from the KtUikethot-lfT,
TIMi: STILL MOVES 0T.
Time still iiwvm on wtti noii-iie, paeei
And we rc loileter by the way ;
Few-win, and many lose toe tare, i
For which tljcy struggle, day by (Jay; .
And even when tlie go.l is gamed,
How m lioiii worth the toil it Bering
-How fjtifl? a!uel, when obtained,
The prize that flattering Hops esteem! '
' SbiimWive to the winds of chance, '
We let mi Life' mcmislanl sea : . ,
' This billow may our b-irk advance,
And that' may leave it on 'the lee:- - , - -This
toast, which nac fair to viw, . z.
May thick be set with rocly nisil;, , . ,
. And that, winch beetle o'er (he blue, t
Be nfest for the shattsred sail .
Tim cloud tJifit, like a little harid.
Slow linger when the morning shines,
.Expands it volume o'er the land, ;
7 Dark as a forests of pinei ;
U'hile thai which cast taptry screen,
Erfore the a wire realm tf Jay,
Adil from the mountain too way. '
' Ub, load deceit ! til think the flight 1 ""
Of time will' lead to pleasures strange,
And ever bring wme new delight, 1 -
'To minds that atrive and aigu fur change.
Within ourtttlve the secret lies,
-""""""Let reason vary at they will,
Our heart would murmur, though our kici '
, Were; bright as, thus of Eden atill !
ARKANSAS ELOQUENCE. .
Well put the follow uig sample of an Arkansas
I iwyef'a eloquence agatiuit any i lung the v can bring
from tbeVVebt. A, to I ho jusi'nea of bia rua
mining we fty nothing', but a to it conrlu$irtnttf
(we defy anyotic ttr-find BTrretcrn Hir itajiirwaa
brought up for tealing a mule. Alter the win
neaae bad all btcu aorn, mid the lawyer on the
HierMd had given. hia bpibiuu, viiFvralor ffm
the jury Die following blast ' . ,
" littittefiicn nf the jury , tbc whole of yo, there
you fet s You have all beard w hat those" witutM.e
have said, and, pHitmjSLMj:aki
my client didu'tateal hul inulu. Do you 'hjkm,
for otio second, lliut ho woutd ateul a n.ulcf a low.
, ,iicd nmlel ckaruf it. What dues tie want f
a mule when be baa got 'a bang up ony like tluu
tied to yon tree? (pointing to a' liuu-looking Mjh-
In the natwrof Jackson, doca be waut of a
mule? ' Nothing exactly noihing. No, gentle.
titOHof the jury, ho didn't steal the mule he
wouldu't 4cf caught Bleating one. lie never wuuted,
4 mule, be never nad a mule, nor he never would
-rinwar-ftrtHV-aWt 4hi 41 b bw antfjxttbies-a
well 8 any body, aud you couldn't hire lnui to take
' ..,JLXDUlotm ' -jl.
-A .-Juryaiefl,.uiaLluwier on the oilier mdu bin boon
trynig to piea( wotd over youreyes, un.i stull you i
op with thu notion. t hat Tuy tu'e7u" waited .oil wilo !
up wuu thu notion .that my
Ibe aforesaid anllilfrt without abking leave ; hut you
ain t such a pack of fool as to believe linn. Lis-
ten to mo if you want to bear trutii and reason
. and while you are about iyyuktf op that llow
vtio'tusjcepl rant huu to bear too.
'TTe "iit to "iirisoo; Vi like to nee you M'nd him
oncft. . Uut lU getting towards dinner time uud I
want a horn had, so I'll givo you a closer and Un.
ish. Now yodve no idea of sending my client
10 prison 1 cau se that I'aci sticking-out. Sup
poso either of you. was in his place suppo.;,- loi
instauco, I wlis, aud you afiould underluke to jug
- ine put m m tg- jail wiihtnit tire, where tnu
- wind wa blowing iu 'ou" oiw side aud out of the
t)thcr, aud trre only -thihg-tu- bragd'atiotrt tne plnee-
'-" wirtjitacjricatjvihat i: would; go f -1 'f v&yoxrz
We dou'l kuow what verdict the jury returned,
oa when our informant lelt tbey budull gone to the
grocery to tirriior. A'. Q, i ctty 077c,
Not jo Had a$ Expected. In tiio melodrama
ol the Caravan, u dog named Carlo pluyed a pnu-
the piece. One evening the latter went up to Sher
id;m, and with a grave luco, informed bun that he
- Jiftd -swrne -btid-tvew -in retntti Sheridan caeny
inquired what it wa, to which Dignurri answered,
thut be felt bitaaelf so liuurso us to bo unable to
&ct through the aung. Slicridrn, seizing bi.u by'
the liand, rejoiuod, ' My friend you have relieved
my mind of a weight ; 1 lliought tbc dog bud been
taken ill.;' .....
