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krtelf from the "arulcnt Common.
fhelr belief Ii that North Carolina will
1-iJ mutt bivey ler old eonductrct. ft it
whit the 14 g calculator arc tbu too
soling ibemielve hb the Idea of the
lontlnued nrUif of our ?atet the pit
pit have already LroVcn Into atom, and
trampled Into the dust, the yoke by which
tht eld dominion bai held ui In I Hile of
impendence. Virginia may now, W ibe
pleiw, dim North Caroline In tht
presidential election, for the can no longer
lW u. M Poor, degraded North Ciro
7ioe7 on If jbcrUlcmcriCn u
will now think and ct for Uernlf. Tht
VRiSmonaHjfwrnjf calculate 11 tmich
ai they plee the Raleigh Remitter may
let tht Trie a much it p1eae our
reoVre member of congrese may write
letter until their finger crimp it will
ill mil nothing 1 North Carolina it fret J
tht people' ticket will triumph. Wt
now aiwrt It and wt ask every person
who ee thl paragraph, to remember
what wt ay rWA Curoli4 will not volt
for IHlliam It. Cravtfordt The taucui
ticket will bt overwhelmed the people'
ticket will triumph, in at leatt SO out of
63 counties. .......or else wt art no
1 The Legislature of New-York hai fixed
the 12th of April intt. for the day of ad
jouroment, and to meet again in Albany
on the first Tuesday In November next,
for tht entice of Presidential elector.
Tht unpopularity of the pretrnt Gover
nor1 and Lt. Governor hiving Income o
perfectly manifest, in consequence of
their having lent tnemeive to aeteat the
electoral bill, a Caurut wa held by iMr
frimJt for the purpose of nominaiing oth
er candidate for the next election
Chancellor Sawroan ii offered the
Governorship, which he refused. An
other emeu it to be held, when it it tup
posed Yatet and Hoot, the present incum
bent, will be re-oominsted, but ibcjr will
. he rejected by an abused people.
rtTKRSBlRG, APRIL 6.
It U mentioned in a northern paper,
that Mr. Wirt intend resigning the office
of attorney general of the U. S. In which
event, it i aaid Mr. Monroe intends offer
ing it to Mr. Clay. Two of the Kentucky
paper, received yesterdar, corroborate
this rumor. Should it prove correct, it
. will be considered a the virtual withdraw
al of Mr. Clay from the Presidential con
The citizen of Norfolk rounty, in this
itate, friendly to the election of Mr.
Adam to the Pre&ldetwv, havt htd
meeting, and nominated hira to that office,
lt i hinted, that meetings are to be held
in the city of Richmond and the county of
Dinwiddte, for the the ame purpose tb.
A few day ago, the member of the
Bjltimore grand jury, afier discharging
their ordinary duty, agreed to ballot for
a President of the U. S. The result was
for Jackton 14, Adam 7, Crawford 2
The discussion on the Tariff has called
into action ail th mental power of Con
gress. The speeches already made, by
Messrs. P. P. Barbour, Clay and Webster,
re inimitable specimens of their vinous
it ilrt of eloquence, and will entitle the
Eighteenth Congress to a very conspicu
ous rank In the annals of our national
Legislatures. Wathingion Jirfiubtican.
John Taliaferro is elected a Represent
tire in Congress, from the District in
Virginia, lately represented by W. Lee
Internal Improve ment$. The Board for
Internal Improvements "met in this r
on Monday last. Preaent the Governor,
D. Cameron, John D- Hawkins, Joljn
Owetr, - Durant Hatch and--Thoma -Tur
ner, Esqrs. The Cape Fear Navigation
Company having complied with the terms
of the act of last session, the Board agreed
TO SuT:ribe "fdf g75,00aaddltioVal:T6clt
in laid Company, and will commence op
orations on the river below Fayettevtlle,
a soon is the stafe of it will admit.
bcMicxi meeting, of lhe.BoatdjrilLbg
at Fayettevillc, on the 13th of May next
Until which time, the attention of the
Civil Engineer will he wholly directed to
the improvement! making irr the Cape
Fear River below Wilmington, which,
agreeably to the term of the contract,
ire to be Completed by the .approaching
- Mr. Hatch finding it inconvenient to
remain longer a. member of the Board,
pointed his stead Raleigh Heghter.
heen appointed by the President (with the
advicev and consent of the Senate,) to -be
Consul of the United State for the. City
nd Kingdom of Tunis. i
ilut Ninth Orv.ni an rs
Wiinixc a mi I. .
