ntnril tmrnmn ha at hnAn anmAlfnrtff mom (nan aAas- .rani . -
...w,. '"V , . ' "".
iui, ia milt u'.aiif cuiiipiuia anu ill lull Uerautiu.
My attention baa been directed more particularly to
the subject, from having just visited ami examined the
whole Ebtablmhmcnt, with an eye single to a descrie-.
l c 1 1 i I .J c . 1. - .: , . e . i'
nidi oiiu a iuu. ainiwieuve im uw uratiicai pari or, we i
bositiusa, ' The result I now communicate, and whether!
inUrwtintr or hoi tn the mannfaetiirinir mmmnnifvM 1
m - B j . -
- muik aeimowledire that to me, as a North Carolinian) "
it is peculiarly so, and all I regret is, tliat tlie citirens
ot Aalisbury are pot actuated by the same 14 spirit of
the tunes" that now actuates those of Lcxingtotk--
Thin Fjf-fili-lwnpnL ttrhich i hnth tha nriHn ami up.
namsnt of the
e place, is situated on a slip of Und, in i
the east part
et the 1 own. niough the tocation u not
JVSYBiSSLM iorutjianuing, u una eaM-ia-ys-4a
- viaaiw tWki,. l l.A InlVfi M llHniiralit BliH IKa haiil.linfM ma t
i . 1 ... . . i . J . ' .
; leiilion ia arrested attbti sight -of the bmWmgs, tberno-""
meU you appfose&Ui towBt piSMemme.' iiv,'""" ep. - Uis fine hair, Uun Diane i and Uil, clean
the aspect ot a young and crrow injr illaire. The Fao 1 limbs, trim build, and elecance of lorm. would be an
tory is a splendid building, rising up above all theetliers.
while theramah1 oneind m h.ltTtory JwelljgVcccii-
fweu -uy -j-Tti-T-s-i-iciuiij ariBiq and Dewly 4, w sirea ny oia Dinj rsrsnzy; nis
painted, fill up the back ground, and fbrthef onward is dam, Sally Silver, by the noted Torf horse Wberp, be
seenan extensive grove, designed for the amusement and i longiog to Coi Blake; of Kentucky, oat ot a fine Paeke
rscreation of the female, during torf fcouw fcirowIwre
i no main ounuinp ia qul'.i ot brick, and B 80 feet
long, o stones, or ii tet high, each, has a projection
at the end of 30 few long, 2 stories hi.h, tor the Eiuiioe-
House, the whole combining a degree of taste and style to the Enjli-h Sud Boc4. pa? 370, wtU more fully
-in the design. "The inside m wellfin'wlted, the ceiling; PT,r was wiporUd bv Col Rack-more, of Va
and wood work all painted, and the walla white-w shed, ! w ifl&i feai Cn-da bJ tSuxit; bia dam was Nancy
' giving the rooms, a very neet,igbtand airy appearance. jl)t,,,fnn- Brmer was by 1S imported Medly,
There are about 30 bauds at work, tkX) spindles now 4nd his dam by CoL Bray m rearsovgn ; and his
in operation, on what is called tbe dead spindle prmei- grsadam by Joily Rodgrt, tv4 of tb tborouck-bred
v pie: Uiey now produce 3W pounds per da, eoinninir ia"r Ne TWket; b fmndaa by Lmp-libter,
from No. 6 to No. 12, averaging' No. 8J. 'the Agent,
Air..lairns, intormee. me tlist they has no quite card- trscaon s Knpnrtei ssara kiUy mtm. Urn
ing enough, but vhen the Company get their additional ' p1 gTaaosaa, the tX aaanrtrd kom Union and be
Cards, they will be able lo produce 400 pounds per day, J waporteal torse SSak-prr; bia data by Noo
on OOO.sp'odlos, averaging No. B .. P" ; kB fntjt by PacaiMOtas, asd she was U by
i no iuachinery, 1 notice, waa made in nsbkill, oa
the North River, in tbe State of New York, by the
Maltewan Company. -
Every manufacturer, you know, has the particular
faculty of recmnmending Jjia owa juacbiaryr batif I
" were to judge of the appearance of this and the regular
manner in which it move, and executes its work, I
' ' would suppose that it would compare with any other ia
the country. 1 saw girls there attending to 120 spio-
. dies each, who appeared to do it with perfect ease, ait
ting down a considerable wjrtion of lheor. time . but
"What struck my eye with the most force in this depart
ment of the operation was, to notice the machinery,
the floors, io aJiurt, the. whole Establishment- kept' ae
2 clear and neaL .. .
