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RAUSnUltV, KO.WA.V COUNTY, N. O... ..TUKS1UY, MAY 19,' ICtf.
VOL. IX..... NO. IC7. .
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c gives to
'be N. Y.
a, of the
f the pre.
fTflIS Work I' it Ubu'ar f irm, and f xltiiiK
, JL ("e lii w. ibe rr in tquare mile, popuU
tio'j, f iernn.eiit,re?'ici'n,iiteof ocity, revco
Uf,' wiili'ry trenpb, seat , f gflvf rnmrnt,
jarpitt eit rier, monniiin,. with their, di
nuaiaianti ,IU htitiule, minrrili ami atnnlr
productioti j i with gtlief rafuab'o MormnUm of
;l"he nioJern jcjfrtpliical tlivitions of ibf
. - It will l puUMyd on fi,ie paper In the nut
Mt inanner, and ill liverrd to lulncrilwrrat 1
r copy i or RJ.O ', lined, ami on rollt rs.
N. 'niea'fi-ovalofaeerallilfrarv (fentle.
rrvn, w ho bare rximined the manuicript, U
rvlird t the aabcribiiijr proa ireful.'
rath fwt wdit,
for V!,--' . well mad
jfN mud' rale rm. fr
iYU, IV ftlrt with urh a
' " soon, at h i belie
for approved par r,a new,
soon, at it i beiievea w
fnvoralJe an orpoHunity tr prof ore ,rfier will
not aoon orTer ajjain. . T.OWARU CHERS.
Ornngesa itmons, CamVus.
"IT Uv juat received from Charletton, anotlicr
JL aupply of.
r --Cuba Sicect Oranpcs .
Smoked Uerrmzt- . - -
Lutfs' JV. Y. Butler Crackers
Mackerel, fXo. 2 J also
It. A. Daties Malt Beer,
Japan Tin Ware and bright
. 1 Do.'&c.-Vc. Vc.
" Which t pffer fr atvhi-cluap for cab, at my
: iVabliah.UeWT norfrv of-Cm Court J loure:
3t67 - " WM. ULNTEIw
UMffjnept 30jj,!iW, ...... .
"Tf'fic aniif Clock rMakrramd Jewellers,
C I f A RTX)TTC tf.Cr-
TTTAV E Jtirt received an 1
B -rleprrt assortment
. of a'rticleJ In their line i
which they will aell- very
:. ow for rash, or to punc-
tfotXe eV 1. Ai Jual cusforherf on a c-rwU
. July 3A 1828; ZLr.-
WILL at and tlii sea
Sim in Hie ciMiiitiet
of IUju an and ('ftbamia :
commencine the week In
' fiali?btLrj. on Mondays,
Tuesdays, arwl Werlnea.
day; in the town of Con
cord on Tliuindnya, Fri
dava. and Saturday. The
season -rift OHwrat nee die lstLPfMafch, nd end
1st August. Twelve IJolluni will be charred for
the icaxon, payable bv t n dollars before the tea
dn eipirerj Eight DolUra the leap j and Twen
.y Dollars to murc. Por Pedigree and de&ripi
lion of Aerorwut, oee liandbills.
STEPHEN L. FF.MUND,
,' . CHARLES L. BOWERS.
F3. 12A. 1829. (54....CK Ms-
N. B. Great care will be Uken to p'tve (feter
al aatisfaction ( but we cannot be liable for acci
dent. Grain wilf be furnished, at the market
law the Uuittd Siaittf Pasted al iA iKtnd
' Htiian iKi tvtniielh ttnj'ttM, ; '
Art Aet eoMUo tbepreaeot. mod of iupttt
Inr; the Army of U UuitcditatesH'. ;
DR U enacted hy iMTStmti imt fouirt
tf tt'Jirctfntatlvri the United Stittrt of.
awn, sevcntrii eititb, .ninth, end tenth
atu'ati;jciefttf Jed Ai set rej.
