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WEDNESDAY, Jaunary 12, 1853.
tT WILLIAM THOMPSON Esq., ii our a
jfrnt in Baltimore, authorized to obtain advertise
menu and inscriptions, and to grant rrceipta.
I r E. W. CARR, Esq., it our aeent in Philadel
phia, authorized to obtain advertisements and pro
IT V. B. Palmer, Esq., is our authorized spent
to roc ire advertisements and subscriptions at his
offices ir Boston, New York and DiiUdtlphia.
We e .11 the attention of oar resders particularly
to Mr. Mott's advertisement of his two Negro burn,
Jerry and Tarl. ton. They arc not yet cauunt,
and we are authorised to offer one hundred dollars
to any person who will deliver them in the jail at
Charlotte.or fifty dollars for cither of them. The
advertisement will cease from the present time,
but it will be recollei ted the boys are yet out and
it would be well for those who arc in the receipt
of this ppcr W aotiec the description of theiu.
Mr. Thomas II. Fcntrrss of Greensboro is ex
tensively engaged in the culture of Fruit Trees,
and proposes to ttie citizens of Charlotte and
vicinity that he will t'linn.-ti them with a full sup
ply of young trees, which he warrants to be selec
ted from tiie best orchards in the United States.
He will probably have a lot here in February, wheo
our citizens may avail themselves of this favors blc
opportunity of improving their orchards. There is
nothing more dele-Hiblc to the taste than finely
it Ivor id fruit.
We invite the attention of merchants to the
Card of Mrwri D. W. Parka with Sparhawk, Dun.
ton &. Wurf of PhiUcUIpliu in tin paper. We
would be glad if our merchant friendi would give
this House a call when they go North, a we have
no doubt but tlu y woul! be pieaicd.and ptt gooda
tfp reasonable term. Bvidea, when our North,
eta brethi-ru p-trunnc U. even in small fsivura,
we like to ace them reciprocated.
Examine the three adverti nitnta of If. B. 4.
L. 8. Williams ami WiJluiiii., Ihxon & Co., in this
piper, one headed A C.rd, another. Another l ard,
md the third. lionir Swe t Home, or Ktmov.il the
tiurd. Tbev buve 1-U ly nnivcd t.'uir goods to
liifir old itxnd, iw t home." on the corner of
flic public square, which now prtstra the appear
ance of a city store r-ther tiuu that of a country
ill jre. They assure their old friends and cut.
tomers that they need nt be afrjid to come in,
for they wiil treut th.n with as much kindness
and courtesy ss eve r and sell them finer and better
goods, and upon more mode rite terms.
Wc have examined the scl eral f tores mentioned
above and lound them furnished tqul to the best
in our country, and filled not only with the com
niuo necessaries of life, but also with everything
calculated to please tiie lancy, and gratify the
most f.lidious t.stes. But call nd tannine for
The Mails Again.
The M lils are still sadly out of joint. One sub
scriber writes " stop niv paper, I don't git it
more than or.c - i- three months." Another says
"stop mine, I dou't get it until twenty days have
elapsed after its puMication." Another savs he
-... .... k. I . .. .1 .. ... 1.1..1..J :
... Sv. .... .. Fuu...nco, ,
and so ou. He cant blame them, but we cau as. !
.u .l . .l r i. . ,,. ... i
sure them that the fault is not ours. We publish
regularly every week and put the package, in the !
ofic. . V here the fault ,. we know not. but it ,. .
certtifiiv somewhere. It ma v be owing to bad
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weatotr and niuddr roads. Lnless news is fresh ;
it is " st-le, flat aod unprofiUbie."
In future ift'ncicSam is not moreriiindfulofour
rights and our iniereats, and those of our patrons,
we will sue the Post Olfice iK-partment, and every
otiicer under iu control in the I'uiled Sutca. So
A Fall Treasury.
Mr. Fillmore will retire from office leaving the
Treasury overflowing with twenty millions of ;
if-Zlars, and yet we were told by tue Democratic i
rt s.es, and orators, in the 1-te Presidential cam.
paign, that Mr. Fillmore's was tiie raosteitravigant :
a-lruinistration that the country has ever had. j
Facts are stubborn thioga. But the Democrats in
Congress arc beginning to manifest signs of ihisi s
at tiie condition of the Treasury. I'ti.y are afraid !
tne country will be ruined. .Nome propre to en.
large the free list of importations. Ott.ers to re
duce the rate of duties ; whilst another is w illing
to vote extrsvigant appropriations, sooner than
submit to such a fcartul state of things much
longer. We'll be bound the democratic majority
ia congress will soon find out some expedient to
get rid of such a national nuisance.
Tte Sheriff of this count khowea us few d jg
met, vrr:il four dollar counterfeit bilU on lhe
Bin of the tte of urtb i Vuiitia, well calculi.
i d to deceive cart it-i obterver, from the fact
tSat the; appear to be old and contifitTably orn.
Sofuc of tbeui are made payable at Murgauton , and
ot-ra at Cb4rlottr, The ainaturra and filling
up vf all of lUcia re ery pt-rfectt but appear lo
nave ocn tngrifed, excrpl lite dtra and nunibcra,
ne of which are written in blue ink, a certain i
pr.f Hut tliey are counterfeit, as we are informed
tht the II ;nk never u:s blue ink in doling tlie 1
Ifnuine. The p tper, upon which these counter- j
f.-it are ri-cuted, is pile course and thick, snd !
T,.e shaiiinr ol the letters 1. dark, course and !
"I,, infi, rt ic 1 wii j , uu "'. ;
I. S. Just aa we were concluding the above
dseriplion, we w;re shown snolhtr counUrfnt of
tie sum; deitotninati'in, on the snie fjjns, new,
and hid to everj partieuUr. Our community is
full of sll sorts, sizes, and shades. Uur SheritT
declares tint he never will r-c-ive am.lh.-r four
d'IUr hill on the limk of tht .Stite of North iit
ohaa. Let ever; one kerp a iuo- out.
. . , . !
I Le SllFl(laril atlU lllf; W hm Of the
If oiiai' of Co in in oils.
Tne " Standard ' of t le 2'.nh ultimo, is out iu
fut) hiist av,nnt the V'hijr fuiiihers of the lluse
of C ftiirienis fjr tin ir conuui-t un the suhjct of
rem 4 kiting tue ."v n . Inn j tlitriits of the ISUle
accoruin 1 1 tnu provisions of the Comtitutinn.
