J : L
a.iuiHUiir, yottni c.ihouy.i,
JT IU Attr.MOJtO. ' 1 .
tlHH elejrant rptabhimmt, ltratea
at nrth corner of the Court
l ill'Kiw, has been recently rpwrra ana
i t.l In a ticw and iiintnof S'vlc lor tn re-
erpthm of Company. Ihe greatest pains have
hst Uke) to procure for this eitabli'hment
hew furniture of everv description, necessary
Tor tlie eomM of Traveller i the rnnst ap.
proved crvnt hsve been selected with (r
f ri tU bar storked with etwlce Kmior, and
lh stable tended b otdipn; nd Attentive
tiostler, Tti convenience of tliU ilution Is
emial to any in the place. The house on' tin
number of private room, and mit-boose, well
. alrtifoted fur id arrommodat.ot nf Travellers
"To lboe who may pleaae to eH w filnvho
Mwre them thtl no nam will be prd to
TMiiltr'Jliftf"i! t6table and nleaaing.,.
, ' EZRA ALLF.MONG.
SnlUbury, Sffit. 7.1837. ' M
. . X. T7ZLLXTT ft dtV
' - fJh f Se stfe .Ifriar oii Pettf.J
ejf AVR Jtrst reeeive from Nw
Il,Torlu larj tupply of
Paints t '
Which, together with tbeir former ttoek, make
their present aaaortroent replete with lb moat
Valuable Me&cinn told in mir country. A they
Ore determined to mke thi establishment
worthy of public pitnnaee.'the now offer for
ilc, Wholesale and detail, the alve MnLtinr;
(ft. on the most reasonable terms.
Phytieiatu in this tectiou of the country, ai
wl as thoe to the westward, who, heretofore,
tiave been in the hsb'rt of supplying themselves
With Medicine from the north, and elsewhere,
will And it for their intrrttt to encourage the ef-
t ff....i...., ir, MUlK litis
t Useful and permanent stand.
N. B. OraVr carefully ami piincfualljr ptit tip,
arreeablv to direct Ions i and on the shurtet no-
. lite. Salitbwry, A 20,1 R27 89
ffOlf RAILIGH TO SJUSHURT.
jl purcjiara tmi rou'c
of MJohn Morf in(r, Jun.
respectfully Informs the
puW aht, nu eiertions in bis. power J'l. tc.
wantinr to render it as expedition), safe and
cfpfortaire as it has hitherto been timler the '
MperinJemlenct of 1U To'rmcflH Jefat! Wbtf and
There will be no change in- the roate. - The
Stage, as usual, cuatinuc to run from lUIcifrh
toiiasbury, tie Pittsborwirh and Ashborourh,
once a week. It leare Naleirh ertnr iar
at S o'clock, r. m. and arrives at Salisbury on
Monday V IV otract, a. m. rncn of pasaare
ftora Raleirh to Rarisbnry, 7 dollara, ami at the
ante rate for any distance on the- route. All
' trunk and other baggage takea into the Stage,
'Stall be delivered at the place to which they
are directed, on the respomiMKty of the nib.
criber. The subscriber haaard nothing in
MyK ba tlua U lh t rhmttmm mriA
inost ajyeeable route from Uateigh to Salisbury i
and he, tberefore, with the greater eonCdencc
olicit public patfonare.
v EOROE WILLIAMS, Jr.
v Jamiaij t, 1828. ' 3mtl4 "
TOUNO SIR' ARCHIE,
. BT OLD SIX ARCHIE. OF,HO.LSVXE,
WLL stand the ensuing
aeaann, at the store of
Jurtsn U Clayttn, at Heaty's
Ford, within iff miles of Lm-
ami 83 of Charlotter nd tiTI'tef Te t to
Mares at the rerv moderate price of g8 the $ .
Bn, 5 the single leap, and $15 the insurance,
tbe mone for in4iiranoe will be claimed as ronn
iKMwsswajr the mare 4ticotd tale with foal, or the
j:w'tweperty tMftir"'v"rz- r ' ,z:r
' 8ia Aacata is a beautiful -dark bay, 7 years.
