North Carolina Newspapers

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. to dn e in i of Tlii.i);'!:t'
1" -tr's the rtiwjr ronew
lii.l v iinfc lu jii hut f-.k to find them rtit?
iv, wbv a-i' strive a Inrtror.s tivue to'giirt,
And l;vc m fit!." f .r '.n anii.it.. m's !;?,'" """
I,' ..-.... nt time, w.lh !1 t In. In am! pin,' ,
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HnvT,"
Ah! tell me nt that memory '
K'h-iIii c;i(in"f o'er tho pttt ;
Wint i.-n cii'iM by faded HutMi v
' Nive.thnt the did riot la-i! . ,
iVer.t it iii. t bt-tier to forget, . ... -i'ii.jii
tiit ri :mo'iilx.'rtBiii n-grj ,
. la-k tick upm your hour of youth ,
. .What were your early yvnr,
Put s-roffn X childish cir-" awl grief !
And twy tint CbiMllLtc.ir , '
Were nothing t at tht lima) they ww
More limn the young heart will could bear.
Go rii to riper years, and look , .
- Ckii your tiiir.iiy Spring ; - t i ;
Anil from 'hewreck of former yenr.
Whi wiil your memory brm-; ! ;- .-,
- Aflft;onr "fi'erf, "fnVsserea fW, ' v
And Ih'jks inw numbered with the dead.
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vav:ii;tv.
C'ii'nrtH'o-'firf People, Coaiiiwm-i!icft jrofi1o
t tiirmi-fi li'n mnro t' tily ami 'iK.ro p!caiuiuv
t'i'in ftn-vuhvm nf any orU -.Tkjsy til forevcron
viri.nrf'R-ti, yt;.h nt emni(;h of th clo'xj anil
t;c itri tm in uv-tri iieir.yag, ,, l m-y wfer,
ti (m' urt H' o th ttfnirK-nt in itaiftwor-thc ltht-
iiin:"t rii'in; ivut than the dnv.nml ti tliiittfiMa
wiwnrtmwKtMnttirTr lh.tn ttm cri'a. fcf
tiip KlcIIt.iu" J,rnirri)tit thry hrpr nrrRtr in theiwW'
in;t hr.'cz", rihI (hey iak in th i4!f sniidhiin', ni,l
Lev arc 141- 4 by- t!i wrnrc4y7 nrtriuldtirig WnteN
riff," fl.i.l Un t jtiiw enough inr them. " Tluy
.ito if it t.wf.ir.u ir iho receptiorr 'r rough u
' ' .i ; iij a 11 V. " An4 mio nr' hq;"UiB
- t t:.f !.( tliftc I'at, nr v! ' mud dud Irmhinan
1 1 i . t i r n r "m i.i linking n hole to rl
( i ,. t ,r 1 m ( in the (r n; ami len v
Tiifl f(!lowm litirmirom arn
if ! - ;i'. i cil I v n cat.ul oMckdolJi r, for th
; i i i j i' w i Hid R ,iUl4 ;
niiii he tin? nl.cuS it .thai It
1 t w r1 ! n l ' ' ' loitf. . ' m nt n ih s
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Vi hv vu '.nil not shin ULTrepn
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litre 'civ at his wt-iir ; -.vf-rv!.in'ort'atf eve-
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,t. t;i'' a tn'; t.i Ohnt, to np-nd ibeah
1 w tin Uih (.wiiM't iiri. (rvir, phldinjt 4-iii.
t wilt h' t! yir. D' ri'.il l.ke cowls . ' All ta-iil at
inieotn ii iwt !m lit tiv end. It will eiHMitirugl
titti t h of intclli rt, Ycrm,ioispeoji!n will furn
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uuali'e Ijiira ; nil tUur ctidceiiiitina
.'I ! rn;;.n;S bv -tLt' ir mViiifSvrtt notiona nl
1 tlri'y u hnnt'dj, tm)-.t nil T, !
,v . I ii n c-j. 11 i.',tui, and brin thi frtii."
" -'' ' ' -f, wol yon tiitti nit! ttMliiy, at "my
r .',. 1. V -i.iV WitV) Weejtr f
' ', 'h he.i-i !. 11 till lv,we;l!,rft he
' '' I --r ii.o-t li t 1 i in tiinH frt'i then-
' 'Ail 'I- mi, f.c,-e "ill N bnrn:! of jt.uk,
;t':r! r:ir;.;...r cf i'i-ir, ,m; I i.!i..lui,..its td'eoit! and even
vIm'. - -: . m:ii -ncU liU ..,hr-4hiit'a Itmt
t; iv ;i! ... !.:) n-.,l i. ..,.!,. r 'trnvfl'in;, whi k-
, rvT'v'.v;i;?ix iriVifujit
-i ' the- ra-uiv ot 1 ' "rrrlf. i-C. jj'S "iX !,-'
!:,'r" ha,iun..iJikU'li.l.4,;-iii r1 vj.""..11'
t'i the K'M-kv MounlainH, n t-1 tii' i;'.piiii j.mV-t'in
.', :;U?lW'-Uun; " Aitd (aMtr r. ihmk of (Iviuk
. f, --.mi jL.UI. h-ri,:;;-';"nM,.;; ' T7'
.;Ji, Li, w!tH-t "ovmrrtsa-Tui aW;i luui'i" '.-!!,
f niv t;ive bun a bur start. Upon tho Himle, hir
'' " r,Pst.K,0tjalti4iivv.tuivv,barum.scatww,UiU.
