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mini H'n'- rVwf'Tl
W4 IV. .T a w-
WWW. ' " . f IimiI
J - tki tMi f tk trees
' iJHrrHlU tl l d6ry "
Wr,,rlr-. re.. by K trew
14 fcm W tr. I- ? CUN
'.f.fwictr. 64 ;l
J , ;0I. foMtt. July
U b r.(Tint( M HI W .t.rfr'f7 M
I, ih A Jmi Ur. AS "
r 4 Im iniH wW4 t Ik li"J
ccrt In (Xt'r ', '0 H jl '
it for coUm.
IJtM. ill pwim Ui(r 'W
1 joitx r. inrnmn
Pnckett for Phthilrlphh.
T'IF. iWf4-r haiNi 1KKh Hn of
Wtr i flutadrlpa 4 W4
... Suuloa. iL Cialtt tai mrthod to arqtuunL
rt.. ouK-V-, i!t. iU lrt U iV.if(fion
w I UVWIp rry lea cKi. FrJr in-
IctuJ-J (of l.M cMCTanrf, sid be frff ir-l rvl
Iur ,. b Uriiaa TiMMnnaop, o( r;
MWntVr, W.C.aoH Mia. tioo k UUinWr, nf
WJaoii.M. C.atlMlovrttnU.arrKtUliMM. aiklNIIAN UMIM- r.. .t.A
(Iinr ihrr rrio'l
rtrt In Ihe Irxlc, ro wnancW b rarrful f ao-
iJni, trR aMjnlr.l hh the f', .nl raSint
tt! flt'rd as Ut cmmoiUiion l'am-
ftrt. lit tkrfof tniau to mrt .ib.ncwir.
rrmntt. f1'la.lrrhi. and it ewiron baa
cort0rn btaold toanmitnl a-fcl a!air
la lh owner. i the ronanrnntion btnr. al urru
ant, Vm.t tarrf'r tliouaaml Lai. p-f .unuiii,
bad 'il, duubt, b ao.n ft trraie.
... JAWtH PATTOV. jr.
Cmmimm Mtrtkutt, A'. J mHA
JL Tic, that tbcjr intend carrying wi the Cult
nrt MM? Bn, in ill hi rtrioia brawtif a,
at la vMatanit lormaiij o-iirMi i a. rrew, (
oppoa.1. X. M. Broon'.( her tiicy iU
kren 'onatantlr on hind. rHlrboanii, Uirru,
tVaa, abfca, nHateaJi, CraJlc Cnba, U aili
and CxnIU.iUm!, ke. i
ThcT art af Qii tira atinpnfd itl ti hr at
vood tt lliia countn afTynU, ami eprrt to
rwflf daily, aoliJ alni((ay, and Veoraraf; i
and hnpf , br their aupcrkir at) le of aork. and
atrirl a'.trnOon to buaiucM, to merit a lire of
pulilLc c.traaic '
Ckrttt. .hf. 22. 1 824. 3tZ)
N. B. The anbacriberairin intend eamint; on
rancr and Wln.Uof Chair VUkinf, having pro.
Cured ftrat rat. workmen f-nm the north.
COUNH CLL k MCIIOIA
TntUF. wHI be X at Hie tate re aidenee of
.laccb A5iri)ffif , dcViifen mitnr aon!n.Tt
of SaJ'bunr, on Ihe :9th of October neit,
the peraonal n-'erv behwirlng to the eitate of
BnaTTpT". naifcm and fir era Wheal,
Cam, Oats and Hayi Mmiaehold and Ritclien
Furniture, and mnJry otlier articles 1 erma
made known on the day of .ale. Due atten
dance by tub
JOHV ALBRICHT, , , ,
jacob MJnaaur,S '
.. Aitoanry, Srju. 3. 1834. . 6VJ7
J)isolution of Copartnership.
