rj-Our U't No. c-mm-nrr 4 tl.e t"i'
etV since- Ihe tabhhmmt of the U'tHtn
! ,J..i. N wmm hit ded the anti
Ration of the Editor t II nowhss a rff
tIloili.Hi thsn iy other paper I"
iih the exception, pe rhspa, of lhoe it jh seat
Af vnvcrnment. s,r r" ' a -
f ii all hil faculties, mental td physical, snail
' , re'"" tn'.pioyeu, rn""" ft""1
,-jnjclire and amuting to tht reader. ,
...h debts dm tht VAuw are numerous,
"SnuMf hope, this notice will
r f,!,,, to Ml hi patroiui A must llirre
Lre depend on thir remitting the amount thev
' Jn,tcbted. Their account! wW bo forward.
J in the eu- " ,
i.iiif 1 3$ w w
t4nst the elcAion. of fiie-C-,u1. Bal r.c1 J
thkt th people's I'reMen Iim dne t ttt'lf as
coffin. IinlbiSI fvilkinitl l oilj ! f
elected, they proitriputn I ptHUtln f and
d jl O'.Jt mmy lamentations at their lutiof ft
office. It items dry ir willing to be proven
false prophet, to thai the can retain' their
birth thereby, - , . . t ,? ,
Out on tht score of rtmarriry, bow cn
they consent to bold oflise under Gsn, Jackson,
whoa they hart again and giin ss'tgmalsed
m i murdererl traitor! an ed'iUcrerli blooJ..
thirsty ty"raor aWfcc." Py miu jfTrt'fesJJaliJ
in office under hiin, they either coireri , they
htro.rrouly ilindered . bim, or ekiMWdf
wickod m tbey My U .-, WUkl bunt of.ut
dilemma will tbey choote f
Wo vt uhoried to announce Cevrgt Ury,
J-jq. f Candidate to reprraent CabarftJi conn
t in tht lK'iitiri of thro atate.
fliotnai II. Dafft Eaq. H announced ua can.
,8 date tor Coojrreto from tle Nwbrrn dit'rict t
wehc mentioned that Gen. Jete Speight,
and Dr. Jm Manney, arc h eandidatet for
Tht Tib annual Convocation of the
Grand Roya! Arch Chapter of North Carotin,
v;t) bt held in Fyetil!e, on Telay, th
53d of June, Intt. . StH
Am. J.J.awaee, O. Stff,
Cfhht fn-i'im. The Macon (Gwr'ta) M.
aeneri of the I6b ult. aart i i rerwHed tht
Oierokee Nation have fialy con to the
ioithnion toeU tht ir lda, and -miyte t nd
" that fhejf itl remiinnoionr tha9 the preernt
iiiqoicr. Vfj (ope th inrirnation may prove
true i for while ihre Imiian remain where
tLe are," they will he aonrce of continnal
eom'aint to their white itMifhhoraj anl e4
tfMi hi'kerinr, wlich muat not only
render the aitoa'ion. of the Indian precariou
and unle4irahh, hot keep op a aae of feeling
amo(r'heborderinjraelttement orhlte, par
tieularf lobe deplortl in a well regulated and
iceahly diaponed cnmmuriity.
tt ww lattlr t1lfl. that Mr Midue wa. the
sole eurviinr member of the Contention wh ich
formed the Conrtituttnn of the United ? tatr a, in
1787. It aeema thia tt a nia'ake : John Imh.
aiar. Jr. ui Albany, and former Chancellor nf
New-York, waa member of that Convention.
Kr.Lanainf U now76 yean old-
-aXiburing a violent thunder atom j "at
. :iloroncbT iMeerX-M7ibjut, 9
aiding., waa, hy fighlnijut. nd. hirnacu
; and the borat both killed. -Aa elder brother
on loot a thort distance behind, was atrqck down
tttweleK, bat aooir recovered." " :
Maj. Noah still crack i hi jokea over our un
fortunate Bank i he ari North Carolina bank
totej are M.che.p..r bacon j. .Not jwfe ao i bad.
;:AJ!'er-Iork paper, .dollar J.ortU.alL bQut
of-bate mow thai North Carolina one.
