T OST, on Friday evening, the 14th tart, .ome
I J where on the great road lead g from
zLSxi ts? Concord, by Shepherd.' Cross
SSSjKm riluKh Jane7, and wv pknUt.on,
. S .kin .ctel A. eonUimnf between one
ffi ami twenty and one hundred ami thr.
HoU-r. in South Carolina monejr, l( 5 and 2
io.T.r billa, qept nr. one WUrl
. . i... t. in .... ,t,. knk of Cane tear, pro
live uoiiar um n , ,
Z to bo counterfeit. Abo, oihi 40, two
sTand two 0 cent bills. About one thousana
T?!?tJ- dollars in judgments Hid
itatM not ncwKv" -
m fimling end denerJi.vor e-.
P"" i mi ret it. shall receive the
. jit.-" " .: 1(10
-' 1 t kum rvtt ,
T?mST fluffy of WMtr SiraineJ Lag W;
r also,,. ff.,.wfcr
I .... Yv.i'.t tt..nf
. . vtrxu. a.. 'I'lVl'S. in lKEDluLL.
f" .. .t . i.. fii.tMville
T WILL Kll.tttewn-T . rv :
ou the 3d Monday in ap"'""
. . - thereof as will psy
Ur.ct.oi 'f-'",i.A 11126. via.
the 7UN tor mo 7c-
sr.. waaa mim in
tVo:; 'Society. l
w I W W W i W . a
cftuGtrvmaa, wsnintoa irvicz. ti
rpT- J''ottPy""rrryr: ;:r;wedinthe March number ofthe
"riS Quarterly Review. Mr.
SP"-: Poinl Mi: .:r' m0.eof as. Irvine vUitcd Madrid m 182G,
"1: o.i-ra f flit TOWN' TAXES.
f UriLL be told tt the courtAomw, on ToM-
lowtnr lota nd bonne in the town of Saltaburv.
or, to much tnereoi
the Commiaaionen Tike, due thereon, from the
yew 1820, to the year 1828 to.wtfi. .
The hoiwe end lot formerly owned by SaUy
in.. nnir hv Abraham Jacoba.
oU formerlowned by B. P. Peanon. now
by John McCkUand. .
Houaeo and loU beloDtfnf to BarnabM Kn
- n . i-i L.ini!n in Pr. Cnonee'. eatate
Uoum and lot new owned and occupied by
Srah Yarbrtttgb. , r
" Houk. fcft wti eeeupied by John Treirter.
House and lot formerly owned by Tbomu
Holme, now by Samuel Jontta,
Houae and lot owned bV Ralph Kertler.
House and lot formerly owned by Martha
Wabon, now by Mrs. West.
House and lot belonging to the estate of the
Hie Mr. Smetlhera.
House and lot belonging to the estate of the
Die Thomas Todd.
Alao, loU number. 23, 24, 31. 32, 35, and
iil the West Square i lot. numbers 38, 39, 40,
"Till of Whicn H oe-aiiaiijtJumH-M.B
1 Aaron Beweflrr
I , James Hir t ,
. muel Murdoch
Jamet G.--la) w
LScVmer. Point. Uuuchii
setts, on Wednesday 5th ultimo.
Our fahert, LoW, to jeek a spot.
Where they mgbt kneel to thee,
Their own fair britage forgot, " -And
braved an unknown sea, .
Here found their p'l'K"? ou, tPoS,!
Where lone the heathen rofed.
And here theirhnnble anthem rose,
To bless the per they W tO.
TheTsieep In aist-but where they trod, -
'-T; : a iceoic, mi6 - . ,
7jm awninv i":-,r j;
tUt bidder on Ja..ftes. due thereon
' & a.au4alaf MB 14
Thomas Porter's heirs
John Reid '
George Reid v
William Cash .
A. S. Duvall
John Dowels, en.
.Km nuntv with the Bible.
