,'rw JrRrof bit electi-m LuttTiWM
U rnwisb reject oug 4 W be shewn
r i . I,. kL.m tiArl
.1 the conU:uuini
'.,! ententes. I wmiU, inerewrci Prv-
Ust to tho tomroltue ptto4l t V
He swell, piiota one ' 'n''"
HCi.' Jt frtni It l Cn$tituti
t v.lardveutare eur correspondent may
Ul teen the I"" hf 11 1'r',,, in
lulciri. we will Inform tun tlial Hi Editor I Mr,
UWi) telle ".I" poW Urm "
t.w.tt it uthritt-tb whole of lu
11 LAdmmu iwimk to the eornmiltte ofeor
1 rtipomJrftce. A this en.nutue of w U In
i 1 lagrtfNifis wisfc.'Kii'JvJwss;
1 1 rltl by the Knur of the Wy TwjtiUtl Ytr-
J jiiinjTTTrniirnniic hp tiwiwef
Ity, (according to ruurw doctrine) or of the T'i
posilioo of the eauiJu committer, to Wl
01 tier Hectare in tt.t place of any ln may
either die, remove, refuse to accept, or be ad
tr- to tli principle of usurpation m recog
niitil by caucus uiige.J
Ccn. Join 8. (Wnk, of F.dgr field court
limn, H. C. wu killed, few liny I since, by the
accidental diacliarge of pin, while he wat
bating it i the charge passed ihroiifh hi band.
caused (he Utk-juw, and terminated hit exist
encc in a few day .
junr.iv .ionicui.ruR.lL sncir.rr.
II f.illomiiij are tiie rrniiuro which the
Rocirty Iim pTrtd upon avariiii, at the fcltow
of (hit vear, (1824 )
lt. A aitver cup worth 8 10, for the
createit ouantiiy of torn (crown oil any
divert (pji)tity of recUimad old ground,
Dot ct than three acre.
2nd. A silver incHul with tn ippropri
ate iitcripiion, Jor the grcatett (Uiititr
ofwheat crown rm not Icm than five acre a
of rrrhmncd land.
3 !. Ten dollar in catl for the jreatet
yield in r (.!'.'', from not lei th two
ncre of rerUimid land.
4th. A aiUcr mcilal for the bett ras
lot, rtf upland.
5th. A gold mrdul for tha heM bull,
nit under two, nor over fivr )er old.
6th. A Roll medal wotth g5, for the
heat heifer not mote than three )cr old.
T;h. A aiiver cup worth g 1 0, for the
heat milch cow.
8-.li. An elegant bridle for the bett
St.illion to improve the breed of addlc
l.orxc, to le owned in Rowan county.
9th. Trn dollar for the brM Stallion to
improve the breed of woik horw, to be
owned in Rowan.
loili. A two hone Dagon plough for
the ltt breeding mare.
1 1th. Trn d IIjm for the bett colt, not
let thnn one, nor more than four, year
old neit aprinfr.
I2ih. 1 he mc for the bett filly, arae
Ulh. A one horse Dagon plough for
the belt mule, not lea than one nor more
than four year old ueal pring.
1 4th. Five dollar for the hrst sow.
' 1 5th. The tame for the best boar.
1 6th. Two enr) it half dollirt for the
best tow pig.
17th. 1 he time for the best boar pi,;.
I8t Two dollir for the hist t.
5W4W-iMm-r the 4H-M-rm
2 th. A set of tea spooni for the best
piece of home made curtain dun.
Honorary premium for 2d and 3d
r I t; Set of tea kpoont for thabrtt jpiece
of table linen, notletsthan 12 yards.
22 1. Same for the best piece of wool
und cotton cloth, not less than 10 yards.
23d. The same for the best piece of
woollen cloth, not It- than IS yards.
24th. l ive, dollars for the best piece of
home made cotton bagging.
2 Slh. Two dollar for the bett piece of
rope, not lest than 201b.
