" j'.i-.,r!.X.:t counts tra Tt.-i, fe.
tent (he government and people there i under
mat spprchens'.on. lest nlirar should visit
V M..illkh liis odious Bolivian con-
!....; hW-h the hnd rc ected. Gen. Lsmar
Si President, with whom the people werei satis
fied, although Bolivar hu yet a Rood many
friends Sr. th country. It ii stnted that Bolivar
bad written to Flores, Hot. of Guyaquil, stating
it to be hit determination to punish the Peru
viana for what he is pleased to call their treach
cry and ingratitude. !n the alarm of gov
ernment, on thii occasion, bodies of troops were
marched to tne iromien oeiwecw i nu w
. i. - . .. .11 rf.,mrori weraciirom:lleiLlo
rbearnWlTnTiaefence of the placet left by the
n,mf. commandant in Uoner
r, i.., i m..hi tm troonito the frontier of
Bolivia, to protect the inhabitants in the election
of rovemmem n ct w vHvn.-y
pelrtbeptamg ;a WPJ?i
" ht ii more Wary tmiw hlwv.KS fob3
Vdl be arrested I hia embltioui owrse, and
- w the Citeofthe mushroom tmperPr lturbide.
. of Mexico.-. :.fl-..r,Vr-rs-,,". .
Hinds,' jacMon ron, iim omi
and but one Adams -candidate mti,terf
earthy and wormy wan, por-eiK i r
Anal popularity than any other Adams, maii'in
Btmai r"r ,,. .' . ' lnUiun.iri
the state t phwi'v -
j the Jackson candidates for Con-
mta have beaten their.' Adams opponents by
!:- rJt tmn nr three tlioiwand votes each t
indeed, they are given up to Jackson by the
Adminirnuion pper. . n - - ' .
..I. ri mmiwin eandor. to look at the
following statement, and say if it be pttubk to
re-elect Mr. Adams?
New-York fconceded to us by Adams papers) 16
Tennessee . i
liftbe above ealeulation, we , ha're. notpMt
down one vote, -but what we believe is certain
for Jacksoni while we have omitted many that
he stands a much better chance of (retting than
Adams does....ueh as Indiana, two or three in
MarylaMl, and ai or eigla in NeW-Yrk,.ying;
nothin(( about Kentucky, Louisiana, ami Dela
ware, claimed by the Adams people, although
they are much less likely to receive them than
-we are. We have been thus liberal, to show
our oDDonents that, in no probable contingency.
can ;hey prevent the people from electing the
of tbeir Own cnoice to rule over tnenw
T!U JJnJr........The excitement about the
Banks, which vu first raised by Robert Potter,
ft GranviHe, baa not spread as far and fiercely
M he doubtless contemplated. In comparatively
but few counties has the excitement been made
handle of, for etectioneerinjf purposes &c.
The hat meeting of tbe people on the subject,
which we have noticed, took place in North
ampton county on the 8th ult t at which it was
resolved that a ftnerai meeting oe neia. to con
aider the propriety of memorialising tle lerula
cure M on the resent deDreased state of our
circulatinc medium, and the faithlenntu of the
banking institutions of the state, by which it has
Jteea caused." . .
- Of all that ha bee said and done about the
SUM7tnagernen ,'of the banks,' ve have bhherto
seen no specific plan proposed far remedytnif
what is caneased on all hands to be a vetatious
evil in the land. In politics as in medicine, eve
fy despicable empiric can tell when tbe body i
4an..-snd they are never backward in rc
cjmHiienriinr this, that, and theothr thing, as
infallible specifics ibut the great object is, to
; nrr the dksrase. which . nontf Of. them eaa .
Now ie'rerard to the "aaaJb fever," with which
St is said mir body-politic is afflicted, we fear
those wh6 are thosl offldorrt tit rrrecribing rem-'
eutea, are not the. most likely to cure the Com
plaint They discourse flippantly, and, as many
of oar honest but JrciWci:iaens believe, lean-
edfy about the cause and nature of the evils un
der which the community are sufferine from the
bad conduct of the bank marujrrri i irvl thus
hoodwink the unsuspecting people into an rm
ployment of them, (u members of the lerii'a
lure) under an erroneous opinion that they can
ml -mill erv thing right, ami bring about
Ortler bmn The plain truth is, that the people
of North Carolina have fullered most rrievotisly
from fnacktryt they have been thctTtd to
oeam, by humtreda, by villainous etnptnes in
medicine i and political degradation and hank
fuptev has been brought wpon them, by no leis
f uuioous pretoulcri m politica.
