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RrPf CTI'LLtV nJkt alt jIm. (..thw,t
ihwinetiow) who arc indebted in iharo,
" r47 ir pay'llifif -Ui'tV,w"llMl fUy,
And thry take liiii nppurliioi'y li ii.f.x.n lb
puUTir that tt.tir llootsart elnvid (hi dv. and
jjt UwX, 4.U-.. : ;,
o&'alnfd licence to
cr for Veretittitihle'TrtJuet ' Thef Ikl?! R!t
1 7 T.ii .-..I.'.'TJ" 1,4 f-fir' t hi lt4.l .t 4n--,
-(-, m? nr win jri-r. 7 1 f-v
- l;s. '.!.. vrrniCUrfipfctfuJljr inform
ill l-fW"! J'ilibnry tnH H iciliiljf.
iIkt ilU'rry m the .MMnerj tnj Mantua
J ", n '' r'ou ",t', m a (unt ami
p,.,. 1 i!irt of pmnire. Uep place tf few
ire) br found at tlir luxJv Uere Tr.
?n,ie forWrU lived, uppfwir the ute Ilw.k.
OfJrrtfiom dii'antr be thankiblly fe-
n Cil. and puncnuH- attended to.
TiSv -tVJV F.ISIIIUX.IHU:
fnilf. tCy'iM'', il pratrf-rf t.r librrxl t-
f..ir am! Roai cuuty; andtakcajh.
iio4 to retort l" nncre t!tnki f'Jr the
am. Al be cberiifiM a hope, thai by kt ep
W ' J' arlected ami cheap u.rlfneni l
merit continnance t the Ktnrouf
cc RJew-e "f " entijjhrened cammnnitr.
" Be 1 receitiif , 'hfr . I'ltikdrlphia
w-Vrk a..clL aclxtud and ego tit.
TtU rl;'rd to tl.n ncet, ami purrimied en-
J'rtlr lv h"h enable lum to ae)l
J. r . f 11.11 . ... 1. 1.
TWV. W. lUMPTdN, Tiiwa, rr tpectful.
T? I inl MTH la ffirmls iiHj the public.
l .l l. 1!..
tnai ii r.i remoeo mm me new ana conven
ient sfiufi on Min trei"t, formerly occupied by
Menm, It'fifl U I'empleton, and ftot c recently
by Mr. 8. Io'f) 1 where lie tontinuea to C4fry
in all iti tliHerent tranche, lie. emp'oyi tile
be1 of workmen, ami rrcrivea the I a-liiotn
rrjf'jlarly from the North t mlncli a ill enable
liiin to rxrcule ail kimli vf wn-k in In lne in
tie mnei f4ltinahle i) Ir, and (nbtMntial work
mnhij). and n the lowe't puwiliU- term,
(armc'it C'lt out, on ihoit notice, and t low
pr'.ce. All on'em for work from a diitmue,
.1 . . 11. - t 1
Ifrompuy nuiii(,r(i i . croruiii io direction".
M-iat kiid of count rv prodoce will be rperii-J
at the ir.ir'iel price, in .i)iticnt lor work.
Hp awlicit a continuance of that patronage
hi'brr.j w loeri!.) extended to bim. and
bop, by b nyle. of bia ork, ami lu tier-
tion tn pi- si-. t mer.t i, - . n. W. 11;
SuUtiurv.Atr. 13, 'O. 93
ChUUKS and SIIKRIFS IKES.
The follow! h the.ciipatd at lha
r.cenr Mion of tht Legttliturt, regal!
;lh tcet of Clerkt of Lonrli and
An act Cling tbe fee ef he Clerk of
tn t-trttnt-and Saperior Cotjrti and
...... ri , 1 --rr-.ii ..-.ii.-i.,.
etvif n n4 l4iciifiii4-left.ieUH
or iipotd of either in the Count v or
Superior Count (he pine or p.niei civt
Ot lofljJcTcil-ihill pa ut fee of one
ilulUrx vJbLcbf ercrf JiVma'trViJ rVpeciIit
AcM.taaa pj r ja wjtijri et?'ia I Jll"?-
teei within three month lier the tame
bf Ihem receitrdi Pr9vUrJ nevtrio
hit, the pUintiff, in civil uit tbll pot
be rcrjuired Jo pay a us fee on writ at
hetelofore 1 and fmviM further, thai
(he provition of trti accuon klall not ci
tend to the coun'y of Nih.
