.pkiiiuim mux v.
... h. aWs buainrttk In all
.TI' "T" " . ""J.; heretofore OCCU
7 iarancnrs,ai i " " .
h. Kim. on Main Ureal. ' ""TV?
l... ....,. T.rer. it lh tow" M '
II. r;V, I. reerie. SViR
.j ,K!f..i.,i,.i.i. . rrctilari u Uiey
iTll. Vi.iii will enable Mm to ntommo.
5.f I .ri: .l nrittmit with the mot tae
fcl end elegant hinds of Gnrmenie, mad op wnb
la nur.H -ikitt," he hop. as hie neighbors
V cW tow.f Mcf hoer, be
la .o dupoied lo boast overmuch, leaving
1K AwJ laa of hK customer 10 00 mem
"PCIVr-l ID JUOgf B W WO' IF
Vmr.tovi th tx-f of isuraevinrn. and hu no
aVawrrabe thinks ha liae'n tfnrt" ray; bis
. v.vfc-wiU b WU ttW H be WW' "
It well. Owing to the great acarcity of money.
netynrm of rnrrtnin eW h W orL.Jnr
Ih.a any other ilor In this pert of tin Country,
.-.I.v.b wiU iaufd be " ' "
""rrr-XWtillt OOVof SB kmdrof GwatlV-4M
tja th shortest notice. ., "
He still iflVrt to Inch Ward's FaUnl frolrtC-
ft arstem of Tailoring, which !'"' 7
11 the fashionable tkitott 1a the Umted States..
, He rcepectfulty so5cits a chafa of the pnbne
. pmtroMfe. and hopes to mrrii U by aw, rather
than by tstravngml frtfttmnt, .
; - ix) run pvnuc.
. COWAN & IlKEVKS
nt?B Jum rtceiVtd, from Neo-Tork and
PkiiM!lphit, at their 8oct Wo.d
ffr we, Hovai eouoty, tla mi lea weft of til-
. , - (2aryt 4 MraJ norUBcni n ima
.. Dry Goodly "Cutlery .
' Hurfaare, 'Grocerltt Ve.
bybkh they ara ddemioeJ to bell amwuatTy
iw for. t VI 39 or COTTOX, or on a abort
cttdit to ftiarrii7cuatoaMr. Ai tbey fill ra
cnb tkeir atock at abort imamla. frofl tba
unbar oartru, tad kaeo tba newt tad
moot approtod kiadi of Cooda. thr feel t eon.
Aieaea la Inrltinf their frWmU and lha pubRa
B cB, txasiae, and htft for thcntaelrca.
. COWA!f It Itr.EVB.
TUt etdkata of two aharrt li tiie tapltal
Stock of th Mate Bank of North Caro.
Cnaj bt the rcaewal of which, appbca.ion will
Pa made tbe DtrecUry of aaid Butk at the
rpropdaTt timer- ) W L MBVpRltMlM.
, - Anput tJa, in. r, -
THE .fawmcanrat Iciwm, in ihia Inati.
lotion will commence on (ha aecond Mon
,fUj "otr mber en it.
' Oa Anatumy. by John Hdaard Ilolbrook,M. D.
On urvr nr --Br Jamra Itamaay, M. D.
O obrtrtca and diaeaaea wf worn and
JrraBy Tbomaa G. I'nolcau, U. D.
. , Ou natittrs and Practice of Medicine By
.nmuri tienry itcaaon, M. u.
, On f.'hemiitry and Pharmacy By Edmuad
On Ma'erk MedieaB llrnrv Frart. M. D.
On Natural Hiatory ami Botany By Stephen
Z On Ntholofical and Sergieal Anatomy By
Mia -vragitcT in. tK
IhmonatTfttm of 4natoniT.JohnWaanar.tI.0L
.-I..'. Tb Faculty tak pleaaure in etatinr that tba
' . . r t m . a T
s - busuiumh of an nmrroary lor surgical catea,
U Ciiieilna) with the Collere, hu been atten
- Bed with the dvantarea anUct'aattd." it aSor-
.. iled in the atodenlt duHnr tbe Uat coure4 of h-
- Mrodion. tha opporttinitr of whneminf a vnrio-
ty of operation! amog theaa wer moat of
,Um capital operaUona in SoTery i
' r:-To enable th Smdenta to profit br the facil-
ilet which our aitiutiAfl affbrda for the etudy of
rracdea Analomr, new and erennre room
Jam beet erected ana provided wita every
Lhicir neeeemryfoe tb. pvrpaee.
