CiteA terire doff, Aat goes qncbaiaeJ.
and baxkiiwflry tluhedoes not compre-
by aet,cit AssccUjftcactLxth bmi)-
tv. vHci Ln imes where "ha has no business , to
pet ctnnmZ vty&hU la 'iieaJtee;
be, tcrrih? hss oa tesness where he otibt I
mil f; i .1 -r Kf vivv'
i . '--ti ' -- - I i-
1 ' - '
A SCOTTISH B4LI4m f
.i -"i ii iU
' tnVtinUv postman
Tfcelaai!! last bleat comes traej thelteigrit,
Tho harper kail basbotaird hisstt tngsii
-f Xud labours all las uncouth strafer: i
Wviie every iwtahi! Waclbird Bgs,
k Tmfcxrsd iniybe hiilisS'Aflaett.rj-
Tfc wfeat can all m
VWba wcttt W oe ae waa wane, t
Tbkt facte Relets mebittae laoe, j H
? 4 And strthi tajr j?' l ?t
There it;rkeiie jiari to tado.
It t3cts he Tety Vrithiof-j t j
I'dtaibctiratch oo caJ3 hill i
0rza4 la Water laUxeclua.
.j ; " M f . u i-.l iV :
Tiie hatiicoclc bay iwf fSova eile
Ilk sangter ewera beside intt.A "j
! Aadto'deardenlbbfir f
YTbib T mlj t ajf rbw till kti,
Nochrar a uul 6oQ tower r tree,
Except yoaejaact amoog: tfaeura, t
i Aa'fae faas UatVis loft like me. 1
. op birp a note o' black despair ,
LJIkad tbooga ik Uke ayw, : f i
Ioalf nmbat bimtbemair, 1 i
lla lau h but a mote!xJeaar j 4; j ;
J Of catty-tail, and1 Umer boe;
J3ot sic a flower my dear Jane, f-' '
i Fcr lorane'et 4 brished the ecntag der,
I hUr"i daft, ere tf'be day ;
Dut yet the lassie U sae dear, H j ; '
kl-M dawni' Kde tojpmjr way4 ; H f
llush; Coii'iei hush! VVhat'stbatlbear?
! k saifrfheredlaugh aant tbe tree? .
" there's same sweet jWky lUteoer ner,
" ,Tbe sweetest souAd oa eartb to ee. -
TT.i ntwkv Jace. hbweame re here,
' ! Round by thb wraD aile ol the1oioW ?
-ThisJiigbt some ithcr lacg I leaf,; f I ' I
t lias rowed yelii hie ifel ere n6w7! ?
lC'Whats ihat to yoe? ilut I thought right,
- To cotue an1 jtell yoOloang hame ;
4 eanna eouie to court tueiiigns
Sae ye oay jrang the gate ye came?
roYoliBgi-ein eome br theidike, ' i ' -f
An woo'tul !day light0pe her ed-
'Na, thank ei Ud-31V 'hat like
' The 4-a shall etand twizt yoa an'sxe;
I thought it haM'thatyca shuU sit,
! An' flite a wght-see gTuff agrain,
Sie J came owner im UgbUome fit, -To
tell you that Ic&ldoacxime.
. v.- ' j i -j" :-:: . ; J!: - "
Out owerthe dike I bupr-lilewJ
.1 4 AO ere she gai tOirik 'to cfcidei, -
'.I'hid her seated en. thee9 ) j!' . '
' 4 i -Lin closely prwssM uhjo myiide." 7
Bat Ol th uunts an- sitter scorn f
I . That f endujred a white were sair,
Yet mxtt till the break; i morn i f
; Didctaprupode to leare ae mai
k ;- ; f , ' rr :
Jx)ve has a deal o grief; n gfcom,
I I Muckle Ito hbp an ste KaTe;
Vet there are Utile Winkl o blown ?-; '
Sae sweet,nhe heart nae mair can eravc
. Some hule tiAta onoTclmess;. f ;
K Beyond wlrlt anHa can enjoy- '
. O' earthlv' love ther hall nae ?uess.
Muougu iceirs u ojzsa wunoui axioy.
And ihre'a a jeywithoot a sdo?
? With a dear laesteby lyocr jslfe .
A virtuHOSi lovely .levinjj hirr' S .
