TUESDAY MOIINING, 'SKI'T. 10, l.'CJ.'
Mr. Floyd, a representative from Vir
Uiia, at whose instance fie call was made
tpon the President for Mr. Russell's let-
jfer, has replied to the chaise muda by Mr.
kdarns, that he '(Mr. Floyd) thade it at
he special request of Mr. Russell ; and
has denied the fact. He also scouts at
he insinuation that the call was made for
electioneering purposes. Mr. Adams
jnajr have been misinformed ; but appear,
juices are certainly very much against Mr.
'loyd. But whatever may have been Mr.
I'loyd'i motives, there can be no miaukc
s to Mr. Russell's. The public, howe
cr, are as much bound to believe in the
statements of Messrs. Brent and Bailey
as those of Mr. Floyd, until the former
tiiall be convicted of falsehood or tergiv.
crsation, unless the mere fact of being
ilcrkt Jn some one of the Departments,
inder the present administration, shall be
onsidered as firima Jucie, evidence of
ant of integrity. It is therefore unfor
tunate for Mr. Floyd, that he should find
It necessary, for his own vidicaiion, to in
sinuate a suspicion of the credibility of
tpthers, who, for ouht tiie public knows,
fir Mr. Floyd has shown, ate equally enti
led to belief with himself. If an ihdivid-
lil wishes to clear himself from any im
putation, by the crimination of others, he
tuust produce something more than in-
Bmuaiions, or his simple rjne dixit : the
jblic will demand proofs. It is not
nough for him to say, that because a man
Ba clerk, hi shall not place confidence
ii him : for with just as much propriety
hight the constituents cf Mr. Floyd s:y,
l at i hry would not believe in any state
ments he should make, respecting their
jblic concerns, because he is their ser
"sint, and dependent on their good-will,
capricious smiles," for the cominu-
Bwee of his office.- There, is therefore,
,rncthing peculiarly reprehensible id the
nnner,- sornethiiiK, but we will not
,ve it the epithet which it deserves, in
.hich he speaks of Messrs. Brent and
UUiley : " It is .oii.V they rtny be rc
spectable, know nothing of them 1" Is
ftonsible they ma v be resectable ? And
Uj it is fi'juil'le Mr. Floyd may be respect-
-le; ne know nothing of l.im. The
n .uibthtiri arc no more against the one
B an the other.
We should not have noticed Mr. Floyd's
liter, had it nut become the fashion now-
days, among a certain class, to cry down
imott every individual connected with
j e administration, from the President,
t.e Set rctaries ol Slate, War, and Navy,
l-i the cleiks in these departments and
!o rrrrcsent them as unwoithy the confi
dence and favor cf the people We have
Ja'.hir.g to d.) with the cisricpaiicc be
crn the stttttments of Mr. Adams end
!r. Floyd ; it is a matter cf little interest
1 1 us u hich u cci rcc t : but w e do not be-
Jte that tl.e a.lmiiiistiaiion has hist, or
j undeserving of, the confidence of the
Ccop!c and wc cannot, ihcnfure, but con-
Jcmn the attempts of a .rr- .arty to rrn-
rlhat a.'.ihliiiirdtiun, unj neatly all who
e connect "I with it, o,!nus and unpvp-
m) Tin mimi roxmi n.
It it a Let, that the time (': which Mmrronr
f.ni. as tleeti (I to the Senate ol the
. from tliis State, xpirvs with the nest hes
ti of Conrrcw. It ii a no lew subb"rn fact.
it Ik will tu.f rvt. fllwi. ,irm ' If ic lint.
H "aikc the inquiry tin n, vm ..:.',' icctidtum!
II Tc cm be 111, l(Mi!t but J.ms Uu.srM, F.
J a he clrctnl Huh tc i it iuvtnanlikt ron-
fcj 'tin public ii-mrc. anJtakr.!" csnibiucJ with
I purity of jiopiitur pvinriplci, lave any Wright
1 1 the iicvt h-piuttiiv. IT tur "Carolinian,"
il M Hrcnrtler." h-.ivt aiwohtcrtmna. we shouM
K'iwl to hear tlicm. I hry certainly have none
Knout nuiure. Nor tan tlirrc lc nomiiu-
! more Capable, ami Jiienlng man. A' it
I ill npftcar otherwise, our mijtako will be
! Jingly re t.fird.
