tkCVt Ttl '.rl) TO EX'ZZARIii.
i. ... .i.it J In L'e National I oteili-
Lnceremofly wii Koin on In lU Cpio!,
L. I'jirtf t were teen hovering ovtr
the centre dome, one much larger thin
tb, eih.f iwu-ihit, about the ( clow of
lii tt; tmouy, W17 wju.j
airhL lie UfKU Wi directing ail Bti
:A.T.U the Writ. Some tige toothiiy
to represent the . autnleea of Messrs.
A..l..-m-.;. ... '. r .
Be Jhst at lt.msy 1 it It now ascertained.
tfutth binJt were not Eajitt tm flvx
tar'dt. The larye one waa common
Buxurd.iiixitht other twclCarronCr6t.
Some auguri have gone to far (0 In
limit Chat one of the'earron crowi rcp-
resenttd Mr. Cur
' . . I1-. St" 1
, fM t vbnii tiuuiur,
.' - . ' TIB CAt'CL'eV :
Ah-, fThlt 1 From tbt heed of this
communication It would appear that 1 In
tend to revive the discussion 01 the ediout
Brattice of caucusing but tblt It Dot my
dttlgn, it I sincerely bop, that oar po
litical korizoQ will not be egiln darkened
by luch enti re publican anembllet. Mr
enlf aim by trdi tvmmonieitlorf, it to
bow that a. representative It unworthy
of confidence, who diiregtrdt or tett
at ntught tbt declared will of bit coo
v)Mtuentai that thit wat done by our re
oona .te . . .fc.s. imiVuwu.ii,
' Tbo fartt- acted by the delegation
from North Carolina, to tbo Utc Preti
ienlJ election, can only find . parallel
I in iu mow, corrupt cicrncnia 01 numaa
society. Lti It then tttnd at a beacon (
let it be treaiared up in our memorial
tod let it be told to our children, to guard
them igalnit tbo like niarpaiiont la In
ture. , .
In North Carolina, the eleaor of Pre
tident and V U e-Prt Udenr we re c hoten
by tbe'pcopleLTbe people elected them
for tba .purpose of choosing the ery can-'
didtto ihat they would hsve chose, hid
each individual gavo -bit rote directly.
Tblt U at" If should be. But, If the clec-
ton when assembled at Raleigh, had Riv
en their totet to ctndidalea odiout tn the
beople, and contrary to tbeir declared i
md sovereign will, then, tod In that cue,
ihey would biro forfeited Ihe confidence
reposed indbera, end consequently do
lerrcd the execruieni of ever? good man
a the community. .. In tbiijlarht our re
prtientativet tbould br rleweoV They
knew the will of tbeir conttituentt, but
iher acted directly contrary to it. " With
V bitbrace now, can they atk tbete tamo
ieoplt; wJo-tbey -hae rkk'J, to givo
hen tbeir tuarajet again t .With ao ill
race turely. But, ootwithitandwr til
bete tbinjrt,tbey .are train jcandidatet,
Ind ire willing to baliete that the people
ra inctpable of drapioz lh9 line of dit
inctioh between merit thd demerit, and
elween rlrbt tod wronkl and that they
re willing to be hoodwinked to infinity.
bit tuppoied lenorance of the people
ust m the only bum upon which their
opei are founded. But the people
hether' Ignorant or not, have leirned
aomeininw in tnat unerrmr (cnout 01 e-
wrienxtbef 7-btT" learoed-t a : leatoo
Vhicb will not be toon forgoueo j and at
be approaching tlecUun I aroenuy hope
tee tbe benrfitt t.rialng from Ihcrr cfl:.
Jicaiion duly m.u.iftsted. - totii.
Mr. Editor: Tbe communication In
L! mm A T . .
fi(fni'ur 01 - a xxanve, 1 nave re a
rilh no ordinary "degree of interett and
ttentioo i and-from the courto which
It btt taken, it may be fairly preaumed
hat a bold, liberal, and laudable aplrit of
QQuirv into the neiUof public i men arid
peaturei haa commenced .. - ' -
in a tree repretenutiye covernment
k . t It ( ... . It- C..l 1
or lot the fhiti micinrary ric
Tblt it wrong, U tt much at it kerpt In
obtcurlif men who would not tultcr by t
compariton with thote of but few, if an;
of the Staret In the Union.
