Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
Dec. 2, 1823, edition 1 /
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- f., if 1 l!. first ! J "Nr.t " ! I e.
g ,Unr, A it Iw I i u. ' ii'iKtjf uf
0cttn,iiirf hs-l llte n! tuo't t!iit of,fiiiir,
and nrk Vl 1- bosinrM lif the winter, by
ref rrmf the rioi part of tin governor
fnrMtg t iMT.rent Committees, appo.niing
U if rnor't mrssa.v', whisk will b found
,tU first pag of iUirr,U p-ol.t thai
poll document of lh kiit li but we hV it lit
kctlcr Pr it brrit) 1 it t3UiiM amplnl
fur all pract Wsl purp , h it great, bil com-
. Jwl error, to di-tcemlne th mer,- of tfrK,
f "I nf rJrj Junction, bl'i.fr
. t . . ...1 4. . . 8 ' , I. '.l'r '.t -
' . - .1 .....j.-
Krr, w, , ' !J ;
aprmpli hI, aciihl hifiwro, b worth
of infill, rpty u..iHr.
a - .i - . ' .kt . J- i V.' - .
ucv-nn! rr.-"! "i r ""y r"
Anionf lli tariuut object of lcKil4tiin to
hich id (.ortmor baa directed the attention
f tlx- (inrral AMcmUly, thrr ia on bkh la
ovttltyjn tli history of oir government. It
It rrconiinctvle l to th Ivj'n'i'ur lo Buke an
appropriation for upKriinjr a kirvl of prfi
fonJiip if ihe acirnr of Arriruliurtj in the t'ni.
ycnity of NofliC'ruliiia. I lie pUn ia, to por-haM-
a farm near the collrr, ami lo employ 4 j
perwm to euperintrn-l it, who U acquainted with
r t it. . . if "
tl,elbeoryf.m,i..KlamlhMPraciM-alknow.',h (core,own cke, Ne w Ywk,
dice of the mo approved aien,e of modem advire have been received from I.aeuivri.
CilUre. lb aunlenttof tlttn verity, aeeom.
", , , . .i.i
uiii i4rm a in ien at conenirni, ami uirrc aee
ami Uurn ilia art of huthandry. 1'hit Un ap
put perfidy feasible i ami at to it uiiLi, e
frcl atxureil that alt teniih? person will readily
ce the i(l'--sirca 1 ailtaaUei that muat result
fruui itt aduplioft.
Tlie a-ipportera nf Mr. Crawford! pretension
In this SUtc hare, fir nm time pa, been feed.
ii if tlieir hnjic wiih (lie belief tlut a majority
of the member of the Ge neral aemb!y would
be favorable to hi th ction. But their renph
Lu bun u sit'd, and they have been found in
Mnfv KHy in the morning of the day on
wIi'h li the I-(fiiUture u to convene, the Craw.
fordid t wrre found to be busily enjpgvd incotin-1
una- no-s, inu tirciunrtnnr mr air. niranpe,
mi's wr. r-peaner or tne t ommont. - i ne
fiiemla of Mr. C.iIIkmii, who bad not yrt put
tlieir hi-adt lorttlier, and anionr w horn there
m no concert of courae, aawthcae movementt
of the advene party just it) time to detonate a
fciitlrman for the clia'.r. Alfred kloore aa
nominated t be waa known to be an advocate of
Mr. Catlioun, but aa unpopular with A great
tiny of. the member, from old party con-idi-rationsi
add to this, that many of the friend
f 'lr. r-atlwmn hd not arrived, ami h mtitt b
conceded that the ehction for speaker came on . . ... . . ,, ,
, ' ed that hit dea'h was occasioned by dropay or
umiW crcuminee tliat acemeft to promweTr ; Z Z ,- '.
t ,jf . "-ftnflamat on of the-brain. He waaaeliTUofrreat
klli.Ma K..1 A-mt . kj ka ilia fmtnA I O
... . ' - . 1
m.i..i.ii vi.iiv, v. ... muniij'imciii ui uiii
- . . .. , , i
tiarty. 1 her. ia a little discrepance in the atate-1
' . .... .
irxntiof the htar and Herittert the former
. .... . .
make Mr. Moorr t majority 9, while the latter
avsii it 11. Hut either of them i rifTicient to I
lengthen the facia of the Craa forditc.
