Ato York, Jiril 25. .Ry tht fist sail
ing packet ihip William Thompson from
Liverpool, whence the tailed on the 17th
March, we have received our London
file to the 16th. From the extracts
which we make from the Observer of
the 16th It will be teen that the question
of war or peace in Europe it no longer
doubtful but that Russia hit issued her
declaration aeaintt Turkev. Com.
London, Sunday, March 19. On T ilei
tis? night the? Russian A mhstsador re
ceived despatches front his Court, con
taining the Emperor'a declaration of war
igiintt Turkefrand which wat imniedi
atelr communicated by bit excellency
!brh.9jl1t oLWelhngton andJrKlhe
"evet)V( to Ms Majesty ."The Emperor Jiis'
rround of Turker having violated the
wwjieTtivlnjrxeited. tne. rertiafii-t'ineir
. recent hostilities., iTojkW, jartj., glded,
the cPwinfr ol Ue uospnorut tgawai m
: trade tf Odette.- . .-.,- ,...
The Turkt ere once more resorting to a
' tvttem of evasion and proerattinaMon
The Reit Eflendi has declared hit regret
nd torrow at the publication or the Man
ifetto, and protests that tome of the most
OHeniive pattages in are pomc
forgeries, whilst othert have been mis
Interpreted br the Allies.
The. French troopt. have not yet . left
Toulon, nor have any Lnglish troops
embarked for Greece. The use of such
an armament cannot be to oppose the
Turks i it can be meant only to overawe
the factious chiefs and lawless hetero
fMttwMMia masse which compose the
Greek population. Another week may
hrlnv ui mora decisive newt as to the
Russian movements ; but it is impossible
that the Emperot can have ventured uon
t deviation from the treatv of July, with
.out secret understanding with Austria ;
-r for. if Russia were' an equal match fo
obvioua that England and trance, or
. either,- CQUld turn b. balance against
v fTbe treaty betwwn Russia and .Pe.rVw
hat not been tiened, and hostilities were
expected to recommence.
Since the above ha hern iii type, English pa
. pert to the 2$th March have been received, at
-lftw-York, bv the ship Hsmilton, from Liver:
pool. The report of Ruia having declared war
against Turkey, seem yet to be li ft in doubt.
- Mr. PeeL one of the- British, minister, stated In
the House of Common, on 22d March, that no
Information of the kind had been communicated
to the British government i and that the treaty
of July last between the Allies, enjoining- neu
trality, would be ttrictly adhered to. It i ata
ted, however, that the IJei F.ffendi had commu-
nlcated to the European Minister yet reiding
tt f era, that new negotiation were ont of the
question, while the Greek refuted to submit.
Two months hare been thu gained, but wheth.
fcrlavorahle to the Porte, or the Allies, aeemed
The London Jew Tiroes of the 20th Trch.
: mention that a rumor prevailed at the west end
v.tneday oerore,; tnat ttie -lWW or weiri.Tgtonrkinea: Some of the aiUtoncs were picked'
wUh th. r.mnr on the sflVir. of the
The tame paper! that there i no instance milea, to Yorkville t and were even then as
of such a step having been taken by a Prime lar'e as a common hen's egg.
,ht miMi0" Castlereagh. XVe learn "tbtt the Mme ttopm of hmi, wind
in 1814; was in anme meature analagoua. . . - . . -
Coutjt Capo dlstrtt hariogjirriTed at Egina; m4jmi- T,)! !eJUH
i copvokea a Creek4rimate4o-ainble.llere Jhrough Iredell county, anirthe country north
on the 1st of April The first art of his press, of tliis coqaiderabie 'damage "was sustained,
dency was directed sgaimt the Greek Pirate", - . .. r , . .
tome of whom lie had etecuted. ' 1 w oirt bu.W.ngs, fences, -domesne animals.
