North Carolina Newspapers

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" tfWl Cll"Ul hulttn frmogrj, nj
t, krpt ) Ibe Alitor' Qa building aame
, f'rrVt M iVmeriy, and Mint .l of the strati,
Z . tijnif b7 'fl tb Court. Hoot m- WW
th Iff li! ixl pa'wn of the Editor wilt, t all
tiiMt, mH,With I tnrdiel wtiem.,.,1ahallrr
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fjUWf (jtM. MM4 ftaiflaY
. a ,f at'cr.t?MmuiiUiiX.iii .
if'tm, Contlnaiioner o? Puiict! (or fb terns
of two years. I ht a rportt authority of the
to a of .tlbiir, ia now, tlirrefore, composed
of '
rini.o vuiTi:..t(f.(rfl,. ,r,nv,(
JOHN Gli.M, "i
aniw. mimrt', f f ') amw'tiitri
gkuw.,. m;i.kh. v ,
rur.Nr.zf.H fif kso vr,'
;imf i.. brown, j
At a metmg of the Boar.L. oa 11th int.
tMnrse Ikrknm wtt appointed Treasurer,
.Mn , Clerk (subteq'ttntly, bow
ever. 'If. Hardie f rs gned, in, conwq.iente of
the t Irrk's saUry h,iig bees red ird from
?'t.to Si 5 i hreiirti Brnjum Awn. aa
rUcle.l Clerk of the Board) and WatwrlJ
I timbers, Wdum H. Iloiah, aitJ l-ovac Burnt,
ttaeo.s.
WINTER in itl fiercest aspect, hi it last vki.
lej ui.' On Saturday, ihe fl!i mat. it cammea
-! twf i end cmiunue l durmi tint night,
and t utter) til day trtinday. 1 ha cold, fi
t .. . ' ...
bee very rcrere. T!te anna fell to tl,r drjuli
of three or f.mr incliet ( and atikough dur.nf lUr
aaiwy bom tMirtd da; 4t dluppraTTt pTdTy '
aoeae, ia bleak attuaiioiia, remained gnCwlvrd
for many dava. It ia titled in the l ile.h
JiVr.thtt the ano ai men ineliei Uecjj, ilie
the itorm, in tbat part ul (he counti; ,
.tfat joh. ....... (otfcl drtl of ieru.i i i, an,;
tame arm dcbau b taken pUer in the I S.
Senate, on a rcioluiion to aubacrihe fi a given
number ffeopiri of icomjiiU'ioo of public Joe
umen!, prt'pi.sed to be publulied bv jlet an.1
Seaton. Sit times were the aytt and noet it
ken on various propotitiinit connected iih the
rttoliition when finally, the Adami aenator-,
uixing upon theaccidcriul circumatauca of their
iVivTngTniijiirflrhnTSenaie, paaed the ie
aolution, by a vote of 21 to 16 every Adamt
arnator, with Mr. Hmith, of S. C. voting for the
tneatnrei whereat. Lad all the J ark ion tenatort
been present, Uto vole would bare atood
again, t aa t.r, w- h-itutlon, tt tbrre were
en Jaekwi, and end Adama, aehator abtcnt :
te,Ceandyt bow-rrrrj tnTrfed a rnotat'on; prar-
Vtd"mg ITitt "the tloctimeiitt tboiild ol be nub.
. teribed for uutil the liouae-rRcjreaeftlaLivfa.
" iwaae'aaj eirmnatiwrtrj defray-rhr erpenafT
thil waa laid over fur conJdcrali n .till timlbtv
"2v j"aj)3 It n koped tlie extravajfant eaprn.
-- dtturea which ttiia Jwlt'!i?iLJ?ll,i!5D'ALf.i!.
' VmiM be averted, by the arrival, before ita final
.roiaurnmatioct,of tufficient numbee of Ike Jack,
ton acnaior tqive it.tbe goJjy. Tba work,
at fialet U Seaton'a price, 5 doll. Hi cer.U, pr;r
" ' toI. 1H coat the Gorerninent -upwardi of one"
humlred thoutand dollara, for tba number of
copied propoeed to be furnithed r whereat, at
f Jen. Ureen'a price, ? ilolt. 0 cente per ol, the
work would coat the Government about 6LO1K)
Jal!art leaa! Thit estraordinarv proceeding ful
ly indicatea tbe recklrre character of the oppo
litinn r it ttiewt tbat tbey are regardlet of the
public imereatj, ao that (heir partixam arc aj
grandiied by a lavish eapenditure of the
people motiej. ; .. .
