XlT.wWri'xr 'uf..rm l.U friend, awl n
9 , ....Ml. Hut ke continue tlS) aUova bul.
. . 1 - . . 11.. I
Service Will. 1 Usual, U drvtrfrd ti lute-r.
of tlo wH rcnilijf him, either in th
W ol prothicf , or puf. I.ml'ii( RWmJ.
.4t iidarmt hi cnt'S '" ?j"r J"'
lUt tr ai tfWl hra agent k
n Vhtrmm, OMon, Of Whir prwUiC, en t
v i' . . tfr. ..:!! .-rrrrl1 -ml luv
..ki.t Mfurtrtflv. fr f cniniTIr.li h.t Kit
. ....VWr thi'rct feepfif ripen- a?tuJ!yin.
k,.aaaua- tT.eron K-mj"ir me
r.itn threw hi channel, Xir. ,Uru wilt
l eomumly upi'livd with th leading article
rt,mi hn, BirrCt kjs
..JL". will b lornimeii to waKguna, or
Crt1-' ' - Ow-der, at eot and charge which
fcL'. aJ will h cttKff 4 U th psrtie, oa
lay hooka, b Charfcauos.
Ckarln J. Shw, E. continue ray Agent
U Camden, M heretofore - -
fcvi r ir. cox.YEn.
OYiaW, ISA. 3mtl03
7 . LIST OK LKTTEUS
-) BM UNING'm the I" Office at Statrevil' e
J.V H. Carolina. Hi 1st day of October, II?,
WllUro J. Alader Iwi iJacbangti
H. 1. AWxitvlar
Hint ilrwin .
C lteideraoo Forsyfi
. NiclHtlof ICtUlMt
lienrjr C. Kerns
' JantM MdotlO '
ToVy C. McKce
B, J. (Wort
1 Sieren Parker V
. Ja.TH temter
Ja. 8nith . - --
MWfllrt f lilfHM
Ario W. Shine
rHTIE lubix-ribet litTinjf bftn
W r .1- .-( '.-J t... l.:.
j ' cufToroen again io raiaanan
tbo Making Bumnrm, liaa
opcaed bit thnp in Xaliabnrr.
- whr r b U prepared to make ani repair 0f
vf (lie err beat materia!, in a luperior Kyle of
workmanunn. and oo terms the cooat accomara
4aUogt ua tiwJ hard time.
tiavlof beeo enirafed in the buinea ais or
tevet jreart j eraployinjf a part of bis tint for
mrM or imr ui uu uai icuoni in Dicainr cor.
ton. fur tb exnrui purpoae of more roljre
uuaintinf kimaelf with the prir.cipte and prae.
tcai'opeatio of these ttseral machine j and
0arin( race Hi l J viaiicu yiuin varviina, wucre
tbDvwtiiRsreyed.Cins are in . use. with lbs
- .a ' l 1 is
view or exinuiunf; tnem,rm nnsmf-ntmaeii ao
;. rjuamted. Wrth t.he pn on-which Mhejr are ton
i iatrueted, kc. i he therefore feeti unlred, that
Ti kle-wularred emerience. thtts acouimL in
making and repairing Gins, and picking cotton,
fee Can construct Mjiinea superior to an ever
tone in North Carolina.
-Tboa iabif 4ok done m this line of birf.
rot tii warms cauai.
On Fanb's eatenJed en
- AilarttJajri . .
Ahd, Ttt t rpearaj 6mm, -.-
MJ' flie fliiW ay. r '
- He bfiills bis faparUhif V.-
Vtfl their ftnjfto doePi
At if not born to Clc,' .
; Al If fo doort'd to alsep.
"tir. what ts miassncttofaeif
"Be all retire, nrattrre, fadef
Behold th tear, In weed of wo, ,
I Approacbmf isf lorpM oca , '
frnrnt Teni bt Wwoties of tb sprinf , ;
A saomeut plcaisd lb feartJ ey f
Aad frwita, wbicb aumroef-un ma; tmiif, a
Autusmal tewpeau dooa to di. '.
rh retrospeetiv (lane of mind , .
Uprlnj'a (loric may recall i . '
i And memory weep to lear behind " -
l air for, fteld, ad feu balJ. . v ' . . .
But that they wuet bo left, kow true !
-1 b pfwadt iaoaMch juual Ur at. .J..
