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Ailhc mailt are j-rc.Ur detaftd.hy iHs
present mode ef tonvcvaiite wt, u
. Alriilc would not ihe route succeed
tetter tf eliding the course of it, end
m; In? fiont I'ayettcvtile, tit Charlwtte or
belltburr, Uncolnton, Morganion, Ashe
llle,to Newport, Tennessee. This route
. would answer all U purpose of ihe one
from Chsrlcston, fur the stages arrive dai
ly from the frth end toutb at Ftyelie
till, it ihe line which hi lately been put
. at a . n. a a i a
In operation from ratttteuietor.ot.oit
nd ihe ateam packet from Norfolk to
New-York, would afford "e quick passage
to ihe Uuer city. The citizen of the op
, ' ur rwrt of Alabama, Tennessee, and
ivai p t'f Kentucky, would find 'thi the
. oulckeit conveyance to New-York j and
- the eapenve much let than from 4'oarUe
ton, f la Cheraw. A aiage now rum from
Favettevillc, U Cheraw, to Columbia
and i hence south end another from Co
lumbiato Charleston $ io that Fayettevill
it the point at which thia western lira
should interaect the other. J be paa
tengert from Tennessee to Charleston, and
the great number of parsons who would
leave the sickly country Io north and aouth
Carolina, and visiter to the Catawba and
Warm Springe, would assist very much
In the support of this lino.
I have been informed that very respec
table petition from Tennessee, for the
line via Cheraw, till be presented to Con
great next aeaiion J also, from the wcatci
coumiea in North Carolina. I hope the
turner io thrae netitiona ill have no
objections to terminate the line at Fay
etieville for a the expense baa been the
great objection, the probbUity of tuc
ceeding will be greater . from Kayetieville
than any other pUce ; and ihe convenience
by the stage to Norfolk, will be very great
I hope some person, more capable than
myself, will ahow the necesaily of thi
important line to the public ; a it is abso
luicly n'ctuary, in order to secure a reg
clar end safe conveyance to the mail
At the meeting held at the Tontine
Couee House on Monday laat, Mr.C'olden
...in the courte of his speech, mentions that
360 milea of the canal were opened and
rendered navigable, though it was but
year on the 4th of last July since the firs
tod waa removed at its commencement
aothat one mile baa been finished pe
week, at an average calculation, including
all the labour and expense of digging
boring, raising culvert, bridge, lock and
cam. 1 his, be remarked, wa an exam
- pie of despatch unprecedented in the his
tory of canal, and doe great honour to the
foresight and policy, a welT as to the
perseverance and the resource of the
State of New-York...
' Mr.Colden related the following occur
rence, which it highly illustrative of the
wonderful expedition and success with
which this gigantic work has been carried
en. About a year after the canal was
commenced he was travelling along a
part of it which had then been made, and
as the boat stopped a few moments on the
way, he stepped on shore. Passing near
the house of an bonest old Dutch acttler
who waa aedatejj amokjngjiivpipe at the
doo Mi e enquired ot him how he liked the
canal. The answer was of a dubious
character ; and being urged, he confessed
that he wa not altogether gratified at ihe
successof the commissioners. . Ue, could
nor deny that It furnished a convenient
mode of transportation, and enhanced the
value of his lands yet there was tome
thing melancholly.to him in the tight;
for when the- surveys were making only
a few months belore, he was an inveterate
unbeliever in the accomplishment of the
proposed design, and . had expressed his
willingness to die at soon as he should
tee vessels sailing through his wood-lot.
