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Dec. 6, 1839, edition 1 /
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3 From Ae Franklin Farmer, j
Mb. Editor :-r-Tb8 following ru
measuring corn tnlbalk is sent yoa opder
the belief tint it trill prove useful to dzny :
; ' JZws.- Having , previously ; levelled! ,the
corn in the house, so that it trill be of j?quil
depth tbroVot, ascertain the length, breadth,
and depth of the bulk ; multiply these di
mensions together, and their, product jhf j4 ;
'lhen(cut off one figure from the right jo the
nrndnrt. This will cive the boshels! and
decimal bushels of shelled corn
be required to ascertain the quantity of
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ilhe earn, substitute B for 4. end cat ! off
. one figure as before.
Example In a bulk of corn in the
measuring 12 feet long, 11 feet broad
0 feet deepi there will be 316 bushela
740ths of a bothel of shelled cornH63S
bushels and 6 lOths of ear coro as ihus:
316 1 8
V The decimal 4 is used when the object is
' to find the quaoiity of shelled corn,
cause that decimal is half of 8, and jt
qnircs 2 bushels of ear corn to make
bushel of shelled corn, la using this1
half a busliel.shquld be added for every 1Q0,
bo account of the decimals. :
' "; A waggon load of corn can be calcula
;in the same way, by getting the average
, depth, where the bottom is not strtight.
If every farmer would cot out thrs
keep it, it might be useful to him. in
course of time. 1
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' " From the Cultivator. 1
LAWYERS AND FARMERSi
; We perceive by'the news journals, thai there
were about one hundred attorneys and counsel-
(lorn graduated or licensed, at May term ;of
SoperioV Court Afsoming this to be the s
age number graduated at each term, the; terras
being four in a year, and counting only the n ijn
- ber of attornys.lhe annual secession of this c irps
roust be two hundred. And these two hen red
. lawyers are to live end grow rich, hovtf ? t B rja
ny branch of productive industry ? By adc in
to the wealth, the qoiet and substantial en oy
menu of society f We fear not They 0 ust
live by tbeif profession, honestly if they 'can
but.tbey miut live; and with the law makdg,
law dtspeniting, and fee regulating poreis virtu
ally in their own hands, is it to be wondered fljai
litigation increases, that the delays of the law
are multiplied, and the expenses of justice aug
mented Y If one lawyer diams from the earn
- too1 of labor, two or three thousand dollars ja yjeSr,
. what amount of these earnings will it rtuirelto
support, in leTal, eiyle,uen thousand lawyers f
The answer, by ihe rule of three, would b4 l4f n
ly or thirty millions of dollars. Geo. Sievphs,
Un his ingenious lecture opon heads, compares the
law to fire or water ; a very good servant bul a
hard master ; very useful and pleasant in md
eraie quantities, but extremely inconvenitntjaod
minchievoos when in excess. .We have seep in
the print shops, a caricature very illustrative of
Geoige Stephens's comparison a portly Well
dressed gentleman going to law and a meagre,
tagged skeleton ol a man who had bttnto IMo.
T We are by-no means disposed to blamd he
yonnw gentlemen who are thus crowding toj He
lempTe of the law, for fame and fortune, howe rer
we may lament, the fatuity which impels them
' en.. Law js the great avenue lb office, to jweijth,
to distinction, to faehioo- by- common consent,
and the fond mistaken parents are generally as
' sanguine in their anticipations of honor "and Mis
tinctioo as the sons. There are many eminmi
and disiingnished lawyers, useful and ;woHhy
members of society, and there are a great many
who are quite otherwise, whose ttantst ra'ther
than their Irishes, lead, very much to Che i in
' crease of liiigation ; but who might heve been
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y ny.n u, ,o common weaitn. nao iney
chosen a different and more suitable
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ltimalI hliihn. In it In Ik. Miial ...1. t ..I
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bad schools of instrocl ion combininor the nufnl
ith th ,,,M- i.lo, i .t,.:0i:
k.if -.r .1 .i "n j- it!
