nTi'Titi pi r
.Perhaps then never wtt a ' In tho rivil
iffl of any nati-j lft M nwdi J'''
tailed thro-i gVmt th country and s mnoh tot.
' dtiMtna of opinion,- growing wit "uf fctrful
e uion.ia el fl part of ledin;j politic'iain.
4wlwiwr4ayH tlrttW iW fate
of tfc trlntir.cAtt-ryfftre-turned to him.
' ,!! attention eonerntra'ed upon his inestures.
" We fctl coiG lenre thaflit' "wMI'iWit thi
expectation! of bit ftenda, and that no act of
l'iirriW wrwrTsmm- owner,- n
liUmir.iary achievements shine with the bril-
Uncy of th diamond. Urn. Jekon bet ex
hibited hn independence, and lili singleness of
.ufniM ! the rod of bie'couotry. Much of
'.Merest m.ty b looked. fr in the coming set.
ir m of the national Irfilatiire i the clout!
now lowering over the j.lti-l horizon, and we
m.v ntrt it 10 bunt fmih with all the vio-
iie of siifled heal.
The people of this country begin to regard
principle with more vent ration than formerly
tod no degree of Intert t couM p'evao on such
tjre and exalted minds to iai-r.fke, for present
and imr. diK advantage, all the blrviings of
civil republican liberty whit h nothing but an ad
be.ence to principle ran aecurr, upon a firm and
Nothing wa tending more to Corrupt the
political integrity of the people than the syitem
of internal improvement by the national govern
meul which will eventually become as uupopu
Ur a the Alien ami Sedition lews for one is at
grtst violation of the con-ri'.ulion at the other
The Tariff too it part of the American System
the tine f'"i nti of ita existence, and il ii de
.rnU bceominr every day. more hateful to
"theAmVncan people. It'll not How vVwed,"
frmtrly, an Innocent and unboftheosome expr
dient for the execution of ihe legitimate purpo.
let of th government, but a lawlce lyatem of
Upine and plunder.
When tlieae two branches of the "American
System" thell go the ay of U foul and corrupt
legidv.ion, we may look for qmet. prosperity
and happiness. Commerce like the fable J Plioe
nix will rise out of id own ashes, nd remnining
untrammelled, must aecure to ut il! the weakh
nJ power of t migh'y nation.
Tkt C frei A4 ', i.c.'ti. The powril '
which oofc'l.t to be gt-n to that !!y in the
X of k-gitlatinn, wis i m'ter of grrtt rooe.
rjuf nm to the people tithe If, H. at ii regarded
tbi aafety mil co'.tmuiion of tht frce ium they
ijijcJ, when they had f.Higlit ueeef illy to
(re llit melet front the pko of Hrii'uH tyran
ny. It wit jtintly regr If J it one of Iho moat
f irmi.Ub'e bmliet to the lndrpendenc of the
people ucii eiiriea in lUc g'ltermntit of any
to'mf, ind mofi ctinI!y iln Ihis where
hold the rein of purer end authority in
Thi frTfr of tie eoAttU'itina iwart r,f (he
inimrtne of a proper regulat ion of tbe puw
ra which. era to h Kuciaed by- tha natiowal
phrvVtk wmnn ,tt . wwmW- tM fceew ring
esUblUh'd, ami were thougti' ti ba well 'inder
UooiL 'oU UlatAodu li"il.iritio,
rareely power hat bren conn lal to tht C'ot
elerriwd or the hdiin It unhcede J.
Tlie lemjiUtion to the a!u e of pwer it great
wl'h every b't!;', but fr more ln'iln to be iit
eremcd to the prrjudic of thve who corfcr i
where there art many !io are to be Cru-ured
fur the uula Ail eierci of t'l'hcuiiy. tiicf tlte
blame cannot attach to tin panir.tikr milnn'iul
They can tliift it frcm one thoi.hlcr, to the other
here that it the rae. pni'leo'e tUoul
mark the?rtnfcr of (he Ir'uin'ire mwrr from
the people to the rrpretcn'.i'ive. Io tl.at
centred their indtpnlriif.
