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Maj'tfic Icre wk i rtt-ie iecf !
Ho answer no!, but swifter ep-ds li way. I v
l'a!iiif'e' with our,picaJ win the l ! t tky.
1 My to fa die: 0 thou, wWe w '. rj
'I i i -i a of y'T-s nr.d ii-ii ,!? .-.t; -
, Mip heave sigh, atone lit -n f fr.-T, "
.And, tuldin,'d0wrwsrd eti!s Vr sf ji rj ft.
I now ttroceded, mi a!id llymzliifil erfiwn, .-
- W'lifi) rcrn in ii-fn'Ci o'er tit rn.'.l tn
I see Oblivion tta'k froin atone to nse.;
Al) tliiiUV I iried, ttan known! say whit design 1
JIj checked my further pcech with tullfii toe,
1 care rtitt wh-e it now it mme.'
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. J ti ll thc-c," M4 the old mas, wbat is l.te :
A pulf of irmitjW wtnr bfire.tb wml,
f .ike vend bark, i tn-d um tlw
f )f pain and plogurp. by tlii wivenag brwh
Of pi. ton . Tbey ar wi'nda that dftvc it on,
Bat wJy to.dcttructkni and desir,. ;
, l inry : J,?ir!!i .ttoiatcate
"Mur (;1iruma kva not frrneat J and the heart
U haunttn) by dim mcnxrwa hr!t left '
liy pant I:lic'rty. , Hence Ao eipin
For vaitt apirm -btfw tlt bll thr Ojind -With
bitter UioujIiU fur tiiorowa xknrtf.m
A 'on'vti ,1'i;b. A Vouni sentlf-rean at Chic-
as- lift Lul, wwi. ,: HMrt..t .a.fetr,,,hr?yy..a wha1 1
her to d' b'r the marriage till an important la
5Ui) of hr .fjitiicr was rriiW. The lad insisting
n prompt acti'w the diiiUtrt$teJ lover said, !
can have the refusal ol you fix nxinthi, cur! I ?
. A ch!ebrotd roprr, intcrvling to pi to a roaskfd
cort'ilied an ncquaintanre in rtit rliarartrr
ha should. (!wiuie luiiiM'lf. ' do s4icr,'jrrpHd
hid fricnd.M' tuid jour uioht intimate fnend ool
kno w y'u.
. Tropic wliPfl pointing !)t,lhj fdtilts of otW are
apt to forget tltiat others way at ihe eae irjUM
" We!!, pood byf, said a man to hi friend b
lived at a distance, tf yi should mm any here
m the iwihborlioixi of my house Iwiih jou would
- Parallel 'of fhr. Stiff. Man is Rtrrw ilTo-
rnnrn i brainiliil. wvlao in darinf tod cuntident
,Vpinnti i difliiloiit and f!fls't,l''ASv- M"0 isir?i
, in aciiun -W-iinan at ht!M,v Man tails to c-
, vincCf- iJiriiiaio (wrwjrtoe ana please. Man has
a rtifijcd hrart Woman a. ijifl. ani tetidrr one.
Man prsvonts nn(rv Wwtmit rrjwss it, Man
bos science Woman tatte. Miii ha ju.l?ntent
Wonmh scnMbility. Man is a &ig uf justice
W uirmn of. tn;y. -r - r -
. r A ,New-York pnper inrntion an Minimis trick
of a wn to get a enki s;iit oiw uitM at lite JV
lional whea ih houne as (u'.l. 1! pokrd hi
h;ad in al a b)"dr and sung out that "Jntm
Huiiib's lwtt ia fire V. Abvut fiAv.Viio bur
t'nj l,ir !L-i of that t.afi iiif:anly lu k Vp their
litis and Mrf 14 uiQR-riitt, when the
joker who hid caused all tire flair tjuietly 'poffed
liiiu (inn vi ineir acais. . . ,
r " Ilavo yj ever ween V snail f aled a wa to
a iteraMi tint remarkable fur spetd. fes,n Ti
you rnu-.l have met hitri, for it is imntsisible frjo
to have overtaken one. ' - ...
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Are you guiltyrr iwt piilty
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of afrai ni to a priM)er tl.e day ; " aod suie
now, said Vat, . w hat are yo put there fur, bul
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- rnie.-A eour.lrv spolbecBry iid trit Jt-f
iknmo w a . Uwt.. jwl i H4fWwKer sart iii'jf ?aa
"emintry wmtmfi twnmwtM.i inttn
Ad old gentleman frffirTTore witli a y oung lidy
named Page. In a ball room, l.e lady dnpped
her glove ; itistantly be took it up, and bis add
waa, hi presenting it . - .
