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, J.. Ip Yfio-f ; t;u4.
If !!.: drlcM.Mt, gr. f.. ttttt
Vl.it a tl.i Ut fr I.itU tmir,
tin '4 la t!e !ftil url) b,
As do it, lit fj,gfi(r ,fM to fi,r ,
1 or list's ilit ffif jy know
Ad ir lli rtc U 1 it sigh,
J in j u! ) t-Hj-li, n4 thru to die,
' f-' 1 r, lir n txir fir! une situIM,
V. .!!. j. U f I'J J, cyd, rMUj
'1 I fir I'f'iHrtinj worth Uf oHJ might tot,
T, t, a tlky.haj m clrmr mej ",,V.
. .A iri Vf,tj (rr bedcw'd ry Am-- f
I f U it, and my heart wat warm ,
'"I ture the enl to ne mast'aVar,
Wats kloj father's pitying tear,
, IJNtS '
jit spplt civa'J our present stats, -..
And by Inevitable f.it
ConJcmo'd us til to die t .
JJut if that apple ww so fine,
Ani time from such hand u thine
- Who from tt charms could 1 f '
Bow cut t then, old Adam blame,
V'bt f tflyiclf bad dOTIf th MM,
Jld you the apple give F .
' I should, tk him, without dispute.
" l!av ea'en the fVrb dden fruit, ,
And lost, tot ywu, t heaven. ,
Oh 1 deem not tKit tho ti of birth
"Endears ut to th's tpot of earth t
Tot wheresoer our eteps may town.
If friend arc near, (hat place a Home I
Ti matter where our fate may guide ua,
tfthoM w lov ar ttin bcaidci tu! -t
The teaton of loda h come.
And her Pmntain tt (lo he; t
Ataunt whiikeY, bramW and rum !
But hall to theo, Adam'a eliaoipaifne I '
Jlow H ecattm Ita volatile amy, 1
And aenda op ita tparka in our facet !
It drive! iplceo artd mtfrim aa), ,
And bring curt a and wit la tbeir pUcta. . .
- 1a tho cordial of lore, too, no doubt,
(At good fur tbe ladie u tea t)
for Venue, our poeta give out, ,
W'u bora from a waie of the Ka.
oa iMPkisaxMurr r tit lebtL
Of old the debtor, who insolvent died,
" Igrpt the rite of aepulture denied f
A ditTcrcni tri eulighted Christiana dritCj
And diwttahly faqTibtiR t&niz:zzzzzi:
f 11 ' 1 , ""
: laUttaYj ExtTficts, &c.
) rae iiairrrt iiTTaaa. , .
- -EARLY RISING.
. .I da fiot kDow--pretice nhkh"I
ihould more rrcommend than early il
' t tea'." Vhcther devotioo, health, beau
tv, or improvement of the mind; were
the great object in view. How cheer
.. ful aod how animated are the medita
tioniof the morning! What a delight
. . ful b!om flushea into the cheeks from
its balmy exhalation! ! What an un-
" ipcakable checTfulnei xlidct iatrt jthi
ul,'frolicarintf the Scv6uohaI ma
tint of the lark, and from beholding
the new-born iceneiy of nature How
&ecei.ary. is' such a regimen to pre
' aerve that awertneis of -complexkm
-.land M reiithhich . rzjhiwrsTy ti
aence and perfume of beauty 1 When
people think of accounting to-God for
' the talents they; have received, they
overlook the hours ' which are lost in
morning sloth and unreasonable induU
7 gence. . I have inured myself for many
years to this habit of e.rly rising,
V-Jn the spring months of April and
31 ay parti cully rl grudge every roo
--xnent that is wasted After five. -I con
. rr. si der: jrasiT ad-it ftUtfi Z&Wus-
:r- always fihI , s6:rmucB6reeucted
the vigor of my understanding. . .
' ; J ' TAKE CARE! , .