... ELECTfQy RETURJYM.
CiiftAaH 8tephen Miller, aenateV Tfirfiam
fright, Joseph Gillespie, commom.
IC7 Hyde is now Ihe onlv couMty from
which we bsve not published returns i
tbe want of which alone prevents us gif
ltd so entire list of the members elect.
The North Carolins Christian Almansc
' Is just 'bublisre3, snd may be fid, in any
quantities, of Rev. Williamson Whitehead,
of FayettetUle," or" ReeTMr." Plumer,
Warrtnlon. In the estimation of good
judges, this Almansc is the best that has
cter issued from the press. Wholesale
Brira, n fn. fifty- rnplcs :,84.50 for
x hundred copies t kc.
The Presbytery of Orange will meet io
Warrtnton on the 19th October.
The Synod of Kottb Carolina will
comrnrflee Its annual session in Raleigh,
on Tueada,'4h Not: T o'clock in tjie
if wnTllrl"J 'tm- n-l'WKimilipt.ritaWsearssta
Wnl 7ewjere--.Th JKkvoa.0 vcjie,
of the 1 6th tilt, says I For the last two
weeks the weather baa been quite -pleasant
and we have had severs! refreshing
ahowere. Vegetation Is much revived,
and our prospects of good crops, which
were heretofore so gloomy, are now more
promising. Our citizens throughout tbe
tflstrlcj ri rery healthy.
Of the Roman Catholic Church, will
preach in the Court-House in Salisbury,
on Sunday, the 3 1 it of this month, at
three o'clock in the afternoon.
Salitbury, Scit, lth, 1828.
A meeting of the members of the bar,
in Hillsborough, took place on the fith
Inst., Judge Rnflin in the chair, J. W.
Norwootlfecretafyi-UJthich it was re-
,, in a... .:ffc,r
?r ' r- T V r .
ikvs. lur .nc.r ucccmcu procionai
pcwftcrgrociuaqcfy. , ,
rTfteire taopyrt this
year of sm in wheat t a icorresDoddent
cf the IlUlhorough Recorder rccomrnends
the following method as a preventive j
r-Htteep yout. w
hours In prett Wronu; Ire. ;; . ".
2d: Steep lueftlyv:Joj hours.iraw
changes of pure spring water, stirring it
By carefully Bttending to either of these
rules, there will be little danger in sow
ihg from smutty grain. ' if.
The communication frcm "A
l.ouisian'un," in relation to the Louisiana
election, shall be published in our next:
our columns for this week were filled be
fore it came to hand.
1 1 U suggested in some of the papers,
that notwithstanding the tick imo, Henry
Clay, went to Kentucky to Improve his
health, he will -come back sicker than he
went ; the elections there did nt cjrrr
J1l 1: q g t t -. J!..
"Judfre Robert Trimble diV at his- residence
in Bourbon cxninry, Kemucky, on the 25th ulti
nio, of violent fi'Ver. , .
nri'anti RatlilT Bopn, Esfl j a zealous Jackson
man, has. as far as we hve been sble to ascer
tain, been elected to congress from this stute.
by a majority of 2) vores over Thomas- H. Bfarkr,
the present member. Mr. Blake i a man of
respectable acquirements, a republican in prin
ciple, of ammble manners, and irreproarhable
private character j- but he bad Tent tiimsi If to
the Administraliun, to the aristocracy ; and
promied to link or twim with them ! And ver'k
jy he has been doomed, by his abutted constitu
ents, to link with them .' Mr. Tent, another mem
ber from that state, voted for General Jackion,
in 1824 and Mr. Jennings, the third member
Is also believed to be for Java. What more
would any reasonable man want, to satisfy him
that Indiana will go for the people's camlidate ?
