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8AL18nUJt N. C.M..TUKSI)AY, JULY 22 1828
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Fmmi at lb Ttrti Srttitn of kt JUi Ctnjrtto
. - M, am, . , . ., .,
An Act to autlwmxe the eancellmf of Bond,
r -jJJT If - ftrirctci brlhrirhatrimd hm"
- e reftretentativci of thJJytet Staid J,
America in Congrtts atsemblrd, That the
Clrk of thehTxtb Ctcul Court of the
United State for ihetii'rirt of Oeoru.
h. and be U Lere'jv. authoMted and re
oulred to cancel 'certain Bond,' given in
nunuance Of thu decree of the id Court,
for the eaporutfon, beyond ibe limit of
the United State, of sundry Alricao or
- groe, parcel of. the, cargo, of tHr Rpuniah
weacl called tbe Antelope, or Ramirez,
which bond wai executed bv Cueta Mn
janal ind brother, by thrir AHornrr. and
Jo;eph Cunirnlng, and Franri Sorirll,
and acknowledged bf them on he twen
tr fourth Pece tuber, one thousand tight
hundred and ftnif afn. before the
Martha! of tbe Ceorj District, in the
penalty of fourteen ihmmnd eight bun
dred dollar, and conditional for the ex
portation of the le ar.renld.
- Speaker of the llonar of Krprrwntarrf,
r J. C. CAt.HOl'N.
Vice Prrtklent of the t'nitrd Statra, a'ad
I'rrtident of the Senate.
Approred: 2Mav, 1"2S.
JttlV QUIXCY ADAMS.
aXoUce to TfiiiittTB.
fpilR aoWnher offer, for le,
I 1 the luabU property in the
1 1 'fj'own ofCUrlotia, Utel betonfinf
'Jl Jj'o Mr. Alb n Cildwin. Tbil Lron.
erty include! about 60 tufa lota, on a pr of
men are improvements via t A valuabla Tan
incliidiu all the necenry buildinrt, Jus.
ami a patent lUrk-lfilli alo.a irootl dellinir.
if al.uq!er cuUlyaJion, andwelLfcoce'L . Aoy
neriwn wmliinr to purclnae, can Irani the term
bjr'fcnU'.njf on the atbcriher, living In Ciharnu
count y. wi .JIufFalp erek or on Mr., Williani
ouiihi, imng in ,nknoie.
Aa Act anakinu a aupplementary appropriation
- fee lb nuliiary aerrice of the )cf one thou
aand eight hundred ami teny -eight
BR it enacted bu the tmaif and h"ut
of rrfiretetttativei oj the Untied Srofra of
Americtln tongrrn atrmb!ed, That there
' it hereby pproprtited, to be paid out of
any money in the Treaury not otherne
appropriated, the um of ore huhdrtd
thousand dollar, for the armament of for
3c. t. Jndbt it further efittrd, Thai
the Quartermater General be, and he is
hereby, auihor'ned to apply the sum of
eighteen hundred dollar of the money
heretofore appropriated far the QusNer
,IMTc.ri. Department, to the confirmation
and completion of the purchase of tniny
. acreauf land, near the ci'y of Sannah,
c. in Georgia ; which purchase wa condi
.. tlonally.made, by Lieutenant C;;A' )yaiter
for the purpote of erecting barracks Tor
the United Sttes. .
Approved i 2 May, 1828.
111 f. valuable Milt and Und,
formerly tbe Droocrtv of Oo.
Haner, dee'd. are offered for ule
by the late purchaaert, 1 hit land
lit on Dutchman' creek, 4 milr eatt of Muck.
ville, adjointou the GiUa Mumford tract, and it
eual to any lirxl J lloan cminty, with a large
proportion of tuperiur mcado i the Mill are
of riperior conttructton, nm have now a very
ffio4 and wicraaiu(r tun of ctiaiom j the aatr.
power ran u-rjr conveniently be made to drive
any kiix of Machinery. For other particular.
and ternM. apply to Thomas I), liibba, one of
'.he propntior on the pn-nnsca.
I6ii iiiumas d. owns,
IT. I Kit SAXF.H.
Mag lid, 1828. MAIM IN 8ANKK.
N. R. Anullicr tract, bckminiif to IVti r Sa-
ier, ailj(inini; the alMvr, containinir 25 ncrtv,
will I aoUliucoiuiattotvaith the aCove.ortcii.
vauJy aa aaajr bM wU the. purduuer
f likewise firat rate land.
