Ty 7.0 WNITK. J
YOIVIX N0. 438.
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la mt.mm.. mm r' . "
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TrtCrTr" JL1' ' tow1 foewnv ty rownod. y-.
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H0CUpW Py IMTHf rwiv m " cm;
of the I I Hr bt will continue bit TAT.
jzr f, H9 tly shank hli JrliMKlVand
nuLKc for Uw'ttroft heretofore tale.
'dad in Mm I end eolkitt the toiitiswance ef
- a pledgr In anrtrmttinf fttfcntion 1o rt
tHism, ad kimlna to thoM who way be
tUKi t j call upon Mm. W. KEAIL
JftaeiW. re. A". C. 14. 1 W8.-V-1?
H,S latejv opened Bm fare
UiinmnO, H mflcf fram 8liUiry,
m m county, v. n itm """i
i ll. tr a that d!w. br Dcvd'i BriV over
tk Yi Ikin, t UtL Dttrillf, Uilton, llitltbo-
nurti. Rlr!Hi. Le.
llitrHMtM (jffnmtly krii ljr ' th iwm of
tbe ITMo m tUlictiifuiiy i iwiiea, wm
4 of mile cwtb of h brulM I rv
good, and well protMcd i aiui be ill pari' no
practicable oieani of rtixiVrinir liU ettabliih.
mint. In eirrt reraect. comfortable od nlra-
anttn travrlfen ami iit and dfeervdii
jiaf nf pejbbo patronafre. " "
OrtM, rw. - 8(41
Wtofltr therc.dere brief ikeich of I looked. . ' ' ; I
tome 6f th !ftiern. !m?rrrontnti lo . Th Quiricr flail Ro.d tla bea a eon
',re Te lumiu atrfiueur. ' '
To make fine tight Bit cult. To two
. J. .r i
our eountr., It U from Hi. Vmt Or tlderablniln. i .p.,; Bni f.P . Km 5k ' "f".
xeite. nd coQUlm Hit, prepared wi.h coed, gelation. Itl ti .tioi I. .boot f bu"Cf 4 te C0P ful1 f betn?
mufbc.rlef the C.n.U sad H.l floade rniUi fron Hoaton, miles a " . our maU te ,?000 'WLof
lAlibod, commtoocd or Inieorfcd io tke Tfct Miocfc Chunk lUil lu-abiel P1" "h mk them at at no,
Uittteu 5iMi.j:r'v l:r Jhfen flAi.h',' i....k u muIm I wwe. tott crr thio. cut fr.?'ii.i.!.
I. Midd!re Can.l. TbU'liai beeb Tbe SchorlkiU We.t Branch Rail Road bak
W:ttr!7W'T'l',Rii baea bogua Mu fcdijUi I tolUiT Ji Cesi- f ftetfil rtin.
Mara j Its fcCKth Ii 11 1 3 mitee .U Jim addiiloo to tbew, projecu baa beeo oa tre'far aupcrlor to
outet the whole pro-
0timpi A hiKi mah am I flr Ifl 9 ail mvIav tjt 'K tA MaM L . J
ua feet of lockage. Ii rum from Dot- foot, ind mim ..tanr. m. A...l.n -m k.i
tor aarftor tj PMrmford UAtuchoMtf .J Rwdi from Pof lm lo Proel- troths mtlu f-jf .k. v.
3. iumoa Vanal,Thia undana. deoca. 4i mil... fm n. - ill" 7,,W'wy
tkK h not . , BoUbed, but lo rapid pro- aop, AlbaoV. T.lk.Tfr. ! " f1.-:
JdcrtJible Barbarity. ,;...Wood wa
formerly ao acarte in rtagonia. in J '
c io plentiful," that aherp wea
drlreq iota the fai"nce of linekIos '
io oriir le flniwVr the earooae of
fuel, i W ekonld not haver dared ta
if a delree of the kiatf of Spain, pro-
bibiubs the: b'arbiroua x'tutoM;ciSIr
oot still preienred la the archirei, of -- - ,
Buenoa Ayrea, ' - , .
irmaita lenr 41 m.lea, from Worca4 te3cbeneetadfTtKml!at3
ter, M. to Troirldence. R. I.1
3. Farmlflr-on Cnel TbU ( unfin
h'.iedw . Lena-ih If milei, from Norih
amotoo, Miii. to e ILv-n.Ci.
