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"!r ..1 bihe nubile will oe utrnisneq wnu
n'rlkSKI iiifst'tMna njTorfS-.ai.aaf 1 was
1-11 ..r it.a i9.o iniventinn l loroear.
icMse ( h i cimrn 111 ica ion w tthnu 1
M It llJ.itiit.. f:;.ilii' as I film.
' 'kiiiiWiwl'S,,,,!t- ' -
iirr,tiiir' J. s 1 it 1. 1 1 :. be a mans
W'lf - ' , 7 -'
' I: f ':;l. I infnrniiitinn 10 TPSartl lo
'MMffreuvf the vleyahzdv trafae in
5alf7i. 'JVov. 22, 1839.
11 : ?t
5 & Bruiter : Enclos-
S'; ki cehi In me from Virmnia. Iir
1 i :i-..nmfkL'''n - - - o - -
U nrd I tanil St Ia IMt kn
ItH.o snivel , and wil! be respect
,e of Virginia, in our poblic jour-
c . f i..n: .1 1
ti- .1 i-:-- iiV J
11. r m
i&Mo of i't he citizens nf the cnuotj of
P;JJS V- -4 1-.-: u ' j -
il--Jrti'M MeComafl Ea. Cant-
?LiJiliar'eitid,to the Chair, and
liifn U. pilfer, Andrew S.FoI-
iskjiW lhiatieettni a tornpiKe roao irom ine
lilJailiVffiUMuoroe county, passing
GlJ Goprt Hoose; tottiesaia town ot v yine
O koiMllElsol be ian improvement cf great
ijhti 4w(io miSi ponion 01 Virginia ; sno
irpPlH,0?bi expedient by this meeting
infrtrl?rifioh of Deleeates from the several
tnieHf !6ri!nfaf immediately ; interested in
a yrw!&4ts a n -from that portion of he
Q0$0aiolina, whichr might consider
liir!iii1iefta ri naid improvements, should be
U ciWderf the propriety of. extending the
UfrqmrtM Kentucky line to Tazewell Court
iasljfilas bee acted on by the conven
y ir& -jfaf ltey jield at Giles Court House,
m jbefyrtame'l point to the North Carolina
a,0l Wi;uBS.iuciiii .mo saiu iu uuui iub
ed 3olfNr;55ptings to VVytheyuic,. with the
U U th application to the next Legisla-
iM-TSiiiialon the 8bjpct j and in the opin-
6f triim?e?rng,ine8aia town 01 vymevne,
ni U the nost suitable place for ihejaeettog
iiia confer) yon iieeioie,: 1 -r-1
Bf&wiilkVt this rneetinj will appoint del
iMtglaiflntion; to be held at WyHhevjlle,
H Jltj,!jCJS? ySf' - cm iirouo j. 1110 ii'u yj
amheVTheM fei 3for the ! purpose aforesaid'.-."
Jgl hatbe counties of I azeWeH,
'WJli d G fJ eon t i0 this Slat e. ad
b citieusAi; gut
. WOtlDoiua Tu j ponSIucr , 1 Ijciusri Bo jini. i koicw i
i raQ' uupniveuieuiai, ru u.u iiict io.i
-ii -i&ik' LGi '-.L' . l.: "'J' .u---;- I'.'
L.Uftr iniloi t.t conrt to!pnrntP In said
ew.in. 1 . : ; i I
Wiid.lTbat Col Thomas J Boyd, James
homas J;. Mor-J
McKt-e, Maae J.
L. Crockett; Allen T.
ge Kiocanon; Richard ,T.
Mithtwsf iJariifrs JI. Pioer. and Col. John A.
f i plnye Relegates on 'Ihe part of
jVirtHi cldill ld said convention: : ff . l,j i
ia$nVirgtntvnV-: published at
Mlta I Ffricastlel Democrat," an
i iim vi- iiiiia'ia i aaiiii mi iiiir i
e? trt pfieJl be? pnbhshed
-su !: t; d m a th cure nur.
(. Millar, Secretary.
np si cam
et Columbia at New Or-
3 dates from Galveston to the
I iristl jjlIoiJistdri and Galveston ate both
x rrSelyi i kly. The yellow fever was ra-
t rig at tJiesa places, and has can ied off a
ley. fa fget number of i espect able i n divid
J i i nijronrtaiity in proportion to tne
qlatrilaiivery considerable. -:'Twejn-
iatMj-'Iscicalrreid - at: Galveston' dofing tbe
ta the Columbia lav in port. f5 days. h
1 An m "-.
victimi to the enidcmic
'JtQberc!i;-jpla i o -ibbn Goodwin, editor I
f PIir!ftf ibe Galvestonian, a paper 1
9tWP P'"sued promote the
L iiirneeUnff. who oaing retired (or a
JL Wiirwillfod presenied the fi.llowiog
nmkiy f flloiiohs,- wbieti were adnpifd :
Wr&trt h considered! by Ibis meei ing that
imm 1$$ from the Kentoeky Jine up the
3? I&nc4'br VyyheTille, in Wythe
ti, 4 flfappn Court House to some iait.