We lt week received the teuii-weeklv
Itdcij;!. Ilegiater, publUied on Tueadaya ami ;
Fri.l.vt. Ihe popujajioniJh
ovht certainly to ai-pport one piper publilied j
- of-ener than weekly. We wish the MfiM. ,
Guli i may aucceed i and w e are certain Ihev
Would fincl many rtn,eTJtiiif, pin; irlfatt
rmy 'ttWe, were we highly favored
- In the mail armngemenli, a they are at a little
neighboring village 33 mile above u. It ha
been a matter of astonishment with many of our
citizen, that Salem, a little village only 33 mile
from u. ihiuld have a Huge from the east fWce
week, while Salisbury, the largest town weat
of Waleiph, ami very appropriately called the
mttropolia of the well, should receive the mall
only mce a week. By what rule of right, we ahotdd
like lo know, ia Salem entitled to a temi-weekly
trail, when Salitbuni, ai large as three of it, is
debarred that convenience f
AtoMt ahof king u.y djj5Jtliitftd irt
d&jjyk'apeiwA JIrt Ballard, whHeon
JL?.W. iQ-liver hou e. Accompatsted
.J.L?iLiwi&rnid ffunliy, took a gunt
" Went into the field uhseen,and shot her
elf. Mr. Dallard was only 24 year oid,
fn manhert. She had lattly recovered
from a severe indisDosition. which isaun-
rh8TC "?edtafht dcran?c"
'inent of her mtnd, and induced her to
r . . r
.omroh the rash act of tclf destruction.
; f b wimasj ciBvnrinnr.
Mr. FAlitor : If you will give the following a
!ace in j our paper, yo win Siuch oblige your
Jhat on the north aide of Dan river, not far from
I the North-Carolina line, there is a hill w hich ha
oeen a. volcano that there is a atrcam of lava re.
aembling iron runt and all around the hill are 4
umber of volcano stone t and that the crater
" psrtlyned'up, and grown over with timber.
0i -rT!'i" hill n add to be t Virginia, i. - ,
. Vuenr, 1st. Hid Mr. Morse ever eethi hill,
n ",e,e-m of having been a volcano j
he did not, who 'gave him hi information f -.
..V"T'2d. Doe any person know where thia
Ji ta, in what county, in what neighborhood
! U n't. ii' ! r:
tr.iti n the ni! I 1 (,
iff. It kilt iW folloainf U briefly tltrac.
ted fron an article I Uirtjr read in th " Indians
Firmer " ridtl. .I " liirit li th dcerr." C.,r
MLT'TK YOUR BRIDE."
' WW adding creation, ,hrM ,,re i.
nui of word ' dropped from lb pr '
i every grr'"g
j in ui nous r- m
to feel kissing fashion. Th prm Uth
1-4 ju jUcu hp of tr btuahiiig
bnI mnt b ltrr. opr, pf ti;H no IrM
'iln' ilw 'limn 14 tli i:Kna rl Illul
. Cublic mark ta be kM4 at. Uil tvtrr LJuminf
- Tui aT a aw iii rrriii mere u nowmff te.
1 ry eflmina! eoi,u;w4 in ail tbii bit it aermito
' ,h' js,"m r dr:r,", 501
""J lhdrfirti, tnir.it a. tl place hi wf.
atic on the impolite xntrive ,4 "aahit your
hri il.ii.mit a (.n mil., .tin. k..L
trr atatr, that they have ifllortnation from Mil-
Icdyeville, Ceo. of u. 0. M. 1 roup' election
at Govcnftr of that (Mate, by a majority of 4
vote over MailUcw TaJbot,
CfJombian HriutHr. He thu arrival of
1 he Rebulilican lroopweie eiliplo ed in
bombarding Puerlo CiveJIo. A 64 Kun
.i i i t . . , ,
amp anl a l'Kip Ol war Rid rrtvcil, ami
it waexprtfd Ihn whole navy would
join in the bombardment! when it
itipKed the plc would be redm ed.
I'he Con(jrei at fiaota had patted de
cree (r dirhjrpin)f the debit incurred
by the war, in Apure and Cfttanore.
Another for the division of the Province
rrVrioa anil Apure. Another author-
Ilinjt loan in Europe of f3QJhOO,000.
