IV elding number of fron' Herald "
wd the Mtoeing poetio eTuaion, Kicb b
rplcte ith correct ifnitmrnl.
fttUafOt! Wf M Iff
fit to g church bdv,
T tak il'ii a I f'rtv
And rn irwnnrrow't ton r down .
Re dealing iciivUI through Ihe town.
ftot evert ttnctimoniou face,
JffVM tht Certain Mi(T f aw
A nhii. that eeeme K K.nf I at
Tft veils hypocrity within.
M la not fa mark our dutr'i walk,
- Or a our t to rood
A4li to. pr'if secret e rime, -Ti
n-w for sect or creed to WW
Ami cn ear irl toe ruia m ngm
. Whra ill we ith it. at the bew.
. .1 . V - - 1 It., ....
. TW not to wtr the Christian's' drees,
""And bve H nvtnkina! pruf' .
v; And fat apln.ttjtoj;sji "r 4oor
AH not religion mean, not tint,
Itt fruit far tweeler, hrt r ia,
la heavenlvtoil alone it thrive.
Ami more than bloaaoma where it Ere.
IteRginn ! Vi the rule of Ufe,
The W of love, the of atnfe,
IU precept! thie, " to others do
At you would have then do to st."
It jfae to hear an ill report,
Ami $cmi with hnman woe to spiwt t
Of others' deed it apeak m ',
JJut utle of food, or elte ie oU
Am! doee Retiti it.'. Import J
Oh ! mav our eoura he influence court '
Wavte, liule. Hie brich itie rtiiiful Uy,
Vfbcu the kU eo-tk t1itl own in
i I Kni let I
, L no i
l&udl weHtned ptr!ot be firjt'i.
Who tiiente ortifn ir r.
fluff we trot to mnr efV4 u ooi..
Jjo, Jeckton it the nun. my itit.
The mat of fifted irind.
MTell ke for our president,
T Avid kmg Sjruf -- -
Then let ut drink to Jackwn'e hcillh
terrrd ui well "n l"nf.
hit oeme from eery !,,
frtejo eve org.
fn Jaekton til the people find
A her brave irtd inir,
And ene who wi'ff '.h'tr righlt defend-
Not M With Johnny Q.
t'et, Jt -ktnn it the mn, iry deir,
i Th man of noble mi ni,
1 tThotl be the ffl' president.
In eighteen twenty nine.
tlie noble, wiee, the jrrett tnd rod,
In Jackon tre cotebin'd,
The man of common trnie tnd truth
And one of generao mind :
Then Adamt moat five up, my dear,
"Te Ve V fuller did . ..
-: - dtp ff ianj Syiu. C.
-ft b t iMM eooiohng.promite, that If we
ieek firat the kingdom of Hearen and iu rijt-
tjmwtja, ail other (h'mgt iiutl be added.unto a.
Fear Hha ye uin and you will then
Jlae nothing elte to tear 1
Make jron hit terietyoir delight,
Yor wanU tliall be bit care.
P. S. I tnmk U crtl.arJ gri( an
Iruler'l every kintl, U more certain W
lit oq gray Un l than any other.
ri rifet't ' airtiw. -
Tht TanLct.K Yankee i 4t
kee over the j;W tod you might
v.. a - Kim. If vim met him oo the
" ------ ,
mountain of the m on 10 tie min
utei, by hi natl maliijr. U'e love and
honor him for ir where It U not car.
ricd to 1 Minding; prejudice. He re.
member . hii chnol houef the pecU.
liar diiciplioe in "whichhe w reared,
the place where he played, tlatrd, aod
bk the d Inr ie Withe morning of, l fe,
where Tre Wiihei of W? .fowfMhtfiJ
and where he wm baptiard, and mar.
ricd. ...Wnerever he tradei and tr.
fica,' on dlatant icai, nveri, r moun.
taioiplje'trill only forget hta .native
accents and. hit natal tpot. when hit
which he baa aurh jnur)4rwjredcey
lebrny. Ftint'i Wmiern Review.
IT Rtaa iUKMOMO.
