Cf Ihr nimv.I n( I It e ship Canad al
$iw York from Liverpool, Knglish pi
tri la lb Inn April have been rectived.
Tim Nr.w tap. in.
' Uathlnion, Miu j The Nsilonal
Journal aava. ,. .,;rr i,;u hit final!.
r ... -
ptnioi '"" n.Krnrcii M... pissed the two Hr.naes, il.e IJoue of
Wirt y the -ar I ho Killed Irom ; Itprrstntaiives having yt,trda concur
Jlusai and Ihc F.aM ate equal If rc(1 1 ,arj,(), BmtnAmtMt ro,Je b,
dubious, overcharged end contradictory lhe gen,u j ,hit h1 W4j(( hf
before mr are our anticipation dk ,U,,urt 0f , fresltlc-nt lo become a
ip,inted at finding lhe general aspect olii,,, of lhe Und. !.i the thane In which
the ppert even leu warllk than by the
ft i true, that " letter," aaid lo be
4 from Odessa, March 30." announces
the receipt ' of a Ruisian manlfeto
.which w eonsidtred equivalent to i
declaration of war against the Turk j and
morning paper here, npon the ttrengih
- of hi, announce.! positively ..IN! !! lU
Ian declaration of r bad; been received
at Odeaai. Sheetato.
iroop wouW P" f, i rB feri WHttt
AprU.-Bai ib passage oMhU itter.fjij
- be mtfC,flfrC"'"ra"''?i no not an act j
of War"- 'K'WV iSnaw.'-HMBA,.
IkLQrefi anJ Aria The paper
before ua contain aavirea irom vuuaiaiiii
nonle tithe I9ih of March. They an
pounce i tourieri ho bad left Smyrna
on the 1 4th with the new of the loul
defeat of the Oreeka who had landed at
Thia Intelligence, jy the Morning
Herld. which had transpired before, bui
bad been generally discredited, i now
placed beyond any doubt.
It Is itaied in the Augshurgh Gafette,
(hat Ibrahim Pacha ha been eumrftuned
by the Lord High Commissioner to evsc
ua'.e the Morea, but that he baa refuted
every proposal of f hi nature. Count
Capo d'latria, on lhe con'rarv , la said to
have declared thai he would hinder Ibra
him from leavjav the Morea, tiil he had
delivered and given back the Greek
IrSoro he had reduced toslavc'ry.
According to thCourier, the PrusMin
Minister at Ibe Porte, ha been recalled,
Jlo afford txrt,n",wfl,,tive o hi m-4
bany: " - - -
Kiuua ana rertta.ni lengtn, . we
the bill ha been returned from thr Sen
e, many of the ohje ciion which origin
ally existed against I'a passage have been
removed) and the measure ha assumed
a character which will make it much
mure agreeable lo those interests which
moitlr needed the protecting arm of
lhe Government. , T full extent of it
opr ration cw wtfr Jk lited by e i
U. S. Telegrjpb of the Utft Inst.) that
tijrTaHfr-aer irio 'takeeffecr In' Sep
tember neiU We ar apprehensive tbit
this wiH -proAvn much penila4tna, that
WZt ..mP?,W:Jia aAhtiori to those
now ordered, "will be made ; and a'consT
quent drain of specie, and pressure upon
the hanks will ensue.. That the pecuni
ary distress will lend to increase the ex
citement wbi h we apprehend will per
vaile the whole of the Southern Sia'es to
an extent not heretofore known, cannot
We consider this extension of the time
'. which lhe bill i to lake effect, at pe
uliarly unfortunate, unfortunate (or the
South and Weit, because the location of
the branches of the Hank of the United
State, in those sections, will enable that
Jt't:,l,,:AUi-Ttum t r i: ,1 in&t. to
Isit avuiin. thrra an aniuwte-l UfmnJ f(if
American riitionti and an ajraiK oi formr
f.rn,a. of lull 18.1.
"ha? .oCeU e'd;'M '' of thr Peace herwetn
Ruash and Persia. The Si rcteri'nr
0zetre Qf March 37h and S8ib, arc e
grimed witu. the glad . lidi'niof tbH
event, which hat put money into the cuf
fers and added to Provinces to the vast
Empire of Russia. They are to be called
the Province of Armenh. Russia ru A
d the main chain of the Ararat Moun
tain, and all' the rich Satf Mine;
It d reported in London, latest date,
that the new Premier is already disgusted
with the Caret of office he is represen
ted to have the appearanre of a man worn
down with anxiety-
The celebrated M. Lavaletle has offer
ed himself as a candidate, and published
tn address to the elector of tbe'flM elec
toral district of Paris, soliciting their
Iii. a list of officer of different foreign
nation, who had entered Into the tervice
of the Greek, up to lhe 1st Feb. last, the
American are eldowa ar 3 Captain
and a Lieutenants.