THR copartnerahip heretoftre exiating under
the fi-Tn of .Ravage k Kttnaman, ia tliia day
diwoHed, by mutual content. All pewona hav
ing claim, aainrt the (aid firm, will preaent
tbcm for payment ; and all those indebted to the
amn, will plcaae to call and aettle their ac
compta forthwith, to their ajrent, Vt'alter J, Ram
ay, in ?a'ibury. a, it it indianertMble that the
butmea ahmiUl be .peadilv cloaaJ.
JtiflN V. SAVAGE,
SKthwy, Sept. 1, 1824.
Clock and Watch making.
The above buuneaa, connected with the ail-
venrnlilitngTih aTTTfa VanouFbSncTies will be
carried on in the eMablishment formerly oceu-
lie', humble aen'Ut,
JOIIN V. SAVAGE.
XaHnhury, Srf. t, 1824.
AND committed to the jail of Cabimis coun
ty, on the 28th inat. a negro man, who aayi
bit name irfoAn, and belong to a Mr. Reuben
Liudaey, of Itocktngham county North Caroli
na i he aaya be i, about 20 year, old j he is a mu
atto, $ feel 4j inchea high. The owner ia de
lwd to prove property, p.v charge, and take
jiim uutof jail.- -r
i S '.: 'H . 3SO: E. MAIIAK. JdUr.
Clirip iMiioni Tract.
f. it.. M-f.l 1
Mi .i-.u-k rvflkliu
see -as. wssrii
Writ f rirn, M r I'" 'i w -
tUiMf f of tin ttotr pairoMr..
biK ti bw Wu I. S"f. M I
pwlttC Mw iri rir lm
U r ih4 iUn m' f&Md, by, iSy un "ry
jAUttn?. f- WCK10JI.
in (lr bnu. of .n mer itf r"".
nrr.fiinM I- fkuhamd.
I .... . t,.r 1 rrr!r ran
. u. a -T1 ha rail
mi him. rl r',"-.. PmlJ m I
Kitatc of Jnroh Ancr.
Vl.l. JKMOfH iwlrMril In hit rll i Jro!
Aj. WM. ar afi'n eanal)' rum!
u wmn aim iKikt Mrment to K,
j iKvTibrr. on f Mre Novembrr wmrt art',
: ftvr h iI1thn fmn ariilril, if jv
.bl and all priM wto hr nr Hrimmli
airsat aul ei. aixl hae rv prrwn'.nl
' iltrm, art draiml to Hi an, on or hcfio 'i
.Alartln Y.lrveT, Tailor,
k DOPTtt Ihi t)Un of inforovnr th ritirn
! j of n.r.Stirr, hm if vicinitv, in piwrai,
ifjm K- f,,. eomwrnei! tl "
, in rvt of John t'liman'a home, ailuaird
Mirkrt Ktrtet, a few dwr from the Ut corner
of the Court-tloiei Uere he prepared and
illbohipp.t to accommodate aiiv prnllcmcn
hoara d'.fxwert lo p.tnmi hitn in hi line of
tmineaa. in lite neet ami ml fh;.on!)le
llr, or l plraae fiitc. He flatter, 1iielf,
from him tunc einrrience. that tlierc are but
in the execution ofhia ek. A fair trud ia all
he aks to prore the above uertion. The
rliane f faJiion ahafl be atrirthr attended to.
a he hi left a eorreaputMUul ia ihe Itittriet of
f oliinibw, (where he m laal from) who mill arm
him Hie Uatiiona on, in tltcir rtipikr acaaont.
He hope by atrtrt attention to bnwneaa, to re.
reire a liberal ahare of pnbfie patrunajr, u he
m determined nohin(r ahail be kft undone lo
reader general aatiafaelion.
4Airfl .fJt k 1K4 ZA ....
