ft.'Tfl ai'illU operation, fpm
.!Vfl. tlneolu'.m. N. C to
V -.- -Tiirmi'i Station. Tcftncaacci
b.cu i l ..ip;jj,fiMit from lUWitfh U
Knm;. . wi'l. fdt appear on examination
" " pt lf Mav8 iliinctliT'-r-r--..
Jtffl Kale!yinat.lnii, miles.
1 rmn 'Jif nte tn Mnrrantw. EG .,
I nm thence t A'lmtlc, - .
I'rm ilie- to t rm Kprtnjs, 3J
- JLiH,..to Newport, where this -
line inttWcctt the whety- -3tS. ,
Travellers (rem the south of lUleigh, and In
ht neighborhood, of. Fayrttevihe, will 15 ml it
much Ibe preferable and rVrteft route for thn
to travel to KnoxvihV, or that tection if coun.
try. That part of thia Tin from Aihville to
Warm Hprinjra, ptucs orrr new and elegant.
Turnpike KoJ, running the whole dislsnce oil
U tluff of the rif e r, f.ri!in(f to the traveller
it.e most romantic, picturesque end pleating
Tim s'age lines from Column's, B. C. a,nd Fjr
rtteviuV, S, C. Inttnect this line at Lincohitoii t
the line from Anguafa, Geo. Intersects it at Aih
ville, and the fine from Islington, Kentucky,
interacts it at Newport. Thm it will be seen
thfeUaciliiica are iflortJe lfur tratlleri to reach
any section of the United Slate ami ibe sub
scriber hopei ucfi manifest advantages, will
stcire bis tine (he support of adijcriminating
public. SAMIFL NEWI.AND.
JHtftuViuX- C. March 2 J, 1829. 3mt75
A LIST OF UTITKHS
trm T.7 MM M J In i't US' at Mry
U kL N. Carotins, the lit tbr of April. INt.
.-.TIMABf-rs B. Ff.I.TON, Sure-eon DentM,
V ret-reeiruCv lflfimOTihrWha,thcJf,
fettled In Satianury, and w.U praise Dentistry
ia that and the neighbouring town. He will
viait WadeaborV Charlotte, Uncommon, Con.
coiCltalem,- ieiuhanJ.JIilhlorl),, three
er four tinira a year. Thia arrangement wlff
give to hi patients .in ibe place, nearly all
lh'"aiMjlajf .of-a Permanent residence In
either of them, by peWittingTrerjueW exittln4
aUoni of lui previous operations.
As he is. it ytt, acquainted with but few of
the citizn of Saliatur,"he begs leave to tub
mil the following certificate from a Graduate of
the N w-Vork Medical College, and one of the
flint DeMists in the Union.
"I tlo herebv certify that the bearer. .Mr. C.
It. Prlton. aftrf bivinr fmrerlv prepared him-
if II by an eVenaiv cottie of Medical and Sur.
?ical reading, liaa taken instruction! ftm me in
entil-Sjrgery : and frm the dexirritv anH
Jamri H. Andcnoi
John Allen ,
Vaftilaa rlarringcf .
Joahua. Barber ,
ii3tl.. Hroea '
Rami. B'ack " '
U'aa. Uutncr vr
John Cam I
Ormond II. Cole
Rehrcca Uame r - -
Jne'pli Kincade ....
!t It. Ijdvrn (,
. , Jat l b I.i' glO
Joln f.inn -'''-i'
Wm. Link r; zz
Jaa. II. Martin
' Nancy M'Orkle
' Chancy Newton
Kern hen I'oolim
A. I). Philipe
Jermih Fat rick
Maria A. Ktfhcrnty
Jot. F. Krdman
Joim Heed, 2 .
Kfiiiheth Mobly ,
Noah Reed '
CitAKif UOAmwz-Kt WHiddinj
A. firtm j -8tml,
Jr. XV. Hall
l-aac A. Hall
M illiam Hivden
Marah A. Howard
i I ' . .."
akllt with wbich ha pertonna nil operationa on ; c"c "'"""
the 'eeth and mouth, I feel the utmost confi. 1 ""OTf vcuo
dance m recommending him t mv friends and 2.,'oro" onet
tbe r,..bnc tt a idWoua and acUntific Drnti(. ,Jo, ,
-t farther ctnfy. with treat pleaM-e. that du"
- ring an arWmtance rtCkTrarieara'trrir 1Wn4 Jtfc.Vv'f
PaHon, lelajjms!jiinfl n enaractee tor n-K . V
tU l.miirul worth, and Trr WW Xrt&vkitr lMw: b.v-Ut:,Oi .