An engravtnjj, ealled the Dream oj
AJarta Loulta, was sold publicly at Paris
oo the 3d ult. She is repietemed asleep,
nd Ser son at her feet- Napoleon holds
out his hand to her, while an eagle
f ltcet t-crowrr n thf head of her son;
I sras a matter pf surprise, that the Min
..ister pejrrnitted the sile of it.
On' the:irtVof March? thf" Pnnce'of
Orange left Berlin for St Petersburg.
ine report- ay he r to have a distin
guished command in the Russian army
and another that he has been offered the
throne ofConstantinople, by the Emperor
The deficit in the French revenue wi
annouwed, on the 15th Mjrch, to be 217
millions of francs It is charged to the
mismanagement of the late prime minis
ter ruitlty by his enemie.
J he Legislature of Mexico has
granted a pension to the widow of Capt.
David H. Por cr, ol gl80 per month,
ana in case ol her death to his chil
dren. It was expected that the widows.
children and mothers of the seamen
who fell bv his aide, would be simi
mammoth institution to produce a prea
sure upon these communities, in her ef
forts to collect the specie necessary to
meet the demand for it for exportation
and unfortunate for the friends of the it
em, because wherever the pressure ii
fehf lhe people will lc -disposed lottri
bu'C fo the acl itself, that pressure which
will be temporary but fatal and will pro'
eeed more from the fcuUioa on the act
hharj.from its direct policy.
Thetote tulling in the Mouse of lie p
representatives, or. the 1 6 h mst. Mr. Mc
Duffle, from ibeSelect Coramaiec on the
"resident's message, relative to the assault
on his private .Serrrurir. made a report
iberron, and Mr. J' P. Barbour presented
a report bv the minority of the same
Commi'tee; both of which were laid on
the table, and ordered to be printed
The report made by Mr Hamilton, from
the majority of the committee, conclude
wiih resolutions, that the assault on Mr.
John Adams by Col- Jams, was a breach
of privilege ; but that no further notice
be taken of the aOair bv Congress.
Retrenrhmrnt.n the House of Rep
resentativrs, I5:h Int. Mr Hamilton pre
sewed a report from the Select Com mi.
tee on Retrenchment i anJ Mr. Sergeant
presented a report from the minority of
hhe. same Committee ; both of which
were . referred , to, a Committee rf- the
Whole on lhe State, of. the tjnjon, and
6000 copies of each were ordered to be
Mr Clay' physician at Philadelphia,
ha advised him lo leave the S.a'c De
partmeot for a lime. The fieofitt ,i
advise him to leave It altogether.
U. S. Tlrgrofih.
FwUtvitt. Mat 14 Co4ton. 9 t 9 60.
fieef, frrah In market. 3 cants i aWon, 6 to S t
(each hrarwly, 43 lo 50 1 appla o. ii to 37 j
uwr, 4 t 4 whitkey, 25 te JwUniia4
S'aiea bank aotea. 5 to 6 per e it. premium!
Hills on the North, 60 day 5 to b per ct. pre,
Ninety dajs draft Jto'j. '
CkHrlertn, Mnt 17. t'nUrideottoa 1 8 a 104 1
whiikey,'25 to Mi karrlnr. 43 inch. 13 to
Vt2TuA to .9 -.fMiaaavv 5 IOr20 eaatav
bacon, o lo Ti apole bratHly, 35 lo 28 1' bee
waa-ittMoflV Jai7;at,aft.taa, J(taW54
Jamaica run, 110 o 11 J West India do. 75
to 80,.... ,.9oreriif rotlona have been aohl
a'raV wir niiotataww kaJT aaanCNortb
afna bills, H U 8 per cent. dis. t trgi
uo. i to i per cent, ditto.
a a rflllK . anhacriher, rratrful f.r the
f....) JL kliuliveM hi'litrtu maitifratciL In
.lij J.f'rma lha fmbtic. that aha atill occupiea
tna uoum ot r.N I r.K I AIMIKNT formerly kepi
by her dreraaed buabaml, in the town uf Matea.
villa and hopes to meet a continuance of its
WatcAt8a Jtwtn &c.
