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til Miei tf iKe fur irAn. enJ it e
wrcithid,wia --hi ''J ru'aJ
of tba 'j f
. 4a Ut" hat bfld D"'""
C fur t0 luhral.t to fcltctid ttif CutiVraiion
vxriinf tilth takes J-Ua in Raleigh on the
Jatli lust. 1 ha raJt follow t t
JtMm Jonathan Manlove.
Jarncs K, Dodge.
Ilt-TMI, MT. 18.
ri.nt!fiirofifrvmtl.cniMoil.18ihrI. The erupt in thePitUhef Iber-
d. u iraJ bales i From N. Caroline 33J, f.
C. 4A Vl-rnas 37 toucans 5J3, Lrg'ia 2J8,
Uiimra I, llm. 24-17UI. Not kss than
10.CM) bain have changed hands ; the lOlh
iiMMiw al an almost Uilv advance ia pnee, so
that the itutrtH it aow l.uhtr tun at any pre-
vunuvj-enud of ine a- wiu. aduwuj,.! w rooieo, ana .Lit augu.cppwil JjrjrcOtdipt f , arv4
laU l7it ' lkrtMrf w ,T 10 con"ifcrl,.,f9fin .he txopl
i-.L . " un tn monitnif alter in r.ie. the There'll na ko
w..M.i.frnr(ii.lkih(nii.itu(yrr.lprottrated on the trround, fence t and
tinta lo Kale,. that the market la well aup.!
t.lied with lrw-Gi, JLirU-ltantnd CuiUrf.l
11a atock of Urtmt wA larp, but no rM
U tirctcj in anv or tn truck: enibraceu un
j. .1,:. i.... i . Ki.u
tla aaMirtmatit bttur auiud to tha market
Thrrt ia no reaaon to eipect a rite In tha price
T lUtt, aWe tl qdotatkma in tlie peicet our-
rent, wliich, rt will ha obatrnd, are the rttail
pnert of th-aartla.
Cmim con'inuea to ha in hnk demand,
The late rna h.r made the river narinhle
fcr mull Uoati and Hata.
W arc alto authorial b the Committee to
y, that the " Prict Cumnl pobUird in tltia
t.rcf i(aml re tHibl ahrd in the VVrtrn C.ro.
liman and eurrrcted weekly under thir in-
apeeii-Mi. may b oVpr.-l-d upon, at eihlbiting
a correct atitc.ncnl of 0i pn, a of Merdian.
d.ie and Produce, at tha tune of their puLli-
tiviaeMi, airT. 8, 1823.
Sir t The demand for cotton wat rood lait
-week, and clixcd on HarurJ.v, tha 6th, with
m at brnknrat, at ahovr advance. I'o-day,
iluiKlaV, the inquiry ia very great, but few hold
er ill apare a bale. 1'h'j ia a great chanfre in
tlie tone aiw tccitnfr or tne martet wiUttn a lew
diva, arI it oaring to the very favorable view of
we pnnnrxi. w iot. .. an an.cie apecuav
0 m p r ,
"MEETING OP niK WATERS.
We have before ut a New York paper
jonmmnjpen .cecum, aeven ana a nan
afiliinme l.i I a t rwff K f t k a aaaamAniaa .1 I
Ainany on tne orcetton or ceieDrannr trie
a 0 - .
completion c-i tne worthern and La.tern
eectiona oi tne Krrai vv enern v.anai, ana
me p.ttaee oi inenrti Dot irom the ut
ter into the Hudaoq, on Wednetday Uat
w -i prwB oay, no, oniy lor ew-
York, but for the Union.- The celebra
tloo waa accompanied by riplendid mill
tary end civil parade, together by a ane-
tv oi iateret.i.g ceremoniei.- i ne morn
4 W oi tne 8 ii . era otnerett in 6jr tie
ruiKiuijp', ocjift ana orinj ol cannon. -
t v t r trti ta a
1 BVW; . . Aafe",sr' "T'
ii r ouocrn me eieRmi canal Deal,
xne unwM yunw, appearco, wun cojprt
of which were the ('anil Coramittienert,
end other distinguished pcrtont ; and fol
lowed by four other boatt, filled with la
diet and jremlenren of "thcHirjr reipctta
bilily. On the arrival of the Dewitt Clin
ton, the New York Committee were in
vited on board, and the ceremony of lay ing
-l L Wt I I .L ll
ine topsione oi me v-anai, oy mo urana
vnapier oi mc aiaie wi cw-ior, com
rnencea by an address to the l itrone o!
or., oy mo, ncT. or. acy j acr wmcn
the alone was placed agreeably to the
ru.ra oi masonry, Dcanng me loiiowing
l - r .
