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Aug. 5, 1828, edition 1 /
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cU'ltu" JClt'tfJ' Xi.iU.l,
ratJ of tht tint Wm if lh aoflC-jw.
Tor the In!
-, Department, for the year one thouaand eight
hundred and t wenty-eqit.
HE It enacted by the tehate and houte
f rehreientativet of tht United Statet of
America In tongrctt attembled. That the
following lumi be, end tbe lime ere here
by, appointed, to wit I . ' t
" For pay lo the Superintendent or Indl
en Affairs it St. Louis, and the severel lo
" dun Agenli sMhorlzed by Ur thirty on
thousand dollars t
For tbe pay.of Sub-Agents as estab
JSe4 by law fifteen thoaaan om bon
"'" Bred dolhra t -' "" ""r f
" ' Tor presents lo Indians, a authorized
j ' two, fifteen thousand dollars. T'
' . "riiTMYi-"f.T-anh amenta tnterare
; ?A ..'ISrr,, ind blacksmiths at ; Peoria and lowsy
i r inaunn ciairoa oi ciairci, iur
' taken bf white mrn holding councils for
kcttfement ol mnerences among inuiao
iribes, Ice. within the soperintendency of
. . a a if ..
General Uark, a estimatea lor or mm,
fourteen tbonssnd three hundred and
for Additional expense arising out of
the recently extended tntercourae wun
-.the Indian t bin th.uicriian i ernio.
ry, and the eatsblishment of a new aub
agency therein, for the Chippewss, high
up Lake Superior, at La Point, or Mi
chael's lalaod, ai recommended by Got
Caia, five thousand dollars t
For additional rxnense at the Red Ri
ver Agency, on account of the removal of
tjuapaws, and attaching them to that agen
cy, agreeably loth tale treaty with them,
one thouaand three hundred dollar I
JjTcr expense attehdiog Indian Agency,
r MtVhlUhed under thVlf e'ireatv with the
iPrtek nartonrand an act f Cbngieaaof
ttrrntieth May, ohe UioUaano etgnr nun
dred and twenry-alx, four thousand five
hundred dollars t
. . ! J! fA. W tnm k axiha Af
Indians, providing fot them for the period
of twelve months after their emigron,
and for rendering them such assistance
- S the Preaidenti)f the United Stater rriay
think proper, in their agricultural opera'
tlnna for the tturDosia of carrvine into cf
feet the provisions "of the existing treaty
Svtth the Creek nation of Indians, having
relation to - the afoteaaid . objects,-JIty
.' iKnncand ftnltara I
' , And the eum of fifty thousand dollars
be, and the same is hereby appropriated,
in enaMa tha President of the Ucited
States to carry into effect the articles of
agreement and cession, enterea into on
. the twenty-fourth of April, one thousand
!ht hundred and two. between the U.
States .andjheJBtat jf Georgia, which
turn of mbner. ot So mucb tbereoi: as
jnayjcncceryi shall be applied under
4he A rection ot the rreitoeni oi me
' United Stalest to the extlnEuianment-ot
i ,;...-lne claims bf lhe Cherokee lodlana, to
all the Jandt, which tbey occupy witnin
Hr4b limits Of tajq State s,
. For contingencies of Indian Depart
tnenr, ninety five thousand dollars. 1
For fundin to ibe-Slate of North
" Carolina the amoUM e t pended by her to
extincuiahine the title of certain Indians
: . of the Cherokee tribe, to reservations of
1. JandjEithin 16e:limit of aM Statet gratr
the United ota tea, in tne yeara one jnou
aaod eight hundred and seventeen , and
:: One thousand eight hundred and nlnttee,
the aum of twenty two thousand dollars.
Sec J. Md be it further enacted That
(he several sums hereby appropriated, be
paid out of any money in the Treasury
BOt otherwise appropriated.
. ;:-v ; A. STEVENSON,
' ' Speaktr of the tlous of ReprrenUt
J. C. CALHOUN,
Ylce President of the- United States, and
,., - . .... , p,,; tje sanjte.
Approved . 2 May, 1828.
, - " JOtnt QUtVCY ADAM9.
Approved! 9 May, 1828. - ;
' .'!;'"" ,o. xxvii. u
As Act to authorize a Rail Road within the
,l)iitrict of Columbia. " ,.
