which Wen generally supposed to
possess hi confidence. He said most
explic'nlr lhat lie had not, directly or In
directly consented, and would not consent
that hU name should be ud a a candi
date in opposlton to'thai of Gen.' Jckoii.
That cttr court on hit furl would it
contrary t flrincifilt, a violation f honor
Jnd of good faith, and finished by declsr
tg, that ihe nomination If Gen. Jackson
put with his aifmbaiian.".
'jir.'MartUy.Vi have" gwTTne TioTe of
'ilTieire(iH pfibrtanmi in
,etk,,"tlJt'WirfeaJer-y, if tUey. ..choose.
swallow U u at one dosefur the lAtif won t
fiftrto be taken ia "broken potion':" itniu
'"iTatel'tw aoohr. That the inquiring reader may
. know" what degree of . faitlt to repose in, the
.. I-... t '. . V'J".,.rr!L'rt.,-:-i .
itulement, we sudjoir me following cnsrictcr
fcf 'the man, from a Philadelphia paper t
'fllr.' 'Mart fetVciairiH to be ronsidered
is friend of General Jackton, have, con
traty to our expectations, been lerioutly
considered by some of our public jour
nils; we presume through ignorance ol
the character of thU fourth rate village
politician ! It never occurred to .us that
Mr. MarLlev's assertion on th'u point
would ever excite any other emotion
thin derision and laughter ! It cannot be
denied, that he has always called himself
so, and with the same happy indifference
to principle and truth, he always oiled
himielf a friend to Mr. Cravford
jriend to Mr. Cy fiiend to Mr. Mumi
dnd a taueutman ! ! Vie will do Mr.
Ahrktey justice, ao fur as to declare that
we believe him to have hern t'juaUy the
friend of all these opposite parties und
candidates -hut in fjt, friendly to none,
late t1aTlVne1ii"h had the power and
Ihe disposition ""To ive Mm an appoint
ment K-:Ad thia opfoioo t confirmed by
hit' political character a mere vtfugt in
trigutr, wilt) just discernment enough To
make tor a ladder by which to climb
to oTRcial competency from the privation
of abortive imbecility.
TJu Lifltiturr.'c learn from Italcigh, that
tke legislature met on Monday, l&'h 'iini.'tTn
the Commous, Cen. James Iredell was re dieted
Speaker ; Pleasant Henderson principal clerk,
Charles Manly assistant clerk : John Lumsden,
door-keeper Hichard Huberts, assistant, in
the Senate, Cartlett Vancey was re-elected
8peaker; but we have not understood hu was
appointed principal clerk, in place of Gen. Ucii
jamin II. Covington, dte'd, nor whether the
Gov. delivered his message oa the first day.
.We understand that John Stanly,, E. has
been induced, from continued indisposition, to
resign his aeat as a member of the House of
Commons from the town of Newberar -'--
" The lamented death of the Public Treasurer,
. will leave a vacancy in that important office, to
be filled by the legislature at its present session.
, We fear the old incumbent's equal will notessily
be found his superior, the Union cannot pro-
-lit tbeneit fanate of the Legislature of 2Ccw
York, there will be 20 Jacksonian to 12 Adami
(Jeorgi. The - Augusta Courier, of the 12th
inst. sav f : A frirnjt in- Milledgeville- writes us
- ihatii is probable the State House will be en.
" JargV-W" the Scat -oC. Coixrnment removed
The Tarboro Press says, in apple tree, and
giro a pear tree, in Halifax county, have both
borne fruit for the tliird time this season. But
tuch rs.DiTisgocd for nothing, except to talk
A stenm'-boat W about trrbfbuilt, navigate
the lowti. parTcfThe River Hoanckc, and adja----cell
The Ractt over tlie IlilUboro' course, have
been postponed until next fall ; and it in thought
by some, that they arc indefinitely postponed.
iritloru of Aorth Carolina A resciu
tion wji, passed at the last session of our
legislature, (says the Kaleih Register of
the I6tli inst) rcqueatint; uovernor ur
"TdrT'Yd " pply" id" "tir" Burtsh'" ttWt rhmehlT
through our Minister, Mr. Oallatin, for
liberty tc procure for the use of the State
from the office of the Board of . 1 rude
and-Flantatin3f-4w-Iondo, auch ducu-
ments as relate to our Colonial history.