half of thos who are v annually crowding: and
burthening the legal profession, would bechm
oseful cultivators ofthe soil. What a vastHm-
proveinent this would fffct, in a few yearj in
-ftKtfi. Jnnli t lnr t . tiair iiio ak lis
lhe basis of its wealth, the intellectual rpn-
oondiuon .f us inhabitants, and in their moral
and econcmmal habits. Soch schools shnuld
tbey ever be established among us, either by the
wisdom of the legislature, nr the well directed
efTects'of individual patriotism, would soon
nually scatter over tbe state hundreds of yobng
men distinguished alike for ' strength of. m
These would carry with them a piacticill ktjpw
irvrfiv t f MAflhAl a m A a. A . . I a L : J i
ie!A or tne nest modes of farming, the best im
plements. the best breeds of animals ; and each
i in h a futore sphere of action, would ; become a
lining proof to hoee around him, of the practi--
eaoiiuy 01 improving, our agriculture, and an
example to ibem of good habits and good man
agement. W'herarer we find a good farmer, He
.; ace the benefits of its example in most of x tjhose
around him, which diminishes as we recede.
Wjere the good farmers multiplied a four or
tight hundred a year, as they might be through
therfloence of schools of practical and scichti
fiicr agficolture, the adtantiga-, to the state
would be incalculably great. j
J: We are no agrarian in our opinions. We con
sider all professions open to free competition ,and
as useful, when limited in their sphere and Bom
ber. Iflhere is a criviledged class in bur bona
. munity it is the intelligent tillers of the soil ;
, not that tbey are priviledged by law.or by pbpo.
lar favor bo t that tbey are pmiledgcdby kheir
Creator, in the. enjoyment ofa greatetbhare of
temporal blessings, the natural rresolt jof sber.
industrious .and contented habits, than perhaps
any other class in tbe community. Oar e sh
to see them intelligent and lodepentfeni.titaittiey
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Si nureojoV the reward, an4 the stale the benefit.
We aSK trotn inem no exclusive ijjHuiiujww--,
agfmeot or bfanty bat roefel some of the crumbs
which fall from Ihe public table, sod which have
heretofore, at least io some jnsUnces. been jitishr
ly. if not wfckfidly Kjoandered epocj far lesa wor
ibj objects- We wish toseelgiicqltare brought
forward from the shade, frumj the: back ground,
where it has-been too loojr obscot and;degra
ded byiisooridce tnd seTTil apathy ; and see
the :'rpcblie;twattyf like theun:and the rains
which frcctiff the earth ind cause it to bring
forth food for mo. dispensed Mite to ail classes
of the community . feh
I END OF THE WORLDS
A Ret. Mri Miller has been (and we bel
stilt is) preaching in some parts of Massaeha-
setts, and declaring bis copvictioo, as tne resuu
of close calculation, that toisworld1is to comp to
an nd in about four Years from lb is time. Some
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01 tne pa er. nave reen i7ieNt
Miller contradicts the reported says be is more
and more convinced tbatjhl is right, and that
we shall see Christ coming id the cloada of Heav-
en, in all .the glory oL bis farther, somewbeie I
Such calculations as these are! absurd and
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.wrong. 1 rue it oecomes u an w oe prcparcu
for the coming ot Unnst ataty momeoi, ana rar
belt from us to encourage ;ny 6n to postpone
this preparation even till tb'i ?ear 1-S43 ; bujt of
that day and that hour lniiWeib 00 oan. no nut
the angels which are io j Heaven.! -Christian
Seeetary; - flj - j j
The screeching, screaming, drunkenness,
vulgarity, and profanity, jexhibiled in Tam
many Hall on the result 61 tne election! in
this city, exceeds the power of description,
and must have been deeply painful to the
respectable men of the rty sustaining ihe
ticket. One of the radicals as a specimen
of the manner of expression in the old
Wigwsm, cried ont ' Waiter give that
Whig a quart of HelUfire I" Surely it is
time tor reform. Jr. JrAStar.
State of JVorili Carolina
, WILKES. COUNTV.