, rilllll tirgart eetablwhrnrnt, ailiiated
ffrrtl 1 at the np-th rumer of the Court
," I l.llowte. hatba recently repaired and
fitteifuji In a new an i wperior aiyle, for the re
eeption of Company. He freatett paint hart
been taken to procfit for thit eitablwhnMnt
new furniture of evtt ileacription, necetMry
for the comfort of Trarellen 1 the mot ap
proved arrvanta havbcea aelected with grea'.
care 1 the bar ateckcl with choice liquora, and
the atablet attended If obliging and attentive
ho ten. The eonrftience of thit tituatioo it
equal to any in the pkee. The bouae contain
I number of private noma, ami oat-boueea, well
e Irritated fir theaeMmoiUtuHi 0 Travcllert
M rToerdere Attacbel M tllich, Jllvere, ie a
Urv Uoodt an4 rok tor.
to tho h ay ptcaae to eal) on bin ho
eeirt the at that no junt .will be epare! to
render thWr ttt'cemiortable ami plraaing. m
Sat'ibury, Srfl If. II2T. . t3 """'
anhtcriber baa jual returnrd In mi the
rili, with at good an a wort mi-nt of
Jewelry , Watchet, Sher-Ware Ur.
at waa eer itTrred fur aale in thit plare 1 hit
Jewelry of the tatrat Importationt, tnd the
moet raaliionablo and elrgant kinda to be had in
any of the Northern Citirt 1 elrgant Gold and
Silver lricKf plain Do. 1 lie, tie. And in 1
few dart, he will receive a very elegant aaaori
ment of MHlart 'b. Alafl, all kindt of Sil-
eewM'aw, krpt constantly on hand, or made to
order on abort notka. A II of which will be told
lower than auch goodt wrre ever diapoeed of
before In thie place.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and
examine Ihete goot their rkhnraa, elrganoe,
and cheapneee, cannot fail 0 pleating tboae who
with to buy.
All kinda of n'tnhft RrfuirtJ. ami warranted
to keep timer the altop i. t0 U.joni bctotr ttf
eoart-hooae. wa Main-eirt. . . .
. KOBERT WylNX."
1 1 K aubKnber hu removed from the
houae formerly owned by Capt. J
occupied by Mr. David Porter, in the eaet end
of the town 1 where be will continue hit TAV'
EHX. Me einctrcly tbankt hit frienda and
the public for the patronage heretofore eaten-
ded to him 1 and be tuliciu the coutinuance of
He pledget hit unremitting attention to hit
bnaiooa. ami ki'idiitaato tboae who may be
Dlraaed to eU upon turn. 13
The Southerner. 'The Southerner
it auch over the whole globe. You
may know him by hia olive or brovt
complexion, on which the tun hat
looked in hit wrath. You may tec
tn hit countenance the tinge of bil.
iout impretl, and that he hat inhaled:
m'taima, and breathed morning and 1 WHITFIELD KERR
evening fogt. You mjy note in hit j S.'ainulle, Irtdtile. .V. C.,ifil A. 1828
. , lift
peculiar gate, ana in ni tree anu 101
ty port, tha he haa compared himaelf
with ao infcri ir race of human bcingi,
a. ihi.ii km, mitrn nrinre niffl in
. . I ., . ... . , ; 1tA. 'IHtK tobeenber rea'i)ectfully in
their daily tak. Ilia generoui ois- mji. I frA.Ki. fnawfbla mewl haw axttk
rrgird of expense and ccon mv as he ?jf i'? fM-Nyf that (, bu opeiudt
travel! i hit ftpirit, adeni and vet gen
' r., m ... a. - . - '
n WING been abent on a ira'anrvTa.Trne
paat tummer, reanectfully Inform bit old
aaert V, dee'd. to the bouae lately i niatomere and the public generany, that be haa
Good maris Hotel,
sian or the golosh ball.
a ia . h a a . a .
. V l- "- V etir.W.Tirjiiitangy.reeand
Order for work from a d atanee, will be thaok
tr a) the houae lately occupied niiiv receiveo, and puciuaiiy a'temieu to, ac.
