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From Vie JSeto York Evening Post,
The homan mind thai lofty thioj!
The palace abd ibe lhroe
Where reasua tiis, a seeptered tirjr,
? And breiihes his jodgmeot lone.
Ob ! who with ilent stfps shall trace .
The borders of that traooted place
Not in his weakness own
That mystery and marvel bind
That lofty thins the bomao mind 1
'he homan heart that restless thing I
The tempter and the tried ; ,
The juyoas, jet the eoffertofr
The source of pain and pride!; - :
the gorgeous throngedthe desolate I .
' The beat of lore, the lair of hate
Yet ao ve bless thee as tboo art,
Tboa lesiless ihin the homan heart !
The homan soul that startling thing!
Mysterious and sublime!
The angel sleeping on the wing,
Worn by the scoffs of time
The beautiful, the veiled, the bound,
The earth enslaved, the glory crowned,
The stricken in its prime !
From beaten in tears to earth stole.
The startling thing the human soul !
And this is man Oh ! ask of him;
"i i-The gifted and forgif en j
While oVr his vision, drear and dim,
The wrecks of time are driven,
If pride or pastioo in their power.
Can chain the tide or charm the boor,
- Or stand in place of heaven! ; 1
He bends the brow, he bows the knee 4
Creator ! Father ! none but thee I"
JOHNi C?. i P AI-3ER:
acknowledffes himself to he indebted to a person
tefore evidence, after ibe eijf ration ; qf the pert
od allowed for the collection U a debt then the
Claim is valid ; otherwise it mnst depend entire-
iy on the honor of the debtor! Griffin vas aware
that he had ihe ataffin hta own band, and he
determined to ' use it HejooW epeais oi nia
( obligation to Hardin with perfect freedom when
no one was present ; ? aeicoowieogea ma iqd orm
iru justly doe, and declare hs intenUon of paj
totr it erentnallv : bot mkiouined the moat ob
stinate silence when they were in company with
a third person. Experience is the prsphet of
events. Hardin was finally convinced that
GrifSn meant to cheat him pat of the money ; I ja ; Gold Fob Chains and Keys
and with trne Yankee aagtcity, aetjaooui con
triving some plan to oatwithis neighbor. He
called oo Griffin one Qcrniog with hia sleigh,
and invited him to take a ride.. Daring their
tide their old topic, the note, was introduced.
" Why really, friend Griffin,? M it seems to
me that yea ought to pay that 500 dollars; it is
no inconsiderable aoa fbri a; farmer to lose. To
he sore, I have no legal claim on joo, but time
has not removed th moral obligations
I will pay too as soon ai 1 can make it con-!
enient,Msaid Griffin. ? Urn, ujoi aayi ajost ow f0T Cash, oi bnly jsix mohtbs credit, al
debt, and yon shall have thejmoney.'f ! I which time, interest wll be! charged. W
Emporium of Arts fijjScierices.
ALMOST daily arrivals of: Books and Sta
Al tionaiv at the! Great HallJ of Science.
Amdng the variety are the? following new ana
valuable works s' ! 'j T J
Skrihesof the1 Greek and Romsn Poets; from
Homer to Trfnhvdofns f I
History of the! Harvard University
HAS another new snppiy or uoia ana oiiTer f-w . tUi;:Miv.rM Chailea Botta
WATCHES, Pjjm English and French History of thejAmericaiV ar Charles Bona
Piosand Finger Ringl.jSilvet Bntter Knives.
fatent ana piaiq renciis, loom ticks, rw
Chains, Spectacles and Thimbles, Steel and gilt
I Fobi Chaida' and Keya.
;.'!.f Atfeo-;-. .
A VERY FINL AND LARGE ASSORT
MENT OF 1RAZ0RS AD POCKET
AND PEN KNIVES,
by different njaters,?aid otker articles nsnally hanp
keot bv Jewellers. I ah or wnicn win oe aoia
done faithfully and punctually-
Salisbury, May y, 1839 1140
" intend to, and; no tbabts to yoor honesty,
neither," replied the other. J " Mr. Derby, yoo
bare heard sufficient for your purpose' !