26th. An honorary premium for the
best piece of home-made carpeting, not
less than 20 yards.
anh. The same for the bett pair of
28th. T4te tame for the best 5 yards or
more, of flannel.
29th. The same for the brst specimens
of all sorts of farming utensils.
ton the wisitan caoliuii.
Mr. Editor: I see that our representa
tive, Mr. Long,' has introduced to Con
gre&s a measure to prerenl masters from
separating man and wife among our
1 his proposition shows that ..ir
of the laws end constitution of the cum
try. 1 hat Slavery is a niiforuin- to the
Southern States, must be admi'tt-d by
every man of. serious reflection; but, so
long as we have Slaves, they must be con
i.idird nd treated aa ArVrru i nH Con
gress have ho right to prevent the owntis
from selling them. They might as.wcll
say we have no right to sell our lands, or
other property. Besides this, it very of
ten happens that one man owns the wife,
mi her;. the' husband, i tutj according
to Mr. Long's peuiiofti;.C)V"'
'mart owning a bad j)cg!'Q.t!l?n cannor sell
him, because it would be deparaliog man
Hnd wife. I hope our member will con
sider better of this thing: it may suit
the views of ti e Quakers, end of the Van'
?iiesbutii will tiever do) for we Snuthern
people. ' ' .) VOTtK .
Jitujetn Ctitnt", Feb. f1, 1324. , ,
A tnsclTne, lo U srericJ Ut tomri
It UiltJinr by Mr. Itorri, coach ro.kcr
of Plymouth, (F.npUnJ) under the wire
tlon f M. Clutietti d which, in the
court cf ten day will U launched, end
Inn! to London in three hours tcit time
than Ih'f mail. Rngllih fiafirr.
- .M.IK MM. I I
On Tuesday, the 30th of Iiecember W, the
Iter. .A Hi'-, cf HcekWiiuurf county,
!. C. to M.a &jroA R. Mr, of Uneatter
district, 8, C
la Rutherford county, on the S4tb Dec. Im!,
oWs, 1. to Mia JlfasvfA Rtckttrr,
n i i hi rocjic icr, .,
In IJnrohijBouiHy, a Tborwlay evening the
Jro HStrHH, to hia aiaca, Mia Vy
tarkir, aldcat dauber of Darid Parker.
In thia town, on Turflay evening latt, Mr.
Gorf Km, ajred T2 )ear. He u the tint
whitu prnon birn whhin the limi'aofSaUthnry,
Ho waa an activ and arahoia IV kg from the
eonimencement of Ute devolution, ami terved j
in the army of hi country, through all the vie it
ehmUof her a(Mrjrlc for liberty, till the treaty
of '83 rccognitjd our a a free and indrpeu
In Salem, onjhe CJ iuU. the Rev. Simtnl
KiamiK, fur mora than 30 yearn a miniatrr of the
Coipcl among tlx I'nited llrrthreo. In hia lat
ter year, Im afflicted itU hlindiu-M j and
aAer unaucceMful oprrationa on hia e)ra,en
dured eicruciating pain in them i which pain
at laat tubaidad, and acttlrd in hia breaat, and
cauacd linjfcriiijr decay, accompanied with ft-
verv which brouirht on hi diktolution. All hia
protracted paini he tn. lured with chriitian fur-
titu'le i and on the morn:ng of hia death, when
he had a 1'irid iiiUnil, he rclatdl many thingi
of hi ;iu hfr, rtgulatcd hi eooccma, and ci-
prtMk-d l.i fill l.'jc of cUrnkl happinrM.
In WaiSInfon city, on the 25th ultimo, Mr.
Jamn PrlUfrrv, printer, acd 4'J yttr.
Forte Piano, for Sale.
FlltS T rte aroond-haml J'un; i oTcrid
for aale, very low. For tormi, lie. app'j
to MiciiAM. 1uunr
SaUibury, ftb. 16, 1.'4. !)3
New Oil Mill.
