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SALISBURY,' N. C...TUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1828.
VOL. IX.;.,...NO. 432.
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Si i. t IM Wfm CSrMtatwtev Sw w4
t1M w-n -- . - -
a ITtllBesibcihT.ha teHvufcoitt tn
f ! X house formerly owned bj Ctpt,
' Atrf If srhr, dee'd. to the taint lately
bf thetnwiu where he will eontiniM Ms TAT
rffJV. He sincerely rhankt hit friends and
nublio fof the Mtronnre heretofore 'exten
tedto hint and he o!icit the continuance of
their favors. r r-r--
He pledgee hie uttreroittinff tfteirtion to hit
tthiied to ail upon mm. r' 17
r?. "AVHITFIELP KERR.
. mniS eleeart ettablUhment, tituated
mJLJbwrtkrir.cf. the Cwirt
Houte, bu been recently repaired and
i In i new and luperior ttyle, tor the re-
. cepuon r Company. inefreateM.puiTc
been taken to procure Tor ttiit otablUhaumt
new fumiture of eery rtetcription, neceisary
for the comfort of Traveller. the moit ap-
nroved trrvantt htve been tekcted with gnf.
care i the bar ttocked with choice liquor, and
tattle attended by obhginjf and. attentive
bottler.- The- convenience of tliit aituatktn U
eatial to any In the place. The houte contaiut
a nuoiber of private room, and ouMioutea, well
tfculftted ibr the accommodation of Tmvellert
"and BwrderaS: ittiMiheil- ta hU;h; thertCki
,JDry Coodl and Boot store.
" T6Jthoe who may pleate to effonVinW''ne
atfiiret them that ho paint will be tnarei! to
tender tbetr ttay comfortable and nlrasine;.
' EZRA ALLEMONG.
SaMuryiSrfit. 7i 1827. 82
Xotlee to TanntTs.
npilC iubscriber cfler. for tale,
1 X the' valuable property tn' the
av ... x . - .
town ol Charlotte, lately belonging
to Mr. Allen Baldwin, t his prop-
erty include about 60 town lott, on a part of
which are improvement, vu: A valuable Tun-
awry, includinf all tbe necettary bu'idings, &c
and a patent Bark-Mill t alto, a rood dwelling.
house, with the necessary out-houaea. The kind
it all under cultivation, and well fenced. Any
person wishing to purchase, can learn the terms
by calling on tbe subscriber, living in Cabarrus
county, on Buffalo creek t or on Mr. William
Smith, Bring In Charlotte.
- -, KOBERT. MKENZIE.
Caiarrut NNtly, May 73,1838. 17lf
JSUUs am Laniis.
HR valuable MiUt and land
lurmerly tbe property of Geo.
aner,' dee'd, are oflercd for tale
by the late purchasers. This land
lies on Utitrhman'i creek. 4 miWe east of Mock.
till, adjoining tbe G ilea ktumfurd tract, and it
equal to any land in Hon an county, with a large
proportion of wiperUr j&cado j the Uitta sre
of superior construction, and have now a very
goou ana increasing run ot custom i the Water,
power can very conveniently be made to drive
artv kind of Machinery. Pur other nartieuUra.
and terms, apply to- Thomas D.- Gibbt, one-
.tbe proprietors, un tbe premises.
16if . ... THOU AS D. cmoa.
40S tMU HAM ES, -h
.Tisy tU, 1823. . MARTIN SANER,
N. B. Another tract, belonging to Peter fta
Her, adjoining tbe above, containing 325 aeret,
will be told in eonntiion with the above, or sep
arately at may best suit the purchaser j which
Is likewise first rate land.
Jh will be sold, a lot adj ilning the town of
Hocks Me, Containing ten acres of land, with
good dwelling-house, with out-hooses, and an
eiccllcnt garden t this properly will be sold
won accommo.uti.tg terms. Apply t above.
f V ME Races over the SsJi.
1 1. - bury Tnrt, will com.
snence on Thuradav. the 50th
October, and continue three
first day i two mile beats, tree for any borsc.
mare, or geMmgi
teeowd dayi mile beats, free for any tbing
Ocept tbe winning horse of preceding day i
Third day i county purse, thrro best in five,
free (w any horse, mate, or gelding, rsiieJ and
nwaed m the county of Ros so.