To martial kgioos bid aJieu,
faas throOKb tits darK defile of death, '
And mut at lb f"d review
H Ware friends s.nd noaule armioa meet
Nor lawreJ wrtaib. nor liUt'i plum "
Can aave th hro from lh tpmb. ( ,
Th pohah'd eurir and tb dow.i '
Must gnd stiNguiaiied ibeiw li down. .
Yon rtfal dom., whow asur roof 't t
la spsgiad o'er Willi rsra and tun, ,
Attract the yeof mu youth -Tho
Uart 'uSiI'd, thesjtlees tonfne- ' -
V Inapera, - O lrd, My will abrM H
Th see ow bub the ruIWig Uod
Tbey bend ubfuiaaie at Ins nod . iJ
They rcasoa wot cw ctwn iarL
U flaah'd by tb reolinj year. .
Back, back y t Athm bef out I -Nor
mar'dMkrts Icrvld tooct-
f If haa Us woes these woes p ly
Like drifting cltmda on Anlumn's sky j
1 he mother and ber diild must farl i
Stem death rerarda no broken heart !
fKiare n 1314 iarrBte niult lotvK
And kindred fcel tb pane of wot- -
And dearest frisnda, wuoae mi1 are bne,,
Must yield to ature'f change! pUs-
' Tlat sr those men of mighty minds
to maemfied by fame, " v
But atoms on tb stream of Time,
Returning whence they camel - - - -
Tb sesaooa, in perpetual roundr
Itemind ua of our mortal state i
AnrAUTt'M!f8 hrw, derjr,faorling sound,
Are warning harbinger of (ate. -
None can survive lift's wintry gloom!
Th falling leaf prtdiflt wur dooat j
JsMVta renovate the yer .
Jtnuhtr rac to warn and cheeri ' -.
' 14 'ism unvarying- Tnahto tel
" Suhmm react M&ng H'ti " .:
j?a, U f UrIr r 1 i . -fOVCtncr.tl, Ti6t
in iitcn ; t t' ' much t once nj
rtrvrf ta Lrr'n n work wit5iut a ffO
!c to finish it in
seas, ar rerectfully invited co call oft tb sub
sxribcr, witse the plan and execution of his
woik, cJurnin and judire for tberorelves. lis
will aptre no psios in . aupplyiDg bimKlf . ith l
tD octi auicnais io oe nau id uie cmnrry t tna
"1iD tnkfl and repair Gins, aeoordinjr to order
- received, n abort untie and reasonable terms,
AU those who may please to call on him, will
find him cither at his shoo or dwelling in Salis
bury, ready to execute any job with which they
may be pleased to favor rim.
4 SAMUEL FRJILEY.
SalitlvrfiJug. 6. 1529. -., 79 ;
WhiX U the toil,oc we, bt pim, '
Tbo human heart cannot aurtain f
Enough if struggling can create,
A change or colour in our fate t
" DutaKere'i the sjirit (bat can cope
tVith fintless suffrring, wbea hope,
The Jast of miser) ' .allies,
Sickens of its sweet, self and die,
nUSSMXawl TURKISH mm.
Th fitWrif srtkle accorncaniel a Mnp
ii Sfj II of U turvpt In U; Nsw.Tsrh
Journal tA Commerc i 1.
, 'The DJrfloa of war by Raul, wi$
liiaef on m S6'h of April,-121.
that document ti e Err perof declare! that
h ootliy don hii arrai till b has
jMsi4 tU . raauiu, ailklalt,Cllitin,ht
tier iH t8e etpemer nd loiset oecsaloo
ed by th r dtfriy 4 ; by Turkey (
pjjTr'l ackaowIedcd iod color
c'ed invioSTeirutr'y f.hre6riTfflf
of the Bir.k 3s, and fre nrvixiion
of the Botphnrua ( sr.1 Cja!lf, the fulfil
merit of ih Conventioo of iu!y 6h, fsr
tie 'pacificstlsn of Orcec. Preaeftt
proipeeti indicate that 1 will be able to
enforce these condition. Th principal
event of the war to fir ji hst e bcn
able tVeollecr rtrniVart'brlofly" eM
l0WI.; :'- "'V'a
.May 11 h, 1 18 Cimplgn commen
Junt lA. -Ps"i of the Drmihf, r,d
capturi of Sanionnoirt wkh 13 piece of
cannon. ' '. ' f
Junt Enpnf men: between tbt
Ums'lin and Tuikith flv'ilia near Brit-
lo- I the former cn'M iii df If vscW
fcrdncrnr.s!zfV,snd'tho latter of 9'i
Orml Viir i tr, i, Tuili-Mcnta
k!!M,:ooO Kuv.iar.s,k'i:!c-J 501. wo-jn-
dci,t:r. . ,
Junt Oreat battle rirer the sillifje
of KuUwurha, not fr from Schamls. in
which the (Jrsnd Vjtlsf commanded In
person.' lo thd engagement, and b
suWqrjent ght, the "Turk lost 1500
men killed, I great tumber of prltonera,
10 piecat of eannon 6 standards, ill ihe
iufcrtd complete diipeiiioni
'Jpfli 39. orrttidf r of Siluttla to the
Russian. The gsrnson, con'IIng"of
8000. mePs and the ifmed Inhabitants,
ronainina; of 10,OOd,wert rniI priaon
en of 'sf 1 "'mqnjt ihertJi twothree-tstled
rchai( 2 JO pieces of cannon,' and 100
standi of colors, were take.
