C" 5 f TJ 2 r
SEPTEMBEIt 2, 1828,
We he seen a most tlespica-
tie pimpblet, purporting to be an impartial am!
h!.tnr of the life and services of Major
funeral Andre Jackson which is made up of
.,. mnt baretaceu ana naguous isiaenoous nu
oerversiont of facta. .There W no date nor im
' )'. wint to it. nor any kind of b mark by which to
tetl where it ru printed or who is the tumor,
imnnr all the abandoned ftbricationi against
- Gen. Jackson, with which the country hat been
flooded, this ie the most shameful deception which
ha yet met our eye. , Number of them have
been circulated all over the Union j and the
-jeBpwwoulo wuw BewareBijnEau
serted bv her lover, corammw wuicwr snon
time since; by chewing opium. . The faithless
: who caused this melancholy catastrophe.
Pirlcmi.-i-Pftxr readers will recollect
" that we noticed, last year, the decease Ot fcrflrf
t,ul nf Cuba, while on a visit there for the
benefit of his health, taring -the last winter's
.--..in nf the Lreialahire of Alabama, resolu
tion wss psfsed, for removing, at the expense, of
the ststr, the remains ot tne late iiovemor, mm
riiha to Alabama. This resolution wo viewed
by the relatives and friends of Gov. P. as a sig.
..i mtn'ifrfttit'mn of retnect for the character
pf the deceased but during the recent elec.
tions, the Vesnlutinahtving, the madness of
party, been converted into an electioneering
Jnitruraf nt, and made a handle of to the preju
dice of those who voted for it, the relatives of
the la Gov. bave epme to the determination of
removing hit remains at their private expense.
Republicanism ...I he partisans of the Ad
ministration claim to be the true Republicans....
and insist on it that Messrs. Adams and Rush are
he Republics candidates! Now, to say nothing
uf the antl-repuhlican, aristocratic pHnciplet and
conduct of these gentlemen, it ia sufficient to in.
validate the claim which they set up at republi
cans, to men ion, that they ..were both active
i federalists during the reign of terror .the
taT7eftTwn;Wthetrtheofe the black cock--de;
as an emUemof his littacbtaentto the prin
ciple! of the British hireling Cobbett, snd to
distinguish him. from those persecuted patriots
who were then contemptuously stUed the vxJ
rnr drmtm'tt And nw the people, of the Un.
ion are impudently railed upon to lupprt Messrs.
Adams and Rush as RepubUcam .', We marvel
how men of either party can support such
Battimrt,....,....rt immense meeting of the
friends of Gen. Jackson, was held in the city of
Baltimore on the 5th ult,t upwards of isx Au
tand people assembled. Mr. M'Mahon addres
sed the muhitude"; and a spirited address and
resolutions were adopted, with great unanimity,
in favor of Jackson and Calhoun. Tbe popular
current is setting powerfully in favor of the
Tennessee Farmer, in Maryland i we may rea
aonably count on teven votes for bim in that
XI t have received the first number of the
iifAwi flfiro published In Cheraw, 9. C.
it is every way creditable to the editors, and
must be valuable to the subscribers t but can.
aot,'-we should think, be a profitable concern to
- tbe proprietors .
" Anew sloop of war, called the Bt. Louis,
was launched from the U. 8. ship yard in.Wash.
ington Citn on th 16th u4t She u said to
he a very fine vessel.
Judge Thomas Stuart, of Mr.rfreesboroughk
Jemg preKtd .f hen (as be sajrs) Gen. Jackion
offered Jum a commknon in Burr i "ajmyv denies
having heard the Gen. say anv such thing.
-Sttlhat the kimril Nat. W ill ituns't en 'jr witnert
contradicts him. to nia teeth. Judge Stuart goes
on to stale circumstances which completely ei
eulpate Cen, Jackson from the malevolent
charge of leaguing with Burr.
CartkirnetM A careless lad, in Wuhing'on,
in this state, in shooting at a wood-pecker, hit
ntl killed an M negro man, who happened
nearly in the range of the gun.
