i r-Ji v. m i 1 1 n v v in)
BALIBhATDAt N. ' 0. 'E3Eai)A, 22,' iKW.,
riima AID rcitiiMB, aria? Tviiaar,
Df B1NCIUM WHITE.
nN the 16th of April Ue eiercieet of the mile !
I . . w - t .. 'I, t A I
. i mm inn uv iir -pman. rnn win a i mn innpnnirnii
The subtcription price of the Wimu C.aoiiaui U the education of the fcmalct. Vunng upwards of twenty
""T v 1 ...... . , Ivears Dr. Precmin has nretided. tmnanaJlv. over the
rise JKUar, per annum, ptyabie n-yeny in advance. '-.., .-j;, tAn and Newbern. In thi.
"No naner will be discontinued until all arrearages 8ut , from wkicjl Jnatitutiont he received the molt bon-
rr ntid. unlet! tithe discretion of the editor. 1 onJleleUiD6nie this Superior Ulerrtrit a teacher
ire jjuu, whim . . I 1 1.: .k iiauh M.u:m
uWrwffl become respo
vihA nanen. shall rccciVcSTCntn rrauf, . 1!: t r .:. .-ji- k ..J....... l.:.h -.n
ApTtantiMBm wUl be .Inserted on the cuatomary I -jren of the nualificationt of Dr. Freeman, may be
. . ...4i i.r.j .l. r .1 t.i
termi. .Persons lending in Aaren
ftDecifv the number or timet tncy wisn mem inwncu, r . ; - - , .V . .
upeciiy c hwmiw- Uhed beyond anv former example. Jor the latirtaction
Ihev will be continued till ordered out, and charged ac , . ' . . . . . . . , cnaruCt.r
I " ' J ----- 1 1 ' --
tjordinirly. - ...V. I of Dr. Freeman, wc would wibjoin the following ex.
No adTertiaement interted until it uai been paid lor, tract, Irom a - voluntary uidutc oi manaa community
. . 1 1 hv the Tnmtrri of N'ewbcrn Arnlemv. on bitrctir-
or it. F.yen, Mmmed.by ome Pero u, uu. w - we rf
the mot niiiinjruianea nnm i our rate ran foai
1V, Kiminin-. iinrlrp hii ilirrrtion. hat floiirishcl be-
yoml all former experience. In cltool J:cipline, in the
TlnCU uumiillCMiuiw VI m itawiirr, mi iuvvm hi
A t ft' .
the proerrw ol Int pupil ami in unwearied uuijrcnrx
and xeal. Dr. Freeman ban always been conidmd !v
the Truitr ei an unrivaled, and entitled to their undivided
ii i t - I ,'!
if rnnm irn Lniipni aiui 1 1 1( I uiilli wumu '
NOW in full health and njfor, will themiejVM wf tnP opportunity to tendrr their tef-n.ony
IT! WiniIT7.ti in :
C3AD leitert to tbe'editon must be pott-pud or tliey
will notbctttewledto,. .
Ktand tlie enauing aeaaon at mv atable, in Saliabury, at the the h- lCt fommcdation of his social, moral, and re-
moderate price oi iweivc uon" l,.,ou, deportment."
lira the tingle leap, and twenty dollart for inaurancc i h fowinir brancjif s of e.l.ication aretaupl.t: Kng
which will o aemanacu h w - ,. . ,. iVnt hl sneUinir. Antlimeuc. siauicnwi
. 1 r . r 4 .
Fifty cents to the gTooro,in every instance
f ' f MICHAEL 1
will 1 demanded as toon at the mare it ditcor. BllH.ctijinff Writhijr, Spellii'ir, Arithmetic, MaUiemat-
, be with foal, or the property transferred. Tbo . Cco-,f;yf ai)i f the f ilobct, Natural and Moral
will commence the first day of Warcb, ana eno ph;josop,,j. nhctoric, Ixjgic, Composition and Dcclama-
it of August. Hon.
Columbia't tont spurn not the rugged toil ;
. Your nation'l glory it icuhurd soil.
OA TtLLIXO THE OnOVXp.
44 With timely care 111 tow my little field,
And plant my orchard with its manter't band j
Nor blush to spread the hay. the hook to wield,
Or range my thearct along the tunny land."
