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ill ISl.NGHAM h VV II1TK.
Ti ll'ii :
The subscription to the Wi.sri nx a i; ir.i S
jh 'Anv halUvs per annum, pat able h..!l'j early
CTj No paper will be ilaa-ontinitril until ull
arrearages aro pan!, miles'. i,t the discretion of
the KiliUtrxi and nut '',. --iber f;i1trj- ) fis o
liotiee of his tih f i t'tine a' 'he i ml of a
year, will be oirsi'U rc I ' wish irr i' continue
the paper, which will be sent aci:u'il'M,"!v.
Whoever will Income n-snotivhle for the
payme'it i'f nine p.ip.-r ,, receive, a tenth
An i.MTiiti.n ! ts will he irwr'irl on the en-.,
tutiniry terms. ' .'.I'l't'iunt viulni;' in Adver
tj"fii!'Mit;;, must specify lit nun her of times they
w ish llielli inserted, or they will In- '.on'imied till
ordered out, and ch..rgcd accordingly.
No advertisement invrtid until it h:is been
pVul (or, or it payment as-mined by icime pi rson
in this town, or its vicinity.
Cj All Ittttisto the editors must lie pu.-'l aid
or 'hcv will nut lie a'tciided to.
Slut i' vV .Yiv-V-nvtiuui,
Mt cKi.pM Lite, covvrv
SlTKIil'Mt Cimrt of Law, Tali finn, i:
.lane Kerr vj. William Kerr lYti'.ion for
Thvnicc and Aliii.nnt . It uppca'iiijr to court,
that W illiam Kerr rt sirtcs without the limits of
tint state : ihdmd, th-t puhliration hi- made in
Wit Maraud W vsttrn Carolinian nevt 4 papers
for three mouths, that uiilc the said William
Kerr do m.iki- his a .'pcaranee at tin.' last Supe
rior" Cnnrt of I. aw, to he In 1 1 fur tlie comity of
Hecklcnhnr;,. at the Court-House in Charlotte,
en the tith Monday after the 4th Monday ol
Man h, 1SJ.J, and answer, plead, or demur, t
laid petition, tin same will he laard t.v parte,
ml s iiti lire and a decree ma le according to
the pn t-r thereof.
A ropv, t-st. .K . (.UAII VM, (7A-.
2",x't7 I,ricr ",v-
C n AKRl'S tOVNTY.
StTKUKUt Court of Law, r..ll Term, IS.'.',
s.ir.ih HraiKhaw, ti. Kh lirjdaaw ....IMitmn
for Divorce, fdid at spring ti rm, l-S I! ap
peannij to the satisfaction of the court, that the
! tend.iiit is n it an inhahitant of (his s!a'e : ih.
lti"l, thrrt fore, tliat puhhc'lon hi- tnide i.l llie
Wrs'rrn Carolinian, and If ih ih I! if Vcr, for
thn e nunilhs, that the defendant :pprar at the
xt Sutenor Court of Law, to Ik held fi,r the
coun'v of Caharrus, on the Till Mnml a a(!ir
the !;h Moudiv in MareS nevt, 'lien and th'-r-to
lea I to said petition, otherwise it vu', he
Leard ts parte, and decreed a cord.n ;lv.
J. M. H H lllsiiN, C. 4. C.
Hml-Il. I'riee adv. SL
M II COCS TV.
(mi Iff of r.ipiitv, September Term, IS.'.
. I'plir.nm (.reeiihe it. J. .hit Mailui, and
others; uri',i,al lldl. It aniioi arini; to the s.it-
ist ieiiou of the -ourt, that .Mm M irtui, one of
the d. f. ml.iiiis, is not an iiiiuii.t jut ( f thi, S:,.tc,
:t is then tun- . i . that publication he made
ui the Wni.m dr .! c: .: lor th,i e month sue-
iss v. Ji, th.it the .JetV I.,; nit, Juh; Marin, ap.
i ir it our lie t Court of F.ipiitt In he hi Id t"r
the count) t,t I'mke, at lin: Court-llmise in
Mor iiilnn, on the ..u . Mm,.', iv of M ireii in t,
th-ii and there ti jdead, answer, or di mur, or
jui'.il.elit pin ii.ldv ,.o w ill he intvr.'d ag.iiu t
huii. and I e heard c parte
lis-, A L. LKWIN. C.L'M. 11.