Curtjtr Pm$L Rhode Island paper, on
noticing the death of the two lads, one n lr
dell, the other in Lincoln county, from the bite
of Hattle Sntktt, mentioned in erjr paper a few
weeks since, prescribes the following rrmrdy :
" Rub a few drops of the tincture of Cantharides
upon tbe wound till blistered but if deeply
swollen from long standing, the part bitten
should be completely cut wit, snd the wound
(immersed rn warm water) suffered to. bleed
copKKitly then wash it in a dilution of calcinated
sulphate of tine in water. This remedy though
harsh, is enVtual in drawing the poison from
the blood, and preventing it Irom injuring the
Sit in Pki!aJtlpKiu.-0 the night of the 1 1th
alt. one of the city watchmen having rather
rudely obtruded himself into the house of a
peaceable cfUxen vf the Northern LibertiVs o
the city of Philadelphia, and high words and a
scuffle ensuing, tbe watchman sprung hit rattle
which assembled all the other watchmen in the
tlibofhond, and tbe frUaJaaf the CitJiciLbavJ.
mg also assembled, a scene of riot and blood en
oed, such u wu never before witnessed in that
ciiyssrsiWryJswe Some persons were killed,
and a great number moat shockingly bruised and
nfledj'some of the buildings were nearly
demofiihed, and th furniture destroyed t brick,
bits, clubs, end rrsrsss, Were the wespons
usedt tbe riot oontumad for three da vt:1 the
' sherifflssued his proclamatlcii; and moved to the
tcene of (ha mob with tb whole force of Uie
ItuAorrtlS btrittrniablfrfsew the.
outrages, (he military waa called 'out. 'and the
t art eieprrsedrW w eeMs-all accounts,
this disgraceful affair as counterpart of the
Immm JteWaswi, w,st- TbW-wiUaolUU Well Id
the history of a city which claims the credit of
Being the most peaceable and orderly, as it is
the most regularly built and cleanly, town in tbe
Th Columbia Caxette, of the 16th ult. say
iv pUtmtr bit broken out in Cb.rlem.
Tie celebrated frLh barrister. O'Cennel 1st
determined to become a candidate for a "teat in
Parliament, from the county of Clare, to fill the
vacancy occasioned bv Mr. Vetey Fitgerald's
accepting a situation in the Duke of Wellington's
cabinet. Mr. O'Connell being Catholic, there
will be constitutional obstacles in the way of his
taking bis teat in Parliament, as he cannot con-
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scicnuuusiy sate uie necessary pains j om in
other respects he oossesset all the requisite
qualifications, and if he receives a majority of
. -- .1. .1. .' .. I - LI- 1 . - . 1
votes, tne snerin win oe oongeq to return nun
a a member. ' Mr. O'Connell's fame hat spread
far abroad i the announcement of his being a
candidate, has created an extraordinary excite
ment in Dublin i and the astonishment it has
produced in London, is equally great i the eyes
of the whole empire will be turned towards the
county of pare. , , ' ,
AVw.Ceon.-Eight bales of this year's cot.
lotiTwM received in AttCTrron the "15th"u!t.
from the plantation of Cot- FitasiensrasEKw
Mr. Cobb, Senator in Conereu from Georeta.
S candidate for a judgeship in that state, and
of trelgfhW senatorial office
Troup, tt' w saiu. Wul o to1 the senate tn ATTi
Cobh't place, Mr, Crawford, declining to offer,
pniemng q retain mi onice asjoage: :
'AtnmiTim i the' latrstaceounts received
of the election in this state, it it probable the
Jackson candidate for Governor, Doct. I. T,
Canby.lias succeeded.. Gov. -Kay was a can
d:date for re-election j but ai there was a good
deal of equivocation in his conduct, some of the
friends of Jackson started Dr. Canby, while
Others continued to support Rav. Mr. Harbin
II. Moore was the administration candidate
but there was no expectation of his beimr elec
ted, the contest lying between Canby and Ray,
who were ootn voted for as Jackson men.
handsome majority of Jackson members will, it
is expected, be returned to the legislature
We may safely calculate, therefore, that the
Fdedtoraf vote of Indiana will be given tolhe.
people s candidate.
