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1K lit Tins JLS
EGS lesve, respectfully, in inform hi friend,
lha citixeruicf adjacent CfMimii. .ami lha nub.
lie generally, that ho i vi t carrying on the
Tinware Manufacturing Business,
I hit old gtanit In Sulitltury, where bo U pre pared
(o eieeute, it shortest notice, nil varieties fif work
in hit line. Orders from dmtafire fl repairing,
hall receive immediate ttritiixi (r AH kind
if Country Produce lakrn in exrhiinge,
Ml! RIItCKIU'Al). i.L,.. th! nnnnrlimitv nf
returning hit mol ainc-re thank lu those' who
' have horv-fofgre favored him with I heir curium, and
hopes by punctual attention la business, I u merit lis
A young man, fifteen or siiteeti year of nge
iiWi'm en ingtniovt as art A pprenliee In Ihe
Tinning Rusiiiciit One from Ihe country would
be preferred. E. R. B.
- Rowany-March 8, 1 3H.- - if
T HAVE now i fir rate large new Flnt ; fully
sufficient to carry any wvgun nnti U-ain acrotut
the river with nfly.Bid a the Ferrviimn livca
directly on the bank of the Hirer ,nt the Ferry,
there will not bo any tune lwt by waiting on the
Ferryman. . It i one of llio olJ:t Ferry wi tlie
Uiver in tlii prt of the country, and it eiteiiMve
ly known by the nane vf
and haa leen nn Record for the Ium forty prari.4
It it about one Mirth mile ibove w MteiKt I wrd.
Ihe Catawba Uiver, in Uncnlif county, ('.
The rate of Ft-rriago are ai foJIiiwst
Footman, . ., . 6J crnU.
. Man awl home, . . 12 j Jo. .
Ooe-lmrte Carriage, . 25 do.'
To M . . 23 iK
Tlirnfl'V . (;. d.u '
Four- horse Jen ro and wajw, 75 do.
Sis " fl 00
Duo attention and roy Ihatikt will le gien to nil
who nay cnll on nx. FREDERICK MOCK.
Lincoln, March 2, IttB.' :. : Cf
Will l6 Sold,
Tu'5dny of next Hownn Superior Court, n
' large and valuable Trart of Lnnd, hinx in
Davie county, about five mil'M north of Murkaville,
near lht X roada, and adjuinin Mr. U'hitaker'a
and Ijanw' plnntationa, ami ia centrally Lnown by
the name cf PinchbacU's TaTCru. There
are no improvement on it, but the immense quan
tity of wood and rxc llcnt Tmiher reudenit truly
valuable. Tertna made known on the dtiy nf icilo.
MATTHIAS rENMNOER. .
Rowan. March 2, 1638. V , 2t V
A oil CI) TO Dr.EiiyTts. f
LL persons imlclHed to the Estate of Jnrne
raigr, wc u., oy iHe or accouw, are ht-rehy
notified to come frwri mm! '.Kh f .y . 1
liatey. A fuilure vn the part of any flfie indebted,
to comply w ith this notice, mar- expect to -will
with tlte Sheriff or Cowtahl. The Ft.ite mutt b
utthd. THOMAS CRA1GE, ( . ' "
-- R. N.-CltAltJE.- V : V .
Roa an co., Jan. 25, 1835. " "Z '
For Salisbury and Jlornnloii.
rjMIE Stages from Fayetteville for Salhtliury lare
now in full operation. They pnveFajetteviI!e
en the mornings of iMfmday ana r rway, at ftree
clock, and arrive at Salisbury on the eveninga nf
tlie next days to tea. Returning;,' they Irave Sl
rKiry orr the eame mernince at hmr teJncki-trrjtrr
me at Fayetteville on the evening of the next
days. Fasaengera real nine hour at night, st Al
len's in Moore cm(y.--Fare, 8 50 CCIlln.
