"micii virr REMUNS OSlM'.
L:EXSilJL.E FLIGHT OF TiAilL
BY MOXTtiOMl'Ii Y.
This shadow on the dial's fice,
Tn it steals fro.n d ,y to tl. y.
Willi slov, unseen, unceasing ace,
MuiUc-ntb, aihl moatns, and years away,
Tins .siiadow wineti, m every clrne,
S.nce light uiivi motion first bojin,
llatn held lis course sin-lime;
Wnit is it? mortal nun!
It is tin; scythe of tune:
A snadow only to the eye;
Vet, in its calm career.
It levels all lo:ieatii the sky ;
Ami still, through eacii succeeding year,
Ki-ut onward witn resistless power,
lts struke shall darken every Jiour,
Till inture's race be run,
And ti. ne's iat shadow shall eclifte the sun.
Xor only o'er the dial's lace.
Tins client tiiant.;tii, u.iV by I'a.V,
Witn slow, iiii-oen, tmcea.-uig pace.
Steals in niieiits, i.ioutn-, una years away;
Fro:ii hoary took, and aged tree,
Froni pr'.ud Palmyra's uioul.iering wails,
From IVnentie ti.'.vernii,' -r ibcM-a,
i'ro.u every blaue oi grus it lads;
For st.il where'er a s.iatiow sweeps,
Tue scvtne of Tune destroys,
And in in at every fooUtcp .veeps
O'er ovaiiesc-nt joys ;
L;f -.s ll v'rets gl:tt ."rnig wilh tlu dews of morn,
Fair for a moment, then tb;'ver shorn:
Ah! soon beneath the inevitable blo.v,
I loo snail he in dust and darkues low.
Th ii Time, the conqueror, will suspend
H:s scyt.ie, a tropny, on my to ub,
Wh js moving s.rUow -tin 'I jrteu.l
Eirtn's frail beholder's doom.
OVr the wide, earth's din minted spare,
rhough tuna's triumphant rhgit be shown
Tie !ru -st. index on his tc-,
Points fro 11 tne cii ire-i-v ird strr.e.
i'rottl the Aitti musimic Ad tttrutt.
SIMIUTS IX Till: HAY am. IIARYFST FIELDS.
Mowing is heavy work and so is pitching hay,
and picking it away in a cl -e barn with the ther
iiii ....f-o r nt sii thii'.i- but Ii"ht work. Reap-
III' 'iiiv v - y .....
ing and cradling grain is, if any thing, a little
i ouuher still. If ever a man has need of spirits,
to c irrv him forward in any undertaking, he cer
tainly h is in this. He is up at early dawn, and
tons with little intermission not ' from six to sax, '
bat holds on until
Has in her sober livery all tlunjs cl id."
IF; labors hard during the fourteen or fifteen
Murs ;,inl he has need of spirits without, he
wo-1 1.1 be stowed away under a hedge, or, as we used
to siv in bve-gone times, bushed," before mid
day. it is a fact, p: tin a i l palpable, and we plant it
do . fi as a fact, without further prologue or argu
ment that every man, woman, and child, that la
bors all day in lhe hay or harvest fieid, has need
W il what sort of spirits does he need ? We shall
answer this question 1st, negative and rJnd, po
sitively. 1. ile doe not need that any new kind of spi
rits should le created f.r lain, or made by him.
The Creator prouoiiuc-d all things g-W, and yet
he made no alcoholic stimuli. Such spirits, then,
are either not goxl, or the w isdom of m m has ail
tit:! a g.M.d thing to the ptrfert w orks of the Cre
ator! ! Tue labors of the field were carried for
ward, fr in my centuries, before grand-father No
all, like too many professed friends of temperance in
t'nii d 'generate age, took a little too much w ine
;nd a much longer time U-fore the discovery of the
pr -cess of making alcoholic lupiors. Anient spi
rit contains no nourishment not a partich "no
more," savs a nervous writer, "than a llah of
lightning." It is, then, of no use in the harvest
He does not need the spirits contained in wine,
ha;d cider, orfer, al", Vc. Tin se are no more
nuiricious than ardent spirits. True, they do n t
" . 'h-e drunk route " just as soon hut they do just
a-i llectu.iHv , if persevered in. Hard cider makes
v:', and beer and porter makes stupid, much
s .oner than any man can all'rd to take leave of his
,-enses or his energies.
