"".. Aiit.,... .rTTT.. .' - - 'll. "VOL. IX......,XO. 427.
TnMk4ikl( rura r fatUra Mir. IT MM
UI W Uofir4 M ma M taw?. ik lw k,i4 Hi
MB mmM 1 " " T"r7 .f.
fw M..M. fffclIW. PHfjM MUM,
: Differen t of Conttitutton., Sub-
itartcct tht rt poionui u on'trSre
, pi aninuli are medicinal to a tecond.
.aoiiy cnr higMjf, putrU'jxc, third;
That; iwtoe rcp"ionttJ ' bjr;prpptf j
odratefol nice i white hehbsfie
wnoicioiuc uc w.aw!inei.iii jne
loanoer," aloea, which to our kind it
Uiefulmedicine. il a rank venom (o
dogs nd loxea and the hone, which
ii po'uoned by the water hemlock, and
corrosive luhlimate, will take a dram
of arsenic daily, and improve thereby J
.1 . J . '
Dotn in nit coai ana cooaiiion.
- Sinptlat Organic Relic K work.
Xfian recently broke a nun or very firm
conglomerate .rock, quarried for the!
sew Stair Ilouie now building at New
ua comnletelv encfoied ai to exclude
the ponibility of external introduction, j
a piece Of wood, the imaiHimb Of
tree, apparently oi me pine family, -vnenca in (onqrtu at$emtiea. i hat erh
with the bark entire the wood not ".ut vivinfc oBi- e r of the Revolu
iniiieratixed, bot freihV and imperfect .." l?Jjf 5l'nn'' Line, who w.rn
Tr viiloanajiot kf e Micfied : to-Mf paf WT.evey Octo
the waUtof thecavity,exceptilight: "MJ evenfetnudred-inff
J "V ,m , f' f .? eiRln, be authorized to receive, out o
!y it oneend) but lying in U ann a onr fe Trri,ur.v not e V,se
ease, anc uiccc
lafgcr tiiao'afiogcrr W(I ihft aviy bvt
twoor three inches in diameter ; it was
lined with soft and leebly coherent
jnattei1, resembling the substance of
the rock in - state of rather minute
division. SiilimanU Jturnal.
LADIES AT HOME.
.. JWti J, Aceordinr to previoua ar-
BMffed, sd tha wine, "perfect kwe,w and cher-
pf bounce, were placed on the table, the follow-
Inf aentimenta were eipreated, aceompanted by
appropriate muiio oa tha piano forte, by Mia
Suky Squall t
v of -AaeficaR Independence. JIM urst ot
the rail-road, and, we hope, the last of our ee-
tibaeyTvas, Udj cmir i. marry jm
"1. 1 Old BaclekriT Ruitf thinr-Hiar they en-
.$y u 0uch bappinea by . themarhrea as rwe do
Without them. TM.f? V o'nWin. T
.. aiu.' . Uka lha lk m-o.mr:the anim her
w olEa.iTboe of us whdwftutd look lovely j
- twOuM study simplicity i a link . ill coat
r tracb- C", F4 H WPVar- -- ..-i
a . m- I !l. ..nvtM. rut twm ll I
.ike masonry, ho one know the
accret uniu wev mix imu. .,,,,.7 ,
, ... . 1 . . I
" luc I
V . ,r. I..-' Ik. .bW
l eas I
'IsaA'Ifa Aitir.;'..' '.T""" I
J$ SUut -JtoyZA"cotiatTItion of f.mala
- jBatrei the preaeot ay baa provedtbc fc-Uicv
; of tldriie,r ihe rnrwoTrtr c? -w"1-"
JZcttZhr weapon of cV
fence i narlernav that it w the list evil that
ftll from 'he box of Partdoratis'fali !-it came
out firat, for it could not bear "durance vile."
Tvaa, bid mt ditemrtt.