VIII De 'it further marled, That the
therifT thall receive (be following feet
nd no other 1 For etr rjr irret, 7S tent
for every ball or replevin bond, 25 centi(
mmnlr'a wrtroe'it ot
it l. DRY GOODS',
Cutlery, Domestics, C:V.
Thoe who m'nh to ptifrlue po"d and chmp
ooodi, will pkt- call, euininc, and judge for
- ikixiEL 11. ennss.
. ..Da A Wl- 'H
B. Tae mi'nificmrin of Still am! Tin
4te Wre. bwtol'oie completed by Kdw.inl
frctr, wtH hereaflor be canit J on by the ,ub
itriberi who aill kerp constantly on haml, or
HwifiCture I" order,
StiUst and Tin Hole Ware,
.'.iiJe 6f tbc!tcst m!erjH 'n ttnrtmr!t-iuo
Hiniiil nd ftiiliitil)le't)U t'f workman-filp ;
im bopt-a, by tTr;crtrennort ?ofhthrncl-o4
kuinri, to merit the patronise of the pub.ic.
IK J I. CHESS.
',Kmi H''' aobwrnLt-r, wilding to re.
i' move from the nrij;!itfrhood,
Ov?! "rr f,,r 'e valuable I'lanta-
mS& ?meifjr 1-H-wkv -will bfctiml f cLr. ;?" fcur- c? ,?f C!,;'".,.,c,-
111. iti v iuitiiii.i ai.ir 111 11111,
a lar, 1 put of wlndi Ii a ok! a any in Mcrk
lenUurjf ctuitty i Immi. I ;0 acre are fu tt, lecniuJ
and third crop griMind, of t!ic bct nality. The
plantation adjoin tlit celebrated Capp 'Gold
Mine. a-id the opinion utems to he well founded
ofike Stale tj.. SuriA SayUm? ( it U
htetlf tnmt&bj ihe&ittkori:y - Va
mrr Thai -tfc ciCrkl of douoirl'trtU
tot every leadinf; p roc en, Si I Tor ev
try indi tme'.t, 60 ctt for each rtcog
i irance, 20 eta , for every continuance or
reference oi any caue, 29 cdf lor every
il.trm ni K I - . I. .a . . . L . .
ji,iiiKiii i j via, iwi iicir auui'vc
,roidd the party insert no more (Dan
lour tvitntttet in the rue, 20 ct for
every eieouiion or order ol alef 4o ct ;
lor every cite fad, proikled nothing
herein' roniained thill be romtrued to
repeal any pari of toe act of 182S allowing
nail feet in cac of cire lacu, CO tt ;
for every copy of record, 0 cent ; for
each copy aoeet ol ninety word, not ex
ceedini; 6vc copy tnecit, and a cent for
earn copy meet df er five far every or
tier or rule lo.-eign to tne aue, with copy
of the tame T icrjiircd. JOcti; lor en-
rriny the proOa.c ol a wui on (be minute
dotkei, and quaUftmg toe executor or
J execblor, administrators with the will an
ncied, 2) ti; for recording will, for
t h. ,copj-'ieet 1 0 ct ; for cop of ai
win, lor eacn copy ncet, i j tj lor re
ceivinj( piubate, aiid.enttrio the ame j commitment, 30 tenia ; for every relene,
on vt he minute of the court, ol each in
ventoty. accoun". ol sale and account cur
rent and schedule ol executor, adtnini
tratora and Kuardunt- 25 eta , r6rrecbr'di-'
ing etch do in book lor that purpose,
bv the copy sheet, 10 cu ; for every mar
tie license, 75 rent; tor ejery tearch
ol record out of t oun, 10 cts; for proving
for tcrvice of a copy of declaration in
ejec'.ment, nO.cent for serving copy ol
declaration, 10 cents ; for iervice ol .ev
ery scire (.o, 60 cent; for service of
notice to aibiiratort, rcferect or tommit
noners Xj take an account, 30 tents; IV
every attachment levied, 75 cents ) and
if further toub.e by moving of good, to
be ted by the court ; for every leplevy
bond upon such attachment, 95 cents;
for everv subtxctn served, on each' oer-
nrte a full end complete return to tb
repective county tru'eet of all lai fet. .
flne forfeitures ttd amerrementSt which
shall Bare Jwen I ', o'n afud;ed be de- "
creed i lhe prece yar, a wl av ''
the name of the peron kr shall he
paw fees i,oU"(icjhati.fe. hern fined,
be icqui'fed or convicted, ind tjn,Me to
piy the coit, anl the court shall not or
dcr the prosecutor to py the cost, the
counties shall py the clerks nJ whcrifT
half their lawful feet enlf etcept in cap
ital or clergyable felonies or protections
lor forgery perjure. end cootpiracy .