I r. Ll'jJ.
St rr.h'loU C n i f I Kill Term, 1 .' '
Viliiiin Zjiiur, t. J. im Kduaris .,m'.
tlf. s I' dttards... r:;".i.:.l if .i !,mi ii! V. at.
r.'l'.varlt - vte'ii i-.. ;i t,,rt:i.
in:; to tke .i'if h 'm.h ol the co art, thi! t io de
fen, bin's are inoahiinu'.s ,t jno'l.er - '.ite ; It e.
theiel'.re onh re ! In (he t'.nal, that puhliration
he n ile in .o .'..'. j (",ir.,.'i,n.i.i f'r three
tnoiitlis, that t!.e ih IV iu'..i:i's appear ..t the l.c
;oi;-riiir Coutt !' I aw, 'o ! held lor the e- u'i
IV of Ash'', at the C.iurt-lloiis in Jeili rs e, en
ific thitd Moi. ,!.,;, in March in M, thenar.! 'Jure
to ph ,cl, aiis ' i r r demur, oilu rr: e jir! -pm ,;t
j ro col li n v. ill l e entered.
I, D n id Larin s', t 'lei v of the Sej., rinrt o irt
:! ...u s.i.,1, do cn'.i') tiial the fete-ruii:;; is a true
n t el' the tttor.it of sni I court.
Test. 1 1. I AUNTS T, ('..'.
eW;ft ..'rr ieM::.-t :ii'
' I.INC 'I (.' IM.
V J'..'... I..-...I.-.F I r- w., 4 II t.-1 I i.
1 colt Ki is ! r, : . the hi irs ot I ,, ..in;e l.ei.v
tU r, ih c :..,ei! t)ric;,ii;d r.i',1 i f Ci.ii.pL.'.i.t.
It app. ani'.j Io tbe satsfa 'i, u .;' the c.u.r', tli.it
Jniin Lei.'. I. r, no. ol the l.i i: s iu.iu. f4 in ti.e '.oil,
thus l.nt resale w'.diin tlie l.ni'sol t'ois s'.ale :
1 is then fore onh red, that publication he iii .de
tor three inonl lis wit cessit ely in the Wt s'irn
( arohliiaii, that t.i.h si the laid John Kei .tier
prrsiinalK upper ii) the ne; curt of li.j..!,
to he held tor the county uf l.it.iohi, at the
Court-House in Line ilnto.i, on thi lo ut'i M.ni
l..v after the 4th Monday of l..nh lic.M, then
nod tin re to plead, inisi r or demur, judgment
pro totifi sst Will be t..kt It and plead e parte a.
t Imn. A true enpv. :'mt M
lest. JAMF.S IIII.I, C..U. L.
I'l-'cf adv. fs 1.
Vv Vuvvv-i Uvwwvd.
I I AN awa (run ue, L.tih, l.,h lwnn(i
1 an .ipprvinvc to tin: vmi ini.kii.p. He iv
. 1 or 17 i ..rs ol,!, and has a s!u i pMi,
..p;eantiiee. All per in art Iniuiddcii ti'her
:.i tn.st him on mt account, Oi' In imploy him
t n his ! account, a' their peril.