We understand, that in reply to the ap
plication, the Governor has received from
our Minister, a very polite letter, inform
Inp; him. of the entire willingness of the
British Government to furnish copies of
any papers wanted : Indeed, they have
leen ao complaisant as to furnish lut of
ill the Document, that Judge Murphcy,
lor whose benefit they are intended, may
-tJcfcignatfl i iuxh ashe deems ncceSsarj
Snclton, who robbed the Petersburg
branch of the Bank ol Virginia (of which
he was Teller) of J&40.000, passed thiougli
tbe city of KesriYork on the 24th ult.
It has been since ascertained, that he ar
livcd at Montreal on the 28th and depar
ted in a steam bout on the lien evening.
On the 50ih, a person arrived in pursuit
of him, und departed the same evening in
the steam boat Hercules, for Quebec,
where he arrived on-Thuraday night,
Twenty four hours picvious to his anival.
vessel had sailed lot Liverpool, in which
nelson vras n. passenger. "Orj l'liJay
moi tiltiiji at i o'clock, tle ateani' boat
Hercules was despatched in pursuit, and
proceeded rtrurlr to Kamotiaska, ninety
miles down the St. Lawrence below Que
beCf when it returned having been una
ble Id overtake the ship, or even to
come in sin lit of her. . The wind was
blowing freI from the westwjrd.
Since the receipt of the above intelli
gences we learn that Mr. Wood, police
master of. Petersburg! has been dcspMcli-
rd to I -nc land, and has tjone to New-York
to take passage" for 'I Jverpool,: with"-In
of U4Utructiaa Jftjahp'hrnd MbijHrtt
5oelou, iUo bfl fu
LATE FROM .Vf;..JJVA
Iy an arrivttl of the ship Jiicbmond it
Norfolk, from Liverpool, London papers
to ibe4th"tictoWrncltiivf arerrcervivl.
The intelligence they convey, principally
reltja toJpain, .which j$ likely to be
come the scene of much confusion, If not
of bloodshed the insurrection in Cat
Ionia had assumed a formidable aspect,
and Ferdinand finding force unavailing,
has had recourse to stratagem.
In speaking of the characteristic trait
of Ferdinand's duplicity, the Editor of the
London New Times sjys It appears that
he ia more disposed to (rust to hU usual
weapon arti&re than to the superiority
of his means or the power of hi arms to
suppress the insurrection in Catalonia
His first attempt is certiinly worthy of
his inventive Kenis, but he ha. employed
delukitKi too often to be able to practise it
again with tuccess ,
Letters fiom Saragosa say, that a con- j
spiracy in favor of the rebels of Catalonia
had been discovered there : twenty per
sons of distinction had lren arrested,
smnriit whom arc Mtjor Genrftl '"Aran
Frii;iIio, fjuej ilij Chicf during the lime t
Ot the Constitution till. Leon, a ISl lHa I
AliV.'m iki..,i,.w;.fn:ij-:ijr.ha. i
ana r reire
. Ciencral Monet, on the 14th inslant, at
Conca del Trrn, a large valley about a
jeague from Tarragona, fought an action
with the rebels, in which he had two hor
aca killed under laoi, iuJ ws co.mpleicii
beaien- The rebels then drove him into
Tarragona, w here he has shut himself up
wiili two rr;ittientn of royal ir.Kips ) they I
are now besei '.m;; lut;. in tint place.
Two regiments of ror il troops
j Jiass cant J tl.c' u..Ue;
. . r. . i
pieces by C,000 ii surgctit. commanded :
auirciir, wriC sui insi u an-.i cui io
oy a stranger, whose lume, and even
country, is yet unknown here. The in
surgents have la'c.ly circulated through
out Ctalol.ia, even in r.jrceionj, a pror
lamatinn in the King's name, in which a
stranger, whose lume, and even
full and per fret iinm-My is framed for aii.
polmcal opinions and crimes to all pan
iards, from 1 SOS to the present day. h
is no longer bands which fvtuviUe insur
rection, but a levy enmat.