: Civemetho old, atdonin, alraighi-Kirwerd,
. ir I'liich ctinal tbrea miles ao hour forev,.
u s ami two yoke of nien for. heavy load
I ; 1 fo b - i.N of. burden ; it U jtri niUve and scrip.
' ana sutta a ,ivral ami re ilmous nettiilo hoi
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oi jinn Imp sktp and jump whiinaica
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7 .JIt:lahJ.
A Ittvflr yminni rlaiTwT
. fi'- f.ns'tnj rW hcriJloek, i ml Tiojn spark"
"M " '' " , stepj-d i!ilf a httok-eellie? cstub
I .-Miiiriir, a t. :i y or two sinre.mal adtiresaing a Imti'l-
- -me youiiif cjoiu t,'-ft'(lft jiie counter mul, " I will
t'larA you t'.r a ' Younj.' HusUnd,' sir.menninjr,
t.fcotirt,l)r. AknM'abte wk.", The clerli g-d
1 r a nmii ent on the vision of lutitMxa which eji.
Iared before him thru, hiUti-j his hand 11 nun
1; hwrt nuikinr a low bow hei!a!!tiiitlvitho4
If you wih fitr a young husband, I. lui at vour
iceg Mm.
'1'he pwir girl's blu!e i- lietrayet lir Vmifuiioii
nt tho unevjweted reply but she' d irrf,ud the ar
d r atiJ l.oH' tf the youthful aspirant, by tamiirr
out tl. rwR.iit one- fir my brother, nr.'
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II tin Ganzr. h dues not appear to ho very
;,r-iieraHy krioivn that tins vuluahle inurnment mav
t t cduy eonstr-.icted, &1..I rendered ecceibla (,.
;)!mo.t every one. It is merely to tike a funnel.
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Th rjunntitv of fiiincanght H arrrri.iiui'd bv uml-'
T !iim Urn wwVM'w ounce hf 4
-t nr-ifstftrs' n1pV"i5"l;r a.i"-iriciiT In fiiii2T
t us ft.-.u'f, care fitould he mkn that' lTie nln ui:t)
" " ' 1 " nenc.c iiic i )s ii piiiiiiings
iie uuu'!v th' !nwt i! irra. ' ' V . -
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Tin Retort 0'W. . Dr. Porson," said
n g.-nttemaa W.the gr-Mt " t'reriuii, with whom
he find Item, deputing " Ir. Porwii," my opinion
ol Vuil lit- mp-t C'Uiteiiiritil,h " -'Sir" enlnrn.il!
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tiiat w.n not contem(!tihtf,"-."-r' . - .
Ftmale I ,f trice Sam S-Vk snva: " Th.vtMi
men huva C,'i rein, t' wouietj tell ViVi wliii.h ,
way to t!rive,M , . ,
Corn. Ar a, 4j.f. i ii
, eaJUJ Smn-!
it. lte of nti) iiiigru"
I fin: i!' ! '"'atlv eiiiiditvfie.-it
--' v.it'ia '.f.'-i " !,r;'u;'i-!
i.iO ounce ; of an
'oii'-t oiinre, Mi
",-o or threti sprigs
f iJ.;n
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totf'.'tiu r in a vi-s-
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Never L'-tniy a ro-i."!.!"'!.! o or irut rep tvtl in
yon ; them c;tti t I J a grea'er reuelifry linn first
to r list" a co iti ii iic-, auJ tlif n t deceive or le-tray
it. '-' " --, '. . '
AT &!JSnUHVuUruarj-, u
!?acon, . . ' . 15 20 Mi.!r4,f ... .C',H a 7.'
Snuuty, pp!, ; . , ninj,n!!M, . " . , ID
- ficti, , wrin .iittU, . . . ,. 3ii a ;j-
-iiKi a 7(Kt
Sugar.'bMu'B, - 11 a 'ltf',
Joetf, . -", I'ii' l
Salt,-'-, 13r
Tallow,.; . .10 a U
'I'uimc.i, . . ' '. 8 a "M
Wiit,(buihcl).10(a (XK
Wtiifkey,. ; . 4'a m
8
Fun there, s
. 7a 40
m a fMI
Flax?il,
7.
7XTt;1ii:,aAv,M.;,f.ybruary 6,, W
icon, IK.- ; 10 a It
Kail, cut, . 71 a ' 0; ,
Ihmvr, . : . 15 a
lfcfswa)t, . . . - . i0 a -
wrought, "i .'10 a n
Oata, ; a 60 '
Kice, . JxiOafcrt y
SttfTii . 10 a l-'J '
Ailt,.;, . ,3'4'a H"a
Steal, American, 10 a 12) '
Eiijrli-b,; .' . , 00 H
(Millie,, v . l'na W
Cotton, , ; , 10 a 14
Corn, , . 7 j a 1U)
Fhatr, country, .tt'iO a HtKl
Iron, r,-. . ,,: T) a l
Utiir.r. . - ,124 a !.'-
4 (terman, -'. 12 a. 14 -
lwailier, noJ, . a iJ-X
41ols-a, , ; v-4.1 a ftt
1 allow, , .
. loar.'j .
.l(Ha i:t7
Orleans, ; , , , Sfll a 57,
Tobacco, mn'ftJ. 10 a W
To 8WW Growers. '
i ,ooo doixai: oj:th or
' . for Salo by ''', : .'."