KUhu Recorded on the heart-
to dn..k wda-water, wear Navarinos, and orle
whom they btease.-Trai,7Ufr.7ir iht B.
wfbtw.. . ,
Styk. A woman! light houe, built of coach-
s, liveries, routs and Ua parties. Tvaa, Oh !
t!,uLwJ , . . f ,. ,
iht OentUmen. 11it glorious dava of chivalry
are pa.t : Who will poise a lance for u. now t
Tuna, Juki lanf yae.
Oumhei. May we rest upon the thelf like
,' valusllc works whose wm eaten cover re no
indei bt the merits . oT tueir contents.TpFa,
Cve red. Mini Squall favoured the company with
the following original song, which wai intended
to have been oflcred to the Typographical As-
ociation for tfrerf pnnting-but it as thought
test not to make the thing too common.
80NGw.Aia, CmV (W tltt re."
--lf a oody meet' ,body--" -Coming
thro a crowd,
Should a body td a body
. Tattle Ulea two loud J
nil lha ladiaakthfl-citsy
Quaker-like and proud t
Ive to rai their , voices pretty.
Coming thro the crowJ,..-.kc ic. kc.
( tat KttU arid often, ....Thia is for
lltople of weak-digestion, but it is al-
" Wayi Injucloutiidvlfe ? The stomach,
and otnef'digestive-organs, require
their intervals of repose, as well as the
ether parts of the' body, and .it regular
takinfc food, the: appetite by the JftrceT,
, vt imuis iooe wiu-rriurn winuicbc
- limei, and digestion will follow.-- But
7if Ihe stomkh Tintept
work on all niceties,-" they never will
have a keen reliih for food, or a power
fill.wd easy digestion. V
I r . . , , 4.U W- t
, ftfci. .lj.fnt,f Cl.im.uf p,7.
lied fo Indemnification, under th fi.it article
.;. ...c re..y ,01 uent, knd Tor lha dittribn.
tHM among Web cWfMOU, Of (1.0 Mlm puij,
,Md to- e f". fcT J forerMirteut ht Great
Britain under a convention between the Uni.
ted States and hi Rrii-nm m.i-, ...
-r.i.- . . . ... - ubic
flejl M,JnJon,M. 4lurtato UNonv
0MV4NM tbouMAd Siurht hulMU t. 1-
:z""'V'Va iionarM una Wfty4tvrc
r n::rr r :
Jlmrrica in canrre. .un.u Tk., .i
eolith icction of the dlorcuid act ihall
bet and the t'ii'me it herebt, re nr tied
Sec. 2. Md bt it further enactrd. Tw.
tne I'OmmiMion cre.tcd bv the i.id act.
ii.ii not continue ai;er ihefint d.y of
BfiuTut of ill ifou e f lb pmetttative
J." V.. CAf.lKK'N.
ice President of tlir United fttatra, and
PiYi tcnt of the Senate.
Approved j 15 Mv, m.
JbiiN quincv inm.
RE it enacted bu the arnatt and toute if
rrfirernMtve of the Umttd State of
.ppropfUted, the amount of hi full p.t
ime, to brjjin on the third of M.rch,
one thousand eiRht hundred nri twenty
ix, .:d to continue during hi. na urai
Provided, That, under tli ct, no
onictt - "e f ntitie d to rercive alire,
um wtn me iuii p.jr oi . .t. in i n.f line
whenever onv of h.iri hfT. tr as. rerciv d
money of the United Sutr,-as j ppniir
er, i,rte the third day t,f M rirch. one
naucted Irotn what ui.i ofTm r ou!d.
otherwise, be entitled to. u S r iht-first
aertion of this act ; and evciy j)cniuii to
wnjrh ,aj bfl-,cer j, ,lcn, ,.nt,.d
cease after the nassaee of this art
Sec 3. Md be it further rnacted. That
every surviving non commission. 1 officer,
nukUn, ot private, -in W army, who
enlisted therein for and during the wan
and continued in its irtke uniiiita ter
mination, and thereby bee. me emi;led to
receive reward of eighty dallrH under
a. resolve, of Cunjjre&s. passed May fif-
uamIk-a. venteca bundi td-and-ae vew r
.. .... ... .
