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THE FLAG OF TUB UNITED STATES.
IU0 original Flag of tho United Slate ws composed of thirteen stars and thirteen tripe, and was adopted by a resolution of the Continental Cong rent 011 the Hih June, 1771. 0.1 the 13ih of January, 1791, nfier new State had been adniitied into the Uuion, the National Legislature ped an act, pro- 55000 DOLLARS! trniE GRAND HIGH CAPITAL rniZG.fi In I lie Grand Con-olidated Lottery of Mary Und, Drawn IX-ccmber 22, IH49, Sold by .Colvin & Co. 8 Capital Prizes aold in Drctnibcr. 'Ti atiange, 'tit passing strange." Lee nit of the patt year, to gloriovt in their retulln, hat tealrd the linivertal verdict ' thtir very tovrh it gold." From North to 8011th, and from the East to tlie Great Went, in eva'-y Stale, of great eonredera rv, lias Iho nam and fame uf the great Lottery Firm of COL.VIN & CO. Of tlaliimore. Maryland, become known by ihoir agora. COI.M V L'll'S lU' l' Iti, IS. II'. corner of Baltimore and Cnhtrt ttt. Mvw Rth.diko, !i.tijiork, Mu. ITTI10 most unparalleled I'rizj V'eudera in the world ! Guarantee all Print. OfTi-inl Drawing-, nf Daccubcr show FIIIT CAPITAL IIU7.KS SOLD IN DECMIUER "I die in all humility, oowine well that we are all alike befure the Thrtuin of (,ikJ ; and I rro iel, that my mortal rJinains be ennveyed to the grave without any omp or late. They are lo be moved to at. 4eorge Chapel, VVwdsoT, where I request 111 li a private and quiet a funeral a p. ille. ! ' I parlicu arty desire nt to be la 1.1 0111 in . late, ami the funeral lo lk place by day-; light ; n procnaaiori ; llieci tli 1 lo be carn.-d I by s.ilur tu the Clinpel. 1 " All tboae of. my menus ana relations, 10 : limited number, who with t aUond may so. My o-pHew, Piinee Ivlward nf S.xe Weimar, Lord Ilowa and Denbigh, the 1 1. in. ( Win. Ashley, Mr. Wood, Sir Andrew Bar-: raid, and .Sir I). Divife, with ny dresacr, ! and iltuae uf iity ladies who may with lu at-: nd. " I die in peace, and with to be earned to the tomb in pence, eu'l free from her vanities and pomp of tin word. I qil not lo ho tittt'cird nor embalm ed; and des.ie tu give a little trouble at possible. . . . . I, Nov. 1519. ADCI.AIDE U. I Appended to the above were thcte word : AN UNLUCKY CCN. A perannal friend, who is acquainted with all the circumstances, h" furniahed the Wood, tuck Tenth Legion with the following de tail respecting a gun. Several year ago Mr. Benjamin F. Miller who resides near tVsliiiia'oii, in Rappahar,. noi k cnuniy, hud a favorite negro boy, whom he fnq'ienily took with him to hie hunting ptrnrsiona. (In n-riain occasion, he louk tiding that the atripe and atara ahould nn j hi, &w oul 0 hool ne,r hit faiher'e day fixed bo increased to fifteen each, to com- house ; the boy followed him oa usual ; and port with the then number of Slate. O.t J tiihcr fuelling or not observing tho boy, ,h. 16:b of December, 1917, Mr. Nendo- h anJ kied ,0 vr?r. of the lluuae of Hpreentaiivee, Intro- . fj ail (ha .imA Itntt. duced a reo!utim to inquire into the expedi- j Nuvember la.t, a man by the name of. HHIIianl Siicroa. niMiiiiis capital ncv of altering the fl ig of the United Slate. ; Juhn.on, alao of ilmt county, hod baited aome Cm oJer nii Jo C(fc ,u ,uc. " 0 1 u, ; t .1 .... I,..,. n .1 I, ,, .1 fln.LI.a.l.il I . I it. f fkmifl 1 .. , n would m"u """ """-' - o Lopnai rrizs. ' ilia linil, ..r a Tallin ninp trnr netmt the iiIhcd I T: Aoanrv nf ll I.VIX A Co. lias hern etlab be eaenliul!y injured by an alteration on the kaj ,tjr art ivctl. Another eenileman, ' l'hed in lialiimorc iweniy five yeaia, aa en'a on :..;.U . ih.t whiph ld been adun- um...l ri...,!... K.. K.,t hv .nn.n mo.na. er Maw. Yale & M In'vro U. h. Orcgory pa mo p r i - ,7"'"t' , V I . Gregory X. Co-, and D. FiiineX Co., !Uju. - ..f t..l.n...nl. nnn -, Kiln . i n ted, ft tncreaiiiig 1110 airipe anu via a, r .:. ui - -- and stated the incongruiiy of the fl.g, then , '"'""J" " " ,rlj;,.., .... ,nu , . 