Revolutionary Pemhki.-fll appears, fcy
frnm :: war uemnmeni,
copy ' whitn, in pi npmet unu.
been politely furnished us by the Hon.
Henry W. Conner, that the rale hereto
" fare poetised in admitting applicants to
ihe benefit of pensions, is deemed bf the
. mw Secretary of Wr, as too rigid, end
uneqa! in ill .operation. The following
rule will hereafterbe observed. 1st When
fhe whole property of the applicant con
Vista ia a yearlrjLnd fired income, (such
' s n annuity for 'fifir, bsqusU renCoT
hnrn-e uoon lands, or any other wcorpo
real right) which is not convertible into
,nifL ha ihiliabt'he deprite&QKpeo-
. sion r unless swsltleiwr fc?iee
i.fulLxrearJf pension of a aoldier.- In;
corresponding in principle, are hereby es
tablished.: 2. When the applicant ipror
" lands, f ucn other property as. he can
. jij pleaiure convert into money or capital,
- 1 3). ; h il r odt deprive him I ..of., the right
of pension, unless its y early proceeds,
eftimating them at ten fier cent on
its -.total -value, shall be equal to;the am
ount of a Full pension. J. VV hen the ap
plicant's property is mixed, and consists
of both species, he shall not lose hi pen
ion, unless tbeirjiggrrgato income, esti
mation by the. preceding tuTes, shall
amount to a foil yearly pension. --
Public tanti.Memorialj have been presen
ted to Congres from Tennessee, praying: that
the vacant public lands in that ptate, be given to
the s' te, or to the occuponti, f tqmtter t) and
Vbill was' accordingly brought in. It will be
Tecollected that North Carolina gave these very
.. A ..Mm '.limlld tl MtUM(1 17011 thm.4
""ttllSTrsi-Tn. t.v..a-yfaa. mauc mr wtiy,ngT
"""these ctalBTsr-But MrWke', m i ennesee.
nronosed an amenamcm, oy ww u-
pinta. or iq'iattfn, wer to be aecured in their
wnen 'ment, it mutt realty be e-n, was v.taJly
opposed to the interest of North Carolw, kr
vpu""vv v - " ----- - . '
doubttesi many of our citizens nave juk ciaira
tn thfse lands in Tennseef yei umauaiieuj
" , i , -A..... ilm. rf
Sfbe robbed he1r just Vnh
cket's amendment. In the debate which
nnir nUct h the House of llfpresenuuves, on
this bill. wn obterve that Mr. Curfn,ont of the
Jiorth Carolina deletion, opposed 1 Mr. Cr
et amen imcni. an runnn.u.ij; -.
ontrt tntn htwern the
nf vn-th rrj;.ian,l the United
States, when the f irmes ceded the
Iiese lands to
the latter. We shall puouiii
apeech, in a week or two.
Sir. Carson t
'SufieVfor'Ccurti. The Jttdge.s.oi.trie,
Superior Courts have made the following
allotment of the Circuits among them-
AVr, Norwood . Donnell
. n.,:. t ' - M.noiim
Wilminwttjn, Daniel ' Strange
... r .
'. The BaMmtrt-Jmeritany.ol thje ITib
sjltsays: A friend of .Gen. Harrison's,
ju." "Washington! desires us o say-, without
- " any 'reference 4he oienli of the late
capture of tbe Buenos Ayiean schr red
traU by the UmVd States ship Erie, that
)ie was not on board the Erie at the time
that event occurred- Gen. H. remained
at St. Martins with the minister from the
Netherlands, also a pus&enger, until the
.trie returned to that port, and const
iuenily cpald not have advised Capt.
Turnet, as has been stated in some of tbe
" " iltiiry. IJerrien aid Webster. A cor
tespondent of a Ualiiroore paper, in writ
ing from Washington, remarks :
For the Crs time since 1 have been
here, on Monday 1 had the pleasure
if seeing Mr. Berrien take the floor,
lie his acquired a large reputation a a
lawyer and senator. He has earned it by
industry and constant practice, aiming
- rr - much- more, at jhe accomplishments of
an orator,-than the emoluments of a prjrr
titioner. lie is a most accomplished &tn
- a(or,wantiig i nothinu but energy
His elocuiion is chavte, his voice soft, and
aweetly toned j his person graceful, and
.M gesture perfectly, easy and natural.
