.i.r I.-, mw.
west , i sjjusssw- --i-
Cni'ir' Four of the sis gentlemen
circled t' e ncxt from Connecti.
cut, ire "e w mf 3,,,ert v (t W. Hllsworth, lUlb
J. Ingersoll, Jbra W, Huntington, Hoyt Hsr.
,f, William U Btorrs, ami hbenezer oung,
it t!) members recently elected, Mr. , F.1I
.narlh V believe, Ta Jackson man. Bo It wt!
i seen, that even In trntnectKutTUiey er
' fcvlnp down tb weapons of their opposition
md Rhode I'Und .have given in their full eilhe
, and we trust tbe day ti not ditan he
wtr welcome the whole of New f.nl.fkl
Mr. "Pleasant M. Milkr, estate solicitor, tr
"tonesae who wu en early advocate of Gen
"iuXiotft election, baa come out in the paper,
ind declared be cm no longer euppon mm
Tbe causeof bi epostacy, no doubt, i. bis re.
eemnr office!' Thia shows that hit up
rtt mercenary. Puch men ought to be
Cen. Samuel Swartort has been appointed
collector f the. customs fr the port of New.
york i end MaJ. Mordecai M. Voah, the able
'and factious editor of tbe New York Enquirer,
mrreyof of aad port i it ia a M. fat hinh." UV
rejoice tluV Mj. Noah haa got hU office ': for
a m . t 1
Je deaervei.it at th -nanaa of tne ciominan-
party. as much a by solid P?r'..
' We see eighty wt hundred other appoint.
' futntt announce 1 In theoapers i but rh'i can.
- oof -of mu,lt liiUxtttla axtJXAertAfL&
bare ooi'ttt d tbem. . .
qy.We have been ieq.icste-1 to atate, that
"DruVf Clantonirsf arqnhtel, at the Superior
Court in Jredr.II, of the charge of bavhff an
agency io the d'tth of hit iter'i child in'LIn
ealn, aome time lt j'eAr. No evidence waa
jiroduced that implicated him the tranwetion,
" . ' ltt . . ' .'
""Mr. Ingham, lecltTtf the Vavy, left Willi.
ington25th ult. on yiilt to Pennsylvania, in
order to remove bir family to Waahinptcm. 1t.
Jlibury Dickens chic r cb-rk, act a secretary
during Mr. Ingham'a abnce. '
Nepro .lltahm, convicteu at unsinam supe-
. . m . &a .a . n I
rio Com, of the murder of Mr. Mexan.!- reM )11Ilb!e lengtlu and nothing particularly ob
Clrir, aa huug on the .24th ult. N'otw'th. J jll4Hlhl)l tituut lU we iUuJJ g;ve a 4 pe a
standH.s- it rained, about 4,0u people sMen.Di -i
to the AW. The fellow denied committi'iK
the cricY, V the UsJ and cwwequently
lv,;obe-befarc,iilJl9d. .ttU l,.!'',''.
iyli(r. rence to hufate. No one Uouwca out
Z Jegro'.lifimjbo Wal under Srntence be
jungon thr same dav, was reprieved by tb
Gov. there beTng"eoine iitfF"
fence WU committed after night, or just brjore
dtrk i lor :laooiUtu;e. Jjurglary i-i he hou s
" mutt beb'oSen" pen"-" oJer' !. So th;
kf the tethmcaUt of Ike law a mere CiUWX
this fellow is likeiy to go u'lhunff, and jutte
be eheiteJout bnts'victim. 0tenilbly, tar
nude for the protccslon of honest pele but
verily, it seems a ho J5 roiles fe t j receive
afl the benefits flowing from them. Vhy are
our statutes finmei in . such ambiguous lan
guage, that villiaua can slip through th meshes,
fctil? honest men re wngbtin them I
Judge Berrian, atorne general of the V. S.
arrived in Savannah, by a vessel from Ne
York, on the 24th uh. on a vislF toTuiTimiTy In
Mrs. Mary Dickson, proprietor of the Lancas
ter Intelligencer, nne of the oldest democratic
papers" in Pennsylvania, has been appointed
Post Mistress of that City, in place of Mrs. Ann
In Jttekion Ten. Jjril 15, the'pnee of Bacon
u 10 to 12 j. butter 12, corn 40 to 4"i, flour 8
MOrtorn-meal-TS-eeta to. fjL pet buabeJLL A
thenp country, foreootb North Carolia bank
, bi is taSO per tctntijr- Wt-doe
t7rim"a. Judge .Bouluin lis bi
Congress from Mr. Randolpli's late distritt,-by
a majority of 28 rotes over Dr. Crump.
