POETIC ir ":
V ' V.
'MUCH TBf tEMll I'MUFill.
TUtt MOTHER'S FAREWELL to u;a U T.DDCP
' DAUGHTER. v ' i'
' ' : Co, detrcit one, rri y wlEsh love, s ' . r
i . , Sll never pl. thy cheek t f
- Not e'en mother's fears for thee : ; . . '
. . . Will 1 in sadness speak; " '.'- , ";,-v
" how Can I wftft colduess check .'v
v " 3 :, The burning tear tbtlh: v, ' ''-i
' -thou Dot lamed from me to dwell, .
, . : " , Within another'! heart! ,, . . ,'
- . ' , - -.' . - . ,-
t-?-'- ? tfwkon.evlier, brighter days, If- ;'
":AVoetl firm my lips were prost ,
J:i,:;'appon thy balmy brow whikit tboij iv
W helpless on my breast; "r'J
fa fancy still I see thine eye A7--'.V
Upliltcd to my ftce,, ; : , - .
f hear fbj lieping tones f nd mark,- ' y
: With joy the cbildivh grace, , '" ' t-'
E'eo then! knew it would be thw;1 " " .
t i i. i.; ik.. t .
j, 4 uwuy in v cu in turn nuur, T , ,
, Another would its perfume steal, -
y, wr When I had reared the dower;
Ana yet I will not breathe a aigrfr-i ;;
u "r Hpw ea,n 1 dare repine 1' , -The
sorrow that thy niothor fuels ; '
I7WjiM ', '
' A mother's love J oh ! 4hou know'st not
1 , IIow much of feeling lie ! f
fn those aweet words; hopes, tho fears,
s The daily etrength'ning ties, -'
, That live ere jet the infant drawa4- ;l
'And diea but when t mother'a heart.
j ChilU jo tlje rft'P-of deth,:.i,:..-:
.Vill be in whose fond arm thoii scck'at
Thine all pf earthly bliaa, .
--'J " fl love ttntirtng'deep,
- 4 And free from self ts this ! '
" ', Ah no! a i jjijaband'a tenderneas ' -j
; ' Tby gentle heart may prove '
- But never, never wilt thou meet
'. : : Agin mother's love. '
-rr M fet he jntwt ever be -
Fond a in years gone by , .
' y 1 While US roy heart it shall be like
, ' A y ' A dream of memory.
'Vpcaret, farewell, may angel hoati
... VV-. i' Their tigile o'er thee kecp
" '(tp csn I epetk that ftarful wprdj
v .4 - Farywell," and yet not weepl
V ' Too moav front, in the firt" Mr.' Samuel
plick of Siickvill, rvho,by the way, ts a vory acn
s-.. foible man, disoouraeih an follow about tho afore.
: ;. -'eajdj sayings ftftat. tre proverb Is true a res-
pecU the gals too. Whenever you see one on 'em
; J, k ith ft whole tot of woothearts, it's an even change
' : - jf the gets married to any on 'em. One cooU oil,
. 'anrt another cooU off, aud before ahe briua one on
'em to the right weldin heat, the coal is gone, and
lho,frtt ia nut. .Tlmn aha may blow, ami blow till
whe'a tired : she tnay blow u a dust, but tho deuce
pf flame can ehe blow up again to save hor."
TaiUand Short Taii. A lady, in pas
aihg through llampshiro observed the following uo
(ice on board ; " Iforses taken in to grase ; long
jnila, three shillings aod sixpence ; short tails, two
ahillinga. She aaked the owner of the land the
reason of the difference of price, lie answered :
"You see,' ma'am, the long tail can brush away
the fliea; but the short ones are to torineotid by
(heuij tb.dt they can hardly eat at all." -;
.r!3Irr.iur(lf the c(atid.J-J,o( Crrammer.
. piiM of a tirae at llopkmg, MJr eel hie claw to
parHiK the followt
the folluwinff tinea of Pope :
Heaven from all creatures hidca the book of fate,
:f AH but Uic page prebcrjoed, u
-The word 'all, in the aocond line, bad teen
rra'd,wueircoming to the word 4 but,' end dirpc-
" ing hie 'eye to the ueit pupil, the mauler aaid,
".iBnl, the next.' No aoouer was, the word out,
Uiub -plump went the lead of the pupil into the
thread basket, of -hieHftt neighbor. "Boo I hoo!
poej rtiareiJbp aJtet..ini!l4u.-itay.- Wliat are
yon aViiot there eaid (ho mnster to the former.