(listing the stsffof the army ef th fJoued
states," pasted April the fourteenth, eil
teen hundred and tlffhtecn snd eitrhth
section of the act, entitled An act to
reduce and fix the Miliisr? Pesre Estab
lishment ul the United Slates," psed
nlarch the second. elirh:ren hundred and
weoty one, are hereby ton'inued in force
for five years from the pming of this
act, and tnence to ihe end of the next
session of Congress thereafter, and no
longer. ' , . . t
Stc. 2. And beUJurther enacted, That
he b tier to enable the CommWssrr
Genersl of subtMtence to carry into effect
the provisions of the above specified acts,
there W appotnied iro Cororbissaries to
l.e taken from the line of the army, one
of whom shall luve the aarae rank,spay
aTjd'ctnidamrnts.a's Quartermaster , and
the other with'the rank, pty nd'cmotir
men'.s of Assistant Quartermaster. --:
. Speaker of lite Hwueof nVpresentative.
..".V ; J. C OALitOfX,
A'rHJrtaUiit.jitiue Vpiled Ptateind
'.Approved: 2 March, J829.
JOUV VIN'CV ADAMS.
- - x-aa 27. .
An Act for the relief of the Navy hospital fund,
npi. I., ji . o - t .
of Rrfireientativet of the United State of t
America in Cungret attembkd, Tbtx. the
sum of one hundred and twenty live thou
sand dollars be, and the same herebv is,
appropriated to the Navy hospital fund
and that the same be pid by the Secre
tary of the Treasury, on the requisition
of the Commissioners or the sid fund
out of any, money in the Treasury not
nenr ISC .? ppropri a i eo .
Approved x 2 MarcbnSSJ.' """" Z "7!
I I JrV
ri .. lap., inn a lonv iuii mm ijc-iauti u; u j I . i 1 iw...i.mn m in. i.rnun i n r
IOC i .v, ... - j i a. aiutic ui me .it.ii n . mhm , un i 1 .-, ... i ,,r il,-
.'.II' ..!, .r,A m. Inf.iTTnatinn n that I ..... . .. j .; t . . aparIW inC-
tM- -X, third ol June, one tnousana e.Ro, nun- Efl c n;
and I I I . .,, WILLIAM AMREtt: " ?eo enJ:4wenty.A t0 enable
I I - j-!9iA 1890. 3t67 Kansas Indians, sixteen thousand eight vi..AttZiXriKii
5CH7 a fM
"pVTceTlfjrnarcr smt frmn-iUataucejuj
1JlQM tbe,ubr;criber, a bay
. mare, 3 years old iTu? Vprinr,"
about 1R Tiands high, wwd of aalen.
Apt fnrro, - Stw has a star in her
"Their TeteTyV:nd .-pcn:;lnJebied, ate
'desired to make payment immediately.
- tHOMAS CrtAIGE. ) - , .
Man 50fA, 1823 Stitn
'tS ly authentiCtfefirww!rie,awrrnwTO
U nii,i ill he nlead in bar of fwetJttnwwnirollirf
AT A"ct tnatiYia; appropriattions fir carrying; Into
effect certain treatief with the Indian tribra.
4 fot holdiny treaty - w ith ihe- -TaUa wati.
' HE 'tt enacted by the Senate and Haute
ofReftreiehtativet of the United Stdlen bf
America in Coiigrett asiemelerf, That the
following sums be, and the same are
hereby eppwpriatedi viz t
For Hie annual supiort.of a achboT for
ct2ht hundred una twenty six, with The!