If fntrn t;or jou take the b?Uef C,
'l'lu'q gloct oukci far, wbtcbj dtvote to thee.
, Hit answrr was, . 'J'. ,-. ' ,
" ' And if frJm talU yob UketbeletW
"-'-.Tticn Pugt Bisk pi age, tad that won't do (br itc.
Why dues your oose in Cidd weather become
eg'.ni:hhs T When-it ia a little reddih.
tkniie noses are vrgctabkiQ all weat'icr. - Tbe?
mo turn ups
A C(VKit"oa. As 6re, w ater, anjtir, are the
thrt' ere! p f msgrted to in. tuechauical pe:
rati'Mi s! aualgfo H thee, the three impelling
paeis of moral wJcAiact are, lave, mo.-y, a:td
Xiirt From a oMwrKr. It is well known,
jro!.;tiIy, to nMr4 f ir r" k rs, ''? F-rntejlj ptvi.
p!e ft-arrd t.i touch the carcase of a deed mad 4.,
fir fear of Leeoniin rabid. W did rv krtw
however that there was worb a jet rut record at
tti'f.tbrtv1ft,tt try. the tfitf if ff IV.nfei McK
cantile Journal from a ppcr publkhted in that city
jil l?l---AVo? Brawn.
ltujtUt MjM."'June 10.The UuoJ of ibe
mad dof, inentiisied in our Usl, hicb was kiJW
in the chamber of a house in tbe'halfr Village,
j-ii'jf .1 to lie about a quart, wa taken up and bo
ri'd abo'it f ur feet from a hrgr jvar tree, in full
trea was completely wu'ierfd to the higest brao
c'tej , and contmuts to witlwr as Cit an ti it were
cut down. "In digging tb bole, wotoe of the wntall
rixit ware cut td, which enabled th pve to
mingle wjt!i the ssipf.aod ronvey it deadly io2a
' t-ucL'' tin my part cf ti c trtT-y---
iVt-ic Not the riiwa miMes, dear rwi!er" but
t'i' 'tnfitiei.of Del f ll.iw, iiut.ber fl. This nu.n-!-r
f, oiler all, is not without poetry and ru. nance.
I iil. cd, sometimes he is a very comical rlivraing
Lhancter, and ap;n ar to cLliht ia perf trrnirtg
balf a drztn purts in cce piece on thh same slJe.
It msy be kn'twn to every learned Thtbin that
oil the products of the il"! 9 procure the same
reult by
sdViitiuii of the coiultinatioiii. Tor io-
stance s
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AdJ .:p riny of the hUvc resuhs and it witl.f ro
ure t'i j priiitilive nmnlCr D. , 1 , -
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l-'-fitinin" Rt
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on t.f the figures; aTr ii-rruwc
tsry tu.U : SU 1?,72, t7, Ac.
" tii.o rent cUarsetnit win can
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f; ,Hn the i! g ,.
,,r:.,ry c i. jj"p-U', were re-
iv i.d the tf.ea fjf'.li-uiiinj
w vu. . ' ' ' : , ,
T:. f,.". - w- ctrn to fwp-tt tin" srrond
'-! itf-tif i n wi -m;c'v.I of it pnh ari-l brrv.ty :
" Th r.f osr i iM-ie ; I'm fiiirei form
tr i date are I-5-! 6; the two 6ri4 fiiir are
iV j tj-itisy 4 I n-r ; rch Iq figures
e-.vmb.w-d mile moe.tlie fairmukeei:hti.'n, whirh
tsro comlxi! wvA nl"; the product ia 10,524,
,Wj fisSre adl-d t tgether make eighteen.
S-H a r jrt'i' Vtf"! rre tv recur. .Y. V. Student.
AT S USPl'RY-March 11, im
Con, . . . . I') a lij pM",-.'. .
braady, aj'!, : ' WMt j Nad, . .
, Picb, Boo ikitjSi . . .
BcUtr..- v; . - 10 121 jusar.browa,
11 a
tife,.; , . ;
'ora, . . .
12 a -13 Halt.
a 12i
. "a CO Tobacco,
lYaibera, . . .
flMir, . . .
.37 a 40 Wht.(bu.-4iel).10ila0(NI
a 6"sl. Wbifkey,. . . 4 a fill
naxnerd. .
Licsred OJ, pr. gal 1 12J Eggs pr. dot. ) a 10
lUoua, Ul.
"Vails, cut.
cut. .-. 71 w. b
Sht, . . ltfa li
1 2o J
22 a 21
12 a 16
1 a I
75 a WO
Ho jar,
. a w
,550 a 625
V3ee,. ,
Cottnn, .
