TtT.mm, M mf Jn, 182:1.
A ir(f4 tl tU ZOUhUj," )ulj t
JulUsned BtM week!
Od Thurtday last, the general election
. wit flt M ihroughotiJjrf: fclillU tfin
fair emjm W wht UlWJCfLtfTW.
rr,-" (n (hi Boron jrh ndCUiity,lhe fe
tuft is li followi I
fough Jamei Martin, Esq. forth Sena'r j
Charles FWber, and John Clement, Eacj.
for Ihe Commons.
State of Ibe polls for Congress, Mc
ClelltndlOU, Long 434 fur Senate,
Martin 109, twit opposition foi Com.
xnont, Fiihtr 963, Clemcni It f , Rarotay
970, Wilton 30!, Little! 14.
Chirlci llshcra John Heard, jr. end
John II. Freeling, Etqt. were elected Del
egatet to attend the Convention Commit
tee la Raleigh,
From Iredell, friend ha favored us with the
following return i Alexander Torrehc for the
Senate i Dr. Au Betll and Jamca L. U.ll, Eaq.
for the Common.
Bute of the poflj Senate, Torrtnc 429,
ting SCO. Common BcaU 733, Hill 743, Har
Gen. Geo. L. Davidson, and Holt nimonton,
Eaq. wr tWted Delegate to attend the Con.
Tendon Committee in Raleigh.
From the Raleigh Register, we ropy
tbe following returns i Grativ'Ue, W Ilium
Soeed, Senate j Robert Jeter and Philip
G. Bowers, Commom. Kdgmmby Hardy
Flowers, Senate ; William Wilkin and
Moses Baker, Commons. Pitt, Luke
Albritton, Senate t John Cherry and -Brooks,
Prom the Elizabeth City Republican, we
'lean that the Election In Curritock county rv
eulted in tbe choice of Thomas C. Ferebee for
the Senate 12 majority over F.. 8. Llndaey.
la the Commons, Witloughby U. Barnard and
John Forbes were elected.
For Congress, in Currituck, A. M. CatEn had
495 vote and Lemuel 8awyer 332.
At Mtpkio has laid the" authorship, or at
least the publication, of the communication sign
td Pseudo Got,"at the door of thejgenilcrhen
who did tlte Editor the favor to take cliarge of
the editorial department of Lia paper during hia
late absence, it is but an act of justice to them,
which the Editor t grateful ef an opportuni
ty of rendering, to exonerate them entirely
from any agency whatever, either in writing or
publishing the communication. . It was written
by a gentleman in one of the'ei(r-mf western
oounties of the State tnannom,tjiere it not,
perhaps, a more pious and worthy cjtucn in the
Statav His piece wu entirely -aMaoitcctvd; ft
was intended to controvert the sophisticated
reasoning of a series of dcif'cif essays in the
Columbia, S. C. papers, over the signature of
-4Woti.-tTm'rTntn, and intended thua
to be applied, in a vein of irony t but its pith and
foint were too obscure to have the desired
The letter containing thejj!eev.WM received
' but every "short time; previous Id our reaving
home t we orly read ejiart of it .enough to as
certain Its general drift ; and, as we thoup-ht,
hid it snugly up in the desk till our return but
the unlucky paper, through inadvertence, was
put into the wrong drawer; the young men
in the office, of courtr, put it in type, and thus
it was published in its original unhsppy style.
By an act of the sovereign Congrms of the
Republic of Colombia, .passed June 11, of ihe
Jfesent yi;-each emigrant familyj - who-mty I
(265 acres of land.' This is a wise and liberal
-Measure of that government i it will induce, no
jdoiibt, an influx of population from the opprea.
d parts of Europe-uch as Ireland, and Old
Spain, should tho Holy League be successful in
festering thc-falesteil mqulittioiE"-
Tho United State brig of war Fnterprize,
eommanded by Capt. Gallagher, hat been to
tally lost, on an unknown sand-bar near the ia
Und of Curacoa, in the West Indies. The of
ficers and crew, the guns, lie, of the brig, were
saved. It is said no blame can attach to the of
if the acprdenV aa they were- aaHing 4n
track hitherto supposed to be perfectly safe;
Th Eftierprire carried 14 jrun. '.
