s.vusnauY, rowan cour; ty, h. c.......tuesday, suprcMBEa s,
VOL,. A), 4C3.
r many ' vtrwn ut la
mr , ehaM M proton,
-unuui Say ke.M
1 1 or tV "MTi Ml, Jf
una, o ltU
r pul f. MttriiMmtnt
:uat tut th "
. t. Mitur,
fTTViE subscriber Intention being to remove
nmirwclf possible- in-the-wrfmrj-of'
jWeHeiWsf namely TF"7 '-
a ouw andtlof on Main street, ad.
tt ana torpusincBS in oaiisuury t lureuier
?$tto tmt-buiklings, and anew and com
pletely finished ptiice, now occupied ai a tauoc;s
."'""V - Also, ojv acres xwina, tying in iuc
5 i Forks of the Yadkin, nine miles from
Salisbury, adjoining Fred'ck. Ford.
i'"' 1 C ft! -It 1 .
w hich are some improvements j and
,i for hfl'h. supposed to be equal to any PJan
. :.. id r.ountv. "' ' '
i l26 or SO acres Zanlyinff on Crane
Creek, three quarters of a mile from town ad
sn;.,;n John ttaman, Thomas Mull; and
i nomas muu, ana oin
h'icli there are ten or twelve acres Meadow
Ground, in nwiu," J
Vvi a number oi ouut na vin ir urr, lor aic
tV.s store in Salisbury.
tn eichanee for, or in payment of, the above
property, notefof hantfoil soInt persens, or
r.trrt) rripcr;, -wmi . v . , r..ff.
ll.oss ho wish to buy, would do well to ap
nW soon. EDWARD CRESS.
vMi,hw.JS.U 1.829. .78
r. 87 The remaming COOO.?on
belonginf; to tne wmsenner, wih dc eoiu on on
L. terms: and payment made easy1 to the pur
chaser, if the whole stock could be difipotcd at
fine mi. '
To Amotion liihntts.
rVIHE subscriber having been
JsL " frequently loHcited by hi
old customers, again ,tb establish
the Oin Making Burinui has
opened his shop in - Salisbury
whtr he is prepared to make and repair Gin,
of the Tfry best materials, in a superior atyle of
vorkmannhlp, and on terms the moat iccommo.
datmp.even in tries hard times, n t
"llwTfij ; be ire ngaged iirlhe-ttmnets rx trrj
revenyean; employ ing a part oi iiisF.uroe ior
hree or four of the lst seasons In picking cot
ton, for the exprr? purpose of more fully ac
luaiaimf hiroelf vitu the prir.cipes and prac
tical opera' ion of these useful machines i' and
; hiTirty recently rishei South Carplina, where
-Aft wt improved Uline ate u uscy with ihe
Vww oTetsmining them, and making himself ac
ij'jajntci ith the plan on which tbey are con.
urucjpd, kt. ir-Ke therefore feels astured,'1hkt
hy hit knlsrged experience, thus acquiredtfn
Kxkinjr and repairing Gins,1 sod picking cotton,
ea KrtruclJhine)'superiorio ny erer
cone n tsonn uaroims. , ,. . '
Those wisliing work done io this fine of bus!
nets, arespectfu!lyinrlted to ; call on the sub
scribcr, witness the plan a n execution of Til
work, exsmtne-end Jlge,foeuenwtiremrHe
will pre no pains in supplying himself fith
the best materials to be had in the country f and
iU miike aiw repnie Gins, according tO-nlert
jtceived, cn tltortr notice and reasonable terms.
All thue who may please' to call on him, will
find him either at his shop or Uellinr in Salts
bury, ready to execute any job with which they
may be pleased to favor him. ,
; J SAMUEL FRALEY,
Wuiifry, Jf . 6, 1 S9 " , ' 79
To Journeymen 'CaUbrftl ;
W ANTED to emplov, three rfourjourney
?T men tailors! to whom constant employ,
jand (jod wages, wiu be gin, Apply to the
vjoscriuer, in voncord, N . J. . ' . . . ,
- -TyOMAS Xe CANONi
)wxC. Wood's "RalateVtf
THU undersigned qualified at August session!
cf Rowan county court, as the Eiecntors
thrlwt will fDanl. Wood:' tAll persons in.
