North Carolina Newspapers

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Adve rtiamenti ill bt Inserted it fifty cent
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rmt fur eatfi auiaquni bni,
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.Martin Y. llmtt, 71iawv
A OOP ri thli lan uf iiif rroing tbe citiitn
of Sahabury, and in vicinity, In fttxral,
that b ha commenced tht
tin part of Jobo t'ltman't bona, situated In
.Hariet "trret, a lev duon from tM ua corner
AU.pertontUidehitd to AW wnJf Tomw,
u Guardian of ,1. MarAa, Irt requested
to mit forward and make immrtli psymrpt.
!,.-" t-th 1 t A. 3. Vorra at
L- L I- . ' 11. .. . .
as mw wmi f Kif,Tir IrXaMiaJl, krWl
Jerrnbwd u collect hit anoney, or have )t arCored
by c trt ,M. Afciiml.r Tumnct a au,
tbortaed to tettle tnf krcMinla mmjm Tk
ajuounli.jjiy.ikbu du tk taNrrWr.dartnf
inw tn lorre montna, ami tn note, till b kft
in im, M (rtnt fur n. durW tint time '
1 M ii tbt Ut rtH tl.u via mJfl , rxl t
01 mi!! to, m tmwr iU nuke th; nrit.
11824. VT A. i, WOHkK.
; ' State of North-Carolina,
MfcCOtH COCNTT
SITEBTAtt Court of U, April term, It?4.
David l!UlM-k. . Ninr HUL-V .
A divorce. It ipntHnr to Dm- t'xfiu't ioi ef
m MMrt, that .ncy Hfcik, .e dfnlit, m
Ilntcrtninmcr. .
p Urn MfKt', ti' -i,tl,i mrtWI
I. of lili.rviiiir hi Cnr M jimt tb
Ji!J,' fMiblrf- at Urj;. tht la i j Atwh
rjiiri( bit tx'Mi, iu1 hH v J j 4
ftri rsic my W lor th KOioUMnn . .
to. aM tSf othrrt bo tny M to fM
M ''if; . Mi IIoum la In IriJjtii tuunij, urn
n.in rond Iridihf frwi Hl'iAvy to Hlcm,
by Uiir-jton, lie. twrNe liib-f from bJt.n,
nrlrwn'ltlfiipoitr nJ tW'Mvfour from
iMOifbHry, CkiI mrn tnvllf from umlb to
"ortli, or frd nrtli lo Kxith, r invited tu call,
f evrry conrtnirftr of prM'imrita (oa-thriu-x-lri
a, fred for tbfr bonrt. It. will b kfTordcd
thm i r in to rnrrnjioiiJ dtb t hr rnrml re.
durd prtf t of proi U iwnt n otber nrrpMarira,
Itovi mm n. Jm 1, li;4 13U2l
tand and Ncrti'S, for Sale.'
'IMfl; tubai riHrr, wisUifrto nrt'lc lut biiai.
1 br, ofltrt fur talc on motlen'r t rma. a
tract (if land fcliwininr vie town f lil)nrv.
I of Uif Conrt-Huuae latere l. b pHparol d , " M ii'habiiant of Uilt Hae, it m tltrrtlorr enntaininf b aunty, C aem j pan of allied
wrgrrwi or rmiri, u ni pitMicalwn be niade W NUM1 eoverM a-ifh Rfif.imbi-r.airfl bHii rinir.
