The fi "srving beautiful !
not. Em . was sunk' (I liietA
written by V. C. Dry-
f'trutum in New York, in
Cummeinorlin of the tinujf uraiinn up trie brut t'rMii
dcm (Gen. ashington,) of Uuiud titata, April.
Creat were the h'r!, anil efrnnjj the mind
Of timm wtB) framed, ui high (it-bat,'
' Tbe iuimorul league of love which binds
Our fair, broad Empire, State wiU'.Siate.
And tie billowed be Ike hoor,
When, the auspiciou work wat dime, 1
fa solemn trnst, the f word of power
, V givep to Glory's unspoiled Km. "
. That noble race if gone : the tuna H
Of fifty years have risen snd set;
Put the bright links Uiose chosen ones
'- So wrongly forged, ire brighter yet.
VVide l oar wn free rce increase
Wide aha II extend the elastic chain,
Arsl bold m everlasting peace ' .
fcute after Bute, a mighty train.
, THE BACnELOH'8 WLILOQUT.
'To marry or not to marry ; lint' ia lfie question.
Whether 'tie nobler in the mind, to aoticr
The want a nd miseries of a 1niely bachelor,',
' Or to declare against Ihese veiling evil, - -.
" And, by marrying, end Iheinl To Jove to wed
No more; and, by thie act, to say'we end
The beait ache, and the" tnotMand other ill
-The lover k heir lo; 'tie a consummation
, Devoitly to be wished. , To Jove to wed ; '
To wed per In pa a rJ Ay. there' the rub;
, Foe in our twrfi " may fittim.
Wbeo we've renounced our eingle blessedness,
Must give ua pause, i hi u the Hung, .
-' Tbat-mako calamity of married life..
For who would' bear this sows and jests of girls,
' The beau'a contempt, old womau's contumely, '
The mmery of steeples nighu and sighing days,
That be who want t wife ' dMimed to auiTr, -
r "" IVheo deliverance Blight to jiiickly gain'' V
Jif bare weJding I who would wifei.-nB be j -And
pine and murmur iq a iiii(le lif,
Hot that the drpid of awoethinji A'f warriage
The nwliacovered cooptry from wije buurno
No traveller retorne, puzl" the will,
And makee ua rathor War tho il! we hno,
Thao fly to ottierrthtrt we Imoirniit off---
Tbuaacolding wive make coward of ua all i
" And tlioaour natural love of makitij materia,
.1 damped end frozen by the (ear of vi;
a And eiany I heo-peoked huJiamra paiua do arn w,
- Toahmi the faUtatep which romca nti
Aod.Uiu we go unmarried.
A Jivrjrce. haijn ij
Ebenrznr Cobb, and hie wile. Mary liucon. 1 he
' Colonel i on Hie wrong aide of filty, while the
bride La but jitet paeaed trie right aide of twenty.
. U' hereupon orm-body perpetrate those lino ; ,
' "T Z" For tk'w divorce, ihe eni'jr'courM' "" ' : '
Tbat wieely could be taken, ' ' ,
Fair Mary aued the cane waa proved,
And thu ahe aavod her Haoon I ' t
' - Cafl any blame the youthful dame, -
i Who jv the court ekibl ' Ir -' ';
-r- J.VJmn. til jUajottt-aahelUidL anigJint!,,.,., ,
twy who could keep Uie Coaa J.
''' - - i . " " - ' . "'
: Adocrlittwxnt Extraordinary.- An Engliah pa-
oer conUitia the folloitiit eoriou advertnnniiit :
1 JoJii w'JJ. FoLfiv jbillipiojLwiWiUJfi-Ilutsj.
thind. Bhe II tnmlj' buirt, ttemle hrmi-d, i
(Irive team, nd-wouW nwer uf at out able
. . - pien, that can hold tiyM rem ( br alio i hard
southed, end head atrong J but if properly niui.a-
rod, would either lead or drive lame aa 't rnb
bit. BUe now audlhenr if out watched, will niake
p falae tep. Her huUnd parta with her Wuiiar
hj i entirely loo much for iimi." . She ia deck
iedly tbf butter bait," , -r---
niirlil, Jeruab T INo, you ahau I du no wtc
. " itig. "T dofiT-wanCy oil mr your tfMppan?i Uo-
hen." "P rliaD tou dw nt eiacilv. Ajtulriand
'oliaii I aidl" " Yesi I did.v You asked me if you
piigiitni e ni num. " y, no 1 uiuu 1 1 wuy
' I wish you would give me that gold ring on
(if it reaerebiea the duration of my love tor you
it ha no end. ;" txcuae me, ir,', said ahe, 1
choose to keep it, for it i likewise 'eniblfmutical
- f mine lor you it nat no wgmnmg.-
M I meant to have told you of thnt hnle,n auid
0 Irishman to Ins f 11 id who Waa walking with
bim in bi gHrdcrt, and stutnWd into a pit full of
' water. No matter, say Fat, blowing the mud
grid water out of hia mouth, u 1 ve fund iu"-1
A rhitadelphia Eilitor remarka, to show the
manner in which. ihey .tnaka alurt ill lbalfity
that lie bad ami niado a few week ao, nml after
- faulting one on at night,- he foqnrt" htm'lr tHkt
roorutlig crawling out orxvrtn ine arirrara.