As bespoke, a hogshead vlhicb lay in the bot- -RoffrViTif llhTinrr ft ftrnrftrifts.
torn of the sleigh suddenly cdllapsedand theper j j bp p' i frr .j O . J
son ot a oeacon oi ine panso presenieu uson iu i ju$i received ffriffr saic wnousaic y reiait.
reaSt i vfJiPmbbucj iwi, wmu
Mitrnrnr I imn ! i
Sketches orLohdori by the anthhr of Beach and
Bar -ME i i" ;
Voyage round jtjbej World by Re
RUtifa of Ireland ! i i
Whigs and Delnocrats of loveipf no Politics
AH new poi(SaUons regalaEly received as
soop as pablisbildi j V Sj "
A larse collection of SchooliQoofcs always on
lAt the fttirihlCanlinaWook Store,
andUor sale at reduced prices, hy . .
TURJSEli & HUUHM.
the eyes of the awindliog debtor.' Griffin pid
the note without further evasion.
t ! i
publici that he has
I A NAME IN THE SAND.
Alone I walked on the ocean strand
A pearli shell was in mj hand,
I stooped and wrote opon the sand
My name, the year, the day ;
As onward from the spot I passed ,
One lingering look behind I cast,
A wave came rolling high and fast.
And washed my lines away.
And so, methooght, 'twill quickly be
With every mark on earth from me !
A ware of dark oblivion's sea '
J ; Will sweep across the place
Where I have trod the sandy shore
Of time, and been to be no more;
Of roe; my day , the name I bore,
To leave no truck or trace.
j The Subscriber informs th
for sale, at his Nurseries 1 di
in .000 trees of this Morosl
are superior to cottjnzs without roois to propa
gate from. His prices shall be the market price
of the article in the North Ind elsewhere. He!
also has a large stock of Fruit Trees, consisting
of Apples, Pears, I Peacherf, Plums, Cberriesi
4'C. being selectioni of the Pbestj American and
European fruits, all of which are grafted or in
oculated, and in healtby, growing condition. !
I will have trees delivered in goyd condition,
at any reasonable distance from j Lexington, say
75 or 100 miles, fit amount! of orders will justi
fy it,) for which I will change the bsaal price of
battling. It will be well f4r those? who wish to
obtain trees, to eret the Catalosoe of the Nurse
ries, which contains prices, JU wil) be sent grat
is to all applicants, the 'postage being paid.
Communications will be promptly attended to.
Direct to Lexingtpn, N. C I !
1 CHAULEo MUCK.
Lexington, N. C. Sept. 6, 183$.
SrTh pieces Cotion Bagging, 42 to 44 inches
I SOMli Bale Rope,,
i SOjKegs Na'ila I
j ! 40 Bags Coffee,
j 18 Hhds. Spgar,
-! lOOOilba Loaf do.
500 lbs Spring Stel,
53jpiii Eppjlic Springs,
20 large1 covering' Hides,
500; lbs: Blister Steel,
1 44 Bottles Tonic M ixture.
500 lbs sole Leather,
10Q Kegs White Lead,
. 1" ! shy s T f
! By Jl & y. MURPHV.
Salisbury. Sent. 20. !839-tf8
h ' -I - ii i A ZZ Rub, Loaf Sugar, Varnishei. Sand Paper.
ttr n tntirtU arOUnit J GUss Ware and! Bottles, Lemon and Ginger
V.i.inHf . Tlb, XXrrA Ma Pinttc Irnn anA Cnmi).
lerm, Mortars and Pestles, Candle fWick, Blacking
1839. Lee'e, Dean's. Djott'i, Andesoa's, Hooper's
Milly Edmonston, : j 1?elWloa for Divorce
, ! C and Alimony.