It was reported in last week's papers, that
Governor Ray, of Indiana, on the dav that news
reached him of bis re-election, died, suddenly,
of a billious cholic i but as there ii no confir
mation of the report by Friday's mail, we pre
sume there muil have been some mistake in .the.
Kentucky We have finally rec ived.the ofli-1
oal returns of the election m Kei
nf im ImI1. Kv the mi-ifrrp muil
votes; while Hreathit,the JackJonian,has beaten
the Adams candidate fur Lu Gov ..by J0S7 votes!
Besides, there are Jackson majorities in both
or.nc .es ne upmu . i... ut . tne
dispute aboutthc Electoral sote of Xeutucky. '
andsettlestheeo.eM for the lresyency...,in
fsvorofthe Farmer of Tennessee, bur AJimi
frwmU.jrad better lry-lowii the-weapons of
their oppcsStion'to'the peopUUxhuicr., snd ih-!
receivra w uirs, mrrs jn,..ji, mr um,j
llreathit received .37,541, Underwood 36,454,
lor Lieutenant Governor.
609! oau: Since writing the above, we
have aeen the certificates of the sheriff andi
clerk (the laifra friend of General Metcalf)
of Carroll county, slating that a mistake was
msde in casting up the votes given in that
county : that inttcad of 418, si officially return
ed. Maj. Harry received 518 votes in Cmll :
So that of upwards of 77.000 votes the Adams
man only got the poor, lean majority of 609 ! !
f John Chsmlxrs is elected to Congress
in Kentucky, in place of Thomas Metcalf.
Ifw nf man may ctrrufit n Ihtvtand f
Ma. Wsiivt: You havae seen A the President
of the United States on hi late viait to Masaachu
etta, demeaned himaclf on the Sabbath diy:
How be left Ne w-York in a steam boat on Satur.
day afternoon, kittmmg that he must arrive In
Rhodc'-Island on Sttn,lam how the cilisem of
Newport, when the President reached there,
..... . ri awt a 1
vreeted him "with exceedinr Hourll Joy," on
beholding so greiJ a man among them 1 bow the
people of Pre vidence, when he got Xhttrtjutt at
ehurchring time, turned away from the temple
of the living Cos, hereunto they were devoutly
wending thai eoure, to do vain hnnors unto a
a, a mere peccable man, by firinr big guns
and causing divers otlier untimely noises, when,
instead of which, the orisons of the people of
God should stone have been heard, ascending up
to Heaven 1 how the President, habited in a
jockey cap, roundabout jacket, nankeen breech
es silk stockings, and pumps roue inreugn me
country, John flilpia like, disturbing the gravity
of Use oU. aiciting tnC-Burtn pMne xyung, ana
attracting crowds of boys wbe were as much
agog to know what it was, ss though a mounts
bank bad iwms alovg, and bow be reached
Walpole, 20 miles, that ( Sunday ) night ! You
bave aeen all this 1 and what do you think of it
Aa for rayself, who have bee an Adams-man,
but an so no more, I will barely remark, in bor
rowed.langiige,that it is most lamentable, " the
leader of this people should eauae tbeta to erri
fur they ihil are leJ of them, are devtroJed.,'-
Departed this life, (says a Baltimore
paper brffle"30tb ult. the Rev. Enoch
George, one or tbe Bishops of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church, aged about 40
years. Such a man, and such a life of
usefulness rise above ordinary panegyiic ;
bit prato is in atl tbe churches.
Havre, French and English r re" to S2d
July have been received.; The Russian
compaign against Turkey commenced on
the rth May, and by the 2J July, less
than two months,' the Russians have
pushed forward almost to Batsrklk and
Tarn, only fifty leagues from Constanti
nople, and have taken seven foi tresses.
The Island of Madeira, is said to have
declared in favor of Don Pedro, and to
have refused letting a Portuguese frigate
anchor, which was sent by Don Miguel.
o papers are dii
1 he papers are filled with articles re
nirHhelettion of O'Conneli.
