' ii 7: it r.
fiT-r't rar brirfd dr'ta, "
Nrit'n ly JrwfW fcrifjtil
1 1.1 3fCV ant brt.lre p'rt't
1T V-w4 mt hi erwriM j !
Tbi U beatafh r . '
D.d nnnttraf srtirt'i tears it:i fall
' Uf k4 1 be the tjuwt (reutiJ,
Mr trwttd (una to fold.
r r rk )( h fciib w fnj
" X kltJ tWiga'a ee-M ! -'
fi aukr tM'.brf raw le -place ' .
r f wy topes to frtu,"
$M Lit hM WW fnmnlnf race", '
A'd-stalles hmthtntf.cd to UmKT
t- TkeyVa v4 frewt say hpe aty-
' TbVe take tbe avert iW
That 1 nnd e' wy aplrfc ' ply f '
J Tft-jiV wd iwlMf die -l '
tvhaiv Jy has M k It f it I "l
'Sff - k atothav of Despair "
Vhrt f f ope' gnklnd to N 1 r : , r
o lf m Is I fit plrSaanf jrrat
All roverM oV with . r
' TbaitKh "i'f'J tbrourti k&tlms, f vaatd barr
. Vr m sr ff Jkn . .
!TM I btf ncvrr fwro loom,
' II J mer Mid ! ,
fnr fk aotkrr) 0itf 1 Virl
! Ki'tlbit m Hu fnnuiii , "
-Be itb vUck H jh, r.ppy hwin
?4ff eH ftfrVfll! ( )! fton "
' Tkit nirki my et kd f
5 houU.r, to dtfoy rrrotfcom
. , U tilk om Erfor, 6b.ture $.
, f. tel'i ! rejected bjr tvtfy touBd under
.time h am tieo it frdiVnd it be
;-iDot floured bygoverameotji caooot
.Jll uHlm.tely direc wbeoevcr it be
The .Ute'irclibishop of Ddau
lor hii io!en..te VofJ
. coi.gnienra tenevoIece. - Tbtt u!
iicJou iU Kbt bt ree? with.
.cBijniereif.':. Mjr lord, Mid per.
,oo to Mm. oo dj, bere ii poor
Jromta come to tk hrity -hit do
. ; vb wiu to ao lor herr Ml w otd
.. .... otveoiy. ii the in great
. ," M " .- oni- mum
liJttt-rglc er twenty.fie
- .5rnei. Tent. five frnc. Mv. lord,
f.h it too, niuch,;eipccii!lT 'U'lhe'lri
'eeit.-A Jewel f ;VeiT mv lord.
.?X)hn thj. miie . grai-JijTrtnee ,
., .f Bie ber fitty.Craoci, theo, ad iluak
"r'"7;,A gentlemah, Leiog forced to telft
; - psirtif )irt en IAya'huurvMt Kw
l wge'i o!4 hiikerveot he coul'l keep
r him no I'tner, not knowing bow to
fav Mo Ktc hext year. Thr tfrvant
' '. WCd.him, he woald errve Jin
. Jor oore ot . Me fettle. But . what
h,! I laid thit "atiitrr,' whrn D
!.:.liP"kc.i:t are E ne The itrvaot re
.. ... ... biipj, i Yyflall then" serve , me, o j
. . ? o you wiu get your cetUe gmr-,
JVjrtcjyjapcri. Tmtllipff one day
. 'ith miowhotn we eoon aicernined
to be l well-to-live-ln.thc-Vorld-far-
4trtff. Io the enorse, of conversation
... Cpoo,' vrioui auhjtfcti, pnrcipa!Jy.f.
ricutural; we f jood that he wn just
rctuuing iron) pat pwa ton D where
e had contracted for. the tale of five
v liundred bueheli of whet at T5ccnti
. , V.Jer buihe!. From . this tubjeet our
coqvenatloo changed to that of tie we.
- , - ;- paperi, and upon aicertaining thai he
w "ot euwetiber to any onDfer.
