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8AMSUUKY, N. C.....TUKSDAY, JUNK 8, 1828.
VOL; IX. NO. 417.
llosc of 11lcTlunmenl.
MfiViK subscriber, grateful t Iht
J, kindness hitherto manifested. In.
forms ih public that she Mill occupies
iik bouse of f.N tf.lt TAlMBJirformrHy kept
by her deceased husband, In the town of gtte.
nllei and hopes Iff meet continuance of Its
.Vet 19fA. 18-. '
ST VfM ALLKMONa.
wTl..X. .t the north , corner of tin Court
1 1 tt.House. be b-en recently repaired am)
iueTua j t new and trMr atyle, ff the r-
KptJon of Company. The grea'ea paint have
to taken to procure for this elablihn.ent
tie furniture it every description, nccerary
for the comfort of TraveMcn i the mwt ap.
E roved amenta bare been selected with greer
srei the bar stocked with choice firjuor, and
the stables attemkd by obliging ami attentive
hostlers. The convenience of .this fitnaiion la
equal to any in the place.- Tie house contains
a number of private rooms, at.d out-honees, wcH
calculated Pit the accommodation of Travelers
ami Hoarders. Attached to which, there
Dry Uoode anJ (look Store.
To thoe wlw may pirate to call on him, he
assures them that no pain will be spsre! to
render their alay eomfiirtshle ami rleaing.
. EZRA ALLEMON0.
Stt'tiury, Stfit 17, 1837. M
FTIOM the subscriber, in Sutra
ville, ew the 17th of April last.
t-rf"Xl a JBaj Mare, seven or eight
j&&J-yttn old. . walk i to? i. , no '
" f peculiarity about her mioMeciexL - She was
1 raised ta.ykfuiU..ul nuyprbbl try Jo. fff
back there. A reasonable rewsrd will he paul
' to any one whrrwrH return said beast to the rub.
pcribrTf ef- gtrw-tnfnrwrttiWwKefe l"in('Je
fuuod, Informalion bv maiT, may be'ifirecttd to
jii8., P. cainvKU, ..
JHb30M. tW ' StntenUte, X: f.
T?acVet lux Yuaticpuvu
t 'IIR"urHcrirM:r hvin(T eitabri1if,
I W of PACKETS Mwten
PkiLtUlpkin an.l Ifilminrfn, N. C.
Ltake thia method to inform 'b'- pub.
,thtt Veaid wlH hrare Hiilartilrhia
fur Wila.injrtoo, NC about every ten iUy.
except when prtvrnted by ice in the Delaware
Rooda and i'rtMluce intemled for thia convey
ance," ilt be reCeivtd and forward- d by Mrt.
Morion IS Ihtnm. of Kayrttrville, N. C. ami
Mcwri. I) H hitiier, of Wilmington, N. C.
at thr kwt4 rin of frcizlit. ami leant expn ae
ponible. Hain(r Mnre yfW Trt W In the trade,
commanded by cmrvfuWaptkjn, wrll acquainted
with the coast, and Cabins will filled up for the
accommodation of Faiit&gert t he therefore
traatrto meet with eieotiraifeTDent:. . ...
JAMES PATIOS, Jr.
SnUA't U harf.
lews, of Salisbury, and the aurrnnmling
country and villages, ttut be hss located him.
' eelf thirpface.-whtre he intendsxarrtinf on
' 'Jffou7e''SlgAOrMmental Painting,
JPapeyJIsnring, Glsj!in and ftitding. In all their
Varioui Iranclics. lie flatters himself, from his
. lpng experience la the above branches, that he
Will be able to pve general satisfaction.
. ..'..... . ...
-der.s on personal appRcwtlow, As the tirneaaret
v.Ji .u- I.. :i . i . . i r..l
i.ni. in n. t, n.i(. mimm inn mTTn nr.
Hard, the auoscriber intemla to work, as low tor
n mm mm lias aa a I ua s-- lias 1 1 1 . S. Inoa o. iliitil
a-isartf ax's siit vjsiv ikv u sw mviviviv lunvttn
a share of public patronage,
NATHAN n. CAP.RF.L.
