SAWHVitr. .snniit c.mnuxJ,
n.iiii -!.... utihlMimrnt. ailuatfd
VT.S 1 the north corner of the Court-
i I Ilmie, UU been rcwmj -
titcJ ui. In new nd rtperior tv le, ff the re-
ception .f Company. Iht !" nc
. teen' taken to procure fur tin cMiuii.inrw.ii
new furniture of f very description, neerswry
fur the comfort .f Traveller- i the mo-1 an
' proved s-rvant lire been selected With
. . . iha Ur itw kitl with choice Oqiiort, nd
-tl. .table attended by obliging and
frostier. TIte tonvemenca of tin iluatkm it
nnt! to anr in the nlace. Tlio house aontatns
. tu.mW nf nrint room, and OUt-houseS, WCll
r. th renmmodtion of Travellers
""'nnd Bortlcn."Atlcbed to wbtoh," ffieriU .,
IM,prjr pood and U'M'k more.
fo UW whd roar PfrM frrM on
nder their uy SS&S
"" ' ' 11 l'VTrl""'"-'"1"
THE MOTHER end LIFE o" TRAT)E.
r mUBMbieriber having removed, hi Store to.
I - riJ M.rwcitullv imitea alLUwaajslia
re Indebted to him to come forward and settle
y the first day of March next. Tbae who fail
is complying, msy ",ft -rd ,,'c"; not1"
fend account! will be placed forthwith In the
band of officers for collection.
F I) WARD CRESS.
cl-.A,. lite. SlL 1827. 99
THOSE indebted to the estate of William C
Love. decM. arc reauested to mike imme
diate earment. a the aluira of the ewate are
tneb that Indulgence cannot he given. Those
wishlnglo aettle, can call upon John II. Hardie,
, ith non the notet are lodf cd, and who can
a round at the lourt-IIoue at ail timea.
. tiKOHGR MlCKE,
riOl I1ENKY GILE.S.
January id, 1828.
CASH WANTED !
I'll HE tubacriber baa declined crerliiinr hit
to make payment ajrainat llie Crat of IVbojary
Brtee-oTifif twdwfgane-ef nut be expect.
V )H reduced price hereafter, for citn 1105a.
t GEO. UTONNAUGIICr.'
o,otfenry,'.S9l 1827. Jl
K H J j 3
i I T
8 9 10 II 13
"14 IT 18 19
22 2J 24 25 Sfl
10 11 13 I ,0
If 30.. U.Jtt
24 ti '.'6 2T 8
fj J6 27 2
25 27 28 29
SALE OF LANDS FOR' TAXES.
Ht Baliabury. on Monday the 18th of Feb.
flVyi J'i thetollowin? tracuof land, or ao
Qtucn tnereot -ae wtu aauay uc u jbujs jor inc
fear 1821, to wit t
40 acre adjoining" funnel MarHn and others,
pen in by Thomu Hobinipn.
S5 acre adjoining Torett Monroe and others,
- riven in by John Jlobley.
C2 acre adjoining VI owl A. Locke and otlien,
riven in by William Moore.
50 acre adjoining Uoct. John Scott and other, J
riven in by Joaeoh McConnauirher.
CW acre a4)oininf1atthew Lne ke and oihrr,
rjrea In by Joseph McConnaughey for Uetarsy
700 tcret adjoining William Pii4ton aod otlieri.
. riren in by Jghn T. Phifcr, . , I
1 Hoiiae and Lot in the town of Salisburv. ad-
joininr Jamea Martin, Jr. and btSera, given m . TjllTtT nnaHty of U'htrr SmhtJ Lmf (Hlt
by bom Hanea. -. j l alo, Otoi -iN. r tale, by 97
2 Book and Lot lying on Main afreet, adjoining Snfhmrw. -fan. 14, 1838, R. WILLEV & Co.
Mary CaynJ oihera, given n hf Ihorreuf - YADklN NAVIGATION' COMPANY
. Hohne for Francia Coupie. - . ..,. a MEETING of the director of the Tadkin
1 House and Lot ly.ng o5 Main rtcrtr, adjoining r .1 "f? V,.L1. 5. r.....i il.
on. it. and other, given in by , - T'Z 12. rfV.l. rJ
Mattcrt of hnpoHaAe-rquire :thcur jattcnt H'n.
