-'f i. ,
SALISBURY, XtiHTB CMOLIXA,
" BY EZRA XUfcMONO.
- - mHJS elegnnt establishment, aituated
tfcfl 1 at the north corner of the Court
JU JLtl(HlSt been recently repaired and
fitted up in a new ami superior Style,- for the re
ception of Company. The grene 5na have
ibech, taken to procure for this establMiment
tiew. furniture of every description, neCetssry
Tor ti(e comfort of Travellers; the most ap.
proved Wvants hve been t elected witl frea.
care 1 , the bar atocked wfth thoiee liquors, and
the stables attended by obiicfrcr and attentive
lIeTrbenR)nvenience-tl thirsituatSon- is 4-
eanal to tnv in tbenlace, - The house contains
a number of fiTinTeTmtr,ndint hlrar wall
and Boarders. "Attached i which, there 4a
Dry Goodt and Book Store.
. To those Vho may folease fo eal) on him, he
assures them that no rttina will be pare! to
;i tender tbeur sUytininftJe antfWtop
Salltburtf, Stfit 17 MM 82
liAV AW.VVR WOTRii,
HAT sV&ZET, '
' FA JETTE VI 1. 1. F, XORTH TjROLW.t. .
'i A - 1TAS taken the idfove Stand recently
WjB II occupied by Mr. VVm. Iracv, and
, a respectfully solicits a share of public pat
ron the conducting of this Establishment w
placed under the superintendence ami tontroul
' father and Mother.
.l Who 'm il endeavor to (five general satisfaction.
The Hotel H 7n a "central situation, tpac?ond
. well furnished, .....'
He deems tt unnecessary To eipatiate upon
the various inducements which this lloure pre
sents to Travellers, or to make a profession f
extraordinary merit on the occasion.
v TorBordert or Tnvtikrt who wish to be re-
tired, there u a House detched from the Hotel
not far from the seafof bunet and contiguous
.to the Court House, which snows comfortable
tnd pleasant Lodging; Rooms,
A Bathtnf Uontt is attached tor the premises;
where a Cold or Warm Baft will be fumi.lutd
cn short notice. - U. C
----fc TV,11E subscriber hasreme-ved from the
"I Ml' house formerly owned by Cant
Ritert Wirki, ileeM.' to the house lately
occupied by Mr. David rorter, in the east end
of the town i where he will continue his 7'. IK.
SX-He sincerely thanks his friends and
the public fur the patronage heretofore esten
-"-."-ded to him 5 and he solicits the cootiottaoce of
... tie pledges his unremitting attention to his
busiuess, a nu kindnris to those who msy be
pleased to call upon him. 12 1
JStatennOe, IreJrtl c. X. C. April U. 1828.
Pannel Gij;, an tl Jersey Wagon
TCOK tale, afirst rate Pan
M. nel Ctig and Jersey
'Waeon: they will be dis-
I posed of on reasonable
terms.' Apply at the subcriber' coach ami pg
manufactory, eoe door east of the jail, on Main
afreet"-'? - VSTHAV HBrtlVV.
TTRIDEH & BOWERS tefnect-
lv fully Inform the citirens of
Halubury and its vtcimty, that they
Butchering Bminesit ;
nd will offer HF.F.F at the Market-House in
6alwbury, on TncvUif, Thuruk, and .VuMifuj
tnominrs in each week, the balance of the sea-
- sonr their Beef It as Rood as can be procured
- - from the maintains i and will be sold at the fol
loulnf prices' ' " 4 -'
3 -cents fr li, for. fore.uarter i ... ..
3 cents " for hind-miartert 0r
4 Cchts " " " for choice pieces, withotrt
neeli or shank, ...
We invite the public to call and see for them
selves j and if tbey find the Itecf satisfactory,
We solicit their pairopajre, ami pledge our brat
exertions to deserve it. KRIDKIt k IIOWKHS.
SaUtbury, Jutirt. 4, 1823. 26
N. B. A first rate yoke of steers for sale : in
quire as above. K. k tt.
Votlce to Tanucrs.
THR subscriber nt7er for sale,
the "valuable' property ln the
town of Charlotte, lately belonjring
to tr. AU n l.atilwin. This prop
erty includes about 60 town kits, on a part of
which are improvements via : A valuable Tan
twry, including ill the necessary buil.linp kt.
and a patent Bsrk-Mill t alio, a fowl dwelling,
house, with the necessary out-houses. The Uml
Is all under cultivation, and well fenced. Any
Ecrsnn wishing; to purchase, can learn the terms
y calling; on the sutrcriber, living1 in Cabarrus
county, on TtufTalo creek j or on air. W illiam
Smith, livinr in Charlotte.
