"f :Our$re the plans of faiiydelightfiil peace
UAwarp'd by party rae tp live like brothers.' - ;..
;". ' r j -v 1 :V ' ' - x j ' ' J ,
"pubn OPPr r. AT.KS & SON. V
5 ' ne DUcr9 per annum jhalf in advaceA
7n nstlv inserted 3
t'mes "or Hollar, and, tnty-five, cents for
I- Urv 9,'icccedin publication those pt.great
i length in .the ;same ptnportn....CoMMy-
1 cATf oss thankfully recelyed.v'0
liUAdmfssljon to the bairjrido:
Any citizen ,of t wcnty-one yers of ; aSe,
ihocan undergo an examination, which tn
act clis rigid, but which island wel fear
n;cessarly must be,the reverse-.is, en
titled toft(lnissioti: zAoung man of quick
Cominfutariesvanii glanced at our Acls of
Assembly, may be licensed to practice in
7,ur hiehest courts and many trade upon
this snler stock of knowledge j. for after
admission, it Is too much to expect,; hard
study, unless there is business to require it
-witfv the diUfactions of which, n vheto
thVr batul, any thing lik'e profound ccmen
crV My almost altngether iticompati
Tli rtemtericy of this absurd system
i s in e destr ucii n of 6 u r you t h in a pro f es
'lpriM hipTten' .1 n;,a ;mpil ; lyVn .-of : tjy ,i vv.'
JjrRorance can.att ract rip client9--its insep
arable companions a re id lenessa nd . low i n
ilulncef. It .is true, if a halt educaletl
jawf has a small indepjeridence aml' swine
in(klier- it'he inay
to 'attain a seat the Ifglslature, wfien by
Vanning, so xongenial to little mind, ;he
inaj raise himself eVejv to th bericll ; iu
the wretched figure he' &en'nike.'anii the
injuries he'thVb icomuiits, soon arenterj him
an object' of, ridicule or abhorrencer : The
only cure ior jfhis'evilis a long lentil io
Yiciaie, ; Four years sf udy at lea8t,,slntl)d
V required by law for in less time it is un
fcoss'ble or an orciiijaryfycmih to have his
)uind: sufficiently imbued with the science,
to convince mm oi iue necessity oi iuiuic
htuiW, if he vvishes to be eminent. Mem
bers iuf the legislature in' whose. power, a-
itie it is lo apply me necessai r correct luii
sLMuld reflect ou ihesei thins.x They should
i m ein oe r i n ai n n ig n o ran i ua r n c c e ss ri iy
corrupt beDch', than? which there cannot be
a greater, curse to civilized country-""
h ep e v e r3 1 h e law 1 s ren tl e re d v 3 gu e .and
u n ce t ta i nV i njusti cVfari ) j udi ci l clespo t i stii
ril e rooh shod t over t he necks of h e peo
plei 1 Iii England theypay "'more attention
to tills: mat ter, thcSgh perriaps, ttiey lean
toV uch to the iher extreme. "
con ti n ua on We Will observe, t Kat the
bu sin ess of the lawyer is toreason, to disr
ennuoate, to persuade. ; l The characters n
Mhicli the young lawTer is thus variously
t operate, &re men of business and experi-
rience, urio'n whom the "choicest flower- of
rhetiirick, and lie, euphony of a 'well turned
perioil.alone. make little. imnresiion i Vet
rlnuue is the only thin the touns orator
has learnt He is to speak of objects iniv
i'S ' the world as thev are seen and
ktsoyri by inVn of the woriilhe,is to liis-
1 i.nr '.f !.:' I'll, m J !." ' lT 1
. 3c wi lumi as iney arP y"' we kuw
liuthiuk either uf l he uurhL or the thiiiff-i
