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From the Albany Everting Journal.
ax.r i- OEAHAX.
Yea; persevere ! There's work to do !
Why stand ye idle all Tie day I"
Be moving do not linger he're,
AJoiterer on LnVs Highway,
Nature's busy morn and e ve
x Noon or night sky dark or clear
Ever teaching you this lesson.
' Tush onward upwardhigher atlll !
j And let your aim be lo ascend
If". 'The JadJrr renohins up to fame,
j - Nor tremble f-houl-J it sometimes bend.
1 Be your purpose pure and holy
Good to in:in your object here ;
And you '11 reach the ht-iyht before you
! I Pent-ve re !
No matter what your cnll.nT it
There's something" alwuyn to be gone ;
JDeterrniiie that you will complete
The tedium task you h.ive begun.
Lisjen to tli voice of wisdom
Speaking l'r;:n p.sst o'.'rs, clear;
Work and lie, or p!uy find perish
Be kind to utl your fellow men ;
In raising him who Jowly lies,
You raise yourbt-lf lu honest Time,
And win a n.ime that never dies.
Labor whh your might, while able ;
Soon deep furrow h will appear
On thai fuce'RO fair and cheerful
Old Time, with finger ever true,
Points to your journey's end the. grave
Ami warns you zealously to strive
Your own and others' sou's to save.
Stand not idle, then, my brother ;
Do nut longer trifle here ; 1
F.very moment, now, is precious
Lavplsicr ami oibers, who proved tbatone
hundred pounds of it contained forty-fire
pounds six ounces of salt; that is, six
pouijds four ounces of common marine
snltjand thirty-eight pounds two ounces
of niarine salt with an earthy base.
Mailt? Brun ascertaint-d the specific grav
ity to be 1511. that of fresh wrter being
1,000. "It is (says he) perfectly transpa
rent! Reagents demonstrate in it the pre
hence of marine and sulphuric acid ; it
does! not change colors, such as the turn
sol anil violet. It holds in solution the
lolIoWinff substances, and in the under
iMuriate of lime 3 920
Sulphate of lime, 054
in her mind like thai of the Orientals. She
beholds everything which has happened
as the" will of Gtd, and complains not. It
is believed that she even regards it as.an
expiation, and accepts it in n chastened
spirit accordingly. I will not tell you
the general impression which prevails on
the royal household wili regard to-the
King, but it is such as to make one re
gret that he met not' his death on the
threshold of the Tuileiies, so that his
body might not thus have, outlived his
The following rs n ortion of some stanzas written
for tlie Hartford Times in 1845. Truly, the prophetic
ye Of the bard couid see some way beyond a mile-stone.
, . Beyond the seas Columbia's light,
Like a bright star is beaming,
And merry Knylari l's slitmttering night,
. Is waking from its dreaming ;
And linn's harp no moie shall moan,
Ucjteal in now so handy ;
And Scotia's baupipe yel shall drone
" Yankee Doodle Dandy."
( ( And sunny Frnnre, in her green bowers,
The home of love and glory :
.;' ' Her sword all girlanded with flowers,
That bloom in deathleHs story ;
Her 'purple hills of clustering vine,
Ami champagnes swept and sandy
And rosfiTnd lilly slwll combine
; ' ' With " Yankee Doodle Dandy."
: And (Jertnnny, i lie land of lore, 1
H r h.ii'jt!?rrctl tires arc burning,
' . And ri'liiT''gifls she Urn in store
. Than all her matchless learning :
," Some Korner's lyre and battle sword,
j Some I. ulher'i voice of . thunder,
I '.. Shall touch her heart's inoft thrilling chord,
. ! And ."nap her chains asunder.
. Till: DEAD -SEA EXPEDITION.
.') From the Noifolk Herald.
j Tho .expedition under Lieutenant W. F.
Lynch, of the United States navy, author-
ized hy Government to explore the Drad
Sen, had reached its destination on the
l23(Lt'f-Api il, and was nlloat on that sm,
v illi IiohIs lauiH hi (I, the weather mild,
und nil. the party sale and well.
Chateaubriand, in his admirahle narra
tive of his travels in Greece, Palestine, &c. !
givrSMis an interesting iIjouIj provoking- i
lly tiiel' account of this ;reat emioity. i
HiViit to if was about forty years ao,
When a strong guaid was necssary to
'protect himjroin the Arals who infested
' its' borders. -' He says: -Miouhl theTmks
v.wr aain give'permissiou. and should it
he. louud pr iclicable to cotivey a vessel
Irtitri J.t!ia or oppa to the Dead Sea,
Fortvc. cm ious discoveries would certainly
he ittaiV m this take."