1 . Ps pj nenr the tree under which Juhnson i general u not agreeing with tho la, and concejedi 8nd 0.trnctel by a noise a- f really varying with ench other. mng iha branche, catching a glimpae of The resolution wa rvlcrred to a ic'.ect Jitmnon a nean, win, nan on a mac ur cap, ..... i.:-i. ! . il, n,l. ne nreu, anu hip unnappy man icii, raciaim- Committee, w...w. - -r , . . . . lPtPVI,n me! and i.u.nedi. ' "'.LT. .7.- of January, 1818. .ccompamed by a bill .0 . - - j xww, . Iter theflig so a to teduce the alriprs to( 'r'he unlucky gun as purchaaed of Mr. j J. tlllOI the ordinal number of thirteen, to repre.enl Fklchrr by aqrnllcmaii named Curran, who ..Vewit!dlhen .ajicwand ,lliego!Jtn dream rea'ii d.' the number of Slates then Contending for and ' ' PI " Evo,y St.ie in il,.U, renr.-.m-. d in the lii or . , - , 1 ..j,jy. And a few wei k ago it a again the Capiti.lt told lat year at COLVIN .V. C'O'S. happily achieving their inu.-penuence, ana to , . f d ,h , , ,,, bt.illi;. Mr. i . .. I .1 . I ... - insert tne aiars in conr... - currin was liui.ling tuiKeys near me oweii- :t5nnr, U0lt,r. o!d ai:d tmt percrdir V reinia ber of States Ihflo in Ihe Union, anu tnercat-. ing 01 In orotnenn-ia. Mr. ueorgo ... 2.'..C()0 ler to add one a'ar tolhe fl.g whenever a new . t'fK nu coming to me i.uck nru.i.cs u .. , , j u ! ornniiij wl.u h were erapt.'a, and seeing some. I " S'.l. .1 W fully admittod, which was a-, u ,n'be, Iuikf wi:h. I 4.)0 d ipted. " oul inking a clonn observation, he fired, and i sono On the CO.b of St'pTeniber folljaing, being , lunrilile to trll ! I lie iiiif.niiiiiain olji:et pro. . ij.ooo - . i i .i .. i . r i ...... I i the fourth anniversary of the bailie ol Hie uo p". ... , , i . r' iitno year. Slie livt-d until lue next day brig Gen. Armstrong at l-.)al, by oidcr of; tha Secretary of the Navy, the new fl tg waa di.pl.jed for the Hr.l time at the Navj Yard,; rr.EDEa I IN ATIO.N. .....I - ...J.nhna.ilih. national ahina " U . vnu n-lievc in pienoMinr.uou saiu a."-"-.., - - i ,. - . , . ... .,.,..., 1 . ,!.. ' , of war io Buaton harbor, and was saluted by , hj ed , be lfavt.ling with J etch vetl. Similar honor was pain on it hini. being hoi.tcd at all the stations Acif Of- " Of course I d-." leant DJiit. ' ! "Ami you a!d believe Hut hat is to ue j,n.in. will In T-' , Jan It. THE L VTE DOWAGER QUEEN ADELAIDE , " Certainly." it 'i ! Jan IS. Jjn l. Jnn.l 7 Jn H. Jan.ia. i ui Sn don't be alaiined, fur if the bileis ami lo janoV buil thi-y won t. ' Jun 2.1. Here iho Divine began putting on hi hat, Jin 2 1. an. I l.i..b..il i ,rv murli IiLm i.arliiiiir out. w h.ch Jn 2a. - o the Captain feeing, he iibservetl : " I thought you .aid you lielieved in pre-(Ic-ilM-ati'in, and that what ia to be will bet" " S't I do, but I prefer beinj " little near er the atern hen it Ink.'a plnce I" Final Notice. . Ti e Sabtctiheraon ilia lit of November lat,dla poeed of their entire Slock of Merchand H to Alca. ,t- Siia t tc Allnon, who will continue kuaincaa at the a .me plrr- Jl it our i-h In cli.ie our ouUlandin; butineat at aoon as practicable, and would earree'ly auk all per. xona iiii.'e';tcd lo come forward Kilhuut delay and hi ike payment;, t inrlulence may not bje axcteil. Then ate i many Accnunta and Notat due VV-W- Kimt imlivi ua'ly. which remain unpaid, aome of long ataiiding- It it linpcd lliat llrwe in arreara lo eitlirr uf II inn ci-iici r. t, will make r.mipt atl llenien'e, a I lie buoneaa must tie close J- A- II- Sltr in .11 i. I aya tie fuiind at the Siora of Strait tc All. ton, ulio ia duly authorized to 11 aki actlleincuU- W. W- ELMS ti. CO Dercmbir SI, 1M3- 4w jjXotice. f3 Y an Act of t! c lavl Sen on of our I eMatnrf, 6 t lie Si) ; .Bi iiilri:,!., n ts ofUiinmon SiihooN in ilia -everal Counties am required "In meet en the first Timr'diy in January, tni apr-i.iut T.'.rce Commit lee men in a: d f r iacti l huol D.s-lrict in llicir onunly," wlne i i e rliull ccti'Mi'ie f r twelve montliF, r until vU.eit are appninied. Ino:3'lo make app.iinlu.cuta tliut will te nitifnctnry ai d ad. van'a;(uii" tu li e i!,-triot. 