- ; . i
wLa LT.rL It. , ! ii ww.'"' viwuifc -si
h;uav.i, .w e. 'vvuvm, Malum u, ma.
j-niNTKD aiii react mi in, nuiv Trt.su.tr,
l!r MINGUAM & WHITE,'
ti it ws ;
The subscription to the Wlstmis Ciiichi.viak
is Three JJulhm per annum, payable iiult'ycui-Iy
in advance. r
ffJNo paper will be. discontinued until all
arrearages arc paid, tudess tit (lift discretion of
the F.ditorit; and any subscriber falling to yiwo
notice of bis v ish to discontinue at I be end of a
year, will bu considered as wishing to continue
the paper, which will be seid accordingly.
, Whoever will become responsible fur the
payment of nine papers, shall receive a tenth
AiivKriTiKKHcrm will be inserted on the cus
tomary terms. ,, Persons 'sending in Adver
tisements, must specify be number of times they
w ish them inserted, or they w ill be continued till
ordered out, and charged accordingly.
No advertisement inserted until it has been
paid for, or its payment assumed by some person
in ttiia town, or its vicinity.
03 All letters to the editors unfit be pvt-pniit j
or they will not be attended to.
HWIM; purchased Hurt. Itctk
with's Medical Establishment,
has settled himself in absburv. and
(ift'i-N I. is, min-M. In (lio vii'u.nu
branches of bis profession, to the
itizens of this place and its vicinity. His shop
is one door cast of Mr. Maught'.r'& tavern, on
Wilbur;,, Jn. 23, Vi2!'oWt
An Wverswer WnnU'tX.
MNCLK man, well recommended, who un
thrstaods the culture of corn and cotton,
and the management of negroes will meet with
employment, Applv at this oltice.
f b'. 4, 182J. '40
flilE subscriber idlers for sale, the plunt i'.io:!
1 on which he now lives, King on the west
tide of die n.aiu Yadkin, well known by the
na oe of Kiddle's ferry, and contaiiiiiijj between
lour and live hundred acres. It lies on the main
road leading from Salem to tieorjjiaj is well
watered and bs good improtemtntg thereon.
The land is of as good a quality as any in the
Furksof the Yadkin, and well suited to the rais.
ir.p nf tobacco, wheat, corn, fc. Any person
wishing to purchase, would do well to nuke
imu.cd'ate application. ' The terms will be fa
voril.le, and will be oiadc knouiKia application
to the Hubsciilier.
CJ" A good boat Belongs to the ferrv.
ItKA.I WCN l.'IIIDI.r..
NVjvttvs Vtir Sve.
I' virtue of an order of court, obtained at
) February tern, 1 autlioriiiiijr the kale
nf two of the ii' irnws of the estate of U' birt
BiinL, lUxcase.l, I will rri! t a credit of twelve
nii'ti'.hs at Ftatie i N'r-ly' tn'I'v on a'urdty,
the 'J'.Mi of M m Ii, ISi.sWte liejjroprl Fvhcr,
aliout 1 J years old, at: 1 om- n i;ro boy Joe, about
10)carold. Allen. !-..nre, J.c. bv
W M. ItAKBEK, .11-i'r.
CIl.MU MAKI t.,
.it 'irn'iif'i'i, .". C.
friMF. subscribi rs n p-ctully acipitoo
1 t iticns of he vviV.ern purl ( ur:.i Caro
Una, and the rout g oi"s par's f 'omh-Caridina,
that they have eoliiioem eil the alioi e mi ot iuied
business which 'hey will i arrv on with pi.m til
alily and desn iti h. .
ibex flitter themselves tha by their ussii'.u
itv and appl cation, they Vol ic enaiiu-J to do
amide justice to their t u,j.lo rr.
M Mil IN C. IMIIFKU,
Y M. ( t l. F.!( !f I Mi.