., iwd ao ,many way t lor hii money, he
v . ' iould not' aff.rd it. ' We 'then asked
CZyy. ou'4 ' beeoro a aubicrw
. " ber to " "case wo would eo fnce h to
a if he had taken the paper, he
- f ivm!J have'avedhl6neharBaio alone
f ? tlmca the com of it for a yean
, 1 1 ; j "reed to thia t and we took from
, our P ,tKe" one of our latest papere in
.-'. wl.ith ws ad advertisement; offering
. .' " f(n cmtracv for any Quantity of wheat
- - at 81 cet.ti per bushel. f baa we iU
'. . ' lotrated to our farmer friend, that if
A he had been a reader of our'pap hie
- tniht have "aaved lit Centa on eiihof
"""rmtiV aljkShiuihela' of whcaT VntVuj
.:Lzou of Jhirtyl cl-JIarj luflScienL to
. , pv for our par 15 yeara., , He paid
. "ostwo do'lan and' left u. jrrowlir
i nimseii t.ir navthj been o neK't
gent fbU true interest. Die Oi-
- Tht profound philosopher, and di
- tiarDi. Samuel CWV, was of ae
A tjf playful duposhioHi- and was pleai;-
d witii the company cfyounj people,
' Q'tt Aif while hewa patakiBg of
the . eporti pf his little comrades, he
"w'ai informed of the arrival of a. re r.
laifop. No, sir friends,' said
fcr thw', let us look grave, here
tin ottjUcrrmj Jnwtotri.
-M13 MARV ANNAfiini'.n.
T)iii ir 3 the mtsiin v' lV""''i
hile the fl'ltisharmv krpi porei'o
f the Kcilmard, a (!lttan battllion
ccf ird the h"Ue add , pUntattonof
.Mr. LJxt: Gihhs On tb hacks fcf the
fltrtnu. T" ejt'lte genernl alarm, and
more jvrticuUrly ,to annoy the. pott,
two. gUict'.rom Clurle styn iicf n;
diat tha river in the night time, urn
einectedlv oeord a heavy lire of
gnpe and mond shot on the hnue
and neighboring ertcampmer.t.;Tht
family, who hd' btenallowed t' re
smlttia tomeii ibeuppxtjpanc&cati
were now rdcredto nt the I he pre
Meand M fTT fLpM4miiy i" t e
infirmiiy,id hii famTty, stfTHipftfaf
midnight for ah "adj'Hiing plantation,
Vhea beywnd the rr ach of the shot
which, r kd lncessntly passfd orrr
the h3f of tBe partyiao enqVuV tt;
ing made respcctint; the safety of the
childrei, it wa fuadt- that In the
hurry 'and (error, of the moment,
distant relation, a boy as yet ia early
infanryJdUeo left ffchiad,-The
seryautf were entreated to rttorn for
him, but refused f and he roust have
been left to his fate, had. not the hero,
'mm aod nffrction f Miss Mry Anoa
Oiobf,lhenbut thirteen yeV old in
spired her with courage to fly I0hiire;
scoeVf Ttiedarkor ss of the ntghi was
ptofvsfnd, yet she returned slnr, the
d'iM ore being fully a milt j and after
alng refusal, having byjtears aod en
tretice obtained admission from the
ceotiocl. ascciidinc t ithe third stouv
Tf err wlic f trod the rhilt and carri
WTTarTTt1ieToTgVf ly cove rrd with-Mhe ilirt,,thrwi wp
by 'he.' shot; $ni I greasy trrified y
fhrlr constant "approarh ta hrr person.
VuhltC gratitude Ts"dufl ihis IntreS
p id action,' stqcetheg llao Lieut.
Colonel JVnwtck, eo much dis'in
guished by his services io the lata war
ws the person saved, '",
.1 high bomr??'"-1 " course or
the searches f r tnoae unclean anini.le
the sine, were" ffund poHote"the
air and end ir per the health of the two
leggrd adjoining inhabitants, a very
stauly sow was discovered aome'sia
or seven atoriea'up. tdor.gtng.to and
posesed a Hoy ; of thejr mersld
led the fiuung yjnAJtz
ly threatened hagard Io the fi -oriog.
' Tell me, says he, how did youi c n
trtve to get this sprat beas up stair f
tAv.Mth, and I Can do that, easily
q.Hrth Pat, for bv he powers, she'a oc.
yer been dowo yet. ,
im ( '"arft tarda f
SPrayMrtAhercailiy4;. what.' ji'. a I
rure for the gflot l -wa-tha juUm'4
Bniodolentnd lafu'riouiK tUtixen.
