IT V rnmunce f a d -ere f th
i't' f r Fl itn eounly, the !cri una
Mtiier will trU, at nubl.c audio i, on tUe 5 nl
hyof Mvni' at the Cotirt-lbu H
huryi rct of bn.J, hi thp rftprfy of tt'il-
'JUro llm.iton, rtecM. lung on (irsnt't Creek,
rear M4csi SliM, enjoining William I'ioktoi.
thr canuiitoiit 331 Scrl,e
location, be in nrsr a gwl mill, and within tin
- - -... cm,-,,:-,,! Usance of 2 rrr 3 milrt fnxn Salit.
..-. .tt! ,.r h , u rJerl fir the "r'moc of
talking diviiifi anwng the bcifi of lue lte
' proprietor j ami i emlil iflwtlre trtrmtht U of-
k,ierti tQUlh$.MK'1,'!i "ponh'u K,fint
Vri..vi'.h approved teennty, for tl.e jurchae money,
end a LU ma a urine umr upon Hmpmntou
; SAM L. rilum.vn, c. m. c .
tA'Mlk Cartiina, lltwan ctuntj .
C'M,RTof pleasant! quarter aeMiont, Frbru
ry term, 1829 i Diannali Newton, it. Nil.
Jan I laden, Knbert lladen, Jadithao M-irr tn
Margaret bit wifet Peti'iotl, partition of land,
it tppetringto th saUsf-iCtion of the court, that
lie defendants tr not Inhabitant! of this Hate,
Jt lltherefore ordered by the ewtrt Hut rmbU
.ation be mule for iiz weeks tucceuitely in the
Weitern Carolinian, that (he dr-fcmWi appear
t oar neit court of plea and quarter testiont
4o be helJ for the county, of Rowan, at the court,
houae ia Haliabury, on the third Monday in May
next, then ami there to plead, antwer or demur
to taid petition, or the taaiu will be taken pro
ronfeno, aad beard ex parte. ,
M7 i NO. GILES.
Jlrman Sufteritr Court l,awt Jpnliefm, 18CV
MATILDA HNKSTON vt. Peter 1'inkaton j
petition for dirurce. In thit cac, it ap
ptarinr to the aatifaction of the court, lut tbe
defendant it no an ifiUVtit of ibis State, it it
.-therefore ordered by the court, that publication
- " ha made furetx "weeks". the Western tVobY
nian, printed in th town of Salisbury, tbat de
fendant appear at the neit court to be held for
tbe county of Rowan, on tbe aecond Monday af
ter the 4th Monday in September next, and
I1''' aniwer, or demur to fid, petition, or
- - lgrwot pro confcMJ be tnltred, and tb
Dime b heard ei parte. Witorta, II. Cilet,
Clerk of aakl court, t office, the 2d Monday
tfter tbe 4th Mondiy in March, A. U. 1829.
. .. . 6168 ...H"". CU.ES, C,Ck. S. C.
StivU XotUi-VldtoUna, '
ST.TF.niOR Cnurt or lw, U terra, 1828:
(tarion Tarfner vt John Tanner, Petition
for diirnrCe. It appearing to the taiiffuclion of
the court, in thit cate, that the defendant re.
tiJ' betnnd the limid ofthii Statn t Ordtrrd, 1
then fure, that publication be made aix weekt hi
the Wrtlern Carolinian, fur tbs drfendant to
tppear at our next tuperir court of law to be
liehl for Mecklmbiirjr county, on the teventU
Monday, after tbe fourth Monday in March nxt,
then and thereto antwer plead or demur, to laid
petition other ue It will be Uken pro totli'T
State of X oTU-VaTona,
.MMKUtSBORO tOfiHTIi .
