srs C.':i cr...c-.cr.r.t
us answerable lor a puiiucai faux fas oi
their, we will now proceed to show.
The late 4th of i u!y wis celebrated by
I respectable company or gentlemen, 50
or 60 in number, in the town of Char
lotte. ........most of whom happened to, b
Mends of tbe administration,. The day
" ' ' wai also celebrated at King's, t or 8 miles
from town, by about! the same number of
gentJemen.......ncBriy an oi wnom were
friend of Jackson, v Of these facts, we
were apprized within a fe w " days after
iha celebration s but as, on ueA en occa?
sion. (the annir ertary of the birth day of
bur Liberties! we-had hopecvand indeed
Jclt well assured, thai our patriotic leiiow-
merge ail paruxan iceuun w iu mv
general one of ,ratiancl pride and exulta
tion, we thought' it would be ill timed to
tics at either of the;dinner and we
' -netfer abould have published a syllable on
todo sob? tbe Adams people, uut thecir
eanstanre of a tttsiority of the company
it the Charlotte dinner tafifiening to be
administration men, Vas too. precious a
for them to-let go unnoticed .for
.iirna favorable to their cause ere u few
and far between? io N. Carolina f Forth
with some of the junta communicated the
joyous tidings to the propagator of their
0Dinions' nd withet in this place J the
sews was according blazoned forth to the
world, and republithed in the qjfUiated
ftrebses all over the Union, as a ? mat
Iforlh Carolina was doubtful on the Presi
deocf I We Celt that this boatt (of tbe
dinner party's being com posell principal
Iv of Adams men) would operate, abroad
to the prejudice of the citizens of "Char
lotte, by crtating ad impression that they
.could not sufficiently chasten their party
zeal, to enable them to unite, even in tbe
harmonious observance of the political
that it would fat it was iniendt
. fle impression abroad of lbs.
oarties there. Viewing the subject
" this light; we llbbtigiil we SboutS be want
wg in our duty, as public journalists, to
the citizens of Mecklenburg, and would
nor fulfil our obligations to the public, by
reraaioing silent. 7 Accordingly we pub
lished the short article, in bur paper of
the 32d July, which called forth the scur
rilous piece in the Adams print of the 5th
of August, over the signature of Ciiiteiu
of Charlotte (' and which, it now appeaVs
from' a spiteful and abusive communica
tion in that paper of last week, over the
proper name of a tchool boy, was prepared
at the request, and under the supervision,
of the aforementioned junta. Indeed,
they have virtually fathered both publica
tions, by appending tothe latter their eer
jUteverfrto mode Mister Clay) signed: by
Samuel Macomb, F. 51. Ross, J. II. Blake,
BenJ. L Cottrell, Rich- Gillespie," J. D.
BoydVG- Kcndrick, D. R Dunlap, A.
Grahsm It is with these persons, then,
that "war must settle our account and not
with a kariltii fyro, who hs been used
by'Jtherotin this businev, forthe'samc
season that the monkey in the fable found
it convenient 10 get the loan of Mhe cat's"
elaw'a to fake hil chesnuls ! outjof the fife.
,We ahailnoLflatter the imf vanity so fat
-is even, to, mermen his.name.in out paper.
wnicn is rciu, on uir ctumae,ny tix
importance, which he mighrothefwTae
never acquire ; and it might, too, to in
flate him with his "individual responsi
bility," that he would be in danger of
sharing the fate of the fabled toad. No,
the rllfnBhall not be spoiled by our
agency. ...no act of ours shall help to ex
tend his name be vend the columns of the
Jhmity paper i to which, perhaps, it will
be for his future welfare that it should be
confined. And we would here advise the
sponsors of this nursA'ar-scribbler, the
next time, he manifests an itching for
tolidcs, to stive him ; the r&uioru. rinstei r
oi a eernjuate.
The complaint of Samuel Macomb, and
Issociates, (the Adams junta heretofore
referred to) who have, bv their certificate.
become resoonsibla for the ribaldr nf
. - .
we KHOolbvy, is, that our article in rela
tion to the Charlotte dinner, was evi
kntly calculated, if not purfiotely intended,
'o ctcatftia pinion in the- puWic-mind
wrogatoiTr to 'ihriricl'aT character of the
ian of thir tOtr.tfaw-Wi-flatly
dy that our article was intended to cre
ate any such opinion t sad it is only bv a
itortuous construction of our laneuaee.