. 10 a 121
JJ2. a avi
nowrcoeiitry, .& a Nl
Stel, American, 10 a 121
i too, ... a a w
a U
Lard. . . . 124 a 13
12 a
Ltwtber, sole, . 22 a 25
Jd.i. we,
(Iriwa,' .
; 30 a 621
Tobacco, m.'nJ. 10 a 5
8 the demaaJ lor Mulberry Trees is
L . moch prealef than eaoAe aupplicil, the
JI .-tiubfeenber hi concluded Joj!tpu of part
or hn Stuck tnttrnted tor own u. Tbey
-arrv4 ui rewu Attu Alf, so eiitenatvely chtva
d in IuTt and Franc; and which writera upon the
St'.k CnHure almtt, make Ibe bfst kind of Silk, fcing
al ibe aKMvf jMrVpraw'tET'tne rar 'liripe eaougb to
be lrwp;nt4, wtiirn way aae two year ol7 t'i
nrt f t!iue wi-hft'j t rnjjaje in the iinw. What
ravw W fparwrww bedettvvrd at say tiraw bt4we
mis sad thai M of Mucb, and spun Unaa mncb luwt-r
tbaw ilw Niii.rrw price Letters addred t wtw at
Datidiua CutlcTe, pud patj, will be promptly attfiKlcd
to. K. !L MOUUiSoN.
:-g-l-a- -m, -r -r 1 ,..-,, rn, .U. I i, i -
INFORMH the pwblie that he bas removed from hi
1 (jfort suatt, to km new buddings en the poblvi
square, hi Ute Town of MKkvill, w tiw he will ro-
tiBue to keep a IttM.SK ttr K.M KK TAIXMEN T.
Ilia llooae is roomy and omin.l oua ; attacliei to
wbick'are ex eomloruUe CKIicew M (rent let nen of the
Bar, all ennreatent Wthe Court Houe. The aubscri-
be !eter Hriudf u lite nwt dilirent eartNn, to
fiie aWctiu U Such as may cH ud him. 11 Ta
Imc. Cm and Subies ara wAtvsJed ia the bet manner
tltl the country wia ard, and bis servant are faith
nil and pffar?. : z "r"Zr---.. . r
FekH, 1-s.m. 74- tf
The .olrtl ltii.irtrr Horse,
WILL stand tleen-
suing Seaaun at
Fiir Arther pun fculsrs
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SkL4ry,.K 14,1
Heath Tracti
- r 1 II IK IIHTH TRACT. codUinm six
. bnnt'ied Acre of Land, sitiwtrd about
V I sa c ks F.-irt of Ixineton, ItavidHon t
gatai tLe to4 leaoinj rrwn Lexington to
l t rttev die h oow" onVretj f -r S le. ' . .
Tlwre are abowt liSJ acres improved, and 500 in
WoWamiTiKber. V .
The Tract n bxated in a very ... . V,
i4 ' wrfawt - '
and is prco!.r!y adapted to uminth. has on it a
f aa Orchard. anJ a good Meadow. And,inde
pewdewt i these advantages, the prubpell tur
UoU, t bloealiuoaUe, aw one or two . -
bare already be opened, and some very rick art ex
Uwettfd fcw UnsCi. - ' r -
1e felesraled ("warsd (?" .Wis. situated a few
bnarett yards south of it ; ars" according to lb diree.
tiow of the Vein of that M me, they urn Becewartly
pass througb a part ol Ibis Tract x.
. Art prru wtJUtT to view, lbs premite pet s
ifiore Ui oe "Cescriptw,' wilt call on Riudnii AVads
wrtb,ia Lexingtoii, wbo will give the tieire2 in&tr.
OMtwi ; or any person w ibinjr to contract ibr the name.
Will ca'l p IV. Aoud. hhury ; or addmw a litei
to tte Subscriber, 1renti Port tKSce, Jones Gfc N C.
M. L lISATll.
The 'Thrto t.brel Ilore:
If arrived at his lnd
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f liorcwHiiiain, anq win
sP be exhibited to all those
k m"Jp Mtl w e bim.
' ,-'"'i"1' - -- -tat . , .
urn JHson win o-giHW
the Kxhef February, and
Huron Tha 15th T Jufv7
For (.rther particulas
vtTi see DsnJ Diii.
"". " R. W. LONfi.