A LEGAL QUESTION..
Don't cry for alap, if ahe angry withdr w.
You know, my irmr child, $k ' your mother-in-law,'
Yai baoa. that 1 km)." litlte-Emllv said;
V But, dear papa, why wa lht law ever made V
A man in Mamachaaetla waa lately presented
by hia wife on Thutikgiviiig duy, with three little
boy.- llrtdVl be good reajoato Iw.thaukfal that
rahat luere wawixnipre 01. tnem j
a a 1 I 1 1 1 .1 .
eight. . Jim married woman ought ever to he seen
by her busUnn Wiihoiawmng. hair, or aoikrj
gown, naiHiiierqnietor couar. --. -
" I aay, itraftger.you'ie drunk."
Drunk enough ; and bave been ao rwry day
,1 iu. itttn im. h. Rtu linilhitr ami I um sniunui.J
nd carciesn ia ner cnarma, win . wrns-n ne poblcyj bul rnsn rivate trial be baa made withers
.spoot ut bet; biialiiinuV Jd J. char iuks. ui.hu Uw whwh are now on the Tori, and rwrnmy witheom
'in the UmpeWe for;l.4.AM41m
. , . j 1 -; -;-., -',-'w-'7sit7nosiTn-nanr, and ranitom, Wiat are of the run- 1
inc lecture, and I live aamulea of intemperance. , Kij p.- k.- - 4. 1
-A'e ffoof f Hftctmlility A-ywmg woman
brought before Ihe ltoston police, allej;iHl in do-
fcnea of her reepeotability tliat alio wa apqurnlcrJnjrMrt u,e Soutli. $-Jl,(.J aside, in 7 mm. and 37 see ;
with 'all the lawyers in New York. Site waa' which he won with considerable eclat, and which rin-
jnstantly committed lor sit months.
, ... ,!
. Two Irishmen ewng Ihmugh U Alhnma, one of
them asked man by the road side how ninny miles
it waa Io London, to which be replied twenty. j
Arrmh," aaid one of them, we aliall not reach
London to-night.1 Pooh," ay a the other, " come
along, it ia but tn nutVi opierc ."
-A turn hutbas the bot diviuity, a, go4 life the
beat philosophy, a clear conscience lire Jjest law,
honest v the beat policy, anu teuipfcrtuce tho best
'nbyaio' . ... '
Good liquor aod hkndsoroe women are' very
, isgronble poieonav . -
BOLT IN (3 CLOTHS.
HA VE on hin'l. arul in;-nl k.H-ti nj a aupr.'v of the
Anchor Stamp Bolting Cloths,
CompriiiiiiJ all the various No, us. d in this fsrtfHi of
eoiiiitfy Wilt-re all who wish the article cm be.stip-
plied in quantities to suit piircrniFers, arm on reasuusmo
Wool Wire for ScrcL-tiR, S.lteiH, 4c, kept constant
ly on htid,
IIALU OL Jllll.VCTW.S,
".-. J rwr or UAt mim mT. ,
Fayetteville, May 17, 18;i'J. H .
IF ypu don't come .and. aettle with u by the lUth of
June, weBVt auredlv will give your accounif to
D. Kerne, or awne other ofli er; The brui, aa bereu(
lore enintrd, m abuut to cloxe, and aettleuieni mutt be
made. ' (r we will oo ahkao.
I .'AIR eh pre will be given for 'Negrrjee. -Apply
at Major Wui. I). Crawford' Hotel, Salisbury,
May 17, im:
O. 5. & C - V7S dm I
have iut reveiAd a 1RJE and FRESH euj.ply of
I) ye Stuff i,' Oil; Brvuhti,
Cigar; Tobacco, Suuf,
Irmuii iyrup, -
Patent Moilecinea, Spipita of" Turpentine, freah Rice,
Swaim'i and Houck's Panacea,
SUrch. Soatm, Candlca, GlamvWare, Perfomoai A-0.
; -AL.SO,- . ,
varum kindi of VVinfea, and Spirit for Medical pur
pneoa; all of which wilt be aold low tut tuth,Ut on
litne to puHCtuut cuttomtlt.
Saliahory, May HID 3"j:tf,.
t.'ICA.MISi:il by Ihe AMCItlCAT
The Champion of America, Winner
... ;0F.T1JE.G11EAX MATCH RACE.1.4
The I'orlh nsaiiiKl lite South,
. HtLIMO Awoa. - .
rpllE tliorougb-bred uurae, MTlI.bred by CoL Wade
I Hampton, of South Carolina, will make hi firrt,
Season at Salishnry and Concord, (ilividiug hi time
'fquany'Coiiiriiweiiiir on the-4&th-Mrth, aod termi-
ntiii(r on the I3th of July. . '
TKHMS rJO, if peat within Ihe season, otherwise
if, wilt be chaigud ( ajnid to iiwure, the money to be.
imid m mum aa it m aacuruined the Mare u tu lotl, or
nd f4 ith gramaf3Vl"chiii V)T
wttte furnithad thoaeihar wisti it; jgrat iefyijiit, ftj fto "
msunce wm t do refOonaiDie lor accuiont or escaue.
