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t' ). :
s ' i?
io. We litre not jet receiv
dJMWa&bi the ejections in this State ;
U, 4 19!pfd)ab!l that McDonald, (V.B.) Uelec
?A Fiit bcculijefiin Mobile on the night of the
Viltic.dfitroyl five squares and 500
WulttSothJi fire occurred on the next night
hicteldeswoyed one square inciuu.s
and iiN banking houses, i "I
XJmmWimt incndhties. J here nau pre
I j p i?: II
o fju'r fires since the 29thof Septem-
i rn REIGN NEWS.
nJui.Livernool. has arnv-
. -i . . B . r J
rk. wnce our last, in io uajo
e are sorry to perceive
whether as relates to the
or, the stale of the Harvest,
mwWclb brought by her
Puri Jty.The Newtfork
mU'mw ii:: it is aid lhat
thetll States Bajik in Philadelphia will receive
debts due them their post notes,
jednclingfromitnose noi our, me iuiwt
s i -- i
TO Jill" N---:i
io Rutheifordtoh last
Commercial Advertiser, Oct. 1 0
tUirS LATER FROM EN-
' GLAND. -
T i - ' i
lAl-Aclock this morning we bad the
pleuW; bf . hearing lhat the packet steam-
SlilU lfe?Pv" W(,B " ""I
bQutn8 ivioct stir uiiniui news collector
Wfcjfllflf' Wltiow: with our bag of papers.
Obr London dates are to the ereninff of Sep-
temhir W, an Liverpool to the 21st, with
the litest Commercial aavicea irom me va
6u fjorts ot ngiana, ana tne continent.
Sl? ill tfi fjypAT . Klf ITAI M:
; ?! I'M rl
Ecftffis ret ip progress, or had taken
1ace!ri several parts of the Kingdom. At
Manc&eitf, Sir George Murray, the Tory
capatelabi defeated by a majority of
2piCf iitriidge, Mr. Gibson, the lib
eriaftlniaMeiiivjiunsuccerefuI. Mr. Wyse,
liberil J 'was elected at VVaterford, without
oppiiwittl iso Mr. Shiel, re-elected, at
t jTjjf iFrigatel Rque sailed from Pprts-
roburii,;Tpr; Quebec, the 18th September,
ptntm -bpird 'I Mr" Poulett Thompson
arid $qm and Sir
;-lt.. i. li'M:fi.' -..n -
siHteii ! . ,; -.,
i Th0! jVl arqam 'of Hastings has published
a. veryl io&g communication, fortified by let-
.las, tracts, ana otner documents, disci os
jng aipfib facts relating to the calumny op
in uiisicr. iijuiscioses uvxmng oi inter
(jW8S npjt known heore, except lhai
Vh&tinSiiiis bahcUalleoged Lord Melbourne
Tiieiplaojs of the affair seems to be thrown
LiiiUJiM.i-Uj j. d.. .Li o:-
NOR1H CAROLINA SYrfOp; ,j
This bodyiconcistinv of ministers and elders re
presenting tiUir Presbyteries, met ia this place
and sat io the; New PresbylerUo Church on lH
three last days of last weekbeginnihsr their Ia-
borson the 9l.h inst. The principal if hot; IheJ
oniy ouaines3jiney nad to do, was to try a oiandei
Case agaioftip the Reverend Mr. Collon of Fay
etieville.whwe'aoderstand Is a Newilight Pres
byterian. Wip have not perused any of the docn
ments, bat U Jseem8 that Air. C. wrote a pamph
el, in whichlhe arraigns the principles and prac
tices of the old side Presbyterians, though nom
nally he U one of them. He alleges that their
principles lead to tyraoay and theijr practices
prove It. For this he was carried before the
Presbytery J (Orange we suppose,) : for i rial f
cord in sr to trie voters opinion. 1 be vote was
put and the charge was sustained almost I K
The gratification of the office fcolde
ae tact i&ai now.
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s at the
nilHE following details of a Schcmb or i
ie payments may be
as dorm? the late suspension.
they can make t frhaudaome penny;" b? selling t. ' 7f1 J3hlT.TSr. t I1
me specie checks; the? receive ton their salaries. I ' . t ( t f I I iU Ln,,.,, t,kflt.. .. u r
SDeeie will oerhar hAtvnnh 5. 10 &r IS ner I finHE Trustees ofahe Salisbnrv Fmale Aeal 1 1 -Tl .-v"TLV . - .ri15"
. . r- T?";.'i 7 r . r i , ii . . ,i ... , . r. . .:. I " I4UIS us iu uecisnn n to da i i i r a h a i i r. . - . -
argeof per xictettbe Valm Uko Mham trPi ..;!. fcim.if .1 .
leilTBl OI ICaSlOO tO tender his mnsl nnfeirrrxxl ,fl r
- - - m w wwv,uvM uai
long as they can preserve this state of things they Tfy repect, worthy of the confidence! of the Number of ih ri.; . - ,nA th.
