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' ANUTFOR THE PmTnf.
Jim Black wnp wvea w
1 Ws courtidg Betty Brawn
A maid who Hid a jam of jcfs
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'So Jimmy thti$ne tnortilng said I
V'jjear Betty most accomplished mail
Tlie laixest in the toe land JL
iTy r U . v 4 f j
Hear th I Jrnake - X-j t ,H ;
: ui$e pity now bestow j :
And pat I prat for mercy's aaka , ;
A;.'tomywoe.,. ''jv ! j
i A tou inay use y 1 -if
I'i rather die
by swora man uaui
hot words excuse, ij
;r My warm'
": A -wt'lrnniei
guest would be
ir.rfW determined tqBoW 1 I
1 a I- aloneforrfliev i
Ratber tban $enr your frown will I
' Embark upon tne ,j . .
Tor in a miuimte would I die , i .
Nor perish by '00- . ; ; . 5
m:' i .-r . i ;
JJat to the last your praise Hi a'mg ; s
li And througK jthe iwor Id yr nana? ihn tinff
fc'-Fr And soar above the .L
Thre's not a V Of our
: Could sho your . , :,
I'd better try to court the sand
Than all your worth to tall. .'
Uetty wt had a" feeling heart.
Not quite so lougn as leainer
for" the pnest to start
To them both logethe f
TH E DOM IN IE S LOVE. I ;
s. A SCOTTISH BALJ.AD. !
The Dominie's love ! she haih goudenhair,
- - And a bright blue beaming yc, ; , ,
:i ; nd her like jfll no meetwijT whera ! ,
:' v Beneath the bright blue sky. ' '
v , -( , $ "n
-I Tfie Dominie's ilove ! she hath rosy, cheeks, :
I I Ano a oonnji uirauico , &
And a vtitchin 'aeWi'n her smile that seeks
Thr hearts o!
men to win
ljvif she hath hinnyjips,
As if wet wii
? . ' :f
i U trae thm h like nectar sips, ;
The sweet, sweef kiss, I trow. ;
The Dominie'4 love hath a;svvan-ikd neck,
, And a jimpj
And, oh ! her
ir it hath been the: wreck
O' a tliousarid, hearts at least.
love hath a fairy, tread j
Oil ! her light atepbou.ndeth freeL-
And in the gla
n?e o ner eye tnere peams
Iwitchcry! i ;.;) .
love is a beauty rare ;
Ob ! she haitli a lily white han )
p.J r.v.ir' ijh o' hcr pliihtna vow,
As ony Knight in the.iand-I
4:; . au'i.
Onq d.iv a Jiiisiice much enlarfffd
On I ndstrvwhile he discharged
A thief from jail " Gowork,' bsaid, .
uiij. prrtht) learn sotne better trade ;
I ;:6r, marii my; word$, you'll fue if !';
' My trade i i good," replied Uie knave,
" As any main need wish to havq ;
:;' Aa lit tdh tsuweedd'ye see, I
15 ' The fault, jsirlies ,wihiru, not me-i-
"!'' You ?cni Hi me pfflsue Ul Jj
Front the Cincinnati Chronicle.
" v Eff'scts of Kissing inTorKojLibr- ;
jkOur legislature have had iquie t Jmima
teH debate upouj j the legal consequences of
ai married-man .Kissing dn Unroarrea; lady.
'As the "ainie qaftiori appears 1tojiave ten-;
ied 'ii co orviijiiate branch ofur bv(Drh4
;f int the Sujretoe judicial: frilSunal ;bf
"Ohio, and as there ate a great- many tnar-l
rie men; and iinsiarrie, .women- wjtbiri the
lirrjits of this, stite;" we deym it jadf isable to
f hotit e thi3 case! with some Lpartjcnjirty es-
f heclallyj as it rriust be borne .Jnj rjund that
;5gti-j antfa';iegiif' hem inem xciisat : ;. ! 1
i It appears in 1822, Mr Jeremiah iMoore!