THE . aubacriucr . reapectfidly -ln(urna - bia
friemla an.1 Ihe public at targe, that he h
! i l:. ... 'it r .i. . r . .
mirviTcu in it unni. iiiiww m tiir iricr, mj
he can attend lo hia ahop again. Hi hopr that
bia cuUoaien auay not forget to call on him a,
tianal, aa there aliall br nothing lacking 'o ren
der them general antie'action in the above bttni
neaa he purwiea. Thoae that may nkae to call
on the aubacriber, no doubt will be ai well
plraard at in any other ahop in the town of
Saliburr. It ia not very neccaaarv to -mention
iliatatnl famea tavaaaae Jv W' gentVuaww arc m
the habit of having a particular fuhion to anil
tliem-We, in dreac: I will engage to have
, amVoiMlie nosi desirable tenm,
Also, cutting and repairing will be duly atten
n 9 - r. T - t. . ,
s. u. ijuuct pciiecrcuin we cut, or maile, in
the neateit fahi n, at the aubacriber'a ahop,
oppoaue uie auie uans, in aan.nury.
July 30, 1824. lt3t
25 DoWaTS HewartV
TIT ILL be paid for apprehending and aectir-
f V ing in gaol, (so that 1 may get them again.)
Getrpr-about twenty-four veara old, near aix
feet high, -stout, and tolerably black and hi.
wi:e Jbtiy, nineteen veara old, common tizc,
blaclc colored, and very likely, j hey were
brought from the Eastern Shore of Manland
last November, arid ran away the 8th instant,
and no doubt are attempting get to backv-l'bey
will aim to pan through Salisbury, Lexington,
Greensboro. Hillsborough, and ao on to Pe-
teraburg. - -
Any information, directed .to Harrisburg,
South-Carolina, will be thankfully received.
L AVlnrf, . f anKni?,
Wit! alao be iia'd for aDDrchenduur and accur.
ing In gaol, Stephen, thirty-five years of age,
' . 1 ! - "
tolerably black, rive teet 6 or 8 inches high, one
leg rather shorter than the other ; he is no doubt
in company with the above described negroes i
he belonga to the estate of Capt Jamea Potts,
"6it24V BENJAMIN MOltROW.
To Journeymen - Shoemakers.
I WISH to employ a few Journeymen Shoe
maken, immediately good wage, and Stea
dy employment will ba given.'
. ASA THOMPSON.
n. A - J U c-v.c .1 .'Jl V. nf Undt lb, in.ii.Ctr.
mi n. e.wu.i.i.
.1. .NVtA- Cf!i 1
On i. . re 4, not . prtieooa,
frWJ of Mr. Ad4rn.lfg re.pect
pproMhinn Prt.We otW lection. I
l. ikl . .n n rMiunumra of th. f -
r u ... - - - -
r. mMi h IK frUtula i.l I ha eaucut (ID'
j. i - LL. S .h. ftf iKal
Suu, to mM,d ami lmpoe opon jou
ru frUnat of M. A."
r ikr Stale. hclnna , ik- .t r..rvr.l4 .Kl.V InturrMIIOTt. OubU.bCO In ID.
. . " ..-r-.
able dm ol ciuzcoti ika. prefer bim
not lrm njr pcrona predikctlon.. but
trauiA ihev Lflicfe him ho mu.CRH 1
nd, J'.bo;h rcry dttlded in their pr.-PennyUwl. Iniorrerllofi Jrom J btrt
frrfw-Nthe have not betn i ih Vi.t'1r.riW VViVecr.tt.ck 1
W" - Vil. 7...
wc tni'irt. inn - - .
-entr.il. r"" tVy aeTon
motl.e. of pimtfi.,. . ,. .
7 nn "Z, ; ' "ot .ufflrirntlf .iron
rt reareetj . , r V
to ui ihjp he 0, b' 'be Su, ' nd
a. ueh U the et. they deem U unle
to t.rt a arparate Ad.m. Ticket. They
plainly tr, that to urt ticket for Mr.
Adam., relhl he the effect, not to aid
their favorite, but to enable the caurut
tictrt to .ucceed. Thi. i. what they .re
TtMMl to prevent. Perh.naJ9 out of
j MVI IUA.i WH")
to of the Adam, men are oppoed lo the
practice caucuttng the people out of
their itghfi, by a act of .Member of
Conjrre.s. vt of the IqisUture. Hence
thea.are cjposed to the cucu. ticket in
North-t'a'Olina, .nd would not willingly
take any tep that might prosper th.t
ticket. For this reason, heretofore, they
hte utii'jrd, heart and might, in support
of the ticket got up by the people them
selves, and which ia called the People'.
