xKethtttt'A 6p!nSon should have been deemed
sufficient to interdict half the society from the
rrWribe them as unworthy of every trust. It
L-..M have been tome ft circumstance of treat
licf bd I found a moderate participation of
offices in ie lianas Ol inc majority ; i wouiu
fnem'w their just share. , Put their total exclu
. .. ,.iu for ororoDter correctives. . . I snail cor-
.-m the nrocedure i but that dooe, return with
w ta tlxlW of things when the only que
mcerninir aeanuiuaie anau oe, m oe
honest ? i he capable J Is he faithful to the Con.
1 tender you toe nnmii o my niguesi is
. THOMAS JEFFERSON,
1 To Ems Sairsn, Esq. and others.
Members of-the uomminecrw TnrineiTnjim
Hr.r..Mst of the papers by the late, snub,
"-"rf".-irtwl.it MIHMMI W ' Uauj Ik a
the way of Marseilles, ttuadatouper. Charleston
n I.:.-,,.. if h drrnetion of the Kui.
na f"l,,,,y -- v ,
sin fiuadron, (which wu blockading the IJar.j
danelle) by the combined naval forces of Eng.
. 11 .n t.nuik.
fondant! Franco me ruwur wu w mijjrv-
ble, that we did not give it currency ami toe
Kquel has proven that we were prudent in the
fourse we took. Lter accounts do nor confirm
the report 1 and there is no doubt of its having
fccens sheer taoncat ion.
It is toS regretted, that many papers, in their
Mgeraess to publish tiie laiett news, seize upon
every flying rtoBor, without waiting to calculate
the probability of its verity, and proclaim St to
ihe world in suqh'lerml as to give it the sera-
llance of sober factj when, perhaps, in their
erv next publication, they will havehe morti
tcation of re-swallowing, as the dog does his
omit, the unconcocted morsel of which they were
iVso iroich'haste to relieve their stomach only
the week before. But such is the peculiar, mor
bose state of some stomachs, that every thing
....v;., nf ihe nroucrtr of nntt. ttcrett. kc.
' It, OTitheTmoir)le of'repulsip spetaily ewtt
f. from themithey seem not to po?ses the
power of retention for any thing of that nature,
Xf t do' not pfetepd to claim" an entire exemp
ttm from this infirmity f yet we think-, that our
perfect willingness to can the beam out of our
own eye, as fur ai in u lies, ought to entitle us
to say to our editorial brethren," if to none
others, that we should al! find it to our mutual
interest, were we !0 m reform ourselves out of
this poipensity. More credence would thereby
It gained for newspaper articles in general 1
the character of the I'm and the Proftttion,
be elevated far above lliiur presrnt stsndard i
and Printers be more respected, and better
patronized, than they now art
Mr. .VoiA Legrand, a member of the esecutive
eouncd of, Virginia, Juvbeen appointed Navy
Ageot at Norfolk, in place of Mr. Mile King,
"rcmdvtd. '"This appointment has caused much
fluttering siiiong the Adams men ; they groan,
and ak-ose the ailministration, without mcasuri,
' about it. Mr. King; as far as we can learn, is a
good-enough kind of man ; but he had a long
time enjoyed the emolumenti of the office,
" which we7eorisrJe7al)Te"T"he ' was"" moreover
wealthy when he received the appointment, and
tias doubtless by this time amassed an overgrown
estate, and is rolling in all the voluptuousness of
affluence. - Now it is contrary to the genius otj
our Republican institution, to ehcoursge by
gorenmental patronage the monopoly, by a i
favored, few, of th'eTu1Siaftce and wealth of ihe
cnuntry : it nurtures and promotes the growth tlKe &rK 0f bis total unfitness to hold office un
of an arituicraty in the laud, which is the bane j dcr the Government. We wish, if the fellow is
of Republics. Mr. King and his friends would, i worth the notice, Gen. Green of the Telegraph,
no doubt, have the government perpetuate him I would da him up, and lah Uie miscrcate through
in ofHce, and make honors and emoluments
hereditary in bis family ! lUit he must recollect,
that rotation in oflice, is a jewel in a Republican
orro4fc. It is mentioned in the . Washing-
ton (North Caro'ina) Echo, that at the recent
ejections In that county, although thev were
warmly contested, the candidates abstained al
together from treating the people with intoxica
ting liquors, with the view of gaining their
sotts. This reflects honor on the county, and
l highly creditable to the people thereof ; eve
ry phi snthropist, and every friend lo morality,
would be rejoiced to see, henceforward, this
praiseworthy example followed by all the coun-,
ties m the State. Until this be done, the anx
ious hope of the virtuous patriot and christian,
to see the elective franchise purely exercised,
imtainted by corruption ami briberyand con.