.- t u -. . . . ra
- ROOK "BINDIXQ
t.r --i-- nanrtAiltv Informs" the eit
I s.;- ir o-rAnrr. wl theswrroundinr
Cfiuntry, that he tu establiahed a Bindery
. Di said town, on warn oww, -v- t
, .w rrf iiiwiii wh.M he will be thankful
receive ay kind of work in hi une orbuamess;
Irom a number of years eiperience, in Europe
and Americvhe fcels eonfident of beinf able to
pveentire satiifiMjtion to all those who may fa
tbr him with any description Binding.
Blank Bsrs'maile to order, after any pattern
.:.t,i n .hnrt nntiee. and at urices which
y w.. w .
Old B-k Btttutid. either plain or omamen-1 150
tal on the nwt moaene lerroa. jm w
Iron ftdisUnceJaitl.fulIy attended to. The pat
ronare of the publio is renectfully solicited, by
Seir obi aervt JOHN H. DE CABTEBET.
Y aaK.fttir.An7 2P. 1827. 62
. l&aU JVrf Curl'io, RutSerftrd ceuioY
CIOURT of pieat ijmd quarter session; January
sessions, 1824. Charles Allen. Mary flicks,
" Rwker, snd WiMiam MRookefj w. Solo
tnon and Elixabeth labcr, Thomas and Susann
: - :r- t .jtion for fSaftMoiir: It appearing to
" the satisfaction of this court, that the dcfendanl
- L this ease are not 'habitants of this state, or-
ficred, therefore, that publication be made in
r.:,..Hbt, SVettera Carolinhn for six weeks, that the
defendants, Solomon and ERxabeth Taber,
- Thonus and SusanarWahV, do appear before the
Vmtices of our next eourt ot pieas ana quancr
'9- -m-v -). la fr tw..cnuivtv. of Ruth-
treiona w "v -
, Ttj rnurt Jionse in Kuthetfordton. on
- the 3A Monday ?er the 4th HonJsy in March
text, then and Ihere ph-ad, answer dmurror
...j-,-.,, ;!! be entered un srainst them.
irreeably to the praj er of the petithmersj";
" - It 1 - kea ; nu .-( . w.
COtJRT of plest and juaHer srasion, January
term. A. D. 1828: BariilliaLedbetter, John
Searry in r'utht of hia wife Sarah, and Norman
Viirmms in riRht of his wife Nancy, re Gabriel
Wilmoth, snd Wm. Wbite.kles, and Mose.
Whitenides, adm'r. of John Uilbrtter. decM.
and others! Peti'ion for distributive share. It
nppearins; to the satUfaction of the court, that
Gabriel Wilmoth, one of the defendants in thia
Uhuse, It not an inhabitant of this state, it is or
dered by the court that publication be made
fpr sit weeks in the Western Carolinian for the
defendant to appear before the Justices of our
eourt of pleas and quarter sessions to be bolden
for the county of Rutherford, at the coun-house
in Rutherfordton, on the 3d Monday after the
4th Monday in March next, then and there to
lead, answer or demur, or judgment will be
entered up against him sgreeably to the prayer
,hte, ISAAC CRATOn"c.C.
' Sw sAirt Canlina, Ruthtrfrrtl wnny .
GOO RT of pleas and quarter sessions, January
rations, 1828r Metes Simmons, vs. Joseph
llalet and Wife Rebecca, heirs of Edward Ivy,
declared petition for parUtuMi. It appearing
to the sat'isfaction of tbu court that the defes
dants, Joseph Hales and wife Rebecca, are wot
LlnUbttsnte of tb state, oriered therefore, that
John MacHafiy "
Jordan Myars .