We barn f mm the laat.U. 8. Telegraph re
ceived, that, aflet bard fought contest, the
iackutn Senator hive succeeded in procuring
- 6e - obttolioua - and - improvident - reaotjtion
te&rred to the Committee on the library t
and tbe probability is, that time will be given
for ibe arrival of enough of the abaent Jackton
linators, to defeat the project, and tve the
nation from tl4. wanton waste of public money
whitli H contemplated.
Thf opposition printers are aore'y pu?z!cd,
occntionally, to find a peg whereon to hang a
aitnder or calumny against the Administration
of Gen. Jickio. They affect, however, to be
keen on the scent, and are never long m im'tinf
a trail.- But they are often found on a fait
tctnt. Tbey have lately tfienej (" iinu dogs
and on the rihfcctj of the ."econoiny" of
tbe present Admlnistmtion charging General
Jackson with'exiavagance in bla expenditure
for foreign intercourse, tc. ...... .and have seized
Qpon the circumstance of larger Kim being re
ifurod for Certain depart menta thit year, than
were expended Tot Uie nme.objecti up Jcrjhe
Arlamiiaj
e1r"rWgr'r1No1hri: iiutanriAaal; al-
tempted lo be. practised on the bonett, tnuutpec
Jhi t f Uipae.a papers, .Tiw ApprurMia,
wmUiaaw called tor bf the reant..AiImiuulrtiofl,
re, indeed, in two or three- instances, larger
than those made for the same pbjecta during'
Mr, AtJam incumbency t bat tbe Teaspn why
tby are so, should put a seat on the mouths of
the coalition gentry i the irregular, extravagant
ed illegal practice of the late AdminiatTaUon,
have made it necessaryfor 3en. Jackson to
k, in a few instances, for large appropriations,
. meet expenditures icpruing tinder bis prede-
MAjr.H.',il t word, the nrrrHaliy Ut 4tfo1
vciIm tbe prwrt AdminUvutioi, of .
the 4c!ti tf the U, , In ih (RtnM of wthn
jtf, tot of icf.rm im) teonutnjr Viil h
brn ts lr orfrrtr J, g is prodkicf in i hnfrwt
ring IS tin MtMHt, In tt riirrrnl
tbf (frnir"i, Tli lk of rrf.ami ig ih
vuh of h tf corrupt A rmiiitrMH Km
mtmbcti of th prrriit cabinet, hixil.J htt
M tfftcud i. ... toward. kUDduetof t Due
l.J.l.l 1:1... I
a liana. .
UI bo f rwi ta t.rmrf of mi- of tbf
nwH ImjtufHiit Lfev4)Kiof ll.iluturM ihr
bmitt iif our fi tptt ill not admit of our giving
ilinrrhua. The amrl.ltif-nU are fvorr. and
aa imgiuftairt, than the rral Ii .iwU A fccf'fm ! P'O"1' hat the Mr-lll thall lie rharg
antiC'palcii licnca'thrjr toted tptmt it. Tbel1 Jj y, hof crnKIrrrd
tbarlrtionMeri-if),i1i.j,ek.nioftliei.a-e0n. j10 'I'P0'"' or ,nni ttiaunit in fach
MiiMiton, rrmtiki: (ffrtinlf. trt the trlll qoirtprt.tliiun ci
V have
been omr.ha. .urjue.J ..
.ha Claila aklilrh Ilrrl lh.1
.n,l rrairin. .iii f .h. -
pp
roliu
C, emrn.it-,-, or rt:etiiiiittiem
l.ich turn e p-nislon rtn (, found. -
The (i..ernr,r. ii .ill he I.
elr?f ifd br the I.ri l qre, aed m 4 onrirt
u In 0II1 e Ih'te run ami Judaea may
, . i a a ' m '
ia rrmnvFn ttrim ent aa nu a ia . i
.i..rt...r iw.ii. II .1... lrt .1 .
