Tin; mi hi:.
roeta of otd, when o Inipired,
arm, nkd Nilmt drt w
TVy ut .r glowing charma wr Atti,
And sang of all they kntw. -
Not m tbir ton rmmJcH band
tacit, airong in virtue, draws
A lucid illi dcnt band,
And paints tier through tlx gatua,
M b U It, that oa Emma's check
Tha bUlIoO,aattU rose f
Dcauw rvi u rnn la Mk
A pls vpoa "be? buUnds om.
THE ALMANAC Of LIFE.
The prore wive stage of auna ex.
Jttence, bears a striking analogy to the
vicissitudes of the leasoos, comprising
la each aucceediog month the period
of seven yean i a calculation which
euppositiously extends the duration of
life to the advanced age of eighty-lour,
bcyocd which all mint be dreary
blank, neither profitable to ourselves,
nor desirable to otheri .
Jmuary. lafAaiCT. This month,
which commence! our year, may just
ly be compared with the iafant state
of men, whose faculties are yet in em
bryo. I he sunshine of joy irradiates
but transiently it illumes his early
days wiJi glances of pleasure unsub
stantial and evanescent tedious
night of helplessness aod ignorance ef
faces the impressions made during the
day. Artificial warmth, invigorating
food, and refreshing sleep, are all that
he requires or finds tolace in.
February. From 7 to 14. The
had of iutellect now expand to imbibe
the gm'nl ravs of instruction, which
the all-cheering lummjry of Spring
noumhc s into blooms of early promise.
All is caity -md plaurr t nature tp- !
pears ditked in vivid delightful col
ors, variegated, freh, and blooming
no gl wm d trkcus the surrounding at
tractej they oltcure his roioo, Mir.'itfmaVj-t jolt i that Ms ratihly course it
his virtues, and the m'ufuriuncs they I alio rm, and iluc he it about to rest
occssion burst unexpectedly upon him, from all his labour
astonishing and appalling him even in
the moment of pleasure and exultation, MORAL DUTIES.
lf perceives that th day of licentious It is painful to us alt, we know, to
enjoyment is short thst a tang win. lie down at night, and think the duties
ter of remorse may succeed and hap- of the day have not been dyne,- It Is
py Is it for him If he profit by the bint more painful to close ine year, and to
which the season Itself affords. think that It has been wasted in Idle.
Jala, 13 to 49, The bright days oeM nJ foU ' nul h,, " de,r toT ou le VarCDI' 'or If you
of summer arc now passioga way with he the feelings of those who lie down huy what you do not need, you soon
swiftness, unnoticed. The tempting iastupoB ibJ ol dcaUi, and look may nave need to atllyour nectua
Iruiu have been plucked from the uluPB w',r P" w" -tr-
!vlnr ihem hire and uniltfv, membrance of goodness I who can re.
otheri of later growth now bend fse.J caM Heheii swate4 an J powr sifju-. TSnwaAasW o cr&Ma CrM m
Btith lb ltiitiAU. burthen. . Tha ha. misemployed and $r .! ..
has beta got In, the com Is ripe for the grave In the uobsppy and to memorable
aickle.and the afterKropof grass begins UP00 ich o "r will be ihed, tad wjnUr of ua0( wbtB he eorD the
If you would wealth, think cf
saving as well as getting. The mines
rc....L a t ti 1 i
oi kivuui imcnc couiu noi mane iter
rich, whose out-goes aro more than
It often costs more to maintain one
vice, than to bring up two children.
If goods are sola ever so cheap, an
you do not need them, they are too
to shoot from the earth. It is bow
do memorial of virtue raised.