Letters from Alexandria of the 16th January fow,,
tJishHr-aelM f - Egypt was busily ero. ;k, In Currituck, county, in" this tfst.the storm
ployed in fitting out the fleet o carry freah re- 0 hive been awful in it effect: in raise
iaforceiMnt to the Morea.and Uwaa expected ,
they would be readv tolail in , dav or two. . phCe' tht overe1 w,,h
Runia and rero.-Ho,tiutie. have again hwl ,rton Pf enormw' ''": 3r of them
commenced between these two countrica, in , eighed 918. , cattle, hogs, and poultry, were
consequence, aa it i raid, of the latter power' killed s roof were penetrated by the hail, clap
haying refused to ratify the late treaty, the pro- gpit bv them &c
visions of which were so manifestly to her dis
advantage Pirtufol Don Mifruel ha revolutionized the Virginia. Tht general election for members
government, and constituted an ultra roliatof the Legislature, &c. took place last month
o.nr,. or wuwn, n wmner. wno natea tne
new constitution and the English alike, has uir.
ped with the priests the whole sway over him.
A orivste letter from Lisbon, however, dated
March 13, ststrs that " a well-founded hope is
" swewaw-aawi afiasjs, taiaai VI we ill UcrrSlUITV
to their former order. The Infsnte Recent
seems to have sern his error, to have retraced
his steps, and ahown much apparent anzietv.
5 eh,ni!T I!" " 1f?"ow,!hi P-
patently favorable change in hi disposition. ,
Ctlombia. By late Bogota papers, it appear
that the Congreaa of Ocana was to tit in the :
nrat wuL sf A ta ! I a
" wi uiu aiuv taiui, shhs huww w ttls IT.U y
eral system. War with lni was exnected. A
proclamation of Bohvar-deelare that he-means-
to retain both the regular and extraordinary
powers with which he ba been invctted.
w'y Fruit. An Apricot, measuring three
JbLJld flne-quartcr Jiuxircumferencewas
lacked from a tree in an open garden in New
York week before last.
The !3Mt!iS!!Sm declared
a (Kvidend at the rate of seven per 'cent', per an-
um, on the profits of the last six months.
The jTe;ilorn?nK Courier 1 ttatesi
on the tuthority of lettert from Washing
derstood that Gen. Macomb, bad been
nominated to the Senate, he called upon
Ws friends in that body, and, with his
Usual magnanimity, declared thaf the
Domination wat tio infringement upon his
tiRhts, and one which met hit entire ap-Rrolration,,
MAY 13, 1028.
" Hang out your Uanners on the outward walla."
roe nes ratiiBiaT,
JonN C. CALHOUN.
Vegetable Productions' of the Statoh.So un.
congenial to the growth of vegetation was the
season at the opening of spring, that at one
time it was feared that not only garden escu
lents, but. the growing grata, would ha mostly
cut off." ,TWe fears, however, have not been
den vegelablea have mostly recovered from the
time threatened their destruction'! an9 tbey
now look ' a hixqri ant (ahliou'gfr not tjurte "as
forward) a ususl at this time of year. Wt Were
presented, on the 3d inat. by Mr. William H
Slaughter, from hi garden, with' a large and
fine a meat of Asparagus, aa we ever saw in
this town : one of the it ilk was two inches and
one-fourth in diameter. If any body can
out-show this, Mr. Slaughter withes to hear
from him, through the columni of the Western
Carolinian, or otherwise.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. ,
At a drill mutter of the 63d Regiment of N.
C. Militia, on Friday lt, the 9th inst. the fol
lowing preamble and resolution were proposed
by Maj. Philo Wbi'e, and unanimously adopted :
Whereat, the officer of the 6.M Kegiment of
in. ... Militia, this i lay assembled in court mar
tial, having b en advised of the death of Nathan
Neely, a Captain in Raid Kegiment : And cherish,
ing a high sense of the manly virtue of our de
ceased brother in arm i we do, therefore,
Resolve, tint we sincerely deplore the death
of Capt. Nathun AVy, who wat a much distin
guished, in hit military capacity. forjthat phival
ric devotion to the service of hit country, which
so. peculiarly Constitutes a riTissa-ouiaav the
bulwark of our liberties as he was for his many
'amiable civic virtues..
fwftrf, that, to tesiify;therespee't we felt
for the amiable qualities of our deceased broth,
er officer while living, and to honor hi memo
ry now he is no more, we will, while on duty.
wear crane on the left arm and on the hilt of
the sword, until after the nest General Muster ;
and that on the dav of the General Muster, a
badgeof mourning be attached to each Drum
in ine regiment.
