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To tc Vuhtte. .
TUB subscriber is now receivinjr, . large and
Ifeneral assortment of "
Dry Good, Cutlery, and Hardware,
bf all descriptions, from Nf w.York and rhilad I
pbit, where thry were "elected by himself, with
tire, and hoii((lit for earii, anM hlch are offered
on the moat reasonable ternii. As be pM ro
Btores. he will if II for cash at the -lowest
pricct-hrrwM,' on"tlmTCmirrtrv Prod
bought, at the hujhf at market pncrv Arrange
Pt -EZKA allemong.
1114 elegant establishment, situated
t the north corner bf the Court.
ri'I House, has been' recently repaired and
fittedup in a ne' an J superior style, for the re.
rcptioii of Company. The prratest paint have
been taken' to procure for this ritablidiment
new fnrnitnre of every description, necessary
for the comfort of Traveller" i the most ap.
nroved "servants hate bfffl aeloetl with .
care i the bar stocked with choice lienor , and
,. tbe .bore named H-"Trcr.Wf
... -.-v ... . ' . ' . , , ' . i lmlrT. The convenience ur tntr trnwrnwim
moon supply oi rrrin imdiii, an ma niurva-i' v.v , ,., . , i
"... L'.1 ' ...I '!..... i . 'IrnHaltoant' 1ithetrlaerlbe iMMiaecontaW
a number of private roonia, a: d outhouses, well
calculated for Urn. accdronuxlatiiw of Travellers
and floardera. Attached to which, there it a
l4y GootU-anJ Hook Store,
.,. ttior ii ma plcate to rail on Dim, be
assure them thai mi puina will be spare '., to
rtjitthir. their stay CQmfurUb'eairl pleaiing.
: .' ?.'. A A lAXiiOSG '
SaHthiiry. X C. Seft. 17. 8 7. 61
in Salifbury, and examine for yourselyes,
. -. ....... . . c.JOHN,Ml, RVIIY.
fi. It. Ju&ar, Coffee, 'Sab, Iron, Molasss
flbm, Wine. -French Brandy, ic. &r.
Oct. u. var.
NOItni OA HO MX A.
THIS boat it in complete order, ami will
commence running to (Jeorjjetown ami
Charleston, oil the first of October, and will
rrrv nrtnluee at cuitomarv rhtra. The auh-
acriben will spure no exertion to expedite the j
transportation or produce and (jooils to and from
either of ihe above place. This boat has mnde
atrip from Cliarleiton, with a full freight in
lea than five daj.
We have a polo boat now on the tocks
which will be launched about the firt of No.
vember, calculn'ed to carry five hundred bald
f cotton, and of ao light a draft of water; u to
be enabled to (fo at all ne.uoni. fhn uoat in
conjunction with the ateam boat will en-ure the
certainty of up and dn freiylitx, u ithout de'av.
I he auwcnlicn will receive cotton to frnjlit
(UAiVmVncs, n;roM, Aatis
Uc. Lfc, ut nlilie 'ale.
"IfflLL be Mild to the highest biddcrat tin-
. TUB L1AGU.1GK Vf FLOWERS. .
In eastern lands the talk in flowers.
And they tell in a far land theft loves and cares i
Each blossom that blooms in their garden bowers,
On iti leaves t mystie language bears.
The roe is the sign of joy and love,
'Young blushing love in its earliest dawn f
And the mildoeaa that suits the gentle dove,
ftomtht wyftle'i snowf flower is drawn. :r
Inte dwellioir hMiie of Anirm ('liuholoi,
tinue from dav
Sixtfcn or eik'h'rrn liktly A'jrot, Men,
Women, ricivK, ml tiirls. .
ANt, the well krton CnlJ Mi'on Ih aver
Ham en ek, know n by the name of MiLholn.'ti
(Jold Mine, iiicltuling ninety acres of Land.
Uo, one tract of l.nd,coniiiiii)f 4'0 arret,
a ljoinin thr Kandulph line and A. Hsriii' rjiur
olucli there lias been
.J'iut.jm a heart in its native heaven i
Fame's brigtrt Mar, simI (rtory'a'swelC "
By the gluuJeaf of lb? bay are gl'SBf ..-.,.
