1, . .. -
- ert"s. V
i U. ..I i;i T-.u t::-t
'Line oiifvr ihhut ramhjm stkimi.
TUB PARTING OF SUMMER.
sT MRU. HfcMAA,
Tlmi'rX bearing hence thy n, .
(ilr.i) Hummer, (faro thee well ! V
Thou'rt einging thy hurt melodies, r
la every wuul aud dell. 4
But in the golden sunset
IM thy last lingering day, " "'
Oil I tell me, o'er Uiw checkered earth
llyw hl thou pawed awsyV' '
Brightly, sweet Rummer, brightly.
Thine hours have (lotted by,
To tli joy una birds of the woodland bough, ;
The. raiger of th aky.,
A ad brightly in the foreat
. To IIiwiJJ deer bounding free,
And brightly midst the garden flowers,
To the trsppy, murmuring bee.
But ho to hnmta bosoms,
With ail their hopes end fenrs
And thought that make them eagle wings
- To pierce the unborn years 1 .
JJweet Summerl to the captive
Thou bast down in burning dream
, Of the woods, with all their hope and leaves,
And Ue blus, rrjoicing stresoi.
Te the wasted end the weary, .;
Oo the bod of sickness bound,
Jn sweet, delicKma-tkiiUaica, -
That changed with every aound. ,
To the aaih on lh billowa,
In longings wild and vain
. For the gushing fount and bree;y bills.
i th homo
Hue of earth again
- And unto me, glad Summer I
ltow hast thou flown to me 1
My cbsmlese footsteps nought have kept
. From thy baunta of sung and glee.
Thou bast down in wayward vision
In memories of the dead; .
il shadows, Iran a troubled heart
. O'er aunny pathway ahod ;
Jn brief and sudden strivings
To fling a weight Sstdet . .
'Midst thetn thy aietodiea have ccasedf
And all thy roses died ( '
Rut ..I. I tltit, VMntla flmnmi), I
........... , ,
If I greet thy flowers once more, -
tying me again thy auoyanef,
VI hrftrith -trtv mm- iJvb U nr
. v V nil song and spirit free;
Or in a purer land than thia
May Our next qwaling bo !
, "row th I'iUJylphia Saturday Courier. '
, j c TUB BELGIAN GIANT.
Mona. J. A. J. Dihia uery appropriately an
nouncod to the public to be a giaut. Hit magnifl
cent organization givee ut son conception of the
siature, carriage, and prodigious muscular power
of the reoowued champion ot tha Philistine army,
of a remote antiquity.- Goliae exceeded rlettft
fttt nine inchet in height" Mmii. Bihin measures
seven loel uin inches. This ia being pretty tall,
however, when it is recollected tbalsjome physiol.
4 girts maintain that the rare is growing shorter.
Mr.J'orler, tlie Kuiiiuck giant the Irish wjdipr.
VTio was licrs i "few unxiiiia ago O'Brien, the ca
If.hrated giant who travellw) through Europe about
lite year 1010, anil uw of the monsters rawad by
corrupt auhlK'rv to tho tbrooo of imperial Rome,
.. saumary mau wuo is tne suUjct of these remarks, I
Hut the aero nut throughout srmmciri-nllv fnrmM
d. Mons. U., on tlm other hand, is admiably oV'
t nlopeu; mete w just enougd or every thing, &tte1
,ti thertglit placo, over the whole extr-ot of his
mighty Irame-work., We do not know whether
iiMrtl t rvf aai t rtfl tt-nai ti. It.t 'Al ...'.Ift.. i.
wiviiii,)! a iv - "i via -Tv us. Jiuiu uijiHUW44 aw wet 3
' og'y l uul, io reguru to I m, repi escuiaiiva frum
JlaUu, all who have aeeo htm will concur iffaav
ii!.h . A. c?!lrn.:ownteuance, aa soll
as y niajjMttic 'if tsofl.
JodtiptiMdWly wt -a br aasst rmlrmw, nnvtvepon
, ', the legs, and a brass phua between Ibe ehouldnre.
i Ins body, that weighed one hundred and eighty.
lime pounds. When we called on Mona. he
, " wore a frock coat that contained fiair yards and a
' lialf of broadclmh. The Pbilisuoe carried a spear
bka a . weaver'a ,beumA tht jia.4 n jrnu tnnh ai
extremity winch weighed twenty-two pounds and
Hi roc quirtors. Mum. 0. raised Mr. June, of the
. Circu, wImi weigha two hundred and Ion pounds,
and is six net lour iuihva tall, from the floor with
. one bund, turned him s..unret, and then qniutly
itrpAiti'd him again on bis fmu He BMurea us
btuwclf that he could hit from the ground eilit
liimdrvd pounds with his Lamia, and could straighten
Lis back, when stooping, under a weight of two uns
He ass horn at Sps, in Ue!gium, Iee. 10, 1S07.