1IT. CILE5, Wy.
Pannel Gig, hiu! Jersey AVugon.
ne! Gig and Jersey
Vt agon i they wUI he dia
1 mt nit lwaftm.ht
. r - Apriry tt tbe subscribt r d ad gig
""dacterv, one door east of tbe jsil, on Main
-w, .fcgwM iiA, ii8. n
Yuafe Wood and, &n
T Mouse a LOT.
"I twwsonUr wOWra foe ami tU following
' property, vii i a frwrf Um4 eontaining
,J acres, sdjoM ng tbe bad of Benjamin Ucr.
vd, tin. H. Troy and ethc re, about J r.lWl
wrth.wet of Santbunr. Tbe wble tract it
wrn veil edaprcd to the growth of cotton
d kll kinds of grain, having a bendsome ail
we a kowse, nenr en eteeOeni spring.
Also, K m tbe aaain strettof baEsbury.on
kick are good DweUing4ionart and out
. rd repair, and good garden.
fc.Tm,,k he unable to sell bit
W. be wiB rent on gwod teresa. Tor terms
W VtlLUAU HOWARD.
THE subscriber hss inst returned from the
Mortb, with M good an assortment of
JcWry, tVitchis; Sibtt-Ware, '&e
Fit waa erer. tgHSjtur tt)? t thie nlaeo t Wf
i .i i i
n w n iBiTrmporiiion ani ine
niost Miwnaoleind elepnt TiiniU lobe had in
ivtrmfrknrvttr ii, t fcc Jic., And in a
few dtva, he will receive a very elegant anort.
mcnt or JIMrary CeaditAlao, all kinda of SiU
wrr-If orr, kept- constantly liaad, or made to
order on tftotf notice. An of which will be told
lower than roch good were ever disposed of
oeiore hi iw p
eMmine'tiiiete goodnt' tlif Ir teh'weas; ew-ganctir
ami cheapness, cannot fail of pleasing those who
wish to bov. . '
All kinds of rTafcAes Uepnirrd, and warranted
to keep time ; the shop is two doors below the
cotirt-botise, on Msin-street. '
TJtotttit & fturittnston.
IVatsh and Clock Makm and Jewellers,
CI I ARLOTTE, N. C.
HAVE just received tn elegant assortment
of articles In thir riiei which thev will
tell very low fur cash, or to punctual customers
un a credit. (Lj All kinds ot vyatchet repaired.
and warranted to perform well,
aft 54 1828. 22
ViStatft of Cant. . ijTnge.
TfAVING qualified at November court Utt,
11 as administrators on the esUte of Capt
David Craige, late of Howan countv, dee'd. we
I desire all perwis indibtrd tn said deceased, to
f-.T).ilte-pavment wHtb ar little delay :Vt possible
W u pewona navjiis ciwmi aKaaiiUJuejf.iaiCji
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to present them. If tall v attested, within the
time prescribed by set of assembly, otherwise
this notice will plesd in bar of their recovery.
3mt37 THOS. CHAICK.
- - BOB r. N. CRMGR.
Jul 15.1828: vffiwmtfrwfsr
riTllF! subscriber nn rlfullv inform! th rit
I iteni of ilisbutT, iind the surrotinifing
country, that he lia t-slsblished a Bnk Bindery
in said town, on atam Street, a few doors south
of the Court-Hoitse i where he will be thankful
to receive anv kind of work in his line of business.
From a number of vears etperience. in Europe
and America, he feels confident of brin able to
give entire satisfaction to all those who msy fa
vor him with any description of JlinJinj.
Blank Botki made to order, after any pattern
famished, on short notice, and at prices which
no one can complain of.
Old Bn.ki IttbauniL, either plain or ornamen
tal, on the moat tmoderte terms. All orders
from a distance, faithfully attended to. The pat
ronage of the public-i rcpectfu'.lv solicited, by
their obt tervt JOHN H, DE CARTERET.'
