, ! v i I
P bcfil ' t
r..,,H..irt tIc cf (
T t- !
. t J'dinr ii tha I's'e cf l!
14 ' withdrawn.
.fiiilir next (27th) ii fiJ fr baltol rig for
Ifj Sciai'ori 8, I'. Carson, It Siftkrk, A. I).
sfcirtAev, '- v r 19 toniloi ,
.Wr(f ,lJ boedtad. tyth the pMlfvt pros,
" . tt . - i ... .... V.. -
-fd f 7 Sauol a 3owa wiinuui mutn(
neVlottfit r-i, ltU the sources of
- As lUscwicotthjf 8'ate. f'Tlbs Ht nVt,l year,
w rendered fry ij fStfl1?. H.Tll
icp'tts pu'd by Sfriff. the re.;-
fYoi which tt-ouci isvcrn -a oc-k-pgv'f
W literary Fund,
Bant dividends n onepprppriated
f t5nt. from the cx'rs of the late
f rt ircr, Jno. Haywood, '.
, wo oo
twM k. KhiT fli on .rretra oi itxci '
.aaUlitionjJreturn, 2253 81)
fcki of UftJ or RilclsBb .-' 37
P.crtofUndiadlntemt, - 102 10
M'Bm, (money Mned.) . " J000 .00
U,i of UnJ n0 if r. '
Jileiid from uuncomoo t urn pit
Cowpinjr, .'it ,
..kr lit. , a. .
'- 12,10 00
srmmm w t ' . r
N.alitKor.18 W.4A 49
Amnwunt rVceied.lbr ontrui of -'aetiand,-
t; ' 4.400 09
Do . . do. auction tax,.., ... . 6i3 78
Do - do tavern tax, 3,713 35
V Tj Bank dividrhda
on ttock owacd and appro- , -'
pnated, ' - $721 00
he, do Stock b Capo,-
Frar Na. CoropV, 7J 5fi
Do do due be Api"-
cultural Fund, transferred, 721' 06 J
ilanco cue 1ft Norember, 1823,, 2,075
iiTtiiii juraoTfKirr ro.
lLmniount reccivul on purchaiera
bundi for Cherokee Undi . - 4,18270)
Do do on Uink diI- " .
dendi, (appropriated, 8tc) 10,643 00
Vt'tne duo iuJtioiembejvlSa, 00
v U,3ff 704
Dcd jet disboriemeota 't. iz-.:.
1 ' .acaicriToait rcjir.'i ; ..J.
Amt we'd from Clerkt, --i 1,121
FalaDco lit NofecBbcr; 1&23, -251 62 J
Tramferred 4 the Littra7:Pind,f 72 1-061
-Balance remainbijrrrr" -i W,43J 85
Bme-matU IHw. Mr. ChaHts tltighee, of
Orange county, bu made tixty-thr'et banrlt of
cittllent wine, the last aeanon, from-the native
f a(f , which growa ipontancoualjr, in the woodi
and old Itcldt, In almost all parta of North Carol
5n We have obiiervedV that the wild pape
wu very abundant the pact acasoa, Any
nua in Rowan . county, of moderate force and
industry, tmjA. ca.ily have .made 50 barrcla of
ne in the acaaon, from the wild grape, gath
ered within the circuntfereuce of a few mileaof
hi rciideiice :, And we aro aurpriaed that tome
of our citizens, of leisure and"mcita,"live ladt
a!so bad the nierprizeio make an 'experiment
in thiallae, which promiit a y abundantly, to re
.waid them fo theirtime and trooble. Vr,'. ;"
, ,- - - i, i , ' "'y .-
V 'V r- jja aj a1 : 4 - '
Iwwaa.5JlisteredW ajulFi are
- tcan'uracturcd in Pittiburg, Pennsylvania, equal
not luferlor, ho jhose, jrnporteCirom-Eu.