Korfulk district, by fc majority of 15 votes over
Mr. Loyall. : :v .
- The Convertfmn fli absorbs every thing
ebei the papers are filled with publications on I
tBe subject. There wHTbe a Bard struggle be-
jfTrsge to sll fVee-jen, end those who seerri de
"ioed to restrict it, as at present in tbst state,
the FreeWdera-'ajone-.-- Sucorvs to the'erW
perty... ........, . .
Small The progress of the small po
fcs been completely errested in Virginia : there
tre about 60 patients in the hospital in Amelia
3HI?iiMjn, n. been cured and di,-
charged, eittept an old woman and two chTUren.
The Indians who communicated the disease pas
ted through this part of the country, without
Vetdine; the coiHagion. '
7' mei A.. Hamilton has been tppolnted
Vnittd States District Attorney for the Southerr.
f -'Tork, n fJC clfJohn Duct. "
there vii t sl'cLt !! tf at FLICtctU j
City, In thii ittte, pn 25th ult. eueccrdcj by
pretty severe fnt, There were two nigbts if
'oil here, tut no iw.
JOHN GILES, Esq. we some weeks since en.
nounet d m candidate to represent this district
in the next Congress i we can how say, that .
JOHN LONU, Jr. Fso,. it t candidate for re.
election to the tame situation. We presume
there will be no other candidate.
JSotiee h hereby giver bt Te"XtiiulrC
vention of the Prvtealant Episcopal Church, of
thrJHoerte 'cf onb.CiTrtlna;il bebeld J
St. Luke' Church, BJibury, o Saturday, May
23d." 'yv. - tcr
Cen, Scoii ha. been relieved twa bkuei.
titn, er hai received m furlpvgrt tU Decamher
neit, to ponder on tbe courie heVdl hertiftei'
Mf. AaaA, in fpeaktng of bit iprHiintment
Surveyor of the Custom in New-York, renrarki (
Our new dutira not interfering with t!ie djiiei
and obligmtiom we owe to the Republican par
ty, will nut abate tbe attention hitherto paid to
the columm of the C'iirer, which we l;hpe to
improve io every department"
Professor Hofr, of (-'hapd II ill, hn been ap
pointed by tbe Dialectic and Philanthropic So
cieties of the University, to deliver the annual
Oration before them thiiyear.
Ir. Wil iam Jones h been dppointed Post
Ma-rrr at the city of Washington, in place of
rhoiiua Muuroe, removed. '
Plrilip H. Fendail, Vhomaa L. Tbraatori, and
'J!'?.-1?!.'? c'jr L.'1'. eutedepartmenl
and Meayn.Watkini and McCOrmick." of tbe
ume department, have been removed from ot
. PttrbvTf, ,tty 2 '- ntfen hogtfirdi of
Tobacco the C"0, of Henry Fiti of tVarren,
N. C. were sold at V,r ak warehouse, in tb'u
ton, on Vt jnelay last, at an average of g7
48-higbcatSl2 u., i lores', g4 20.
The Ijitbentn Church in Abbotstown, was
di stroved by fire on the 4th ult. Supposed to
have been x-t on fire by some evil and wicked
. . , ,tceitA , .,! ',. f
j our columns, in due tne.
