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IMS,.! abn.hment V'ftJfTn
' .. .ira ami ronrovemeol,
fllllR subscriber Informs the T
nfnt now ready fur the reeep
. vu..ra. and tur. on mc""" '""TT- "
J ib-flinr. ner week, .
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, less than Pr
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J.m, 1828. 4t
f1 JL' hoi formerly .owned by Capt.
dbo-pied by Mr. David Ptfrter, tn
town 1 where h. will eon Inne h.a TAY.
. .bv 11. nfttv lhankt hn fnenda and
she pibno for rite patmnajr hefftofore eiten
Oti to him 1 and he aolicita the coutinnance of
their fevotw. 1
!U nledm h'n enremirtinif attention to hia
bnaincas and Wwlneia to thote wtiw may M
tiatmia IrtMf. A'. Cfyrtfli, 1828.
f" M r iviiis eicgari eaiaoiiMmni anuaiea
ylJ 1. at the north corner of the Court
... Houae, baa beenlrceotly repaired and
..i..- . IfimA an l nrw aiul ii i rwr! or urlr. for the re.
' " T ' " ' .J l
oern taarn tn pmrtirc rortmg'"u"ni
new flirnitnr of errry detcrirrtion, necevmry
lor the comfort of Traveller 1 the
' proved aemnta have brrn aelccted with rrea.
car 1 th bar flocked with ehoie ftwrt, and
7tba atabka" attended by obri(rinf and attentive
' bpatlera. Tb eoavenienca of tlita actuation ii
4 IQ.ViJ in UIC jncc 1 lie iimc- vinnwin
i - ' f number of private rooma, and out-hoiiera, well
calculated for the aceommodMion ot Traveller!
-jJdBoarder. ''Attct-to wth, there la a
"Dnr Cooda and nook Store.
" To thoe wha may pleaae to call on him, he
tfamrea them that no pain will be apare! to
tender their atay comfortable and pleasing.
Sotiibury, Stfit 17, 1827. 82
f JIHf nibenber hine; ettabhilied
1. a line of PACKETS between
Philadelphia and H'ilmnrton, N. C.
takea thit method tn inform tbe pub-
IiCitbat at rael will leave Philadelphia
.for Wilmington, N. C. about every ten day,
except when pre Tented by Ice in tbe Delaware.
" - Gooda and Produce intended for thia convey
fence; witt be received and forwardrd by Mer.
JhrHM U InttH, of PayetteVille,. N. C. and
Mean. Wtorier, oT Wilmington,' N. C.
: at th lowest ratca of freight, and leat eipenae
pomibla. Having Uiw fiiirWi io the (fade.
commanded by careful captain, well acquainted
- with tbeooaat, and Cabins well filled, up for the
aocoromodation of Patten gtrt 1 be therefore
" tmati to meet with . encouragement.
3mt24 JAMES PATTON. Jr.
..wFkUatktpKat MnrK UX; ' . SmMTi BTMr
fiupwaiiaUoii for 8ae.
- s fpil t aubacriber ..being . dssiroua. 10. jnoveto
-a -J.- n!haisippi this fall, offers for wre hi ralu
able plantation in flurke county, near the Plea-
""""part of which i et1ual to. any landa in the Sute.
There are excellent buildings of every detcrip.
tion on the place. Persons who nt a hAlthy
aituation, fend an elegant farm, can't be otherwise
tbanptewed. JASO.V CAHSON.
.. 182B., .')tV4
XoUce to TanneTs.
THE aubscriber oilier, for sale, the valuable
properly in tlie town of Charlotte, lately
belonging to Air. Allen Baklivin. This prop
erty includes about 60 town ta, on a part of
wnicn are improvement, vis : a vaiuaoie von
ewr, including all the necessary buildings. Ice.
.. . and a patent , Bark-Mill ; ahto, a good dwelling,
houte, with the necessary out-houses. The land
all under cultivation, and well fenced. Any
person wishing to purchase, can learn the term
by calling on the aubcriber, living in Cabarrus
oonty, on Buffalo creek ; or on Mr. William
Smith, living in Charlotte.