F.r-C,0vtrn:rILui:tr, J Ttnnfutt .ti
lure until now, deferred publjahinjf re
port current among ui wiih regard in Ihe
late eitraorJiniry crmduct of thia gentle
man. The fjett, a drlkiled to ui, are,
that about it months io, the Ooternor
addrettcd hi preient wife who wi at
that time tinder an engagement to marry
a gentleman reading In VirRlnia. Her
friend, on learning hit, Intentional urged
her acceptance of hia addreiaes, and re
jectloti of the Virginia geoilemao; and
f'ff..,pPe,'e!olicjUitonto ihla (Tct9
he at lenpthi with hcart-rtnding reluc
tance, complied with their reqtetr. Pre
t loui froerer to their mirri, iho ap
fjjettei) trrthe wtfjmTrlmlrf of Ovri Ural
tured him -of her unabated uecliba Tar
the Ylrginl pentleman, and implored
I tSiCthe tntrht be fHcarre1' frora the
Mcckle nSurg c ountf irtie Court of IPhraV i nd
Qjarter Rraaiont held in Charlotte, tht 4lH
Monday in latt month. The following ha been
communicated to ua for publication, a the reu!t
of tht final ballottlng i Col. Slyan 30, Thomaa
A. Nor ment, Eaq. 27.
8. CarUnn Lunatic fwM...M.Tha S. Caro
line Lunatic Aaylum, at Columbia, baa resolved
to receive patient from ether state i and w
-there ta no institution of the kind in North Car
olina, we here 'ate, for the information of thote
of our citizen who may he deairoua of availing
themselvei of the offer from our sister state,
that patients who are in good cjrcumitancea
will be received at 3 per week, or upward,
according to the comfort which their friend
may require. Tauper patient will bt received
at glOO per annum. Tht above charges in
clude every expense, even medical attendance.
tfatfiWy Prlfft, Junt tih.
A mttnrie tttnt, weighing 38 pounds, lately
fell near Forayth, Monroe county, Georgia i ita
fall caused a loud report, which was heard many
miira..,Many of the good people were greatly
frightened at thia reigning tfittnet..
Jjcvti. The Hdenton (North Carolina) Ga
rette, of the 26:h ult. up the Locuat are do.
ing much mischief there i they are rtry numer
on, and atrip tht trees, particularly fruit trees,
of their foliage: they have not a'Uckrd the
t;rain crop. . At we mentioned in our last,
thee rmct are very numerous in thii part of
the state t but it doea not appear that they have
injured. our fruit tree much, or any species of
lr"3 As the Fturth f Ju'y approaches, we
perceive preparation are making, in different
part of the Union, to celebrate the day In a
suitable manner. We hope the citiaens of Sal-'
iabury will not b backward la testifying their
Uiiie4 tt 4b vorld by their Fathers, on thia
day fiftyJhree years ago.
" " ate)iii
- Thos.. S; Wnriams, of Hartford i knd CUrk
Disaell, of Norwalk, have been elected by the
Legislature of Connecticut, Judges of the Su
preme Court of that state, In place of Judge
Laoman jud Brainard, resigned.
Aoe Paper. 1V 'e" have", f eceU'ed' fbB ' first
And by hekyf U-Mew M iwa hia tuuwUTnumbcO
brought forth in hia own state. . More fT these f the Patriot end Grttnthofugk PaUmtium.
concerns have broken-aetually proven bank. This new paper is published by Mr. William
noV-within one month pat, in New-York, than Swairh, on a a-iper-royal aheetj is neat in ita
ver eUt-l in North Carolina, or we hope ever typography, taiteful in its selection, and talen-
will. We perceive that or 5 other Ranks In that ted and in.ltistrioue in ita editorial. ShouU it
state. rCsttm;a. at Hudson, fcc.1 have Wted. hold out' as it hao be'n, it cannot fail of pro-
-gone the war of all the rotten institution ving extenively neful to that section of the
; which haveshut-np their eoflere against their
state, and be a creditable accession to the news.
paper press of North Carolina.
