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t iriii f deed 'm tm, snd
.ie , nei4 to r.s b iwt .M
A'wr. of Hi.ier.ilW-, l'tvUII f, eeeoft the
riTitrt nf ertdm Mvmw thriit
tU.l pr'irred tit rtt It ltitttt hHWr,
,f-1jr. roe t-l n r, frasr wV
' Miwinf proprrit, via t it TAU.B.JI H'-t
ki l; r.i-vf o"5j!-' h iH MrK"if
ill Tiwn, tl Mr Mliff M "f
U tar wive titow," AWt, t 4 f. Wad-
M..fli.-aW Clt, ,! .2! aCtf.
ho it Hr tl in. i.f'VTot Mei.trtw rUmt
lion i o, t Ufi f tt " V irk. toji.
1)vk:i t. II. Ir.nil ".! othrrti A1. If'
'"' ew1ii!n;r tTf ri," t MnrT 'i
tih ntlt T-t-C ifM.Mii MAJMMmWMm
xi kilrjt-n (jmPur f every rtVjriiHi i
i;i i't! Mm k on i.anu. t'r 111 '
tnaifi ;n he liven. rrv i.inT lo Pllf
the, l tpprrUd Birthing Irum dfeA of
title, I Will HltSe lh ItU fowl.
ItlUIU. Al.U')N, Trwtiw.
m, ia.w. 4,06
N. P. Ai 1 have Irffn irifortttntte, I im com
h!'e I tn i -ll try property "o psy my debit, 111
Uinr made Mr. Alliam my lfue, lowllall
ir,y f rv, I w'tdi my trt-U' tf to attend lo
the sate, which Will f take p'tew on the
t'ov day, sod continue from day In ! until
lliiofl. JA. McKNlUlir.
ITfojt to mvc lSour im! ft;tne, lt,e
' licr hve oMainc,! teller ptirnt from tb
iimtcr Hie erctt l'ni't
ftutr for wrtUnz 2, ? r 4 ftill krtilc! of !nlcrt
V- ('imltr "t impforu J'unj
Holt fmni bie fiirnw, or one firf, tt the
lime, trw! not W injerft-t 'rtti tch tAhff.
Any jrrofi iiinf; td mke u of 1hU new
ml uicfal p!fl,tn c!o w by tlrt obUininf t
ritil. hu!i cm ttuty be prufirr. by ,ramc
t Br fiind 'Icmnntns Cleihofli1 lsi tm
ca-rntr, i. C. lie b numbtr f K
rvV rnr.teJ, w tbrt fca n (nf Itirw t iy
prrnti bv Ihrir irrvlint' lo Irim llifif n:in,
lh cHi-i'y n I i''r tire ibey rrvj i bs iM
f,)r(ri; ri6'liu i!i m by ml. Tti.:rp U i
i .iU iLrttii:.n printeloi ery ricbt
!itIri ' lb yt.o. n I how to trt thrm ttp. tW
I . . I (mini
' 'twin? tin e.,ilr tiH-p. The pn,e
(, ttiunt them up on thii ne nl uhTuI pUn.
dm nhone fire o'i tlm pln. m en be ibmc ;
nan ii. ind iiif re on ne w nn,-n inn,mS
by lw fir on tbe oi l ml itul pUn. which i
n.1 lite UiMirnJ tIciie ol cullinif mil
hiulir ffof one llir of Hi fire WO"M, tni mnirnj
thf riT hl it mule ? cl"n ihe olil pln.
r ftirt.e (fie rtolice, that we furbiJ II
pen'im (not tuir,ff rtjjtitTo me rmrpln of
ittiPT up will, or cu'ing two or more til'lo
boil from or.e fire, m,l not to interfere wi'h the
boiling of ech other, for thr'iit lii,or letting
them lor o'hern umler the peneltv of the Uw,
t it witi be put in for-e ittnrt all 'uch oflrn. ;
ilers, toon tt the proprietor of the pln ft!
ir.furirnlion of the faCt.
TIm projtrietort propose lo tell eingte riRlit i
or i rtcbt Ivr t ttle or cnuwv, on reouie
term. J "'N MILHIt,
13 F, N TO 1 . K M M ON S,
' Jan'ivt, 11, 1830.
tMAINLNG lo the Von Oflit U SUttivUle,
Ii. . ob U 1st of awwwy, IXtU.