Tueeditir rvisk-ntij fUuipts to create tne impres
sion ahro.o u.t tue Whn's of t'.e House were en.
fleavonnj to pi
t the p-s.je of any bill for '
tac otijett stcit, a, an. 1 lut t.'M-ir desire was W
ercile a yuii tnV:r nuiu in tne rit.tc. The edl.
l.ir sijrs, In tne It .u-, Mr. Ri-id, of Uuplin
nr jr, in ine iiu', .-ir. lino, oi kJUiHin,
ted a pi .n ., behulf of one p.n
mi the tJoiliiuitl. ,
i i Mr. M. InWrt . of Kichinond
, Whi.) on Uh.lf
ui the oilier ; and, after sjiue
d.sr ujiiion. lite
II .u.i , oiiip.,.-.d of a maturity of
Voted do. I -Mr. .. Intvrt's pl.n, which
i,le w :e justly r g JhlI neJiiMtma an appro.
i.l of Mr. Itetd'e plan." Tins ii.l m.y base
a.-. n " r. irucd as an approv il of Mr. U.ic'h pi .n "
a.exJui tj the rt .udjru's " in Mje of ri-o.in.Q .
Il il re.ulu, as in this c sac, often pn.te tin fjl. j
Of' Ills l(IC. SiW lite truth IS, is We hai In riled
it froiu very intelligent snd honor abh' Wing
mimih-'r of tile Iloe, tlut the plan stinmittid by
Mr. K.-id w s ss pe rfect a rrrryiM4nderinif seheme
mm rr'i w -s attempted to he p. lined off upu a
I-jislature. His plan proposed to srrane the
ll.ntnrls so as to five tli- Ih-moeraue party thirty
Ke K-jnatore and the Wlujra only biueUen. .Mr.
Meid (t up and made a sp n h on his hill, si.d
( tjirrj p. rimUirily that it akimld pu', and thai,
l" did W, tfAeir ahamld That the fVmoerats
Lad a Urjf.f unjority in tlie Kenate than tlie Whi(;s
aasj lathe llje, and that tliertfore tin y had
ft pass U apoB the n hip"- 1 us hiirh
litre, rsIM k r J iai.uit-.-J -, Wh'jt.
and they determined that they vrould not be im
posed upon in this way, and suffer the dearest in.
Uresis of their constituents to be thus ruthlessly
trampled in the dust, by the rroa heel of a tyrant
cat majority. The hour of adjoarnment was fast
approaching, and the Whigs still persisted in their
determination to prevent the passage of this abonn
nable bill. The Democrats seeing this, became
very rma'h alarmed, lest the Legielatnre would be
forced to bresk up. and leave the State without a
Legislatwre. They became alarmed, because they
knew that the only alternative Icft.woald be to call
an extra acssion tor the purpose ol calling
rent alien of the people a great bng.bear with
Tr.e Democrats to reestablish the Legislature ;
" There's the respect.
That makes calamity of so long life."
They knew that if a convention was called the
people would amend the constitution to suit them
selves, ss well ss reestablish the Legislature, and
that ' Free Suffrage " would no longer be a hobby
hor-e tor the party to ride another candidate into
the Gubernatorial Chair. Yes, frightened st this
idea, the party came to terms, and submitted to a
plan which gives to the Democrats twenty-sii, and
to the hies twenty. four Senatorial Districts.-
Of coarse if a convention should be called, it would
be called to amend the Constitution in all points
where the people desired it.
Noble Whigs ! you deserve the lasting gratitude
of your country, for thus boldly and fearlessly
asserting her rights.
In our Legislature, which hsa just closed its
session, the Democrats had a clear majority of two
on joint ballot, and yet they failed to elect a l S.
nitor. For this they are accountable to the
country. If they could notagrecamong themstlvea
on this subject, rather than Itt the Statu go un
represented, it was their duty to have proposed
some man of their party, who was acceptable to
the Whigs, and to the other wijg of their party.
They have enough of such men in their ranks, who
would have done honor to the post, and the Whigs
and conservative leinocrats would have supported
one of this stamp if he had been proposed. But party
spirit snd party dictation interposed to stifle the
will and interests of the people. It is believed
that the Governor's power to appoint extenca only
to cases of death or resignation, snd if so, our
State will go unrepresented, except by oi,e Sens,
tor, for the next two years, commencing from the
4th of M irch next, at which time Mr. Mangum's
term expires. We understand that the Governor,
believing this, has determined not to attempt to
exercise the authority to fill the vacancy.
Again. The Free Suffrage Bill was killed by
the failure, or rather by the refusal of the Speaker
of the Senate to esst his vote, who is a wool-died
Democrat. For this, the Democrats are alone to
blame, and not the Whigs. They were not elected
to support Free Suffrage by legislative enactment.
but on the contrary to support their favorite mea.
sure, a Lonvcntion of the tlie people to amend the
Constitution, and therefore, if they had voted for
the Free Suffrage Bill they would have violated
the wishes of their constituents. The Speaker of
the Senate wns also elected because of his op.
position to Free Suffrage. Yet it may be said
that the Governor's election is the fairest indi.
estion of the wishes of the people on this sub.
jeet. This is true, but it will be remembered that
the Governor was not elected by a two-thirds ma
jority of the people, and our Constitution cannot
be amended by a large major. ty vote indicated in
this way. This is another evidence that the peo
ple, by a constitutional majority, sre not in favor
of Free Suffrage.
The Standard and liis Partr.
