Tj Q Hp TO 70) TV"
nr vmut iTiirri:.
tlOAf M MrWf I TVa VCrf a ftt.
, A4ra-aws. U 4 at
a M tktm w.ff, OJ ait 4ri
fmtt4- W.II M4 ae ar44
r so ' ii i p u ru amA
MW f f U 4 kli k!y ts
4 M Nra trW4 4 aiiki t t4
f ,. (, (arH at fW Hm r tMauUrfSld M i;4Urt H U laSpOf
a-J .U a b4 Ut k IU f oU
Ar Awy, frttoaettlv (Mats of fteaai
ted it Ii Un iU tkee wae
c4 u ta ft rwr f U Itijnpi
tmtul lU Meiith Olraa'itJ, stwi
It keaJrod ytfn kbrf Ceil. Tl4
l(MkU M.tl lu. tL.l. ..I...
er.uuairw.ii f , g awwW a. AM a seyt further,
ar ris; saiy m sera m pnfctos) ileal iMpfwttt arfr a U twflof
pt. It Ii dclubut ffuil, mhAt'U4b CitjfkTttw iUilwimd
Kirk t mk U rWfM, i4 u
..... .w . u i:.JWikomiMiWtM4lkrtllU
7. r"- ' m imrrvuut ik, lupoid r?a
w tvrw r v, , I of kit r4, kbr iVU
urs to ctr ia ttvi. i uorw ii lM Ud, tictpi kt, tUf tKtY4 m
m. As lot BijTDC f oilrnsia from I Bm kM ltn la (ftl ttriauiloa t
Crff oUrrvrt, thai Ihrrf it ttorfl l"krn4 itkU tk nUt ( rr
u jtai pffftctioo, tad lib tfce iimr, 'Tf " nfcf
tirtliiM a filtU mart afttnilM U wr 0 Art. it ra DO
ht U brgtbi io equl maturity totd, 4W Awhwrd.
r,v. r.... 11. 7i i .r. . . .t Mk for icwrtof rc f anwl
it U proUUa
drtrrnsl UtUti ifT?r n'. i.
Mf Ml ImI cw ( V4t1f
cam i mu kXU4 4
crM powr. u mkif ttm
w4 1 Mi Aulaaa'a UftUtlrrto apt k.
ai auor forh nlmt rrunrat
U favor U li lil. Sta4 ai
kU rapid pritM la ucik 1 !
Ccuaip4U. tW alow. lauJ ttu
M ih au. , ! lU ia!44 of tt i
cootrtm, ii court m iiurUiJ
hy iht mam ( mualc, daoueg, fru
lag m4 rtvttri wU mm4tuly
tmtni UV tt'ith col4 Uwitioya
air, aod laUurd t4 jotUJ covou
aa 1 aJ m attrbdrd mi tha o
biexj by troop ol cook ao4 bacKo
aia, oo4 00 iht tKff by traio of
voutSa tad dtmttU, who dtcr4 tul
ufj, to the aofuat ptuitl loMrv
leota 1 axr ajn vat lnlrmrrart.
3ha vivrd br hand, tod tu ad
drtmd the crowd of diKwi Oif
war, Tt tkkfjr baod of pmnklcras
uqt out to Tit ttn at aopirier
menu is tbc urtKt 01 th jrtt
monarca. An axx I tour parrot?
the author of ) our Ixioif Da aot c
dcrivt the power of ahoruuin ha.
mo lift tlmoit wbollf from mef
Who thro to fit at artctf for thit itn
porunt cflke f Tha rrUtly w.irch
(rioncd a traite of approbtt, pUcrd
t,M. , ( apart Mt aaaw)
.aiS 19 (Oiijur (! If
MMtof At!,Ma, ja IVa-l.Uf
k:f aJvUr, ba!f Utr, oltb a
ffrirtatlaJ miliary aalate, '(od
Meta yrf Kor f Mld tht aaaa.
bM atceat Uirate 4 km t U lrib)
ihiYtitU j ya.wlftoia Viioi
aaoar mi ' MmJ u uap'ala. "Hit
I'ai; ao4 right lure I h$ 19 loow
the aaaa bo urd aar life I nil.
