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, SAIJSnUKY, ItOWAS COUNTY, N. C TUKSDAY, OCTOHKIt 27, 1023.
VOI X.....NU. 430.
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1 . -1 hcain the tuuulj oi C!nuk,uiU
f...k l,f ll,. It ,,1. kill IV.M!-
m ...in ir. fit. i it 1.1 111
Sut)k . 4 Ut Ai,.tiur,,jiii4 &U
JrcJ tixl tevrot) ! biul. ' I be V.i.ii of
. tU I Crst rlr, tf )! dwp, t! i-Uri-c
'Hir r U boiif ! hulr-d crr rltur
tt my ''th i iMifnvf',ir!itiidfk:n(
rt dUinf4iou!, iii c r nrly lour
ttn-.n'i .dJrf. tud oihrr bml!ui
nnmeft C l ''de All'!kiion lo
ti;r)i of W, cn be nu l II. II. Alculor,
in niv kl)Mnc.
' 87 J. AIX.YMf.K.
Great liargaiux !
JL tathc Hit', if Wfble In lh
frr tli ft1lo iiC I'rwpcrtjr for 1.1c, umi r
uoM tf rn', nuro -ly i
gf 1"0 w-rn "f Lwdi ty'npr in 1h
jri jr? Fork of the VfJkin, nine mtlcii fnim
CJtyJj' Hafi.bary, ailjiit'i'ff Vrcd'tk. rnril,
J "r!L. which irt impMtTirmii ;
ti fur hrlb, uprod to be ijttl l oy flai"
tulion i 'h eimy - -
fr, ihrre iiunri f WU If-" "
,f J.n rUnrt,TlHtr.n Vl. m1 Phr,
' on rt irH 'Ufii UB cr t t'r ci :2vi
f,-m.l,of f'l qiil.
A!o number id 7i ft for mm
I Iiia ;ire in baliVjmir.
Also, intw iidcoil.plrlc PlifV Wi M'l liar
net, for '! liich, goo! note nf hand, or be.
yro riwiprrtjr, will bf r, wtil 'l' m"nT
Tn e lc1.t!irrfor.- or In pnym?m tbe nWr 4
oronariy, iiotea ol tiamt on aotrrm pt:ru.
. . ... .e I I ...1 .... ... .... t
negro properly, will be received.
1 tie? wbo wib to buy. would in well o ap
ftleatwm. " f'.)VVABI t'UFJ!.
SaUthry, Jvg. 1'.
af'', ni'' ubn ri!cr hivinj more
f .' p M. than hr can ennvrnirnt.
kV Y T E'jlt'vat'nm, it d-nrmn of
d'tepueir.g of the follow inf tracl, iz :
A Kmal on'aimef 34 aerev, 'vinr- -em the
Smith I'ork of tbe Yadkin ovc,? mili-i ncrtb vt
tateivitle, it'll ftH1lijikr-tiwuk)e, and 20
a lra(l iml'in- curtitnttoiv Aio:ber trc! ofi
Wrffrt ' K tflrf Urt-tfiav aav w.ttw ewf w w 5 4 - a -4
witk -a 4efebflr-hoiijii.r,J. md acwr ln
cultivation.- -Another Iract ot 14 acret, Sitjoto
tlu abpVi'T'lt'Tnilrii north-of KtatenviUe, on
i be mikin road leading frowi'lhenco U Vilktboru.
Arv'irr trrt of 133 acrrt, on the water of
iioclcy Creek, unimproved. Another tract, of
J(!0 on tlie aeri of F.!k Shoal Crerk,
nrtj uni'ig lamh f N. Norton; with a house,
mid 8 or 10 acre in cultivation. Another tract
ot 80 acres on the water of Third f reek. R r
10 mile north wet of SliteavilK, with a lions-.
Snd abfyit 'rn ncre in cuhi' a:io . And anlw r
trad, o.JU acrta. uuimpruicd, on. tLe .South
...Fork, of 4ite. YikUkiu ilvtr.