V Lieut. Lynch, we believe, is the first to
i '.vhjit.it under the authority of a -foreign
Government ; titul, being provided with
all things necessary for a thorough inves
tigation, we reasonably expect that he
will lealie M. Chateaubt iand's promise
curious iltseovot ies to lu utmost de
er, ol ptsitility. and inscribe his name
Miv head of the long list of philosophers
npd torn i!s, ancient anl modern, who
liti've. vii::i'!i uj)on the subject.
. Ye stibioin li levy extracts from the
narrative of M. Chateaubriand, by way ol
AyheSting the public curiosity lor the re
pot t w hiclt is expected from Lieut. Lynch
on his return to the United States, lu his
rrfrproHch to the lake he avs :
We marched "two hours with pistols
iit our h.inds, as in an enemy's country.
' We followed the fissures lornied between
the sJijnd hills, in mud tilrked ty the rays
of fheisim. A crust 0f salt covered the
surface, and resembled a snowy plain,
from Avhich a few stunted shrubs icared
. iheir he.uU. We arrived all at once at
the bike ; 1 say all at once, because 1
thought ne were yet a considerable, dis
tance7 'from it. No murmur, no cooling
breeze announced the approach to itmai-
t 24.580 in 100.
" This celebrated lake, (says M. Cha-
teauhnand.) which occupies the site of
Sodo'rrj ami Gomorrah, is called in Scrip
ture trje Dead or Salt Sa ; by the. Latins
nd Gj-eeks, Asphaltifes ; ATmotanah and
Bahfir'Loths by the Arabs; and Ula De
guisiby the Turks. I cannot coincide, in
opinibn with those who suppose the Dead
Sea io be the crater of a volcano. I have
seen Vesusius. Solfatara, Monte Nuovo, in
the iKkcof Fuino,thepeakof the Azores,
the Mamelif opposilc to Ctrthage, the ex
tinguished volcanoes of ,ruvergne, ami
remarked in all ofthem the same charac
ters ; (hat is to say, mountains excavated
n the. Slbrm of a funnel, lava, and ashes,
which T exhibited incontestable proofs of
the agency of lire. The Dead Sea, on
the contrary, is a lake of great length,
curved like, a bow, placed between two
ranges of mountains, which have no mu
tual coherence in form, no homogeneous
ness pf soil. They do not meet at the two
extremities of the. lake, but continue, the
one toi bound the valley of Jordan and to
tun nqrthward as far as the Lake of Ti
berias;; the other to stretch away to the
south till lost in the sands of Yemen.
Bitumen, warm springs, and phosphoric
stones! are found, it is true, in the moun
tains of Arabia ; but I met with none of
these! in the opposite chain. But then.
the presence ol hot springs, sulphur, and
asphajtos is not, sufficient to attest the an
terior existence of a volcano. With re
spect to the engulphed "cities. I adhere to
the acconnt given in Scripture without
summoning physics to my aid. Besides,
if wei adopt the idea of Professor Michae
lis and the learned Bitsching. in his Me
moir jbjn the Dead Sea, physics may be
admitted in the catastrophe, of the guilty
cit ies! wit bout ofTe'nce to religion. Sodom
was liiiilt upon a mine ol bitumen, as we
knoVfilrom the testimony ot Moses and
Joseph us,, who speak concerning wells of
bitumen in the valley of Siddim. Light
ning kindled the combustible mass and
the cities sunk in the subterraneous con
flagration. M. Malie Brun ingeniously
suggests that Sodom jtnd Gomorrah them-
selv?ijmight have been built of bitumin
ous sbnes, and thus have been set in
flames by the fire of Heaven."
"Several travellers, and among others
Troilo and d'Arvieux, stsserMhat they re-
marked fragments of walls and palaces in
the Djead Sea. This statement seems to
be. confirmed by Maundrell and Father
Nau. The ancients speak more positive
ly on jliis subject : Josephus, who employs
a poetic expression, says that he perceiv
ed online banks of the lake the shades of
j the overwhelmed cities. Strabo gives a
j circurhference of sixty-stadia to the ruins
I of Sodom, which are mentioned also by
i Tacitbs. 1 know not vhether thev still
. exist ; but, as the lake rises and falls at
i certain seasons, it is possible that it may
j alternately cover and expose the skele
tons 4f reprobate cities.