Y h it can be said lr was ealeulated to hie
hareffect. ' Tha AiTama nine, Urtl nuh i
t- ... r-r--rf i i
pisneq the farfi t Kr rh n.n iht AimA
f o L harlotie was made up mostly of Adam
fti.....erKo. that It was aa. tAdam dio-
pt, an Adams affair i' and this informa
fWht we have every reason to believe, was
every reason to oeiieve,.
P.uhicated for publicaiiop'by 'ontof
v ery 7imhj,ho cr wantohlv :Jiaree
h whhimr to create an onlnW
nich, if it have any existence in reality,
s created buthrMehef .m they ,(or
'heir printer, which' U the same thine)
FJasT promulgated to the world what they
P malevolently find fault with us for pub-
we did not aat that the dinner was rot-
n A as a fiarty affair t nor that thtre
or eignt tnousanq persons .weeIv..andlcncn",g an anrocra'ic, ami-
rirrnUioa in il r I A ,.!,.. r.t tk 1T: . Her people have voted ta call a
for that wZuid be giving him a faciitious 1?.
pi anj lack of friendly or tp&d feeling
& to rrtlie fktiUtycf tbe tccsY.il
Our only object in referring to the cir
cumstance at all, was to disabuse the pub
lie in relation to the boait made in
the Adams paper, of the administration
strength at the dinner. We knew that
that boast was an uniust one l that a
majority of Adams men having acciden
tally assembled at the dinner, was no
more evidence of the strength of the
administration ..in; that . quarter, jthan
the fact of nearly all the gentlemen at
King's being friends of Jackson, was a
there t and we might with as much pro
prletjr, have turned the dinner t King'
into favorable sign' for our cause, as
our W saw-'me-TOanwesf impropriety
of doing so ; we did ndt w'uh to take ad
vantage of so tmaU a matter, at the risk
of creating an undue impression abroad
ffai 'reserved rforrjfbepiTarlotM
i UDla end their at inter there
possessea oi only a roocicumoi magnam-
mity, thyc would "acknowledge their er
. ' ' .. IJ-- .1- k' t -
ror, and. submit to the consequences of
their indiscreet conduct, with a much
better grace .than they seem disposed to
do,-instead of attempting to saddle
thtft van faults oh mr back. , .
As to the gihea with which Samuel
Mjromb etat Major, quondam shenl"!
commoner and tavern-keeper, and now
calicoi and ribbon seller, gold digger and
would-be- great many and "lusTssocialt;
nave uouteo u, oy aesignatins us as
"the little Major," my little sir," &c.
we will briefly remark, that we esteem
this apecies of scurrility at a comfiliment
rither than otherwise It shows, the re
J?ned standard by which they estimate
merit, and betrayt their own mental tali
bre. They would prefer matur to Mind;
and judge of a man's worth h they ' would
of a bullock's, by grot weight ! On this
as thSroTd sounds moreTnuncally) that
Fat pkunchrs have lean p'ei and dainty bit, .
' Make rich the ribs, but bankrupt quite the its.'
" The h(Twk and tnake rarh ttlier greet....
" Th wlf and lami harmmn ineet,"
At the late commencement of Harvard Uni
versity, in MaMachiisctts, Mr. StHvnion, the
Jaekion speaker of the bouse of representatives
of the V. 8. and John Quincy Mamt, president
of the ir, H. walked tide by side to the collge
hall. 1'h's is a small tiyn that t!ia era of jjood
feelings is about to dawn on us. We are glad
to sec it.
THE SICK SKCUETABV.
