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n* 4MM WKIKNKSDAY, OCTOUKK 28, 1829. ,V?. &04 1PIUCSS CUR RFIsT. Bra?,!v. <*o'M?iu?-, Apple, - Peach, - TJ?'P^\4 " * * Butter, - ? - in . ?no il-', i, ro'sl'i, I t\ ? . ir. - - ? rmV",. - ? .in. H ,1'atvl, <"<viutry, !???:?. - - - l.ir !, - I. i n-. - - - N . iii ii, t ?? .1 , r. \ rr ri-'ti'i, 1'IIIIH I, - Host IriHia, - N w K'inlaiiit, Si!;, T . i \ ?rr>(>ol, - T tr*'? !?'a?d, vu M'owi, Loaf, - f a. I lTV-na! st! ( Hv??i, - \ ? >11:11! 'Iy?f>n, T rn, - T?l '?w, .... \V Vat, .... VSVA-y. - - - W.i?*, M vl<-ira, ? T ?iTifT'', sherry, - - P..M. ... Malaga, - ? <l?*r I l ! Nmvl.rrn ' ?'f 1 * cm u. Oct ' call. lb. t I Ik < fl "v. I ? I!. k?' J. bmli. k?'?. Ball. <\vt. P<U?I|. r ? v t . if>. owl. lb. '?u*h. gall. fU. ? ;? io > - i . ?> i i\ \ n. ! I :?) - ? 12.? M ? 250 23 ! 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I?llr.p tt KF.KLT hv nr.s.sis iikartt, *1 THkl.l DOLLARS A YKVR, OR TWO DULI. A US urn (.iNT- lr iaii> is auvamck. \*>t do a >t flivr iiuiict' til their wish t j 'i i i i i ir |M|?'r diaro iti.ku< I a? tho ?*xpira* i i.i if the year, will bo prrau ie i as il?firmg i'-i r ? hi i nance until countermanded. ? \uil ii >t i?r Mill l??-. Inr-i itinuol until m I i arrmr ? ???? i r- paid, unI 'M at tlio option of the pub ?V io?vrr will j?? ?c n r?* ?i\ subscribers, and fiir i iii'i- iiip ji iy ueiit*, alull nceivo t lie sc % ?*;?th gratia. \ lv ?rln-vncnta not exceeding u lines * i'l ???? i i#*?rt ? I three time# for one d"i l.?r, and , tv " r v-'ivi- c ?_ u t ?< for each continuance. ?? i >* :ri;?ti i in fcsivcd by 'lie jiri itt-r, anil | u <>>' ? t p ??!? -lantern tn th?* Mali*. j . I ? tt?;r-? ii. 'O ? S'isitica relative to tiic r ' i-i i -i So post-paid. JOSKI'II M M?S!I \LL. C.VBINUT- 32 \K 2R, it I". r t tN< lii< tna.ks to tho public lor the V. ;m ?'ii_?p iii* ft.it hitherto ivl, and ?? u'o i iform t io n ttiat in? tin* o:i band a ?ju tn'itf oi Walnut and Stanu'tl Fur niture, an 1 a i elegant assortment ot tlKOSTKADS. A ktndi of MiihnjMnv an I other Furniture, mi le to ortl'T, in the n wi ?t fashion ? ?i'l in i iif Ii -ni iti iu'iur, at -> iort?iiotie?'. All wSi'-li will lir- dispose*! of at pricus lowi r tli.ni hiv ? heretofore been customary i.i this placr. ( ' orri, VViicat, Flour, or Porl;. will tic tikr i " payment at the markut price, if application [ bi til i |?- ?ncui. Srptcmiiur I.*. ti? 4Ji I WOOL CAlllVfcO. ^Jl'lF. Wool (" irdint; Machino on F.noo, a' t ie Old Tilt llam nnr, liavinf boon lately ri>p-tir??'|, and lir*r cy'indcra newly olothed witli on li? -?f ttie b'!?t ipiality, m now ready for hn ??nesj, Uond work will lie warranted lor eiyht r-nt* a pi i id, or tne filth part of the wool, to 1 Hi'nc who will bring their wool in warm weath- ( ?r. well picked an I washed, with one pound i 01 cluan laid or oil, to every ten pound of wool. J Ssunl. H. Cluytor. Jnno 9. 3m ? St) w .YO CREDIT. 8CARLBTT K BACON P'M'I.I) inform the public, that they still continue their BOOT and 8IIOK Via ? ifactnre at their old atand, threw doori* west ? ihn stnro of Mcasra. Kirklanil h Son, where ,liey will keep constantly on hand, a general *"ortment of Hoots and Hiooh, "fthe heat material* and workmanship, which will he *nld low for cash. Those wishing to UfirdiaAn will do well to call and cxaiamo ">t themselves Jan. 6. 63-? lUi VNKb to i' bulu at tUis Ollitc. TO JUL il.\ KY.M 1\N TAYLORS. ' | *IIK subscrdjer u .slits t ? cnnplov immedi I. atelj nt'iist Tjik* jotirtict man i'xylor, to v?li >m^<Hxl w.ij-h .1 a constant t-i. inc . i T\ ,11 liL- RUtfn. . , . ?I ?