Ail the spirits aluve alluded to are eril sdrits
an I while men u -e their scythes, and sickles,
ani cradles, to gather in their crops, the Dtril
m i'ves im- .if the jug of bran 'y, gai, whiskey, wine,
-i ! t, v.Ve., to m w d ovn hir harvest, that he may
hi .i 1 them in bundles for that "day that shall burn
;.s an oven.'
'J.id. Wr sav, then, poxitir'ly that the kind of
.v.'e" .-'., th it are necessary m t oe hay and harvest
ii ! I, are -iu.p'v 1, the ,itimal spirits with which
man is e.;d wv-d by natun-: and 'Z, u spirit of gra
titti le and thaokf jlness !r the plenteous havest with
which a b iiintifui Providence has favored bin.
To siv tii it in in has not a quantum xuj' 'of ani-
in :i spirits, i to sav that he is mi. ri r to the brute
4-rejtiou. Wiiv dout tiie lovers of whiskey give a
btle to their horses and oxen, to brace up tin ir
li-M ves, and assist them ia h.iuluiig home the hay
an I grain !
The spirit of gratitude ought to bo a sufficient
stimulus in securing the fruits of the earth. Look
e!'oad Uou that enlai.t meadow that b'aufiful
ti I 1 of clover and timothy behold the waving
jrrihi the fields whiting to the harvest are they
ns? !5y wiiat power or art b;cauie they yours?
'Fine, vou turned up the soil and scattered the seed
but did vou bring down the genial showers, or
th earlv dew? Who caused the vernal sun to
shine uoii the swelling seeds, to invigorate the
tender plants, and rien all your crops ? Think of
the blessings you receive if the absence of all
claim Uhmi the Donor think of the jM.wers you
possess, and your accountability to preserve them
in health and vigor and you will have .spirits suf
ficient to support you amidst tlu severest toil.
Vom the (Hfors'm Canslittnionulixt.
THK SABBATH BL'LL
To me, there is something exquisitely sweet and
lifviug in the notes of the Sabbath Roll; and I
often think, and irid-ed feel, that I hear letter mu
sic and letter preaching while walking to church,
. w ii i ii a ii
than while there, in an places, at an nines, aim
in till seasons, I tak mhnite dchglit in liearing it ;
, I tako infinite delight in hearing it ;
a place where the solemn stillness of
an 1 when in
the Sahkith morning is ii"t wakened into lively,
Mire, and relieving reff -cliou by this sacred music,
I leel as it 1 hail lost a ilea r a liosoni IreMitl. j .'Int. .1. Ah ! we!-n-tmy !
Ami especially at the present season, when nature j Dr. It. Ar-piisitirentss strong, too!
is arrayed in her fre-hest and finest rolios whenj Mrs. A. Ay, ay what's that ?
all her t are is rising (,p and all her energies are i Dr. It. Why, it means a de-ire to possess,
exerted to give beauty and n i fVtio.i to the work which, in a ly, probably shows itselt in a love oi
assigned her, the' liell has a double off ct iiHn my ; marhles, and apples, without leing very scrupulous
mind. It carries me away to childhtMid's earliest jas to the means by which they are acquired,
scenes, when 1 tirt rejoiced in its ehoeiing melo- Mrs. A. (! it's a wonderful art! See, il
dies; and from the dim coufu-ioii of the pa.-t rolls j bam. how the doctor finds you out! es, he
h ick again tli t current of tender emotions, v . hieh, take sh itu to sav it stole all the apples otf our
'- i i . i i . . . i . i ..i.t- ! .
in eariy years m in..: ii.-u.. o. .w ,
love to all iHii.-atli, arouu.l, and above me. And !
