Samuil Jomiii Eq.,wu elected Sheriff .of
; ' this county on Thursday Uit, for the ensuing
We understand It It in contemplation to con-
aecrate the New Church inr this: town to divine
ternce on the last tabbatb in June. 1
WESTERN. COLLEGE. 'J.V ,.
The followinr resolutions, passed at the late meeting
of the Trustees of the Western College at Lincolnton,
hare been communicated to us for publication j and wc
are happy in informing the public, that we are'authori
zed to say they were p anted under the most sanguine be
lief (from the few subscription papers there offered for
inipection) that a win sufficient will be obtained to put
the Institution in operation. Thia 1 highly creditable to
the nubile spirit and liberality of the Wert, and must be
rratifyinr to every one who feela any interest in the ad
vancement of literature and science, the progression of
- moral improrement, ot jn the influence and respecta&u.
ity of tlie State. .4
Pursuant to agreement the Trustees of the
"Western College met at Lincolnton on the 7th
of May, when the following resolutions were
passed: r-"" .T . ' "
Rciohcdy That three Trustees be appointed a
committee of examination, to view and examine
the different scites that have been, or may be
offered, for the .Western ..College, viz : one from
Burke, one from Lincoln, and one from Meek
lenburg ; and that Col. Thotpas G. Polk, Col.
Isaac T. Averv.Vand Mai. Lawson Henderson,
compose said committee.
- Rcaotvcd, By a majority of the Trustees pres
ent, that a meeting tike place in Lincolnton on
Wednesday, the 29th of August next, for the
purpose of fixing on a scite for the Western
College ; and that the Secretary be requested to
. have publication made thereof in the State Ga
tetter, as required by the charter.
boundlcs'i proton; tn J all that U required of j insure for It the support tnd countenance of e?.
us in return, is simply to use them. cry Intelligent urmer in the county.
The establishment-of every colleite, of every
academy, and of every common school, is so far . k trot tie National Intelligencer, Msy 8,
accelerating our glorious destiny. Willanyone, , The Ummlsstoners of ?the Navy left town
then, an; onowho feela for the honor and ttotF ye.tedaymorn.ng, on a visit to the eastern navy
r , yarcs. iney win proceca wunout aeiay, wc
of his county, ior the welfare of bis posterity, hlT0 understood, at once, to Portsmouth, New
hesitate to contribute, according to his means, Hampshire, the most distant point of their jour
forthesupportof these importantestablishmehu?. ney,and inspect the yards at boston, New. York,
establ shmenti which iro td make the light or ' n "'t ?"';J:,Trn:
.u l. r I of this visit, we understand, Is to perfect certain
knowledge as diffuse as the Leht of heatenfl .t:
, ( trrapgcrocnva iium wunviiiy in mv
.WiH any pne, who honors and Kipects his jia- tur'0 pft the public money confidedto them or
tire state, any one, to whom ihTname of Can the public aervice $ and, generally, to promote
linalsdear, be reckless of her tiWreitii and in- publjc interest In inch matter-M personal
. . i A..M..iiAn at lk HiliAMn nivv trapHa vnaw alia..
Wist, refuse support to an insUtution which the h hl en th ihteritlon of the Commissioners
friends of science and of man are ehdeavorlnfM for two or three v ears Past, we have understood
ioiuiid'ii to make thisjrlitt i but the pressure of Ue'busl.
arably connected the best'interests of hi. chiU !" ?.2 tLVlt
dfen? An institution which is calculated to give h ,behrepc;,ed requeits of lhc ton;lCer.
to the West that influence In the state, to which commanding those establishments. We have
its population ami fine climate entitle it ? We now, on the jtocks, a ship' of the line at, Ports-
hope not. Let every one, then, act as though the mouth, one at lwston, a ingate ai wew. i or, ana
r tv..f.m rum AnAA .n. another at Philadelphia, nearly all of which are
success of the Western College depended en tn of Uunchftin?. ,f they tr, l0 rem,in
tirely on his exertions ; as though the wellare of on the gtock,,to preserve them Is of the great
millions hunor trembline on a simole volition of tt Imriortanee. and the best means of doinir this
his let this be the case, and success is certain ; must be decided on. It becomes necessarVjjil.