1 ; u !..nrd nf S u p r n' : i jnta for McckenLuig aid Inlou at tin tr !ht u.it. ing rt!e'ed a r.q icai lu be published in tbe t'lmr tooe pirr9, iln-t acli district in lliuae eii'iuiie. fur-vardtollieCh-iltR.au, by the i!ay of ap inln ei t,a rnc'iiiiirendaiii n erf three aui'.ablc pemunk tu fill the cliica ot'Ctinnuttee iih p. JOHN A. YCL'NG n,aitn nn. Dreenibor 1, lri'J. t I J. Oranges, Figs and Lc I moiis, JUST rec. ived and fur sale by the .obaeriber lie al-o h it on hand aod for aale, Caadiea. Pre- 1 eervea, Pick leu, &.C. i T.J. IIOLTON. Land and Negro i FOR S.1LE. SWII.Le-Do-etnrublieSalaattheCoort lln-ite in the town of Charlotte, on Tucaday.the Si9ib iuUnt, (birg Tueaday of Court,) a Tract of Land, containing 160 acrea, known aa the Darnall Place, on the wateraof 8ifr Creek, adjoining the landa of Surannah Smart!, Nathan Oir. John Williamarn and otliere. The aWve land ii told at the riak of ihe fermer purchaser. ALSO A Likely Negro Boy, aU.-Lt I I yeaia of ai-e. I YCUS WILI.IAMFON, F.feulur of Col. Angu$lui Alexander. Jon II, I Bill. 9'f TUB WAY THEY DO IT. Tho milk at a very faehioaeble kouaa in ihe upper part of New York, which was us ually ?try good, waa found lo be eery poor one morniog last week, looking blue, an I having a waterisb east. Next morning th milkman was arraigned and asked what wai the matter T Hia reply lo the servant waa : ' I beg your pardon, I made a mistake. hi I ied you out of the Bomrding llovte and Boarding School tan. I will be mora cart ful in future, h shall never be dona again." Ohio. A'abama. I.otiiaiiini. l'ennaj !'. N Caruliui. Tet.nca ce. Indiana. gy3 Notice. Jrn IIOSK inil.b id to the Subscriber by Nule or Ac L cuunt, y ill olt Fr ci I and Fiiltlc by the fi'st day ol January, ltii), us Iwi.-li In ciuac riy o'd I'nokn. JUI1N A. YOl'NO. Lccibcr 1, It 19. t 1 J. Altai lit r for Prosecuting Clalutsat tlie ily of Wnaliiiigtoii. Whigs and Democrats! KB AD THIS. f 4 4 Cexf Toil IGfl ffltlir-S.bscribrrundertukrflbecolle.-liori.a.ltle. a. lll H3 1 vri J till a X VJ'-vr H uitnl and ai'iusliiieni of all mmner ofciaiuia, Da'e. Jan. I. Jan. 2. J in. 3. an. 4. an. 5. Jan. 7. 1 Jan 8. Jan. 9. The la.t .tea.n.hin from Ku one brought 01 8UJ 01 " - l W . 7 - news nf the death of the widow of the late , , .. , . .,, l,.,, .l.,,! King William IV, Queen A'leLnde. Aftei jn f,jietn en.ecutie minute, if (here be any makinj; her will, the aigncd the folluwiug virtua in pii e knot and loaded fely valves. I e . i i i i r - .r i..i.. ... memorandum Trice ufa Cap.Pr:i-s. N Palli.ta. Tick Park iirn $ ;u,l)l 0 75 Not. 1 2 drawn t.Kl 000 "H No. 13 drawn fill fL'j find ! Noi. 13 drawn Hi flSfmO 7.i Nob. 1 1 draan Si f IliOOO 75 Nus lidrav n $IU t.'GIJOO IA No. 15 drawn 1 f2 (IIKI li Not. 13 drawn f i $15,000 75 Nut.. II drawn til) ! 500 7S Nut. I i drawn $5 fi.'i.CDI) 75 No. It dra-vn ti t;0,000 71 No. U drawn tlS $!5,0I0 f.ti Nua. 1 j Ira a ii tM.OI'O 75 Not. i dian S'. f I.) ( 00 71 Not. I6dran $10 3o' 10 000 72 Nut. 13 dri-a n $" 8:H(W0 7'jNus. Ddraon t $J7.".00 7.) Nut. i drawn $11) t.'j 000 74 Nua. l.t drawn $ f.M.'tf'O 75 Not. l-'idrawn ti $13 000 75 Not. 13 drawn $1!) $ O.OiiO 7rl Not. 11 dra.n tlO.OttO 6- No. 13 drawn fl $:i0 000 7s Nut. 13 drawn f it) $27,500 75 Nob. II drawn $ $110 1$ .N,a 13 drawn $5 $ '2 0(10 7 Nut. 11 drawn $!" $JO,000 75 Not. 15 drawn ti o:: oisdfjc Bc'frr than a California Adventure ! Letteit alwtyt come tafe by mail. Manager.' ti;Vnia! lrdii with statement of retull, tent uuuer cluac envelope lo all who oidur lirke'a" All c.onin:unics!ioni strir:!y eor.fi-len'ul. I' eanc auurvat, COI.VI aV CO., Baltimore, .IJ. Jan Jan MH. ' Jau.2'. : Jan 30. Jju31. tcrountrt or demamit jriinft the novernmeut of the I'nitcd Slatea. or ai.y r oreiirn State or country : be- $17 50 fine Coi:niiiion.:r, before (Vnstcsa, cr before any $32,50 of I lie public D.-pii'mciitB at Washington. $i7,.'0 The procuring f patentt, Army and Navy Ten tIG 25 j tions, Ibe rtnlleetion ol'accnunH agains-t the Uovcrn $'2.50 1 menl, all Lund t luiinf, and every demand or utlicr S.'