The labors of the field rank firvt in point of
utility . To these all classes of human beings,
from the kinjr on the throne to the peasant In
the cottage, are indebted for the necessaries of
life. They also by the surest foundation for
national independence and wealth. Nor is agtl
cultural labor, properly considered, lctshonora
ble than it is necessary ind useful. Adam in
Moral I innocence was a gardener, and his fair Lve as
In I M.nIl'ilclin.an' nnl Adam's C.ra?rmar, Corde-
nr. Iliatorix facrar, jn hoiht,. v r.
7 ff ' 'I Ovid Expdrrata, Virgil, Ci'cero't Select '0'fation Sal
1 lust's wars with Catalinc and Juyirba, Horace through
February 9. 182138150
IJtSCulr I iurf iipuiwii "v " i 1 iusi s win iui n -,,
.. .. .' . . l .1 .1 mK ffiicrn nf I . . . .... 1 - ' n ..1..
yean oM tuit spnng, amem niiu in -b-i 0Kixf jtirs.ininMiuciiun, i ruwn .
. 4 n-n. .vmmrtr,. nd nosscssct u much power I , v.lnv'a or Wettenhall's Grammar, Creek
...1 .-.'.-: .. ..vKntv on the continent : and at a race- r-m-.nf t-'vanm-liid. ml Acts of tlit- AroHtles, l.rxca
horse rtandt unrivaled. Minora, Crica M-jora, Xcnophon, Homer, Ncilson s
' .t- - .f V.nlaAfl Wii I?..-.'.... P ktli i.1 1'
PEDIGKEC ay scraper, mc aux ui wiw "riJ"v,"l"m' ,
rot by CoL Holmct'a famous imported horse Dare DeviLrin the Female Department, Dr. Freeman will be as
Sio waabrcdbyUieDUkeof (Wun, aid gU by Mag-ftistcd by Miss Hater, ,n the Lterary and cb.c
vno was onu vj f 7t....w v.?- Jtnf.n 1. i 11 i;ir ... u rontinue to conduct
wnriaterto lkfipf. Sky-Scrape dam was the celc- U. onomental. Of the talents and qua .fict . .on. of
own Kv olMeiiritvt IiliMii lilies, to morove the mm.la, awl polish the man-
SSES CeUx, hit grandam by the imported hoc nert of their pupil-, the Trustees, from ample experience,
OblSritv Celar and Partner, were all fine bred horses, Under tuch auspices, the Trusses feci assured Ithis
Obscurity, V" "S. "1 :- .-u,.! kW .ml inrf;t,,t5nn mnst flourish. To render it a nurse rv of all
Ievndeo irom uic oen uww "t,
p.jt K .lam nf NaiMileon. was rot by the
horse' Baronet ; her dam, called Camilla, was got
did he truly estimate hit own lot In life, would see
a hundred reason! f gntitud to one of comlainN;
a prtcucaj larmer, wnose urenacKxi depena
upon h!s calling should mike It the pinnacle of
his worldly "ambition to excel In It. If he be;
lects his farm for almost any thing elic, ho Is
generally a loer,boUi In Intereit and credit. ' '
Solomon, the wisest bbsenrer of men and things,
. . 11 . 1 1 j! . . . l . tt. 4 L. 1. j r
icus us 01 1111 ui3Uii Kt fiXf aigiii viiib iuua oi, ..
a slovenly farmer. . " I went by the field of the
slothful and lo, it was all jjrown'over wltli
thorns, and nettles had coTcred the face thereof.
and the stone wall was broken down." Owner,
where art thou? Perhaps dozing away thy time
in slumber and sloth : perhaps spending it at the
tavern : or perhaps dreaming of promotion, or
engaged in the business of some petty office.
Better mind thy own business ; else " shall thy
poverty come as one that travelletb and thy want
as an armed man. A farmer, on the other
hand, who keeps his lands and his stock in excel
lent order, need not be ashamed even were So
lomon himseir passing by. Every passing tra
veller no sooner cuts his eyes over such a farm,
than he honors the proprietor In his hoartcrne
proprietor, moreover, is sure to receive for his
pains something more solid than mere honor
listed him in that occupation. Vt lcak, the
hlark&mith. had divine honors raid to lus memo
xjj!l!tKJfSi husbandry ;an also J
UACCIIUS lor nis afciii in raiaiHgnic wut, uuu va- mdebtea 10 mm oniyi wnote it iuo cunuj au
pressing its juice ; 8c Ckebs, a noUble house wife c fuinC81 thereof.
