r. -. . ... . j.
1 u. r.biTOit A degree ofaioi-talily now
P in tl.ii ection, which I belief e it with-1
tut i' Prl,rl ' or 0 "r Coamr)'' ,a
i l from the ea board. 1 im persuaded
f .r.l..,i.i,.ii,. - k.. -
I lilt ' proponiOIl OI utll iu iiuniwci
eked, ha em gr,er 'n Fhiledelphia
I Charleston, J,4r!n' t,J Prev,e,eo W Y1,ow
, e,er. Indeed, if thi nut tne yenow
,pproclita nererto it in character, than any
i r eer wit'ietcd by the writer, who has been
jmht conversant with that desolating dis-
we te the north r
publishing: the following, you may, per.
j,t What ie Minna fever J Am. Ad eccu.
mutation of black muter ii tbe ibioJ, preduced
Jiaetorilf swtabliahed by the Illustrious J. E.
ujCfluJl nWbific witter to fet abstrac
ted. Ans. ThrTbrfive1mp3rtihrot;in?
provided especially lor tne purincation me
uloodi which, by being invigorated in iu func
lu)n. (in common language) drives this black
matter from the blood, pour it into the bowel,
to be discWged by the great outlet ,
id. IIjw i the liver to be excited to perform
this wonderful operation t An. Several modi.
knnn tn evert iDecific onerttion on
.t.. i.rr. lie Calomel tand at the bead
tf the daw: 2nd. Extract of white walnut
- .L. -.Hiv A loci i 4ihly. Khubarb. n. In
hat aanncr hould thee agent be ued, in or
kr to their ucceiiful operation r" An. Bleeding
ahould cenerally be premiaed, and ihould be re
atrd every day, , once, twice, or three 4tmc,
HCcurdtnjr to circumatancei: ft good rule It, to
Llced whether the pulae it fdl or tente, or the
tkin hot and dry. Thii relievea the liver in a
jrei degree, of it eonj eat'ton j where the
put "U tmtW. the Wood aliould be drawn in a
man t'leani- nmuio w uv'it "
IP to 2 J graina, vice, twice or three time in
the 24 hour, accordiuif, 'o the violence of atUck i
immrdinlely after fivmy the. Cftlonael, five 5
cilli made after the luujoined form, whenev-
cr the Ulomt-I has pruJuced a free diacharg e of
Jjrk or pern matter from the liver, it may belaid
"aiTJeT nd the of wbi4 be. iiven
every, four hour, till the diacharge become
uatural, ,d'r yellow. It will be hecewary to jive
a doe every night or day, even after the Teer
Iras entirely abated. Afer bleeding and pur
ging freely, 1 give from one to two grain of
quinine every hour, without regard to fever,
unit the head be affected i in that ewe,
I -amauTed--tba. -bicediug . or purging hai
Leen deficient, provid:d the discharge be
come wferr, 13 or 20 drop of lauknum
.h....i1 mtrn. and a 9'ronz tea. made of
clove, cinnamon, or ginger,' ihould be drank,
till that dangcroui and prortrating symptom dis
appear. When the ikin i very hot and dry,
1 have dcrivtd'uch temporary relief .by lay
ing cold wet cloth over the forehead, b-eat,
and over the entire back. TW i done -without
lerdto Calonnl hey have taken, for it ii
impof (ible that cold bathing, or cold drinking,
taad'rately, can injure a man while hi ikin is
..very hot au! dry either would be dangeroui
when be begin to weat. ' "'"'"
1 have written the above entirely fcr the pri
a -cuamunily t and at a time when it is in
cunvcHlent to air5iilS?nJenjmiuuti ftt I
time, baving been confined for week "vitb a
Violent attack of fever. Should anybe brncfit-
tied by the pabtication of- this mmmtry - yi
tion of my own views and practice, I shall feel
ray!lf fully com penated. ' VIIMJINIL'S.
Take 2 g. r Aloe ; 2 gs. of Khubarb ; 2
ga. Jalap to nuke one pill ; and in proortion,
weigh off and mike as many as you may need.
