f subscriber has just
Vth,' wi'h as good an M
tilil , SiherAVarr. fV.
"tsViisever niurcl for ?a!c in this place hi
Jewelry h of the nnn .d the Yi-ffm T'
Inokl kJnunahla .ml SS Z . ,aV- i - :.. - Wfu tnttlWswwnanViharer
- Moil humiinatile and elegant kinds to be had in
any of the Northern Citieu elegant Gold ami
Jew clays, be will receive a verf elctrsni assort
i ment of MUita.ru death. A!n. nil t inla nf
. - - - J --- j W tl.v,t vl Wl
Tower thM ,iuchgoo& were .ever disnoseTbT
ymiFi giH prnuT:
Can tcarce be called perceptible.
-In U the female. race i appear,
Hypocrisy, deceit, and pride,
Truth dilriini of a heart tinrprf
.Z4!lww?y t employ;
The public are resDectfcRv mvil&l to eH n
jSJLSsJfcyi1, hi1! elegance;
AH kinds of Wdtc htt Repaired, and rnrranted
u .eej jinje s me snop is two doors below jthe
V9u",nousc,on la-n-street. num. wiiNflE
' SalUhtn-frMMjtd. 1823. ' 20
; JSaitoftMndfof Tares.
IflTjE following traetsof land will be told, for
vuau ai me couri-nouse m Salisbury, on
thondaV.the lth of Fehruarv 1S-JO . nrm m.ml.
I Mereof as will tttisfy theTaxea dae thereon for
, me year iow. .
. 120 Acres, belonging tb.the estate cf Valen
' R!nt tM
, MWW , -
1 Hotise and Lot belonging to Abram Facofo.
- -t ouse ana uk, givco w by UAipl.tteiJcr.
1.15 Acres, given in by Daniel Hough.
.132 Acrer, given in by John Trexler j
100 acres, given in by Henry Knup,
299 acres, given in by Nicholas Rvmer.
. 100 acres, given in by John Sheppard.
, 104 acres, given in by Enoch Philips.
330 acres, given in bv Ceorge llitchcy.
305 acres, given in by Philip Shive,
120 acres, givpn in y Andrew; Setrer;
Alscv X J louse arid . l$t 'by' .the same i . and Cot
Tftwn Ta. for 1R7JI.
r Ihe y-ar 1826, Tax 63 cents. ' 6l',l :' .
imcli t . SfATKK, Sh J.
Dec. 29, 1828.
Ipocfordgeml ftommwlon flfflriess
I -nntifltird b.y the subscriber In Charleston,
8; C. Ednvmaton's.wjiarf i where bis scrvi-
Ce will as Usual h& (If voted In Iho infr.t nf
'thoBwhtimmriit fctisifj -his-eaTtK for the
convr-ntency ot nis Cus'orncrs, he Jias nu le ar
rangements with the following gentlemrn, to
rec-i e and forward 1'itton or goods, to or from
liia address, without delay,, and with the least
Jtowible e S)ense : namely: Jos. H. Townes, at
Che,rw Chss. J. Shannon, Camden j and M.
Antorio, of Columbia.
IIF.NUV W. fONNFi:,
Ck irlftm, Ut, Oct. 1828. MtJ5
THE BACIir.I.'Xt'S SOUWiMVj
Or a nat Putzk in praite Women.
Ilanpy a min may pass his life, .
While free from matrimonial chains,
When he to governed by a wife.
He's m're to suffer for his pains. .
What tongue i ale to declare," - -
, Their limeTa
Their leisure 6H in social joy,
To spend is what all women hate.
: .Wild make' of u-rimh tir ArWtAit
Jiee) pruaence always i.rtheir sight.
When read as it nticht in hi tt ,!
third, then eco and(irM lines, should be put
together, . "
" ; L0TE.
. 'Tis sweet to eye
The cloudleis sky,
Vr4ien the. star's are brightly beaming
And sweet to gaie - ,
.On the roty rays i'
Of the sun in the morn (iwt gleaming.