th, triumph of the Wm b rt.in. ?"
orarlnai increase of the navr. 1 bese duties can
GEOncr. BOWEH t. Jamfs ll'Culcrj Orlnsl af
Urfioocnt, rttumrd to l!iy Kion, 1821. It i
onlercd by tbe ccxtrf, tint pullif ation be mule in the
AVritf rn C!rt)linln fop ihrr mnntht. f hit the (lrfrndant. '
James M'Guier, ap(rar at the next Court of Pleas and
Quarter 8estons to be hell for the county of Ashe, on
the second Monday after U fuurth Montby in July next,
and plead, answer, or demur, GlKrUe Judgment by de
fault final will be entered up sgtintt him. ,
. . A MFS) i i m mm A at t
T. tONARtJsjtoWN trm James MCuerf Originate
A aitarhnMnL returned to Ifav sesnion. 1871. It is
ordered by the. court, that publication be made in the
Writer n Carolinian for three months, tliat the defendant.
James afCuierinpear at the nest Court of Pleas md.j
uuaner Bcssions u on nctu lor ui rwmj ui apuc, wn
V1IW MUIMI Mill M.V MS ... v
and plead, answer, or demur, otherwise judgnent by
TfAnvnnn cmi r-n it ... Tma rriiitp. Annnf
IV attachment, returned') May session, 1821. It
ordcird by tbe .nntrU that publication be made in the
WMtm r.irftlin'ian for three months, thai tbe defendant.
James M'Guier, appear at the next Court of Pleas and
Quarter Hcssions to ip heki tor tne county ot Asne, on
tlie second Monday after the fourth Monday In July next.
nl r1.i4 imwrr. ap Hemnp. ntherwiM iuitirment bv
f ,' f " ' t - I -- p
default final will be entered up aninst him.,
i l(hft57 . TIIOS. CALLOWAY; Cirri.
k rtrfnrmd well bv neraonal examination :
"B - w - M I - - w I ns K'r W w - I
I . ... I .. . . -
t a ci. I I.- t J J..t.ll. .... ..J MM.t tUm trnntrrmrnlt flevnlert II noil I rkfTnT nr Pyiintr. Marrh Term. Auvntroptl
h0p, of O. friend, of Ireedom .broughou, .he Jtf Xt?hTd2
wnrin sa n n nnv laww rs a v r iik nrr ru is aaiiss uji d .1 ar ..uAMmainff a iniAPtii nnruir 1 a a m
t.v..u, w ..w- .v..v. 1 irom me acai 01 gviTciiim;", "'""" I shall appear at tne nexx . nuperior i,oun 01 taw ana
Km n tk taK nf hop (iil.mMtfM. She mnii. i afTtrAtA nf makincr this necessarv lour, ruitv to h hrLl far the countv of Wilkes, st the court
. . . . . . . .i.lir tka fh!p tvtnrM will not e. I hcMitt in Wilkesborouirh. on the second Monday In Sep-
had the sympathy 01 all cnrisienaom ; out "VJE'"
haanroved herself totally unworthr of it. She V "ghteen days, wh ich will allow tnem to Parte.-arcU9. 1821.
: V . .t f spend two days at eacn navy yero,
mijjht have been the ralTyinB-point for the friends I r . .. . . .
at a a S ? Li I
of freedom in lUly ana Germany; sne m,Bnt rf .$ .ppoIn
have caught a patriotic enthusiasm from the . . f h e Comrn-mi0ners for the de-
monuments of her former glory, from the re- cision 0f Claims, under tbe treaty with Spain.
collections of ancient times, and erected the We arc also informed that Hugh White has ac-
l ... . . '
6-tJJ - r ;-r : z J ti V W," Jan. C. .U.