Lve upon -sixpence a diy. aoJ eiro
it; was me puny repiy. ,
Danger of BMuttf.U- the flrai
aU'cnDt. h"au""bv M 'ry, . U ten ofi
Scots, to escape from her iroprisson
meat iJchlei Giisilct she dlsgui
sed herself as a laundress, with mU ,m
shthad U)'t-llliaJS!L'?, hje
seated io the boat and putting "iTfroa
shoreahev .was discovered m ViftfOtf
. .rt. . .y
hcrjbaad to nerrteaa. . , extreme
beaiUv.Vf:.tW:iai.JI S. Hahijness
d iscovercd - her at tncer and the ws
carried back to her chamber la bitter
ntiaand tean. ,'
ran tite mw iosi asraeara.
- Purify of Mr.'What is there, !p
this world, of so much value as pilruv
of heartrindeetl't o far as bur social
afTrctioos are concerned, what -are all
the char mas of life without it! And
where is it mAst predominant f The
answer is plain but, let us not our.
selves reply. Io the ; pljy of jthe
MTempest, to any iuquiry made by
Ferdinand f Miranda . . .
Wherefore weep you
Miranda replies .
At m'tae unwortliineSn, that dre not nOr T
What I deira to givsi apd nwell Ims uke,
Wht I ahjll die to want t but Uii is tnaingi
And all the more "ft ek tolitde Uaelf,-
Tbe binder buik It Shows. Ueaea btiful cD
Aad peompt ma Wn and Mr mnoeenoo I
I aa vour wife, if oO t! mrr me . "
You may deny met but I'll be your seresnt, .'
Vherheryow will or bo." 1 1 1 " '
Here, ihen, ia the ' holy lnno
cence," the purity oi neari; wnicn is to
be found In aa unsophisticated female
bosora how true to nature is the poet
in hi portrait of thia richest of treas
' .. - , . a a i
urea. Il tw truly uoea tie describe
the- nhbof n 'VitlrcwnMwf ' iUata'
first best gift to man." . - T
".That dara not offr
Wht I dcitreto gite ami much tars Ufce,
Wbat I shall dis to want."
- AVho that hat known the heart of
nvely woman ereit, haa felt the bligrit
I .' unrequited love,' that Cannot
bear witness to its pure and holy as
pirationa! With man, love is ".an, af
air!" h ia. mingled with a thousand
worldly " coastderaliori!. " J.stoB,
aod circumstance, cmbia7io miogle
their alloy -within fnioom. . Cttu-
attonS are to hf made I nune, pros
pact, and a thousand other emotions
crowd around his soul, when he fire;
f ..Jl . .1. ? ... ... t ' . ' i.- : . .
icc 1 1 irc instinct or em q w i
vita fcUn to . ix hmcniaj fttar la t
him, 1 ivs is a bitinrss, or a sr-ccu!-he
weighs and thinks, nd
'hs.snd tltMtas' iffstn, Itae t
may he his motives they are enun.
rjlid, mixed up with sensations that
C'tntiiiQtfy tend to brisk the charm
tlit g!ol wiihtrt tle temple sf the
god (A lovc.'t lha female boomTOt1
. Io woman, ruiure has made love a
pure and hf4y Jre, aa loeXiioguUha.
b!e flame, that trams-no at long at- the
niii lamp remains, iv ruue piuiuh
it lurking there, to profaae the altar
upon which ahe WHi'dolTerup her
sout a living and devoted. , victim.
How often 1 we witness, not ia ro.
VheVndear r-g;Ttffeflttin'tf " ttseiiowly
martyr tw some uareqotied - aitecn
meot.wll4w.docs,-. ,.L;-4.j,. t
CVFctltn8i riks i -fis) la lbs baJ, ,
T$4 fctrdMuwk chek,
And. how. dora-sha-skkioia.the
tomb,. Like s .me beauteous lilty I
the ralley, wasting
llr fragrance ihs Jearrt sir."
But above all, howdors the'devotrd
wife evinr e the hly principle, which,
having heen ortel titled fortbr can
never die Ak the man, who has
been the sport of fortune, whi se life
has been embittered by the lost of
wcalih, in whose exerttxns to rtgaie
it, Bta.rig has smiled. Ak the mar.
