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fFroTn the Rtligiws Bouvcnitr 'for 1339.
ltow blest the farmer's simple life f 1 1 . "
" How pore ibe joy it yields i 1 1
Ftr from the world's tempesruoos Strife, ,
- ITrsa mid lha iMnl4 fiaMd 14 f- " . f.
When morniog wikes, with roseate hoe,
nr lh far liilla Atrav. K -. t
Hif footsteps brash the silvery dew, '
To gieet the welcome day. j j i
When Sol's flm beam in glory plows,
Aod blithe the sky-lark's son;
Pleased to his toil the farmer poe
. With cheerfo! steps along '
.While noon broods o'er the saltry sky
! And sunbeams fierce are cast,!
VVbile the cool streamlet wanders by, :
; lie shares his sweet repast." T
When twijigbt's gentlest shadows fall
Alonjr the darkening plain,
lie lists his faithful watch dog's c 1 1,
To warn the list'rjiog train.
Down the, green lane young harrying fee
1 heir eager pathway press ; :
II is Iored ones come in joy to gree
And claim their sire's caress. 1
Theo, when the evening prayer is
talkini some time alSat.tlie cotton cxopi cprren-
cyVpoliW. eie;fbel presented a bill "
fmrrTw. P: TlrtSi of Paobli. Mi., fori 2500r
in fcfor of ahweirijickens, which he wished
to ppgotiate iojadTa'niageiand, letter t.f recoo
rnendation from tbefsame soarc.k Conner had s
preseniimenMhsi all wss not tght, and gave a
hint to ibr Police, by whom Steeples was arresu
ed.v On his person! was fbondj says the j Picay
une, other bills of eichaege j one paiporiisg to
be drawn by Kj jWjp Stephen of Liberty, ML,
on J. & A. Jhnsoiti for $3000 ; another cn
& JfDick im !2500,drawn by William T,
Perkins, jn faror of Jobo Montgomery ; a third
on Ni It J.y Dick for $1500. Accompanying
each, there were letters, complimentary, to the
probity and business habits of the bearer,' and all
written- in the eame'ihandV I -u "
- The bill of exchange were Jail forgeries, and
his letters ointrodnction coomerfeiis. He was
carried before tiijs Recorder sod jcommitted to the
calaboose; ? I VciEiIyJan unprofitable speculation,
and attended by: ban consequences. "Honesty
it the, tost poljc,Mtfteralf. j - Wf';u-
QUITE I CI Ell R I N G TO TH E LEG-
- -; j - "liyi ItR fc Ab IT RE fS. J 4
There is a Mr. PaUon to the North of cs,
who proposes, for alpremiam oil $5000, to trans
port the mail from New York a New Orleans
in 15 hours. The Way in which this grand un
dertaking is to bf acomph ishedj is. by the agen
cy of. a newly invented balloon, in which this
navigator of Ia tines says thai be will be able
to est the air ip any direction, and travel at the
rate of 100 miles an hoar. He! had better keep
his proposition in reserve until tbSub Treasury
goes into operation); aod he will then make his
jack by selling the machines toj travelling car a
wans of the aub lteiBorers, who will then be
. - - 1 . X - i i j ' .':!. ' i - - l i l
mating nacKs in every oirectiop wim ineoooij
of the Government.! i
And heaven with praise is blest.
How sweet reslines his weary bead
On slumber's cooeh of rest I
Nor deem that fears his dreams alirm,
For cares, with carkin din : li
Wiihoat, his dog will guard from harm ;
And all is peace within..
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Ob, ye who ron in folly's race.
To win a worihless nnze !
Learn from the simple tale we trace,
Wnere true contentment lies!
IIo! monarch I flashed with elory's pride
a nuu paintea, gauaed tning I
II ie tq the free-born farmers V side,;
And Jearn to be a king! , : .
Wor tetter Cattle "Show The Worces
ter iEgis gives a full account f the Cattle
Show; at Worcester oni the 9th instant: It
was estimated not leas than 8,00j persons
were present. - .The. show, 10 He various
branches, was highly gratiling. f The ad 1
dress delivered at the Church by Affrei D.
