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S.VTTOttA.Y..UjftfLY 3i 1834.
7 1V are -eot Wised-to anmiimrp. Tt t
; Alex man, ri-so.., as a candidate fur the Com
' mons, in' the Borough' of Salivary;' r i , '
i SrJoim Beard, Janr. iVa cafate fo
re-election to the,Sen3i; Jam, CeemSnt Esru
' . " & candidate for re elation to the House of Com!
ior.sfJ in the next General Assembly, i - V J
' iJffTxr flauthoriscd to announcer J.,
CALDWELL, Eso.. as a Candidate for the Se
- J pti,m ihe Countjfo( Iredell - r VI
I ' We are authdrised to . anaohnftft KlnnnA
Gka., as a candidate la represent the county of
--- IredeB in thHuiisa of Coaimons, althe-tiei
tl'i " 1. ' i . -. r'i
fvjue.rwjuesi.ea io ano3onc John Stiiras f
yq-jpjELDiKo StATER, Esq., Sheriff -o;:
fiowaii County, is a candidate fur re-election JlJ
ICKWe are reqiifsted to an Bounce - the fpj
rvii!' Gentlemen, Candidates Jbr Cabafrai
County. ,: f i ? : . .. v"
GEORGE Knurrs, for benafe.
D. V. Barriitoer for Commons,
1 W Archibald for Sheriff. ,
O. tAi-txixpRR, id a candidate firf the office I
cf fcherm io uaoarrua county. t j
dining thf next session of the Assembly, ha coo
: t&rsnt his tluty to withdraw hw name. . i
we acuniwieage me receipt oi vaiaaoie uoc$
ieirU fVoni the1. Hon, Messrs Shepperd and
. ? . . . - . .. ; ':S 1
Oftjthe retiring of : the - Vice President PreJ
.vious tb the close of the session, as is'the customl j
SMri SPoindelterJ senator from MississiPDi. wa
JCTt Chailks b'istitR Esq. who wasannou n- Amenpan Silver Com in the payment of debts, ana nrmness enough to oppose the encroachments
ced a a. Candidate, ror.thejUgrislature,darihff : Tbe reUUv Talae ofthe two "ineW ta k r Ml i
! his lafe absence, having' returned home, has ro' 'ri-0i UiU fco j-V -V BV penptntn JVprjt5 John C. Calhoun
loacsteaostostateAhatasbe Willbe uider 'thn
: . adidanty pro "
i'Akib.ReJingbOysen !, Waggaman i; Tyler
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: !l;'4.PW5??ft.: r.i';-
Ma. FoR-STTii of ,Georgialls.appoin(e,d; Becte4
v tary of State vice Mr, McLans dia-anit-ed. Mr
Dick'ersoh of New Jersey, is appointed Secretary
;pf thf Navy vice Jr. Woodbury, promoted
the treasury. 1 hese nominations . have bae
confirmed By tbe Senate.
1 rTE.-Each df the alioe namBd gentlenl
shortly 5 befbfe. , President ITackson's political
. inaxlrp'ncerning the appointment of members
of Congress to executive -offices has been mor
i ftcinourcct in the breach than in the observance.1
TENNESSEE CONVENTION, j
; This body has be6nr in session for some litf.ei
and we. coriaratulate the friends of correct p'rin
thoacrh'not fin at. wjried out. Is it not a shame.
J-.4 , ciples in that State and elsewhere, on the probat oted generally for the bill, and it
4 j bility'of ihejr saW The basis of Tree white from some Such: considerations as w
3 ! - TODulatWnW f
r ' that we "should continue in North Carolina
shackled, by the bigotry of ancient forms, whilf
y yuerp pnucpies . w
jneat and equal rights are continually recognizbij
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and adopted? ' la it possible, "that the stririt of
Freenien will forevel brook, the control of a ml
YfT Viv'vo in lhA i '.fAfifttlfntirtn nf
United States a clause thai guarantees to eacS
state; a Republican form of Uovernment ; we
have, the, of a Republic in North Carolina
hut'tne substance i not ours. We. are in reality
an Aristocracy! where the few, rule the riany
v .1 - A , 1' - j.
