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CHARLOTTE, C, TUESD.iY, JIWE 5, 1827:
[NO. 133.
PUBLISHED W RKKLY
Br LEMUEL BINGHAM,
£l Three Dollars a year^ paid in advance.
No paper will be discontinued, unless at tlie
discretion of the editor, until all arrearages are
paid.
Advertisements will be inserted at the usual
rates. Persons sending’ in advertisements, are
requested to note on the margin the number of
insertions, or they will be continued until forbid,
nnd charged accordingly.
BboK BZNDXNG.
The subscriber respectfully informs the cit
izens of Salisbury, and the surroiinding
rountry, that he has established a Poor Kin-
iiEUTin said town, on Main Street, u few doors
hoiitl» of the C. House; where he will be thank
ful to receive any kind of work in his line of
business. From a number of years experience,
in Europe and America, he feels confident of
being able to give entire satisfaction to all those
wlio may favor him with any description of
lilMUNR.
Di.ank Dqokr made to order, after any pat
tern furnished, on short notice, and at prices
whicii no one can complain of.
Ividies’ Fanct Wohk Boxes made to or
der.
Otn Books RKBorNT), either plain or orna
mental, on the most moderate terms. All or
ders from a distance, faithfully attended to.—
The patronage of the public is respectfully so-
Lcited, by their obedient servant,
.1. H 1)K CARTEHET.
I Salisbury, April 28th, 182f.—4t;>2.
I VvvbVic EinteTlaiument.
The subscriber informs his friends and the
public, that he has purchased that well
known establishment, lately owned and occupi
ed by Dr. Henderson, and is now prepared to
entertain travellers and others, who may please
to call on him ; and no exertions will be spared
to render them comfortable, and their stay a-
j^eeable. His table will be furnished with ev
ery variety which tlie country affords; his bar
with the best of licjuors ; and his stables with
plenty of provender, and careful servants will
ffe in constant attendance.
HUBERT I. DINKINS.
Charlotte, April 20, 1 «26. • 80
WatcAies & Je'weWcY'j.
THOMAS TROTTER & CO.
Takes this method to in
form the public, that
they have opened a sliop in
Charlotte, in the house lately
occupied by Doct. Samuel
' Hendersoti, on the nnth side
of the Court-!loxise, where
I they are well prepared to re
pair all kinds of
eei^itriirs Clorttus,
Rt the shortest notice. They hope, by a con
stant attention to business, to merit the public
patronage. They have on hand and for sale,
tile following articles :—
Gentlemen’s gold patent lever Watches;
Ladies’ do. do. do.
Silver lever and plain do.
Chains, Seals and Keys, Slides and Rings;
Breast Pins, Finger Kings, and Ear Kings;
Silver Table and Tea Spoons ;
So\ip Ladles and Sugar Tongs;
Silver Spectacles, green and white, to suit
all ages;
Military Buttons, Lace and Epaulotts;
Toadies’ Work Boxes and Ucticnlcs ;
Bags and Clasps; Thimbles, &c. &c. 8tc.
17*
House isi liinteYtaiument,
And Stage House, at the sign of the Eagle
in Charlotte, North-Carolinu, l)v
lalJ6 KOHEKT WATSON.
Notice.
As the subscriber has removed to the state
of Georgia, he informs those who are in-
debtc! to the firm of A. ik A. Hoyl, that th ir
notes are in tiie hands of Andrew Moyl, who
visiles tlieni paid imnicd*ately.
'I'he subsrriber having appointed Fli lloyl
his agrnt to transact bis Idisiness, infornib ihoue
v. iio arc indebted to him individually, tliat tlieir
notes are in tiie hands of the said Eli lloyl, to
whom payment can be made ui\til the first day
^f December next; after wiiicii time, those
^hat are due and unsettled, w ill be placed in
tlic hands of an oflicer for collection.
ADAM IIOYL.
I/uicoln flounty, March 21, IH27.—
XoWec.
be sold, at the Cotirt-Housc in
* Concord, on the 3d Monday in .July
Tiext, i)y urder of the Court of Picas and
Quarter Scss.ioiis, one negro man named
Kfinmrd^ who was cotnmitt-d to the jail
oi the county twelve montlis ago, and
said he l)elon;,;e(l to one Johnson, a tradt'r
in negroes. Saiil fellow is of middle
stature, tolerably stout built, and light
color, and is now to be sold according to
act of Assembly, to use of tlie county
and satisl’aclion of jail fees, See.
.1. W. HAMILTON, fSherlff.
ConmnJ, ^^prii lo, 18*r. onil40
Kntry I'likors’ Warrants,
For sale, at this f)(Tice.