- rdd next pm, upward of 16 band high, of
great power, action and rigor ; and, in point of
Wood, is inferior to no horve in the Southern
States, as will be feen by the following certifi
cate from Judge Cameron and Mr. Dennehnn.
dT Orange, which fully establishes his pedigrtf :
' We certify, that the bay Stud hore Yonnp
Sir Archie, solil in August last to Mr. Alfrrd
M. Ouron, of Lincoln county, was raised hv
$ZVS?iSStt!$ fa ?nTIlH'rVcl,.ii.'!';'
Druid, his great, great dam, by Mark Anthony,
(le was six ) ran old last spring. January 224
JK8. A DUNCAN CAMERON,
TJIOVAS P. HENNEHAN."
The Season will comment on the 1st of
March, and end on the 1st of August ; good
pasturage will, be furnished gratia, and grain at
ithe market price, if required) care will be ta
ken to prevent accidents or eraprs, but no lia.
bility for either. ALFRED M. BURTON.
Ftbrvam YUK, 1828. 6t03
The Catawba Journal and YorkvWe Pioneer
will publish the above 5 times, and forward
their accounts to me for pay. . A. M. B.
V' ' BOOK BINDING.
fjTHE noscTibcr rrspectfiiliy informs the cit-
laena of Salisbury, and, the snrroumlinr !
in ..1.1 tm... U.V C. - t J .L
-flftheCmirt.rioiM'et-where he will bm thankful
to receive any kind ofjvork injiii line of business. y,
From a nuninprnf (.in MrTnr in wnssSS""
atid America, he feels Confident of being ahle to
five enure satisfaction to all those who n.ny f.
ror him with ny description of Biutling.
iJtlunk Jkt made to order, after any.pattcrn
liirijished, on short notice, ami at price which
tUf one can complain of.
Ofrl Booki fiebttm't, either plain or ornamen.
ta.l,on tne most moderte term. AH order
... from a distance, faithfully attended to. T he:pt.
' ronage of. the'publfc Tacihih'tltHliy'
their obedient aen ant,
. JOHN H. T)E CASTF.nET.
r I JHB. publick are cautioned against trading
'J:"1ttr -"nMt tf hatkt- jdW to me bf Mfbt
Crn, some time list summer, for siatv.fiu
dollars, due the first dav of .la ntiarv. lA'VK. .a t
f paid in Tull by tlie said Joseph Crew; id
.oie was io wnn sundry other notea and pa.
per, together with my Pocket-book and Coat,
on n.y way, home from Petersburg, Virginia,
sometime in November last. .
' &tlft emu?, ra. !6M, 1828. CPj
IaKD.I Af TAXt3,,'i laiDttX.
IWILI. sell st the court hmi in Sta'eiviilc,
oti the 3d Monday in April, the following
tracts of imf, or so murh thereof as will pay
lite 7kres for the years I82J and 1 8 Jo, u i
fly whom fi'irn i.
N' Jsmra Swann
Aaron !ewe ,
jamei I Mir
Jamff (1. Ms)ie
JerenuJt PoUt ,
.12 a Janica rnrter
Heorgo Keul 'mr-.
"'Jonathmi Mam '
Good ridge Moon
A. ft. nu all
-We In Culver
Levi ttagw els
IlichsH Chsfflbtf .
Thomas C rabbi
JuIm Keeton .
- Jordan Myara
" Matthew Huberts, jr.
LucretTa 'peatl" "
v Levinia Khoertiaker
1 jtabert Ahtmr---"
Alrvander ilartnerl .
' William limners
William Lackev, ruo
Highly I -noper
W illiam Struart
John P. Daker
laTf" I ' fataveveef T"
.AbejahcrrifT ... .
John Woonrinjf '
, Edward Teajrue
: John Templeton ;.; :'
- Wiiiiam Warreis
Willi H. Privit
W illi.im Potts
1 hom Heynolils
William Mcleod, jr.
William Mrlxod, sen.
Joseph McKay, fur bis rulhcr's
1ta!ph Steuart lit)
Howell Alley fiK)
Herrv Hobb's 4SQ
Hobcrt McKay l?0
John Norwood U4
Kobert neaty . 3J0
I 13' '
.Umea 7 empleton, farmrr
.Tohn F. Cook . --DeDjamin-lLCflwan
f atnrk Graham
. George McHenry
- John flell, in tnret
Samuel Fleming ...