Greece . TJriissel papers to " the 30(b
Sept. were received in London. They
inform us tliutPatil Cuontpartc, Lucicn's
second son, bad effected his escape fiom
the Koinan buiea, and ariivcd Ml Curiu,
on his way to Greece, in the disguise of
a valet dc chambre, Io a friend of his. and
,,n,,h ,.fT;.i , 11 I 1
under the name of Lu.gi Antonello. Lord
t;och.r8n?. 1nPc.V,aVln. arr,.vd
Mmeday, TJlo'tUuTt. j Toin Star seines, the
two yoUop; Vollif.icci intervoca to sail to
gethcr the day after icr the tcat of their'
future exploits. -
PARI, SETT- oO.
A report is spread, thai the afTd'ns of
the Creeks li.tve taken a more favourable
turn that a Russian Cooul Gen. to the
Greek Government has been appointed,
.k... . r n-l....:- .. .
aiiu luai vuuni s uou iui w.is I'Ollli; 1
to be ollicially recognized as 1 resident of .
Greece, by the three Allied Powers.
tortuguL Don Fedro, emperor
Lruiil and kins of 1 ortueal, has wiitten
o Ihe Infant Don Miirucl to rcnair to
IWuga. and assume the government of i
that kingdom, in the name ol the king.
I,ea:h vf Tieaturer HAY HOOD.
We learn from the Haltigh Kegister, of the '
20th inst. thai the vener:dle Ions IUtwimiu, i
Esq. Public Treasurer of the State, a hich office
he has filled for the long term of 41 vears, with
unwearied devotion anu a laitniui (iiscm.rge or.
its important duties, lor w lucii a parallel can :
acarcij.y be lound. Our peculiar situation, at
this period, and our limited time liar publication, !
prevent os fr9ra doing justice to the character j
wf-thi s.p.H. .. , u- tr...i .,.m
abler pen will, at an earlv day, furnish us an
obituary notice, worthy to be recorded a a las-
ting memorial of his illusttious character. U'c ,
cannot, However, let the preaent short opporlu-
nity paw without a brief, but imperfect tribute '
to his worth, as we have known and felt its in-1
tluence. " Our good old Treasurer," (a term
-.- - J ...vmi Buc.iuiwicijr biiiiku ut
himsby those who knew him and as a conse-!
quence loved him) was distinguished alike by I
ins active and passive virtues. His charitable 1
band-wa-ver- extended to "tlie indigent and
upircLsen nis ovnevoieot heart ever Open to j
for rejoicing. His tenderness to his family and
his urbanity to all with whom he had inter,
cour-e, was proverbial. His forbearance and
forgiveness of injuries.were in him.distinguiahed
virtiie....yet few nien had so little to forgive on
that score, so universally was he beloved.
"GoodnefS and he, fill up one monument,' and
long Mill that life be" who sees his like again."
In this town, oh the 19th inst., Mr. Naham
Dunn, cabinet maker, in the 33d year of his age.
He came here from New-BronsWickrNew-Jer..
sey : 'h papers of that place are requested to
notice his death.
In Mecklenburg county, on the 6th inst. Mrs.
Margaret MorriiOn, wife of Mr, W. J. ifuf riaou.
she was much beloved while living, and .her
death is Rrt-atly lamented.
In Orange county, on the 18'h ultimo, Capt.
William I licks, a soldier of the. Revolution.
A short time since, at Williantown. Mass.
Peter Schuyler Putnam, Esq. youngest son of
mm venerable revolutionary patriot and hero,
die late General Israel Putnam, of Connecticut.
In the Porks of the Yadkin, on the 7th Inst.
Mrs. Ann llaity, wife of Mr. W1Ia.d Baity, in
the 54.U year of her age.'. " -
oairDair; . .