, 4. Hodwoand V.rk Cnl. Tbia l In
oprreiion; . Unrth 3(3 mile, from Alba
ny to Purrloe, iN. y.
5; Chitnplain CnaI.Complettd t
lenfftn 03 milei, from Albany to White-
il0 ' the Cirnpden and Amboy -lbe
Dini!l- and rotavillet the Colombia and
Philadelphia! and the Baltimore and Ohio
Hail Koadi all untr mf.
j nerr art r .r i i-r . -t.r' l ' : :t. -izrr-. at: j Vm : . . . .
HiuiiiiM R'o rauaic un iiici""K awmc ucmvu ui mr, ivanooipa g
a.v aocoSt or nic mbrnaid.
TrmlitattJrtm $Ju With Minting Ar Jaw.
Io the month of July 1816, a f4r
mcr, of4he parish of Llaa e enhaearo,
a a .'I
ear of the philanthropist.
, P. S. Would it pot, be conducive
to the (general health to eat less warm
bread 7- It certainly would contribute
to the comfort of the poor blacks to
allow them to make hoe light bread
c.a i i ..-ii
n otiuraiy io mi uu monaay.
mm , a
r n.- h i n , j . . , ' . m --! tiannru ana roitici.A very seosible
, C. niwrroCinil.Comnleter'i Unfrtk ! about three milea frnnt AkrvtrtL I . , . vt ., 1 7
t A it f ? It I - ... . ' . 'I
aan ov tsb ooldsn sall.
THftiihfctther tricrtfully in,
form bia frienda and the pub
lic generally, thai be baa opened a
otter in tlieboiwe lately oociifiI
by Mr, M. tf-Met altoch of thie town, Nor:b
wrat corner of BriJ and Kin(r streeu. and im.
laedia'elr oprioMle tbe Court Home. 1 he pub
I Be maT rely on hi itrenuoue exertioni to render
btijrj!iertointnrnl.H.itraciorjj,.iU. tsttj. pamup
far. He w tahra the tiavellrr tn call and jixlge
for M nelf. I'rivate rootna for familiea will l
vavt be kpt ready fumUbed.
... :. .::.: nm.VU COODUAN. J
Cam'lnu S. C. Ttb. 9. 1 828. 8i40
jhlltltuUMielf ItaWTOovtd from
V1" JL-Canvien to Uui p'ace, renpeetfiiiiy
Mi H tftrmf the mtblio,that be hi taken the
"wTSMi ioa n ttand. edloinlnf " ttie' Ottrf Uu
fywtre.recen'h' ereiipHrd by AJr.Joba W.CUrk,
ad nwiaJly knoan aiCe--'tfe, where be Itai
- opened. a..,...
limit cf Entertainment,
"undef'-lne above trrte. Wie nremiaea are rta
elou, an i well adapted to the bneioceei tbe bta
bjea e-e Urea and eupplied with careful boa.
tl eri and travelled will find every convenience
uunnary iaJbe be houaeof the k'uxL
To profeaaional tierrtlement and otlier having
btuinraa in thie place connected with tbe Court,
hia ftrabhabment ofTera advanUft auperior to
Persona travelling with their fimiliee can be
Sceomn'ilated with private aMrtmcnta, and
every attention will be fiven to inture the com.
fbrt of thoae who may call..
Members of the approaching Ijfirlature
erautd be aoeonunodated in tbe belt manner.
Town boarders can le aceommoda ed at tbe
terme ntuaJ is thii place. JOHN MTOI.I..
va w aavaiTVll v si i VlllWIOfl T
t..Z ,k. I? i a r r CTl ,ell,.8 r"" " W,thia three ,n'1 rest juatlrt i '
nerl.ntf the Iludwo and Ene Caoal wuh hundred yard, of the aea shore, went At to the uproar in the Stat. ofN Y.