An3 isweeWAeliioair "
When music's power,
Soft o'er the senses stealing, t
Holds heav'nfy reign,
. And its silken chain
ThrowsVer each raptur'd feeling.
The responsive beat,
0fldvc twin heart against. each other;
Vhen naught repels . -
' . Their wixtful avflla '
I -v L " 1 . ! i. n .. ..
ftonali hoped to tola General CA'mtnn
But he was defeated and taken nrlson
by Caswell, with the loss of seventy
men ia kilSeu and wounded, and fif
teen :hundred excellent rifles. The
victory was of eminent service to the
American cause in North Carolina, j
, Mr, Caswell was president of the
convention, which formed the pnnti.
lution of North Carolina, in December.
0 Mnaer wo.icft consuiimonhiwas
5'jrn!r fromAp.ril, jyrrj to theear
1 780 i and from 1 785. to 1 7R7. At
the time of his death he was nr airUnr
hi jjur : general, nc uiea at rayette
ville. November 30.: 1789.'- -T '
tnestic ; virtiiMV.srerft uniiril' li C.
probation of his ', fcHow citizens, he
w.Mcnea witn unremitted attention
oyer the welfare of the community and
anu anxiuusiy enaeavourea also to pro
uiuic me iciicuy or us members in
their separate interests. While the
complacency of hij disposition and his
equal temper peculiarly endeared him
to his friend v they commanded res-
' mm -' l '
pect even fom his enemies -r
Douht. when clasping hands are. twining
Doubt, when lionied worda ar flowing-.
Doubt, when blushes warm are flowing
lint never doubt the proof sincere
"TH'at'gTtst1K Iri the aWh''leafr'"."'w '
Doiibt, when mirthful tones invite thee
Doubt, when gayest hoprs delii;ht thee
Iotlbr, whute'er is fondest, tairest
Doubt, whate'er is brighest, rarest
Cut never doubt that truth can live
Injiearts that sufi'er an forgive.
Candles 'j TV 'hen t tllow is very dir
ty or ranci J, aa ounce of pearlash to
about ten p.iun'd of tallo v, put into
the water wherein the tallow is melt
ed, is of service. In such 1 candles
ticks aa are not made to sli.li-. th r
dies are freqijeny permitted to burn
in the socket, to great "waste, and to
may- be TjTeventrd by takincr oat rarlv
jnesnor.t piece ot. caudle, - placing it
orrwetm tnrte wmawHt pmf-tuck-'4n
an old cork, ad putting the cork in
tne canL'iestick. A p-mnd of candles,
ten to a pound, will give a greater
quar.tity ot light, by one fourth, than
a p . nod of six to a pound jj because
the tallow is more nerfei tlv consumerK
in consequence of a creater surface nf
j wick exposed to the air. In large
, uitsa, itc lauow is not ourned, but
aistiiied away.. Cooper,
. . Important to Surgeons. An ap
paratus has been contrived for frae
tures of the thieh bone bv CatehTir',.
nor, of Connecticut, a member of the
present Medical Class of our Univer
sity A model has been exhlhWl
- , . w--
tore the class by Professor Gibson,
wno thicks the principles upon which
it operates can be" easilv reduesrl to
practice. Thi apparatus combines all
pl me and - Gibson's imnrnvrmmt
Uagpden's apparatus." VXhii new
modification will inrobahlv
y- . t , , :; rnu. Jiurora,
undertook twrti.n'fk f,,ir s-.-r
w- .. v x 7 m nail. U1UI til
wins grcai case j out tne day. was woo
by Brandy, who took his
down, and held him for the- mr f
. . v
trtrcc nours jLif.nenjieiuSered him to
g up, JJemmre American,
memLerment ortheUnicn, or (h9 rclliV
resistance or the measures of the General
L - lia.wame nit at iur. Adams, who
charged the Federalist, with wishing to
secede from he Union., It may be that
Mr. A. is afraid to go home, which is tfee
reason of his taking up his residence at
Washington. His former political so.
ciatp, wU! haul him oVer the coala when
we uocs go.j 4
Reniuckv.k bill to nrnhihtt tho
importation ot slaves from other states,
for sale, has been reiected in the V.
ttjeky Lccislature. bv a vtte of st to
45, on the-jjroand that it was ancon-
From the iNewbcrn Spectator.