At length, the l aiifT l;d !. Um re
ported la lle House, fioin the comn.hict
of In whole. In the IIoue of Ileprescn
Utivr. 1 hi wt affected br a iltiins? of
seven houra yesterday, duiln which
lime there, tit a good deal of ditcutln,
and a wiclv of amendment ptopoted
some of which luccce fed, n.d other
were rejected. .
Our readen art, however, cautioned
gainst making calculation on tht deel
ion lo tht committee of tht whole, for
they irt all liable to be reversed, and.
considering tht closencs of tome of the
votes cannot safely bt relied upon at la
(Jlcaiivt cif what will ultimate! bt don.
Tht ichr. Klin WU at New.Or
lean from Tamplco oh the 3d Instant,
having on board upwardtof a mllllon'of
dollar, in doubloon a larger cargo of
specie than wat ever before brought into
that port In one vessel. Tht Elita
brought information that pecle lo a large
amount, wat left at Tampico, ready tf
exportation, and destined for New-Or
Letter from Dueno Aver, to the 7th
of January, assert that Mr. Kodney had
recovered hi he db, and had been re
ceived in dje farm y the government of
the country. tw York Patriot.
By Intelligence from Peru to the 26ih
December, it appear that Bolivar hd
proceeded against the usurper Aguero
and that the latter, by mean of an ofheer
who wa a treacherous to him a he him
self wa to the Slate, was delivered as a
prisoner lo the Liberator and hi forces,
4 000 in number, immcdiatly united with
the Congressional array. Thus it civil
wit terminating in Peru ; and thu ipee
dily and succettfully, it is to he hoped,
will be brought to a close :he war with the
mother country, which has been prolong
ed by the dititions heretofore existing
among the native Peruvians. ibid.
We learn by the Philadelphia Gazette
of Wednesday evening, that Mr. Dibiist
Irvine, whu as connected with the Porto
Rico expedition in 1 822, hs tnived at La
(riiayra from ( uracoj. Afier a eon Give
mcnt of sixteen nmntht, he was liberated
bv a direct order from the King of Hot
land, without trial, inasmuch as he had not
either directly or indirectly violated an
Uws of llollaiiu. 1 he several petitions
he made during hi captivity, were, it is
said, unjustly detained by the govern
ment of the isLnd from fer of exposing
themselves to the rlitpleature of their
sovereign. A'. Y. Pat. 3 inar.
Lcuitiana PArttion. There re no le
thin five candidates for the office of Gov
ernor in LouUbna, in the ippoaching
election. Thri are, Messrs. Johnson.
Villcre, Mariny, Thomas, ann Butler.
The Governor it elected for four years,
and ineligible the succeeding term.
The latest returns rendered it very cer
tain that there has been no choice of
Governor in New Hampshire by the Peo
It appears by Dcnerara par1!- or the
20th February, that Smith the Missionary,
who was in ntitnn under sentence of
death, died there before the account of hit
pardon by the Kinc of England, had
reached that island.
The dispute between Governor Lumlry
and the house of assembly of Bermuda
have lately been revived. In conse
quenre of their former distentions, the
(iovcrnor was ordered home lo England
but was sent back. 1 he assembly, on the
I Sth ultimo, passed a series of resold
lions, denouncing u various acts of his
misgovernment," and 44 his attempted in
vasion on the right and privileges or the
Deople." The Governor then aenl for
the members, made a furious speech
against them, and prorogued then to the
first of April. The British Governors of
the colonies, like the proconsuls of an
cicnt Rome, h.Ve generally been famous
for their oppressive exactions and their
tvranny over the colonial vassals ot too
From a document recently laid before
the House of Represent, lives by the Se
tretarr of -Wary-it appears thatthenom
her of (Tanrtir entered aOYct..n)int,cur
ing 1824, was 97 ; the number who com
pleted the regular course of study and in
strudion within that year, 35-a'.l of. whom
received commissions irTlhe a? myTabd
that the whole number discharged, or
permitted to depart, within the -year, .was
53. The number of Ladeis in the insti
tution at present, is 244. JV. Y. Pat.