. . . . - - . i ' . ku ii
v i ani Dumng uio nen, air, aa you
replied ihp ladf v .
A Conrenitnt.Jail.Sinm time ego a person
rn incarcerated, in a jail, not above live nnus
from Paisley, for want of the needful.. - A friend ot'
IiTacaiiie7rronJ1lIIaicbw to aee bimTTind fur' thai
purpose called pn the jailer. The jailer unlocked
. J - I - , -i
the outer door, and alter having looked through
several rooms without milling lhe prisoner, ob
served, " Pin thinking he'll he a we out lu the fish
ing to day, but he aye comes bame gin five o'clock,
aud ye'll be sure to get Kiro then.
Monsieur Poupletpu, a diminutive, jealoua, iras-
cilil". radish-nosed merchande tailleur, in one ol
iltu UUHUI.IU LIU1 B. mi a 1 1 1 l wuij iuioihhiii,
was seized with an unaccountable jiropoosity to
Coimnit llagellalo'ii upon some one ho was uul
particulur; as to the cause, win, furiooih, bo had
.... . .....ii..... I,. i r.
resolved it should come after ilnjJfcllt'Ct.
pordinglv eoiniwnced oMTaiioiis upon an unoflcrid
ing apprentice, who cnlmly remonstrated, but with-
nvt oVa,l,le s.a, of saUCory ex.,,K. raMo,,
the bo begKcd piiwiusly Vat is dat jou a j ,
I I I ryl lT. Ul 1 iwnim u I .- t.uu-q iiiu
I V ... P I .
von deiu rascalle f Oh no, exclaimed the trem
bling victim. Vol den, z;ir, I know yat you (ink
1 mm ..rtrt wlt'vn minn Mil K.1 tr.'i r atiutll
, ril ...... i .... ... . ...u wv,v...a,
ftp you for dat ! I (
Unanimity. A Scotch pHrsou in his prayer,
said, " Laird l'l-s the grand council, the parlia
ment, and grant they nuiy hang together." .
"A, poMiilry fellow standing by, leplied, " Yes sir,
with all my !eul, mid the sooner the Ix-lK-r aud
I'm sure it isj th prayer of all good pe .pie."
" Rut friend, said the pnr'n,
I don't mean as
that fellow does, but pray they u 1 1 (jang together in
accord and concord."
" No matter what cord," replied the other, "so
ti but a srong ouc." Sunbearn.
AJUMJ'INU TUUTII-AL'II. - j
Extract from The Lift and Adventure a of Dr. Dixli
, oiue Duckworth! A. M. Cl.' ..' '
' Dodimus, afur ixMiing sundry exhibitions f hh
mantcr'a skill benun to be very anxious tit try m
own hand at a cast of practice. An itjiporiuui.y
wu ivt long wanting, for one niormu, be wus
exeixiHinglhe pestle in bis innstci's absceoce, and
longing loractmiice Tor atioinj)tU( aoiiietlnng by
hi own ability, a man entered the iuop jh a hand,
kerchi if tiud rnuod his jaw, and with a counte
nance more rueful than it he had lost all bis relation.
U,U the doctor it Ijwue!" wid bo. w T " ' "
"No mr" ' "il- ,,.:S;:'f
V Where is he I" H "J'; V'???'; .'"V-. Zt:
V lie' gone over to CrtTcumpaw. " i f1 ?
" Crincum dev I I came within an inch of swear
ing. , How soon, will he he back t ' 1
" by, I unoee in -the course of two or three
hour, if you can wait eq long
two or ttiree aga vou njigflt aa well eay, i
cant -wait i mmut," .:';7- i yw-V'r
There tint nobody a'ick. v; But 'm as mad n I
can live, I've got the jumping tooth.achu ; and want
the doctor to pull it.
- " I can, do that myself, " beginning to take the
instrumoots irom a drawer, r:
, Vou i" said the" man eyeing him suspiciously,"
did vou ever pull a tooth!7
" Did 1 I wonder if I haint now !M returned the
student, in such a tone ai to carry with it a convic
tioo in the mind of the hearerj that he was expert
in the buainesa.. hen desiring nun to taka seat
he Uegiin wjxaniineJheiineuUiug looth.
,f Do yriu aee it 1'1 said the piriici)!.- .
, "I wonder if I il-uj't !" said Dody.