THE aubaeriber has luat returned from the
North, with a gooj an asortm t of
Jewelry, Watcaet, Siher.Ware, (iff.'
a waa ever tflered fr ala la thia otace i his
Jewelry Is of the blest Importation!, and thr
moat hahtonabM ana clrrmnt kindt l be baa in
anv of the Northern Cities i clrfrant Gold and
IVvttkrtt pUin Du. IlC kc.Aod in a
few dart, he wilt rmetve a vwey elegant aaanri.
ment of MHinrv ifdi, Alan, all kinda of Nil
vfT-n are, kept eonatantlv on hand,' or made In
Ten DoUars IltAianV.
1 ntCCMKI (ntrn tht miUvnUr, ia tl
fV. Iwn of .libury, on the 311 of the pri. ,
f nt month. May, a nejrro ftllow rinwd ViW
be ia about 3! ycara ol.l, between 5 h-M 7 anl
10 liches liirh i ndfiU ia a mulatto ma very
likely he carried olf with hiw very few clothea
t pair of blua raaaimrre pantaloons, and bhia
Canimera or black li'k waktewt, and a whitiali
coloured woollen round jJxxit jackal, ami prob
ably one other ebirt and Vaiatcoat hetidea tho
one be wore off, and an old white fur hat.
Scipio waa raierf in lhe eminty of Macklenburg,
Virginia, by Mr, r'amuel L. lckct, and I as- .
pact he is aiming In et back there, or baa ob
tained a free paaa from aome peraon and ia try.
ing to pan Mifm man i 1 he above re arj
ill be riven to a- i rnn who will confine .
him in jail, or -liVr li.n lo Wrr Hardle, or - -
cither of the Mr. (jileara, in the loan of Safiabu
ry who are authoriaed to at a arrnts for anc.
. - iu,mi niuais. '
Vqy 23. 1 foftT "" ' 'Si til
aept conatantiv on nana, or maae tn Vt. .1
Camden, May 17. Cotton, middling to fair,
H tn 8 J ; fair to rood, 61 to 9 1 for very prime,
10 cei.ii have been paid. The market is briak
and the prices firm.
PHmhvrf, May 16 Cotton, 8 to 10 i to
bv.cn. R3 50 a 7-refuaed, a SiCom,
11 a tl, bacon, 7 a 8i lard. 7 a 20 apple
bramlv.33 a 40t peach 75 a 100 ernta..... North
Carolina bank bit's, 8 to 10 per crnt. diacount ;
(;rrria bill, 4 to 5 i South Carolina bilk,
1 to 3 per cent, diacount.
Chrrav, .Way 18. Cotton, 7 tolOj bacon 9 a
10 flour 1 1 nnrh hnivtv ill Inlt . innl. An H
to 40 1 whiskey 40 1 pork 4 to S( tallow 9 to 10.
tfrw-Ttrk, May 12. Cwrrwa i Since oar laH
report, thia article has been in very fair demand :
he biiaim taof the week amounts lo 40U0 bales :
uplands at 9 and 1 1 cent.
North Carolina bank bills 10 0 13 per cent.
dicunt l.roria, 3 to 4, Darien 8; South
Carolina, 3 j Virginia, 1 to Ij.".T
lower than auch rooda were t er diaooacd of
t ie..--j-T wvv,..'i 'hi
uriiirv in inn piacr.
The public are reapectrullv invited local! and
I examine theae irooUt thrir richness, elegance,
anu cncapnr, canmn tail of pieaaingtnoaw woo
wiahiubwy. . ,
All kinda of Wattkn titfialttit, and warranted
to keep lima : the ahop it two door below the
tourt-houac, on Main-afreet.
Salitmr, May 6.'l8J8 16
ttf fLT.TSTvTn Torthe denveting to mof i r-
f f bound- boy byhlafflof fvVriS t.4tz rr.tr '
Wc, about 17 years of, are, who left me. wrtba ' " f' -'
any occawon, ew the liih day f AprJlaat.
:;'4 N'ICHOLASV E..JU7DW1CI.
-'.War 33af. 1878.'