A MECHANICAL CURIOSITY.
We visited, a few days since, the es
tablishment of MeSsS. Crosse! & Childs.
on the Dock, one door below the Dock
Hotel, lor the purpose of witnessing th
operationof their Stave Cutting Machine,
of which we had previously heard much.
It is but justice to say, that thoughve
have no turn for mechanical art, yet we
wre surprised and pleased with the per
formance. The machine works by steam.
The timber is first put into a vapor bath,
and carried through H;thorough course of
steaming, until it is entirely saturated.
This has the effect of neutralizing the a
cids which exist in the green wood. The
engine is high-pressure, and the bath is
formed by the discharge '-from the esca. e
pipe, which is received into a wooden
trunk outside of the building in which the
billets are placed. The timber, having
been thoroughly steamed, is taken up. and
placed upon a sort of platform, which
moves perpendicularly up and down, with
the motion of the engine. At the extreme
end of it, and above, is fastened a very
sharp blade, the edge being perpedictdar
to the platform. When the platform moves
up, the billet, being held by the hand, is
brought into; contact with the blade, and
the force is so great that the staves are
shorn off with as much ease as a piece of
paper is cut with a pair of scissors. A
board placed behind the knife prevents
the billet from protruding too far. and re
gulates the exact thickness of the stave.
The sharpness of the knife and the pow
erful impulse given tothe platform by the
operation of steam, prevent the staves
from tearing, and theyjall come out vyiih
a smoothness and uniformity which are
quite surprising. The; ap of the green
timber having been lakeb out by the pro
cess of steaming, a fejw weeks exposure,
to the air has the effect qf seasoning it as
thoroughly as it could be done by the or
dinary process in months. The staves
have an uniformity and smoothness which
nothing but machinery can efiect.
The simplicity of the contrivance struck
us, at first sight, as the: most remarkable
paVt of the wholp. It seemed so natural,
that though we were assured the inven
tor had spent five yeaH in bringing it to
its present state, we. could not help won
dering why somebody had not thought .f
it before; We learn that both the Messrs.
Haxall and Mr. Warwick have tried the
staves made, by this machine, and pro
nounce them of the very first quality.
The proprietors have innumerable favor
able certificates. It is their object either
to sell machines of the same kind, or to
dispose of-the patents by districts, as is
common with such inventions. We should
think it highly worthy of encouragement.
and we advise all who have a taste tor
such things, to call and see. Rich. Whig.
THS Proprietors ot the CAPE FEAR STEAM
BOAT COM PANT have pal on the River the
new Steamer i
to ran regularly between Wilmington and Fayetterille,
at the late reduced freights. She drawa but 20 inches
water, having two engines and locomotive boiler, with
superior accommodations for Passengers.
All Goods consigned to J. Jc W. L. McGARY, V il
mington, will be forwarded up the river, free of commis
sions. All Produce from the country will be forwarded down
the rivrr and to its destination free of commissions.
Communications addressed to J. &. W. L. McGary.
Wilmington, and W. L. McGary, Fayetteville, will have
attention. ' W. L. McGARY, Ajrent.
Aoril 15. 1848 Jf52
I WISH to srll my plantation lying on the south side of
the South Yadkin River and Hunting Creek. in Da
vie County, North Carolina, four miles southwest from
of which-about 500 acres are cleared (200 of which is
fresh.) in good repair, and upon which there are good"
FARM BUILDINGS, a good GRIST and
good meadows and all necessary conveniences for farm
ing on a large scale. The land is equal in quality to any
in the county, and is well adapted to the raising ot all
kinds of grain and tobacco particularly.
Persons wishing to purchase, will please call on me in
Mocksville, and I will take pleasure in showing them the
land, and as I am determined to sell 1 will give a bar
gain and make the terms accommodating.
WILLIAM F. KELLY.
April 24, 1848. 14i52
0The Raleigh Register and Danville Register, will
please copy the above for three months, and send their
accounts to this Office for payment.
