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tutaR. nr. II.
' Tin'l-S iru man, J'.uu'j'ih ill present
in Fiance, nut only two parui: ; out" in-
r'lined 10 war, and tin- other to peace. I'lic
king i Cor the paiif.e party. It is hoped
he will b-ve firmness enough, since he
differ in so important n particular irom on i nmi street, were so cmirciy ccmsum
llie Ultra, not only to maintain bis wne-.rd and prostrated, that not one brick was
rei't-n will, but to dismiss those rash nun- j left on another. I be fire was so rapid and
iste'rs who are ready to involve Trance in j fierce, that th"se who were making exer
an unreasonable war, und so contrary to
wiiliifr flftren-.i:;iccriihs of the na
tion. Indeed, the re in already a rumor of
some change in the cabinet. As a proof
how firmly the people believe in the con
tinuance of peace, vessels aie daily fitting
out ai II ivrc foi Havana, the West Indies,
A first rate I'.ntrlish house ut Havre,
who receives daily Urj;c consignment: of
sugar, coffee, tic. is now disposing of
them tjuicklv ; although the rumor or a
Sp .nisli war has slightly affected the price
of cofl'ee two sou and sugar about six
! he preparations of the French army
of obseiv.ilion. it is thought, are intend'
cd to t i i); tii t u the ipanish cortes into a
change ol tr.tir constitution, at least so
far is iig-rds (be adoption of a Senate,
or Upper U Hise, as a cheek on their Re
presentative body, and an additional aid
to the crown.
DF-C fcMDF.lt 12.
The news from Paris is tins day still
more re-assuring of peace. Colonial
produce is generally dull." .
The constitutionalists were still suc
cessful. Mina, in order to attach the
f tench to his standard, was on the Con
ines of Spain, organizing a regiment, or
father an armv of foreigners, who all
wore the tri-cjhred cockade. Four hun
died letters of marque had been forward
ed to the Spanish consul-general in Lon
don. mo the cw-toiik nmnr, jas. 15.
, From Curracoa. By the biig Ke-ieeca
and Sally, we have received accounts
from ( urracoato the 20th tilt, fiom w hich
it will be seen that Com. Daniels bad
captured a Spanish corvette of 24 guns,
villi 25.000 in specie on Lojrd.
minirni. isr. 17. A ho it ramp
ashore H.is dav from the (. oiombian brig I
Vencidor, and brought an official letter
from t om. Daniels, giving information
thrft at 12 o'clock on the ICth.the ships
Bolivar and Constitution kit in with and
captured the Spanish corvette ship Maria
Theresa, carrying 21 long nine pounders
am! 10') men. She hjd 25,00;) in spe
cic on board, which had been already
tr msfrrred to the Bolivar. She was from
H v ma for Marac.iiho, with two mer-
ch in brigs in roinpinv, all loaded with
provisions for gcnrral Morales. I he ac- j
tion was in sight of th htbor, and onlv !
of a few minutes duration. On board of
i i , i , i
Kiucd arxuwo woun. eo. i or v o.omman
Ships sustained no injury, either in ves-'
sels or men.
A small Dutch vessel left this poit to
dav, with some invalid soldiers, from Co-l"'"'
ro 'O join the rnridnr.
Bicnrn 19 A F.ench biig arriv-
company with tbe Maria Theresa. She !
has 200 men and some provisions onboard,1
for Morales I hey were much M-
fir 1 ' I
nun at I'liiLAnn pint.
rnii.snF.triiM jak. 21.
n.mui a pMi:erpiM. m !
the cry of fire again resounded through i
our Mrects. In a few minutes we saw j
flames issuing with great fieiccness from;
the windows of the aurtion stores occu-j
pied by Messrs. T. Passinore k C!o. at
I.a . . . . I- . . . C 1 ' V. . . . .1 ,,n,4
loi-ihi in esi i oi tier oi i unu aim v iiij-
nut streets, ami .Mr. u lining as a lottery, . ,
office. The wind was brisk from the'lions;" for it is wtll ki.own, ihat if cur
tesfard, Hid the burning embers for the ! specie were to be readily counted o-.t at
llrst half hour of the fire thickly fell, nni.rw .umu.,,l nf th Virci., I..oU,,.