Cahamt rmmln, Mnx, 22, H2. lTtf
wNWWs tvru Lanta.
W. valuable MiHt am Lan.U
I . formerly the property of Gen.
are ottered for aale
purchasers. Iliis land
, lira on Ihitrhmsn's creek, 4 miles easTdf MoCk
Title, adjoining the Giles Mumford tract, and is
equal to any land in Moan county, with a large
proportion of superior meadow i the Mills ate
i of superior construction, and have now a very
- good and increasing run of euetom i the water,
power esn very conveniently be made to drive
- -wnvklndof Machinery. For other particulars.
and term, apply to Thomas D. Gibbs, one of
JML propnctflTS, on the premises.
I6tr THOMAS D. GinBS.
. JOSEPH IfANFs,
M -....x,.,, .,Avwtw, .PI'ER SANER, ,
jACOh1 SANER,- '
JUow 1828. ' MARTIN SANER.
"N.-H,' Awtbet4rMir belonging to PeUr
i .l. . : . : on,
ner, BlJoining ine bootc, tomiunnr .j crcm,
will be sold in connexion with the above, ortep.
"aril f j u may best suh the purchaser! which
is likewise first rate land.
Jit, will be sold, a lot adjoining the town of
Mm ksville, containing ten acres vf land, with a
good dwelling-bouse, with out-houses, and an
esceltent Krlen i this pMperty will be wild
Tow, o t ccotnmodsug terms. Apply u above.
! f 1 1 1 1 "sner, dec d.
ff Sixt iub'eriber bavinir qttalitled as Executor
1 to the Kit will and testament of Dr. Kobt.
Moore; decehsedj requests all persons indebted,
either by hoie 0? book account, tij the estate, to
make immediate payment those who fail to
avail themselves of this otice, need not expect
induljrence. Cretlitors" Inurt make known their
claims In due form, within the time, prescribed
bv law, otherwise this notice will be plead In bar
of recovery. EHKNEEU MOOilE, Executor.
Ho-won etuntg, 1it!f. 23, Jam. .t Jut
1TTILI. be suLLon Thursday, the 18th dy
Dr. Robert Moore, dee'd. In the Jersey settle-1
wopejttyr beumctuie to 4 , estate of the uecca-
sed,-consisting -of-- - --. CZ':
Medicines tnd Still and Tubes,
hop. Furniture, .,,'' Wheat,- - :
OsHk-- , .
FarminB VttnlsUssbme-.-lwtt' siwiOry
Amonjf toe Horses, i the Celebrated Stud
Horse .'rsiwsjfi now T years old, -one of tlie
best blooded and finest young Horses in the
Western part of the State also, some thorough
bred brood Mares i and Some of the Sheep are
of a choice breed of Merinos.
On the same day, will be sold a valuable
tract of Land, coinprisinr upwards of 100 acres.
adiainini? James Ellis, fwct. Holt. Kbenercr
Moore, James Viemnn, and James Smith.
The sale will be continue'd from day to day,
till the property is disposed of.
A -credit of 12 months will be given, 6n re
ceiying bond and approved security from the
purchaser. Other particulars will be made
krrawn on tie day of snle,
F.BKNEZt'U MOORFm WmV.
nan tuHiu,Jvir.2!i,h,KH. 3t.H
T.siftle of Cant. D Cragc
Tl A1VG qualified at Noveniber court last,
11m administrators on the esta'e or cpt.
Oayul raiire, late of Ri wan countv, dre'd. we
drsire sll persons indebted to said debased, to
.IliVKC ljrim-l mm IIIIC lltWf M ,
tnd all perwns having cltima agaimt the estate,
to present them, legally attested, within the
time prescribed by set of assembly, otherwise
TtiaTttOttcewiIt-ptcw in br wtwirTec.oveTyi;
3mt37 THOS. f:HAIGK.
. . ....... . ...... . JtOUT. S. CRA1CE.
Jiih 15, 182S. Mmimitrntari.