A forgery ha been recently discovered
on the Hark of England for 20,000. I he
parties absconded with alHhe property.
It it computed, that 8500,000 are an-
sequence of the location "Of Yale College,
and I Seminatiea otTIe'trilile atgSa'tfea,
For the last vicar, there have been'educa
ted, in six or seven school of the higher
clussrabout 350 young ladies, of which
number, about SQO arc from other states.
kiriTnriJ.i.r. rnt:r. .i 1.
0ttU 1.1 1 i d'if, fin', 4 I Mir.ii ,
I, C.I, J frnUl l.uVr,3 I Sit Kt
brtfiit), i 1 ft ) i ii do i"io JJi forn, 4 J q
4J , Lin, 7 a I i TurVl tsUn l, 7J W; r
linKrl( RiiiUrt, Jfl ? IHig", lfliM-otn, 9J
tti I'J I 'i cittrr, tirimi4, gn m, 33 Is 34 1 M aixl
Jl(ility,? 7i lr,t."n, 9,1 3ga ?),,.,.
rtit,7J8(U, Ul!o,(!7t trrti, .Jt :,;,
ri 2 i U 4 tr 1'XJ Ilia, t iff fl. 4 loJpr, 1UU lb.
tiitrcolrr,3 4 minufMturvt, Jt 20 jr. rwt
On Thur.Uy, the U h Inat. by thelle. Dr,
M'Ree, Major t1uUjin Jlm, tit IrtUQ
rotinty, to Min .fa a f. Lk, of Ho in.
On 11iurUy evening, the fiU lt. by John
lurtjGll, Crrf Unfair. I'tq. to
CtUm Bfuitg, all of IJrx-ola tmfaf, S. C,
rplllT aubaeriber rnpecifully infofms bit
a. tneMi am tho wilihc rtnrrallr, dial lie La
Juat rrrcWed tht la'ral faahiim from lMnbm, by
. Ml 'I I L. .l t .1 ' ! ' '
-l- i . t ' - l
way oi ruiwiripnia. uniirmeiv in tins iciii.
ty, anJ tlif nljernf CMintry, k latiing faahiana
bl ckiibe matlf, ran now b accommolatcd by
the aubacriber on a short notice. Alt ortlm
from diatanc, for nuking any kind of gtntlf
nn'a frm n(, will b punetmlly and nprili.
ImjIv tsrculrd, aiw! forwarded is-conling to
di rr dioni. Orntb mrn ir invited to riv tha
uWriWr'a Ju p a fair trial tbv will then b
better able to jule wkrtUr he deserve their
pstronaf or nut.
THOMAS V. CsN'OV.
SatUby, .Ipril 19. IK4. tJ2
Gi for Haltv
flu. he wild, at fmMie and inn, at tip
Court'Hie in ali4Mirv, on tht 2h of
May (it being m the 1 htirwlay of Kon Way
court.) in elrirant f,g and llarneaa, (tlie p)llr
esceptedjJhrlimjiiMf to the eatate if lr, Alrs-
anoer ihmi, dec u ine nioiiilucmli' will De
given, the p'lrrba'M-e (fivinif bmw) r4 -ruriv.
XAMUt.L .vffTr, r.mui.
Kstateof Fmlcrick AVilluItn.
THOSE perwma holiavf demarwla againct
Ue estate i4 Kr'lcric Willi. Im, dee'd
are reiiealed lo preaent thirst to the ailniinia
trstor, on or before tht tatntteth ilav of Mav
next, legally authenticated. iVne imlebted,
are reijucated to make immlia'.e nav.rient.
J. W. WAL1(S,injflror.
.Ipril 10, 1824. S.t'4
A small Mutake!
Dt'HlNT. the eek of Kao .l;.r;i .Superior
CiHirt, my jrrril-cmt at, Ukrn from Mr.
