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fti?ubscri)Mr respectfully informs his old
(T V ' ic ,..,!' the Public treuerallv. that he
aprfnUUijw Salisbury in the above busi
iTrriwiio aifctiy onrnsiJa Wesr- biick
fj in jh :Iuhjs of D. Burns formerly
f addition to 'lAe'sb, he subscriber will
on ibe .'t'scr mit Business in all the
lifs ctmQ3tM i" uuoi ry towns : 6ucb as
"SnJ SiMi4l &c-- od; retiring Silver
'j, ta al'frc the public that if ptyictua!
,ft)jio. io lusrefs.s. and skillful work will en
him t ratrunageanJ toppurj,' he will iner-
iiu AARON WOOLWORTH.
PENDLETOX & BRUNEI!;
EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS.
' ' See that, the Government does riot acquire toojnueh poteer. Keep a duck
lnnn "ll Olf f?f Da n . .-'. (a' e'. BO f?an'l UUiimiif
NO. 31 VOLUME IX.
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a I HER RIPE FRUITS O DEATH !
rine fruiu. O Death !
StreWDol the-paihway of the tomb with flwers,
lnade r.ot Icbildboud wi;a tby wnberins
. breath :
Stinks Te ca'it full twenty years aside
.m afraia k bov. ! Every fcreath . ,
rjif -'bit trerriWes tbroDgh ih windnw bears'
I v ..-nil dou r t4l Prtictor s Mirancola.
;t 0QBieroo3 arid, extraordinary cures which
have Dei formed q pun hundreds of individ
um ihpv hav rpscued from alino&t inev
n ui'w "J 'T !.
Vtedeaih, after thy hate been proneanced
latorable-by trie tnosij enjinen or me racuuy
Jjr. uranure n, ine propneior 01 mis
many other days without winning fo a pbny.
kl Wish I were be r said Feler rolk, is at
the age of SS he 1f i his friend and; old
schoolmate, Richard Jones. 1 I
Ther had hoth rommenced business al
the same time, about three years pretiousiy
to idis exclamation, lie uaa a ipieranie
share of custom and this had enabled him
i r i iBiiaie vi tuituiu auu tins iiau chivivu iuui
oLeh notyouthV bright annny o furbish two rmiros in exceedingjomfort.
" ' '
? Thra are enough for thee
Of hearts that Ion? fur tbr serene repose,
l ii a L lain auiuiiir iu! luwn-iaiu "
Piprr.fcd dieo with fesierinir wounds thai I Will
uut close. -
Go to the desolate,
able style against the time he might find a
rib to make hts bones complete Bat! xicn
ard had. far outstripped hnn. Hehadjtakeo
a whole house, and furnished it splendidly
was always flush of money, and il.jany par
tf of pleasure was proposed. Richard would
form uue and spend hii cash fi ely, while
if Peter went, whtch was ?eryi rarely, he
Plk, dorlio? a period! of upwards of 35 jtars- Whom th on feas't robbed of erery star bright compelled to be exceedingly economi-
n.'nk.m Fi,;Li'nr Iwmo nn ltinrr trail- I Pp'pr rmilrl nnf malrri nut how It was
t l I . l,JBL 1MLiut iiiuin lha ntiiriiittna I D..L.J J..J I . tK.4Mn miiAlf f hil
dow, I will endeavor to reward you asyovi
deserve Excuse my not signing my name
for fear of accident.'
Peter was thumlerstrock. It was evi
dent that Ann loved Moggms-j-there could
be oo doubt of it. Peter sighed and felt
as if he coulJ do no Work, and as if he did
not care whether he ever worked again or
not. At an early hour he shut up his store
and wandered outin a restless spirit deler
mined to see the result of the interview.
He remembered that AnnV chamber
window was at the back of the house.
What lover, does not know the; resting place
of his mistress, anil, invoke blessingS-On her
head lhe faint illumination of its window
tells Imn she is retiring to sleep, as he be-
heves, under, the. especial guardianship of
handkerchief round his head, and securing
one of his hands with a ' rope, ' which" be
twisted about his. wrist and fingers. " After
dotft? this he held up his ai m, and exclaim
ed741I only use one hand ; the oi'ier is tied
up, and I can't move it., He tbentbli the
people that his head was at hard as iron,"
and to convince them tb.fit was so, he rat
tled it against the topmast until he actually
made the lower mast fhake. le then made
his last address previdas to the leap, 6y ac
quainting the people thai it wis erroneous
td uppose that a man's bieath was. taken
away by filling from a great height 4 or
while he was descending he would speak
something, which he hoped would not he
foicotten. . He then nulled off his shoes.
held them up above his head, and exclim-
her sister: angels. At the back of the ing, N6W, here goes, he made a flying
Take! these, take these to rest ;
But smite not scbildhood infits mirthful play
KM 1 0'lV ww p -
Snatch not the
Steal not the loved and lofing ones way !
r. Li, fruits' O Death !