Foster, Eqr was distingaished fdr beau
ty of expression antl rcorrectr -seititiaefilt.'3!
The Society, with a large number cfinVited
guests, dined together at the Centrkl Hotel.
Gov. Lincoln presided at the. table. j J- .
The following were among the toasts
drank oh ithe occasion : j
Tilling the Earth An employ men! of man
in Paiadj8-.it brings with it stilt tbs Cheerful
.n,ess of health and happiness of content; and
laift-Hi.rni to the dignily of true independence.
Education of the Young The culture of a
virgin soil, if sowed with good seed, the haivW
richly repaya the labor j if left fallowy nuxiuus
weeds alone spring op in baleful profusion. j
Agriculture, Commerce, nnd Manufactures.
An honest old trading jumValways successful
wben true to eaeh others May there be no dis
solution of copartnership by mutual cobfeot.
- am JVQitonai jeam of twenty six s
Whoever drives or whoever holds, may
no knowing or goaaing ; no getting oven
ces-and no Greakinar the chain. 1
, Cure for Hard Time Cheat the doctor j by
being temperate cheat; the lawyer, b jkeeping
out oi dw ; cheat the demagogue, of whatever
party, by voting tor honest men.: ; j
Mortis Xultieaulis.A toagh name tor a
uer tree.; i i .ougti it has teorm d itel into
. affections hi so many, may they Deter find them
. selves bit bj a catierpiilar, nor see their hopes
uy awajr on inewings ot a outierny
near what dam Mirk says of a! woman
"My noiice was aitracled to a lady io not
isoyj, out me waist ot a lady oetore me s wasps
anu orusn: nandies 5ur she was screwed up i
few.; fanH begin to find com par ison foij it
; ' vWVM UIUIV9I IUIU O OfOUU) Ul H II
up alafiost out of sighta perfect shqwUK And
this is called a good figure ; I dont kcjowi what
sort of a figure, unless it bea figure 8. j Well,
some wotneo are fools, if they are-women. I'd
lather marry a form like a sugar hogsheadj than
connect myself wnh sccb a looking hoorolass.
. '.: 5 -..J 'I . . ,. . - " i -V. . t
Ji gone 'Voon.' Vm a gone coon," implies
1 am distressed or, ruined or, lost: orice
ni iip vi iyui ui tuts vaprcssioa, ana was grave
ly told as follows : There is Captain Alar
un aroti in me unueo states armv. wno is a
remarkable shot with a rifle. He was? raised in
Vermont. His fame was soconsiderable.throogh
the Slate, that even the animals were awareof
iu llejweatcutpne morning with hisriflf,and,
spy in a lacoon upon the uppr branches of a high
tree, brought bis guu opto his shouldSr;! jwben
the racoon,' perceiving it, raised his pnw up for a
parley.. l beg your-pardon, mister,4 said jthe
iacoon, Tery politely ; bat may 1 ask if your
name is; JScott f Yes," replied the Captain.
Martin Scotl ?" ooiinoed the racoon, i " Yes,"
replied the Captain. - Captain Martin; Scoiji ?"
still continued the auimal.C 'Yes," replied' I he
eaptain,' Cant. Marlio Seott." OKI irten
says the animal, I may just as well come down,
lor rm a gone coon." ;
Ji rnymtna word tor "Silver.'', it is a
fact well kniwn to the literary world, that
there is no leghinlate word j in the -English
language that jtvil rhyme, or, in poetic par
lance, gingYwith the wordjsilver. Aeon-
versation upoir tnjs wen Known anomaly
occurred yesterday between a number of
Hterarr gentlemen, whose erudite remarks
nau oeen ior soroe time very attentively
listened 1) by anther of the literati, Mr.
Flam Stepping tip he gravely said "Gen
tlemen, if youiwitl please allow roe, I know
an English word that will gingle with; sil
ver." What s that eagerly inquired; one
of the gentlemen.! " GotJ " answered the
modest intruder at the same time gin-
gling in his hands a number of " yellow
boys " and (Mexican castings.'