RV virtue of a writ in partition, leaning from
the court of common pleas held in Lancas
ter, February term, will be ld at the court,
houte in Incaater, on the firrt Monday in An
ruat, all the 4XiS belonging lo the ettate of
C.'hiirchwell Anderson, dec'u. conaiating of. four
everal tract a, deignated aa follow i
Hie hoiae tract, whrreaaHl ilereaiieil former.
which are improvement, vie r A valuable Ton-
nrTf, including all the necetaary buildinga, lie.
anil a patent Dark-Mill alao, a frood dwelling.
houar, with the nceeury out bouaea. 1 he Und
ia all under cultivation, and well fenced. Any
peraon wialiinr tn purchaae, can learn the lerma
by callinf on the aubacniier, livina; in Cabarrus
county, on Buffalo crerk; or on Mr. Uilliara
9mitb, living in Charlotte.
Caharmi mmty, .Vnv 2?, lH7t. 16f
In the Prki of thr Yadkin, ia thia county, on
lha 1 5i W-L Ala- Junab Mixna. ano.tif . d'tpl
Gwe -'Mnore, to M PaOv Milated, . AK un
the I Btli inrt. Mr. Joahua Beeasso, aon of Mr.
i'Thoma fireman; tn Miw l.ydia Mortlaod.
t)n the 8th in-t. bt John FiDley, Kaq. Mr.
iamea Harbin, f IrwUIlcountfo Mist Del
pliia Fli tcher, or Wilkes county.
In this eminty, on the I.ith alt. by the Rev.
Jimra StafTurd, Mr. Fergus Graham to Itiva
VoUetj to Tanntra.
TIIK anbcriber offer for aale, the valuable
property in the town of Charlotte, lately
brloni'inir tn Mr All. n lUhlwin. Thia nmn.
eHv inclulr abntit 60 town Iota, on a n.ri of, ') lived, and occupied aa a Public llouar, eon-
h " - v"n
mile creek, adjoining lhe laifla of J. Crockett,
lliomaa f.lliotl andotliersi thia aituatUm em
bracea a suprrior advantage to any othor of a
like kind in the upper country i as there ia com
bined, an esrellent dwelline-boue, with rood
kilchena, a barn, with convenient liable a i with
root! water, a pure and heallbv atmoaphere. ami
every thing clae neceaaary lo render it comfor
table for a public buie or a private reaidencev
.llm, one othrr tract, lyinjr enntiruoua to the
house tract, on the Falling Spring ilianch, con
tained 4JI acre a, adjuining the laoda of J,'
Crockett, Col. Steel, and others.
Jlln, another tract, known bythe aame of -the
Hrown tract, lying on the aoo'h aide of tow -
IZmile crctk. containing Jh8 acres, . adjoining
the landa of Kobert Stinton and oihera.
,f,a. another tract, known bythe name of thai
Itaudy tract, containing 464 acfeiTtylng on tb
north aide of the 12 mil creek, oppoaite the
bouacimci.juljuiiiing lhe lamls of Kobert Stia-
on, J. Sledge and oihera.--
A rrrater part of this Uod ia ftirnoed to bo
2.4tAW Ar.rpa hriiAXUJ if superior, to any bnda on aaid
FOR KAJ V 'creek, or irtihis section of country. - herarmr --
Tr IK . Al.r.. - who have a view of purchasing, are requerted
HE aubaenbrr w.ll ofH r for aale, at the t0 nA the premiea. on application to
Court-llouae in Waynranlle, in the coon- eitner ( rimmitintoi peraon, unacnuain-
ty of Haywood, on the rth M.mday in June, tPej witb the , HM, m
it being the week of Ha) wood county court. Terma of sale : the properly will be offered
one hundred and thirtyrinht thouaand acres of I j four ,etra on - ere4 0r . ,H 0- tna
id coanty, on me i three vear, with eoual annual inatalnvnta, with
Land for ftue.
I offer fur aale, a amaH 'rorl I And, where,
oo f bow live, containing' 13 acre., by
aurvey, lying 6 milri a cat of Slil,ury, in
Rowan county", w ith' a1oflr3 or 40 Srwr clear,
ed. and under grxrl repair and hirh enltivation,
jTt"lrjtfeeTnetf"uaefcrt(r grrr'w-more- parwewbw
ursunpiiun, aa it ia oeiieriHi inoae wno may dc
diapoaed to purchaae, would wiah to view the
land. ' . .. DAV1U 81EWAIIT.
Miy Vldt fi?8. 3U8
The London Gooe, of the 3d ult. says,
Jhe treaty between Turkey and the Uni
ted Slates i fully confirmed, and TKei let
ser itate that the terms are very favora
ble for America, as the Irerly was neeo
dated tinder the excited feelings Of the
onesgaimt the European powers.