Strew not the pathway of the tomb with flowers,
Invade not childhood withering bream : j i
Ponn.and iduch nut voutb's briobl fraraDt
i .-tahlp Ilnif etsal UMedicine. in warmlv and That eL m klii(mhr in the ctld breast.
Llntiuuslf recorameudinz it to the especial ! That finds f if nleasure but an empty uafce.
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kiee of the poDWC. r . , And lung to flee away and be .at rest.
0f tJfanlfein:-wiBnes maniiina io consiuer ,- i f
...Um in wLii-ii the blood ia keDt. everv nart I Wt ennta r unrv nf the world and sin.
.'. i J. UintJUimnli.il lailtr milk naar Alnmt I tri. z lJ...I.I t.l ilm n.lh ihsir SatrilMir
i, ta-tbe purity if that blood, so most the state I And reet the tomb that lets heaven's gloris fin.
tteretore .ne( musi uuec. (iuhuci ui mo uiwu.w
Wiesiiuti or co little importance to every mui-
i jual ' - "-'I'' p--y '-"-:'V'
That Crandretit'a Pills are the most direct po-
rSers of the bjuoq lhere will be oo dtubt when
is eonsideTed mat tney nave gainea ineir pre
r,i rerj extensive sale by their own , intrinsic
..ii nmiai) hv ihft ntimernu3 aures which thev
Te iccompJisheI in every variety or disease.
The peculFar action of these pills is most sar
y:jinr their ppeiraiibns beihg more or less pow
(af,"accordin ti the pureness of the circola
y On a person in a fair state of health,
ihtt U oaiv costivB or slightly billious, they will
Uscrcely fell il nJ the contrary, if the com-
nt be ckronrc, and tne consiuuuon rancu ae-n-Mt.
thfl etTictfeenerallv at first fa most pow-
eiful.ootii the system be freed from some of its
jjaTitiited andltcJgit humours. Thisaccom
pished. du3e)siiflcient to cjtose two brUbree
iKcuatioas daily j will oon remove the disease,
itti ln6 COfiSVl t UUQu j vv 1 1 1 oc icsvucu u a suic ui
Uilifii and renawtd viror. ?. '
fThe'thoSisaWdsjvvho use and jecommend these
is nrnul nnitivd of their exlratirilitiat v and
eyai1faVdKrrrn.eT In fact assist nature to
iaitl she can ; inf the Curing every lorm ana
siTmnsA Vif thin uhlv one disease to which the
tinta frameLBtioject, '. namely : , impurity of
it blood or in ot hW worys, and impure state of
L fluids.; , These nulls do . Indeed assist na
:ie " io ali stie cin do for the putificalion of the
:sD3nbody; jyet lite re are numbers, whose cases
hndws are au much dcbili-
:k. that atl thai coin reasonably be expected is
liiiuorarv relief, hlvertheless sooie who have
i . i - it :lt. d':ii. ...J.. ik. n.ci io
imstahceslofhodily affliction, when al-.
iki etf rv ntKnr Iremed v had been altoffelher
4 jailintr lih rn4iRen resioreJ to health and
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siness as be had, and most unquestionably
he was not ball so attentive. h H
ll ehanred that Peter had at one time a
house where wa situated Ann chamber
window, was a Ions csrden. at the bottom
of which was a ueat arbor, and iuho mtd-
dle a nh pond, which in the) moonlight.
'ooked like a sheet of silver. ! It is very
unxt i - , , . . . , n . ...... .. . -
larire order to execute : and requirino some beautitul lliougnt reter, but tt is notning
l .1 . 1. mno3'o.1 lit l I r n. I
tzasil IV KUIIIIICIC 1 pnn,ooo .....
ard who advanced him fifty doll. rf on bis
note. tie executed the order, cot paid, and
took up his bat to proceed to Richard to pay
4VVhata jackr fellow he is, cried Peter,
Mo be able thus to serve an old school fel
low. Olr 1 wish I were he !
Just as be uttered this exclamation a pub
Peter esconced himself in the arbor, and
about half an hour afterwards he saw cau.
tiously entering the garden his rival. He
was highly elated in anticipation ol nis
coming ha, py interview.