Cabamn tmmly. May 22, 1828. 17tf
I?OR aale, nhtlttale and matt, Srm Corrot,
. Number Ate 15, Inclusive, at the Factor)'
price, irom PayetttwUle-Apply 4qjl..
SaHtbwy,May 5, 1828. U
rTIHE subscriber havinir this day qualified a
X Executor to the last and test ami nt of
alhan fi'tety, late of Rowan county, deceased,
bereby gives notice for' all persons indebted to
the estate uf said deceased, to come forward
nd make payment j and all those having claims;
gaina aaid estate, are requested to present
mewM-iM, properly otiienticatl, -for pay.
fftetit, within the time limited bylaw, or thi
win ru ui umt ,n rrcvTcrj,
' State ofJYtrth Canlina, Surry county.
ll has obtained letters of administration on
the estate of Elisha Harrison, dee'd. the heirs of
laid Lhsha Harrion arc hereby notified to come
forward (if any they are) and receive their' dis.
tribuiive share of said estate, or it will be dispot
ed of ai the law directs. 5t25
JOHN . DKBEUSE, Adm'r.
JULY 13, ,
' TI1K PEOPLE'S NOMINATION
ma vie mwimw, it
V "JOHN C. CALHOUN.
Jatkm TUM J-Cr-A.
telgh star ot the 5d Inst.) In presenting, to
the Jackson .and Calhoun
.. . . . w f
tree to the Ceotrsl Jeckien Comm.ttert
t . - . mm. aa f. al.
. 1 .1!. Tk. f,.IU.Ini ara Ihl huHCI
inn hit. ' - -
1 at tiUt.nobert Ixrve. of liar wood e
' ' . at;
21 . Montfort Stoaea, of wiitea,
5d """VTtefTwntyM linolfc.-v;u.'
4th John Giles, of Rowan. ' I
4th Abrahvn Phifipa, of Hockingham.
6ih John M, Uehead, of Guilford.
7U1 Walter F. Richmond. '
8th Willie P. Mlugum, of Orange, .
9tb Jniah Crudiin, of Wake.
10th John Mall, of Warren. .
Uth Joaeph J. William, of Haf tin. -. -,
12th Kelar Bllrd. of Catea. ' ,
13th IHil D. Wilwn, 4 (Ulgeeoaib.
11th ttirhird D. Soaieht. of Craven,
lh Edward B. Dudley, of New llanover.
Theae pentlemen are pledged" to vote
for Andrea Jarkton as President, and oA
C. Cethoun as Vice President, it would
k .itnrfliinii in rnmmfnd them to tbe
auffraeea of our fellow ciiiien. Enlifiht
eMd.jvr'tn numry f convinced of the
good policy they pursue in asi'iMing to
place the tlistinguiahed individasl in the
Presidential chair, , who, to borrow the
,1 r..U-i- i- .r m. i-ir..
on. -is " trie orjy hope It ftVWrecn
the abuse! 01 government, and bring it
back to it! primitive purity ; and ap
prised of the. pure and unadulterated
source fiom whence the nuraioaiion of
their distinguished rcllow.ciiizenj, . who
form the Electoral Tirket, sprang; the
predilections, (he wisdom and patriotism
of the chUens of North Carolina, no!
cannot allow thrtn to do otherwise than to
give it their most cordial and decided
support rrom authentic Information,
received dailv, from every part of the
State, we are irmis'iWy convinced, with'
out the smallest shadow of doubt, that
it will prevail by an overwhelming major
ity over the Administration Tirket.
On Saturtlav and Sunday, the 20th and TTtti
mat. tlivme service will be celebrated in tint
place, by Bishop Kavencroft. It is expected
that the new 'Episcopal Churclf wffl be 'Conse"
crated on Sunday, tbe 27th : Hie pew in tbe
church will be dipoed of (at the church) after
divine service on Saturdav, the 26th, when and
where theA'eatry; will attend and make known
the lerma. t24
SaUtiurj, July 10A, 1828.