Court of Pleas and Quarter
November Sessions, 1839
Gleen &. Martin,
- vs. I
y ied 01
pal Attachment Isv-
Wm. H. Hackett
onf defendant's Lands.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that tbe defendant Wm. H. Hackett. is not an
inhabitant of ibis State: Itisbrdered by tbe Court J
that publication be made for six weeks ?n theCar I
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olina Watchman, for tbe said WokSH. Hackett, :
to appear at our next CourtJ to befheld for thi
County of Wilkes, at the Court House, in
Vilkeorou2b, on the firsf mooday after the!
fourth mooday of January next, and answer ; or
or judgment will be entered against him, and
tne Lianas conaemnea 10 sausiy piainiiusueot.
Witness, Wra. Mastidj CIflrk our said Court I
at Office, the 1st monday after the; 4th monday 1
of Ootober. 1839.
! ; WM. MASTIN1, c w c c.
Nov. 29. 1839 Printe'sfee 0 j
State of Jlottu atrcltna,
Court jof Equity- JVrl Ttrtp, 1839.
Polly Early, Executrix of laa Early, dee'd.")
1. vs. 1 I
Pleasant Kirby, Thomas Kir by and others
TN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of
JL the Court; ibat Ihomas ILirby.oneof tbeDe
feodants in this case, does riot reside within the
limits of this State j it is therefore ordered, that
pooueaiieo oe maue tor Bixjwera.B tq ice oaroit
na Watchman, printed atRSalisbury that nn
loss the said i Thomas Kiibv apneat at the next
Court of Equity, to be boldeu for the county of
btokes, at tbe toort-Housein bermanten, on
the second mbuday after the fourth mooday in
March next, and plead, answer or ;demurr, the
Bill will be taken pro oonfeeso, and the case set
down for heading ex parte as to htm.
' Witness, F. Fries, Clerk snd Master of our
said Court, 2d monday after: 4th monday in Sep-
FRIES, c.u. b.
Nov. 296wl8-Pnotefs fee 5
State of ilovtfi CaftdUua
Superior Court of Law f Fall jlVm, 1839
Gideon Debord, ")
Petition for Di voice.
IT appearing to the aatit$fariioa of the Court,
that thej defndant Ptly Debwrd, is not an
tnbabiunt of thie ute : Ordered y tbe Court,
that publication be madepbree months in the
Carolina Watchman, that ihe eaid Pollv Dehnrd
I appear at the next Superio) Coort.Uo be
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Wilkee County, at tbe Cofm HooU in Wilkes-
boro.' oo the7th Monday iflter the 3d monday of
February next, aod answer to ea d petition, m it
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WI nMIQ pa"e, np Jflgw awaroeq
WTiiness, James Gwyn, Jr., Clerk of onrsaid
Superior Court at ilkesbtro,' the 7th mooday
of the 3d monday of August, A V. 1839.
J GWYNNJJr. c. s c.
Nov. 29, 1839 SmlS-r-Priote'e fee $10
' SPHERE will be exposed to! public sale on
JL the 24th of December! 1839, at the late ies
denee of Henry Sloan, dec 'd, the following
a luable property, via : j j
A LAItGE RO.VD WAGON,
fitcf six Xulutble
12 of as finefMILCfl
COWS, asiever ws
milked, and some CALES, and Provender of
all kinds. , I
A large quantity oj ' Cfanxmd)?ome Wheal,
and a quantity of Seed potion,
fine threshing Machine or
two, and Farming Utensils
of all kinds. ) and Houso
hold and j Kitchen
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Together with a great! many ether things too
tedious to mention Terms made known on the
1 day of sale.
is ROBT STEWART, AAsW
Pfov. 59; 19597wl
JYE H?fjriS IVJLEIjEIl IV
THE SUBSCRIBER BAViyG RE
MOVED m$ SiaOP TO THE
x , buwdMg - formerly:
. A"vVO fLYJi S THE ' :
Continuesto keep 90 band a good assortment e
Breast Pth$anfi Rings? 1 '
Silver Stioohiiond" Pencils, -
Jica ojfeirittT .Sirer 7tmofef :
Rodgers Pocket and Pen Knives.
