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I 11 i A 'fit 4 III I II . f 1 fv Iff A Y
raixTro t'cwr.isiiti), curir ti iiiat,
lUPiNCfiAM J. wnrn-v
The subscription to the W emits Cviiomni.,
it 77.r''c IhUtiri per annum, payable- h;i!f i :u I;
CJ No paper will be discontinued until u'l
arrearage are paul, unless i.t the ditwrelion of
Hie Kditors; and any subscriber Oiling to c,ivi
notice of hi w'eh to discontinue :.t tin- end of a
year, will be considered as wishing to continue
Uic paper, which will be sent accordingly.
Whoever Mill heroine rcspons'.bl'. for the
pavmc'it of nine papers, shall receive a tenth
AiiVKBTlnr.HrT v ill lie intoned on the Hit,
t'lmurv terms. ,',lers.m sending in Adver
tisements, must .specify 'he numbi rof linns they
wish them inserted, or they will be continued till
ordered out, ami charged accordingly.
No advertisement in rUil until it has been
paid for, or itfl payment as-suned bv some person
in this town, or its vicinity.
Cj All letter!! to the editors must be jm f.eiJ
or they will not he attended to.
in SAUKiivitv, N:;nM;;n;.!', r,v
Jam? a lnc.
flTillH elegant i-stald'-liiiei)1, s'ttmted at the
1 north corner ef iie Co;;rMIoiisc, is now
fitted op in anew atid s-irurier stv le, for the
reception of Crnnp my. The !:r.M:sst pains !i:,'. e
been taken t i prorur." It this rs.'aM'.slrner.t,
furniture of ei iy d .rtip'io'i, in Ce..;.rv f.r Ihc
comfort of Trav.-IVrs. 'I In i;,i M approved s.-r-vants
have In mi si h etui, v,!th f;rtat c:rc : the
b.ir stocked with choice lienors, and the st i'ili
attt nded by obliui;; and attentive hosihs. The
convenience of this situation for bosincs is e'i;il
to anv in the place. 'I h.- house i nutans .i num.
her of private rm)T.., vv II culeula'cd fur the in--commixlation
of Traveller aird Hoarders: a'
t.tchcd to which there is a Diy (cioj and P. ok
Store. To tli:.p v hoit.uy please to call on him,
he assures them that no pains shall he spared
to render their stav coiiifortaide anil phasing.
JAMI'.S III. Hi.
u,hrr7, is::. '2?. '
SI I'F.lilOU Court of I .aw. Fill Term, H2:,
Sanh llr.idshavi, F.li Hrdha ....Petition
lor Divorce, filed at priij,' term, IS.?. It ap
pcarie to the natisf e on of the rmirt, that tiie
di fi odaut is lint an i:il:.i'ii' uit of this s'a'r : 1).
i!,r, ,1, then fore, t'iaV pu'ilfatioti be made i t t'le
xi- t r...: .-. i o .1, !' ...
.1. .. .,.. t,.'.t Jl. ,l..(..n.1,,. .,.-,i. ,,.
IM sa III l,nMMIIM.t", a'l'i I ', ! (
m vt Sum nor Court of Law, to be held tor the
countv of Cabarrus on the 7th Momluv al'ir I
U.e 4th Mondav in March .k m, 'hen ami th, , r I
to ok a I to sal indium, olliorvn" it
will le I
heard ex parte, and ib rts-ed ce"r,!i:i;K .
J. M. Ill' I CIII-", C. ".V. C.
..rt 4 -Vrh-e adv. C, I
?5Uc uV .VuvUY-V'nvtAiU'A,
fniCUT of li.'iitv, s. pt, iniu r Tirm, 1 !-
,' F.phr.iint t.,iei le' 1 . Joiil M lit. n, ie' l
otbirs; nriij"'H:.l Itdl. It appocti-.tij to tie' ,t.