- Take care" said fellow of three
- hundred "pounds, as he trod with his
rvht le weight upon my goty toe
- take care in I hd almost said, devil
, take y. u; hy did you not cry before s
but, thinking if I did, possibly he might
- -iread t)n .it acain. I ot out of hewy
j as fast a possiWeVri It waankw
. ' lesson ; but let me see if I can't i m
prove on it. Look here a "minute
citizens ! mechanic's ! farmers ! are there
no tender toes among you? there is-
J stay, still I explain) and peradyenture
may give you a seasonable caution.
CH- .-Tab "care Mr, Merchant, t it's ' a
-" tempting time you are Uiinkinffabout
V great .speca.fauoh9,' I ,know. Therei
the.War-cpmiog';'oo'--6ttoti Will (if
way be) be in demand abroad, do you
' feel like buyine a ft tf hundred bales
.Jfor txportatioof Well, takg care, of j
.'1 !! 1 tli'.VT'J..
niiut yuy fie tnntl.Kl. 1 hi u the
;,ti',; tuuuitj Lr-;:.ii 1 1 tome 'Ui look
t'J jour Irdrr jn yoa Hj la F Take
ore .f your loci, 1 i.y-hi bird in the
han-1 i worth two in the buth. lie ac
coitjfioJt'.n(-, but be houeit to your
siva iuii .yur ereditorti -AMlgti
mcntt make wotk fur the printers, to
be, sure but, my word lor it, they
would rather head in ajvert'ucroent
with fjj Kan asiortmrntfihta with
"Tale Notice A. U, has this dty ex
ecuted, &c.M .
rate rare, Mr. Mechanic I lup
pflwe times-begin to be stirring with
you and depend "dpoii'it there's a
great desi in the rosnoct Ui whih yon
do boiinest. Look to every thing your
selfif you do this, and work a little
with your boys betidttV it will ssve you
two journeymen's wages. Never dis
Dpoint a customer be as punctual to
the hour as the sun. , Til warrant you
to thrive." Be careful with your bovs
induce them to read a little, aod by
and by they will read much this will
be worth more to them thsa two fret
. Tali cart Mr. Farmer do ymi see
how green vour fields begin to look
well, there s a fine prospect but are
your fences tight and strong ? If they
arenot, take care of your toes! Haifa
doten hungry cattle will do mischief
if they get in. A farmer's merchan
dize thrives while he sleeps' I've
heard so but I think this depends up
on hoar long he sleeps like many oth
er shrewd maxims, it needs to be qual
ified, before it js practised upf.n. yhen
I woutd say a word to you, which eve
ry one may be profitably reminded of
bow and then. l!iw are your expen
ses regulated I had an induntrnus
friend, who shaved f the skin in trade,
and lived sometimes on bread and milk
to economize, bdt he failed" He held
en at the ipiggot. and left the bung out"
he kept a useless hore enraged tn
silly speculations, and sometimes took
a frolic. This will not do you must
stop every crevice where cash leaks
out, unnecessarily, or you won't get
your barrel full, though you poor into
it ever so fast.
Tuircnre all of you ! I've fifty things
to remind you of, but I have not time
now to go over thrm all. Mr. rno
ter, f-tkr care to keep a pteasant face
on-the gable-end vf your head piece,
thrf t 'our subser irsTangh-a4 tha l
J lector.- Mr. Lawyer, when you come
scross a. couple of well disposed, fel
lows, bickering over a dispute, try and
settle it without a jurytatMr.I)octor,
don't keep an honest industrious roan
off his legs longer than you can help-
keep your medicine as much as possi
ble for the. fat flounders, who may as
well be down as up, for all the good
they do. And you, pretty Miss, ah !
have I caught you laughing well, do
you take care don't you know what
they say about May I I bere is many a
yotjwgfrUovwxrald give bit eyes tew
never mind lair care, I say. O. o.
The wisest-ages:of antiquity 5 and
the aoi)ndesmorelists of the present
age, freely admit the vast importance
of activity and industry-' Industry is
sedulous, void of lethargy, dissipating
Idleness and all her train of evils, and
raising monuments of greatness. It
is Industry that achieves that which
appears impossible It is she who con
tinually addeth comforts to society,
nd who banishethJndolence and vice.
Fostered by her, liberty exalts a nation,
Commerce w aft s nt r ail7 the arts and
hef door to heaitn ana contentment..
raox tbb einirs or eisistt.
