)0. h Utica, New-York, on the 36th 1
June, a gurt smith named Kriggs, and a
. ahoe- maker named Clark, who had alwa'ya
been botilo companion!, got boozy to
gether, quarrelled of ioune, atid got into
scuffle, during 'which Bflggs stabbed
Clark in five different placet with a jack
' vife. , Clark was Still living, last account.
" II.- A crizy-ttanhflarned Elniefrit
flreenfield, Massachusetts,! killed a child
two years old while lying in a cradle, by
.cuntoe it threat with a razor, on the 7th
ult. j and then nearly killed hit grand-Xtt-utifTt
by atriktag hliii oh'Uk''hm " with
ae:lJeJff as .taken up.and.conilneiL-
12. A theatre in Canton, Chinai was
performance of what they called a "
liglous dramsTHo honor of one of i
' ... a a. k
irioui drama," in honor of one of the
idols of the land; and rffore than, sixty
peraons lost their lives t the fire" was
occasioned by a rocket, used on the
13. The steam boat Kepawa burst its
Ubiler on the. 24tb June, near Wheeling
j) parsons were killed, and a good many
14. Mr. Washington Williams, an old
merchant of Laurens district S. C. com
mitted suicide on the 24th June, by
blowine his brains out with a rifle.
Cause unknown. s
. is. Mr. Ends Wildman, a respectable
.tavern keeper at Leesburg, Virginia
hung himself in his barn, on the 1 3th
nil. Cause, mental alienation.
16. JoWn - Mclienry . was cnaaked- to
deathvat Economy, recentlf, by a piece
of biscuit which stuck in his throat.
People ought to masticate their victuals
veil. ...not attempt to swallow it whole.
17. William TM.icN'eal hung himself oh
an anle tree, in Cooperstown, N. lork,
on the 18th ult. He was a drunkard
which is supposed to have induced him
to commit suicide
, 18. John Carlisle, living near Tuska
loosa, Alabama, killed his fjther on the
8th ult. by shouting him through the
heed with a ride ball. The retention by
the father of certain papers relative to
property, was the cause of this murder :
the murderer w as put - to jil to await
,'Jj&Jfjk;.:,,. ....v.-.ttt,- - -
bathing in a mill-pond, in Franklin coun
ty, on the "24th ult.
30- Laban Smith, a hatter, strangled
himself to death in Boston,-on the 23d
ult. by twisting a silk handkerchief round
his heck." No Cause is assigned for the
perpetration of the unnatural act;
Skinner, of rerquimou county, were
struck bv lhrhtninc on the 25th ult. and
burnt to the ground: two horses were
killed, and a negro boy dangerously
burnt j 300 bushel of wheat, and 400 of
corn, were destroyed in the barns.
The annual meeting of the Young Men's Mis
sioiury ...Society;., will take, place at Centre
Church, Iredelf county, on Saturday, 2.1d day of
August The annual address will be delivered
by tne Kev. Stephen Frontis, pf Bethany . It is
expected that thia will be an interesting and
imporiati', meeting j it in therefore most earnest,
ly deted, that all the members of the society,
and all others who feel any interest m the pros
perity of the church in our state, any interest in
the intellectual and moral culture, in the present
welfare or the eternul destiny of their fellow
citizen, would attend on thia occasion.
This institution, from its beginning, has enjoy.
ed ihi f miles and has heeamuchMessed otthV
Great Head of the Church. Tt must rejoice the
'leemer. Good has been done. The existence
-of ttrisnoctetv will tell with tremendonmf?'ct
on the eternal interest of-many. Truly, it
seems to be a vin planted by the right hand of
the Most High, fie, too, hath nourished it; and
already hath it brought forth fruit to the glory
of his na.ne. " Not unto us, Oh Lord ! but un-
o thy name, give glory." Christians, can you,
then, now suffer it, wi'h all its present promite,
,erence! jtugutt ia,
George Evans has been elected a Represerita
ivto Congress from Kennebec district, state of
-'-Mame,in,place,'TMKv''pmrie, appointed a
"tiwiur .m ventres".
