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JAM'AttY S'Jtb. I828.
The Jackton Corresponding Committee re
....a ihnM of their fellow-citizen In llowan
county who ire friemllr to the election of Gen.
jfojrm. Jotknn aa Pre aident the United
. gtatea, and oppoied to the present Adminiatra.
tion of the general government, to attend pub.
lie meeting at 'he court-house In the town or
fj.ri.bury, on rri-Uv, the 22d day of February
ret, (it being the week of Rowan county court)
for the purno of appointing Delegate, to eon.
fcr with M,ch other a may be deaignateu in
7atlnf a candidal for Jacison KWctor In thia
district i and In adopting uch other measure
a may be deemed adviaabl In promoting the
rwvulion and Montirr-merv eounuea, in iwh.,
" . " - ... .t
i ma nc dMfflfd anviaaoie ra piwuvwii m
tOH of JacsM 4 th PMi. . ; . v..
- .-..Idwrf 'ff'.
CkarUt h ither . Samuel Hervet,
7W. h PtOt, Uurf Oites,m
1 Jl. M. i aier$, , Mtt
!TLi frS tiTa of ile MrhMtrwlwit ami -thw
wfto are oppoaed to 1he election of Andrew j
;ackon aa Prewlent of the United State, are !
: they may
Januurg 1J, 1838. t2 -
lHank jtf Cafie Fear. The recent ex
, poMtion of the affair of this Institution,
adeems to have restored it bill, in ome
metsure, to the cenfidenre of Ihe public
in Virginia, and the north eetern part
of (hi atate. Cape Fear bill have never
cwied to pan a current here (Salisbury)
kny other. ' But we perceive all the
North Carolina bill ere quoted in Peter
burp, fce. ,Virg. at 10 per cent discount.
At the late meeting of the Directors of
lbe BnV In Wilmington, they adopted the
resolution cdUmakipg-lbeu'a nfieeie pay;
1ai.liT7The follow ln(? terp.athfacto'
ry exp'oie of 'the affair of the Bank, h
been, rendered to the stockholders, at
" their recent meeting In WiTmington ;
.. . State . Capt fear Bank, Jm. 6, 1823.
....."... ......T.. ' ... -
Due on Stork, . g"94.C00
-arcubukm of Notes . - 42;.00O
"t 1pm-t- - v r-- 65.
"m other Rank
Specie and U. . bank Notes .
Dcpoaitet and (un it at the North
Note of other Banks
Depositee in other Banks
Bills of Eithar-ge
Real estate ....
Debt due the Bank
Its circulation 433,000
Strp posed gain, 50,000
The Bank has of actual funT?-ty ' 336,000
It owet other Dinks !9I,000
Depoaites and dividends 88,000
. ... V7."Z"""':7' - 7 57a,oo&
" "Toe're remains after paying off debi '
etbove ; - . - $108,000
sx above 3) circulation to 1 in specie, allowing
all the ' Pepoite and Dividends (88.000) to
be withdrawn at once. Dy the late arrangement
With the Hank cf the United. State, the Dank
of Cape Fear ha In actual fund an amount
-qualioljlijjresent circulation. It alto ha a
-fwrpto fund of 57,"CC0.-: - -...
The Bank ha declared a dividend of 2
per cent for the .last half year.
;--Jla 5toe!ir New-Tnrk, Jan. Tj,a Pf.
bank stock was seUin(r,at 118 j Bank of New
York, 120rPhenii laok,JSl. - -
A quandary. -The poet-master at I'tica, New.
fork, having aent in his resignation, the candi
tjates for the vacant office were so numerous,
and to powerfully backed by recommendation,
that the Administration at Washington were
qfroid to make tn appointment, and returned the
commission back to theperton who had reaigned
it. Dr. Marcua Hitchcock. 1 his imlecision in the
Administration, dora not argue much in favor of
their independence,- but will rather beget a con.
tempt and want of confidence in the people
Timet Precautin.t observe, in tSe Os.