Celebration the 4th July, in CHARLOTTE.
In pursuance o Jirevwus artangrjient.c;apt.J
Kendrkk'a corananv of, Artillery naraded at the
Court.Houe, at 11 o'clock, ; joined by cWiena
and etrangers In town, ami formed a proceaaion
formed bf the people themieifet, in iYpeiwee rtif R be MA U w wrretroep
reipectWe dlitricta, and bn. been , .
i ihs-Cotfeinondinr Cmmlr , rvi Wm J AlAvandert Governor Jre
under the threctjor. . of Col. John : SIo.i,rm', for,fewrahd hia Oam hofU v
who acted a Marshal ot -the ttav : the procea-
ion moved then to the brick church, where the.
buainefa of the day wa opened by tl Kev.
Mr Cottrell, With an appropriate prayer.
The Declaration of Independence waa read by
Doctor Jame 1.. Williamwni 1 after which, an
excellent Oration was delivered by K. l' Willis.
The bu"lnc f iU d beine closed at tbe
church, the procession again formed and march.
eu to Kobcrt I. Uin kins' tavern, where an ex
cellent dinner was prepared by Mr. Dinkin:
at which William Davkbon, Fq. presided a
Presklent, asaisted by James Diitkins, Esn.'a
t-:-. 1... .1.. ,
the following regular toast were drank follow
ed by a number of volunteer. tbe utmost good
order and frood humor prevailed throughout
tne aay, ana tne company bmre up at an early
hour, with feeling of friendship toward each
other. A Ball was given to the ladies in the
evening, at Mr. Dinkin' long room.
1. The dav we celebrate ; the glorious
period of our Independence, that gave us
rank among tbe nations bf tbe earth, may
its genuine principles be duty apprecia
ted. 2. Geo. Washington : may hit memory
by the American people, anoHwouTse
through life, guide to all aspiring men -
3. The hero and natrima nf 7 ,
the dead, may we be liberal in tubttantiat
gratitude to the living.
4rT hrtonsri tmi on of The tJ. Statei i
a basis on which Is erected th Kar frartt
of government on earth: mar a liberal
construction ot it! provisions promote the
general welfare of the people, and tbe
peace and prosperity of the states.
5. The President, "and Heads ofDe
partments of the United Stateu
6: Agriculture' Cbmmefeand Blanu
factures; may each W protected so- as
not to be injurious to either.'
. 7,. Our. country ant! the, union of. tbe
States; palsy t6 fhe brain, and leprosy
to the hand, of those that would attempt
a separation. : '..
8. Gen. Andrew Jackson, and his
compatriots in arms in the last war.
5:11,3 1 tft'' i
eranUeu, armeu am cuuIjUucu,
thef ats Iho bulrk of the nation.
1Q. T he Uoternor ana inaie 01 norio
I Improvement t whit ha
ture has denies" "u suppiy vy
... - - I L .
art! g$od Uotdi snd Canal promote the
wcslh and proiperlty or the country. .
11 The Ne Ststei which have been
added to the Union 1 tnsy they alwaysH
provl valuable member! or , the contede
racy) . . .
U The Fair Set I Thotljth last am-
our toasts, yet firat In our effetUoni.
' "' ' TOLUMttlSI. ..
r.M 'Wm. Davidson I the cbontv of
. ....... .r . . f. .
fi,i.nSi.r-t ihe.urauia joecureinQQ-.
v--- r f -
7,i , afatlnirb1rVtai1lke for talenie-wwl
1 . . m af t ' . J.a?....tV
batriotiam N. Caroline b proud ol audi
Col. J 00. Sloan t ' that legicf wbkb waa
beueathej M f our. Kevplutlonary an-
until time Itself shall be no more.