John Hoaanraandanrrfherlt-ftiaiUtti-a L Mine
was of i lij;ht drab calor, Urge aingk- rape, red
lining, i i'rie pocket in each kreaat, ami the ends
of the cnfTt a little worn off: the c at left is a
drab, aim red lining, and hadaomr oM velvet
on lite collar mine bad none. Now 1 ahould
not rompliun, did not the coat left mi.-n to be
a rreul drtil more worn than my o n. Whoev.
er baa male the mi it ike, will praae trap back
a rain, at Mr. Howard's, or Mv Other convenient
place for me. JQUlLlti CUr.SIIIHE.
Itrman, .Ipril 9, 1824. 3.t'4.
BY virtue of sundry exeeutisns to me direr,
ted and delivered, I sluJi ipoae to public
sJe, for cmh, at the court-home in Palithnnr, on
tht 17th day of Mav, (being the Monday of Itow
an county court.) the following described prop
Tliree lota, with about n'mt acrea wootland
joining, in trie town or Bauaoury, on wiucn
are larjre improvemema.
Alao, s plantation on CoddU Creek, adjoining
Hugh Itraley, Ksq. eontainhr two hondred
and aixtv acrea. 1
Alao, fifty-two and one ludT acre, part of a
tract on which Mrs. Savage Sow lives.
Alao, about three hundred acrea, adjoining
the estate of William 6. Cowan, dee'd. near to
Second creek, in two tract
Alao, seven Negroes, all young but one.
SMl'KL JONES, Sh-nf.
Sa'itbvry, .tp-it 1824. : -lit'4
iLinn nunrt stoiu:.
CharUiltn, S. C. X: 3f, A7w..Vrrr.
CJMITH k ROllHINS hav jint received, and
I. 7 are now 001-111111;, 330 r.iCk.l(.t., con
muting of 1 general and choice aawvrtment of
... t n II ..1 11
inrmingnsm ana sncmeia nsraware 1 aim nave
also, in More,
Smith tools and Bellows, Steel
Genuine Whittemore cotton and wool Cards
Vices, Anvils, Lead
Patent and Carolina Hoes
American & Rngfikli mill snd cross cut Saws
German and e. a. hand Saws
Hand and mill Saw filet
Hasps, common and patent Curry-combs
German, English and American Scythes
Wire and Hair Sieves
Cut and wrought Nails
Hook, plate and raised Hinges
Swinr and toilet 'Glasses, Brushes,
and every other article. -in- their .line 4.. which
they will sell on the most accommodiiting terns.
Prices, those of New-York and Philadelphia.
Country Merchants are particularly invittJ to
eall. - ----- --Jk03--
Jlfart 1, 1824.
1 BENEZEH DICKSON, Shoemaker, wislics
A hit friends, and every bodv else, to know
that he haa removeJTnto a nev tKtis lewvaMi
nearer to the court-house than his old stand, and
almost immediately opposite the Bank, on Alain
I have now on hand.' and intend keeping, a
supply of the very best of LTJTTHERi snd at
I shall make it a point to employ nrst rate work
men, my friends and the pubic may depend up.
on getting as good work executed in my shop,
in the line of ShoemaHpg, sS ever was done in
the town of Salisbury, or in the State. I not
boota and shoes as ar.y body else, but I further
eovenane with all who may thed tb sumiliineif
CHEAP, and, pcrliapt, a hm jumper, tnm my
brother chip. V
.VarcA 2, 1324. ; 94
, ' Fulton .Tiir'njiilc Tlornl.
IN Jiutrior i an 1 U tl.t tU hir Awm.
hljruf NorlU Carotins, awij at 1Ut iKt,, lt.
?,. ily t4 l-trmlrr, I Nil, aitW.n,(f th
making 1 1 urii,.k Uua.1 from Alirr,l!., , (lit
Harm airings tiiltia Trtnr lata, an) to
ebariif a romjany rif tuat ptirjiMe. W lli
un.!rrriitr(i anltar rilifrt, CommlMtiNirrt iimhu.
ti4 f aawl art, la hnthy Etvt public not,
tint Unik are iww open at Athevillr, fif the
nxN nf rrivinr (itrnptifm fir atrx k in
taul Hi't, hwlibiMklilllNF krt)t la tl. han.lt
of r. ftwaln, wher ill thiM wdo a j)i
to bt-eom Mot ktiotlcrt it i.Uaao IPIilv.
