At th urtix or tint tbhmnt Ire
fie ginning to b'lf rsther aa Invrrss ratio to the
HrWfrte, tlif Editor 1 Con.ptllcd t.i l.ipt torn
phut lliat prmilKi btlttf rt srl fr !it labors
In future. 11 prsctk fa this cftirc, hitherto
hu too fsftlcas. rT laa been sent
v to pi! many who sre unknown to the fMitor,
either personally or by report j they py jgl S ;
In nlct nd h act mi ifial U aH maiuidliUrii
, evu.lntnd to pay, after rrcJ'mftltopptr
one, to, and three ye art. " In future, the trnru
w wo it tntrn varvuntan win usaa ivuuasi
, 7Vr datan s yesr, ps) able yearly In advance.
Kvery paper mm at distance, wiB be discoo
linurd after th tune baa cipircd fur which it
lu been paid r, unless tht subscriber it known
to bt food i In the Utter ewe, the paper will be
cut until paid for and ordered to bo stopt,
Advertisements ill be inserted at fifty cent
per aquart for tba first insertion, and twey-nv
ctrta fur each subsequent one. Advertisement,
from a distance moa bo paid far, or their pay
ment assumed by a responsible person, befure
bey can bo publislied.
AO letter addressrj to the Editor, iwtit be
ftt-pmd, or the will not bt attended to.
Sgn, Coach.! tmt .louse
fl CO. W. CRIME Ug leave to inform the
citizen of Salisbury, and the surrounding
rountrv, that he stilt continue to execute all
kinds of house, sign, coach, and ornamental
fainting Having procured an ample supply of
material, ana having, fur a number or years
past, devoted almost Ida whole attention to ac
quire competent knowledge of this branch of
asmrsa, ne reels confident of bring able to gie
Satisfaction to thoae w ho may be plcaard to fa
vor biio with order in the above line. Gilding
end ouuing m also b eiccutcl in a neat man
er. and on reasonable terms, lie also keep
n nana, ior tue, copaJ ana japan i anmii.
Wanted, a an apprentice to the above buii
ess, on or two lads, from 15 to 16 years of age,
r steady ana industrious habits i to whom.
they prove themselves deserving; of it, a gxxl
swance win or given.
Sah$bury, AVa.3,1823. 39
Dr. VrmAAavr lvan
T f r VINO kete. himself at IM
i y 1JL Vernon (Uuait county,'
r" h th ''r of Mr. Jscfili Km
frr Ui tli inhabitants arixii
Lk-TTft) f l fasHTcsa.coioaiao,
DttOki L4T tlO 'UM.
' moat prwrnpt and at.hiwl tcreic I To CWlc r.sSi f fcisry tf tb tUi'w
of tlis several duties of his prufesaions,
.tf.stt !, J ,UIX CUT
eVt v slrrnntmtnt.
f p IK.puW c are rapectLIi LfurraJ, fJUt
for lh plilner forms of archltecturt, tul
(t if tiiii fr infciinr in qualiir lo lonti of
in varieties found in the other two lor
mationt. Of these, one estcniUfrora tht
Inirdera tf Grsnviil cuuuie la Moort
fwirt lloute, and peihspt ttill farther to
the aouth In iht tamt cliection.m.intalrc
ine an ftverate breadth of II mileti the
other eitfbdt from tbt centre of Siokei,
Ihrottth 04.il of Huckbchamla-a-a ub
as Agl.url (tociety.
hit i txr li.I.eiiM beeorn tlr.
winic by their length, and leal bf attempt
iog full eihl Jirsi of the imtariance of
. . . . . ... i --
ourri3uxt swi nvsre essrhrtur eoinf.IInAv'a tut.u, U,n vieMKU.-'Ti.a
U e euttdMs-V sr-irsascied by Darnel .rrl?lLr n readers. I il burr (wo formations are aeur.ll tU"dtnoal-
Cress, am, of KahaUry, will In future be Con- h remtlftlin ussticei proposed tariet of those Wdt of real me nlSoned In
d ttted bj.me, k Ui aun U-iUngr wUrwv- to Ucoo.Ured.avdp-sJ,d in my twit m ti?etlerrTfie alTordVnatert-r for
aM . Sksiaiaaw at fall ,.M sssul 1m sm Ijs. I. mlt m a, 111 I. ea... IT-aw a4U . 1 1 . I f a I ' . ' . .