V ' 't' n ' i j t' dawn lH rockl heB W-onro baa, io reality ea little to do with
. nl.'h 5o u lnJ 1 t Vi f :$ ri'Dff,a.dder.gStfollr beaming on the ss it bad with the late eaHhau.ka. at
rdKC.vUL! oceaS, and saw femle fa. he C.r.cca. and Lima. Tb. m.terf.1, com
and Ctvuw Lakf., Jtb Hudson and Erie lK-0L) .' if , L noib, ih-.nonulatior, f that Sf.iL
8 Delaware andJ ucW, canal - whin a .toe throw oMm.eS! At TiTTi.r1"
Delaware anciiiduton canal ,i,,..k JL J matenala of Central America, a.id as con
Lenelh 61 milet. from th lliw.re in lr "f, through . mqiletty, retired.
political career, he had the ill fortune
to offend a coieombish younir fellow
who determined to areoge himself by ;
insulting the Koaooke orator oo thet'
first opportunity that occurred. At
lenirth the ODDortunitv nreaented it.' .
self, when the young sprig, meeting
Randolph on the pavement, walked ut
to him very impudently an3 said
never gife the way to a dn-i-'l aa-
cal." Mn RandolDh immedlitefr
pulling off hia hat aod making a dtr
bow, replied. " Well air. I atwavi
do i and gave him the pavement.
sait, one of the moat fashionable phy-
sicians of Paris, pretends to cure all
diseases by means of bleeding aod
e'eches. One of his patients, how-
felt than by beine thrdwo into the scale
of the party the lct prominenily mi
chievout 1 he convultion retpectmt;
matonry, now aounriing ita confuMon ol
tongues through the country, la nothing
more or'leit than an erUptlon'6f one Of
mee near the head of Lake- Erie.
CoaeVi nuA liS aMftkg.
TjtB Subacriber return
hit aincere thank to
the public for the liberal
ifvf!-I""neourae'pnM'nt hp ha. i.
ceivrd, and having enlar
ged hi Mhop, and number
iiit tif band, and procured a
large wipply of the be'
njatrrials, it now prepared to make all kind
of work in bia line at the hortet notice,
and on auch term at tire bartlnee of the
timet will justify ; and aa low at can be pur
chited any where in the State. All new work
warranted for twelve montht; and all kind of
Carriage, repaired at the shorteit notice.
Order from a difance thankfully received
and punctually attended to.
Grfenihf.' Sept. 13, 1828. 6tl0
In peraou the president is about 5
feet 7 inches in height ; but his body
J ikt nikn1. m mm. mm ai w A lanVAMAV
hs . .a- I atUU 1119 4IJ iCUUAKCS ll UH IU' WI"
ile the farmer was calling his wife . . ... .. .? , c Lj;
....a.. . . . a iidiiru uiai. iubi c4lb t a &.uiii taaaa uviiiih
15T Uhighc.n.l.-Unnnished; length and his younger-chrid. - When his e,Dec, he' Id oerhana. if -seeo io
4mllea, from "roddartivltltfroo the Pii came idrvara me nm not f 1...,;, r.r.
.iflrh. tA l.mitk ut ih. D.Unn - IH.iWfi - lh ntnrc hart nln. hull '
16. Little Schuylkill canal -Its length talked 'forward in tbe . sight of the
S5 mile, Irom the- mouth of Little creature. But as t oi as the Mer.
maid saw her, she sank into tbe water
and swam away, till s.te was about the
same distance from the land as she Was
uii arcn aii iuj uic w iuio laiuiiy,!- it . ,
.L . J -U It. J .U. l:i U" uu uaia, ou,
puitA!u piercing t but they
more naturally excite ristoimy. ma
head is exceedingly large, with a pro
fusion of coaraecurliog very dark hair;
and his features which are. rough and
manly are then obscured by a supera
bundance of whiskers. His eyes are
Schuylkill rver to the coal mines.
