KL1C10 BOOTIIINQ iOBKOVr.
Jf ! retumlnr. tprinr;,
; With many op'nlnf blotaom,
: JIat that, tit, egl' CM bring , t
JVtee to the aiigv'thjd botomt
'"'Jljtin t tt momlnf rty,
JW'j?'?. tiJJe jIjft drparted, -.
1 Jut what tgain cm yy convey
To lim iWi broken hearted I
f At t 1 see the stars illume
Tba canopy of beaveni, ' '
','Iut what cao enter the hapless doom
Of man to mit'ry drives r" 1 '
: ' lUIifW vo'ee ! hi power divine
- More dear than p'lvmf blotaom, -
t Th0 roornin j ray, Of ((art that shine,
' Cat south tht anfuiab'd boaom.
r , - view rai itiwi mini.
HEALTHFL'LKESS OF CLIMATE.
" Ers I'ncle am from old John BuQ
Hand torn himself away,
.' fome men, with ample powers and fall,"
. Were pint to make survey.
Twixt Carolina North and South
They running were the toe,
as has bcentoW by rnany a saouthi
Vi lkb mad dam Dismal wbine.
J?of near tht Co she bad a but,
And could not UD at all
fThea tb said En vaa run or cut
Witch aide her but snirht fJL
. The eour they were directed,
Tbey would aot cut ber house la two,
, 'Aod lean her unprotected. .
At length the line was cut or run i
On the north side iha fcUt
Her lace tu brightca'd like the tun i
tier heart with joy did MtlL
Tbanif to bind lrovdcoce," quoth she,
fl knew 1 rouat.dk quickly, .
If in South Carolina he
, Rid placM Pe wbers tis sickly
But in North Carolina 1,
',' My tear away can wipe
5e healthy 'tie I thai! Dot die.
Tit TatwTOt mroaiPM.
4The la the fatal bmirUeoroe.'' -.-The.miu
of ibe rnorning'stlll hung
heavilv on the mountain topr above
: the viUage'of RcdtlilT, but the roadi
Which led Wwtrda it WaV crowded
with the varied population of the iur
rouodine country, from far and near.
At;AIebury the ahopa were doe,
toe nammer oi uie oucismiin miu up
on his anvil, not a wagon of any de
acription' waa to be seen in the street,
nd tiUlhf i bM.pf , lh?ayerj.,wi.
lotied. ana tne rer cone wun us pro-
j pnetor towards the clifl, a token oi an
lmDrtrtsnt era. which wai without a
. paralltl in the annals of he place.
And. save thit r.crc na mere a soma-
rv head looWu through a broken pane
- In same cldst i house with an air of
of a liule nurslinj was heard, betoken
ing that'-io the .'general flight, it had
been left In UDslilllul nincr may
hap here and there a solitary, tagged
' and illnatured school boy was seen, or
, a n5t less iolitjrjr and illnatured dog,
either seeming but half appeased by
the privilefof a holiday', granted on
condition of remanMjaJbAmj
VfholelMeexhibited a 'pictnrc-' of
desertion and ViienceV thatltatl fofevef
"vBnrin prootioti as you drtwmeM'
r the poncTerous lURs in the mtdst oj
.jrbich the Uitle town of Itedcltff.was
situated, you mingled again in the thick
Lustle and motion of the wortJof men
and. women and boys, and horses aod
.dogs, and ,all , living, moving, and
creeping things, that inhabit she wild
deserts of Pennsylvania. - .
The village itself Was crowded to
Overflowing long before the sun had
' - gained a sufficient altitude to throw its
E;..aay.. a Msf&ist-,..,...-;.' vy .' v
was crowded, and the fumes of tobacco
change, and the perjpetual clamour of
tne throng was sufficient to race a prain
. -. of common flexibility In the streets
- parted acquaintances the bartering of
horns ; the settling of old account the
i .t ' . I
I 411 III, BH'I
t !!.-' tA tit
t'rf.l. 1 O lor.k tll'Oa IhC ICUif to
tniuj;!e 1 1 ft the Cfuwd t-i KnttO t the
tyttii4li()!i, hT lu turvvy the tuutitf n
i t ra if the i-n'ilrtl f iltiluJe
mnu Ica'l to no 4t(il4Clian ol tne
came for hich this rnats pf httero-
rtneoua matter was congregated.