"jjfk u tnactedb the $enat and houte
o refireientatrvet of tht United Statet' on
America trt Cogrei uittmblea, Jat the
assent of Congress to the constructing a
Ril Road by a Company Incorporated by
Ii).iiim f M arvlanrf. from Rail!
iiiv juvjjisixw w 1J ' 1 ...... .
more to the Ct
the same Ta oereotTgtetrior tne txtetrt
thet-Congresa haa ; junsaicuon . ot.tht
soil over which it may past) conceding
to said Company to exact such tolls and
to enjoy such benefits and privileges, as
the act of incorporation of the State of
Maryland gives to said Corporatibn with
In the: limits of the Slate of Maryland I
Provided, in the location of the Road it
r -' thai), not bo lawful fori said Company (o
I h ftanaihroueh anv the reserved squares or
, yy ppiiiwed-1. 4 May, 1 0. x
t!1 . . . , ,ao. xxTuf.
An "ict reifolating.eommercial Jnteicourte, witL
BA it enacted bu the ienate and houte
ofreketentativet of the Uniiid State of
AmehvH Conptto tt$$embled, ibat all
FrrnV. VesaeU. rtimini? directlv from the
lndi of Martinique and Guadalope', and
facture of either tfi'Ul!-'-'
r,-.,iii,l mhnexnorted t
In American Vssiels, may he admitted,
into the Forts of the United Slates on
payment of no higher dntles on tonnage,
or oolhelr cargoes, as aforesaid, than are
imposed on Americsn Vessels, and on like
csrgoes Imported In American Vessels!
Provided, that if the Prealdent of the
United Ssates shsll, at any lime, receive
sstisfactory informailon, that the privi
leges allowed lo American Vessels and
their cargoes and aid Islands, by the
French ordiance of February 6fth,one
thousand "eight hundred and twenty six,
hsve been revoked or annulled, ha is
hereby euthoriied, by rroclanfailon, lo
wiprnd tbo 4peralioo .JieUtnd Jeithwld
III priviregea'ariowed under t. - -
Annrovedi 9 May, 1828.
" - - - L
of all dcriptiL, from New-York aad Phi ladel,
nhia. where thev were aelected by 1'nr.scir, with
cae, and bougnt lor cam, ana winm mn wikhw
on the mart reaaonnble terma. na wui ten mr
cuh at the lownt pricea other ie, on tints
Country Produce bought, at the bchfet mark
pricra. Arrangements are nis to receive
Goo) monthly, from the above named placw
which will kerft up a good tupply of Prth
Coodt. Call at hia Store in SliWy, and ex.
aautte(br ounelvea. JOHN MUKPHY.
N. H. Surar. Coflee. Bait, iron, Mohwet,
Rum, Wines Prench Brandy, eke. &c, , Al, fr
air, aa above, Swaim'i I'uimea, freb
from the proprietor in Jphiladelphia. .
Mn 8rA, 1828. 13t38
smisuvry. Avnni cjiitoLiy.
rt ataa ALtanowe.
t - fpitIS elrfmot eatabnahment; aitualed
1 at the north corner of the Court
ttouw, bu been recently repaired and
fitted op in a new andwiperior vtyle, for the re.
erptloa bf Company.cThrgreatew paina hava
been taken to procure for this citablUhment
new furniture .of. every deKripUonneeffiry
for the comfort of Travellen j the moit ap.
proved acrvanta bare been aelected with great
caret the bar Hocked with choice liquor, and
the itables attended bv obliiripr and attentive
hwtlTS.'"Tbe,eftfwmien o-ilua itua.tioais
equal to any in the place. Tbe honae containa
I number of. private rooma. 'and out.houaea, well
calculated for tfie aceommoilotion of Traveller!
and Boarders. Attached to which, there ia a
Dry Goods and Book Store.
To tbore who may pirate to call on hint, ho
aawrea them that no paina will be apareii to
fender their atay comfortable and pleatin);.
Safiibury Befit-17. 4837
fl E aubcriber haa removed from the
houte formerly owned by Cant.
litbert nVae, dee'd. to the houte lately
occupied by Mr.. David Porter, in the east end
of the town ; where he will continue hia 7lf P.
ERX Me sincerely thanks bis friendi and
the public for the patronage heretofore exten
ded to him i and be aolicita the cootinuanee of
their faroi-7- : ----- -He
pledgea hia unremitting attention to hia
boaineaa, and kindnrts to those who may b
Alcaaed td call upon him. . 13
I 3-,, WHITFIELD KERU..
&gWlr frwfeflra. ATC-rtf 14 1828. ; .