- uv. one. -
Oils! Snaflfs, Tobacco. Spanish Cigars,
Candles, Rice; 6tarcb, Soaps, Perfumes, Brush
es, instruments 'Paste Boards, Fine Letter and
Wrapping aperQuills. Ink, Drawing Paper
and Paints Madeira. Teneiiff, Malaga,- Port;
Sherry, Champaign, Muscat and Claret Wines,
French, Peach and Apple Braody, Gin, Monob
gahala and old ; Whiskey, Jamaica and N. E.
Hum, Loaf Sugar, Variiishes, Sand Paper,
Glass WanaMaodS Bottles, Lemon and Ginger
Syrup, Lime Juice, Tamarinds, Jugs, Corks,
Pocket Books and Map9, Pipes, Iron and Com p.
Mortars and! Pesires, Candle Wick, Blacking,
Lee's, Dean's, j Droit's. Anderson's, Hooper's,
Scoti's, Cook's,! ishbp, Beckwith's, Peters, Mof
fit's, EvansBbW Willi's, and Phelps Pills,
Houck s ant) Sw aim's Panacea, Moore and An
derson's Cough f Drone, Snuff Boxes, Spices,
Pepper Saoce, Round's Tonic Mixture, Back
gamun Boards, Matches, Balm of Columbia for
bald head8,;lMijqf Opium, Swaim's Vermi
fuge, aod a thousand other articles, just received
and for sale eAedjppait the Apothecary sign, by
I 'Wl "C K. WHEELER.
Salisbury! Axim, 18S9 U4 "
1 t !;. I .
. . mJr Mt BUT, UMJUAijI "
C. about the last of
the Fall. The
A CONSIDERABLE NUMBER of these
:- .. i -. us i
; 1 -
THE Subscribers take pleasafe in announcing
to the Pohlic, that the GREAT WES
TERN TRI WEEKLY STAGE LJJYE
from Salisbury via the Catawba Springs, Lincoln
ion, Rntherfoidlon, to AfihvjIleJN. C. will com
mence running on the Sid instant. -
DeDarts from' Salisburv. on Sundavs. Wed
nesdays, and Fridsys at 5 o'clock, A. !Nl , ar
rives at Ashville on next day, at S o'clock, P. M.
Leaves Ashville for Salisbury1, at 5 o'clock, A.
o i r.j "j jjrni j.
, un ouiioayg, i iesuays, ana & oursaays, ar
es at Salisbury nefxt day; 8 o'jclock. P. M. .
This Line forSPED. GOOD DRIVERS,
TEAMS, and COACHES cannot he surpass
ed bv anv line in tb Stale. I It connects with
the DAILY LINKat Salisbury for the jNorth,
and at Ashville with the line to Jkooxville, ten
nessee. ' 'IU 1 .
Passengers leaving Raleigh j
W est will find this the nearest. Route by 20
miles, and decidedly the cheapest. And for fine
roads, romantic scenery, particularly the Gap
over the lilue Kidge, it is not
other in N. Carolina.
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Salisbury, Npjr. f, 1839 if
NiB. This Line intersects
colnton foi Greenvijle. S, C.
and the Limestoce Springs.
i 1 A. B. & R. W
N. C. for the
excelled by any
5 . I
he Line at Lin
T Y direction of She Synod bf N. Carolina,
JLf the Churches of Concord Presbytery, will
be called upon ifi trie following order for Contri-
buttons tor v oreignj Missions, by the Secretary
of the Central Board ! !
Friday November 1st, Steel Creek at 1 1, A. M.