On motion of Quarter Master Hamilton C.
fieiolel,. that the foregoing preamble and
resolution be aigned by the President of the
court martial, and published in the Western
Carolinian. IIF.NRY GILES, President.
JTail Storm. teTere hail-itorm visited the
northern section of York district, H c. on
Saturday, the 26th ult. Some nf the hail-stone
are aaid, by the Yorkville paper, to have been
is large as a goose-egg. Aa might have been
was done by
,hi ."" : house WW unroofed, aeyeral roof
' of housea broken, fowls, lambs, dog, hogs, &e.
: UP hJ 'nver, inj taken a distsnce of
m Virginia, -The vote oror againM a Conven.
. , ,. ...... ...
t,on l ,so UVf n Bt ,b" elect,on- We perceive
partial return in the last papers from thst
ttate i from which it appears that the voice of
Virginia i-in favor of a Convention to amend
. . , s
her Constitution : the cmint.es heara from, are
the small eastern ones : snd even in these the
votes are sometimes nearly divided: in the
county of Frederick, .here were 993 for a con.
were our legislature magnanimous enough to
submit the question to the people of this state
.thrrtkv wished .convention or not. but
the result would be as favorable ss in Virginia.
A man named James Whitehurst, in Horry
District, S. C. shot Maj. laac Ludlnm, about
four weeks tince, because Ludlam bad intefered
and prevented an affray between Whitehurst
and John Rodger. On the same eveniug, the
same John Rodger got into a fight with Ira
Sherman, and killed him by atabbing him with
a knife. Bodgers made his eacape.
A battalion of four companies of United State
troops, have been ordered to repair to the from,
tiers of Mtinej loproteeY the ettiitens of - the
United States against the unwarra.nbe,con-f
New-Brunswick. It will be recollected thst a
number of citizens of the state of Maine were, a
few months ago, seized by British officer, and
imprisoned in the jailof New-Hrunsw ick, under
pretence that they were- living on he British
side of the line. Government ought to have
taken this step long tgo.
Cunrp.-Jp U. t. r icS, psyaUe at ill
branch In New-York, letter 8, dated 2J May,
1825, remarkably well executed, are in circuit-
tion in Virginia. There is not much danger
that the people in this part of the country wilt
be imposed upon by Uniud Siato bill, for a
precious little of that kind of money ever greets
the sight of our people. But still it will je
well enough for us to Uek mat 1
JSM Mr, 8. StiHman, ef Btngtmo courty,
state of Illinois, manufactured a quantity of ttlk
the last tesaon, from worms reared on the bhek
mulberry. He Says any quantity can be nade
there and is fully of the opiaion, that a fanily,
where there I number nf young boys ind (iris,
with tome one to manage the business proprly,
can clothe themselves with silk, with mucMest;
labor than with cotton or flax, Perhae it
would bVweli forua iii orth Carolina, to-aiae
lew cotton; andJurn. our sltentioi towaro the
'. rearing" of BUk -Wiwmsv'."-
' ' A "negro on a'plantition of flrrMftehef, i i'the"
vicinity of Tutcumbia, Alabama, rebelled ayunat
his overseer, Mr. Charles Lane, on the 17t ult.
who wss attempting to chastise him ; the egro
being the stoutest, got the advantage o the
overseer, choked, and attempted to jeneiim i
and in order to save his life, he drew hiscnife
and (tabbed the fellow ; he died toon aite,
fery cltaractrntiic. K flaming Adams pper,
printed somewhere in Ne w-En gland, in a otice
to correspondents, observes " We havi no
room for Truth this week i and our remarta on
Mr. Randolph' speech have necessarily exclu
ded Justice. Fairplay is inadmiible. raise
hood, No. 5, shall appear in oar next."
Chatham runfy. A numerau meeting of the
friends of Gen. Jackson waa held in Chatham
county, on Saturday, the 260 ult. t Ambrose K.
