Saturday Morning, December 12, 1835.
ftj State Jjeciflalure. Under the proper head. 1 lie
reader will find a condensed account of the proceedings j
of this body. And under the head of " Latest from IU
leiirh," in a succeeding column, will be found some in
fT- The Official returns for the adoption or rejec
tion of the Amendments to the Constitution, show a
majority for adoption of f,10o. Want of room com- !
pels us to omit our table until next ween, wneu usum
appear complete. Sec Governor's Proclamation in an
To all ichom it may interest. We not un
frcquently receive letters from Postmasters stating, that
some man, who probably has been taking our paper for
a number of years without paying f r it, has removed
to another section of country, and requests us to discon
tinue his paper no pay mentioned, however. We re
ceived a letter to the above import the other day, fiom
the Postmaster at Shelbyville, Tennessee, stating that
a subscriber, (whose name at present we suppress) who
has received the paper at that ol7.ee for the last five or
HX years without paying a farthing, has recently remo
ved to Fayette county, and wishes his paper stopped.
This subscriber stands now indebted to the Office about
When it is recollected that such small debts as
Uiismakc up the sum total of a Printer's income, it will
not be deemed unfair should we adopt some means for
puardinrr in some measure against losses of this kind.
We therefore positively avow it to be our intention in
future, to publish the name of every man who thus at
tempts to defraud us of our rights with such comments
a may le deemed necessary. Our paper, too, shall fol
low them into whatever community they may go, that
others may not suffer by them as we have.
TIIR NEXT PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST.
There is a conspiracy on foot to deprive the people of
their rights; to delude them into the support of Martin
Van Buren; to impose him upon the country as the next
President one whose principles and practices w ien
understood are odious to us all. The chief conspirators
are men who live upon the public treasures, who wal
low in fatness on the money collected from the people.
Their motives are as selfish, as their means and obpets
are unhallowed. They arc the friends of Van Buren,
because they nre much greater friends to themselves.
His elevation they seek, because it secure? to them the
continued enjoyment of the spoils of otTice. To Van
Buren as an individual they are not attached; no long
list of services done to the state can be pointed to, which
have endeared him to the people; for his qualities as a
statesman, if he have any, they care nothing; but one
mle of his political conduct amply supplies all deficien
... i i . i it
cies The offices of the country are the rewards of the
J" :7,n 0f the successful candidate. These rewards
" u , , . i n.i ..Ticienrv of
.M .W-itr hnted according to the zeal ana miciencv oi j
the adherents. Docs any one doubt the correctness of
this statement? Let him look back on the system of
official proscription carried on since Van Buren's coun
eels have prevailed in the Administration of the Fede
ral Government. It him cast his eyes around, and in
twenty office-holders he will find at least nineteen Van
To carry on the imposture and promote this conspi
racy to elevate Van Buren to the Presidential Chair,
they who have tasted and they who have hungered af
ter the treasury pap held a meeting, as is well known,
in Baltimore. To put a false coloring on their proceed
in, thy called it a National Convention. The Peo
ple have stamped on it a name which will ever alter
mark it the Office-holder's and Office-seeker's Caucus.
It is an outrage on truth to assert that the citizens of
North Carolina were represented in that interested, es
sentially self-appointed, irresponsible cabal. The Peo
ple had no part in the assembling of that Caucus which
met notoriously to act the farce of nominating a New
York political intriguer ; neither will they sanction
this audacious attempt to impose a President iion the
country. A similar attempt was made not many years
since our readers well recollect it, to make a President
by means of a Congressional Caucus. The citizens of
this State rose in might and indignation against it; and
what they would not receive at the hands of a Congres
sional Caucus, they will hardly suffer from such a hete
rogeneous, unauthorized medley of unknown aspirants
and intriguers as were congregated in Baltimore. We
think it not a little ominous too for the Van Burer ites,
that a monitor of the Crawford Caucus from North Ca-
... 11.. U..t-...1 of tl.fl crlltk-
rolina in 21, wlucli was so sign ing n... ...