Watch and Clock Makers and 'Jeweller
" CHARLOTTE, N. C. "
nAVR juat received an elegant aatortment
antidea in iheie line whichL they will
fell very low for caa h, or to punctual euitoihers
on a credit. 1J AH kimlt of Watcbea repaired,
an warranted to perform well.
zAt'r H Wr 22 .......
LIST OF LETTERS
RP. M A 1 N ING 'rme Vce tr Tabor
, Cburclvlredclljpuniy July I1U&&.
Albea Tbo mat
Judkin Robertaon B.
Caldwell Mrs. Jane
Mix Henry .
Tomlinaon William H.
L. GOULD, P. JtL
Cotton -"atn.- -
IfOR sale, mktletatt mI retail, 8 row Correx,
. Number 6 to 15, inclusive, at the Factory
prices, from Fayetteviile. Apply to
J. MURPHY, Jgmi.
ftnHtbvn, JSftiy 5, 1828. Uf
Committed to the 3a
OF Davidson county, a mulatto woman, who
aay a her name is Catharine, and belongs to
William Oi of JerTerron county, Georgia, and
waa raiaed in CharWeton, 8. and aold as tbe
property of Jamea Gun, dee'd. She ia about
5 feet high, rather a dark mullatto, between
21 and 32 years old, no particular marki per.
cepiible on. her, more than ber face haa the aj-
tte SwlieTgfgouegemB-tofflg ftirwarrtmrove I
otherwise the will be dealt with as tbe law di
rects. JOHN M. THOMAS, J7r.
Lexington, June 26th, 1828. . ; 21
C ommitted ' to te 3al '
OF Mecklenburg county, on the 22d day of
-April, 1828, a werre wemanv named Anny,
who aay a ahe belonga to a man by the name of
John HerreiW who Tivea In Duphn county, N." tt.
The owner it requeued to come fbrwardV prove
property, pay charges, and take her a av.
N011CB.-.V herena my wife Fanny, baa left
my bed and board Witboot any juat cauae 1
thesr are- therefore -to forwarn all peraomrfrom
trusting ber on mv account, as 1 ant. determined
to pay no debti ahe may hereafter contract.
Wy Mw, 1828. , -27 WM.W1L90N.
BLANK BANK BONDS,
F the nea form now required, for sale at the
otneo ot tne western carounam, salary.
cut, Tle Ai'jt.is jireji- sre
fa the very sky, that the t resi
dent thrtl off his coat to cut t snag it the
comroentnetjt w the Chesapeake and
It ia noilihe first time Mr. Adams has
turned l)s cwt-.ooA. It was no
doubt a kchty that stopped his spide.J
ShamtM. In the Henort of the
Commitle on Retrenchment, page 34,
we iindlhe following items of expen
diture ir the Nary Department t
Da.f feTnensesl in. the Court of
; t i j r.
Enquiry in the case of Com. ,
Porter.' 7 . - ' 152,342 35
Court BlartuI. 5.90.80
rhuitaa It cost the Americans 25,
20 u I J to-( drive from the , United
Sstei!UKl?rjpoe jfjta crratest he
rcs wnat ; Ameytcaa7; ia , mere;,'
ptir lofrioi; tot Wutfcf ind hang hia
'head wheo he sees the Amount,' and
reflect oo the elevation given to hia
national character by the heroic acbiev
mcnta of ( the gallant Porter, now
exiled from the land of hia nativity
the land he loved? Dut then, Mr.
Adams and Mr. Clay have such rt
Duensnce and aiich antipathy to Mili
tary Chieftains,' they thioJc nothing of
apeading several thousand dollars of
the public money in banishing them
from tiar country ! We euppots they
would toander many thousand to get
rid of Jadteoo but dld. Hickory,'
won't gohe alwaya sticks to US.
Porter's jhcart (s wjih ' US, but we
have beej- deprived bf his sen ices by
the presfirAdministration because he
iouid tattubmit ta what : he conceived
to be ancttrageuothe Ametkan char
acfer-ivnh -Septrter, ----- - -
!.. Hurri for Jacitcn M. Koah, of the
New VorVrnquirer, haa -a partot, which
he haslesrhed to cry hurrah for Jackion T
rr. ... . f . " .
r 1 . . 1 . . ; ..
ous account of the parrot a adventures t
Yesterday afternoon we were much
surprised to hear the shout M Hurra for
Jackson !' proceeding from the oRice of
our friend Stone (editor of the Cornmer
cial Advertiser, an Adams paper) On ex
amination, we aaw Poll perched on the
window sill, ogling the Colonel most ux
or iously, - and evidently determined to
bring him over to the good cabfe. The
Colonel was in sn attitude of defence,
making divers desperate poshes at Foil,
and exclaiming loudly, " Go a aWay.