.The aiknt; ;ft, and humble heart,
In th riolet's hidden tweetnen . $rtatfitt j
An! the tender aonl that cannot parti -'"'A
twine oTeve'rgreerrtTndfy wreathet;-' i
Hie ejpress that darkly ihades the (rrave,
Ii torrow that mourns Iter bitter tot)
And faith, tl.'tt a tbouan ills can brave,
sjealia in th blue waws,:orget-me not.
i ! nn ia ttiawssja lina hawia si tfti i lit it tW
on moaeraie lerma, ami maae no cnarge lor ; r;o ftlI1(! . One tract, do. adioini-ig il.e sl.ove.
rtorage, if h.pped by thnr boats. nf 100 arret, on which Wm. I'artir lorm.nV
I hcv will also receive ami forward roods, on i;...,. . . ,i ,s n .... ...
aOn.Wc terms, ha.ioa; .somnu-listore. ()f MulB;ofn,ery,tsrfj,Ji,,i1,K N.' Clarke's Mill
a 4 ' ww ea - a. ' L I
ton, will i.,j.4!o the rece.lmr and fbewnlina; Q wh,rh u Mj
all rwJtw4l. ox.ny Lr.termll,, ptaCrt on - (rarf ((f J0 fcm, (m the.WfM of le
. Atn,.an.eccllent.;. F;aherj,. mciuduie the
I1ii.ii itkth..rft iri'.illl frtifti tli. trittn hniif.n
on tb lt of January nex and to eon. I . , . . . ,. i , , -rom
day to day unt.rull J.ull be dinpo-d A"d u11 mc t,,e 'h ' ,,thrt 1,1 ftnwer-
Yes, Love indeed ii Ight from Heaven j
A spark of that immortal fire '
With angpls sharM, by Alia given,
I'o brt from earth oir low desire.
Devotion Malts the mind above,
Rut 1 Icav eti i sell ii-tccnds in love
A fei luiif from the fcodhead caught,
I o u tan from elf each lordid thought
cWIenmtnts to them. .1. k,l. II. TOWKKS.
Hervrw. X C. Vr.f. 2i. 18C7. 8t91
toa'l ohlersrefpectina; eoHon that may be sent
l ' IL- L. 1 T 1 ..
. " .... , . . " . . . lower part of the Norrowa, including 25 acres
Selves, lams all diligence ami attention in their tr.t . . 6
yw-jr, .... .... ...... T " un. - n.m nini eni.ntv. CO .ppf. h,.r
' F.dw.ird Itrrwrr ft.rmerlv l!rd i One tract of
'. 1'JO aerr. JirV.on' Creek, Where Jona'hai
Latest ..fronvl onr trtr, cf 208
ONBW tne auDs. riT)er U immns V . Muml acics, where Wn. CJrolTnow' lives. onwhicti .2tS-"?s?
has just returned from Philadelphia, iih tluic is a lao-arl an. I ?5 arm a.Ijjiiiiiiir. .Ml
II the tuslnon or meilav; a.vt wiu-. to ,n. a No. 3('0 acre., on whicli .lames V. Daniel
form the public, 'that while at the north, he now livra.
spent frmcipaJ part of hi time with the n.ot , A liberal cre,'.;t ui!l be xm, bv the pur
celebrated Tailors ofthe city, (especially Mer. ; chaser jjiven boi .1 wirh ..pr.v-f vr-irity.
WllirSfiN H. CIIISlKil.M. Mn.'r.
.VrrewA.T 3, H27. 7M .
Seamen on the aurgc who ride.
Court the wii.d and court the ttd ;
Force alone no victory brings ""
lLey u ho aim at noblest things,
f M-juld atpfre to wiwlam's liglu j
i.)ni' iriplitirr far than might. "
tuthefani in the United States
We have fight Synods. More M is
lionariesareseotout than formerly, who
peak both Ianguagci rraver mee
tings are established very geoerally
and we hear of many instances, jthat
tinners are convicted and converted to
Jesus Sunday Schools and other god
j institutions begici to flourish amotvg
us Uur people jn different churches
are rising from their- slumbers the
destitute call from all quarters far M in
Uve strains, that pur. eyes.f re of ten fil
led with tears; Out most of our by
hods are adopting measures to meet
the wanti.of our deaxjjeftplej,
, Lutktran InttlHFtnctr '.
a"Tff David Kifeir-of-New.Vrk,
has obtained a patent for nuking trans
parent paper. It is said if bank bills
and bills f exchange were printed on
it they could not be counterfeited or al
tered. It is cheap and excellent to
put over pictures.