Great disturb,nces appear tohivriikieD
lP"f la Ireland. -f..t.3;.
i ne ucuast, steamer, trotn Uporto,
wtr 53 Msjeagerti refarea from Portu
gal, had arrived, alter t tedious and dis
sstrpus passage, havin? four times burst
her boiler, and having stuck upon rock
13 miles to the south of Cape rwisteiTe,
anB lecel vecT lucti damage, that she was
MrquisJ? ahuella was aueDgM-Wthe
The Hambureh papers, of the 6Vh
July, contain some important intelligence
from Turkey.- The army assembling at
Adrianopfo is stated to be 00fi00 strong.
All Mussuimen from 14 to CO years of age
have been summoned to take up arms.
The standard of Mahomet was to be im
mediately displayed. The .negotiation
between the Greek Bishops sent from
Constantinople, and the Ureekshas failed
The latter declined any negotiation, but
upon tbe basts of the treaty of the 6th
July, proposed by the allies.
Ctrm. Porter. By an arrivalat N. York,
from Vera Cruz, 9th of August, Noah's
Enquirer learns, .that Commodore Porter
of the ship Asia, 64, brig brsvo, of IS
guns and another ship of the jme force.
id hauled down. h( Qag,'dscbsrged all
hit nun, and had left but few soldiers on
boacd 4o.4ake.,care of lb..,ess.ehjwThe;
Mexicans were highly - dissatisfied with
the Commodore's conduct, anf be inten
ded returning home to the United Statea
by the . first .conveyance Eitera, the
Corn's personal enemy, would, there was
hut little doubt, be elected Vice President
Krtitucky The Louisville Public Ad
vertiser declares that 44 thousands of Old
Court Jackson men refused to vote for
Major Barry, or voted for Gen Metcalf.
Ha J it, not been for the influence of the
feelings engendered by the Old and New
Cmm comroversr, whjf h were rivcd
I , . . .
by the exertions of the Adams men, Gen.
Metcalf couid not have been elected.
By the exertions of our adversaries, tbe
election of Governor was made to turn,
tin e great degree, oil low! politics. They
contended that the election of Harry
ould lead to the revival of the rrbcjtui-
Sky- u"u!,fm' ,nd 10 cenewed effort to reorganise
ajotitv of ru9f',le Court of Appeals. - -
' In (rreenupcounty, where Metcalf bad
i'a mjorit of 150 votes, H the Jackson
j p,iv carfied their senator and members
of ,he ,eRisu,ure, ind Mr. Dunlap the
. r , .- . v . tJ .. y ,
r,er,ir of ,,ut coun,f whi) heMthe e,ec
"V' ,nat De '' f hundred
Hmd tlurteen dettdtd Jackton men vrfaxxrtcd :
or tealf. but lufifiorted the balance of',
Arw Tort In a late National Intellu.
tetccr,'a most wanton charge was 'made
against Mr. Van Buret,, of having written
to a friend in the West, that 24 of the
electors) votes of New York would be
given to Jarkson but thai the General
kh'juld hare the whole if necritary ! The
Albany Argus has refuted this calumny t
Mr. V. B. wrote no tuch letter. Thus
has another Adams fib been put down-:
The tigni in New-York continue to be
rheering, and augur the success of tbe
The Rev. J. jfthmun, the Agent of the
American colony of free blacks in Africs,
died st New-Haven, Connecticut, 'on tbe
26th ull. He was obliged to leave Africa,
f !ll L ..t.L. . I - 2
on account of ill health ; and was permit
ted by Providence to reach his nstfve
shores, when he gently and quietly sunk
into eternal rest. He fell a martyr to bis
indefatigable and philanthropic exertions
in behalf of the colony at Liberia.
The Board of Managers of the Coloniza
tion Society( have resolved to war crape,
irt memory of Mr. Ashmuo J sad that the
next town settled in Africa f the colo
nics, be named after him.
"Anbff commencement of Ibf UnittL
sity of Georgia, the degree of Bachelor
of Arts was conferred o km J. Erwin,
of Morgsnton, and J. L. LewU, of Iredell
county, in this state.
Fail Road-The Newbern Spectstor
sits., that It Is in contemplation to hold. a
meeiimr fn i that placi'forthe ptirprrte f
I co opcrmiing with the West, in their mea
sures reutive to the coourucuon 01 a ven
tral Rail Koad.