o( old, for her skill in making bread. Cikcinva- jt i, not the abundance of land, but tho
tus was taken from the plough to be general of thorough and skilful cultivation of it, that fills
the Roman armies, and dictator over the com- tj,e barn with hay, the cribs with corn, and tho
mnnwealih : and as soon as his country could nninn houe with nlentv. For one to crave a
dispense with his services, he contentedly rc- iargCr farrn than he can cultivate to profit, is
turned to lus plough again. Dioclesiak, vol- therefore an expensive folly ; for whatever a neg-
unurily resigned the government of the Roman iectcd field is worth, the interest of the capital,
. . r ii .1 r nr.;if tnr . . i i.. . ..:n . i.n.ii. tVi
empire, to lonow iiic uL(.upuuin p.ivm.. iiiogcincr wiui ycany iaxc, tvii" v
I and declared Irom experience, mat in poim ui fidd up.
imported the polite and useful branches of education, as well as of , haDniness he trained much by the exchange. if a
I... r- I ... .n.l ...llrna nriiirinli-a aiul IcrlmPH. Will : " ... .1
farmer neglects his farm, his farm will
I . i! 11. I Km, lahnv.
nuww.-.-.;. " n !, "i n,l'i u .1.,,;, nn-oRi'iitm aim: and tliev feel confidence miOlDEON marenca uoiu m iuiiuK nceicci mm. J lie nusottimiuaii iuu u...
Traveller waTrot by Old TravcUeri her grandam by ying, that no similar institutionin- the State can "ow I ilver Ujael, Jis. Bnral in chief. Etiatta was I ciae hc partakelh not of tttxfriU- He must be
. r fi it'infa rimmii IniDortcd mare I claim snoerior advantafrea, - . .... 1 . i. M..t.i il.r.J Mmmln ...ni'mmnf (WtMriMtlinni iM4i4rMHl.
j-eamoupw, w vi w . - ' wixcn by I .in tUim .Urtment ttur MudW book. u. f(iMP5 w . ' -
. KiU-ter. ThPL,h rr Grammar. Pike's ' - ftt a nronhet of .hit Lord. Our creat an
i w . . a . i r i. 1 mm u
'WA little end of the horn. He must not feel
miooea, nc : i .. L . . . ....... ... . t.t e i tt i
ric, ConvenaUons on isaturui riuipsopiiy, morai i nnuy Were practical larmcra , mc ucr, u i nrtc utm aoove nis ousincss, eitc ne win nnu mmtcii oc-
. - f . . M m a at
-,t. ivrv i An tvcertifv. that Napoleon
h aB Twhieh ne has Veat with great
has run lour race ii m . nranc sir
ee ; the last over the
State of SoVv-Catowa. ,
IX EQUITY. -' 'v V ,
Ftbrvam Term, lH-'l. )
some JUUIL1UU3 ptiwii, mn.. . - - -
their wants, and regulate tlieir purchases of necessary
articles out ot tiicsiorc. i m- hi'jj'm mm l .
sition must be apparent to every person of reflection
and experience. The trustees have no other interest in
tUC BUCCC8A OI inCMi inUlUUsJli5, iu.su u nil matt
4 -V, j ,
Robert Cunmnghani , AUm r . ' risimr deration opportunities of education. To ac
mm PJhiICU Hill, eomplisTTtlns ohjectT they have devoted much of their
T1 creditor time and attention, and have gone to very conM.lerJ.le
aL am On? Oilier UUnra, mjut& . , , . . .t..4.., .iw rntnmnliniN rHiflCi-S.
Daniel S. Bailey, mav come in and
j n -
rnantb. and receive their proper proportion oi . .
maniu, aim iv i i r d iieharffcd from
expense in erecting two large and commodious edifices,
in procuring maps, an omcr hiuibk.ui-.
the schools- Besides these disbursements the current
expenses of the institution, for salaries to the teachers,
and other purposes, amount to about S 3,000 per year.
nsahle that narents and truardians
!'iSKrofSffs 1W Fete, h7be7in paying th tuition barges , and
late, reside out ot Uus staie, . i i . trouble of aftcr coiIectlon,
f?miUi,rcter smitn. jun ."Ilui i ;: ::j, n,,;l ih.f the tulttoh moncv. in all
I IV 13 - - - i .