John M, Janes was convicted before the sit.
nerior court at Lynchburg, Virginia, 22d ult. of
'ue muroer ot U. Hamilton.
Maj. Mn Biddferia.it of the United States
Army, has been elected a detegate to Congress'
fr.m Michigan Territory, by a majori(y of 700
to 900, over a. former incumbent, the Hcv. Mr.
Uichard, a Catholic Priest.
A coinage of lialf diqir (five cent
nieces) has been commenced bjr the mint,
uch a coin has long been wanted, and a
vry great convenience will result from a
LLLCTlON hETOlNS. '
The General Election throughout tlili state
takes place on Thursday next, the I3th inst.
in some or the counties, it ia held sooner, to
avoid conflicting with the courts. By a letter
from Oxford, e learn the remit in that county i
GranvllUr-William 11. Sfteed. senate i James
Wyche, Spencer O'Brien; commons, :
For Congress. Robert Potter received 1.150.
Samuel f lilhnan about 60 votes. ' , . .
For the followim? returns viTara liutfitit m
the laat Raleigh Register T
Adgectmbe. Louul D Wilson, senate i Gray
Mura, in UK's iiaaer, commons.
For Congress. William B. ShenharA
fn this county, irhwijority fif Istt'&ijtiviw.
Lemuel Sawyer t It li thought thl! wilt tVmue
From the Tarboro Press. i learn the result
Pitt.' .Marshall Dickenson, senate i Alfred
Move. William Clark, mmmnm .
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1ATEST FROM EUROPE.
Tlie British ahip Jan-Hastie, at New-York
from GFenock brin Glasgow papers to the 15th
June, incltive. They contain London advices
to the l.jtb ami Pans to th 10th June.
most important articles they, furnish are
two Russian milletins." The firt Is dated May
,1 1, and only -announces th passage-f- tlVevDan-
one ws xnree amereni jiom-s. me ecoin is
dated from the camp before Silintria, (May
22d.) detailing the preparations which are mar
in? to carry on the seige with the utmost activi
tv. The bulletin savs that the enemy remain
quiet, and seldom disturb even the Russian out
posts which are stationed at only 300 fathoms
matftder of the bulletin relates to the advantage
gain'd over the Turks led on by the Grand Vizier
in persbn, who lefr- Shuml -with -the intentioo
of attacking Pravadi, with 15,000 men, and was
after wards reinforced with 10,000 more i but ha
was ultimately defeated after much hard and
furious fighting, with the loss of 2.000 of his
troops, and was foi ced to retire to Shumla. The
Russians lost 1000 mm.
A letter from London, June 8th, says 'There
is the Devil to pay in the Cabinet, and very lit
tl to pay with in the Exchequer. Impor
tant changes are in rapid progress and pre para.
"""A riot hid taken place inCarrick-on-Snir, Ire
land, between some soldiers, and at length in
creased to a great mob. The 76th regiment
were ordered to fire among the crowd. Some
persons were kilted apd others wounded. The
Hew Mr. Slandish Grady, who was hastening to
suppress the r'rut, was thrown from bis horse
The rumors in relation to the removal of the
Lord Chancellor continue. I ml Lyndhurat is
snid to give satisfaction to nobody, neither to
the.bar nor the suitors, nor the m'msitry, nor the
On the 29tb of Mav, the grest and celebrated
philosopher, Sir Humphrey Davy, closed his
mortal carear in Geneva, in the 51st year of his
I Succeti siAe Creeiti. The Olasgow Courier
from the Ionia, Inlands, of the surrender of Mis-
Rattimore Marhft.Thtrt is yet no settled
prices for flour. Yesterday dealers were giv.
ing g5. 25 to 5.37i for fresh ground Howard
street flout from wagons, and it was held at
Grain.-r A further decline has taken place in
wheat, and a small advance in corn. Our quo
tations embrace the rates at which sales were
made yesterday. Former, 31 tt v!t.