Xn:iit U Ulliss PUly Proufth. ! Itjl82 Lthey
; begn to grow tired of each other, anid their
'm hairis daalli'lbsing .aheir silkelukre
the husban U, soon ' alter wards, j very ungal-i
'mi' jf Solicited jthe- Suprern Cpurtto grant
hid i a dtrpfce! from his said fwife Polly j
B j ?; Jtmmtne igisiative, debate to wnicli wo are
vyi.nng c ic-m u me oupiicsiiuu was re-:
3r -IHlii'the; paiticawercliyingj toether iii
Ut.r;te:Oimicabb 'thfyl pat-1
r :!r--Xtf'r 1 ' Va oartv at & nr.iohbnr'a limiWo.IwKili
A- H1 KJi m boI lapplo i WOri ! la
- ffiSrl -jWtt? oMti ofl
iL "S uresiae m com-
U .! . rm urawin
uiti" r 'U.i Am :L i
hert in his
? - mnv wiiu uuicio . ,mi.
htr T j a.w- iacxj oeiDg
5 rBTIIKI, ."
Ihe Su.nre,nc rt they
ifwi. , w,; Tr.ore'i nrairimonial
:K mm IFrom tlm it w to hy:jiniefdhat
common law auuwn."6 1
us$ uuraamed women
? SfUaa were liscussiu tliejcthic bfjissi
- ;wJ.:nd ipensuriusr the . buureme Court fot
l tlirdecisionls the matter is orjeoftvasi
irpbrtan.ce,ani as it affordsa finej f.el for
r crwWhes. lit is altocither iihcekaiti
s$ten oW augVM f legislfto wUlfeeturri tb
the body ol tneir conwieiiis, , .
! i t Mr Mdbrevnbi satisfied vijlitlif i aCisj
lr 4 ! iotvof Ue Snme Court,r ha appeal to the
Sf -I IH Icitslatirre anijat our last dateftt. juesf
KM ;l I r iiSn was faendinsfbefore t that V- body . I fTho
peaking of a! rout at tho xity of Washing
ton 8y8:if t!-.W"i - : ' 1 ' '
losrray.Jieart npon one pretty oiacK
cyerj girl but V ccpvcred it next raormng
aJterswa.Ilowing a-xouple,. oi : eggs ana a
cup'of coffee..'. . t.i - ,i. ,i
The well : lasted ; emcacyr otmo aoovo
remedy will 1 create a demand for eggs,
luxe. irtr swAina will po to ' robbing - lien
nesfs unless they arc closely vatcbecL
Lowtll Compch'd. ! , j j t
A Yktrk lady, and her son being on a
shopping expedition recently, were shown
a piece; of cloEi which the aalesman called
invisUti$grte$ the goods t were tot their
liking, aidtbjname they were j particularly
pleased with bltt the price was too great Ac
cordingly thejfj proceeded to the next stire
and having nv learned what was fashion
able, thd rstinquiry was madej lor misera
ble jpeekQh. no," interrnpted the moth
er dismal greens-Jacob, dismal green?9
1 1- - -;! " ; .
- A reward of one Joe? is offered to , any
one who shall apprehend a run-way negro.
of the name of ubig-nosed John." A Joe
Sot a John, isf quite fair. 1
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NEW MODproR PRESERVING PRbiP
' I i ERTY. . ! -
A man wasj 'charged at Bow street last
week, with breaking his household furni
ture to shive to save it from being taken
in execution.1 4 When told to keep peace he
said he meant to keep all the pieces which
the complainant, who was a piece-brok
er wanted to retain.
Female AbittTY. An ingenious Frencli-
man has calculated that the -space which a
Parisian belloT w ho is fond of dancing, tra
verses in the saloons or Paris, when only
performing pojtitra (anew, amounts in one
se&son td jour, hundred miles! tie has, al
so estimated that a French5 lady fond of
waltzing will spin around in one night as
often as the wheels of a steam-bbat revolve,
whilerforrhing the distance between Dover
and Calais! ' f Exeter News letter. !
Thin' rTomH Talking of thin women,
he Said, that, if lhey were young women and
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?im T Wet: bUttGr-
fiiw; but, if neither, of spiders, whose nets
wouiu never caicn nim were ne a ny, as uiey
had nothing tctripting.- Lv Bleistngton'sl
ng tempting. Lady
Conversations with. Lord Byron.
uHow do you conjugate, 'to marry as
keo a lively Blue of the Bachelor J)uke. MU
may appear gramatically strange," replied
his Grace, ubut that yerb 1 have instead of
conjunction alys rfecined." Jlge.
Jldpice Graft. -The other iday on the I
western circuit, pa eminent Damster was ex
amining an ol women, and, emleavering to
persuade:"her. tjiis'way 'pfthiriking by a
few. -'of what lasers call?ledingruestions."