At birth ho has brtn informrd that ha w. ijrted
firenfy-Mjrot"M,and n Rured taiuty five im lies
Hi length, lie at preHBiit weiiie (bree hurKlred
"and leoiy pounds. At twelve yearj tf age he
1 . . ineasurvd fiv feel ten inches and at fourteen he
v.us owr atx feet. I'liliorty Ctunmenced at thirteen.
"T tA round the calf of the leg the girth ia ?i indies j
liie Hugh 2S and the chest &U. By profeaion he
is sa arthitct, but seams mt to havs Uen very
fi-A1'' to4 huisiiesa. Hh 'regard in
iiireiioiogirsi imiicationa, tin head will nrobaW
V : be piiMMuiid, by those who umJersiaud th do-
-" .": I ...1 . - L Hl, ...
oui aciL-ocv, io no wen oaiancca one. . Y e
r - - know noihmg of hi educrUKVlurtbur thaa that
"T . , l' discourses agreeably in French, tH) tulerably
iu English, ctn.ideriiig that it is only about five
, irumtlia suice he srnved io th Ciuted StatOM.. He
i married, but has irt children. Temrance in
eating and dnukiiiK went i have bwn haliituttL
0 Jtoiiilutiiuiog loa inimeiue aie, his parenia, al
. , ; though tall, Moui pimple, are far from bring ginnta,
, and by the mde ut" tbeir l!ircuha sn took like
;. : childreu. Taken, therefore, all ma!L Mou,JLbk.
U ooo ol
ri'aU'M cunoaiiiea ot the ee. alike
Uie aatotaatiinout ut the ignorant and the wiae. -
. ' : r " . .; .':
Te ItruclUi. Large jmMio meetinpa have
hetru hduoii in Savannah, in this City, and hi other
towiM, to exi rewa rtrui in regard io the jmrcu
tiou of the Jews ot lUmaxcns and Khulea. They
Imva adoptud projicr iiRSura to aid in protecting
.their brtsthren in luture. Our UovvrmiHtni baa di
ocled liie Ameriran Consul at Damascus lo uw
sail pr. per Bjurr to .how that the people of this
aitry diarmintenanci-a n kiili ir.v.,ik.i.
I'kiLidilitna Saturday Courier.
'Mv-Sr. C.nwlnfunciirm. I
P wry bad Uhu, if I 4 .-(drinks.)
jnory serves me right, it U. H,if,;.and,, TO, .
xecoliect drinking some nt tlm ,, rait .ir.
' . -I. was
Text "Tin rc is a war that aei'mUh r'fiht to B
man, t ut the end inereoi, ate. ,
We Ikm it will not be dcenx-d sacriWirme to
quote here thia siiMirnn precauiiun from Oiacleaof
divine Truih, as a text to diM-ourse fi"in in the
manner v hie b follows, although in aid of auhjecta
of somewhat a aicuilar nature, appertaining how
ever to mortality. ,
It may aecro right to a man to neglect tng
his debts Uit the sake of lending or rHruliiting
upon his money, but Ue end therrx-f ia a bud paymaster.-"
: -"wr-Y .. """T l
It may accm right loa man to live tx-yond his
income, but the end thereof U wrelcbwliiess and
Kverty. , , ,
It may seem right to a nian to attempt to livs
ujion the fashion nf the tinx-but the enrl thereof
ta fliaguating to ail sensible wi, a no rviuioui io
health, reputation and properly
It may seem right to a man i)i attempt to ob
tain a livelihood wiihout imlustry nq economy
but the end thereof is hunger and rags. ,
It may seem right to a man lokcckcnnstantly
borrowing of his neighbors, and never Villing U
lend, but the end thereof is very cross mWhhors.
It may seem fight to a mno to be ,aiwsys
trumpeting bis own lame, bur l tie end mereoi ta
ins fume dou t extend very tar.