Human llapptntst "T have livedo wid t!e
inJefaligabie Dr Clarke, tu know that ttw great
cc ret of hUnum Iiappmew i this iie ver sutler
ybiir energies to stagnate. The old adage of " too
many irons iu the lire," conveys an abominable
'. falsehood; you cannot have to many .poker,
tongi, and nit, keep (hem all going."
A lady in tlie.Stalo ofX'owectkut, bo w'a in
the balnt of soemlmi -ntt of- her tunc in ttie w
cioly of ltf oeigbtHw, wjiedorw dayolkSTlT
hen suaoouiy 111, and tent tier hutband. tu great
liaste fir lhephysician.Tiia husband an few
: rods, W-snon returned f exctaiiiiin 'Oly 'defl'r,
1. ubxre ahall I lind yoa when 1 get back
Leigb Iliitit was asked by a lady, a.
tie woiiiu not
venture 011 an oruime f
. 1 i u . . , . . . . . . 0 .... , . . .
, a a.i-iu.a uri iiipp u riri u, ool i am mraid I shanid
lietltrinz ltimtlf. f.!ovr in Ohio recently
.applied to the LegisUture of that Stale to bavo his
namo changen-cm Obadiah to Eboncjr.
- ,,.; -
saiu an aiuer-
man, wby my wlnskera should turn grey so much
sootier Ihau the hair on my htMitr." liecausa,"
obsemd TWigV you tiave worked much harder
with your jaw than your brums." 1
T4ie production of honey is made regular oc
, tipatiou in Egypt. The bee are earned in boat
op and down tlie river Nile, that they may have
ooj pasture. They wander through the flowery
field all diy and returu to tho boal at night -
, "1 would harclg ask the gentleman wjio spoke
Jait," said on orator rising at a oubJit ! nieclin"
end thnming of hi coatt; i - .
- - -SuflT-r the indie to wilhJrliwrfr.tried 1
tleacaa, rising- with great eoncern tit Hst counte.
iiaiice, 'o. Courier. , . : '
- :.-X Judge down caH, in charge to the jry,
vy widi mingi Ol a UoilOtllll
nature- ard -,ery
uncertain.'' v 1 iat w a proi'Uion whiclrfcw" will
ffliftg lit live j,rr tt j 'H'H tl.i " '"!" I
MuC'1irii ill Ittov t! t
.-' t i '
not truo, tj,( a jl.tt oen mass 1 n
taint d on the mirfuce, vet a man win cswi t M st ,
etjWre find no fhnWty h"r; t.'uir i.inff-e. .
led some way into l1e lake, 'till hi W. W are.
nearly' lii n et ae acidly b-.rnc 3
the groom), mid he wnik a it were tm wacr, or
tine Inn lf are forcibly rsid, and he re.'i
cither to float r o swim. To i k or d.ve wfculJ
require some tfl rt. UUiuft Treu. t. .
CArti n" Beinfit. Clumeo and uUt,t,,r f 'tm
link Ik tweeu earth and metal- ttU umte
tnetaia with salt cr)st"4".ira?Kn conrieel il
With jrtoni- tli efiiianlhea id lytopbitea frrr. a
kind of tyre bHween Ume and (.'ant il p)yp
u unite plant to inwtnthe tulit-worra w;i
to lead to tihelTjijdjLejttilea the ater-erjnt
and the eel form a pussaje from ifftiWJ fiJr---the
Btms niprt nre rnwlionr bettrem Tishe mnd
birds the bat. and the flying squirrel link bird to
fjdadrupeda and the mtokej equally the
hatid to q'iadmjed and to roan. -1 i?(vtfh Paper.
ft i an extraordinary fart that when penple
come to what T cmi'?KiiJy -called kif;i Kords, tbey
jenerally use lotp language.
Butter, , .- .
Cotton, in sepd,
Corn, . . . i.
Flour, . . , -
10 a 121JMoW,
I . V-.l-
. none ats,
.121 13, Salt,
.16 a lrMTallow,
a M Tuin
. 37 a 40jVlwt:(l
!, pr. ffal. $1 lij'. Eggi pr. dot. - 6 a 10
Bacon, lb. . . lfla.lt .