It will bn ;een from the above article,
I at the Halifax Compiler announces two
facts." In the first one be u certainly
'irrct : the' term or Gen. Stokes dors
l iie i:h ihe next SeSkiun of Conr-res.
ul us for the " stubborn f.icf," c trust
iliilml.l rrri!i l.rr until we l.c.ir li un.
I trity. ' Wc cannot assert it as a " fact,"
j'lt Gen. Stuke will again suiter his
fuie to be held up as a candidate ; but,
lr"in indirect information, wc believe such
!1 bs the csc. If so, wc rppc.il tt the
cr.nc'cr cf'thu Compile!' wbclhcr Hen.
Stokes should not bo re-elected. Will
Mr. Branch, or any of the other cainh.
dales spoken of, fill the station with more
usefulness to the state, than the present
incumbent? Cen. Stokes has spent a
good portion of his life, for the last 30
years "past, in the service of N. Carolina ;
he has performed all his trusts faithfully
and with ability. Why now, in his ad
vanced years, and with the advantage of
long experience, shall we throw the old
faithful servant away,1 and pick up a new
one, who, to say the most, will not pos
sess superior ratifications. We see no
good reason for it ; and we do not believe
the Legislature of N. Carolina will act in
The President of the United States has
issued his Proclamation, declaring the
ports of the United States opened to En
glish vessels coming from the ports and
colonics in the West-India Islands, under
the dominion of Great Britain, the said
ports having been previously, by act cf
Parliament, opened to the vessels of the
United States. Wc rejoice that this war
of restrictions has now terminated, and
trust that the re-establishnient of a direct
trade with the British West-Indies will
produce all the beneficial e fleets anticipa
ted. That it will have a good effect on
the commercial interests of North-Carolina,
then; can be no doubt : and while
we congratulate our brethren on the sea
board, on the revival cf their trade, we
are not without hopes of feeling its genial
influence in this quarter of the slate.
Interesting fact In tjjc steam boat
Hornet from Natchitoches, arrived seven
Mexican citizens, from the interior of that '
empire, with about fifty thousand doltars
in coin and bullion, which they have
brought to this market for the purpose of
The British ship CowVjCapt. Pt ruiE,
arrived at Liverpool on the 8th July, from
this port, in 21 days passage ; completing
three voyage between the two ports, in
exactly ten m-wAr having sailed from
Liverpool on her first voyage, on the 8th
of Sept. last. The time occupied in mak
ing the six passages acrosi the Atlantic,
was i72 days the distatce i computed
to be 36CO miles; which gives a total of
21,600 miles. -rhis-pet forn.ance is, we
belie ire, w ithout a parallel in the history
of our commercial intccourse with Great
Brit ain. CVi a rU4t on Cwrisr .
Sail Cloih.m Wc arc pleased to be able
to announce the successful establishment
of a manufactory of Sail Cloth, on a new
and improved principle at Stoneham. near
thiscitvtby a .sir. Johnson. Bolts of dif
ferent numbers of Mr. Johnson's manu
facture have been sent for inspection to
the Charleston Navy Yard, whose fabric
has been declared, by competent Judges,
to be decidedly superior, in beauty tmd
strength, to ,ny article of the kind ever
exhibited in the Lrntrd States. It is hop
ed, that the enterprising proprietor will
meet with such encouragement as will re
ward l.ispraiic worthy exertions to ir.i
prove our domestic manufactures.
SEVV VOIIK, AVG. 10.
A remaikabJc vegetable production
may be sren at (. 1 hoi bum b"Sons' seed
stoic, No. '0, Nassau street. It was rais
rd in the garden of Mr. Isaacsof this city,
from a vine, the seed of which Mas sup
posed to be the Caiitclope Melon, and re
scmbling, in shape, size, and appearance,
a Haitlesnakc, lying t:i coil, ready to
vprinir. It measures three feet nine in
ches long, bend six inches in ciicumfcr
ence, uiid tail three inches.
runs ths (.loiuu iMii riHii.
Mr. .ijr. rrcuming that everr
thing calculated tr add to the pleasures
and varieties of the table, will be acceptable,
t take the liberty of mentioning, that the
or 'I t.'rur;;j, makes a tnotit excel
I lent lie, or tart. I was induced to try it
from an article in a late paper in w hich it
wsssta'cd that the Buenos Ayrcans used
this vegetable in that way, and many cth
er ways unknown here. Now for the re
ccipt Fi rst get your Tomatoes slice
and place them in pastry, after adding
proper portions of sug;if and spice then
b .kc in an oven till done, Sc &c. I ry it
if von rhoose, yourself, and I think you
will find it preferable even to peach pic.