,"01i how it does jump!" exclaimed the patient,
at the same time springing uoon Ins foet, and ra
ving round (he room like a bedlamite ; "I believe
in inv sou! it'll iuuio out of mv bead."
" Shut your inouth thon. iaid the student Hi,
and keep it in till, 1 get ready to pull it." ll
scatod the man oqco nioreand desiring him to ett
tend hia Jhws as wide us he could, ho introduced a
horae fleam by way of a gum-lance ; and U-gau to
cut around, the tooth, . . V
' What are you about there I" roared the pa-
tieut aa well as ne could articulate, with the fleam
in the mouth. :
" I'm 'cuttjng the goom," replied the atudcot
M You've got 'the wrong tooth," roart-d the
man ; and seizing the hand of the operator, he
. wrenched, k. note
and epiuiog'out the blood, lie exclaimed Vni've
cut uiy tonguo naif ofl l-I--- - i '
Wiiy didn't you keep your head still then 7 "
said Uoly,! , -
48iilllou blundering toad you: end let you
pull the wrong tooth t The one I wil to have
drawn is on the other side of the mouth, and in the
upper j iw, instead of thj umler one." ;
: ' Very well: how tdvHild you know which I was
cutting? You couldn't see l, and 1 could."
Yes, but I could feel it though."
" Fefliiig is nothing at alt to be cotmwrcd to see
iug," laid the very scientific studeul. ' 1 coull
see what 1 was about, wh'lu you whs only ft clin."
" Well, one thing I know," pursued the man,
Myiiii've got the wrong tooth."
"Very well,' returned I)dy, "just as you say,
I'll pull any tooth you like ; 1 ain't at nil particu
lar about that."
The uutieqt was presently seated once more, and
t i i - - . i t-t
oprmojfTmi(r nis jaws, ui'sigiiaien wun iih nnger
the particular tooth he wiahed to have extracted.
" 1 see t," said the surgeon, boginiiing again to
flourish his horse floaiu: " I'll gH iho right one
now, inhere s any right to it. I hen cultiug free
ly round the tooth, he took the extractor, and be
gan to make a dcinoniruiioii of applying it, wlu-n
the jratient charged him anew to bo sure and get
the riuht tooth..-. .
" Don't put yourself in a pucker, replied the
youth : " don't you think I've pulled a tooth afote
to day ?" Then applying the instrument, he beuii
to twist ; but preseutly resting on hi ours, lie usked
if it hurt! ' .
Our with ii,n--
in With the "nistminent in his mouth. ' - -
" Very well, air," said D uly ; and he began to
twist once mora ; but slopping again, while the pa
tient wri'.hed willi paiu, ho enquired tho w-cuiid
lime, with singular tiumanily ."iflt didn't hurt. .
Tho pat:eut, unjnaleful t alt lhi atlanliuu to
his ficlings, instead of replying merely drew his i
fist, aod tailing the operator on tho side if hwhead.i
' ....-,i i,h.....b.i i i. -i I
the language ofthe.tudoot.lioked iuturml)oe.
- " Dody now raised Ins fist, and was about ma
king' a rejoinder in aoine siunlur terms ; but sud
denly reeollechng tnoisell, 4m firbore to strike; any
jintf ir w his place to cure riot to kill, and that if
Ibe patient -would allow hui to. aimly the iiistru
1 . L . .... I IJ ..... ....
meni once more, uio loom nouiu cuuio oui pruuy
darned uirk. - --' .
:: The patient acquiesce J,' but "awore that If he
slopped again to ask .whether it hurt he would
break his good-for-nothing nuabskull for him.
. "I meant it inacivil way," retumed.lue student,
u aud had no idea you'd be affronted a'jotit it. Bui
I'll do the fob to" your liking now; I'll make the
tooth hop like a parched pea $ if I disi't then dam
me !" ith that he applied the instrumnut, and
giving a sudden uiul lorciMe wrenih, out cnie!
UU, V4i ve puiieu my head .U ! exclaimed tlrt
man, springing u(h.u lua feet, applyiug bia hand to
his jaws, groaning, roaring, and raving like a mad
bull which hasjus4sh..kenan.aiiriroiiltism.