LoJpe Moris M:.
Lt ; rptirsira ...
Locke W. Gci'ge
Bryton . Kobeit
-irrii ttobert -
Brumby T. ItichyJ
Ilroofet Sitniu l
CttoOefflJouslhaa Olcphnt Jwpb ;,
" Cbunh MT Chrfet
Steelmm J cpti
' Vitherpoon A- Iwsc
Widicrspoon I honnis
W. KF.RO, P. .V.
CHrrrtnirri W o -
f- 1.. Tr 1.1 km '
Gill A. tnhim
liar II. Thomu
Slate of Mnh-Canlina, Rutherford etuntf-:
SI FRItUm Court of Lsw, October term.
IH29: Elizabeth Wilmoth m. (iartel Wil.
moth) Petition for Divorce. Tht whereas a
subpoena and t We been tusued agaimt !h
- iefroln i thi , ikiwlikh. wtrcrluroed
by the Sheriff of Rutherford county, (ht the
said defendant was not found j and proclamation
having been made publicly at the court-houie
door of id county, by the Sberitr, for the de
fendaiit to appearand answer it commanded by
the -aid subpoena, ami he hiving failed 1 it it
therefore ordered by said court, that notice be
given three months in the Raleigh Star and
Werteru Carpltnisn, for the defendant to appear
at the nest luperior court of law lu Le bolden
" for said county uf Butherforil, at the court-house
in Butherfordton, on the Jd Monday after the
4th Monday in March next, then and there lo
anawer or demur to fneaaui petition, ornerwite
it' will be taken sro confetso, and adjudflL c
eordinelr. VVitncia, James Morris, Llerk ol
said court, at Rutbrrfordton, the 3d Monday in
Sept. 13Z9, a
niTih llie 5TT
State f Xoylk Carolina, Lincoln cwnty : .
COLRT of rieas and Quarter Seasons, Jan
uary sessions, 1830: John R, Williamson,
agent of Rufus Reid, v. the heirt and devisees
,f Unht rrinirl. rl,-rM. mrteinnff1 to the
.. aaiitXaUion of the court that th heirs and devi.
J"seaffltxl)r,'rrrr)gti deeM, wewtewlsrvi,-
.M':..i.nKi,-nt- n( .ttiia Bfal. it is thrfnr fit.
t imiFiL,i .in, w. " ' - ----- j - -
"OCTea- bf cottrV tftst fey appear as. hju.
eountv court ot pleat anu quarter tewions 10 ue
held for Lincoln Couaty. on the 4th Munday af
ter the h VibrinWarctt-'Heinteplevy and
- jrfead to issue, r judgment, oy peiauii win oe
nterei up agatntt lhm s Ordered, Ut publi
cation hereof be made three weeks tuccersivc
ly, in the Western Carolinian. Test i
3t06 VARDRY McBEE, C. C.
FOR tale, at the office of the Western Caro
linian, tbe " Farmers and Planters Alma
nack," for tbe year 1830 '( price, 10 cents s
. A ntc H wti,
. CkiI4 iprk t I'Ki'l, itb,l ir.gue
fa MiiH titr brr m1 titMt
flul ! jjtmW wtf kw,
, SI ku .rfw, kp tiUnt 1
ttriJWi m , tt w r r
VI,o truii I volume ib lx-,
i I'tt kt luU, wt rlit i
ZTJti mort waikUriiil Hum l!.V
Awl (jii !ibl ni,l jn V-
..f few iLa l u. X .
' Tlttr m, Ut lo iir'f,
flul w fiat ! mr ufKummoA
lie coulJ wl iiv "
too tly lo
Ltne lli1 tbr fufl'l tmlrtva
At Kibile t lb ilr (ntke,
Ti. f' cr.
With tm jif be (ktki Urr t,
Bni!ii'ijj lirre it m pWwe lier t
D-ii ti ! be meet bitter jr,
Tb clyfi Utat tUmki to wiita Ixrl
lirk tolier mji MCMlke me.fnwwj !"
Hut b'iH will pMrtut it,
!IM in the chtte, titoll oii't bit end,
At er tftei me it.
', i ilV WAV 10 WKAI.TII,
At tWly ibitwn in llie Prrfo of n obi
Pry!ini Alinc, eritit!eJ 4oot ltii.hfti
linproved;" ty !. Fttttti.
