J. r. J
t 'i f II II ,-. ,
r. to riii'r vft-nt. ng M in"
j.fll til tha I
it Urge II il 1
(! , i ,
r.!cr tu.tCiir wn rttfn wim
. . t . a I . - . I
iiHUilf' It wis, however, vtry rt
.,f table one I end show! that the liuill
J Improvement it msllng ednncsi In
tail County, that promises 19 da much f"f
tb tsuse d W eceoocny tod doreestU
Jtiirf, ' ,
The commltteo tainted ta tierauie
the U itoch.end to award the print
emi offere d for MU daf's t bUiO., ewi
Uitlnf of JunUl 8ntl.WUJ'.moIf
rU, and CeofE Lock, report i the fco
claty it folio! I ' ' ' '
1 he pri mlum of t44 tatde!, offered
fcr the W UU, uodir two nor over
ht f tart of lit, U warded to lb oafteri
of tU Bull "Rowsn.", ThU li vert
na animal, or tbe llenlordshirt breed,
aged two m Miy( pu'chastd by
company of CcoiUmw of Salisbury tod
fat thlnltf . '"
Tki fold medsl offered for tbo best
kiifcf urwJer threw atari old, U iwirded
to Junius Sored, Esq.
Tb ailrer Cwtsol 10 value, offered
for tho best milch cow, U awarded to
Tbi prelum of S I0 ciibt for tbt bM
eolt, to Un thin on nor mot e tbia four
ytan old wn twirded to Ur. C Irvlo.
Tho like premium of 810, luwirded
lo John Douihet, for fill of lb ucne
The premium of o elegant bridle, it
An honorary premium It tvirdcd to
Ale under Long, ten. lor in ntrorJini
rr fioi hOrto mule, product of tbi Jck
Don Piurro. Mr. Tbonn L Cowio,
alio cibiUicd i wj Sao mule, of tbt
Tht prtmlum of 85 50, (or the bttt
o plgi d 83 SO for tbt Uit bor pi 15,
rtivirdcd to Mr. Jroei Hull. Both
of tbet pip art erf flnt, and promitt
nluiblo cqulhloo to tbU Mdhn of
tht rouotry tbtjr ert procortd br Mr.
If. of tn pprorcd nock from tbt oonb.
Tbt cororoiUct tikt occsttoo to notice,
that tbert vert uerl t cry fioear old
colli md filltci axhilnied, by Mcnra.
Lone Craig, Covao, Kelly, and Brown,
wbkb abow that tht iplrit for improving
tht Mock of bortet it not dormant in old
ftowan. Mr. Momi A. Lockt, iIm ex
bibited a coll of four tnoothi old, product
of hi horn Dion, whico pomnei un
commonly fint parti. '
Tht committat would ilto notice, in a
very farilcular ruannrr, tbrct very fina
calvce'that were ihowo, one by Mr.
Brown, not her by Mr. Lockt, and the
third by Mr. Iluit. From tbt appear
tnct of theft caWea, and tho recent acqui
aition oi Kood cowa and a Cn bull in the
ficinitr of SaUtbury, It it evident that
our atock of caitlo it rapidly improting,
and promise! to turn out a great advantage
to the country.
Tbo report of tbt committee on family
domestic manufacture, ttull appear in
our next. dito.
. The PreiUentUl Election ia Pennlani
look pUca on iba 29th ult. In the city and
county ofFhiUxlclphia, the only pUc in the
aute here the frieml of Jickton bad any km.
the vote stood as follows 1
Andrew Jsckson S364
John Q. Adams, 1300
WilEam II. Crawford. 5U0
John Q. Adants, $76
M iHim II. Crawford, 480
Henry Clay, gi
The partial returns that bad been received
from the counties adjacent to Philadelphia, (at
the date of our latest papers,) gave Jackson al
most a unanimous vote, ft ia thought that, at
the lowest calculation, the majority of Gen
Jackson in the whole state of Pennsylvania, will
Clutr!ettoiuTte board of health of this city
have not reported any new case of yellow fever
for two or three weeks part. We should, there
fore, presume that this pestilence has been en
tirely arrested m that city. The board of health
report fax deaths on the 29th ult. from oldcates ;
tar on the lit Inst, me on the 2nd, and on Nov. 1.