TO PRESERVE BACON.
Mr Pattom Please give the follow
ing a place in your next paper, as it is
now time to use it. I have (or more
than twenty years past, kept meet hang
ing up in my smokehouse through the
s-imtner season, and no fly, worth or
bug has injuied it.
I o prevent such injury, about this
time of year, T take' clear,strong. Ley
'a;de"i6f" wdod "ashes;"! - commoMy
boil it to miike Irstroiiger than it" gen
erally runs off i then I take my baci n
and smoked beef, h aving two or trei
gallons of Ley, in a large iron kettle,
I' take each piece tf meat and dip it
into the Ley, so that St is ctmpletelj
wetted with it, then I let it dry then I
hang the meat in its f rtnerplafe.
By this; proteW;! have Jnvariably
found that it kept the meat free frotp
bugs ahd worms no taste of Ley i
ever perceived, not even on the not
sidrl 'Vours, &C. JOHM fOTTZR.
" April ZU83
)i if i e 1 lie itt (
tm 4 tii utt .sir tciM reif
A Clictiorj arc diu: ;ointr
tJut t une not by our own lu!ly," say
that great stul rood man W, Fenn
M are the trials and corrections of heav
en, aad it is our own fault if they prove
not to our sdr.ntage. To repine at
them docs tot mend the matter! it Is
only to grumble at our Creator but
to see the hand of God in them with a
humble submission to his will is the
way to engage the greatest love and
mercy on our side." We are all pla
ced in a world the viciiitudes of which
are luihthat perhaps .none wholly
escape ttx-eUogcr sou miseries that
seem to b' ioae parable' from human
or another to submit to the ordeal of
correctional dispensations, and wheth
er i't be by positive pais and anguish,
or negative privation of fancied plea
sure, we mutt endure it as the udal
tcrabie ceudition of our terrestrial ex
istence. Afflictions and 'calamities
af what nature soever they be, are not
permitted without some important de
sign they may be commissioned mes
sengers of Divine Providence, to cor
rect past errors, reform the present, to
prevent the future, and if we will but
regard tbem ia this light, and patient
ly submit to their operation, we shall
realize the proper benefits they are de
signed to confer. The smiles of pros
perity too frequently fill the mind with
arrogance, self-sufficiency and pride.
Diatrets and pain, mortifications and
diaappointmeuts, the lot's of those
whom we love, and the injury received
from those who love not us, have an
effect to wean the mind from an im
proper a' tachtnent to worldly pleasures,
and to direct our views to better hopes
and a surer consolaiion. Although
adversity is designed tn be the school
of wisdom, ia which the children of
sorrow and affliction may learn the
profitable lesson of humanity and vir
tue, and acquire those wholesome ina
Ercssions which are not to be gained
ut through the operations of misfor
tune, yet h .w prone arc they to cher
ish sentiments of despondency, and too
oft unwisely seek to quench and drown
every painful sensibility in the ano
dyne draughts of the inebriating bowl,
thus frustrating the important purpose
for which the chastisements of heaven
are inflicted upon them. - Patience and
resignattott clothe thct mind with ar-,
maul which blunts, and sometimes re
pels the arrow of adversity and 'in the
conflict which we are called to sustain,
if the eye of faith is kept constantly
elevated to the reward which is promis
ed to the persevering there will be peace
i nd Be realty wi thi n, not w i tht I and i n g
the storms and tempests that without
are howling around us. To trust in
the care and protection of heaven is
the natural homage which we owe to
a Being, whote superintending csre is
over all his works, and who directs all
creatures. - KomitiU-u
There is nogreatei mark of ill-breeding,
or of ill-rjanncrs and impiety, than
behaving unseemly and disorderly in
a place of worship. One that should
behave indecently and rudely ia or
about a gentleman's house who should
insult or, disturb company assembled
at his inritation to enjoy his converse
and partake his bounty would be pro
nounced by every man of sense and
feeling a blackguard or a ruffian, unfit
for civil aociety, and deserving to be
taught lessons of politeness in a pillory
ora prison .Yef how much. greater
isthooflence when committed in and
tor and preserver of mankind, and to
the-inotestsrtMo of -ti is cree tores eon
vehed to acknowledge his goodness
and invoke his grace ! u r Z
Dying. A death bold is no evi
dence of an innocent life. Felons,
when they, know that they can do no
better, brace their nerves, and die like
a very Hercules lit must be a piu
ful fellow that would shame himself
in the eyes of a whole city. .The best
Way" Would be," to make them' expire
- . if .
ny tnemseives,. i wouio rameruage
f a mm by his living than 1y his dy
ings ifid of women iooValeriits
; Frem the Trenton Emporium. ' .