> 1 1 1 1 \ uuirv. 01 ? JKWELL?RY. k*\ ?mb? ? rit>?>r would in tnis way infer J. Ii'? frienrt* the public, t!?at we h infet in has ai'am ?>? n. ?<! Ins shop, at l.-s o wo li< u^?* in t .* plan-, * |?'|0 III' IS ?V? M |)f( to . ,\e rnti ?? <?rk n tin Int. , and will faithfully pnnt i iia'l\ ".tiii1 <ui M >rk .?* mav be com mi!? i ?? lu- ? ii . lit ha* on I. . in i i'l'i'il f of JF.V ? ELI ? RV, I' i Ii WORK, <*??. w'.ich w." Iii .?,? i 'iiHii. liy h m f.?r ??.?? !. ?L j" t.m- ? iud. ;it e ! lit the nuhaeribrr n n* ???' ? oily, i< ill for tin* lu?t tinn r? ?jiv ptrel lo make payment forthwith. I.' .jrr indul gence I'UllMOt In- IJIV0I1. II). II AuiT'lst |tf. !?! ? t W \ IT i S Kii ?V J K \V K \. L !?; V Y . > |?m: > Saeribcr return* Ins tmnUs in !its ?""* iricniU mvl f'tistn.ii r?? ? >r ti.<? hb-'ral sup |>ort winch tin lias iieretolore rm i^ >'<1, anil bey* b av lu i.u ii ii' i ai, HihI in till contin* U es I is bis til I stun i, ??;>|n?-?ite the court hut:*", w )i< n> ki < j,; a ? ? i<ir one as* Korttr.riii of W.ilr'n'.? a i?l JfWt1 !? rv, which lie ill sell I n. r than c ? r? In pun has, d wiiere. Mr lu- alii rrccued a ?r at as.s>rt. Iiicnt of mat-iiuis, and is prepaM-d to icpair wal<. In a and docks nt the ahortci notice, and warrant to prrform well. Ml work from h fli.-t t i lire will be well exeevt <J ami promptly :it t ended to. Mi kui'ltm) silver w or'* made at the sliortial nolle?. . , , , iii'iii iivl Lynch, Aupuut lf>. !M ? If i'vprs. Presses, ^'c. y\ ILMAM II V(i \U \ Co. Ol'FF.R KO|l H.\I,K, at their Tvpe and Stereotype Foundry, No. ^0, Go'ikntreol, New-York, ii complete assortment of /'/f/.V TI.VG T\ MS, from I I li.ica I'n-ato Itiamonil, at llie followi'iff prieer, sis ni'inti s en* 'it, or 5 per cent, ilnroiml frr Cash They east tlieir Hook Fotmlfl, from I'.ncliB'i to Diamond, on a in< t a I wliicb the.v will warrant superior lo anv oilier used in tins country. Six line* Pica, and ail Inrgor, peril). Ill cenls. Double Pica, to Five J.incs, 32 tJreat Priinur, "I Knplisli, 3ft Pica, Sli Small Pica. 39 long Primer, -10 Hnr^cois, 4t? Brevier, .r?ft Minion, 70 Nonpareil, Ami all otberH iri proportion. Old mclal r*4 coived in exehniu'e, at S rent* per lb. \V. II. and Co. are agents for fie sale ol tne Wash ini'ton Printing Press, invented by Sornucl Hnst. wbieli tbey olfor for sale on act ommoea tinij terms. Proprietors of pnpers, w!io will publish tbjs h Iverliaoiiient three limes, will be nlloweil ??2 in the settleinont of their accounts, or in articles from the Foundry, NgW'Xojk, Aug. '41, The Synod of Nortli-Cnmlimi will hold their next annual session in Fayctteville, on the lOtli of November. September 8. 97 ? LIS T OF LKTTEUS. t Rr.naining in the Pott Office in Hilt shore it \>h, on the 1st of Oi tvber, 1829. A S. G. Kins; .'nines Aykfoyd 2 Win. Kirk land 19 Capt. Joseph Armstrong I. William F-. Anderson Robert G. Lind^ey Joseph Latta James Lindsay Win. Lewis Barnev Lasley or James or V aiinline Moore M Duncan Meltae Falttrnui M'Dade M rs. Nancy Moore Samuel MTrnckcu George \ Masscy \\ itsuii M'Kerratl Jamex Allison It James Browning Henry Boyle JitiifS lirurv Jan" Boroughs Samuel BumpassS Win. BauShiiu Bob.-rt Buruside James Boyle F. W. Burroughs 2 Miss Kliza L. Bund Gen. G. II. Bryant Thomas B.irtoii Archibald Bo'.ing Macon Bledsoe John A. Benton 2 i; Gretjc Copley James B. Carrington William Campbell Nathaniel Carrington Ruben Garden Samuel fhilJs William Chambers William Cumming James R. f ole John Carr James Child Susannah Crabtree John ?"rutchfield 2 Jcssce Clinton J oil ii J. Currington II Wiley Dilsrd AiK.iMtiiM D shont'h Nancv Dunuigau John Dishen ihotuus Durham E. iia I', 'is 2 Kob.