Whom you intend to"mk' your bride;
That is a bliss, beiarhit hart 1 4 r
That makes nian liippinesl'f sujreqiO
it winoa 8iig i wina say, if j
But lasts tike' an Etysiao dream
i 1 1 ffVoin t&e Saturdwj Courier.
lAxentleinan presiding in the vicinity bf New
: Vuxk97as decirotis of raisihd some tLume cocks.
liand accordingly despatched bis Irish servant to
the city to purchase a quantity of .eggs. iThe
Irish tuao. returned highly pieced , wiU the; suc
rcss.of his mission , aad placed tde eggs under a
t hn to hak;h. -Ilie watched 4he prces3( of jncu
wba'tioa with great i.npatteoceand when; the fu
r tafre prize Ashttirs emerged from their era! mi-
Isohj he seized upon one and 'hastened with joy 1
rf 'tofexhUut- it j jo hia master. Master, Master," I
ed rat, foealy jak In here r The gehtle
,;i4iu cast his f$esupoalhe birtJ, and disooffred
;iitto be a dude ! .. Astonish mqht and i indignaUui
prevented hunriiin replying and Pat continu
iltid. The'iian'.ofchatds l"oald'iirelahd .ne
'li'e.ed the likeUiUlook at his bill, and
loA ? hu (Utfmuj uu 3hc wtbbedkoes oCJ
1 wie uueui.wnat a jtjwei ol a ngnier he ll make
uio nojy t; rotwdaU toohim i.,,i
It,.: ' - . . M ''( 7Vhim
. j wwmmmiww -rayw wa i imagine, they
have a claim tj nh nm Ftfi 3n rmij r,.i
ICsuUyou if you atvpoor. p - - .r 4i " i
I i I eorlrrf rare ariicle,6oc5;times toonii In hu
r raan beings It is euun, however, destroyed by
-cuminerce with the world, or .eke becomes ata'l
fr- to its poesesscf i -. '; f ' -5 -.y- 4 .
I ! eycrvAn jancieafart, said lb have
IjeenfashiboaUe among youijg gkh Jami wives;
; ijir. eo tf rely oUC of, ufee or pracuaeitmly by the
p-- werqrjeis. j - fr : j- . -f
I IIfiSA--The .most nsptaMeft quality of
I?' nan ! j s " ii I
i Hrfue -An awkward k habit of aeticg Ji2er--
lyryttj-other petyle. iA vuIguTonl. rlt
9hooting a friend- through lih head
whanycj lovjjnv order to .jain tiie poise of a
jfe w others; whom you despise and hate. : ! j :
wtlarrwgi Xhe irate thojuirh w hich the han-
y lover leave his enchanted - rc&rtoWtaad m-
.urns' to-earth.!.. I 'IS- k k- - .
Fritndrk person .who tvill not assist yoa
use ce knows your love wtll excise im.
IVfOdtf UUs?A tenu used by Miitqn;
DocUtrX'tata who kvtls you todav. to save
you" froth dying to muiow, ;-f ( f4?
TLtmaiic hiaif.A kind f ht5kl where
detected lunancs are. seat :.by thosej who have
tad the adroitness jto conceal thetr quo iucr
.rhitr.': , !. - i nh
IT.M- ;v ;: : -f: I
Iffcr--A dear fluid, once used ask idriik.
5wedia--A fcllaw with jinn pot onii it!,
who sialics aooui uo swge, auo geis lam a ti-'
jCieat josatun iuao uiwm m wu
far farfiftb&is tSxa1 jiit coBrade.. ; I !':
ScUtJl sility by, which its posscor,
in rtem?tu2 U pxfinuCe ! the ijappininea
1 -Cff JCfeaf-Aa exbresna
esessiati used by baa edj
wife, el the coauaeacement
dim ATiin r ATXiS!4SEi
Gouhczls xaeet this erenms onthetob
tt9 rf tlmiitrsTA M College, havm?
ait ordinance 'Ittl:. meeting oathehlrty
Erst tt!4 .iW&ndi sldloesaway Cjac
anI proride in brief, ihst the Mayor pfthe
.ftsi4entbf fonne ahd-teea
other peWJnii (shall 'constitute aBoaTil cf
DirectofsJTtee fifteen crsoru,yiibe
chosen eve yeiryonie . first Mpoday in
Fehraary'toi -fecordthe ttames of citizens,
not mckoeriot CXtiactls, hc- shall bfitf
fot&.ffij$Btffivi& havethcir Raises
publhil Ji$ ireassetnliting on ItW se
cond Mbadajr fef Febrnary, then to be chos
en from the (names so proposed. ..When
chosen the W the divided, 4y lot, into
three clashes 'of 'fiirp. each 4hefirSt dais to
serre one yfcarj the second two, and the,
third thfe years j and every succeeding
year fitt cilzeJtstiJ be elected, in Uketnarper
to stippltfie j pUces who retire. Vaari
cies to be siippllcd by Councils , atu special
elwtimv. I Inha elected citizeas who lare
toa4iihbtit:yto choose their Presi
dent frotrl theiir own body, and a Secetary,
not of theor nunwen the latter atasalary mot
exceeding $600 ! The directors to be ill no
wise interested i- any I contract,? Jw; i I for
the jboildin'f.Tbey- to preparo and to fn li
mit to Councils aissystem of government, cjrc
for the Cbllece, they shall not enter into
any contract .not I authorized by Coanjuu.
