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,1'ijln r, IhO Wtrhmsn, lias been greatly hot,-
i .r I uinishfld il our rojoicinj in tlic election
j '' yf ghejwrd, t State-Rights Republican, It sees
: ' ' jir), omens and dire portents, in this muiple ex-
i ' L r of Nullification, which used to alarm it so.
' .;.'rh well cleaned to know, when we ever
"fwd any Vvinpalhy of kind feeling fbf tl prind.
Y. of the reuoraiwi, mai mey diw iiiwi i iw
bits - y . . . r .
' .:1 t onr trra'tncauon wr-uie success 01 niaiu
s rht Republican, although he may differ from ua in
point. Mr. Shepard expressed in the Circular
heiaddressed to his constituents last Spring, sen
Hinents becoming a freeman, and a' Republican; we
,t that time our approbation of tliem, and his in-
jcpeuJcntfour !,' e una unce, inai,noiwnnsianu.
ihe condemnation of time-serving politicians, his
-tfituentsepproved them too, and have sustained him.
A, for the charge of the Watchman that we have
herniated of late, or before, to speak our opinion
foehf-'A of no force. We are perfectly content to
i-. course answer for haelf. We made at the atari
r'nliin and clear exposition of bur political opinions
. j .1 . '.l ...
we have since maintained them without
jijye, and unifbimly, and at no time more fully. than
during the late canvass in Wis Uistrict, when the party
.XTKinrfrT R agiiiiy, ii cuniuaam
winced a$ being opposed to the Whig, because Uiej
aitiofltl pledges of allegiance to Heory Clay, and their
compromising hostility to Van Buren, and all his
metM "K1'1 ? wronkV ,l lime for l,,e OpP08
a, oow that the election is over to drop the arts aug
jested by the Caucus, and practised with so little uc
,. the easiest way ol getting out of the difficulty
no, u to acknowledge their failure honestly, and with---p-t
tfyiog tu-auttotkiLflverbyjContinued inisrepresen-iiu-n!
and above all tilings, la keep cool aud not get
m i passion, and say harsh, and unseemly things as the
Viichman did last week ; let' that pass however. We
mike charitable allowance for the natural bad humor
IB) irritation of the occasion, but hope as Uiey have
did time to get over it, that our neighbors will not suf
fer their emiatiiinity to be1 seriously disturbed any more.
It does bo good whatever, and only makes bad worse.
TmnrtMe Stnalori. We noticed a letter of Mr.
Filter's, pue of tie Tennessee Senators, published sev
eral weeks before the elections in that State, in which
It expresses his intention pf resigning bis place in the
II, S. Senate, in the event of the Administration party
laving a majority ill the Legislature. From the state
skdU of Tennessee papers, both Whig: and Administra
TgSTit teems that Uie Administration party hat gained
the oiajority in both branches of Die Legislature, and
eHweucutiy -we may look, for Air, Foster's resignation,
it bat been conjectured that Judge White will act on
t&eiame principles. If so, two Administration Kena-
Wkiie and Foster.
- fttt iwnaft-iwt yeljiv'.ed from Uie Governor's
election, though there are sufficient to decide the elec
tion ot Polk by between two and four thousand major
ity This astonishing result indicates a Whig lues in
the State of more than 20,(KR votes within two years,
since the last Governor's election, when Cannon's ma
jority ni between 19 and iJU.OUO totcsX
Tiw Teaneasee papers say, that there is also a Van
Burri majority In bvth branches of the Legislature.
Seven- Whig, and six Administration member of
Congress, have been elected, being a gain of three
members fur the Administration : The delegation now
It-iUCsrirr.. JUJyMiam, M. P. mfr,
Mi Veil, Y. B. CampMl, J, W. Crockett,' tVE
iUianu. 7 Whigs.
A. McLeUan, J. IV. Blackwrll, II. L. Turner,
C. Jokiuon, A. V. Brown, II. M. alrr$on.H
A warm contest has taken place in. this State, the
result not fully ascertained; the accounts indicate the
election ot the following members to Congress:
1 ttawic& '
ticlWl'iiIllilW) "vice KuiiMey,'(W)"dfr
" ' " clined. " "-""
"ad " ''-- 7. R. Underwood, (W re-elected.