7 anwsMi lUMiitvH mii ieiivw III WWIfVhn.CriV VUTF HVH TUHVCIinnOI Ifftl
rjven, to remlcraativactio. to those s bo may monei .. will. I Irtlif, ..nkirntl, show
F.UWAKli CRESS. hstf ovtr.rated Ue Imper-
SJUhtiy, Mmk 23, l82J-47l
Tb Coppcrsmithirtg, and Tin Plat business.
nrrrtiHrre transacted by V. Cress, srn. will in
future be conducted by me, st the same place.
I iMisr woo lavor mm wiui iiwir custom, iray tir.
pend on having their Work dun with neatness.
uursmuiy ana acspaicii.
14. EDWARD CRESS.
TAMES B. HAMPTON respectfully informs
the public, that he occtipir the ol 1 shop
formerly owned bv his father, on Main-street,
e few noon south of the Courvllouse, Kahaburv,
where be is now prepared, with a good set of
tows, to repair aJl kitxle or
WATCHES. & CLOCKS:
He ass irea ail who mav favor Uim with tliei
custoto, thai thsir work shall be executed in ss
good a style as at any Wher shop in this part of
the country. All kinds of out Jewelry repaired,
ena some nnis me. Jobs of every description
la his tine of business, wfll be thankfully received.
and executed on a short notice. People who
ivside'st a dtf lance, by sending, may depend on
b iving their work aa faithfully attended to and
returned, aa-thmigh they were present. .and
nethe old ctablUhed Salisbury prices charged,
Saliibiirif, 13, 18ZJ. 'Ht'fjO
fS TuestUy of next August Court, there will
J bs oflrl ior !. thst large and ton re
nicnt establiahment in Salisbury, three doors
cut trom the Court House, the property of the
late iUmabat Kridcr. The house is CO by 30 feet,
with every convenience appertaining to a pub
lie hwie i it is well known as having been oecu
pied as such for about 30 yesra. The establish
incut is o w ell known, that it would be useless
to say any thing of its conveniences. Etc " Terms
of payment will be made to accommodate the
purchaser. .. THOS. HOLMES,
" JACOB KKIDEH,
" ' , refirfor.
SaUibttrv, Jim'e 24, 1323. 8166
Vwrm for ftae.
-t I WEitr. ft'isrwmbfrtreiinsnstK oTl
av August nex, it not prevtottsly sold at jrt
a a as ssiste". -w i itsi i rrr fins ii-isirp tn rns ustrsasi sir
iirunt's Creek, containing about 230 acres, join.
ing John Litaker and others. A great part of
me aoove tract is ot the first rate woodland, with
giod meadow of about ten or twelve acres,
the balance of the land now under cultivation,
A good dwelling-houae. still house, barn, and
- thr r o it bouses. The above plantation is eight
Tnihs west of Salisbury.
The- Mbnve Jsnd bclonirslo the estata of Bar-
-oiniar-.-ivnaeT. octra. lermi win dc made
. ri"' . 'J l.MM Ui UL i4ie--... . .-rart
.: "r J?',!c mit we-.fliacsj-M.swwfr
SaHch.ry, June 24, 1823.
a- v,oacn vxmvAiig suauing.
TfTflE subscribers bey leave tn inform their
mends and the public at large, that they
intend carrying on the Coadi and (Jig making
outness, at tne anop tormeriy conducted py.A.
Jump. They are well supplied with a rati,
ety" of - chaise timbers. And those who may
please to favour them with their custom, mav
Jtst assured their work will be well executed.
All kinds of repairing will be done at the most
reasonable terms. Gun-boata and Yankee Wag
goha will be, iade4 bv applying to the sub
strikers .CTRl'fl H EST,
Sidislmnv Juhvl, 1C21.