ERECTED SEPTEMBER, 1823.
Dewitt t iiktoh, PrttlJent.
Stephcn Van Rinsselaeii.
Myron Holley, y
H. Seymour, Secretary.
Wm. C. Bouck.
Benjamin Wright, Chief Engineer
. ' ' George W. Young, Militant.
t 'Peter Stewart, BuUder.
. This ceremony being completed, Dr.
Sarmiel L. Mitchell, of the New-York
Committee, poured into the Canal a bot-
aWheVfrom VKe AtlanticlPceani and
novel ml interfatg'0cea8toniIZrr.rZ
boat De wit: Clinton passed through, towed
by 12 full manned barges. At the mo,
tacnt of her passing into the Hudsoni she
s saluted by a general dischurge of ar
tillery, and the lively huzzas of thousanda
ef persons who. witnessed the. spectacle,
Mucn feeling was. excited by the fact of
the Boat being piloted into the river by
v;nvwgge;i, wno ia now eigbty-touN ujpon tne monstrous aniraai, veiwrc mcy
years of age,, and who acted as pilot to succeeded in taking hin. If ever a ten
the French fleet under Count de Grasse, ant of the ocean lost his reckoning, tins
in Jn&.war of Independence, whetrit mn-; one- ait leasts wherr 40a miles- from-lhe
cljored before York Town, "previously to sea, rnust have found himself conaidera
thrtaptate bf Lord Cortiwknis'ana me bly out or his Iatitua Onecrrtlf
fcrmy under hit command towed by him '-40 miles in 7 hours, before
-' rtZ hbr:omtld:m:ihoie
The number bf people assembled on and ultimate capture afforded great diver-
iic. Dove occasion, is supposed to bava won tamousanaa oupecuiora.. , , te ,
been upwards at forty thougendt ; 1 - fCaTciffo Car. .
- The stores were closed and business : Munificence.-A gentleman of the city
lotpendcd at Albany, on the "8ih inst. in of New-York, haa presented the Theo
Older to , give alt an opportunity" oCrwt logical Seminary of.Auburn with the aum
netting the celebration of letting the wa- of Jifleen (koutarid dollur$, to eatablitb a
ter irom, the Canal lo the Hudson, 1
rMOU.I (.S 111 I'. I!:'-, i! i.uiti.
A vt t severe ti,im oi liumiane, t
CterSe rued al NewOrir.ni and ill heih
Lurl.ood about lhe n.lj i!a t-f hc(ciii!eri
by whuh considerable damage had been
done io the Cotton ti Sumr crops thrj-e.
and, in tome Instances, lo Ilia thlppin Jk
The B.liie Tucket sunk, neat
the Point during the norm.
Huih titmice hid been dona lo the
plantation between Bonnet Carre and
Bayeu Sarah, frees, fences, fields ofcorn
and cotton vera prostrated Ufora tha
ii, were represented at iiesrly rained.
I ..)..,,. ... -lift... ,f ,.
. , . . f '
KB.e. 'A1 .. ?
"nd Wowo off like itra w.
Ccn. Hampton's auar house wsi uo
K ...4... i..t..i i
iirpn . rrniiB in riHirm nt i rnrn ixh
J I TL - I 1 I
ah'a'le treat were blown down, and the
forctt eibiUiad one continued ruin. ,
I CharUtton Courier.
i na irrcai ouuaw juu,wno rouroer-
eo Ford two reri tince) and tHre
of hit principal attocUtat, lure al length
me( ,he fata they daterrad. prty of
,oun cemlcmen from Clarendon, un.ler
"l VeMr'-, Mjorg nt iUn
ninr, having received information ret?cl
tnir their encampment, concerted their
I meaiuret ao at to invite tba atlaik of
ncM d4rjnf oWr.j,,
, . .
r?fn' wh,n lLh ,b"
At the mo
itxmt io plunder a
rier b', ,nJ' re turpnted and dea
trored. Joe a head ha been pUced
a poir, near the mouth ol the baniee La
nil. Scuthern nirHifcncrr,
The election it over, the coniet it at
at end, peace it proclaimed, and the ran
quished with the victora mutt be content
to obey, and we trvt: willingly reipect
the thief Meiriitrate Prnntylvania ha
rhotcn. We pretume that no nun in
ha. na.ny doubt that Mr
Mi u I re i elected. Our opinion it un
ahaken ; we are now, at we recorded it
til month ago clearly ef opinion, that
Mr. Shulze a majority it not lett than
20)00, and that the whole vote through
iine ltito it 1 30,000- DfBio. Jrr.