xo-ie. We have aeen certificate itgried by 3 J
of the most ingenious, akilful and respectable
mecnanicka and manufacturers of , that city,
gtyeijhe Americanmanufactured Jtcel
and Files the preference ; .The skill, ingenuity
nd enterp'rkejqf our citiiens, if left alone, .will
ooner triumph over foreign competition, in the
..JT Ietfure...HV.We hare given the most
material part of the proceedings of the tegisla.
lure, of the l6tW Al 17th NoV: On Friday the
0tb, Mr. Allen,' of Buncombe,ffered a reaolu
tion to discontinue the appropriation for; the
education otMiss tney Makely Mewra;
ere appointed a select committee on military
iW t On the 21st, Mr; Wellborti, wf HVilSev
offered a bill directing one tern, annuallyof the
Supreme CmK to be hehi at StatesvUle t i lit.
Caldwell, of Rowan, offered resolution for mo
th? punUhment fixed by- law for the
ee flf aray i Mn Larson presented sTbiil
PWJ for the ayment of Jurors in Rowan t
wr. uraharo offered bill to ujhWwnt tinA. t
- 1 . m -seaa-tp
1 ' (
i !. j r, ,
r. -t I
i , ...-'. j si. - fc
o'.i e surtry of a'l
hicli Call fuf r
!'it lute rfcrericc, It
t rtn candM ripcwiilon of Lia sir i u t"
l-'i clcctcJ. jtuljrttt. vi l.o'it tllgrcl from t?,o Ii-;iU;r.ifi
i here (Till ditjr. In r.n, l.lt ExctlScnry
evinced a ijciotu nj ihoroug1! cqfumtnc
will th, ptf.c$i tonJItiul tJ want cf .h
6itf, ao! eIrtced m ardent Jeir to tubiert
the Lett ihtcrou of (be people thereof.
. A rieoj wrlu'i a from -IUlcl;h, thtttU
U-loib!njj qiifii'on of the frudi, wMcE'iU
ted od coiiYolicd ih fiuil toon tftor the ad-
Joromertf of rh t KWof tbtWarci
eemi io bare dl? 4 1.."'. We ruIcc, boy
bn contfi (wbo item WT"irt WUTafirt.
b !e tTJhi I lul Jc c Clt tuvlnr bca I bTibrmo of
ma ctotucnce aou kcisuici ib aimou cicitl
Mrc objeet of bit uatiriqf efTorte, for many
yean) bas again introd jced a bill for the ciUlv
Hahinent of ia(e j7uR4r.U Ikitta of tbe
Bute belpf pledged fo 'iui)ata It, lie. UTiat
will uhimatel be ilia inut of Uua bill, it U dfl
cult at tbia time to forties.
Aa connected wltb tb'utiubject, we giro bo
low, from the Capo Fear, Recorder, tat rcwlu
ttorta pMKd, at a recent meeting of tha Stock
boldcra of the Dank of Capo Fcer propottnf to
cil oat i&clr itorfi In trap to tbo State i
. . , BaararCaraFsAn, )
' i . , " 1 IOTA Xtn. 1829. (
At meeting of the Stockholders ofthia Bank,
held it their Danklns; House in WihninKton,
pursuant to public nonce i p motion, Doctor
rhomM 11. Wright was appointed Chairman
and jonn wooatcr, secretary.
' Qji motion, Rinlvtd vnaniifitvitfr that It
would bo exoetbent for tha StockholJr nfiK
Bank of Cape Fear, to sell and transfer their
debts, property, and Interests, to the Stsre snd
toTece'rve In, parment ibtrreof, socb pledges
uwui ua viuc. u caj dc provtaeu tor OV law.