'jlniillihyNatth Carolina line, would be
geyjuWic advantage; and whereas
i tlbllaKeii It brouffh a Convention re
jblifPP?011 Hoise, for an appli
&ip ihWjll Legislature of Virginia fur the
llji lllllr'M the constrnetion of a por-
$$0$jl4 (((n the Itentocky; 1M to
r.illcMM! House: and' whereas in the o-
fc M'ibV ; Vyjlliam H. Spillfr.T
RtnjJolMliw Crockett, Ephrai
rnHlrjlfa;iison,i Adam :
Wpd communicated much spir- I sident to borrow! $800,000 to meet the de
: trid; good feeme: lie died on the 5lhinst. ficit m tbe revenues. ' t li I "a
L?Tlrf l?ort-ef " was experienced off I
Ila5fnoof of treasury notes in eireula
IWaS Ubdtjit S3.000.000 The nubiie
KW)s.fJrat0d at 1. 000,000
m l,;tu?,on TelegfiphJ
f tuUewjng iintelligi-iic, w
jtEliSitiNG FROM TIIE WES'rV
ia geatieman who left the camp of the
1ditfpfes hiilrniles beyond the Neu-
'! r'er ajaiu t l he 2 6 1 b 1 nst a n ( w e lea 1 n
Wi r'. a-iVs r-.;i -. -.-!- ' .. - f t fmm -it-.
s, f rVUin' iievnnd the rivr' whirr fnr 1
ajiea has beetvcarried on: had a so
.'!? -a i . "i - - - - .-. -... -.-. -1
'n?d Olrics r..ir.Vlrirl
rWn'lirijfrfrtrl in tfiKiH nuniUr i
irvf c?fMN'ed Indians, belonging to a
ffi Jl0K:!nn the R
' 1 -r ?t a 1 J - - . w a mj f
KU328pf iftlteir; anil : tv hn nre trl in r
Wfg nd cnnsidrallly' skilled in ; j
W$Mvton Warfare. coid-
!,- . , - t"iii nisi, tjnrcrai pinion, iiwr a.iia&ij ucriusai m iutj udikvi $ , , - t
mmn bQaia wCre:fbrcedashoVe, ihe capital, ad khoge or tempicothere is f ? 'nne most satisfactory oaw.er,aod
l'llf ir18..1 "Ul nothing like Rebellion in any p-rt of 4lexl wi'n sop
v8?ef Mn4- vesr schooner Nauli- co, or any armed force in the field toi resist Uy ! of Saddles; Bridles, "Martingals Vhipptrs,
,e PAici int tetaifiri m t,u : i t 'n. i.i..- i -.r .t. i.rrmev ntav be tavorea in tne aoove line.; ui wnat-
li.-'i. - -, i . . .--- i inR . mil mirii w ui . r rngiupui nuiuinriiin t .nmnrrm nnn miixii w-inriipsx - - a.ua. i rnr.nL-Lria-
I pives.ftne coinmanaer.01 tne oieii-. """-1" PBl w,,ai "cyiweH v;a 1 r-'u r " jTC'V', will be spared. --The House is how undergoin
(adegts'liowU tbefield,.has concen- pjeased to tem caucus dictation that isa f Vf t' v a tborougbi repair-which wilt make it present
li4Wtllln;)iun-dre'd of his folliTwers,nd ' :.nomtnatirjn $y ,dete'gates:''seleVted;lfor thai llVh,cll,; &JVff of5 he1m !H?ble quite a different appearariceri Zl 1 i
VditW.i r .i" 7j I ' 1' 0 r ' Wnrnnw ;Wmi,k r..i;J.i. -ii lerms.F AH orders addressed to the Subscribers . - L ' " - J,D BOYD
i i5? -to. move the next dav lor the Rio Gran- ... pprpose ne vestern Uarnlintan - also 0 j kt, - - i. n 1 . - '- - , . . - r '"vooiu.
"'rTfrvrn -.'.-.i ,.,-W U it i ? at btaresville, N: C, shall receive punctual at- . NnVemher 1839 -4w8 - 1
(?... Lipiktrs Rois, who recruited a compa- .had trnueh 40 say, ; pending! the canvass -.'.' - . ; . . ;; f , . 1 " I it nofemoer t, tsw-8 t , K
.$tjMg in: that District, abouCcaucuses and caul j i;r ' JOSEPH W STOCKTON ' ' Th Soulb Carolinian; Aogta Seniinel, Ma
irs6mi4nd which Carolii ' ! W. H. MOWBRAY : vA . 0 '"Sn?!!; vvl?
bMllllfort nian in stating the tct that, the Whigs of ; St.tesville.N; C.Nov.8, 18S9-3m2ir S:V
mmmM of the dnvin, nf Vattl and Rowir, hati adeeting, and appointed deli t r" 1 m' :, Tsii ' -
tng (0 tbts, Cables had under Lis command
eighteen hundrd men -civilized, half civiU
ized and saVagej all pretf jr well armed, with
considerable Ammunition. There were,
hiwfcrr, no ifinnon. f ; j,
Our informal says the greatest entlitisU
a?in and hainrnj prevailed ibrouyhoiit thi
heterogeneous jandj and that a perfect cih
fidenre of aticcjesa 10 their deaper aleBaden-!