signal defeat when opjostng the election oi i.en. jacu-
To defeat the conspiracy of the an Burenits, to give
efficiency to the wishes of the people, the same course
should be pursued as was done in 121 to defeat the
Crawford Caucus. The People should meet in their pri
nary assemblies, in their respective Congressional Dis
tricts, and select an Elector, pledged only to the PEO
PLE'S WILL pledged aaivt the Caccis Candi
date, unpledged for any particular person. By this
course, on a former occasion, the will of the people was
triumphant in the election of Gen. Jackson; by this
course it will again be triumphant in the choice of one
who shall restore the Government to its ancient p arity
We fcbaU resume this subject again in our next.
Cr Another English Abolitionist. Miss Mar
tineau, an English Authoress whom our readers will
recollect that is if they ever heard of her as a sort
cf Peter Parley dabbler in Political Economy, after
strollins through the Southern States and enjoying the
hospitality of our citizens, has lately attended an Abo
lition meeting in Boston, where she made a palavar ac
ceding to the following tenor : "Bat as I am req jest
ed to speak, I will say what I have said throughout the
Snulh, in every family where I have been, that I con
soler Jiavcry as inconsistent with the Law of God. and
as incompatible with the course of his Provulcno;. I
ihwuld certainly say uo le at the North than at the
pequent elections, was a conspicuous Juncttonary in tnc
Baltimore Humbug of the present year. That indefat
igable whipper in of Van Buren may read the diseom
rTtnr.. which awaits him in his present vocation, i:i his
South concerning this utter abomimtion and I now
declare, that in your principles I fully agree." In re
turn for the kindness with which she Ins been greeted,
we doubt not she is preparing a dish of travel, which
will be seasoned with many a holy horror and pignant
anecdote connected with Slavery. We wish we had
an opportunity to send her a piir of our old unmention
ables. ENGLISH ABOLITION.
The West India System of gradual emancipation it
is now admitted on all hands, by Abolitionists as well
as others, notwithstanding their former falsehoods on
this subject, work so badly that they are in a ' more de
plorable condition' than 'when they were called slaves.'
Every man at all acquainted with slavery practically,
foresaw this result and predicted it too. Tint political
charlatan, the London beer brewer, Powell Buxton has
acknowledged that tiiis scheme of his, for which he
was so glorified that lie enjoyed in foretaste the rewards
of ne"ro deification, is so entire a failure that he is go
ing to introduce into Parliament a bill for immediate
and unconditional emancipation. If the Rritish Aboli-
tionisLs succeed in this plan, their West India Islands
will be taken out of purgatory to be plunged into the
South Carolina College. On the 3rd inst, Robert
Barnwell, Esq., was elected President, mid the Kev.'d
Bazil Manly Professor of Sacred Literature and the
Ev idences of Christianity, in the above institution. The
Facu!ty is now complete a President and six Professors
Charles Gayerre, one of the Senators in Congress
from Louisiana, and a Van Rurcnite, has resigned his
seat. We anticipate the election of a Whig in his stead,
as he was elected last winter by division among the
07 The mnjority, on joint billot, in the Alabama
Legislature for Judge White, is about twenty two.
OCT" Meteoric Phenomenon. A brilliant display of
"shooting stars" was witnessed by a gentleman of this
town, on the 1 1th ult. They were seen on going out
of doors about 5 o'clock in the morning. Upwards of a
dozen were countoJ in fifteen minutes. The same gen
tleman saw the magnificent meteoric t-hower which
took place about two years ago; and he says that the
meteors of the 11th of last month, though much fewer
in number, were in all other respects similar to the
ones formerly seen. Wc should much like to hear
whether any of these fiery ajronauts have visited the
horizon of New Haven this autumn to make their com
pliments to the scientific Professor Olmsted.