-TrTcea anil'p4ment will be made accomrno
- dating, tmd. t au be. kuowu on- application to the
fubscriber.at Liberty Hill, hedpll county, N. C. ;
or, In Ms abwnce, to John Ftimttrr.
Persona dci roue of obtainiiuj liarpain. ?nd p.
ting ihero-'clvea in a healthy country wo'i'd dj
well to call and examine for themselves. 1 !u r
ire churche, griM milk saw milk ool mi
chine and cotton gina, convenient to the aboe
1hnt. and there are on tliein lilertv of good
pure. wboletoTie rpriti? of water. C.nlJ has
teen found on binds adjoining to ftheae tract?,
ffrigfier itt, 182?. Jt'JO I
lZVi,3V)V) .A ww"u V i aSl wVlT-
YINi in the county rf Sdrrv,
.. aud, as it beliived from recent
discoveries, wit bin the Gild Ur?i',n
of Sorth-Caro'inn. This tract wa
gram, a y the State, in the year i Jj; coii'uim
of one continuous survey, ad joining the countv
line of Wilkes and extendiug1 from the Blue
Ridge to within three miles ot the Main Yadkin
River. It is intersected for fifteen or twenty
stjpnly of wa'er-poM-er at all senons, and many
tH c.o'iyeaicnt tor the application of this jow.
er ih: purpose of Machinery. G!JUn late
1y beeh fiiiind Tn 'b' neighbnrhootl of thin land,
but its mineral treasures are i'l a great measure
jm explored; . retaana Lsiro'u tQ piuxhCyare.
referred to the Editor for more, particular info.
nation, with whom the plat of tint land is de
posited. Xuliiburti. June Mih, IM29. 71
BYV0T 1UTO Ol Vt!40U
.TO. J. COWAN, Titilor,
w oowan countv a.na me nuouc in ceutrm,
Store, 11 ved GroveK in a"id county, 13 miles west
-'" til its yaridtis brairclies. Having mnde r'
rangements regularly to receive Ibe ,New-York
nd Philadelphia Fashions, and having himself
forked in the most fashionable r-bops in the
state, be feel a confidenne in stating, tl.ut his
Rarrnenti will not be ewttlled, as to style, fash
ion, and durability of workmanship.
, AU .order from a distance, shall b promptly
te.nded. tfc and executed it short notice.,
He hopes by" unremifang attention to busi
S to merit and receive a share of public pat.
"nffe. The smallest favor will be thankfully
received, and gratefully Acknowledged.
if Mil Gnv,. Rman co. (Ar. 8, 1629. 3t90r
Cht-ruir, S. 0. Sqi. 10, Ift29.
f' rjIlllI'.nbK.ribi-r illrorv
u'i-rt tietwrcn tht plct
lin, M b"r'(rtirt I im1 menj la (Fit r.
ecpikm of Mrttkitmlt, ul lrfp,rititofl of
IWW.' lm yi f lr I (rltt lrnfl r
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rt. - we f iWkoiH.a m'u W3
nrmrmi ig nrfniiTTi', n"pr lof COIlIftl
- ri ,. t vi'i ii:r. 1 iii im.
llulr H"ie. TiiM. &.c. i
rliirli lie of-ial liotad of rt
to ;j; , . JOS, II. town r.i.
I4m rre. ivii.y from New York aodjrhiU.
delfihin, a cbu.ie and lian Uon atortment
Ifi JhrJuarc, Crockery,
MtoXa, . Dyt Xtujjft,
i?off, . 'Short;
Orvcmettfc. : t.
bich vrrebovebt it rrduced pncea.and will
be t.M hi .Pali pr for talk, or on tub to
r.rrrcnp.t tratcTr"Amoi)jf tb Crocerfc"
fir l)Ji! .
TmmfWin,,t)A Muralrll til(o.