.I. .VS70.V WiTKL,
IN hAldslllUY, NOItTI! CAIIOI.INA, 1!V
riTlllS elegant estahlishinen. situated at the
3 noith corner of the Conn-House, is nov.
lilted Up i.i a dew und superior stvle, tijr tlie
r eeption oi' ( aiuii.iny. The jrrvatcst pains hav
heen taken to ( runne tor this eitaldi.iliuii lit,
furniture of i-very ilcirriptioii, luTeviary for the
cntiifurt of 'I'ravi Hers. 'I he must approved b't.
vant'i have heen seleeled, with (;reat cares the
har stocked w ith ( lioiee li'pioin, and the stahles
attended hv ohli'uiand attentive hostlers. The
coiiveli'eni e of this situation for husilies. is eipial
to any in the p!ac. Tlie house contains a num.
her of private rooms, w ell ca!eu!aled for tlie c.
foii.niudatiim of. Iravelleis an. I tSo:i (! rs ; at.
(ached u 1 1 i i h there is a Dri (.ood and llool;
Mo: e, I'o thine who n.ay please to call on him,
!.e a zures them that ho pains tdiall he spared
to reii'ier teir s'av eoiid'oitahle and pleasing.
JAMliS Ht IK.
0.7. .'I 7, l.v'.
IVMI'.S fi. IIAMI'TON' respectfully informs
the puhlic, that lie occupies the old shop
formerly ow le d ht his Cither, on Main-street,
a l.-v; doors south of tlie Court - Mouse, Salishun ,
v. ln-re he i.s tio'i prepared, with a jjood set .f
tool-s to repair .ill l.iin! of
IV.ITCIIHS v CLOCKS.
lie te-vif. s all v, ho itiav favor him v it It their
custom, that th. ir work shall be executed in as
K'ood a st!e a-, at any i.lher shop in this part of
the country. All kin.U ol' old Jewelry repair d,
and s line kinds inHe, Jobs of rvcrv ih scrip'i.ni
in his line of liusiniss, w ill he thankfully rercit ed,
and cu-cuti il on a short notice. I'eople w ho
reside at a distance, by hendin;f, tnav depend on
l-tin their v. n:k as f iithfulh a'tended to :.im.
returned, as tbuue;!i they W ere present and
ou'i; tlie oh! est ahliihed !;ilishurv prim charjjed.
AV;,V,i.r.-, , 1.!, ;-.'.. ' -t
CIIAIIJ MA KIM.,
. !t lJ;,t nrcll, .V. ('.
fliir. s ihsi rili. is respec.tully aeijuaii.t the
1 cili. i... ,,f the wi ,ti rn jiart of North-Carolina,
ami the continues parts of South C'arohiia,
thai thi V hate cuuiuieiu i d the above mentioned
business, whi.h Ihcy v. ill carry on witii pnnctii
ulity ami ih s;.at. h.
I heV Haiti r tliem.i It i-s that, i their issidu
ity and ipplrt-ttion," thi v v. II be enabled to do
ample justice to their ciliph.t els.
M AU I IN C. I'lliri.li,
W M CI I. VI ltllilK.
N. II. S'e n-H'i.irds neallv ornamented, with
(Tuilt or paint, eM cuteil at the shortest notice.
jiicJnl-'i, Dt.'.A, 13 I Jwt.ti
HH WtA-.vvs Wc'wnvA.
ON tile S' tenlh dat of this month, ,e,i
I'll- broke i... I in this county and t -ea-ped.
lie u ..s in. iU r sentence of ii. ath. .
Nii C'-irr, v.i ll kicn in o.;r mnit i f
justice fir I. s darilii: xill.iniis., is about aO Jt .trs
of a;,'", si f. it or upu .mfs hi.h, vie pro por
ta, m il and !...nd June, I.i ht hair, of a plc.isin.j
i"iintoii.iiii.c, and c a y a I Ires .. lie wore a
while lint and blue bri a 1 cloth mat ; but it is
expectid he v. ill i:l,an;'T hisdriss. He il (nii.j
of d ink and of c.irds. The above reward w i!i
he pu n to anv pi r-..ii who w ill appri la ud the
aidCi.:-t and col '., I,. I.i. n io :u V j.ul in the
Ciuti,'. Mti , so t'.. - h Hi..-, be l,i ,i 'it ,
justi.-e. A1.I I N t il l., '
.. .v. tf c , .'. i r
!.'. ! .:..-." u.tU
The l .'i'i.rsi.l nev pi per, in Kcnto k, 1 en
in s-rc, t.i or; i.i in. ! Al.i'iar.ia, will p. ..haps ren
der a hus.T.t to itcUty, by puh!L.hii the f.ue
goiinr ill their icou rs, .
