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1. Dr D. limn j the tomb or pasted l'-M")rASkiniIonft'
3cr hrrtf wlfc! there worship, ln-( vurf , Beejimln F. JWfwood, of Ra-
14 u?purtlh: Due and irnulna KfpuUl
i, prUlpUi which Inspired our f.ibrt
2 J. Our Utile natf U Mi enulred
fer lilf ntr Win nime 4 cheers.
' firr wbUh the fullowlnr; o!unUf
toasts tr given
I. Dr 3iniul llrrU mif the Wab
Jnrtotdin iftum f Kovtmment be ban
ded down, utiimplrc(5t to lht latest jx.
ifnii I theirs.
---, ....... ..
atesd of atom to the' Mr temple of
- Ameilcan UUrij cheers. .
3. Df M. iuot E). Ccn. Phlfer,
Orator oflhe 1 (h genuine Republi
can and inji Pjtrlot, bit tale-me and
north cannot be loq blghlr estimated S
Df J. L. Beard our worthy Pas
tor, Rat. John Robinson always rfill
gcnt and Indefatigable In !h promotion
of virtue, tod supprtitiou of vice 4
9. Df Jame A. Means, Esq. 1 the na
tive of Bouth-Caroline, thr hero of Or
leans his military services, politic! ex
perknce, and Incorruptible integrity, de
mands the loppbrt of til true Republi
cans, to the firti the highest gift of our
nation 6 cheers.
Sonjf. bv T. Kerr New-Orleans, or
Huntert o' Kentucky 6 chrert.
0. Df John E. Mahan j May Ameri
can, iirthe election of President, recol
lect the virtue and talcnta of Jobn.Q Ad
tint 6 cheer.
T. B Gen. John N. Phifer ; Ameri
can!! In the Choice of roof Presidents, i
beware of military chieftain, n1 let the
usurpation of larsar, Iromwcll, and
Napoleon, be ever freh in your memory
8. By Doct. A. M'Kblef the here
of New-Orleans by hi moit eomumate
prudence. talents and briery, he hat
achieved tor hlmvrlfsncl hit country, im
0. Dr John 1 -or lie; Cen. A. J.irkson
genuine in prinriplea. splendid in tal
ents, and surpassed by none in ptihlir ser
vice J he it pre eminently qubltfird to be
the ruler oft free people $ cheen.
10. Dr D'tIJ ( . Houttoii ; thr citizen
of North-Carolina niav thev he tnrlr
mind enliiflitncd nd their eve opened
to their be' interett, the calling of a
Convention 6 hrtr.
. II. Df dpi. Jime M'Ree; the mi
Ii'la of the Union may they poei the
energy and pvuiouwa of tb imtnortal
Wa King ton 4 therrt.
""11," Df Tho'l. Krrrj mij our lovely
fttr never want pri .tiim to emulate the
noble example or the Ltdica of New Or
leant 4 cheer.
Song, by I horrid Kerr the Star
Spangled Dinner 6 cheet.
13. Dy John Most, Eq-t may the
friend of Amlic Jckno ulways po
.teat health of bodft-pare of mind,
clean thirt, and a mprr.ee 6 cheer.
14. By Dart. William Datis ; thr Pre
-jWetrt of ttrrthrfrittr-friTTten iiTier
al in hi public iew, economical n his
private affair, and one of our bet Malts
men 6 checra.
The iLin n urAnowa to mi,tnlil I
fr rninuttt Ukre lb Ulloti cr
counted out t '
The follovlnf young fenticman bava
been admitted by the baprcme Court,
whltb It Bow In cUon, to practite law
In the Superior Court of thl Htti to
wit t Cturlci L Torrance, of S!Ubury
WlllUra Miller, of DUdea) Dillon Jor
don, jr. of FaffttafUte.
A alt bote boe ramea loliow, navm
Irlicbi Ilrnrr' Miller, of do. t Jmea L.
GInt, of Moore county Henry. A.
