IX T ;
"jTth .if time uJrecetlcii(ed, it" U' Vln-vcd, for
tWir e;ls of War U remain sfl at on foreign sin
lirTtISj iri.a. rrpairt., , Time hl'l worked ami inu
u,10ifcS during this long cruize, anions the olFicersj
nil men of hrr original armament : One alter an
i her, bad "given up the ship," until one only re-
nwiixJ, who semd rArei to aiuk or swim with
her fortunes: J", Bnouas, F.sq., her lute Pur-
"V-r, chng to her -up lo tli wo!ttt of hr bpar.
Mre from Pemwcola ; when he wat iMOsferired at
"lVier otthn Tard and Station there, he and pair''
,-r Wuire having been permitted by the Depart
.,! to etclnmg" aituati'Hi. , ,
FF1CER3 OF THE VANDAUA.
, .JJruts.: AItrt F- Duiie, Simon H. Risoell ;'
- Aet'g. Litutt. i EJiuuiiJ Lamer, Horace N-
lhrria; . , '": , ' ' ,J , '
Svrgto : Jhn Vaughaa Smith ; i
-Pm-trrr Phil White A - - - -
Huhkipme: Samuel' Smith, Edward C5T An
JrrwM, t'balea Wijer, Daniel Amuien, Jatnea J.
CapCt. Clerk: Richard Kennon ;
B:tii : Robert Whiuker ; .
. Gunner ; Thurnaa Dewey , ,
tneYtauwardr llenrr f afcwter r "
Pattengtr : Vm. MhI. Daniirt F Dittany, late
ActP. Maa, of I lie U, S. 8Inp Ltivanl.
TT1IE WESTERN CAROLINIAN
Vriday Morning, Norember 22, 1839.
XEW TARIFF MOVEMENT.
A Ndrtbani paper, the 'PemNyWania Eoquirer
r iua recently made a formal dtuiwaatratiou iu favor
af . nt itinf 4h Proteclire tyatemapin,- that ii,
of inenfawig ibe Tar uT duties, at the next eesaion
oCongrei. , It is time that the peopla of the
subject, ami a4i themselves prepared to maiutain
their rights, lot iba Tanfl party are already impa
tient at receiving moderate profits, and are anxious
Ir sntitinei to nw ke an efFrt Cr greater. By a
course of reasoning as wise as it is true, they at
IriWe the weAldiJMrigc,TjeMji.J
to the reductioo of the Tanfl, aud with grave fa
j ees eontemJ, that tha ool poaaibla way -to right
T roatters aod things is to increase the Tariff taxes
, no the people aain. We have no doubt wbatev
er, bat that the reductton of the Tsrifl has dimin-
r Zubed tlie.prnSt of the ortlu if this is the cajisa '
of the pressure, there is do question tbout it ; they
... .: now miss the fnitkettt that weed to be taken out of
s'pSdofiiii SouiBertl people, and trtOsTerfed;
l '- to ffieir owi. But however e may sympathise
. with theoi m their distress, we of the Smith can.
not affitrd to teliero then at our own expense.
t .- Who iate lead the- way in this new, Sttevwrnent,
-tX.ivs)ia autkuov, unless U. btt MrWjbsterjvhp
iuliiiwted at a late Sesaioo of Congress, llial lie
" wouiarat 1" jroprt'1ime,-Ter' te-"roeneeae
increase of the protective duties. Well, we have
jio doubt the Republican members of the South
will resiat all attempts to increase the Tariff, and
t if they fad of succe in Congress, wt must look
" i lo the " Nullifiers " oi S. Car. to put a stop in them
. .a second linaevl '
J jfheTiVhigs, or rather a portwooTthe WTTigsj
fvr the purpose ot nominating Governor uf the
State, President of the U. States, and a Vjce President-
We publish m another part oi our paper
the more important part of their proceedings. ;,;
oiily aho lulf f the xonntiee7i-the--Statt
were represented in the Convention and in a good
many instaaca there was otdy ooe Delegate from
. a county, as may be seen in the list of their pro
A ceedings. - ' - ' . -
"The countiix composing oar 1 Oth Congressional
- District wore represented aa follows: "
' ' JteantavAluoiiM SiteaL , ; ,
. , DmU. Caswell Harbin. ". "
f ' DjriJaos. Cbsr'os Brummol and Dr. C. L.
' . lntnev".i'C:. v'j: V v';. -'v..v .-. .-;.
a, Ckulbim. Joahsa Bunwtta and Buxton Cleg.