X. B. Signdloarh m .-idy or n .mentcil, with
rsi.'t or p.., nt, i x e -'.'. 1 a' 'lie Imr'.-st iinticc.
a.K',.i, lt,r. ol. 18-':. 1 .V.i '1
CIT.BKdl Court ..f laxw, Fall Term, 1 ::.?..
lane Kerr it. ,lijuin kirr Petitum tor
Invoice and Alimony. It appearing to court,
that YVilSiatn Kerr tesnh s w'niuuit the limits of
this utate : Onlriril, licit publication be made i.fcj
thr Star and Western Carolinian neastcoeis
' for three months, that unless the said William
Kerr do make bis appearance at the nex- Sup.-.IP''. uev,.u a,.vv - ...e .,..., .
,-Ior Court of Uw . to h, held To? the eo-mtv of j a competent kno ledge of tins branch ol
Miclbiibnrg, at the Co.u-t-llouse in ( Imrlotte, 1 1''" . I"' to. Is conl.dent ol being able of.,,xe
. . . .. .. i . . , .. .i .J linn in Iho- u III) lllav oe I'leaseti 10 la
nn lor- l.o, S'.i.i Ui al'er l ie 411 XloC.i:.iV 01.
Marrh. 1 nd ansxi -r. t h a i, or detour, to
aid iic'.hiim, t!.e wi t' vdl I e heird ex pn-te,
and scliteiH e anil it decree matte nornroMig to
the prater tin reof.
A cop-, test. .!'.'. (.HAH M, ('.
:Jmt'.l7. Prn-f adv. s 1.
SCPF.Ultm Court of Law, Fall Term, 13.
- v'pi) Br'lsbiixv, vt. l.li Bra!stisw.... Petition
fir -isivnrct, (ih'tl rt spring term, 1SJ.'. It ap
pearing to the JatiVaetiim uf life rotir', 'hat the
tleiriiilant is not an inhabitant of this state : Or.
drrrj, thrrrliire, that publication be made i l the
W estern Camlinian, and Baleigb Beg'ver, for
three months, that the defendant appear at 'he
next Superior t'ourt of laiw, to bo h Id f r the
eountv of Cabarrus on th.1 "t!i Mon,!..v adr
the 4'h Mosday in M irch next, then and tin tv
to ple.d to st-id petition, nthrrwisr it will he
heard ex plrtc, and tlecrecd aivnnlingtv.
J. M. Ill fCHIstlN, i .S. f.
3mH. Price a.lv.
Ft r rale nt tl.I-" Udice.
IV SAI.ISIU.UV, NOUTII-CAROI.INA, J1V
ritlltS (decant establishment, situated fit the
1 north corner of the Court. House, is no i
fitted up in a new and superior style, for the
reception of Company, The greatest pains h;i'. e
been taken to procure for this establishment,
furniture of ev ry description, necessary for Die
comfort of Travellers. The most approved T
tants have been selected, with gnat care i the
bur stocked with choice lienors, and the stables
attended by obliging and attentive hostlers. The
convenience of this sit nation tor business is etpial
to any in the place. The bouse contains a num
ber of private rooms, well calculated for the ac
commodation of Travellers an t Hoarders) at
tached to which (lure is a Dry tiood and Hook
Store. ' To those w ho may please to call on him,
he assures them that no pains shall be spared
to render their s'ay comfortable and pleasing,
JAMES 1 1 1 I K.
Orlnhrr 7, 1H22. '22
1 ft F.SI'F.CTF! I.I.Y informs the public, that he
1 fc has established hiii'tclf in business in this
place, in the bouse next door to Mr. Slaughter's
tavern. Orders from a distance will be prompt
ly attended to. Gentlemen favoring him with
their custom, may expect their work done in the
neatest and most fashionable style. He has made
arrang' ments legulaily to jfet the fashions from
l'liililc !iliia ; and solicits a share of public pat
ronage; and hopes, by bis a- siduity and attention
to business, to please all w tiu may iavor bitn villi
.Y.iM.i., hh.2ih. VM. '!!
rilllE 3ii!sc)iin r propones to rent tuo Store
I I! im s in :h rau, Mtna'cd on Market, a
feu il'mr-, hi no the corner of Front -I'rei These
houses wer; plai.ned tmd const ructi;d under tin
direction of un .'.pi li.-ucd on reliant, and arc
well calculated fur the business of Che raw, b:
ing in the t( u'.re id' the cotton market.