tbr Wratem Cahlii.ian f t tlnre wrrls that rn """' f eirrflr nt mradi ground i the
ui.Hm the ik-frwiaiit apprirat tb nrif Hiipr. balance la clearrd aivl ndrr cultivation. Oan,
b bppr to arcommdtf air rnt'lciucn
ho are (lnKje J patrott bint in tut line of
iMiatneai, in tiia ncattat and m4 fUiimiabl
llyU, ot to plrme fancy,. He lat'en hi7cll,
from Ii'm lunr tipcrlence, tbat tKew arr but
lev, aay, in lL country, tbat can eurpa. bim '
mm rat aicaB ntciau,
, Bui kfijrham, rrinc lulward A CW.lJ
ian.i, aiMi Cwoonarahh of Virii.'-a,
leltoCltliena, rriend, and free
holder J A rfturrenc of tb aamk mln
fol cHieHMJ lHuf drwve "mt" riom inv povtV
aomr io year. ro, iKain compel! rot
to tK luriougn j for I cannot conuM
totonkldermyaclfio tht lfht of adcMil
cr.T Dut no coniidertlon whatever could
bv indurcd mt to leave Vaabin(ton, in
long ai thado of doubt hung over the
trtniicitoni of the trtttury j whlh I
(amtn otberi) appointed to invritigaic.
It Mat at my intunre, and not without
tonlrrable reitin( on I be part of a
mjri" of the committee, tbat the See
rrlah t.ad the opportunity given him, to
file )iia aniwer to the accuMtion ol Mr.
Udird. I wit aatitflrd lhat iuitice to
m tmuh to call Conf htin, I make
n bumble if nder f rhy Mnlcea. I bav
lived and bop to die frrrhnUrr, and
vpeft I loae that illalfoctian, 1 thall 00
bnirer bave ant motive to la prodof be
ing yawi lMhiwi ,
joiim itANmt.ni ornrv.it: ;
In tLe eaeUion of hie wrk. 4 fair triad it all ; ntxl "d Uirre tn pb ad anewrr or drnmr
le aaka, to prove the ahwe aaicrtion. Ilie
l! .Jw. . '". ,tW .'" I-'Jnty,' tract. lv,,W.lH,ttbree.nd a halt .,,!, tJ f0re to be ptirvuen. at tbr
'"r'V" time that it wouM eitite .ht bu
at tb t'iiiii.liH,- in Ijnmlnton, on lU fuiirfb
noma nc r n. t unn M.mmUv of Keptrmbrr
Chanrri of ftahknt (tiall bv at riot I alteded to.
to tlx aid p tituin.lt will be taken pro cunfi-tao.
a a i.ri t pa-i. v itnrM. Lawaon llpi.,lrr.
7 110 rriecifullv infumii the pub
1 t.i br -Wb tear nf liwi nei.d nr ill
tnr i siata. LAW 'A. II tM Hit SON
Pnrr al. ftl 2J j
a be baa left ewrmpofident fct tbo Pi.Uitl of' " e fk "d court, U Ijnonlnton, the 4S
Columbia, ( wht be f-m) bu fc ml Wo i Hr the 4b Monday of March, 1824,
b"n ',! t tiiMi- rilir j;.i,
l.c 'J, ."flf WfStr a't.iitin to (xiviiirw, io r.
C-ive a liberal ahare of rxihl pa roiix', hr
ia determined iKi'hinr ia!l be lift und ,iic to
remler Krnend aaiiifWin.
Sm,iry, .Vo9 i, IH24. 206
Mansion Ilottl,
LIIJSnUfir, X0kTf.C.U(il.L'.1, BY
r.nWAKI) VAHBUOLtill:
State of North-Carolina,
kTCKV.t rOl'KTV.
(lOftl r ,f rwly. April trrn., 1824. Waa.
J brtb Williaoarm. by hrr nrit fncmL lb
Km rii blrrta, it. Htbrrt VI Mianifcwi, Rid oth.
era: o-.,f-i,al bill, for alt'monv, tr. Ilif cMirt
briny aati.fird that the drfemUt, U4-t Wil.
. ,lwlr wiiinn in1" nnirvol 'Hit
. . t , ' " in-- Mini Ul 'lilt
be, and b.a fnrnds tbat be haa .U.r, it tl.rrrfore ordeml, that i,.lir,.ior. be '
and Ike cwnvrnk s tn tlve mill, of I'rtrr liar,
rinfrr, anirl Verblr, and Jacob KiJirr.