A chap at Bellows Falls being-a little
groggy, fell .into a -fljtcn,ana roi oemg
..bleio extricate himself, cried Jure ! the
Inhabitants came running with their buck
ets, and discovering that the fire was in
he head of the noisy fellow, very deuber-
utely poured a few desen buckets of wa
er on bis'patei which completely cured
hira. . - . :
To ttUl-UU the authrttUiiy (4 tK f,Uni.
sift ! v( a "jirif.t.Mfl stihw rilxr, Ut a
o'her autf, we Cn, if rrrjuirtil, aA! mr tir-1
tct'.Iiwiy to what baa been pullj-hcd rtUlive
thertto I , J
Vhtn Mr. Chsrles Holt, afMinter,
published Ms newspaper In NeW Vorkiln
1 7 W 6 a person in the vicinity or Alban
ho wit wealthy, but celebrated for his
hsrrowjpenuriousdiipositlon, became one
i hit earliest subscribers. At lbs end e
the first year, the editor sent hit sccount for
the yearly subscription, urging a request
that it mlitht be settled the first convert!
ent ppoiunlif.No answer, howerer.
cam. Tb LUUvw tr. sent regularly Xuf
iidNttt years, but with the earns swe
cess till at length) Mr. Holt, at htay
well be supposed. rv( iut of all haileiicc
with his customer, had the whole account
made out and sent Id hurt, adding to the
foot thereof, that if it was not iMxeni
atbit paldf he would put It in suit, and
discontinue sending any more newspa
pers. The subscriber, having read ever
the account, ciclaimcd. with disdainu
sneer, What an ungruttfut fmfifiv 1 1
ne6f ihe Jlr$t thai ACQUNJGKD hit
fiafur by tufatribing have continued ever
met ana f Hit it the return ht makrt mr r
Now we kpt thcro Is not a person in the
State who SUPPORTS the Western Carolinian
on so (hantahlt a principlo at did this wealthy
miecr Mr, Iloh's piper.
? rat raiifev svreaie.
The ladies are in general great ene
mies to the claim of the husband to
correct the wife, notwithstanding great
authorities in the law have held it strict
ly legal to do so. Iodecd, a law wri
ter of great authority aod antiquity ,(if
I mistake not it ia Uracfon,; gtveth a
proper caution to husbands .on this
head For, (s.ith he,) althV it be
lawful for the husband to correct the
wife with a lawful weapon, such as a
oroomtttct, etc. &c. yet n ne maae use
of an unlawful instrument, such as an
iron bar or the like, and death ensue,
it will be murder. The females ol
the plsce where the author resided.