The oowers ot aDDointinu omcers, protess-
ors, tutor! an4 agents", to be vested in;that
Boardfteo of whom are a quorum.
: St ? ! '!' ' '1' ' ' ' -
i INWARD. ' -
"The Undesigned haying been entrusted
by I 3Ir,'.:C. fAtUinson, the publisher of the
Casket, with the Examination of certain ar
ticles of pfos ano poetry, forward in com
petition for .permimns offered by that gen
tleman; alters careful perusal of the various
articlos submitted make the follow in a-
To A . . Hi St jni j Esq. the permium of One
t 1l i-?viiif - a! i rv1
imnurea jjoiian as uiu auuiur ui au uri-
inualstorv entitled u 77ie Outlaw , o
To'Dr Jdtt 5BEJ.L, the pre mmm. of Thirty
DoHarsVas the author of an original Elssayen-
tiUcd tmaWUit TimesP'
To the i Rex? ALBERT H. HULLER, of
South Carolina, the premium of I wenty-
hvek3qUaS, a4 the author of m article
of EMLUbip'ntit)ed u Sunstt "at .U4mt j .
The committee .beg leave to estate, that
among the unsuccessful Essays and poetry
are manV, articles of the highest order of
1 'ill fiiliv- IV ; -a A ' -i
rnefii, aiiuni coosequeiuiy iuuen aimcui
ty was ecticmcd in electing tbem; but
under the ;:ch:ctinistances the above were
deemed worthy of the prizes.
, M ; jj feOBT. MORRIS
ROBERT T. COrf ARD.
benj. matthias. v
Aflt; as fined by the Coutt.300
bisiassault . on "Green, and costs
may amotmt to 50 dollars, more. The ex
cuse insanity did not operate here as it did
threatte case where it teduced the
Ifvel IUarsAexafidrib1 . Gaz-
The Baltimore Patriot say, there is but
one Nullifier in hc House of Delegates,
ond not I one in the Senate of Marv-
1 1' : ' ; '1 ic I
A second cirgd of Flour arrived here y es-
terdav from Havana this
the usual order 01 trade. Char leston Coir-
r. . .; f 'IS . ',
A verdict offive thousands doiiars has latel v
been given; ir If few York against Thomas
irn&am 'l reasurer of the Richmond
till! Ineatre, for seduction. It appeared
in evidonce, that'Graham was a married man,
and tha'tlie told the girl that his name was
Thomas;Iiowland. ' i f
r , M -ill-i I II1;-"' 1 i f- ;
A dc Monmng to an Irishman rcsidinj;
in this town, iis m the habit of pa ing a visit
wiceor mrice a weeit to tnewile or his
owner, m sthe City of Boston. iDviding
his attachment . between Tb twn Tmv
trudges to the! . city, spends an hoar or two
witn 111a mtsxressyand then taces about: and
returns jto; his; master. Messages ih
been! transmitted by
him. Lowell Com-
ptxuL I II f j
Tho expenccs of the city of Abanv otow-
mgouitQtne;4mnlera, amount! to $19.
' s f . .? ,-r v - - i. .. i r
A New i piece, called
to be prodaced at the
I t 4 . j f
Mrs (loyal Bars she ismUch nfeascd trftJi
the appeeajanqs and gentlemanly manners
of Gen; Blaclt,'tho new Senator from Miss
issippi. i i i "-f x f '. -
- "If I'f-'l - ;i ."I--.