Kussisnt. Among the priwnert were
ihe Serstkier and four Pschaii I SO can
non were taken, 29 of them at Hsimd
Kesl. Julf 19. Cboris aad Dcrbuit, (At.
Turkey) occupied f the Ruialan.
July It.- Two divisions of lb Koiiian
riy lU.SbunUlo.uodcnktbe pas
of the Balkan.
Julf IT, 1139 Trte principal obstS
ties overcome, and 10 cjnoon, 14 stsnd-
ards, with nearly. 400 prisoner tker
from ihe iurkt, who aiao tad many
A.' 39. I ri ricrending the Balkan
rhc Ktitam ciicrjtfiitcrcd a Tuikiih dii
tf.r r,f GOr-i or 1()O0 mtii under H S
Of ao arii 1 JyO m lies" lo Ncw-()t
leant, is not outlet" enough it is a
mere morning visit. -The mouth of
Columhia or (Julf of California ire na
1 country pUecs for a family. ,
Tbu thick we tall a Rote, '
By a-ty otbr nam wuld amell as twretMJUU;
It il rcroatUble fact, that if there '
it no virtue lo a came, it may te unj
la a very profitable icnae t-f the troro,"
or appiird to suit every taste, and fan.
cy hovvr"ttr40g4 .'ld' etceolricV"
lo.old timet, the lad'm wore jiikij
aatiit, or caHcoct, thete vfcre nam'ea"
well tiodcratooJ Ly' our racibcnfctuir
daughters, but where are they now f
Uooe the way oi eld groderi, and in
thcTrptiee-1! ba? r r reitmbhotr to"-
the ariiclc, bat under a new face aod
a new oame batlsta, bareget''palma
rbict, foulardit kvantinet, grot At
nap, aod eircamans (or booueti, wo
have " JJoUvart aod Jfavarino$n,
':.'-(!tr A.du!ii lUemsn, and defeated
Willi. 1 I., .M mw w
Of thU turner, 16 were teken, au.,kw'". I cf four gun
tcri, art lour o:nfr piece oi caunou
400 MliHrWt and seven standard .
July 7J. f-ipture of iHembfT wWk
30 ttandtrrt, I) r.nnon, and IOOO pri
sortert Same dy, Achioli was captured
cooiainirjj 14 piece of Cannon, two pow
der matrainet. kc.
July 34. Capture of Bourea, Cor.tuin
Ice 10 pieret of cannon and abundiiicc
of rnilita ry "atoreir ' " '"'
July 35 Capture of Aidof with the
whol Turkish camp: 600 tents. 100
barrels oowder, four standaidi, four can
non, a great quantity of small arms, aod
kurnt, or stranded.1. Same dty.. a Turk
litLflotilla, -with., armsi , ammunitiont
kc-was captured oiT Anapa, em the Asiat
ic roast i 1300 person ana, 6 standard,
were 'taken .."'f . . 4
June I Iri..urrender of Isktcha to
the RuisiaJt, together with 17 pieces ot
eanovn, 1Z stands of colors, and a large
" Siati f it"rth Cortliiu : :
ROWAN county, August session, 1828:
-John ttchiaon, Admiaiatraior -of John
Itlack, dee'd. t. the heirs st law of Jacob Black,
etesAlij Juicps' exeewtion,- levied on Land.