Since writing the above, we learn by the newspapers
that Professor Olmsted, whose name is so intimately as
sociated with these celestial phenomena, has still an
eye out upon the heavens. From the interesting article
below from the Professor's pen, our reade rs will see
that he has been treated with a most magnificent gal
opade by some " Merry Dancers" from the North Pole.
We hope the entertainment was made complete by an
accompaniment of the 4 Music of the Spheres.'
From the Sew Ifiiten Herald.
Auroral Phenomenon. Iast night, our northern
hemisphere was adorned with a display of auroral lights
remarkably grand and diversified. It was first observ
ed at fifteen minutes before 7 o'clock, (mean time,)
when an illumination of the whole northern sky, re-
sembling the break of day, was discernible through tl
openings in the clouds. About 1 degrees east of norl
was a broad column of shining vapor, tinged with crin
" ' ', ."- .,
son, which appeared and disappeared at intervals. A
westerly wind moved off the clouds, rendering the sky
nearly clear by eight o'clock, when two broad white
columns, which had tor some time been gathering be
tween the stars Aquilla and Lyra on the west, and the
Pleiades and Aries on the east, united above, so as to
fbrm a complete luminous arch, spinning the heavens a
little south of the prime vertical. The whole northern
hemisphere, being more or less illuminated, and sepe
rated from the southern by this zone, was thrown into
striking contrast with the latter, which appeared of a
dark slate color, as though the stars were shining
through a stratum of black clouds.
The zone moved slowly to the south until about nine
o'clock, when it had reached the bright star in the Ea
gle in the west, and extended a. little south of the con
stellation Aries in the east From this time it began
to recede northward, at a nearly uniform rate until
twenty minutes before eleven, when a vast numlter of
. - i -. , i . - ,
columns, wnite ana crimson, uegan to snoot up, simul
taneously, from all parts of the northern hemisphere,
directing their course toward a point a few degrees
south and east of the zenith, around which they arrang
ed themselves as round a common focus. The position
of this point was between the Pleiades and Alpha Arie
tis, and south of the Bee, having a right ascension of -12
d egret's and a declination of '21 degrees, as nearly as
could be determined without the aid of instruments;
but this comes so near to the pole of the dipping needle
and to the magnetic meridian, that we need not hesi
tate to conclude that, rirreeably to what has been ob
served of similar phcnommi before, the columns arrang
ed themselves exactly in. obedience to the laws of ter
Soon after 11 o'clock, commenced a striking display
of those undulatory flashes, denominated in the northern
regions. Merry Dancers. They consist of thin waves
or sheets of light, coursing each other with immense
speed. Those undulations which play ujxui the surface
of a field of rye, when gently agitated by the wind,
may give the reader a faint idea of these auroral waves.
One of thesecrirnson columns, the most dense and beau
tiful of all, as it ascended toward the common focus,
(the vanishing point of perspective for parrallel lines,)
crossed the planet Jupiter, then at fin altitude of ,30 de
grees. The appeanmce was peculiarly interesting, as
the planet shone through the crimson cloud, with its
splendor apparently augmented rather than diminished.
A few shooting stars were seen at intervals, some of
which were above the ordinary magnitude and bright
ness. One that came from between the feet of the
Great Bear, at eight minutes after one o'clock, ami fell
apparently near to the earth, exhibited a very white
and dazzling light, and, as it exploded, scattered shi
ning fragments, very much after the manner of a sky
As early as 7 o'clock, the magnetic needle, began to
show unusual agitation, and it has been since carefully
observed by Mr. Loo mis. Near 11 o'clock, when the
streamers were rising, and the corona forming, the dis
turbance of the needle was very remarkable, causing a
motion of 1 deg. .r min. in five minutes time. Thisdis
turbanco continued until 10 o'clock this morning, the
needle having traverse,! an entire range of one degree
and -10 minutes, while its ordinary diurnal deflection is
not more than four minutes.