.k .k.ll U anlill. . l!. I.. II
'K ' i.ii v .i..iit. 1 yj ltiMC 1. 19 UII
"10,,l"'y y in ii" service, out ni any
money in the treasury not otherwise ap-
proprl.ted ; to bcgif en the third d.y of
Mafe h, one -thoOMnd, ciglrt-JMMMJred.and
twenty aix, and to -continue durinj his
plural liferm, That no non-
Gammissroned officer, mrfsician, or pn
vate, in a.id arnvy, who is now on the
pension list of the United State., shall be
enritled 10 th L.n.fii. of ki. .t
g A rf h it further enacted, That
. . . .
the pay allowed by- this act ah.U.- under
be direction of the Secretary of the
Treasury, be paid to the officer or soldier
eniitled thereto, or to their authorized at
torney, at auch placea and dsyi as aaid
" " ' f .
Secretiry may direct and that no foreign
officer shall be entitled to said pay, nor
shall any officer or soldier receive the
gamef umU he furnish to said Secretary
Mtisfafc,orr evidence that he Is entitled to
bt i" contbrmit, to the provision.
of this Set ; and the pay allowed by this
act shall not, in any way, be transferable
or jte to attachment, levy, or seizure,
D . ea process whatever, but shall
inure wholly to the pcrsonsl benefit of the
officer or soldier entitled to the same by
this act. " --' .
Sec 5. And be it further enacted, That
so much, of laid pay as accrued "by the
nroiMoo f tbla- aevbefore theJbirdii. yi
of March, eighteen hundred and twenty
. a a a J . I flP - A
be, In the manner' and under the pmvls
ions before mentioned ; and the pay wjtlch
shall accrue after Said, day, shall be paid
emi annually, in like manner, and under
the tame provisions. ' " - ; .
Approved t 15 Msy. 1828 '
Afli Act Rnktnff mrooraAiooa far the iaaprove
"tiient vf7 wrtaia-Hafborav lha : Compleuoa of
the Cumberland Koaito Zanemlle, tne se
curing of the Light House on the Brandywine
SlioaVand the ajaJut.stimvar-----r-.-
BE it ' ipieWih'liTiiw
of refireicnlotfvei of the United Stateitf
America in Congrett attempted, I bat - the
following sums be, and the same are here
by, ippropriatcd, to wit
llftln nf tk r?.-,.. j I
-....,....,.,, .... utjcmnai
o., continued to Z.miH ., jn lhe
io ui inio, one Hundred and scvenir
Be thou land dolUrt i whlcJi imd ,um '
. .kt,lk ..u '
, -,-T ni
iwr,rinoui and ID'
inff With Ih. rl'.t ...... .
- viiiiiii. i " i-viiiuicie
plCraoUlWai thi State of Ohib.'nln?
. i . r - -
wronrj one KWdre4ffndiM.?R;r.Ui.TL.i.rr Situation
Of cibStfifrllnh. m lit ....
rf ww afivi.au.
Tr."r i ; - - w'
won Hirer, in me otate or Uhio, four
thouwnd four hundred and thirty Ani
n and thirty five cents j to comnler
ine erection oi piers at the mouth of Dun
sirn harbor, In the State of New York.
moui.nn ooliirs j to , complete the
const rue lion of the road from Detroit to
.'i.umce, bve thousand nine hundred dol
.rs ; to continue the road fmm D-.!.
