l,f praii'ne I'iil.rUoJ Mfiu.ill.jr ttr it.l ci
slate, at Wi ii i;i"f ("i'jfi ei.4 f.Mi.liu
li. K I'mldem of the U. S. A fff
.eoj,!f, who locwuinm ttKh.hoiilil
tier tlf,Hl In rff'r'th'f all attempt
tntrcwib uporr their rl$htt. 'I he
ftiliemclbf art.Mtiuut im Tc vtnlo men
trecttlly frtitttated fn their irulplahcy-1
but If ufTr ihcm e totome loo Ut
piiturf di their author vi!l, i dU Napo
' IcoOiMtMongly fortify themtehrt In the
glory of their ttlilctctnckit, or the tp!cn
dor of iheif itttlont, that (he trTorta of the
wopli Jlil fiTnalflrTti "(6 tuppla'n
-them In thtlr usurped power., It It vitally
Imporunr, then, that uiurpitlon, In In
finl d-iwritnK, thould l Checked and det
troyed. And, at (he taucui ijttem it
usurpation which, if not oon frowned In
to dit'ite by (he people, will eventually
tap the foundation of our liberties, and
tury u beneath the ruirit -f (hat beautl
ful luperttnicture of gofenment, reartd
by our Revolutionary fathera, (be voice
of every freeman in (he Union thould re
probate (hia corrupt and unholy ttrpping
ttone of political piranti. We. hope
the readers of (he Carolinian will attcn
lively peruse Mr. Ushcr'a resolutions on
this tubject, which will be found on the
fourth pie of today's papers and (hen
lenJ the paper to tome neighbor who
would not otherwise tee it.
dnoihrf ! One of the count in .Con
necticut, hat sentenced Mr. (iarrulial N.
Benedict, to pay onr thousand dAlurt darn
get, for having refused to marry a cer
tain Mitt Harriet Scan, after having
fiTomittd to do to. Look out, ye galhfitt !
Xftrcir.- The Uiica (New-York ) Senti
re I, Mate tha. one ton and a half of tvvrr
end gold patscd through that (own in one
Week, destined to the vaultt of the bankt
in (he wettem pari of (he State. The
location of Utica in New-York, it timilar
to that of Salisbuty in North Carolina ;
and thould onr tun and a half of gold and
ilver be received at the bankt of this
talc, in and wett and south of (he latter
place, business would assume new life
nd activity, and our fellow citizens would
exhibit countenances lets rueful than they
have for a fewttasowi past. Joy would
gain tit smiling upon the brow, and
chreifulnen sparkle in the faces of now
Rumon. The New York Mercantile
Advertiser mentions that a report was cur
rent in that citv, that king Ferdinand of
Spain had reded the Island of Cuba to
France; and that the Holy Alliance had
entered into a treaty to subject South
America to its former vassalage. Al
though these acts are perfectly charac-
yet we do not believe there is any truth
n the rumors. The t are too vague.
Jnothrr Warning .' A negro child of
Mr. Penny's, in the upper part of this
county, was burnt to death, a few days
ince, by its clothes catching, while stand
ing too near a large fire. The child ran
out of doors, into the wind, which only
served to increase the flames. The little
creature attempted to run into an out
house, but was so badly burnt that it fell
before reaching the door. Such instan
ces ought to serve as a caution to parents,
and others, who have the management of
. a -t t
gflpwth of-one kernerVgrew in a garden
at Paltersoni NrJ. the" last season, which
bore twelve ears of sound corji !
0'- It epfttrr-fo-frrHvt4-et
Baltimore from Havana, that the Mexican
government have declared uar against
Spain, in consequence of the Spanish
troops in the Castle of St. Juan de Ulloa
having commenced hostilities upon the
Mexican city of Vera Cruz, on the oppo
Ve -sidfr of-the- river from the Castlr.
.Vera'Xruz, which contains a population
... - i,.wj,u, . nn. tVO- lUMI JIIUCV i
cannonading from the Castle. A letter
.from Havana of the 10th Nov. states that
a squadron had left that city with troops
to re inforce the Spanish garrison at St.