.... p n Hll piTi UIJB niP
tli ak 1' 1 1 a ft I I . 1 n . . ik. k.a.ai I I -..-.I
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.C..iiititcm. f I.e right oUuffraeadoea
l appear tuhtrc bred loa'tiUlle ciicu
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4. tell. I feefcnlrl win- ti' hI-n ilitt In ,?
nraauic rcmgriiE u nn ar-eo on, Mi no
r.m, 'i, . It...,l , ..i. k
unirbu-BtMiht retenueof the State, in'
not of the other v.vre of (hi irn;ru
nrnt e ace nothing remarkihle, tnn
firming, at ihty dj, aubatan'Ully . to tim
liar pniviiioi, jM)?t the aame ubrrtt, in
f ha iTfl al II ill Lara nf ikla r A 4 m k a
Sau. Tbe. nicie rrlaiin.no .,1; : ...
-rrrni unnecessarily minu:r. No LegtsJa
'tire would venture upun meastircs ol
roerfioMj tven 'il the Constitution did not
f rhid K It wilt he teen, alia, "Thai Ihe
Contti ution provides no m'xle for its own
. rne mlnicn!. If areepied by the people,
'herelore, it muti remain forever pteriae
ly aa it it, however Ihe projjrr t of o-ie-if,
or other ri'cjrnatancea ;. or a; least
110 1 i I another Convention shll be called
to re organir? nd remodel."
N'o'witis'andiiiKi however, the opposi
t'on n1 many of I lie wjrtnrst advocates ol
trie extension ol ihe riiiis of the freemen
of Vi-tjinia, la thtr atuptiun uf Itte new
CoDiitiiutiun, (hoping, perhaps uliiroatcla
-in n..in a rnnr lirae-.l nniO il I. helie.erl
1 -- - -v,.,w
it stU be- aeeepteej hr a maprily of the
people. I he Ktrhmnnu Inquirer re
marknTrrthiVbjfctT.Vr are fcippy
to inlorm UlC licnds of 1 irKt.a in .11
ou4tefa4,f IM Uuiothai " IWe dwrll,
within ber borde." and that the storm
srn has completely died away, in every
r,. -K.. K k. ..t-i...
imartcr ficun which. w haveanv advitt.4
I he icprcszutauvea of aJ her coun.ic
are now in session jn irjjjl jci'f i,.tiJ we
are happy to learn .(hat the utmoir har
mony pi e vails anaiiiig them, and iliat no
riouM u entertained or expressed ol :he
ratification of the Conviltition by a large
mtjoiny of their constnuenis."
.-
Aiiatrinatiw Thomas fl. I)ti;.n, F.-iij. the
recently appointed Stipeiiiit-nlant of the I nited
States Armory at Harpcr.ferry, Virginia, was,
assassinated un the night of the 2!ili ult. by a
person named Coze, employed in the eatablish
mcnt. Mr. Dunn wa shot with a musket, while
sitting in bis office, lie was a must valuable of
ficer; he had set thou infu'ing industry and
economy into the whole concern, and bad dis
missed some Tf the- unfaithful and worthtets
hands t and it-was for tint aalutary tirftrm,
doubtless, tbat bia life was sacrificed, toxt,
however, may have thought he had eceJenr j
for tbe commission ol litis nena-iiKe Ueed : tie
saw hi betters at' Washington, who bad been
rt formed out of office, munlering the repuiatton
of the highest functionaries of the Government
and ?robab!y thought be Would be even less
guilty than, tbey, b adopting more summary
mode of seeking revenge for the loss of the
situation he so illy deserved. -4 .
Cf The obituary of Capt. Itngk Parle of
Mecklenburg, hall appear in our next.
State 3wk t Tenner:. - Vim, M. Berrybill,
who was elected Cashier of this initiation, on
the removal ef Ibe old incumbent, Col. Parrwh,
hu resigned in consequence of his objections lo
the bond te was required aigu. Mickoltu
Ihbjvn, van, in conaequence, elected Cashier ;
IS af erliwh.rVrM
' ,r I
Robert Jt. Adam; &q. has been . cted a
fienator m Congress from the State of Uissiaaip-
..rt..-.:..'te U--:i.'. -aalll - -.VWi--.:--. ..-f.