1 wish 1 were he,7 sighed Peter, as
Muggins passed him and advanced under
the window. 4 1 do wish i were be, be
leap from the end of the yard into' the wa
ier, calling out as be descended, "Good by,
don't forget me as 1 come ashore.' When
he fe!l into the river tbevspray rose above
him to the height of 12 or 14 feel and
in an instant his head and aims appear
ed above the surface of the water,' waving
the silk biodkerchtef which he hid fasten
ed about his head while on the vard. Loud
cheers greeted bim from all quarters, and he
swam asnore, tne people as he landed re
warding him with money, which he denosi
ted in his shoes, and in a box, catned by a
r a rf -
man on crutcnes, lor nis ceneni.
XTii;mn,hr'ah8tJ lie officer entered and rc-aaeated Peter to exciaimea, as tue inree taps were
arnmnan him In ihrt nnlice office. Stating I B,TC"
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Ftom the New JSra.
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It was a little word to say,
AVhen las! 1 bade farewell ;
The anguish of that parting hour
Twas left runtime to tell.
So oft I've sat and watched the sun
Descend its western home, j
Nor dreamj?djthai day twaa brighter far
Than all if left to come.
So flowers that sicken neath the gaze.)
And droop in learly death, x !
Arejondly nursedj and still! with hope)
That brigbteOpnng to oirtn,
But oh In
that he had a warrant forNiis apprehension.
Peter was thunderstruck. He had done no
one wrons that he was aware of. In; vain
he ask upon what charge-bo was arrested.
The officer was silent! and thus they ; pro-
ceeded together to the pohtre. Peter uirider-
derwent a private examination as to wnere
he got a JC20 note which was proved jto be
a counterfeit and traced to him, Peter sta-
ipH of Richard Jones, his friend He was
ilien mnrfi vicrnrnnsl iPXalliined aS tO blS
muwu 1 -
connection with that individual, and he stat.
ed all he knew, how he had helped him,
say farewell to those
f health and love,-
us bn this sterile earth,
must meet above.
Deaih kniwsino change, the.love, the prpze
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The brighter ana "ine oe3i
Alike to Ull beneath bis hand,
And sink to early rest.
and how he added. 1 oftuu wished
he! . !
I Youo2 man ' said the maaistrate, j I be-
lieve tou. You sball now se the man tvhote
situation tou so much env.'' H
Peter was now conducted along! jgatie
ries and winding staircases to an isolated
Instantly the window was raised, and a
voice exclaimed Is that you.'
Yes, it is 1, Muggins was the reply.
Peter felt as if heaven and earth were
annihilated and chaos was come again.
Wheu lo ! from the window came no lady;
but a sack of flour ; with which the high
ly scented Mr. Muggins and his very best
suit of dress black were literally covered.
Before he could get the minute particles
from his eyes, three stout fellows issued
from the house, seized him and hurrying
him along, plunged bim head and ears
into the fish pond.
There, coxcomb? that is what you de
serve,' cried a voice which Peter recoguiz-
ed to be Ann's brother's. !
Mufcrins did not wait lo hold conversa
tion, but scrambled out, like a dog wi h
his tail between his legs and sneaked off in
nes andwinding staircase, to double quick time, Peter was! astonished,
building which contained, a lung j ro v ol He thouhl he must
the) blast rends in its might
The sapliOg'jf tender life ; ;
The lowliest yiolet in ihe val
).?ine5sby tlieirluse. Dr. Brandreth has to
rn thanks ito H generous and eniigntenea
ilic fur the patronage they have nestoweu on
E. and nA luniks OV nreuariiiir tun uicuiuuc,
;D8 lias ever; uuae, to meru & couuuuauuu
l)r. 0 rano ret h office is now kept at the sub
lr's Boot! and; Shoe store, C tloors below the
!lrket Main retiJlichaiond; Va. where the
!icaii'b.e obiaincfj at 25 ceotlss per box.
KJAeuis:in'lhe country supplied as usoal,
f DANFOUTH butrick.
ajents are appointed in every county in the
l. j i . .. i ' i in .r . r j.-.Li. 11:11-
jie, tor ine saiefeiur. uranarciu b mis-
Alt fnii h.hpath the strife.
' They might have spared thy gentle form
Nnr dimmed tbv bright blue ey. '
He miht have heard full many a prayer
And checked jfull many a sigh ;
'Tie irriff i!a know that ne'er aoaio
Tby form 4hall meet mine eye.
The brightest! sunbeam is the hope
in the tskv.
' JAMES REESi
To meet thee,
, The fo lowing short tale contains a
moral which a I. both old and young, would
An pII m hpAr in mind.' There are ! too
ma nywhor being dissatisfied with their Own
Each agent has an engraved .ceruficate sphere of life i are dtspos tp. sa-wiin e-
Jgeocy; signed 10. Brandreth, M- U. : T ter poke, wheh they , see Ibe riCD,' tDfi iap.