. . a j ...1 ... b 1 1 a a rvuuff a-arvatr
ment, and yet "difficult to- devrib-, iyt ae kept ready, ft
mrk him even to an un jhservant ee,
ai Southerner, in the ttrcett of New
returned home, and returned hutine. ehich
during hiaabtence waa conducted by bit partner,
rhey continue at the ahop formerly occupied
by R. Templeton 1 and are fumiahrd with the
Tarit and London Pa.bion, for Iilirt and Gen.
tlemca. Tbete fa.hiont have been more ren
erally admired and adopted by the But Tan of
the Northern Citiea, tl.an any hitherto received 1
and hbourh it require more than uaual akill
ami loaf to give tnemitir eject, yet the tub-
amber pledge themaelvea that their rircution
of them ahall not be aurpatNtl in the Union.
Ladie llabitaand Pclircea, and fientlemen't
Clothinr, will be made up at price lower than
tuck warir wat ever heretofore done, in order to
. 1 0 . .
I comorrn 10 ine unrumpicu irrurc of ine
Bk umea. ,
'11 Ut reel. fi. ate ,4 Ln .l4,r, , j. .
L Mock of the Mat. l.k ut N,,rtB
hnai f.r the renewal of which, eppUV.ij,,,',,:,.
be made "o the D.reetorv of a.,,) u,, ,, '
appropriate lime. JNO. L lir..M)F.KtO
AnfuttWih, tens. jjij '
Trolttr k UunUnxton,
Watch and Clock Maker anJJnveUm
CHARLOTTE, N. C. '
n.VE luat received an elegant aaaortment
of anklet In their linet which they will
tell very low for caah, or to punctual euatomefj
' a credit, ay All kindt of W'atchee repairtiL
tnd wtrranted lo perform Well.
M 34 1828. jj
"rS'.'" - bio oineere trtankr fo '
k - PM'lie for the liberal '
vT"ehcoiiraeeminr I.. k.. ...
iMW. aViLeelvetLind havinr enl.
f V - -Nr'f hit Shop, and mjar .
i..'.-iiT3 r fcMd Pewoureda'
' ' larre aint)l nf it.. 1 .
mafrrlala. It now prrpared to mt all kintla
and on aucb terme at the banlneea of tb
timet will Juatifyi and ae low aa tu K.
chaaed any where in the State. All
arranted for twelve monthn and all klt. -e
Cerhogae. repaired at the abort eat notice.
Order from a diatanco tbankfull
and punctually attended to.
Creentkwet' Sept 13, 1828. 6t40
cording to directiona.
RII.AS TF.MPl.f. ION,
hi pr jud preference of hi own coun- me.l.a'eiy oppoeite til Court llouae. I he rvHiC,y'
trv, hi, peculiar dialect, hu reclTesiTTrc may "rely on hti:imteaertMnlofe4ei .u T ,
diarcgard of consequences, and a va. hi' 'nt'n.mrnerrt eat rf.eory , every particu.1 UT I UOtAM 1. JQ.tllMOtlf
g , " , lar. lie wiabea the 1 atelier to call and judge 1 0 "I f N VINti tlTiCted the object I
rtcty f miaed uaus, aeen in a mo. fbi,r. Pri,e wm, fofCuniBet ff U . i.icl, he declined hi. prof
To tlold .Mlntrs.
(l(TVTi b, f"" WtHhtr, jut received,
UslALf and for aale, bv fc. fu.F.V k C?.
. ufwy, jvnf
TIIK Mbecribera having qualified aa Adminit.
tratoraontheeaiate oi Amlrew Daird, dec'A
late of Hurke county, deeire ad peraooe indebt.
ed to taid eatate to make payment with at littU
delay aa poaeiblei and tH beraon harinr rl.lr.
tgainH the eftate, will preaent them legally an.
tltenticated, within the time limited by not of
Aaienbly, other ir. Ibia notice win k. nu.j
bar of their recovery. - '. : ; ftf '
Septmhe, 1828. W M. L UAlnD,' Vrr'
JOSEPH GOOD it AN.
Camin, 8. C. VAJ9. 1828. tit40
' aillKiVtluabU Mill, .rwt t.A.