W! Wasbingtoa to Charleston,
mffifvarpiinl returned on Wcdocsdav.J
tavin trarcljed 10SS iniles
. Tbc hriUe Republican cbntraclicts
toe rumor f relative to the appointment of
3Iajor Eajpn qftlce, an4 asserts that he
i canidata" forthe Senate in conation tn,'
it- r'L j.:.
a ! i
in thTown oT M6raaton,ria receive ioai tall-:
ders and prscordpuBed to -contract; for t tlie
work-sealed proposals, to be filed by Jihe secreH
tary dl the Boardi b or be&re he ?th day ct
March neit, fie erecting 4 Court-IIoose jef the
fuUewing materials! jplalMaadjd
V? be 60 feet Umg 1 45 feet Wide, frwa oatside
to oauide,ewo atones ildgnvlthetbwerorylM
be lOreetm the clear, and Xhe upper slo 16
&et in he'elcar, aad isqaat ver! head, frith sU;
rouma on the floor foi loSces4 cf which, j arjri u
hare" fire places with two pary rooms and a
eoart toom above; the bttHdingl to he Neither of
stoasvW brick, if f stone, to be rough !east and,'
ruled on the omsideajvJ , plastered within; ; if 4.
Drick, the tooadation tobe of massive iDut stoael
tbe rUUa walls of ibe lower siy to be tf
Briek orSlone, and the floors aadv jpassages of
cat Stone the? Steps leading rata the Codtt robsn;
tobeof cut Stock?, and the dour aud window sillsi
andtrames to be of cut Store the rouf to'N
hipped; tad covered with 2ik, so as to make the
. .1 j
The Jedges ,j Lawyers and J ury Satf to be con
8tractedaad arranged in tbo best manner, oader
'the UireeMon 'ofithejporn'ouoher' U !
pzsicozis zxasma phopos aijj
are requested; to accooipany them wiUi Srccirf c
DxscairtioNi or tus uirrxaE.vr riiTsor rac
worc, owwwwM Ay cfttmatetqf tht cost of.
vow.; : ; n . . . . : . . s f'. ' ! ' n "-.! j ;
Any further infermauon. which may bei rej
quired oh the subject, can be had by applying t
gamuei i y itr sowcwj,j near 4uargaawm:
On the 7th day of March, the!; proposals thus let
cetved, will be opened ; and the contractor an
Bounced, ; provided such proposals j should ;be re
ceived as the Lommissioners feel, them?lvesan
thomed to accept if no proposals which (they
can accept should be received , the .will proceed
On tticSthday of March next
to leVoUt the Building.
Contractors will be required to give satisfactory
secuntv for the texeciruoa'of the work.
time and terms of payment, will be made kquwa
by Ute. Commissioners at the opening of the pro
ISAAC T. AVERY,
4 . , ; JOHJfCORPENING.
SaWl. C. Tate, SecY.3
' - ; n i ; i Jan.l9th, 183356
jEAlNllVG in the PpetOffice at Salisbury
JLwN.! C. January 1st, 1833. : i
A Rolo Allison.
B Mr. Barrett: James S. Bwkhead; Alex;
liiles; WiUiam Buford; Woses L. Urown 3
it-; . o-u...:. t T.J , ! i Ml
U Henry Connor John Campbell; Ishmaf
ei ioouie; Liaia"Huri; jaint tviuiuj, riiaraiw
Cook 2; Henry Casper; Joel Cobble; WiUiani
Conley i Joseph CowaniNfcholas Clay. - j
D Thomas Davis; Thomas Dedman; fames
Dunn. ' I 1 ' M "! if
F M P Flint RN Fleming; eorge Frai
ley. ; " ; .i; . ' l-.--). ' I !
G John S Garner; Flora Gilhsptes Franci$
Gibson; John Guodman; William Gray; Eliza?
heth Gheen; "Henry B Gleason 2; A M Greeiil
age.?. - -;: ': i: - r . j
H Edmund Hyatt; William Hughes; David
Hall; William Harrington; WiUiam Hunter;
John C Hawkins; i Rebecca Hudson; Peyton
Hamss; Jesse A HodgensJohn ttartman;
Hisrh tower ; Howell i HorEey; Peter
manj Hi. '. --t j,:;- f i;: ; j
J-Joh n J emisbn ; Lewis J aoobs; Willis D
Jenkins-' Green Wl JobIs Andrew Jutiani j
K Jacob fCurtsj John Klutts; ii James i A
King.- v a H V. ;; u Ql
L Stacy lw JomilFLea C A Lewterj
A A Lorance. ii;-. j
John W Jioyer, Jlenry - Moyer, Chris
Mahalev; Sussana 5iallard; Hi G Montfort
Sam: Marlin; John McLawrand;J or B Martin;
William L. Mitchell ; Mark 4 Mossj Paul
McRea J1 4. i lv ) I
O Elisabeth" Owens; James Owens i I
P-Thomas Phillips; Nathan Parks; Stewart
Perm Henry PowlisiJawoPeokT J ParmelleC
JRPond. '!: i V: l-.i;; ; :- f ' h'il I
R Tho P Roberts: Jacob R&len: Green
Redwine; Christian Rinehcart; E Robinson; J uh!n
Revellsi Wra: P. Stockton; Solomon Simons;
JohnjStewartv Mtehael Sinki James D Siniti
Sarah B Smith! GeotgeM Smith; innnunsj
John Siinm.ins; Sjrus Sharp; !' . . ; l
W J JJ Woods; David Wnr, J H WitM
erspoon; Wary West; lienry wmaers; caran
tvara, uacoo orinmgkoii, i.-ruku t wu. ;
3t. SAxMUEIi REEVES, r. W J
. : . UEXjAMiiif Fkai.v, . lip
Has removed Kjs Tailoring EstaWrshment to
the House lately occi pied by Mr. Sanioet
Fraley as a Cooleetionary IShon, which is a feyf.