(1 ROUGE VOGt.EK rrfpeclfully infurni hi
T friend and thr public rrnrndly, that he
ha lately erected an 'A MUt, near Halii'jtiry ;
where he it now prepared to make Lintenl (Ml
of aa (rood quality a any in the couatry, which
he will tell at gl, for a tinjrle callon, or at 75
cent per gallon by the quantity, lit wialir to
purchaae any quantity of
for which he will pay the birhett market price
iA raA, or will gi'c o-ie bushel of H fur two
of flaitrcd. People in ibn aection of country,
are reured to aave all the Max-Ked they can,
a thry willidwats find a ready market for it in
frbrmtry 16, 1824. it95r
To Journeymen Shoemakers.
V m -v . . . . t l , 1 .1 !
r a mr. auncnrer wisnriin rmpiov inree jour-
I w, . r... i. .i i
1 1ST T HIV ' ll't II in K C t SH SU III It I till f I
habits, who understand their ImsinrM pei fertlv, j
to hom constunt employ and liberal rt-a villj
be nren. fe-WC-WNr
Suhibitry, Feb. 16,124.
I have now on hand, : nd intend keeping, a
auppry xa the very, beat 1A L LAI 'U F.H f. d at
I ahall nuke it ajirttlit to employ firai rate ork
niui, niv friend and the public n ay dep od up
on getting i gnod work executed in my ho,
in the- line of Shormitkine, as ever n dom- in
tin- town of Salisbury, or in the Sta'e. I not
only engnte to niuke at elegant and durable
boot and hoc-a a any body else, but I further
covenant with all who may thed Uie ciinshine of
th. ir putnmttfe on my hrp, to do their work a
CHKAP, !id, perhaps a Utile theapn, than n.y
brother chip. F.HF.XEZF.K DICKSON.
FROM the subscriber, a very light mulatto , Uv ig English during the war, and sold
boy named C.EORCE, about 28 30 years :,,te,y , ,he Turks." A Jxifctsctipt to the
of aire, and between five feet ten mchea a'ViX. . ' , , .. . . ,- ...
feet lgh, verv thin and spare, with a very Urge j dsV 1 have JU,t tme to add, tha
rotnan noae, v'erj- black hair, resembling that of ; have this moment received official
a white man's but inclined to curl, and but Litle ' news of the surrender of Corinth to the
beard on the upper lip and point of the chin, I Grecian armv, under a caoiiulation the
cl.ewaagreatdeal of tobacco, i a gtKd barber, j
tolerublc rarpt-ntrr and shoemaker, a very
rood house K-rvaiit and coachman in the kit-
fer canacirylie Wa ervihg when lie-ran offnB
fact, he is capable of turning hi hand to any
kind of labor i very humble and plausible, and
ran oft" for no other cause known to me:tfut the
ft-ar of gcttiag a whipping for drinking to an
excess, which he is much addicted to whenever
he can iret it. 'Tia likely he mav attempt to
I" himalf 1 a-trce-niaiwliisxoffiplciiori be.)
inir Hiuch in his favor. He had on when he left
me, a blue broad clo)h coat and striped panta.
loons. He formerly belonged to Mr. Duflie.artor
iu v at law, of Chatham county, North-Carolina ;
then to Mr. Win. daston of Newborn, North
Carolina; then to Brown k Jama, also of New
bt-ro, of whom I bought him. He had a mother
mt relation nvu.g nM, isttobunnigL, ctitiiiH
county, rorth-Curolina, where he wa when I
bought him, and perhaps he may have made for
that section of country, or attempted to reach
the seaboard ; therefore, all masters and owners
of vessels are forwarned front employing' said
boy, as the law will be- rigorously enforced against
anv one on whom the fact nihJSWtA
hundred doHara reward 'will be given if taJitn
out of jhe tatc and delivered to me on the
Cataw ba, three mile , above lawidsford, Chester
district, South-Carolina; or fifty dollars if taken
out of the St ute and secured inv any gaol, so that
I gat him again i twenty -five dollars if taken in
the State and delivered to me at above, cr
secured so that I get him again. -
FREUKKICK L. J. PRIDE.