i.Caawa&y. r UgktnigOn lateday, ' thl
1 mst. a barn In Davidson county, belonging
to Mr. Idol, near what Wustially called 'Possum
Town, was strut by lightning. 'iW'tarVvae
entirely consumed by the flame communicated
by the electric fluid. It was filled w ith grain,
and there were four or five valuable horses in it
also, it is said a Ekeb) negro boy perished la the
cegflagrationt t . ; .
r-fei-e ,V.V if t',,u, i,.f
" f," SnV ;riie our r ! f r
eintt'ire of at emir in hia l tm i'
! tritr Hi worl rnrtCK-rwirt, rati 1 1
r.L thla ' at trr f uf il iH f t!
f"t f fur in the mn' r pi the wotl it j Ultily
written tuirt, H is a fuat-wnary prt;ti e with
ni fa ttrtt t fiuhy orthrijr.Jiy int pumtua
tin In rirli comnwnii atioiii at we puhhtlir nl
ComitfMt Snr" ha surely amt esrapej the
lwft but wort, stnlrncrt, ivl Ucaa,,, W
have m bualnevs to aviMIe with,
roUKHI OF JL'l.T.
he 4th i( Jult Was celebrated at Ve
Bwfwlekrf NfMlrtrnntijT aplrnotir
4ikI spiijt,.. In thi irt2 which pa v
trd the print Ipat street of that town, ws
lo be seen a pta fvrm raised on a waggon,
Ui -UJ-f mars -!-k -emid
sheaves of Krai's with the varlmjs Imple
menu of hulMndry, which gst a lively
pit lure of Kikijltute ( On another wag.
Kn preMred ftir the purpoe,nd drcora.
led with hanging nf sheep and ralf kins,
were seen Butchers withtheit mrithjnd.
tfimely . dressed, de literiug it to their
cutWlmert, as they- piavrd alma; the
streets i Neat fuilnwrdthe ship ntrpen
drnce. propt il, ricrd an-l t r II manned
with banners, and spp'MpHt'r driirti,
moving nolily alonir h imairr per
soni6rtton of Ainrtiti couimerrr.
Laetlv on clht tt, were seen the
representative a f 1 1 t'ilTcrent Nerhn -ical
arts. 1 1 he rfpprar.nre of the Artifi
cers I'i.I workmen at th ir ihfTi rent occu
ps'ions roust have pifxlured a pleating
effect. imvaniioA Ctorgia.
ffifltT VAHT1 Kt
At a ireneral CfMir.mtrtil, hi Id during the
tranth of July, on bonl the t'ni'ed htatet li'ie
of ba'tle ship W aaliiiirton, at New-Tork, Copt.
Samurl Hvant, of tli I'. M. nary, aaa tried on
certain chari a of mirn.iirt. After a dvhlc
rate invettiCtiN, the l ourt pacd the follow
ing judgnirnt and arntiuce on Capt. Eani.
i be ' t ut i coritidetcd tht the matters
ihey found pioven, constrains them to
pronounce the act ued Ktiilty of mitcon
ilui t, and the? do ronvict him nf the
charge; vtt thev think it due lo him to
say, thut it appears to them that he has
been sithjedrd to tl.i charge by want of
due carr. tin timprrti'n, and attention,
and not bv hiinic acted from rtipMity or
culpable mo ivet. I he Court havintr du
ly conaideii ri the prrmiaes, it of opinion,
thjt, at n iwowtuct. the charge whereof
Iher have tn uictrd the arcu-eo, it rH a
crime spcrifitd in ant ait'u le of ihf Act
for the better govern me tit of the U. S.
nan; Ihev r only sentence he accti
ftl tiodr iheJ.hirty:sccDrd article rl the
said act. 1 he I'ourt does, therefuie, pro
nouncc.jihfi,J,ooit)g sentence i ...-
That the M-ruaed be reptini.nd by
the honorable the Secretary of the Navy,
aud lx adtiioiashid bv him, that he, j he
accused, be mure Cautious not to blend
bin public and private roucems as he has
A. SINCLAIR, Prtmdenl.
C. D. Cttdcn, Judge .lJvtult
rOM Tat rattan a jouavtr.