-- . 8.- W. LO.Nti.
I CERTIFY, that Lam wa bred by me, and ilxt
ho was dm Wed in the S'lrinir of 1$). lie waa sol bv
GudululM.av.iitii,4am, Pucataaniaavha Vr Alhy; h gratv
datn, TOung Ivotu-ry, also by Mr Archy, out of Lionel
oilicletou celt'bratiiliAiU:rfkbi tho ltntjurted BttllurdL.
out of the' imported mare Auvillma; Gudolphiu" .,
.it trv rciipae; ma asm pyipn, by tia-uiit-stion. out of
jittery by imported Btl lord. A.C. Ha-phcvtion was
:...r-. t:-t. i...r ft....... i ..... . . .i A - r t-: -
I'J UI 4UiMl(TO VUAftdru, Mil VI. Ul USUI UI cir
LATJJ 1 a fine bay, without white, IS hand 3
Joochuahigh. with jrood bona. and capital ac lum.-At--
year old, he won the produce stake at Milumoia, 2 mile .
heats, besting Mr. 'I ay lor' filly, Daisy, and Captain '
Npann a colt, t oovention, nine other paying forfeit.
Two week afterwards, be wou the Jockey-CJub purse,
8 utile heats, at Augusta, beating Kite, and distancing
Kluck Uird At Uiarleston, he wa beaten by Hud
lluupcr tor the Juckey-Club purse, 3 nulo heats-; bring
ery much amiss, he was drawn alter Ht first bt
At 4 yeara old, he won lbs Jockey-Club purse, 4 mile
heats, at Camden, bt-aling Sir K. nnelli and J)irbi-lla,
at 3 Los Us losing the first, in cNisjueiio of bolting
when severiil leuhs in advance ol the held, jn,t before
he reacheif the jinlL'e'a stand, and settlor cntani'lt-d
amongn -carrauva, ho swsUmed en -Hj4fy--wntcfi
ucrasHHml tin wiliulrawa( from 111 lurt
LA I II was a race horse of the nrst class, winch be
evinced m hia trials with Buy Maria, Charlotte R ie,
and Kilty I loth, and In point of bloul, bo w I0trsr to
Bone, whether imported or native. Hi coiislittitHm ia
robust, having never been sick, aud his temper good.
Hi colour, lorin, and action, speak fur themselves. In
word, Laih unite hi himself a many claiiua to' public
patronage, a any young Stallion that I know.
From the above certificsle of Col. Hampton. w!
4 brvd auu rta4 m 1 11 tranwt tor Hie-1 erf. rt wtf I be seen
2x1,1 jrniu 1. - -.
.tllL hfl mr..m.KRt Jew of Um.lira.cl,tJHW asrernUsaai answered kmmJlm
not only from the rac bo haa meiiiione! a having run p-uioeexDtcUlion.
si.lerable success. ' If will also be observed by bis Cer-
iificate, that haonmndnred Lath of Uie purest blood :-
ma to be' aurpasseit by any horse imported or native. r
I emisiiliii it mil in Is iiiiwi'Wi ri Io attempt t" eoltv
gise Lath, either for his performances un tho Turf or
aa to hia blood, since ia every rcsDeot he is so well at-
j feeted. Bin will remark, that Lath has not only de-
nine blond. For instance, hia sire Godolphin. made bi
fimr milos ia 7 miniitea and W secotidt; hi grjndaue.
trie Amorican txiijsie, so well known at the Iorth and
South, made hi time in the great match race, Uie North
ed hun the menuirable name of the Champion f the
North; his dam, waa sired by the renowned Sir Archy,
whose mputstion -ia a racer, icTaUnda nqiiestioord
both in Englaad and Ameiwa. The gtandam of Ijth,
'"d Littery, bred by the .great Ssiihern Amateur of
boraea, Col. R. Hinjflelon, of South Carolina, haa
duced mor Vine race horse than any uher mar in -the
Union. Thu it will be -seen that there is muted in -lath
two of the best studs of the South, Hampton's and
SiniU'lon'a, rroMd with Gen. CoWof the Norths .
' The pubTicis nnwFpreafnfed wWi siicTiah" opisirtum
ly of improving Uie blond, of lhal nobte and useful ani
mal, Uie horae, as very rarely occurs in this section of
country. . ' R. W. L -
VaTtas lor sae Wte.
The Liiovt iog ia an extract from a torthftmiiitg work
of Dr. PetM the diacoverer of tbe eeietraled " V cge
table AnU-Bitwoe Fflle-
Umltii,- wealth, and eejovmeot, er IM W
prime obiccie of lite. The two funoer are only euouM
as a mean to obum the latt'-r. Mao woalih
aa a wean of euj!,'t. Bit va,a aoth pumiil
.wil'maUlu; yrrry.'" Without ut'iyyv
a nil at rPnj,nii, iwaiier"ThTpny . xSiHOt tirmWUl- -ther
tlie inner nir ttie outward man capable ol aoy
achievement, wh- Uier of wealth or of enytoent.