Tfit Ci?aia( aifhlx rralitcd at tbtt
iriatMt M nti mf aucrt beariac
0d kat-arova lat hit head, and
icdhat WUaf "MU(iMour
howof, ad kKig Ufa to you (taid tk
grateful veura 1) aura it waa at New
OrUaea, ha Mtug yyur hoor rua
ay, at hard t your Ur would carry
you fro the Yaalcvt,! futlowcdour
lead, an) raa atf r you out of tht war
wbereVr, oader God. I tared mt life.
Oh! uud luck to Juf hoof , I oetrr
aiU lea;ct il to rou."W;; aif,
IiM Irotl not oolv urtiruva the t-outiv
mm mi inc Karet, oui a urge po. ... , K- f-k4 u
tion of the'wowJ. A few fig buihet irwluted bf tka Mooa, ka tixy held
will tfford enough for a family, lie- powuiea of tb.t Ena countrt; wklcki
fort the ipprpach of frott, nikr tf by crottes, and the efftat of ciinau and
raiV a pertarouod the buih aad cover wJ, kite formed loo'nluabSe rorcti
it w cIX with atrtw: during; tha cold wkUb wtrHoka tatbaotgl- The
weather, the ttraw will keep the tea- Partugwtaa ra b.. Uea georUr coo-
... ... ( t. maa prima wuaitier,
rc, ,V"":ST,ne ,,,uc ,ru' teeBthcewMr,,tMr-r..e..uudin
wut immeuiateiy pegio to grow, and FBct, for, hlth, h j, ,4y,,h B(.
before tha expiratioa of the month of loa rode to eouri. parliament, kc an
Jtme, aoa from tnea to tnt ortt 01 mu$, that were brought from tha idnl
Ottooer, you wiH ba aura to have that My of tka Aipa aaU Prrcnoea. Tkey
McrtJ fruit which our IfeareBlrl" atuall? bUck. of iarre au, oall
father planted in Part di if, as fine u bred from Baa SuuA
k)C Frj 0 JwJ,
ery unit can tt taid of no
. 1 utinuU n (Jri flrtiM. Tbm Catholic
taow raa'ottroa itTTi P'' brouKM oa aumber oauperb
TO PMEsr.MfE B.LUX mule, pnor to the Heiorroaiioaf -aui in
' tVraD tip the mat ia tow, of either I tba rtiipi of Ettabtik ao little wat Known
flat or hemp, after lhaking out thejf b" wriierof that period uya.
loo thiet. aod pack it in a tierce or ""wojr Km -ere proaucec oy
K.r..1 ..V,nW r.r th.iihr h next Jatk brought from hrance, and were
the tie'ree, tod between ever,- piece of "l " lkf W b' P0" w
, ! , , f . , viewed them aa moiiter.
n c... . imc. ay cr wi uw, pu . Tb ,0lKti,r of ,h muie Ut Uc9mt
clotaaspoaiihleitheriietitawjj iaa M prt,rbi4!,; ,ba, , purchaKr uldom
dry cellar or upper room. Tow and jnqgire, hW rany Kivet an account
flax are auch bad canductort of heat, ef one. taken from Grecian hittory, that
lbtt.aj)fKCJl:Kf:-(tkb JireaeneU a I waa.W;Ay tartbAr; and j bough pat la
Icrg time wrapped up in tow. Cut bour rotlgwed when tnit were carrying
ttrtjr antwert extremely well to keep material to build the temple of Mmtn
hami in. Aahfa are attt la cotnmun -J Aineni, boo aceanea io wrn io aaaiti
MiMWintrtniiiMf. , I them 1 which o pleated the people b
i.iey ortiereo ne tnoum nare rrer cgrt
. 1 W 4TV
nnBtr mo tne enin maraei- nr. iteet menttoot
To rffret a more compete tavino' of 'bat were anmry yrr old in Kng
tor. it would he well if milli were I Mw nT"lt ln Weal IndietJ
atuUliiUcdiu criod the cob with thai?. rhrm h" "k in
corn. The practice of grinding Indi
an Corn in the cob to powder for the
purpose of hones' feed, ia now com
tnoa with our German farming- fellow
citizens. 1 hose industrious men are
errr attentive to the health and gener
al welfare of their farm stock, and read
ily adopt my measure calculated to pro
mote either tbiecti and as they are
convinced of the nourishing quality of
the cob, and the economy of the prac
tice of using it as an article of food,
they have encooraged'the general erec
tion of the necessary apparatus in the
mills in their different settlements.