" JJxxrbooL June 13. This eek the
market was very flat, but steady and firm until
Thuraday, when the demand revived, and con.
siderab'e business has since, been done. There
is no alteration jn price i las! week's rates have
been fully supported. The sales of the week
have been 1 3,557 bales : We quote Uplands at
5 to 6 3-8: New-Orlesns 5 1-8 to 7J.
3'be Corn trade to-day ia extremely dull, and
may be quoted fully 3d or 4d cheaper than on
Frigate ffudim. The Washington correspon
dent of the New-York Courier, says: "f have
wrt seen a letter dated 12tb May, 1829. from the
Rio de la Plata, stating thai;afTaira on board the
Hudson frigate are in a terrible state, that armed
. y.L i r j: iL.
semineis who Dayoueia nc arc parauiii. me
ward room before the state rowms of two lieu
Lurrttuck.CuMi Etheridire. senate, Benia.
T, Simmons. Willoughby D. Barnard, com-
tenanti, who ire compelled to be content h I
plsyinir bo-peep, throiirh the .mall anerture of i
h i-wiMMiciiicm, nu u cpcc;i an wiu oe
tried by court martial, the moment that the Bos-
ton ani Vandalia. arrive from their cruise. This
is a novel state of thing, on board an American
frigate, and but seldom, witneswd. . .
taoat tea amies; rioiitir. .
We have recently met with a file of the
Ptnntijtvanr Chronicle, printecl at Phila
delphia in 1 767, from which e make the
following etlracll : . -
- nVlitimihuT Vti. nT -s.7
&y a gentleman from North-Carolmr
e are in formed, th at on It h e .i 6 lb tilt,
his F,xcllencLord Ckariet QmiII4Mo'
CCllenCV William Trvon. Esq. Governor
art, Ltq. Superintcndant pf Indian affairs
of the Southern UeDactment, arh to hold
a Congress at SaU$buryt In North Caroli
na, with the Cherokees, in order to so tie
a boundary Hoe with that nation . a nat
ter that seems very interesting to tie
frontiers of the southern colonies, as rra-
ny acts of violence have been lately con
mitted by that nation for want of proptr
restrictions as to thair hunting grounds
The Mthnal )eor, An article from
the Philadelphia Sentinel announces the
nlaaatnt intllifrenif. tlar h a lat n.
ment. aiip National Debt h.a hcn r.H,,.i
ced nearly one-seventh of the whole a-
mount. We have heard It remarked,
that it is the purpose of the President,
during bis term of office, to effect, if por
sible, the extinction of the Public Debt;
and if the present rigiaf administration of
our fiscal concerns, shall be followed by
an accession of retrnue from the con
templated commercial regulations, he
win In all nrobabilitysucc.edjin.accorai
plishing that very dcsirible object.
Mr, Oilmern al parts of the state
there appears to be a determination on the
promoted by some oft he leading men, to
re-alect Mr. Gilmer t the seat which he
has recently vacated.,' On the part of the
people the design is without doubt honor
able towards the gentleman, and intended
to retain his superior talents and worth
in the council of the nation. Athenian.
France and Alsiert- The last accounts
from" the Mediterranean "state, that the
French were preparing a fleet of men of
war and transports to attack Algiers by sea
and land ; and that they had already in
commission on the Mediterranean 87 meii
of war. . On the- 23d of May, off Alicant,
they saw French frigate under jury
Of the Squadron destined for Algiers.
Judicious Tariff. The JVrw-l'orX' En
yutrer.of the 9th inst. gives the following
definition of the term " judicious Tariff :"
wJjBl iLheK iudu:iqu,NTarUi,, Wha,do
you mean by a judicious Tariff f" V e
mean a Tariff which abaU give a libfajal
protection to manufactures, and yet shall
not destroy commerce t a Tariff which,
in' yielding a support to commerce and
agriculture, will be able to throw its pro
tecting mantle over our manufactures; a
Tariff which ahall consider our manufac
tures in a state of infancy, not manhood ;
which ahall direct ita steps, not aid it to
gallop over a precipice ; which shall give
it gradual strengvh, not place it in battle
array with the old systems of the old
world. " !