all the houses on the north and some onj()e lu M ,)f .IcJ ,0 make ,
the south side of (hesnut street as far as, ... . ,, . ,
Strawberry alley. The hose and fire general and imperative rail on the.rdebt
companies repaired to the scene or Ms !ors, the consequence of which would be.
tress with great promptitude, and it is but wide-spread ruin and distress, which tic
sheer justice to say that they labored ! p,.0.iC never encounter fur the sake
most perseveringlv and with great judg-j ?tXcnmt, markct.
ment. There was, after sometime, a, .. . , r- ,
most abundant supply of water, and it I really think our good frmu's m
tas psiured on with a profusion and force,; Virginia are engaging it. a contest, .hich,
svhirh did wonderful execution, yet the j though it may cause a temporary injury
fire gained strength. It raged and rrrk- j ;o somc .w(s of -r slM ,vi!, ,crn,illatc
icu wiin a violence we nccr urnic
rior heard. So intense w as the heat, that
it was impossible for the engines to be
worked in Chesnut street. Some idea
may be formed of the intensity of the
heat, when we state that the glass was
shivered in pieces, and the wood work
burnt on houses which were on the oppo
site side of Chcsnni and Third streets.
1 ne engines toon nivantagc ol the stores j rrfl)hit that it is not only practicable to re
being on a comer and played upon them , mftVe the fia(s wllid) alimc Krr fro,n
fmm the south west angle of the streets. L0n!nB ol,lc town, bnt fui,h,.r, , lhcnb.
viiiiii nicy nail s lar iiiuuiirii uic iieiii. . . , . , , ..,:,,;., i ,
, .,' , , , r r tcct c:m be ellecled ith the appropriation niailc,
to he able to place themselves in front of, i . , .. , . , . , , . ..
The l)ook store orcup'.ed by Messrs.
S. Potter U Co. was soon in flames, and
the prospect for tbe neighborhood was
appalling. Happily, a heavy and long
continued snaking rain, had saturated our
roofs and exterior wood woik ; this and
1 1! c abatement of (he wind, proL.aL!y saved I
I us from one ol the most destt uctivi; i'uesi
ever known in Philadelphia. In less than J
lUrce hours after the fust alarm, the auc-
tion stores, u range of brick building lour
stories high, 30 feet on Cliestiut and 52 !
tions to nave me property 01 wr. rotter,
were soiin driven from the house. His
family, and many other families, rare
obliged to fly from the flames scarcely
covered with clothes.
At the time the fire in our neighbour
hood was ruling ,ne greatest vio
lence, a most flagitious attempt wai, made
to set lire to the Quaker meeting-bouse,
in Arch htiect. A quantity of lighted
combustibles was thrown into the meet-ing-housc.
The watchfulness of the
pcrso.i who had the bouse, in charge sav
ed it from destruction. He saw a light in
the building, hastened to it and lound
burning a quantity of cotton lags, &c
which had been thrown in. A fellow was
last nig lit seized, and we are told has been
committed, for cutting one of ihe hose
which was carrying water to the fire.
There are chcumstantcs connected with
these late lircs of a character the most
alarming. We would once again, earn
estly and anxiously impress it upon our
citizens, to be watchful. The constituted
authorities are upon the alert, and w e trust
the vigilance of the citizens will second
Since the above has been in type, a re
spectable citizen has called and assured
me that in one place in the Fiiend's
meeting-house in Arch street, a pretty
considerable hole has been burnt in the
flour, and in the committee room a quan
tity of live coals was thrown under one
ol the forms and there expired.
I t Oil W IMKM;, 1T.I5. II.
1 hc cilizc"s "f l'-!ers!,urg held an ad
journrr! r.u-etinjj ; t the Court Mouse in
that town, on the JjUi ol January, tor the
purpose of taking into consideration the
l)t predated Currrticu now in tit eolation
iij that place; and after he u ini; read a
lengthy report of a committee, previous
ly appointed, in which the banks of this
stale arc hatidlrd without mercj , and their
directors charged with being "perfectly
regardless of the moral obligation to ful
fd the promises which their notes contain,"
-thev came to the following rr solution :
. ,., rx . . i
UetuhrJ, Hint our Peiepte in trie (iener.il
. AsSpm,,, , br r ,qil,t,,.d to use his best exertion, '
, huin the pa 'sap- of an act, prohibiting the .
jrirruLtion in this s'ate, of the notes or lull of
Hankinj; msiitiition, wlntlier chartered or
"""". ".". p i"
'its notes or bills in specie, win n uemamldl.