-'.The valuable Anatomical Mttaenm of the Col,
jAge, baa been improved by new preparationa
iloeiwd from Fmaoo and lulv. Uat iumroer.
' V If aflbrda tte faculty additional' aatis&etioa
to Mate that by an vrwriMiaita tha tiur-
arr end rhilowphical Society of Sooth Canrfuia,
f " rrenlre -and vthjible eollectlom) in Natoral
Jliatory, have been placed in the College, and
Catvfully arranged, ao aa to afford to lhoe inter
e cd in the aody of Nature, ample opportunity
Jgf acquirinf information, not only in the deport
isenti connected with Medicine, but througc the
VhuK range of Natural Hitlory.
u The rirli collection of minerab particnlarly,
fOUft be oonaidered very important totbelniti
tw. EDMUND BAVENEL, D,
THB Mbareibers having onaUfied aa Adminia
tralon on theestate of Andrew Baird, dee'd.
ate of Burke eountv, desire a'l persons indehi
ejd to aaid estate to make payment with aa little
Uelay to possible i and all persons baring claims
Ajraimt the estate, will prcsn thrm legally au
thenticate.!, within thetim. limited by act of
Vtan-mMr. o?h:-rwi- this notice will he plead in
15p.r of their recovery.
. ' M. B At ui J,
j 4SommllU.d..t Q 3 a
yjiLa?i'b'jrv. S. C. on 'he 6th inst. a negro
M. ron?wha mv s 6lITitnevTV'W-4hat havxan.
awav tVn hir maaterj John Peo, about two
Werks eii.ee, in Columbia 8. C. ,aj s he fo-mrr-
ly neionre4 to tne estate oi 0n. ai. Criie,
w autarz ciuntv. v inr. i ne is bdout o icrrm
- years old. straight built, black complected,
'with a small scar above tne r.gnt eye. me
owner is desired to prove property, pav charges,
: Mdik him away. F. SLATER, -"kff.
.-&sjf.gtarita. ;; 31 ,
l!ommUe& to th3a
V WJlkea rownty, a negro Boy, who saya hia
n.me is BILL, belones to Etckiel Trot.
JkM Alabi odjh away below Fayette-
; .2? .; Ville.-- no Sa 5 fee B of weBniiiReJt::
" mnet'rathevight MmpJMte4et weeik 32 and.
25 ears old- no particular marks perceptible
Hjn lii.Ti His owner is reauested to . prove
"proper r, pay charges, and take biro away.
N B. Si lice the shore was published, the
fellow ms hie name ia Daniel, and that he be-
a . idne to v uuam rowei, or lucnmona coumy,
p . il.Ca-oiina. UMnijR rn curs, Joiitr.
n?sW. JWnv 30. 1828 19 .
T0 land aoM by order of writs of renfiitionij
UtVlVO b-en ahwnt un a d.fnt Wt tltat
pMl auminr, re.ctf.illy li.rorma bit old
cutomer anj tba public fnrr!ly. that Uhu
rcuro.l h'-ma. and retuwd buw'i Wch
d.irinf bUabacnca wa ctmJuCttd by bit partacr,
ThMeon'inia at lha ahop fornirHr acetipUd
b , rmpleoni aewJ art fumiJ-d Hh lha
rarl and lndo. fMhioi for Utta and Con
i kMi btlilona hava bocQ alor t-
rraHy admired and adopUd by tha .a Tn of
tba HorthrBi;iti."n any mr. r... i
ami .Ithwiibit r i mora tbaaual akdl
ami tof to ri tbomWI . r b ,,,b
acriberi pUda tlma.le thai thair rmmwo
of (hrm ahaM not ha trpad U IM Union.
Ladlf t tlabha and Patacei. and Ventlemaa
rU-Mug, U b madcap M pHoa lort tha
mmrk mm-A ara trer heretofore dn, la order to
conrrm to lha' utwumpUd prctaura" of tbe
flmrm; - '-. - ..
fully recW(d,and Mnctually attended It, ac
eordinr to direetloM. SILAS TKMPLRrON,
a a atavn
04UlbBI LwTf HI.
Watches, '3 mtri &c
JL rH timed from I
'.' ftp, Hb aa good an a
a vaaover offered fbriale Intbia places kit
Jewelry M of tbe latrit importationa, and tne
moat laaliionable and elegant kinds to be had in
anV of the Northern C it tea i elegant Gold and
Sifter iracArei plain Do., fcc kt. And in
fc dam be will receive a very elegant aeeort
men! of M,Htan 0-k. Alto, all kind of SI I,
vrr fftrr, kept constantly on hand, or made to
order on abort notice AO of which will b soil
lower than such goods were ovef tfispoivd of
bcrwe in this place.