H--0J0U I" " Hurra for Jackson 1" said
Pojf r 6 Go to thuntfefT,rr said Stoner
Cbodshed was prevented by the inter
ference of tbe Police if ays -ieiaed the
culprit, and carried , her tfT all Broadway-
heard tbe about Hurra for" Jack
son T at Poll trsvelled to the City Hall.
4Dsrn tbst bird l'SsidrJonslhan, -frm
Nantucket f Hurra for Jackson!'' said
Poll. On being presented to Justice
Hopsoni the first inquiry, was, M Vh,l is
ybur name i Hurra for Jackson I '-said
Poll What do you do for a living I"
' Hurra for Jackson l" Nothing else could
be got out f ber ; ahe -svas about .being
committed TcTBrlde weffrwlien bUf lielgb
good bebjkjr, tnat she should keep the
peace towards tbe people of Ne w' York
and William L. Stone in particular. " Hur
ra for Jackson !" said Poll, and away she
Rett In the New-York Enquires ol
the 10th inat. we find the following bets
offered on the Presidential election : " As
we " know that the Adamt men are a bet
ting as well as bossting tribe, and that
they make assertions in regard , to the re;
ault of tbe. election in this ststei and in
the United States, in which they do not
believe we. are authorised, in order to
test their predictions, to offer the follow
ing bets : 2 1,500, that Jackton will get
a majority of the electoral votes of this
state g2,000, that he will be elected
President of the United States, and 8100
that be will have one tbe like sum, that
he will have two the like sum that he
"t election, both candidates being alive
when the votes are counted, it the
Jtdaint men bsve confidence in their
declarations, let them dose with thia pro
portion, which ire received with a moit
responsible name, or let them be silent
as to Mr. Adsms prospects. We will re-1
pelt his offer, from time to rime, iff re
ply to any assertion tbey msy make.- r
TtingtM e .i?mrmcred.That Mr
Adams Charged and received for bia cx
penset and-servicer tjefweenthelWth
262,644 00. At this very -time be was
denouncing the government as " being
feeble and fienurtoui. V ,
Thst up to the 4th of March last, the ex
penditures of Mr. Adams' Administration
exceeded those of the last three years
, i - - - , ,
. Tl at in 1807. Mr! Adans'inourjced
to Mr. JcITerion, the Fedetal party, to
which he belonged, as er gaged in a plan
to dismember the union, and In a treaaort
able , correspondence with the Oovernor
of Canada, tbe purpose of which was to
negocUte a secession of the New En
gland Sietea.- - - - - '
That In the spring of the same year,
he publicly lamented ibt fear fhl fir ogreti
of the democratic party and of its princl
Dies, and declared be had long meditated
the subject, and had become conylnced,
that the only method by which the de
mocratlc party could be destroyed, was
bv ioininir with It, and urging It on with
the utmost energy to the completion of
t its lews, whereby tbe mult would prove
so ridiculous and so ruinous to the coun
try, that the people would be led to des
piae the principles and Condemn , the
effects of democratic policy, and then,
said he, we frmy a foriM irgoVernmcnt
oar country, (nan tne jirtoenl
A, C. Journal.
' Clay turned fiedlar.ln some of the
southern papers, it is stated, that Clay, In
his burner through Virginia to Kentuc
kv, scatters political pamphlets'. So he is
a pedlar at last.
A aifn A ballot -was taken - is. the
Presidency, in one of the rosd districts in
the town of Rigs, New-York a few weeks
since, which resulted hi,
19 for JACKSON, and only - -3
for Adams 1
Another tlgn.- Ano'her ballot wat taken
recently in a. boat as it left thia village.
7Wn'y nine out of the thirty on board,
were for Old Hickory ; and tbe remain
ing' One was for Adams only because his
fsther wss ! a "better reasontharr many
can, give for, pursuing the aame course
Jiew York.- In the Nashville Bsnner,
in irw-mra iu ins iricno in jasmine,
In New- York 10 Ms friend In ixsstiville
nave lancn pi acq wiinm ine iai oureiy
,. "1 . ... , T.
state of New-York will give him 25 voles
certainly. We can now best them in thia
village. The Adams men do not think
they can succeed.'