A byi, a ncfro boy, about eurbt fra of ac.
aixj mt utter about an i an riccllcw tir
on and l,arrva, for 4 borae i aUs another aajf.
on, which baa been torn hat aarJ. A furtbrr
ilrarnpiion of the above property k WacJ
uiiiiTt.iry, m iU.m i.lin (g , Aac, anay
Call at any time ami jililfc for tbrirfrlvm.
for tenna, at ply to the aibwlv in ftalie-
Jry JMN BlvUli.aen,
.Wi.iry, Mi9 12, 1824. I Git'IO
N. B. Part of I Ik above 694 acHlrc n Town
i .ota.
Fnm 'hiUiirlf'Uii.
P'lR anbarrilifr rr.'MTtfullv
frirnd. ani! 'h.- pnhlic rrncrt
taken the eiteoaivc and etexant erab- n ib- (. . x crka a eert-ively, .n the V e.'rm j" received -l.r la.crt fad, i n. fr.;
of Mul Vlplua. Gcmlc-mri
. aaa aaanc Hmiil iwnwr VI UK. 1 IUH. Ifllin. Ilittl Ih.laaa k. .1 -
. a . . a.a ' "a BV lUIITir all IPC nCI
h' , 'TT W ' occ"IT,1 Dr J""-- f Kity lo be Imblri. for lb. o-n,tv of . '- a.!j-ci n! ciH,p.rS
- ... ..... .nUaii (ur aioai a, at ti.e riMirt-houar in (rf-manton, pn
bunncaa, ia equal. to any P the place. Ihrltbe tiniHh Moa-Uy after the fonrih VlomUln
..,... ,.,-r u, pri.aie rooma, wril ptrn.hr r licit, and Dlca.l. ai.aarr or d, irmr in
caK'"UeJ fir tbc accommodation of I ravelli ra
and Roanlcra i the Slablrt are equal, if not an.
prnor, to anv in the place, and attiulrd to by
oMijfiiir; and attentive Hoatlcrtt hia table and
bar, i be aupphrd ai'li tbr brat the market
afl'.nl.i and the rrgulat mm of I. Mouae, audi
a Tirlibpea wiTI five entirf atiaftt"on to t bote ',
who may think proper to call on him : and he
aaaurte tbrm, that no pain .lull be aparwd to
vvndrr their atav cnir.forUule and pltaiiv. 1
Wmry24, la.U. V6
.1... L I. .L ii I . .
ii.v urn, iiiq aanie win lie taarn pro conlrtao mi t'i
them, and the cause be art dun for bearing' el
parte. Copy from the n.inutra.
le.t: JOHN C. BU M, r. m. t.
Price adv. R.'. 6iM2
State of Norlh-Carolina.
, C ftlMftRUS COrntTY.
piOl RT of I'le .a and Quart, r Sci
V7 Ter
VholSft. HAT Store,
779 17itr'.V rrr, ififte the MrrtKir. HutH
iona, April
mi, 1824: t'alen H. Alrxandrr.
Jan ca lickrna; original attachment, levird on
I hI fce. It appcarti.K o court rtiat the
eJefrmUnt in thia cae U not an inhabitant of
tbia a'ate, it ia th. rrf-irr nnlm-it. thai mik Vi.
1 1 on be u ade three n.ontha in the If Vt'em for.
OFFEB totne public a pr-n.ral aortmeM i V.L " V.f ' ,r',7,,(' O'-ientiant to appear,
.j tmt o.i ....in 1.. li l . . . at the next l.ourt of fleaa and Ona- Kofe.ii.n.
" ;,S 'lK Wia ar" I to b, held f.,r aaid etninty. at the crt-houae "in "c,i" rf " " "
""'" "i i.o..cnrd, on the third Monday of Julv n xt, to
oral, bell and l.ith croa na, and enrta alianed. ' lrri!"',.v pbad,r demur, otherwiar Judirment
!.l 1 . . . . 1 ' I A... I .11 I J . . . . . . ..
wme ami narrow Dnma, laie u.nioin. i - .mo aiainn mm, anc execution
AIo, Caator tla'a, ditto; m.-n'a ikI youth'al rocd acc.jn!n1(ly.