Steam boat cm. The Charleston pa
pen inform us, that the steam boat Co-
lumbia itarted from the wharf in that city
cuxiha. 23& M1U f or Georgetown and Cho-
raw and that wban within two miles of
Sullivan's Island, she groundedduring
the night the slid off into deep water, and
toonjlled and tunk. A Mra. Rantin and
child, and a wench and child were unfor
tunately drowned. The other passengers,
with the crew, were with much difficulty
saved. Tho cargo of the boat was tri
fling in value,
ii . . ' m
Humility r-lhts most excellent of all
"moral virtues, is to have a low esteem of
ourselvei ; which Ja. thii particular ad-
others. - ' .
l.I.l.Cl K) Ki.l I 1INH.
ticMft tr lutsi iv u. t
vl t f. ' -3 l. f n si 4 t!. mm!i, a-i
t,f m tl. Mti. ' frnm mt llrfy Ml 1 "f
II f.,MLI lU V.J-'l Ttl ail SI
fMct4. Ytt A f M lfi t4
vutti r'l l U tt !, i3 be qtkJ t tl
U ainy lta U at U A( sW'' t but
It t.Q We sMMb rir ! 'r Ukta on a
turmt tr 4 tbia kind k NorlK-CtJi-a,
rfif 1 U ao cMy U U 4 , wtve rVr
trTurti waf l tl tts t"- ty ia
U.U uo vA M Wlt.U i wU Oa
free of Suc, tbo fullewiif sslWr 13
iTATr. or firs votti w bovta.
a: I tux a l anus.
' I alUUry,
Mock'a OU r-U, .
rMBk foiimiL a frirrvl writes as, that tba
PtwpW sTksrt rc,4 U totes, tsr wmmum
surra eodorMd foe Mr, AdaJM. And that the
Crawford ticket revived it vUeS, 19 of wblcli
vera endornd for Mr. Adaa.
Pamir's Ticket, 32
Caucus llcket, II
Our corrvapondent eWrvrs, that, " as there
was ao ticket for Mr. Adama, a greet miatbcr of
kia friends did nut vote at all i" bat that, uadcr
these cireuiM'ineta, be rteeived 74 votes, as
snanifrstod by the endorsement on the tkkeis.
Bt BATUJlDArs MAIL
PUKTHER ELECTION KEICKNS.
Prom SjUvt wmnty, we have only heard the
rrsuh of the election in the to a of Salem,
which k as follows 1
- People's 1 icket. 174
Caucus do. 26
Majority for the people, US
We afco learn, from our eorrevpowdent, that
at the Crw Fntd, in Stokes, a rW of caucus
mra bad associated there, with the view of pre.
vtirtlaf ay th people's tickets from being
given ia 1 and ta 4j M cicctlon, everv man
who was opnoaed to the caucus, when be at
tcmpted to vote, was aamahed, his vote wres
ted from him, and trod under foot This club
utcd the most shameful means to dissuade the
citizens from voting for the people's ticket.
They propsgstrd a tale, that if Gee. Jackson was
elected, the wn were to be taxed by him, to
the amount of tlurty thtad dBar$, which sum
vu to be applied to the support of msnufac
turea. Other scandalous reports, of the same
nature as the above, were industriouily circula
ted by this lawless club. Such doings require
no comment 1 the character of their authors ia
stamped upon their foreheada.
From Davidson, we are advised of the follow,
ing result of the Election t
rioriVs ticest. cscccs tic a sr.
Lexinefnx 207 49
Connecticut, By partial returns from this state,
it appears that the Crssford ticket which tu
formed there, will be outvoted fourfold by the
friends of Mr. Adams. There can be but little
doubt, that Mr. A. will get u3 the votes in the
whole five New England states.
cesaiw, nn. 5.
CtttonK good deal of this article ! coming
to market, and ia in good demand. About one
hundred balea were brought in wagona yester
day, which commanded from 10 to 12 cents.
Very prime would bring 13 cents. iidett.
TUB NEW JERSEY ELECTIONS
Closed yesterday. The result, as we
anticipated, is in favor of tbt "Hero,"
who binda all hearts to him with " hooks
of steel." The Fredotrian," an Adama
paper, published at New Brunswick, gives
up the Slate) to Jackson. Private accounts
also represent the general result as aus
picious lo the Hero of Orleana. Thus
we go cheerily and triumphantly forward.
- a . " " I
ei week we ahull have Maryland t vn
waiuiuar icccivc accounts irom unio,
Jackson s victory: and on the tth of
March next, wt shall hail him President.
fc. Columbian Obterver
Tht Afw-rr ELECTION now en
grosses the exclusive attention of the peo
ple of that State. Cotum. Observer.