'Piitaterhi having bcrn cried down
lately, dbout 1$ per ceu'. from their for
mer rle. induced me lo make a compa
rison of value between, ',h.em and th.
eTjliis ami sixteenths of the Spmih dol
lar. 1 he result of my invetiigtion U,
that there is more pule silver in propor-
j lion to their nominal value, in tha fifths,
(than in the rihihs and sixteenths of the
SpaViih irfoifarv - "I weighed" several par
rels of the sixteenths, and fonnd them all
m seh tow UrM, i on inatance twent v
three weighed only 17 penny-weights, 12
grs. a few grains more than a dollar, ma
king a difference of nearly one-third be
tween their nominal and real value, or
SO per cent advance on it actud worth.
Very seldom would two weigh aa much as
a clisme of the Uni'ed States tome only.
weigh 18 trs. troy, s little exceeding 4
Icents. I hate no with to alter the cur
' rency of the country ; but T do nfJ( like to
sre one species ot torn renueeu in nomt-
worth are reta
.TJie follow injc table .eshibita .the true
add Jioruiual lue of the. amall Spanish
Heal value. Nominal ral.
Quarter Dollar. 23 eta. 2 m.j 25 cts. ,
riataronwfifvha, 17 8 17
Do with heads, 20 7 17
lid bit or eighth, 10 7 12 5
Cdbitoraixtecnth, 4 9 6 US
A Tetterls published in the Cherry Val
ley Gazette, from Mr.Jefferson, dated
April 30; 1823, in which he declines giv-
dMefor : theofi&es-oi preidenv '-He U-r
wary old gentleman, and does not like to
he ia a CUmonian. Next to Mr. Clinton
he prefers Mr. Adams-he liaving been
in Europe during the great controversy
between his. father and Mr.'J.V The oid
ex-preaident cannot bear Mr- Crawford,
nor forgive him for supporting tha admin
istration of Mr, Adams, in what was caU
led the dark day of 98i . ' ,
; , ' M Y. Cemmrciaijfttvtrtiter.
f J,.ln T.'.'.r, Tr Ut lein ;r;'rt; J, t j
t'.e ttur of Il.rrcti.rt t4 ll.e Mt !i,a U
Niriirr,r,r, m m'c g a Hirrttor r-f the
ttramh Pink in iha n, lit the twm cf llf
From C.Wrut, a frirnij has fcron J bs with
tha filhtwifta; rrluMH of the F.lertiimj ft,r th
Kcnate,Mi I'hifrr J4, F. UarHngff Jjy, Uit
th Comment, H ifta Mlan 341, C. tl Lof
ill, aH-.ttt44 forCnraa,.W,Cmner
W. I)tril IjI. fur Uelegal. Joha f,
I'hifcr 371, W. B. Fharr J.
Tha Improvement la tho rtsvlatioo of
fcrrthat thtichoonef CA-rt, drabr W
Irei tnchee or wlrr,))4se tha Bulk.
neau, or upper I on ine ttn ultimo,
pats this place at that state of the tide.
row t tw faa mstwr.
KEW ECRETArOF THE NAVT. -I
he important station in the American
Cabinet, which falli under the title of this
ari e,is now vscait. The appointment
of Judge I bomptci lo the Bench of the
Supreme Court, has prepared the wy for
ome distinguished msn, to one of the
first nlTicts in the Kid of the National Ex
ecutive. Who shall be Judge-Thompson's
successor, is no a question of much
The Hon. Mr. Southard.of New Jersey,
(now a Senator in Congress from that
State,) is mentioned ss a prominent ran
diJate. The Un. Witiiam P. Van Ness
ha been talked of, for th Station ai
W .ahinicton. The Hon. Albert Gallatin,
our Mminer to France, II is supposed by
a-ime, could have the appointment. We,
howrvert believe that Mr. Southard will be
We believe this appointment would be
fi'fu'ar. He it voung, full ol real,
uniform in his Republican principles, and,
lik Mr. Calhoun, Judge Thompson, and
Mr. M'l-can, ihe new Post Master lien-
cr, a drridrd opponent of the Craafurd
party. He tin always been the ftiend of
Mr. Monroe's adn.inittration. Mr. South
aid was a jude of the Supre m Court of
the Stat oLNcw Jersey, and held con
spicuous rank at the bar. He was elected
Senator to Congress when he wa but ,fvr
day over thirty year't of age) and since
hit elevation to the national senate, he hat
been faithful to all his duties, distinguish
ed for his abilities as a statesman, prompt,
industrious, and efficient. Hit business
talents are excellent, his habltiTfjruTar",
hit-principles -eound, end hie-tnarmer
open, frank and manly. In fact, he I a
He public- 4tl ihe right -atamp end. jre
hobe to see him at Ihe heitTof tbe Na?y
Frtm the St, Lbttit Fcfmblitan.