And all otberWiticles in his line
cms oemm uwrcuEs
Repaired in (he best manner.and warranted for
twelve moo lbs. j Old Gold and Silver taken in
exchange for articles purchased, or in payment
for debts due
Salisbury, Joiie 7, 1839 tf45
l.mHE OJEcers-oflpavieare respectfully b-
11 formed, that Qol. H. tt. Austin of iMocta
vi'.le, has become nr Agent for the eale of
Blaoks io that Qeunty, of whum tbsy may be
had, hereafterruponllbe same terms a of us.
October IB 1839 iH
NEW JEWELLERY, &c.
HAS another new supply of Gold and silver
WATCHES,5 Plain English and French
do: Gold Fob! Chains and Keys, ine breast
Pine and Finger Rings, Silver Butter Knives,
Paient and plain pencils, Tooth Picks, Fob
Chains, Spectacles and Thimbles, Steel and gilt
r 00 vnams ino ivej.
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AVERY FINE AND LARGE ASSORT
MENT OF RAZORS AND POCKET
AND PEN KNIVES,
by different makers and uther articles usually
kent bv Jewellers. 1 All of which will be sold
low for Cash, or only ? six months credit, after
which time, miarest will be charged. Work
done faithfully and punctually.
Salisbury, May 3 1839 tf40
nTIHE Stockholders; in the Salisbury Maaufac-
fl taring Company, are hereby notified, that
an instalment of Twenty DoMara per share will
be payable to the nnderetened on the 20th day
of December next, t By order of the Directors
01 tne 00m piny.
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Mif H HORAH. Tr. !. M
Salisbury, 28th; F"o , 1839 3w t
Dental t Operations.
IR. R. W WrflTlNGTON. haying loca
ted in Salisbury. lM C offers hie Professional
servicee 10 tne citizen? 01 nuwin ana inc aajoin
-l .-!-: rr I - L J.I
ing Counties. ! ' : .
He may be ronne at aoi. l.optg s wotxi.,
where he ie prepared to perform any and every
Dental Operation' i r .
iCjf- examinations maae wiinoui oaersv.
SrTJ Materials ind work warranted in all
cases. lovemoer , . tr
Mtr e!iZ3e Douglas,
fed himself in Salisbury, re
spectfully tf riders his professional eervices
to its citizens, and those of the surrounding coon
try. ins omce is trie one recently occopieo oy
Dr. BouchelleJ where he can be found at all
times, except whehjabtenton professional du
ties. Salisbury I jade 7, 1839 tf45
LEJILl & THO.IIPSO.
iPKCCUPYING the House formerly occupied
by-Lemly K Son, beg leave respectfully
to inform the public of this snd the surrounding
Counties, that i they Thave just opened a large
Boot and Snoe Shop. Tbey
bold themselree in' readiness to execute any de
mand, however laree in the above line. Gen
tlemen and Ladies can be accommodated with
I out fail, and in reasonable time. Negioee shoes
made with despatch Repairing done on good
terras. - . if I j i f) u: -
gcy Eight or tea Boot and Shoe-Makers can
get employment ly .making early application to
tbe Subscribers at pa Itsbury. L. & T.
November 29. 1S89-4wl8
(CP The public must be aware that cash will
at all limes command the best bargains.
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TimXXS ' OF ; WATOHIilAIT.
The Watcbmaji may hereafter be had for
1 two Dollars and Fifty Cents per year
I A Class of roua pew subscribers who will
PJij in ouronce iiiei wiioie sum ai one paymeni.i
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wntmutus.ldM in advance he sum of
Etght DoUars lUieame terms shaH conunoe,
otherwise UefjirtMJw charged as other subscri-
jaj&0 vnvu) wuw y' 1 & ouuit viaoo oaiai
Subscribers who do not pay during the year
will oe charged tbee Dollars in all cases.
No subscription will be received for less than
one year om py paymeni tn acvance. .
No paper will . be' discontmced but at the nn
ttoo of the EditomJ unless all - arrearages are
paid op, 'I? 1
- JCJ A11 letters to the Editors most be' post
puia, otnerwise tnej win cenainiy not oe ai
tended to. I v H
TERMS, OF ADVERTISING.