"Wbted to said estate, are requested to make
ryment j and all persons having" demands
hK"in the same, are requested to present them
( ScfJemenL. or. this notice mUht ntraded In
v. T um. u. tvnnn.i
. ' . TWOS. WOOD. J TV'
-hpai mk, 182S. Sm9l .
THI3dsy.m Vrr JWun, who says his came
is ISAM, and! that he belong to a man by
"M nmt of Willia:n Thomnson. of Cheater div
'rict, 8oith Carolina, wa committed to the jail
f Mecktenburir county. K C. The owner is
. t "J- ursTSi iqti tse mm away. . - -
may. Ol Meckknhurg tunty.
jlV OTICEM.Thi9 day.1i A'$gt Ma, who says
Al Vt name Is GEORGE, and that he bflnnin
a min by the name of Thomas M'Clintick, of
-'iTer u.itnet, 5. C was cnmmittel to the jail
Mecklenburg county, N. C. The owner ts
'eqtirsted to come forward, prove property pay
tWgMtndUkehimawat. r r t
.lynn J3, 1839.
-JOUN SLOAN, SVs
To tic Qwntrs of Land containing
piir. advertiser was, for some years previotts
to his remaval to this country, extensively
WKaged in the fftn.'v, Rv, ind fnj
rT rr"'"' .' -rotseaiing also an ev
2 no1,"g r Chymistry; his assists
T be found vln.KU t. . :J.l
renons desirtnis of in;iiB tbenvelves of his
R.v Vy rdff W.pttoge pall Ceo. L.
Mer Boydton, Mecklenburg Co will re-
3acob "Bewmns1! Estate.
FjnilE subscriber Administrator on the es'ate
jL of Jacob Benning, late cf Rowan county,
dee'd. desires all persons indebted to said es
tate, to make payment b the 10th of Septcm
br oext i and all person blvW cUm Sjjsinst
the estate, ve rehueted to rendet; them, prop.
eriyjMnticateaby that time, m J am desi
rous of settling up said estate as sonu as practi
cable, u,-., .y .M.-.U.IICGU FABKS.J'n.
nj.8,1829. . , 3t8J
- a iiftn
nTtUE'aubscriber has the pleasure ot anbun.
JL cing to his friends'and customers, and the
public in general, that be is now receiving from
Philadelphia and New York, .
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
- V MII "-'7
Cheapett and moit FatMonabl
. GOODS in t
he has ever had. I laving been selected with
great care, by himself; and bought for coA,,h6
feela perfectly confident, that for like patterns
and equal qualities, he cannot be undersold by
any other Mouse in the place. '
The public arc respectfully in
vited to call and eiamine for
themselves. His assortment com.
prists almost every article nsuallv
kepti,, Stores. MICHAEL BROIVN.
SolUbury, July 6th, 1829. - 3mt86
WTTAS just received and opened alhis.Store
1.3. in Salisbury, a large and handsome assort
Spring and Summer GOODS; ,
Also, Groceries, I lard ware, Cutlery, Plated Ware,
Hats, and Hatters' Trimminps, Crock,
ery, a good assortment of Bolting
Cloth, Shoes, Ucnnets,
and every article usually
asked 4ot4s stores.
Ilia stock of roods has been purchased entire
ly for ouh t and he is determined to sell them
as low as can be had 'mi the place, for cath, or to
punctual customers on a short credit- The pub
ic are respectfully invited to call, examine, and
8aHtbvrji.Jn? H 1829.
Shoe threatl, Fat Cattle,
Lfvr Rattle Snakes, Cahr-
, WUl be taken in exchange for
J Sugar, Coffee,
-te-Khot - r" Powderr5""-"
w t - .
1 Tea, '.'
Libert? UilUS. C.
Jum lsf. 1829. y
:. Naila, 2.
- Taper .
t Indigo, of cash.'
' J. OARL1CK.
.. j"V riilE aubscriber having determ'm
r JL ed on removinr to the West in
TgJowinjtXANDS in the county, of
lir"' Montgomery : The Plantation where
he now lives, containing
lyin? on the Yadkin River, three miles shove
the Narrows cf the Yadkin. . The situation is
healthy, and buildings good. ,v
Also, the well known gold mint on Beaver
Dam Creek, containing 90 Acres..