Gov. Casivt'll.Wt ommence ihia
week, the publication of a series of
Slaw cf AVlA- Carolina :
B . RKF. County Siipernv Court of Ijiw, Sept.
:rm 1828 r Margaret Conway vs. John
vun t': rcuuium iur. uiTorcc iiruereu ty - r i v.... ... u juhj ui . ueattvsi arc
uoun irai nuoucai on dc majc rorinri-ft miinth jmprsnnicai riKeif.nt'a fit nmi i . . r . - , .
thatlftiKUut apfiear t-neu court . i ' u i J "''v",-' invcr to pop me question or ques-
ami plead on the 4fh Monday f March nest. te! ,thVPmc cvtS thatcrUr-J
rea Uurinc-O-jr-KcvoltrtKtnarv trt,4-:..- ----I' trr:r:-T" r-.
Resolution.- For a soldier to meet
the enemy in battle, where leaden
ueair arc wmzimg on every side,
Mendicity has been in a crreat meas
ure annihilated in Holland by the es
tablishment of a eocietv. which hat
purchased a large tract of Tand," on
which auitable buildincs are erected.
and to whici all nersoos solicftino- r.
Affl in atUiMiA AIL T .
ey of the Protestant R
. i ...7,- --- : .-r 'uiiai.K iuitpi
1 list. Tbev are distriSm-rl ihr..k .l.
. -..-., imiuuu no
Hleren rart f th M" :A ...'.
"Ia,ne 5 ' New Hamnshire. 8. Af.
Wand, even. Conneaicut, fifty. ,jx.
New York, one hundred and -22. - IW
Jersey, 16. Pennsylvahia; 70. .Delaware 4
Maryland, 55. Virginia, 47. North
Caroling 35.: ieogia,:s. Qhlp, U.MiI
sissippi, 5. Kentucky three.. Tennes
see, 2. Louisiana, I. Michigan, Arkariw
sas, I. Mijsouri, 1. Florida, 2. . -
.uuiiuiiY '.i warcn next. ' ' ... -..ui.
w; W, rnwXTfr ted during -our Rcvoltrtionary struc
3iw$6 : By
SUPERIOR Court of Uw, Fall term. 1S28.
, Jane Morfis3n t;lte2eilah Morrmnj Pe
tition (ordivoreei - ft appearing to the atifac
tion of the ourt, that (lezekiah Morrison is not
ao inhabitant oMhia state i It is therefore, or,
' dered by the court that notice be given, by. pub
llca'ion in the Star, printed in Haleiglt, and in
" the- Western... Carolinian, prinled inuSaliibury,
for three months, that unless the said Uezekia'h
appear before the jndre at our next court to be
- ttii44h4Mintvof lrdU, at tl courUKmoe
in Ktatewille,- tlH 5th Monday after the 4th
Monday of March next, and n.wr Ilia mid
petition, the same will be heard eipartr. and
J'ldnirnt be rendered afraint him pro confrrtu
3m 58 Teste: JAS. CUIPBKLI., (V.
Stat Xorlh Carolina, Ijnctht count t
SI PF.KIOH Court of La. On. term, 1828:
Catharine Rhyne t. Michael Khyne i Pc
tition Cor divorce and alfimony. Wbereu a
Suhpnena andaliat have been hsyednjrsnst the
defembrt in this ease, and which were returned
by the Sheriff of Lincoln county that th.i aid
def iant was. ami foim 1 , and prrlainaiion
Juvi".-! oern made pu'ificly at the court-hoiiHc
irur fit tairt rfMintv. ku tk. ul.l Ol. tV f -
defendant to annear and mtvrr r,..,.,...i..i I una.
told by Mr; Rows in h'n HroPT.-inhi
I" v' . - -I
cat IJictionary and as it ia a work
seldom seen among lis, we have avail
ed ourselves of the use of a copy,
whith was tendered us-by a higWv
respected, and -much-valued; friend.