After several attempts to mduco i her mein
ory to'recur tola - particulars fact a few,
Monrolw vMi rdmAmKor Vila" onrl (hcuvkln I
vou must recollect that" the witness an-
swered "I ha' tauld ye
ye know so much more
(pointing to the' judge),
I itxt tell ; but if
about it than I do"
"do'e tell Maister
JYew JtrttcU of Trade,--A trader in thi3
town. adverUsns?" Gentlemen's Bosoms." If!
he will sell Gentjemen's Hearts, the ladies will
patronise him .--Perchance the boaxns are fals:
Mans ceriainiysare at least, sj say tne wo
. Royal AiAwemmt. The Court historians of
thelday record that at the first dinier given by
the late King (then Prince Regerit) at ihe Pa-
Tinon, me ioiiowmg cuaracienstic iroiic was
was played off. The guests were select and ad
miring ; tlje banquet profuse and admirable; the
light lustrou3 and oriental ; the eye was perfect-
iy uazzieu wnn ;tne aispiay pi pute, am;ng
wm?h the great gold Bait cellar, brought from
1 i .- . t try i .
me reganam ine,; rower tor tnis esptcial pur
pose, itseii a tower ! stood conspicuous for its
magnitude. And now the Rev. . the
then admired Court Chaplain, was proceedim?
with the grace, when, at a signal given, the
ights were,8nddenly.overcasti and a huge trans-
parency was aiscovered, in wiucn flittered in
golden letters Ir
Imagnoe ; the confusion of the guests: the
George and carters, jewels, bracelets, moulted
on-me occasion i ine lans uropt, and were
i ' ; & mi
up the next morning by the sly Court
pages. M rs. iiita-wnat's-her-name tainted, and
the Countess ot holding the smelling
bottle, till the good humored Prince caused har-
mony to oe resxorea oy caning in iiesn canals,
and declaring that the whole was nothing but a
pantomime hoaxJ&rot up by the ingenious Mr,
Farley, ofCoveni Garden, from hints which his
Koyal Highness himself had furnished, True
Muscular strength of Insccts.--The muscles
oi some insects are mucn stronger in proooTUon
10 ineir size tnanitnose ot urge animals, a
- 4 i .7
nmmu unuyicma ecvunu
If a horse were ta travel at the same relative
speed, the Fresidf nt'a Message might have been
Carried from Washington tO IS eW lurk, in about
an noar: v eraine muscies oi a man capaoie
oi toe same exertipns as tnoseoi a nee. we should
want no boats to; carry us across the Delaware, Circuit Court of the United States for this Dis
but We would ski j over from Philadelphia; to met, for;, the discharge of 5 Dr. AVatldns from
tamden ; as we do across the gutters in the
MademoiseUt .Celeste. We insert asutheat-
rical curiosity, the following calculations rela-
uv la tne performances ot wis justly ceiepratea
uieio-aramauc j actress, juaaemoiseiie celeste
has performed in one year, the French Spy 200
limes ; the Wfrard Skiff 150 times !; the Dumb
Brigand 100 times; and acted in fifteen other
pieces all writtenjexpressly for her She has
danced in them it tbis year 600 dances ; fought
626 combats jfchanged her dresses 1501 times;
has performed at ght different theatres in Lon
don , on several opcasions at twK on the ame
urn t-, uv mi wu occasion v . mree ainerent
theatres on the salme eyning : has j had thirty
Ui-nhU all gbp $ pel formed at twenty-eight
theatres in, Enhnd ; three in Ireland, and
three in ScotUnoJ ; and for the year! 1832 has
Tecetyed ,120her-service8. During her
late enagemexit in Liverpool upwards of 5,000
persons were enable to gain admittance to the
theatres. In Amenca she , performed in all the
theatres, and travelled more than 10.000 miles.
Exchange. ss This popular yonag 4ady is itevr W
her Slstyearfis anatitejof paria,tnl was ch
eated at tho Grand Opera Liverpool paper.