February 10, !.
Na'.l,ctt, . .7J a
Butter, . . ...!' 4
lioGMWaX, . . .'Sim 'i
. a U)
I'lfilc .. . - .121 a lti
. . 12ai:t
Flour, country, .C."l a Wl
Iron, .... ntnl
a 1" i (Vruitn, . . i a It
li W Tal.W, : . . 1 a lit
.. 45 a fxi Tea, . . . .1 a U.
. SllaCiJ TuUcco, cuful. 10a in
Molanse.", . .
1,000 DOLLii:siroRTn or
' JOHN' P. XSACRY.
Prire of buda 3 ccnU apiece : Uvea 'St CrtiM a W.
lx.'inirton. ObvkWhi Ctwntv, I if
Feb. 7, !-.
rJIK Subecnbcr, as .geni kr Lj"e 'ns, otwr
lr ile any quantity f-ltnv-rT-Ni i to l-A
at wholefalc prK't.
As tor the soprrtur quality at th
iar" we warrant n, but at tne aue t.uic
willing to luavc it to purchaeritodcndefcti,e
. t .
Just received and for sale, wholesale or reU.k
burs Tire Iron, 1 toi inches Wide.
olido. do.- hMiad aod sjittft, ii
7." Nova HnHia (irme SioiMt.
'!'! iegsNaila, all sites.
;; V crroJn tBir-inrtiga. ' """""
P.' lSlacksuiith's Ativills.
H da Vices.
13 blilt. Stqicrniie Fl hot.
iu;r, CofTee, Molasses and thlu
UK) lbs. best German Turkey-red CoUt."
J. L W. JILRPIIY.
SalUbiiry, Jan. 17.KK
.SjQiftmaod f"T jdulbrrr Tref is
.n.V. rft. r 1 1 . n . w.. . ,1..
oi SUxk wkn4edJat.ii4iomji.Asi lu.
are ot Uie genuine Murug All-, m exteacvely cu!ti
ted in Italy and France; and which wnHfpui tb -Silk
Culture admit, make the best kind U&lk. Beui
at Ac trcond year'a vib..thf.mijMfaaiik4--be
trannplanled, which auay save two years deiay an the
rirt of tlKBe w billing to enira in the bvtMMesa. What
have to spare ran be delivered at any lime between .
UtkHi4'tlt itf-MrirtTminodi kiVf
than the Northern price Lt Her addrevd to toe at
Davidton College, post paU, will be ptbmcaJv aUrmttd
t... R. II. MORRISON.
Vuimiii 'CoTlt;eTt.c72as;x if
Head Quarters Ht?;;L G Ith.
Salibvbv, Jio. 3d, lc3y.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF lia REGT.
rOU a re hereby commanded 10 Par
- It the Court-iUfkse, in tS Toaa J
.Salisbury, on Saturday iJx &!h .Xl.ft h, i
1 1 o'clock, A. M., to prrjceel by hm'.tut b
fleet a Maj. GeaeraU S the 4:'k Duma
of North Caruboa tdiiiUa, to sap?? tl
vacancy orcaswoed by lb reiMUoci uf
Tb.-. G. PJk,
1L iV. LONG, CJ tWBiJut, i
--4tik Kegnwiit S. C JSiTiU.
- laaay U .fctfk-r-'-'
Tht? Thuroush-hrrd Uorc
If as arrived at hi Masai
ia 6a condiUM. aoj m ,U
be exhibrted to all tbtae
Hi .u krjiO VW
the 15th of Fi binary, and
tA oe Ue I'jth of Jiiiy.
FjT .rJ- MktyvUi
htnd-tutt. - - -
R. W. LOSG.
HB Pimtiny EsWJshmwat of the Mistoe) SpecHte
1 i ofTem! tor sale on aeewnra.datirg tcna. To a
practical printer with a small family, the :tatio t a
very desirable one. PrafasRional and otltrr eafi
nients, demanding at present, the ike of mt tone,
alone prevent m from agaia a'wonna; Ue Editnrial
chair, which, with some exceptions, fesa brre to sae a
source of pleasure and profiu Tber a, periapt, mo
village in the State tlsit btJdi out better loduceokruU
for an establishment of U- kind.
N. k PALMER.
.Milton, N. Jaoury.21, l3l
k '-'filste A "rt neat and emn"oruUe iee'lir?
tt,J.U house ft a m.l &eiSy. -lt is
ted on a lot adjoimef Jdr. t'-oarre Trece. abuvt
.. . u : . . 1 1. .. ... . - .
