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in tin Mifctm.
'It. Ei;to: The P1 Office is always a
f 17 vniif r-trt t tr,ier long abaont from
m ''flu " I" ji' " titiiwyw lhw'
prin'cd fthct-t, how hi townsmen, fare
hi! chicly hts U'ltin heart anxiously ex-..i.-?
ths oK-.se wa'.ti-n little parte!, scaled
i;:i full "f that xr'.iich comes hjine to his owu
I. 'li ''iii's a il boi:ii. IV t'-ii thousand ym-i'-.ei
-A' iioiuc, from which he i "nepara-
not iliitt.iiU:il." conm clrtsterinjr a-
,i id Ut ln-i.rt In wilo anil children his
; U-i-.ti-tri'-il friends even the whole
ity w'..i re lie Ir-i 1-jveJ to reside
e I.ih aiaii tien. Vt hat rlmng.fi liave
... r !.!:! r that lnrse cin-le?
rii d? W li'i removed! lin
ffl'inesl Win uro Iwkrupt'
their 7."ailh and
-t null i itit.i thttr
iJt iiyridiar. am!
the horizon. Am:
;!'es to... their
'riry have their
her.- they are sub-
!( zes an I eir.ikms Ihey
r o .vn i;r!ii!ssow or fist as they
are regular, others are eccentric
etrav;iirrtiit sosiiettmrs they
t.a.'ai.Ie! sometimes in direct oppnsi-
tii:i siimtimrs they turn their backs
snail times they revolve so as to make com.
p'eti; sonier.-j'.-ls. They all have their antip
odes. Why, s lid i, slemld wo fix in cur
winds the simple idea that a microcosm must
be round like a ma.hli ? The City in which
wo dwell is laid oil' in nquares. I see noth
ing round hut the f.'apitol dome. I know
The Miepicosm bofirc me. is not round nei
ther is that complex microcosm, man.
BesiJes I found great ditfieitlty in explain
ing sonic of the most beautiful and sublime
passages in the poets, before I considered
man as a microcosm. For example, moving
down Fayettevillo street, I saw a lovely
ynjnf female han-ring placidly on the arm
of a inar.ly, noble-looking gentleman, atvl it
reminded me of the hue poetic Tiypcrbole,
Tfcey movd with niatcbicsa grace,
He brave at Cxiar, ahe at Helen fair;
They fieni'd In wortda blended in ane;
. Fur each wia all the world to the other."
l8ec Ik.w it is,' said I delighted; 'these
froatlninen poets lake the liberty of very .toar
insr flights of fancy ho means only a micro
cosni and a constant gaUsJIite, inovuig in the
Barnc orbit: a happy married couple.".
Having occasion to attend to somo busi
ness soan after, I took the stage and had for
a follow passenger a man of tho siic of three
Uro men. I had not rodo many miles be
fore an. involuntary trembling seized my
limb , s I looked at my companion, on the
t tm neat. The stage was full no chance
tn chamrc niv orbit. What a microcosm,
thought 1!! Here is Shakspoarn's "world of
flesh, larding the lean earth an he moves
along." "My friend," aid 1, " if this stage
should happen ro tuni over (it creened
frifflitfullv,') what will become of mel I
shouhrEe crushed to a jelly." Instantly the
j.'.oa flashed on WT imnd, 1.
"AiniJ the war of elcinenta Hie wrecli of matter,
And tho cruuh of woiIJj'
" I seo it Eureka the poet was a small
msn. has been upset in the' stage, and had
v.ia m.Vrnensm mashed un by the collision of
n much larger microcosm." I knew the
ccnurctal and centrifugal forces would keep
the planets from dashing against each other
" l'ass'uiiT a"lort5 down street, I saw an old
bardielur doubled up in a k,not, as if striving
to dfaw all his system within his own orbit.
He was evidently eclipsed, opnntic, and rap
idly sinking toward tho horiaon he had no
congenial satellite near him he had no wife
" t im no brother, I have no brother,
I am myself, alone.'1
Compassion prompted me to speak tn him;
but the lowering clouds wore a frowning as
pect, and 1 forbore to whisper to lum, For
sake your accursed avarice, jnd sordid sel
fishness, practice every hour the sympathies
antcultivate. the noble affections of hlc, sit
pirintrnd yrnir oxen phuw niw'nir gmxLJjcfor
yw die, vUc others will squander your idol
?....a .,,wnco. with scornful execrations
that it was no more." Alas ! thought I, what
is man! I see. it now, an unmarried man
Campbell, thou reasoncst well,
" A vrUl without a un."
n microcosm with no kindred satel!i:v-.I
have found it out. Tho poet moans, .hat
playing cards, backgammon, and drinking
liquor all night by candle ligfil, is a cheerless
business." . , v- T
1 went out to walk m the garden, whe e l
heard a" voice mutter, " Unreasonable, capri
cious woman!" The person xvas hid by
. clump of trees at first, but I soon saw he had
a pensive, .ubdued look. 1 frit a mixture of
indignation and pity for the man, tt touched
me to the quick. My -nd I have
sever exchanged a aoui look, (she has a look
of radiance like star, and a yoico like a
rephyr.) What has this poor man done, that
he is obliged to shoot from his orbit into the
gardeol I watched him; soon I saw his wife
cotne and eiy otnething softly to him,
H dressed in smile. Ah! I awe it now!
Campbell's wife must have driven him into
t pardrn. and thsncame soon after tosoetbe
his noble naMrt. S'ocn his heart tclmud,
!, nr.- un
, -i.-i.s.. !
I t t'uo jrraVr! . ith
...ri !i';;; sli s,' I broke Ih ; ear. !; ui
;.,V t.wii's jiiiper, an I fiend ;
, s.-.T pi'irli s litiie j.ijM r.