Mr. Harry Clav's had a shake
Ofthe-vHe Ornjfwe fercrt
' News from New-York first made bim pike ;
- But Kentucky made him thixtr,
" Swmnn'n -A Dr. Leiber has a rmmminj
cW in Boiton, . Several of his pujiiU lately
swam 3i miles, against a head wind, in ne hour
and twtntH vwt, without resting. We would
recommend some of our mistiided Adams
friend., tbr whom e feet a personal regard Sml
sympathy, to learn the nrt f nrimming ; for, u
they are getting into troubled waters, we fear
they will link, never to rise sgsiu L
Prryrw'is 7rwiW..;.i....Vr(r'mi has no re.f
deemed hetself.m: v rood debtee, fwrn the
charge (which. Laa .so long lain atlier Jior) pf.
at odious provis
ion which infranchies-a freemif, (a natire-born
American citizen) unless he possesses a freehold,
which makes property, mere perishable matter,
the versa, instead of MAN, with a heaven-born
tuiiut, and an immortal ttul .'
By the proclamation of the Gov. of Yirg. it
appears that the vote of the people, on the
propriety of calling a Convention, stood: 21, 8? J
likewise. At a proper season, we shall take
up the aubfect ; and endeavor to set before our
ess! em brethren, the manifest injustice they are
doing ns in the West, aa well as to the character
of tbe state, by opposing a Convention.
An extra session of the legislature uf New
York, was commenced at Albany, on the 9th
inst: the object, and only object of wbich is, to
act on the revised code of luws wbich has been
prepared by authority of the state.
AVw App9itmtnt.-TH'v. Dunlap has been
appointed, by tbe Post Master General, Post-
Master at Bethanv UDurcn, Iredell county, N.
C. vice Win. A. Dunlap, resigned.
Cspt. Booth, of the U. S. navy, died in the
nleifiterrwsnliea, on the 26th July last ; and wai
buried, with distinguished militsry honors, by
the British authorities at Gibraltar.
Indiana. In this state, Ray received 12,637,
Canhy-10.QQQ.-lQore 8J3 Totei forXjovtrnor.
Of the members '.elected to the Legislature,
the Annntator, a paper printed in that state, says
St are wr Jackson, and 7 tor Adams. We have
not seen, for a cmai'nry, whether Boon, or Blake,
is elected to Congress t the accounts are very
contradictory but we are Inclined to think
Boea ia the successful man.
JToiueH .......The Administration folks can't
get over tbetr defeats Kentuckvj llicy feel thlat
they have been vanquished, and are fadrerycha
grinrd about it : they thought that with their
Mdpiv. oo the ground, they could carry all be
fore them i but since the people hsve expressed,
in emphatic terms, their non-concurrence in the
course of conduct pursued by those whom they
hare heretofore been in tbe habit of locking up
to for guidance in political matters, but who, in
the latt Presidential election, betrayed and fid
them, ther are exercising every species of
Tnn... -1 ih eas to Letter 1ufIiTiner.r af Ih6 . 7
: -i .t - 1- 9 - i ..... .u: : i.
S- ifv in aiirh mt!eri....who aava. for arnM. anc nru uii m
tl I J ' 7-, - ' O ' I
trickery, and ae '"JT '" mut ingenious-
f, 6 turt tlclr duat ul a t r it
it wont all do ( they are beat. ...as'iKrably bea
ten! Metealf is, to be sure, t 'y aniieeied in
as Gov. i but the Jackson L. tiov. Breathitt,
has beaten his Adams opponent by nearly eltven
hundred majority! And there is a handsome
Jackson majority in both branches of the legis
lature. If this election ia any test of tbe send
menu of the people of Kentucky On the Presi
dency, (and the Adams people say it is) tbe
Klector.il vote of the state wUf most assuredly
be given to Jackson. , .
Mr. Barry received 38,231 votes, Mr, Breathitt
37,541 1 in all for the Jacksoi) candidates, 75772.
Mr. Metealf received 38,94p, Mr. Underwood
36,454 1 in all, for tbe Adam, (candidates, 75,394:
Leaving- majority for Jackoii, of 378! 1 Now
who baa most cause to crow I
At Surrr suoerior ennrt. Micbsel MTnAiim
Mr. iiutcocn, veraicr, manaiaugnter. uen.