It msyseem right lo a man to 'rouble himll
very much about his oeighbor business, but the I
end thereof is greal negligence of his own. . I
It may soem right lo a uian to be constantly J
Isndering his neighbors, but the end thereof is
nobody believes any thing he says. , ,
It msv seem right lo man to uwuige ms
children in every thing, but the end thereof is hut
children will indulge themselves In dishonoring
him. ' "
It may tBem right lo man to put off evary
thing which ought to be done to day until to oior-
row, but the end thereof is such things are not ,
done at all. ' - , ..;
It may seem right lo a man lo attempt plea.
sing every body, but the end thereof is bo pleases
It mar seem right to a man to excel his neigh.
bors in extravagance and luxury, bat the end there
of is he excels them in lolly., ,f :',
It mav seem rmht to a man to take no news
paper, but tlie timl thereof, is that man and his
family are totally ignorant of the ordinary occur
rences of the day. : r .-. ;-- j - f - -
It may seem right to man to obtnin his news
t he end UiercoT. ii annoy aoce- to -hi oeiglibors
snd iraud upon the pnnier.. . i . .
It may seem right to a man to pay every bony
before be pays the Pst-m and the Minuter,
bat the end ttroriof wtW"payrnhenn"Ty
Ut, if he pays them at all. - r.- .
It may seera right to a man to worship the
creature more than the Creator, but the end there!
of is an idolater. .-
It may' seem right to a man to be incessantly
occupied in hoarding op the treasures of this world,
but the end thereof is he has none in the world
to come., . ., ' "", .
It msy seem right to as to further extend this
discourse, at the expense of the patieoce of the
reader, but the end thereof is here. - -
Te Fortunate Briktri. H An extraordinary
reijcontf. worthy, aayi the avma ic7 Arrim
dietment du Ham, which felaies it, of . figur-
ing iu the Arabian Nighta Talea, has iist occurred'
at an hotel in Havre. ,, Amongst the travellers who
had arnved on the same day, and who were dining
at the table de'lote, were thre who were relating .
trreach othertrwir adventures. Oho hadarrivaaV-
Statea, where he had been to improve his fortune,
arxi had succeeded. Another, who left France st
the, same lime, had gone to Egypt and entered In.
to the military service of the Pacha, who bad
rewarded him with fortune and honors ; and Ibe
third, bad heen'.kr iwentjyjpre. etlaxlmilavri:;
ous joy ages uTdiscovery artia a4 jot; jraw
torned witf 1 compoteitce and a pension trom the
State. Tliaae three persons are brothers, and wera
born at Euuei( in thaaame house At the death
of ihwtt parent they set eat en the Snme Bny, and,
by a smguwr cNncidence, they returtmJ.pn,, UJ1,
nartie d)ty -tHef Ha 'abaetic wT'tweiity j ears, during "
which they had Dover beard of each other ! .
In fallibility Notwithstanding all that has been
said, there are a few infallible men in thia world
1 in theii own JC WQQj-TJej axe tits ir who. ara--J
always presching" no untotners ss you would
bave others do unto you" and yet if circumstan
ce prevent your fulfilling an obligation to them,
niMM era so frequent and harsh in their reproof.
rbey talk loudly and couatautly af charity and
benevolence, then turn round and grasp you by the
ihrnat, saying, " pay me what thovAftwest r
With the potition Mill mutst on their htm tor-
give us our debts as we forgive our rtebtoraT they
track you with the untiring ferocity of the blood
hound, sucking your very heart's blood. ' They are
very generous very none are more an, wub
their advice. They sigh and look solemn at Ilia
misfortunes of others, yet fail not to slip in a word
refli cting en the honesty of the unfortunate.
Good Samaritan like, they ever stand ready to pmit
oil upon your wounds, but it ia the oil of viuioL
,S.pe xf, fromj fritntlf. A fate Havrt pa.;
per gives the following account of a dangerous ex-
pertinent, which had nearly vcriuod til ancient
adage ol the two stools: ' ' . .