THE Subscriber has just returned from the
North, with ns roo1 an asortmr nt of
Jewelry, Wtttchrn, Sihrr-Ware, j?r.
ss was ever -offered frle in this -.place v Ws
Jeaelry is bf the latest Importations, and the
most fashionable and elefrant kimls to be had in
any of the Northern Cities : elegant tiold ami
Silver WflffAM; plain Do. t Sic. tec, And in a
few dava, he will receive a very elegant assort
ment of Military Condi. Also, all kinds of A7-trr-lfor,
kept constantly on hand, or made to
order on short notice. All of which will be sold
lower thsu such goods were ever disposed of
before in this place.
The public are respectfully invited to can and
examine these goods; their richws elegance,
and cheapness, cannot fail of pleasing thoee w ho
w ish to buy.
'"" AH kind's of ff alchtt ff-Wu'rnf, and wxrraiitfd
to keep time : the shop i two doors below the
court-house, on Main-stfeet.
.. ... ..ROBERT WYNNE
SaUtbury, Ma 26, 18:8."' " 17 '
To le XOTTOX TUwtefft.
THE subscriber hS been engsed in the
manufacture of COIVOA CIXS. for
many years ; he has travelled, within a few years,
throiifrh thestatttf of 8. C. Alal., Geor.. ami
Miwieippi, for the puppo -of-improiig him.
self in the principles snd constniction of these
useful mscltinea i from ltis enlarged experience
J in this busines, he feels some confidence in pre-
he feel asmired, that by comlining the Utc. im
Brovements in Cor on Gins with s recent ira.
pro'vement of his own, he can nuke Gins pick
from a '1-4 rn 1-3 fter than the cummnii Gins,
and at. the same time to moat, in s superior
manner : the? improvements can be put upon
the common Gin in an tfTeciuil manner, inas
much as they appertain mustly to the bruit of
He will repair, or make Gins to order, at s
For reference ss to the plan ami execution of
his work he would refer to Jrsle Ilargiave, of
Lexington, Anieron Ellis, rf the Jersey Settle
ment, and -Michael Brown, of ialwbury. -. He
has on hand, and fur sale, when finished, five
or six excellent Gins. 6(32
HENRY A. CMNGAMON.
1 tringlon, .Input, 1828.
ConmUtei to Ue 3a
OF Wilkes county, a negro Hoy, who says his
name ia Bll.l, belongs to Ksckiel Trot
man, of Alabama, and ran away below Fayette
vide. He is 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, well
made, rather light complected, between 22 ami
25 years ok) : no particular marks perceptible
on him. Hi owner is requested to prove
property, pay charges, ami take him away.
N. D. Since the above was published, the
fellow sas his name is DtnuH, and that he be
kmfrs to -William Powel,f Richmond county,
N. V.. CHARLES PHELPS, .aifcr.
II yivtAsrV, .1 30, 1 828. 19
Fill IE subscriber respectfully informs the cit-
I tsens of Salisbury, and the surrounding
country, that he has established a Hnk Ilimlrry
in said town, on Main Street, a few doors south
of the Court-Housei where he will be thankful
to receive anV kind of work in hit line ef busis.
From a number of years experience, in Europe
and America, he feels confident of being able to
give enure satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with any etc script ion of Bvuhmg-.
Plank made to order, after any pattern
furnished, on ahort notice, and at prices thlch
no 'one ran complain of - - ' ; - Av
)U Bki Nttvwui, either plain or ornamen
tal, on the most mnderte terms. All orders
rrtimVJtawefailhftilfy alterSreVI fdrT!TIaT:
Tonage of the public is repectfully solicited, by
innr poi scm rfuri. n. UC CAKTF.KET.
'tftw, .J 384, 1,827. 62
To OoU .MttT8.
fl'TVTs'0'- of Pm QwVa-ai Ve, juat received,
JsLnL and for sale, by E. WlLLEY k Co.
JMiinrv, Junt 1U( 1828.
lint adiirttttd ty a mother it her child.
roaeiT m hot.
: f orjret me not !" In accents rnHdi
My mother stys, beloved child
FoieetW rot when far asy.
Amidst a thoughtless world you stray j
Tbrget-mfcsot when fools would win
, Your footstrps to the paths of sin i
Forjrel me sot, when ured to wrong ,
Fy passions anil temptations strong i
Forget me not, wheipleasitre'i snre
Would lead you from the house of prayer.