- rWitiiin the walls of the old stnne
gaol, at the foot of the mountain a dif
Itrent scene had been that morning
witnessed. There, chained to a stake
in a mitrrallc dungeon, damp and
scarcely illuminated by one ray of light,
oow-ly the (Bnoia4e4 furr-( .e
whoWfinal dnom termed (tear at hand.
A.feirJouahefUc his wife and little
daughter had been i h him, having
frsvtlUd a hundrcd-jnika to meat htm
once mare on the threshold of the
gnve j they met. and from thai gloomy
vault, the song of prsite ascended with
the ascending sun, and the gaoler as he
listened to the melodious voice of three
persons whom he looled 'upon at jnosl
desolate and lost of all In the wide world.
blended sweetly together, and chauni
ing that beautiful hyrad, . , ,
' ft U the ford! should I dittruat
Or contradict bit iO r
Vt'be cannot dq but what it juet.
And mutt be rifhteoni ttlQ
It ia the Lord! who can auttaia,
Beneath the.bcanett load,
from whote aaaiatance I obtain '
To tread the thorny road.''
Almost doubted the evidence of hit
senses, aod stood bleu in aatonith-
ment at the massy door. Could these
be the voices of a murderer, and a
murderer s wife aod child f
This brief and to be final interview
had pasted, however j those unfortun
ate ones had loudly commended each
other to the keeping of their heavenly
parent, and parted ; he to face the as
scmbled multitude on the scaffold, and
they, as thry said, to return by weary
journeys to their sorrcwlul home
The convict, worn out with sickucis
and watching, now alcpt.
His name was Janton Creel: his
place of residence said to be Virginia.
He had been taken up while travelling
from the northward to hia home, ana
tried and convicted at he country town,
some miles distant, for the murder ol
a fellow traveller, who had borne him
company from the lake, who was as
certained to have jud t large sum of
money with himr ami 1io i was found
in. the room in which they both slept.
", -i if i
his throat cut.-Creel always had pro
tested his innocence ; declaring that
the deed was perpetrated by some one
while he was asleep, but the circum
stances ft ere sgainst him, and, though
the money was not found on him, he
was sentenced to be hung, and had
e rn trmnveA n the nA atnng gatl t
Redcliff for security, the county pris
on being deemed unsafe. ' This was
the day the execution was to take place ;
the scaffold was already erected ; the
xtAwd. pressed roand he building and
frequent cries ol M bring out the mur
derer,M were, heard.
The sun at last told the hour of ele
ven, and there could be no more dc
lay. The convict's cell was entered
by the ' officers in attendance, who
aroused hi sn with the information that
all waj i ready Jot- him without, and hid
htm hasten to his execution. Thev
laid hands upon him and pinioned him
tight, while, he looked up towards
heaven in wild astonishment, as roe
new born, and only said "the dream
the dream." And what of th
dream Mr. Janson," said. the Sheriff,
"you would do roe a great kindness if
ypfPtild.jdrfant yoursf If and me pqt
oOhis cursed " scrape!;""" I dreamed:
replied the convict, that while you read
t&C'!dai1t'w arrant to-tneon the aeaffwleli
a' man came throT the crowd; and stood
before ut in a grew dressy wi th a white
hat andlarge whiskers, and that a bird
fluttered over htm, and sung distinctly.