Juan de Ulloa; and enable it, if possible,
to entirely demolish the city of Vera
Cruz. ' ' ':;
-hl'. It of a kii I i( tl that maybe
orrl t all tfiv.ntof t!it year, on) any
hird turfaf e. 1 here must te a peculiar
advantage in these tkafij fur we are not
only entiled lo uie them al all teasont of
the yrtr, hyt those who are tleslrout of
Imrntnj (hit pleating and heal'.hful amuse
ment, will not U deterred by i common
fear of going en ice. t
In JilUnoit, project l cm foot to unite
(he watert of the great Lakes with those
of the Mmlitippi, by cutting a canal
from lake MlcHlan to (he MiiUlppl
titer. - An e-ipedttioo ii Dow- tftht
... ... v,h :.f;-r lL,
Two ijjenlsof the Holy Alliance, have
been, it appeart. detected in Mexico, and
irrptitoticd a fate which we hope, if no
thing worte, may be tneted out O etery
one of the agentt of the tame conspiracy
againtt free govcrnmcntt emplojed on
undertakingt of a like character.
S)in Speaking of the contthutional
spirit manifcttcd at Cabra, a private let
ter from Hayoone of the Uth, says, the
impulve hat been given by Hallatterot,
who Is with a respectable force in (he
neighboring mountaint. The cry in all
that country it, ' the constitution or
dea'h !' and they wear (he green ribband.
Jaen it not tramjuil. The deerion is
considerable, and the piitonen of Hit go's
rorps escaped at if by miracle from (heir
r a v in k vi li.e nrc 4.
S.:,'t Wot advant ed a liitlt in prii r, since
our Lst, in conrucnre of the river con
tiiiuinc to low ; but the prire will cert-in
ly decline, at soon as the liver rises. The
ttok of Dry (ioodt, e are informed, is
at good at at any former period during
the season. Obirrrrr.
The King of Holland has directed all
school nustcrs and school Mistresses in
his dominions, not torcceie any scholars
unless they bring a certificate of having
been Vaccinated or had the Small i'ox.
A law has been established in Vermont
imposing a heavy penalty for horae ra
The Legislature of Rhode-Island has
passed an act, establishing 64 lbs- of po
tatoes for a bushel.
CharUuon, Ike. 1.
Ctli,ii rpLuuIa liM'a Urouglit and sold
freely at t i etiiUj utnve M-l-ctioa ol wry riic,
have ranged as high aa 16 ; and interior ijow
tiea aa lw aa 14 cvnla.
, ZTjtTf, Off, J?. TV stock of Ameriean Cot.
ton on hand ta about 6J0 Sslrt of IMiisiaiia and
TenncuK-e and 2500 do of t'pUndu a la
proportion of which i in the lunula of specu
tors. Considerable taJts of Georgia at 2U
Murder. k most foul murder was
committed in New York, on the 21st ult.
on the body of James Murray, of Host on.
The deceased had been working in the
latter city for four or five years, and had
saved of his earnings nearly five hundred
UoTTarT He wenTToNtw Yorlt, to em
bark at that place for Buenos A) res; and
at the house of Mr. Jhn Johmon, where
he lodged, he was cruelly murdered, foi
the sake of the poor pittance of his five
years' toil. Fuyritti'tUe Observer.
At a late exhibition, under the direc
tion of the Agricultural Society of Scho
harie, N. Y. a woman presented three in
fanl daughters that she had at one birth.
I here was no premium established, but
a small number of buchelots presented
her with 25 each, making up a bandsotna
Mordecai M. Noah, recently editor of
the National Advocate, is about leaving
New-York for Charleston, for the pur
pose, it is said, of Conducting the editorial
departroc;ni.9jjbej,Ciij-,jr4aette.i in the
I heard the hammer of a mecharric
that owes me, at four o'clock this mor
ning. I'll trust hirr) till April.
I -saw anmheresterdajr-BHef noervy-
who has plenty of work on hands, loun
ging st the comer. I'll have him be
fore the 'squire next week.
A parson thinking to banter an hon
est .Quaker, asked him where his re
ligion was before George Fox tinve ?
Where thine was. said the Quaker,
before HarryTudor's time i, and now
thou nasi BeeosoTree with roe, added
the Quaker, prytnee let me ass mee a
question : here was Jacob gom,,
when he was turned of ten years of
age ? Canst thou tell, that I No, said
the parson, nor ycrB neither, 1 believe.