Ramiay, chairman ; John W Bynum, secretary.
Person county. At a mister of Capt. Van
Hook' company, in Persot oounty. n the 1st
iuhrra vote omtre Fresideney WM Uken: 71 for
Jackson ; for 4dams.
The other Side. The Grand Jury in Newbern,
voted on the- PieidehcV, C5tU uh : 16 for
Adams, 2 for Jackson.
In Anton county, the; vote was lately taken at
a muster ; and Adamt got about 70, and Jack
son-only some li at 20;- -
And in Wake county, at a mutter, the Adams
ite outnumbered the Jacksonians, by a small
These little tigni have had a magical effect in
raising 'he mercury in the Adam political ther.
mometer: But if it doe not ink to tero after
next November, we (hall bave......misca!culutf!.
namptonvittr, JV. C. prfV 30th, WS.
Mn. Whits: : Sir, I find ray name in
serted in the list of the Jackson ccrres
ponding committee for ...Capt. Atl ley's
district, in Surry county : it wat put here
without my knowledge of content and
al an act of luttice to me who cmnot
consent .to aid ihe General) you are re
quested Ao publish this note ; believing,
as 1 do, my duty to my country deminds
that I should exert my feeble abilities in
support of our present wise' and virtuous
administration, and to do all io ray power
constitutionally; Jq, procure tbeir.re
ciection,.I am, Sirt.yourtb kc. .. .
Jrticial Cyet.A Dr. Scudder has lately
invented kind of arficiaj jFyet,. which are said
to be admirable imitations of the human eye
They are made of glass j and Dr. S. fit them
ao well into the socket where an eye has been
lost, as to give no inconvenience, " The secre.
tion through the lachrymal ducts, toon fills up
the small aperture perceivable at the corner of
the eye ; and the imitation will be only detected
on cloe inspection." We expect Dr. Scudder
will emigrate either West or South i as, where
the syatem of gouging i moat in vogue, there it
likely hi busines will prove moat lucrative.
He would not lack for patient even in North
Carolina provided, that all who have lost ole
or more of their orb of vision, by the refwrf
practice of gouging, w oukl employ Inm.
Capital conviction. At the Superior Cou$
for Cabarrut county, held in Concord, last weeki
Judge Donnell preaiding, negroes Joe, thj
property of Mr. George-Kiier, and Molly, the
j PTOPeHy of Mr GcorKe Lon were tried- lH
S ' til t .-'C C a f
first for murdering Mrs. Loan, wife of the aforej
mentioned Mr. I-onp r and the latter aa 44 an aq
cessory before the fact j" and were both.. fotn4
guiltv. The Judge sentenced them to be hung;
on Friday, the 30th inst.
Jottph Weir, who was convicted, at the last
fall term of Cabarrus Superior Court, of kidnap.
ping negroes, and sentenced to be hung, but
who appealed to the Supreme Court, and whose
decision, we have heretofore advised oar read
ers, was, that the sentence of the court below
ihould be CArricd iatQ effect hs been ordered
to be. executed on the tame day
: Washington, May I, The.Tariff BS&waaye.
?erdav reported by'the? Committee of the Senate,
th vaio wmewlmeoH-r aniong.oUiione,
renucing'tne uuiy on TOm"w i nn per
gallon, and proposing a progressive increase of
the duty on low priced woollens.
The joint committee appointed on the rub
ject of arranging the buaine to be acted on,
and of fixing a day of adjburnmenUmade a report
in part, to both if wises, yeatenlay. 1 he report
fixes tbe day of adjournment for the 26th inst.
Jtttral, lit int.
H.B Ctor.ouffl tn ftTtrentLiTicnt ars iL'.Iv
employed in siflinz out abuse either in Yhe In.
temal economy, or tht fisncil operation of
uinvnouuepanments, raithrully conducted,
and with an eye excluaively directed to the
publio interetts. investigation of thi character
are always commendable, because, if they lead
to no detection of abuses, they never fail to ope
rate as wholesome checks on public officers.
As. Journal, Wlh sift.