1". Conesla eo canal. Length 18 miles,
from Lancaster to the mouth of Concta-
IB. Schuylkill ctnal. Finished ; length
108 miles, from PhiladeTpnTaf o m oun!
Carbon. .." ana women, aervants,! ,7.
19. Uniop canal.-Fini.hcd; length who in all were twelve in number, ran . a,lnc " . th ' he is con
tr .... ii -.u- - a a . i ir i r d rr" " " r
79 m.lesrlrom Heading to Middletown.. aiong cne tnorc ,9r more .uan osiia -. - . h h .urr,UBdej
LV..i CiUl9TITi'l .niif inuuicsa i i 'lmvr ssuu iwi uvwi w . mviv wi. a,asai
it having beer, commenced at both ei- ( time, saw her in the sea, and some
tremiues; length 396 miles, Irom mid times her enure head and ahoulders
dletown to Pittsburg. were qu;.e ubove the water
fCr 1 he three last mentioned csnals There was in the sea a great stone
''tHa-),',.,,.. . a a B . a
ever, was u n con scionaoicenou
... .... lr l .Li.v. t . t.
Uxeoyfjtjjjrpjht) j ? intflH.DO Km minerals and fo.ila oi Uose regions of
" r-?."Vc 6w wiB WJFwr-w sea, our continent-abakaa...lo.lti .centrj.
--.-Mfjrri en. Thi iWerg!ultCi art many great,, good- acid
Usleingtntrrollesitronr Ljstoo-toi'ttw was alsoxertatathatthe-wster was aitjaodndwbitHily-ikii
W 1 ucep at tne puce se saw ner atan tne moi'itwie oi numan oeing mine iat i cation of 1800 leeches.
. iu. wnetapcaaeano ueiaware canai-. jiog. On so thiokind. he fell on his or .New York, vet their influence Is com
Completed t length 14 miles, from Dela- j fKe an crcpl forwarito the brink of jwativeVy small and cannot be otberwits
1 1 r . n r Tr r i . 4 lhe P"Cipice v from kbich he had a
II. I ort weposite cjnal. Completed: i . r l Tr l
length 10 miles, from iVt Depoiit. on jP1 V,eW of he Vor more lha0
the Sotquehannah to the Maryland line, "all an hour.
13. Chesapeake and Ohio canal. This . Aflcr ufficiendy look ng at her
was begun on the 4th of July last, when bitnself, he went bacli again, tnd ran
. Ji I ...... . . . r . I -r -
ground was liroV en br 'he President 0f 10 Call nis family to set tail wonaerlul these political volcanoes, in which the
the United States. Length 360 mile., sight. Having tild them what he had agent areas little governed by moral
from C.torgetown, 1). C. to near Pitta seen, he directed them fromhe door- principle, or the true political welfare of
ourg. i rim. j stead whither to go, and te creep to the bme or nation, as are tbe bellowing
-1 Sr Ohio Su-.e can.!. Unfinished ; the edge of tne rock as he hid himclf of "ccU or Vesuvius "
engih 305 miles, rom Weaveland on donc. Some of thc(n mtt but half
SciotC. eOhit the mouth of the dr5cdt f )r WM etr;ff -and they
U-'MiimicanalUnfiniahed: lenirth wcrcjast riscn ? nd . OB reaching the
6S miles, from Cinelnnjt! to tne M Pa" thv har.lwUtteB mmutea,
- isi-i r at
fjrm a line from Philadelphia 'o the I morc than a yard high, oo which she
wnuld stand when she was first seen.
She st'iod out of the water from her
waist upwards. And the whole fami
ly tes.it'v that she was exactly such' an
one, in respect of shape and size as a
younrj woman would be of about
eighteen years of age. Her hair pret
ty short, and in colour ctarkj her face
extremely handsome, her neck and
arms were as usual, her breast moaer.
Watch & Clock lc vairln-.