Jntthtr Caifn...,'Ve learn that two young
men, by the names of Tarimh and SpaJTtrd,
were drowned in Abbot's Creek, Davidson
county .on Sunday, the 3lst ult. while tLey
were bathing. We have not been ndvised of
&w.....tt it atated in the Milledgeville Jour- the particulars of this melancholy casualty, nor
Katithat the tops of the mountains in Rahun the age of the unfortunate young men. We
Mr. Jladittn recently bad so aevere an attack
influenza, that Ina life was endangered : last
ouril- bowever,' left hi in state of con
' valeiccnse. - '
county, in that atate, were covered with anow
h the 10th May. -
have- been told, however,. that one of them,
finding himself sinking, called for assistance ;
- lua comrade went in tQ hitru and endeavored to
XefutatUn .Ji is charged upon the Jackaon y- . but probably - being unable to
party, that it is made up of hungry expectants ! jwlm thpy both ,ank grapp!ed together, never
d feedy -ofiW-eekafjand that. most ofto rise t;j tjje vital spark had left its clay tene-
hcMwhsupp6rted1h ilecttdn orthe present
president, .did ao under the expectation of being
." rewarded therefor by being" appolnredto-Tomr
lucrative office." The best refutation of thia
wanton accusation,"!!! he fonnd Irrthe circam
atance, that three among the brightest ornament
of our country, have declined three of the
highest diplomatic appointments in the gift of
r'V Woc4ry7to Spain. Let iiiia stop line
aotilwi)f tJteilandeim-e &
'- G o'ne...The bank of Augusta baa de
isred a div'idend at the rate of tight per cent.
II it somewhat strange to us, that the coffin
handbill gentry-should now complain ao piteous
V 0n heing turned out of office, to make room
for more deserving menwhen Gen. Jackson is
nfy fulfilling their own predictiona : tbey con.
fidently told the people, that should Gen. Jack
oo b elected he would , make a 'general
'""ge in all the departments of government--
llt he would turn Out old and illuttritiu officers,
i fcc, nd rcj thjs a particular objection
ment for "anotlief "and "tetter resting" place.
Their bodies were aoon after recovered, and
- Gnwrtd Jtmrmlih. Tle -General Assembly, of
the Presbyterian Church of the United States,
commenced its annual session in Philadelphia,
on the 21st ult. in the First Presbyterian Church,
on Washington Square. The Rev. Benj. H.
Rice, of Peteraborgh, was declared duly elected
Moderator for Ahev present .session, .;;! he ey .
ly elected Temporary Clerk. . ; r -
been given of the irpportant meeting
which Js to take place in this city, on
Monday week (the first Monday in June)
of the Stockholders of the State Bank of
North Carolina, since that meeting was
resolved upon in December last, we now
bi inR it to the view of all concerned.1 We
call this an important mreting, because
on the decision of the question which will
then be submitted, will depend whether
the State Bank will continue its operations
to the end of its charter, (the 1st of Jan.
1 835) or its business as a Bank at once be
dosed, and it debts collected aa speedily
ss practicable.-, ( Kaleigh R$Utr.
06Vern6r: wat nUlinirto comply rwdl
they were married. "Suddenly wb
hold him plunged derpln woe speaking
of his wretched condition. He resigns
the high place he held, and rashes like
Tlmon Horn civilized society, and seeks
oblivion in the wilds of the savage."
Brxil.ty the acbr. Hsnrietti, arrived at
Raltimore from Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian papers
to the 4th April have been received. Business
st Rio was dull. An eslraordinary session of
the Rrasillisn Cortes had been convened on the
2d of April, lo takt into consideration the eais
ting sta'e of the Bank, which t represen'ed to
have been corruptly conducted.) The paper
currency wa producing the great vt discontent
throughout Bruit. Rumor stated (hat an Insur
rection had taken place In the Northern Pro.
vinees. All the national vessels i( port were
fitting out with the greatest expedition, but
their destination waa not publicly known.
Biienm Jyret. Tle brig Lady'Adnni, amved
at Dalii more, bring Buenot Ay ret paper to the
1 1th April, at which time the publication of all
the papers was suspended b order of the Gov
The Lady Adam sailed frjm Dueno Ayre,
on the evening of the 11th Aril, at which time
the city was besieged by the borego party, and
it waa thought that it would lapitulate to them.