Cvurtcout Header : I have heard
that nothing gives 9ii itilTtor la much
filraiure as to find his jorkf ej)tt.
fatly ijuolffi' thr, Judsr, ;hcn.
much I nvut hive been pr.tiifn.di
o a. cident I ati fjning to i elate to.
v,-. -r- pped my Iiotm, -lately,
where a great number of people were
collected at an auction of narchunl'a
ir.,otlt. The hour of th sale liofc.be-
i , v . o
bjcnc1 ol t'r tt
tmci ( and one of the
rompanv tailed f a plan, clean old
man, with v hite lock, pray father
Abraham, wbal ihtnk vou ol te times?
Will out lii 'ij: heavy taxes finite ruin
the country ? How shall wc ever "bet
able to p.y tiiem
What would vou '
dvise us to r 1 tther Abralum st od
up, and replied, 4 ft "you nave my ad
vice, I will give it vou in short ;
" for a word to thr wie is enough,"
as poor Richard says. Tney joined
in desiring bini to jU lx mind,
and gathering around him, he proceed
ed as f dlowa
Friends saya he, . the taxes are.i
indeed, vay liciiryand if those laid
4 on by the goveromew wr; ft-oly
cues we. had to pay, we mignt more
easHjrodhchargc jfem r.tratnrc may.
have many others, and much more
grteroas-toiotrir ofTnr W'We'lSx-jMretuT,
ed twice tt mucn hy our pride, and
four times as much by our folly j and
from these taxes the commissioners
canuot caje or deliver ui, by ailowiug
ari abatement. H iwevVf,"Tcr us hear
ken t giod advice, and something
may be done for us j " Hod helps
them that help themselves," as poor
1. 4 It would be thought a hard
government that should tax its people
one-tenth part of their time to be cm
ployed in its service j but idleness
taxes many tjf us much more j sl ith, by
bringing on diseases, absolutely short
ens life. " Sloth, like rust, consumes
faster ttian labour wears, while' the
used key is always bright," as Poor
Richard says. 44 Hut dost thou love
life, then da not squander . time, for
that is the stuff life is made of. as
Poor Richard savs. How much more
than is necessary do we spend in aleen
forgetting that "The sleeping fox
catches no poultry, and that there wil
be sleeping enough in the grave," as
r ior Richard says.
' If time be of all things the most
precious, wasting time must be
as roor lucrum says, "the greatest
prodigality ; ' since, as he elsewhere
again and what we call time enough
then up, and be doing to tbe purpose,
so by diligence shall we do more with
less perplexity, "Sloth makes all
things difficult, but industry all easy
and he that riseth late, must trot all
May .and ahallawarce overtafcr hia bu-t
Si'fleS5:at iiWit I hlU U'me travels
wUiTtt Mverty aopja veriake
him. Drive thy business, let not that
drive thee t and eijrjy to bed, and ear
ly to rise, makes a man healthy weal
thy And wise," as-Poor Richard says.
Ho -what sign ties wishing and hoping
for better times'? " We may make
these times better, if we bestir our
sefves, "Industry need not wish '
and he that, lives upon hope wilt die
fasting, There are no gains without
pains j then help hands for I have no
Unit" or if I hare, they ire imartty
t,xxa. He thai hath a iriie, hath
ciUte ant) he th.t hih calling,
hath an oflice o( proCi and hanour,"
roof Hicham ? but then the trade
mut tie worked at, in 1 te caJliog
clt Allowed, or neither 'the eitate
nor tU 'Tio will enable ui to py our
ncei.; 'Jf careind';5nv-FC hII
never atarvr a. for, " at the working
mart' home hunger lok tn, but darrt
out f ttter.H Kur wiirthi" bf or
W at though vol hve fouod no treat
,ek,nd fiod' give, .11 thing, to
v. T.,co Pl.ugh deep, white
.i L. .h.tt tivr
go id iuek
iluegard alcrp, nd yoU ahatl have
corn to bcIi and t keep. won
while it i called to-day, for von know
nt how muttl mju mty k hindered
to-morrow, "One to-day ia worth
two to-morrowi," ai I',or Ftichird
yi i and further, " NVver leave that
iill to-morrow whit you tan do to
day, If u weie a servant, would
you not be ahamed that a g-nxl mai
trrahould catch yu idle ? Are ym
men vourown m4iur be ihmed to
rttch yourif If idle, whe there it to
nucb t be done" for yourtelt, vojr
JrnirV'. your country, snd yo"rir 0d.