The editor of the " Standard," in his last issue,
issues his Bull of excommunication against those
members of tils party who, in the late legislature,
refused to suppurt the " nominee " of the caucus
for United States Senator, and declined voting for
Free Suffrage. He delil-rab ly reads them out of
tiie ranks of the party, and tells their constituents
:n a dictori.tl tone that the v must not supyoit these
men any more for office. That they are unworthy of
confidence of the party. Wc agree that it is the
duty of the "Standard," and all other papers, to
read men out of a party, when they desert their
principles from corrupt motives That is the
course which our party invariably pursues. But
the " Standard " should recollect that the Demo
cratic party in this State has two sides upon, at
least, two questions of the present day, one of
which is a mtlcr of great public momel.t in the
the St-ile, we sllude to the subject of the right
secession. Now, it may have been the ease that
pnnum - " iciuscu w
those gentlemen who refused to support Mr. Dob.
bm f(jr l.IJlU() Sutrf Diltut th(,uh, ,;,, he wa,
. ,..,i : i j , ' - k.
riot as aound in his devotion to the t mon as he
m, u h, ,d ,heif iiua lo hi, tlc.
thtnfn would have betTprompted bT very
inJ coo.cei.c.ou. motive Thiother" oues.
i t i. . j . .1 . e v n a?
tion which we hmted at was that of rree ffrage.
u.-k .1 : 11:11 .. ...i.e... v, t'j
! wards, the Siieaker, (whose vote would have car.
ried the messure,) declined to vote, and for th
the Standard excommunicates him from the pale
of tiie Democratic church. Why Mr. Edwards
was elected when out of his county, over Gen. flaw,
kins who was its known advocate, because of his
opposition to it- And now, for olieying the voice
of his constituents, he mufit be ostracised, snd de
nounced as a heretic, 'jy the great expounder'
of Democratic truth doctrine. lHi have pity
on Mr. Edwards. It was in error of the head and
not of the heart. He was too short sighted to see
the beauties of Fr-e Suffrage. The " Standard "
should have lent him his glasses.
We observe that the Wilmington Journal "
pi mcuncea the same anathemas upon those poor ,
ueludsd wn tches, who cruld n t see CwjAf but
voted in Oarknet. The
d-yt of lhe Guillotine
re iurrlf eotninj tack.
FOR TIIE .NORTH CAROLINA WHIG.
The fnlh.wing letter was received by the Hope,
well Division No. 91 of the Sons of Temperance,
and read by the Worthy Patriarch, snd ordered
unsniniously to tie published in the N. C. W'htg,
with a request that the Spirit of the Age copy the
By oHer of the Division.
THOMAS AI KX A.VIIKR, f ..
JOH.N It. ALLXANDLU.p """"""
NovenilM r, 30th 1S2
Grm rnrn : 1 now tender to the Sons of the
Hopewell Division through your Worthy Patriarch
my resignation as a Physician hoping that you will
all scquiesce without any comment or explanation
from me in so doinp, and my Hooka are now ready
for stt!imi.t with each and every son. and I
a. the vear is about to close. !
juu win 1 -.1.1 tuuikkcp ui una upuurLuiuir
TOO THE NORTI1 CAROLINA WHIG.
Mr. Jylitor. I wih to say to the Mer
chants in Charlotte that it would be preatly
to their interest to open a public road frotu i
that rilaee to some rioint on th Catisreim
line, say William Caldwell's plantation, so a I
to meet a road from Rocky River Church '
so M to secure the trade from the lower ; 1 -,urreu lo " originating from mm, hut
part of Cabarrus and from as Cue an arri-' " "J to '"form him that he is gro.-sly mis
cultural wrtion of country as can he frmml informed and deceived, and to ad viae him
in N. C, and in addition sonic of the fine-t
flour Mills any where to be found in the
I would take the liberty to sujcst the
propriety of an application being made to
the neat County Court of Meckienburrr, to j
have the above roa.l oriietl arid fit ffr
" ' i
travel by the opening of the next fall trade, !
as the citiiens ol Horny liiver and the aur-:
rounding country will be much benefitted ly j
A Ro' Kr River I'lantek.
FOP, THE NORTH-CAROLINA WIIIO.
Will the public mind be eternally gulled
by vaunting demagogues aud men of strictest
piety, virtue aud honor and of high intel
lectual and moral worth trampled upon by
the bard hofed criticisms aud abuse of
presumptuous meddlers T It is to be hoped,
that, iu an age like this an age of reason
.aJid judgment, men will be taught, that" not
all that glitters is gold. W c boat of the
bkssiugs and advantages of the press. And
well we oiay boast, so long as it is made
) subservient to the best dcCned interests) of
'evUcty. t i ju ike, rci-u aud truth ; aud
80 long as the spurious productions of en
vious and would be knowing minds are
either eDtirelj excluded from its operation
or confuted by reacting reason and truth.
These thoughts were called forth from read
ing an article iu a recent Dumber of the
" Asheville JIngseuger " headed " Colleges
vs. Bald-Face." 'lhe author of the piece,
I presume is " Son of Temperance." So
am 1, Dut onij so lar as tne true principles
of the Order are carried out. It would be
useless to saj that the grand and funda
tueudal object of the Order w Temperance,
lScnevolcuce and Urotherly Love to do
good and not evil. Thus far go I aud no
farther. But some seemingly warm ana
enthusiastic members of the Order radically
uibtake the means of bringing about this
good result. They not only bring down
contempt and ridicule upon the Order and
all connected with it, but violate tue pre
ccpts of the Bible aud offend against high
Heaven by " doing evil that good may
come." 'Ibis, I conceive to be the purport
and tendency of the article referred to
The author is badly posted up on the sub
ject he attempt to handle. And persons
who are well acquainted with the bitory
of Davidson College and character, princi
ples and professions of its t'rcsidrut aud
Professors would think, that he hazzards a
good deal in transmitting through the f ress,
to public censure fuch vague assertions and
misrepresentations. He seems to be eutircly
ignorant of or grossly misinformed as to the
history, laws and operations of Davidson
College' or character and pretentious of its
President and Professors. If this were not
the case, he could not, if he be what he
professes to be, coocienciously charge upon
the Administration of a Literary institution,
things of which it is wholly innocent. First
be accuses the " President and Professors "
of" habitually using ardent spirits, pleading
lor its perpetuity, defending its concomitant
vices and sneering at the temperance re
form '' which is so grosly absurd that it
needs no comment. It U a well known and
established fact that the President and Pro
fessors arc all strictly temperance men and
professed advocates of temperance and truly
temperance principles. President is a tacit
opposer of tne Order of "sont of Temper
ance." He is not its only opposer. And be
opposes it, not on account ol iu temperance
principles, but its secrecy. We believe he
is honest in his opinions aud he has a perf ect
right to them.