"A NiWe" could 11k mmf mnr
tjuitioni, ind antwer them at eorrectlr
at be bat done tho relatlre to Senator
Mtcon. - " - - -. - ,
It mlcht be emphttlctlly ttktd,who It
mUnrA Cot trnor of North Carolina f
Noiktnv mora ii Intended by tkeit
Ju Mnirki than an ciDrtiilon of any
entire approbation of the count taken Jr
ir t . J. .' m WO Will
continue to bold the mirror op to nt
tore. ''-. Boxor"
the vzvr iktmt.
" fn commenting upon tbe appointment
to the new CeMnet, we might with grett
preprlctjThave omitted to tajrllny thing
either of the Secretary of the Navy, of
of the Attorney Ceneral, t Mr. South
ard and Mr, Wirt were both telected by
our late Preildent, Mr. Monroe, and both
remain in the ttniont ttiigned to them
under hie idrnJniitration. Du It . Mr.
Adamt, by retaining tbem, cvprettet Mi
acquietcence In the telection, ind thui
makei himtelf reiponiible for tbeir fit
neti i and it, moreover, ntiiher of tbem
hit etcaped tbe anlmtdvertipni of thote
who ate determined to tee nothing meri
toiloui in' the adrolnlitntlon, of Mr.
Adamt t we thaO go on lo apeak of tbem
at if they re now for the fint time
viiein4 ootmriaw; 'heefettry
r ti wary, 11 a graduate of Princeton
lolitge, in. bit natife tttte of New Jer
tey. He received the bithett
ot mat intututlon tt the early age of tev
entecht and after leveral yean tpent In
ine aiuuy 01 law, ne wat admitted to ibe
war in the year II 1 1. That hit'time
wti not entirely devoted to tba fr nJ
irkiome itudy of legal tcience, but that
he mingled much with hie fcllow citiunt,
and took in active part in the poUita
me ate, may bf Inferred from the fact
that, in 1115, ne.aat elected a member
of the State Legiiltturc, by a larger vote
than had ever before been given in the
tame ciitrict.. He bad acarccly taken
hit teat in thit body, however, when be
wat appointed Judge of tbe Supreme
Court 'of Ne-Jertey an appointment
tbe more honourable to him, at he had
then tcarrely attained hit twenty-eighth
year." Men of that age, In thlt country
at Icttt, ire teldom raited to to dignified
and reiponiible a nation, unleta in reward
for eomeei'MArdinarr Mrvke to the
pobUeJor aa a tribute of rtapoct totran
aeendant. talentt or uncommon moral
worth. Tbe theatre of action in which
Mr. Southard iiad been eneated Vat too
Lcircumtctibed tQ.admit.tbe prabability of
ii uiii c.vjiiuii mc HQnoraoit cusunc
lion, therefore, mutt hive been confer
red upon him, from tbe evidence! which
ho bad exhibited of talentt ind probity.
He continued to hold tbe place of Judge
of the Supreme Court until the autumn
of 1120, when, be wi elected a Senator
of the United Statet, to take hit aeat from
the 4tb of March, 1831 j but tha incum.
befit having retigned l.tnon aflerwardi, be
wat appointed by the Executive of the
State to tnpnly bit place, and appeared
CnM"Settatl T,b6M"lhree' weekttefore
the. dote of tho sionof J30.n. Thit
wat a period when no very important
meaiare cpolicy occupied the attention
of Congieiij or of thq government 'and
Judge Southard had but little opportunity
of meaturing hit ttrcngtb with the grett
Administration, to convince him that the
apr 6f ii,avno.lait tbev.dictatoof
good tente than of aound patriotism, and
whenever that tupport waa necessary,
we find, by the recordt of the Senate,
mat it wat promptly and conttantlr aTor-
Upon the appointment of Judge
Viat hi it en trA tr.ja Ii IUm
pie of the United !tte at out 01 ut
br ahtatt omtminti ot our c-mrj. m,
profrttioniL Uma U a nallw'V Oottt
andIr. Adimi want! po other WfK.