lh f lrxcxf o i x 3 n c
Xf It .'lie (t- 1ur$rrinarrfttrTinfVicr
rjJJY. flail J-ecclrc jlltl. bia ioi aum-
nvmrnyj etch. jttaeUaw fewew-wit twr.dh-"
ortenle hh) ntcrountf j - which sam skall
trpttd-tjr if wnwetti
lawi cominc within (he meaning and par-
view oi tnis -act, DC) and the tame are
hereby repeled. ,
XV, Aid be it Junket ' enctted. That It
shall be the uiv of the clerks of th
County and Superior Court to keep
copy of this act potted ur in their reoee-
tive ofTitct, and in the court house, in
tome conspicuous plice during the aitiini-
of ec,h court, under penalty of fifty dol
lars, to be recovered before an ruvire of.
thepeacciby any person suing for the)
Provided net t r tieUi,' Tutt the provi
sion ol tin act hll no. affect any private
act, pancd for any county In this flrete
in relation to the rhrki and shenfT.
XVl( .Ud Se it furtlxr enacted, That
nothing herein contained ahail bexso Con
trued to prevent tho several Countr-
r ..-..' r : r t --
wwfti ot ;m state irom maawnc jut and
. . y mm
ton named therein, 30 cent ; lor putting r"Y",u,'e "'"'nee, to tnetr tnenn, e.ti
rn7oc"ks"or'iHl!ory7J0"cenii ; for every "t iXoutuag w.lsuha,tta.
that I. old abouoiL in to bilk iiarticnlurly, on , r rnterinir arknnwledirmeni ol anv con
tbe plantation i a bra.K:li run tbrougli it. tor j v.-.nr, ianA Blu, 0.lt-r a.u.. 20 ct. ;
three fourthi of a milr, uliich, it i tlioii'! v
icrrf of Land, a part of which
men ol jiKlmt-ni. i rich in tlie pri-cioii ;
metal at any ol tnc ItitrKc mines ; tnerr ii
on the place food water-poutr Toi iiit:."i.g ope
rations. Uo, ? or 25 likel) NF.GKOr.S for ale ; or
a part of them, audi a uuy not wih to IM I Ga
me. Anjrpervn dc-irwa of purchasing, ran call
and view the prcntiaes ; or inqijir- of UoIkt'
i, Dtnkina, an Lar2otlc f'- tbiicription, CiC. .
12t07- W.- M BiWTW U K.
i iui every inmuMtsiou iu chwiuc a iciuc
covctl, 25 icnts lor every Commission
To take testtmony, 95H4 Uw -a very
Kuardian or o'ber bond luken in court,
i 60 cts: for everv indenture fur Uinuini:
apprentice. 60 cts; lor every special
vrrdic: or demurrer or motion in ancs
of judgment, 30 cents for very writ ol
jCLrgivi ftwrRiui.s iu suuds .
Vlki ..tllCD be r o.lTe : Mjfor- aale
Lan.l, situated in Aalte cuunty,
N. C. adioinrntr Burke county on
the smith, and the T nncwee line
i If. subtrribrr, iiitendir.rr to
mnvp from thi' part ol the
tate. oficrt tor rale the above
CJttbi5hrf4tii whIi or witliwit the Ion tbe. wel and north. Tht land in surveyed
ere ;s attwbw -"Vlivs'TrfW JaR Into, feacti bl-frtim 800 ta. 22Wi acres' wch,
and the rptality ol each tract it cerfheu to.t
the rttr-Vyor, who nwule a plat of bia survey
wbictr may be seen on application to Mr- U bite
in Salisbury, Mr. ('. C. Henderson of Lincoln
ton, Mr. Thos. J. Forn. y of Burke county, or to
iwibsiriber in Ashevillr, Huncombe county. A
large portion of this land I ft (toih! as any in
is in excellent
..sailex x:im!ioi!;.auow!. tJrcnara. sc.
Vrroet would te rrecived in "buvnient i and
the condition, beside, will be liberal.