Hindlcyuur tools ithout mit'ent:
remember, thit The at in glove
catcnea do mice, j rmr
ayi, It it true tlxre ia much to be
'Ih t, and perhapi you arc'weak-han-iled
j but tik to it atradily, aod you
I gre't .ec', J f,,r "
Mtfo?pu, - eta away auiaca nay
j diligence ana patience tne mouse ate
m two the cable aod little urokea tell
great oaks. .
IMybtaki ;J heir some of you say,
' Mut a man afTord himself no lei
sure f" I will tell thee, my friend,
what Poor ll.churd saysi Kin ploy
thy lime well, if thou meanest to gain
leiture j and since thou art not sure of
inliidK, throw nor trw y an hour
leisure is time lor doing; something
.1 i i.-i- i .k-.r.i: .
lilts tenure inc unicui 111411
will obtain, but the lazy man never ;
for, " A life of leisure and a Tifc ol
laziness are two things. Many with
nit labour, would live by their wits
h .r thev break for wanl of
" whereas industry cives com-
lort, ana penty, ana respecT. riy
pleasures u.d they will follow- you.
t The diiigent aprorrer has a large ahtfr j
and now. 1 have a sheep and a Cuw, ev
cry body. bids, me goodmorrow.1
-II.- itt - wrth- oar mrJostrr wet
must likewise je sjadjsitlfidiiul
aiiB'ever see our own affairt
ith 'Hir own'eyes, and not trust too
much to others j for, as Poor Richard
. "Incveraaw an od removed tree, ....
Nor ye oft r emored farwily,- - -
That throve so well u tbose that settled be."
' And again, Three renvves is as
bad as a fire :" and again, 4iKecp thy
shop, and thy shop will keep thee ;"
and again, 44 If you would have your
business done, go t if not send." And
He that by the plough would thrive,
Himself mutt either hold or drive."
And again, " The eye of the mas
ter will do more work thun both his
hands :" and again, 41 want of care does
us more damage than want of knowl
edge and agair, 44 Not to oversee
workmen, is to leave them your purse
v$tt.M - Trusllng too-mucrr to -othrTs'
care is the ruin of many j for, ' In
the affairt of the world, men arc
saved, not by faith, but by the want
of it. If vou would have a faithful ser
vant, aod one that you like, serve
If 1 l!..t 1 1
yuurseii.. a hiuc. ncgieci may oreeu
great mischief j for want of a nail the
shoe was lost : for want of a shoe the
horse was lost j and for the want uf a
horse the rider was lost, being over
taken and sfaiti by the ericmy alt for
want of a little care about a horse
ahoe-oail. : ;
III. So much for industry, my
friends, and attention to one's own
business j but to these we must add
frugality, if we would make our indus
try more certainly successful. A man
may, if he knows, not how fo save as
Bf geUV?JfcecpRis nose'aTf tTialiieTto
the crintlstone. and die not worth a
groat at tast?f A fat kitchen makes'a
lean will j and, ,1
" Many estates arat spent in the getting," '
Since wnrnen for tea fomook ppinuing and
And men for punch forsook hewing and split-
i 'ng." v ?
" If you-woTfd be wealthy, think of
saving, as well is of getting. Tht In
dies have not made Spain rich, be
cause her outgoes are greater than her!
" Awayttf)n, witliyouf etpeonrel tf-irth cjhhllrl k Fruii
follirs, and yoa still not then have aolhas beco issued t Uuileiton, S c.
much cause to complm of hard times, fur the c.tabluhmcnt tl a .il.t cf
heavy taxes, and chargeable familU:'f llooMijMiMe lor tru m
fi)f " of hvlku This ceruirdy deit
- Womea and wine, ,m, and deet'it, jencu'oRcmfnt. W cannot Scf ay
Mtks It wealth mui,aaa W wsw E
AnJ further, "What tfiiirttairia;weeteiitr of maia lit ahuM nt
one vice. wouU brlog'up two chi!.! have an fjortuojty of acfjuimjji,,
driin?11 d msy tKia.errpft1tlIiiiwnal lustre, ty tie c-A,o ulnt f '
a Uuk tea, or Aiiule puocn woyr. Jolariet Y of tli-.tc fair !e otcci n geuim
then, diet a little more costiy, cioineesj 1 w.wikj w,.i.tJ.-u.i., .
nowand then, can fee no great matt iM; isv - -'.'.T.'.V Wetta-u.