For terms, npply In the H.icseriber, ut Salidiit
ry, N. (.'. or to Mr. U anl Cottiiif', or to Mr. Wil
son, t'f t'hciiW.
J. A. IT.AltSOX.
Jan. n, ix-v:;fop::iii
'. S. Th. Mihsciiher will sell, on aecotimioda-,
( terms either or both the above houses and :
i. He alo oilers tor sale St. icrul unimproved j
i in the town of I bi-raw. J. A. J.
SiS B. HAMPTON leip.-ctfuilv infn
he public, that be occupies the-old shop
(iirmerlv .m ncl bv Inn fal!.. r. on Mninaereet.
a few doors south ol the Court-lluuse, Sahhnry,
wlu re he is new prepared, with a fctiod set of
tools to repair all km 'S ol
He assuies all ho may Civorh'uii with their
C'o.'o-n, that their work ihall be executed m i ;
good a sUlo as at any other shop in this part of.
tne country, su nimism inn aewi iry rvpa.n u,
and some kinds made. Jobs of every thscription
in h'uline of holiness, w ill be thanklully received.
and exeruti d oil a xliort noliie. People who
reside at a distance, by sending, may depend on
! ving their work n faithlully attended to and
retunird, as tliour.li thi y w ere pri m tit ami
w:.V tin; eld e .tddivlied Salis'iury prices charged.
mvwi, iw:.'. 'H
ViAstv Wxnir aNVukiwi.
f jlll ulM-riber jfi spectfnlly inform their
1 friends, and the public t nrge, that they
h.iM- assiM'iatt-d, niidrr the firm of (irimrt L'
('u'.jiri; for the purpose of cam ing on the above
busim si ill all its brant lies. They are well pre
pared to make all kinds of Windsor and Fancy
1 hsirs, from ',2 to 2J p r si t. (,i nth mi n
wi-iiiiig th.uit chairs, or sittees may rely up
on having th, m as i h gautly made at the shop
I' the si.lisi iihi rs, as at am oilier in the Mate.
Oi l chairs and v'.teis repaired, at a n asonaMc
rate, and on short notice.
'I he siibvriben, are also eompetr!y prepared,
n ith a goud stiH k of timber, to ma! c all kintls of
V.. -2.i..U, ;.t t, vm J to S- '. ,
t.K.O. W. C.IIIMr..',
('1 F.O. W. CIMMF.s In gs h ave to inform the
I c'nit ni "(' ,dis'iury, anil the surrounding
eoiintrv, that he still continues to execute all
hinds of bouse, sign, coach, and ornamental
Painting. H iving procured an ample supply ot
materials and .having, for a numucr ol years
i , . , . , . i. i ... ........ ..
- . '
tor hint with orders in the ahove line. Chling
and lil.i'ing will a!st be executed in a m-at man
r.vT '.td rt"!',,!-'l -rn ll IIIS4I kceo
on hand, for s.de, copal pud Japan Fifni'.fS,
Wanted, us an apprentice id the abovr busi
ness, one or two lads Irom lito 16 stars of age,
of si.'inb and industrious l,.,!nts; tow hum, if
tiiry prove themselves deserving of it, a good
clianee ill be given.
soKihwr, vs. r., i :'.
Suli(br, 0,1. IF, li'22.
JET1 F.KS aihirvi-.i to the Shrrirt "--no
i countx, on o'.lirial business nmst In rx alter
be petl-fnu'il, tir they x ill nut be attended to. As
there are great numbers of letter addtt s'il to
me from other eoiinties I 'laKC found It'ne-(t-san
to adopt this course in tush-Mo ve toy
se't ttie exneiise ol l'livio r Tallirr an U iCollitort-
able sum in the course ol tear, tu the vie ben-
t lit t f other people's ptH ki ts.
2.1 SAMl KL JnXKS,.V.V .i.
, Wiutiw.xM, Vim' IM'.V
I J ' e . trn, or s ugh- cm, for salt at the
Jj ofTire cl'tlid W i-,'crnCa!tilinian, Salislion ,
MHwiniir iriTi iTr'Tnilf n hi i
4 BOt;T 500 Lots in the Town of Chmw, in
il. eluding all those; valuable lots on the liiver
Hank, to ether with 1010 acres of wood land in
the vicinity of the Town, will positively be sold
at I'ublic Auction in April next. The sales will
commence on the firs' Monday of the month,
and will continue for three days or until all the
above property is aold.