AVnur. All the returns of the elections in
this state, had not come to hand when our paper
went to press i but enough is received to war.
rant us in saying that Gen. Mucalf, the Admin
istratinn candidate, is elected Governor, by
majority of between three and four thousand
majority, over Judge Barry. : We are prepared
to hear hutch exultation from the Adams Dart v.
on this result rnd we are willing they should
indulge, wttniuberantjtifruwtwaa triumph
for re beKeveit wrill b the W joy ful event (in
reference to the Presidency) which will greet
their eart.? The majority for the Administration
candidate is small, much less than any ot the es
timate made, 'preriourto-the election, by his
fnends. Besidea, this election did not turn al
together on the Presidential question: local
divisions influenced the people in their choice
JjKrtwern Barry and Metcalf: tbe former was at
the read ff the New Court parw: anrt great
numbers of Old Court Jackson mm could not be
induced to vote for him i w hile Metcalf occupied
neutral ground, and of course as not affected
by that nutation, tor instance, in Madison, Jes.
samlne, and Boon counties, Metcalf received
majority over Barry of 1072 votes t while the
Old Court candidntes for tbe legislature, were
elected by a majority of 1058 votes. We should
think this would be enough to satisfy any one
that the state is fur Jackson. Kentucky ii safe
for the Hero. ..although we can elect him with
fnvwesd. Thomas Lose, senate; Ninisn
Edmonston. Benjamin S. Brittain, commons,
- State of the poll; Love 199, Col Joseph
Cathev134, for .senate j Edmonston 853, Brit.
tain 577, James R. Love 561. for commons.
Warren. Richard Davis, senate t- William Gu
Jones. Ransom Watker. commons.
State of the noil: Davis 181,' John Hawkins
131. for the senate i Jonrt 493, Walker 3St,
Mai. Thomat J. Green 356, for the commons
State of the poll in Surry : Meshack Franklin
675, P. It. Robert 323 for the seute ; Murdectj
tte'mirig-SSV Alfred C. Moore TQ0,F,.., Hough
684. C.Oftlctby. 667, (two Jast Administration
men) for Uie common?, .. " 7
n'avne. (iabr'.el Sberrard. senate i John W.
Satser. James Rhodes, commons.
J.Wsis. Dvl Thompson, senate j Hinary
Wilder, Josiah O. Watson, commons.
JV;Ainwrrr--William B. Meares, senate
John Kerr, William S. 1-arkins, oommons.
Tu-wn r IViMnrln. John Wslker.
Bladn M. M'lnnis senate i John J. M'Mil
Ian, Alfred Waddell, commons.
'' Baliax. Jesse A. Bynum
iiuli lax Itham Matthews, senste i Rice B
Pirrcc. tieorev E. SDruill, commons.
Mai tin JosrQh J. Williams, senate i David
Latham, Jesse Cooper, commons
Gatrt. Abraham llarrell, senate W. W.
Strdman, Lemuel Kiddtek, commons.
Bntnmiek. Jacob Leonard, senate j Thomas
R. Smith, William L. Hall, commons.
Ws.-K.sdrn M'Uaniel, senate i 0. B. Cexe,
C Jarman, commona.
, Anajr.H. B. Creom, senate i G. Whitfield,
W. n. Kilpatrick, commons.
Carteret. Otway Burns, senate i D; W. Bor
den, S. W. Hellen, commons.
Onlnr E. Ward, senate; F. Foy, E. Wil
reryuiment WilKs Riddick, senste i Daniel
Rogerion, 1 homas Wilson, commons.
Trwn ef Rdentn. James Rotman.
Stare of tbe poll i Boaman 38, Maj. 8. T. Saw
Chwa.-William Walton, senate William
By rum. Jot'ah M'Retl, eommonsr
Tyrre. John B. Beaxley, senste i Daniel
Bateman, Frederick Davenport, commona
Lam Jen. Haywood S. Ueu, sena-e vt inun
WeMrr, Thotwae Doaier. common!.
Wwuii.-John L. Bailey, senate voan
Pool, William Gregory, commons.
rrT From our cwrevpondent who obligingly
favored wa with tlte state of the Doll in KutKer-
fTi we learn that eases Graham, Esq. oae of
the members elect irom thai county, repeaicuiy
declirkdofferingforthe sittiationi but hisfriettda,
not content to be deprived of bit services in the
legislature, resolved, on Meniay pretedinj the
WertiM, in despite of kit refusal, veU tot hqn.
His election, under these ciecuiwstances, must
election, unaer tneae oioMswnwj
and is Uonorabhi to tbe peeple
is uonoraote o toe pevpieoi u iwmi;,h
eviiiaveof the'iMiesersainaliants discouotentocf
tbe too prevalent tysteai of ehcuenetnnf .
ay Y?a committed a typographical error io
giving the erste of the- poll Stokes eoun
ty i trie number of votes received by Mr. 8ho
br, for the fiemte wft M9f imtetd fCf9.