Though about the age of fifty, he'has the
appearance flf yuuthfulneii, bclaJilLol
(resh complexion, and, as I remnked at
the distance from which 1 observed him,
Sfithout a grey hair. ,
Whil I was contemplating Mr nemen,
the irreat man of the East, Daniel WeU
rjej.cameimo th -SeoaU, and .took, his
.. . ..... MH take tnts occaawaio ts."'
...... , ..W. ik.i
every one, speaking 6f the great man
01 tne ooutn aiways iyi
-while of the other, it, is always Daniel
Webster. This particular has obtained
o generally, that every ona knows the
christian name of Mr. Webster, while few
know that his great rival is John Md her
The Leg'rslaturo of Delaware his ap
pointed John M. Clayton a Scniior of the
United States for the ensuing sli years,
in the rootnof Mr. Ridgley. Mr. Clayton
received 19 votes and Mr Ilidgley 10.
1 Jafctf ron :' J. Bth3 arrival of tUSl
sVin Caledmia &t .N-w-York, English papers to
tne stn uec nave oeen reccucu. cy muc
news is found in thee paper. Efforts are mi
king to ind ice Mr. II Hkisson to return to the
cabinet." It is confiJent!y " slated that Lord
Melville will som leave his situation at the head
of the Admiralty. A reduction of the British
army is spoken of t by which it is thought a
saviny of one milltoaper annu-n, nny oe enec
tea. It J reported that- Hon Miguel, the Usur
per of the throne of Portua is dead. -.
Revolution in the City of 'Mexico.
The 'fast, tsilia; schoiner Shamrock,
Csptsirr Aei jnderi arried-at Bjltimore
on Wednesday last, in 22 dart from Tarn
inz intellieence that a revolt
whirh vaa succeeded bv a battle bet ween
,Z , r . '.. Z" f
ernment trobpl inner r jrtraHie pawir
Uri'A President of the Reoublic. The
jre'soltltVapesrs. -had Its origin In th
dissilfaciion feTO tlietrtMlif
rfefo at the Presidency. After a contest
ofo'diys, the loss on each side was near
Itr enuaU Perhaps 207 killed each day
Guerrero arrived on the third day with
fresh troops, and Rave an Impulse to the
action, which soon decided the, contest.
On the 4th and 5th,Casrrero and Zavala,
took active measures to stop the pi!U ,
by shooting and cutting down the thieves.
and they nave since cottccteu muci m mc
flrooertv. etcept what the officer kept
for themselves, Which would be the chief
nirt. They are tf :lri! most wisely and
trying to make up :he Administration
nearly as it was before. It consists ol
the same President and Minis-ers, except
Pedraza : ho, they cannot cct the Con
cress or Seriate to meet, and the whole
i - " ll.'BII.Wi.w
rn,,niryman urr ltmrea-iiUAmit
. M.,7jr before the veeTeRhTn-4
chor for Greece, that ha learns by per
sons imin-diately from tn'.t ountryj
that "t wo : thirds" of tne foreiiTflr eSd
in tne cause, nave 1 m i'en c uy ui
1 f M Qp gt j(c
0.jr General J irvis, rt Js
1 . . . . , .
Caoo D'ls rin is
: SaiQ. IS Ol uic nuui it.,
j administration, the people arc re,ur,l,r,K I
tQ ,k-ir former occupations rincvs
ceJej. ,n(j lne country is quite iranq lii
relurnej, and j5 now t-E,;i-
another iWn . vessel i bus it is
said, demands R5.000, ere he wi!' 'i it
the Greek flig Cpo.i her. Hal. Ucg,
.The Governor of Georgia states, in an
oflicial letter, that GeOTRtj Rank Stork,
which has at one time com manded 140 for
( 100 'paitf TnVTi i nW e'rmrte4 h.,xi4Ja
50. The FUnters' Bnk F'ork, wfiich
has been worth 140 : 80 p.td jo. i '
been worth 140 for 100, t no e,
himatcd t 104 to 103. The Uanen
Bank stock ha been sold wi'hin the last
year at fraction for 65 o id in.