. . f .' '. f' v;i u ith: 1 it. Ai'! r gl.iiii-iiisr-
,; MV ;.V( T ill -y- I t.V.-k yOlir.
'r.i" Vi''f i-usni," r.ai'l 1 ti n ywlf, " Thr
r i .',r : iii'ist a;i;'''pn:ite immeior
.,- , : :i ii ' r .. Piuvtrii try ton sue.i an .
, !, .-. M:7 po'.'i KP.J! cuia'-rir.-jr ami mi
! ' " ' t t'U a f:'..r..t. .:..--'.;. . ijr . wil ., . , r,.,rVl. 1 t(.
- ru.i.lryd 'U'-i ri i""'-' 1 - ; ...... . , t ,!,,.k,; . t: r.-v.-r!"
'!-' i!i.ii'.nU ! t . : I : V 1" j ,'.,. ;. , s,jriri.s-.l t I
, I,;,. i '..,, j v'ii,'i er"ii
i-t u.; v.- -rJ, a!-r a'! t!i,- v-tit-a! a-iiin: ,v.,l,,,.. ,,.,...,!. T a
I . :' ! ' ! . . (; t'.- -a.;!;.'- ii--::To me. ,.j J,.,,...
I Li.- ''r-i 'I.at il y.-ii .'l .1 l :ce-:- j-.ti .. (.,. ,r,,s .i
:'.! ?.i '.ea-.t d. -.-ve a I.i.-'V' ' ' ' !in f.i'.ile . -,v ..,,r ,r ,.
! ;.!!. 'I5'il Il.oiaid h-.- a t-ad.-ney .. l.nv j;lt(.
I' !' ii.l s .';!! ;-. HibH'tlt lira. r',;t (if lie ..)!( V4,tlill'.'.l
bi f'-t- it, s 1 ui.! n"t y t lme niv j
irii.i'.f ;' ! ,y y. ' w.rn.- i ,-, i p.
I. it ' V .:'.! :'. -'.! i.h m in j ,fi ,
i i 1: f -.v. I ail a' ' iii my ; "'..r,. .,,
.-r.i ttt' .. yiT . ! i'.:i;.il i ity. j ,
: i -i i !i.';!v i..i;i"i" iii..", i V'.iy i.hiir; lit:- j i,,l,,s
' i . s : . I i ' .( : a laic: " ? r..mnti U a
, ..,'.-!. i iir-' ii"! .ii;.'! riKMis. j
;'' . t ! ii"i'c r. i.: i - eniu::ii.:i rpn;-p !li"
r.i ai. i r .'i;ii'iiii(";s. i nry rm n.i.r a po-
i.i.ir rl'it, thi-ir own sphere .l" lit'.- .lati.e
i.r 'i;:. .::.'.!: . l c ni.; ne and oliscuri
-.- ' are ii:' !iXei! ' ' Is "ii" rs iie r mi- ,
it. . I ... v : I 1 i'. t!n i; a i.i i: hn-i ;;t:'l di'-s.-i
i.'j,. v !ii:'.e cU ar nnvt eft
ins." ri' ri. i iev iiav;
'Ik ir i.S'U; oi.ie ar.' i
ir.i Jt irt"rtiliar. am!
fi'::' i'l 't :'M:.T f i'V,
tin y a!! ':.!'. l"i -ir sate!
m"i !)') a ri-:ii;i.i'.i -ri-!.
riiii;, aa 1 t''ir a'::i ::-.p
i. -i t" .-! r a i. Iir
ui )'. .' in t:n
and this give rie to thosfr requisite line,
" The wrld waa eJ, tha gardea U wild,
And neu tin her nut aighed, till woman tniffd.
1 iniu'-d iitwi;; near ay logshop, m wafnne vsjeabs
a wh..l club of fat. drinkinir, lountrinfr, red
faced men. What means thin, aid II Art
they setting the ustrUou firel Ah! I hare iy.
" The full-orb'd (noon reddening lik blood."
vix: she had a round, drunken, red' fee.
On my way Jipuie I met a bevj,o Cetnales.
I blush to tell tho truth they were of that
class which 'unrelenting, remorwdesa villai
ny at first rudely d ratrerd from their proper
'rhit, the path of virtuous peace. Now they
vi;e,t upon a no. iety, (which uoi only tole
rates, hut mine countenance, perhaps uncon
sci.jusly, tti. ir hy K-riiical murdererH,) tha
a'J"s "of piirruptiuii. by contaminating, in
their turn, innny an atniahlc aud proiuisinir
vomli. 'I'ln ir 1 jiul ai-.d cnaw voices, tlieir
t. istcr -Vs pr'.fa.iene-; i. s'.iuekcd me, & made
iste vi.ih f ri ms. 1 thour'i i f ruined tcm--ji'.i
-ii, v !: "i'l wutt a. 1 1 "every refinement
oii'fht t.i h.ive I'vcoit wrl.li in ruini.
A!a-! I ! w:;!i .1. en huinility and rever-
i e;ii-c. tiie-,11 .n" thev of whom it l- written.
1 I. r !i.M;s.i.4 tiio v. .tv t hell uet cham-
! !' r i ar t!i 'i.' of .U-.Ul.! H j iJ'rtn dart.
i:;istnl t!ie blacii
ie visttod in sleep
ii d so much oJ my
friend who accost
s ;!', i i niv drea'ns,
W'irl.1 with v
ell!"' I replied,
. ..nr., . rl O
ai iiiuvs in !i"
ymr wife and children?"
ii'tnv s.iteiiili'hl" Soiaeliiuis
usumed a ludicrous tnrn, at f mcy-
la s :v !.f another. " lie h is nt
ui a. I i- as lay little linger nail ! !"'