January 3i, 1324 itS6
' . . IUCKJNC. CUT!
Atwe praTntadjthe ttuou ticket, emnpoMd
aa It U of iLcorJnt fc!erib, arwl hrwiffil PmU
by the eflorta of a rKhtaajiuity of the loii.
(ature, la UUoif ta 'ectof alf. JJmrf
wtt, of kUteigh, hat btn tTiirn off from that
ticket eud Mr. WiUiant one of tic com
Biittee of h, lun art ih true Ulti
mate prtrogatita, mjf4tA kiiuthvr in hia
atcad UMaWW J, of Vfkr, m now put oit
thf taunt ticket, Thia i tat Way, btlowitl
i toMMw kvtrtt fur yu
brfolfawmg ymbKeatloa, of 24BapubCc
mwbcr of CongrrM, put a teal up) the fate
of th much talked of rawv. The tditor of
the ittrllignrer publiab It, without tpening
their bead on the subject, one way or th oth
er. It prottratct all their gulJcn anticipafon
from ttie advanccracnt of the radacal cauididate.
In consequence of the ttatementt which
have gone abroad, in relation to Con
rrettionil nomination of Candidates for
Prttideot and Vice President of the Uni
ted States, the undcrii;nd have been re
quettea, by many of their Kepuliiican
colleaKues snd associate, to ascertain the
number of the Member of Congrcis wh
deem it ineipedicnt.at thit time, to make
such a itomination ; and to, publish tie
same, for the information of the people of
the Uoi'ed States.
In compliance with thit request, tley
have olialned from gentlemen, represen
ting the several States, aaiisf(ory infor
mation, that, of two huaeVed atd tiity-onci
the whole number of roaCtWt com po
king the pretent Congrest, there are one
hundred and eighty one who deem it in
cspedirnt, under ciittintcircumttsnces,
to meet in Caucus, for the purpose of
nominating Candidates fr President and
Vice President of the Urited States ; and
thry have good reasons 0 believe, that a
portion ol the remainder sill be fouud un
willing to attend such a peeling.
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky; Julio II.
F.aton, Tl-iiucmcc; Iavid Baron, tloMJuri ; s m.
Kelly, Alabama i Hubert Y. layne, South-Caro.
Inn; CharU Kich, Vermont! T. Fuller, MiMa
churtt ; J. Bloai.e, Ohio Gto. Ilolrombe, New
Jrrey ; S. L). Ingham, fcnaiylvanu ; R. Hurria,
I'eim) It auia ; Jucph Kent, alary land ; D. II.
Miller, I'enruvlraiua; 1 hoiuas Metcalte, Kentuc
ky Kobert S.Crtirnet, Virriikas Jhmc llaaidton,
tun. boutharolma i J. Clascal, lenueaaee;
Geo. Kremer, Penniylvaniai D. W, Crowntn
shield Maaaachuaelta ; Wo Burleigh, Maine ;
L. U hitman, Connecticut; Jonathan Jennings,
Indiana i bam. Ilouaton, Tcuieaace i J. R. l'oin
We perceive by the Intelligencer of the
7th inst. that 1 1 members ol Congress,
regardless of the voice of the nation, but
determined to make a desperate effort to
rally the strength of the radical party
have given public notice for all those
members of Congress who are favorable
to a caucus, te meet on Saturday evening:
. . . . c i? e. . j-
the 14th of rcbruary, to nominate candi-
dates for President and Vice President
Seriously, this is a most impotent ef
foit of the caucusites. Among the names
tinned to this notice, we observe that of
a representative from tbit Slate : HuUh
iu Burton .
A letter has been received in Botton, from
Smyrna, by bite arrival, dated the 25th of No
vember, which aay:
" I he (iteeks go on famously. A na
val action has lately been fought, in which
the Creeks captured a sloop of war, sev
eral brigs, a schooner, and transpotts.