A company of German emigrar.ts,cigb
tv-fMirin nnnitat'i passed through this vi
tv n Sunday morning, on their way to
Ohio. We fcre informed thi y profess the
Jewish faiih; but, what is most remarka
ble is, thrv ul! tonka up one family, con
sisting of grandfathers, grandmothers,
sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daugbtcrs-in-IuMf,
cran-JcUldrcn, &c all cor.ne ctcii.
They appear to be rich for settlers, having
brought with tliem from Germany wagons,
harness., and various kinds of goods, wares
unci merchandize, sullkient to fill ten bag
gage wagons. . In two of , the wagons, it
must however, be observed, they found
room to deposit the children. The men
and women trudged on fcjot. The long
beards, broad rimmed halt, smallclothes,
and short coats of the former, with the
drugget bed gowns and red undcrdress of
the latter, gave the whole group singu
larity of aspect, such as was well calcula
ted to arrest the attention of the passing
traveller. Philadelphia Union.;-'
' ' SPANISH ARMY AND NAVY.
The Spanish government appropriated,
in 1820, upwards of nine million of dol
lars lor the expenses of the navy depart
ment for the two political' years ending
this month : But the actual receipts for
the purpose do not amount to half the ap
propriation. I he arrears due to the La
val officers, artizans, and day laborers, are
upwards of 1,220,000 dollars. Many of
them have received no pay for six, tight,
ten, and fourteen months. The construc
tion of two or thrjee frigates is suspended
in the ports of Spain for want of materials
and funds. While such is the condition
of the Spanish navy, the army receives
regular pay. The reason for this prefer
ence of the army is the political situation
of Spain. ' he army restored the pres
ent comparatively (ree constitution of that
country, and is justly considered to be its
firmest support. These facts we derive
roni a source of the highest respectabili
ty at Madrid, and are implicitly to be re
lied on Frank. Goz.
In this county, on Thursday, the 5th instant,
by the Rev. J. I). Kilpatrick, Mr. Thumut Hull,
to Mm. .Ifurjuret Graham.
' .. .I J x ... .
Very suddenly, near thi town, on Tuesday
hr 27th of August last, Mrs. Xar'artt Locke,
(aged 62.) wife of JIaj. John I ante. Although,
according to the dispensation if Pros idence,
M..j. Locke could not but expect that he and his
amiahlc corTipanion must soon be separated in
thi world, (as they w ere both advanced in y ears,)
yet so itidden and afflictive was the bereavement,
that it gave a shock to bis sensibilities and aflc-c-tions
which his natural stay in this vale of tesrs
can never remove, but must tinge w ith gric
the latest day of his terrestrial existence.
Mrs. Locke wss, perhaps, as perfect an exam.
pie of domestic felicity as the country afforded.
She wss placid in her temper i kind and chari
table in her disposition ; and chute and piou in
She lived, loved and respected by an affection
ate husband, anil sn extensive circle of relatives
and friends ; and died mourned and lamented by
In the vicinity of this place, on the C-lth day
of August, Met. tUizubnk Inf, tile of Alex
ander I-ong, Sen. Km. In this truly excellent
woman, were happily united all the virtue es
sential in 'Tunning that character hose price the
wise king of hrael, has declared to be above
rubies." Simple, gentle, and unaffected in her
manners, she was hospitable without parad
and benevolent without otctiu:i.n. The poor
and dependent will long remrmbcr her as their
benefactress anJ friend j whit.' l.tr numerous
and sorrowing friends and aciaiaintauces wiU
bear If stimony to the truth, siscerity, gentle
nest and candour, by which she uas, in so emi
nent a degree, distinguished, l'.ul what adds a
lustre, and give an excellence to her character,
superior to all other virtue and accomplish
mcnts, b, that uiufTorted piety and faith in jV
ius, which shed a mild radUncc over Iter dcrlin
!; tun. Tried, severely tnci!, in the funiace
of tiliction, she was enabled, through faith in
Christ, submissively to kia the rod, and w ith
transports cf holy joy, to bless and to adore the
kind, yet Almighty hand, that inflicted the blow.