.:?.! I. is Ih ' u.r!Jin .m'-.-'i-.'."
1 1 1 . -i ;'i-' n .;sr. .ilia ivor'.l without
e'an thi.iLT I kn-.w. A sjullt'.i.; :ni-
At other limes my
lhoiii;hts expanded into
t:ie suliliiii", ami rv
n the t Trific. 1'assing
tlie ''hounds of Haiaiug space," "where
worlds on Worlds in ike up one I'nivetsc," so
.ieli aji'ivinhis world, tUnt jt seeine.1 only a
ittle sncek, 1 could discover millions of dis
embodied spirits, with immensely expanded
i.nensiouv. win.r'ui'i their wav up t.. wards
the ti'ird heaven, there ta fivr an account fir
the thoughts, words and deeds d.mc in the
b4y 'iWwMitti -wicnXjiMUtdyiLMutl
sai t I", and will shine as the stars forever and
ever, if they have moved in their preper or
bits, around the Ureal Sun of Righteousness:
while the lurid, oparjuc bodies who blasted
men like devious- comets, misleading from
virtue, and swelling the tide of vice and in
famywhose light, only shone on fouueves,
or was a . liirtl, luring the microcosms
around tiiein toshipwrack methotight I saw
them falling like lightning, and smouldering
and hissing in the burning lake!
" My ipieen of beauty and love, said I, do
move your microcosm a little further, I feel
as if I had been asleep in the universal solv
ent." And I awoke to find myself alone,
bathed in profuse sweat, in a torrid clime,
I hese thoughts hastily thrown tigethcr 1
send you, with a request to yon to send a
Microcosm" regularly to Mrs. re
siding at . - I hough 1 havo gono on
" from grave to gay, from lively to severe,"
she will recognize the author by a single ex
pression, the key which awakens all her ten-
derest affections. Wishing you abundant
success and patronage, so well merited, I
remain your obedient servant, K.
1 . is. You shall hear again from K.
Will be lei out, on the S7il. of July next, at
the Uridge acroii Deep Hiver, enllcil and known
by the name ol Kvan'a Uridge, Chatham coun
ty, llie repairs nf aaid bridge, innilljr to be built
new. The committee will re.uiie bond, with
approved security, from the undertaker, for the
faithful achievement of the proposed repaira.
1 hn will be a jnu ol very coniideralile magm
mde,' and is worthy the attention of genticmc
liom a uiitance.
Jane li, 17 5
xnir itii cboco siti.
ar atiTiu liosiuii b. linat.
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my, as well as industry, in the prosecution of
bis undertaking, he expects to provide a fund
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of literary gentlemen aud ladies in the State, to
aid him in his labors, and to the patronage of
the liberal and the approbation of the public for
Tias 1 1 60.per annum.
ny Postmasters and others, who receive this
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Ppttbor' Acadenr, If. C. -
Th TraMcc of h laatilatkm take great
pein im HtMamiH ta IrMMia
iam ihreuthMt lb State, tkat tker ft 1 1
uka charge of tbia Academy. The Truaieea
kare rcMie4 very fladtrioa teatimooUla (botk
aa npnli kia anaii&ealuat aa a teaaacr anal ai.
. . w . . . . ii ii.fi
habila aa a eeauemaa, irwaa aerarM -
oU.reeaTillc.N. C wbere. taaoaaeeeeaeof ibe
akbliana et ibe aliaaate, Mr. Looy baa beae
uclled to abeadoa a very BoenalMOf aeaioui.
mmbennf abeot aemtj ltafi im", m
tioe io leltcra reeeived Irom Greenville, are aa
evidence of tbe bifh eatioulioa in which thiafea
tleman vaabele aa aa inalructar. Mr. lrjoy
ii a craaiale, ia said to be a Brat rate naineaM
lieian aod linguiat, sod (what te of freat iaiport
aneeyt ia said to poaaeaa the rare UooltJ '"'
parting knotedra ith very (frwrt facility. T
eoarae id inatmelioo ia the filtaboro Academy
will embrace all ibe lowor sod fiigher braochea
of rduralion, including Latin, Greek h Krcaeh.
Il ii drained lo make Ihia, Ilk ii believed it
w.il become, a 6 rat rate Preparatory School lor
clataeaof the Uoivcraitr. Tho 6'rat acnioa of
(he Khonl will commence oo Ibe ith Monday ot
iulr intl. Uoard can be had in respectable (am
itieit$10 per mouth. Tuition at lha ordinary
It ii anneeesiary o apeak of the great aavao-
tapi I'.lllt.orOujIi offer! in poiol of health and
ori.tr, ai it it believed Ihey are superior lo
ihow of anv town in North Carolina.
M Q. VAUOELL,Sec lo Trualeea.
J.ily II, 1S38. 30 Tw
The Wilmington Advertiaer, Kdenton Ga
Mttr, Tarbmo' Kree Preaa, anil Bliiabeth Oilj
I'iwnix, mill pnliliih the above till III Septem
ber, ami forward iheir accounts to (he Poatmai
trr at I'ltuh iroilRh for pill meat.
EJI J'lVVLO SPKINO for SALE.