TT Appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, delson's Congh (Dops Snurl Boxes Spices, House has been thoroughly
J3TEDICWES,;DYE STAFFS, PAINTS,
JLjI. Oils.iSufiej Tobacco! 5pari3h JDigara.
Capdles, R!bei:Staeb.- Soaps! Rerfumes,fBrush-
es. lnstrornems. irasie uoaras.rr ine x-enei uu
Wranoinff Pater. Ouills. Ink, (Drawing Paper
anj Paints, Madeira, Teneriff Malaga, Port,
Sherry, Champaign, Muscat and Claret Wines,
French. Peach and Apple Brandy, Gin, Monoo
crariala and old Whiskev. Jamaica and N. E.
Superior Court of I Zaw, August
THE SUBSCRIBER HdVlFQ AE
MOVED HIS SHOP TO TUi
BUILD IJYG FORMERLY
, KtfOWXAS THE
I POST OFFICE,
Continues to keep o hand a good assortment o
D atchet and Chains :
Breast fins and Bing$,
Silver Spoons mid Pencils,
Musical Boxes and SiherTliimbles, 4
R6dgersPocketand Pen Knives.
And all other articles in his line. , ,
Repaired in ihe best manner and warranteaior
twelve months. OI(i Gold and Silver taken in
exchange tot articles purchased, or in payment
ibr debts due. !
Salisbury, June 7, l8394-tf45
Tf OW spirits
U i accompanie
greatest evils an
grounds, ana ine
to be cqnBned to
are situated on t
ity, whence con:
The common (
cy in ihestomac!
of eight, palpitat;
of fixing the att
portance, or . en
mands Tigor or
the rc ind become
a total derangec
The mental feel
that haunt the
the judgment ex
Wisest and best
lion as the weal
ere study protr
and rarely reliei
ercise, a dissolui
and drinking, tr
SMIi JZiZCUME FOR bitual discharge;
Ihnrnnah hrd S6S,; Of iOU- mi.
FTTIHIS vounff. beautiful, and
II hnrci. Sir Jlrrhit " 13 POW offeied for
sale, i He is a dark bay, 16 hands high, stout.
strong and commanding. He is four years and
siz.mjoaths old. He it m excellent neaitn, ana
finer spirits than I ever saw hira, He is the
arandaon of the celebrated itacei. "Oir rcnie.-
nlv to Eli Harris, Esq
comery Co. N. C., where jx)th the horse and
bis pedigree will be found. Apply eocn
Sept. 27, 1839 7w9
bebility of one o
the abdomen, is
odson of the celebrated Itacei , " oir ivrcnie.- : "r;;"
0S8 wishing to purchase this fine young horse, ""f
particularly invited to call and see hiin. Ap- f1"
to Eli Harris, Esq . at Wind Hill. Moot- b?f.ref"
that the defendant.! Thomas Edmonston, is
not an inhabitant of this Stat : Ordered by the
Court, that publication be made three months in
the Carolina Watchman, that the said Thomas
1?tmritnn arinAir at. inn r npTt Siinprinr Court of
' 1 UUUIUIt.tVH .pi'V.I - v m
WIL.L. continue to sell mj jNloros Muiti- Law, to be held for the county or uaoarros, at
caulis Trees, of which II have about Three I the Court-house In Concord. on the second Mon
Thousand, the roots at 20 cents, and the buds at day in February next, and answer to said peti
one collar and fifty cents per hundred; (which t ion, or it will be iheard expaite and Judgment
""3 ---- . '
Septus, Cook's, Shop, Beckwith's, Peters, Mof
fitis, EvansMBrandwiih's, anp Phelps Pills
Huuck's and Swaira'8 Panacea! Moore and An
Pepper Saoce. Rowaod's Tonic Mixture. Back
gatnon Boards, Matches, Balm! of Columbia for
bald heads, Elixir of Opium", fSwaim Vermi
fuge, and a thousand other articles, just received
ahd for sale cheap St the Apbthecary sign, by
C. B & C. K. lVHEIiK.
Salisbury, Aug.! 23, 1 1839114 ;
to enliven the s
by exercise, ear
of a mild aperie:
calculated to cb
in their operat
cleansed, his ine
are tonic, anody
proved a great t
use of mercury,
as in many en::
njlHIS ESTABLISHMENT will be open c3ASTH M .