'tr : UA.MLL UULEJIAN. C. C. C.
Price adv. H'16
i. forma hia
, i bat he baa
I ondoti, by
it H.a mm.
t y fakhioiia-
imi latc.l by
K onhra
.1 "i-f ifrntlc
j 1 J ripedi.
i'inlin(f to
in pve the
then be
o.r uii nr ntaat , ran new ur .in b
the Mihvi.'.er on a abort noii i
from a ili.'anrr, for inalt nt anv
men's arn.enla, w.ll be punt-Mull
liousiy rxecutr't, and furwjrdi I
dirrc'Kina C nil. m n are invi',
auhvribr. slu.p a fair trah thn
brt'rr able to juibe abrllu-r hr '.nu their
pamuiajrr oriMM , - IH'MA9 V, SOS.
AnA.fti.-jf, .Ipril 9, 18J4. i2.
Storu-IIoiHt' at Moclsville,
TO T.
fpilE aubarriber iahrs lo r at tlm followin(f
I property, during mr rar. r 0r I'm of
yeara, to wit ; A lot at Mix kiv,Ue. ttowan coun
ty, on which a tpaciitia atorc-hon", a ih a (food
cellar, and a larjr- twotory bwae, divided into
convenient rid nacful apartmrnfl, are erected.
.Wocknnt'e ia near about in the rei.tre of that
Aathat
part of country, both aa to fertility of soil and
pormiatinn, ia not infrrior any,
fine Itoram ditto, warranted elastic wator tinnf:
men' and Tnuth'a V iram 'Uts, of an mf rinr
quality. All of which tbey h arrant of their
own manufacture.
M.-n'a and boy 'a coarac. fine and rrr fine
blck al drab wool UU; morocco capa, Inm'
Philailclphia and Nea.Tork i Haiti r' Trim-
tninp, Bow Stnnga, and Brushes, t.c. kc. low
for cdi.
CWVtrf, J;mt, 1 824. 1 3it 1 3
'IT.lC Ivjh'criber baa very rcceiuly rcccitcd
I from l'iiiladelplua, an assortment ol
ry Cotih, Cttllny, and
UnnLiTiVf, Domritici
which, with the ataortmcnt be expect to re
ceive in a abort time, will enable him to aril at
aaiidactory pricca. The public arr respectfully
invited lo dill, and examine for themaelvea.
KDWARU CHESS.
SaUtbury, Mg. 16, 1823. 70
State of North-Carolina,
li.Rra covhtt-
rIOT'UTof fleaa and Quarter Scaaiona, May
1 T. rn., 1324 : Jumea Irwin w. John M'Cord';
oi iyinal attarhment, U?vied on two tracta of land.
It appeaiinjr to the court that the defendant
bvea out of this atate, it ia tbercfore ordered,'
ma puoncatum be made for three montha in the
ia notlnf. rfor anv, a nrofitaJile
rilt mijfht be anticipated from a mercantile I all vra' Hot as it oueht lobe.
ctUDlislimcnt at iliat place. Centlemen ia that
buaincaa, and uy'i'iig a situation, are invited to
call and view th premise, and juds'e for them,
aelvee. ELIZABETH M. PKASON.
MockniVt, Mat, 22, 1S24. 0
Coach Making.
ririP. aubacriber bejra leave to return hia
1 patcful acknoU dements to hia frienda
and the p'iblic, for the very liberal pitroiiagc he
baa received in hia line of buainesa ; and ii forms
them, that he ha procured a number of work
.? the V ZZ cort to be held for the coun- K"' " V? "
ty of H-;ika, at the court-house in Wilkeaboro', 'h ' rn P"."' t,he. ' ,,",c. "
on the firat Mondav in Auptrt next, and rrplev, c"". m'u ' "T ? f T' ' n'" '
and plead to iawue or indtment w Ube Wered V M" p. t,ns. He intends
.Kaii bim for plantifr'a demand. iflSr )'C" l hr reduced pneea
.r, . D i.i..... i ior caau on
ii; i. ainii 1 1(, C. W. I. C. j
Conpersmithinff.