TO IMrROVC Tit.
The cheapest, and most expensive
teas, are said to be all the leaves of
the same tree. The high flavour,
therefore of some of the sorts, and the
want of flavour in others, must a rite
from the manner nf preparing them.
The substance found to agree best with
the nrigin il flavour of tea, is the oil of
KTorttmwno-forinM-thei b'lhe min
A tbry cilmoTnd tha soul." Biaoa. .r wTnrK V Marpmdtrcr-fmm-lhr
cheapest teas, tpc fiuest flavoured
bloom, hyson, gunpowder, and cow.
. Sir Walter Scott has published an
answer to General Gourgaud'a letter
taxing him with falsely quoting Gour
gsud's authority for some statement
made in the Life if Napoleon. Sir
Walter gives official papers from the
colonial department in England to
prove, that General Gourgaud While, "
confided in at Longwod by Bon
mer of the British government as to
NiWewa-fcrsJtaliits-, M4 Koix .
of eseapeThe General hfa4aiTolvC(j ..
himself in an awk ward predicament.
Lovt.A blind r man-h4A -
whom..he Jpvcd to ; exccsi though he
was told she was very "ugly, j phjl
siclan offered to currr hrft'orRi blind
ness he would not consent to it" r
should lose," said he, " the luve whjclt
I have for my wife, and that love is
We have heard of dressing flax so
that it would look like ti, but we new
ver before heard of rrnking silk out of
tow -it has been left lor the Kevereod
FmncU Herrrn, of Peoosylvania. to
perform such n task s
M-jrried, on Ttirsdav the 23d ult.
br the Rev, Francis Herron, Mr.
William 5tH, to Miss Luanda fow.
u-jin oi oi. uiair iownsnipf rrunsyu
The Emperor Kirholas ofTTuiiTa7
has published an Ukase, f .rbi Hmp
kFreemasi nrv throughout his domin.
ions. . . ....
T7rVl t U'lnukrann n M.I . vm sT,lat.1.d I
Aavri v v iu.uiciiiit uiii iisai 'r? t, j
Watson & Sons i where he worked a portion of i
his time, fur the purpose nf gaini'ic; mure infor- ,'
matioo respecting' the manner inKwhicli par. J
rnents are cut and madr up : the aSoe-namr d
two shops aw the most crlr'jrainl in the I'ni.
ted S'atei. He also visitwl many othe r vrrv 1
celebrated shops, wt Phdadt lohia, Fredericks
buix, Hichmond,"Srirt fetrrrrurjr, Vr t hr U j
White: ahc iusert, i. yi.ur
t;ic luliitu iig . empcrance An-
, 0 r
i ..... . . . .
"i i.iieiious i.ispohiiion. vtnonia lore
Tri CoriSefiViencr of the romtwtitirtn!
ofthe steam boart' no the HnHion. V.t frwford i nominifed m the Ha!-.
persons re now onied from New -nei Gaarire.i is a most suft-
York to Albany for S2: 50, and found. i,B "C ,or 'rre-sweiiey..
a distance of immiJt s. , . j .Iri, s(a,ed in the,S,; LoUU Republican
.r. , , ihat General Atkinson, with the "troops'-'
The Generannsur..nceC..rnpinvof:lin(ferhii n;mm,nd, Wnrne6 froi
Storkholm has to py three hundred' L'ppr Minisippi to Jefferson Barracks
thousand dollars to the sufferers by.thc on the 27th ult. in rood health.
recent great fire at Abo, in Finland.