Gov, -: Jaswi ll:has le Jf be h io'd .him,.,
une son, and. two daughters one. of
vthnm. Is the amiable jnrl much
bv the anid mnnntni. nA K K; r :i j
It is therefore ordered by eourt, that notice be
Kiven 3 months in the Western farolinan a -id
iUlcigh Staf, for the defendant to appear at 'he
next superior court of Uw to be held for Lincoln
countf, at the court-house in Lincoliiton, on the
4th Mowlay after the 4th Monday of March
next, then and there to answer or "emtr to
aid petiimo, otherwise it will be taken, pm.
Confesso, aniTftJjuJgH acconlinjfly. Witness
Lawaon HenHrrm. tlrtk of m,;4 'i tX'
colntoo. the 4th Monday of September, A. D.
1878, and in"tW53J year of the Independence
of the OunHcd Statea. 5mt57
loved widow of the- late Becretarv
ll'L!. I , . .
ttnuc, anu resiaes at present in thp
city of Raleigh. We have been told
by a distinguished citizen of our twn,
ho visited the venerable John Adtms
a few month previous to his decease,
that in the course of their cnvcrsation,
he inquired very particularly md af.
fcclibnitely respecting Gov, '- C-swell,
and emphatically remarked, Ah!
Sir, he was the support and stay of the
it voiutionary cause in Norm Caro-
He was the lion of the Suuth
Caswell Richard, Governor of North
mtircu an cuucaiion suita
ble for the bar, and was uniformly dis
tinguished as a friend to the rights of
m uikind. He possessed a sensibility,
w ich impelled him to relieve th rli.-
ircss w niclv-he-w itflessed.-
pcrp the question or fues
deirf when liii li'eart inl-V
prove recre int to iis office, reouires no
every day ellort ot resolution j for "a
toper ta quit the beloved hottle, and
endeavor to stem trie strong tide of his
hankerings, requires a mighty rcsolu-
victor uu: tor -(naeot,r gtM!s bae
agaia to.. "drcat resolution j" but af.al
the situations in Iifcrcauirinfir a deter.
mine(I,'Jheiroic and prodigious effort of
Tcsoiunon, mat ot getting out of
i i . .
warm oea, in a xeen cold mornine
caps the climax we mean one ofthnsr
mornings when the windows are crust
ed over with frost, when y ur breath
co geais on the sheets, when your
fingers freeze fast to the door latch.
anu toe very air ltselt seems stiffened
witn coid. Berkshire dmcr.
-..o. asvisi.tncr, ne aiiorded it
than the consciousnes
y ' lu proraotq me nippmess
f a fellow man-'
country, he was'appointed a mem-
. - , - :Vi""u " i-uinc I Valium, hi rjfl
!T!nA?rove rroP"T-W C.W-take he earlv took arms in rei.ta.,. L ,ul
-,vv KA 1 1 W
COMMITTED TO THE MIL
r Mecklenburg county, nf the 28ih diy of
Preservation of Rodies.
Trumbull, the artist, has stated in a
letter to the Speaker of the House of
Representatives, that much useful in.
vestigation, has est blishrd the fact,
mat common bees-wax was a principal
ingredient in Egyptian embalming, and
U S !tk A . . a m .
ii preserves not only bodies, but
cloths and rnlnrt fr,m .1 f r
sssed. Vr'Kn- 4 W-f I . .i
I fV t I UHWUIU SV lil fill W
,t J 1 uat" OI ine Pointings in the
rw. my Uu, reward, iapitoi, to keep them in good preserv
piousness of having exer-! ation. The bees-wax must be melted
JOHN SLOAN. Xh
J9. 49 f MnUenburg ttuniw.