House for .
T WILL sell mv lloiuw "and Cot in Sa.
IliJL- lisbury, on accommodating terms.
Apply to Tt L. Qowan, Esq. or to myself in Ha
leigh, Tjicre is a goo4 ottice belonging to the
JkPMJUBtibr a Lajarjer or Vhysiciaa -t-
, - " : " JOHN BF.CU Wnn.
- Suhtbvr, March 8, 1823. 44t
fKOM the subarriber, on the
J night of the 17th May Ust,
DEN'M'1, negro man, twenty.
eight or thirty years ,f ge( five
feet six or svvrn im.be bigli, yd.
low coniplrxion, (say a nuilatto)
has a drnt in hi furrhrsil ores,
sinned by a blow, also a scar on
bis band from a hurt. Hss s rood set of teeth.
bold appearance, high nosi-, and wears a pair of
sinskrr. lie took with In n various clothing.
ami otitained a permit to pass to Mr. Matthew
Any person snprehending said nerro sndcon
fining him in any safe jail in the t'nited States,
so that I get him, shall be liherall) rr warded,
ami all reasonable expenses pal'l, by their gir
ing information la Mr. Benjamin C'olquett,
Creensboroug i, Ceo. Dennis was purrlissed
by the said C'olquett, nesr rredericktosn, Ma-
r land, tsclve ni mi h past.
Maw 30. 6wl68
Uvwnri Unn .Huv
IKOM the subscriber, hvmg in
A the county U Kua, ou(U
24th June, a negro man named
Itavy t)isbo forneily belonged
to tit-n.j. A. rcarsnn, die J; he
is well know his carriugr dri
B . a. I " H .
ver ana servant, tie is tall in
stature, of very black complexion.
about U i ui -one years of sre, his clot lunar
noi rccuwecicu. t nave no Miea wnere ne m
that e havf noj ovcr.rated the
Unte of Geolojcal Survcyt.
the tubttanct still remaining in tht
list of those useful articles sM( h tht Mi
neral linrdotr affords to Agrlruhure
and the Arts, as before enumr rated, ate
Fre-ttone, Coouiinf;, Diugt, blstrt and
KititTOeg ttrm used in the Arts,
to denote any kind rf atone suitable to be
hewn into blot Is for buildinirs. We nut
I. I he ofr kinda of Granite and
Gneiss, (aaUty specie of Granite
like that of the Capitol at Ralrili.)
2. Saiids'one, embiacing numerous
varieties of excellent building-stonci,
resenting luisjmeraid shade of co
our bctccn tdark red and a light
3- Certain kiodsof Limestone. i.
4. Fiie Slime-
6, Serpentine. ,
1 he fmegoing enumeration embrtcet
the most liiiportani building-stotict, and
all these, with theeireption of marble,
e have already dacoered within our
State, and most of hem in great abun
dance and of txceltnt quality. Indeed,
Mt, I luliy lielieve 'hat no State in the
Union is more lichli endowed with build
ing stones than jirth-Caroliiu. I hit
fatt will be renderet oovioua by review
mg-the preceding ht tshh'li little more
Granite is so abuiHant here that it con
stitutes the prevaiing rock of more than
half the State ; but in most esses it is of
too hard and flinty alexiure. to cone un
der the denomiiwtiut ol irresloue. The
kind alluded to un.lt r the first head, it
every tpttiet of architecture, whether
plain or ornamental, for grindstones and
whetstonei like those of Nov Scotia, tnd
for cirellcM Millstone, arebquantitiet
Um tivir ha not yet been discovered
here in sufficient .abundance .to lc em
ployed much a building-stone.
lf the fit t-t tone mentioned under the
ffadinl way lo ttlat, these t tetUlt fur
building into mi. cxtctuii ue, tsili be
to diffuse Ibe knotted of their tulii!ct
to point out all the plactt whet ju:r
rie of peculiar ctcelitnte eii.t and. to
dcKtibe the niuJo of tin ning thrin to tl.