I .i t I U .1. j?n-.Kof rf orfmiccmn IS
cases, snail oe paHi -wi'cu.uic uiuuuh. .
taken out.--By order oitneBoaro.
ffl 1, 181. 1 . 1.. VJT A, OCt
rrmoardinir may be had in respectable families for
75. to SO dollars the year.
mmiui, rcier omiui, juu.-. vv.v "r ' t-.-lev,
Pearson & Murphey, James SmithjSatterwhite
Travis, Jacob Boe, Thomas Allison, John J-jW
h. Cowan, Peter W. Smith, Motet A;; lcke, Alircd I).
Kerr, Clary 8, Doherty, - AwIobJ0j
James Clay, Dr. 8. L. Ferrand, Thomas ScOtt, Kobert
Woods, Cridcr, UlUiam Dixon, BobertMoOWi ItitUicrc
forc onlcrcd, that the persons above !iamed4o appear to
the said bill on or before the first day of June next, or in
, . , ' - lz :i:rT.:.::-.viWiiirklerehilants.---And it
is .further ordered, that SarahBailev, f'
lhU statcrdo appear to tne sani oui oeiore uw wmuw
JUtLN JAttlli., iwrn. .i. vumi.""
March 3, 1821. Uel 41 ..
THE subscriber takes this method of informing his
friencUvand the public in general, that he hat estab-
. j.i .u I. ....or. Aiimntr"nrramira"bYXU.e
lisnea nraiseii in uic mmm, ."...y - r-, - -
Itev. Peter Fton, in the Town of Huntsville, Surry
- t xt-k c ,r.n . lint benn at considerable
expense in making his rooms commodious and comiorta
!)1e, for tlie rcctption of Trav ellers, and all who may la-
Vt$f him -tdth their
.. '.(K i ifiiuira of the best oualit'. and his Sfabler with
every thing requi&ite for Horses i and hopes, by particu
io oUf..,mn to.mrrit a share of nublic patronage.
. 1U4I r 4AJWW.-
N. l!. The subscriber continues to carry on the Cad
. . ct Hh. sines, and will execute all orders
und despatch, for cash, credit, or country
NOTICE- it- hereby, givenpuiatrthe FreKientana
'-ntrnrinra of the Catawba Navleratioiv v; Company
ha'trrcquirecfrthe-parment-tjf -the-thml -instalment, oi
Tan r.llurs nnnn each and everv share subscribed, to
be made to the Treasurer of the Company, or to such
agent as he shall appoint 10 receive me name, mc
k.mi nf aiiKorn'hpTH). fBlnp to make such navment, will
k anl.1 ut Aiirt'ion. in the town of Lincolnton.onthe 18tn
day of June next ; and if the stock should not sell for
the amount due, with interest from the time it was call
of Rale, the stockholders will be
immediately proceeiea against ior uic uauunc, huaiiu-
mg 10 me lerins ui 111c tnauti.
By order of the Boanl,
,., , ISAAC T. AVERY, President.
z May 8, 182L- 6w48
the first of men in his best estate followed, of neither shine in his calling nor reap the profits
1 r . 1 1.1... 1 ...... . . ii I i4 I l.!.l . I . ,
choice, ana uy some 01 mc nouicsi auu jjicaioi irom 11, wnicn ne miguiauu wmcuoincra atiuai
of his posleiity. It is an employment, highly y ti0.
favorable to health, to self enjoyment, and to l'armers, venerate the hoe, the scythe, and
morals : it affords the greatest variety of scenes the sickle. If you exchange the implement of
and occasions for religious contemp'aiion, and husbandry for other means of livelihood, you
for ruisimr the eve of trratitude to him who venture where lire re ale several blanks to a
" pivcth rain fiom Heaven, and fruitful seasons." prize! "Look over your lands, and see what
Divers of the parables and other divine les- parts may be cultivated to more advantage how
sons of our blessed Saviour, were taken from you can raise more grain and flax, keep more
rural scenes, and the employment of husbandry, cows and sheep ; fat more cattle sell more beef
A trarr'en he ,chose as his olace of resort, on and norkf and other articles of produceVStudr
- - D I - - .-
divers occasions and particularly at the com I agriculture ; "carry it to the greatest perfection."