Uepf rted. this bfe, October 3C(h, at lit resi
dence in the county of Uurke. Albert Cobtninm,
Ore of 4lre talked N'ethcrkfitda
came to thia country, friendl
pui oy imimtr), economy and steady habits, he ,
made a coinf.t.ble living, raised a and
reapectat.U- fannly, and has IcR all his children J
f. 5,;'- l,l ".''
well aware of a practcetoo prevalent at he
present day. of givuif good cliarcters to al
who die, whether theymerit it or not. and how-,
ever immoral" their W'may nave br, the
Obituaries represent ibrm as tminentlv virtuoiu,
and pattern of piety. This amounts to nothing
short of flatterin the dead, to gain favor from
the living. I he urcriseil wss for mai'v years a
profeHor of the r libn of Jemis Christ . and a
member of the Dutch Reformed Churcli i and
hia life was couforinaVIe to his p-feMi'o. As
he lived, to he died, a peace w)ih all nx-n, aid . T
lamented by rrlativesand aaiuaintads. AU;
though hi afnir'ion bated for mon-than tvojto
year., gil was otten laintul, yet lie was n-vtr
liearu to complain, am. seldom even to toi'ii ; .
during this time he ss nut heard tn evprcM a
s f . .
nope oi rccovcrinir oi even a wuii ti , mv
a-... .1 ... 1 IS
- ' Tl'A
,n j u.,,,,,,-.,, nj evu. enJ. WTint; t0 Jo ,0
others as he would otheis should do to him, he
seldom if ever got into those difficulties that are
sctllcd in civil courts, li the arrangements of
hit temporal concerns, he made judicious ami
impartial a diiposal of hit nropertt, tiiat it is
thoughLl sale.. isjinaecesury, and the legatees
all vttisBed. r'urmat'V Years he was an ac'iiu'
mipd'rate ir the county in which he resided.
n irmn nn juonmrnr iir siprsrw never is
aen to court.
I he close of such a Lie was (as
mtjrbt be expected) eay ", He fel asleep in the
arnn of Jesus, witlioui a struggle ; and we trust
he-is enjoying that rest which regains for tboac
who love God. His funeral was attenJel the
succeeding dav by a large concourse of people
sermon by Kev. John SiHiman, from Paalm
nxvii. 18 and 19: " The Lord knoweth Xhr
dyof the upright - and their inWrtaace shall
Ue lorevcr; they fhall not be ashamed in the
evil time, and in the days of famine theysjiall
FiiKettniille, Nov. 1J. Apple brandy, 32 to
u,i, , !,,. u . n.j..... a . io . it...
V X-SS 1 Wt F -JV USH,UH v sw sjv i iw -
glUr, 20 to 24; Coffee 15 a 18; cotton, new Bi
to 10; Com. 45 a 50; flotir. 4 50 to 4 75 ;
Iron, 5) to 6 ; Molasses 35 to 40 1 nuirar.
9 to 104 ; Salt. 80 to 80 ; WhiAcy, 32 a 35 ;
U'hrat 75 to 80, per bushel.
Bills on Ne. York, at night, ojj per cent, pre
mium, at 60 days, 14 per cent, 90 days, par.
I'.' S. Bank Notes, a 3 per cent, premium.
Cluirletttn, .Vaii. 12. Cotton, upland, 9 to
10i whiskey, to 53 j apple bn.ndv, 32 a 33 ;
beeswax, 24 a 35 s bacon, J to 8 ; bagging, 22
to 24; alt, Liverpool in bulk 45 a 45; l urks
Island 60; sugar, brown.UJ to 11; t'ofTee, 13
to 15 ; Tnolasvrs.33 a 54; bl.tck proper, 18 a 18
cts. ; corn, 40 a 43 ; flour 5 to 5.