Kquently to see none find their wsy to seats and
votes in our legislative halls, but such as sre
honored for their talents, respected for the in
tegrity of their principles, or esteemed for the
rurity of tbeir moralsi will not, cannot be re-
We are much gratified in bring enabled to
"stc, (bat at the late elections tn this (Uowan)
. vouiiiy, very Uvilc, if any. of. the .drunken, bpis- i,
termn carousing, whicli formerly disgusted eve
ry Wena to morality and the purity of elections,
on like occasions, was witnessed. Pubfic opin.
100 ' frowning down these demoralising prac
tiees, which were calculated to infuse their nob
tipg influence into the legislation of our coun
tr7i and corrupt the fountain-head of our puliti
c! institutiors which, to b abiding, should be
preserved in vestal purity,
WKf .Tbo thip Fama, from Cadii, Spain,
frived recently at Havanoa, from the coast of
Afhcs,UnJed upwards of 300 sick slsves on the
ofCuba t oa her passage, she lost, by dis
, snore than 600 slaves, and 60 of her erew
hal a drstructpfl ef hrjmao life.
Humphrey Courtney, aged about 18, son
of Mrs. Elizabeth Courtney, was drowned at
Fitzsimmons'i wharf, in Charleston, on the 15th
ultimo. ' .
Outrageous T.,k New England paper states
that "in Concord (New-Hampshire) the stage
drivers refuse to carry more tha? seven band-
boxes to each lady -passenger r Now we take
the. liberty to protest, most solemnly protest
arainst this wanton infringement on the WrAit efi
female f And, to getthe start of the Adams and
Claypapers,as yelfas to exhibit a specimen of
our penetration spying odt the: hidden sources
of mischief, with which, the worshipers of the
.' .table orator" assert. our country is now afflicted
firoKTin&nf vdmmistrationt we do erpresw a
wrjrriojwjiajHcjoli arwloy," and
Xht -udl-knwn vtraciti of the aforementione
papers, that Gen. Jackson, und al 'Tils cabinet,
are in the secret of, and wink at, the above
named outrage on the rights of the ladies! How
monstrous it is ! ! " Our country has come to a
pretty pass, indeed,' (as that incorrigible ter
magant, Madam Jloya', exclaimed, on being in
dicted as a common $coU, by the grand jury at
Washington) when the government won't pro
tect the LaiUet in their undoubted ritrhts.
and permit them to carry not only their waid-
robe, but their whole toilet &lon with thetn In a
public aiage, free of e ttart charge for M lug
We expect every coalition paptf-io the coun
try ( do if duty and either publish this article,
or make such a befittjng commentary as the im
portance of the subject calls for.