-rt I'.nton Willia.ii llll'jJ Archibald Fmdlcy \\'iilil ?v \ ! c\ I 'iittha.it Miss Sarah J Siniih Mis?i'hai'.o ;< l'l tiling Co!. John Stoekard Moses M'Cown 'A illie Y. Manguni Llia9 Mayer James Mourc N Win. Neel Robert Nutt O Miss Sarah O'Danitl P Wilev G Paiks R Miss Virginia Ragsdale Jacob Riley 2 Samuel Reed James Ruffin Miss Martha St rudwick Mrs Mary Sutherland Joiin S 'iatteily, Miss Ann JuneStallings A. T .smith Absalom b.Scarbrough in. Scarlet Da\ i<l Smith James . Smith Joseph Stubbing Fredetick T.Suinervillo JobuSyk", sen. orThos. Brewer Franklin Library Soc. Miss Fantilena J. Shaw Mosos Seariett Miss C. ! . Fi. Thomas Forrest Adam T. -?ircsii C, U illiani Gat I is A in I.. Gv. yn Ii" Mis? M?t? ! Hamilton Mrs.- \ttclia Wiiitted Edward Stanly r Thomas Thompson C. Thompson J. Tui ner Sarun Thompson ll'chi . Howard 'ii. 1 1 it. 'urns Na?!iai,;.?l Hicks, sen. Morgan H. ri Win. ll irton Jo;:n K !ill 2 ?\ oi. 1 1 ? i ? ' n'Mon A i -niton: ? lardec t' njami.i Hurdle i .ioitia ? . 1 iloway,*en. .ii. I la * ?? ' i :i i?:i ? 1 Iterndon U.-v. V. i.). Hooper J Co!. Cod. J. :: s Elibu U<, id C. Walker Henderson Woods Samuel Wilson .'ostpli V\ aril, sen. L? vi Whittcd 2 Mrs. Mary Wayne or Henry Bland Mary Hoods or Henry \\ O' ids Sampson Woods Jo?< p'i Woods John Walker M'ni. N IFhittcd David ll'ebb Bur'on lFhit~ker J.HMas S. Irvm 2 ' Mis-, kal i. M.JacksoR ('Hilton If'alker 1 Jonn 1'. Jones Jamss II <bb 2 K Y 1 Jo> ,?u Kirk pat rick 2 David Yarbroogh i H. I.. Conk. I'. M. j October 1. Ol ? 3w NOTIC K To the Stoclihuldtrs of the Hunk of Crpe Fritr. I^lWIt' htterof I. outs I). WiWon, e??cj. in be i i;t If of I ho Commissioners appointed by , the State, l? ing under consideration, Resolved, I That the Vr? ident do advMf said Coinnus I sinners, that it is rtctnied necessary and expo } dieot t<< consult the btockholdets in reference ? to the subj.ct iBaiter of the communication; [ ami further that the President of the Bank of ' Cap?-lVar be, and he is hereby l'ully au J tiiortxed and empowered, by virtue of this Rea j olution of the Hoard of Director*, to eall a I gem rul meeting of the Stockholders of the i Hnuk of Cape-Fear, to convene on the 42d 1 Monday of November next, at the Hanking j House in Wilmington, then and there to con sider of their intcres s generally; and espe ? ip lly to signify how far, in what way and up on what terms, they the Stockholders would consider it advisable to coperatc with the ! (ienernl Assembly in the establishment of a new Hank, by the consolidation, or otherwise, ? of those lion in existence. Copy from the mi nutes. JOHN HILL, Cashier. t In accordance with the ahove Resolution, I and by virtue of my oflice as President of the Hank of Cape-Fear, notice is hcarby given to tho .Stockholders of said Rank, to meet at their hauking house in Wilmington, on the se cond Monday of November next, then and there to consider of and to act upon the mat tcr? and thing's as s?'t forth in the above Resolution. .1. K. LONDON, I'rmulfnt. September 2. 97 ? 4w TR \CT DEPOSITORY. rw%n ACTS from die American Tract Society ? I also from the I'nion Tract Society, may he had in any quantity, at the Society's prices, by forwarding orders, with cash, to I*. W . I)?wil, op T. P. Hunt. Raleigh, Au$ 93 ? JOB PRINTING, Exocutcd at this Ortice, with ncutu?