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ffibtigforo gmtriinim salisbury rowan county n c september 20 ih'jp vol x no 186 till thorough bred house je.b,oj<a\jt j ti.in nt ibe imported b^jlr-i il vi i er'i'il.i am wed " aÂ«uÂ».o%v n dsy , und in the lown ofctncerdi ctbarrua county on rhursdays i ci lav und snini-dayi and will i e let to mare at eight dollars ih se a â€žâ€ž, . ,(Â« dollar the leap i an i twelve dollars to inaure a foal h4 s i perrand sept in 1839 c 1 bowers i xi.l.isil rouse qffsords noble earl is known as in .,,,,, 1,1 mnn in private life ; an industrious official i elev er in the closet ; but cf ...,,. dv does not shine as an orator or out uf door stales man lord durham what mr i.ambion was that is lord durham i am spared lhe trunble ol describing his amiabilities bis talents would require a line or iwo could they be applied lo any useful pur pose the noble lord however is en idled to gratitude for on act nl his life ho lately snubbed aldi-rmtn wood and lhe tnsulfriable â€¢' cllv people 'â€¢ there la o tnan ailed lloud or wood or some such name who ha been giving himself lira and indulging in i.npcnincn irs res pect inp the prncecdinrs of this house and wcrt'lhut person worthy of notice i should call your lordship's attention to bis conduct ire â€” bravo 1 oh alder man how did thy wood feel at this t the best ol the joke is that th great ar istocrat in bis radical days has often spouted ond dined cheek-by jowl with tho aforesaid " llnndnr wood sir transit a recent visit to lhc mctnpnlis the " great mart ol living men md a talher sedulous attendance at puhlicplarcs en able tne to give lhe country under some informallbn which though interesting docs not inrtn one ef the tttsjllc of the newspaper pics thc king of hit majesty i shall noi further speak than lu lay th.iliii present the ford chancellor thc learred i md lolls on the wools u k wilh ordly case and performs all his minor func tions with due dignity 1 like bin bet ler in lhc house of peers than in the courl ol chancery where he in some what loo flippant in prison ho is about live fee nine ; complexion sallow nose prominent but not large i expression careworn and not particularly agreeable his talents air unquesllon d he speaks with great fluency snd correalness i ihh in nasal t ing is a drawback tu his ora tory i'he house is in deliberation an ui horil i live knnck.it the door is beard the i'epu.y usher uf the black hod ad v.uices lo he bar and exclaims my in is a message from the commons tbe question lhat lhe ominous be ad mill dis put and agreed i0 and the lord chancellor advsnees with ihe groal seal : thc commons entei with a bill with three low bows c i nl which il.e learn ed lord gracefully returns the bill is h indcd over i.s purport briefly mention ed . nd un honorable commoners retire as hey advanced with three low oncis ai.ccv and ibe l.nrd chancellor re urns ira his place wilh an air that a roman senaior might have envied i mention , lhis lo show il.all.onl l.v.ulhii.si is a a card a tob.b.kxce & cd mm p removed m lhe north comer ol the jj cnurt-houte tho btor attached to the v ui nm hotel ; v here th v re d'.tpoted lo sell goods very lov salisbury september ibia 1859 85 he enjoys tolerable health ; lakes ex case freely and looks well a report hus recently prevailed in the luiropnlis that his majesty's eyesight is ir danger of speedy extinction no such tiat need be entertained yet it is a fact but age has done its work with the king . w 11 i as with other men ttc \ q ' op m.n.f.lirr uotii n.u.1 i v iii (â€ž ,â€ž(,,â– i his majesty's sight is not so perfct as il was in hit prime nevertheless ie is the duke of gloucester â€” this staunch whif of linyal l'luod wilh the fan of george th third and the cos me of sixty years since enters the house of lords now and ihen and â€” wli â€¢ h tak-.s part in ibe debate â€” adds wisdom c the wisdom of ihe nation ? no such thing gentle reader his royal high nets comes to shake hand with his broth er iv bios and 10 cry Â« bear hear when lord holland makes a set speech lln man lnuks at he puke ol i'lour.e.ter and sullies he ii iv dj what is wrong but he culinol v iv tÂ»i d help ll f.arl of mtlmeiburh â€” a gvntlrmaulv ?.â– ?'!. v v 5lf i , wll".