1 he pobKe ara rMpeetfutly Invited to call and
esamlne thee rootbi their richncas elegance!
and elfttpneM, caaodt tail of ptauinrtfcne who
wish to benr. '-
LAnjlmliifjratriWe Htfadrtd, and warrawtad
10 leep lime i ina soop is iv auwi oeivw io
ctMirt-b'iuse, oa Mainwrtrret.
k5air.. May &, 1828. IT
I'ttK RUTH. .
Tf. "utucabers basing
been appointed A rent.
, -I 'be IknneUa Stmm B-U
w to the Mcrchsnts in the
interior, that tbe fcteam Bat u ia fine order,
the- Lighters are g od and sufflcient, and alwaya
kept ready ia cue of low vstrr, Ware-Iioiitea
at Campbelton arc provided for the reception
f Goods and the storage of Cotton i tbev aasura
the public that every atteatlnn and facility will
be afforded to render these boats worthy of
The subac ibers will attend to tbe receiving
and forwarding of uooda o any part or the
country, and the shipping of Cotton and other
peoilue. ------ -riLi,4u avesv-
royaMeWOr, A, a Oct 1 838. 4t39
fX Monday, the 10th of Nowwber nest, at
f Baird Forrev Burke County, the lata rosK
dencc of Andrew Baird. dee'd. oo a credit of
tvrelve montha, win be sold
Tkrr ifoftnt mwi ummuS j
yt Oif, mW .Wavy t Also,
J9tf$t9f eVaVeVw - - ...
CmttU, Age. SXeeft,
BiuteKtU and Kiuksn Funtitwr, Sc.
M. BAIRD, I ., ,
H'M, L. BAIBD.
Sj. 13M, ii. 8U9
rHE valuable Mini and' iondi
formerly tbe property of Geo.
aner, dee'd. are offered for sate
L jy Ihe late pure base n. This land
hrs on I n rU4anl creek, 4 mib-s east of Mncka
ville, adjoining tbe Cilea Mumford tract, and ia
equal to any land in Bo wan county, with a large
froportion of wperiov meadow t the- Uilla are
of superior construction, and have now a very
good and Increasing run of custom tbe water
power can very conveniently be made to drive
any kind of Machinery. For other particulars.
and terma, apply to Thomas D. Gibbe, one of
the proprietory oa taf premiaea.
lOtl -1 HUM AS U. GIBBS,
AiViy eSd.1823. MABTIN 8ANKR,
N. B. Another tract, belonging to Peter Sa
ner, adjoining the above, containing 325 acres,
will be sold in connexion with the above, or sep
ersiely as may best suit the purchaser . which
is likewise first rate land.
Alt, will be sold, a lot adjoining the town of
Mocksulle, containing ten acres of Isnd, with a
good dwelling-house, with out-houset, and an
excellent garden thie property will ha. aoid.
low, on accommodating terma. Apply as above.
T?OR aale. hlealt and retail, Srve Cottov,
X MuiUier to 615: Inchuire, at rhe factory-
pneet, from Fayetteville. Apply to
SaUtton,M$i 5, 1828. H .
TIC subscriber rrspectfally informs tleit
iaena of Salisbury, and the surrounding
country, that he has established a Bfk BtmUry
in said town, on Main street, a few floors eouth
of the CourUIouse y where he will be thankful
to receive anV kind of work-in his line of bualneas.
From a number of years experience, in Europe
and Xmerhrf to
give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with any description of Binding.
Blaak Bk$ made to order, after any pattern
furnished, on short notice, and at prices which
. . , , .
no one can compuuo or.
Old Bk$ Hebaund, either plain or ornamen
tal, on the most moderte terma. All orders
from a distance, faithfully attended to. The pat
ronage of the public ia repectAilly solicited, by
their obt aervt
eir ooi sera juhh h. uk VAaTEHET.
There Is i!
cal.a an prii rnl spot
Ins vorld vf gtf "d angttlkb.
ry dm pests echo not,
And lig and fT bmgviUO.
And In ll4 11 d hippy land,
apirita 7 lovt and bliM are dwaUingi
Aad swes'lro'e many a seraph band.
The antleml 'N debght are swelling.
ind death r d.atant frowns In train '
Upon th sprits bright aad pure.