The Boston Ststesman announces as
an important "Sign," that Mr. Adams
has a splendid houie building at QumcV,
which is to be resdy by the 4th day of
A letter from mobile, ol the 3d June,
received in Augusta,' says Our.Cotton
business is entirely over. - We shall not
receive 100,000 bales this yesrx Present
receipt 69 ,897 .bales egsln$t 90,000 balea
last y ear " :j;r-7
Southern Manufacturet-Th Georgia
(Uilledgville) Statestoun, of the 28th ult.
says, that two manufactories for bagging,
negro, cloth and sheeting, in the .neigh.
bourbopd of Milledgesiile, areiacpntem
plstion, and we have been given to under.
stand that ata late sale of lots at the lo -
ju :.: - -,um. r rt.,
vwasT-wartjuiapv' 'fj- asb-iratMeejsw v - waavsse- ea
sgeni ot a house in asvaonan, oougn a
lot Tot umlTar purposes,
.During the night of the o'oth ufiimo,
tbeJTariff Bill, together with the effigira
of Measrs. Clay, Webster, Ererett, Ma
thew Carey, Taylor of New-fork, and
Mallaryr was burnt, amidst a large con
course of spectators at Columbia. & CL
Foreign Jrejudkct.--VI 'ill it be believed thought the convention would remain in session
that English manufactured Cement,' an-! ,Ih.8 f,"mbe.r of ,h
, j weight of their characters and talenta, conspire
der the name or Roman Cement, is H0Wjto render this convention one of the moat Im-
seTfing In this place for ) per barrel,! r and respectable ever convened in Vir-
, 'giruaj the hopea of the state hang upon the re-
when ew.york Cement, neatly put op witrf their defiberations. We hope that this
in papered casks, inspected, and every
. , - i r
way equal to and goes as Isr as the Ln
dish, sells at 84 f Charletton nafler.
John Arae' opinion of the Tariff. "
(He is the Editor of the tankeet pub
lished at Portland, Msine, and tbe avowed
enerar of Mrs. Roysll )..
Aoania pcopie, locy compiain i oi . .ne
, i i l .ii"
tariff too I ..And why i because they
could not help themselves) they were
obliged to vote for it, by the power of
the Jscksonites ; who are therefore an
swcrable for the mischief They could
do no better ergo tbey are to be excul
pated pjust as the frsmers of the- federal
ooostituikm. were, for admitting slave ten-.
retationHbey5tf id the jest, thef tbuldi
At tbe SoutbBbeynarge tbeiariff
northf and here at the tiortb they lay it td
lke.Jl9Mh. L.,?d .we' have it on sll
sides and - on ... e very sfdtreaii i while
this poor tariff ia lost sight off nobody
knows whether it ia what people say of it
or not nobody cares indeed so that the
newspapers are able to grind it up into
poutwai ammunition-paper pelt?.
: -4 - .
AUUUHT 5, 1823,
THE' TKOrLE'S NOMINATION, "
. ( Taaaiaaaa.) -
" Honor and rratitud to the nan fc. 1..'
fltled tha meaaure of his country's glory ."-Jtf.
- Tbo recollection of the public relations In
which I stood to General Jackson, while Preai.
dent, and the proofs given to hlmof the hlrk
estimation In which he waa held by me," fce,
. at t k' r r VA,,lOrv.
m My rnendahip for General Jackaon, and tb
strong proofa of eonfidenoe snd regard 1 hsve
given him. while Freaident, forbida my ukinr
any part Jn.the ensuing preaidential elrrtlon.5
---lAMES MONlfOE. -'
t M General Jackaon' mvictt to thit tutim tn
title him to their kighert mtqrAhii wAse tt.
rare Ada aVra aignaliaed by the purest intentions;'
snd the moat elevated purposes." JAm a
iM' -r t nanwni imwuiia mini .1 in
7tdam.., , t -
ur country, mom rtntwn ttniuiulot to grtat a
ttfa of Hi moral property, never had, I never
can have any other feelinga than tboee of the
moat profound assrscv, and of tha utmoat kind
nesa." IIENBT CLAY.
General Jackion is a clear-headed, strong,
minded man, anil haa more of tbe Koman fa
him, than any man now riving."
' THOMAS JEFFEU80N.
ra tics raisiaia-r,
(ar aocm eaaouaa.)
The (Catingumhed Stateaman, And patriotic?
Advocate of tbe People's Right.