v i its it Lewis xvfio murdered tne tra
The officers and gaoler held a short
consultation, which ended in a deter
miaation to look sharply after the man
in grey with the white bat, accompani
en with many hints of the godly rcsig
nation of the prisoner and the possi
bility of hia innocence .heingAssertedJ
MlJPfflral gncy;iTTio pnyion
doors wereF'cleared 'and Creel,, pale
ind:fee!33c'lni thfi hylmtf Dck'lo
his hand, and a mien all meekness and
humility, was seen tottering from the
prison, to the scaffold. He had no
sooner ascehdedlt than hia eye began
to wander over, the vsst concourse of
people around him uh a look of icru-
. 1 v, !..!,- t'.c ?.:; i 1 t!.' vran
tt-v t5'fiVi;l' 1,'!V f( , -A f C i i i in
Uf4,c Le locked, and liArd ain
tl.cn raied I i hanJl anj ers n nio
men uuwsrdi lite clear tky, as if Ire ah
mgaUst ej icuhtiun, when l I as he
retimed hit firtt potition, the Very
pcrsos be dficnbcd stood wr.hin sit
feet f the ladder. The pritoner's eve
Caugkt the sight, and flatbed with fire,
while he called but, "there it Lcwit
the mrdtrtr tf the traveller? and the
gaoler at the same moment seised the
stranger by the collar. At first he at
tempted to escape, but being secured,
and taken before the mjestrate he con
fcttcd&e deed, dcuiltd all thepf
tlco!ard Jie red" Up"part oT the mo:
nry, informtd whers another part was
hidden, and was fully committed for
tf ial.-whiie Creel was twmed hose and
haitcaed lik a, man out of his senses
from the scsfdd.'
.Three dayi had elapsed j Creel had
vaniahrd Imrtediatcly after his libera
tion, when thjpretrnded Lewis aston
iihcdjsod xoifuundcd the-tnagistrate.
by deilarmg Qccl to be her husband j
that she had akumed the disguise and
t j .1 i i t ! . i -
penormrq tne wnoie pari oi nis airec
tionsi that he pad given her the mo
ney, which he lad till then successful
ly concealed abut his person i and that
the whole, fron) the prison to the sraf
fold scene, was a contrivance to effect
his escape, wlich wss effected, she
was regardless nf consequences. No
thing could Se done with herthe
was set at liberty, and neither her nor
her husband were heard of again.
Mi. Wain : I waa much pleaaed with a piece
in one of yoir paper, handed by a " Lincoln
8ultcribcr.MOQ the eubject of UtUnrtnnf, ta
ken from Scttt't Family DiLle.
At Uie prwent, when thre aetmt to be rreat
fithiiif fur tb oflieet of public trust, from the
chief mtptmtj down and when aotne of thote
ho becken Sit public eje, under ami profct-
tiontof teal r the rood of the people, nracti
cally and habitually tioUte aAd trample urvler
thrir feet tone uf the bett Iat vt God ami man,
If you think tie following might be annihtt gutd
hint I th frplr, jou will plrae to give it a
ptace In youi piper i you may not cJkhm to
call it divinit but !t it certainly sound moralitv.
htch it next in importance to the true lujipi-
nctt and pernanency of every dirittian rorern
menti and fmn abich will flow. ai naturally aa
the ttream fr.m the fountain, real patriotiim,
manifctted bj a uniform and pra. tical rrgard to
all the moral tnd aalutary precepta of our Ma
ker and our ountry. - . -
i tou nun
From a charge de'ivered by Judge Ruth to the
'"grand Jury of Notduuupton county, ( PennayL
vanhi) oil tut Cirtuit In the year 1799.- -..
It cannot be denied, thjt the pub
lie prosperity of our land, depends up
on the. virtue of the people, and that
the practice ol vice, like a cancer in the
natural body, will at hit extend itself
lathe ykaltnf thevcountryid-cut-off
our national exiatetace. If this be the
case, we may safely assert, that no man
lovet his Country who livet tn the hab
itual violathn of anu rule in her moral
iinc.f.: uccnw 'ay v naingrir cimiTi-
butes his aid to accomplish her de
struction. He mar call himself Fed
eralist or Apti Federalist a Rrpub
lican or Democrat or whatever he
pleases ; it is certain, he is but a pre
tender to the character of a Patriot.