;AnKIa anrl tliA oaf. annarenlv emotlDS a
luuawiwf r ' ' I J , :
I I - f f s .
tiflhare of fortunes SfmleSJi"!
&M WWW ;
Too fultowin pfrsjss are aents for the above
peine. ; j 1 . -; .
ieion &t Brunliiv Salisbury j N.
irurare. Gaithel Uo. Lexington, N, C.
Ml H. Sicelolti Midway,' Davidson co. N. C.
; ;C. Smiili-Sa'erniStokes co, TCC.
:'S' Gihrtn JiGirmanton. Stokes CO. N. C.
rK. AtrastrungjiliOckford, Surry co. N. C
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i'j 1 1 U I rfujif $lie, ouirj vv.
wish I weiehep"
i But after they have 8inrl.
ed awhile in the, sunshine of prosperity; a
"change comes over the spirit of their drcan,"
and tney siqk io penury mu waui. u3imvi
nf rrnimntr. let ds Dursue the "even tenor
i n it':iLi......t w;i!: n n Lr nnr war" and be contented with
fB'i ..... I'f .ii- L i a . - - I V -
Fgli tiaiperi!Hi,rpers5tore,Burkeco" "
. i n - - J m- i . - s. mm a
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Satire & Walton. Rutberfordton. Rutherford
'lhenck Gardner's Ford, Rulherlord coN
iCiruiina. : -f -!i I ;:.'r i ? - l"i !.''' ' '
j Hoke -,Co. Lincpiotoo, Lincoln, co. IN.
Hion 4 iiugiins, Statesville, Iredell co. N.
iPi. i! -j r? i .i 1 I.' -: II
own situation: and as much of happiness jas
falls to the lot pt man win oe ours. v
tentment is the talisman that gives to life
all its cirarms.
I WISH 1 WERE HE I
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bM.r. mn Aei in the. TMa of Peter Polk
I wish 1 were heP said Peter Polk, s
:2 Bailev, Mocksvjlle, Davie co., N. C. he saw I be son
r'nossey, Davidson couoty, Xi. U.
cells. Two doors securing one" ot j these
wr iinlnftort anil Ptlff confronted US
tenant Richard Jones. He was one of a
aanff of fiirers, and confessed lo lending
the identical bill to Peter which wa trac
ed him. Peter, a he left the dreary abode
of crime, thanked God heartily that hejwas
nit Pfoharit Jnnf4. and returned to ills
saw w v - v - s i
humble tenement wilii most heartfelt grat-
itude for all the blessings he possesse d
i : ' . . - a'
I wished I were be.!' exclaimed jtleter
two yrars after the last event It seemed
somehow or other that Pliers experience
had gone for nought, and be could not get
rid of his wishing. Yet he- had perhaps
mnrn ncclin In it.duIiTe 10 llliS WISH
iu wa v w-w'"4 - u -
Kan ot om iiihpi i.irtnfr neriou. The o
casion was this : H
Peter bad lonz been enamored of a very
nrettv and what was still better, of aj ery
good girl, but some how or other he j did
n.Hnake much advance. He was always
kindly received and warmly el coined.
and the'voung lady biother, as wen as
her father and mother, were decidedly par
tial to him. Whether it ws his modesty
or Uht he had never p.ken of love, except
with his eves, and that delicious awswuru-
ness so amusing to a disinterested specta-
tor that always embarras&es a modest iov-
er. it was inougnt, too uai Aim
turned his glance in kind, but he wasitoo
modest to perceive it, and as ma:denly mou-
ety could do no more, affairs were liKeiy
to remain in this way. till both parties uieu.
tilllhe lady got tired of waiting, when an
incident occurred that caused the txciain-
tio:i we have wiitteudown. ll I -
An excursion up the river were propos
ed, in which music and dancing were to
be the feature. Ann. and her brother and
several youug men who visited the house
were of the party, and Peter had anticipa
ted much pleasure in' going, tut a job lor
t t r
It was inexplicable. He thought he must
be dreaming. He was not the, only aston
ished person. The ridiculous ngureot the
retreating Mueems excited the: risible ta
culties of Aun's brother to such a" degree
that fie could not stand but holding both
his .sides, reeled into the arbor; and deposi
ted himself iu reter a lap.