Admiral Brown, (who it wij be recollected is
onetrf" tire-wrongest frlrada fcf the present 5ov
ernor Lavalle,) still retained the command of
the fort of the city. Gen. livalle and bis army
had retreated into the cityi The place was in
such a disturbed state that a)l business wu sus
pended, and the families of many of the mer
chanta had taken refuge .on board of the vessel
In the outer harbor. ,
As the passenger of the lady Adams left the
city, Mr. Forbes, the American Charge d'Affair,
and Mr. Parish the Britiib Conral General, were
going into the Fort on a visit to Admiral Brown,
the object of which was not known, but was
supposed to be connected with the protection
of be American and British interests in the city.
" Twr-oni Raima: It it Said that Russia
mode aUy "demanda : br.Turkeyfc;la order to- ter-
minwU the war, the demolition of the Castles of
the Oardanellea, a free trade in the. White Sea
amf Ute BtacS: sea tor art oaitou niihir f
Greece at an independent state, the considers
tiod ofihe Greek Patriarch; of Constantinople
as a diplomatic personage, the entire freedom
of the Christian religion, and the permission of
Christians to have ateeple and bells to their
churche the administration of Christian and
Jewish communions by persons chosen from
their own communions, and a war contribution
of KW nuiiion of stiver rubles, - uaUk .tba tntire
psvmentof which, Russia would occupy .Wall-
chia and Moldavia ar well as the- Psovtnoes of
Would be placed tinder protection of Russia.
Theae conditions' being fulfilled, Ruia would
guarantee to Turkey the integrity of its tern
tory, and its reception among the civilized na
tions. The Porte on the other hand demands
of Russia COO millions of silver rubles for the
expenses of the war, a second sum of the same
amount a an indemnity for the' destruction of
its fleet at Navarino, and the immediate evacu
ation of all the Turkish provinces. JV. Y. Caw,
Don Miguel. State of Pcrtugul A
late number of the Washington Telegraph
contains some extracta from the "John
Bull," and also a letter to a gentleman in
WesSingfohj which aim at the vindication
of Don Miguel'a character. While we
cordially approve of the hope expresaed
by ihe Telegraph, that " for the honor of
human nature, the atrocities said to have
been committed in Portugal by the order
of its present ruler may be untrue, we
grieve to' say 'that iumtfit y has twining
to hope from Don MlgueL A more fero
cious. savage never existed. What little
commercial relations we have with, that
country wiHundbubFedTy continue "on
the .same footing notwithstanding our
It lo II renti.eorn 20 to tJ, pork 3.50 to 4. but
ter T to 10, flour 3.7J to 4 per bsrrsl, wheat JO
to 60, Iriah potatoes 40 to SO, sweet do. 40 to 30,
brown sup;r 1 lo 15, coffee 16 to 21, salt I.tl
to I.JO, homespun cloth 13 to 20, whiskey 20 to
25, baron T lo 9.
fyttrti!U, .Vujr 27A.Cotton 7 lo I 14
bacon 3 J to ft, peach brandy 55 apple do 40 to 42,
buttrr 10 to 15, com 4) to 50, A a deed SO, flour
4 to JJ, lard 7,molae 32 a 34, sugar 8) to 0,
salt 75 to 80, ullow 8, wheat 83 a 90, whUkty 55
to 2S....tJ. fl, bank notea ! a 1 ) per cent pre.
mitim, Cape Fef, ditto, a-S, -.-. 3 V
CkarleHtn,' Map 35nMMCbtton 71 to 91 cents,
S .... f o f . nt i m k. .
l ft WHIIT, iU, V (V If MB'IU
8 a 9, best kind of bsrrinr 20. to 22. salt 34 U
f50, eom 4? a 4A roffre I w 1 y.;..tr.Crorrns
bank bills 7 a 3) peewUdocountr "torgts 1 1
ditto. : : " .
H'dmtgfn,Mai :7.Cotton 7 10 8, flat 10
flour e.W t-50, eni 60 1 CO, tlwl
to ,pnle prgnrtTW to 3J,tallow- titjn4
Mnvitn, Maf .u...M..uotton j to ea, nour t
to 5 out of the wagons, that from Camden
mill fl to 7 wheat gl, com CO to 62), oats 32,
salt 75, whiskey 38 to 35, bacon 7 to 8.
Petertbyrg, May 29 Tobacco, $3 50, a II
flour 5 14 a ft.00,' corn 2 a 2 50, cotton '7 a 9,
bacon 6 14 a 7.