W Vi tner,7 P'operty of o.
ljaner, lec'il. are offered for tab
profri State f riJ arbita 1
oijkl butine. team mrp hia aer-
vieee to the citizen of Charlotte 1
adjacent country, in the practice of
Medicine and Surgery.
, . Jled.u'y cooaider the preaaure of the timet,
ami will make hie charge accordingly.
.Sei. IIT28. 3t36
and 1 if I arawtwa,- 1B2S Governor, to the uae e
5 Cents "UewtittA.
y the ht purchaeer. 1 bii land
lie on lu ili'iian'a creek, 4milet ea4t of Mocka. '
vine, adjoining ine O.K Murotord tract, and it g Bov, br the name of Andrew Kee.hr, on
equal to any land f Hoaan county, witb a Urge j Sunday the 28th "mat. The taid apprentice i Stale f Vrtk.( urUna ,
pnipomon ui wjpfrn.r mrwio , uc na are tDnut 17 )ean of age, atout made, ruddy com.
Tl .K a ay from the tubacriber an apprentice
Irwin and Vorwood. "re. the helrf at law tif Wm.
AlHaoni aci. fa. Ordered by court that pubhea.
tion he madr ait week in the We. tern Carofi.
nian, for Joaeph Alliai.n, John AlTiann, and An.
drew Alllon,heir at law of Willianl Atliaon,
deceatrd, that they appear ami anawer 'o aaid
tcire facias othenriae judgment will be entered
up araiiiet them.
c-'jy imac atrxaaora
i-Jf en i norirte n4 aaa et iiva . m nil taaatean avamaaw aa eakaaa '
ejn nfi viviua.uuit' "'ru aaca hw at e J
giKd and increaaing run of cuvtomi the water,
pow er can very conveniently be nude to drive
any kind of Machinery. For other particular,
ami tr rnn Apply lo fhowiat D tiibba, unt of
tbe proprietor, on At preraiae.
i - - . at t" . Turk if It r nana
f KCKLEVBUHO Cotintv Court 1 Auruat
fieiion, witn black hair. He it tiippoted to Iff. anaiona, IMJS. tiovrrnor to the uae of
are gone to Lrxiegton, or Linculnton i and John Irwin tf the beiet at la of Wm. Alhton,
the above reward will be riven to any one wffr decd.i aci. fa. Ordered bv court that nuhhr.
tt 'l.. a a .
inr ij irutct irofB on- '.ion d mtvic mx eat in Mm
I '""ITnih! hungry Bona lack their prey,
I Tl Lwi tbaJifuwljrojridc
1 For inch as put their tmrt in him,
I . And ae. tjieir need tupplied."
i 1 i
...j . . I J
We are authoriacd to tar that an.
other Presbyterian Clergvm m in thit
St.ite, Virgini , haa offered ihr Miina
gers of the Am. Colonization Society,
all his slaves to be transported to I.i.
beria, as ion as their fundi will ena
ble them. The estate of this Clergy
man consistt almost entirely in hit
slaves which arc estimated t be worth
t - .i - t . . l j r if
irorn inrcc in lour mousana uonart, i
He ii laborinf without a aalarv. in Vine
of our wide moral wastes, t make' PE rCR M XF.R
known to ihe ignorant and the thought-i ' JACOB 8 AN ER.
la th iin.rrliKU rlrl.-. r f PKrl.r ' f , 1J i UAHHN kVtt
-rL .r t . , , ,. . fc .. . . . -, - -v'fial a'taebmnrtl levied on 40 acre of MnitJW. .JVfk.r-r.a'iMr-Thia
larnhre nl nrnnrrlv nA A,Ur- K It - Anntkee tract, bclnnsnnr to Petri fii ' ........ . 7"" vu J mi' olfl
. . r. ; - - nV. ;wqioining ine aanua,oi ,onn uiemroonaano otn-B f-i-KI.KXBLkD. rtjnt Cotirt . : A.i
tion Of himself to the coae of .K. a o the ejour, that .he;defc.: AlS? 'J
deemer, i, worthy of imitati... Such """'ZZe ?5& ! "2.? l?!!"!? ftw k JRmj, t at law .of Wmr
Aiiiaon tcira. tiraereo oy me court lhat pub-
licmlion be martM kic in ah. !:..
appear at the next term of taid ! Carolinian, for Joaeph Alliton, John Alliaon and
will deliver him 'o me, living '
iebury, on tbe water of Hack Creek.