A Cfr..r, ,t uprcled in IrcUnd tt'Jr'.j m rt
i'ro( '.ntry efTir'iire mt lito fclien the !n-
rei'ift of the poor. Fotatoel aro ararcc d
ear Urge price. It ha produced icierat
Tlie Jckfn Ticket fjf I'ati repeetentatlret
in Indiana hj rjeceeded entire by Urge ma.
ority. Th few CUy men, bo were in pre.
tlout Hi latt ilection, Sav been left a
birme at tha hiddinv of the oertle.
Hit Duke of Wellinjton'll li t to potet in
a great degree the ettentitl, q'la'inuon of a
Kirg'i mmitier to know how to disw'mhle.
It U mentioned u faeorilt iiyiflg of li, tlt
if the hairi of hii head knew what wtw ptji'H
UhwH ho wouU rtajthewojrnot ..cr
apt imi' eiJfer . , , . . -- -T-r-
Peter Lyrv h was committed to nrideeM,
tome three weckl aiuca far murder of -Abb
Carrey. V'aa it the effect of inflicting Lynch' i
law upon herj we i wonder f
F.en the C(a men now tdinit li t! the letter
purposing to hate been written ty Mr. Jrfl'rt
ton, aod pohi'tthed lv tlie Hhode llt"d Sutul
(ern.it abate forgery. The I vnchhurgh ir
gintan met the folio inglanguge . " We bf
no hei'itir. in expressing our un'jnaifrd be
lief that it it a bate f'g:ryi and that ut au
Ihwr'e ear ottgM to br nailed to the pillnr)
we wonder he did nH .H, kI cot oft." Hot
h o cnitl to i (Vuy man, Mr. Tditor of the
I irginvn f
C7 Tbie paper concliidei the pubricatinn of
the. long nd weariime Pott Oflice advertise
fairnt, V'V are hlldp!et- d orelvea n'. ii
d'.aaoriearance and cnifratolte our readrrt
upon the plt.'re of getting rid of to moch
dull and aoiri'let! ma ter. We hope to give
them better eoteruinmr n't hereafter.
Mr. Clay cannot give up hi fondnes fr ma
king long dinner speeches. A dinner was Isiely
iven t'i him rt Cincinnati. He took occasion
to make the political trantictiors of the ik
the nibjrct matter of hit dt-course. lied
, J i
, 'i'Ui j'ltTini'icft tt ttii rm'8 fchool lt
Statcsill will eommeace on Thurtdy, the
I fish Septe-nHer, at 9 o'clock, A. II. Tatront
and frirndi of tlie School are repectftlty Invited
to mend. M. A. C ALDA'f.l.l, P,Utipl..
Married, in Lsiii)o.i, by lue ll. r. II. C.
Uoae.imiller. on the July la-t, Mr. Wro. Ad
tUewtn f Patrtdsoti count jp to Mltf Amxndi
llttch of Lexington.
In thit' eountr, on the 72nd July latt, by the
Iter, Jamei SttfTord. Ju'mi Jeo Rtevea, f.rl
to Mih Margaret tMleiple. Alto, on tht St K
in st. by Adan Rweman, IU. Mr. Daniel StafVd
to M M l-yy ' greeie. And on the itt of Aneii
the U. S ? tli liicntli tavr almost UtiafliUiOQtty
dcclirtd him a Candida's f?r the rreiideuc for
the nett fmr yeat. -
jl is with munh re(ret that we notice the de
termination of the able and enyglitrm-d Hitor
of the ftanner of the Constituiioii 'o ili:ontimte
the publicatiuu of hi iuu Im.ahe.4'U. LU
ceiliber'oext?" I he fiTrninToT llo: Cm nutiiliiui
will looee erne of ht moat zralotn n strcngext
d(edert thrw-' irpfrrr. -rrr-r"-
.tfr. Ctay'i .Imeriean Syittm !u the con
itruerion rf thii Vetn ti portnyed xli. that
fnntritT ind anphwtry for -which Mr. Clay's
mind ix to rrmarkAlclThe materiali are of
tbe twit beautiful and magnificent fibre, whilt'
it the same time the decorationt are juperb intl
enchanting. At Rrit riew d!r fnc it ttken
Cnptiye, ud we forget in the delightful ict.m.
