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AtLCtMBM ! tWir Mock frm tkrir in
The celebrated American Jack
THE proptfijr of Jft J.
atftJ at Um abacnby tlablf , tn Irrdell
etMMy, 4 ftMWa aortk rf Crntr Mmr Hw,
itulrt bVmi feVattWi fori, awl 1 'lrf from
. iUletrtllftc lb intKnl, and CbaHotlt
fttd; tt rtwfnf ftcftjon, ftowfwwwf t
Of Haeh.AJ 0n ituf MTlioaj of towirtry,
4ia( to raW Main from Um kl Jack Ut lU
C4, ia new km aa eoflamtj f" toing an,
ftnin the ftSHTft to Do" rirrw, at b h
confrtaadly tb bt aaiiu) af tk kind iq Nonh
.. Caivlta. , fUndbillt will woo b iaml,itatin
tcnastxe. JOSEPH BVtUJr.
r. 21. 1827.
.'Uonse of BnttTifdnrntnt.
mnOMA4 HOLMES rMpeetftiny ao.
JL attaint bia frieiMK ami th publw
at laixe. thai he baa renovra from tne
4 Utf lr occuoled. bark 10 the' one
M tk vmoaitr aula of t ha -"tret t, m vktca M
lanxHy. kept. ft hH t. Fjttrniifml, but
tuc& baa lur a number of yean been occulted
by ike Printing; Office abcre be ia prepared to
TRAVELLERS and BOARDERS;
nd boet he will be able to give the tame tat
fc&ction he bu done for twrnty yean p.t,
Travellera are partieukirry invited to. calf at hia
11 ln.i 1 Oaarn th arMr kr at real, and tb
v cTaAMftry, ft. C Aft'y. 30. 1 STT. 43
$ai tf VariA-CaTtlia, Urman nunty i
VrOVEMBERetaionaim6i Nancy Becman,
4.1 Widow of WUI'iam Beeman, rt. Jamea
Solemaa and Rebecca hi wife. Temperance,
fimily, Jamea, Wllborne, Lory, Irena, Itichmond,
Rftncy and WUliam Beeman : Petition for dow
e r. fn tbia caae, it appearing to tbe tatitfaction
f the court, that the defendant, Jamet lioleman,
ad Rebecca hia wife, are not inhabitant! of
thift lUtft, it ia therefore ordered, that publica
tion be made in the Wratern Carolinian for ais
eeki that unlet the defendanta appear at
tbe neat Court of Pleat and Q urter Seniont to
be held for tbe county of Rowaa at the court
. botue ia Sanabory, on the 3d Monday of May
next, and antwer tne aaid petition, the thme
ill be take for eonleated, and beard tx parte.
BUS JOHN GILES, Clerk.
lOUKr of pleas and quarter fteationt 1 Feb-
J ruary teiro, 1827: Richard Gentry tit.
Leander S. Bray t oririnal attachment. It an.
pearinr to the court that th defendant,
Xcander 8. Bray, it not an inhabitant of thia
etate it la thererbre ordered, that publication be
made for six week in the Wettern Carolinian,
fbr aaid defendant to apnear at our nest coun
' ty court, on tbe second Monday after the 4th
Monday .of April net .and ftpjeyy, put in bail,
and plead r demnr otherwitc iudg'menL. wUi
,r': Test : T CALLOWAY, c. c. c.
State tfNartK-Vartlina, i'abamtt owntl t
ptOUH r of Pleas and Quarter Seviom, Jan-
J .uary aeation, raulBarnnger iti Asa
Thompson 1 Judicial attachment, Volentine Yg.
rert, John- Ratver, and othert,, summoned an
garnishee. It appearing f the tatisfnetion of
tli court, tnat thtuderdt. in thia case it not an
inhabitant of tbia state 1 "ordered, therefore, that
publication be made iii weekt in the Wettern
Carolinian, notifying .aid defendant, that unlets
be apptar at Omr next court of pleat and quarter
Seaion, to be held for aaid county at the court
bouse in Concord, on the third Monday of April
next, then and there replevy, plead or demur,
JiidgmeiHlnl will be taken againat him accor
(hng to plaifltuls demand. 6t56 ' v
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" Itlovc'lftwMtatOkiAft laa '
(Xi ! iM tnfcm art Ii(fittf
la loal W't fmar aWtn f
M tWi fcWt tkmi 'ftak m;
Axi W mi4 ri lUUl Ml f VxMft,
MkvfinnMMf frirtvjt fork
1 ben imt b it VmI ta bloom.