' : " ::V CHIN P. MAP.llY. '
Ixington, DavicUm Connty, ) ' ' , tf
Feb. 7, 1SJ0. S , '
'jHB Kubicritierit, a Agentf for Uiy Yanw, offi-r
; .1 for to la any quantity of thinr from No. 5 to 12,
n t wjtnW! prir; .Aa for. ill? tstilt'rior quality ol Una 2
Yarn we will warrant H, but at the Mima tuna we ara
willing tolcaveiUopiirehniertoh'cu!pf .rtlienisiht-a. -
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Jimt rooctel and for ttalc, wlnilcaale or retail.
2."h bars Tiro Iron, 1 to Si inches wiilc.
-. .. Wl do, do. ; . round and tapiaro, all mzea.
" -k) kair Nii(s all ataei.- .-, .'
1 eritmt Hpamwh InitTjfOTr 1
W (nackwnitb'a Anilk , ..y. ---
111 do. - Vices.
' 15 MIa. Hiipcrfine Fhair. - '"i- -----
Sttr,''o(-- Mola.Vn urn f5lt. - j
l'K) lb, bosl Gphifun Turfcey.r?d Cotton." T .
J. & W, MURI'ILV. ,
yahurr.Jin I7,isn8. - ,
, jfT,Vy 4 S the demand for Mulberry Trees ia ;
f ? irtiicli preaier.thaa ran be supplied, the
iri Siihwritifr bas.concludtd to tfifporfof part"-
'-Sn ot his Stock intended for hi own ue. They
ate a out irertuine Afnrua A tint, (to extensively cultiv. .
ted in Italy am! Fiance; and which writers upon the
y.lk Culiuie ailntit, n.ake the but kind of Silk. Iioiug"
o "lie sentnd year's growth, they are Irtr enough to
'i.it.fpliinied, wlneli msy save two years ueluy mi the
jtart of Hkin) 1"'ilnj to eitijaije in -the tintiiitrnt. What
I I s vo i -j, r can he 4e ! vr H at Kyj . tlme trtwtCA
TT11S ttltl lio'ltt .M trcti, and iiuoq Wrins inucb lowt-r
than the Northern prices, letters addre'-d to me at '
DividtHtn ("ollege, post paid, will bo promptly attemled
10. - - , . II. I L MORRISON. .
; .HavitUin College, lkciai'jKw, - - if;
'' '.rllea-a Qu-irtcH Cliir-Ue
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S;';:6ii;i OFFICKRS OF C-Ith REGT.
tt '8rn1ehy-cTwAfeIjS;
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"V -TllT,il"fTrmr!. 'ii.,.. ttVfhA Traaa.n
- ' Sah !'Niry, 011 N.tunlny the Bih Msreh, st
JA j 11 ii'c(i k, A. M., to pnted by batrot to
f ',v--;,n -elm a Aj.'trJepralrtfTtbP-T'h1ivi5il"'
J of iN'trth Carolina Slilil.s, to snpjily )he.
V rl , srancv nccas-ioued by ibe rcsii-
w -twj. Poik. .r
Vjfj ' 11. W. I,t7G,C,il Comman.
v.-. Clth K.-gtimnJ. X C. iliitti
'JU January .31, lillJ. . L ... . . Ot
Tn.-incy intJlfloUWU U lUf rcllL'lltlWI Of
u. Poik. '..:-- ,:i'-, t , .
tmmanilant, J :
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ry si, la.; : .. . otm -:;-...
iWtcwVvon -
Salisbury Guard.
rOU are hereby enmninded to .
parade in he, Town of lis. .
hury on j- rulay, the iKnd ot Feb-'
rusry next, eipiipjied in the uni
fitrm of the Cumpany, for thc?ur
pox of iHill. -By
Order of -. .
Capt. CEO. M. WEAXT.'
, J. J.' Paraira.'ReeV. .;. ' ""' ."".;.
-, tSntiabury, Jmiuiry ilO, tna ! fp- L
Any prsons dewrtnis o.vininiTjheir..mpitit .1
jtrRC give in ineir nstnea la wine one ot tho etfirers
th-fore thu eotrpmy goe on parade.
The 'I horousti.ljrr ii Uorsc
"714 Has arrived it his rtaml
i-i , i.. i: .. 1.. ,.
fv'iu l m urn-1 tmuniiiii, ril will
V bo exhibited to all thise
'.1 ' who mpy Call to see Inm.
JlZ-2 ... '-...Mia Keon will tiegin tin
4-'2-2
! A.
trie MM of l ebViiarv.antr
. endwitUe loth of Julv.
For farther pargculaia.
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'plin Ptinlht? Eitnbliunent tif the Milton Spectator
is diri-red dr snle on accf"mnoting ttrms. , To a
prae'icat printer With smalMamily, the sttuation "'
very desirable one. Prifeionsl and other engsee. -meiits,
demanding st present. Hie whole of my tuTie,
Uve jtrevent me -from ajiin 'assuming .the Editorial
chair, which, with sonis exceptions, haa been to me m
itonrifo of 'pltws'ire and proeu - -There is, peThatMt njr
vilUge in lha State that holds out Utter inducement
Lr an eftabl jthinfut of Hie kind. . . . -"
Milton. X. C, January 21, 1.T9.
Comuii-ntarr, in fimr. Vi')!:iine, j'.atej, .
lw:5'2, and Watson's Jjietionarv, in to uttuines,
some dnt- fani" by a stf ge from Sitlifiirv, direeted to
my care, iiirea or fu
uy care, lliree or five years since ft id books have not
ie"-n culletl f ,r. -. ' . 'KUFUS lilTJ.r ,
be
Mourn M.mrfee, Iredoll Co.. K. C.