are s ud to have been so little satisfied
with his distinction in their favor, that
they dragged our ancient sage of the
law through the river, and gave him
a thorough ducking. Judge Duller,
in an opinion he delivered in an action
against a husband lor bad treatment
of his wife, laid it down as a positive
law, that a husband was pnvile
gvd to beat his wife, if the instrument
used was a wooden one, and no thick
er than hia thumb' It was on thu
occasion, that the ladies of Exeter ad
dressed a round robin to the judge,
in which they requested to be inform
ed of the exact dimensions ef his lord
The insects of our fields and forests
are of a real use; they devour carri
on, which is not the lesst important
nt Sfcf fhji rftin iinp, K
'Tk - !..v .a
ia v v wa aswivu eatseai. ea tUliil f
pestilence thro' a populous neighbor
hood. But the dandies, instead of
dissipating moral corruption, create
aod extend.it by setting examples xf
idleness, and by devouring the -from
of other people aindustryr'We oftetv
see an industrious father, mother, bro
thers and sisters, toilieg from day to
day, to keep one silly spendthrift in
pocket money and fine clothes ; and fi
nally perhaps, the whole family embar
rassed, or reduced to a state of pover
ty, if not degeneracy, by the prodigal
ity of one heedless and unprincipled
was shot a few davs previous br a oer-
son named Moreland, whose wife had
been house-keeper to Sir Charles for
nine years, and m consequence of his
rearing her as superior in her line of
life, Moreland became jealous, and
discharged a pistol at him, the ball
entering his body. Immediately after
the fire, Moreland blew his own brains
A trateller going from N. T. to' Alba
ny, called in a Dutch tavern, and after t-k
ing some refreshment, inquired the near
est Way to his destined place, to which
the landlord msde this - reply; i- Py?de
ginger I can fell you so better as any man
in dis voi Id you durn te parn around ;
dch maVs de pridge over den durn tie
riber up stream den do first house you
come up, dat is my broder Hanse's parn,
shingled wit straw he can tel you so bet
ter as I can-
Some rascals broke into the Taberna
cle of St. Joseph's Church, in Philadel
phia, end stole two large silver Ciboriuras,
oil the 22d tilt. . . ,
VtviUulAf, l.YiiU fur
BV onW ,f iht Co.irl Trinity tt
fwmty, iii ! v priln of WiSii.m
tJj.nibr, t;rfirjr- ll.Ilrr nj ir, ami Jj!iH
Nnn siul Jc, tli f .!l"nx vlu.Lte l-aixia
ill b 1 1 jiomJ to public sj.!-, si tlie t'uurt IIjuq
U a.!iilmry, m Tucitl.y the 24th dy of Jun
One inct airttatnlnT t!( bnmlrtd and frr
tmt, ling on both ' A Crane (.'rets, call
ed the Spring 11,3 tract. 11ia body of Lan4
lies about two rmlrs trum Satiury, and bsa up.
On it an irtncnt dllint (vhim, where th
Lie tiiall L'hambrrt rttulcd, and aAer bios
John Chamber. It Itaa all the necessary ovU
bouses, sublet, lie. Convenient lo the dcU
Injf it a boos for carryhif on tbe diftJlmf buw
nrta, T1ere U also a fine and nroductivo inea
tia hi est client m!cr. TM the mot vtluablo
ewibCsbmerit sitaaied ew Th tract to tbo Tm j
TiiraVXTUs tannery unltet at snsny aJraitUfee '
4 any la tbe state. It has a larfo mintber of ,
vts,ii eseelletrt Order all tbe boueaa neeetMry '
for curryinr aod f.nUtin( the leather, and for
frearnine; the bark i a bouse fur carry ins; oa tbo
aboe-making buslncsa, Ac. i bark may always b
obtained at ll'it esUbrifbment in any rpuoutkt,
and on very reaaonable terms and there ia al
wayt ready aalo for the leather.
One tract, of ab wt forty acre, l)lng on the
north tide of Crane eteek; atljoining the Sprtnf -U.ll
One tract, containir'r about twenty acres, y.
insj on the main road leading from Salisbury to
the Trading furd, about one mile from SaliibHry, .
One tract, containing one hundred and thirty.'
five acres, It-ins about three miles from Salisbiw
r; auljoithrte- Uto Unda of Wa Smitb, Henry '
Kern, and others. Initlandlteovrred with Tat.
uable timber of all sorts k partimbirly abounds
with one pine and oak timber, which is valuable) ,
on account of ha vicinity to several eaw-niilli.
Tbe soil hsclfls of s very good quality. ,
One tract of ai ' tenths ol an acre, wnicn wul
be sold with ibo last ahove mentioocd tract it
is valuable for in esecDcnt spring on it.
One other tract, of one hundred three and a ,
half acre. Ivinr oa the waters of Third Crerk
adjoining tbe mill lands lately owned by Martin
Kendlcman i the timber on this tract is valuable,
being so convenient to the said milla.
Ihe conditions of Ihe saU ia, a credit of twelve
months for one half of the purchase money, and
of eighteen months for the other half. Bonds
with approved securities will be required.