. r'ni AW ii nrtAf Rti ttvtd. that te close the
bminesa tif the Dank, such rvidojiees of debt as
shall oe afforded, shall be at once distributed to
the Stockholders, according to their respective
Interests i and upon the surrender of their
blesent Certificates of Stock, as shall be stipu.
lated by the parties, in toe event of a sale. .
tienheJ, Aa the sense of the majority of this
iicciui, him u wuuhi oe czpcQicni lor me
Stockholders, to sell their interests to the Stste,
at a price to be computed fairly, respect being
bad to the probable gain to the corporation;
through losses of Dank notes i and to such other
considerations, as may have justly enhanced the
. And whereas, the expediency of a sale beioT
admitted, it Becomes neccueary to provide toe
mean of completing the same j and of meeting
contingencies thence resulting, without oth- r
recourse beinz bad to a general meetinor of the
Stockholders,., Jterefure liecolved, tt Mesa.
Rictard Bradley, - Oabriel llolmt l, Robert
Strange, John IV. .Wright, Emanuel, Sbober,
cr F. Bagge, and James Webb, be, and are
hereby appuated,WaimLuMVners for and on be
bidfor the Stockholders, with full powers in
them, or a majority of them: to negotiate with
the f tate or her .1 gents, respecting the value of
the gebts, property,, end interests, or the Bsnk
of Cape Fear i and be and are hereby author,
bed definitively , to conclude upon the sale
thereof, payment, rnde of trsiwfejv and all other
arrangemc6ta inadeluioti premises,-- f
zrlli irfirther lltnhtd, so as to obviate delay
io the complete and final coosummatlon of any
such .sale a"d arrangement, that said commis.
sioners, or a majority of them, shall have full
power and authority, by . virtue of this reaolu.
tion, to Instruct and tp direct the President, Di
rectors and officers of the Bank of Cape Fear, in
all matters touching the samei and to require
their compliance with and aid in all things neces
sary to the due execution and fulfilment of aucb
sate and arrangement i it being the true mean
ing of this resolution, td invest said commission
ers, with full powers, snd to delegate to them,
or a majority of tbem, all powers, rights and au
thorrtiet, - which they the Stockholders, them'
selves have, br could legitimately exercise in
their corporate capacity. .
Jtofolvtd, that should the State of North Caro
Una, in accordance with her views of consolida
tion, creates Bank of the State i or should by
her acts, otherwise render necessary or expe.
diehti a communication between her Agents snd
the Stockholders or the Bank of Cape Fear,
that then and in such case, it shall be the duty
quest of the Commissioners: hereby- appointed
that they meet the Agents of the State, at such
time and place 'at may be designated"?!"'"
: Retotved. that the Chairman of thif meetlrir,
commtinicate tQ the Commissioners of the State
express the unanimous wish of the Stockholders
of the Bank of Cape Far to meet the views-of
the Legislature, io every reasonable expectation
of promoting the public good. . k . , . .
CvnrreM isto meet In Washington city on
Woou Atxt7lLiAWo.me4uU are, iaat
wMduig their way . thi
some of them had already arrived iti the city.