Henry Clay, the notorious travelling speech
monger, has eaten another public dinner, and
edified bis auditory with another .ipoutation. at
Bardstow n, Kentucky. We recollect of having,
u inm. tva.arn mnw ivnrnrr. or
nrmj of beer, to t wtnderingbaHad-singeri te' sir
upon the steps and amuse ui boy with some of
his old songi: and we very, well remember, that
the old fellow would never strike a single note
tULhe had. wet haMiif .vitbjLhe.Jtteer or lin
gered the cub. So it it with the itinerant ora
tor of the West : he must first be paid, before he
performitni a tpeech seems to be a full consid
eration for what he eats and drinks. Muutte-bank-like,
he rambles over the country ; and
when the people wish for a little diversion, they
know the terns of his performance : A dinner is ;
got up ; and after the orator has plied his stom-1
.ri. .;.. .1.. ra.n... if ik. : .1 ..,,1 1
mellowed by the sparkling juice of the grape,
forth issues s speech smoking with denuncia
tions against the President, and all his " aiders
and abettors," in their patriotic endeavors to re
form the abuses which said orator mainly contri.
buted to introduce, or to encourage, in tire gov
crnroent,' while it was unfortunately subjected
to his and hit superior's misrule. '
J no. Jadton. ti will be recollected '.his men
was recently appointed to a Consulate, and his;
I commission soon after revoked. We prceive
(JhTnia coxi'e'o'ul in tIie"c6a1itT61i Ipapers with a
I long Card on tfie subject, addressed to the Pre.
sident 9f the United States. -His language is
shamelesily coarse and scurrilous towards that ex-
sited- and venerable officer; and is ample evi
dence, even if none other existed, of the perfect
propriety of the revocation of hi commission,
(wtrrctrbe to-have- received, through mis-
the community as hr reserves.
Spain and Mrric... he vsunted expedition
which recently failed from Mvnni, to attempt
the re-conquest of Meiico, is likely to turn out,
tt we predicted, a miserable abortion. The
fleet has been dmpened, ir not rrtty destroy,
ed, in a storm .- one of the transports, with 500
troops on board, ha arrived at New Orleans, in
distress, and aked permission to land, in order
to reair the s!iip, if susceptible of being repair
A number of other vessels of the squadron
were reported to have put into Fen.acola, and
1 ..... , .
other ports, much damaged. M.y such e the
fate of every expedition destined, aa was this,
to re-establish in ihe Hepublics of the South,
the iron despotism of ld Sptin.
.! hint to Sluggard, We recollect, that
many years ago, a member of the legislature of
New-Vork.-wfto wsw wot twssiaelf aam-actuouloui
in " keeping boly the Sabbath day,"
forward a bill
to impose a nne on any person
who sIkkiH violate the aanclity of the sabbath,
Another member (now a distinguished LL. U.)
rosw and observed, that if any one of the ten
't,u:iuMM.i.L.M;.J.. r it..
V s'ssi I i(asisi(Tv Tssiw w sw" si w rwrm k mr wovmr - w p msw
tatwK-ho waa-Uewiroiw 4by . should, all be so ,
and therefore would move, as an amendment to
would notA.r aix days, in secordance
Use injunction, " Six days sAaii thou kir.H ic
Largo Yegetab!es...Mr. Daniel Lowrance, liv
ing on the western borders of this county, de
sires us to mention, that he now has a Cucumber
growing in hi garden, which measures eighteen
and a half inches in length and it is not yet
done growing, lie has a nuaVaer cf others
nearly a larre.
I But this cucumber is put in the bsck ground,
I by one which the Boston papers soy wu raised
in the vicinity of that city. It is ststed to be
jt vefert ont inch in length f Whc'her this is
I fact or fict ion, we know not t but it seems to be
pjlb hf d hi the r.bcmvs cf tnitb
By the favor of our friends anl eorrtspon-
dents, and through the Eastern papers, we are
enabled to lay the following tdiStttnal returns
of the election in this state, before our readers.
We learn from the Fayetteville papers that
the Hon. Oabriei H!mei is re-elected, Jby a ma
jority of two or three hundred votes, over Gen.