Cutttni. The late unfavorable accounts from
1 'uroPc- nave causea a .iepresion.in the price
! "f "7 h,'jT rf ,hlch W
had for 10 cents we have reduced our quota-
i;oill accordingly, to 94 a 10J cents!
r Northarolina Jlank-BUMi to 3J per cent,
nUscount. - Georgia do. (except barien) 1 to 1
per cent, tlrscount.
".. "' '"'
f.umJtJtv Z'TL a T"' 4c
a 4i ; w hiskes. 40 a 43 ; salt, 75 a 80 r flour, S
u4,.t OI .Brn. n.rt. I.M.U i.fi
to 50 ; apple do. 35 to 40;. bacon 12 A to' 14;
beef 6 to 7. ' Journal.
Cherav I'rtcet, Jfov. 15. Cotton. 8 Iq 9 ;
cofT.-c, 13 to ;0 ; sujar, 11 to 12 ; s..)t. 85 to 871 :
i . n . ia a..... el ...l.:..!...., in "i
uatim, j ui iui unur, rfj , iiirj,,u; affile
hmndv. 15 to 40: mokases. 45 to 50. hf. .
j to 4 ; pork, 4 to 5 ; tallow, 9 to 10 ; flax-.red,
70 ; oats, IS ; leaf tobacco, 5 ; butter, 12$ to 15 ,
23 to 25 ; peach brandy, 40 to 45. i
Cotttnhc ttIci Z
arnont to about 600 bales, principally V'plands,
of which there were about 250 bales of the new
"ror m 11 a 11 J cents remainder old crop at
9$ al,J "me common New-Orleans
st 10 j.
Yellow beeswax, 2t to 27; dipp u candles,
1 lj to 12 ; coflce, H to lb rent? ; rotton hng-
On . AO 4t.. , . ,n . I. - . L
gmg, iietnt-v"w u -sw -4t . uru nuir,
ting, ., io i o ;. orown snecuug n io
Hi; ptams, n io io; cocca io i-;
satinets, 40 to 1 50; American feathers, 30
21 ; hides 10 t-2 to 17 1-2; wool, 17 to -15;
oV isnn'd leather. 20 to 26 hemlock do. I H to-
Monty Market. In New-York, Nov. 13.h.
North-Carolina hank bills were at 4 to 4 j per
cent, discount ; Virginia, 1 J j South-Carolina, I j ;
(Jeorgia, 3 except Darien. which h, 30;
Alabama. 8 Tohibiubee, broken ; Louisiana, 5
to 6 ; Mississippi, 5 to 6 ; Ohio, 6 ; Kentucky,
oo io iv; i enncsscc, j in jj.
" In Autntita, Nov. 12, Cotton 9 to 104 bacon,
9 to 11 ; flour,superliiie.6 tu 7 50 f wbu.key,-4a
to' 42; Darien bills, 4 per cest. discount;
fcouth-Carolina do. j. ; N. Carolina do; 4 to 4J
bacon 10 to 12 j ; flour, b 50 to 7 ; salt, 75 to
87 j; whiskey, 45 to 50.
ttshxte of .TAt'TeA
TIHK subscriber having qualified as F.xrru
X tor of the lust will and testament of Allied
Macay, latcof Salisbury, dee'd. desires all per
rons indebted Io said dee'd. to make payment
with as little delay as possible ; and all pcixnr
having claims against the estate, will present
them, legally authenticated, for ettlciiient,
whhin thc time limited by act of assembly otlur.
wise this notice will be pled in bar of their re
covery. JAMl'.S MA HI IN, Jr. JWr.
.Xov.?:J,1?: -, ' l.-;"C .
- CAVU). . . .
C WZLLC7 tc CO.