B, M. Saundera, counsel for the prisoner. - -At
Wilkes superior court, Jacob Miller was
tried for the murder of Jos. P. Baldwin, Esq.t
verdict, guilty.- He fsi sentenced to hi hanged
on the, 10th of October next. The prisoner was
bly..,dcfenied; by . i). F.. Cwelk ad tt. SI.
rend(.r . ,.,,, 'i' m
irainat him. We understand
I -D , v wikiiu
he confeiaed his guilt, after be was convicted.
A man by the name of Barlow, was tried
the lame term for the murder of his wife i but
was acquitted, on the pica of insanity i he was
detenilcd by R. It. liurton and James Norwood,
there was also tried, at this term, a man by
the name of Thompson, aliat Newton, for passing
coimterfeit.money : he was convicted, and sen
tenced to receive 9 lashes, stand in the pillory,
and be imprisoned 12 months.
CP la our nest, or succeeding paper, we shall
puhliih tbe communication from Dr. M, W. Al
exander, on his mode of rearing the Silk worm,
It7 We are obliged to omit, in this week's
paprr, five or an new advertuemenis, the or
ders for the publication of which did not reach
us til! dur column were filled: we hope, bow
ever, they will uut Sufler by one week's delay .-
...... LATEST FROM EUROPE.
ger, which ar-
we. have received Ltverpo u papers
thut ijate, and London to tl 31st July
. - .
lhe eighth and ninth Bdletins of
the Kusnian army- .are -da-ed at '. the
camp at ntrassu, July otn, giving
further details of the capitulation of
the fortress of Brailaw. The Russian
main army was to advance by forced
marches to Canargik. The Gazette
de France, of July 29th, gives the
latest advices from Bucharest.
Bucharest, July 18. Accounts this
moment received, inform us that
Man:igl'un, an important fortified
place, which defends the main road to
yroa, has surrendered to the: Rus
aT . . ir W - I
sians, l nere is now no obstacle to
stop the march of the left wing of the
Russians towards Varna.
. A German paper .asserts that 100,
006 Russians are advancing to force
thV piisnge of the Bilkas mountains.
Tbe Turks it is said, depend en their
lines at Srhutnla, which are defended
by 1,300 cannon;,
J be .N uremburg Lorrespondent -of the
22d jrnr.- says-it-waf Fepeted at Vienna
hat an alliance had been -entered into by
England, Seance and Aus;ria, to prevent
ine. threatened aggradizemcht of Russia.
The I rench papers of Sunday itate con
fidenrly- that 1 2,000 :men areto be des
patched immediately to compel Ibrahim to
evacuate the Mores France Is said to
take (his step at the request of the Cm
pcrorof Russia, and it is added that Eng
land ia to co-operate with a natal force, so
that the three powers are represented as
greatly add to the embarrassment of the
Sultan, and probably hasten bis submis
sion. It seems that s conspiracy against the
life of the President has been foiled in
Greece, and that the recent successes of
the Russians have raised the tone of the
(irerks. An article dited Smyrna, June
18, says thst Count Capo d'Istria will be
1 obliged to have recourse to more ener
getic measures to govern the O reek na
tion, especially since the discovery of the
conspiracv of Coloctroni who has been ar
rested with 35 of his accomplices.
. proedlXurbsnces are said to hsve
broken out in Spain ; several bands of
of guerillas and others - have declared for
Don Carlos, in opposition to the reigning
monarch. It was expected that Some
such step as this would be the result of
the success of Don Miguel in Spain.
commission on the 28th July ; on which eea,
sion the Lord Chancellor read a speech from
the King i in which his majesty is -made to say,
that be hat received assurances from bis allies
of the moat ft iendly disposition, he fcc
" The jhjerence.h Jaeason eewntyi Missouri,'
the Jackson candidate received 303 Vote, and
the Adams my mt- While in Caar eouOty,
Illinois, the Jackson candidate received every
vtu over hia 'Adanw-OHMMieflJKZrlli, ,
The fame up.Vtc Understand, from one of
the most honorable and intelligent eitiaens of
Maryland, that '.he Uu newt from Kentucky is
producing a re-action in Maryland nd that
mnv of the Administrstion-meo begin to confess
that the State is ajainst them. Maryland will
elect a Legislature against Adams and Clay.