Mr. Peituelt. VVe learn from the U. S. Tele
graph, that intelligence from Mr. I'oirtBett, da
ted at Mexico subsequent to the time report
taid he was assassinated, has been received at
Washington ; and consequently that the reports
of his death were unfounded.
The Hateigh Register w assured, that we are
not disposed causelessly to cust an "imputation"
on the character of any man. But we thought, j
w hen we penned the article to which the Hegis
ter takes exception, ono nill think, we w ere ful
ly warranted, from the facts developed in rela
tion XoJtihn Jacktan, in calling his character and
ttnduct in question. The deception practised on
the Executive iii theoutsetof his case, i conclu
sive as to the man's di 'honesty as a politi
cian t and his shamelessly Indecorous aud abu-
aive publication, addrewed to theeltalTrdnndtrj
Nulual who presides over the nation, stamps
the name of JWin Jacknn with disgrace aid in-
jm . rrf.frr..
AVrl Leg!iluturt.l i stated in fhe RaJeiglir
t. OT2tiafctlhAt, there.' will be 106 new members
in me next uenerai sscmBryoi"ii atav'
At the recent term of the Surry superior
fiohfWmi CfUd-wia.coasktcd.of mans.augh
tor, for ahooting and killing a man by the name
ofMeCollum, and was fined g20. The pecu
l'trly aggravating circumstances under which
the defendant' in this case was incited to the
commission of the act for which he was tried
and convicted, were weTI calculated to enlist the
ympathies of every honorable mind not dead to
. the finer feelings pf the heart. The wife of his
bowat had been seduced and torn from bis affec
tions and his home by the deceased and the des
poller of bia dearest enjoyments of domestic life,
ot content th thft prowled about the- Jire-
of tie victi.n of I.! l2: Me. with the I
iew,aiwaaaid,of depriving him of life i
wen a oi uia peace oi mum. un mi icenng
barrow up by these gg'vating circumitanec,
thb unluppy Bird met the deceased, at t dead
of night, lurking near bit dellin2,"'nl i10t
him through tb heart. The Jury aerced reluc
tant in obeying the Hero mandate of the law, in
convicting the unfortunate man and the Judge
warded Punishment wbicb well accorded
with the fcrUngt of the whole community.
' A'WWnj- On Friday, the 4tU Inrt. lucg
Hnn, young woman about 18 year old, living
11 inile Mmhacj from vViikefborougb, Wllke
county, while wJi'ix"iriKi'a174uo; War
Spring, va shot with ft Vide the ball entering
just below tie jeft breast, and coming out at
UK hack MftEtfm ttfttjrwJiwwMMl
he died on Wedneaday the 9tb Soon after be
ing shot, she aaid he taw the perpetrator, and
bjJiiawbowiu.Lct CJuainTtid tnarriei
htf-jwl.erjjfjrtfgite dto)e "lieraramoUf t
he was accordingly taken into cuslodyTutST
fore her death, ahe acquitted him of the deed.
Jnuther Ivy Wilkin, of Currituck county,
killed hi wife a few day since i dtli!ertily
made a coffin, and was in the act of burying ber,
when he wa overtaken by the Coroner and a
jury of irtjuct t while they were examining the
corpe the murderer made hi escape, and wis
not taken till one of hi leg was nearly shot off.
The F.lixabcth City Star pretwnei the murderer
was committed to jait.
L.1TK FROM EUROPE.
The ship Homan, at New-York from Liverpool
bring Kiijrhkh papers to the 29th Jury. Rut the
intelligence they afford is unimportant. It wmild
seem that the Catholic Emancipation Bill has
but partially pacified the IrUh people. Great
disturbances Continue to exist in many part of
Inland, and atrocious outrage continue to be
committed. A privy council waato meet at the
Vice Kega) Looe in Dublin, to lake into con
sideration the alarming state of the country.
We hate no account, by thi arrival,' of any
decisive movements of the Iliisiin or Turks. I
i. :j i ti . ' i
ii wis will, nowcvcr, mc iiuuiaii wrre maaiur
active preparation for crovVuig the Balkan
Mountain, hut it as said from other sources,
that Russia was drainms ofnrtriKia'.ing a peace.