A mutual explanaticcV
dins had stolen the flomfcK
dropped and supposeoWrliA
brother had heard the VmTue)
o! the gilt anu nau GecxZslrVl
vvno ti Ha wrote tne note Corurtt-
ment in a hand as much as ppssinrttika
Am The result has been to d. Bu
the brother did not slop there, -phe sound
ed Peter as lo his aflVction for his sister,
and heard, as he supposed, that it was un
bounded. They entered the house togeth
er, and with sweet confusion when the bro
ther remembered he had forgot! someihirg,
and Ann and Peter were left alone together,
Peter stammered in Auus loving ears his
leng passion. j j
Peter became a happy husband, anu nev
er since these three sufficient warnings has
he been known to wish himself any other
person than his own proper ef.
belt Made Men Yoo mav take the popu
lation of any State in this. Union, and select
from it the fiflv men who are most disi in.
guisbed for talents, or any di6cription of public
tt m . . m
usetuiness and l win answer lor it, they are
all, every one of them, rnen who began the
world without a dollar. Look iuto the public
MOVED IllS SHOP TO TIL:
KNOWN AS THE
, -t n l POSKOFFJCE, '
Contiaaes io keep oo hand a good asscrlr.- -
U aldiei and Uuhus, , ,
Stiver Spoons and Pencil,
' Mmical Boxes and Silver Tlitr.dlts,
Breast Piii and' Kings, ;
Rodstcrs Pocket and Pen Knhcs,
And all other articles in his line.
Repaired in the best manner, and warranter,
twelve moutbs. Old Gold and Silver taUr
exchange for articles purchased, or in pajL
fordebts'deei : - - -! 'jj 7
,? tf ? Ua DAVID L.PUUL.
Salisbury Juoa 7. IS39lf45
ForitJu-t next Session of Congress.
f fl HIE approaching session of Cotigresa r;
I, diuihilAbs. be one of cr real interest, h v
close op some, at least, cf ihe affairs of Mr
Boren a adiniQistrauon, and usher in (Le t
auspicious dawn of a new and better crJt r
thinffs. " llhe scenes lo Congress will prl-l
be exciting. ,Ou cne side we vrult see the sut -
gles of an expiring faction," and on the ctl - :
"riumpharit party, armed with the confidence
the people, im posing jodicious restraints opvn i!
convulsive: throes of iheii opponents, and sbi C "
ipg tpeir country as far as possible from tl.e Jr
ge"s lif malignant and reckless violence, and r
itaiwininir' tit f viirt tin embarrassments w I
defeated men, stong- with disappointment, s-:
t . . . ' . ml . M C . Ik . . . n n9 m A fry lit. '. ' :
seea to iniow in lusmj ui iu won uuiinwu..
lion. On ihethirdof March. next, 12 oVUc! .
P. M.f Mr. Van Buieu's dull star will vanii! .,
and immediately in its place shall we behold t!
rising sun of HABaisow.i .
Or. the 4th cf Much, General Harrison, r
President f the United States, will attend i
the Chamber of iheHoosa- of jRepresentaiir
to take his oath of oflSce, according to the dir. ;
t(on of the Constitution. 1 Oa ,his entiancc, i
on the entrance of W ashington .S and Jt'ff.ri . ,
and Madison.the audience will nut be abie t
stifle tbetr disposition loapplaod. Having talc
his seat on the elevated cuair oi me opeaner t .
ik MnnM nf Rpnrfseniatlve8. Ihe Vice l'rr
a collar, iook iuto ;oe puono I . v ...
councils, and who. re they that take the lead
n who made their for- "'X.M ""ri.r. ; uL.S.i:: .
ihere ? Thev are men
tunes self-made men, who began with noth
in?. Ihe rule m universal. It pervades our
courts, State and tederal, from th highest io
ihe lowest. ll is true ot all tne protections
It is so now as it has been so at all limes stnea
I have hnowa the public men ot the State or
ill be so while our present lostitu-.
lions continue. You must throwa man opoa
his own resources to bring bim out. The
sro?te which is to resolt in eminence, is too
rwl (.tt nf the Honse f Represematives
his left, aed the Chief 4 est ice oi tne utnu
States and associate Judges at tne ieu.
iahU. h will DToceed to deliver his inau2i:n
speech. aOer which he wjll receive the oath t
office from Mr. Taney ; LJtnet justice.- u
will then retire, and such hozzas will go up irt
the multitude around the Captoll as have r.cv:
been beard. ' ' t uk- . -
Such will be among the interesting mcidi
sro2a.e whtch is lo resoit in eminence, is too - - , b( Wci,i ,
arduous, and must be continued too long to be 0
ncoum,red & oaa.nt.ined voluntarily or uuless iot xhe debates, and :
as a oiatier of life and death He who has a n" " ... nt thm nm--.din-3 i
fortune to fall back upon, will slacken from his
efforts, and finally retire from the competition
With me it is a question whether it is desirable
thai a oarent should as able to leave his son
any properly at all. Falconer,
SALT FOR ANIMALS.