Indian corn is of itself too nouris
f I mm IhM . . I f i .1AM. .
WU IUI IIUICB IUU It ICU tUWUK, .
sufficient quantity cannot be given to
them to produce the stimulus of dis
tension (which is as necessary for a
workings horse, or even - to man, as
nourishment) without great expense,
and at the tame time endangering the
health of the animal. - Corn meal is
!w;wfore:ed with a portion of ut
atra v and coarsely aground . rye or,
aborts, and in Pennsylvania constitutes.
thc daily food of that "fine body "of
yraugnt norses tnatoo so mucn creait
to the industrious farmers of that state.
onmcTor life xwt xrci m-
cur f - ' w - d di aud p
A aed Atnd rought eath ease tin
-klt - IV k- rv4p. .. and ag
H. Tbe trcood or middle line ilioulJ be
Mad with the first or third.
that hit owneratturad me wat fort taart
old. a. w. roMxaor
rioa rai wiramToa tinm
Hfirech of ah Indian Chief, t'Ho at fitted in
Brothers! M'Intosh it dead. He
broke the law of the nation" the law
which he made himself. Hit fare wat
turned to the white men. who wish to
take our lands from us. His back wat to
hit own people : his ear wat thut to tn
cries of our women- and- children. Hit
heart was ettraneed from us.' The
words of his talk wera deceitful; they
came to ut like the sickly breeze that
diet over the marsh of tbe great river
t he Great Spirit turntd away hit face
from" hTrrTrTIofeiri)ythff hands of TTd
men, at bis own place, in the tight of hit
women and children. The ulte men
who joined him fell alto with him.
13i others I M'Intosh was brave the
deedt of hit youth were mighty ; but hit
heart became changed t he apoke toe
words of deceitfulnets. Ha deceived us,
and we stew him. The land la-red. with
his bloodarid : with ; tba blood of his
friends - Our- enjreance II tatitfied .
We burv the hatchet of rave rice.' Lei lis
obey" tit? Great Splritrihat be may lead
his children w the path of their '-w andef
. , . HOT WORK.
A western paper says, thst in Htrki-
met- villager app'
trees during the late hot weatner, wun
one side of them rooted by the tun. almost
to a pulp; 'This hardly cornetup"tO
hoiling eggt, in the sun ! " ,
l Tf.ntoM or jrMicx
.. Tho I'g agitated questia of the
terminaUa of tha Niger aermt to br
cow settle I bcyoad doubt. Tbe hy
polhcais fiat maiotained, we believe,
by the Gerrio gtwgrspber Kithan4,
afterwards ccwinteoarrced by Malte
HnM, ml mfpA rted SlJk gra imm.
nuity and retftrcV by Jlr. wH'Queea),
in a work publifheu a.few yrirt agu
at Edinburg, that the waters of the
Niger are discharged Snjo the Gulph
of Guinea, by the Bights of Ueoin
and uufn, or one of those channrU,
it ttid to be fully ettabtithed by the
teatimooy of Messrs. Dedham and
Clappertoo, who have lately returned
to England. We published three or
four years ago an analysis of the prin
cipal arguments of Mr. M'Qucrn io
support of his hypothesis, which srem
ta leave but a shadow of doubt on the
question. It was undoubtedly under
this, impression that the late Mr. Ilcl-
was on the point of carrying into eIcct
hen h died.
"Jfe'ssri. Dedhhrn rahd" nappertnn,'
began their vovage in the year 182!,
ad after apeodibg three whole ycara
in the interior of Africa, arrived at
Tripoli in January last. The English
Consul at Tripoli, celebrated their ar
rival by a splendid fete. Two of
their party, Mr. Oudney and Mr.