The thermometer at 11 o'clock, was at thirty-three
decrees, it shortly fell to thirty-one, and remained near
lv at this point during the rest of the night a degree
of cold considerably below that of the few preceding
nights. The ground this morning was covered with a
copious white frost, indicating an unusual deposition of
At about three o'clock, the sky grew cloudy, and the
moon rUing shortly afterward, farther olser vat ions were
prevented; but the continued disturbance of the mag
netic needle would induce the belief, that the aurora
continued through the night and even to a late hour
this morning. O.
Yale College, November IS.
(?tr Saoiring. Snow commenced fulling this.
(Friday) morning at 8 o'clock, at the rate of ten knots
the liour, and still continues as our paper is going to
press, 1'2 o'clock noon. Fine Sleighing in prospect,
07" Congress. This body assembled on Mon
day last. We have not received any account of their
proceedings as yet; but expect to give the organization
of the two Houses and the President's Message in our
next, which latter document we, as well as our readers
no doubt, have a great curiosity to see; as we think it
very much depends on the tenor of the Message whether
or no we are to have war with France. In the House
of Representatives there will be a warm contest for the
Speaker's chair; Messrs. Mayson of Virginia, Polk of
Tennessee, and Sutherland of Pennsylvania, are spo
ken of as the Van Buren candidates; and Mr. Bell of
Tenncsse, the Speaker of last session, will be run by
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QUACKERY. Cancer Doctors.
We recently saw a deplorable instance of the clTects
of quackery practised by one of those ruthless impos
tors Cancer-Doctors. A common sore on the leg of a
woman was pronounced by a Cancer-Doctor to be a ge
nuine cancer; and arsnic was liberally applied on it
The alisorption of the arsnic so poisoned the patient
that she lay at the point of death for a fortnight. She
escaj-ed with life, but lost feeling and the power of mo
tion in her hands and legs, and her health otherwise
is much impaired. Now at the end of two years, she
is able to move a little with the aid of crutches, but
her feeling has not returned
07" The Legislature of Pennsylvania ha3 assembled.
The Speakers of both the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives are decidedly anti-Van Buren. Sarjeant Joel
says that the (Sineral is mightily chap-falu at the way
they do things in Pennsylvania.
The IiOuisville Journal says, that wherever the news
of the Pennsylvania elections spread, there will le a
great falling of Pttrk-Chops. We guess the same may
be said of the Mississippi elections.
A Mr. Ship, correspondent of the Richmond Whig,
certifes that he raised, the last season, from eighty
acres of ground, eleven huudred barrels of corn ; which
is about fourteen barrels (70 bushels) to the acre !
The Spoils. Wc understand that two negroes were
recently taken up in Davidson county as Runaways,
who, it would seem from the following list of articles in
their possession, which haye been sent us with a request
to publish them, were not unacquainted with the watch
words of a certain political party that "the spoils be
long to" those who can get them. The negroes had,
when taken Three dress coats and a round-about ; one
dirk and scabbard; eight pair of pantaloons; eight shirts
and one shift; seven waistcoats; four pair stockings;
two sacks of corn meal; a parcel of shoe-maker's tools;
a remnant of leather; two pair of shoes and one pair of
pumps; one pair of trowsers; One tin cup and a bucket
four handkerchiefs; a quantity of beef; a parcel of lea
ther straps; one neck stock; three small sacks; a par
cel of thread; two canes; one religious tract, and a sad
dle blanket They were "fixed for slow travelling."
LATEST FROM RALEIGH.
From the Raleigh Register, of December 8.
By the Governor of the State of i'orth-Carolina.