'MUMS .IS FUU.OWS
On all sums less than jv'JO, a credit of twelve
mouths; on all sums exceeding S50,und l -ss
than gJiWO, a credit of one and two years, pay
able in equal annual instalments ; oil all sums ex
ceeding Jj'JW't a credit of one, two and three
years, payable in the same manner. Interest
from the date of the purchise, the purchaser
paying at the time of salt 10 per ce nt, on the
amount of his contracts and giving a mortgage
of the property, with personal security, ifrequi
red. It is thought superfluous to dwell on the rise,
the present importance and the future prospects
of Cberaw, as it has now assumed that rank in
the commercial wot Id, which renders such detail
unnecessary i but fur the information of those
who may live :it a distance, and wdmsc Mercan
tile connection with this section of country may
not have led tlirm to a know ledge ot the cons.--qoence
and resources of this place, we subjoin
the following facta : In the year 1 8 1 H, Cberaw
(then Chatham) contained a Store, three or four
dwelling houses, and thirty or forty inhabitants.
It was incorporated in l.-.JO, anil now contains ;
an elegant Academy, a I'rintiug F.stabli .bni nt
from which issues a weekly paper, four houses
of ICntertailiinent, thirty Stores, a considerable
number of dwelling bouses and at least 100) in
habitants. Two large Steam Boats and a vur'n ty
of small craft are employ ed in na igatiug the
river; one Steam Boat plies directly between
Cberaw and Charleston, and the other beta ecu t
t - . ... l.l I.I 4 . ' . t.. .. I
( jr,;eioiiaiiii i.neruw, cai.n ooai rai run ironi
(i'Ki to KOU bales of cotton a tri, '1 Br Steam Boat
I'ce lh-e has pertormcd the entire trip troui Che
raw to tieoretow u and back in four day s. lu.
ring the last season about 14,0 it) Iale3 of cotton
were sent from tbi place, and during this -.ea-
son it is computed, from the present purchases, j edge 1 1 hii moral and tiions rbara'-tcr, tngttlu r
tint 20,000 at least will be sent to marki t with a j with aiiiple tt-stitiioitialst.f bis talei ts a id li-am-variety
of other produce. Ibe resouirts efiing, we have toll eonli len e that he x ill prou
Cberaw Irom the back country, are not inferior 1 !o'h an aide and a sin ci-silul u her.
to that of any inland Tot u bet wet n liii hmon.l j N'odei ts jre here prepare. I lor any class in
( Y'ir.) and Augusta (Ceo,) Arrangements have , coih , beiiie f ii ored a itb the use 4 an exec.
been made to throw abridge over the Ibw r,
and the Mail Iluutea have been so altered us to
commodate the place. The site of the Tow n
;s ceV4tcd) a;ry a(Hj cumm.uiding.
JMHN I AYI.OU Jr.
J.xiKS Cfl l'. '
.rn.'t.A- 'Ae CAuAnm Tuva Cmnpunij.
7iiFiMry 2il, IH23. eopt l7
' 1' v W u v iwj; u sn s s .
filMk khT,h. r r. si.erlfi.llv inform the t'.d. '
JL kciis of Salisbury ami its vicinity, that he
carries on the 'FAIl.tilNti BCSINEsS in the
store bouse of Mr. Thomas I odd. He will v. ork
on the moil n aumable terms that cmi he desir.
eiL and liiie. bv ! attention, neat in s and
,i, soatdi. that be will merit a slcn of public
putrtmage. Ho alio flatters himsi I! that be can '
t;Vc tatislltctii.it to thou tbat tj.uv '.h-asc to c -ill :
upon him, at any time, w ith their custom. Clean-1
ing and repairing old clothes will be duly attend-'
ed to, at short notice.