Fatal Duel. On Mondav the 30th ult.
a duel took place between Joshua Barton,
Esq.disttict attorney of the United States,
and Thomat C. Rector, in rentequence
of a communication. iigned Phil,"
which appeared in last week's paper. The
parties met at 6 P. M. on the island op
posite to this place. Thev both fired at
the word, when Mr." Barton fell mortally
wounded, and Mr. Rector escaped On.
In him Missouri has lost one of her ablest
and worthust citizens. The corpse wat
vcsteiday carried to St. Charlet for in
There are 1800 causes on tfie docket
of the District Court, now titling at liar
Captain P lham,of the brig Helen, ar
rived at Boston, states, that a few days
before leaving Copenhagen, accounts
were received ef a thocking ' cy and
murder, commitied off WL, "'cacon
bv a Swedish fishing boat. They board
ed a small vessel, and after murdering all
hands, they ruhbed the vessel, lathed the
running oui oi ner scuppers.- me per
pet fa tot s' were discove re d by their bloody
clothes, "and apprehended, and " will "rii
doubt be executed. They proved to be
fishermen, living in the neighborhood of
r . . " ' 9 n "'I J
toweniurgi 1 1 vutt, juirtvi-
CHARLESTON PRICES, Aug, 4.
Cotton, 8. Island, 30 to 33, stained do, 12 to
16 1 Saatee, 19 to 20 short etaple, 10 to 14 jt
Rice, prime. 3J inferior Ao good, 7 j to 3
Whiskey, (Fenn.) 33 to 33 cts. N, E. Hum,
34 to 33 1 Apple Brandy, 32 to 33 ct. 4 Tobac.
co, Kentucky, Georgia, Fayetteville, tie. 2 to
4 1 Beeswax, 31 to 32 cents' Tallow, 8 toj
Reef, Boston Mesa, lit No. 1, 9 1 prima k No.
2. to 7J i Mackarct JWi'Sv S r Ka.3 to 4i
Bacon, 6 to 9 cts. 1 llama, .? 9 1 Lard, 7 to 10:
Bagging, Dundee k Inverness, (42 inch) 32 to
Salt, Liverpool coarse, 53 eta. per bushel 1
Turks Island, 60 1 Sugar, Havana Whitey 11 to
13 j Brown, 8 to 8J 1 Muscovado, 7 to 9 J 1 St.
Croix (prime) 9 1 N. Orleans, prime, 9 to
9i Inferior, 7 to 81 Refined Loaf Sugar, 15 to
20 1 Coffee; best green,' 23 1 Inferior to good,
22 to 24 Hyson Tea, 93 to 105 ctu per Ib. r
Hum, Jam. 80 to 25 cti. 1 West India, 65 1 Mo
lasses, (W.I.) 25 to 28 cts 1 N. Otleaus, none 1
Elk Fepperj 20 te 21 Pimento, 23.
slfjB'JodDefort ihe 1 " " 7 ftsj 3 fait,
of Ihaao works, vr.uk " V ""l iran.iy, j tnjr
thsa I feet water tou Id bot il7eta.. Hsi.riri. . i --.t Ltrf '
33 cts. t crnie Branay, ,1 1.3 to per gat. 1
Holland Ciri,"100 tollO c. ef
Rua & wedeCI to 4F100 R.fcrEhgT.8 3
Cutt-n da r'4 nil vrry nuu k! thrrs tr. Lil
bnaoetao purthaacrs In marker, anj thry art.