These Stages connect with my Line from Salisbu
ry to Morgnnlon, This rout airrds great facili
ties for merchant in the interior to visit Fayette-
yillo for the purchase of lh'ir gla, exchange of
moneys, Hirehflse of drnfts, ccc., occ, as it is the
cheapest, most expeditions, and direct route be
tween the two places. At Fnyetfcvi lie, stage lines
leave every day fr t lie north and ttonih.
A. CARM1CHAEL, Proprietor
4 aCk.vn : .' ' ,
J. RROWN, (Lafavette Hotel), Fayettcville,
A. C. 'CCKKY', Carthage, f .
T. A. H-GUE,SaIisbttry, .- . . i
T. M. 'YOUNG, Stat(!sviJI . iV
R, C. PEARSON,Morgnntu:i. . 1
"January 84;i833 (feh. 2): " " 3rrl 7
:KEW EASII10XS ;
HO R ACST II. B EntJt : Tailor,
Tl ESPECTFt ELY nfurimliis friemTs nnd the
Mic; that he'fitift fiorrH-a oii tfio T.VfLOlti
ING BUcilXESS nt hfy old Maud on main street,
next door to the Apothecary fctre. Mo is ever
ready to execute the orders of his customers in m
style and manner not- surpassed by any wnrkmun
in the western part of the State. ll?is in thi ro
pulur rect!it of the latest .Loridoii mid New-Yoik
FASIirON?, and preph'nid ti Hi-eouunojato tin
tastes of tho fasliioiiiiMc at all Iimks., j
OCT Cutting garments of nil lti:ds nttrnded to
promptly ; and the latest rnsluons f.imish(.d at nil
times to country tailor, and itistrucliotiH icn in
Cutting." Snlishiirv, Jan. lS-S.
i Lt persons indehted' to tdc Htitn nf Ani!rrsoi K.
A Foster, deceased, by tioli" oi iirrnnnl, lire hTehy
notified tlint niiless'they-pny th" fuuo "a or bctore the
weekof -Davie County (Jourl, in J'Yhnmry next, t hot
suit will bo brought uijon 'sll iiifs wi!n.nt (ii!luic'ion.
IJIIRTO.V I iUl'JK . .
RU1TT X. CllAHIK i ' l"
Rnwnn Co., l)tw.
I.-o t i c e .
iX LJj persons indebted to mo by Nolo. tHLjVe.
count, aric requested to rail and get tie the
sanie. R. W.' IX)X(V
Mansion Hotel, Salisbury, r '
"Xovcrnhcr 29, l1i7. S" i "
.12 In. ItUlliilM'l1
'Pill J SCrofwl CJ'HjIrr of tho V
commence on the 1 iiv iV
commence t 1 iiv v .""""'v, "
A fo more pupils cau'bo a:r.oiiiuiid,iid. I.' '
t-it Boaku may U had for rtlit dollar lr month.
I' irnl II.-vm.
Embracing nil the higher Irwi.chta of IVnml"
. I Mnfniii.il tw sniitrtrr. . t7 oO
Hernial Clni. , 1
ConfWJla Rradin-'. Writim. Arithmetic, I'mitl-h
Gramnr,cVOirwyV Geography, jrqr. 3 -0
Oriental Trlnlinjc , per coire,
Limp innt and Chcnillu work, d.
Ws VVoik, - . do.
Fmtf-h, ', . per quarter,
Music,- ' , per aesaion,
Falilmry, De. 13, 1937.
; & oo
'PlIH aUyceh;)ratfd Watering placc,titn.
ited in Ltncuiu county, S'orth Caroltna, ii now
undergoing a thorough roure of repain, and will
be opened eat ly in the chuing 8pnoj for tlio re
ception of yialteri,of which notice will be hcrcaf
ler given. , , '
" , JOS. W. HAMPTON, Proprietor. .
Jan. 20, 1838. ' '
tor P. 8. "The Chora Gazette, CarooVn Cim.
rif?fUlurtihi.JTe!r,c,ope, tlharlwton Mercury,
Auu-ta (JooiMitiitioimliHt, Millmlvillo Ueconler,
and Columbu Enquirer, willjrwert Ihe aht)ve,(ps.
r.loivof I bia Pitcril,) three week, and dirward
accoiint to ihinoflice.
f TIT -I" 1 P""' eecond hand Gig and
J .U, f 'K IfirixM. in pood repair.