2d.1 Providence, do
J, Rcky River, do
4ih, Philadelphia, do
5h, Poplai Tent, do
6th, Concord jTown do
7h, Bethpage, da
8ih, Ramah, j do
9h, .Mallard Creek, do
1 01 h, Sugar Creek, do
llth, Paw Creek, at 11 A. M.
die lighting, f
Thursday, ; 14th, Centre, at
Son iSSicJt'i J!ot ion of Marriage. --I've
ateerd to; venture on mmmony myself, a
donn altogether. think Til spekMate inkhat
for one while T If con't jist suit a rovin man
me.- It'sjof a considerable of a tie, and then it
ain'tlike a horse deal where if you don't like! the
beast, you can pui it off in a raffle, or trade, or
swop, aodi suit ; yourself better ; but you inosi
make the best bargain of a bad and put up with
it. Jt ain't often you meet a oritur of Ihe right
metal i spirited, yet gentle ; easy onhhe jbiti,
sore footedand spry no bit in, or kickin'.or skulk-
in, or rac n off refustn' to go, ronin' back a and
then clean limbed and good eaniage. It's about
the diflJcdltest piece of business I know on.
C7The Picayune details the partiealars of
an extensive forgery and attempt to swindle by
man by I the name of Roderick Steejles, who
hails from this State. He called opoo Messrs.
ponner & Gridley, 43, Camp street, with a
'hhiff. btntaess kind tt i faltitatfoD lad tntt
Do j do
Oct. 25, 1839
17ii, Concord, (Iredell) do
jl8iji, Salem, do
19ii. B-thany, do
20th, Tabor, ! do
2 Is), Mocksville, do
2-2d, Unity, ! do
23ct Third Creek do
24in, Back Creek, 11 A M
25tb, '1 hyatira, do
2rjth, Fianklin, do
do Salisbury jjCandle lighting.
be had at Fayetteville, N.
next summer or the first of
proprietor can very readily dis
pose of them at! the North, but from patriotic
considerations, he prefers that they should be
taken by his native State. Ihe price win oe
the same as ;in Baltimore or New York, and will
be forwarded to purchasers on the moneyVbeing
remitted'. It is jb'oped that such as may wish to
engage, may do sot at an early day.
Enquire of E. L.
N. C : i;
Feb 16, 1839 tf29
Of all the reported Decisions of the Courts in
XNoTtb uaroiinaj commencing witn tne earnest
Reporter and Jinc!a(ling the Decisions ofnhe
Supreme Oojuhlal jheir June Term, 1837;
prepared by i f ' I ;
Jas. lEDLt. Esq. Attor. &. Coansfr at Law.
TURNER i; HCGHES, tfie proprietors,
respectfully ask rthe; patronage of the public for
this wok, wbibi is nbw in press, and will be
published anef'ready for delivery about the first
of November l$39l I
In the original proposals, issued more than a
year ago, it wast stated that the work would pro
bably not exceed seven hundred pages. It is
now ascertained it will contain near a thousand
pages, and must inereiore necessarily oe uiviaeu
into two royal octavo volumes of about 500- pa
ges each printed on good type and fine paper,
and well bound.! Price nine dollars a copy.
It is recommended! not only to professional
men, all of whom wi)l doubtless possess them
selves of it, to direct! arid abridge their labors,
but is also urged upon the notice of all Justices,
Sheriffs, and other judicial officers, as affording
them an exposition J ib alfew words, of the points
which the Supreme ( Court of North Carolina
has decided in Frelaton lo their duties. For a
similar reason, it is recommended to private gen
tlemen, who may hajre the inclination or feel an
interest tokhonf the determinations of the Su
preme Court Which 'Constitute, so far .as they
decide, the lawjof the land, as imperative as any
act of Assembly, and as binding in their opera
tion upon every member of the community.
Gentlepin rill confer a great, a; partic
ular favor opohjihe author and publishers, by
aiding in piocuHnW Subscribers, and returning
the list by mil tTif rner & Hughes, by the 1st
of November! or December next. '
Raleigh, Auoat i8ih, 1839.
NEW IJEtWiELLERY. c.
TTAS another hew supply of Gold and Silver
JLJL WATgHKS, Plain English and f rencb
do Gold 'Fob; Chains and - Keys, Fine breast
Pins and Finger Rings, Silver Butter Knives,
Patent and plairv- Pencils. -Tooth Picks, Fob
Chains, Spectacles and Thimbles, Steel and gilt
ob Uuains and Keys.