Martin, of Stoke county t JametJCDal
deo, of Faytttatllle lluh IcQuecn, of
Moore county and Tbomaa Sumner, of
Ilcrtiord couotju . t
Ircilrll IV.Mo fiocic (jr.
the IttbU 4-.lf i lrUa tuvutf
hoi.1 in nwil fitf In Jrtiir.n. It k tt
ptu4 lUt tb litv. Mr. t'. !jf, t4 .LxHw,
Tht mtnin t4 tbe Wy are rttf r.
nuritM 14 (uI a4 an v """k-i m
the auifl of tl4 CKf vl U U.e lu.
tre Invited lo tub Ml t4 V, a ht
bly d enoWn't boj. It 'H ?!r le
ikM. kiMi a cU t i4nJie of tW bHiflpWt
a4 eondect eT rtit Jtocf, tb at la U.r ef
palrwuf, a4 aT IM tJa n mi mi
koutd be aucb aa to nMmtA tW jH-m u
their eonadwa U the ajt af Ihm
tHal Uty fiO if ifd W the &'if wb -
. . . V.
Jtifki W KL -.iW . A . a M . .
' Lut of Uttcn .
UtMAIMVU the fiM nrk ! Cnrm.
North CuoCajL oe the I it of JuK liii.
iamei AHUoe Henry tticr ,
Atknm ti.u uuf 4 f,o M ui d.v,
III m v, lih urj', U iU U4 kbUn rtU
0 ibew Mmi and 4.!ls dine ee Mtf i4
tth kI ip and tihj atwr e mJ t
a "7r I IH he ( LaI
Ttk awt, h apply id it a MVn ihv
tut i Ik that n(tt ibtb Lot UW Umk ad
larw ihe ,
1(4 (Mt, Mtuml Llm ib kM of a Horn
rU4 la liinr IU t(t Jk tUmt
IH tUm'd L loUca, nv4 rink Vd bn bee,
t IfyUe tM Mtn U ll U lu W.
Ti And Nat WifD, In k Niry inL
w kh ibi crupper aftft and lb pomirwlUUr.
.1 ayrfindce tMilM d at the h-Uroi
Jt iiimt4 lh ton t irt tt trigtit.
rk lookj M 1 oudrnM, Ih.l be iImmM prrlrwl
TV dWiiH M K,n i K blgrvUr i m.
Ihm the d I d fog kno. be K.lr i'J.
Hlut y,M lM;b , I'm luinfUirUa' '
orrBitriti or ioadi.
Rowan county, May tntkmt, 1K24 1 Ordered
by the Court, that all oveneera of rotda rtlum J qJJ.
H'lll.M, L AlriMtfW
their Order on itonday- of Aofuat Court next
JOHN GILES, (V.
TATlTTtflLLT. TRICtX, J, 1.
Cotton, 14 to 13) flour, fine, 4 niprrfln,
i)MWi nrit, W orntij bkry, V) a
32 i peacb bniKty, 55 a 60 1 apple do, Jo to 5 5 1
onra,Ot4Jt bK4n,0) 9 It.TurkililiJMt
r0i8ypr buihcl i mol , Ki2linr, aw.
ttfimla, 91 a IU4 1 cotfe. prime, rren, 71 to 73 1
20 j flittccd, fj a 80 eti UJlow, 6, brnwi.
Jla42inee3k4prr luO lb, i irr, H to I pr.
IW lb, tobacco lea, J 3 maiuifacturtd, 5 a SO
Our martet f erery article of exportation,
and fur Cotton partictdariy. kring n-fvlaied rn
tircly by the prirei abruad, e taaiMH fflnl a
better criterion by which to judr of the pri.
era and damand berr, than by publiibin what
tbete art ta the markcU to wiitch tbte aHicki
are acnt. (Mmtr.
CB-tRLZSTOX r BICES, Jw 28.
Cotton, 8. Idand, 33 to 30, Kainrd do. 14 to
H i Maine do. 21 ntee, ?2 to 2.1 1 ihnr. alt-
pie, 14) a Iftj Whi,kry2la30ct. i rUrun,8ay
Jacdb Li iffr,
taavi I. trf k
Samuel or JohN Black. Abirail Mriaon
Amlrew C. Morriaon
John Miamh inter
ilU B. Utvney
Robert S. Mcana.