Extract ij ' a letfrr frt A gentleman in Wjithinff-
It to hit friend in Mi aty. ,
" The representsiive of bis Britannic
Majesty tp this goveinment, murmur
Somewhat at the marching of ,troops to
our northeastern- frontiersr and 'I dtaJold
S Preae8 his fears that such inormHtion
w Wtioll be-all received bYWaYiltwa
ter How should jroa like another war
nh England f '..,jabany pafitr,.
- eltiemfittd Duel.. . Two members of the
rennsylvania Legislature met to decide
an affair o' honor, when one of the See
ond, FAINTED The principals, upon
this, shook hands, and returned to the
tavern which the? had left, bearing the
inanimate body of their sensitive friend.
In the Senate, on Thursday, the 1 5 1 h
io-u. the Vict Tresident of thf, U. S:ha
ing retired from the Chair as the presiding-officer
of the Senate, the-1 loo.. Sam
oci omi' n. one l inc penawrr irum me j
Stale of Maryland, was yesterday elected J AVUkesllOTO1 wtfttiein'Ja
I rcsiucnr irrnnvrui tii ycoaic
In Cairell county, very suddenly, oo Sunday
18th inttmnL it the ruidenr of Williim War.
rrn. Ean. Mr Hirart Turn a nati tJ Trin. , unimproved LAM), Iving in
neeticut, for aeveral veara eitenaive y krtoa n a ' watera of French Broad, Tuckaaege, Scott's ' intcret after the date of the firt payment, (aay
a book aelkr in thia arction of country, and as cl uia "Conaiuttey. i OM .rtr t(rr utf j t,e ,,riliM:r to inve a
untveraally efleeroed Tor the eorrectne. of bia " "'" -iiinu.y in .u mumu, .i
.1... m .n.t ik..,.i. .rk:.j..i:... 'the court-houe in Aabrville. in the county of
In thia county, near sprinr Grove, on the Buncombe, twenty -five or thirty thouaar.d acrra
17th inat. Capt. John Coleman, aged about Ju unimproved land, lying in the county of
yetrl, . Buncombe, on the waters of Frruch Itroad and
At firare-ideoce,7mileeatofSaabttry,on Swannanoah. ...
ii. ...nmir nt ii,. tith in r Hmmm u..,. i Ji on the fourth Monttay in Julv, at the
Jlln, on the third Monday in aaid month, at : mortgage, with good peraonal rrcuritv.
l(t)REK T W AI.KUP, 7nrtZia.
A. H. INGRSI, Uuardian.
May Qth, ISJ8
nnnr.Yfi nt fay f.ttf.tili.w.
aged 60 yearaand 15 daya. Ifia loaala r'dcepfj org.nun, u the county pt , "117 ILL find It to their advantage, to atop at
felt and lamented by his bereaved family and a D,,r,e ""J i 'nve .nmiaana acrea , ,in. T y BO.V TAR I), where every con-
large circle of relativea and frienda i lie was 1 mProved land, lying in aaid county, on the wa-, Cnience ia provided for Man and llorae, to make
rc'Dected aa a father and friend, by ad whdi1rT 1oe' Wk. ami WauUga Rivera, The , t,rm comf.irtable, at the moderate charge uf 2J
ioiw wtt n vi ymy , ""ccniaB oaji anl nigiH, or me pnriiege-oi inn
Wlha. lands ahould.be sooner diiposed of , yt t,e use of a good hmiae. lire, water, and
kne w hint, during bia mortal life.
. The hour of my departure is come i
I hear the voice that calls me home.
The knds will be aold inuracta, containing from
two hudred to one thouund acrea.
Bonds will be rccuired of purchaaera payable
on the firat day of April, I8.T, with irKereat : ;n ft p;n clt.an,
a .as f i a a a. 'is . . . 1
irom tnc iuv or mic ami ine Hioicnurr ui ; table itvlr.
ir'izrzzr obligation. , m.ke . i.w. .
come wen recommended for habit of ' Vbrfore - ' ."7.
and eatery. . . W1LLEY fc Co. ( , b-St e ,hB e,im.,. .k. fe-ii:u ( tU.
. toil, the abundance and eifcellenee of the rar,re.