JacksBn will certainly get six electoral votci
Ra fi tlrtzn, cf.fr it to tie rjnlitj
States from the republic of Mexico, committed
suicide in Washington Ctty on the 10th inst. by
hanging bimaelf, during a fit of derangement.
He was a gentleman of courteous demeanor, and
C. W. Bird, Esq. Judge of the tlnited States
district court for Ohio, died on the 25th ult.
and, what ia not a little singular, his death hap
pened on the same day with that of Judge
Robert Trimble, of the United States supreme
court. . -.
gofmaa.-.iSxtract cf a letter
from a gentleman at Guatemala to his
rriend. in.Kew..Yorkw.-.l..ani yerv
happy to announce to you. that the
Guatemala, which fof these two years
has so much , sfflioted this rrpublicj
is now at an end. The two conten-
A " wVawja' 'tsM kkavksw(luidJ al " mJ m
claimed peace, and new Congress isT
are joined to nter SSalvidov and to
put themselves under the orders of the
The Duke of Wellington and his bro
ther the venerable Marquis of Welleslcy,
have become reconciled.
FayettevMe, Stptember U. Cotton, 9J to 9J j
Uef, fresh in market, Scents; Bacon. 7 to 10;
peach bramly, 50 to 60 apple do. 33 to 37 1
flour, 3 a 4 i whiskey, 25 a 25 United
States bank nqtes, 6) to 7 per cent, premium ;
Bills on tbe North, 60 days, 4 to 5 per ct. pre.
CharlcMon, Sept. 13. JTDlsnd cotton 9 all i
! whiskey, 26 to 27; bafrging. 42 inch, 22 to 24;
sugar, 8 to 9; molasses, 30 to 31 cents;
bacon, 6 fo 7 ; apple brandy, 25 to 28 ; bees
wax, ?J i coffee. 13 to 16 ; hyson tea, 100 to 105 1
Jamaica rum, 110 to 115 West India do. 75
to 80...;...Norrh Carolina MHs, 8 to 9 per tent
.;-so!g.,o,f mm. .1 . peteens, mm
.awrwSwrlwall -parcels of New CotJ
ton ba-e eomelo market f bui, is vet.lRefe has
been no sales that we have heard of. We un.
demand it Is 'held at II to 11 1 cents-hrre 1i
n?- n?raind f!r the.old, anj our ..quote
viinai ait nnminsi
tions are nominal.
Camden, Sept. 13 Cotton, 9 a 10 ; wheat 62
S. C. Money ; Flour 3 J a 4 00, out of the wagon
corn 371 i Salt 70 cents.
Ptterthurr. Septm. 12. Cotton. 9 to 10 1 to. :
bacco. ffl 50 a 7 -refused, It a S2J; corn,;'0' wh,c 'cH ,ow lASH,-tr
1J a g2; bacon, 6 a 8; lard. 6 a 7 ; apple f 'OTTOX, or on a short -credit to punctual
brandy, 3a 35i peach 45 a 74 cents.....North dealers Persons wishing to purchase, are
Carolina bank bills, 5) to 6 per c nt. discount ; ! respectfully invited to call and exanvne
Geonris hills. 2 s .1 South - i!andh:t hillt themselves. ROBERT L. HARGUVVE.
2 to 2 per cent, discount.
Aew-fsrfc Sept. 10: Cotton : The sales havr 1
amounted to about 1000 bales consulting of 700
Uplands at 9J a 11 cents; 200 Alabamaa at 10 1
to 10, and 100 1 ennessee and New Orleans at i
10 a 12) cents. Trices generally are hardly
supponcu. inougTi smau iois nave orougw some
thing . over these ratra. . Accounts from Liver
pool; to 1st Aug. hsve been, received per .ship
Caledonia. - There does not appear to have been
any material change there since the date of our
previous accounts.- CmmerA Adv.
To this town, on Wednesday last, John, infant
son of Capt. Samuel I-tmly, aged 20 months.
In tbia town, on Friday last, Sarah Elizabeth,
daughter of the late Capt. John Fulton, aged
about 5 years.