" ell, twas done plaguy slick, wasu I it I said
DihIv, "fir the fiist one?" thus, in his exultation.
betraying the ignorance which he had' before the
The firsf ot.e !'- roared the man, with mingled
; rnge and astotiWhinent ; " did'nl )ou just Tell jnejAr. LT win '
....I...., I.,l ..,,11.4 n..n., . ,Ui.l" 0 a - ," .
jm had pulled many a one I" V- .-r i
" I wonder if I lid I" returned the prudent youth,
Yes, you did," said lhe patieut.V 'Then lookuig
at the'spoilri f his mouth, which paiiT.liad r -
jiiu imu p.uii v. Hinnj
vented linn from fxnminiug befofe, be broke out
with new ne Confiamd our awkward soul I
you've pulled two teeth instead of one 1" ' '
Well, you need nl be so mud about it, return-
e'd-ihe student coolly, I Ihuu't charge for "morsel 0"t)"00 Iba. Casting, aw't. . "'"' ' "
than one P ' : ' ",..- 25' kr-gs Nails: ' '' V :t -;''
Shan't charge l v"NVr guess you won't I ' 1 1: 5000 lbs. Car Lrnd. " . ' " - ' V' ;
wouldn t hud it pulled, that sound tooth, for a bngbl
' silver dollar. It's enoui:h to lose" a rotten one.' .
It's no bvss to loe a rotten tiMh. ihouLh. rt
plied the student,' "and ai for the sound one, thit!
would have been rotten some time if I hadn't pulled
in nave been rotten some ume u i nnun i puneuj
think jt best to make a business of it and!
ave u good nnmber pulU'J ut once. 1 lie y tuin!
ienp!r iuh it way. . . i
" Ttou hadn't ought 'to ax nny thing for pulling
either of these, vx ing you've nmde such a fist at
. ' ... - -. '
" Well, I told yoa I shouldn't charge you for
more than one." ; ' , ' . . . , i " -' " '' .' V
, I'll bo darned if I pay you for that" V
Irs no cnosarn ot nune, replied the studctrti
H you may seltl it with Dr. Whisilewind,".; ; ."
i Iw patient einm txaiud jup hjs iiwa with uu
handkerchief, put tlie two extracted teeth in his
pocket, to keep as a memorial ot ntn soncring.anu
bidding the student good day left the ahop. ,; V ,
A northern paper,,, discussing! 4he euljoct of pe?
lyOTmy.sflyst-.Siilornon himmlf bad three hun-
dred wives aud six huudred porcwnnr.., .
Go home, said a gentleman to a tipsy Irishman,
who supported himsi lf auaiost the railings i-f W ash
iniftoh iMjirure." Ah now be aisy I live in the
square, isn't it going round and round, when I see
my own door come up, won 1 1 pop into it ii a jiny.
. Selling without License.--An Arab, having lost
his i-amet, swore th il if it was ever fmind, he would
sell it for aiingfq dirheni.' The caivl wasfoimd;
but the owner was vry unwilling to fulfil bis rash
oath,' At length he adopted the following expwU'
ent s Taking his cat, he entered t!iH market, pro.
claiming:" Wio will boy a caoi!! for a dirhem,
and n cat for a hundred dirhetusT hut take notice,
that one animal will not be sold without the other."
Kuill, the Iseatous ngont of the Loudon Missionary
Society, at a meeting at Loeda last week, gave. a
thrilling and dreadful account of a aujierslitifln
which has lately, beei discovered to prevail in a
part of the Madras Prrsiduucy , India, where the
farmers are in a habit of fattening and killing boys,
and tuttiftg their flesh fNtntlhSi f tKne,vy M IMf
aie yet alive, and sending a piece of their flush to
each ol their nelds or plantations that the blood
iiwyb ' sqiieezd but ot it on tho soil Ik fore the
child dies ; this being done with the view of making
the soil more fejtile ! Twenty-five boys.'.arjnoiigft
liio finest that could bir found, were discovered by
the British wddiery in una place, umler the care nf
the pne8t8, fatteiangforsluughtor; und in anotlior
place. fiAeu were found. They ere of course
rescued, and put uuder the care vf the collector ;
and it was belioted the' iniKnionaries would take
ch?rgfl.of th,o poi- ju
the Christian religion. Liverpool paper. ,
....Auuust 17, isaa
uacon, . . . . a tzj
Urandy, apple, . )-" a 7(
peach, . 83 a 90
llutter, . . ,lija 15
MolaaseB, . . .55 a
Nails, . ... 9a
Oats, . . .
Pork, . . .
") a W
0N a 700
. 11 a VI
, 141 20
, 8 a Vii
Cotton, in seed, . a
2Jr i Sugar, brown,
Si loaf, .