in this case it is elili:i both in a relii "is and
p ii!o. iphica! s
i ...j .,w. ni.n it '
t-aches me the seusatins
that children, trained
curnintion that urrounds the,,, ; co.,-eMuet!tlv, t!e-v
are not capable ut couvertiiig into impuriTV in-u
which is pure; and, as far as they do compr'h'-?id,
-ee nothing but gofwiness and love. They indeed
have an idea of jxiwer, hut for them that power ex
ists only to protect and bless. Crime, injustice,
and crueliv. have not vet ivt rifled their feelings
and at such limes as their atl'ctioos ate evrciod '
on subii'cts of devotion, churitv. or love, the hart 1
of no ceature oneai ih is more di interested, w arm,
ai.d tender. I see in them r liiioiis purity, without
uile or (!isiuiii!atio.i ; th-v have no double mean
ing, but act out their thoughts in the eye of heaven
The recolh-ction of childish religion is In-nerlcial
in a philosophical cne, bv teaching the impres
sions the young mind mo-t readily receives and
lastingly retain-. For mv- lf, there is nothing
lb it has transpired, for the l it fifteen ears which
I m re di.stiuctlv rememb-r than the iirst lesson:;
of piety I learned of my mother
P.ut this is not all the i:i!luence the SabliJith-lH-U
exerts on me; it not only brings the p isf to mind,
but inclines me to beautify the pre-ent, bv devotiu"
mv whole time to useful aetin -r and thinking.
When its sounds firM greet mv ear, I alwavs think
that mv lite is shortened one wceK, since I i i-i t
heard its hallowed iwal. Then I ask myself, what ;
testimony that week has carried to eternity lor ine:j
and if. uioii review her mv actions, dav bv day. I
find that I have left any duty undone, I feel that
there is one blank in mv life which I never can
fill; for I do not burthen to-dav with the duties ofj
yesterday. To every poition of my time I allot
some particular employ ment ; a-id if I tail to fulfil
mv eu"a'remeuts w itlia single lion r, I never ex
pect that tlie next will lie long enough lor its own
business and that of the past too. I am not of the
opinion that to morrow's duties are lessened be
cause I have done much to-day, or augmented lo
calise I have done little; for time carries all things
with it, sparing neither duties or those who should
And while the Sabbath-bell is bringing the past to
mv view, it never do"s me the u ikindncss to neg
lect th" liiture. It tells me that if I will improve
tlie present, and judge of the futur? by the past, I
shall lav up for coming time, if not nil the luxuries
and comforts of lite, the greatest of all its luxuiies
ami comforts a well regulated ami contented mind.
Hut it des not stop here, it points forward to
mother world more pure and bright than this; and
fn Is me couspier this one iav et sevtrn, the n'in-
- t .
b! i'o- it convenes, and its own soft and sacred inn- !
ic, as but taint hieroglyphics of that dav and - j
seniblage, and celestial song, when the happiness
man seeks on earth shall be found in heaven.
A PIIRF..OLO;iSTS STITHY.
Casts, Jto.res, and Skulls arranged around the
I!t. rmI, tlKS. ITKIXS, AM) II i r.i.
Dr. irain. Well, mv god Airs. Atkins, I see
that you have brought your son to Ik- examined.
.Mrs. .Khins. l es, sir, u vn win n.ne in
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that trouble, Airs. .tkin. Our discoveries are,
irl rl tni 1 1'. 11 - to tl.tit l..liit ol urv 1 1 itr nut I .11 hi- -
ii;g the natural indications. AIv friend, Air. How
stofi, I thick, sent vou to me?
Airs. A. Yes, sir; he toll me that bv lookini
at tin; Imiv's skull take off your hat, William
and feeling the humps
Dr. Ii. Organs, mv gofwl madam! Call them
Mrs. A. I log your pardon, sir, I will. Air.
H. said, that feeling his huir. organs, I unn
you would ; able to tc!i me what to do with him.
I should like to bring him up to the grocery line,
like his fit!ier, and fake him into business at a iro.
kt time; but the boy, it seems, has read a f dish
book called itobinson Crusoe, and is wild to go to
sen. Why don't y oil take off your hat, William,
and h t tie doctor look at your bu orans ? He
won't hurt you, child. For all he
full of tricks, the boy is as sh.ime-taced Ix-fbte
com;:i..y as his sister. H !d yourself up William.
Dr. It. How o' is the ouug gentleman .'
Mrs. A. Twelve, come next Micha hnas. Ib-'s
but a shrimp of a thing, in spit'- of his great spirit
too puny by half for a boy. Fanny and he are
so inucii niiKo ui.ii u u were net mr im ir cl .tm;s
we should not know t!c:n asunder. Rut I suppose, '
doctor, that's only their face ? I take it their bum
I f'g pardon organs are ipiite different .' j
Dr. It. Fndoubtc.iiv . mv 'M.d Mrs. Aikins:!