SaUiwry, April 1 8A. 1 828. 7t 17
Dtttrrya to fa yrtvk ville,
WILL find it to their advantage, to stop at
the If AG (XX YARD, where every con
venience is provided foe Msn and Horse; to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge-of 25
cents a day and night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the use. of a good house, fire, water, and
shelter. Attached to the Yi-d, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Dread Shop and Confec
tionary, and s House for Boarders and Lodger?,
in a plain, cheap, whoktotnc and . cumfor.
table style. 09
FayeiteviUe, tt, Jftnt. 1828.
Committals to Ue 3vl
OF Mecklenburg coun'y. on the 2-?d day of
April, 1928, a neffrm vmun named Annii;
who sa)i she belongs to a man by the name of
John Herren, who lives in Duplin county, N C.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pav charges and take her aay,;
v.' JOHN SLOA Sheriff -
lf(iy 1?, 1828. 15 nf Mecklenburg county.
N the 29th tf AprifHv
f Kresj, who is under the age of '21, left his
place of abode. I therefore intern! prosecuting
to the utmost rigor of the law, against any per
son or persons who may harbour or trade with
said George. JACOB BRBM.
' Linatuion, X: C. M.19 TJ. 1328'. 3t77 ,
State of North-Carolina, Iredell County t
SUPERIOR Court of Uw, Spring term, 1828.
Petition for Divorce, It appearing to the satw
racttor, WWfeyurt; that UexeliaVMortfcon is
s .Wt sninhabitanUef this, atatev 4hereforr
- ordered, that publication be made for aix weeks
in the Western Carolinian, printed in Salisbury,
that the defendant appear at the next term pf
this court, to be held at the court-home in
Statesville, on the 6th Monday after the 4th
Monday in September next, and file his answer
and plead, otherwise the petition will be heard
exparte, and, judgment be rendered pro con.
iesso. lest; JAS. CAMPBELL, C7
Pre adv. ?. ' M8
f IHir. valuable Mitlt and UnJ formerly the
' 1. jroprrt ef (orr Saner, doe'd. are of
fcrrd lur aula by the late mirvhearr. 11ia knd
Hreen iHiictmWeeeeaLamiUaeaatef Morka-
ville, mljoiiiinf the il i Mumferd tract, bm! U
uai to any land In Ho an county, witn a large
projwMM of an purine aaeadowt the Mills are
of atiwW'coMtrwctiwnVaml have mow a - very
foot and increasing run of custom i Ui water,
power tn ry earvetiiitly maUjlo drive
any aim! of atacbinenr. Fur etltev Mrtkulara.
am (trwa, apply to Ihoeaaab. Utbba,M of
ibe prophctuis, on Ue premises.
THUM Al I. CIRB3,
fc&.. i-ip.fr.K 4"Klf,""',
- - - MAR I IN HANKIl,
N. II. Another trart, belonging to Peter Ha
ner, mtj'iiniiiir the al'e, eontaioing 'J2S arret,
ill be sold in eonueiiiMi with the aoove, or -p.
arately as my beat iit the purchaaerj which
ia liktaiae first rate land.
will be )hl, a lot adjilning the town of
Mockaviiie, containing ten acre of lami, witn a
good dweirmK-hmiae, with outdieuae, ami an
excellent garden i thia property will be ld
lo, o'i accommodating terms. A pply aa above.
i,0V)0 .Acres of IjsUVD,
flllir. subscriber will cd.r for sale, at the
JL Cnurt-lloute in W'tyi,rville, in the coun
ty of Haywood, on the fniih Monday in June,
it being the week of Haywood county court,
one nunia and wmyeir," wm4 -
unimproved LAND. I) inc in ea'hl connty, on the
waters of French UrW, 1 uckaarg e, Scvtt'i
creek ami Uconaluftey.