of public natiwuge. v J)CCr A mi.TM, M . to. l - 1 ;J -----c;
3t6i :r .r: Hmtj nttuuiry alalts wi mNVrtn-VJaroiuvaL.
i k. n ot.i fi.V 'ion . j
,ptmm9.r,rf n-..94?.. MtCaLtSBCRO romTTI
John Simmona '
Charlei A. Stork
Ceo. H. It wink, 2
Jamct 5flliman -John
Edm'd. ?marf, or
Peter Trout man
1 hoa. H'omack
Fliiabeth Waller .
.Phillip Yoat. ,
9 M1ir RBEVtS, P. -W.-
She knelt, ahe praytd, I watched her eye,
A gtiatcning tear waa there i
1 haard htt H ih 'Wt
Ttie i ff t.le, fcrteut rayer. , .
6be deciited no littcning mortal near
w. To catch that gentle aigb j
Tbat in. there w to .He ler .. :,-,,.
' ' That gt tnmcd Ut Miti t itlZHZi.'
Put T)h I ahe kftearant fhe waa tlencd
To know, there wai an ear "
Tliat heard the breathing! of her breaftt
IlCTtiodaUfoUeaa fteaj t
. Tii a paaaion, 'tta a pain, .
' W hi' h we cherlah, yet complain
f Tt a aoft eil'iwita anguuh,
Which deligbta, with which elanguiib
Full of tormenta, lull of joja,
Now it pleaat i, now annoya
Tia a pettlew, tickling flame,
All may feel, but none can name i
Tie a aympatby of eooja,
Tbat every Jarring thought controula
Tia nature'a cbi'd, yet full of art, V '
Tit aomctUiag U.at inflamea the heart ;
Hut would you all i a nature find,
Prop my ferae and read the mind.
On, w itb the apangled banner, on i '
Let cowada atay behind
Tbe flaab that telle tf victory trim
Will atrike a craven blind.
The ailk which ghttera in the light, -
Will ceaae itt iolda to' wave,
U 'ncath it, in the hour of fight.
Are any but the brave. r
-.And.F.hrtn' upon mountain ateep.
u Drouiert who me pme'
Rt.fs.nacU. At WattooWV ''JSrlTTaai;
ts r.. i v.. a x
a.'iv'V rr;7CT"ff:v, Befjnn.in Steward . Harriet 6leardf
and HJ. AtBeatietFord; Dr. L.M, Cuit-J. tl ' "
.... ... nix r,n(mir hvnfif Trip - hmiM nf 4 ttiilp
' gJt'PERIK Court of law, Ul term, 1S28 1
At Concord) J hi nil I (Wtmmn ft
-MeawnlJalubjiri-. A .lciy nrf f11 '" tl"1"1 ' ",J' Xhf
Dr Smith ...... v puijlioiion be made m weeka in the Wettern
.J i u o an.t4iii iro Carolinian," for (he drfendant to appear at our
laiier ibc ia jn wivrcn,- iy, anu pieau. ainwer
or newmrywr wwa cU1iqu win Jt ."?? rr
and decreed accordingly. 6tto
J. M. IIUTrHISON, c. A f.
FOR S.4I.E r
IIIC aubacrlbera wl!! aell, trithfwt fLL at
Mocktville, on Friday, the 15th day of May
next, on acommodating term a, the moat valuable
Plantation in the county of Rowan. The tract
il lituafrd in the Forki of the Yadkin, on Cedar
Creek, and contairatetween
400 and 500 Jlcm ; ..
the dwelling honae ia new and commodious with
auiMble out-houara, and a atill-houe: the Tlan
tation is in excellent repair. The healthinesi of
the aiiuation, and auprrior fertiti'y of the toil,
five thia plantation eswVprtftwance, Dor all the
purpoara of agriculture, over any in tbw county.
Alio, will be aold, at the aame time, the 7'or
"trik ILme m Mookiville, accommodated with
oat-houaea, ataSlet, garden, kc. being aa eligible
actuation for that bu'ineaa at any in the county i
and two other liouaea and Lot in Mockville.
Pertona wiahing to purchase, may call on the
euhaciiben at any timo before the dav of aule.
I. P. JONES,
B. G. JONES,
rcA 16A, 1829. 6l64 JN'O. CLEMENT.