The owner tf a fin Newfoundland dog -walk;"
lug the other day on the Smith jetty with a friend,
was boNating T ill qualities of the enimal, and
th certainty of his siving a man from drowning,
which his companion queattooed, Wht-n ibey had
rnarliril lhalpsrt ul Ilia jelly a
by any parapet, the master of the dog puhed his
incredulous frieml into the outer bain, where the
water was deep though calm 1hedogiistifadlhe
pjausaa nf his mala, awr -matamly pfwrgw tftr
the fettctr niun, aoizud him by lha coat, and war
bringing him safe lo shore, when another dng of
t ho san e species, which happened to be on the
North jtly, saw what waa going a, and deter
muted to have his share iu the salvage. He plunged
in, sciicd another portioo of the drowning man's
coat ; but as the repnctiv master's of the two
dogs were al opposite points, they pulled in oppo
site directions, till two portions of the coat ware
torn oil, and carried by the dogs to their owners, 1
leaving the real object of their endeavors to his
fate. This would have beon inevitable had not his
kind friend, who fortunately was a good swimmer,
plungod in and brought him sale to the quay."
Foittr tf tke Prtsi. Within two months, the
press commenced sying that " winkers or blink
ers wer positively injurious to horses.. Now, in
almost all our large cities tbey are not worn on
horse at all. Horses should be grateful to (he
Miefc. . v .,! '
Vomttbah in Trxai.K lae number of ihe ,
utin Gnwtte says: " A ( w duysagn a Coroan- ,
che was kilM rn the Urunliy l) a..me i nni.tui-a
Indiana his hand and arms, and the tan k part i
his thighs were cut oft and currtMl home as a H?b
lo their women and children. The TooLuIiuihi
made no secret of their partiality for lmniaa fk-U,
and state that all the native Indian in Trxasem
their enemies when they can catch luem."
'- -- i .n
CiriVurt'ton. Cramped fit ; narrow nhookh-ri'
weak nerves ; foul breath ; gui ; irtino
I ' inlemperaoce ; -aUnrJar; " umtrtalrT ru. -;
oppreaHWi aping fuahiuiallosj pide and 1" 43
, . , . , , - i. ! II ElxlL i-wuuia aiul bnunutully aoptdied
Clnriowi Tlr-fora An imftcrt.nent jxilmcieik, s .. . ' ,
' i.ivij . llb arTwm.amli irmawnilHr. atturulnd Iiv Qiithlul and
by the name f Browa, lately krkd aa incnrropi- ( .
ibU onpiMieofi, by the name of SkTteW";1 .. . . . (. . M
hau ed up, anfl recrwerea tmny ove oib- i
ia rs damages.
It is id thai Smtfh miU mum a "
beer simp with the spoils immediately,
" Lie low snd play aly,h
Cider makes you witty ; '
Nothing tor the public eye,1
Afk mv Commtttoe."
THE Subscriber informs lb 1
public that be continues She
IN THE TILLAGE OT
LEXINGTON, NORTH ClllOUXJL
Re is ftmrsred to execute all descriptions f wWk
in his hoe of business io a very superior wyks, as i
gard workmanship and matrrials, and cert am hi
lower Until than ia sdorded by any tlmr atab-
lishment or he kind ia this region nf emmtry.
Orders from a distance thankfully received nB
promptly and faithfully executed.
Produce, Scantling and Plank taken ia atascVnnfe
for work. , . ' NATHAN TAU&S.
Lexington, FeW, 1640. r
TpilE Suliscriber having wind lo llie cmtry, jtiKjaasrii-Ha triait,, w-utL rhuir king e'xrierMocs) at the
has aipoioted Col. A.W. Crawl oa his i lA, ibutuufwa. amti lUtwmnJA it thair uureimtiing per
for sHtling his badness in ftie Town; of Salwbury.' aanntiimv tngethnr with their late improve
Cd. B. may be found at alltimee at the EwaiillmHlB , rthnr WMfirmi ef Tanning, U be able to
Itm-rtrwtietw-ttTmiOT imMrWl to vue wmn'irtlliltatmim IfieV-of srwrnertwrwra
fsed call end twake trtttcmetrt -iiiMiwdiiitBlvc".
, WM. U. alAHiUiia. . f
N. 6. Nothing bot my pcul
it my fwhni' reinTaSartwea
could induce me
asB iej make thia stfyntVa-M fiafflrS'JR.