Drking to Fayettevilfet
Witt, find it to their advantage, to stop at
the If'otii Turd, where every con
Temenee is provided for Msn anj Horse, to make
tMm comfortable, at the rnn.Ur.f- K.. r oc
c day mnm hjgt tlw prtwix, !
laril. thn utm rf -.J i. TT
i. u . v . h uw.i,c, arc, water, ami
aheker. Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and rrOTKion Store, Dread Shop and Confec
tioDBry, and (louse (bt Boarden and Uxlrer,
in m -plan, cheap, wbulewme and eomfort.
able atyk. rm
roitrary claims ol Great Britain. " He
was at the head of a regiment in 1776,
v! Dece"hry fo ?pp
... me nigmanas ot Scotland. This
party of about fifteen hundred men was
collected in the middle of February
under General M'DonaM. if- J
pursued by General Moorr, and on the
S7th he found himself under thenerea
"ircncnea wun about a thousand
jnicute men and militia, direttly in his
front, at - place called Moyre's creek,
bndgf. This was about sixteen miles
distant from WilmingtOD Vherc tr
over a fire, with an eqnal quantity io
":uu,li ' ou oj rurpcnrine jthe
mixture must be laid oo with a large
hrnth on1 ...U..l i .
.. 7 1 ' iuwutu in wiin a not ron,
til! -i.t -...
.... ... viwui is aaiuraiea.
At the dinner devoured at the Marl-
rJ;ate!,;XIaas, U honour pf the
battle of New.Qrleans, Finn gave the
Jew.urieans. We gave them g r.d
uaie t tney nave us let, hail
W - f II V IVbl I.
itw, tney were worsted"
ivimosi aatty instances occur- tn
fprovr that the Teicn f Jeaui tUnrmrf
oigotry, m 1 ranee, is rapidly ap
proaching to its nd. The Jesuit toU
'cEe' il.,many f the principal towns
nave oeen aaanaonea.
4D ccry woman was lately fined
forty pounds, at the Yorkshire (Eng.)
sessions, for horsewhipping an infant
three years old.
African Colony. A vessel is about
'o be despatched to Liberia, with
about one .hundred and fifty emigrants.
iiiis numucr is nniv anmit nn
hts GeorgU Cool ier menticmi,
that a few davs since Mr. Simon Han
cock, of Edgefield district, shot him-self-
through the heart with a musketi
He had suffered for years .tvith a rnr.
roding cancer in the lower iaw, which
" -t-2' j i'r l r - - - "
rrnaerccr tire a ouraen to mm. -
Vncertaintyfthe iawA f.rm,, .
now confined in ihKin.'. l. -.
n t-i a --v'&.-5"1ut.i prison
under these circnmst.nr-. :ui i -
oea some sheen ib.i K.i.- ..
ground and destroyed several snnle tr..
one goinea was estimated fm.
!.h,f.n ,he i'r;ner offered to take
three shillmcrsr Th 'j
the sheep replevied, and took the case in-
h. Ki Tr it Into'
toe Kine's bench and trA h-
the sssiMsr and "got Verdict of ac vert
JaSCUUonvjs. Issued agiinat thearmefVl--
I be witnesses the farmer tnnk mih. ...
wv-uuc ii ana me prisoner was walked
near. I5Q miles to .ur4ender to his ball. .
Weekly Free Prctt. "
Human Activity. A - man trained
to violc.it exerfise from bis childhood,
is said to be caDable of rlidtanSr.. .u
tieetest h(rses, and of continuing bis
course when they give up in weariness
and exhaustion, ffis muscular power
is immense, lis we see daily proved by
the weights raised with ease by coi
mon porters. However h-
of our noblest pedestrians give" but a
;"v" " "c 'uu Pwer ot a prac-
...Old Fashioned Corsets.- The only
healthy corsets, says the editor of a or two months.
Georgia paper, for a lady.s waist, ia, a
husband s arm.
used regularly to traverse Jo leagues
nanv" of Africa are reported able to
outstrip the lion. The savages of "
Nrth America-pursue the- swiftest "
stags with such rapidity aa ta
and overtakctlicrd - Tncy havebcea .
krton t-travl over he most fugged -and
1. or42:huQdrcd leagues in six weeks
nash. Chron. '
A USKFUL MAK.