- - - Sale of iautV
Or, daaliing o'er the rouinr deep, - e :v.
damn kindred with the trine,-
Still bear the banner boldly on
Ttie rnrpeand LagU'a aurnw ,
Bear it, at brilliant lo the sun,
AH tcatkieta in tbe storm.
Gentle reply lo an. aged Suitor.
Why ihua preia me to compliance f
hy oblige me to rciase r
Though I abrink trom your alliance.
Yet a younger I may chooie.
Tit a atate l li ne'er ditparage,
Nor will war against it wage :
I do not object to marriage,
wui uojcci to marry age.
A Taatris cor autoa wire iiiu.
The mountaina are God's altara, on whoae aides
Silence, the pan nt of deep thought, abtdes ; -Ilia-
matin- aong the hour when morning breakt,
And the glad heart to gratitude awke:
And He who from the world a U mtttauoni nica
Totu "o imiriTl'i retireJ n'riil.C.r. K
trecta ajtemblc to his God more hohr " r'
Than any luilt 5liuflan -pride wWiyVi.
A colonel, by chronicles Tate, It appear,
In at) le gave a fcait to hit crack volunteers.
4ht ilil"f t airrcgjjpdj, 'btil the gbaaset o aouU,.
Ilia honor could hardly dnux any'iram-
NF.CKLKMBl'RG COt'NTI I
EBIirUlY aesaion, 1829; Jamea Ncely it
th heir at I iw of Wm. Barnett, dre'd
Caveat to a will. It appearing to the satisfaction
resident ol' thia atate, viz i Mary A.me, Jane
The commamlint theo thua, to hia right and left
ftod, JSMsntk mn CAaTnet'sclrinar to the
mmhei ! at trtt and till they be tut
into complete cultivation, a lourcc of
Dr, IcCulIoch, who hai recently
published a work on the subject, tatea
aa 1i aopinion, that whatever malaria
may be originally, in comtinition wtih
atmospheric air. it it a chemical com
found, acting and acted upon, and
lometimea tfcttr'crcd : bf- chemical
agenta and" "iflloUie,"AecrrUioc - to
hi nip It ir"a -eotnpf und of . citro;en
ox gen, hygromctrie vapour, and a
baan tf lleteriou ciiiractermiasma i
Cqvcrned by the Uwa of motion that af.
feet the atmospKere generally,"" 7-
The matter of malaria appears to be
connected with, fogi, rrj'ntj, vapour,
aod moist atmosphere generally. It
Is more easily propagated by the
damps of the night air, than in mid
day, A dry air is 'seldom a cooduc
' at 1 am. m
tor4ot miasma. J he Italians say,
however, that after 10 o'clock at night
the air . ceases to be deleterious,
Mere moisiorc however iu a' healthy
country is net injurious.
lo general, it is said a generous diet
avoiding excess, both in eating and
drinking, contributes to maintain
health in malaria countries. Fires io
the rooms 'in the evening and morn
ings, even in warm weather, are of
undoubted uic, where malaria prevails.
That the noiaon of marshe-conu.
ttd ia antmalculae, i4V Dr. tnvad.
mgtne oooy inrougn tne iung, somr
times through the stomach also, a
speculaiioo that datetas high as Lu
cretius, Varrftand' Columella j which
was rtoxwed io the days of the micro-
ticopebyJiircJier and others, and ap
pears to have fouoTiarourwirii-Lro
Dr." Mr supposes "that it is a poi
sonous Gas, decomposable by the auo.
His reviewer, however, in the Ameri
can Quarterly, No. 8, adheres to the
Review itself. .
Other diseases, besides intermittent
and remittent fevers, are sometimes
attributable to this cause. Mr. Mc-
Culloch is inclined to a.cribeto this
cause the . following list of diseases :
Yellow Temiticnt, atMl wfrvons fever.
Dysentery, diarrhacs, cholera, vtsceral
obstructions, dropsy r obstructions of
the fivef artdrapkenj -:Aeuralgia(.and
particularly that farm of it the tic dolo-
reux. 10 wnicii tne reviewer, is in
clined to add, dengue, scrofula, goitre
rheumatism, tooth ache, sciatica, and
Dirorce.A Uw Las L'ceo tile'J by
the legislature prov'idiag that when a
woman shill be divorced, the Caurt,
passing such decree shall have power
to assign to her, for lur use, all the
personal estate which her husband re
ceived by reason of the. marriage j and
such part of the pcriouat estate of tbrT '
husband, as may be necessary f r her
cornfoit, and the support of such chil-
drcn.ai maybe assigned to Uir I cue
The wife also tQ Knld airprorni()rv'"
uotesand Other chores in action, bttJUJI.