Dr. W. II. D. Crutian. Robert r,ckim
lloet. Eiaaa llama
William f. llama
, by an exploit certinly '-i llamslUallj UnlJOlSi DartSna;. Hm JiMtice.
d, perhapt never equalled Jfr 'r.?'M tur"' f?
r r 1 I Pnnw Green. 19; Inf. to rood, 15 a IB. Daniel Linker
I North'arvlitu Itank llill. 2 a 2) prr rent
I dii. i Georgia Rank Hilla, I) a 2 p r cint. iLa.
, Cape Pear and Nebern, 4 per cent. dia.
Vtttvuj t he market haa been unuau Jly flat.
We continue oir uotationi ai nominally tbe
aamr, but to tflYct tale, a reduction of J to )
'. a rent in the pound, on t'plandi, nwrt be tub
, mit'ed to. Courier.
Henry N. PWarr
f amuel Whuo
Kcv. Joha M. Wilaon.
D. STORICr, .f. T. M.
UUSnVHT, MlkTJICIMnLLY.I, BT
a a m a mj & ti,.i,ii
l.linAHU 1 HHKIII l. II
ItflHI rerrtfut, lnfifWMlhe pub
If t. and .i, frMMwla, that bf ha.
ken l eitrnaive and iterant lab.
(en), ai'iuir I l the nortb comer of lic
Cwrt tlottte, (latily orriied by Mr. Jam
llii.) Mr contrniehce of lltii filiation for
buuieaa, i equal lo ant i the plar. Tbe
Houm cmiaina number i4 iiri,ae rooma, well
calculi td fjf the a rneiimuUiMm of Traveller
and Ibtdeni the Hiabbi are lual, if not eu
penor, la any in the Ure, an-1 altrnde to by
ohliginr and aCrniitf llot'lem bii lab!e anl
lr, mitt be tppLed ill, lite bevt the market
anrii anil ke reritalioui w im iiouar, in
V he hope II rite entire atiafacton to lhoe
bo may ihii.k proer to call on himi im! he
amina them, thai no paina abalt be apared to
rimkr their lUr Cimforuble and pla.
Vn,e,24, i.'4. M
List of Iftters
RP.M AIM.VG in the Poet Office at Charlotte,
North Carolina, on the lat of July, 18. '4.
LET THE PEOPLE BE BE.1RD.
Mr. H'hitr : We tee you often publish
the aentimants of the nt-onle on tbe Pre
fee; you will therefore obl'iee many by
giving the following a place in your pa
per At a muster aeven or eight mile from
Salisbury, of Capt. Lents' company, on.
tbe 3d day of July, it was proposed by
the captain, after the exercites of the day
were concluded, to take the voice of the
company and spectators, on the Presiden
tial quettion. A friend of the people,
who was present, on a request of the cap
tain, made a few observations, explanato
ry ol the subject, and of the views and
claims of the several candidates now be
fore the people Jor the presidential chair.
vote was then taken when tt appear
ed there were
For Andrew Jackson, 193
No other candidate got a vote. Alter
this, a free and general wish seemed to
pervade all present, that tbe Hero of Or
was thereupon unanimously
Retofoed, That we highly approve of
the nomination of John GUet, Eq. as an
Elector on the People Ticket and that
e will, .s such, give him our undivided
f JV. C. Jy3,18l4.
Mr. Wfiite: I have jusi time toiay to
-ywi that on this day was held company
muster at this place ; and after the
usual exercises of the day were over, the
cmpany undertook jto express,' by ballot,
dential Election : the result of which
For John Q. Adams, 34"
Andrew Jackson, 24
Wm. II. Crawford, - 13
This took place without any previous no
tice, or any electioneering bj arijr person.
At Littleton, M arten county, North Carolina,
on tbe 10th im . by the Night Her. Biabop Ma
vtneroat. Col. Kb W. If 'aid, c4 Onalow county,
to Miai Cynthia Little, daurhter of h'm. P. Lit.