doors above Mr.-Slanghter's. Hotel, and is now
prepared as usual,1 to aeconaodate all who may
favor him with theirj work. 1 He has just reci
ved from New-York and Philadelphia, the Latest:
v asnions, imported irom ixxieon ano raris, c
has a good number of first rate Workmen in his
employmenLTl I Ho f will I execute i work in 1 at
style; Superior?! bi imyf 'I Jin ! this part of
tho country, and Vrnl warrant it toht well. ; All;
kinds of Luttmg will be dene; on; short notice:
All orders for workVfrrnn a distance, will be puhc
tually attended to. He is an Agent of W ilsbq
and Saguezs of Ne w York, and alio, of Allen
Ward, of Piuladaplua, tM'ib&efar wDJ teacli
aay Tailor those systems; of cutting, wjo may
want his instruction. J He gretlelully retornf his
sincere thanks to hk customers and trteads or the
liberal patronage which they havebestowed upon
him; and hops that Jby anjtsttdaoiis aodstrict jatf
tentioa to his. businessrio merit its continuanc 1
jot7. iww, ij la owo. a
War ANTED: We will purchase aay narn4
y V j her of likely young Negroes; for the nexf
twelve months, for vrhich we will give liberal
prices in Cash.' f Any communicatiOa addressed
to either iof 3 at HcnUviUe, K.Carolina, j Will
meet prompt ajucntion. !
.; :;;, Im i. JARRatt,
' .1 .silin m jr.; glen.
January ' I9-U56 1 ;' j f j
THE Suhscriherf teniers ;hisl services to the
dtizens tJUabmyiand. its .vicinity, as. I
teaeher of the English Rudiments He trusts ihat
an extensive; pracucal acquaintanoe with this bi I
sines, will secure to him a liberal1" patronage. I !
m JAMES ARMSTRONG.
fTplltli publishers f the toraay; yoururr
tii . grate&fir acknowledge the ejtensiveaud
uBexampIcd fcatiooagel which they hare Teceiv
ei Scarcely: jeighteea inootha : kaw assed
smee the eumuceaeBt rflhew 4a,aDd the
list cfmlscnbers now exceeds fTeo ITwosaedi a
filet whicl skS&iently attests the highsstandiog
uhich the Cearfcr eajnysta abrie estmunon. .
tTUm !ah Saiarda? Courier is so -eoav
plehecstve aatOetxArace Tery variety. f topics
Which caa bis wtrodeced iatox-pabhc jouraal-
Ilterature-ScteneeB Arts or? iga
ileVtster cf passiiff evea-Ccm.
tipisms and betxahecU receive instant and
sidtilous attention; and the publishers do not hesi
tate to assert that ta the interesV s poyelty,- ap
priaienesA, diversity and general excellenceof its
contents, the Courier, may, fairly s claim 4rece-
deoce over any inuular popitcation.
mi 1 i..l J..un. rf tliM
paper is snp-
phed by original contributions from the best and
distinguished American; writers and se
lections carefully and juoiously made; froia the
whoie "ranged of egh:sh periodical Jiterature.
Vf hatever anjbe obtained, whether at home or
abroad, calculated to amuse, interest, or instruct,
provided it .be suitable, is procured land puW
lihed, ; without reference; to expense or
trouble pj: .: , 1 : - . - '
iln iumishing news, foreign or domestic, the
nublishera of the Saturday Courier have very
great advantages, and they confidently appeal to
the oast experience of their patrons to sustain
tttem in saying jthat they. have., generally been, in
this respect, in 'advance of their weekly contem
poraries. II I . . !