Maj. Ceneral Edmund PendieUn Gaine, com
mander of the weitenj' djepartnuiat nf th'e KnU
tedt.te,Anny,;arrivedinth1Stown
week, and remained aeveral days. Many of our
citurena embraced the opportunity, of 'paying
their respects to this distinguished and gallant of
ficer, at bis quarters, at the Mansion Hotel. He
will. proceed on his tour to the West,. some
time during the week.
tHi iTiMtttht enfifri. I
S V'lr ! .'( t in wM I lt irrir(rmr nl l
ih l .wu.i. I.. I- . .. f ., i, . !..
ifelk? iI l H?.f.M r
ij'ir' of tba JuJrr
upfior Cogrt Uirwi'i fir tb t.nt ef
-j- , -j i- - . -
pen; - t.mrf.fc. m tn.ffjj f;,. MU aliol
Ithruuilnbod,, ld d,ed iboftly after. l'o.
' til turrendercd him,l
! Fijth Ctntui. The
DI'iT'CM. lor likl i.'
bill trporfetf in
;?' 'V ,,e hun,'rf'1 l"r,on ,e
1 ,hf 1ure further
rliinieliaaliin i In k .11. ...J TV.
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Pnnler to the Srmtr., Mr Wcltr
h ininxloret the foltolrn;" reeoluiiii
n"he senate
Rentved, Thai the Senate will, on the
i, t-.K j ..
, . i ,u .u
,h!um. ui a 1 nn'er n me .rliaie
Gefleral Ujff Green ia rrirrtr-trr
,, ' ,..
I"m v-uiiKieaa. n " vio"' lli- .'if
"v,n'T r-"" "'R"r u;io.r.i.e
. a.. . a
IvmTJtfn of the rnaie.-it- tie inmnm,
k.. ki. I..i;.,. ... .... 11
that M lreiirr are to ht uppeoed l
.. . , j
1 he tartifi. e m General O'reen
Tfiii it another tvldence of the ivtir
malic ai (1 unrelenting ;fire wh;rh the
0PPOIMin jre tleterrninriT to wane ajms
ihe administration and
nectcd with it.
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'oil 11. II
Journal.
u rn y no or hvhopf..
.Vrsy Vora Jan 30 I ne piiprrs bi
ih. II ....... 1 n.r.,.,.. Il.h.i i.....:... ,
, . . , 'iv 1 1 ' 1 '
but little news. W, have l-ood.m ,).,tc
to the 3d. and I ortsrnouth of the 4th in'.
It Is staled that twenty Atah you'fu
have been sent by the Pacha ol fa un. 10
f'nrjl.nd, lobe rduiattd by ibe Hn.itti and
foreign School Society, with tf.e in eni
hat they nur become leathers ol the
l.nglitli language in 41 pi
AiXOiMiia flora Cuns'auuaupie tie e the
seven j ol ihe sea sun to have orcasioned
"y disaster Oft lha COItl of ihe Black
.. t-i;:l --LT- .n.j-.t . Tr ..
- ca nn biigusn aiiij tancu tne-JiUiJu.
wa 101. with ail her cargo
A gentteman lrritetfit PfymaaUi fr6(n
" "'-" ..-..... .nr
iiunawunu 01 uom uutma. are. tkcweu.y
j h05Ule 10 Ujn M,ael' ,r keP' f,oro
"Cona.anunople, which so lately (rem
hied at the approach id a victorious ene
I r , ,-.
mt.lt now the cene of splendid ai.d
A"- .lnin, . DIPT)
irr 4. ,.. Ullt . . jZZo.. o.iw t-bkt.-
peireful revejry , Tj)e ictiauni of u en tker'a and iwddfert Hammerii i cooper'
iVncn -ambaaaaU.ir'a eneriinment, avl:d carprnters Compastra, t-'orn Miitt, fatent
cont-ated with that lately given on board ! ,',r,-,! M,,!' ,,rnch snd 'nJ brtl
.he Briti.b frigate, is exceedingly cu l" adi''d ." ,fh'' .j"! "
o ' 1 1 rL ii-.il ,nike l.iin1) e!a. Swkl,., ll.i
nous-
Ref,rm.-' In iht liuuie of iiepresenia
tives. 27th ult a mouc was teeivnl
from the President ol Hie United Siie,
in relation lo the allowance made lo
Ministtrt of the UoHed States a.Voad, lor
travelling expenses; and also to Charges
d' Affairs, fur outtiis, tec. when not p
pointed by the President and Senate.