Movant.. IfuOlef. . f v
In the Edenton district, JTilUani R. Shephard,
Esq. gentleman of high character, and respec
table talents, nas been elected to uonrress. bv
, majority of three otlbur hundrtd votes, over
the old incumbent,-Lemuel 8wter,. sq.
. In the Newbern district; GtLJeAtHpeight, late
speaker ol the senate of this 'state,- has been
elected to congress by a large tujoriiy over
Thomas H. Daves and James Manney.
MrDcbecry'a aJorit,A(aMfclCaMMn. fyt
jiK foiliiigise sute of the jolljn j
jibe diUereirt - 1 'I1!L JH"".
Kobewn . 395 326.
Moore ...... 400 . 491
Richmond .... 506. : 320
Anson ...... 817 356
Montgomery 716 251
3098 S369 '
'Moort. -Alexander M'Ncill, senate t William
Hancock,- D. Murchison, commona.
tiii'i. Stephen Miller, senate 1 William
Wright, John Farrier, commoni.
Bladen, James McKay, senate ; John J . Mc
Millan, Robert Melvin, commons.
Sampton....D. Underwood, senate 1 Ttlr. Sloan,
Archibald Monk, commons.
. Jlfnj'eniery....Jobn Crump, senate Reuben
Kendall, James M. Lilly, commons all without
. Wayne babnel Stterraro, senate; James
Rhodes, John W, Sauer, commons.
. JonntKM....Reuben Sanders, enate ; Hillary
Wilder, Allen Kicbfcrdton, commons.
Grwi....Wyatt Moye, senate James Har
per, Arthur Speight, coramont.
GoM....Wiliam W. Covper, senate 1 Wilham
W. Stedman, Riseup Raw hi commona.
"Hertj9rd,flnx9t lr Monigomery,eivate 1- Jo
H. Wbeeler, fcnslia A. iDambiee, coiumoua. -
ijJumbuj. James Burney, tenate; Luke R.
SimiwooarC.. Stephens, commona.-,
Brumwick... Jacob Leonard, senttte ; Marsdea
Campbell, J. J, Cauze, commons, i.:
i7uioj.Jsham Matthews, senate t 'esse -A.
Bynuni, Thomas Nicholson, commons.
.Vflrrn....Joeph J. Williams, senate; William
Watts, Jese Cooper, commons, "
Morrefj.... Richard Davis, senate ; William U.
Jones, John H. Green, commons.
Icnoir....William D. Mosely, senete Council
Woo en, Allen Woo ten, commons.
JVorthampttn. ..Colin W. Baraea, senate ;
James Haley, Roderick B. Uary, cornmoiH'.
fergmmum. Willis Riddick, senate ; lienja-
rnin Muilen, 1'bomas Wilson, commons.
fatqxtotank. -John ttioi, senate; Thomas
ae". ' J"raan, commons.
vttmurn. uijuuuu a. ceil, miner l ntmi
Dozier, Abner Grandy, commons.
-Vt Hanover.... "....William B. Mears. senate ;
William S. Lai kins, Patrick Murphey, commons.
Chovan. William Watson, senate; George
Blair, William By rum, commons.
IVasJung-ton.&iinuie. Davenport, senate;
Thomas B. ltaughton, James A. C'hesaon,' com
'yrrcl-John B. Beaslry, senate ; Daniel N.
Bateman. Fredrrirk Uavpur, kiwmw
Anet. Risden M. HDsnieL senate ; O'Brien
Cox, Alfred Staitly, commons.
CbrierrJ Otway Burns, senate ; J. S. W.
Hellen, D. W. Borden, commona.
P"f- Edward Ward, senaje"; Richard B.
Hatch, John B. Thompson, commons. -
State of -the poll tn Stokes": for the senate,'
Moore 540, Sbober 429; for the commons. Ban
ner 851, Butner 788, E. Plummer 749, J. Sal
mons 727. -
Jil Whit, wa- this week givss, and have
heretofore published, comprise the returns of
the Election in all the counties of this state,
except Tly de.Tfsy wood, and Macon.