J.I Cf SON ELECTORAL TICKET.
let DUt-. Robert Love, of Haywood count v.
niimiiin Bioiragi nuui.
Peter Forney, of Lincoln.
. John Cilea, of Rowan.
Abraham Pbiinpa, of Rockinghant.
Jobn Ik Morthead. of Guilford.
Walter F.Leake, of Kichmond. I
Willie P. Mangum, of Orange,-.
Joalah. Crudup, of Wake.
1.1 UH r- -t
Joaeph J. William, of Martin.
Kedar Ballard, of Galea.
I-oura D. Wilaon, of Edgeromb.
Richard D. SpiirhL of Craven.. .
tnirmGofrrB;-VitM&tt New Hanover;
espedient to call the legislature of that state to
gether, at suggeated by tbe anti-tariff meeting
at Colleton. Gov. T, aeems to be a considerate
man j ha tbinka that a seceaiion from the Union
would not be tbo aureat way to obviate the op.
pretiive operation of tbe new taruT.....Ue griev.
oiit burden which tbe tariff impoaea. Is, in hia
eaUmation; preferable "'ta tbe horrors of disunion.
Villainy. k ntgTQ lately offered fuT sale, ia
Georgetown, 8. C. what he wiled terrapin rggs,
but which afterwarda proved to be tnake't tnt f
People ought to be cautioua in buying any thing
of vagrant nrgroea : it ia aa dangerous aa it is
in unlawful buaineas.
Piraciet are becoming snore frequent snd
horrible, in the WeM lndiea, than ever known
heretofore i a French ihtpi from Vera Cras to
Dordeiut, was Utely Uken, robbed of 220O.000,
and all tbe passengers and crew, 82 roula. mur
dered.! An Anverican schooner, from Zangua to'
Ne w.Tvrk, iaS Uken, and the pirates cut the
throats of Sty op board, amoog whota wrere a
number of lada, going to New.York to bo edo
cated ' '"'""'"""'' "'' r
Dog aarWy. A poor but mdusrrioua Ger
man, lately commenced the mamifactory cf
wrought wula, at Utica, KaW-Tork i the beliaws
1s kept in blast by two don. mnnlncln s wheel
iio relieve eaco otner a regular perioui.. He
niakea eacellent naUa, and finda ready aakfiif
all of them.
frttrnat Improvnncnt in Virginia. h coovev
tton'of delegate; 17Q in number, aaaembled in VJ
Charloitetville on the 14th ult. to devise tbe
most espedient means to promote inimtt im
provemmit in that state, and revive the fading
glories of tbeOkl Dominion. Jama Miuhttm
waa appointed President of tbo convention i a
committee of 13, beaded by Janet JUtnne, .
Judge Marshal, Judge Coalter, . James Barbour,
and others, waa appointed, to report to the eon
vention the best scbome oftntemaMmprove.
metit. IlC i an ahU renort u esnectedi St. waa .
: esample may sjot be lort to the public men of
North Carohna, but that tney will mate an
fort t0 Jmprove lbe ph,ca condition and caps-
mliUea of their omt state.
Hair rrtnrtwn've. It has been ascertained that
the daily application of talt, ill restore hair to
the heada of thoae who, from fever or other
causes may have suffered its lost. "" The constant
application of aalt, haa been found to give
Miwngtb and ksurianet to bair wbidi was d.
nng ou,Md causing rapid baldness. . This tt a
. - . . i . v.. ,
cosmetics which the inventive eenius of M'
- ' : : - 7 . -
tieur tbe manufacturer of patent flea-powdrn
and flower-pota, ever dreamed of i and it baa tbe
additional recommendation, that it )i cheap, aixi
always at hand. Whether the salt is to be aid
in solution, or in substance, we know nt,
either way would doubtless prove .efflcariwr?
We wish some of onr readers ja Weatera tr
Una. Whoac bralnJiBiia have been divested v m'
ibo'snd: cbmmuriicte;:ibe JTs.lt"?,T-.'-;
HHHi wawii a iiMiMjiiiiiiMi iiiiawaiaiaya),iiii mi i i i
lv The CraveLXVt have been requested .
puoiian we luuoaing recipe ior mc cure vv.-
lief) of that- dian-esrfng malady, t raw.(
3aka Smart tTotd, boil it to a strong liquor,
rink a tea-cup full three timea a day or tt'
three teaspoonfula of theutce of aaid weed m
glaas of toddy. The white-blossomed we 1
besU, '-',.' . '-; .,
Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.)
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