' ' ll :if Mcll. ;rri n inn fn ih . nilnm. r I
V.OtM. lilt K St'. i ii-.c s iivin tod receiving wine at.d
CE.tu;me. .1M i.iho v F.:. cy ! .,,;,'; lhc 8UCi.a circle, became con
BO()T,?w S1KIK MAKMlf, , vac -cl ,f ihc evil -1 such a C rae about
IlKltntNS thank to the fn ,!,.,., .,..h,. ,'a ;f;.r ap, knd ,ook ,he flwii,g me
1.1 dies of .Saliibuiv and vitn.i';. nr l.'i. . J . . .9
xame through Baltimore and a-rd'.vm fitv , r rl eiiconracrr ment be h i,h wne be i ltl"U lA 'rr"tlng 'he infl icnce of Cus-
a"nd examined the faslnons in all thos-pta'ces." !as N-en in btiaim-s,-ai! Iiea tUt .hu mire-'.'OBI.. Having evcr .l friends one day
"kfriI'cr (Tbo.y. Canon v,l B.nja- Jmitting attention to bu-in, hcr.-aft'.-r. and ' I at his" own I'.OUSf'K? had' his deCa'n."
rhln lTileT)can- now awire tbp ptiblic,. IhaU desire to .pleaie.tHiiiilt' l(imio.-coftiiu...i-.- -.r t i j -j
tbey are.prepared1oaeet.mmtMlateanri:cinle. lance ofthe sne. ; ten prfxlucctl. as-usu..l, and -Said to
Jnin. in a very diort time, in ta rtthnnable aud i He has now- on hand, m t rcci-ivi J f;om the inc u,n P:' Gentlemen, will you
neat a style, a can be i.a.1 in anv of ;l.e ahove-'i Vonh. a geherat artmem ..f Mv,r:h; -vi.iet, . help voursclveS .ile art wine, and ' of fools ttilh a Pood opinion or them
mentioned plaee;' and at to dun , . ... f- ' ; . , , - - . J
kna thtirork will excel any. Ai.d thev wlirrwwk in t.is lire, m thr mo.t fl.io ...lJr- cti .. ? "rawuyy d gin, ana arr;c , aif, ar? rv. vv isc men are nittJent j men
do their work as reasonable as any in this sec-,' hie and eh-ifint n1e. poisons ; some Slower in their opera- i of W arr. iiervcUs men "of-ee'nius i are
A beauty seldom possesses wit.
She is satiified to see her owo face,
and watch the impression it makes up.
on others. - A handsome woman is
generally a half ideot. A male beau
ty ought to he put in petticoats, for if is
Blwavs- efienriDate -and -love-si.ck- with
Nature it;ts supplied the deficiency
tlon of country. THOMAS V. C NO,
7wor4. XefH. 1. 1827, , 97
j CJ Ordtntoruork fr'im a dtanec, ill nt.t i
I !' atteiided to, un!f arcump.niit d 1j the r...r's j
i oc iu rqiiivalt-nt. No iirtl)i-rn nia-V irk will t
niPTeparrrrl; eieep ladu ajJiuc J. pt i)ie fovfmu; !
I of boots. b
Suthhwv, Off. 29. 1827. 86 '
f)ll J: W. HHJA A4JTV-
so Voattgfe Vw'uW
THt.Sheriff of Iredell county, Rives this piib-
h'c niftiee to all rxrsons who may hate oc."
eSsVn"H write ttf Vrm-vhrnis(r the medkinidnf
tho ost,oflBc," on efflctal bainet that he is
determined hereafter to pay no attention to
com mu'iieai inns on which the potairc in not I received a tine assortment of t rrth .Vetltrin?r
paid. He 'compelled' to' adopt thW'fuIc, to P eipeels to reerive within a taw u eejti, fcom
save hmucll from a very heavy tat.
. fitatr$ri!lf. Oct. 3il, H27. ' 5!
tions ih,n others, but equ.illy sure:
,t -k c your choice.'-
.1 Friend Temperance. I
timid and humble, and men of Icarninc;
feel arid avow their ignorance.
REGS iav fluwt riapeufully Jo. Inform the
citizenof Itav'rd'on cmintv, tha? he hm iii't
i . -
r . Will Shyall ; he always meets his
friends with a rctrograde"rm6vemcnt.
cmc at.-imDortai)ranch -tif indusfrv ' tnerefv aalutinc vou itfi"a kind of off-
in Prarjce,-iacrordingtothe Vlohthly 80,n
ML'.zine. several lartre manufactories man wanted to borrow his monev.