. -Vego (New-York.) Gazettee, an advertisement
notifying the public that 44 Doct. H. Dewey"
has set up businesa at Fulton, in that county ;
and among other things, he advertises for " fifty
etone-euUers"-to prepare tomb-stones for
hi patients, we presume.
! Shocking. At the execution of Levi
Kelly, for murder, at Coopentnwn, New-York,
,n Friday, the.4th. jpst,. a, waffoldl capable .of
- boldma; 1000 people, had been erected near the
gallows, with the view of better accommodating
requesren issmnn as r7;" ' i en etrlv period to take
town oe naiiiory,ow nciinccuaj, uio uiii uj , , . f . .,
-e v.i . teii ri..:uuA..m.i had the moat friendly
think bet calculated to attain the end ' tne itncKUtet, uurinr
. yiv ipccmun in wiuicBMiig mc vijiciiiii ccrenio
fiiee. It having commenced raining, a great
rnanv nennle enl utitor th irnHnlil 'll .
it t and I few minutes before Kelly waa swung
off,. it fell, and crushed those who were be-
neath t three or four persons were killed i some
had their limbs broken, and other were shock
ingly mangled. Amidst this scene of horror and
death, Kelly was launched into eternity. Every
day'a experience shows the impolicy, the mis
chievous evils of puii'e executions! and we would
fsifl aee atatutory plttio'ijnM.&r W
state legislature. Ktlly bad just returnrufrom
ieetag Utriag hung kt; .:ilbiy;;whert he JtTlled
:r., Spafford, for iwhich
and from the idle curiosity bftbe people in Wit
nessing the latter execution, three innocent mor.
tab came to kn nntimely death.
The Bth . . Janvarf past, waa celebrated
jhrougbout the countrv, with every demonstra
tion ot joy and patriotic enthusiasm., We 'hall
hereafter notice some of the moat interesting of
.the celebration, the toast drank, fcc.
t x :
lit (' ram.-i i r'.f rlji . J.!iki
ant Mmirrie put at lit 1 of the Adams tit krt
in Virginia, lUt it had not only b.an Jmrn ,iih
out consulting those veneratrd i;,'es, but con
trary to their inclinations anil determinations.
Mr, Monro having been Invited to unite with
hit fcllow-citizens in the celebration of the 6th
of January, at AMie, Virg. returned the follow
n answer i which show hit prudence In stand
kw,t from every thing like a participation
, j lnt political strifes of the day i
r ' oa siiu, . f, 1828.
' Gtntltmtn i h o person felt more ten-
'. iblv than I did, the advantage and credit.
jerJvcJ to our country, from the, victor?
. lned Jew Orlean, on the 8h of
, . , tt-i.i
jinnarti ima.nr inuurni mora miriiiv
.""rf .7 " or
ol the gallantry and
k Commander, and ol 1
id Rood conduct or the
if fk IMiAtu mKji frill
i vuiuui'inilu vi ii iivwy"iiii
inder blm,liMhJiCtlon.,.or ?h,I JtfW
i Bl,en manr Droof.bt altcntfinc like L
I " "
ebrationa heretofore, and alto by nomina
tlngltni VcTee Wa! Important truitt"h1lc
I held the late office. If the celebration
propoied, i confined to thai object, I
ahould readily accept the invitation. It it
known, however, that quettion li now
!tdin. and. iik which, e ver move ' i'ptTtideney tn Card, fiee'i eonrnanvi which re
rd-ting to tbe pie, coSI WW krJT:
It connected. In that quetion, I reiolved
no part, having
relation with both
my service In the
late office, and given to etch (he ilrong
eat proof of confidence and regard, un
der a thorouRh conviction that they meri
ted them. The nppmlni candidate, per
formed Ijkewlse hi doty In the important
trust committed to him, with great ability
nd integrity, and entirely to my satisfac
tion. With these sentiment and feeling,
for both, I retired, and it i my with to
preserve them. I cannot, therefore, tske
any position, which may by inference,
arrange me, in the present question, on
the HJ f either, againat the other.