N. B. Produce will lie received lor work, snrti
as corn, (lour, pork, bacon, tallow, het-an ax, but-
ter, and such as suits the market, ami a gent rous
1 ' lorderrd by the court, that publication be nude
Yaae x)V Vl V)mS0Mvsix c.ks'surc.inU, in the West, rnCaruh-
r. i man, printed in Salisbury, that the th tccUii's
SVUV !app,ar at our next court r Pleas and Ju.rt.-r
4 1.1. th isc persons who have lawful demandt . -ion. to be held for the county of Cam, at
i ag.inst the estate of Dav id Wo,;, urn. , the Couitdlouse in S.disS.irx, on the 3d M-ntlav
deceased, arc hereby requested to make them of May next, and then and there pleail, ails u-r
known to the adniinis'rator, on or b fori- the ' "r demur, or judgment w ill betaken pro cun-
21st day of May next, so that he f ay 1m-pre-1 fe.' against thv m, and 1 -etii.tm be brant cx
pared to make settlement as lar as the e-cate in
ills hands may be sulhcit nt. As he wishes to
make a linal settlement of uid etaO- at next
May court, he hopes all will avail themsi b s t.f
VA. 20, 1S.'.V-
Jy )ivs Uswi.
HI.'tiKF. AiKon ji l, on Friday , the 7th instant,
Th'imat Cm nt and ILirultM Li: ,. 1 htn.
Curtis is lit tw ecu 2S and .'J x e:ir of age, ct
J fet t 9 or Id iocht s hili, sp-.o e undo, dark hair,
long sharp nose, somewhat dark skinneil, pile'
blue, or lather grey tics thin xisaged, slow of
.speech, tlow n .k, and is fund of spir ts . h is a
i . .... . . r i . r . ..til. e.:. .
Mini tin line in unci rs, i.i i oi i,i i i. i i.iv
, r. , i , , i , i i i , ,..r
left hand, wh.eb laal.ttle cr:.. I.e.! ai.d't.rT. .
;ail'l toll ll:tms is a ton raoiv large uouu-u
i . t.- .,,i. ii. i i t . I .,!
n.a'i. a oout 5 let t l'l or 1 1 in lies I I'.i, t erv tla k
"". ' "sti ' ...
niu! itto, lieleen..J and .i.i tears c a';c. ll.ir-
ris isn.,t.-.liV;;owh.r.hreJki..g j.lls t...a
broken Siteral in the we stern part of this state.
l.'an. i toil Hams is a toh raldv l.i;e liiHitetl
Thoiiias Cunls is cliat-td xviih the nmiderol
Haniilton Harr is charged with basing com
mitted a rape.
A reward of 5,100 will be given for the appre.
.. f .. rtC .... II , A .hMMlt
helision of Harri-s that I get hold of them.
JOsF.Pil MF.Dl.KV, Shf.
Frhvay 9, 1 b !d. tM4
ftVtti? oV" .Yt.vtt.-l'nvnUna,
(SOl lif of Pit as and tiuartcr Messictis Janu.
J ary Term, 18'23..'..!.nry Hyerly, r. Philip
t.anluer and Barbara bis Wife, Ucorg" Ivephy
and Caty his wilt. M n'lica ('ollins and ClirUtina
bis wit-"... .Petition for Dower. It appearing to
the sati'laction of the court, that Philip t.aldntr
and Barbara bis wile, tieorge Kepley and Caty
his wife, Murtbea Collins and Christina his wife,
are inliabittmts of another state ! It is therefore
()n!,rr,l, that publication be made fur three
weeks in thu Western Carojinian, that the ii. -
lentlahts muieur at the neM court to be held, hu
said rnimtv, on the fourth Mondav in April next,
then and there to ph ad, answer r tlemur, oth
erwise the petition will he lirrivd ex parte.
A copv lium the minutes.
l. mock. c. r. r
'IVIE subscriber having taken a partner
1 mercantile estubli'Jiuii nt in Concord, (
rus county, takes this method of infonmnjrth'BHj
indebted to him, that they v. ill confer a particular
favor by paying a part, at h ast, of their accounts
and note on or before the fu jt d..v of May next.
Those who fail to comply with this notice, will
not, I hope, he displeased if tbi v should have to
pay costs. HMIltl.NtiF.lt.
