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RIETTA TO 1DEAL0N IN, HEAVEN.
P, riT foo Weakjbe smallesi iinkp ! '
' .y v the sofiftt earthly ctiaio,' . , f
':P - Satre he ona'of, wliich I thinki-j . ,
" You tiiajf meod it oft igvo i v, . ,
y VBatjiha heart thti ooc is tiven,
w Oti"! ii jcanaol raeaded be, . j .
For iiii links were made in heaven, ,
And ihe ianiles thai came lipta ibce J :
If yoa fob ibe turcica nest v ,
- Of ber Hille ones, be tries
: All the next day fo find rest j
; AViih ber pinions in ihe tkies
Ana, alas ! berverdnTen; : ...
;. aie is willing there to be, "
Jofit because she has Iieaten,
- IJke mf sool, loei without tbee I
Beaotyjs but a. vain and doubtful food,
A ehlniAg'' gloss that fadeth suddenlr, "
A fluwier that dies when Hist it 'gins io bod-i
A little glass that's broken present I j ;
A doubt fnl foodi a glos a glass, a flower : :
Lost, faded, broken dead within an hior.
4 . -
PXIXOES CUHIUIIIT JQlT
v - Salisbuiit, Aogust 28.
' Brandy ap
a 50 i Oats.
8 a 10 I Pork,
-Cotton in seed 1 1 j J Sugar, br.
, Feathers, ,
I f Flour,
'Iron, per lb. 4J Gj I
jjinseeu uu, pr. -s?-"gaU
40 a 60
8 a 10
15 a 20
1. 1 '
VpiHB : Subscriber".' rfspctlol - informs vhis
ML friends and the putitc,inav ur is i.ww ,
in"' on' ihe Tailoring. Basing rn, Lexin-lon
ind hupes Ibat afttt asitetrce . tWrtteo years.
A :T the house of Hogh Bron. between three
1 porcbased Jack.of I and four" rniles abuTe,-lIke8toro, and on
ihe Yadkin lilei, there : will be sold, on the
aemay bepprciiited U solicit, pabhc fatnbri
in And' will le indulge
tini lbat,be;hJS eiu- lhe aoani?g-s -.
t.irrfed lo the attainment of superiority fn
&asiopsboth m Europe aod Aruerica--I5years
jo 'Earoptf, and 20 in Aineruja. He employs
hm ii.p Ai of workmen! ''.-th d&uidj
Y mV Consent my negro man JACK left
"1 ..n ili. 1Rik nf .1 d1b tact ' nn mw
r uriAU sad saodle.te return in eight day.
Said negro bas botlyet returned, aod from a let
ter jot Teceif ed, I Ihink he is conctaled or kept
br Mr. A Aeob Eateisow, of Chatham County,
now a caocioiie ioi toe oenaie irora iun
Coontr. It eeems frota the letter, that he eon
tends that Jack is free
JoBathan Ketrel. of Greene county. Alabama,
who, bought him oflMr Estis,a genuemao who I 22nd aod HSnf fdaya 'of '..September next, three riicularij remembered thai he ttprranU eye?
sold three or four tiroes, at deceased persons sales
and regisiefed in the Clerk Offieor Lhatham
County Court ( ipvryart, lw noticet '
any person or persons conceal or harboor the said
Jack, tfihe Is a free roan, 1 will prosecote them
to the end of the law. : No person has toy right
to him ontil it fsprbfed, hot myself.
. JACK la about 45 years old, a brown malatto.
5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, thin visge teeth not
he left, a brown homespun coal, flax pantaloons, bora' i one of said tp?a aojoins .ne r uohc mm,
and wool bat. 5 -f and as a situation for business equal to any to the
several tracts nf land, contamtng
14 to 9
( - ' . ' - ' e ... i
at- fflnr. that smnaliluie 11)0 larm wnrrwin - ne
W W W - w - m. v - - - ;
lires Said Lands lie va both sides i;l the. ad
lf-it nivr. unit rniain at least.-125 acres .f
Yadkin bottoWj beside a piaomytol goid p
laod:' Also; 450 Acres l Land, on the waters
of Lew a Fork and Keddie'a niter 1 aiso. one
undivided halfoftwp lots in the I own T w Hkes-
Jv tl.irtrr rftn "in -tiis fthoD.
wi h mrwi rpsntriful how.ihe leaves bts
wiicrtations with the public. aand feels flattered
iiit mar bn. freouentl v-palled
. - CHAULES -FOWLER.