The importance of furnishing salt to do
mestic animals, does not appear to be suffi-
summary of the results of the proceedings
Congress, together with tne general ana
cat news of the day. It will contain iheoic:-i
retarnsof the vote in the Electoral uottegea u.
President, which will be opened in the prescr.:
of Conaressand the Inaugural address ct
President. This will include tne ume curar
hamlcd hftwfin theonenin? of Congress in U
cember, aod its adjournment on the 4th of Mart : .
Subscription Price for 'this 'period Fiftt Cem .
Terms cash, in advance j Bank notes of every
tals through the season, partment to forward aubsciipnons unoer tru,
l . i i ui...:, Letters nust come to ns free or posiage pau..
lhatanimals should have it t-e nosi couac j'no ALLEN.
ir command.-They will tyingm. Oct. 31, 1840. 7
V- ' V - i- "'
" It hs been usnal of late years to perform i!
Iceremonies f InauguraHi u itie poruco in ir,
nnntlv understood. Though all are aware I fiI..;Tv,;nn rrtvAd at their tvecievalue.
v J a . g'-" " ' . m ,
. t ii,. ..r.ili. .nK h.rh unimala eat il I ill ei u aoenls. and be alloHCiJ
when given them there are many who scarce- commissioo thev are also authorized by the j
. . . . " . . I ..... -r.l ot.hjif miinna under trut .
Iv sail their amma s Ihrouiih the season, i paiiorem. .u ..r.r .
Now it is evident th
at all times at the
never eat more than is good for them, and it
isAi4o their health and comfort.. The
...V .4 in Sa.n for 1500 aheen.
is twenty five quintals-probahly twice. Ihe 0f;ihe Capitol, where ibe arta is better fitttd t
,;,,nni i , Bamn number usually net in til IS I accommooaie irjt ..v. r.
country ; and this quanlity is consumed by PrctieewiU probably be continued.
them in about five months, they gettiog lit- . foJ ! BroiVH & Co -
tie in the winter or wnue journeying to huu . . . pt., a,t Qhrrt Tr-
from their mountain pasture. Lord Somer- Copper South, Tin Plata and Sheet Ir.
.Ma ftnoirt ir-rnrTi.f nail to a ihousand u Workers,
V1IW II'W - 1
sheep, and found they consumed Iho most J ESPECTFULLY inform the Public, t!
... . i. : .. . ., j ru ,nf . ihaa aonna B D. ih. Inf. commenced the above busir'
,K.KI. mnsi useful to them as secu- in altits various branches.; and will manut-cn
I WW UW l - -
a-, t i i r . .
ritv asamsl disease, ui us vatue tor ani
mals in a medical point of vie, the follow
ing fact, stated by the celebrated Curwent
must be deemed decisive:
i Ruffirn I fnmmpnrcil oivinrr tcv cattle
every article in ibeir line at the shortest
and on the nun! favorable tei nis. Thej
invite the attention of dealers and others to c.
and examine ibeir aUick,' which consist in put
Sulls. Still Worms & Keitlei., I'lain U jaj
Tin Ware, Stoves and Pip r actor y
1 C - . f lit-a . a ft . t- a k 4 f
ne saw me son oi,a niu u-ig"--i jH,,?srr r.--.-,
gailf bt, while Peter was trudging on ! fool, an excellent customer, that to oe exe,
KB.,,-T - " Ts i. " , i I L ..i.i :mm,i;,.J. r,rvpi.ipi! Ins attend-
u.i.f ,i i ina nn nn was iu icirs w s '
Kvw w j, 1 i i - . . S t .. " ...I.rt K.l aniniHl the tTID.
- I. ! j l - . H
Mi "B (fl I T tfr f i A S illm.. nd oblillng dispojilioD.--Bul Pttr of the P-n ko 5J e"J)",d.
V VF--0 !il 3 . lik own .1,9 superior ct4- U. .p.We io lm. nf . .acy of
it -9m . i - i - j t i . .. - i tt 'i a - a -.ii-. M i k iik ti
forts of those around lum,
8AV1XG removid his Ofilce to tbo so-
dbor of MrS rfnwan's Brick row- for
r!r iTL n- A SmhM nparl
I:- 4 liinii is in mmm. A. Mi - W i - - v
M. Brown's Storey politely tenders
. : m i i... a-U i..r,i h.t fiiii In had danced
without ioniC-1 y ui aou .j
u f- a - . as a .a-f-tn ai i n a
'Pfessiooallselttces to the public.
'Iff'- ; . '- -
P A TT.ritTtVT.
ifjR Subscriber' respectloiiy informs his
.'"ends and t public, that he is now carry
. ll,e Taililirig Business In Lex!n'ton:
T!iP aiiiir a sili
torts ri loose arouuu mui, wuuuui uhiv- - - . . j . i..
imVs.Sh.og Ihli b., owb fo,.un VaSlja wiih be,. .nS how .he ' ?