Prt di lo, Malaga dillo, Omii ic
Md Holland Lin, 6UI Conae
randq, Jamaica rd New Knr-
, 'uiftiuer nn t rry
arlirll ull It Cut.,,! ... . .i .i '
: . .1 it. .... ...
oifttber iib eiery
,,, . oiurc in luiairciiun ui
w"",rJ- . .
- ffcW - mt Mia.-wtH ftriw
r'. 'i IliC Mullti: l..l.
!u h,u, V. 18,'A, l!iJ9. grnill
nfVr. removed to the n.-nl. comrr of t.
court. tliuiac thu Kin.. .11
. .U. 1
Miiision Hi.ielj where ilir
ey are diapoKd to :
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rxiEsrc, rAsirt oi abxjb - Aim
A now openiny at ttie iHseriber,i Store in
fm. Salijbury ; coii.isting of
of almost every description, suited to all aearons
of tbe wur. A Is, i,
liar I tr arc and Cutlm,
r "ltrnirejn vjriet V anJ amount,
e7t c!f17IlnrTiTrr.?i"Ifwrth rfe. and
botigftt for cimli on ifie" feHrm, in PliilmleL
pbia ami v-'.iirk. Tbe public are a wired
they will fun! a Lire and full lup'pty, and lower
for dsli ths'i.usiial, or other ie on accommo
laiin(r tiro s. They ure rewrtflly invited to
call, see f'ksliionj, t laniinc (jiiklities, hear prices
and judge for tLtiiit!w.
J. M. retperlfullv bee to return hi nnfriin.
ed thaivks fi.r thr verj' libera! nod iiivirgui-brl
patronise he has rven ft hirhly honoured rhh
by a Uisctrtiing jiublic, a-.d hope, bv a dilirrnt
attention, to merit a continuance of tbe same.
&i'i';..W, .VV. 1S "0 86
tj TfAS just rtceived, and o'ened at his Store
B. y in Sail bury, a large arid handsome assort
Nmins find Summer GOODS;
f Aba, t.roccrr-n,laplwr", Cttleryrriated Ware,
II itr and Hatters' Trimminjrs, fVock
ery, "a"got1 aiwofmefit Moltflig
C'Ji'tUv Shoes, lwel. f", .
and every article usually Vkt3a
aked for in Ntorea.
il'm stock of goods has been purchasetl entire-
ly for caih ; and he U determined to sell them
as low n csn be bud in tbe place, for rWi, or to
pur.cjual customers on a short credit. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to call, eiamine, and
judge for themselves.
Sdhrt, j,mr -id, .ivy, 7u
-ori nd FhTlnderplritt. stfd tso'ftpWrn
it bis Store in ,CNCOKl. a general assort-
Pains, bV. fc. Cs?c.
Havrng. purchased entirely for cash, and in
tenciing to sell for caA, be feels amirr.d that
he can tell on terms which will be satisfactory to
those wi6liinc to purchase.
The public are respectfully invited .to call and
examine tor Hyrmseivei.
Odder C;ih, 18C "F-W .
f -. - .1 71
Tht follower arv votM ttracla from t
famphlrt, Hh wtik.6 hart twrn ft rored hj
a fneml rt n'lii. rin. on the of ('.
m prrfcraMi Urmpfot iba Ul of Uip nf
War, or (kir rdut tcU. r ...
1 be eorr ()findrne between Mfk Di, of
friiir fh Bert, Re- iif will inter.
rnfl liKed la the culture or lianufec
tore wf CotUf-11e rretih wf ik epfrimrmt
no tindCr1aka by the 'Nation!' (.'urtrnirxnt.
rioi ami rai.an.ni an i ir taccklul, wiD e
kailrd by the bou'b ai an reent atcund only lo
the imr.iduction of (bat rich Uiumphjut pUm to
ber cil. 4
. 1 h 1n'ory of Cotton In tUt country, eiliibite
one of lir rniHi ayrikir phrnuracrm tif lb aj
U bkb we live. Forty ytare iee, no: one
pound of Colloi ru ciportrd from 'be I nUrd
Stale ; now amouutt to jO.UOO.G&O d'lllare,
mjt of the RJfl.000,000 of our eipona. TUn
we Imported Cotton from freat ditUnee nd
at ry feign pr.ee i now we drive it mi of
erery orket in I be world, by the abundaiKM,
cbeapneia, and auperiority of American Cotton.