By the Columbia at New. York, intelligence
to the 1st of August ha bttn rectivedfrom En
glsnd. There is no news of importance.
Tht CrtiftB in England. The crops sppear
every wlitre'to be 'promising; ami the Barns a"nd
grainariei are pretty well cleared.
Livrrpml. Ju'y 5ltf. Cotton V. States' goes
olTat 1 lie following rater, in bond i Uplands 5 J
6i , Alabama and Mobile 5J a C 1-81. A pub
lic sale of Cant India Cotton took place (hi
week, comprised of 10,500 bales of which onlv
4050 bale were sold, tlje rest bought in ; Beii
gal obtained 3 l-8d i .Surat 3 a 4 3-d. The
Corn market is Mill hesry purchasers are cau
tion, and price declining. -
The Trench paper indulge the specu
lation that any attempts on the part of
this country to obtain indemnity for spo
liations oti cur commerce vril! prove abor
live. We shall press it seriously, if it
shall be found that similar claims have
Economy Uundle end Bridjjes, the
great ilcr smiths, have mode his majes
ty a wine cooler, weighing 80Q$) ounces,
exquisitely wrought, and tu noosed to cost
ubout 825.000. This is rather a dear tub
to keep Nabob and old Port in, and is
singular comrnciatary on the thousand
stai ving 'operatives' Terr, f.ttt-Mutants
Looking ower the EnlisH Chronicles,
wefitwi many rerd ot4j4d customs. In
the time f Oliver Gfo'mweff-'nicjSb5aIb'
was kept in strict reverence, for we (irid
people fined for " trim mini; of beards on
the Lord's Uy, naTorl rivcllinj;.";--J.t
the registry of 1641, we find numerous
entries, such as "Rertived of Mis. Shun
der, for her being drunk and bwrating
seven oaths, 12s.; received of Mr. Hook
er, fr brewing on a fast div, 2s. 61. ;
given to two watchmen fur the breaking
of two Italbcrts in taking the two drunk
srds and swearers, I. 3s. ; received of a
maid, taken in an ale-house on the Sab
Mexico. - Letters from Ver Cruz to
the 30i h Julr have been received at New
York. They state that a number of
wealthy individuals had voluntarily nude
a Innn in the irnvernment. tn aid in reriel
.. . Sn.ni.h invader. A ronvov
left Mexico on lb 2Cth of July, with a
large sum in specie, a part of which was
for the support of tire troops, and was ac
companied bv a strong escort. 1 roop
had rrrarcrred-IVoro. A'tn ..i'l uz, towards
Lois of tfit ' Peruvian frigate Pruiba.
The Peruvian frigate Tiueba, while, at
enchw-iH-tbc-itarbor oi 0 Utiall'liL, by
some accident caught fire, and was burnt
to the walei'e edge. While burning, her
guns which were charged, (exploded, and
did RaidewbIe damage. 10 Uie Jo wr.
Re. Mu ..JF'g&V ..of Souibbridce,
the stalk; se enitfllflrVirr'
cumfereocc) and five feet through the
:tbrlrtcrletf;- h ha more than 200 Jiuwwi
and buds upon t. - Another jjlant Jias al
unnorer of one foot across and eighteen
inches across some the greet) leaves.
Suicide. scorpion, when he finds
himself enclosed, and no way left him to
escape, will bend his tail round and sting
himself through the head- And it is re
markable,' that ibis, is tbe only animal in
he creation," man excefited,' that can be
made foeorom.it vveidt., Cia Ccur,
Usufttuun 7n ki 'Ptruvltn iirmu.-Jt
i repo;tf nri tba'.iuthoritv of nriv.t4
Ict'xT receive in town, from Chores.
Ifist Iht .Irnir'cf Peru ha appointed Uen
t: Oamar Commnder In Chief, in the
room of (ienertl Lsmar, who has teen
hipped off to Chill. It It also itated.