A writer in the Baltimore Patriot, un
der the signature of Patrick Htnry, re
commends that a Grind National .Con-
venttoa JjeJield- In the-citof Philadet-
vies: swr-TuisHirgM. ise kwh m any
HXU.-!QrUie pu rpote of normnatmjr
:itMtablemon for tTTe" office of President
? vBited St at e t..The project it not
new, nor do we believe U can be accom
plished, on account of the want, of funds
-Tbe-plaii we doubt uut, wouldbe a popo'
Jrone,if the expenses could be defrayed
upon any other principle than the one
auggested by, Patrick Jlenru -to .wit
each member of the, convention defraying
nis owji expense f J his is too mucb af
ter the fashion of the British parliament,
to meet the sanction of the American
Munificent D6nation.m.The late Johs
,McLlAJ,1oi.CoaloiK.y tow 4jetreirrrrtt
ir oiw,wu m am oi the Manachusettes
- General Hespital thui :reilder!ng the de
ceased the greatest benefactor of this hu
mane institution. . Another act onius
gentleman is worthy of record. 5 He once
failed" for a large amount, and, took the
benefit of the old United States bankrupt
law. Some year after he tailed upon hit
creditors who had tuftered by his (availing
wmself of the law, to bring In their tfaims
I with interest added up to the date of the
m oyertieaent, which be paid epon pre-wwment-fl.
, V felt Of-' .VlO'lTlit Poll
Matter (iei.erl hit i ltd circuliri to
hit drpitiiet, requiring themtootrt jin fiom
all p'ibliilicrt of hewipapart mailed h
their respective office t, returns upan oath,
of the Oemtar of papers deposited in the
mill, and the pott ofucet to which they
are directed the oath of the perton who
fold and direct the paper will pe admit
ted. Thi oaib will tj required at the
expiration of every three months These
account art to be remitted to Washing
ton, for the inspection of the presiding
officer in that department. Post Matter
are further required to charge the postage
oo ncwipapcra, one quarter in advance-
M apprize printers ot an pper not taken
out -cf their tHkci, and they will be re-
qnired to account with the- Cene'ai IW
Ulhce, kr the postage of all newspaper,
little is they can show that Ibc subscriber
refused to receive them, and that the
ptiotert were apprized of the fact. .
Baltimore Jhrn. Chron.
A political quandary. The Ceneral Re
publican Committee, of the City of New
York, chotcn last year, have recommend
ed ait adherance to the " steady habit" of
choosing the Presidential Electors by a
legislative vote, fur the support of a cau
cus nomination by Congress. Hut the
Nominating Committee, recently appoin
ted in that city, contains a majority who
who is not in favor of a general ticket of
F.lectors by the people. And the ith
for an alteration to this efTect is rapidly
gaining ground in the Stale. If it pre
vails, the opponents of Mr. Crawford are
confident of hi being left in a minoiitv,
and that some other candidate (we think
Mr. Adams) will receive 'he 16 vote of
that important State, which may possibly
decide the election in his favor,
Double Ditafifio.ntment lie fore the re
cent election for governor of Pennsylva
nia, the friends of each candidate were
sanguine in the triumph of their favorite.
The friends of Shulze, however, more
sanguine than those of Gregg, calculated
on a majority ol Irom 10,000 to 15,000.
The result hat' proved that both were
wrong, as Mr. Shulze'a majority will bor
der on 30,000. It is calculated that the
Greggites have lost not less than half a
million of dollars 011 the election. I he
friends of Gregg have submitted to tbeir
defeat with much philosophy.
WILMINGTON, OCT. 25.
We are informed that tbn feet of wa
ter can be drawn over the Bulk Head,
where the improvement hare lately 1eaTcrb'pTrn
made In the Lape-rear at Clark a island ;
iberefore, the report that vessels cannot
come up to town, is without foundation;
the water In the eastern channel bat
deepened considerably. But we are not
to suppose tnai mis win do me iuii oeptn
of water when the balance of the works
are completed, and which are now going
on. A aurvcy of the improvements is
about to be made, when we tball publish
more minute account. -
The N. York National Advocate says,
44 The French talk of sitting fire to Ca
diz by their ships. There is not a frame
house in thecity ; all are of atone, and
hardly pjeoeAtaimberh tr be 'seenTS?
They may fire till they are tired ; it will
do Cadiz no injury."