The ; non7ffmrgZt ZmVfo
Saitaaury- tr. day wee r ; ana tne i ion-dirnM
P. Canon passed here two or three weeks since.
Virginia VCenwan.-'' The-i long egony; is
6erM ln ihis body tlafter art able and animated
debate,, the vote has finally been lakYn on the
basii tfrtpreientation (the most important ques
tion which had or could come before the Con
refttionVand -decided in favor' of white ptt
tion WttuWy, 49 to 47. We rejoice that the
friends of liberal principles, of justiceTand equal
rights, Uve triumphed over prejudice and aris
tocracy, the Old Dominion. i We regret, how
ever, to leiro, that Mr. Monroe has thought it
necessary to resign his seat Mbe Convention,
in consequence of instructions from bis district;
which conflicted with his views; Mr. Monroe
voted Ar the libera.! principle representalwjj
- ' ', cv. :3.-A ' I! :il;r- !.v
hid tha Vcu;t i fir. AHm,
f rths rrectlmcfe r s r rcJfy, to to
tsl'jil ncrj frcr.1 tl.o tvUiiiescf Cua
rcmbe snj liurke. l
The election of Vrn. XT vopcr; the
senator from Clstcs county,' Isvln-; been
contested, tho Commlttto tt Privileges
tod Electioai have loveailated the case,
nd reported favorably to bi fining mem
ber. ' ' H, "' . '.'J
A aefect Commlttesj bit bt'en splint,
erf, to enqtjfrc Into tbo proprlei of ee
latltshinjf Tc nlteotlary In thli ane,
l A hill is before the House tf Corinrons,
ro pardorf Tnoms KoftMdi how king In
Ouilford Jail, under lenieftco. of Vcsth",
lot Ihectirtie of Cigimy.'rWojaregU4
tt set slio,' that I'rcs'oIutTon ha bee jr
trodnced-laifisTJenaie, by Mr. (lJtU,
iu uivuiiy too yvjoiiumem aux.q loyiu
Sam Paich-ThU celebrated half.ro
hatffro biped, lately perforrriet! h
ma(cr f-ie jt Nj.srs Felii, In the ttat
of We sr York. He lumped from plat
forte attached to the mast of sAiearn boat
50 feet above the wet rr, Inteiht Niagara.
Tola ha called his whetter cf the appetite
or curiosity el the spectatirs, tod then
he gave ihern the lubstsntll io the shape
of a jump frem a staging (rected on the
side of Uoat s Islsnd into the abyss be
low, e distance ofooe hundred and 'wen
ty feet I On Sam's re-psring on th
surface, he delioeratelv iwra to , the
shorethrew his tfibecco out of bis
mouth, arid quietly observed, there j
ho mistake in. Ssm Psich."
Sans Patch has made sootier ' grand
nd . magnificent ji mp over Oenessr e
F-lJs, at Rochester, ISOffcfr tor 10)00
S'ooished spectators itosMf the fet.
Cut according io some of the paper, of
late date, poor Patch bat made ret another
and falsi leap. -r , ; ; -
Poor Patch made his last jump oi Friday last
frorn the Genessee Fatla. fie stnek the aster
oblicjuely, snd was taken out dead. IJf. Turk pa.
Hugh Blair Origsby, Csq.,of Norfolk
has been selected to fill the vacancy in
I he Virginia Convention, occasioned by
the resignation of Geo.' Taylor. Uui
Taylor returned to Norfolk on the
instand publnhed e abort acdrctt to trie
cititens of the Duu-ir t - v -
vfrtoniaa. The L'gfsLtsre of Arksn
tss assembled at Little Rack on the 5h
ult. Charles Caldwell at eleckd proi
dent of the Council," John UlJrk aefTetary.
- -11-' -1
and i bonus Shannon doorkeeper in
Ihc house qfreprcsenuUvesJohn-Wilsoo
wis re-elected r Speaker,; Daniel - Ringi
chief clerk, Henry. Bradford engrossing
clerk, and Eire 0en jdoorkcrpcr.--On
the 13th ult. Governor Pope transmit
ted his Message, which is a long and in
'trestinc document. He begins by con
gratuUting'tbe people of Aksntra ort the
health and prosperity onneicrnrorrina
go their improved form cf territorial gov .
ernmcnt. lie then speaks of tbeir expos
ed frontier and recomnv neS greater mil
itary preparations. ' Aa. Banner
Great Dividend. Tbt Directors of the
American Insurance Company, yesterday
declared a dividend of.tenty per. cent.
for the last six month-, tyule on the 1st
of December. Jr. York fit. 14A ult.