. ...j ! . r . ..ri. ,t:.i
re equaiiea in lew panaoi mc yiimcw .-iiaira.
ahrlter. Attached to the Vail, are a Grocery
and "Proviaion htore, Bread Shop and Coofee
tionary, and llouae for Boarder and lodgeiy,
wholoome and comlor-09
FayrtiniHr, it, .IpriU 1828.
. Salitiurit. MaylSfclKd - If?
l?OR Sale, M Aa.We U HexaiK XPUS 'COT-
On the Grst ballot for this highly res
pcctable station, Mr. Macon, the venerable
Senator from North Carolina, was tlected,
but declined serving. General Smith was
then chosen by a handsome vote
It will gratify the friends of equity and
humanity, to learn that the bill for the re
lief of the Survivors of the Revolutionary
Armv. has at length become a law, hav
THE.. Trusters of thia Institutio are happy
to be able tn inform the public, that they
have engaged the Rev. A. W. GAT, a an In
atructor, who has already entered upon the di.
charge of hia dutiea.
Instruction will be given in all the branchea
iiMially taught in Academies Board, including
washing, &c can ba procured in respectable
familiea at from ail to aeven dollars a month.
I uition i proportionably low.
From the oiiafincationa and experience of lhe
Inatrnclor, the cheapneaa of board, and the well
known heaHifulnees of the situation, it ia hoped
a. all .a '. .. ... i : - i'i a
ing hnally passed tne Mouse yeneruay, tjiat thia institution win receie a nuc nnrc
by a vote of aoou! 2 to 1. A great num
ber of members, participating in the uni
versal feeling of the country, would have
desired to mke the bill more perfect, by
making its provisions more adequate to
lhe claims of those for whose bene lit it has
been passed, hut at thti late period ot
the session, there was no alternative
but to take the bill in the form in which
it came from the Senate, ot lo obtain no
thing for these veterans during the pre'
ent session. Aat. Journal, iin tnsi.
TO V,No. 6 to 15. inchiaive, at 'he Factor
F-ersbns reaidinir in the low and aicklr coun-. PT V'T 7" V! 'r.?;m'
' I... n UnlM nrl .N.i.N m.TM I 111 (til trll I fl -
attend the above aale, a good bargain may
Thia part of North Carolina ia the favourite
aummer retreat ot the aouthern people. Any
neraon or neron pre fi-rring to purchaae at pri-
ate lc, can be accommoduteH, br calling on
the aubacriber, w ho may be found at one of the
. . l .ii ii .i.. t i. k. .i:.
anove p ace. -nomu - : c. tnd bought lor rub, and which are offered
poaed of dunng the veek .of le, , another aate , rhrM1le e ,e fof
mav be espected ahortly after ward, or ind.vid-. price.-o.herwiac, on time,
ual may purchase pn'jj BroW i Country-1'ro.luce bouRht, at the highest market
Gnoda monthly, from the above named pluces
which will keep up a good ajipply of Fresh
Goocla. Call at hia Htore in Salisbury, ami ex
amine for yotiraelvrs. JOHN MUKI'IIY.
N. It. Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Iron, Molaae,
Til P. aubtcriber i now receiving a large and
renersl aaaortmei.t of
Dry Goods, Cutlrry, and Hardware,
. of all descriptions, from New-York and I'hiladet-
i phia, where thev were selected by liiiraelf, with
Jllnv 17.1828. ."tl8
ot public patronage.
By order of the Trustee.
S. F. PATTERSON, Secretary,
mikftbor,' .V. C. May Hk, 1828. 3tI8
1 he tenors ot IW '." ji her face, both left feet white, and a large near. Rmf Wine.. French Brandy, &c. K. AUo, for
Journal, add of the ( olumbia H- eacope, i on h left hip : ahe ha been used to going in ' ,e, M above. aiVr wtf n wa Fnnacta, frerh
requested to inaert the above in their repec- The ownrr renuwted to call, , from the proprietor in Philadelphia.
Y lhe aui?criber, on Saturday, the 10!h inat.
torrel Mare nhe ha quite a large mark
t.ve pane once a week for three weeka, and , d ,ake h.r M ,y
r,.-,.l r .rrminta to the Post.Master in 1 7 " ' iitu i
forwanl their account to
Wilkesboro,' N. V.
Mfiointmtnta by the Pretident Al
befW Gallatin, of Pcnnaylvania, and Wm.
ritt Preble, of Maine, to be severally
umpirage, relating to the Northeastern
boundary of the United States.