Dt- Thos. Cottrell I the humane, liter
ary and moral institution! of our country
ma? they ever find frlende In the friends
of aciencei end never fall for the want of
patronage. . ' ' ,
Mr. Boswortht Rail roada and Canals t
the beat expletlvee of the prosperity of e
UMai. Sanl. MtCombi Henry Clay,
and the imerican System j may they
lriomph ,eP BritUh polity and molasses
Uemitoetet, ,n0 brawl out dissolution
af tM anion.
UfiV States! mar their unity of inter
est fc more judiciously considered by tbe
A Totrence, Esq. of Salisbury: the
tok of Charlotte 1 famouaforits bospi
tall'.tt and Tjatriotism 1 idbt ther otdrf
drrfnaof t eineiib etalleed by peck
of pjgodis and bushels of Rupcea.
Tkos. R. Smart, Esq. i the town of
SaR4ury-8etfln4 te none In hospitali
ty, .prosperity and bappinesa to Itj clt-
II. Alexander, Esq. of Satiabury 1
reaent adminutraiion ; the beat since
jyt of Washmjcton. j - - - -
oa. p. Smsrt, Lao i J. Q Adams:
mit he, on the 4th March, 1 829, have
cauie to exclaim in the language of Car
din Woleey t " Farewell, long fare-
0 all my greatness.
I. Alexander, Laq. of Salisbury : he
elieves that a corrufit compact was
d into between Jobnqutocy Adams
enry Clay, preceding the lalcpresi
lection, is cither a knave or a
D. M Barringer 1 the patriotic town of
J Charlotte, a horpel-'a neat to Corn wallis 1
may i: always prove a atfng to our coun
try 'a opprcasora. -
T. 1. Johnson 1 JohnMon Blakelv ;
Born off the coast of N. Carolina, natu-
raliaad in Newbern, educated, at Chapel J
1 111 ; me omimem ana ooasi 01 me navy.
Alexander Hodge, e"Revolutbnary sol
dter) may the opponent! of J. Q, Adams
be canvioced 01 their error.
Jatnes Dinktnt, Esq,; J. Q, Adams; al
thaugh the ihafti of calumny have been
Jiujled at htm With the utmost velocity
1 yet be Still remain! invulnerable I hia
Pr. Thos. Harris t whoever may he the
choice of the Afoerican people for Preii
dnt, disappointment and contempt to tbe
cton who wishes to obtain office by a dis
solution of the union.
J. II. Blake t Henry. Clay; who has
been repeatedly tried in tbe political fur
race, and found in purity - like our own
nirive gold, above tbe standard coin of
I 1 itr i
orrtson : may the fair daughters
of these United States, by their profound
erudition be enabled to silence the asper
sions of proud man, who has been ready
tp ascribe to them inferiority of intellect.
( Dr. J. B. S. Harris t may tbe Ameri
can political physicians revere the consti
tution, and ever keep in view, that univer
sal peace, civilization and commerce,
should ever be the happy lot of man, and
never dream of war being tbeir trade,
plunder and revenue their objects.
D. M. Barringer: our distinguished
Governor, Jayea Ittdell t let N. Carolina
always duly, appreciate such talents and
vmuttwoosnc rau. scion aiiaiRjnaicie
vation to which Jjer real. worth so justly
entitles her. (Drank standing.)
son; ITickory stripes and blisters to the
back and tongue of him wbo would at
tempt to sully his fair fame.
,.,E. M. Ross t the fair sex, man's most
valuable treasure") palsied be the tongue
that would deceive them.
A man was tried in Hardeman coun
ty, ...Teonessee7 last" months JqO
murder of his wife j found guilty, and
sentenced to.be; hangedi
Orange county. James Mebane, Esq. is a
candidate to represent Orange county in the
Senate of the next legislature. We have here
tofore mentioned that Dr. William Montgomery
11 a candidate far the same hojnor,
Tourth of Julij i t Lincclnlsn.
. TU ciiUcna of !JneJ"" ainl v'u ;.:7 ettc
brtfd the annirrtry f Imlr pf mlmr in a
patriotic ami becom'mK 1 utmot dc
corum and hhonv prrvaitrJ throughout tlx
dajr t ami all, ithout di.tinction of party, united
in wnderini; tht ttercM agreeable.