The roppera riitltinir. and Tin Phile bnsinra ' .
i. r : . .t ::: t'
i.rrr oiore iranaacn-d Dy n. creta, acn. will n
future be conducted b- me, at the same piace.
Thoar who favor me with their custom, mav de.
pind on bavinjr their work done w ith neatm-aa,
durability and deviatch. t'.DWn. CIIF.SS.
Dissolution.
State of North-Carolina,
A8H P. COUKTY
MORT1IS DAKP.R, v$. Alexander Johnson,
and .lamea Raker. Sen. it alia : rig-inal
bill in Kquitv. Whrrcaa, it appt auto the atia
faction of tbia court, that Holly fUker, relict of
erenuah Baker, dee'd. Jamea B iker, keiihen
I'aker, Lucy Ann Huker, Seeberrv Baker, Nan
cy Huker, and Jeremmh Bakrr, infs
at law of the aforeaaid Jercmiab
ii, nuiaica, Mica anil ramici I .lira,
Chariotera, (?oacbtta, Ijuidau. Hlmiona, Ha
rouihes, Landaulets, Caravan, ami Vtail btagea,
of a superior coiixtruction Kt-paira done at the
ahortt si notice, and in the beat n aimer. Orders
from a distance thankfully received, and punc
tmdly attended to. J. G. UtUtsF..
fWfotte, .luc 1. 1824. 96
Coach Milking.
v Hater, Nan- rpnF. subset iber oflera hia sen tec to the pub.
ranta ai d be ira.j J 1C in ,hl. ,bove line, and flatter hiinarlf.
Baker, ted., , fro, ,,g experience and readv application for
aineaa, and abridge the labor of the Com
miifce. If the Secretary conduct wa
defcnMble, who could male that defence
o properly ai tot party arcuved f If nth
erwKe, it Vaa hi eh time tbat he ihould
be dia-nivsed from a atalion of wbich hr
waa unworthy.
I cuiifeaa, that I wh not without some
misgiving, that all waa no! right. Hold
ji'K myaelf aloof from the intrigue and
intriuuert of Waabine'.on, I had rem.ined
a passive apettator of ihe acene, tuih i
I hope never aain to witneat. Not that
waa without a alight, a very alight pre
ference in the choice of the evil ut
mined to ui for our acceptance. I incli
tied toward Mr. Crawfoid for some tea-
aona which were private and personal.
no with which it ia uiniecevwry to
rouble you but chit fly, Ucauae you
prcfertrd him to his compriiton, and be
cause if he i elected be would, in a man
ner, be ctnu clltd to throw himself into
the hands of the least unsound of (he po
lineal panic of tbc country t that he
would by the force of circumauncea be
constrained to act with ua (the people)
wbiht rival candidate would by the tame
force of circumauncea, be obliged to act
against us, and with the tribe of ofTire
biintet and bankrupt, that aeek lo sub
Mat upon our industry and mean. I be
number of these that infest WuibinRton,
especially duting a first session of Con
gress, and above all, about the termina
tion of an administration, i joconcch able
to those who have not seen the warm.
I aaid, that I hod some misivinn, that
Hut wr.cn
1 read the replv of Mr. Crawford, I had
not a shadow of doubt remaining on my
mind. It is the moil triumphant .nd ir
resistible answer that ever met the accu
nation of a base and prtjured infoimer.