B? " - .r.Vf ! T : -
wfl)give way;t6 our-demands. We have ;ite
i: linieiy to wen inequality ana injwuw. ( Was amusinV to look upon this assembled soo, John G.Stower,?ohn Randolph.l
(A j; Bdt we at not disheartened v Tne Ume ?? group Wn a ticket was read oat, vitfo&erVe BaiiW. BWXhomJrifti
li K enm-wf. wh khsH be redeemed. If our people :;i.f ':J. .-.-i -, in Buchanan; Char es G. Dd VVi t Hector
V il;: .V --rm - zz w I wo awiwajiuijB.?ij cjMr 1 MjAhdas D. ColemarirJosepli Hamra
I n W'1: m., theshpof -paper that each held m'-luf hand I eT.ThomroJ Andrew Stevehsorii0olui;
I l thw right?, Uw.'presf nt ruling minority mtal, and n the hj tiplcefeL and bow tfafy eoi; Homphil. iri.-26 J j ; j
1 hope, that any thin will ne none ror inwraai uu-
proTement or public educaiam, or ror mJ W
J ; . great interest that constitute the character ot. a
i :;.ybtate, unless we reiormour pneen wivwnuw.
? -1 ! j?' These1 eciniohV Wethave often advanced beforj,
Bit,? tbe people Will not consioer., , v . , ms
hover'J neret ense from; this work, wbile e
can VielJ a pen, or utter a voice. ' Wre consider
X as Teaching tb,the; ritals of our prosperity,T and
-'could we nut have the assurance of having con
iribitedTjto itsaccornplbhment,it would be a
source, to us. oflasting satisfaction. ' .
!- iThi liichtnUd Enquirer says, that the new
1 Caiinet jstnorb homos ha lne !ast
JJomokeneotrt means,as our Devil suppose a
h traitid Tor Seating Hominy.
' r,lnn to thank the imp for this discovery;
"T T? ...
mcrtvlntoul imil have berctofiie rxsscssed
the main, a-reasonable poruon.oi i.....
tin comes nearer; o l
i'fMdnt is less w uiaiuc -
r.-., ! k v - .,,TTi,t
his advisers, man wi --j-
President his been such jfhat the first ordef
Intelligence in the1 natiod is agalnstim, anf
I i ,r- for. barring inMr. Forsythi a .eeisam iwuuy
, -J f ha&d'rdefaatb, th( Cabinet is an Arabia Jfr
4 ! -iWett sandbank. Gene-al Jacksons
3,e hadbeen fever eomucninci.neo ZtSimt nodcuhad a Uble pre-
Jipt hate got
J eot rxfrnen aiOll Him'
wru , r ,4
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rmhUemonev lnvtbepet-AJanKS, nas ie
PWrJ - ret : Jl - ;
-v..tAamenTthe.Bai, but they no doubt
I.,.tha liak-boYSsidf to Mr.Poptfv&enl ; iVwIimtionof lbs United States.'-
PTtaimed. "God mend ma." - -;wou meau
"Mill!'- ' 1-
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' - ': 1 1 in'l iiinliihiiJtmill"" fc-.."..'.. ' nir. 1 . unfit 1 mr, , -at
an easier job to make a neto iwiort in the stead."
Tht next great desideratum concocted from Ithe
brain jrffthe SaffeMf Baltrmore.fMr. Mcliim;
never got beyond the threshoWj of its inTentorj
this was the celebrated aeheme of issuing' id mil
lions of dollars on the faith and credit of the
lreasnry,. So it seems that the funds are un
deT the control of the President,, subject to be
thrown into the Potomac if he should say the
word.j ;Truly a bad state of things! Are-the peo
ple contented tht to hare the whole energies
of thj IaUon pat in tbd power, and at ihe mercy
of one man? ;And then to consider bovrjthat
jiower was obtaioedl ''. rTbetais no! la sanction,
in -the' present state pf things; the' SetateJ has
refused to pass sncb i'ivxpfts$hjziid yet the
President will hold on to the money, jast -as it
they had passed it. What is that but substutinV
tbe wj! ofGen. Jackson for tn actofCongress?
It should b4 remembered that "the Jackson arty
proposed the $11 o legalize the . preset.l keeping
oOheTpablfc money. iTho majority of the Hoose
of RfprenVa'Uvea, consisting of. the same partj
Wted'in (is favour, and by this act,fther admit
that the Money is in unauthorised 'lumd$: Teat
' 1 - . ' - - -
t'thpopXjb: Monet." they.say"js is r.aw-
sebtedL to adjourn and so leave it ' The "party
m jfower tnnst , answer .to thr eoptsL " ',
j J s "4 Alongon, thi3 wiis yoar default;
Th4t; being captain of the watch to night; , -.
Did. look !no better to that weichty charge. -!-.