Hlaetion of the Com t, that John M id in, f nc ' f
'he di fel'dalits t not jt ic.ln'iit af.t of this ' ie,
it i theri fore tnl,r,il, that piiidic .iion be liiade
.n the rsti ril ( aisdiiiiaii for U t ( e mont'ls s I,'
ccss.v elv, that the d.-f.-tii! ut, John Martin,
pr ir ti our ' ' " 'J" "o i.t m.es lie--. Meso I ;-. r, Franc l.'n,. S.
'Jie county of llii.ke. ..' (lie C..iirt-lott.e m s-mi. I S.nc -d. Pluliri M.iio-. I'.li .s Mu 11. T
Mor,Mnt..n,.,nthe.onhMoiv!.iycfM:.rthii ',;v le.iI, l,l.r- v.'.,r!1 p:,
Irn and iiier' to b'a 1. a-s..er, orth icr. or . u ,;, j,.,,,.su r. p lir ,,;,.. ,,,.. ..
ltd -tivilt p'si ...hi. ..,1 he it.i. ......at ,. ... t i,.,,. It i. id t ,-esi, r. M 'M aii. U rJ in
i;li, and be le ...
pr ti'; , I
V.SK !. ( I' S I Y.
:n pri:ifii r iw. raiTrrm, p:::
i ii'.a'tt "a 'li'ii'v, ii. t i.i l-iitar.!, and
SSok.s l.lwan's ir:(r,'d at'ieluu. lit U m.
ar.ls s'lniit.one.l a t. irnivhee. It n;ipear
,!! t t the s itist il.. it of th" ro.itrt, that the de.
len.l.in's arc inhaS it art's ef aim"? t r s'ate : It is
.i . . .. . I l . .;. . . .1 . ..i ..
ncn I 1 e tir'i' r. u i. mi: nin, ma- tmiiiii. oion f
be i.,a.W m t!.e Itrui Var.hman h-r thn-e.
.1. .. .!... .'. r. ..,.l..nu s..-, ,. .1,. ,,..st
v of Ash. , at the Cnerl.lloesf in J. 11'er.ou, c"i
'he third Monday in Man h n xt, tlten an I tin re
to plea I, answer or demur, otherwise jm!.; nen'
j-ro i oiiiesso will lie i ntercd.
I, Hivid F.amet, ( h rk of the Superior Court
afores.it.1, do nftfy that the f..r;;o.ii;; is a true
'OJiv of the rerords of said court.
Ft D. F.AKNF.ST, ('..
AV v...'. "1 1,::. t-llr
1 F.'ptity. Ottob. r Term. A. D. 1 Ja-1
coh KciVh r, tr, the heirs of (.''rje Keis-
tl. r, tlrc itsed Onpnal loll "f '"" ii..int.
It app. arii'stolh.- viti fiction of the cour', that
John Kel.tlcr, on- r.f the heirs i!:ime.l in tne h.ll, I
tlofs not reside within the limits of this ti'.ate ;
ll is tht refnre ordt r d, that ptiMiration be made
for thiTe months successively in the Vi stern
Carolinian, thai unless the sti.l Jehu Kt isth r
personally .ippcar at the next . nnrtof Fajiiity,
to be held fir the county of I inroln, at the
'ourt-H"usr in l.ineohitoit, on the four'.'i M.nt.
lay after the P't Mouthy of Man h in V, then
atid ther't to plead, answer or drmur, iin'pv.e".t
u o roiift s at w id he taken and plea.! e arte r
to him. A true eopv. ..ml I J
Test. j.VMES llli I, l .M.i:.
ltm sale at the oihec of tht. ' Carolliiiau," at
1 three tloll.n s tt rnty five cents per r. am.
AlsS tvvo reams broken f ndsc-ip, tjl,
nd one bundle Super Koyal, for wrapping.