A VERY FINE AND LARGE ASSORT-
sMENT OFs RAZORS AND POCKET
; AND; PEN KNIVES,
by different makers and other articles usually
kept by Jewellers,. All of which will be sold
low for. Cash', or; only six months credit, after
whieh time, interest will be charged. Work
done faithfully Jand punctually.
Salisbury IMay IS. 839 -lf40 r
T F. FR ALEV keeps cor.?tantly on
-LP a full suuplv of ready ij
Coats, Pantaloons and Vests, ajlso Lloths, Casi-
meres and Vesting all of which he wilt sell
low for cash, i He is also prepared lo jboVjand
make clothing in a verv superior style, and war
ranted to fit well. I Garments I cut on short no
tice. He wilj leach the j
on the most approved and Fa&hhmsble Style to
Tailor's wishiog instruction
quill ireesj 050.
The Subscriber informs the public, that he has
for sale, at bis Nurseries m Davidson County,
13,000 trees ot the Jtlorus Nultrcaulis, thse
superior 19 '-cuttings wunout roots to propa-
e from. S His prices shall be the market price
of the article in the INorth and elsewhere. He
1L " -iL ill ji kj !. liww " -
bim) nas a targe StocK 01 r run arees, consisting
of Apples,"! Pears J Peaches, Plums, Cherries,
Arc. being selections $f the best American and
Luiopean frult3ialif vtbich are grafted or in
oculated and In heallhv. prowin? condition.
I will have trees delivered in good condition,
at any reasonablerdutaDee from Lexington, say
7 5 or 100 miles, if imount of orders will histi-
fy it,) fur which 'twill charge the usual price of
Dialing, ti.sviit ne well lor those who uih to
obtain trees,sto get the CataWnecf the Nnrw.
ries, which eoqitains prices, an will be sent grat
is 10 an applicants tbe. postage.being paid.
Communications ;wil be rrornmlj .attended to
uirecv 10 Lrtixjng:or, fM. u..
I Mil ,if CHARLES MOCK.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RE
MOVED MIS MHOP TO THE
:I BVILDIXWFORMERLY :
: ; 7 P'pSTipFFlCE J ;:
Continues to keep on iind a good assorlmenU
Y ft atelier and fihttinsA a
Breast Pins and flings, t:
. Silver Spoons and Pencils, .-
Musical Boxes and Silver Thimbles, -SARodgm)P6cJtiMd.
Pen" Knives . y
And aliothe articles in his linevi ; ;
Repaired in the best manner, and warranted for
twelve months; i Old Gold and Silver taken in
exchange for articles purchased, or in payment
for debts due. J, if V
! i i il DAVID L. POOL.
Salisbury I June 7,i839tf45 ; ;
I Will T
THE SUBSCRIBER having been satisfae
tpjrily engaged fojrmore than three years
n attending toft 1 if . :
! B OARD1NG HO USE,
Feels encouraged to sa to the public, that her
HniKA xnH SmhleftMrA well furnished for then
reception and accommodation of those who may
be pleased to call. l!
--4 I !f J i ' E. SMITH ,
6rr? All the iagesrilarrive at and depart
from my House, yrheref Iseats are secured, and no
I : ro&i The -
I FALI AND
NEW I ESTABLISH! ENT
la Mocksville, JV. C.
p TISO1I! S FOS TEIZ
INFORMS the public that he has removed
from his former stand, to his new buildings
on the pcblic square, in the luwn of Mocks-
. 'mi "";: ..: ;
yille, where ne win continue io Keep a
4 His House is roomy and commodious; attach
ed to which are SIX COMFORTABLE OF
FICES for gentlemen of the Bar,, all conven
ient to the Court House. fThe subsciicei pledg
es himself to the roost diligent exertions, to give
satisfaction tor such as may, can on mm. nis
TABLE, BAR & STABLES are provided in
the best manner than he : country will afford,
and hfa servants are faithful and prompt.
J Jao-26.l839-tl,l f;;: - 'A . w
State of Worth Carolina.