lure for the redaction of the lioleRw
Grande coujjtr to the 1 stlindardcFederal-i
ism, seemed "tof be. impressed upon the miiifdl
of every one. Tne first point 6( attack wis
to be the tillage of Mier w!i ere 'were soinfl
two hundred Centralist troops ; fbence down
to Matamr!ra Ally the fdi0erjBnt places
where were) siit'ionea orernoient troops
which adhered -to the Central cause,' would
probablr be laid under contribution,!; K tbef
do not receive a repolee in their Jira e
gagernent knj Succeed to putting to rouje:
the government troops, we roar expect soon
to hear of pjping times among the centralists
111 who pari cu; j aiexicu. v 1 'icacj ieurriis
now under Cahalesir are the same who but
a sbort time since were driven from the oth
er side of the Rio Grande by Canaliza, the
commandant of the central forces i in this
part of Mexicq, and took refuse in squads
on (bis side, opt 1 faimng ' been 'Sufficient!?
supplied wiih arms and ammunition to haz
ard a battle'; tljey therefore bate a fearful
account to settle with their oooonenls. And
now that thev lihave the ro-oneration of a
few American?; they believe themselves per-
lecuy invincible, and are likely to be sue-
ce&sful agaihsK great! odds. 7 ;
From the Veto Qrleaha Courier, JVrteinher 8
LATEST FROM MEXICO. !
Arrivals this! morning have brought ac
counts fiom 1 arnnico and Matamorasto the
last of Oct., and jmore than $ 150)000 in spe
cie. . : M-.-.',- ih.-A , r
The g'reatestltranq.iility, we are happy to
learn, prevailed throughout Mexico, and
there was every probability that trade gen
erally during Jtne season, which! has just
commenced j would be brisker than has beep
known of latej rears TbeTam'pico mar
ket was bare oft foreign goods 'and the de-
mand for them was expected to be good
theie, and at Mata moras. . The October fair
at Saltillo, Whf well attended, ! ! !
Half a million of dollars had been lately
shipped at Tqmpico for Tew Yoik
debted to a respectable merf
chant of tbid city for the loan of Tampicb
papers to tliej 27th ult., and those of the
capital to th; 20th of October. I t f
A con due a of specie arrived at Tampicb
on the 24tb iiitl from Guadalajara, Guana1.
juato, Sdn Luis Potosi, and Sanuara. - By it
were received 477,ioy oowars n r
On the 2( th of October, a condticta from
Zacatecas ar d San Louis .de Potosi, airived
at TantpicoJ bringing 735,499 dollars.
On the : Jajat of September, 260,000 do
lars were received at Vera Cruz from jbje
The French brig Fanny, fifty tbree days
out from Bofteaux, was cast awa
ra Cruz, in Ubt of the 3d o
way near ve-
- - It l I I -I A
con-lone of the sailqr were drownedt ;; j
The number! of criminals who received
sentence in pfie monih, in the capital of
Mpvi.n 1 f Anwn at np.ventv-nine. fifteen
" n T t l
of whom had been guiltv of homicide. '
1'h? visiti bf Admiral Baudin to Texas
has attracted (He attention and excited the
ire of the Mexicans. One of the papers of
the capital contains the .following viraono 11
other teflecticlna 1 on the sabicctiof iTexas :!( U
I. . i J U r - U 11 n.M.ni In llimlt 13
li is uuw imhc iui mo v
seriously ol What iney snouia oo. 11 irie
honor and the interest of the nation prohib-
it us trom sanctioning the amputation bf ont
' S ! i . - ... i I :
i . a .. v-i . .3
cufin the war i becomes a senous conse- I
quence,''ri.,cji : ;:-, - -
, uvieoo,,sivguera, anu ugasie, noiea lea
ders, had bee nj allowed to escape from prison
The (conducid of si I ver ; from Tu I a w a V
escorted bv lirpbps of horse to preserve it
as 1 1 a pproach ed Ta m pico.
The last inhilment ($200,000) of the
indemnity To jfance has been paid over to
the Frenclv Consul al Vera Cruz. f-Ui
The celebrated robber Reyes has been kii
ed in a duel in the vicinity of Tamazula.
A conspiracy was detected at Tampico a
bout the middle of October. and several
A battalion -of troops had, been ordered li
to leave Vera Cruz for Yucatan; .r; ; w :u I!