Another proh biting the xiv,rtanoii cf!
tohacro in all its lormt, and of vunpow
der. Another fur ei (jelling fro n the He
public, ei'her Spanij'dt. or American,
whoe continu ocr there may be thought
dangerous to the Republir. Another (in
monstrance of the
a , K. i. ..,,.li ,i..
law J)f Se pu 23, yet II. Kroiau certain
pnvUcKea 'o veeU and carrot arrtvinjr
direct from Kurope, lo all carijoet iniro
duced front port of the U. Siea, either
in national or foreign vesscli. Another
decree for fjcilitating the njturaIittion
of forcijjnert who with to settle in Col
omhia. Rait. Pat.
Suddenly, on Wedneaday Ua', fi'idiam Jt
JtimniUrt ann of D. F. Caldw ell, Esq of thii
Im m.mIi a til. .m It mm WaIVam.
promise, nl UisaiSicleU pxrenta mdi long Jeep-
ly reprct hi lota,
' , .........
Alan, at MocriIlr. in thia cotintv, on Tue-
1V the 23di nit. Dr. Alexander ichmolt, in the
... . '.....
aim, in mi county, on tne utnuit. uenry
JJibinten, ajfed about 60 year. For three or
fmr ears pat, Mr. Kobinaon hai been rambling
,bout ,he country, whenever let loose, u may
i,,ce bii exhibited aymptoma of
derangement ; aince when, hi mind ha been
t?''ng more and more diaordcred, and he died
m Pc."l, lelinum '.
Stwase & Runs man,
WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS,
ESP EC TFUI.LT inform the citizens of
I Salisbury ami the public, that thev have
taken the shop lately occupied by Mr. Curtis
Wilkinson, where-tliey intend keeping for aale a
general assortment every article in the line,
consisting in part or
Gold and silver Wat he i
Gold chain, aeals and keys ;
F-ar-rings, breast pins and finger rings j
t Silver table, tea, mustard and aalt spoons j
' Soup ladles and sugar tongs ;
J Brillannia tea and coffee pots ;
Plated castor and candle sticks j
Gilt goods of every description in the line i
together with an assortment of Miliary Cdt.
- W fttfMi ftnil Woek - KHnjunn ,4
w s I
will be enabled to render wMaction tO all flioae
who may favor them with their cuatom. They
bait!, rcwnto,J)sli.ere that wmewatches have
not been well repaired, duaing last summer!
4liet there lore who nave had worfc done, and
were not aatiafied. will pleaae return their watch
es, and they ahall be repaired free of expense.
House and Lot for Salc,
in c i rmttmv
THE aubscriber wishea to tell hi house and
4ot, in the town of -Salisbury, now occupied
to. generally known, that it -would be ot little
service to describe it particularly i it is, perhans,
the most elirible-atand for a public hotne.ih tne
lweatm part, of Nortb-Carobna 1 4t is within 80f
and convenient, with extensive out-buildings, &.c,
A very moderate price will be taken for the e
tablishment, and payment made easy. Any
pereorr wishing to purchase, will do well to ap
ply toon, as the aubscriber ia now determined to
tell, and remove to his farm in the country. Let
ters directed to the subscriber, in Salisbury, N.
C, will be duly attended to. . .
JOHV HOWABD, &.."
SaUibvry, Dee. 2, 1823. 82
V The IJaleitrh Star' will insert the above 3
weeks and tend their account te thia offic for
Kttlemni, . -
(itiw ti Pcliool,
fllllK fft fn,i r.imil Imn.ii.'.i.n (!. !.
L ! ' ilnf iiiiui Mn, t.x.k !! n.n 1 i.. .
tit if tti inrf.
Il 1,Tvffnt tliri wet r i.n.'nirj th
f." imf u, til r limner' llwt, 4 bmilri 1
l.i.c.n' ),ili.JMr, til Utrlbf H'.ftW, trjil'
iiii'm j l)i .llfrffiit liH-twirrtijf I Iff ( r, f'f.