5th " S- IL Anderson (V) without opposition
-vice J. Harlan, (WJ
6th " W. Ureen, (W)vice J. CalliouniW.)
7th " John I'opcCW) re-elected,
wih M Wm. J. Grave, (W) re-elected.
Uio " Jolin White, (W) re-elected withoat op
position. 10th " Richard Hswev, (W) re elected.
Titu' " " " CareYi DavisT OV) VieeJ.-Chattrbcrs (W)
I3;h " W. Butler, (Ad:n.) vice W. W. South-.
American Steam Shipt that are to be. Meetings
have lately been held by the capitalists in Bo&ton and
New Ynrk, to take into eohsideratioa tlia immediate
establisliment of tlie'conteuiplsted linos of steam-ships
from this eouutry to Europe. The attempt has been so
successfully and profitably made by the English Win
pamcs, that it appeals too strongly to the entcrprize ot
tin Yankees, to be disregarded. The proposals made
at Boston were to have four vessels as large as the
Great Western, to run once in a fortnight, by way of
Halifax, the shortest route to England, which it is said
would be a shorter passage by 24 hours, than the trips
now made to New York.
The meeting u New York determined to commence
Mhkng-early i4be Alk Theyi.inUwd, tft. buiJA .?!?).
hosts in a style different from the English steamers and
-..flawt aftet the manner of tha boat on our Western
atcrs, except that they, of course, wilt be adapted to
tHrcan navigation. :
When all these lines are established and in full ope
tioii, we shall have an arrival from England every week.
The Damage across the broad Atlantic will become a'
mere, ordinary pleasure trip.
In the Mobile District, DiUet, (Whig,) has been
elected over hie oppoocut. Murphy, (adut) Thi i
Whig gain.- . ' ': : ' " ' "
"-tirrtHi Womotiwrj" lhstrrct Dixon IL Iajus i tdlht.
.out doubt re-elected. '
No farther returns, - " "
I, . '
The August number of thi Agricultural periodical
has come to hand ; the table of contents, given id an
other column, present the usual interesting, and valua
ble variety. : .. .
' -..a, .jJfr.'r -...
V FaaiaiiwTo!!, Davie Co, Aug. 13, 133a
Messrs. Aimi &. Firuer : I have just received
the certain news (Uat our Republican candidate Charles
- Fisher is elected. Thi glorious triumph over the
. most outrageou means I ever knew to be used in any
election in mr whole life, but thank God, the good
cause i ahead, and long, bog may it continue so.
Tlie just and manly course of your paper in thi con-ghjs-ro'y
rntirB-approbation. RtuLi wytLJoajojcon
'ne ending n to me entd I direct otiicrwue.
; - Respectfully yours, ; V
TABLE OF CONTENTS oK F A K ME US' lllkilS-'
TER, SO: VII, Yul, VII.
Remarks on the Vegetable Kinydmiv cuncriidd).)
Kemiiliocencis of Jamestou. Bacon's Rebellion. Tiie
editor to Ilia, readers. I'romisicuous. The chinch-bus
in Surry. Comparative value of different kinds of mul-
orrry trees, tnr-ttnrtr ferdmg-jmiduct- ifrrecs toit
rerrea Dy tlie C diversity of Virgima, July 4th, 151).
Degrees conferred by the College of William and
Mary, Jul4tli, 139, Essay on Vegetable PI lysiolo-
gy, cnap. xv Lhap. xvi., Chap. xm. Advantages of
riiiuarsiiig uie uue-marsiies ot Alaryland. Advanta"o
ot late sowing of bearded wheat. Experiments of
leeanig sux-worms on wet leaves. To-fccep sweet-potatoes.
Product of mulberry leaves. Elleols. of Kming.
First trials of silk-culture. Theory and fact Two
crop silk-worms. Progress of silk-culture, and new
improvements in the middle Stales. Season, chinch
bug and cheat. The chinch-bug. Importance of prop
er selection of (iHeworms -eggf, Difference between
northern and southern stock. Ch inch-bug. ' Monthly
commercial report " Season and crops. .
' IILII'TIOM, ,
Raleigh and- G ielon Rail-road. Pennsylvania (node
of getting out clover.seed. Character and qualities of
herds, timothy, and oilier, grasses. Reclaimed mead
ows. Labor the great want of the tide-water coun
try., fo destroy yellow buss. Benefit of birds on
Dried and brick-making. On the husbanding of farm
yrd manure, and on other rural luhjecU, Mowing.