ried mn, who has the heart of an af
fectum, te,' a loving, if endeared wife,
to comfort rim, to ihw Id him frm ihr
world's dread laugh, what it i th t
has supported him'aijdst is severest
trials f Where he bill gone for , the
hatm, that healed his wounded spirit,
wbeH rwrbref TrtrJjrw ifnkTBntTrf
at ( urr olated wocsj and his soul wilt
be filled 'wlth;gritrTtt(l7ti ' her "who
has hern his guardian angel i a hose
undinMftSshad lovs has hddt - lr..m
him t e distresses she has felt, and
when her owo bosom- has b-en the
seat , of anguish i idee:ribLle- has
forgotten ktr intense distress to
smooth Aj brow. Thousands of in
stantea have existed, exutat this mo
ment, and while the hly influenre of
woman's a ttachm.ot shall contiaue,
more thn tens of thousands of the'u,,. m L proe.e dings Utl bt had
purert of God's 'creation will ex'ut, tojrsie of sid order to delivery of sale, as
bless the care worn souls of men.
Yet gidJy aoos of mirth, who have
ftever frit the value of such a treasure,
llow;rlhat itiahoundi----but like the
gold of the Jt el of the mine; it tnost
be sought forj T,werjr-one -who
shall seek in the, proper spirit, there
will be (mmd some 44 fairest dauehrrr
of the dawnM who will in the language
of her- heart sav to him y ' '
', l!rnee ba-hil etinnirg f
A-td rontinr plain swl Mr lnneass ?'
I am your wiftrif ynowillTnamr roe."
; TT Mil t-i:
OTS OF THE U. STATES
Paxtetl at thtfirtt Session of the
Twenty,-Second Congress. '
No. 15. -4
AN ACT fupplemeo'tfr lit the fevers! Ltwsfor
ttitf fair ol run lie Laous.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representative of the Uni
ted Slates of America in Congress
assembled, Tht from and after the
fust day of My fiean.aLtbc, public
lands of the United States, and when
offered at private aale,- may be pur-
chased at the option of the purchaser,
either in en. ire sections, quarter sec
tions, half quarter sections, or quarter
quarter, sections j and in every case
of a division of a half quarter section,
the line' fur the division thereof shall
ran east and wcttsdhrrwteri
and contents of quirtCt qnaitcf lec
tions, which may thereaucr be sold,
shall be ascertained as nearly aa may
be, in the manner, -aivd on the prioci-
pies, dtrefted and prescribed by the
second section of ao act, entitled , Ao
act concerning the mode i surveyipp
the public landa of the United States,
Passed TP' JheeVJ nTtrtyrrTu
ary, eighteen hundred and fives and
fractional sections, containing fewer
or mora than one hundred, and sixty
acres', shall, in like manner, as nearly
at may be practicable, be subdivided
intno iarter quarter sections, under
sucu niles and regulations as mav be
pt-rscribrd by the Seeretary"ofihe
Treasury! TrovidedTtui th'is ict
shall riot be coiuirued to alter any
special provision made by law for the
siet land in-town lots ) And, Pro
vided also." fh-tt 0'i person shall he
permitted toentcr more than one-halT
luarter aecti-n -of Ui.d under this act.
io q iArter quarter sections, in hi own
name, ,'ot in the name of any other
petsiin, and io no case,' unless "heTn
tends it for cultivation, or for the use
of his improvements; Aod the persoo
making application to mike an entry
u derthia act, shall 'file .his .and her
affidavit," under eurh' regulations: a
t . e ..... i- m ..... ...
tne, !?crei ry or me l reaaury may
prescribe, that he. or the ikea the
ertry Jo his or hr own dame, for Ms
or her 08 benefit ami not in rut
j r another t Vrurllel, further, .T'a't
all actual settler, brmg hotis-j-ket p.
tri, upon the public 1nl, alkali uv
the right of pre-emption to enter,
within six months sftrr the passsue ol
this act, not exceeding the l-inu t
one half quarter lection, yn'kr, the
provision! of thliact to include his
regulations ai have here, or may be
prescribed by tha Secretary of the
Treasury and U caef .where two
persoie shall live upon the eameljuar.
ter sections, subject toJ be entered
undej the provisions el thif art, each
shall haVe' ihWUcht 'ttrnter ibarwrtr
fterertrorr' which Include! hii tm-
proverueot. ,'T - - .
leaker f ths Hoaiw of Heprfwn'ttfves.
VUe-rretrfJentoftlie UnHril SutaS aad
Prtixlrnt v( lb Seaatt. -Appro)l.
A -.til I.IM'J.
' f asulftV ,
AN ACT to author it tha Judges of ths emrts
J tb United State to take bail of the claim
aau of pivparty Seised, and psrforn otbar
aes in vtesti'm.