; Oct. 4. ra, 3u7
John Cemmont t r. John Mathewtit
...an a . 1
rVIDSO County Court, Angiiat
I r is.-
he Weaiern CaroH.
nian, for Joaeph Alliaon, Jihn .lliaon. and An
drew Alliaon, heirta' law of William AUiaon.de.
ceaaed, that they appear and anawer lo aaid
acire (aciaaolherwiK judgment will be entered
up tgainat them.
639 iiAic AlrXtvDta c af.f.
r i e j i . T r . i oruerca mai puuncanun DC mane in me All ma i acifk.
-acta Ol henehcenrr. nrnmh pd hv ..ir W k Ana rt buxL . . ... nmaoni aciia.
QT Virginia, to bi friend in South-Carolina.
Dear Friend: In reply to thy in
quires respecting my experience i:i
the cultivution of Orchard Grass,
I can atate that I have had it fur sev
eral yeara and 'tis my decided opinion
that it it the most valuable gfass 1 have
Been, bettcr-for our dry cliinatc. than
any other specie. It keeps green,
and of course affords pasturage, and
that of excellent quality, during the
whole summer. I have a variety
of soil on mt f.rm some being gray,
tome of chocolate colour, some ret),
and some dark. My land is generally
pretty etiiT, and on this kind the or
chard grass, and indeed every other,
succeeds beat. It is not ttpt to live un
of its being more liable to be thrown
up by the frost in the winter. On the
light land- it is more-apt to perish by
the drought during the first summer
but wherever irrurptvej thefirst
eas0njjt . will continue to live through
all -weather and all grating" The
aubaoit or fourdatir-n r.f mv land U
mostly a stiff, tenacious red clay the
rest is a mulatto clay which is gtntr
IIv under the gray land I have usu-
aratety a may pen u tne purcnaaert a men ; r,1i..j
n iiKcwiae nrw raie mnu. n-.w.r. r.mlini.n ..k. .rr. Mi.tf f.'
to. ennst, shall not t0 unrewarded AU ul ba whla lot adlnmnr the town of aaid defendant to anoear at the next term of taid '
Thrr are reeistfted in the annuls ,f , M'kaulle, wntaining ten areaof land, with a eoqrt, to be behl in Leiington, the second Man. j Andrew Alliaon, heir af.frw of William AIHi
Heaven antl will b tcMtoteh anainrrttorrpiev, , deeewed, tbar theX appear and anawer to a.) "
, , .... Triwmmv ii.rucn u i.im iimucnj ...w or wu i and piean, omrniK juuemcm w ill nw- laacn .
that A.v uLn ( -,, .k.ll ik. n.... i-.- - . . . " .t.'.h::'L i i r - i.1' .v
..... . jui(j. mt i iow, o.i iccomniixijiiiijf leina. ippijBaaouTe.iagaiaBOimoyoei.uii. otv
secreta-of-alt heart bv-JeeuS-Chria. I r : i DAVID MOCK, e. f. e.
aeire taetaa uhera ie jmlment will be entered
6'39 ISAAC AtVXAKDta.C AT f.
roatoaTie br rat. irait tocr.
The folkwme frls whiclv we
-f St tV atafAVa.a,l CnrJitm
AVl'a.quaUted nlovember conrtJa,-t yDSoN iJuMwuimlj
ujuminiiL'tri w .c w -j. i, Benton tnemmont rt. John Mat-
David Craige. Ue of Rowan county, dee'd. we"
lew hours, and what remain rnnaiata
- "-allrcnriMh'aemm :alt!aayer fe
and indeed only trial is on the young
plants , during the first summer. 1
cannot entertain my doubt that it would
do well if sown in the fall in Sou'n
Carolina, because their winters are si
mild as seldom to suspend the pro
gress of vegetation j and the plan
would thereby get sufficient rot to
withstand the drought..
fttonts, Cut Vlock, &c.