"rf ,P7jons lsiiater.'-;
PaluUirv.ot. 24, 1837. " " - 1
- iVOTlCH. -,.
'lnEsflhscriSiep Iml a'note of hand bearing dale
.ahfiitJlhe fth of .January payablo six
month aAer date.drawn by Daniel N. Albcrnathy,
with Robert Abernathy aeeurtly, payable to Alfred
I). Cnrr. , ' J
All persons are hereby rautioncdvzainat trading
Crf said unit fnm the finder.
. DANIEL N. A KERN ATI !Y.
I b. 9, IS.IS. , 4 6t , .
r; young Gentleman residing i0 the i-
cintty of Falichurv, is desirous cf purchasing
from 25 to 30 Tamr Dtt r, fr hich Iimi highest
market price will be grVenJ? if application be made
soon. Address T. Frkncr at this office. "
Fthnmry 23, IW. --if. '
To lc VuVjVic.
jCtmCE is le re by giu-n, thai sjpliction will
! Imiile (a thn neI Tiril.iturn nf fnHK Pa.
roliiia, tv;ouipt-l lltotM- (Hjrsons coninuig the Fire
.Cpn'Ptny in the Tin'or Salisbury to ncrform
nulitttryoiily rnrTeUU liy eiiruiieu rmnfm
" February 23, 163 tn.h
;T A N:N J-N G-5M 3 1' S 1 N E S S ;
Ji 'WILLIAM WOOD? & FON,
I ESPECTFU ELY loPirm llioir fneiids M the
iHhlio,thut t!)uy havi entered into c"piirtner
thtp lu, Uie -r . v;-v f . x ... 4
4.TniisstrtzJili!infss' . .
lAt ihe old stand of iVni.3Vools,'near the R'Mtie's
Ford Road, in the vicinity of Gen. W. II. KerrV,
U.tjiilca weal of SaIiabiirjV5'Aeywil always
keepotl1imid,a large Quantity of wellTanncd Lea
the of. all decr iption-ii hich will b sold on- the
most moderate terms for cash, on short credit or
iq exchange for green or dry Ilkles. -- '
previous to the lt Januiry, 193), must come for.
comjwlled. to chwe his business. ; -.
Jut.ua7 10,"l839 , 2m
31J0OS 3. THIilPD,
TVISHES lo inform his customers and the puh
V lie geitorally, that ho still carries on tho
STONE CUTTING UtiSINESS,
and is ever ready to execute, in a very superior
maimer, oil descriptions of work in hi liin.'V
Gold-Grinders, MtiLStones; M litdo'P and Door
sills," Donf tteps and Tetnb-gtonfi, are executed in
a yery tare styled His grit for Mill-Stones is very
g(MHl.- Mr. PhUips also bgto inform the public
that lie can execute Eugravings fof yanoua Vintlsi
He will En "rave inarhle-slaUi neatly, and granite
toinh stones tan he well executed if desired. His
ha r"es s ! ral r n tvenys tjc TCJtonahlc,"nnrt as ai
inoilating as M'sihIe. t ,
PtsrsnrrairrslitTifflo have work dune" in ihn alive
line, will tfo well to call at the residence of Mr.
Philips, srvuti riiles. lutji of Salisbury.
' - :v$0llC4V , " ; "
r"nilEUE will be olP-red f..r sale, on the fhir-tet-irlh
day of March nevt, nt the lute dwell-ing-lioiiae
of John Trqtt deceased, all tfio pemha
We property belonging lo the said tprtate, consist
ing 'f !
