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' " " " t. From Wailek's Coms.
' T-Ctf"tny Lady' Isabella playing on the lute.
1 . SUCH moving Sounds, from such a careless
- touch I ; ' . ,
' So nnconcemU herself, and wfe o much J 5
,' t V bat art is this, that with so little pains ,
. v .''ThetrembliivKstringaiibouthcrfingerscrowd
. ' s And tell their oy forev'ry kiss aloud v
' II iii amb mAArfii trs tnalr thawm trpmv
1 rTouch'd by that hand, who would riot teem'
. 1 i ,( ble'toofr '' ' J ' ''
V; Here Love takes stand, and while she charms
r 'th6 ear, " V " ,
Emnties his fluiver on the list'ning deer f '.
. T .' ,' Music so sortens, and disarms1, the-tnind, t '
hat not aH affow, 1953 resistant flndvT-
"r u Thus the fair tyrant celebrates the prizd? - -:
' ' " ' And acts.herself the triumph of her eyes': ' J
' '"So Nero once,' With harp in hand, survey?!, f
- r r.ttis flaming, Rome and as It bVnj'd he play M,
- ' WORTHS SAME. i( '
ttftAP0L0Gr for having iavedbefotf. i
, $ They that never had the use, '
i . Of tlie grape's surpming juke, i- '
, .. : Ta the first delicious eup, , ""V
Vl " All their reason swallow up : ';'.' ' , J,
" f Neither do, hor cave to know, , " ' '
, Whether it be best or no. . '"
" I So they that are tb loye inclluM, ' ,
;- Sway'd by hance,'iot choice, orart,,'
- .To the first that's fair, or kind, ... - .
v Make pi eent of their hearn
:-' 'Tis not she that first we lovii,
' t J liut whom dying we approve , - '
. - ' " A dispute, , it seemi, lately arose in one of
'"K" the vhiyersittesrxoncernmg precedence be
,'twcen'doctors of civil lawj and doctors in mo-.--
. dkine : it was referred to K facetious proctor,
' ( who decided that b fcUstomar,( the thif
' ? Should go tyere, ana me executioner jonow
I;. v . '; Or, Mat. ihould decide any yuung man who
i heitUatet about teaming to' Juay i theddle.
' A few ycurs ago, a man Who lived at Allcr'
i lanl ( Efior.l by tfude a tailor,' but who occa
1 ' : lionully could handle his fiddle as well as his
; . tieedle, on his way home, from- whence ho
t had been exercising his musical talents, for
j-in the morning the montli of June, was
' , " attacked by a UullAAltcr aevaral effort to
escape, tie auempie w vciiu u u c ,. jioi ,
kowever succeeding, in U attempt, a mo,!
. jnentary impulse' directed him to pull out his I
, fiddle, and fortifying himself behind the tree !
, as well as he could, began to play; upon I
which the enraged animal became toully tlis I
armed of his ferocity, and appeared to listen j
with great attention. 1 he affrighted Joo
i 5nip, finding his fierce and formidable enemy
io much appeased, begun to think of making
Ms escape, left off playing, and was moving
, off wiihout even the slightest desire to know
wljo should puy the piper. This, however,
the bull wouhi not suS'cr ; for no sooner had
bur Orpheus ceased his fasclnatiug strain,
t an the bull's rsge appeared to return with
as much violence as before. He was there
' fore pJad to have recourse a second time to
his fiddle, which instantly , operated again
; " fci a magic charm upon the bull, who became
as composed and attentive as before. He
fcfterwafds nudo several more attempts to
escape, but all in vain ; fur no soonw did he
top his fiddle than the bull's anger return
' ed, so that he was compelled to continue fid
dllngaway till near 0 o'clock, (about S hours)
When tho family tame to fetch the cows, by
which he w,i relieved and rest acd from a
' tiresome and fsghtful situation. Ho I, per
haps the first nan upon record who nfjy rc
ally be S-ld to have fiddled for his lifeand
ho his so Truly fulfilled the I'oet's idea,
that Music balli charms to soothe the sa
-. ae'hTCasl.,, ... .
