f 6t her Lt dlfTcr
ent sphere. Her
ent spnere. tier pam inrounn iiici
.though perhapit nut in soma rnessure
cd through Jfltowery meads end ver
daot dales," ret it require til the boas
ted power ascribe J to. men to enable her to
"preserve the even tenor of her way."
In tbe (Jithtrge of her duties, whatever
tltcy PVMT he they are thronged with the
iamedifticuiiie, and f cqiiro the fame
.uct:y to. perform, ttut attend the path-
vey of tne ft. (J ' . . -
jtaKCto h'mw..-if id-icatiou hat tegen
oiuted ' inJ"enngWhed her mind, how
Li .mnut m. oaU rkU uooicf'kla iaiuex
der itood. to tite treat means 01
llfHMJl IV HI? fT,i V.M litweiiiaj v iVUHH't, j
s r rt till is .ir
numuu.ua ijvi. Ujki7i.i.v..Mu. jiicu.svic
' 'jVir relative dependence the one upon
(he other, call lor it The firat for rr
protection and support, the Utter for that
cet peace whkUU only iu her por
to kik. It J' om ner inst su min t
nd plousures etosnaie. til U:t
auta it the throne or l nppi:ies, anc
if ignorance. aoompsnied with the gros
for feeling of our nstOie, spread its mn
Ue thtre, hw-w gloomy is the scehe. The
vul'M'itiou of the female intellect cannot
Jelract ft oca the power, influence, or
pleasure of manl li will brii no " rival
in his kingdom" it will not render her
conversation less' agreaule it will not
render her judgement less iuic end cer
tain in the tnaoaemcnt of the domestic
hffaii of a family. it will not render tier
less capable to discharge the dutiea ol a
mother in rearing and correciln the ecu
timents of those over wbom nature lm or
. dered her to be the natural uaiUian and
tutor. When man finds his little at) awepi
Ire hi him by repeated mislorlune, it ifl
not render her less capable to soothe
his mrlancholy otiitd." When he fiods
himself stretched upon a bed of sickness
certainly knowledge and information, ad
tied to the tender feelings ot her nature,
will not incapacitate her to administer
the " balm ol Gilcad" to bis fevered
PROSPI-CTUS KOR THIS PAPF.lt
Tee desire to be useful to our Fellow-Citizena,
"Whilst it the same time we eMwdvwM w pe-i M .iwtlipi ld.nkq .umc-scrvinj men of
runiarv interesfa, has induced m: to- undertake ifh?1 -' " - - -l,
oiucL of the press which Jia recen'lyp The meriti or the Indian ri'iestion' we will not
pj,c . j tLe MOd&Mucc'of. the NutU waaAaL. fuunded
In undertaking the management of t tak, to ' n the conviction of the justice of the cau.e tl.ey
do'proper justice to which, would call lor gen-1 advocated, but waj based upon that intermina
crat and accurate knowledge ;jiQ.iiu:oniiidf;ui)k 1 hie andjalacable hatred. which it Jias mani
ahare of dignity and prudence, with great and I'cited towards the South, aint'il.e "termination
unwearied industry and apnlici iun, we iccl of tbe last wrr. IjuthrjtlliulIiil m.eriion
tSUJent r UieTfiuliiStiice e in aisofeate iu
ourseiver n?itiw a tU - uUika - a44d -
bd a small dividend vf cry. Hut vt Cnn Cc
claxe in good iaith to our ftliuw-citizer.?, who
inay tee I iuclii.cd to extend to us their patron
-', that no efloru uu our a: t, slii.lt be wanting
to till up the highest meatuvc uf expectation
that can be f'ormtd of the p. c'mLIe good and
advantage, which the pubheuion ot cur paper,
with 1 view to the dtsjininauon of knowledge
and truth, cannot tail toprjJu.'t in some ilegree.