It is imposiVle he can love his Country.
whose life and actions arcbostile to
her true inttMts. Party and person
al prejudices h may possess in ahun
dance, which tothe world, and perhaps
to mmsell, he nay cover with a man
tie of zeal for tie public good : But
the love of his Country is a stranger
to his heart. Eiamine for a moment,
Gentlemen, the orce of this qbserva
tion-bv your o wnexperience in private
li fe-Suppse;:oe of y oti r' ne ighbors,
imii ind . lit toe aame3meio. mike. a
practice of th watt ing your: views, and
defeating the plais you had laid to pro
mote your happiness, or your inter
ests; there is no doubt, you would
hypocrite. Nrr can he be pronounced
any thing better, who tells you he
loves his country, arid is, at the same
time, habitually infringing those laws,
on which" her salvation and prosperity
essentially depend. Away with all
such Patriotism J It is hail Master
with the lips, and at the same instant a
stab to the heart. I call fhat mtma
dislirgabfzef, let hisMlIucafprrncTples
be-what they may who is ; spreading
through the moral world, the seeds of
disorder and vice, ancuhercby sapping
rh. tAtmHff.AM Jt fill AV.MltH.Hl
HIV IVIUIUIliUH VI U. yUTllUUKttkl
-A earnedntkmaaae-ltaa written on the
&Hae of the tongue, atuibatrs them all to. the
want rttt, '
1 :.: ,;.ti.:J (
-fc,si r I.'t.(!-.!y
Ul t I I I
wttoa C .I-
ia an txc tils tit Jiciufc lately
j ,M.-,!ied, states the Iiiowing ettra-
ordinary facts " 1 or more than thirty
years jmt, certainly not a single death
has occurred among the students of this
institution (the college of N Jersey j)
nur have 1 been able It ascertain that
sueh an event has ever been witnessed
So Nainu II.H.H Had such an event
ever occured, it could scarcely have
escaped the inquiries and researches
of Professor Liodsly and it it, there
lore, fair to presume that it bevtf did
occur and yet it would seem almost
miraculous that, in more than seventy
yearsufcl 1 deathjihoold havetaken
place? among to large s number o(stu
dents ai Jurr. generally attended that
seminary Trenttt True American.
Orlfin tf the utrd Gentleman."
Originally it wss written Gentile
man, and given as a distinguishing ap
pcllatron, in thertTst'tges of Chrfsii
snity, to those persons who conforme
to lha Christian faith, but retained
their-Gentile customs, fashions and
Origin of the word Ladi. For
merly, when the affluent lived all the
year round at their mansions in the
country, the lady of the manor distri
buted to her poor neighbours with he
own bands once a week or oltener,
certain auantity of bread, and she wa
called by them the hrffdau that it, in
Saxon, the bread river. These two
words were, in time, corrupted, and
the meaning is as little known as the
practice which gave rise to it j yet it i
from that hospitable custom, that, to
this day, the ladies of this Country
alone serve the meat at their own ta
Jndiutry it ih fuunJatim if Iiutepeudetue.
We are informed by a gentleman o
vera sty, that there is a boy in Newton
township, in this country, who, during
the last winter, spun from tow, and
ith five needles knit himself a pair o
pantaloons, with suspenders and stock
ings complete. The whole was done
in nights by fire light, for he is obliged
(though but 1 3 years of age) to work
in the day time for the support of his
aged parents. His name is William
Pickle; he has it in cooltmplation to
construct another pair this winter out
of wool. The independence 'of his
mind, for one of his age, ll truly as
tonishing. On being offered a present
of sufficient wool to make his intended
garment, he refused, saying he could
earn it himself. Zanesville Messen,
A description of the perton of wet cmirr.
at it wai found in an ancient Manutcript, teal
by Publiiit Lentulut, Pretident of Juuca, to the
Senate of Rome.
.ThcjeliveA In.Juda at. this-tinvs4
la at. this-tinc"'
man oi singular conracicr, nnuic vaiuc
is jesus Christ. The barbarians eaa
teem him a Prophet t but his follow
ers adore nim as tne immediate on
sprin? of the immortal coo. He is
endowed with such unparalleled virtue
as to call back the (lead from their
graves, and to heal every kind of dis
ease wuh a ward or a toch. His per
son is tall and elegantly shapen ; his
aspect amiable and reverend: his hair
flows in those beautiful curies, agreea
bly couching below his ears on his
shoulders, in 'shades which no united
colors can match ; and parting en the
crown of his head like the head-dress
of the sect of .the Naaarites. His
forehead is smooth, and his cheeks
without -a spot, -siawe'tif'oTX'ldvcfi
feu ma nese- mdu -mouiire o meo
with xquisit symmetry f hfis beard 4
thic'n'cr salta1eto the rairof his
h:ad, reaching a little ieloiv his chin,
and parting jo trie middle like a fork
his eyes are briaht, dear and serene.