Jrnui, nJ th llm (.mnnnf, Amhu.eiH,
Alp-br iml Geometry llut'oVMirt nf
Mihemlirk, fike i AnlliiurlM-, tkl
AUm'i t.TfRf(iliy, 1'n.lctt tml Htim' 1 1.
rlilt t.Mnnn.r, rriJinf trul tjroiiMitnnf in
I'ichrtt' f.ixior, rllni(r in Wilrr'i Die
iUmmry awl Htbtr'Hprllinf IWwfc(ih irtr.
trr am! tlitkl t calrctiMOi 1 tlao, on mliitf , n
tinr anl f run no' 1 ion.
lh u!jrcrilrr liv'nl,IDI (lit HjKri''r ''!
rAtMirt .". A.A Jyf tlc U4 r'J
;"?'Jrr ? wcofnmrml,r,j l-.rt, , a I rictirr
i;u -BrJ imIU,.pU to U.h.rr J-i7.-
prftrr4f;rntrin an ellr In ir country.
i 1 '', du "lcir2. . i""1 ? l' Sri
PifuUr pain till b takrn in Waclimj th.
' . 7-""5 - -1
. KnrliiH tanriaK enticlly, penmani.p, artth.
mnic, rerapii, nionr ami compoati mn. nm
.ia t r... II .4. . I .
drnta, tir the future1, will be rrqu
.1 '"bnol on eiturdy forenoon, fur the purpiw of
eompoMtion, UeclanaUm, he. It often tiappen
,h' H1 ho wr-'l thoae prrim
ttudir. enter cothre, and rraduate. without be
injf able to write a tob-ruhl letter, mcfi leat
to arranr their tho)irttt( in a elear, pur and
elNii nl tyl. 1 he reaann of the above r-ru-iation
ia lo obviate thit fa ih. It'ianliiif ran be
iiau in urcrm lanuurv in 1111
the rate . Rl 23 per week
I Unafea, Hie diffen nt bran
had in decent faniihra in th hei(hhiirfiooil, at
I uitMin for the
K'"!' ke- W V" eeioni f read
1 ri,i"' m' pe'tinr, fift. I Imt net ae.oii
aillcommenc on Uie ind of l)eeemherneit.
KOI i (l JOIINHION,
II rAi.f CONNEIt,
Unemh r.imv,.Vrt.. IB.'. lw
rilllC aubvrnber bavins; qualified al the bat
I.pm t.f lliisi aM iVya tal s. mtmtw4 atA at,!, a. sat.
. v. .... -w.i -
ifrator on the etiate of John Smitk Ule i.f
u.i- i .1 .i f
, imlrbtedto i-l ea ate many ahapr, o com. for
. . f . . n. j
,,K t , J T F ' ' Vp ,
9lm . Sh.l II IhiA kasVtntV slasal BS I9 . a . m 1 1
ble i and all thoae havinr claim aframtt it, w ill
in like manner present tlicm, properly attested.
Aov. 21, 1823. 33
f pilF.RR will be aold, at the late dwelling of
I the deceased" in Sahibury. on Prida), the
I2tb dv of lreflilee nett, vriu artitlea 4
llouaahold Furniture, eonaittinfrof Drill, chairs.
Sic. And also, on the Friday following, the 1 Wi
of December, there will be sold, at the planta
tion of said John hmith, dee'd. a atork of tfoirt,
lionet, I 'owe, he. and also, t'rn, Fodder, he.
On all auma above two dolkra, a credit of 12
mnntha will be riven, the purchuaer K"'"( '"'nd
and aecurity. Ihte attemtance mill be given b)
THOMAS I10LMF.S, .fiiW,
eti. 20. 123. 38J
ft!IB subscriber ha very, recently receiver!
from Philadelphia, an assortment ri -
---- J )ry GooI. 1 lard ware, -
.. 11 l. Cullrrv and Dimm irt i
which, with the assortment he exorrta to re
cetre in a short time, will enable him to aell at
satisfac'ory prices. 'I'he puhlic art- rvtpcctfully
invited to call, and examine for rnemtt-hc.
Wibwy, Aug. 16, 1823. 47
The Copperamithing, andjnjLfJiilcJwaln-
hf riloruie liuitiacteiT by D. Cress, sen. will in
future b conducted by me, at the same place
Thoae w ho favor me w ith their custom, mav de
pend on having their work done with neatness,
durability and despatch.
Celling iinusuallv Low.