.lnnr itf in jr Ufa frirmrlv an A iiifta-
hc,n ship, belonRing to N. York, captured
br:lonerl ,0 am)cd jn Asia. The
Greek vessels, with the prisoners, arc
- Q -
m the Oull, with the intention ol
landing them. It is an alflnTfjortOTt
place for the Greeks, whose cause appears
daily to bHghttri
Accounts from New-York of the 4th
instant ayrlh3iUiJVe ivtjlrepdyfceen
enough developed in the Legislature, to
convince us that the law to give to the
People the choice of Electors, WILL
pats, in an unrestricted form."
. Emigratitr... is stated in the Mis
souri Itepublican, that the number of emi
grants te that state the fast season, has
been greater than in any jear since 1819,
and is supposed by some to be equal to the
aggregate of thq$s..w.h,.9 haye arrived in the
srally proceeded up the Missouri, and to-,
wards Salf River. "; :
The Militia Laws.
TIIOSF Militia Officers who have eTpresacd
a wish to be possttsed cf the militia laws,
un now be tupplied with the latent rcial of"
them, by apply mg at the' priiitlng-eirhec.
OH the f.nt T.ur.ly (the 4U da;) J U.nh
ntU the ('.jmnuumtrun,,u,r to I.V
KlTtha Ton of Le.n(iim, in I)kJi county, j
djmmnf ie of tha tourt-lhAae, at puUic
an4t,.m, to the hlfhrat btdcr. Tha term of
tokl sale, art aptimved humU lot tha aswxint of
purtUaa, payUI In thrtt equal inataimrnta, of
an, iriamiitiutn ntomua, before conny
li.g the titlr,
- John mo.nrok,
Vtw feiort, In Cuncord.
f I1IIK aubacriW ha lormed Cotrtiif r J.in
wiiaj nainanori wuiivn, in ue mrraut4i
buwnc, l Conconi, Caharru count), Suttli
Carolina, inlr the firm of Mvhf (J .Suit 1
: S..f sr openitig t trr ti atanrtment or
Dry Coodi, Cutlery, and JIar JwarT',
elected with much can-, in rhdadclohia and
yew-Vork. awl bimirtit on the be t trrma. llirv
jeaign to cotitmuc the buiinr at Concord for
line )eari and aa air. Murphy will v.wt tyc
lerthrrn c.tir annually, to prtM-ure anpnlii-,
tk-ir aMirtmrnt will be (rinrralj ami iU be
ut'wiacd of at fa.r f.r.rn fur cah, or on credit
tilpuoctual ruat'ifiirra. Thrir frirnd ami pit
pfdic ftirally, are respectfully invited to c all,
rM.iiie uvhlii, hear pnret. and j'l'le for
tltmatUra. JOHN Ml'KI'HY.
Ut alao, at hit aUire in (talnbury, a largr
ayrtfi-nf of UOOI), to suit citiirna, town an-l
rauntry people i o In; diiiwed of unuvially low
far ra4, or ctmntry produce. 90
Vuluahle Land for Hale.
IHF. subwriber will tlipfv of the fallowing
tracta of IjiihL in Meckltiibnrg count), via.
One tract of J W arret, Ivinjf nn tha Catawba
river, a lew nnka Ik-Io the lut koairry FortL
SImI about ymilc from Cliarlotte.
One tract of 779 arret in the tame neighbor
hood with the above.
11iee Unda are admirahlw ailapted to the
niltura of ttiltn. mi, aict all kirl of mll
grain. To the f.rrnt-r trait, belong mmc
prime bottom land. The whole, pen. rati)
peaking, lit i well, ami it finely tin beml anil
watered. A the to trartijoin, I ill aell them
either acparatcl) ortojf. llu-r.
Alto, anotlur tiairt of 700 arret, tituati i!
alHHit IK milci to (lie i t t 'luriotte. I i.w
land i alnwt perf ril lcrl, and iinot inferior
to the bcl in Uiat i i".n of t.Se counts.