.Wriia tana m corjvre jao e eoond trnod id a aounj
body i Uie site que noe the aUolute rrtjuuite-fof
any efficient eflirt ih the atumroeot rf Human etd
The mind may be active, but if Uie body be feeble then
h the mind active to little purpose. Enjoyment la not
there; and the fineai laid piau are rendered ebotuve
by tho shattered condition of our tenement of clay
But ear that a man owld obtain wealth that beoW
acquire the gold of Otir, and bring Iwme all Uie trea
aure of the mmea of Oolconda, yet without health,
whre would be bia bappioeeiL-Jle Would be njier4
ble in the mid of bigokland his Oiamrioda; he would
pine awav in wreuliednet aod dec pair; aou he would
exclaim with the wwe manoi oio, -. m
,,f nint!" Ilia TimtM are racked with paio,
aod be cannot rwt ; his appetite at gone, and he loathea
biifood; bia Btnoiach 1 oppressed will) nausea, ana ne
turns sickening away at the bounties of a mun.Ccenl Fro
vidence. He would give all he is worth nay, all the
world.ifhehsd it-forUiepuor.buthea'lhy man sappetite.
-Please ffiveme." said a hungry wretcd,toa wealtny,
feeble nian I'loase give me sixpence to buy me a
lorael bf (wd ; I aril almost starved V. -
H I would give a thousand dtdlars for your appetite,
id the rich man, as he handed the hungry one a dollar.
Of au much uuporiaji&i 1 health to the enjoyment
,S lif( .
Bui whereto, melhinka I beat the reader ask, aut-
HHrvos Una bomily on ao plain aod backuted a subject !
IK, w nt all luwH-Uie saiue ol healin ! uo we not
II attend to it a oue of tiie chief, if not the tbieto
cuuberua of our aortal extttence ! Uo we not employ
ie' means 10 attain and preset ve it ! Do we not lay
oct inoner do we not feephvkiaurdO we not M(pw
Oifir adviee do we not swaUuw uteu oreaenpuona 1
True ijKW true - gentle rerfer. thou doat all things,
we dare aiv. and more. Still, we cannot believe our
hmmlrnn heetth to be aWM-iuiecesary. Aa u
wrahv4 ib pbyiie-i HUta to iuw pou
line, and precept upon precept. aieo in nesim lorgin
that thev ma v he aicki and men in aicknesu do not all
wiivaeintdov tlto mwl nudoit mean to attain hca Ith.
oortuie Uie ru'lit road 10 ueeiio. iVww, 1 auuw ui n
poopfe who are always doling themselves with pbysk,
and running to the doctoni and apothecaries every day
of ibeir live They lake, I verity believe, a cart load
of drag in a year, aod yet they are not well aflr all.
(10 you know tue reiuuo ! -
Whv, ves. in inv opinion, there axe two reasons.' In
the first alter, thev lake too much medicine, and in the
second, ibey do not Uke the nht kind..-1 used to make
the same wuiuke. But lately tbat ts to say for two
orjJiite jeara fift-l!j!?AlLuaM0.! JMit
Dr. t'eters VegKtahlo B.Impus fills, and I derive more
benefit from one doh'ar lad out io tliem, than 1 used io
paying b,tty in any former Durwiu 01 neaiin, oemoea sa
ving a world of nausea-and dWust in awallow-ir? an eit-
tuael wsdiamsai iiu u tuuw llr, relerat
Very well. - r ; .-
And have yon ever ni'ti ni menicine :
W, tsms II , L ..Mm i.
'V'J'liey lull-loe 10 IS MMMf your quack, who
dertake ia mend and regulate the human machine,
witlKHlt soumcb, aa knowing ot waal part It consists,
and bow they are put toft-uier. They say b under
ttaniti anatomy and ptijsiology, I think you call llieoi;
aod ia aa fVuuliar with botany and cbemistry aa 1
with the road to null." '
M You ate richt informed. - Dr. Peter i no empiric
HiCiiKHJ'i'fAlthAthAieaiiU uislwiiaiij, 1 HratKactte; Reiamrin-Tr-inpeTXrii -He,
was rwgul-irly bred wthf' 1iirnavilter-MUik
spent yeara in IbeacquiaiUunof knowledge; bahasde-
ynted himsrlt to the siody of ihe human ltamraivd"the'jgufftatitene:jr'twj
dtSeaaea to Which it W surijrq 'and ho lie is apply kg
bis acquwiliona to ttie rcliet 01 surK-nnj humanity.
lis does nut put loAU the absurd claim so wiu-n ad
vanred b the inventors' of nateot nostrums namely.
thai of curing atl liisease with a iunglo pi'eacriptionT
Such a pretence be-would deem about aa difficult to
awalluw, aa to Uks tlie ouauruioa of Umee who put it
never was, a panacea tur all diseases, ihe vaumrtaua
su.iois riixa pretend to no such miracle. H it what
is mflin'ely belter, they eflect whatever they undertake.
They keep the word of promise to tbe (touiach, aod Uie
prima am which Uiey make to tbe ear and eve.