Cftinpeff asV one thousand iIoIlJTsrf-forthr
pavincnt m tne eimuity to tne t attawati
mas, under the treaty of the sixteenth
October,, one thousand eicbt bundled
nivl i weary six', two thousand dollars ; for
fulfilling' the stipulations of the same
frcHiy 1a rcrant to-education, -two thou
sand dollars ; for (he annual support of a
blacksmith and miller, and for furnishing
one hundred and sixty bushels of salt,
under ibe- same treaty, jone thousand five
hundred and twenty dollars ; for the pay
raent of the permanent annuity under the
fourth article" oP the "treaty " with r ihe
Miamies of the twenty third October,
one thousand eight hundred and twenty
six, twenty five thousand dollars ; for the
delivery of iron, steel, and tobacco, under
the same- treaty, and for the employmen'
of laborers, one thousand one hundred
poor and infirm Miamies, and the educa
tion of their youth, under the sixth arts
cle fid treaty, two jhoj
fbr makiiur eood a deficiency in the ap
propriation to carry into effect the fourth
purchase of land granted o Xanry Dur
licit, two thousand nine hoMrcd and six
ly tlollarsi for-the- payment st claims
gainst ike l'attawaum s, stipulated in
the third article of laid treaty, ten thou
and tlnl. hundred jnrt fancty five tlol
Urs; for xpenus. tf jaswmininjt - the
rr.PertF belonfrlrsj to the mis
nonary estabusbmeut; , the nreirtOTaf of
wJJth ,I tosided Lc h U fif h arti'le
of Ue aii4;ai sthrce Jiundted Ih'rii
(at compensation to Cherokee Indians
cn4dlpjxftnjtWrf tke chartered
I. !.-..-!. .- r h . "
Minuaoi neiaie oi ueorgi,, in pursu
ance of the provisions of the treaty of the
sixth Maf, one . thousand eiifbt hundred
and twenty chi, with the, Cherokee of
Arkansas, upon the supposition that five
hundred may emigrate itiin the s-ear.
that is to aay t for rifles, ,includinp a
balance due on iflei Durchased last vear.
for blankets, Tor brass kettles, and for to
bacco, ten thousand seven hundred and
twenty Wr dollars and .sevemt ht
ceDti; for expense of transportation tf
those articles, two thousand dollars ; for
payment for property which may be
abandoned by Cherokees irnierstinr froTO
Grorris, fire thousand dollars) for ex
pense of emigrations being ten dollars per
he(l,be thoasaod doluri; for one rears
prolions for emigrants, fifteen thousand
dollars; for gratuity often dollars to eacfe
emigrant, a per lemhth -ankUlTbf ,tbe
treaty, Eve thoUssnd dollars; for com
pensation of appraisers of property aban
dqned by emigran's, as provided in eighth
ankle of said treaty, and nf aucb Other
persons at it may. be necessary ia etnploy
in executing the provisions of said article
six tbou'snd five hundred dollars ; for
r ompensation for improvements which
may be sbandoned by the Cherokees of
Arkansas, as is povlded in the fourth ar. J
tide of 'said trearyrefrmaimg-fof one
thousand-heads of families, thirty seven
thousand dollars;. for. compensation of
appraisers of property s abandoned, in
pursuance ol same article, and for ex
pensea of removal of aged and infirm In
duns, five thousand dollars.
Sec 2 And be it further enacted, That
the several sums hereby impropriated
sball be paid out of any money in the
lie proutids, and ef the measures necrs
ssry to be tsken for the prcservatioo and
tare of the pnblio property;
' ApprvveJ 3 Starch, 18 ?9. 7---'-t--'-
.KEY, WEST and imlXV
..The following- ia an extract, J Jcttcr from a
' fentlcttuit'le hli father, in Fredaricka-
borr, Virginia, oaten , " . . 1
k'ey Wast is situated in the Gulf of
Meiov4Mul'jCSS5 miles front ff. Mirks
amongst he ofHcersof the Inland, and
that almost every one of them can bo
bribed, i Indeed, I Lh several others
was present, when a ttisturrr house vfT
cer, io the m'.'open and shameless
manner, was bribed, with two or three
dollars to permit Snmft.artkica to bo put
ew bowrd nl vetseU
New Ver-r 77ai7. A"tTt"tlH-TrTttrl
hrre esaemolf ol Nl Yik, ia -ttlw ih. tjil
bantlftr'Wftfrri'are t"oniIr novelty in,-.
egllajian. JIhe aitention, which it exr
and 3 froei jhe snuthero i I'ltrcmTif r)c'Mir (hat eommerjialc6aJHiUcfjLy,jol.
Florida- It is a miserable barren spot of
seven mtUa in extern, and two or three
in breadth, ao i I am told, In the summer
season complete nest for all the insects
o( tropical climate, which ire so annoy
ins as to render life alniost a burthen.