1b ntilily t4 rnakinr this KimuI, it m pre.
m, U 0 J.viiHJi to ill, that H it unnecraury
t y any thing mi Im aubjret i arxl m tUr
om he ntaduulM that thr atoti will be ll moat
JviirfifttNM, perhaps, of my in tl, ustr, H 1
lu-Mv prtauinabla it till l ajiroiilv takrn up,
It nid, tlicrtfotc. La well fur tf4 vtl.o U
Ueonic IntercatiNl, to mkt a ipredv appliration,
a IM nook will M C low it. iihJ tn rompinv
atffaanaa. aa. auoa.aa uie .anxnuiUul tillf tn
. thuuaMul dollars la aubacnUril uf Inch aim,
Utcrc U alrea!v five thtmaaml taken bv the atate
I ' -a,t AU. A .3
ur.it. IvVAIN, )
JAMKS PAT1 ON. Cnml-inrt.
llotiHC uf Kntcrtnintnent
fill IE atbacribr infurma hU fiierula
p?Tg I aixl the public in grnrral, that be
I'-ltJUiat Oinrned a . f i'jilrHitinmrnl in
tha loan of Concord, a few rwla ami'li-eitl (f
he ennr4tiae i where, uttremilted atten
lion, and a deaire to plcaae, he hop s lo merit a
Jure of public palruitazr. JHianlinr can he
had on rtaaunablc Irrtna, by the week or yesr.
JAWr.H II. CI.AItK.
N. D. lie has alio received, a Urge and cle
gait au.nment uf new OUs.
,, I, Mirtk 4. 1824. 96
haa very recently received
from I'hiladi Iphia, an ataoilmrnt of
thy (itU, Cutlery, and
Jlarti-H arr, jHrnrtliri
which, with tht assortment he eipectt to re
teive in a abort time, ill enable him lo tell at
aaiiafActur' prices. Hie public are rt ertfully
invited to call, ami tl.1iT.111r tor llirnnrlvea.
SaU,burf, Jr. 16, lip. 70
The Coppemmitbing, and Tin Plate biu'nraa.
heretokire tranM-tel bv I). Creaa, sen. Mill in
future bi- conducted by nir, sit the ame plare
Those who favor me with tbeii-cuatoin, niay de-
priil on haviM)r tbrir work done wa it la neitrx .
durability and '.( utcli. t.DW I). fllKSH.
Ill AVE declined aitini,' a a partner widi Jului
Murjiby, in t'ir mercantile business in t.'on
tord, itb biai-oiiM-iit, and bare rrbmuikbed all
claims to any iwrt or portion of the profits of
Hie cone, rn of Murphy ft Kutton. 9!1
Muni, 2- 1:. ' NATH'L. St'T'l ON.
sXcw Slorc, u ConcorA.
rllE subscriber baa formed s Coparlnembip
1 with William Brown, in the lurrcui.tile
buHinrst, a ContorJ, CaSamis cniMv, North-
Carolina, umler the. firm of Murphy U Hrw
where l.iey .re openig a fresh assortment of
Dry Goods, Cutlery and Hardware,
selected with muc.i rare, in Philadelphia snd
Sew-Vork, and hviighl on the best temm. lliey
design to continue the buainnw at Concord fur
aome years 1 ami as Mr. Murphy will visit the
northern cities annualli, to prucurc i.li,,
tbrir aatortnit-nt a ill be rcncrsl. and will be
dMpnsrd-TTf-it fair prirct 'for rah, or on rrfdl
to punctual rtiatoiiu-rs. Their frien-U and the
publir generally, are n aprrtfully invit, d to ca!,
examine qualitici, hear prices, and judpe foe
tiiemtelvcs. JOHN MLHI'IIV.