On the lilhflof October the j Mexican
Tt -1 f :
Congress passed a lav authorizing the Prj
To sum up,' as far as we can form an b
mines were fully worked, and confident
where grew stronger 10 the rWourcs
grew stronger in 1 ne resources
of the counlrj and the return of beuerj
J. were instrumental in bririU
t!vr? P !S!-r i! 1
Fisher for - Congress in ti e,
mg out " Mr
- M -I l m-'i 1 - 1
elates to the Rileigb Convention, piesumes
that said Convention to save me people r
- .-- v v ' : . I : ' id;
the trouble of, makinff a Governor.' - We
now make lliis referance for the purpose of
aaying, that, irtasmucb, as theyan
. - n i iff'
- - !
r lion nf its own in Januarv for the'sime oh
el nor, we shall expect the; Carolinian, with
I - "f it . . " . .-.-j-s 1 t -- - j ,,( -r o
Robberies opilthe highways seem frequent, :Trunks9 together with such other articles as are
and the piibfic treasury is nearly riemptyi eorumoily found .in establishments il-7b kind';
mul't;XZmlttnto, lall of Jyhieh shall be executed iti a superior: style
all those who supported Mr. Fisher j to op
the nominee of the Van Bureo Giiber-
natural Convention llllmmstonl Cirohi'
4 I l , - - . --.- Is ' . '.St 4?.-k--J- '
tit , s
1.1 Iredell roonty on Thursday 2Istl tnsr.,! by
Rev. J M. H. Adams. .Mr. RO0EIXT
KNOX of iLis county, to Miss CATHARINE
. - - - . . 1 :
OCCUPYING the House formerly occupied
by Leuily & Sba, beg 'leave respectfully
10; iniorm tne public ot this ana inn surrounding
viiuuiiesy mat iney nave jusi openpa
Root and Shoe Sliop
hold themselves in readiness to execute
mand, however large in the above lioe i; Gen-
ilemen and Ladies can be accommodated with
out fail, and in reasonable time. NeJioesshoes
made with despatch. Repairing done on
EC? Eiwhtor ten Boot and Shoe-Makers can
?get! employment by making earlv applicaUoo t to
..uDjk'uwniiuciB at uintuui j. w - a
November 29. 1 8393iw 1 aRtt? 1 1 1 g
I ICF- Tne public mast be a ware thai cash will
at all times command the best bargains, jti - f
I t "! ' ,'-MrL;Tl5
Stale oKJYortli CaroihM
1 Court of Pleas and Quarter
i r' 1 ; ; ' -"' " -
L j 1 JVbrcwier Sessions, 1339.
Vrd. HjHackett. J" ,ed'00 !!"f fcods.
f f T appearing to. the satisfaction of the? Court,
fl that the defendant Wm. H. HackeU. is not an
inhabitant of this State: It is ordered byJtbeCoort
ithat publication be made for six, weeks in the Car
Uinaj Watchman, for the said Wm. HI Hackett,
to appear at our next Court, to be held the
Couqiy 'of Wilkes, at the Court Houses in
Wilkeorongb, on the first noonday. faffer the
fourth monday of January next, and aisfr;or
or judgment will be entered against Ihioai and
Ihe Lands condemned to satisfy plain tuTs debt. -f!
, Witness; Wm. Mastin, Clerk our said Court
at Office, the 1st' monday after the 4th mpoday
brOqtober, 1839. ; --. -Jf 4ii "in-.-
1:-'. .h- , " WM. MASTIN. cw;c c.
j Nov.29. 1839 Printer's fee 5;,.-j.iv.lt' "
s - 1 -; -i -. ' i " . - s-ii i till : 1 :
State otJLorttv avQllna
I It STOKES COUNTY, ill i Hi - If "'
Court of Equity Fall Term, 1839.
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Polly Early, Executrix of a Earlyec'd.
l-'-i ' ' i vs'
Pleasant Kirby, Thomas Kirby and
N this case it appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court, that 1 homas Kirby, one of the De
lendants in mis case, does not reside wuntn the
jicoils lof this State j! it is therefore orferjj that
pablicition be made for six weeks in lie Caroli
ia Watchmao, printed at Salisbory-iH4t tin
.loss the Said 1 homas Kirby appear at
jCourt bfiEquity, to be holdeit for the
0 V I 01 J
Sioke, at the CourtfHouse in Germantor, on
i he second monday after the fourth tnonday in
IMarcli next, and plead, answer or demorrl the
.Bill will be taken pro confesso, and the case aet
dowu (tor hearing exparte as to him. I
I Wrlnaou C ffnoa CAoth nA litoetdp iF nnr
ourt, 2d monday after 4th monday jnj Sep-1
FRANCIS FRIES, d. ii, e.
Not. 29 6w 18 Printers fee $5
Stfite oC Siottft ftroUtefta
W I LK ES CO UN IT.
f Gideon Debord, ") !! !
. I vs. Petition for Divorce.
Polly Debord. i
r appearing tn the satisfaction of ile Court,
B . S 'j . T . n.. . I !:.-
itjL tnat jtne detendant folly UeDord.as not an
, ps not an
inbabi ant of this State : Urdered by !t
1 that, publication be made three monih in the
parol lha; Watchman, that the said Pull Debord
.. . . '
j appear! at the next Superior Court, to b hld for
i . : t '
ro,' Oniirte tn Monday aner tne 3 a monday ot
.1 1 ; , '. . .