:Malthew Roberts, jr
. Lucrrtla Speaka
Silas IJartness ,
William flan new
William Lackey, rhoV. son
940 David Queen
100 KaiTHiti Rvbarda
100 William Steuart
278 Silas Steuart
50 Samuel Sniitls
-A3 I4rwis Wilds
150 John P. Baker
200" Drinsley Barns ,
150 Benjamin Bowlci . ,
345 . John Cofrell
arm IMiamin Farmer -
v w - ,
740 - . Alexander Cnmn
.98 William Jolly " " " '
53 Splonort Smith
382 Abel Sherriif
134 John Tesgtie
216 - - : John wooormj
tt, 'Wrfliamt'umtj-.r ,
151 Robert Elliott
4 0tv .John Elliott
inn lieonre hlhott
112 " Alexander Cunn
jqq. .HUliam ilouatpn ..
150 Purrus MilFiean
30 Kzekiei Biiipe
116 Joseph Stephensoa
9rt Edward Teairue
240 J"hn Templetou
100 Nosh atson
358 William Warren
73 James Brotherton
282 William Fortune
200 William Cray '
100 Mathew Goodwin
135 John Goodwin
10 Solomon Hood
150 -- John Hooper
000 Jas Hooper
47 Willis H. Pritit
200 Robert Potu v
450 William Potts
300 Jamel Reynolds
244 Thomas Reynolds
164 Samuel Sumpter
39 Adlai Watts
2B0 Elisha K.Johnson
329 Thomas Jefferson
200 William McLeod, jr.
100 William McLeod, ten.
100 Cimpbell McKar
Ola Jou-nh McKav. for bis Father's
nublication be naJeTffThrWestern-Carohnian
r.. ..ki imi iqb ueicnuiuu uviu
and wife Rebecca, appear before the justices of
jur nejt eourt of pleaa ana auaner tewoii. io
he boldc-n for the county of Rutherford, at the
court-howe in Rutherfordton, on the 3d Monday
nfter the '4th, Monday, fa March next, then and
. mfimmrt cit lf mur. or ludVmeiit will
U entered up against them, agreeably t m ,
orayerof the petitioner. ' 6tll I
:-".v wr...,jtttestt ISAAC CKATUN, V. C.
StSStoiirf vUitcd Bbdrid ! IStS, whe
w.n iiwvi t ,r..... ..r .u- Ik. rlvrd imnnrtlnt facilities in the
o"". . . . Lj.,.nit fln of his work, lie found
icrioturei and to luppiv mr wu.., r.w -r . .
thaMhe white population of the town ready jeee.. to hbranc., and eullec,
amount, to 47? of whorn 375 are lions of docutBenw relat.ng to Colum.
amoumt v lt , v kj;nw k.u. received aid from aeveral d is tin-
senooi. Versffiiai. a descendant of Columbut.
bt rJie nurnoer ot iiB " ,M""6 t 9v tt. r
an averaw of nearly, four to each .ubmiued the archive, of the family to
ton was found without a Bible, extrwt from the worp Columbu,
town wm iuuu . . .. -.i. . ,r..,i in irnrtrance of the real nandeur
AHirflrTtrrsrTixTuMtyiswjv'ir":.... . . .
uuciivui . .vj k..l.l mitvlt nnened I new wav tn
TiieacTactt aneak lor inenweivea, nu i m -r ---- -
"with bleaaore r thatitmiiaraDJuTO i. V f"
couniy, b . r m;ilf I'Lh.n, of Solomott. and that Cubs and
tea to .uppiy r -v j , remjte . f
Asia. What vision, of glory -ould
have broke upon hi. mind, could . ho '
FFVF.R. . I Kuvf- Icnrtwn that he had indeed ciii
t..i..- k!. w.trV nn fiver. Irnvered a hew continent, equal to tho
Ur, JSWUU, m.rw . , .... IJ
oronounce. that the web of the epider whole of the, old world in magwtude
prevent, the recurrence of fcbrile par- .nd separated by two va.t ocean, from
oxyam. more effectually than bark or all of the earth huherfo known by
1 .1... ..M.rltr rmnlov. riirilired man i and how would hill
rmic. or any umici it"v -
ed for that "purpose. 'It i admiowter- magnanimous spirit have beeo conao.