From. Eaton's Lifttf Gen. Jackson.
" In the person ot General .Tart.r,
is perceived nothing of the robust or
Urhrili f Ammnmtn
labor may have no cause to rem-oach at,on ?pears to disqualify him for
those who do not work with thptr hard5h,P?Itt, ?ccustomcd to it from
. ...... V.fm I I r
aands tor beinff drones, aud a use ess " v c" tapaoie ot enaunna-
v m m. i . . . a w
burthen to the community. i uigoe io me same extent, or with
icss injury, llis dark blue eyes, with
A n-ni..! i. . n i brows arched ami alitrhtln
pivpui ia i u mi c iii a i e w-vrieans I -?',; j'"jtv.iiujj,
paper, to the legislature, to appropriate P05"" a marked expression; but
Monroe, in the expectation tbst other sprlle with peculiar lustre and pene
states will follow the examDle. The ne- tration. !n hi manner, t,. t.
. , , i - - . v ,,v ia uitaa-
eiml.rM . l.rn rv. n n . . f . 1 I ' ,
ul" f viivuih)uih.h iii iiib Ei'nrn i no n ma .rii....
nlvLIde wh,ch Pr5 pon while his countenance, marked with
him in his alaiff. mnH -4 1 . ' u wuu
menf with lSwr itdts md ecutlons, are
the reasons of this nroiect. "Tcngth and intelligence, that strikes
the reasons of this project.
From a statement in the National In.
tellipencer, the number of dwellings in
the city of Washington appssrs to be
2901 of which 158 were built in the
course orlist yaarr
at first sight. In his deportment,
there its nothing renulsivr. P.av.
affable, and familiar, he is open and
accessible to all. Influenced bv the
belief, that merit should constitute the
oolv-diflerencc m men. hla-tuni
rs equally bestowed on honest nover-
A bill passed in 9ouh Cirolina author- ' M on titled- conssquence, - No
Kin it th rrprfitnr nf n (n-ntBn, J -i.. 1 man. hokvrver inrna..kt. U!. . . . -
or to appoint a joint trustee to act with ding, ever approached him on bust
lk m. . -I I a I S I . I .1 . t a . .
'''.'"""c oj.iac ocuior. i ncss, mat ne aia not listen, to his story
uiu linn mi me ininrniaiion in
predecessor, delivered valedictoryjknow him most intimMel. m,r
which is, ,t is stated in the papers, to be esteemed. With him benevolence is a
printed in a pamphlet, vith notet. Mr.'
prominent virtue. He was never
The masters nf mnr v.i V ta A n a a m
. svi w suau null
dred slaves have notiK th.
$JkJfeq2tm$t their iutentiotwto liW
inera, oo condition of their go
ing to Liberia. 0 f these 25 are ofTcr
ed by a lady of Marvin tn u.. -
"i rvcuiurrv to - or,
Iclergymsn of Virginia, aad 43 by a
tiwica oi weorgia.
flit. -1- j.,: j . , , ...
u,, Bu, ucnvercu an auoress.on taking , . .
. . . r . . n I Known to nn metric wiiSn.ii ---V.
nis seat, wnicn, ar.er adertire to the m . . . r ".
mediate and proper topics that belon to ,nS 10 a6sm and re'l2ve
.a.ft a-. I
I f " w w IS v
the duties of the municinal anthor'nii.
divertred into t notice, of thn 1Ur.fnrA
KM - - - - " - w n'wiu
Convention, Sec. In the conclusion of
his address, (says the Massachusetts Jour
nal,) Mr. Otis made the explicit declara
tion, M before God and his country," that
he had never been present at any delibera
tions, either public or prlr ate, among few
or many, in which tho question oTa dir
The Virginia Convention Dill was stilf,
at the last accounts, under discussion in
the Virginia House or Delegates, Noth
ing his yet occurred wSich pit es us sny
indications as to the result. It must, at
Uv.t be a work of compromise between the
Western and Ettr diviions of the State-