JL atter toe 1st oi August, unoer ine man- JSG. Mr lie'
ageraent and direction of the Subscriber, ine
repaired, and will,
is one dollar less than the Inrice in this market
last fall,) if applied for by the 10th of October
next. I have noW Trees from i the bud nearly
seven feet high. 1 1 will j furnish Silk Worm
Eggs, without charge to persons purchasing my
treesi; and will agree to bay of them all the mer
chan table cocoons made from such eggs at the
Baltimore prices, j , j 1 I"
j ; j If, W Jfi 1 DiUHISi I
Fayetleville, Aug. S0 .l39fi7w5
V And jet with Him who counts the sands,
And holds the waters in bis hands, ; j ;
1 know a Usiing record stands h
Inscribed against ray name
Of all this mortal part has wrought, j ;
Of all this ihioktn? soul baS thoucht, HI
And from these fleeting moments caught,
For glory or for 6hame 4
THE GOLDi WATCH.
A gold watch is generally regarded as a very
valuable appendage to a ladv's side. ! It com
bines embellishment with utility in happy . 'pro-.
portions. It bespeaks rank-and consequence.
What lady yet ever forgot her watch ? Arid
how many ladieswbo cannot procure a 'gold
tvateh. (Cur a iiilvpr one thev would not wear.) t ine Morus Multicaolus lrees. fram roots
envoy those splendid appendages, and; hate the I cuttings, now growing in and near ibe Town of J es himself to the moflt diligent exertions, to give
granJeor by which they feel themselves so tho I Pittsborough, zioftb Caroljna. j 1 bese 1 rees are satisfaction to such as' may call on him. His
roughly eclipsed F I have now a lady 's gold j large and superior, many pt tnem now measure
rrom six to nine ieei,;Weu orapcaeo, many oi
which will count from one to1 three . hundred
buds each. I will sell any number that may be
required at market prices,! hv the tree, by the
THE Subscriber has fur sale '(deliverable af
ter the fall of therileaOlfrom EJGHT
THOSJUYD to I TEN THOtJSJlJVD genu
ine Morus Multicaolus Trees; fram roots and
Witness. A. J jSbankle, Clerk of our said
Superior Court, at Concord, the 6econd Mon
day in' August, 1839, and the 64th of American
Independence. ; J j
i . ; , A. .T.j SH ANKLE, c s c.
! : R. KIRKPATR1CK, d c.
August I6-f-Sm3 '!
JnMockiville, N. C.
INFORMS the public that he has removed
frpm his former stand, to his new buildings
on the public sqoaje, Jn the Town of Mocks
villej where heiwill continue to keep a
House, of Entertainment
His House' is roomy land commodious; attach
ed to which dreSiXlCOMFORTABLE OF-
rlUlLS for gentlemen ol the car, all conven
ient to the Court House. The sobsciiceipledg
in a , few days, be well furnished j and every ef
fort will be made to render it worthy of patron-
I - - !,! ' I - -
ge; ' I
I ; ! EUWAKU XAKBKUUuH.