The Declaratiow ot Independence, and a pt
rvHte adJrtaa, were rrad and pronouoced bv
Mr. Deverlv I. Thompw.n t And at two o'clock,
1 company partook of an Jttricai dinner, at
. Mcltee'ai no rWrn dainties were placed
00 the labia, I h tpr r r-WiaaJi
. The following Toasta, after the removal of
the cloth, were drank to, not in cup 01 madeira,
but In pure .faitWciin Wn, manurctured by
Mr. fti'incr. from a-rnee the nrnducUon of the
oil of our own country i interspersed with pat-
tiotie song, by Dr. W, W. Mom.
f . The day we celebrate t may tbe ana
nlmity that pee vailed la. the Coogreatof
aaaaav L a .m taM ak la,.,
Oh aay can yoa'iee by the d.wn's oarly
lie ht.V WmvVX. :T.r:jrfT T-rz';y "
3. Theltcroeaof the Revolution 1 to
lhonb survive, be bur jgrateful care, to
thoie who are gone, our iioeny .monu
ment to their memory Song, M Scot!
A. Charles Carroll of Carroltoni the
only lurvlvor of the signers of the Deela
ration of Indeoendence t may another
Carrol arise to sign the declaration of In
dependence of hia native country, Ireland.
Drank Handing, 3 cheers.
S. The President of the United States.
6 The memory of the illustrious
7. Our politics! Institutions t the Erst
wxal JlOAr'ment. of man p oacity
lor wit government 1 my their duration
through all lime, make it the last.
8 The Judiciaryt our ark of safety
amidst the storms of political contention.
f. Jefferson and Adams 1 on tbe 4th
nf July, 76, tbeir hearts united in tbe
cause of Liberty the 4lh of Jul vV29, their
piriti -scendetf-to the mansions f
10. The army and navy 1 our right and
reft arm of defence rmf they always-be
subjerl to the body-politir, the people.
Song, M The Hurlter'a of Kentucky."
11. Greece, who gave letters and
science to Europe, has been enslaved by
Safafens VTutope awakes, and girts lib j
erty o Greece in return . for letters and
science. Tune, " Bruce's address.
- 12. -Lafayette t Let hhn say, like Csar,
u veni, yidi, vici." Tune, " Auld Lang
13 The American W,mi tbw mo
thers, the wives and the aiatera of free
men. Song, 44 Wife, children and frienda."
By Thorns Williamson. Esq President
of the day t the village of Llncolnton the
virtue of bcr citizens is seen in the
prosperity of the flc. --
By P Newton, VicePreMdent t domes
tic manufactures ; Bacchus has taken a
flight from Madeira, and landed in Lin-
colnton, and intends to dwell amongst us.
prMif " Henderson the consiiiu-.
tion of the United States the ark of our
political saTety 1 may the hand be paral
izr d that would attempt its dissolution.
By Robert Williamson, Esqi state
rights 1 may they never fall victims to tbe
po wef of t he generaT goVetn ment . ' " ""
By B. J. Thompson : the press of our
country i may. (he preserving its purity
be rtpf dedsvih
lf C.rlos Leonard. Esq i Indepen'
dence'; "we have assembled to celebrate
its declaration ; rmy succeeding genera
tions ever observe (he same.
By Daniel Seagel, Esq : the opposers
of the tariff ; may tbey soon see their er
ror. By J. D. Hoke : Our Union ; better to
suffer partial oppression, than general
destruction bv its separation.
By J. A. Ramsours the memory of
Clioton, the strenuous advocate of Inter
nal Improvement may his name be
cherished by every true American.
By J. P. Henderson: Here 's to the
day tridt our forefathers bid defiance to
British thunder, and firmly ererted the
holy temple of American liberty over the
tomb of British tyranny.
By Major J. Michal : the Mechanics of
Lincoloton ; may they be prosperous while
they conduct honestly.