' 1 1 ! ; GOLD COIN. i'
.Con2Tes5hae passed an act. to make thb A-1
mencan Gold Coin sixteen times as valuable as
price; nas neen as 1 to 15. Bl for some
s fc w, ..... . ,
years past in Engiand, and 15: 82 in France
The standard" values conform to these rati (very
nearlri. HAncft orhlrt f Soon in. i?.mnrt in thMa
J i 7 , , . " r y
counlncs' a?4 has !o cpnseqofencc regularly
wherever this inequality exists, tke constant ef-1
tfe;tordrawoff;the lessyaluabld metaf, and
ana mat ine true noiicv is. to adotit as near as
IWd, the" exact market proportion as the
etandirdi If this be correct, it is probable that
silver! w.31 ibe carried out 'of the Unit! States,
akgoldhanheretofere. ' i ' -
We1 have no faith in the prediction thai the
amount ef specie ctrculation with' U3, wilj beat
alliricreed. 'While there are so roanlbank
noiea pf small denominations in the community
the metats will be driven into the vaults of these
instiWtions like the clown in the Pantomme,
tbey will take, the cystert to themselves,1 and
distribute the shells amon? the neonle. Bat we
are on the. main well, pleased with this law: it
will I probably increase the market value of gold
still niore id this country, and will thns help our
extensive gold mining interests in the Sooth
t any rateit will make it much easier fur the
miners to convert their bullion into current mo
ney.? We perceive that the Southern members
e have sug-
Thej aujtbqr of addres. of the Central Com
mittpfl.on the subiect of Internal Imcrovemeot.
(Mr. Hogg) has given notice-that he intends re-
Tiewrng : the repl of the New JIanover Com-
T . f ' . . v J ?? v "fo.. . .
mittee, to their paper. He expectsto have his
reviewready for publication in tbe next Raleigh,
Reristeri I We can but expect some benefit to
the cause fmm the dispossion of this subject, by
1 ThOrsday last, 'was' quite a day of active bus
tle, business and amusement in Salisbury. The
Lottery of Messrs. Stevenson and Points, was
then drawn, and a large concourse of people as
emUeii;t& witness this (to us; novel apectacle
Jj., stare on vacancy" when they found that
wa3 Bot fur them. The capital prize
WadriVtfNninber lSM." : The fulIoirig
K . tpfiome of thencxl.big
highest piizea drawn
tQ tnetickels stated,
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Oh the evening of that, day out community
was hltvebed by. a Theatrical Vdlettainment
went- bffmuch to the satisfaction of the audience,
We are triad to say that the' effort was i&erally
j FOURTH OF JULYiJ
fTWd mti-wns of Lmcolnton. withoat previous
arrangements, observed the Anniversary uf In-
- :C4pt. Harry's patriotic
i .r" " . u u-
- I ihf hillitreana VICiniiVrfwuru,, ui to
i --Mnir anf- Abernathv
of oke delivered a' handsome address which
it foned bj Ipud and eontinnea applauses.
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pared' with the saosunuajs o
Kaiitabli prepared, of whicli they partook with
1 prii a nntite. ana cneexiui iccuuii.
?mmiL assisted by J . T. Alexander as Vice
5 ... M II I 1 II
inesiueni-. . t , JW'"4" u,uy',uu : 7 '
- L .ia'..l. 1 ..ffc tS nmnvlof Doctta-of Divinitv on Rev. Andrew Syme,
HV K e Utortn-
! SrJt J .
1 f, iThe memory ot wasmngioamna ajj,i
.5. rhe President and Vice President of the
united States 1 ,-1 -; .
6. The Heads of the Departments, i s
rT. The Sttte of North Corolina-Rip Van
Winkle is wide awake: (added by a guest.)
8. Freedom of the Press.
9. The Artny and Nary. , '
10. The rights of the Sutes. .
!i Jhe Ifcroes ind Sages of the ReVclationi
12. The memory of Captain UlakelJ.
13. The Fair the last, not least in our afled-
tiOQS. I, , , it ; j
n f VOLUJTEBJIS.
w PreHicnt qf tte dat La Fayede He
IiTed beloredandr died. lamented by Very A-
.mericanJ : i 4s? . ; : t i;r i I
fiy TT; JNoMiUniun bf the States, and
Union with the falrmiy abch aa!bn3 remain
forerer inseparable. ,
" Joroo J55?Wi-rbe Pldngbi the Hoe and
the .Mattock the yearround, and a theerfa! glass
of wine oa the 4th of July; t .! j, " .
EtjDantd SfchrFirmers-6n their
ond sense and cool judgment is bor reliance in
tithes; of : party. excitements' ' l ' '- '
y JoAn Jlicfctf The Patriotic 3ute pf South
Carolina. f:l 'tf .