Willdbtledo it.-ttimore pWicfc. " of ion .Imorality 1; wh Re good old n,
i JJJ, seek for their daogh era a place where intellect US ,hall be dnwn .?iC3 SSr
d HI OH LI IMPOltTMT
Ttf TlitL, PUBLIC BY 1)11. U 1U
FJ-S.100 CHATHAM ST 111'.::
BEWARE LEST YE STUM HI.::,
TTKOCT. WILLIAM EVANS, ico r
toal and moral co
1 . 1 1 " 1 iDem ui nrcnni wi
1 he Banks of this citv fsavs the Richmond I sohere ta whirh thv
ttTi-i !. . . i , . f I
v pig 01 yesieraay; nae made no ottcul dec- I Xhey are now
that every 1 ments to the numerous members fjf
roin tbence. to the Synod. , He was ;fuan:dgaiit , - . j .1 ,. - f --Mt thl- rL,
tT no. He j wasnortr ed on the plea Of VYol . t. iLi-.-J fL "ir.T r"J. 7-7
minify frs k .hrA .nin.l h.rn nKfffinI 7. f --r J.s.u.uj , w m.j u.1M4Muuuj
77 ,"-'.tt r tne,aaver8e;coiTent or the times, thev harede- Meanwhile
ed; bat on faotion, the quesuoq w.s puto tbi tel0ljDed t0Wspend cash payment conlinoel J. Baker.aT
way-charge6astained or not Sasiained ac Li irt , ,irn: ak L ; . La .L:Ji-!! r'
rs r inr. I f .nff.nn J. t.u . t . .
Iture comb aedi will torenare Lu..i.i-.,i.f.r.7-' :r? -.I.l' V . . "UU"J Pn na sc; f
ty nsefulhess and dicrn tthli 11"?" oa 10 l ?f8b 19 bve entrusted then s !
imavbecalledt t 1- F "UP " oi.deks. - his care. ,-He has the saiisfacticn ot k
m.tinrr all nftkM AfT... I . . r. T --- i.uuim.uj Hf low ef IfleBCeS. IL&l h!5 r?
aeitlaTwiX r Pend "" rP ing made to us for tick have done their daty as far as lies wi-'
1 fccuwciuau aau lauy oi eUwhen tha Prizes are'all sold. BUnka
33. i k j I I J ----VI it .'... . r..V lT-r--- w tiMrt-
they have engaged
!i' 'f;-.yl mbe first buyers, have the best chance. We the afflicted is Dtspepsia'or i
tHZM. thw,ffw' emPh7lica ssy -DF.LAY NOT ig all the sonrcs of their n
liuOlPT.-'?? VJ.MP'jopon the! have
.a . ; u .orriii i t r a inr w am ana n l
qoitev unanimously. Afterwards, he made smf lAWBPcttisbiirg lntelUgencir.
written ilriwiiirlAWvAmAnte iiiKim! fra nAf l-anl I i i i "O w" T
and peace was restored avain. 'r
Note. .He is said to be a man of talen
That his book and defence are strong aud well
wnueo. juincoinion itepuoucan.
WELL, DONE JERSEY BLUES J
i ii i
Legislature! for forgiveness for the infraction of I taotrl
Petersburg Intelligencer I I entire satisfaction. As soon as thd other teach
! I - 1 " j j L; I lersare obtained, Miss Baker will again devote
great pleasure ito armotnee that I herself exelosively to the musical department, i1 ii
rnrn shmit fair nlar. and fnir nlav'a a iav;
- rj m t
el ! The Whis have carried New 'Jersey,
high and dryj and put the Loco Focus to a com-
pieie roai. ois is tjunc cumiuriaoie aiier our
recent reverses ; and it is a triumph wbrth reordi
iog, as the Government Agents in! the State!,
from N. York! and elsewhere, were like the locusts
of Egypt. fThe Jersey Blues have, indee,
done themselves the highest honor in resisting
the official bribes tendered by the party In power.
We unite with a Philadelphia cotemporary, in
awarding to? her all praise, and exclaiming,
Well done! New Jersey I"
x ne ioi lowing is ine siaie oi panies : in j uom
srancbes of i the Legislature : i U
Whsg Loco Foco. ! j
Council. Assembly Council Assembly.