Steam-plough. Prospects of the uiuiticaulis crops.
Large cocoons. Selection of male animals in the
breeding of cattle aud sheep. Chinch-bugs. Spaying
heifers. Silk-culture in Turkey. To stop a leaky
cak. EarthWorm. Mould. Silk-culture commenced
in Upper Canada, by a lady. The newest and greatest
humbug yet announced. Usefulness of birds in agri
culture and gardening. On the Jalap plant of com
merce. On the culture of the mushroom. Emigration
to the west - ernirtnt and agriculture, in Mas.--chusettsi
Mud Tor manure. '
UNITED IN WEDLOCK,
i In this County, on the 15th instant, by the Rev.
Jainos D. Hall, Mr. JOHN R. LOWRANCE to Miss
In Montgomery County, on the 4:h instant, by Eld
ridge Parker, tti., Mr. FRANW.LN BILES to Miss
HARRIET MOODY. ;v
DEPARTED THIS I'JFE,
In the- neighborholid of this place, on the 17th inst ,
SAMUEL C. BROWN, aged i years and tj months.
The deceased was a most worthy citizen, aud is great
ly regretted by bis friends and acquaintances.
In CabarruCa,on the 11th inst, Dr. R. C. IRWIN
of lypus fever, aged about 21 yeafC "" '
- D. rwm had very recently located himself at the
Jifluec of Mi.-William Cjibson, in this county, where
he had commenced the practice of Medicine. He loft
this county on the morning of the 7th, for his father's,
and H i mpptwed.-fiur exposure tathe'hearot the- stin,
greatly excited his disease. It is but just to the de
ceased to say, he bid fair to become a useful mail, and
skilful physician. His moral character was good, and
lie" w as hiiic'h beloved by all who knew hiffl; CWntn. "
Also, inCabarrus,onthe 8tli inst, Mrs. WALLACE,
aged "4 years. ' . .
STILL LATER THAN-EVEIL
Snuffs, Tobacco, 'Sp.
Starch, Soah, Per
Stuf&, Taints, Oils,
fumes, Brushes, In-
TRl'MSNTa, f ASTC
and Wrapping Paper,
Paper ami Paiatsv-Ma
lags, Port, Kherry,
ItoAaM, Fine Letter
Quills, Ink, Drawing
dcira, 1 eneriHe, Ma
and Claret Wmot, Frehokv Peach JQd Apple. J5randy,
Gin, Mooongahala and old Whiskey, Jamaica and N.
E. Rum, Loaf Sugar, Varnishes, Sand Paper, Glass
Ware, Bottles, Lemon and Ginger Syrup, Lime Juice,
Tamarinds, Jugs, Casks, Pocket Books and Maps, Pipes,
Iron snd ComuosHion Mortars, and Pestle, Caudle
Wick, Blscktngv Leer -DeaaX DyatlV, Anderson',
Hooper's, Scott', Cook's, Shop, Beckwith's, Peters',
Modst's. Evans. Braudrein's, I'helps' Pills, Houck's
and Swaiin's Panacea, Moore and Anderson' Cough
ff Boxes, Spices, Pepper Sauce, Rowand s
Tonic Mixture. Back Gamon Boardu, Matches, Balm of
Vermifuge, nd thousand ottierarticlee j'tstrece.ycd
nd foT-sale- rtew at the Apotoecaxy vza, ay
---..-.--..v : o. B. C rT
Salisbury. June 7, lSlO. tf
fl'ST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE,
20 prs. Elliptic Spfng". 'i,n 5 8mj fi
1(H) lbs. Malleable Iron?,
4 hhds. Sugar,
20 sacks Salt.
ALSO, IX STORK.
20 hhds. Molasses,
- 20 bags Coffee,
2000 lbs. Cotton Yarn,
7"i kefs White liead,
31 kegs Nails, "
12 Blacksmilh's Bellows,
It) do. Anvils,
20 do. Vices,
- -- - - by J. Si W. MURPHY.
Salisbury, May 31, 110.