The business will in future be continued in
the same house, under the (inn of I'. Barringer
&. t o. where we are now receiving a general
assortment of Dry Cood, Hard-Ware,, Cutlery,
Crockery and dioccriei; all of which will he
sold at scry reduced price for cash only. 'I'hihf
who have thtt article to exchange for or.h as we
have, are invited to call and bulge lor them
selves. I. BAKHlVu-iU Li CO.
Cuntard, FJ. 2.5, 1H2.1. 4V4o
V v lvwtfc Vinl tvtvviumt ut ,
Jit Irnngtoil, DilridiOil Cri. .V. ('.
HI). HOCNSAVIEI.E, ut the Bed llou-e,
will be thankful if trnsellei i and others
call. Brivacy and his best endeavor to actum
module are promised for a reasonable con-tid-c-ra-ti-oii.
March, 1S2.T -wt'51 '
rjlll I", trustees would hereby acquaint the pub
I be, that this Araih uu, situated in York
liistriei, C. and near to the mountains, con-
tinnes in a piseuieni'is and g.'oinj; utate ; ami
whilst t!e y expre-w their Lra'.itiide for ibe lib.(
ei.d patronage it has h.-ien f, t re.ve 1, they
would htither s'ate, that in consi (lUviu e J tin:
.ii i ,i ,
lu-i sent ti acher a mtended cnioval, tiny have
ingagid-Mr. V ,lli,u, II. ).,vis, a gradac of
the I nivi r.itv of Xoith t'.irohna, t. imdcrtAc
as n aclu r, t i the 1st of May hex'.. This I
. ' I . . I ..- 1 ' ... I - . I
.hum is iniiiee e gn e, iiai noi.e coin;; in pii e '
-1i'Llreit ut thin ioH'i.o.'iort. o. t he Tiri vi nte.lliv
.1....1... c .I'Ji""1' "
p,;,,,-,,, ,1 '
We 'arc a!i h ipny to . thai from a p-roii.
al ac.i'aiiiiai.ce w eh Mr. l aCn, Irons a kitoa).
lent m of (,1'i'iim, and le r- alter u .11 have the
use i f t'u F.ueycli'p'dia Biitannica ; which vat
liable xt i rk is presented to the Aeadt my by a
word y pattern of bcm-volcm e and I. lend of
In point of health and morality, a jir ferahle
sit'ialinii cannot roba!dy be finiiid in the slate.
Boarding is v5 per annum. Tuition, (or Can
gouges and Sci, nces, S- Vcr annum ; for Ku.
;lisi (.raititliar ami (e('gr.ipht, S'Jt a lid for
" r,"".c ' in'1 "i.um nt, ?)U.
Signed by order of the Hoard,
JAs. s. ADAMS, .S-cVt.
m-.'ir 2 lS 'J. 6tj
SVui'. nV .VovWx-l'uviiVina,
BOW AN (.'Ol N I V.
OCBT of Pleas and t;-i;.rti r ,esions, lb-
r,..n H, i.umy If-'1'. i;..l,.lt, k..l...
illis Harbin, and Ann his w it'.-, the heirs at law
of Sally Woodfork, Samuel Davis, lasila
Franklin, Susanna, Webecca, sin! Don a.s Krrby ....
I'ltitmn, J.iwcr, It appeanngtn tin: satisl.u -tmn
of the court, that the W b-ndat'ts, Vilhs Hiiiiu,
ami Ann Ins wile, the heirs at law ol Sally
Wm.,!r.,rk. Ssamtnl Daviv and S:.mu, 1 K. -rbv.
i are rot inhabitants of this state, it U then I' re
j . ( JXO. (.ILKS C. C.
i f-wt'l't Pn c a S , ; .
ftlttVc cV VtivWi-V.'ttvuWutt,
pot HI' of PI a, and quarter Sessions Feb. i
' flan Se'ns 1H... Saiiiiu.1 Jones and..
Andrew Hunt n. Henry It. Shelton Original
a'.tai him nt h xied on IT? Si ns t;t land, on
t)..ttbii.art Ciei k. l! apveari-.g ta th- satisfac.