Walc\\es & Jc'weWeYy.
Thomas Trotter Co.
Respectfully informs the public that
they have received and ofi’er for sale a few
gold and silver patent lever Watches, (gentle
men and ladies) a few good plain Watches,
Warranted; gentlemen and ladies’ gold Chains,
Seals and Keys ; some handsonie Breast Fins,
^i^P^'r lings, Ear Kings, Pearl and Filigree,
and Paste in setts, &c. he. ; all or any part of
which we will bc U low for cash.
(Mocks and Watches repaired at the shortest
notice, and warranted to perform. Cash given
for gold :tnd silver.
N. B. We expect to receive in a short time
some elegant Military and plated Goods, &c.
Charlotte, May 14, 1827.—30
JCoticc.
M’OOMB & COOPER,
JAVING entered into copartnership in the
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Mercantile Business, have now on hand,
at their Store 12 miles so\»th of Charlotte, on
the public road leading from Ciiarlotte to
Camden, S. C. a large assortment of
Dry Goods, Hard Ware, Sadlcry,
Crockery, Glass Ware, and
a quantity of Groceries,
which they will sell low for Casu.
May 5th 1827.—4t32.
C\\eap Goods, for CasAi.
The subscriber hasjust received and is now
opening his srpply of Spring Goods, which
he will sell at unusually low prices, for Ccui/i
only.
CHEEN KENUUICK.
Charlotte, May 5, 1827.—4t32. •
A\>VYei\Vlces.
WANTED, at this OlTi^e, two boys, 15 or
16 years of age, a^ Apprentices to the
Printing Business.
cjY.iivm.i.v.
All those indebted to me as Guardian for
JAMES CLARK, are requested to make
payment at our County Court, or confess judg
ment. 'I’hose who fail to avail themselves of
this friendly notice, will find their notes in the
hands of the proper officer for collection. No
further indulgence will be given.
MA IT'HEW WALLACE, Guardian.
May 10, 2827.—3t33r.
W'UkeslwYo’
IS now open and amply porvid-
cd for tiie accomodation ofvi.s-
iters. Its local situation on the
valley of thti Yadkiii, nearly cen
tral between the Blue Hidge and tlif* Brushy
Mountain, is picturesque, healthful and inviting.
Add to this, a pure and salubrious atmosphere,
excellent water, the agreeable society of a plea
sant village, spacious and commodious rooms,
a well supplied Ice-House, and but little woulci
seem wanting to insure the traveller a few
weeks ri.pose and enjoyment among the Moun
tains.
The subscriber has been accustomed to this
line of business in one of our northern cities;
and he assures those disposed to favor him with
a call, that no exertion shall be wanting, on his
part, to render them comfortable.
'I he lines of Stages from Salem to Knoxville,
and from Cheraw to \\ ilkesboro’, stop at the
Hotel, atlording an easy access to the above es-
tai.lishment. Fare, five cents per mile—Way
passengers six and u quarjter cents.
G. V. MASSEY.
Wilkesboro’, N. C. April 22, 1827.—8t.‘]5.
liesultoYy.
The American Bible Society, held
their anniversary meeting at the City
Hotel, New-York, on Thursday mor
ning, May 10. DeWitt Clinton, one
of the Vice-Presidents, was in the chair.
The Rev. Dr. Day, President of Yale
College, commenced the exercises of
the day by reading the 7th chapter of
Micah. Gov. Clinton then delivered
an address.
The receipts of the Society during
the year ending 1st of May, have a-
mounted to {§64,761 13-—which is jjll,-
774 19 more than those of the preceding
year. Of the whole amount, j'5,3t)G-
i'9 were received in payment for Bi
bles and Testaments,9,2S2 83 as free
donations, {?4,22j as subscriptions to
pay the debt on the Society’s House, i
and '^2,970 as permanent loans.
Nuniber of Jiihh\s printed-^WxiWw
the past year there have been printco
at tile Society’s cstablishnient, or are
now in pross, 45,500 Bibles and 35.700
Testaments. There iiave been pur
chased 171 German and Dutch Bibles,
and 313 (Jerman 'reslainents. Tot.n,
76,734, which, added to 5o2.!i()H b'-
fore reported, make a grand t dal ol
»i09,G36, prijited or purchased by the
Society since its formation in ISls.
Jiibles issued from the IJcj/os/foy.
— During the year, there ha\t- been is
sued from the De|)Ository S5,«76. Bi
bles and 35,745 Testaments. Total
71,621 : which, added to 450,014 issu
ed in the ten preceding years, make a
grand total of 511,608. Of the issues
tiic past years, 53,337 have in various
ways been disposed of to auxiliary and
other Societies and individuals. A still
greater number n)ight have been sold,
had the rules of the Society permitted
sales to those w'ho are not members.