1?y Jtf, IT. erndiAvferhe Peoole-Uhe onlt
true arid legitimate sovfeignty let, them alonef
and they will always do right. ,frl -
, 0?fGw J Huoift4.Henty Clay thej
champion; of the West (rfCil--. S5, 5 ! j
Bg Thomas JViUiav"joii-(snl in to be read)
r-Dowp witfi the Prpclamation ! Down with the
Protest ! I, and Down with the U. S. Bank t i !
My Capt. J. H Htirhi-XLTm Van Bnren
V and Andrew jSteTenson the identty of their fatei
ueture a jaciwus oenat8 snows mat a better, tate
awaits them before a virtwrut people the Pres
idency and Vice-Presidency of theAJnited States.
ppw tvui: r'
States' Senate It has wdom enough to Jiwem,
wit a . ... ..j : ' .' - :
r . jwxz luartm v an uuzen His
patriotism, cionsistencj and!
for e higbist jl
ghest office in the gift of
I "T..'H i j rr i - . . . . . :i
i jay nicnaci iok tapt narry ud nis uora i
pany clVolubtefyrs. -fy " . . : t , .
Jtfanutti-His firm andindepenyeot stand in
defence nf th rirhw Sf tK R
Elecotive, encroachment entitle 'hira !to the
thankaibf hissoristitueiits, & 1 for ohe iay well
dime good aHhful terrant." i
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North Carolina will never desert
Huzzum The Header of the Decla-
Indepeodence , I '
Bii & Prfltxhndd BarUett Shipn Vav
He be onr next Senator. s 1
r ? ii wtent
With good nay crops i good harvests, and good
'fhyJf '9 ' tod.ra4
winter ;t; . I"t . f.-. 4 .
fJTrrrf Hoke sThe I Ilncoln Boys---un-
Irniiivn! till thp urn triiwt 4
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By (xtp. W. Henderson In case of a deliber
ate and lpable.violaiion bf the Oonstitutloni
Nullification in the iightfui remedy;
Extract. from Gen. Jacksons letter to ih te4
gislature of Tennesee, dated 7th Oct. 11$.
v If "important appointmeats, continue io de
volve on the Representatives in Consrressi it re
quires ho deth of thought to be,cohvincifd that,
comg5?ton will bec&me the order m the dav:
and that under the gaij of conscientious lacrifi-
ces to establish precedents for the; publits good,b
vils of serious importance to the freedom and
prosperUy of the Republic may iarisej It is
peetto be attacked m iheir consttuUonalsover
eignity, and where tytpny may be apprehended
to spring up in some favorable emergency.
. ! . f- f , em. UpL B4ma
Appointments of JUernbers of Congress made
bv Qen. Jackson sincebis election : -I :
Senators. Wm. Findlay Martin Van Bn
ren. John H. Eaton, John Branch, Joun Ale
Phersoa Berrien, LooiS JUcLane, Jno. Ohandler,
ThnmaaT H. Williamsi David Ji Bal Ed
ward i Livingston, Levi 'Woodbury; Jlfahlon
Dickerson. Powhallaii Elliaj iJobrt Forsyth,
William Wilkini. 15.
Repkesentativks John .1 tJampbtil,
Francis Baylies, Robert S. Uaroett, leo. W.
Cromn. E. F. Tatnall, John FindlaVl Samnel
D. Ingham, Geo. W.JOwen. Thomas P. More.
Wm. C. RiveselahjH. HoblJieyeromos John-
fLifoersitu of JVorth CardiMWk
debtedfto a correspondent oCitbe Harbinger for
the ioRowinsf account of the exercises of the late
commencement jof onr! University, I. ,H
The! public exerrps amehejedjas usual,; On
Mondav e venms. The speaking on that and
the follow eveninffSif showed 1 evidently; that a
better uiste is gradually introducing fine caiasien-
A natural farvmirnf tli niilite nrStolfor the rant-
injr, and rnouthinw style of "BambasWs Fufiosoi"
Most of the speeches, were well numorea ana
delivered inoed taste.' I
The annual address delivered by Uen. James
Iredell to the two? Societies was entnusias
ticatly received by a. crowded hotise ahd would
call for further noticejjdid I not knor .that in a
hort & . fP 10
On Wednesday forenoon, a meeting ot tne
Nortb Carolina Instatew was held. And in
the forenoon the members of the Institute' and
audience generally, were entertained by an ad-
I dress tirom Professor Mitchell, on the subject of
i i. i t jl. .l . jMtAM.,'
Ueir ueaa, oa wneai.uieuiciuira,. wcvci
n.tinn toiao all idlheir dower to promote its in-
Fi -V ' -r.
j ;xha exercises of Commencement Day were
in their usqal oTder, the candidates tor
I fe TI . T " i n.t. .