F1HE aubscriber is now receiving a large s-
& sortment of DHY GOODS, HAKI).W AKr
Cl' ILKRY, IrTtMESTICKS, lie. from New
York and Philadelphia, selected by hiti,tlf with
care, and bought on the best terms. Being anx
jjous to secure a continuance of his present rea.
pectable custom, he haa come to a determina
tion to offer his extensive stock of Goods in Sa
lisbury, at prices which, in hit opinion, w ill W
found u low at the price of those who advertiae
"selling off at cost." His customers and the
public generally, are invited to call, examine,
and judge for themselves.
Rowan Ctmiy, A". C, .big. 1823. '66
B. J). Hounsaville,
At the Red nee, Isrinpen, Datvidtm Cvtnty,
- ... . vA.iv4iia.
V "ff accomniodate travellera and
Past iavora remind Jtum. that exertion la Jkawr
MOW. Aw. 18, 183. 7t
IE aubscrlbar haa liow on hand, fo sale, at
hop in Salisbury, on Main Street, Cot
ton Saw Gins, of his own make, which he w ill
warrant to be a well made aa any in the State
He will constantly keenajrbr aale and ill
do all kinds of repairing, on short notjre, And
reasonable term. SAMUEL FHAI.K.Y;
SuKtbwj, Jug.19, UVt. 67
State of North-Carolina:
i.wii.i.wiaiimili'fciwi i'w .i wn.,n ,-u ; jnudwfi
flOURT of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Octo-
hoe Term: IJIM - tTeam Shumaa lien.'
moned aa garniaheea. It appearing to the aati
faction of the court, that the-difemlant is hot a
resident of thia state, it is therefore ordered that
publication be made for three, weeks in the Wes
tern Carolinian, for the defendant to appear at
the next Court of Plea and Quartet; Session to
be held for the county of Davidson, at the court
house in Lexington, on the 4'h Monday of Jan
uary next, and plead, fcc, otherwine judgment
final will be entered against him.
. A copy from the minute.
Attest, DAVID UtJK, WD.
Price adv. gl 25.
' tlt-IHI, v. J J,
V lu n Miii e another ' sr k.
fUlfl lf lit w rpUrvIt were (! U f i?orym it,
ftiMth'anilma, at 17 a IT J fefttt, aiul of hurtli
Caruliiia at 6a K. V redor our (piotiim
id the UrsrrilKn aeeordingty, hslrt of uld
t'pUml ami AUUma were nia.lt at 1 J a St
t plsml new, Ha 1 7 4 1 do.ol 1 II a 1)1 1 leu.
neM Ul a 14 IxMiiswiia, tx 17 a Jt d.
JJrorf! ,f.,titt, fVf. 50.
Hi asle of Aerian f 'otln at IJvtrputit,
lh wrek tn.lmf r t. 2-rtti, nistrd of oulv
936 bar ( plandt, at 8) to lUd j JJJ tnteana, i
to IOiJ 34J VriiiH-ssces, fce. to 9t, and
about TJ fa Idtmlt. l eDera of the 3-jh,alata
thai Lb'c apiuMcra ir tvU'i jtlai liraJ-l t's
de termined to puirlia on'y fue lUit mnidiai
naflUuutd lbar.iJ U Umimw tKy. ,
" ft T rafi'mafc'il Oiar"nirenPanniraI"eon
umpiion of cm ton in rVimfHr am) America ia
l,(jUj,(Mj ksk a. t m kalf of thit la raited in lh
I'niled Mtates, and th other hlf in Irrwil,
West Imlirt, Kast Irvfas and th Uant. 7UU,
OWJ bale ar fnanufarlurcd in Great Pn'aio,
TMJJW m lh ContliKnt, and luU.UuU ia AlM
C'ltton, 4 to 13 1 flour, fine, 3) i I'lperfne.'CI t
wheat, RI a 110 1 Whitley, 40 a 43 1 peach bran
d v, 30 a 6.' , apple do. 43 to 30 1 corn, 33 to 40 1
bacon, 9 1 0 1 tail, Turk a IsUimI, 83 a VJ, per luO
to 10 30 1 eoHee, prime, ifTeen, 27 fo ?tf i 21 ami
II niiai:ty,26 a 24 1 tea, h , gl 30 1 23 1 flat,
aeeil, Rli ta1tow,7 aBi beeta,3 )a 31 1 rire,
3 3') to 4 per I JO Iba. ( iron, , to I pr. luO Ih.
tobacco leaf, 3 a 4 i manufactured, 3 to .v) pr. cat
Khik14 for Hale.