Ihtt tht difference! between Colombia
a!id Peru would b apaedUy adjusted. '
AV riui Ultro.mVlu Peters, one of the
rope danrerii just arrived t Uoston, from
Europe gives notic? that he will, among
other fcau, walk tn the ceiling cM The
orf ht id dovmmrHtrfilih the same fed
lity oh Tine (ffdand, liaylnfi: Bg In
each hand, concluding fhls difficult' per
formanct bjr raiaiog up. to the celling,
with, bia band. table with refreshments.
eating in'the tame posiiioni ahd drinklc
ih3theIth oi mi apectaiora !
"Iefme!6rl r'laid't bcrtrashr
1 " :t rw I- ' . ....... . . . .
this year, tTiinftoyinrrTbnadelpbH
round Msrket-st. wharf made no scram
ble for a cargoi act sfleit by (he sinking
of boat overloaded with them
A : the residence of ler father, Maj. Jona. Har
ris, in Mecklenburg county, on the let intt. Mis
Sophia 8. Harri&, aged fourteen years. ' Uer ill
ne., short and severe, she bore with degree
of fortitude seldom witnessed in person offen
der aire. In the peace of her bereaved relatives
and friend, ber death has made a wound, moat
painful and lasting. Possessing qualities mild,
lovely and interesting, she was beloved by all
who knew her. None, tswever, but ber inti
mte acquiintahtes. could appreciate her worth.
f her parents, he was the joy and delight i ten
deily beloved by tier brother and sister, gen
tie, modet and enaMiriitng, he imperceptibly
won the heart of all her associates. At school
she alay 'posses. 1 the ' confUrnee of her
teacher the tendrr rrgard and friemlahip of
tier schoolmates. itn mind studious, obter
ving, and retentivei, her pmgre in knowledge
was unusually rapid. She loved her books, and
wa ansious to become a finished acholar:
While t home, her little iters were the pecu
liar objects of her care whose tender mindi the
patiently endeavoured to inspire with the love
of study. Indeed, it in the domestic circle
her excellence appealed to the best advantage.
For her psren's, ber love was almost without a
paaHeL Toubcm, from her.earUjt cbililhoqd,
ne was rami uuiuui ana oDeuienu r.ver ttu
dious io soothe their csres and relieve their
toil, her duty was her happiness. In her de-
portment amonar her brother and iter. he
was so mild, uniform and engaging, they more
than loved her. With qualities ao rare and ex-
cellent, it i difficult to conceive the feelings of
ihii bereaved family, when they'aaa de4h si
about to lay hi cold iron hand u?on her. The
author of this hort notice has wilneH:d many
(lying Scenes, but never ooe where all theav-m..' ,. ... --
pathiesof the pouI were so feelingly alive -so) ipA,in
earnestlv eneared in behalf of their denarlimr V fcUVtt nluv)"1'
love. But now she is rone! ard they mourn.
though not aithose without hope " Alwaysof
pious turn, she became more o a lew weeks
before her death. She wa fond ot her bible
and had resolved to make Religion her study
for life. In her but illncaa, b iimiad irreut
composure and resignation. ' Anxious to lite for
the take of her parents, she expressed a willing
ness ta.submit to the will of the Almighty, and
appeared more concerned about an interest iu
her Kedeemer, than desi'ous to obtain relief
from the severisy of her sufTtrings. This inter,
est her friends sre fully satisfied wa secured
our lArd himself lui said " 1 love them that love
me i and those that seek mc early, snail inid
me.,r bYryiftnts; her lo will be irrepara
ble 1 but let it be taeiriconsolation, that their
loss is her rain. Among her stociates, a void is
teftlct Hiem walk in petotteirmUejaer I
virtueavafld .prepare 15 Tneet tterin Homvw
" Calm on the besom of thy lioU, -
f'air spirit restjthe'erio'v
E'en while with our thy footmen tro5,
H i seal was on thy brow.
Dust, to its narrow house beneath '
Soul, to its place on high !
They that hav: sen. thv look ie deatii,
No more may fear tu die." C'amwunicaer.