Cwnyfciertii eht? of e"r. testers' ru
Broken up at Jamestown, Cu','.. . I county, week
before last i and most of those believed to be
concerned, were bound over to court. There
was found n them a quantity of counterfeit
United States 10 bills, made payable at the
branch in Mobile, to C. rtousron, or order, but
(unlike the genuine bills) .not indorsed on the
back by him. It is believed tome of these sou.
nous bills are in circulation, and the public would
do well to be on their guard against taking
them. The man whose house these rotrues
made their head-quarters, was alto apprehended,
on suspicion of conniving at tbeir villainy.
l wo men were lately pnrenenaea in this
county, for passing counterfeit Virginia $J bills,
and brought to the jail in thil puce, to await
their trial at October Superior Court,. , A man
on whose evidence the state will rely to convict
these, persona, was also confined In jai for want
of bail, but is now discharged. ,v. r
gold was found if WrKWStf Ki WniTmT
Kpcky River, in Anson tninty, on the 16th ult.
which weighed about thirteen tvndt Trov
weight Mt was dug up iy a very indigent ounr
many wnow portiowy seewu h t tn4etaa n
wiucn toe mines are worxed. will beone-ha r..
sufficient Wseroim Tip fnbaimiext;- if ne nlakfff
i"u .... .
a puuu use oi u. w e are toiu mat a gentiemai)
in a neighboring wunty, offered a dollar a pet
nyweightfor the entire mass i . which, t that
rate, -would hare brought upwards of K3.000,
But, from sohw cause, the offer was not accep
ted i the gold was cut up and hammered ; and at
tbe highest rate at which it it selling, brought
only about 82500!
Alter tbe above wu put in type, Mr. Austin
visited this town, for the purpose of setting his
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uaic.ui iuc juiu, iiu.uiapwsea 01 it ai jj cents
per pennv Weight, lie informs, that a second
lump has been found at the tame mine, weigh,
ing upwards of four pound) t and a third piece,
oi i pennjweignuj uesiuea a considerable
quantity in smaller particles. Th pit where
these hirge lumps were found, bad become venr
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unproductive, and had been nearly abandoned,
wnen tne destitute lad anon mentioned hit up
on the large mass.
The drought it beginning tebe seriously felt
in this region : Com is mostly Madr, and cannot,
of course, be much injured; but reran is suffer
ing.....the crop will fall short of ealiulationi, and
the Maple will be somewhat inftrior to what
waa expected t few weeks since! -
. Gen'.,7ohri Floyd has declihed a lecfioij'U"
Congress frmn Georgia.
roa tss wtsTiaa caaounas. '
Hard is his fate on whom the pu blic gaze
Is fixed, forever to detract or praise ;
Repose denies her requiem to Ji name,
And Fplly loves the martyrdom of Fame.
.. Th? secret enemy whose sleepk s eye
Btahds sentinel accuserliidgt, aiid spy f v
The foe the fool the jealous snd the vain ;
The envious who but breathe in others' pain.
Behold ihe host ! delighting to deprave,
Who track the steps of Glory to, the grave ;
Watch every fault that daring Genius owes
Half to the ardour which its birth bestows,
Distort the truth, accumulate the lie,
And pile the pyramid of Calumny ! B.
305,790 oiar.Thit immense sum
of money has been drswn from the Tiea
sury of the United States, by John Q,.
Adams, and yet he has bad the hardihood
to call the government " weak end penu
rious." For eighteen years Mr. Adams
has been reeeiving the. people's money
at the rate "oT 'forty ' dollari i day --And
yet those -who' support him wish him
still to gorge upon the public purse.
Six Wagon loads oSilver.-mt htt been
taid that John Q- A?sms has. got from
the public treasury of tbe United States,
by faU and (but- means altogether, . as
much at six wagon Joadt of siWer dollsrs i
Let ui see wbetber tbit is true. 305,790
dollars, weighing each one-oence, would
amount- to -19,1 11 pounds,:" Allowing
3000 pounds to each ream, it Would make
six wagon loads, and half a ten over ! It
is a plain calculation; anjl man may
make it for himself. Think bf this when
you go to vote, ye who are' opposed to
high taxes, snd a waste of the public
money Kemembcr shout nine ions or
six wagon loads of silver paid to John Q,
Adams snd yet he is not utiucd
LATEST FROM EUROPE.