JAMES B. H AMPTON,
CONTINUES at tbe old
ahop, occupied iti for
mer year by hi father, on
toiitb of the Conrt-ltousc, in
the - town --of - Salisbury j
a here he i prepared to
ciite all kind of work in
Watche. Clods, and Jervelrv.
mi warranted. -
(0" He earnestly request all pertona indebt.
M to him, to cume forward and mnke Settle,
'tent, eithet' with cash, orbv giving their notes.
iJdMwy, Oct. ft, 1828. " . 36 -
RENEZEtt J)1CKS0N xequettt
i all neraont indebted' to him. to
ettte their aocotints by the tit day of Novem-
II bepia5ed Inhi iiahdlbf in1 affeer for cot
lection, without fail ; for money, or itaeqniva
ent, I mutt have, and will have." I am very
thankful for tht natronace 1 have received from
Wy former cuitomer j but am aorry to ay, now
no Iqngcr carry on the buaineM mytelf, they
seem to be at thy of me aa though I would bite
tuemi whereas when I kept them in shoei, tbty
wwe very frequent visiters indeed,
Onio, at Pit'sburg, and may be consider
ed parts of the tame great enterprise.
21. Ohio and Drie canal. Its length
a 1 3 miles, from Pittsburg to Erie, on
v . a ear .
22. Delaware canal. l his win run
from Philadelphia to meet the Delaware
and Hudson canal. It has already been
33. Jme and fdnawha canal Thi
will run froni Hichmond to Kanawha.
24- Dismal Sw.imp canal. Finished ;
length 33 miles, from near the mouth o!
James river to Albemdrie bound.
25. Louisville canal In progress ;
length 2 miles, to pass tbe rapids near
26.Jiuce.CiMa. n progress ; length
150 miles, from Columbia by "the-1 road
and Saluda rivers to Cambridge, and from
the Santee to Charleston
27. Savannah and Altamaha canal
Length 66 miles, from Savannah to Alia
The preceding . statement, gives the
namea of ten canals, which have been
completed by our enterprising country .
men. These ten traverse a apace of 747
miles. Eleven other canals have been
commenced, some of which will probably
be finished before the year closes. The
whole distance which the aeveral csnals
now in - progress towards - completion are
remaining seven, whose names, anu in
tended location are given in the above
list, are calculated to reach 4S0 miles.
The total extent which all these will
reach, is 2821 miles, nearly equal to (be
distance from this place to London.
The subject of Rail Roads hat attracted
'msch less attention than Canals. But
by; and he - seldom looks directly at
even" an inanimate object turning his
head on one side like a hare, rrom
his shoulders to his waist his frame is
ia good proportion to his height, but
his legs are excessively thin aJ shape
lets, and his hips narrow : and the
inequality of the former to the support
of his wii body, is upon most ucca
sions, made the more conspicuous by
his wearing very tight scarlet panta
loons, profusely decorated with gold
lace, and large dragoon boots, which
are scarcely half filled. His conver
sation too was nut equal to what I had
been prepared to expect j and his con-
nitrirfitm ."In flari MlMer'a arrotinr ftr "
hit travels through the plains of outi
America, be makes tbe following mention
of the Ostriches which are there found i
"In riding through the Pampss of
South America,, ibe Ottriches ar soraov,
times seen in convoys of twenty or thirty,1
gliding elegantly along tbe gentle undul
ation of the plaio; at half pistol shot dis
tance from each other, like skirmishers.
The young are easily domesticated, and
toon become attached to those who caress
them ; but they sre troublesome Inmates
for, stalking aty.Ut tbe house, they wills
when full growo, swallow coin, shirt-pint.
and every small article o! metal wuniri
reach Their utUal food, in a wild state.
is aeeds, herbage, and insects; the flesb
i a Teddisbhrown And, . jf voung not.of
bad flavour. A great many eggs art laid
in tbe same nest, which is lined with dry
grass. Some accounts are given which)
exoneratcs the ostrlrh from the chaVgo r 'z
of being the most iinpid bird in the crea- --
lion. For example, tie hen counts her
eggs every oay. i nis nss oeen proves
by the experiment ol taking an egg away,
or by putting one in addition. In either .