Town of Salisbury. Charlea Fishsr w ho re
ceived a unanimous vote.
Town of Xcwltern. William Oastsn; Guton
146, C. G. Speight 60 the latter was not a
Town of fii'iiarsNjA.... Frederick Nah, with
out opposition. i
Town of Fuytttei!le.lon 1). Cycles with
Town of lalifax....f ttm I.. I.orsj, without
Town of ir:!mJn,ton..;.3otjerh A, Hill, by aJ
majorit) ot 23 vot
- . - - . -
t-s over Mr. Stanly.
YVwn of Edenton..
Simuel T. tfawyer.
Kentucky.. ..James CLrk. Richard M. Johnfmi,
John Kincaid, Charles A. W icktifft, Joseph I
!eP Nha U. t olema.i llt hr, Ilnmel,
' hitteiwlen l.san, Joel lancey, Thomas ( hiltoii,
Rober1 p Ixtrllt.,( Winiim 0wfns wi), rom.
po the re irescntatibn in the next Congress
'rom Kentucky. It is not quite certain, bow.
i i . i ' is a a
ever, mat uwrna is eiectru. Liars ami l-etcner
are the only Adams and CUv members elccirdi
in the last Congress there were four. There i'
I howpf r ,0 lt , Uy njori,, ecctcd to
George ft. Gilmer i announced bv his fciends
i i . r f. r v,
. ,t , , i
j j ,h j but we SIf. Ul!lvct My bt
The fretnlrnl el the liuied Mateo, accomps-
a . w
! f : V2'i.?f W,l,pr.0T L?.li5iJ- 'T;
Macomb, and Col. firstiot, left the City of Was.
ith"B're rresweni vHiirwisww
days, for the benefit of his brahh, wbich ha
been considermblv impsired fcf ss iatease ap
plication to the arduous duties of his high and
Flour is scarcely inijuired for, and food New.
York may be had now aa low as 35s. and evea
le would probably be taken if offered for a
quantity. For Floor In Sond 22s would he tak
en. The Uat week's average wa 69s 4J, roak
inr the aeererat 70 4l.
Liverpool, Jul? 8, ( f trMf J. The sals of
Cotton to day are abaui oaies. i or lav
import sinee rbe 1st, (about 35.000 haps) in
duces purcbssers to affer lower prices, snd hold
ers hare mM them to day at a decline of l&
Br the arrival at New-York of the ahin
Charletnagnei from Havre and the tbtp
Writ. Thompson, from Liverpool ; the
Courier and Enquirer has received Parii
caies to 2 1st, and London to the 16th
It is not general!,, known that the Rus- I ,VY. Ia IT " 5 "
siatr General IHebitsch1 is ulrSer :fiftysalt 7$ to 80, tallow 8, wheat SNVwhi?key it :
yeara of ace, t German bf. birth, a soldier to 23 If. 8. bank notes 11 a U percent. v
by fortunes and ton id lam it thi famous I! &fTrdao,n a 3,-
Barclay de Torrr.
: . ..7" . :.. . . .
tau of. Sis.ria. Intelligence of the 8
rendered theinselve ptlsonera or urarrTs
the r?rrison consisted riq;QOTmeo,Wr
Ii.,.;JL f .k inhahhanti. Amonir them .
are Hadr AcSemet and Sert Mahmoud,
both three-tailed Pachasrartd-many other
kfTicera. The irophiea ol-tma victory are
.k - i . .