Yes I can, replied the Quaker, he was
going into h,is eleventh year, was he
it a f i ,f c.mU In l: ",!; - ;vu
lai n of t!,a ttiwii tf L'ii a, in tMt.jie- of
New Yo-V, wat3,r.TJ, The U a Sen
linrl of week, tayt thai Xhr jipula'
ti n how amouutt rj 4,017 I V tiiia the
yer pat, v7 new louses have bn erec
ted J Thit rapid iicrease In lhpopula
(ixn ar.J weal.hof tie town lutgtu out
of the making of he l.rie Catui
r.irr.rrr.riLtr. rntcr. avf, 4.
C'titun, II to 1114, 1ir, (!fw, 1 1 auptftne , 5
hrr,Vy cnt( whUitr, 4ia4ai pwhbraii
dv, f a 4S 1 ai't'lt tt. J to 4 1 1 rora .1 to 4J i
..(, 9 a t'lN,Ti,aMn., f ha 3rr
tl rlm-.jrs3 tii1t ifr, nnir'nvl, 11
to 1 coifrf , hrims gtttn, V to V 24 ami
.l o-uibiy, 1 a til UAl.twm, l 30a 1 2S( Ittl
trr.I.H'JrH, Ultuw, 6 at, brat, U2i rtre,
I'M raiM r1(J0IUiii.Srj tJ.t.a.l)!fw;
t.ifcu leaf, 3 a 4 , mMbiacturrd, J f '.M fr. c I.
In UiU town, M die 8th inrt. Mrs. CoWiV
tilr; jrl Soyoirt.
Wan Ctu ftltre.
"llfM CCHin. in rttiiniinjr hi ainr
1 1 rhankt to tie public for favora, bej
Irave (o inform tlrm that he Iim just rs-rrivrd
from PlulaJclphil and eAork, a Urc as
)fj (1 00(1 s,
of the brit '(ualit;, which he tell at tvy
Uw pnrrt fur c&th 1 h putlic, ami prlruUr.
ly the rmiiitry pele, are mpectfutly invited to
call and j'idjee for 'hrmtrhea.
Win, takes lHa ojinortunify to inform the
pulLc, tbt be still tontinucs to keep all kinds of
et crt. of the brat qiality, ami niamif.w'turrd by
bimsrlf) a rut ,iipca by t Constant tMciition to
the diflrrrnt brim let of kia busmcM, to ie
grin r J MtiifM-iion,
Alw, on baud, aiKl'iut rtciived, ihrrte, Mul
Id, tanianiV.t, Se. lit.
Sah,t,rf, Ire. 15, Ifil It
Xfgnx'i to liin.
I will birr oot.on th la Uy of January nrst,
at the Court-floor in Salisbury, for one
yrar, tbMit foiv Srgrtt s j among there arc men,
(mrn and cliiklrrn, Mine very vtluaiile bunU.
I alvi avail rmsrlf otthia opportunitr to no
tify all persons imL-btal to me, either by note
or lwok account, to mate payment cm or before
the lt day of Krbmaa-, and therrb)' sate nic
trouble and tliemsrltr, timl.
H I KtllKN !.. FF.RttASlP.
.V,.j.Arv, Dee. tfi, U-3 3t6
llonicnt ar.tl Whitm-v,
Ctrnrr tf Qwtn (J SlatoHrtcU, Ckarlrttti, S. C.
lini.L bvo constantly tn hand, throughout
v v the K-aaon, a la rye stsortmcnt of
Ilrandy CUibcr Saltt
Gin ' "Jlallcr
W'incs, of all kinds . Powder and Shot
Feppc - . Xrad, auu S-c. .
Kl.kh they are detenninrd to sell as low aa
tbev ran poaaibly b afforded, (or euh. 1 allow
and Bccsa as received in paynn-nf , Tr Mi h the
highest mark i t price V ill be allowed. Oountrr
Merchants wishinr to purchase Crtcrnrj, wiil
do well to call and cxaniiu: fur themselves.
Xv. 24. lHi3. Ut96
f VHK tobsmber rrapcclfuily mfurms
1 the pubi c tnd Ins country Iru ixl
that he baatairntheexlensiic Tatvrn,
corner of King and Onrjfertreeta, aigTi ol the
limk, (lately occupied by Mrs. M'Donald) which
he intends to' open abtut the 15th October, as a
House of Knterta in men t.