^''i<lnw>.01ir lyjul d 1 '! ii-i.l not aa hat ii he unci â€¢ makes . corresponding impression mun iovo common sense as lb y ' tvo gold because i i is a valuable article nd cjnnoi bu very | readily imiiuted-Â»-at least not ny block ____]â– â– a grey â€” a pcaverful oraior ; bul on his lordship has lived long h in see thc lollies of party and ia untt.ii'iii-.e.llui himself ha will , lake nrfiec though sorely ' i 10 do so i'he greatest service i m the noble karl is to pray that would mend his temper nmjv subscriber has the plonure ol snoun 1 cing o bit friends and cusunners and iii ,,-!!â€žâ– in general hail he la not receiving from bhiliidelnliit i 1 ne ifork ylz an bleqant assortment isbl c *'' goods 1 ' ivbttv r tad having b.r sell cte i with neat ere by nieiseh a.,,1 boughl for cash he p m lt perfectly oonftdent that for like patient nil euuil pinliii i cannot be undersold by my other iioiibc in ihe pltoe kepi n btoresl michael brou x salisbury july 6th 1839 3mt86 â– tats just received and opened at hit slor * h in salisbury a largcandhaudiume ataurt ment uf spring and summer goods ; an extraordinary man even in a ptmiral sense ol bis menial quallfications^hia manners â€” the goodness of bis bciiiwbe snnvily ol his temper â€” the world is tiff icutly informed in these respects lit is nift exceeded ; und josily dues ho le alto groceries hardware cutlery plated avare gg ") lints and halters trimmings truck sbfck i i in mines lloii.ieli.r-^jl flt3^*3in eieiy urticl usually f^4s uslied for i stores mis stock of goods has been purchased entire ly for ru./i ,- and he is determined to sell ihem as kiw ii can be had in the place for riwa or to punctual cuitomeiton ashortcredlt the pub lie are rebpec.lfully invited to call examine and judge for ihemselves salisbury june 3d 1b29 70 serve lhc euluity conveyed in ihe expres sion so olien applird to him the firu gentleman as well as the first mellaril in europe the duke of wellington i shall nit o tempt lo ascribe the contour of tie duke lhat maybe seen in all his no trails hill especially in thc carric^tiros ol bis person you !,_-â– Â« tne rrs bin pun in the jariey " tydl drives the sovercine ;" or in the fireman â€¢' w t is made foreman lo the bluish " mind wot i say ; i'm the mon slut ran du the trick ; there is no miniate about me â€” no mistake sure enough whether quiet ly issuing into si jumess l'ark from hi downing street residence wilh haul pry like umbrella tucked under his arljlj whether pacing lhe least ficquenteil walks of ihe fork or trolling homeward from the liouse of lords he conquer or of waterloo and " loiemi.n la lhe h.itish,"isthe same person the house has met there sits the duke of well tugton atthc right extremis ol lhe trea sury bench in blue frock white trowsers strapped under his boots wlite neckcloth ihin sallow dim looking face ptomiiien nose mouih falling in an extraordinary de gi'ee his small black round bul thrust for ward a la militairc upon his nose rover ing his well formed eye brows und kc n eyes .- his arms a-kimbo the maiquit ol londonderry is at the table disi us.uig lhe coal duty question making a lunuus charge upon " ll.e ci.y ol l.unon satire ing ihe rcdoubtoble common-council m;hi and left and the smiles of thc duke ol wellington show thai be enjoys thc fun and coils to his mind's eye other ftclos where the noble ma:qu.s's ardor led him to take more worthy lues by thc beard another debate comes on the young uod ne j â€¢"".-- â– â– â€¢ hie ut i.a.uuilai - iiaits^^m f l.ts lii'c j ..-..â€¢ nosilyn this noble earl b.is^h lately joined be ministry his u-ixut â– mild md gracious ; bis address winning h bis speech polished looking al '' m lo'd-hip one would say that man > h seldom angry and wduld neither i'tgiu h duel nor i onscnl to second one who n .'!.'â– â– light and vei be seconded the man wl m in :. petty psriy squabble shut the amia h hie sn alexander boswell i have heard^h thai he noble lord regrets lhis ir..nt â– >< ,,,.| i believe i and rujuirr ul it aa ;â€¢ p ii in lord llosslyn hasoflste^h vea.s shaken off much of his vvhigglsm m lie is now a link in the chain by wbu.hm lb i ike of wellington seeks to connect^h the " moderate nf the two greal parlies h lord eldon the venerable earl t.llh retains hi uppcnriinre and bis - h on ihe , be iv he my rale ' â– no wcalhei rock no i'.-ur of ihat-nndm will die his posl when lu i > i ' m speak even uu hilling inaitcis.