Again he says, that the " President not
only drinks at times but set himself up as a
sort of censurer of temperance reform, car
ries his hard-shell notions so far into the
cxtrenis as to forbid and prohibit by abso
lute edict the delivering of a temperance
lecture in the Halls or elsewhere about the
premises of the College buildings, while it
is notoriously known, that in the same Halls,
he has permitted strolling Slagc-V layers,
singers aud dancer to let off at their hearts
content and he present." If the man can
establish any of these assertions, then he
can prove that the world is a flat surface
resting upon a turtlis back, that volcanic
actions result from the turnings and groan
ings of some reprobate heathen god, that
the moon is made of " green cheese " or
any thing else as absurd. As to the pro
hibiting of White to speak, though he had
the right and would have been perfectly
justifiable in prohibiting him to " let of his
cannon " on the College premises, he only
refused him the ue of the Chapel. He
as refused to speak in the society Hallo
not by the President or Professors or their
influence, but by t!ie edict of the members
of the societies. And were the same appli
cation to be made a thousand times over it
would meet with the same treatment. But
it L said this is prohibiting free discussion."
What is free discussion ? Is it after a set of
holiest men having once innocently permit
ted a lion " in sheep's clothing" to enter their
borders and abuse and lampoon them in a
most ridiculous manner, without any pro
vocation, thus that should blindly permit
him to do the same thing over apain ! Is
ridicule and slander " free discussion !" Are
efforts to destroy character and trample
good and honest men in the dust " free dis
cussion ?'' Then " free discussion " has been
prohibited at Davidson College. As to
" permitting strolling Stage-Players and
singers and dancers let off to their hearts
consent" in the Chapel there is need of
nothing else to confute it than reference to
. ,.c t,..,u 1 - 11 . 1
' . - ' ' nu mis ai'fuai uu. u nilu
the hUtorj of the College, who will testify
to the contrary.
Again he accuses the Venerable Doctor "
as he terms him of " laying in twenty dol
lars worth of liquor at first cost for a wed
ding fiarty at his own house." This ii a
maliciou-ly fabricated falsehood, not by the
a.nhor of the piece under consideration but
by (some one else or " Mr. Nobody " or
" Mr. Mvddlcsomc " or no body knows who.
It can be proved that the " liquor " referred
to were not used either as a beverage at
the " wedding party " or for private family
drink. But as thi-j matter I presume will
be clearly and satisfactorily btated to the
public soon, I farbear saying more con
cerning it. But again he says that " he
(meaning the President) has long used, set
out at Ins house ana countenanced the use
of wic;g and spirituous liquors." This like
all the rot of the
i... .,.. - it . ...1 r .1 ti 1
"u . . . u . J 'ou.iuauo,, ano nee.ls
tiotliifiL' but the pure crytal waters of Truth
to undermine it and wash it away into the
dark mahi ious gulf whence it originated
It in a notorious falsehood that has been
going the rounds and that no person who
knovts Dr. Williamson aud family has ever
The writer docs not intend in these re
D,arks t0 the falsehoods and tnisre-
presentations on the author of the article
l? hludy the school-boy s lesson for compo- '
ition " study well your subiect and write
nothing but what you know to be true."
Also to couMurr the Uible prccf-pt. "Cast
Ult ,"'a,n 8ut of 'our own eic that you may
!":e I,luck tl", ,,10te out Jour brothers
it would be well to consider that he
nM " Just. nVM censure the conduct
" ' i""' : nuueuous
l,,e Wnt f hundred dollars per
mouth to a church censurer and minister
slanderer, to roll through the county on
empty Rarrela with his " I'ilgrim'a Pro
gress " in his pocket. It is the design of
of the writer to correct false and state facts
to the public mind as they are and no more.
lie neither wishca nor intends to get into
a news-paper controversy and only has to
say to the public iu conclusion that if any
thing more cornea from liuncomb quarter
to " consider the source."
The communication of Internal Improve
ment, A Whig of '76, and an obituary, al
though in tvpc, are unavoidably crowded
CHARLOTTE AND S. C. RAILROAD.
Columbia, Dee, 15, I8S2.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Company,
in Columbia, on Wednesday, the 1 5th December.
lUi'J, the following resolutions Were adopted and
ordered to be published :
1. KrsWueii, That the Board of Directors of the
Charlotte sad South Carolina Kuilroad Company
do meet at Columbia on the second Weduc:di.y uf
9. Kttolttd, That the officers of this Company
have their accounts made out every month, fur tne
examination of the Directors, and that each re.
ccipt nr voucher shall expics the object for which
the money was expended.
3. Ktiolttii, That the Chief Engineer be requir
ed to report monthly to this Board the nnntber of
accidents that have occured upon the road, the
name of the runnessamJ conductor in charge of
the train at the time, the value of stock killed,
and amount of the damage done to the properly of
the road by said accidents, accompanied with a
statement of facta in regard to each.
4. i ttolvtd. That the President snd Chief En.
gineer be requested to close up, by the first Mon.
day in February next, all contracts made for the
constretion of the road.
5. Hitolrtd, That the President be instructed
to sell, by the first Monday in February next, the
stock of all Stockholders who may be in arrears,
and that under no circumstances shall further in
dulgence be extended.
b. Krtolvtd, That the President and I reasury
be authorized to call in all the script certificates
of slock that have been issued to stockholdt rs,
and that they do issue in tlieir pl..ce regular cer
tificates ut stock.
Jom. A. BsADLtt, SccaiTiav,
Married, on the xr .tiruo, at the residence of
rnnip tt unien, hjj,,m siurxe lounty,Dj mv
Kcv. Alexander Abern.thy, the Kcv. KUllr.lt I tl.
JONES, of Person counts, Miss MAltY
CATHER l.N'E, eldest daughter uf Philip Wrlick,
.aq., 01 tsurke.
Tie love that makes our cheerful feet
In swift obedience move,
The Devil's know and tremble too
But Satan cannot love.
Married, on the 9th of this instant, by L. Sikes,
E)., Mr. El. UAH (JADDY to Miss MAItTHA,
daughter of Jusepu UriUin, both u-rt es of t'uion
lluppy is the man who in early life.
Succeeds in the plan of obtaining a wife ;
H ippy is the bell who iu early bloom.
Her celibacy sell and purchase her a groom.
Married, in the Episcopal Church in Cincinnati,
oy tlie Kcv. A. l. Auner, Dr. L,. J. JUf-JS, ol
W ilkesboro, N. C. lo Miss VICTORIA, dauirhur
of Charles and S.tah Leak , Lie from Liverpool,
cngi..nd, now cttiuns of Cincinnati.
CONSIGNEES PER ItAILUOAD,
For the week ending January, 11.