GRANDSIRED BY TUB AMERICAN
Tlit Cliamptoii-t-A ttwek'.i,- '
WINNER OF THE GREAT MATCH RACE,
The North against the South,
- f 2(itn(Mjkwiu'Z. .. X
fflHE tliorouffb-breil horse,
LATH, bred by Col.
w.dn lUmntno'. of Riuth Carotina. witl stand the
Fall scaoon at Worganlon, uurxe gumy,
mencing on the 20th insuot, and ending on the 25th
of November.'. '"' " ", ,.,,
for further particulars, c hand-biU.
fr Salisbury, N. C, Aug. 23. im '
- r .. .. ... M ......
Three Hickory Siritchcs liacard.
R ANA WAY from me, on the 8th August, n,i
indented appprenticci by the name of J O 8 fc r H
C 11 A M B E R 8 . This is to forwarn all persons from
Irsdinif with, tiartnrinir. or eoncealinir Raid apprentice.
under the severe penalty of Uie Law. He i about
16 or 17 year of L-e. No mark recollected except
tlie big toe oo his right foot is severely scared.
"' No ttlinkrwitt he given for hi appralu nsioiu
Rowan CountyV AJ. 23, 1W. - U.
lull II m&
fll.XKEM UP and committed to tho
. I Jail of Roh an County, on the -ith
who. calls hinimll'
ion, about :r7
longs to llobt.
strict, R C
li fillip r irLt.it ni
prove properly, piy chargca and lake him away, or he
will be dealt with as the Law directs.
JOHN II. ilARDIE, 8l. tr.
Salisbury, August 23, 1HJ9. , tf.
rpAKEN up and committed to the
JL Jail of Rowan county, on Uie 15th
instant, negro man who calls himself
TOM, about 60 years of age. He says
the sight of his left eye is injured, and
that he belongs to George Vuipcr, of
Fairfield District, S. C. he owner is
requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges
and take hnn away, or he will be dealt with as the law
directs. . JOHN II, I1ARD1K, Sh'f,
Saliabury, June 21, l3tf. . if
rpHE travelling community-are respectfully inform-
-R- gA tlint ttta Siitwrrihor i now rnnninir hi tin fli.
rect from Raleigh by way of Pitsboro' and Asliboro' to
Salisbury, in small Northern made Coaches of the lira
order leaving Raleigh on Mondays and Thursdays at
1U A. M., arriving in SMliobury next bays at It) P. M.
Leaving Salisbury en Tuesdays and Kridaysat2 A.M.,
arriving in Raleigh next days at W P. M.
Ilia horses are good, and drivers particularly carelul
und accommodating. , " ( JOEL McLHAN
Feb. 12, IMH. . . U
N. B. Seaj(recurod at the Mansion Hotel.
i RE now receiving at their old Stand, at Stircwall's
l. Mill, in Cabarrus, a new and fresh supply of
Spring and Summer Good.
The following articles are among the latent arrivals :
1,700 , lbs. of Sugar, V
I, COOL, do. Coileo, '
" 50 burials Salt, :
Wines, Coeniac Brandy. l)ye Stufrs, Powder, ic, 4c,
&1L ot jJiich. will iienuljil. low. for cwh.ucJhi. puuetual
dealers on Time. JACOB WLNECOFF Si CO.
May 1st. 1431). ' SRfcly
(Haying located himself lit Salisbury,)
UESPECTFU LLYoflers his aervicea in lb virions
branches of his profession, to the citizens of the
Village, and the surrounding coiiniry. Jle hooea from
hia experience and" untiring attention totho duties of
hm nrnfuMinn. U be nlft to render renentl'vaal ulaclion.
Ilia office is at. Maj. Wm. D. Crawlord's itotcl, whore
ho may be found at all times, when not absent on pro
fessional duties. i . '"T-7
May 17, ' " --A; A-
Laml -for" Sale,
7 . j .imiaut, a nryro man
j V I BILLi, of uurk comiilex
-C"ii I . yearsol ae; hehaysheU
I (J . I Jrickj of Oungeburg Di
--I'm fJ.. The ow ner is renueitlrJ I,
flMIRSubecriber, as sent for Hetty &"''"n'TraciroTliln tlonrrrnXbnnbi-.'t
VI J.roe ScoXeuaiary:
tend moving to the West, oiler for sale Uw
following Tracla of Land :
una l rsct conUminff 41.1 acres, the residence of tho
late John Scott, situated five mile from Salisbury, on
the main road to Charlotte, N. C, having much cleared
laud and valuable Meadows, With a large and commo
dious dwelling bouse, a double bain, cribs, kitthensand
0oer out houses all in good repair with the best of
wtter. , m
One other Tract of 41') acres, adjoining tne above,
RuioaJptli, sides ol Cram creek, having on it a Grittt
Miir a fld 30 acrffl clea redTW aueraieauQW aw wt.
tsioLlJMMHiiiL. : .