One Dollar per sduare for the first insertion
d Tweniy.fiv Cents per equare for eaeh in -
wriiQii iiif iwirag. o ;
-.: r. . ti!s
Court Notieef will be charged 25 per cent.,
higher than the; above rates. A dedection of
SSi per ct. fromitbe -regular prices will be made
to those thai artf ertise by ihe yearl i
? No ad veniseinent will be Inserted for less
than one Jjouarl r.
' Advertisements will be continued until orders
aj received to etm' thetnj wrrfeTS tits dlrtfTtefis
sTbe Subschterjufprms the public, that he baa
fof snle, hislNursnes jn Dandson County,
1,000 trees of the Morus Muhicaulis, these
are superior 10 cuuius wmuuuuwh. u FwpT 1
ocblatedJ and irt healthy, growin? condition.
J will have trees delivered in' good condition,
at any reasonab e distance.from Lexingtoo, say
7a or 100 milesfif amount of, orders will justi
fy lit,) fbf Which I will charge the usual price of
baulinz. It will be iwell lor vnose wno wisn to
obiaiu trees, to get the Catalogue of the N urse-1
crate irom.i n is prices snau oe tne maraej pno Frecch, reach and Apple ISrandy, Utn, Wonoo-
ofithe sfitde intbe Northland elsewhere. He trahala and old WhiskeyrJamatca aodN. E.
alio has a large jatcf of Fbit Trees, consisting Rum Xoaf Suar, ( Varnishes, Sand Paper,
of jApples Pear: Beaches, Plums,, Cherries, Glass Ware aad Bbltled, Lemon and Ginger
being Seleclitms of the! best American and syrup. Lime Juice, j Tamarinds." Jus, Corfcsj
Euiopean: fruits; all of which are grafted or in- Pn-v-i Buoka and Mans. Pines. Iron and Comp.
ries, which contains pricesjand will be sent gral- oamon Boards. Matches. Balm of Columbia for
i3 to all lapplicniaj the isiage being paid, bald heads, Elixir of Opiamf S watm- Vermi
Communications will he - piromptly fltepdedjo fe a thousand other articles, just teceived
iu fc.cj4iig.mn v. .
Lexington; K. C. pepWir,'48S9.
ro THE .
AND WINTER OF
THE Subscriber informs the public, that she
has; juat received through the Norihem
Uitiesthe latest and most approved
LONDON li! PARISIAN FASHIONS,
And is prepared to execute orders ia the moat
stylish and satisfactory manner.
JVork sent from ajdiatadce shall be carefully 1
tl n. anI InrWolJ.l J I
nnl on and (orwsrdad. I
tC3 A few; Bonnets, Capa, Tnrbans, asd
other articlee, will bt? kept jpn hand far sale. 7
Mrs. 0. P i ia also prepared to execute
Crimping-and Flotinon reasonable termis.
Salisbury, October 18, 1839. : - . r:-
THE Subecribereiake pleasure in announcing
to the Public, that the GREAT WES
TERN TRIWEEKLY STAG
from Salisbury via the Catawba Springs, Lincoln-
ton. Rutherford ton, to Asbyille.N.C will com
mence ronaihg on the Sid instast.
Departs from Saliibory, on Sundays, VVei
nesdsys, and Fridays at 6 o clock, A. M., ar
rives at Ashvtllelon next day, at 8 o'clock, P. M.
jieares Ashyille for Salisbury, at 6 oclock, A.
Mi. on Sundays, Tuesda3fs; and Thursdays, ar
rives at Salisbury next day; 8 o'clock. P. M.
This Line (ot SPEED. GOOD DRIVERS,
TEAMS, and COACHES caooot be eurrwae-
ediiby any Hneiin the btae. It conaecte with
the DAILY LINK at ni;euury tor tne norm,
and at Ashviile With the lae toKnosvtile, Tee-
nessee. ; j j: 'y
Passengers leaving Raleigh, N. C. for the
Weet will find; thie the; nearest Route by 20
miles, and decidedly: the cheapest. Aod for fine
i bv any
roans, romantic i scenery, particularly
over theiBlue' Ridge, it is not excelled
other in N. Caiehna.