best advantage. Alt ti es toj ics wc.i,ij ,
Osturally fall under the J!rrt of Ge
oloicsl Survey of tl'f fitste. Cut even
JC-jseatdiot etpsft 4b4ttr qwmeetjf -Fietlone'iii!l
bu, tjierfilf Xtflt7. h t
the construction efnomescntlicit wotli .
still be deslr'ablejhat the piMi; should b ,t ,
apprlKd"tf tFie "tVcellcfice of ihtto ma
leriilt for undrplnnitii, !ep, cellar
walls, and all similar purposes. ,Th
number of tur mtchanlci who are cap
Lie of riuam Inr and dressing stone, it '
every day Jncralng, and still inrreaie
with ttill greater rapidity, if the utility f '
ouiatoc.ule-aiaU be niereeiten-- -
si vely known and lilt. W benever tuca
mechsnict Income diffusedovrr the courw -
tmru Anv h-Mrm mi inrr itif kr-m s t in I. .
subscriber.st Mock's M or smnr him I deaoinioatod by Cieiavs O 'unlit fUi,t
in jail, or otherwise, so as he may be again m my I if "o Cartas D.rus which denotes
Iosstaoti,shsilteiretheiJovefsrfd. I that it unitea the nrmiiet nd durability
r - n To--, ""..'n"JAlw former win the dattr character of
, l"f"''"J' w . the latter, by wlicb, though a very hard
- ivtilWlWnXs OT tS01Cn. t Hh rendered so easily dl
li a a s
H0MlrtestirfribeT.onthe4thJulv.amulatto ",Die oereaoiiy newn into diocks.
fourlb head, is intended a singular kind ,rr H"1- h H those pla
of eockffMind within a few rnile of Ha- -'lth in the wlclnit jr f
LrL'h.fand a Its. In lha tanM af Uneoln. KOod OUarfict, Se fthtli tef r.Cat and good
and Joubtlrss orrurring in many ether cUmniel of hewn-tone In lha place of
pn of the Mate) svhicb consist chiefly ho hicb PPl'r '"U n1 V
of Ninglas or .Mica, and which It inc.- visitable In their nature, and to tinslghtlj
pabl of fusion in strong furnanca heala. In Ihtir aspect.
I hi stene, though an Indifferent kinj of , lf i-STrrt d PauTv Thrtear-building-aione
, it well tdped for forget ,f, ,re K'melimet sffottled to low in
-nd all sorts of furnac et. lor the backs ol ,h market, that Jdlle profit could be e
firt-plarra, for making Ers-b.icks, and for P( ,c- 'rcn roanursctuiing them sruont;
all timilar purpotet. . Uen the Iron wrseltrt. Still it It well known that w
Furnacea were first built in the county of ,ch rttource of our own, and such
Lincoln, the proprietor were under the knowledge become ptrtlrularly Imper.
necessity of sending to the nonh, I be Unt hen wett of rr, or anf other
lirve to Philadelphia, for this kind of Cause cut off our lorelgn suppllet i ucls
atone, though they h.ve ainre been to for r Copperat and Alum fordying, and le
lunate at lo discover a full tupply of it in " Pc,f of 0chre for P-"itin;. Wtj
the vicinity of their workt. I hit may pi(u retourcei for all theta ar
serve at an example or illustration or M" lhwKb Ibelr localUiet ani
whaf I have to wften insinuated on, that a UK r Ktnerallf unknown. A Cetdo
great nnmber of natural substances are Ri"! Report would tnake them known
requisite to carry on almost any art to - cannot but think that the general
advantage, and it it most fortunate when diffusion Infonnatlen of thit kind,
these can be found in do connection srin; Intimate a rtlatbn to the matt
with each other. common wants and conveniences of life-.