. Also,' a Tract of 100 . Acres, adjoining the
Rowan line, rhere George Hodge now lives.
Also, a tract of 50 Acres, in the lower part of
the count), on Cheek's Creek: i adjoining N.
ClarVa. - -.V. , v. .' '
In paymgnj, will be takes Negroes, good
noVs, or the purchaicr's notej with a" Tiberal
credit, or cash would not be objectionable. ' Do
well to apply soon. w, u. CIUSHOLM.
Jugwir 10IA, IB. 4183
frnilE subscriber having removed from Lin
JU. eolnton "lo his farm at the Buffalo Shoal
Ford, on the public road leading from Lincoln,
ton to Ststrsilje, nine mile from - the latter
placevnd twenty-fmm t be -rbrnier r begs leave
to inform the poblictluf he will continue the
frartice f Law i the-. Cauolviwi Supcnee i
counsor i.incum, ireue.i. uuuienuru anc Met.
lenburg. He may be fuund at home, at ail
times except when necessarily absent on his cir.
cult. , All letters on' business, may be addressed
to hira in StstesvUle.' ' "6t84
JhIj 28, 18. ; RICHARD T. BRUMBY.
F. 8.. The Editor of the Journal is requested
to insert the above five times, ami forward hi
account to Statesville. '
Tfikeii undiii QonuaUtd
TO jail in Saliaburr. oa the I8tb inst. two
gro men, named Patrick and H'Hm the
the former says he belongs to A Uta Watson, and
the latter Mrs he betonn to CapL Benj. Watson
of Prince k EdwaM county, Va, 1 Patrick is
about 24, and Wilson 22 years old 1 the for.
mer is 9 reel 0 or T. the Utter 9 leet 4 or 3
inches highs they are of common else, father
dark complected, and likely fellows t they had a
pass to go to Alabama, probably forged 1 no
particular mark on them. The owner is desired
I .ftrx'WitW'' i , 8t f.
-l . I
article U taken from
an Enjl'ish publication's
K There is a species of insect sometimes
fo be met with, on the eit of Kent end
Sussex, which has never been described
in ny system f etymolor that 1 eyer
sw. Its form is generally very slender
i t wilks on - it s hinder legs with evsjo tck
mincing gait j its face is narrow, palo and
soioo.hi--4hftu gh 4a orae eubjrctt
w hiker iai-SiiV it teeth ire
remarkably white, and lwiys exposed;
English; and it wears broadleafed blatk
French- straw bat, a blue round Jacket
narrow nankeens, and Spanish leather
dancing pumps. These may teem f ery
urange things for an insect to wear, but
nevertheless such is the fact, and more
over it emits strong odour of musk and
and eau de Cologne especially in the
morning, when it first comes out of his
hole, It delights to hop and flatter about
among the ladies ; though it is never seen
with one lady alone probably from an in
stinctive fear that a single lady might at
tempt to catch it slyly, and deprive it of its
liberty. But whenever ladies congregate
in troupes as on marine parades, or in
public reading rooms, miiinerV shops, or
bazaars, it will hover aboit them as
though it were quite enamoured of their
society t and yet, should mm approach
the group to which it has attached itself,
i; instantly flutters away to some other
grouper just as butterfly flutters from
one flower bed to another, before the rude
presence of the gardener. The ladies,
generally, seem to be much pleated .with
it, and often emptor it in various little
mailers." It will fetch0 nd carry for
them; take their orders to their per
fumers; skip to the master of the cere
monies about their ball tickets; read the
list of arrivals from the library books to
them ; monopolize all the newest news
papers, and carry them to their table
whether they want them or not ; bop
down to the beach and enquire the wy
of the wind open and shut their para
sols, carry their reticules; string seed
beads t polish muscle shells ; and fasten
a loose sandal ribbon to perfection; in re
turn for all which small servkes they will
sometimes, (when they have no be area
ture in immediate attendance upon them.)
set it astride upon a little pony end let it
ride out with them, icja morning.- Gen
tie readerr-dost know this vaitrjly
If thou dost not, thy state Is the more
gracious r for -irt-we to know him,4
albeit there arc many such to be found, in
sheltered places, all along shore, any
warm day between the beginning of July
and October. I hate heard some ladles
caress an insect of this kind under the
name of Papillon mon cherficHt Pafullon
ae iner ; uu; i met witn one at uargate,
about three weeks ago, thai the ladies,
there, called Siftiohi and a very fine one
it was only it lisped so that it could not
pronounce what appeared to be its own
proper name, and called Itself Thifitk'n.