He it enacted by the ftrnatc find
llmite of Hepmrntntiret of the t-
ttd Main of Jtmenca in Vongrm
assi mllcd, Ti.a: in any cause of ad
iii4it (! iJ nu'iiimc jutitdic ion,
or other tani of ianre, Oeptndinn In
s f touit of ih Uniie I S etes, any Judjjr
Oi !tit M coott, in vsccioit, shall bsv(
4trra;aM .aU.aftCJUUwehst l rr'sr
nv viel,oe cargo, or otntr property,
to be: iltHTmdto ihaitltlrasnts, tjpfn
itdiror build. Divtk-r the statute ss the
km tny Um, oi to be sold when mtresss
ty, as tb i4 CtHtrt now baa in tarrn
time, nd to apoint appraisers and escr
r i evtrv otb r incidental powev neces
sat jr to tba complete execution of tlte au
ihori'T herein ;rnied and the id re
(.opitixtnte of b.Ii or hood, under sue b
order, msy be exrewed before the cfetk.
upon the parts' ptorlucfns; the eertifi
cut of ths colter lot of tba diMrict, of th
stffir-r, o -euritv o(fre4,
are now hsd Io like rsies when otderc
in term timet Provided, That upon
eerv surh applieattoo, eiher for an or
Jar of Jlivry or of alc, ihs collectot
nd tba sttormv of tbe diaukt ishali bsv
reaonble notice In csws of the United
States, and the part t or counsel Io sil
A?pfed, -Vpril 5, 1331
IK ACT prrrfidine for tha riutioa.of tba
Be it enacted by the. Senate., and
House of ftrpremtatwet of tht ynt.
ted Unlet of America in Congresi
assettiled, That fnra and after the
pas-age of thW act, the . Ordnance
Department shall consist of one Co
lonel," bnV- Lieutettan t Colone I, two
Majara, and ten Captains, aod.Ai toany
enlisted men aa the public service may
require, not exceeding two hundred
and fiftrr:i'br" -: :r
Sec 3. And be it further enacted:
thtfte Secretary oHVar be auth -r.
iixed to . select; from he S.rrgeanu..of
the line- of the ,rmy, who shall have
servierjj four - yeara of- which in the
grade of non-commissioned officer, at
miny ordnance Sergeants as the ser
vice may require, not to exceed one!
for each miliiary post, whose duty it
shall be to receive and preserve the
ordnance, arms, ammunition-, and
other military atores. at the oost un
deir the directiott of the SiJmmaVding
officer of the tame .. and undsr
such regulations as shall be pjeaertbed
by the Secretary of War, and who
shall receive for their services five
dollars per month, io addition to their
pay in the line.
-Sao. 3. vJti be it further. enacted,
That the fitftrof thrct1M
on the eighth-of February one thou,
sand eight hundred and ft'teeo, enti
tled Aw act for the better regulation
of the. Ordnance Department," and
so mu'.h of the second section of the
fix the military peace establishment
of the United States, passed the se-
eot'd of - 81 arch,"wne" thousan
hundred and twenty-one" "as provides
tor one supernumerary Captain to
each yegi ment of artillery, JQ perform
ordnance duty, and ao much of the
fourth aection of- the same act as
merges the Ordnance Department in
the artillery artd reduces, the numbs?
of enlisted men, be, and the same are
hereby, repealed: Provided, .That
nothing contained in this act shall be
so construed as to djvest the President
of the United jiaaWof authority to
select fmrrjL'tfie regiments of artillery
such number of Lieutenant! as may be
necessary for the performance of the
duties of the Ordnance Department, -Sec.
4. And be it further enacted,
Thut ll officers "and enlisted men au-L.
triorieed by this act, shall be suhjert
to the rules and artu lea of war. and
that the officers ajjplt. receive the. pay
ana .emoluments now allowed ta or
which may hereafter be allowed Ar
tillery fficers, " - , ,
Approved, Apri) $Jh ltJi
... ralk at Aro:vioN.
' ' " xji n.i i. i.i I II '
rnilH sf f k in tru Ufrly Im long.
- in.r t Wi.liam H, l'ldger and
lichen C. Dvn, am or tifli to about
will be til' a l'ulilic Auriion in fhw
pUce on Tuesday, the 1st . day ot
Jtiynrtt. " ; . -
-TIIBarrk it'tompwl prictpal!y
..t! .... i rsci' ' . ,
3 POLE I10ATS,
one perfectly acw, small and ol lighf
draught of water,
THE Sale will continue from day
to day until evety thing ia disposed
of. Ai the sale is Positive, Country
Merchants will fi td it to their interest
to attend it.