2J0 piecea of cannon, two hoi e tails, up
wards of 100 itand of colours, the flotilla
of tha Danube; and a great quantity of
ammunition and oro vision. J he uranu
Vizier is closely blockoded at uhumla by
-Choumla is not the only passage across
the Balkan open to the llussians. The
rosd from Sophia to Phitoppolis tfoes not
present the same difficulties ;and besides,
by leaving .Choumla, ith ha reduced
garrisonto be observed by a numerous
corns, several other rosd open the plain
ol Adriartoble to the Utljsians. The ques
tion now is, whether the fall of Silutria
will induce the Porte to accede to the
nronositiora of Russia, and, if ho atlll re
fuses, whether Turkey may look for ;tbe
tuiuiui of any European rower. '
"" Ireland. WsTtrrbances torrtinaev Mr.
Gerard Calhgman has been returned to
Parliament from Cork bv the Brunswick
ers, notwiihsfandlnff Mr. O'Connell wrm-
y espoused the cause of Sir Aueustus v ur
ren, who received only 1 35 votes. Cal
laghan had 522 All opposition to O'Con
nel in the county of Clare has ceased.
FNoland. The Ministry. .The Kinp
is said 'o regret having given his assent
to the measure of Catholic Emancipation
and at a late levee treated the rhike of
Norfolk and Lord Jerningham with mar
ked neglect, not even speaking when ut
dcrthe necessity of passing clone' to them
On the name of O'Connrll being announc
ed, he is said to have sutlereu some in
decorous expressions to escape him. He
manifests great aversion to all who were,
in any degree, instrumental in furthering
the passage of the Catholic Helief Bill.
The Duke of Cumberland is Wtd-to
bava trreat welflLt whh bla Maieitr at
this time, and hav openly Ucclarcd that
he will not leave r.ngland until he has
f rfecte'd the dismission" of the Duke of
Wellington. In the mean time it is said
that. advances have been made by 1hr
ministry to the ultra tory parffViln"d the
leading meirhers of it have assented to
join - Wellington, if he will sacrifice Mr.
Peel to their reentmrn4 "
""A dissolution of - Parliament U sjwkeft
of to strengthen the ministry.
Lauk 0r.. Don Mijjuej's crtilzers have
captuird an Ameiican brig eff Tcrccira
If the Don lout hrs our pockets, we shall
have to tread upon his corns. Nothing
on the subject of legitimacy will be settled
so quickly as capturing our vrsslrs.
.V. f. CoAr.
On a recent examination through the
county of (iranvillc. near 700 lamilies
tere found without the l. !, all of whom
1 i? . i r.j i .v. 4,..:
were immrniaxriy -u,. .. ,UB
1 S' l 1 W... . I I . a.n ...II .
"ml "",e ciciy or "rumiic.
Tobias Wutkin . This miscrsble man
his at Ungtb met with merited punish
ment. The Court having overruled the
motion of his Counsel, for arrest of jmlR
men, pronounred the
menl : wn the mdictmeiii tor rjj'i, io
S r-m . . IS. ! 1m'
pay a line oi ft? vj, sun oe impnscneo j
ralen.tar monrhs Irem the l4i dy 4 Au-
ffUlt. 1829; same oft Ihe 8300, and .0 be im
prisontd for 3 calendar months, next fol
lniinr the termination ol his liiiln lon-1
tnentttmler- tb saiiUiuc on Ihe pTccl
- r -
ing csej arid, on Ihe indirlmfnt lor
RWOO, to pay a fine of ?20O0, and be
tVinrinnrl for 3 calendar months, next
following the termin.li.rti of hi. imnrlsoo
mcnt under the sentence on the next pre
ceding Case fur 8300.
sre undent and that hit-decleouon trorn
yirtue wss'pfcKoctdy-lssi love oL show
nd ostentation a wish to vie with the
msgnifictrrite'bf flecfitartea end Fofiae
UioUlrioJ soassii in rjuiH"K
tabllshment among the wealth v, without
tvaK auaasv, lora iety.
r. 1 be bosinns hae been very scti
for a week paat and prices of t'rwted States aWt
staple have been well sutained.