At a meeting of the citizens of Orange
county, N. Y. a moiipn was made, appro
ving a caucus nomination, which was op
posed. and the consideration of the ques
tion postponed until after the session of
Congress, on ihe, alleged grounds, that
such a resolution won lit be a pledge to
tuftfiort the actt of men with nvhom the Jico-
file were unacquainted.
Cherokeetand Osagei.Ncw difficulties
are said to have broken out between the
Cherokee ond Osage Indians, and a hun-
tfeg f? tb
oy tneiauer,nna some onneir men titfcu.
7it VWhe chief of -1 he Cherokee
party, dispatched a runner to his nation to
procure 1 rteihforeement and. a party lias
gope from the nation, to render bim
i?si3iaatfc: . r-
Xatchez We are glad to observe that
the fever which lately proved so fatal at
Natchez has subsided. Accounts from
.exington of the 9th inst. tay, that no
new cases occurred since the late hurri
cane. ' The deatha in thirty ay a from the
9th -August to the 18th September,
amounted to about 200 . ..r
Tk. n, .! from ibV nen of Mr.
Pilot, has been delayed in consequence of
the sickness of the author and a part of
his family. The ficst volume and nearly
00 pages on the second were punted in
the early part of this summer. ' Mr. C. is
now on the recovery1.
The biter bittenU-h large eel, six feet
long and one foot girth, was found on the
shore of lake Sunapee, N. H. choaked io
death wub a : large horned' pout in his
throat, which the eel had Endeavored to
swallow tail foremost.., . . -
Tie following clrcunriurire It a re
matkalle instance t-f the ri"u collision
ef tba yellow fever 1 A young English
man who arrived at St. Thorns with a
young and beautiful countrywoman, whom
be had secretly married, was attacked by
the yellow fever, When the ditae was
at its height, and the symptoms of ine
vitable death became apparent, the young
woman, in dtspair, bad determined not to
survive the object of bar affection, the
undressed herself entirelr, and placed her
toif by the tide of her dying husband, in
led, embracing bis body. ,6 he remained
forteri court in tbi aituailon.'and' wai
with difficulty removed after be had breath
e J Lit last. She did not experience the
tlightett tymptom of the disease. r
At the celebration of the junction of the
water of the Wi item Lake with those
of the Hudson, by meant of the Erie Ca
nal, which took place at New-York on the
Btblntt., among the other luauries and
dainties which swelled the list on ihe oc
casion, a ticbly decorated pie was placed
on the plateau, from which, on the lid be
ing removed, a pair of white carrier pi
geon flew out and over the hall, bearing
intelligence from Albany, that the mee
tingof the waters had taken place. Aboui
ihe nerk of one, fastened to an azure rib
bon, was the following communication t
Ofl fitm the Ark, the Tarent Dove
ttmt f;rth in joy at Heaven's command.
At h-tgh hrard Us note of love
Ibe parting wulm a'towed the land.
But now the parted water netu
Old Ocrau's vsus hh Kric'i play
I come in peace and love to greet
The friends upon their vtJJinj day.
A Handsome Compliment. The Ladies of
New lork have presented Mr. Clinton,
late governor of that state, with a Aafntrn
Pillov, in remembrance of his service in
recommeading and prosecuting the Erie
Canal, It is covered with white silk, and
trimmed with crimson, and is represented
to be very elegant.
J'ew York Steam Packet. XV e learn'
from Norfolk (hat this fine vessel ran
ashore on Cape Henrv, in a thick fog, on
the morning of the 4th inst. 1 here were
thirty passenger on board from New
Yotk, who are all safe, as well as the
whole of the cargo. There appears to be
no prospect of getting this valuable ves
sel off againt. Pettrtburg fiafitr.
Virginia Tobacco Croft
rgihia have tullcre'd very mu
from thelate tevere frosts. In Albermarl
county the frost swept every thing before
it, with the exception of a imall portion of
the crop that grew on elevated situations.
One half is considered a moderate esti
mate of the general loss.