I consider this mark of die highest eommendatina ia
an establishment of thia kind, where so many human
. . are concerned. . -
Tbe Steam Engine, which propels the whole ma-
ehioery as woll as that which is to be added, is of 30
and Bratt, Baltimore, .
But of all the inventions of (he present age, none,
. in my humble opinion, is to be compared with tbe S'esra
l. : : r . .1 . i : . . I : mi I
engine, iiis,inraci,iiieraacuincoi oiacmnem, A uoun
the one to which I now allude is spnarentlv firm and
regular io its motion, yet it pnff$ and blow, snd makes
so much fu$$ snd has so many pugilistic actioos, that
it make, one, in spite ot ail lit. pniiusopny, tairiy quail
to look at it, and yet when he reflects tiiat thia very
machine, tliis concentration of force, which rives life
and motion to tlie whole operation is tbe invention of
man and eqnal in power to JU horses, be n lost in ad
miration at the march of improvement of the ace.
The Company have ordered, to be delivered in MiT.
-1 .ft'iO additional spindles, and 30 Power Looms from the
Mschtne shop of tlie Mattewan Company.
Among other mac linery they bave-jgdc'red tlie re
cenlly pa ton tod selecting Mule, for spinnmg the fill
ing. Thia Machine, the Agent informed me, has been
lately invented in Scotland, snd patentod in tliis country.
The Eitablishment is under the entire mansgement
of Mr. J. G. Cairns, the Aircnt, who is also one of the
owners. Mr. Csirns ia a Scotchmsn bv birth, and
long experif nee tn tlie buninesa, be hssbeen ensblrd
present the community with a model of his skill nj!
taste, which, if J mistake not will redound rteatly to
jiw trru vaa wen sa.mai or uis wnpiiy io wmcn
Wongt. . . ; -
!... i : ( . si ' c ... ... i...' a 1.: .t ..!( in
c v '1 ' )ti k:: -w t'm-A tcry Well
.0 it. ii m .1, i.: i r s 4 ta l 'J ;il to any tiiaio in this
Wi;j rfnrd to t ' "T-fi-.-iil in 3 (once which must
rtv.iH to IVxtngt'St, il-.e siccr.tu operation t the
etal!mhmeet, it B o to tu'te ; fur rt iims-l be
P!ar'nt lo ail, thai ihe profitable investment ot to larje
a capital, ruip.sr employment to w many htrkK ovist
luve a very px j efc-ct mthe business hab'tsuf the vlce.
In gliart, it will n only a 11 U us weahh, increa? th"
wlue of proper, and by furaaAinjf a diversity of rin-
ph'jment, i.id ujJetiiueot istwr, but afford a roarttft
trjtMtirral product whicjrou increase thevilut
fi - '
With an eiampleso wcrthv rfhnitstion. so commend
sInc (tod, I trw, prnfiuble I'm.) to the enterprize of
Ihs Leno jto Minaficturing Compsny, befure them,
will not the citizens of Salisbury &ikw it! Will tti-
not see it to their interest, by the iostanct cteinptirled,
t""?? maoufkcUinojr an4 encouraging mechani
cl operstions! ,Vfns .trrram. T
" , A FRIEND TO JJAXLTACTORIES.
reb. la, lsci . '- v r
Neckmnic Yant(4k Ciocb nnkiii estabr
j lislimeot hat manufactory, nd a Tin and Cop-
fiiujatej as Milton w, in the n.Wst oft wealthy
and enterprising section of country, there is evejv
. " ... iiu.jnuv.vt
i we exchange will con-
. kSll, ,V . ' S.,M ' 3
Ftktteviu.c, February 18, 1S3K
Toe ansmeta of Uw week bss been very Jumted
TTisi anakt.fa rW svav-rf K.w.k i. , tl WL
nie, of eoli'm baVe not been extensiv. but what has
come id soU Testily from 11 to 13J cenu, the highest
nh tbis seai ia our market Leaf tobacco Kas sold
fcr (10 pnr babdrcd this week for MedL and we nn-
dersund that tbeWme crtcewu o&tMlrI,,ilea
Fkx tart m $1 . 1 a" ;
floor $8 50, 7 0u 50 ; rum meeu a ready market
' per bushel ; bacon, new, 10 cents; lard 12 a 1'2 j ;
3,000 bujbfls alum salt IbV present week will bive a
tendency to lower the price m it in some measure. -
W'e have also had an addition of about 2.000 sacks to
' it,. a,.k r i i .. . l m.