win ant tka r1iv mrr !f ravri hv
that man is drawing towards the bar. J Aaanon. J ieVere cold in France, the wolves made
vest of his happiness. Most of the I ' I dreadful ravag's in the fields, andrush-
pleasure! which he once pursued withl Since the first or January, 1823, thej.j wjtj, fcr0cit j even upon man. One
aviditv. have lost their test. Those o seal service of the United States hsLf hese ravenius beasts, after havinr
who have too early wasted their taleoti ,0ltt by death, the following number broken the window, entered cottage
remain neglected at aa uaelesa encum- of officer! t 3 captains,! lieutenants, 3 j he Forest of Orte, near Aegou
braoceon the face of the earth, while surgeons, 2 pursers, 3 chaplains, 17 ime. Two children, one lix and the
those who hive preserved their snoralsnjiahipmeo, 3 sailing-master, 1 boat-J 0,hfr cht years of eg, were reposing
uneortupted, and suffered their j'udg. S gunners I captain or ma- f.n the bed, in the abseoce of their
ments to be matured by experience, rines, 3 lieutenants of mariner, 1 car- rnothrr, who had gone in aearch of
I wood to kindle a fire. Meeting with
no resistance,' the wolf leaped upon the
bed. and avucht to destroy his delicate
prey t aeizid with a sudden fright, the
and aougbt after as precious fruits, are penter, 1 sail-maker t total, 46.
ustly appreciated for thsir superior
excellence. At this period alsa, man
beholds a new generation rising to per-
8APIRNT CASt ISTRT.
petuste its virtues i bis tender offspring I , A female slave cot.drm'.ed to death two little hovs crept under the cover
calls for all his carei and atteation i he in Virginia, died alter setitrn- j but n nd held it closely without draw.
ooka anxiously forward to the period previous ts execution, and in the mran inir a breath so near was tre Ccsh
of its growth and improvement, in the I time, was delivered of a child. J he I which had enticed him, that not being
fond hope that it will not only rladden t,0,rernor guvely submits to the I.r- able to attain it instantly, the murder
his own heart, but contribute to theg''atur' whether, under these cir-l 0ua animal became more furious, and
general benefit of society. cumstances, ihe child U not the pre- began to destroy the coveting with his
Artif. 9 to J6. The yellow Pert.T ' "he fciaie. When this ncvel teeth, trifling s was this obMaele, it
tinta of autumn now begin to check T,rry ,Ul he answered by the Com nevertheless preserved the lives of
our exultation, add remind us that mUtce of the Virginia Legislature, it these innocent children. A large aid
earthly bliss is not p
the aspect of nature
ual ehanre. ao doea
His cheeks begin to furrow, his locks ,r?m, '? oper - preserving the wolfat more than a hundred yards frm
turn rrav. and the bloom of healthful I child's life. According to the maxim the housr, whither the mother was
exertion weatena ins intellectual pow
era, which have now passed the peri
od of improvement. The winter of
1 1 itvl 4 i e,Ht,,ny, h,rt Ullk,
T tft,, If W.lr,t lirmm J.nhlnr. U
f il.a M-minta uf Hi4j.-nnirni.Kl J,A,n iLion
Ub h,m4s ifi-s fur timlaM
Joke fl.son. .m M l
tha l.iimpMif Ub limilt ria t
r-lf4 In my Undt by tul J'iinf I. f ))k.
ton, as bit grnU Mt4 U, U.Trfur, bt.r
'". tba union fiiymcou ra mU by XU
tlif. aton.!; ot Tthmvy nt, Uinff bi Iba
tk of lluwui cuty Court. fiOfn mA4
Iwrr arranirraieaU la Uut tn.L U.i ImihcJiua.
1 aftrr tW um ll iuch bmit UI b put
8tato of North-Carolina,
J vtmbar StMltfits, 1121 UkHm t:u,?S'
t. li'ohard A. tl'Hati Oninnul atUebmcm.
UrU4 in Iba hutdtot Tv Akuntrr, nrniWiaa.
It ipptarinf to tlia court tht UiS dclamUnt !
tbit cwa U not sn inhabitant of tbia But i H ia
ohbjrrj that publication I pud all weeks la
the Weiurn Carolinian, rivliif aotiea to the
aa'4 defetxtant to tppu at Uia ast aovrt of
PIcU smj Quarter Brtaiona, to ba bclj for att4
cotjntr, at tli eourt-twuaa In CbarkMte, an tha
4th Monday in Ftbrnarr naxt, to ttpUry, pWad
to lwie, or demur, ptktrw'iaa JuJpMoi Anal
-.it. ... j . . .
ill be entered ar ainat him. A ccpr j teat.
ISAAC ALCXANDtlf, c.aue.