JAMKS II. IIAMI'TON re-.pectfolly informs
the public, that be occupies- the old shop
Ibrr ieily owned by his father, on Main-street,
a few doors south of the Court -Mum.'', Salisbury,
when; he is now prepared, v. i'h a ;ond set of
tools, to repair all kinds of
WATCHES V CLOCKS.
lie assures all who may favor him with their
euvioin, that, their work shall be evented ill as
good a ntjle ni at acy other shop in this purl of
the ( o'ntti v. All kinds of old .le a i ll v n jeiired,
aiidsoiin,- kinds made. Jolm of even ih sription
in his line of Inisine is, will be thankluliy received,
and eccuted on a sliort li'iliee, People who
reside at a dis'anrc, by (lending, may dep n 1 on
l-viii;y lln ir wo:lc a-i f.iithfuiK a'teaded to and
returned, rs tli(i"';h they v.'er prc'-nt and
itw' ii the old e itablished aIi')Ui' pi lci s ehai';;eil.
.VH';.,r.., 1.5, " '14
m UuWnvs Ut'Nv,vt.
ON' ''! K'.venni !a" of this n.otjtii, .V'
(Um-j broke in tie r.mu'y an I . sha
ped, lie was iltaler . nlence of death.
NiWii ('iiiiv, well I noun in our onrts of
jiistiee far h';, ,jarin;; viit.mics, is about 7 i yearn
of . , t'.x ',., t , uie.varjs hi;;h, well propor
tioned a-,.! i.nnvttii", 1'jrht hair, of a pleasing
e i tntri.a-.r.'"-, and easy u'ldresi. lie wore a
white hat and blue broad cloth coat ; but it is
peeted h v. "11 clriuix' his dress, lie is fond
rf drink and of cards. I he above reward vv ill
he "-iven to any person who will apprehend the
said Curry and canline him in any jail in the
I'nited States, so that be m.iv be brought to
justice. AF.I.IA' (dl.l.,
. S. i,r I i'ik ll CuaiH", X. CunUntt.
.Vov. ii.',i.s:i. r.mni
The rditon "f newspapers in Krn'in ky, Ton
iii '-.see, i-nr,''u and Alabama, ve:l! jt rhaps ren
der a benefit to S'M-ie'y, by pu!dishiir; the fore
iroins; in tlitir papei-s.
S,ilii.l"i"; Hi 1. 1 I, 1:!:?.
IF.T'I r.lfs aib'.-es m d to t'n- Sher',)! of It-.wau
i iun'', on n;:i'-i:i! be-'m.-.s, nm .t hereafter
be ' I'-Jn'ii, (ir they v ill not be a'telnled to. As
there are j;n at niiinliers of h t'ers addressed to
me from other ro in'u -,, !;i . I have found it ne
ci s'iarv to adopt this romv in oid rto save n.y-s-.-If
the t)eie of put iiv.j rather an iineoinfnrt
aid" S'.m in the i -. ir ;e of a v ear, to l!ie side ben
liit of oilier ; eopl poiket-.
: i S Mi l l. .()N1. A'i.-i'T.
IXTTKISS- - -
Iimut.urj in , I'm!-1 J,'T n! (. 'mi o' i!, , C.
Jitnitir' , 1, lf ..'..
I AM ATKISU.V, James Allison. I!
niel Ilia' k" i M r, Andri vv liostinn.
It.mit I Huislis t. Ah aiider it '', .1 d it I. ti n-
! bar, James I., liell, Jii'iah Pad-.!iavv , C. lam
Case, Satiiiu I Corim , William Craton, Itavid
!'bne, Henry Crovi, No.h Corme, John Con,
"'j" '';"h, rs, I ,. . t .... man H.-lle,.rv
"',L'V, ;: lr- a;.l l.an.art. I.
A1 ' ' r'"; ,"" . A!"
I I. i til I ml I .i-i.r
I!. Friend, ti. John (anion
' ' . .
II. .los ll
!, II ;h ll'.r, Cr.wfi.nl lln!,.
hits, Maj. .laities II arris, I'.ii i!h 'it Harris, Jolm
Hit. in in. Levi llaiivt i', I I. m. i ts .1. Harris Ja
ce'i H ivle, 'I'lininpMiii Hunt. I.'i-uIk n llanvcut,
An.Srosc Hattvciit, 1: .ham llijjms l'r. Miw
. Harris, Jot.-ph Hjf.vcut. I.. Henry Linker,
Christopher l i,,'ii'. I t ris'' p'.. r la tter, .! !( s
laiv?. M. Vt ah:ei;ti.'i !er;i,ini, Tobias Mis.
ci.hiit '-r. I.ate M't hlluie. .lames M'Cah I s,
.t.ihn M;-; n'.iiiu r. M .ill ia M !ii!. r, lin.har.!