. lJ V AJIVVIH1U "C U(V IH CI1 i WITH, 1 US
p n n , . '
wf r wr mm 10 rq ii uroer u pmtia,
Arrivno. renruarv inn, steamer Henrietta. Csnt.
Ruth, with boats Kelson. Diligence and Post Buy, in
-"- -j a-.
dry persona -ia this place and tit the inlemir, amon
tra Hm. Wr,-CovkT 1'iitiqui MiltBciL Crew
tt Riper, Michael Bron, R. Sji:tb, Evans 4 Nettle,
A. j. Hill, and other; auo, this evening, tteasra. Cur
tis' & Myrovff s boat Peter Ross Twita mil Vusd alum
and aack aalL
Departed, steamer Henrietta, sn Tuesday 13tt, with
boat DdifeAce ia low with cntina. fl.or. tobsceU flu-
seed, &.c Ak,oo Friday Lkb,bott Nebna with finur
and eotlon snipped by merchants bere mostly. We W
UNITED L WT-DIjOCK.
I thie County, oa Tbortdat the 13th Instant. Mr,
HOUSTON MrBROOM. to JIbs ELIZABETH ft
TUOilPSON, tkughter of Mr, William Thompson.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE.
In Davidsna (jounty, on Thursday, the I lib instant.
I Mr. CASPER BRLNGLE, ad M years. Mr. E
Ml llih nMMf mail in th nminlv an4 -kitA liin
f.lhn ct 8 children, arid when be died, had 58 rrand"-
' i -it a m . a a
cmwrea. ana ow greai grano-cDiiaren.
rpilE Subscriber will fell to the
X highest bidMer. at MocksviMe;
oa Tbarsdsy f Davie Court, on two
yeantradit, ibs ibosawsn-bred bone
.Pi ii, MARCH, .
UncLmntl. Pok IS. 1m
" SIR BIUY OF TENNESSEE,
&Ti 16 tands b'gh, ith rather a. dAJrk.msoe tail,
inconU'stibla proof to ljbe poblic pf Jik fiuJiLodw4th
ourahy hirtner tfnja .- 4
, um- 'r Arcae, me fraad-eirs af To.ng Mr Billy,
waa sired by the old imported DioaMde,oat ef the tra
ported mar Dukmra,et(Tabitba, (as a reference
1 nd he by ota Eagle. II ass by Ilirbflytr, ant of
t iraaoa. v , ,
Feb. 2L 1Q
4 eery aval aad eomfurtaUe dwelling
hows 6 a swtaJl family. It iasitna
ted oa a tot d.amf Ur. Charles Torreoce, about
0 or 8 minoies wak trooi the Coart ,.
Early applwauos) Bdesred, wbtcb mil be made al
p Salisbury, Tefc 'H, SX
A . JVcavl Confectionary
f3a?i fjtTD fe.pctfuliy in'or as ib Cit-
h-VWi " ixensofSalwbirryaiid iuVicini-
tv, that be bas esublnbrd a CONFEC.
tlONARY, a lew aWa aaat of tbe
Court .TiMBSviat SslBbaryr wbere be
inteads to kota toartaatlf oa band. aU
kuMlaor " - - - . --
t fsWitt, Cardial,
Fndt, .., -.'r Winn, ; .
.Vais, . - ';,'-' , ''. Spirits, V
-x. Coif, . , Srgir;
Cnclcrrt, Fuk, .
' Kaistar, ' . AU,
. Cirfrr, &e. At,
Mr. R. woo Id respectfully inJorrn Uie Public that be
intends opening a . . . . -
RCSTAUIIATETJR, (after the Parisian Style)
ia Which he will take great sWsure ia aeeowmodaunft-
his friends with a fine cup of French Coffee, and . a va
riety of Dishes too aoarcas lo mcotioa. .
Salisbury. Feb. 21, 1. , tf
VLL persona indebted to the Subaeribenv either by
. Note or B-k aecmnt on the 2IMb day of April
by 'next, are m
most respectfo.y informed that twit wilt be
upon them bnlcs. previodsly arranged.