And that indei-d n no aiiahl recommcndalioa. Nor
are the complaints to which Iheae Pills are adapted few
nor tar between. Ihe liiaorder arising from luortml
state of Uie B1I0 ere, nnfeartunatcly. many, daitressins
nd fatal. A lave; propnvtKin of all tt.e lever, espe
qially at the twutii and m Uie marsliy diticts, are
owing to this cause, fou l'i- riisir'n)g ague and f?
vi-r, which sliiv-jij ,.Kir ii- s-!if i.m l'i tiie
ientul "Vtitow Tuc," wi.ic?i seldoia euT'j Ti" vieirin
witth-Hit awrnftermf mt a fcaryarneakesiiisivayerforearitur Biseagea.-, Scarry; Ulcers," and "InvpTera'te""
Conversaut frwn hi prvioaa pnciice, with dasrase, I stores, by Uie Krfoct Nrity which these Ufe Pills pivs '
in all its thrin 1, wmch oigirauk ol" ihe disorder of the
.1- 1V I 1 J . . . I 1 1 t I
Bile, Dr. Peters was tin-l led to employ his knowledire
and expenencw in tbe prepantRm uf a medicine wbicb
sliouid prove efficacBMS to U11 large clasa of dweasrs,
which should should relieve the aching and duly head,
and restore the nauseated and loathing sUauach, at the
swine time that it prevented those mure fatal etlevts
which am so apt to kilUiW from their tmprudutl neglect
For thw purpose be prepared, with much care and a
just adspuitiun to Uie purpose, the Vegetable Biiwo
Pills, which he m happy aay frooj .fong jupwienee
trtil llaaa saKiinilaat fisai: niiriliaT nfttiraaa ? tw.w J... J
It i not hi own. nm aaaertkm ..that .yon are called
upno to believe, ll is not the ipse dixit of any single
man though be waa as greet a Galea or Hippocrates
ttut yon are to pin your fuh upon. . Neither al-thmtyti-it
iasatd m the eaerrd rolitne thi;, "tjy
moutn 01 two or tnree wiuietae abau all thing be es
tablisttcd" are you to believe in ao qjU a'number
only! w. clood of aitnesHis" is bfor you. Thev
are ton numerous to be easily overlooked ; they are too
-intelligent to be trelewify''tnaTtfhcjf x too renpei,
uui 10 oe iumiy regaraeo. -. -
Believing the apouUax testimony of tho whose
eapenence la the besi of Uie truth they assert. Dr.
Peters has thrown together in the following pages, a
few of Ui many bundled of teetuooaial received from
every quarter w hen his mils have come into use. Tbey
are left to apeak tor themselte. They ar tho worda
of thnae who "speak what Utey do know, and testify
Bibs! lh hss memn nA a Tir m.w H . i .
OCT Be careful and enquire lor Peters' VteUble Pill.
uK-jaivwiu in oansouTT ny Joan Jienwiy; iq urainrti
k. I u n-i . J t'i. 1.-'. I . .
I. I I . I . I. I . I . . . "
Mabry ; and in Charlotte by William t R sJ,
1 they can be had at Uie N. York wUilrU b,
August 30, IrvRJ.- : y
rpHK LIFF. GIVING PILLS AND, PIICENIX
" 111 1 1 r,ti, so a-iebrated, and so aaocn need by
the sfflicted in every part of the country, is now re-
ceucu wuu io saw 17 uie cvioscriber
- " CRESS t ROGER, Agents,
P. S.. See adTtrUsctncm. AjJ 4, 39 q
' A CONTRAST. . V
VLL ntion, rrmh the rtTiifttest Bjea. have bad ships,
but I'ulimilius on!y f'lund out Ihe way to America.
Bet rt; tde time ol the ijrejl Sfjanmh na curator, pfnjple
t en onlv enab!-d to paddle about the slnire. JuM so
with" llie' Lie MrdiCioVa. -ll i but two 'hoft year
jice I 8rt ventured upon an unknown ocean, and I
",,vi rd lb prrcKHi objct I waa in search of--
' i YiVftafie oiedicine were .indued known
.. .. ii i caiui-'Kod my aeaah, but their use waa not
U the ue ol them, I ie iwt oidy panwd from til
!. i.i trd mvaiid, to the bal; hearty and activ man of .
... 1-(.ii-pratiely peakin, I have renewed
L'i-ii I tu (hue, was confidence in my owu ex-
f-ii.-nce, edviae with n.y U-r.rnr
rmtr wnt proof that Uie VEtitTAULE LIFE MEv
D1C1.NE.J are auilable tojii own caee! 1 baveon file
t mr otRce. 3C7. Broadwavi humlreaa of h ttera, iroia
some of the nxut repecuble cititen of thi my naUve
land, voluntarily olfrred in teatimony or the virtue oi
A tiOOD VEGETABLE MEDICINE.
P.-rwiAM wtvwe oawtHutinoa have been nearly rutnro
br;the "aJI iufalbble" mmeraj prcparatiotia of the day,
Will bear me witness, that the uie Aleoicirwa, anu
, . JOHN ilOffAi. j
General rtmarU rtlatipt to. Moaft Life PiUt
and Phctnix Bittrrt.