Wathinritn, Friduk.Maw 2. The bill author.
Ising t Rail Road through the District of Colum.
bia, became a law. bv its Dassare in the House
of Representatives yesterday. The construction
of this road will be of great benefit to thia nia.
met, in consequence ot tht increased facilities
which it will afford to the intercourse between
this City and Baltimore. Journal.
la Baltimore bti lhe Uth utt.'fearfcn vev
cetablet. and the.. .young fruit , of Ike or.
chtrdt were completely enveloped in
tnow. But mark the next morning ! at
Patriot". i heriuinriimr;durin;all tta
glory, andvanuatyi thui caught ahhing
tn Mitt AtirtCi lafi, ii making off quite
Fayettnitle, May l.-Cotton, 8 TiO a 9 ?J
Beef, fresh in market, 3 cents i Bacon, 6 to 8 1
Seach brandy, 45 to 50 1 apple do. 36 to 40 1
our, 41 to 44 i whiskev, 25 to 30.. United
Ststes bank notes, 5f to 6 per cent, premium
Bills on the North, 60 days 44 to 5 per ct. pre.
Ninety days draft 2 to 2J.
Charleston, Matf 5. Upland cotton 8 a 10)
whiskey, 25 to 26 1 bagging. 42 inch, 22 to 24 j
sugar, 8 to 9 1 molasses, 27 to 28 cent i
bacon, 8 to 7i apple brandy, 25 to 28 1 bees
wax. 22 1 coffee, 13 to 17; hyson tea, 100 to 105 ;
Jamaica rum, 110 to 115 West India do. 75
to 80 :. Superior Cotton have been sold
above our quotations half a cent North
Carolina bills, 8 to 8 per cent, dia, i Georgia
do. 1 to 2 per cent, ditto.
Camden, May 3, Cotton, middling to fair,
8 to 8Ji fair to good. 8J to 9 1 prime, 9.
. Pttcrtburg May 3, Cotton. 8 to 50 j
tobacco, ffl 50 a 7 refused, a $3 1 corn,
1 j i2 i baeoii, T 8 j" lard, fl 8 Tapple
brandy, 35 a 40 ; peach 75 a llX) cents.. ...North
Carolina bank bills. 8, to 0 per eerrr; discount r
Georgia bins, 2) to 3 i South Carolina bills,
J to 2 per cent, discount. . -
CUra-w, April 1 1. Cotton, 8 ) a 10 j bacon 9 a
10; flour 5 peacb brandy 40 to 45 apple do, 35
to 40 ; whiskey 40 ; pork 4 to 5 ; tallow 9 to 10.
7X&Trriv 1 JM' "30. Corrow i the" sale,
from the 26th to the 29th inclusive, amount to
upward of 200 bales consisting about 1 10 Ala-1
bamas at 10 to 11 cent; 450 New-Orleana at
10 to 12 ;'300 Uplands at 9 II ; and 00 Pertsa.
cola at about 10 j cents.
North Carolina bank bill, 10 to 12 per cent,
discount i Georgia, 3 to 4, Darien 5 1 Soutb
Carolina, 3 ; Virginia, 1 to 1$.
Idverpl Cotton Market, Sahmluy Mar. 15.
The import thi week it 2,123 bafra, and the
(ales reach 14,440 bags, at nther higher rates
for American deacriptions, but the few. Si i rats
old by auction, went off at very low price.
Uplands, 5d tv 6 jd.
J jverponi Cotton Market. . .. ......
Ma ace 24....The cotton market has been more
animated last week than for some time past, and
an advance 'of l -8d per lb. hi been obtained on
American descriptions. At a public aale on Fri
day, 200. bags American and 100 Egyptian
have been taken on speculation. . The demand
continue steady, without, any alteration in
prices i the tales for Saturday and to-day amount
toaout 3,500 bags.
T4 ihfi VuAc.
THE i'uhscriber i now receiving a large and
general assortment of
: :J)rif G00(lSf
of all descriptions, from New-York and Philadel
phia, where tliey were selected by himself, with
care, and bought tor cash, and winch are offered
on the most reasonable terms. He will sell for
cash at the lowest prices otherwise, on time.