iltn -altered i f V--JeZ S m all!
open communion 13 iptisi C iur h in the
city of New York, I tlely under the pas
toral -care of Isaac Chas, ha- berome a
Pr.chvterian. church, bv the adricr arid
consent of council of' Presbyterian miwu
tame Dividends. Tn? N. York Ocean
Insurance Co. have dec'ired a dividen.l of
sixteen per cent, on their capital n'ock
for the last six months, beiiile, we un.l.-r
stand of leaving a large surplus undivided.
rUar. The New York H rettsf
lowlcdges the receipt of Hvikx (NT v
knowledges the receipt o' 111 u-x
Scotia) papers to tht 3J ultimv 1 he
general failure of the crop of Wheal is
L - r, f . . kftvi.tr. i,.rlv tifllltf n l oe
confidence of tho agriculturists in me 111
ness of that climate for its culture.
We letrn that a friend at Washing
ton lately met Mr. CUv and addrrsscd
him in the language of the Spanish
l)an,. Mjy you live a thousand
ve.rr Clav. replied in his us ial ! ld
manner, "thl k ye. Sir, but as T j a
man of R irgain, HI omprunvsr for
half the time."' Hi'limorc Rrpub.
Dcccnf'.-T Kennebec Journal
calls ihr friend of "(Jen. Jackson.
TS.. rrlifrimia nanef 01 tnC Metn--
. r-r-- ... ,
disc Eniscopal Society, to ISew lork,
is extensively patronized 200 hands
rmoloved in this office 1 25.000
r r , - - ,
000 magazines for adults, 8D0 J0
venue magaiiaca, ami wu Y't-.Q.
An Adams paper, lately established
in Albany, thus announces its death :
Veterdav. Jackson was elected
President to-day, is thsnksgiving.
to-morrow, we shut up shop."
Two lawyers in Oakland county,
Michigao Territory, had some high
word in open court, and one of them
.n'.t mi,i of tobacco in the other's
face, The court took no offence
Xullai&tkihl:? has ttta tc-elec-
ted to the Senate of the United States
by the Legislature of Massachusetts,
or six years from the 4th March next.
President of Ihnvard College. U ihas
been officially announced to She Board of
Overseers pf Harvard. College, that the
Corporation have made choice of Josiah
Quinqj jate Mayor ol lioston, as rrest
dent of that institution. The Overseers
7. . . . -. . . 1
adjourriedWeting oa Th6rsdsy.
Mvantagen of Advertising. gentle
man of this vniaire informs us that the
wnicn oe taieiy aaveriiseu in toe vuruui-
l l t .'1' S'" "T V. -i j t
ttirind of -which -htv h4 previoualy, sold
none, a mounte4 ift -IiVe i&ori 1 s p IceJof bhe
month to more than three times as much
as the price of feis advertisement. He,
ting his tdyertisement six weeks.
- An estimated amount of damage by fire
in the citv of Philadelphia, during the past
year, is 85 000 dollars In the city of
N'ew Tork, during the sarhe period, the
toss is estimated at 680,402 dollars.
Central America. Tht New - York
Mercantile Aivirtiser, of Mohday,4ys
aen'leman is in town who left St. Juan
on the 1 3th of December. He state
mat the country in the neiebborhood of
Grenada nad become comparatively -tranquil.
Tae re had been a serious, battle
between the Grenadians and Nicaraguans,
in which vhe ! itiet were completely rou
ted. with consi'le-'ible loss. A number of
executions -for treasopj fee. had. tak.cn
ijsa.-3t--.jupport among any particular jwruuui
Disgraceful . Pro.Ve .; are f
informe l bv a centlcm -i " r i Hart-
ford, -Cana. that ..on.ithi.XY.S,
Tnursdiv, Janjarv 8, the elv o?