^b lhe house rrs very marked uhi iitmnh and respocl whatever lhe newspaptrs may say lo bc cnn'i.irv or noi lord frilenborough.â€”tuu infant steles h m;m is nv ihing ' ul i child in sl.iturc.m his bu p p,.rli,.i.s grace lhc i ' â– ben long white irowsers hall drcssm , ,,;,, rowing ringlets bul vinegar aspect h the noble lord peaks glibly sometime sensibly bui seldom profoundly oh â– the d;,vs i chsthoni ! vvhen lord >â– icnbnrough w..s in opposition he had per â– severance enough lo iinimv lhe miuisie.'.m i an much mittaken t be does ,; h siill do the same 1 look at ihe i'rcmirrh and upon lhe president of the board <-'â– llnntrol â€” upon thil picture snd up u i.'m'.h the con.rast cannot be conveyed ,,,'(,â– words hut buwever perfect ihe noblcb lord's curls may be i do not believe ihch waggery of john hull that her ladysluph ran away bec.uae she would noi rcpusch on ll.e same pillow wilh a man who wo.eb hi hi r en papillole ! i lord holland \ was sally disappoint â– cd lu ibis nuile lord with the linca â– menu nl h.s greal em estnr and some oil hit talents he impresses s stranger with .,.., thing niihcr thou an idea ol 11 telle - lua | p ,;, i v . 1 he i nailer ol bis i'ar i â– , ,,,.,, ta,v nraiorj is solid olten pointed fiequenlly humorous and so limes ex , u j ; tl |) wi . bul ins manner lhal ma , j ii y i i ... i tcriscd as bluster bluster bluster lie runs from sguliursl to a sporalio in a twinkling splutters him s ll oui ol breath a tbe top of hi voice ; i lhl n suddenly rails duwn pauses wipes he perspi inn from his face snd he m a new sentence 'â– - aniic at thi same nainful conclusion 1 would much rsth er d lord holland's speeches than be i bun speak them lord londonderry \ well looking g,.â€žrrous hearted man i of ttnguino tern peiau.cn as a speaker h.is.y a :'-'â€¢' reel bin noble manly i md i obn hull like whatever is uppermost as the i ay tip is i il comes i and he makes no mean impression a warmhearted man always finds ibe way to lhe hearts ol others i would rsther i,c lord london deny than the most of those who con demn bim in ibe late proceeding re dative to ihe london bridge he complete l bcal lhc duke of wellington ond ab solute wisdom into the bargain and was probably proud of the exploit lor two ireaaons he bad right on his side ; snu light ut wrongi it â– > " festhet in a man i sviy\ft._uv;j vw.ce,s till races over tbe salisbury turf will com mence on thuisdsy 1 october next and continue three days hist hi two mile hoots free for any hnrse mure or gelding ; le cond day mile lieu free for tny thing excepl the winning burse ol tbe pr ceding day ; third day three best in live lire for any hnrse raised and owned in lhe county s im1 jones proprietor salisbury left b is ,. 6189 great bargains mil riib-er'ibi'r's iiueiukin i ciiib to remow i to ihe west it possible in the spruitf ol fen the following property for sale upon res tontbli i no namely i . . itfim u " cr '' 3 " f 1,av ' d ' ,) ' nk jks porks ibe yadkin nine miles iron Â«*Â£& salisbury adjoining kred'ck ford y zachariah hioatee and oihert on â– "* â– â– ** which an torn improvements â– and ts for licallh biippoted 10 be equal to any plan i inn in the ruunty ' also 26 or 30 acres land lying on crane v'reek three quarlera of a mile from town ad oininp john liim.il thomat hull and other in wlicb there arc ten or twelve acres mi tdow ground of first quality also a iiiimhe ol srwitani tin d ure lor sale it his store in salisbury in etching tor or in payment of the above property notes of hand on olvent person's or r.eirro property will he received fhose who w iah to buy would do well to sp y.oun edward cress salisbury aug it 13:9 < b n n the remaining sloe ' eo ids on fmnil in contord comprising a good assortment belonging to the subtoriber will be sold on on w terms i and paymehtt made easy to the pur chaser if lhe whole stock could be d ,| 1 tl p s there will also be sold a hol -!'. ond lot un main street formerly lhe propert ol ihc'or ll'illiam moire dee'd now the prop v il mr fdisobeu moore and occupied by b t ,, a new and complete s'ick gig and liar m-ss for all which good note ol hand or ne k ri property will be received in paj nun js'bucc j - Â£\> tueatlay of the superior t al court ,â€ž btatciville ii being sb^skb ii h sl'.s a lots and several unimproved iota in said own , and among , th r thai valuable stand fur business formerly occupied bv lane rain and btiert slm.nloa and now occupied bv ctwan ond alixandir lor a store it is pretnmed lnw inclined to pur choae will examine bc premi.ei il.e executor of robert simonton and lie executors of lames irwin by joining in ibe sale will make the lille unquestionably good tu purchasers a liberal credit will be given uf.org p l davidson exectrtors of ti1e0p1i1lus i'm i wj.simtn/mi iames campbell ) decerned ilex huggins ) executors ofjamei john ihwin j irwin decc.