Coffee, . .
Feathers, . .
Flour, . . .
Flaxseeil, . .
a 45 Tullow,
. 'Xi a !17J : Tobacco,
W) a 7tKt ; Wlieat,(bushcl).10(la 113
7-! Whihkey,. . '.'45 a 30
Linseed Oil, pr. gal. il V! Eggs pr. do. 7 a 8
AT FAYETTKVlLli:....Au-ubt 15. 1-KJ3
liucon, . . . . 11 12A Iron, . .
Ilrandy, pooch, . bo b 0() , Molasses, .
. -.noUr.V. - - - Nn4U, t'
. it a
Halt, . . .
Wool. . . .
Corn, . .
Flour, . .
.12 a 13.
. H a
. 80 a
...August 15, 1838.
U a 121
20 a 22
121 a 16
8 a 10
75 a 871
JV (. cut,
Outs, . .
KiCe, , .
Salt. . .
. 10 a 18
. 4H a 50
.450 a ttlO
. 10 a 121
t 'otfea, .
j Flowy country, .650 a 750
Steel, Americau, 10 a 121
I iron, ... , ... an.w .
turd, : Mk i2i
(ieruiau, . . 12 a 14
Tallow, . . . 10 a Ul
Tea, 100 a 137
Tobacco, mu'ftJ. 10 a 30
j Luther, sole, . 22 25
Molssst'?, . . . 40 a 50
Orlenni-, ". ; 45 a 56
It I 1 1 I 1 1 Ul tr,iy Ihu 3.1. instant, mi
& road loading from
gujaMJr tl joncrj w
a, , " ,
' Jacob C4deinai. a, a
one tiu!e and a hlf beyond
mall 1'ockel Yal-
CSon.n.nii.g aa aint of Cab, and a reMpJ
for Stae fare, of which the following is a copy :,,
s, ."" , August 1st., 1638; '-.
Received of Samuel 6. Hamilton tweuty-one
dollais, Stag fore from Abbeville C. 11., 8. C., to
j Mdtoo, N. Cundiua.'
Jou.n Faocabt, ' . ;.. . .
. . For joiix McLaren.
.The bove. wallet may bo had by apnlvina to
! Julm Mt Laiu sikleen miles West of 8ulistHiry,near
the road leading trom Suliobury to Wilkesboro'.
August 10th, 1838.
At ILL NVORK' MACHINERY, cVc.
iron Fouutiery, situated at Norwick, New
LMidon county. State of Connecticut, is now in full
,ra,ioi an)J w, furi,iHl, CasHng, of every de-
iKn ot thi
ae tery best uunhty, at abort notice
' alu luuHhtH .,.-,. ."M.ti d.ti ..! M
,,-d, mh! Machinery''lt to ord r by skilful and e.
penenced wotkrneii, enual to anv in the tailed
s,il,, VA r-.,a- ..- .......i
- j .J. HUNTINGTON, ;
03 A list of Pattern's mav bo seen at this Of-
V"5 t W!?Em
1 JJ'l Tj.-VV; , 1' 7
' 1 1 ST KCl VKD and for sale wlmU
f ia!o or retail, ; '"V r - 4' ,
f " -S3 lgs CoUee, '
' JO hbds. Molasses.
' 5 do. Fugar. . j ' ,".
-1 100 k k Liverpool. Salt, hrge sizes.
dfitio lbs. cpun Lot'on, assorted ioi.t
t : ,
2 bbls.'brst Dutch Madder.
8 tibl Loaf 5ugar.
M' - ri iiriii IK. ...... M nn..M. w it ii.il ,
' .WjVUV IIMM Ul WO-VHI 11 1IJOWIUV, K?t:iiuiFi iioil
-. ed, Scollop, and common bar Iron
'By J. ot W." MURPHY,'
- . . iy - j. o
Salisbury,' Jiipo 26,1833.";
nr? ii.a Cnrp, t almost everv variety of looe-
tKMwl disorder of t)ie Stomach, Bowel, Liver
I J. .1....- . ...... K a. htf.irl.liliril. IiCIU ITOCIil 1 1' Ml". '
nausea, head acli, pain ami uisu-iuhhi u mv -. ,
... o.,iu.ii.Pnt rmfinonient. rclievini sick
lUW , " W. i
nesa at the' stomach, head-ach, heart burn ahd nny
of the incidental ncrrouaallccti ns.v literary mt n.