For jour kind invitation, I befj you to ac
cept my betl think. . . ..
With creat respect and etteem, I re-
main gentlemen, ybur'obedient r vai
r ".VCetSnut 7hvflnrd.rt-'n fated In
Fortsmouth (Ohio) t ime., that man came to
(that town, mUm tlurat foriiyMar wat so ins-Muu
1 ' l" P " "7
"J mU ' ,0, lrWJ??'?k, U
. be,P!L'"K" romjJJ'jtfl't drunk ! Hich a slave to
hirapneWo woil.Icut liis tliroaTfor a raTTofl"6r
' y, provKieu hc cvuiu jri ii on i p'onmi ;
Mr. 8,M. Riddintrs lately kille.l.
at Sen fall. 4ate of New-Vork. srry.W
duck at uoe lx t I
flirnry SinIze, the farruxis founder of the town
of Hamburg, S. C. who haa for some time been
in Edgefield, ft. C. jail, under a conviction of
manslaughter, for assisting others to brat a Mr.
Martin until he died, to extort the confession
of a theft, of which it has nnre been ascertain
ed he was guilty. has been pardoned bv the
Governor of South-Carolina, and It out of jail.
Mnieter tn F.nj!and. Among others, William
Canon, Esq. of this state has been named as be
ing likely tn receive the appointment of Minis
ter to F-nghmd, in place of Albert ttallalin, re
turned. : Mr, Rastont talenu and h' standing
eminently riuallfy him for the' discharge ot the
important duties of that distinguikhed ofTicial
tmat ami it would be doing but sheer justice
to North Carolina, for the administration to con
fer the honor on one of her talented sons.
We have received the M Nr.. of the "Vie.
gjnia and North Cnrtdina Presbyterian Preach-
Mlver. We have also receiveJ the"lt "So" of
the Evangelical Museum,'' published and edi
ted by the same gentleman, Jh?y are valuable
peviodica.il! and we invite ihoae disposef to
patroniee them," to Call and examine the speci
mens we have, before they tend abrtaj for sim
ilar publications. - --
Enrh,, or LTa, Ytgetablet. The New-York
F.nquirer mentions, aa a remarkable instance of
rWy vegetation in that climate, that atparajut,
fresh ami full grown, was to be served up in
that city on St. John's day, (27th Dec.) and alto
on the 8th January, at the celebration of the
Victory of New-Orleans. Yt is certainly out of
the common course of nature, for vegetable of
thia kind to be brought to perfection at that
Season of the year, in a latitude of 41 k. But
is it not a misnomer to call that " early veirettf
tion" which is matured so late as the Irfth De
Grern rent were brought to, and sold in, the
market at Savannah, Georgia, on the 5th day of
Jano.iry, inst. For ten day's past, we have had'
(at, and in the proximity of, Salisbury) cool, 1
comfortable -winter -weather. We las week saw 1
plumb trees in bloom. No no yet ! j
Supreme Court. Hie following gentlemen
have obtained license to practice law, in addi
tion to those heretofore mentioned
In- the- wiperior courts i Spier , M hitaker of
naiuaxt samuai i. sneeu oi uxtoru: t.eorge
rv Davidson, of Iredell; Hichard Croom, of
ntheconntv courts t John FI. Wheeler, of
nrrders, htmcidet, Uc.On the 19th ult. Dr.
I. B. tlopson,of Alexandria, Louisiana, was
dead tlitS apistol,in that town.bv a Mr. Tin
M. Starr, durinar an altercation between thm
abmit the borrowing of a book. Starr was ar
rested, and put in jail.
.On the 13th ult.- Mr. Isaac Watkin wa shot
dead with rifle while iitfing In a atore at Lit
dtwr madetil escape YWH were subcribed
by the citizens as a rewsfrd fo-r hTsphrchenffoK
and the Governor had offered g200 more. . Mr.