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On Wednesday eVening. at tbebenefit of Jim
Crow, two wreaths, one of laorel and I the other
of roses; were thrown to him from the boxes, in
the true traDjauanuc styiewr.' ijrow 6elect-
ed tha f rosirfeath! as being jthe tnost grate
ful to hisMsqal aH4 cJlact organs rlie bow-
ed his' heartfelt thanks, pressed theiflowerr tio
phy to his breast, and t&en placed it upon r bi3
woolly ciDuttii the m i
such are the triamphs of genius, and the benefits
arising from jumping Jim urowi tiis; appear
ance, when sat mounted with the ciric' coronal
was pictoreue,remindibg one xf King' Joliba
Jolapa i in his glory, : and 'drew down applauses
long ana loua irom ; me ; graxiaea aucuence
Ufow himself r is a man ot talent in more wars
than one,' as was' evinced by the classic .attitude
struck by him to receive ithe homage of the pufP
lie. He rings his way to New! York,? where,'
it is obe hoped, morel wreaths may. yet be
oe Guinea. rennsyivanum ; r t
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i . Extraordinary Rail-way Ptrformsneti.
On the occasion: of t scientific g entleman , htel
visiting me Liverpool ana lancnesier ran-jway
ne very s exrraorainary ; penoriaances were ei-;
(ected.j On two occasions,' i load amounting to
one hadred tqrii was drawn; by one engine jfrom
Liverpool b 3ancheter a distance' ii about
thirty milejh'an hour and a half, being ak th
average rate ,t twenty miles an h.-ur. : An eight
horse wagon oW;a common iroao is capable of
canying oaljjht tons'; a ijfy. Con8juintIy;
it would take One hundred horses! working fr
one day on a tirhpike road to! perforin the samq
work as was : here- accomplished! by a single;
st6am engine to!an hour and a haif on thejrailii
road, it is said that no lormer penomance on.
thf rail-road had come hear this result. Liver-"
per Paper ;
Splendid Carpet--We have this week seen
one of the -most! beautiful cay pets ever i made . inJ
this country. t;is tnanuUctured by.Mr. lianbuf
ry, of Mirfield and measure seth yards by
six, without a seam ; it is made in the same
manner as the celebratiwl carppts made at Tour
nay , in France, entirely by ndle work ) it is
of very great thcltnesfij and fbas a surface likei
velvet. The ground-rWork is a deep purple,1 and
a magnificent pattern, poiripied ' of the most
beautiful flowers; in colours at ince
delicate.: is 'worked upori i. We
seen so tasteful iorsplondid almanufa
acture off the
Kva' h Pfice;olthearpet lis. eighty guineas,
? " y f l,a. t mi. uanoury is ueiy to
n s tho V.lrohM ti.rnut rrn nnfoifnra t- moat
vieingwith the; French in beauty and durabUity,
can be afforded for jess than half the price
I' i r i:. !l:Mr--"l1 I Leeds Pa
Charles Gel Olmsted, ;Esq. who is a can
didate for Cingress in one. of the districts of Ten
nessee, has addressed the people of; hatVdistrict
at several public meetings and in a written and
published circular, placing his claims to their
suffrages, chiefly, if hot exclusively on his zeal
in favor of temperance, and his determination to
do all that may be in his power to put a stop to
the importation and domestic! manufacture ot ar
dent spirits.; ; lie is very hearty and zealous on
the subject, and says-r- i l ! !
4My great object is the overthrow of the cn
emy. i et H lame and distinction were my only
object, I do not know a theatre to be prefered-to
the one whose boards I am now maiding. Elect
mo nn tha rri tininljio - frrttiil
and the news
winH In . thn rn
would fly on the wins of the
molest corners ti the &nion; Pulpits would re
sound with it v the public press would teem with
it ; an impetus would ne given to public opinion
that could not be checked other districts in other
States would attempt to vie with you, determin
ed not to b4 far behind in this glorious race. I
say again, elect me on these principles, and I
would look, not'with contempt, but with indtffer-
encf, on the presidency There is no place in
the gift ot this or any other people, I would ex
change for; it. Think of the' honor you wouid
confer upon yourselves. I sly,! the third time,
let ine be electajf m these principles, and no one
of my supporters, will ever regret jhis vote, al
though 1 might betray my; trust, or be foand in
competent to the task imposed. In whatever
part of the Union he may 'travel thereafter, It
the fact only be known, and 111 j the people will
point, and say "Thero goei one who voted for
the first temperance ticket.'!
Supreme Cout pafe, Tabids Watkvn.