f tie world; t llbw indeed, Shull he,
.Vfhcu, bhlr's his; paternal roof, and his
Kfto .1 room, he h is seen nothinz of it r
He is to assume sometimes the tone oF su
pmoruy : no ,ts ,t, sneak . as a man more
vin than the in en to whom he speaks;
Jtft how is ihh possible Or; if " it were,
ir i,en, who, however; Ignorant they may
npftjar in the eye of ' rcfinemVnt ire Jyet
"'yqujcl aijdliutfp-sjghted in matters
l btisijje, and; w,ho pride themselyes in
v!ut thpy ealiliieir expeneiice l;: aeiiieii
7 surkto we easn v influenced ov nun
thfy caniiot but esteem as tad
i ib such, iherVfore, he will hot, wl&t
ver ns talents maybe, have fair pi ay.--:
' putlk a cae,, can , any thing bu t failure
failure is constant
I h the result, and 4he youtfj: law ycrl thus
retires from the
' MI 1 'tie agi ny ot iimmttut rese ti tine u t,
to ileuure ; " or, if :ie continues iii his
s by degr
5ei, eery spm k
I ua ble e
'f witlr j,'a kiiisr imitions fscur!iN lieV
nf !'0ifcl4iure;"-lleiii which; altme; has the
lwtiy appiy the proper remedy. ; t
Pruvideiile,1 U;i. ZJiterary Subah
' ?, umi i ev,r iiiiitrursft -timmc lag
; . . v;. a,"i'c. UI tunes, nau 1
, , .,v.v erouai oeaulyj xatieiildest
; jiuan-iea tot itt sU;1inoriths!ie
c? the ful (owing curh.us storv, the
U ?',ufbed tor bythe Nushvifo tnis.- r
inni . , ' y . r . au-Mf unci -11 er 1
-Utl Wmntd;.am!J folhnved the
after the lapse, bf Uuf f ?vv
was young and beautiful x all ;,wha knew
" ' ' J '-' ' '! . .
ner aumireu 4 ner ; , a nu . ner . wealth, r and
beauty 'and innocence, etipited urinumber
tlie ftte of her sisters,, and she fesolviMl to
ness. For: i&o three: yea r she was, res
olute but at length an officer of the Unit
ed States jArihyMiy
Nashville rapd -;wks'fotrddu
ciety H e was a, hi an' of prepossesi ng, ap
pearance 5 h is man ners were pol ished arid
popular, arid: his gallantry ;and 'chivalry
were never '.surpasseil,! ; Fie solicited her
ha n d ' 1 n h oly- w ed 1 oc k i th e att raction f o f I
the ohicef.cou Id noC be resisted $ she re
fused afid declined for' a longv tiniV, and
cited the melanchoi t fate of Her sisters,
Whilst she confessed" that 4 the officerr lwas
not uowelcoine tol her The;VMajorM;was
aii adept in, the wars of loveV as well as in
the. wariif arfiisandheres
surrender the! attacktill I the c?tdel capit
ulated, Hef was, sjuccessfu-thb young
and blushing Hebe consenledand the
nuptials we.'if celebrated. ' The happy
pair lived in 1 perfect; h arm ony. fr a while-
but, ere ;six. months had elapsed, shrV too,
fell ayictim at the shrine of wedded love,'
There wa;Spehing-ejcceeciing1y singular
about ihe unhappy (ates of. ihese young la
dies, and, though they now all slumber in
thje' : same sepulchre, ''Aheir.iertSt:v,their;
beauty, anil thejr forms are fresh , tn the
iiijagi nation of those who experienced their
friendship, and best; know how to appre
1 iiite'their. inestimable . worthy fb;;-T,:,.f-,v 4
'The united possessions of the whole
family fell .into the Jiands 0F1 the officer,"
and he yet lives to enjoy; if, and to recount
the sad and (doubly htelanclily story of the
unkindness of the fates, andMhe unpropi
tiousness of his fort.uues and his hopes.