CiTrtr0, trTir'aa Ihe hoinri.'r.' Iin. i
the Slate til- Indian.. i.r.i,.. .1.1
a - - " I
w pk 'vuvaiiii sl.1 ia a
lanj to pay a bilance dusthe Cmmi.
oneri for layincout . iWrom D..r,i,
, S.-..-Hi U. -j
from Detn.1- to For. Gratia, ii, the Ter
K-"-" .,. aim Biiu rna1 1
ntory of Michigan, three hundred d
pleio heL'ui'cfJi,1l,,' n1"" ""; ocom
mouih of 0eR Mrboi(i tht S.ate CT"! to call upon him. '' if -VKHU
ni-sv 1 otK, aihorirf.' ty ao act 01 t.on
grcis, xpprotcd the twentieth of M.rch
last entitled " Aq 4r.i to nuthoi iz tne im
imwtn'of ten aii hivbo'rf t tnr nnHdinit'
of ilt fs-. nd Joe -r W pU fpo " - nia
thout.rd hvr huml'cd ani eiK iy ihice
dollars t ri t)i iy i,i()r uit ; 1) deepen
inj il. r. .! of , 'r..uce inlc the har
bor ',f Pitih--bifv --Ma-thotHond two
hundred r,i twr'Hy-ihree dol.rs and
(icliteen citts; for conipletinr the re
rtioval of obsirurtions at the nouth of
AhtbuUCrfk,Ohio. two thou and fou'
Hundred andihrt'c doll.rt ind fif y cents ;
f. (otnplrtiig ihc remoril of obstruc
ititu st the mnmhof Cunnlnghsm Creek,
Ohio, one ihous.nd five hlndred ni sev
tn'ern doll .rs and Aevrtlty-ix ccms ; for
remorin obitrucliori to Ihe narigation
of t'if K'-nnebcc rivet a' Lveiov'a Nar-
towt, by rf moving thsjh ilf tide and othr
rot ks, in ad iiiioit to tic ippropriation nf
ls (teiun, three t ioij. ui? five liundrtd
rtUl-f; for pieservin add securing '.he
Li;','i'i.ouse on ihe U iniiywine Shoal io
iht By of Del.w.re,ieo thousand dol
lira ; Br defravine iSecxpenieiincidD
tal to making rx.minationi ind lUfvrp.
under ihe art of thiuii-h April, eighteen
hundred jrrd t-rmy foif, thirty thouwnd
dollar ; Provided ThU this approuru
tion shall not be construed into a Legi
iive sanction of any examination or sui
vey whichihalJ.not be djemed of n.'ion
aMmportance, snd wi:bn the provHioi
of the s foresaid act of the thirtieth Aptil,
oneihouiand. eiKt hundred and twetitf
four; to .complete a pier adjteent to .
pier at -Boffalov in the state of.Cew lork
ihirty foup thousand tvro hundtjed and six
A pproved 1 1 9 Msv. UMt.
An Act for the punishment of contraveotions of
the fifth article of the Treaty between the
United States and Rua.
BE it enacted bu the trnate and haute
cf reftretentativet of the United State 0
America in congrett duembied, That if my
one, being a citizen of the United States,
or trading under their authority, shall, in
convention of the stipulations entered into
by the United states with tne emperor
of all the lluisias, by the fifth article ol
the treaty, signed at St. Petersburg, on
the seventeenth day of April, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and twenty four, sell, or cause to be sold,
to the natives of the country on tne north
west coast of America, or any of the Is
lands adjacent thereto, any apiritous
liquors, fire arms, or other arms, powder
or munitions 01 war 01 any una, toe per
son so otTendine shall be fined in a sum
not less than fifty nor more than two hurt
dred dollars, or imprisoned Dot less than
thinv davi, nor more than lix months.
. . "r : -l -ir ju.
tneaupcnor-xouni-t rit trvt hw .
lorial districts, and the circuit courti and
other courti of the United States, of simi
lar jurisdiction in criminal causes, in each
district of the United States, In which any
offender, against this act shall be first ap-
- 1 a1 a a. Its a j
nrehended or orougn lor mail sr.au oavc,
and are hereby invested with, full power
and authority to hear, try punish,
all crimes,' offences and misdemeanors,
against this act ; such (ourts proceeding
thef fclo W the same rroaimenc; as men
crimesroffences and miademeacors had
been committed . withw. the Doundi
their respeaive states. v. ...