Lot ia fto aalf rirf tapour
TUi kufM kb iU Ubai apaiki
Lo t ao IraoaicM Upr
TXt Kej aft kour taj Iratrt ( Jak "
lUit Ckr tb Lmp dtal ftannrtb
rb ftnUMl hoiM bfH-' 1I4 tno,
Lort aacri rmJrx citarwrtti,
ben all tltr it diiUktlnv.
The dreta of t e Spamah lad, it
remarkably elegant, and geotralfy
adoros 1 tiry perfict thape. HUck
il tbe univenl color, ami the robe- it
most tastefully .worked and vndykrd.
A inAoiilla, or veil of btjck silk or
lace, and aomettmet 'm bjte Lee, ta
thrown over the bead, and leaving the
face uncovered, falls gnctfolly ocr
the head and abouMeri, and ta con
fined at the waiatby the rm of tbe
wearer. They are both expensive and
particular in drcai'tQg their feet with
Beaineaa and their little abotfa fit cl
lv Tbe large black"' yej the tf ark
expressive glaocr the loft hlood-iib-
ged olive vf the glowing complexion,
make the unwilling Lneltsfiman con
fesa the majesty of Spaoish. beauty,
and he feels that tho' the soft blue eye,
and delicate loveliness of his own
leeimga ot loteresf,' he would deny or
ditpute, in Min, the commanding ay
periority of theae d-rkryed and fine
t ton rat vtw.roac K.ianita.
farAon. There are aiomenti of
reflection which preia upon ui in the
midst of gaiety, and they some timet
bring with them admonitory lessons.
ur a .
e were seated in a corner of the
room, at the Bachelors' Ball, wat h
iog the ladies as they promer.adcd,
and passed a merited eulogiura on the
neatneis of their drew, the propriety
ana rooqesty oi deportment, and their
whole appearance. "They are very
well," said a friend of the Aowf ton,
near me, "but they are not the fash
ion of our city clever girls enough
daughters f worthy tradera and in
dujtrious mechanics j but they have
not the 11 entree" into fasionable soci
ety they are not known bevnd
Trtiif itui, j 4.cnaiQ A" wjpie
tcatt W0. " If it is wealth, theri!
are six young ladies whose fathers can
each draw a check for glOO.OOO,
which ahall be honored." " iMav be
so but --they wear pepper-and-salt
coatees, with lime on them dine at
half past one, and keep no carriage.
Thus we sum up the attributes of
what is called fashionable Jife,. The
ldy, though the ta handsome, intelli
gent, rich and respectable, cannot be
voted fashionable, until some nriestess
at the shrine places-her among theje-
mawa, or iiac dafid declare! that
(kr iff ktfilitti"
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citWft'unbl iHir crdr 1 bai
!xtJ er Jfi, ifa I
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riJuglM 4df4 lath dlKflam-
i'ir7tnlUr. Htirfahaiift CftU
tn fihiv7 UaoVm 0 Uiu, iff
tprg rroftvboaMftl UUft Aa4 ItJaM;
MUM.rpi!tri bat 0Mm4Uttw
hr-fe , fl r . , . j . mitt
ltm iKt Liom i' ihi top U tH l4.1i
f.. .,T utfifl Af rJ'in' thritftMt
I- tSi.'.f itltlAaiJ fomaitllof
iHr-no 'iMlr their o(iffhi, Hfy ! ChimbtrUrot rttf4 to tkt
ptt W o- tkt 10 of tin MJff,!thAfifj byUforIf hSifUJ, tb ii
rd Uf nan r Aard. Fr
tKii i, 0m f t rrttla of f
MU4 (4 Nf Y-fl iu b poof
erratum. A (rct ait f a (
ir put (bn, a4 ftmall nia yoa
cm ictcr mkc (real. I If, b
t e t ijift! ma ivcUiaf hianrlr
Inlrt Imrwiff anrr. (ui aflraoniU ta
IctJ tnc htbiom, t ctoftot but iair
hich gtycft bis bil fht plM IO fto.