The New Jerter General Election took
pl,r, on Thoraday last. T he contett wat
chiefly between thote who are in favor o
of inlerert i th ,u,et ,nd hoM who
tre for io.tring i; to x her tmt. Aa far
M.tj,e returna hare come in, it U believed
that the Six Prr Crrrf. Parry hat jrained
lhe ,icl0, Here u , niw di4lincUoo of
party .-Baltimore Patriot.
Vrr The hou.e of Mr. Todd, of
B4r,ie CMMfi n ,hU Sutj WM bumt Q
.,he, on th. , llh ujt. nd (wo of hi, chi,
dren otmhed in the flamet. Mr. Todd
had three children; the youngest waa in
the house when it took tire, the other two
playing in lhe yard -the eldest of whom
ran in to aave hia little brother, but was
burnt to death io the attempt.
SAnrttnr Orrurrrnrr. A Ultap fram a
Udf n P(,rUt Qnetdi county, N. Y. to her
friend in Whiting, Vt.) atatet, that
whUe four ladies ere taking tea together
ne,P thl, pl.ee, two of them sickened and
did at ih i.hu. .nrl ih nrhr A,A
I" , ... -
lbe next morning. On an examiation of
the tea kettle, it wat found that i hard
worm hid been boiled in it, the poison ol
which was the caute of their death.
A duel lately took place in Charleston
between the editor of the City Gazette and
Kdward P. Simons, a lawyer, in which
tne latter waa killed, rour shots ware
exchanged without effect; on the fifth,
Mr. Simons received a fatal wound in the
abdomen, and his antagonist was shot
through both ihighs.
A letter dated Valparaiso, June 1 9th,
tacked it that fjlace by three soldiers, who
bid hfm stop or ihjllS cutUWfpiil
clf .aoa vered. .tbe,
wounding another mortally, while the
third took to hit heels 1 Mr. Smith be
ongyd, to he; Macedonian.
Rare Sflort Indeed. The Inhabitant!
of Montreal,' on the t St. liawrence, have
been amused by the novel appearance of
a whale in that river, and several attacks !
Prolesaorship m thalinsutuUon.
1.1' . ;i n t Colrif I Norton, of L'j ; f r
C.'ui., Itrn conviitcdr.f Marilau,.-ri-
lir, in killing an ln!i.ri in a dud,
ton, we believe, It an
' Kated l London. Ia. e7nL
A Urije collection of people la Up; ,c
( ant'la have bren sadly dltappoimed, It
caute two poor fellow were iiot ciccuted
it the ippobtcd time mi.
The Georgetown Metropolitan aifii
A tremleraan left niliiroore tettcrdty
nioininjr, and arrived here before tha
opening of the baiiki. Thut the Ipirll of
pppotuion eo.hlet iiaee owner to cu
nondert In tha of tratclilni;. We
are ftirjul, however, that the rood old
timet, when a man could rat el to Phlla
reeei era Uott k of w in
with tit coin pa
Ing Aw may hap
pen i for we hear thai a reiponaible com
pany lately mad propot-la for tarrying
the mail, daily, In ttagas, between Blii
more and Washington, for one dv'Lr fier
tnnutftl These who could do thia could
certainly aftjid to give the pattengcrs a
bottle of wlneeich, for the honor of tbtlr
comptoy. W have .not yat learnt whe
ther this proposal hat been accepted. It
wat certainly the lowest bid at. Int.
lion rat aeeatrria, (a.i ) TtLtea.ra.
- The body Lf Captain Samuel Currier,
of thia pi ire. wat found in lhe Crnetee
river, below the Carthage fall,, on Friday
In'. 4 Mr C. it appeared, had berome
weary of a life-, whu.n I him had yielded
mora of sorrow ttun joy, hnd evolved up
on the rah esprri'vicnt af going uncalled
into lhe pretence of hit Creator. He it
tuppoted lo have dcliarately taken off
hit clothes, which hung jimn a tree, and
plunged in'o the liver. He had been the
huthand of rvm wivet. tiof whom ware
buried at the mouth of the Genesee riv
er, ami all of whom be has now followed
to a world of spirits.