Cse; she destroyed the whole by smaslv
ing t hero with ber led-
ate.WJ ner sain wnitey tnan mat oi dccoson io rendering himself the
any person they had ever seen before. otcr and appljuder of obscene
Hrr face was towards tke land. She Y wcrc inconsistcnt wilh the idet ,
often bent as if she was taking up formcd (,f h;. character. vj
water, and then she held her hand be- the M therefore, the impression
for' hcr fa" f aboiuthlffam,n'Vc- made upon me bv my first introduc-
VV hen she so bent herself something tj()n tQ thU distinguished individual
black was. seen, as ir It had been a WM attended with vcry considerable
short tail, turning up behind her. She fce,. of ji, ,pp3intme,lt.
often made a sort of noiae like snee- ,
aiog, which made the rock resound. A dandy oncc went t0 t doctor t0
-tryt m- t 1 I . J
a nej-rmcriio jaamppon
of beholding her lace bo long a time, and trouble, succeeded in drawing
said, that he saw out very lew women Wobd (toai his tremblini
Although she does not attend to secrecy
in selecting a situation for her nest, sho
will fortake.lt if the eggs have been band"
Lied. .IL is also said that she . rolls a few ,
. a f. .
eggs thirty yarns distant trom tne neac
and cracks the shells, which by the lion
her young come forth, being filled with,
maggots, and covered with insect, form
the best repast of 4ier infant brood. Ths
male bird is said to take upon himself tht)
rearing of the young, and to attach mora
importance to paternal authority than to
the favours of his mate. If two cock
birds meet, each wilh j family, tbey figbt
for the supremacy over both j for which
reason an ostrich has sometimes under his
tutelage broods of different ages.
Another breach of tiromite.- Another
esse of this kind was decided a few days
ago at Rutland, in Vermont. Sally Oims-
tead and Isasc Uickinson were the names
of the parties. About a year ago, tho
aame case underwent a trial ; but front
some cause or snot her, it was re tried at
tbe recent term. The jury found a ver
dict in favor of Sally for 8612 50 In thia
ckse, tbe jury appears to have been extxt ..
measurers ot tbe extent oi violated love.
The odd dollars and cents are given, as if
it had been a contract for flour, pork, or
molasses, ; Cbh.t
, ttiat ne saw out very lew wemcn bIobd froin his trembling arm
ir to look upon as this Mermaid. whexeupon, the dandy, after a little of
whole family, the youngest of hU ffar had 8Ub,ided, raised up his
n is eleven yesrs of age, is now head and exclaimed, " Doctor, I think
had this account, 9re . CTeat butcher !" " Aye.M
WOTU IDl 1UIU 9 I" K1VI,
from themselves within the last month.
of being turned off, asked the haogi
man, if he had any message to send to
the place he was gung. "I will
trouble you With a line, replied the
finisher of the law, placing the cord
around his left ear.
said the doctor, " apd 1 haTe just been
sticking a great calf!" Artel.
overturn the corner stone of the New
Eichange in that place, which had
just been laid with m tsonic cerem -rues,
a d steil tbe coins, &e. deposi
ted beneath, amounting to the irvxense
! sum of two dollars.
There seems to have oeen no founda
tion whatever for the rumors of reveries
said to have overtaken the Russian arms
CITT OP CHARLF.STO.V, 8. C. "
The ezpentea 'of the city of ChirlcWOTI ftfi
tbe past year amounted ta about &12i).U0Q t of
theJiiterest andjwkig liinoX $(. mJtaaE- '
yio,ivv on account oi the four liouac ana m.
rine HMiul, 21,634 far the City Guav 14,;
171 for Lamp and lighting, $JU,77.I f )t treet
Pavements, drains, Itc. , &4.6J6 for Fire Mast-1
ersytfc, 8'i,l53or Prinuiiff, HUtio mYy, Fuel.
be., l'),8l3fur aalari-s ol city officers, and
R'2.000 for tbe fii-t inst!me.nt of 200 hars OtT
. r l rosd stock,
l'-W Ij.- Jf- 1-..