tlon for reuU-iiij hirn among aitconii.
itionif 'advitera, than the untulied t.
putatlon with which be hat juit doted a
timllar career under me me eamaittre-
Vt undenttnd that Col. Joarblpict.
tit, el Utoa county, U a iaftdidate t
rtpreteot tblt diatrkt In tbe tiext Can
greia. ' - Fyt(ttyi& Ottttvr.K
Zdnfrjul radr1HJll now ipptart,
that the tetter whkrbn been circulated
in the ocwinarjera.okkh.we forbore to
Copy until lutbenytated,) purporting 10
give ao account of private conversation
of tleaWACKtofY Uld.atJYaihiagton
Pa. kit U11, it a yheer fabrication, no tuch
letter having appeared Jn the Naihvllte
Whig, from watch h It laid to have be
copied. , The Impotitioe, i&nw in a
nioer in the Watt of VjcIdU. The att
iar t h detcrvea ctpoiure tod punith
Extract of a letter Juat received la Hue dry.
tcknowledgmeot of the Injepeadeoce of
three of the South Aroercan Jwtet br
tbe Brltlih Government, bt eatedh
. ,u oniniutioo of tbe
power in Peru, which thc it
YV! tb eomP, independence!
..... vwuneoi. j ne inhabiuntt ai
u rally very amloua rnr,tn. .i. on
future dettiny in this caw, althogh not
unexpected turn of aff.tr. .entla-
man of retpecttbilitv la
ceed to the Court of Spain, to behalf of
ma 1 uan, t treat upon ert'
A lawlett, tenieleii tribe, pmcar
uvet, without Influence and whfctt prop
erty ,'itm ipeak In "repeated and U iur
mura about iodoaa4ei bol fie mat
01 talent and property dread ant innova
tion on account or tbe alave pcfoulation,
which makei a difference of cinutortin-
cek in tSii colony, froaa tboae tf every
other which hat tbtken off the Spaniih
tothority. ' '
- M Should Frtnce follow England in the
acknowledgment of independence, there
it greet confidence entertained, tbt hrr
influence will oblige the Court of Spain
to make tbe acknowledrment alto, ttuui
whloh, nothing could be more deiirable,
becauie, tavored aa tbit Iitand la by the
non interference of Spain in her local in-
ttitutiont, and in tbe enjoyment of peart
once more with the new and independent
diatei, no country Wt Wrer towardi ad-
yancement and protpcrity than tbit, Pom
the immenae agricultural retburcct and
her unrivalled position .for all the purpo
se! of navigation and commerce."
) tb tU,t Uutr tt Mr. CttUovn, h
la vl4rit thM Ua imm4ti4 ruu by tlUa
Uc. le. Uim;4. i.
Aatlt'iimi KwdTij the folioolng letter
fram thi late Sccrttiry cf War, 10 lh
Governor of Crorgia, it will la teen that
irrinrtmtntt lave been mide to ttcer-
tils, during tbe er.sulng teatoa, tbe bcit
route for the proposed National Road
from thla fbf tm Umm flrUxvi. ;..
Si 1 1 The Board of Engineer!, fur In
tertut. improvcmenti, will ktve tblt be
ween tbe ift.and.Mthof nest month.
r the- purpose of -com menciag the-CK
alhinitton or tne tetcm routet between
th City of . Wtthington and Ntw-Or
leii, with 1 view of.aelectinf tha mott
eiigvie location for the great National
RoaApropoted to be etttbliihed between
thotfeMva polntt. . The Board will Srtt
V eftmlnitloo of the route by
the lin 0f &t Canittlt of the Southern
Statei, Vittrri by the intermedute route
eatt of Vt roountalnt, thence proceed
back thriigh the mduntilot. At it It
unject otgret inrerett, both to the nt
Uon end he ptrUcular sutei through
wnlch IheVoad mav nata. h It
rikle, ihotkl It be conttnLnt. tK.t ik
RfMAfNINT. a t rrt OITr at Catcord,
If. f. m ibe U tf Mwtb, ir;j.