- It would seem from the proceedings, that our
V cTawosroaaDr. Isaac Bums goes out ss Plenipo-
teariarw from our Dutrict tothe Ilirrisburth con.
I ll!?n!'.05i?rtainj it pfong senjbi Joioji
off to the frosty regions; of Pennsylvania , by
. , -JumwU; ihey toghl to bare sent wjth him. Mr.
" f5enad Siffiniin,'''tiS' WwfWtM fthibus
Ahboro canens. It will be well for the Delegates
- this etmveation, tu kerp a sharp, lookout W the
Gun-powder ptutt" whea tltey approach the place.
fjf it was there, thst the Loco-Focot came near
bhiwing up the Philadelphia VVhigs last winter.,
I " Consistency .is sai'J V be besutilul firtue.
. . . ftJw Lt the Whig conveutiott at Raleigh practised
i( may be seen in the nominarioo of Nathas Tall.
" fcr Vice President. .This aian, but ye.tr
j or iwj was one of the real whole Ilg Jack
SStJUti wha atowi.by. him. m. the jinavai f th"
..defxsniesuid who supparted bin in ail his other
viotsnt arts To crown all his devotion to Can.
,v clo he voted fur the tamooa Erimniritur Reg,
j. etuttms, which ct, some of the very men,' who
' -JK'm aominated bina for the Vice Presidency, more
(. once prusyainceu to oe aw out-rsgeous eiota-
Vw cfii CWWuw. . But mark the chanee.
. Mr Tsilutaw become. disappointoJ in soma of
r "B,,," e oesens van uurrn, anu comes
s V 'J Clay undvr the coasrtrratire fl ig, and now
4, behold toe Wbijs of iVortb Carolins eome forward,
, taie him up, and propose him for Vied Presileiit ! I
ti 4 JlTeyerof 1933, the people of Itoivan snd
0I! f Urgent meetings tbst ever
aroJA4 : ts North Carol.na. - Wt ref;r the'
f ,wHg,h;a) niet in Vogler's C rove," and at
- "whK'.h, tittsernoi, Swain and Mr. Mangum wars
- .rwm aiidtMivrrei sjW.ks. At t.i rr,w m.j j Ts.'. ,.' tUt te meJ.y tl.auufacMfS at the
the people loudly denounced the I5!.in.re C.i:!" f,.l I ir ikr! out vf the hard ecrn-
. vtutiou, as it aa calli-J; rw , 1',J l:k t.'"i'f r,i'e ,fl S u!! : 3rd, by voting
know the different, i By, beiweea this D.hiinorc ' W S ' ,a W' in w!" U,ln,,a
, Conventton, and the em tbst the Ma are I'IIm :Jr f'" fwher
.:,,,,., . .... , " . JtfStfalSleJ.rkw,ll l.nil him as a true
tnjr to hold at Hamburgh in IKxemr ortt ! If;ttk., a cWrIow.-There is another
there be no difference between thew two Gw.Tea-; a swi eV b fure be caa be considered a
-tiims, hnw ts ft then thani WhUi iAt atii ijvwar- M aijr, that v he- rmw-Otfke upr hi.
one and jjq
CQ futiho other LJflhe fins as wranaj114 M fc'r lh T" her he may be,
the other be right. We .ere to "f"W "Vl..r r".'8 T t T
, ? . ; 1 ... Kktr5 and here l.tou, like the Federal Watch-
miivio vuiiTt:iiutii aim up caaiMK wutkmi
sbHtidnning our primiplfi spprcve Uie other. Bai
because we thus choone to be cooitet4 ao4 eland
firman our principles, we are deiMwnced by the
Federalists as loco forot Ke. Let ttx-ra cU ws
, by what names they please; let there aow lura
about and do themselves whst they abused, others
fur du!n,'we ii.leud to pursue the straight forward
course of our principles, and maintain the rights
of the people to vote for whom tbey please, in def
pita of Caucua Dictation. a : '
' '.-LVNClilxa J-- :;
;" "'On TTediiesJiy" lb taTtikfi Wi''srbrti
. men, some of whom were painted and one colored
per, entered the, house of Mr. Kathaa Lam
beth, Davidson County, N. C, setand Jiis petsna,
dragged him some distance front the buoxj, tbere
gagged himv and inflicted on Lie body aeveral
hundred blows with sticks. Four of the party be
coming somewhat alarmed at the cnwsriienors,
fled, while the ether two remained and renewed
the beating, until Lambeth became msensiU and.
i fainted. . ;; -., . iS .