We are in no wise inclined to detract f; om tlie
credit and standing which tstiu of our Journald
1 1 . - . L ' , I 1 .... I!
uave acquirea lor iucu.its auioaj . cu itwejve ; Ae eeU!ilCi
at home-but we mu-t not U cherged with un-1 W(. " w bav, My correcl
Jeclare, that many of the agents of our presses 1 Wi,0 j, eerarnly, been at mnch pthed
have a:andaiiaed themselves and their country, by abusc n jn our countryf bu.
n au unpardonable reckhitaneas of that digni.jtBi8 recrD. cc,arrcnce is a cu,ar manifeaUt.-m
lied coure of conduct which should distinguiah ;of M,eem i)( wUld( hc hM by Li- own
cer, periodical intended for public investiga- n(J ?M Mion of the
liun c"iargea, which have been preferred against
We profesa ourselves to be ardently attached And y e Lre incKnei ,0 the beliefi ,hat
to the good cause of our country, with which ,i;g Mon waa a part of that system of pro
e cons,der identified the .ecurity and perpet- .eriptioB. whichlome 0four Senators have been
j"1'0" 0 the Urioni con8Ult tnd unahated artyitij; wtliilt tt the Mtne time they WCre
sn luoicwus mcuicawun
II I-. I-. I-.. I--.-..
tke Republican principle the practice of whlth
characterized tbe administrations of Jcfferion,
Uadisoo and Monroe. -
We re at present particularly friendly to
those in whose hands the administration of the
affairs of tbe Nation is at this moment entrus-
A V HMUOpSW
lfMe'4he path of tfttit
" "Should any measure 'be recommended thaf
, does not strictly aceord with ur idea of pro
priety u to the policy which should be pursued
by the nation in tbenducT of Pi Inttitist con
terns, u weft as the relations which subsist be
tween this and, other countries, we will not fail
to warn our feltaw-eitii ent, in order that they
may commune with their representatives, thro
whom alone the can enter their protest, in the
Legislative Hall, against any unfavorable or ob
noxious measure. ' t
Of the domestic policy which should regulate,
the internal concerts of this State, we do not
exactly know bow 'to apeak, Vir.ce no subject
taomentoiu to tke people ef tbii rjuartir cf tie
cotraonwe<b la, vlicb tie whole populatioo
in common are not equally interested, doe a, at
this lime, present itself to our view we can
therefore onl promise at present steady ad.
hercnee to Such principles of domestic policy as
in our view will best tecure tie peace ami pros,
perlty of the state.
To these fond of perusing literary prodoc
fiona, our paper, when enlarged, (which we
bar e it in contemplation to do) will afford eon.
aiderable advantages, since we.hsve determined
to fill up the iiure room iu our, colu Tins, with
the beat selections of that clursctrr, which our
tsvte end judgment may prefer, as containing
instructive and entertaining matter.
.,W.wi2 cuaciuda by Ataurtng aU, thai aotuing
'II hf ft unwayed which could render the
jtefulal of-rnews-1c'ter attractive ' anfrnrgrea
rvi - - i
dince that tui. liberal 4od enlightened public
will npt fail to proffer u their hand and eupport ,
saving. to theftis jives the privilege of with-draw.
al in the usual manner, when dissatisfaction as-
ili(lltl reij?rJ kmt)ag Ulcm wfl hope the old
supftorurs of the paper will continue their pat.
ronae, n l that this nitre ctrhanf of Editor
will not be an inducement wiiii thctn to aith
draw their su'.iijjtiuiu.