Beat thit f you ran. Deacon Enoch
Little, of Botcawen,has this season raised
a heifer calf, which at 3 months old
weighed two hundred pounds, and at 3
month weighed Hhrte hOTdrcdTThe
calfia now 6 months eld, and is estimated
by judges to weigh tlx hundred pounds.
Indian Corn. Fall ploughing, for Indi
an corn, ixemmcAded by thePrsidehl
of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Society,
as a sure preventive against the grub or
cut worm Cufle-Fear Recorder.
A vineyard of a Mr. Elchelberger, in
York, Penn. contains 10 acres, covered
with vines of Lisbon, white and other
grapes. He will make 40 barrels of wine
this season, and he intends to extend his
vineyard to 20 acres next year.
Anecdote. An old maid was telling her
age, which she said waa just thirty-six. A
gentleman in the room doubted the truth
of her statement, but was corrected by
het brother, who said, . 44 It must be true,
for she Jiat told -the ; tsmttitor loin
The 44 Boston Female Society for mh
sionary purposes," state in their report,
that no less than two thousand abandoned
females are calculated to exist in that city.
This number is almost one-sixth part cf
all the female in the city above 1 6 years
of age. The report suggests that the
number of abandoned men equals, if not
exceeds, that of the other sex ! and if the
former were diminished, the number of
the latter would lessen of course.
Haven, is appointed by the Governor of
bio oi mo vnucu aiaici, uiitmoiicu uy
the death of the HenTayatti Ifolriliiiahr''
Col, Aaron Ogden has recovered S2500
of Thomas Gibbons, for sending bim a
challenge, to Eght,aduel. .The cause was
tried at Newark, before Chief1 Justice
Kirkpatrick. and a .special jury. Very
A pumpUn wai lately gathered in
Rockingham co. Virginia, weighing 136
pounjs, r v
rAtr.rrr.riu.r. tnici. ji.
Ciltntt, 15 n 5), r.,)if,f.nr, 5 , i!jirrf,nr, J J ,
he t, ';!i 1 j lVry,4'Ja 11 1 pr' h lrn U ,
) f..ij..ki!.t, tjtulSi rirn,40io4i
", 9 a 1J i!t, lurk IttaifL BJtVO, per 1J
W!iU, n.cLr,4) to 4Ji "i;r, am,' V
to 10, eoirce, priror, rrtr n, "'A to ?) i 24 ami 34
Qilir, 26 a 2a tea, hj son, fcl a 1 2J , !i-el,
Ti a IW 4 UiUi. 8 a V i ber oral, 33 a 32 1 rire, 3 JO
to 4 per tuO lbs. iron, VJ WJ to J, pr. 1W lb. i
twbwce kaf,3 a 4 ouauUcUiftd, S to 20 pr. cwt
cntnAtr r bices, ku23.
Cotton, II eta. TVmr, aew, per barrel,
I a 6 1 U i to 9 Corn, both, 4J to 50 et.
O.ta, JO to iS eta. i Prat, tS to 73 eta. i M'hls
iry, gal 40ta 4Jcta. Jp(Jtmlx,iO I04J,
l bcca, 3 to 4 1 Uecawsx, tb. 30 rU. i 1'sllow,
I to Tela. ltaco.1,9 to!3cta. UnLf WlQcts.
Hotter, 10 to 90 eta. i Itaning, 3$ to 41 eta. i
Irm, f to f dota. Hk, buth . U. luirsr. 7
to 1 dla i Coffee, lb. 28 to 30 eta. Tviiw, tb.
w eta. Moiaaaea, 4U to 3U.
Cw-11 trauaactiona in tliia article the
pat week have been tolerable we quote prime
at 15 eta. Mr 14 a 14) eta. but a few tarrt par
Celt have appeared in Market this werki auch
at have, were readily taken at our quotation. .
CJLUllESTOX PRICES, (kt. 37.