In this situation tbe party left him, bat, a5rr
coming ion, he with great diiScuhy reached the
' house, and on Thursday Bight, died. It is staled
" by the Physician who attended him, that be was
scarred and lacerated from his neck to bis Leek,
and that there w as the appears uce sereral
blowa having been inflicted on bis stotnacfe and
abdomen, the latter of which, no doubt, as the
, cause of bis death
The circunwtances that lei, to tiiis gWmg of
"fcnse' were these : 7A Mr. Jubn Cosa, who bad
formerly resided in (fiat itetghborbood, but lately
returned fiom Miasouri on bttsinesa, bsd bVpoaited
with Mr. Johu Lee between eiglU and suae 1ub
dred dollars in specie," (r. safe keeping This
money was taken from the desk of Mr. Law. on
Sunday merit, the 3rd inst. '"'
I ISuspicioo having rested on a oegro man of Vr.
Lee, be waa taken up, examined, mod eoofceaed
that he, in connection with Lambeth, the per
son lynrheri, bad taken the snoocy, and the greaier
Krtiou w U was then U LambethV
This confession of the negro, no doubt, led to the
"deed which followed. The two persnm who
were mora directly concerned in this lranac-
juubt,' undergo a legal investigation, and as the
we -setrsin tronl ipasinj' tj rruu&ts yn . tW
outrage against all law, order, and civd liberty.
Since the above wss in type, we learn that two
of the individuals. alluded to ' abase, John Gees
j Lae -W'hartva have flrd, aod, no doubt, are on
their way howiei to Missouri.
pe ranee Convention, held in this place last work,
the names of Messrs. William A. Duulap and
Thomas A. Bell, delegates from Bethany Tempe
rance Society, IreoVll county, were smiotewtiomEy
omitted by the Secretary j and but front the sntinsa.
lion of a gentleman present, koosrkig tba ti, W
would not have noticed it.
iJttltu)8luLuieicjrcuiOTta ii! euf&cwot
TjT account for the owisMon.
Sbaou, of LiBCobilon, has brm elerted
Brigadier General, m the 10th Brigade of the
North Carolina Militia, compnsed of the cuuntiee
of Lincoln and Rutherford k : 7
Bi'rMtff. An nrmr wasprinted tn tbepublsslieJ
proceedings of the Democratic, meeting in Cabar
rus co. io our bast week's paper, in the 7th Resoht-'
..lion, instead of valetudinarian, read latittfdimmrimn.
; MiiuarkntettM, Tbs result in this State has
been aatamshing, and uoeXed-- Wa have stf
yet full returns, but so far as beard from Jfsrtsn
the Administrntron Candidate wan several hand red
votes ahead, and his election was cm&Vetly ex
peeled, by a amall majority. The Vhigs have a
majority in. the Legislajare. j' -",.
-; iVrsj- Tor. The elections in this Sute, bate
resulted io favor of tbs Whigs, b a sUmnsMbed
majority from last year, ' - -t J - - -
To PorrtiycWriifa. The.-Communicai'ion of
' HoroespunJ has just been received' It is rath-
er violent, hut we will give it 4 cnsideratoa. --'
row TO WCSTStX CXIOUXUX, ; ' j
; MtMaaTEitrbiii nThaT Feoersipaper,the
Carolina Watchman," printed be PendV-K
4t Bruner," and ediied by Tom, Diek and liar
Try, rowdy, however, by its iuroier Editor,
jitson pretty cnrwdersble airs at tunes, and
among other aoetimpiioiis, it baa turned PrnfJui oi
late, and emfidenilr puiiti the! wur aiemlwr et"
Congress, Charles Fisher, will not attend (.mn-m
in time to vote fr Speaker meaning by this, that
be will be afraid to do so. -.. - " t . r
- Nw i am twt pstlkulsrly weijaannfd-wtrtrMf:
- Fisher a areaagenHenla, aud c annul say wneshve Ite
tpill reach Congress by the 6n4 dsy, or ntA ; but I
Jtnow this, if be Akss not. It will not be because be
is afraid to encounter the respHambi'ity u sniuig
fr , Speaker, who should be be afraid of!, The
Federal WhigaT lie owes tbeas no nlleianr.
not one ot ll.era voted (or bim ! every UueJxgit
Federalist in the five Ct untie Tided axaiost bun.