, Klvil Engiif er of the state thould co-op
nd returning j and aith a bope that you
may conrm in thit view, you will ho duly
Ppriwd 0( lb. pUt) nJ oy. ,im,
to that you may direct youf tngineer io
meat the Boards tbouid yoj accnt it n-
1 hsve the honor to be, Sir, with gre"
resotct, your most obedient servant.
mjm v "
To Hit tieeHeney the fenor
of Cb lute of Georgia, SIUledgetIle.
W fern from the NvwTork Ancri
ran. that Rotton 1)11 teilo boTtW off the
ymttn of roerry. " The belt priz Mdreis,
to be tpoken it the pentncT1."8 Alb
ny Thettre, hat been. adjudged, by tbe
er reinectable committee wb were to
- a - . m
dele Tmtarrnrthe- tnerite-of rt-TMeeea-
offered ?of which thert were
' - - . t ,i
to one, which, on opening m
note, wat diiungwtaeo oy tn
w.Batton.w . 'Act: Jo
AMkitt IrflrrThe foTlowinf letter
froor Cca.vctjpn urtim tion. intra II. Baton,
ta rrfcrmcc to tba one taid to have beta takea
froaa tbt Navi)lc rVbitf. apprani w tba Wadu
iagtvn UaaclU. Ututtgh Krptirr,
tTMtUnr. I a, Jlur( l.
Data Sia I bt Urn moment reecWrd your
letter or the 17tb inat. enclnamg a converaaiion
With Mr. "tt." and which ia bow traveRing
about a tiabad itory. Ilut ofherr of tba south
are army may be ascertained, wbea I reach
NaahvHIet and when ht it is unite probable
be ill be found to be tone tool wbo hu sold
I am very certain that at Washington, Pa. In
November bat, I taw ao individual, a formtr offi
cer with me i and I am alao equally certain, that
I nave ncvar in mv life uttered any aentimentt
uak art arrihnl to m hi ttt trttvr. TVrir
arc I fabrication tram twrmnmc to end. Nov
thar Cea. Call, nor Mr. ftannekwn, wbo vera
Hh me, recollects any ruch Individual. They
veil remember, that I arrived at Waibmgton.
Pt. irhtha evening mqeft inditpoaed, and oVpar-
ted early ui aeai morning.
Haituiifton, Pena. seemtre be a 6ral pmee i
It will be recollected by oa that sundry reports
grew out w my meeting there wat .year uov,
Edwards i vnue aa I came back Mr. " 11, wa
tbtrr. You may be auured, however, that the
UiUabbuila of that place bale nothing to do
waa wee uieaa UteycbenaA ao Dypocriuai
nor do they Countenance tboae miserable at
tempte against my tharacter. The citiseot there
hava treated me with the atmoat artentioa and
kind feeling. Your friend,
Cteia We underrttnd, (iivt a New
Xork PMperi ibataavarai iowuarda have
-fixyi""" irrivad here from Cuba, in eon-
sealed ' queoce of the establishment of a Mils-
word ownMssion in that Islandrafter the
lntn It, AUKn
Iter. (ifa toftt
Joha lUmhtrt .
TboNMt V. Canea
James It.ilaik. '
Attiaoa rWrning ,
Alf taadrv fergttoit
fmoel tanya .
Thomas W. Mania
larah A. lUrrw
. MrtKtias Iraia,
William M'trs '
James . Morgaq '
jama M'CUut .
James . Meek
t,hnf twr Mcklof
Ocvrira aawlura,. , .
KaoMicI Ferklna (
M aher F. Cbarr, . . -
I.liia hmita ...fJmrt
)aiwcl I tMt;fl ....
iamfvrd O. dlaightea
FXjah Ineart .
tUtln.0.. i - ' ;v
-John Whita .
Joauh White " f.