A mofe wot! hy ind iy i dual never' ex is ted
and should tins notice chance, to fall upon
Ids vjew he I will-be 'assured - tha t it was
w ri t te n by o tie who. honors h Uj gallantry,
and well knows how to rstimau? his exalt
ed wor th'il istihguished bravery,' and splen
The West begins' to bl osiom
irovements. Gana Is i n i per pec t iv
hot are plashing, fiv'rs are ie triiiu:, and
that Sate,;lamy'a wil:jeriies,ls weyfsli
Civilized man, vho but recently, usurped
tne. naunts ur ine tawny sons 01 the iresf,
feels arid; asserts the proud pre-eniinence
of his lestiny, and .looks around him as
loru 01 the creation,", over t.hej waning
wilderness; with an eye i brightening into
jy at the rapid progression of enterprise
ami exerioti. inaiana jtoo, paicni ng tne
iioble conragioii, is inqvitg; with majestic
Strides in the highway of useful improve
ment, atid is big with ' animation at; the
brilliant prospects which brighten into real
iiy before her. Ohio is alredy one of, the
greatest arnorig her sisttrrs of the confeder
acy 5 and her; gtgaiif,jc Undertakings alrea
dy carrying on,-anil onn to be completed
mark'her outras a star, whose brilliant orp
no disaster of fortune, can obscure. ; The
West is fast becoming the theatre of em
pire and mwer. ;The Mississippi presents
no sufficient tibsiacles to the rush .'of irrit
provement towards the settihgisun."'-ri
Missouri is 011 me move; 10 sre.atness in
population, prosperity, and wealth." The
mightyiversllbafroll their waters through
her: wld e spread. d omai'n waVh -1 he. settle
rrients of a people who h tve risen, with the)
vtffor;t a . nercuies, irnn jtne we.iKness 01
infancy to the full sttength! of surdy man
hood.;- I : --r -V-- i t; v'
: j'Vhe Rocky Mountains vill soon fling
their lertherted shadows over a swarming
pipulanortof civilizeij beings, and towns!
and cities will lift: their spires toward hea-
vei'V u here now the lofty .forest sjwave their
brjuiches; f Farther; south, rfrkansak
stiVin become a StateiS:Her; rate of
is already beginning to be run.
waves of a ireisistless emigration -are sweep
ing away the sava ge hord e s whq .darkened
the. face of the oil ; and the lantlmarks.of
her progressive, power are. re-ooved" far in
to the sou Mi w es t er 11 w 1 1 I h. ; I a r t h er north
AJichzgii is spreading fij arms opeiiipire;
lar andvviilei and liikes are 1 about - to be
married to l.ke?r,'by the.'force of invincible
e n t erpri e. ; ; Tha t territory will aiso-soon
wh'i r 1 . tht-i f wa ves of power over it,-wil
' 1 vj
its. wilderness, and bring its.
forests into suecesfurcultiviitiim
t , s t r r(c h ng s i il I f a r t h e r; ; liij 1 1 h eC n or i
and wesf is aaout to receive ;a territori.il
erif, :.-aiii cvmu.eiice ,iis civinzeo
t areer. :
' ivr.hiMitt t. r "will stiii
savage nautits win ue uroKen
The red man will but little;. longer
th e white ma n : with drea d.
mass will be buned Ueue.ttn tiie successive
bi) lows of that roiliog popul a'tion which :e
ve trnow th ea tens f o exterminat e h t s race
Hi lHUemir thari half
d red? fcia ft i o ri s of so u I J o f -Jw hi t e fi m jftjr ! w 1 1 1
cy i & i in pnte n i trtfiic?iti out 1 1 s greatness j
and should no utdoeseen, no uuanticipa!-
months. ' I)ut one now :reinaihed.
vif:f He ned or. felt a flamq!:
Knelt at Jhephrinef andrsolicited her
i n h oly wed I oc k'"Sh $ wel t remem
tnrong his last great einpire of: civilz.ed
- s iTVi e; fa t u re Jsxa n deu ro f tp is A tn erican
ed evil uetai
it, the American banner will
proud Iv float from. the.: Atlant ct to thr. V-
cificf . over, ten thousand cities, ; and its-ivn-
a T ' ' - 1 - - - . i . .-. . -.f.