lie was elected in spite of all their exrnkm and
falsehoods, by the Ilrjmblica ; Tr the fJaia,
bmiost Rnp"iincan Farmers, and Mechanics tthe
' country, and if his course in Congress a ill wtify
these, he treed not cure fr the ceosnre of the
UteJigkts. Plea the Mut Rfke .' W hy tWere
. is only one wsy in creation, in which be ou' l &
. this aud that would be, 1st, tv voting eave ibe
rich naholis or the ortb snd tJirop. . f
whif b, they may lax ll.e wcute nwi;isTrw.l"fy
' nleaaure, n4 use the public mnoey withart fSt - - -
4 ia sneculate 00. 2nd, br rotio ta inrtease tbel
".T wiSJ tum rnhrt I hereby prophecy,
tHat tM half a eVrtt hJit.trs ut the WaUhmhn,
IWers, paper and alt, will support, as next Presi
dent, the saaa that may be rtwonmeeded bv the
Case, be be whom he mat. Mr. CUv. old Harri-
, Jack. Dowsing,' or the D 1 ; girthermore,
that the whole set w,a supfiort for Governor, lh
raadidUle of the llLmbiij Raleigh Convention, be
he wha n may, John M. Morebcad. Beo Swairo,
or oUl Asy tears kimaelf. ' - v
iNw Measrs. bottom, 1 winh roa and Tour
readera to note this, and see which of oa will prove
to M use best Import, it 1 eiVral " Watchman,'
Look. Were I
k LL those who are Indebted to me, are request
' ed iw snake payment try the 1-4 of January
next, a na. longer indulgence can be given ; thine
ao tad to srttie by that time, may expect to nnd
their antes and accounts placed in the hands of co
OSicer tie cwltectK. . .. .
I am ahw drsuuos of moving to the west, oiler
' HOUSE & LOT
wrgwooapaymenx wwne-giveo. tiers raaj
t ..... . ... .
chance $mt a good staod! in thd buiiness part of the
town. . Also, oa the premises, a suitable, building
for a merchant or mechanic. Such an opportuni
ty to pufcbase do not preil thenwlves every
day. ; IIKRY SMini
!Ir'bury...CNov.82,I39. 2t ....
Bt' Virtue of an. Order of the County Curt of
Rowwtt, I shaM sell at the residence; of the lute
Janww Brwwn, SJ nttk-e-&n(hof Slibury.lon
Wednsenay and Thursday, the 4tb and 5tp of next
month, (IbMembsf , , :.. , ' : -, . , - -..Ay,
SOME f FiRf -VALUABLB PEOPEnTY,
Z-v S " cosswriJie or '
afj. V TEN NEGROES,
Fser likely Women
betworst. the aires of 1' and 35 three- boy be
tween 11 and 15 3 three girls (small all likely.
Also, the Crop of this year, couMatuiir of graintf
of everr kmd, and a crop of Cuttoci, amounting lo(
DotiHrbotd V Uitchen rurnitnrf,
A fdtt-af- lS eannthf wiU be given .nn ailannw
over twe dutiam, the purchaser giving bond and
J.IS. L. BROWN,
- " n r AdmVn pendente lili.
Rewan Couotj, N. O, Nov. ln, $3X 8t
JnT RECEHiXD AND r08 SALK,
, i &U lbs. Cotton Barring, 4 i to 41 inches,
an eous Bale Rope,
: owkegaNaiia, ..,--.
4D k Ceffite, v ...
IS abds. Soger, . v
l.non n. ut do. .
- Stsi Iba. harmg Steal, '
aa sr. Uliptie imgs .. . ..
AM lsssw4lsaam4aMr mini nasi imn sin v
i. r.,. tr.Y.,
III) trn Wbtta LmL
syj. a W. ML'RPHY.
Sskry.Ssl27.im . ' v V
THE SabwcnWr fiviaf esven.-nila sooth of. Salia
aory, sateass leepteg eonstsatly on band, Mar
kis aad Graane Siaas expressly far
ss that be can exeet eey order ia thM Liae, on the
ehottest nutKe.-V , z.r..:
, aiso ;
He ia rrwJs to exrcne any work which may be celled
t in SCCLPTUBINO. HTONE-CUTTLNU, EN
GRATI.Nti, 4c, aad he assnres tans who may isvor
kia wna laew work, that aaless well dona according
le contract, he has no pay. - .
" ..- ENOCH E PHILLIPS. 5.