Maiiin, ,'.i'i..i M't'i.ii"., Julm M'isn.cv. (.
il... e l t ..!.'. P. Vifin !'imi:i n,' ILVrt
IVik.rs, It Mii-m-v Pl.mV Na'hm Phitbp-.,
II. ti-y N. I'i'r.-r. Iln Pt'ters ", II i.ui.ih l'har-.
':. l.ei r'- 1 ; s - , Pti. r t'oniple, Jo ph IJe.-tL
. Jiiilll m Hull, 111. llU!'l;.
I. siid;r., .. . .1.
't ' -;
J.l.ST :f i.:
. .".! :'. t''.-!.tf!rr tit
( '.'er ; , .V. C. J.ru 1, IH.J.
DF.I. P.. AI lAAMll.i:, F.li Ah iud. r, J-.ah
7, - l. e. !. ',(.. .-Ii;e A'd. 1 ,
' J..:Ve . I.V !i V '!! no y. '... n, lai al I
AI. voider, M .i .'et AU-rai'dcr, Sautple Ale.
lander, Cap?, t ill'a n A'.S"nh r. P.. Johli
I r.,.tt'cs , 4.cti.-s Prmaii .t .'.n.l. Il..nir't, Ml-
Vesa i' ll. a. '., 'an.' lir.iv I., vi ..iem ianvs, .omit
' ' iV VT' ct Wn
l'raw nrr, l .r!m - P., Ik. Srnn,. l.,a k, W m.
1. 1.. I a.... it ... .... I' i ....... i
of the . '.tv court, V in t'r. ss .'"bn ( attt.on,
AI. ti.der :..'tl. v. 1. F. Chrisl.-ii!iirk'.
Isaac Camphtll, Mr. Camph. il. l'.s.p Sti .an M.
(.. ( lark, D Mrs. II.hIiI, Danitl Davis, John
Dow, Audrt vv D'.inn, John M. Di.vi.ls.in. F;.
.lulu F. F.duimds Sarth I.. Frwin. Fnd. rirk
F. 11. F. Alexander I ituy, Ketiln u Freeman.
; .Inhn S. t.aue, V illiatn (Inv, Itoln rt das.
kin;s Jawck (irith.-. Jam.' (inhble, Kansom
(.re., Uichard t.iiliin, 2. II. Joseph Hart,
Kl..m Hunt, r, F.llax J. Hutrhes. James IF. ath,
Samnei llotne, .. i. .him Jr m. U. Jwl.r.
Ken Irick.V'Ml. tit ov-e kike. I I ittis I .a no v.
M. Jobh MV.', Jamc Moore, Knhert Meek,
j 'I hoinas M'Nu ly, James Mtdvvia, Dav id M'Doit-
aid, Ibe.h Vi'D.Av ..!!, F.li. ahe'h M'Crcaki't. Ca'h-
Lrine MarTv, D iniel M''re, Alexander M'Clar-
ty, M intiCUl Mason, Mimli Milk r, Jolm .xi t.iur-
km. .V Jlui Nonis. O.Lonjr N. rr, Na
than Dir. P. ( apt. tlurjj Parks, William It.
Porter, James Plunket, Walter K. rharr. l'f.ihp
Paul, Joseph run unco, t!. Cvru tlnery.
K Isaac Hit b. J.tmesK..j;er, Jamcn V. lindens
John liotlt rs. S. Jaitie Sppatt, (icorfre W.
Spcai-s David Smith, Andrew Spratt, lluj,h
Stms4.it. t.rten Smith, William M. Stinson. T.
Jane Tanner, John M.lhotvas, William M.
Todd M ill am Tehr. A'. .!;" A irkerv 2.
W. John Mil. on . K.ihert W.I am, At ilii.tm
Wyn-tis AYilli no M inchester, J uvlan AVilliain
snn :, 'I hnnn.s M illi.tmson, l.y.iia Wallace. Y.