Medical. The N. Y. Statesman
...? sa st that the 'Sulphate 'Quinine has be
40 DoUftYS WeyrnriM
ST AN away fm the ubcriber, on the 1st of ,
...I t.iti. m irvtll. KUHIII i, a erjci, ir.0'11 L 1 i . r , Hfll u I L
PhihulelDhaand Xew-Vork. an ..nn.e..i m n-lve "eert established for thepurtOBr. vv U JS rich and covetous, but seems
eiter.sive than I as ever reached this country ; j It h calculited that ninety thousaud always haunted with the dread of some
. i . T r'm ' I, I ounces weie prepared last year. friend borrowing his wealth. Andyet,
The legislature of Georgia next In Mil
ledReville; on the 5ih inaiMr. Stock wst
fleeted Preaident of the Senate, without
opposition. Mr Hudson was opposed for
the Speaker's Chir, by Mr Hull, but
was successful. On Tuesday, Gov. Troun
l ... mm . . . '
sent ins Messag. to both houses.
Thornss Cruteher, Eq. has heen rs
elected T reasurer of Wt si Tennessee , by
a majoritjf of 10 votes over Jos.; Phillips,
We are sorry to hear of the failure of
an extenVive:' mercnitile house in New
York. Wr underataod that about 40 snips
will, for an.uncertain time, be strurk out
of the commercial llns of the country,
and several hundred persons be deDrived
jf their accustomed employment
. Philadelihia paper.
entirely to hia prohssion. He hopes, from
vears experience in the profeaion. to meet with
that patronage which a man- should, whose
whole mind is devoted to it. cliarera hlia'l
lov lid inv .Wirra Hn tlPUUr.V .1,.,.,.
or"?7jears of ape, smooth Mack skin, plea'- ' ncvir t!,cee nw.le by
sant countenance, hat ins; one of his fmirers so Ke"t'?n" n- .1"g"iT '27. lS
injured by a machine a 'renders it useless, ati.l, ' . . - -
as well aa recollected, ii'iite doubled up in bis-1 I A J'tWltTS.
hand; a4 5 feet 10 or 11 inchea b.jrh. Said : 'E1 Ell, a stout made, vtllow complected
Tw belongs to the estate of .lese Wren, dee'd. L fell.w. 35 or 40 tears old. about 5 fext 8
oow in 'he care of the snibcriber. and lawful ' inches hih, ef rather" an assumii-j and irnpu
ajtent of said estate. It is supposed be interds j dent manner; left mv plantation in Krnhaw
makinp hi way to some free state. Ilie above j District. South. Carolina, on the 7ih Jnlv hist
I .. L . I .
rcvaru win De pani on ins neiiverv to me, in
Lancaster Diattict, S. C. or lodged in any jail in
North Carolina. Virginia or MartUnd, so as I
leceive l.itn ; or g25 if taken in South Carolina.
KOBEKT S I INSON.
X vem!ie-m:i82T. SmtlOO
Information of him directed, l iberty Hill. Ker.
shaw I)i".tiicf, Sou:h-C;irfiia; would br thank
fully rtct ivi d. ;7
.lOEPII Cl NMNfiMAM, Jon.
- ft t at c C JV uy av t nv.
Tl V tiitttf of a decree of the honourable Court
1 J of r.nuitv for Itiiu-iin rnnnli muil ut Hr-tA.
of the f'nrrt of hirrm, tt.-..r iar i-iLtt ....t , ..
nmty lor Kown county. LLur uld on will .l t !.,. viil-. ,,f m,.a.,,ii. .i... i.
the -remis, on thelJItro.fammTyparhts
- ' ' -' "".." io .or-, ao.ioniing j rail. I. kllow hy U arrie, of sanet's Mills.
1-ra -is Gibson and others, near Stirenalfa Mill 1 on Dutclunui.'s rre, k,r ,flhe YaMin. Abo
n aii c mnty, on a ere d.t ol 6 and i 2 .months, ; another tract r,f land on the same creek, contain
by . SAMI" ILLIMN, r. m. e. I ior 1 acres: being' the nronertv of Cenpm.
i ai . r i r."
iUtd i'op Sac.
Tl'l'ANT to tt decree
Vner ndv. g2.2.i.