We stated, some days ago that it; was the in
tention of the Counsel of Doctor Watkins to in
stitute further proceedings; in this case. Since
then, .we understand that Messrs. lirent and
Coxe have failed in an application! to the Su
preme Court to obtain its opinion as to the points
upon which the Court was divided, and that they
were informed the Cou rt refused td gi ve its opin
ion because theCdivision wasfuf such a nature as
would require tjie Judges to give separate opin
ions. This novel state . of the case leaves not
only the Counsel of ; Doctor Watkins, but the
puoiic, ln aarKuess, as to tne opin'on ana am
sion of the Court, upon the various points made
in this lrnponant case. VVes aloj have under
stood, that the Counsel have; abandoned the : in
tention of moving the Court to reinstate the rule,
for the purpose :of aiguing ffa effect a division
m the Court, upon an application to be disciiarged
on a writ of Habeas Corpus. il having been in
timated, that the practice of the Supreme Court
was always, in both !i civil and criminal cases,
to refuse fa rules where the Court 'was divided.
The opinion of Messrs ! Brent and j Coxe was.
we understands that where the Court was divi
dec upon an application, tor a rule l like that in
l ai&iuo o uu?Tj kiu uTViaiWfi4iu xiJguu atit hid
i practice oi tne common iew enuuea me party
to his release, it being in hpor of Liberty. A
fortiori, they argue, such practice ought to ex
list in thiA.nntrv nA nif.t nnr farm nfOr.rprn.
ment. We are, however, authonxed rta state,
that an application is ' about beiny made to the
hig second alleged illegal imprisonment, and as
that Court is supposed to have, beyond- any
.own writs if illegally ssued,' the Counsel feel
J confident of success. I We' forbear, for the pre-
i sent, any lunner comment on me dse.
HARD TIMES IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
The following is from one of the latest C harles
ton papers : ; . i 1 ;,i , :;t
We learn that 35.000 was offered and re
fused, on Wednesday last, for old ;Bertrand,(a
running horse.)' ; !This sum is exactly teathnea
as much as was: given for himf! by. his present
tAvper, Mr. LTndleyjf of Kentucky, who bought
him from Col Spann.' the day alter hi great race
with Aratus and Creeping Kate, !
The venerable James Uadison completed his
eighty-third year on the 5th instant.
EXECUTED AT THIS
.Running from I Salem, ! JV
House in Virsrbita three times a week
u 'MlKt endback
nnritS.tirie starts from Salem evehf Monday,
JJL Wednesday and Friday at 5 o'elock, A AI."
and arrives at Wythe5 Court Court-Honse at C
o'clock P. Mi. the next day. At the sarnie hour
that the Sigps leave Salem, j they : jalsri laave
Wy tho Cburt-Honse and arrive at SaJcin at
5 crclock P. M. on . Tuesdays, Thursdays j and
SatnrdaysL jThis Line is so arranged as tocor-
respond in its arrivals at Wythe j CourttHouse,
with the-arrivals of the Great Lines Jeaidirb:
through tlie valley of Virginia -lt also j corres-
pona in its am vais at , v yme vourwtouse witn
the anivals of a tri-weekly line rdonins' between
that place and the Salt Sulphur the Red Sulphor
and Whitef Sulphur Springs in VirginU,! which
has been I lately established. At ! Salem it
corresponds with the arrivals of Smith's Pied
mont Line,1 and ihe Ralekrh Line, both of which
run three times la week. The whole of ; this
trip is perflrmed in the. day , time. The; Route
passes within at mile of the Pilot! Mountain
through Bethania Bethabara by I Mount Airy,
crosses the Blue Ridge at Ward's ; Gap,
ffoes by , Poplar Camp Furnace and! the Lead
Mines of Wythe and affords some . interesting
scenes to those that adnuW the sublimity of na
ture. The, accommodations of diet, lodging4 &c.
are excellent and cheap. lTie subscriber best
tates not tci recommend his teams and drivers
as first rate. Hfs coaches are most axceiient
being newjy procured from Troy, New York.
Fare through the whole route 5 dollars way
passf.nsrera.IS4 cents a a mile i j . I J j I
ICP 'Hie utmost care and attention will be
naid to bagase and other things entrusted to
his care, but the Subscriber will not be liable for
accidents. I i . ' ' !'.i
Feb. 1838. 31.
The-Constitutionalist, at Raleigh. The
Camden Journal and the Georgia Courier will,
insert the above six weeks and ! forward their
account to the proprietor at Mount Airy, Surry,
CO.N.C. 1 i - A
THIS line of mail coaches leaves Dan
ville every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day mornings at 2 o'clock A. M. and 1 arrive at
The subscriber has also established an accom
modation line of ! , .