1. !:!.- .. . -i ...
nmerence ot sev is :i ii'n. ... o . . .... n ..r
,-.. .. . - . . . . .... . .
cully. 'Fhe perceptive organs, for instance, are
usually more develoxl in women; the reffoctive
org.oi in man
This is quite a Imv's forehead.
me, sir, ici me icei : 1 su ill do you
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The doctor feds of tlie the child's head M rs.
Atkins walks about the room, l.mking at the casts,
and talking to herself. J large tli. tlricti rents
a prodigious combat in nrss ! firmness strongly
develojK'd adhtsirentsssuidW. ' Really, .Mrs. At
kins, this hoy- is the most strikiii" instant e of the
truth of our science tliat I over met with in the
.-w..l Jiwtonti.irw. wli.isi' 1 i i IK-lit iirinii midor uri.-M-r .roveriiuieiit. and will 1 the departure ot the tollow nij Uies, viz : 1 he Urea t to make it pleasant.
.. i -i.. . i .. i :.i i ....!..! ti,;,!,.,,., ... .. 7i...;r.. t..'r 1 r.tlt liios ...ml f laily Line to Ulakely, Xorth-Carelina, iKissing through , arranged for the
mm.sareear.XH.- nou.M .. .o.u , ............. . - j I.ufsb.ir-, Warrenton, and llaldax; at .the latter place sinMe .arsons, either as
works, a love t the.r parents and all they see, are ,nn,s!, argosies ou mut send n to sea a comiuuu;CdUs wi h lhe lorts,nouth Clea and well ai
.... i,. ..v..,..-;,.. I .r ; r U :in :iui sir mri !. 1. Mi' we -a-i iv 1 Sut doctor how is , T, , . ., at r. Liean dim wtu-.ii
i. ' - t - . - ! i.:t ii-iKKi.i ior .orioiK: d coiuinumtr on to liiaKiey, - . r
I.- ... .......l- .l I ..... . ... t .;..o. v. ol. the nn.nl it voo e:o. trdl th..e tli n-r ? ...... .1... l iT.i ' '"S servants, well fu
mi i ii nun ii. viiiii ii! i tia.itvi . - - - - - -, . . ... i kiita .-ii mt: i i n - riri uin il.iii-ili'iKI . iinii tin
-rootless. Childrei, are a .Meat pleasure but f he,, lM,t v ; '" wcUr I, ami e.gnt watches f ul hue the tirt ot September, they will be r tfered
rhey are great care, and" a widow, esoi-eiallv a "' Toy we.e l it.! upor, the floor tor rent or lease. AL S. W. HAYES,
lone woman, cannot help teeliag anxious ab.uf f. '' sagaciously- seb-cted Ins Charloite, June 27, JSia. p6
ting them out in life. To be sUP. I hue o,,!v ! ,,,:"t,,r S WilU'U f"m th" f' 1 ""U,:lU ol ""l e
mv twins, a girl and this bov ,.t still it is a , at "u ""r on ,!"; 1 "' V pn od "iporiSillt Of E-ahlOll.
tr uble. One does not know what -is fitte.sl for to IM a r.otonons oJlend.-r arid w;,s se,,tenc;d to five ;;i
them rxKir t! i-i-rs ' ixeai.s impi i-onaiei.t bv tlie Paris I ribunul. : 4 V . !i iIrs. S. D. Pendleton,
nl it iM.".'.t.... !.,. .. ;m ....... ! ig'&tJ' .ISl.IilXF.tt
thousands that I have examine 1. I never -aw the.liont all the rest.
propensities so strongly indicated. Let him go to
sea by all means
is indeed, it would be of no use ifj
to keep him at bona-: with such a :
you were to try
firmness and nensitireness he would certainly tun
it "i i . .
away. iesiuo-, it wou. he thousand nitn-s. Here
are all the organs that make a great warrior a
t superb distinctiveness a finer combat'tcenns than
Lord Nelson! I should like to have u cast of the!
: i . - i . I . 1. . ,. ... . . .. v- . .