I L0VUM bttlTATIOXX
A tftrffmii writrr ioformt o.
iKaC in tbe KafttiftK laaruigt ill tbi
worrla of ftm.air ara TriJ fron
tbe Gcrmia'i lod tbe vordt of luio
ry, tni ihow 4 dud 4 ib Ubie,
frum tbe Fre i -..ab ky, tbt eaxib.
the cleoeotta tie namei of riali,
KtMtacboId 'KJi. od rtc!l of -food
ii ibeii are iae iini in Ccrmaa
in Enjlitb t tbe faihioo ia drett. tod
erety tbing br!ogio to tbe kitchen,
luiurr. omimttti, are ukeo from the
Frrfxh f'ftftd i mke a de jrce of ex
rtmat that the ramrt of animaJa
which ame for the ordinary food of
man, iucb.A ao till ahcep,
whro alive, are U cited tbe tame 10
Knglt'h at in Or man, but heo thry
m a ft t
1 'c rrreu up lor tnc table, trter
chani' tbrlr i.imri, ire called beef.
rel ad mu'too, after the French.
Lo'tJi pifHT. Io reference to the
cunouft infttrraatioo fjtven ta the fore,
going p ragraph, it is not inapproprt.
ate o a. Id, that the word Kalj signi.
Ret veai ia all tht northern languages.
We s ite inis 00 the authority of VL
laire. who, in hit Historic de L'm.
pire de Rasie ioui Picrrf le Grand,"
sii, Kalf tig ifics veau Atnr mu
tcs Irs Ltogues du Nord. page 225.
jr.irfl or Htuoioy.
The pruspecu of the church ia our
land are peculiarly farurable at the
present time. No year, perhaps,
since jhe settlement, of ..rur country.
has emme"nc ed witbao many, reviyali
of religion. These. are not. conhnrd
to ne stste or district. ' In almost
every part of our land, God is raising
up pious men m the spot, to elevate
the standard of morals, and Christian
activity f and thus is kindling light!
here and thrt ' ovrr our extended
to burn brighter, and to increase until
our wh"!r land, and the hearta f all
its inhabitants, are enlightened and
purified by the holy influences of his
spirit. Mutionaru Heruld.
raox rai tcmsiTS crrv itb.
Who ii it toih from morn to night.
Impairing bit intellect and tight.
That other may obtain dalightf
Who foremost stands in Virtue's cause,
Maintaining: Liberty and the Laws,
And who dwdaint all vain applause
Who Sat that spread h weekly sfeeetr
With newt and politics fill'd complete, '
To every nan an ample treat t
Who at the tote must constant stand,
With face dtmure, and eon'wienca bland.
Setting hia tve with steady hand ?
" ' ' The Printer.
Who tver ersves tfie "loves and fisbe,,
. But oft receives Wi empty dishes, .
A compound of flood" snd bad wishes f
,,Then, reader, pay bim UJ ba.d,
.. no, puitctual, furoitnet the itews,
You never should your aid refuse
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at f.w4M hmtk lkatt Mtttl kit tafc-;
HUfknu VmSovat wkrahil auMwamatj
A thole, MlIectlM i VUI la t i ts I ,
Bt mm ta lot, fnrW tht wSale'vU ta, t
' Bella n't hh I,um r aa, vatl Wftriaoa ta ilea ;
a.klchihcfa,i4ntarlarftaaa . '
waat.iun tnvB, ut kmftl fclai J Um el, rk,
faraaaa ln haraala -aitli HI, fra. ' '
Ambition's monstrous stomach does increase
By eating j and it fears to starve unless
it tt ill atay feed and all it aees devour, fpowT.
Ambition ia not tifi with toil not cjey'd titfi
I x . I ...... j L .
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iii fth.'.l ttr from ft!iif
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b't a4 lU til Hl.(M
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VWi tl ..s .Kfttjo.