AVw&em, May 50 Cotton 7.00 to 7.50, flour
6.50 to S7 wheat 1.00 a gl.barwn 5 to 6, salt 80
to 100, peach brandy 75, apple do. 40 a 4J, whis
BaUimirt, Mdj 29 Flour gfij a 9 J cotton
10 to II, whi'key 24 to 25, bacon 9 to II.
Savannah, Cer. Map 2J.. .....Cotton 81 to 9
flour 7 a 7 37, corn 47 to 58, bacon 6 J to 7
bares 9j, whiskey 25 to 27, leaf tobacco 3 to 4,
brown supra 8 to 10 molasses 59 'to 30 j
North Carolina bank bills 4 to 5 per ctot dis
count...Darien 1 do. Macon 1 ) to 2 do.
Cincinnati, t)hi, Map 8.......Cotton fea.
thsrl 23 cents, flaxseed 37 to 40, flour 3 75 to
5.8 J, Kenhswa salt SO cents, peach brandy 62,
apple do.' 37, whiskey 20, tallow 6 to 7, tobac
co S Jo 7 eent pes Ibj------ - - -
!, Map 23 ..Cotton 10 to 11. fl 9
a It, flour 6.50 to 8, com 50 a 51, cheese 3 to
5, Ullow 8 a 8.
JVathvilte, Ten. Map 8 ....Cotton 71 a 8)
floor 8.0O, lard 6 to 7, whiakey 25 to 37, tallow 6.
N. Carolina bank bills 10 per cent. dis.
Riekmnd, Map 79A..MCotton 8J a 9, flour
gi to 6 12, wheat 90 a 1.00 corn 54 a 55, ba
con 7 to 7), brandy apple 43 to 40, old peach do
00 Rt, wbiikey 21 to 26, leaf tobacco 9 to 12),
North Carolina bank bills 3 discount, 8. Caro
lina 1) a S.Georgia 1) a 9 -
In Charlotte on the 3 1st ult. by the Rev. Mr.
Bell, Mr, Joseph fritchtrd to Miaa F.liia Hen
derson, daughter of Doct. Saral. Henderson.
Jlnd Uffiulitthns of the Post Ofice at
RAM:i(;il Mail, vis AihHoroiigh, arrives
every Monday evening, 6 l. M. and d
psns TiieMsy morning, at 8 A. M. . .
Chert w Mail arrives Monday f veiling, 6 Pf.
sttd depine Wednesday morning, 3 A. M. ,
Northern Mall snivea Tuesday morning, 74
A. M. departs at 12. . . .
Southern. Mail arrives Tuesday 'twirrtlng, at t
A.M. departs at 9 A.. M. ...... . ,
Ineolnton Mad arrivea" ifondff wveomgi r;
P. M. deparfa Tueaday morning, at 9 A. t.
Ashvtlle Mail, via Kutenule, arrives Tuesday
7 A. M. daparta ai 1 , M.-rt r rr -
U FfHe Mail arrives-Toesday) 0 hi M. de
- Iluntaville Mail arrivea Monday evening, 6 P.
M. departs Tuasdav, R A. M. . ' , . . .
Mount Vernon Mail arrives at 10X M. de.
parts joj A--prtrrr
departs 10) As M.
nortbern Mail arrives Fridays, 8 A. M. and de.
psrts Saturdays at 10) A. M.- ... .
Southera Mail departs Fridays 9 A. M. ana
arrive! on flaturdava, 10 A. M.
SherilTa Ford Mad arrivea Friday. 4 P. If.
and depant at 5 P. -M. , ,
letters for anv of the mall mmt be .in the
office at least half an hour before the departure
of the mail by which they are tt go.
ine rott utrce will be kept open during toe
summer from 7 U 7, and on Monday nigh' it
will be rpen until 8. Ai no mail arrivea on Sun
da) a the office will only bt opened for the ec
commodation of Travellers. Poor will bo
clocd at all tiroes while any mail is opening.
"No letters will be given out sfter the 12th
July next, without the cash is psid i and that
if under one dollar, in Specie t if over one
dollar, specie or ita equivalent t Ihoae who may
find it. inconvenient to pay for their letter
they get them, can make a deposit, but not tin
dertne dollar j aS soon as that sum Is exhaus
ted, notice will be given. Newspaper poatage
muOe paid .in advance, as reeiuired by l-...