November 1st, 19- . ' tt
4 LL penoos mdebred to the estate of Joseph T.
LVknm, dec V., are hereby requested lo eome
Icirward and ssake payment, sod all persons who
has claim against the estate to present them du
ly aotkeaticaiad within Ibe time preacribed by law,
utbevwisw this notice .will be plead in bar of their
Nwvembert, 1P39.' - ' ; 3t
Twin' Col K-Jt ion 8ccv.
Vsnatl sjwantity of ihe above Hf!ED, raimd hy Mr
" VuiAaTa. fiiruierly ef Ilavideon County, ia
rfl Lr St:c xi ttstl& r, it 1.' m pjjumdred.
fWrmUr 1st. ISB. , ' ,: , tt
VI Hb egncnwrln sw firm- Apmatr -for
i. V.Ilm. e whwh. a mill mil do much better thin
witfe-iae wwat form of Spindles' Jl Is w eoastrueted
astokeewCrasskrstmg' or killing the meal io sny man.
act. Tne maner m ao cootuwd by the tip tnd I ss li
ases to preserve its balance, and of cooras there is no
rsbugof the stawefc ' . ' ' '", .- .v ' v '
I Uat,v til impraved Pp'ndle, Vat. muk water
will do at least see-third more busmeas, and lbs meal
of anperk pr!r?y. ; ;' V .
A-r aerua ba.e a ee one at uee rpimiisa.
awy wbaui one er aiore. by dm king application, with-
ta a anort tia.e) te 0m &uSaerioer at atocxsviue, fane
Ca. N- C f think tDe prsbable cost will not exceed
.) kv the I'kteat and Spindle ready fit ae. ' .
Tae tU'oaieg pernios hate my I'atent Mill Spindle
ia swcctWUI operauoe : C.J. V . F. Kelly, Tlma. Fus
tee. Jor4 HaU and eiiml. fueter of Jvie Conntf;
G..bnKh Dtckwa a.-ui !.d J. Ramir ot I-inolo;
rharlestrtvifith ef Rowaa ; Addwon' M.nrs of Dsvid-
? Wtitwai P .rf.Sury. all of nhotn sre aig-
. , - tf "
, Octcbeir 1- sf. "
, , r .1-
Tin: sn:s( i:ii:i.::s
t UK now rrccivinj; at their old Stand, at 8lirewall'
fa. Mill, in I'dbtrrua, a new and neali aupply of
lrs nitil Stiiii:itt r lood.
Tlitrltillowlnif tCtiiUss are amimg the Iafft iriivalf
1,700 lbs. of Suj-nr,
1,000 do. Cod.,
8 hhds. Muldhws,
. flU bushels Salt, ' -
V inos, Copniae Brsmly, Dye Hiitfi. IVtdi'r,4tc ,
sit ol wliich will bo sold low f. rU, or lo puuctusl
dealers on Time. JACOB WINECOFF &. CO,
" May 1st. ISM). - ' iWJy
OTII I f I rrpri rpir a s.t nt'im
OllLIi LAlhlL"- 1IIAN-EVKR'
SiuIn, Paint Oils,
f-wittll'ii, Tobae p-
, Starch, Seafe, l'er
t sad Wrspping Paper,
Pi pet and Faints, Ms
luines, liruitlios, in
Doakos, Fine Lstter
Quills, Ink, Drs wing
deirs, Tenerifftt, Ms.
' lags, -Port, Sherry,
and Clsret Wines, French, Pesch snd Appls BraiHly,
Oin, Mooongahals snd old Whwkey, Jtqwica and M.
K Ron. ldt Hnirar. Varnianea. Hand Paper, Glam
Ware, Bottles, Leuios and Ginger Svrilp, lJme Juice,
' Tamariuds, Jus, Caks. Pocket ll ioka snd Map. Pipe,
Iron sod Composition Mortars, snd Pcetlr-a, Candle
Wick, Blacking, lee'a, Diian'a, DyottV, Anderaon's,
- Hooper's, Scott's, Cook's, Shop, Bcckwilh's, Putera',
HiiltntV Kvarw Rrmlrlli'a tMinlna 1MI. llmick's
- . : -
and wa;m's Fsnwea, Moore snel Awhwo a vuiueii
Diops, Knoff Boxes, Spices, Poppet ttsuce, Uowsnd'a
T Hi I....... II. -L i - I! '.J . M. ..!.. llnl.n nl
UIMV HiUIIUI V, IMtlS iaiUUII ANJSIWn, ITiW.vw, ..t.M v.
f Columbia for bald heads, Klixir of Opium, Swaim's.