10 .. 33--. . 7 : 20 I-
iff Ullff UiflUVJillf IU VUUUWU U UUJU 7L33CU1"
Last year he Uocncil was divided 9 Whigs
to 8 Van Baren' men ; Assembly 30 Whigs to
23 Van liuren men ; showin? a VVU12 cam in
both Housea --RaUis h Register. HI
I It gives
His Serene .Democratic Highness Martin the
1st; nas reached the beatot :he ttuyai;uoverxi-
ment, antf taken en bis abode in his Uojal Pal-
are indebted for this information to
Gentleman of the Bed Chamber,'
of the Globe The Heir Apparent
ttocKbridge. l qe ifnoces of the
the! " Firat
is still in
Blood are scattered variously. Pefrrifiurfir Iu-
From Vermont we learn that the Whigs
CarlfjS Coplidge, fWhig,)
Paul Pillingham, (V. B )
Jennison's majority is 2,351.
the Loco Foco majority was- still larger.
vote was thin in that as well as in Older
of the S'atei from which we have! heard
Whigs making'no regular and concerted op
tion. We give op Pennsylvania
On Monday next.! the people
of this district are called on to vote for; a repre
sieqlative to Congress, in place of i the Hon.
ur lift 1 -L i-jLl'l-
11. 1 jcimurc, resigneo, na arepreseqiaiiTe jin
the Legislature, in place of Mr Brown j deceased.
Disastrous Fire. On Friday last the flour-
isbinv little town bf Aikin in this iState was al
most entirely destroyed by a fire,- whieh broke
ooiat 9 oclock in the morning, fabd lowing to
the infiamable condition of the buildings from
the long dry season and the scarcity Jpf water,
in about two hours consumed thirty six houses.
The loss of property, consisting chiefly of store
houses and merchandise, estimated;, at from ffiQ,
()OU to $100,000. We hope that the energy
which characterizes its inhabitant,: Will soon res
tore the town to iu former condition J
A fire, among the most destructive I that nas
ever occared in that city, took placeiq Philadl-
TPDtrO IP TITTM'
I. i !. ;. I-
For beginners, oer session of 5 months. I iS 00
for the Kadimenta, with Grammar, Gel;
ography and History i ! M l 10
The above" with, the 1 higher branches in f
Literary Department, ; i I 12 50
Music on the Piano and Guitar, ( ; 25 00
Painting, , , lOOff
Ornamental Needle-Work, and the inakinsr
of Wax Flowers, will also be taught, if desired,
at $5 each. 1 m "il-h .
By order of the Trustees! n I
THOMAS L: COWAN, Ch'n.
Salisbury, Sept. 27, 1839 tl j
7 -i 11..:'; !
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oa the.) j I j; :
FALL AND WINTER OF:
CP Observe the Number. 156. i
7on nnn 1 1 1 J Ksnn nnn v m
- . . . ... . wV,ww
6 Prizes! oCf-S20,000
2 Prizes of--S15,000
3 Prizes off-S10,000
Grand Real Estate, and Bank Stoc
.T.nnintm v .' !
Of Property tiluaied in Kcio Orleans,
pC?The richest and most magnificent Scheme
ever presented to the public, in this or any oth
er country. i
TICKETS OZ7Z.Y SO
have elected their Speaker in tne HoiisL PjJa 00 tbe!5ih-About fifty buildini were dje- And is prepared to ixecnte orders
. II ; r i nil strpyed. iA.j i f; - stylishandsatisiactdrymanner.il
thus : . tl. s ; -n i - i - i ml t ? . -. . . t a j l.
ilV !!! i 1-
111 ' : M
Authorized by anaet of the Legislative As
$embly of Florida, and under the Direction of
She Commissioners, acting under the same. I
rTo be'draWn atuJACKSONVLLE Florida
December 1st 1839.
indigesik ti, ;
epjojfaer.t, t :
in many instances to the misi-ir ,
firmed Hypochondriasis I Lon as ii
object of inquiry by medical autl.c r-
mains m much obscurity Apoplexy, di.-
me iwiver, lvianeys, apieen, dtcmach. c;
testines, Dladder and its appendages, Di:r:
Dysenury.'Cam Multos Allispeitorri
in the drama of Moibid Affections. Dr 1
has been stosolarlr successful in the tr
of the above diseases, iy remedies dra w n
nis own and the researches of the ci( ?t t
medical men in the world. , He has aUo !.
experience and success throughout lie
family of delicate diseases, the irarurp t
cies of which are aggravated by and r
me consuiauon inroogn the base con ; i.