CU Ua-receoity, Imo'diccovcrcdi jn.contid,.
t nblc quaiiiitiea. in T'Urke count v A rner.
i'titth far- the purpose Of pouring U fluxed.
rln ht te rrtwe iraadred tUJlart mb.of fine. ROloVI
gathered in tmalf quantitiea, duriftif this spring,
in Burke cwintr.- It was lf found in alhivkt
earlli, either on tbe borders, or In the beds,
(if "sn breams i IJ-w'atir. " It fiue par.'
ticlrsi and is familiarly known as brunch
gold.".. . AVe. yndsrstand tlmtj as j etjscience
and practiral skill Tn mining have not been
Ippird fff tl. T"''? TWffrf.ir..'"'T
- W bile in MiKnawioiir a fc w weela bacl we
te arntd that lirt;iTt!r," in it pure atate, is
found in that county, in sufficient quantities
to answer all the purposes of the miners in
amalgamating their gld.
Adm It. Alexander, Esq. (formerly a member)
andCapt. Joel Ptes, arr candidates for Con
gresa in the VeM-rn" District of Tennessee, in
opposition to Davy Crockett .
tntieJ Statn' Snatar At the next session of i
our letrisinture; a Senator Tn Congress "wiTTfiave
to be chosen, to supply the vacancy occasioned
bv the appointment of the Hon. John Branch as
Secretary of the .Navy..Tht3Ve?tcrt partJ)f
the State has peculiar elaima to this appoint,
rent t and we cherish a hope that the East, in
a rpirit of conciliation, are disposed to concede
it to in. At the lact session, wben Gov. Iredell
was elected, most of the Eastern members mag
nanimously determined to give one of the Sen
ators to the West ; and had tbe Western mem
bers concentrated on any prominent candidate,
there is no doubt but that lx would haVe sue
reeded. ,. Gov. IredeH-received but bare
majority, viihoui any oontim 7
We have heard Cluxrlet Fiiher Esrj; apoken
ofTn'referetce-tarlhr-next appointment, in such
terms as to watWit a belief that be wiH aue.
ceed, in the event of the East beiiig again.dis-
DEATH OF COL. GAITIfER.
, .The members of the Bar, the Officers of Court,
and other citizens of tredefl.Ueeply sengibte of
the loss tbey had sustained in the death of their
lamented friend Col. ALFRED M. GAITIIF.R,
assembled at the court-house in Ststeeville, on
the evening of the first of May when Htbri
TT-' tt' ' - . " 1tr '' '...mm' MnrkninftaA ' 'nrMMnn ' .niT
Iietohert, That it is with the deepest affliction
we have received tbe melanchply Intelligence
ViWeaib-ofiIu MilGaiaetj. loag
a citizen of this county, and ristinguislied
member of its bar. He had endeared himself
to us by his many virtues, known only to be
loved, with melancholy satisfaction we pay
this slight tribute to his memory. Mild and
conciliating, candid and firm, he commanded
'SSLTm vd1,rC ' n
delivery, his deportmenflenf to controvtF"!
charm. Altho young, he waa a successful Law
yer: and his industry and talcnta gave promise
"of a life of usefulness and honor.. Knowing him
as we did, we can faintly apprecinte the void in
his domejtic circle. To those afllicttd ones, we
offer our sincere! sympathy. It is aifrf tola'
ment the companion and friend,. the useful citi
zen, the wur.d I awxer, and the l-oncst man J
I t mi.irrj li m.iaLle reV.ive, the fud
fithrr, the, kind an l afTectionate buslisml '
Jirioh t,!, That as a testinney of oir reject,
we will wesr crspe on the left arm thirty dyi,
HnJv4 1, Ibsta copy of these reolutios be
published in the FsFubury pperi j and that the
Seerrtary transtnit a copy to the bercatej fm
ily of Colonel dither. '
nuBr.RT WILU4M?0N, CA'rt.
Trstet JaMss R. Dooes, Sc'y.