Advices to tbe 4th of July, have been received
from England, by way of Quebec,
London. July Isi. French papers state
that the Russian army having crossed
the Danube, has bad several rencontres
with the Turks.
London, July 1. Lord Frsncis Levi ion
Gower and Mr. Henry Hobhouse have
been called to. the Privy Council, the lat
ter, it is said, at .e express desire of His
The Esrl of Westmoreland is appoint
ted Lord Lieutensnt to the County of
Northampton' The Right Hotiorable Lord
Ftuart de Rothesy, G. C.TJ. is" ippointed
Ambassador Litraerdtnary and I lenlpd
tentiary to his Moat Cbiisttan Majesty.
Th e" FlnaQ C e Comtn ittee- h s ve :dete r
mined. bv ma'roritf of one, that the
Sinking Fund, there being no surplus of
revenue, was of no use, sad should be
The Duke oTWeningtoi) had met with an
accident which had nearly uroted fatal 10
htm.-lie was riding in. Cowduit street,
when bit horse fell, snd His Grace's head
came wlthiw a few inches) ot tU wheel
f which was pass ng. fro sen-
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cident, which is the second the Duke has
met wubTstnca he basbeetrrremter.-
Liverpool, July J.-U wss generally
sskt that Parliament would be prorogued
sbburtbed July, and It wis expected
that His Mtjesty would do io b penon.
rjr. t). 17. Harvey h tres:niir.' t it-
tition from 5,O0O.Weavers, praying, that
the protection sfTorded to agriculturist
should be extended to them, said it wst
his intention, in the next Session! to trio ve
for i committee to enquire into the state
of the labouring classes. ' Mr. F. Lewis
said, tbe course the House would have to
pursue next session, would be gradually
to follow, up the principles of free trsde
without prejudice to existing Interests. .
Mexico. B the arrival of the U. S.
schooner Shark, Isaac M'Kaever, Esq.
commander, which tailed from Tampico,
on the 12th July, we have received the
following memorandum t Lvery part of
Mexico was quiet, snd there seemed to be
a general confidence id government. The
Federalsystem wM every where approved
of. NotbinKbad beea heard oCowmo-J
dore Laborde s squadronTnor were they
fesrful of an invasion on the part of the
Spaniards. The pld Spaniards were much
disliked throughout the cotwitry, -. f.rsde
was dull. - iv. r on vm 6th
ifainc.Ytom the 'following.' h would
seem that the Tjatriotio state of. Alainc is
disposed to throw off the shackles of -the
Administration : - oah.'
A Sign.At the celebration of the 4th
of July in the town of Dexter, in Maim-,
there were twelve hundred citizens pre
sent. A vote being taken on the Presi
dential question, there were for Adams
three for Jackson all the rctt.
Shocking SwWr......;.Jolin N. Straton,
Csq. formeily a Delegate from one of the
counties on tbe. Extern Shore, in Virgin
ia, to the Legislature of that State, hung
himself on Saturday, 26th ult i The cause
is not assigned and, on the Saturday fol
lowing. 2nd inst. Hqnry Tazewell, of Nor
folk, his cousin, son ot the Hon. L. W.
Tazewell, shot himself with a pistol, near
the same place, and expired almost in
staniy.v failing to secure the affections
'of a young ladyithe cause assigned for
the commission of the act by the latter.
By the Arkansas Gazette of tbe 16th
inst. we discover that a man named
Millard "" was recently killed near the
hot Springs, in an affray produced by
his havim? shot at some woman. Mil
lard was drunk at the time.
Charles Pratt, Esq. a young gentleman
who had just arrived of age, and had come
into possession of 2 00 ,000 funded, and!
40,000 in landed property, was recently
killed in England by the upsetting of a
phaeton. He was returning from a box
A late Boston paper sayS, seme of the
first characters in the city have taken
Pews in the gallcrie, in some of the new
Churches, for their familiev,in preference
to Pews on the lower foor considering
them more pleasant and agreeable.
Strong Befr. . Jamrs Bier, a laborer,
in Oxford county, Maine, lately lifted
a young heifer, belonging to Mr. Sher
man, over a five rail fence, on a wager.
. .taox TVS SlSiWt Asacs. .
ft irssid wbess a crrlaia great Rsilts ay began,
Johnny Q. first shovelling auute.-- ." ';:
He wsi wrong trrattempt it. for Cray wasthe man :
" He kriost how to deal with the spade? V.