UbiL w3I be ioIiC" M aiT'hi,Tnif iTie Io a of
xocaiTiite, coniaiiiinir ten acre, m land, witn a
K'tttd dwcllinfhotiae, uith uut-booc and an
excellent gardVn i ibi property will be aold
loa.oa accommwUtiiif; Urma. App4y asabuve.
MUsnuur, worth CJIRULMA,
IV KtRA ALLIMOKO
IIH elegant eaabu!imin, aituated
- at the north aoratr 4 lit Court
Hnoae. baa been receotlr trWeJ and
fitted np in a new and aimerior atyla, for the re
eeptioq of Company, "lit gtealeM paine have
been taken 1o nrocor for tb'a) ublWhment
ew (urowr o every tteacnnUoa, mttn4
lor inecwjioa ox, iraveiicrntiernol ap
proved crvanta lave been affected with rrea'.
ear f the bar atockwt Wv boic liyttoea, and
the ttablei attended by oblijring arj attentive
h(WlertThe"wnvcnknceof thlavtuatlon 1a
eijual to anr In the place. The hoo containi
caicuutleJ for the accommodation of Vav tiler
fl n t . . A - l ' , , - .1
any uoararra, miacneii 10 wuicu. itere aa
ury iKKHit nu iKMk niore.
To ihoe who may plean to call on im, he
aaaiirra tlirm that no oaina will be anre! to
rentier their atay comfortable and plcasiir.
Salisbury. Srfit If 1837 Bi
,-iveT aanttoT thk
IIP. anh-eriber has removed fron the
1ione formerly owied bv fWnt.
' Arrir Jfortt, dee'd. to lie houte lately
orcupird bv Mr. David Porter, it the eaat end
oi me town i w nrre ne win coninue nia ijiv.
ERS; He aincerely thank hit frienda and
the public for the patronare herofore exteo-
ded to him i and he anlicit the caotinixance of
He pledrea hia unremitting aHeatiort to hit
iiiaineM, ami kindnm to thoae bo may be
pleaaed to evil upon him. 'i
Stf teniUe, htdrllrt. .V. C, jpril 4 1828.
LIST OF LETTKUS
Tl F.M AINING in the pout-office at.Mocknfilc,
- jljl .'fHK attlxribee iofornn :l public
VjT I- that lite ettwh fpnirt Ratab.
rnent i now ready for the r eeption oft
iMirn; and that, on account ot tl 'ia,rl time,
In- l.a reduced hUcbarget tothefollnvingratef :
Boardin(r. per werk, . . . - . . 4 50
lkrce .ikva AoctvAcx Iaf.,.,.., .71
RervanM per k - - . . . . -2 75
l.eai than ope week, prr day . . . 40
Subline horrs. ier week 2 SO
!. than one ucr,"per'iiay ""r"T"" ". 30
1 Children, under ten vcara of age, per veek 3 00
' ' Ia m than one werk, per day 50
Lincolnton Female Academy.
THE aemUnnual Examination of the young
Ladiei of thii inatitution cloaed on the 2 1 at
Inataot. The exerciac of the Academy will be
reaumed m tbe Jrt M,da U Jul e. nnA
L . ! I' . . ... . . 1 .
uw Momeuiaie care o Miia NAmiA ALlfB, a udy
very emlnentlro.UaIineu to teach the
oranneor literature uanally u(rit In aimilar
laatitutiooi i toirether With EmbrtiJervi rtUnf
iitjv lto"Term of tuhroat :--"--
, llighcf bnuicbea,, ..1,4,.iin,.per aeaion.
For tbe lower clau, including Reading, Wri
t1ng7 Arithmetic, 8te." ."- 1 pet aeaaton.
Extra brancbea, .... j2 per aeaaion.
Boarding may te procured In reapectable fiun-
ilie, from ix to eight dollar per month
: - 3124
. Punt,. The editor of tbe ,Dotot. .
Literary Gaznte h iued a netf '
cditieo of punt. Ifere it iai- .
Where away ? A priioncr ricaried
from the Auburn jail oh the lt' ln. .
itant : vthqr,.
llillsboro' Fctnale Seminary.
rtlHK Summer. Seatinn of tliia lntitulion,
X will commence on the 10th initant
raira or tvitio a voLLewa.