""Approved s 19 Mav. 1828.- w"
H - -
To Ooi wNUvierft,
lTvXXlba. of Quicktiher. just receivel,
llVZf and for sale, by E. W1LLEY k Co.
Sqi.bury, June 10."', 1823 tf
, MAN8I0N HOTEL,
SALISBURY, JWXTff CJBOltKt,
oilm mail .lr.m rha
" .,ne .ortn corrttr of lha Court
I nrnvt ....(. i" e . ,n.e "l01 ,D
r---- htc ucen aeircteu wit
T Pt aM attrv
t him irr a ik iA.: m a. ,, ...
. l .. . J".' - H
a -"..v vi iriTJanaT innniei sirtt i. is
I Calculate! thm ihm
777 7 'uuximion. o 1 ravcUers
KZT'r'. "w-ned to which, there is
"7. G?0(, "l Book Store,
T .1 . .
wna msv d ease tn rTI 1..
render their stay con.fort.ble and pleasinjr.
yaHtbury, Seit f I8i7 tf2
- fi -TiF.V-'tST'l'trJiai reHwjted&oBktha-
it lor.mr,Jr 0wn(1 hy Capt.
... " m t , sbsj
"WKt, iecu to houw ,Mle,
tjrrcrZZ' - '. " runtr in 'he rait end
IW.tin.afl l. S.f. I. . 1 ... .
fd V 11. L "!!T . con.,""ic r.fr.
.""?rr".'' '"n Ms fnrnds and
IIIC DUDIIC In. Iia t r
W hi and he solicits the cot.tin1nry.1r
"it- . ""Pinion 10 111
r u upon mm. tf'VK
State, -.. WHITF1, 1
DUCT; 4M iti I -
Jfdicin.- ..id urlft l,1..Tr
citizens of Salisbury and Hi vicinity.
He expects very soon tn receive
supply of fresh JIKflfT
fully 'aelccted by himselff nd hopes, by sfen-
tention, to mt rit a share of public patronage.
Sahibury, .lulu 1828. - 3128
KltmF.RKc BOWERS rrpect.
fully inform the citiieni of
Salisbury and i's vicinity, that they
Butchering Bus'mes$ ;
and will ofler DF.EF at the Market-House in
?afibury, on TnmUiy, Tkurtday, uni Saturday
mornings in each week, the balance of the sea-
eon : their Heel is a gooo as can oe procurea
from the mountains ; and will be sold st the fol
lowing prioea 1
3 crntt pr lb. lor tore-ijuarler j
3 cents M for hind-quarter 1 or
4 cent " for choice pieces, without
neck or -lank.
We invite the public to call and aee'fbr them
selves; and if they find the Bef satisfactory,
we solicit their patronage, and pledge our beat
exertions to deserve it. KRIDtlt & BOWERS.
fialiiinrji, AuptA 4, 1828. 7 28 -
N. D. A first rate yoke of steers fur sale ; in
quire as above. . & H.
Vottcfc to Tanntts..
riHE anbscriber olTer. for sale,
J - the vsluabK. property in the
wfi ol Charlotte, lately belonging
Vir: Allen Maldtrin. 1 his prop
erty nctuifc about 60 town Jott,.on a part -of
. 1 . ... 1..-.1... f
wiucu areiinproTciuciin. v.ut;
nerv. including all the necraeary buildings, lie.
nd a patent Uark-Mill 1 also, a goori o eiiinp-
houi-e, with tho necessary out-hoUact; "Thelttn J
in all under cultivation, and well fenced. Any
person iahine t. purchase, can learn the termi
by calling on the subscriber, living in Cabarru
Smith, hvmg in Oliarlotte. ....
KUMMU Jvl IV L.., . 1 r..
Cabamit rwnry, May 22, 18V8. 17tf
r pilE valuable Mill and Land
1 formerly the property of o.