,..;-,. v-..r, .u. - r
Ikmtv in (ho irarden ,.r him. I can trust bis sis. ,
ti r aiy where, she's such a good
Ml httle quiet thin- j
I . ... . . '
Dr. It. Never fear, Mr.. Atkins it's an ex- :
Dr. ?. Whv, J.k here, mv irood madam, do
vou see that projection on the side of jut here,
Mr. Atkins; 'here my I.idv. If I hid a no-
f her child I could show vou in ii moment what I
Mrs. A. Run and fetch your sifter, William.
Dr. B. Av, then I can explain the ditieren.-e
I'll venture to sav tlr;re is not such a combative
whv don't vou iro for your sister, n.y little j
man, as your mamma bids ou V
Mrs. A. Why do vou stand there like a sim-
! pleton ? Oo f .r 1'annv, this monu-uf! t
Child Prav mama, don t be airrrv, I am ran-
dear me !
this is one of
unluekv tricks! (Jot out of my sight
vou r,M.d-t!r-!iothi'i hussy. What will the doctor
sav, to t' made such a toot of ?
Dr. Ii. Make a fool of me! Mrs. Atkins, I
should like to see the eroii that could do that.
It i not all the tricks ot men, women, -mid children
tliat can put down Phrenology. l.ut I ive you ,
I warning, mv g.n.d in id un, that whatever trouble ;
'vou m:.y liave with v-nr son, vou will have more j
i Mb v-'nr dau.ihier. I w as never mistaken in mv
Iif. and there :,. organs in that little noddle fit to
'ii.. ..l i- t .... i I T .
ir'iong io a .i"au m vie. o.-u
kins. She'll f.,iow lhe drum, I tell yon or go to
sen. IJimmI morning madam!
Alake a fool of me
A Ca'd'ie I'-dire (itfirrr. The f . llowing extra-
onbnary m-tanc;- of sagacity, was the subject ot j
much conver-ati n at Pari-, during the last sum.
mT : :"!de,,nn. followed by his l(,g. wetit to
x auxhail : the gf-o learmes at lhe u-kit reiuseu to ai
low the dog to f llow his master.
Some hsoute eisn . and the othVr enme up.
lie f Mind th" visiter pleading; with all his e!orpienee,
lor jiermissjon to lx? atfertded bv his old faithful
friend. "All I can do," said the othVer, " is to take
care .f our dog till vou Invi' this place; you will
find him sat" on your return." The gentleman ?e
luetandv left his d-g, and entered among tie- gay
coneviuv. Pickpockets are as dexterous in Paris as
in Loudon, and h was rohlied of his watch. He
went out and conmlained to the officer. " I have
hm rebhed,' said he, "and he misfortune was oc
casioned v your refusal to let mv dog follow me.
Had the dog b 'en with me, my property would commodious T A V K K X which he occupies, si
have I -n safe.' The nlficer ordered the police to tuated in the Town of Charloite, Xorth Candiua,
make search tor the depre 'ator, but the tverson who tiuee doors west ,,f the (Courthouse. This esfah
had l-en robin -d said he had not the least doubt li-huient has all the necessary conveniences for
his dog w-.uM able to detect the thief.
I 'he of.
ficer was j:t re hiloiis upon tliat M.int, but jwrmit-
ted th" dog to oo with his master.
The animal da-he among the company, and fel- : poses ot a Tavern, this House atlords many ad
lowed a d indv. whoso ;,ir ai,d apjva rauce entitled . vantages from its situation. The v iilage of Char
him at least to the respct due to a Duke. The lotfe is generaily healthy, and its condition ll-ai-gentleman
who h id lost his watch pointed out the rishing. It is situated in a po- ulous and wealthy
person to the Police. "It is impossible that that community, and is tlie thorough-fare of the tra
ejeg.mt young in in could commit the crime' said veiling from the Xorth and Lastern sections of
the gen'.'earnie; " I am certain my dog is not mis- the Tntou to the South and South -west. Having
taken,"' replied the owner of the watch, "ho has determined to remove, the premises will be atibrd
Itrace.l the proMMMy." The Police arrested the ed at very liberal terms. if they are not sold be-
lil I III I IHPII.IIMill.