From Warrentob, N. C. via Weldon , and , the
Rail Road to Petersburg, V a. Passengers by this
line will leave Warrenton every Mondays j Wed
nesday and lb nday mornings, at 5 o'clock A. M.
and arrive at Belfield same days at 4 o'clsck and
leave Belfield next morning and arnve at , .Pe
tersburg by 2 o'clock P. M.
Leave Petersburg every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 10, A. M. and arrive at Belfield
same days, leave Belfield every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday mornings at 6 o'clock and
arrive at Warrenton by 2 o'clock P. M.
The:8ubseriber has made this arrangement on
account of the almost impassible situation of the
roads. As;. soon as the Roads permit, and
the Rail Road Company receive their! other
locomotive engine, a different arrangement will
be made so as to give greater expedition.
The subscriber has procured splendid
Carrying Nine passengers inside and five out
side. This line! forms a connection with the
Roanoke line from Warrenton to Danville, wlrifh
departs Immediately after the arrival of the ac
commodation line from Belfield, and arrive at
Danville every Tuesday, Wenesday, and Fri
day, by 6 o'clock, P. M. Persons travelling
South or South-West, will find this route as
pleasant and affoarding as many facilities as most
rou.s in the Southern Country. This line
forms a connexion with the South Westerh line,
from Ffederickpurg to Lexington N. C. and
the Piedmont line at Danville from Washing
ton City, td Jtfitledgeville Georgia.
;! FARE1 r :
From Petersburg to Danville, 10 Dollars.
Seats taken at the oflice-'ofthe Rail Road
Company, Petersbnrg, also, at Mr. Bellamy's
Fare from Warrenton to Petersburg 5,
i ; JAMES W. JEFFREYS.
Feb. 23, 1833. 6t.
The thorough bred Horse,
HldDT, i !
ILL stand the ensuing season at Bca-
" ties Ford, Lincoln County. He vras
gotten, by the justly celebrated Race Horse
and breeder, Old
His dam, a lull blooded mare her : pedi
gree can be traced to many of the most
distinguish bed Racers of their day. As to
SIR ARCHIE, his reputation and that ot
his colts and their descendants are so well
established, it -is scarcely necessary to say
any thing at the present day, as they have
been amoriff the most successful distance
Horses in the States of Virginia, North and
South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee for
t the last hlteen yeara -
RIOT is a hanasome Bay, five feet three
inches in I height -tonr years old next
Spring. It is expected that he will make a
good breeder, as his form j and blood are
good. Particulars made known in due
time. i '
f ! i H. G. BURTON,
H i R. H. BURTON.
Janunary 5,1 W33 tf54 !
frsm lhet armers' ana aimers Journal
at Charlotte, also the Rutherfordton Spec
tator, are requested to insert the above ad
vertisement, .and call oq tho above named
li? v u M 'orm "intcrs'o
frathe United StatcM H whom Uiev hari
long been tudividually known as vcsteblish
ejd Letter Founders, that tliey have formed a
copartnership in said bbiicss, and hone from
their united aktll 'andiexiensivo'periracei
to be able to give full satisfaction to all who
may layor'tbern wuh i rtfers. x , .
The introduction ornchincry , in place
oi uic teqious f ana junriealtby process' of
casting .type by hand lqnga desideration
liy the European; and American Founders
was, by American 4nenmtyi "and a heavy
xenditure of tune ajid noney on the part
oT6ur senior partnerj firt sticcesslully ac-i
cpmpJished, Extensive psc of the machine!
casl letter, has; fully tested and, established
sp$eriority in every particular over that cast
by ho old process; ji I ! l j
I The Letter or Funptery)uisnes5 will here
after Bocarried on hyj the parties named;
under the firm; of White; Ilarger &. Co;
teir specimen exhi$ts ji complete series
froth Diamond f to Sj 1 4 lines Pica. The
upoK ana tne news type Being m the most;
modern light and style.. - j
!j-Thite, JIargar& -.po. jire agentsfbr tho
saio ot Uie Smith KUsMPnnting Presses
winch they can furnish to their customers
at the manufactures' piicel. Chases, Cases,
Composing sticks. Ink, and every article
used in the ; Printing Buisness,Ior sale
aod furnished "on short notice. Old type
taken in exchange for njew at 9 cents per
pound. . ; l -j -
News paper proprietor who give the
above three insertion will be entitled to
Fv Dollars in such i articles as they may
lect from our specimen.!
1 : '. '" I . I E WHITE.