I have no doubt that there is not a mer
cantile house in our Atlantic ciiirs, that
has not lost a much heavier per centre
on its western debt, than we have done,
aince Mr. Crawford look charge of the
vltsenaapyr even aupposiojr tht'twrn 1t0
due to be wholly lost. And it ia a nutter
worthy of notice, that the very people al
whose prayers and entreaties, and to save
whom- from utter tuin be has puisued a
certain line of conduct, have been his
most virulent accusers and persecutors,
for that conduct which ha contributed at
once to their reliel, and at ihe aame time
been serviceable to Government kv res
cuing a larjre debt from the almost total
loss which would have followed a rigid
exercise of his authority. He haa avail
ed himself of discretionary powers repo
sed in bim by the law, for that purpose,
and with that intent, to mitigate the se-
Nestor, at ara, Uij If, HJ4.
-..Jilt anwrnalont pfrvdotttoTr tf "in err""'
judgment, contain,
1st. A tbara-t atrainai the ieleet cm
otlttee, io ibt following wonS i
" It waa at wir instance, and s.i miW
iUrUs rmtut ai t.r fwn n aWl'
fmmttn, I' ir .leerefary JUI tk .frl.
airy rnn km H it lut wmtr U tU enunulm
fMr, Mir
3dlv. A cbarrt truinM the President
of ihe United Statei, in th folluwinj
worst . . '
1 kn'iw tort wel) the baatoeaa ami liwialitt
of tle character iaf Kdwarda. (acH'-umVicVd U
he is) to belie ad tliat l e would Lave iUrr.1 tn
take .ich a measure, even covand by flight
from the rearnttirnt of his Injured ruemr",
mVaH t prtmtt fnlulitn m a.'i ftaurt.
hr."
3dly. 'A premature and extra pjjicial
opinion of the merit of the cae ui.de f
invratiatailow.
The chartf against the committee wl
ably and isrciorily refuted bv lb)
member individually, In ihclr idawj Ul
the Ilutic, ia dy, and pto.i.miiceii aa
and unfounded. They ! vrd, as well
by the minutes of their prr fcillnj as by
their un'lividrd drcUr.tion. that Mr.
Randolph did nut nuke the motion in tht
lommilee that Mr. Crawfoid should b
allowed to file hta anvwat," but that it
was made by Mr. Cat lor, of Nt w York.
I'hry a!no showed by the tniiiutea of tlnir
piocecdinu, thai the motion w. unan
imoutiy adopted. And they further sta
led, in their places, that there wa at no
time any opposition lo the order, but that
it wat, from the beginning, approved by
all except Mr. Floyd, who doubled the)
roricctnest of the courte, but who,bcfoit)
the question waa taken on the motion,
contented to it. It further appealed, by
the statement of all the menilers of tho
committee, that Mr. .Kan.lulpli was not
In tht committee room when the motion of
Mr. la) lor waa made, but tbat be came
in afterwards.
Who it now " the Parthian that thootl
his poisoned arrows a. He flirv "
M nthutfton H-pMicnn.
en. t'ar il nisn, published in Salisbur for aix
wei t,, ,or tl.c arort-Kud parlies to appear ana
a'iwcr, pieau or drmur, cr tiulirmt nt, liro con
it A V E drchmd actimr aaa nartnrr with John answer, ii
a . - - ; -1. . . . . r " .
nurpny, in the mcrran'ile bitsinea in C(;n. "' UKen Bframat them, and tbe cuuae
1
with hit consent, !ind.have relinrniished N J heard ex parte. W itnea .lamea llathorn, clerk
e'ini tP-w part or portion Of the profit (if! cf the rourt of F.q'uity, for the county and atate
ue concern of Murphy & Sutton.
vuorcA 1BV4.
98
NATH'L. Sl'TTON.
fUE auhaeriber hat formed a Copartnership
witb'U".n;..n : .tt.