VnJtr a iLtrrt t .'e Crf Equity tf Riwm
nV virtue of tumlry d creel of he roort of
Foni'v fr How an count), maU at October
term. Ml S, I will etposo to public tile, at th
it i .ii.. u .
. K '7
1 0th of levrrn brr licit, the fiUoinff v.hiAbU
J I anil ftt Im4 - A ! BltalxV
IxrVt null, not far from the mouth of Grant
i ' V .sj r aii ay it 'IIV a iv ai w aarM
creek, miita'tiiing 98 arret ( on other tract
a.lj'.iiiing the latidi of W ilium hmilh and Alex
ander l.n, containing 0 arrest one other
tract on the Yadkin river, below the mouth of
Crane creek, containing 113 arrrt i three other
Irans adjoining the last mentioned Had, eon
taininff loirttlitr 5'Jl wrtti also, fmir kit ly-
inif in the t at norih Kins re of the town of
haiisbun, known and d scribed in the plan of
iiid tou n hv Not. 19. 20. 6, ami 63 1 1 h above
propi rt v"F,"lini" (d (lie Tielr"aT ttw"of The latej
Alensmlrr 1 riihoek. .
Als at the tone time and place, a tract of
Ijim! I. injr on the aatt-r of Hunting creek, in
the Forkiofthc Yadkin, adjoining the land of
hsmi el Little, Itaki-r Jolittston ami other, con
tsii.in bv tst.mation 22? iir belonging to
the heirs at la of George llramlon, dee'd.
Als-s at the same time and place, a tract of
l aud lying on the Yadkin river, aljMinng the
land of Nathaniel Peebles, W illc) l.Hia, Janir
OmL and other. Ctrntainuia: 23o seres, more or
less ami belonging to the heir ai la of Joshua
1a) ton, dee'd.
AUo, at the -bhm time and place, a tract of
f .and h rng on the watrrs m Dirtrti treondcret k,
hn-Tfded by the hind nf Michaei If oflmar Jorrtt.
t rtlhr, and otherv ami conti4ii( 2il aerea,
be the aff e more or leas, belonging to the heir
at law of John Patinger, d.c t.
Also, at the same time and place, a tract of
Ijind hing on a branch of Hecond rrrek, com
monly called the W alnut Irani h, adjcinir.g the
lands of George and Henry Robiaon, containing
200 acres, and belonging to the heir at law of
Margaret Rob i son, dee'd.
A credit, of twelve and e'ihfeen monthe will
.he.fUw- fur the purehaae iiiuuty, uil TRh ol
the above 'racta of I jnd.
Also, at the same time and place, will be aold
another tract, lying on the W ater of Wethero's
creek, joining the Iredell line, and adjoining the
land of Ned M'Ka', Jame (louston, David
e g' t acre, behmginr to the heir at law of
Alexander Cook, d. c'd. Tbia tract will be aold I
on a credit ot t elve monina, wiu inure si I rum
the time of sale.
I'he purchaser ill be required to give bond
with approved securities, in cvety instance, fur
tlie purchase. money. '
GEO. LOCKE, CM. TH
Oeier23, 1823. 7t84
State of North-Carolina,
ASH t. COUKTT. .
ORRIS I1AKF.R, v. Aki. Johnston, t
alia ; oricinal bill in Fuuitv. Vt berea it
appear to the satisfaction of this court, that Pol
ly Haker, relict of Jeremiah Raker, deceased.
Jamea Raker, Reuben Raker, I ucy Ann Baker,
Saberrv Ruker. Vancv Raker, and Jeremiah Ra
ker, infants and heir at law of the aforesaid Je
remiah Raker, deceased, are inhabitant of an-
tlM.tr-it ihenrfjrreTeMeTtit that BUbu".
est ion be made in the W est em Gartiliman, pub-
tM1('prj1ei af jpear,' anwif,'jhaiJJ jj
against them, and the cause heard ex parte.
Wit new Jamea Hat horn, clerk of the court of
Ifowty foMhoowirty tot
tyff'ber, 1823. - :
JAMES HATHORN. C.UM.E.
Price adv. g2, . , 6wt67
State of North-Carolina,
COURT of Plea and Quarter1 Sessions, Octo
ber Term, 1823. Gershara Tussev and Sa
rah his wife, and El ixai Overly, v. Philip Car.