'.'.on of t!ie cciiyt, that the deb mlaiil is not an
i inhabitant of this Mate, il is thcti fore ordered,
at publication be made for six V ceks Succes-
MMiy, mine i esirrn wroiimai., prinuu in j
the lU-fetidant be and appear be.
uttw Fl as(iudtj,iartcr sessions
f ' '
I o re
i , , ,,. , r .i.. t
in or iu i.i lor iiic i otiniv tt io an, iic , 'n -
.. - . ,,,-, (lh.uv ii. 1av
ie county ot How an, at trie t nun
mrv. on the third Momlav in May
tiext, t H n ami tlu-rr to plead ordt inur, ir juilg
t ... . r .
nientwil be entered aaiiut him acconhng to-
. i i
' ' ' " JNO CUTS,
I - ' '
1 he High Bred and Celebrated Fad-Cettcr
ITNF, sum I, upwards of
16 hands hitch, lianiUonic.
iJtjbjIjt&JLin muscular power, vill
siu .i on ensuing season at Concord, every Fri
il, and Saturday j and at Wilfcam tmcrn nV,
in 'the lotttr tdge of Ircdc'Jeouttty, nnp mile
west of Ctuhlle-Crcek nieetiiKr-hinise, every
Mondav nd ruevlay, except when shewn at
puM'c places ; iiluVtiiuatTlO accident! cxerpted.
He ill he let to nmres at the moderate price of
len dollars the Season, which P ay discharged
with 8 at any time hi fore the first tf October t
fo e dollars the single leap, to be paid at the time
i f service; and fifteen tlollars to insure a nmi-e
tube with foalj parting with the mare te-feits
the insurance. . -. ,
Florae!, a a foal-getter, isetpialed hy fc and
t xei lied hv no horse wlueli may he seen lv
j reference to the Land bills autre the eertiR.
rate! are signed by a number of the most re
I spectable eitistensof Halifax, relative to biscuits
and the performance of h.s stock, ami other par-
t .eiilars i also Ins petPirree. 1 ne season to com-
io nee the 20th of M trch, and tnd the 2uth til
.luK . c. i-nn hh.
The mituii-rtj rJUm id Jtibilc woi iliip
,tc ko iiumeroti . o, so olnious tbut tbty
lisivc not cscupid i' c i; tice of Ihe u.ost
careless tcct iWr. This iiistittniu of
heaven lias u iJiief.t and potteil'ul Lvjiing
upon almod t viry ititctest i,f niiii, , a
sot i.il, ra'.ioiial, iiioi al and ittni.oital btinj;.
l ew tbirir; have a (jrcater i (lui iice over
ibc IVieinJly ificctiotis of the heart, tlmti
a reoiil.ir attcrulatice ut th; hotoe ( (od.
U'hrii around the public altar, and min
gling 'itir prayers and praises to com
mon I'ahknt in lic;ittn, we can liarlly
f. il of rttcivintj a dffj) and pradical itp
ptessioiK that wt ate i! connected by the
stiofi ties ol universal btotlieihoorl.
sympatliy for our fellow. vi orshippu is
dw.ikencd , and otdcr, and h.uniony. vi d
(lieiidsbip ill sex ic-ty , are ii ncc asaty
nod ftjiiuiianeotia rt-auit. I here is w so
ciul ii.ttrr nurse a tnini.;linj; of fl's-f lions
in t tic leuiple of Jehovah, which lot in a
fijtit Ii i'rotigpr bond of union jtir.nnjr men,
Ibuti any thing which iexuit d inasst rn
(die of tiisiijiati'in or panics of picture.
I lit; house ol (iod, too, is a school of in-
tc llii; nee. Jit-re subjects are flisinised,
aiu! if I he tnini iter ot the rrvoel Im! fjoal-
jf, ,,. ie jj, a mj,,,cr ui( ol.-ted
I . ,ili.,i,.i , , ,
rtWuketi aiiil tn 'u ;e itic tilinit st iw
. . ,, .' " , ,
' of l.ilclltxt. J be htniuut niiitcl Da
Lt'ticrully atdinrd IU JtiOsl l,oious
-.row th, and valuable ilifrmali.l 'as
Jt , , jjjost eXttli-lvely 01 (I J-e'l l: 1 1'ubil
wbeir this institution of mi ba
Ibettl pitquily icvetetl. I ftat. the pl.t t.
j al lil'-t-dlts of the Wo. Id Is '.It u rm ,n. ort
I 'lie instruc iol.s untl ot ciinani es s) b't ti be-
lotio to public aoiship, lias banilv VCP
been denied. A sinuous conimui.it y t.n
no where be found upon the ,ioo- ex
cept in those puc ishete the people jS
sciiiiilf with consttentiout itiiifi.tx hr
the t!utic wtiuh ate iept'ned f tl.y;n.