- ttont which the -tight of ao utucb, -apfewlor of
adornment createa, that it it only contemplated
la .entice. t. into -tlie -dark and dreary -lull,
vhere we fiffiVo be .Tltjitclcd,-ai forever de'-
prived of our liberties. ..! philo U'liite Eq. the former fclitor of this
Mr. Clay it possessed of a vigoroui intellect.' paper left this place lor New York, on Satur
well t'.ored with the most usful and varied day last, whither he has rtpsired undof orders to
knowledge, and jiis iinaguiHtifm exhibits all the ! j jm the squadron which it desuncd lor the
colors of the rainbow. With the penetration J
el a sagacious politician, when he bad put on the '
livery ol the Jatcmli. he saw the weakness and
futility of the argument, so frequently urged in
support of internal improvement, claiming rhe
proper exercise of thut power by the General
government, fron the words "general welfare"
and determined to ferret out tome new au
thority. lie quickly gave the Houre to understand,
after rising to unfold his system, thaV.he peyer
- claimed .the cicrcito of -tUt owr uadar-tbe-wror!j
" general welfare," of indefinite significa
tion, but that he looked to higher and better au
thority. He claimed ihe right under the grant
to Congress"," to regulke commerce, between
the States." His argument Was able and spe
cioui, and the frirndt of the system otfe aU
their gratitude to Mr: CUy for its support. The
opinion that the general government bad the
?'tlt. totnt.ke )iiternLj'npo''f.iJeitJry,-i''tJ
looting ground, and nothtngliut Mr. Cla 'i in
genuity could have preserved it.
Campbell it charged with having pirated hit
r.iilo of Erin from ihi papers of the late Duke
ontuckingham. When w ill they ceate clarg
ir.gpnor Campbell with tbe horrid crime of
The proprietor of a gold mine In Georgia dis
covered that hit negroes consumed a great deal
nl time in tcratcuint- tneir heajs i tlie wealber
being very warm and their hair very long he de
Irrnu led to have thero shaved closely On sha
king the wool af'er the lonure wat performed,
he wst aMonished anJ deligh'ed to find s quan
ity of pure gold concealed io it. It ti a ed
Tl.t Richnvond Whig ttinl nothing but the
elrttionof Henry Clay can put a check upon
the dangerous doctrinet of the politicians ol
South Carolina. Tbe Courier and Inquirer
tiUlt Ihe remedy would be worn than tbe dta
Tlie leglalattire of New Jersy haa abolished
imprisonment for debt. It wu humane, and
will fk fleet honor a'id credit unon the at ate.
rot Ti Wisraaa ciaouautr.
Another lit to of Ike lletolution gone!
mi.i ii...h.iiwi in. V .ii'. ' ' "r" " "".
Ii tM-comra our ; i '.'"il duty to record the
(h ih of Capt. Itichard (iraham, of Kowan conn
H, Stale of North Carolina, lie departed thit
life tuddenly on the nigh! of the I i h iuataut at
tl advanced age of abmt eighty yean.
I he writer of thit cannot in jus, ice to hit
feelings, permit tbe luhjrct cf the above notice
ro pan frorrr thrr rxlr cf tein without making
known some of the nolle train which adorned
the character of Csil. (iraham while living, lie
ti i kind, aflec'ionate husband, an indu gent
parent, and a noble Inend.
In early life he sought his God, and haa (or
f"..Bu & ka at n m rtflatBair In I K a frwakolHr.!
nou. ce.ltne irenucmiur m- rc.usa. io cflUrch antl bcieve a possess of rehgi-n , his
(he Maisville road bill. Ho uuhecimiog lor i generous heart alway t felt for o-heri wyct to
. . ' - .- - - - .1 I If . I i r. L ' J 1 t
Mr. Clsy in h present relati'iu to the people ot muru so, uiai ne m- ouen incommoaea ntmaeu
i&iutiii m miuw. uiru. . .... ...
In that glonous" sfruggTe for indeperideiee,
which our loerftier-aenieVTd with to mttch
ufirring ami bravery Capt. tiraham t'lok a fen
ijilcuoui part r He re eiwd the apjointment o
Litut. in the Militia of the Stale of N. Carofina
XtUmli fiittfrit ib tfin rirtt-. hr A rrf.
fln, Mr. Abraham Nub Io Misa' Sarah
U liwdatl oottwtv, m thr 37th wf Inly 4w, by
Jot. Murdotk. Ran. Mr. Samuel Keler to Mim
anitna H.iier. Alan, on the oth tnst, by ibe
mrlr sa-wee fUwhia Wise Krnker-Mty
be, all or Iredell, and all f'r Jtriao.