'.rSall-.
i'.f.'l i i I.l.V n.!'-rn; I- '
!,r. t! : t (,.; H .,,! nl tin .M I i'
.vrj).ii SITTI.Mi,
icVi'H Itlii'V
fruin tiit.1 nl. (
f ."';i!i ,!',irv. ami iil";it 4 a -
ml to arcoiiicJmhili' thu vnsliui w.ik in In Inn.-'.
IIi now hf mi Irni'l iiii't for K'th', a U " supply cf
Mlf.L.HTON I'.S. (,f!,ii..tissizi anJ pw". frotn
tcii'V-tive t , thirty dolf-.trs a pair, (.film hf't jtil
. ' . , . ' . u iv in i ii' s: t r f u r i
awLwi.i KifiPii'itiji iiim i.'i' " ut, n"i" .
i-1 1 1 '..m; Dt Il.l from t'J t ?-t; DOOIl
from filly to in vent v-fivf cent ; I (J H 1 hit J L
fwrtlb'to 15 i iiULD (up hanrciuxiEK3
5 20 a pioc.fi. . ,
rb! SuWnw;r hons bv clo-w attention to uusi-
u'iw,ai hi tloterniinatn.tQ fumi-.h mm tut Uif
b(f't . articlf, an4 on redi,e tern-, to rhent hu
rec?'i B a lilieral portion of public patrjinape.'
Rowan County April 13 yw. .: lvm
NEW FASlIJOKS, TOR FAtt 4i AVITER,
I lt?Pi:CTFULLY Ir.forma his frienoitanJTnfl
'TmWHTttinrtnr sttttcafTfrja '-mt tlrtrTAtLORH
INO rUt lNKSa at his old stand on mam street,
next 'door M Uw 'Apothecary Storct He ewr
mmly to execute tho orders orhi (;bfrncni in a
style rind manner not aurpaitied by ntiy workman
in the weftern nnrt ot tho State.; llo ta nt-lh re
pnlnr rrsceipt or the hilaat London and New York
FASHIONS, and' prepared In accommodate the
fnstea f the fashionable at all times. . . ,' --'-
(Cr Cultine earmpnts of all kinds. attended-tnexelarn whbihr wiser nwillif jld.
prTrnptly ; tmd thfl latest .raahiona tdrnmhed at an
times t" country taijors, and instructions given in
cutting. T ISalishury, Jan. , 18:13.?
. . . -X - . i . . . - . . . It I .
TAILORING BUSINESS;
UESl'KCTITLLY, takes this method to Worm bis
fricii'Mi and customer in Concord and its vicinity,
that ho still continues to cgrrv on the above branch ot
Diiriness at hi old Mand in Contrd, South of the store
or Messra.JL F. Si CxPluLer,ttlieieJie-wll--bH
Tnftnriiies, ready to . .X'.' .''
any work in hiaMine. His lung experience in tlie'Rusi
nes the paius W is nnwtaktngto receive Die' iat&tl
fii&tiwitt iroin Pbihulehihia-and tew-York.-ermbjes him
to my, that the, work dene at his Shop, shall be uf the !
Best Workmanship. ; .
K. P. He wiU also teach (s Aetit) the much so-
(MWcd swfcU'W ol-Tfr)Uw4-P4tthidr4p1i1?W tUfMS
wnu wrsjieg tnflruetion injuiysteujitl cuttinff.-
Vitncoru, mv. air, . i
lCuJ-itV- f A Vsrnish, Krutiah patent Ja,
rV'-- patv varninn,- t-amnet Mng, uiaci
i Varnitth fcrllarnesa Makers, Copal Var
',.Va msh forCairiage makers, Japan used for
I, "'-"V. fV painting for Cibinct makers Sizing fort
'.j.; (!: vaainci maueri, maae bhu buiu, wnoie
! Ii nltf or reUil, )
tuti.is.L.tf V :C;i JJy CIIAKniSOK
; "tatrsville, Xov.l, 1931. : Cnv ; Jr
'1"I1K SuVcriber.wishci to iufurirt his custmnera
and the public geiterally, that bo etill carries
u" Nionc cittt'iisr Humih ss x
and ia ever ready to execute, in a very auperior
ifmnwert ll derrpTi.n of vtf&rk-tnf his TirtKT w
Gold-Grindtrt, MVUStonen, Window and floor.
till, Door ttepi and Tomb tlontt, am executed irt
a very rare style. . Ilia grit for Mill-Stone ia very
good. Mr. Philips wan begs to tntruV the public
charge sLull always bo aaHimb!c,nrM' as accom
ino'lnting as prih 0. ...j-.
'"'Ti-rii ins wndiiiit to have work done in the nlvtve
line, will do well to cull al tho rtwi(e,QccpCJ.
riiHtpi-i
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KN0CI1 K.iMIILUPS.
Au'iKt 24, l5".
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cwniTtaw or-Tiiir TAREnnroisTER
for Pit. 17. JTriret Hill ffiort frdncti for punctual
7 trr pUmncH payments. ,, - '
- 1. TUB FAHMBRS' REGISTER ia published in
mon'lily iiit-iiwrs, ot C-l largo ocUvj pagos each, and
neatly covered, at Jtr a yfar, payable m advance- Or,
fir , may lie uiircliast-d two nps of the tamo cur
rent or ,foMhcouim;j volume, if n ordered siid paid for
in atlvanci, (or st ovtirne ef ii'akingihe aulKcriplion.)