Sahtbvrj, Afnit Wth, 1827. ' 2
UommUUtV to Uc Ja
fY Wilket county, k negro Boy, who says his
Jr-name- it niLIi helonfit to EtekirTTroi
man, of Alabama, and ran way. below Fsyettr
ville. lie is 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, wrl
made, rsiber Hgbt complected, between 22 and
2i years old i no psrtk-ular marks perceptible
on him. (lit owner tt requested to prove
property, pay charges, snd take hun awar.
N. B. Since the above was published, the
fellow- wis bis name it JlanirL and that be be
Jongs tn ilfiam Howel, of Richmond county,
r-r- CHARLES PHELPS JaiUr.
mitrtif'.JHat JO, 1828. 19
DommVtteA to 3a
TN Sshsliury. N. (;. on the otb ins s negro
1 man, who sats hit name is .Mn. that be ran
awsv frum his masicr, John Fffrs about two
weeks since, in Columbia 8. C. t tajw he former
ly bclonired to the estate of Gen. Nst. Curdle,
rif Sussr county, Virg. i he is about 6 fret high,
33 yrsrs out. etraight built, black complected,
with a small scar above the right eve. The
owner it desired to prove property, paw charges.
and take him way. F. SLA 1 EK, ShJ.
Sept. 84, 1S2S. 31
)r.VC TO FATKlTEriLLr,
WILL 6ml it tn their advantage, to stop at
the IrVTGttV TJHIK where every eon
vtnierwe i provivlc! fur Man and Horse, to make
them conif'irtaMe, at the moderate charge of 23
cents a day ami night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the use of a good limine, fire, water, snd
shelter. Attached to the Ya-d, are a (irocery
and Provition Store, tlrrad Shop ami Confec
tionary, and s House for Boarders snd Lodger,
in a plain, cheap, wholesome and comfort,
able siyle. 09
-tioumUt& tolftst Ja
Or Mecklenburg county, on the 22d day ot
April. 18.8, a nrrre wsssun named Jon,
bo tait the belongs to a man by the name of
John Herren. who lives In Duplin county, N. C.
TbaJarcqacf dto enme forwswl. prove
property, pay cbarges and take ber aay.
JOHN 8 LOAN, asnr
Jsfos-12, 1828. I34if .wHrry wmiy.
JW dWters 61 Krml. X C. MiStia,
milE otTicen. noncommissioned cEoert tnd
X priTmtrs.T'rTimr'tnglbe I st Rpwtn (r tJd
Stats) Rrghnent of K. C MS('m, are wedefwd to
tppesr In the town of Sslitbury, on U'eWWesday,
arnted in. I crpnppcd, at tbe Jaw directs, for
Mibftl.l whim .mtK fl mi alpirltir mm.
Joined on officers to appear eocnpletely rpu fttJ,
or tbe bw will be enforced against them.
Tbe commissioned e Beers are ordered to ap
pear at tbe same place, at 9 o'clock .. Tues
day, tne zist, wun nrc-arms, ror uniu
- ' CUWARU TAaOiKU, est. L ".
.T4v. he, 18W8. "C
nnftfir Stotts' Slates,
7eied at the Firtt Se$aon tht Kith Cmfftu
no. ivn. - ;
An Act making appropriations tRarfy intof.
: " ' feet certain Indian TiWtie. V .