From 4 A'ew- Ytrlc paper, .Vot. 2. '
At the close of the polls last evening in this
city, Custom and the People's Ticket stood be
tween tJirte and Jour hwidfeil in advance of Uie
caucuNfes. This is but a foretast of the glo.
rious victory that wJJT oerch ubbn fhe'itiiiJard
of uilrHkeopIr) Vi'bich wsres triunipbaiit.
M ! S S
We .,t U, 1 '
1 . 1 1
'1 I ki t 1 m! I'f n I-
t r. Irtr.iaee.CriwI ..-4ali Jks.n
Ill A'lims 14. I Cuii"ysr, n!.rj
jj Js foj Mm j
TLa f.UnJi cf Ad. ml U Ntt York are
axut to sUndon Mm, and lu.t the
j;0iB CVwrnMii QUtrvrr,
h Seven to ftlnt are bet tbsl IrxH King
and Verpl.nck abandon A Jims ma tome
out fur Jack. A peep at tit Ametl-
tan of Uasaln wtU prove H
Tbt Ugislstort of Ibt Slatt of Dela
wart will isemUt at Dor w Mondsy,
tht lib Inst, tor Ibt puewst of cbooslng
IJecton of President td Vkt-Presldsot
of the Uoittd Suite. J" '
Utility irtrft W. trt con.
...A ia tears frtm tbt TennesKt pe-
pera, that tht Pfiytr of tbt petition t
tbt Trainee 01 our wnivr.T
glilaturt of thai Statt, Ibal tertatn ei
ek.atad Mfliianr Land Wrrrenti mK'bt
he ediudlcited and passed fcf ker benefit,
was, on thi 34tb ult. rejected In tbo House
of RcprtKnudvte by ot ot to 10
V Htiilgh KrgUttr.
r..eral Alveir.the Mlniarr from Bu
rnne Ayrts, and hie Secretary, Colonel
v.i... lh this clt last week, to return
t. . Mm undent iod thst Gen. Alvesr
bis been appointed Cammander In 1 tbUf
of the armtordrrea w tss. me ,n
r.k,.r nt.eainafje Iloyalist Spso-
- -i. I .,. .III
vu i lO'onei inim wn mtmi
have command lo the tiPtdiUon, at en
gineeri In which department be sustains
the character of peculiar merit.
mmmm A'ut . OUT.
Tbt Corfu of CaJett, of the United
Steles Militsry Academy, he ofTred a
ry medsl, of 50 dollars value, lor toe
best drslra of a Monument to the roe
mory of General 7Wrfri Antro.
1 he Mooument is to be erected at West
Point, on a ruda romsti'lc l Dot wbkb
bers the name of Kosciusko. Cisrden,
hecsuw! It h-d once beeo his Uvorite re
trs-t in hie leUmt moments. DesigTu
to be eihibited br tbt Jrst of January
IIJ5. CommunUatloos lo be addressed
to JameiS.Tbompsoo, P. M'Martin.and
T. If. Rideelvt Committeo of Calet
I West Point. - a 1.
ytw OlLIaws, OCT- 11.
The ffv H prtraili In our city we
are sorry to see various citizens who had
absented themselves, at strangers, coming
thus early .among us. Tbo weather for
the Isst few days hat been. unfavorable to
health, and v niters are not considered
The deaths br yellow fever on the 0th
10th, 1 lib of Oct. averaged eight each
hbw oaiiAKs, OCT II.
Madam Iturbidt and family. .The echr.
United State; Capt. Fitch, of Baltimore
arrived at Baratarta on the 29th ult. from
Soto la Marina, having on board as pa
aeneers. tho .widow of the ei emperor
of Meilco, and her family and suite, con
sisting of two children, t nephew, two
nrlests. and two aenranti. Tb ladies of
Commodore Patterson and Captain Cun
ningham, who bare a summer residence
at that place, urged the unfortunate
stranger (who appeared to he in a delicate
state of health) to come to New Orleans
and remain t few weeks until her health
should bo reitored ; and through the po
lite aid of Capt. CunningMm, the arrived
An S.rurdar evenlne. lltr nephew and
one of the priest! went irj the schooner
. . ?sa
c iinaana. whonce tney win continue
their voyage for Baltimore. We are in
formed that Capt. fitch is entitled to
much credit for hit particular attention
and politeness to this forlorn family on
their passage. , They left Soto la Marina
on the I6ih ultimo. ,
We further learn it ia the intention of
Mad. I. to remain a few r weeks at Mr.