.iOO btiMnena of w halcter kind requiring the prom;il and $1750 efliccitnl f-civice8 of an Attorney or Agent. $32 50 j A rcfirl'-nre of fourteen yearn at Ih? Seat of the t.7 .O Tcrieral Jov rumen', with thorough and familiar $13 00 I arfjuaiiilance with the variuua syslemt and routine $ -7.G0 of butini'ttat Ihe diflcrt nt tiffiec, at well at in Con $23 0') ! g-ew added to his free access lo Ilia ablest legal S 7,50 J m!v:-cr, if netdi d j I'tifiet tlie i,nckrsij;ned in pledg t'J l.lO ', wg Ihe fullest falil'action and Ibe utmost dispatih Slfi 00 lo -hoe wliu may turn si thtir businets lo hit rare. $.7,50 I Herg will known In the greater part of the i iiz. lis $ .2 .jO j of tint (ihvrict, and lo many g-entlemen who have $.'7,00 been mcmbi-rs ofConjrrat in 'lie lat.1 te!vj years, $: 7 10 it it dieuied m b s.i to extend lire notice by flier ial $32.50 referrnee. Cotninuoicatioiis must be picpaid iu all $ 7.SU casta. $: I Oil Charpctor frrt will be legulalr-il by the nature ini $10 Oil extent of the bu.-incai, but moderaie in all f. $27.50 Addrest, II. C. M'ALDINti. 617 50 I Wellington, I. C. Nov. 30, 1813. 5-tr. I'0 ITI.JT1Q MADE. Prices the same as others ! ! fSMlK unilrmjnad liavinr; purchaard bitold Bland j It (he Charlotte HUl which he kepi for : fiveral years) put it in perfect order with entire new I it prepared In accommodate hia old frienda (new r 11 a ,Ih) and those who called on him while keep in; tie. AMI i Ti all audi he fr. j grntrful, which feeling will be iiicreated, piovidcd they when Ihey visit CIMKI.OTTK, on butineaa or plea 1 cure or pass through our flounahing milage. 1 J. D. IIOYD. Jprt'inry 4. 1 J'O tf. fl valuaTjle land IS-r-cjaEOL as CHARLOTTE, .1. C. rWHIE above eatabliahment, tituated on Main JL Street, third lot North of the Public Square, in the town of Charlotte, hat been conatant'y kepi open by the present Proprietor, from the 1st of January, I 40 to the prci-cnt lime, for the ecoom. inexlatioo of ihe Pub ie, and will continue to bo kept open for the aan c purpoae. The Ctabli.li.nenl haa been enlarged and im. proved lo a very coi aiderable ealent within thn taat Iww year lb anlira builiiintl ia in. owr.iiU.la . repair and is to constructed thai all the ro-ima have abundant light and can be ventilated al pica, ture. The Stables are not in'erior to any beloeeinrr to any aimilar Enlablnhnit nt in Wtatern Nor h. Carolina; and care will be taken that t! ey tli.ill always be supplied with abundance of good grain and provi-rdjr and attended by faithful and expe rienced llo'tkrt. The Subscriber will ate every erertinn to give aatinfaction to all who may patronize hia IJuute, and hesitate not to ,ay that, Ireun ten yeart' ex perience be will le able to keep up the r.ccommo dation at the Carolina Inn, in a atyle nolturpai-s. cd by any Public lloute in the intrrier country and he taken thit opportunity to return hia cor. dial reipectn In a geuerout Public far past favora and retpectfully rolicita a continuance of their patronage and confidence. L'UOVEK.S can, at all timet, be tupplied with convenient and well enclosed luta, free of charge, and furniahed with train at low price. IOThe Charlotte and Camden Stages arrive and depart tri weekly. JENNINGS 0. KERR. Oct. 18, INf). 5 1 if Charlotte Male Academy. $ i2.50 $.700 Marri.d. in tl.it town, nn TuetJav evening lit!, I.T llio Kev Mr . F eming, Mr. JOIt'V MAUIYlo; Mia CAIIll;lt- T.iYLOU, all l thia placa. j Examination, j JTIIK W ui'n- Keaminaii in of the Stiideuta of Da. "' C-I.ge,wi! be commenced on Ibe IJ.Il s jt ia now abtjlut. lv nnf-estarv for the vubtcri ol rebruary and continued tu thu S2J. : bi:r lo collect ihe d. bit due to him, he rarneat. T.ie l.i-crary Contcal betwe.n the two Swieliet . ..,. ... ... inrfl.i.,,j lni,i,n ,.v.il them. ef the Colleife aid b performed on the night of , ,,, ,unj, ,- j ,hf ,, aue ; ot ice. Thurad y. I' 3 1 -t of lebruary. January - . I".n. 83" Notice. ; by tbeiti, between Una and Ihe entuing January Court, lie wou.d re gret having to retort lo com pultory meant, which w ill metl potilitely be dune, I with delaulteti alter