Mercurial murderers, unprincipled, i;r t J
and un practiced, in ny art save that cf e
tinglo lead the credulous victim cn ti e 'i
ruin. Dr Evans office, 100 Chatham
supplied with the choicest remedies tr.
and foreign markets, aad compounded l y ;
ter'a hand on scientific principles A !
is always in attendence, and a private
All those whocome :here in the Lour tf .
WILL GO OFF BCJOIC1KO.
C3-UVER COMPLAIJVT, OF
YEARS STAJ'DIJYG.-Mi3 1 1 A
BROWNEr wife of Joseph
Sixth st. near Second at.' WiUiamsbur
I J ted for the last ten years with Liver
SCHMIDT HAMILTON. Managers, restored lo health through the
SYLVESTER & Co, 156 Broadwayj
JNew xork, oole Agents.
FinHE Subscriber Informs the public, that she II No Combinitioh Nuuburs! !
J7J,. receTea tnrougn tne wortnem 0.000 Tickets from No. 1 upwards
Cities the latest andjmost approved
LONDON it PARISIAN FASHIONS,
tin the most
Work sent from a distance shall
We have information, says the ; National Ga-1 put cp and forwarded.
zelte, which states that seven thousifrd regulars
; be carefully
IS. D. PENDLETON.
e to be sent to Florida, among them the 8th cj A few Bonnets, Caps jTorbahsi and
iniantry ana a large portion oi inej arunery, are i other articles, will be kept on hand for sale,
tpjro from ihe; Northern ftohlier bj likewjse Mrs. S. P. is also nrenared to execute
-Pennsylvania Election. The Whigs carried 'r5'; T -.-au,. vm. j.u m-- unmpingand Fluting on reasonable terms.
.i .6 . . . .. oni-i iii' i hflfin AnlhnriZHd to nend to tinha fori 'it la rnrn nnm. I . . . i
am I I i t is i - I. t ii. 2 ... . i. . - i
ia mi 0. - m - Mk. r i
at vi iiif nniA: i
As the contest in New Jersey.1 toirned in
great measure upon the qoeslion0jf the recent
dispute as to the returned members of Congress
from the State, it is pretty strong' proof that the
Philadelphia will elect Mr Swift. (Whirr') as Whi? members have not only the ie?a) rierhtito
ujajur. git: i - . i i meir aeais, out uai ingy were eiecieo, as tney
are certaioly now sustained, by a majority of the
voters ot the ptate Jilex. war.
j I TheliOdvernmenl ' had inriUbteJ an in-
qHf;(ji he conduct of the Birmingham
rnanisiraics ourmg tne riots.
nil irfn! itiimi
Hi !l !
" THE NORTHERN MAN WITH SO
What av. the friends of Mr. van liuren about
his opinions ion the subject of the Public Lands
Do his opinions on this question coincide with
those of the Southern People? Is there an in
dividual in the Southern States; who in truth,
will sanction! what he would do in the disposi
tion of these Lands ? After our forefathers; had
UIIUilUKUVIU I . i , ! i t.t
"Vi ,11, (.Oil I , -J . . 1; J- t :. I . -1 11. .
ana guinea possessjou oi iuis lerruorj oy iiie
mmm ua ,h8 18lh of Serlem- wTC34. d
I ! Our humane government is about to send to
Cuba for blood-Miounds, to run down! the Indians.
whom their skill and valour were inadequate) to
conquer by the! ordinary arts of war. i We think
that hereafter f'Gen. Macomb" had;bf tter make
" NVashingionl his borne,' and let some one els
ty hn luck"! among the Indiarii4Pefera&tb'g.
InlMis-Fjncer. I i , f ilH i
in order to establish their liberties upon a firmer
papers announce the death basis, secure! the fruits of their labors and form a
ticut, has appointed Thursday, the 2Sth Nov.
Lauderdale.nithe 81st vear more perfecti Union, they: assembled towetherlto Dexl 10 be observed as a day of thanksgiving
l 3 it
Thanksgiving. Gov. Ellsworth j o
was in retirement at Dar-
nliMfa'ftjgfhj his measures for a fiesh
VapekllrMtatidii. j i
i t ne A ng ana wieen oi Belgium left
Lcdbnlfot their own Kinsdom on the 20th
Scpieijiber,-. Their visit does not appear: to
havejt) edtin jany; arrangement for the
rr-afSf Queen Victoria at least, the
'iIflptl l? bollu'ion to any sucb event
'fBO: uncertainty that hung over the state
rjT.lrjMshj Harvest when the British
ieli:EgIabd is not entirely removed
hy ltir.alj of pe Liverpool. The wea
: . je fe'er. je.xenstvely ..unfavorable, .and
HMfiift N-H-0161 lhal the tone of the
,Bp(.j4dt'e(rsp:.io the expectation even
; bf f jlfage crop ; but still there was room
forhbnoJf In Ireland, however the nuestion
waiyere4 settled The crops there,
redeem the oebt contracted by the expenses ot the
war. these States were advised to cede the pub
lic lands tblthe Federal Government, but! with
the condition that the? should be administered
for their conimon benefit. J But what would die
Administration do f Why, (says the Execu
tive,) these Old States have no right to shire
the benefits of these lands : The New States' in
the West are entitled to it. North Carolina jS.