' . r
It Ii stated in ih. Albany Daily Alver -
. r as n .... . f
tlser.th.i Mr. Cammeyer an engr.ver ol
that city, has invented a kind oflak, ol 1 1
quality which has long been desired, and
the use of which on bank no'es willpf
vent the frauds so much practised of ex
trsOinfc numttra p' Tbsti'u'.irs ahct.
Sa&tlury Price, .August 29A,....Cottoii
1 i to 1 centi, com 25 to 30, beef 3 to 4, but.
ter 7 to 10, flour 3.75 to 4 per barrel, wheat 50
to 69. Irish potatoes 30 to 40, sweet de. 55 to 3 J
browiv augar 12 to 15, coffee 15 to 22, salt 1 l'J
to 15, homespun cloth 18 to 30, wlmkey 2Qto
25, baeon 7 to 9. - . ' .
' Fayetteulte Jutrutt 19......Cotto-i t rl
bacon Si to A peach brandy 55 apple do 40 to 42
- u". i7.,..Cotton rto 9J cent
nour.7a7i.whiRkev. - 2Sa2r.hnn. - T i.:
. a best kind of brin,, a 'ZZL'rZ
. 51.-.Cotton 7J to 9 ,
Tobacco, middling 5 50 to 6, prima -9 to tO t
v neai y to iw, uorn to 61) cents per busael.
Flour 6, Bacon 7.
iiiehmoneXMg, 23..,.,.wCotton 8 a 9J, wheat -1.25,
corn 45, bacon 7 to 7, brandy apple 42 a..
45, whiskey 26 to 27. Compile!
Camden, August 22....Cotton 7 to 8J, flour 4 1 ,
to 5 out of the, wagons, that from Camden
mills 6 to 7; wheat gl, corn 50 to 50, oats 3 J, !
salt 65, whiskey 28 to 35, bacon 7 to o. .
CAeraw Aug. 19.,.......Cottii, 7 to 8j, bacon
61 to 8, corn 50, flour 4 to 4.50, whiskey 25 0
B, peacti brandy 45 to 50. aonle do. 40 to 45.
leaf tobacco 3, caffce 15 to 13, salt 74 to 75,
-II Q .r. ir I r ' '
Baltimore, fu'.21.......rioiir R6i a 7 cotton
10 to 11, whiskey 24 to 35, bacon 9 to 11.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Ms. 14 Cotton l ?4. fea
thers 23 cents, fluxaeed 37 to 40, flour 5 75 to
5.8, Kenhawa aalt 50rrnta, praoli biandy 62,
apple do. J7, whiskey 20, tallow 6 to 7, tobac
co 3 to 7 cents per lb. - ' '
JVewbem, Aug. 22,...Cottort 7.25 to 7.50, flour
6.50 to 7, wheat 1.00 a gl, bacon 5 to 6, salt 80
t i00,pac6 brandy 75, apple do. 40 a 4$,w1it-
PfUtaMphia, Anw. 17. Cotton 9 to 10, 1 lour .
4.62 to Wheat JJ, mm 44 toij, black eyed-
Peas 40 to 50, irgima lUuia S to 9.
-Ve.Jr,vff, 2H...Ctti 81 to 104, floilf
6.87 to 7, cotton bagging -made of hemp 19,
to 21, wheat 1.37.to I.i ), oak tann'd sole tenth.
er-20 to 2!v hemlock, do. 18 to 23, haun 9 to 10,
sail 42 to 50, apple brandy 36 to 40, wlmkey 21
to w2, leaf tobacco J tn 5, t How beeswax 23 to
24.....,....Norlh-Caruiina bank bills 3 to per
rent discount, South Carolina 1 to , Georgia .
2 lo2i, irrinia 1 per cent. do.
Boston, Jur. 17 Cotton 10 to 11), flax 9
a 11, flour 7 'to 7 12, com 5a a 51, cheese 3
6, tallow 8 a . .