iy o irrter. De Ucean's everlasi 1 ng waves,
JlK fcirigdoms and ehj
roueu or, ine gorgeousness ot : their past
gh vy 1 ng "a s ))ri 1 1 iah t lya sVh e 1l em id e 0 f th e
sun; bhalj be tlie
1 1' h is t ory y i 1 1 j ter tnw te on Iy w he n x me
sli a : c ease, and t h Ws lory, of J ts grea tn ess
arid its fame will be fold in eferenny. ' ; "
j TCIUU114 ruewmerican. x-
iHasf 'lately"; received
his Stock of Ooods. : He
now I offers fq sale' bn
. reasonable terms' the
' follow Articles : Gold
and Silver Patent, Lever
Watches i I .English and
& Alarm ditto; fine Gold Watch Chains,Sealsnd
Keys ; v Ear-rings, ; Finger-rings and , Breastptiis
a !general assortment ; tine Gold Cable vNeck
Chains; Coral, Amber, Corrieian, Sfoel, Gilt,
Wax and Fancy Beads r Gold, jS,ilverj Peapl ahd
Shell Sleeve Buttons ; fi ne Cut Smelli Bottles";
Otto of Roses,' Cologne .WAteri": Pen and Pocket
Knives ; Pocket Combs i' flemming'g bes. Nee
dles,' sharps' and bet weens'; Steel Watch Chains,
Seals, Keys, Buckles, Clasps j; Key, jUihgs and
Batons ; . Percussion Pistols,- Percussion Caps ;
Dirks ;, Swords 5 Belts and Epauletts Walking
Canes assorted, buck and ivory heads, with and
without Swords f Chain Dog1. Collars j; ' Razors ;
Pbckiet Books,; Guard Chains ; 'Musical Boxes ';
Plated Castors ffom $1 SO to $35 ; plated Can
dlesticks from $1 25 to $20 ; Plated Snuffers
and Trays ; Plated and Britannia Tea
Spoons and Soup Ladles ; Britannia Tea Pots ;
Dice ; Chessmen ; Draftsmen; Peart, j Metal and
Ivory Counters ; Ivory and Brass Desk. Seals 5
Spectacles and Goggles ;' Silver Thimbles ; a ge
neral as"ortment of Silver ; Plate, consisting of
Soup Ladles ; Table, Desert and Tea Spoons ;
Salt and Mustard b poonsand Sugar Tongs-with
a variety of other Articles in his line. 1 x i
WATCHES & CLOCKS carefully j repaired,
and warranted to keep time. All kinds of Jew
ellery repaired, at the shortest notice. . - -;
J. C. S. returns his thanks to his friends for
the patrbou'o he hs received, and. hopes to
cunlinue t reet tve; a portion ot their favors' and
that of the public generally, which it twill be. his
studv. .to - merit, bv ? : continued' observance of
the lu!ies of his-profession.
Kaleiuh, Jolv, lrf,y. 90 3t
lialeili and JSewbcvji feta&es;
y:'HBj.lltOPUIETOIt of the'ahove Line, haV
A inir lately i beared new ;sml cJmmodioud
Stages, and added several -first rate Horses, with
sieaiiy anu atwiuuiiiiujig , unvcrs, ar.u uaviii
also obtained the bftt stands for the. comfort and
cdnvenience" of Passengers, hopes to He enabUd
to! give entire satisfaction to those who may fa
yor him with their patronage. '., jj ,? J
The rates of Stage Fare are as usual viz r
from Raleigh to Newbern and from Newborn to
Rileigli, stven dollars, and'for any ies distance
sit cents per mile. Passengers trave Jing thro';
will please pay their stage fare at my house, four
miles from Raleigh ; Way Passeners(who may
not pass my house,) will settle with the Drivers
in advance. Appiicationsior seats may oe made
tol Mrs. Ann Dilliard, sivn of the Cross Keys, m
twleigh.and at Mr. Joseph Bell's, r to my Stage
Driver in Newbern. This Line of Stiges leave,
Rileigli everyTuesday, .at 10 AM. ajid Fridays
atj 2 P, M., aixl arrives in Newbern on Thursdays
and Sundays,1 at 2 p; M. leaves New ern every
Wednesday and Saturday at o-A M. and arrives
in Kaieign tne toiiowmg erioays anu ; Mondays
at 10 in the morning, j Believing the present to
be preferable to any previous arrangement; and
tuat it will, better,tnan any oihtr. that, can be
adopted, contribute to the convenience of trav
ellers, the Proprietor will use his,-ertueavors;to
give it permunency,i by p reserving! tlie. Line in
us prescni unprivt:u uujiiuuuh. - T
: M E Ri (ITT D ILL1 Alt D, Proprietor!'