It somehow got a hurt Io, its eye -but,
gentle reader, with your leave, It shall tell
its own tale In its own way ; and then you
will have a better notion of the thin than
you -could - have- by-anydescription -of
It came fluttering into Ketti son's Libra
ry, one fine morning, the upper library
in Uawky square; and perceiving a bevy
of . belles busily4 exchanging their tickets
for trinkets, it settled down . amongst
hem . . ,
Good Heavens, Sipsonl (exclaimed the
adies) -why do you wear that green
ihsBe-over your eyef
O BIHh Crippth, (it replied) -O With
Davitb!- don't athk me. Thipih'nth il
rnotb't dethtroyed ! O MiuhhltU Miller
you can't conthietre ...y a
Gracious roe ! . conceive what f Do tell
os, there a dear Sipson-tcll!us how .it
happen'd arc you seriously hurt : " '
lW.k;m lit d .the,5ipm--liiin op
its little green shade
"';Good,'t rracions what wjeys iTnor
Smson .--but do i fell us, there's a! clcarl-
tdl ut'howi It ru lljjL
Why the. fact Ith, thith iI alwayth
wain witn loatncr inoap you anowj sou
Ttlhtcrday morning ! left a ooothqiafe
.a .a TXT .a . s a a
of Windther thoap on' toy wath-band
tbtand; but, when 1 went to bed at night
thurnbody bad taken it away ; and :
Dear me I only think how vastly dis
Pon my Aonrvr It'th'true- they had
taken it quite away, and put , common
hite thoap iothtead of it 1;1 ho (query
to, J I opened mr thambet door, and cal
led (MolIy ! Molly thambermaidl! but
nobody thpoke V , ;
X How ' provoking I what uncommon!
improper creatures they Ira it these
uvna - . . . .
Oil Mhh DarhVyoti-'ptvew" ides I
tut f ou tball beej, Jtobod; wthtrM ini
The fulowing mmusin
and I eouU hear nothing but thumbody
thriorcing imtntnthljr , -v l '
'What, all gone, to bed, I suppose ?
how'sapremely ridiculous t i. ;"V:
Thet vraU Mhh Crippth ; though in
deed, it watli rather late,1jctauth I'd been
thittinp up copying that thweet kedrill for
MrtFrinncmore, yotjTTinow WeH,Tl
called Molly Wlony tharobermaid V
Mollv tT-gthakly in that manner,4 ereY
? piague are you oawunr. aoout r mi
want my thoapl' tbald I thumbody'ih
taceiiaway iny ikinoinorinoap ;; ioq
found you, and "your thoai too.5 0q f ?j)
bed, you fool! tluid the great gruff Toitb.
But I wath determined to perthavcre for
I did'nt uodertlistand why Ithud wath
mythe!f,with jcoramoa .white- thoap
when had'a podthquar.0 of. Windtbor
thoap of i raiy iowrfi Molly V flhald I
again ;- Molly tharrjbermaid want
my thoap! I want my" Windthw thoap,
Molly.' But Molly Qjd'nrtomcI.endJ
was jutht going to. give If up in dcihpair,
when 1. heard a rumbUog noub athe far
end of the dark Jobbr. .and Me re'A'a
lumfi Jor woV thiid he" thame. 'Rruff
voith, and I reihieyedit thma'ck in my left
eyeing Ji -j-t
Good gracious, Sipson, you don't say
so l end what was ita; ? ;
Why a lump of thoap ath I thupposM ;
for I did'nt ih'top to pick it ijip then; but
though 1 could'nt tbleep at all, for the
immenth pain of H j antlthit b" morning',
myeye wath all thwell up' ath youbVe
and there 'wath thith great lump of thofp
lying hrmfifea"moeril60rf': T
Good groiousroe I Whlf wretcr.!