In Roan county, on Saturday evenlnr, the
3d intt. Mr. Jacob Albrirht, in the roth year of
hie are. He had been a citiaen mt thi county
for up warda of 50 yean, and jrae one of tboae
who aa and shared in the trouble of tbe rev.
olutirm, in w hich he took an active part, from
finrt to hurt : ever since that period, he hu lived
in peace ami quietness with all hit neighbor
an murh ac that he nearer bad A 1W. suit Kitt
any of them.
In lAe tileni grave amy Ai bily ml
Bit rtu be 5y ill Ltnl and Savitmr blttt.
In the vicinity of .Worpnton, on the 24th ult.
Richard Itutler, infant ton of CoL John E. But
ler, ared two yean.
In Uiii county, lately, Mr. Smith Blair, after a
PJiai Ale sander
Wm. J. Alexander, 2
Wm. T. Alexander
Moaea W. Alexander
Moa W. Alexander.
Jamei Black ,
I-orin Bate, 3
Jame W. Raker.
A uriah Cob urn
John J one
Jam.-i Lvle, 2
Daid M. Lee
Secretary of the Pha
lanx Lod(r T .
Thnwiai L lindaay.
Zebuloa Motria, 3
M m, alornaon
John F. MNeely
Mr. Mun M'Lure
John AT. Maxwell.
Allen G. Orr
KMatc of Ja,. M'Kniht, icn.
A 1 1- tltoK iikdcblcd to the irfl'e of Jame
it M'Knlh', arn. deed. ekbrr by note oe
1 t. rfftitrlrA V Mje forward
ami wake pivment immeiljali ly, at further in
dulgence rmr'art be gien. All thnae kaeinr
claim attiirt a"trxtr, am re'ittc(l tobrirr
thlft foe ait, h-ralU aMe1ed, foe aettlrwient.
witlun the time I r, acribed by uw, or thii noUce-
WUI bC pkd in bar.
JOr.pM M KMOIIT.) r
JOHN M'KMCIir, ,-'"w,r,
In Morranton, on the 24tb ult. Jutrph Hugh
Jlerander Tate, infant ton of Dr. Samuel l ate,
aged seven month.
What follow, accompanied the above notice
of the death of Dr. Tate' child, with a request
that it might be published with it :
M The bloom of his season rivil'd the
rose. lie caused the beauty and perfec
tions of the day to sink beneath tbe hurl
ing commanda of his person, and his an
gel smile commanded the respect of all
who saw or knew him for to see him,
was to love him. But amidst the height
and bloom of his perfections, the rude
Irost ol Heaven venomously nips tne ouo, itarriet s. Gray
. : , ri jr V. i-tt f ----- -
and the rose himseli talis, and becomes an
adonled member of the family of his mo
that tnh fminittl' Gr'
...... . r . j a .. ' Jamei C. Hami
great, intelligent, pci icn ann ihhuhi);
He forced the love
his age, he possessed
of his parentage to become in a growing
state of irreaistibilityf-and cau&ed therotW',m-JI-H
to frown, with indignation, upon those
who dare to retard his progress. But
now they look upon death with the amari-
tude of his sting, as the destroyer of that
which hitherto touched theif bosoms so
tenderly and unspeakable" ! ! ! !
Danl. P. Chrittenbury Braley Oate
In II. Cuahman John Otborn.
Jamri L. Cat heart Charles, Wro. or Geo.
lliomai Cuahon W. Putk
James Cathcart J. Pern
, llo)le. Son & Cox Suaannah Presley
i EWaMt jCuBhraa. Yftm Pyaaw rr. -
John T. Paacball.
Ezi kicl tobiiiion
Doct. Jai. W. Roa.
Wm. P. Spriar
Mary I. Silvester
Rebecca B. Simon
John M. Thomas
J. O. Torrence
M m. Thompion.
Miss Jane W allaci
Bcuj. 8. West
Col. Ju. Wdboro
Doct. rm. Ifbile.