In Caharnis cxinty, on Thursday the 29th of
JUiy, oy Jacob Williams Kq. Mr, Charlei li'U
ney to Mua Catharine Host.
la Burke county, on Thursday the 29: b of
July, by tbe Hev. rbimat Cartton, Mr. Christo
pher Keinhardt to Miaa Khaabetb 1'l.U r, former
ly of Cabarrus county. CWnNitit. -
In thit county, on the 2 J Inst Mr. William
Pinktion, Sen. after a lingering illness, which he
bore with christian furtiiude. He was a good
cttiren am! an honest man. He has left a wile
and Ito children to lament his lots.
In Concord, Cabarrus county, on 26th inrt. of
a pulminary complaint, Jjhn il. Malian, F.w
an old and rpectale citin of tiial placet
letvi ig an amiable and interesting .f4mily, to
mourn the low of in affectionate husband, and
a kmd anu fond parent
In this county, on the 17th of July, Mitt Sarah
Wilton. daughter ofW'm. B. Wilon, PjKj.lnthe
21st vear of hrr are. with onlv two davs sick
ness. She had been entirely helpleti fiir four
pears past, loiiued by Mercurial ()inlmnt.
At his residence in Burke county, on the Khh
ultimo, Mi. Jacob St Connelly, tn'he 3lt year
of hit are, lie wat a worthy man and ulul
citiaen j and will ;be very generally regretted
oy hit aeqnxi itsnce
Near L-xinton, N. C. on Tuesday the 9'b
tnotr ioojrWet em of Miehaet-tT,tr!Jl9
years 7 week and 6 davs. In the loa of this
youW man, cut off af'er a very short nrkness, in
the flower of life, his friends have siisttioed an
irreparable loss, under which -hey can be ton
soled only by the hopes of (he gosptl and the
entire willing-no, which he mmuli t'ed in his
last iii nents to leave thit world and go to a
better one. Ctmmunitattd.
11; ; YOUIVCV
flOKMr.KI.V of Hli.:.urv, t.drt t lit mrtho.
; of infiirming lot iriomlt and the merehin'l
in general, that La hat connected himself in the
in thi City of New V..rk, with IV. Jacot ti A. C.
tmhury, under h nnn ot, I
Moor, a iuuhy touiio.
Store !ih. 2 rturfi'tg Shp, nt il to the turner
Pearl Street r where t'.ev are now receiving ami
pyitlnf an r enwM;m e nt.of Tt;;- . Z. ."
rTcl they oft. r on liberal terms ad at thfl
lowerf market prices. . ,
, He (latieri bimtelf from the eifcatifanci of Im .
having been engaged in btiai-icM in Carolina f
a numOcr of yrar, that their assortment will bo
found detiraillfi forihatacctuol!couaUy aa.t
begs leave to solicit a aharo of tht patmnago o
those who vii(t tho city for tho purpose of sua
king pu ehaset. . 6C7
THE subscriber rcpectfully informs hit eus .
tomert, and the public, that he has
XIE3I0VED 1123 5T0XIU-
intn hit new and spscimis building, just fimsher
sn l fitted on in most elegant ityle, niperxir to -
any in the Uiwn i It Is the si aod formerly owned
ami occupied by his uncle, )niel Crews aen, '
on Main (trcet a fi-w doors from the Court-llou-e,
wett side i Where the subnber hopei to rs
c Ive calls from his old customers, and all other!
who are desirous of buying tkettfi UUUDi. - ,
Tim maimractarieg of S'illi an t Tin r!a!
Ware, herrtoforo conductf J t.y JwarJ Crest,
will herrtftrr be carrird on by the iubrrilrr . . '
who will keep constantly on band, or manuU
lure to order, - ' '
StUlt. and Tin Phde Ware.
made of the best materials, and in the mot sub.
stawial and fastdonaWe "atjle ef workman i T.ipf "
and lopra,by a strict attention to this branch of '
biiamesa, to mt,rit the patronage of tht pub'ie.,". ,
lhlXIKL II. CRESS.
aud w at the battlea o Stono, Ramtours, Col.
smn, snd many others; indeed he was ever ready
both with life and fortune, at hit country's call.
iu -j.ull agaiik-. tli Xort who tbinjufeaUid,
STTTiTTiVa' "TT'Tn va ,Ie FTaiiT anuToppreasors of
our country j and a rircumatance occurred du
tiii our. lst war a iih great Britain whiph I
mim TieTerfite'. TS i on)y 'iiii tliat fived'"a!
home withliim at the lime, and indeed the only ;
CAuretiOi, .i'tquit 10 o , y j k
flour i a J. whmkey Ti a 35, bacun 7 a ,
turn tt a 1U, tw U kind uf bagging II la aall
10 a corn 4J a cofTse 11 a li..MNoith
Caroliun hanlt tutu 2 per cent dtscoutTl j O'eor
gia, '.'J per cent premium.