Cotton, I. Ithmd, 35 to 30, fained do. 13 to
lfl 8antee, 30 to 24 1 abort staple, 1) to 14 1
Rice, prime, g4 j Inferior to gtod gl to 31 1
Whiakrv, (Ptnn.) 35 to 36) eta., N. K. Itum,
36 to 3 Apple I) randy, 33 Io 34 ctt. i Tohac
co, Kenturky, (ieorria. Fa) etteville, ae. 3) to
4 1 Itertwat, 31 to 33 erntti Tallow, 7 to 1 1
Decf. Iloaton Meat, 10 to 10) So. 1,9 1 prima k
No.3, 6 to 7) i Mackaret, No. 3, 5 i No. 3, 4 1
naeon, 8 to Vet 1. 1 ll.ma, 1 1 to 14 1 Urd, 10 to 13
Hagfing, Dundee . Inverness, (43 inrli) 28 cla. i
Cognise Pramly, 1 30 to 1 30 per gal. i Holland
Gin, 95 to 110 eta. per rallon t Iron. Ruaala V
Swedtt, 4 to 4 100 tba. Rnrlith 3) Amh,
Liverpool coarse, 62 tta. per btnltelt Turks
Turks I.Und, 55 a 63 1 Sujrar, Havana White, 12
to 14 ( llroan, 8) to 8) i aluieovadA, 9 to Hi
fit. Croii prime 1 1 to 1 It i N. fh-kana, prime, 10 1
Inferior, 7) to 8) i Refined Loaf uifar, 16 le
vj t otice, bttt grrcn, 25. InlerKjr to gnol,
32 to 24; llvton Ira, 95 to 105 eta. per lb..
Hum, Jam. 95 a 100 eta. i Wett India, 65 1 Mala.
art, ( W. I. 26 Io 28 ctt. , Ulack 1'ippcr, 20 to 21 (
North Carolina Tank Bill, 3 per cent dia. ,
Georgia, 3 do.
C"M4. tfplamU sell pretty freely at they
come in, at from 15) to 16) centa.
lit Dayon, Ohio, pn the 7th August lt,,by
Moms Grrer, Ol. Mr. Cro Hmd, to Miat
Cuthanne If'imvrr, til of that county.
Nothing mora fit, indeed.
Since we all do know,
A weaver muat have a reed '
Ilcfore the loom can go.
" " DIED,"
Near thit town, on the 38th uJt. Mr. Eliza
bttk Pinliim. wife of Mr Peter Pinkston.
In Concord on the 19th uh. after an illivea
ojlyjeqayty'ttrs. Anna Xewby, wife of Mr.
Jolin Kea by, in the 18th year of her age.
-In Ualaigh, W4dy
ult Saruk WhI, the youngest daughter of John
At New-York, on Thursday laat, of a linger
ingnineaij MrPgiez AaV Printing- Hrett ma
ker, lie. aged 29 year. The deceased waa a
titan of geniua and science, and may justly be
considered a public Iota. a After graduating at
Yale College, he turned hi attentioa to median
ical tubjecta, a!ldt1cJnJudJJrad4,
tbote who gave system and respectability to the
aria. lie waa a modest unassuming man, of re
fined sensibility, and elevated principles of in
tegrity and honor. His last moments were te-
rena and unagiuteditbottt .tai" fcwW aSTTT',,Tr
ni'" ". """aTw w, TkjoTICE la hereby given to the public, that
fcllaJeepuiJcaua. , ( the Kytnl not;,f huti thy Briee
JDDJIESS tfthe Prtiitlcnt if the Sandy Crttk
... . ...w .
library Aoei.-rv, nl IHfirJfril annual rnfrHnr.
IEI LOW CITIZENS t In discharge of the
official dutirt enjoined on mr by your con
slitution, 1 with, at thia tin e, to call sour atten!
. - . u - . - ,- . ..r .1 i t
tion to the transact ion t of the preceding year.