SUMS no( exceeding wnty dollars
Cssit j over twenty dollars a credit
until the first day of January next, fur
notet with approved' security, beating
interest fr-m the day of salev
ROBERT MARTIN, Asstngnee.
Cheraio, April t, 1832. 2i3l
Atalta of aVotUi CaxoWita.
. . .. .......... fiOnmrf Smt
r Mn tt9WTrrr.Tr:
.. rfaaasfk-- i
iampk Tb-uaas k Vary
Jno. Tnoma. U Ensabelh I Sc!r'to cha-ra
tin v ,fe V
Hants Morgan I Ut real Estate.
Wm. n. Morgan
Viwnt M ir-art
am! liitaa Mnrran,
heir law of ffanel
IT APPEARING to tha aatitfae.
f,jioo the. Court, that the defen
dmts Joseph Thomas and hia Wif
May aod J iho Th mas and his Wife
liX'beth, are not inhabitants of this
Mate. Oo motion ordered by the
Court thar publication be made in the
Western Carolinian fore'i weeks, for
the aaid absent defendanu," to appear
at the next Court af Pleas Wod Quar.
ter Sessions to be held for the C'-unty
of Rowan at the Court-House in &.Iis
bury, on the third Monday, io Msv
next, then and there to plead or show
cause why the real folate of the said
flanea Morgan, dee'd. should tjot be
sold or so much Thereof as mty be
necessary to s msfv, the pf on'ifTs de
mand. rV2I J. GILfi. e rr.
vStafp of North Carolina,
r aoWAN CuFitTT.
. ; . ; a ... ..,; .. FrtrUMi&tuimk, 1833. -
Ltvinfritoa label - Rcila lo cbarre
J the real
wwe. J the real Eatate.
T APPEARING to the. sstisfacthm
"of tKe'Conft, fliaVltfie'defenJi'-'ts,
JphiThnmas add Marv lus Vife,
sod Jno. Thomss and EJixabethhis
Wife, are not inhabitautsf this State,
On mmioQ ordered by the C urt that
pubUtian,.be .:-aade in.fhe5:Wetern.
Carwlintacv-for six week; for the fi'Id
absent defend nts, to appear at the
next Court of Pleas aod Quarter See-
sion to be held f -r the County' of
R..wai tthe Court H.xise io Salis-
bary,-on the third inondiy in May.
next, then and there t- plead or show
" L,e Klk. re?l fjite.tthe said
Ilanea Morgm dec'd, should not-be
sold, or so mucn thereof as may be
necessary to saiiufy the plaintiff's de
mand. 6t2i J. CILES.e. c. c.
JPe (Xl the 10th of Beptemher
Jonca e ouaiy, two neffroea, one
Mrnei WASHINGTON, ahnii)
27mrs of rn btij:ht
mulalto, en one of hia hand
there ia a scar necaaidnedby a
i-in. fi will K.nM k:. -
and endeavor to paw for a free man. The other
named JOHN, a common hiuhtio, about 3n
years of age, very intelligenti. he will probably
paw aa the tervi.r of Wahingtmt,Tr;d change
hia name. - A reward of 25 rinll.H ;n k.
for ll.e J!irof aitber in anr (art. Withat lit?
m.:"-' trfrrTTvn u1"
cope, Colcmbiav S. C. nd ttiebmond Enoui.
rer, ere renorsted to pnhliih rhf bov weekly
until forbid, and then forward eir aeeountS to
' ' J)Hinngi6 PayelfevUfe"''' "
WILLfnd tt to their aUvantage, to stop a
tlie'Hairm foul, where every con
venience ia provided for Man and Hone, to make
then comiort able, at themtxlerate charge of 2J
centa a day and nffcht; for the privilege jf the
Vard, tha use of a (food hotite, fire, water, and
shelter. Attached to tlie Yard, are a Grocers
ind Piov'wion Btoft, JBrend Shop and (Junfee.