These medicine have iwng been known and appre
ted. for their extraordinary and immediate power
of restoring perfect heajth, to persorm ufTnng under
nearly every kind of .disease to which uie nuuua iramo
liable. . '
In wany hundred of certificated instance, they bave
even rescued sufferer from the very verge of an un-
Inuely grave, alter all ..lhe-deceptive;-noilrUDl of . Ihe..
day had tterry tailed; and to many uiousanus uiey
have Derma nnt secured that uniform enK'Vineni 01
health. wiWfUt Villifh itHi hut partial blear
ting. So great, indeed., haa their efficacy, invanaoiy
and infjUiblV proved, that it has appeared scarcely lee
Ulan miraculOiia to those wno were unacquainieu wiui
th beautifully philosophical principle upon which
they re cbuipOuuded, nd upon which tliey consequent
ly act. It waato their manifest aud sensible action in
Dunfvinir the aVirmcs and channel of life, and en
dowing tbein with renewed tone and vigor, that Uiry
were indebted lorvieii name, wnicn was ueswweu up
on theinat tliespoohineoas request of several individual
whose live they haye obviously saved.
The nfiiorietor reioiee t the- oooortunity-- afforded -
by tbe universal diffusion ot the daily press, for placing
hi VEGETABLE Lite PILLS within the knowledge
nd reach of every individual in the coinmunity. : Ln-
like the host of pernicjow qjiajueriea,..iucii .noav .oi
vegeuble iueredicnU, Uie Life Pill are purely and
sfcy tfgeiallf, aud contain neither Mercury; Anti
mony, Arsenic i nor any oUief -mineral, in any form
whatever.-"Tfcey are entirely composed ciTexMcU
from rare and powerful plants, thevi'tuea or wnicn,
though long known to several Indian tribes, and receul
ly to some eminenr pliarmaceutical chemists, are alto
science ; and were never before admiuUUred in to hap
pily efficaciou. a combination. i -
Tfceir first operation is tohsiseo from tliteoataof the -.stuuucblaad.i)
tie eotistantlv settliug around them;1 and to remove .
the hardened fiece which collect in the coovolutionsof
the small iutcstines. Other medicine Only partially
cleaiuw these, and lea ye such collected nikiwe behind,
aa to produce habitual costivebess, with all its train of -evils,
or sudden dmrrhM,. with 1U imminent dangers.
This fact is well known to all regular anatomists, who
examine Uie human boweli after death: and hence the
prejudice of these well informed men against tbe-quack
1 . .ni j..r......fii.. ul'CP
utMOtcines of rite age. . 1 uoaecouu sureiu mo scuu-
TABl U' PlLWJto
UieJadder, and by li is meaTnaTtheTrvvf antTtlTe lungs,
lit hesltiiful action of which entire! vdeOend UDonUlO
regularity of the urinary organs. The. blood, which
take it red color from Uie agency of the liver and the
lunga before it passe Into the heart, beingthus purinwd
by thern and nourished' by fooJioTnuig iriSiTa'cloaff
stomach, course freely through Uie veins, renews eve-
VHIam Anil IriiumihAnttn Muiiiiitd'rha hsn.
OMot JwUls-Mt tWliTworuiHif ehsoL ,i
1 na louowinc are amonir tho dislreasine variety 1
boman dtseasew, to which Uie Vegetable Life Fill are
well known to be infallible :
DyiprvtU, by thoroughly cleansinjf the first and e-
cond sUMnachs, and cresting s flow of pure healthy bile,"
lruneau oi ueaiaiaana acrid tundt Utulefn;ylTel.
ptUtmo of the Heart. Los of Aooeiito. Heart-buriL and
Dyspepsia. Will vanish, aa a natural conseauonee of lu '
us luieMiue wun a solvent process, and without vio
lence, all violent purgealeeve the bowels costive witb-v
in two dayi DiarrliajaTand Cholera." by removing the""."
siuiieu, sou oy promoting uie digestive secretion of the I
mucus membrane. Fever of all kinds, bv restoring -
1 Uie blood to a regnUr circiilstion through which the J
lruecw peroprauon in some cases, and the thorough 1
solution of all intestinal obstructions in others. The
LIFE PILLS have been known to cure Rheumatism
permanently in three week, and Gout in half that time,
by removing, local Inflainuiation from the lunacies and
ligamenU ot the joint. Jjfbpsies of all kinds, by free- -ing
and strenjheomg the kklney and bladder; (bey
opr-te most delightfully on Uvtwe impurUnt organs,"
and hence have ever been found a certain remedy for
the worst cases of Gravet Also, Worms, by dislodging
fron the turning ol the bowel the slimy matter tov '
wlm b thi s creature adhere j Asthma and Consomp
tc ev by r.-:Mring the air esels of the lungs from Uie
fTiucuv, vr.11.11 even aliijnt enlil will occasion, which, if
riotriinWVHl become ftardmH?rnir product? those""
fto-tlw h!l, and all ihe humor 1 Scorbutic Ertmtioiia.