: ; A. BENCINI
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Salisbury, Nov. 8, 1839. tf 16 -N.B.
This Line intersects the Line at Lin
coin ton for Greenville, S.fC. via Spartanburg,
and the Limeetohe Springs.
The North Carolina Standard, and
Knoxville (Tenn.) Argus, will insert the above
advertisement weekly for four weeks, snd for
ward their accounts Jo this Office.
. . I i -1 ! ; A. B. & R. VV. L:
ALL persons Indebted to the Subscriber,
whose accounts are over twelve months
standing are reqaeaied to call and settle the
same either y eash or note by the 1st of Janua-
ij, icur-oioerwisq ineuiaccounis Will be pot
into tbe hands of an officer for collection
j j HORACE H. BEARD.
November 15 1339 416
ABSCONDED about the last of
October, from the subscriber. at that
time residing ink Stokes County, N.
Caroliha,my Negro man
1 COEsEJIMJY. .
atoSTor 28 years of age. and of a very bright
emnlexion. He ia a ShoemaWr k irto f,.
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:!: a. tl a . e i ' . . .1
a ; very oosny neao of nair, a turn vjsajre, is
spare built and weighs from 135 to 140 pounds.
He has a very large scar on one of his legs
near the ankle, believed tube on the right Ie?
also a scar on each arm just below the elbow oc
casioned by a burn. His heels have been frosted.
wmcn injury nas ten scars cpon inem. Uolew
man has a wife ( a free wioman) i.ear Blakely,
Carolina, and it is probable that he maybe
in that direction;, although many persons believe
I u "i .v. y, niniB 111 a 11. na men
Vnn- .u ler Ik- 'j I
the same time tor Indiana, l will give a re-
warn 01 r iiy Mar5 tOjany one wno will de-
,r,er Coleman to me nea Brook Neal in CamL
m y Va. or who jwill connre himinia
sl lhal i y,. 5DQ.SftfiS;nn
mr mi' . m -. a . .
I RICHARU OvERSTREET.
Brook Nal, Carppbel cty, Va lf--
December 1, 1838
LL tbo6ejwhd are! indebted tome, are re
quested in make payment by the 1st Jan
uary next, as no longer indulgence can be g:ven
Those wbdfailHtosettleby that time, may ex
beet to find their notes and accounts in the hands
ff ,,n officer; for ;coliectipn. - , ;.
ll 1 tm a,R9 esiroos of moving to the West
and now oner my .
fi sale good payment will be given.
Her4 1 achaece for a srood stand in thu
bosioess part of town, with suitable Buildings for
.u. uu .ucuu.uits. oucu mu upponnnuy
tu uuj.uuvs uui uuer every day.
! J i UENRT SMITH.
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MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS. PAINTS,
Oils. Snuffs, fTobacco, Spanish Cigars,
Candles, Rice, Starcb, Soaps, Perfumes, Brush-
J.- Inoltnmiinl Pacta TikvrHa tl'inA I ttPf fld
Wrapping Paper, Qaills: Ink, Drawing Paper
anpaiois, Madeirai Teneriff, Malaga, Port,
sherry, UUampaigo, joscai and Liiarei tvines
Mortars and Pestled, Candle Wick, Blacking.
Lee's, Dean's, Dyott'e,' Anderson's, Hooper's.
Scott's Conk's. Shop. Beckwtth's. Peters, Mof
fiC8, Evans', Brand with V and Pbelpa Pills,
Houek's and Swaims Panacea, Moore and An
derson's Couzh JDrobs, Snuff Boxes, Spices,
o,DDer Saoce. Rowand's Tonic Mixture, Back
land tur aaie ctieap, ai me apoinecarj 07-
Salisbury, Aost. S3, 1839 U4
HE Subsciiber has for sale (deliverable af
ter the fall of the leaO from EJOHT
THOSL2JiD to TEJV THOUSjUVD geun-
ine Moru Multicaulua Trees, fram roots and
cuttinga, now growing in and near the Town of
PiUaborough, fortb Carolina. These Treosare
large and superior, many of them now measure
from aix to nine feet,v well branched, many of
which will count from one to three hundred
buds each. 1 will sell any number thai may ne
required at market prices, by the tree, by the
I . L . I 1 W Ivl Tallin. K
loot, or oy um ouu, ua www
the bud. I - v ,
Also for sals, one million of the beat, stock of
Silk worm Egge forfeedinjJ y
. ! JJMES J. HORJYE.