TWO Or Utt UIKMMWKS.
26 .27. 23
LovtI'.t of lovt ly thinp are thry
On erth that aoowit y t
l ho n.e that I'.vei Hi little hour, .
Is rrifd beynml lh sculntured fluweri
Ken love, long tried, and cherished loaf,
Pecornr more tender and more itrong.
At thought of that insatiate grave
From which it yearning cannot me.
TatSTRf "I taaarf.
T. Un WH
T. SmI M IM r? at v,
aa SMk la iw m - 1 si7 I
a4 M ! fk f tf (Mf I kW I
f wm n f " .
k IM iMttuI Mi f lfc j Wltrf. "
, aus MMt a .( ' "'', "
. .,lm.f ua SUM if MMk,
. William Pinktton,
House and Lot hi.ng on Water street, ajtnn--.
Ralph Keatter. F. ULAlElt, Sherif.
Xii.lCltt2iL; I40cta. 6t0l
, FORTY DOLLARS REWARD
. . AN away from the auWriber; wrtbe' lsf of
JLl-1 May ta, my jvejtt mj ur.uKur, aooui
or37 jearf 0 age, amooib'blac kin, plea-
aaintountenance Wing onw f hi Angwiw ao
injured by A ncbine as render It uselen, ami,
well a recollected, yiite doubled tip in his
band; and 5 feet 10 or U indiea high. Said
boy belong to the estate of Jewe Wren, dte'd.
now in the care of the subscriber, anil lawful
rent of aaid ettate. It ia supposed hu intends
making his way to some free state. The above
reward will be paid on his delivery to me, in
Lancaster District, S. C. or lodged in any jail in
" Sertll CaPolinarVirginta or Maryland, ao aa 1
receive bim j or 25 if taken in South Carolina.
'rolunblt PLANTATION and N EOROES.
"117 ILL be sold for cub at the Court-house in
fV Salisbury, on Monday, 18lb day of Feb.
fta7 nejt, the Plantutitn whereon Samuel
Touitf now lives, King on 1 bird Creek, adjoin
in John Tetinr. Wm. R. Wood, and other ;
oontaining about 700 acre of as good i-and as
any in Rowan county, about 175 acre cleared,
much nf which i fresh, all under good fence 1
and there are on the premises convenient and
suitable building of all kind required on a large
"9V- will be soM rm the same day and place
"13 likely' A EOftOES, consisting tT3 men,
Women and Children. All sold as the property
of laid Samuel Young, to satisfy undr- eiecu-
tion in my hands for collection.
Price adv. R 1.50. F. SLATER, D. Sheriff.
DR. J W. HILL YARD, .
BEGS leave most respectfully to inform the
citizens of Davidson count v, that he has just
' received a fine assortment of jTretA Medlcinet ,
and expects to receive within a few weeks, from
extensive than has ever reached thia country
and he ptcdre hwtim4. and.talent, in trfwre.
rntirefyr Jii profefsion, "Jlovjefimm
year experience in tne proresion. to meet with
that patronage which a man should, whose
vhole mind to devoted to it. : Hi charge hal
nen-Aceed Ihose made , by other medical
: gentletuen. ifr(.S?, 1,827 79". '
A CURKIER WANTED.
THE subscriber wishes to employ a sober and
indus rious Currier and finisher of Leather,
iromcdiutth, who can come well recommended
a such ; a man with a family would be prefer
red. Generous wage will he given.
OBTSrd vmtj, ia 1 1, 1828; gtO
" HOOK niNDINO.