... , . . c .1 .1
I he Monthly Alaga.ine, m itsn-.tes for the month
1 kl'I'IO' !. kP III I
'iO Iii'i 'tir ci.lnf. o
afT noticin" some o tne womlers whicfi are
-on-ta!:tlv ntaib-d in fhe daily pajiers, and especi
ally that of a drover who fell asleep by the sid4 of
a lime kiln, and slept while his eg was burnt off,
'and then got up and asked a man by whom ho was
roused from his slumbers, to assist him in lot king
j for his shoo, gives lhe following fact, which isequal-
, Iv credible; A h cond i iac, who occasionally
took odd lancies, at last imaginoil iiims' 1 1 ;t tta-Ltt-
tie ; and. sending the servant mi some sieveless er
rand, took an opportunity, in h"r absence, to seat
himself on fhe kitchen tire, where, on her return.
sue t.und him sigg. lie tne,, cautioned her to ; Mijimorv I establishments in the City of Xew York,
be careful how stie took off' his lid, b-st she should to supply her regularly with the latest fashions,
be scalded by the steam, and would not consent to slt. will be enah'ed to have her Millinery made up
her removing it till she procured the kettle holder, j a Superior Style, and on the most reasonable
to save her fingers from lhe heat of the handle. j terms.
He was at length rescued from his pleasant position, Airs. P. respectfully invites the Ladies of Salis
nnd a surgeon was sent for, if Niihle, to remedy 1 bury, and the a Ijoinmg country, to call and exa
the ill consequence of his vagary, when he received , mine, and assures them she will sell every article
a Mitional pleasure from a persuasion that the son j jtl jier me tm accomuKMiating terms. She is pre-
ol t .seulapius was a ri,tr, who had been called to
mend his Ixiltom !
A furious wife, like a nniskct, may do a great
ileal of execution in her house j nit then she makes
a gn at noie in it at the same time. A mild wife
will, like an air gun, act with as much jower with-
i . . . i. . ..i
Miss T,andon. I'raser's Magazine says, " she
i i5 n very nice, uub!ues.tockingish, well dressed, and
! trim looking young lady, foml ot sitting in neat and
! carefully arrayed costume at her table, chatting in
: pleasant and cheering style, with all und sundry
who approach Iter."
j Nothing is so great an instance of ill manners
1 flattery. If you flatter all the company you
pleas.? none; if you Hatter only one or two, ou af-
A worthy lately remarked, that if one would seat
himself in a strong diai't of air, place his feet in a
bucket of colli water, and jingle the shovel and
tonus, he might enjoy all the pleasures of sleigh-
j ridings, at a great dUcuiit from lliv livery stable
.Salisbury, (A. i) to ISali'igh, (X.C.)
XXIOL'S to ailoid every facility to the Travellin?
liih!ir lu.vi- a1m.mu e"tli;it thev have comnleted
- - -v-.. 1
all tlieir arrapemeiit ami can with truth say, We pre-
S(li iri(ha Lhic of firks efsin!Z ativatages
. . f i .., rith ,-asr and
spate hzy obtained that -real desideratum with
u.ii rr... n.. it ;
ruTi-ed as to correspond, in its arrivals at Raleigh, with
rivai at tial ,)!ace VoU !laVO tho cUolce of two Lines
either by land to Washington Gdy, via. Richmond and
Fredericksburg, or by Sleani-lloit to Xorfolk. There
also a Line of Stages from Kileigh to Xorfolk, via.
rarhorough, Murfreesiioroujli, inton, &c, over one
ot tlie best .Natural Loads m the United Mates.
Xorfolk there wdl be no detent.n, as there is a line ot
Steani-lJoats for liillnnoie in eonnexion with this line.
pi ; . .1 . ... .....I. ...c, . ,i ,i; ,i.nY..li-lni.n
1 liis line also connects w luiuiieirotn Ivaliirlito.Nevv bern.
The arrivals at Salisbury is re-ulated"ahogether by
he depurture ot the Piedmont Line South, and the,
( 'reat Western Line for X.ishville, Tennessee, via. ;
'-cnmn. uuuierior.uon, .isnevu.e, ivno.xvme, vc.
i, eaves T)i .vi uisnui iior.-i, tiisnurv. i llmia l ana
SATURDAY at M o'clock, A. Ai after the arrival of Urs, arrive at and depart from the Salisbury IIo
the lV dmont Sta-jfe from the Soih arrives in Rnleigh ; tej tri-week'.v. Seats secured in all other Stages
next days at !) nclnck, 1'. AI. (.caves Raleigh I L r.S-
I ) A V and SATURDAY at o'clock, A. M., arrives in
Salisbury next days by 4 o'clock, P. AI.
licient time on the road for .S' U 1
CO" The Hacks are Albany make, entirely new, and
cannot be surpassed for comfort and ease; the Teams
;;ire excellent, the drivers careful and attentive, and
t:.e l ire low o , .. I .x JUIjIAli all inter-
meoate msuoites , cents per mile.