Junet 2rth; 1829. j . 90 tf.
ate or, ortn-uaroiina
; Mecklenburg County.
Superior Court of LawMay Term, 1 829.
Manon Tanner, i f ; U :
.. ' ' vs.
Petition for Divorce.
RDERED by court,5 that publication be made
for three months successively, in the Ra
gh Register, and Western Carolinian, that the
defendant be and appear at our next . Superior
CMirt of Law to be held for the county ot Meet-
lehbursr, at the Court House in Charlotte, on the
i Monday after the 4th Monday nl feeptemner
jt, and plead or answer to ttie piaiiiutrs peti
tion, or the same will be heard ex p re
Witness, Samiiel Hemlerson,. Clerk of our
said cburu at Officei.the 7th Mdnday after the
i in March, 1829. v v .. ' .v
r SAMUEL HENDERSON, C. S. C.
Court of Pleas aiid Quarter. Sessions,
i t , t Uis Mav Term. .1829.
Alice iiiJdickr!.;i :i.-A 'v':;-
m. Widows & his
-Petiuoh for Partition.
'i. ' V"' '
"ITT anneannir to the satisfaction of this Court,
'Ml that the Defendants are not inhabitants of
mis oiaHS'-y -'ii is mejteiurcs rucrcu nm. juui
tion be made fpr.six weeks in theiltaleigh lte:
gVster that they aprlekr attire next Ootirt of Pleas
and Quarter Sessions ltd be held for the county
I d. Randolph, at the Court-house ia Ashborodgb,
on tbe tirst Monday ot August next men ana
tliere to plead, answer or demur to'the petition,
otherwisef it - wilt be taken' pro cnfesb,nd id
judged ccoTdingJv, 't-.4'
I Witness, J esse Harper, Clerk of our said Cb'iirt
atfoffice ihe first Monday of May,, A. D. 1829.
JESSE HARP E R,- c. ci
great ness, v wii isq w t rr if into atoms oy . 1 ne
siij eof this Jgrea t ?Repul XcJjktFheir I day :irf
r zr, Lr! ii'
Price adv. $2 75.'
State of North-Carolina, "
t . v' ' v-i. pay wooa County.
Superior Court of Law-Aprii TermVi829;
- . ;;john crow.--' i r. -
t . y , c Petttionrto va-
Jas Honand's heirs 8l devisees. O
1 1 appt a'ring to thesatisfaction of "the Court,
i, that the Defendants' in this csTse; to Wit. Jas.
Holland, jr. Rhotlei and ynthiaX his wife,
"Perkins and Sophia, Jiis'wife, hes and de
visees of , 'James Holland and" Holland, wi
dow of the said James Holland; are 'inliabiiants
of another State, so that the ordmatyv process f
law cannot be served pit them it ls ordered that
publication be made for; tlireetfnonths succes
sively in the: Raleigli Regfster, tliat the si kl De
fendants be . and appear at the nt at - S u peribr
Court of Law to he held for .this county, at die
Courthouse in AV aynesyill'e o'n th'e seCGtHl.HVd-;
hesday after the" fourth Monday in - September
next,' then and there to plead, answer or demur
to' the Plaintififs petition,- or fudcrmeht f Pro con-
fesso Will. be entered against them. I :
V. witness, Jnn ts. Love; Clerk cf said Court at
Office, the second Wednesday atrer the fourth
Mrtnday iii March 1829r f i- .1 V i
7S' Sm V- JOHN B. LOVE, C. S. C.
1' S tate of .North-Carbiina. .
, :M: 'Granville. County. : fc$J
, Court" of Pleas 'and Quarter ""Sessions, '
- ! May Terhi, A. D1829. V .