VermiAnre, snd a tbonaand other srticles jurt reeelvcd
sod fcr sale cases at the Apothecary sign, by '
s r . r c. U. & C. K. w.
i, Salisbury, June 7, 1939. f . tf -
V directions of the Symd of N. C, the Churches
of Concord Presbyteiy will be called upon ia the hJ-
luwni; order, tor eontributiont lor t oreiga iuimuoihs uy
the iSccrtitsry of the Central Boards.;": '
-Friday, Nov.- ltt-Hteel Crstk, at 11. A. M- . .
"eaturdayT- r2&" lrov idneei--T7rdo.T--7?J-'-SabUtli,
" , 3rd Rocky Hirer, . do, V ' '
Wednesdsy, , th ConcorirTown, , do, .
' Thursdsy, , 7th' Botbmge, ' da ' v;
Friday, ;.; 8lh Rsmah, 1 1 ' no.-' -
'Saturdayj thh Mallard Creek, do, " -
Ssbbstb, 0ih 8u(rar Creek; ; do. ' '
i. tin. : - dn. f :harlntte. ' ' Candle-liehtieiy.
SM'imTaV, r"' ' llfh: PwCrwHi"VTo'cW,X" lit
Tuesdar,' I'M IIopwll, ' ' do. "
"WednewfaVj 13th .Bethel, ; - '."'dn.' ' .
C-Oo.-' - "v- . do." "Davidaon CoTlapaTCaiJlilli(hC
r.Thnrsday, - 14tb Centra, II e'ekwlu A. 11.
indayi ' " jotii .j rospect, .. oo. , j .
lrlth Ktatexville, - no.
17th Concord, (Wcdell,) do.
. Rabbath, j "
Monday, 'IHtli Salem, , , ' v do. i ,
Tuesday,' ,v 19h' lSothany,:,'r r i do, J,y.
-WeanesdarfVaiHh" Tab., wi-V-r;Tbursday,--',t2ll-M!ksvilTer--Vv
241 Rck Creek,, do.
arxhThrtirs, t do.
2fith Frsnklin. ' do.
-de.:-Salisoiiry, - ;-CsnHle-lightmg:
DR. G. B. DOUGLAS;
nAVl.VG hrsiSd" hiinaolf Ih'SslisUuty.
respectfully tenders bis professionil ser-
""rices w its etttsewi end (boss oi tha surrounding cou.n-.
. try. , His office is st tha room formerly occupied by Ut.
R. M. Bouchetla, where be may be found at all times
except when absent On professions! duties. t -
' Salisbury, Msy lf0t .... V : ' '
valuable lands Itr Lincoln County 1 .
1. , ONE TRACT",
containing 302 acres, lying nq the Catawba Riv
-er sit miles below Bentiie'a Ford. , . ...r.
A Tract of 132 acres adjoining the shove..
A Tract of 2188 acres adjniuiug the last, v
A'Tria'tMriaTl'-: ' '
containing 709 acres, which will be sold in par
cels to suit purchasers. . t 'j ' t
.- The Subscriber having determined in tell, these
lands may be bad ou very liberal terms, with a
, credit of one, two, ml three years. - .
Any one deai ring lo purchsae snd wishing in ex
amine any of the lands, will be shown them by ap
plying to Dr. S. X. Jphnso who resides in the
'. neighUtrhood, and who wilt inform thereof further
' particulars, in relation lo terms, ' .' . - . ,
, :. a- - ; II. W. CONNOR.
V'" Salisbury, N. C Nov. 8, 1833, . tf
- Teachers Wanted. ' v
WANTED immediately, a Male snd Female Tsach-
r7 to tike 'etisrgo of the Acidsmics ar tha
plsee.'. t -,'.-.''..", - . ' , '.
. : TUs Gentlsmao to be well qualified to prepare Stii-
- dam In the University of tins StaU1, and the Lady to
S - "3
rrrLouMwUf tauitblioFem1! Insticutioni in this. State,
N. B. A mnrrted Uentlemao whiws lady would take
charge of the Female Academy would be pteiorred. . ,
, ' ' 4 ,,A. 0. CAUTEU, .
. l.KMl'KL fil.MlllAM,
... ; ... JOHN CLEMENT.
Mot k.ville, Oct. I?,' !.).