FayettniRe, Angiift 20. Cotton, 8 to 9
Tteef, fresh in market, 3 cents i Bacon, 7 to 8
peach brandy, 50 to 60 ; apple do. 35 to 40 t
flour, 3 a 4ji whiskey, 25 a .10 Uniled
Statet bank notet, 6J to 7 per cent, premium i
Bills on tbe North, 60 days 4 to S per c't. pre.
Charteifn, .he. 2X t'pland cotton 9 J s 1 1
whiskey, 25 to 26 1 bagging, 42 inch, 22 to '24 j
sugar, 8 to 9 1 molasses, 30 to 3 1 cents i
bacon, O 7 Pple brandy, 23 to 28 1 bees
wax. ?Jr cofTee, Uto 17; tijsontes, 100 to 105 t
Jamaica rum, 110 to 115 West India do. 75
o 80 North Carolina bills, 8 to 9 per cent.
dis i Georgia do. U to 1 per cent, ditto.
Remark. The Cotton Market for some weeks
past has been st s stand. We hear of no sales
of (tea Mands'i in Upland, a few lout have been
sold wiihin the range of our ouotations. but the
demand is very limited. Most of the shipments
now making are on account of the owners.
Columbia, S. C. Mguit IJ. Cotton, 8 tolO i
com 40a 43 J i wheat 624 a 871 1 flour 1 s
bacon 7 to 10, hams 12 to 14 1 whiskey 40 to 45 1
salt 75 1 North-Carolina bank bills, J to 4 per
cent discount i Utorgia do. 1 to 2
Camdeti, Aug. 2Jlotton,'ini(Ining't6 tit';
81 to 9 1 fair to good, 9 to !0 1 for very prime,
I0 cents have been paid.
Chemw. Ave. 72. Cotton, none in marTteTT
bacon. 7 to 8 1 flour. R4 per barrel i com, 31
rwrh brandv 40 io 45 1 apple do. 30 to 34 1
whisker 30 1 beet 3 to 4( butter 12 to 15 1
taTtow, 8 i coffee, 17 to 19 sugar, 10 to 12
flu-seed, 70. -
Jsew-JV. 'Jul. tt.-Cotton, upUad, 9J to
1U eetton bsgging. hemp 20 to 21, flax 16 to
18i bides. 11 to 17 1 North Carolina bank bills
10 cr era. disowuUt S. Carolina do. 3 Tx
Hnii 1 r tJeorgia V except Uarien, which are
PeKure. Amnut 19 Cotton, 9 Io 11 to-
baeesv ga ift aJTJ -refuted. 1 1 4.S?U,oofi
1 j a g3 1 bacon, 6 a i ura, o a j appie
brandy, 34 a 35 1 peach 45 a 74eenU..-North
Carorinn bank bills. 8 to 9 per ernt. discount i
Georgia bills. 21 a 3 t South Colir.i liV
' 3 to 21 r cent. AtsccaHt.
A short time Since, at MasonsviUe, York dis
trict, 8. C. Capt Win. Mason, pott-master at
that place- '
-i Departed this life on Wednesday, the 2
day of July hut, Mrs. F.ht,i Ji. Jenmngi, eon
tort of Hiram Jennings, Esq., of Anton county,
after an illness of several months, which b .
bore with patient resignation, Mrs. Jennings,
wu in the 24tb year.of her age, and left behind
her disconsolate husband and two small in
fonts. . , . " Carolina Obterver.
TO THE PUIiLW.
COWAN & REEVES
HAVE just received, from- New-York and
Philadelphia, at their Store at Wood
Grove, Rowan county, twelve miles west of Sa
lihury, a general assortme ntof fresh '
Dry Goods. Cutleru. -
yHardTvarfi-' Groceries (ct
tow for CASH or COTTOJTi or on a shont f
credit to punctual customers. As they will re
plenish their stock at short intervals, from tba . -,
Northe ramarkets, and keep the newest and '""'"
MaatM intJtiogJU)eCinda.ajn -
In rail Af1Mn. mnA liiftop lnrthmMlfl. '
UOWAS fit RF.fcVES. " - -. ""
Coacli Making Itasiness
' ..HARRIS- SPEARS N .' ;
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of the)
Town of .Salisbury, and the surrounding ,
country, that they have commenced the
Coach, Gfrand Stage Making, :
Business, in said town, in the Shop on Main
street, east of the Court House, lately occupied ,
by Mr. Lander, and formerly by Mr. Pearsons
where they are prepared to execute all kinds of
work in their line of business.