K..KU I t - ? -hi flower, which he produced and kisseo, at
bU!l , tuil to..., ti.M It said he would keep forever for her sake.
iuuu-hh c.n, un .v..6...... : , ,.., r,.. With A
would be for . ...e.d of Uadg-ng. rver - " 70 he iaf-!Mnie
miles on tool tq Bcaooi, to riae pieasauuy !' - - . .
-MJ i 1 1 fp t that it was true: but he hoped that
uv on sucn a nice pony, i aaouiu uut -o i --t . . - . . ,u..i k
tired when 1 sol there, and coo Id earn a w J,iJLL a
;.. de.. -Jl w..Uch , bough,, u
.-r- lio.H fi'lpd as he trudoed a on?. Rouu .i.a-M...6- - - M f s
i J U .Kn..M ikv.i Hpjir litiln nnnri tnrl lauched. . " h HU
!.n. if (nnti... i.- 1 a omttH rirfp it and a thousand other ! w,s
I. . . m- M . .wm.iu wvaio. f liUlff . ww TT". H.i - I . . . '
;'J be nnr.nM...l t. it r..,kt; f - A I . ,. i :l J..L l-J.:. ..-.lil ha trvt nnia er4 left the fftOOp.
be induced in .-j iiM..ik tlWaiiafid with bis lot. i . me nextuay ui-
I wish I were he P sighed Peter, as he
I:!' -I aw mm w aai- wv
J ne haeijnyeu tne auva
Ilti aimiicu. aj.i oui-ci iviii
' " """J so in America, ne empiojs
vantages aW .rM, t
iwrinril- in ki. MUI MV" j
f:.(;,H.'i.i in.u,;Mtt; cd Peter.- At inp
anu aiuci j cats I .is .
. ' . I J in; IhA
mvi hciyf ihuen.zd would nave the young genuemin quilo dead, l ne j)r
rr i "uii remitmluir.l lhl ho (.irrinri
saiisuea wnu uis - . t - -w , I'T- Utipr jfit
wish I were hePcxda tPeter store, and p ""d a leW
same moment ttxrn.rig a ten in a l.int woman an Jrr J
K road tie discovered psked bim triompbatly wbetler lie wouia
ni&ifTtoX beheve hi. .hen. The letter read thui,
e warrants eve- nv bad ran away!
Ii a mw r.IT m m 4 in
li HrespectfuUbow. he leaves his suli nd Droducy
ikTJ!"i !e l)Qb,,c? and feels .flattered lhi,.aI,nf,rJi ie.pctcr seriously thought
- -"oinav ne mat be frequently called . e V it . " j j
r nn o iWtnifffw that he was better off 89 be waa, and trudg-
iMDTfAa, u.:i a j 7 I : . ly ..L molb tnr that find
niuu a. IS4U. .i4b ' ins tne rcmainuer 01 --; -
- . . I Li-
nh him. Il had ibrOwn Dear Mr. Muggins I nave nei ..
line bo had fractured bis remarks you made about my flower, and of
ij . i Jn.l, Qi,riiv I wAitn ATniPitinni in regard to myseiiM l
n liistaui urtiiw. uunvi vuui . . !. -
'!..., hp !av tune, out ll i eui -. ...w ...re.----- ; -
canrjore,uui. - . : -. . , A,nPriran line of bxtlle Ship?. At wai .
on i ii n at it' r an vuun lu - . . f .
llt.ll, -... I - I
0771 a late London Paper.
S M SCOTT, the A M E R ! C A N DIVER.
This extraordinaiv man, on .Monday af
ternoon, gave a flvjng leap fro p the top
gallant yard of thecoaT brig VVakefield, of
Blythe, lying oft Botnerhitne, in tne pie
ence of an immense concourse of specta
tors, who lined the shores oo both sides of
the Thames. He astonished th'e spectators
for upwards of an hour on thej topgallant
vard by his featew although it was blowing
a gale at the time. On mounting aloft, he
fixed himself on the top-galUntmast head,
and with his feet kicking ic thejair, and his
head on thCLtop ol tue uiast, remaiucu iu
that position for some time. He then de
acended to the yard, which Was braced
taut, anil, although the ship wai any thing
but steady, ran from one end of the yard
to ihe other without holding on by any rope
ll hranffuinrr the oeoole. He
UVWO0IVIIU J m C t I :
m-de a slip noose, wh.ch he placed round
his neck, and threw himself offjthe yard
He remained suspended for a few seconds,
trith ih rone nnder his chin. ' and raised
himself with great dexterity on to the yard,
when he exclaimed, -come. t morrow, and
you will see me hang myself again. He
theii hurig to the yard by one foot, with lus
lead downwards,and exhibited roany other
aniics. All this was done with, the great-eatappareiilndirTeicnc-,and
irjdeed he ap
peared the only utieoncerned person pres
ent. He stated loat he had j groped t.fl a
place below the fafls of Niagara, a height of
r..iYrnm the water, and aoiongat !