I u ' iiiiniii, win nvn hit v.iniw.
. .-,Jir.lln. ,. ,,. ... v. .
The laie A'ylaiiits.Ojt nh
. .G21a ?.
, . a as "
. 11a li
. 13 a -J
. . .10 UJ
cool. -. . a
bonilUi a i
t thi nflice. . " '
: ,. J,jJ. imvujsnapi'ii . : r
II Turret FULLY n.firw bi lrien.li ami tbc
1 duIIt 'b it be it si til a' hi "f
I fi-l'OXll UTTINU,
eo m.Ut Amth of SJ.ibur), .and alxwt i a mile
. from tte old CUr'.estoa ioad, where be is prepar
lt i.i i-rj.niiibKUte th? wi-dunj work in hi Im'c.
t . i f
II. ... . w Kn.t n! lof Male, g fTOOd SUMIllV Ot
MILL-STONKj. of srious siars and prices, from
twenty-five It thirty dollars a pair, W the best grit
and workmanship; WIMXJW SILLS.frorp
f t 82.5; DOOR-H LLS from J to W, WJOil
I STEW I.50t ROUGH BI ILDING -fitl!
ra f:'ty to emty-lwe cent ; TOMB Sl'ONKS
810 to $15; GOLD jop ahiift) GRINDERS
. a -v m. iiCT:ai .-. .
Tl SuWriber hopes by close attention to bust-
aud kia determination to Ionian none wu me
artKbvandmt redut-ed terniMo merit and
. ; .
receive a innii portioa oi piiuuc m"g"
. Kowaa County Apriri4
NEW FASHION'S, F.OR FALL & WINTER,
n n: ch mi. nr.AKi),
illl'ECTFl LLY informs bis(fnenos and me
w wtiifi. that hw Mt ill eirrrie on the TAILOR-
INti BUSINESS t his old htand on mam street, ,
il.-.tj.-. - ..VI.. . . , ,,Li, ,. . - - -1
nest dMr to the Apfthecary btort.' He is ever
ready'.to execute the order ot nia customers in a
kMmmtAjmL any worknian
in the western prt of ttie Mate. He w in the re
giiUr rccei4 of the latest London 'and NewrYork
FASHION'S, arid prepared t accoii'imodate the
tattea of the lashiorrabld at all times.
- (sir Cutuu;? garments of alt kinds. attcnded to
Drcrurtlv : aud the latest Fashions fjrnisbed at all
times to country tailor, and instructions pif"J"
tVitlnhnrv- Jaif 1
puiiswiryrjan. 1, i...
I I ESPECTFU IX Y Jakes this method to rnforrn his
I. IrieiJ auS eosb)mers.in Concord and tU vicinity,
thai be stid continue to carry on the above branch ot
buatoe at hi old stand in Concord, South of the store
Ofrnd - p
a!f fimrWIeaaTTo' '7 ;
Cut, rn.-iLe or Kxccule,
any WihwTiner irldo experience in the Bn?i.
54n the paint he 1 now Uikiiij; to receive the earliest
Uihi-rfii frotn Philadelphia arui New York, enables him
tc ut. that the work done at his Shop, shall be oi the
Be fct Workmanship.
.,X-EJJi M iil.laa,tBAch.4aa-Af ent) jOttVUUick ftpr,
proved y steal of T. Oliver ot Philadelphia, to anyone
t mt wwbr mBtrtictioo in his tysteni of cuttmg.
I'iOPaL Varnisi' English patent Ja
pan Varnish, f'abinet Sizing, Black
"Varrrr?h fnr -Hamem Makers,- Copal Var-
ni furljutuuialfliakera, Japan Used lor
painting fr tauinct niakeni, Haing tor
Cabinet makers, made and sold, whole
- ; - ; By C. l1. HARRLSON."
Statrsnlle, Nov. 1, lSW. 5m
iT'Hn Subscriber, wishes: ,o infortn Jii.Cd.slojjiCXS.
kttd tle public generally, lual he still carries
Mone C'uttiii? I!nines,
and er ready to execute, m a very supori
maimer, ail dene not ions of work in bis lioe.
Gold Gnndtrt, Mill-Stones, Utiulotc and Door-
sill. Door tie pt arid I ombstoittt, are executed in
a Very rare sivic. ins em ior .niu-oioiies is very
. ii- t :. i .11 c.
guoJ. .Mr. I hilipo also Oegs to inlorra the public
ihille can eiecute Fngraving of various kinds
tle will Engrave. mar bie.sUi.bs neatly, and granite
tnmMia4tii.w4iU.xxecuted if deaired, His
luodating as pible.