Soafi.ion we have in ample abundance. wooW fund ?J!i,J!?.,1i wd u,,ful .
and ilt use stem to be well understood tht public. . I . -r" :. : . -. .
better perhapt than those of any other Sitii. Detlrous to Wnn thlt tsrt
variety of free none. The county of of m7 "bjett to a dote, I will mention,
Kandolph atTordt a kind of Soapttone of under thi prolific head, only two,rie-
almost unrivalled beauty and eaceiience. Koofios; Slate and Hon T-
Srrfirntint is a green rock eutceptible s,,,- Of the former an extensive ridgtv
of a fine polish, and highly valued for retcbet slong near the eatteftt boundary
certain ornamental purpoe la Architec- of lh Upper.tountry, axhibhlni- a qua.
lure. Of this m Urge form.iion b. re- UlT believed to be evere wa suitable for
rently been discovered in the northern I architectural purposes. UI the llono
Dutt of the county of Wake. Tbtt con-l'fr'Wtrt-Tualde'fdTrianon eiiend
itlmtet Hlrjd:f rrcea : marbleran Is through.lhe coumirs of Person, Orange,
frequently told under that name in the Chatham tnd Kandolph, possibly to the
market. gtcuie .works -are-eecied Yadkin. or yen tViherr-aflordiag In te
IW its inanutwlure in the lsUnd of An- -! ples Oil Stones, which arr admit
glesea, where it is sawn info slabs tnd po Md to be eqnsl to the 1 urkef Mooes of
la... a - ' I . a a a . I S7 CHII W II
A. ..W5 ,n?ewnneTyea PWMoprirished. or wrought into vases, kc. fh. Iht market. -This citen-iv. bed is
ice., or j inciic, iiiKh, wiui s reniaxsaoie am-i tunnies ior esaminine ainereni siect-i . . i. ...c-u... . i t.
pilar mark on the right aide of hi. no, rather men of archi.fctu.e, in various Dart, of W Wa.e la believed to be not ""-"i. .n. .or ... o-r.
of a purple colour, hi. clothing not recollected; .T! n-s L!l 'l " -,V.!:P . inferior to that of Angleaea and it PP'T Hones, but a furnishing a pro
be ha. been in the jail of Salisbury. :r K,.? .7 mav be rrearded a. one of those substances M-fable rticle of commerce, tnd it veil
. -it i- a ii i aa vmmr.tn a init r.iiv ni inn HAinnk. i i
i win give rewara oi iu aoiiars, to any per-1 - i
anvoer- - -- I ki. k ..irina rt ik. aUr...i H. ,n metltt a minute invest ration, and a da
,fn h0 iB1d8"' t,ie "W.W to or - bove HaUfat, -t Warremon, at Louis- w fh . tailed fl. port ta the. pubUc ' ... ;
curebiminjadMlmayget MrT4Ltic Oies Hv f-r thf mott irn-
s.oien, on envenr w ui,n ana me m.ei. ir he the Caoito at Raltk'h, as am on the fi . . . :'rrrr"i ..... r.u ,s a. ... s.
jtf - - s t. ini aw aviannaw aavtiir m la awaissiiar t-sa- 1 1 a k f . i uui i Mill ui incitT i iruiiai Bm UTBii iirriur
e i 'i ' 0
brief mecfioa of the others,
conclude my remarks e n
and commercial value of
pol'uh. Jn. this sense w a have not I rlv ..?...... . .
vet met with Marble in our own State I V0'4 r d vrr " ususllf tf to rare
but it would not be unreasonable to ex na tecidentai occurrence, that we art not
I,, a. . raa 1 aa.ll .....a. a. - 1 a? ft
lltss) as II vC IJsUlSa I WIU K11IT II IXWaUll (II fU QOI-IaM-a.a k.,,11,- L I-L. I eny hihh "' - wests T lsrtaJllVsait I
lars, for the deliverj- of him and the person who M" , ; ' " . mr and hence includes Sernehtine i but the noticed. A
gave it to Mm, upon it. b.ing satisfactorily pro- ""jL ..iwm n)ore strictly signifies those varie however, may
veil that .he,, the person . I purchased said ne- P-red It with the celebrated Uem.f.rd . f Zm0Bwh"eh ... tu.ceDtlhle the economical
ciuici ni-.v li- . . j i ... lot a.