MM. SMITH, '. Jf.
All those indebted to me for letter and news
paper postage, should bt ar in tnind that there is
no cretlit m tliu (.cneral IV.t limec.
l!()'"T lix weeks aff, a man by the. name of
John James I'uller, a shoemaker by trade,
anil pruli ssin also to be a sitiin-iiiaster, with
his w ill- roid child, nunc to my house, anil after
living '..llli me ilurin;f the, above mentioned time,
and j' ','infj into my debt to the auiount of tw eu-ty-liv
e dollais, basely absconded, on the nifrbt
of t!ie l'..'lh instant, without paying me. lb
woie away a black coat and pantaloons, and ha
with him a plaid cloak, lined with green flannel,
lbs wife, Marianne, commonly wore'a checked
IpiU n, and the child, (about 14 months old,) one
of a red color. 'I bey are temprrate,-as far as I
know, never having drank any Hpirits while re.
sidinpf w ith me. Tboy went away in a gijc, w itb
a bay home. This description of these persons
and of their conduct, is published, to put the
public on their fpiard, and prevent others from
hciiti? bwiiidh d by them in the manner which I
Ito-wim Count;, Jan. If), 182J. Svvt'Jyr
or five weeks since, the post-rider
from Salisbury to Adivillc, lluneoiube (un
ty, took a pa'ket directed to John M. (ireenlee,
I'.st). m ar Moripintou, containing about 40 small
pamphlets i the paeket has never come to the
possession of Mr. Ilreeiilce; and the pottt-rider,
liavinp a great number of packet and parcels
in charge, has mis-sod the pamphlets, and cannot
recollect how or where they were left. It is
possible, soii.c way tir an other, they may have jrot
into the mail. As they are of such a nature us
to be useless to anv one except the owner, it is
reipiested that whoever lias any knowledge of
them will ia ml them by mail, or otlierv.iM-, to
John M. (iret nice, F'.sq. Morpanton ; or, if more
convenient, to llir;.-i;im t White, Salisbury.
Jani'iiii 2d, ;:.':.
. Ijnr'jlut'jn, .V. C
Till IK subscriber respectfully actpiaint the
I citiens of the western part of North-Caro-Una,
and tlic coritiptlons parts of Sonth-Carolitia,
that tin y have cotiiiocnccd the above mention?.!
business, which they will carry on with punctu
ality and despatch.
'I hey (latter thcmselvcJ that, by their assidu
ity and application, they w ill be enabled to do
ample justice to their employer.
MAitns :. mi i i F.it,
W M. CL I- F.UHorsK.
N. II. Hle;ndloard nratly ornamented, with
jpiill .r paint, executed at the hbortest notice.
Jj,Hltm, Jlrc. 31, lSr.'. lawt 16
Vf.UF.A'P barpiin may be bad in the lain!
bi-loiijpiiK to the late Col. John Jiramhui :
I propose tost 11 private sale, on a credit of one,
two and three years, the said kinds. The tract
whereon the mansion house i situated, embra
ces a e,i t at many ;ulv autapes in point of fertility
of sd, pl water, healthiness, atid oilier loia!
advantages. ll is superior to any stand in the
w estern set I'mli of this state. This tract C itt
tains "I'aTes. As a house of public cut t
t aiiitiii lit, it ha bit n established for J'J years.
The ch ared lain I is under good feiicrs, anil the
huildinprs have bet n recent ly new roofed Also,
one oth' r tract, conlainiiifr Zo.i aties. 'Fht.se
who wi ll to purchase, Will Call on Dr. John
S.-ott, oraddrt ssa lint to me, at Wadcsborotejh,
ii am countv, N. C
A. W. nilANDON, Jruf.
,s',i V.i'.i tii, Jim. 7, lS2i. jtnt'47
I AN AWAY from my pl.m'a'ioti, in lancas.