.iiMtkJtiuguML lfl, ."Cotton ) a ?
hacuu b a 7, apaU brandy. 5i, ooen 4S, t1aawwd
7i -IU, flour, now 4 a j, AMihnwee M'l 'Jfl, i.
gar 8 a 1 1, aalt TO a 73, wjiinkey 34 a 20, wheat
66 a 75. -
( umJtii, .inguit 21... .Cotton 9 a 10, (I uur fS
a 5, out uf Tie wtgonCairKlen Mifla, g5 a 7,
wheat 83 a o j, corn 5, nati 3, salt 6.'j, wins,
key 30 a JSj, baejin g 5,9 12 1-
unoiiATL snowxr .
HAS Ihe plraaure of. anununnis his! .
Tpendi, customers, and the public In gen- TP"".'
eiai, that he is now opening, at his old stand 111
Salisbury, an elegant aisortmeit of '
Xew, Fashionable, fcf Chmn Goodi',
direct from the cuiea of I'bilndelphia and Sew
York, and selected by hitmelf, trom the lalnt nr
arioon for the Spring of 18: Which ho T
olleriaalow at any Gootltof tho ain$ qoitju.
can be bought In tint market. Hit a.soi-tment T7
com rises every article usually kept in Stotee.
Plirtht'i ralirelliiirifeir Jo .talL' einiiiioJ.l-,! -
judge (ut tnenlvw,----3-f'--"-'ri(- -
n6trf,Mftrf 7r, WOr - : -
S1OMEVnTKEiii TownV'a'wi.air Memorsm
dum Hook, roughly covered with rediLtS-
The aluir between lien. Illair of 3. Caro
lina, and Mr. Hammond of Columbia, the F.ditor
of the Times and Guxttee, has been amicably
settled by the inierpouuon'nf Iritnds.- Mr.
Hammond disclaimed at y ititeAtion of disrepccl
towards the conatitueiits vf Uen. Bk.r in tome
remarks made by him in which some alhision
yas made'totlicnt. ten 11 "air r troete t Ibe
disrespeetWepithetsj which were publisncd by
him, of Mr. Hammond. And o the ufiair eiuWd.
'A violent iquall visited Chariest on, vhich de
st royed a. quantity of shippiug anddvlxoiiwder.
able injury to the w harvti!. Tb'tr is the recond
The Algerinefmade, an attack, in Juno J?tt,
upon the French encampment, but were re-
puial Uh.tini.lerhl !., - AU-liie camp
equipage fell into the haiuln of tiie French.
A rebellion recemly. took place in Vale Col-
6 h6pe at some future day to say tomettijng LJege. Some of the. Student refused to obey
person be had totakar 4 him in Im old age,bmw aiir paper cmtaminj entries of all my
was drafted for a tour of service against tneTeollectiou-, and other memoranda, during a tour
C;reek Ind a ia. Capt. t.raham (like righteoua ol 8 or V weeks, through the Western counties.
Abraham w uen he wu about to offer u or his ton Aa il it of no value to any one but the owner,
banc,) instead of making any excuse or wi.hing wh-iever ma fmd it will cooler a favor by giv.
to prevent hit ton frum aervirg hit country, bad mg mytcll ur lareily mlormation.