'I tiie tahuMe property the subscriber now ef.
lei i fur ikle, an. I will sell on good terns, if ap
iiie.iti.in be nwie bv the '25th of nest Decern.
ij. t Thii Spring is limited lo a healthy and
textile aectmn.ul. country, in the county of Meek
lenloiix. Vs., awen miles Irom Clsrkiville, s
D'Hii iilung vilisge on the Koanoke River, 17
mil. s from Ho.dton, at which place Kandol;ih
Meuti College is located, and miles trnm
Oxford, N. C The. medicinal properties ol this
water we Kjiivra Salts, Iroa, Sulphur, Nitre and
The many cures efleeted hy Ihis water warrant
me in sating that it is not inferior to sny mine
ral w.ner in llie Slate. Its effects are prompt
ami certain in cutaneous diseases, diseases of
the stomach, bowela, kidneya, bladder, sore
eyes, and uterine diseases, and a prompt rcitor-
o( hmvlb l strvagth to contslesceaf a from
lever. Ilun.lreils nf testimonials might be lur
in. he. I of in tfficacr in the above and soanv olh
er diu-airi, it neeeasary, and among Ihem these
nf eminent physicians both in North Carolina k
There ii attached to this Spring 190 acres of
land: part of which is first rate bottom land,
extremely well suite(! lor meadows. 1 he build.
iiiks are nearly new. most of which have been
built within the last three or four years, and for
enmfnrt are not surpassed by buildings at any
watering place in Virginia. One hundred sad
fitly people can he eomtortsbly accommodated at
tits place. A line of stages continue lore from
Kellielil to Danville, by this Spring, anj visiters
coming by Stage will meet with sonv-yaoce Irom
cmicr oi inose pieces.
Merklenhur eo. Vs. July. IMS. 90 9m
N. B. II not disposed of hy tbe 45 ih of De
cember nest, this Spring will be for rent the en
suing yejr or longer. Uelters addreiaed to tbe
siih.erihrc at White House, Mecklenburg eoua.
ty, Vtrrnrr-TuTnr-ftdward Speed, Oxford, Uran
villa county, N. C. will receive prompt atten
Pleasant Hill Academy
Jf ilt open Um firtt scuion on the 15 A of
.at gust on IM jouowmg ttrmti
Tiitioh (ria Sassiow, ia ABVAca.Y
for Latin and lircck LaMswaircs SIS 00
Algebra, tieoinetry, Surveying ka. , 50
Kiiglish Grammar, Modern Geography
and Arithmelick 10 00
Hoard including bidding and washing ean be ob
tained in private families for sis dollars per
month in advance.
This Academy, located six miles south ot Pitts.
borough, possesses s.lvantsges from Ms healthy
aituation, eheapnesi of board, and the high moral
character ol the surroundiar neiehborhood.
which. In the opinion ol the subscriber fully Ce
line it lo the conauenee nl such ol Ms fellow
citizens ss desire to secure tor Iheir sons the
benefit of a thorough Academical Edacalioa, or
a preparation lor anv ol our Uolleges.
ne aenooi win oe npenea anner the niree-
tion of llaiter Clrgg, late a gradnata ef Ran.
nnipn vi scon college, on whose literary and
moral qualifications, he thinks, from intimate ae
iitiaintance, a confiding public max firxilv relv
for such a line of conduct as will merit far lbs
school extensive patronage.
WM. AI. BARNES, C. H.
Pleasaat Hill, Chatham eo. N. C. SO Sv
Book :saln! More Books!!
TUIIKEK a HUGHES,
.Publishers- and ftaok sellers. Have oft err re
minded lha good eilixens nf North Carolina
nl the very exiensive stock nf BOOKS kept n
liand, ami being added to by weekly arrivals)
but they seem tn have forgotten the fact, la ox
iter lo refresh their memories, they deem k ne
cessary occasionally lo lay before them a cata
logue of a very small portion of recent arrivals.
Urad I he lollnwing ibe call at No. I. aheap-
line, ami avail yourselves oi llie opportunity ol
piirvuas.ng a vaieame iinrarv:
Life of Arthur I'e, I- LI) by Richard Hen
rv lee, 4 vole. The Life of Tbomar Jefferson,
with parts of hisenrrespnndenee, by Geo. Tuck-
er, 2 vols, works nf Joseph A.triisnn in S vol.
Travels in Europe, by Wilber Fi.k, IX D. 1 vo:
The works of Charles Lamh, with his life and
letters, by F. N. Falford. S vols Webster
Speeches, 2 vols! Wet's Life of Patrick Hen
rv, I vo. Steam's Worki, t vo. Life of Sir
Walter Seoit. bv J. fi. Ickhart, vols. AI
lan'a Life of Scott, I vs. Scon's History of Sent
hind, 2 vols. Itnllin's Ancient lliitorv. Flu
tnreh'i Lives 4 vols. Slewsr's works in 7 vols.
Hiitnrv nf the Political System of Rampe and
its Colmurs, from the diseovery or America "TBI
the latlependrnce of the American Continent
fiom the German of A. II. Heeron, S vols.
lsrtin's History of Nnrlli Carolina. History
ot the Horse. 1 vo. Mcintosh's He volution in
Liiglsn.l in IfiSS. 1 vo. Wransll's Memoirs,
i v... Itibhnn's fiislnry ol Rome, 4 vo. F.mhas
. sy to the Eastern Courts nf Cochin China, Siam
ami Muscat, in tne u. . Moon of War Peacock
hy Edmund Roberta, I vo. Memoir of Commo-
dore Harney, I vo. Upham'a Mental Philoso.
. phr, 4 vo. Bacon's works, 10 vo. Farnell's
lli.iorv nf his own time, 6 vo. Ijuly Bleaaing.
nm-s woraa eompieie m one vo. I ticker's Uglit
. of Nature 4 vo. Complete works of Voltsir
I 71) vols. I'niw's works. 10 vols. Swift's works,
19 vols. Ilritnh Eisavist. S vols.
All of which will be sold on the most aeenm.
modaliag terms. TURNER k HUGHES.