Watkin was 51 year old, a highhTespectabh
and useful citizen.
i irtyjwj en
CC? We are compelled to omit, this week, a
summary of the proceedings of Congress. We
fhall endeavor to make Mwada, oo this score,
hi our nett.
l.' f . : ,
t ! -r1 I - -the
uhr'f.cr military or u,l, i
late, a h!!itinf ii lit I
ntir!) IniliCCioril bl tlio p
drerptive, and are never eur teta of the oir
of the iff Hut m they re the bett mean
we have at hand, of judginr of the tr nirh of
panieawe shall make ue of uch as come In our
way. - .
Jackvm meetinn In ail.iit'ion to those we have
already mentioned, have been held in the coun
ties of Greene, Wayne, and Onalov at each of
which, resolutions exprerure of a determination
to support Gen. Jackson fur President and Mr.
Calhoun for Vice President, were passed.
At a casual meeting of citizens at Moflltt's
mill, Kamlolph eotmtv, 5tH Inst. Maj. Abram
Brower was requested te take the tense of those
present.1 on the pn sideniy aod oo doint; to,
found there were for ; ' - ; -
Jackson, . . . . . . . . r SO .
Adams, .... . 00.'
' Ttitil "tit wby VcoTirny.Cdajberl
' votea on the presidency, on the 9th tntt
In flreene county, a few days since, the vote
was taken on the presidency at company mus
ter 30 for Jackson, 8 for Adams.
In Robeson ewintv, a vote waa taken on (he
'.W. fjJittri Tou W4ll riv satisfaction td
manv, by publishing, that at a mutter of Cspt.
L. R. White'a company, on Rocky Creek, in
Iredell Connty, last wees, the vote wa taken tn
the subject of the Presidency i when
Jackson got 40 vote.
Adam 21 do.
FrrtA. Qunke. Late Inteirifence from DogoU,
(capita of Colombia, tlouth-America) received
at llaltimore, affVmls the paricular of a moit
detnictive earth-quake, which visited that city
on the 23d Nov. The shocl threw down the
tower of the Cathedral, injured almost alt the
churches, the Palace and miter public build.
ing and hat reduced ta a keap of ruins many
of the private dwelling. Scarcely a house has
been left uninjured, and a considerable number
are not inhabitable. These calamities hare
been aggravated by the loss of lives ; the pre.
cie number of persons wbt htre been killed
we are unable to state, although we heard that
on the datf after, fifteen had been interred in
th cemetery of this city. Several others have
tuflered Injury," and ' not few were dtg the
ame evening Hit of tlio ruins.
The duration of the shock wm three qmrten
i -I'..: .-;ir ;
C.i . ciuiimic i Bl NX IllllllUII.
TfatTiirii, tfc We iMiveTio-fcTthCTlrf.
telliptnre from Greece and Turkey, than here,
tuforr given ; of course tt if not known what
odeel ttwt aignal defeat of. the 1 UTk aV Nvari.
no, i!l have on the government at COostanti.
nople. ' '- " ' ' " ' ' " ... . ..
Hie new from France-I intereting: the
Ubnalt have triuTtphed in the elections: the
Jx ZZ la'.i
be a chsnge in the miniatry, ami consequently
tn thrwhole policy of the government, of that
king-ridden ami oppressed people.