Lextngioo, April 3. 134a iy 46 .."
v North Carolina Book Store.
tf-irtnh! wnrksf on Farming Gardeninff,- Bota
, a.---.... - --- . - . , " my
, nv Cattle. Urchards and tne urape vine
'the complete "Farmer, American Gardner,
Florist Uutdei The Greeft Huue, Budge-Ban's
Oadeflr.''Aesiatsn'tliwd4H Encychipedia f
nthiniArt of . Wiueoiakin Memoirs i4 the
rPennsylvania Agricdltufal Society ; Treatise on
Own Bk,16Wbryn iWtryrllis.ory the
H orse, New 4Am r ica nl) f ch a r d ist , O rna men I a I,
Trees Farmers Register", complete as far as pub
lished! Masons1 Farrier improved, Loudon's
Encyclopedia t Agriculture ; toneihrr w uh a
inlndid collection ol B-jks io every depariment
! - . - TUltlNEa & HUGHES.
Btleigh May 6. - ; -
N. B. Bjk Bindinff-donf wiih neatness and
despatch, t ,the IS I. UooK omnv
I ill pay $25 for his confinement In any jail
of the State, br 433. if delivered to me in the
- - s.. h & ' f i i sr r
city of Ilaleigh. ; I A"tt l.o i en.
Aogost 31840.1 ' 4- 4t
35 I I
S4 a 4l U
62 a 65
10 a 12
10 a 12
Cheaw,, August 26
5 a 6
- 7a 8
20 a 23
:18 a 25
row-Linen, 10 a 20
Wheatbush 1 52fc
Whiskey, t45 a 50
Wool, (clean) 40
Lard, ; j " .7 a8
mmmmmmm' mmm .
Nail? cutassor 79
a L !. . A
..wroociit io a io
Oats bushel 40 a 50
75 a $1
fHlHIS is to warn all persons in Davidson
-U. coontr and elie where, to be on the look
oo t for Thieves, and from trading for the follow
109 Notes which wire stolen from my house on
the 16ib. instant, together with my pocket book,
containing one dollar tn cash my name is writ
ten on it whilst'myaelf and family, were ab
sent. One note on .jpeorge Tucker, of Cabarras
count r lor ine sum or iu 12 cw. one
on Josiah Binndy,-?f Montgomery county, fu
fi40. with a credit, ot; si a, 1 beJieve; one on
Cornelias-L. Biickbead for $27 ; one on Arch i
bald Mose. of .Moote county, for &1Q ; one on
Peter-Smilb of Pafidfion. for $6 ; one on Silas
Kerns of Randolph! payable to John Worth of
Montgomery county, fur $5 10 ; and a!?o sundry
other notes and accounts, the dales of none of
which I now j recollect, together wilb the fo!
lowinor receipts: one receipt in favor of James
S. Birckbead, for $76, 1 believe, nreu by Jesse
Lewis, Constable ofERandolph county j one other
civen by Kincheon tokes in. favor of Aleian
der Smith, for hotesfleft in his hands, aad which
receipts said Smith left in my hands until here
turn from the! Western Country, whither he
has gone. - There were a number of other pa
pers in the pocket book of no value to any one
but myselfsucb as eceipts and memorandums
Tuwo.- t; -Mf'- 'l--;v - ' '
Also, on tbe!25th and 26th days, there will he
sold on the premises, in Afhe County, 40 Actes
of Land, sitoated on Meet Camp cret-k, valoa
hie for its nieaaVw land and its convenience for a
iinrk fairo : also. 125 Acres, on Pine Swamp
Creek, and 50? or 60 Acres bo the Blue Kidge.