TME subscriber respectfully informs the cit
irens of Salisbury, and the surrounding
min?nv3at IrftAatahHshf i; IhnsktifSiht y
in aid town, on Main Street, a few doms south
"WartJtorhwl;wH il: chase money, bv
Suner, dee'd. A credit of twelve months will b
allowed on the whole, and a further indulgence
of 6 and 12 months for a moiety, with interest
after the expiration of 12 months. Purchasers
will be- required to give bonds, with approved
securities, oil thr day of sale. And title-deeds-
will be delivered upon full payment ofthe pur-
, ne never lent a cent in his life !
a . . i t xr Clotilda is pup-.nosed, has a dark
A o-;ng man at Auburn, N. Y. we ,. , ., 6 fl! . , ,
,i :., ? it i : l tktn, a horrible set of back deraved
ur,tJ.rst.in(l was compelled to have his . . , ... . , ..
. . teeth, and an rer lilrp a sir-lr Iririon
aim ;ininntalefl a sh.rf timr tnii-r in . " -"
,(, - . . ; ;rid vet she fancies herself the most
consequence of rutving artery cut in1 , ,
the Jera.inn ot U5n 7 I quis.te piece of wnfiian that ever ws
b' j finished by the graces with the charms
" 'of loveliness! Her mirror is her
lin,JoodJorLows.t Medtcnl mind, for she has nr. other reflection .'
s II.. .1. a . ... s
ititmgtnrer state?, mat aoout nityHer wlk is erect and stately ; and
cows live principally on fresh fish at she flings jier head about with the
Prmincetown, Cape Cod, Massachu- most divi ,e air of ridiculous affectation
sun. Ihe town is a body of sand, that beauty ever fancied,
containing no vegetable but a little
hcach grass, which partially serves in Uetter to it in Freedom's Hall,
some pl .ces to form a'wrTaeluttcenl:'''.i',,'"'w,,l lamp fliwr ml "-wWeriitjc wall,
K. drJ. . . . l ii Tnan t0 bsnd-tbe neck, and bow the knee,
I firm to prevent its being blown away, ,n ,,e proudest palace of slavery,
or changed with-every- strong wind '
like a shiftintr sandbar at the mouth of T,,' u (,(,'',, ,,ai'.v to store thy gains
7 . , . w;ti . n. ..i.i jl : . .1
a river. The houses are set on mles.
that the wind and sand may pass under
them, instead of covering them. The
inhabitants of the place live by taking
fish ; many boats come, in daily, when
the weather permits, and dress their
fish -n the shore. . The cows come,
after cropping what - little' gras. the.
no on.- can complain ot.
Oli! lintiki lirhounrt. either plain or ornamen
tal, on' the, rjiost moderte terms. All orders
from a distance, faithfully atjended to, The pat
ronage of the public is rejv Jluy solicited, by
thtir obedient set-van-,"
.'OIIN H. DE CARTERET.
ViV'r , .ipnl 2M. 1H27. '60
ONRci.py -f woik (new)-for sale, at a
i rire l s-than the original cost. Apply at
the oHice of the -Western Csrolfltiiiih. 4
i nluce aifords tn finish thnir rl
. ; . ,.- 4 w I t ii - '.' I w-a. I.IMJIC ,4 If. . -. ... . v. . 4Uiy.-... . . I " ...-.. .... v.. ....... v.
tarehiVp snv kinn-fit work in Ins Imp i! hnui j .. . i. i .'t "-W" .;'-i.v Hi.-.tr"r;r,r1!"" V'4.-J......'-fc..- .
.. -T-ri; . L tAM i nujhan, v.ju.k. i anunai lotifl..; .1 hev devourthe heads.
and America, lie feel.' eorifi,lrh1 -of lhevfish,.. withr
giv? entire satisfaction to all those who may fa- ' tale of Xotth-Curotina. Htke county OUaVlhlffiSH
. .. i.-.. .. :.i. .i...:..if r i.-.a- : .-i.i. ...... .......... 1 Q r
"!" ""ii n ui-m;.iu.i ui lruiiuHf;. ; i r.niwn i.oun oi us', "lejitemocr lorm, cats or Crows
Jllunk- Ifoobi made to order, after any pattern ! J 1&27. Lidia Beach t-. Elijah Ileach : oV-
fwinmtron-irlioVi:4oMn motion," it as .ordered, that adver - .
tisement e made Tor tbee:"morrrhf in xw-it-Frtervain-9f-GriWouie.Mlaats
leigh liegister and Western Carolinian, that . 1 . . , , .