M aio Hornl, SaliAory, Fefi. 7. l$
To Travellers.
ftHE tnrf!!.r.j cTnmunity are rfpertfuny Snfimn.
ed that the Subscriber ia now riumuii? bis line dt.
pert from RaS ii'-i bv way of IMi-boro ami Ashboro' to
Sa!fcury, in Northern made Ctwches of the first
errft-r b'avtn; Raleigh en Moiulaysand Tbnrwlayaat
10 A. M-. arruir iu Sili.-boiy nest tlavs at M l M.
Iran-j Sai 'ytnry ou Tnesdy and Frulayaat A. M.k
arriirT in lU'e jrb n'l days at ltt J. IK ,
11. tvrTi rr r-rii, and driver pntkularlr enrrlul
andaee-r.'f.N'mf.- " JOEL Mctl'AN,
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I'Kt'Ti I LLV mf')rmi In- fii-niU urn!
imblir. that h is siill at rm i.liJ in!"iin-m n. ,
seven mili-s South of S.tluslmry, and fW-ut J a mile
frotn the old CiiHrlostou Roiid, where lie is prepar
ed to acconiiuodntetboie wir-hin work in his line.
He now I.h on lmnd"amHor wile, a good supply of
MILESTONES, of vuriousji', from
tweiity-fivtf t thirty.illHra fipair, of the beat grit
andworkmatitdiip ;mt VVJN IK'VV SILLS, from
12 to 2.5tj UOOli-Sl l.Lti from 62 to8!J; DOOR
KTlirs l.50; ROUUii lillLDING KOCKS
from f.l'ty to seveniy.five rcuu TO MK STONES
from tlOto f 15; (JOLU (up shaft) GRINDERS
' $20 a piece.
The Sub-criber hopes by close n'ttention to busi.J
. ne,;and his determination to furnish none but the1
beat '"article, and on .reduced terms, to merit and
" receive a liberal portion of public patronage. - "
R-wan County April 13 38. ' : :f 12m
uoicit i: ii. iji:ai:d,
RLSPhCTrt LLY mlorins his munos and thejp frwn the following wpular wr
niihl. llml bs Htill r.arriea on the TArL01Cr7v. i)r. Bai.kIbv.-' lleVJ(i. M
ING BUSINESS at his old stand on mum street,
'heTtrTToTtr "lo" "llie Mnecnry Store, lie is ever
ready to execute the orders of his cuntomeri in a
style and manner not surpassed by any workman
in the western part of. the State He is in the re
gular receipt of the latest Londtraiid'New York
FASHIONS, and prepared to accointiiodute.the
tastes of the lashionable at all times.
(fcSr Cutting garments of all kinds attended to
prtmptly ; and the latest lashiona fariiished at all
Oinjes Jo-couiitry-JlailorSfJiiidist tactions giveaJn
cutting. i , Sulishury, Jan. Ir18:i8fc I
0. 27 ?r!33i
RESPECTFULLY ukea thi method to inlorm bis
tritndi and eustdmers tn Concord aiid its vicinitv.
that he Still continue to carry on the above brauch ol
t hir old star m tJoncnrd. Snutti ot the storet
il Messrs. JF 4 C. Pbiler, where he. will be found
- at pl times, ready to
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- iit, make or Ilxeetile,
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any work in his line.
His long etpenenee mlhe BusMf
wess, thepams hei rrowr takingto receive Hie turlktl
fathtuik from Philadelphia and New York, enables bim
to say. that the work done at his Shop, shall be ol the
-' Begi Workmahshltj. ' "
iJ-JL B.jJLi will -also teba Aent) much ap
prtved, ey4em if ilTr4lJt!Bt(c!pt)iij, to any one
who wMhe msUiiction in bis tystem ot cutting.
i iOPAL...Varnjsb, English patent Ja.
pan Yarnisli, Cabinet Siring, Black
Varnish fir Harness Makors, Copal Var
nish for Carriage makers, Japan used fur
painting fiir Cabinet makers, suing for
Cabinet makers, made and sold, whole
sale or retail, Y
Statesville, Nov. 1, 183S.: 0m-
nIIE Subscriber wishes to inform his customers
and the public generally, that ho still carries
and is ever ready to execute, in a very superior
manner, all descriptions of work in his line.
. Gold- Orindert, jiI-A'onr; 1ndm and Door,
till, Do6r tiep$ and Tomb-Hones, am executed in
a, very tare atyle. His grit for MiH-Stones is very
rxd.---Ml4iijipa .alsojiega to inform Hie public.
laYTie can execute Eiigravings of various kinds-
He will Engrave marble-slabs neatly, and granite
tHnb-aioii! coo. btLrl exwuttd. if dc'riml.rilis
Ijaf jifeSBTi a 1 a1WaTtr1)e isrjtrabteod e eco
Persons wwjiing to have work done in the above
line, will do well-la,cll al the residence of Mr
Philips, seven miles south of Salisbury.