-laner, dee'd. are offered for sale
')? the late purehaaert. This land
lira on Ihitchman't creek, 4 milea east of Mocks
ville, adjoining the Giles Mumford tract, snd ia
equal to any land in Ro an county, with a large
proportion of superior mesdow the Mills are
of superior construction, and hare now a Very
good snd increasing run of custom 1 the water
power can very conveniently be made to drive
mv kind of Machinery. For other particulars,
and terms, apply to 1 nomas u. uidos, unc ui
' . . ri.i v. -. " L t . f
the proprietors, on lue premises.
1011 inunni 11. uiuua,
'May a& 1828, MARTIN SANER,
fB.' Another tractr belonginr to Peter Sa-
tver, radjomlng'the: a.bove,rtmriwnr .25 acres,
will be sold in connexion with the above, or ep
aratelyasmay best wit Hit purchaser which
ia likewise first-rate land.
JII19, will be sold, a lot adjoining the town of
Mocksville, containing ten acres 01 iaoa, wiin
good dwelling-house, with oot-housei, and an
excellent garden r this property will be sold
low, on accommodating termi. Apply aa above.
vslftU ot Ca)t. tt. UraVge.
nAVING qualified at November court last,
If administrators on the atat of. C.pt
iHvidCraieCi ! f Rftww .cotintjrdee'd'.we'
, . f.l.k.k;t tn ..'! diMvil. In
ueaire au pcrw.i. jwk' - - - -- .
make payment with as little delay a possible ;
and all persons having claWoa agauwt the estate,
to preaenL tbera, legally attested, wiUiin tlie
time prescribed by act of assembly, otherwise
thia notice win dhsi . wu n.cir 1;.
Smt37 THOS. CRAtliE,
RODT. N. CRAICE.
u?jlS, 1823 , Ailmhircttort.
Watch and Clock Maker and JeweUerir
I . CIIAKLOTTa.K.CLL. :
IT AVE ),t received an rVjraat aBMrtaew
a of. articles in their linei hic- ikrv Jl
and warrant. 1a hr..h. n : : ?Tra' . "
as w ver -)ffftit w ..I. : .1.:.
ieaelrr sf tba Urrar
SVwt rashionable and elrrmiw kinrU s k. ikZa 1-
anv of the N them Cities etrgant Gold a4
Silver Watcht. nt.in Ik.. . 1. a.
few dava, he will receive a very efcTraat aaanr?.
ment of Mi titan ChJm. aIm. .H s;-i- r -.
, "f. , w .Wit, I
ver.Warr, kept eonataidlr oa hand, or aasde to
order on short notice. AU of which will be a4j
Inwer than auch rnrvt. M .... .r. .
before in thii place. t- ssj
The public are resDeetfuM. -.-.?, ..a
and ehrtpnesa, cannot fail of pleasing tliB
All kinds of ITattht AVV. .l - ...
to keep time 1 the ation i. t, doors below (be
court-bouse, on M.i-t rert.
aiffrt. May ?6. 1 8.
bron tr.'icr. To tre .ihn-. . a i.
itMiintrd Mr. Johiil. II.Hit ha
nte wlo re indepte.tin -si cm--. rr.
'h' rf-citiesl'd ti tiak' ii' men ! ra m- atto
hn i Vi l t!i r.rmV'
incut - i k
nee . mn tw eapmlc Ji i
wit. HLirnTUTC. -
Saliehury, 15th JulylK&.
TIF.MAIMNO In the post-office at TVor
1 1 ( l.urcli, Iredell cimnt v. K. C. July KUX
Judkia Rubertanai B.
Calil well MrsJane
Johnson Benjamin '
Ton.linwm IS HIUji H.
I). cort-D, P. M.
State of XoTt CaroVma,
.raniaars rat art.
rOURT of Equity, spring term, 1828.