J young gentlemen received tne uegrees or tacu-
lor rf-Aris The iext Degree of Master.!
t Arts was conierrea on Cicero r iw m, j
I w Brvan. Samuel Smith, John Ri J. Daniel,
' IT..,. .UTk Url-Tna TKflt
W Petersburg Virginfaj and that fL. L D,on
the RC Rev. Len S ives.Hoq. Chief Jusuee.
1 rjTr -
ion on Astronomy William
William V. Bon.
4: Oration on the Drama
Wiod'3or. " 45. Fwenisie de
bateWould th general Introduclion blT Vfni
iafactores be fcsa !;ial to the Southern cob'otry?
UrThomaSp II btoa Ed en ton ; Thomas J.
Wnhanj5ji IlaC; Va, 6 Forensic Deoate
fpoes a Stadsa . Wire mare benefit from, an at
tention 'to his giate studies than devotion
oTin vaf0i;a3 ntrpute to the ' tmprovenjea
of the medics j- ..'cssiaa in ihe State ?w.Vfl-
Caswell.: DSb institutions for education be
noder the p atroasjire'. and control of the State ?
HeriyvW. iJiUef, Bucktogham, Va. $ Ham4
son VV; Covington, Richmond io fc Valedictory
Oratiua Abraham f Morehead, Rockingham.
;ll Address by the President . ,12 Decrees con
ferredj , IS Report of th'e'Exauunatiom 14.
Prayer by the President. v r j
j- I.-..- ! ' - . ,
Extract of a. letter to the EoiWs 61 the Phil
' aielpha Goaimercial Herald, dated :
' : i t i torisYiitz. (Ky.) June 12. "
A shoctinr occurrence took " place here last
we.ik." A Mr. C: married f Miss. Bnckner last
week) a beautifal and intereStia? Woman, of one
of our rao$t! jHpectable ftinilies. On thateve
nwg Airs, Bnckner t tbe mother ofthe bride)
bad aflarjTe utity jof cifettrd ntadesnC? sent J
totheJioasra of her married children. 'On Sen- I
Laod dtedinra few boorsv White the conwanv
vj waier i uw; oaoffnierj was tacen ui.
was assempiiog tor iftef funertl, a daughter of
her'a became sudJtnly. i!l, and the funeral was
posiponeaf,inat potn tmight be buried together.
Befortlus; toak plaee Mrs. Bnckner died ; and,
one aftst tlieother, riffht have died, ind nine
more are daagsrsusT)! '
fotsoo -having been suspected, the servant!
are all ia prison, but there is no etideoce, exter
nal 4 ihtelnalyto prve the charge. The con
tents of the stomaqh show no appearance of poi
son. I Tbe syniptbms in all resbects resemble
thosef off Asiatic Cholera yet no one else
in town las been attacked, and not one of that
devoted fetiuly who avoided the custard. All
whoatelflUiayediedorareill. IThe phvsict-
nsand fcaffistrates arealfin alarm and bustle.
and no tjrapeople seem to agree in opinion
as to the true cause' of this melahcholl vM&ita
i MacB attention basiateiv oeeh directed
towardsTexas. All accounts ifrora that coun
try repr&ehl the influx of emigrants from
thq United : States : as very- great, and fri
We' read rer.rH)tlv in northern
papers, of juent expeditioTiafitted out for
new settleinents there, and oamnhlets and
prppQsalsB issueti constanilyj setting forth ,
the condition and prosDeclsoftthe territorv,
knd !tijs Jit!varities it promises to settlers.