Gen. Jackson vas burnt p iiclv at
th.if place. What adds to the disgnce
n(.w, 0f lyjr,, Ja,
.-MicrneuV ia , Xhat .,tjh
s aeatn- arnvea ;
rums io the cm- r
i The contempt .
there a fe v hours previous
m isni fin nf the outrare
ana aonorrence o. P.s..u ,
to ay decencv, will rest on the per- (
petrators 01 mis act. I nai suui
scenes should occur in the " land of
steady hnbits," is indeed wonderful.
0 Connecticut, Connecticut ! Shame t
on thy degenerate sons !
That Mr. Clay has resolved o be a
candidate for theJPresidency, and desires
o.duifaSrjhe repuhlican party wTHTT
ttw o throw the election into lhc ) louse
of Representatives, is no Inner a matter
of doabl-" Art irtf ? llijfeol pariiean of bis
said. lew djys since in conversation, that
Mr Clay would retire to private rife Tor
a tinie "ind would be the candidate of his
Get. Jackson in'ends to be a candidate fir
re election, in which cae it wouM be use
less, for no one couid beaPthe Dif ftain.
U. S. Tt'egraph.
' 'Bistfe'sfing calamity .On the 1 3th in
stall', ihe dwelling house of Mr. N.uhan
ILrgit, in Person county, was consumed
bv fir-, an! M's Hargls, in attempting
to rx'inguUh the fire; perished in the
nr- name of 1. ..
office in Indiana, of
:u reported to the
I neral Post Offi e the amount f 9 cents
fr postal during lhe year ending 3 1 at
Thr Waterloo (Vcw York) Observer
says'1 Tnerr were committed-to our
ail in 'his vilNge, the other djy, a coup e
of mung ladies, for the delicate crime ol
Mrs Frances Hegleston died lately in
Virini-i, in the 1 30. h year of her age.
U et dissolution was occasioned by a can
cer..-. - -
in different kuclich uten si I s .
A man 'has been sentenced to pay fif
teen dollars, by a court in ProviJence, K.
f, for shoitlnhir neighbour's doHot
in the street. The dog bore s good char
arter. and had once saved the life of a
Child, by dragging ii ironi nc wn.n
.... 1 .' - . . . ..
received, h the House of HepreserHative,
from the President of United States, com
municating. the information which had
been called for, by a resolution of the
Home, relative to the arrest and imprison
ment of John Baker, of Maine, by the
British authorities In New Brunswick.
It was laid on tho tabic5, snd a motion was
mide for the printing, but as tbe docu
ments are very voluminous, the motion
w.sopposed, and the HouK adjou'ned be
forainy question wis taken
ft p y
A miser was lately found .lead in ram, ' flouf 8.25 to 8.87, 60 1 o, cacese j to j, r.-,t. , lo,c ; -;
on a lilthy bed. still grasping .he key of j .pplehra37, ?H , ,0, ,m(r J
his rofTers; he had hoarUed ou",uw , ' g ,0 f wUi,,ev 23 to'37, tallow 6. !ar, or thry will be barred or
francs 100,000 of which were concealed L' ,. . K.nk bl,u w lal0 percent, dis.
i tv BAtttAK ISJISIiC. .
-Sunday Schools. U is gratifvlr.j;
to find that the governors of our 9 truss
arc patrons of morals. 0'ir late
Governor, the successor of the t encra
hi. f irrifi in thf irnlfirl Sfatc ;Srrtatl!. I
Wrtulrl nntnermit cird narties In the P '
palace. .Oar present Governor, to an
" I ' - . 1 iH
invitation 10 visu) ar. oauuam owwwi
in the Presbyterian Church, (which is
chiefly composed of children of Baptist
- 1 . - . r
his Vtd .in the duties of the schools", as
fat jis he rfQuld Jo so,, consistency with
his duties of Chief Magistrate of the
State, has civerj te following answer :
laxateidiiL The office
. . . . 1 J -. J . 1 . UkaB A M .1 (111 LliC (Jl K UCL Ul I ll VUWI V"," . ........ ii...,.mitwww(imwj
which was conferred, under circuiri. .t kh. 1 baa oose tarale. Ii
stances peculiarly flattering, places me
in a conspicuous light bef ore my fellow
citizens, and consequently involves me
in deep responsibility. The responsi
bility will not permit me to neglect the
ordinary religious or charit blc designs
for the advancement of the christian
The establishment of Sunday Schools
in our country, I have long looked up
on as one of the most peaceful and
powerful instruments, which can be
wielded by the pious of every denom
ination, for the'advanccment of the Rf
deemer'a Ktogdom here ; and though
1 mav not have it in mv.nower at all
- - . . ' .
times to contribute in person to its
to its furtherance.