Toule, died in Africa. They left
Mr,' Tyrwhit at Borriou in the capa
city of Lngliah Consul, and Air.
M'Laing was left to descend the river
from -Tombuctoo to Benin, .where it
is hoped he will arrive in the Spring
of 1826. Boston Daily Advertiser.
aw rust's vl u.rcat.
II W ike rsnk ikal, bit a kind mmUt,
! o l Mir Uk, m4 tosuiot as
wtro Una. U ikis W, M tk
tlemeota 'around as, tktt Is nr found
at lMr ta mia. ' The body of whirrs
df Kite him Uk sapprM kim Mk
kail. ! dfoon kim'ouh laundai to i
tka air ruthes on In ttormt, prepartt tk
lameai.of ligMsnpike otfno but Ike
nt, gtatle and indul;mi, aar ubtr
Ual to the m: of mu. tprdt kis
wilkt wrb ftot'. aod kit tWa wlik
ptfblfl rrtams l'h inVrtst titty ftd
comnfltied to hit tareiaM thwfH 4kt"
prod ik rt tke rfiin, ske il pplir
(he tn'ldu r th.nli ra'y.rrMr4 muri
It fi Ihe luxnr f man, tMn Mil ne
(ttJiirt, vet. een 10 tht Lt. she contin-
u hrr kind mlul(efM.c. and when life
tt oer. ske pUnsJy tides kit fatnasns io
thjWs. t k4 atrU.t. CmMr -
gfost AtoiUearUt Mls 1 1 1
vi aK I'.uat l4Mt4 4-1 t aV
CUit mmtt l-Milts I I ! 4. kla.'.rw
axf CaytHH llrt 1 im si.ti titrf
ktli f - k'f d. I Jw4
U. WaiiAfHiM n4 lUtW t ht if !
Vim 4a f a fatwa tM ,tU iJw -
0m' . t 1'. ..1 i A. - - -
do. Hkip rau4 Atrtcal. da.1 too1
tMtnnn rlV-f d. I 49o tU. i'.-Kl
CVgn4. kc, kf vin'i 4loodi Js,
an4t( all tires t laoo d drvrr.t
and eoifrtfJoe t' tHoo tattlet l 4.
rfruttUis pockrnf lils. at1 'ifl
M. arid batiks, f t 4opfrt
do lliurt bnit, stsorud f
do. tBlrl wier k4iWt I to do.
tf bottlsst f do. dcmJmdat, diffa r
W Mk ar 4 wkrt Uh Wsm 0 J W k
U atWuteml s4 iko fwWbkAa aod Ktm.
r tk r-ris Md Uy sd wt
rrouif T, w, iiiiirT.
Mtj roPMlMl roihtiiavrol MJ fui !, kv
thm k-t T. , Jht Vf lK yir, eJl
I. K-rt ih lUti J turbid.
I, ITT I. CVxf
Tkc Detroit rrld ica thai a ves
tal arrived tbare from Mkinsc', July
IS, wills a cargo of fur and sundries, es
timated to be worth 5 70,ik dollars
The island of M ic t ilimack in t, common
ol ike tame name, about three hundred
milet abw Detnit, Is the seal of lha fur
irvde. 1 he outfits of Roods and provis
ions are nude at thia ivlsnd. and the fur
and peltries received of the Indians io ei
chsnpe are brought here. 1 he Ameii
cn Fur Company employs a very lr(e
capital in this trdr. I he whole north
aviem reirion ef the Uoion sends fu
10 the grand depository at Mackrr.ac
where tha packs are mde up for New
tort, Indon, Hamburg, feiin, He
Thit WanweomrMwda o watar eommuf
cation with alful every portion of uuu
try where peltries can. be obtained
" Nn roi on rtie elobe' tavt a writer in
the Herald u situated so far from the te
jrrrTrn rt.trrrit rt.rrtr.