Uwg It-r th ntirrpiahii Ucn' h(
Lt t n ,m4 fr a wry aujxnor M.
. r.nimriur. ritcr..j,,I,7. HrAlnr.iiminiM) laOYf,
Cotton, U to 13 1 flir, fne, 3 snprrfine,fl FI1HF, subaer.hrr It now vfr,xf a lrrl
VjiURIi l.i.kry.3ipefhhmn(l)'Ja7J 1 aoHmrat t4 HHV t.Of I lUKU-W All,
T, o-4!",,,0bH74a9crTriTRy,;).Mysiif i. ,. fM.m
sah, 1 urki uUnd, to a 81, per loo b.ah.1 i mo- vora i..l Flula.Ulid.ia, rk it. d y h.4 If i i
laa, 44 to 4J . .irar, muarovado.Ota I0t frrflc ! b.eM th brat l.i fc, kak. '
hum.. V . r o a. til . nA I I I .1 . u I
I '", " , . p.-. iiaiiT, 49 tw i
juimb, B) WI0lA)tria-e47J to tX),
taflrw, a V bretwai, 3 J a 3u rtr, 3 90 lo 4t
C-rlJOlUi iiun, f,J t 1 33, pr. Hw Ih , toWco
if, 2 71 a J Mi auMMjfaciureVL 4 U 30 pr. cwl.
Cotton, 9 to 13 cts. Flour, new rer hairrl
" v dm r to rt i torn, iui, noio n ns.
Butur, 10 to 18 ets. 1 Bagginr, 32 lo 33 eta. 1
Iron, 5 to 6 doki Salt, bualt. 1 duLt Sum. f
to 12 Jolt 1 Coder, lb. 28 to JO ett. 1 Toiae, lb.
3U ct. Molaaaes, 40 to 45.
- la the midat of lift wt are In oVft."
Departed this We, on Saturday rooming, tb
?6tb June, klr1 PJin Martin, yoiinpvtt son
of Robert Martin, Eaq. of U ilkat county, aged
about 17 year.
Thut young gentleman cam to his death by
tli accidental diacharg of a gun, hil enjr
gtd with a party in th woods, driving f dtr.
lie and another young ana had iron to a par-
ocular ptace for th purpose of making a stand 1
and while ngif:tJ in making some preparatory
arrangemcnia, the other young man bamlcd him
hit gtin Uf hold 1 aiul it is supposed, as bo re
ceived th gun and set the breech of it upon th
ground near him, Uiat ttc jar occasioned th
lock to fire at hslf cock, The whole of the con.
tent wer ditrhargtd through the upper part
of hit head. II fill instantaneously, a lotlrst
corpse. Thus, in th bloom of youth and vigor.
Juat bordering upuft th stag of manhood, hat
thia unfurunat young man been cut olT, by a
caiuahy whioh too often occurs, cither from
a waul of the necessary precsoiToii, or from th
negligence or carelessness of persons, using and
handling tho instruments of death.
It Is hoped that this eircumrnc will be a
warning to thus who may ia future be enga
gid in similar expeditions, or in any manner
tampering with gun, the safety of ahose lock
cannot be firmly relied upon.
-r-; Gotten Saw -O ins
rpnF. ..bacriber ha now on h.nd,ror ule. at
' , 4-
1 hi 1
lis hop ia nausbury, on Uaia Ptraat. toUf
1 1. -,i.:,k -11
lie m cuiwi j mil kiiw ivr 1 mint w ...
do all kind. of repairing. on ahort notice, and
stwwviiwwtv p aoasvo
SaKilury, Aug. 1 8, 1823. 67
THE subscriber baa very recently received
from Philadelphia, an aasortmcot of
which, with the assortment le expects to re
cehe in a short time, will enable him to sell at
atUfictarv nrice. The mibl'ie arc reiooclfuilv
ttvTUdlO caHand examine for theniMlvea.