Students and most other persons of aedentary ha-
bits, find them very coavenient. nose, w no in
dulge too freely in the pleasure of the Table, find
speedy relief from the sense of oppression and dis.
teution which toltow, oy laauig mo ins. v
Dinner Pill they are invaluable. Those who are
drinking 31 ineral Watert and particiilarly those
from Southern climates and Ague and Fever li
trict9, will find tlietii-a valuable adjunct.. Those
who are'expoaed tothe yicissitudea tf weather, on
voyages or Journeys, Can . take thein at all times
with uerfect safety In full doses, they are a high.
Iv efno4cinii andsafe Anti-Ciliou Medjcine.-;-.They
jicldoul or ncycr produce sickness at the st
maeb or griping. ' '",' "v,;;';; v--v'';-', '-i
Thek efficacy is strongly attested by Certificates
from the followini? centlt-men, vij ABthhnp Ivea,
4 Rev. Dr, McPheetcrtlcv, G. W, Froeintn, Rev.
B. T. Blake, Gov. lredouVHon. Ilenrr Potter,
Hon. G. J2. Badger, Hon.- RichardtlineK Tho
P. Dovereux, Esq. Professor Anderson, Win. Hill,
lute TrawirerrJa: Grant, Eiq , late Cdrrptrollwr.
W. It. tiales, tiiq.K'or the register, CBpi, uuion,
G'uiWs Hotel, pr, K. C. Bond, I?r. E. Crosby,
Dr. J. Y. Younir, Key. F. L. Hawks, &.e. Ample
directions accompany each Box . ""..'.
These Pills' are for salei, by appointment in t
wokl every Town in the United tiat,and 'WkoU
(te .and fictiitl by the Subscribers, to whom ap
plications may beinudo "for Agencie. .C '
- THOMAS L-JUMPTGea. Agent.
Rnloigh, N. C. ; ' - :
C3r IU door wtst of the Prtthyteria CJiurck
OCT The above Medicine kept constantly on hand
and for vile at- v THIS OVFICE.
THE CATAWBA SPHINGS.
'pHE Proprietor ot this establishment gives no--
tice, that he ii reiring aud fitting it up at
coiwi'deiabto 'e'Jtiiensei : hnd in a superior it Vie; and
will have it ready for the reception of company by
the 30th ot May. tt it situated on the great &ast
urn and Weitern line of Stages, from Sulishiiry via
Lincolnton to Ashville, iic. ; (a ttdge pasting there
every day vi the week but one.) the country
around ia broken aud proverbially healthy, and be
sides tho mineral properties of the Waters, there
are many inducements to turn the attention of in
valuta and others towards thi place. Its proxiwi
ty to the lower country the cheapness of living
lltt) excellence of the neigliboriug society the
a bund a nee ol gaine-the rich held aflorded to sci
enco especially to Mineralogy and Botany, are
facts not to be overlooked by. the travelling world.
But it is in the Mineral iu.tli(iM of the
Stiriiitrsi that the great tr;fctiuii to
wards this spot cousists. The Proprietor has Do
exiigerated lists ol cures to present to the public
lor he has just taken possession, nor would he deem
a a impltoteol -either ht the-gwHt teste nrsagnci
ly of the public, to present such if he bad them
But he has the assurance of some of the most sci
enlifio Physicians and Chemists, to the rare aud
valuable pnaiertios of these Springs. In 1824
Professor Olmsted (now of Yale College) made
strict analysis of this water, and pronounces its
loruign ingredients to be ,- - "
Sulphate of lame, ' . ,t
Sulphate of Magnesia, -'- j
. Muriate of Lime:
For a mora extended statement see bis fieolopj
cal Report of North Carolina, aothorieed by act l
us io buu uio very naucring reiuuiKa ol mis gen-
tictuan-i-bul any one at all acquainted with the
sulijoct cannot help percetying the peculiar ailapta
turn ol these .minerals, to the disorders that most
prevail in the South. '
The Proprietor can only superadd his determin
ation to meet patronage, by an (infliivching atten
tion to the wants, wishes and somforts of his visi
tors . The Springs are now, aad will be through
out tho ycarOjicn lor the accommodMtion ot travel
; JOS. W. HAMPT0xT4
-March 18, 1838.' '-' U
ft li . r 'j r. .
or inr,Hmoen courier, uoiumna I lines,
Charleston Mercury, Augusta Cuistitutiouulist
Milledgeville Recorder, Savannah Republican, and
CiJumbus Enquirer, will ;inaert tbo , above, two
siontnsrwevfely rand" send accounts toT Cala"w ba
Springs. . , . :i - J. y.