By V. Ale Bee, Esq : Agriculture re
quires protection, more, than rrunuiac-
By M. Hoke 1 A well regulated mifitia,
the main aubstitute for a standing army.
ByX-Upo4e4aver y iayabe
soon arrive, when thia curse, that is hov
ering over the heada of the. American
people, shall tea wept away.
By Dr. W. W. Morris: the battle or
Lunday's Lane ; it showed to the British
that tbe fire of the Revolution wis not
CXgttlafawd.-'""'' '"r..-"7---r-r --
Journal, of the 30th ult. says: "A
letter from av gentleman in Salisbury
county, in North Carolina, speak, en
couragingly 01 the .prospects of the
vote of the atate being given for the
administration.' Now we . auspect
some wag ban played off ft trick on the
county as uii.. ury t r l.as s:ate nci
thcr are there any luch ' encouraging
prospects' ns the Journal speaki of
the hottest partisan of the ajministrv.
tion would not hazard the expression,
of tuch an opinion here for he would
expect to be laughed at by his own
party, for perpetrating euch no
tion." If the " gentleman tho give
the Journal tku fW- rf terachui in
formation, belongs to the town of SaU
Isbury, will lay a wager, f one
year'i .subscription to the Carolinian
(forwe have 1 no wpe7 M bcQ against ,
ten grain of talomeft tnit he cannot
publickly ivow himself Jxerer without
wn 'party.7 You bia Detter talk of
Mr.TAdamsV proipeeU; in -England,-thao
Jq North .Carolina j tha people
afetw "a mim - , a. . a
art too republican here,
7jlf Auction Stitetn..i...XVt have
been satisfied, for eome time, of the
evils, the mischievous effects "of the
auction iyitemt particularly In the pre
sent .'excessive extent to which hit
carried in the large cities. Tbii griev.
nee has-been long felt, and complain
ed of, but, until lately, endured final.
Iv. perceiving tbe he cakniitoue ten.
dency of this gambRng mode of dis
poning of goods, hadx brought about a
state of things nearly insufferable, the
merchants of New-York recently held
a public, meeting,, and act forth their -
reasons, in re solutions, end a able aj.
dress, why the present auction ly item
ought to be abolished, or t heavy duty
levied by act of congfen on sales at"
auction. Our columns are so en
grossed, at thia time, with the inser
tion of-two long -aclVertisirnents, mnd
the publication of the U. S. laws
(which have ttrong claim on our at
tention, as such things are the only
prof table part of our buslness)....that
we are rcloaulw compelled to omit
the publication, entire, of this docu
ment, which has emanated from the.
whole body of New York merchants.
The merchants are determined not to
uffer his subjec.to.jjmade politi-,
cal handle of ; it is a question of ab
stract right and justice," and In that
light jwHJHbc presented to Congress,
t." c acaaioo, m a memorial, lor
the consideration of the representatives
of the people, as . a national evil. A
we can find room, we shall make ex
tracts on thia subject, -that the people
may be made acquainted .with the
grievance and be induced o aecond
zena who are. engaged in mercantile
pursuits, in seeking redress.
The Attorney General. The mem
bera of the Supreme Court, and the
members of the bar in attendance,
met on the JOth ultimo j and it was
resolved to wear crspe 20 days, in re
spect for their deceased associate
James F. Taylor, the Attorney Gen
eral, The Governor has called a meeting
of the Executive Council, to take
place on Wednesday, the 30th ult. to
appoint an Attorney General, in place
of James F. Taylor, deceased.
The letter of " Adam," and thr re
ply of- 'fEveart received, and shall
bettlyjconsjdeired, ,as soon as we can
find time "to read" theth attentively.
much from a short delay, being, as wa
should judge, from the antiquity of the
ostensible authors, relics of " timet
long gone by." . .
Tb.w. fern wmctlon range
Voter,'? shall be published shortly,
is siaoti aa we can dispose ipf jome
other matter, that "haa a prior claim on
JunT&.Kko6i haa been pit
ed in Boston, to prove that Lord
George SachiHe vt the author of the
celebrated letters of funittt
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