... 'I. .1, ... ,..1- IIICIK.IVI.C
"HMne, a' Concord, Cabami coiinte, North
Mfolina, nnder lhe firm of 'Murph U Jirown ,
miv openuj a trean assorrmeni ot
Dry Good,' Cutlery and ITardwirt
Wted with much can. .n pi.:i..ii-k:. ..i
ft.. v . - - ' F .. ... 1 1 1 1. 1 III. mtu
bo"PM on ,he bMt tePm- They
pea n to continue the boainru i
m yean, and u Mr. Murnhv will viit th
lOnbjjM .it!..
risnor7f . r - e ami will be
S,cf;t fa,r P" f or on credit,
llair,n BI w'PtfUy invited to call.
"wrrea. tnnv ur oouv
r vi.w jp w ata 1
:: Jorin Murphy,
. alto, at ) .to-. if'zZt-.- - . -
rtmentof GOonsT. . ".
f or country prodace. . .. l
fc l . I al I a . a. I ii a vatia,(it fIIIVUc; alltll .lnilTH iL lit
ohlrrd,thai pubhea-inn be made tn the ea- j rrril, w.fa.-.ion to tho.e who mav favor
bim with their work.
Crriajres of all deaeriptions, Pannel'd and
Stick Gig, Sulkt ys, &c. made and repaired on
reasonaMe term. SAM'L. LANOF.RS.
Saluhw-yt .Ipv't 26 182. 204
N. H, Carriajtes, of ' ad ileacriptiont, - bought
and sold, on commiaaion.
P. St A jouriteyman wanted at the above bu-
iresa, to whom good wajres will be (fiven. He
will be emplmd on wood work, altojrether.
03" The subscriber keep two ti4 for Hire,
whtrblflsraTHlJe-kt!ptTirinesa
jdoreaaid, "March te 'rrtiT 1874
JAMKS
Price adv. 50.
HATHORN, e. & at.
it'13
State of North-Carolina,
(rood harneat, for the accommodation of those
who may, at any time, w ith to ride on pleasure
or on busines. 8. LANDERS.
. . liwi i"li r n it. i,tr aiiKl a'araiu ivriiif-u: til Ilir a . a ear
are intiabitanta ot another atate, it ia therefore;, ,llimb.V of Vr.r in t-.,-..i -...-:.. ... er,lv 01 ,ne nuileiinr's ol our western
r i r..n.i. l -i .
iciiow iiutrns, noose ciamours, naa nc
taken a ciirlereut course, would have dis
solved the present feeble and distracted
adminiitration of our government; and,
Ar'x m like, he is assailed by the very
hounds that he has cherished and fed.
I t on fess that Ibis base, unmanly con -spiraey
against Mr. Crawford, s "given
to my mind a degree of interest in the
ensuing election, that ten days ago I
4dmUt-4n possible for-me to-fcrf . I
shall rejtire in the discomfiuire of a plot
got up, a I verily belice, in Washing
ton, for his destruction : for know too
well the baseness and timidity of the
character of Edwards (self convicted as
he is) to believe that he would have dared
to take such a measure, even covered
by flight from the resentment of hisinju
ted enemy, without a promise of protec
tion fiom a higher quarter and here I
sav,-oirce for . aU, that I impute nothing
unfair to any one of the candidate for
the Presidency.' But how' have Ihe as
persfotis'bf ttus JCIu'hittlalbT'beW'mVn'
I5y the most temperate, passionless, mild,
dignified and irrefragable exposure of
their falsehood, without one harsh word
towards their author.
The pilot admonishes "me to end this
letter. If the people f Virginia shall be
STnKFSTOr'WTT.