" . A . mm i. . . i a a 1 - t
r ebriiart next, and answer lo said pemjont 01 U
;witl be heard. exparte, and judgment 11a warded
accordingly;. , . - J
Witness,, Jaras G wy n , Jr. ,. Clerk of bur sairf
Superior; Court at VV ilkesboro,' the lih imonday
of the pd monday of Angost. A D. 1839
I ZZ -'-ii: - - J.GWYNN, Jr. dslc.
l.vNo jS9 1339-313 Printer's fe $10
"OST respecifiilly adopt
. this method ,f informing
thtir friends and tbej public.
that , having in their employ
First rate Arorthern Work
' men in the j ;
.rness Making Business,
;t hey are prepared to meet any orders with which
fe -AflLl fiS
the advlantagesof which will enable thirm M gixe
'VTh4t to.kee.pon han . r and.
s w,- Jj-.-. '
l.!,,flllli AlflfIi:XIIIIIlill III ,11:111111
I milE Stockholders in the Salisbury Mauofae-
f , " taring Company are hereby, nottfied.:tbat
instalment of Twenty DoUars reii share will
be payable to the undersigned on ' the s 2Qih day
of .December next.' By order of the Drrec tors
of ike Company.
Mat: IMHORAH. Tr. S
Salisbury; 2Sth Not., 1839 3 w 13
a .- m I. I . . . . m t. . . .
-For. the apprelunston and delivery t of;
vri&TLi&.ii iiojl hizo oris
TnVTHO broke Jail, and made Jbeii?ca pe on
.V Ya the; niht of l be 23rd mst in Wadestxir
ough, Ansoo Couoty, North Carolina; GOENS
is aboat 45 VearVoT age. five feet 10 ;bir li inch
es highi spare built, rather thin visage, nose ra
sher long and turned. down, so as to cover bis op.
pci. uy uiuo cjres, ujiiipi.exiuu usik uars nair,
beard, large ; weight 145 or 50 .puandsiebin
largo and prominent, bad on wben he left atlue
frock coat, blue pantaloons and white bail--,4' liP.
HOLD ROOKS I ia a roong t manv 2 1 ; or .22
years old ; light' hair, complexion fair, bat Utile
otraui, otuo eyes, race ronoa, nair in irooi erect,
5 feet 9 or 10 inches hibstoul built, dose; ra
tber pointed (sbort.)had on a dress coat Kentucky
jeanr velvet collar black hat ; weighs 6oui 160
The ; above described Goens and ; Hotbrooks
were imprisoned under the charge of negro steal
ing; :r-A 'iv w I i-':X --U i b i ! 4 V
I Will tfTllTa iYia sKnvo 1?aa7trJ ff llriftlr ilo
livery to me in Wadesbiirough.ior $100 for their
conuneraeni in any jait n toe UQtiea oiaies, so
that 1 can get them. : .:'?l-.'M'4i
1 f : - :t:r' ; YOUNG H. ALLEN-
f r " Sheriff of Aoon County
Wadesboro Anson Co.! I ? .Ito
N: C- Not. 37, 1839. f 11 10
TY virtue of an erdetof the Court of Equity,
JLF lately held for thef County of Wilkes. I I
strill oner tor. sale, on the 1st pay. of January
next, on toe premises, several valuable t
in Wilkes County, N. C The several Tracts
lay all adjoining- and joining the Fort Defiance
Tract, the residence of ihe late Geni Wra.! Le
noir, Dec Containing by estimation, upwards
1000 -MU m
laying on both sides of the Yadkin ; River i a
large portion of which first rate bottom, and
will make one or two i t . I - ? i .il
These lands are situated in one of the most
healthy, fertile, and respectable neighborhoods
in the Wesern part of the State jj j and vf ell
worthy the notice of any person desirous of ma
binrr a narm9nnl aotllctncnl in tttia 'IW-
lands are extensively productive in all the trains.
and it is. believed, would be first rate fur robac
co, and the grasses. ,'.4: ;.V';. s vtiil"
.Twelve months credit will be given, the nur
chaser giving bond with approved security. Per
sons desirous to purchase, would do well to ex
amine the lands before the day of saleil Imuae
diaietposession will be given..-
Reference mayJ he had to , Col. , Thomas Le.
noir, or Uen. iL.dmund Jones, .whose: lands lav
adjoining tne above named lands. :' hi ii 1; i
JAM ES C A L LO W A Y 6" m. E.i
Nov. 29, 1839 Printer's fee $6 5b I I !
rfflHERE will he exposed to pnblib sale nn
JL the 24ih of December iS39. at the late les.
dence of Henry Shiail, dee'd, the following
va luabie property, viz :
A LARGE Rd AD WAGON,
S' - :.! -fi J ! '.'
find six Valuable
12 of as fine MILCH
COWS, as ever wa?
milked and some CALVES, aod Provender of I
all kinds. V. t r M f
A large quantity of Com and some JVfieat,
and a quantity of Seed Cotton, ?
. ri' '- - J- . I I " -!' 4 i i-
A. ime ttirestunsr luacmne or
two, and Farming Utensils
of air kinds,! and House-
- - . j - - -: rW 1 ', f
! hold and Kitchen yz
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. Together with a greatj many other;; things; too
tedious to mention.
Terms made known oo tbe
day of sale.
ROBTI S. STEWART, Admr.