Illeowiit. & C- israss txmse a punctual' dealnraw 0" Dry aiMl
friends (or se
. Salisbury, Aug. 29,1640
-fpiIESutacr.ber having pmclj
; 1. EsUblisbment and blind Una a te
for the aecommouatioa of Travellraa anil
Boarders, is now prepared fur tbeit recWv
tain. , His I ABLE will elwava be luroamea ,
With the best the market can aSbrd;
hie BAR with a good supply of c'unios liquors; h
BEDS shall always be kept ia fine order; and bwta-l
blea (which are very extensive) are well tmptMe' wftb
Provender of the first quality, and attended y goixi
amf faithful hoaltera,
. He bones, bv strict attention to the bnaineaa, in aw-
stmh to-five saiaftoa t-aM avb -may fsvor toum'Hh t
ik.iMtfM,n. An.t h nftlv a mI1 miA trial fl
Lexington. N. C Fee. 21, IS30. . - it
f " -
f f AVE
AVE iurt receive fmax New Turk a4 VURiV
IX ah is, an extensive sssortmewt rf
. oonsistiii ar
,ery,UiUA.i,iUli, Ortipaans: Mj-.- - 4,
dicinea, Dye-Stufk, Pamta and
r addiery, eVe V.
fa -iAcVtnerr Stock eomaiaav j&aaaC
needni ttyjtb urwcr.Atsrnsmia, ariiia.rf aiai ijhiI
of Um tawa r aeuatry. X,- . - -
Si. o. ITiev will sell low tor casa. ur ta wunctuai
dealers ea time; or ia exchange &MMitry PrwUune.
lncord, Jaa. 17th, I4U. . J
MOFFAT'S LIFE FILL3 fif. ElTIXliS.
rHE LIFE CIVLNO PI 1X8 AND ra(E3I
JUTTEUS, so celebrated, and sa SAac stand t
the afllietad ia every part of the cnuutry, ia now e-
eeived sod for sale by the Rnbaeribers
t - . - Lauja Si bUux4L, Mgwsna.
Messrs, E raises A 8baklk, ia CaocunUX- C,aro
also Agants fir the suite . .
P. a. See advertiaeineot Apr a ,H. n
Taken up and Cmmittc4
TO the Jail of Davtdaoo Ciamrr, !
on the 20th of June last, a N
Boy who says bis naaw as Ce-orgr.,'
and that he belongs H Starke Fum
f Laneastr Duu, K C He we
he ia 39 years old ; be ta awl uK
7 inches high, head somewhat bald,
heavy ooder-Iip. and had on wliem commitled, a
caainet eoat aud pautalouot and a rouudwm il
wnl -.---rw !
The owner of said bfy is hereby fT-qimawd'to)
(mm forward, prove bis prof sarty, pay liTgea and
take him away. .
. J 1 W LLS0N . WOM ICS. Jailor
. Lexington, N.'C, July 8, r
; . rrospectna for the titra Clwlar.
Tbia ps im will be mUmsW at3 the IsawlawiaJ
. L . .n- .. n . l- ". . f. .
ETedioa" w Navaiulier, iKV with one uuuibur iMa-
ward giving Ute rrnult in detail and aa aide.
Tentyix numbers will be awuea. A wrj - eatrfplu.:
of the fir nambrs will be printed; aad aul amimaai
aaiirnWa- imnaartntHin.- tma namM- SS HtSSH
raoeivea aeae tint surplus aiu a waiwasiua, win"
rwceive all the aoinbera, -
Terws; One copy 1 J Twelve enpins f;ln
Bix copies 5 J Tarentj-five erapiea 2W
a ixl at the same rata Ibr a rraator emubot.
Mr. Kendall, kte PusUnaaier tiatwrsl, will amniri-
buta to this paper until .xuvt-mber.
The aaaiea of subscriber procured anno this rTB
pectus, and the m.Hey. ttxttld be wt eWif ta aa, :
prxtags paal. of Ihmuirk poatmastors. who r autUa-
nxed by the Post tMBca Uw. end raguUunua te .ttauk !
paper subwriTtious. - ' 1
- Bank aotea current ia the enciioa of countrv wkwe
a subscriber resides, will s rocsnvad, frnwakd xjhwI
sre eat more thaa ten par cent kolow apeeie ia value,
No anpor will be seat etilesa tlie money be mct-altf
rrtxufL, , .. .
- . . r- -
MATCHIXSS SANATIVE. .
'PHIS invaluable Modicioe ia for sale U W
.a. ...hnh-. -,u.iu.i 11. m .
subsenber, at Milted evtlln, me
f I lTaTG BuntHnHcd that well knowa and long
asiuitiltillK.fi Mtihliir house, known by the name
'.mi ii K. ra'.v ...........I Vmn at So. '
iMibuw.JS-CBmfJirma. hmfrienda and the public
J -i .u- ...i.t.-
tutit! did auaa ta)HotauM fur fke recep--
amt Ear will, he aiiimlii'd with the
ianO1 ittte ourtiK ami irrMMioi' ammli v alFoni.