Zacharie'a plantation 1 to proceed through
tho western country, on the first rise of
water, lor a northron port, and thcuce cm
bark for Europe.
From Peru. Tbt National Gazette, of
the 2d ins:, saya that Lieutenant Hunter,
of the frigate United Slates, Captain Hull,
arrived at Philadelphia that morninc, in
the schooner Utility, from Chagre, which
vessel he brought home, the captain,
mate, and one teaman, having died at
Chagrt. Lieutenant Hunter brings the
official account, pristed at Trojillo on the
17th August, ot collar's victory over the
cavalry of Canterac Tho. Lieutenant
wasrhtmMif at Tnnirtnrtft.ini.r.-.w- Ar-
Un tho 1 5th tAugustttheta was a public
rejoicing for it i a aplenUd dinner and
ball , were riven br tht Prefect of the
place, and the beads of oir government
toasted on tbe occasion, ludge Prevost
acted as vice-president.
Lieutenant Hunter confers the Pat
riot cause as almost certain of entire
success. Bolivar was extremely popu
lar. Captain Hull was to tail on a cruise
from Callao the day. after the departure
of the Lieutenant, who has brought des-
patches from him tor vjwr- government. I '
Oh board s
vu was wcu
,? trt n ir .
1 l.rt'i ''-' t, ' "' t.'t.tjf I'
P . TW 1", P'i r t,, if.h, l
4 ttinf tn-it'J, SS A t?. U' -.a, J(.
yranll.n, U Urn Bt's 44. Vlll:'4.w U
WJifil cin';, (!u;.tf if tvL J WU
fWrirt'd thU f.f, e the 2il U.
of s UffW Uk U bure Hb a
fufl.ta trvJy UttmuKg 1 CWiM, Mr, iCam
AIM, a at f rinManv. Ut M tp sdl ol
v 7ri rpkit4 cMre s suHia., iomsiv.
Mr, M.Urf. aU.U U Ivrakb. VM d.ir4i4
for Lis rtr.iLU dtoatitoe s4 aprirtaeM of
ttadcf parent, and Htkkiiti
Itft btluM bim l widow and four a.tult children.
to btwad tUir bvrparslde lossi thourh ibev
bse a bappr cansoUtMin, A few tfars prior to
decease, n eonvuwI iU tnoat were srouiyl
bis Ud, that bie aim ere pardoned 1 la Ua U4
ttflta, n was rrvooeMhr beard a pin Ike
aajae of hie Maker ad aipaing t Lm for
forriveneaa. Let ba friends now condyle Ibevn.
sclree with the pUsag rvletion. that M Is
tow enjoying plriwrra, wlueb Cannot be ob.
tained m this worVL but aucn a are promised
a piooa and benevolevit cbrwiione M Ike worlil
lo com. - RUwrd ie be that oometn U the
nams of the Lard." teaaesiovia.
(fVa abovo obituary notice was rcorittd dor
ing the Editor! late itlneas, sod wasatidaid
slirfh Will account for the delay ia Its pubQ
s ion. J
0X Thurwlav, tlie 2nd December, I dl a It,
at tho dwrtlmr Imiow of William I'arii,
iter A, , ttie fulloifif articles of personal
prv(eny, oelorging 10 nil eaie, lo K ;
A Uit Quantity of Cotton and Cora,
Hi), Poddcr, tvc.
A wagua, and farming tooli,
A prime fifty aw Cotton Ca,
Ami a rod Screw, fcc. Ivc.
A crtilit will be given, and security required.
Terms made known on the day of tbe sale. Sale
l continue from day to day.
AO oeraoos indebted Id ll estate, are re
queaitd to pay tbeir debts,. and creditors wul
pksae present their accounts, properly authen
ticated. R. II. ALEX A.N DtK. .Um'r.
AVreer 6, 1824. 2t3
Kstatc of Jos. Hamilton, tlccM
flUlf. subarribers havinr omriRed. on the 21st
B -i - t r m I , t . . A . t
the laat wilt and teatamcnl of the said Joseph
liamuton, neceaseu. do herrby notify all persons
having legal dcniamla againat the estate of the
said trvtatcr, to present the atn lor ptynvnt
within tba time prracribed by law, or otherwise
they shall be furevcr barred 1 and all thoae that
are indebted to the said estate, are requested to
disks imraeuate pa) ment.