, --:-. -ED R CRESS.
8aMmr?,Jvg. !, 1823. 67 -
UttumitU, .big. 1823. $
WASHINGTON HYEliS, Esq. having bees
appointed Aid to th Brigadier General
of th 7th brigade of North-Carolina Militia,
with the rank of Major, will be obeyed and res
pected accordingly. v
Aiulrrm Jt'.AUiitn, Eq. having been appoint,
ed Brigade Inspector of the 7th brigade, will
be obeyed and respected accordingly.
Phil If "hit, Esq. havingbeen appointed Brig
ade Quarter Master of th 7th brigade, with
the-rank f Capta'my-WHT- be obeyed and . fe.
The Colonel commanding the First Rowan
Regiment, will cause the troops under his com-
manJ lo n paradxl for rview and intpeetiow,
on some suitable field at or near Salisbury, by
13 o'clock, M. on the 2d day of October next.
By act of Assembly, all the m litia in Rowan
county north of th Vadkia river, are attached
to the First Regiment 1 the Colonel will there
for cause Capt Willi' company of militia to
b organized with bi regiment o the day of
Review. , . . . .
. None but the 1st Rowan Regiment in the 7th
brigade, will b reviewed this season 1 but the
General expectt;returns fromeTgimstas,
on or before the 2ith of October next
By order of the Brigadier General.
. WASHINGTON BYERS, ..
Doct. Tos. I. 3obisoti9
HAVING located himself in Charlotte, (Meek,
lenburg county,) respectfulty-cnder hit
services ia the- several departments of hia pro
fesiion to the citizens of tb Village and its con.
tiguout country. AJI Calk will meet with prompt
and ast iduous attention Hit residence is at Dr.
6. Henderson's Hotel, where he can be found,
unless professionally engaged. . - ' f
CAarlee,J17,1823. ' 4W.67.,
I ' v ' 1 w U
A '3Tr' mm t k,tk ani y J c rvytn
I I -r pif pn iik- ur.'e it m a
Af j 'yat tt.
vll'f f . ...
mius to sreur a cotttwt
nutnr t4 hit rrvarht ff
pertahle ruom, h hstronx 1st ditn.ni
t"n to orirr l..t tiunvs iik 11 (olt .a h.
(..hurt, al pricwhirh, m his f li..on, wliHl '
f'nid at luw the h h e i4 tliou ho adi r:;it
ariliiig fT at coat M It r.i.rtf aM i '
piill.r f 1 v"r. ftiivd le sail, tjhtirte
ad jiaJre fr thrwwhrt:r"' "' -." .
1 . JOHK klM'tir' "
' Aswoe Ctwnv, A. C..h.f. 1623. . '64 ,
.'I'! ' 1 ' . l ft ' m 1 1 mi i .11 m T.
THE auWiUr having ry lately rvr J
from hi eorrrrMinh it la MultJrrj h s th
btat faal.kitilrooiheWkrt'etlshep tf J!Ut '
If H ittnnrr, pt that city, i now ready to (lit
all kinds of ork belorglng to the 1 tl!vrsg lw
tines. II pledge lnn.a!f, that all th
tmy fvr him with thrlrcuttrm; ttittttav tlif '
orkd'inolntL beat style of the fa.itir of t p" '
dv, and on resMnabl Uni t. 1 rsvtHvr, nv
othtrs, U ih ramHnts msde oa U.urt nctki .
etn b ccomrnnlated with a 'At fi.it, ea ,
notice of 1 day. , drdsra from d.unse'
punctually attended lo.
THOMAS V, CAKf)f,
SaKhwrf,Af, II, 18ZJ. . ca
Vavcra Msnnj ,
IwisJi to inform tli public, that all tho rvotrf ,
be lunin,? o th Arm 1 James S. liven Jt '
Co. and alto a number tfuat t ar haen trailed ff".
by ta above Arm, wrr miin fnm wv etor
bouse ea th 29th of July, without my rwU ! '
e Jge ot permiaaion. I tbert for for am all pert
tons thus ImUutad, front pyrg thV Nit 9.
any other thaa myKlf.
JAS. S. BYERi.