8 AMI EL Cl -Y.
htdrU County, 4VA July, 1833. 62tf
The ttiorough bred Horse
1 1 ice stanct this season at my
I T stable in Salisbury, and be
let to mares at the price of eitrht
dollars the season t five dollar the I
lean, to be paid when the mare takes the horse.
with libsrty -le-turn-te- the season should the i the shocks of tiire. I til" formation ex
mare not prove with foal. I tends in several parallel ridges from the
Vim is now nine years old. ins dam was bv Rnannk to iheLane-Fear. and nrohaKI.
,k. mnn.t.ft Umh Cli.mnt . V1. .tn. .1.. l.l I . . . ' '
...v. iu v...i , .....ni, me um muek iiirther
uiijiuncu i'iuii, wiiowr pcuiicrcc aunosx every
person is weu scquainiea sua,
ingt at Boston and Harvard University,
ill not hesitate to pronounce tt superior
to inal-it Being at icisi as elegant, and I - . um K.,. . , leA l0 ,heir Ht,. tth.l,f a.ar.l
! l a a. la J . 1 a , s iV sssv ssssase wa sav, ss. weav-s svtfi sswsse - a ' v w s-s
, ,L rTr:-. t VV"' -nd perh.pt tccom. more common and abundant tub
vie Id to the chwd at 'eadily as some of - ... ' - r".. T..,. . .,.,-,. k. ..n.ni .r.
I I pea if j isiu sas wsva a, assess v juet aaai. III tvrirv I 1 r - -g--- w
W la. ..-.a. awSWaBsVSfaftaaat.ssl a.a.aa . faa.. I IfVo And t V Ot Htt f ftl itlff t I ft kflflttft if Ka
a. r. a i , s l llf llwCV ur ivmivvtwiei awv r wsrv& -se ivr ' 7 -
nereauerj oui wnen owe cmoouica 111 a ' .11 r....r. aasoc ated w ih thoso In ou.tlnn. U'i.s
s lJUIs. IIC 1 taa iiiviiHinwiMo ta v v 11 awl tsVaVl I - , . -' , - .-r--w ----- -
fording Quicklime, are too well known -PMo Gold,3owever, tie peculiar
to need recliM -taoonoance irnsTiicnii nas oeen lound la
building. no maieiMl j more impeiilu.
ble, or better envllcd to bid defiance to
Sqndttone is i name applied to a kind
It snnesrs then, that with the eicetv ne aoutb-wettern parti ol the State, auc
tion of marble, cur State is already known i"1 the propriety of bringing in all tho
to embrace all thote virieiiet of Free- fM of Geology to assist in the search for
stone which are most vslued In Archltec- ' the Gold of Cabarrbt and Anton
. .... -.!.. IJ .(a: .11 1 , . 1
ture. Yet, varioutand abundant at thete rcsiucns vi me muiviauai .tpeii
. . I aa a la. a . ... I 111 fH . 1 SF
Aen certainly ranka with the best horses ever Ot treestone wlich is made U CliieDV . - , i L.. .... .... Iaha iha hl.rt tnt,A. .l.l. s.....
. i .v ' r . r u l r r j t 1 l ,. I maienaia arst, it is a weu auown iaci inai I r.vw. .r v, wivu ,
trained on the Salisbury turf, having been a of grains of said rioely cohering. It I '' . ' . , ..... . v Idown from sh mountalna ht risers i t.
naasa- U .Wllslssi kas .-a tLL - V- - I 00 C JkTk(l. I tt U Q U W U C 1, V C T r SOU U) J ... . S at . t , T -5- s. rK f .t.Kl,l 41. MtlltW,a. S. 4.t4!Las
awrr -s-s- sr srswwurui wajl TWinc UIRITTI IHrltU I ' . , , ' .