. ... ' -mi. . l ...IJ L. .V.., I-J tk .kill. rf mini an1 fttrf
cd in pills, lhe weof annum u icut iuiu. mv vu
of" the black .pider, found in cellar, of penury, the neglect of fickle pub
and dark and damp puce., o " .r..
Wllltll WHS IU eLflMVI UIVI Vltv vv..-
Crrecf 'turkey, tc .The follow- ful world he had discovered, and the
intr i. an extract oi a icucr s.u. D,uin iw wujjv -b b-
btlcer in the United States navy, to which, were to uU its lanas wun ait
hi friend inNew-Haven, Connecticut, renown, and to; revere and ble.i hta
24ih Nov. lastt . mt:. f ----ap-
- Smyrna U the aecond oty 6f Meihmtom-vjirt.-M-
leoverned by a Bashaw, next ranlr)tells u. that "eewtiing aane-ot .
r.rr it . ' i e r ri: l. inn J k - T-uiah .. authontiei. . Methiuelan
is fine, being t the head of a large did not live ad long as he mf,hi have
t.... i ,..i4 all '.Hea ex. ilone. had he attended to eood advice t
cept towards the aca, by high nwmo-1 for it i. writteo, that as he was .lccpa
.rr'-1 ':r-r it. i. ni. l ;t xn. the vrounu when Well stnckett
tainous liuu. t iw(iu...w.. i "-r - o . f
merous, (probably 120,000) and its in years, an angel came wnim ana
commerce extensive. Here are ves- toja mm, mai u - u y
sels from all quarters of the globe , build tiim.eii a nouse so i m, no
and perhaps at no place can a person would live 500 year, longer. MetU-
view a greater vanetv oi costume, uacian maoc uswci,
Smyrna, to an American, is not very worth while to take a house for to thoft
pleasant at his Urst vi.it. 1 ne streeis a xerm: nuu av u
are narrow and dirty, and the amuse- was a thou.and year. old.
ments few ; yet officers who have been .
wme time on this station, think it ve- Www....The whole "- f
rvanreeable. Ciravans of camels ar. the four brgestmbta WiAin Ue Uni
rive almost daily. It require, but lit- ted States, b Mated $Jj
tie strength of imagination to picture .ffP'i
them - with their .Earthy driven, .as okees 0,OX)i , ChocUw. , 2l,()00;Dd
aimil.r to those mentioned by. Capt. theChickaaws3,.5.
t Rilev. A strong -Turkish'gtlard pat- moret recent ,4nionnauoti.L-
roles the streets at nignt, to aecmas r'----v.
.11 is quiet and peccful. rptdly inerei..ngTThe.eiI.
. .i... .f.k.T-.i:.l, ! rn av all the advantage, whica
diseawhich-s-completely our own cititeM in our new - ZtsM
Wdfphyaicrtii.rM- alarmed: and ettlementr-pOTe.e
i t tVi ronsamotion. -n. n..A ...Kr .tttirrlrTfT rj6lTdalntht8and--pnvjkgeslvfi;.
which we deprive them.
"Com"; LoriU tbW new temple aow-.
In thy dre. natv he breathea hut vow,
'Ta guardtbialiUle foldv w fc , ( (
Thy lessons to impart i
From every ye tr wipo tha tear,
The stamfrom every heart--
in paths Vre-c- - bjd e!a
Where of ?i '" nf!
nd rwn ha life a lustre shed,
i r light them to the skies.
So, when the last Ions; night shall gb,
The l-st ghvd morning break.
When all that walk'd in truth below.
In j0y above shall wake, ;
Xner, nay thy servant, Lord, ba found,
Tttf chosen of thy Son,
And hear from him the glorious sound,
Well done, beloved one !
. 4,l ..v.
Kot Ik like love, by Bashing eyes.
Nor finned by sentimental sighs,
It buns along" the Poet's lyre
Friemhbips imperishable fire. - -
though totrhter Love's untoward ray,
It fuel sooneonsumes away i
' lavish of at its burning store,
Once quenched, 'tis lost for evermore.