A!, on the third Monday in said month, at
lU court-Uouw w Ashe ville, in the county of
Huncumoe. HM'fltv fjve f tliirty thmisaml acN I
of .uuioproed- Load, lyinc lok (lie count v"6T
Buncombe, on the waters a French broad ami
"'Tr.soYihe forthdndi)r Irf July, if the
court -by him in 'slorgsntdn, "in" flie county of
bwrke, sixty or sixty-five thousand seres ot un
improved land, lying In said county, on the wa
ters of l or. Klk. and Wautaga Itivrrs. 1he(
sale will continue one wrek at ear.h place, tin-
1.. ,IM l.n.ta atifiuld libifl., itl.nflVll nf
t he hind will be nJd in t, containing 4ro
,hudred to one tho.m-Kl acres 1 nlcr tha7the friends of Britain
Ilomls will be re1ur',"' puflwers payable , , m , . .
on the first dr W.1. 18. eith -intrreaiimw the better break wph hopes and
from the div of aale, and the aulwcriber will ,
enter into obligations to mKr a g'wi ann ,er.
ful title When the purchase ino.iey is paid, and
The alubritv of the climate, the fcriility of the
soil, the ubonJance ad excellence of the range,
are equalled in few prU of the United Statea.
Persons reeling in the lo ami aickly coun
tries planters sd graziew, would do well to
attend the above sales, as good bsrgaim may
be had. . . . . " - . : , ......
this part of KoHK Carolina is the favourite
summer retrest of the southern people. Any
person or permns preferring lo purchase at prj.
vate sale, can be accommodated, by calling on
the tibscriber, who
rmy be found atone of the
M all the Tamil not be dis-1
hrive nlare f'hoiiW
nf ilutiM. the etk of rale, another U
may be Opccted shortly afterrarda, or imlirid-
iiiltmiv nurc!ie rriv'rl
rpilP. s.ibv:riber of'.-r. for sale, the valuable
f I - rproperty1n tlrrTTwn of Charlotte, taltly
1 1 i ; ... v. ah. n Cntuin. Thia nroii-
neiontrii'ir .'!." r- r
" . . . . .... . i . .
whu-li are im
bout 60 town lots, on a-psrt of
i.-.-.r.r-a .intiijr tttm
;neU(tl;n ,11 the nccessiry buildings. &c
. .... ss i '
ami a patent llark-Milli alo, a goel dwellmg
ho(i.e, with the neccusury out houses. The land
is all under cultivation, and well fenced. Any
peron willing to purchase, can learn the term
by calling on the aubenber. living in Cabarrun
county, on Buffalo creek; or on Mr. Uill.am
Smith, living in Chur'nVe. ir,
R015KKT M KF.NZIE.
Caham,!, emmly, .Ifae 22, 1(J. 10tf
UV received from Philadelphia, the n'nf
r...hu.. nrromnanied bv the various co
rors.aml forms now in vogue at the Nort'u which
w ill enable the aiibseriber to suit all, both grave
am' gav. w ho mav favor him with work : His
work shall he better nnue than any in lown,
and warranted to fit well,
The subr.nb(!r having been appoimea ov is.
Ward, of PhiUrdphis. " a teacher of his Pa'ent
Protracter system of Tailring, will instruct
thoe who may desire to learn una aupenor
motle of cutting out garments.
SaibirTr,X. C.-Jtriet, 18CR. - 09
PiTHR suhsrriber respectfully intbrms the cit
r 1 ixens of Salisbury, and the surrounding
country, that he hai established a Bank Hindery
m uiff (own. nn Main Street, a few doors south
'ein?r4of the Cmirtdlonse ; where he-wiH b4hankful
to receive anv kind of work in his line of business,
From a number of years experience, in Europe
and America, he feels confident of being able to
give entire satisfaction to alMhose who may ft-
vor him with any description of Binding.
nihhh BooVi matte 16 order alter any nanrrn
fiwmaUedVotv shor aotice, and at pricca which
no one can complain of.
OU. Bookt JhiounJ, tther plain or. .ornameiu
kab on the most -moderte termat . A" orders
from a d stance. ItithfulJy attenned to, 1 ne pat
ronage tf the public is repectfufly solicRed, by
WILL be given for the delivering to me of a
bound boy, by the name of Melton Lyd-
wick, about 17 years ot age, wno leu me, wun
out any occasion, on the 15th day of April last.
NICHOLAS . MJDWICK.