fraud in Paekinr Cttfit.k Mr. Burge sold
two bales of cotton In Petersburg, Virg. a few
davs since, which was found to have been netteL,
and spoiled, having been packed in a wet state :
it was sold at auction, to the original owner, for
S cents per lb. t and suit waa instituted against
Hurge, for the fraud. '
Mrcklenhurg cunty. meeting of the
friends of the Administration In thia eountv. is
called,' to lake place in Charlotte on the ll of
February, proximo. A Jackaon meeting mi to
tke place there on the 26th. We are aesured,
from good authority, that at least two-thirds of
the voters of Mecklenburg county are for Jack
son, and will vote for him at the election in
November next, notwithstanding the mighty
efforts Khal are making there to bolster up the
Administration, by means of a pre, committed
oljigiUnccfcc. - , ;
Cl. Steeilman hu been elected Sheriff of the
city of Charleston : Steedman 824 votea, Parker
771. Lebrr 460, Patrick -?86, McCa'jta 52 -Fourirear
is the term of office r-and if judici
ously managed, the fees are worth a fortune to
Ihe incumbent. " "
Dram drinking. A petition ha been pre
sented to the legislature of Alabama, that ac
counts contracted for spiritou liquors in drams
may be placed on the aame (toting with gam
bling debts that is, not recoverable in law.
Great Jackson Meeting n Statesvillc. "
We are advised bv a triend ir9tatesvillf , that
one of the largest political mctinga known for
a longtime in that town, wa htld on Monday,
ihe 21st mat. by the themis of Jackson in Ire
dell county, ijuadruple the number of peopfc
attendetl, that did the Adams meeting in the
same place, on the 12th. Gen. George Lee D
skbon i sided j and Col. Abner F. Catdrel,
and James I homp'on, Eaq. acted as eecretario.
The proceeding were spirited, but dignifiid
and bsmioniou'. We have- an authenticatrd
account of the proceedings, for publication in
our next. So much has been said, and so confi
dently, of Iredell county being a strong hod of
tbe Administration, that people aDroad beftn o
think such wa the case i but the humbe that
1 attended thia meeting, and the spirit the ma-
i itemed, win unueccive iss puowm reiiuii io
4 the sentiment of the freemen of that oJunty.
- .aaer ""
7ri-m in Viemnin I he legislative nonven-
ftion for nominating Jackson Dec6rs7hrgima7
assembled in Kichmond on hi Bth inst, Mr.
Banks, Speaker of the HouscC Delegates, in
the Chair, and Thomas Ritchie,' Secretary.
'On motion, G. W. Munfort (Clerk of the H.
of D.) waa appointed assistant Secretary,
The roll of the Members of both Howe was
called over; nd 14 Senator!. 15S Delegate,
and 23. special Deputies appdkred in person,
and a few bv proxy. " - ---.f " A'
On (jeir. Iade'a motion, theiroeetiog earn to-
the following resolution t KeaolVed unanimously,
that Aiidrew Jackson of the Sfale of 1 ennesSee
be recommended to the people of thia State as
i fit person to be voted for as President of the
V. States, at" the approaching election.
On Gen.' Dade's motion, the meeting came to
the resolution of calling over the names of the
Members for the purpose of designating some
candidate for the Vice Presidency, ft appeared
that 164. declared for John C. Calhoun, ?0 for
::.).:.' ,3r.rv.v-.,. (....::.. i.if.rf, i
Ttrr ;i, an-l I f..r Jul.n I ler. 'I he rr',l,i!i
thus prrvadrd for rwnniimUn Mr. Calhiiin.
I wcniy-'iHir jrrnllrinrn were nsnird as csn.
ditl trs for J4rkin JJrctnrsi a Central eorrct
pond. hp committee was appointed, kc. A mo
tion fur the committee to publish an aldres to
the people of Virginia, Was not Carried i every
thinr was left to the People, In whom the
friends of Jacbon have perfect confidence.
BEWARE OF THE LEAD MIXER,
Who calls himself Hamilton, and who came
to tltoket eountv to construct a furnace i and af
ter several unsuccessful attempt to run out lead,
hfi told us he had don all he could i for this
we gave him credit i and in payment of his
contracted debts, he gave u leeJmlt.
A nftseaj tfStvlet,
-,. . r . ' - -
The Bank of Virginia has declared a dividend
of fir per cent, for the last half year.