HORSS2S,' ' CATTLE,
TWO Yoke of Oscn well broke, two wagons,
(me Carry -a II and gig, corn .and fodder, about
JTwo thousand pounds of Seed Cotton,
Farming Hiensilt. HiHiseludd mid kitchen fimiittire
AUo'tl'.efX'W Mllali m ,ho 'S(,ri!n ,iiv'
c-r to i rented, and a good" many other articles
too tedious to mentiort. Terms mode kn.iw;i ot
ihedav of sale. ! , i
" THOMAS II. TODD, Admr. j
Fi-hruary 23, 133. ' tf j
N. P. All' trsiii) 'irnlobted lo tho estate of
John Troll der'dl are n-qnented to come forward
and make settlement on or before tho day of saIg
as the estnie inust he .lo"ed. And persons having
clnims against id estnto will present them for
payment Icgally'iioiheniicnlea within the time pre
scrilied hy law or'this noiicc will Iw plead in bar
of their recovery. . T. B. TODD, Ailrnr,1
:j mid vwja
rPlll". Eh.t.r of li.f! lnvi!!o Itr,H.rlr f Hers fr
- i!i tl.o Vs!iiiiii,rt r , Type and Mhre
f.t'un-'s lln-in t t,o Dnivillo OlLervrr"
i i'. '1 li't it ! f(nl,i1,u.i i(t i tilirHt A food
ss i,ew in we hsve r o ye fur it at Ibis office, w
j!l wll it for a U)W price, on J ou t credit of in
IIIDIilliS, - .
Jiihuury 12, IH.li.
'I EM PER ANTE MEETING.
4 MEETING of the Rowan equity Terriprartr
HiCitiy will hu hi ldfet th Mnhdit Epuwo.
pal Church in Sahshurv, on-Tueslsy the VOih
March iM Xt.at 0 oVl.Mii, P. M. i;krta will be
luado to rendur tlie tneetmir irlereting.
THOMA8-L COWAN, Prea'l.
March 2, lW 1 3i
S a 1 i s bury IJ a U cry.
ESPIXTFULLY inform th citisena of 8a-
lisbury, (hat in aikliiioii ia Iter Confection
ary, ihe ha employed" MR. WELCH, of New.
York, who; is profeW Raker, ta carry ooolat
business in all its Viriods branctie auch as tho
following, viz t (
.roi'.mi aid roiiii vxnr.i
Jtunblca, Clu-rr AnU, Na jnr sin-
' fjcr Dread, Moumc Ginger Bread,
Tea Rusk R!uIa, fpunge Bit-
. cult, Torts,' I'Ics, . Spungo
Ant! all kind of C A K E 8 that ire h kej in the
principal cities. Any of the aboye artic'n-s cau be
iurnislKxl to fuiii'ies, by givin? tini' ly fnjtic,
. ' . lAmiA I h t KALr. 1 .
Sali-Uiry, Feb. 2, lSiS. 8m
JOHN C PALMER ha.
ju-a returned from Piiiludel
phis; with a very
l ine Aiw4irtinrnt
of the abote arlicies, of an
Superior RAZORS and KNIVE3.
lie can aafi-ly say that his aasortment is superior to
any in the western part of the State. Call and see.
'(W Watches and Cls.ks repaired as usual, and
warranted for twelve m-siths.
Sali-diurT, Nov. 3, lb37." tf
THOMAS J. BARROW,
io, 3.1, Slrrel, IVew-York.
fllTERS for sale COMPLETE ASSORT-
v MENT in the above Jn", cninpri-; ninny
very rhotee pall, rn imparked to order for the
country trad", or in te original nnrhnge
by Tetter will re-fie every sfentnm.