H ; :- I XfM HAGAR,
FALL AND WIMTEU
HORACE Ifi JtE&REm
nuaiy announces to the Jf ublic that he
has lust received of Messrs Wilson Sc Satmez. of
..Tj m. viiiv, inn
fall and White Fashions,
WJitch he has no doubt, yill please his customers
ffe continues to have ins frork done in a neat
and fashionable style. If Is beyond all doubt, that
his CUTTING is supfriorto any in the neigh
borhood. His shop is on . Main Street, next door
to Dr. Bums. ;
N;B. He also returns his sincere thanks to his
customers and friends, for then liberal patronage
and hopes by a continuance of punctuality and
strict attention to his shop, to fnerit it further.
(INov. 10, 1832 194-tf.I
FTwo or three JQURjTEYMEN TAI
LORS wanted irameditel by the Subscri
berll , I H. B.
ir . , : -
THE subscribers are ctoening at the Corner
House, lately occupied; by f alls & Simonton,
an excellent and general assornent of
i 2Q)ry (Soods,
Hardware, Ciifleryy Grocc
I ries &re.
All of which they are detrmined to sell at a less
price Ithan they have ever-been offered at in this
part of the country. Those deposed to purchase
are respectfully, invited to call and judge for
I JOHN ILGARNER, &Co.
Statesville Dec. 18, 1832-423.
Tailoring It cm oval.
TTTks removed his Tailoring Establishment to
AX the House lately occupied by Mr. Samuel
FraleV as a Confectionary Shop, which is a few
doors above Mr. Slaughter's Hotel, and is now
prepared, as usual, to accommodate all who may
favor him with their work. He has just recei
ved frpm New-York and Philadelphia, the Latest
Jr a3hions, Imported from London and raris, &
las a good number ot hrst,rato Vvorkmcn in his
employment. He will; execute work in a
style, Superior to any in this part of
the country, and will warrant it to fit well. All
kinds of Cutting will be done j on short notice
All orders for workfrom a distance, will be punc
tually attended to. He Man lAgent of ilson
and Saguezs of New ork, and also, of Allen
Ward, of Philadelphia, and therefore will teach
anyTailor those systems Hof utting, who may
want hs instruction. He; grejetully returns his
sincere! thanks to his cusiomers find friends for the
liberal patronage which they have bestowed upon
him, and hopes that by antassiduous and strict at
ten lion vo njis ousincs, ux jueru 119 cuauuuiace
: ! Abv. 24ffJ 1832 18 6mo.
TARES this method of informing the inhabi
tants of Salisbury, that she intends open
ing a School for small children, on the first
1onday in February, at the house formerly oc
cupieo -Dy inexujv. x iiouias ,jtui.
Hiving been for manyyeara accustomed to the
business of Teaching, she eonfi(jently expects to
give enure paiisiacuon, iq mc$e persons v. no
may confide their childrea to Iter care. As the
School is expected tow consist ichiefly of young
children, her attention' wijl be principally direc
ted to Spelling and Readidg ; but to these suffi
ciently! advanced, Writing, Arithmetic, Gram
mar. and Geography, will be tapght also.
TJSRJtfS $3 per quarter, or where, two or
three are sent from one fimily something less
will be -charged. Personal who find it inconve
nient tq pay Cash, may mke payment in any of
tnose articles, wnicn are cuauiioujy ic-juaiic m
the consumption of a family.
January 2C3w27 f ' .
' -H ' I !
THE Commissioners appointed by Governor
Swain, have this day opened theii Book
of Subscription for Stock- in the capital of said
Bank, agreeably to the directions in his procla
mation, at the Store of ThoinasiL. Cowan, Esq
in this Town, where it will bal kept open the
tmieMpresCTibed-Pereons wishing to sub
scribe for Stock in this Institution, are desired to
call at said Store and enter their names.
D. F. C ALU WKLL,
IL H. ALEXANDER,
"ink T?TT"f irirr rs w -ir .
" 1 '
sures, amusements, fashfHs$nd
erf life, the subscribers .lS fM
persuasive encoqngulSN 1
deemed impchant toLfiSHe
riitictans, meoIqgianS;nd iMl
country, have each UielfseparafeSl l
ike that or Dlphcs) p)!i!
their seyeral opmions aDk bter WM
tri find but few puhlicatiorisj of a plrIi
iiuci&i . emoeusnmcmt oi romant
of iu propensities enjoyment, the
pleasure, and . indulleuce. and
eulcr into foUiea,is to dol what oliP
no more improper to ret
.y VK V
Pleasure, "says the
chieftain ir vb.iSJSM i
correct the mai
some, yet n is literally; tjruc, for tie !ocP
tainly takes Measure in khe exerci
u-uin ; ine .merchant and mechanic M
several branches of employment rtH
of lettsrs in his books :i SN
chases the hare or attends tbi ring 1
is only pupuing pleasai la fconuC
hw natural or cultivated tat I ' -
and to nleasAall i'r'tk..lM. J1
internftti n J '
the feehngs or disturbing the prejudic k .