PnttripHo-i-.r-Vle aiyi thought, that the
mat;.ianimity of the North as id'e cant and
wLiumg pick-n.iun, u!ita the exercise of that
virtue could be bi Ought to bear upon their in
ttus'. 10 fur as to optrate to its injury. They
know how to Ulk of manamtnity, and to re
CooiTenJ it to othcti, tiut they cannot add ex
arr.pl.; to ire ept. Certain of the Northern dele,
gttioii Ud tt:e Independence anj magnanimity
(0 op;te encroachments upon the state author
tile", in the th'ipe of In.iian Sovrreifnty, and
to set their Utn against the power contended
for; to ci'.fch!.-ii an imviun m iotperU, deatruc
tive fct nnce of sll civil rule and domestic quiet 1
but the NorlVrr community had not the maj
namr.:tjo applaud the disintf-rrbid and Oianly
spirit of tlieir Ktprr.eifcrivei in Cotpreta, who
dared to cpp,!i; the principles, which the Indian
Dartv souit to es'abliili. i ho:e tnn ha.'e a I.-
reaJy bee 11 piotcribcd by public sentiment, ami
threatened v.i'Ji a deprivation cf their srata in
Coiitrreaa. attrie next clechon. Wiat dea this
evince? An ob.t:;iate spirit, and a relentless,
wayward diaposiuuti Tin y U'k of the liberty
-of ach d fre-lm of opjmon a ltn priv
ikges, unalirnable, erd inviolab'e, and which
lean only be exercised, without in'erruption, in
a free Republican govcnicicnt. T!iey boriiV of
se privileges, a bein the firmest props
ir freedom and independence, tut
t!ey not already violated thoae rights by pro
I scribing thtir Iteprescntatives, for a fr?e and
honefci eiprtssion 01 their snmnienis r iney
: Ph lhe nerves of our Institution, by such
..... japjl." iu their vote. Ml Congrtgvjsod to
out the linion.
lair III!." It will be rect!lect;J thtt men
tion was nude sometime since, that Gov. Wood,
bury would decline a re-election, as Senator of
New-Hampshire, and make way for Isaac Hill,
whose nomination, to tbe Senate for comp
troller was some time since rejected. It
was, we f)d, a correct statement, since he
ti now a Senator from New-Ha npihire, lor six
stars. In the Ib.ne of Kepresentativea be re
ceived 11 f votes oui of 20. and 9 out of
,n(le.h.r.nh;m with nro&criotion because
jhe w the indu3tr.y and Krutfny t0 fid out
those who had abused tbe trust reposed in
them and the firmness to turn them out, and
fill their places by those who were more de
serving of the confidence always to be reposed
in our public officers.-1
C3 rThe"frne,iWi'S' ttf-tWHrnfahW Tern
psWcVieJywqueaifed to niee'l at iheT
Court -House, on the 3d of July next, at 1 1 oclock
A M. Tao or three speeches will be delivered
on the occasion
" William" D.' Wi!s., ah intelligent farmer Of
iliis county, informi1 us that, from one grain of
wheat, he produced twenty-two etalks, sine of
which had one bunclrec and one grains on it ;
and the twenty-two stalks, produced fourteen
hundred and eiglity-fivegraitwf f.Beat thiwbo
The Supreme court, of this State, com.
me need ita aession onMonday thtT 14th inst,
All the judges present. - . '77 7
Joaeph Caldwell, of Iredell, and Burgess 8,
Gaither, of Burke county, have btfl admitted
U Soptnor Court f'scuce
Xhttrt. )nti U Cro'jlt terfrit B (j Siitc,
through the medium of your paper, that a ve-y
favorable opportunity now present itself to the
ciiuens of ftalitbury, as well a the military
generally,' of raising! fine Bandof Musict' Mr.
HurTtnan, a Gentleman from Germany, but more
recently from New York, end eminently skilled
in the science of music, la now la Town, and
ould be (lad of en opportunity of instructins;
one. His terms and conditions are such, that
no one who feels Interested In the subject, can
objects- Opportunities hk tke peMeM, seldom
ocean, and it U confidently hoped, that the pre.
sent one will not fail for the want of encourage,
.Jtx. WT ZaTtlj, wro a7n1oThe
charm, of music, as not to, he thrilled by )m
trtdodw etraiiM ef a weU eryanitedrand wwtH
arfrfct nd f VOr vb errU triTin.riie
um.'mii wuuw nuureMiin re-aniniate J plea-
sure, to witness the Civil and Military proces-
ioiii of Salisbury, escorted by an elegant Band
ot Music, like the one in contemplation ! I take
it upon me; Gentlemen, to aay, not one. Nor
do I believe that any thing more is wantinr to
aecompliab an object ao desirable to the citu
zrns generally, than for a few individuals to pat.
ronue it, by circulating subscription among
their friends. t
The writer of this will be himself, ra-sponsibl
for fifty dollars, within the Circle of his own
f.iendi. A Lovtu 0 Mtsic,
We lay belorc our readers, to-day, a part of
the very interestiog circular of our Representa
tive in Congress, Col. Hencher, to the- people
of this district. 'We are sorry ihat we Could not
publish it entire, inasmuch is we think it will be
read with the greatest interest by every man in
the district 1 it shall however be concluded as
soon as practicable.