longing to her before marriigefand all
le gaticf to htrj- and p rsooat. proper tZ.
tyfin every ayjpptrtatnirtg tu lur itj
her ojrn right. Boston Traveller, ' "
Learning ly , 5?. A few dayj
ago the master of an evening' school -
in a village near Cheltenham, was en-,
deavoring to beat the alphabet into',
the head of ens' of his scholars, but he
found the task almost hopeless. - Tht?
master, enragtd at the boys stupidity
showing him the, letter A, asked him
whether he knew thatjetter? "Ees"
zur,w was the reply. " WKat is it,'
thrtJsaid the master. 4I doant
nowttur,w answered the boy, ' How
is that, sirrah j you said you knew it
but just this minute ?" Ayt zur, so
I dus I noze un very' well by sight t
but, drot me if I caa Ve'collect hi
a av .a
neame ! ijonaon naner. .
Arr old hachelour, Jn the New York
i .1 . "i"' - - -
lvv!i a .1 - r.'H"tll"ir J'--.--
1..II, 2.irn.TiT.--taaa aTar.t.-43TAaveruaer, rexoBimcnaa-. io
Cried-'-Coloncl. here'a hardlr enoueb for a ! those in vvanV 6f a tedftlbwptd" take
to bed, these cold nights, a piece of
soap! tone, about the size of two bricks,
thoroughly heated, which will impart
a gentle warmth until morning. The
article should be put into water until
This is about as
' "'Bprfgin Rxwm nd Surry Counties
JEijSR KERBY and Thomsa 0k ixecri
of Saml Kerby, vt. William C. Bird and
txhrtt Supreme Court, December term, 132'1
By virtue, of a tUarp iihiIp in Ilia tlmvg caiie.
I shall expose, to public sale, before thw court
house doqr, in the town of Saiiabury, v Mon
. day the 18th day of May next, about acres
A o.f land, be the aame more or lesa, th Tad-J
ktn Tt!ve7lhits eoMrrttee-fwryjiiid Jlowan,
"It tMuivtft'elr:lf''lMid byw'l lerhv
"-??;ii---liia--ltfe VirefJcmathanxrUon-Terms of
.rsl,,aix, t, iind eigteini jSfmOSstrediT,
jtjhe parchae.r entering into Bond with approved
.Sbft:laiMLjlt.Hjretajie4.iiitil the pav rntnt ut tie"
"mm?sn ftduOe moneys
Malaria. Marsh exhalation, ter-
cpur4that thellawUig named persons :. gomethin? which oritinates from it- ceases hissing.
rcsuicntn n Biicf iti i'try rt.'rnr, June ' ' 4 r - , - l. l f I t -
Dale, Eiixtbctb Rnwn.fieid, Martha Falla, Ann vccetablei having grown, die and the one they iormcrly used in some
llart, wiiiiam usnett ant -Margaret. JJarneU,
ehiltken f Abraham and Mary Uarnettt Wm.
Harnett, Samuel Bamett,and Sutan Erwin, chil
! drn of Samiel and Margaret Barnett i Dorcas
t'athey, daughter of W m. and Mary Elliott, and
Wm. White, granusort of the aamei Ann Rar.
nett, wife of Thomaa Barnett, dee'd. Thomaa
Barnett, George Barnett and Sarah Elms, chil
drrn of the aaafe; Jhn Porter and Mary Or.
mand, children of Jamet and Ruth Porter, dee'd.
.1 a met Barnett, and the children of Thomas
M'Hee, dee'd. (names unknown t) it is there,
fore ordered that publication be made tix weeks
-ituht jttern Carolinian, notifying the aaid
heirs to appear at our nexfCDUTtof-plesaand
ejairr rsessibni'tv.bJteld:'j4b ftuunty.pn
the 4th Monday of May next, then'arefteretrr
ahew cauae, if any they have, why probate of
tne lat will antl tettament of Wm Barnett,
lpuxrefyjL. The general conditions ne- parts of tbe country when herrings or
cessary to produceMtaTrt--warmPUuerPame scarce toara spring,
temperature of the atmosphere, and . Toproduce that excitement of the pal
dead vegetables putrefying in a moist ate. whith caused their dry potatoes
place. Vegetables that die and be-jto relish well, and for which herrings
come disorcani2ed n a dry place, or or outtcr are so weu caicuiaiea, tne
aw a I
in com weather, do not appear to pro
dee'd. ahoufd not be had."