1 UU h al1 verv T,,c R"d Pc-
nlc of Petersbut have an undoubted r'nrht
to refuse taking our notes, and the people
,;, Mate wi ninst rer,jinv rrris(.
, of ,ril(!i , elsfwhere. 0ur
merchants cun f.nd oH.er market,: and
j the result tf this step, on the part of Pe ,
jtcrshur, should it be pcisevered in, will
, be, to turn the course of trade into anoth-
tr t;, JtiI)f l.pi rhaps the bt.ik!ing up of a
' . '
commercial town, and opening an outlet
for our surplus produrc'm our own state,
The titi.rns of pete rshurg nerd not
fljt,f. t,l.nm,c! xuX ,i,e ,, ,; Lf
.. ,. ... , , . .
Noil h( ato ina u ill second their esrr-
to their disadvantage.
Till'. FLATS IU.1.0W WILMINGTON.
The citizens of Wilmington held a meeting
on the 2.id ultimo, h the purpose of consider
ing the subject of the improvement of the nav
igation of the Cspe Fear river below that town.
After examinine Mr. Fulton's survey, tlie n.ect.
for that purpose, by the last legislature, vis
ru fitt'i th'iirr.nd dnUari. W t are -truly lad to
bear all this, because w think it a win k, the
romplctinn of which would bring about a great
revolution in tbe trade of the ststc. If, howev
er, it be so easily accomplished, it would seem
thnt there r v-' V a gf-st lark f nu' n'r;
and enterprise iu tLc uwa " WiUiugUm, in
suU'cring ii lo remain o longutiatteiupted. Hut,
for f r tin: g20,0Ji might not ho altogether
sufficient to accomplish the work, would it not
. prudent in the citizens of Wilmington, even
yt!t t( take some other measures, besides their
ranlvei, to aid the operation t
It' the obstruction!! in question can bu renin,
ved, and u proper depth of water oht.'iiiied, the
g20,000 appropriated will be better spent than ,
any twenty thousand dollars that have ever been
applied in North-Carolina to the causu of internal !
iin)rovcinent. We shall then, in a short time, '
sec vessels of a larjjc size sailing out from H'il- j
minion directly to Europe. The large sums i
which we now annually pay for freightage coast-
whe, from Wilmington to the north, will be a-
l i .. . , r . . '
ten 10 our uwu , ami instead 01 joing i
to Charleston, and the northern ciliea, for sup
plies of foreign articles, we shall fioit them on
good terms in Wilmington and Payctteville.
Wilmington will lift up her drowsy countenance ,
Fayctteville will soon recover from her mishaps;
and the bck country will equally share in the
If any thing could add to our zeal on this vcrtior, ai the next election i:i that com
subject, it would be the rnolutiont and the nro- nion wealth.
eeediugs of the citizens of Petersburg, (which
we have previously noticed,) a town that has
been enriched by the trade of our state.
Accounts received by late arrivals from
Kurope, lessen very much the probability
of war between France und Spain, and
lead to the conclusion, that the latter will
be left to manage her own affairs in her
own way. The Bourbons seem to dread
the consequences, iothcmsclvcs,of a war,
whose objects are so unhallowed, and to
accomplish ends so destructive to the
riirhts and liberties of nations. They per
ceive, that in putting the match to the
mine which they have laid for the destitu
tion of others, they may themselves be
destroyed in the explosion. They feel the
frai'.ty of the tenure by which they hold
their power; thev know that the rc:d se
curity of every government is the affec-
nous, am. Its legitimacy t.ic hi,,, o. Use j
people ; and they arc sensible that to nei
ther can they lav claim s the basis of their i
power is "divine tiirbt" its strength, : B
tbe bayonets of mcr-"rnuiics,the dunt
and the guillotine
And w hen a neijh- '
boiing nation, holding h contempt the J
"divine rit;ht of kill's," hasasserteil the
imprescriptible lights of the people, and
founded a government on liberal and m
lii'tiimed principles, it is not to be won
dered at, that an example, so ominous to
tyrants, should fill the Hotirbons with
alarm ; that they should be anxious to ex
tinguish the lirrbt which is lda:ing fiom
the Pvrrnnces and darting its ravs over
,.-ranf(, ,,;slinfr fh. r,.,. .....i mvul
1 (,,;,PelllnK the r"s Jlul ""
fnctrclc despotism, and exposing to the
cJre 0f ,ay tnc njlt I c Tj r rT. 1 1 y of the
principles of Icgitimaty. It is not strange,
we say, that the Bourbons should look up-
ion the successful struggle f the Span
hui ',,h fcarful PP'-cension ; and if
Ihey do not light the torch of war, it w.ll
be only from ;, d.cud of .he co.,fiaKra.ion
WouU "' CcrtW"ly S?rcaJ t,,r'h
The security which the BouHkhis had
calculated upon, by muzrlii. the Press
in Trance, is greatly endangered too. bv
its frcrdom in Spain. The cordon tuvi.