thai dale. I B. O ATES. ! Jiauary 4, I8.'0. tJj I Notice. T r. IIP .... A .. - w.a-A f'juiunitai. n.ir In Pr , attlK. "littall dlO in H?rwiin an u.s .tw, , ri;,tio..a ol Si,Kk in ihe No. th Carolina Kail . LL nertont are forewarned trading for a Note aSTaX ol hand civen In BidrJctl V King, fir Sevi n uii-irea ana iwcinv-rive i.oiiar, unicn i.ic u.s. full of gra itU lu fur a'l the kinJiies lh.lt a ;,d Cmnpanv, have nrened IJ.K;k for that purpwe. ! ever shown to me, and in full reliance on the at tlie iffi a uf Jtnrt W. D.borne, I'tq , w here per. ; (,(, great wurk,cau liavclhe oppirtu:iity of aulaoril i:. PAVID PAP.KS. mercy ol our saviour jetus liiiii, ituo . . r i u ' OI 'cwurr, i-- ',n .i whnte hand I commii my soul." U-r withes, it aiiiieart, were s'riclly cum i plind with, and her funeral conducted in the j simplest manner. WHAT CONGRESS W ILL AND WILL NOT DO. The Ne Yoik Etprcss thu upeok of, hu Congrev will sod will nut do: j " Fir!. There are lliouenndt who believe thai Concrcas posetses the conalilutii.nnl power lo il-i sn, (ahuliali slavery in Ilia Ui 1 trie! of Columbia,) but who, rcginiing it a on net of bid I'aiih, according tu Ihe terms ol; U nn m, will nut ecl the exercise nf the pow-; er thus b-liveJ to be dear an J uii leauona- ble. ! Secfin.lly. Tiisre aro miny who bclievo thai tho enictmmt of llio " Wilumt provis i" now would be f no practical uo whulcver, cau-. January Iti, ISiO, JOsl-PII II. WILSON, JtlllS A. YOUN. J MliS W'.KSIIDHNF, W U.I.IAM IV. KLMS, W. i DAVIDSON. lO.f 1350. A the proocrly for which taid Note was giv. en bat proved unsound, I am determined net to pay it unlets compelled lu do so by law. F.. F.LM3. rWembtr 17, 1:41. 4 Dissolution. j;n!!K Firm of Overman iV Trotlar was this day via, dto-olved by limoalton. The Accounts su.l It oKt are in the h indtof C. Overman, w ho ia author ssJ lo piakn tettionient. Notice. WJERSONS indebted to R. M- i R. C. Rohin-nn A are notified that (lie firm was diFsnlvnl on the lrt;h of September la.-l. Persona iotcriatcd ill Cumo foiwaid and tetlte by the In' of .I.m-mrv nevi. It. M. At. U.C. Kt'l !N.-ON. N.-.V. 23 1W9. tU January 1, Io0, t:. oVKIt M N. J, TKO I I Kit. I0lf ftdNotice. Camtlieia left my bed ami wila .Mary ri . 1 -aT . J I inasmuch a all the territory to wincn mo - ; f . ' mracu. r ,hi, date. And I pros no could now apply will lie Tree by toe fja.r,, , r.ont from natburing her, at the law act i.f the people themselves, resitling in such ,, De rigorously cnl'uree'd on all who may d.i to. territory. j Thirdly. Cngreas will pa?sa law for I ntii', 15, l?50. 3r Ihe admiaion nf the Slate of CaliUiiU, and ' If ; Y.-rkvill M,.e.l.ny will insert the above the people of Californi, w,l bo allowed I, account , ..mediately loth,. make a contiiutim fur thrnnrlvoe. end i( '. . that eonaliluliu., they will uriquestionably ; Jfoy TAILORING pitinigii in lurrni ui rnuu" hit. punishment of crime. Even if Cnroit were to refuse its .miction to ihe cons'itutmn already formed, and it ahould bo tent back to the penp'e, another would be aent to Con gra containing a claute of resolute resist ance In the institution of slavery. "Thi, then, in nur opinion, is to he Ihe up.hot of ihe whulo matter. The protests nf Nnihern men in rrgsrd to slavery in " the D.stnct of Columbia end iha " Umot pro- vi.o" will avail nothing, mid the protests of Southern men in irgnrd to California will avail as little. Right, justice, good faith " warda tho people who have gone to Citlifor nia from all sections of the Union demmd this ; and the recognition of such claims will at certainly come aa the occasion fur that recognition shall be presented." ARKANSAS MINES. The loot nconunts from Arkansas ttntes that tha whole Ozitk region of country a. bounds in valuable minerals. Lead ore is is so abundant and rioh that tha peoplo in many parts of iho country have oeat)d lo purchasa lead of iha merchants j .thoy go to Ihe ore tad rio tboir bullet fret of cost. nonce S h'rehy given to the North Carolina Stoek'io'd era of Ihe Clurlotie and Smth Carolina Kail Kond Cemipany, lhat the 5:h and tilh inianKr.l. five J ,1 ,U.. .1 . f ,K. .I. .L ..c tl. IV. n bosrd. on the 6,1, .n.Unl. . ho, any known j ' ' V - J .".Ur.nd Tint uoiicc it 1 1 iorewarn any one Irom ere f . , . . .. . ... ... , . , , A i m Januarv neae, alio tnnitn a "I'c.i .i.auc i .11 .t i.n. nn .cnoiit. aa I tin .Ii terouned lu uaV , . . -r .... 