- - ot66 ISAAC ..ALEXANDER, c.
.."Estate ol wSiftr "3oi&tt)iv.
TriE SubscriberaV Extcutora of the last will
and testament of Maty Johnaton, late of
...Itowan county, dee'd. request all perennt hav.
irg c'aima against jald estate to preMnt them
legally authenticated, within the time recribed
- ..-by or this notice ill be lead in bar of
f., their recveryi and alt peona tntkbted.
desired to make payment immediately.
- i - THOMAS CRAIGE, - .
1 NATHAN CORNEL,
! Vnv 20A, 18'. i - 3mt7!
Driving to FayctttriUe,
"WfJiTILL fiml it to their advantage, to itop at
If V the Uejon TarO, where evefy ton,
venience is pfovided rbr Man and H arse, to make
themtcomforlable, at the moderate charge of 25
cents a dayand nighfo the privilege of the
Tan), the use of a good honse, fire, water, and
Attached jto the Yard, are
- State cit V otU-Ij aYoUna.
WEC1EJiBl'RO 0JITY :
k9 -Marion Tanner Mv; John Tanner, yetitien
fordivoice. tt lparmte wtialacUon cf
JMconrt, in this ease, that tbe. defendant re-
Hdes, beyond, the ntmts ttiaAutea..UtUereil,
ihejefgre. that pubHcation"te made aiz weeks in
the , Western ,Cvi!roraf,';"
tiji iwt ii inir ueai uicnr coun ui w m ot
held tor Mecklenburg CDtinty,- w the. seventh
Monday, Ifter thwftMiMh Monday in March next,
then and there to answer plead or demur, to said
petition j 6theriae it will be taken pro con
fesso and heard ex parte. 6t66 '
r J. M. HUTCHISON, c. t. 1. 1.
fttatc of tolrtvHaTpiia,
CtPT.niOR Court of law, fall term 18287x11-
& za Cox fs. Wm. Cox t Petition fur Divorce.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that
the defendant ia not an lnhttbitant ot this State ;
Ordered, therefore, that publication be made aix
weeks in the Western Carolinian, that he ap
pear at our next superior war, of law, to be
held for said county, on the seventh Monday af
ter the fourth Monday in March next, then and
there to pWad- answer or demur, to said peti
tion i .otherwiae it wiH be taken pro conlesso
and, heard ex parte. N ' 6t66
cf..V. , .W fe J. Mv' irCtCHlSON, et eves In
duce this infectious malaria. The
months of July, August and Septem
ber, including, io warm climates, one
half of October, are the seasons when
this pestilence-chieflvlprey ails.
to be a gas, acting by its chemical
properties ; by- others it is supposed to
f an rTftltfttTtrmT-rfft
process of mastication was enlivened
by a frequent extension ol the fore
finger towards a bunch of herrings
hutig in the corner of the room, or to a
lump of Gutter upon the . table cf the
size of a walnut, liussavorv dish
was tailed potatoes and point;
An Irishman's idea of Insurance.
A recently caucht' son of the
The ancient opinion is that this dele- Kmerald Isle, wai "otiug (as-
terious qualityof the air is owing ibiphrase'is lighted to his lodgings in the '
yiicrtons -are a ware,.of ihe
tent io which rnalaTria ifTectr
said by iomeintdiw
source of more than halt the mortality
I which depopulates "rnaniind. It de
,aftf -prre nail irom tne yaiue oi uic
m iiouaou. ana nrooamy h mutu io
It.ly, Id a -large- portion of the
the proportion must be nearly a large,
at least so far as the white population
is concerned "
Nor is it the mere production of in
dividual disease that forms the great
Jcock-Ioftof one of the Babel-lilce Ho
tels so common in New York, After
itd. PfVtoMQa Btore. Bread Shun and Conkc
- tki.rr and s ButtseTor 'taV.ji-'atVclBfe
jSrv-rr-n,t: im,U)tt.l land sold bv order of writs on-eiirfeHt
'tyu&Uity!ijJ minute turer-at .
rittsburgh, h4S.(fontrived a proc'cinrjr
which he rtcucet job printing ia his
loom ! " He has woveo aeverali cards,
whTchVxhib1r,napon httr tirfacr hi-.
name, residence, the articles be has
Lfpi:Sij;iw4"c " aid in beautiful
letters. This is dofc bytffereiisc!--.
ours, and sometimes entirely by the
raised threads'of the fabric -: Had thia .
man lived in the land ct steady habits.
during the Salem Witchcraft,' his
ingenuity would have cost him cleat.