IH'iMAS H. MAKIT.
VKarhtlf, J,.n. ?5. I rt.'4. fiit96
Vuluahle Plantation for Sale.
11IIK nbscriher i authnrivd by he laat will
of lit nrj-llnnu-r, 1'i m II the linl ff tin
deceased, bintr rm 'he ai.rtb aide of the ma...
, adkin U.cr, cuntoiuing I64acr ; onc-thinl
of the land ii river bottom, iqual to any on the
Yadkin ; there ii a ir" hotie and barn on tin-
premises, and other ifTesl conven'u ncie. Hie
aubtcriber willcauae the plantatiim, ith ull the
appurtenance thereunto b lonpin(f, to he put
up at Public Auction, on ttie prennae, on ine
2th day of February next t on the following
terma: tliavt tha pbieiutM-r alkali pay doannn
Uie day of hi purchase, five hucdrrd dollars.
and the balance to be paid, one halt in one
year, and the other half in two year. Itond
and aecurity will be required from the purcha
sers, for the payrm iit of the money ; po on
of the bind will be given on the dav of pur.
chaac. JA: nsiIKU,
Executor tf Ueurn lirunei, dii'u.
Feb. 3, 182. , ".litW.
ON Tuesday of our F.-hniary Court, I will
attend at one of Mr. l;iuphter'ii rtKims, for
th purpose of adding all debta and areount"
fuTI nTairauiinhTeltfiT cf the lion. Franns
(.ocke. dee'd. Thoac alio purchased at the
sale, are reminded that their notes are nearly
or about due; and the money on them, as well
as on those on hand at his decease, is expected.
Also .tboseiudiJileLlo Col ,lohn Urandonj
knV may bve tnKpportunrty" or "paying" their
notet on thst duy.
Abw, tboc indebted to nij-lf by book
account, or otrierwiw, are rcjuesteu to make
pajtnent. Thirty days rrnce, and no longer,
ill be eien on aUof the above demands. An
old proverb sec ma applicable to the present
notice : " A stitch in time saves nine." Those
concerned a ill, at a. rale, do w ell to take the
in. 29, 1824. oit93
State of North-Carolina,
R01IKKT U'COMIt, executor of Mary M.
Comb, vi. Jane? K rr: caveat tot will. It
appearing to the aa'.iifaclion of the court, tkjai
Manrart t, daughter tit ttie late Hotiert Mornson,
since inte-rmarrie-d to some ono to Uie court un
knos ti, U'ylie Ilea and Margaret his wife, An
drew M'I.crran and I.ccna his w ife, and James
Johnston, are inhabitants of another stale ; it is
therefore ordered, that publication be made six
weeks in the Wi'sterii-tfrrolinian, that they a
pear at our next court to beheld for the eoiintv
of- MrkLuJiburg, it.tbcjroui t-hiitise in Charlotte,
on the fourth Mondav in FebMary next, and then
and there plead or demur, or judgment will be
entered according to the4 plaiutilfs demand.
By order of court.
Price adv. 1.
State of North-Caroliua,
flOURTof Pleas 'and Ouartcr Sessions, I)e
J cember term, A. I). 1823: Iwrence llau-
ser and John Stubs, administrators of Matthew
Snipes, r. the heirs at law of Matthew Snipes,
, dee'd. It appearing to the satisfaction of the
court that William Moon and FJizahcth his wife,
heirs at law of the said Matthew Snipes, di c'J
arc inhabitants of another State, it is therefore
.firdcKiU t'':it publication-be nmde in lhtf M'cs-
appear at the neil Lwk sLPJftf.,;!!'1. H'AI1'!