! AN AW A fismi in' I'lait at, on, in I amas.
I I t I'isTh i, Smith t an'Iin i, on the Atii t
S. .t. a in ro 1, 1! iw by the ii-nue t: ' r. lie
i. a "out or . i irs o, are. s I, el - or j in-
shi .li. i f a
r in.i'.e. th.i v si,;e, thlow s
ti. ! ).. i . . lei s '('., . s wiiti c', ii -i.i, .'.it le ei.ii
. , nc" v !., u cu'v re ie;r, h is a sore on the
'.oili if I. Iieht loo' v hieh is at le.isent
i'i:r .iiiidm,; ar i.. larj.ji r than a
i. ' ,e tn, re t.'.l's. !mt be w ars a
sliov i n ih.;' I'.m t. I pv.vha.i'd I'e'i r litun Mr
Join) K i i 1 1 i,t, v.ho liioul.t him from tl.-..n ;e
i . iit, N. t . io nr the Ca-.i . 11 hue. In return-
ii. to that place, he will probably he lodged in
soil.e j.i I ; and in that coud'.tioii, I expect, will
i'.i a;, his i.am.' and ow ner. Any viilor who i;uy
I. ate l.iut Hi CC'.od', will ph a-e lureil a I'.llf to
the s-Jisci'iIh r, al l.ihi it) 11,11, I a:u':iter I lis
trio', S. C, t i hieh sacislattnrv acklum h'll.C
li.mts sh ,11 he I .mh ied. JtillN iitMH II.
, t.i, '.T
Sl,p) x' V.n
fWll I. ef.te n,- hiif! i l dollars n n ar I for
Oi, ti. f. .-I it. ii i.l u voi'ie kiui. lit the hillllt of
W ii. a 11 M. ore, and h's .'.eiitt rv to nit at .1 I ; s
b I tt.li.-. :.', er W il'.esh.ir')', N. C. - :th .!..
io.i.i) and ,p..j,ei- In' 'tide; til $5'J for I. I.e.
ah, ne. I he Mid VV.II'atn ;..ore s',oe front lot ,
on tile 1." Il October Ji'r5, tojjetlier v, it It
lev l.orket book and papers. T here Were tie veil
ioi'.ell .r hills nil the I llited Malts I'.ahh, and
one J: ) bill in Ti Iliiessa'C I. .one) . lie is about
5 f..tl ,i .r (.i iin In s liij-h, 'ark cuinph xinr,
black lii-ard, w.me oi his 1ms; let ill rather det ay.
cd, i tcniarkaMv w eil nvt.lt, buas's a ntu deal
on r.iliiiinr;, and is bard to 'eat j is fond of .spir
its, in..! alt op 'her tptile a plausible fellow.
.Vr. lb.2. l iwl'.i I.I.IiOY IIAI!..
SuliJm-; (ht. II, IS'2.
Ir. n'F.liS reldirss. d to )hf Sherill'of lfo .ttl
A ciiniitt, oi, i dii ial Imsine-.s, must hers. alt. r
he .,.'-,'..ui.', or tin t v ill Pot lie utteiidi d l". As
dele are feat limtihcrs of lettt pi addrcs. (1 to
me Ii mui other t niinties, !vc. I liaNclimnd it ne
cessary to adopt tins course in order to aave u.v
st If the expense of pa) injj rather an nneonif.ii-l-ahle
s un in the tours, of a t ar, to tilt sole hi n
elit of (.'.her Jic't'le'it pockets.