July I, I8.. it
Mr. Nelson Phillips:
TAKE NOTICE-I shall o Wednesday Ibe
5th dsy of September next, at the Court House
in the city of Haleigh, proceed to take tbe depo
sition of Mrs. Mary A. Phillips) and on Then-
day, the otn, at tne laser of Mrs. Palmer,
ih town ol Hillaborn', proceed to take the dep
ositions ot .wr. strpnen Moore, and Mrs. Aaa
M. U leweii mr, to be read m evidence
t-rtaio matter of aoatroversv in tbe Court of
Equity foe the county of Granville, September
Term, 1SJX, penrtmg, v herein I, Susannah r
Phillips, am plainiifT, and you, Nelaon Phillips,
are defendant! when and where you may attend
and cross examine ssid witnesses if vow think
... - r t . ... .
proper, i rs nav n jetv. IS3S.
SUSANNAH 'F. PHILUPS.
31 t th sept
ntcommen hd by tht Medtcal Faevlfy.
notf'lairs IlarrelPs Medicine.
tat. THEM AJfTl.ttlL1.IOUS TOMATO
These pilla-jopply the place of calomel and
are a certaia aura sor an Disease oi ins mn,
l differewt varieties of fever, all chronia afl'ee-
ioaa. and every other malady requiring a saihae-
ti or brisk operatioe, and the aid of alterative
4d. THEIR JJVTTDISPEPTIC SUP
PER r ELM PrLUS.
These pills are a sure and certain remedy for
indigestion. Tbey gently open end give Strength
to Ibe bowels, restore tbe appetite by impsrting
toae te the stomach; and by tbeir timely use se
rious attacks are prevented. Tbey are a fine
dinner pill aad are invaluable oisesses pecu
liar to females aod children.
Tbe above preparations are now patronized by
the profession and others of the highest reipec
tability, and are giving daily prools of their su
perior intrinsic virtues. These euniiderations,
therefore, give them a claim to the confidence tt
patronage of Ibe publw anil physician! generally.
1 he reapectable eertihcatee of the tollnwmg
gentlemen are given aa testimonials in iheir favor:
Pasqaotsnk county, N. U. 1X37.
To all whom it may concern. This if to eer-
fy, that I have witnessed the mnit labitarv ef
fects produced by A. k J. llarreH's Anti-Djs-
peptie Slippery Mm Tills, especially in dpipep-
sia, and that without pain or uneasiness; and do
not heaitateto recommend them lo the imMic as
ae uncommonly pleasant and uiehil medicine.
In testimony ol that conndence. eentlrmen, 1
wish you to forward me a thousand furthw'ub.
THOS. MITCHELL, M. 1).
From Horatio N. Williams, Juiticc of the
Elizabeth City, N. C. H3S.
Doctovt Jl. y J. Jlarrell: have the pait
ear made Ireqiient uie of your Auti-Dysprptie
Slippery Kim Fills, and find them a most valun-
sle medicine: they produce the ninit betieheial
etieeis on my iv.tera, whenever 1 hare bad occa
HOD to uie them.
hORATIO N. WILLIAMS.
From the Rey. James A. Kiddiek, Itinerant El
der of the Methodiat Epiacopal Church
Elizabeth City, X. C. IX.S8.
In testifying to the virtues of Doctor A. k J.
Hsrrell's Anti-Urineo ic Slinnerv Elm Fills. I
leel free to ssy, that I have uacd Ihem in several
Instances with considerable benefit. They ope
rate pleasantly without nauseating the stomach,
sod in my own esse, Ihey have been entirely suc
cessful in removing the symptoms nf dyspepsia.
I regarn inese pills an excellent medicine, and
should be kept in the house of every family.
From Mr. Charles Harrell, a respectable Mer
Elizabeth City, N. U. 183.
Gentlemen This is lo oertitv. that I believe
your Anli-llillinus Tomato Pilli to be a good
and genuine medicine, and thai tbey contain all
the qualities for which they are recommended.
I hsve used them in my family in seversl cases,
and they have proved effectual in every Instance.
xours, sto, UIIAS. HAitilKLU
From a respectable citizen ot Pasquotank eo.
Gentlemen This is to eertifr tu the eflieaev
of your Anti-Bilious Tomato Pills. In a recent
attack of liver affection connected with derange
ment ot the lungs their oae waa attended with
the most salutary lesulis. They operated prompt
ly yet with peculiar mildness, reihicing fever snd
clearing the stomach and bowela of Iheir morbid
Batters. I think Ihem a superior medicine and
recommend them without heaitation to uublic no
tice and patronage. .
From Mr. Charles llrrght, lartner, Pasquotank
county, rs. U., 1838.
To all whom it msv concern. This ia to eer.
tily that I have taken Doclore A. k J. Harrell's
Anti-Bilious Tomato Pills with grest benefit. 1
have bee always subject lo sick hesdsebe and
have found but little relief by the remedies I
have resorted to. By the oae of your pilli. how.
ever, have realized much edvanlat-e. and I
think by their further use that I shall be perms-
cony cureu. mey merit universal confidence.
. . . CIIAS. BRIGHT.
Prepared in Elizabeth Che. N. I!. h th.
prietera and principally transported from Nor
folk, V irginia. For sale at lb Drug Store of
Wm. M. Itlnson & Co.
. , Haleigh, AbrtA Cirsiuo.
JeJy IS; IU. ' to
FIFTY DOLLAICS UK HA It I).