C At the Sign tftht ,frtar nd fettle, J
H A VB Just received front New
York, a Urge supply of
Medicine t. and
. Faints j '
whici, together with their former stock, make
their present assortment replete with the most
valuable Mumi sold in our Country. As they
are determined to make lliia tStablishinent
orthy of public patrnage, they now orTer.for
toys. ,ua wa a, a a. j wimltwih. trM WeVUUatuAfi.u.,,iUury- MaWw,t,i ..utiwiui M. Ihu.tmuls
M.aariy oiier nvoai.oajfl Uwiii, --r.;-- scat known by tljeabne.naijie,
t as art.! penny less , fihytitian in this section of the country," as In thi'a cbun'iy, oniiie jii, iuHt."tV"jfo'li'ri KiC
W.IM ,ho,e ,u ,he ho, heretofore,
h,V(. b, en i(1 hc bll), f m,,Ay, themselves
wilh M..licine. from the north, aiiu eltewliere,
I. w,ij Mil Af.AUif .MMavatto eitciwrage thp ef:
, f(jn? , . p,rnt proprietors, in niaklng this
a p(.,mnnt staiL
N, 0; Je;, carefully and punctually put up,
I fcM; T JirectioiiiiiiHi! oil th shorten no.
; lice- y'j
Xitiihurj, Aot-. 20lA, 1827
Have in part received their PAI.L SUPPLY of
II UK whole of which is expected to arrive
L duriiik the ensuiuif eek, which they oiler
their friends and the public in gtneral, tow
fr CASH. I heir slock will consist in part ot
tiie follow insr
J Mids. Nra-'lth au. St. Croix and Porto
.') li if aril lump do
40 hlid!" pumc lguyi, Cotre'",
0 hag Mountain St. Duuiiiio do.
5 do. I'e;ipcr,
. 50 .pieces eoiton Bjrjjing, 4 inches,
?5 Cifib hale Hope,
I In ix choice Cav iMiuh t obacco,
75 bbls app4 Hraiidi ij uo. Jfe WhisLcv,
. 10 00. N. k'., Hum tO ,i ). Ame'icau ton.
.. 5.iihd Jaiaaiua pirlU,. .. .
5 do. Antigua Mum, 1 do. "hrub.
t Lijtpw. olil CoCBrrolTj. (fiixvieJiruutLiy
5 do. old Selicdam (in, " '"" ""'
j uar canks Tcneriilc, "
3 do. lo. Mhferry, v.- i . - -
2 pipr old Madeirv , l n ;. E.5.
K hali pipes sweet JUuga.'-f . .
10 do. quar. ca.kn do.
OUjir, casks old Port, )
H b'lxi-s liiiperial,
6 do. i. I'owder,
4 d.i. Y Mvhoii,
La TUT Icrosri.TIOJ.
1 hhd Copi.eras.
1 ceroon llergal Indigo, in packages of from
3 to 4 lbs earh,
SO kegs Orange I'owder.
1 lix Mustard (for limily use)
5 l)OX s sperm Candles,
5 casks choice Goshen Cheese,
1 ca'k F.p-om Salts. (warranted genuine)
10 kegs ground Ginger,
1 bbl,- Philadelphia Starch,
50 bags Hiot, aborted Numberi,
11 in nlndc. hlf and ! quarter boxes frth Ma
laga Kaisins, Varran'ed frre, and well
- - .worthr -be-aentKis of families, , .. v , ,
I 18 tons assor'ed Swede Iron,
ItWO'bifhel" Kiv- rpool Salt,
ayith many other articles in their line. . .
' Ail ktntu ff Countryl'ndu.cc 4ukoi in payment.
10 cases of WOOL HATS,.
;l do. fine fur do.
4 do. wool and cotton Cards
! 13 pieces twilled m gio Cloth,
lu reams writing Paper.
knives "and T6rk7b(itcheTkmTP!t, shoe':rmT,
kl"Klc a,,d tUMt bI"itd ien an'1 PK kc' k,m' s
,tl)Ck locks, gun locks tumk oeks.
m w ouA l, Fleam.. il
wnd spike gimlet, table spoons, I. ad faucelt,,
alieep sliears, kevhule. tenant and haul sias,
Claw uanHiicix, . ttuo aim .m'jici r, aniiijj-
ling hatchets, poit. .adLM'JK5ftce....mills, t
shovels and tong. steel-yards, poll chains, fcrew I
. . i i. i i 1 i
augers, gouges and chissrhi. ehi-ft hinge-s shoe (
pincers and rasps, curry combs, faw mill files.
