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utsim, Dtxi.itrir.uo, ih.m.
In. addition la the proceedings of l,hc
fjt gitUturt which we have copied from
the Raleigh papers, we leart) from corres
pondents, that, on Friday, a proportion,
tit brought forward in the Lt gWUturt to
yepf tl tbe present electoral law, and res
tart th old plan of choosing bj dutricli.
e do hot believe, however, that t ma-
jority p( the ejjltljgrf wjll sntkn the
.above proposition j for we art sure tbey
have too Mgh i regard for" the Tntrtevtst
ht wel'ht, end the respectability of the
State to fritter away her oe, end tbds
- sfeWoV-her lftBal (he Uoloo."r
We alto learn that the Governor, the
w-eretarv of StatCi the Treasurer, end 1
the Comptroller; were all re elected on
Saturday without opposition. Alto that
Joseph WiKon. '.(. wai re-elected So
Iki'or jthe 6b Judicial circuit) without
The State H.n ol Noith Carolina hat
dertarrd a dividend of 4 per cent, on the
Capital atotk, for the last half year, pay
able at the piinripd bank on the Ut dav
of Dcrember, and at the teveral branchca
fifteen daya thereafter.
NATION L JOt ltVAL.
We have received three or four ofthe
'flrit numhert ofthe above paper, puMUh
ed by Mr. Force, in Wathington (!ity.
In national politic, it tupporta Mr. Mamt
for President ; but apart from itt political
bht, it app.-art to ut todeierve, and we
are pretty certain will eventually receive,
in extensive patronage throughout the
union. We know Mr. I'orce to be a man
of considerable talent, and of unrired in
dustry and perteverance. Hit paper
ahewa at much tvttem and a;ood arrange
ment aa an pe-iodical journal in the
country : betide a suitable quantity of
editorial matter on variotit aubjects, and
judicious telectiont of foreign, domestic
and miscellaneous intelligence, the pa
per containa well written original reviews
ofthe latest books publishceV
Copioul extracts from the' proceeding
of the General Assembly will be found in
our paper . ihi: week-A.-free people
should alwaya have a fair view of what
their public servant are doinjf, that they
may be enabledto judge of them from
their actiont, instead of their prtfeuiont.
Kothtng is more common than complaints
that the Legislature is " doing nothing."
Thts aiiscs measurably from a want of
information, with the great mass of the
people, of what their representatives are
doing, and partly from too crude ideas
w legtstattoni rt ' vert-- rtronewti
opinion, entertained by great many,
that the peculiar merit of legislation con
tists in there being much of it. Now le
illation operates upon the political con
siitution, much the same as medicine does
upon the constitution of the natural man t
too much of either will enervate, rather
In the House of Representatives ofthe
Legislature of Georgia, Mr. Adams, the
republican candidate for Speaker, has been
elected, by a majority of one vote over
Mr. Daniels, the Crawford candidate, not
withstanding the latter had the advantage
of being Speaker last year.
tilt, contains a splenetic editorial article,
tTiat paper with a abort paragraph which
was the production of one of its corres-
"TondfBis. The good sense of the vete
ran editor of that paper, we think, ought
to have viewed the miatake we made in
opylng the article alluded to, with mote
liberal feelings, and noticed it with a lit
tle more comity. But we cannot believe
so uncharitable a temper is habitual with
that experienced editor i we would rather
l believe that,Ji. ill-natured accusation
Jjoinst us, was the production of a vapor-
; joys ft wonted humor, he is a potern of
'liberal sentiment and fraternal feeling.
The Editor of the Republican ery
H knows it is a common practice with
HHshera of papers, to credit literary
productions to the papefa in which they
first appear, arid to. affit the signature, ;
fjhere e? eny. , But if the ltor would
r '. a !i'i 1'iii.r, in tV.t ff V
tween cary an ! f,lt!cvt art r 1st, we tan
only tiy, in a borrowed diaiirh,
" Ti$ llrttnri tUtl turh ilftmr User litii i,
" 'Twist l0rtMfJum imJ imUlnU !