Hat also, at bis store in Salisburr, a large
atiortment of GOODS, to suit ritizena, t jwn and
country people ; to be disposed of unuxuatl) low
fur eaahy-wr twntry pisdujj
raillb miliscnlier begt leave to
1. ersteful arknowltdirmrnti to
and the public, for he very liberal patronajje be
hat received in his line ot business i and informs
them, that he hat procured a number of work
men from Philadelphia and New-York, which
tnablet him to ninth work in a style rarely seen
in the western part of the state. He also lias
a continual supply of materials of the best ual
ity and moat faaliionuble patterns, lie iutiiula
keeping constantly on hand, at reduced prices
tor cm!i only, NiUm's Stick and I'aiinel Gips
Chariotert, t'oachees, Ijindaut, Ph.Ttnnt, Ba
rouche, Ijindaulets, Caravan, and Mail Stagra,
of a tuprriur contitniction. Itcpairt done at the
shortest no'ii;, and in the brat manner. Orders
from a distuuee thankfully received, and punc
tually attended to. J. ti. MOItbE.
CharlMe, Mmth 1, 1824. 96
THE WELL KNOWN JACK,
i Murphev, will stand the
on the 10th of March, and
ending on the 15th of' August) at my stable on
8unr Creek, seven miles south-west from Char
lotte i and will be let to mares at tliree dollars
the sinele leap, cash it the time of service ; five
dotterrthe season, pavable-l 5th Ortober neH
ana iu ooimrs to insure a mare wun iihii, wiucu
J V 1-11 . . . ... f 1 I ' 1
will be considered due whenever it it ascertained
that the mare is with foal, or the property
1 o those acquainted with PaTlinx, and hare
raited mules from him, it would be utelets to
add any thing more t iniTice to it ate, he it a
ture foal-getter, and his mules are large and
likelr. Great care will be taken, but will not
be liable for accidents or xacapet.
February 25.1824 8it'03
Jjots in Lincolntoli.
9 WenVeHhewe -isf ti numbeif lata in 'Hn I.
colnton, N. C. and will contimie from day to day
till finished." Term, a credit of twelve ir.ontlw
upon bonds with approved security. 3it'3
.ipril 1, 1324. BY COMMlSSIOM-.nS.
lit fiATntOAV'S MAIL
A Caucus lufitif ht menibtrs of the Nw.
Totk Ikidaturt, ia ivwnirvalrd ('id, JTanlvW
Yuf 11 candidate fur Governor, in oppow
lion U dot, Yofrs, lU prtarnt iMumbent of (Uf
olT.re, I1.is rtjrt.tlon kA tUt, Vstes it 1 Ju.
tunse-j-ieivt of kit J Piital inl tquivocstinf
conduct, U relation to th rJrrtirJ bdl,
ih'n iiTair (a ttid la bt a drislvt ttpretsMm '
aga'iiiit the raucus candidal fuf Prt ih at. It
it aid Col. Young fivor Mr. Clsj'i preUnsiona
to the I'rcaUaitry, .
Up,!,4f,mmt J fal.tU till, ucb M
beea btfor the Hcna.it of ibt t'nilej 4lsei fur
auiM time.'U) JoCli'TnipKfiiinrrit- f. del', "
(tasted that body on ll,p Vb Inst, by a vote of
74 to 19. The National 1ittcltihtiKer seems to
be " prtttf f Of.fi.rcitTtna'.ltitw psTur ttouisj
. tasatiaTtt, irsii'lO.
Cotton tsgf Inr, t.rime, 41 Inch, 73 a 24 1 eot.
ton, tea-isUhd, lb. V0 a 2 J 1 do. upland ntw, i
a IS 1 kantee, 19 a 21 1 roflce, llavanns green,
best 72 1 inferior, 20 1 com, prime, ptrbutttl,
37 a 31 1 flour, barrel, fresh, fM.
NofthCandins state hank bills, 4 per rent,
dit. 1 (ieorjfia do, 3 a 34 tn t do. 1 bill on Net .
York, Philadelphia ird lloati.n, ii davs tight,
I per cetit. dist. ; wJ d)a, J percent, ditt. lu
dav s, par.