NEW FIRM !
nz. brows k mu
HAVING purchased the Drag Store formerly occu
oifd bv J. 11. Enniss. would in form the public that
ibey intend keeping at mil tunes, large and full assort
Phvsicians mar rest assured that they may tt all time
obtain from them a pure and genuine article ; and fur
thermore, that they will sell as cheap, (if not cneaper;
than any similar establishment in this section.
Anton; th:ir Stack mij be found the following Til:
Bah). Copal va,
Peru', or Red Bark,
f lyd. Potass.,
Vials, (all iz)
(TT Medical prescriptions carefully prepared at all
ED. W. BROWN,
Salisbury, Dee. 16, 1847 tf33
DRS. BROWN i. JAMES having associated them
Sflves in the practice of Medicine, can always be
found at their drugstore when not professionally engaged.
SilislKty, Dtcembrr 16, 1847 tf 33
Pepper, (all kinds)
Mace and Cloves,
Indigo & Copperas,
Madder 6i Arnatto,
Log and Red Wood,
Candles, (nil kinds)
Leather & Carriage
Varnish, &c, 6cc
chronic a:; i)
DYSPEPSIA, gcre r: 1
skin, of the liver, cfi! .- .
billions affections, etc. I
do. $1 10.
For Freer mnd Azvr, I
Diseases, Crattl. Ur
ne$$ ef the Head, D:,
taken in the Rettorer. 1 ,
for disease of the cL. :?,;
for gonorrhoea. gWt, :'.
bottle, 8181 at -!
An incorr.j nr.'
Tatst Mraictjcts re
prepared by Liuitt lf. i
community for about tt .
success. A great nut .' t
session of his spent?, r.: ! :
stores. We present L n-
From tie 7.
Letter from J. Ml A. D.
Ashborouh, X. C.
Da. Kret Devr .
timony.to the bcnect .1 r
Noah Uraithercnn, wn.
matory Rbentnitifra, J .
resorted to your MeJ...
it ; he was eOctu&!!y c.r-
of the Rlood,tc. ! I tan :
ver tried them auCicier.t ,
s&ed with their efUcaty.
HE subscribers have thisf
day formed a Copartner-j f f I
ship under the style of WatSOtl & IlOWZCC.
We will continue the
CABINET MAKING BUSINESS
in all its various branches, at the old stand opposite the
Rowan Hotel, being thankful and encouraged for past
favors, we would solicit a continuance of the same ; and
hope to please every one who favors us with a call.
Salisbury. January 11. 1848. 3r39
High Shoals Iron Works!
Gaston Co ii tit f, I. J
T II Ht, subscriber having teased the a-
JL bove'Ksiablishment, for the purpose
of manufacturing Iron, Nails, CuMinns,
Mill Spindles. Cmnks. and all. Black
smith Work. and having good Lathes and
an excellent Machinist from the North, he
will be prepared to make and fit up all kinds of Machi
nery at short notice. Having spared nrither pains nor
expense in selecting a good of workmen, connected
with bis own lone experience in the above line of busi
ness, will warrant all work made at this establishment
to be as well executed as it can be done in this part of
the country, and at prices to suit the times.
WM. E. ROSE.
February 8, 1848 ly41
fall and winter FAsmoNs saddle, Harness and ITUnK
bUll 147 & 43.
Just Received at the New Tailoring Establishment.
LOUlS PHILIPPE AND HIS FAMILY.
T WOULD respectfully announce to the citizens of
X Salisbury and its vicinity, that I have located in this
place for the purpose of carrying on the Tuilorill
Dlliliess in all its various branches, and I hope by
strict attention to business, to merit a liberal share of
public patronaee. 1 shall receive regular from the North
the latest FASHIONS, and shall spare neither time or
expense in giving satisfaction to all who may favor me
with their work ; always holding myself responsible for
any work that 1 may do.
'I have now in my employ two first rate Workmen.
My Shop can be found in T. L. Cowan's Brick Row.
GEO. L. GOULD.
Salisbury. Sept. 23, 1847
REFERENCE. Mr. Gould has been cutting under
my instructions for the last five years, and I can with
confidence recommend him to the citizens of Salisbury,
as capable of giving satisfaction in his line of business.
THOMAS M. OLIVER, Raleigh, N.C.
MAIN STREET, SALISBURY.