W. Johnston, J. Wells, Carson, W & P.,
Setter & M., Phifer, A & P., T. Wriston,
Urim ii J., A. a & II. W. I-ulcnwider, A
K. Norman, Kamsour & J., Moss, IS. & Co.,
C. C Henderson & bon, I), ii. daithcr, I'i.-h-er,
B. & Co., II. 1) & L. S. Williams, D. L.
Ilea, Winchester. S & i5,. 15. F. Davidson,
Saudcrs, II. k Co., Klias & C, John Baiter,
Fox & C, Fulhnis & Co., Fisher & II., E. S
Moore k Co., G. Modeller, Spratt, I. & Co.,
J. S. M Cubbin & Co., J. Mead, V. Muh
linghouse, T. J. drier, J. M. Potts, K. Ham
ilton, J. Harty k Co., J. M. Stockton, C. F.
Dcenis, R. Sittonton, W. F. Area & B., J.
K Harrison, Lruckcr et S , II. F. Hunter,
W. W. Elms, W. Matthews, Taylor A L.,
Branch Mint, P. C. Caldwell, J. U. Ileid,
Bowcn k. II., A. Bethune, J. B. Stewart.
lf HE nndsrsignrd having uosn put lo large and
A heavy ripessie to erect buildings, snd en
large their stock of t.oods. fur the secetnniodsiinn
of their numerous friends snd customers r. spool
fully, hut earnestly, call upon those who are indeb
ted to'thein. either by Nolo or book Account, le as
sist them, by psytng up ail o d scor.s, snd coinmeii.
cmg on tne sw Hoots, Ws luve given b.ue ers
diis, and nevsr briers called nsn our Irieoda m Una
manner, and we bepa now t at iln y will undt-rsisnd
and spprec a'e our motives in doing ao at tins inns
It is s stern and inflexible iiei'jssity, and the kel'er
B. & L. S. WILLIAMS.
January 13, I!i3.
fWlHK eopartnf rrhip brreiofore
Firm of II. B. A. I . . W il.'-tnit wm diiotv
eu on Ilia firal df of Jatiu irjr. 1853, y ttia le(m
of tt.eir original agrepmeril, and havi.if im aaao
eiaied with thm tn biiinea Mr. Johm I'ixon, lh
prtnrra!np will hrntter b condut-ud under I'.r
ntflifl and tya of Williama. I'ixon SlCo. at ll a-r
o d eorncr aland, in IJ. B. Wi.iaaia'a Utif itiw
Brick Buidintf, where tltar mill be p'rad lo ae
tlieir n,d Irirnda and cuitoitiera, and contract new
friendship and a quainiancca in the r 1 1 r of buai
m-aa. l kf fee. aaured (hat It ey are now m a
bwiler eondillort to peaae aiid flatter the UUe o
tfn-ir friend and euatomera than they lia? eter
bn (eforr. They therefore rapretiu.'v aoiieit
from (hem and tium the puKm fieriy, a Urgt
and fiber a degree of favor and patromg',
L. S. WILLIAMS.
II. 11. WILLIAMS.
Jtnury 12, 1 953. a 1 11
I II I IIOi: t O.M I.K M.U.
W KSSItS Wfintwt St, $ we have I' giy rivr
i f JL ted me with ivU pi;fit Vt hi 1c -iic.r Ii it
mat'. I wiijld reapeeiful y tv to ihtc n.d. hi-t
hl it la ptsB'tivfly neceaary tlut payn tit kIiouIi
; inad tmiritdMt:ly.
"ajr-Will bj pi Id i n Tn- d ij ot Jnusr,
JZ. l-'ir" "B i ln'. a iir " -a'-
ti llaiidoiiM HI Uir.
Ocnji ging lu 4td htm
S. P. ALEXANDER.
Januury 12, I-Cil
rjl I K Hib-cr .bet lakrv linn iin-tlmd ol inGirminp
JL nil pvrns iidtbird to li em A. AUxtutlw,
'ni lie hi renjuvod h.w i.tfire loune of' th? utfiMt k
ll hiiiit'N Anierii ia Ho t , where he ear. By tn
MiU'.d rfejdy V eitle the bu iitei ul' I lie mvi co
staf Utetehii. 'I' he hi. b tuy ut' tit ceig tvirr)
Ufe it dt b ed, tvutlr.rr-11 f t-wiiry lur h m hn4 hif
Hi t t very one inUt b eJ mnl cuinuit r thisi notti e u
p-fa.fml pt'lirat ou 'or the uitt-t ilu , aid On
payment inoe' be ni(!e or 11 wilt be joit'e y
nei;eaaary tu bnnif fcui.
S. P. ALEXANDER.
Jnnaary SI, l-5.1. il l
i II K nuinlier ol eho arships riquiriu ny s rrso
Jt luliun of the llu-trd of Trustees ot Iavidnon
College, sdnpied on lhe V7lll of tlsri h ls.,l,lisve
lieen so'd The scholarship scheme liciiig nuw
sdnpied will gu mlo njieralion on Ihe firpt ol Jn
usry, too, wnif-ii iimkee it luhiy inipnrisui that
' suhcniis iiqiinlaia their oh ig.iiuns
prom plly. The I renttm-r lien by rmlirlrtf tan mu
iM-fi'-era thai do if no prfpartrd lu imuu et-ietifi uitH
uf cliolsarnh ffid to ei b-tnm-m ot piy
iiipnt, itt dfpuxttu I erlificatca I ft lit Imids ut I lie
Mev WilliaiMiHi. I). U, hev, A- lUker, Ht-v J
M. Arift-ruii, uf f'ouU. Carolm, And Att ilulcbi-
lon of 1 harlutle.
K J MCDOWELL, Treaturer.
Januiry 13 Jeji. 5 1 it
'I itD WVi- ru ('enn'crnl, Yorkville i.U aalmbury
pspv-m will pi fit Ms ptL tuti ittr bv.
ffflflK Msgi.i.aies of Mm k'tnburg coon'y are
M. riq.itsied to atlend on Tue-day ol Jmuary
('oimiy t ourt lo eleel a Comity .lienor. County
u'yeyor, and transact ether County Itiisiness.
January 1, U3. 51 if
M. HliOOM and T II. WILLIAMS, o
Winibfro, . C' pro pot e (o l-avlt in ihf
in a of ('har'ofia a cUu l young fitefitn and
lad it in Ue titi I art uf danci . at lea duliara
p. r t'olar, or gU dullat and lino tli &vaid i
of the leeii tm.