Mr. Rothtchild it sid lo be the richest
mm that ever exitted in England. Re
port states, thai he is unable lo estimate
the value of his own property. How
then csn others do it f But an assertion
has been ventured, that he can at any
moment- command - upwards of - fifteen
millions sterling! more than sixty six
million! or dollart ! No wonder that tuch
man should be the main tpring ef the
stock markett tod a tort of arbiter of
the politics of Europe it ith. Cwni.
A verdict of damaget, to the amount
of 300. aterling, has recently beeo given
in r.ngland, agatnal ao attorney, who in
a transaction in which he had been intrust
ed by hit principal with a sura of monejr
f 1000 pounds) to be loaned on the security
of a mortgage, bad advanced the cash
while the land wal net in fact worth the
amount loaned in consequence of which
hit employer lost about the amount of the
verdict. Savannah Grorpan.
A Water Melon waa served up on the
table of the Cincinnati Hotel, on the 8th
Ult. weighing ttxtv-ohe fiovndi. beinsr two
cet eight inchea in length, and three feet
and once inch in circumference. Thia
we believe to be the largest melon ever
raited in America.
Mammoth Sumtrtin-A symbelin was
raised the past season, on the plantation
of Major Thomas Donoho, near Caswell
Court House, which measured S feet 4
inches in circumference, 6 feet lcogtb-
lie, and weighed 120 pounds.
A Pear was shewn to ut yesterday,
which was raised near Milton. It weigh
ed two and three fourtha pounds. Match
-these, who can I Milton Gazette.
Coffee It is mentioned among instan
ces of the extraordinary production of
plants, that a young lady el Albany, N..
ately gathered from a single seed of the
coffee bean, 93 coffee berries or seeds.
STATE AFFAIRS. ; "
A countryman in England being re
quested-to - Jielp a member rparluu
acciucct ally fallen from h.t 1hQrBe,,re-!
lied, that he did not wish to meddle
with state affain. -
FJrETTEVlLLE PMCES. Oct. 23.
Cotton; 14 to 15 1 flour,fine,5i luperfine.Sli
wheat, 96a Kl i whiskey, 40 a 42t peach brandy,
50 a 62 i apple do. 40 to 45 corn, 40 to 45 ; ba.
con, V a 10 j salt, Turka Island, 85 a 90, per 100
buahels molasses, 40 to 45 1 sugar, muscovado, 9
to 10; coff ee, prime, green, 28, to 29 2d and 3d
quality, 26 to 28 1 tea, hyson, 1 25 1 flaxseed 75 1
tallow, 8 a 9 1 beeswax, 30 a 32 j rice, 3 50 to 4 per
sou ids, j iron, a to s, nr. iuu h. i iodscco
leaf, 3 a 4 manufactured, to 20 jpr.ewt,
Cotton, 15 to 15 ctf. t Flour, ne-w per barrel,
5 a 6 old 4 ia 5j i Corn, bush, 45 to 50 ctt.
Oatt 30 to 35 cts.x Peai 155 to 75 cts. Wins
key, gal. 40 to 45 ctt. i Apple Brandy, 40 to 45 j
Tobacco.,3 to 4t .BteswaJt, lb. i0 cU. i J'-llo,
Butter, lQ lo!20ct. i Bagging, 35 1 40 cU. t
ilrou, 5 to 6 dols. t Bait, bush. 1 dol. t Sugur,' 7
to 12 dola i Conee, lb. 28 to 30 cU. s Twuie, lb.
30 cU. Molasses. 40 to 50. ,
CaftanThis article is Coming from all quar
ters i there ia a large quantity in market thia
week, which brought generally op the average,
about U cents. '
en tnu: tray rr.tr: v, o. t. d.
. i.u.. I. r:l i,i ; i, . .! ,, 2 t,,
4i.ir r, l' !..), !,.,tt ,
pnii.e, 4 1 ii.f. r.ur I J t I. i ,
(Prun) J4 to i4 t N, K, K ,,,
Ant.lt llfi.1r, 3J lo 31 rte i TuLac.