Now-.Yo. k, J.in. 3, 1 us, (feb. 2)
WOR Tfie" Cifre r (ifaTiwiiireveryaHefy of func-
tionnl disorikr of the siiiuunch, ISowels, Liver
aiwl Spleen ; such as heart-burn, arid eructatii ns,
nausea, tit aa sen, l ain iihI distention ot tho
mnch and bowels, incipient diarrhea, c lie, fldlu-'
lence, l.ahiluuf ciiveiiew, low of aniwtite, sick I
head-ach, tirhiest, cVc. &c. They are a safe
and comlortahle nierient f,r Femnh s dnrin Prrg
nancy and suWquent coutinemei.t, relieving sick-,
nes at the stomach, head-nch, heait burn and many
of the incidental nervous aliections. Literary nun,
Students and most other persons of sedentary ha
bits, Find them very convenient. Those, wlio in
dulge too freely in the pleasures of the Table, find
spoedy rtMief fconi the sense, of oppression and dis
If ''iJ entire Iv nw fashimi.
iftlirifhTriWs; AsTrrrffiTamf,d gnntttmrgerfHnmtms-erre'
Dinmr Pill ihev are invaluable-.- Those who are
rlriiitving Mineriif WftlertTiii'Ml" fia rriciilaTfly ' ITm T
from Southern climates and Airue and Fever dis-1
tacts. wiUjkdiluu ,a
wno are exposeu to tlie vicissitudes ot weatiicr. on
voyages or journeys,; can take thctn at all turns
with perfect safety.. y In full doses, they are a high
ly efficacious and safe Atiti-Cilious Medieinc.
"Phey seldom or never produce sickness at tlie sto
mach or grioing.
Jnuiremcncy is strongly attested IV Cerlihcntcs
from the following geiuiemen, viz: Bishop Ive
Rev. Dr. McPheeters, Rey. (3,' V. Freenien, Rev
B. T. ,IJIke, Gov, Iredell, Hon. Hnrr 1'ottor, )
Hon. G. E. Rodger, Hon. Richard limes, Thos. !
t. moo's Hotel, IhvIwC. ton-l, Dr. E
Di-. J. Y. YoungrUtv. F. I,. l!awk.i,&c
hrcctioii!, (iccbmk.uv each Itotr.
J lieserl'iHrt are for sr.lo, by appointment in ai- i
M every Town In the United Sin tea, and Whole-',
n.t . ' .
wi(L' an! Retail hy 'the Sulwc ihers, to whom ap
piicanons rimy ne. inane tor Agencies.
HlOMAS L. jUMi1, Gen. Agent.
' Raleigh,- i
; (griMdoor vctt'ef the Presbyterian Church.
I'. Uevereux, hsq. Professor Anifcrson, Win. Hill, j ry npt to In-set men oi intellect anlnlenf.espeeia
Esq., Secretary ,f Stntt, Win. S, MI10..11, Eq., j llv when ihoif tiine U not regularly filled jip, and
late TreasAirer, Jas. (Inmf.E 'q , Into Coioptroilcr, j left at their own -arrangement. Rut ills 'like the
W. R.' Gales, Esq., of the Uesntcr, Cant. Gnimi, i ivy round oak, and ends by limiting if it does not
7Yiea(orr'?JidU-inelrptr(irtfttdritfitonhtind''' Father nlwas keeps me so busy, I haviit had
and for sale ut ' TJltS OVFHfF. I time to grow." , '
"Mint ysr bk4I
I'M'EIITAINTY OF UtT
sv aiaimr ihsm.
TK-nratli iur feci, mJ o'er our lead,
Is npikl warninj givrns
Ih-nosiii us he t'ts toinit(-a J J,
AUma us ia lha heaven. -
D"tli rsirs on every Mating art a ; .
I la lurks on every nwer ( .
Efb mmmta has lis wn disrtse,
luj peril, every hour, '
Our eyes have seen the rosy light
Of iuth's soft cheek decay.
Aim fti ihfcen4 in sodden night '
,' On mtahowl's dikIJIs 4j,
Our eyes Uvs seen t! steps of sje
jUll feebly toward Ihe UMnlj,
Aul yrt hii earth our besrU angsgt
Abddresuiof drs to cooiel
Turn, mortal lam I th danger laow,
WUrcVs thy tA esn tresd, '
The earth rings hollow from Is-low,
AaJ warns thee oi bes did I
Turn, christian turn I thy soul ipply
To truths divinely given J
JThe. Luora that a adiinetth lhct lie. .,,
Mislt live for bell or heaven!