RANAWAY from the Subscri
ber's plantation, in Onslow coun
ty, about tbe eighth of last month,
two negro men, HERCULES snd
SOLOMON. Hercules was rais
ed ia Johnston county, by Kd-
mueu jotmann, oee'd, snd sold by
lbs Administrator in Deeemher
Isst m the tow of Smiibfielil, snd purchased
by me at aaid sale. He is of rather dark com
plex ioo, though not black, aged about twenty
years, and from live leel six lo eight inches high,
Moot and well made for strength. He is bo
doubt lurking about in Ihe eoenly where he waa
raised, . Solomon was raised 4 Wake county;
and purchased by me at Ihe aale of llennet T.
make, on the Slat December lai( He is ef
light complexion, though not mulatto, aged a
bout twenty two years, and about five feet eight
to ten inches high, of ordinary size. He is no
doubt lurking about in Wake county. I will
give the above reward of fifty dollars for the ap.
Srehensioe. and confinement in the Jail at Smith
eld, for Ihe two nejioea, aa that I get them a
gam. xr twenty-five dollars for cither one of
ihem: Any person spnrehendinr one or hmh
of said negroes will please address John J. Faro,
French's Mills, Onslow county, N. O, who hss
charge of my business and will attend lo the
DANIEL L. RUSSELL.
July 16, 1838, 30 tw
State of North Carolina,
Court ot Pleas and Quarter Senloni.
"1 Original attachment
ti Xed on four cuwig'eMTVa
Battle k Drake f3dnther beds, household
va snd kitchen furniture, one
losiah C. Moses NEGRO WOMAN nsmrd
SUKRY, books, notes snd
John C. Drake, Robert H. Hunt, John II. Ar
rington and others summoned aa gsmiihees
It appearing lo Ihe satisfaction ol ihe enurt
thai Joaiah C. Moses, the defundsnl in this case,
.. inrc-,u w, ,, oiaie, n ia inerviore or
dered that publication be made in the Haleigh
Star for aix weeks, notifying the ssid Josiah C.
Moaes to appear at our court of pless snd quar
ter sessions lo be held lor the county of Nash, at
the court bouse in Nashville, un ihe annnd
Monday ia August next, then and there to plead
aad replevy, or final judgment will be entered
against him, and Ih proierty levied on con
demned to Ihe satisfaction of the plaintiff's re
covery. Witness, Benjamin II. Ulnunl, Clerk
of our aaid Court at Office in Nashville, the 2nd
.vjonoay m nay, isjs.
B. II. BLOUNT, C. C. C.
Prieeadv. il 62. Sl tw
A CLERK WANTED.
Tbe subscriber wisl.es la employ s clerk, who
is thoroughly acquainted with the Dry Goods
business, and book-keeping. To one of suitable
qoriinuations, ana who cbb some well recom
mended, good 'wsges and a permanent iituai ion
will be given. A personal application, if prac
ticable, ia desired.
Raleigh, July If, 183S 30 if,
CT II. W. MILL E It hasremnv.
fd hia nflie to lhat of the Superior Court Clerk,
a the Court House, where he snsy be lotted.
except van neresaariiT aesens.
Raleigh, Nev 1, 1837 41
t ... w i k rv nvt
"l ha treat DODUlarMV aod established demand
lor this valuable medicine, renders tbe eontin
uationofa lengthy advertisement unneeeasary.
NnmerouateatiraoniaU or their value (lately re
ceived) from gentlemen of ihe highest respecta
bility, in addition to those accompanying each
box, may be seen on application lo sriy of lbs
agents. Tbe pills sre put up in s superior style,
in lin boxes containing 40 pills, with lull direc
tions. Price 50 cents per box. 'Io agents nr
purchsters Ihe terms of commission snd .1 acount
are liberal. All communications will be prompt
ly alteoded lo, by
3 THOMAS L. JUMP, Genl. Agent.
J Office, Morgan St. Raleigh, 1st door vest
of the Fresh) leriau Church
To whom It may concern.
At May Term of Wake Countv Court, I was
appointed Guardian of l).inuso l Sacsih.ii:,
declared bv sjury to be non com'" -h'i I,
therefore, hereby give notice to the public, lhat
I will be sccountshle for no contracts entered
into by bim, nor will I pay sny of bis debts, but
un the contrary, will reiiit all demands lo tbe
exleut justified hy law.
TIIOS. V. WRIGHT, Guardian.
Franklin Co , July 4, 1838. )
By Ihe Governor of No. Carolina.
Whereas, by an aet paised al the last seni..n
of the Ceneral Assembly ol thii State, entitled
"an nn act prescribing the mode of surveying
and selling the Lands of this Stale, lately acquir
ed by treaty with the Cherokee Indians," it is
made the duty olba'!Governoi upon the re
turn of Ihe Maps and Field Books of said sur
vey, to the Se.eral places ss prescribed by
said act, to issue his Proclamation of the time
and place of side, and whereas, the said Maps
and Field Books have been returned accor
dingly Now I, Edward B. Dudley, Governor or
North Carolina, in obedience to said set of As
sembly, do hereby isue this my Proclamation,
giving notice that the sale 'of ssid land will
commence st ibe Town of Franklin, in the
county ol Macon, on the first Monday in Sptem
ber oeatr ond continue from ...day .ta.dHy.,fi,.r
three weekiand no longer, by snd under the
superinterdsnee and direction, of 8. F. Patter
son snd Chsrles L. Hinton, Eiqn., Commis
sioners sppointed for that purpose, agreeable
to the proviiiona ol tbe ssid set.
" IN testimony whereof, I, Edward
t seal. 7 B. Dudley, Governor, kc hsve
4 ' caused the Great Seal ef the Stale
to be hereunto affixed, and signed the same,
this 7th dsy of Msy , in Ihe year of our Lord,
EDWARD B. DUDLEY.