tlonary, and a lioua. for Boarders and Lodgers
in plain, cheap, wholeaume and camfortuble
tvle. vetUnnUr Jrit, iiMH . i it
t' frr reima-of r higpaper for T at 'this
i V-MGf. t 81 50 per mm, a few mni at ,
6-j and a few raaois of wripitnjr, it lbe uwia
' every dracriptioiii bcatly Printed, I
kt-wicaarVka'lr for init sj tiojj ojv
wlb'sTortfr mX02,Z H'
.ll arlll-wtn, rut, It na a .C;:'
punctual rlraU-r Jh. p,,!,)i ,f't
. 1 i l-i xmuiu,t da mu,. ' JV , -,
nua)(ii.. It. ! , , "' "r"'k.
ar on r..f (,, b, ;.., ,U..TT' Tin-
Kiinai mrrr,nl maul ,1
ellMbimaml et th-lr
..J . " '""""ill!!
i lT OH L-of.pt Pa!,, VW,. 1
hetawad Wool, Uk.a iK
is u re ceir, , rgularl?;. aa Ur WoamT
Ha LanJot) ami ,9
r.B.cu.-al New York" iZ'T".?''
taste .d f-hioa, b mJ,k Zrtlt'
done in tltla Coumy,
ia-o curiHaer y
P. Ibal b cot m rf 2 -Mrl.aa.la,.
iba., an. rS
wiU b. wartaaud to h.
QNthe 'of January. Ialtf lh
Vw,aa a. Utter Mailed at If..
nS ?- ftS
N a 21 35, directed to Rr, Du! !
way Lancaster Cugrr-Hou-e, Vir
and s,gned by George Flowe'r.S
said letter centered tf one half Jr.
md of which ia sigoed by B r. -ffethleuiw!,
sight h.d end. of , 8.cob.!iU s ,
PMJ30O.ihe lelt handed d
wnich ,. s.goed by W. Mcllaj
mter has been taken nut of the M.'dT
Irag by mo,, metnt . , A -
A .ertaio boy Bimti A)frf( m
who ..mailcarrkr.t,h. timT,d -
v!n; R? f "f iht The said
Wli.s ,. afw.M0 year, of age, ti2ht
complexm- and stout of hisige.A
reward of E50 will br given or Ti.fi
ippreheasMMs-aod prra.Clilori trjo0;:"
V H.L be sold at he Court. Tl
o"isoury,on Tuesday of April
Superior Court. " ; HV
belongiog-lo lhe a' Robert
Bradah.w, decf : Termsof .a w.f
be mad L .. -i- - T
ituHi;.ir.RAIOB A ,
sTlaO tev w a a- - , : - C V aa
"lVATri - - ' -
IMF D,u ir
-.oF January laat. : Ngr -
: .M AN, um7d S A M, a
tiout made fvUiUM
: . pounda,-abour- 3S - ir 29 '
t yeart of agePftt 4r.ch" high f i:
tolerably black complected nd on,
when he went away, a home mada
mixed blue aod white gcun co t
two pair of pantaloons, one pair the
same of the coat, the other, brown
There is a scar on one of his ancles j . .
Also, On the instep of the same foot,
made by being cut with as axer.aud -
also, a scar on the amall of hia bai;t : '
marie hy an axe Ilsrip - r. t-f-TI1E
above reward will be given
to any person who will deliver said ..
fell i w to me, on my. plantation, near
the mouth of Buff-la Creek or IX
wUlb'Lvsw oe scriiw him ia- anf -i
Jail, so that I can get him.
rETER, MORGAN.; ,;;
. March 31'1832 ' .3t22 :
tor, will insert the above 3 times, and'
forward their account to me at Jfta
roony, P. LCL York district, 3.:Vl) r J,
i .. .. r. 01. . .
rpHE MEMBERS of the EvangelU"
eal Lutheran Synod of North
Carolina and adjacent States, will come
mence their sessions on the 17ih dy
of May next, at B, Paul's Churcl),::
LincOlO County, N. C, The Kev.
Clergv of that body, and their Rcspe.c
ti ve Deputies, or any - person haying
business to transact coming within the
jurisdiction .of. the tyaod, .wit be so
good as to attend. .
April 4th mi. siM
TUG VenutaCB apinsUt.
11IIE subscriber stall continues J
- make tho above - &v:hinea- aoj
keepi a tupply eonstant v on - hafifl
which he .wilUcU low for i tskJr
credit ta podctaal dealers., IU i0"
wise intends tr keep on hand a gwf
supply of COTTON GINS, and tf.
will also repair the same to ortier. --
72tf E. P MlTCIlELfe.
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