Std lands will ne sold on a creaii 01 mier aiiu
four years, and will e sold by me as extcuior
under the Will of Mm Br-wo, defeased
HAMILTON ukovvis, ii.rr..
' ij j Of John Brown, dee'd.
WilkesbonK N. C., July 31. 1840.
Also, there will be sold on ihe 22nd and 23rd
days of Sent ember next, at the hoase of the above-
named Hugh IB row n.
a qoaninv of ood Wheat, of thegrowib H 18.9
crop of Wheat and Corn of this feat's growth ;
Rtc stid OaUi Hoosfhold and Kitcht-n r r
nilire. Farmiriir Utensils ; Also, on the 25 H
and 26ih. a parcel of STVUK l l lst,. on
he oremises iri Ashe, on Meet-Camp Crefk.
b ut more foil information concernii;? -ine llanos
abuve described, persons desirous to purchase are
referred loHtfgh Bfwn, in Wiike, and John
Miller -who reside tn the Meei ('amy Lands.
t HAMILTON UKOYYiN.
Julv SI. 1840. ids.
fTIHE Subscriber i would respectfully inform
B his friends and customers, that be has re-
" - I . i . . I 1 - V "IT ' 4 . . . 1 . ... t?
OolTeo lb 12 a 15 Pork lOOItisUSj a 6 close bodied coat, etrered botfona j one striped moved to the ppi.se next ooor o oeorge v .
i - 1 nn
THE SUBSCRIBER E
MOVED HIS SHOP TO TUX
BUJL VhYG FORMERLY
-KNOWN AS THE l
POST-OFFICE;- " ?
Continues to keep on hand a good assorlment o
JJratche and Chains,
Pilfer Spoons and Pencih
Mu teal Boxes and Silver Thimltes,
Breast Pins and Rings - 7
Ro'lssers' Pocktt and fen Knives.
And all oiher articles in his hoe.
4 NOVELS Si M ATCHES
Rpnaired in ihe best manner, aod warranted tor
twelveriDontbs Old Gold and Silver taken in
exchange for articles purchased, or in payment
fordeblsdue. ' ls . - -
DAVID L. POOL.
Salisbury, June 7, !839-.tf45
FOR THE . ' - -
FALL ANDVvVIXTEU pF
. 4 .
U aniv( ,
A!i viUe rv :
days, an 1 S
N. d. ;
w ha'etpr t
. J . M 1 1.11 1 I
f m UiE Subscriber Informs the public, that she
J ' has just received t through the Nor'.herft
Ciliesthe late and moar approved ? f !
LONDON & PARISIAN tfASIIIOSS
Ant is prepared to execute orders in . the musi
sty hah and satisfactory manner. : - " !
Work sent from a distance shall be jcatefuHy
out up and forwarded.
P F S. D PENDLETON.
gCp A few Bonnets, Caps, Turbans. -and
other articles, willbekept on hand far sale
V Mrs, S. P is also prepared to execute
Cnmplngnd Fluting on reasonable terms.-
Salisbury, October 18, 1839 . -
Bale rope lb Y 8 a 1 0 linseed 1: 1 0 a 1 25 A quantity of wearing apparel, vifc : one mixed
Cotton 8 a 8i
Corn bush 75 a 87 i Sugar lb
Flour bti f a 0 Salt sack
Feather "V, 45 a;50 C I bush
Iron lOOlbs :5ja 6fc
Molasses;- C40 a 45
-Tallow v?- -121
Steel ;. Atncr.nO a 00
12 a 14
.Fat xttevi LLsrA ug W. i i 840
Brandy, pcach45 a 50
Oo;Apple 37 a 42 .