11 defaulting atoc!holder, lo pay up Iheir arrears, as the Company it largely in (tew to contractors. Ily order f lie II isrd, JOHN A. lllADLF.V,Trearer Vr. II. 1-411 ll-'I . g3"Notice 5S hen by given Vi Iikk-c Stocklin'dort of the Char lottc and SoU'li Carolina Kail Koad, who are in arrcait, that longer indulgence eamiol be given. Suita will be inntitu'.id linst all no in arrears on the 15th of December. john a. rnr:.EY, 'l'icasurer el the Hoard. Nov. S:j, IGiJ. 05 itctorii(oii ft i:rcscrvalioti ot tlio UTa-wiviaHlia? By M. UESK et SOT .f Vilglilia. W I7K V SOX, finding it altociher impnasi h'c to Bt'tnd pernr-nally to thn grenl number of daily application" fiotn nil seotir it' of llic I'nion.for their Ifciufiy lor liiiunefs, anu n.r u.eir ceicuraica IIAIll 'HM '. hive found it nccesary to appoint a Gcntial Tiae'Vii.g Agmt, to visit different cities and towns Ijroiiiihoul tb United States, vesting him wi'h nuthr.ri v lo op.x'int nub agents, use and vet d the II lir Tonic and to apply the RESTOR.V1 1VK, and 10 pit the 11 into the hands ol those he may ap point 1 1 epcratii wherever a sufiiiieat 1. limber of a. uents in miv town 1 r neig liber hood t'ia!l he obtained. Capt. l.l'JitHE CALVERT, of Fauquier county. Va , is aNinr ati'horiiad to art as (J-meral Trave lmifc' Agci t, with the po.veis above indicated. Capt. C. may be expected lo vifil, as speedily a practicable the principal cities ai.d towns of liic L' uion. N. 15. Cap1. Calvert will always have un hand a full tupi.lv of il IlUPe. TONIC (which cl -ain-es the head of douilruff, strengthens and invig-i-ales the hair, and prevent It, also, from falling e !!,) for the re "ion ofecunl V most runliguntit to his opera tiuis, "or it my aUays be cb'atntd, at wholesale, and fcii n aril d to any pari nf the Ui-ion, by address in ilic i;o;riit..r, M.WISE & SON, Uicbmi nd, 'ttTPriee f5 per din cash. Six bottles f--f $3 or one d. i!-r .-N'gle hi ttlc. ,rll.I. be sold at Ihe Court House in Char lolte. nn Ibe 3d Mondav of jjjjjjg-j February next, (about the A Jill ) II IIU. pnviuus.i uu- : poted of n I Tract of Land, : (he property of I'. Withers, dee'd., ail'jated on Ihe waters of Big Sug-ir Creek, 7J miles south-west of ; Charlotte, on both sides of Ihe Nation Ford Road, j ining ihe lai ue of Mrs. Smartt, l Springs, S. II. ; K;lioll and othe rt, contntninp above 500 acres, mart lv wot (lined, within hilf a mile of Hie tine of lite ' Kail Koad, Hid is of excellent quality and ranks a- ' moug the berl in the neighborhood, being well-adapted lo the production of Corn, Cotton, A,c. ITApphcatii n can be made to D. M. Lee, near 1 he premises, or to the subscriber at Ebeni asrville. York District, S.C. ! I J' The terms will be liberal and made known on ' the dey of sale J. D. W ITHERS. Ex'r. Dcceniher 14 1-19. Ids MTylLL le opened on the 2nd day of January next, under the auperiiitendance of Mr. John W. ! Hark I. no i on, a graduate of Columbia College, and for many years a pupil ofJ.W. Hudson', of Mount Z on Academy ,in winnsboro, s. L.., man wnom no one stands higher as a teacher in all the branch es of an English and Classical Edu ation. Mr Harrington has been teaching; several year and tustaina a high character aa a scholarjand discip'i narian. The Trustee, of Iha Mala Academy in thit place can but feel gratified, in view of staving secured the service of such a gentleman a Mr. Harrington, and tru?t that parent and guardians will do all in their piwrr lo tuotaiu good school at home. TERMS: First class, per Session of 5 month, 96 l0 Sec nd, ' " 10 00 Languages, 15 00 For fuel. " " ... 50 DAVID R.DUNI.AP, T.C. CALDWELL, I.EROY SPRINGS, J. D. BOYD. Charlotte Nov. 1649. 