THE aubsrribcr resperttiilly inform! the cit
. i lens, of 8alibury- and the surrounding
countrv, that he hai eatablished a Hitk Himlrry
in said 'own. on Main Street,' a few "door o,tth
of the Court-ltotifie j wrhert he will be thankful
to receive anv kind of work in hi Ime of buaineas.
From a ntrmber of year experience, in rurrttrs
and Amerrctt, lie frela confident f being able to
give entire satisfaction to all those who m.iy U
vor him with any description of Binding.
Ii!tmk Bookt made to onler, after any pattern
ftirnishfcd, on short notice, and at prices wluch
no one can complain of.
Old Bnki Itebound. either plain or ornamen
faL on th most modrrte terma. All orders
from a distance.faithiuHv attended be pat.
ronage of the public i reptctfully solicited, by
their obedient servant,
JOHN II. DE CARTERET.
SaK?ir, .lrt7 2BM, 1827. 61
" Mdv. cruirim fcaa beta expended
on the Bor.k of Job. Apart from ill
oterpmation several queltiooa hive
beerf debated concerniog the kind of
commit ion, and the antiquity of the
wi.rl j whether the hiimry be true or
f.bijou 1 where the iccne of the to
ry i Uid ; to what age it U to be re
fcrif-d, and by whom it was written. .
Vith the exception of a thort proem
andconclution, Job ia acknowledged
on it handt to be a poetical book. We
do tot aeek the evidence of litis in ex
art versification ; for if any of the
Hetrew writings ever had inch a fer
sifirition, we have now no meant of
atcrruin'mg what it it. Oriental crit
ics arc Dot ao idly employed nowa
days at to search for the tetrameter,
hektmetere'. sapphire, and iambict in
Jerome apoke to familiarly; but any
one who is tolerably conversant with
the Ii'brrw writings, will perceive a
t- ... 1 jr.. -l e
peculiar uiction, ana a aisinouuon 01
semei cr and mtittbers of sentences
into that; kind' nf eirrrespondency of
parts, which indirate tome regard to
rmmcriral harmory j nnd which clear.
Iv distinguish the poetical br.oks from
those which are merely narrative, or
intended only to prescribe rules of life
and ritual observances. The same
distinctive evident es, concerning the
pixtical books of the Hebrews, cannot
fail to discover thttntelvrs in a skilful
version ; auJ though most of the rea
ders of our common translation of Job
h;ivc probably never suspected that
ihcy were reading a poem, yet. with
very little change of phraseology, and
with suitable divuions of the lines,
tbcY rnu'jt cease to have any doubts on
the subject. But there are much high
er qualities of-poetry in the book be
fore us, in comparison with which
versxivajnerc accident, an insignifi
11 arrai'.-i.a r.t wt.'.t t' '
heir of the lte Trcanurtr, gtys ti e
Fayctteville Observer, wKith received
the sanction of the Legilature, a!I the
I3ank Stock owned by him at his death,
Is to be received by the State, at par,
In part payment of, his deficiency.
Also, the negroes, (108 ia number,)
and all the real ettate which, agreea
bly to his will, can be conveyed, are to
be made over to the Governor, for the
use of the State, and sold on credit
of if 2 and i years, under the direc
tion of the Treasurer, Attorney Gen
eral, and Col. Joseph Pickett. A suit
is alto to be iostitutedf to ascertain, ju
dicially, the amount of the defalcation.
There U to much of myttery about
htt defalcation, and the Treasurer
stoo before "the world with o perfect
ly , faij.i character, that we, in' com
nwnwithr.thC;whoie people oftne
State, have toped 'tixtMjiii
mittake, which .yf)Mi)ic4f
and that it. would finally appear that
the Treasurer was no defaulter. W e
ericve to say, that no fact has been
disclosed to place the matter in such
favorable light. I here Is one circum
stance, and we have no pleasure in
stating it, which proves conclusively,
we think, that the deficiency is of
more than a year's standing. It it this :
That in the Annual Treasury Hep rt
of 1826, it is stated that there wa de
posited in the two banks at Kaleigh,
the torn of 284,248 J and that there
remained in the T rtauuru. to meet the
current demands, the sum of 884,220.