U U r
.ll rl,.- 1 4.11,. ,u - 1
1 Hmtt . . MO',
ttm III U DrnlM t ,lilla i I
( tui wort I Ml C k
il rir.aw tujl J
Board can be obtained in the moat respecta
ble ramiTiet of the place, at RIO per montli, in.'
eluding waihing. wood, candle, kc. A few
Young Ladin mav be accommodated ai board-
en in the family of the Inntructreaaea.
3l24 W. M. GHEF.N,
Julg 4A, 1828. ' . Supfrintriulunt
IG iubrnbrr bcinp drtrr-
mincd to return to tiie eaa'.ern
part of the S'ate to r. aide next win
ter, offer, furaale hit valuable '&..
fiiin i.i Wjiwan county, containing thrrt hundrti
and Iwrntifnr acra ; all of which la ot a mpr
rior quality. 1 huae who hare cen the land,
ay it i erraal to any i tit county, There are
excellent buildinifa of everv deacriptiuu un
place. I'ertom who uant a healtbv aitlulion,
(food rtand for a Store, and an r lr(aiit farm, u ill
lie vrry much pleaded with the hind. I be land
it tet. milea weal of Salitburv, on the Shern ll'i
KktJ raail, adjoining the tand of Mr. Allmani!
Illl. Mr JlMnh f iiu.i, ami nth-r. , I .
unnrceawry to aav anv thing fi.rl.er. it i . Ior """"K'on. . i. aooui every ten Hay.,
prewtned tbe purchaser vr.ll ie w tbe premise!. scl ,u ,,, n. P we -n tbe Delaware.
Mlflltilatn ' flfil MbV'4 I arm lUUUi-r ilrmim- irrr un wrilTV
June 4A, 1 n'JH. J3
the Vftf;eA for VYUadena.
..'.i ' PHK Mibcnber havinif ratabliahed
I a line of P.ICJCEIS between
'hi ail-lfilua and H'ihmngttu, N. C.
akoa thin method to inform 'he pub-
Xaiic, thai a Vrucl will leave Philadelphia
Phjsic, Surj'cr) & Midwifery.
1 N FLUENT Kit by thr rarneit awliritaiiona of
1 many of lui Iriemla. Dr. Iturrn I Hrall In,
at length determined to locate himself in lx
ngtors N. C. Uiough he a,ould repc,ctfully Jn i
form fiui fnt mla atid thwe citTren of DaviilauD
ntjhe adiwiiinf counticvwhQjiifial'e.tli'iottf-
ed to favor him with their patronage, that hav
ing buainew requiring hit personal attention
without thii atate, gi will nut be prepared to
enter upon the duties of hia profeion before
the lit of Augual.
To Ue VulAc:
TIIE aubacriber it now receiving a large and
Dry Goods', Cutlery', and Hardware,
of all dewrrintiom. from New-York and Phihulrl
phia, where thev were telected by hirr.ieir, with jQ petticoats, and that he and
care, and bought tor rah, and which arc offered t . a ...
on the mott re.eon.ble term.. He will .ell for e1Ua,l " Mrs Anne Roya
Jfctse WagoUf for SaU.
IIOR aaJe. low, a go', Jeney H'agtnot tarry-All,
with Harne. For inrther informa
tion, apply to the editor of lint ppr. .
Safburg,-7lllW 13th, - - 20 - -
fad ar-1. .a.?. ..... ; G. rA
j V I 'ir e'4) xiui i;riii iui (ii,i
j iner. a HI hr "rec ire J and forward, d by MrW
! rm U Ihittan, of Faycttevile, N. C. and
J "er. Slav U H'hitHrr, lit Wilmington, N. C,
at the roweat ra'e of freight, and leaat expewe
po,iblc. . .Having tfrtfs''1 Vturlt in tbe trade,
commondrd by cafftul captain, well arqiuintrd
with the coaat, and Cabins well filled up fur the
accommodation of Paitmgrrt r he therefore
tnialt 1" meet uilh encourafemenU M
iVtnt 24 " " A HS P A Tl ON, U,
I'MndrhUa, March. lS. Smth't W harf
Number ( to 15, inclusive, a' the Fac'.urr
price, from Fayrttexille. Ippfy to
I 111 I lllllU. A.K
rioer oaijaa -- - unu ivmiiih.