Catharine hi wife, Mpi decai Collin and Chris-
tena hi w ife i netition for partition. It apoear-
- - - - , . .... M
to the Satisfaction of tht court thai the de-
.CisoKge Jfoepky ,aKl,CllirHie Jw,wjfc, lIoje-4
cai Collin ami Christena Via wife, are -not in
habitant of this state, it is therefore ordered,
that publication be made for ix week in the
Western Carolinian, printed m Salisbury, that
utiles the defendant appear at the next Court
of Plea and Quarter Sessions to be held for
Davidson county, at the rntipr.hniiM in ljvinr.
ton, on the 4fi Monday of January next, and
plead and demur to the aaid petition, otherwise
it will betaken pro confesso, ha to them. '.
A true copy from 111 minutes.
- D. MOCK, Cr.
Price au. 2 CtSt
Mousf, for uf .
f . 4 It.!. M U B V f BO.l f. Tit f 4
J'l J , 1 I !.uiV, m ti oii.fl.ivltt .r treioa.
Ai'ply to Ti L tun, or li t ti", In lis.
b (li, 'I lirra Is t f ikI t,i!,r belonm to II.
lot, convenient fur (arr or l'h)sn ;n.
JOHN PK Kvilllf.
Jbiti.'-.. .1,41,1823 -'4 If
Cotton li.iin, I.i!cIojuf tr,
IXvJJ ltd Mope, tgrilr wufi tiwtt
aaeurUuent of CimeW' fur aak by
: Frnltttt, Vlfrnw, Ikmih-t'mrtHiHl.i
"Aaluftf)Ir-ltiitU for Hn!
(',r faret tf i't ( ' tf n'jt f ffal
rr tmedJcnr tr r rti-errr -tftfte"Twrrt'' tf
Kffiity for th eountv idj iokea, tfrt will
be rtftosed to politic sle, t the ( irtirt-llmjse
In fiermaim, on the e'ghvh rlny of Deernihcf
next, being the Monday rf ) e County Court,
FirH, th following limit of fml, 1st the
troprrty of John 7 m meriimn, sen. dc'dfor l!.
en. fit of hi deviret
llllfiLimfajnirg Jhrr,.J)ufKlrtiL ami tm
teres, mnr oe lea, umk-r improvefwen', Ivief
in Siokrt county, on t!i main row 1 1 ailing tnm
fra'vnt by Hagt'a to Sslishury, aWf tix n.iUt "
frtim the tint place, on the south fuflt of Mud!
creek, adjoining Henry f bore and ot'ier.
1 he second containing on hundred amlrigll
aCrca, mure, or lesa, uwUr Imph-vemenf, I) me .
in the county- of Davidson, on the abov roaL
on Hrtdy creek, adjoining Doctor Ifataw and
oher, at prcKnt is) the tenancy of Christian
1 he third contalninr furtv acres, more or l Ms
h log in the county of Davidson, adjoining JmuIi
klurk, Jseoli enter ami other. '
Also, the Mlnwinr (.amis, late the tropery .
of John llsiisrr, dee'd. fur the bcntbl of lug 1
widow aiul heir at law.
First; ihre aitjomirg trarl. nmfer imprtv
trieiit, containing rvntVHiit acres, more orbs,
lying in the county of Stokes, rn the road It sd
ing fMm Hlrm bv HipH-l't. fo !isln ry, fiKir
m le from the first place, ' adjoining Philip
Rot brock and other.
Reeondly, a tract fonlalning fiftv-f.ve acres'
more or Was, mar th abov. in th watiti of -Muddv
erei k, adjoining Philip and tko. Uoth
fovk ami oilier. .....I..: ...
All the above tamls will he aoM on a rrcilt of
one year ami six nnufhs the ix month to fir.
rr in'trest, the purchater giving borxl a it ft
approved atciiri'v. Urnvild no le be ef)rct4
the first day, of the whole or part, the sl wil
be p tpon d from dav to day, tgrerabfy lo law.
Attendance w ill be given by th CiVrW aiidMat
ter of said Court. l est,
Sutee cim-y, Vet. 23, 1823. C'83 '
Willi fOCHTT. . ,.