X S'OCir PHILIPS k JOHN HOLSHOUSER,
i .L- e i iw tr
Hampshire Gaaettc, afford n answer mke pavment with aa little delay aa poeaiblej
t tht inquiries of a correspondent on and all oeraont having claim again! tbe ettate,
thu subject. 1 istter.
Iu M.y last M. J. Fontenelle read
in the Academy of Sciences at Pans,
a memoir on the spontaneous combus
tion of the humm body. M, F, et
ublished-inaintestibly..thc reality of
the phenomenon, and rclites fifteen
observations of spontunrous human
combustion. Most of the 15 persons
who took fire spontaneously and were
consumed, were women immoderately
addicted to the use vf spirituous li
quors. In all cases the body and vis
cera were burot, while the feet, hands,
and top of the head escaped: tbe com
bustion takes place in those who are
the prey of a wbleni interoal heat the
presence of a twrniog body.is not. ne
cessary to produce spontaneous com
bastion, and water, so far from extin
giiishing the fl tme, seems to render it
more activr the-fire does-oot-buniH
combustible objects placed near it
two persons were consumed at" the
same time, in the same apartment,
without burning the furniture or the
iptrttneot the body consumes in a
Vote f ytrih-l'arKna :
Ifc 1 TU U.VBIHG Cwin'y Coetrt : Aoinan
UmLaljOM.,ng .-IU Jade.af Jno. Clcmmon. , fe w
defendant ia bevond the limit of the state, it i i
acuiaint the public, that they make, of
the bcit of rock, and of a superior grit,
Window and Door Si7
Steps, fcrc. j
Of every description, worked in the neatest i
manner, and afforded on the loweat poasible
pav ment. Ail orders for
- . . . r i ri ii v. yiiiiiBii. .in 1 1 i r . r r rirm. I H.rwi
- - - . - a - r
w nght, tay V. Vox, Hetay
Cox, tike heirv at law of John
near at our next Novem'r. coun-
appear at the next term ol aaul . , , .. .i . ' ,. . r..- .
emirt, to be holder,, n Lesmgton. the tecoml ji(,trrBen, ,ccorJillg ,0 Klre f.ei.a will be Uken
Monday in November next, then and there to "ngt xt.m
replevy and plead. other iae judgment will be s' fi ...,,,.
taken againat him by default.. Ml 39 AtEXAWPta. f. M e.
DAVID MOCK, e. d c. 1 s, tf XenK-i nrbna :""
'CKLF.NRUHG Cctjnty Cirt Augutl
... ... ..... -I,--- uricniiam 11 ucvonn me umna or me aiatr, n ia I tvmirli ik,i,!,l.
preient them, legally atteatecl, within the I ordered that publication be made in the Wea. i 2 .
e prewibed by act of aajenihly. otberwt ern CkronM six weeka aucccnivcly. for aaid r ' ,TJ
notice wdl plead In bar of their recovery. dl.(erHtnt to ippf ,r the nMt ,crm cf .j ". CJ PPe
Sinte tf Xnh Carolina .
D .iS ? Y rt'. Uff.'. vWonof A. and A.lloyle, t. Andrew Clark, Sample) ,
1828 , Jacob Saner re. John f" f Alexander, and the Executor of m. Allium,
original attarhment, lev.ed on 40 acrea of knd, , rfcCd , ,hU it ippe,rinF to the aatiafac
a,o.n.ng the UmUof Jno. Clemmona and other., m ftf ,he cor1f Jl)ftffh Allien. John Alfi.
It appearing to the court that the defendant ia
beyond the limit of the atate, it ia ordered that
publication be made in the Western Carolinian
aix week' (UTcrwircly, tor aaid defendant to ap-
and mod trade, at eah prices, taken in i pe,,r at tin next term of laid court, lobe Itolden
7. " . - .a .-..
cut or pick'd nick, will l in Lexington, me second Monday in Ko'
be thankfully received, and faithfully attended to,
on application to as, 7 mik aouth of naliwury.