e rebukes with maiestv. counse
with mildness, land invites with the
most tender ana persuasive language ;
his whole deportment and' address,
whether in word or deed, being ele
gant, brave, 'and strictly characteristic
of so exalted a being. No man has
ever seen him laugh, but the whole
worlchas frequently beheld him weep ;
the rauUittldel cannot withhold their
tears, joying aid sympathy with' TiimT
He is modest, temperate; and wise : In
short, whatever this phenomena may
be in the end, he seem at present js
man ot cxduisit beauty and divine per
way surpissing the chil
drcn of men.
l V -
4 lit i4 J.-t 1 i.
A--.; t. Wm. We i-lf r, I ' i A'- it. rr,
2, J!i II, A!rli-Ir, I! 'rt A" n, I t. Aft.
i. rvm, fsmjilo Atrlin !, Jri.e Af.k, Jl
It. A, IW.tf, lUbrrca Jl!r( ll), txii Hrwr.r,
2, tliw!,fih II. Hirtrr. Vm. U KK,ni
firown, l!i(lteJ ll.nku, J ,ht lloudcn. C
tkn. Ctmngiiin, Alntnlcr t;lry, tfn, f,
Con, Diml Cli.i.brrt, Ira Cathmin, D.omia
M, ( w krn, tVm. t,'mptII, Robert Cotkran,
N.tliihirl Cunninjbim. I). -teJi-ne e Ih.
km, Ltwil Llinkini, Mtrgartt K. Ihnkiiii, 0t
rmh Dtnkint, Jane llm.ina, Jainrt Uinkint 4,
Wtlirr Davit, John II. Davi'Uon, John I'ickry.
f, John iiig. Jrrrttiitli FrtcKin, Jo.
Sepb I'linn. C 11iofiki ())r, J.hki It.
tioOtUin, Jot!.h Grflv, AlcianJcr trdrn. ' II.
fcjt'ktaj lUrn, David H-rry, 2, 1 ippo I, llrnder
ton, James 1 1 (?, M. a N, Pt IU, Reuben
IIIIU, 2, David llawell, Jul.n llannoiL Matthew
lliHr M-UuM-f, JJ,.IXiuUr. KV-xCV) t -KimLle,
Jamet Kirk, 3. L liiut lhtrjt
Julia .JJrtUv Wtm. latthC M-JoL B. Ms
James M'Cienny. W, Staaon, ban) Stoore, Johm
M.irrii. O. AiLline Urr, M.lion (W)orn. , p
tdmafi4"Patror7 Mary rortirJoerptr Jr trrrU
anee, Q. Cyrul Query 2. It Charlrt Rich."
mond, Km K Kobinton, rcrmenia Rodgtrt,
ftvklal Robineun. M. I RichoUlaon. S. I'JU
alia Smartt, Dtvid Smith, Hugh mith, RoM t.
IhOMT Mt'tStftit TfpMrifJliiii' ' Bin.mol.a, a."
Cob atama. T-Wm, 1 oler, Charlrt F. Toore.
er,JohiTye. W-Oolfrry WIUma, LeandeP
ZTtTHtlamton, Tbomu It. witrimt.
36U WM. MIIH, P.M.
lilale ot .Votl Caxonat
SUPRRIOH Cmirt of I j w, April Term, 1823 1
Janw Weaver t. Witlitm Weiver...,PtH.
tion, divorce. It appearing to the tatiafactkin of
the Court that the dtfrmtant ia not an inhabi
tant of I hit ate, it ie therefore ordered by the
court, tliat publication be made for three nionths I
in the Wcftern Carolinian, printed in Saliabury.
tht the ilefcndant appiir at the net 8upt;rior
Court of law to be held for Uie county of Row
an, at the Court Huute In Bititbury, on the se.
coml Monday after the fourth Monday in Rep
tember next, than and there to plead, aoiwer,
or demur, or the petition will be heard as parte
HT. GILES, C.5. C.