In Iredell eotmty, on the 2d inst. verv sudden
ly, Mrs. Hutliy Almira Fleming, consort of Moses
woman, thV pattern ef himilityhas.leA a dis
tressed husband, a helpless infant only Li dayt
old. and a circle ot tleionate teiatives. to
mourn their loss. "Blessed are the dead that
die in the Lord, for they rest frnm their lubors.
" In Mecklenburg county, on the Slat alt. Mr.
James ninVms,r: soil f famea Oinkiaen,
Esq. Also on tbe same day, Mrs. Ann McKiiight,
relict of the late Jamea McKnigbt. Also, on
the 2d inst. Mr. Wm. M. Neely. also, a child
of Mr. Jonas Rudisill: All of tbe same county.
Lately, on Beaver creek, Sumpter district, 3.
C. Mr. Arthur Cunningham, at the advanced age
of 96 or 100 years, having left a son who served
as an onWr in the revolutionary war.
In New-Vork, on the -5th init. Gcn. Tbeodorus
Bailey, Postmaster of that city, aged 70. He
was a W!iig in the Revolution, and a prominent
useful and estimable cit'ncn.
In New-York, on the 21st uh. David Gelston,
Esq. He ai a delegate in the old provincial
congress, which met in New-Vork, Mayi 1774,
and held several other important offices ; and
ui devoted Whig throughout the Revolution :
he died in his 8$th vear.
SIGN OF TUX GOLDEN BALL.
THE subscriber respectfully in
forms his friends and the pub
lic generally, that he haa opened a
TWrain tbe house lately occupied
bv Mr. H. M. McCulloch of tbia towiu, KorOi
West comer of Broad and Ring street a, and Im
mediately opposite the Court House. The pub
lic may rely on hia strenuous exsrtiont to render
bit entertainment satisfactory in every particu
lar. He wishes the traveller to call and judge
for hinwe If. Private rooma for families will al-
waya be kept ready fumuued,
Camden, S. C. Feb. 9, 1828. 8t40
Taken "Ut and C ommUteA !
mm, -u- : I V r l
I rJL j"l3riti! -I. v. J
22d Jurv.wnetro fellow w ho says bis name,.
is HARRr, nr. that he ran away trojn Mr. m.
Worthy, of Alabama, who Was carrying him to
that state for sale i says he was purcbated from
Mr. Austin in thia aUte, by Mr. Worthy. He i
S'ftetU Wcbef WgliitrtiCotintenaftce rather irV
regular, and a small scar on a hia forehead : he
had with bim, when committed, a blue cloth
coat ; also, a blue homespun coat, and thick
negro-cloth-pantaloons. Tbe owner is reques
ted to come forwsrd, prove property, psy
charges, and take him away.
JUIM ZIUIEiUUA, JOtutr,
Sept. M, l& 3
AT FAYETTEV1LLE, N. CAROLINA.
ON Tuesday, Sept 23d, will be sold, by the
subscribers, at their Auction Store, a large
and valuable assortment of freshly Imported
.Staple and Fancy Dry Goodt,
consisting in part, of ,
' Superfine, fine U cosunsn Cloth (j Caitimer& .
Sattinettt, lhmr$tic, (St. Uc,
ALSO, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, aod
Crockery Ware. Term, liberal, and made known
at sale. . WIf. RINGS h CO. Juetitneert.
Ffetttvi9 Sept. 44, 1828. 3t34 -
- rthe -vessel by which thie
Gomls advertiir d for sale
J3d rwtc WtMpped.
dilnut saJ froui New-Vnrk a " "
soon as ws expected, the abovA
sate is unavoidably postponed .
till 7W4w, Sff30i when it
will roaifivalv take plane :-Vf ij
. wmawvxmattnw;. -
1.11 TOmmitte.J J"! K-SS
i v v i.vw.ai, bvnuiji v. iir. lutia .- w
negro boy, ared about 24; and has a scar on hU
forehead, and also on one foot. He says hie
name ia H.iRRT, and belongs to Kendall '
Weathers, York District, 8. C, 12 miles from the
Court-House, and was bought of John Springs.'
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges, and take him away.