In Iredell county, recently, Thomas Young,
sen. Esq. in the 98th year.ot his age. He wa a
mldier of the Involution ; and, at the time of
his death, pi rhaps the uMcit one In theiotm.
try. Indii:riuus and enteipri-ing, he. raised a
respectable tisnitlv, snd left tiiem a compt . i,.
He was a Sterling patriot, a useiul cilizti., t
an honest man. I
In HamiHonville, Surry county, on the fi'h m-' I
Dr. Alfred Cotik, aged 33 year? fie Iu- !. t t '
wife and two or three small crtll-i 11. tu uxnir. .
with the community in general where lit reaiilci!
and by whom he was rejected Hi d esteemed, j
he los of a tender and affectionate lunhaiid and
father, and a ireful and respected citizen.
In Mecklenburg county, on the 8th instant, at i
the late seat of joab Alexander, Ksri. Mrs. .Mar. j
raret P. Alexander, consort of Capt. hac I'
Aleirander; tind datighterof Cap. laai i-.np-J
bell, leaving :'an infant daughter five "dJuW o1l,y
which be dedieted to the lAra in oapnsm a
ff hmira nrevious to her dissolution. In ihe
llf ,"f t hn amiable woman, her husband and
relatives have sustained a serioua loss, f'ocses-
sed of a wsrm and benevolent heart, she seldom
failed to secure the resjiect and esteem of all
who enjoyed her acquaintance. She expired
wrtb perfect calmness JJidje.sig3a.tiqn of mind to
the will of God, snd with a firm reliance on bis
acred promises, which are the best evidence ol
a good chiflafian :Wb'p h' safe -tbe j.
freed from I
plications to the throne oFgcf rt"'ftrahe,
pardon and lorgiveness 01 ner enemies, 01 wuum
abe4uid but fe v.
Lord, she was thine snd not our own, '
Thou bast not done us wrung" i ' '" '
We thank thee for the precious losn,
Afforded us so lortg.
Fainter her breath, and fainter grew,
Until she breath'd her last j
The soul was gone before we knew
The stroke of death was past.
Spft wa tbe moment, ami serene,
That all her s jfTrings cWd j
No agony or truggle wa eer,
No feattir dicompo.'d.
.f lend ( Oi', ("jrojei
SaUtlurt lricr: SrMrmbrr VJiK Coiton
1 to 11 cents, com !i to 30,lerf 3 to 4but.
ler 8 (o 10, flour 2.75 to 4 per barret, wheat 40
to 00, lnh potatoes 30 to 40, sweet do. 25 10 35,
brown sugtr 13 to 15, coffee IS to 32, !t 1.14
to !.2J, homespun cloth I J to 23, whukcy '20 to
23, bacon to 10.
FwtilU, Srfit. 9......w.Cotfen 6J to 7
bacon 5j to 6, peach brandy 53 apple do 40 to 42,
butter lOto 15, com 49 to 55, ftisieed U0, flour
4 to 5, lard r, molasses 32a 34, sugar b talO,
salt 75 to 80, tallow 8, wheat 85 a 90, whi.key U
to 38 U, S. bak notes 1 1 1 per teat, pre
mium, Cape Fear ditto, 1 3.
-CUeUfH, Heft 9iK,.J'odBn f to 9 eeol
flour 7 1 7i, whiskey, 36 a 37, bacon 8 to 7, bams
89, best kind of bsggin; 20 to 22, salt 34 to
5J.com 43 a 4 coffee 11 to 45. N. Carolina
kk kills 3 a 2J percnudicouUiUeoriia,U
Pmr$burf, Tirg. Ft pi. 1 1. ...... Cotton 71 to 9,
Tobacco auddliu; iiO to 0, prime 9 to 10,
VUctl 95 lariW,f;om.iecnu per buahejj
imaClUcon 7. ' ' ' "
Rtckmtnd, Sept. 11 -.....-Cotton 8 a 9, wheat
1.25, corn 45, bacon 7 to 71, brandy apple 42 a
45, whiskey 26 to 37. ( CpiUr.