July SO, 1839. 2:3m
htatt of JLortfi avoUua
ANA WAY from fthe Subscribers living in
Hambur?, S. C on tbei 27 th of August
last, a negro man by the namelof
waich in mv hand. Its case, its face, its! fin
gers.its seals, its key arid its chain, are all; of
burnished guld. I open it but I find that;
works, witbout which the case though ric
arid elegantly chased, would be but a mere shell,
and its fingers: useless, are not made of gold, but
of Irass such as candlesticks, fire irons, kettlesf
Sand the like, are made of. Gold is not sufficient
ly good for the -works. I look farther and tisk
what is the main spring, which puts tall ihe
works in motion, and which-is concealed amidst
what it moves.as many great persons arei in
mean action?, and 1 nnd that this mam spring
; is made of iron ! Which, then, is the imjost
valuable, gold or iron ?. or brass or iron ? Iron
excels them bpth. Iron then is the priciow
metal the most precious metal ! And yet it
'is regarded as a base metal ! It does not spar
kle in the eye it dues not make melody to jibe
ear.! 4 ' f ' - :;. j j J j .
This gold watch, with brass works and tnm
matnspriog, is an emblem of the present state of
t society throughout the world. Its face rvpte-
sents the superficially splendid and tranquil as
pect of society, underneath which so much sor
row and evil, energy and talent are at work; I(s
seals, embellishments, devices, of gold,' assirhij
late aristocracy. Its fiugers symbolize the: mas
tar spirits of age, which point the public eye to
the boor of the day. . Its works of brass ate in
the middle classes, and its mainspring of lroxj tn
pbscuriiy, and never thought of except wheh it
wants winding up or wben.it is disordered or
hroke, represents the industrious and working
classes, which . move and nourish! all, v lib out
which. all ihe other classes could not go on.'but
would rust up in activity, and whose labor is
woond op with weekly wages : the value of
8nd forgoUen, except when it gets into disorder,
(and endangers the working of the nncbine i
" ". - ' ' j:j '
Ileal Know Udge of Christ. A belief er,though
Hknowledge of Christ will be a bloasedi mao.
whereas all the learning in the world, without
lb'rs, w:ll leave a man miserable. Td know the
whole creation, nd to be ignorant of the Crea
tor, t or know all bis histories and antiduitiesiaod
io be ooaequaintded .with our own hearis; to
be good logicians to other par poses, and Vnj the
mean time to be cheated bv Saian with naralo-
I gisms in ihe business of our owa salvation, to be
, powerful orators with men, and never prevail
wun uod ; to anooBi wan worldly wisdom,
land to be destitute of the fear of God, which! ma-
keth wise onto salvation is I all but a better
kind of refined misery : the devils have imoch
more learning mao an mis comes to. and vet are
camned lor ever. y. Reynolds.
i ROGUE OUTWITTED.
A gentleman to Massachusetts, Whosej if ajne
Cwe ehall call Hrdin; once held a note i against
fl knavish neighbor named GrifSn, and which
had become as the phrase is7ouUawed jHrdin
was nnwiHtcJr to believe Griffin scouridreiehioajrh
lo defraud him of the debt, and had neglected to
compel nim to pay itunougu u wis aounqant
ly ablt. The law w, we believe, that if sj niaa
TABLE, BrR b STABLES are provided in
the best manner that the country will afford,
and his servants are faithful and prompt.
Jan 26, 1639 tf20
foot, or by the bud, but wuld prefer selling by T1IEORI.VG BUSINESS.
thft hnH. I. - I i . ; 1 ' I I ' i i i '
Also for sale, one million of the best stock! of
Silk-worm Eggs for feedin
Pitttborough, jSepl. 6,1839j-tf6
T F. FRALEY keeps constantly on
JLMm a full supply of ready
CoatsPantaloona and Vests, also Cloths, Cusi
meres and Vesting, all of which he will sell
low for cash, i He is ; also prepared to cut end
make clothing in a very superior style, and war
ranted to fit; well. Garments cut on short no
tice.! He will teach the
A CONSIDERABLE NUMBER of these j JaJxT OV CTJTTIITC
TREES may be had at Fayetteville, N. on trie most app;ove and Fashionable Style to
C. about the la8of hex! summer or the first: of Tailor's wishing instruction, B. F. F.
the rail. 1 he proprietor can very readily dis-j Sept. 6, 1839-I2ia6
nnCA nf lh,m t Iha rVrirth. hrt frnm nalrinii! ' i 1 t t i
considerations, be prefers ! that they should be
taken by his native State. The price will be
. ... rl,'.;J. .f. t .L t' . r i !