Tbe country of itt firi euliiv.iion ia out cer
tainly known t it it blieed, however, to be in
diarenrxte lo the continent of Akia and Afriea, aa
well Amerkai and o have been in the two
for-ner a It ia in aome pari of the Uttrr eonti.
nent, a pertnnial plant. It advance to a mor
mirtbem latitude, tojetbrr .with rohure. baa
iM'.e it annua). .
1 na manufacture an4 ax? bf Coron word wai
anterior to Vttory. The Mummm of ancient
Tbebn are, dowa to 'hie My, iwi Un.1
wrapped in CoM. tbtb of Ioh mi.ire. good
fjhiic, ami apparent nrrain itioii. IV P.'..
IOik-i anTfrj p jcre clotbed in (ittton, tf.rt-e
laouaaua y oar t -. Mi ii tb ntmrtt ! h
crninn . n Is tne rltiU ,n... 1-. .k.
avrinmii .Irjwui, of tbrrt qutrter of Ibe
Rlo'-r. i the ihorea of Um new wuld. Iumwh
an I ii.nl, beyond the mrmory o- record of
-vwimntnii, ii wutnetw iprrimi
'SA jlinMiririal ll... . J .. .
" on continent!, h watthefcret iperimcn
! v igni ine re cn i.ninm.
j u.i. cm i lie perwHi of the admlrinr
ffhetw. Tbw o-of tbie arttcle
ft mn lo have bwn, more anrient and grnrrl,
t!.,.n either iilk, hemp or fluai m iot
;" f!u;r,or all the useful ami orrumooial imr.
p i. auvantagra over aU or either of tb.in.4t
it !.trr, a durable, and innn.teW cheaper,
tli i. -;lk. It become whiter hy t-hing Silk
ialef, and become dingy under that ope.
mti'ili. ('nltnn i.uW;i t.c .w l.- i i i
. tn lire nn lt'nni
tav(. h,co the court. fXZZZZ
tunc, toimtw abort ,,4, btimi.
lar ailvantajrer ovr hemp and flu
It would eem fnun the. ltitimonv wbjoined.
that i,,tton is preferable to bemp, lor the our
I01'' u r navijaUon. a well fnm tbe intnn.
etc iiialitiei of -he thing it If, M Oom. i Jm.
portjnre to the. wealth of tbe
int. t.ottoo 4 e " "Hr 'Wn hem-
and will no, to readily break friw flapping ; it
is so much cUwerin its tevurr, tU ' the ind
dec i.ut penetrate through it, ai.d wear it
tbreails by friction as in htmp or flit.
2nd.' It will not mildew, mil. i aiied and
starcbi il, which ia hot necesary.
Jd. It holds wind better, and will propel a ship
ncarh one mile per hour faster, umler a breee
at i milts per hour, than hemp or flax.
4th. It is lighter and more easily hand'ed,
5th. It j itotTts combustuile a flax or (temp.
.6th.'. It ia cheaper now by 3r Ter rent: and
would be cheaper, with cotupeJttiot itt the man
ufactories. ... ...- ;,
7th. It would require no oppressive dutie to
protect the raw material.
8th. The uic of Cotton duck at home- ouU
increase i Ue demand for the raw material
f the planter, and the fabric of the manufac
;)ili. It is the richest staple of 'he. nation, aod
the present pioduct can be pecdily quadrupled
in the Ini'ed Statu.
The lingle fact that Cotton sai't inrrtnsc the
(lie celerity of Ships ' kumcitni, of itself, to
insure their general adoption. In times of
peace, and for the ordinary purposes of cm-
me ice, the advantage of a mile per hour would
olten change the late of squadrons- and fleets j
Ulll BOllirillllCB UI IIBIIUHB.