MartS ML 1828
Ma. Warn i if you wilt examine vour file of
paper, ami get the National Journal of the 6th of
this vionth, yon will fin J a communieiiion bea.
ded, Are American StateeM It) favour of
Dnilh tntcreata.'! which if woqIJ iirortLlne
much aatisfactlon to see published la your pa
per. It has repeatedly beta asserted by those
ia favour of tie. Jscfcaon thai our present La
' l .f r . - I . M .. .. ,
iinguisneu cuet msgivvxe ss in ihwi mm,
Interests! whilst they claim the bonor t rtm-
ting, wrTh fnMrlceewl, end solely free symeiw
tny lor the Jtaercan peopie, an wamwmrmuon
bot'omsd upon fehiigi of parttalitv for Eaglandl
The joke, if it isy be so called, has ben esr
risd 0 far, aboar here, that In proof ef Ibeaaove
cliarga.14ri.l u Adam is. . tawur of
British Interest, it has been confidently awerUd
that be is married to the Daughter of lbs King
of rglrty "?Cow, air, as these things appear to
hate been asMfted for the purpose ot mUleading
s . a s I J I .
the penfie, ami caciiing umuunuca ivrju
dices, ih to see the above mentioned Cot) mo
meal Ion in vour DaDer.thst the people) may
judge for themtelvei whether the aio of fcing
atiac(ra to iiruisn inicresis is not wimrnvrw
propriety charged upon the Jackson tarty,
than upon Mr. Adam ami ma Inemls.
A Subttriber frtm Cabarrus,
rtnf Is A .iJmmfrtim.
An America Statesmen in jamur BritiiK
When we tec all that it j ken in
the Hall of the American legislative
body, (and all tha is writte n the At
lantic cities, in defence of oiing Brit-
aiavOst doubt that
we exist in aa independent repuonc
and nation. 4
As toon as an Afnertan cipitalist
aski for duties Jo profcM
him ia cnw
the ITui'cd Suici, be i told that the
du.iy.-He.aaka now aoi was. Ik..ioUI
that the dutiet he asked to 4824, wtrt
allooAfA. That the British tan give
us those articles on more favourable
terms to our inhabitant! than at-v estab-
lishment which can" rought to be
rrrrf rd in these Uflttri States
expectations of our entrrpnztng citt
zens, they procure pamphlet printed,
of hundreds of pages, containing such
cross falsehoods, and So palpably pre
posterous, that tot a single true hear
led American has ever thought it
worth his while t waste a moment on
the famous Boston Report." or
Yorkshire Retort." as it oueht to
be called. -
Soniastically euthuaustic are some
of the resident persons in our Atlantic
, . . mm . - A. -1 . . ! .
f a ports fr -citiens they-;XouM-Monthe?
n3"r(jiy be called if they ttJUs"wisK to
break down the best interests of this
co intrj- that they get up what they
mil " chamber of com.mercerepons,''
" meeting of Englishmen, " meetTogs"
oT native "Americana" with. Eogliab,
hearts. At those meetings, they pass
ations and fulroioations against all wise
give the preference f our own manu
factures to those ot other countries
which refuse not only to take our
goods, but also refuse to take Irnm us
our principal articles of agricultural
This parricidal infatuation of des
troying one's own country and buil
ding up the strength and riches of a
was reservert to oe a
enactments of the monarchical and
desnotic nations of the christian world.
Let them search most patiently, for
parallel instances of political tre-Hon
to a nation's best interest and thev will
see that in ail other, countries both
man and monarch have always Wen
loth to advance those destructive no
tions of policy in manufactures that
conduct of the friends of England in
To what sneers and ridicule must
the American citizen, .when Jraveljing
i FMrnne. he aubicct. when the wise
... 1 j tt
DC SUOICCl. wiicu llic
-A mrrican -Concress become matters
of conversation among the learned in
their enlightened eirclesi '
.. .He , would he :"ked ha.lLM'fiySr.
lnrubeTXngtand;ffeT to theNews
England States, for the permission she
has had so long for the exclusive sale
of her woollen manufactures in that
nortion of the United States i Does
- a I
fci.-i.-j ff m buv their lumber.
their beef, and their fish in exchange :-;
foreign nation, was reservea to De ajtnc same whuo i
part of the character of the Americans, so wholesome j are told by ibefrtends
for the nineteenth century. of the British government You fools,
Let our reflecting and studious citi- and you numbskulls do you think that
zens look at the parliamentary annals we dont inow enr interest better than
of France and England. Let them to let you sell to our people your good
look at the written edicts and arbitra-: things at such low rates, and thereby
lie must answer No t England pro
hibits these articles by heavy duties.