This was thortly before the meeting
of the LeguUnre ; and it appears that
the Treasurer," during that session,
checked on the Banks foe the sum of
&3 i,4J4 being nearly at much as the
entire demands on the Treasury du
ring the session. If the money had
been in the Treasury, at reported, it
would no df'Ubt have been applied to
the purpose or, which it was sald tn
be- rei ai ned..The. infeirnce ?sf we
think, evident, that it wai nei thertl
cUaa with Lccswax, t.A trace fcurci
upon it with a needle, taking care that
upon it witn a ncecic- takmc; care that
every stroke cuts completely thro' the
wax. Next make border of wax all
round the glass so trt prevent any liquor
when poured on from running off.
Then take some finely powdered fiuate
of lime (flour spar) strew it evenly
over the gUss and then gently pour
upon It, ao as not tn displace the pow
der, as mush concentrated sulphuria
acid diluted with thrice its Weight ia
water, as is sufficient to cover the pow
dered flour - tpar.- Let every thing
remain ia this state- for 3 hours; then
remove the, mixture and - clean the
glass by washing it with oil of turpeo"'
une i .tha-.fgures, hicjwerejracei
thro1 the wax will be engraven on the
glass, while the parts which the wa'
covereti will i be- uneortode d-The
fluat'e of lime is decomposed by the""
lolphorlc acid, and tulphate of limp Xi
formed. The fluoric acid, disengaged
in the geseout state, combine! with the
water that diluted the sulphuric acid,
and forms liquid fluoric acid before the
glass ia corroded. ,
.WrfW facreeV-j Ma Odoar tf Rtm,
For thi purpose, wccordine t the
author of the method, a large onion is
to be planted by the side of the rose
tree in such a manner that it shaU
touch the foot of the latter. The rosea
which will be produced, will have in
odour much stronger and more agree
able th-n such al have not been thua
treated, and the water distilled from
these roe is equally superior to that
prepared by means of ordinary ross
Defacinf Dank Rtih.Ktbmi "
pondent ol the Middlesex Gazette re
marks, that the general method of
defacing Villi suppose d to bf" counter-"'"
frit, it such lhat by the tise of a err -tam
liqrjtd called Chlorine theintrks-
may be- nade t-disappear, and the bill
pass as-currei.tly-as JcloretThis.i5
extTnVively practised td the greardanl--
age of the public and particularly to
the Banks. It mav he prevented by
Endo'rteritn 'XoTei feVi-Ptthsp
the act passed at the late session of
the legislature, says the Raleigh Re
oister. makinc the endorsers of bonds
aod notes, liable as security in the same drawing the pen across the names of
manner as they would be, if they had! thr Prid,nt t Cashier. Then if
aigoed on the face of the note, con-!" attempt is made t. take the marks
cerns the community at l?rge more i horn the bill, the names will be takea
than any other. The commonly re.) lo, and leave it in a aituation not to
received opinion has been, that the en-he written on again. The defacing
lr.rr of a fcond or note was not se. with printing ink may be taken off by
rurity, unless so expressed in the en, another process j but by doing what ia
dorsrmrnt. when the law ha "been. ; fore autcd, every thing of the kind.
that unless the person tvwhom the en., may be prevented. i ,
dorsement was rhadeinade a demand - - .rr.'.,. .7 '-A'.
of the maker an.l gave poticejthereof ? VXtnar STJTE3 CJLEADjiL
rai J" tv.
io me rnuoracr, w.u.m . .om.h.u.c m9 Geortt WMhinrtsbornllthPeb 17S
time, iiie cnuurscr was cuuniru, died 4!n I'ee. 1799, agrd 68.