He makes a very dear and concise statement
of our national afTaira and expos? the Tariff in
all its nude deformities, to the view of the peo.
pie. Agreeably to his statement, and it is eor
roborated by facts, the Southern Statea, com
posing about one AjJ tht ppululin tht
Union,- pay tw4hirdi tht Unxnut." Can
any reasonable man, any longer, give his sup
J'orV.tft, t,wcaur,e. Lkh curie 44 rVec) vueh
deep marks of injustice and oppression. It is
Having disposed of the establishment of the
HVtrern Carolinian and being desirous of en
tering upon Du'jlic duties ihrcuul. u annn
pr,cucable,-tbe underwgned requests aU a ho
4re indebted to him for Newsp.otrs, Advertise-
m.-n's, fkc. to make payment as soon as possible
Those who have paid in advance, will be sup
plied with the Paper by Messrs. ; U Crflc
Moneys due the undersigned, may be transmit,
ud to bi-svby wall; ... , PHJW ttHlTE....
'3W'intt citkena of ibe
Jersey settlement, in this county, assembled n
Saturday the 19ib inst. at Pinkaton's Store for
the purpose of making 'suitable arrangements,
for the celebration of the approaching Anni
versary of our Independence. John March.
mvtg veen cajienio me aiAir, ana ae
'hack .PinktQn Esq appointed becrelarv, the
resoluUone w re read and adopted 1
Rettlvtd, that the" 3rd. day of July be celebrated
for the 4th, by reason of the latter day's coming
on the sabbatb: Rtu'vtd that f)r. Burgess L.
Brail be rtquested to deliver an Oration on that
day r Rtsuhtd that 1 ho mas J. Uright, be re
qhejted tn read , tbe Declaration of Indepen
dence ; Rtnlved, that John March, Meahack
rinkaton, Jainea Smith, William Moore and
Thomas J. Bright, Ksqra. compose the commit
mittee of toasts: Hetolved, that Capt. Casper
Smith, Henry Wilson and Hiram Thompson,
Esquires, compose the committee of ar
rangements; Rttalvtd, that, William Moore,
Kaq.- be Teqnested' to act is -president -of "the
diy, and Meshack Pinkston, Esq. as Vice Pre
sidont; Rcttlvtd, unanimously, that, ihe toasts
be drank with cold voter.
JOHN MARCH, Chairman.
MESHACK PINKSTON, 4c'y
Gov. Gilmer, of Geo. issued two proclamations
on tbe 3d inrt. the one declaring the laws of
that state to be in full force over tbe Cherokee,
the other forbidding the whites, aa well ss the
The report that President Jackson war to
visit the Hermitage via New York, seems to be
incorrect. The National Intelligencer aaya he
will proceed directly to Tennessee.
The following extract, from the " Banner of
the Constitution," fully shews the hhraliif of
!" thiTthe'y'look, or affect to'look,
upon tbe American System, as aettled firmly
and immoveably s ao ctnfident, indeed, are fbey
of this, that they hatre foredlosed their public
print against any thing like free d'tacuesion of
the subject. Now is this real, or ajfetttd confi
dence in the correctness and justice of that
part of the policy of our country t la It not ra
ther tbe strongest evidence that they know the,
evil of the policy, and the sandy foundations up
on which it tls built i and in afraid, that, if
their prints are left open to a free, fair, and
candid discussion of the merits of the question,
its injustice and oppression will be too glaring
any longer to receive the support of a majority
cf the ealijhtened people e Uteic V. Statei?