Camurn, Spt. 12...- .Cotton 7 to 8J, fleur 4
t 5 out of the wagons, that from Camden
mJUto7i wheat l. corn 50 to 50), oaU 32,
ak 65, whiskey 28 to 35, bacon 7 to 8.
tlatiim; Sept. Ht.-...FW gfij 7, cotton
10 to II, whiikey 24 to 25, bacon 9 to 11.
He:, Sept. 7....- Cotton 9 to 10, fist 9
11, lour 7 to 7 12J, corn SU a 51, cheese 3
6, tallow 8 a 8.
Cincinnati, Ohi; Sept. 5 Cotton 1?J, fea-
thers 23 cents, flaxseed 37 to 40, flour 5.73 to
5.85, Kenhawa salt 50 cent, pesch brandy C2,
apple do. 37, whiakey 20, tallow 6 to 7, tobac
co 3 to 7 ceos pf lb.
Vw.rr-, Stpt. 8 ...Cotton 81 to 10J, (lour
6.87 to 7, cotton bagging made of hemp 19
to 21, wheat 1.37 to 1.5J. oak tann'd soJc leath
er 20 to 26, hemlock do. 18 to 23, hams 9 to 10,
salt 42 to 60. apple brandy 36 to 40, whiskey l
to 22, leaf tobacco 3 to 3, yellow beeswax 23 te
24....NonhXaronnr1ank bill 3 to3 per
cent dicmint, South Carolina 1 to 1 J, Georgia
2 to2J, irginia I per cent. do.
Xewbern, Sept. '2...(Uttoa7.2J to 7.50, flour
6. 50 to 27, wheat 1 .00 a g 1 , bacon 5 to 6, salt W
to 100, peach brandy 75, apple do. 40 a 45, wins
U itminrfn, Sept. 9...- Cotton 7 to 8, flax 10
WK.ilrir6MfW9rt&to-fo-riwtflt! ..,0fk,lhuWM ipf he H.nk erf fape-Fear,
to fl apple brandy 33 to Ji.talUw 8 to 9. convene on thelMbnrtsT rrf "fovrrMrt
' 11 ,n 'he Hanking lloiu-e in iliinnictuii, then and
IJnthhurg, l irg. Sept. 10. -Tobacco 4 to 9,
i .,. a 17 in a wheat 73. hi.key 23 to
! ntron ;j ,0 g. Tohac- o, dull sale. W heat has
rifrtt , Utile, aud sell rraJily at 71.
' . u
AojAw, 7Vn. . .. um'
! Hour 5 a 6 lard 6 to 7, whi.key U t , t"""
j - Carolina bank b.lla 1'J per cent. Ji.
. "m RS. WII.I.I'V, thankful lor the lihcnl en-
, j 1 cmiragemei.t she lm received in Mipport
! f hrr bchirl, for the improvement of Young
- r,tn,n nl Sain.
I Ladies, respectfully inform
1 i i..n.in 11,1.1 t ie neil uuarter villi
ei..nmM-C on the lt Monday r Nov. nrtt, and
will certainly Continue (health iermutixix) two
quarters fiom that time ; rid1ioMm by the-a-siduou
discharge of her duly to thoae alio may
be committed to. her csre, to ment a coniwiu.
tion of favmir.
Uer tri ms arc the same as heretofore :
Read-lie and Spelling, pes ipurter - g3.
T.ithrr ti h the hove. lUcitaUon ana
The above", "wlfKXngrrth trmmr, G-
,H-raphy, Arithmetic. Composition ami
Itb'etrwie - - - l ' '
rttHCNecdt woHri'Jhwrkwg. aaoipler. . .
- togetner wi'n snj ur . -
vaboe brancho - - -' "- " ''"
fhin awl riamt' Needle W ork, in its
variou branches, including Uce Woik,
kc. 00 a new nd improved method,
ahich will enable lady to execute
work with facility, equal to the impor-
Uring and I'aiuting oil paper, also
I'sinting upon Velvet nod paper, a new
and tlegsnt method, S'0.
N R i nre'ent (inaiter of the School will
terminate on Fridav. the ofktobrr next,
jwh'Mi there will bo a vacation until the Coin-
1 irenceme.it of the ensuing ipiarter.