- T ,i . .
'atj4limiHi!alC ttn.ma; fhw him with a call. u
" r . r- --
T IIX asfTv. sat Tnsstvm ef lulm Beard, ir. a
1 TX.lTaT iJkS.IXly mjrwtthia one milaof the
awsavtatl MiLsniimaiMitiinina iron. lH m vtK) acres.
a iibiw as aw aermm aiuiumE ajinn nq li, ti wiucn
Jlutb&iiww&atiruiinen3imgft itu The rmainaVr
nfame Kwttrtt s aMmuMemiU Any perium wtHhing to
smnrnnHRv, dl! plttntsr enil: nn m, end in case of my
kiMBi3a, Hsmj son I W- rutftor.
CU tELES FISHER.
SalHrteiTa;Wtft. IsV IuV-";. '"',:,
To the Public. -
"T2IIX amnrmiimwiC rwtpecifully inform the Pub-'
liu, ttbut tint ana- still angngrd in carry in g on
j tit tlifr aliil smmli im &wan eminty, near Cluna
.'itt" 1 l.k. IL.H..U.. TL d ....
VjjJhiiii 'asa'aii'si- mada ui A5r coiintry.T
IVy mhw Bmorc haruti very targw and an
pnsMS- anwik a Latheiva all kinds, which they
rmrm Brttea mMma in ewfinng Kir Leather,
xWtv, wiill liar RTaifhiia short notice, Hijckainiiha'
Rtil'uawii awudi (bore, aidit tn twenty doiluis va-
KrTThtf miMra-ait oeraxma wiahinr m nurchnsn
Lnvtbnr an aiull mtit SKtmina- tlieix stuck before
iuaJlaMUtt ailatwiiitttah. "
HL A W. C. MILLER.
T1 a..M - j
TO Till; VCllLslC. .
TiEIE VirtHarihartBNsif Uiis method of iiiforming the
a'lUitib. tuat iui stUl eunnmtoa to esrry on ttta
wttaaaV da v m mi f '
law o-ra-iri on Cnnila Q.iam, seveir mifea Soatk
: l.uaiur ajmir h Ail Clisrl.ut,n- rnwh. Where Is
pabieite .luouis! ail: arura ffiP M.1LL-STOIVIA of the
J TOI STEFS,
atOtfitSl BaTtBJIifi Rl)tm3T0.1WU STORES,
jWXUJI tWU'DtniS. Sift &c '
A. laKtSIIOCSUila; SUme-Cntter.
av, 'ryCnini'iai 4.- im nv a-;r.r . t
4rsmtasByftamaCiMia be euaetualleatw..'
-tRIUHHI OH. m 1 J , M
irraa.jiuaisi.ila minn-mit? soaffof .uT"
m, . Aiirjt.aiUinila tbitMiUt auuatantly hs aaatu, las
IilrWajnunm arjaaapreasly tit . , . .',
".TOMB STONES; " l
nthsi hvcmi a.wnuniana ardasia tiiat L'na, aa the
saairuan autiam. . . - ,
He ivoniU ttaaxHrntirsny work whmh sn, be called
ir in iscinuriic iD-ttsL, is'EuNa-cL'TTiNti. en-
HW. Ait, and. hw a-snraa tawaa- w he mav favor
buu auUb ttuna wurkvUma aniea wait done according
- wnuiiot ianj Dairy Tnoagh for aaie, eirt af Roc,
ir "Jiir 7nr;ssBr 4E praaerauig anik aoat. Apply to the '
ESOC E. PIHLUPS.
i-finr SsCJl. tf.
To Owner? ot MUs. 1
r SiharlaTHaaw uajwowjpwfrnf Xpin.ll- for
JUilavaa iliaUv eult wul sVs aiueb better than
with f?he urnml; ftiraii arf Spindle It w ao snwatnicted
ti lo-ir :hnn Smttwt aa killaaf the awwi im any man.
net. ii"u- mmutnrw m srmiiewi by the ftpindle aa al-wawuswanim-ualaUanu
stnttit' course ttiere is no
i tuimntftl! Urn sltMreb, . . -. .