It alluded io the well knoan case of the
allowance made to Ifnliam B. Lawrence,
late Charge d' Affaire ai LoridoiiV'ano'
sieted that the President had not duect
ed a suit 10 compei the reimbursement
nf ihm nfnmv nlil ti tiwl itn Ismail. nr
fcr. q egve mMitt o
lion of Congress, to whose legislative
wisdom he (the Pietfdeni) suhmiiied the
whole of the subject con'aintd in hu mes
sage. It wii telerred to the Committee
on Foreign Affairs, and ordered to be
printed.
A few days ince us twv men were
riding, at full. gallop, tnrough Vk town
of "St. GeorgcV in Delaware, their
horsee met so yjulentiv that both werr
killed. The ridere were but slightly
hurt.
twmsnmm
THE MARKETS.
FavettevUle. Fek. 3..... Cotton 8 to 8)
bacon 5 to 6, peach brandy 40 to 55 apple do 30
a . x i i v i , no . nfl n. ml
talt 75 to 80, tallow 8, wheat 60 a 65, wliokey 29
tc; 2?i...v,...U. Hi bank- note v a 1 per cent. pre.
awu7ni,CaFM.diMs-H
Cnmifcn, r. 6Ootton 8 to 9J, flour 5 a.
W1jWVtlie'"wagi'Mi'' thafffonT Camden
mill 6 to 7 j wheat 85 a S3, com 45 to , oats 32,
salt 74 whiskey 30 to 35, bacon
9 a iO, bent kind of bagging 20 to 22; aalt 4(1 to
50. corn 40 a 43, coffee It to I4.:.;....N. Carolina
bank bill two per cent, discount ; Georgia,
ditto. 1
CViffliWd, S C. Feb. 4-..;....JCotton 7 a 9
flour 5f to d, whiskey 30 to 3li, bacon 8 to U,
wheat 871 to li, corn 45 tU, salt 70 to 7J.
NVUI Ulkg V I'WI t ia. -r at
U Lrrf.)llon, mi ilia 3d in. b 0
M. of tb (uimer
t-lJUUi JMl..JllMMi(h.U oacau ana I wa
- jim onpvmii of win nnnr a napif im
'
('namiiiairf.
al.Va.
IM II I. at II, oa a credit, at pubbe eiKlion, in
' liailuMn, oa the ek of Mecklenburg
t iniiii I our), iKd m.) aa e Wenaite m4
Mm timnnm Ijhta'f '. 2t7
MKMUI. T. rl It,
.l oar ,f J, ,Jn.
Ckrhut, t tb 1 11. I H C.
a vaa
iii
POU RTIfT.
fBilK iitr(nler fill rent, pna
M. camim In be ft'rn on tl.e
May neit, U HTMHK, ai
nrfupied by kjlet ami
leenan. niuatrd on the eat ror-
nfr of th t'ourt lluiiae wpiare. Ii i lit- brai
lend fur biiMitew in rialiabttry, and tb btiibling
it tare and eeramodinua. bem 7i Itxt in lenaMb,
with ibrre roonia liclow, (a 'nre.riiiBi, emjn'inj
ronm and atre-l.tHjae.) tvo abote, and a gnwj
utlir The krtife will be ren'rd for one yekr,
or a terra of yeart, at mav he drairtd , To any
pcra ib aiiimt of r.iab'il,,n( Imnae'f in the
Mercantile MutiiieMitia a Baurubine and braltby
STilifCHtuafrina I rich and pupiduci diatrkt
of country, I belter aland ml! rarely oe 0ciied.
Tor ternit. apldv on the premiwa, to
.1.KUHKIV MATIUF.V.
j 4Mtt,aa. U, a&). ..
iW Mrtoeof the Fayerrenlle mnerer
, l t i. 1 i
, ul niteft the ahote four aecba. ai.J lurwnl
. Ina acroont.
Mor pinl n l.e. ,
rl II. aijharriber liannf lead
av the esteuite llMiMinfrt in the
11 of M irgantnn, N i:krolina,
rmerty ore up ed hv mi. Tu'e,
TAVUlAi, kaaofwiaad a Jawaa
nf 1 ntrriainmeul, prepared for the rreeplion ol
Hu lrrt and I rartllrri. Hit Table eNall l
; M'malieiJ oilli Hie brat llir c ry allonlti
' In- lira .arn-t are filled, an.l Ina Sla'ilrt are at-
j le,lt(1 ,, ,.,rill(,P ,j hoi ,,,, n . ,mIi
,'by hi, unremitted e'lrntioe to Ina buiineta.be
' hope 'o receive a bb ral share of public
' P'r"",f!c- -lnHS
i B B il CIII I L.