IDS THt. DVSCM'Xf Rt.
fExtriictcd Horn llic rmiaucipnu aie
lc snfl Pliyskal Journal," edited by Dr. li.
. Rartmt. tl; 1. 1. 130.1 ' i .'
i Last Summer, when I was near the set
tlement of the Oneida Indians (111 the state of
New-York) the Dysentery prevailed much,
nd carried off tome of the white inhabitants
who acnlled to thft Indians for a remedy.
They directed them to drink a decoction of
the roots of Olatkberry bushes (Kobus Oc-
tldcntuUO which the y did) after whkli not
one died. All who used it, agreed that it is
safe, sure and sprcdy itirs; '
JAMfcS V. A. ANDEltSON.
Aigest4,iao4.,;,;" :; .r
' J good assortment of
DRY GOODS U GROCEUIES
'At the s'ore formerly occupied by Mr.
Owtn Kenan, next ddof to Mssrs'Ger k
Ary which th sgbtrlbtrs will sell on rea
sonable terms tor ch or eourftry produce.
- - - MOOPE tf USHt It.
Atso. riia huqdi'id theumriil Htd 0. f Ihd.
Rtsies. tw hundred thouisnd ftet of Wr
ch.matile l umber. tNree thmissnd.bnshtH
A'lum Suit and I few hhJa of 2d proof Rum.
JM.y Si. .
A partner, ui the HcuirBusiness, mo can
furnish a Capital of g5000irt conshration
of receiving half the" emolument acruing.;
A dormant one would be preferredbut an,
active bnc would, not be rejected, if btable
in other respects A line addi'cssel to A
and left at the Office of tlie GaTzettMll he
attended to: Juf$. ,
THE Subieriber has rec'entlr reccive sn
..j.i:ii .,t v v ! i"."'-' -,"'V
Dry Goods, and Hardware Viz.
Callicoes, Ginffhams, Threads, Tapes,Stock
ingS, Gloves Bombazetti, knives, sossors,
Locks, be &c Also, a few patcot ntr-iop
Boots all of which he oflsrs for cash onlf,
at ery reduced prices. -l-
; Has for, sale at the Store f(N
merly occupied by NVatsoa 84 Bloodwortlian
extensive assortment of - - , ,
Crockery, Glass-jrdrt & Grocerfs,,
Among them, Hyspn Tea,' in small box of
12 lbs. each, suitable for family use ; Soiin
boxes, and a few sets of fine Pencil Vore,
which he will dispose of low for casn. A ;
' : Bricks for Sale.'1" ''
fw n Oeo Bonrwln's wharf. Annlv to
June 18. . , Tv. .
"- X0T1CK ' , .
THE Subscribers being desirous balan
cing all their accounts annually, to orrect
any omissions or overcharges that mht un
intentionally occur from their too lonund
in 't request all persons to whom thy may
be Indebted to present their accountsnr set
tlement The accountsnr all those wo may
be indebted to there will be made otto the'
,st July and presented for liquidatioi either
by. note or acknowledgment ;
. , . BUKGWIN W 0141 El ,
" MsyS9. ' I tf
' FOUT JOHNSTON. 1 1 " .;
f ttrartLLty June 16, B10.
1 In pursuance of instructions from tjie hon.
William Kustis,. secretary of war, aid eon.
formably to r proviso contaiued in tht LaWi
passed t the lust session of the General As.
TTTVr f I 'tK'e f . NDah-jC.irolInav ttd.
nig iu Vila wiuicu VLriiin laiiav-
n-i -jBO'-vr-tt rrtmint mo erecuon of fortifi.
cations, situate In anuthville. N. .TU
Subscriber has had inclosed such quurtiry of
suu f.anu, as no accms necessary to bt kept
free from infusion. The two Lots. No. l s
and l6bclongthg to the U. Sutcs, bcundod
by JVloore, tins Ic Hay streets, and tr Mr.
Benjamin S. Blaney's lot No. 17, wit) such
water privilcdges as may be attached o said
Lots, will be left unlnclosed,' until it be
deemed necessary to inclose them. Of tlte
abov,e notice is hereby given to all wom it
may concern. r . i . .