For year or two past, I am Informed, it
has been sickly, ihouifh it has alwiy s had
that renutaiion abroad: and from its sit
utionand the numerous ponds cm it. I
should think a residence here during the
summer, would be very hazardous be
sides all this ith the exception of the
Officers of the Court, and a few other
gentlemen here, the society Is very bad,
as you may suppose, when I inform you
that there is not a lady, dn the whole is
land, and no gentleman who has ventured
to bring bis family fcere. Things have
Dctier coiiuucieu since tne -estao-
lishment of aCouit h-re, lut I am told
ttr ro waa nothing like law or justice be
fore that time, and thai great frauds were
prsctised by the merchants' and. others
hetTiVrhowere-wlmoat- entirely rCiH -of
the reach of justice. In this stale ol
things I am sure you will net disapprove
of my determination to leave a place
which offers so few inducements to re
r W - . . ...
main, l am debarred almost entirely
here "from that society to which A hive.
been accustomed, ant never hear from
home, or from my uiends in r lorida.
I returned with a friend yesterday from'
a trip to Havana, in Cuba, which furiosi
y and a good opportunity tndured us to
ske. It is about eighty miles from
here, and as wo were invited to go in '
United Slates' vessel (the revenue cutter
Pulaski,) our passage . cost us nothing.
XifsMir? wrrrrwt-Wtpriatd..; Aa it wasthe-iirstfurrifcn cjty I had ever
. Approved; 2 March, 1829. . visited, and everything prescmed so"no
VLI ail "J't HI BTIUC, .VJ WIlLil v. J 1. ui M
ent from any' t'lingi had ever seen T be-
hundred and ninety five dollars and forty
cents ; for the payment of the sum sitpu
UteyJtbahs ond article of ihe agree
ment entered ;in)jiih? p'TOh5
lrio1mw4hJwsryjBb of Au gust; one
Dmins to , Fawlleviltc,
find it to their advantage, to stop at Lbousand dollars for the purchase of
the Pottawaiima Indians of the twentieth
of September, one thousand eight bun
dred Bnd tventy eight, two thousand dol
lars; for the payment of the limited an
nuity stipulated Jn the same article, one
where, every con
e itainn turu, win-. ""-.rnnt and the Davment in snecie stipuia
-CTtenevrapewtdai. including transpoita-
them comfortable, at the moderate charge oTTS' 7 Ttt7(ZttrKJ2aKihJni-
cents a dav and night, for the privilege of the tion, forty GvcthousanuveUfidTco!.
r Yard, the use of a c-ood house, fire, water, and Ura; for the expense of farming, and lor
shelter. Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread, hqp and Confec
tionary, and S House for Boarders and Lodgers,
in I plain, cheap, wholeiome and comfort
able S'jl-r. riyrpj!le, i't JfrtU 1823. ,C9
An "Act making appropriations for the public
" " BR tTehdCTttt by lhe Qenate 'vmt Houk
of Hefi'eentativ. wf the United State of
imerica in Cangrtt attcmblcd? That the
following sums be appropriated and paid
out of any money in the Treasury not
otherwise appropriated, for the following
purposes, re'spettlvely, to wit i
i"iujr;icpaiT3 and other work necessary
To 6elR)neln Vnuabout the"TaBTf6f alid
lis ciiciob'urcstrciRhJeenhowand seven
hundred "and" siity two Ttotlars-aml sixty
three cents; for erecting fourteen addi
tional lamps in or around Capitol square,
two hundred and ten dollars ; for keep
ing lighten twenty tour lamps in or
aoundaid square, MX hundred and five
dollars; for erectijiK aaJron rail fence
and central gate on that part of the pub
lie ground west of thr Capitol which ad
oins the circular walk, twenty eight hun
dred dollars.; to complete the north front
A the President's house, accbrdihTffthe
oiigind plan, by erecting a portico,
wrnty four thousand seven hundred and
sixtv nine dollars and twenty fivecents;
for work to be done on and about the
resident's house 'and' enclosures, six
housand three hundred and sixty one
dollars and eighty six cents ; for furnish.