' For jet fne not, In feeble apfr-
ilut let nle then your thoughts engage,
- - And think, my child, how fondly I
Watch'd.o'er your helpterl Inftncrr"
. These eyelKU ta, their last repose;
And evening breeEes softly wave ,
The grass upors ty mothert grave i
1 Oh2 thtn whate'eithyigendkt
ast??mveridf fcmret mott
" Iton tike Mo" 'bteafc-vtrjrag
' The changeful course of Jife ! i.. .
, 1 lie fileasant airs and sunnV beams-,
Ttys tempest and the strife
In pleasure's bark with comrades gay .
The vounir adventurers start i
But ah ! what flattering dreams betray
The too confiding heart I
My bark is wrecked", my hopes are gone,
And faithless friends are fled t -
A cloud upon my path U thrown.
The flowers of ufe are dead.
Yet fink'd to this lone heart remains .
: A charm no ehaage can sever $
For when sere trie I-ove's iacred chains
By fortune broken f Never I
ON LONG ARTICLES.
The following article from the Pandect, a re
1'iRious pspet recently established at Cincinnati,
j Villi', iviliiiiwiii.vi .1 Mi.vwin'.l. w.iivi. iiivi.'.m
of the late I r. Nesbit, president of the College
i at Carlisle, fnn. Dr. Nesbit had be?n in the
Ohio, remin us or an anecdote which rt related
habit of preafhing sermohs of the old fashioned
Icnjrth. m BiotUnu, which, bordered upon two
hours. This! a great annoyance to the good
people. of Carlisle. AcconSnglj a deputation
of elders srts cwmmssToned t wait upon -the
Doctor, and procure, if possible, a relief from
the grievance of which they compTaThed."'The
Dr listened with perfect composure to their
remonstrance, and when it wea concluded he
answered .in his Scotch accent, that he weel
knew that a long sermon vu a great bore to an
ungoiHV folki-snd begged the depotation to As
upon the time with which they would be satis-
bed. An boer was at length agreed upon i and
ever after, whatever might be the subject, and
indeed in the verv midst of a paragraph, the Dr,
i t . . ; . i tv x . .t -.1. .
woum aoruptiy Dreaa mi ay saying, --urcwrcn
ytur Aeur m."
It it aid the articles published are
too long. This fault, if it be one, can
be easily corrected. Ifthe great mat
tert of religion the vast concern of
eternity, are to occupy the leatt por
turn ot our time and attention,, then let
every religious periodical be a mere
wrap-fiook BatJf a man in heaven's
account ij loot who lay up treasure
on earth, and is not rich towards Cod
if every one is bound by the solemi
nines of a judgment to come " to hold
fast a form of sound words" - to
contend earnestly for the faith once
dtlivercilta she iaintw-rrn(l 10 ih!it
the mouths of gainsajreri to Comfort
the - ferblc - minded, and support the
weak then there mult be systemrar
gumcnt, proor, umstrauon, anu ap
peal and of course some articles must
be long'. Specimens of the successful
publication of short articles' have been
presented to us. Two of these are
before us. One, it is said, has seven
thousand, and another ten thousand
subscribers. In examining every ar
title in these specimens, we see but
two or three that are worth reading.
No doubt other numbers of these pa
pers sre more richly laden with valua
ble materials but the success of the
editors by publishing mere scraps,
while it indeed seems like gathering
up the fragments, illustrates a dec lara
tion of Christ, not very honorable to
Christian professors the children of
this world are in their generation
wiser than the children of light."
Look at literary and political journals.
Is it uncommon to publish articles
stretching through from three to nine
columns of a super royal sheet, or from
ten to twenty octavo paces? A fe 66t
these read, and read with avidity f
Are not many of them retained in
memory j-anJ retailed in conversation f
Look at vour novel readers. Can
they not tell you the contents of doicns
and almost scores of volumes, which
they have devoured over the midnight
lamp f '
liut see another class of facts. A
physiciao may spend a . whole . night
with his patient a lawyer may argue
seven hours for his client, and it is nil,
well I but let an advocate-lof-bewewow
lent societies, or a minister of Christ,
an hou or publish an article
longer than a man's Enger, and it is all
tedious and wearisome. Yes, yesj
let every thins but the matters of
eternitv be lone but let them be hort
the fcait, the Isst of all ! !