SZCRETARt OF THE XATr.
The Philadelphia Sentinel of the 27'ih
ult. says j "The Hon J. Branch, Set'y.
of the Navy, armed in our city on Friday
afternoon last, and devoted Saturday to
the examination of our Navy Yard and
United States Naval Asylum on the
Schuylkill. Trior to hia visit to us, he
bad examined the Navy Yards at Norfolk
and New York. It cannot fail to be a
subject of gratulatinn to the people of the
United Stairs, to know that the head of
the -Navr. department is personally Jo-
which, not wlthstatidKlg they are approve
of by the nation ai Urge','equire, 'at' the
same time, that the funds 01 the govern
ment to be expended upon them should
he laid out with a single eye io the good
of the country. This early exemplifica
tion of the Secretary's tfeal in his new
atationvia an ample pledga of ahe ability!
and fidelity with winch he will execute
the duties of hia Department.
, Salisbury Ptien, Augvst &t...........-. C otton
ter f to 10, flour 3.75 to 4 per barrel, wheat 50
to 60, Irish potatoes 30 to 40, leet do. 25 To 35,
brown sugar 12 to 15, coffee IS to 22, salt l.ll
to 1.25, homespun cloth 18 to 30, whiskey 20 to
25. bacon 7 to 9.
Fayettevillt, July 29. ...Cotton 6J to 7J
hacon 5 to 6, peach brandy 55 apple do 40 to 4
butter 10 to 15, eorn 49 to 55, flaxseed 80, flour
4 to 51, lard Th, molasses 32 a 34, sugar 8 J to 1 0,
salt 7J to 80, tallow 8, wheat 85 a 90, whukey 24
to 28......U. S. bank notes 1 J a 1 per cent. pre.
mium, Cape Fear ditto, 1 a 2.
Charleston, July 27.. .'.....Cotton 7 to 9J fcents,
flour 7 a 7i. whiskey, 26 a 27, bacon 6 to 7, hama
8 a 9, best kihd of bagging 20 to 22, salt 34 to
50. corn 42 a 46. coffee 1 1 to 15.W...N. Caroling
kunV O ,i r,K nt tliiroiint , Georgia. Is
- , ditto.
........ -4 , , - .
rji 'I l , r , n- . j'ii
- f1" P' !'T to.?
Hour 6, bnwm 7 ,
: RichmivL Jmi 1 rnn r- oi !...
1.23cU 45. baooJr Z if, S aptle 1" a
45, whiskey 25 to 27. ? UmliUr
. CamAm. Jlum,u 1 rnt, . T". t i
to S OUt Of the Wt-on. that from f!uin.lk
mjlls 6 to 7 1 wheat $1, corn 60 to 624, 32,
salt 75, whiskey 28 to 35, bacon 7 to a.:-r
- mtmngtattJul,, 20r;,.Gotton 7 to , tin 10
to 13, flour 6.50 to 7.0Q, corn 60 to 60,cheee 7
to t, apple Brandy 33 Vj35,talldw d to 9. , ' V
Cheraw Julu 29.. ..otton. 7 to 8H. bacon
6 o 8, com 50. flour 4 to 4,5l, whiskey 25 to
24 peacbraJ ,4
leaf tobacco eoflee , 15 to id, salt 74 to 75,
' VVVw.fsrl-. Jul 28,..4..Cotton 81 to 10, Aonr
to 21, wheat 1.37 to 1.50, oak Unn'd sole lesth.
er 20 to 26, hemlock do. 18 to 23, hams 9 to 10,
salt 42 to" SO; Ippte braniTy 36 to 401 wViikey2l a
to 22, leaf tobacco 3 tq 5, yellow beeswax 23 to
24.....,..Narth-Carolina bank bills 3 to n per
cent diicount,- South Carpfina 1 to 1 i, Georgia
2 to 2), Virginia 1 per cent. do.