Carolina, Georgia, &c, are setting up unfour)d-
edclaims, which are false and unjust, and I m
determined that: they shall receive no aid ;frbm
me and my iAdmimstraiion. Uan the People of
the South brook such injustice, such a glaring
violation oi tne principles oi equ:iy anajuMice r
throughout that State.
Gov Page, of New Hampshire, has
Thursday, December 5, to be observed as a
public thanksgiving in that State.
Col. J or n kb. has been re-elect(jdi President
of the Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail Road Com
pany. . J r. '!j I.
ON Monday thel 11 th day of November next,
at Fort Defiance, in Wilkes Count v, , N.
Carolina, the late residence of Gen. William
Lenoir, dee'd, will commence the sale of his per
sonal estate, consisting of BANK STOCK in
the Banks of the Siate of North Carolina, and
Cape Fear. . . j J M :4 j- '
Stock of dilFerent kinds,
Crops of $ifTereni kinds,
Tools oftitmosteverif sorti
Mron, Salt, Household and j
Hit then Furniivirei ' ,
And many other articles too tedious to mention
The Bank Stock aad Negroes will not be offer
ed for sale before It o'clock on the second day of
the sale. TweIvemonths credit will be given
on the purchaser giving bond with approved se-
raB ttf 4- t !
THOS. s LENOIR, fcx'r. I
October 18, 1833 3wl2
J List of JLetters,
! . ' I MARRIED, : 'M
i ! ' j l - i i I i'; '
i In this couhty on the 23d inst , by Jacob My
ers. Esq.. Mr CHARLES i EARN HEART,
toMiss CATHARINE MOYER.1 ; 1
told by a gentleman who passed
thro' this place a few days ago, and, who resides
in the Northern part ot Mississippi that at the
last Court irj his county, there were upwards of
1400 case3 on the Docket. It was common, f he
1 tf een fatal to the potatoes.
i LQttplfc was a bade lower than at our
tfScisi":aDd confidence was felt that
'V wis J f$t ' ' . i . , r ; 'l say 1,1 111 utue uuuunca, i' oco ucmccu ;w uu
u W"fwrVaf01 Plaloes wefe unqes- ioo Attorneys attending the same CourU A
WmliVn " v- BeragO' ne wea-1 single Justice of the reace nas juiisdictionj in
giving Judgment on all sums under ;f 50; -With
os the otnee io! Justice is one ot honor alone, pt
there they have stated fees for work and S labor
done, and vel understand that the office of Sqtiire
in a Town there, is more sought after than that
of District! Judge. in.
v tret,to earn that bills to a taro .
V!uui.uiawn,0vI the United iStatMRantr. I .1 ' I I f
eeh"pTOtCSted in FranrA Kilt it aill I r-Tf.TiUfnr ..tr. n.. ka.n tKrnliL
B' r 1 1 . t ... . t -w w w a wm u m a. a a bki s v&ia iiu-'vdbui vaavjAaKai&WD :uuau am viti'
"PfllslnM1 ayranoement had been made I ed with drores ot Kentucky horses and mule.
lorjliii pajmn i We don't island on small matters; here; We
REMAINING in the Post Office in States
ville N. C, October 1st, 1839.
A William Averett. j i j
. B R. C. Beldoe, Samuel (Blackburn, Peter
P. Braley, Wm. Brown, Erasmus Brown.
C Milton Campbell, Esq.. I Theophilus
M. Campbell, John! Cook, Wm. F Cowan,
D Joseph Davidson. ! ;
E Mrs. Ommey Ellis: i ! j
F Thomas A. Freeland. I
G Miss Eliza A. Giddeos, John Galliher.
H Mrs. Margaret Hall, i ; !
J Robison Judkins. 1 1 ;
K Miss Mary Y. Kerr, i I
L Charles Loue, Georgel or James Lackey,
Alexander Long, ; j
M John B. Martin, James McKnight.
N James K. Norton. !
P Hugh Plylef. I s
R A. Rubey, I ry Reaves: I
S Gheen Smith. Miss Jane J. Scott. Azel
the Churches of Concord Presbytery, will sharne. Alfred A. Shame. Wm. S. Swanson.
be cauea upon in me following oruer ioi conui- i William Stringer.