But this tfote of things, however "afjree
able to the fiends of Adams and Jackson,
gWes murrr ones lnes of mind to the
partiwnsofibe caucus candidates. Mere.
Crawford and iallalin. Ther tlinly
see llwt the public aentimeol of the atate
i. against tUem, aiul thai they have no
po&siole dunce or cnrying the vole of
the aUtCi juuos they can auccccd in sow.
iiip, strife mid disunion befveen the friends
of ArL.ns anu Jjckson, who compose the
great mass of the pcole. To accompii.b
this end, errry scheme is put into opera
lion ; butfbe faroiite one is to try and
itJuce the friends of M. Adam, to start
a w parate ticket. To do ibis, their em
issaries are at work i When among the
frje lid. of M f . Arlarns ihey JecJire that
the people i ticlet is pledged to General
Jackson, and that it will not go fo Adams
in r,ent when amontr the frrenUs of
Oen. Jackson, they insinuate that the
people', ticket is pledged to Adims, and
thiit Jackson is only a tool a bail held
out to gull ihe people. By; och arts as
these, they hope to excite visions among
the. people, and thereh lo aneak in with
tne cotifwa ticket.
That this is all true of the caucus par
ty.Ionly desire you to watch the move-
ments of their drill-sergeants about each
little village, and you will be satisfied I
say village, fdf.'in the country, among the
people, the caucus plan ha. but few ad
Now. I tall upotv the friends of Mr.
Adama and-XisitwJa kwnr and more par
ticuUrly on those of Mr. Adams, to .ay
whether they will suffer, tuejnseJve. ao
be thus duped and made tools ol by the
jugglers, and schemers of the radical bar-
ty. iiui i, n you are contending lor f
latin, whoavsorought forward on princi
ples aojepunant to what you hold right.
My fellowcitizens, I have witnessed
the rise, process, and decline of the old
parties in thii government ; but in the
moat gloOmy Jcriod of the reign of terror,
there wa. nothing half so alarming as the
struggle now gning on. It is my honest
and deliberate 'pinrwr that the preserva
tion of th tomiifutiori, aiidhe rTghts'of
the people, greatly depend upon the ler-
MrAfrTIf "rydbeTTeTTbiTnce man may jg
Z i?th&X - L!C.n' f.y" can" now bf bearing the
will am uo etyo or cranjyfu nTV i',a ,neciina.iVwrv,vuiL,UTasf on tn
Ui i M ,n" "
I'r Undt w Afln - " .
,n4 unlit, M.n w j.v' Ticket
.our o.n, Ibt iWV7.C)iV.!IJ
T,yVoua oiwt oa. Uimennjer i
..rtilnr word. )'"Hi'i"
- J Ulh. MinOIIOfl Rr''"
I Ik iw.rt, 100, 01 onuw-nc.r
ttr- .! ihririrulti ma wt
b. enuln Wendi of AU. At lU
...niL that r. kodlntr h raulfe. to
maiif w tin in iiiiiuB w.
Ime.iure thl cinnot btneni ,u7
.... . , A
1 it... nmfria la hav ..t bc.rt. PritClpI
'"V r-- - .
m1 mcurc, no roeo,
That the peopl. m.f com. Mltly out
of ibb conl.it, U ! P''
1 UAIi Uf ,uwrvfc.
" T. WI.T..I fMH.U
l Mr. Hkitti int .umor
Iia hi. frimd in N'orlH-C.rolin., heajefl
i '-" -- - - r. , .
Raklgk RcKUtcr naa lime "V"
trulh, and le. lor l rpuww", i.i
1 i.mniincr in trantfer ih. odium Ol th.
m.dt on lb. character .nd inieRrlty of
that (real man and for what purpose f
for th. purpot. of elev.iintr to the Vic.
Pre.idency ih. active lnaiif,lor of that
insurrection ! an Iniurrection which be
cam. .o furmU.ble, from it. violenc.
and number., a., in th. opinion of Cen.