Supported and comforted by that blessed Be
ing who " can make dy ing beds feel soft as dow ny
pillow s are," has faith in him and confidence m
(.ixl, spread an inrHabla consolation over her
dying hour; which wss etitcndcd to her affec
tionate husband and afflicted children. In the
full assurance that she is now in the complete
enjoyment of that never-ending "rest, whuh
a ir:iins for the people of Cod," they find a con
fikliun that the wot JJ cannot give. To her sur
viving friends, especially to her flinalo asso
ciates, who are descending the i ale of j ears,
" though dead, yet nhc "pcakrtli," and, in a nice
i ileniii ks that grave to w hich her mortal re
ni.'iins have been committed, bids them "pre
J ure to die, to prepare to meet their God," to
prepare to stand before the judgment seat of
Christ t tells them, that sn aflcctiug moment must
soua tome, w hen faith in Christ ar.d a hi like
hcr, vill It t!t'irc;ilycciiiolatis;nauduiipa:ti
will be to tlwlr jiouLi, an anchor, and
stcalfut," May Cud, of hi infinite gwxliicis,
giuot thai the influence of this cxumpp may
not be lost on them. Should any doubts remain
(i thciv minds, us to the efficacy of n;ltf ion,
ami a well grounded hope in Jesus, to blunt the
keen arrow of aHV.et.imi, to support them,
mi.l the agonic uf severe dine.-iw., to wrlootli tiie
bed of death, uud to simtain the in amid the o
Icinnities of a dying houri let t'nem look to the.
r xJimplo of their departed friend, let them,
"mark the perfect, and behold the upright
man ; seeing that the end of that man i.i peace j"
and every doubt munt be removed, .The. fer
vent aiid unceiuiiig prayer of their wmlj will
then be" Let me, also, die the death of the
righteous, and let my lait end be like his."
" Heaven f ive us friend i to blcs the present
Resume them to prepare u for the next."
At Letington, Ken. Thomus Dougherty, Esq.
who w as, at the time of his death, Clerk of the
House of Representative of the United States
the duties of which station he had filled for 8
years, with uncommon correctness and fidelity.
THERE will be sold, at the plantation tthere
on Martha Drown now live, on the head
water of Coddle Creek, on Wi-drttdav. the
5th inatant, ope young murr , sundry heads of
cattle and hogs, a quantity ot larmmg tools, with
household an J kitchen furniture, about i'M bush
el of corn, one half of which will be sold for
ciit.'i a quantity of wheat, oats, sopie cotton,
and vitnou other article.
Also, there will be rented, at the ame time,
the plantation for one yi nr. It coiiMtsof about i
50 acre of cleared land, nil of which is fresh!
and under good fence, with convenient build
ings. Term will be u.ailu know n on the day of
sale, uikI due attendance (riven bv us,
September 3, 1822. 2flrJ
t person within the beat of the town
JL Company of Militia, w ho aitt liable to do
militia duty, und all other free white citizens in
the borough of .Salisbury over 4J, are requested
to meet at the Court-House, at J o'clock, P. M.
on Saturday, the '21st iurrt. to elect two delegates
to represent said company in a county meeting.
winch is to be lu lJ at the Court-llouse in tin
tow ii, on the 2 Uh Oct. iicvl, to devise means for
bringing about a Convention.
SuVibiiry, brp. 10, 1322. 2wt'13
To tU Lil.'.jri f the It'ti'eni Cw tlinittn.
TO THE" PUBLIC.
T I' KHC LI VH in your paper my character as-
ji sailed ana my uoncsty arraifrncu oetore uic ; and being in the county of Kowan, to wit : one
jniblie. 1 allude to the money advertised to of three hundred acres, lying on the water cf
have been lost by John Travis, of Concord, at Flat Swamp Creek, and one of a hundred ac.-es,
my bouse. As soon as 1 learned there wa such. y m on the top of a mountain, called little
an advertisrmcnt, I sent t- an attorney to insti-' msuiiUia, near to tjic l'lt Saamji Spr.ns, bt
tute suit airainst the man who had thus falsx ly lonjpnf to the heirs at Uw of Kran Alexander,
expoM-d my character. I w as then informed deceaK-d. A credit of twelv and ipiitcea
Travu was and is yet der.m.;ed, audio conc- mouths will he given. Honds, with approved
qiicnre thrreof a suit would not be sustained. . securities, will be required.
The facts on which he founded his publication l.LU. I.OCKK, C. Jl. C.
arc these. About the 2d of May lat, a tran " .tumt 5, 1822. Cat' 20..