If tbe ahove estahlialiment it not told by the
St of May next, it may be rented for one or
error or.8ppJ with a transcript of re
rord, gl ; for ev4ry certificate of witnes
set aueudaiite or jurursi J9..ceot i for re
cording mar or bramJ U ct ; for affixing
the seal of ofh. e every intrumeni ol
r,m ii,-c-.-I the State. Lead urt has 3etn discivereil on
t, durine the m.iler month, the nlace. if ! different P-it ot vhe survey n.l SoH has been
?'operly attended to, may be rendered a pro
SuSle a any eitablUhtncnt of a similar kind in
fieSt e 99 CUAHI.F.S JUGNOr.
ttaiiftfirilf Uni t! etuwy, Dec. 7, 189.
found adjacent to it : the climate is the most
healthv aud deliuhtful in the world ; and at no
eery distant day, this mountain region of North
Carolina most become tne lavonte parr or rne
state rths land is well timbered, and finely-watered,
t he tracts marked lt quality ill be
told at 75 cents per acre; 2d quality, at 50
cenu i and 3d quality, 40 cent per a'-re. It is
believed so favorable an apportunity for obtain
ing good and cheap farms, w never before ot
tered in this state. The title to the land is in
disputable; warrants deeds will be given to
r . i- . - r r.i i
OttrcliaMrs -Anmicaiton ior inniicr miorom-
tion, and for purchasing any part of these land-,
can be made to Mr. Uhitp in Salisbury, c.
C. Henderson in Ltncolnton, Mr. Thoa. J. lor
hey of Burke county, or to the subscriber.
JO 1 IN BROIVX.
N. B. The aubscribcr also offers "about 90,000
acres of land in Buncombe and Haywood coun
ties. Many of these land contain tome of the
most valuable minerals in the Unions- in short
time the subscriber will te prepareu to uate
TIF. subscriber respectfully informs bit for
mer eHistnmers, and the public at large,
U ne 1st removed Ii'ia Shop from the building
l recently occupied, to the House nearly oppo
f'tx which was formerly occupied by Thomas
HokcB at a Tavern, and lately by. Mr SamuelJ
rrjley u a Cotton Uin Miking Shop i It it on
1i itreet. fire or six doors east of the Court.
Boustyand convenient to tbe business part of
" town of Salisbury j where the subscriber
till continue to carry on all branchea of the'
iMmrjs, as heretofore. tlfrTMteriats thall 4m?4
"ftlte bet quality, and his work executed in a
isiSle, fashionable and e'ejfant style i and hi
ticaliall be.nwdrate, tourreapuod.wit(he,
ptswr of the times.
Orderi frum a itisitanif ' rui. airt ftAa.ta R,
fan., -i:.,;..,. ; brtitlLfq.it. r,-d l-:iit-J -iViirfeing1 lf" f these tracts to companies who might be
T.LI , . '. . . .." I I ''-J- .1. t. ..I.IA1 Bim, lit lim.
wTiuiMr-reauiciuit ic went, 2J cents ,. Ij?
that this shall not auihotise the clerk o
the Court of I'leas and Quarter Session
of Craven countv to cbarte an fee for a
eernGcaie jciviin Jc0t ding ttf iho' previa
tons of the aci to regulate the finances ol
Cnvcti 'cobhlyi : p-ased, A D. 1828 V for
issuing warraiits on entry ofland byor
'ter of court, '4') ' is ; lor enrolling divis
ions cf i states, lor each lot, 20 cts; for
.iking and recording every prosecution
bond, 50 cents; for every certificate ol
tavern license and bond with copr of
rates. $1 ; Icr taking an account, such
sum as the cour uy allow, not exceed
hg hl:y dollars; for every subpirna
tljunded'ott'a petHisjn, l ; lor ever pe
ii ion by tbe copy sheet, lOctst for ceiy
rit otner than leading process ot it
Tables ; Sjcrttariet, and Writing DeskJj Candle
mds, Waah Stands, fc. Cite, will be executed
" tbort notice, and sti icily iu accordance with
wectiona. - .- . , ...
subscriber solicit the patronsge of the
St'", and hopes he will be able to merit it.