A hislorypibqi country particolar
refereneeto, the.progress of .Aojstiii's Colb-
nyiup,tojand; sinie the onsuccessiul at-
cmpt3 to establish ; a State government, is
now in nreDaration at New Orleans, bv one
of the Colonists) and will be shortly pub-
Arfioe other matters bearing. upon this
point we remark a communication of con
siderable length, published in a lato . num-
oer mo iiicnraona inquirer, containing me
statement of an argument j to show that
Texas in fact constitutes btill an integral
part of thS United States, j The cass is a
br:ef one, ind has been advanced before,
but with not sufficient force or earnestness,
perhaps, not sufficient plausrbility, to
arrest the attention ot the government or
cbasl of Jiouisiannl Texas, Iwhich was with
in the limits of of that pnrchae, became the
property pt tne united states ana tne m-
habitants became not only! under the con
Stitutiorlibat by express stipulation with
France entitled to v ail the pri vileges ol A
merlcanq ia the tertitories. ;-Tiie purchase
of Florida from Spam arid the ad option bv
watMeatj jtfifie 'Ilexas bdundary, is pro-
noufredto be Unconstitutional and void,
for ttaritjpf power in any department of the
liovjtrntpeni, or an oi tnem, to sen or resign
away .to foreign provinces any portion of the
o..i. ki. 1 . j u
lerriuyty., oucu is uu case iuiuct auu ujc
argoroenj stated with what grounds, more
conSbetetit iudses of treaties and constitu-
tiom than. we &ic, must decide
W ! c- i . rn
lAt itt mfcThi foilojvtng 4wereT0e brief
but fitting: remarks of M r. ,W ebstpri iw the cen-
aie, iwriett the Joint Resolutions trqm the House
of Representatives,- paying dne honors to tbe
nieinpry of Lafatetxe, were taken op in that
body: '. ;. " fw..? ' . ,,u "
i vi shall riot pfesnnie, Mr, j PfBident, td utter
one Vrord of encomium on the extraordinary per
sonage of whom these Resolutions speak. The
propfjedifigMn whicli twe are j eogtged is inten
ded to ;hianiSC thet'sense of Congress, apd of
the People th lfnited States. It is a pro
ceeidin in which none are to lead , and none to
Rnd&ida to a' Nations Benefactor.
Ii Ol aaoccasion so J solemn, so afiectid, I con
teot piyself with symply moving that the Reso
hiUaiSbe put to the vote ; and I do this with
entlii conndence inai mey win pafcu, uw
onlV Without hesitation or dissent, but with earn
est, emphatic I may say, ete&i with bnthiisi-
MrTlirfi, whoie oouiinitiod was rejected
mTn,liihv the Senate, bat whose coramis-
sion extended, notwitnstanaing, $ "
Mr! Mi? CiintodkYounffi the Chief Clerk in the
Departo'ent, has been appotnted Acting Secreta-
IT ou iKterirf i
rL;t iCirne JVar-A divUebd bftiree rr
cent pf the pToniS OI IHIS. insmuuou uas iwcu
declaredpayable cu this day fSd nsttnt athe
Principal xJanii ana on tne Bevenui . w -
J" ;l ". si.,,. i. I t A.
rHtwuT HcBBAaw, f Administration) a menv-
ber of ihtf- Honse Representatives; has been
elecaxl, by the Legislature orwew; Hampshire,
.mrin CoDOTKa for six tear from the
4tnMareh"nexttfe ' SamM BtU, whose
terra of service will ; then expire.
! -1" " 4 - r,i 1 1
- n Stim?av last the followihsr young gen
tlf men were admitted to the practice? of the
Newbera.; 3 P:
to general litera SamU , R Blake, Fay
ettevilSamnf Villiams, Halifax. Va. F
'' i yiefriocn3 . itionjbn political EcnomyDa
rtd . ATA! iter, C (SerUnd,8. A Forensic Debate
f WooUtbo st ,ishment of a mediealBoard in
foilo 5 but in wnicn auare 10 oe, juauy wum
and lequayy f romineq 1 1, as all are equally sincere
and? equally ardent, in expressing a Nation's"
,viz.Johri il.'Haughton, oi; lyrrei, m um
rwl Court, and John uray uynnm, m
5 SamnrfCStenhensi f Newbem, and
The Board ofr,mmi
r?l$Vs '"Mioarned to? meet again on the
Worth Monday in October, i .
- Joipttmenf cf Congas Both hoosea :of
oocgress aSjourocd pursaanVto reSolatioa. , tm
Monday evening the SOih nlttmo. j -
, Court since onr lasUopfniun's lire
been delivered by tfae Court in the following ca-
Gastok, J n?ge, delivered the opinion of the
Oourt in the case of Jesse A. Dawson b. SamM
iObepherd. from Halifax retetsing the judg
ment below, and' rendering judrcieni in favoi of
we oetendanu-' ' r i .i-i: ' "
ypurt -i Xri the case of the State trL Beenmin Djl.
k-? iaofaak, - alSrming: the . judgment
t Chapel HUl n Threay evenihlas
by Kef E Mitchell, Nelson JL; Monger,
Lsxrof Torkville, S. Ci to Miss Mary U
Hilljard of this place. ? . ; -l. f - 1
Ashevine, oh. the 17th ihlu Mr. Mar-
cus L-lIoke.pf Lincolntori, to Miss Harriet
toMjss fllary E daughters of James M.