None of the foregoing regulations will b devut "
ted from In anv ease i necewaitv eomocl me
to adot this plan.
AH persons indebted for postage at thia oHiCf ,
sre eamevtly requested to make paywatnt on or
before the 1st Julv. 2t7l
SAM'L. REEVES, P. M.
'Salisbury, funrZd, 1 829. ,
non recognition of its present
government. ,The ;MJohn Bull" labors
vainly to gloss over the horrid enormities,
the appalling executions at Lisbon. ' Talk
of i heir being perpetrated in accordance
with Law ! What is law in Tortucsl, ex
cept the swof the savage Miguel!
Contented Eltetioiiorid has
turned as 4ne of the ..members of -lon-gress
from Virginia, of the Itjtehtion of
Mr. Loyall his opponent to contest his
election. It has been ascertained that
Mr. Newton was returned by 8 majority
of only U votes, not 15 as at first an
nounced. . '
In Petersburg, Virg. on the 21d ult. Dr.
Richard Feild, in the 6?d year of his are. He
was an accomplished gentleman, distinguished
nhnician. and lesrned man.
- On-.tb SathoT Mav.athi residence iatbis
county, Mr. Daniel ll'W, in the 70th year of
hia age- r He was an affectionate father, a. kiud
master and an obliging neighbor.
o 90tk wlu at kl seat upper Little
River, Burke county, Mr. H'tliam htrritt, in
the ryth year of his age. lie was struck wuh
the palsy on the 8th, and died on the 20th i he
was unable to speak from the time he was first
attacked until his death, In the death of thii
good old man, Society has lost a valued member.
He was an affectionate huiband, kind parent, a
good neighbor, aud an honest- wan. He-took
delight . iovadmuusterutg to the. necessities of hia
indigent neighbors i by his uprirhtness of con
duct, he" secured the' good w III of all" Who knew
btnw- lie "w as an trreproacljaWe member of the
Baptrst Church for a number or years," and an
Elder in the same. We trust he has exchanged
a world of cares and pains, for one of never
ending felicity, in the presence of hia God and
UUV A. wMcAKYFitt,
HAVING removed "hia TBwfleal
tUtabliahment t the residence
4 ' r. Lnmi Taylor, Sen. seven and
a half mile from Mrxksyitle, en the
main road leading from that town to
Hun ai.ie t and havinr laid in a nw supply of
grnuim MF.DICINES, win a'tend to the call of
Patienta aa heretofore.
He kerthp informs his friends, and employers,
that owing to his otveri and prtrarteJ ilhiras, it
his been impunblt for him to call on them,
penmalfy, w;th a view of making collect ion,
or settlements. Such will now be immediately
necessary and all those indebted, to him by
bonds, judgments, or book accounts, will p'eaM
avail themselves of this notification, w'lth" the
kail pottib't Wa-f..9therwie ..tljey will find
their respective accounts m the banc's t olncere
lor -eotlecth- ....... , 3t72
-. Vnr , 182. 7
Uouses and liOtd Vatra, 8cc.
llf1. subscriber oflfert for safe his
Houses and I.ots in the town of
Salisbury : they are situated on Main street, im
mediately east of the Court-Houie, snd sre eli-
pble situations tor Almost any-'kind of btmnen
Tbeir immediate vicinity to the Court House,
tbeing next to the corner) render--them- vlua.
bit fu publio business. v One of them hf "riovr"
rxupicdai :titf a
good run of custom t " and is apscous ai d con
venient. The other i an extensive ran re of
, buildings, occupied st this time by one lamily
only, out could be made to accommodate two
families, beiidea rooms for Stores or Mechanics
shops. A great bargain can be had in these
premises, as they willbe sold for about one-half
their real value; Also,
Valuable Plantation, ,
'MV Only about one mile from the Csur
Ilnuie.andin9tclil if Tntvn T1im
sre 373 acres belonging to the t rsct :
with a due proportion of good Me,
dow land, an orchard of 200 bearinp
Apple treea, beside upwards of 200 young
trees t as also a Peach Orchard, and many other
Fruit tree. Also, a large and convenient Dwel
ling House, on an elevated and brsntiful situs
lion, in full view of town ( with a'guod Kitchen
and all other necessary out home., with never
failing 8pringi of good water. Theae premises
will also be sold very low, and on accommoda
Any person desirous of viewing the ahov
property, and learning further particulars, will
HAS just received, and opened at his Store
in 8aUbury, a large and handsome assort
ment of .