, astaiw ' - tF ; t --
The Rhod 1 IsUnd L(?ialature d6tifn
edon the Sits Oct. alter a laborious ses
sion of four days and a halfv; ii -
HiEooLTrHic tja of--Polly and
Bet"ev Cj, me former the wife of Mich-
sel C7- are advertised n a Western pa
per as having elopr d. Micheul will re
cover Polly we hope ; for- itSougb it is
neseid-wnetber she 4-rr
i represented iaheiftr lyrtaDTt i
if she could tell btr own 'ory, she would
lay she left her husdand for being ' too
frequently tg'cuffed.- At any rste, as her
suuation is described, she ought not to be
"'JaVerw in prance. It f$ :laid,? In
Qaliganani's Paris Messeogerr -that ahe
reorganization of the deDartment of in
rnal-AfLitStuadsr the oewr rench
miniatr Ui lead .avtbe-dismissaUor.
elimination of one hundred and thirty-four
SSSS. r Lm4&$m rtSiiim affim4feJ
SfrT Rircst1 our Mihisterldf i France,
arrived at Hav're on the 30th September,
and invmediately proceeded, to Paris.
Washington Irying, Secrefiry of Lega
m is IB !i , a. ' A a
tion at London, lett navreon tne ieto ler
England. . . v
ORE1GN NEWS...;MXTbe packer
ship New-York, arrived at New-York from Liv
erpobl, brings English papers to the 17th Octo
ber, . The confirm the Treaty of peace be
tween Turkey and the Russians. Turkey
K seems, is not deprived of a foot of her territory
in Europe and what is ceded in Asia ia insigni.
ficant. The most remarkable features in. the.
Treaty are the immunities Uco the Russian
subjects are to enjoy, in Turkey, They are to
De ireo irom i uraio unsuitMuu, w c
ed by the Russian Ministers and Consuls and
Russian MerchanJb aliipa-ajlto befiee from
I 1 i
e a 1 i i i f (
Monday, Vet. IC -A '.I'lHiut t-tir-'
present, the tneraUrs prr wtd their crc
dcatials, were qui'.CeJ, anl tf.k their
tests. The sctute then r,ror rcdel to the
ehoice of a Spe-Uri ll. Williams, t,l
Mdrtin county, nominate J J.oult I) H'il
r,,oFKdj;ccoratic ccuaty; Isi.d 'Ii.
Corns added the name of Uedurd Brown,
m!eU founty . On fcalJufini:, Ir. J
Hrown received. 40 Ver."J If. W'iltan 17,
cfnerir!fl.l I ,f,.C.owr) .WSI afcording
lv declared idulv nclecud. On tauiion at
ftlhVLhtairSamufi r, Pal t mm wsl
appointed.Pyincipal ClciV On hallottin
for Clerk Astistaot, HVilam J. Covin wit
elected on the second trhl, as follows i
1st billot, Cowan 27r John C. Stedman
1 1, Henry M, Millar 9, Thomas O. Stone
9. William Seawell 3, Henry Potter' I
3d ballot, Cowan 20, S:cdman 10, Miller
I, Stone II, Seawell withdrew, Potter I.
Tbos D. Wheeler was re-elected door-
keeper;,od IJobert.Usy assiitsnt. 4 .
Turiday, A ro, 17. Tho decease of
John 8ilverthoror. senator elect" from
Hyde, wss announced and writ lnued
fjr e near election,' on the 31 December,
to" fill the. tacaocT. Oi b.llott'tnir fur
I three Eogroisifij-; Clerkt.Thos. Dewire-
reived iti votes, a noa u.-oione iw,
V uijhn 63 Stedmsn 40, Covington 49,
WillUma 4i. Whi!akr II, Palmer 20,
8Mpmsn 17, Simpson 9 1 Dews snsl Stone
only, were eltcted. fOo the .next dsy.
Johrr V. Covington was elected the fid
En toaiW Clerk. I .The senate an pom
'.ti j Committee of Finance, consisting of
Metsrs. Davidson, Ward, MTarland, Wil
son, SneS Ake w, Welborh, and Moaely 1
The following committee! were also
appo'r,'di ' , ' ' s x
Of ' taimt Mesrl. Martin, . Leonard,. He
Darmid. Matthews, Smith, Montgomery of
llertfo-rl, M'BMire and Sherard.. ; f
Of PrttiUoni and GrtevancO' -MerS.