Whether there was any aignature to the
communication in the Republican we are
not able to ley, a the paper it raia!ald I
but if there wat one, our not adding It to
the it tiract, wet purely an Inadvertence.
It it certainly a f rtlgn fiom our iny
clinatlon to mitrrpmrnl the viewi of any
editor, at. It la rtptignant to our principle
.iht all'i Ut In polities, we therefore
cheerfully undeceive the rcadere of our
paper, aa to the sentiment of the t ditor of
the Pctefiburg Republican t the following
InrcIenVnot a legitimate cognation ofhTs,
but the production of tome one of bit
1 he position of Mr. Calhoun it a pe
culiar one. Where he It not fiMt, he it
almott evcrv where tecond7lDa ailua
lion it an1.(outio that 0r the illuMiioutj
Athenian cneral, after the victory of
.t.m5. a:-..i. . Jt.t.J
........... .w..,.w.ru..w..... .
Greekt, the namet or (wo orthe ;enerat.
who, in their opinion, had rendered the
mmt (littitiruuhfd ericct to the torn
I mon caute in that ulariout anion, were
inscribed. It Is well known that ofthe ten
generals, earn auwniied hi own name
firfl)iit that all but fhemittorlet tub
tcri!ed the name of Themittoclct ao
AS WF. F.XI'F.CTF.n!
The Cafr Fmr Hrcordcr, printed in the
town of Wilmington, in thit Siate, hat
long been u haliinjj between to opiii-
iont," on the aubject ofthe PretidcncyJ
' it, quandary wat, whether to tide with the
People, or to vield to the ceatlets impor
tuhities, the flatteries and threats of a few
busy purtiunt of the radical candidate
It hat at length taken a stand againl the
voice ofthe State, and is now advocating
the raute of a party whose principles and
aeiioni are at war with our dearest rijthtt
as freemen, and incompatible with the
safety and permanency ofthe free insti
tutions of our country.
We are well aware of the Recorder's
motive for supporting Mr. Crawford'a
pretensions the same inducements have
been held out to us, as to the Recorder ;
ibe radicals hare kept' a cominnat'butt
about our eara ; they have cajoled end
flattered, and even threatened, with a hope
of inducing us to abandon the cause of
the people and adrocare the pretentions
of the patron of their party. But as they
begin to discover ibatwe were bom,
raited and educated a tuft" necked Ameri
can freeman, determined not be bandied
about by political jugglers, they have
mostly " ceased from troubling" us.
Thit, M not th-flrTT-trrn-71tirireTeTT
that the Recorder has afforded internal
evidence of the facility with which it mar
be warped to suit the views of pattizmv
bovr- unhallowed tWr. . aletigna. -I
appears by an extract, published in the
Fayetteville Observer, that, in the sum
mer of 1819, the Editor of the Rtcorder
published an Editorial article on the sub
ject of Contention, in whit h it was stated,
that " our system of representation is no
toriculy incorrect " and that the monstrous
incongruity of the "minority governing
the majority, existed in a government-
claiming to be republican ! Such whole
some doctrine, as might be expected,
created a terrible ferment in the murky
region of New Hanover. The wise men
of those parts bristled up about the Editor,
and told him, in a tone that sounded to
the bottom of his fiocket, that hia doctrine
M4u1$V.3ii W'0'"y?u rnut 08 re
Mtroredr &cv Wh ereup6ftr hlnb7
editor (who, like potter's clay, could be
nounce hia heresy, and swallow hia own
worda ; and baa given abundant evidence
of his sincere repentance, in the zeal with
which he has labored to spread the doc-
trie ef non-reform.
The newspapera of North-Carolina are
now fairly divided upon the Presidential
quettapn t three radical, and nine anti-
radical. Now" "we think it liberal calcu
lation to aayrthat the- supportera f.-Mv
Crawford in the : State will bear jm
about the same proportion to the whole
population, aa the three newspapers which
advocate hia pretensions do to the tweke
in the State. Therefore, ee 3 is to 12
newspapers, so ia 108,478 to 433,912
white freemen in Korth-Caroliru ! .