hini well e7 iippd for service, and when aboul PHILO WHITE
to part wi'ii hun, maite the tullnwmg rt marks: A'aoAvry, ,JMf. 23J, 1810. 34
" Now aaid lie, my wu y are giiwf t d-efcl "l
vourcounirj. ) jU art w w'-iee, and if eter.i V J i iti ti (T
yen digrace rWwter, aever rrtwrw to ate, I y 111 litt
l:yVZiZZ w. J- cowan t. a. haoue
veuerata tt toan. faacwrg aae ecteg w; JT X& eptered into a typartnenhip, and
thrtc. I M 11 uUen.a shop m tbe town of Conco-d, se
Ho is gw lb SUSHI t iea-L, sJ i ; cun.1 tioe from the I oort-House, oo Main street,
is na'ur. te us to iiini aM rvo of alt ! fof lb pu'j- e ol carry ing on the
',e cosoget wbh w w. iwwa ofj Tailoring llttfincssj
mat y wSdmsU tarmWjrteO; qurrertr tll-t.tesr London,- New-Tork and
r,y.nd oUacrMri hrArr.U,'l! PbiUdelphi. FA?iHO.N8l which will enable
KM'UrrUB rise kVtru in j ur nmw p w w mn , . , a ' , t-
g a uvih w x icvutv irvil w wi
CUtVAM li iUXlXS ar-irekivig ami V
openingat their Sioro, Wood Urovoin,
How an county, 13 railciJttat uf StlitUuty- gen---
eralaMuHment of - - -r"' ' ' t"r
jyVw.. Fash ioMfyt and jCjieap 'J C-
lecTedliv.J. J. Reeves of the above firm, ami
bought h from Hie lainM importa'Mtns in .-
pi...ii'ri-a(ia- ruiiaJciplua A4.oJJue 4bey
are !ettrinini d to th as tow as any GokI of
the same quality can be ;bought in this acctmii
of lh! country. Their assortment consists of . ' :
Dry Goods, Hard IVarc. ;
Cutter u and Groceries t ...
of all descriptions usually kept in Storea. Their .J,,
mends and cuatomers are invited tu call, r,xam ,
ine and jmtge lor lhcaiclte, C, h It,,
yvne run, lOJr;. 3ihU4 . .
Cowan & Reeve, respectfully beg leire'to ' - ,
rcum their sincere thanka lur the liboral pat
ranage tbey have heretofore received from, Ihrir-
fnendi and customers, and bnpq by cl'j"? Hi ,
tention and steady habits to merit a continuance
I tbe same. , ' '
war cceeng ,n tlteir tura ti W.of kt. ( ( ( respectfully request tbO'pit
rm..l him. He was brcomin a atranrer in f . 1 J M-VS A. HAGUE wi- confinue.
6t that part of the conatitution from' which Mr,
ly deduces lhia poerf for really, when fairly
Considered, we cannot think it giyeiitich a lati
tude of power a's.is contended for. We think
beq the .objects, for which such a power waa
; liflded to the general goverument, ixe' 'pp.
1 - nft't'that it will ipVear mitioienitly clear tlrt
no power to make internal iraprpvemertts was
intended to jbe gien to tbe nali inal Icgi4tu.rc
jstt,Ja'ti woufd lugged to the writer in tbe
JditoriaJ columna-of the Examiner published in
Oxford, that he open till eyci, or sharpen his
understanding' when he reads any tiling of ours
again. A aecond reading uf an article of ours
(about which he bat said something, it may be
Ae knowi what) woufti not be amiss.
ICP The citizens of Charlotte invited the
Hon. Wrn. Gaston of Vewbern to partake of a
pubfic dinner, as a token of their esteem. He
very poIiteiy'"decPiied . in consequence of the
"ecetairy of bit immediate presence at home,
the tlirectiona ol the Profeorai Forty three
A atorni, simils'r to the one which visited
Charleston, paused over NeWbern,' which like
wise injured a considerable quantity of thipjmtg
ancV did othennaterial fotmg''ix'--!
WVMOis Wifeixiiay bean eatabtiahed 'it
Jackson Jlitl, (called by that name) in. Davidson
Esq."a ?ost Master. "- T :"-' "
A man in New York alvertisei for wife.
he mu be an agreeable companion with a
btameleia characterbut above aH the mutt
have a handsome fcce with a good fortune.
The returns from elections in Kentucky, ao
far. as they have been received, give "Genl
Jackson a. decided majority of friends in that
state. Mr. Clay, where known best, is least ap
proved. . ,t ' . .