Agist 4, r l3S. ; tf
Y'pil Public are in-
fctrmtxl thaLlbe Leiu
tngUm Cotton Manufactory is now in lull operation.
and can supply all demands fir COTTON YARN of
a quality equal to any manufactured in the State.
J. o. CAIRNES, Agent.
Orders from a distance will be punctually at
tendetl tt by addressing the Aient as above.
"Lexington, January 17, 150. tf Y
I ESPECTFULLY inform their customers
. 1 1 frienil in gennmt, that they have just received at
their old aland at Strrewalt'a mill, Cabarrus county, 10
miles iNoriii-west ot loncoru, a new supply ot
I comDrisini? almost everv article usually krbt in this rw
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ftttQ of country, which tbey oiler at the usual terms
"Cheaper than eer for cah,nr tojtunctual dealpr im i
"' creltt of fwele mouths. We return on' sincere thanks
' to our customers for the liberal patrons ee we have re
ceived, and hops, by strict attention to business, to me
rit the snmo. - v , - . . .. - . ,
JanuarTS.l'Lv .''-J- -Jll-stf -r.
rE will purchase, any amount of pld Castings that
v I may be brought to us; uch as old cotton screws.
old milbgearmg, old pots, ovrns, mortars, Ac., and will
pay on cent pr pounil.
Salisbury, Sept 6, 1833.
fl t 1 8 u Writier having "purchased tTiis
ti au riab.i.-riineiit and bttd it in a style
J 1 1 1 1 " accuiiinitiuBiiun 01 1 raveuers and
nCii'iJ B-wrders, is now prepared for their recen-
. uta muui nut aiwaya imj lurniMieu
It ! Dl ....11 1 V- e. : 1 t
With the best the market can afford;
bis BAR with a good aupply of choice Liquors; his shall always tie kept 111 One order ; ami bis Sta
ble (which are very extensive) are well supplied with
Provender of the first quality, and attended by ggod
and faithtbl hostlers. .
, He hopes, by trict attention to the business, m per-
on, 10 give anusraciHtn 10 an who may lavor tnin with
their patruoage. And he onlv asks a fait and trial.
. , . ANDREW CAlDCLLlGil..
. Lexington, N. C, Feb. 21, KtO. - . , U
i Goellcke'i Matchless Sanathe.
.4 QUANTITY of the above valuable Medicine on
V band, and toe sale M the IW-Othce at ("ountv
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iJlie, 1'dYIO tvVUIUJi.l. v.,
- . By JOHN L'LNN, A?..t
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ON the first of Jauuary.lSJO, was comnieneed the
aecond volume ot tl.e American Museum of Liter
rature and the Arts. . ThisjMgii!.inc w depie.lory of
pa'pers in the various depurtmen's oi-uieraiuie, cw;
cuce, and lbs Arts, calculated alike to instruct, ptobt
...A nl,.a the reader. ' Aa utility w the, characteristic
ot the age, the Museum coiiUina article ot solid mter-
ert upon Kcience, Literature, llintory, Biograpby, arid ,
Morals. ' Reviews and literary criticimnH, so important
in tbia publishing age,.xcc'ipT a pr.imnewt jilacc W JJie.,
wwk;lt, slA contains sliort reviews of tli6 entire
work of distinguished American authors, accompanied
by portrutH engraved on steel. '
The solidity of the work is relieved by lighter arti
clessuch as graceful ewoys, inlnresting and amusing -..
liklsMi rr it ! iriM itntiti th fine artsJetn'nds. bketcbea ot
travel, literary and scientific, intelligence, and poetry of .
a iiiperiororder."1 '
The very iavorable reception which the work baa '
met from the prewi and the public, liaa justified the pro-,
prietor in luaking liberal arrangeiiienujjor contribu
lions to the second volume j and they have'accordmKly
made large additions to their corps of regular contribu-;
tors. , in the January nuruoer win pe luunu oiqibi
ipuiar writers; , -
orris, Rev. J.U
Clinch, David Hoffman, Esq., W. G. SimmV' Charles
wat ThonTpnrrrioftind,-1i7T.jra ftr
-fiosr-rrofussor. i wher ot the University or-iuary
laud, Prtr Fureuiaii,.W.B1.Tapp, Mr.
-rfyj-MnbiH. F.Gould, Mrs. Emma C: Embury. Be
sides these, many other writei o known ability have ,
contributed to the work, and will continue to aid Us.