In current hioiti y, ( lU-wribed below,) and without lo-
or deituction lor pottage, or any other cuargu tit tlie
publisher.' -j - -.- , - ' . ' . ,;
11. ru6rihera now on the 1m, who have a i ready
pttt the reiular subscription price of ij-") iuthe inauiitj
shuvs hNjiiired, Ii a smjfle copy, shall have' the privi-
I ....... ' : - . i ..:.( !.. ..r l. -
i-oiid copy of the snru loluine, svut to any )w Mib-
senber, wttlsuii furth-rr 'charge, r itit volume, . v r ...
If. '.,.. . !. l I, I." 1 .
ill. a nae priy'.ie.'o wi.i aeaituweti ui every ;a sutv
m-ninT wtiq tm tint vet noil, but wlio sin 1 1 !n . rot
above, before tho imkuo of the 2J number ot Lite TUtvoL -
TJtTi'eTTiiw iii t-IITtri" Tt ilm-vif ia pt' wit" Me r ,i r
the wtirk to rusry unrri;r, wt or nctr, may
rAoosi! fo tfcaii i oiY. ' ' , , -. . -.- ,'
IV, 11 however, no nioro Inan one copy is ordered
the stibxcriiitinn- tirce will still be;"af1.ieretuiiir.e
SMtiAMX:''''ii'i''. permit any "sub
strip! mil (tent, or piyment, to lie matte tor less limn ..
And if an order iet-etit fitr two eop'es, without cotupli
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aiim pwttiitrlwui ("t.'H ents t'ir eie f..t un
It. r ol vutuitios, except vol. I, whieh IS at j-'i, and tit
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chKkt, 0pHf tii'ue tn l irt! t-iirt, or of a I Vy and ite.
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rialem - -
! - Vll Tht rifk nf lot- nf payments X miVrinKHs,
sent ttejfjtAiiVwh?h-ha've been properly etmi
muted to hrf m ii, or to the hand of a pottiijuiter, hj
aswimed bv the editor - .- - - 7 -
VIII. All lei t era to the edt'or in regard to the Far-
iuem' Rigister imirt bo pl-paid except such as cor.-;
tain article fiar publication. " v' j
IX. Ii a subscription is notdiree'ed to be discontinued
h-fire the bn miintvr o' the next volume In been !
nublishetl, it will be taken as t continiisiu'.o fiir another i
-j year.- Subscript itn nut cotumence w'ttn the b - jiri
ning ot some one volume, and will not be taken for Ks
Uian a year's pohlieatieji. - - '
, X. 1 ho mutual obligKt
w.fibcr, ft? tlie vmr, irf ful'v inrirffi ni fe(n i tl1(;
first numbr of lUe o!um ia isstnI ; und nHt-r thit
that ho can execute Engravings of various kinds
fir' fir Kigm!uldef iljinjjjrjtnitis;
'VomtTsi "ijes $a.n jb.-MttU fMcuiiod i4eie4rri-l His
asiifT: iiu at irvM' H"ia if 7 'l 9 r-i ' 1 l t 1 m pT"
eerier noticer-while-any ibuig tiii'it-m .remain dtie!
unless at the option of tin! e iitur.
, ' .. r.uyCND RLTF1X,
7' I.tibr and Proprietor, pe'-.rv'.iire, V; .
mitted. Not will.asul-ii.iii-iihei!--..!itii.iri!t7r flrvLfI,nr. SICK tire all Inking thia wom'er'til NTe
eartier notiee.-mrnTJ .mitf tin
I tff a T- n r l -s'
Tho following is an extract from a forthcnuimc wortt
of lit, l'etcrx, the diwovereruf the celebrated V,cge. v
Ubie Aiiti-Piliou Pil'a." . "
"l)EiJ.riutt(iaWv-anil njoymcntr ra 4h throa.
nrime obi'octa of life. - The twu former are only ou:lt
aS a means to obtain the latt r. Man seeks lor wealth -as
a means of enjoyment But vain is such pursuit;,,
without the, possession of health. ; Without bodily viy
snd Htrenfrth, neither the physical nor the mental nei
ther the inner nor the outward man is capable ot any
achievement,' whether of wealth or of enjoyment y ,
Mm i $nna in enrjrire no a sound mind in a sounl
teJy thf mfr t nn the a huohtte tjniiritefnrt
anv etlicient enortjQ ine iltnnmcniJa.iiu;Mai.!o-r-Tho
wmd may be active, but if the body be fecblo, then
is the mind active to little-purpose..,, hnjnyment is not
there j and the finest laid plausare rendered abortive
by. the shattered condition of our tenement of clay. ;
: But say that a man could obtain wealt h that he could ,',
acquire the gold of Pphir, and bi ing home all the trea- (1
surea of tlie mines of Oolconda, yet witlmut health,
Where would be his happiness! llo would be miatra
ble in. tho midst of his wild and hi diamonds; he would
pine away in wretchedness and despairi'andJiewQUld-l
exelarn wrthhrwisermsn M JIU, " A)' ' vaniiy ana
vexation of spirit!" His limbs sre racked with pain.
. .1 . ' .... if 1:1-
and ha caiinot rest ; his appetite is (rone, and he louthea
hfs foodj his stomach is oppreated with nausea, and he
turns sickening away at the bounties of a munificcn t lro
vidence. , He Would pive all ha'is worth nay, all the
world.ifhehad it-fortheton,bj(itheaHhyman'sappetite.
i -"Please trivemc,'' aaida hunirry wretch.loa wealthy,
fiieble man "Please rive me sixponce to buy me a
morsel of tied ) I am almost starved! ,
I would give a thousand do i ara for your appetite,
said the'rich man, aahe handed'lhe hungry one a ojdlaf.