OUItT of KquRy, pril term. 1824. Reuben
J Moore, William C. Moore, Matthew Moore,
John Clayton and Khzabeth hia wife, John
Moore, Prilly Moore, liabriel Moore, and Gideon
Moore by hia Guard:au, r. Be njamin Hawkina
and wife, and tbe Heira at Law of William
fj I t a i .a . ..... a
layior, ucceaaeii, ami oilier : Petition tor
sale of real estate. The court being tatisfied
that the defendants, Benjamin Hawkins and
wife, and the Heirs at Law of William l av-
lor, deceased, do not reaide within the limit of
the atate, i ia therefore ordered, that nublica-
skirt be made fee i week' anecesivelyi- in the
VTetterrt Carolinian, tliat unfeaa thev annear at
,thyiS.1..pur for tii
couoiy oi MOKea, at the courr-houae mtierman
ton, on the 4th Monday after the 4th Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
the bill, the tame will be taen proconfetao at to
them, and the Cause bfset down for bcaruisr ex
nt. r r .1
WUI l.Ol.l llic lUlllllll-S.
Tett : JOHN C BLUM, e. w. a.
Price adv. g2 50. . " 6t'W
... V4-'
South Yadkin BrW
ire.
THE Commissioner appointed by Rowan
County Court, to build a BuJgt over the
South Yakin river.'netween the mouth pf Second
Crei k and the Point, will receive proposals for
building aaid Bridge. Person disponed to con
tract for the tame, will apecify to ertlicf of the
Comrtii8sjoiers. the.trrms on w hich thev can do
the job., ContraxMlftfw iH undcrsts,riiatlieTe
it to be a good ttone abutment at each e'fid of
Me Brio,gea4rtone pier fo the ceiitrjB i the wliob;
to be well thing-led and weatherboarded. The
jndge wul require to be two hundixd feet long,
ALrKKD MACAV,
" JACOB FISHER.
JOHN H. FKEELING, S-Cam'n.
DAVID M'GUIHE,
JOHN HEARD. jr. .
&Uinry,JuneTt 1824. '09.
CONNKC I ICL'T.
Coventor WoLeoTT, in his rnessage
to thr legislature of i. minertirut. re. urn
mends the consideration ol an m nd-
ment to the Constitution of Ihe L'ni-ed
States, in reference lo the rhoire of elect
ors of President' and Vice Pusidcnt.
I he-amendmrnt port to require tmj
Kltctors to meet on one day, In their re
spective states, and there vote for three
fimom, on one ticket, who shall he t itin nt
of different statrn, but one tf which mat
hr a citizen of their tvn State. That
when Ihe ballots are collected, the per
son on whom the highnt number of vote$
is found concent! ated, shall be declared
Prtsidentof thtt'hited Stwtr t ibeiser-:
son having the tec nd h ghett number of
vote, to be Vice President and President
of the Senate : -and tbe person having
the third h ghit number uf volet, to bo
Speaker of the House of Kiprc'cntaihcs,
for the four years ensuing. When an
equal number of votes happen to be con
centrated upon two or mote persons. I ben
the election inearh of the three elaite or
gradrt, commencing with the highest, to
be tn such cases, decided by a lot or lots,
taken in the ptesence of the Senate and
House of Representatives."
OFFICE HUNTING.
Mr. Clay, in a speech lately delivered
by him on the Tariff question, thus al
ludes to office hunters :
M All the existing employments of so
cietythe learned professions com
merce agriculture are now overflowing.
We stand in each other's way. Henco
the want bf employnient. Hence the ea
ger pursuit after -public stations, which
I have before glanced at. I have been
again shocked, during this session, by in
stances BiolirftaTterrortaTes
the vacancies existed.' The pulse of in
cumbents, who happened to be Uiken ill,
is not marked with more anxiety bv the
attending physicians, than by those who
desire to succeed them, though with very
opposite feelings. Our old mend, tho
lattliful sentinel, who hat stood so long at
our door, and the gallantry of whose pat
'iotisrn deserve to be noticed, because it
was displayed when tbat virtue was most
rare anitipast.' wanted,.;Qr
occasion, in this unfor unite city, became
indisposed some weeks ago. The first
interigence which I had or his dangerous
illness, Was by an application for his'un
vacaled place. hastened to assure my
self of the extent of his danger, and was
happy lo find that, the eagerness, of sue- '
cesilon outstripped the protest of disease."
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