I'crsom wishing to have work done in the above
Itri.-will d. well.-to call ai the residence oC Mr.
Pfttfrpiiii-aveit vmtenrtb, hi tialtsburr. . "
ENOCH E. PHILLIPS.
August 21, 1333 tf 7
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( ' c ; i - EDMUND IlUFFLN,
j Edit4r Rod Proprictxir, Petersburg, Va. . , ,
mumM ii iff nri )- '''-'"""
' Pit :
Mi - . I I I " '
The follow na wan extract irom a ioruiv.u
of iSZ EK the discoverer of tke celebrated eg
table Anti-Bihou i'lli-" '
- Health, wealth, and enjoymcW, are the three
. - r. i. ,... d'f-irtt
prime olcu of Mt.. 'B'Ti aTni h
ki a mean to obtain the latter. jlaA aecUlor jVcalth
as a means of enjoyment.' But vam wauch pursuit
WiuJulth po?e. of -health.: WiUwul buddy
and.atrengUj, neither, the phys.cal.nor t.ie aicnUi-wn-tber
the inner nor the outward "nan i capable ot an,
achievement, whether of wealth or of omoynwnt-.
.., in rarvjre oo a sound liiiud in a sound
body is 'the tin qua fton-rtiie absolute requisite -tor
.ii efficient etlbtl in the atummeiiiol nuiuaii ends.-
v...-.-..- . . t..J.. L..I':..l.l... (l,.n ,
there ; ai)d Uie lincst laid plans are reuoerou-
by the shattered condition of our tenement ot clay.
Bui say Uiat ainaq could obtain wealUi ttiat he codld
aciiuird the gold of Ophir, and braig Uome W tno-Ue- -sures
of Uie mmes ol Uolpouda, yet Without health,
j where would be.his liapptnebsl HO Would 00 uiiscra.
bie in the iindaiol hisguiuauu ms uiamouu , ue
pine away in wretei.euiies a'nd despau ; and ho would
exoiaun with the wise inatt-of oid' AH 1 v.uity aud
vexation of spirit! His limbs are racked with pain
and he cannot rest; hu appelile is gone, andhe4oudies
4n lbod bis siomatli is uppremd a Hit n.nyii, h
;ut u.usxs, aiw-no-
vidence. Ho would give ail lie u worm uay, an uie
world.ifhe.had it-lo.rtuepoor.buthea'ti.) uwa'sappeiile.
v Please iveiiiet" said a buugr.wrelcti,lua wcaldiy,
feeble man" Please give me sixpence to buy me a
morsel of food ; 1 am ahilost starved !"
" I would give a thousaud dollars tor your apiwtiVe,
.aid die rich man, as he handed die hungry oue a dollar.
Of so much iinportauco us health to tne enjoyment
- irr - whcrt'to, methmks-f-hear the feader-aidt, miIk
scTverthw-hormly on bo piamat4iaekttieV a iwbjeel V--Ihi
we uot all know the value of healthl Do we not
all atiiiiid to it as one of Uie chief, if nut the clucttst
concerns 61 our mortal existency 1 Do we not employ
the means 10 attain and preserve it!. Do we. not lay
out money --do we not tiio jihysiciaiis do we not follow
their advice do we not swallow tlieir prescriptions !
True most. true - geuile reader, Uwu dost ail Itungs,
we dare Riy, and more - 8ull, we cannot believe our -homily
on health to be altogether unnecessary. As 111
morals, so in physic is it-requisildlo have " line upon
imp .mi nri r.-iii limin lire-scot. " Men in health tbrm't
that tiiey may be sitk; aud men in sickuese do not all
wys employ the meet judicious -means to attain health. -
Very true, Doctor men do not as you say, always
pursue the right road to health. Nw, i know ol some
people who are always dosing themselves Willi physic,
aud running to the doctors aud apothecaries every day
-fot tlieir lives. 'J hey lake, 1 verily Uelieve, a cart load
of drugs Tri a y U r, sndy er they are not-well- after aH. -
lo you know the reason i
Why, yes, 111 my uomioii, there are two reasons. In
the first place, they lake too much medicine, aud m the
second, Diey do not take ttie rigiu nuiu. 1 useu 10 maae
the same mistake. Bul lately mat is lo way tor two
or three years past I've hit upon a better plan. J take
Dr. Peters' Vegetable Bilious Puis, aud I derive mifre
benefit' Irom one dollar la.d out 111 Ilium, than 1 used 111
IpoyiiTg liny W any tonne r pursuirof lietttth, beside sa
ving aworld'ol nausea and ifsgust in swallowing an eu-
! ortnous quantity of incdicineS. Do you know Dr. Peters !
uiy well. , . .