Howel FraizevAdmr. 'of Willtanr Hester, dec
:' v"r -"Robert tester, (of Wm.) f v U
Original attachment; . Levied W the hands' of
'. Thos. B. Littlejohn; Esq:.aiftl he is summoned
' as Garnishee:' ' . "' " . . ';'
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
';. that:the defendant,. Robert , Hester, is not
an inhabitant f this State ; it is ordered that
publication be made in the Jtaleigh Register for
six, we eks giving notice to the Said Robert Hes
ter that lie appear at -the Court of Pleas 'and
Quarter .SeasionSj .to.'bft held for the County arid
State aforesaid, at; the i Courthouse, in Oxford,
on the first Monday in Aiigiist-next,; tlit;n and
there replevy and pteactto.issae.'-or judgment
final will he rendered. ii pv-against him, and the
property levied 'on; Condemned subject 'to tlie
plaintiff's recovery. Witness, Stephen;K.: Sneed,'
Clerk of aid Court, at office in Oxford, the Qrs;
Monday in May, A D.1829:-Vi ; - " ' -75
6w pd ; STEP. K. SNKED. ClkY
State afl)forth-Catolii '.
' a ' : ;'' Buncombe" Couoiy. - i-, ':
Superior Court of Law- April Term, 1829
William Robards,kV: V, ' - -'-
( v." , v .C Petition for Divorce, 'r' .
Margaret Robardsl 3 .:.:'-x;- V t: f - - -
OUDEitED by Court, that publication be made
for 3 months 'successively in. the ltaleigh
Register, and the Yadkin and - Catawba Journal,
that the Defendant be and appear at the .next
Superior Court tf Law to be held for Buncombe
county, svtj .the'Cpurt-hoiise in Asheville, on the
2d Monday after the -ith Monday in September
next, andplead-i or afiswer to the Plaintiff's pe
tition, .or the Same witt belieard ex parte. '
Witness, litobert Henry, Clerk ' of . said Court
at O dice, the 2d Monday after, tue 4tli Monday
of March, !lJ29. f." . , i i
: ROBERT HENRY,' C. S. C4
r Guilfmd'Crtuniy. ' .
In the Court of Equity. : - ' '
-Jno. Anderson, ."1 " '-'- ' -' .- K t .
Lytlia Anderson, j Heirs at Law of MiriamJ
James Anderson, VAnderson, feme covert,
Ph'ebe Anderson, deceased. V ' 'j ... - ':'
Mary Anderson, J . ... .. - ' . .- J . . -
IN this cause,; it appearing to .the satisfaction
of the Court that the Defend ants are inhabi
tants of another State : it- is therefore ordered
by the Cbtrft, that publication be made for .six
weeks iii Hhe Raleigh Register, for the Defend
ants to appear. at the next Superior, Coiii-t of tw
and Courtlof Equity to be held in and forthe
uounty ot uuiltord, '-. at. tlie Court jtouse in
Greetisborough, on the foiirtb Monday after the
fourth Monday in September . next, t hen apd
there to i pjad, answer or. demur to the. Cchp
plainants B'dl. orthe same will betaken pro bon-
iesao, ,anu uecree maue accoruingiy,. ;,
Teste.M 5 s .: :--Air GEREN, CM. F
State of Nartli-Carolina ;
f Surry County. May Sessions, 1829.. ;
(Mitchell Thompson rs Jabei Johnson, Admr.
IN this case, it ajpeiing to the Satisfaction 4f
1 the Court that Joseph Payne, Walter, and his
wite ousannan ravie, iviwam ii;iwk.h, ana ins
wife Sally', and cEliphalet Rendal arid his wife
Martha,- heirs at law of Stephen Payne,- deerd.