ine same as in Daiiimwor i,ew iorK, aoa wm cordf Jf. C, October 1st, 1839.
remitted.It isloped trfaisach as mav wish tol BTC.haf tt? Bernhardt, J. NiBiggers.ThoU
engage,may do sbatlihlearlylday. f ; la"' t?,ram "wkwIter, Mcses Barn-
lirsLO Fayettevil e. . H
hei is about twenty-five or thirty years of age
heji8 a brighjinalatto.!:abont ffve feet eight or
ten inches high, he stoops & ijttle when walk
ing, steps quick, has a downcast look, he is a lit
tle; blink-eyed, knockneed, an( is a very plausi
ble fellow, fi bought said negro from Mr. An
drew Drew, of Salisbury, Notf-h Carolina, some
time in November lasf, from I which i place, be
brought Simeon. It is probaljle herwill try to
gg oacK to oaiisoury, as ne says nrs moiner lives
there. When he left, he had! on a green broad
cloth frocK coat, a checked shirt, satinet panta-
ropnsand vest, a new.J straw hat, and a pair of
yankee made boots. Whenerer he stops, he pro-
oaoiy win auempi to get employment in some
public house as a waiter, or Inisome stable as ost
ler, as he has been accustorped to such work
sipce he belonged to me. 1 will pay for his ap
prehension and delivery to rh in Hamburg, S
CU the above reward, or TWENTY FIVE
DOLLARS if lodged in ah Jail in this State
(South Carolina,) or Norih Carolina.
THOMAS G. ?ARKINSON.
Coon of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, August
- Term, 1839.
Cassandra Ellis, "I
: VS. ! ' ; I
William Mayse and Petition for distribution,
wife Nancy I William
Belt & his wife Cloa.J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, VI 1,1.
that William Mayse arid his wife Nancy, K -
f v imam otsti auu uis wiie viua, are uoi iiuisui
tants of this Stale, i It is therefore ordered, that
publication be made for eix weeks successively in
the Carolina Watchman, that the said William'
Mayse and his wife Nancy, William Belt and
bis wife Cloa, appear at the next Court of Fleas
and Quarter Sessions, to be held for the county
of Iredell, at the Coort-House in Statesville,
on the 3d monday in November next, then and
there answer, plead to or demur to said Peti
tion, otherwise, the same will be taken pro con
fesso as to them. 1
Witness, iJ F. Alexander, Clerk of our said
Court at office,' the 3d monday in Aug-ost 1839,
and in the 64th year of our Independence.
J. r . ALEXANDER, c. i. c. c.
Oct, 4, 1839610 Printer's fee $5
with the above
and stricture sc
in a horizontal ;
the nervous em
every thought c
on the count en a
bis existence or
noticed in a put
Dr Wm. EVA
plaint, which ir
age of the Pills
wishes to sav I.
restored, may 1
Mrs. J. E. ,
Johnson, of Lj
for ten years w
in ber head, an
in the stomach;
She could find
until after she I
medicine of 10
time she began
she continue tl
will be perfect!
as to the truth
Hamburg, S. C Sept. 20th, 1839 3m8
Ji. MAst of EctterSy
TJ EMAirviNG in' the Post Office in Con-
Enquire of E,f L.
Feb 16, 1839f-tf29
RESPECTFCLLX offers his professional
services to the citizens' of Salisburv ar.d
surrounding , country.5
West's new brick boil
and W. Murphy's store.
August 30, 15j39lH
is in Kir.