- rOl PF-RIOR Court of law, fall term, ) 828 j EI5-
P Vm, Cox r Pctitidri n.r mtmxi
It a.prannKMo the aatyfaction of tr,e court, that
the defendant U not mi iobabilanl of -thit 8(ae r
"OrdtTed; ftierefiirr.that pubiiMtioa be-madtiixl:"
weeka lt the-Wea'crn Carolinian, thjt he ap. T
-fieK) fir taidcouuty, on the teventh Mondav af-
4f ttocfbtrrtb Mrwday MMarl Meat, Utea.aiul
" nautd heard n putt-- HSt&tf T
J. M. HUTCHISON, f. .7;i. :
MECKLK5BCR0 COCNTI I
STTCPIOR CoUrt of law, fall term, 1828 1
Drr.jamin Steward ft. Harriet Steward
fefiftoH fordirorce. The-deferdant in -thit
oaie residing beyond tlyt limitt of rbe ttate, at
apnrart to the court j ordered, therefore, that
ptuilirafion be made lix weeks in the Western
Carolinian, for the defendant to apprgf at our
next luprior court of law, on the 7ih Monday
alter the 4tb in March, 1829, and plead, antwer
tir demur, or thit petition will be heard eiparte,
and deeretd according!. . . 6t&
-r-4., I1UTCHIS0N, c. e. t, L
StiU of NoTU-UftroUna,
.S MCCELK5BCR0 COVtfTT 1
JSIEBRI'ARY aewion, 1829: Jamet Neely vt.
.Lv. the heira at Lw of Wm. Barnetl, ilec'd.
Caveat to a will. A appearing to the aatitfaction
(heir at law of Wm. Barnett dee'd.) are non
rejidtnia of Jb.il state, viai fary Apie, Jane
ie,' Elisabeth Broomfieid, Martha" Falli," Ann
- - Ilart, W'lllitt flaraett and .Margaret JUrnett.
ehildren trf Abraham and Mary UarncttivWau.
ParutU, Samuel Barnett, and Soan Erwin, chiU
3ren ci samuetand Mxigaiet Bunett Dure
- Cathey daughter of Wm.and Mary Elliott, and
Wm. White, prandaon of the tame t Ann Bar-
" " mtt wSfeof Thomas ltaraettrde.Them
Barnett, George Barnett and Sarah Klm't, chil
dren of the same j John Porter and -Mary Or.
-mand, children of Jamet and Ruth Porter, dee'd.
- Jamti-Harriett; and the-children "of f homai
- fore rdered that iHibCcAtion be tewiif.'eefa"
5o Jbe Weitem
tbt Monday pt May next, then are there to
-acjassanxtheyWewby. probate of
the .Jast will and tcrtamehrof wra.'TiiHett,'"
dee'd. iriould not be had; ' ,
6t66 ISAAC ALEXANDER, e i.t.
WAGONERS, r ;
, v Driving to FaycUecille,' ;
"iRTII.L find it to their advantage, to ttcp at
- ft the-: ff'ajon Yard, where every con.
' '.. -1 .1 f ft. , .. .
-ventencc irproviaea lornan ana none, to make
. , , . . . .... ... . . .
. , item camwriainev at toe moderate irg- ot 35
r VjjnU day and night, for the privilege- of the
.Yard, the use of a good house, fire-, water, and
shelter, r Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
' .'in4 Provision Store, Bread Shop and Confec
, ;4 tionary, and a Houae for Boardera awj Lodgers,
in i plain, cheap, - wholeiome and eomfort.
able atyle Pavrtfrmlle, M April, 1828. . .09
.Vegto attto Wncv
OX 4h ,dy, vetk, .or month j he ia able
7g JaU bodi4imd aper at raost kindtof wotkv
The fMitv'ing linrl are tho production of i
little only ettftit jreari of a;;!. V. T , C'tur.
TO A LARk.
Warblinf metcrifr of mom,
Trll nn, tell me, it it dwn?
Ah ! I bear by thy m ecf.cry, "
That iu momin; t thitie eye. '
Loiely bird hrl I aproadt,---------
- bing ct one of ih; ire ct note, ; -- - -
TliouS the harbinjrer of tprinf,
fliuuU ctme la m?.ot h i lihf '"?"" "
' And tbe blatlbirj charm my ttffr ' "
Wilh notet melo'liotit and e.Uar,-..
-Ahldurrj.li.rl,atil wjlt tlwa b ,- .
. Aurora't menenfer to tne,
JilELOr)r...i . truoa-rr. ,
''" ffVo'n bri t nari.lh'arreni he hlgtriv
etch lMtul dwcliinK t;)ttere j
Where kindred tpirita reunite,
Whom dea.th bat torn awnder herej
How eweet it were at once to die.