Poor -Sioion I Sec exclaimed the-ladies,
as they examined the1 Jump of. thogfif .
to all which toe.oipson responded leth
and it ith'nt 71Wo; thoap neither P
und there 1 left them.f " " -
Indian .Jntwer to a ChaUcn&ttX have
wo objections tn thisduel affair.l The one
is, I should hurt-you,nd tbe-other
is, lest you should hurt me. I do not see
any good it would do. me. la. put a bulltt
through any part of your body. 4 could
make no use of you when dead,' fortny
uliuary" purpose, alj Vfould of a rabbit
Lor a turkey. 1 am no Cannibal, to leeu
on fltsV'of'niieti' ; why iKen'shbbf ' down
a human creature of whom 1 could make
no use V A buffalo would he better meat
for ibouchyour,i!esbjni2ht-be delicate
and tender, yet iuwants thaLfitmnjis and
that consistency which takes and retains
salt. At any rate it would not be nnor
one voyages. You might make a eood
Engltsft s'.ew or an Amsticai barlj'acuc, it
is true, being of-the-natorebf aiTopos
sum 1 buti people are not in the habit "of
barbacutng anr thing human m these en-
ugotenea times, as to your- mac, it is
not worth tsklnrr off, being little better
ihart a yearling cblu As to myself, 1
don't like to stand ic the way of any thing
harmful.. I am under crest spprehen
siori you ? might hit me.l that being, the
case, 1 mint 11 most acvisaoie 10 stay at
distance ' If you want to try your pis
tola, take some obiect, a tree or a barn
door, about my idlmenslons J and if you
hit that; send me word, and I shall ac
knowledge that had 1 bee'n In the . tame
place you might have also hit me. '
Curio'ut Cuitom.- It is a cuttom in the
Bantoo of Msicoing, nesr Cambray,'wlth
the young girls of the heighborhood," for
two or three Sundays after Easter to place
themselves in' sin gje- files along the bank
of the Canal, liter the high road leadlog
to Cambtay, 1 theyoung. men. ranging
themselyesinto rows on the opposite side.
One of the latter then "patses over the
bridge, and slnglevoot the malden'he has
and they leave the place togeth
he place together.V TheLuar. A.u.-, : .4
tame ceremony continues, perhaps, for
two or .three Sunday s till all the girls are
takrd bfft as it rarely occurs that any one
cabaretr a pledge Is given In a bomber,
oiibef during the following yuNr-
TAKtXG A NEWSPAPER.:
aid cites a recent, instance within his own
knowledge of the advantage resulting to
Farmers from taking a paper, and as 'tis a
matter in which we feel some interest we
here insert it is an- admonition 10 those
who are. remiss in providing themselves
with the cheapest means of raining In for-
mstion known i it the country. " In Janua
ry last wbeauour was telling at upwards
of 8 per barrel in Baltimore, a subscri
ber 10 the Herald had ccterrnlned, afier
disposing of one hair hit crop at this
price, to store the balance snd wait for a
future rise in the market. Iq the mean
time .there - appeared in . the i Herald
catena e nt of the, prices artd.duika oa flour
Jin- EpglaooV." Frore Mrsfatemeat it a
eyident tbat at r.o time c'iJ the price there
exceed S9i and the duties' were then rc
duccd to 12 cents per barrel, and at
this low rate they continued but $ very
short time It was therefore evident that
afterdeducting freight Insurance, com
mission, and a tsraall profit .to the mer
chaflfT M',&ai Oof worth more than ZT t
Iq question therefore very praidehtly re-
wnoic crop ; .wnite his -neighbor;"' wha r "
neP?pcrt P-itreitcd on idle ru-",- -. -mor
that i jour would,J5I0 bere,bar;. c 1,
vest, retained, the greater prt of hisf and t
after lying .but of his .money- fol. 4- or - --- -months
will now be 'obliged to Wo ',.