Napoleon Bonajferte, during hia mili
tary career, fought fifty pitched lattlcs
ten more than Cae'aa
Cittm tbt !.! Set of !it new jp!t.!
hating T'i way la price, a trry f.i t tk't
butirir it an June, lit chief rr ' t t i were
01 TuralaV, We.Wly, ant lU.ir'.,, at
dr I n 4 cmt on ar I'alarwl, '"h Went
off firi-U al IS a 16 cents a few Nub. Cr
oi na at I3 rents. AimsoU reini a wee
a-!i at I) ccnti, and nil I'pUaU al It I)
fenta. At I!m price of new and U Clum art
m near each otiter, we ahall htrtaftrrmut the
, Ctitiirraw, Kr, ?4.
Ct1-r-Th ttceni atrmmta (ntmt.ntftnd
l-t artiugUthe jnarkcti tua comlitida'iiUv
we hart rA hrn nf my txUs ctritit a few
in at II Cf n't. Wi tii inwnrJ I) a It f enta
M air q'"fiiont for 'plan k, 1 mbkh yncrait
it likely the anarU-t will open, liri hual
Aa It rttumf I. ' CmKt.
rwa. iif mi-ke. ron'inert li frtltNcf.
f. ct if ihr afit.-" tba cUU ra, bn h:fVn
frn bneiis Itryan I a "V limited rxrnt, tn'
huhlrp iul I ait ai a aliliimat ti'turrmrnt in
1 " i n'''"n.liM(( ahidi. mf thai j.'U
b'P h,Tr P- of d-irina; h- wrrk--
Thrw wt w aoilaiiim in Cm-... i,r.th
WB-mfof ,vih, tothr ffrn' of J or 4 W
, hjrtf .j rr-rt,u (MwUy) aW th wn
i q-inti w tkr W thi' haa n hn-ifnU
I l'el up b any ba!ifw on the tti ol apm-
' ttrn or dealers aiI tSe aiirle in Wie perral
known it. fvr to fwl lair t'plan.1 im it
no helil at Hj J to 9 J. bt a-1 lm fln.l imfN
at riea pnert, wliK-h at one penny fret)frt "!
rtrWiire of par, will only pruduco ll-9u;ta. to
Slave Trade. Capt. Maekar, of the
hrig Alexander, arrived at ILd iiet't Hole
from Africa, inarms, that during the laat
year bo' one vettel engaged iA the tlave
trade, appeared on the CoJtt of Africa to
the SoM'h of the Equator, while hereto
fore he rut never seen lett than 10 or I?
vetsels ented in that disgraceful irafTic,
Africa Accounts from Siem Leone
are 'o September I. The Ashantee ne
groet were approaching Cape ( o.itt jn
great numbers, with the in'en'ion of ma
king an attack on and plundering that
Colony. Sir C. M"Carth wat to di'ecl
the opera'iont ag-Int them, and Copt .
Laing had collected a forre of 7000, prin
cipally natives, to resist the AtKanters..
.Two or three native Kings have btr-U
been deposed in Africa, and other persons
placed on their thrones. A'at. Journal.
Prom the Ttaltimo'e American.
Firaey On her patsage frtm Burba
does for 1 urliVrtIa"hcT," 1Te boonef
Charles Sidney of Newbury port wat loar
ded, off Porto Rico, by a piratiral srhoon
trof about tSxw tons and full of tncn
she was fobbedpf all her specie, Bmnyi.t
ing to upwards of Jtfiy thuuiand dollan,
besides wearing apparel, stores, jV.c...
A letter from Cn. Snelling, is publish
ed in the St Louis papers, from which, it
would appear, that (he Auricutee nation
of Indians have suffered more severely in
the late attack upon them by the Ameri
can. iroops than was ant'u ipaletl. iLip.
pears that, at the Mar-dan Villages, there
ere upwards of an hundred Indians
wounded in that actinn Nat. Intel.