Dots in Horses. A correipondcnr
of the American Farmer, in speaking
of remedies . for the Dots in hone,
says: I knew a Farmer of foftjr
years experience, who told me that he
peyerj lW'a horaejBrjlhbottst and he
was one t)f the mos extensive breed
jers- in. ibis, couotyv 1 Ii PIfctice wit
atorayi to gtve his norses, particHurTy
while ia the; stablrj: t)ne? handful-of "
salt once a week to ejeh horse. Th!r
practice I have followed on my farm
for t w ent y yeatsdJjQs vex jaw jne
ol mv horses aimcTe-auy-ootts fl am ;
also, .considerable breeder. As a
feed or young stock' of that" kind,! -
made" great us-or"arrotsf',oa.i,,.see.
. , .. i t .. ."
none tnat iook Dcucr or nave ocuer
growth than my ovrn,
How to cure a Red , Tose. The
following recipe ' to cure a red noit"
is given in a little work published
w ithin these fewr days, and entitled The
Simplicityof Health:-1' Put a-sub .
of linen, folded and soaked in vinegnr,
on the organ affected, when going t
bed j" arjoVthere ufTer.i t to re m ai n till
v till I . "t:i"r--
morring. e snail ne nappy to near
rom any of our red-nosed iubscri-
ber if such we have, that the experi
ment has succeeded.
A ship going over Charleston bar,
with a' negro pilot o'u board, the cap
tain asked him- what water 6he was
in I to which he answered,
I know that," re-
lplitd.thc,.Cptain ; ' But l)OW-
water u there i ' "lin, rffassaryuu
tink me bring pint cup for mcasurs
mischief of . malaria. - M. j?pdef e.h
his Traite de JUedccine legale, ob
serves that it stints and debilitates the
population, even where there is no par
ticular disease. It has been supposed
that .salt marshes are not productive
of malaria. This is a mistake. The
areaoia Normandyj Greece, Italy,
Sicily . and Bardiniarr In Holland the
severest seasons of fever have succeed
ed irruptions i of the sea. . JSlill ponds
aieeoWn to us as productive of
Pat came all at once tota; dead" stand
said htf addressing his guide,,who was
tike wise an Irishman mffii Pdget
iMiheraach :iJi?,!k,;5o.ii. should
the edifice take fire, what is tabecomei
of Jrjatrick :Q'lamr.oo.sT.mg;.hajway
up to. the mbonT.dpnoii--TatKr
hang on a peg, i.ri one "of the lower.
Irooms so I had!" "Now, did you
ever hear therlike o that," said he with
the light.-T-' Talk of the house burn
IngfiTpTw he n tt - is - Insured I. . I hara
'A Baptist Church lot he tipper part of
the City of New-York, 'haft been purcbav
d:fariiks Frances YnKht. We ba
seew nrenosii urns mill e:vNewTrt ps
peri occasbriallyi for th dfspoial of tbrr
well to let Miss.. Fanny have this buildi".
and 'jawtfr-fo h ia soct,a baibiwB
petticoated roM 'ikee1itrt
-it is iad enough to seea man spoutw-i
communitf but when ac?oman (akes h
l. .... I r .ik.a nnirreiVatlO!.
. - a
hnnt her fnr thn numosei of hearing
quisitonssgaitfat rnarriajje, nd the Chris
fel.h hnil h.,r(..nniifyh 7ijr-7aAir err-?fmahcJNTew Yorker a'"
vuaaaj vwa w " & . v 1 - - aWiSMal.
a st 4 a Vi "' I i tiiAWa.llfkrV 1 hutt awnillfl fin I II C IU "
roe tftatbetoref Bo tnen-.puu a-neaa,i hv . . " jft-Btb
. n,t ni fnlMw vim. anV as mucr, creoii oy Phuii.8v
Tike it, to the top o the chimney. Camden Journal
- ocnonarte nrpuoacan.
iltl aCmnsTU bark of a
willow tree, burnt to ashes, mixed with
strong yinegar and applied, tij the
oarts. will remove . warts, corns, or
SI W ' .- - - c
has chaUencfed Mr. Forrest to meet
in anv town in tne woueo r
tO Tead frnrn Traced r. and Mr.
Scripture i to ste irho caa ptoSace
. purposes ol
X tuation for
nd two oth
part of toc-bpriy,- rei effect.