- f 'mnnVaw ttliw naimiaad. S)wuUav tb-saate water.
wiU tbiau Mfla miulunt mum aunneaa, and tha meal
ui swamiirifiuiJitw - 3 -
smaBMi SHHbmav . ana of thcas" 8piadle,
iaawMiaaniiinwaajniwbwaiaJlinf anplication, (with
mm shaw aaweV tb-trfir AitaarrdW ar STuclisvine, Da Te
Ca X.C I On 11 ttiac amaabla anat will not exceed
-Ur atw Psmue amt Staodle- rawiy aw.
ITiw .MWnmf iwiwMis baa mv Parent Still Spindle
raiwUMnmrne-.aCaj, i. f. g..tThoe. Pt
"njawim. cunt anil Bamk. ruamaiiC Dam CbhtHv;
' emr Cnvid JL Rjinamir of Lincolii;
Mf.e Han-mitt, afi Ibiwan 1 Avldisrat M.mee of David.
1 a aw.m mu .. - .
- '"' - .rrr, an or wnoia are
gaJiiswaiiaa.- - -
i TJ01jClima iimgs-wr Laaingtoa, David-
saw lUimifK auiua. una rmumm! tw mturm the Pub-
he atafl ihr wtu ntua inm ennttaat with any Peraoo, or
T bl,,W U,wm,M "
"'""' " m ? 5! nI swwkinan in Uiis
airauUi aus.tmmnE ami bunt the Bnck, if wanted.-
& "' imt -rwnee in
. 'T1!M3G JL'tO' LAYLVU BOICK, -.
ill-mtvr'irliiiit'ttj asiiara or publia patronage.
ie wiwuiii atr jranUwnen wialung work done ia his
Iw Kiwrns. Oi ru fatiiale Acaitemv and the new
'gaW arr atfirjr irt Safiabury, ta specimens ot
. . j
81 wstmiif work done. w,ill pleass leav
worn v one . unn at, nut. western, Carolinian, and it
SubscriUr oflera his sr-rvi., w , r
Hiioo Busim-M, for the Sale nj r
try Produce. v f-'fiusu
He will receive1 store and aell
Produce, free of Hloraqt, for co,miH40n
per cenO, whre the artu4i--sare-wiirKit t: ;
when limited, a reaaomible storage will becwiZT
lie will ahin Cotton, or other IV.uL-
York or Charleston, making Ubrrm( aui aiJZ
lor a commisaion ot per ceou oo the caakj
He keo ps constantly on hand a very Iarw
With a mixeti Stock ef other Good "
All which he will sell at the lowest nriras rt ,
tale or Retail for cash or produce. . .
1 be aubscnoer Hatters himself thai hisertej
acquaintance in Uw upper and aJjuuinj: Caaw!!
ml patronage. ' I. N ALLOT
Cheraw, 8. C, Sept 18, 1840.
arpilli COATS of Ilia - Plantera and NercW
Slm Hi .at ( Vimnnns nf fliar or .
. r..-r-.j , . HVBHMt
uoe from Cheraw to Charleston direct, era aw
ready, and will commence running carry aext A
gust. The 8a, Cant, MrKroxiu, wi9
the Rivor. The Aksok, Capt. Lubbock, artf tut
between Georgetown and Charfeana, eoarjeetisi
so as to avoid dc4et.tioa. fiy unremiuing
lion to those that may ship by them, the &rW
hope to deserve and receive the 4atranse af fi
public. The Bonis are. fitted up for passrarrnai
well m freight, and offer a cheap and expedite
route for the country. Pcrwma wiahiag tg ram
Charhwtfm, Could go down with their pmriwee, .j
retttra with their good. , JVe ckargte ia Gaar.
tor for vnrfbf or ttortag gW tUppi
from Ckorlettm hy tt Companfe Bern. f.
dues fr New Terk will be delivered to order ia
the town, to go by the packets direct to New Tart
The'-Biferif f -at :lirrtn rvaJQrJaiiaiJU-u
i Mowry, Jr., ioc CharWoa. i v ,
.!' I- t:rt f.rtvrT1 ti ;t '. '
iml unuvu, i iwm,
MoffaCs Ute VvWs WvVUrs.