Jiaa OMH.rCCelVCa t n i nn, irnm ,
vns, that the King ol opain ha acknowi
edged Ihe Indrfiendrnct of South America.
A letter from respectable gentleman at
flivana? dated Ihe "J4th of - December
aavt that the report waa generally believed
K.'xiro Psper from the city of Met"
ico, to the 3d ult. have been received al
Philadelphia. There 1 much agitation
throughout th Republic, owing to the
trite , of the two great psttiet, and the
question of the expulsion of the Spn
iard. Thirty-one member of the Cham
ber of Deputies of ihe Union bad tfli
mitted the draught of a law, mediatorial
between the legislature ol the Mates and
the Spanish residents, whom those legis
lature would expel without exception or
Cotton. The List accounts from Liver
poll give rather more favorable accounts
of this article. There had been an tmusu
ally good demand ; .ea Islands had advanc
ed l-2d. per pound, and price of other de
scription bad been fully supported.
The iales 6fTWewk-eni!inj7r Nov: 74,
amounted to 23.080 bags.
V. S. Supreme Court. -TUc supreme mirr
I of JjhJnjtejjjState met atWhin);iou
on Uth inat. when the foIfiSint Julrei.
vil. Mar.h'jll. Washington, W illiam John
on, S'nry, Smith Thoinpnon, and Robt.
Trindile, appearccT and lookThcir'ti'eatIV"
Mr. Webster ha left Washington for
N'ew York, where hit lady continue serf
ouslv ill We regret to learn from ihe
Intelligencer, that Mr. ebs'er own
health is very delirate.
Altxandria Gaz. StU intt.
The national subscription for a monu
mcnt to Mr. tannine, now amounts to
the sum of 5136. in England.
Fa'icttn-ille, Jim. 17. Apple brandy, 53 o
3" ; I'each do. 40 "to 45 1 Bacon, 8 a 10 i Hag.
ging. 20 to 24; Coffee 16 a 18; Cotton, new 7
to 8 S0i Corn. 40 a W flour. to 4 50 j
Iron, 5) to 6J t- Molasae to 40 i Sugar
11 to 11J i Halt. 80 to 85 r Whiskey, SO a 32 1
Wheat 70 to 73, per bu'hel.
Charletttn, Jan.. 16. Cotton, upland, 3$ to
10 1 whisker, 27 to 28 ; apple bruidv, 27 a 30 1
beeswax. 35 a 25 r bacon, 6J to 7 1 bagging, 53
to 25 1 salt, Liverpool in bulk 40 a 40 , l urks
lilarnl none i augar, brown, V a ; Cotli-e, u
V.: . " c.iTr i -u.i. iTI. K
rally from 9 to 9 J very good have commanded
91. ' . Selections of Store Lots have bccnitiiJe
. Wfi. .-wr wi "-""" I" . . I
at lOeents. - - -
North-Carolini Rank ItilW, 4 to 3 per rent.
discount. Georgia do.excepi lianen; j io i
rier cent discount.
Erchaiuee at short sight, on Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, par per cent. prem.
60 days, 1 a 1 p. r ct. dis.
F.xchamre on F.nglaml-9J a M per cent.
prem.j on France, 5f. 200.
m t r . m
Cotton. The receipt ol artvicesirom Liver
nru.1. bus been to induce purchaer to come
forward more, freely, and the holders have been
enabled toefl'ert sales at price which it wasdif
ficiilt before to realize. The aale. for the lat
three davs amount to about 1200 bales com
nriaing 900 Uplands at 9 a 10 cents, principally
at 9J, and 300 New-Orleans, at 10 12 1-8 cents
Money. farkrt. In New-York, January 15th,
wrfh r.hilin, hnnk bills were at TEN per
cent, discount r Virginia,;?! Sooth-Carolina, 2 j
Georgia, 2J the Danen billa the same t Ala
k,n. fi... l omhiL'hee. broken i Louisiana, J
a 1 -. Miwissinni. 5 a 6 1 Ohio, 5 a 6 , Kentucky,
uncertain! Tennesee, do.
retertburg.Jan. ;8,-Cptton, 8 to 9J ? bacon,
6 to 8; old apple branuy, io oi i pci.ii .