In addition to the above facts the publiabrr
has the authority to tate, from s highly respix
table quarter, that tbe experiment ia now mi
king to rai.'A' our public vesaels with f'ot'on . ...
stead of hemp : that it i already acknowledged
to be decidedly preferable to oakum : and a di'
linguished naval officer is of opinion, that it m
even mipenor to new nemp, wnirti no ol late
b en much used. Upwards of s'utv tori of lor-
eigttliemp.has been thus
ships of war, which, it is now almost 'certain, f
w.u oeaoanuionen,. hit toe superior sunKoue or
our own Cotton a most interesting fact to the
(kA ton cultivator. -,
It iaalso worthy ef remark that it has been
pp4Uvlv ascertainiid that tbe uiuf-Jiempeii-L.
oakum for caulking the aeams of vess' Is bus
frequently bud the seeds of tht dry rot, and that 1
ouod Cotton alter frequent experiments, hat I
never yet been known to communicate stick a
dangeroui infection to a ship' timbers
In the Navy, tor ooat awnings, oag nm
mocki, and the liebter aails of men-of-war, Cot.
ton baa for two r three yean past been prtfer-
coajtjh j!P9rtLk"Sdl4- tn4.twj6nJly-fifjB.
cents in Liverpool, was yeturned to Charleston,
S. C, m a manufacturea stste, snl aokt Tor one
hundred and ten dollars! Such is the sstonih
ing qualities of tbia plant. .
Copy of a letter from the lion. Josw Cai!cR,
Secretary of the Navy, to Warren, It. Davis, Eq.
Member of Congress from Sou'.b-Carofina." .
AVty Department, Jlugutt Uih, 1829.
- SiR t 1 have receifedyoUr commMtii
cation of the 12th inst. containing your
views of the expediency of introducing
into our Navy, the use of cotton canvass
. Th? tcsumonials presented by you
rrom blirbtf reipccubit tourcest nf ibt
reault of t arloui eipcrimeoti in ib rrter
rbant icrtire, nl.lcd to tht trial mado ef
optall of Ihit malfrialt durinw h latt
f rulkf of tht iioop bf ' wif liuitois'lrt
itifTicleatlf Mtiiuctor to tuibtrizt
Tht (5 nri of preat atsj ' f er
ti Uuliy 7of liiC manufacture of Cainraia
ml -lit Lf uafcj puVpoaca, ikU, ai It d
e r r a t beUi lly itd ( r l t e cd,
1-ieet ofordwelf. with Ibt approl4
ttun of tht Prtkulent, ordered t foil tuit
tifi.il for ibt tlonp ef war Caacock, now
fning rr to be mict from cottoo cn
I im, rry rcipecifull? , tour obedirot
Mftint. JNO. liRANCII.
Hon. WaatKN R. Dai
f.I'rtct of Irtter from tbe Hon, John Branch,
Secretary of the Navy, to Com. Jeaae 0. 1'.Ui-
Siti Your.f.ror of the 9ih inmnl hat
been received i ind duly apprrciating the
imporiiDce of the icbjrc' lo which it re
feri, I hire nol nelcrlcd lo ixitow the
mot deliberate cotulderatiun on its con
That preindieet iboutd ex'ut itrtiott
the iotrodurtion into the Naval ten ice, of
an article, the practical importiort of
wbirb baa ool been fulir letted or etpt-
itrwf.liaot to U wondered it. ((bow.
cr, tht contcro plated ircokjtion bt n
nent, tbtet prejtfoicet ntlt nt
rar-i pivc wy to ttperimenti whicn
hil! lemoostrite the lue and import-in
e nf iht dUeovefy.
I am much pleated, on this occasion, to
!ae the bene6is of your aid, in giving t
f .ir trM to the meri of the proptted
oHwiw foe ttX-atwat ow 4isd in tht
Uni'cd S'te Nivy.