Bacon, "-yvv Si t 10
, Beeswax 20a -35'
Coffee, Y 12i 131
Cotton, Yv-iV 6Aa 81
Cotton Yarn 13 a 24:
Candles. F.F. 1 ' 17
Flaxseed 90 a $100
Flour V xS4ia$5i
- Feathers S3 a -40
51 a 6
Molasses, S3 a 34
Nails, cut,j ; 61 a 7
Soaar brown, 7 a 12
Cotton ; bag;
, W heat new
FRALEY keeps constantly, on hand
JLPa a lull supply ot reatiy '. p
- - MADE CLOTHLYQ,
Coats, Panialstons arid Vests, aisoXj!luibSj Casi-
meres aod Vesting, all of which ' he v,ill .sell
low. fur cash. He is also prepared ;to cut 'and
mikecloihing in a very superior style, and war
ranted to fit well. Garments cut on short no
tice.- He will teach the ' jj
r AiaT or. otJTTiiTG
on Ihe mot approved and Fashionable Style to
jailor's tvishinir instruction. JJ. r . p.
Sepi 6, IS39l2n6 ;
bs 4 a 5 -mixed Test j two pair of pantaloons, one a fine
,8 9 12i I thread pair, two patjjrof draws, two fine shirts,
! oi I and three socks.; I swill give the above reward
for the detection, and confinement or delivery of
the 1 hief. - 1 ;
-.- --kYv:'; 7 REMARKS,-' " i
A man 01 Tery puepicious appearance was
found early on the morning of last; Sabbath, the
16th inst., in the piazza of ewsom & Spencet's
Store, two and a half miles from tbe residence
of the Subscriber. fMr.Newsom bad a conver
sation With him. tie says he is about 5 feet 10
or 11 inches high, : stout built, wiib small black
whiskers, and that he had on a blue broad cloth
coat, somewhat worn, with a white hat rather
broad brim, of the ftossia fur, and a dark colored
pair of pantaloons.! He carried nothing with
him but a blue; umbrella, lie eiopped at the
Store with the pretence of wishing to purchase
some shirts and pantaloons, but on beino infoiro
ec ne could not get . mem 00 ounaay, lie inq'iir
80 j ed the way to Fayetteville, Siokes' FerrT, aod
A i I . i - 1. .ill - -r
ov a on 1 otner oiaces. ana men went on in a verv contra
ry direction to mat 'in to men ne seemed most
anxious to know about. His whole manner, an
pearance and behaviour, left tbe strongest belie
on the mind of Mr. Newsom, that he was a man
of very suspicious and doubtful character. Some
iime in ine course or me morning 01 ine same
day, he was. again seen a halt mile from the
Store above mentioned, but on Ihe reverse end
in which be; lefti the Store, by Mr Beverly
Gorans ot whom he also got breakfast. Afte
he left fcuratts'. rie; was seen a halt mile from
his house on -the Fayetteville road. Nothin
more has been seen of him since.
18 a 20
75 a 80
$24 a $21
4 a 4
16 a 23
15 V 16
Brown's Storewhere be intends keeping an as
sortment of H 1 ; i " '
GROCERIES ; stun as
Powder and Shott
Snuff Sfc. i
ItiQtipRS of all sorts such as
Frenhh Brandy t ' .
Malaga and Teneriffe TVtnet
Musttit, . I
Lemati Syrup, fyc.
Also, an assortment of
And other thibgs in his line too tedious to men
tion, which,r9 rHitighl tor cash as cheap as
. l ;TTOVa.?f34
TL 5pS OF HULLS.
.WIL,LrAAl A. B1KUKHEAD.
Davidson co., N. (C, Acgust 21, 1940 3 w4
gCJ The Raleigh Register will give the a-
bo?e 3 insertion?, and forward his account
this Office for payment.