Tim y teat h I ohllion. and all 'h" fanr 7 dancea,
Kueh aa the IVka, Ujurlia. clutlipht Ac c,
A at aaion wil rMnf4 oi aightetih itiwtuna
Rffrrencea can had at W mnnboro, i elafflbia,
."'"tjrrrjr, h'MfrfiMd, tamlcr, Ac.
3 2 3
HOME, SWEET HOMI.
Removal the Third ! !
V) nor Friends snd t u tomars we wan Id say.
M thkt at last ws are kick at 00 r Old tl
ns-r Mnitt X. nrrcliNNlS ltsv
We b!tv we occupy th largel and finest room
n the stale of fVsrih I arolina, anil that we hsv
focl( of 6oo(3$
ever brought to Inn plaie, ahich we intend selling
at Prics sj l.swer thsii they sver were hereto
fore oft fed in tins insikei Our u.o'li i I.asor ino
QUICK SALES, AT LOW raiCti AKP SMOST rSVSirS
ill Ibawa who will csil and examine shall be con.
vineed thai we intend acting up to what we preach
We have on hands a Isrge and well selected
DRESS AHD FAHGY
Jill kBa'l,aaikSV rnrlfloU .TlnsIlM
Al I'llMlri'a Kid Glssvt-a,
.?.' nooTstimt snor.s,
a Ltaoc lot er
GUNNY II VCifJING, ItOPi:,
Coals. Psnis. Va-'e, .-hiris. Mnrl I ullsrs, V orstea
snd t oiton Drswere eVc, sVo.
Cuusimtlljoii ImusJa InrcrSlack ml
Ortt-ana and Vuao vatlo M Ci 1ICS.
lewart'a Mram ?fi td A. and B.
Stfmari'a Double lfinM ljf,
Nrw Or! fan lOHMD,
I e-t India do
Salt! Salt!! Salt!!!
a I iso tot or
IIHVtTal I3CH '. M.3sV.
.1 ?, if mil' stir ami Wtm .
m any aeasTiTT
Psll and see ns, as r- dtirrmx-td In sell
C .! e mini snd teili have, if selling Isaac's
will procure it.
WILMA MS, DIXON II CO.
January 13 13j3. 51u'
FI' IK sulMiiker weulsl ii
X form the eublie thai h
I... iskn his son, W.M. p.
'I KOI 1 1-It, in a. a psri.,..,
Ilie buti icss will be et.nduciii.
in fu urs under lle sb.iv,
nsme ai dsfyh, Thai.k'ui loi
pst fsvitis. I respceifu ly so.
licit a centinusnce l" S-n.
N, P. All those imeM.d k B...S Aceount in
Vole t'r. n quested to coma and sell Is as mdulsenet
cannot be ftvei-. f. 1'
J-mns'y 12. iA 3. 5tr
IA1AIN call nn hme moeb.rd ie Wihei It
II' ' mske rwymenis, f.r ihe nrrr,n.'ST.
i s ol thu lisc w til urn in in t of mifer inCe fane
l'h eiedun-s ot ihe Firm fore sii lossy tnt it
S. T. ALEXANDER, Agent.
J.neary 12, ii S i.
The l,nniMter ICnilr.'-nl.
S inee l.'K ot In, I oiumle loi.rrs au oitneO
t l.aness'rr liurt-hons-, hs the chsr'er. t.
nniirporsle the l.ai.ca.ler lisilroad Compuiv, tin
fmlos'in; rrsolu loos weie psssed snd oreerec)
be piiK i in d.
Htmlctd. That the )ioSs nf snbrrii linn lo th.
-pni aioi k of ihi conipmy beoned for lhe t'em
d mu'e. t he-leiv lie n ute, snd Ridssesy fo.it.
nn Ihe fiit Mmirisv in I'rhrus'y nti',bein( the 7,h
tsjp ol tne month, siid tni . pm n,t, usy., eU
ine on -ne ffvenin dsy nf April rul. si lhe M
'owinf p'Sres, ai d ot dcr the direct i m of the follow
r g I onirnMNiwiier. :
AT MNf'ASl E'l TOL'hT IIOISE. f. C
Iilt'to llirne. T. K Cn t mhi. J i.ns M. With- i
i, Ii.emas w. Iloiy. W m. Mi K nns. W r
I snih.ii, John Aiisina. W. A. .Mot,ie, II. K Price
a d J.ote. K'.nm"'n-
At Cjmdn, S f J ,hn Ilussc, W. Thurto
Cs.in snd t tiM h 'I rf'tn.
,41 tnn,aituth. A C Stmuel J. D.rkles. J
C lls'nioi i d sim J if KulUnd.
AI Laral.r f sif Unutt S C - J dm A. Dr.d!r
.ir i.irftmtia a. c .-J4,,.e, v. I.vlee, J. Csldweli
iln! J hh li row insn.
AI lAsirser., N f.. 8. S Ksrrar. James T
t'hamnrr- snd rri-rleur li r . Frtaer.
,4f I lylmrn't Ksre. I,i i.cal'rr DiUxel. T. I.
' lilnirl-, li ah i ...i- a, d -,rt r Jnhn-lon
M tUi rs. ' U. A'mj'i. ui Di lrirt Wnii.n
n,iir.i.n U in . ii n, r, a .1 J...-c limrdsle.
Ai MiJm'tUtil tutr, kniit Dtritl.li A
11.1 sli.i,,, . A. tr.umth snd J. II. l.(.l'.
ill Lili-ny Hit. S. ( J.din liiuwu, L. O. fat
eriMHi, slnl SnJ , tJu' nief httn.
Ai rautot, A. L. l). If. Covinirton, W. W.
II.. I, J. M. Stewsr .
At lllui.'s .Slurs li.is'l C'oanry. Ilujh Wil-
mjii r? in. . .'w. si o J nn waiku.