Tbe Brethren of Mount Moruh Lod((e, State,
ville, upon the intelligence of the death of Col
VJrttlMt GiUthrr, assembled in. thir Iadg
Uamsvon tu evening of Tuesday, the 28th of
April, "1829 1," when the following resolution!
were submitted, and unimimmidy adopted i
-, JUhmJi That lb members of llis Lodge,
derplv impressed with the lots we have sus.
tainel in the early death of ouf deceased wot.
tby Brother, Col. Alfred M. GaHher, experience
s melancholy pleasure In eipresavig our feelings
oarhLt ereuti-Ule was Jng ajsodata.snd
brother, always worthy for be was uien
tried, and such be was ktund lo be.. I lis ae ro,
ory is endeared to ns by many tender fraternal
aociationsi his virtues we revere, for tbey
were thme of s man and Maaon i sincere,
fsithfit. warm-hetrted friend, his soul was
chivalrtNisiji alive to sll the elevated and refined
feelings that distinguish tbe Gentleman. Out,
alas ! there is s broken column in our temple,
the silver cord has been unloosed, the golden
bowl is broken, and the rpirjt hath returned unto
Uod, who gave it. Maf bis many virtues long
live in tbe memory of bis friends and his ire
perfections, for they sere few, be buried with
iiiohJ, That t members of this kVlge
wear the usual bwge of mourning for thirty
tnlveJ, Tbatn eopy of these proceedings
be forwarded to tae widow of the lee eased.
"Hntlitil, That these resolutions be published
in the Wf utern Csroliqian and Yadkin and Cs
tawbs Journal. JAMES THOMPHON, Set'y.
k , saaJaisB
A .Vrw St2tt in North Amfrica.......K
Peris paper of February" 17,"' says " By
sri" Art of tbe Central Assertjblf-f-the
State of North parolina, s new Stste has
been formed in thst part of North Amer
ica ; it besrs the Dame of Macon ! !" Pro
Jlgiouh't!!: ''""l. '""".a"'
After this, hi the store of Beswsmai haul in
her horns. We expect, tbe next time we hear
from hese krtwing Frenchmen, they will have
L'pPtr flog lhief" e-ected into a i tote f
insstow, n. C. iraii 23.
Ilydrofihobid. Several very distressing
rases of this dreadful trtalsdv, hsve occur
red among the negroes of Mr. Wm. P.
Roberts, of this Country one of them
worrwn died on Saturday last, in the most
excruciating agony, and three others are
mw suffering under strong symptoms of
the disease, which the-physuian hopes
to antst by p course of salivation ; these
persons wet bittert rteaf two toorrths gr
a were seterat others io this Town, tl
of j horn ce cc nainiy' in y; ry gfeit dan
ger. : -.rxijr.CsW.
William C Oates, one of the persons
chafgcd-itb" tbe false impriiohmenLbf
Stephenson, returned to Ssyannah on tbe
first of April, in the ship Quelpn Mab,
from Philadelphia, and the next day sur
rendered himsclf lQ. the civil authorities,
snd failing to give bail was committed to
been arrested, de pri d of his liberty ihi
Incarcerated in prison, for the meritorious
act of arresting a foreign swindler.
Gov. Dcrbigny, of Louisiana, hns par
doned, or rather commuted the punish
ment of n man named Gayarre, who was
convicted of murdering his own mother
in law, with his own offspring at the time
,n ncr rras ' n" ar"wn own
forr him the strongest reprobation of the
preaa of that State, tie is warned of the
fate of Gov. Desha; and those who were
warmest in supporting him for the office
now appear to be loudest in their condem
nation of his official conduct. It is insin
uated that the punishment of Cayarre
was commuted, because his connexions
were influential and respectable.
Among the Wildings destroyed by
fire- at Augustar Geo- was the-theatre.
- The Canadian Cwr!f, now exhibiting In
New-York, weighs, it is1 said, 620 pounds.
He i some-what heavier than iheEb?
phant Columbus, stuffed-
The Su'ccewon. The U. S. Telegraph
hat the following remarks on the subject
of the PreVident'a being a candidate fof
"The President upon hjs well' known
rule -not to seek or decfine'office wh'en
iemleir'ed. by iMsWloir iten5la vteg
..i.AAA t rlias 'iinaTirMf awn srall iF Kt
of those who have elevated him to bis
highxtation; and having given no indi
catioii arta wbatt-is;
gestion that he declines a re election is
premature and unauthorised. Under such
circumstances, it is not to be believed
ihat tho republican party would, at pre
sent, permit itself lo become divlJcd oj
on the pretensions of any other candidate
The Directors of our State Cank haye
appointed Col. 2aac T. Avery to dose the
business of their Office of Discount at
Morganton, in the place of Col. William
Eruin, resigned- . Rattigh. Rttfttir.