State'bf Jiortft eatoUuit,
mil f crust i'lVraii. 1 filA.
j. .r k ,t '! - . ---7 m- v
liisi oaj ui apni, vtnst.,; a negro man, wnosays GPorjre Mti ?
his name is . - - . I ,1 1 ,.,., ',
, . -.mnir .' Ma Fy Riddle, ? : -
John Binkley and Sa
rah Binkley bis vf ife,
a t.ivc op anu committed to ine Jail o
Ji Wildes couniv. North Caiolina. on the
Henry Mocki 1
Peter Mock and
am Mock, j
Is this case it
Petition for sale
a&nt-24 years of age. fite feet eisht inches
high, of a tolerable dark color, quick! spoken aod
very likely. He says be belonrs to John Mc-
oray he don't know where his master lives
he was purchaspd of John: CarnDbell of Craven
county, in this State, and his master was takiner
hj.T to Mississ ppi, and that he runaway from l '"i8. CIfl P"11"? fVr.r
him in Georgia. The owner is rfquewed to Henry Mock Peii;ocknd William J
come forward and mA nwU &l k. are not inhabitants of this State : It is or
and lake bimwaj.or he will beealt with ac
curding to Jawi ,
ANDREW PORTER. Jailor.
April 21. 1840 tf3S
Sali iburtj Coffee-House.
m M0NS 'ROU'cHE; would inform his old nn1Mi?tlu0,Crii,
lVl fneod.and customers, that he Mill ha, l e,f"rle " lrt lh tm and J':d8tRl
on bund a general supply of articles of a superi
or quality io hlsjine of business. He will be
..pleased to" accommodate those who! ma? favoi
fc. I ! . a . a i -
uim who a can, on terms tbe most moderate.
He earnestly requests all those indebted 10
him, either by note or account, to come forward
and settle the same between this aod the next
Rowan Superior Court, as be is obliged io have
money to renew his stock of Groceries, &c All
who do not comply with this rrquect, may ex
pect 10 settle with an ifficer, without respect 10
prraons ' . . 1;
Salisbury, August 23, 1840. jl ' :
to the Court, that
by the Court, that publication be made fur six
weeks in tbejCarolma Waichmar, for tht said
defendants personally 10 appear bftore th Justt
ces of our'Coiurilof !eas4 Quarter Sessions, at
the next Ccut, bfe held (or said county, at ihe
Court House in &Wk3ville.'on ihe 4ih mondav
In November tiexi, and plfad, answer or; demur
.L or . .... r .
less. fntpred against ihfm .
Witness, John Clement, Clerk of our. said
eoun at office
fDIHE SnbspriW has an improved Patent
SL NPINDLEtitr Mills, by which, a jnill will
do much oetief man with the usual lorm i npm
dies. It is so constructed as to kep from healing
or killing thefmeal in any manner. The runner
i8 60 confined by IheSpii dleas always to pre
serve its balance, and of course there is no rub
bing of the siohes.'
" I think, by fthis improved Spindle, the same
water will dd at least one third more business,
and the meal of superior quality.
An.y person wishing io use one of these Spin:
dies, may obtain one or more, by making applica
uon, (within p snort iimel to the subscriber at
Mksville, SfJavie Co. N, C. I think the pro
bable c at, wil not exceed $30 for the Patent and
Spindle ready! for ose.
Thp following jiersons have my patent Mill
Spindle in spccpssful opera tiun. :G"l VV, F.
Klly, Thos.i. F 6ter, JosepliLHall and Samuel
Foster, of Davie Count) ; Gilhreth-DicKson and
David J Raffisoiirof Lincoln ; Charles Griffiih
of Ran; Addison Mo:re of Davidson, and
William Doss of Surry, all of w hom are highly
pieasea wun lis performance.