Carriage, Pannet fc? Stick Gigs,
Mall Stages, Jertey IVagons, &c,
will be msde according to order, and on tbe
Every description of ..Repairing, done on tba
shortest notice. . '
Orders for any kind of work in their line of
business, from a distance, will be promptly xe.
cuted, according to directions.
The subscribers respectfully solicit a share of
the public patronage, with a hope that, they will
be able to merit it by their assiduous attentiodt "
to business; the style of their workand tbe reaV-
sonasienese w loar pneea.-
HARRI9 fk 4PEAR9. -
Satiibury, Sept. 1st, 1828. 3t32
Bead Quarter 63d RegnV. K C. MiliHa,
Salitbury, Sept. Ut, 1828. V
THE ofTicers, non-commissioned officers and
privates, composing the 1st Rowan (or 6M
fJlate) rtejriment of N. C. Militia, are ordered tv
appear la die town lit SaTiibury,' onetftisdliji
the 2Z1 day if October next, at 10 o'clock a. at.
armed and equipped, as the law directs, for
regimental muster snd review. It is strictly en
joined on officers to Sppesr completely eqipPJ,
or the law will be enforced against them.
The commissioned officers are ordered to ap
pear at the same place, at 9 o'clock a. a. on Tue
day, the 21st, with fire-arms, fur drill.
EDWARD YAHBUO, L'$l CtmOI.
Sept. lit, 1828. 7t3A
Host ot MaAtvt
rilHE certificate of two shares in tbe Capital
JL - Stock of tbe.State..Baiik, ,of North Caro
linn t for the renewal of which, application wul
be madr to the Directory of said Bank at tba
appropriate "lime. JNU.JL, HENDERSON."'
Anwvit 30th, tola. - - 30 : .
'rroVtfer & AiunUngtoii,
Watch and Clock Maker i and Jewellers
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
nAVE just received an elegant atsortmete
of articles in their fine .which they wilt
sell very low for cash, or to punctual customers
on a credit. -OT A II kinds of Watches tepaireu
and warranted to perfbrni"Wni-v-"-----''-'-"--'-'.,"'-j
- Jul 34 1828. - T."' 23
Vftuabe 'Wood liand, and
bouse (f Lot. -
fpllR rubsrriber oilers for sale the following'.
I propeHv, via : a rori of land containing'
236 acres, adjoining the land of Benjamin How
ard, Mrs. H. Troy and others, sboot 5 mile
north-west of Saliaburv. The whole tract ks
Wtoilland, well adapted to the growth of cotton
and all kind of grain, having a handtoaM sitsv
for a house, near an excellent spring.
Also, a Ut, on the n.ain street of Salisbury, mj
which are a good Dwelling-house, and oaU
bouses, all in good repair, and a good girdeo.
ShouV the subscriber be unable to sell his
lot, he will rent on good terns. .For tenni
spply to WILLIAM HOWARD.
SaUibury, Aug. tith, 1828. 4t32
IOR ule, mkoletaU and retail, rvw CerrweT,
Number 6 to IS, inclusive, at the Factory
prices, from Fayettcville. Apply to
Saliihvn.JHa 5. 1828. 141
A FILL supplv of the above srticle, is jut
received and for sale at reduced pricee by
C. WILLEY Is Co. -
SuKiburjt JugvH )9fVj828. 633
DBIVLVO TO FAYF.TTETILLE,
WJ ILL find it to their advantage, to stop at
lJ-TXit-rrAOOXTAttn, where every
venirnce is provided for Man and Horse, to saaka
them oomfrtattlc, at the moderate charge of 15
cents a day and night, for the privilege tt th
Yard, the use of a good house, Are, water, and
slirhcr. Attached to tbe Yard, are a Grocery .
and Proviwon Store, BreM Shop and Con fee
tienary, aud a House for Boarders and Lodgers,
in a plain, cheap, wholesome and comfort
able style. - 09
. Fayttuuilk, lot April, 1,823. . ..
RKSPtUI t t l.Ll request ail persoM in
debted to him, to come forwsrd and meJta
'ptynteht iTsndtto Uv'mg ekiaasgalastfcsm,
will be paid on application at kit Dying Estab
lishment in Pafiury, three doors east of th
coirt-bouse, as his stsy In tbe place swy he sbcU
- .rji i:.",rX!7t. - n 1 ' '.