We tt to tellerere io Vrar they are,
always, used to brow-beat men in tbe forma.
tion of their opinions upon any subject, as has
been sufficiently exemplified In the case now
before us. We no longer, want to hear, any
thing about Northern hirality.
" It is with greet satisfaction we notice
that the National Intelligencer, which has
wide circulation h the Tariff States,
hat of late given several extracts from the
Southern papers, eihibiting the. extent of
hejexcltementwhich therf prf tails jn
regard to the usurpttions of the General
Government If some of the 1 pepere'ln
Pennsylvania, 'Ohio, -and other States,
I w aielv4ika 4be-oatrU kybee waw t he f- hid
tneir neaas.t nine, tnerc 11 no cancer, woum
'Jt op eriehttr 0 .prospect t-ihittuo-
country fearful that th
litical questions will in
Are they in practice hostile tnthe liberty
of the press Of what, advantage is it
that' there should bo freedom of publish
ing one's opinions in theory, if 00 editor
can be found to exercise the right in
practice f it is e truth, and a lamentable
oh it is, that there is not now In the
wools Ctate of Pennsylvania a single' pa
per that .will circulate the doctrines of
free trade. Even, in Philadelphia, City
which has iu many commercial advanta
ges, there is nnt an editor who will open
ly avow himself an opponent of the Araer
lean System, nor du we know of one who
would five freec admjssion to essay in
tended' to show ine fallacies of the restric
tive philosophy, or the mischievous ef
fects of the exercise by the General Gov
ernmeni of the power to make roadt and
canals. We state these facta for the in
formation of our Southern Irirnda, ia or
der that they may see what little chance
they have of be in heard in those quar
ters which it ia moat desirable to reach
There is not at thit day acountiy on this
whole continent, Bratil included, where
the liberty of the pi ess iipoh vital quei
tions, is . more shackled ttun in tome
part of this boasted land oi liberty. n
WEST FG.V EUROPE.
The latest London papers contain no
news of any importance- The King's
health engages ibe ailentiqu of all classes.
The Liverpool Chronicle of the 8th aaya
The Kin, notwithstanding the Court
newsmen and the bulletin, continues ex
tremely ill; we are sony to say, we bcliete
hi condition to be hope It is. Oxie reason
has been assigned lor the arcblguous lan
guage in which the bulletins' have been
couched, which captains and accounts for
11. It ia said that his Majesty insists on
seeing cvety bulletin before it is publish
ed, and that his phyiicians do not wish to
give tiie royal palie nl more uneasiness . bjf
speaking deciuecly ol his iUjesty a com
stating, that little hope can be reasonably
entertained of his Majesty's recovery.
The London papers contain rarls dates
to the Sth. t reparations for ihe expeoi
lion against Aitriersjiore rapidly progress
mg. OenerwFljoui r:iunttradii"rircdit-
Toutoii. All tbe ships had received
order to tupplf. themsclvei-aith pfdvi'.
sioiis, for four months, for their trews, end
one mwith for th 4roon on board. -The
artillery, to be embarked, conatats of four
batteries of six guns ach, of 80 battel ing
cannon, beside a reserve of 80 the em
barkation to be completed before the I Mb
t'tiun'er IS Enquirtr,
faTIHE editors of be Kicbmond Whig, itich
X roond Enquirer and National Intelligencer,
are requested to stop an advertisement, signed
by me, for a Teacher, to take charge of a acbool
in this place, and U forward their account tor
payment. ---STEPHEN L. FERRANH.
'7imeS2d, 1830. Jitf
laoM RALEItiB TO SiUSBDHI.
STJIGE F4RE, .$S0
WJtifK-imWSmWS stage runs
days eac-way7Tne accommoaation is gr.oa.