ZV. DiAvsruWp. ..... I
Uur rortesnonocnt at Liverpool, under
dote ef the lOili rlt. informt Ua that capt.
P-rrv, with the N. W. discovery ships,
had anived off Whitby, all well except
the loss office meru pnthout bring able to
penetrate far a on hi former voyage.
Aew- 'ork paper.
The celebrated Virginian hone
n, who lot the sreat purse Ust year, at
New-York, has lost a race this far, in V ir
trinia, having been beaten by h sister
The returns of the Pennsvlvanh elee-
lion are rompirie, nu K"r 'i
...I Iti .
007 votes ; of which Mr. bhulze hna 8?,-
907, and Gre 64,100; majority 2i,805.,
A rneeungof AJPrr
son, N. J. has appointed a committee to
prrpa.c a a? v"-;"-1, :
IIICIIUIIIWIIl w ...... .
throughout the U. State? on the subject
A Piblg Society, auxiliary to the Gen
eral American Institution, has beer or
ganized at St. Augustine, of w hich Cov
Duval M President, and C. VV. Ptrpall
and E. Gould, Eaq'ra. Director!.
Tbi o-reaf iipum mill at Cincinnati.
Ohio, owned by Oliver Ormsby, or Pitta
burg, Pa. was destroyed by 6re on the
niht f Monday, the 3p& instanU-
1 hi immense buUdw
nea high. . The whole of the machinery;
oss is estimated at one nundrecLlrj,QUsanS.
dollars, eithtf thousand of.wbich.is sus
tained b? Mr.OrmsbT-Anrionayoarna.
, FINE THREAD.
OneT rtnnre of fine Klahders thread hft"
been sold in London for ; stich an ounce
made into lace may be aold for 40, which
is tto timca the price ef standard gold,
weight for weight. t ft-
Frtnt the hf)8 (Vr M'a
, The tri 'pain may be contldertd at
at an end arid the French troop, after a
cainpaiun of til montht, will probably et
their Chri.tmat dinnar in Frnte. The
Spanlah king it al liberty, and free to
bettow on Spain any conttbutlon he may
Choote. Thit done, the French comman
der are bound by their word of honor to
quit Spain. The eight or ten fortrette
which have so manfully held nut agtinst
the Invadets, will very likely hw ordered
V the king to open their gate, and will
oliey. The peace rtw front" Spain foe a
me mutrbe nearly in'ertstlnr at thrtrf,itf,'tr, wb-wo fkty a.-
i... i. I A ereiU of aa. I nr j eara il te tifrr.a
r nswt im wen. ........ - !
Mr. Sfretaef faW arrive.1 In tl.ll t Ify
yettenlay from I'irpm i and w tirvlrratand,
haing nearly reewercd hit hraltty will t-y
Wime tbe'daree5 Of tlie Jullca nf Ma'ulTa;
The, of the Intelligence, n anvwer the
S. T. rario, ohrtbae Mr, Hterritry Crawtorl
il d'nt hav a thtt aa ho paad tlio VvWaWt
cn.tRir.sTox rnicr.v, a. :4.
f otton, tl. I.lan.1, 2J loTj, 'Tn. ct A.1 to
Hi B.rrtee, It to 24 1 thort aante, tJ to Ifij
Kiee, priite, R1 1 Inferior to god to Jji
Wlilakrv, (I't nnttlvania) 37 J Ca. N. K. H'MO,
36 to 17 , Anrle llraMly. 33 to 34 ela. i ToHae.