1 he premises this summer have been (freatly im
proved, and enlanrrc' with thirty new hxl'inp
R(M)ins, a larpe aiJ airy Stable upon the most
improted plan. And from bis experience i:i
this line of business, t hopes to (five satisfaction
Uiailwlmmay hoiiot him with llnir custom.
Suffice it to say, bis Table and liar will be sup
plied with the best the market affords ; and the
regulation of hia hwue, such as he hopes will
ghe entire satisfaction to those who desire
Idite of Chester Cewi-Houte,
THE subscriber baa Tcry recently received
from Philadelphia, an assortment of
Dry Goods, Hardware,
Cutltru and Domentia ;
which, with the assortment he exnecls to re
ceive in a short time, will enable him to sell :t
:ilisf:irtorv orioeS. The Dllblic arc rtSDCCtfuliv
mritedto call. ami eliie for tbtuisclM .
, . -......-,.,r.iv n A--VH.aa.
SMKMryfAugr-lim, '- -CI-
.The Coppersmitbinir, and TinWate business
heretofore transacted by D. Cress, sen. will in
future be conducted by me, at the same pi e,
Those w ho favor me with their custom, mar ue
Of nd on having their work done w itll neatness;
durability and despatch.
f.UV II. I'llMO.
Selling unusually'.' Low.
THE subscriber i now receiving a large as
aortment of DRT ROODS, UAHD-W ARE,
CVTLERV, DOMEST1CK8, kc. from New
York and- Philadr Iphiaiwleeted by Jiimaelf with
care and bodtrbt on the best terrna. Beinjr knx-
v . . r t- ; '
totia to secure a continuance pi prcsciu rc
iiectahhv niktnm. he has come to a determina
tion b olttr bLcitensiv p atoci orCoolalrt'Sa'.
fisbury,' r pMee r vrhtr h'i H bit'opiniori, ill be
tound as low aa Uie price m tnose tvno auvcnmc
"selling' off at coat.? Mis customerf and the
piiblic jrenerally, are inyit'ed to cill, examine,
and judge for themselves. '
. . . tnnw uiTbDiiv
R p-wan Cmmty, Jt,,Q. Aug. 1823.. '66
. s a tf. af.s a l lit-..
s:t l!,a brnf,l ill,;. Af.!rmv. ami the
I I ..f.f I I'.n lA lha fciiLrir. !) Inia'rrsbr
b riiska tl known thai tha IAe bcw
rsiaul siri'K al tha s're in s 't '4
SiTi Sill fSliirt lirit w.ntb, wi b th' fcfU
tircuntatamcs th.i.h till n ftxif fSitt. lb
Itoard of CuoinnM.ottf rt of l(ots atxl ltri.!
I.ai. at a fill Ittrrtinr. il. clnll i,mi l.rtm
- , - m. i
of a fief rri4 spoiia at iA-i flu. H
autre ltscH tsill b rrrti.rd to d i'ai rt at the
ml of tbit tear t tpret iso Bort lo
hear of thai chargt tpiwA nor Afa.Un'V ta U
iof tituttrij in an unfavorable plare. 1 tie pri.
crl t vtl Una rt'abltklinsein Iim be en lo our
A ademy, u the rr port abmad wbkb majrnin
ed trifles. At all tvn.ta, eir A'ailrmy bat mtt
Item more unfavorably t.iairl, in any give n
pt rti than those In viltajfta.
wo U.tiuoal UMMtUra of tha. Hoard have
been ttected 1- 7 Aua 11 ilimm; lif, Cuuitw U
nf atid W Urn V. Jm4 -
auMrinlcnU-n of fbe iiiUrrata of bleralnrr,
a hope will be occasionally and clwrrfully
jrivtn. The Mirf it aprointed fsrerrtary o(
the lloatsl in the rwi4ll of Patftl 1t: Hit, t'.f.
Hie Hoanl have diled the enjras;emetit for
3 years wilb the lti, IU umi, which had not
I'r.hcipa) of I'Jm nearr Academy. VVe are eon
fi.lr lit that the public will apprvciate the Vtkie
of an Academic Institution, whoae Teacher Is
rmanrni. v e wiah to soy notion nvre A Mr.
ll.tnL Arr baiinir dreUred his homtinml
rt, u.a, Uian simply to atatr, that atuifrnla Ironi
under Ins toil ion, enter I oiu-fii lomoraoiy i ami
that the HoiMirsble Dtfee of Master of Arts
aa lately c.Miterrtrd on bun, by the faculty aifl
Trusters of VS aabington College.