Trice adr.gt. ,3mtr0
Stale ot .VottU UtvtoUiia,
COtTtT of Equity', Spring Term, 1833.'.
William Sloan ft. Samuel Carton, Davil
Camm, Andrew Canon, STiUism Canon, Eft
aser Carton, Mary Carton, Jamei Scott and hi
wife Martha, Jacob Weathetby and his wife Mar
caret i Orif inal bill fur the conveyance of land.
It appearinr to the tatikfaction of the court, that
the above defendanu live beyond the Emits of
the State, it ia therefore roVrcf, by the Court,
that publication be'niade in the Wettcm Ctro
linian, for three montlit tucccati vely, that unices
the drfefxUrrtt appear at our next court, to be
held for the county of ImlelL the Courl-
Houte in Statetville, on tlie hno Monday after
the fourth Monday in September next, then and
there toflcad antwer or demur, otherwite judf
ment will be taken pro oonfeato, aa to them and
the caae heard es parte. , r
v JOUN W. HART, C. M. C. E. .
Paid i 3mt76
Blalt ot eVoiUv Cat oYVna,
SUT1210B. Court of Law, Spring Term, J 8CJL :
Catharine Cowan . 1'homaa Cowan t re
ttiofpf djorc. U this caae it it ordered by -
thfia that publiearioif be made for three)
RMuhe in the Star, and Wettern Carolinian, that
the tkfefxlant appear at the next court to be
held fur the county of Iredell, at the Court Ilouao
jft Stateiille on the 5th Monday after the 4tb
Monday in September next, and plead, antwer.
or demur, otherwise judgement wul be nad pre
confetao, and the caute beard ex parte.
Price adv. g4.
O LoticV FenihtWtJt.-L'iekitir Pembcfon j -i
Petition for divorce and alimony. It appearing
to the taliafaction of the Court, that the defen.
dant in tliit cate residea without the Emitt of this
State, it ia therefore ordered by the Court, that
publication btf made in the Star and Wettem
Carolinian for three menthe, that the defendant
anoear at the next Superior Court of Law. to ho
held for the county of Burke, at the Court-llQutw ,i .
m Monranton, on the tourth Mondav ot Senrem-
ber next, then and there U pkad to aaid petition,
otherwtae th petition-will WJvaaed pAie,
and decreed accordinfrly.
Con v tett. W. W. ERYV IN, V. a. S. U. U
Price adr. J4.
COURT of Pleat and Quarter Setaiont, May i
Seision, 1823. Jamet Torrence w. Charles- '
n r.nnr ..Oriirin.l attach me nL levied in the
handt bf Alfred D. Kerr, and he aummoned ai
npniabr i 1an. nn one neero bov. ' Itannear
4ng to Uie, aatisfacti.pn pf the Court tbat the de
fcndant in thiaue reaidea out oT Piia Stiieltt
W-thr6rerdtL thtt rmhllr.ttion he m3fe.i.CZl.
.taft3eJterB.Cirolinrtfn. wthreejmontns succeis-
nrety, tnat trnteta the iienoaai appear o.ioro,.t
this Court on the first day of the next terra to
beheld fur -the county aforesaid, at Stateaville,oa
the third Monday in Auguat next, ana repiery.
the nronertv levied on. and olead to the Said ,
caute, the plaintiff wlll-be.-beard ex parte, and 7 1
jucipmem reauerea ayam aata aeicnuaui. jji"
Tett, H. SIMONTON, CFk.
Price adv. g4. 3rot7l
t nHE sale of the retidue of the property, be -X
longing to the estate of Jetse A. Pearaon,
cieceated, will commence at Mock's Old Field in
the forks of the Yadkin, on Wedneaday the 13th
of Autratt next, and continue from cay to day
astockofiikelv Cattle, Farming TJtenails, House- -hold
and Kitchen Furnituret and a variety ...of
other property." 'All which, will be sold without
reserve on bberal terms which will be made , '
known on the days of sale.
Ai KESBrrr, dm'r, ,
4,1823. 5t66 '
i kinds common!
fF the various kinds commonly infuse, for sale
the Office of tht Wisunj Caaoiwua'
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