Andrew Kerr,4n trust for Clay
ton heirs- 780
- John McCuiloch - $00
Smith Reynolds 1C6
David Wooliver 250
Uanief 3ieKay. , m. tfs
Itichard King . 400
500' - '
P. C A LD W ELL, $h ff. iJrtdett.
?!' on n anie day,, about 20
t yLanct, ah venditioni exponas, aoI eae-
eVA. 28M, 1828.
J'.LANK BANK BONDS,
F'l.i ie form now required, tor sale at the
office of the Western Ctfrwllnhw, fefebar,
ranis Has. Slt
Rdilor, t lo poorly naif ,
Quit ! o!i quit thy banes trade,
Kre thr dunning, jximig, workinp,
Drir.g I O and sVierilTl lurking!
Cease fmd hoper, tea tby calling,
8ee thy brethren rounl thee fulling!
Hark their warning wire as
Itrnther scribbler e away I
. Tta thy trade that t ! i"!,h '
niighu thv prmpecs, waatea h wcalrti,
Iads with hollo smiles to sorrow.
Promising good hick It-marmti
Till vouth recedes, an friend are gone,
" . An.1 boiMls, and ffrera? bring.
..i CumX.re Ihy hodr is past, and cry
"?"rim'lifrwhiw nrt'iy vterawy "
tpitaphu e GtntUimiH wktu ami was If ATT.
'' lty IJeMhVimpV ertM 'w'ai Bi&rf V
poor Halt he Det beneath thi stone
. , -,, Oa him enisfurtune oft did frown,
let Halt ne'er wanted lor a errans '
When many years of constant wear
Hal made bis ttawr some hat bare,
Ixath saw, and pitying hi mishap,
Ifu give!) bint her a g wd hng nap.
T Phyticinm.K gentleman calling on
inrna. IIIIU tV ,nn Minn wtw.v
1 the following line on tb bare of hi card t
M nkviZrlan mMit sour ork be done.
Rut rtsa are like a dauUt barrtti run i
From one diacbarge sometimes a bird has fiovn
A second barrel alway tnngt ifram.
MANUFACTURES, WOOL. fcc.
The following lie port was made to the Howe
f Commoos ol the Legislature of thi state, on
nxmber from Salisbury, chairman of the select
cammlttee on the subject t
! -4th. Pmiiions.
The ablF and rlimite of Nbrtfi Car
1 olina are well luited to the production
of all the rteceHViea ot life dependiog
oo agriculture. In .thia . rtprct u
unitea advantigei over the Sutri ei.
j cupy a rt of middle ground where
the staple and product of the north
' ,trt lom1 mttt n f0!! proiimtty to
1 ,hc "ch hclds. A we recede
o'TrortTTTtr eirifjaro towara we wc5
'yg j ,CTn Par of State, wc are con taot.
y ascending, and it it known that cli
jodo j mate depends as much on altitude
' as on latitude. Thus, in the upper
'iro ' reePons c ,!,c State, we have a climate
SOOlatid atmosphere wcltau1ted to the
j growth of all thr small grains and all
the vegetables necessary for the com
forts of life. Indeed there is no part
t ,! St""- vhere they do not cmtr
well, rurnish bt snwrkett iorMrtfi
cles of this drcrlpti6of antf ther-will
soon be produced here In the greatest
Quantities and at the cheapest rates.
The .same mav o a "f
meatparticularly of beef and m'titton.
In a word, ihen, to far as the manu
facturing establishments depend on
suonlies of provisions, abundant and
Slh. Climate, healthy and tn:!d.
The rieor of the New-England cli
mate is a drawkack on.the profits of
fuel tbs-re to kep the establishments
comfortable, n4 for the use of the 1 p
ctatives thn htrt, 2nd. The npera.
tives have to be rWe thickly and ex-
pensively clothect And 3d. The
streams often frtze up and stop op!,
In North-Canojna, we have a mil
der clirruie: our'atreams but seldom
freeze. In poir.tjof the heahhincs?,
the western sect' of the State 4a not
inferior to any part of the Union 1 and
when the swamp in the east are drain
cd, the same rqay be anticipated of
that section. I 1
6fA. Ski land Capital.
In these two r quisites North-Carolina
ackno vledgjs her de6ciency but
they are wants that can be supplied ;
thty are elements that may be created.