. niiru rm ivntinsntv
disnoaed to work the valuable mines ot Iron,
leaiL silver, and fold, which they contain. He
hat already leaned out some of the tracts, and
baa had fair offers for the aale of others. Any
part of these, land will be soldvery low; and
warrantee Ut4ea maue to purcuasers. ,
' '"mriiA rt:-c fSfcit;
T BUEi luoscriof r imvin,;
purchased the estab
rishmeWt'Bf Mr; MileetfilL
.in the lown ChArluttet,
3 on the CancA and Gte -Va-
3 king Ituriiieu in all it va-
siiis K rorn tin t fat (
rid the best Vi;ul of mHtetials, and hay
f Cd workmen in his employ, tietwitt make
Tder. aa-well s. Jteep on hand, all deacrip
tZ f Pcles, tiigs. Carriages, Stages,
S Carryalls, &. His prices shall be
Ulk r"ui or reasdimble indulgence
hi oe extended to responsible customers All
for OTk from a distance, will be prompt.
iS.? of -kind, will be
we 00 hort notice, add reasonable terms-
daniel Sutton. -
Jtiim J-'& U 4)X&!4 bve Jak en iiiej I
.Philip Shaver, in the town ot saiispury f wnere
the Mewf carrvine on the Jilacksmithtnr Bud.
Jtolicit a shareinhe' p
have in their employ one ot. tne oest woramen
in th countv s which will enable tbem to exe-
row. aw escirJtion of Blacksmith's work in
y!e of neatness and durability, equal to any,
in this part of the countnv . I heiterms will bel
moderate, with a reasonable indulgence tor pay
SaUtbury, Dec. 9,1 829. -
TO the Printing Btainei is wanted' at the
ffi. of h tvtrn Carolinian. An in
telligent, active young man, 16 or 17 jeSra old,
kn inmirv arKantareous terms, nap
plication it made eoon. tnwr.llfS 130.
poena ad testificandum, 1 ; furccmfkaie
of amount of account ol sales or account
cut rent of administrator, executor oi
fuardian.if under 2200, 30 cents; If
above 8200, 40 cents rfor eerjr order
of couit authorising the sheriff to issue a
license to retJiers. 80 cents; lor correct
ing an error in a patent, 40 centa.
II. Be it further enacted, 1 hat any
clerk who. shall fai or neglect to record
in a well bound book or booksVto'be kept
for that purpose, all last wills, testaments
and inventories and accounts of sales of
administrators executors and guardians
within three months from the time ol
their probate, shall lucur a penalty of one
hundred dollars, to be recovered by any
person in consequence of such failure or
neglect. -' ' --.-- .U -.
III. lie it further enacted, 1 bat tbe
clerks of the Superior Courts shall for
itk services s'fe
bjr ibis act allovyedclerks jonbe County
Courts'. and no other. . "
ever a court shall make an oraer ot sam
of taada laeied io.Ko;.si,,jWDMaM&i9iJ?jiL.
tice, no attorney's fee ahail be taxed, nor
any other fees for clerk or sheriffs, than
those prescribed by this axt. .
"-'V. tie it further enacted, That no
cler.ofany County or Superior Court
shall be entitled to charjye anr fee far any
capias ad respondendum issued during
term time, unless such capias be execu
ted :':y :fj-r
VI. tie it further enacted, 1 bat in all
Stale Cases where .there shall be a noiie
prqsequi entcrtdjt or th dftndants sbali
J0 cent; for summoning tumtnissioners
ti) divide real ettate, and foi qualifying
ih-m, to be piid in equal portion by the
claimant. SO cents ' each ;"Tfie Tes for
keeping esch criminal in jail pet day,
to be allowed by each County Court as
now directed by law ; fur every "nonce of
taking depositions, 30 cents ; (or sum
moning, crnpunnelling and attending on
every jury, in every cauae.in cuurii and
calling the same, 10 cents; wbxrta ape
rial venire shall by order ol tourt, for
ummooeacA juiorandjlUcndiiig ibe
samt, 20 cen s; lor serving and attend
ing on any person on a' habtas corpus
lcrdav,g; 5J; lor acllinj tti? ete ot
an intestate, to be allowed oj tbe court
not execrding two and a halt per cent i
jqr executing a warrant oi diaucaa, or an
execution agjJntl the gbd caT.DuJypo:
snd ahalf per cent ijor every wrii'oi pos
session, g 1 ; for everfy1)yvirrueTTt;
an execution, 75 cents ; lor the-exeution
Heretofore called r xra sirvice, as now au
thorised by la.
denVaT thereto, the s.me few as for the fcuusehK
like services at It ; for maintaining any
(lave or any criminal seized 0y virtue ol
ariy legal precepti sutn sum as may Oe
fixed by tbe County Court In each county
trrthe State r b apprehending any xrim .
irint, 81 T foTxonveytngauy umial to
ihe jail where such criminal ought to be
tonvcyed. 10 cents per mile, and 5 cents
for each person composing Hie guard,
provided the number shall not exceed
four persons: and if more thqn four shall
be absolutely neceaaary, two cents per
mile fir said guard, for each day auco
sheriff shall maintain said prisoner, iilty
cents: the expense shall be paid by tne
respective counties vhen such prisoner
shall not be liable or able to pay tnt same.