We are called upon lo announrp ihe sfllictive
intelli(ceuce of the death of JOSKI II WlJ.ijON,
Esu wio departed tin, life "at his rfntence in
Charlotle, on ThuriiluV eveitii't;. the .'7th ulti
mo, after a abort and violent atai k of Fever ard
infiVtinutioii of the bowel. He hope to re lur
niahril, hv mmtr trtend, )aitoiir neat publics
tion, with iolieof llio iicnts and services of
tbia eminent c'lti.en d d'wtinguislied lawyer
m -i.i . . ! LUJt-
NttW V.. mi.
E have this dv recei."'! an. additmn to
our Ai r'd: which U1 render
our aaortment very corvii.t t
Super. Black iM'-ns;
. m t't-i attains
Pr.ad .Vbrvtrn -mp
V. YtrkMH fortwgs
f'anru Cilt Uiittcn
.Spool Celfal, A. 1 1 to 30
otto Vn-di','7 t 16
Slumped Bonnet Itibioni"
'aimed llrt ih.
If fair rlannrl, friih Horn, Uc
- L ki lls Lf ,u;wn;?.nv
Salisbury, Mg. .'3d, 1829.
Friday the lHthof Septetn-
.F tier nrxt, ihe mirtfcncer win
rvy exose at iitit!ie aale, (il nit ninjiofu
of phvatelv) tli M.t.NTAflON he
now lire, on. rw.tsintnr alrtl 180
arrrs, lying on the public Itadi :K Irum
Salisbury 10 Cumord, at alnn.it r erial ih
nc from rhhrr plce t and coiinitnly Miu
aUt! and funuahed lor ii6'c I mn tainmeiU.
Alms one ot iwonre "!, one aged '.'4,
the other 34, aml.everal .f .' one or ir
irri, some Cati'r, nme houtfhoi J ami Vil".hi n
Furniture. Tl,t eondiitona i!l be maiie knuu
onthi- At of aal-. ( IIAKl.tS A. MtltKI..
.i.e.i 21, 1821. " 2t HI
. vnlinHe tract f liSU, t the Caftv
viHur of s drrd of Tn',
lJt rern'rsi on Jisila, 4b lilh of
i eplenlber neat, that valuable tract
! - ol l.M, lying in Iredell county.
ui.'i i iliauiy on tiie i atawiia rtvrr, mown vj
.. .1 L . . . ...... .MM i 1
. .1 . . . . ......
I iiie name in iu .irnjy xracit tuimimin
n grwl pNiportimi id ll.ia UaCl U Rrf .
i r,e tr bottom, n. ihe ls'i.ce of aupenor
j uplands, with some irrrrtivrments. It is pie
. sumed the lorat hiko of this liacl l land,
- ! nd W?' K -ut iuduc.mcnt,-.
lor those wtiniir to hhtiik, to call and ts
smine for ih'tnsclves ; any inlorniation relalise
to the said land, can be had by apply me to
William . MiKy, hvins; on the preim, one
and. swItajfUailel below i lataoi aAiL.i ... . : . j-L
MII.F.S W. ArtFUMATlir, Trustee.
Lincoln eomrin, July 28, 5i3
MIT. SMibacribrr otTera IW sa'e
that taliulilt I'lanWlion, willi.
11 1 1 1 ii km lour imiet ol siulun, on both
. . i ' i F ,llf " 'he llea.lies Foard road,
e tct-s.au, a and occutiiul by Sir. Utorft
Icke i On wlmh there is a large, new aiJ
commoditsus daclling house, with all the iicrts.
i Mry out-liount. llieie is only abotit 50 acres
; of this Is-kI under culuva'i.m, u-ib,rdao lb.
tract is M good uplaaxl as SMy ui tbsj neighbor-
U(l4j for gr or r,in: it is ia Uie
j mjj Gf . bmpnablc and social neighborhood,
iFor terms, c. apy to the aubcr6er, la tb
j utlKhborhtx,d wClLk r.
.Xi, it.?. ... en