I Temperance Convention
AGREEABLY to a Resolutjioj! passed a a
meetino of Delegates from different Tem
perance Societies, who met in this Town on the
llth and 1 2th of September last, la Temperauce
Convention will meet in this place, on: Wed oes:
day the 6th of November' next to which ithe
different Temperance Societies in thisState are
respecuully invited to send one or more delegates.
I 1 ;S. LEMLYlPiesldent .f
of the Rowan County Temperance Society
.Oct. 25, 1839 2w IS ' j; j
TIY direction of the Synod of N.. Carolina,
t pThe f at ibrialQ 0f lne cnaiw I dooM ride anji examine one horse half a day .be I Saturday,
lisU vfis: formally dissolved on Sent. 14.
UfiS?? ii ?:,l0'n Castle, af
mm .".vanyy.-i The mm. in th
seed ny me rains, came out brisht.
i pageant! was attended K. ,kn,n Tn '
M$& Alr;Jenningham' Was slioht-
iT.,y.otinaeq in tne wiist.r in the
fore we purchase, bur we Just -buy them
the drove and send the Kentuckiana back!
UPftnMof Engjandavo no
;MWPWaudon, agent of the. Uni-
Something JVew. We have heard of a va
ty or Uamts at arns out we never unin
centlv. heard of the Kentucky came, called
too.1 Supposing that three jentucKians aner a
stop at a house, and be
take a Aorn, ! 4 ley
for the cfur .. to decide
nri these baseants would h the matter!! each nuts down a lumn cf Su?ar led
ws received with great Vp- j upon whatever lump a fly first lights thai is
Marquis of Waterford, it! is r!a ? beyiioocd, andthe owner apHitts tJpi tor
thb next. I 1'"- 1.1 ' ' n I
assistance thp. ribcai't dipe it.J. rirJJ.
and Grey ;afe- At a second trial between
these two noble animals' on Satorday last, over
the Oakland! Course; Grey Eagle, says the Cfio
cinuati Whig, took the fiist heat (4 ms ) it. im.
50s., beating! Wagner about two lengths! i The
second heat pagner took by a neck only! 1
j The anxiety now became painful.' Both iQrs
es cooled off Well, and came op in good ord rfor
the thiid and decisive lieat. The contest, how
ever, was-of short duration. During the fast
half mile of the second round. Grey Eagle liet
down,,as it is technically termed.! and. Wag
ner galloped round, winning the purse, j -j, I
The tendons Jn one of the fore feci cave
way, so as to; entirely destroy the use of the leg,
so far as the turf is concerned. Grey Ele his
butions for Foreign Missions, by the Secretary
oft the Central Board.
Fridav November 1st, Steel Creek at .11, A.! M.
ai, rroviaencov ; ao
3d, Rocky River, jdo
4th, Philadelphia, do
5th, Poplai Tentir jdo
6 lb. Concord Town do .
7th, Beth page f Ido
8th, Ramah, it ! ido
9th, Mallard Creiek.jdo
10ih, Sugar CreekL Jdo
do Charlotte,.Candle lighting
lib. Paw CJ reek, at J 1 A.;M.
12tb, Hope well
i die liahting;
Thursday, 14th, Centre, at
15tb, Prospect r
W John Webbl Wm. Wassonl Esq
T -.! i .Mil.
4 , j i . .
tmSrmfl in his arrangements with
tMnschild; to ItquidateUhe
r&liW!dV Hot.inguer ScCo at Paris.
4llMvef Mail t,f the 21st has a sav
ageirtrcleon the UniiPd r.' n.nt u
'f;- ;5 . j j " futuico auu uit-
verbcf bring, ou besides her full
of 94. passengers, GO cases of
each valtiprl . . ..
iliU 4v Vi . 4 -iuuu a io-
taUof 00,000 in silks alone ; -
ylft iplHj arrITa! large quanti
M&kmMm. the United Ita2. W
our ti relat ons with Eerland,
. v ii, A.
.,.;. j do
.;: P OO
17 th, Concord, (I redely do
20th, Tabors f
23cy Third Creek
241 b, Back Creek,"
25th, Thyatira, 1 1
l ! A
Oct. 25, 1839 5wl3 4
A quantity of superior Chewing Tobacco.
do Smoking Tobacco
F. R, ROUECHEJ
C. II, DEJERNATT,
HAVING located himself in the town of
Salisbury, would respectfully inform trie
puouc tnai ne is preparea io execuie iu oruers
in the above line, which shall be done io a sat
isfactory manner if no no' chargre.i Also,
GLASS CUTTING. He may be found in
the boose formerly occupied by Mr. EIHott as a
Drr Goods Store.! immediately opposite the
Watchman Office.! ;. f' ti ! 1
Salisbury, Oct. 11, 1839. 6wll f
THE Subscriber wishes to employf-immi-diatelv
Two or Three Journeymen Tai
lors of good mora! character and industrious
naoiis, to w nom gooa auu unmu cm
ployment will be given. ' I
r ' HORACE H. BEARD. !