Tiie number of Bibles and Testaments
gratuitously aj)propriated during the
year, is 13,2S6.
The Aincricatj Tract Society held
their second annual nit-eting at the Mid
dle Dutch Church in Nassau street. New
York, on the 10th ult. N. V. S. Wil-j
der, tlie President of the Society, was j
in the chair. The income of the Socie
ty dur'ug the past year amounted to
S30,413 01. The number of pages
j)iit into circulation during the year, in
cluding 6,453 bound volumes, is 24,-
768,2f>2 ; and since the Society was j
formed, 28,37.9,732. '^l'ii-re now re
main in the General Depository 15,-
426,2GS.
ment was negatived by a vote of 152 to
11(5. The duty on American flour, as it
now stands, amounts nearly to a jjrohibi-
lion. ' JournaU
Doct. V. (\ Cahbcell,
1NFOHMS his friends and the public, j
tliat he has taken the shop recent
ly occupicl by Ur. 1). T. Caldwell,
where he can at all times be tbuinl, |
except when ])rofcssionally engaged. 1
As lie will devote his tune solely to i
his profession, he hopes to receirc a share of I
public patronage.
April 28, 1827.—5t32.
DOCTORS
Thos. I. Johnson tS: Thos. Harris,
Having associated in the practice of MED-
. ICINE, res])ectfully tender their service-s,
in the several de])artments of their profession,
to tlie citizens of Charlotte and its contiguou>*
country. They can at all times be found, at ;
tlieir newly establisbed shoj), on the lot form
erly occu]>ied b_\ Dr. riiontas Henderson, two
buiulred yanls south of tlie Court-House, e.\-
rept when professionally engagni. I'hc) are 1
in daily expeetatli/U of afresh and gei.uine a.s-
sortment of Medleine lro:n Philadelphia and i
\ew-Vork. 23*
JAMES HOP.ISON, sen has lost or misl.iid
two notes, the one on Nathan Orr, of one
hundred dollars, with a credit of about on
said note; the other >n Alexander Parks, of
ninety-fire dollars. All jiersonsare liertby tore-
warned fro)n trading fur said notes; and should
any person tind the uIhixo defined notes, it w ill
be a know kgLd as u tavor, if they be returned
to mt, James liobi^on, sen.
.I.\MES KOBISON, sen.
May 15, 182r--'::t:.3r.
the subsci'iber, on the 12tli inst. u bay
MAKE, about 5 yi ars old, both bind teet j
white and a star in b r fate. Also wentodj
witli li' T a b;iy eoit, alniiit 10 montlis old. 1 e\-
peet them to m ike on to Lincoln County. Any
person that will taUi' them up and convey in
formation to this oHiee, shall ije reasonably re
warded.
ABNEU M’GINTV.
Mav 14, 18:7.—3t 3.1.
[,)ccdv, for at
In a dibcussiofi which took place on the
Corn Laws, in the British Mouse of
Commotis on the 19th of March, wiicn
the resolution imposing a duty on the
Ijarrcl ut' flour of 19(> lbs. equal to the
duty payaijle on six bushels of wheat,
Ml', (irant sfu’cd that the existing pro
tection was large cnoucjh. The price of
flour at Walorlbrd, he stated to be 36
shillings tiie batrrl. The price of A-
merican bonded Hour i\t Liverpool, as
stated in oilicial documents,* was 2G shil
lings ; and if the duty of 20 shillinijs was
added, it was evident that it could not
come into competition with the Irish
Hour. He addtd, tliat he could not
forget the situaticjn in which I’rnjland
stood with respect to the United Slates.
Any further protectin{j duty would be an
absolute prohibition of American Hour.
Mr. Peel, iti some subsequent rcmaiks,
said, “ lie was satistied that the (juan-
lity of Hour likely to be im])oricd from
the United StatJ-s could occasion no
dat.j;er, and if the iiiitish I’arliainent
excluded almost the only article capable
oi' being sent from America, we might
say wha' we pleased about Iil)eral [irinci-
ples and IVi e trade, but we should
get little credit for our assertions. The
U. S. (he contitiued) were ilerived with
us from one common origin, and spoke
one common language, and ii’the first op-
poi tunity were iluib taken, of excluding
an article of manufacture, the residents
on the other side of the Atlantic would
think that the real object was, not t(i pro
tect the millers of Ireland, but to gratify
some lurking animosity, which might
|)roduce retaliation, intinilely more dan
gerous aiul disadvantageous tiian the pos
sible intrcduction of a small quantity of
Hour.” 'J’he remarks were produced by
an amendment ofl'cred by Sir Jolin New
port, proposing an additional duty ol
four sbillings (nearly a dollar) per barrel
on imported flour. Our readers will thus
perceive, that, testy as (ireat Britain
shows hersell' to be whenever we propose
any increase of luly on her products,
she is ready with propositions to tax our
commodities, at all times. It is but fair
to *bat S;r .4obrt an^ead-
In the March number of the I.ondon
Sporting Magazine, we find, among the
acivertisemetits, several which in our in
fancy of taste am\ greenness in the science of
spending money unnecessarily, will sound
to us somewhat strangely.