(TT Pass.-ngers fioni the SiaPh who wish to take
"r !' will be careful to en!, r to Salisbury only.
All liauules and Packages at the risk of the
JOSEPH L AIORIXG.
The Fit re from lltlciali In Washington City
amounts to sVJJ) ), as follows:
From Raleigh to R!akh-v, Stai-e F;ire, . . . V7
Rl ikley to Petersburg, Rail-Road Fare, 3
Petersburg to Richmond, Stage Fare, . 1 50
Riclnnoii-t to Freieri-ksturg. Stage Fare, 5
Fredericks!.. irg to Washington City, Steam
Roat Fare, . . . . 3
The Steam-Iioat Fare from Petersburg to Baltimore,
via. Xorloik, is cheaper.
Valuable Stand for a Tavern
FOll S A. Vila.
rfIU:I Subscriber, desirous of removing to the
- South-Wcst, Oliers lor Sale the barge and
'carrying on the business flr which it is designed.
'Fhe Kitchen, St.ddes, CnL.s, c., are in govd re-
j pair. Its p-esent patnuiage liberal. For the nur
"i-Z A N 1
7if Just recti nd from Xt ir-Yrok the Latest
Spring ixnd Summer Fashions
i: Al II K A C i X G
LAD1I2S' MUh'XI.XU. I) IX IXC, AXD EVEX-
LADIES' CAI'ES, CAl'X, IlOA XETS, 4fc, i$c.
She fla iters hei.s. If that, from a knowledge of her
hit-mess ac pined in ten years, and having made
a ri aniu moots with one of the most fashionable
' pared for Cleaning and Pressing Tuscan, Leghorn,
and Straw Loitnets in the Northern Style.
Specimens of her work, both in Dressing and
.Making of Ponnets, and Dresses, may lie seen at
her Shop Sign of the GRLLX ROXXLVF, two
doors aUive .Messrs Wheeler and Burns' Apothe
cary and Drug Store, where all orders will be
thankfully received and punctually attended to.
X. B. Mrs. P. always keeps -an Assortment of
Fashionable Ribbons on hand, and can supply, on
reasonable terms, those who may wish Bonnets
tf April 11, 18.35.
rymz SUBSCRIBER having purchased the ex
elusive right for Making, Fsing, and Vending
the above valuable Machine, for tlie Counties of
Rowan, In dell, and Cabarrus, offers the same to
the Farmers of those Counties at a very low price ;
the right oP making single Alachines can be had
at any time. He w ill have a number of Alachines
made in a very short time for sale.
Rowan County, -March 21, 1S5. tf
Salisbury, North Carolina,
(Situated oti Main Street, a few Joors above the build
ing formerly oceupied as the Branch of the
State Hunk of Xorth Carolina,)
RyTISOlI VS A. IIAUI E;
TT7HO informs his Friends, and the Public pc-
nerallv, that he has lately purchased cf W-
n. oiauSnier, rsqr., me iiuiiuiu-s, ..... ..
have been lonsr occupied bv him as a Hotel ana
en - j T T"i
advantageously known by the name of "UbU
1S n"w PrePf,ea.
to accommodate Hoarders
The location is convenient to the
ctuu x a t"i lei s.
uusiues oi me piacu, ami miii siiiiiurmu ....y.
1 . x a X 1 -,... T rnti rml
1 lie nouse is convenieiuiy
acconiiiH'dation of families, or
regular or transient boar
red beds, honest and ohhg-
rnished Table and liar, first
rate iooks, a iuu t.ramery , auu an uMi to ai aim
character tor attention and care in the manage
ment of Horses, is unimneached. The Landlord
will do all in his power to nve general satisfac-
,ion to a wlio xvill be kind enough to patronize his
: ea.tabIshmeilt. The frie!uis of predecessor, he
, ... , . . . . 1 - .
iioi-s, lit Airuu hi iinii uioi it. 1 1 oi la "re , its. IICT
.;. ' ,
wi" devote the whole of his time to promote the
wen management oi ms concern.