1 Truster. i f3 Notice. AIL i'eron in arrenrs for taxc, arc called on by X. this notice to discharge a public duty which they owe to their country, themselves rjnJ n o, by making imti e-diate payment. I-i;ieeially would I c lai i.i ihe allenlicn ot lioe person-, owing poll lax. T. N. ALEXANDLU, Si tV. December I, 1S41. 4-w. N. It. I iln.:t like to trmib'e a clever fellow for a poll ta, acdtliO man that pa. 8 without a d in is al w 8V. clever. N. A. GREAT KAHGAINS! rztt 4xz: s. -H ej: nr cld js c Sharon Academy, C miles So ii til of C'harlotis't 1. C. HE 31 aesrion of this M- school will (ommence on Monday, the 3d of Decem ber next. Tf RMS PEH SESSION CF 6 MONTHS. Oithngrsphy, Reading and Writing, $5 00 English Cramtrar, Geography, Arithmetic ai d Rhetoric, $!) 00 All higher English Drenches, $8 01) (ireek, Latin and French, $12 50 For any number of days less than a month 10 cents er day. 'I ho Academy is far. removed from tcenet of vice and dis-ij.ition, the location beauti'ul and healthy, and the moral character of the neigl borbood tucb n to recommend itself to all purents and guardiana. . Tho uneleisignrd would, therefore, re'pectful'y ask a liberal patronage from this, and adj lining vicini ties, ll i II o r purpose, having the use of a build ing suflicicntiy large to accommodate some 60 or .0 students, to make not only a good, but a permanent sclnol. mien's wiil be charged from the lime of entering, and no deduction made, except in cases of prntracti d il'ncs. LGood Iicarding ran be rb'ain. d 1 $6 per month , T. M KIRKPA I RICK, Principal. ' II. C. ALEX AN DEU, .4sisfunt. j November JO, If 13. 4tf I IJOOKaBIXDEUY THE PAPER 11 ILL. ! THMIE scbscriber respectfully infnrmsthe eommu. JL nity st large that he is csrrying cn the above I business in all its branches, and will thankfully re- ceive ail Jobs ir. that line, and execute iha same in any manner desired, cither in Calf, Sheep or Moroc co, whole or half bindinp, or in Embossed Muslin, with full (jilt backs. lie ia also enabled to furntrh 1 Court Dockets, or o'her Wank Hooks, a va'iety of w hi- h be always keeps on hand, such as Day Cooks, Idce rs. Memorandums, Copy, &c ,Vc j Alwavs on hand A large stock of Letter, Foe Is- : cap and 1'iinling PAPER. ID All ordors addressed to him at Lincolnton, will ' be promptly attended to. GEO. .VOSTELLER. Nov. Ill, lr?49. Jewelry ! Jewelry ! ! rBMIE Subscriber haa returned from the North, JL and is now receiving and opening a RICH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF lie has selected his stock with great care, and ha purchased a MORE EXTENSIVE ONE. than ha ever before been opened in thia place. A mong hi variety will be fuund Otnilrmtn and Laditi Gold and SUvrr L ter and Ltpine WV. iSSr aa a o Ha a msiksjjsl tjtoM Chains and Keys, Medallion, Fine Breast Pin, Ear Rings, H Finger King, " Bi ace lets, " Hair Pins, Ladies Scissors, Coral Necklace, " Thimbles, Spectacles, Itstols, Ranrs, Walking Canes, Penknives, Tea Tray, Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Perfumery; ftrj TEAS. DOCTOR YOURSELF! For 3.1 tents! Goods at reduced IT. ICES for CASH gr e2Z. ata&r. .Dl lit. B-QDe) A HE HOW rt'CClvlll lllt-ir SIO-k Ol XfXV Gooda, pt.rch.ted late in the Season in A n'- Yo.k. and Philadelphia, at greatly reduced rates. Having determined to do principally a rm massrciasj 'III' SlJIsCllII r.IvS mis JL tlaf cnlVred in.o a eo-p.rinerahip. for the Pr. . crrint ,,ieir Goods for -1V JvJ R KT at a reduction of twelve to fifteen per cent. of earrv.ng on in U.eTUWIM olUHaaLorra uia - .. 0,.i ,dit prieea. From their long experience in uunness, mey .u.i cun mi a ..... v... . 1 Y nnttvS Tailorixo UimsKBt in nil its Z.,:C ii ct.v adhe'red to, will in ih.Vnd, prov.'lo be of the greatest benefit and advantage both lo sell er and buyer, and they are now prepared lo give the matter a lair trial. I ney respcciiuiiy n.i.a '(' !n5 .11 rth' ra who wih In but Inr Cs.h and r" lb- C'"'1" amount nf Goods lor the least nionay, to call nd all rlliertwnn a. n u, Th.i,.im.l will I found to eons tl unnciua - They prom... that their worK an. . o. uon. ia.,.