M. SMITH, P.M.
James Dinkina, 3
Ix is Dinkins, 2
Mrs. Harriet Dinkins
Miie Jane B. Dink in
John M. Full wood, 2
Ju. N. Flanikin.
Matter John Gradirk
TATE of North-J'arolina. fitt.kei tountv.
Court of "lea arvl Qiitiier Heinn, J me
term, 1 W24 : Gabriel nbr n. The Hrtr al laa
of nnalhan Uallnn, decd. Sere Paciaa, for tlwr
condemnation of land. I' appearing to (lie aal.
iafaction of the court, that Robert yackann, ho
intermarried with Suaan Dallon. one of the heir
at law of Jixiailian Dalttwi, dee'd. ta not an in
hahitant of ihia Mate, it n therefore onlereil, that
KMication be mad- in the. Writer Carolinian
' ail aeeka, that the aaid Robert Acktim a p.
pear ai the next term of our aaid court, on the
second .Vomtay In SeDlrmber Deft, ami aliew
cauae, if any he has why thr land deacemled to
him a one of the heiri at law. shall not be con
demned, and told to satisfy tbe plaintiff' demand.
i'19 JkfATTHEW R. .VOORE.c.e.
CrrauuiM, June 22, 1824. Vice adv. g2.
IJr HATL'HDAY'K IAII
It appear by lU aonUm pap'ta, that a
fmttira tlnin,trr-aofa naa nptrUnr d ee h
Tk an4 3oth nh. U all lb eowairy bttwt
PbiladelpbU and RUkaaond. la aotne ptrea,
lh damap tnatalned front the tlTecuW the
f jbtninr and wind waa very mt.
rHtsiisTo, rt?tv I.
Ourtltf hat dx four days paat aufcrtd
under an inte ntenm and conilnuation of
beat actdomt If ever, ciperienccd hart
before, We have endured, almoat titer
ally, an atmotpherc ( irt. Several y al'
bible lite hve fallen victims to the it
ceiaive warmth. Cturirf, ,
(IT have not been rrtrreri t hot wiatber
in HbHry for one time naet...kul w have
all, thu far, Mtbved hi nvlttnf rtfacta)
On the 19th ull- a man dropped down
at the corner ef Barclay and Church
aireel. New-York, and expired In a few
minute, lo cotiKquence of drinking cold
foi )ay-The Richmond Virginia
Compllertate that a spirit thermometer,
graduated by Fahrenheit's Kale, Mood in
the thadc, on Sbockoe hill, al one time, at
A public notice wa given requeuing a
meeting of the friends of Mr. Crawford,
t Mount Holly, New Jersey, on Saturday,
the 36th of June. A most ludicrous ac
count of the meeting I publitbed, bf
whith It appears, Ihst but one Individual
altrndad.a Mr. Kxeklcl I) , who acted
a ChrriMn and Srrrrrary. eddrest
rd the meeting. In a very grave manner, as
the account roes, in favor of the M regular
ly nominated inJUt bf ltt ranrim"
andclfarcd tundry retoluil'Hi which were
hnanimotttly adopted. " Ezelicl D ,
iM was then nominated a candidjto
(or I. lector, to le supported by the mett
'ngtn and thus eu ed the farce.
Mint and wfrnlant rm S(xxi.
We are informed by our attentive ror
reipondcnt of the Boston Courier, that
the ship Coral arrived at that port on Sun
day lil, from Gibraltar, hrinin letter
frorn Cadit dated the 24)J of May. la
one of thec it u stated as certain that
21.000 troops were to enter Spain imme
diately, and that severs! regiments hid
been ordered from Csrtbagena to Cadiz,
where preparations were making to re
ceive them. ' I he movement (it Is ad
ded) in Spain, with the recent cventa in
Portugal, lead many to believe that all is
not well, and that nar it brewing.-
A. Y. Ev. Pt, 29fA ult.
STATE of North-Carolina, Stokri county.
Court of 1-aa and Quarter Seaeioni, we
term, 1824: Samuel Kerb) 'a administrators, ,e.