Salisbury, Oct. if, 1839 tfl2 j .j
i The deeds of the Property and the Stock
transferred in trust to the Commissioners appoin
Jted by the said Act of the Legislature of Flori
.da. for the security of the Prize Holders. !
1 Prize The Arcade 86 feet, t
5 inches 4 lines, J
on Magazine street; j
101 feet, 1 1 inches
on Natchez street, I
126 feet, 6 inches, !
on Gravier street ' 1
Rented at aboui$37
000 per ann. Val
ued at I
1 Prize City Hotel 162 feet on
146 feet, 6 inches,
on Camp St. Ren
ted at $25,000. j,
Valued al l $500,000
I rrize u welling tiousef adjoin
ing the Arcade) No
16,24 feet, 7 inches
fronton Natchez st.
Rented at $1200
Valued at r $20,000
1 i'rtze JJitto (Adjoining the Ar
cade; No 18, 23 ft.
front on Natchez si.
Rented at $1200
. Valued at s $20,000
1 Prize Uilto-CAdjoiningthe Ar
cade) No 18, 23, ft
front on Natchez st.
Rented at $1200
Valued at j 20,000
1 Prize Unto No23 north east
corner of Basin
40 ft front on Basin,
.40 feet on Frank
lin street, by 127 ft
deep in Custom
house street. Ren
ted at $1500 Valued at 20,00
1 Prize No 24,South- west Corner of Ba
sin &i Custom bouse st.
32 ft 7 inches on Frank-
lini 127 feet, lOi inches
deep in front of Custom
house street Rented at
$1500 Valued at 20,000
1 Prize Ditto No 339, 24 feet 8 inch -;
es on Roy tl street.by 1 27
i feet, 11 inches deep.
Rented at $1000 Val
ued at .jj 15,000
i x 1 .ju Diiaica wiu.i uaua i.u;n,
$100 each, j ! 25,000
1 Prize 200 ditto Commercial ditto,
$100 each, i f . ' 20,000
1 Prize 150 ditto Mechanics' & Tra
ders', $100 each,) 15.000
1 Prize 100 ditto City Bank. $100 each, 10,000
I Prize 100 do ditto do $100 each, 10,000
II Prize 100 do ditto do $100 each. 10,000
1 Prize 50 ditto Exchange Bank, $100
each, - s 5,00'
1 Prize 50 do ditto do. $100 each, 5,000
1 Prize 25 ditto Gas Li?hl Bank. $100
each, ! 2.500
1 Prize 25 do ditto do, $100 each 2,500
1 Prize 15 ditto Mechanics Se Traders
$100 each, 1 . 1,500:
1 Prize 15 do Ditto do, $100 each, 1,500
20 Prizes each 10 shares of the Louis
iana State Bank , $ 100 each,
each Prize $1,000, 20,000
10 Prizes each 2 share? of $100 each,
- each Prize $200, of the Gas
Light Bank,! 20,0001
200 Prizes each 1 share of $100, of the
Bank of Louisiana, 20,000
200 Prizes each 1 share cf '$100, of the
New Orleans Bank, 20,000
150 Prizes each 1 share of $100 of the
Union Bank of Florida, 15,000
THE Officers of Davie are resjiecifoliy in
formed, that Col. H. R. Austin of Mocks
ville. has become lour A?eni for the sale off
Blaoksinthal County, of whom j they may be
had, hereafter, upon the same' terms: as of us.
October 18, 1S3&
& BRUNER. I
COO PRIZES 1 81,500,000
TICKETS $20 NO SHARES.
The whole of the Tickets, with their Num
bers, as also those containing the Prizes, will be
examined and sealed by the Oommissioaers ap
ndnted under the Act. previously to their beitu
nut into the wheels. One i wheel will contafn
the whole of the Numbers, the other will coh
Uin SIX HUNDRED PRIZES, and the first
600 Numbers that shall be drown out, will be en
titled to such Prize as may be drawn tolls num
ber, and the fortunate holders of such Prizes
will have such proper! v transferred immediately
after the drawing, unincumbered, and teuhovi
anv deduction !
f l June 7, 1839 tlD
m kj xxocj. oyrapioms: iiaouuai t
tion ol the bowels, total loss of appetite , s
ciaiing'pain of the epigastric region, pn
preasion of spirits, langbur and other sr. :
extreme debility, disturbed sleep, inordn .at
of the menses, pain in the right side, v ,-t:
lie on her left 6ide, without an srava!;
the pain, urine high coloured, with other
toma indicating great derangement in the '
lions oi the liver.