Klijah Beach appear at the next Superior Court 11 has been ascertained, by Mrs.
of Law to he held for Burke county, at the rcdgoldt that nl tnts may be com-
Appearance may deceive thee understand,
A pure white glove may hide a filthy hand.
The world is but an opera show :
We come, look round, and then we go.
Life's dearest joys, like sweet scented fiovers,
- Bloom. bwt.n lowly pjacra: there they group
In safety, there they court'the snillihg1 hours,
: And they w L wish to gather lhcm muaUloup..
Jletljjn bed .weJaorli?-in ed we etv.".
i a. i
1 uc near approacfl, a DeU may show
M- 1 ... ...
ui uuman oiiss to human wo
court house in Morganton, on the 4th Monday
of March next, thtn and there plead, answer or
demur, Or the petition u ill be heard eiparte.
Test: WM. W. EHVt IN, CTIe.
. Price advgS. . 3mt99
(TliTi 1 1 KAV Y Phcish Hides for sale,
ZJUVJ 11 bv ANGUS TAYLOR.
t aiwrrtftr, Oct, 25, 1827,- m
pletcly protected from, the depreda
tions ot insects, by washing them with
a solution of bittei' aloes, and the use
of this wash does riot appear to affect
the health of the plants io the slightest
degree ; wherever the solution has been
used insects have not been observed to
attack the plants again .
fleet in our hsrhotirrc6rs'iimg- of the
Natchez, G. Pudd, E.o. fbcarinc the brasd
tPennant nf om Riflgelv.) the Erie. D.
Turner, Ksq. ; and the llornel, A. Clax
ton, Esrj. ; put to sea on Monday morning
last ; on a cruise
A line nf parked has been esublis'jed
to run from New York to Gibraltar. W'e
believe ihis is the first establishment of
packets to that port, formed in this coun-
fy- Aut. Journal.
The Directors of the Baltimore and
Onio Pwiil Road, hare adver'ed that they
are ready to enter into contracts for tbe
commencement of that work. ii.
Productive LanJ.k Mr. Enanhri?
I'ot ter, of Norwich, Connecticut, publish
es in the papers, that he " has raised the
preseni season, from pne and a half acres
of land, situated on the Little Plain, so
called, 6tie hundred and fiftu bmheli of
idtclled torn, by actual measure, and fvt
Will a guld.lfeecc.give to a sheep more brains i horse-won had of winter etjuahct. The
corn was planter! irTTinrsTanfrTnlnvBtetf
in the common way, without any extra
expense or expectation of producing an
unusual crop. From the above result ho
has no hesitation in saying, that the
same land is capable of beinjj made to
produce we h undrcd and twenty buthtU
per acre, with proper management "W "
IHHPR CIt A fHTSICUW.
. Ileader, Sahj-rarlo llatas! 'ho-Hlorei :
He ' those he virited before ! . -
Par of an epitaph, written bv Sir VV. J ones.
probably intended for himself:
Here Was deported, '
Tbe mortal part of a man
Who feared God, but not death
1 . ... .
nna maintained independence,
But sought not riches ;
, H ho thought
None below bim, but the base sod unjust
og Stfie bin., but th wise and virtuous".
' The Sieur V 'incest AWzTwaa orescn- I
tefL.fln.3Iondujrto the IVetsident of-he, J
ntate. and was received by the President,
as Miniitcr Pfeninotcn. of the H wsestlc
ijownsouiamuurj-.Lubeck and Uremeti.
The Doard of Commissioneri-for set
tlinp; the claims of Citizens of the United
States under the first article of the Treaty
of Ghent, is now in session in this city.
The Board consists of Lanedon Cheves,
of Pennsylvania ; fenrv Sewull, ol North
Carolina; and James Pleasants, of ir
pinia. Aaron Ogden, of New 3ersey i
Secretary to the Board. ' '