J auance of a decree of the court of eqiry, I
will rip one to public aale, at the mmriiwmmt ws -Concord,
un the third Monday f OeW wrs
a 7rarf of land b longing tn the Betr U J.wm
Neil, dee'd. King on the atrrs ft CwtdV rrrrk,
adjoining the lands of .Jolin Neil, Rubctt
Waller UcU..Jamea Weiz. and otlatft. ..
tract of land is supposed to eont J owe Lawdnd
and thirty crM,nd k ofeaceCent-oial:.- A --
credit of 12 and If months wifl be ffivew; h4
with atimciaoi aecurity. will be cjturc4 of tbav r
purchaser. - "-"..'..x'...:- " ,'. .;
ALEX. H. McREE..-.aa.e.
July 27A, 18?8. 3t2S
5tfttt ot .NoTt-CaroVinft, .
;-.- aowrccTr - 77"
TI LY 5th.. 1828. A true drampmosi at aj,
bea-t, taken up and entered by Andrew
(.rifltri. in aaid ciMintyi A bay oiare, supp e4 '.
to he 18 ur 19 years old, abW four tVet 7 ar I
incliei tlgliV a tar-iw W faeev wnr Irnwl- saot "
wbitvihirMrfioolder, totae koloker left kww, "
and Wre mane and tail : Which mas nfaed
at gaV-and- ftut-sw my aUayioti ibo raj ":
date above-metiUoned. 3t J7
- t;-ANi)E1SON, Rang-,
Frh Tadhin, ' d rtft. Urwcn eV.
CI I'l'EmoR fourt'oT iJiwffyWfr'lW.s .
17 Jane tlorrison, ft. Heaekiah MTrrnwsiy
petition for divorce. In thia case, it ta onlered
by the court, that pubUcalioo be made for aiXJ
weeess succesaiveiy, m me vr,-,
ihat utilesi the defendant, Hrsek'a Mtwrisoav,
(who it appears to the satisfaction of tbe catwt
; not an inhabitant of ttrii rate.ydo vnakr hi
appearance before the Judge, at tbe oext supe
rior court of law to be held frf tbe eouaty f
Iredell, at the court-bouse in Statesvine, oa the
Jlh Uondav after the 4th Mwid.y in epiewiker
next, and file hit answer, plead to "nair, or de
mur, the petitioner will be heard tsparte, aa4
have judgment pro coofesao. . ,6139...
Teste: JA9. CtMPBELL, CTk.
N011CE.-.Whereas ny wife Fanny, hi W4
mv bed and bord without any jua raaies
theae are therefore to forwara all pevwuns frowa
trusting her on my account, as I am oterwwca
to piV no dctnt sne may oereanrr
Mlf,1828. t27 WM. wilix.
df Utidion county, a
mulatto rovan, who
I J jays her tame,ia Caikarimc, and belongs H
Wlilism oToTIelTerson countf," Ge,fU, Sid"
wu raised in Charleston, S. and told as to
property ofJame Cyn dee'd. Sbe is aboot
5 feet high, rather a dark munatto, hetweew
21 and 22 yaars old, no particrttarwjarkv per.
eeptible on her, more than her fee baa the ap-
pearance t oaing -.somrscea.witw. io
Her owner Is raqoeated to oadie brw ard, pwv ;
property, pay charge, mi4 lakw fcer away, w
otherwise she win oe oean sua a w -recta.'
JOHN -it, THOii A, Av
Ltxing too, June 56A, 1828. 'r,..?T.
JfrjnaWnh at good an MorUBcwt if -
OF MeckWphurjf eouaty. on the itfvt'1.
April, 183, a wejr. wman named JNwy,- V
wKS "la i 'b bfWgv wa-www by tkr washe irf -J,"fiW
ITcri-enrwhO live in DnpHiroowtv, X.C--:- -The
owner it requested to come forward, prove
property, pav charges and fake ber a. a.
JttHN SLOAN. fter(f . . -"
May 12, 1820. ttfj AfetWeJrtffy cmaJfe.