3UJ , . ,
D. 0TORKtF. If.
Eitato of Wm. C. Love, dee'd.
fllUE sutneribtr hating tma'.fid as adntlma.
X ; tralor on the aetata of M iiriam C Love.
dee'd. al rcbrvary acaokm of Itowsn eonaty
eourt. mpiettt all perwtni irtdebted to a id e
. I . m . t ... a . .
aoiJliavtnr demandssrtin-t tba same. Unit knit
-... s . . .. .
tbem for lettk-mcnt within tba lima preterite A
oy law. or Una not lea win ba nb-4 in bar.
KiiwiK riknunticii j.v
Heirs of M illiara For,
TAKf notice, that by tbe eath of Mrs. Ma.
ry Tbomasoa. a tract of land va Wa-rw -
ted of aTira"eaU,revertatoThaneri at 'w
of the laid WilViaaa tvj. dee'd. i yow, or yoar
legal repreaentativet, are tberefure ro,'ierf4
to come turward and eolablith four elaima to
laid tract of land. JOH llOWAKIX, ant.
JuWr. Wm. ay, aW
.Mmh2t.mi. r .
Estate ot-tTi.liOig, dttA.
THE subscriber having qualified as exec,
tor of tbe bat viD of AWaamUr Lonr,
late of Roaan county, dee'd. at the eoan of
tleaa and quarter aessmna lor tta sau county,
til on the third Monday of November tast
notke Is berebr riven, that all peraoot havlnr
demands gainrt tbe said esrste, are fwjuired t
present thru for payment, viibin tba time pre
scribed by law. , . -
JVe. 34. 1K4. 40
ke that of tbeie United Statei, tbe neo
netr tenumentt rreery upon every tub
; connected with their libertietr- Not-
thi'ik h neceistry or proper, to weigh in
" (iokW Scale! the trantacuoni of .our
Y'hWc leryio.'v i it tt it the lot of human
ty-to eTrrWn-ihouldM notbine exten-
liat or let down tuihtlo millce," But
)l k jurjight,and our dutt4o ieen- a
Mfcbfui eye to wardt every act of theirs,
which tavort of intrigue and manage-
m . a . a . .' " I
rncnt, anct wnicn anowtan uttercontemnt J
(" me ftomiont ot tno&e by wnora tncy
jknow of inch ignoble conduct in any tet
becoffieFulTSxpoie them to Ihe InU
madvertion which they merit. In thit
mXt the Tpieee Alluded jo ti:o; hiy
teen written; , And I fondly hopentiat
(he writer will continue to impart to the
mation at hit leisure will admit tt hit
Mock on hand appetn ampler and well
selected for the North Carolina market.
It it notoriously known that in Nftrth
CiroVma it rarcit hapDent that men of
h fist rate talentt are chosen either, for
the State ot for the NationsI'Le iure ;
Thompton to the Bench bf the Surreme
Court, in 1823, Judge Southtrd watte
lected, by tbe President, to tucceed him
in the Navy-Department. " It would be
icarcely poiiible to tpeik ofthe tneritt of
MrSouthard in thit Department, with
out appearing, in some meaturc lo rd
fleet upon the edminiitrttion of hit pre-
iecettoflland., we, art y.ery ture thit it
would bt at ptinfui to Mr. S. at to our-
aeWea to " inttitute icompirison " that
might result in any tuch invidious infer
ence. rBoth gentlemen hive no doubt
devoted their best exerUont to render
thit brilliant arm of national defence ute
ful and erjudaoi, - it lahnwfor.aA mora
than justice to Ir. Southard to tayt that
ne bat Jhiroduced. some new Peaturei into
the administration of the Department of
art important aeWtltiTaittntf the
aervlce i nd that he hid prtientedTflewt
to tjiti consideration 76( Congrett, which
evince, not, only an ardentrxeal, but a
thc-amf- idequtte" aiiUtyrlnCbe
performance of the dutiet entruittd to
of January, which will appear in our pa
per 'to-morrow, tihibltt : enlarged - and
comprehensive views, and fully warrants
ut.ia tho moat favourable amtcipation;
F 4 TETTE F1LLK fjlMEi Matk SI.
plan of thote lately formed in Spain, for
the detection and punishment of all per
som suspected of liberal principle!.