Th Sabrday Courier is at present the largest
newspaper,! unconnected wnn pouues, rpuuuaiicu
injthe Unitek.tates.- It isfrmted on fa sheet of
greaier size, .ana coniaiusj pjr acuwi uwuio
nuSnt, a larger amount of reading matter than
ary other weekly journal of a purely miscellane
ous character Notwimstandiugtha superiority,
the publishers, anxious not merely to merit but to
injure a continuance and extension of their great
patronage, have determined to increase the size,
and otherwise improve the Courier, so as to
mike it beyond' all question the largest, cheaoest,
anjd most desirable weekly paper in this country.
Fr this purpose, on the First of January 1833,
The Saturday Courier will be enlarcred by the
adclUion of foui columns in width, and a propor- J
tidnate increase in length, so that lt wul then
contain an amount of matter nearly to two hun
dred pages of a common duodecimo book. This
immense sheet! will be filled with the ehoicest
tales and poetry miscellaneous essaysi-extracta
from recent popular publications and all other
topics relating 1 to the literature of the times.
Besides the strictest regard to the agreeable, due
attention will 'be'paid to the useful, and all im
porltant facts, connectetl with ; the rise and fall of
stocks, tho fluetuation of the grain market, &&
will h" especially and carefully noted. ;
Various embellishments intended to adorn the
Cor'andjgrtify its patrons, are now in pre
paration, and these will form a part of the pro
jected improvements. The price, will continue
as heretofore two dollars per annumbut as an
expensive Iwt of subseribers, and 'punctual .pay
ments are both necessary to secure the publishers
against absolute loss, the price of subscription
must invariably be paid - in advance. This con
dition will dui all cases be insisted upon and
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posed to subscribe, to direct their orders covering
tbq necessary ; enclosures, as soon as possible,
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Pubz.isuED ar Thomas W. Pegcks ad
Jamxs M. Norhe&t.
THE principles of this paper will remain the
same as heretofore It will support the pre
sent Administration and 'will oppose the Jl
vicricak Svsfem and J unification, in any, and
eve;ry shapej For the Union, it will ever struggle;
and as lohr as freemeh are perimitted to speak their
ow i sentiments so long will ft cling to, and defend
it. To tyranriy, whether at home, or abroad,
to prosoriptkn to odious test Oaths, and to
standing Armies, and all those machines which
despotic power is wont to employ, it will offer
open, jearku and' uscotnpromis ing- opposi
tion. f; i ; . j, "i.
To those who think with us, and wish td
promote so holy a cause, we appeal for sup
port. 'i - ! ,' t - :
i The terms of the Paper are Three dollars; paid
inJvince, $3 50 in six months and$4 00 at the
and of the year.
I Any person j procuring six responsible subscri-
oers, snau do eawiea to a sevenm copygra
Camden, S. C; Jan. fst,1833
iutvc on liand neatly
4 lviwrtii itrxiAxni
contaiaing a covenant of seizin in addition to thai
usual .covenant of jauiet enjoyment .commonly
failed !a WarrantyJ There is a" considerable ad'
vantago to the purchaser in - this improved form,
as it enables him to bring a suit vosoon as he dis
eoyers that he ha obtained a bad title accor
ding to the usual form he i cannot sue the seller
untU ne has been ousted from his purchase by
suit This is worthy cf attention in those who
lay out money for land.., j t : r.
" We hayealso on hand Blajtt Deeds or
Tut, which will answer the conmon purpo
ses cf seeuriiig debts. ,
hk Line riaseel thronTi li e TcautlVnia-
gesof WilkftistJroTffli anl JeLTe xjn.ia Ashe
County ctoGsestLe BuxKisre the head of
Redy,s lUver, wrure'the (5an j$ Very tavoraMe,
and presents one of thj ttx! tnteresnng displays ;
of Mountain Scenery fhatth Soutliern country '
arTords. T.he Mages leave alem lor tiiotVest
immedtately after th arrival tff those frota Ral
eigh, N. C. and: Washington .City, and arrive
at bWn'sj X Roods til time for th Knoxville
Stas, At AVilkesboiough tVs line uranches
by i-dStage runauig' twie a- week to Moanton
passing by Fort Defiance, Vpths dclightfal Val
ieyl $fhe-yadki4..nJ - jt . 1 '
Bejorginz to the Snbscribers, running frln Sal
isbury? N. X. twice a week, intersects the above
mentioned Line at NV&kesborough -at Salis
bury; it meets the Chcraw and TUleJgh , Stages
and the Piedmont Linc-ie Subscribers also
wri i allACK. IJNE,iruaninff from -Charlotte
to StatesvUle twice a weekl All these Lines are
so arranged as to give; the traveler the heuefitof
, Persons wisbin to travel from the North to
the South-Westor West,er from East to West,
will find the Route by Wilkesborocirh, the most
pleasant, cneap ano expeuiuous. ue ouoscri
bers natter themselves that their aceommoda-
ti.ms will be exceeded by none in this cotintrv.