Country Produce bought, at the highest market
prices. Arrangements are made to receive
Goods monthly, from the above named places j
which will keep up a good supply of Freeh
Good. Call at hi Store in Sliburv, and ex
amine for yourselvee. JOHN MUKPHY.
N. It. Sugir, Coffee, Salt, Iron, Molasses,
Runf, Wines, French Brandy, 8cc. ice.
May 8th. 1828. 13t26
I7IO R Sale, W holeeale 1 lietail. SPU COT
- TO. V, No. 6 to 15, inclusive, at the Factory
price, from Fayetteville. Apply to
J. siUKrlli, Jtgent.
Sahihurv, 5th May, 1828.
TfENRY P.. SPENCER, from Philadelphia,
I I resnec'fullv inform the citizen of Salis-
bury and tne urrouncnng couniry ana vnm(res,
that he intend carrying on the Painting Busi
ness, in it various branches. 1 hose who may
feel disposed to favor him with work, will please
apply at hi shop in Salisbury, where, or at the
engaged in the country. He will execute Orna
mental Work, such a Fire-Boarda. Fire-Screens,
and Pictures, painted in- landscape, naval vie to
ne, fkc. for ornamenting Room. He will do
all kind of small Job, such as painting Wind
tof Chairs, "Giesv fccren as moderstr terms is
can be done in this country. Any person in the
adjoining villages and counties by addressing a
note ta the , ptjat-office in Salisbury thriLhave
tbeir orderr punctually attended to.
Salisbury, May Uth, IMS. alio.
SE1DLI.TZ and S0rJAra T(lWfKK.
Fl WILLEY k CO. bsve on hand of the
a above Powders, and will continue to keep.
a constant supply during the season, by tbe
rrosa, dozen, or single box.
Salisbury, Jan. IK, lOia. o
N. B. aaid powders are put up according to
the method prescribed by the tandon Pbwrma.
Governor Lincoln, of Massachusetts,
has been re elected by a large majority. '
1 I Vae Lost
A PAIR of black, or dark brtnt
4 -IX JIORSHS. Inev left thi pUce
fhr""yi (Charlotte) on the 6th Inrtant, and
Jfrijtill most probably make for the
northward, by t,he way of Salisbury, Besrd's
Bridge, Danville, ke as I brought them by that
route from the State of Connecticut, last fall.
They are in fine order, six yesrt old, rather
under the common sizei ont of them has ,.,
whito face, and one or two white feetj the
other hat no whits about him, is in the best eon-"
dition, and will W cniiidi.-red the beet horse..
They have always been ued together, snd will .
not be tepartted, unless bv force. "Anyinfor
''9n..Tprefinthem. dlrfcted t0.the,ubcrU.
berrat this place, will be thankfullr reeniveoL
-i uu .mpcMkUO Uae.tov troiiblereawi'
i j . .. ... .
rea,e. GKP.F.N KENORICK.
Charlotte, May 10th, 182S. 14tf ,
RAN fain ifj
December lart, an apprentice hoy, bound
to the tanner1! trade, by name of Robert If, .
Chamheri, about 20 year of age,' stout built, "
dark complected. All persons are forewarned A
against harboring or trading with id appren
tice, as I am determined to put the Isw in fore
against any mich : the above reward will b
given for the apprehension and delivery of said ; .
boy to me, in Haywood county, N. C. but no '
thank NATII'L. BLACKBURN.
JprilSOth, 182B. lw
One way to collect Debit.
MEN sometimes do that which they should rr
not, and for which ihey should be sorry i
do ye, therefore, that which you would have
other do unto you;
Mr. f flute; Sometime in February, 1 left
home on my ordinary buaines of trading, not
calculating or (tating that I would return befoae
lt of May : however, I did so, ten days sooner t
snd to my astonishment saw in your paper av
attachment sued out against the estate of Alexan
der llogan, in favor of John Robinann, Samuel .
Guy and others garniiheed. That I owe aaid
Robinson 85, 1 honestly confess, which shall bo
as honestly psid i but thst he should hste taken
this singufar step, much surprises me t for I flat
ter myself, that all who know me. would as soon .
suspect he worthy and Rey, Gentleman himself L
to desert his family and honest creditors, u me.