eo, Krntiifkv, (M orgia, fettev;lte, fce. 2) to
4 IW-etwa,3l lo 3J eefitti Talkw, 7 nrrt,
Ituvtrtfi Mesa, lut No. 1. 8 J i prime h No. 2, 6 to
7 i Maekarel, No. 2. 3 ( No. 3. 4) i ltaeon.8 to
1 J cta.i ll.mslla 14 1 fjinl.0to Hi HagrinrT.
Urnvlf r k Invenie, (4? ineh) 24 a 25 eta. i C"r
niar Mraixlv 1 13 a 1 75 rer rl.l MolUml Gin, VS
to II') e't. fx-r gallon t lorn, Kutaa ti Kveda,
4 to 4 J I Jt.i. j Kngl'ah 3 Halt, I jvernfwd
coarae, 33 a5ra. per lnn!ieli rurkt lalaml,
38 a 60 1 Hujrar, Havana White, 12 to 14 1 ttrown,
to 8 i Mtiacotadu, R t II i t. Croix II a
HI i N. rlran, 10 to 1 ( Itferior. fl to 9
Krfinrd Ixal iirr, 16 to ?U CViffre, heat gwen
23 rt. i Infer. In goI. 2) to 2.1 ea. 1 ea, llv
an 95 In 105 C. per Ih.i Itum, Ja n. 95 to 1 JO
ft, per aT1!-1 liwta. r5 rt i MoTaasea, tt ,
I.) 25 to 26 eta. We 1'epper, 20 ett.i llmen
to, 25 .
Nonh ramlna Hank ftilK tj to 2 per eent.
dia. ;eorn flank Itil'a, 1 to 1 per eent. (lia.
i . i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 in n -r.r ii -n
In PavIiVn ennrty, on the 23d u!t. by ffm,
Wivman. r.Kj. Mr. tlolwrt If. Wood, to Mitt
h' on the 4th ln. hr t'te same, Mr. Ilen
drrson W' laon, to Mia U-J lleilrlek.
Ii th'a eonntr, on the 39th ultimo, Samtrl
Creiiton, F.a'prre, aired 50 years. He waa a
man tins" ewtrse of life wat a confirmed aeriea
of pnrtiral pKvlneM to hia f.milv, ami utefuh
nesa to hia neiirnbnrs. Hit loaa will he aenaibly
felt Vy" themV'aml flii eonWunTtyat large. "
At hit rtsi'lence in Mecklenburg county, N.
C on the 19tb of. October laat, Jh tnJrit,
t-sq. In the 39th year of age. To reacue
fw obSvion Uia hero, the patriot, and the aage,
and to encourage the emulation of the virtuea of
derwrrod.wprthiea, are among- the peculiar obi
jeeitnf biography. Thia commnnicatinn has an
humbler purpoae t yet it will not be altogether
without aome degree of uaeflilneaa, if the frienda
and family of Mr. Kendriek ahmdd be inJuoed,
by thit brief memorial of one who knew and ap
preciated, and reverenced him when living, to
venerate hit virtuet, to form Their characters
and manner by the example he once presented
to them, and to perpetuate the name of their
departed friend and rather, by the aame courae
pf uniform prudence, unaasuming good aente, I
indelible intrgn'y, trana noapitaiity, ami evan-
gclical piety, which be eierciaed during life, and
the latter of which he ao eminently diaplayed in
hit death. fcancaieiTta
At Grareaenct, ($. Y.) Mr. Hutirrrt Stitlwrtt,
arcd 78. It it a remarkaL V (act, that he haa not
been off hia own farm for more than 40 years.
No perauasiona or indueementa coutJ move bia
reshitio:i in thia part.etitar, wtucn M attppoaea
to have hen eanapd,"in the firat instance, by aome
han'y determinatiim. He waa a bachelor, and
drotrd much of bit time to reading and study,
pnwenaing a alrong mind, a memory aifgularly
retentive, to much aoatto be often consulted in
doubtful ca. a. He was pleaaant in hia manners,
very fond of company ami conversation, and ap
narentlv aa we acnuumtwl with tne city ana
cuunirr in ma nciifiiiiuiuuuu u u uc uau iwn;
.. 1.1 i. i r l. ...II..