Higned by onlrr of the lUttrd.
J. AM)RIOVf nrrrrtsry.w. Irm
laitutU for Sale,
Undtr m drtrrr f l!s Crf Eyuilf tf Ktwa
II V virtue of euiMlry lUcrres of the Court of
1 W f inty for How an county, maite at iKto'ier
tirrn, la.' l I st ill riMc to put-he sale, at ilc
Coort-llmikc mi hal.jniri, on UrdiustlaV the
loth of Drrcmlnr nest, the follow iur vjuabic
tracts of I Jiiid, sic One tract mar Alexander
Ixoif'a riidl, not far from the mouth of Grant's
cretk, containing 9il acreai One or her tr-wi
aili'iiiiiiur ili- UmU of ilium !:iiith and AU s-
ander lnmr. rontaiinnr VT acres t one other
tract on tlw Vadkiii ner, Im biw the month of
Crane creek, roiiUiniiiK 115 acrest three other
trarit ,j"iiniij; Ihe jt mentioned rract, con
t.i.i,Lf tuw'ilhir i'.'l acrrsi four Iota h
vz in t!ie crt ut nortli ainiare of the tow n of
alUbiiry, knoan an 1 ib x nbeil in the plan ot
jid town by Not. l'., .V, no and f3 : The above
property belong to the heirs at Uw of the late
Ah iii.!i r 1'ri.lu ck.
Alvi, st the unii time and place, a tract of
I ami Imp;; on the waleia of llutililtjr t rrek, in
the Forks i!m .Vaikui, adjoinuif the laiidt ol
hainiiel l ittle, lluker Johnston ami others, con
tairinp by estmralion 2.".'i w r s, U lulifting to
the burs at law ol (.corvc llmndon, dee'd.
I Alvi, st the same time and place, alrart of
l and hinjr on the Yadkin river, adjoiniii(r the
Umla of Nathaniel Peeblea, Willey Ellis, James
Orn I, and others, containing 250 acres, more or
lets i and belonging lu the heirs tt law ot Joshua
Al, tt the same time and place, a tract of
I and ly inj( on the w alert of Dutch Second cret a,
bounded by the lamia of Michael Hoffman. Jnhn
Trcilcr. ahd otbert. and containinr 221 acres,
to 4h" swnie more cr leti,Teliijinj 16 the heiri
at law of John I'asinfcr, dt e'd.
Also, at the earn rime and place, a tract of
Iand. lying on a branch of second creek, .com
monly called the Walnut Branch, adjoining the
lam! of l.rorjre and Henry Robiaon, contajnins;
tK) acres, and beloofpng to the heirs at Uw ot
Marriirrt Kobison, dee'd.
A credit of twelve and eighteen montht w ill
be piven for the purchase money, on each ol
the above Uracil of land.
Also, at the same time and place, will be sold
another tract, lying on the W aters of YVelhrro'a
creek, joining the Iredell line, and adjoining the
lands of Neil M'Kay, Jamra Houston, David
Foster, and others, containing forty-aii or forty-
oiirht acres, belonciiiir to the beirt at law of
AkaaiulcrCook. .uecil This tract will be sold
cm a credit of twelve months, with Interest from
the time of sale.
The porc.hai.crs w ill be required to give bonds
with approved securities, in every instance, for
the purchase money.
GEO. LOCKE, CM. E.
October 25, 1823. 7t84
&auge & Ivunnvn.
WATCH YIAKEHf 6? JEWELLERS, 1
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizena of
Salisbury and the public, that they have
taken the shop lately occupied by Mr. Curtie
Wilkinson, w here they intend keeping for Bale a
(nerul assortment of every article in the line,
consisting in part of
Gold und ailver Wat hes ;
(old chains, seals and keys t
Ear-rings, breast pins and finger rings ;
Silver table, tea, mustard and salt spoons ;
.Soup ladles and sugar tffhgst
r.Mttannia tea and coffee potsj
I'Ktcd castors and candle sticks t
togcuier wiirt n assort wem -srs mtmtmy- ao;
'"IVafcli '""and Clot'k Hepairinr
Kvery atienliftn" itrbe paldTo the VaWR arid
elock,w pairing buaiiiosa. Tbcy assure the pub
lic, that tliey have 'a first rate workman, w'jo
w ill be enabled to render satisfaction to all those
wln may favor them with tlmir custom. They
have reason to believe that tome watchet have
not been well repaired, during last summer i
those, therefore, who have had work done, and
were not satisfied, will plcaae return their watch
es, and they shall be repaired free of espejite.