You trujr rely upon the beit cfTorti of
the Drpirtmenti to ifford you n cp
portunitv of making this trial, undtf tlr
otimM ncet I he most fvorablt to their
surrrsss "d that your re qui ll Ion I for
the Cotton i ail, hummock Sic. shall be
complied vith, is specdsly as they can be
P.repir.Ctl j lOd tf not ready to be put oo
board the Peirot k before her ' necessary
d'Prture f'om ile LTiiitd Statct, they
Mull be forwirdcd lo the tqu.tdron by the
Erie, or by some other life conveyance.
Withinp; you a succei&ful cfuizs ind
IC ICUIII1, I Xlll4in ,fi J J.-.IVL iuut,
Ci m Jesse I Ktt totT, AVw fori.
Uufal Mrnw&ula London U (lintant
f om l'-rlitiburh 395 mile S. .from
Pubih 838 S K Amstculdm 190 W
I'.rts 225 N N. W. Copruhagen 610 S
YV.-Vicmm 820 N W -Madrid 860 N
K. h. E.-Kme 950 N N. W.' Con
stantinople - 1 66ft- N- N. . W, Moscow
1660 R S -R -Strykholrn 750 S. V
PcrTshtirt' H40 VV. ttrthn 540 W.
Idsbort 850 N N." B."
Boston is iltjni liora New Yotk 229
Philadelphia ?3 1 -rlUhimore -421
Washington 461 Chirlcston, S. C. IO0J
-.Savannah 1 12 1 New Orleans 1624
St Louis. Missouii. 1444 Eastport 395
Montreal 340 Quebec 500 Halifax,
N. S 500.
Cunoui Statutici.A Frroch doctor,
Falrei, has recently ret tivi d a prixe from
ibe Paris Academy of Stiem es, for a stat
istical table if suicides, c. in the French
wouMnot mLx4eap'Mil. Thedocor, in ihe course of his
-A.. si - i .
WQf ,hM smwnR mcn (he great
est number of suicides is between tbe
sqes of thir: five and forty five j and
anions women, between twenty five
and thirty-five ; but that there are twice
as many suicides amonR young girls un
tk-r fifteen years of ae among boys ol
t be same ace. He calculates, t hot the in
ilucnce ol disappointed love, anu oi jeai
the proportion of 2 I 2 among
wnm.n t 1 in men ; that the reverses of
"fortune prrdtiee as'3 in"Trrcn-to I in to
ncti ; ondiiia the influence ofbaffled am
id: jon is as 5 to I. Acntil misery " how-
ei, i. 8Uistd4. ItZYC atl ; flMl effect QQ
both 'sFJff5iruiirig to the number of
!caihs by apopTt x, the doc'or estimates
that thr y wet r in t -us Irom 1IS4IO tout,
390 ; fioni I8H :i I 1 4, I v j anu irom
1814 to 1824, 919. There are nearly
three times mote apoplexies among men
F i v'i" oTsi it ybuh e nie nt ibnte"vof them-
medical students, ,aa?$, been tried at AI
bany for stealing and diaiecting an Egyp
tTah Mumm v; the property -of Meisrs--
Brouehton, Curtis Sc Ihorn; and tinea
twelve hundred dollars and tosts. turi
osity prompted tbem to violate the law
in this instance ; ana mey hbtc ubu v
pay pretty 44 dear for the whistle." .
Puliteneti. An officer in battle hap-
nenino to bow, a cannon ball passed ovet
his head, and took off the Head of a sol
dier who stood behind him; 44 you see
(siid he) that a nuo nerer loses by po.ne
ia rat wiii.itarrtwf jktMiTr.
OTatlthe faUtholnla put Torth Ia tEtl
lylnj wotld, nont U mort often told, of .
iih t mort hyfWriiJ.ul Intent than tb
two wordi at Iht head of ihlt irtlcle.