Ism VasAnons, lorbyfmg &
11 ESPECTFL' LLV ir.forma Ins friemii and the
, 1 ' public, that h.. atill tarries on the TAILOR
IMS BUSINESS at his old stand on main street,
next door to ihe Aprthecary biore. He ia ever
ready lo execute the orders of his cuiiloinera in a
style and manner not surpassed by any workman
in the western part ot the state, , Us is in Ihe re
gular receipt of tha latest London and New. York
FASHIONS, and prepared to accommodate the
tastes of the tnnhionnUe at all times, ; ; .-
(XT Cutting gnrmenta of all kinds si tended to
promptly ; and the latest rashions fumishod at all
times to country tailors, and instructions given in
cutting. - , , iaiiswiry, Jan. I, 1839.
: IS cgtocs " W aulc A.s
-TwAUt essh erieea will as given for Kf rSr-Ajly
m. si uoi. n. v, LHig s tiotei, os1,
'isbory, N. C.
t wiy iu is-iw. ; ;
... . 1'avt.a.ev.-C.''-e-
The Trvntm of the Salitbmf lYnwlr ficadeoif
InrUUM tile public,' tliat
opened on Monday, the U
tlin Iiihtitution will be
14th ot (kUlwr next It l
tlir mteniiop to place tltia tkuunary m penmnent ,.
ndrsmnwisWe bansi Slid n cars will be wantimr on -
then past, US render it, in every refiect, worthy of1 the ' ,
eoofidonce of the tiienda of education, nmrihty tnd re - "
iicion, wno sees av tiM'ir oaiiiuers a place where in ' ,
iDllwtnal and moral culture eoinhined, will prepare '
tlieea to orenpy with usefulness snddignitv, the spfiera - vfc '
to which they may be called, ' -
1 tiey are now nrnkiug all tillable efforts to seenre
6 TeseWefSi t-mtrmsn nd Lsriy of bttwmlilica -r-- -
tioiis, Meanwhile, hey .have .engsged MmrKnna J."
Haxss, a youiig Udy, iu wIiahs litorary amlihcationw . .
snd capacity ar such a miutlion, lliey 4a lx elect ' i
confidence ; snd who has hitherto taught muaie to this, ''
snd oilier hcinmarics, with entire ialihraciwn,' Aisoon . )
ss the other Teachers iro obtained, Alow B.xta will " -
sjrain devote herself exclusively to the muncal depart
ment. -., .,.
: . TERM8 OF TlTflO.V.
For beginners per sesnion of ft mohths, ;
Fur tits Kudiinents with Uroumi, Ceograi
- , ptif and History, v
The above, with the higher Winches In Li-
tersry Ilepartmeitt, -,
Munioon ills Piauo or tiuitur
painting, , . . t , " "
Ornamental Needlework, snd the making of wax
nowers win dc two taught, ir actired, at v each,
- By order of the Trutfees. - - ?-
-' THOMAS L COWAN, Cl.airmsn;
Salisbury. Sept !fT, 1KJU. - tt , ' "
nnicu MJwRoiw. :
rrtilE 8U0.:RIBKR living' nesr Lexington, David.
-- son Comity, takes this metliod to luforin the Pus-'
lie that he will eater into contract with any Perwsij er
pernms, either in Dsvidasi, Rob in, or Cabarrus toon
tirs, who wiah bouees, tacturit-s, or sny other kind of
tmildiniji erected of Brick, to build them" is clisap, aa
durable, snd in u good nyle iiiy orima us this
lie will aUo, miHild snd burn His Brick, ii wtitted.
IU iruats UhiI bis kmg experienvt in v
. ' MOULDING AN D LAVI.NU UR1CK,- -. -
111 entitle him to a aha re of public patrmufs. " ,'
lie would refer gentlemes wiabing work done la his
lloewf iWinwa, to the fsnwTs Academfand tha oasr"
firs proof Clark's office ia Salisbury, ti' specimens of
bis wofkjj' ti, ...j ,';,,.
-t-tV. B,. fhoss wishing Work done, wul plesss leave
word at the oSica of tb Western Carol 111(111, and A
shall be pnnctuslly attended to, - "'1 ( 1 '
. ROBERT COX. '
Dsvidmn. April 1 im : , If
0- fpiltl Soteculief having purchased this-s?-T
- fewtMlsomentaftd; Bl't etvle-.