The Convention which met in the City of Ra
leigh on the fourth day of June last, having adopt
ed certain amendments to the Constitution of the
State, and having by an Ordinance, directed them
to be submitted by the Governor to the people for
ratification or rejection ; and the said Convention
having directed returns of the votes to le made to
the Governor, to be by him ojcned in the presence
of the Secretary of State and Public Treasurer,
and that in case a majority of the votes given,
should be in favor of the ratification of the said
amendments, the same should lo forthwith made
known by a Proclamation of the Governor; and the
said Amendments having all leen so submitted to
the people, ami returns of the votes having been
made and opened, and the result ascertained accord
ing to the said Ordinance:
Now, therefore, I, David L. Swain, Governor of
the State of North Carolina, do hereby declare and
make known to the People of the State, that a ma
jority of all the votes so returned, was in favor of
the ratification of the said Amendments, which said
Amendments so ratified, are become part of the
Constitution of the State, and will bo in lull force
and etfect from and after the first day of January
eighteen hundred and thirty-six.
In testimony whereof, I have caused the Great
Seal of the State to be hereunto affixed, and signed
the same with my band.
Done at the City of Raleigh, this third day of Dc
ccmlicr, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-five, and of the Independence of the said
State, the sixtieth. DAVID L. SWAIN
Ry the Governor,
Wm! T. Coleman, Private Secretary.
Unircrsity. On Thursday, William 15. Meares,
Matthias E. Manly, Dr. Frederick J. Hill, and
James W. Rryan," were elected Trustees of the
University, rice Judge Seawell and Joseph A. Hill,
dee'd., and William S. Mhoon and John Bragg,
removed. And on Saturday, Gen. S. F. Patterson
was chosen a Trustee, rice Rev. Dr. Caldwell.
At the Annual meeting of the Trustees of the
University of North Carolina, held in this city on
Saturday night lat, Governor Swain was elected
President of the Institution, in the place of the
JYinr Capitol. The Commissioners for superin
tending the rebuilding of the Capitol, made their
Report a few days ago to the Legislature. The
actual amount expended thus far, is 8177,000 ; and
the Commissioners think it will require a further
appropriation of S125,000 to complete it.
Public Lands. North Carolina has again spo
ken through one branch of her Legislature, in the
manly tories of men "who know their rights, and,
knowing, dare maintain them," in relation to her
just claims to an equitable proportion of the Pub-
he Lands, or their proceeds. She has declared
it to be her birth-right, and that it shall never be
surrendered. A week was spent in the discussion
of the Resolutions, and they were adopted on Sat
urday, in their original shape, by a triumphant vote,
after numerous attempts to modify and soften them
down. The deliate has been one of surpassing in
terest and marked ability. We shall publish the
Ayes and Noes on the varions divisions and subdi
visions of the question, that the sovereign people
may see how their servants have acted on this
question of such vital interest to them. Last year
these Resolutions were laid on the table in the Se
nate, but we expect better things of that body at
the present session-
Rail-Uoads arc the order of the day in North
Carolina, as elsewhere; and we do believe that the
applicants for Charters are nom? in earnest. Cer
tainly our Legislature can be engaged in no more
important business than in maturing bills of this
description, the beneficial effects of which on the
prosperity of a country are almost incalculable.
They have now before them
1. A Rill to construct a Rail-Road from Halifax,
on the Roanoke, to Wilmington, on the Cape-Fear.
2. A Hill to construct a road from Gaston, at the
termination of the Greensville road on the Roanoke,
to this city.
3. A Rill to amend the Charter of the Raleigh
and Roanoke Rail-Road Company.
4. To incorporate the Charleston and Cincinnati
Just as our paper was going to Press, we notice
in the Norfolk Reacon, (too late for a more extend
ed notice,) the proceedings of the citizens of Ports
mouth, Virginia, in relation to the great Western
improvement, which is to unite the Valley of the
Mississippi with the Rail-roads now constructing
within the limits of North Carolina, on the Roan
oke. Stephen Cowley, Esq., the Commissioner
npjxinted to bear their application for an act of
Incorporation toour Legislature, arrived last even
ing in this city. Thomas Newton, Esq., the Dele
gate from Norfolk, is exacted to-morrow. Gen.