f BIAMI'I.KT U CHAPMAN liuve jimt receiv
I ed, per the Steam lioat i'er lh- and MM
i'f thlrant, the, articles as under, w hich thev will
s. II low fur CASH or IIAIM'KI!, at their'store
'2.5IW husht Is Salt,
1 ,'K() lbs. Sugars
5WJ lbs. Collee
5 hdds. Molassc
20 cask h Cheese
'.10 kej(H Nailn
'25 bids. Maekartl
20 bids. Northern lium
2 puncheons .lama'ca do.
ps. Cotton llaxxm
1 cask Spanish Indigo
Cases of ool Hats
'JjO pair lueu'il coarse shoes ;
Together with a general as-,oitinei,t of Dry
(joikIs, Hardware, Crockery, and (ilas W'ure.
Cash given for Cotton, fallow, llees-W hx, and
Cfunnv, January 1, 18J.1. Gt'12
cnr.ii.ity, v. c
I TI'U for sale, at their (More in Front-street,
" " a lar'e and general ajs irtu.etit of
ll. l H DM A Ht Sir.
wholesale or retail, for cash, at such prices ai
cannot tail to suit purchasers; who are solicited
to call and j'ldtfc for thctust Ives. I he lcj,di l
market price paid lor Cotton and cviry specie
of count rv produce.
CA.io.e. J.iniHin, I, IS::. fit-!.!
ON Thut -da), the loth of February ne.t,
will be sold, at the residence; of the sub
scriber, 10 mileg w est of Salisbiirt, on the slu r
ril's Ford road, nineteen NFtdtMliS, consis'iii
ol men, women, hots and ;'' A '..so, several
horses, kc. ftc. and about 4'V'OO Pis. cotton in
the seed. Terms of sale, six months credit, the
purchaser scan. ni; pa) incut by buiul, wii'n ap
proved security, before the proper) v is altered.
ALLMANIJ II M l .
laudii Vunntu, Jan. I I, IS.'.!. owt'il
FfflHK. suliscrihcr has for sale a in w W'aon,
I with a full si t of (cars for lour burses. Ala.,
thewimd works of two wagons. All of which
l.e w ill tell low for cash, or corn.
JOHN IlKAHH. cn.
j,m. i a, is::..-4f io
rildK subscriber infoitDs the public, that the
1 DVF.IM; of Ill.L F. will be earned o i at
hi hoiiie, the prev1'1 seasnn, by Mrs F.h I'l. th
Dickey, at 12f rents cheaper in the pound, than
it has ever bu n done for in this part of the
country. The .vice for tlie best iju.ihtv, will
he C.:t cents per pound ; for the sii oud ipiahty,
j'luiits. I'i rsjtis at a distance, hy si n.Hiijj
tie il .mi, b) po,t or otherw iat , sjieeil', .n:; llie
ipedity of the dye, ni.ii th p nd ii.oli I .ivi.ij;
l!u t wors done ai f..ithlu!l, a. id with as
and permanent colors, as if they th liuiliis
were present j and when finished, will bo re
turned to them, by sin Ii coiitevaiice as they
ia . direct, on settling the charges for tl t iny.
JOHN IT L I ON.
.Ve'..n-e, Jan. 17, lb: j'.'U
Vnsi nuA sSwvuvyn.
fMIIF. citizens of llowan, and the adjacent
I ciui"ics, are rtspectln'ly informed, tli.it
I) -s st bonis i? M'AH'.-f have united th n.si vv
in the pro t ee of 'I'.NC ' .Sl lfir.lil.
M,itni''',Jan. 7, lit.'.!. Jw t'.lS
I'. S. Dr. Schools In jes h ate to inform his
friends and the public, that applicants lor ad
t ice w ill v l hiin nu-. t with ihsapnoiotnu nt ; as
Dr. M'At'ee, or buns. II, dl generally In. I nind
i.t their i, dice i'.c.c p.. ft ol tilt- dot.