!sirr, with all its bayonets, cannot prevent
the passage of licdit into France em. ma
ting from this fountain. Its Srightness
is too daz-.liii for the ultras ; ks i;.u'.; is
h pa,h.wav nf flfC(!m ; and while in
m " 11 P"rc cvcn!V
fl,mf' ,hev cannnt fctl Slfc- li,!t t,!'ho'
in France, they have triumphed over this
most dreaded enemy, let them be-
ware bow they attack it in a country where
it is free. It may be said or the Press.
when unshacbled, what a certain wilier
has said of the power of satire, in the
hands of a master, that it is &n in
whoso whip or steel can wilh a lash
Imprint tbe characters of shame su deep,
F.ven in the brazen forehead of proud sin,
That not eternity shall w ear it out.
Well may the Bourbons, well may the
other legitimates of Europe, stand in awe
of it ; for while it remains free in any
country, its enemies, und the enemies oi
the " rights of man," can nowhere feel
Jons 1). Josh, F.sij. of Wilmington, !s announ
ced as a candidate for Congress in the district
now represented by Charles Haul j, Iaj. The
writer of this has no personal acquaintance with
either of the gcntlellii n, though he has seen
botbofthem ; butiftl e opinions cf those, whose
opportunities of judging have been very good,
are to be relied upon, Mr. .tones is reHuinly su-
n--"r i tb" ". Mr. H. .t has kcta
retarlcj of tlx., that uh .s t? a-!inuht, it
for rhrwintt U,bm to, and tinul'.u iiy, i fur
umj tiling rlif j" ipi.-iliflrulions that will puss oif
pretty well in Duplin, but not so well in(rijr-..
Mr II. dining a f.:w d.ivs he lurried in Habb
mX session, on his way to Cohn m, distingui ;h
fd himself fur tin.' beauty tuid novidty of his con.
venation j anioiij; other thin;;', for c ci t.i'n hand
sonic iiick-iiaiin shi: brtDwril upon Mr, Monrac,
th President ol the Tinted States for Ibe
credit of the di-.(i-ir.t, the u-run arc here ouull' '!.
We often bear the rv, tl,.a V.h-Ui furilina U
neglected by the Gcier..l (ijvermnnit : ( .in it
be otherwise, so loiijf a tin- people of North.
Carolina elect, as their repreaeiitjitiw in the
iieneral (.overnnieul, sui'lieharactersas (,'luirln
'., and Lrmurl Suvyn II -e wi, (ibrs
V .. i .. .... r. . I .. . .
i respcci us, lei lis i;r..i iern 10 rmiK-ri our
.Jul on Cuunt , .V. C.
William F.ustis has been nominated, by
a convention of the republican members
of the Massachusetts legislature, as the
rr public an candidate for the ofiicc of Co.
Harrison Cray Otis has been nomina
ted, by a convention of the federal mem
bers of the legislature of Mas-achusctts.
as their candidate for the oGce of t.ov
ASSal'OLIS, '."). i v.
The bill to .Imlisli irliions n-sts bis
passed yfJi,,Use of Delegates, 40 to 53.
It wilM'Uruve no doubt, pass thff Senate.
We may now say, throughout the doled
States, the rtitrn of peace a. id l ei tv. civil
and religious, ii established Alt, lute:.