- ENOCH PHILIPS,
Sept. 30r1838. " 357-
DRiriXtS TO FA TETTF. Ft LIE,
T ILL find it to their advanUge7trT0nat
-ft. -the W4QW TARD, where every eon-
body originate from a degeneration of
muscles, tendons, viscera, &c.
which gives rise to new products of a
ighly combustible nature, the reacti-n
of which determines the combustion
vf the body. Alcohol contributes with
other causes to prodoce this degener.
-.- - - ... i
venience ia provided for Man and Florae, to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 25
cent a day and night, for the privilege of tbe
Yard, the ute of a good house, fire, water, and
shelter. . Attached tot the Yard, are a Grocery
and ProviaTon Store, bread Shop and Confec
tWury.anil lloute for Doardera and Lodgers,
iti "a ' plain, cae'tiVleMmilm
able tryle. . . - : .. 09.
CommUteA to e JftU
AkF Monteomery county. N. 0. on the 3d of
September, 1828, 'a negro man, wbo tayt
hit name ia LEWIS, and belonga to a Mr. Bel
chef of Columbia, 8. C. He ia 5 feet ?j inchet
hiirh: aomewhat afueted with paint in tn
thic-hs : aayt he is between 35 and 40 year old
The nv ner i requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charge, and take him away.
A, FOREST, Jtftff.
next, then and there to replevy and plead, other.
wise judgment will be taken agauwt him by ue
fault 6t40 .
DAVID MOCK, c. d. c.
BOOK- Bl N J)IN6 ..
THE aubacriber reipcctfulljr informs the cit
Isena of ftaFisbury,' and the surrounding
country, that he hu eatabliibed a Beth Bindery
braid town, on Main Streeta few iloors south
of the Court-IIouie where he will be thankful
to receive any kind of work in hia Kite of buaineas.
From a number of year experience, in Europe
and America, he feela confident of being able to
give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa.
vor him with any description of Binding.
Blank Bk made to order, after any pattern
furnished, on ahort notice, and at price which
no one jM-jprmpwyyr&iZzZ
uut 7eaJr icebound, eitner plain or ornamen
tali ;n the moslnw)deneTreiTAl;eer
ronage of the public it repectfully aoticited, by
their obt servt JOHN H. DE CARTERET.
SaKibiir9t Aprjl MA, 1827. 62
Cotton "Xorii. '
i j fiOR sale, whaleeale md retail Srrv Corrnx,
1: JL Number to 615, inclusive, at the Factory
prices, from Fayetteville. Apply to
J. MURPHY, .'fenf.
SoUtbaj, Jlay 5, 182B. 14
ton, and Andrew Alliaon, heir at law of Willnv
Alliaon, deed, are not inhabitanta of Una itate. tt
ia ordered by (lie court, that publication be made
lix week in tbe Western Carolinian, that the
partiei aforesaid tppear at nur next November
county court, knd then plead or replevy, other
wiee idgment will be entered up against them.
6r39 ISAAC ALEXANDFB CMC. "
ComtnUteA to te 3aV
OF Meckltuborg county, on the 22d day ot
"A pril, 18311, a tiejrt wamnn tiamed vthanav-
who taya the behMg to a man by. the name of
John Herren, who live in Dnplin-cownty, N. C.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, piTargero4 take-bar Atav.-
CommUttA to ti Ja
OF Wilket county, a negro Itoy, who tayt hit
name it RILL, belongt'tn F.iekiel Trot
man, of Alabama, aiid n sway below -Fayette.
v'tUe... He-is JiceL8jpr.ch ,,ifJhv"re'
made'i rathrrllght eoirMttd. between 2? and;;
9 v- nlil t un Trtlfiiitur mark nerceptibfe
. . I . 1 lsl .
property, pay pnarjecs, ami ic --
N. ft. Since the above wa published, the
fellow aavt his name i Daniel, and that n Pe
long to William Fowel, of Kichmond connt.v,
N Carolina. CMARLF.S PHELPS,-
Wilkethort', May 30, 1828. 19
IjjiOR land sold by order of writ of renfltHpfn
ciponnSj for ssu"l at" tVu effir..