Prlrt ar. R3. Mi
a rcramu ua inai . .o v.... ........ ..
permanent and as ball be communicated to our readera. faithful dg, who bad followed their
undergoes a grad- the ,cntcncc f death destruc- mother, returned in time to deliver
s the face of man. t,ve of he mother, it would scarcely them he ha l siented the track cf the
gray, and the bloom of healthful I child'a life. According to the maxim the housr, whither the mother was
ir fadea from bit cheeks. Pleat, of the civil law, it might perhaps ad- returning slowly, lOidcd w ith fazzots:
e fatigues his relaxed frame, and m'1 a 0ut wnf thr the child should he ran with the quir':neis of the stag j
crtion weakenahis intellectual pow- Bot a wel1 " lhe mo,her j since,! he entered like a lion, and falling up.
"jiartut tequilur ventrtm"
Stato of Norlh-Cnrolina,
C10URT of Hm and Quarter Scomom, Ka
J vember Seationa, 18Z3i M'Hion AUen, v.
Sermor Tajlor i Orlpnal attachment, levied rm
nerro boy Peler, now coofinad U tha public
jail uf Mrcklcnburf county i It appearing to
the court that the itcfcnuant in uia raae ia not
an inhabitant of tJ.it State, it ia ordered that
publication ba puila fur aii weelra in tb tVes
tern Carolinian, printed in Bfiljurv, N. C. giv.
inr notice to Uia aatd defendant to appear at
the m it Court of Plcaa and Quarter ftcwionalo
be kekl for aaid county, at Uia cort4toua La
Charlirttr, on lha fourth Mnnday in February
next, to plead lo iatue, replevy or !cmur,oOirr.
ie julnient final winbeenlcrtd aptintSkira.
A copy i test,
HAAC ALEXAMIJIR, e.a.e.
Pritt atv. R2. it9 J
mosphere i every thiol preaata on the i i .i . . ... I la the adreniu
senses with the chirm of novelty , all Z ITul K h,k Northtm "e finU MoS
. , .. ill I WIUI llklll IV 111. 41VUI. Ul IUI IIIK I ...
COLD COI VTRT.
Ta the adrenlurei of tome Ruatian explorer
is gaictv, iindiiturbtd and enihautiog.
Mmch. t-i til. This month is
generally ushered in with boisterous
winds and nipping frosts. The help
lens mariner beholds his vessel wreck
ed upon the very rocks which bind hia
much-loved home.' Vegetation per
ishes through severe and untimely
iraita j ana aeiugiog rains, acsccnaing
with impetuous force, crush the spring,
ing blade, aod despoil the beauty of
the gy parterre. Even thus do the
rude passions of man's foul break forth
w ith resistless force- at this- cnsetrled
period of rxistence, wrecking the fra
gile bark of youth. The tide of dissi
pation sweeps away the principles of
virtue, which have not had time to
takr root, and every noble energy is
blighted by the destructive influence of
" Arf. 21 287 Sunshine and
thowcrs now prevail alternately: the
fruits of a good education appear em
erging from the beauteous blossom
but hs yet they arecrude and imper
fect. Nature appear in her most love,
ly gjrh a few passing clouds may ob
scure tb- horizon, but they soon dis
charge themselves and piss away. S-
do the temporal-) sorrows of youth
disappear, leaving no painful recollec
tions on the mind ; like the refreshing
rain which falls upon the earth, reviving
drooping nature, do the trivial dis
appointments of this early state serve
but to render hope's perspective more
TCT;miHJnT-JVby -far yvf v
ture now wears a Ireshcr bloom; the
. .. r .
ffafdrnt "are luxuriant v n rn witn '
o ' ' . - 4?
flowers, the trees are covered wjth Jo
liage, and the swelling corn begins to
fill the ear. So ia the body of msn
cunout itatementa :
" It was now, says the narrator,
" almost imposaible to fell timber up0B the rth ,he dog covered with
on the animil. who had endeavored to
secrete himself in an ousrure corner,
he sei7ed thr base wretch hv the throat,
and dragging him to the door, stran
gled him instantly. The alarm of the
mother on her return, wan indescriba
ble. She beheld the wolf stretched
wnicn waaas nara as menaicncs useu ,lU h(, . .nnfil t.r .,
i . i .i i , .
except it was perieciiy ory ana ia me drcn Observing the distress of
gretto tne noart ot spring
and aummer, when all was gaiety and
mirth. They seem to have receded
with equal rapidity, and the present
hour too is wasted in unprofitable re-
an .aa oat's eat at -n rl 4-liata0tatsJ at. a 1 S -m
tQ0 gret severity, the hatrhei, on his mistress, the dog ran towards her
September. to 63.-Thrs is the Ts V": fh the most energetic solicirudr,
period of rest and recreation
and revelry, when the season
. tv. u . :.