Xleorge Coor - Joliniork
William P.Cntteaaoh Wituam Marcri
Tbomat D. Gibba
John C. Hawkina
Ijicy Ann Jonea -Free
I Jane Wood
1 homaa Rutledge
A. G. CARTF.lt. P. M.
TUB wtbtceiber- bvrnt thi ilar-yjnalificd a
Executor to.the. bat will ami teaiaruf nt of
Xathan AVr, late of Rowan county, deceased,
hereby gives notice for all persons indebted to
the estate of said deceased, to come forward
"ml make payment i and all those having claim I
against aaid ev.ate, arc requested to present
them to me, properly authenticated, for pay
ment, within the time limited by law, or this
notice will be plead in br of recovery.
ROBERT N. FLEMING, fcrrruar.
May 19A,18'JH. 5t2J
TroUer & UunVVnatow, .
iraffiilmil Clo Makers and Jewellers,
" CHARLOTTE! N.'C."
.VE just received an elegant aaaortment
11 of articles in their line; which they will
tell very low for caab, oe to" punctual customers
Ori a credif? (T'AII kiiida.'Of Wathea repaired.
and wananted to pertonn welL
JuhM. 1828. ' 23
cash at the lowest prices otherwiae, on time
Country Produce bought, at the bighctt market
pnc-a. Arrangements are made to receive
Goods monthly, from the above named place.
which will keep up a good supply of Freal
Goods. Call at bis Store in Salisbury, and ex
amine for yourselves. JOHN Ml'KPHY
N. II. Suirar. CofTee. Salt. Iron.. Molaare
Rum, Wines, French Brandy, fce. fcor Abo, for
rale, as above, .Swai'hi'i ntaurai Panacea, fresb
from the proprietor lit Philadelphia.
avfkA.182a.. , V.. .13128
TifRS. FEVNF.L, inform, her friends
TH F. subacriber has iust returaed from the
North, with at good an a-aortment of
Jewelry, Watches, SiherATare, fcfe.
as wa ever offered for sale in tbja place ; his
Jeflrv is of the latest importati'jna, and the
most fashionable and eleeant kinds to be had in
SutteYliYittntttVlOnfor Sfte. Northern CUr -. elegant Gold and
T, ,., . . I Silver Ifalchet ; plain Do. he. fcc. And in a
H E .ubsrnber being d.-.iroo. to move to ' . , P J f
N naiuippi this fall, oiler for s. Ie h,s v.lu- otlilah G99dt. Alw,7., find, of.
ao e piamauoii in uurac imiiiiy, mar uic rira- , ... . , ,.,! .. k. i ,
..... -....:.. X j .. or-, kept constantly on ham, or made to
order on khort notice. All of wluci will be sold
t - i: j r
Mower than sucn gooas were ever aiapoeea or
' PRiriXG. TO FATETTF.riLLE,
T TTlf.frfind it to their advantage, to stop -.t
f w the WAti OX TAN IK where every con
veruence is provided for Man and florae, to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 25
cents a day and night, for the privilege of the
Yard, iht use of a good hooan -firey witcr, and
shelter. Attached to tbe Tard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store Bread. Shop and. Confec
tionary, and t House for Hoarders and Lodger;,
m a piam, cueap, wnoiesome and corutor
table-atylet . 09
JoyWewVfcVl ttrAprit, 182 r -
and the public generally, that ahe
has opened a B0.1Rf)LG HOUSE,
one dour north-eaat of the F,i)isCot)al Church on
Green-street, where she is prepared to receive
na accommodate Traveller) and Hnraert in a
neat and elegant manner. The dwelling is the
-one formerly occupied by Dillon Jvrilan, aenr.
Esq. known by tbe name of Jordan1! IhttL It
Kximtty to the Court House at well aa the
inesa oart of the town, renders it deservintr
vi -1 . . ..-i
sant uarilen, containing ne thmtmna ucrrt, a
part of which iseiUttl to any lamia in the state. I
V. . i, l. .:i i: . . c , I-
I nere are eaceneiu nuiMiniKi rvcry ucscnp- . . . . . , -
tion on the pUce. Persom who want a healthy ! oc" rc I ,. ' ' '
situation, and an elegant furm, can't be otherwise
than pleased. JASON CARSON.
.e '!Ut, 1828. Tt24
ConimitleA to Ue JaU
fY Wilkes county, a nefrro Roy, who says his
.W name is BILL, belongs to Kxekiel Trot,
man. of Alabama, and ran away below Fayette-
ville. is ,5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, well
made, rather light complected, '"bet wee it 22 "and
25 yeara oldr no particular marks perceptible
. I.:.. -l,;. narrow ia rrrmmmtr - hmva.
the attentmn rmihof 4hh genUemeii oi m -t.. i ,
or and others attending the courts ot tne nan- cn xULf.S PHELPS, Jailor.
icrtana Country Merchania ot tmt place.. ne jnikeihorol Mav 30, 1628. 18
. .1 .L . .. .I.i.ll I
"wrei mem mat no expense nw camnm mm
be atanting on her part to render her house un.
exceptionable in every reipect ; therefore, re
pectfully aolicita a ahara of public patronage.