Sessions lobe held for the county ol Sttkesoii "tTic
se'coml Monday in Mardwiext, and either plead,
k'liuer or demur to said petition, otherwise the
same w ill be- taken pro confysso, and hard x
parte, Hg-.'.usl tlitni-
itQr MATT. It. MO'lltR, c. i.
r.v.ntufn, Jan. 34, U24. Pne adv. i
fitutc of Knrl!i-('aro!In.if
: righ.a and rnd.t. which wrre of jamt ( H.lt.m,
t jm, . ,1 .,,. j-. ..,, IUfW.
Jaakann, Uycl. Jrk.n, rfrrn J(VauH Fl.
Wind Jackartt, Hlfx krl, ami Het.y hia
wife, Ilmmaa and tirnry hi fc.fr j alo,
Jams llil'on, 1 linina Frrtuh and fluanna hi
if alan, Jamt li, lanny lxi, Abram
loiwe, amel lr, Mary Iawc, Ke'.al, lt
alto, iamrt Plunimer and Mary I'lun.n tn !,
laaae June ami D. iev hit wie. It ai.'.
in the cmirt, that thr d. I.m'.i.U, Jul.n Jmix,
nHmtt Jai kwin, )cht J' kn, tirren Jm k
fin, FhiMii.d JackwHi, Mkfl and hc
eV hit wife, ' I lliHl.aanJ KairfV hit ff,
llti.maa F.fiftn'l an l Kii.iinrlt h a 'if, r. .J
wit of thla stater -w i thrtrfurw vn'rreil, that
tmhUV t!,Hi be p.ata f.ir Ui aliace of ' rik.
I l f'rP) f'l'V :'?.i'!l!vil'tJL,Tj "d Jrh i'f
uk m i mi a;ear, at ti.r nt tmrt H r.iuiiy t
ha liibl fit the cotiiity of Moan, im the aeci.d
Monday afurthr f Mirth Monday In M4rch net',
at Nobbury, and tl-n aiul there plat, miHtr
ordettinrto the hill of complaint, otl.erai th
aaiil hil) will be taken pro coofeao again! them,
and heard ci parte.
Cr.OKCr. I.WKi; r. It at. s.
Price a lv. 1 5-. HV7
State of Norlh-riiroliun,
lOt 'Ht' of I'l. at and Quart r Seasons J'i.
J nary Henion, 1824 Aaron Camp u. I'ran.
cuCoirj orijfhial attachment, lrirdon Uti'li.
It aprii arngt'itlit: aatifaction i4 Ike court, tint
the dcfi-iidant in thi caoc ia not an inhabitant of
thi K'ste, it i therefore orib-red b the court.
that publication be niad m the M esteni Caro
linun fur sit etk, thai the d'fendaut appear
before the Jitireao( our Oast tJiMinlV Court ef
Plra aitd Uuarer heaai.ms to be hoklen for thu
county of ttuthertord, at Uie court hoic in
Kutht rfonlton.on the jtl tlomiav after the -till
Moi.d of Marcn neit, then an. there to plead
to laaur, or demur, or judgment final will be
entered up againat him, and the ittaltcr thcrev.'
detire l aonbngly.
V,ims ISAM Lll,MiM,r,r,
Price adv. 2. it9H
State of Norlh-Carolinn,
STOCKS cot Kl T.
(10LIIT of I'U-a ami (juarter Sesaiont, lie
' cen.be-r ttnn, A. 1. 1823: Jereiiiiah t.ib
viti, i . Milium Tin.mon aixl Nathaniel Tim.
nmn- v nt rxeruliil on .Natt.anirl 1 iiun.n,
ami Judicial attachment iitued v. W ilham I mi.
nions, and returned levied on one tract of land
"i 1 own t"tk. In tlin nv, i'. itordrrid by alio
eour, that pilbhiation he icade in the ttpiim
Cirohnian, for three ee-L aucceatitel), that
the .iid ih f 'iidant M'dlrain 1 imnion, appear at
our ik xt mii f I'lt as aiul l iartir Heaiuoiia
lo !e hi hi lor I'.r county (A Stokes, at the Court
ll'iuw in t rnu.iton, on the aerond Mombty of
Mareh nt it, then and then la li pLy the pro
perly Uu J upon, or pica 1 to iasur, r juJg
incut bv i( fault viM he ei.tirtd apint luin.
it"4 MA I T. It. M)HF, e. c.
termrml-m, J,:. 14, 1823. Prie.- adv 1 25.