In this number is the cprnmenceme'nt of a scri ps of
"Italian Sketches," by a gentleman ot taste snd scho
larship who ha been sojodrnmg in that classic country v
Besides these, the future minibtysot the Museum wilt '
Contain articles from dibtinguished European writers,
ntltiTiioihVeSrff 'larniltriraii:rdimoEftV&"ViiiSlMnC'a
fmm: and MemiMim. native talenL r
PfcATaa. PortraiU on steel, by a distinguished
ailist, similar to that of Wishington Irving in the Sep
teniber mmibfr, and of J. F. Cooper in the January
number, will continue tn embellish the work. - v.
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'I 'n 1 it ct a wri liuiitfo a 1 1 nniifj i.A
Editors and Proprietor"?
SfpHB nnderngned wilt open bis Kchoot hi this ptace,""
on Monday, the 4th of March, add he request
parents or guardians who intend to send boya, to enter,
them as early in the Session a possible, in order to en
able him to form hi classes permanently .- Tlte charges
for tuition will be the same aa usual in other institu
tions. i " . -
The undersigned also offers his assistance to persons
wishing to acquire a - kiwwledge pf the French Inn-
gunge, or of the Natural Sciences, and to such he
would give instruction either privately or in a class.
Salisbury, Feb. H 19.19.
VLL persons indebted Siibscrilier for Beef, S:c.
are requested to make immediate payment, as fur-,
ther mdulgeuce tbaa the of March, positively can
not bo given. HENRY SMITH.
. n Pet as, im. v .3t
- t;
rpHIS day the Copartnership of. Wheeler 4t B.irns
--L was'dissolved by tlie consent'of parties; all per-
sons. indebted to the Firm will make payment as soon
as possible verbim salt The Apothecary shop, will
beiirrder the control vf C. B. &, CTK. Wheeler, by
whom due attention will be given. '
r-- -WHF.F.I.Klt- A BUB&ifcraiid how the are Dut torethcr-Thev sa he under
Salisbury, 3d December, 1833. tf -
'. l.1 -i' .
U. i sV. li.- 11 i:Vil.l1 il.
take pleasure in announcing to the citiiens
generally, that they will keep constantly on hand a f
fresh and general assortment of -
1 Drugs, Medicines, PaintSj
T Dy e.8tnftV Stcrglcai" Iouments,
gnuJi; Tobacco, Cigars,
SPIRITS, WINES, dus., ' r
trtrrcther with a splendid aseortmeht of FAXCY. R:-TCtES-al!
of which they will sell as rAeap.'if not
cheaper than any other Druggitt ot Merchant in the .
State. v ' ,, . - . -
, N. B. All orders from-a distance, where reference
i given, will be promptly attended to. . . .
Salisbury, Dec 3, 1S3H. tf ;
liOov at TVus.
wUMMER will be coming before long
O and your- housea are not vet painted
paiutaaiMl oil are cbean, and labor costs almost nolhmo.
1 thank the citizens of this place, and the surrounding
country for tlie very liberal patronage they have htre
t.rtore bestowed on me, and bya strict attention to bu ,
sinem, nnpe 10 merit a continuance ptlbCJame
I will say tb all wlio desire fo have oaintinir done.
and may call on ine, that ilJball be executed 10 the aiot -- J
unproved style, and that no pains shall be spared on my
. Any one wishing to have painting done, will always
find me in Salisbury, unless necessarily absent on busi
ness. V . . t IL H. RA1NEY.
li .tit - All rtlers from a distaneei'directed' to me ih
U.l ...Ml I . II , . . .
mnsuurjr wnj oe punciuaiiy aiiunueu 10.'
January 24, 18o0. - " tf 1 '
VP Oxvucrs otLMVU. : .
'pilESuUscribfrbasao impwved patent Spindle for
--, Mills, by which, a mill will dn mncb better than
with the usual form of Spindle. It I an constructed
at to kepp from heat in r killing the meal in any nian-H
"ner.- I he runner is so confiiied by the Suindle aa al- " 1
wsys u preserve it balance, and ot course there is no
rubbing of the stones. -.-: '- .
I think, by thi improved Spindle, the same water
will dtrat leest -mte-titrrd moreitiwtnesarwnd ib
j ofirtiirstr quality -
Any P,;?o.n wusliir.g to use one or thee Spirulles,
may obtain one or more, by making application, (with
in a short time) to the Subscriber at Moeksville, Davie
Co. N. C. I think the probable cost will pot exceed
$:50 lw the IStpnt and Spindle ready for use; '
Col. Win. F. Kelly and Tlios. Foster, in the vicinity
of Moeksville, have reeently tried the improved Spin
die, aud are highly pleased with it...