onerwhich jn the present instance would - - v
have enabled the sufferer to pay for a -newspaper
or 'a century to come.- 4, - '1,
VROM Tie raovmiBcs (. t.) camt. , - St
i t ?-beV'i yVeli; our. '
HrsS,ome,0 Boiling oiland ' -red,
hot flndcra Ovens. and; steam en- i .
gtaes, J Fire cateri and crter of Mount' - '
Lmar what adsr Is thia H 'Wh..-
ery heavens are roisted, and the atmosr
pnere salutes our nasal organ like steam1
arising from 1 a cooking cellar. 0ur rirer t
ocin to .siraraer .anffnumaike a heated ' m
icy kittle; and th a, yery fi sh om th& bot-
Fsr.ume, iresn and sav
oenough xo create an appethie eveu
in 4Uit'4BMmrQTfia7gt (2
fr the earvirrg knirerOh for a anow-" " .'T
Kink V a katK I IVk - i"
- jr m in, in iront of
ouf-pflfce, holdstup:hif rihtarnhich
does irlow like a red hot bar of iron with
red flanneli-and a,bey of-boys are there'
gaioereo, wno 1
They w men walking tip and down the street?
AH on fire."
, Olv. for. in.avalanche or. nnm
from' Alps or Andes! Why air ih
mi vcKBiauiea in ine market, are toeke.1
. "af !?Vhe 'M?!rint . who 'caneat
:ft? c??l,l !l "n.?btle be himself
irymgr i i st hole sea has beeonw a
ftfjur.what .shall wa do I -The ria.in
atones V ara - vmrltin ' .m i- t 5:. .1
geueral stew M - .Z;, ; ...
mOGRESS trAeENGUSil UXGUAGE.
U",t e y,e -7J?.W Pyer begun thus I
Uren fader th s art in K.nf.,;. .5 t.i
M;noma, cymeth thin tick !; sic thin will,
is In heofnu end In ertho."- . ""UB
Two hundred VFars afteiTtbuV pr--;
" Thee ure fader Ihe eart on h.nf,.. t- '.it:
on corttanswionheofnm . . - t . t -
v' 7 Mrendered thus, and
MiZ?iTllf0?? AJri,n tngluhman . ,
k Ure fader in heaven rich, .
""Thy name be hailed eb-r lirh
v Aig hit in hea7en!ydoe,
Th, in vartK S... m . ' ..'ft
About pne hundred years after; in the teign r i .4
of Henry HI. It run thus : V, ' .
- 5 Z: , er Tu rt f he" hBsse, " -
Thine Ilelye name it wurt the bUse
v - Cumen and root thy kingdom;
. Thiii holy yiil It be all don,
,1 In heaven and in earth also.' .
. " ? t shall be in full well Io tro, ivi. '
. In the reiirn of Henry VL i ,h. .
thl name the. kingdomome. to theei he-lLe
wiH don iq earth as in heaven." to.1 - -
lnlJ37,ttbegathust ' v ... J.
w "A our father Which art in heaves TJowed
wiH be fulfilled, as well In earth as it is in hei
veVL&c. . ... ViMiinrit .
like to.aee vbunff no &Ut'tij '
ladies through the streets, with ciravl j
iq their mouths, . v 1 -
cigars 10, a -room without knowing
whr tiler it is agreeable jt not.. vi r . -';'
I like . to aee kquirting the juicTof '2f,
1 lite 10 tee yoonrj men and" bora "t
w 1 - ... -
innaing liquor in a oar-room; v
task, TrMAr v aa .. aw .'ja R , ""3fc
-I -like to see young tneo and bova
cursing and iwcariog m the streets. ".
I like to sec persons when; entering "
Ithujtwaijyw ;if t.hC7.3iexekminS-. ,
ants. v ' .
C I like to tee young persons etarinr? -V i
about the ehurcbai though their heads, '
were set on pivots. t - , r .
; I lilte to tee young people "disturb ' '
1 congregation by getting up and going s T f I
out before it is over: ; - ' s . : i -
-ffldMer ,.ra no'..', Mr. $aml
G.Keynolds, of Bristol, Kbode Mand, hse '
Invented and pot into operation in tho
villi pe cf Taw tucket, a machine for man-'
ufacturlng tareo.eAr nail$ b'y which tbey
can be made better thao In-the pld way.
c. ..j... M1H1.