S:,Ubury, JVov. 24, 1823. 82
1$. 1). Ilounsaville, -
At the Red Home, Lexington, Davidttn County,
- -- ' AVrrAiCoroijna, v -
IS prepared to accommodate traveflert and
visiters plentifully, comfortably, and cheaply.
Past feort remind ..hTvaVejgjrsio oleaae
have, nreasorabk, he'liurnbiy trusts, taugiitMrh
now. Jtw,i8, mr 1 - -r4iwr-
Wouae l'ov Sve, v r
WILL tell my House and Lot in Sa
lisbury, on accommodating term.
Apply to 1 . L. Cowan, Esq. or to myself, in lt
kih. There it a good office belonging to the
lot, Convenient for a Lawyer bt Physician.
' JOHN BECKWITII. -Salisbury,
Mutch 8, 1 $3ir-'M
i JCIicncrr Acritifiny.
I ar f f i h t ... i - i i
flffM )i lii'l n lorort.wa'rj ih.M'f l!
1 HMinA nf ti c trfn.r.l Am. ft. I. ly to H,'J,
It Is now open lo 'l who H tiilx r 't fHr"
a tmir tf l.hrral r.urlo, or t'o-ty l.tiet.tfi
(ilirtiilitf tnd (i'"ff'ir A" brarf brt tit H
UCalHin VT'l'iired b f j;rt ,. in(o f ollr , W ill
Lere be taught, W ar bappy U sUrii.t; to ll.e (t
pnh'ir. tbil a new and (ooiuiodnHi A' Vii y
ill be completed In few il.)s anordiiijf am.
pie rKm for the tremnto1ainn of etudrMt. f
tn sRootit fnjiiire f t tt characlrr of the f ! ,
e Can b iifly, but Si'h Crili.Mv, atalr, that
there are few nfidiof bowls in ' h purity uf .
morals is so frnrraltharateii k. Mf fri. ,
prrienee laa provtn It to be ht.n;,y in a very '
high degree. 1 be Ars.!rnir ta in a rvral ailua-
lion, tt mil'' front It so that atuilrntt
ill be measurably fried, from trn'i ttot to
iff, , It it 9 is eiii. nt to tbnrt It, l re tbrrw
i. prH,l40ij e'artitJtr. ..litHutLiiif i W Ls.1 ' '
any where in the siyn it at siy dort
pef annum, l oiiion s'if, hi t.iy d .'lars .'
M Lit t t- . L lift f,M . K, k
cbwiny; aiih Mtblie ksaminaron. Ibe Aral
and cbws the 1 ursday precrdmir t hristmst i
the aeeoml will begin two wfk after the cloaej
rue or coining m the ame. Iue rijfsrd shall . '
be paid In the conduct and nmrsls of ant bot
who may to put uiwlrr our rare.arvd all Xl fvi.co
ust d to nuke tun pUte as bolar.
Yv l. A. II A IX,
lrJr.1 Cetf., X. C. .VY. ' 187
YudLiu Xinialion Company.
1 lrilEKKAff, tha atck aobt.ribrd to tbit
I f company having, from tinie tt time,lfeit
declared doe, and payment mptired to to made
to the tretaurcr or agents of the Company, by
divert adurtWmrnrt in the newspaper. Nt).
1 It. K, therefore, is hereby given, to aobtrritters
on w bote atot k all, or any part, of the I, 2, 3, 4,
J, ft, 7, H, 9, or 10th, ittetaiWtita rrmtin unpaid,
that payment it required lo be made on or be
f'-re the 13th day ol' January ,ii:4, to WVAVeet
Mntn nf hnrtddtonNigh, Anson county, or lo)
.Vfrander ftttilt, of flow an eoonty, agents HF
said Company i ami that the etotk of tuch enh,
acnltera on which all or any part of the ahot
iitaislmrtits renia'm uiiia l, will on that day be
a'lld at auction at the court-house In the town of
Salisbury, N. C.
a. i). untriiEv.rrtWsfrNf.