Nov. 29, 1839 3wl8, ri.;- i x
-:. IN' THE"-"
f I IHE' undersigned formerly of, fhe Charlotte
, X' Hotels North Carolina, takes, pleasuie in
announcing to his fiiend3 and the traveltinar com-
monuy, inai ne win open me noiei sepi ot tt.e
Ute Alaj;"Norris) on the5 i I ,' -', r -
' - . . 1 .2 - 111 . I. "l , .1 .i' t . 1
j porneVof 'King'and George-strecti,. ;;!
neoceand the undivided attention which hUill
gje flatters himself that, thte who ft vr
1:-. -..l ...- ;n k-
. I lliui niiii iucii imnuinvc. w ill 3 .. v... ? -...
nnHE business men of Iredell are respectful
-IL ly intormed that Mr. J. lA. .Hoggins ot
Statesville, has accepted of us an agency for the
8ale of Blanks.- He has now on hano andiwill
continue to Keep a supply of everv desetipnoo.
. . PENDLEION & BRUNER.J
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mmo t f v Sciirmt- j
RTHE following details of a Scheme or a
ilLi Lottcet, to be drawn in December next
jvarraniaos n declaring it to be UNPARAL
LELED in the history of Lotteries. Prizes to
me amouDi have kkver before ee offer
ed to the public. It l'triif". there ar man
blanks, but on the other hand,' the ex'trem-lt
low.cbargeof S0 per Ticket the Value aax
N umber of the C afita!. and the' revival of
the good old custom iif .waraotin? that everv
prizj shall be drawn and sold, will, we are sure,
give aniversaisafistaction, and especially- to the
3ifcHuirDRED ParxE Holders.'
. X o. those disposed md venture, we recom
mend earty application being made 10 us for tick
ew wbbb me rrizes are ail sold ,.U tanks only
remain.t he first buyers have the best chanced We
therefore, emph a tical Ij sa y--D R LAY NOT.'
wi(i ai once remii ana irans-mti 10 us v our or
ders, which shall always receive our Immediate
attention Letters to be addressed . and apptica-
tiuti to be made to""-r4'T''''I':?,' j-;".::":-'" i:-
-i. .-! c YLVESTER & Co. ;- -':. 1-'
Hiv - !. 1 5fi Broad wa v. Nl" York. I
ICT Observe the Number. 1 56.
S700,000 ! S500.000 !
1 : 525,000 ! ! ;
6 Prizes of S20,000 ! !
2;Pnzes bi-Si5,00tf ! !
a Prizes ot-S 10,000 I k
Grand Real Estate and Bank Stock
:' XiO T T 2 '3-1' - V:
I Gf Property situated w New JOrlean
tCPThe richest &ad roost magnificent Schenie
fyer presented to the public, in ibis or any oth
er country. , Z . ; ; . -:- ?l:Z : ; -
Tiomrrs oitly so bows.
I Authorized by an act; of the Legislative As
sembly of Florida, aod under the Direction of
theCommissioners, acting under the same.
jTolbe drawn at JACKSON VLLE Florida,
- i .. ; December 1st. 1839.- ,-. '''r-,r
j j. SCHMIDT 4 HAMILTON. Managers,
I J SYLVESTER & C6, 1 56 Broadway,
1 j . Z - - New York, Sole Agents.
tji I ' -- .(--
I- ;1 No Combination NuMBtns I ! p
I OOf 000 Tickets from No.U upwards in sncce-
sioq. j .' ' .', -N;r'.-.-...-'V.;.
I - The deeds of . the Property and the. Stock
transferred in trust tojhe Commissioners appoin-
tea oy tne said aci or tne legissatore ot t Jon
da.lfor the security of the Prize Holders.
j I Prize The Arcade 286 feet,
f , 5 inches 4 lines,.
3 on Magazine street; ,
j 101 feetj lj inches -r
I . . on Natchez street -!
J : . 126 feet, 6 inches,
, on Gravier siTeet ,
1 ',' : Rented at about$37-'.
I Q00 per, ann. Val-K
1 ued at -I ;. 700.000
1 Prize City Hotel 162 feet on
, Common street; ; Z , s.-
.146 feet,, 6 inches, ,;
l on Camp st. Ren
I ted at $25,000. I
. Valued at $500,000
i Prize Dwelling Jiouse(adjoin-
ing the Arcade) No !
16,24 feel, 7 inches
I fronton Natchez st.
J Renied at $1200
I Pnze! Ditto (Adjoining theAr
4 I . cadejNo 18. 23 ft.
' . fron on Natchez si.
,! ; Rented at 1200
j.- - ,- rValoed at
1 Prizer-DiUo-(Adjofning the Ar
cade; No 18, 23, ft
front oo Natchez st.
Rented at 1200
i. V oiucu a a ; .
k)jPrizet Ditto-No 23 north east
corner of Basin 4
40 ft front on Basin,
4 40 feel on Frank
lin street, by 127 ft
deep ;n Custom
house street- Ren
ted at $1500 Valued at 20.00
1 Prize No 245outh-west corner of Ba
sin & Custom honse st.