Th(h gossippin; Paris correspondent of
the Boston At Iks gives the following in
formation as to the. Ex lloyttl family :
Th wardrobe and etieds of the Duch
ess ojj Orleans have been despatched to
Crmjany, under the responsibility and
frottfclion ot die Governor of the. Tuile-
ries fthose. of the Princess de Joinville,
havi -been partly sent to Brazil, and the
rest tionlith-d to her lady in waiting. Mad
ttmellle Bat ral, who ' is commissioned to
sell -finem for whatever, -they -will fetch.
Thuskiur lionnot and pctites mattresses are
all eagerly pressing to obtain some por
tioujpf the-splendid trousseau of the Prin
cess, jlo the viw of which all Paris re
pairjejd with such admiration and glee but
a fev short years ago. I saw, yesterday
a letter from a French lady admitted to an
TO THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE
THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.
Headquarters Temperance Hall,
Washington, June 1, 1648.
The ppriod having arrived when the grate
ful countrymen of Washington, the great, the
good Washington, have oVtertnitiined to ele.
vate. a visible memento of iheir inward love
and veneiatiou for his character and services
that will do lienor tothe nation, the ceremonies
of laying the corner-stone of the National Mon
ument will take place on the FOURTH OF
JULY next, in the city of Washington. The
National Washington Monument Society, he.
lieving that all Ha of the people would lie
desirous of participating in ihe lalor of love,
have extended in ilations to all orders, bodies,
association., and individuals to he present on
that day, and having specially requested the as
si stance of the Grand Division of the District
to extend said invitation lo all the members of
our beloved Order, we hereby earnestly request
the attendance of all Grand and . Subordinate
Divisions which intends to be present, in body,
will please notify the undersigned, at as early
T WISH to sell my plantation lying on Hunting Creek
JL in Davie county, N. C-, five miles west of Mocksville,
containing 330 AcrOS of which from eighty to one
hundred acres are first rate bottom land, well drained.
and in good order for cultivation. There is a good
Barn and all the necessary out-buildings, n first, rate
spring and a good orchard of srlect fruit. Persons de-
eiripg to buy, ire requested to call nnd examine for them
selves, and as I am determined to sell I will give a bar
gain and make the terms accommodating.
April 24, 1848. 14:52
A I.SO FOR SALE 556 ACRES lying on
ZV Hunting Creek, adjoining the above land, of which
from 175 to 200 acres are first rate bottom land, well
drained and in good order for cultivation, and upon which
there are good farm buildings; two good orchards, good
meadows and the plantation in excellent repair. We are
determined to sell, will give a bargain and make the
terms eay. j KELLY &, WILSON.
25 DOLLARS REWARD.
RANAWAY from ihe Subscriber when on his way
from Moreanton to this place, on Saturday last.
rilHE subscriber having established himself in the
JL Town of Salisbury, for the purpose of carrying on
the above business, respectfully solicits a share of public
patronage, tie pledges himself, (hat his work shall al
ways be done in the very best style, and his prices to suit
He will keep constantly on hand Saddles, Bridles,
Martingales, Harness, Collars, Saddle Wallets, Trunks,
Valises, fa., fa. Also, Harness Skirting, Sole and Up
per Leather of the very best quality always on hand which
can be bought low for cash, or on a short credit to prompt
In addition to the above, he respectfully informs the
public, that he carries on the TANXIXG and BOOT
and SHOE MAKING BUSINESS in the Town of
SuMesville, where he will always be happy lo see his old
friends, and supply them with any of the above enumer
Thankful for past encouragement, he hopes by close
attention, not only to merit a continuance of the same,
but a considerable increase for the future.
iLr'His shop is one door above G. W. Brown's store
and just opoosile the " Brick Row."
WM. II. MOWBRAY.
Salisbury, January 27. 1848 ly
FASHIONS FOR 1848!
HORACE II. BEARD, ?Fxi2.:icspa
has just received, (at his old stand,) from New
York, the American and European Fashions, for the
Spring and Summer of 1848, and will continue to re
ceive iheiu quarterly. He is prepared to execute all or
ders in his line of ihe trade, in a fashionable and work
manlike manner, at the shortest notice. From his long
experience in the art of cutting and making garments,
he feels confiJeut that he can give satisfaction to his
He respectfully returns his thanks to his friends and
the public for their liberal upport tendered him hereto
fore, and will endeavor by increased efforts to please bis
customers, to merit a continuance of their favors.
HORACE II. BEARD.
N. B. AM kinds of country produce taken at the mar
ket prices for work.