And h tUii 8lig hted orb aCr 1
Mix aoil and aoul to c!eat tbe tky,
And foar away from ttar to iter 1
Ilut, oh ! now dark, and drear, tm lone,
Would ircrri the brighteit worki of Mia,
If wandering through each radiant one,
We fail to find the loved of thit !
If there no more the tiet thai! twine,
1 bat dcath'r coll hand alone can lever,
Ah ! then, tborfe ware in mockery thine,
Mure liatefal, at they thine forever!
U cannot be : each hope and fear,
That iighti the eye, or clouJa the brow,
Procbimt there ia a happier tphere
Than thit bleak world tbat bold Ultiow.
There if voice tlut nrfow be ana.
When bv'i't weight iife't galling coa,in i
Ti htave !hat biapjri " dry 1hy teara,
-.Tm pure m htarj haUjmej aauJ
FROM TOE AMAH I DAI! I AllVCRTIirR.
UAIID llll.0 v.
Tit bard to love a pritty girl,
When ihe caret naught lor yon,
"And day bydayiw te. obliged - - - .
Her witching cha. mt to view.
Tit fcard to if ft our fondeit hopei
Ulitfhtcd while in their bloom.
To are a loig-lov'd frienfl depart
Unto an earl tomb
'Hi hard to ire a great mind bow
Reneath miifortunc't blast,
And e the rad rewntirm of worth
To dark oblivion citti
'Tit hard, when fortune'i wont to iWile,
To have her frown on you.
And then the one you thought your frienxli,
Withdraw their favon too.
Tn hard to tee the rich oppreat
And tcrew the needy poor,
And turn away with fmiolence,
The otgtr from their door7 ''" :
Tia bard to have a wif whaaecru'd - .
All wilhng"r a and grace, "
But 'forVafortnTglit you ar ired,'
is have ber alap yonr face r
An bortpit and a temperate life j
6 deanriifi with the apnt hecary
And from tlii mavim never vry,..
On no awount engage in ttrifej
Be mudetate in vour anneliw-.
--rAmatcmen.1 'Ukie iitid eircirf
Avoid the caret trYaf rifrwIejJ
Tn emmtry-walkttak-l.Le!igbi: ..
"t.ittle xonfiiieineni mutU enjoyment
"An i continuit rmploj merit. -
' .Q '
A HIGH StOlVS COMrMMFXT.
Orphcua could lead tbe lavage race,
And treei uprooted left their place,
equaciouauf tbe lyrej
Jlul bright Cclia raited the wonder higher;
When to her organ vocal breath waa given.
An Angel heard and itraight appeared,
Miitjkking earth for heaven. .
One to destroy ia murder by te law : .
And gibbets keep the lifted hand in awe.
To murder thoumndt taket a tpecious nwne.
War'a gloriout art, and gives immortal fame.
Tit in sorrow commene'd, and endeth in imiles,
It ia alio tbe end of our woei and our ilea.
It Tivet in the midst of, and boundi all our wishes,
TnffHwTcef la lcn"etry dajrirrordbbe.-
But although the' commencement of iliarno and
of fin. "" . . .
Yet with saints, as with sinners, 'tis sure to
In sincerity, firrtyet" It endeth lri TieaT"
And lattly, fair ladjrr, it it in your own eyei.
(From ttie Providence B.L) Evening Gazette.
ECONOMY in a FAMILY.
"There Is nothing which goes so far
fairs; It is as much "impossible to ieet
a shijp-across the Atlantic with half a
hules in her bottom. It matters not
whether a man furnish little or much
for his family, if there is a continual
leakage in the kitchen, or In the par
lour i it run away, he knows not
how j and that demon, icastc, cries
more4ik hof s leeclVdaugiiieirjr
til he that provides has nomore to
CiveX' It is; the husbands duty, to
bring into the house, and it is the duty
of the wife to see that nothing goes
wrongfully out of it 'f not the least ar
tfclc, however .'unimportant in itself,
for it establishes a precedent t nor un-
uer anypreiencei lor opens tne door
fcjc rum to 6tjlltln? and,hc actdojn
leaves an opportunity tinirriprov'eJ.