reside outj of this-State. Orderet by the Court
that publication be made six weeks in the Ra
leigh- Register, for there to appear and ma Re
inemseives parties, oiuerwise juameni pro con
fesso will be taken as to them, at August Term
1829. : j- v:-'' v r.-A '
V Teste, fOHN WRIGHT, C. C. C '
State pi North- Carolina ;
; VSdrry County. " -l-'. - i'
Superior, Court of Equity, March Term, ,1829.:
' .John Hilsabeck is.Joseph Pening'on. A
5T appeanncr to the satisfaction oi the Court
JL that the defendant, Joseph Peniogibn; isviiot
an inhabitant of this State f k. is therefore. order
ed that ptiblicjition be made for three mouths iii
the ttateign uegisier, mat ne may appear at mr
next Superior Coyrt of Equity to be held for the
County cf Surry, at the Courthouse in Roc 1c ford,
on tlie' first Monday in Scpt-m-ernext,'to plead.
answer or demur, to tlie complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken pro confesso and heard
Test. wiNSTONlSOMERS, C; IL E
May.19, 1829)r. adv. $5 25. 3 - ,
fSllI.E .Summer Session, of this Institution will
JL ?om me nce on the 9tb day o f JulyJ .Terms
" ' '.'4--' ''.:' baijiaiAar "tmTioc.. ; -.t -V
V V4thClass;; $10 00, - f i X
2d & 3dJ do;i :Jrt 'soig; C "
:- 4v. istf do as M15 :'oorrW0,v-.-v
Contingent Expenses 50,J ' - V-1
'A4'-;-''..'. 1 OHSxjixaTAi. saac&X9: -i : VV'
Music?: 524 00,S'r -"3 ;2-
Lace Needlework; 3 00, h;
Muslin Needlework ;2 00; f? CS,,0T - i
Drawing & Painting.l0 00,J y v - ?
Board from $3 to 10 xper month. . 1 i :
' ': W. IL GREEN, SuperinML
' . ..-"'". ... - .-4 M . , .
Private J3oardinr Scliuol;
irE Exercises . hi t he 'Su bscr! b , r's' S chool,
; t, wiU clgse on Fndy the oih ofune, and be'
resumed, on the second iM.-m.-Tav in Jul''. . '
. There "will be public ? peeking: by his pupils",
on .Thursday nf.M' the 4th of June, in5 1 !i e'ila
sonic llalb-;- The :citi2en3 of the tow , ;:rere'-r
spectfuily.tnriled to attewt. :J-.:: -
'. j -r : :j..vrrnEij9iooN. ;
r-'N. B. Tt-rms rf his School, $55 pC-r.'.'sesvc ,
for Bnarvt UMd't'i Itioo, paid in aclvanct. '
; 'liiU,bQrt.ugtt.iav ty. ; y . 751 A
BALL ahf ,lAtrrV wiU be 'furnhed 'I.
SlioccoSprinss. on the eVenin'Tsf ih 1 0l
and 11th ofAtio ;ri " i '-''"T--;'
" Shocco Spring July '22 1829. t - ;
COTTON YARN TON VAi.: J
rN order, to met .the exigency of the present
times & competition on a fair ground 'A Iso, to
enaoie ifouniry-; Merchants ann QthtrV tt
cliase CO'rrON, YARNS n cu :i rV,
ovner pans oi : . tneuiMon l lt.v)
self my .Cotton? .Yarns, bv "the
e concluded to
miantitv of 153
pounds and tirnvards in ftssortments' cf tau-A '
lantmties from No; 5, ,tb 10 u 21 xats per
pound, with an advance of three' cef.ts per No.
iip'to No. 20.", It is not "necessarytp" say; much T
about the qui." ty of these : Yarn? us they af e f
generally well known, aivd allowe'd; by "all who ,
have used them to be superior to uny in the Unhn.
Oiders left or furvVarded.to -MrtWn. ClarT-, jr.
l?eteiui4'"Jo--Mr.'l.'ti'rpJ'vWi:,ace, Mr. John
Wyse and Mr. Wm; :Cfal k, "tif Rich;!, .r.d, , br ta
myselfat the' Factory, w-ill be promptly attend
ed to and forwarded' fV " -
I am also preparer to furnish Cotton Yams . '
dyed of any color, suit, hie for stripin r; Ch eck
or Ginghams, ;at .'prices to snit the aimt-H. Good
white seed Cotton. IU be taken in exchange fc.