Sta:e Passengers are informed, that the
; (rt.at Northern and Soutliem Line of Stages
tne .Merchant s ijine l cck v euioru -oniract
leaving Salisbury. T. A.
Salisbury X. C., May 2, 1S.35.
Spring V Simiiiic-r Sahioii".
HORACE K. BEARD, Tailor,
?E(iS leave to inform his fi iTii Js and the public
in general, that orders m his line will alwavs
be thankfully received by him, and executed ir. tlie
most Xeat, Fashionable, and Durable manner on
erms as reasonable as any in this section of coun
try. II. II. Ii. hopes, from his long practice of his
business, (a iiuhiIkt of years of which time he
resided in the city of Philadelphia,) and from the
general satisfaction he has heretofore given to his
numerous resectable and fashionable customers, to
merit and receive a portion of the patronage of the
public in general.
CO" He lktters himself that his CUTTING is
really suerior to any done in this State, as may
le tested by the undisputed elegance of tit which
attends garments made in his establishment. He
is in the regular receipt of the Reports of the Fa
shions as they change both in the large cities oi
this country and of Europe so that gentlemen
maybe satisfied that their orders will always be
executed in the very latest style.
Orders from a distance will Ik attended to with
the same punctuality and care as if the customer
were present in person.
Salisbury, Alav 9, 1 -o.. I v.
Lincoln -UJg County,
rlHE Subscril-er, grateful for the very liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed upon his esta
blishment, begs leave to autiourre to his former
patrons and tlie public especially invalids and
gentlemen or families who may desire a pleasant
Summer Retreat that his establishment is i. w
ready tor their reception, and that he is prepa'red
to accommodate them in a style, he flatters him
self, that cannot fail to give entire satisfaction ; at
least, no efforts shall be wanting on his part to
render his guests comfortable.
WILLIAM S. S1AIOXTOX.
Catawba Springs, June G, loo. t f
Land For Sale.
PITRSITAXT TO A TiF.
ft !s cree of tiie Court of Euui
fJMs tv for Rowan County, the
&iUs3 Clerk and .Master will sell,
at the House of Isham P. Ellis, on the 2?th day
of July next, on a credit of Twelve Months, the
Lauds, belonging to the heirs at Law of David
Smith deceased, in three separate lots:
One Tract, of 173 Acres;
One ol SO Ac re ,
And FIGHT ACRES, on which is situated the
Methodist Camp-ground, called Smith Grove.
The Land lies on Cub Creek, and on both sides
of the Public Road leading from Alocksville to
Purchasers will be required to give Bonds with
approved Security for the purchase money on the
day of sale. " SAM. SI CLIMAX, c.m.e.
June 1., IS35. p?
rITIIE Subscriber respectfully informs the Public that
- be is now earn ing on the above business, in all its
various branches, six and a half miles South of iSalisbu
ry. He assures Gold-miners, Aiillers, and all interest
ed in his business, that he will, on the shortest notice,
furnish ihem with GOLD-C-KIXDERS and A1ILL
STOXES, of the very best grit, and on cheap terms, ex
ecuted m a style surpassing any other w ork of the kind
done m this State. Also, Tomb-Stones, Window-Sills,
Door-Sills, :c., kept constantly on hand. Alill-Stones,
heretofore costing from js35 to j40, he will now make
fur scio or si"'.!. Gold-Grinders heretofore costing s25
he will cut for s-'JO. AVindow-Sills costing 4 tor ss2.
Door-Sills the same. He only asks a trial of his work
being assured that he can give the most entire satisfac
tion. JOHX IIOLDSOUSER,
May llj. J6p
Tiincoliiloii Jlalc Academy.
rIIE Examination of the Students of the Lin---
odnton Alale Academy will commence on
the 28'A day of this month, and terminate on the
evening of the 29th. Parents, Guardians, and
Patrons of Education are respectfully invited to
The Exercises will lie resumed on thclst Mon
day in July next. The price of Tuition per Ses
sion, (in advance,) for the Ancient Lancuaees,
Algebra, and Geometry, 812 50. For English
G rammer and Geography, S. Board $7 per
month. G. W. MORROW, Principal.
Lincolnton, X. C, Alay 2'i, 1S35. pS'