There are m few-eotti fronr Dion f ami tlioiijrh j the? Blmme Fialoi
uncommon n noinfof se. form .nd he" mmMI0 r..WiM f1.".?1"' n their summits are raised thoM niles of lit) 1ft any Articular tllrtctioti with rei-
l . . . Y ... I and aven Inr lha n.in rwuiv nl hmidinv ;l . . ... I .1 t-.'t .. a... ..
i ne season nas already commenced, and will r . " . ' I . T . ' . 7. ' lna and mud. which are no sooner com-1 pe io me point ;Oi cpmpass r van tno
terminate the 1st of August . "en t-rther wrought by the chisel, . -. . . lin8 fif fornuiion be ascertained ao as to
mi& A. LOTKR. H 11 auacepiiniB ntna tmail ne ZMUMtM s .- . 'lAs . .j .;BLjco7nTne the search w7tT.inrrtalrTlTmTt7
g-nce. 1 be grey asnd-stone, underpin- . r. . ' i thm h.. Ud to extend t)ie line farther northward
bits of living are net auddenly effected t nd southward l 'These and many other '
but it is mucrrtobe desired, and perhspt 15 mi-"' ponH respectinjr thit interetting
to be anticipated, that, at some future day, old (which has lurnished more of tho
the usee of thee materlalt ottered so metal than all the other parts cf the Unl-
profusely to our citizens by the hand of eu btates betidet) it would bo one ob
nature,will be better underttood and ap- ject of a Geological Survey toinvettigate.
and I oottio uatieiing lnuicauoiu nave ap-
: w ti: t.i jsr.!J- rn a
Stlitbury, Maf 15, 1833. 10t64
c '."' ned and shaded witi dark red, consthutet
muuk otutK, uiv vrttlU. afavorabla combinaion amonc-architects
a"X u . 1. .1. - o. f . !.. . .. ..
I V" n7P " 101 ' ha Oner grained varieties are even ca
vr i nursaav oi uie countv sjotirtl One bun-r u: i.. s-. . u:
Rank of KoHh-Tarnlina. And fl,ai, eniaDiatures, ana
Stock of the Bank of Cape Pesr, belongW to mentr parta of a building a beautiful ex
tlie estate of Daniel Cress late of gktisbtiry, ample pf which is afforded on the north
need, win ne sola on a creuit ot sis mouths.
Itsnds with at least two good secuntiea will be
required, atjd Qthex'partic'tla "isde known on
the day of tule bv the executo'rs. '
- . JOSHUA GAY, - -
ALKX ANDES CRHM..
Safrbwtt, July 1'lfk 1823. 6t67
The Editors of tle Ualrign Star, Register and
Fayetteville Observer, will please inrt the a.
hovr advert ireTf iftif In' tlieir respectlvie papers
five times and forward their accouu't to this of
fice for payment.
1IUI III-I . . ,L .
. . ... .. . mw . i nrcciaicu man iiict 110 m uicbctiil .
xrn stdfti)tine uty-w.u ta,ewaorMj-
. - r - a . ..I ' a . :l J: T . ,i - I aj,vM we isiwais-T. a aw wtasraisaw I ar r - ' a
oneor me roost supuru ouiioiugs iu me ... . , ir.M.i,rtt.ee,.:wlilrlrt tana CoDOertfeutldottot know thai wuTZZ
t grace o,ur- rural aceneryi which :tfleelMrg e
mteriuisaro so weu nttea to maae, wnerc i -,',uu,'';. M..M vy.-
children't children to the fourth and fifth been found in the State J but I have tho
senMUht. tfltitf sat,1aaKtfkf a tkaWis tkVAmi rat I lest to aa v on these article, because ther
feiiival in the mansions of their fat he i. re hot like enumerated in the foregoing
-...Ubink. it Ui be agreed, sir, that the j letters, very intimately connected with ths
,i, I mtereiti of Agriculture and Rural r.con
A specimen may be seen at Maleigh in the I omv, ' I have the honor to be, yours,' &c,'
" Of this species of freestone," we have
at least three distinct Formations, each oi
the.ni -of Very ample diruenbiont, Qne
pasibet near th western limit cf the LoV
Country, probably extending nearly the
wltole'Jengtrr crfs the State frorar North to
South.- When not too toft, the atone
found in this formaupniinsiera very well latept of tlio Nowbecn Bauk, and at CoL Palk'a, I