1st. We have an advertisement from
“Smith’s Lo^ Biscuit Manufactory—
warranted prepared from wheat and out
Hour.” 'I he Dog Biscuit baker has
been honored by the iniroduction of his
biscuits into the kenneis of stag and f x
hounds of several noblemen and gentle
men. It appears they “ have been tried
against oatineul,” ami proved vic torious,
being found “a superior food for the
kennel.” They are 20 shillings |,er cwt.
—and are recommended by the certifi
cates of the sporting gentlemen. This
must sound strange to us, when we read
ui the pdpers ol the same age, nay the
siime day, as well as countrj, of the
.Ustress ol the Manchester weavers
and ..he Irish peasantry : the former
'jeing in a state of actual starvation, and
ilie latter inulupiying their specie^', but
emaciating their I'orms on tea and pota
toes. Would It not be well if some of the
.’togslieads of dog biscuits, warranted,
js they ar‘, ‘o be of wheat and oat flour,
were directed to the cottage of the wea
ver and the cabin of the peasant, rather
than the dog kennel I
2dly. The Nimrod, a new coach, is
started from London to Southampton,
“ in eight hours lo a minute,” to which
are added three notes of admiration—!!!
li is warranted that “the"above con
cern will be conducted on the fust
principles of modern voachinp;.'* We think
ihree notes of admiration might have
appended lo this flourish. We should
be gl.i ' of a little insight into the *• prin-
ci; les of coaching.” Alas, and alack-a-
day ! »e arc yet two or three centuries
behind tireat Britain, not only in the in
vention of luxuries, but in the proper ap
plication of language—in the baking of
dog biscuits, as well as in the adaptation
of principles to coaching.
."div. Tompson’s patent self adapting
saddle. The advantages of this saddle
appear to be that it will fit any and every
horse, and without injuring the most
tender .skin. ^Ve have nothing to say a-
bout this, except that some of our own
saddlers should catch the idea.
The number of the sporting Magazine,
which favors us with the above annunci
ations, contains little else which can in
terest us. There is a great deal of space
occupied by an article on the English
game law.s, which are the disgrace of
that country, and the wonder of ours ;
the spirit of the article may be under
stood by the concluding paragraph as to
the existing laws—“I’he popular cry,
we know, is against them; but let them
(the members of Parliament) be firm :
“ The Nation sinks, by darling schcmcs oppres
sed,
“When vcngcance listens to the fool’s request.”
This proves that “ Nimrod,” who signs
the article, is a prodigious aristocrat, as
well as “ a mighty hunter.”—Nat. Journal.
Kmigratlon from ICurope to this coun
try is every year increasing. From Great
Britain it is greater than from any other
part of the globe : for since the first of
May, near three thousand steerage pas
sengers must have arrived in the dif
ferent shij)s that sailed frotn England and
Ireland. The IhtHrnr arrived at ^uel)PC
from Belfast with 229 settlers ; the Cam-
illus, at New York, with 153 ; the Iloxiard
Ihui'la.s.t^ IHl ; Dalhnusie Cast If,, 70 ; ship
India., 76 ; liohert Eduutrds^ -M ; (’lemnlis,
r.;] : Josrp/iine^ from i’elfast, 158; Great
Jiritain, l.'>2. To this list many others
might lie added. 'I'he New York (la-
zette of yesterday, iu noticing the same
subject says :
“Trom Satui-day to Wednesday, in
clusive, there were 11.'') arrivals at this
port, viz: :j.T ships, ISbi igs, ,'i.l schtjoners,
and 21 sloops. 'I’hese vessels brouf'ht
dhout fifteen hundred passe II fi;rr.'>\ the grea
ter ])roportion of whom are emi
grants from Great Britain. Numer
ous other vessels from Europ(‘, now duo,
have also on board, as we arc informed,
a great many emigrants, and we also
learn, from a late number of the Glasgow
Chronicle, that several of the persons
about to abandon their native home for
the United States, have long been in
Glasgow, and were conside.-ed as the
most cHicient in iheir respeclive trades.