Mm., - - - r r' r- "
- . .....
which have ttken place m tntt country
for tome montht pait, have been effected
. . . mm i liar irvnci mil .iM s wvi.m ... r
cori44to30baco54ataaTuiUlilat heretofore been consider-
wiu wna.i nwitWLSBI JUiMfir.mui. ad man Ol mmc.iiun ....-...7,
eovado,9 al0i coflee, primL Peen, 30 a 21 1 1 but in aubrra'tting to be the instrument
the unprincipled ueiigni 01
appears to hsve lost bis
A new Boot and Shoe Shop.
r1HB subscriber begs leave to inf-rm hta
J frienda, and tbe smblic ia general, that ha .
hat opened a Boot and Kin shop, in the house
immediately oppoaite the Dana, wnerr ne n.
tend carry ing on vae above boaine-, n 111 ita
vailoua hranebe , hta oork shall btwetl execu
ted, and his materials of the best quality. Ila
hopes by his application to tmaineat, ana desire
to pica., to g.in a part of tbe public patronage.
- SoKthtry, Mmrk 21, IKS SO
W. peach brandy.W a SJj rappl. do;42to. U -n W U
iUiit rica3i to4per 100lbat lron,S4 to6pr!p1e",,nn., h
lOOPb.r tobacco leaiaaati raarrtifaotaroJ. 5a claim to tdth a
net, the Attorney General, it would be
presumption In ut to tty any thing. Mr.
30 pr. cwt
Cotton, S. Island. T o Mt etained do. If t
53 i" Maine' and' Santtfr 8 to 3i r - abort ata.
pie, 15 a 20 eta.i Winskey 25 a 27 1 Bacon,
6 cttit Rarmvi Sfi lard, 8 10-t' Bagging,
Dundee and Inverness, (42 mch.) 23 134 1 Cof.
fee Prime Green, 18 a 19 Inf. to rood. 1 J a 17.
North-Carolina Bank BUU. 21 a 3 pet cent.
dla. i Georgia Bank Bills, if a 3 per cent. Ois,
VHttn. iteceiu aancea irom trance ana
Enetand, have had the effect to advance tbe
price, of this important rtaolo of our county.
SaleiharebeerrTJiadeof kwg staple Cottonrat
about 2 cents on previous rates In abort Cot
tons, the market has been rather flat, aojwith
atandinr theae favorable accounts, Abouth aa
advaRoooClent oiUdUig and fiwaoeoali-
UoaAi 1 cent on ana inds, ass been oaaiaed
over the rates of the previous watxi tut no
great al Aaa oaao
!a thit county, on the loth trK. r Willamsoa.
Harrta, MfBolomoEHer toMiaaCathv
rme Elletfe. - . l. -
ult by the aaroe, Wf. Solomon EJIer to Miw
Kancy, wiaww.--;,-'--t-'- izjjry1-
. In this county, on TWadajr, 7tb irnt, by jrL
liamson nrr Esq. Mr. Motet itUTto Km lo
ot the remtining member of the Cabi Inhja PooJ , fix:
Also, on thc-iame day, by tlia sane, .J
rcmiah Brown to' Hiss Elizabeth Iloldwuser.
FA YETTEVI LLE.
Uohwt Jftttry & Co.
IMPQRffcRS of Dry Goods, are now receiv
inir tleir erirwg sirpplictlroni' Engtand tnd
Kew-Ya'k,. wpicn, witnutose on, nana, win
compriie an extensive aswrtmeni; Slid afford to
countrr "mercbanu an opportunity of making
good lection, A liberal-credit will be given
to reipnsible dealeraTwh make
tbeir purchase m thit market.-
Jtfarth 23, 1823. 4ti6
: WindsoTChair 31alTnE ' "r
JOHN COOPER adopts this plan of inform
Mtg the eilisena of faJiAurr, and hs vicinity -in
general, that he hu commenced Wind
Chair and Bedstead Making, in the house lately
occupied by Charles Biles, dee'd. on Maht-strect.
east of the eourt-hotei where he is prepared
with a good asnorttnent of timber, abich be will
work bp into chains and bedsteads and wUt bo
happy to accommodate any rc'ntlemaa oho Is
ditpoaed to boy work in hit line of business.