1.1 I, , 1 1 ., . - I .
aud liid Complexions, by their altrraiive effect uoon
the fluids that feed Uie skin, the; mot bid Stale of which '
oectonel! Lropliv omphunbti tfellowrCiowt
other eigrecable toinplexiona The use ot Uiese
PiMsj !r a vsry short time, will effect en entire core of
S.ilf rhvum. Erysipt la and a striking improvement in
tlua C'learnes- of the akin. Common Cold and lufln.
enia, will always bo cured by one dur,or by two, even
in the worst case. Piles, as a remedy f thi most
digressing, and obstinate inaladyf the- Vrgetablr Lrfe x
Pilladestrte a distinct sod emphatic re commemlstion.
k-is-afeu-kntrwiv-to-anndred in thw-cityr thtrthe Fros
prietor of Uiese invaluable Pills, was himself afflicted
with this tKWfihM.m'erde-of tia0y-fiv.jtmrt-and
that be tried in vain very remedy prescribed with
in the whole compass of Uie Materia Medic. ' He, J
however, st length, tried Uie medicine which he now
w'.tl!'r',l.,'ia-B8Jvita CllrTrt ill t very s'sat
time, alter bat recovery had been pronounced not only
HMpivviiuiq, u. mbuiuvcij niiuossiuiu, oy any liunian
meaos. , -, , ,. .... i.
IhrtrJion Fss- f-'se. The IVrwtMnrnf itrmir-
TABLE UFfi PILLS doee nut .follow Uie base and '
m reenary practice of the quacks of tbe day, in sdvi.
s.g perauna to Uke hia Pill in large quantities. No -goi-l
medicine caP possibly be so required These pill
are to be Ukea at bed time every night, for a week or
mrui:gnv according to in obstinacy of Uie disease.
The usual dose is from 2 to 5, according 10 the, coosu
tutioo of the person. Very delicate persona should be
gin with but two, and increase s the nature of the case-
may require : those more robust, ot of very costivs ha.
bit, may begin with 3, and increase to 4, or even 5 Pills.
ana insj wm euecr a suutcienuy nappy Change to guide
the patient in their further use. These Pills vmx-nm.
orcasKW sickness end vomiting, tboush very sehtom. mw
lean ine siomaca js very Jouij- inia, however, may be
conKHiEim iutuib sjmpiom, sa toe patient will
find himself at once relieved, and bv perseverance will
r iwsivtrr.-They usually operate wilhinlO or 13
hours, and never give pain, unless the bowel are rery
much encumbered. Tbey may be Ukos by the most
deltcele females under aay circumstances. It , how
ever, recommended, Uiat Uiose in later perwda of prep,
nancy should Uke but one at a tune, and thuseootmua
u keep the boartla open : and even two may be ukca
tlOll Ol IWO UlUl.?jJi.i Hill l HV j.-1.'- .1 ll
an infant in the folluwiiiir d. -' a ti'-s.m lull ev,-.y
to hours till it operates; fi.r a child from one t.j ..
years of aL'", hall a pill sin! from five to ti-n', one ,
.THE PiKEMX BITTERS, are o calb-d, b.-cn
they p.-ss the jio--verof restoring the evpinnj emU rs
of health, to a glowing vigor lliroiiyhoul the coestitu.
tion, as the Phauix waaui to be restored to life trout
the ashes of its awn dissolution. Tho I'mi-mix Bitter
are entirely vegetable, computed of roots found only in.
certain parts of Uie western country, winch ill inlulli
hly cure Fever and Acue of all kiwis; will.uevul
fail to oradicaleenlfrely ail Ihtj effects' of Jltrcury, iiv,,
finitely soofferViaa the moat powerful preptirattoii of
Sarsaiiarilla. and will iuimediatcly cure the dctcr&una- .
tion ot Blood to the Head; never fiil in the s.cknr-a
incident to youug females: and will be found a certaira
remedy in all casts of uervou debility and weaki.e;
f the uioet impaired Constitutions. A remedy for
Chronic and intlammab)ry Klieuniatism, tbe Cilkacy or1
Uie I'hccnix Bitters will be demonstrated by tho use of
a (ingle bottle. The usual dose of these bitten ia hall
a Wine glass full, io water or wine, and this quantity '
may be taken two or three time a day, about half an
hour before meals, or a leas quantity may be taken at
all .lime. 10 innse wuo are amcicii wttn inaiitation
Bitter Will prove invaluaMrjj tatHty
er reaUy increase the action of the principal viact-
re, help them to perform uicir luoctionavaudenablcthe
stomach to dischargu into the bowels whatever taofll-rK
ive. Thu indigestion is easily and speedily removed,
appetite restored, aud the mouth of Uie absorbent ves.
els being cleansed, nutrition i facilitated, and strength,
of body sod energy of mind ire the happy result..
f or further particular or WOfr'ArS UrE PILLS,
and PPCENLX BITTERS, apply at Mr. Moffat' office.