IHESE medicinea art mdeUeJ f. t heiress;
-Htheir iiauiffst and sensible aetioe ia pwrfag
the aprings and channels ot life, find eodaiag the
with remiwed tone and vigor. Is many hundred cer
tified cases which have boco made public, and is al
most every species of disnus) to which the ksaau
I frame is liable, the happy effocti td MUFFATY
LIFE PILLS AND 1'llEMX CITlEKSaaw
been gratefully and publicly acknowledged by ue
persons bonehttod, aud who were prtVHJualy cmo
quatot4 with the bemrti fully philwnphical pnar
pies upoa which they are oou.KMn.led, and c.vjs
bftr-iriw-KuimrBC-c r "r "
The LIFE M CU1U.N E9 JncbmwaA tW
selves m dtaeaaes of rvery deacrrptew.'' Tlttf Srsl
opttretton is to kmaon ffoid the coats U tie smamk
and bowels, ilia various impurities aad cradujet
enrtstantly setiliog around tLeni; aud M
lions of th small intestines. Oilier ra Juii!- ea-
ly partially ebanae tuee, aud leave aud eutVirrsi !
masses behind aa tar prualuc babitsal caxarvenast,
with all it train of it, or suddea iarrbma, wet"
its wMumeof darer.--lta fift is wefl kuo.sgjjjr.'
wH regota'Cluitom4Stli,jJio: examme h bsaa:.
bow Ha after death t ajaiWienc the pre;udjoa J
these well Informed meaiiMt quack atedioats,
or mediCHMS prepared ns weraliied thxim waste
bjr. Igmafji rajMisviailleisawua
Life Mud icinesia to e team tha ksdveys aad (ks
Madder, aud by this sneatia, the liver and lb long,
the healthful ectioa'of winch entirely aVyeedssf
00 Hi regularity oT tbe armary orgaai. Tie
blood, which take its red color frout th ageary
of th bver and the kings bctore it passr im As
heart, being thus, puriuu by thcaa, aaW aassswM
by (ad coming from a clean sloti-ach, eamesave
ly thnmigh the veins, rcivswa every part st th svv
tem. and triumphantly roouots lb baiwar ef btaik
jn the blooming check. .T ' ;
Motlat'a yegelabl Life Medicines bar ben
thoronjjlily teatenl, awl pronounced a soveieiga w
medy lor Dyspepsia, Flatulency, FalpitalioB f tbx
Heart, Lois of Appetite, lluart-lnira aad tUas
sche, Reaileaanes,, 111 temper, Ansaety, Langsar
and MvlaiH-holv. CoiltieuiiaB. D.anho-a. Caetera,
Fevers i4 all kinda, Rbumstumi, Guut, IVefasest'
alt kinda, (J ravel, tVorma, Asthma and Cuwafv
lion. Scurvy, Ulcere, Inveterate Snrea, Scsrbsue
EruptiiMia snd Bad Complexinc, Eruptive eesa
plHims, Sallow, Cloudy, and tuer disafitrs-1
Completions. Kalt Rheuaxt Er yvipelos, Cewsw -Coins
ami luflueriM, and furious iir eaaapki'
which aJUict the human frame-" la Fevcx ssd
Acre, particularly , the Lil Medxtaei ti
mst eminently successful ; so jracki jo that i d"
Fever and Agu Districts, Physician alox'
j versally prescrib them.
I Alt that Mr. LMoffat rrtjtitresclirapslveW
I be particular in taking tbe Life Medrfiues stnctlf
according to the direct mti a. It ia not by a
paper notice, or by auy thing that b biamwa awy
say in their favor, that he hopes to gaia credit-
ta alone by the results of a fair trial. ".
MUFF ATM MKDICaL MANUaLxoosusI
aa a domealic guide to health. Tfcie little fy
let, edited by W. B. AIoflstf 375 Breadwa-T
Xnrkba ben published- fT the puipi of
plaimna; rrmre mHV M f. M, ofliit s Iheury a ti!"1
aud will be found highly interesting lo fr
seeking health. If Irewts Upon preraleol due
snd the causes thereof. Price "i ceut t
by Mr. Moflat's agents generslly.
These Valuable Medicines sre for sale N
Saliabury, N. C, May 1, 1940.
jpiIE nnderaigned ha been appointed Spsrau
Aditiitiistrnior on the Eitaieof Joseph -C.
dersased, and in pursuunce of his sutlwriiy, wil
pose to public sale, mi the 13th of October,
at the Inte reaidetice ol said deceased, the fJl"
ing properly, to wit 1 r
Ttro IIvTta Thirty-six heat f Cofffc
Hogs, and Sherp,
a quantity of Corn and Wheat, and oiW afta
; Special AdrhV of Jos. Cowaa, dec
..... Rowsn County, N. C, Sept. 1IS4,