Provided, that nothing herein contain
ed shall afJeci ihe provisions of an ct,
Dassed at the present session of the Legis
lature. Drovidioe compensation fo.r juiort
ot the original paooel Ma countiea of
Beaufort and the other counties therein
IX. Be it further enacted, Tbat no sher
iff oi any county in tun State shall charge
a commission on njr moniea collected on
Deacc, nor any other fees than those al
lowedly M Jlo,cuo.st!iWesaJbr8im
service sT " " ; : -t
X. Be it, further enacted, That the sher
tfi orih. reanecuve countiea-tvMhMt-Ht
State ahail hereafter collect and receive
air fines, amerewvnentat wrleited recog
nizances and forfeirures on penol-stjilutes,
imnosed, adiudced or decided by any of
tha courts in this State ; and all sums of
mmer kt tbe 14 so colltuc.ted, and received
shall oav over to the respective "county
trustees or wardens entitled to receive the
W4stp'pUt4 to jbdiiciiajge.j()f fiOBWjt
bjr law directed. - "7r;y r T'
XI. Be it furfer enacted, i hat the Said
sheriffs shall return af transcript at the
time of Kttiement with tho trustees,
which shall contain the names-ef all jer
sons from wnom iincs, forfeitarei and
amercements shall have been receiyed. ;
XII. Be it jufther citadel That the
clerks of the several courts wunm mis
State shall annually, on or before the first
day of Jxawi, in each sad tyeryyeaf,;
Patent Office. appears from a
recent ' mesage "of 'tn'c TrcVJe nt"oT "
the Iri.iud States to Congress, true
there is ah unexplained deficiency
in the account wmch hve been ren
dered at fie Treasury, of the lees re
ceived at the P.tenl Oilier, amounti
to S4290. IVecaUtiijiJt have been pro
vided to guard agaiust Bimilar dclinV
quencies in future.
Mr, Monroe vxy arrived in Wash-"
ingttm, a..d tnu for a tune w-s fur
oihed the aomewhat noticeable cir
cumstance of the presence at theaame
tiflJC.al thd Seal f.Gok'erbrjirot'.or;,
three tndividjl. who rtatj usrametl
thM7dIict-I'r4i4et-4f -the -4J4ut
States. It is a beautiful an practical
cpnrmrntary on riynnstrroTtoiK. Mrr
lady, whose constitution is ton deli
cate to stand a more norhrm temper
T Cotton Seal QiL SSSStt eiliiBP"
tion o! tne utility of this new discovery
is given by the editt-r of a western
paper, who says " We had our lamp
filled a few evenings since with oil
pressed from the cotton seed, aiid we
have no hesitation io saying, that the
oil burns a well as aoy other kind tea
ever saw r
John Quiney Mams, late President
tf the t! ited Slate's, has be to elected
a member of the board of overseers
of Harvard University, to supply the
pUce of Josiah Quincy, elected to the?
Presidency of the ir, stttuttoo.1- -
.We find the following retort courte
ous in the Hrrisburg (Penn.) Intelli
gencer of Friday. It is part of a le
.gialarive. derhat . t . . r ' , ; .
'.' Mr Craft, a young man of con
sidera'ble promise from Allegheny
swef Mr, Martin, of Pluladeir'a
yr-:rm rhr Snhject of cortnectrji'
an important aubject with party feeling,
Mr, Martin thought propcr to answer
Mr. Craft, by saying that he would
quote the following poetry for the)
geotlcmsrVa instruction : . ,
T -;? Irps-esel can Jtrjay .TftMUre more,
But little Craji must keep the shore. "
im;.Mr.. Craft replied, that when- tho
gcBtlemafl k fed ArVH71?Pkh JdC
c"ona'e1igt'0"dt6"vtTgwicr--htm-r- oat arJL
had .been pliaaed tO"Timase the house) t v,
with "-poetry , : hep Vouldf "aJdt:lhrt! :
raainder of the couplet ' -
- the noble swallow seeks the sky,
" The fboliah .tforft'n can btt try. , . .. -
i Jiir;.Superfine Flour of
Slippery Elm, is advertised at Wash
ington, as a mediciae for colds, pleu
kfiamnutkm of the stomacb. - .