! L. M. GILRF.RT
Novfmbet Bt 1839 tfl5
ilMttchflVs Geography antl
A TLAS : a iew Geoirraph? and Atlas, tor
sL ihe use of Schools abd nriVate Jearners-
iu fact for all who niay wish to readhistoryand
1 o hare ii inj the family.' A complete ystem 01
modern Geography , comprising a description ot
ihe preseni siaieof the world and i8 nve greai
divisions, Europe. Asia, Africa, America, and
Oce-anica, with 1 heir several Empires, Kingdoms,
States, Territories, &c. The whole embellished
by numerous Engravings of various interesting
objects of Naiureand Art together with repre
sent at ions of remarkable and noted events, sim
olified and adapted to the capacilv f any, illus
tiated by an Atlas of 16. maps drawn & engiaved
to accompany tbe work, m-st taslefnlly and
carefully coloured and elegantly put up The
whole work is neatly done- Ihe publishers
have received numerous testimonials in favour
of ihe Geography from Tfachers and others in
various parts of ihe Union. 1 hele are so many,
they would make a pamphlet, we would make
a pamphlet, we would select some of thero ; but
1 hey are too long for a newspaper advert iseroent
We do most earnestly soIiciiAritjcal examina-
t .t 1. 1 n.' 1 :. 1: '1
or ine wor& ov an ma? teei ac interest in piae
ing before youth a orrect Geography. There
is, also aq outline Atlas which can accompany
the Georkphy, the maps of which are not col
oured. but calculated to aid the learner.
C3f Just call at No. 1, Cheap side. Fayettr
ville St., where you may find-the above jwork.
together with every new publication of the day,
and many rare works of older times
TURNER &. HUUHES.
Rale igh Jan. 1, 1840
OFFICERS OF THE 64th
YOU are commanded to parade
at thef Coon House, in the
'I own of Salisbury, un Saturday,
the 5ih ff Septembr,at 10 o'clk.
A M:, armed with Muskeis fur
Drill. By order of
R. W. I ONG. Col. Com t.
: 64th Reg't. N. C. Militia.
J. M. Brown, Ad'i. - -
August 14. I8403w3
, Commission - -
- Wilmington I. c:
Refea to ' ' '
Messrs. E. L & W. VVinslow, E. W.
VViIlkinea. John Huske &, Son. C . J. Or-
rell, Yarhrough & Ray, Joseph Baker, C.
T Haigh, Curtis & Myrover.
: Fayetteville. N. C,
March 27 1840 6m55
Petition for sale of
ika jFik ...... .. ..i K L
I JOHN CLEXjEM. Clk
August 21st 6vS5
"HfTRS. HOWARD respectfully
III ..ii.,... .rw.i;,i.,.. ...j ..
vniunuicn ui oiiisoiy ,buu uiMzns w?ner
ally, iliat she will inake psntalounsi, vrsia. and
Summer coats, for half the price now paid 1,;.
lrs fdr such work. She has done a great deal at
such work. for the Tailors, and will ! insure, such
a may be given-her, to be done a jjurable and
neat as aey done by theob. Shirts.iboims,
f SHALL proceed to take
ie deposition of
at ihe P.isi Office, in the
Town of AVinsboroogh. Fa'ufield Disinci. Soti'h
Carolina, on the 2S0t day of September next. 10
be read as evidence )n a suit pending in David
jn Superior Cobrt o Nnuh Carolina, wherein
lam plainltfjtand Casper Bring!? is defendant
.1, i JULIANA BR1NGLE.
will4lso be made at a very reasonabl
SalisburyAugust 21, 1340 tfl
Mlaulcs for sale at this Office
THE Co-part n4i ship heretofore existing be
tweeo ReV j,hn D. Scheck & f no. S.
Johnston, U itis day dissolved, by motaal con
sent.' - j. . j - . . .
ICP The1 Sc ool w ill re-commence on Mon
day, 7ih September! - : ,
V i Ki TJi 9. JOHNHTflJ. i
Aug. 2, 1040 L3U5 ... ; v,,. . ,
fjMHE oaersigned respectfully infrora the
2 . Public, that they are still engaged in car
rying on f
At tbetr old sj and in Rowan county, near Chi
na Grove, Ifj mi'es south of Salisbury They
fl titer -'.hemepiires thai, with ihur long experi
ei re at the business, and ileto'ing 10 it iheir un
ren.itting pert nal attenfim-, tceihpr with their
iat imp:o?err)f nt in ihe:r system of Tanning, to
be able to manufacture Leather of a superior
q'my.and tp as etieap lerms as any made in
this montrv 1
Tbej now have on hand a ery large and su
perior s'ork -f Leather, of alt kindi, which!
i iey are desirous 01 selling on moderate lerms,;
for cash, or 00 time to pbnctnal dealers-Dry! !
and green Hidps taken io exchange for Leather. !