37 In 5.1
C'i, a.rritutk)r, mrpa, l"a,cttcv.llc, fcr, '.' t
t l!rrat, 33 ! 51 emit, Tallow, f to8
!'.;,; ii.xrt-M, stru, 1 Ni. 1, 9 1 r.rima k No.
2, 6 to H Mukarrt, No. 2, i t Na. 3, 4
lUfwn, I to V eta. llama, 1 1 to 1 S i Uril, 10 to 13 1
IU-yg, Ihirxlre It lnrrr. (ii irl.) 28 eta. i
C-gmae Uraml), 1 20 to I 3a per gal. i llf!ami
(.io, 9) to 1 10 eti. per gallon Iron, RMa k
l.lta, 4 to 41 1UU IU.I EnjrUh 3f lalt,
UverjMiol eoar-M-, 6? ) eta. per boalrli lark,
Turka Mand, ii a IS i 8u)rr, Havana Wliite, 13
to4i Hraan,tto8 atuarHailo,91to 01
It. Croll (nrtme) 1 1 1 N. Orlrn, prime, 10 1
licrior, 71 lo 8 Kcftued IW Hut', 19 to
20 1 Coffee, beet green, Uj Inferior to rV
to 24 1 Ifvaon lea, Vila 105 eta. per lb. (
am.Jm-lCa We4a., Waet wd,i rMolal.
S ( W. 1.1 20 to 38 ctM lllack Ptpper, 20 U31 1
Punento, 28 1 30. ,
ft. Carolina Hank CDa, 3 a 2 per cent dia. i
CeorglB.fa Jldo. ... ,
. f'o. H ia ratimated that ahont twelve or
thirteen hundred bales have already reached
our market one half of It Km been slopped to
Northern porta i moat of the balance Laa beea
purthaard for the European market. Price I
have declined about half a cent In the pound,
since our Uatwe now quote new L'tUimti at
in. iai . 1
fa iikiu, .
g" 11 111 . 11 ..... . ',.... .
Tailorini?;, at Lincolnton.
THE anbacriber rvturne hia thank t to the citl
aena of Uncolutoe and ita vlcinitv. fur tlie
verv liberal pa'ronare ith a loth tliey have
hitherto favored hinn and bega leave lo inform
hia friemla and the public in general, that he
rill rtill continue to ramr on lhe above buaineaa
in all ita vario.it brancliet, at hia old vtand. He
aauret all bo ill favor him with their diatom,
that their a or k ahatl be nrrformcd U a faaliion.
able and duratle manner.
At he ia determined not to have any inferior
workmen umlrr him, be fet la confident that hia
plinctual attention to the pertrmance of hia
prom. tea, and the aoperior at)le ia which hi
work will be executed, mutt merit to him the
confidence and favor of all bit frierxlt. He haa
hitherto been accuatomed to obtain the latest
faabiona from Charlealon, and will atill emleavur
to do an, twice a year, br the mrrVhanta who
viait that City. 1 be aubacriber can aaaure all
who mav wih to favor him with their patronage.
that he haa become master o tha art oi eutUug
garment! agreeably to tha beat plan known in
the United Statrai and, at teaing well it the
moat essential part in making a garment, he can
alao aaaure tliem, aa ha keeps none but good
warkmen, that part aha!) be aatiafartorilv per
formed. All who arc unaijuainted with the sob.
acriber, aa to hia punctuality, morality or work
manehip, are referred to any of the foltiVmg
me reliant! of f .rneotrrttm, who tmvr firomJ him
with liberal patronage, viu Col. John Hoke,
Col. DanUI Hoke, Dark! Kamaoor, Jacob Kam.
aonr, Hobcrt II. Hurton, Jacob Forney, and Jarob
K.enliardt, DAM FX bl.ir.LK.
LtnctlnitH, Ott. 27, 1823. 7otf
P, M. My pricri shall be favorable, aa the
time! are growing somewhat duller and more
TtTclToV & Hong,
(ImH Ptravol O Miutn,J
INTOItU thair country fmmla and cus
tomers, that they have removed from
their old stand, to Nn. 335 King Street,
few doors below Boundary Street, Where
they are now opening a large ami exten
sive importation of fresh and genuine
Drugs cj Medicine.
Jihn, Point, Oil, Hit, J, CIom, UaUero
andV "uimiali, withe great variety
xif others articles.