The Heir at !a of Amalban Dahon, dee'd.
cire Facias, for the condemnation of land. It
speannf lo the aaiiafaction of the court, that
Robert yckon, who intermarriH with Snaan
Dalton, one of tbe hein at law of Jonathan Dal
ton, dee'd. ia not an inhabitant of tliit Hate, it ta
4hercfore lertd by the Court, that publication
be mftil in llir 1 1 rn Pftnilinittn v..kt
that the wid Robert Ji.ck"tUppar al millerro U'te plaa ofMr-Town'i, weathrTbotr'ed Xftd
ofonr aaid ewirt, and aliew catuc, if anrhe has I . wpponeu oy mrei none picra.
le of thr heirs runner information win ue comnuiiucatcii
Houtli Yntlkin BriJc.
THE Commiaaioners appointed by the Coun
ty Court of Rowan, to contract for tho
erection of a Rnttgt or er the South Yadkin river,
will meet at the Court-house in SaJubury, on
Saturday, the 24h inst. to receiv propoaala.
liter have selected a aie ir the HrW ge, on tho
prroiiaca of David Craire and Zackariah .'c
Atee. Feraont wishing to contract, can liar a
the place pointed out to them by either of tho
Vrtn. tYajft i. Tbe Brulre n to be built on
whv the land drarended to him a one
at law of Jonathan Dahiin, df-e'd. ihall not be
condemned and auld to satisfy the pUinlifT's de
it'19 MATTHEW R. MOORE, e.e.
Germanltn, Ju nr 22, 1 824. Jrice adv. $3.
STATE ol North-Carolina, Stokes county.
Court of PVaa and Quarter Seaaiona. June
appbcaUon to either of the eommiaaionrn.
JOHN II. FKEELLN'fs
IltVIII M't.' IKE,
.Vii ihHn. JulyU, 1824.
term, 1824: Samuel Kcrby's sdminittralor,.!
ine rroiiw ar law or Jonathan IHnon. rtcca.i-vN ll,,r the next Superior Court
Sore Facia, for the comdcmnation of Und. It f Aghf f0;n,v be eH,.r,.d for
appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that , y., CourUlm.ie If aaid count v
ltobcrt Jackson, who intermarried with Suaan . i ' t s
Dalton. one of the heira at Uw of Jonathan nal- OCrCS Ol IMUl
, ! ii Inhabitant of Utii aute, It la J lii aaid county, or an excellent q tiali', for graat,
therefore ardcred, that publication be made in J or fanning, t erms one lialf tlie -urrhe mo.
the Western Carolinian six weeks, that the said ' nev pavable in nine montha, the other hilf in
Kobert Jackson appear at next term of our aaid eighteen months. Bond and approved security,
court, on the second Monday of September, and j to be given to
1 B a a .a a a I n
T Salisbury Academyfcj'V
iiuS&h rfo'ndav the :9th day of July.
As th present tntfPiictcr has ever felt a rehjcN
ance in governing youm oy me siavisn aisci
pline of the rod, he wishes only to receive such
children-a. can be governed by a generous love
learning. SUch, he confidently believes, will
find the situation both pleasant and profitable.
He would prefer receiving none under hi care,
who cannot "read with some readiness. Should,
however, any such offer, as lhey require more
time, and are usually more difficult to govern,
th ir tuition must be the same as that of the
next grade of English scholars.
Jul 5th, 1824.
Nancy Hoguelin .
John ) ell
shew cause, if any he haa, whv the land descen-1
nru io mm ai one oi uie nein at law or me asm
Jonathan Dalton, dee'd. ahall not be condemned,
and sold to aatiift the plaintiff's demands.
it'19 MATTHEW R. MOORE, e. I.
Grrmmim, June 22, 1824. Price ad. g2
Lana aiid 'Mill.
I OFFER for sale, my premise: whereon I re.
aide, called Mill Grove, lvine ca Rockv River.