-I accept with . much .pleasure
S your I
visit the School tn the;
Presbvterian Church, and will do 89,
ff(-n as lean consistently with
rlntw anil niv :
. e xt r
0ju-,uns A9 (jf,Vrriior of N. Caro-
& denominations f Chris-
. ' .
with reat-personai respect, your
oh,,dipnt ,prv't. JNO. OWEN.
Rev. Th. P. Hunt'.
&ilitburti Prictt, Feb. !. Cotton (in veed)
I J io 2 crntf.- corn M to 25, pork 4 to 4.n hut.
tor H to 12, flour 4.50 to 5 per barrel, wheat 5fl
to 6Q, Irish potatoes .40 to 30, tweet do. '25 to 30,
K.Awn muir.r VI to 13. cone to to 4. Salt l.'s
io-tQjmcspun cl;Mto JiO w
25. Bacon S to 10.
htcon 6 to 8, each brandy 55 apple do 40 to 4T, , ''''JIJ'TORREJK'CVT'''
Mttfc.li to 20, curnJ5 to 40, flaxseed 90, flour , nQw rvin all( WM con,inuc t0 keep
6.00 to law r, niQia , yr iu, u . .
h w to f,K ul 0 a' 8, wheat- .36. h.kcy -5 ,
, tn i,n. hink notes 11 a 2 oer cent, nre -
nuum, uape rear, i j a
n ... 11 . d .ti....
Since our last, there ban been a. .pretty .heavy: sortiiiMi ol ... ..,. ''"?t
rival iraHrwri;ch hM-bwKhv-thd, pntrrr
wn to the above quotation. j All those imrebVdTine""uTiicira
CJuirlttien. Jan. Cotton ot to vi ceni,
flour 9 J, whiskev 26 to 10, bacon 7 to 8, tiama It '
best kind of baenifTOtOT, tsh 40 to 50. eml
44. coffee 1 1 to 149 . .iorin i.aronna ouna uim,
-. . ...... . :
Flow. Tlie sales of llaltunore ami I'hiladet
phia were fwm 9 to 9J, and of oanub n and
Columbia 7 to 8.
fWi-n, Ian. 24. Cotton 7j to B.50, flour O a
64 fjr that ma le at Camden mills, heat g
e n n 40. oati 30, salt 87.
Baltimore,. Ian. 15 Flour g8 to B-0, cot-
. , . ,i ''4 in ''5. harmi 1(1 to i. ! he is nre pare, i to uo
IUI1 I'J HI III w-ii - ..
Rkhmond, Vire Jan 2 .Cotton H a 9, flour above busm.irt, on fie shorten notice, am on
7 in 7 7", Wheat ! 45 to 16, corn 50 a SO, ba- ( moderate lerois. Aa hr ii-Wutls to crty the
eon6 .oV, brandv apple 30 to 3?, old peach do heat of Wrtrkmm. ami has m . apprentices. be
90 a 1. whi-key 29 to 29, leaf tobarco 2 to 9, j ha. no hen. aaw-K ' "(e
N..l. I rnliila Din, UIII1.J9 J i v vi 1 1 ... : j
f r'onrrir'JA- Shortest notire.
J rrj." Jan. 2.1-Oo.tnn- 7 to id, He respect fuUy loHelM sfjare o-' p,.e t
fl .ur 7 to 7 5't. apple bramly 40. peach do. I ronage i ami hope, by atnet attciKi.n. (.. usi.