â€že,l i september 12(a 1829 4t_8 hat a short li.no since seven hund red ond hftv bals were killed in a sm o boute on hi simons slant the building is about fourteen feet tquarei and was i af.cr ill slaughter s'ill decorated by an i ny animals if the kind hanging unhurt i irom be walls and joist charlatan '.';â€¢ woffle industry â€” in 1 804 it wasc-.tim uted ih.it ih total consumption of colton by ihe manu r jcioites ol the united si net hut a little exceeded 1000 bales in 1813 i it wus estimated thai the factories on turned u0i bales un i il is now esum ale.l th we ni ipul â€¢â€¢ iiii co 101 goods to : ,- amount of 8930,000.000 per annumi ol which 33,000,000 ar exported charleston cuz medical college oj south carolina tup a:.nnâ€žnl court of lectures in bis institution will be resumed on the tecond lu lay in november on the following branches anatomy by jo edwannl hot.aook m d surgery by limi h&miat m d hteliiuteiand | byh ein.tdlcÂ«sok,m.d practice if medicine \ ' materia medico by iiivbt it 1'b.ost m ii | ttlittetric n:.l diseases t - r (; p at m 11 ... 1 â€ž,.,..â€ž tfnd children â– , chemistry by i'.iim.-m iuvshsl m d vol history j . st â€ž b â€ž elu0tt | , | . d j and ll-iiiiuy i ' pathological and ) . j 0m wln ,â€ž m |). i surgical anatomy ', ' | dimomtraior of anntoiiy by 1 ivÂ»ns m i henry it pr08t oefln charleston aug 19 1829 bt90 maiquis ul claniicarde aitaigns ibe id 5 ! eign polity of the lhe ministry and pro nouiices england " shorn id her klory by mlstnanagetnent humhhd degrsded spiritless lo d aberdeen replies i and lord holland comes to the aid ol th young assailant ol ihe veteran duke and vents all the fury of his blustering elo juence upon " noble lords on he other side protesting that be os slmost afraid lo spiak because he knew no which he wss add.esting lhe opposition at oxford or st cambridge i loid hol land sat down pulling like a porpoise and up rose the duke lo ply cool bul evidently stung his hai was laid aaid ; ins action oratorical his manner collec ted and bis voice ti ni and clcur 1 ,,, v ver ssw his grace lo so much advantage no not even at the bead ol bis regi meni ill hyde i'ark upon lhe ban of his lavorite charger at a long trot the general was positively lost in the oritur lie not only made a spec b an effective speech on eloquent speech abounding in all tho requisites of a parliamentary rr ply tttily the duke is anexttuc dintry man i'lroy is no.hii.g in ins cxtelior to command attention s,,ve bis as,l ar chi'.erltirc and the expression ol ins mo lib : â€” mil these as well as tho can colore proclaim thai ihcie is nn mis take about tne lord aberdeen hit lordship is r.ih er a tall guod looking personage wilh a manner when speaking us.ully called methodlllictl his voice is musical his style of speaking persuasive but rorcly mounting to the eloquent never lo lhe impassioned he is lhe reverse of a wit ; ond satire of so-casm are apparent ly lien tu his na.ure the noble latl bexeels in narrative in detailing lads blhcto is one defect which his f.iends should tell him of -, he speaks like a bbreslhlcss man and raises his vor.ic it b'.he close of a sentence as if expressing extreme su.ptise â€¢' tbe noble htrqull hi said that the policy of his majetty's â– government u these dashes in dl la'nbis tnu-.es thejÂ»rslpÂ«_*gsi)u '> h '" thc ontario this ship sailed from new york on 23d ult under command of for sa1.f thomat ii stevens esq henry lee esq uontui general ... algiers and lady mr brown private secretsry j lieult glynn snd ritchie i rs riowdrey and kreeland ; and midshipmen i cfin oii and d lynch r wen pastengets host isultrttn liii'iil !