-Ointment of Mr. Norton, lata one of the
editors of the Connecticut Times, to the
Oflke ofPoit Mister for Hartfard. hat
I... . -I II i . . ..
ucen rspi.njr succeeaen oy his remot'o.'.
ie ih rsstjington wtth his commlsion
In hit pocket. He arrived at Hart tori,
and entered on the duties of hit Office
on the morning of jut Thursday week.
The very next day, Friday, he learned
that his commission bad been revoked,
nd thai John M,- iVilesj had - superseded
him. It is said (hit a remonstrance ia
about to be sent on to Washington, against
Mr. Norton's . removal. The United
Statei Tekgrapfr itates, trial Korton was
removed, because the Tost Master Ooner
alwsa aathfied that Mr. Norton had de
ceived him aa ta public opinion fUiivs
to iatalrna for the office,' and thaTa'n-oiherj-and
not M - Norton otlgM t U
aoioted.' Mr.NorVon"ha(l oeeh Vesid
ing' some time in Waahingtoo city, en
gaged in the Telegraph office.
Mr. Coofi 'tr the American KovrrlhtK
letter from Marseilles, France, dated 13th
March, says t Mr. Cooper, the Novelist,
haa been here a few days. He came to
print a new work, probably a novel, (not
Travels in Europe, as has been errone
ouily rr ported,) snd would have remained
during the aunimer ; but not coming to
terms with the publisher, he has icturned
to Florence, where his family at present
Tbe loss by the late great fire at Au
gusta, is estimated at half a million of
dollars, not one third insured.
' LATf. FROM EUROPE. I
The eTVijr George "Canning, aV New
York from Liverpool, brings Engiih pa
pers of i4th March. -
L Deplorable affrays have taken place in
port Wjhon between :be " lailo.-s of Uie
American frigate the Java, and the sail
ors of the. French corvet:e Pomona, and
the brig Fnune, on the evening of the
1 5th. M. Mcsnard, midshipman of the
Faune was cruelly sssasinded st th
gates of the town, by some American
Marreillet, March 12.
. "Letters from Alexandria rereived to
day, announce that the Turco Kgyptian
fleet haa been entirely destroyed by the
Russian Admiral ilayden, in the harbor
of Suds, some leagues from Canea, in the
island o( Candia "
Portugal correspondent ol the New
York Journal of Commerce, .in a letter
dated London,-March" D3v says, " That
England . end France., .intend . 4J ac ing t hr
young -fftrern twrther tarorre-xit rortagal.
litre exisis ho doubLi.anu those two now
era only await the junction of a Prazilijn
squadron, with a very effective force, to
make a descent oo lortugaL " -
Ruinia and Turkey. "Tt Cernian pa
pera aiVnounce ilii tentfwal of operations
betwten the ftassians and Turks. It is
staled that the Grand Vizier, arrived at
abouv-3O,000-ven ttk Paivady .
Jackson's election to the Presidency, the
city of Mexico was brilliantly illuminated,
and public rejoicings look place through
out the Republic i
We have been anxiously waiting for
the return of Com. Porter not with
standing the fair promises of the Mexi
can government, we are pained to learn,1
that the gallant Captain, whose services
shed a brilliant lustre on our country,
during the late war, ia actually in poverty,
and almost destitute or the means ofliv
ing. Banished by the intrigues of the
lateadministf ation, the people expect,
from the well known liberal feelings of
the President, that Com. Porter will not
want the generous protection of his coun
try. II the question ol rank should pre
vent bis being restored to the navy, it is
hoped some other provision may be made
for his appointment as minister of the
United States in Mexico, or any part of
Sdufh "America'.' ""jrddhr
arwow q my) u
. TIIE-AIA R TSi - --
SaUtburv Priee$, Mag ' 91flC7.T.CottOli
U to 2 cents, corn 20 to 25, pork 3.50 to 4, but-
ter 7 to 10, flouf 4 to 4.?5 per-faarret, wheat 50
to 60, Irish poUtoes 40 to 50, sweet do. 40 to 50,
brown surar 12 to 15, coffee 15 to 22, salt 1A5
to 140, bameipuii clutb. 18 to 30t whiskey. 20 to
25, bacon 8 to V. .