32 ft 7 inches on Frank
lin, 127 feet, It) J inches
deep in front of Custom
house sfreei Rented at
$1500 Valued at ,20,000
1 Prize Ditto No 839, 24 feet 8 inch
es on Roy 1 street, by 127
feel, 1 1 inches deep,
Rented at $1000 Val
ued at 15,000
l iPuze 2o0 shares Canal Bank Stock, -
$100 each, 25,000
I irnze-auu ditto Commercial ditto. IT
! $100 each, 20.000
I Prize 150 ditio Mechanics' & Tra-
- ders', $100 each, 15.000
liPrize 100 ditto City Bank, $100 each, 10 000
. li 1?.. a j. j-. 1 nwk
iirrize iuu ooaiito oo $itjiiacn, iu.uuw
l iPrize 100 do ditto do $100 each, 10,000
1 PriZd 50 ditto Exchange Bank, $100
liPrize 50 do dittfTdo. $100 each, 5,000
1 Prize 25 ditto Gas Light lJank, $100 !
li Prize 25 do ditto do, $100 each 2,500
li Prize 15 .ditto Mechanics' 4 Traders'
1 . . 100 each, 1.500
I 1 PnzI5 do Ditto do, $100 each, 1,500
20 Prizes each 10 shares of the Lonis-
i iana State Bank, $100 each,
j each Prizn $l,0tf(, 20,000
10 Prizes each 2 shares or$IOO each,
I earh Prize t?200, of the Gas
1 Light Bank. 20,000
200 Prizes each 1 share of $100, of the
1 Bankof Luuisiaj,a 20,000
200 Prizes each 1 share of $100, of the
New Orleans Bank, 20,000
ISOTrizes each I share of $100 of the
i Union Bauk of Florida, 15,000
600 PRIZES 61,500,000
j TICKETS $20 XO 8IIARES.
I The whole of the Tickets, wih their Nnm
bers, as also those containing the Priz-s, will be
'examined and aJed by the: Commissioners tp
pointed ondef the Act, previously to their bfei g
put inll "the wheels. Que wheel will contaiii
the whole of ihe Numbers, the other will con
tain SIX HUNDRED PRIZES, and the first
600 Numbers that shall be drown ootr w ill be
llt!ed lo'such P.ria8 '-may be draws tolts ncn
bef, and the' forinnaie holders of such Prizes
Will have such propny transferred immediately
after the drairtg,;nwiCM4ieref, and tcilhflul
any deduction ! L i L
June 7. 1839-tlD- J
A HIGHLY- LVPOn'RJJVT C V ;
,! " J lie rujsi.iu UY lm. m '
" V''" '1 "f " "f"-"' - oainaaa. ' '
2?icaks general and special 'Car:
- ; . I th'ubcs.
Z BEWARE - LEST YE STUMBLi:.
TOCT.WILLIAM EVANS, 1C0 CI
ham street avails himself 'tf ih? j rt rr :
casion to tender Ue irosi unMgnrd ckr r !
merits to the nomerous members Z t .c-ttv
flesh 18 heir to') have entrusted it r.-U,
his care. v He, ha? the satislactiun ct t :
from imaoy living evidences, tLat j r, .
havefdone their 'diy as 'far as lirswiii iT
compass of human T means. How SUfre-.s:
the aSicted is Dyspepsia or lodigestii-u, jH.i-'
iig all the sources of iheirer)jynifr.t, s .a I
ing In many instances to the mimies f r.
firmed Hypochondriasis J Long as it has I
the subject of iriqniry by medical auiln-r;. ii .
mama in rauelnscurity Apoplexy, disft
the LtvtKtdn Vplen, Stomach. atJ !
lesucws, uiadtier and its appftidaf s, I)i : !
Dysenlary.'Cum Moltas AIIis,v rert. rti " i
M i iorwo AHections, Dr 1 1 v
has been singularly successful to the tr? a t:
of the above diseases, ay remedies drawn I r
nis own and the researches of -the most
medical men in the world. HehasaNorl .
experience and success ibiousbwut the
tamay of delicate disease?, the immir ifr
cies which are aogravated by tmd no . !
the constitution through the base conspirac ;
itiercuriai muraerers, unprincipled, unedu. r
and uopracticed, in any art save that ct aiu .
ting to lead -the credoluus victim on the 'ic ti :
ruin.;, Ut Ivans' office, 00 Chatham sum i,
supplied with the choicest remedies freni i :
and foreign markets, and compoimctd bv a i
tci s iiMiu un scieuuuc principles'', 'A j hys-.'r;
is always in atiendence, and a; rrivsie iZ
All tbie whocome there in the hour of m.j ;
WILL GO OFF RRJ01CI50. - "
l tC3 LI VElt COMPLY LYT, OF Tr
YEJUIS STJJYDIA'G.-rMT II ANN A i
BROWNE, wife or Joseph B
Sixth st. near Second st. Wf1lam.bufh, ti..
ted for the last ten years with Liver Con j b r
restored to health thrbagh the treainu nt cf I
Wat EVANS. Symptoms: Habitual const i;
'ion tt the bowels, total Joss of appeiiit, t u r
ciaiirg pair, of the epigastric regiun.pxcat ,
preasion of spirits, latigour and oihrr sjmf u n
extreme debility, distuibed steep, inordmaif
of the menses, paio in the rihi aide, t;u!d t
lie on her left, side, wilhout an aggravaii(.:i
the pain, urine high coloured, with other -syr..;
toms indicating great derangemtni in t he i..
lioos of the liver. . -
I airs. Browne was attended by throe r f t!
first physicians,, but received but little nl
from ihsir medicine till Mr Browne pur..:
some of Di Wm Evans invaluable preparati
which efftcioally relieved her of the abevf Z,
tresstng symptoms, with others, which it is i
essential to intimated "
J i w i -Z JOSEPH BROWNE.