,We tru our friends will take no exception to this
course, as neeeteiily cotnpcls as to the m'Mire witlnsjl
iic,ui;icnminaiion, i ui.i.i.1. k. uurv..?,
.( Silihury. Feb. 21. 1-3. tf
jm. 1 w
1 11 It. SnU-cnli't Living pare! i used this .
r,f..abli.-lniM-nl and tiii-il it in a ttyle
f(r tlie accoJiiiitxiation of travellers ami
t . . J Hmnli'rs, ih no pr pnii'"t t"r llii'ir roccp-
imC Mi fABLI'l wi'd ! funnelled
With the best tlie maiket can afford;
bU IHH i!h a ptxi l suppiv of choice Liq'iors; his
HMDS hImII ttUnvs be keut lit fine order s and his tsta-
bU' f which ire verv txlou "ive'i are well supplied with
Troventler of tlm first quality, and attended by good
and faithful hostlers.
-ile-bwpeby strict attenttnn-TTOsMnrarin per-
km- to rive satisfaction to all who tnav fsvor him wi'Ji
lheif pauouaiiu. And he only asks a eall'and trial.
T k - ANDRMW CALDCLKIV.I.
J;xi nyton. N. C, Feb. 21. lSffl. U
flIIP tra.'llfnir eommahity ar respectfully inform-
ed thai tt Su Vse.rtber is now running his line di
i t,r..n n,ti. b. ' wiy of 1'itsboro' snd Ashboro to
5al(iury, in small Nchern made Coaches ol the first
irder.; leavin! Ra.leigh enlondays and 1 hurjjtjys at
10 A. M-, arriving in ""fT"1 Vl l J?"
a t 1H P, M.
His horses are good, and dri, "'"Jy""'
and aecimmpdMing. ,. ul''1' MClAAiy.-
Feb. 12, 18U9. - L-tT i
N. B. Seats secured at the Marti '
rfVUR HEATH TRACT, cool n'"?
A hundred Acres of Land,siuad abmit
six miles East of Lexington, Davids
nn I tin mail lcaJinir from I iL''?tor 1
F veiusville is now ottered Ibr Hale.
Tliere are about 1(W acres improved, and S00 in
Tbu Tract n located in a very .
and is peculiarly adapted to farming. U has on it a
fTf ( an Orchard, and a good Meadow. And inde
JtJA.! pendent of these advanUgos, the prospect for
Gold, is umjuestionablc, as one or two
-. olo vi:i.s,
have already been opened, and some very ricJk ore ex-
.traeted from them.
The celebrated Contad Odd Jtie, is situateds lew
hundred ysnls south of it ; and according to the direc
tion of the Veins of that Mine, they must nocessarily
pass through a part of this Tract
Any poruill smiiinc ia tift ht yr-rr or pet a
more minute description, will call on Rigdon Wads,
worth, in Lexington, who will give the desired infor
motion ; or any person wishing to contract for the same,
will cat! on Dr. Austin, Salisbury ; or address a Letter
to tita Subscriber, Trctitoo PostTWice, Jones Co. N.C.
, ' J.-:,-..Vi--ii----- WM. A, HEATH. "
.rob.ai, 183& r-tf
I r a lilt, euiMcriuer oners nisservicciiioine-uHixensoT
X Kalwburv in his profession, lie may be found It
the Mansion MoteL J. F. MITTAG.
Salisbury, Feb. 14, 1830. , . tf
I. 'I "-
TIIE firm of WARMOTH & GIBSON, haa been
renewed, ind is now in lull operation as heretofore,
and prepared le execute all Jobs in Lie -
business. NAny work in their line (constructing or re
pairing,) will be thankfully received, and dona with
punctuality and despatch. .
. A WARMOTH & GIBSON.
Coneord, Feh.2t, 1839.
uocT.vr. J. iovli:u,
.mm Wr- at I hX
I17ILL be absent from Salivary for a tew weeks;
1 -persnns from tfej baotry desVing tb ha ve ope
rations perfoimed on their Teeth, will be attended to
immcluitely on bis return," bj leaving their names at
ihe Mansion Hotel. - ; -
February 4 1, IsCJOl A"- ' ?-tf
THc.Suinmer- Sf Mion "vt .tliii
- -s yj' ciininenca on tho HtU of March. .
TERMS OF TLTTION.
First Class, per
.10 DO .