11 vitii J uiirni ia iwt 111, iiiui TL . Cf .... f .k ..I J I o i n -a
endeavored to intimate to her, that she
r - i
feastine ? 1 . . w..,.. ,hfn returning to the bed, lie thrust
" l in ihi? nntn air. which fomoelied ua to t . ... . .
of labour I . 1 7-Y . , r inianeaa repesieuiv unuer ine cover-
. t- ..jFke many holidays, much against our - inA Kv'ihef moat inriaa1 atma
hi fill al V i a w a a aa w w w w w i
e dava arc conaidranlr ahortrned.l ..... . , I
r - ' " i a .a a . t a r a a i
Man now begin, to seek refuge from rKKxAZ Z WM ere, that which she held
oppressive care, aod gloom appre. 'm;' ,? " ? L I Y mo8t dear' Thc mothfr PPM.
" . ... 7 . 7 V breathe through a handkerchief: you .n,i --f-nft;n(, u-. ,rmKt;,r Lnrl
hensions, in convu al hilaritr and un- i - -" -iri,tr t.t ajnd extending her trembling hand, dis-
, , , . hnd yoiirseii immediately aurfounaed rn-Pia,Tii "n"r7-'TrTfiv.-ii?-iT-ih-
limited indulgence at the soc.al board. . atm.n. f ftnm c? cred. ,hat hfr .cIlTJrcn wcTc. "
hia harvest of knowl- ."J " 'V ' , " Tf. " V ' T hough deprived ol motion ; she h.s-
nrcain arsu ine ucai uj your uuuy, wnitu
a t a s 1 STV
the mind disclose tnemseives. nc
indulges io luxurious pleasures, and
contributes to the gratification of oth
ers by the exertion of his useful and
agreeable qualities, f
June. 35 to 42. The aummer is
now before us j we begin to gather the
fruits ; and already some of the spring
edge, his toil is at an end, and he
proudly exults in his vast acquisition,
without reflecting how soon he may
be called upon to render up a just ac
count, and see his baasted stores
transferred to other.
incloses jou in a mist, and consists
of small nodules of hoar ice.
Breathing causes a noise like tear-th had recovtml thcir fctnSfSt ,,,
ing of coarse paper, or the breaking of, Uinlv rfCOUnfcd ,h(. (,,ncr to
liliu iwiga, aiiu Apiiuu uitaui ia
immTdiatel condensed in the fine sub-
tened to restore them there was ytt
time ; a moment's delav would h.ive
rendered the attempt useless. When
Stute of North-Carolina,
St'Pr.fCOrt Cotrt jf Law, eu.'j?r Ten.
18Z1. V.vy Huoper rt. Jutbiia llooptri
prtitiw for ditorcr. It appearing to Uie latw
fiu'tlon tf the eourt, that ohua flooper, l
i!( ftmlant, it not an inhabitant of thie Stair, it ia
tlierrlitre orIfrt'l by taut four, that rubbcatMHi
he' niaile Tirer months in lha ItaU-igti War and
tVetcrn CaroliiiUn, pi ine; tKrCc" lo the drfen.
daiit, that he appear a' the nett fupenor Omri
of Law to be held fur thr county of IJnonlu, at
the court .houae in Iinelnon,on die fourth Won
day after the 4lh Monday In Starch ret, theo
ami there to aniwer, plead, or t'emur to the aatd
petition, ntherwiae it will be taken pro confetw,
and adjudfred accordingly. M'itnraa. laaton
Memleraon, clerk of aaid court, at office, tlie
fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in Sep.
tember, A. I). 18X1. and in the forty-eighth ) ear
of thc Independence of the V. Btatre.