Sturm tsq. ;H .r " ;
In 1 Charlotte on the 45ta ult
Thomas "J. Holton 16. Miss RacBe) !R.
la Concord, on the 13th msi, Mrs. Efieza
Moore, (formerly of Metklenburr.)wifef of
Mr.Elam Moore aged S3 yeaid, HLmonths
WIIj UjLULiB ESTATE,
TO BE SOLD ON A CREDIT.
BV, virtue df a deed of Trist to mft exe
cuted by John G. J Hoskins, deceased,
and for the purposes tberein contained 1
shall SELL .at AucHonJ to trie highest Bid
der, at the Court House in Salisbury, N.C
ori Tuesday the i9tb! day of August next,
the following property, viz t , -
One 5 th part of a Tract of LA1calIedbe
Containing in ihe whole, abut f Acrei.;
Resided the ievffintit tiMmcts of tbif j
being a rich mine, I the Land is of 1
good quality iwfVmingJand the f
situation healthy j Tfajsreis; ;
new dwelling house on -the ! :
fremisc, and suitable out- (
H O 1S E S .
'A riesfo man, named ,TOMtegrd wo;
man, named DINAH , a negro girl, named
LETIT2A; one" named HARRIET ; one
named AMANDA. Also j i one CAR
RIAGE and HARNESS', two clay
coloured MATCH HOUSES; two MULES;
one StJLKEY and HARNESS; and one
PONY. , :h' : t;J 1.
A Credit of stir metilhs will be given to
the purchaser, on his giving bond with ap
proved security. The Title of this proper
ty is unquestionable. V
H. C: JONES, IVustee.
Suiistury, July I1VIS54. j 51 tsd.
A LIST of Letters iemainins in the Post
XSL Office at Statesville, N. C on the 1st day
of July, 1834, I i
Jos.' Pi Ualdwell, Ks.lJarrer j
Arasmus Brown K
James Benson James G Knox
Root. Brown James G Locke 2
C L A Landers
Rev; John W. Childs Martin S Leonard
James R. Campbell 1 M
Wm A Clay well Wm S Jtfoore
Dr R H CarsOh John Afoore, Esq
James M Clemmens 3iargaret; Millsaps
Charles Ch archill
Col John; Mordah .
James B JtfcClanihah
Joseph P Caldwell
Lawsdn R Cameron
John S. Carson
William Pyles or
Robert Phillips !
Wm L Davidson
Rev John E
Edwards! 1 R
David E Rencle
Jetitha Fowlkea . S.
James Foster, or Tho's John BhiwJ
"James Swan n
XJharles Storms 3 ;
.Jl -R ?
fameel S Tappan i I
John Waogh. p
Jamesj Gay lor
Fiss Sarah Henson
John Hill, senY
Wm H Haynes
Mrs Sarah A Hill
Jbbln Young ( Robcft Son)
W Kg;RRfcP JV.
A LIST OF LETTERS, I
Rmainin? in the Post Office at Concord N. C
on uieuis ui f . ,
' A-Wm. Mi Alexander. Aoranara Area,
Willi, m A ndrew. Mart. Alexander.
Ti Samnel Black. Ezekiel Baucum, Miss
Snhnah BiffeK Nicholas Bohain, Thomas N.
BlackMi88C(is$ey BMllen Charles Black Wel
der, Alexander M. IJigger. . . i
C-WUliam Cooke, j Andrew i Corzine Will
n-f?eonre Gurmoii. Georsre Goodman; Rev
Henry Graeberi . 1 ' , ....
. H larob HiMZtl Jariics Hodson.
" B T 1.
mH Mi Rlehori Hudson. Robert B. Hndson
Joshua Hodson Jesse ,W. Hains. James Henjy,
K Michael ! Kook, .-.j
T Tice Iitecar, GodCrey Lipe, Chlpeper
Lee- ' h J 1 ,
ailLhwri. William S. McRee. Na
MnntitS'. Hftnrr G. Montfort, Moses
McKinly, Mr Amelia, Millet, .
d ii l..kn P.frf : aficba.el PronetL,
RilMartin Rendleman, Martha Rogers, Iaa
Mary Ci ReeseMichael Rock,
SJamrs M. Shin, Nathaniel Suns,
Sull,i William Spears, i w " "
TT,mr nf tbe; PresbVterT.