F EPECTFULLY inKrma his friends and the
public, that he is still at his old business of
seven miles South of Salisbury, and about a mile
from the old Charleston. Roa'd, where he is prepar
ed to accommodate those wihihii work in hi lino.
He now has ontiand and for sale, irood supply of
.-lrr.a 1 y- sttJA various aoes amf ricea, from
iwewy-nva in tnirty floirart a pair, tT tha liest grit
and workmanship's also WINDOW SILLS, from
V'J to 2.o0; JIOOK.SI ,L3 from 82 to M; DOOR
troru flity to seventv-five cenU TOM B 8TONE8
from lOto ia? GOLD (up shaftj GRINDERS
20 a piece.-'.' "--' ' " . -V, v - , -.
.w ikita.aii inri itiani n Hnui ai' luiiu iu -
leiice. habiiuul cwtiveneh,Musi XC apet.Uv sick J Scales, FU, Plug, LeveK Sparatet, tuJ v
Msad-ach, caVlne, 4m5.;&c."4 They' are safe tmu XwiU; io the most iwrlivulo. He
..( ivunliiHahlo HDerioul for Feiiiak durins 1 (mm aim '16 on entire set of Ifuxuan ICatiimt t. "
from fiAy to seventy. five cent, i"TO 11 STONES L V T .' fi'-ued so until the lirM
from Si (tm ftifif r:or.n r.. .1..11V iJDiinpDarWlrch J, It wiHild occasionally heal up.
i The SubscfiUr hoi by close aHent'ion to lisl.
nesa, and Jiis detern.inalWto fu'n.Uh none but tho
best article, and on reduced terms, In nierit and
receive a liberal poniiin T public palrohage( .7. ,'
' Rowan County; April 13,-1 M8. y ' l2-o i-
: 1 v TEMPERANCE .J1EBTIN0. V .
i; MEETING of the Rowan k Cabarrqia Tempe
a. ranee Bocietiea will be he'd at tho House of phi.
lip Rdlemaa on (be new Concord Road, on Tuesday the
IWtti Instant, at. 1(1 o'clock, A, M. Address may le
expectsd. The friends of the'eanso are invitwl to aU
teed, , BAM'L.LEWLY, Pr. Rowan T. 8,
' Pleas.nit Henderson " ,v
(QZ?W& PROFESSIONAL BER
TICEa i the Citraens of Salisbury and U
emit; He occupies' the Brick office of the late
Dr. Mitchell. . 'V;t'";h ';r.;
alibbury. y. ?4 May 1 1839. - "A . "
m:. t.-j. tovi'ii:
-,. ..: (Late of Philadelphia,) , ,.f
r I II AVING located in Salisbury, N. offer, 1
' Professional Services to the public. llm
I'tnli.a. ul Nrvinui A tliu mil, i II
, tor ma every operauoij penainiug iq IJLNT.
le also inserts whole set of indestructible'
ambonuiii, Mineral or Porcelain Teeth ur1
new principal by w hich they subserve all purpf
of the natural, not only, in appearance but to J
!. . -ii j: . '
Vice, acurvry, wuu an uimiuuca . pccuiur 10 i.
mouth, gums, ieeth,adveolar processes, oic. sp
ily 'and efiiictuaily cured, 11 irregularities in n
leeth of children remedied io a short time,
cient time will be given' before payment is 4
manded, and it his servicoa should not prove m,
factory, no "charjre will be made, TllE VQu
SERVED GRAT13. ; -
N. B. Dr. V oflice ia at the MansinohV
Dr. F. will occasionally Spend a portion of his ti
ai Danville, Prince Edward C 11., and Fans!
ville,' Van also at Kaleigh, Milton, Sulcm, Ckan
it it r L.li ..j M'v-1- "i
lll, upTuawrv JM wuwwic, it, vuroiini,
'May "a5, J 838? &?.,-M,A.-: tf.