Prire adr. ?U S'nigt
Ottsler.6i to 70,The fields ,t;ince mentioned above. The north
now appear dreary -the hedges bire Lrn Lights arc tonrtaot, and very bi illi-
no meioay nn me gtove, dui ruue ant ? thcy 8ecB1 cj09e , y0(lj Ind gornc.
hol:rg winds sweep the earth, and
acaftr the straggling leaves in every
direciion. TTius also is man by this
time stripped of his external graces,
he becomes morose and sullen ; his op.
ncarance no longer diffuses cheerful
ness j he neither pleases nor is pleased.
times hear them thoot along' : tlity as
sume an amazing diversity of shapes;
and the Tungoose consider them a
spirits at variance, fighting in the air."
vtaa Tea aaia (it.) rmi.
they bad been exposed, the manner in
wTdch the wolf had enfefcd,ttT'r their
wonderful preservation. The fitlifu!
animal, pleaded in having s,ivtd the
lives of thr?e little inncent, by hia
eager carets gave ample testimorv
that his joy was fully equal to that of
A doctor was asked, whether Lis
!..:....... r Lj ! .m i i.
A Curiositu For four c,r five IP",en.l ,c " f"c, . 1 ''T"
Ih ..m. of rtltmiivhrfikauinr u V... f, , 'litre it nss. anawertd lie: "cut trie
his devoted head, scattering his dear- wfl. hetrd from a particular snot un-If"'" wenfej Jint.
eat connexions; friend after friend der the floor of Mr. S. Hay's shop in
drops off, and is swept away he re- this borough. One day last week, the
mains disconsolate ana cneeriess.
.-.Jfwember. 70 to 77. Gloom and stroy their nest, where they found
desolation how extend thdr dejressing foltr'Tats," about half grown, firmly,
influence every-veatige of cultivation held together by their -tails, which
is 'buried beneath the Jeep enensting kept tbem from moving, as they could
snow the meandering stream ia sound not all agree upon going one course.
in icy fetters, and heavy tog obstures Their tads were ao completely knotted
A person nked Zcno the philoso
boys took up the floor, in order tode- pher, if wise men ever fell in love.
I His answer wa, " If wise men do not
fall in .love, beautiful women must be
npenect oriectwnoc-rais-iu-c: - "rirl - 6- "UT . -.7 : 7 for horse-rscinR was a specious one,
formed, and the strongest energies of T impenetrable darkness , even thus are one onhemootdotTscarfrhej (ha( )f im . tTmxmm
the faculties of man beclouded at this others without losing his tail; which it
advanced period. The hoary frost of appeared, on examination, one had
age settles ort his head the, warn done, s there were five taija and but
1 current of life freezes in his veins t his four rats.
senses become torpid, No ray of in
telligence illumes the gloom which sur. DELICATE COMPLIMENT.
j rounds htm no genial warmth ream- A voung lady being addressed bv n
mates his palsied frame. . J gentleman much elder ilU tierelf, oh-
Dectmber. 77 to 84. Behold now served to him, the only abjection
obscure the sun, even at noon-dav ; thj life of man, with the season, ; draw-prhtch she had to a union with him,
tviviOiglniMC a close?- No materiai -change was the 4ffoI)akUity:McV)ng!be
nas laxcn piace in ine aspect oi xnings, inier, aou icaviij v.v "
yet even this dreaded -epoch is moct I ro wa4?LwJfi!coatoj
tolerable than the nrecedincr. for the! the followiiis: ineepious and delicate1
fruits of his good works, or begin td4 pains and privations of mortality seem complimentary reply : il Blessed is the
sky j and thunder, in an unexpec
mnmmf. buritts over rir heads; - 1 hns
ckea man already prepare to gather the
r i ft! J t.
dread the punishment of his transgres-
aion. JThe simple hopes and pleasures
cf vniith fjcl 'anr! wither in rrmfm.
'pear their termination. A fresh'spring man that, hath a virtuous wife, for the
' . I . .... a ' a a 44
will appear and vegetation flourish 1 number of his days thall be doublet.,
anew and why should not the just J Eccl. xxxiii.
In a debate iti the t.rpnk!a1ure of Ver
mont, on a law against horMvrac injr, Mr.