45 to 75 aa t KI. tJ-cco .5V to 7.85. wheat j ne to (rain their Custom. No i-rr..,ii w,.l
I M whiskey 3.' to 31, N. Carolina bank b.lU be spared on hi. pari, to re c.r,l. , -at.s.
- o 4 Carolina 1 to ?. ieorKia 3-l)arien 5. faction to thoie who msy favor bint with tlu-.r
ftlumbi.i. S. C. Jan. J J. i;ot'fn o to vj,
H tn 4 V bacon ft to 10.
uh.at R7 to 100, corn 40 to 45, salt 87. ..North
Crt)lo.a Itank Uilli S to 7 per ceni. umr.i.ini
lieo'pia Km Hills I j to per rcin..oi uuni.
i h . i.. u ;-.... a i.H7:,.flmirf tol
t wheat XL bacon. fi.to. ..H,.aR..M 10 .ov.. V'it-J!."rnrr ",nt5J'"""'-' ",.7 "
re,drbr.;(lyk.p41. wh;,lJ., .-iJ-ilutat
i!t,Jan. ....V.ounn V". I
Mrmbhit,. rtnn. the. 1.1 Bacon o o, roi
irtT1'l" Tff.rtt ftrTur5.50too,rorn
oi ...in .,..rti l.ranilv C. to 73. SPPI6 UO.
30, wbiaVey 25 m 23
Gtcinnari. Ohio, Jan. S.-Cntton lij. fea
ther 24 cents, flawed 37 to 40, flwr 4.50 to
5 JS, Kenh.wa all 50 cents, pearh brandy 6-,
apple do. 37, whiskey 21 to 2.', tallow f, tobac
Ifr. 1 I
co 3 to 8 cents per In
Ln.i Cotton 8 53 to , com
0 to 45, beeawaa 27, BSCon wtw io.
f. "J ... . ... A 1. M ...
75, VhiAey-30toXl. app'f . oranor -I.
iTour rjKn'd'B. tbaoo to. 1 .1
A - II I A
6 50 to 8.50, cotton bW"IS mt'u of '"TP J
it 1 1 to 1.7U. oak tann'd sole leath.
er 20 to 25. hemlock do. 18 to 23. ham. 5 1 to 10
...i. in. .mU bramlv W to 40, whukey 25
ofi tf luh.eco j to 12. veuow oee.w.s a i
21 ....North-Carolina bank bill 4 percent
diount. Sooth Carolina 2), Ceorgia 4, ir
XewOrltan., 27.-lu.flans cotton? to
131fbitir7 ?Sto7.5Q.w,.skfy w.
SwnaKJ. .2.-C0't .n 8J J."
9 50 to 10, whMikey 28 to 3 ltcm 6 JB to 7
kires I0n. V v C- .'n ll
i i'.at" I '- - -
7": ; , M.wn 1 no, --
In this county, by the Rev. John Heck, on th
16th ult. Mr.-Jicob lloltsouser tp Miss Rachel
Erown, daughter of Mr. Jacob Brown. Ato, oil
the 22J, by the Rev. Daniel Sherer, Ir. Daniel
HMimw In Un. Fd'ifh KniniT.
W Surry onnty, on the Zth Dec, last, by tW
nv. Rir.h'd. II. Parke. Canti Ilenrv G. (lamp.
ton to Miss Charlotte T. Doby, daughter of Maj.
Wm. Ooby, dee'd. of South Carolina. Also, on
the lith ult. by the same, Mr. John Fardue, of
Wilkes county, to Miss Itlunly AustHt, ilaujhtef
of Maj. Austill of Surry county. Also, on th
Sit-UeeuJjsUJJr, Thonws Johnson of Iredell
to Kiss Sarah Carter7tiT!jtrrr
Carter, of Surrv. A'so, on the 22d Dee.
Chaffln. Esq. Mr. Chrpj Jolinicn to Miss GiPy
Sisk, daughter of Mr, ll.-n Siik of Surry.