N. B. Thia Howaa will be conducted and su-
TlCrintenitoil f.. n. K mr hmthr-r 1 HilliM!
Jordan, aenr. Jtte proprietor of the Mansion
1 are verv Iaive jainicl commodiotl atable
no 'cynage noue appurtenant to- w ov
ooaroing uouae. u. r.
(Ty Seala will he antl 4ha .kv llntal
the Charleston, Norfolk and Augusta Stage.
Faytttmniiu 7..-la aw
The public are respectfullv invited to call am
examine these iroods; their richness, elegance
and cheapness, cannot fail of pleasing those who
wish to buv.
All kind of JYatchtt Repaired and warramed
to keep time : the shop u two door below me
court-house, on Main-street.
Safohury, May i6, 1828 16
Commuted to tYc 3a
f Mecklenburg county, on the 22d day of
V April, 18C8, a negro vtman named .Inny,
who says she beltings to a man by ibe name of
John Herren, who live in Ouplin county, N. C.
The owner is-requested to come forward, prove
property p?)t charge, aort take tier myv'
? snHFrsubscriber returns his sincere thasks to
X Ri frtendrand -the poMcr fW tha-iberal
rnarrecerred 1n tnr ne-ot
Stale oj ' North L'arolina, A'urry eomty.
NOTICE is hereby given, thafthe subscriber
baa obtained leuer of adminiatration on
the estate of Blisha Harrison, dee'd. the heirs of
said Elisha Harnon are hereby notiiied to come
forward (if any they arc) and-receive their dis
tributive share of said estate, or it will be d'wpoa
d of a tbe law directs. . 5t25
JOHN DEBttUSE, rWn'r.
JfcJyroV 3f Juries. 18$.
business since bis commencement in thii place,
HaviiiEr enlarired his Establishment, and employ
ed some additional handa, together withhn own
unremitted attention, he flatters himseff that he
will be able to give general satisfaction to those
who mav favour him with their work.. He keeps
constantly on hand,
Coaches, Chart otters Pannel and Stici
Cits, Mail Stages, 1SL tfc.
ni. r nir en..
ItncblHim fttne 28, !38v...4r5iL-
NT TlfcpaWof 111 kmiW hU Uto of bui
ness, done with neatness and despatch.
Mr. 3. WooAwoitlVv; Dytty
RF.SPECTFULLY requests" .11 persons in
debted to hiiri, to come forward and make
payment j and those having claims against him,
wiil be paid on application at bit Dying Estab.
lishment in Salisbury, three doors east of the
court-bouse, as hi ita In (be place iuy be short.
My 12lA, la., tU
t ITHE subscriber respectfully informs the cit
I. itens of Salisbury, and the surrounding'
country, that he ha established a Rm.k hindrry
in said town, on Main Street, a few doors south
of the Court-House; where he will be thankful
to reeive anv kind of work in hit line-of business.
From a number of years experience, In Europe
and America, he feela confident of being able to
give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with anv description of Rinding.
Itiank Rtokf made to order, after any pattern
furnished, on short notice, and at prices which
no one can complain of.
Old Booh Rebound, either plain or ornamen
tal, on the most moderte terms. All order
from a distance, faithfully attended to. T he pat
ronage of the public is repectfully solicited, by
their out servt JOHN II. I)E CAR TEKK I .
Salithwy, April 28A, 1827. 62
W'Aere hei rone and bow he fare.
NobodyTwovs and nobody earia."
Cominr et). Charle Commtnc fcaS
mastf r, for neglect.
have completed the well at their di
tillery" iri ""Morton,"' after a teriea of
disappointment. Water waa found
at the depth of 380 feet. '
Sail, ho!t Pein) vania auction
eer advertise a tale of 500 dozen
Wide aifule..,A peron taken up for
robbery, being aked by the justice ia
what manner he lived, Mty ifgnificaoU"
Iv 'answered, ' My eves are open
when yours are shut."