fpiIE subscriber, who is contrac
jV-JafiOslfe h.tppn IlpiA arvl Rariib-irr. hv
bvwvwuuiia vi iunv.111 uu.v, v v o . . 2aMscs-J5-J wsy 01 lunuoipii, inainani, .c. re-
standard of liberty on the tombs of her heroes, cepted his appointment as Commissioner. informs p,lU he has fitted, up an
, . . ' . , t : rA.nn f The Board therefore, now consists or Hugh entire NEW sTAGEj which, added to other improre-
and restored to the land of science and song, ot W::,m v:n- .d Littleton W. Taze- ments that have been. made, will enable him to carry
.r.,1 .ilv.tur. mm nnrtlnn nf itt far. . . j . .k'.. -W.r tk I p AQQPN'cr ni tvWl murh comfort and exoedition aa
uaiuimc anu ov.uji". wihv i well, ann IS CXDCCICQ IO IllCCi in .vt ' 1 - . -
.w. .ti.. K... J, Pt,wJWe":.u ,a h. Rnardia not they can be carried by any l.ne of W m thu part of
mer j;rcuici, n ipexi munin. 'v., . the country. The carrity of mor
left her lofty name.
yet appointed. ib.
the country, the arafaty of money, the reduction ir
the price of produce, lie. demand a correspondent fe-
uucuon in every neparuueni 01 mc uicriuic, uw
. - AVhoever will compare the situation of man a
JXht pre'aett. dayT wifjrbls corieStlbn ?ge pait.
or even limldog the view to halt a century, win
pmefre 'that tery beneficial change in his
moral and social Condition has taken place. Man
may not be radically better ; but for all the en
joyments and purpose! or life,' the change is as
eciVnf as if it were actually a change of human
nature. This change in the relative condition of
mankind, this amelioration bf morals, and, con
sequently, of society, is not altogether (though
mostly) confined to the civiliredbr the chris
tianized world : a slow but progressive change
maybe pcrceited operating in every quarter ol
the globe, and among almost every degree and
colorof the hUniari Hce. This has not been,
nor will It be, accomplished by physical means ;
h U thf result of extended and combined opera
tions of moral force, directed, in many instances,
by as noble a principle as can actuate the human
eptible-, or 'ft'tappier alteration Jaken place, than
in this. But a few years ago, comparatively
aneakinir, this country was'one vast trackless
wilderness ; the light of revelation had never
i.at its snlcndors over the moral darkness which
imrrvious forests Maifi'Tt" is true, ex-
W V ftta' "l 9
!stF6Tie7TeT but hirform-alone distinguished him
from the Jiigher order of brutes. What a de
lightful contrast Is now; exhibited 1 Hoiv bright
and cheering i5 the future prospect ! We look
forward, throueh the long vista of ages,and te
hold the progressive glory and grandeur of our
happy country. We sec a .ciigwrcuuig ......
heroes nd statesmen, of divines, of poets, and
. oratnr.nd historians-raw f .the-sons of sci-
.... M nnmpmiK. virtuous, and intelli-
of this moral and intellectual grandeur, ve nnu
them in the seats of knowledge and science ; in
the hallowed haunts of Education.
Education is the perennial fountain from
which -will issue streams' taiertilizc and beautify
the moral face of nature ; Education, more
than any other cause, or more than all other cau
ses pot together, will exalt our country to that
rooral eminence, to that height of power and
glory i which her institutions and 'geographica
simationiseem to destine her, and tq vhich, 1
A light, a land-mark, on the cuffs of fame j . mmknm t, iinnear. bv W'h"! o reduce the rateP-asa
. v e ..,.,:,.,Am i;kp,p . I roptuativn y -rr ' I from KIulIT to SIX cents per miie. ucnuemcn irTi-
but no : she has preferred servitude to liberty , ' Mn,,!;nn r S " w. .iU. p i Ralirh to
1 .line late census mai uic mv.c imK iiwh u - . . 0 .
Infamy to honor: and let her hae them. Ui 1 la,.!u.hii,t If of whom the NorU, are Invited to try Uiesuhscnber'iWa.Mlw
ui hSLi hr 01m shame r- K phe Smof WaSS4ClUsettS IS 533,TZB7 , Ol wnow f taef it only neexls a trial to jrain a preference,
her bury nerwU in or om anameaa d n'" j rrtt..:.r. nnt nafnrul ret 6868 are -n,. ;.. s.i;A..pv v. TiiPbv. about
onljr by the rattlinf; of her fetters. A nation that , 8 or 9yocli, .nd depart, thence fur ftJeish tl un
can ru resign its lihertr, and .hh i, d that ..Lit "? - l?.Sl
can make hfe worth possessing deserves no pity r . . . . . . . im iinii jmiw i.axk:
. . - . .nrt m tnanuueturcs. 1 ",u? . .