State of North-Carolina,
OCDT of 1'U.ai aiwl ().iarr firwi ot, fie-
J cember ttrin, A. I). 18.. i : Jeremiah tiib-
son, i. illiani Tilliaion and Nat!iaricl 1 itn
inoni; writ executed on N. 1 immoiik, and Judi
cial attachment iaaued tf . W m. Tiinnions, return
ed levied on one tract of land on Town Fork.
In this caw, it ia onK red by the court, that pub.
licatioii be made in the Heat-ni Carolinian for
three uriks aureessitely, that the said !ef. ii.
(lant, Wi!liam rimnions, appear at our next
Court of Picas an I Quarter heaaiona, to be held
for the county of Stokes, at the Court Hon in
Cerniaiitnn, on the second Monday of Mstri.li
next, thenaad thereto replevy the property le
vied tipon, or plead to 'usiic, or judgtnt nt by dc-
fntUi v ilLbe entered against lorn. jt94
MATT. l. M(M)RK,r.c.
C.crmanim, Jan. 14, H23. Price adv. gl 25
State of North-Carolina,
C Ol'RT of Plcfaml Clttartef crssirms;-.hh.x
) Oary Term. 1824 : David Hnnlshsw n John
S. M'Curdy ; original attachment, 'evicd'on lands.
It appiar ug to the court thut the dcfend.mt in
thia case ia lint an iiilili'aiit of this Sutc, it i
therefore ordereil, thai pulilicjtion be madu
three month in the M'cate-rn Carolinian, giv ng
notice t i said defendant to appear nt the ii'-et
Court of Pleas and Unajter Sraaioui to b In M
for a..;d county, at the court-liisin. in Co'.cord,
on the third Monday of April next, to reph-iy,
plead, or demur, nthrru ic judgim ni fi will
be entered Ui against him, and execution aaur
ded acrordinglv. Teat: M. lll'N C, c. r. a.
Price advt. g4. iu3
State of North-Carolina,
Ot'Itl' of Pless and Quarter Sessions, Na-
v ember Sessions, 182j : Charles V. I Ion la.
T't. :icl:ard A. M'Hee: Original attachment,
levied in the hands of Paris Alexander, garnishee.
It appear. ng to the court that the defendant ia
this case is not an inhabitant of this State ; it is
urilercd thtit publication bt jnade hix week a in
the Western CarbuTuan, giving orrre -hr the----aid
defendsnt to appear at the next court of
Picas Snd tinartcr Prssinns, to be held for snrd
county, at the court-house in Charlotte, on the
4th Monday in February next, to replevy, plead
to issue, or dtnfhr, otherwise judgment finifl
INAAt, ALtiA AMIt.lt, C.
J'riee ailv. g2. it93
State of TjfoFttyCarolina,
OlTtT of Ph as and Quarter Se-saions, No
vember Sc.ions, 1823: Wilson Allen, V.
Seyrnor Taylor : Original attachment, levied on
negro boy Peter, now .coi.fiued in the public,
jail of Mecklenburg county : It appearing to -the
court that the defendant in this case is not
an inhabitant of Ibis Mute, it is ordi.red that
publication be made for s'u weeks in the Wir.
.trjn trfliniaH prutd.iH SikUsbwry, JNC..giy.
the next Court or leas una tiuarter sessions to
be" beld for said coirhtyvat the eitrt-hemw. in
Cbaiiotte," oil the four.h Monday in February
m-xt, to plead to issue; ri plevy or deniurj-ott.er. -wise
jutigine-lit finul will be, cntci-ed against liuii.
A copy C te-st
1"AAC AI.I''S -IVV.IJ, e.w.r.
J'rite a. 52. i:-H