I -I 1 i -!; i-
HAVING located Jiiimself in Salisbury,
spectfully lenders his professional servi
to its citixens, and those of
try. His office is the fnej
Dr. BouchelJe, where! he
times, except when abse
lies. ISalisbary, June7
tbe surrounding conn-
recently occupied; by
scan be found at I all
rit pn professional
D Lawrence Dry
F U Patrick FreesSy, Henry Furrr2, Andr'
Freeman. :j i 1 j
G George W. Green, Jane C. Gibson.
H Charles Harris
K Samuel C. Klntts, Paul Klutts, Sen.
L Mrs.j Mfirgarei Leopard, Rev. J. Lantz,
Miss Lliza liong, ollj C. Linker.
M Ransom Motley, William McCree.Mrs.
Caibarine MeQrdek (2) William Miesenbi
mer (S) John McCjure, R. J. Mebane, RoberT
Molly, Miss E. Milster.
P Francis L. Perry, John Page.
R Experiences Rendleman, Mary Russell,
Seth K. Rdgers, ij
V Abram Vsnpelt.
W Col James White,
j J GEORGE KLUTTS, P.M.
ConcordJ Oct. lj 1839 3wll
; 4- L
State of JYorih Carolina.
July Sessions. 1839.
' i' t lliimnti Ailtxdm.iii i
Glenn & ft
on defendant's Lands.
witooot my consent. hereby
sons against harboring
ill give one cent and no thanks to liny
it will deliver ell A nr.nli.. in mi m
N. C. !
and 1 w
man that will deliver slid
Mocksville, Davie cooty
October 18, 1839-4
Wm. H. Hackett
wm I.E.' IS! J .
m sppearmg to the satisfaction of the Court,
Jl that Wrn. H. Hackett, is not an inhabitant
ot inis Bjate Ordered by the Court, that
pab!icatiofljbe;made for it p1 in th n.i.
na Vatcfamari, that the said Wm." H. Hackett,
J. MO TGOMERY, an in- ?.par r T V01". t0 w beld at the Court
pprcritee, has left my employ J10?!6 ,. V lk8lroogh, on the 1st monday af.
fnr,n .11 tut. I w .n OJOfMiaj PI Uctbber net. and inn
orf employicg said boy, r .entered against him, for the
me at I Given usder .ro v.
band at office, the 8th day of
September S7, l$39--Priater'8 tti , S
L at r
Of all the reported Decisions of the Courts in
North Carolina, commencing with the earliest I ed lor ten yeai
Reporter and including; the Decisions of the symptoms
Supreme Court at their June Term, 1837;
Jas. Iredell. Esq. Attor
& Couns'r at Law. !
ABSCONDED about the last of
time residioff in Stokes Cbur.tv. N.
Carolina, my Negro man j
about m or 28 years of age; a;nd of a very bright
complexion.! He lis a; Shoemaker k-y trade, has
! t:.t-i-Li"L, 1 . . . . .
pains in the be
of her heart, gi
not lie on her r
ability of enga
vigor or coarag
sion to pariicu
published and ready for delivery about the first I apprehensions
.TUKKKK & HUGHES, the proprietors.
respectfully ask ibe patronage of the public for
October, from the subscriber, at that 10,8 worl tnicn ow n press, and will be
j . j v i a iii in viaauw. IS
spare built and weighs front 135 to 140 pounds.
rje oas a Tiery large; scari qn one ot his legs
near the ankle, believed to bejon the right leg.
aso a scar on eacn arm just tpeiow the eihnw n-
casioned by a burn. His heea have been frosted.
which injury has j left scare ebon thems Cole-
of November; 1839.
in ine original proposals, issued more man a
year ago, it was stated that ,he work would pro
bably not exceed 6even hundred pages. It is
now ascertained it will contain near a thousand
pages, and most therefore necessarily be divided
into two royal octavo volumes of about 500 pa
ges each printed on good type and fine papeT,
and well bound. Price kiJje dollars a copw.