V appearing to th aattsfaction of the court, that
A lum Black, folly Etchison, Daniel Black. Ann
Sweat i and Pauiel Black Guardian for William
lilack t arc not inhabitants of thia state oil mo
tlon of the "plslntlff, by- counted ordered that
ublication be made in the Western Carolinian
or six weeks, tbat unless the taUl defendants
appear at the next court to be held for the conn.
ty of Kowsn, at tit uourt-nouse in saiiauurj ,
Ort the third Monday ill November next, ari
- answer Said petition, judgment will be entered
for the plaintiff 's demand, and execution awsr.
ded accordingly. 6t9S JOHN GILES. cClc.
tale rfTtrih i.'arlina, Davidt cvnty i
. jVXmt term io9 vJosepp Giarfc w. rreder.
Ick Craven Original attachment t Jacob fjook
summoned as jraro'uhee. ' In this case it appear
ing tobetaTiiiiaeiiuiror rag coun.bat ttieTter tnaBagemeDHaarmrwe-jououung
fendsnt, Frederick Craver is not an inhabitant of may be;rccommended. '
thlt state, it ia therefore ordered by tli court, r.iA f- a.,,m ... j
that publicsUon be made six weeks sticceasivelj Ttle fi,rn?cf J0U,d r'8e e"y ,nd
h the Western Carolinian, printed in Salisbury, that Others do 80. lo the; whiter
Jn,l5Jn In. attempting; to carry
Br,iIo by Itorm, the RuUn lost 640
men Lind, loclodiotr luaior uenerait
Wolf sod TiBoth, and 1S40 wounded.
June 20Ml Brsilow surrenders to the
Russians, oi condi'ion' of the earrlson
being permitted to retire to Silittriai
273 cannon, p 13 JXO Ibi. of powder, and
aa insmanae quantity xftallawere taken-1
June 33a Surrender ot Anapa t Asiat
tc Turkey) with IS pieces of cannon, and
a .large quantity of ammunition. J he
garriaon consisted of 1000 men.
Jutif7nL Previous to ibts due, -the
ussiana ha taken seven fortresses, viz.
Kostc ndil, &eoztronand Blanagalia be-
aides AflapaJofiTlK Wk.orAii I mx)H
acba was f arrisoned by nearly 3000 men,
and had 91 cannon on the rarop-rli.
yy 15 The fortress of Kara (As.
Torkltaken t f-itonrrrThe-Bariison' h
is std, amounted to 11,000 men, 2000 of
whom were killed, and 1400 made pri
soners, Including Pacha of two Tails t
A 151 pieces of ttfunotv-M ere lAen. ,
, rl-:'.TTm"'": "
... .Jug, 7 In the night following this
day, the Russian flotilla before Varna
made an attack upon that of the Turks,
and captured fourteen vessels. :
. Jug. 20 Tbo Grand Vizier left Con
stantinople for the army. X '.
Jug. 33. The fortress of Ardaghanc
(As. Turk ) sttrrendercd tothd Kusiians.
, '27-Ncwa arrived at Odessa of
the capture of Achaschil and Topsschale,
(As. TurV-Ttogether "With 734 '6tandardf
and several thousand prisoners.
v$rfi.-.2l-Tht Sera'skier t.f Widdin
having crossed the Danube near Kalei
and being on Ihe advance wasattacVed
by Gen. Geismar,' and after an obstinate
engagement was compelled to retreat
Hit loss Is represented to have been very
O' .' . tr . . j : '
severe., .same aay, a roanuesio was is
sued from St. Petersburg, ordering a ne
levy of four men In every 500 of the pop
- ..(?flwjt!"",rDa ' crrifd by assault.
G arrisoD inclu ding IfiOraicd in habit anta
supposed to have amounted originally to
32,000 men.'-. Y hen, captured, was re
1 aw Kt i
FARM MJIMQEMEXT, Vc.
To conduct a farm of considerable
extent, so as to be a profitable concern,
reqdires ncarlv as much management,
(though,: to be sure, of. a somewhat
a. a- : tr " a
more atraigm mrwaru sort; as to oe a
leading poliUcuii jQ-.ihcserwayffard
timet.' Neatness and order, whether
on A farm, io a barn, dwelling house,
or a man'e dress and manner, are as
indispensabh; to competence, cojtvforti
aod happiness, at the sun is to day
light. Neatness I is necessary to
health, as well aa respectability. The
want of it in cultivation and domestic
economy, is extravagant as well as dis
graceful, A slovenly husbandman r
housekeeper is ou the high road to
. . li pneraT" f ule Veonnected with-
the, arrangement, and the successful
for the said Frederick Craver to be and appear
beiore trie justices or our court of pica and
m mt-wftttt vr, ai .ma BisfcrfciwMiie.ut, ix.i
r thf-n ud thereto renlrvv or' nlMl-nthrw;
Judgment final Will be. entered against .him for
jiio piaiiivui ucut auu vuaia. tviinciw uavia
Itock, clerk of our said court, at offlne, the 2d
- Monday of-4gusV A i)omini, 1 gJ.'---
6192 v v D. M0CK,cfiK
fitate o.VerlA- CattUna, Mecklenburg ctunty .-
SUPERIOR CoHrt of Uw y May term, 1829;
Elita Cuxe t. William Cox "Petition for
Divorce. Ordered lay the court, that publication
be made fur three mouths succtasivdy in the
" Western Carolinian and Yadkin and Catawba
. JournaL that the dpfeiwlant h nA iriui at lh.