What does England offer to the
States f New Yoik and New Jersey
for the privilege of crushing alt the
manufacturing establishments of wool
Ua and cotton-in- those States y and io
pUCe Shore!, substitute ItritiaK f Does
the. offer 10 recti ire at tauderateduties,
the fiour j wheat com j rye and ash
Statea f-pAo She conic mptuomly tells
them,...jv probioit by heavy duties
the sale of your artldct in ourcoun-
try, and cur Jrtendi are so strong
among your own citizens, that you
oare not retail ite. we noiu you
bound to us, as much yet, for the ben
eSt of our subjects, and our manufac
turers, as thoucn you yet were our
Then, question a prnud Virginian,
whose State has furnished, in great
men, one of the brightest galaxies of
talent, political, diplomatic, and statis
tical, that was ever before sren in any
nation during so thort a period. Ask
Aim, what consideration England now
oners, or ever has given lor the privi
lege of manufacturing in her country.
ia as a as
any into aeinnc us tnose articles
which are the moat netcs-iy -
sential to the tlothing and wants of the
nonulation of that great State ? Say
to him, docs she tike pcur tobacco.j
--' .t e. an :
flour i" if bur p"rk,"or t9ir provisions
Urrduccd. by your artcUr i A'aVj-
yjf he wOuid witn enmsoneu coun
tenance exclaims Great Britain by
the best of ptdicies to govern a ration,
prohibits by duties which amount to
exclusion, every thing we Virginians
can produce and particularly - so our
tobacco, on whih they continue to
keep on a prohibitory duty of 100 per
cent. And such short sighted"men at
present represnnt us in Congress, that
our neck is bent to receive the British
law of exclusion : More so than when
England appniotcd one of her own
Noblemen for our Governor."
Then turn to the independent plan
ters of the Carolina and Louisiana ;
ask: them if their ettror, their cotton,
land their rice, is admitted to be used
:in England. .1 hey will reply in tnc
negaii v e , xcr nting un wrought cot-
Lngusn manujacnirrr- 9 juw
when you enquire wnat
people or -what nation have the prefer
ence of selling to their extensive
States articles of the first necessity, or
the making tor them -4htir,, .woollen
cloths, and middling priced cottons
they will tell you thataforeign people
has that preference England! and
that lau-s are refused by Congress, to
enaBlr our" Owa people to have' the
market and sale amongst us iff prefer
ence t Kngland.
The brave Kentuckians and western
people in gencru', who can and would
supply, wheat corn beef pork
butter hird and whiskey, to the Ul
andera of Great Britain, at one third
the price the British population are
now paying to their own people for
I a! -.1 ..m. asv aJ" W9rf afWl lint
throw out ot employ pernaps j,wu,.
000 ot British agriculturists ana la
borers. No, No,. Such policy will do
for uou Americans. You western peo
ple must keep your produce., at home
in your own country, an ' either give
it awaypor let it rot. --ft shall never
be landed on our English shores.
Well, but Madam England, the
Kentnckian aks. do you think that
we will continue to buy your manufac
tures for our people, when we also can,
as an independent State, pass a recip
rocal law of high duties, so as to act
Kui9t " . ' . . . I
Y r oj . ...
against VOU, ana mus prevcui yuur
a'.dea if thincft tro en thus, we will
not be-'ahle to pay you for your ltasb
viuvws ------ r r m
unless we can make sale ol our pro
duce to other people whose laws are
nofao liard gainst Xi1! V ahd; With the
proceeds of. those sales in other coun-;
tries, draw for the amount in bills, and
thus send, them to England and pay
And on lailure o: sucn ou.cr rauc,
. ., .r 1. .1 1 ..
we womaoc on..Eru v. ...