rtfireentattve of the Unitef Statei tf
iuiiuwiu iuihi oe eppropnaicu, 10 uc peiq
out of.atiy money- in the Treasury not
otherwise epprofrriatedf for .4he-obecti
follriwinf', trig r----,.:,.,..jl1 .t
i- or tne payment of the sum stipulated
jflfi h of August, one thoassnd. eif; jit jhun:
dred end twenty.sit, with the Chippewt
tribe of Indians, one thousand dollars ; for
paving the annuity and providing the
means of education, stipulated by the
third article of the treaty with the Pata-
teenth of October, one thousand eight
hundred and twenty-six, four thousand
dollars ; for supporting blacksmith and
miller,. and also for furnishing one hun
dred arid sixty bushels of salt, in conformi
ty with the aforesaid article, one thoustnd
five hundred and twenty dollars) for the
payment of the annuity stipulated bv tbe
fourth article of the treaty with the Miami
tribe of- Indians, made the twenty-third
day tjf October, one thousand eight hun
dred and twenty-six, for the year one
thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight,
thirty thousand dollars for the delivery
of t wo t houtand poundi of iron, on thou:
the said fourth article of .the said treaty,
one thousand one hundred dollars ; for
the support of the poor jinrl infirm, and
the education of the youth of the said tribe
ol Indians, under the slxth artPcle of the
said treaty, two thousand dollars; for car
i vinj; Into enect the trestw with the Creek
Nsiton of Indians, concluded the fifteenth
)f November, one thousand eipht hundretl
and twenty seven, Sly-sercn thousand
four hundred and twenty-nine dollars; to
the Thornton party of Miami Indians, by
virtue of the second article of a treaty
made with them on the eleventh of Fe
bruary, one thousand eight hundred and
twenty eiht, at the Wyandot village, for
goods delivered, and to be delivered, as
provided lor by the second article of the
said treaty! ten thousirld dollars ; for
building twelve houses, clearing and fen
cing forty acrea of land, for furnishing
wagon, oxen, labourers, provisions, hor
ses, and saddles, and bridles, at stipulated
for by tame article of laid treaty, five
thOua.pd four- hundred and tghty five
dotlais ; for payment of "money and goods
tol'eter Langtois, at stipulated for by the
third article of aaid treaty, four thousand
dollars ; for the following sums and ob
jects, being necessary to carry Into edtel
the treaty concluded on tbe sixth day of
M.v, one thoustnd eight hundred and
twenty right, i between the-United States
and the Cherokee Nation of Indians, est
of ihe Misiissippi i in consideration of tht
inconvenience and trouble of removing,
as provided for tn the fifth article of said
treaty, fifty thousand dollar for spolia
tions committed on them, as provided in
the same article, eight thousand seven
hundred and sixty dollars ; for the use of
Thomas Gravet, same article, one thou
sand two hundred dollars; for tbe use
nf George Guess, tame article, five hun
dred dollars ; for two (houtand dollars,
lor en years, for the education of their
children, same article twenty thoustnd
dollars ; towards tbe purchase of a prin
ting press and types, same ankle, one
tbouMnd dollars; for the compensation
proposed to be paid to emigrating Chero-
kers from within tbe chartered limits of
Georgia, for the year one thousand eight
hundred and twenty eight, upon the sup
position that five hundred rosy emigrate
within the yetr, that is to sty : (or Rifles,
six thoustnd two hundred and fifty dot
lart ; for five hundred blankets, two thou
sand five hundred dollars ; for five hun
dred kettles, one thousand dollars; for
two thousand five hundred, pounds of to-
batco, two hundred and fifty dollars ; for
property that may be abandoned, upon the
estimate that of the five hundred, one
hundred may be heads of families, and
have property worth twenty dollar, etch,
two thousand dolltrt tor cost of emigra
tion of five hundred, at tea dollars each,
five thousand dollars ; for provisions fur
a year, fifteen thousand dollars; for ten
dollars for each emigrant, as provided for
by the eighth article of the aforesaid trea
ty, five thousand dollars ; for Captain John
Roger as provided 4o by tht tenth arti
cle; five hundred doHara; for -expense in
part of running the boundary line, as
provdled for bf the 'third article, two
Speaker of tbe House of ItepreeenUtives
J. C CALHOUN.
Vice President of the United States, and
President of the leeatt.
join qvlnct aim id.
An Act making appropriations for the purchase
;v ot doom, and tor other purposes.
.' BE it rnaejedjyj!u4natran(l AeuteV
nfifttentativet of (he United Statei of
America in Cortgrtu uuemtttd That the
sum. "ci ove thousand rJollars beKsnd the
Same hereby is appropriated, to be paid
oTPerwisT applprTaTed, fortherardirie
of JJooks for the Library of Congress.
,Secv2, Jind belt hrxfiernacted, That
the Librarian of Congress be authorized
to employ an' assistant, who shall receive
dollafs, .commeDcing wAlarch fourth, one
thousand eight hundred and ' t wnt j-seViSi"
to. be paid out of any money in the I rca
suvy, not otherwise appropriated. i
Approved: 24 May, 1828. :
0. UX. . '
Alt' Acr'tuppTemhfary Coal '"'act. entitled M An
act providing for the correction of errors in
making entries of lands kt the Land Offices,"
passed March third, one thousand eight bun-
area anc nineteen.