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lmpHftt WiImiI t tJ HJ of f
tfumdl ttftlM COfftDf lftM fttwrfll
'iretAMrf iiH 0 ftU
U bi rcf to lairoaact w
bo va ipcaJiaf oa otjr it ftu
Houm. Tb tlljnt colofttl eootcnud
to 4opt but it m to divt oolf to
diM while hit uatxidlcd bofMI HI
tO ICCOfSDlltb US Of kllff ftVllf 01
I kit Joumry by ight-fH. Fit div
'liftfd tbii lourU to produce Uc
j loog aid M?py uoioo wnun iwiiw
lowca IRC fcrt mcciiftf j aauiuai ii
Uchnrnt of tbe pirtieif for th to.
I aiooured ctOf I, mWag auiy lor uii
I a . a. a, I
lime ooly, 10 yield to lore, pcraitua
i iHe iu to let oJ riw poo bia,
, lb ut of CblbriyOf , Tbf Cft.
'tutor ctcbioc ine coloocl departed.
tuHhiog lnh," i icctpt tht.lind
Udd'tBg ofJ.il hotpiuble host to cill
ags'iB, Tbe marriage took place about
1760, At the white hoate ia the county
of New Kent. CliiV BrtoUedieiu.
Tbe Its!ins, of both icxei and of
all classes, are extravagwwlf food of
jewelry t finger-r o js, bracelets, oeck
laces, and pendants. Immeose qiuo
titicsi of these armies arc rvd at Ge.
ob, Legriora,' Florence, and t other
great towns, tveo a pesunt gtrl
sometimes has gold ornaments about
her person to the value of 3000,
'They frequenUy dciund Iron oue
generation to another, constituting tbe
only dowry, and often the oolr prop
erty.. I have teen females begging
with knbs in their eart. Nothing it
more common than to aee a cachmaa
i t a servant, with two or three heavy
gold ringi upon bt greasy finger. -7
The jeweirv is of the most ihowy but
rich kind 1 andthc peataotry will eon
sent to work hard and live poor for
life, provided they can make a hand
some display of their ornaments on
Jcinvai. Sicknesi is a iort of esr-
ly old Age .itlcacheAja:d3ffidenceic!' jtfor ardent sptriti, and avea
iaouttariyttate.ind inspire! us with'. ?PP Y myfA r w-weaU
the thought of a fuiure, belter jhan a
rhouaand volume! of philosphers and
divinei. It gives io warning a con.
cussioo to those props of our vanity,
strength and youth, that we think of I
foftifying ourselves within when there
I I . I
.Trrj. If vou would be free from tin
fly temptation j he that does not endea
vour to avoid the one cannot expect
Providence to protect him from the
other. If the first sparki of ill were
quenched there would be no flame, for
how can he kill who darei not be an
gry or be an adulterer in act, who
does not transgress in thought how
can he be perjured that fears .an oath ;
who defraud, that does not allow
himself to covet. Palmer t Aphorisms.
Awake my mue, aloud proclaim.
In lyrick verse, tbe deathless fame
Of bonetet tea of every tinct
The bitterest, but the healthiest drink,
That ever cam from herb or tree.
From hill or valley, lake or sea. '
Hail, nature's kind restoring balm !
Which gives to throbbing pulse a calm,
And cheers and cools the burning brain.
And ftieeSthe fimBsand best cpain-V1"
" Dispells tbe elouda, restores the sun, :
j :,:.". in .veins or neaita and joy and peaces :;:
I 1 Till thrlv nl; ncp rnilM. .halt miu"
Hail, kind resfonng boneset tea I
My ardent praise shall be of thee - -And
when tbe poet's course is run,
This strain iball tell what thou but done.:
To him whoshuddereth to sea
Put years in folly ipent ;
To him, indeed, 01 Memory, ... .
.Thou art a demon sent..,, ., t . . .
But he who feareth not to pass
Hit own heart's itrict review,
While rant the sanda bf fife's brief glaas,
8bAU find, ahead ia you.
7t tin's frm a I tr.S pf
f .bwiog iti crtusrata ll.,
fttturf m( Catatts llttr.