next wperior court ofja W to JbeheU forjhe
eotmty of Mecklciburg, at the court-house in
Chart jtte, on the Mb Monday after the fourth
frmdy io September next, and plead or aniwer
-to the plaintiff's petition, or the same will be
heard eparte. VVitness, Samuel Henderson,
clerk of turid court, at office, the Mi Mon
day after rlie 4th Monday in March; 1829.
3mt9? J; 8AML. HENDERSON, e.ts. a. .
; -s SHERIFFS DEEDS, , -"
TORland sold by order of writs ofrenditini
J, exponaa, for faje at (his olHc, . , lit
season, breakfast thould.be taken by
candle light for, by this meant, an
irf a werlrafe ncarry ecrtrai tovthwwk'-
tnart of winter Vday';Th44. iat
material object, especially where a
The whole farm should be regularly
amiocd, but every beast seen, afieast
once a day, either by the owner, or by
tome intelligent person in his employ,
ment. .-. -V?... r""
. Previously to engaging in. any kind
of work, whether of ordinary practice
or intended improvement, the beat con
sideration of which the farmer is ca
pable, ought to be given to.it, till he
is satitfied that it is advisable for him
to attempt it When begun, he ought
to proceed in it with much attention
and; perseverance, until he has given
it a thorough trial. It ii, a maia ob
r m CROIVDIXG.
Jn one- ofmyxxcjirsiooi Lpnth
frontier of Missouri," l came to
small log cabin, with some five or six
acres, undet improvement, sorrouod
ing the house. 'The usual salutations
were toou-ended, and 1 foundjhe oc
cupant of this retired spot to be a man
of the nanie oRo6d, iVusticef the
Peace -id-Gaacbnade Ijtounty -a ; sec
tiou of country - wellJdcalgnattd hjr
the ohr woman a detcriptioD-otiiei
too'a residence of a few miles be
yond the westward.. The of d man
led my horse to a stable and returned
to dinner as he sat a stool up to a
large stump which occupied "the plare
oLa Utlc7 he. laid wjrriibat, hospitable
blautn'css cj peculiar, tojthe inhabitants
of the western wilds, 41 perhaps stran
ger, you'll set up and skin a later ?"
A good appetite wauts no compliment,
and in this case 1 think I used as few
as a Yankee schoolmaster would io
.a a a
eating a luncheon wan his scholars.
After partaking of his bounty, I asked
him how he liked the country, how
long he had betn there, t$c. lie an
swered, I like the country well, but)
I am going to leave hire. You II
go to some puce mre convenient tor
schooling ln said I. "No, he rejoin.
ed,"' No," I'ni" too - much crowded
to much hampered up. I've no out
letthe range is all eat out I'mHoo
miuh crowded." i How," I respon
ded, " crowded ? who crowds you !"
Why, here s Burns right down
upou me right down in my very
teeth stuck rigbt here : and then on
I the other side, I'm haroped up, they're
lamminir mc oui mc ncigiiufirs arc
IUI nut l il u i nt it auuitici
.most important fortresses of. the Turks,
and its capture secured to the Russians a
permanent looting on the western part of
the clack Sea. : 1 he bmparor, In a let
ter to Count Diebitsch of Nov, 20, sneaks
active operations of :X he .campaign may be
Oct, IS. lilockade of the Dardanelles
" Jlarch ith'f 1829. A: battle was fought
near the river' Natonebi, t As.- Turk.) in
which Weurtilosrfol "men tnTiiihH
and wounded, and the Russians about
206 ; V
. March 2a About this date Sixeboli
wss captured by the Russians aod imme
diately fortified for a permanent position.
-JflrU 1 1. -Three tf etachments pf Turk
ish troops cross the Danube into, little
WalUcbia, but ire driven back after suf-
fe ring considerable loss. ''.'