BR it enacted 6y the tenate and houte
of reiretenlattvet of the United States of
America in congress assembled, That the
provisions of the act entitled "An art
providing for the correction of errors in
making entries of lands at the Land Offi
ces," approved March third, one thousand
eight hundred and nineteen, are hereby
declared to extend to rases where patents
hate issued, or shall hereafter issue:
upon Rendition that the party concerned
thill turreodtrihu cOe r patent , o tjie
with a relinquishment of title thereon,
executed in a form tn be prescribed by
the Secretary of the Treasury.
Approved r 34 Hay. 1828.
" 90. CI. "7
An Act to enable the President of the United
States to hold a Treaty with tbe Chippewas,
-- Ottawat, Pattawattimas, Winnebagoes, Fox
and Sacs nstionf of Indiana.
BE it enacted Su the senate and house of
representatives of the United States of
America in cungrrti assembled, That the
sum of fifteen thousand dollars be, and tbe
same i hereby appropriated, to defray
the expenses of treating with the Chip
pewas, Ottawas, Pattawatimas, Winneba
goes, Fox and Sacs, nations of Indians,
for the purpose of extinguishing their
titles to lands within the State of Illinois
and the Territory of Michigan, situated
between the lUinuis .river and the Lead
Mines on Fever river, and in the vicinity
of aaid Lead Mines, and, also, certain re
servaiiohs on the $outh East border of
Lake Michigan ; and that the President
of the Unite d States, if he shall deem It
expedient, may apply a part of the afore-
siid. appropriation, for the purpose-of
holding a i reaty with tbe Choctaw na
tion of Indians, to extinguish their tide to
the trtci of land, which lies in the Terri-
t ft I . a nr
tory ol Arkansas, east ol the western
Boundary Uoe-ot-said Tarxiiy : the aaid
sum to be paid out of any money in tbe
Treasury not otherwise appropiialed..
" Sitri".1nd be Ufarthtr Mecrrrfr Thtt;
for the purpose of negotiating said Treaty
on the part of the United States, the
President shall be, and he it hereby, au
thorized to appoint Commissioners, by
snd with the advice and consent of the
Senate, at soon as practicable, and lo fix
their compensation, so as not to exceed
what has been heretofore allowed for like
Apprwfd: 24 Wsy, 1 828.
An Act making sa appropriation for tbe sup
pression of the Slave Trsde.
fiF. it enacted by the senate and house ol
representatives of the United States of
America in congress assembled. That the
sum of thirty thousand dollars be, and the
tame it hereby, appropriated, for tbe tup-
pression of the Slave Trade, pursuant to
the act of Congress of the third day of
March, one thousand eitfnt hundred and
Sec. 3. -ind be it further enacted, Thst
the Secretary of tbe Navy be authorized
to pay, out of the sum hereto appropria
ted, the claim of the Administrator of the
estate of Taliaferro Livingston, late Uni
ted Slates Marshal for the District of
Alabima, for the maintenance of tundry
Africacs, captured in one thousand eight
hundred mhI igi.f ai . I'toviied, Iht
said Administrator shall produce satlslac
lory evidence of tbe reasonableness of tbe
charges for the aaid maintenance; and
that the sums received by ike said Liv
ingston for the hire cf the said Alricans,
and for the labour performed for r.im by
saM Africans, if any, be accounted 1 for,
. . . . - -
Apprond- 34 May. 1828. ' ' ' "
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An Act to authoriae the Poatmasttr Central to
erect an additional building, and employ 8 re
lit it sniffed by Ike senate nd house
of representatives of the United States of
America in congress assembled, Tbat the
rastrmsterOencriite uuhort1d to have
erected ah additional building for the use
of the Department of the General Post
Office, and of the Patent Office i and that
neblsfrtttf herseMomp!o) .
ditionsl C'if r'o wit h a salary of one thou1" t
sand dollars ecV-""r- '-..''