I t.r li,lr'u . South-Carolina, on the 5th of
Sept. a ih'thi f I't.u by the tiame of '. fee. He
is a'x.iit 2i or j arsof ajje, nix f. et 2 or .1 in
t lies bi.Th, of a slon.ler make, thin ia(fe, thrt
his In a I back ami speaks with considerable t on.
setpieute when roiivirsinjr, has a ore on the
lii.lt. .in t f hit ribt liio', which is at present
sn ail, hul the utirrounihii)' scar is larger .'hit:i a
dollar the tins are tin-less hut lie vte.rs a
.slioe i n that foot. I purchased Peter fmm M.
John K Viitrent, vv ho brought biin IroinDrauc
couivtv, N. C. near the Casucll line. In rcttirn
iiii, to th.l pl..rc, be will proh.ddy be lodged in
otie jail; audio th condition, I cxpeet, will
ii. tiv his ii.uik' atitl own'r. Any jailor who may
hate him ill custody, will please tbiecl a hn- to
tlic siihsriiinr, a. Liberty H.ll, Lancaster Ihs
t.iot, S. ('.for xvliich satisfactory acknovv letliTc
ments shall he rend. red. JtUIN (.(itlCII.
o.m. is::. 2i
ftoA Wvc YW
1W1I.I. piv on' hmtlml dollar rewxrd for
the th tcctioii of a yonnjr man by the name of
William Moore, Mid histh iivcry to mr at Jones
bow", Tcnnrsscc, or ilkesbor)', N. C. w ith the
money anil papers he stole i or Rail for Itim
alone. The ai. William Moore stole fmm me,
on the lath October last, S-'"5 together with
my porkrt book and papers. There were se ven
5d dollar bill on the I niletl States Hank, ami
one S-'"!"" Tennessee money. He ia about
5 f. t 8 or 9 inches high, dark complexion,
OlaeK iK-aiM ..... - .
ed, is remarkably well made, boasts a good deal
on running, ami i hard lo beat ; in fond of spir
its, ami allorvUicr T'lte a plutisit.le lellow.
.AV-. 1M-V.. l-wtVvJ I.F.ItOY HAIL.
Shit? oV fttTlU-liiwoVnia,
St PF.KIOU Court nfljw. Full Term, IS:?....
J uieKtrr .William Kerr Petition for
D'.vM -e ami Alimony. It r-ppcannir to cour..
tltav Williatw Kerr resides without the limits ol
Ibis suite. : V i.Vty that publication be made in
the Star and AVtstem Carolinian news papers
for three niou'hs that unless the aiJ M illiatn
Kerr do make his appearance .it the next Supe
lit r Court of bw, to he held for the county ol
Mecklenburg, at the Ctmrt-Hotisc in Charlotte,
e t the 6th Monday after the 4th Monday ol
Mutt h. lHJ;i, mi l answer, plead, or demur, to
said petition, the same will be beard ex parte,
and st lit. tire ami a decree made according to
the pr.ivcr theri of.
A ropv. test. UP.O. CAHAM, C'tt.
LAWS OF X. (j A HO LIN A.
To promote Afrrirulture ami Family Domestic
Manufactures in this State".
Ik it enacted by thr Unirrul Avctv.Uii r,f
tlir Slate r;' Aorth Car,linit,unl it in here
by eitudrd by the authority of the name,
that tlic sum of Five Thousand Dollars
per year, lo be raised in the manner here
inafter prescribed, fur the term of tvvo
years from and alter tlic passing of this
act, shall lie, and lie reby is appropriated
for the promotion of Agriculture and
Family Domestic , Maniilarturea within
this Slate. That the said sum shall he
distributed arnonp; tint several rountict. in
this State, in proportion to their federal
And be it further ertuelril, That when
ever an Agricultural Society (dial! be
formed in any one county, or in anv two
continuous, coun'ics, and the members
thereof shall annually procure or laist,
by voluntary stibsci iption, any mini of mo
ney, the President and Tre jsuier shall
make and subscribr- an affidavit of the
facts of the fyrmaiion of Kiich Society, a. id
nf their hav'mir raised a certain suni,t ie
rifyinn the amount thereof; which affida
vit shall be filed with the ("ompt roller of
this State, who shall draw his; warrant on
the Treasurer for the payment of a sum.
ctjual (o the amount of sut.li voluntary
subscription ; not in any case, however,
exceeding the amount lo which Mich
county or counties would he entitled, ac
cotdiri to the apportionment aforesaid.