TnAt-r. ILfrM. A Tcater, Sweca Turn-
er,' 1. . ' ; 1 ! " ; ( ; V
W-Juha C. White, Simtoo WixiecoX2e-
nts White, , i. '-ii ! ; ; I
n ALLISON P.. M..r
To be drawn at IJnu..H. tJl - -
; jWe&esday mki&frMfe 1834:
1 Prize of
1 Prrxe of
1 Prize of
T 10 Prizes of
JO iies of
; 10 Prizes cT
; '20 Prizes of
.60 Prizes of
. $00 Prizes of
1 6,000 Prizes cT
2cyS2J( hSMimioiUtj to1
io be drawo on the Hfrh nji r.L. blL. :.
the other Uw is certain to draw one IPrsL and
ttr.draw hre- tbe prizes ryableuTcash
40 days after ihe drawing, saleci to lh cVu
aj deduction of IS per cent.
fAfaekase of whole Ttcfcete n
and moit draw nett
Those who prefer ldrntimlw r.i tfuiii.LL
pnte only, can in this waT, for 5, at &B
manager's certificate for 10 "whole Tickets en
titling the huldrr wall the Tfe- l.JZ.
over $17tbat bdng the amoonf ofthHtjprizeg
that each paekae must drav. 'Wcki&a of
snares in proportion s. f 1 n.
A certificate for 1 a wholiTTickets '3
oo , ... do Halves J 150
AH orders from a distance bv mail nn.rt
oi7 B??? reInpe; endowing threaah or
it iiw jl icacw id our previous lwdttery W!l receive
the most prompt attention, if silrfriH
venson & Points, Salisbury, N.'C." &Sn account:
of tbe drawing wUl be forwaWed4cinediatIy
after the event; - ( 1; '
Ticxxts 4-Halvxs I faaitfii i.
uwv.umess ne mars nsatsiutnjrcros-ie?rred 'will r
spoil ; ine eiegance 01 nur gait ; or unless roastea
goose while tne thermometer is at 890 goes a
gainst his stomach. Be that as it may, I. feel
compelled to let the public know that he Is ab
sent without my peimission, . and tjiat I will en
force the liAvv against any me who harbor?,
conceals, or who abets him id any way. Joe is
about 12 years old, dark skmned, and rather po
ny built; he had on a flat cap, Linsey coati and
blue Janes pantaloons; : It is I possible thatba
mav have ioined a band f EniirtrrnH
lately here, as he then, landers land, made staled
proposals for a pUce in the ring, i ..u, g. 4 ,e
cents to any one who will bring him back-j un
less he has learned to cutsomersett8,n thateaso
I cant pay butjf5re. j '
"Bf vifmroT decree of the ffonliudgff f ihe
. .tnyji.j , ui inmii cuuaij, i iwill Sell at
the Court House, in StatesvBKon tie 3d loo
day of August next, a TRACT OFjLAND, in
said county, belonging to the heirs of Andrew
Neill, dec. called the big meadow tract ccQtain-
icg . L H . k
And at the same time and nlaci Bv &rtn
of a like decree 1 will sell in three lots, a tjact of
laoa, neionging w the heirs ef James Mdfrisoo,
dec. joining Robert Johnson, James' Moore, and
others, containing about
6ZO AORBSi j
Both tracts will be sold on a credits of cnl and
two' years. .1 ..1 .. I. .
T..J.. , f I
examination iof tht
female school at IVllliairisbutg, Iredf H Co will
take place da the 17th ttf July, to commence at '4
9 o'clock: Parents and guardians aire requested
to attend. . - . r"
NANCY CAMPBEIXj! Principal.
I WmiamsburgJuJy 12. 1834 X ,
fllHOSE who owe me are notified that I
11. Wcst Have mt Mo5Et) arvd if they la
not call oq mt within a reasonable time, I mutt
send some one to call 00 them. 1 1 f i -WILLIAM
!Tii8 ;TJo riling Rettitedj
At Iks jSorih'taroltna Itocji Storr
The Letters of JOHN RANDLPlt to a
j.1 young relative, from early yoatb to manhood ;
Canterbury Taies, swtd iaerie, S oli.V r
TURNER & HUGHES,
t Raleigh; Jin -Mq .
'; Te liate 8h nand jicailii1
Deeopf 23w0titrt Sjilf,
containing a covenant of seizin in addition to tl
usual covenant of cTiiet ryoynwnt commorjly
called a warraritj -I here is a cooaiderahje
vinuge to the purchaser tri : this improved form,
m it enablclhim to bring a suit so soon ai be d s..
coverl ttbif bVIuuV4itainetf k "badfitlefkejttk
dins' to the usaal fonn be " cannot sue tbe I seller
Until be has bees ousted from his ; purchase by
toil This U worthy of attention in thopis wbc
lay out money for Ian i . .
va nave also i . Land ULisx utir 1
1 cf accenrg diit .
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