A nan gets a wife to look after his
ufUirs j to aitist him jn Ins journey
through life I to educate and prepare
Ms children for a proper station in
life; and not to dissipate his property.
The hutband's interest should be the
wife's tare; and her greatest amotion
carry Jur .jio further than his welfare
and happiness; together,, with that of
ner cniiurcn. i nis snouta uc ncr soie
ai m f and the theatre of her exploits is
in the bosorrt or her laraiiy, wtiere rre
may" "do "as "much'towardi Hmakraga
TortunTai'lie'posslbty eacr In ihe-toarj-
the money eametl that makes a man
wealthy j' -11 U what U wrcri Jf o.rn his
earnings. A good and prudent hus
band makes a deposit of the fruits' of
nis.iaDour.wiiQ nis ocsi ineno r aou u
that friend be not true to him, what
hashe'to hope; if he dare not place
confidence in the companion of his bo
som, where is he to place it f A wife
acts not for hersHf only,; but she is
hound t J aet for thtir good, and not
for her own gratifications. Her hus
band's good is the esd at which she
shonld aim, his approbation is her re
ward. Self gratification to drcfS, or
indulgence in appctUct or more com
party than his purse can well enter
tain, are equally pernicious. The first
adds vanity to extravagance j the se
cond fastens a doctor's bill to a long
butcher's account, and the latter bringi
intemperance, the worst of all evils, in
its train. -
. FJUMUfG. ,
" Agricnlturrf-8 tpractised. to mod
ern timei, and particularly ia-thia
country, embraces more objects and
requires toe exercise of as much and
great variety qTtalcnts, as constant
and persevering. aUentl66 s any
pursuit In life.
A good farmer must have a good
garden, a jood orchard, good stock,
gx)d grain, good meadows, good en
closures, and must know how to keep
them so. He roust watch the state of
the market, and above all he must
see if uthers have excelled him in their
possible, tu ascertain the cause, and
avail himself of their betterskilL
' - The presertation-of manure, iW.Spr
plication, the effects of -amgatipnct
t draininrr-" axstTriin?. hrescTVlDir SOu
if k,.:.. anA .lnrr
taking, are of stock, .Jjf-c. if-c. ought
all "to "undergo hrrinspectiwv, nid be
.. i .1. ; .i
SUDJCCI n nwTcmarrs in innr prosreas
ol Recti the object intenaea.
fthe-samc pursui ts is to snitghUn
every way that can afford benehoai re
sults. The interchange x ci vihttefi
occupied in comparing our views on
subjects which engross our daily at
teation and jronduce to our support and
comfort in the social family" circle, are
Ufbe encouraged," but those; that em
brace whole communities are to receive
our open countenance and zealous
Methodism.-?. n was in the year
1729, just a centurjr ago, that John
IVesleu, aided by two or three of his
fellow students at the University of
Oxford, commenced the work .of re
forming the morals of the great body
of the people of England, and especial
ly those of the lowest and most neglec
giotjsTeachers of the Country were
chieflyjhose of the Established Church
and .but Little Dams were taken to in
duce .disorderly persons, wh'6"'i"epraT
ii distancd IfonTChurch, sntltTy-th'wg
like Religion, to change their course
and the nttmbef -these, was far.irom
being inconsiderable. - Wesley y and
hia -associates at College, moved by
ihis state of things, begart by visiting
plan of establising Itinerary Preaching
throughbur the 'Kingdomy iwhiehi at
first met With much opposition. " The
travelling Preachers having no settled
places, in which to address the peo
plerheldforthln the Streets, or in aoy
nlace where thev tould assemble few
ay - . f
persons together, and were fretjueritlv
abused, by - boys
and disorderly persons, pelting them
with dirt and other missiles. But
nothing could prevent Wesley from
pursuing his object. His zeal and
perseverance, and the 2eal and perse
verance of his disciples,, overcame
every obstatle, and at this time the
Methodist Meetings in many parts of
Englapd arc the most unmcrotisly aM
' tended Tfoifsds cf Worship, ftor did
his zeal stop here t .Vr. Walty deter-
mined to visit this Country, and rouse
up the neglecters of Ucligious Wort
ship here altoi and the present sttua
lion of the Jh lhodist Church through
out tne Union, shews tne complete
success which crowned his efforts.