Star and Standard. Rutherford Gazette,
Columbia I'eleTiSfpe, Southern (Ga.) Recorder,
Lynchburg Virginian, and Knoxviht Register,
will each insert lbs above, weekly, until dsy
Tbe Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road Company
have the please re to announce to the public lhat
the Bridge over Ihe Roanoke aod twelve miles
of iheir Road being finished and in daily use, for
the transportation of persons and produce, they
bow I or id, since Ihe completion of the Rail Road
between Richmond and Petersburg, a continu
ous line of railway eommnoication from Littleton
to the North. In the course of a law a ulii, a.
bout 30 miles more of their Rail Road will be
ready, whea a Locomotive will daily leave Chalk
Level ('Henderson Depot y forth North, instead
of Littleton aval present.
This is the Grest mail route, and the different
Rail Read Contpaoiee now run their daily mail
line from Liltletoa to New Yoik in 39 hours
running lime, or including all stoppages ia less
than 48 boors, without the loss ol a siugle night's
Travellers from Greeoihorough, Salisbury
and the Welfare informed that, by taking this
route, tbejr will reach Washington Cily in 74
hours Irom Greeiisborough and bsve tbe beufil
of two night's sleep.
This ii Ihe pleaaaatest snd most expeditious
route to Ihe Vaginia Springs. A first rate line
of Coaches is kept up Irom Littleton through to
u.i.i.l .k... .k. iv... i:
sects il snd where it unites with the gr al Soulb
era mail lie t Fyelte-v ille. tiirluinb ia. Au-
gusta and Charleston.
iXr I he Italeigh Register, 3aildury Watch'
man, Greeosbnrough Patriot, Payelteville Ob.
server, Knoxville Regnter, f.'hrrsw Gazette,
Columbia Telescope, Augusta Courier, and
Milledgeville Journal will insert once a week
until lit ot Auguit, and forward tlieir accountl
to the office, olthe llalrigh Ri (istcr.
uailegh .Ml) VI, IBJ8 22 II a
FLO ITH AND LARD.
CHRISTOPHERS k SMITH have iust re-
eeived a supply of lupciCi.e Fl.OUIt in ball
Also, a -inaulity -of LAUD. - .
Raleigh, July 23, I8S8."
WlMHTOI. N. i:. Il.lll lu lfllfl C
lLLQAjceri rnnimanding iho ililli'ivnt Itpnimentt
comprising the 7tli liivismn is. 1;. Milma:
Yntl are h'tpy notified and enmmaiided to
have your regiments formed on the usual ground
of parade, by the hour of 12 o'clock, lor review,
on the following days snd places, namely: The
SOlh Regiment, in Louisbnig, on Saturday the
liind September. Tha 3.1ih and .Villi Hegin&riti
in Raleigh, nn Monday the CWi. The '2'ind
Krginieut in Nsihville, on Wednentay tbe 2nih.
1 he 21it Regiment at Bridges ', in K.lgecnnibe
county, on Friday Ihe 28. h.. 'I he 20ih Regiment
in the town of Tarbnrouh, on Saturday the
39(h of September next. 'Ihe l.'hh Iteginunt in
Ihe town of William Hon, on Monday the lt
Oatober. The Ifith Regiment in Jackson, nn
Wednesday the 3rd. The 1 Itli and lSih Regi
ments io Ihe town nl Hslifsx, nn Thursday the
4th. And the S3rd ltegin .ni in the town ol
WarrcntOB, on Saturday the full ul October next
Tho commissioned ofnieia and niusieiant of
each regiment mail be drilled nn ila s preceding
dajs nl review, according to law and military
By order or General M T. IIWKIXS.
SAM'L. E. PHILLIPS, Aid.
Jsly 18,1851. 31
LUMBER FOR MALE.
The Subscriber hss bow on hsnd, st his Mills,
(late Blake's) 17 miles East or Raleigh, 100,000
feat of choice Lumber, of every description,
sawed out of Long Leaf Pine, the peculiar ex
cellence ol which is loo well known to need any
puff. Persons desiring In purchase will please
nvake application 10 Mr. William Peck, Raleigh,
or to Henry Hortmi, at the Mills.
The price sttbe Milts will be Jl per hundred)
but, if 1 large quantity be bought, even teas Ihso
that will be take.
Wake ae.. May 91, 1838 US if
a sax. l AH.ULU S AwVOClx
nuirsn't wenliA. ' .
IvoiwixnHanonig me extensive vsrwt, if
papers and periodicsls, published thrwJIL
country, hnd the diversity of sbwJJi?i
embraced, it is obvious lo even r,o
fleeting mind, Ihst the conduelori( ,i
erful, and if rightly gni-led, those sahnsn'
eiesos "".' ixites.ia.i n ;-t-.
laled by party motives; and that P"lie
Miviccicmm iv .u,i. en aiarniau. est 1
lothrealen the d'usoluiiim el "ooe ajsl,
lions; while subjects relating to AgriraliJH
erature. Science, and Ihe Mechanical Arta
subjecla iranied'utriy connected waa a
inlcrests. and which would eventually Vu
in s independent situation, hart ttriiirAl
Aetukted, llierrforu by these views tU
icriber intends iiublishina in Jam ..
a periodical under, and comporting ';,?
above title; in tbe execution of whiel. k. j
. :j..-i ..i , .C
in Ihe first place, to use all laudable ciw
procuring and dilaeniinsting iraeliea iJ'
tion, essential to the interests, and saitiuZT
increase the dignilv of ibe farmer.
Secondly. K.ducation, aud the literan
tions of the country, will find in hit
warm and friendly support. """cai
Thirdly. Science, and tho Meehiniej
will also be subjects of iliscumon, ans
receive a liberal share of attention. "4
Fourthly. Due attention will bepaw)!,
jecti calculated to promote the un, j
and religion. t
Fifthly. A brief notice will also be tih,
pasung events, of an important and iatw
nature, bulb foreign and domeiliciexclaai.,
political eonteits, and subjects calculus i5
ate party animosity. .