7W. I, 18n. .
Yadkin Xutijration Companyi
"lirilKKKAH, the bomts taken by me aa an
v f agent if ibis company, hare been tranw
ferred, by ordrr, to Hiram Jenninei. in pat mtnt
of the accounts of said Jennings and John Itlion,
agsinat the company ami for the amount of
a hich booda, llimm Jennings, for himatj'f ami
John llison,haa heretofore s gned receipts to
the Compan'j which bonds hve Bptin been
placed in my hands bv aaid Jennings lor eollec.
lion, as bis agent. ,'otie it, therefore, hereby
givciv that, oiUtsa. pay rueula are nuuU by tbi.
thir.1 klomlav of February nest, being in the
week of How an enoutv Court, or tome aa'ilse'
lory arrangrmriits to that em I, that immediate.
Iv after tW time all tuch bonds will be put in
auit. a. Nrntrr, :
1gent,fr H. Jmninrt,
.Vv. 23, 1811. 9i92
Valuable Negroes for Fale.
"lini.l. be sold, at the court boose in Valia.
V v bnry, on the first rlaynf Jamisrr nrxV
three or four valuable and likely Argfr bt bog.
injr . to the estate of Gr n. Jr a A Pramm,:
ilecMi amongst w hich ra likely A-wman,
A credit of enr and rwe years will to ri'en,
pi.rchasert io secure payment by jivlnjr bond
with two'or mnre'approved tecurioca, payaLlo
with the current notes of tie bankt in the Stat
RuftVu-ut bills of sale will be eiecuted to jvur
Also, at the aame time and place, other prop
erty belonging to aaid dee'd. will be told, on
credit which will then be made known,
A. ;NKntTT, JdmW
Th-e. 9. 123. 4186
Doctor Hamuel 3Ic.flee,
Tl K.tiS leave to inform his friends and the pub
1 1) lie, that In consequence of the much hu
mented tTeatn of hisfrienTTDocTrAk 17llc1)i,-
he hma hfrn nhlirrd tn prlnrn tn llni..n mtut
now occupies the office formerly held by Doct,
A. Rchnolti where be will be fm'ind, to attend to
calls of patients in the various branches of hit
pmreaaion. arc. J, 1, , J'M
Public Sale, V
"11 7 ILL to told at public aale, on Thumlaf,
TV the 18th dsv of December nest, at thai
late residence of John Krndriek. dee'd. all th
unwilled propertr of aaid dee'd, consist inr of a
l f- l. ll l a
numuer oi vaiuaoie .ejreea, a large quantity ol
corn and fodder, horses, cattle, hogs, aheep, a
team of large well broke mules, a quantity of
I'trk, one w aggon and harness, farming took.
1 he sale will commence at 10 o'clock-, and
continue from day to ilv, until all it told.
i lie usual creuit will be given.
JOSEPH SMITH, Exr.
Jtto. 25, 1823. - SH84
Kst ate jP Jlccjr J Iarrb.v
JJL WtRor iltor K, JUrrii, IccM, wiU pre;
sent tfiem tor payment at or before tbe twenty-
teccmd day of Ortobrrmt-xtvor this notice, svjtuv,
that of December, 182?, which wat given agree,
ably to luw, will be pleaded in bar of their re.
coveryj and all indebted to laid estate must
make immediate payment.
JNO.Xn. BARNHARriT.jf?.V. '
' Cabamu Ctunty, Dec. 1, 1823. 3t83r
Cotton Saw Gins. ...
FH1IE tubscriber hat now on hand, for talc, at
X bit shop in Salisbury, on Main Street, Cot.
ton Raw Gins of hit ow n make, which he will
warrant to be at well made at any in the State.
He will constantly keep gins for aale i and will
tToUT kinds of e"paTriiig, on 'abort " nbtlceTaml
reasonable terms. hAML'EL FBALKY.
Sali$6ury, Mg. 18, 1833. 67" -
ON the tuhiect of the Presidential Election,'
addressed to the citizens of North-Carolina,
it for talc at the office of the Western Caroli nian -price
twenty cents. ,
Dec. 9, 1823. , , ' .
Foolscap Writing l'aper,
TOR aale at tint office, by the ream, at three
X.' dollars per ream. - -