-. - , t M. GILBERT.
February 7, l ' '- tf
rottrlli nntl lamt AU I i
f PHE onderigned. bgain appeal td those indebted "fo '
I. him on account of the Western Carolinian in any
way, to come forward and piy. U is out of (he quo. '
lion for him to wait or be put off any longer hi neces
aitie'se'pnsing be has waited years, with a grei!
many, and further ioflu'jrcnce other than the low will '
allow, cannot be'gtven. it' settlement is dm mnde in tho
present or enuiig i,ufli. . J. W. IlAMFTON
Jan. 3, 1S30. '
11 tr.
WtvYTivwU' Tot ttac Wcic.
The following is an extract from a fbrihcofnm i ,-t
of Dr. Petri, thediscoveier of the Celubratul ""v
table Anti-Bilious Tills." ' " :" : .... "-' "
Health,; wealtb, and enjoyment, aro the t).-,
prime objects' of lite. The two former are only m,",hx
as a means to obtwin the latter. - Man seeks tur
a a means of enjoyment. But vain it ,uch
without the pi'tssesaion of health. Without boilily ,, '.'
and strength, neither the physical nor the tnenul-nj
ther the inner nhjf the outward man in capably ol lir
achieveiiicttt, whether of wealth or of enjoytocnti
Meni sans in corp tre sane a sound mind to , unl
body is the jins qua non the absolute reijmmte
any efficient effort in the attainment of human eiid&!
Tile mind may be active, but if tlic body be feeble, th
is tiiemmd aelivee little purpose-njoymcnl 0.4"
there and the finest laid plans ere Tendered ainl)e
y ne'itaereo;'WHew 01 ,ur luiiemeni o clay. 1
,, But say that a man could obtain wealth thai be cJ
acquire the gold of Ophir, and biing home all the tnt.
sure ttf tlie mines of Gulconda, yet wilhoat halik
where would bo his happiness! lie woiild be luwn,
ble in the midst of his gold and bis diamonds; bet,
pine away in. wretchedness and rienpair; aud be wani"
exclaim with the wise man of old, All is van,ty ,
vexation of spirit !" His limbs are racked wuh :,.
and he cannot rest f-his appetite ia gone, and lie. kwta,...
"bia.foodi his rtnniaeh is oppressed with nausea. and i
- turnssipkeningaway atthebodnliesof aniuniuceinPro.:
videuce.' 7 He would give all he w wonh-nay, ft,
l world.if he had il-forthepoor,but hea'tliy inan'sappet.t
, l "Please give me," rtid hungry wrctch.tosvrojlth.,.
feeble man " Please give me sixpence to buy me ,
i morsel ot tool j J am almost starved t , - . -, v
" I would give a thousand dollars: for your Uppeti'.e.'
said the rich man, is he handed the hungry one a dollar,
UfAijuuch-importance ia.hfiaJthJoj.lie CDjuyjucn
of life!'-. ' ' .. ',-':''.. -.. "
"Tlar Whemii, metinkjrt hear the cudcr 6VS
serve this homily joii so plain and hacknied a subject!
Do we not all know the value of health! Do as ant
all atioiMfWit as one of the chif, if not tli cluoijt
CQiiccrns of our amrtal existence 1 Do we not eoipU
the meaps to attain and preserve it 1 Do we nut ia
out money do. we notjee physicians do we outMLi
their advice do we not swallow hvif preecriptwruii
-Trda-rmosl fruiTgvllTB rpfferTiTwtt dvst tVt tbiorj,
we dare aiy, and more. Sull,. we cannot believeiw
homily on health to be altogether unnecessary. iU j,
morals, so in physic is it requisite to have u line t(Mi
line, and precept jon jirecept - Men in healtii fo-
that they may be sick ; and men iu sWkuess do noui!
wavsemulov tha most ludicious means to attain hcuiib.
j, Very tnte.'JKittor men do not as you say, altji
1 pursuo Uie right jrpad to health, . jNuW, I know ol .
t people who are always doling themselves with phjttc,
I and running to the doctors and apothecaries every day
ot thoir lives. . 1 bey take, I verily believe, a cart m
of drugs In a year, and yet they are not well after ill
, Do you know J.he reason ! . ; '
Why, yes,' in my opinion, there are two reason. In
-the first place, they lake too much medicine, and is tin
second, they do hot take the n;ht kind. : 1 used to nuk
J the same jnisuike. But lately that is to say fuf U.
i.or tliree year past I've ti'14 upou a better plan, jute
1 Dr. Peters' Vegetable Bilious' Fills, and I derive otn
ocnehtjrom one dot. irjojd yuuiJa lhcuvt-h4iilxiui
payingTifty in any former pursuit of benlth, besidw
ving a world of pausea auddisgusl in swallowing m en
ormous quantity of medicines. Dy you know Dr. Peters!