Pitlsborough. Sepl 6, 1839 tf6
: :" : i (; r
BF. FRALEY keeps conatantly ct . hand
e a full supply of ready M
MADE I CLOTHING,
Coats, Pantaloons and Vesta, also Cloths, Caai-'
meres aod Vesting, all of which he will aell
low for cash. He ie also prepared to cut and
make clothing in a very superior atyle, and war
ranted to fit well. Garments cut on short no
tice. He will teach the '
AHT OF OUTTXITO
on the most approved and Fashionable Style to
tailors wisntng instruction, . u. r.
Sept. 6, 1839 12tu6
"O ANAWAY from the Subscriber livinff in
iLtL Hamburg, S. C. on the; 27tb of August
last, a negro man by the name of
he is about twenty-jive or thirty years of age,
he is a bright molatto. about five feet fight or
ten inches high, he j stoops a little when walk
iag, eepe quick, has a downcast look, he ie a lit
tle blink-eyed, knorkneed, and is a very plausi
ble fellow. I booght said nejro from Mr An
drew Drew, of Salisbury, North Carolina, some
time in Norember last, from which place, he
broS1 Simeon. It A probable he will try to
ac to Salisbury, as he saye his mother lives
there ? When he left, he had on a green broad
cloth froca coat, a checked shirt, satinet panta
loons and vest, a new straw hat, and a pair, of
yankee made boots, i 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 tome. I will pay for his ap
prehension ai)J delivery to me in Hamburg, S
C. the above reward, or TWENTY FIVE
DOLLARS if lodged in any! Jail in this State
(South Carolina,) or North Carolina. " ,
THOMAS G PARKINSON. ;
Hamburg, S. C. Sept. 20thi 1839 3m8
i ' i . .
RUNAWAY" from the Subscriber on the 14th
inst., an Apprentice boy. named Chriaten
bury Franzy, aged about 14 years. Said boy
had on an old pair of yellow breeches a pert,
smart little Wlow dark eyes. I expect he has
gone to the West, or will go in company with
some movers from Rowan and Montgomery, aod
will cross the Catawba river at Beatles ford
I will give the abote reward for the delivery of
said boy at the Hijh House. Cabarro m . and
I WH ge a liberal; reward for any information
that may enable roe to jet him.
" l HENRY TROUTMAN.
High-House, Nov. 25, 1839. ; St
Rflmf;n(, Pn,;nn. n
7"iTO "?J jLf- r i , 7 1CS'
Justrecexted Cf for sale wholesale & retail
kW f y m "
m wk niPma I .nt 1rr in a i "'
JTuU tl 1 v " ar,,, o 44 incnes
SO coils Bale Rope.
u Kegs Xiails, I
40 Bags Coffee, i
I 18 Hbds. Snar, I
100J lbs Loaf do. !
6C0 lbs Spring SteeT,
53 pair Eliptic I Sprint
20 large covering Hides,
500 lbs Blister Steel,
144 Bottles Tonic Mixture,
500 lbs sole Leather,
100 Kegs White Lead, .
i' hy : i;
By J. & W. MURPHT.
Salisbory, Sept. 20, 1839 tf8
; In MocksvpU, JVV C.
f TIIOl S FOSTER
R Pit URMS the DubllC thai tin ha rmnrpH
JL from his lorroeristandi to liis new boildine
on the public sqoaej in the Town of Mocks
ViUe, whee he will continue' to keepui,
: House ofEntcrt aitttncnK j
it His Hoase ie roomy and ?cnmodioas; attach
ed to which are SIX COMFORTABLE OF
FICES for gentlemeo of the Bar, all conven
ient to the Court House. , The aubscjicei pledg
es himself to the most dilfgent exertions, to give
satisfaction to such as may call Ton fhim. His
TABLE, BAR&STABLESare provided in
the best manner that the country will afford
ano ni eeryans ere iauniiLann pTOTDpr.