..thr einloiia he had leaped from a clift al
Porflsaac. in Cornwall, 347 feet hi2h, into
ii,- from Bangor -bridge. ;!e- highest
in Great Britain, 210 feet hgh,and repeat-
ance of orders hr worK,iu receive. nue. -i.-.
of public patronage. !
N. B. Cash paid for old Copper,
nei annum for more than two hundred and
. . i ... . .
i fifty dollars.) and since I have used salt. I
have never naid in anv onevear over nve
Where ciltle L-ve access to sheds. Houghs
with a conslantflopply of salt in Ihcro, should
be kenl for their ijse. Where they must, be
salted in the fields, trouths should be placed,
arnj s-U supplied frequently. There will,
;n cvhAiP trminha. slwavs be more or less
wailed from rain, but thai should not pre-
vent a suoolr. It has been found an ex
ctllent practice where sheep alone come to
the troughs, to put a little tar on the bjlt.au
and suriuk'le the salt upon it. In this way a
small itoriion of the tar is laken wiih the
sslt, and is not only found conducive to
health, hut rubbed io ibis way over the nose
serves io prevent the allai k of the Etrus
ovi, or hbeep &i--lb. Lul.
Pewit-r and Lead."
Feb 6. lStl Cm-S
rtJlUE USB UU Y M.WUFJ CTUll
B LQ GOMPM'Yi havirg cwmi e r r
0Hriinn, are now prepared iu furnish Dtan :
uiih Cuitoo Yai6,t a superior qaaiuj,o;i i
vtiable lerm?. , ll.r. .
J. RHODES BROWrE, Aer-t.
DecemSer, 12. 1640-1(20 r 1
LAND FOB. Sill
nnHE Sobertber titers far sa!e his v?u:l!
EL plantation whereoo he now Jives, lyi:
six and a hall miles East of Salisbury, and r .,.
Fads for Fanners to remember Giass
buckwheat, hemp, and bulbous root-, art
the onU crops that may te continued even
twn ears in succession, on the same land,
without injuring the soil. 1 he nourssii
ment nqittcti forjiome plants does not im
poverish tiw earthfbr the producti.iu of
other. Manure t-hould be applied, for the
..i...,f ( an rinn. s'ltii.'icnl lo leave
U UUUVI1U" ' . "J
- . ' i : : . . . . t mg . s f
the land in asgooa cohoiiiui. .-.., . . .
Thcesl soil may be rendered barren hy j ftftillt tUii tpri,tMi.
bad tillage ; and Ihe barren may ueevi-nu-ed
by good culture. Manure and good ml-
. " ..r more lhan ri3ir2 their
1UI . oi v ---. AC I
rrquisite toil and expense A good l.rmei j
has a regular plan of succession for crops,,
un a!l p-rts f his farm Uat re fit for the .
i t f. . r,.mr .l.iiiifft rsrtftillv fill.
IjIOUTII. Mill -
the main road leadiiff lo.hioke1 i'erty, r
taiuing 226 ACKES which i
au xcellmt Dweliiog House, Kitchen aad t'
et nut houses :. also a good new Barn, an cxr
lent meadow, aod about CPvacrcs in cultivati
vl.idi is w.catly fre groond. It is-aha i
auaterpd. snd as for healthhere is none exc ;
.t - rniind"Tr' 'his sectfon of country. Any person m
it was muno. i , , , . ,i , . ,
ia eu wen iv vim- i
b made easy.
Tl man co. Jan
! J. S. MYEKii.
. 1841 9 23
Alexander Walker on Fttnale Ik
turtle hy i ....
TURNER 4 HUG11I
edlv from the t.(igailant nmfNi'l
- . . i ' . t .!
f Enghalildy the natuie .'f the fo.I ho till.-. Carting'j
on a iid son. anu ?n;u w
yoo will come this eveni
. i .-... f. o ip. PiitLiirii). !!
'band, lbr lime, under n.y chamber Ayin- be p.era,eu tor nu in-. ..- - x
' - I H 1 ' ' r -
gt call improve
f g 11 1 E ..uicr-coa ylic Jicaf-inuoiac, fwr 1 -
I by J. V. C. smitti, M. D., j
TURNER & lit u-