(, ;r7v0 v
HoCT six weeks ao, n n. in by the t ame t.f
John James I'li'ler, a sho. m iker b) trail. ,
:e d .n.fi ssosj; i,.ii (o lie a sinpoi iu..st. i, v ,:li
his tt ile and child, came to mv boos. , and al.cr
liiii, w it It n.c durili,; the aboi e lilci.'ioiu d t.ine,
and ttiue; into in) debt to the au.oiii.l ol I., eii
t' lit e dollars, b.isrK abscoi'ded, on the n ,;'ht
ol the i::li install', without paying tne. lie
wore aw.iy a b'aik eo-l an,', pantaloons and has
tvilli him a daid cloak, lined wiihrvii n H.,iiik1.
His wife, Marianne, cotunionlv wore atlmktd
,t;iiu Ii, and the i laid, fahout 1 i months old,) one
of a rrtl color. They are tenptratt , as f.r as I
know, i.e vi r having thank any spirits while re.
sidiii;- t ilh me. 'flu) w tut aw a) in a j,ic:, v. ith
a bat horse. I le description of these p. rsoiis
and of tin ,; conduct, is published, to p. it the
puhl'c oo their (juard, ami prevent o;!u : IV.. o,
heinjr sw uilhd by then in tile manner which I
ffs-. o- (n:,y, J..n. lf, 1S.V.. .Ut'.i'Ji'
(10MMI n i'.l) to the jail in Salislmi v, on the
1 1. It inst. a liecni man and his wife, The
fellow' name is JO; he is about ;U )ear old,
ttas raised and formerly owned by Mrs. Kelly,
near this place i sat s his last Diastrr's name is
John Janice Dixon, w ho lives near Mitrfreeshoro'
in Uuthcrfjid county, I'tnnewr. .?,.ii.i, or
.hiita, as she calls herself, th wife of thp above
ncjro fellow, &ays her master's nvtie is Jolm
I Imtn; son, who idso live near MiiHYccsbnro',
lYnnc'sec. I'he owner lire desired toprote
tiroperty, pay cbarp , and take these negroes
aw at, or they will be hul.l according to law, for
j.id'ficilj SAM'L. JONK.S, fihrnf.
Salisbury, X.C. Jan. 27, 1823. dt W
II'OHEW AliN nil pcrsum from tradine;fora
note, t,iveii hy run in April last, to t.i tirjrc
C.rt clixtav, 'if the state of 1 enncsee, forixtv
.Itill.irs due on the SVhof Uct-cmher, 18.'2':
which I am tletcrmincd not to put, as it was
ohlaiiici! lisr linsouiid pi-opertv.
r-j 17, 11?3.-t'4'J
W i.- r'; hC ' , ",'T .
Hail 1 first of Arts, smirt c of domestic ease ;
Pride of the land, and patron of 'lie :,e.ti.
From the Vermont Weekly Mcsaeiiep r.
SrV.V.V OF .1 J'OOU VAUMIUI.
II - m-tes his; tit'jxviog htt.d i;i
tlie fall :i:h1 his pastures early in the
'priny, and consetjncntly ruins !0t!i.
Some of h-i urn s arc miit h p ist their
prime. He neglects to krrjj the din;;
and the ground frcn the sills of his
huildings. -t' .J it cost ht ii twenty d"l
l -.rs to make n pairs, when noc doll-ir
wi.rdi uf work would have heen sufli
cicTit, if p i h.rmed at a kisurc time- 10
tears heiort. lie tnws and nlants
jh'n hi' d until it ii cxhausteel lufnre
I he thinks of tn.inuiint;. lie has gen
erally too tnuiii stock nd nia-iy oi
tht iit imruh. 1 1 r is alvajs sure to
have a good i! al of Make and p.ole
fence. Ile fcavs he cannot farm it for
it ant of money ; this 'n frequently the
i tsc wi iij;oi;d f.t.mrrs; hut you may
know a sloven bv his it attention to
jl:ttlc thine.1- his children's !v es are
spoilt J fur w.itu of shoe-Eti iiU;s to tie
1 them, or l'.ir v. ant tf a hale tallow to
i :. u t'. ciii--h s door hin;-e o r.ii-s
fl I r uani of a nail, and the door is
d. sti vtd rrthe want t! a hinge, and
j l;ii mow is trampled i mid gortd lor
want ol a door, and all tl 'j loss is oc
casion d hy r.ot 'itnelv dnvii-g and
t lent l int; a single nail. N ithinp; is
in older he has a place 1 ' :. .ihmjr.