in? the President's house under the dl
rection of tbe Presidcn' of the United
States, fourteen thousand dollars ; for the
purchase and enclosure of the square
numbered. two hundred and fifty nine, on
the plan of the city, eignr thousand dot
ars ; for repairs end expenses ol the tire
Lnttimiiia and r ranklm
x hundred and forty
the President of the
fict with ttugt Per
sico to execute two statotes in front of the
Caniiol, four thousand dollars, i for bal
ance of compensation to N. Gcvelot for
sculpture in tne vaiHtotf va,nftnuxe
and fifty. "dollafit;!!1
ment of the permanent annuity stipulated -hw.,.- .-r
in the secoi article Of -the
in oiiice-iuc irtuiii-iui uTv-ufpiwi,
long as may be riecessary for the exc.u
tion of the work to be done upon the
Capitol under the Erst section of this act,
at his present rate of compensation.'
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the Commissioner of public buildings an
nuajiy jnaKe to Cofigfess at the com
meneemeotiflbeLStssion, a rmort of the
utensils, specified in said article, seven j public buildi
thousand five hundred dollars ; for tobac-j applied
m irnn. steel, education, annuitr to Drift-1 or rematninr;
cipal Chief, cmnloyrfient of laborersj and condition of thepuVJc b'J if dings and pub-
fore, you may judge how much my curi
4 . . .:f J I.. u
NUiy was . gmi i n cn.-n-- w OUia.irru.UJLrr
much greaer descriptive powers than I
am master of, to-describe cvry thing I
f - i. t k
saw. indeed, i was so mucn coniusen
by the novelty of my situation, und
strange appearance of everything around
me, that my head was completely turned
and 1 scarcely knewwher J-wai....'jTje
entrance jno-J UavlarUour j v vcr.y .u au.g w j
nd commanded on eacn sme fty-lhe
most tremendous fortifications perhapitn
the woild. "The "banks -are- -yory-UigUJ
nd on ihe tops the fortifications are
erected, surrounded by a wall, from whose
summits long ranges of cannon frown in
dreadful array, and I should suppose
would in a moment be able to sink any
fleet-wiucb.xouldj!iia.c k jhc city. U it h
in the port lay two seventy four s, anJli?
veral other ships of war commanded bv
Admiral Lsbnrde. The city is walled
around, and built altogether of rouuh stone
the streets sery narrow, end rcrt house
looks exactly like a prison. As it is alto
gether a military government, almost
every person you meet is in uniform
the drums beating and trumpets blowing
in every direction. There ate a great
many splendid buildings, especially the
palace of the Captain Gen. or Governor
of Cuba, and the Cathedral and Churches
of the city -which ar.e.0,(J.'T.nicnse.si7e,
covering a whole square, and decorated
in the most splendid manner you can pos
sibly, conceivecombining all the costly
elegance and splendour .-of the- East. I
was parikularl y Str UC It .-." i'h : he appear-
ante ftf the Priests, who have their crowns"
its intrinsic importance Induce us to state
its provisions. Its main design it to
make . banks . mutually, responsible for
each other . For that purpose it'ersates
a -bank fund" by an annual tax of-
half 'of one. per cant, upon the -capital
stock of all banks hereafter fo be Incorpor
ated, or to have t;ieir charters renewed
or extended, until tbe fund thus accruing
shall amount to three per cent, of all such
capital stock. ' This fund Is to be deposi-
at . . ' s
ten in the state tieasurvv and to be in
viMably applicable to the debts of any
btnk. Bubjer.t to this law, which may be ' .
come Insolvent. Thst a proprf st7p1crvTs'' .
Ion of the arTaris of each of the banks trif
be exercised bv all the banks' thus Invol
untarily associated, the act provides for
appointment or three persons to be styteil
bspk.t'pmmUslonersV:The governor amj
senate appoint one oTthese cbmmiVsldn-"?-
ersi the'banks a'pfioint the other two. It
their duty tor visit add thorounhly to in- i '
-pect tbe concerns of. each b.mk, onee'at
east in fmir momhtf andfnore freAuentIs
tr reretf tr, bri -t
ate banks, and Jo apply toifieTcourt of
chancery for an' infuncuoti agaThsrany
bmk they shall consjder to be insolvent.