Cot' Yarns,; or Giau.l for.the' customary tol',
or will be purcliasetj at theTaciorvnd the high
est price' giyeni! I have a Wool .C-. "n.j Ma-'
chine' in operation at the Factory witli ..ew sttt
of -Cards all complete, which I warrant, tb. card
Wool Rolls in a .ahKer superior to any other in
this1 Country Price :t'or carding ten cents a
pound or 12 J cents f 1 find the frrease. The ;
arrangement is o made with this thachine that
Wool can be carded in wintf!r'rw31 as in'sum-
mer. " r v f i ' JOSCPH.IIEYWOOD, :
'-. ' -: " t'J'oiehatan 'CpitonUTactory, . "
" Address, Joseph Hey wood, Sublets Tavern :
Powhatan." "V: ry..yi : I r-.-J-.i v r."
Price of Heywood?9 Cotton T&rn' from this date
, ly wholesale of 1501bsl andlupwards, - n
. No. 5-to: 10f equal quantity' 21 cents. " ,
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By the Bundle.
No. 5 to 10
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. NOTICE. 'A' -kv"-':. '.
MRS.SARAH uLENJENNirGjlate cf Grar- ,
"ville county, forhlirly resident in Raleigh, . ;
has lately died intestate1 Jdany.oflier aextofkin
reside at a distance from this placer and I da"
hereby.n-.tify alLpersohs concerned that s.t the t .
exptratit i of two years frofn the.,lstMay,-TS2Vi :
as. prescribed by law,-Ihali e 'realy and vwl.:
ling to settle the &aid Ji3tate.--The Administra
tton of said Estate jiaving been committed to V
hy the County Court of Granvih County in ZJay . .
1 will attend tr all con ... inicatior. (post paid)
which may be ; addressed 'to me at JVdeigh, N.
:. J; -; PARKER UAND, Ad.Tl'r,
Wake county, 21st May, 1829. ' 71 - ,
Valuable Ne: re s fur .J-
flCW E S ubscrib ers having quaH f as ExeCUtcri .
Si .of the; late Dair d Shine, dec'd,aud in order i
to meet the demands against the Estate of tLelr .
stat or, they will offer f t z to'fthe bigliesi ;
bidder, for ready money, ' cn-ihe f.rst day of Au
gust next, at the Court-I!: use door iii the Town '.;
of Louisbur--, several valur We NEGROES,' a "
roong which are two Blacksu.ishs (brothers) tl.s ; .
eldest about 25 years of age, Tis a large, strong, ,
active" likely mnn.yind a; fet! rr cf excellent
sense and disposition, and the : .'jscribers vou;h
for bis being one of the best Smiths in' the State. -He
can execute airkiijds of Iron" Work pertain-,
irig to Carriages with, neatness and despatch.--.."
He also ilnderstands working all kinds of Stet 1, ;
aiid has not his "superior iii the making cfed"-cd '
art'd Plantation Tools of ev-ry deficnpticn. i l a
youngest about 23 years ol'age, is iu t s pci.ct
in his traded but premises to make aii excellent
Smith lie is ais a large,; likely fellow. . The ; r
balance of, the Negroes ccists of women and
chifdren tley are HKeiy and -valdab'lei 1be '
T09U of the Shop will.also be sold. - , '
;;),;;-;-;,if:jOEL:KlNG,'-'-t exo W
v r CHARLES A. HILL 5 .
' Franklin county, N- C. July 1: ' SS3t ..
liariLLlAMS 2t HAYWOOD will : keep .pre-,
f T paied the above article during the Summer
season.--'.; -5' v - - . -' ; ".l
. ' Also, Lemon Syrup, of the first quality.
; ; They have just received a supply of superior ;
fresh;linie Juiced .:-.''s ' ' -''
, Raleigh, June 1. , . ' ' 77 .
i ?. JdstReceived '
r vH'aber's Difficulties of Romanism
scott's Family Bible, in 6 vols Cvo, . '
The History nd . Mystery , of Met lie Jlit X
: piscopicy, hViJUexi IfCainc. .
A'Defence of the Truth as set forth in the;.
5 lljstory and Mystery Cf Methodist Ep-;-i-
- t copacW by the same person.
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