And this venerable, excellent man, had
the gratification to live to tee the frui
of his labours, and in his old age, to
visit his Churches throughout Great
Britain, whera Uio tiaands.of Jiiidiscj-
pies met to worship their-Maker, and
where: like ah Apostle, bwemild grate
fully say, " ThcteartTny Children in
Me hard t it is from my labour it-and
fremtIi.klQurt,(J 'Jh'ost, chom I
have induced 10 (ram una -preach tM
Gospel, thai tftacwwhippingJlssem
blics have been gathered chiefly from
tne off scouting of the peopled Jteg
, ' . A DANGEROUS THEORY, '
Plccbe was rather prettv, and
thought herself beautiful. She had
read, romances, she had read of heo
' j a 'a a
ines Deautiiui at tne young clay
when first it beams upon the raoun.
tains," with necks like polished ivory,
diamond-beaming eyes, and lips where
bees might alightt mistaking thcra for
blooming and odoriferous flowers, and
she fancied herself just such an one,
with the slight exception that the de
scription was" ralher too tame. -She
had read philosophy, toondaocoeu
and melo-dramas, and they all told her
that woman was the Empress of the
world,, and that man was made to bow
before her i in, short, her theory was
that she was very beautiful, and ought
to be idolized, a very natural theory
for a tolerably prettv, warm-blooded,
vivacious brunette of sweet seventeen.
She therefore used none of. those Jittle
arts to entrap lovers which are41 as the
aw for that purpose made and provi
ded? declares lawful and proper in
love aflYirs. All her acquaintances
got lovers, some got married, still she
changed not her course, for her theory,
as she said, " was founded on an in
nate nobility of soul, and if a man
could never be found who had mind
enough, lo . appreciate Jt, hejiever
would marry. For, said she, what
i Tnarrkgo. w ithHit iiobii Lty, of soul
Nothing could lhake her faith in her
thcoryJ.he.wruld never condescend
to be' agreeable: aoihe.ta no'w'sf'iir
vet-re W'ding.sntrjF;ta Wnj-t old .maid,
still dreaming of congenialiTy and no
bility of soul so much for theory. '"'2
L Fanlkt Jirttklun l. LJa.rA
Improvement in Clocks. Mr. Jo-sph-Ivcs
iM'pjicBFe Vf z tevcr-spring-tlockj.
which hs pissed. the it.specuon of ar-
tists - andmechaoicsw ith.a JigTil
approbation. The wheels are all o
metal, . the principal of which run on
friction rollers, and exhibit an admira
ble nicety of finish and work-manship
The -Icvexapringi. carry, the striking I
part as well as the time, and require
winding only once in eight days. The
whole is in a small compact form, light
and portaoie, witnout tne necessity oi
weights, and afforded at half the price
. a. S - .1 f
of the old fashioned me tat clocks
is a highly valuable American inven
tion, and will add much to tne reputa
tion, and we hope also to the fortune
of the patentee. - i
Don't Rock Children. k foreign
writer- finds -fault wiUii-theuJrevalent
practice of rocking children, and con
sidcrs it as the cause oTmany1alselses7
He asks and -with tnuch r eason, '.LlVhea
mkt mt pf ltn facuU"?. "d to flivc
proof of its being sensible to existence,
evetL-shQuld this be done by infantine
cries, is it right to stop thVse crTerand
pVevent .its pay ing that tribute to na
ture? The rocking ot the cradle
mftSonjiinodt but offend the delicate
his digestion, . sour the milk from
which it derives its noiijishment, and
turns it into curds.