- ,h. "TZ. L.tTo.T.asb.onable atyles, comprising a great varie ty of ItlU . .uaM v. - . - fully, with d-tpslch and according to THE LATEST STYLE. They will receive Iho fathiona regularly from Ihe must reliable sources, and be prepared to suit the taat. of in. most fastidious. Hoping to deserve, they solicit . aha-.orth. public patronage. Call at Srno'. kw .uiidhio, upper corner. JAMES BRIAN. D. L. RE A. Char Mils Sept. 14th 1849: If-9 ly of Naw a LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S LADIES AN5 C3EXTLE3IEXVS together with every deacription of Goods neually found in a Villaje Store. Charlclls, Dccsniber It, ieJ4S. " MFANS OF THE POCKET ESCL'LAPI- I'S.or, Everv one hiaow n Phy sician ? twintv foi-th edi. tion, with upwards of a hun dred engravings, showing pri vate diseasca in every shape and form, and malformations of ihe generative svstem, PY WM. YOUNG, M. D. The lime has now arrived, .I.., nlTr.rinir from ao- crct diseaee, need no more r.eeome uio quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in thia book any one may cure himself, without hindrance lo business, or the knowledge of ihe most intimate friend, and with one tenth the uaual expense. In addition lo the general routine of private disease, it fully explains the cause of manhood' early decline, with observstions on msrrisge beside roaoy olher derangements which it would noi be proper toenu meraie in the public print. ITAny person Bending twkmtt rtva C;VTI -closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will b. aent (or one Ml". Address, - DR. W. YOUNG, No- 162 SPRUCE SL, PHILADELPHIA." Postpaid. U"DR. YOUNG can be consulted on any orths Dtacasea desciibed in hia different publications, at his Office, 152 SPRUCE street, every day btilwcea 9 and 3 o'clock, (Suoday cxTogUd X ANU A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS, PLATED W AKE. SOLID W AKE, SILVER PLATED CASTORS and CAN DLESTICKS, &c. etc. All of which he will dispose of on accommoda ting terms. CTOold iircli:iM'(l. THOMAS TROTTER. Charlotte, Oct. 5,1849 - - 49tf r.ipcr, Tjpo, Prcs, Ac. fit HE subscriber AGENT of JNO.T. WHITE, M. Tvpe Foundrr.andofR. HUE & CO. Prit ing l'rtti Mak'r$ prepared to tell every ar ticle in ihe Printing Lille at New York prices ami hat cuntiantly on hand a large atock of I'riiiling Irli tt'l-iale of all kinds Pri.ni i.so Officc-. lurnished complete on aamo teiuia aa in New Yolk. Also, Jui received and for ssle at iha Ute-$t pricrt 2500 reama of Cap, Letter, Commercial Folio Post PAPER, American, French, En glish Blue Laid. 3000 reams of PRINTING PAPER of all kinda and size. Also, Book Paper, medium and double medium. 500 ream of sssotledmedium glazed and plain, Envelope of best kinds, and W rapping Paper, a i jo. BLASK CARDS, Printers, India, Satin Surface Enamelled and col ored. Also, thick Cards for Rail Read Ticket. ALSO, Printing Inks ol all ki rials. The subscriber ia also Agent for Paper Mills and can supp'y PrinUng and Writing Paper of all kinda at lowest price. JOSEPH WALKER, 101 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. Nov. 9. -tf For Camden and all the interme diate landings n the river. STR HE new Steamer RO , igVBERT MARTIN.kuilt lataraaslV for lb BaVlntlOSl aaaaaaamaaw'-r-: . . " . ol We Sautee and VV .leree rivera. w oa cansisnanq d by Capt. W. M- Lubbock, will be ready to ra. ceive Freight on sr about the 8lh Inst., and will leave with despatch. Shipper el good may rs ly upon receiving them with as Utile delay as by any o'her conveyance, and at as equally a lew a rate of Freight. The Boat haa been so conetruct .A ihat with the aaai.t.ne. of her Lif titer, aha can run at almost any .lags of ths rivers. Hsr cabins have been handsomely fitted up for Ibe ac commodation of Passenger, and ne paint will bo pared le render auiiacuoo wan woe u.j nw ber with their patronage. t or I rcighl engagements, er raatag, appiy eo STARR & WALTER, Ageate. Beyee at. Go's wbarf Charleetea. P. F. V ILLEPIGUE aV SON, Agsnts, Camden, is-5 1843. , 9-ie '.My ? '