The litlmonia, a disease, so called, wss
tem at Madrid at the last dates. It has"
carried oft Don 9oh, well known in this
Che ISariirts. w .
FayeUevUU, September 4. Cotton, 8 to 9j
Beef, fresh in market, 3 cents i Bacon, 7 to 10 1
peach brandy, 50 to 60 ; apple do. 33 to 37 1
flour, 3 a 4i whiskey, 25 a 25 MS United
States bank notes, 6) to 7 per cent, premium i
Bills on the North, 60 days 4 to 5 per c"t. pre.
Chnrletttn, Sept. 6. Upland cotton 9J a 1 1 J j
whiskey, 26 to 27 1 bagging. 42 inch, 22 to 24 ,
sugar, 8 to. 9 1 molasses, 30 to 3) cents
bacon, 6 to 7 1 apple brandy, 25 to 28 j bees
wax, 2 i i coffee, 13 to 16 1 hyson tea, 100 to 105
Jamaica rum, 110 to 115 West India do. 75
to 80.......North Carolina bills, 8 to 9 per cent.
die.! Georgia do. lj'to 1 J' per cent ditto. ,
'!ton. Onlv a verv limited-business was
transacted the past week in this article, and that
without atterstwit in the prices of, Ihe prcvioiis
week : One or two lots of the new crop were
Aa . r. a . s a l .
rangea irom yj io iuj e oniei nusinw waa
done at 10 a 10J for aelectipns from lots in
Camden, St. 6.-Cotton, fa W"mt52T
B.C. Moneys Flour 3t a 4 00, out of the wagon
corn S7J . Salt 70 cents. , ,
40 Bales of Cotton, of the new crop were told
this week in Camden at 10 cents.
Cherav, September 5. Cotton, 8 to 10$ t
bacon, 7 to 8 1 flour, g4 per barrel; corn, 31 j ;
peach brandy 40 to 45 1 apple do. 30 to 35 (
whiskey 30; beef, 3 to 4; butter 1?) to 15;
tallow, 8 i coffee, 17 to 19 1 sugar, 10 to 12;
- PeffTtAirry, Septm. 6: Cotton, 9 to 10 j to
bseco. $2 50 a 7J -refused, 1J a gSJr.corn,
lj 1 82; bacon, 6 a 8; lard, 6 a 7; apple
brandy, 34 a 35; peach 45 a 74 cents..... North
Carolina bank hills, 7 to 8 per cent, discount ;
Georgia billi, 2J a 3 ; South Carolina bills,
2 to 2J per cent, discount.
Afl.forJb, Sept. 2 Cotton, upland, 9) to
1 1 4 . rnttnn hiiririnir: he mo 20 to 21. flai 16 to
.-.Tan,,-------- -no n' r r . .
18; hides, II to 17; North Carolina bankt4ls
9 etcentdlscntS Carolina da 2J I Vir
ginia 1 1 - Georgia 4, except WarVn''Whieh are
30 per cent.
. In Wilkesborough,bv the Rev, A. W. Gav, on
the 4th inat. Whitfield kerr, Ej. of Slatesville;
to -Mii Maria Iuia Wilson, of the., former
In Davidon county, on Thursday, the 4th init.
by Joseph Conrad, Rq. Jims Hakssavk, Esq.
to MiN Earaia Lijimst.
In the city of Raleigh, on the 4th instant,
Maj. John G. Blount, of Tarborough, in this
itate. He was an active officer In the 'Ottt regi
ment of United States iirfaotry, during the last
war, and served faithfully to its termination.
At his residence in Caswell county, on Sun
day the 3 1 at ult, Bartlett Yancey, Esq. distin
guished for his eminence at the bar, and for the
many and important stations which he has held
in the service of the state. Mr. Yancey died
very suddenly, with a disease which the pnysi.
cisna termed the ctld plapu, very prevalent in
At Smithvillr, on the 20th ultimo, the venera
ble Thomas Calender, of Wilmington, aged 74.
years. His service, in the wsr of the revolution,
entitle him to high distinction. He bore a part
at Trenton, Wrahdywihe," Gcrmantown and
Monmouth, snd vu taken prisoner at the siege
of Charleston, South Carolina; He war near
to Gen. Nash, when he fell. -,,
At Philadelphia, on the 22d ultimo, the Hon,
Richard Peters, judge of the District Court of
the United States for the eastern district of
- At Salens.' Maa.'on -the-"19tbr ultimo, - Mrs.