1 11 l :. t ..ni.
or ner late , 11 woum oc a irusuiuiiuu 37...
pathy to indulge it towards her.
I v! i vshe does not attain, ; the blame mMSt: r,cst upon
,:v: lves-jndqn those; w
a. vra, jv,
"VrtAVln !Vvltftn t1jniTAl'V. mHE wrll knorn stand in Lexinrtoru N.C. known br
. 1 J? k. i.ml(Ur. nf th, Yad. 1 the name of the SWAX TAVERN with one and
We have something more than "thousand the town a half Town Lots with good Stables, a Kitchen, and all
tongued rumor" to support what we stated in a Uf Uwrencevllle, on o June next. W fJ be had
former number relative to the application made lf.182, " ' ;i 51 ' ' the purchaser.
. . 1 - r.u:. ,nnn ni. ' Also. 1JU acres ot eooa ljunii, joining xown. iqa
DV mc laic viovcniur 01 mis oiaic .ui a.. , 1 , f 1
mnt 5n whil-hP was in the actual occu- riStalC Ol .HlCtm liVCKCT.
nkntatinn i in a hiirh atate of cultivation. I will make
I - - e
. 1 . Vn, lnm annlv
I IIIIC IHTIIICIIU CT lllll ""' -YV J
oaner of the gubernatorial chair ; we have some- N u ' to the ,ub9cnber ,n LcxulKtOD-
thing tangible ; we have " connrmation Strong tj)e egt4te of Jacob Tacker, deceased. All persons in
... 1 1 1.. . ,i nn i.ihttii tn auni t'siiiie are rcnucsicu m nuic mymcm
as' OiaCK ana wnuc can m. hj-us wi u ICd those wl,o liave claims, to exhibit them within th.
feel ourselves called upon to produce it, to rebut e limited by law, otherwise this notice will lie pled
the pitiful slander and gratuitous assertions of in bar of recovery. 7Fnm 0v hunt mV
the liahjax Lomitler. jtay 35, 1821. 153-
. ... e' n 1
We again repeat, that we possess no unincnuiy rxxTn nni v in Ti I? 7 A nil
, .. , ... n r kit.U-J JiJU WUliUAH Hii Miiiw
.1 7iK 1821. 1049
SIX CENTS RE WAIU),
FOH delivering to me my apprentice, Fnyn'i F.
Tucker, who left me on the 1st day of May, 182J.
Those who harbor lum, or employ him, anaii oe uaoie 10
nwwecution. KLUN rf.uiait.i4.
ItnlrU Conny, V. C. May 14, 11. Qf
feelings towards Gov. Branch. We mbUabed bc given t0 persun who y0aTg XteVfatA;
ine iaci. not oecausc uc ws an , wv-. ufin tfinm romr. w vicwiiigwrii- wmiMwt----r., i.-... . !t i
, . . . . ... ...ft " iSANmvirommeiUDKiWcr.HiiBwc,'ii
w h. s . man tteens he war the -IS ' X riX K - N., Nrpv Boy jr nam.
-xt tr. f. J I -v . . . - Inf mufiN. (lark rnmnloKion. itoiit maae. ana nve iccl
Lovernorot iNorca.ro..n., T- hS JlVnheTftme a " or iUnch hU. He speaks low when spoke
upon him by thekteke, and vhlch We thought inches hujh, 'm to. Itia.polhat wfllniikt towards the county.
.-iSMUVn dignified than the P'r of b,ue wnnnC,!Si!!, of Prince wTam. Vimnia, as be was purchased in that
l niHI 9l.lt vuaur.1 w ...w. ml nnt Kn CfML ana B WUUI UK.. iun:niiii .... . i I tr l . J .