Salisbury, March 23, 2848. tf 47
a IS egro Man slave, named a AM. 1 be said slave is
nap A nhnnt 21 vpnrv verv black rnninlninn flhrmt
a day as positde, of such intention. Transient ! 5feeu9 or 10 inches in height, stout and likely. He
was purchased by me of Mr. W . F. McKesson, in Mor
ganton. who purchased him of the estate of A. Copen-
pin. I fie strutul, bestrewed with stones.
ya hoi; the waters of tbe lake were
in(Hioiiless',.and absolutely dead along the
Thr'lba (bing I did cm alighting was
to walk into the laftHip lo tny knees.an'd
lotabU; the water. I Imind it impossible
to Keep it in my moulk It ftr exceeds
that of the. sea saltness. and produces tip.
on the Ijps'ilro t fleet of a strong solution
iif alum. Before mV , boots weie com-
interview with the ex-royal family at
ill was usbered into a drawing room
on tjie ground floor, (ayss the writer.)
w herein were seated the Queen and the
Duchess tie Nemours. Her Majesty was
occijpied in wntinjr, while the. fair yotin";
Duchess was engaged upon some, kind of
i needlework, which, irom Us hulk ant
homejly appearance, certainly did not pre
sentjkny ot the peculiarities of a lady's
lancy work. Up and down upon gravel
patlj before the long windows of the apart
merit! strolled, or rather shuflled, an aged
marj4 bending lUs shoulders t the sun, and
leatjing upon a huge knotted stick. He
wasl j oik) wed by a large liver and white
spaniel, who seemed to subdue his pace
to tbiu of hisM master ; and although the
picture thus presented was one of the
tnosljforlorri and melancbolly description, !
I eartnot ! YOU, bow great I w as shock
. i i -. .1 .1
Dieinien woo may mmi tne city on mat oera
sion are ipquested to bring their realiii with
them, and jin with u in procession.
There will no douht be a great rdiir-lion
made on the different lines of trawl communi
cation reaching the city to enable all to assem
ble and unite in the procession on that day; and
in view of the immense multitude that will lie
gathered together, we jTeel it incumbent upon
us to state that it will be out of ihe power of
the citizens to provide those hospitalities whi-h
would cheerfully be tendered on less imposing
occasions and we can only assure thm a god
camping ground, good water, and all ihoe fa
cilities for comfort a glad and free people are
ever p-ady and proud lo render.
OO" We would earnest!)' and politely request
the whole press of the country to give this in
vitaiinn circulation in their respective co'ums,
and charge to the amount f gratitude they owe
to the memory of the Father of hi Country."
whose labors rendered us ever " Met and free.'
PETER M. PEARSON, G. W. P.
Chairman Committee Arrangements.
ning, of Burke county. He has no doubt made his wny
kick to that county. The above reward of Twenty-five
Dollars will be paid for his apprehension nnd confine
ment in any jail so that I can cei him aijain.by making
application to John I. Shaver, Esq , or to the subscrilwr.
Salisbury, May I, 1848. E. MYERS.
BF. FRALEY is ever ready to make.CLOTHING
in the latest style, well done, and warranted to fit.
He also keeps for sale READY' MADE CLOTHING
very cheap. He will also teach the art of CUTTING to
any wishing to learn, as he is agent for some of the most
fashionable Tailors of New York and Philadelphia. All
kinds of clothes cut at short notice. Produce taken in
payment at market prices. y-2
J UST RECEIVED
A LARGE supply of very superior Salratus. Soapa
Perfumery, Paints. Truses, Oils, Candles. Garden
and Flower Seed of alt kinds. Paint and Varnish Brush
es, of nil sizes. Ij.iONVN ot JAMES.
Salisbury, March 23, 1848 if 47
BOOT & SHOE
THE subscriber takes this method of informing the
, ( people of Salisbury and vicinity, that he has estab-
MR. MANLY'S APPOINTMENTS.
Pharles Manly, Esq., the Whig Candidate
ed vvfien this aged rrmn entered through ; nvp"ior, will address his fellov citizens
a gbiss door, shivering and complaining j ' il following times and places, to wit :
a . It t a . . -
..I iLi. I II . l.i .
tu ipp com nnu l recognizee me lea'iire s " L"noir,
f I ...:.. Tii:i: ii- r ' i .