I think he must have had but little regard for
my feeling, liTao tXfrordihar'a ttep.IIowev '
er, I excuse him, inasmuch as I tuppoe him to
be belter acqctintec with the laws of God thai '
tiiote of nature or hi country. A good example
indeed, to set a man who (tarts to market, for
no other .purposs) but to make money to psy hi -debts
i snd hi eitate administered on before he
can return. , J2t 15 ; ALEXANDER MOGAN.'
m LAMP OIL. :
THIRST quality of Winter. Strained IjanbOitp
M. also, (ilntt lAimf: for sale, bv
Satittnmt, Jan.U, 1838. K.
W1LLET & Co.
nmriNG to fayrttevillf
WILL find it to their advantage, to atop fee'
the n AGON YAM), where every con
venience is provided for Man and Hone, to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 25
cent a day and night, for the privilege of tho
Yard, the use of a good house, fire, water, snd
shelter. Attached to the Vsrd, are a Grocery
and Provision Ttore, Bread Shop and TJonfee
tionary, and House for Hoarders and ledgers,
in a plain, cheap, wholesome and eomfotv
table ityle. - "' : Of., ...,.
- FayrtfevWe, iff, April; 1828. - -
" ROUSE;' SIGy, AM ORyAMEtftAL "
Pll HR uberiber respectfully inform the St
-A. xens of Salisbury, and the surrounding
country and village;' that he has located him
self in this place, wherejhe hMenda carrying on.
Housex Signand ornamental Paintings
Paper Hanging, Glazing and Gilding, in illtheff
various branches. ..JJe flatters himaelJhm hia
long experience in tbe above branches, 1hat be
will be able to give general satisfaction.
. 'Pis will be a neatly painted and sent to or.
der, a on personal tppiettlon,; As the- times aw -?
hard, the ubcriber intend to work a low for
cash, aa he can live by. He therefore solicits
a (hare of public patronage.
NATHAN B. CARREL.
Salisbury, April 1 8fA. 1 82S. 7t 1 7
Without CASH, Trade mutt die!
f HUE subscriber's limit of indulgence having;
I expired the firt day of March, once more,
in friendship, solicit hi debtors to come for
ward and liuiidate their several debt due him.
at or during the- May Court next. Those who
fail in fulfilling this notice, msy rest assured that
they will be dealt with as the law directs.
Salisbury, March 27A, 1 828. 7t 1 4
JmV received from Philadelphia, the tyray
Fashions, accompanied by the various co-
lors and form now in vorue at the North ; which
Will enable the sibacriher to suit all, both grata
gay, who may lavor him with work : fit
work shall be better made than any in town,
and warranted to fit well.
The subscriber having been appointed by A,
Ward, of Philadelphia, ai a teacher of hi Patent
Protracter eyitem of Tailoring, will instrset
those who may desire to learn this supesor
rooae ocwiwg our garmems.
Salisbury, N. C. April 1st, 1828. 09
JOHN YOUNG'S ESTATE
T'HE undersigned having qualified, atebrv
aryieitlons of 1fo wan counlycoi JTaTaJ--minittrator
on the estate of John Youn,', dee'd.
requettt all persons indebted to said .'State to
'make payment, and all persons havig claims
against the same, tij present them frrpaymenr.
oUUintUo tima presea Used ay Uw, oftbi Mtieaw
will be plead In bar. W. B. WOOV.lnr, .'
THE subscriber having qualified as executor
. ,-of. Je. teL-.iR,;nd,..teaitnt of .ftfeet.
torpening, deceased, late othe iounty Of Burke,
aesnTraH.pitKis indeRted to lie estate or the
aaid deceased, to come forwaat and make lay-
ment without delay t and likewise all those who
have any claimt against sid tttate, to present
them, legally authenticated, within the time
limited by law, otherwise tb's notice will be pled
in bar of their recovery.
DAVID COBPENINO, Executor.
January 31r, 1828. 3mtl4 "
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