cow hide whips, plated spin-, Mor, slraving !
boxes, spectacles anu cases, hlack-lt sl an I tlatc i
enrils, Knglidi slat, a, boxes soap. German, i
Kngiisli ana rat meri, cuniig, irce cimina, ;
bla' ksniilh's hammeis .Vc. ic if. j
Well orthy the attention of Country Mer.
chants as lhe vill be poI.I low lor cs-h to close i
a ron-ignn rut. , 1IOK IONS & HUTTON. 1
rayetttxillr, fA-her 23, IS7T. 'X)tf
llieiWlUn lVt.tll.felsiU .
eXten t Sulem bv Monday or Tuesday
morning, or to am, i lit- iy I luirsuay in each
week, w-ill please to niail tieir letters directed
to the following counties and ollices in 'I nines,
see ; for if they send them only " uet," out of
t.m mlt..m fur 'iVlkll.KHtf.. f r ilit fill Kfl, HO.
(ir; j ,K.y tt i ,.0 to Na.hville. und must from 1
' I J .
. ihere.-b..tttiul aaam,.. vinc,.Uo, or tbrce.i
uie,w . .
m.m t . .
Hamilton, c. h.
Mai ion -
- - - Jaiiper,
- - - Tellico.
-J ... Montgomery.
- s - - .-Monroe;
. . . . Washington.
. . . . Kingston.
. . - Se.vierviltr.
Henry's 'A Uoads.
' . Coiirt-Uoube.
. . . Jonesboro',
- Sparta." 7
Munroe - -
Morgan - -ovi
Hhea - -
Warren - -Washington.,
While - -
On iiiformatioa from Nashville. -Ntv
18J-. ;w C. MIPLK; !'. M.
In thia town, on the 15th int, by th" tej,
Thoma Wright, lr. Aawm Woolworth, of .
Crcensboroiigh, to SIim Mary Hampton, of thia '
place. Also, in thia county, on the l.th Inst,
by Adam ItiMeman, F.ai. -Mr. Joseph Hess to ,
Miss Polly Fclker, daughter of Mr. John Felker.
In Hillborotigh,on the Uth inst. by the Itev.
Mr. Witherapoon, Ur. Kdmund titrudwick to
Miss Ann Elizabeth' N'aJi, daughter of Frederick
Nadi, Ka. ,,.,,.;,; . , . , ,
In Warrcnton.on the i3lhlnstrMr. hennett"
II. Stsmniire to His Elizabeth H. Powers.
. At the Palling hprinps,, Virginia, Mr. PranV
dtanlyaott of John ataiitv, Ks-i. of Kewbera, : In
this slate) to Mis hrh Mawir, iluughti.r of
lock, Ksq. Mr. 'Iluirnaa A. Hague, (if Concord,
io snsa saran ns'iuif, oi tins coui.ty.
AT FA VETXiiVlf.LK. -N, CAROLINA,' W
Tiv wii f rivr.o . f.v
mm v uuna,f va -."V-jr,,.rf
IN entiM-quence of the' failure of the Dontou
(laM Company, will be old on Tuesday, '
lletxmber 4th, the entire Stock of
WinJew Glass, and
brlonh'inj to that compRny j conwuing of fori,y
mixes aavirtcd tunry Ulan Hare, rumlilera.
Decanters of vsnons sizes, and sliapcsi (ilaw
ntciieis, fiales, t;ructs, halt-, ( '((, r bottlcl.
Lamps, and .Apothecary liuttkt, Sic.
A choice aisort-iient of new and frcs'.i importrrf
and a complete assortment of
indorsed notus at Rank, at .1, K, and 6 months.
WILLKIM.S k Co. Auc'n.