- - ' J.G.SVlFi'
' ' Major (,'bmmanutig.
THOSE families who are destreutto be
provided with Matrasses, or to havethem
made at their houses, buy apply at th Sub
scribcrs' Store. - , ,
. VtT 8e FoirfAk; '
April io. : j
: , ' 710 JiENT, ' "
.THE LOFT over the Subscriber's Ware.
I I"'ise, Nos. I and I, lately occupied as a Sail
Loft, 50 by 33 feet. ' ",
.- Miy i. .. - : ' . r.
. CASH offered for Labor. ?
Any Person f illing to undertake the finiJi.
lng the road which has been partlr eomrte.
't : pi .1!:;'.- s c..i ii .
tcu. ocu'ii'tiim at oiiBiofTincBa intended to
lead to town, may be profitably employed ly
n.Jwinrrtn ' . 1. tlnvl l I.D
N. B. About four miles of said road rt-
roiinstobe tompleated. - Jone . tf.
raltiablc Lands t
For isle, low for cash or young Negroes,
the following; valuable property, via I
i That well known plantation, formerly the
resideoca of my father, lying on the stage
foad ttflsycttevtlle, between the 37 at 38
mile posts. It is well covered with Cypress
and Pint trees and JlghtwoodMtoi another
piece ot SJJatfa. tw the ,wttt aids of the
river, back of Mr. William Sutton's, fi la
allowed to have the best timber and light-
wood In that part ot toe country ailths
whole 6f it lies handy to the River. MUo,
severs I other trscisoi land In Bladen lourv-
ty, Likewise, aMlLL Siat with akood
Coan Mill, on an excellent stream, thln
a quaiter of i mik of ike above plansiion,
lying In New-Hsnovir County. "Alt th'pro
pfrty now offered for sale, is situattin a
healthy part of the Country snd Is wtll forth
the attention of any ohtoesiroos oipu phas
ing valuable country property
.-i " en Dollars fovvarcl.
AftSCONDED"on"Satorday the twenty-;
first of October last, my .negro ichuw
Chsrlesto op Calto. -He is well
known about .Augustt as drummer I is
lifrht and well made, of very black com
plexion i about i feet nine inches high; and
years of age. He has deep mark or tut
on one of his eye-bro (hich notrecollec
ted.f The above reward will be paid for
his apprehension and delivery to me, or on
hit being lodged in jail ."'
: December 9. ' . "' tl
ii. Mi li 'if .11 i'1
, Thirty Dollop Reward) .
v tor the recovery of a negro man named
BARNEY, Sb'out 4S years or sge, 5 feet 6
inches highitout made, of a good appearing
Countenance, speaks y plain, has long hair,
somewhat of a dark mustee kind, one of his
kgs is much larger than the other The said
Barney eluped from my plaatatisn ea Coperi
River, near Charle.ton,. South Carolina, in
May ) 807, and from information mjde his
way for North Carolina. , AS his former
owner resided near Wilmington, in said btste,
and On his way was apprehended, but after
wards made his escape, and is supposed to be
in or near Wilmington1. If apprehended and
sent on to Charleston, South Carolina, all rea
sonable expences. together with the above
reward, will be paid, on delivery of said negro
to ' THOMAS BALD WICK. ,
Feb. . r, , -
, 10 DOLLARS REWARD.
s feet hiehi blark and sleek, well made and
erect and very plausible He" is, probably
about Y''lminKt0,nPr it not, may be harbor
ed at or near the plantation of the late Mr.
Merrick, on the Sound, 1 en dollars reward
will be Riten to any person who will appre
hend the isrtd tur.swsV. deliver him to the
subscriber or lodge him in some jail. v.
My 32. ' a. n. nuurcni
V !' Ten Dollars Reward. ,
" RUN-AWAY from the subMn iber a negro
relbw named TONEY, about 30 or 35 years
of age, by trade a Ship Carpenter, ad from
5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet blah , formerly be
longing to Mr, John Henderson,, deceased.