A publte stand ii-i weU tnowu i as a jpfiyiWW,
sidence it is a desireablr place.
A waggon, horse and negroes will be Uken in pay
mciiL A young negro girl is wanted, tor which a fiiir
price will be given, '
OCT The above Ijinds will.be rented or leased, if not
sold, this Fall by me. A. W. BRANDON.
July 20, lWJO. am or u-
Wilmimitoji, llelaware, )
June' 22, 1-0.
fpilE unlersigned Adminiotratrix of the Estatcof the
X late Hftekiah Niles, former Editor ol the Register,
begs leave to inform the public, that there are yet to
be disposed ot, un reasonable Urme, a few full sets of
Niles Register, from the commencement to volume fif
ty, inclusive, with all the supplements, and general In
dex all complete, comprising a period of twenty-five
yar$, with a number of sets including the second and
third, and fourth series, from Sept. Ibl7, to Sept. li,
with sundry odd volumu to complete the sets of those
who have been, oj are now subscribers to the work.
She would also beg leave to state, that yielding to the
imperious neeettitw which exists for so doing, she has
placed all claima due to tlie said deceased, in the hands
of Phillip Rrigart, of the City of Baltimore, with a
view of having the same collected snd closed by him
aH tlie Books ol Uie concern being in bis possession,
and to whom application can be made for sets or parts
of sets of the aforesaid work.
""The 'under fig" ned'Hopeelhersbe-ie wm peNOjuaff. too.
much in asking Uie kind and liberal public press ot the
United States, to etve the foregoing fc insertion?.
U M 1 1 CJ tlMUn, nn-jvmjp". ' , '
with the' lew otRnhng-her-to dnspoiiot-Uifl iurplMS I
copies of the Register, and to realise the sums due from
uSose for whose benefit the labor of her late husband
were tealously given, to enable her to sustain thirteen
children; eight of whom are under twelve yeara ol
aje. SALLY ANN NILES, Adm'ix.
JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK, PHIL
ADELPHIA, LONDON AND PARIS, the
Spring Fakkions for 1839, -
by the Subscriber," wteU prepared" ro-irtrt and meVe
cuthing ID tho moil fathwhable and urs(e tly'e, and
warranted to fit. He, also, keep a good assortment of
Cloths, Cassimcro and Veslinw ot the first qualities,
selected by himself in the Now ork Market, ill of which
he will sell low for Cash.
N. B, He till continues to teach the rtof CutUng
garments on the most approved plans of Uie best Tailors
in New York and Miiladelphie.
gp Cutting for customer don on the shortest no
lice, nd order from a distance attended to with de
spath. (W Hi bop will be found in Mrf Cowan's
large brick building. BENJ. F. FRALEY.
Salisbu, May 2, 1. .; . - tf .
,SlU. AlelillVS HCUOOIj.
rpiIE Summer Session will close on Friday, the Oth
. inst, and Uie School witl be re-ojiencd on Mon
day, the Oth September next,
Salisbury, An?. 9,1909 ' . tf.
UA'E juat received froni Xew York and. Philadel
phia, an extensive amotiiuent of.
SPUING & SWIMEIl GOODS,
ro.HHTl OF -
Diy Vtocnh, Hurdwnre, Tinwaro, Crock
ery.UROCKlUES, Dnigignil Mc
dicines, Dye-Ptulls, Ptiiuts and ; ;
Oil, Hoots and Shoes, .
": Suihlli rv, Ac, Ac. ;
In short, their Stock com,riHes almost every article
needed by Uie t'wnrr, Meckanic, or the fnnf,imwtiU$
of the town or country. ,
N. B. They will sell low for cash, or to punctual
dealers on time j or in exchange for. country Produce,
Concord, May '.Mth, 11!). it
'Yrcsyj,cry ot jCowcouV
, r'riJIE Presbytery of Concord will mwt in this Town
M- on Wednesday. September 1 1th, at 1 1 o'clock, A.M.