Also, will be made on abort notice. Black-i
oujiuit, nt-1 tows .worm iroca eight io twenty
dollars varying according to site.
Cjp Theyl invite all persoos wishimr mnnr
chase Leather, to call and examine their stock
oeiore purchasing else here.
! H fy W. C. MILLER;
Rowan coy Aug. 7, 1840 34
State of Hottli fUroltUfi
I SURRY COUNTY.
Court of Equity July Term, 1840.
Leonard McBride, Johnl
Mr Bride, Nicholas Mc
Bride, i Anderson Mc
Bride, and others,
Benj Clavion, 6t wife
Nancy, Win McBfide,
Nathan: McBride, and
T N this case, it appearing to tbe satisfaction of
JR. iihe Court , mat ihe D fendantsare not resi
dents of; this State : It is therefore rdefedthat
publication be made for six weeks in the Caroh
na Watchman, thai they appear at ihe Court
of Equity, lo be held for said county of Surry,
at ,he Coott House in R'.ckfoid, on ihe fifth
mondayj af'ier ihe third monday-f August nextr
ihen and there to answer, plead, or demur lo the
Bill of he Complainants, otherwise, the cause
will he heard exparte, and Judgment entered ac
cordingly. I i S GRAVED, c m.
August, 7, 1840 6w2- PrirterV fee So 50
DAMSEL Darieo. oy ihe author of Yem
masse. &c. The adventures of an Attor
ney in search of practice, by the author of.' Tbe
tiuvrmuil'a ui a jv-ii inaoa mi Deivu.v naow
2 vols. The man about lon, by Cornelius
Webbe. Nan Darrell. ot the Gipsy Mother, by
the author of 4 The Squire,' $'C. Charles Tyi
rell, or the Bitter Blowr,by James 1 he ; Gen
tlemen of the Old School, by James, author of
ihe Robber, fyc Just received at . -
- TURNER & HUGHES',
N. Carolina BK)k Store, s
ND committed to Jail of. Rowan County,
on the 13th instant, a Nero man who
says his name is John, ard belongs to Thomas
B. Stone nf Alabama. John is very black, about
45 years of age. is lame in1 the right leg, caus
ed by white swelling, low spoken with a down
loukabout 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high. The
owner is requested to jjome forward, prove pio
perty pay charges, and take him away.
DAVID KERNS Jailor.
Jan. 24 , 1 340 if26- " . I
Jl tbe t !',
that thf-v I
and hcet lr
they t fTr-r at
son able ten: .
tomers that r
executed U ;
have ever tr
hers flatter t !
be inlcricr i
lavor of a t
in the lear c t
Col. Barrr ;
ii-g, which i
P. S. IV,
: FOR SALE.
X " W M W M1 X
r I1HE undersigned will sell at Public Sale in
JL Lexingtou, Davidson County, on the 5tb
day ol October next, (a being Monday of Supe
rior Court ) six
in the Town of Lexington Three 'of th--r
fronting the main street, the other three situated
oo the backireet. A credit of six months will
be given by the purchaser giving bond and eood
f . E S CALDCLKUGH.
Lexington, N. C. Any 10, 1S10- S3
sTa.iirv& on stolen
fxecured at this Offer.