'Po such persons a hearty welcome is al
ways extended.” Philadelphia paper.
In the year 170.5, the following occur
red at Nismes, in Languedoc.: A gar
dener’s ass having brought some goods
to market, and being unloaded, while the
master was busily engaged, went into
t-he Chuxc^. whiwh ^’as i>ard by tUeetand^
and, meeting with the basin of holy wa
ter, took a hearty draught of it; but the
poor beast being unfortunately detected
and seized in the act, was tried by a for*
mal process for sacrilege. Counsel, in
deed, was allowed the ass, but the evi
dence being clear, judgment was pro»»
nounced against the grave animal, that
he should be first hanged, and then burnt;
the gard«ner being, at the same time^
condemned to pay all the exp*nses of thb
process. Engligh paper*.
We understand, that the Burmese anrf
Mtighs invariably bury their treasure and
gods in the north-east angle of their tem-
l>le.s. W’e have had this intelligence fronr
exci llent authority, and we doubt not i*t
uill appear somewhat curious to our
Masonic, readers.—India Oazcttc.
.Ineedoicnf Sir Richard Jebh.^^'w Rich
ard being caiicd to see a patient wh6
fancied himself very ill, told him ingen^
uously what he thought, and dcclincd
prescribing, thinking it unnecessary.
“ Now you are here,” said the patient^
“I shall be obliged to you. Sir Richard*
if you will tell me how I must live, what t
may eat, and what I may not.” “ My di
rections as to that point,** replied Sir
Richard, “will be few and simple. You
must not cat the poker, shovel or tong^s^
for they are hard of digestion ; nor th«
bellows, because they are windy'; butan^
thing else youplease.”
A curious case of seduction and itV
punishment occurs in the last French
papers. A Spanish Count having seduc*
ed a young woman, was sentenced, unle*^
he made restitution to her by marriage,
to be sent to hard labor at the galleys for
four years. The seducer preferred thj
punishment to the tying the marriag^
knot.
The late Dr. Home, Bishop of Nof>
wich, among his collection of anecdote.*?
has the following:—In one of our univer
sities there were six physicians ; of two,
their breath was very offensive, one wa3
remarkably slender, two were exceeding-^
ly quarrelsome and turbulent, and on(i
was very ignorant of his profession*
They were called plague^ pestilenre antf
famine^ battle^ murder^ and sudden death.
Mirror.
A nei/) Species of fraud.-—\ man walp
lately summoned before a Magistrate in
London, charged with a species of fraud
hitherto unknown—viz. selling his wife
to another man for ten guineas, and then
passing another man’s wife oo the pur
chaser instead of hisown«
Wilkes, on jhe receipt of «
challenge from Horne Tooke, sent tho
following reply Sir, I do not think
it my business to cut the throat of every*
desperado that may be tired of his Iif«,
but as 1 am High Sheriff for the city o^
London, it may hap|>en that I may short^*
ly have an opportunity of attending you
in my oflicial capacity, in which ease X
will a»iwer for it, that you shall have n^
ground to complain of my endeavors to
serve you.”
Last Friday, a sloop called the Amhasi
sador^ loaded with whiskey, was uj)sct
and sunk in the North River. If a Ja*
maica sugar ship with a few boxes ot*
1 lemons, had gone down at the same time,
I the fishes would have had a fine jollifica-
[ tion on punch. Noah»
The Montgomery, (AIabama,)/oj//7i(7^
of the 11 th lilt, slates that Flour vas man~
ufacturcd in the vicinity of that place, on*
the 4th inst. from wheat of the present
year’s growth ; being the earliest produc
tion of that grain, within the knowledge
of the editor.
A shop keeper, recommending hi^
(»oods to a lady said~‘Madam, it will
wear forever and make you a petticoat af-
! terwards.’
Rnnnr.uY.—On .Saturday last a wago..
ner from Pitisbnrg, of the name of Beui-,
started from this city, with his team, on
his return home, after having sold his
flour. About nine miles on the West
Chester Road, he was stopped by two
I men who demanded his money. He re,.
' sisted so vigorously and successfully, that
he mastered the two men and bad them
both on the gronnd, when two other vil
lains came to their assistance,knocked tha
wagoner down, siabed him with a knife,
through the coat twenty-two times, five
of them entering the body. They then
robbed him of about 40 dollars. He was
found bleeding and exhausted, on the
ground, and carried to a neighboring'
house, whtre he now lies dangerously ill.
These are the same gang which lately
broke into a house near Rising Sun, qjj
the Germantown-rtJad.
Fhiifid, Jknr^ncHic
    

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