Mrs. Browne was attended bv tr-n r
first physicians, bat received but little
from their1 medicine, till wr Browne t r
some of Di Wm Evans invaluable prn at
wnicn enectuaiiy relieved her of the aU.
tressiogsvmptoms, with others, which it ;
essential to intimate.
JOSEPH BROW 2
City and County of New Ycik; ss.
Joseph Browne, WiIliamsbursb.Lcr-
rttr Anv aurn.n AtA Ann.K m. A .. . :
lacisasset torth in the within stater;
which he has subscribed his name, are j ;
true. JOSEPH BUOW:
Husband of the said Hannah Ih
Sworn before me, this 4th day of January.
tCF'Another recent test of the vnrivaV
tut of Dr Wm Evans'1 Medicines. 1) Yk I
SlAt TEN YEARS? STAJYDLG.
McKenzie, 176 Stanton street was afllicw
the above complaint for ten years, which
pacitated him at intervals, for the period
jears, in attending to his bosines?, rrsJi :
perfect health under the salutary treat:
Dr.Wm Evans.-- . .
The Symptoms were. A sense of d i :
and oppression after eating, distressir j
the pit of the stomach, nausea, impaired t
gfddiness, palpitation of the heart, grot
and emaciation, depression of spirits, i':
rest, sometimes a bilious vomiting, and
the right side, an extreme degree tf i
and Iatntnes8; any endeavour to pursue !
iness causing immediate exhaustion and
JUr McKenzie isdal1y attending Ic I U
neaa, and none of the above symptonis l.ut
corred since he used the medicine. lie i
a strong and healthy man. He ha3 k
myriads of remedies, but ihey were, all i
tual. He Is willing lo give any infurn
the afflicted respecting the inestimable
rendered to htm by the use of Dr n .
medicine. . 1
A Ileal Blessing to MotI :
Dr. JJFm. Evans Celebrated son!'.
f 1 1HIS infallible remedy has. preserve !
ja. oreoa oi uiouoren, wneo mougni j
covery, from convulsions. As socn as t!
a .a .a a i i
rop is rubbed on tne gums, tne ciniu hi
er. This preparation is eo innocent,
cioos, and so pleasant, that no child will
tojlet itsgums be rubbed with it. jWhfri i
are at the age of four months, though it.rr
appearance of teeth, one bottle 'cf lis
should be used on the sums, to open tie
Parents should cover be without the ;
the nursery where there are younjj dnl
if a child wakes in the night with jin. i
gums, the Syrup immediately gives f
nnnino lh nni. And hpaliner th friirii-:
by preventing Convulsions, Fevers, 4 c
tfrProqf positive of the Efficacy cJ
Evans soothing byrvp.
To the Agentof Dr Evans feoolhir '
Dear Sir The erreat benefit afforded to r
tering infant by your sooiningoyrup, in :
of protracted and painful dentition, rut i
vince every feeling parent how essential t
lyjapplication of such an invaluable n.t J
to relieve infant misery arid torture
fant, wfcile teething, experienced ecc'
sofleringi, that it was attacked with ten v i
and my wife and family supposed thai
would soon release the babe' from srt
we procured a bottle bf your syrup; Lie L
as applied to the gams, a wonderful cl.;r :
produced, and after a few application', t!
displayed obvious reliefand by ccntir.i; -use,
I am glad to inform you, the chi'J 1 -
latalv rafnmavaA' anrl nn TttfTlTTfTirP (, tl.'L
fa) complaint has since occurred ; the t;
emanating easily and the- child enjoys ;
health. I give you my cbeeriul prr:;:
make this acknowledgment public, v.
aladlv give any information oo this ctrc
" 3 ; Wm JOH:
Sold ly the following Agents.
GEORGE W BROWN, Salisbury, !
JOHN A. INGLIS, fBookstore) Cherav ,
J.4I ANDERSON. Camden, S.C.
E. JOHN HUGGINS, Colombia, S C.
W. M. MASON 4" Co., Raleigh. N. C.
TAYLOR. HARRIS &. Co., CLarl.:; ,
TRANSCRIPT OFFICE, 'I v:c-.
P. SUMMKY &. Co. . mC"'" '
4ay 10, 1S39 ly41
consequently: made his last tace. .
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