He took tiit n him a grey jacket and blue
psir of irowM-rs. As he ban a wile at mr,
Hcoprr'). bluffl it is probable he may be lurk
ing about irt that' neighborhood.,. AH per
sons and particularly masters of vessels, arc
warned not to harbour the said runaway or
tarry him off. as the severest penalties of the
Ik m will bt entoreetl attinst them n proof
I :- I..M I
"TWLNTY uvllllnUii MbW.tKD. ;
Run-away from the subscriber
about the lat of November Wt ntgra man'
named SCIPtO, between S feet 10 Inches
and 6 feet hih, of a yet ow complexion, Im
pudent in speech, 'snd well known about i
Wilmington. I wiil give the above reward
to whoever will secure him in any iiil, so
that I may get him again, or 1 Vil give one
hundred dollars reward tewboevrr w.H con
vict any captain master or 'iwiterof any ves
cl who has takrn btm cfT, as 1 ant told is
thecase. . thereby warn all captains, mas
ter and owners of vessels or others fiom
harboring or taking him oat of the state or
employing him In any sv. '
.NOTICE. . ,
' At the County Court of Cum
berlmd for June Term t B 10., the subscribers
Jual'bed a Lxecutors on the estate of A ly
re w Droadfootlat of said couuty. All per
sons who are indebted to the said estate sre
requested w make immediate payment, and
thue whn have sny demands -agsin.t the
eatHte will present them for settlement,
withm. the time limited by law Wifliam
Maclrllan will attend to the settlement of i
the estate, those, who are cwerned are re- !
quested to call on him fnr thi adjustment of
their respective accounts. .
' ClfASISS ( BiLMtll,
' M R stasiir Mostrnip, Jun'r. 1 K .
. WlUIAM BSABTOBO, l"r
William Macleliaw, J 1
rsyettoville, June t 1810. . ' 2m
Stopped, (supposed to I be sto
len,) from a Negro Girl, a Bavk DtLt
f tW hna. l jlaael-.!aw It Kttfiafi ttB tkisi
advertlwmf nt, snd reasonsblt reward, msy
have it again. Apply at the Printing OHice.
lilt. Subscriber has established a set of
Livsbt Sf asiss, on the west side tf Second-street,
for tha accommodation 14 those
gentlemen travailing through or residing in
this-town, "who may be disposed to avail
themselves of this establishment,1 Lvery kind
of grain and forage, necessary for horses,
shall be abundantly provided snd faithfully
glvtn, and all due attention paid te them, by
the hostlers. Tho Stables sre quite dry
shall be krpt clean, and each stall shall bt
furnished with Lltttr every tvenlnr
fit D HorsLS and Clmlrs to hire. ,
' Tor sate at the H Vmingioh Bookstore :
STOMACHIC ELIXER OF HEALTH j
. 'i 1 (Price me dollar and Jifij cents.) ,
Which has proved by thousands, who have
I experienced Its beneficial effects, to be the
i most valuable Medicine ever offered to the
Public, for speedily relieving and curing the
cramp, pains, and wind in. the stomach and
bowels, carrying oft superfluous bile,-remov- .
mg, habitual costiveness, sickness at the sio-
I roacn, severe neaa acne, kc. - 1 1 , r
For the dysentery or lax, cholera morbus,
severe gnpings, and other diseases ot the -bowels,
and the summer bowel complaint in
children, it has proved a certain remedy, and
restored to perfect health from the greatest
debility. ' .' ; , ' '
Persons Sfthcted with pulmenary conU
plaints, or disorder of the breast and lungs,
even in the roost advanced state, , will find "
" Common coughs and e'olds which are ge- .
neraily occasioned by obstructed perspira .
tion, wilt be found to yield to its benign in
Alienee in a few hours " . , .T
. In asthmatic or : consumptive" complaints,
horsenets, wheesing, shortness of breath,
and the hooping cough it Will give ImmedU
att relief . - ' - t
, BR, ROBERTSON'S ,
' 6olit and Rheumatic tJrojs
0 ' . f Price tvo Dollars. ; '
' .'A safe and 'etTec,tlial cuie forthe Gout,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, stone and gravel,
and body stiffness of the Heck, chilblains .
froten limbs, &c. ' ' , . - ' ,
' ' DR. ROBERTSON'S. .