,i . m'
larfiD Mat. WorUd Work, Ew
broidery, ojc, ic, B 00
Mimic, ner seabton. 25 00
. Board in respecuble families, can be bad at eight
and nine dollars per month.
8. D? NYE HUTCHISON, Principal
N. B. Parents and Guardians disponed to patronise
the Academy, are respectfully solicited to enter their
daughters and warda as near the commencement of the
farm aa noasiblo. .
No deductioa will be made for absence after entrance
except oa account sf sickness. . -
Febrosrv 14. 1S13. 7441
Tbe IVoffd Quarter Horse, .
IlflLLrtind tbe en-
.1 f.uing Season-al
07" Sue band-bills,
Salisbnry. Feb. 14. l'yV).
lr?4 .. ... ;
Ui MOCKSVILLE, DAVIE COUNTY.
INFORMS the public that he has removed from hi.
former stand, to bis now buildings on the public
square, in the Town of Mocbsvilln, where be will con
tinue to keep a HOUSK OP ENTERTAl X M EN T.
His Housa is roomy and commodious; attached to
which are six coreft.rlnble Offices for gentlemen of the
Bar, all convenient to the Court House. The subscri
ber pledges himself to the most diligent exertions, to
give satisfaction to such as may call on hitn, , His Ta
ble, Bar and Stables are provided in the bost manner
tut the country will afford, and hi. servant, are faitb
tul and proniH,
Feb. 14. ISO. - --r 7t--tf,
: V - ' ' - - .IS oticc. - - '--'r--
i I.L persons indebted to Uie EUte of John Shaver,
V dee d., and whose notes have become due, are hore
bv notified to come forward and make payment without
farther delay.' ' -RAMT. FHALEY, Adin'r.
Fa!.iry.N.C,reb.7,lt..:'. ' .. tf
. 4 It.
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:i::zjzzzz.. .. .
. i -
f PlIE undersigned take plessnro in nnonneiri!; i
4 public that they hats enjajjed ',. HuuU R, ll'
to take charge or this Itwiituii'i, and that it v. . i
Ve-onened on the 11th of Fcbirfury.
,Ti ere?t length of time Rhtch .Mr. Ilai.a has d
ted to the instruction of youih ; tho high standing i
classical learning whicii many of his pupils have ov.
pied at difloret)t CoH;es;' tlie liealthy location of f.
Academy, together with the moral coaditioo of tlie sn
roand.ng country, Inspire" tbera with the confiJcnoe
oboiming a sltsro or public patrjnsijo.
' Instruction will be given man Hie branches usum
taught in our best academies.
board can be liad very convenient hi hiirlilr rcipnc! .
blc (hmilien ., . ... . -,
The Academy is situated on the road leading fro'
Statesville to (lock ford, 0 rmles from the former pine -
The scholastic year will be divided Into two Sesame,
of 54 months each, snd at tlie end of each there will 1
a vacation of 2 weeks. Tuition in llle minor brsncln
d English will be ft 00; in the hiifbor bmnche
$i 00, and in the Languages $20 00 pet annum pny
able at tlm end of each session. . - ,
Boar! can be had.at 30 00 per twasinn,
( ALVI.M HOWARir,
ry ROBKRT II. 1111, U
- . ' " WIUJAM A, IHJNLAP.
Botany Church, Iredell Ca, N. C, f
Feb. 7, 18119. f 'l ft
"HiRtfU tbeSoltseribef on the 11th instant, an iiwlcn
k ted Apprentiee to the BlnckMnhhirw! business, bv
thtf name of MARTIN FREEZE. Said Preexe is U
tweetf nineU'ca and 20 years of ago,r-tolwnlily stout
built, brautr hstr, na atioei a reel o mctc high. All
persons ar herchyLCtutiorted not to harbor or employ
iwil boy aa 1 will put the lav m R-ce against those of
fendin". The reward nf rty horse-shoe jisjl, JitiU
notbankitl ie if Wen ftf hiadelivTity to me art Row
an county, N. C. JHOS. S. AT WELL'
Rowan ca Pub. 21, IBM ' 3t
HAS oo hand for rale a qnantity of soperll1 Trees
and Duds, of the Moms Mutticiuhs, whieh in
warranted to be genuineEarly application ia desired,
as they may be otherwise disposed oC..s-ii,:i;
lxinrton, N. C. Fob, 14, 18110.