I IXON UWtNKS, v
T. h. t'l'l!I.TU.
J. II. W I I llr.ll.-l'iKlN,
'I Hi i MAS V . liffcY, Ccminissioriers
J ill.N AIMMS, lLsncssterC.II
W. . Vi ().,r, I
H. f . IM.ICK. I
J V Mt r UoLI.NSO.N. I
January 12 J8..3. t3
If AVINt; inkon letters IrsLiinenlsry frnm the
wi.A ( ourt of rieas and U isrtur eesainns for Un
ion t'oiiniv, at the January Term, lr53. nn ih
rslsla ol Junes M llouslon, deed, snd nll.fi-d
ss eieeulrii l aerordinj lo las, I shall esp tl to
(..r. uc m, on Hie Villi rln y ol Januiry Inslant
n e lol'owir.tr ar'jrls
nf xitxMtXv. Imlotit? ii r
lliit aiid cmaiH, v 1 :
J'ht valuflUlo and wrll krtuwii
Grist and JS.iw 31 ills,
nn Twelve Mile I reek. helonginj to die'd. and for
inerly owned hy liowatd and hy Wolf together
wiiii ine pisniaiian or one jeunsjL
tundred a:r s. upon whieh -m
II II is -a uiey sie siiusiea. on a ereun sw-wm
UjUj I ol one and I wo Vesra. f
Also Him Vsnee Irscl. on the public rosu, nh 10
contain MIj e es. Also I wo town lots in Mon
roe Also a large quantity uf
t orn, HVifrt, I'oiltlcr, Oat,if c.
.a'e to lie on Ihe prem.aee. where the ri ceased
formerly resided, when and where terms will oe
I hose prrsons having ( laims sgainst the estate
are . quested and lierrliy lotihed lo present Uipiii
in the legal prescrils d tune, or this notice will be
plead 111 bar of their recnveiy j and those indebted
will please make piymen immedisiely
K L. IIOUSIDN, tlxtrutrit.
January i, lr53 il,.
i I.L pemnis nidi blio J ime Knbinsne, dee'd.
JTSk will make imiHifia'e payment lo me. All
bavins; e'sims strsin.t said teiate, will present them
iceorniiig 10 law, or line lioln e will be p'ead in bet
jf lb ir ree"T.
S. P. ALEXANDER, Adm'r.
January 12 tW. Jhf . .
' mam i i
WWJE would respectfully announce to the citixens of Charlotte and "urroundini.
V lsr lev thet w s are rinw rorAiviniv anrl nnAninnr in 1trawlns Vab. o HtlQ.
J. B. KerrV Hotel, our FIRST STOCK
firm in the Northern Cities, consisting of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Groceries. Hardware, Chitlerv
fisagguig, jsvope ana & wine,
SBeebe's Leary's 8u Benin's fn
IXTegro shoes and blankets.
and in fact, everything in our line of businesa.
From the LADIES we would solicit a call, assuring them that we can and will Uki
pleasure in showing them much more than we could possibly enumerate here.
At our GOODS were bought exclusively for CASH, we feel awured that we will t
enablea to offer m great INDUCEMENTS, and as OOOD BAKQAlNaao purchaser! u
any other concern in the place. '
We solicit a call, aud although we can make no preat display in advertising ve ...
mine you we can iu the QUALITY and CHEAPNESS of our GOODS. ' ?
Oiarlotte, January 4, 1953.
WHOLESALE and ELBTJklh
1ITE re pectfully announce le the rimi s o
V V ceivrd. and new Her for sale at Heir
.VU, opposite Kerr's Hotel, a large slock nf
G- JEL O C ES 2FL IBS, ctec:,
CONSISTING IV PAKT OP
' Crushrd Cls'iflrd and Drown &l'lAI(,
J.iva and Km CllH f I.,
S'ensrt's best SYRUI'S,
Caudlee, Kica and Pepper,
THEY IIAVn, Al.o, ll0 A TOCK OF
Gunny and Dundee Bagging,
Negro BLANKETS, H00T8 and SHOES,
111 of which we iiilrml lt -l lower lh.ni nm erer be lure ef.
feretl in thia unirlsel.
n , , nnouw at mtAu i.i v.
Charlotte, December 15, 1S52. .ji
f t'PEKr'INK No ihern ms
CAKKIAt.K aid llAKNr
,mf. S ir.
OVERMAN & WILSON.
Jsnusrv 13 InjJ. 61 u
.f iJttt or Letter
REMAINING in IhsrVst Office for Ibe quar.
ter snd.i.j Uecsoihsr 31, Iei2
Johnaan, fain O
' Mrs Ann
Joass. Fslli- K
Kennon, C H
Ksrr J q M
I yles. J V IL n
Lewis. Wea U
Lloyd, Henry J
Auten, Freeland. S
A 'sanuer, Mrs r-ussn'h
atarga el fc
- tar.b F
" I r A (reeel'y
" llsniilien LK
" Lyili G
All'S-in, Heine A
Aadersne J M Kef
A eras. T 3
all son. VI us E A
Ahrsns, T W
Rnford J imee
H.irnoll. J II
Harnrlt. Mrs VI A
Rnlton. I.' W
R.si.n. W F Pr
B sir. Thmnae
Hrenl. I tvmss C
Bowman vV tn y
ReNtd. Nsmusl A
R a. k, Thomas A
Hlsrk. ol John
llm ksrman, II
Blunt. UenrfS VV
Millar John L
V 'Cinn, Ceo'ge
M'Anhor, I. wis
Msfeall, Vlrs -usan C
Montgomery. Ko sit
Marl n, r.hl ibeib
M-Csu sy K U
VI'Kalvay, John VI
VI in.m, Hiss V) J D
Vfsis, Mrs .Wli s
Vl'Whorier, John K
Vforris. .VI ss Ainsndo ,
VI'C.II, Mm -slh !l
N rwuod. Win
iNolui, Vlrs iWry
ols', IsatM ila K
Nusl Ila iid
lorwewi, Jseok M
Orr, Parsh J
Owen, George W
Osbwurn, W 0
FVtl.s, M.sa .vlsry Ann
Bar, hill, Robert
Caulhee, Juha T
' ruse a Hen
t'rii'snden, I. -S Esq
I sllnwsy. J VV
rostUnd B r
( snipbeil, Isase Esq
farksr. VV ui C
Polls. J .l.n
Pm rr Clisiies W
I'll k s Henry J
Query, J .liu or hairs 3
Win si hiiti 1
Rirhsrds. J lines
Kobssun, I. I i
RnlMSon. R J
Kng. rs. J VV
Uinkin, John .9
lloiris liebeoea 3
Smith, flurtnn 3
Swann, Jasper M
sei rlsi alley
Mary, a serv.nl
Hhosmsn, A Y
Schorl, J II
(Sunn y, Wm II 3
sterling. Vnsa ,11a ry E
A i real, Hugh M 3 ,
I lifmn, J I
I hslmsrs. Or
I ellon, James K
t reiirliion. Joseoh M
f 'astle Peter
Catbsy, iMs'giret 3
Davis, We W Dr
J.dm F Or
J I 3
J .mas Q
llaiwerm. Jamas II
Iter kits C F
UaVioiun, John, Esq
r.rwm, W C
' t i.