The membera of Presbytery are requested to stop si
the house of the Subscriber, as they enter the Town, to
bo directed to their places of lodgm.
HibtrrTt-Nrnt-AugftsHV4W)r- .".tp, ,. .
- 0. IT. FlralvZ! '
UESPKCTFULLY takes this method to inform his
friends and customers in Concord and ita vicinity,
that he still continues to carry on the above branch of
llu.iness at his old stand in Concord, South of the store
ot Messrs. J. F. &. C. Pluler, where he will be found
at all times, ready to .... , , .4. .
Cut innke or F.xeculr,
any work in his line. His long experience in the Busi
ness, the pains he is now taking to receive the rurlit$t
f'ah ions lrom Philadelphia and New York, enables him
to say, that the work done at his Shop, shall be ol the
.... - AMI , '
N. B. Ho will also teach (as A,'eutjho much ap
proved system of T. Oliver ol Philadelphia, to any one
who wishes instruction in his nystein'ot cutting.
Concord, No. tfU, 1W.
" SCUUTUU1NC3.7 7 -
rlIIE Subscrilior w ishes to inform bis customers
Aland the pubjic genafully, that he still carries
on the 1 '..jji.. ..-.. l
.-iioirv-a niiiss( iHimiirwi,
and is ever read o.ejccutC4.aa.a. iery uierior
irmiiner, all descriptions of work in hi line. x
Uold-Grindtrt, Mill-Stone, Windav and Door,
till, Door-ttept and TVm6-(onet, are executeoV in
- e very rare irtvle. Hi e"t fiir MUl-Stone is very
T Mr. 1 hiTiiN rTho leTnr6nrrniiS"6'utirie
that he can execute Engravings of various kinds
..M.1 L" .Mf'S niarhle-iilnlii neatly, and granite
tomn-Mione can be well executed it acsirro. - rug
charge shall alwuy be reasonable, and as accoin
tnodatrng as possible.- . .
Persons wishing to have work done in the alxivo,
line, will do well to call at tho residence of Mr.
Philip, eeven mile south of Sulishury . ,
ENOCH E. PHILLIPS.
August 24, IMS - If
r11HE Subscriber, in conformity to recent instructions
JL tcceived from the North Carolina Gold Mine Cotn
rmjr, wivo w aiiw. Uu intiirestml, thst
jerenllor sll persons found tresiWHsing iiimiii thefiilloW'
to the strict letter of the Law.
JOHN WARD, Agent.
Davidson, April 13, 1831).' it
v Tract, No 1 containing ftS acres, lying on the four
" 2 containing 002 acres, lying on tho wa-
ters of the Flat Swamp.
" 3 containing 3,HIH) acres, lying on Lick
A " creek, Flat Swamp, and Yadkin River.
' ' 4 containing l,WiO, lying on Flat Swamp
s!aaJtiH7it,.. W Jyjpg,",-1 Jcfc-ereeh.
tj.: 7M-coutHininre J,4 liJiIyiiig bn'FTavt'Swmapt
--; eonwnwif tk iying oar Ltck;creTk
-i-contiimmg BOlvlymg on-Lfck-eree.
" . 10 containing 1,K)7 acres, lying on Lick
ereck ami Flat Kwamp-v-"
12 containing, l,ilr)3, lying on Lick creek.
" 14 bonUtimng 1,317, located on tour mile
.branch and Jacob creek, adjoining tho Lead mine.
Rnuncriber having purchased this
R- bstablMnnent and fitted it in a slylu
for the, accommodation of Travellers and
Boarders, is how prepared for their recep
tion. His TABLE wll always be furnished
With the best the market can afford;
his BAR with a good supply ef choice Liquors; his
BEDS shall always be kept ih fine order j and his Sta
bles (which are very extensive) are well supplied with
Provender of the first quality, Rnd attended by good
and faithful hostler, .
He hopes, by strict attention to the businnss, in per
son, to give satisfaction to all who may favor turn with
their patronage. And he only ank a call and trial.