Ckariffn, Oft 1823, 3t80
NOTICE i! hereby given to tba public, that
the several notes of hand given by llrice
and John little to Mrs. Hart, Tor the house.
mill and laiida. at Beatie a Ford, a ill not be nauL
if traded aa sr. M IU IAM UTI LE.
Xtv. 3, 1823. 3t80
Pocket Book Lost.
THE subscriber kaa joat a common aixed red
morocco pocket-book i he had it out of his
pocket about sun-set on Saturday evening last,
in tie town of Salisbury. It had about 20 in
money in it, and a number of notea of band on
different peroanai one ia against Isaiah Duboec,
of Darlington, 8. C. i another given by a Mr.
r leuit to bamuel rultin i and others that are not
remembered. There wu a V) bill in it, on the
Bank of Cape Fear, with one end torn off and
fastened with either sealing-wax or a wafer. A
reward of gli will be given for the pocket book,
on ita delivery to tlie aubacriber, or the printer
in Salisbury. FRANCIS FI LTIN.
fcaaee 2T, 1823. , 3t79
JS. a visa to b poaaessed or tne tniliua laws,
m . . . ... .. . . .u l -
exit mw-be tfppfied-U
uiem, oy appij nig ai uie priiuing-onice.
Yadkin Navigation Company.
A MEKTING of the President, and Directors
of thia company, will be held at the house
of William II. Slaughter, in the Town of Salia-
bury, on Tuesday, the 18th of November next,
Also, a general meeting of the Stockholders
will be held at the same place on Thursday, the
20th of November next, being the Tuesday and
Thursday of Rowan county court.
. ' A. D, MUBPHEV, Prttident.
Oettier 22, 1823. 4t80 .
-TEstate dr-Robertr Bairdr
ALL who are indebted toj he estate of Robert
;BalrI,""are required to make Immediate pay.
ment. All who have demands against the estate
oT UoliSrt TJairfrafe"require
for sottkment at or before the 20th of Wovember,
1823, or else this notice will be plead in bar of
recovery.' WILLIA M BARB Lit, .JJin'r.
JOct. 18; 1823. 3tf8
I?OR sergeant! of militia, of an approved form,
are kept for sale at the CartHvian Office
, for sale ai sbii Ofllctvt . '
iUtl f.ntl ft:
1 n. rrc itcj l..l.: i I., at.1 ...la
tin an "i.iii''ii' tern, Y tC., 'I ai.h
rn an.l Sirf:.ciita, art i r I t t tl. A new
ril(pi a hoar yea! I..r dil.vrry. lit
Jut publ'th4 tha
Country Almanac, for !H2l j
ttlthh tonialm the Ufrial matter f il in Alma
ra(S tie Houifc Carolina Caoniaa iltrmt at t!,
Uat araMoni lli Nor li;h,l,i a ro-iri a I
emmrnt tlie fWnrgia iturti and grr ut
tha tiarxlroer'a Calt mlar, ai wUrf unl r an t
Intertttliig matiar, calculated fur North, trol.
na by Jiwltua Btiarpe,
CJ Cuaaiintly on hand I tupp'y of I'lillaJf U
itna manu(.turi:d ....
J Juat re'd a rwir rmuit pf Havana AVore.'
(Mi6rrl, 11U .CatBl
; Jlerchnnli IIt)ti'If"
Mjn of iht ti.mn Sun, trT atio J (J jaoaaOJf
' II fit, (Ltfittm, .V. V.
CIIAttLP.i II. It Min fetprrtftilly inform
hi! ac'inaintaneea and Traveller rrn r!tr.
that hia well knowa eatabliitiment has becwrofw
aiderably Unproved aitvc" the Uat year, wliith
renters a aa comrortable aa any House in the
City,' Its aituation, being in the ecn're (f
buwneaa, renders il partkulaHv worthy the paU
rnnage of Merchants from tne cunry, a' 1
Ptaliltrs. ' Tba llooae contains unaanlaof aa
tv rooma, and is high ami airy the HaMis are
fire-proof, and are aituatei on lhe opposite slila
of the street, under the direction of tart M
oatlrrsi the Table will alwavsbe furn'uhed a ith
the beet tlie Butkct aflorda, ami the liar ill
gimd Liquors, and an attentive Uar-Keeprr4
Every attention shall be paid to those ho atop
at the house.