!rtUB C. JJrS9,W 3i68r
Vilkcsboro' Bililo Society.
THE annual nvetingof the Wllkraboro' ftiLffl
Hoeiety, will take place at th Court-Irons;
ia WilkealK.ro', on th foyrih Thursday of tlii1
month 1 when a punctual attendance of the .
member of tli institution, and all otht r pert
tons ho ft l an ihterctt in MOmoCrg its fh."
(Jet and design, are partictJarly rtejuesred Id'
I attend. It it etpectcdm anniversary dicuri
will be delivered on that dav. , . ,
8. F. PAH EHSUV, 7?f. rrA
M 'ilke dboro' Aug. 9, 1823. f 1 w.
71MIR subscriber otter for sale, a valuable
L Plantation, in the neighborhood of Beat'ie1
Ford. A considerable proportion of the land i
first rate Catawba bottom. On this plantation '
I tlier are ertentiv itrprovemerrta The price
ill be low, ana the term of payment snail eta
S. Apply to th atibscribtr, at Beati'a fori,
r further information. . . ..-
ALFRED tf. jlHTflN. .
Agtt 11, 1823, ' . . ... ' ;. 41CT -
JWnV r)ocVc 1 i Ct t AU.- -
I 1,: IT
af tvT-etl J..iL. M, a.
" --v - '"V, I J
dred and ninety .four Shafts St
Court.) on buna
Mock of the State.
- . .A mm
X,.'. SV1 CJ S
dee'd, will be sold on a credit ef six month.
Bontbi with at least two rood securities win be
required, and other particular mad knows 09
th day of sale, by th exeruUirt. ". '
- y.DWARD CRMS, , '
ALEXANDER CIAnAM. !
Joi'tiary.ay 11A,1823. . . 6wt6F 7
ett entot'3MecaTc sr
r'pn E undersigned Commlisionert for the h"Ht '
JL ding a Court House in Ashville, Eurcon.be " ,
County, do hereby give pQbhe notice, that orj
th first day of September next, at Ashville, 4 v- -contract
will be entered into by , said Commis
tlonera, with anv pe.rsoe .wbjotoay bfcotne the.
lowest bidder, (who will give Such bond arid te
euriry at may be required, Cor building said
Court llonse, a plan whereof, together with the'
iprt firstioni arid terms of contract, may be sae -
ai any; umt oy apptimg 10 saia onuniawooert,
V, 'I I
mi, 1 5
JOHN JA BRETT,
Sunevb. Jn 18A, 1823. . 4t67
Sign and House Fainting. v ;
JAMES AMES has the pleasure of informing (
the cltitena of Salisbury, and the surround. ' '
in country, that he has kitted bimKlf In the ,
village, ana that his utmost endeavors shall ever
h 10 aceommodat those who call upon him t
on bveineat wDjeh be received Jul Uiere. ccn- jt.
kaat Arl Oa-ttlt ttai aavraaa low V i at m, ntav uiTf
Tenable Turn to execute his business in the most
neat and fashionable stvle
anry,tt.18,i823. . ' '67
Stolen , s. -
ITtROM the subscriber's hourf, on the night of
.the 14th Inst, hi coat and hat, and hia nor. ,
ket-hook. . There was a note on Geo, Bullen, "
for g3j in tbe pocket book,, and also, a note of.
R180, in favor of Dan'I. Cress, sen. which 1 bad 5
taken up 1 a bill of isle for a black woman named .
Rachel, a tax receipt, 81C 4 Whoever will give me "
information of the articleshow talen, ke. shall '
receive live dollar rewardr '. v
- - vntiv'wRtnnf t?
XJ tne anoemaking busmets, had leave to go .
to the Poor-House on the 5th of July, and was
to have returned the week following 1 but am '
satisfied he has finally made ofT with hirnseff. ;
Lewi ba taken his brother the same age of
bimtelf, with him. Tbey are both unseemly, ,
blubber-faced bOs, ' both about seventeen or '
eighteen years of age. All persons are forbid. -den
to harbor, trost, or employ them.
. - JOHN KINDER.
SaKihury, Aug, 112823. 1 6ff - '-.