M l.-CEI.LA N ROUS.
ON TIIK FATTENING OF IKXJS.
There is anoiler coniinunicalKifi from Mr. L
lltimiitediwi, lit ilj)tt of whieh is to recommend
lu f.ini ers lo soak ihe corn oVstmed for their hogs,
until tt hat Urmn0 soured, iostewd of feeding it lu
them dry. Much i-f hard corn M in fitltinieg
hogs is not digested, and a ciifiderable portion is
diehrgcd with tlie dung, which ds them no good.
Mr. L enlinisles ImI me-teiith of Ihe corn It-d lo
bnge may be saved by kuig. Intimating the
iiuinher iif hogs annually fiittetMMi to equal the pop
ulation of the Stale, leaving out the cities, or at
830,Orjn, and that fa. irbog conwined Two 'bushels
of corn, the saving hy soaking tho feed would then
have Ueu ;iO)(Mi; nor upon ih same rakutstinn,
it wtiold aiiMsmt to abou. 4200,(H'0. Mr. L thinks
S4kiug a good as grinding, with tbedvanluge of
saving the loll, or tstc lciith. If corn is msJe.le
undergo fermentation before it is fed, the reasoning
may be coriect ; hut the nKslern behnf is that a
saving of nearly Sit per cent is etE cted by grind
ing ami r -oih'ng com twlbre it is fed, that the glo
bules may lw ruptured, and the dextrine, or nutri
live properties of the prain, msy be folly dei kp.
ed. Accurate experiment, made by the Rev.
Mr. Colu.in, lave shuwn that pig fed with cooked
Ionian meal, gain twice as fast as when fd with
dry corn; but on the supposition that twenty-live
pei cent, woutJ lie saved, exchfluvc of Ihe toll, the
saving u;xn the ostimsleof cisisump'ion laid down
by Mr. IHniiintedieu, wmild amount lohalfa mil.
lion of ihdlars, wniiully to the State of New York,
byVriivhnj and cooking the corn feed for itogs.
A boat with two men, niiemjning to remniif
Misiuri at De Win, in Cnrroll county, was upset
by a sua;, or the ice. Tbe men got upon a snag.
The Re. Eh Uuthtie, a Mr. Smith,, and a Mr.
Curoei, aticmited lo rescue them by going with a
skitT. with which they unpronched very near. when.
from some CBU.e, the skitf was unset. Guthrie
j s,,utli wuie inftantly drowned, while Dames,
bv dint of swimming and jumping from una cake
i" m;c ta another, succeeded in gaining the shore
Oho i perUhed viith" cold, oh tho shag, on Wemies
do y, but his coihuiiioii in this awful hollaring kepi
ahve, and wi kept awake by the crowd on either
shore, until Friday, when exhausted naturo so far
gave wuy that he fell asleep, and was swept from
ihe sting by the descending ice. He swam down
the river, however, for nearly a mile, when, bo.
coming pressed upon nil sides by the ice, he cried
Imtt tu- tha muUiiudu ou the shore tiui hetuuxid!
aim! suuk.ta rift.n9,jniprej , v. .
Pursuing our Interests. Every one would pur
sue his own interest, if ho knew what it was; in
fsct, every one does pursue it, but tho generality
tWatly mistake it. " No man would-choo-ie riches
before happii e.-s, power lefore quiet, or fame be
fore safety, if ho knew the true value of euch; no
man wtaild prefer the transitory and worthless en-
joymenl oi this worm, to me permnnem omt sub-
. . i ..... .