Islington. N. C, Feb. 21, ISiO.V" 12
O r pilK HEATH TRACT, onta ining ix
4 hundred Acres of Ind, silunted about
vsyr.,pjjlci4'iist of Lexington, I)vidw)n t'n.
on the toad: leading :1ru'rn ti'tSettrf
. ,1... ..U .Tii-?-.'
1 sveoetale is duw offorefl Jur IMJC
? .. .... ,
There re bout 100 rctc improved, nd 500 in
Wood and Tiiiiberf ' . V.7 V
Tlie Tract la located in a very
ZSAITH? P.2aXC2T,. ,
and is peculiarly adapted to arming. It ha on it a
Man Orchard, and a good Meadow. And inde-
pendent of these advantages, the frospect for
. Void, i unquestionable. one or two ' ' ' ,
have already been opened, and ome yery ric or ex
' tracted from Uiem. -
The celebrated Conrad Gold Mint, ia ajtuatcd a few
hundred yards south of it ; and according to the direc-
J)a of the Veins of that Mine, they must necewertly
.Li'.T-i; j At it. ;rt .
pan mruujju .i.ww - -
. Any. person wishing to view the premise or get
more minuto description, will call on Rigdon uads
worth, in Lexington, who will give Uie desired infor
mation ; or any person wishing to contract for Uie same,
will call on Dr. Austin, Salisbury ; or address a Letter
to Uie Subscriber, Trenton Post Office, Jones Ot. N. C.
, WM. rf. IIEATIL
Feb. 21, 119. , v v ' tf
A GOOD Workman to make Dsgon Ploughs, to
whom liberal wage will be given by Uie Subscri
ber, living seven mile NorUt-wem of Solisbury.
' ' . - ROBT. N. CRAIG B.
Rowan Co., N, August 9, 110. tf
X IX ' lit
NPtHlrfS his friends and thfl public, that he is nnui
enlarging his RttaWisment nt the
svki a a Mi .-
in Davidmm county, and making various iinprovementi . '
for the belter secommndaiion ot all who tnsy call-on
him. Ho has uow opened, hn house and is ready to re
ceive all Ihoso who may tavor hnn with their custom, .
and he assures them that no pains will bo upared to ren
dr their slay easy and comfortable. He will havo
morn room than during the last Summer, they will bo
l)'lier lilted up, and hia table shall be abundantly sup-
pluvl willi the best tho county allbrds. . - ,
'I he llenluijr Kpnngaof Davidson, are known to be
as line CAtyeKATR water as ever flowed nut of the -earth.
They have long been celebrated for tho healing
and invigorating i-llccts of the water, . Hundredsot In- "'
valids who have visited them, can bear testimony to ,
their HEALTH-RESTORING QUALITIES. -
These Springs are situate lour miles Kast-of the . .
Yadkin River, in the midst of tne mountain where the ,
air is ctxil,pure,aud refreshing, They arc distant from
Salisbury about W miles, and from Lexington about 15 f.
miles: good roads loading from each place. -
hiiiim li mi wiili ilisii iiiiiii,iiny. Kph thi:y lt'av-g sliall . .
have no cause to be dissatisfied sillier with tho waturs, ,.
or with himself. His charge shall, in all nasi-, be -nunlerate.
. WILLIAM HARRIS.
July 10, 1839. : 1 X ft
W have always 'esteemed the" Healing Sprint,"
of Duvidton to be' very fine Calybeate water. They
have been celebrated for niany years for their strength.,
ening, and invigorating qualities. These Mpriiigs are
located in the midst of a range of considerable inouu.
tains, where the air is pure and plfimtnnt. We are glad
to see that Mr. Harris is Citing up the Establishment
for llil accommodation of visitors, and we hope be will
receive the encouragement which the water, and hi
attention so well deserve. ' A '
CJl'S, FISHER, JNO. L HENDERSON,
JAS. K, DOIXiE, R. MACNAMAKA,
R. W. IaJNU, v JUNIUS 8NEEI),
April IS, K19. y..?y : ' v '
'Town Yropcrty tor Sac. '
I WILL oiler for Sale on Tuesday of our next Supc- ,
-riot Courvihe hilliiwing xeaj llstate ! . -
No. 1 One house and lot in the irreat North-west
r iiare of Salisbury, known as the tavern botise. N
" 2 Tho house adjoining, kopt as grocery. .