|j, acu* RUKAL ECONOMY. w%w\ *' And your rich soil, n.vi!>era*it, nature's bolter hlessinga pour llVr vvrry hind." From tiie Sicub^n Mfssm^er. LHKKSK MAKING. 1 an* indued to mnke thr f llow i'-g c i tii 'tiu it i cat toiif tli?* principles of which \n ill he iutiitd in I lioiup*ioii'.s ? Chemistry, * It h ? lie l??>pe that I' u?dy I) ? ?>t use to ?*t" thr r? alerx of me >1- ssmg^r, and as 'his in thr season I'tr t"*t|flg KM Utility, it JOU think it will lit* useful you are ai liberty t?> puhii-h A Lovkei of Good Cheese. ' Milk is well kntmn to consist and is easily separated into three par?s ? cream, curd and whey. The cream is of an oily, rich, and s^eet substance, diffused tlnofgh the ; otheis, and easily separated from t them by standing, but can ncvei be l hardened or crndled wiih rrni.c . Curd may be separated flora >he | u hc? , by heating it a little mure ? than blood or milk heat when it cuiscs from the c ??*, and adding a | Utile renin I ; and its richness depends 1 upon the quantity of the cr^am (hat way he diffused through U, and which ; in ny he eaail) pressed oU>. | Whey is the remaining Qsii'l. and ! its richness, color ami ia*te depend 1 upon the quantity of cream ii aiay | contain. Cheese, it is well known, is made ? I* ? a * i ? il?t curd, and the cheese is the , better li e wore it c -mains ot the cram, or ol that oily ma'ter which c JtMiilatf s bntterjits ynndm'SH, ii;i*.re fuie, depend* in a great mca-ur? ; upon the manner of beparating the w tmy Iroua Mil* curd. If i i.e milk tie much heated, the cum) bmkon hi piecea, and the Vhey forcibly separated or pressed out with heavy weights or [intent pres ses, as in the practice with many, ; the cheese is scarce good <or any thing hill the n hey is delicious, e? penally (he last press* d out, a id butter ir.a) he obtained from it i Considerable quantities ? a fill! pr?of lhaf near;) the while creamy part ) of the uti'tU has been separated from the cheese and is in the whey. ( Whereas il the milk be two inuch heated, just aufticient to curdle, if the curd be allowed to remain unbro ken, und the whey be separate fc?* vtry slow and gentle pressure, the cream is retained and the cheese is excellent, but the wnoy is almost I transparent and nearly colorless. THE PAKMKR. The following bcntiful description r.f the i irmer ? and happy would it be for us il ita application w?.s more generally correct ? <9 extractvd from the Address of the lion. Mr. Rowan, to the citizens of Louisville, Ken turky. Who is there atr?t?o; us (hat be holds the condition of our farmers, and docs not exalt io the conscious ness that he i* an Au.erican citizen, and pant to supera let ihn charrt ter ol fanner? The house of Mie farmer is the abode of the virtues. It is a school in which lessons ol practical wisdom are taught. It is a temple in which the precepts of our holy re ligion are inclucatrd. It is the cas tle of sovereignty, for it is owned b> its occupant, and he is a freeman. It is the residence of p^are, order, harmony, and happiness. Patriotism and pioty unite in cosecra ing the place, and in suffusing every counte nance with their unction. Indeed, what condition in life is so lik-'ly to produce (hat patriotism, which wilt stand the country in stead upon emer gencies, or that pic'y which will af ford solace in extremity, as that of the farmet? 