, ii' 1 . . '. v ;.J
to tend you, nf which we have 00
mine to give ua a supply. Now
looking at our case, ss it really iff
Madam Kngland, do you oot see it ia -a
most unjust position in which wo
are placed. ...:.ii.... : ...
wOertainlTji and tir-trutn it -! evouiai"i
the English statesman reply f hut what ri
need wr care toUngat we can tocceetl,',,w .
in your country by means of nrwtpa- j
perr ineur' jnterett by means of p; ,
and principally by means CI procuring
the flection f a tufflcient number ef
your Memberi ef Congrea to carry on
our plans there to stop the growth of
all your manufactories to make tho
people believe that their best ioteresta
are to be kept wretchedly low in trade
and the mechanical arts to depend en
ue to clothe and feed you too, if wo
could to remain abject, low and poor
receivers, oot only of our goods, but
of what we are pleased to call oar fork
etgn political economy, and our cxtcr
nal policy too, which you know has al
ways been to grow all we ran to
manufacture all wean and to el
elude all we con all of which we ac-
I compllsh by having your Congression
al loots to act in your country just trio
you Americans ought to grow notflmg
that you can manulacture Doming
that you can but that you must re
ceive all that you can, or that weajrc)
willing u trust you wmo
uueM not inet. conuucraie aoa,re.,-.iv 1
. . . . ...
flrctins; American, patriot to burst out. Z-U
alMtlMa. afwlw SaMaV Mlfaffif I fVI SW eVfl1 flae
tv! is' it thus that we must be de-
graded ! ' - w..,.fi'
It appears that our country has un'- XL;
fortunately been doomed to nurse
its friends, certain citnens, who are
most deadly enemies to its true inter
- . . . .... .
ests ; the most positive aanerents 01
that nation, whose armies twice pollu
ted its soil with ravages of the most
If this be not so, why is it that tholVr
pretended friends only have exclaimed
so vehemently against the rate ef du
ties proposed on woollen cloth Why
was it that in 1634, when the moder
ate tariff was proposed on woollen and
cotton cloths, that they even threa.
tened a dissolution to the national .
compact? rAVhar other reason.can.be
given for Iheif conduct," than that thte
duties as then proposed and now pro
posed, wo' ild diminish the sale of
British cloth goods, here, and w..uld
entourage the make and snle of Amef
tcan'chlh goods heren the - same
Now we will see if proof sufficienf
cannot be given from their acts on that
general tariff bill (1824) to justify-us-
io iiie.concujsioi.we;Jiave jdopiedjwi
well as on that of last year, as to the
motives of their conduct.
In their opposition to those tariff
bills, they bottomed their opposition
solely on the sympathy they felt for
the contumer. Let us see it :
The tariff then laid 150 per cent. '
duty on tea. Did their patriotic voice
raise a whisper against this heavy tax
on the consumer? No.
The same tariff, which proposed a
duty of 35 per cent, on woollen cloth,
laid also a duty of 75 per cent, on sU-
mm a t a
"art. liau tne consumers ot riif ar-
thcir friendly interpositions !
No 1 but they almost fainted at the
evil of the proposed duty on British
woollens of 35 per cent
Did the advocate of the English
woollen trade see nothing to raise
his compassion for i the contUtnerr ci
salt in the United States, when they
passed the duty of 200 per cent, ou
that article, but threatened destruc
tion to the Union at 40 per cent, on
IheHinanufacturers ofWesfof ETglantT
broad cloths i
Did the friends of the Yorkshire
looms, (in Congress,) when the duty
was laid which now amoupts 10 90 per-
rr .1 . u
. tOT ,ne caammer. but a creat
in .this, ior ihe comumeu ml grat
I evil in. a duty 0 35per centx to en
tourage the A mericancioth manrr-
duties when they agreed to impose
100 per cent on foreign writing papVr,
bccHuse it did not interfere Leed
and Manchester, in England f
. What were their feelings when they:
passel tfV per ren.- djty on com-
t if t
. .X I.