â€¢ i â– â– - believed i'liin recent j grunt i 3 thesutcinilieyea i795 consists el one continuous turvey adjoining the county line of wilkes and extending from tin blue hi iga to wilhiii three miles ol he main vadkiu river it is intersected for fifteen or twenty | miles by mitchell's river aflording an abundant supplv of water-power at all seasons and many sites convenient for the application of tins pow er to the purposes of machinery gifdhaa late ly teen found in the neighborhood of this land tu ils mini rai i leisures arc il a grri.t measure unexplored persona desirous to purchase are fi-nr 1 in ihe editor for ore particular infor nation will whom thc plat of tins land is de po-ili-,1 sauiburg time im 1820 71 effects of whiskey a lad in tho village of ctntndalgua nine years of age lust wock drunk so much whiskny ts la produce convulsions w.iicb terminoied in th eouisc ol a lew hours in death culling trees in woodland dan woo&'s estatfc the undersigned qualified it aug teition of rowan county court it tbe exeouton i of the la-i will of d.in'l wood all peroons in debted to sÂ»i,l i-3tate are requeued to make i payment i and all persons having demand i against the same an requested lopret.nl then for settlement or this nutice will be pleaded in k ai wm h ivooi i , . illiis ivooi \ loudon's hardener's magazine re mark in substance that he shoots from the stool or tumps ol forest trees may ' i.l.er become crooked bran ches of little use for fuel or henuli lul straight timber trrcs according ai the old trees may be cut over close by the surface or one loot above it the closer the stump ii ' ut to the ground the straightitr the suckers or sprouts this important fact ought to be i mil iar to every owner of a wood lot and consantly kept in mind by the gardener in paining iruit trees vtiaiv washing ynr\viui i jrrotioe tills is to notify the public in gen j\l eral lhat having acquired from the he ptrlment of male ofthe united btatet s , atent for the machine for washing cleaning and beparatlng cold dual consisting of a funnel trunk and spout i hereby forewarn all pel mis from tiling or making said machine odthuul my permhslon rh hard lee dulhirfi roll '., sept i ', 18 'â€¢ 8191 __ aug mil 19la 1859 m.i i.siille â€¢â€¢/ vo a i ,. , ozm i " i pÂ«l pi im'.ll court nl law ma ti rm i8i9 l eliza coxe t william cox . petition for dlvoree ordered by the court hat publication be made for three months successively in tbe ive.tern carolinian and yadkin snd catawba lii.ii-.il un lhc defendant be and pp.tr al the next superior court of law lobe held for the county ol mecklenburg at the court home in chtrlotle on the 6th monday after the fourth monda in september next and plead ur m.wer to the plaintiff's petition or ihe tame will be heard exparta lv.tn.it simuel hendenon clerk of our laid court t office the 7th mon day after tbe th mondty in march 1829 30)197 bam'l uender80n c m i e vivvyuvi fill iis day a mm man who lay ins name x is is i'm ami lhal be belongs to i man by ihe name of william thompson of cheslui dis trict bouth carolina was conimlltad to lhe j3i,i l mecklenburg county n c tbe owner it requeued lo come forwarded prove properly pty charges and luke bin away l un sloan sh'ff uf august sth 1h2 bi l/.il svvm^i'i ot fttoven flt'lm ihe jutiscriber nn the 15th aug a j mine sorrel l/u three years old flour .,,.,â– â€ž handt two inches high with t small itti in lhe forehead i longtwitch tad well made it gn spirited and runs fa t 1 will give a re.ton.bl - rewtrd lo any person who will gin mc any in formation so that l get brr again l strayedi land if stolen twenty-five dollars for ilia up i prehension of ih thief a,,,l ten dollar fol iht recovery uf the mare i lisfi jame9 b ill it till id i jjjartii cfiba mc r.y-y the vini'iau merchant the trunprl nl lÂ»m . hi stalled thy name to thee afnc's hero in glory mutt bow noi htnnlbsl't ielf ihnugli tn eminent elf wa half io suceewful a warrior as thou ih doing he pages of l.ivy di-play ; 7viy liquid attainn.cnn spread wider and quicken uy vinegar be through lhe alii mtde his wtv ,, ; . buu through ih'e 1,'vet.f bv the very skm'r taken vy by adam terrence in iredell county on ihe hilt of augi.it a buy horse 12 or 13 iran old 1 hind _. inches high the light hind fool wlnle a small addle spot it the irlt side 11 hoc on before trots and paces and ll p â€¢ i by james donaldson and bphrelmtetn plelon to be worth fi â– >â– 0jl1phant v-/ir,m v
|Project Subject||State Archives of North Carolina Historic Newspaper Archive|
|Description||The Tuesday, September 29, 1829 issue of the Western Carolinian a newspaper from Salisbury, North Carolina|