No. 367 Broadway, New York, where Uie Pill can be
obtained for 25 cents, Hi cents, or tl per box ; and Uie
Bitter lor $1 or 2 per bottle. (T Numerous certi- .
hcateaof Hue wotideiful efficacy of hotb, may he thete '
la some obalinate and complicated case of chronio
ver and Airue, Dyspepsia. Fabry. Pile, inturie trora-
Uie use of Mercury, quinine, and other disease of long
(landing, it may be found necessary to Uke both the '
Lite Pills and the Phisniz Bitters, in the dose before
N. B.Tbese pill and the Bitter will get all mer
cury out of the system infinitely faster than the bent
preparation of tiarsaparilia, and are a certain remedy
for the ruining of blood to the bead, or all violent head
aches, tie douloureux, 4te. All persona who are pre- ft
disposed to apoplexy, palsy, fee, should never be with- -out
tbe Lite Fills or Ihe Bitters, for one dose in time
will save life. They equalize Uie circulation of thai
blood, draw all pressure from the head, restore perspi-
ration, and throw off every impurity by Uie puree oi
, Uie akin. '. ---- - -.- -
. t . . , -
I IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Person uetog the LnV Mediclno7re advised to Ulce
the Pilla at night, in auUiaent nuan titles to operate two-
r Uiree lime on Uie bowel in Uie course of the, next-
day. Also, uke a uble-spoooful of Uie Bitter half an
hour before each meal Foe those of a delicate or en- -
i feebled CMstitution, half the quantity may be sufficient,
fclr French, German, and Spanish directions, can bo
obtained on application at Uie office, 307 Broadway.
DT''A''liberat dedocinmittadc to" thoke Who ftbtchaae
f In Unll .m'n All .....'J !..... .,:n . -' :
diate atteution. ' ;' ; .
The above Medicines maybe had of
Mesarf. Cress & Boger. in this Town,
who are Aengts for the same.
Salisbury, March 2U, 1839. ' 6m
w" r m yvf
4T a mooting of the Board of Commis.
siooeia, thi Uie 6th day of May. l&ftt.
the following Tai waa laid uanmonrtl sub
ject to Corporation Tax, to wit : .... . , .
Oo every 9100 worth of real eatate.
JjTOU every wluia YuMr- .- f -
r On every black, do." . . 1
00 ;-; :
On ftvery Cellar-Doof in the atrecf, 4
U11 every l, ..";.. J
"Un every Blur,
Published by order of the Board.
- r .-. - v --r P n niRrifitpAnTn t'.
H.!i-w .vu a..x2lJi-
tirsTiiEcnviu) XNO rw 'Mi,;'":r :"
65 Bag Coffee, t ' ' - , - . '
14 Hilda. Surrar.
""10flr Keg White Leal
y$l ". Loaf Sugar,
: 40 Pair Smith' Bellow. "
-', 0 do. Vice.
' clo. Anvils, " '.
pt, , 10 Pair Elliptic Sprirtgn, '
, lOO Rsama plain and ruled paper,
- 1 Ceroon Indigo, : , .
50 lb. Turkey red yarn, V
o fatr tlet Anchor Bolting CloUis.
30 Hhda Molasses, :. , - . "
v ..aUNKklSaU, - .
V ". 20 Bbl. Superfine Flour, '
2,000 lbs. Cotton Yfrn, . . -
' V' : ''4.vY.MURPiiy.':
Salisbury, May 2, 1SW. - -
HAVE ijM received sod Joe aahj,V,'.v . . .
i hhda good kiuw. . -V - - -
10 dot Grass Scythes, . A ,
2 dot. finished Rifle Barrels, . .
3,000 lb. Spun Cotton, Salem Factory,
jtni-flOKar iumgUotlisatidScreon-wire ,
Jisbury, April 13, 4L -v---- '- f
V One or. twa
Journeymen Tailors, to wbom g.vsl wages and constant
employiwent will be given.. Nono but those who have
a good knowledge of their buomesrand of straify habrtiV
need apply...-. ...J HORACE II. EEAR1X-A
Salisbury, May 9. TO . ' tf '
a.Aw. Afc'- -lai' -sW-W--- ' :-" HIPaSSf-U'lBW
A- FWT"-R ATE- BARBER, who cah ccflie Well
i V recommended, (none other need annlv.1 can have
constant employ at Ui SALISBURY HOTEL
tttltsoury, April 4, 1D. ., . . .
THE Subscriber, in conformity to. recent inaUncliooJ
' fedived froin Uie North Carolina I , SI slut 1 u am . .
pany, takes this method to inform those interested, that
hores Iter all persona found trttspussing upon the follow
ing Tract of Land, belougiog to said Company, situa
ted in Davidson County, will be prosecuted according
to Uie stria letter of the Law.
- - JOHN WARD, A?ent'
Davidson, April 13, 110. , , u
Tract, No 1 ConUintng fj-rf acresi, lying on the lour
' , mile branch. v ' '
. 2 ConUining 992 acres, lying on tbe ra-
ters of the FUt Swamp.
" 3 Containing1 3.S00 seres, Iving 0.1 Ijck
Crer-fc, Flat Sarnp, sud Yaiikiu River.
" 4 Containing I.ImO, lying on Flat Swamp
1 - 6 Containing filtf. lying on Lck Creck.
. .:. . ' . 7 f :,U!ning 1.412, lying on Flat .4wmp.
6 Cotiuiutng 0K, lymg on Lick Creek..
(I Containing GUI, ly 1112' on Lck Creek,
V 10 Containing 1.H1I7 sere, lying on Lkk
Crock and Flat Swamp.
12 ContaininiT, l,:KVI, lying on Lick Creek.
" 12 Cont .uning 1117, located on tour mile
braruih sod Jacob Cicc!;, adjoining Uie Lead mine.