But Fr'iendip' less obtrusive flame,
""Consuming tlow is still tho same
That has the splendor, Mt the spell,
. - of bumiftg Wmrunquenchable. -
raon thi UTvaaanvaawa toa.
f ;v. K. mutX under aalL
Nought" to guide herrrudaer k,
Veer'd by each eapricioua gale,
On the wayward billows tost t
To' and fro upon the breexe.
Glancing in eccentric whims,
That no mortal hand can seize
So art thou, and ten times worse,
In your iig-xag mi ld deranging.
Twirling, twitting, shifting course,
Only constant in its changing.
-Ti Editors ifd S J-.E'Sj'":'
GentU met. : You will conir.r uvor
on many now : suffering by . coughs,
colds and spittingof blood, by making
known in your valuable paper the com
plete relief - obtained, by the use of ; a
decoction made from the Ltverwcrt.
and ihe Vyruft of thejame. if gt-nutne , roe the ,treets at niht, to see
and Ukco season, or ucivrc c i
ulcerated "There is no
ii ui jjiij aiv.o..-, - -- , - ""eniic.Bv-.iT,?.'
of medicine,,., the consumption, jey collected together a
less than 1 800 died Jo the ePLfecfj ncVplaced themselv
mselvea in redi-
New-YcMhftJasty.eaO BeM toflee to "the I shipping j and the
ihe LtvefwoVf wlirnOtn-a
afti-r the Linos become ulcerated, u, . ...4 ftr iinnn the town in case a
is only in the inflamatory stage that the gcnerai massacre ho
eM4 tftfri JrWCailf ,
SUPERIOR Court of Law, Fall Term, 1827
Sally Deaton, v. Jamee Deatoni Petition
for Divorce. In this case it is ordered by the
Court that notice be given for three months in
the Western Carolinian, printed in Saliiburvj
and in Uid Star, printed in Raleigh 1 that the
defendant Jamee Deaton, appear at the next
Superior Court of Law to be held for the Coun.
ty cf Iredell, at the Court Houae 1 8tatesville,
ki he fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in
March next, then and there to plead to, or an.
awer.th petition of Sally Deaton, or that the
tame will be taken pro ennfesso, and will be
'iKArd ex parte. Copied from the minutes.
1CT9 Tem: U3.CAMFBELL, C.
James 1 empleton, fanner -
John F. Cook
Benjamin' F. Cowaa
. Jane Cumminga
John Belt, in trust
Jaffiee Camgan- - t .
'"Samuel Fleming .h. ,.... .
Anarew err, uuaupx ,vj
ton's heirt ' T25
John McKay . 80
John McCuiloch 900
Smith Reynolda . 106
David Wooliver 350
Daniel McKay ' 375
Richard King 400
P r Ai nWF.LLSVlf. aWctf.
N. B. 1 will sell, on the same day, about 20
Tratu fLmnd,w venditioni exponas, and exe
cutions. , P. C. Hh't.
PuT mi toilk iiiTO a platti earthen disk f
oeneral massacre should take place. .11 stanu iweive nuur.,
Liverwort is useful. It isnow ascer.he wUd Turkl from the country cream ; put inn a rouna eartnen ao,
tained, from the best medical authori-camc in hy thousands, to participate and wi,h stinng itwill come to butter
. .1 .l : nAiuitrt ifliir , , . J ... ... ani ., in live miuuict. 111c imm v
iV mil inc iiYt, nun -1 m piunger ana as4SBiuiu", - . , . .
. . . .1 . .t. . j k r.nr iiwi ritni wniie Bill 1 1 1 w .
was with dimcuny tn mc un, i -; - . ...,d;h
with hi. regular soldiers, could res- therefore the best way to J
.. 0 ins ome cold water. A. won a. tne
tram mem. butter i. ao forward that you can uift
e : r .-InfTa little hutter.milk. keen putting ia
: . K. r '... . 1;,, . .,.tri wa.r and wsshini? the
made from atraw at uoi. ivisgraw - .. ' .