Foiirlli and laM ( nil I
IIIE undersigned araa appeal. lo tUosa indebted Vo
A- him oo account of the Western Carolinian in any
way, to come forward and pay. It is out of the ques
tton for him to wait or be put ofTany longer: hi. neces
sities are pressing : he has waited years, with a great
mwty, and further indulgence other than the law will
allnw.esnnot be given, if settlement is not made in tlie
presen or ensuing month.- - . W. HAMPTON.
Jan. 3, 119. s-".7 tf
HIIIS day the Copartnership of Wheeler St Burn.
A wa. dissolved by lia consent of parties j all per
sona ItiJebtod to th. Firm will make payment a soon
possible vtrbum tat. The Apnthecsry shop will
be under tho control of C B. 6t C K. NVheeler, by
.mhflwiue aUeatkm will be ieni --"
WIIKELCK & liUKiVa.
Salitbury, 3d December, 183& tf
C. B. c C lirAYIllAlliilAU,
HAVING entered into ro-"
nMPfriAraliin in im ... i
ukodesjure in lonouncitwr ia the citlaena-
gcncrftllyllt..Uiey will keep oonsUntly -on haod a -
iresu and general assoruneoi oi
Drugs. MedicLaei, Faints, "
Dye.Stufl-- Surgical :Mtnimentja,cr;
Bnufli " "Tobacco, Cigars,
SPIRITS, WINES, Lc
together w'rth a""plehdif assortment of FANCY AR-
77CLS-alt of which they will tell aa eheap, if not
tkt'pn tktin any ofAer Druggist or Merchants in tkt
State. . '
N. B. All order, from I distance, where reference
i. (jtven, wilt be promptly .itcrKicaia ,
Ssliithury. Dec H KH - ' tf '
1 r.V or iTaa
j 1 1 1 1 QUMMER will be coming before lonf,
lu and your houses are not yet painted :
runts a nd oil are cheap, and labor costs almost nothing,
thank tlie citikena of this place, and the surrounding
country for the very liberal patronage they have bero.
totore bestowed on ma, and by a strict attention to bu
siness, hope to merit's, continusee-of Uie same.
I will ssy to all who. desire to have painting done,
and may call on me, that it shall be executed in the mf t
improved style, and that do pains shall be spared ou my
part to give satisfaction. ; L
Any one wishing to have painting done, will always
find me in Salisbury, antes, necessarily absent on busi
nesa, i IL H. RAINEY.
N. B. All order, from a distance, directed, to me io
Salisbury will be punctually attended to. ..:".:..'-
January 1'4,'IKIO.'" tf
-- To Owners otMVUsr ;
rpilE Subscriber ba an improved patent Spindlt lor.
Mills, by whicii, mill will do much bcUsf tlisn"
with the usual foiTn of Spindlca, It is so constructed
as to keep from heating or killing the meal in any man
Her. The pinner is n fnijU.)! hy ilgUiUU M
u. t) t n ....an .... tl. I. n .a n .C . ,m . v.n 1 1 . n a I. ma .
rubbiiigof the stones. -1
llunk. bv thia improved Spindle, the same water
" , - w u l wre IT. ttmi vmimtfKM, IU VI WUID, .t,. I w m iiu
will do at least one-third more business, and the meal
of auperiur quality. ,
may obtain one or more, by making application, (with
in a short time) to the Subscriber at Mocksville, Daie
Co. N. C I think the probable oust will not exceed
30 for the Patent and Spindle ready for use.
.Col. Wm. F. Kelly and Tboa. Foster, In Uie vicinity
of Mocksville, have recently tried the improved Spin
dle, and ire arga'y plessed wilb it. -
L M. GILBERT.
- February 7, 119. " tf
Moic W aulcA
IJ1ROM 1,000. to 3.tK)0 Diillara wanted, time, for
. which Security will be given, either oo Real Es
tate, Nejrrocs, or In. b-st of Personal Security,
OO1" ror further particulars, reference may be bad,
by calling on Dr. Austin, Salisbury.
rpiIOSfi w whom the Folate of Anderson K. Foster,
A deceased la Indebted, muH present tlieir claims by
May Court, and all those indebted to the s-momnsl make
payment within tlie tune above mentioned, of tneir ae
counts snd note, will be placed in the hands of an oHi.
eer for collection. B. CRAICE, '
It. N. CUAICR
SaVis'itirv.. r'. 7. r5-,fi.
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