Rebecca Pickering, wife of the Hon. Timothy
Pickering, aged 74 years.
" M t&ite was atat mWi, pluck lAe.irrer,
. Ind plot than in their bourn, but t Jte."
On Friday morning, the 12th inst. Siaa Jtss,
daughter of Hamilton C. Jones, Esq. of this
place, in tbe siitb year of her age. A sweet
temper, a tractable disposition, and an early
developement of tbe reasoning faculty, oonptted
to render this child so object of peculiar tender,
nets to her parents. coubcbicatso.
AT FAYRTTCVILLE. N. CAROLINA
ON Tuesdsy, Sept. 23d, will be sold, bv the
subscribers at their Auction Store, a large
and valuable awortment of freshly imported
Staple and Fancy Dry GooJt,
consisting in psrt, of
Auperjtne, ne IfCimtmtn LUtnt (J -Mumerm
SatMmem, l)metUt, Uc. Uc
ALSO. Groceries. Hardware. Cutlerv. and
Crockery H are. Terms liberal, and made knowa
at sale. WILKINGS k Co. JucHontert.
Fuyraevte, Sept. 4th, 1828. 3t34
ALL those indebted to Doctor L. MrrmsiL,
are requested to call and clone their
abtbury, September l&A, 1838.
Medicine and burger .
b AS just received a supply of
T - J II Fretk Medicine, carefully se
1 TJf by himself. He tenders his
I rofessiotialBcrvi)es to tbe citiiens
SwJ3 ni aVliaburv. and HrHcinifVHs
hopes, by attention, to merit a share of pubCa
patronage. ZJ " residence is at tbe Mansion
Hotel ; wberenis services can be caeimsnded,
st any hour, hea wot absent on profemooaJ
T7UOM tbe subscriber, owlbe 4th lost, a muIK
" . r.lL,. TYUSf. between 3J aad 40
rears old, 5 feet 8 or 9 inchet high, hu a scar
' . . a as.. L!.
on bis Uirotle runfn dojjs ui ww iwi oc
. . A . . 11 I
tbe big toe grow logeioer. a-vrvy-nor re
ward will be given any one who wilt take up said
boy. aad deliver him to the subvriber, 9 miles
from Salisbury, on the WitkeaboM' road, or cob-
fine bim ia jail, and five me Information. Ji
yt.eAis' TH9iUft wopy.
'' '"' Zstxi Slot vr ;" r :
JIT MOCKSriLLE, SOltTff CAH0LIX4,
TIJC aubscrlbers having entered Into eopart
nership In the Mercantile Butineit, at
Mocksville, Rowsn county, N. C. under tho
firm of IIARGRAVR U HUXT, are now s
ceivihg. direct from New-York and Philadel.
phia, an entirely new atock of -
Dry Goods, Crockery, ,
Hardware, Grtcertei, tfc. S?v
Cutlery, ... - v
Selected and bought by one of the firm, for
iiA which they will tell low for CIS ft. Of
COTTON, or On a short credit to punctual
dealers. Persons wishing to purchase, are
themselves.. - ROBF.RT L. IHRGKAVB.
liinit tStK, 1828. 6t37
fPHR aubscriberi having quafified as Adminia
notice will be plead u ,
WM. L. BAIRD,
ON Monday, the 10th of November next, it
Baird'i Forge, Burke county, the late resi
dence of Andrew Baird, dee'dn a credit o?
twelve months, will be sold ,
, Several likely Negroet ;
TArre Wairom and HarneH
A Gig, and Sulkey : Also,
Cattle, llntrt. Sheep,
Houtehtld and Kitclten Furniture, &C.
M. BAIRD. I
Sept. 12A, 18:8.
MEDICAL, DEPARTMENT. .