: nd iKdhino; is in its pl.ur. II .e
w ants a gimbltt, a chisel, or h.imir.ri,
In- hunts up chamber, .nit it the bum
and corn house, in the cupboard, and
1 tst', when he has spent more time ia
pursuit than it takes him to do the job,
lie finds it down rcll.tr. He keeps no
stock of the smallest things if a but
ton or bid to a pad gives way. or a
kt v to a V'ke, or a pin to a sled, or an
ae, a string or swingcl to a flail, or
eteitsj tooth io a rake, he has none to
replace them. He seldom does any
thing in stormy w rather, or in an eve
ning, and is sure too keep no memo
randum of little jobs that arc to be
done. You w ill perhaps hear of his
groaning aboct hard times frequently
in a bar-room. Death and the tax
gatherer he know s must come ; yet he
makes no provision fi r either of them.
Although ht has heen on a piece of
land for 20 years, ask him for a graft
it! apple, and he w ill tell )on that he
tould not raise them, for he nnrr had
in L Ills indi lenre and cart less
r.ess subject bint t-i fit,';.' aaiJr'its-
..sts s.iap and rider for want ol a
hoop in the tnid't i f his plowing his
ph .ugh breaks b cause it was not holl
oed and when l.e is reaping away
limn home his hogs break i.U his gar
den for want of an j.ddhiond board.
He does tint take advantage of his bu
siness by driving il when he can, and
consequently he is like the old wo
man's son, " sc busy th:t he r:nrr J:es
(,'v (kiit'' or at least he seldom f.r.-i-hes
any thing before lu begins an
o'her, and thetelore brings little to
pass, and is often io be seen in a great
hurry, lie is seldom neat in his per
son, and will sit down to table himself
w ithout combing his hair, and suffer his
children to do so w ithout washing their
h..ndsr.d laces. He Irequentiy drives
his c idt: with a club, and is generally
late to public worship his children
are apt to be late at school, ami their
books are totn and dirty he is care
less ; his children Mod domestics are
so too. As he has no enterprise, so
he has no money. If be must have
money, he frequently makes great sac
rifices to get it ; anil as he is slack in
payments, and buys altogether on cred
it, he pays through the nose for every
thir.g. lie wants forethought, econo
my ;.nd exertion. In finca poor far
mer, in tlie strict sense of the w ord,
is a poor creature he is a pour husband
tu:d a poor citizen. A good farmer
may be poor, but a poor farmer can
not act his prt well; in other wcrds,
he cannot be good H a man or as a
LAWS OF N. OAltOLIXA.
For the relief of d h'o.s for debts which may
be contract d uf'cr 'oe 1 ,1 day of May licit.
If it enartfil ii Hi? Cfirrul.1sHiir.iln f
thr Stute f A'C'i Cuf-.ii ,n. und il in hi re
by enueled I'I lite an!vmif if the tame,
I hat when tny debtor or debtors shall he
tiken upon tiny capias ad satisfaciendum,
for unv debt contracted either by note,
hill, bond, open account or otherwise, af
ter the first day of Miy n-xt, and. shall
be desirous to take the benefit of the, natlt
prrsri ibed for the relief of in-niwi.t
('(h'Ms. ,r of rendering a full .ind lii;
.! d-.,le of his property, it shall and may
l;i la viol for fcueh debtor or I'tMois to
UT.fler .o ti.t she i iff of the county- his
l .wlul deputy, coroner, or tin y ont;;'lc,
I v whom hc.st e. or they tnuy havr been
taken, a bond or bonds, puyalde to the.