Cariip meeting. 7 brothers named
Camp, by one mother, met at Royal
ton the 3d uU. it is said for the first
time in 23 years. . '
Done . One Daniel Dunb wia
tossed In a blanket ly hi fellow work
men at a neishborine village fur med-
dlirrg with crrtar domcitic. aff4tr
... -r'- - : a ; - i .
one oi inor numncr, .
Coke, a disenting minister, has sued
thr parish of Littletoo for 50Q pounds
" Morgan Joftnd at ), The editor -
of the Darien Gazette ha made the
important discovery, that the famoua .
W m7"M srgatY "h"a befrrplayin g;--poa -sum
with .the pfod people of : Near
York, by penimlmlattng the country
. . ... i
one and the same person
CommUtetV to the Ja
gTkF Davidson county, a mullatto woman, who
W aays her name is Catharine, and belong to
William O. of Jefferson county, Georgia, and
was raised in Charleston, 8. C, and sold as the
property of James Cun, dee'd. She is about
5 feet J.iigh, rather a. dark. mullatto, between
21 and 22 yeara old, no particular marks per.
ceptible on her, more than her face has the ap
pearance of being marked with the small pox.
Her wirtwrifrreffoeated toomo-lbrwawLwoi'C-
property, pay charKetTana tale Tieravray. or
otherwise the will be dealt with as the law di
rect.. JOHN M. THOM AS, Jailor,
Lexington, June 26 A, 1828. 21
will Mrs. Grundy say to this?"
Difference of opinion. The follow
ing colloquy actually took plce be
twecn two Senator, during the late
diiciitsion on the Tariff Bill, on a mo
tion, to. rcducctac duly.on.MpJasse,
Senator Benton. Whiskey is the
healthiest liquor that is taken,, as men
are known to have been (Mink upon it
forty. or fifty years, while rum fiuithed
its victims in eight or ;ten ;
Senator Chahdlet t undcrstan
gentleman from Missouri that a
may be drunk on whiskey for
vears. This is a reason why I
vote against thr duty, a I Mtvjf favor
of that liquor which ahould despatch
the drunkard the soonest !
Rajsine Chic ie ns A"wf iter In the
Charleston Courier say r I have read- -
in ' scrrie collect fob of-voyages, of m
very brave but very diminutive man,
who commanded an armed vesSrl, be
longing to Bristol. He was taken by
an Algerine, and, not bein able-
bodied enough for field-work, was
made to hatch eggs, fie relate the
thing with great indignation, in hia
own narrative of his capture and con-
A singular epidemic called dengue.
has been raging at MatanZas for aoma
time past. The subject is first attack
ed with racking pins in every part of
the body, succeeded hy fever ) after
which there is soreness or stiffoess in
the legs, hands, jaws, Sec. Great
fears are entertained that it will soon
assume a malignant and dangerous
form, should the unheard of drought
be of much longer continuance.- The
disease is making the same ravages ia
Havana, where the small pox tike wile
LXonstantine Negris, a young Greek
place(Itoachooiot - Parts- by-the
Stole of North-Carolina, Lincoln county :
N Equity : John Huson, s. nuon. ana aior
timerHuson.by their guardian, Eli Hoyl, .
John Ffiddle and wife Mary', and Joseph Mc-
Kinaie t Original bill, l it appearing to the t-
iafacjioij of tht court , that thejdeteodants jn the
ahove7cae i reside out of tlieT atate'; therefore,
weekniwssively4n the Weajejrn, jCarobojan,
foe the defendan'U to appear at our next Superior
Court of' Equity to be held foY the county Of
Lincoln, at the court-house in Lincoinxon, on tne
4th Monday after ttf 4th Monday in September
next, then and ther to plead, answer or demur
o complainant, else the same will be taken pro
confesso, and heanl ex parte. Witness John n.
Hoke. Clerk and Master of said Court, at office.
the 4tb Monday after the 4Ui vlondaf of March,
t4 jsq. o. nujz,
Greek committee, has made such prrv
Kress ia his studies, that the principal
half yearly prize for mathematics ia
the college of Charlemagne has been
adjudged to him.
Cure for DyBpepaa. We have
heard of a dyspeptic clergyman at the
tbiilh. who after a long confinement
yt etching oncrtnoT, and accordingly
he delivered three discnurces in one'
day of an hour dach. Upon" hi re
turn he told Krs"ti egro se r V ai i""ihat he "
felt much better for preaching. The
servant replied, ' I tho't you wuld
mass, tq get so much trash off your
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