The Supreme Court of'thii itate adjourned
last -eek. . Tbe. cHun hai been unnauaity
.protracted.' ":'''?: ' "' '"'
h. nuAti of a new succe aion of men. a race a usual, to carry on the above business ai
who knew turn- haariae tatvil 4b.axUw ..Af-.fedcncft .in knk& county. on.tlje JWaUie'a
er all be haa beheld, hia eyes are now closed ford Road, 21 milei from Salirbury. He will
forever. iiiKewise carry mi me nusiness, uirtmgu tiie
Thus pasan the world awar. Throughoiil aU agency (tt competent wortmep inanenop
raiikiahd cohtrittons br menqne gentra ion
Passe'h -away, and another genemtion comelh"
and this great Inn is by turns evacuated and re-
pltfrii"hed by tronpauf iiir.rei'iliflg ptlgrimai tl
urove, (Cowan fc Heeves' Store) Rowan county.
tHr, I8 i0. 3t36
i t n . - . s
vain and inconstant worm; u neeung ana
PHILO WHITE , "
Being op the eve of visiting foreign countries,
. i a - t a t n c
on pub ho pusiness, Baa appoiniea sir. mm
Agent and given him- lhejriquisite Jpowtir Jo
liquidate and settle all bis business in North
quested: to inteaynjentt in Salisbury, to Mr
Hampton, and him only ,r to-whotjt; H buiinesa
letter! are hereafter to be directed.
The following Gentlemen will act af local
Agentf, for the settlement of sundry .accounts in
their respective counties, and have full power
to grant discharges
David Sterlet. Esq. P. M. Cobcordj
DavifPttrki, Faq. Charlotte V ,.
Win. f, Cewan, Eaq Stateivjlle , -Wjw.
fobt. C. Pearun, Eaq". P. M.Morgantoni
J). tV.Ctat. ttq HunUville,
BY Daniel liarkey aud entered on tbe estray
books of Met klptiburg county,- a small
bay mare about 14 handt and I inch high, shoes
on her fore feet, a rope tied on her neck, with
some laddie and gear marks, and valued at fifty
dollar, 3t3S tltun J. ftlcUAI.N, Hunter,
1T0HN FUttK and others vt. Jacob ami Geo
O iurr : Petition for Fartitionl it appearing
to tin tatittactioo ot the Vourt, that ttt rtfen
dants in thia cae are. not inhabitants ,of this
stater Ordered b tbe Court that pubrication be
made for nx weeka ui the Weatern Caiohman,
notifying id defeuHanta to appear at the beXt
Superior Court of Law, to be held fur the
county of Cabarrus, at the Court-House nt Con
cord, en the ?it Monday ; alter the 4th Monday
in ntpU mber next, then and thero to answer
or plead to said petition or the prayer of the
petitioner! will he granted trparie and partition
.V c W - Cnjftv -otwt-r r-3
CLAYLANIJ 4- TOKUKXCK. " 1
RM. CLAVLAND and A. TORKEflTK,
4 having formed a eopartnenhip in tb Z
Metcantile Business; under the ibove nfm"."ber '"
leave respecttuHr- to tnfom the inhabitant! of f
Salitbury and the surrouttding country, that
they have just returned from'ew-York; and v
liiuaucipiiia, wun a oeatiiuui aoaortment ol .
JYcw Style, Fancy and Staple
which hare been selected Irom the latest liri. , j
portatioiis, and will be offered at a very small
advatfeo tut rath," Purchasers are inyite to call .
ana view their assortment. j. , ;
.Vniirt,- irtV 5, 1830,.
rjlHE. NoUiaod accounts of A. Torrence,"and v; . .
JL A. Torrence H Co. t re placed in the hands ' :? ,. ;:
of 0. L. Torrentfc for collecrtom' and I wouht'-
advise toe intcfete J, tqjc.all on- hint ffirt .(&.
tMfciJlMi . Crnirt, jJf, JO Rlt,KM; BL
JL nt Un4rd jr&WQtjr-hi- which' thev' . v
will Pay a liberal price '. in cosAT Applicattoi).
may be made, either by letter or in person, to "
Josub HoteJn MOltOAN TPN, or James Hci '
inALlSBCHVi'who will be ready at nil limes -to
'MOTtfitoiodate those who may with to e
changeNegro property (br cash. V
' JAMES IIUIE, ,
i: ' JOalAlt IIL1E, , :
' J,me.2U 18.-50. - . .; V5 -
A NY one having Besuchamp'sConfession.wil!
please return it to th'il Oftice, and cerfef ' i
ar"far"K the ovrnerv