U'ahinRton, to require .nd ju.'.ify the
calling forth telve thout.nd men, .t the
head of which he ag.in .ppc.rtd in pro
In reviewing the military and political
life of the father of hi. country, no fWr
irnn citizen c.n but feel that he owe. him
a heavy debt of gratitude ; and th.t it be
come, a duty to enemn his rormory,ind
I guard hi. repuuiion. What aenument,
j then, but one of decided Indignation,
ought we to entertain, al the efforts which
the minions of Mr- Gallatin are making,
to shield him Irom the well-merited odium
of the whiskey insurrection, by branding
with rorruption the father of our country t
Th " l..t Mitj.iliy mm, w
informal of the essay, which are miking
to foist Gallatin into the Vice Presidency,
by reviling Gen. Washington. I pray
you to republish the letter in question,
and an extract from his speech to Con
gress, delivered Nov. 19lh, 1794 and
let it be aeen who stands convicted of de
liberal falsehood, the father of hia coun
try, in solemn speech at the clos. of
the insurrection, la the United State o
America, in Congress assembled, or Ihe
author of ihe letter to his (radical) friend
in- Nor t h -Carolina. AMERICA-
The letter, and the extract, requested to
he published by our correspondent " America,'
will be found on the first page of this week's
paper. We the more willingly pubtith them,
notwithstanding their length, aa the efforts of
the rnticHntri to elevate such a man as Albert
Gallatin, who is attainted of Ihe foulest political
crime know n to the laws of any eountrv, to the
v ice Presidency of Uie nation, at the expense
of the fair fame of our revered Wasaiaave,. re
... .mtnay ana unprecedented, that evbry Jmrr.
kan, who ia animated by a single spark of the
patriotism of the father, of the Revolution, must
feel indignant at such base conduct of some of
his coiiiUrymen i and because we feel it an in
cumbent duty to warn our fellow-ciltxens'of all
schemes that are subversive of their liberties
and that may endanger the perpetuity of their
Ilf New Jersey, as we mentioned a few
days ago, Jackson'a popularity really as
tonishes us. Meetings continue to Jbe
held, at many of which a majority of votes
an Adams paper, published in that slate.
in tne tallowing paragraph, u grin, horri
bly a ghastly smile," at the resdlt of a r.
cent meeting in Honterdon county.
Presidential question. The meeting was
but thinly attended, considering that the
notice was for the county ; but the Jack
son men were too many for the Adamsites,
for they outnumbered them 40, the vote
standing', fr Jackson 1 30, for Adams 90.
Hence this tecond meeting will, in it. ef
fects, be much more unfavorable to Mr.
have been represented as a tiartial tm.
" 111 I hit ! hn ' Wm Sn. . .11 I...-I.
- c -'.. u r.Mt.nr.
I'm','" I 'raw, la Ut-l,U tarrtfum! f (,4
f,tty,n,n t( (n-n. I. r,;" U K, f wl, a
S rm m tit ftf V'wM b', ,rtrsMa
rr rpii'm U .o-l J'n tv!Mf u,
o.ir yea-lrr, ifrm4 of lh nwwifWnfa oy4
ham;.M tl wr fwiMfv's tWrtUt, al it.
boaor. alxi.a la turn, tb,iuTout tba Vmm.
Yesterday tb contempla ed arrsng,.
mcDts for lb. rtcipiloo of L i'atuti,
wer. carKcd into I fleet.
At an early hour otir nr.tti Ug,n t4
...uma ih. .nrrsnc. cf . rtncral kij;.
dsy Thf ert C H d jaii h c Itluns, thk.
plHnc to pl.c forably huatid U s
KwflbNATIO-ClJtiT. t .
' Tb. ..v.kd. M tiUMiu Mvtnf beet
arranged by tb. Marshal nd,r iba Ji.
redloo of Cotooet Html, proceeded t,
th. aeat of liov.rnor r.t,.Tia,wer. tl.
received LA h AT L l 1 1 ana cooaocted
bint to tb CUr euibotiilts, tbo crt
awsltlnf to i.civ. him.