Sent. 19. 1828. 33
CtimmiUeA to iUe 3aV
OF. Montgomery county, J.. C. on the 3d oT
September, 1828, a negro man,' Who uya
hia name ia LEWIS, and belongs to a Mr. Bel
cher of Columbia, S. C He is 5 feet ?, incbea
high i somewhat aflvcted with paina la hii
thighs: says he is between 35 and 40 years olds
Hie owner ia requested to come forward, prove?
property, pay charges, and take him sway.
4136 A. TOREST, Jaibr
AT. MOCKSYILLE, NORTH CAROLlXiZ
f p HtJubacjieniuivuigenteixU into ropart
-. . iHsrvusp ifw"-.ayei avxerwaweaw - hsn ism m-m-'wy
Mockiville, Kowan county, N. C. under tha
inn of Ml R 04tA V U are. .WK 'itmZ
ceiving, tlirect from New.Tork aad Pbibdc1t
plna, an entirely new stock of .
Dry Good, Crockery -
Hardware, Graceriei, &c. C
Selected and Dougnt by one or ine nrm, io
TO THE PUBLIC.--".
COWAN & HE EVES
AVE just . rrevived, from New.Tork and
Philadelphia, at tbeir sar at lvooa
Grove, Howan county, twelve milea west of fiif.
iaburyr a general assortment ot Besn
v Dry Good, '
Hardware, Groceries, t?c. :
Which they are determined to sell unisually -
low for VAStf or COTTOXt ' a slierfg
credit to punctual customer, As they will re plenish
their stock at short intervals, from the) 1 -Northern
markets, and keep the newest and
most approved kinds of Goods, they feel a con
fide nee in inviting their friends and tbe pubbtt .
to call, examine, and judge for themselves.
. . . .. COWAN fc REF.VX8..r -
trod Greve, Sept. 11,1328. 6mt5i
rfHE subscribers having qualified at Adminfrt
V tratorson the estate of Andrew Bsira, aeca.
late of Burke ooooty, desire all persons tndebtr:
ed to aaid estate to make payment with as littfe
deUv as nossiblei and all oersons hsr'mr claims -
againt the estate, will present tliero legally au
thenticated, within the time limited by act of
Assembly, otherwise this notice will be plead ir
bar of their recovery. 8t39
WM. L. BAIRD,
September, 1828. Jdmr.-
ON Manday, the 10th of November next, at
Baird's Forge, Burke county, the late resi
dence of Andrew Raird, dee'd. on a credit
twelve months, will be sold
Several likely AVyrer
Three fVoftn and Uarntu
A Gig, and Sulkey 't Also,
t'altU, Hort, Sheep,
JJduhIuU and A'itehen Furniture, Sec.
M. BAIRD, X ..,
WM. L. BAIRD,
Sept. 12a, 18 '8. 8tl9
fTlUE Medical Lectures will commence, as
X ususl, on the 1st Monday of November and
tMn'..t Art 1 -I Q. , -.!.., nf 1S.MK
ItnujMis W. UCDirr, M. O. en Anatmy uii
Chsnlss Csldwsix, M. D. Inttilut and C&
Joes E. Cooks, M. D. TAesry onf Practice f
Wiuua n. UseiaaDsoe. M. D. Ohtlttric ami - -
Diteate sr Wmen and Children.
! CaaaisaW. Saoar, M..P. Materia MHca
' A ..&.'... J.e.u
Jamss Wtrraa, D ,D. Chemittrf and Pharmacy.
P1. - he Ticket to lb Anatomical and Buy.
wal mnna w -920 i .each, ef 4ha others KlJ. '
Marriculatiim wftU tha w (it xht Libraryr&'t
1 he Crsduation fee 20. . .
C. W. liHORT, M.
D. Dean. . ' . 1 '-'-i
; Isrihgtm,- A'y.'Augnt.B. 1828. -
liOftl or MUaA,
rilllE certificate of two liuns in the Capital
X Stock of the State Bank of North Cam.
line; for the renewal of which, application will '
be made to the Directory of said Rank at thj? '
appropriate time. JNO. U' UKKDERSO
.Arjwi SOfA, 1IJ28. 2$