John Savage, of New York, to be Trea
surer of the United States, in the place of
Thomas T. Tucker, deceased.
... " Mt Int.
-10 centv-Virginia-Money -freely given.; t In
other articlea no alteration. intelUrencer.
May 8M. 182S.
THE valuable Mill and Land formerly the
property of George Saner, decf. are of
fercd for aale by lha late purchaser. Thia Und
lira on Dutchman' creek, 4 miles eaat of Mock
ville. adioininr the Gilea Mumtnrd tract, and it
equaf to sny land in Rowan county, with a large f
PMportion of auperior meadow ; the Mill ar a5
lfuv.17, 1828. Iw l SriU.Mi hAMIIW5
N. i. I live on tne rayeuevme roau, it nmca , bum receivea from rinixinpnia, lire pnnj
ef Fiuhiunt, accompanied by the various co
lora and forma now in vogue at the North ; which
will enable the subscriber to suit all, both grave
am' ray, who may favor him with work : Hi!
eood and increasing run of custom i the water-
power can very eonvemeniiy oe nuac vo unve
anv kind of Machinery. For other particular,
and terms, apply to Thomas I). Gtba, one of
the proprietors, on the premises.
" THOMA9 i.-IBR,
-PE ER-SJ ANER,.
Jl'foySSC 1828. i I...-V:... Jf - -
..v,N.JB, Another tract, belonging o Peter Sa
the above CbntaimnB-Mracrei
Commerce of Bot on. We understand j will be sold in connexion with the above, or ep-.
the Yevenue on foreign merchandize, im j arately as may bert uit the pttrcntserT -v.iicti
nnrKirl inln ih n are durimr tho last 18 lixewise nrei raie i.n
rwenty davs, is more than one half million
of dollars; the duties on the ship Cle
matis, Capt. Low from Harre, were g80,-
m,n will b anld. a lot adioininr the town of
u..wi.ill iint.'minir ten acres of land, with i
I I I ......k mi, ki.U
g'MiU uweiiing-iiuuac, " imm
excellent garden this property will be sold
lovr, oa accommodating terms. Apply as above.
THsJimi lhe ubscriber'; in States-
V ville, on the 17th of April last,
a Buy Man, aeven or eight
veara old, walks fast j no oth-
raised trr Vtrgtmai-nd may urobablyjtryjo get
back there. A reasonable reward will be paid
to any one whowilt return aaid heut to the.sub
acriber, or give information where she may be
found. Information by mail, may be directed to
3tl8 P. C A LOWELL,
""May 20th, 1 828 .Varrmte. .V-- -
Estate tvf XfttVtun Veer:
TE ubcriber Jiayiiyjf thia day qualified a
Caeiutor to the last d tttimmiM iiS
ATi,iKA,-AVrftt: lute of Rowan county, deceased.
ml naka faavmcoi i and all those having clainw
against said eatate, are reqiieatcd lo present
them to me, properly authenticaied, for pay.
ment, within the time limitvd by law, or thi
notice will be plead in bar of recovery.
ROBERT N. FLEMING, Executor.
' Mat 1828. 5tW
work 'hail De oeuer maue man any tu uiwnv
and warranted to fit well.
fhe niberiber havimr been appointed by A;
Ward, of Philadelphia, a a teacher of his Patent
Protractrr aystcm of Tailoring, will instruct
tho who maysireorniisipjeTjor
mode of cutting out garmcnta.
Sahttmry, K C. Jpril Ut, 1828. 09 "
Stale AriA-f 'uroiiin, Jre:kll Vtunty .'
SUPERIOR Court of Law Spring term, 1828.
Jaue Morriaon si. Ilezekiah Morrison (
PefRlMfrtf r)irorce t apf)eHig toJbe aaliaJt.
faction of lhe Court, that Heiek'mh Morrison, ia
aM'itmahit-hir etaW-li therefore,,
ordered, that onhlication b made for sif ellf '5,
in toe western s;aroimian, pTimeo.n?.-,Mcy,.a
i l .. . nn Cnr .11 ,iriiii indebted to
the eie of aaid deciwa.'lo come-forrt
thia court, to be hrld at the court-house irt
statesvifle,' on tlm M Muml-tv wt 'he .. 4th
Mon lay in September next, and file his answer
ami plead, otherwise the petition will be heart
expartc, and judgment be rendered pro cou
fesao. Iet; JAS.CAMPBEI.U.CfA.
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