Paasengers Who are rravelling from Baieigti. to
Salisbury, or Tennessee, or South of Salisbury,
will find thia to be the neareat, cbrapeat and
most expeditioui route Wet of Kaleigb. " F
sengers who are travelling from Salisbury Nwrth,
will find tbis route, by the way of Raleigh and
Petersburg, to be' the nearest, cheapest end
m.t expeditious route that can be travelled -to
th Kni-tii. hv two clava. A uagsener who
Ksleieh "and Veteubui g, to W ashington City,
win y;o li jn hb mm win ibtcc inuui
out r-f five all niirhtl 1
the Contractor will pledge.hijnself to keepj
first rate Vla'rf Coaches', end good genii horae,!
and drivers of th best-kiBd and kewiltapwre
no pains rh -trying to render thoee who paronjse
him, comfortable end safe through his route.
Passenger who are unacquainted with thia
route, will secure seats' by application, at Mr E.
P. Guioo'S Hotel, in Raleigh sr.d at Mr. -William
H. Rlauirh'.er'a Hotel, to SaKsbury.
. The stages will leave Salisbury every. Wed.
nesdar and Saturday, at 6, A. M, and arrive in
Raleigh orT"Thurday and Sunday, V, t. M. and
will leave Raleigh on TuesJays and Fridaya a
soon aa tbe ftor.tiern stage arrives, and arrive at
Sliburv on 1 hurwdays and Saturjjr at 9, P.
U. -. tiEORGE WILtlA W, tntracttr.
fllUE subscribers are desirous of purthssino
X n hundred JftO R 0 t, for wb'tr.h they
will pay a liberal price in eosA. Application
may he made, either by letter or in person, to
Joeun He ie In H'Uiri ANTON, or James Moiij
in 8ALISBLRI j who will be ready at all timet
to accommodate thnae who may win to c
change Negro property for cash.
- . ,, JiMF.' HUlfi, V
V JOilAJI HlTE." ,
. JuneU 1810. . 2 J '
H , FOR flAjX, , .'. 1
r. e j 1 -'i - ifi -
nenr in 1 .ineoin rmrnr v
,nr aale. Ivinf. An I r. w .
dcC.'jQfes,X wl lt .awaiwr.4. '''-fr
ma; i"w Acre s 01 ianfl, or whtcii tyu are now"
unde cuhiv.tion. '. AI-, the Iron Works are in .
cdmplele operatioe, Saw-Mill, tllacbroith jhop
"'js'l neewsary . luiildingfc 7. . .. , .
, The Cattblihment abnttnds In the grav, mag.
netic, and red hoton Ores, which are deeme
uiexhauttible, bv mperinr judges ami eurpsjaeoj
by none for iheir quaK'jr. The porta- U easjr
andtonvenient. ' A yoke of oxen are auffcienk
to port the Coal and Cre to the forge f t the,
daily conaumption. Th-rTia also bren diawjv
ered, recentlv, 09 I D in e'widerible. fluencies'.
lu:h hid fair to be valuable " Thia is in thai
gold region of the celebrated King's Mountain
""J milel distant, and for lltattk i aurpaa;
sed by no situation in tbis vieinity. , Those who
feel, tlrsirous of endcrtaking in the kuaineisj
would V well m mil on the auhscriber aad view '
the premises and hear the onnditione, as ha
feels aniioua to remove t the Wtetera pert -ICl"
A good bargain ran be bd. . ,
j MOSES T. ABEOATHV. .
JW 5. 1830. - a' . f ..'28
THE subcriber having obtained a Patent in)
the year 1827 for Mill for grinding afvl
waxhing Ore of Gold and other metals, and hlai
plan having been generally adopted, deem it nt
eesnarv to cintion the public against uaing ain
ilar Milfs wrthncf 1iis eonsent : The subscriber
thinks it unnecessary to give aiy description of
bis Mills; as they Are In operation in.viriau
prt ofthe State, tli f atenta embrace Kra"ch
ind, SiikJojviAexal ierma'wid be.(ot.c
ded to ail who make early application tor rgni.
and every information given on applifativn.