' May I7 Siistris again invested, after
an engagement about two miles distant,
in which thd Turks lost 400 or 500. men,
and the Russians about 150. j: On the
same day a battle was fought near Para
v ai, the Turks being led o.ri by .the
near are your ncighbora ?" I asked.
Why here's that drotted. Hums,
stuck down here within fifteen miles j
and thea on the other side they're not
neighbor can come to mv house and
poiiome the fame day. Poor raau :
t.ho.lhll '.asX'tfll J iJP.wiRUaefiaw
sume my journey, you would not call
this. Crowding if your fam'dyJfiirmed
r r r .,,,. .
one or tne layers wnere . six-or
JUtye oM above another f
But on reflection, I find there are
others crowded" and "hampered
up" as well as Mr. Rood.
Alexander was so " crowded" that
after conquering the, world, he wept
for another td conquer.
Napoleoq was so crewedcd in
Prancejrthat Moscow appeared the on
ly breathing place ; and when he came
io possession, he found not as much
elbow. room as Mr. Rood had.
In' our own country we are all
''crowded." A trip of 500 miles to
Pittsburg, 11 00 jto the mouth of the
for eipt, crazy Jaittt, and for tipbetiy
! ccTi;zX-.-!iJa ldJv to start a new
oame to a old article to invent with
facility and apply with skill, when the
full freighted or half empty puraeu
are po ircd upon the couutrrj aod what
was exploded under an old name, be-
comes fashionable and 'elegant under
some new, foreign, or romantic tide? 4
These changes in name and not io,
qualityf are making ssd inroads iq
our , economy they lead our wivea
and daughters into CAniu.it tempta
sj.ont tut) Orio jhbnj toJ-jy, under a
new title,' atn arude itjectetl a year
since-iod thoae who would, acorn to
wear a calico dress, fetT quite comforu
aide in it under the name of foulard.
What cao be more hideously ugly ami
p5sitivtlyy"ulgar, than the row'oV silk;"
fringe now worn on the etntre of a dress
similar tu tne-deep fringe of a parasol,
and yet it it fashionable and must be
tolerated. I fad we tome twenty years
ago made, our boys wear checked
shir Ss, they "would have fancied them,
selves dipped in tar and ready for a
sea -voyage-x -notaiihstandipg Which.
our dandies voluntarily weir blue strip
ped check .shirU and " lithographic
cravatift:tto&rtev are considered
quite the-thing. We carry -this
rage" for newxaonci into .every rjepart-. :
mcnt of ourJiousehold operations, and
foreign manufacturers rack their brain
tnve ew jUlfjTVihen they fail to
invent .a . Lew v article. eanouiuoo "
above such nonsenaef and return to cur
old .JirjUcdi.tcd SPdenpretjertjsve
terms, calling Jftingaby thcirjroper
uames teaching our children their
proper 'uie and fixed value, and not
permit ourselves to' be 'dazzled and
theatcdibyj names; trrja-forrignr fan-
gaage, orphrases industriously culled ' -
roM a dtctTonarv-v.hjchEtnie from
their nneltv, atd rc costly from
their singularity j it is picking our pock
ets by tbe aid ot a French and Italian
dictiouary. N..Y. Covr. and Enq.
Uur incomes should be like our
shoes, if 1 10 small they will gall and
pinch u ; but if- loo large, the) will
cause us t v siumhliraTidtp-Trip;' Hut
wealth, alter all, is a relative thing;
sibce he that has little and wants less,
iittv.heiv.th in . he that has much and
wants more. The contentment de,
ptrnda not upon what we have, but
upon wht we would have j a tub wa-s
large enoiiiih for Diogenes, but a Uwty
was too lilde for Alexander.
A fair was lately held in Lynchburg,
(Va.) for the benefit of Infant Schools.
Several article macufavturcd -in-
dress for a little girl, we understand
was sold at 8 100 j several handler r
chiefs at S50, and some at 220, each.
A young lady made sale xf ;a -'chew of
tbacco a Wal tender in ' euld fir''
?iw at . S, . The proceeds, wc-
itates tbit several deathi have occurs
els which iudJjeen Jrjrit.tQClLjQn ...
brass vessel and imbibed poisonous
qualities.' rk :
Editorial ChaneMtHr. MoonT
Ounn of the Waterloo Obseryerr bare
told their establiahmentr-rMr.iJooe hM
r hairgedf his residence, and Gann. has
IttUan J?Kfr. A corresponient of
the Richmond Enquirer, (who writes
from Cantonment Gibson, Arkansas,) ny
' An Osa Indian can rin IO miles