SuWnrjr, tirpt. 2lif, Itf-9.
'"(ve Cents Utwur,
rill n lor 'UC Blirriren.iM
o nv plantation, in 'he forks
,1 !.i Ik in inl(o'(an ruunty, an apprentice"
hovn-m.d.Tlmin I'.iyhr. All per .ons are fore
warn, d h-irtinring hoy n.Mer the penalty i,t
tl- l,w 1,0 expci'SC will t.e t. .11 101 ins ae.
THE subscriber has the pleasure of anoun
cing to hi friend and customers, and the
public in general, that he. is now receiving from
I'li'.lu.Uln'uH and New York.
AN fcLMiAINT 'Ansoin inr.fi I
he h ever had. Having oeen selected wuu
irreat care, oy huhii, uionm mm, .ie
f . jT,-rtrtir rfiiWl-iJiaLlLij:. hke nat terns
. l. - ir ....1 1 u. r... 1 k.
and equal qualities, he cannot be undersold Ly
uny other House, in the place.
The public are respectfully in
vited to call and examine for
themelve. Hi aaHortnient com
prises almost every article usually
kept in Store. MICHAEL JilWilW.
iSalitbunf, Jul 6th, 1829. . .ratfto
' SHERIFFS DEEDS,
FOR land soM oy oruer wrus
exponas, for ssk at this office.
OR land sold by order of writs of venditioni
A. TtlUV,.VCK & Co. .
njl E remove.1 to the north corner of thev
La ('oort llousr the btore studied to tha
Mansion Hotel 1 where they are disposed to sell
Sa'Jihwy, to-piembe 18A, JB29. 8J
Tuealay of the Superior
ff lb d df iff Novembi r nest, ii
SJJl'' C li il.l mi milt in ton, 1,1
unimprwved Ma, in said rowftr and amonjr Mb.
era, that vaJuible '1 f.r bisina, formeily
occupied by Jamet It win, and WoAeri .Vimtnrort,
and now occupied fv C'was und Aksan-Ur fo ,
a btore. , It Is presumed Ihixw inclined to pur.
ctie;i'li cnmtnfthr rtf7iieaf Thaemoraw
Irwin, by J mhIh in the stln, (ill make the title
unquestionably rood to purchasers. A liberal
credit' lll lie iriveorr
tTtr)rtC trrltV!HN,) F.tente
AI.F.X, IH'tiiil.N.H, I Fxeeutnti Janut
Sfpirtnher 'lt 1 8: 19.
y levin, JtemttJ.
doctor Moure9! Vlaie.
A LI. person et imlrbted to the estate of
iV lr. Hubert Moore, late of Kowan county,
deceased, are desired to make payment to the
F.xecutor Wiih a little dtlay as possible, snd
save ot snd troubhi 1 and ihoe aitll havuiir
unsettled claim ajrainst ,,l es'sie, will present
tlu-ni, hgslly vouched for, within. the time pre.
srrihed by act of tuembly. or thi notice will
uv plesueu in lar of their rt-covtrv.
I IIKM.ZI K AifrOKH, Fru'r.
Xpirmhtr IHth, H2i. 3 187
To the Stock lioMvm nf the Dank of
f letter of l-oui ). Wilson, nq. in be.
JL half of the ( nnnii.ioi,i is i puminl by
the Mates being under coiiiiucrathm, Hesofved,
That the President do advtac -aid Cinirimiasioni rs.
that.it ii e'eemed nrcrswry ant) expedient to
consult the Stockholders' in reterence to the
Subject matter of the roiumuiucation t snd fur
ther that the President f the flank Cape
Tear he, and he is hereby fullv authorised and
empowered, by virtue of this UrMilotion of th
Hoard of Ihrectors, to call a general meeting of
thereto considtr ot their in'rrr.H generally
aud especially' to tignity lira t,", in what me,
and upon what lenii", they inr Stockholders,
would euuriilrr it aiU.ithlr, lo co "pnair ni
the General As- tmhl io the l 'isnrnrn' nf a
new hank, by is- rtuuol I iimu, n lir v.tr, vf
those now in exuitiite. t'.ipv ii 'ii ihe M outc.