the sum of twelve thousand dollars be . ;
the iforestnt wiKurffda'wow
five thousand dollart td pay Uie wlarie.:'
sny money iji the Tressttr not cKherwuft
An Act allowing cdmpensatiorl to the MeiDDefjt
or the Legislature of the Territory of Arluuv
sti, and for other purposes. -
BE it enacted by the senate and house
gj representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That theta
shall be paid to each member of the ' two
branches of the Legislature of the Terri
tory of Arkansas three dollars e day for
each day he thill actually attend the eel
sibn thereof; and, also three dollars for
every twenty-five miles travel, in ' going
to and returning from such session ; to be
computed by the actual distance froni
the place where sucb member resides, to
tbe place where the session of tbe Legis
lature shall be held? which said dietance)
thall be distinctly certified tor by the
Governor of said Territory- i Provided
however, That no member Shall beN enti
for-daify -ettendancv, for ..iiiore than' ihlitjr "
days tn-e very two yerst or for going to
and returning from said Legislature, mote
than once in said two years
Sec. 2. And be tt further enatted, Thlt
there shall be pitcF, once" two j-earsj."
seven hundred and Twent dollari, to the
Governor of said Territory, to be applied
towards defraying the incidental expense
of the Legislature, in such manner as the
said Legislature shall direct.
Sec 3. And be it further enacted, Thst
there be, and is hereby, appropriated, out
of any moneys not otherwise approprla
ted, the sum of 'four hundred and eighty
dollars, to tbe District Judge of tbe Stats)
of Missouri, and to each of (be Judges of
the superior Lourt for the Terrrpry of
Arkansas, for their extra services of Land
Commissioners, from the twenty sixth
day of May, eighteen hundred and twen
ty eight, to the thirty-first dsy of Decem
ber next. ' ,
Sec 4. And be it further enacted, Thst
for the contingent expenses of the Senates
for the year eighteen: hundred end twen
ty eight, io addition lo the sum heretofore
appropriated, the sum of fifteen thousand -dollars
be, and the same hereby is appro
priated, to be paid out of any unappropri
ated money in the Treasury. 1
.Approved! ?4th May. 18J8.
An Act to provide or. .opening and. -making t
Military ItoaJ. in t!ic State of Maine.
TiK it tnacted by the tenate and houses
IreArtsentqtive tkeVnited:Sfal(t if -
America in tongress aembied, - That the - "
President of the United States be, and h
is hereby, authorized, to cause Military -Road
lobe opened and made, in the Stats)'
Maine, from the mouth of the river Mala
mwcook, where it enters in'o the Fenob
scot river, to Msrs Hill, near the North
eastern boundary line of the State ef
Sec. 2. And be it further enatted. That
the President be, end be is hereby, tit
tborixed to employ such pert of tht)
troops of the United Stales as be may think
proper, foe surveying and contlrQclinjj
said road ; and, for (he purpose of Carry
ing into effect the provisions of this set
the sum of fifteen thousand dolltrs bet
tnd the same is hereby, appropriated, tt)
be paid out of any money in the Treasury .
not otherwise appropriated.
ao. sit. ,
An Act making an appropriation for tbe Navy
BE it enacted by the senate and knot f
representatives if the United States ef
America in Ccrgress enemUed, That ths
tun of forty six thoustnd two hundred
tnd seventeen dollars snd fourteen cents
be appropriated out of any money is. the
Trcssury not otherwise appropriated, to
the-? svy Hpsist-esind nodi it
Secretary of the Treasury.be directed to
psy the tame to tho Commissioners ef
the aforeuid fund, upon their requUitioo.
Approved t 84 Slav,
Ae Act la increaae tht pay of iieutenanta in th .
" BE it enacted by the s'rnatt mnd houte -represenlattves
oftU United' Statir-ff"
America in ttngress atsembled. That, IrotA
and after the patstgs of their act, all UQ- '-'
Kotntt in the Navy of the United States
shall, in addition to the pty eod cmolux
mtott now allowed them by law, retsiv o
ten dollars per muolb, and bne ritJQ fpTT
.(jrovrl ; 5t?h WJ y, 1JJ