N. H. The Columbia and Auguita KUft
oflire ia kept at thia house. 6(81
CkaiU., H. C. Sept. 22, 1823.
erla now receivli
j a W
fill IE subscriber la now receiving a tare sa ,
1. aortmentof lHY titXIHK, IIAKD-HARK,
Cl'TLEKV, DOMT.S l lCKH, kr. from New.
ork and Philadelphia, ar let ted by hirr.arlf a ita
care, and bought on the beat terma. Iking ant.
ion! to secure a continuance of hit prttrii' ri - ,
ectable euatom, he haa come to a detenn'ina.
lion to otTer hia etenive stork of Goods in
lisbury, al prices a bich, in lis opinion, will be
fouml aa low at the price of thoaa ho advertiae .
"arllinr off al eot Ilia eiiatoOiera anil ika
public generally, are inritetl to call, eismint,
and judge lor tncmaclvca. '
JOHV aJCUPHY. 1
Rrman Ctuitty, M C. Jug. 1823. ' f5fl ,
iir. it AoouniiHi..v a,
flllP. subscriber has very rcCehtly received r
I. from Philadelphia, an aaaortmcnt of '
Dry Goods,- HardTrarc,
CMtlrrti una Domrniet $
which, with the assortment he evpecta to re
ceive in a short time, will enable him to tell at ;.
aaiisfactory prices. Ine public are n iiectfullw .
invited to call, and examine for thcniKlvea. '
Sulitbury, Ji. 16, 1823, 47
- ..The Copperamithing. and Tin Plata buaineaa.
future be conducted by me, at the same ptaoe.
Those who favor me with their euatom, mav Ie '
pend on having meir wore done with ttcatucsa,
durability and despatch.
. EDWP. CRESS.
Negroes lor Sale.
A FAMILY of likely' AVrrsea, conaiating of. a
man and woman, a child four jeara old, and
one two ) cars old, oay be had for notes ncgotU
abW ia thetat Bank, or one reasonab'ewitlt.
1 be man ia a tolerable shot maker, and the wo
man acrustomrd to house-work, washing, ke, ..
Apply at this office. . ,..'
Srpl. 1823. 73lf "
-. Catawba Land for Sale. ,
SlT-fTt AC,EHoB the Cataaba, two mrlea
0&$JU north of lleatieaford, inferior to none,
on the River for the production of corn, cotton,
wheat, and the various other produelions of our
country. Also, another email tract, ol about 139
arres, whereon I now live , on hich there ia
an excellent cotton-ein and errrws.- Foe terma
apply to the aubacriber, two and a halfniilca
aoutb-west from Beatietrord -; " - '.
. BOBT. ABERNATIIY, Jr .
OffsarrlS, 1823. ; St79
Cotton Saw Gins.
f pilE aubacriber fiu now on hand, for sale, at
al hia ehop in Sahabury, on Main 8tr tf. Cot.
ton Saw Gina, of hit own make, which he will
warrant to be as well made at any in the State.
He will constantly keep gina for ealei and will
do all kinds of repairing, on short notice, and
SaUtiury, Ar. 18, 1830. . ' 67 .
f H E fobacriber hag-eatabltahed himself 1
tijkbove-hna of business mne fbwn'of "
bis aerviceatothe cUizena of that place, and the
surrounding country. He invites all who with
prmenta made, to call on him, and give him a '
fair trials He Intends to make itrapfCTnenUfbr
fair trial. ; He ji
do hia Work in
at est fashions i and will strive to
the moat approved and durable
Orders for work, tent from a distance, will be
punctually executed, JACOB R1RL1N.
M C. Sept. 9, 1823. . 7
State of North-Carolina, " , :
COCRT of Equity, Sept. Term, 1823 Bill for ,
alimonv r -rrtr Coiby her next friend
Tboa. Tripleit, against Braxton Cox; and Joa.
Wellborn.. adminialraWr. 4t.aipeariijr to 4 he- -
satisfaction of tfit Court, that the dtkndant,,
Br4xton Cox, ia a non-resident of thia Mate t it it
therefore ordered by the Court, that piibHcation
be made in the Western Carolin'iau for three
months successively,' that unless the said defen V
uant appear at our next Court to be held for the
rounty of Wilkes, at the Court-HouM in Wiiket
boro, on the second Monday In March next, then
and there to plead, answer, or demur, or said
bill will be 'taken pro. confewo, and beard ex
parte . , J. CV .N.jr. Q.ME.,
Price adv, 54, - 3mt89