. - 1 - Intallihla ' A -
Vbriri Destroying Lozenges. .
A medicine highly necessary, to be kept in --
all families Price 50 cents.
f . Twenty Doljars Reward. . :,
RAN.AWAT frora ht tabferiber ea the ijtb Sept.
laft. s Neito follow Bim-4 HARKT. about fia '
fed (ht isciiaa high, Saol bailt, corfe comploio.
Sad larc tacib ia tbt iore part of his month; plaafibte r
la ais coaveninoa i aa abova leware win m it u
wbemtr will atitivcr tha Iai4 fto to tha rabtenber .
ia WilmiBjtoB, or lodge kirn ia Come jail wberct
aaav bo got. ..:, ' ' ?
Uaobrr t JAMKS USHEK. '
' , Fifty Dollars Reward. . -
- Robbery! V
THE suhscriber'a shop was broke into
lastnightv and abct thirty Watches
it6Ie"lftere.nnii,,wiUi some other articles
which cannot be described. A descrip
tion c(f as many of the Watches as caii at - 1
present be 'recollected is annexed. , The v
subscriber is tonvince,d that this daring fe-
otif miiRt have been 'committed by - some .
person well acquainted with the situation '
of the shop. He will 1 give a reward of'
fifty dollars . for, the apprehension of the.'
th'u-f on conviction. , '
J. Colnwall, Lohdon, -No. I87t tloublo .'
case, silver, Feron A Paris, 1 79, French
horizontal. William Dawnham, London,
9y07,v single case, ; gold., John Jcfiray,
Glasgow, 11 K C. A gilt watch, ' set
round the hcZcI and back, the enamel ouv
of tho back. . One Geneva sHyer "watch, .
double case, no name nor number. - Hltbty
Lawder, London, 790, silver ' face, ddu
blc case. Proctor, Dublin, a lartre silver
old fashion. Chas Jones, London, 4674,
double case,silver. Jno. Bur-pull, London,
264, large silver, old fashion. A single
case silver watch, in the case the mark of
n crown, Rh." Clowes, London; 6210,
double Caao,, gilt. ' Rd." Norton, Ifndon,
S1358, silver,: double case, second hand.
Thos. Thompson, Londdn, 2848, double
case, silver. Vaucher, A Paris, 1 7742,
single case, gold. Thos. Henderson, Co
ventry, 305, -double .-case, gilt,' second '
hand in the centre. A French watch,silvtrr-;
in the case or tlie plate, arakn, Le Cheu
allar,2642, Edw.StetL W. Thavin, doa.
lie case, adver, old fashion. W. Ratlaw, '
Londwn, Srofi. A: gold -French Watch,, -the
top ot bezel that holds tlie glass u lost.
! A rrench watcn case,, tnd part of thd
i works, say face, 8tc. , A; small gilt case,
I with some small sets, no works "A dou
'blc case, gilt, wiihout works or bc?.cl. A '
small silver watch, old fashion, Lnglish
A small ttigUh watch ease, -old fashion.
i; ,",ua1 " ""lVH. .
string, small gold key and seal. Cruw-
tord, London, C82. A silver watch half
capped and jewelled, old fashion, witliout
th nvikers name or number-. " . 1
The above are all that are tecftHef fed at
prtsonu -- l - -1.WsIIIU.IAUa-ruytLxUk,
. , rLMiVCTOaV, . . . ; '
iitxs ao rusLiflrn bt
IUSELL V MAGRATir. .
; ' CONDITIONS .
I Tasst DoLtABf 0 jeat' faaNs i uL
anet or poua DolLabS if pel paid Wi.Ajs)
tkt frtt lit rnontht.
1. V luhnriMM to h ttctiotd Jut 0 Ult
flMefAeaSie MoHtbs. ' .
3. Aiifijfxr 9U bi ditremtinutd until errtor,
e;i ortiettUd, until the ortovntt fafmt itiuit