Smins dnd Sumiher GOODS r"
Also, Groceries, Hardwsre, Cutlery, Plated Ware,
Hats, and Hatters' Trimmings, Crock,
ery, a good assortment of Bolting
Clothf, Shoes, Bonnets, rwV
and every article usually fe-
uked for in stores.
His stock of goods hsbeen purchased entire- please applv to the subscriber on the premises
ly for'eeaA and he is determined to aell them
as low is esn be had in tne puce, tor raA, or to
punctual customers on a short credit. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to call, examine, and
judge for themselves. - - -
Saliibury, June .id, IBW. 7t
last mentioned. PETER KR1DR.-.
Sa!Uburp, June 2J, 1829.. 3tZC
SUFEiUUK Court of Law, way term, lMW!
Robert Bieham vs. Mary Bigham i petition
for divorce." Ordered hf Co-art, that pobllcation
be made for three months successively in the
VTes'ern Carolinian and Raleigh Star, that the
defendent be and appear at the next Superior
court of law to be held for the county of Meek-
lenburg, at the court-house in Charlotte, on tot
6th Monday tfterlhe th -Monday in neptssnber
ne'xtlandPletd W tnr0Tmv1wtp
tioiL6il1h!ine 'will be heard espsrie. Wit-
aiemsowp, mat 28.
TVftaece.-Sales of three hhds Tobacco, yes
terday, at Seabrook's Warehouse,-by John O.
Lay, made by C. C. Macon of Orange county :
llibd N0.1,at gzo 731
I do 2, J2 00 Average gl6 16J
ldo 3. 15 75 ,, .....
Weight of the 3 hhds. $K$ foi.. emOunliPg
to g630 28,
nes amiL IleAdenbliLjCl
office, the 7(h Monday after the 4th in March,
1829. 3mti SAM. HENDERSON. ; ..
Malt' f North-Carolina, MeciiHenburg county !
SUPERIOR Court of Law, May term, 1829:
Berry Steward tr. Harie,tt Steward i peti
tion for divorce. In this case, Ordered by the
court, that publication be made for three months
in the Western Carolinian Snd Yadkin and Ca
tawba Journal successively, that the defendant
be nd appear at the next superior court to be
held for the county of Mecklenburg, at' the
Court-House in Charlotte, on Jhe 6th Monday
after the fourth Monday in September next, and
plead or answer to the plantiff'a petition, or Ihe
same will be heard exparte. Witness Saitil.
fllenderson, Clerk of our said Cou tt, at office, the
UnttW SAM'! HENDERSON, tlA. ..
IKTOTICE is hereby given, that the Notes anJ
i 1 Book Accounts due Ezra AHemone, previ-
i To-trirl8tlj May is!t hsvetseen asiirne(ittr
me, at Trustee, for collection, be. All persons
indebted to bim are hereby requested to tail
and pay the aarne before the lsrof'July next,
aa those unpaid op that day will be Indiscrimin
ately placed in the hands of an officer for col.
lection. Tht situation of his business will admit
of no further indulgence.
SAM'L. REEVES, TV-.
Til- tecbM 'kettsiOTt in-4hi' Aeidamy )!l,'a'.
- commence on Monday, Ute 29th of Juno '.
next, under the personal superintendence f
the subscriber. Instruction will hi given in all
the branches usually taught in Academies. The
School may be expected to be permaneiuV
St 72 . .. .-A, W. GAV.
WUketbr! Hllket Cilf. C. Map 23, 1829.
Xegtoes lot 8ae.
WILL besJd, n the 4th day of July nexl
at Mocksville, three likely
two Girl and one Boy, belnnguir to the estate
of Thomas Maxwell, dee'd. ArcrdiU will be
allowed, and other terms mad known on th
th Monday after the 4th in March, 1829. . 4day of aalcV iJOllNUXWELU tirVi, v
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