Aside ffom'thVihi-T reasonable "l7$7, John Am;Wi 19th Ort. 1735
Stale itf Xtrth-Cartlina, Iredell i'vunty :
OfPF.RIOK Court of Law, Fall Term, 1827
O Pallv Deaton t. Jamr Ueaton; Petition
for Divorce. In this case it ia ordered by the
Court that notice be giveri fur three nvinth in
the Western Carolinian, printed in Sali'burv j
audi" the Star, printed In Kaleiglu that the
defendant .lame Deaton, appear at the next
Superior Court of Law to be held for the Coun
ty of Iredell, at the Court House ir. Statesville,
on he fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in
March next, then and there to plead to, or an-
swef the ' petition of Sally ITeatoiy'w that lb
me will be taken pro contt sso, ana win De
heard ex parted. Copied from the minutes. . ..
13t9 Test : "JASCAMPRKLL, C7.
Slate of .'arth-Caro!inn, Iredell cminly
Tl OBEUTUIl'llltHlid Carson, AnJ
It drew Carson, v ilium tarson, tieazur war
ton, Mary Carson, Joel Wetherly and his wile
Maracaret, James Scott and hia w ife Martha, and
Samuel Carson : Petition for the sale of Die real
estate of Samuel Carson, deceased. It appear-in-
to the satisfaction of the court, that the de.
&udaU in lhkcM.residewithoit the limits of
this state, it is therefore ordered that pubhea
tion be msde for
Western Carolinian, printed in SaCsoury,. giving
notice to said defendant to appear-ar next term
of said' court to be held fuKthe county of Iredell,
on the Sth Monday-after the 4th'iMonday, in
Jlarcli flo.t.xhfieourt-hpuse intateville, and
plead, aiumer, or demur to iatd jpetttldni ttfthe
same will be taken pro confeiso. and heard ei
parte as tu them, Witness John Mudiat, clerk
and matter of our laid court, at office, thi 20th
Dec. A. D. 1827. 6t0
JOHN MUSHAT, c. m. e.
ologtf al question. Concerrfing its inspi-
at ion, there is inlt a spirit of poetical
inspiration, and an effulgence of sub
lime conception, which place it above
all that is called beautiful tnd grand in
epif or HramatTc atory'i The herOf in
deed is distmcoished by none of the
f.ivorite exploits of Grecian or Roman
tame. He has the patience and pru
dence of Ulysses, ai d the piety of
iEreas, without the dissimulation of
the first, and without being blazoned
by the deeds of personal valor ascribed
to cither, - lie ia altogether a moral
hero. The sublimity of his character
is wholly a moral sublimity. The
character is not indeed perfect or im
maculate ; but, taken as a whole, it
affords nn illustrious example of con
stancy under sufferings, and of a mind
triumphing, by the aid of conscious
virtke and unshaken' fidelity, over a
succession of adverse events and over
whelming calamities, and the perplex
ing conduct of real or pretended
:Iit. is worth while,, therefore, to
give lit (the Book of JobT any particu
lar nime, we have no tibjection to call-
it, wth Mr. Noyes a didactic poem
upon the ways of Providence ; the
.-. .k- f,..T 7.,n!f- - iiettn, ju iirzo,swdi.
""-'r"--y.180,; Tbon7,nwW2d April 1743 1
offfretPby mt or otherwise f ihtroat died 4th July, 1826, axed far1
sequence of w hich has been . severe ' 1809, James Vadium oorn 5th March; 1751.-
ion, jam ps ..icmroe. oottv ifit npni, w j.
1825, Mn Qid ncy Jdame, born Uth Jury, 176.