7C to 75 i flour, 6 a 6i ; pork, 4 1 Wheat, 00 a
85. North-Carolina bank notes. 10" per cent.
discount; Georgia do. H at).
On the 3d inst. in Cabarrus county, hy Rev
ok... Xli. Jacob File, aon ol Jacoh
1 KII1C1 evil'. , . i , f
p.U .n. tn Miss Eleanor Coleman, daughter of
Mr. Jacob Coleman, Also, ou the I7th inst.. by
the wme, Mr Caleb Frieze; son of I eter Frieze,
to Mis Mary Willhelm, birtliof Howan county.
Afro, bn the 1 5th inst.ufcl4cn. County, by ths
Itev Mr, Iteck, Mr. Christian Clodtfefter to Miss
rtrtteth Buttle, dighter of the Widsm Biiatle,
' 'Irr this County, on the. l7ih.m,M-,h
Locke, Esq. Mr. George W. Locke to Miss
i ii..,. rouhtv. onthe 19th inst. Mr. Arclic-
bus Dallcw to MiaaLinchy Connelly.
Alo,onthe 3d mst. oy me .
Shtcr'of MtMact-b Forney, s'l ct narkej
V. Sluorll A. late IO Wl """
I.i Un '.! e--,-u;v, arr the C
on l!in I'lhiii.t. lirS. 1.ui!jc!
Sfrl i 'I years,
A', at lirr re'di-nre in r!iarriscun'y, mi
th 12h inst. Mr. I;iher Utrger, in the 20 lit
year of her ac. Rim was the daughter of Mr,
George Miller, of aai.l cmnty. fu early yout!
sit embraced rclirion, and remained a puxis and
exemplary meniber of the Irthrran chunh on.
to her death. Consciou of her approsching dia.
solution, she cheert'illy auhmitted lb her fate, aiwl
died, with a lively hope of living forever in the
presence of a glorified Itedi emer. Hh left an
affectionate husband, one child, and mimeroue
connexions, to bemoan her early departure.
On the 3d Inst, in Ca'iamis county, Mr, Ful .
Ketcherin, a;d T) tat. He wa a reapecta.
ble man, and an i-Xfti, slaty rhrietiani he left a
large family; and n'lmeii.ui relations, te bemoan
hldeth..' XV I'tmmwnirtued.
... , t. DsoMrrinN.
ffTfrn cnpaMn rahip of Huttf intcn anvl Wynne,'
H imy AlUed Dy miffti consent.
t, thmB Jnj'rJJj niltVfr-flUl",
nestlv rrnuetted to rail and make pavment tO
John' Huntington, who I suthorised to reeelvw
the sum. It it conflOentlr expected that tnH
notice will not be neglected, tine of the Krm it)
deiflrouf of leaving tUr" place, and as H rfot in
Mtr-penrer-to rise Indulgen, it is honed it
wilf not : W exSecteu. nietht
Aa not avail themselves of the earliest op port u
nit to make payment, my expect their note
and aceounts lo be placed in the hand of an of.
fleer for Election. JOHN II I'NTIsr. TON,
Knlithnrtt, 21rt Jitnw?. IH18. 4i03
"I If OL'l.t) inform his friends' and the pubfio
v v generally, tliat he has taken to himself
the concern of Huntington and Wynne, and wjll
continue to keep a neat assortment of all kind of
and respectfully oli its those alio are dlspoe!
to purchase such articlrs, to give him a call.
He expects, in a abort time, an additional jour,
neyman ; and w'll be well prepared to execute
all work in his I'mr. 4t03
iAr. Jan. 24M, K
HOOKS LOANED OUT.