NANCY Hs MILTON,
RaihrrfJ r. .V. C. Ort. 22, 1124. 7l3l
I AN AWAY, on the 10th of
October, 1824, t negro man
name'. .4&.,ated 27 years. Ma
the 8th of November, 1824, by the
subscriber, snd taken on home.
with a pair of band-cuftaon. On arriving at the
aubtcriber's bouse, on th9tbof November, 1824,
be wss left in a room itb a small boy j wbibrt
tbt family was at supper ia another room, by
tome means Adam alint out of the door, and
made bia escape. At the time he w aa taken up,
be had several free papers ia his posaeasio.
Tbe said boy Adam has a scar on bia right
hand, occasioned by a wagon wheel, lie bad
on, when he went away, a snufT-colored eurtout
coat, with band-cufTa, well rivelted. He has
heretofore paiaed as a brickmsker, snd as a free
man when laat taken up. One hundred dollars
reward ill be given for the spprehension and
delivery of said negro.
JM4 MACK CHUMP.
Dividtn nm, A. C. AVn. 9, 1824.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
Vew oY GootVs
THE subicribers are now opening sn extensive
assortment of r and tratmablt Gd,
consisting oTjpoit every variety of staple and
fancy Goods, suited to the Carolina market.
which they will sell on the most liberal termi,
sml to winch toey invite the attention of toe
STUAltT. DIRDSALL fc Co.
FatKUnnttr, Oct. 28, 1824. 51.15
ONE of sober, industrious habits, who csn
come well recommended, will meet with
encouragement from tbe subscribers.
Apply soon. THOMPSON fc MINT.
Concord, Cabarnis county, ? 27
N. C. Oct. 4, IS4. s
State of North-Carolina,
tSCiVXlT of Equity, October term, A. D. 1824
J John Evans and others rt. Charles Dal ton
and wife, Robert Winston and others. Original
bill. It having heretofore been suggested to us
that Char'ca Dalton, one of. tbe dvfendanta in
fliii Case, hath diedi andirippeannjJTffusi that
his k. Uw iKriwi reside wmnnme umits
of tliis state, it is therefore ordered, thst pub.
licalion be msde in the Western Carolinian,
printed in Salisbury, for six weeks successively,
that the heirs at law of the said Charles Dalton,
deceased, appear at the next Court of Equity to
be bolden tor the county or Stokes, at t'le
court-house in Germanton, on the 4th Monday
after the 4th Monday in March nest, and shew
cause, if any they have, why they should not be
made parties to the suit j otherwise the bill will
be taken, pro confesso, ai to them, and the cause
scj. down for hearing ex parte against them.
Witness John C. Ilium, clerk and master of the
said court, at office, the 4tli Monday after 4th
Monday 4a Kepis mbcr, A 1824,- ---
Copy fmm the minutes. 6t37
I'nce 75. ' JUll.N U. rsLVII, r. H. t. I
'(..ill I.I )( It,
il I it r, i. not r fif,
Il in. u a .f.f
j bi.w L .f w.
y br prft'. stU;Ki si f r
71 yvi im.)ms
31 ttu H, r.
U do. t
I U, UUtt .
fj) Itp cut ala and bra-U, srtsd, 41 to 40d
SQ t't'4 twd I", sewrVid
llW dt. tMfllMJt h
Urth.ibU.'.d atl I
:0 d, (4 t,l ,
1 do. alrf as lyU
4 L Immi v
flTJO do. atev Iroayl . ' -- i ,
4J botei , 0 ro"n Csnla
19 do. da. 6 wool t'anla
10 do. I bv 10 and 10 by 13 Window JS
100 reams vi ripping tT
9J do, Hnimg d. ,
w kri rrr Dvt's rowdrr
3 do. Shot, airud
3 d. bar Uad -lObbUlanWrfHl
20 do. Mactsrtl
craies Stone Jugs, ssaorttd '
IJon lbs Sahpe're '
yjQ 40. Abias
JoO do, Urimetone
llargging, UW I4np sml Iwine
Hut, an saortanenlof f AIM'S, OIL, sl
AUo, a e.tiatid supply of W Corrf.
(UUrr n, IS.'t. K
n Vf. rrcentd Ibeir fJJ io p.la'i'n t VUJ
OOOU. direct from Enrlan-I awl 'ew.