Dick, Miller, Jonosop, Williams of Martin,
Montgomery of Orange, Beaaley, Welch and
Dickinson. ... , :- i
Of PriviUfti and fUertie n-Messrs. Frank,
lin, Underwood, Neill, Boddie, root, Ramsey,
Durflo and U'DanieL ,
IIOrsE OF COMMONS, t ,
Monday. AVb. 16. The members bav
in ou.lified and taken their scats, Mr.
Gjir nomiiuted William J Alexander, of
Js tiklfjnHurg,' fprIppeVetJ JtfCJjfnum
nomlned Charles Flsheiy of Salisbuty j
and Mr Harden nominated-Joseph A.
ILU. uf VVil.ninKton.-On tUa-4ih ballot,
Mr.'-Alexander was elected, and conduc
ted io the chir, from whence he made
his acknowledgments to the house In an
Impropriate .address. - Pleasant Hender
son was -re-elerted Clerk, and Charles
Manly Assistant Clerk j: John : XumstHen
Swain, and Bynum, were appointed i
committee to prepare rules of order for
ibe house ; Messrs. Pearson snd Mhoon,
.u. t ,kJ.
wuumuii.k, yii mb v ,rv.uav,tt
to intorm the uovernor oi tne reaomess
of botii bodies to receive sriy communi
cation he might please td make; At 13
o'clock, t message was received from the
Governor, by his private secretary) Mr.
Muse i t part of which was given in our
1 asif and l her "conclusion "will beround" in
preceding columns of this : week's Caro
linian. : rtj.:: .-.-: y
' Hahfbury Priceij Jtiovtmber 28..". Cetten
H to 11 cents, corn 15 to 25, beef 2 to 31, but.
ter 10 to 12. flour 3.75 to 4 per barrel, wheat 40
to 6 J, Irish potatoes 25 to 30lsweejLd.Q.2GUa25T.
b ru n Tugir"n3?n Oo2el7 2 elt Ut,
td Tiomespun cloth 15 to 35, whiskey 20 to
33 bacon to 10, tjirntpa 15to 20.-
Pctertiurg, Firr. At. t7;....Cotton 71 to 74 i
lOiacco, miuunnjf j.ij io prime y io iy i
TV beat ii io ' 05, Corn 50 to JJceota per bushel,
fl.iuf 5 a 61, Baron 10J a 12.
Valumbitu X LV JVev. l.......COttOn Eil a
flour Si to tiliiskey 3d to 3l, bacon 6 to 7,
wheat urj to 1W, corn 4- to 5y, sail 7U to 75.
FayeHevllte, 'Nvo. 18...:..Cotton 8 to 8J.
bacouo to 71, ptach braruty 4J to55 apple do 30,
hutttYlO td 15, torn 33 to 40,1 flaxseed 83.' flour
Ato5jfarii71molaaaefc'32a44gar9 ;to; 101,
salt 75 to 80, tallow 8, wheat 74 a 75, whiskey 24
to 27....;u; : oanic nwes f a 1 per cent, pre
miunsiOape'Fear ditto, 41 2.---' --
"Richmond, Kuv. 20 Cotton 7 a 9. wheat
90, corn 471, bacon T to brandy apple 28
30, whiskey 27 to 23, tlour 5i. - . tititor.
JBtittn. wVti. 14..-......Cotton 91 to 11, flax H
a 10, flour 51 to 5 25, corn 53 a 54, cheese 3
5, tallow 8 a 81.' ; .' ' -f;. ,
CharUtfn, Jfev. 16.. Cotton 71 to 8J eenta,
flour 6 a 6l. whiskey, 27 4 21. bacon 7 to 8. hams
9 a i0, best kiiid4aggwgiersal34 to
50, corn 42 45, cphee 11 to 15;-.N. Carolina
bank bills 3 a 21 per cent, discount 1 Georgia, 11
ditto. , M :' ' ' ' ' ; '' '"'y'':
Camden h'ov. 3t...Cotton 81 to 8?, flohr 41 a
to 5 out of the wagons, that . from Camden
mills 6 to 7 j beat 85 a 93, corn 45 to 45, oats 3,
salt 75, whiskey 28 to 35, bacon 8 to 11.;. . .