N'O'MCF.. All person having hooks Tn the"'
li'naessinn belonging to the estate of Al
fre.lac.ilcceaaelrr mrjitted to leaver
them at lr. Mitchell's.
Jantinrn 24A, 1'28.
YADKIN NAVIGATION COMPANY".
VMKKflNG of the llirectors of th.- Yadkilt '
N "igat'.On. Company is rrniested on the
15th ofTi-briiary nex', m the town'of faHsburyV "
Matter of importance re)iiire their attention.
TWO OF THfcV D1KEC 1 0H8.
-iM.JZtl. 1828, .. 3f01
JOHN C. ELLIOTT 5 ESTATE. -
THE subscriber having qualified at adminis
trator on the etate nf John C. Elliott, decd.
late of Ittithrrford county, N. C. desire all per.
sons indebted to the estate to make payment
with as little delay ai poasihle i and person hav
ing claims against the esta'e, are desired to pre
sent tb em, legally authenticated, within the tinin
preserved by law, oihtrwlae this notice will bet
plead fn bar of their recoverv.
.'niifn-w 15M. 1828. 3t01
ON the 12th day of February next, I will ell.
at the house of Jphn V. fllliott, dee'd. in
liiitherford county, N; C. upon a eretlit of twelvw .
oionths, all the personal property belonging to
t?te estate of said Elliott, consisting of Cattle,
flogs, Rheen, and Horses i a large quantity of?
Corn, betweeen thirty ami forty likely Ntgroca, .....
consiating of men.'Vomen, girls and Childretl.
among them onee5ceflent blacksmith of goml " "
character, and two others tolerably good black,
imiths and Carpenter, also of good character a
andothrf articles r h sale to continue front
day to day until finished. Other terms of talo
made known on the dav of aale.
January Mr. 1828. 30I
ri '-WftLEY t Ct. have on hand of the
ar'. l -a i r ..i ui 1
a mUnt -supply. during the Kason,bj' JO
irraii. dozen, or sinrle box.
.WxAffsi Jitfr. IS, 1828.".-- -T-Oa'-
N. It. said powden. are put up according to
the method prescribed by th London Pharma-
DANIEL II. CRESS
REQUESTS all persons indebted to him by
note of ham!, book acciunt, or otherwise,
to make payment immediately, or their, debt
w ill be placed in the bands of an officer for co).
Tectioii. " Ferstin having demands against him,
will please prtsrnl them fur payment.
He expects from the North, in a few days, art
assortment of GOODS, consiVirig of
Dry Goods, I Cutlery, Crockery
Hard Ware, Groceries, &c.
which he is disposed to sell low for caih, or Qtl
Saliibury.Jan. 13fA, 1828. 98
ATI! AN DHOWN returns his sincere thank
tn his friends and the public in general.
for the liberal encouragement be lura received
in his line of business i and b-gs leave to inform)
them, that he still continues at his old stand,
one door north-east of the jail i w here he ha on
hand generattyr GUiV panel nd atick alto, -Sttlkeiii;
'arrrf1lh, nul Carriage, u( all deacrip...
tions, executed not inferior to any in the ur
Uefiahing, of ever? description,- and Smith-ItWife-of-any-kind.
notice and at the lowest pricea.
Sulithirrv, Jan. 3th, 1828. 6t0l
T?IliST quality of H'inter Strained Lamp Oil
also, (ilan fuimpt, for sale, by 97
NOT KAN AWAY4 Bil r
RANsw.yfron he u.bewrbfete.at Peterblirig,,;
Georgia, on the night of tlie stcond of Jan
uary, nrgni min
is rather of a ytllow compfexion, stout, and. welt
made s his name is Itatu-, and will both proba.
b'v make fr Virginia i the woman is black anil
iikelv, and is called Kottt they tth carried
st-veral auits of atipai rel, ami several 'blankets
sndquiN. , J ' Hi . I), V ATKINS-.
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