Jlccident.Tvfo men recently auf
ered a horrid death in Baltimore, in
consequence of drinking each about
half a gill of a solution of corrosive
sublimate, administered to . them by
Optical Glasses. V row late exper
iments by English opticians, pure glass
for optical instruments is stated to have
been obtained. The astronomers, it
is expected, will be enabled by-mcans
of this improvement, Jo sj new won
dcri arnbngihe stairs r frV.-
Gilbert has been proved under
200.000. The deceased has left le.
gacits for hia dogs at the rate .f jtt
per week. They arc to be fed with"
milk, barley, oatmeal, sea Litcuit anj
tripes. Also, further "allowance for
kconel furniture, as well as medicine
a .ait. . t . .
ana aman to iook auer tnem. No do?
to be killed under pretence ofuUdagt,
or from a false notion of charity, t
horses and mares to have run for lif
in his .meadows FiStld, Berks to ber
provtucaa warm sncu in winierj t)Q
Dlenty of.brao-chifLand hay"! fii:
week to be allowed for each, besides
paymtnt.(ox.a trutyjBdhnest perotr
to attend them. A parrbT'hVgiyes to
bird 15. quarterly d.uriog the birdV"
life, and 20 a year as long as she stir;
vives it., ..... ' London paper.
Population of Greece. The N.
Journal of Commerce containi a state
ment received from Greece, and taken
from the register of AUracha, of the
number of people inhabiting that count
try. The statement is not reljed upon
as furtfishing an exact view of the pre.
sent population; but it is thought the
m a " a a a a .
number ot lirecks absolutely free, does
not exceed 1,200,0C0, bring those of
the Peloponnessus and the Islands.
Thessaly cintains' 393,000 Chrisv
Uans, and 4I.2JO Turks i Eattern
andJiVestern Greece 471,000 Chriu
tiansr 1 J,OroTork t rEp1ruT328,200 7:
Christians, 76,300 Turks j the Morca,
650.000 inhabitants ; and Southern
M ace doriia1 50,0OO, of w ho m 30,000
are Turks -.,.r.' ...
The Hun: A Body nf Ice Manv
opinions have been formed concerning
tne snn, wntcn pnuoaopners nave some-
. t I L t L t. .
timea. ridiculed, and sometimes seri
ously refuted. But of all the para
doxical assertions re&pccting that lut
minary, none equals Mr. PalmerY
for that gentlernan positively aasertsit
to be a liody of ice ! The following
is the title of Mr. Palmer's book : " A
Treatise on the Bublimc science of He-
Itcrrnphy.. satisfactorily demonstnt
InrVf.') our great orS vt light, the San,
to he ""absolutely "o wherthjra - bfdr
nf ice - By - Cbaika-Pmc r,
: :.' A German c'hymTsf hut dlscovrrta,
thatf,bym?xngjwo parts of niirateof
potashj two parts of newtraT carhbnate
ot potash, one partot su ipnur, ana sis
of sea aalt jji.finely; gulr enzed, ful
minating - powderp'flThjgaTest
strength, is obtained ; and, what
verv TemarkableabjL.f orce of the ex-
, .... ,i: '..J
UQSton- is oniy.i.u s v
Hull,Eng.) is Cave Castle, a noble
Mansion House, standing in an extrr
sive park. It contains a fine collection
of pictures, amongst wtiich is a por
tfaif ofthrr-relebrated -Genr--I3r
Washington, whose Great Grand Fs
ther possessed this Estate, whence he
.',rmA In (fit ' .
, CMrttstcrr Ccvr.
Portland Argus states that Mr. Rm
bee, minister of the first Universal
Society in Portland, recently deceased,
preached 1303 sermons, attended one
hundred and 'eleven funerals, and so
lemnized sixtv-two marriaeea.bettfrf i'
rteTaHthlTSepteitS) i$f9;Tnd tiir
28th-6f FebTuaryj-l &29 ' .
twiff was r hartred before a Lonlofi
maoifitrat . with havintr thrown M-'
W O M.
farlurirr nut (F the window. l6f
wife herself was the" firsT "to
him. He wa3 .prettyJresh. aca i
was very druni. I knowed I desert:
wittdawiErneri thau 4 ihoiild give -
l lie -auawis uu tu.y -
arPafis Fare valued in round iHin1'
at 1 5,000,000 francs j-go'(l9ml
work and iewellrv at 27,000,000 ;
Clocks and watches at 19,500,000 , p'1
bronzes, at -5,000,000. The wag"
paid to workmen , on these goods arc
estimated to be 22;00O.OOO francs,
Tobocco has been facetiously derive
from the Hebrew; in manner
ing.:. Tob bonus, (good) ach,
(smoke) nd tt,'ejus
therefore tignifv, u gHOcTiUH- s