, ltOKMa biatriends and tlic
A lie, that be has taken the Houafc
j meriy.occijfikd by CoL AlWF.
countyf with the siew of keeping PRIYATE L
TERTAJNMKNT The House is roomy
coinfortablo and in the business part of the ?in,r'
The subscriber pledges his; Lest exertions Mtm
V v"w -v a'wnns ma, ft
der aatislaction to alt who may call on biro, ft
T A RLE will at al times be supplied witk j
best the country afTords, and his BAR atockf
with the choicest Liquors.', His Stables anseife'
aive and safe, will be wcllsitppliod with gooJri,
vender, and attended by a first rate Hostler. ;
Mocksville, Feb. 3, 1838. N r -
M W idMilfi ii t s5 aw W ; .aWi,i
r JOHN .. PALMES J
;Just returned from Pkik4
y phia, with a 'very ' ',' -
miSfLl 'of the above articles; of a
a 1 T?T- ' entirelv new laslnon. -1 kr.
.' assort mem ot- r- ,',
Superior RAZORS and KNnTS.
He Can safety say that his assortment Is suimoru
any in thd western part of theStae.-Call aod ai!
. OT Watches and Clocks' repaired as usual, m
warranted for twelve months. .
Sulibury, Nov. 3, 1837-. f ' tf '
v f v for Spring e.Summer siS96
. IIORAC :K II. IiaiR. TaUor.
1 ESPELTFULLY ir.torros his frionua atW &
public, that he still carries on the TAlUftj
ING nUINHSS at hist old stand oa main;1
next door to the Apothecary Stored He we-
ready lo eaecuta ttwi orders f ie-eustomeri a '
style ana ..manner not surpassed by any wwtgi'
in tho western part ot the State., lis is iu uVt
gular receipt of the latest London and NewTwi
FASHIONS, and prepared to accommodate i
tastes of the lashionable at all times.; v- r . ' ;
OCT Cutting garments of all kinds attended
prcmptly ; and the latest rash ions furnished u'
inn. iu vuuiiiij loiMiiB, aim Miutiruciioos givm ,
cutting., . s , . sabsburyf Jan. I,
C ' - - . VILUAM W.;GRAY'S- , ,
-For Ulcere TnmoTirfcAf L.
GtstiSi U obtained t&ffijllcn
- or tne iutieigk Kegttter, " r
,'. Single Pot, I dollar- One doien, 9 dolIanT
"'-' .-; -r . .WILUAM W. GIUI-
Raleigh, October 8, 1836. ' r .
' The above Medicine is for tale" in Salisbury I
theatoreol JO(h MVKrlllt :
' 5,'--'- ,v " ' ';.?' h:
For five or six.fear previous la' the Somtl
1534, a Negro man of mine had been roocb tt
ted With an ulcerated arm and hand, which nwH
ed him almost useless; ," The Ulcer embraced fri
psrtld bis -arm from the elbow down, incloJc;
bis entire hand, w hich was literally a mass of
t refaction. - A joint of one finger, and a part of
thumb, perished and drop! oil". A more distressi
and. hppclem 'cose, I have never -beheld.- It
abandoned by hjs physicians ai incurable, tirf,
by amputation of the band '. .V, .v; ; , j
Tlie beat medical treatment having foiled tor;
I leva the man, I placed liim ulider the Tare of ' ;
-William W, Gray, -in this place, who, with k
Ointment, has effectually cured the case, allbusf
the Negru was frcquctdly absent, for, wceki i j
months together.. He- has been entirely well
" wi luuiuiiR, aim i nave gooo reusu
believe will continue so '-, " - --i
vi ; . V v p j WILLIAM nOYLAM
AXOTIIKR OUKAT cillti
. RAtKioH, September 21.
I am now 68 years if age when In tnj W
fMro on n.y tejt teg, wutc
then break out again; but most of tit time, it
, T"? pa. flfmd" l0"' ,b ",r? ,,av'K
. UT&ni6- nd bccwtw Very dorp.
htuny remedies to rouke a cure.' without suc
until I applied Graff Invaluable Vinitnent, t
pots of which lia,ve effectually cured my leg,
reduceo! U to jt natural size The "cure
have' been- made much sooner, had I strictly
funded (o the directions for the use of the Oiotii
but (bia I failed to do, while I took much extft
and very imprudently used tiiht bandac.
!eg m been wIJ 6t; more than ti months, cV j
which time, I have walked much., vet It rea!
firm and Tree from all 'aprWss or inflammxiw
Afles havui beeo afnictud for a period of forty-
years, I now enjoy the benefit of a sound Icr'P
':'-:. . : . ' LEWIS HOLLOMAN.
X QWpL WKETUN'U will be bU st South R
4 V Chnrch, in Rowan county ; to couimenes "
31t. ds of August. - ' - ' JNO. W. LEWI.