re,,ci,.v ' n l,cUer " ne na a c,cnr
" b"th 5 DUt B scc uie tomc "HJgU a
mist, which alwnys magnifies ; and lite latter seems
to I at so groat n distance, that we scarcely see
it at all, and therefore it makes hut little impres
sion upon our senses, and has as little influence on
our conduct. "
Sir Walter Scott, writing to a friend who had
1 oil must be uware ot stumming over a propensity
wtiTch" i'asity ' IwSt 'fS-ywi -tVmm-tinr 1i-liiT"iifwrt -IwiTi
iug your lime fully employed; I mean what the
call 'dawdhns, ' Your motto
must lie ' lluoaoe. t'o msuinwv what ever is t
be clone, inn take the hours of recreation after bu
siness, and never before it. When a regiment is
under march, the rear is often thrown into confu
sion because the front do not move steadily mid
without interruption. It-is the same thing with
lm. - ;iupss. it innt wmcn is tirst in liana is not tn-
glaiitly, steadily and readily de.-paiched, other thing
accumulate behind, till nlTairs begin to press all at
once, and no human brain effn stand the confusion.
Pisy mind this : this is habit of mind which is ve-
ilosirov, the power ot- inarm and necessary action.
I i:nt love a titan so well, to whom I ofler ft word
of aiivicc, that I will not apoligcw for it ; but ex-
pect to Hear von ere oeconio asregtiiaras a wuicn
dock -hours,' qiiiirfers, ininutes, all mulked and
. I i I. . .
Appropriated. J oh m a great cast in lile, ami rmissi
h ' pl.ived with ail skill and cauiiom " Loclchart.t
Life of Scott.
No time to in'ow. Some .one-naked a lad how it
' i . e i . t If , i: 1
w.yh Hit was .so snort lor i s nue . no hmuisu.
turn ih i l f,u, s: ,t
We csm fnitn hf lat'l pfr' tht P
aidrnt snJ ll.icrtora ,t tk Jrwsthn -f t!.--t
city luvn lrn luffiftrj by the grm.d jiry,
U-rn arrctrd, Tl-o reirt ftli t"".o.
who had iuvf tigted the alift of ('
f f t
trnillh lkk hil Urn pubilid, and pn-nt
ahauf ful clalguo f alm.es. I he d rrf 1 Pre.
dent, L K. t'-uppm, ahjoe wt io-h U 'i to Ihe
llsnk la dirrrl lnlMhttra now ouLtsndujr, '
anvsmi ofVv,H7,77J and forhktth Uok
bad little flioie tharyerofui aeeurtly.
. j. ssssssajasaaaast
Tht TU turning. liy lh acloiiner)lifthLA
New York, ibert were shipped few df
everal bato i ColU Vosa. TI.i J'"
from t factory in this Stale, and we tile it i.
evidence that Ihe article can bt rnl D.tff the North
ern rtarbels in soccesfuI competiiioo with lh.ir
owu piunufaclura," Wilmington Adtxrtyrtt
' , PENITl-NTIAItU
It appear from Ihe report of lle n;rlora nf
the Auburn Suit Prinon of JMew, York, for tho
year ending the 30th of September, 1637, that lha
earnings and incidental eourcee of pnit Jolhe pri.
eon, atiKHjiited lo 5fJ,747 6-1 cents. TJe average
number of prisoners was 670, ao that Ihe amount'
earned by rach prixmtr, (including Imileotal ,
source of profit,) was S't'i 10 cents.
Uy the leport of the IVmlenliary f Virginia,
It apfi-ari that Ilia aarnings of the prsoers!or 7 "
the year ending the 30th of September, i47,
amounted to $19 313 27 rents ..The ave.age
needier id" prisoners was 103; an that Ihe mount t
earned by each was $100 II cents. There are
no ioeiihsilal .sources of profil tt tiki r!fiilenlisnr, '
SPFJXII OF MR. CAIJIOCN. .' 1 . '.