,lnd be it jurtl.i r rKnctrd, That the sev
eral Atfticulttiii'l Societies which may be
formed in 'his State, shall elect such and
s,o nmtiv (dlicers as they may deem pro
per, rdl of whom .!i.dl he practical far
mers, none of whom, however, shall re
ceive any emolume nt from his office, and
it shall be lite duty of such officers annu
ally to regulate arid award premiums on
such articles ami prod'trtions as they may
deem best r:;! til .ted to promote the Ag
ricultural and Matiufacturin;; interest of
.'c Le it fitrtirr enacted, That each
pet son to whom any premium shall he a
warded lor an Agricultural product, shall
make an accurate description of the pro
cess in cultivating the suil and in falsing
the crop, or of feeding the animal, as may
he, and shall in all rases describe the na
ture of the soil, the kind and quantity of
manure, the state thereof, and the lime
of the sear i;i which applied, and deliver
ihi same to the President of said Society.
,1ml be it further cr.itctnl, That the ev
ci al Presidents oT said Society shall an
nually within one week after the annual
meeting cf the Legislature, transmit all
such reports or returns to the office of the
Secretary of Stale, to be by him kept
safe I v until demanded by the Board of
Agriculture hereinafter named and or
.1ud be it further enacted. That the sev
er..! Presidents of the several Agricultu
ral Sonetics within this State, or the Del
tRatc to be chosen by each of said Socie
ties, shali form a Hoard of Agriculture
for this Slate) who, on the first Monday
ftcr the annual mcetinc of thr Lepisla
lure, may convene in the capito! of the
city f Raleigh, any five of whom shall
form a quorum, mav elect a President,
Secrrt.irv , and such other officers as tht y
mav think proper, receive and examine
all such reports and irlurin as aforesaid,
and select lor publication such of them,
and such o;hcr cs.ays a they may jude
advisable, and shall annually publish a
vr I'tTir, .it the expense of the State, to be
disliihu'ed by the said Agricultural Soci
eties to the Rood people ol the Stale, not
exceeding 50i copies of such volume ;
which President end Secretary shall con
tinue in once timing the continuance of
Jiui ft it further enacted. That the
Treasurer of this State shall annually pay,
on the warrant of the Governor to the
said Hoard ol Agriculture, one thousand
ilolhri, to enable them lo purchase nd
distiibutc amot'K the Rcveral ARticultural
Societies, such useful seeds as ,hey may
deem proper, and to defray such other ne
cessary cxpcnccs to promote the objects
of this act as are not otherwise provided
fur ; and said Board bll annually account
with the Comptroller for the expenditure
of said money.
Jnd ie it Jurther enacted, That all mo
neys which may have been received since
the hrsl day of November last past, or
which may hereafter be received at the
Treasury of this State on entries of va
cant and unappropriated lands (excepting
the Cherokee lands) and all balances no-t
remaining, or which hereafter may accu
mulate iii the haRds of Clerks of courts of
ncoid, unapplied for within three years
after the receipt of the same, by the per
sons legally entitled thereto, be, and the
same are hereby set apart and pledged to
tarry into tifctt the loi (joins ol
Jnd be it fur 'her ftactfH, That it shall
bo the duty of cai'Ii and vny Clerk of
any County Court, Superior Court of Law
or I'.mii'y, or the Supreme Court within
this State, at the fust session of ihe Court
of which he i. Ch t t , v hich shall sit after
the first day of Scp'rinber next, and eve
ry three years tberrtfirr, to produce to
said court, a statcmeiit to be made on
oath. of all moneys remaining in his hands,
and which were received by him ohV lally
three vcars previot)', thereto, speeifvinu
therein the atnounl of each sep:n ate claim,
and the name ol Ihc person to wnom trie
same is payable.