Sad .Mistake. i:istatit s'.ib' rib'T en
dosed us f, in iilvi'r, in i lelur, for tiic
it . . . .
- . r"-'- "" "r -
tcr charged w is SI 2'J " Faitli," P.-.i . 1 y
said, "Mich business a bodv tnust (l a
grcai ceai ot to make a livin,
; at "
Tit LP. CAT..
The grand maladv which afTerts tlie
wlejle siistem of a newspaper establish
.,,,, Wn,,! be technir.div te.med a pe-
cm.i u v depletion, or " iilejji U ,' ' empti-
n' " of l"" " i' "'"I l'is oi initiates in '.be
j n ss oi piir-c ; ami tins oiiniiutes in ;l.c
! almost universal itidilTerence which is felt
. . , , .
'.Vi"'" JCCt "ewM"I'cr debts.
.'''.V Peol,!c se, m 10 ,,JVC 'oriiied the
oiuninn that printers live on old nrviltafieri
and Ju'ttn upon tyfie tn"ul ; and that a lit-
lie nure cash will iconardize their consti-
t u I i 1 1 n . Hi ri ng ft Id Fr derails! .
ff'IK members of this society are requested
I to meet in tbe long room in the Court-House,
at 12 o'clock, tin 'I Inirnlay of the next County
Court. As the busiiuss that will come lufore
the MK-icH ikof an important liaturt, it is hoped
tba.'all the menibirs will give punctual alien
i!..nce. Feb. i, lS'JJ. 1w
ftiovts of tu i!tise.
T WILL bet Two Hundred Hollars, that a
I black tan hound, liamr.l Leader, (wilh one
thigh broken,) now in the town of Salisbury, "onses in neraw, ,t,iuo on siark.i, a
can out trad all the hounds in fabar.us and fl doors from the comer of Front-street. I hesc
Mecklenburg : the mretmg to take pl.,ce 0.1 . h,mM-4 cre p'-""eJ ' eonstnir-ed under the
the second ll.urs.hv in Msrth net, if a fa.r 1 direction ot an experience J merchant, and are
morning ; and it not'fuir, the f.rt fai mom.ng Vf calculated lor the biis.nes, ol Chtraw, be
af.crwai.ls. If any person sbm.l.l see proper M I '"S' ' "'f centre ol the cotton markct.
cloe with this proposition, he n.av d so, by 1 tor terms, apply to the subscriber, at Sabs'.u.
riving the subscriber f.u- dav a' notice, and de- '. N f or ' Mr' M irJ -'omS, or to Mr. WJ-
. .'S ... ....... .X tf'I.AU.
i.ui.itiar' t ie niunes in I ie Slate 1 ink at Si is.
The condition aie p'.titt or fur.: The bet ti
be detcrniiiieil, and place ot trailing des'piatrii,
bv three ge ntlemen, 1mm any of the ailiinniog
counties to be seJec'eil bv the parlies llie !. v
on wliUh tlie money is deposite.l in the Mate
IUnk at this place.
PaliJ.ury. r, h. H, IS:'. Iw
Tv.vn" AitiWnvs Hvtvw.
SIOI.KN, fro.n llanvilie, a. on the n.gl.t of
the .iilth of January, a large sorrel liorse,
x yearsold, w iih a hush nmne and tad, an almost
n.itui-al pacer, shod all round when taken oil,
and a little chah-d with waoo peert. U is ex.
Dected that the above mentioned horse was taken
1 f v a fellow bv the name of Frank LiiuNav, (tho'
! V' n,y S'iV mTl- !.r"i
;!ir kin d man, rather inclmeit to bo rouiul
j shouldered, and about 3o years of age. it is
1 ""'"'I? ''
I and inav probably cross tbe 1 aukm at lteanl a
1 tiridve. Tweiitv ilnlUrs r arl will be given.
to anv person who will secure said horse and
thief,' so tliat I get llieni, or ten dollars for ei
ther, bv the subscriber, living near Danville, V a.