.Vorjiintan t'rh 6. A. I Hill.
VUofcstvf, tluvAwttre orc
.MKW.rc.iKt.-xruneT;'
Niy oprv,H't 'he P'-eeJ !S:rect House,
.YK1V YORK.
L.. ytrjip y rot leaatitui
able li J0JJ3. .,rir at.
inrtmriil enmpiiiea neaHv every article in Ihe
una 4 wu4Cb lav wiM aeU at tne lowest maikei
Hral ri,r ,'ancv ForHuck. horntin and while
brme t.ihre a.'itl itr'aert hriiv'eaanJForks and tar
vrrti table a"d hutrliera' steels' i butcher, Bretd
hf K!Liiai.a ;reAi; wicty. uf4eopockaiand
ito liUile Kniveai tortmini piece Knives,
Spearpiiint, rainrblade, and Springliirk pocket
Knie; hlieerbri reion and Httnre, ahoe
I ' -.it , - . . autre:
i'inch.r.an.1 rcinofw. Hver. i:.rn,.t,r.' i.,i.
rrsp,affl- lmn, welded and rivetted table
! hinifes, II a id III. IlinireK, pew llinjjri, cheat
liini", cnat Hn't llmcf, Hal ami round Holt,
Wnntljrrrwa, iron and steel hnitting Pins,
loufc. I rapt, (iridirons, iron i'andlettickt, y
and S,:rew Auert, SUelvunK single tnd Imi
ble hind-erew Plstet, "nale llramt, Knob Ijitcb
ea, Ued Screws, llellowa Pipet, Aaet, carpen
ter's ami coopers' Adxesi mincing Knives,
Trowtla, lloea, Wnaela awl Imuges, Hlane
Irons, Drawing Knivcr, Stas of all kinds, File
and Uv pa, coinpoaitjon Tea Kettles and Sauce
Pans, short' and long handle Frying Pans, Cow
Bella, Cooks' Ladle, lira Kettle, boioe and
atarni HcHC Cutty dmbi; Eftgtlin and A meri:
ran Hrylhet, blra - Knives, Hlates, Inkstands,
Awls, Shoe Tacks, Coach Wrenches, Sutmp
Jointa, whitewash, paint, ahoe, tcnibbing, furni
ture, clothes, and dusting Bruaheii cut and
W-iHiht Tacit t Bras, and lrionliesd Miovrla
and ( ongi; Iron Wire, lliaces and Bilta. Ftp Boi
rers. Iron Weighla, Sad Irons, Toy Irons, I'ina
and Needle, Full Hooks, Snuflera, and Snuffer
Tnrys, Bread Bket, Tea Fots, Te Travs tind
Wailers, Gun Flint, Oilstones, Cun lcVt,
Powder Flask Shot Bfs, Wbiplhongs, Comlis,
Commode Knnhs snd Kings, Curtain Pins F.'s.
Cu'cheon. Bedcap, Braft n-itia, Brass Nails,
Brass Cocks, Tea Caddies, Window Pullies, An.
vtls and Vmet, trace SJIiaina, aand I'aper, Bad
Keys, British and American Inkpowder, Specta
cles, Box Rule, state and lead FenciU. brass
bracket and Chnmh-r Camllesticke, bone coat
and - Vett--Vtiwild, Siirendep Button. gj!(t
while meial, anil yellow melal coat and vest Hut.
tons, Pearl Buttons, polished steel coat and vert
Buttons, rteel Tobacce Boxes, Curtain Rings )
Japan'd Lamps, Capwire i Iron Tutania, Britan.
ia, and plated table and tea Spoon i Cork-'
screws, hair and .tooth' Brushes, Beads i French
and Diitch Snuff Boxes, i iron and braas Knock-
JowejrJquaret.SpokeShavefciJr
thumb Latches,- Pocket Boole. non: mortice,
locks, Spades and soaveta, nsiter uiiama, lilack
inf. Pocket and Dressiiig Comba. Tailors? aud
'tTCmcrivsrmWyrThtir' Hooks, patent metal
Jk,' Ra'9tiBT4tvi
wool Cards, (race and leading line Rope, Bed
Cords and Clothe Lines, copper Tea kettle.