Heathen ctitititrits ate proveibially '.in
dotitd and degraded ; and those p.-n-i of
thtistcndoin in wnich little or no .n tn
lion ! paid to the Sabbath, appioxirn ,o
to the degradation and .ibando'imi ot of
Dm this he.vrnly institution i-, bv too
nuny, treated with praciic.l neglect It
might be supposed, that pi oftssois of le
liljion would surmount almost tvery ob
stacle in order to visit the house of C.otl
! upon the sabbath. lJutaUs: lnolons
I excuse often robs them of all the Mess
lings of the sanctuary. Some slight in
! deposition which is sure to vanish be-
; lute the light ot Monday inorntng or n
i little " cloud not biirp.ct thsn a man's
! hand." istleennd St) adequate ajolngy
j f)r ..ci-ritc f.om the assembly of I ho
saints. Alas, how ran stuh persons de
... i .-i i ...,:.
U,;ll " tlUK n It Itmianon mine M'ig-
dom of heaven ? Sonif who in ke no
profession of religion, ?re i-'t ly ser in
,,,e ,)(1USC ot While the s-inrs -re
. . r , , ,- ,,,,,i,;, i,
'"K" . ' " I'"""1 ",h ' A"l
, -e seeking their pleasures. , at.ei.o.ut;
, to their "i ,,. busl.iess. As lo the m, the
,r,t tti. ri is built in vain- in vain, lus
(-j,,Jsl plif( hased -...lv-lioii for slni.tt s
j lhr mreni;cr 0( tl,e
icn s proclaim the grace ef God to in in.
j nid i
a'e ' .'i. The most srnsibla
e to .bate the VSi-TH is ("eatb. ' t'O
ti.iiih L :S.e hes, teiui.-t of Mo'alitf : tu-
. . tfcfl- , ,fte ,ifccr . ,lis
, . . , . ,
Is ttie m.'tl WHO ar uniui neu neap iioii
heap, lie hvs upon ricl.cs5ee fexs fyu-Hs
cr.t lo e birn. ,.nd a fe" fptre inches of
cut ib ront.dn him. Studs .mbi ion in the
giaxe of that cnterptizing mn; sec hi
noble designs, hit extensive projects, hu
t'OflH'kS CXpetlUnts, re Ml halttrfd
and sunk in tins f.tta! gti'ph of human fuo-
jet is- Appioaih (he tcma sd the pioud
man, nnd there iuxetiUgaie ptldcj see the
ntojlh that pronounced lofty ciprr ssiuns
cotult tuned to the silent Riavt ; the pier
cing rye that convulsed thest erhl iii fear
voveicd with a miiliiighl j;lootn 5 the fr
niid dde . tin that t'.istri'iutt-d the r.csti
oirs of maiikinc), viihoot motion or life J
Co to the tomb of the nobleman, und
there Mudv tpiality : bcho!d hit nunili-
1(1,1 I nies , ni l 1 vv vi i'""
ing inscttptions, his learned cnralotcs,
ate nil n"f r KoinK to lie lst in the
same iliist 1 . Siiidy voluptuousness at the
grave of tne voluptuous: see his sense
(kMiovfd; Lis organs broken to picirs,
his bones scattered at the grave's motitl
and the whole temple of sensual picas
ttrcs subvvrlcd from its foundation. .
A Then we reflect, how few there arc,
fur vv-hf m vce have an unqualified es
teem, we are not to be surprist tl that
vo few have n unqualified esteem for
Imported 'hrat.. The ship Majjret,
uriixttl at Nrwork from Liverpool, has
brought about lr:f inns cf Tnlish Wbea;
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