:i W.ILKES COUNTY.
x Julv I Sessions. 1839.
Glenn & IMartin,
"iginal Attachment lev.
ied on defendant's Linds.
Wm. H. Hackettj 3
JT appearing tn the satisfaction of the Court,
that Wm H Hackett, is not an inhabitant
of this State : Ordered by the Court, that
publication be made for six weeks in, the Caroli
na Watchman, that the said Wm. H. Hackett,
appear at our next Court, to be held at the Court
House in-Wilkesfcorougb, on the lstjmonday af
ter the 4:h monday of October next, and answer ;
or judgment will be entered against him, for the
amount of plaintiffs debt. ! '
Given under my band at office, the 8ih day of
September, 1839. i
v. ! WM. MASTIN. ee c.
September 27. 1839 Printer's fee $5
exertions spared tojgiv general satisfaction to j, MEANDER IIIjLIAN
rassengera. h . g. ;.
Cjf My residence is on the corner of Gilles
pie street, the ; lot formerly occupied by Mrs.
Barge,; convenient to the Market and near the
State Bank.!'! M l . II - ' ' A- -Fayetteville
Aug. 14 1839Sm4
THE Subscriber informs the public, that she
has just i received through the Northern
Cities the latest and most approved .
LONDON 6 PARISIAN FASHIONS,
And is prepared to execute orders in the most
6tylish and satisfactory linanner.
a tf L . 'w - a i . m . .
wont sent irom a uietance snail be caretully
pat up and forwarded. 1
lis S. ;U. PENDLETON.
A few Bonnets, Caps, Turbans, and
other articles, will be kept on band for sale.
lra ! Pi io alen nrunara1 tr' AVAAivtA
Crimping and Fluting on reasonable terms.
Salisbury,; uci oner i;
THE Subscriber has for sale (deliverable af
ter the fall of the leaf) from EJGI1T
THOSAJYD to i TEA THOUSAND genu
ine Morus Multica,olus' Trees, fram roots and
cuttings, oow growing in and near the Town of
Pilt8borough, rortb Carolina, lhesa trees are
large and superior, many of them now measure
which I will count from one to three hundred
buds each. I will sell iany number that may be
required at market prices, by the tree, by the
foot, or by the bod, but! -would prefer selling by
the bud. ! n .
Also for sale, one million of the best 6tock of
Silk-worm Eggs for feipdinor.
1 j l I JJlMhlS J. HORJVE.
Pitlshormsrh, Sepl 6 . 1839 f6
RESPECTFULLY offers his professional
services to the citizens of Salisbury and
surrounding; country- His Office is in Mr.
West's new brick) building, nearly opposite J.
and W. Murphy's store. , v
August 30, 1839- tf5 - . .
Bagging, Hoping fij Groceries,
Just received Sc for sale wholesale retail
Sk(TK puces Cotton) Bagging, 42 to 44 inches
&P 30 coils Bale Rope,
30 Kegs Nails,
40 Bags Coffee,
18 Hbds. Sugar,
100'J lbs Loaf do.
500 lbs Spring Steel,
55 pair.Eiiptic Springs,
20 large covering Hides,
500 lbs; Blister ISieel,
t 144 Bottles Tonic Mixture,
500 lbs sole Leather,
100 Kegs White Lead,
Sy J. & W. MURPIIV.
Salisbury, SeptJ 20,11839118
R ANA WAY from the Subscriber living in
Hamburg, Si C. on the 27th of August
last,' a negro man by the name of ,
he is about twenty Sve or thirty years of age,
he is a bright mulatto, about five feet eight or
ten inches high, he stoops a linle when walk-.
ing, steps quick, has a downcast look, he is a lit-
from six lo nine feet, well branchedmany oXll blink-eyed, knoikneed, and is avery : plausi
i adovuii uiuij aoou. uieiasLOL4
October, from the subscriber. at that
time residing in Stokes County, N.