QjT Vrof North CaTolin
and.others, ve Susannah Johns and othera.
the hiphesT bidder, that vatuable tract vlt tarA
and Plantation, lyinff in Itutherford county o
both aidei of Green Hlver Where the Road to
Milla'a Cap crosses the said River, now in occu
pancy of James, M'Kinny. Toe, tract contains,
it W supposed, about tCOO acres 1 of which, '
larpe proportion is dry swamp, of a qualify.. els,
celled by none on tlie River. On the tract ara
ijood orchards of fruit ; and ndjoininp it, is
moit excelltnt ranjre for stock. It is advan
tageously situated for a TViKern, and has beets.
valued at from 60t)0to R8000. . . . ..
Terms of tale ! purchase money to be paid Til
three equl instalinents, at 12, 18, and 24 months
with interest from the day bTsalei and to b
aecured by bond, payable to me, with anprovedt
securities 1 no title will be made till the pay
ment of the pnrchaie money, and then only una
der the direction of the Court. '
JOHN T.. HENDERSON, C S. C.
JtalAgh, Tan. 24A, 1829. 1 , 5t56
, - v1j.v..,.m" -- ,
tlie day, or wek. He is able bodie ;
600 Nftgit oV Yoxkv
.f7LL'i:Jil?, in email, hori : aUo, 300 w eigliS
' ; - .' " " ' " ,1
.1 rin-tt hjic
V.wwAta 'VpnAiM VVtrAtP.li
'rTn ake charge of a School in or Vrarl
X vii'e : Apply to Thn,.. A. Alliao
Jamci J'Kmjrht, in StatesviUe.
.,. 25, 187); 2t53
- r. -o..-rr.
nrar 8tates T
Kes at Uenan,
IT UNUSTI.Y' request those indebted to
J them to make payment : the nature of
their busineM preclude the possibility of Air-
! ther indulgence than till February court 3i5
WlNtl associated himself with JLrttns If
liution, of Fayetteviile, as part.ier in
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Uev;ile. and A. T0BRF.MGC fk Co. in Salisbury.
M h , -pBj;w M,ort,neiU uf
. . Groceries
JJ'! bOOUS nn'Himrvnr.s,
which they-nffer ff cwA. Also, a large aSY'
picae calt and settle tn?ir arroums.
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Jan ...... 51 ,
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CuMuct .MaVdu'A Uvvajnesft.
Rr.SPF.CTFI'I.l.Y informs the cilinnof SU
isbury and its vicinity, th he has com
ntrnceil the Cahinrl Making Hutineu, in the
Shun formerly occuoirtl Hv Mr. I'eter Kiider a
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a shoe nop. u.ijmnirnj ir jh.ci .s.itm, ..,r,o
ftl! SIIMIH ,11 Will ft III HIT?
N. I). tiood Walnut rlank will be
in pat Pv for work
January 19, 4(54
Jninr. iniuis hintt.
V.T r.. ...... t ....1 m.W. .
ajrml mm! RaUlc
time preribed by
S.1LE OF PROPERTY.
Tfr Ti' i" T - P" '' lg reideneo &f
the decesd, on W'cdnrsJsv, tw-lotb Uav U
February cnuiir, and continue from day to day,
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until all is sold. II.Hle-IU)IU ami nncnrn rr,w
tore, amottic whkb- Uaatscctlcnt I'tano lorte,
Kaminr ttenwl. a quantity of Con, Hay ami
s . . m . . at -
tl. Lr kc. A. credit of twrl months will b
P.u,l.r 70 op .40 hle Ol I.OMOII. IIOW1,
..j '"-wyv.wly,,Mpi,vja . ; i
fitejf I"?: purchaser glrlng bowl ad aprwovod ,
Nerws. noa r. Mclvf..NIK..f Wr. . " ,
ii ..u lure, at tne oi" , u,i ,hj
k LI. persois arc forewarned from trading for
note ir hart I, Tor one bundled d illsr?,
Kiveii hy me to Timothy Matey f South Cnro
lioa, Uuion nistuct, dated in Auifu', pur
porting to be dtic the lint day i.f My 18.8, as
iKt. rmined no', to pay UlJwitc, it bi g
(Stained from me fiwid'llently. ,
3til WM I UM WHF.MN, fjC.
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