Pifrpont justly remarked'4 that lhe pre
Sfnfn of orfh-Cftrolina.
ROREKT MTOMIt, executor of Mary !'.
frr,b. xi. Jane Kerr: caveat torn will. It
appearing lo the aatiifaction of the court, that
Manraret, daughter of the late Robert Morriton,
tince intermarried to tome one to the court n-
knoan. Wvlie Ilea and Marwrct hia aife. An.
drew JfTerraTTivl Tfnrhlrs1ft!rnd Jawo
Johniton, are inhrbittiita of another atate i it ia
thrrefore ordfrrd, that puhlicaiion be made ail
wet ki in the Wctrrn Cjirolinijn, that tliev an.
pear at our neit c'Hisi to be held for the county
of Merkleiihurc, at the court-hoiwe In Charlotte,
on the fourth Monday in February next, and the
and there plead or demur, or judgment will bo
entered according to the plaintilFa demand.
fly order of eotirt.
TtfcUISAAC-ALHXAXDEIl, eH, f
Pnoe adv. 2. i94
State of Xortli-Carolina,
SfPF.KIOH Couit of Uw, October Temv
1821., Flirt ItevingTS ti. Himeon l!Tin(ri
p.-tilinn for divorce. It apnearirf in U aatiw
faction of the court, that himeon Itrvingt, tl
defcnlant,1t not an inhabitant cf th Mate, it is
therefore onlertd by the court, that publication
he made three mon'thi in the ludvifh htar and
Weitern (Jarolinian, giving notice to Uie defend
ant, that he appear at the next Superior Conrt
of l-aw to bo held fur Lincoln coi'.ntr. at the
ctMirt.hoosc in Lincolnton, on the 4Ui Monday
afier the 4th Monday of Starch next, then and
there to answer, plead, or demur to aaid peti
tion, otherwise it will be taken pro confeato.
and adjudged accordingly. Witneaa, Lawaon
Henderson, clerk of aaid court, at office, the
4th Monday after the 4th Monday of September,
Aril. and trrtusmh-yeatrMUeJi4eon-;
dence of the United State.
.-3mt9ie, ifA.w'N: iienherson.
he believed (hot the practke degraded the
breed ofmm:mot tban it impioved that
-The Iessrs. Schuylers, of Tinyi have
in their possession a Pig, r.f the eim
breedr three years old, whirh veiliK
int tre hundred' and thirtu-lv.'0 fionntts '
He measures nine foet in feiiRth, two feet
five inches aerosvtheback, nd round the
girth seven feet two inches i- If.not-iojd
This winter, ib fiig will-lte J,en4 tfttKC5fc
Voik in the. spring. A evYork V.
.-'. - """"" "
The President -nno 'Directors rf ine
Rank of the United States on the 5?h insf .
declared a dividend cf two and a. Itti 'J fier
cent, on the capital "sto V for the Ul i
Stute of North-Carolina, , :
TN Equity, October term, 1828 1 James BalrH,
aTWttrrWssMngtorT Haird by hi guaf
dian Jamea Haird, tVilliam Crook and Rebecoa
his wife, John Agnew and Catharine hia wife,
Jamei Thompson and Margaret hia wife, Join
Steel; William Fullerton and Catharine his wife,
James Steel and Jane Steel, -rfnJJane Trip
lot, Thomas Steel an infant under the age of
twenty-one years, Thomas and John Haird in.
fanta under the ag of twenty-ono venr Wil-
estate. It appearing to the satisfaction of the
court, that the defendant in this case are citi
zens of another a'ate, it is therefore ordeVetf,"
'eefiif ?lvWM IVesfcrrr ralraiaiiri'oraaid de
fendants to appcarat our next Court of Equity, to
be hell the'counTyof 'UaWinrat'it.eTtmrt
liotiat SaTTahjhryf w.lh ectmd llofSf " ;Gfee,,;
the fourth Monday in March next, i.nd plead, an
swer or demur to said petition, otherwise itiB
he taken pro cohfeaso, anJhesid ex parte.
, C.EO.JJ.()OJCF-, C.M.E.
Orfi'aS, 1S: (rao A. i TS-J SnlP