C'tn11ie last week frsnsacthmt In I'p
lands were not larger than usual, ami prices ire
airatly. Confidence U, however, atrting in the
article, and there it not a prwpett if a lUclii.e,
nor do we believe' much probability of an ad
Vance, Cfj Lcuttt,
A whale about thirty feet long came
into New Haven harbor, on Sunday, and
remained sporting ind tpouling klxiul dur
ing the election on Monday. 1 he New
Haven p-.jra intimate that bis Whaleship
was giving lecture in the art ot speaking,
to some of their young bar room politi
cian!. Hie communication from the Grand Jury of
Davidson county, came too tilt fur insertion
thit week t it shall have a conrpicuout place in
our ne it.
Last Notice !
THE eteri;tort of P. Cms, aen. d. c'd. mr
the second ami last time, give node- to all
those imlebted to the estate, either by t"tu
or lMik (urriMint, to come furaanl and make
pron.pt payment, arunt the 5di day uf 'y.
oth rwise they will he placed iu the haixla of
the Sbend for collection.
JOSHI A GAY,
Til 4 llsrtul'irt.
Persons bavin rhimt ara'nst the estate, wil
do us s favur by railing lor settlement.
.VarrA 17, 1824. tUrmltn.
TIIE M'KIJ, KNOWN JACK,
TATEI-Y owned in South
i Carolina, will stand at our
stable, one mile and a half
from Concord, North Carolina,
every day in the week, Huntl) ctceptcd, thro',
out the season ; the aeaaon to commence the
1st of March, ami end the 2tth of July.
IMtf in will be let to mares at 10 ilollsrt the
aeaon fbut ma be diachanred with K if paid
fulrhln rhraiir,7"JTlntrart rhr-iingtelrirti-fttr
S paid down.) and 15 dollars to insure, the
insurance money to be paid alien Hit mare is
discovered to be with foal, or is parted with by
the person putt'mr. her. Particular care will bo
taken of marcs let), in preventing accident, kc.
finK Jan. 23, 1824. Mi
S.ILIHBUHT, XrtHTll.CJHOLLY.t, Br
"T HO respectfully infurma the pub.
V v lie, snd. his fneiMbi, that ho lint
takrn the extensive ami elrrant eatub.
imeut, aituated at the north romcr of the
Court-Ilciiae, (lately occupied by Mr. James
lluie.) Hie convenience of this ntuatiun for
business, is equal to any i-i tht place. Ibt
House contains a number of private rooms, well
calculated for the, accommodation of I'ravrUrr
and Ucianli-rs i the M aide i are rifiial, if not tu
oerior. to anv in the nlacc. and attended to by
obliging and attentive IIortlersi hit table and
bar, will be supplied w ith tht best the n arket
a (lords and the rrgdat ioni of bit House, asich
at be hopes will give entire satisfaction to thott
a ho may think proper to call on him : and he
aaturei them, that no paint shall be tparcd to
render their ttav comfortable tnd picking.
enrwary 24, j824. 95
Wholesale HAT Store,
279 Af Sirttt, tppMiU-the JIa-chaiU't. Jlutel
AYUAvmut & fttvxTT,
OFFEH to the public a general assortment
or Tt,"2hd, alidad "quality black Slid drab
oval, bell and high crowns ami cortes shsped,
wide and narrow, brims, late fashions.
Also, Castor Hats, ditto; men's and youth's
fint Uoiww-diUottafrantrd tilnatit-walgr proof
men's and youtli'i Koram Hats, of an iuft nor
quality. AH of which they m arrant of their
Mcu'i and boy'i roarte, fine and very fine
black and drab wind Halt) morocco capt, from
Phi'adelphia and N.-w-York t Hatter s Trim-
mines, Cow String!, and finishes, S.c. &c. low
Charhtton, .ipril, 1824. l.TiM2
r. No t'ltn t;lira!
CALL peremptorily on tliote indebted to
patience -to be a quality of the mind, thtt it not
much improved bv the errir thrirqf,.,..,,,,!
May, I hope I shall not be comix lied tu expose
those who arse dikpwed to profit by itut.lAm'i.
Yerbim lat. J. TOKKENCK.
.Um eA, 1824. - JilvJ