Cincinnati, OAis, JtJ 17...Xotton i?4, fea-
thers 23 cents, flaxseed 37 to 40, flour 5 75 to
5.8 f, Kenhawa aalt 50 cents, peach brandy 62,
apple do. 37, whiskey SO, tallow 6 to 7, tobac
ca3to7centf per lb.
lloittmsJuty 25.......Coon 10 to Jl4, dax 9
a 11, flour 7 to 7 12, corn 50 a 51, cheese 3
6, tallow 6 a 8j.
It is reported that Mai. Davitac, of
New 0r,e' n now in the Eastern
..a . a . -i f
' nut to oe appomiea :o me ie-
gation of the Netherlands.
At Ihtrlington Cmirt-House, 8. C.by the Rev
Mr. Morgan, on the 9th ult. Mr. Robcr Lide, to
Miss Martha A. Savage, late of this county.
- At Rstem. siimptrr distrkr, ft. tr: tr the 20ih-
ult. Cspt. George Cooper, in the 70th year of
. On the 29th July, 1829, JamraLarayetle, son
of .Iosnh MeConniuirhev. fcsn. ot Mccklen
burg County, aged one year lacking one day.
nnilE subscriber hsvine removed from Lin
X colnon to his farm at the Buffalo Shoal
Ford, on the public road leading from Lincoln
ton to Rtatrsville, nine miles Irom the latter
place, and twenty from the formers bfRS leavv
to inform the public, that he will continue the
Practice of Law in the County and Superior
courts of Lincoln. Iredell. Hntlierftird am! Merit
h-nhnri. He mav be found at homr. at all
Timtr t xrrrx v hen nr rrfaTily absent on his cir-
r.uit. All letters on buaineo, may, be addroseil
to him in StaUaville.
UlCII.VttD T. URI MISY.
July 28, 1829. 6t84
P. S. The Editor 4f he JiMirnal i rruuf sled
to insert the alive five times, and forward hisr
A valuable trait of LAXl), on the Oafco
BY virtue of i deed "of Trust, I
hall expose to sale, on the
premises, on Tuesday, the 7th of
" of L
emtx-r next, that valuable trart
.NI), lyinir in Iredell countv.
the name f the McKay tract i containing 43(5
acres. A 'good proportion of this tract is first
rate river bottom, and the balance of superior
irplamlsrwrtb sirne - tmprovemefif . : "It is pre
sumed the local situation of ihi tract of Iml,
anl its (piality, will he a sufficient inducement,
for those wishing to purchase, fi call and ex
amine for 'hemwlves . any information relative
to the said land, can be had by apjilvine to
William Mr Kay, living on the premises, one
and a half miles below the Island Knrd.
MILKS W. ABRRNAT1IY, 'Wee.
7,inr'n rir.v, July 28, 1H2'J. 4iH J
ONR thonsanl poundx of the first quality of
BfcKS WAX wsntedj for which a liberal
price will be given, in cash, at the Salisbury
Medirsl nnd Drug Store. AUSTIN & Bt'R.Nb.
Snhsmry, Jug. Ath, 1829. 78
Great Bargains !
fMlUE siibcriber's intention being, to remov
JL to the West, if powible in the spring, of
fers the following Property lor sale, upon rea
sonable term, nsmely :
A House and Lot on Maui SI revt, ad
joining V.. W.Brosvn, formerly occupied
Ifif hiin ielf as a StMe, and one among the
.iditoOuMeaa habsbury pogelher
hop by Mr. Ii-vrv. ... -. ..
jfSu Also, .5 it) seres Lwd, lying m the
Forks ol the Ysilkin, nine miles trnm
Salinbury, adjoining Fred'ck. YvX;
y.sclianah MacAtee and others, on
which are some improvements i and
as for health, supposed to be equal to any Plan
tation in the county.