-To plrf itrt tB-TeriTrTt.tf KutttihfTt
fiA!,o.t.!tf fwuff htUphf feeling m
r nt rout, so mncu likt tht T'it author
of oar being that timeit all men covet
tht rarmtadoq of. povssI.wr a
po iii Ion X but H thef irriTtl Reneol'lodi'1
ulbsh to eterdtt it lo reality, ther en
dtkvor to counterfeit t similar ftelinr,
thougn h their beirtf ther srt contciool
of not hiving any jott cUimt to tht char
ae'er. Whin wt compart tht Isntrja?
of those wbo art often tiprttsing their
grlclattht nuicirriict tf otheri with
their tciuil endeavori to raltlgutt ih
suffering tbey pretend to deplore, wt at
onct tee Ibit Ihey titt tht phriie, H I ant
orry either ai t muter of course, or in
I he hope of gaining a credit for lymp.'hy
to which they are by no meant entitled.
In proofs of this, look at tht man who
witnei to borrow t sum of money; tht
mso to whom he applies, knowing him
to be a bad py master, determine fora
tht Cat todtny him but whin ht ao-
pliet, tell him ht i very tttru ht can
not accommcdait Mm, and toon ht
gont coogrsiulatct himself on to eiiUr
eiciplng .from the ptoipect f lost -bf
pwiuoa; t.U tw ow' una j kUlt. " I
this catt no mm can doubt, that, ina-ead
of felling sorrow, at ht said, bt rejoiced
that he could nol( or did not comply with
ne request. . r
A mn losei hi property in conie-
quenct of being surety for a friend, who,
brougb knavery or mikfor'une, f.ilt to
perform lili engjgtmenti. All the neTch-
bo r hood trt profritedly trtrtmrlu nry
while at their heart they .reioi-e t tho
opportunity but offaied hm f pLe.ing
tholr own Lresight, in refusing to hear
roponsibility, Ir) contntt with the blim
ey of their week oeighbor It't ill a Lit
they are not aorry; but glad ih dlttttef
W hen t perwm uYtn sick; Ihooah all
around profeti to be very torry, run one
it ten win do-ffnyihing for hu romfiirt
or relief. Their torrow ends in wortft ;
and if eikctfta aSTord muitjini e, they say .
they are aofrj they cannot render it eon-
but. talk and tht only thing ther are io
troth sorry for is, that Ihetr aid is rt-
Iet a young lady lose tho object of her"
affections, or be otherwise unfortunate
and you will Immediately heir all the cir
cumstances trumpeted forth to the world
by those who were either her rivals or
her unsocetssful luirori: they lose no
opportunity of ipreiding the report, ind
tbinkld hide their joy unde' ine slight
veil ahd'coniemptible i subterfuge xif "say
inp ' I'm torry."
So ll is through the world ; profeaslont
of torrow in most cases ire mere wordi,
nd he who thinks (Ley are more, will
sometime or other find himself previous
ly disappointed. Even some or thott
who pretend to be guidid by thu princi
ples of religion, show that their worde
and their practice ire two extreme!
which cannot harmonise t is for instance
when men profess to be sorry that in
temperance it making such fearful rava
Rei imong ti y while tliiy do not ihefn
selves ibstain from the uso of ardent
Quick Work A turn of S30 wat
bet a few days bioce, that Mr, John
Hillings of this town could not make
36 horse abbes in three hours. Mr,
H. took up the bet and went to work.
The first hour he finished IT shoes,
and in two hours wnd sixteen min
tfVtf th whole number was completed -At
the end of 3 hours he had made 45
shoes ! Saco (Maine) Palladium,
Barents and nurses should do all ia
their power to jtrtrent diseases : but
t " .
when a child ia taken ill. profeistooal
advice ought to be immediately ob
tainedi The diseases of children are.
in general, rapid in their progress.
44 Talking of storms," said an lionest
ours; 14 a! Wilmington, last summer wa
had the hravicst I ever saw in mi life
considering the size of the town."
As the sun in all his splendor w4a
peeping over the eastern hills, a newly
married man exclaimed, "the glory of
the world is rising!" His wife, who
happened to be just getting up at that mo
ment, taking toe compliment to herself
simpered out, 44 What would you say my
dcafi if I had my silk gown on Vr