In short, no paint Will be snared, i,.
the Advocate a valuable and intrmiu,, .Jr?
every lamiiy, aad lo every vkiuouiigdjV
gent els of the community.
In order iherctore, llie more effrctatlb h
prosecute our purpnie, we respeelfulli eJ b
ik. r-. : . . . i o'.i nr.. ini.ui. . ' t
-" '"s"' inaef nB
ahanio, literary and scientific geulleace, sL
may have talent and inclination, to toram'ie,
to ui such discoveries and practical hrnti ,
subjects within our province, as niav eanuie,
columns, and by a reciprocal intertfawi ,
Ihoujhls, become a valuable source of staa.
don. Lommumeations also on siihircii uuh
Religious or Mural, will be IbankluilyreseM f
The Advocate will ber published is mmlL I
numbers, consisting, of xhirty-lwo azUTopg,
(two sheets) neatlV printed, on good pjper.lei.
ed snd stitched, snd promptly mailed tosaban.
bert; making in s jesr, s neat volume of sua.
ges, and furniihed with title page aiidiadti,a
f 1 ,25 per year, in advance.
charge, will be entitled to ten copies.
In consequence of the difficult-! sad loan
invariably attending Ihe collection of snullsui
at a distance, no order for the paper will st
tended lo, until Ihe subscription price Nforsai
ed, or the payment secured by some kjioii n.
All letters, cnmrannlcstions, ks to the tcblia.
er, must some free from postage, or tliti ax
not be attended to.
As we intend commencing the mbliotia
some time io the month of August next, slim-
sons holding subscriptions are requested It kr
warn them aa early as pomble.
All editors favorable to our designs, snd Ike
wfii may feel disposed lo exchange ash M, will
do us a favor by giviug our pmspeeies n her.
tion. JNO. SHEUWODI).
Jamestown, N. C. June, 1838. H
To Dry Good Merchants C7Ari'fc
out tht United Slafet.
CLAHK A HUNT,
Formerly J. kU. Clark k Huat, laqwwn
and Jobbers, No. 39, William BtrvK, Xn
York, have constantly en baud a tresk asf titn.
live assortment nf
which Ihey offer at very low prises, fartices;
sttention iaid to
Prints, SlMx-tlntr. FlnnBcf
Tickings, A OomeBUc
Hosiery, Blankets, Cloth, Cm
simcrcs, Sattiuets, aVc
Those who visit New York Id cuke sense
are respectfully Invited to exll aod eisawaisi
themselves, opposite tbe ilvrcbamx4 Eanesp
New York, June I, I83S. Xle
The Subscriber hss on hand aa asMrlswata1
ihe above Carriages. Some very rieldj luisW,
wbicli will, lie tbiiiks, hear a enmnarw sift
any manutactured tdsewhele.Thewekit,
'ra'n'te'd'To be iaitlifully Vxlcu'iCaiin'iHVS
on as favorable terms as ean be afforded. Tkw
wiihitig lo supply thrmseltes, will plesstos
aud judge for Ibcuisclves.
Raleigh, Msy 21, 15,18
20,000 lbs. prime Bacon,
iif llai rela Shad. Roe and trimmed lltrrinri
Daily expected a quantity of St Fan'
nf the he hi hrit.i.l in X llurrela.
A 1st), for Rent 3 or 4 comforuble id
Cash paiil for gind flref a -" ''
Apply 10 CHUI!tt)PHEllS SMTh
RaleiRh, June 12,1838 SO H
DR. W. W. MARSIIALI
Ointment for Iho Jlllnd Pdr-
years bef'ire the public; its virtoe asd efcal
have hern well lesled, and, in numerrHil in1
eWfTTSThe" most aggravated forms ef the dis
In not a aoliisrv aasr harit-beea laoea Is BU
Sp .fly cling a cure. Many very resjrectsble yw
son 1 have borne teitiinony lo it s efficacyi ssiesj
whom is the Rev. Wm. A. Smith, of Ih'
Church, snd Editor tit 'the Conference ijiicrss,
who, Irom his own experience, ennfioseMj "
commends at to the pnblic ae -x SAFI, ie"
Bis, ami rrrit'irsT iixtinr." -...rrril
It niav be bad the Store of R. Til"1'
Agent, Raleigh, N.C.
ill If. Iff) in IRON.
Tbe snbserilrer offers lo import Iron far'
. . 1 .1.1.- A .I.MlU BnrBSfS
wavs. nenvercii in anv 01 ne n 1 - r-
' . .. . l.t- ..iwt
Kef U. leans oa Ilia moil. reas..nau. '"' -
JOHN W. PRKlt'
1,18.58 2 0w3js;
ltaitk of the Stale of I.CorW
18h of July, is-'8-
At a meeting of the Board of Direct" "
iteiolved, unanimoutlr, That this Bssl"J
!.. 1. ..-1 .L- ... ..r Anrast s"1
... iirmciic. .111, 'n u.e ... - ,
resume the payment ol their respective 1
a . 1 ,L. iM.l
1 VUI.J ,1V... I .... . M". .
17 li UHWEY. Cssl"
If ANCING SCHOOL.
. m WS.-.S.SAHXI
.lIOIsM. POnce ffa. ivs sss..-.- .1
Reiieetfully intorms the ainzens ol IJ"
snd its vicinity, that he will return
next, 10 ope ocnooia jam, ,
Jan 30 " "
fatltaT WT TTxa r Wr. . . '
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