Also, ,2& acm. ..Laud, ly wg on Crane
Creek, three (tunrterl of a mile from town, ad
joining John L'tzman, Thomas Mull, and others,
rm wl'trh there are ten or twelve acres weauow
Ground, of ftrst quality.
Also wumber of MUt and Tin IVurt, fw sole
at his store h Salisbury.
In eehanrefcoein 4mmith;ahos
negro property, win oe receiveu.
Those who wish to buy, would do well to ap
ply soon. EDWARD CRESS.
Salithury, Aug. UJ.1829. 78
P. S. The remaining Stick tf COOflV on
hand in Concord, comprising a good ansortment,
belonL'inir to the subscriber, will be sold off on
low terms i anI payments made easy to the pur
chaser, if the whole stock could be dispoed at
one sale. , K. C.
VUiovU 'fit iluction.
I WILL expose to Auction, the balance of the
V(( of Onttk of E. Allemong, on tle I3tli
and 14th of Autnist, 189. the day of the Klec-
tion. K. H. AI.E.AMt.H. i
To Cotton OlnntT.
" J J JL frequently solicited by bis
hmttm-f 1 old cuitomert, agifin to establish
JL , A the Gift MaMnf Rntinett, has ,
opened his shop in Saliabiirv.
where he is prepared to Wake and repair (lint.
of the very best niaterials.ln ttiperior tyle.nf ,
wo. amantmp, jum on terms the most exoromo
dating, even in the hard time. '
Having heeh engaged io thebuHnes S.X oi
seven years i ethploymg a part of hia time for
hree or four ( the htrt aeasimslii picking cot
ton, for the etprrst puriM Se of more fully ae-
tical oneratinn uf thru mrfu! machines t and.
h'ajur recent-l i4d St l4dawhee- i-. - S-
lie wwm tmrwH4m'TO w"rs rh the-" -..,"
Mied with lhi pln m wh'fh they are con- - , v'
tmrts.t I... . l. .1 .r -i . '
r.-ST-.HCTW,Hfp'W f.ei f pirco, fwu..,
"j TAicricncc, Tiria acimrr(i, in
be can emrstnier Machines ,'lTi6rio?td'innver"
Those wishing work done In this" line of busi-
ness, are respectfully Invited io call on the sub
scriber, witness the plan ami execution of hia
wora, examine and Judge for themselves, -lla
will spare no pains in supplying himself with
the best msterials to be had in the country i and
vvill make and repair film, according to order
rece!ed,,on short notice and reasonable terms.
All thoe who may please to call on him, will
find him either at his simp or dwellincr in Sali
bury, teady to execute any job with which they
may oe pleased to lavor mm.
SaHdtny,Jif;6,$9. r 79 t
Tnkeu Av v tioniuUtei
fllO jail this day, in Rowan county, N. Cafo
JL lina, a negro man named ISRAEL and -ays
he belongs to Rtifu, Johnson, Lincoln eouu
:y, tt. C. Me is of Mark complexion, common
sie, ahofit 19 years old, has lest the first and
artond fingers pn the left hrid, says they were
cut off by an axe i left home two werks since.
The owner is requested to prove property, psy
charges, and take him awav.
:. -,. . .:. SLATER,. Mf. ---
Ahjuh 4th, 1829. 79
AVUU tr, thU Kwitca.
lid July, 1829. S
CVU1D propos.il,;illJbe.reei this of
3 . ftee until h-4H ofeptembf aVHvtf -the
following White Oak h'hef 1 required for a
'tip of the line-tfe delivered at the Navy
Yard, Philfclelphia, 'by the hst of December en.
suing) and on the delivery, to undergo the in
spection. Sec. Ot the uniit Svv Yard.
I'lftr Gun ltrvi:A l5ger KnefS body
from 7 to 7 feet, arm fi feet, side I0 inchrs
when completed, to be square and a little out
square. 1 j inch to 1 foot, on! rquare, nut mtrt.