And sees t rlrfioryatiU remain,
. I rum all 14 ffa secure, aacoie.
. ' fdk O lMiTKK. '
Mark'dre, thai ewsvoWve aurttf 1
' Saw bow hia eyeballa roll'd f
Vulttira(na Wtlie aameay heart f---i
r.ailrMlh. IK.1 lha has tobll
Now Ifa Iklat die be throwsi
,TwatO Vkle ril dsen kit woes
e 4 hrm now the puuon quairi ... .,.
ill favne with anrulak shake!
s hi wildl -stsning eyes I
Jr ploy waa aW Iva life at etke
. And tie victor ciajma hia price,
frneit pleaMra ! -emf asa psln ! '
Uamtotorl tbe enchant mcnUs o'er
Fataimiand the lust of gain
Give to Death one victim morel .
i. sasra'e ootsaa.
HOCIETT l LYDLL
AausemcntSn India is at best a
sickly a.d languid kind ol thing. Tbe
corporeal powers exhausted by the in
tense hetrt of the day, during which
it is a Mi ta etist, sometimes render
tne in telle t too trpid and inactive
even ht the pleasures of common in.
tefcJurses Uncens. however, balls.
vndTOcasrewatfanasqtmadea, or- ta
trier- dull and lifeless imiou ns of
them, relieve it their turns the muno
t.ninis sxmeaeis of existence! and
dramatic cnterialoments during the
m onioon, whc if the cool season, in
terpose - Varl:y- equally.- atimuLtio g
sod agreeable! ! fhe Madras theatre.
called tbe Pantheon,- is an elegant
twtiding,eooVertible alio iuto apa
cinos asaemblr-roOm. Of co irse the
pefformers wcfemerely. amitteurs,
chiefly' fromtthe civil and military
establishments he sagactois polity
of the Company baviog jealously shut
the door updo professional iCtori. from
the unextiptuishable dread f cloaU
Cition that has always hau ted that
sapient bolj. For it is di ult u
imagine any I other reason for tne rl-
)isjoa vf tbec auincitiDCV Hreral a-d
enlightened tuiiiiaters of pleasure, from
a community doomed to a lfeof lan
guid exile in a severe and cheerless
cirmiler It' was, herefdre,r af matter
of much fScuityto aelect plays fit
ted for represen atton on a stage, where
thd female parts were necessarily giv
en'to half-caste lads, who spoke most
execrable English, "'or - amateurs with
beards that give tbe lie direct to their
feminine habiliments. I shall never
forget Tom Aostey'a undertaking the
arduousch.racter of Lady Macbeth.
We thatlfotbad:h1ai to belinterprcted
into a wotnio and in hot tempera
ture the growth of , that, appendage Is
rapid beyond conception. Tom was
under the necessity, therefore, of sha
ving br twee i each act to keep it ia a
state of aubordination befitting a fe
male. It happened to be unusually
hot, in the dressing-room, when Tom,
attired as jLdy Macbeth, had order
ed hia abajing-apparatus to be placed
upon the stage where there, was a freer
circulation, of .sir, LJIe-hadacarcely
begun that troublesome operation,
when tome one mischievously rang
the prompter's bell. .The signal was
instantly obeyedj aod op rose the cur
tain, displaying Lady Macbeth seated
before a glass i the act of shaving.
How h all I describe the roar, the
houts, the' plaudits, the screams, and
convulsions of female laughter, at this
unexpected disclosure!. A general cry ,
for Lady Macbeth brought Tom to
soaped for the ceremony ao unexpec-tedlv-toterrMptedf
cries redoubled, till Tom with admi
rable presence of mind, roared out in
the language of hia part,
W)tbebusinB, - I
That such a hideous trumpet calls to parley '
... The sleepers of the house r ;
an address which aucceeded in appeas-in'g-
the etorm, and restoring perfect
iv V A irf, t
Recipe. The bark of a Willow
tree, burnt to assies, mixed with strong
vi.-egar, aod applied to the parts, wiH
remove all varta, corns, or excrescen
ces on ary part of the body.'