The language will be allays chastejo?'
Life, gatheredxfram thf everyiai
of the World. Tlipatrpei AT
fashionable places of resort, iaiMeit!
K..o uuuwsj wnue me p ports ot Hie f
ing,and the Pit, of the Fisher! mlW
will engross no iiKxinsidejrable portioaf
rhe proceedings of the;Courts civil
minal will, as far as possible; be 'gfeiHP
raaiiersoi mterereat occur; and nwry'
those of the Police; where Life, in altiffl
v,"uu"ub' J wiamuj fourirajc(S f
also the intention of Uie !lwitors,v to ffii
Considerable portion of each rrr t ! thJ'A
lation and disemmaijon of th neurm ei ii.. ..
brief and faithful record of all important M
... m. oumiuAiiai iurm wnicn win cki
events condensing a large mass into I caci
With theso intentions, full v and. fiirif J
claimed, and with te mct perfect; gcol It?
wwaras oar co-laborers in the sime, t jaU
we present ourselves before ah enUhtacl 4J
aa canuiaaies ior uieir gqurocaiti
smiles. ! ' "l.i ! ,! , , " .iU- si
WILLIAM T, PORTli
james hqwei l 1
tdp' Postmasters, and other Gefetlemi '-h
will act as Agents for our paper, by m
notice, can have forwarded to them! Subsci;i
Papers and extra copies. : ' . i.!! vt 'a;
C7 Gentlemen can be : iumished l
specimen No, by forwarding their names l
eipense. . , j . - .1.- , .; '; ". fni
t'CT Editors inserting; our - Prospectus t'SA
jtitle themselves to a free Exchange, vJ
favor will be thankfullv reciurocated. i i
Apm the 17; 18
ICT Subscriptions will be, received it I
fJUice. i i. , ti
ax a way trom the Subscriber .a.
last, a negro man liamcd "
aged about forty years he is upward a
feet high, strait and.well fwrncd llicj
plexion is a light black, his face -it-long
and his features very prominent k,
a very intelligent man and may hive f
cured a certificate ot freedom. It aj
licved that Uus fellow is making! k i
for Charleston I will give the abore 1
ward of twenty dollars to any one wb'1
;deliver the said nero at tbc, Mice
UibA MAnnvtr tv
at Charlotte N. C. tind ai reasocaiiv
Iward to any one who Will lodge bm
jail ana. give me ; immeuiate nouc?
Of I- : i' ft: '
' . W3I. b. IlENDEPiO
i Bnndletown, it urke county, )
February 2, f 1 833, J
ANTED We Will purcbP
ber of likely yottngNegrort ' Hltt.
twelve months, for. which we will - pI ;
prices in asn. Any cornmunicamw -
to either of us
at Hnntsnlle, .-..m-
meet prompt attention.
j January 19 tf26
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JL teaenmy system renn'Ms
lurmsnea oy pying inesmaiipu. y
r i .11 Lm i II'!
Jars per Tight by applying to mc; -r
JameaCamobeU & AJFeimsvr,
William Swaim, Grn8borcigb,
Col. E. D. Austin, Rowan co.
John C. Palmer, Salisisiy.i
John C. Blum, SalemJ
Nathaniel Parks. Lexaisrtoh.
Benj.S. Kbg, Raleigh, NYn s0
Salisbury, Feb, 21st, 1833-23-
fflHE Subscriber 'j
1 citizens of Salisbury! and Its
teacher of the English IWk1 1
an extensive pracucai acuain"
mess, will secure to him a hbetJr
pivAuws oi support ormanif f .1
New-oik coraniuuiiyrit iih
; Io presenting this MW-candidite &Li
patronage to the public, X is ; the int
publishers to render it a- inttfrtrin.&J:,
A l I
TH corrcspfejent of v tho h FenlvaAiajj
In5osoathiei yerespjd by aactionb the
dropnetors for compensation
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