11 o occupies a cousUut, intimate, tn sensible relatioitiiup with Heaven. iitb mind is endu- d with a love of order, by constantly be hold ing that which prevail* around him. The regular succession of the seati ng, of day tod nigh', and of sted ti??cand harvest, admonish rim to tbe observance of regulars > aud order in all his conduct, lie per* ceivra that the Suo aud the Moon i erform their circuits wiibottt loite ring on the way. and learns from <b*-m that industry is required at his hands. He looks to Heaven through its ran.s and its dews, for (he reward of his labour* iu the abundance of his crops. 11 makes the sacred voluroo of iteveia hiu (he roan uf his counsel, hi o h >urce of his consolation. Ho oii'U-s with bis wife and children in tunes uf supplication and strains of piaise around she fwmily altar, on the iloi mi. 5 and evening of eat h day. He acknowledges no sovet eign but heaven aud the p- opt ; he bows with appropriate r*veren<e to the will of each, and >xults iu the freedom of hm ?wii ? f.r his homage is a treo will ofltrti g. claimed at hi* httud by the convictions of his reason. His aftVc.ions are conducted by his judg ment and not by his fears, a. d -his devotion. Matron ctieatity and in faiiliie ionuctnce sweeten, and reli gion hallows the atmosphere of hia home and r< riders it irresistibly al ; racuve. He loves his country, be } cau*e the farm and the domicil of which he is thi proprietor, and with which his affections are idi n fj dt are a part of thaicountr). H:s pat I riotisiu is an esseo'ial pari ol his coiiscious identity. ? Connect*' d by his ttfftctnns with .h - Soil, air?> by his pieiy with Ht'uvti,. i' p^rtukes of the stability ol the lortnct, *ad 'ho punt* of the latter. It inspn*-s tutu with a only enthusiasm in the c.'oso of tiis country, when its honour or iis safety is concerned. It- is -j?<?c trir, and strikes vt rv co-.t.j; ?. us tiosoiu, (lit it prevails coitu.uui* The N<*w Y rk Enquirer says ? here is a machine in operation in that city which mnk.es datl* 25.000 bricks, bfing in operation 12 h<uis in each day. These bricks a.e rt a d) f?T 'lie lire Mie moment (buy leave tiie machine, e.>d sell teadily at from live fo eigh? dollars p? r thousand. The operators lake t lie clay inu (i:ediat>lr from the batk. aod with. ? ut the use ? f any water, throw it in to an apparatus which cuts the lu'tips a:nl reduces ill m to a similar s ze. This enables 'he clay t<? pass tirough a kir.d nf hopper Hit . the moulds of (he mucliiie, which are placed mi a horizontal wheel: mid as ttie wtieel revolves tl ec<?y is forcibly cnmprrs. ..iu ir.tu parallelograms o? perfect ?orm, so hard as to admit ? .1 mg handled placed in the kiln for burn ing. We cailed yesterday aftirnoon at the store of Messrs. Lewis Veroo <?? Co. in Chesnut s'reet, above Third, to look at some ftlass articles ab >ut (o be sent to Washington, to furnish the east room of the president's house. Of "Three splendid chandeliers, one has been put in order and hung op in the store; the glass which it i9 composed is of uncommon excellence, perlcctedly pure, and cut with great elegance an. I precision. Four lurge mantle giaour, tho plates of which are each 0 feet by 5 feet, are also for thosauio room, and may vie with any other similar ar ticles in this couutry. Messrs. L. Veron Co. have many other arti cits of equal richness for the I'rosi dent's bouse; and we may atld that their store appears furnished with goods that would excuse some liber ality of cxpendture. Philadelphia V. S. Gaxitlc . A bright face, or gieat professions, do not a!-w-ayt indicate a clean heart, or Hincerity oi soul. It you wish to live without evil, avoid .hose who do evil; if to do ri^bt, go with those who do right*