Favettnnllf, .Ibril 29fA. Cotton 74 to 8 1-2
bacon 5 J to 6, peach brandy 55 apple do 40 to 42,
Ijuttrr 10 to 15, corn 45 to 50, flsxeed 8.7, flour
4$ to Sf, laedfi, mola3il5, sugar 8J $ 1Q,
sals 75 to 80, tallow 8, wheat 1 .20, w biskex Si
C7.arfcrn, Jlpril 27......"..Cotton 8 to flj cent,
flour 7 a 7J, whiskey, 26a 27, bacon 5 to 5, hams
7 1-2 a 8, be kind ot'bagging 20 to 23, 'salt 35 lb
50, corn 41 a 46, coffee 12 to 15 N. Carolina
bank bills 2 a 2J per Cent, discount Georgia, 1 J
Wilmington, April 29....Cottm 8 to 8J, flsz 10
to 13, flmir 7.50 to 8.00, corn 55 to0, cheese 7
to 8, apple brandy 35 to 37, tallow 8 to 9.
Xathville, Ten. Jpril 24 ...Cotton 7 a 8,
N. Carolina bank bills 10 per cent. ds.
Camden, May 2 ....Cotton 7 to 8J, flour 4
to 5 out of tbe wagons wtbat from Camden
mills 6 to 7s wheat l, corn 60 to 62j, oau 32,
salt 75, 'whiskey 28 to 3.5, bacon 7, to .
Arrivals of Cotton Wagons are becomirMi' more
! Vettnt'thin for a frv -wrrkTlt.
,,fiinf:fnf, end Jt&m
I!i(h'ntn,l, Mi if..,',.Cotton 8 a 54, flouf
H'J o C, wheat 1.00 a 121, corn 40 a 4, bs.
r n 7 to 7 1. brandy apple 4 1 to 45, old peach di
QlliSI ul. A.m tl l. 11 ...l......di . Ill
i North C arolina bank bills .1 discount, S. Ciro
-o,t"""7l,'",'rl HI ! 11,
Iina3a2J,Oeorgia JJ .
DaUimtrt, l......lmjr ?,!.00, cotton
8 to 10,'wbiikey 23 to 25, bacon U toll. .
Xtvhtrn, Mag 2 ...CoVon 7J to 8, flour 6 J It
gy, wheat 871 XL ben 3 to 0, !t 45 to 60,
peach brandy Ti, apple da. 40 a 43, whiskey .".
ChrJfra 2a Cotton, y.50 lo 8.5 Jt, bacog
r.l o 8, Com 41. ft xir 5 U $M whUVey 28 t1 -la,
peacll btaaJy 4J. t1 s. apple do. 4)to 45,-..
leaf tobacco Lcnlfe t l 18, Salt 74 to f5 ,
tallow 8, molars 4 ', berf 3 to 4. ,
thers 23. cents, flinccd 37 to 40, flour i.ti to,L
6, Kcnhawr salt 50 cents, practf brarvly 6 .
spple do. 37, whiskey 20 to 20. tillowf, tobac
cw 3 torVfiUlM:rlb7rr:.:4!r
In tbe Forke of tha Tadkin.l.ithis county, )i'f "
Nathan Cornell, Esq. on the 21st Ult. Mr. James
Dnint to Miss Sarah It. Lee. . '
n Fall Hiver, Macwbitsetts, on Monday tsori'
nmir, Mr. Andrew fj. Fearinff. merchant, of Bos
ton, to Hiss AldiborontlphoscophoTioq Cowen,
ia jne tor.i.er piacev
In this county, near Iteth l'ag meetlng-lions
on the 7th insl. Mrs. EUaabeth Kitpatrick, gel
about 98. .
In Havannab, on. the 1st Inst, the Hon. William
Davies, Judge of lite Eastern Judicial District tit
the state of Georgia. ,,
MUJ (1 .M ) iC .V Vaft, &c .