V(fMMi Ti FX,
fill! die jail of Buncombe county, N. C. on
the '2.id instant, a man who calls hiir.st.lf
Sn.ilh. BII.1 k.l&hi. I !i l-itiPn lit It... t I
ronntv, Wcst-'Finncssrc. He bail in bis po-s!-s- I
sion a negro man, w hum he called George, about
r . . ... I.:,, i, ....... ...a
s , leet ii is.' ' iiik i, 'i in.,.-, ami u;ii
. i I..., i ... i t..; i ' , ' !. I
Hi IT tsitiMis, iiia oi i, i'wivi p , ""
w as ruic( in Moutgonicry county, N. (. hy a
man hy the name of Prior. Aller Smith was
apprehended. Prior rsme, on hisusy moiingto
the west, and claimed aid negro; but be was
n fused to be given up, as be could not prove
the property ; and said negro is now in jvl. Al
so in nossesion ol Saul Smitli, a sorri I -lorse,
s i ill i..".i -nm in ihtui .-iMiiia, .(..in - . ,
about 4 J Lamia ,iKh. w ith a large bla,e in bis
"ace, between 16 and 20 scars old ; also, a plain
saddle and bridle. Said Smith was committed
lo the jail of tins county for a most daring rob
bery on the subscribir. It is also believed that
tbe said negro does not belong to Smith. Tin c
tire, then-tore, to g'ne notice to all persons hav
ing any demands sgaiust said property, lo conic
"r'aid, pay charges, and take th'".nviv.
JhmttniAf Co. an. 31, 183J.-3MJ
YlocU. VrimkVin & fartum,
HWJN'G united then inlcr st nil'ie pra ' rr.
tif I'hysie, respr eilolly teml i- th.-ir . ev i
Ces, in Ibe dilli.-relit bram hex of llu ir pi id. t,i in,
to tlu- inbabitaiils ot h'aK-'.vdh'. find lis su .i.ity.
They occupy tlie s'and iWrnieity occop vl ,j
l.rwin h. tiailber, ai'wliii li one of tin in nia
rally be found, or by inquiring -A the hou v of
Itobert Siinonton or Uobct Woi kt, lis'jin, '.oid
by ; rompt alleiitlon to business they hope lo
iikT.I tie- coulideii'A; and gain the patronage ei
Statetun.; F,h. X IH.'l.'.t'.U
, u Uvi'VAv-i'r VuuUa.
hlNtiU'. man, well reroininc-iiib il, v bo ijii
d -rsta.nl, the iii- of eiuii and ro'lop,
and (he main,f!-iu.- t f fi.-gre, will iuc:t with
ciri-d'vuit n' . Ap .i ut U, oilkc.
fVb'. 4, 1H21. '
SlvvUr (ii .Vnvi-VV.vvtiWuus
j.incoi.v i oi rv.
fOI.'irr of I'leas ii'nl Quarter Sessions, Jan'
J nary Session, A. I). liiJ.J, fieorpe lluli'inau
und others, heirs of .M.o-tin llu'r.n.iit, decc asefj,
t . John llulfinan IMitioii tor the division of
the n id estate of Martin If'llf'.iriii, deceased,-.
It appearing to the court, that .(ebn lloHiin ii
no' an inhabitant of this s.tate j it is therefore
oixli red, Ijv court, that notice be published three
w eeks in the Wc-i'eru Carolinian, rnpiiriii( 'bo
said John Mudniao to ipptar a the next rouniy
court of Pleas anil Quarter Sessions, to be In Id
for the said county, at the Court llouse in I.in.
eoliiton, mi the fourth Monda. after the fourth
io M ir h next, then and there to ansaer r li
lit i ir to the said petition, otherwise it will be ta
ken pro confesKi, and adjudged accordingly.
t'ilne,s V. M'lter, Clerk of the said court,
t I.ini olnton, tbe 3d Monday of January, lHJ.
V IIDICV M'hKK, '('. V. .
r.1'42 pri- e adv. ftl 2i.
IHKtir will be exposed to pnbl c sde. at 'be
house of tbe Hon. Franrij
T.ocki-, d'-cewl, en the fjuilh .Uundiw, that if,
the 24 h !;iv of I etmurv, 1 H J,J, and coiilinutj
Irmn day toiby mad all is sold tlie numerous
stock of Morses, I atllr, Silieep, Iln(,', Tic. t.iain,
. a h i . ii ...i. ..
i.i e, i rv e-ej iolhiii : ta.rn, nr-ji, 1,41 1' , ii r
i an I 0..ti; a!.o, a large quaiili'i rt ll iv, I o.lJ. r,
i and o'lu-r roi.bness ; and all tbe iinp'h niems of
J husbaiidry on i aid place, wagons, jfeers, ph'tiglu.