... I.. ..!.... j -i . UM' iviiigijuuis i iiiiiiipe. .his utct-rs , 'iiirgaiuon.
J,1 p ti,P COVrrd,W"h Si'U ' 1 ma& l'll.nd he j. older by ten years ! M,i,.,
r.rJC ,0'1'eS:.OUrl.'a,!'-OUr l"""1'. w 'nlhaiifvhen I saw him in January last. I Bdrnsvill.
."c "ou,s ""PsniUfU. with Ho knew me. however, on .he instant. A.he.ille.
a nl endeavored tojoin in the conversation,
but soon ank into h fauteuil by ihe fire
and, fceemcd presently to bo absorbed in
deepthouht The Q.ueen was cheerful
enoughalmost gay. Her excessive de-
thU minr ral.
jLeguLnn of small finIeaped about the
iHorr at t ight, which contradicts ihe opin
ion m iaHy entertained that the Dead
3 a pi oo'uees no living creature.
i In H7ii the water was analvzed bv
ft tri nrxr l. t t t-o
votjpn has created a degree of fatalism J Salisbury, Jum l, 1 . . v 16
A LARGE supply of Swaynea Compound Synip of
Wild Cherry, and also a Tejry snperior quality of
Lamp oil and rpinta of I nrpemme
Wild Cherry and Sarsaparilla Pills,
Are a strengthening Purgative und a Pa'
DR. Le Roy's Pills are a new medicine which has
jim appeared, and is fast taking the places of all
others of the same class. Theae pills are composed of
many ingredients, but the two principal one are Sarsapa
rilla and wild Cherry, so united that tht-y act tog-thr
til nn t K mtt irlt i al.rk'iw.. .. ....U L. t I i i i .
'M-ii . i.iutc wm ,,uirrr,u..ances.pu. nneu a snop in tnp above line of busines in SalifborT
-,1.... ir-e-"S. - - k ...i.r.,,ur.,,g inr , iir-r ...c wrsirrn corner ot ihe Court Houoe, opposite
system. Thus those pills are at the same time tonic and the Mansion Hotel, where he .. alwnya prepared toln-
r3 i'S rl"d L?:USh (ry SW" Cf 1,8 f hi9 man-
. -" u.u.rirU. in uiwr i nrr. naving employed .Mr. Jacob I-fl
uiu9 iurjf uu mr worn en iwo medicines, and do it much
better than any two we know of ; for they remove noth
ing from the system but the impurities; so that while
they purge they strengthen ; and hence they cause no de-
mutation, and are followed by no re-action. Dr Le
Roy's Pills have a wonderful influence on the blood ; they
not only purify without weakening it, but they remove all
noxious particles from the chyle before its 13 converted in
to fluid, and thus qiake impure blood an utter impossibil
ity. As there is no debilitation, so there is no nausea or
ickness attending the operations of this most excellent of
medicines, which never strains or tortures the digestive
fanctiorw, but causes them to work in a perfectly natural
manner ; and hence persona taking them do uot become
pale and emierated, btu the contrary ; for while it ia the
property of the Sarsaparilla, nnited as it ia with other io
gredicnts, to remove all that ia impure, it it eqailly the
property of the Wild Cherry to retain all that ia natural
and sound ; and hence a robust Mate of health ia the cer
tain result of their united operations.
rvMkTby .Me8!re ron & James. 8alis!mry ; J.
P. Mabry, Lexington j Phife r ic York.Concori. Pike,
25 ceata per box. My 4, 1848...3ntl
S r irk lnnnnln4
his shop, he (eels confident that hi experience and faith
fulness will warrant to his customers the inot entire
satisfaction. His charges for shoes, boots, tc., and al
bo fur repairs, shall he as moderate as possible
JEREMIAH BARRINCKR &. Co
Feb2t, 1843-6m43 Br Jacob Leflxr.
Important to Mill Owners.
HOTCHKISS S Vertical Water Wheel, for sale io
D.-IcXEILL fc Co.
And in Lincoln County bv
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March 12, 1847 tf45
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From the .V
Letter from J. R. Ca'.lut.i,
Da. Kchl Dear S,r :
entire satisfaction in tl.. .
inia Mixture etpeciallj, .
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I have never had enou.h
will please send me a l.ir.
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Mr. Ramsay, in the e; ;
Esq . Xiwilford county , f r
and Agur, treated with Q
out any eftVel ; bu wa t
-hird part of a pint
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