L'er, in company w ith Maj. Green, came to m ! The alc of the above property is postportsd
house, w ho called himself Johnston 1 lis asked ' to the .loth day of September.
for lodpnjr, which was at first refused, in con-, TV ' T TT- , ,
sequence of the lac increase in our family : he ; 1IC UtUlT lligs C .
importuned and insisted, allcd.iiir that he was ' " AMKS 11. HAMPTON respecifulry infTn
aflbctsd with the rheumatic pains, and was then 1 the public, that he occupies the old simp
goniff to the warm spring m Buncombe. My formerly owned by his father, on Main-sirret,
wile, thouL'h confined to bed, consented the fcw doors south of the Ccurt-House, Salwburv,
sn k traveller might stay all night, and receive w,ere ,e i Ww nrqiared, with a good set of '
as nmrh comfort as our small house and modcr- tool), to repair all kinds of
ute circumstances could afford. He taid until ... rrsii r,c, rtf rlrtr'o
next Mondav, and in the mean time complained li lTCIIrS CLOCItS
much and talked strangely. The ncxl day be . fe d
requested me to ro for a )oc or, stating he had , .h f u . , P
been po,soned in Cjr and left home to save u , ; fc j
his bfe. 1 went (or the Doctor, who declined, e M h . rf
visi. in,: t be tran?er. and suited, aficr read- KQm A o( M
me l.w letter, in winch he bad signed l.,s name j mjd Job rf iJrMm
John Iran he was probably dennged. He illhi,,llie of business, wiU be UMutUJlly rJr.t,
staid untd the 4th of May, and in U,e tuom,..
said lie would return home ; and at Lis request ,; , . . ., , , .
1 -.l c- . 1 1 . 1 rciiae at a distance, by scitaiinc, mar ur-ietJ oa
I went with him to Lincclntnn : there he in- c..... tl . ' '. ,K, ' : ji . i
t 1 1 .1 At having their work as taitntully ,.tenopJ to ami
fonred mc he had Ir-a between three and fw, ts lllo .h U,r). nt.......Mi
hundred dollars, and Ml it at my hm.se under , M ced slliury pnee charge J.
Vic bed in a courd. I wanted lum to return ,iihi mi
aiid lock for the money, it bi uiif alnrnt oj miles
to my house from Lincolnlon : he nifused. 1 1 a -as rw'w
ctrnc Lome and examined the plarc where lie'NurYnC !S Ut)0tl8
s.,.,1 the money had been deposited, but found m- ,,uUi,llC,l by JuU ph (iales. lUleirfi,
i,,.tie. 1 he m xt I heard ot the money si n J Frke RJ. Uf jt.M tut & work w,:i
advcrtcmc:it in your paper. .Hedging the mon- be l,,,)v.ca by . VM. 1L VOCNC.
ey to l:se been btst at ny boose, and that I '
Li.cw where it was. He rirsrnbcs exactly tiie ' . .
amount of each H:ik bill, and other matters tlxWCYUSt WtlU
appirtaining to Uic money minutely, tlut if fTlHKUE will he exposed to Public EtJc ir
they be true, any perxn who mav pass the bills JL t'lu.ton, Kowaa county, situaU. in Uic fork
might be detected. 1 bus have 1 been n munrr- of the north and south Yadkin, on visa 4th day
atid for what 1 conceived to be an act of kind-; of November next, bcinsj the first Monday of
tiess to a sick strange r. Whether I sustain an , the mouth, the remaining unsold lots in tle tosu
honest character, 1 appeal to those w ho know j pbm of said place 1 one of winch contain large
me ; at.d let strangers impure if I have not work-; new frame building, nearly finished. likewise,
ed liurd, and honestly supported my family by (the adjoining lands, upwards cf two hundred
the swiat of my Irow. And if the Uw would t acres, a crest nartof whkh couwuof ssduable
ailord me ml rets against the individual whose
corrupt appi tue rsuscu nun to icru upon nc
reputation of otic in the htm. tic walks of hfc, I
should l et hsie tioublcj )oa with this commu
nication. uw-,,, r ii. U"o uv,.
Jlu.'heifurJ, July 12, 1322.
This conimuniratijn was once sent on for
publication, but the gentleman to whose care it
was entrusted did not understand the instnic-
tiona t; lie 11 him, in consequence of which it ha
been delaved until now . B. COST1C.
Slpt. l.'lS:2 tT9r
(lOt'Ii r of I'leatand CJuurter Sessions J'-dy
J Term, M12. Cirorge I'arks v. the teii
rstste of John Demtnit, deceased Petition for
partition. It appearing that Nancy Caudle, or
lier heirs, are not iiibabitant of another slate
Oi..'. ir.. that publication be made fur six w ks
in the V extern Candiuian, that they appear tt
the next rounty court, to be In VI for the emmtv
of Wilkes, i t ihe Court -House in Wilkcsboiw ,
on the first Monday in November neU ll
ok ad, answer or demur, or the petition w ill be
heard t x t aita.