glpn is to male men good J Its objects
are practical and moral. When we
speak of the ends of religion ii practi
cal and moral, we mean men tearing
God, working righteousness, keeping
the commandments, doing justly j lov-1
- - m . a -
ine mercy and walking humbly with
God. We mean governing bur pasi
sions, bring honest; speaking the truth;
contented; peaceable, pure in heart,
temper; conversation , and conduct;
loyine God and loving our fellow crea-
, r. r- I L .
turcs acgnowicuging uou wun a uc
vout temper- in atl our ways j and
should w tcrnsrra he end of;eligiot
is to make good husbands and wives,
faithful and. affectionate parents, obe
dient and 1 dutiful children, true and
just fricndSfgodd andTuprtghretiiliefis;
sincere, aevotea, anur atsintercwiea,
whicK mpliea?' being" bbrft Toff the
Another cfer.....' A Gertleman,"
says Me Editor of the Richmond Visi
tor and Telegraph, " has left his name
with us, to be one of fifty per ton to
raise the sum of Fiftv Thousand Dol
lars, for the Union Theological Sem
inary , And cannot fortv. nine more
be found in Virginia and North Caro
linaf sufficiently interested in ihat im
portant Institution, tn Unite with the
generous individual who made the
proposition We would hope so.
VTITE Y.WtEE A.VD nVTOIMAX.
The New.Tork Commercial Advertiser relate!
the following anecdote of a Yankee pedlar and a
Dutch Innkeeper, near Catskill.
: After me sporting and bantering
between Mvhheerand Jonathan, .who
had shown -off-9fno common si jght of
hand tricks, the said Jonathan declared
that he Could swallow his robust host !
.Notwithstanding .that. Jonathan had
already played off several of his Yan
kee tricks which dazzled the good
people exceedingly, tet thi$ assertion
was too .great a mortthfuMbr them to
swallow, if the pedhr could. A bet
suHicient to nfoisten the throats- of the
whole company, was the consequence
between the principal parties, though
the landlord, in proposing it, had no
idea that his customer would accept,
when, as he euppoitd, he must be cer
tain of losing. Jonathan theo directed
that Mynheer should be divested of
his coat and boots, and be stretched
longitudinal! upon the old oaten table
which haff itcwdtirthebarirooCTfor
half a century. These arrangements
having been made, Jonathan -vora
ciously seized opon the brmeat land
lord's gouty great toe,which he pres.
sed rather violently between nrsteetn,
giving the good man a twinge, which
caused a wcithinjf movement and a
troan. Dunder tmd bliium !" ex-
claimed Mynheer r" Vat te-lefiil H
' . - ...... I
ye pite me sho frr M Why, you
darnM great" fKl, said . Jonathan,
You did'nt think -I- was.. cbingf lQ
sw: How you without c&axvin. Hid yu
A burst ot laughter proclaimed Jona
than the victor, and Mynheer had to
pay the toast and toddy.
Spivttlc let : In proportion as those
who indulge in good living acquire ro
tundity of body, their legs usually be
come less able to support them. So
far, indeed, from keeping pace with
increasing corpulency, they most com
monly shrink in dimensions, and lose
much in muscular power. It is remark
ed by Macknish, in his ingenious lit
tie work, the Anatomy of Drunken
neti, that nothing is more common
than to see a pair of spindle shanks tot
tering under the weight of an enormous
corporation, to which they seem at
tached more like artificial appendages
than natural members. The worst
symptom, indeed, which can befal a
cornulent man. is the decline of his
- - r
amKirtmUK. o long as" the
continue firm, and correspond with the
rest of the body, it is a proof that there
is vigour still remaining, but when they
"-m i . - in i , i m , , . . a
gradually become lanl and atSrivcHedf
while other parts retain their fulnesr.
there can be no sign more sure that the
constitution is breaking down, and the
shoulders will rome next In the process
of emaciation, falling flat, andlusiog
their former firmness and rotundity,
while the whole -body . gradually be
comes loose, flabby, and inelastic., T -
Earthquake at JLimu. The Boston
Dailv-Advertiser coiuins. an.inteiea. I
ting letter from Mr, S. W. Pomeroy,
Jr. dated at, Lima, April 21, and de
scribing the tremendous earthquake
which occured at that place on the 30th
of the previous month. Uy this con
vulsion, which lasted only 3Qor40 se-
coads, x:.zr.y ImUlc-s vtis t!.rc
down, the churches and other large ed
ifices so muth shattered as genreallj to
require rebuildrngi and every house in
.i , '
me cny more or icss injured. I he
amount of damage, estimated by a of.
ficial 1 survey, is stated at 0.000,000.