COfRTof Fquity, Sept. Term,18C3i IWIfof
, alimony i Nancy tux, by her neat fin4
Iho. TrpUtt, against Braxton Cos, aiwl Jat,
W ellborn, ailministmtor. It appvanii to tho .
satisfaction of the Court, thai t)-e d fTdant,
nrwxun vox. u a niukrcvurtn ot
then foe ordered by th Court, that LLLoitio,
be 'made Tri Hie WiernCaroTiior"ftf Ihirf
month ticcrSi er)- Irat unlcw the ana! i n j
dant tpprarat our nevt t'mrrt to b heh frr-he
eosHViv-iif Wirs, 4 tho-4'M.t'oiie Us U .!- -
Umnv, fi the aeettml Monday m V-rhrxT the n y "
and. there to ph ail, anawer, i r ilen ura or sd
bill w ill be taken pro confi-sao, ai d lit ard e
pane , J. CWIN.jr. CM.K.
Price adv. 4. 3 ia2 r .
State of North-Carolina,
. LIRCOI J COUalY '
CTPOR Court of law, fc ohef . Term,
yj K3. MaryJluopc . lonliua IbiBpiry
net it ion for divorce. "It atbtarira? to the tis
petition for divorce.
faction of the Court, that Joshua lloi per, tho
defendant, ia not aif inhabitant i f Ma Ma'c , it i
thereftieeonlered by aaidcour, tlui p,t! cation) ,
be mad three niontha in the li.'i iir l M..r snd
1 I li' . . r?..' ..' !.. . . . .1 i r . .
.tUU, Umi lie appear at the next xiperiur Court
0f Uw to be U hi for the county of Lincoln at
the courtdioua in l.incolnton,onthelb.rth Mont
IMly after the 4th Monday in March ne, then
land there to anawer. dead, or demur to the said
petition, otherw ie it will be taken pro confetto.
and adjudged w cordii'g'y. ,.M )tnea, I a son.. .
HeiMlemon, clerk or aa.d court, at i Hue, the . .
fourth Monday after the fourdi Morda in Hep
te mber, A . 1). 1 823, and in Iho forty igbth y caj
of the Independence of the U. rtatt a.
LAWN. H1NDLRS0N, '
- Price adv. $4 " "l 4 3n(t91 . '
State of North-Carolina, ,
IT0CK COIIXTT.-V' -"'-I . '
COURT of Equity, April term, 1823 : J'tint
ton Clenuiita, w. Achillea Deathn ei .
Original bill to perpetuate ttitin oti). It ap, ... .
pearing to the aatinfctKin of the court, that the "
WHIilM Ml .t'.!lH Mt M.rliel,er--it.i3.T--
dtrcd, that publication be pif'r fir aix weeks
the'iet- CotTrt-orthrirto br bohien for "
the county of Stoke at the court-house in Gcn
manton, on the thin! Monday after the fourth.
deniiir,' th Tuff will bjtaliai pw. ..t,p...i, "n.
the cause be set dow n for hearing ex parte.
. r ... . . "
vopy i ram annuie. i est.
JOHN C. BLUM. C..V. It"
Ori.1823, . (Price avd. g.'.) .tt82-..
Statc of North-Carolina, ; i
li kcoln jcouni y. .
SUPERIOR Court of Ijm',. October Term,' ;
.1 i823.E!ijta JJs'u)s. cimc.ofLFctjuigt .
fietition for divorce. . It appearing to the tuitia
action of. the court, that .vimcou Bcvioers. Uio
dcfjyvdajltJi, waivMilMtljitarrf-of tht fTifre, iTl'
therefor ordered by the court, that pubfir.attott
be - .iMl4hre worth h"he Hwlergh rtat
Western Carolinian, giving notice to the defend.
nt, that be anocar at the next bur-erior Court
of Law to be held for Lincoln county, at the
court-house in Lincolnton, on tlie 4tb Monday
after the 4th Monday of March next, thin and
there to answer, plead, or demur to said pcli
tion, ohewiall .t .wlll. be Uken pro coideMo'
and adjudged acconlingly. Witnes, Li. sou
Heiulerson, clerk of sud cotin. at offio . tho '
4th Monday after the 4th -Monday of September,
A. D. 1823, and in the 48th year of tlie Indepen.
deuce of the United 8tatet. "
-3ant9l LAW 'N.' IIEKDERON,
Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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