Carolina, my Negro man
about -21 or 23 years ol age, and of a very bright
comptexion.i He is a Shoemaker by trade, has
a very); bushy head of hair, a thin visage, ,1s
spare built and weighs! from 135 to 140, pounds.
He has a very large fscar on one of his legs
near the ankle, believejd to be on the right leg,
also a scar on each arm Just below the elbow oc
casioned by a burn. His heels have been frosted,
which injury has left sears cpon them: Cole
man has a wife ( a free woman) near Blakely,
N. Carolina; and it is probable that be may be
in that direction, although many persons believe
tbat be was decoyed off; by a while man, named
Joshua iYoung, who left the neighborhood about
the same time: tor Indiana. 1 will give a re
ward of Fifiy Dollars o any one who will de
liver Coleman to me near Brook Neal in Camp
bell County Va. or whjo will confiLe him in jail,
so that I get him in my f possession i " '-
j RICHARD OVERSTREET.
Brook NeallCamplMl cty, Va
December 21, 1838
Emporium of Arts 5 Sciences.
ALlOTldally alrivals bf Books and Sta
tionary at the Great Hall of Science.
Among the variety are the following; new and
valuable wonts :
Sketches of the Greek; and Roman! Poets, .from
Homer to Tiypbydorns - -
History of the Harvard University
Speeches of the Hon.1 Daniel Webster .
Ditto John Sargent l-i - A ;
Percival's Wonders of the World
History of the; American War by Charles Botta
Gymnastics for Youthj f
Mirror bf Time : j , , . . -. 7
Sketches of London by ithe author of Beach and
'Bit'- j I : r . ;
Voyage round the Wiorld by Reynolds :
Beauties of Ireland i . ' ... . J
Whigs and Democrats or love of no Politics
All new publicatbns regularly received as
soon as published . . j2 -;- -77T
A large collection 4f Sehool Books always on
At ths ftbrih Carolina Book Store.
( and tor sale'aljreloced prices; by :-
1 -AA. I trtTiTRUPn a. UfTniin:
ble fellow. I bought said negro from Mr An
drew Drew, of Salisbury, North Carolina, some
time in November last, from : which place, he
brought Simeon, jit is probable he will try to
go back to Salisbury, as he says his mother lives
there When he left, he had on a green broad
cloth frocK coat, a checked shirt, satinet panta
loons and vest, a new straw bat, and a pair of
yankee made boots'. Whenever he stops, he pro
bably will attempt to get employment in some
public house as a waiter, or in some stable as ost
ler, as he has been . accustomed to such work
since he belonged to roe. I will pay for his ap
prehension and deliverv to me in Hamburg. S
C, the above reward, orj TWENTY FIVE
DOLLARS if lodged in any Jail in this State
(South Carolina.)! or North Carolina.
THOMAS G. PARKINSON. ,
Hamburg, S. C. Sept. 20th. 4839 Sm8
Den tal Over at ion .
D: va . i i, a .
R R W Vy HITINGTON, haying loca
ted in Salisbury, JV. (X,lfwrs; his Professional
services to the citizens of Rowan aud the adjoin
ing Counties, i j . s;A
He may be found at Col. LorrpV Hotel,
where he is prepared to perform any and every
Dental Operation. j j r
? 2CP Examinations made without charge. .
CP Materials and work warranted in all
cases. November 8, 1839. tf
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to be corfiin
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of sight, pal(
of fixing the
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a total deran
that haunt t
wisest and fc
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proved a gn
use of mere
as in many
with the abc
in a trunzon:
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on the count
noticed in a
Dr Wm. E)
age of the 1
wishes to sa
that those a:
for ten yean
in her. head,
in the stoma
She could fii
f ral physicii
nntil afier si
time she bej
will be perf
as to the tri
ted for ten
pains in the
of her heart
not lie on he
ability of er
vigor or cou
sion to parti
A' Mr Ken n
4 ion of her c!
suaded her I
J She is no
not only car
fairs, but av
present as s
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ly costive, 1
of due enerc
City cf .
' pose and
, bove ceri
- respects t
Sworn be for
JOHN A .
. May 10,