IS W W m
About thirty dead bodies have been
dug out of the ruins, and it is feared
that several other persons have perish-
ed, whose remains are not yet discov
ered. The greatest terror prevailed
among the inhabitants, and- the alarm
did hot idbside for a number of dayir
Five or six alight IremblinM having
ilail followed the nrincinal ahnrt, :
be from the mountains ' towards "the
sea, as it was felt at Callao, after the
dust was seen t6 rUe frfim Limat ie
in the harbors were violently agitated. -
similar, to' that occasioned by the heavy
thumping of a ship against the bottom,
ant accompanied by an appalling noise
like that of " twenty chain cables run
ning through the hawser hole.1' South
of Li ma v the shock' was scarcely no
ticed, . i- -
Some years since letter, written in
Arabic, was sent by the Kmperor ot'
Morocco toT the king of England ; but
not a person could be found in Brit
ain to translate it.- The same thing
happened in the U. S. with respect to
a letter from the Bey 6f Algiers to
President Madison. The French
maintain a body of young men in Af
rica ant? Asia to learn the local lan
guages,' who, if they prove good, are
eventually made Consuls'. With sin
ilar views, President-Adams attach
ed ..yoiiofX MtHodgson otVirg'axo
Mr. Shar's m'mi"n to Algiers. He
has become" a "proficient in A rbic, and
is now- Charge.dLAffair.es at Algiers;
Mr. II. has discovered that the
Berher language in Africa, is the Nu
midianj that ofSyphaZ, Juba, ard Ma
sinisia. j,... Bpst, .Pall.
Vanff Pampierei, who impeacheJ
Villele. in a debate tnumerated' the vari
ous ways by which a Minister exposed
himself to the liability of impeachmeot
under the charter and the law already
mentioned. He then1 stated that the
charter had been disregarded and violated;
and that the laws had not been executed
was manifest ; by which means commerce
had languished and the business of the
teapo - towns-wa very day der lining .
In five' fears, from ISJMo I825rthe ex
penditure exceeded ih income by the
etorbitantunrof 415',o6o,0001 aiid the
capital of 'She. debt; had increased by a
quarter f its amount within the period,
I though 800 OOO.OOOi had been appropris-
ted towards its exttne'.lon. And as to the
Ministry of the Interior he cited the cases
of several individuals who hare suffered
cruel iroprisonnffjt.. Among them that
r I li.r . L - I I k. t ......I.J . -
of Col. lufjr tthn had been fastended to
his bed ty six iron tings. Col. P.ilhrs
wm l a - c'ImU. -to his .neck. ; .juultv eld
Spsniard.'j-MrlHemsv-had . been, tiriven
' '"f Most justly was the almiiiistrainn of
Villele c.lkd the " BUck Cabinet."
Botany Ba.- -Sir James Sfickinfoshon
the topic of introducing jury trials into
Botany Hay, said i The population of
these colonics had been stated b the
right hon. gentleman opposhe, at 48 or
49,000, hut the number as stated by the
petitioners was 55,000. These state
ments were easily reconcilable the nini
ber which the right hon. gentleman re
presented as being that of the population
wis the number according the census
of 1835, to which the petitioners added
the probable augmentation that had taken
place in various ways since, making tho
amount of the present population 5 5. 000.
Twenty five or thirty thousand of these
were fiee born Englialjmen. He might
ask these gentlemen who were opposed
to him, to state an instance ofanv English
colony having existed for a space of 4 1
j. yesrs without the system ol rA byjury.
suu tw)uii icjjiiiuie un ! ic"""
tstive system, being extended to It." '
Mr. Hdskisson, and others, opposed
this measure- They did not like the
Idea ol granting jury trials trrsreoloft-
Doctor D. M. Reese, a respectsble
phjitrlsn of Kew'Yerkfina work recent
States as a tact well known to the facol'T
thst hundreds of females in our large cit
ies are in the dally use, of tiAlog opium.
w This if neither more nor, less. thin.
tsjqablprwayjl f ;et.inK 'drunk, th
ought to be frowned upotf'by every
band and father.'
Said Anna'a yonps; suitor." a kir is a nou"1.
Hut tell me ttmmn or prtxr," he cfwd
With a cheek full of blushes, and ee-liiU eaa.
1 is bmh tnm and p)T? ',f