,UKSTIX 0? 1WRXS
A HJ. now receiving, at the S.tlU
im. burg Medical and Omr Miry
' sienaive ainl well at lccted aaorts
AUv 1, atiearyrerfiimervj and the ber,
of Wintrs anj Liquors t VWtrd rtpresnly ftp .
medical purposes i al of which will be diiweI
of on ! anlaireous trms rtr Cash, or en a sliort -credit
to punctual customers.
Orders from a lttne punctually attended to.
i .r Partienlart hereafter. - '
foyltfA, 1829. S6rf-
Freft UooAa, VAir as (lotus
FB1IIK subscribe- is now rrrriving and open.
JL ing at his Sttrt in Xolttbury, a large assort
Spring and Sumnur GOODS,
Coma. uns- itr'iost rvrrv article tinially r be
found in Morra i bwiirht for rath, and selected
by himvlf, with care, in rhi'udtlidiia and New
Ihe Hublie are aniretl i1mv will find a full
lupp'.y, ami aa luv for ca$h 4 any h the place,
or otherwise, on sccnmmoditinc 'rrrns. I'hey
r invited locall, iatMoawl (u 1f frrficra -selves.
J'm'y Mt RI'UY.-
AJtK 4w Mrfiing an es-trwfve and fsshioflS'
tie assortment of w awmablc
- : goods, -.r - -
The public are respectfully invited to eH and
examine them." " 66 -brttfwr,
Mag 1 1. 1 fh'9. ;
T tH tiAnr V w vrt ',
JLaV bkr. about the first of Ain-il,
A 18 years uf age, live feet fuur
inrhi s hiph, stout built, has a war
On one of his leg about the knee,
occasioned bv a burn. Anv ner.
" ' son who will return said Neero
to me in Lincoln county, or cot. fine him in any
jail so that 1 get him airain, shall bs entitled to
the above reward. I.VMAN WOODFORD.
Unrn runty, 24 Mag, IH29. GH
STOLEN from the wibirribers In StstesviIIe4
oft the 29th Inst (btincTiiridaVof cmirt)
one sorr-1 IIOKSR, five ears old, abniit fihWn
bands high, a small blaze in hit face, some white
hairs on hix shoulders caused by the collar, either
one or both hind feet white, no other msika re
collected. Also, at the same time and. place.
was stolen, lielit bay Ihrie, about fifteen band
high, mor.h mrked by the collar, eight or nino
years old, no other marks recollected. A sma'l
man, sandy comnlectiou, of irdinarv appear
ance, apparently between thirty and forty years
of age, was seen making" his way westward,
about 4 o'clock in the eve-run?, riding one and
iJeading.the oUir .of.BBldIIorKSJ...lih.crLl.eT.
ward will be given for the detection of tbe thief,
or any information renpecling aaid UoKes tttr
that we get them again.
1 f lflU.sTDPtlT:riJAJlRrrCCEK,"'
IIEMtV UfSTLR. - '"--
hdU e. X. ( : May i it, 1 820. 5t70
N likely, young JVVere Mm. from 16 to
20 years of age t for hlch fair bncra will
be given. Inquire of SAM'L. REEVES.
Snlitbifrg, Jprtl 7Sth, 1829. . 4t67
fttilfi Kit laand
Jm mRawm amLKutr Cuunhct
It. jifctiuy. and, foniu Pakv executor;
of JaTOU..lieF!yi Wilijam ivBird. aed
others i Supreme Court, December term, l"52fl.
By virtue of a decree made in the above cause.
I ahall expose, to public sale, before iha -courU
house door, in the town of Salisbury, on Mon
day the 18th dy of May next, about .'.00 acres
of land, be the same more or less, on the Yad
kin Hiver, in the counties of Surry and Kwan,
it being the tract of land sold by Sam'l. Kerbv
in his lii'e time fo Jonathtvn Dalton. Terms of
sale, six, twelve, and eighteen months credit,
the purchaser entering into Bond with approved
the land to be retained until the payment bl the"
purchase money. '
JOHN L. HENDERSON, nr. S. C.
SaiUhun, Feb. 27, 1829. ; , Ht66 -
ITtOlt land sold by order ot: writs of vendit'cH
aV r.xptiris. stw at thu office.
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