R. W. S. Cabell, representing the citizens of Dan
ville, arrived a day or two ago. Wc have not a
line for remark, further than to say, that we doubt
not the beneficial character of the contemplated
improvement will secure for the application the fa
vorable consideration it merits.
Military. On Thursday last, Solomon Lowder
milk, of Iredell county, was elected Brigadier Ge
neral of the loth Brigade. There were three
ballotings, as follows :
1st 2d 3d
S. Lowdermilk, - - . 92 96 114
James McDowell, ... 92 96 75
Rlank, 11 2 5.
On Friday, Evan Larkins was elected, without
opposition, Colonel Commandant of the Cavalry
attached to the 3rd Brigade of Militia.
Councillors of State. On Friday, the following
gentlemen were chosen by the Legislature, Coun
cillors of State for the ensuing year, viz : Peter II.
Dilliard, George Williamson, Henry Skinner, Dan
iel Turner, Allen Rogers, Sen., Louis D. Henry,
and William S. Ashe.
POR THE WESTERN CAROLIXIAN.J
"VAN BUREN & JOHNSON COFFEE-HOUSE,
41 Opposite the Treasury Department."
Messrs. Editors: I see that Mr. Biographer Bill
Emmons has advertised in the Globe a boarding house
to accommodate members of Congress, under the name
and at the location above mentioned. Now, I would
suggest the addition of Mr. and Mrs. Eaton's name to the
firm of Van and Johnson. The Biographical Landlord
says his premises are well calculated for members with
their trives. If old Tccumseh with his wife and fami
ly should lodge at the ColTee-I louse, it might be more
desirable for members without their wives. Mrs. Anne
Royal is in a storm of fury at the rumor that she had
dropped her royal title to be called henceforth by the
cognomen of that rapscallion Emmons. Huzza! for
Bill Emmons, Van Buren and Johnson, and Mrs. Royal.
Shocking Accident. We learn the following particu
lars of a most heart-rending scene: At the Conrad Gold
Hill, Davidson co., N. C, on the evening of the Gth inst,
while Mr. and Mrs. Wade wero absent from home, at
a neighboring house, and before the children with whom
it had been left had returned from the Tunnel, whither
they had gone after water, some hogs entered the house,
seized a small child, dragged it some distance, and had
nearly devoured it lefure they were discovered. The
children, on their return, immediately gave the alarm,
and the neighbors arrived in time to rescue the remains
of the lexly, though not until life had become extinct.
UNITED IN WEDLOCK,
In this County, on the 8th instant, by John Brandon,
Esq., Mr. VOLENTI NE GARVER to Miss LUCIN
DA TENNISON; Also, on the same dav bv the same,
Mr. JNO. CRESSWELL to Miss MARY MEANESS;
Also, Mr. SOLOMON SICKLKIt to Miss MARTHA
MO WILY. All Nullification White Whigs I Comm.
In Davidson Countv, on theCOnd ultimo, by the Rev.
Thomas Barnum,T. PHILLIPS ALLEN, Esq.,lareof
Baltimore, to MARIA D., daughter of Doctr. John S.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
Near Jonesville, Surrv county, on Sunday evening,
the :29th ultimo, Mrs, NANCY HUNT, consort of Col.
Daniel Hunt at an advanced age. Her illness was
severe, and of long duration having been preying up
on the vitals of a naturally delicate constitution about
six years. Mrs. II. has left behind her (to deplore a
loss which to them is irreparable) a kind and tender hus
band, and an affectionate offspring, and a wide circle of
relatives and friends, in whose memories her many ami
able qualities will long occupy a pleasing place. She
at an early age connected herself with the Methodist
Episcopal'Church, and her pious walk throughout life,
and the meekness and resignation with which she bore
the painful illness of years, was characteristic alone
of the genuine christian.
hi Surry county, lately Mr. JOHN WINFREY.