Little more than twelve months since, yuur So
ciety sprang into being and, as might have
been reasonably expected, the' beginning was
very inauspicious. Since that time, there hat
been a continued acceasion of new members,
gradually adding to the respectability of the
.. tTt...,..uwi:.ti,iii u.c IH..UI7 u, yj mrr uooper t. Joahua Hooperi
the paat. year, U.at cannot be regarded with In-! petiUon for divorce. It appearing to the aati.
difltrence i f mean the very -bbenl donation of faction of the court, that Joshua Hooper, thei
JIunuUtn C. Mel, Eaq. of Sahabury. Thi. pre; defendant, U not an Inhabitant of ibU State, Hie
cut vat io ksa honorable than unexpected and - thfnrs. K .Lt y... k. b..ki...,ir.
iimsOlidUU I wouM fiwref
av-., ... ... a S-Ti-:"r r---T"--Tzf
ucmiciiicii, .cj- ,uj ii.ubi wincrc im.iiowi-(
'f1Pm?nt for ymywr prompt.bervanee of j
me reguiaiions oi your oocieiy.
Davidton Cttmty, X9. 1, 1823. --
OA motion, trnlved wiauimtntly, that llami,
ton C, Janet, Esq. it accepted a member of the
J.. 1- V 11 j ! . M . . '
owmy ireea iurary ouoieiy, uunng uie,
JictDh-ed, That the foregoing address and res
olution be published in the Western Carolinian.
Iw - B. SFIEBtVOOD, Secretary.
IN tie month of May last, by the subtcriber, "a
stout able bodied tvgro fellow, who call
binvielf "Edmund i he is, about, 5feeJl(J .inches
tugh, very dark completion, atuttera conBidcra
bly, particularly when agitated, and aged about
, $atiiburtr,Mv, 10, 1833."
Catawba Land for Sale.
SfTffy ACRES on the Catawba, two milea
ZJ 4J north of Oeatiesford, inferior to none
on the Itiver for the production of corn, cotton,
wheat, and tlie various other produations of our
country. Also, another small tract, of about 1 30
acres, whereon 1 now live l on 'which there it
an excellent cotton-jriii and screw. For term
apply to the subscriber; two and half toilet
aouta-west from oeatictford. r - .
4-, EOHT..ABHKATIIY, Jr. .
Oeiibtr 15. 1823. 5t79
Htllin ttnmuritlv f.ou'.
IK tul tcfiber U rc.' a Ura
.rtmrnl of I MY" I.UDtn, ll,in)WAttr
CL IXrlKV, DOMLlllCKH, fcr. r-n Nrw.
York tad 'liillrl 1,14, 1 e led by tin. !f
Care, and bought m the bet trrri,, I rl',g riU
tout to tecum a continiLnre cf 1. prt rra
ctail cuatonvL t.&a eoitid l a il, u r inn
i ! in U) W!'r fJt caUntivt Kx k f (-mmU In At.
Ii!mry, at prkrttthirh, in bit oplntun, w4t l a
found at low aa the pric- f tduao h i t he: . .e
"ttllirg on at coat," II. a tuumir m 'in
pul)l i-Tneraltr, are lnvatd to Call, tu-ninf,
and U ' for Uiemtclvrs.
JOHN Ml'ltlMIY. '
r.n, .V. (: Ami: tl3. '65 '
fllUB tulcrber bat very recently received
1. from ptiiladclpli-a, an aaorK.eiit of ?
Dry (joui19 Hnrtlwurr, "
Cutlery and Domrt'iet t
Mth, with tlits aatortmeiit he cipctt to re
ceivt m a abort time, will enable Vt to tx 11 at
atifctory prices. The public are rortxetf ilty
Invited to call, and examine f r then ittvea. '
a KUWAHD tUKSS.
Suliiburg, Juf. 15, ISaO. L7
Copvtrumit?; ... .
The Coppersnulhing, and Tin I'l.te Luk'ntsi,
hertlofore transacted by I. Crr rn. will ie
future be conducted bv me, at tba same plate,
TboM who fvur me with thriremtom, ti'y tl
pend on hkrg ihrir work done with t)etiu,
durability and dctpatcb. .
A OA HI).