x neir oacnes are iorureru uaae. us teams
Wxt ratc, and their drivers accoroodatmel atten-
titef sxibervounff tnen.-1-Fare oav either; of the
Llnesor the whole extent Frre.tenti j mile--
Tnmuies, &cj, dui ine suDscriDcxs wu nut oo
j : . a a ' .!" . trt" t . 1 a u ,
aide for accidents. r - , . f
f I SAMUEt k DAVID NEWLANb,
. "j j.: ;;l 1 ,1 .PbFmtojt$..f
TTi ANAAVAY froml the subscriber, Ion the
XVnight of the 3rd instj TwoNcgroBojs hy j
the 'name of: . Tl f ' -j
Jim is a large stout fellow, about years of -age,
dark complectede his head is little grey: he ;lxad
on "when he Tun'away a pair of black princctta
pantaloons, a blue rouad -about coat and white for
hat, pretty much wurnr Solomon is rather light ,
complected and rather smaller than Jim, about;
sp years oi age: ne wore sway a pair cf brown
lihsey pantaloons, white Unsey coat and a black
fur hatith crape on it J Tho above Negroes
werd purchased jn Maryland a few weeks ago,
and I nave no doubt are tryinsrHo jret back. Th6
above reward wilfbe paid for-the apprehenaioo of
said Negroes in aay Jauun the state, and all
reasonable expenses paid, so that the VubscribeT
can get them, or by delivering them to Lewis
Diokins, my agent, near Charlotte.
T January , 1833 25. j
: VThe -Greensborough Patriot, The Oxford
Examiner and the Milton Spectator, will insert
this advertisement three times and ' forward their
account to Lewis Dmkias near Charlotte, N. C.
for settlement. ; I
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BOOT AZTO SSOll ST OH 23
ff ATING purchased tthe new establishment
JH. of Thomas Mull Jrl between the Mansion
Hotel and the Office of the Watcliman, will
keep" on hand a read supply of every article usu
al in his line of business! ; He will also- execute
all ordcirs Tor work in his shoe shop neatly ' and
promptly. His workmen are first rate Sc faithful
and his prices such as no one can - grumble at.
All work done in bis shop or purcliased from him
which may rip, be will repair gratis, j
December, 1st 1832-419 6m. j;
! T A TU S XIJLI JE? , J C.
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fin HE subscribers are opening at the Corner-
Jl house, lately occupied by I? alls & Simonton,
au excellent and general assortment of ;
Hardware, Qtttlery, Grocc-
j :: rles 4rc. j-j;
All of which they are determined to sell t a less
price than they bare ever been oflerod at in this
part of the country.' Those disposed to purchase J
are respecnuuy, lsviieu so can and juu"8 lor
themselves. H J ;
JOHN H. GARNER, itCo.
Slatesyille Dec. 18 JS32 23. j
npiIE trustees rcepectfully announce vpy ths
JL- public, that they hare succeeded ini renew
ing their engagement with Miss Amelia Thomp
son to take charge of this Institution. The
Scliool Twill go into operatiori again on the 15th
October.: ';. ,:; . , ; ; - .
7 The branches tanght m this Academy, are the
rudiments of English Arithmetic," geography.
History, ChrootJogy, . Philosophy, Mora and
Physical. iRbetoric. Needle Work.! Drawing
Painting, Music and the French Language.
A . i ' ' V.lMcBEE, l
- i A . feHOKE,. U , :
I C.1E. REINllARDT,
I JI RAMSOUR, i
J D. HOKE.