p.ntv at whose hstanre the rre,t wae,
made, with c-ood and sufficient sccutiiie
in twite the amount of the debt, condi
lioncd for bis appearance at the next
court, to which the execution will he re
turnable, then and there to stand to and
abide by tucli proceedings as may be had
hy the court, in relation to his, Iter or
.heir taking the benefit of this act ; unci
in case of failure to appear, judgment
shall be entered up instatitrr upon said
bond, against the principal and hi scan i
ties, to be discharged' upon the payment
of the debt and costs; mil when an exe
cution issues (hereon, neither of the de
fend ints shall be entitled tu the benefit of
.his act : Provided, That if either ol the
parties to the said bond slul! be desirous
to hate an issue tnarlc up ainj ,ultnintd
to a jury, a jury ahall be immediately ini-panm-lled
to try such issue, and the plea
of a nou est factum shall only be receiv
ed upon the partv nuking oath of its ver
ity, -ind :vwdul Jjrtlu r, if it shall oft
niale appear saiislac torily to said ourt,
that s.dd dtlnor or debtors are prevented
from am tiding roua bv sickness or other
i i.tise. to be judged of by the court, the
case shall be coniinued over to the otxt
rourt, at yliith trrm the s.mif p eed
intrs shdll be hd, as if he h.ifl ' p' '"'d
at the first tei m. And f roi 'iiltd hrr,
if such debtr.i ot debtors shall oi in the
niran time, it shall be n ubseKr.t 'ij
c harge of said bond or bonds : Prvvid'J,
f.e. erthilesi, That when any debtor or
debtors shall betaken as aforesaid wiil.irt
twenty days cf the sitting of said court,
said bond shall be conditioned for his,
hirer their appearance at the succeed
ing term of the court aforesaid : Prmded
divai, that when any capias ad satisfaci
endum shall be directed to any constable,
and he shall take bond s aforesaid, such
bond shall be conditioned for the defend
ant's appearance to the county court of
the county in which such constable re
sides. II. Be it further enaeteJ, That upon
such debtor or debtors tendering stich
bond oi bonds, it shall be the dun of such
sheriff, oepuiv, cotoncr or constable, as
the case may be, to release him, her or
them front confinement or custody ; any
law, usage or custom to the contrary no:
wi'hstanding. III. De it further enacted. That it ahall
be lawful for the said security to surren
der the ptincipal in discharge of himself,
in open eouit of the county to which the
ea. i.i. i leturnahle, or to the sheriff, er
other ofTn er. as the c,e msy be. of dd
count, -tiit the security is l.t iti.'. ..u-
Itl.oiued f exetrise all the power, wnich
;,v law special hil have over their princi
IV. De it cfArr rnarttd. That upon
the appedi,iir tl sm h debtor or debtors
at the court ului..iil, it shall be lv lul
for him, her or them, cither in person or
by attorney, to move the court to be ad
mitted to take the oaili prescribed for the
relief of insolvent debtors, or io swcr to
the schedule, picious!y filed with the
clerk of siJ couit. agreeably to tne pro
visions t f this act, hereinafter coiiuincd ;
and it shall be the dutv of said court, up
on such debtor or debtors inakiii it, .iji
pear to them that at least ten days nou. o
has been given, in writing to his, her or
their creditors, or their agent oralloiney,
of the intention to avail him, her or them
selves of the benefit of this act, to admin
ister the oath prescribed for the benefit
of insolvent deb'.o'.s ; or, to s'vear him,
her or them to the schedule aforesaid,
(as the case may be,) and to drcct the
clerk to make an entry of the same up-.n
his minutes; which shall exempt the
body or bodies of such debtor or drb'nrs
from imprisonment for debt, in all the
cases where nolice may have been given
to the creditors ; which notices shall ha
filed with the clerk of said court : Pr:vi.
Jul, nrvertkeleti, if any creditor or cred
itors, shall suggest any fuu.lor om rai
ment of property, money t.r c fit its, it
shall be the dmv ol the couu to .linct
an issue to be oat up and Hud bv n ju
rt the f:r'.t term, before such debtor