11. MAUT1N', r. tr. C. C.
feetcmii, anil VasI tVute. :
r HIIAI.L attend at thu Cwirt-IIiine sn ituUi
bury, on Saiiil'i, tite Hth day of Brptfiii
hcr next, to collect the balance of the TAXK8
due luCapt, Wood' Company forUtc year lbJl i
uud all ths who fail to pay i that day, wilt
have to pay with cit, iimiicdiattlv.
f . KAML. JONK8, irif,
.htguiit M, 1822.
f 'jlllR second session ijf thi instiuition has just
L coiimiLiu ed under titi nuiiaircmeiit cf
J.uvkh woarii, win, wipeniitcinlul the taut ses
sion (With the liighckt itppiuhaliiin, All lh
hrailtlii. usually simliedi ) ladies (iiiiiiwo
trxecpted) are taught hi L,; iu Aitutioii. 'J lit
Trustees flutter tl.iiwiie, t'.-nin th t.jli nt nf
Miss Leavenworth a utivs, aifl Ukmi aiun.
tion to the evert i of tiie school, that vary
general satisfaction will be given.' .
Tuition from six to ch.-vcii d .iUtu per scniMin
nual session, villi to ilolkm ud'ii'ional fee lim'.
needle work, (icnteel hoarding at (Mm twenty
five to forly dollar per session, A tew more
scholar will be rccehed bul'oru tlic school is
closed. "' 1 3tl9f
JOHN' lUWIN, Treaiunr.
IIBKlt.U. wage wib1 be pven to tbce Ovei
i seers, who can come w ell recommended, to
take charge of plant aliens in the county of Mock
lenbuig. None tired apply, Unless they have
been accustomed to the command of negroes,
1HOH. C I'ULK.
mtUwutd, May 10, 11522. 4l'2J
Youttl)e sSWuiUions .
10 UK SOLD.
ON the 19ihand2uth September nex, will
be sold in Lincolnlon, a Dumber of LOTS,
to tl! highest bidder. These, lot arc jrenerally
beuutifullv situated for building, and may he
purchased for a nu!l price,
ticntleinen witliii'ff a pleasant and healthy it
nation, where the; ;au havu tlic aiUautae of ft
male and female Academy, w ould do w ell to at.
tend this sale. Th.s it, perhaps the only op.
portunity that will cflrr to acouire Iheac V4I r,
tile siluations. The terms aid be 12 nion'l.
credit, with approved security. ,
D.vMl.l. HOIvE, 1
It. II. ULKIU.N,
D. UKLMIAKOr. J
Linrtlntun, .lugiitt 19, iS22. 3 t'18
Y a decree of the Court of K'joit v, made at
April term, 1 will expose to I'uhlie.
Sale, at the Court-ltoase in alilur,on Storliv,
the JOth of (September next, lis No. 1? and lV,
in the jjreat north spiare of the town nt slis
bury, on which there are improvements j anJ
lot No. 37, and 3K, in said town, unimpro
ved. Also, two tracts or parcels of Ln J, !wi;ir
uw grounds, reserving the plait of the town, the
width and direction of the roal to the sate ct'
the bridge commenced on the fcurtb Vailkin,
and to the Lridge f the soulli Va.lkifi. 1 he
sale will continue from day to day. erst:l the
property i all disposed of j aw! a crvd.1 ol one
and two year gut 11 lor the purclww mnnc),
with itite rest, the purehaM.r giving Lt.il and
secyritr. Artentnn will be girn, by
i. A. 1'EAk.v.Vs
C. S. VOOUSi.
rpill i t notify till person (gainst trading
X for a no'? if hai.d whidi I gave John Crr,
of Meckh lilitirg, N. C. for seventy dollars, duo
the 1'hli d;y of January, 152, Si said wit "
given in pay of a cottun gin which said lrr war.
ranted to be a god gin, whioh, on trial, was
IihiihI quite the reverse. I thrrfnrc aw drtew.
turn-d not to pay said note until the gia l msab
to pvrform s warrsutcj.
' KOncitT KISSrATKlCK.
.limit 11, 1S2'2. 3tT9
OF the t ai-ioo kinds comncnly hiuse, for sal?
at the Ollicc the WL!TUxCaousia.