THE Medical Iectures will eoromehce, 1
usual, on the Is Monday of November and
terminate on the 1st Saturday or InMrch. -
R-sirjiaaii.s W. Dodut, M. D.jsn vfmrismy net-
Surgery. - -
CMaatts CaldwblL, M. D. Inttitutet and eth
nical Practice . : .
Joan E. Cooks, M. D. Thetry and Practice if
Mtdicihe. ' " - t-
William H. RirBAanson.M. D. Obttttrict ami
Diteatet tf Women and Chilth-en.
Ciablsi W. Short, M. L. Materia MedfSn
and Atedical Botany,
Jam is Hlitsc, I) .D. Chemittry and Pharmacy.
' Each Profi-sr lectures daily, Sabbaths ex
cepted. The Ticket to the Anatomical and Sur
gical course ii RJOi esch of the others $15.
Matriculation with tbe use of the Library, 5.
The Graduation fee $20.
C. W, SHORT, M. D. Dean. ..
lexingitn, A. Mgutt 8, 1828. 3t34
TO THE PVHMC.
COWAN & REEVES J
nAVE just received, from New-York ancf
Philadelphia, at their Store at Wood . '
Grove, Howan county, twelve miles west of StA
lisbury; a general assortment of frcab, . . ...
Dry Goods, Cutlery, 24
Hardware, Groceries, fjPf ,
Which they are determined to sell unusuaHy ''
low for CASH or COTOX t or on a short
creditta fmeHwiatomei.jAs thev will raw -. - :
plenuh their.stock at short intervals from lb& " '
Northern markets and keep the newest ancT' " " "?prT
moat approved auiUa ol t,oOs.tbey leel a cos
fidence in inviting their friends and the public
to call, eiarcine, and judge for themselves.
TTsf Grt,Sept. lf,1828.
I INTEKD removing from Salisbury in abmlt
two montua from thii liqle jThosr-tmlebteJ -to
me by r.ote, will plea call and pay the)
same 1 and those that have open accounts will
also please to call and eloe the same at or bw
Ibre the October court next 1 those that fail to
comply with the above requests may expect t
find their papers without discrimination, in the
hands of sn Officer for collection.
GEO. McCONN A UG f I tY.
Sept. Sth, 1828. 4)34
Lost or Mlsald,
TUP, certificate of two shares in the Capital
Stock of the Ktate Bank of North Caro
lina j for the renewal of which, application wilt
be made to the Directory of said flank at thej
appropriate time. JNO. L. HENDERSON.
AnguttWik, t82a. 30
TIR r dicers commanding companies in tbw
62d (or Cabarrus regt. N. C. militia, are
commanded to parade in Concord, on the 3d daw
of October nest, at 11 o'clock a. si. with the
companies under their command, fully equipped
as tbe law directs both men and officers 1 also,
the field and staff officers will appear at tho
same time snd place to parade the men, and
march to the lM at 10 o'clock, aad be review? .
ed at 12 by tbe Brigadier. .
AH oDcers belonging to tne above regr. atl
eommsndrd to appear in Concord on the 2d daw
of October next, at the hour of 11 o'clock
equipped as the law directs with side-arms, fof
Captains will notify their subalterns ratrfV
ciaiwwith thejrjnstruinenta of roosic, snd ordcta
ly sergeants to appear wraa1d"dawdrllt. - - -
Biv oraer w l-c vuk uoohji. or saia rrginia
2t32 V. WHITE, AifL
Uemd-Qunrltr Ctnctrd, SefU Iff, 1828.
N. B. Lach Caotain in the rewknent is eoff
manded to hare two Pioneers detailed from Me
company, to be and appear in Conosrd oa the-d-
it drilL with tools luitable to dear rrouarl
foe the lneaj .ftevie-;i sndla coosiJcryion -
from one day's coivpiany muaier, tbeir captains
determining wbeo the exemption ia to taka '
place.. .... WM.AixtPi, cat, liwjj.
To Gold MlneTa. :
iTVfN'bs. of pure Qmekrierer, Just reeciyeA
llW and for sole, liv L. WlUXt, 8 ft?