WW August 21, l840-tf4
CONSIDERABLE NUMBER of these
TREES may he had at Fayetteville. N
C. about the last of next summer or the first of
the Fall. The proprietor can very readily dis
posPof them at the North, but from patriotic
considerations, he prefers that ihey should be
taken by his native. State. The price will be
the same as in BaltimoreTor New York', and will
be forwarded o purchasers on the money's being
remitted. It is hoped that such as may wish to
engage, may do so at an early day. j
Enquire of E. L. Wisslow, Fayetteville
N. C j
Feb 16, 1839tf29 . j
fglAKEN op and entered on the Ranger's
JsL books of the Count? of Caharrns. hv J.ihn
C Cochran on ilie Hih oay of Aogusi, 1 340, a
mare mule, from 8 to 12 years old. of a brown
color, appraised at 35 dollar The owner fa
hereby notified o come forward, prove propertj
pay chsiges and receive it as the law directs, j
J M. MILS PER, Ranger.
August U, 1340 8tc3 Cabarrus County.
MUsiiC SCIMOOMj. ; ;
M ISS BAKER will continue to give lessons
n the Piano and Guitar during the sum
mer vacation, at ihe Female Academy..
'Aligns: 7, 1340.-22 . '' , v '" f '
ABSCONDED about the last f
October, from the eubscriber. at that
time residing in -Siokes County N.
Carolina, my Negro man "
atjou. j or 23 years of age, antfof a very brmht
complexion. He is a Shoemaker by trade baa
a very bushy head: of riair. athm iS5.r is
I spare built and, weighs from 135 to 140 pouuds.
i He has a. verv lara wir .ini Mi. ..f ki. i
near ihe ankle, believed tobe on the rkht leV
also a scar on each arm jesi below the elbow oc
casioned by a born, r jlis heels have been frosted,
which injury has left scars rpon them. Clel
mao has a wife ( a free woman) fcear Blakely,
IV Carolina, and if is probable that be ray be
tn that direction, although manv Mniina Iwiiovo
that be was decoyed off by a white mannamef
juMiua loung, wbo left i he nemhbor hood about
?,nue l(aie jr Indiana, t I will, cive
from h;s .
On the pi:h!ir f
ville, where i
- His-Hons ;
ed to which ; r
FICES lor :
lent to the C
es himself tot!
the best rr3:;i
and hi sprvan:
Jan 2J. IS.; J
a- re .
m . . k . m m
A ALLehe.nai 8rfel Hore,
Aja- six v-ar old. ahoii!
high, wiih a small
erv fehurt m.I i n . - . ... . . . .
ut-fii i rfinniv v r who tiirrnnn.a hirv- : :-ti
. . , ' .! VI. WUV "III VMIil' V li ItU. I U Id Ii.
CIV MX 'A 9- . lyl .1 . .
wu ,u. I r 15 i natA nf l?ir. iv.it
! II l f - ! r . - . . .
. I . ... .
j taai j p-et arm in mt nosscssion
t nrij kink . L .
...ua Hifn, nun a small Whltesnrtt'I liw- n I ti
. ..I. . '''"P04 I ttvei Coleman tirm. near It rook
inrvnin m . . i . t ; - - '
hard I roller.
pacer, and a
Wl.l be trn (or hi- 11 .
1T, . ... - J.
M.LiAvi ro SMITH
Neal in Camp
RICHARD OVERSTR P V.'V.
n . ... , . "
wrooic wal,LampbUctf,V?-,,1."' -December
21, IS33 'f u-3 -sf
ff IHE Sol -12
that they lav.
rale, wholf fi!
said Faclory, c
The superior i:
of this Fadon
lo nee no u
wishiny; to pn;
April 24, li
ESPEC ! i
ihe pi h' f, '
LOU1NG LI H
street, nex' au r
is ever ready u-.
ers io a sty'e r
workman in i!'
is in 0 e r -g0' -
New York FA-M
commoJatp the '
to promptly ,
at all unjf? t
gi-v'n in fol' J
Just tU fC
15 !1: 1
'9 IJ . - (
1500 !'s. I
16 Kg- '
200 lbs l
200 13ii I-4
. 45 liTZ" r
SO pr. F!
15 ca?t-! H
10 C3f S
100 pr Tr:
. 8 M'H-? '
. '" 8 Br--&
300 fcicks -
' 12.7 :
larje supj't t (
Oierfiesl use. i
retail at prices i"
ce 19, 1?