JuIlN IllLU fuiLicr.
-. lu accordance with the ahe Krolotiuii, and
by virtue of my ollic e us I'r i il nt of "llaiik
of fjpe.Fea", no i,t m licrtliy pivrii lo
Stockholder, wi md li.uk, nitrt at their
HuiikiiiL' foo"it in tt iiiiiiiipiiiii, on the 2.'. Mnn-
I day of Noviinhcr Hex', ti it ,ul,f til' re tn roil-
(ides of and to act upon '! r nu.lters and tinlis
aa setfuith iu the above liewi'ii' . n
.1. It. LOMhl.S, '.e,,nr.
SrpirmHer Ci", 4tHrf
Y Adam Terrene, in Iredell ortuntv, rnthe
31st of Align 't, a bay HOUSE, 12 or 1
years old, 15 hands 3 inches high, fie tight hind
loot white, I small saildle sot 011 the left side,
old nhoe. on before, troi and pace.; an'l U ap
praised, by James DonaMaun and Cphrsini.Tem. .
plrinn, iob.orlli git, J. 01,11'ilAM.
vrf. 14. I:. . "?tT55'
titutt t y'th-rjanaJitcckliBurfriinlii'.- '
SU'tULOrl f uuU.i'rpwOX'i1? J w
- F.liraote s i. tt illiamllukcJlIlionjF
Divorce. Ordered by the court, that publication t
he made for three months kuc ei-uvely in tho
Yelern Carolinian and Yadkin and Catawba
Journal, that the defendant he aud appear at tha
next superior court of law to be held hrr the
eoumy of Mecklenburg, at the court-house its
Charlotte, on the 6th Moiiil.iv titer tl.r iiirtli
Monday in September next, and plead or anwer
to the plaintiir petition, or the aatne will he
heard exoarte. VVitne,'. ! snmel II11 deron.
I clerk of our said court, at ottli'r, tht 7ih Mon
day ailer the4tli Monday in "larch, l't."J.
3mt9 SAM'L. llt.MM'.lt.SD.N, c. m. . c.
Til IV undersigned (pialified at Augu-t srsi)tn
of Kow an county court, ns the Lxecutori
of the la t will nf Ilan'l. Woo'il : All pernios in
defied to faid estate, are n quested to iiiitkc
pay.tiinti and all persons hain deiriaiiils
a!ii:ist the sanie, are requested to ;r'srW them
(or Mctllcrntlit, or tlii'. notice uill he !eaded in
bai. VM. II. WO' 1 1 1, j . ,
11: )-.. V.l KM), XT''
AV'ile ti"tii th-Vtirolinu, .1a'.tathu'X tnun'ij .
SrPnmnit Iw, May. WnV-lWli....
Marion fanner John '4 annet ? Mriiini
for divurce. In' this ense, ordered by the eourt,
that publication he mad in the Kaleigh Iterisv
t" t-xviMr ra-fiiii,tin fug three mnutfcs;
successively, that the dofendant be and appear
at the next superior court of law to he held far
the eoutity of Mecklenburg, at the -court -house
in Charlotte, on the sixth Monday after, the
fourth Monday in September next, and plead or
answer lo the plant itl V petition, or the Same will
be heard exparte. Witfteta, rtamuef Henderson
clerk of "rrnr WTuftlf tffiii-,'xtfi"7ttrM0nV
T JBLJs w ill offer for sale,- iv the liitchem hiddea.
on the 29th instant,. 'hat notable and valuable
'frart Land, where 1 now live, on the main
road leading from tatesville to Lincolntnn, or)
Buffalow Shual Creek, Iredell county, N. C.
with alt itr way sand VI ines supposed to be by
good judges, much branch or bottom and lii
(ioldi together with three other Trucu near
me i the whole containing 633 A ore, Tly
terms of tale will be rwu'.e known on tbe day of
dc. , . , JOHN LEA
&?ttlXir 5;, IK?. tS