" And have you ever taken his medicine !"
"1 have; I were a biockhoad else."
" They tell roe he is none ot your quacks, who un
dertake to mend aud regulate the human inachiuc,
without su much as knowing 01 what parts it consists,
and how tiiey are put loguuier. They say he under
stands anatomy and 'physiology, I think you call them;
and u as IkmiJiar With buuuiy aud chemistry as 1 8111 '
with the road to mill." - - T .
You are right inloru.otl. Dr. Peters i no cmp.r.a
Hedoes not ondertakerwhaffie does not undersund;
voieu uiiUBt'ii 10 uie viuuy 01 uie uuuiui muie, buu iiiu
diseaNe to which u is subieeL and now he is aoDlvir.p
bis acquisitions to the rel.et ot suttering humanity
- j - I 1 . , D
He does not put torth tlie absurd claim so olten ad-
'- . . - . . "
vanceJ by tlie mvenbjrs of patent uoslr'uius namely.
that of curing all diseases Willi a Blngle prescription !
Such a pretence he would deem about. as dithcultJo
swallow, as lo laku the uosirunia uf those who put it
tbrtii. There is no such medicine. There is not, and
never was, a panacea for all diseases. The vkoktihlc
Bii.iot a pills pretend lo no such miracle. . But what
is-iidiuilcly boller,they enoctwuale vw-UMiyoodorlakOr-i'hey
keep the word ot promise to the stomach, and the
prima via which they make to the ear and eye.
. And that indued is uo slight recommendation. Nor
are the complaints lo which these Pills are adapted tew
nor tar between. The disorders arising from a morbid
state of the Bile are, unfortunately many, distressing
and lu ml. A. large proportion of all. tlo fevers, espe
cially al the South and in the marshy districts, are
owing to this cause, from tlie distressing ague and lo
ver, which almost shakes asunder life and limb, lo the
fearful " Yellow Jack," which seldom quits bis viclmr
w unout asunaenng suuianu body as be takes M leave.
I,nnvrH.nt mtin to.
prucuce,' w ith disegse,
, , ...... .y..,
in ail its form j, which ongtnates of the disirder of tlie
Bile, Dr. Peters was farstled lo employ bis knowledge ,'
and experience iu the preparation of s medicine which
should prove etlioacious iu this iarge class ol diseases,
which snouid siiuuiu relieve ine aciung and duzy head,
1 tfliiiA Inn. I La I it nraLAtiliwI t . ..... ui.L .d;,i.
.uv yt v e if trnnQ B41 14 r. y litA VO
wuicn aresoapt toioilow tiooi their imprudonl neglect
. For this purpose he .prepared, with mueh care and a
lust adaptation to die purport, Uie Vegetable Bdiou
Pills, which he is happy to sav. from loinr exoeneuce
and theabuudant tisuiuony of those wud have employed
diem have answered, more than answered bisuiosisan
guiue expeclalions. - '
it is uot his own. mere assertion thai vno are railed
upon to bul, eve.
11 is not Uio ipse dun of any siul'Io
man though he was as great as Galen or Hippocrates
that yoti ore to. pin your iiiitli upon. NuiUier al
though tt u said in the sacred Volume , that H. by the
month of two or three witnesses shall,.!! things be es
tabliahed" are you to believe in o small a number
only! "A cloud ol witnesses" i bdbre you. Tbey
are toe numerous toWesstly-ererlooSedj-tbcy'are too-
ll intelligent to be eatuleiwJy heard Alley are too respec-
tauiu ui ue suiuiy regarueo.
Beieving the spontaneous testimony of those whoso
experience is the, best of the truth ihey assert Dr.
Peters ha thrown together in Uie following pages, a
few of tlie many hundtedsofttistimonialsreceivvdtroin
every quarter w hen Ins pills have come into use. - Tiiey
are loft to apeak for themselves. They are the words
of .those who." pcak what they do know, and testify
what tiiey have seen ind experienced."
03" Becareful and enquire Ibr Peter' V-geUble Pills;
they are sold in Salisbury by John Murphy; in Lexington
by J. P. Alabryj and tn Charlotte hy Williams & Biyd,
ol whom they can be had at the N. York wholesale pritce.