NfOUM their country friends and rut
toturrt, that tiey hava removed rVim
their old aland, to No. 355 King frert,
few doors below Boundary Strret, here
they art now opening a large and est en.
aiv Importation of freah and genuine
Abo, Peinti, Oil, H Imhw Hum, lUuen
ami J)jwvV mattriutt, ilh a great variety
of other articles.
Chart, Oct 1631 3t80
rpilF. subscriber having esudtKhedhifflttlfiil
L the above line of kusineas, in tha town of
lxiuftM, Davidson county, respectfuny tender
bis services to the eitisewa of that place, and the
turnximling country. He Lnvitrs all who wiii
rarmrnta made, to call on him, and give him at
Uir trial, lie inlenda to make arran(remeijtt fof
procuring tha lateat faalikma and ill ttnvo to
do his Work in the moat approved and durable
Orders for WOrk-, tent from a distance, will be
punctually executed. JACOB III DUN.
Aeirineitn, Dttndnn C.
,V. C. 3pL 8, 1823.-
; l Cottbri Saw Gins;Tp
f pll t subscriber baa now on band, ( aaTeTat '
-JL jiia shonmSalasbwwtrWW Want Vtrr
toe Saw Gina, of hit owa make, whk-h he w ill r
wirrintto be tl VetT mida aa any in the fitate.
He will eonatantly keep gina tot ealet and UI
do all kinds of repairing, on abort notice, and '
rcasonalde terras. .
HAMt'f t. MAI .T.
Negroes for Sale. '
V FAMILY of likely Aerrw, CMsisting of a ',
man and woman, a child four years old, and
one two years old, may be bador aotea negoti
able In the state Bank, or cm a reasonabte credit."-':
The man it a tolerable shoemaker, and the wo
man accustomed to house-work, waaldng, lie, . .
Apply at this office. . , i
&M.1833. Mtf .V
wu unn iiwv to jnr. iiut, iur ui nouac,
mi" tlM lands, at Ikatie'a Ford, will not be paid,
te 1 J . tar., . tWwa tta
If traded a war.
JvVt.. 3, 1823.
The 3lilitia Laws.
FTtHOSE Militia Officera who have expressed
X a wish to be poaaeaaed of the miliua lava,
can now be auppfied with the latest revital of ,
mem, py app')g at toe pnnting-oince.
State of North-Carolina, r
aniTPnttnn r.m,r ri i,. iw.nt. t.
montha tha Hakii-li Star an
SrMk..VM&"K3LlnT1WUV IV VI it uttcir-
or jj,w to be new lor the county of Lincoln, at
th mrtouae1n IineotntOn,6n tbeToiirth Moir-X"'
day after the 4th Monday in March next then
and there to answer, ptoao, or demur to the raid , "
petition, olberwise it a.ftlw taken pieeonfuato, '
and adjudged accordingly Witncaa, taa sott
Henderson, clerk of said court, at office, the
fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in f en- ;
tember, A. D. 1823, and iu tike forty-eighth year " ' -of
the Independence of the U. fiuitea. -
' ' - LAWN. llENDtUSON. ,
Price adv. 3mt91 .
State of North-Carolinar ;
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:..,. ' .MSCtMtOVH1t.,".: t '
SUPERIOR Court of Ltwi'tJctobef Tcrnt,"
1823. Eliza Bevings, v. Simeon Oevihg ,
defendant, it not an inhabitant of thia Kate, it U '
therefore ordered by the court, that publication '
be made tliree month in the Raleigh Star and -'
Western Carolinian, giving notice to the defend
ant that he annear at the next Superior Court
of Law to be held for Lincoln county, at the i
court-house'' In Iincolnton, on the 4tli Monday .
after the 4th Monday of March next, then and
there to answer, plead, or demur to. said peti- -tion,
otherwise it will be taken pro corfesso,
and adjudged aecordingly, .Witness, Lawton '
Henderson, clerk, of .said court,, at of!ic , the
4tb Monday after the !4th Monday of September,
A, D. 1JT& and in the 48th year of the Indepen
dence' Uie United States. .M
Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.)
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