UM owwr.sDr i bf iir. h tuh, ih- r. a.
rkiMk. vt ik BMMt rotwsl of tka Ut.
11... I'la' CiMS) ta br il ka4UUi arTxtg
It a anrr.aml At rwwity o iar1eri'ai
wlrr't. tl Wrt, kimivkK tiWt !tlirV. mriluhm
k-tcU, abiir fcUif raMcrr. ora bf,.
Wi Irf , Ii it kra .. (Vint, eiti, bfUt1, SrSs
Sitn. tMlrrpr, nf lha rtrf-nr yrtin ia ike
kTS.. ViAlHa of iHr J-nr, tr-rtiis, rit'un.
tiam, rrt, p irx and rknt m ihr bark at
litiii. r . tlx) .uerrilly narj fr.r Ui rure
of rorm. fej fr'i t, ilrvmrif Hir., se, te.
A bill f il m li.ii.i for iniMf it, T.fipn
eal( pt-t nwtl mit 2 einti, ti.US.lt- ln. V)
crn', U-ff il . I tUltar. t JbrJ "(
lc to thr aha ;nirtUaar Io arllfaia.
to at. ak-'lrole snj Mil. at tb m
6ric' tlnif snl t.m U il'i'teine V sr.'i,
Kfl. JJ7 Sih1 110. V 1. romrf ,4" fireomi d
Kara aitri. I'inU.U ri.. a4 r k
eer f rincipal Citv iuiTo tki s"a4t -.Uo
1 iwtii MitV j. nii'7iiy, ipeoi, rrtry.
fJT" Varrrc Vbal rarb fym- Mtrr hst
tka sinaliirc of tlie ole praprielrtr..
r. n: orurr.M A
tiutvaetvsatiieit tJV -a .- , tA la.J
r. - " r. . trn be approached in vessels, boats and
retolved to penetrate Africa Uy eJ fW .-,BU.t.-
of Benin, which resolution he
umrMETHQD of jtiPE.yiS-0 fh wn
A certain farmer a few miles frnm
Boston, who was noted for bringing
the earliest fruit to market, was asked
by what method he contrived to force
his pears and apples, to render them so
fineand meUont,- He. observed . that
his fruit was naturally no earlier than
his nerghbour; but as aoon as it arriv
ed at a certain sge he gathered it, and
atccxxpongjt Jft.thc sun for a da
or two, he placed it betwrm the straw
ml feather, bedsi on w hicb ne nd tti s
wife slept, and in two nights i$ -mt 6t
for the market : perfectly ripe and of
11.. n I , 1,
aeiuious favour, ay mis oea-riaaen
fruit, alone, he has cleared, as he says,
200 m a season. Mirror.
At a late ejection, man was killed in Jones
county. How it happenad, , know not ; but
believe tlbitkey was the proiiroatc eatff 1
Kgvpt contains, according to Volney,
4 pHilauoiKof4Wa.iiilMua.aiVtl thtx.cJhu'i
dred thousand; and I) Anville estimates
the land capable of tilLe at two thouiud
square leanurs. The lempcra'ure varies
according to Fahrenheit from 50 to 80 dee
the hot season commences m March
and ends in September. The present Pa
cha, who has given such an impetus to bis
province, and drawn out her resources so
extensively, led away by dreams ol person
al aggrandizement,. bat made a common
cauae with the Grand beignor against the
Greeks ( but is he not doing what he is
himself "unconscious of, and that is, pre
purine the way for the emancipation of
his subjects from the Ottoman yoke ? is
he not the pioneer 01 a revolution jn
Egypt-? - He i teaching to his aubjecls
tbe value of thst-own rcsouiccs toculti
vale the erowth of cotton, he has been
employed in the construction of a magni
ficent canal to secure commercial adyan
tages he has established schools on the
Lancasterian principle, and has founded
academics. ; When tjie Egyptians com
bine ainhete adviotaget, 'and learn by
experience how resolutely the Grecians
fight in defence f their - liberty w hen
they tee tn example of successful strug
gle brought . to J.btiriyery door-who is
orepkred" rcrsay that they will not them
selves follow the Grecian example f " " X.