Cincinnati. Oldo, Xv. 6- Cotton 121, fea.
the rs 21 cents,' flaxseed 37 to 40, flour 5.75 to
5.8 h Kenhawa salt 50 cents, peach brandy oV
pnte4o27 wluskry-2 taiWw 6 to j t8e - l -
i i i :
I t J I 3
i I t
-; . nu:if, ,
k' rtM?nce t.tir f: vr't ;- h t
(':,:. u';i-n, ;..(, j,'tli if, t... .. in t!.a;
I ! )tr tf UU
14 tho l'nt (i'tf.e Ytull'fi, (.1 1! ,C" . .'J, t I
V. -Eh t' ii, M'i r. 4h ' J , f '
V.t. r-c !.:!., sel C3,sr a 1 U fi tn :
l tj-i-i si rs'ttiplxrv latm'.cr cf i!m
UrthiKl.st C'lU-ck f-rV.ul ."I yrri. tin W;.
an n?eii-jnite win, a"t d. r' m , t j.. .''t,".v
B'aer, and si kind and t!.;i;li f nr r. '
'' 't;- IfrmmutiiCiite-t. ' .
rni irnn 4:i u at the Cmnnm--t
ii. .UaUry,'on IiJy, the Crt dv of Jsnu-
ry jitiU.Mx.tXl!t NCt-UOtS, the proper-v f - r
Thomas -An Ifrsoa, dec'.L at a er-dit af ait,,,.'
monthsf borvd and -approved security will Lo
reqtiired froaJ the rurchater, . ?
' :ii A'ormier, A D. Mil. 5rv9 ' .
Worth Carolina Irtddl county : , , ;
I A Equity i , ?etitian fur sale of real estate. "
Parsuant to SnVder of the Cou rt of Canity. "
at Lt terra, cpin the Joint petition of that j
Executors of R. 8i-aaatoa and the F.ieeutors af 7
James Lrvin, 1 will sell at the CourUtontA In
State irille, 4on the 15th and 16th of February,,:
aexV King the 31rtnday and Tuesday of tU .
February Court, thosa lyjls In Hie town of '
Butesv'ule, knot n by the name of the Irvlo Lw;'
upon a credit or twelve mouths except the,
corner lot, (snd that knows bv the name of tha
stable lot,) to the purchaser of which a credit of
one snd two years will be given, the aeemd ' jS V
payment to besr interest from the exnimtion of 2 , ! '.
one year from the date of the r.!e Bond ,itii ft.
spprared a-conty t be required. 'Witness, V '
John Muahat. Clerk and Ulster S uMeomrty-s-v--.-at
ofnc. the Jih Monday after the 4th Monday' . '.'
ofSeptemhrf A.D. 13i9 ; i.:...?:-,
, vvw , ..junn mi.mi.i i, r, as. r. ,
: a-.-- r -1 ----- J -." "V -
R-11 Ufc t receiied,at then? r ' --Ja-
. I EM. .Store, Wood Crove, Jtowao ? .
flM l 'uu,,ty 1' milesaestof Salisbury, st -y-'
S food ami fmh supply of V ;- S " :
TG ROCK HI ICS V
The sloo have on hand: a rood assortment of . . ; -
AUiooauto stui ana niaicr
. . nnv n r, rr n v
suitable for both Gentlemen and Ladies,' jxir '
chased in New-York and Philadelphia j Conaiaa . i
Ungof-' ,v- t ' i .