Al II W r mtm riu
reached the city line, when a eitlor.il w
lut. wa. fired by that excellent corp. ih
Boston See Fcnclblei, ttaUon.4 on Soutl,
Boaton Helgbta. ' ClrilUU h.vina; been
Interchanged betwet) Gen. U r'.yetu
and the city authorise., tb. order of et
cort was Immediat.ly arranged, and com.
menc.d It rogres throoh ihe tht.
Tb. .treet through which tb. procesMoa
passed wert liter.tly thronged wkb ai
dressed people, who manifested tb. nvxt
lively enihosUim. Every window la ih.
course of lb. procession wat filled mk
ladies anilou. 10 oot.in view ei uu
early friend of American freedom.
The appearance of the escort wts very
National Flag., which ve (bent a vrr,
animated appearance. Kvery thing r
fact indicated thai patriotic feeling whk,,
lov. and gratitude demand lor America',
Upon bit arrival at the bd of the Ml,
the civic part of the escort witdistnUscI,
when General La F.yette, accomp,niei
by tbe Mayor, and conducted by Marshtl
IlarrU, pa.sed in review th. scholars of
our public school, drawn up in a line n.
th. Common. The scholars .11 wort I
F.yette badge.. He ex pre lied himtd
very deeply gratified br this exfyfjiiioi
Me then repaired to the Senate Clirn'r;
where he paid hi retpect. to His Excel
hrry y Govr mor, and Tts i'rotlucis1
to tb. Honorable Council and many ciu
tens. His manner Is affable and pleasing,
and b. appear.-much affected bv the
warm and cordial melcome with which he
About 3 o'clock h. took bis leave of ihe
provided for him at the head .1 Part
' t. -TLT
.treet. uunng tne-wnoiv oi ma proren
through oor City, tbe enthusi.sm of our
citizen ha been very feai. The iir
wa. filled with their huixas, and at timet
the preisure wa ao great, a actually :u
top the carriage. In which he rode. U
hia passage from the State House, lo bit
own residence, he wa repeatedly tnJ
loudly cheered, and was accompanied by
crowd of enthusiastic cUisent.
A handsome arch wa thrown acros
Washington aireet at the kite or the ol I
fortrncatlont, now occupied by the Gree.
Store. - Upoo this arch there was ihi
foliowing inscription i
WELCOME LA FAYETTE."
The fathers' in glorr shall Jeep,
That gathcrM with thee to the fiit I
Dut the aona w ill eternally keep
The tablet of gratitud" bright.
We bow not Ihe neck, and we bend not tlie It.
But our heart., Li raheVf,vt aurrendertothrt.
Another beautiful arch was" thrown
.cross the same Ureal at thv H of 1
old Liberty Stump, opposite Boylt"i
Market. There were also on this ik
Nothing occurred to mar the festiviu
of the accasion.
La Fayette rode uncovered, and con
ttuntly returned, by. bowing, tbe loud
greetings with which he was welcomed.
About five o dock La Fayette repaired to
the Exchange,-where he dined, with (ha
Mayor and city authorities. He was loud
ly and repeatedly cheered on entering the
Beside the fWs susnenrled aerOs th.
streets of our city yesterday, the Nation''
flag wa.boi.d on thfr cupola of tbe Suit
House and proudly waved within sight et
hundreds of thousand of admiring people
Many patriotic individual, raised fbp
upon their buildings, and in one instance
the national flag of Erin wis suspended
fionuhcJiouse ol oncof-het soot in xomi
memoratioc of the occasion) and of (
utZ f Montgowiery.
wnen the procession t,-ow-
the beil were rung, and salute were area
by the several Artillery Compani.'. wimT
city. 70)00 people, it is laid, were
Boston, and witnessed these cerelnon,e'
Yesterday Mr. Eberiner CloupWf
sented to General La Fatttb a
ing Cane, on which wa engrave.' the
following inscription:,. u
i - City Boittm, Mf. 24,1
EreentedIb Xlenerai X :tjej, j''
ft, It kt...j- vi . ., .n nf rest cCi