(;ui:Liriai: xiitTivi .
. ' . .
ilE fclClv are all takTmif thi wonderful Me.
dicine which i astonishing Europe, and Ame-
rica wunjis migmy cures.
For Sale at (be Post-Officei FaUstoZn, Irtidt
Xld? mind iaqt.teAfltye 4he.ka jirnt mPMssnifd, IsoiHi-ott-tjie E
.. .... ..-i.vo to'ktUe uuriwse. Lnjoyuiciitlk noTr,' . u Z.:i...S? .T?.0. W
Uy JNa YOUNG: "A'eis
fioitlltt iii .LiltTitry 3!evs(u,r
rnlflS ;s a monthly Ma;,Tizine. devoted clii(flytoi
1 i:RAii'Rr.bnt pccasiunally (iiidnig ro(,m . T"
tides that lull wilbin the ncojie d it.v s.
proteming a tntire dizain cf tasteful trUciiun, h D(Ji
ita matter has been, as it will continue to be'
main, origmut. ; ' 8 L'
I'arlv VuUlict and Coiitroversal Thtrj,,'n.. . .
ixible, are jealunrly excluded
. it i j . : i : i
,.t.i .... ;.i...i i i 7 war.
o uienucu wuu uu;ussiniis in I itriuior m'n...,
i.ru-. fitliprwiiM umibitlliriiiHhlf. in ... i
v... , . , tiu aumitij
tor the suKaol more va
a uaule nuiiii.r t.. u 1...1
hero ; but when ever
thathappt-ns, they .reinc
lhey aredroM. toleratai r
only t not prtmary. T
cause d cannot well be severed lioiu the steihJ
wherewith it 1 incorporated. -
Ktvitws and CRiTit'xi, Not'm es, occupy their j
pactr tt tlie Worki and 11 is the Editor's ana that ft!!
aiiould bavo a thre!old tendency to convey jn . , "
deiiscd tbfrtf, such valuable truth or internum b?"
dent as are embodied m the works revTovvd,-.toiK"
reel tlib reader's attention to books that deserve to u
read,Taud U warn him against wasting time wd
ey upon that large number, which merit only nTu
burned. In this age, of publications' that by tw
ncty and multitude diBtract and overwhelm ever !!"
mable and Inuwpensablii of auxiliaries, to hira who wZ
..... In lifirimllitli ' , fl
HMIlt W HWWlUHiii.m ,.f...
Ewiavs, aud l'AiEf having in view utility or imu
mcut, or both Historical mmtciies aud RsmT
cRNt'Es of cventatoomiuute lor llwiory,' jot eluclu"' "
ting it, and heightening it iuterest, tnny berecirdj
as torniing the staple of the work. And of Indiana
1'oxtri, enough is published sometime ot no
strain to manifest and w cultivate the growing
cal taste and talent of our cotmUy. 6tu
The times appear, lor several reawoqs, to dcmiDd aid
a--jP" 'LV''Alie.. LUL iiiauy...,4Ttltar
111 md is leverij.li and irritated still, from recent puliUcal
strife ; The solt, assuusive tulluence of Literature
needed, to allay that lever, and sootno that irritatioa.
Vice and folly are 'rioting abroad: They diouli at
driven, by indignant rebuke, or laahcd by ridicule in'T
tlieir biting haunts.; Ignorance lords it over an m
mouse projxjf lion ot our people : Every spring damy
be set in motion, to arouse the enlii'iueneo. and t
crease tlieir number ; so that the great enemy ol pow.
lar government may no longer blood, like porteaui
cloud, over the destinies of our -country n(
be, employed, than a periodical, on the psau d tlie Met
senger ; if that plan be but carried ouuu pr&cuce!
. The South peculiarly requires 'such an agent k
all the Union, Soutli of Washington, there are but tW
Literary perioditals ! Northward of UiatjMtyj there
(0 probably at least twent-fivc or thirty ! 'stfiieofr
trast justitied by the wealth, the leisure, the attire
talent, or the actoarjiterary. teie, of tlieSuiibera pea,
pie, compared with llioso of the Norliiurul Ao;
111 wealth, talents, and taste, we may justly cUim
leant an equality with our brethren and a ttornesM:
irnUrtutlon" miu aiTdouat, at -
lord ua, if we chouse, twice Ue Icnfura trvMiBgj-
It was from a deep sense of this local went, that the
word Souiuern was engrafted on the name of UiMpe
' riodicui : and not with any design to nourish local m
ijiidices, or to advocate suppled local iiiteresta, F
ilroui a nyj!uch-thiughu it u th.e.Edilor'a lurveulidv -
, 10 see me iNorui aim ooutn U.uiiU cndeanngly tqjette
; forever, 111 ihcttlken bands ot mutual kindness aodtA
: tectum. Far from medilaf uig hntttltty to tlie Nortn,ba
ha already drawn, and he hopes hereartor to in,
; much of his choicest matter thence : aud happy kxfat!