Sfiitr berk. 7f lariri"r Knees body irtm 7
fcei, aim l -U i-tinltes 'he r.im.
pleted out S(ure from 2 to 3 J iuchrS to 1 foot,
!tp& tt:Xi Hanging Knees body 7 feet,
arm fi feet, side 9 indi il when completed out
stiiinre from 3 to 4 J inrhes to I foot, hot mm.
I: iNfera. ;njujtt-.he;. varadtsfe. endorse;; fwr to
lurniMii Hinte tiak Mifett Tor a amp ot tlie line
at l'trilatlelpiw and tranismitted to h-i office.1
ClAtiTION..,iAll pervnitare cautioned sgaintt
trading for a note of hand, for about ftlf,
dated .sometime .in. the hitter, part of lJo given
by I'hilo White to met as be lias paid said note,
and taken my rt-ceipt againt iti The note is
supimied to be lost. AI.I'.A'ANDEK L0N.tr.
.SdHtiimy, .111. t.if, lSi!9. 1
FOR SJUE, -
XSr H t lielieve.l from recent
VY' itiscuveries, within the OaH Xlcgim
isWi i. of North-Carolina. This trur.t was
grafted by the state, in the year 1795 1 consts
of one.continuous survey, adjoining the county
line of Witltes, and exicndjng from tho Wim
Ridge to within throe miles of'tlie Main Yadkin
Hirer. It is intersected for fifteen or twenty
miles by Mitchell's river, aflbrdihg an shuni nt
supply of water-power at all seains. and marv
sites eon venient ( he tp lies tion of thia fw,w .
er io the purpoiesnt Machinery. fVoWhsi I de.
ly been (duikI in the" tieiuhbo'-hodd ef tl.h 'and.
but its mineral treasures are in a great tn!a!kure
iineiplured. Persons desirnns to ptirehsse, sre
referred to the Kditor for more partit ular infor
mation, with whom the plat of this land is de
poiiled. Suliihuri, June tith. l"?i. 7(
ifluft iw VuctAn Utmniy,
7IOR SAI.K.-Agreeahly to the
"'i'J? M. W will ami testamf nt of Ahra
WSsfW nm Kahsrd', dte'd. the undwrtign-
JL- ed, KxtM-iilors in said will and testa.
eo, r.xeriilors in said will and testa,
ment, on I liorsdav the 27th dav r.?
ACTlJC,tt--PtL.ttie. premises, wilt expose---.puh!ic.,ile,.ever.iJ.
.ajijouung. tracts of LAJiDt -
'Ik'? liL'iii.iffi-JAUKJUollw water KtHiait'---
Lowe, and ilinkin, ami are equal In quality to
any lands in the neighborhood.
Formerly there were m operation tin the pre
rnises, a Saw and ;rvt Mill, itnd fntton Ms.
chine j but at present only the grist-mill is in
The seat is an es.eellent One for anv kind of
mschmrry, htviitg iiieotisldefa'bre fair and goor ""
t'nthe premises is a good Anole Orchard,
and also a oonHiderife ouautitv of meadnur
land. , .
! "COflilitionsi 0n ami two years credit i- ar-
provid securitv will be rennire.l. ami fill i
."-..rwu:,., s, m jarmjmjm mrsmb, r,.,. .. . . . ...
if ll'V'IV rtl lF 1 '- "-Mn.jaiE.iia.
Price adv. R2.62J Surviving F.reenton
Unoln eo. July IGA, H9. fit HI
Drivm to Faycl lev Me,
WILL find it to their advantage, to stop at
the ffVyoii Yard, where every con
venience is provided for Man and Horse, to makv
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of ?5
cents a day and night, lor the privilege of tli'
Yard, the ue of a good house, fire, wster, and
shelter,- Attached to the Yard, are a Grocer
and Provision Store, Hread Shop nv Confec
tionary, 'and s, House for Hoardera and IKlper.
plain, cheap, wholesome and comfort.
. Me nb. Trfffv- ta.tyi:. 18, r '
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