Verb. IVtr SMunment inctotUs ettncsl tery
ankle weeded in a Cwinlrv wur.
Ibry UUall rt(oi.M tkrs Is como
snd boy, on ss liberal tmns of eli' as aa
gitea by any iwprtrr in tl t'ni'rd iaiea.
Other hMMI in Ibis lan l.,e ImjKHtnd so
largely tbts seaaiMi, that 0m amount of fols
brrs at prvaeif , far eiceeds lUt of in fi.mrr
time in our eipervice. I1is rock of Cttmt
m eoially ettenaite.
Coontry dealera, therefure, hive n-any -mote
sdranUges now than heretofore, in tbia irirWU.
fifk PACKAt.r.Sof F.rp, Idia an I
UX)4 mUmnue Ihj Mi, rret-wd the
but armak, snd are offrrrd at AW is.d
mait, at a small advance Irom coat. Also,
Cotton and Wool CariU
2S caacs Straw lUmneti
(W neai of biml and parking bosrs
J trunks aliell, ivory, un snd imitation Con')!
Wool lUii, be. '
Tbe above articlra have been ae'eded for ih
market, ami aortl.y the aHr,.tio., of cmnt-v
merrtianta, who are revpertfnlly incited lo tall
and examine the goods and pnees.
E. tu. LEWIS,
'faawsmft', Ort. 28, 1824. to
J AMES KYLE, formerly of Riehmond, Virg.
( now onrninr. in lha larrr brick bouw .'
formc riy occpied bv llnrh Campbell. Eaq. thrto
hnndred and eiglity-nine pat kages of
Cf)0(J ,riwarr Gncer'tet, sV.
.He? whkh win b.
I dv wntirnitf mihi muii.
A onrtsnt sopply of beet Bolting Clo'tn.
GooiU will be received by every arrival Iro.H
rufrttrf llt, X. C. Od. 27, 1824. 4t34
Hardware and Cuttlerv.
DAVID B. CRANE fc CO. hive jn't rer'd
their fall importation of IIAHll'AiB
and Cuttlcry, direct from England. 1 heir p en.
ent aaaoHment consists "of almost evrrv artiito
UMalty kept in a country store, and is n u
larger than usual i which they ofl'er at wAi. i'.
to responsible country dealers, on a Lb- ixl
tmtffttevire, Oct. 28, 1824. 9C)
THE subw'Sers sre receiving, n.! op"-irij,
at tbeir J 'TONK in Concor i, fUrm trm i
Philadelphia and New.Vork, a la-a' ;1 lu rd
All kinds of Goods :
snd have made arrangements to r ' IVuti
laid places, awmMy, snv furlicr supf ! that i jv
be necessary selcc'ed with care, aad !.iid in at
prices that will enable them to sell vt-rv low.
ITieir eustomera, and the public at lar., are
rrspactfully invited to call, examine, ami j u'c
for themsolves. U UK PHY & tlKOttN.
Ctnctrd, Sept. 1324. 148
try Country 'Produce, of all kinds, received tn
exchange for floods.
Boot and Sho Kstabligliinent
EBETCE7.EU DtCKiiOX takes this mrtl.ml to
inform his customers,, and the public at
larc-e, that he has removed his Ao-eAa from
the house he formerly occupied, snd haa taken
the house owned by Mr. Thomas I odd, m arly
opposite Vm. II. Siaiigliters house of rmctr
tainment, on Main-atreet, Salisbury where he
will carry on, as usual, the lioot and bM ma.
king business, in all ita variods brandies, in a
style of neatness and disability which, lie.be
lieves, csnnot be surpassed by aiy in the s'ato.
All orders from a distance, for work in his line,
will be faithfully attended to.
f miatonrv) frft-47rs34. If
W. 1). llounstvvUU,
HAS removed to bis new Establish,
nient, on Cameron street, a lew
arda north-west of the Court-Hump.
pledges himself to 1 ravellers snd others
who may call upon him, politeness, plenty, and
Isrinjlnn, ftnvidton envnty, A. C. ' 8137" .
THE subscriber has opened a house of Pri-.
vate Entertainment where Travellers can
be accommodated.. Ke prohusrs all who call
on him, good treatment, with a plenty of the
best tont and drinkT-"- 1 . - .
'14 II. B. 8ATTERWHITE.
lVi'l-ethorovgh, JvneMth, 1824, . ,
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