THe 1 also" keep "constantly on" band, "Corn:
plate assortment of
Cut and Wrought XMLS,
Wason and Carl BOXES;
which tre told at the Manufacturers' price.
Fot.cE.rt and Lamb refer to Messrs. Austin
snd Bums, of Salisbury i and Samuel F. Geliton
and Co. of Cabarru county.
February 8, 18 JO. Vff
unc'nio, U ifcj lnl, BT !! liT,
tw.h. 1 I hh. Ii,l.( CH,r. " '
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A N abwrn- tiuwn I If rk, (4
H fmnk, ba pra ni d ike anhirrtbef
f"wn tVMneitneiaf the eiecit rf tK intlitii
ImM bI b B"iV ". k Meeaailf of Vtl
Untied aSrfw i4 10 oe three ereebt iitlo Yin
fiiii, Oill f"lilt Jrlav . Ute ooaoirg of ti
Khonl onji! lli dr4 f Mart It hrk time k
III b . it parr.) lit pMend In It etHrtlf, y
eeMtnot 8(1 1 the SMI a Pcbt et (
ao that be ill b ein'iie-t m make nut the ache
laatie year of .Ian aVJMU, b omitnae hi aainv
- H r h"rrd It mte tt !.! alskmit itieTmnuia.
lino nf aeewmmn, -Hut frtr pnn'e eti!.;i.h
mihAm-xmUMMM. t-.r yf T.-J-TT-I- !-. " " '' '
ilia, tint yi'u'2. ."f' e Keajji i.rh ted ike
tU.iWlif rie'-iJ fit fr,.m eimr,tt ( t,rt
HMfaHUp f ar aWayWJ tV 1p?fS.fti Til
Ji.SgelirraT raittaC'TritiV"t4iieHt i4 the tii.
lajtr, with bm t!,e pupda aa allowed rea
nonally lo aa.iate tba thtapiwta f knard!
and toition the Umt; aapeiienre and i'icI dia
cipluie of ika leacber, wHom ai'eni wa, with alike
taaiduity, n dnee'ed lo ihe ailvaiM-eaaenl nf bi
pHpil in tihatntlaJ lramin and moralitv, ara)
adtntaf r that ill not be alloeiher ovtrlivik
ed by ren!i and gtiardun ado bate ch.Mrea
and wardt lo edueale,
I' HICK of TVmo.V:
For spelling, IUa bug and Writing, by
Ibe mailt k
Foe ih aame, with Arilhmrtie, Fngluh
Oramnw am Ueograidiy -
I'orit.e liiuhtr branebea of Ariibmeiie,
lieoHietry, Tftgonometry, natural
ami moral fbiloaopliy, lliatury,
Latin, Aa, ie . . .
JIM
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ftoo'd can be bid ie the btft ftmili'i-t in i'i
villtgw and nelghbiNlrhiiod at j d.illan per
month, including all eapenaea etcrpt camllea,
bieh each boy .esuat fgrnltb for tilrotelf The'
aubacribar can .veowmo.lala eight or ten boia
ailb board, be 4b year t wlmaa mcmrtri vf
leiturt and rrlaitiioi) (rum the duiiea of Ibe
nchoul, intrtd of beiiijf ortc than thrown aay
in Idle play and difpa'ion, !.a!l be read ly
aad cautiaaJy directed ia improvement (a
aghcultur) aserciara, upon Ihe plan of lh
beat practical writer upon that important and
king neglected tiihj. rl, tnd Ihe teacher's own
esperience. I i adiiptin' this rilra-, the tu!cri-baa-ifa
liia(iild-ax-e-wt r t li'tt "
obviate, if potdliTe, (I.V " contract i'iT of baiiita
among lot piipilt ol frivnlno amilae men's, id e
net and divipstlnn i serondlv, to train them to
healthy aid UKful eaercitc and thi.-L'y, tn lay
tMIuuijiUUeiii utaUicalJ) and ifieoufka lj.uc.
ilitl por-uit in Ida upon bicb e are all cod
pelled lo depend ultinia'ely.