' - - ... .. ... i cniintii i will mv tn unvrirewini it iiic nan. i.ciciv
office, of Governor of. Florida, conferred by the persons from employing or h
jo.Mrtf UKpprfollrv nr somethmi? worse, ' 25 dollars if secured in any jaiL and information given.
m. a m'ufc'M -.-fw- - - j ta 'i vmmim iiiu va 1 . Utia . I . . . - - tr 4ir nrt o
ia n-aKii.'itinn in iiianntiftinimmr rrs. i ' i i: q.. .
wmuiwmc ur- iv - n. All JIlarcA 24, 1821.
pecting-aCoTfenion we -were' not ditaflpointed y
tingJa -Convention we were not diafipointedi- " .H , ,7 r 7 H The ElIt5rTof llie Ttlcbmond Enquirer are reqaested
. . T - ; , . I a rw Jlaitels of Train Oil for sale low for cash.. Apply i . , . ... Pka. and end
we knew the Last too we. to aouoc tne courae T-
they would take, ve oia not men, nor ao wc May l, vsii. w -
now. exDect anv thine from their juttice: if they orti ntw r.i. XTAnTII l ATlHl TV A
veT trrant a Convention, it will be from a widely ,.'iwA
di'fferent principle. tj OBETtf K. WlLSON w. William Beaty : Original fpHE subscriber takes this method to inform jhepub-
U OH tit I iv. lt.nu vi. "imam cvj . . - - ivbov
.. . j i.-,i i i.l Ko iik. I I IIv that ahp intpnd carrvinir onthe MILLI1NEKY
. attaenmene levieu un tan... . . w.w. w i -1 - f - n .
iTTL- ; th,. WMtPm narollnian for three BUSINESS, in all its various brandies vu : Making
months that i
.,nlo th.endant aoneat at our Court Udies' Dresses, Head Dresses, Bonnets, &c. !cc. Haviag'
A number bf respectable mers olPwOwan
. i .... . i
ii .i r i. -. ih.Vi uaiu iiahuini an narrm nprsr ii wilii u.c iivuv va ubih kw.v
in th.s to-n on Thursday the 2h instant, ty
purpose ef fornyng an AgrKulturalSo, ; mint and wiUJbe entered acaiaaUda, the.Dropert)t the, adjtt tounw fmsSS'X.
, when, eomiueVWa. .pIKSn.a.o toft
for the same. When, the consti- , ; i ; terms, by applying to tl-t wnscriuer avair. n m ipi
i, to be .ubmiued and the aociet, or.ani- SUU Ot OtVU;V3OTonnav, . .-rTi
zed, we have not understood ; due notice, how
ever, of the time will, doubtless be given
T1TAUGH & F1NLY i . James, M'Guier t Original
jay. .. , . . . t M.k. :r. IHir. . It a
, " ' c ; : - . 1 v f attacnmciit, reiurneu w jar ocaaiw, .-
It is needless to point out ine ODjecis ox mis ordered by the court, that pubhcation ,pe maae in inc
society, or the advantages which will flow from Western Carolinian for three Mhatjhedefe
sociciy, b - . .. . James M'Guier, appear at the next Court of Pleas and
it, as they must be -apparent to every one : it is 4uslrtP sC9Si0ns to he held for the county of Ashe, on
. ' . . .... -it. a. I ! I..ti ivt:
unnecessary to enforce the nee etiity Of an mSU: the scconti Monaay atter mc louna
. , . , ' . . ' , . ' m and plead, answ er, or demur, otlierwise judgment oy
tntion of this kind, as we nave only to cast our ,iAe.t, cnui .;n i.4..;-v.,t'B5nt:i.im.
nniah th ; eountrv around us to find ariru- 10wt59' , TI I US. J AJWi WAV, flerf;..
Orders from the country will be carefully and punc
tually attended to. EIxEN; DUFFY.
WAS taken up and committed to the jail ot J-mcoirt
county, on the 9th of AprU last He says bis name
is EDMONDi He i. about 25 or 30 years of age, about
S leet 10 inches higJi,dara: cbmpteeted,has a acar on hi
left foot; says he is a carpenter by tradeand savs he be
lontrs to I&bert IhWades- itt Prrofonty, Any per.
son claiming said neirro. is requested to come and .prove
s given us the means, in