Fo- skill, we must in tbe beginnig, be
hndtbtrd to the North and t Europe f
ut let the system once take root
am on u, and experience, will create
kjlLjLhome. VVhen manufactories
were frst introduced into New-Eng-land,
th wast of knowledge and skill
in the business was as much felt there,
as we now feel it here. Indeed, they
labored under greater disadvantages
irun we qoj rr tney nan w import
their superintendants -andmecbnics
jfrom Eurore- while wehaVeem,
cult, owing to the. laws of Gre:it-Brit-
table and qualified rr8"ons'tnl1e:w"e.,
shall find no difficulty in procuring
such persons froift the North
As to capital, owing to the purVtuts
of our people, it is hard to be com
manded hen-. The wealth of our cit-
ixens cooMsts jn property that is ,not
.easilF converted iota monev,iri laodt
t.z f f.f 't;J. V7tf CI fn3 1:;::- cS
but few persons who are able to com
mand cither the whole, or part ol
the fundi necessary to put manufacto
ries' into operation i and, therefore,
for capital , at for skill, we must, in
some measurei depend on the North
ern States f and it is certain, when the
monied and enterprising men ol the
North fully understand how profitably
the business may be pursued here,
they will be "the Erst to embark in it.
But n, from prrjudief( or from 9 want
of a knowledge of the superior advan
tages enjoyed here, that should not be
the case, then there if yet way by
tern. What ope or two, or. tew in
dividuals cannot effect, may be accom
plished by the unioffof Winy persons.
Companies may be formed, in every
county of the State, Composed of. indi
viduals, each contributing a small
amount, which" in the aggregate, will
make sums sufficient to carry through
the object. ' It is a fact, well known,
that the manufacturing system - was
first principally introduced and estab
lished in New-England, by the means
of incorporated companies. Thus, we
see during a single session of the
Massuhusetts Legislature, that eight
manufacturing companies were incor
porated, some with Urge capitals, and
in none of the States at the North are
applications of this nature ever re
fused. The Londoo Magazine,"
in a very able article on the resources
of our -country, remarks on this sub
ject t " By what secret the Americans
contrive to recder coritrrns under the
management of companies of this sort
profitable, ; would be worth enqairrngj
for ft is evident, fronvthe gradual and
continued grw tb.of establishments of
this kind, that they are not unprofita
ble. Seeing that thev do prosper,
companies of this description are of
inr mgnesi importance in a c:juniry
Tike America.Jt'hough wealth increa
ses ra7TdlyVTt irilsolvucViurjdlvided,'
by the custom nf the rqual petition nf
property among the children, in a coun
try where marriage is universal, and
families are large. Therr .re few large
capitals I and the enterpines which re-
qnirelrge capitals, if performed at all,
must be performed bv the union of the
small portions of wealth, which, in a
owners, unless employed by others for
Another reason tn favor of incttrpo
rations of this kind is, that in this wsy
large capitals. may. be concentrated,
and large capitals will build up Urge
estabUshments. Large establishments
always make greater profit than small
one amontr other reasons, because
they can afford to procure greater -A ill j There -irtw speetilatton-inj-theif
and better manag'-ment. Thus, some j errs ? and they are mnch later in de
few years ago, before the hte protec-, Sloping their mental powers, if im
tion,.the Waltham Factory, which had , fjeerj they ever do enjoy the full exer
an immense capital, divided 40 per cise of them. -r-z--
cent;: prt6tS-whU the.amaller.::esb-
lishmcnts compiatnea ji maairig n""LlfJr(ir Vines; Theoolckest methoa
thing. To insure success in our State, C' pnofin grapef, is,to graft ;iheflr
therefore, the first establishment ought j ,he j,. ar ,he ground,) of which
to b commenced on a scale of consid-; -9 nrrfj rable into the roots of large
erable extent, and then they could af. LJ, n tht. following year, if tho
lord to procure tnc oesi managers mat ,
.1 .t-..i e.. r. :.t
the Northern States can furnish.
We. iish not by this' remark, to
COnwy llic idc tK.s amaU atablish-
menis cannot be made profitable. On
the -contrary, these arc the ones that
will do most to improve the general
condition of the community.