Ckbafrus county. "This tract dl land contains
300 acres s the soil of which is feffile in all kinds
of productions, natural to the clintkte. '
On these premiserare machinerfes, ybiclj are
in fotnt trfitncomrj efjrtal o any m tit Slate"!
vix. ohe corn mill, and a French Burr a saw
mill and a cotlon machine alM, a Tan yard,
Store-house and a Smith-aliop. There is also a
comfortable dwelling-house, with all necessary
out houses, suited to the circumstance of any
person wishing to purchase. Terms will be
made accommodating to tbe purchaser.
June 25, 1824; 3U'M
QTAI'E of North-Carolina, Stokes county.
O Court of Pleas and Quarter Seaaiona, June
term, 1824: Matthew M. nghet, tw. The 7eirs
aLkuLof onathan Dalton, dee'd. Scire Facias,
for the condemnation of land. , It appearing to
the satisfaction of tbe court, that Robert Ack
on, who intermarried with Susan Dalton, one
of the heirs at law of Jonathan Dalton, dee'd.
is not an inhabitant of this state, it is therefore
ordered, that publication be made in the Res
tern Carolinian six weeks, that the said Robert
court, on the second Monday in September, and
anew cause it any he has, why the land descen
ded to him as one of the heirs at law of Jona
than Dalton, dee'd-. shall not be condemned, and
sold to satisfy tbe plaintiff's demand.
it'iy MATTHEW H. MOORE, e.e.
Germanttn, June 22, 1824. Vice adv. g2.
8. 8PEER, Guanttan In the hrir of
June 18, 1824 H ilUam It' Cknjfin, Jcc'd.
Doct. Wintaui tt. Trent,
mL HAVING settled himself at Mount
croon, offers his services to
the inhabitants of the vicinity, in tiie
various departments of his profession.
He' has a good supply of medicine which he
will" oT-pb'se or on reasonable terms.
Jny S, 1824. 3it'lJ
-Land for Sale.
VC.REEABLY to the last will snd trttamrnt
of Wm. Patterson, dee'd. will be )M, A
public aale, on a credit, a valuable plautut ' ,
eontaming 4w acreJymg on mxh ifr 'tt-r
St ATE ot Nortti-t:aro1ina, Stoku county.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, June
term, 1824: tiabriel anby, v. The cira at
law of Jonathan Dalton, dee'd. Scire Farias, for
Uie condemnation of land. It appearing to the
natixfiiction of the court that Robert Jurkaon. lio
.....2 . : i ...:.k i. r . i. . i i
liHtriuiii ncu witu puaaii lk'iwuii, ui,c ui uiojieira
ai law (if Jonathan Dalton, dee'd. is not an inhab
itant of-thw'statei irtlMrottiIir''1haf
publication be made in the Western Carolinian
for six weeks, that the said Robert Jackson ap
pear at the next term of our said court, oh the
second Monday in September next; and shew
cause, if any he has, why the land descended lo
him as one of the heirs at law, shall not ba con
demned, and sold to satisfy the plaintiff's demand.
it'19 MATTHEW R. MOORE.Ce.
Germanttn, June 22, 1324. Price adv. g2. ,
gar UrccR, witmn IJ miles ot C harlotte I he
1 fertility of the soil, the elegsnee of thr sna.
lion, and the improvements, all st'rve to render
this an object of attention. The. aale ia to taka
place on the tixth dni if.lufutt nrrt.
DAVID M'DONALD, fxeruttr.
. Kiiu'i-calninent. .
m m pALEB SMOOT, Ukes this rar'bod
flr?l VJ of informing bis friends and i!ic
JiiijLp'iblic at large, that he haa now fiuijitd .
repairing his house, and haa fitted it up in tliw
first rate style for the accommodation of Travel.
ler; and all others who may feel disposed to ell
tle mam road leading from Salisbury to fcale.n,
by Lexington, ke. twejve miles from Salem,
eight from Lexington, and twenty-four fiotn
Salisburj'. Gentlemen travelling -from south to
north, or from north to south, are invited to call,
as'every convenience of refreshments tor them-"
selves, feed for their hones, fcc. will be afforded
them at rates to correspond with the general re.
duced price of provision and other m-cesui'u:i.
. Uuvylnmct Junt 1,1824, .lOitJ