It ia tx4 t'Vu!e J by tbcuusg, Hi
thetp! tl, but It ibid IposiUJXoitft
ly by the iamU ivrry year, ia 1I4
noatAof April. U iirgs aatta, afwf
bavtag proMctc j U fraa th toU da
rlflj th winter sttaoo, I h Tsrurt
bo utotiJ li t tifsru.i taUtu
tht a wiib Cars, at4 -4 tba aiiasl
w)tb their ow caatcf arparcL TU
yousf csbmIa yUU tb lMttkaif
amd it III Wat h ii laef tbia i
m4l" UauiiM AegfiU; Tt4 irva
it wbtsraed froai Afrkaj lgrvstrt
of Ana ind abjvt all frost larfja,
U Parala It Is mvU.Uu tha tatst -carpets,
Il is iuppo4d ihat tba
F.agMib ia It vet aid drptived of ril,
(l ii it red, that siorU mitafaanrtr
it Fraoci bu ttftcd a urge q 4iutity of
camels baif ff If vera! leuij aa
tba tcxtura of bU ctxb Cike k prvU
bU thai be prKtiaei the n 4 adopted
ia Ea!aad Tbom who ban uU
! to i.af attar it vitVHU txtactiag
tht oil, bavf ot AUtccedadU ifiafilag
At Routfl If oat bet sue ten!!
mixed with cUtoo, and Itafi made ei
it arc aatuh aofier tha th ordlaary
mi tturea of cotton bjhI wot,
Sornt cimioos art .toakP'f io
Fraace, to improve and eiteid tbia
knocb of Maaofactgre , ' v
. , - aV. Urt sir A '.
AfueJutt ?.--Mr. Joftepb fust
oim, ofSale m baiobj.ioecf a P.fent
lrrm the Covcrneasnt of the United
Htatet," for thttttventioti 'of - - ter
method of making Aqueduct Pipes,
They are made of clay sod buret ia
the tame manner aa brkki the bora 1
miv be from one to iii laches, aad
the joint! from eight to tenfeet in
leogth. These pipes muit poiteii a
great adrantige over wooden pipes,
from their great durability, and over
leadeV or'tron pipes', from tb4 cbcp
nett of the material. ,
I visited few daya alnce," aayt
one of the truster of the Free Schools,
" a family living in a back cellar, xoi
found the mother with aevea childrea
tround her, and waihing, at her cno
sunt employment, to obtain : their
bread. I asked her if she was a wid
ow f " No," taid she,-" I have a hni
band, but he is no help to me. Af
ter lorae further coovenation, I asked
her if she had a Bible I At thia ioqui-'
ry she wept" I had a bible once,
said the, " which cost five dollars, but
I bare no bible now;
told it for rum. He lays bu hand on
Thtng he can nnd in tnc nootr, aoa
a awaaaa a
lm wwLl? a5i
Letret grow greea fa fall,
Florers grow fair to fade,
Froitt grow rip to rot
ID Ii. fn MUM BUL'
8o Joy pstaawsy.
. - a
So do feelings turn
To darkness and decay. "
Tat some leaves never change,
- Some scent outlive their bloo8.
Some fruits delight for yesrs, -Mid
all this death and gloom.
So are there some sweet hope!
Thst linger to the last
Affection that will smile
Even when all else it past.
Only to patient search
Blessings like these are given
When the heart has turned from earth.
And sought for them in Hesrea. i
Pride, ill-nature, and want of inV
are the three great sources of ill bib.
nerst without some one of-these ae
..... ... 'ii
fects, no man will behave himself ill
for wantjof experience or what, in
the langugeof fooU,"ia called knotr
ing the world. . ;
Religion .it the best armour b the
world, but the worst cloak. .
, AcurieJs Tike .atmetliMWuJ.
towards i heaven, and mottTiWyto;rev
a man faithfuls to let ttmMOerttanl"
that you think him ao f . and he that
doea but suspect that I will drve
him, gives me kind; of right to coiea
him. ; . , ':'yrr ' :y
At' Petersburir thet announce the
hour by beating on a suspended plte
of iron, -v. ." 14':..':.,. ...:'..
Perus, an Indian king, lent to A"
gustua a man. without armS who wiw
his feet could bend a bow. and 01s
Green Peai sold ia Charleston, S.
on tha 100, instint, for $1 9ipcr