I.LU. lAH,ar, l. u, X..
.Way 4,1-23. 7wtM
Wtc llevt.lt Uig etc.
TAMES B. llAHPTOM respectfully informs
tl the public, that bo occupies the old shop
formerly owned by his father, on ataio-etrcet,
a few doors south of the Court-House, Salisbury,
where he it now prepared, with a good set of
tools, to repair all kinds of
WATCHES y CLOCKS.
He assures all who mav favor him with their
custom, that their work shall be euculcdln at
good a style as at any other shop In thie part of
the country. All kinds of old Jewelry repaired.
and some kinds made. Jobt of every description,
ia his line of business, wUl be thankfully received,
and etecuted on a abort notice. People who
reside at a distance, by sending, may depend on
twin? their work as kithfuUy attended to and
returned, at though they were preaent.and
en's the old established Si "isbury prices charged.
OVUweury, Aug, hi, 1B-X - 4t'M-
State of eV OTiCftToina? :
COURT of Plraa and Quarter Sessions, Feb
ruary Term, 1823. President and Directors
of Uie Bank of s'ebcraw. John Simeaon, jr. -
a-k - i,;- si a. a .a a
urr. ail i-evuyi in uie nanna or uioniei siea an.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that
the defendant ia not an inhabitant of thi state t '
It is therefore OroVre4 that publication be mad
aii weeks successively la the Western Caroli.
nian, that tbe defendant bo and appear at our
next Court to be held for the county of Meck
lenburg, at the Court-ilouse in Charlotte, on
the fourth Monday in May next, then and there '
plead or demur, or judrment will be entered
against hinr according- to the pla'ntifiV demand. -
3mt'J8. Price adv. g4.
SUPERIOR Court of Law, March Term, 1823.
Lovice" PeninMoB ." Eaekiel Teningfon : .
Petition tor divorce and aBmony. - It appearlnr-
to the aatiffketion of the Court, that tbe defen- "
dant in this case residea without the limits of this
State, it ia therefore ordered by the Court, that
publication be made in the 8tar and' Western
Carolinian for three months, that the defendant
appear at Uie next Superior Court of Law, to be
held for the county of Burke, at tbe Court-Hottse
in Morganton, on the fourth Monday of Septero- -.
ber next, then and there to plead to said petition,
otherwise the petition will be heard ex parte,
and decreed accordingly.
Copy test, W. W. EBWIN, (7. A C
rnce aav. , jmioy
iOTJRTof Preat and Ouarter Stawom'
j Seaaion, 182V- Jv'icholaa MicliaeL vs. John
P. Mataw t Original tttiirhmcnt lcyied PB.hinds,.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that J
the cfefendant is not an inhabitant of thia State, ..
h ia therefore errfffrrf. that publication be maflo - -
for six weeks successively, in the Western Caro
linian, printed in Salisbury, that the defendant
anDear at our next Court of Pleas and Huartcr
Sessions to be held for the county of Davidson, at
the Coiirt-House in Lexington, on the 4th Moth
day in July next, then and there to replevy and
plead, or judgment will be taken according to
Uie planting 'a demand, ,
Test; DAVID MOCK, C C. tV
Price adv. S3. ; 6t62
DAVI0S0W COVHtT. '
COURT of rleaa and Quarter Seassions, Apm. .....
-Stasion, 1823..; Jesse Uargrav f vi.Johnrr
Mataw V Original attachment, leyied on Lands.
It appearing to the satisfaction of Uie court, that t
tbe defendant it not an inhabitant Ot thietate ....
it it therefore trdcred, that publication be made
for aix weeksfiiccessirtly In tile Western Cs.ro- -.
linian, printed in Salisbu, that the defendant
appear at our next Court Of Pleas and Quarter
Si-Minns to be beld-for the Count v of Davidson, at
the Court-House aii Lexington, on the 4th Mon- r -
day in July next, then and there to repiey ,
8 lead, or hidgment will 1 be taken aeeording to.
le plantitt's demand. ;:i ' V I-'J.'f ..V :
v Test, v DAVID MOCK, C. C.C,