City and County of New York, ss.
Joseph lirowne, illiamsburoh, f.pprr ij.lJr '
being duly sworn, did depose and ; say that
facts as set forth irr the within! state rnrnt, i
which he has Subscribed hi? name, are just ;
true. JOSEPH BUOWNi:.
' - Husband of the said Hannah Browt.
Sworn, before me, this 4th day of January, It
r rriicH riiLiiri , Lom,ol Ueecs.
CFrtofter receni m unrivalled ti;
tue of Dr IVm Evav? mUedicines DYSPK I -
5f. TEJV YEARS' JSTJUWIAG.-iu '
McKenzie, 176 Stan ion street was afflicted wit:,
the above complaiol for ten yearsi, which inca
pacitated him at intervals, tor ihe period vf ii
years, in attending to his business, rfkten d ;
perfect health under the salutary trcainuut
ut wm u;vans. - ,".....; , - -
The Symptoms icere. A spose of ditfr.c
and oppression after eating, distressirg pain" i
the pit ot the stomach", nausea, impaired ap f in
giddiness, palpitation of the htart, great kU;:
and emaciation, depression of spirits, d'siurl'.
rest, sometimes a bilious: vomiting, and pain i
the right side, an l eitreme 'degree v( lan-c
and laiotnesi; any endeavour to pursue his t
iness causing immediate eihausuou and niari
ness. v-; ';ZtZ Z-.Z- 'Z;Z.'--Z'
JSJr McKenzie 'is 'daily attending tohij Lv Z
ness, and none of the above syniptctus have r
cdrred since he used the medicine, lie is n
a strong and healthy ma oVv He has restric d t
myriads of remedies, but they were alt in - -lual.-
He is willing to give any informaiiun t
the afflided respecting the inestimable I -r t
rendered to him by the; use of Dr Wm Evur !
medicine. - ZZ ZZ.ZZ'ZZ. Z zZ
A BealBIcssing to Mother
Dr. JVm Evans Celebrated sonthin::
Syrvp jbr ChildrenzCuttlng tluir 7
f glHIS infallible remedy has preserved t. -JL
dreds of Children, when tho:g'nt j nt r'
covery, from convuUions.yAs Socn as fie y
rup ts rubbed on the gums, the child will r (
er. This preparation is so inrincent, so
cuius, and so pleasant, that no child will r iV
io4let its gums be rubbed with it. . Whf n it ! ;
are at the age tf fur nufilhs, thouh thrrp r
appearance of teeth, one boiile rf the byt.
should be used on the gums, to ff en the ;
Parents shoold never,be: uilhojii; the S) h ) i
ihenarsery where there jueytong chihlm , !
if a child wakes in the night ith pain in t!
gums, the Syrup immediately gives r- ly
opening the jxnes and healing the gtiri!-; (Lm; -by
prev9ntiog Convulsions, Fevprs, -c.
Zh Proof positive of the Eptacy oj JZ
To the Agent of Dr Evans' Soothing- Syn.p :
Dear Sir The great bent-fit sflorded to rr:y si A
fering infani by your soothing Syrup, in a r:
of protracted and painful detiiit4iori, in'-st fir
vioce every feeling parent how esseniial an r
ly application of such an invaluable raedicir t :
to relieve infant : misery and torture My i
fant, while teething, experienced ench an r
sutTerings.tbat it was attacked with con'vu'isu
and my wife and family rsupptsed that diatL
would sooti release ihe babe Iroro a2ui?h.- ir-1
we procured a txitileof your syrwpi which aii ' ;
as applied lo i h gums, a wonderful charge .n:
produced, and after a lew : applications, the r h
displayed obvious relief, and by coniinuieg in r
use I am gla'd luit.form you, ihe child has t
pletely ,rrcovered and io recurrence of that l
ful complaint has'since occurred ; the tetth n
enanatirig easily ard the child enjoys pf ti i
health. I give yo my eheerfcl irroiii?n ; ,
make this acknowledgment public, and im:!
oladly giveaoy information on thtseircun m r
" ,B 3 Wm JOUN.ON.
Sold ly the foUoteins: Agents.
GEORGE W BROWN, Salisbury, IS C.
JOHN A. ING LIS, (Bookstore) Cl.eraw, S. C .
J. H ANDERSON. Camden, S. C.
B. JOHN HUGGINS, Colombia, S C.
W. Mi MASON 4 Co., Ralegh. N. C.
TAYLOR; HARRIS & Co., Charlotte, . C
1RANSCR1PT OFFICE. trJnttcn.G
P.SUMMEY &. Co. 5
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