At f'riiHttf Su!t: A complete assortment of
FutH-unillt, jyuv.5, 1827. .":S:
h A 'Vrort ot WnA
9 . offered for. sale, lying on tlic waters of 3d
Creek, 2 rliilei aoutlv of KeTy's"Millsad."
joining Wm. Young, Jno. II. Todd, Aquillm
lkeiirOri,"jiiiathen'4. Saidlract contains 403
acrev 75 ot 80 of which arc in cultivation, a
good part of it freab. On the U-act,tha,i a .
tolerably good Dwelling. hoo, and other Cnn
veiiient house-; and the Isnd is well watered.
Anv person wishing toinirhas, can have it tor
gMOO.'antl a loin tt part taken in such trade u
kill suit me. JOHN" I). SWAN.
.W. 26A, I8J6. t9lf
Worn.) r wAticnllonl
TTi K suhsrriber b' ing about to remove from
.1. thi part of the country, takes this method
to request those to w hoin he may be indebted .
to picsciit their a counts for payment; and
givi notice to all indebted to him to make, im
mediate payment, a 110 further indulgence will
br given than three weeks advertisement in thti
Western Carolinian; after which, his account
i will imli't rtmiiiaiily ho put in the hands of an
olucer lor collection.
I also, offer far sale, for caslu (and caab onlj.)
ny STOCK GOODS,
Gr stents,' -
Crocier y Ware, and
ut cit and carriage. Persons idling for gnoii
bargaiiih,. wi'l ilo aell to hike (his opportuni'y
W pwirfp thrrrar!ve,"'jia-4 i detersniflcd .
close huiness in (his place.
1 will also dispose of my
'Household Furniture i - -
conalsting of an efegaot . -
P.eds, ladles, Chairs, tire.
Baking and Confrrtionary Moulds and Tooli, of
1 ,1, acriptinns ; (dasj Jars, Jic. kc.
Any perttnn wishing to be intrtrurter! in the
Haking. Instilling, or Confectionary binimws, or
ny their branches, will he laujfht for a mod-
mte price. VHU1AM ft 'It I Ih.
- ,r.lit Awry, Xi,j. 15, 1827. 3t91
N. It. I will psv th- bighest prices in cash,
for a ciuanlitv of liULli. C.
V e.Wo.vUW. XtW . AftQ.t
ll'tKHI JAFFHAV kCn. and DAVtDTl.
,1 cHANB k Co. will om-h. next .piinir, a
W hole-sale llutilvore aril Culler Store, at No.
HI I'carl street, NewYork, under the firm nf
.lalfray & Crane. 1 hey are now selling o.T
here, at very reduced prices, their usaortmept
of Dry Goods,
preparatory to their removal.'
l vn uuiv
A Valuable Tract of USD.
TTriSiirSG to move to tbe western conntTips,
1 oil. r (or sale my plantation in Iredell
ing 220 acres, with two good dwelling house
and out.iou-e accordingly. Peisona w ishing to
purchase can ap ly to me, snd be acronmioila
ltd on the mo.t reasonable term, at my resi
dence on taid place. SAMl'Kf. GL'Y.
Ar,K. 7th, 18U7. 3t01
-biaTs Hk ir .N.iara-Coi.i,"(
.MitOti' u Brant h. Uri. 5. 1827.
ItDKHKH, by the Board of lrr. ctor, that
......... ... .J' L...tL ...!' . iKm. .i.t'luAi...
, r m rni . hit i i in 'v ......
be t T-ieltil upon all notes offered for renew.
l fr,.tn fcm ufter the 1st day vf January neit;
t'aiobiiiaaaml f;tura journal.
A topv froii the Minutes.
Oi4 ' .M'MtIS SNKKU. Cohier.
TXKrNupiiiidconnnittcdtothe Jail of How
an county, North-Carolina, on the llthin't.
a A'ftrro Man, named DUh'F, about 2H years
old, common si7.e, bhick complexion, Iikh i sear
above li left eye, and has had his lowr lip
hit oft" by fighting ; and sa vs he belongs to John
K'. Kern, .f South Carol'ii a, laurel. s lii'trict.
'I be owner it requested tt con..' forward, pi'OVo
pffiJ7elrt',"pay charges and ikr h'rvt way.
FlKI.DlNb SL.V l Lit, m'ti .