The bank fund Is to i be'invested bylhe
state comptroller, and the proceeds, after
pailng'thc aalariet of tbe-minissiM4a,
to be divided annually among the several
binks, according to their capital.
In a few years most of the mnnled cor
porations of the great state of New York,
will be subject to the opnrtion of this
law. The most important effects of te?
change, is, that tbe 'rou'de of watching
the solvency of rrtonied instltntins, will
be transferred from the public to'ihoie
ThsfitutroBl themselvcawr-After bektowirtg
upAw the-: plan; caruiderabU ittcmixm two
ever may be its meiits'or defecrsTTns" y
proper to state, that tt was laid beftr th
legi laiu re kf'W r' "V so 6'fe iu'iSeor:
their sacredotal robes with immense
slouched fiStr,' very much like the-repre .
sentations I have seen of the ofnrers of
the'Spanish Inquisition. I am told many
of them are seen one hour ofliciating at
Thtr?HataMftd :,the n;extin-a miserable
gamming ..'A(aue or ,c.vc ji'ha severe'
coriifnemaryon tneirmu,r,.r, k nao- no
and coffee es'ates on Hie iWndrf'y.
are; 4a miles from ihe city, and travellers
are said to be in gfeat danger ol Veing
robbed or'assassinated ; but the.coUntry
without the walls, and immediately round
the city, is very beautiful, and adorned
with the most elegant buildings and bo
tanical gardens. What a pity, that a
country with such a delightful climate so
much favoured by nature, and indeed tne
t.A'4v... .xvai al the world, should be Ut) I
lien an appropriations iui c p-,aiwvi. v..---.-- .t.i4 . .i
ngs and grounds have been der the dominion of a weak and cOrfupJT
m. . 4i & an si.aw nnionur.inn r I saa
oi tne numoer oi puunc ioi soiu iki,'"""v"'' - - -- i th.
. . .. . . . .i . I I J....n.r.l.il rr III tlnnlr. 11
nnm n .4rn A r i 1 1 he ibiiu 11 auu w v.."-' " - - t r I
amtoTd the grr atet Cfrulon , prevails
From the Rochester (NV Vork) Telejrsph.
" A e'tv'rif dg it btuer than a drunken man."
On the evening of tlte-Bl'r -nwat.
as.!? were coming from Le R iy to
this.cLice in the rTbnefr, the-piH
eretl l-r some distance before wc
U .1 C hed-Allrrr't cr ee k r- in Whtatlaiul,
that a dog not known By "any o7"the '
passeogefs, was frequently runninfj
about the sides of the carriage and evi
dently very uneasy, and seeming to
look with tlrrp interest, for some no--ticT'Trbni
When we had come svithtn nbout 10or
12 rotU of the creek, the dog gnt be
fore thr stage and in the middle of the
road let op a most earnest "bark iug ud
crying, which attracted the notice of
the p-issengers and driver who appre
bending that nil this concern f the
strange dog might mean anmethiog,
stopped his horses, and looking under
his coach, and within six inches of his
wheel, saw a man lying across the
pathin..?uc.h a i.p.sition that had he
lrove two feet further, the wheel must
have passed directly over the neck nf
the p"or creature and terminated his
e xistence. ' ' - - - -
The man wasH and grey headed,
shaved, nrt walk atwint Ihe strerrs intsmi tliw teeeif-XliLl-iXpflsiirr was, rV
s 1 s a
was urunk, so urunx tnat wnen
aroused be could n9t.speak. As sooa
as he was driwn out from under (bis
coach, the faithful -dog appeared in
exticy of joyhis first motion was tr
xtretrh-himself at full length upon his
beastly master, Tiwm
trresi inwrr'-fiMvguwgc , tu. Aisvriijei .
thejjJump'ing across his body bsck-
ward, ana torwara, as trTr vmeRt eMa.
into his almost lifeless body.
A gentleman having called for some
beer, during dinner, the lady of the
honse remarked that she was afraid it
was dmd. That I should not be sur
last time I was here it wos vcrtj
bad indeed. , - -