- - . - - -
II lie, that in conaeqtience ot the much. la.
ihe list been ob rod to return to Kowan, and
now ttxumra tTwa offiee fonnerlr
"A :yrfloorif :: where be wiH bo fwmL toaitc mlto
adli of patient in the various branches of hia
profettion. Jtee. 7, - QJ
TIf ILL" be aold at public aale, on Thursday,
f I - the 18tb day..ot December next, at tho
U'e residence of John Kemlhclt, dec'q. all the
illed nronerty of aaid decM consiatinr of a
number of r aluafcle AVrwea, a large quantity of
corn and foilder, horart, cattle, bogs, aneep, a
team of large well broke mules, a quantity of
. " ' a a . , a , a- I
ftrk, one waggon -ana narnrw, lanning woia,
The sale will commence at 10 o'clock, and
continue from dity tor dar,Tontil 'lirniau;"'T
llW-.ttw4cji.,wUt be given. .
AW 25, 18C3. . 2t84 .
Estate of Hector K:HiqTir
ALL those w ho have demands against tne es
tate of Hector K. Harris, dee'd. will pre-
sent them for payment at or before the twenty,
aecond day of October next, or thia notice, with
that of December, ls23i which was riven agree.
ably to laws will be pleaded in bar of their re
cover i and all indebted to. aaid estate must
make immediate payment. I ! ' - i ?
Ctha'rrm Ctuntv, Vet. 1, 18A SUSt
0X t' a tl'i!rrt ut tfi frr teti'! r.l.i
a I Irrvsrd tatl.at.'.rmtof N'.f't.. ar..:i .
t'.f aatfl at t!. iT.ft U.t W rrtr C i,n
prr twenty rrnta,
Toolirap Writing I'npiT,
I.t(lt anlo at tin effice, by t)a rrain, at thrrtf
dull f I'errcam. ,
Vnlil.ililrt iNVtrroe for Hiilr."
1 1 7II.I. bt a14, at tha rrtift tiiv in ir,a
If burv. imi tha Urtt iltv uf Jniarr attta
three or fur va'uaJle ami lit t ly .N ' blpg
lag to the ertate of ttt. Jtaa A. I'arna
. i. ...." 1 1,. ,1
with two at more at;r(t ateuri'.ra, .tbU ,
with the enmrt notei of t!ie banks In tlo Itaie
of Kobatifina i
.SmAmi4 Ula of ale wilSMt MWuttA 10 pua. . ..
chaaera. . '.'
Alan, at the aama Ume ard p'tCe. other prop
erty beloeting to sii dee'd. will be sold, on
credit which will thee b mal k nown, ,
w. 0. 121. 4tfie
Yadkin Nnvliition Conipanr
Ilf IIKMrAV4h tek onSaerlhed to-thie
If etiNUiy having, front time to tlmaj, Vera)
d-c!ared doe, and payment reo,tiiml tobe made
to the trraaurer or agenta of the Company, hf
divtra a-hert'iaemen'a In the newapapers, KiU s
1 ICR, theerfiret k hereby given, to wihaeribrre
onwhoM fnck all,of any part, of tbe 1,2,1,4, .
5, 6, 7, M, 9, oe I Jth, lns'lnent Yemain tjnpaida
that payment It required to be made on or ba
fife the 13th dav tf January, 1824. to ttilliam
Jthnn of ttnetdabomugb, Aoauaj ewinty, oe to
.lleramitr Xnbitt, fit Hw t eoonty, agents fop '
aid Company i and that tho Hork or atch tub
acrihera on which all or any part of tha above
inatalmenta remain unpaid, will on that day bo
aold at auction at tha eourt-hnuae in the town of
SaliMiry, N.C. - -?
A. D. UCBPIir.r.rreWaW.
IW. 1. 18?3. 6-B8 '
Yndkirt Navigation Companj.