Flsgr Sl Co. s'age sgte
Karmw, RevTM 3
cVaiiiuel. a set rant
S. oil, J M
o'need Joeepii G
.Viiinmerville, K J
Springs Sl Wiihore
rpeniier, Goodman 3
(oan, W'm B
Slewsrt Nseliel K
Mi.lweli, John 3
Tayart, IMis Nam y
I inner, r-yilney 3
I orreuce, Chariea L
W'iliams, Luef A
Ww.dren, M It
W.iuiiis, Wire Fliisbelh
W'stson, I saae ts
Wilson I snder
Win.e J U
VV aker J tl Rsy 3
Vt ails Juim
Waikina F I.
W hitlow, ie.liuis 3
Hornet's Nest S
rsy, Mrs anr W
CI nn, Ifavid F
rier, K C
Crier, tiol W M
Cray, J ilin C
jrier, .VI r. Oorrae
eniry, M.rlin VV
Cialian, J A. f M
llendi rnn r ,tf .
llanherry. Ur II R
tlmiaei, A lea
lloes, lirs Jeremiah
ll-line, A It U W
Hope, tteoign N 3
llendns.in. W B 2
ILiiris, Charles 8
Howard, J M
Howe r, opllrllla
HsnderiOM Mrs M D
Uipp, Mra Margaret
ALXAMOtR UKAUAM, . H
OF GOODS, which were bought by oneTil!
CAICnO.V 1VA'I0 A: IM.ori.raj
t'l.sr ." spit ik. mKI irrniif iltvt
store in MR. BRdWLt'Y'Jl AIV UKlCK BUILD
I Mu-cvadn snd Cuba MOI. 4SSIS
rii(ar II Hje elj
Ts. of s i binds,
l fs. sli and Vin'rvr.
stvtt CJrerb Arntlrnty.
A Si'HUtM. under the shevs de-ign ition w ilts
Jm. pened for ihe reception of pnpus, nn i" l-i
. dsv nf J .nos y, ns.ier the sii'Tima ef K.
W. B Fsissiy. Sir. Pr..ly ie a f rsdusie ol En.
bine i'alieie, a gniamau ui a. in sisvueHOi e
leeching He win prepare JfObng men lot ad.m.i.
into sny of lhe coll geelassee. and g.e ib.rua(li a
irueluifl in Ibe rknnjes ususHy taught in aa aa.
The sehnls. tie jeer ill ewnsisl of two sc-ihsi,
o' five monms es. b. Tbs laua of lu liun aim
fnlhnes. v S :
F.lrmemers K..ili-h B-snehse per session. IS
fcaiflish Cramoi.r, Gsograpliy, llialory, eVe. M
Cl-a-ies, 15 j
G.l bosrding ran be i b sired convenient iv m
iedi-rjiy st ic d-illars per m villi.
The loeaixMa is ems mile, Wvai ef rhsilattr. m
e bealihy ririge and In tbe aild.C ef a mirai sas u-
Drcma -t J9 Iti.i.'. jntf
1 9 V II R siiheMrs rrs
1 Uft f. Hwi.d and I-.
in-" nirfOjeCii!! FlCa
New Iledicdl, Dr
' ' assj. r m amy am m
in t hftolla, nril d-mt i K. Ku 'ing Sic i o ' t
in( iofs, wltf-rn Hiry wiM ! plttssarif to c 'it p Bt4
no diif;i'af ancU b mtnif Jrrai:riH tona ft ho
tnn-a a Miy tw i-irtd riilir- W
ft in thia vie. in y Ihi-y Inn by tarn 44 '
tiitlt d aUrit liun ft uina, to inanl the awH
4ttd ptrun( nf a port on ot Una chhh. um(f A
lifiiplvfieaimiriina'ii uimvt ty arti -Ic in ih ir lir.a iU
hm kfpt on htn I. tnyihitr a a gvrirl at'c k ot
Fancy Artifirs, Vetfttmrry, Hair lrvhn
FU'ih Hru$hrs Feth (Huir$ Co tig mi
M afrrt Cartfrn 'rrtls. ) t Jjurn
nig Final Cantj'Jti'f. tj-c.
rhrateiaut. PUtiii-raand f-'armwri. and i
f art e i i in thir Mne. will do II I t !
I nf in and inakH u h exinin4liona aa will b"
ceaairv in ihnw lh bUi.itfa ar il iliJ hoat q n
4hd at l"W (ultra.
MMir-K A. II r.i n r. i 111.
Ck-trloft Jnnntmyb If '3 iiMf
First loer err TAirrf, Siiel Snr,
t. r.srsuw, wn son huntom, i ih . writs.
ds.-sirnid 1 tiers lor
I... Ilrij'k lliitlrt I
Lot in the low., of Chsrloits. sum"'
.... VI... .i,.l in lh. IMnrlli r'asU!'
portion ol id low n, sili.iii.ii.il 'ho luis ol J t .
hsill snd lr. M. M tltr. II not so d pnswl1
I uesd.iy of tha I ou n I y Court, it will I sold at pub
lic sale lo lhe high, si bidder on thai day I'ei"1 1
wishing lobuy will spp't tu Wm Johnston, r'"
or to JUII.N II. "
Jmuary f. 8;,3.
To ally Href t untotitrr.
A LI, persons llidel.liil lo me lor Heel pure...
I.I. persons indeiitid lo me lor Heel "l,r
il. duriiig the past sesson, sre r am uu J
H nurd lo ea I on my agent, Win r .C
md make p ! 'Ill i ediately. ss Ihis " '"' j
flesible rule. Ahoit selilemetiis make long l""' '
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llrr Ireel, and lh other raiitaiumg ICS "c" ''u
known ss ihe Hankm tra t. bntii ly I "' ""'"'u,
neif h'Mirhood and loniiely esnrd hv '
Ales sudor let ins- 13 months' enJr, " .
est Umm data, by gising Im.d ai d approved"
as at . ,. . ah a