Vice Hreridenit. i 1814 John A rmstrong,
losses and disappointments.
rtr-.j r a .....
seq.t the late aetsion of our Iegtsla- 1797 Umma Jtffcr.
ture in relation to tlower. "Under the- " , ' -
farmer law, the Jury cre compelled j ;,
to Hsign to the widow, her proportion lfll0 Klbridge Gerry,
in every separate trait, thus impairing 1817 Daniel i. Tomp-"
the value of each tract, and taking. r ,.
c . . 1 , r it- ' 1S25 Jh C. CalSiu.
from the widow the chance of selling
her lands to advantage. By the re
1816 Wm. il. Craw.
JTtOR land sold by order of writs of veQdjijpni
Nantutkt " Inquirer, ""so savs " M r.
Jenks of the Evening Bulletin, in re
ply to a call for the reason why he
controversy and enlist under the ban.
ners of one or the other of the con
flicting parties, says he will engage to
do so, whenever his correspondent
will show 'why headach is spelled
toitApvt a final e, and belly-aihe twA.'
law, the jury have the option of : 1789 Thoa. Jtfferwn,
. ' . J . . . 1TQ1 P.dmM Itaiululnh.
assigning the wnole numoer 01 acres U9J Timo Pickering,
belonging to the widow, in any one isoo John Marshall,
tract, having regard to the interest of 1801 Levi Lincoln,
Printing for the Blind. Books have 1810 Robert Smith,
been printed by order of the Edin- J5J2 JJJJq 'JJJ'
burgh Blind Asylum, by which blind 135-0.
persons are enabled to read; and anl
apparatus, by which they may com! Secrttcriet I) ar.
municate one with another by writiog, 7f5 "imo! Faring,
is also said to be in a state of consider. 1 1796 James M'Henry,
able forwardness. The method, of j l0o Samuel Dexter,
1801 Henry Dearborn,
1S09 William Btiv -
printing trwritng we - have not ieen
explained ; but its. practicability may
be easily understood on reflecting that
the forma pf letters, and their relative
ledtrMtgivf--whithria:tft . estah. positions in syllables and words, may
hsh it truth, that character u not to
be inferred from external condition ;
and to enforce the duty of tubmitsion
to the will of God?
be as correctly conveyed to the mind
through the sense of feeling as through
that of tight. The' signification of
words and sentences are to be obtain
ed through operations of the mind,
unconnected w ith the mediums through
w hich the words and sentences reach iu
A. jury in the city of New York has
found z verdict of &1000 damages, and
six cents CDsrsy againir t ycrung hlood
for drlilftg his sulky overV M r; Ric h
ards on one of the turnpike roads,
where there was room enough for four
carriages abreast. A few such ver
dicts tfs this, will teach these Jehncs to
be better whips
1818 John C. Calhoun,,
1BV3 Jamee BVeur.
Secretaries f Ike Tref
1789 Alex. Uamil'on,
1795 Oliver Woolcott.
1801 Samuel Dexter,
1801 Albert Gallatin,
1815 Geo. W. Camp
1816 Alex. J. Dalk-,
1817 Wm. H. Craw-
1825 Richard Ruth.
Secrefariee if t he
1789 Benj. Stoddard,
1801 Hobrrt Smith,
1H09 Paul Hamilton,
1814 William Jones
1816 B. W. Crownin-.
1818 Smith Thomp
1823 Stm'l. L. Snt-md.
The site of the new Town of Co
lumbus, at the Falls of the Chatahoo
chieeorgia,. incorporated by au aci
of the Legislature, already attracts
much interest i about forty building
have been erected, among them two
taverns, some stores, shops, &c.
M. Ude, the celebrated French oook,...
hs neen engaged alrib Hotel of
Crolrhford, in Londonwith r 8Blry" W '
13,000 (85333) a year, lie is fitting P
a hbuse for his own t-mily Alberm -street
1 and the scene of his future ope
llVruy Tick fbrt!r William M-W Cm ,,.
and John P. Decatur, were bound over, m
Hew York on the 20th utt; .to keep IW
peace for - behiR concerned in acntling t
challenge to .Hujjh Maxwell, DistrioJ Af