117lir.Kr.sS th bondt taken by me aa an
f f ' agent i.f thit company, have bea trana. '
fcrred, by order, to Hiram Janoinga, in pamtn
of the aemintt of aaid Jennings and John llhnn, -againat
the company i and lor tho ammmt i f
which boitdt, Hiram jjenninga, foe him !f aid
John Hi ion, haa heretofore aigned rectip't 't I
the Company i which bonds hayo again been
placed in my hahfU by aaid Jenninga foe eolleOa
lion, aa hia agent. ia, then fore, hereby ,
given, that unlraa pay menu are mIe by the
third Monday of February nest, being In tho '
week of Now an county Court, or some ta'Mac
lory arrangementa to that end, that Imssediate
ly after tha tint all ouch bonds will be put in T
suit A. KKsnilT, ,'
Arml,fr If. Jemttijt, '
AV. 25, 1S21.' - PrW r
TIM inatituticn w at incorporated during the .
acaaton of the Carrara! Aasembfy in 1822, ,
U a mtw- wail 4a wh oithaatopuiaua
a course of liberal education, or audv F.nclih' '
Grammar and Geography, All branches of ed
ucati4n rrquircd fur admiaaun intocoUtre, will-
here be taught: M' e are happy in etartiig to tha i ':'
public, that a new and commodious Academy.
will be completed In I few daya, arTorrrlnf am.-
pie room for the arcomnvlatmw of aTOdentaV'lf : '
any should inquire for the character of tha place. r
we can b-iefly, but with eertalntj,' state, thai -there
are few neighborhoods in which purity of -monisiasoaTneralacharacteriaticku
perience baa proven it to be healthy in a very -"
high degree. Tha Academy la in a rural aitua. .
tiun, aii miles from Htatetviile t ao that atudente
will be meaaurably freed from temptations to -
vice. It ia convenient to church, where tnerw
h preaching atatediy. Boardinr can be had
any where in the vicinity, at aixty-five dollars -
per annum. Tuition win be twenty dollars.
There will be two sessions in the year, each
cloaing with a public esamination. 1 he firat ;
session commenced too aecond Momtiv in July.
and Cloaca me lucauay precenmg t .iirmtmaai
the aecond will beein two weeka after the closo
of the firat, ami end two weeka previous to
the beginning of the same. Due regard shall '
be paid to the conduct and morals or any boye
who anay he put under our care, and all diligence)
uaed to make complete acholara. .
Wat. A. HALL.
Iredell rtrntp, A. C. AW. 1823. t87e
ftftTtigc & llunsmatat -
R ES P EC 1 FULLY inform, the eitiiene of
baliabury and the public, that they have
taken the, ahnp lately occupied by Mr. Curtis,
Wilkinson, where they intend keeping for aale a
general aaaortment of every article in the Ene '
conaiating in part of
Gold and silver Wat hesj
Gold chains, seals and keys i t
Ear-rings, breaat pitia and finger rings , '.
Silver table, tea, muatard and aalt apoonij .
Itriltannia tea and cofl'ee pots i
CtilirpotU of .eyerr descrintion in he line i '
tojrethfjfHtlt aatortment rfyWktmf ihtdti
7 atcli arid Cloclc RepaTfm j. -
Fverr attention will be naid to the tit'ch an,f
cioca repairing Duuneaa. 1 hey aaaiire the pub-.
will be enabled to render satisfaction to all thnae.
who may favor them with their custom. Ther
have reason to believe that aome watches have
not been well repaired, during laat summer
those, therefore, whd have bad work "done, and
were not satisfied, will please return their watch
es, and they ahall be repaired free of expense..'' "-
uuH.yrn y, ytf. jaiy loaJ. - 04 r '
B. D. Rounavillc,
U:.'.LV ... AVlAf Ceiw ffna, t
T9 prepared to accommodate travelletw and
urn. .Tuiierapienuiuiiv, eomroriaoiy.anacneapiy,
fbyR fkveri rerriiift hint-that exertiona to pleaao '
hite meaanrablTj he wm4reat-teiigbtrfta ""
HOW, Jvtv. Jtl, loi3. 7t8i . .
UouaefoT Salt. . 7 '
T WILL sell my House and Lot in S.i
iill'L-I- Bsbury, on ajccommodatinr'terms..
nplyto T. L. Cowan, Eao. or to myself, in Ra
leigh. There is a good office belonging to the
lot, conyenient for a Lawyer or Physician.
- JOHN BECKWITH,