The Committee have thus, at grea
ter length than thty could wish, presen.
ted their views on the policy f intro
ducing the Manufacturing System into
Nnrth-Carolina. They firmly believe
that it is the only course that will re
lieve our people from the evils that
now so heavily press on them. We
hiVr nearly reathed the loarest point
of-depressioBraBd it is lime for the
Krrin. Our habits and
prejudices Tare :"'agi1nst manufacturing, rr, which ef.n- by -that
hnr uir mMatrWlclohcorceQfiiArafrt? it.
things, and profit by the indications of
nature. The policy that resists the
change, is unwise and suicidal. No
thing else can restore us, it will soon
flourish like a vigorous plant in its na
tive soil ; it will become our greatest
means orJweaUh'and' prosperity ; . it
in a great measure, make us imlepen
dent of Europe, anihe Ncr
Nature ha mad,feusf iaioxejn?
pendent of thefh than they are of ua.
They can manufacture our raw mate
rial, But they cannot produce tt.r We
can raise it and manufacture it too.
Svich are our superior advantages, that
j we may anticipate the time, when the
j manufactured artitTn of fbe Sooth wia,
their markets cheaper than their owa
fabrics, and when the course of trad
and difference of exchange, will turn in
our favor. The Commuter, at this
time, are not aware that it is within
the powers of this General Assembly,. .
by any legislative act, to forward the
introduction of the system into North
Carolina. They however recommend N
the granting of acts tof incorporation
to compahira for manufacturing. pur. ,
poses, a often as suitable applications' '
may be made,'.;;, r 7." . .
'M which fl rtijtjfuUi luLimiiHl.
t . , t CHARLES FISHKR,
the Christian Spectator, who tSas spent
several years in Chili," Jor Chile) re-
raarls thaValtmist Jl ubuncesfrom
the canh and sea, are transported on
the , back;. of.r rhulei jn H thatcountijv
Hay is wholly brought to market it
that way,- A roan mounts his, mule
and stands erect, while "a second
throws him up small bundles of long
green hay, which he placet round him
as our hay makers load a cart. vV heo
the mole is so laden that nothing but
hi long cart and the owner's head am
visible, he in brought to the titty
where the rider srlls to one and anotL
cr umil his load is gone,
Long sticks of timber are brought
to market on mute-back, one on eacb
side of the animal. They are crossed
and lashed two together on the saddle f
the lower ends drag on the ground
behind, and sweep the whole street.
Crcdkt. writer in a Southern
paper,' condemns in strong terms tho
practice! oX-inotherxijtfldziiorses in
rocking infants in cradles. . He says,
to lie noirtly tn - a common bed or
little crib, and sleep when it wants t9
sleep, and freely- play with its liulo
arms nd legs'when" a wake, . islTrdm "
the day of its 'birth, accustomed
to ftissee-iaw " Wbt!6n"whTch 1s "i-i -muchjstjariance
with the dictates of
nature as bnommonensrTA'liabit of
being rocked is thus crea'ed which be
comes difficult afterwards to be dis
pensed with. The little being is ol
most smothered in this confined ma
chine, and often becomes feeble and
ptlny, though bora plamip and healthy
ftTfPaTfeTrTgirTaFd' ip a
come completely addled, iff
come completely addled, irfs"lug
to the merc"of Providence and "not
to the care of its nurse -Hence ithais
teen observed, that infanta who have
undergone habitual rocking, bare not
that sweet, smiling and ' intelligent -;
look which distinguish those who -have
never been subject to it.ThejT
have a snrt of wild clarine stare.
f nas t91cen. fruit will be produced.
?L . . , -u
Thus every farmer wno n.is wwa
vines grow'mt on his grounds may, b
prurint mtimps At naroy joreigu
or native kir.d and paying a little at
tention to thegnfting and training
be soon arid jm ply supplied with
grapes lor market or wine makih-j.
Tht-rc are two sorts of persons
which are not to he comforted j a rich
man when he finds himself dying, and
a beauty when she finds her charms:
A simile .Those who out live their
income y:;spWndorirr tl ress or equip
f . , e -
! atre. are nniu 10 resemnie
B. Atari ffntj and Ptter Derbigty
are candidates for Governor of Louis
iana the former the Jackson, and the
latter the . Administration candidate.
Jhirf. !Wr. Oenrpre Crawford lately killfij
MrMBurnsiue. ia ,C4inibkjaJ?
what is called a DuH.
A friend hrmld alway Lice. a h. enaimi.
Sptalt aslw'thinlts. and as he tl.inVsshould wfite
To friendship true, hut not to justice blind," -
"A girl without ''""trs
a j!'v!(lijg Vuhmit wit. . . .