Tle speech nf Mr. Callwun, delivered to day in
the Senate on the Treasury Ihll, asema to be re.
garded on all hands as the ablest efjort ever eulde
by Ihe dislinnuUIied ipeakerfricnda tnd enemirf
unite in this. When, after speaking -some thing
more than two hours, lh Senator took di's seal, a
distingumhed olilicil opponent olsserred ia aaotb.
r.ul hare nrrethenrd or read any inlrUictvxxl
rforl that tqualt it. n Already .larce'orderf are ..
given for it in pamphlet form, and ve altatl, as aooo
ns it apjiears, hiy it U fure our reader--ICjb4
in Hon Chronicle,
Hum ! Yea and verily, Penekioe, the ipirit ur-
geth and moelh me wondcrously lo beseech I lice
lo Cleave unto me, ami become flesh f my'flewh
and tKMte or my bone. Hum! Truly, tihadiah,
thou hast said wisely, and inasmuch aa jt if writ,
tea, tlmt it is not good for man to be alone, lo and
behold! I will sojourn with thee, hum J, '
Yialc ilcYiannicnt. -
INFORMS his friends altf die pub
lie, thai he has taken the (Jnose for
hmtIv l.v f.l IV m. P. k'.l.
" jy, in ihni.ii or NoeKsvMiix fse "
rotwir, with the view of keeping PRI VATE EN. "'.
PERTAIN Ml. NT. Tlie IIouiais.my and
comfortable and in the business part of tTje village.
The ubstriber pledgee his best exertion w ren
dnr sal faction la all who may call on biro.', Hrs "
T ABLE will ul all times be supplied, whh the
best the country afjords, and his U A stocked
with the choicest Liquors. ilmStnblesare c.tea- '
sive and safe, will be well supplied with good Pro
vender, and attended by n first rate Hostler.
-Mo'ksviMe, Feh;2, lAW.-- ' 5.f-
c.4tr j : y r .' v: " i -----
5 Dollars Reward-.
T OST in the road lending from Danville to Sail''.'
bury, between Patterum' and Andrm-Koo
set', on the 7th instant, January, a smull Morocco
VOllilVV lH)OU. contninin, CO
dollars of nmiiOyT-One "Hi dulbif TdtTornhp FniT
ted Stales Riink ( one 20 dollar bill on the Colum-'
bus Rank of Georiria : one 10 and one J) dollar bills
on tho Hamburg Rank in South Carolina, and two
) dollar bill on the Rank ol Columbia, S, Carolina.
Any information will bo ihniikiully received and
the. u Love reward gueu for thu uurity of the mo-1
iicy so that I get it ngaiu. Address i -,
IBAAC II. WOODINO,
Carlisle, P. O., Troup Co., (a. 2m or tf . '
Salisbury, N. C, Jun. 12, 1S3.
The IViuville Reporter will insert the above two
months if not earlier forbid, and fiirwufd liia ac
count to ibis Office. t , ' , .
cheaper than EVif.:;;
3Iercliunt Tailor. ;
1 S i,ow receiving, froiu JStvv ork and Phi lode!-
pnin, a general assortment ol Cloths and.Cnssi-
rrrriona en nrs tor wmter. tnrml h whw-
a general nnd lurpe cssnrtnicnt ol stocks and Col
larsp BosfTins, end every other a rticlu usually -kept
by Merchant Tailors. Theso. goods have,
been selected by him in person, nnd" can bo.
confidently recommended to the public,' arduap
and good. Having worked at the Tailoring Ru.
siness for twenty years, he hops that ho shall r
.. ' ... a
not be considered as presumptions m calling) him.
self a jmlgc of cloths. He has llso jus ceived
THE N. YORK AND PIULADELPIIU
And tho above will bo mndo" up in a supetior stylo
of Cisliion, nnd warranted fo fit well.
Ho will also keep on hand a general Mstfrty
All of wjiich will he sold very low for CfJsh. or on
n credit to punctual dealers. All kinds of Cutting
will he done on short notice. Orders for wfrk front
a distance will be punctually aftonded to
The public, are invited to call and examine pri.
ces fir themselves, lie still" continue nt'his for
mer stand, south of.tlie Courthouse, in flih lnro '
Brick building. , .
Salisbu-y, . C, r . . tr
P. S. As ho is an Agent for some of the mofet '
fashionable Tailors of Philadelphia and New York "
he would be happy to instruct any who may wish "
to lean; tho art of cutting garmtifils. He also cot
linucs lo distribute the Faal'Jons. '' -
07 Letters'lor Fashions must b.fi post ytid.