Way fassengets wiubcarged eiiLand a uar
tercenta. ' " ?Lf ' -
ICT Strict care will lw taken of a31 wssraere,
i w m &
, V Y, j tics ford, tincpln CtjbntM
gotleniry. the justly celcbmid Sa& ir
and breeder, Old JH Ujf ,J (fM
ilis dam, t full bldpded i njL '
gree can be traced to , many p itli
ditinguishhed Racci9 of their iay
SIR ARCHIE, his jreputitio! 4 fnj
his- colts .and hw,jdcsridafur1.1
cstablishedliit scarcely neceliryl $
any tiding at thej present day .i they)
South Carolina, Georgia nd Tciiacjk
the last htlecn ypara :!?:- 4? k; -j
, RIOT Ahanme Baye
inches w tbah-rfbnri years Poljv
Spring. ;.i Jt is expected thst ii rtli &
good breeder, as his fotm 'and ) olok?
; Jestmary 5,7SS3tf54
C5Tho Farmers1 -. an4
at lunarrotte, aisono uctuerioroton
tator, are requested to insert . the kbet
yertiseracot, i and call -on tho abov t
owetorsforjmpeosaUoa.j , .:
Eseish ta ptrclaso with
of Dry Gobdslthe above cuatthtitr;
and FlaX-Sced,tojeliveTed at-'pu Jif8
JUaCotto Gfia, OHsAilllil&iiriiP
m confplete operation, aod'Oustometa
SocV nersons a&l maytreier ihi(
Wheat manufacture, can bayeirax
piety and at atiy tune, as; cjatetTptwoli
ineuse thebest in the Stateaudear tnHln
to any in. the Southern-uitry;' : ThQ5 1
excellent water communication. o& the X.
oruu&y ana iuaiieaux rnnmng' roxn umf
to Weldon Ftottc and I otherh rj?o4uce! ci
seat down, the .river it any tmjen j i
I o the Western parts; of Virginu and
Carolinaand the ltem parts Jof Tl
this is the nearest point of, naVkration ' irli '
Atiantic-7-and the oompteuon pfthe la!l I
nexirau.irom veiaun to; fetersburg, ri I
water co jiounication already from NorfJLf
render Let syille af the-' head of a per;
nayigautn at the juncture cjfiljan ap4 &
Rivere, a ery important paint, to all tkip
oi counrry inn wui maae ir ma tew ycaac
ineciw:- ma marneia in we oiatc. . ;
THE Subscriber announces to thepulr
ally, and' heir ;3Bends pn&$W. ths
friends of the Hotel that she will -be ; b:
accommodate all who jmay tavar henri'i t
patronage. Slie assures them thai her tek'
shall be used t9 render ieasaht the enteric
of all such as iriaygcaltl Hit table will 1 1
plied with the best that the conn try
her Bar with the loicest Jioort. Ml l t
From the maay advantages which. tiiV
aflbrds, together withi anunreastngJ &
please, she flatters herself, lliat she will In
to reader to all the most ample satisfkc )
iCJThe Office of the Northern & Sf
tri-eeklv.Line nfStfT9; aLa that tS Y&
aw and Lincoln Lines, areat the : (
. 2XflL2TCI02T ZtOTSZA.-il
. Respectfully announces, to their Poblicffe
has just receiyed of Mcssra Wilson fit Sir
iew xork, the (j -. ,.: n
Fall and XlnterlFasWi
Which he has ho doubt, will pi ease his es
, He continues tujhay'e his work doai i
and fashionable style. It is beyond all lf&'
his CUTTING is superior to an jiatltfr
borhood. Ifts shop is bn. Itin Street, &
to' Dr. Burns. - ' f -j ,: -, ;j f
J NrB-i Heslso-tetorusbtt sioeen
customers and friends, for their liberal pN,
and hopos by a continuance cf. panels '
strict attention to his shop, to merit it .
j. ) Noyl0,1832 19 tf;! ll f
! &Two or thWJOURKET
LORST wanted immediately by thf Si
ber rrt-ij vrl.-v"i?r-:t''lj--13
' Tin a. ii7 osxiTtt I
ITS now in Salisbury, thopurpatftf
sll hi s new system of Pemarishipi to :Ces
and Ladies. By this method the pepu
deed be taught to fwrite a' decent hM
in three days, j This is the SfliaJfttisicf
Certificates to prove the fact can be
j Watchman Office, or at myRoumat! tw?
sion Hotel Persons i. wishing j lo tiw I.
shall be punctually attended tVao ) I
'moderate price. I Enqtare as directed .pjji'
1 . FcbroaryI5th,1333A30V- JJ liL
CBCyEZEIt DICKSON - j '
TTJESPECTFIJLLV, recnests -OfM !
JIS debted to him to'cems and ettte
: '. . ' i 1 - - ..is
cash oi note. Vy
fad to do so may expect to settle wii
Salisbury, Jan. 25 1833.
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