... aej.-.'ii o K..n milk out. You mav keen your crem,
mm, near iuciuYHKrn. , - . ,. , . - j,..,
ho at Harriaburg. The paper i. ffur it ,. .elded, three or four
1 .-v.4 u k.7. k- .ritirn before makine rour butter, it wiu not
uuk. I somcwuav r'wii, w v.. 1 w.
. Took, Ibitrer ana asiriogeD..j on wUhout uaing, it win proDuoiy . , .
uuring tne time o. na.-K make good wrapping paper. . . d
verwort tea or aynip, tne panew , - , :
. 1 a raw miiniiv wuia 1 ii rmnmm ivav v
On the 26th November Jast at di
ikiiiir ii. a aa at a saiv-k w 1 van a a w , wsmiiru
ftf ihiiir union, bvanew weddine. I m t U1 v ,
J Veaa yv t 4 t
as ia customary there inauch tnstaa
: . - a - rws - - -
ce of conjugal -longevity, ineeame
.i..Ki. ...ru1;.! in removine and
curing cough; colds and .pitting of
!. Diuretic, promoting the flow of
, 2. Diuphoretic, producing perspi
ration. 3. Mucilaginous, (expectorant and
aic, bitter and a
m th im of ta
should absuinrcitt all heating and
ttimtlating food and drink. Milk
-i .1 ' A'.mt rir.t
BQusia oe tneir ptuh;i p. ..r."
care tnul4 be ttten rn procuring mc
. L.ft. I . .k ."lift
genuiDt. nero-ana-ayrup i ' -"
herb that very much resemble, the grii.
ume, but doeS.notpoms.jne .ame
PHliei poi-"i" r " nrie.t that read the marriage ceremony
meTrinhe-luorr Jare-become fjrtrlSfficiaud at4he
ulcerate, which may be known by the yeiTf 0f age ,
.inkbjs f the matter in water raised .. remarkable, aix
in the morning, then the Liverwort
It r .ft. am Sn.
win oe oi no use 10 tne pci-vu
stage ol toe cU.ease
0i V eVnr derrvtd ft frtgwntff tining
much beaefited by
PP'y wxygen..totheir root. being
round to consume more na
volume of that gs in twenty four
hours 1 md when applied by Mr. Hill,
to the root, of melone, hyacinth., he.
the first were found to be improved in
flavor, the aeenfld. in beauty and in
vienr. F.-rv ihlbiT that promotes the
preaentation of oxygen to the rootl of
me piant must dc cnwl
I n.,11 n(t unnm atiu an4 tOCkhlnf,
and den youm hab EanV wtcr P10.'
nrl tjriSai ia more remarkable, aix
other friend, and aeveral domestics,
a sea a
who were present at tne original wed
lina. ahared in the festivities of the
second, and the principal fiddIer"Tor
the dance was the tame on both occa
sions, .-The Journal de Rouen, of the
m. r.ii - . nlSntl'a STei
a po lOHowiiij, y- ,
cngcr, waa 111c ij;d wnn -
Europe oo the 1st January t
Anthony Clrment, Saionf 72
Charles X, France, .... 70
Leo XHrwmn States, -.- 67..
Cinnra-m. IV. EntrUnd. 65
Charles Felix1, Sardinia.
Frederic IV, Denmarki
id Dec, g vea the name, of the parties; mncls i Austriat
and voucnea lor tne trutn w tne -par-j- '",'"V"'r.
-.......j ,i..in. xreocrica,, i'cuieii.. -
Francis, Two Sicilies -
William, Wirte mberfj,
Mahmoud H. Turkeyi
Eerdinahd VII, Spain,
Louia 1 Bavaria,
Nichols I, Russia,
Peter, Brazil, "
ticuian just' stafed.
The crop of sugar in Louisiana has
hi var IWn verv itbundanL It t.J
estimated at 60,000 hhds some say
more. The molasses will of course be
. Aktbima roper.
30 11 !!
. ,49 .10
' 57 "