Gf m much importance ia health to -the enjoyment
or lite!
1'" reader-atk. tnb
serves this hotndy on so plain and hacknifd a subject; .
Tin w not all know' the vuliin nf henillit -Do IV t! lint
altincnd to"tt-Twe Bi--tb'ckief.''f wot the cluefnvt'.t
ctmcerna ot our mortal existence !. Uq we not employ
the means to- attain and presene it! Do we outlay -bet
money do we hot fee physicians do we not follow
thclMdvice -do we not swallow their pjescripiionsl--
Trneost (rnc - gentle reader, thou doet all things,
we dartt, W,.aM.:mor.; Mill, wo-ianum believe wtr--
homily on health to bo altogether uuneceary. V As in
-. .--.. .. .. -
morale, so in physic-is it ''requisite to have line -upon
1 . . 1 . , . . h 1.. I ol e ... '
ItnA anil nraount nnnn'WMinnl H ttf n lit tlntih firirtt '
............ r.r.rn. ,.v v.. 1';fiii;r,:.iw."wti "ij-wirj n-nti onr Dreuju'iij aofl. a.tfuOMMlt
twtthey ay'lHfrttlt'randieii'm'aicTiiiefado not Alliiitutioit-exdusnvfity ' bur" owi?, Ixyqnd all drub'
.wayaemploy the most judtcjeotme-inslii atuinhealth. . Tfordfl uaif-we elitioee, twice the lelstfre Ibr ttjaduifU
pursue the right road to Jliealth, N.tW I know of some .
people who am always dosing thomeveawith physic,
and running to the colors and api.lhetaries every day
of their, livu. xThev take, I verily believe, a cart load
ot drogs in a year, and yet they are not well after all. ,
IV. k..... Ik. on t - ' ' . . . '
j uu n'iu- uia i i.unfii t r - - s ..: ,
Why, yes, in my opinion, there are two reasons,
I
' la
the first place, they take too much medicine, Ind in the
seeond,'tliey do not take the right kind. 1 wed to ma Ice-
the same mistake. But lately that is to nay Cr two
or three years past I've hit npon a better plan. I take ..
JJr. ivters Vegctsblo Uilious nils, and I ovrvc nvire ...
benefit from one dollar laid out in therrr; than I used in 7
paying fifty in any former pursuit of hee.lth, besides sa.
ving a world of nausea and disgust m awallowlng an en
drmoua quettitity of medicines, Uoyou kuutf Ct. Peters! "
, cijr m il. . - .. t.. . , . ,
. And have yort ever taken his medicine f :
M have;-1 were a blockhead else." ; . -i. ' ' ,
. V They tell me he w none of your quacia, Jm Hn- -
dcrtaia .to mend. and. regulate 4be hnnwn machine,""
willimit so much as knowing of what parts it consists, -and
how they are put together. -Thuy ay he under- '
stands anatomy and physiology, I think you call them
and, is-aafimiliar witH botany and chemistry aa 1 ami
with the road to mill:" "" , : - ' . L '"
" You are right informed. Dr. Peters ia no empiric.
-" '-TO HUl-UIHlVliailQ- IVtMH H- WW UIMItTTiL:i,fl .JA
ti-ntsnmvrvf WVM htal i n art - He haa
lH....b. I.il.'.b.,t j)Hl: ..lll..n I. J:. j 'i L I . . '
tnjirnrjirs in me acquisuion oi Knowietiye; ne nasiio.
voted luinselt to the Uid nl Uib bnniao TriimianJ Ui.i
iii-ttBCB til.whic!) it lsjsuhjeet, and now ho ts'applyii.g
ms scipiisiiione io me rcin-i oi smiermg DuiiiHiuty.
01 relil nortru.na-naiely,- r
that of curing all diseaeea with a single prescription !
Such a pretence he would deem about as ddlicult to
swallow, as to take tho nostrumaof those who put it ,T
JljLh,TLoi44io.iic4wHlMiier-- ThwT-,-arrd-
never was, a panacea for all dneasea. The vlrorr mi.r -an.mia
pi ixa pretend U no such miracle. But w hat
is infinitely better, ihey efiect whatever they undorake.
They keep the.word of promise to the stomach, and the '
prima via which they rnake to the ear and eve. ;
. And that indeed is no slight Tecommendat'ion. Kor"
are the complaint U which these Pills are adapted few
norar between. The disorders arimng firowi a nmrbid
stale of tho Bile are, unfortunately, many, distressing ,
and fiital. ' A large proportion of all the fevers, cspe.
cially at "the South and in tlio marshy districts, arc
owing to this cause, from the dmtretwmg agne and fe
er, wlueh a!mot shakes a.-iinder life and hmh, to the
tenrtul " leilow Jack," which seklom e.utta Lis yictiur ,
without a-wmtleringaonl and body as he takes his leave. ,
Couverwnl from his previous practice, with diseF,
in all its f.trmi, whie originates of the rtisoriler of the
Ihie, Dr. Piters was fiM let! to employ his knowledge
snd experience m the preparation of a meilkineVhieh
should nrove etDcaciouj fo this lsTto elan of HiseiiHi;-
i - ) ten sJjouJ4HiKfeHevtheaehmirnd diMVlwtid.:
and tvre tliA ntiuscate! and hiitliiug stomach, at the "
nine n ne tint it prevcn'eu thnse mure fatnl eflects '
winch are so apt to follow from, their imprudent neglect. ..