Dr t.ttkenness i.a pleXHSt PQUDO,
......i.iuj ivsi, a ui i-J tn a fn an,-; Tliocmj cr jr, alatcsixicn, j ImLm re
V !, tica up by V t a. i : I 1 1 tSr fu riio m ; mcrchiuta and people, ire iJil isrri
we drove 'm Sir K. Uaroea iorib!e j Mny of tho IcarneJ ITccl to deiplto
through iht far-firarj cinnamon gar.jthe lupriliilooi wf the p j,le. anj ta
dens, which cover upward uf Ir.CXX)
acres of land on the c ait, the largest
of which re near Colombo. The
plant thrivei test. la t poor, aandjr
a e a m
uiit in tne wooai to tne eirt oi
large apple tree, but wheo cultivated
is never allowed to grow more than
tea of twelve feet it) height, each plant
taodinff ieprate. The leaf ii aome
thin j lika that of the laurel in ehape,
but of lichter color t 'when it first
hoots out lit red, then changes rrad
ually tiTgrteo; "'Ii Is toe our of blos
som,"; but I ant told that- the flower is
wbiu. and appears wbeo lo full bios-
looflo tovtr the gardeo.n' A fter heatvj
log ao much of Ihi iptcy gales from
this islaod. I was much disappointed
at not beiar able to discover any scent.
at least from the plants, lo pauing
through the gardens i there is a very
frsgTset-smelling flower growiog utw
der them which at first led us into
tbe belief that we smelt the cinnamon,
but we were aooo undeceived. On
pulling off s leaf or a twig you perceive
the spicy odour eery strongly, but I
was surprised to bear that the Bower
hat little or none. As cinnamon forms
tbe only considerable eiport of Ceylon,
it is of course preserved with great
care by the old Ditch law, the penal
it for Cutting o branch waa no less than
the loss of a hand i. at present a fine
expiates (he same offence. The neigh,
bnrbood of Colombo is particularly
favorable to ita growth, being ell
ihcW eq'iaUe .tembe
rature and aa ahowers fall yery Ire-
rln is uncommon, the groucd is prch-
ed. Bishofl Iltbcfj.
LUei of ox AidVf. In the vast sarn-
pas, or plains of Buenos Ayres, where
no timber grows, the skins ol animals
supplv the place tf almrOat' very thing.
Brand, a late English traveller, says
ihe inhabitants preserve their grain in
ox hides. The whole skin is filledriod
sewed up, lege aod all, aod the granary
has the appearance of an elephant fas
tened to four stakes. A child's cradle
consists of a sheep skin laced to a small
frame, and suspended in the bouse.
Paroquets are kept in cages made of
hide. Wood U so acarce that the rib
bones of oxen are used. In .stretching
hides to dry, and as pegg to fasten
7,iiaf.--The followiog . txiethoda of
miking y easr h a ve been recora mend
ed. . ....J.,.
1st. Boil one pound of good iiourj
a quarter of a pound of brown sugar, .
and a little salt, ; in two galldos of
ter, foront houry when milk warm,
bottle it sod cork it close it ill be
fit for use in tweoty.four hours. One
pint of thia will make 18 pounds of
bread."" - - - - -
::::TrTcf'i pound of mashed potatoes
( mealy ones are besO add two ounces
a- -"-- .k- . J
of brown sugar, "and two spoonfuls Tf
. .... .. . . . ... i
common yeast the potatoes first to be
pulped through a cullender, and mix
ed with warm water to a proper con
sistence. Thus a pound of potatoes
will make a pound of good yeast. Krcp
it moderatelv warm while fermenting.
This recipe is in substance, from Dr.
Hunter, who observes that yeast ao
made will keep well. No sugar is used
by . bak ct ..when addi' -g the pulp ofj
potatoes to their rising.
Vitihle Magnitude aUertd by Temfteratart.
M. Le Cat, in his ingenious work;
on the senses, remarks, that objects!
appear smaller in cold, frosty weather,
and of course, larger during the warm
days of summer and autumn, provided
the sun does not shine bright. He
accounts for this from the upil of the
eye,.beinff.coniderably contracted by
cold aa wen aa oy orignt itgnt, ana
relaxed. by beat and diminished light.
ReRgion of Chind.t)r. Milne asys
that every kind of idolatry exists in
China. The Chinese have: goda of
the hills,of the rallies, of the woods,
of. the shop, of the kitchen they
adore gods who are supposed to pre
side oyer the thunder, the rain, the
fire, the grain, the smalt pox,' births
and deaths t ihey worship ..the sun,
moon and stars, and the genii of thelolder the average life Of man iaextred
mountains, 'rieersr lakes -and aeas r ed. He hsa cone hack as far as the
they address prayers to the spirits of
departed kings, sages, heroes, and
parents, and have idols of gold, wood,
stone and clay. Every one possesses
charms and spell, which are hung
Sjgut ihe necksthched in the clothes,
r'l.iML...( .tt;ui..:;.it.ll.-5C '
worthip only heaven and the earths
bvJt at the hour of death, not knowing
the true God, they send for the priests
uf false gods to prsy for them. In
health tbey laugh at the fooleries of
the more Idolatious sects, but ia nek
nets employ tne priests to oflVr m.
ses. write charms, riotr bells, fc.