rr 1 I ' . t ' l 1
mencmg agonies ol nis jiatsion. ine varying it 1$ tne oasis 01 our wcaun, 01 raanuiaciurcs
Beasont, the growth . of vegetables,, sowing and and commerce.' . Connecticut Courant. ,
reaping, and other labors of the field, he im-1 ... .. 1 7- "
7 . . ... , jMifinfrnn and the jrih.m-n nassint? tnruutrn tne
proved lor lessons ot morality ana religion. - " ? .... . f
" ' . I wtnnoi.tniie nnt llhlim rf tP.TV of tnlS DaTt Ol
- The pursuits of acriculture, with dilitrcnce ., j . XT; r.ir'-.iLwi
Fa.-M tiPRTiA. ijii.,,., . . . -iff. ji-
W liont flie.l8'Uof
Anrll a KEGlMi fellow, w ho savt he belonsrs td Jacob
rry on the Cc 1 H ,es of Lincoi, Coty, N. Ci" Said negro is of a dark
rs with neatness Compiev,on, about,5 feet 6 of T inches, high, about 30 or
f produce. 35 f affe jnd -avs his name is TOM. The owner
iyI. nav charires. and take
4 A Tlwimway XegYO
TTT AS taken up and committed to the jail of Lincoln
f V c&unty, 011 the 9th of April last. He says his name
! .i EDMONU. He is about 25 or 30 years of age, about
.3 feet 1Q inches high.iark complected, has a scar on his
left fyot, savAbe is a carpenter by' trade, and says he be
" long to Kobert 1)7 Wade, in Person COUiityr,Ar Pef
, requested to come 'forward, pay charges, and take
K . .... - ..'11 ..'4l.. .t
nwav luit nronertv. omerwise uie law win oe irn.uy
... 1 t lf r tr fi,:a" "
tended to. r. ajriv, wrr..
.tyri 29, 1821. 4w49
K- AN away from the subscriber, liung in Lincoln
county, aeyen miles abore LincolntOn, on the South
th,. M insfant: a Kesro maft named TOM.
J l IXay V a- WT " O ' 1 4.
b.i .nf ..nmr.itfirinn itim invert i' t m f I rs."
;rrsoB -aeeurini?!" Jinwy- jai ,or .priiiui rw-y.
l . . T.nny flv""b v a-. p ? I CUTnttra.il
andTrdencerehdomJUpf yielding, if not shar& in CXcitinp: your wonder ; especially K you:
wealth, a moderate independence. For the Far arePTsciplcr-)
. ; j .1 k5. nKlim nr hentitiful that fa not founded on it(U3v
mer WOO IS not in ocoi, anu 111c pruuuuc ma . r V 1. . 4 ,i
" . V..Ia vnii,n9fi with stnnia.hmnt at lh
farnvis sufficient with industry and frugality, to .
support his family, is really as independent tn one u another, in every mode of shapeless
his circumstances as though he were worth a desolation; and feel that aensaUon of awe, which
- .... I ? 4. ! a 1- lT"..aV A S? a.a aa 4k AM aMt, 41 TfA 1 1 4 . Kl
;TbicamnC, the jet dtnendent of n and i,?.
r;..... . . . - , . wneiming iuca ui uic uuwci ui ..w U46ui.j, sna
the least exposed to fatal accidents, affords on of -re7lt lllmpoibIe iwtoJiejB!ledwith
the whole, the greatest sum of contentments- admiration' of the man who had the boldness to
farmer, remarks in a Jetter writteivm tne year mfmmm WJ'-"' .
1 , , ... . .. Itkia. an in mativ nther instances he has far out-
1600, ylym SWirmef ach1eWm Tlannib it is
man bred to the habits of farming hfef who pos- tniev passC( tne Alps at the head of his army ;
sesses a farm of good soil on but Napoleon not only did this, but. as a lasting:
bles him to pav all demands, is not happy, he record of his contempt of all impedimertts, phy-
oughtio look somewhere else than u his situa- a,"ft&T
., .. m the execution of his purpose, he has left this
uon, for t he cause of his uneasiness. This Mr u rQyal r" by which every puny whipster may '
Burns, a man of superior cast of understanding, j0 the sajne, without the precaution of ereh drag :
was a small farmer on leate land : and if such a ging the Wheel of his carriage. - V
situation could afford contentment and happiness ' TMs rk does, I think, eclipse aH the 64
r 4t r . -"-I. ,Arim?c-fir account which' . Grtaa mendaxWf.K9fM.metula, . ,
mS1 c ior' havehanded dowB to us, Xerjtes ad.veji,, -
a . moderate larm . in our country lure with Mount AthoS was nothing to it.' wa-
li!ii'veltf to the I kwuio-h solid rocks that would