M "h. new dwclling-hotrse, withll necessary oat--
houses, adjoining Uie same.- 'T - . .
4 A howseiml Un, oo Mam street, opposite Wm.-hi-i::
......Jiuvkatd's, wiLU back lot.
Also, M acre of laud adjoining the town of Salisbury,
under a high state of cultivation, "
V All the above will be sold on good- term privately ;
if. not disposed of sooner, tliey will be sold on the day
atwve mentKmed.---- - JUIUX JUAfcJ. -
Salisbury, N. U.r Augtuil'2nS3ir","u-,,tfr'
rpAKEN up by Solomon Hall, livinfon 4tli Creek .
JL in thi County, r
of k dark bay color, judged, to be' two or three year i '
old, and apprsised'aceording -to law by Stuart Camp-
bell, Otho Gillespie, and Samuel Lucky', to be worth
forty dollar. - V -' - -
JOIIN t SHAVER. Bangor. ,
SaLsbury, August 2yla0. : if
I, , i ui ,.... . 5?" ' -" ' L"
KZons. Roucclic, ;
UAVINU received new ii-ply of fittOCEIUES.
. taJkefl.Dleaguro. in payihir to W hem! and tho.!
public, that they can nowgetaurgaiu indeed for cbsIl.
tie au.Riui-ot JauiUy 4irevuiunn4UGll IV-s.
Sugar and Coffee,
HiiHp ana Candles,
Wine ami .
Lime Juice, -
of the beit quaHtic, anil of lhtjattd importations. .
uoiuci; n. nvuw,
I ESPECi'FULLY- iiiform Iiii friend and tho V
public, thai he still carries on Ihe TAILOR-'
rNCf; BUSI NESS "at lili bid tnii3 in' tiiiiiu street,
next door to the Apothecary Sioro. Ho is ever
ready to execute the order of hi customers in a
style and maonor not surwsod by any workman
in tho western part of the Slate. He i in tho re
gular roee'ipt of tho latest London and New-York
rASHIO.NS, and prepared to accommodate the
lasto of the lashioiiahlo at all iimcs." r"' "' " "
OCT Cutting garments of all kinds attended (o
promptly j unu the latost Fashions famished at all
limes to country tailor, and instruction given tia -
culling. . lSlM'Hhuyi Jan. 1,1839.
rpiIE Subscriber having located himself in the town ,
L of Concord, would now offer bi services to Uio '
Public, rs sn 'i- - - -
Oriiaiarntnl and fcign raintrr.
nc flatter himself thul his I'oiig experiencoTirtlia ib6VB
Uutiociw, and the specimen ol work he lias executed .
in hm line, will be a adlTicient recommendation.
VlIOUSEPADiTING BUSINESS,-"- T ".
ind is Cofifident he carr give satisfaction to all whom , 1...
emiiKiy oyn. . . ,
Th Public is respectfully requested to call snd en.
courairn him, at he is determined to execute ill work
committed to "him In Uie best possible msnner.
(O- Also, fainting and I rimming all kinds ol Lat
riages, done with neatness and despatch. -
i t mivrv '
'r....,i yr-r M.,.t. m ti - - - .f -
CATAWBA SPRINGS. '
flUE public are informrtl liiat the above Eslablikli- ,
Jmcnt will be 1iepibpen this Season, fbr these- ;
cotiTmorTalloB of invalirfr and eH-wheiey dmu
a'plestil Wummer-retroat. Ample preparations. hve
been made, and renewed exertion w.u no given to ren
dor full Wtifaclion. " 7Vrme Boarding tery cheap.
Thankful for the liberal paliona're bcslowed upon him "
the last Season, the Subscriber solicit a further trial ot
hi Establishment. 4 J.W.HAMPTON.
Catawba Springs, Lincoln eo., N.C., , lf
V . . - May 31, ISM. ' "
Kr The Favctteville Observer, and the South Garth
timan, will publish the above to Uie amount of f t, each,
ind send their accouul to Uie PoU-Master, Cataw ba '
Springs for payment. ' J. W. II.
MIIE Subscriber having received an Agency to sell
JL tho above Medicine, ind also, the Medicine, now
offers il for sale at the stutod price. '' ,.,
JOSEPH HAINES. .
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