Tht TWi, Tne following partic
ulars are derived from Dr. W.lth'a
Jofirn -frtim ' CnstanjlAhhl --tk-
Turks oride tbemselvta-on bU' .'
coianr sad desnise those who ara una
so.' Tbey think a man degraded who
unarraiauda anv other' lantmar tha. :
Turkish f and a fewyesri since, there,
could not be found In the empire a
Turk who was capable or willing to
hold a communication in a forcm
language. The Turks differ from the
r ranks f Europeans and Americans.
even ia their moat trifliog habits. The
Turkish barber, lo sh.ving, pushes the
rator from bin j the carpenter dr.we
the sw to him, all the teeth being set
in i the mason aits while -he Ura
Stones f and the scribe writes, not no
a desk or table, but on hia band, and
from right to left. Dr. W. observed
the Turks building a house t they be
gn at the top of the frame, aod all the
upper rooms were finished ad inhab
ited, while ail below was like a Ian
tern. It is more than four ccnturice
since the Turks eroaaeri from A.ia m
Europe j yes while all around them
------ - w . m9mmm OT
bWerkaW.sav aveaeaeawwna uwam' afkaa. . . srL. . a? .
lMMAaMas' ikaief Lea, Zt a,J ' ..'11
- --w- .. , m- r k viiair vn ya
and- are at jw.fXaime:puerilerrpreja.z.
n- a a a T ' ei.
iHvivrwiuMii vssvw. flaw StWU
diced, atubbord race, that left the
moontai'.a of Asia. '
Dr. Walsh says the road through tba
plains,' Xrom: Corfstaotiopple to ; tbe
Balkan mountains,' ia nothing more
than a path over the grass, every one
pursuing that he.prtfers. Ioj;he.'wio
ter travellers miss their way, aod n um
bers are every year found dead in the
snow drifts. Tbe first trees that Dr.
Wt oret, were more than 100 miles
from Conatantinopte. - -
-Br. The last North American"
Review contains an article on the
management of bees, written by a
gentleman who has, for seven years,,
had a colony of bees coder his imme
diate rrispectroaahd who hat' devoted'
much of hia time-to the observation of
their, habits,; customs and -manners.
tie saya the booer ; bee is a native of
every part of-th globev and that it lai
every where diatiDguished by the same
traiu, with the alighL tariatioo pro
qucedDygitmateY.i: It preseryev ths .
wa-lsame aiogutar economy the hollow
tree oi the lorest aou to the hive ot
the bee-shed it is tbe same in aS
situation and in all ages. The bee
never changes its foodf it forever'
from : the nectary of; flowers; The
'scent of bees is so acute that every
. a i n - a . m
flower which has a powerful odour, can
be discovered by them t a grtat die
taner. They resort to the dunghill
and the pig-pen, not for b ncv, but
for medicine. - They sometimes car
ry the juices of the peach aod of other
fruits to their cells. The average
number "f a hive or swarm is from 13?
to 20,000 bees. If the swsrra con
sists of 20.0PO, there are 1 9,499 work
ing bees, 500 drones, and Mr queeivr
or mother, "Oae" queen- laye all the
eg;a of a hive, and .she never leaves
the hive for a moment, except wheo
ne ,onn w,in new, BWWv
YneD queen oee uiea or leavca ins
hive, all the bees run about in great
agitation for a day or two, before they
make an effort to repair their loss.
Tbey then search for cells where
queen gg, eggs which will poduce
queens,) have been deposited they .
Tohrgehyaeeeits if ecessary,antL
enable the q ieen bee to grow, and she
the great pleasure of tbebeea, ,;.
This writer aaa it is disgraceful to
such . a country al tjurs to import wax
or honey y and that we ourselves
ought to export Ions of it every year,
Leiih of. Ze!Mr.f0dierr of
Switaerland,' has been lately eogsged
in investigationa on -; t3uaafiibject the. , .
feloTt iif lMth lf,"i
year 1590 and 1600, the aver" age durs
lion of life was eighteen yeara tie
months. From 1600 to 1700, men
lived, on-an average, twenty-three
yeara and seven months,. From 1815
to 1826 the, average was thirty yearly