It is recommended not onlv to professional
men, alltf whom Will doubtless possess them
selves of it, to direct and abridge their labors.
m n MAM M M m A - - X -
14'u "eB wof n; near DiaKeiy, but, is also urged upon the notice of all Justices,
N Carolmaand j is probabklhat he may be SherifTs,an4 other judicial officers, as affording
in mat airecuon, aitbooah many persons believe 1 thm n aYIVitinni in fats tmswAa rf ttiA vtAinta
that he was decoyed off bv a white man. named
Jpshua Ycutig, who left the heiffbborhood about
the same time for Indiana. II will aire a re
ward of Fifty Dollars to ariyfone who will de
which the Supreme Court cf North Carolina
has decided in relation (o their duties. For a
similar reason, it is recommended to private gen
tlemen, who may nave the inclination or feel an
r1L i r i . 1 , ireuitm nn uii; Ulfl) I1JC ItlClXliai'UIl Ul I
vjuicuion w mo near ueook neai in Utmn. imi tnL-nnn, tU. ,i. .l c
I ix JiV' f Wh Pna him in jail, preme Court, which constitute, so far as they
ep that I get him n 3Aop l decide, the law of the land, as imperative as any
, i RICHARD OVERSTREET. r act of Assembly, and as bindine in their opera-
j oruos wai, ampoeu ciy, va J
j December 21, 1838 y
XjROM tbfe Subscriber living
JLl in I HamburB. SJ C. on ihA
Jtp of April past, a f negro man
Dy me name 41 JACK, or Jack
aowsou. jiiie nignr previous
to hisr departure, hh broke into
stable and took 1 herefrom a
ion opon erery member of the community.
iICr Uenilemen will confer a great, a partic
ular favor opon ihe author and publishers, bv
aiding in procuring subscribers, and returning
the list by mail ta Turner & Hughes, by the 1st
of November or December next.
'Raleigh, August 28th, 1839.
HORSE, ! SADDLE and
Horse is abbot 7 years old ceam colored, and is
ascot Id hands high $ saddle and Bridle new
When said negro! ranaway hie had do pair of
green Spectacles a snuff jcolored j broad cloth
sputont Coar, af pair of satinet pantaloons, a
oomoazme vest, and a rut Cap.
bable that Jack has made hid wa
North Carolina, where heh3 1 relatives linng.
j Any perion; wlo will deliver said neero to me
n Hamburg, or IbdgehimiiA any feafe jail, so
inai 1 get inim,!wiu receive t reward of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS! If will ,Twn
nusuniLU -A&uxui 1 if DOLLARS, both
THE SUBSCRIBE!! having been satisfae
torily engaged for more than three years
n attending to a - i
or Negro and 1
BENJAMIN F. RflSir
July 191839 3m51 ; M
VThe;NewberrtSpeciator will insert the
hove weekly three moo list ind fourard their ao
BOARDING HOTTSV. .
it is very pro-1 r eeis encoutaffed to sav in th nnhli. ih.t tir
way back ' again lo House and Stables are well furnished for the
reception and accommodation of those who may
be pleased to call.'
' i . :r .:-..".' E. SMITH.
IL" All the Slanrpa arrive at arid tfortart
frdm my House, where seats are secured, and no !
exertions spared to giver general satisfaction to
rassengera. . . J . ! ; .h ; j
iC My residence is on the corner of Gilles-1
pie street, the lot formerly occupied by Mrs.!
Barge, convenient to the Marketed near:' the
Stats' Bank. - ..
Mr Kenny 1
tionof her dist
suaded her ton
She is now
not only capabl
fairs, but avow:
present as she
York. Mr B.
severe pains ir
increased on t
preserved a st
dizziness in hi
iy costive, the
The above e
and a perfect c
City of Nt
Benjamin S J
pose and sa;
5 respects ire
JOHN A. V
E JOHN I
May 10, U
. 14, t839-.3m4
r -" ! i -l I
ajcni w me HambSg. i Or I B: P. R
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