And be it further enacted, That h3
Clerks itf'ifpsaid shall, within a re asomble
time idler the fotTftoing utatemrnt arc
111'!, account with and pay over to the
Public fieasurcr, all the balances afore
s;tid. which shall beheld by them in irut
for the tccral claimants, but, while unap
plied fur, shall constitute a part of the
fund err ttrd bv this act.
And h i'furth-r e.naetid, I'lit al! per
sons vviio hf.ve Wn ( Jerks or Deputy
( Jerks of anv Court of Record in 'his
State, shall actoutit fur the balances in
their hands due to individuals. in the same
manner as is herein repaired of Clerks
now in office. .
AN AC r.
Supplemental to an Act passed at the present
fcension of the (ieneral As'.emblv, entitled
"An Act to promote A;rri .ihure and Family
Domestic Manufactures m this State."
lie it t iiuctrd bu the (General Amemblu
if the State nf X'jrth Carolina, and it it
hi rrb'i enacted by the au'liwi'tj if the same,
That from and after the passing of C.is
act, it shall be the duty cf the Sheriff atid
Cotoiierof each county in this State, to
pay the costs on all executions that shall
be satisfied on the whole, or in pan, to
the Clerk of ihe Court from which such
execution issued, and to no other person,
on the second day of the term of said
court. And anv ShciilT making default
therein, shall he fined the sum of twenty
pounds, w hich fine shall be recovered in
the name of the State by ncirt facia, In
the same mariner as other fines, and m hen
collected, shall be paid into the office of
said court, for the purposes herein di
lie it further ctcctrd, ' ha it shall be
the duty of all persons who hav been
Sheriffs or formers heretofore and who
have received torts on executions nich
arc returned sa'isfieo, or which they re
tain and have not paiJ the same into court,
to pay all cost on such executions, to the
Clerk of the court from which such exe
cutions were issued, on or before the first
day of November next, unless such Sher.
iff or Coroner shall make satisfactory
proof, by his own otth or otherwise, to
said court, that, he has paid the whole
costs that were iit J.isv hands to the persons
entitled to receive the same.
And be it further enacted, That should
any person w ho has teen Sheriff or Cor
oner, neglect or refuse lo pay all balan
ces of costs on executions that hare been,
or are in his hands, to the Clerk of the
court from which such execution issued,
as directed by the second section of this
act it shall be the duty of such Clerk to
institute suit on the bond of such MicrifT
or Coroner, for the purpose of recover trig
al! such costs accounted for, which arc,
or otiiht to be in the hands of suci'i Sher
iff or Coroner. And all recoveries had
on such suit shall be paid to the Clerk in
stituting the same. And it shall be the
duty of Ihc Attorney-Ccneral and the So
licitors in their Superior Courts, and of
the Countv Solicitors in their Courts of
ritus anil Qu.nter Sessions, to prosecute
such suits to jiitifjmertt.
lie it further enacted. That all sums of
money recovered or received by the Clerk
of anv court bv virtue ef this act, be an
additional fund for the purpose of more
fully currying into effect the act to wiiiih
this is a supplement ; any law to the con
Dittreming Guoa.'y Mm Warten
burg, aged about 12 years, died yesterday
morning in consetpjence of injury sus
tained by ncr uoiiics accidental! caich
iiiS frc, fn Tuesday last. Her younger
sister was also much burnt in attempting
her rescue ; and Mr Miers, a respecta
ble mechanic, and a lodger in the house,
who went to their assistance, and f.nallv
extinguished the fire by lolling the de
ceased in the carpet, suffered so severely.
as will probably injure if not defeat his
means ol livelihood. I he irequcp'-y ol
unhappy accidents like thest, should in
duce great camion and prudence. The de
ceased, and her sister, are tt phans; they
were residing ith the sister ef their rle
ceastd mother, Mrs. Schrocdcr, in Amen
street ; who keenly leels this sudden and
awful deprivation. -CAgj. Cc.vr.--r.
Tht application of young nr'Irs to parts
..ffected with even the most violent the't
matism. is ntd to b t-'tn tnrr