: For this purpose he prrjnred, with uinch care ami a -i.',.,ilIifUUoii..bi
iho-.ijrcei, the Vrgctshle JUltm
Pt'it.", w h ich Kp is Tiappy to any, froui long ex;K-rietice .
andtheabundaiit ltiinoev nf tliosc who have e'mnlored
(htm hava aiwweredf nftrctlran answered hia inosf aan." 7
gniiieexpeetatHina. .. . .- - ,. -
It is not his own mere' assertion that yon are called
upoft to believe.;- ft n- not the if.se dixit of any nine I
ma ti i mil...-,
'a a "tr.i! till tjlihii or Uiiiik h . rs t t-a
that y.inare to. pin" Jour fui,h uin Neither al- ;
thmiS it lsstid hi tht eocre volnm'thsl "ty the
to'itl1oft'.voor three wrtttwws shall all yhioas Ik? es-
tnwist.03 . ure vuu to U;wv in so enell a rnmhtf
illy 'Velent j(4
sfi, "n7iHMr,si" m lie t aeilv nrerhaiLed ; they are too
inii'lligt'iitlo be carelct-.lv lieard:' titer ar tou reencc
- t table t be slightly it-ganf.d,
tk'lievtng the P;xinU.it.-on? tetir,mny 4 these whose .
expenenre is Ine bom of the truth they awrt' In-.
-Ptters haa thrown toget!ier in the following putes, a 1
few of tlie many hundiedsof lestiiiMMiMlsret-eived Irom
every miirter when hispiCshavecnme intaina. They
r,? left to spesk for thenwlw.- They are the von Is
nf'tlsaie wiio speak whit thry do keow, and trMify"
what they have tien shd Fxn-rienrt! '
- f " CT ik-i-arefnl and enquire for Peters' Vegetable P4V
i they atestdd in'.'ahVlmry by John Murphy; m lxinirtnn
j by J. P. .Mahry; and in fhri-loite by Wdiwrnsfc It.yl,
, .,., w ; . '
(iiiVlA VliVS. S A.VATIV r..
dicino which is asiotiisiiiutr ILirot e. and An-e-
ricri with its iiiiirl tv ctirt . - "
F ir Sitl" et
-l-OX..:c,F:,lhlou-nr Udell
jno. or
- - :,;.
1
l ii k i'nr, tut iK-Di.-iniiiillv Hi
in 11
.,t'
hi lint t:i'l it 1 1 1 tt tin Kcnf
'iioi'ciit;; an out i ro ihsJ;iiii i,t 1 -us
inattrr has tt-eu, a 4 it u;!l
ll.niii, ornpnul.
forty I'uUlu t sm! c-ntrnvi-i
possible, ale jcnlotidy exclmlfil.
' " 'II IU , I
'liildt .
('ii;i. :
to
n.
'i in
V ait' noli,.' .
so blended with dit-cuirsioiia 111 litr
ence, OtlierwiHO liHotieirtiouiiiile, n.i to t. ' v
for the sak ol more valuable matter to winch t'
here ; but when ever that, happens, tj,,.y 9rc ;(f', .-'
only ! nut primary. They are dn.tideraiei
.cauM it CBimtii well be severed fiom the m! '
wherewith it is muorporatoil." ' . , ' ... ",' '" 6 e
Kiukws and t'umtt Kuiurii, occupy t!;. ', (
space m Die work ; and ii is the F-ditor' aim t,ai t!!f
should have, 8' threefold tendency to convey, Jn , 'P
densed Ibrm, such valuable truths or intett-Jtinc j??'
dents as are embodied in the. works rcvie'f,,'
reel the varler's attention to bsks Unit deserve tu u
read,-rand to warn luni against, waging time iiidm ,
ey upon that large onmlier,. which merit only tot!; -bnmcd
In this age, of publications that by iLin..
riely jami-ttinltitnde diftmV t tut overwhelm even- ti
discriuiiiiating student, impakti At caiTicix,gmiril!i
by the views just mentioned, is one of the ii)ost Ul, ,;
i nun.- or 11 ti.. -
maoie sna inui-'pcnsaDio ot auxiliaries, to him vi)iU
ibi'jf'i to discriminate, 'I .. . , '.
.Fa.ivs, and Tama, having in view ntiltty orlmU( '.
ment, or both IJurroaicAL auETi-iina und KtS(1N,
cKNCKauf events too minute tor History, jet cluciua
tmg it, and heightening jts interest, umy bo regnny
as forming the staple of the work. And uf uii-cnoii"
Pocruv, enough i-publiuhed soiuetitnes of no" room
strain to niftntfost and to cultivate the growing
cal taste and talents of our conntiy. ,4 v
The timet appear, for several reason, to demand m
a"ork and not one alone, but, many. The pi tiI as
mind is feverish and irritated tiil, from recent political : ,
strifes1, The sott, .assuiiaive influence of Lilerature
ntteuoo, 10 susy utav fever, ana eooyie that irrilution.
Vice snd tolly aa rioting abroad : They alioald 6e
driven, by indignant rebuke, or lashed by rwlietilf, ab
their fitting hautita. Ignorance lord it over aa un.
mensc proportion of our people: l-'very spring thrfi
be set in motion, to arouse tne milighleiled, and to a.
crease their number ; so thalihu great enemy -of
-TrrrrrrnnienTliiiy no longer brood, hko a porttiiiim
cloud, ever the destinies of our country, And to ic '.'
coinpliah al) these ends, what more powwuliTrrnT
be eniplyedlJha a-perind;cal,on the plan ot the s;PJ. -sengerfTT
tliai plan be but carried out in practice!