IN pursuance of an Order of the County Court
of Davidson, I will expose to Public Sale, at
the Courthouse in Lexington, on the Hth day of
consisting of Roys and Girls, belonging to the es
tate of Catharine Frank, deceased. A credit of
twelve months wiil be given; the purchaser givin
bond with approved security.
PHILIP GRIMES, Aministrator.
Lexington, Dec. 7, 1835. ts
TO TEACHERS OF YOUTH.
,4 TEACHER who can come well recommend
ed will find Salisbury an advantageous situation
for a school. The applicant should be a good
Greek and Latin scholar, and capable of prepar
ing a pupil for the Sophomore Class of the State
OCT Further enquiries can be made of the Edi
tors of either newspaper at this place, and letters
post-paid will be promptly attended to.
Salisbury, N. C, Dec. 12, 1S35.
npiIE sixth Session of my Classical School, near
Realties' Ford, Lincoln County, N. C, will
commence on the first Monday in January, 1S3G.
ROBERT G. ALLISON.
December 12, 1S35. tc
Norembcr Term, 1S35. In Equity :
Melchesidick Robinson, et. al.
John Robinson, et. al. )
TT appearing, to the satisfaction of the Court,
that Jacob Hoyle and Leach, his wife, are not
inhabitants of this State : It is therefore ordered
and decreed by the Court, that publication be
made for six weeks in the Western Carolinian, for
them to be and appear at our next Court of Equi
ty to be held for the County of Lincoln, at the
Courthouse in Lincolnton, on the Gth Monday af
ter the 4th Monday in March next, to plead, an
swer, or demur, otherwise Judgement will be en
tered up against them, and the Petition heard ex
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, c.m.e.
Dec. 12, 1835. (pr. fee 82 1G.) p6
4 LL persons indebted to the estate of Elir
ler, dec. d, are hereby requested to make im
mediate payment. Those having claims will pre
sent them authenticated according to law, or this
notice will be plead in bar of recovery.
J. P. WINDERS, Administrator.
December 12, 1835. p3
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half of theyear's subscription in advance, otherwise a se
cond number will not be sent the tc-rms being so low
as not to justify any hazard in obtaining payment.
Any indiv idual forwarding s30 free of charge, shall
have rive copies of the entire series of this re-publication
sent him for one year.
It may be well for American readers to understand
that although these publications purport to be issued at
regular intervals, they do not frequently appear for ma
ny weeks, and even months from the time indicated on
their covers. They will be re-published here as soon
after they are received as it is possible to re-print them
in one of the most extensive and effective printing es
tablishments in the city of New York.
Publisher and Proprietor, No. 25 Pine Street, N. Y.
For the immediate Relief and radical Cure of
HERNIA or RUPTURE.
THE Subscriber, having been legally authori
zed to vend and apply Dr. Price's celebrated
Improved Patent Metallic Truss, in the States of
North Carolina and Virginia, takes pleasure in
presenting to the citizens of those States, the ad
vantages of this highly approved and celebrated
Instrument ; for which purpose he is now visiting
the principal towns of those States, remaining a
few weeks in each, at which time all persons wish
ing to be relieved of the danger and inconvenience
of Rupture, will make application.
In offering the TRUSS to the afflicted of Rup
ture, we do it, confidently believing from the suc
cess Dr. Price has had in curing Ruptures of long
standing, and of every description on one or both
sides, old and young, and the testimony of the
highest authority in favor of its superior utility,
that it is the most valuable Instrument for their
use. It can be worn with convenience, day and
night, which in the estimation of the most distin
guished Surgeons, is essentially important to eT
feet a permanent and speedy cure of Rupture.
No cure, no pay. The poor relieved gratui
tously. JAMES II. OLIVER, M, D.
Here follow numerous Certificates.
The Subscriber is authorized by Dr. Oliver to
apply this Truss on the conditions above mention
ed, viz: no cure no pay-
November 21, lS3o. Salisbury, N. C.