Blue, black, brownrsieef mlxed ihd elltdt
r- '" troad ciotbs; :- " v v !- t J
, i .-CaVimerte,CsteinetssndStt!oeUV ' ,
T White Ifld Red Flanneti
Point snd R jse BlarJieta
!.-:; Camblets and Plaide'"' rr
: Canton Crapes and SHkl ,"7rr"
Bombsretts, Bombasines snd Cireinisnlr .
L"CaamereSIila and FoiiUs ..--lltU.
ej-eihrr with every Dtber article usually fouad-..--j.
In a Sryreln this section of ewntryr-j-rr --y.
- AH of which they are d termir.ed "to sell a 'ri
low. as any, other person whau ver, engsged m vw
the same line of buinrt, for .Cash," Cotton; ett .a
en a credit to puntual dealers. ' ' ; " 4 ' ' f.
"The publid are respectfully iovited to catCex 'ii'" , v
amine," ihd judge for weroKdresrC ir R."-: --rr-v".
T Oecbtr 3lti, J829. -f... V. . ' Smtfrj. j -'
f-l-E IWW receiving their aeasonabfe supply ,
iiX ; which, wltU their usual stock o(,'.:ii:v-v
trill consiit of an extensive assortment of .-' 'r - '-J
' Sugar, Coffee, Saltr ' " 'l "'
inyrt, sauaoie ior uig ana varryaii iyrer snx
-V. sunaoieioruigana varryaai iyrer sn-x
large assortment of SHOES
-Which they will"
ten low for etuh or
SoA6ry, JWt. 9iA, !82i.
factorage tiritl Comra38oo:i
THE rabscriber informs bis friends, and thej
- public that he eontmof the above busi';-"vT-1,
ntas in Chartoten, as heretofore. His time and - --V
services will, ae usual,- ho devoted to the Inter ; t. r
ests of those wbo employ him, either in thes V'
sale of produce or purchase of goods.'" "' ' V "
( He informs his euftomers. that Malar Jothtrrt . -S
Lcrtirttt will act as his agent theensuingscsson. f r
in CAaruw.V Cotton, or other produce, sent tes "v,j .
htm, to my sdJress, Witl be received and tor , t,
warded promptly, free of commissions snd allj' N
Other charre-4iX3ept for expenset -Sietaaliy rnr"t"
curred. :: : - i "L
' a vi V win viiiviiwo v siiBvis jsrviidSa'Sj tasjv t i
Cotton through this channel, Mr; Laafus-will
be constantly supplied With the leading articles
of , Orpcerin, via 1 Salt, Bagginj," Uope,s Sugar y ,
rCoireerMdIafigeiTttcrStcTwuicTs , ' ' -
will be furnished to waggons, or
order.at cost and charges 1 which)
" a 7
will be chsreed to the parties, oa .
my books, and made payable In Charleston. " . i $ 1
Cturtei J. Shannon, Esq. continues my Agcrf5
ia Camderr, as heretofore. 1 -r
Amu . nti 1.1.1. in w
JJ.i dndrmjacJctatL tuilt
- - X-. mm .1- I .I.' .
Augusta trade,- wil! . t.
cimnencti ruonmy aiternately between the iw
place, as loon as iiaishafl, whcti will Im smIa .
ous to the 1st of Noy,4 She goes djreci(in!and)
between Charleston and Cherawj and willtaies
freis;hl84it the lowest possible rates. :"a 3mt03 . -
riiaj. Josnua Lazarus wOl bo mv areiit irt-
tneraw lorner atso, snit win attend promptly
to me shipment of. Coiton by hfef. consigne(
either to myself or others in Churlestou.
in:mi r w. coxier: f
.. Gold. WttsUer. -
"WTOTICE, that.all nersnns are herehv fnrt.il1
V warned aj-ai;ist biiilJirrjr, or making use oft' ,
a Machine invented by Walter S. Pharr & Co. .
for washing afluvial, surfaee.and vein gravelt un-, '
der penalty of the law in that case provided, a ' '
wo imeiiu " jywirc j.iintu; ior me same.
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