If a sufficient nun.'j.-r ol boy !e enftfd let
juatify the trouble tnd etpente, the w ritinK't of
tbe be" : authora will be provided) and grmiml
fuf cultivation laid out f;ir eicli bov, tbf prcfi't
of abote labour will be ,li-potrd M to the belt
ailranltc for bii o it brnrlii, drdiiding a an. ell
rent for the land and to ) . No boy will b re
ceived a a boardrr, with the Mibacnber, who
dor no! ronfomHo the rulit laid d"wn f r the
conduct of the whole. 4t"y
WILLIAM BUPOIW.
rthmart nth. ia .a
-VsanA for Tu-.!.
Wilt, be sold at Hie Coot UoMit fn Al
Villa, Buncowb ennnlf, on lh- d
Monday after the 4th Monday in Marih neat.
being the 5th day of April, LS.SO) the loliowi g
i-TT tlie Tate uuS thereon, and all Cost aceru-
ln;..iunte previous' paid. " '
A ri srf IWj h.rir.,3il jcrtj Ta!ucd:4t
K"00, on Clear Crtek, iuiuini aamuel dney,
irfjoThrr: " ".r
" Thomai Cat i sen. srrrV llfl, on the
Mills's Gap road, known by (lie na.ne of I'li ntf
Look this.
ATexaiScrf iniiney, scrs, M onho
wster ol Saluda, on or near the (lap Creek mad.
. Jamea iVIon..3fJQ acres, Jpr.l. rwo .trax.ta,.
one on the Blue Itidge, joinitia lands of Wm.
Mt, the other rm the wsters of Wiftnw Creek,
joining lands of Samuel Cantrill and other. "
Milton foor, deeaeiL 300 acres 600, on
French Broad river, joining landtof John Mpiaa
and others.
Bird ami John loanirhter, 1 SO acre. 6 10, or)
Clear ('reek, near or joining landa of John
Morrison.
John Cappv 450 acres, fi"50, on the waters
of Green Itiver, near or joining lands of Llaniel
Justu.
Solomon Morgan, 100 aceea, g'25, on Ihe wa
ters of Packltttta, near or joining lamia ol 8te
plien Morgan, ten.
Simon Brown, 114 acres $100, on Cat wood'
Creek, joining land of John Jntiia and others.
Henry Hughes, ISO acre, glOO, on the wa
ters of Mills's Itiver.
I1! Brock, 7i aeras, fVJQ, on the sisters of
Milla'a jlver, near wr joining Jaml of iolin Mo. -Cain,
aen.
William Jenkins deceased, 400 acres, gl J00,
on Hooper's Creek, and lh Mills' Gap road.
Robert Taylor, 300 acrce, 350 dollar, on tba
Cooper Gap road, and water of Green river.
James Sutherland, 100 acres,sess d at 100 "
dollar, on the water of Saluda, joining land of
Fleming Hodges and others.
Franoi Coventon, 2 15 acre, 50 dollars, on
the wster of Packlctle, joining land pf Jon,
than 1'ace and other. " , '
irartt M vert, 1040 aerea, In 3" tracts aarrssed
at 1040 dollara. one tract of 640 acres on tba
Devil'a Fork, joining lands of Abraham Steel)
one of 2u0 acres joininir tlie above '640 acre
tract i 200 acres on Henderson' Creek, joining
Abraham Steel's land. .;,
John Odle, , 147 acres, 50 dolUr. on a lit'le
creek of Mud Creek, that Franci Myers now
lives on
Kicbard Iwis. 200 acres. 400 dollar, rm
Clear freck, joining lands of Jacob Loida and
ether.
Hichard lwis and Jamea Rrwin, 200 acre.
in two tracta, S50 dollar, one tract of 100 acres,
on the Ready Parch, and one of 100 acres oa
Turn Breexhes Creek
t I'lirr (sieanoer-t rtetrvwy acre Vy unit.
anu oincr.
Allen TsVifty, SCO acre in 'iI.m! lrmntM.,Mib
dollivt oiie tract of 200 acre on the Dine Rtdiro
and -wataVJL tff Greea,rivW, juining lsuda of io,,
fctepp i one trct or uou acre on hy Drvd't
Fork, near wjoimng linartf David MveraT
and I0I acrer o the waterr of Green ri ver,"
near or jmmng htnds -of William Justus and
Robert Jones. '
1, N. Harrison, Sheriff of Buncombe county,
do hereby certify, that the above conv is a fnie
Tlist of lamls on which the 'net are doe. and not
been, paid, for the vear 1828 . 6f'U
N. IlkKRISON, Shff.
By OAVID KEES, D. &,
February Id, 18SP.
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