-'i he Soeiii peculiarly TequirerTSjieb au...aget, "1B
all the UntunVTSbutn'of Wasiiin jton, there aie but two
Literary periodicals!. : Northwarc of that city, tWre
j treat just.tied by" the wealth, the leisure.' tl'a mm"-
' talent, or tho actual lifcrarv btsie. of the x,Miti,.m
. -j 1 . ' " ' y-'r-
pie, compared with those ol the fun-them! Wo: for
in wealth, talents, and taste, We may justly chimi,
Lo.l v. -v'i
j It was from a deep sense of UiiaInrnI nnt,ih-t ih
w,f,J !-ouihkr! was engrafted n the name of' tin lie.
riodical and.not, with any desurn to nouriUi hxli .
judiees, or to sdvtxate sujiposeil local' interc?ts.' r'
Irom any such thouchf, il is the Kditor'a fervent u- '..
10 M 1t,e 'S"rt'4 ""' "uth hound ondcarmgly tngt 'Jict
I Ctrever. in thofilken hnmlnot mntnnl tin.l niiAjd a i i.l at- '
fectlim- Fir from meditating kmtihty to the North, La
haa already drawn, and he hopes hereafter to -draw,
rnnch of hishoieeit matter thence fcnd happy indeed
will he deem hihwelf, should his pages, by inakini;escli
region know the otubt.bettcr, emitribute in any t.e?a
tial degree to dinpel the.Joweriiig c'ouds that now
three tun the peace of both, and to brightuu and sireiigtti- -en
the sacred tie of fraternal We. f . .
-The SourflKKa Ijtekabt Mwnita hag now .msy
pleteil it roearn- volume.- How far ft has oeted wit
the ide;is hero uttered, is not .for the EditJr tosity. He
believes, however, that it fills not Crlher shorlt (Item,
than hiiniaiivicakliiwaily. iuuka iVaee-falifkij -of
. Arbry. - ' . . ,-, --December,
1S3S. '. i - !- ' " ' I",' : I '.
$ CHESS k
.1WTO,J4.
f F-.PrTFUf,t.Yihforin their custotn'-r-an!! ff lew's
At- iii general, that they have just ruceived thei
tis. jOall-a ia; im iwvmrwi
most every artK:lo ueuully kept in Ibis section of conn
try.'which they olTer tipon the usual tcrttM!, eln-ep M
Cash, pr in punctual dealers ujion a credit of twc!v? '
monms, jiipi receued a choice se eetmn of the btt
, '' ' . : .-r .Vilh a good suppTy of V ;
all of which they will d luivKe of tinonthe moff fi'."v
ble terms. C & B. tender their thanks to their frie-:.;
and ciistomers, and hopo by Rtrici a ttentiori to busine-,
to merit a contimisnce of tlie satue." '
; .Salisbury, Dec.-1, . v - .
,1f
COTTON VAUN.
tUtlfl -
mii. I'utiiic- are in-
formed that the lsx,i
xneton Co'on Ifitn'tf irtory it now in full openti -n.
andean supply ail demands fi-r COTTON VAR.NoT
a quality equal to any inanufiictured in the State.
.;' 7'-,,;,' J. g. CAIRNFA Agent.
; ' 07" Orders fm-sLdiMttnee-wiU be- punctuallj at
tended to, ;'by a.ilres-inc the A (rent asjibove. U
,. Ixinnton. January 17, l.'tO,. 1 tf '.
:-sHJ C Vi
::::., JCCT -WlXKCttFF & Co.
!1 ESPrarrn.'LI.Y infor-n their runtii-nrTs sr
I Iriemls in peiioni, tii.it they h'lve jiist received
their old atatMl si tiiwi!tV mi!L IIairas-CiaatiV'
tmli
1
irlTT-wewi ol tAincorJ. a new sunnly ot
l'nll mid 'Vittlrr ;o!:
cotrprMng almost every artitrle ustiall v lwpwn this 1 '
lMn of etjimttv. whtrh thrv iil'i r at the' iimhi! tern c
f. tr rti;Ti,'or 'to punt ''unl
rredil ot' twelve montlia. We u-Uifu our si
,w " ciij-tomer for the liberal pstronsse
I ili-ait-rt- w
ninc-ve tluk.'-
v,e have "
ceiv.l,and hope, by strict alieutn n tobiinnewi. to P!e"
nt the a.-me.
January s, ' 7 " .'
tf
; OLD CASTINGS -WANTKD.-
ntp. win nitr-!..., .r., -, ..f.'.i.t Canting t!
iv 'r ---ii',t 'ni - .
I f man h l..,. .1,1 t., .. . I. .,!.! o,, II, ill '
.... ,1,,i,,u ti, u-j t -ijtu si- ,t
old mill-Kearmg, old pate, ovens. nvrnrs, Ar.. and
wy rme rent per pmd. CKFS & BtHiF.R
fiisbury, ISept; ti, 1 . !L
To tlie Vii'zcnM f Salifbtiry.
'jtllK ut!iitlri.iijncil having detern.inetl toop-'na Fcl'.'j
I f T boys in thu place, on the Mot iWarch -x
solicits the pitruinige of his frierds and tbe rlt,':t "
generally. "T. rilll.I.IPd Al-LI.
Gctlfckc's r.lTTcT;! Sana! iv e.
A
'OV NTITV the al.ua valoaVn .Medi."-" '1
itiil. ami for nn'.e nt the IV t-Uu.-'e.
tit t
t
10, 1Uv!iT Cotiniv, N. C.,
. ' 1 v JOHN LV'.NN
!
Jmisry J',1, I-.?!!
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