111 fot th( aecwiiriinHstron' Of TftVrtlers snt ;
L Bnawb-rsJ is now piepared for tiictf reef p. "
iKin. I lis t'ABLli will alwty be furniUiod - ,
With the best the market can aCord;
his BAR with good supply of eltoice XlJtio"ri;' hit"
BKDS shall always be kept in Ans order ) snd hiW
ties (which are vry exteaeive) ars well supplied with -Provender
of the first quality, slid attended by good
' He hopssi by strict attention lo tha buinM, In per
on, tojive satMfaclinn to all who may favor him with
Oieir patrcHiige." And lie "wily s"ks s call inj trial, t
t."."-.'....'"ANDREW CALDCLKl'tUL V
Lexirurton,N. Feb. SI, 1W.I9. - li -
1 - r
'sftkll'6 Siibscrtbmtslpiw in amwnncmg'mtCiF
4'uoiic, mat ine ukla r w cs 1 r.K. tn-week-'
ly Stage Line from Ksliabury via the Catawba Springs,
Uncolnton, Riitherfordion, lo Adivillc, N.C. will com
mence running on the Hrd inntsnt - '
- l-paru from Salisbury, oa Sundays, Wednesdsya, "
and FrsJsys at S o'clock. A. M., arrives at Aihvills oa
seal day, 8 o'cloek, P. M. ,
-.Leaves AahiilleJur JBaluburv.at 3.o!cli3clL A. il l
oa Sundays,.Tueadiiys, sjid Thursdays, arriTS tt Sslis.
bury nest day, 8 o'clock, P. M.
This Line SPEED. GOOD DRIVE Rti TEAM St-
ind COACHES cannot be surd by sny line in the
Vl.lA ' It MA.n.1. K.lk . U . n 1 I , U I ,.n . . . . 1
bury for" the North,' sod st Asbnlls with the line re V. -
Knnxvtlle, Tennesne. ' " , 4 '
Paswsnirers lesvii.r Raleich. N. C. tbr tha Wat will
Rnd this tha Beare Route by 'JO miles, and decidsdl -
the dies peat. And for fine mads, ronisntie scenery,
particularly the (lip over the Blue Ridge, it is sot evt.
Celled by any other in R. C. ,-'..- ' . ; ,
" ' ' , A. BE.NCINI, . - 1 . '
i'"a- '-". ;-;" '" """',. R. ' W., LONG. '
Saliaburv. Nov.l.lHSa . tf. -. -
N. B. This Line, inlerr u the Line st Lincoln.
Ion ft Greenville, W. C, vis.Spsrtaiibnrg, ind the " ' .
Uinwdone Hpnngs, , . . a. ti. & R. W. L
0" "Die North Carolina Standard, and Knox-
villa (Tcun.) Argua, wilLiuserl tho above adver::r-i;.
tisement weekly for four weeks, and forward their , .
accounts tn this O.Tica. r ' ," T '
IN obedienes to sn order of the Ihmorsble Court of . 'n . !
Law aud Euuity. of.Daridsoa County . Fall Terov
K3l); I will sell 00 the premises, on a credit of twelve
aiontha, on Wiiturdiynhe lih of Novsmber next, a
rV TRACT IOP LAND, belonging to the - ;.-
t J heirs of J.. H. Peeblus, dec'dH rootsining ,'
AW screasaia tans Ilea on Ins main nwd, - -
leading frisn Hallilairy lo Hilem, H polea
ftoni ttie annier sod 1 nnlrw Irrsn the fwttrr b!i
n neen long xnowa ss a plies ot bntertimment. . f
"4 Tha situition is heslihy, ind tho soil well adapted
JE 5. toth? culture pf.,tVHauxnd.aU tbs.VArMUM.uf
grain ronimoiily msed tn this country; there is a Soul
If) serm in rultivslion, with a good DWKUJNU.
HllUSEi'sii.ran'ne.'tyTry'nt boiiaea, jt nj aim a
bamWiis situation for a nxrchint, with a good well.'
Tsaua.The pnrcbaivr will be required to givt
bond with approved Security. - u. .
t- inw&i rr.r.nw.a.
November lt, 1C). . .lit.
DR R. W WHiTINGTOM.
HAVING located himaelf in the 7W of Sois.
, hurt, fli-re his prolvsHional services to Ibe
citizeiM of Rnwarr, and the sdjoming eyimtiea.
Ha may be found nt Cnl. Lo Hutkl, wl era 1
he ia prepared lo perform any and every '. '
materials bnd work warranted in all case.
Sulitw7, Nov. Si 183P. , , - .Jfj-
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