Le, with I ie houscbold and kill ben furniture,
;o Si ill:., willitlie usual quantity of sesvls,mid
njiple and peach brandy ; also, a Cotton (.in,
with al! the running works, an excellent srrew,
unci about fuMV bale "'f Co'ton, pack'd ami in
priiiii: order; also, a large pi:iutity of pickled
I'ork. There U alo a large blirat v of Hooks,
principally on law, which, if not sold privately
; prciJus to ,!u- nine ab.rV.ai,!, will on Hut V
some o.h r day durinir tbe ale, be exjios, d to
i';ll,,ir "''des, there are three oii.cr
mm w mn
'lnUt.ins near the above, h.cbtl
larir" s' ks of everv knul, Kf;lin. ro
fjrn,inff u.ri,s,l. f.e.' All of which w,
po..il to salt during said week, in con
lantatiniii near the above, on arhicbtbe.e arc
II be ei-
of the sale, at their respective places; notice tf
which will be given the day previous, from day
tin the last day of sale, will ho hired at tho
late ! Ming-house, all the Ncgroc which, for
the present, are not otherwise disposed of by
th- Will ; say about j5 or 40 ; among w h cb aro
me prime fellows, women and girls; and tlifl
m vc ni plantations rented out, all until the first
day of January , 1824.
Sale to commence st 10 o'ebick on card dav,
nnd continue as aforesaid, from day to day, un'aj
all is sold.
Twelve months credit j and due attcndaiico
will be given bv me.
JOH1 SCOTT, Execute,
h'ovan foiVy.A". C. Kb. 1, 1823. 442
Stove Umtsris to Went,
rjliir. subscriber proposes to rent two Store
J. A. PEARSON'.
Jim. 13, 1823. 'JaeopSm
I1. s, I be subscriber w ill sell, on accommod.
ling terms eiiber or both the above htsusesani
Ints. Me also offers fur sale several unitnprmed
has in the town of Chi raw. J. A. V.
mill", sale of lots laiJ olT on the lands of l.
I titia W,Kn, at Mock's Okl Field, in the
Fork of ibe wilkin Hicr, under a decree of
ibe. Court of Faputy for Kowan coon'), having
bc-ii postponed from Aupist last, until the first
of Januarv, 132 i. w ill again be resumed, on tho
2 :h and ot!i of February, upon the terms men
tinned in a former advcrtiaemciit, and which
will a "Min be made known on the d.iv of talc.
J. A. I'F.AHSON,
SAML. .10 NFS,
.10IIV ( LF.MViNT, I Cmnim
lit (ill UliALY, f,hn:-i.
Aixv. NF.smr, J
J. T. CAKTLR. J
Sa'unlay, the LS-h if l'cSrusry irs'ant,
will he s,ild, at Iir.ksville, three likely
your.;; NFIjMOF.S, tStf property of (.des H.
Vou.i'uril. deCeajMrd. .'IVr.iu ilia.le known CJ
i t!a .1 iy of aale. 2wt'4sj
NATHAN CII rilN. Jr. d.Wr,
Vvt. lUnts WewvwA.
ON the 19th instant, absconded from the Suli.
tn'ri'ocr, Junes Milton Leo, an apprentice
...... .. , . . . V- g.
. oonntl to th.- suliscnher bv the County Comlof
Sleek lenlnirg, lo learn the carpenter snvl rahi.
net bus.ness. Said appis-nUte is sliout eighteen
years of a. re, five feet I J or 11 imhes high, and
of fair complexion. I hereby forewarn all pre.
S'ms from harbori''g or supplying said appren
tice, as the law will certainly be enforcccl agauri
those- who mav iran-eics in this res-iect. Ih-
1 . ... . j J 1 1
! ;'bove rrr"rJ 1,1 j" 0n
Me'etinj lh' s-, SleekleaSurg eountv, S.C..
.Ku. 2), is:.;. r.wt'ii
I'lit m'ie st the otnre oft lit " ( iardlinian," af
three dollars twenty -fiee rents per ream.
Also, two rtams broken foolscap, 2 3'J;
And one bundle Super Koval, for wrapping".