Very well.
" And have yon ever taken his rjicdicine !"
M I hae I wore a blockhead elso
. 'They tell me he is none of your quacks, who us
deruike to mend and regulate the' human machine,
wunuui so mucn as snowing 01 wnnt pans 11 ctmsisu,
stands anatomy and phvsiolfliry, I think you call tliem;
atii jijwiftmuiaiL.KitLbtJiny a 1 li-
with the roadto railL" . . . .. ..v.. .j. .
voted himseit to the studv ot tho human txaioe, aini tii
diseases to which it is suojeet, and mtw be m ppljit
his acquisition to the relief of suffering huiiatiitf
He dues, not put forth the absurd claim so often
(vinced by the..inventoftpf.palenk.fostruma nauI..
"hliat br curing all disease with a single ptescriptioa!
oueti a pretence he- would dectn'about asdimcuitt
swallow, as to take the nostrums of those who put it
fortli. Titers is no such medicine. There iaool.tiw
never, was, a panacea Utr all diseaceS. -The bstu--
Bii.ioi a pills pretend to no such miracle. ' But wtat
is iiiBni'ely better, iheycllect wiiatever they nnderta..
Tht-y keop the word of promise to tte stomach, atid
prima via which they make to the ear and eve.
-And that indeed is no slight recommendation.
are the complaints low Inch these Pills arc adapted ft
nor far between. - The disorders arising from a wm
elate of the Bile are, unfortunately, many, distressing,
and fatal. A lar'giL proportion of all tLe fevert, ear-.'
cially at the South and iu the marshy district?,
owing to this cause, from tlie distressing ague and f
ver, which ahnobt shakes asunder life and limb, to tfee
fearful " Yellow Jack," which seldom quits bis victim
without asdniering soul and body as he takes b-tlctv&L
C"onyersanUxyro. his previous pwetice, with dist
in all its tormi.-whrch origtnntrs of the disorder of the
Bile. Dr. lort was hjt Ted to employ hi kdt. lcY
and experience in the nrenarmioa of a medicine aluf
should prure efficaciuua iu this large class of dise.v
wiiicwsiwortfaticfltd'retiewtm! actitflg ana otttjiw
and restore the aaoseated and loji thing sloroach, at tf
same time that it prevented those more fatal eft-
which are so apt to follow from their imprudent ticgl;
"Fof this purptse tie prepared, 'with mfich care and
just adaptation to . tbo purpose, tin) Vegetable Bi!"-
Pills, winch lie U happy to say, from long txpertencs
andlhesbundant tesiiinony ofthotse wbo htve einpU1)
tliein have answered, more than answered biin,a
It is not his own mere ijurtu.n that vou are t- "
opon to believe. It is not tlie ipsw dixit of taj
man thougb he was as great aa Galen or lliriW1'
"-that you are. Jo pin- your feitb-upoii.i-lBC,"Jf'
thou!i it is said irrtlieceacred volume that "by"
mouth of two or three witnesses shall all tiling
lablished are yiw to believe in so smell nll'n
only ! ' A cloud of, witnesKCs" is before yon.'
sre too,Buinerwis to be-eatly overlooked p tbey re
intelligent to bo carelessly heard ; they are too fiH!C.
tuble to tie slightly regarded. " , "v ' ' " .
Believing the spontaneous-testimony of tlw8
expeytence U the bcai of the truth they assert -Peters
h thrown together In the following P01
few or the many bumliedsof teMiiHonialsroucivsd''1
every quatior when bis pills have come into use, - J "!
are leit 10 f ieak for themselves. They are the ww
of those who "sppak what tbey do know, aud tcti.7
what they have seen and eipfrieuced." ,
; fr Be careful and enqnire for Peters' V'geta ble t
they are sold in Salisbury by John Murphy; in Lex"'-" '
by J. P. Mabry ; and m Charlotte by Williams
uf w hom they can be bad at the S.jriheW
1 IK SICK. arnYnll taking this wonderful
dk ine which 'is RstiHiibhin.' Lofoje, anu
rira with its ought cures. - ' . n
ForSHb at the IWOilice, F.Wrw. vai"
eovatytS, C.i ' , '
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