wilt he tlceui hbnsfcir, should his pagtj, by-nikkiogesdi
; region know the other better, contribute in any esso
lial degree to dispel the lowering c'ouda Uiat bo
-j threatttn die peace of botli, and to brighten aitdstrtnetih
erf the sacred tieVof fraternal love.
L.; The. Southern Litrharv Me.smkxier has now com-
tpieted its fotaiH volume. How t'nr H hasacteset
1 the4 ideas here uttered, is not for the Editor tosiy. He
believes, however, that it fails not farther short of them,
! than huluan weakness usually makes i'rovtice &11 abort
I -Decern! r, KW.
- -pilfi Public are in-
r '.,,, lL'mli71
. UJ:"innt.iM. . . . .'
, , r rilI)vl,0 .
" 1 ni:cuu
OCT Orders from a distance will be punctually t!
I tended .tov by .arma tlie AgenlMjdjwft
1 '" lSmiiliin. Jjniuru 17 li!ln
- Lrxihglon, January 17, 183l.
1 Hew tO GooflSf
JACOB WIN ECOFF &. Co,
RESPECTFULLY. inform their curtomer td
friends in ir(4ii,.rl ili.l ll... k..a in.l rrcived it
Uieir old sUnd at SureWalt' null, Cabarrus county, 11)
miles North-west of CoWord, a new supply ol
Fall and Winter Goods;.
comprising almost every article usually kept is tlite sec
tion of couutry, which thy otter at ine usual teriM
Cboaper than ever tor cashjor to punctual dealer oai
credit of twelve mouth. vs return our lincere thank
U our customers ibr Uie liberal patronage we have re
ceived, and hope, by strict etleution to buiinesa, to w
nt Uie same.
January 3, ls3D.
OLD CASTINGS WANTED.
WE will purchase, any amount of old Castings that
lliav l) llrilll"lit l.i ,ia- aiiKh ntirpiitllUl kCrCi
t . ' tt. UVO ,.
iinq - ,4 1 .
CRESS Si JJUC-Ut
pay one cent per pound.
.Salisbury, Sept, tf, 1S3&
. . tf,
To the Citizen of .vtliury
rIE undersigned having determined uVopea a Scbsl
for boy in this place, ou the 1st ofAIarch aeA
solicits the patronage of hi friends audhe cMU"
generally. 'f, piULLU'S
Goelicke-s Matchless Sanatiie.
4 QUANTITY of ti.P shova v.lnable MediciM
ia- hand, and for ml .t ili P, -iUlir.ee at UW'J.
Line, Diviu County. N.C.7 " 7 """"
e HyJOllN LUS,ie
'nilE SubscnlKjr having puren,fW Irj,
a- lMUDnsiimenrana uneeirm-- r
ff.p ilia .i4pnn. 114.4.1,1111 uf 'i'ravell
f . - ... ...ii.... in
.... .-....4-.V... .. .
Boarder, ia now nreoarcd for tneir
liou. ttw TABLE will alway be furnjabed
With the best the market can tforfi
bis BAR with a giiod aupply or choice I"? ?if
BEDS shall always be lept in tine order ; nd bji
ble (which are very exleiwivc) re well uI'til'f1 j
Provender f the first quaiity, and attended ?.
and faithful hosUerA s
lie boie, by etrkt attntion to the hueine
on, to give satisfaction to ail who may ;'or.ML '
their pau'ooage, And he only k a call anJ I tw
Lexington, N. C, Feb. 21, lH.fi).
i 1 1 rPTt A Tf rri it i VTtf Lffl&5i
niJE (subscriber oder his-rvice to '''Jri
X issltsbury in hi prolenon. - He &1
1 v IT
W attauU lor H ao Wctc.
. .. - ; - . -.- . A
liJMBlmry, Feb. 91,1m ?t
the Mansion lloU. -.
- Salisbury, 'eb. 14, lWi--
j.f. n i or.
- August IT. 1636. 3ra-. -.