151 .rra H3L 2
HA LMOSTdatly an
r tiohaiy at the C;
Among the Variety ate t
valuable works :
Sketches of tbe Grcfk ;
Homer to Try phj
History of the llattr.r
Speeches of the Hon. 1
Ditto John Sargf ct
Percival'8 Wonders tf 1
History of the Auieric :
Gymnastics for Youth
Mirror of Time
Sketches of London bv
Voyage round tbe Wc;I
Beauties of Ireland
Whigs and Democra ts r
All new publicativr. 3
;soon as' published.
A Urge collection tf .
hand, ; ;
and for sale at reduce!
, . TUI:.
v Raleigh, Acnst, I
I .! ... : , iMV . -
npUE Trustees cf t'
Jl demy, inform tSie
ill be opened oa I.k:
next. It ia their intent,
On a peimanent and r
care will be wanting en t
every reknect, worthy ..
friends of education, c.
seek for their daughter
tual and moral culture
them to occupy with m
sphere to which thsy n. z
l hey are now cauLi
secure for Teachers, a
I Meanwhile they har
J. Baker, a you og ladj
ficatioos and capacity f
have perfect confidcri :
taught music in this t:
entire astisf act ion. A?
ers are obtained, Mi: .3 1
herself exclusively t3 t'
For beginners, per :
For the Rudiments, ui:'
, ography and Hisi r
The above with the I i
Literary Depart r.
Music on the Piano ar. J !
Ornamental Needle "
of Wax Flowers; will :
at 5 each,'
. " By order of the V
- Salisbury, Sept. 27, I
rSlHE Subscriber 1;-.
J. pindle for :.!.:
do much better than wu!
dies. It is so construct t !
or killing the meal in an
is eo confined by the w;
serve its ba1ance and t i
bing of; the stones.
I think, by this impr
water will do at least (
and the meal of superior
"Any person wishing 1
dies, may obtain one or r
Mon, fwiihin a short ii:
M.Hjksville, Davie Co li
bable c;st will not exrec J
Spindle ready for use.
The following persr.r.
Spindle in successful ( (
Kelly, Th.; Fos'ter, J
Foster, of Davie.Coonty ;
David J Ramsuur of I
of' Rowan ; Addison !.!
William Doss of Surry,
pleased with its per fur c
November 8, 1839 1 1
; vllortis Ti.
" 'I. " .!: ' -' r
A CONSIDER AUL
-Oa. TREES may be!
C. about the last of nex:
the Fall. The propiiei
pose-of them at the i r:
considerations, he prefer
taken by his native bi'
the same as in Balttmorf
be forwarded to 'purcha?r
remitted. It is hopsd 1!
engage, may do so at an
inquire of E. L.
Feb 16, 1839 tf2r)
Of all the reported D rr'
North Carolina, com:;
Reporter and includir:
Supreme Couirt at tl.
Jas. Iredell. Esq. At
TURNER St HUCil
respectfully ask lhe jntr
this work, which is no-..
poblished and ready fr
of r November, 1839.
In the original prop ;
year ago, it was stated 1:
bably not' exceed se v e n
now ascertained it will r
pages, and most thert f
into two royal octavo t;."
ges each printed cn r
and well bound. Pric :
It is recommended t.
men, all of whom will
selves of ii, to direo -e. '
but is also urged opin 1
Sheriffs, and othejo !
them an - esprit iui, in z
which ihe Supreme C
has decided in relafi
similar reason, it is rr -tlemen.
who may liat:
interest to know the t'.
pre me Court, whifh c
deeide, the law cf thp !
act of Assembly , a n d :.
tion opon every tnerr::?
tjf Genlletnen r. i!;
olar favor npon ihe am!
aiding in pioeorina sr.
the list by mail to Terr
of November or Dert r
Carolina Watchman (Salisbury, N.C.)
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