A man of integrity must be a man
of religious principle j who will retain
his integrity at home and abroad, in
secret and in public, by night and by
day who would be as faithful to his
pfinciplei in '"e"6tidr,iJf,tuVserts-as-before.
the eyes of the. assembled
.irritovr:.ivTtniuoi' r ills,
"liyMICH pre,nl ami cut ill bilimta cms
vf tiltin's. n.il'ftunt (ef - Jic. Ilirwnill
if tlttrlv ail'ninilerXl. iMinteisct tht ru
ar which exMMily (xtor rllow or biliow
fcVcr, ne or fall TcVeW, lutioua cliotin, Jilruri.
, il)wntery. worms, sk ami foul S'onufli,
brail arjir, lo i'f aptirtitcV flailciKr, rpW Mo
vji,iiiicLoiMi-i. AkJ 'ouiVcal coaipuinU, .jyr
tunmrli, lira-t born, drtprpait or in'tf r-ioti.
8m:.' TheV mpnre'liakitiul coatirtn, eotjt
and ooiir't. tlii'. atranpnary. rrrl, rUu
rhatisni, ijou'. tcur, wni-buGc lplflir, uiipu
htiesin thr blooti female amiplaiittv k'.
If they arc taken a!oui once a foliic'it Jnr.
infc lha (priiif tnl tummcr n.nnths. tkrf a iff
'prwrf er uio preneuUve agaiust the ajfuc and
pre vaihnjr fall tlrknea.
A biH of clirtetion ftr tik'np kem, 'cmp.
mct racb box of fills hmall bnirt, 25 cents,
larrr boiri, ','S9 crjr. JlirfaT afTdarnee mad
Io thoar a ho ptirrhc o aril spiin.
For aalr, almlrasle ami rrtail.t the pro
prirtor'a lintf aid familv Srltciia Hw.lma,.,
No. 1 J7 and 129. N. E. corner of Stmwl ami
Hjice airtrU, I'lulaiU'lphia, ami by bu agvnta.in
every principal city ami town thrmifrhmit the
I ruled State. J. Sturphy, spent, Salnbury.
"f" lake notice, that each box of genuine
1'ILLH s the signature nf the sole proprietor,
T. W. ltYOTl, M. V.
riHlS irwac it mmt eommonlr rpmmnnica.
J led by itilnrioii t il '-ncrlly appears oa ,
wrists, or U rveen the fintrera, afterwards it sf
fectn thr nnn, 'Irr,- Sec. - -1 hesc: puatnltn ar
attended wit'i an intob -ruble itching, especially
alien the nvtieiit is aru in bed or setstiy tho
fiirj wirnetinir, ' indeed, the- akin is covered
with Ure lilotrhas or sr'aha' and oilier ' tirae
vritfrarwhitc xitrrl r scaly emotion. :
For safv'v. plra'STitness, t-xprdition and cer-
tainty of curr, for this niot (li.airrccihR; and
Dr. Dyott Patent Itch Ointment
Is rec-omrm-iidcd tt the rr,ot efl'rcliul remedy.
. . The, above Ointmant is to ce r am in its ope
ration, tbat it ba never faded," ni any one In.
stance, of efFt ctinjr TT cure, though applied to
many: thousand 4. It it frce'fryrn any (ii.viErees-
ble"mef,wl may be used. on the'youngevt in. ,
fant whb Safety.
Fur "sic, yVholr-le and retail.-a he pf r"
ctor'f Drtir and Family Medicine Wreltoue,
No. 137 and 139, N. K. Corner of lecoml and
Knee :'-atfot WriladelpWa;
Agents, and every principal Urujrgist and ven-' .'
tier ol Wrilicine. throughout tlio UiiiVd States.
I'rice fifty cents per box; wjjtb full direction
for u"inp. J, Murphy, agent, Salisbury.
Cx Take notice, that each boa ol tjentnno
Ointment, ha the signature of the sole proprie- '
tor, H'. JiYOTT. M. J).
",,.-..;.. .. - '
Eor tnio at tills Oflke. '