Ch,rrt.tk V r ' " 5tN -'Ur-
ttiThe Vorkvilla Fianerr: Cmnaiwroughi -
rtriiit ami Kaleich Tlcrister, will insert the
above advertisement In thdr Tftpectire papere
for one mjflth, and forward their account a for
payment. . W. H. P.
Uock lor Salts
11 E subscribers have a GrsUate Uxaxs-Clock.
which tucy will sell '.
' HAMTTON k FALMER. -
e discussion Pf IM: hr mii-T ZZlTZX1 LZZ'TZl '
a. - i I at n DU( 1IH 11 j,JUlltXBl llU'fff
jnre ine people, t Mforkviiie, So,;,i,.r.,.j 1 lllla thAtatk. antltaasrW
THE itibcriber sTana'artures, ftrihe7-5outh-
. crn.jtidAVelm 4ri4nI1ieep-e-21r
st 4nrty'on hand, a very large Stockrof LarliesV r-? ""
Genlletoertw aid Childreo CWAKXTmado of
every descriptiort bf Silk eod Stuff Goods,' puf-": ,,7JT.
etiased expreaaly for the purpose, at the lowest)
auction price, Tbeae Cloak are mau in tite
beab Style, by persona who have had several ' ;
years eanennnce in tne ousirtrtsi ana wilt oe
jsoM, by tne junltty, on1 hlieml levm -ir iKwi' --.r
that will probaiil) make them aa safe end -pro-. . f
thut can be purchased in tfii market, . lOud
1$) Maiden Lam, censer" Urttn M. X fa-,-'
t. J. C. also manufacture anj kps constant
ly 00 hand; for sale, by t'ue qtisntity, a large and
complete assortment of 8T0CKS,;f every de
criptlon', warranted made of the best of oiateri-,
ala, and in the'handiomt Style. '
JVo Combination and a Free Traded
EARTHEN WARE & LOOKING CLASSES.
Tnos. J. JJARIIOW, 4 CO.
Imporlcrg, 88 Water-Street; N. York',
OFFER for ale 1,000 rack ages Raflhenware,
Ufass, China and Looking (jlaases. com-
bfivtii ff4'fejjMiiot jfultlt sMQnrt iftnt ever iifv
ed in this market, and which will be repacked
te the Country Merchant a the lowest prices"
In consequence of having retWd to joint thai
Cm4ifuinon for regulating the prices of Crock
rry, in thia city, we have been made the tub.
j'cts of a most intolerant persecution, the 00-
ject ot which is nothing lea than w rnttrt rvit
and ci-pulnunfrm the trade, our characters hav.
been anaileu u men pf integrity- and fair deaU
ing, pur credit a a house of responsibility im.
peaphed and every endeavor made to ruin it, -nd
to erown the whole our importations through
lua-Wpia onawneie havf hten-wtttfrrrrptart'ti
consequence of ihreats thrown r-it to the Man
obiee(r ,0 tmvy A-cnU r ifetinooi t0 m.k(l
U,ir purchates in such e manner that our name
would not appear in the tranaaction--all thej
facilities attendant upn obtaining credit for our
importation are denied to us, and nothing but,
cash in Liverpool will obtain for til our needed
supplies of ware, We are miff,-ring these bard,
ships lil the cVuse of the Merchant and.Coo,
u"rner of tl4 dMiptioif ifeod, ne- lee than -
w ano assistance t ao romr as we are ena-
blcd taausiain ourelv against more than forty - -
men, who have combined to bring about pup,
ruin in this unheard of minne, w4 wVJ eontiiMie r --""
tAealLeut. gouda Free iwUAdeMeiiiu.M our "
llfOS. j. BAHHOW, fc CO. ;
. 83 .Uater Street, above Old-alip, ; .
fflO the Jail of Itowan county, on 35th mwart,
X a Negro nun who his name ia Ihek,
awl belonK to John Uonner, of Fairfield Dial
trict, South Carolina. Ho is about 3 J yeara of '
age, and quite black ;' "peaks quick when po
ken tot and is of common sue. The owner it'
requested fo prnve property, tpav charge, and
te.him away. ' F, SLATER. &h'ft