He flatters himself that, from hi kmr eiDcri.
ence, he .can furnith as good work at. any nun
in.lhe country aur 4mJ beast vorirova-
tbe above assertion... lie has received 1mm. - ......
Phuadrlphla. the latest, faah'iona for chain and ' r
bedrteads, and intendt to keep pace aith iJUbo. '.
chsnjres of fadiion. He will keep on hand at!"
assortment of chsirt, bedsteads, tofaa and easr ' -
cnaira. tie am attena lisiaon, IreUelL and
Cabarrus county cmirtw a here he will sell low
tretmbri ,o oulinen, td'Trcerre "I literal sbaro 'T
of public patronage. '"
Saktiurg, Marci, 1825. . 5U4
Dai& IV CTftiiti & Co.
ABE now receiving tbeir Spring importation
of lHardware and Cuttlery direct from En
gland, comprising a general aaaortment of snch
goo, aa aro, umsUv kept w eouAirv atoret,
which they offer at wholesale; to responsible
dealers, on I liberal credit,
Fateltevillt, March '15, WiS.
A SUPERIOR Jsck as fpal getter, will stand
the eesuitig spring eson (to end on the
1st of Aucmty at my atahlei-on Sugar Cre
seven miles south-wett from Chtrlotte, snd will
ten dollars to inrare a mre with foal.
Great care will be ttken to prevent accidents
or :aopea,3ut not M liable for either-i
' J AS. DINV11N8. .
l Oek?fsriveiJpnM, 1823. , - 6 38
Slierins Tax n?ch.
Da V UJ by Shrrifls for arrears
rM, for sale at Uie 'CroUfl3ii' efice.
nr.RETOPORE exirting between the tub.
scribrr, waa dtsoh ed by mutual consent
on the 7th inst. The Kttlcmentof the cflaira
devolvet on L'karUi F. f. Rere, to whom all
persops indebted to the hta firm of BftJDG
WOOD k REEVK will make payment.
TI10MA8 BK1UGWOOD, .J
CHARLES F. V, KEEVE.
The CAand, Cluat and Earthen. Wart h.
anera, will be continued by Caitisa P. V.
Rtava on bo own account, at hi store. No 281
k'if-Strtti oppoaite tho aferebnatVIIotcL.wbo -has
received, by recent arrival, from Furope, .
30 packages uvorpool and P,nc& -If .
50 cases New.York munufucfu-ed gill and
reneral awleatennve aa-ottnunt of rho -
most fashionable amflmproved patterns of fV
ery, China, V Inn-II' art, lie. suitable for town
and country trade; which are" Bow offered o the ."
puricnbrTflotrlibmttermi.. . : :
(Q" Country orders repacked safely and at
th "iK.e. L- 1
Stato of North-Carolina,
jfiOCRt of Mom snif Qusrfitr tessTofOfsrW
l7crmTAttJ;iB25. Danlet BcofTw.TSlefahea"
Al'Kinitejr i original attachment levied o UwL. -It
appearing to the Mtitfactinn of the court, - V
mat tire flcrennanr "7iepnen ai Rmnry u aot lit "
inht'tjant pf tJii fate, it U .Uiertfwre ordered
b tbo eoorV that- piblicaboir bemad 4n fha'"'r"
Vestem Carolinian for aii weeks, that uhlesa
he apjear at the next Coirt of Pleu and Quar -ter
oeasioHS to be held fur 4b county of Siokea
at the court housd In GerniantdnTon the Second
Mondsy in Jtme nexrthiMT and there 10 pfesd
and replevy, or the cause will be beard ca porta
and Judgment final granted against him. '
MAtTHEW H. MOOKt. e. e.
Price adv.JS?. ,r7 2. 1823. ,
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