. ,--mr K r..i L"?r'!if lh f'rraa li.i Ikr, n 1.1,. t. I I.
but remamuer, iViany a nine m.aes
. mlrlU "Rewnr- ,,f lift e eir.en.tencic1 in ttie aommiona tlit .
.h.p(n.lWKu1v7J.y. Jod CM.
"Who iU.nt.ea love, ah.ll Uggara
prove i and moreover, root make
prove 1 and moreover,
fcasii, aod wise men eat them,"
Here you are all got together to this
.il! of fineriea and nick-n:tcks Y.-u
call them goods j but, if you do n U
take care, they will prov evila tosorue
ol ym. - Yu expect they will be sold
cheap, and perhapa they m y fr less
than they cost but if you have no oc
casion for them, they mut be de..r
to you, Kemetnher what I'oor Hich.
rd saya, " Ruy what thou hast no
oeed of, and ere long thou sh tit sell
thy necessaries." Aod'again, ' At a
great pennyworth pause a senile:' he
means, that perhapa the Che iprcts is
apparent only, nod not re J: or the
bargain, by straitening thee in thy busi
ness, rmv do thee more harm than
good, For in another place he aays,
'Manv have " been ruined by buying
good peony worths." And, "It is
f'Hilish' to lay out money in a purchase
ol epenunce j ana yer tnis ia prac-
tised cverv day at auctions, for want
ot minding the almanack, Many a
one, f ir the sake ofj'inery on tJe Ipck
Rave gnfte srlth'V "frtlTrgryrieny v and
half starved their families; "Slks
and satins, scarkl and vrjytts, p it out
the kitcnen lire," ai i'oor Ki, h;rd
savs. These arc nut the necessaries!
of lif they car, -scarcely be tailed the
conveniences: and yet, omy bscuse
they look pretty, how many want to
have them ? Hy thse and other ei-
travagunccs, the genteel re reduced
to poverty, anu lorceo 10 oorrow 01
thrse whom they formerly despised,
u wfl l"""r,n maustry no irugiu-
V, have maiwta.ncd their standing , in
which cjsc it appears puuoiy, luax, .". .
plotighmao m-riij legs is higher than a
gewlemao o his kwsa,-". a WRiclv.
From Ibft Suaton Bulieti
fw of the manricwtSres andk-nK
punishments, attendant on drunken
ness, are respectfully dedicated :
Tlie Vices are idleness, pecvisih
eM,...quarKlli Iving, forgery, -gamblrngi" theft,-ob
s enity, fraud, hatred of justice, arson,
murder,' and xuicide. " ..
The Diseases Gout,
bloatedness, tremor3, indigestion,, in
flamed eyes, red nose and face, irrita
tion of the uerves, sore and swelled
legs, pain in the limb, burning in the
hands nd feet, idiotism, madness,
palsy, apoplexy and death.
The Punishments. Debt, black
eyes, hunger, thirst, Tage house of
correction 6 months, slate prison, gal
lows, and unless repentance eusucs,
misery in a world to come.
These are eenerallv- the effects pf
these evils befall you speedily. Some
of them no doubt yon have already
experienced. Let" this then prove a
caution to you to avoid it as you would
ITcattfi, Replc t Ton , of eating too
much, is the cause of most maladies,
and this is particularly injurious as we
advance -4 lifers Occasional -fastiag i
will generally correct indisposiHon,ithe sentence, and ordered him tu bs
without medicine, which should be
"considered as only a desperate re-
source." "We reijutre about a fourth of
the twentjvtour hours lor sleep : but
it should be good, and that can only
be acquired by areeularditrestion and
inhaling pure air while in bed. If we
do. not eTar,!; rerpngw.iihop?fl.
windo will be a tolerable substitute
' " ' Simplicity eeffrtA tyJvrtuton -
. A leader amongihe'114'iletho3
ists lately decamped with a large booty,
obtained fronvthe unwary by means of
forgedj bills. When onboard the Brit
annia, at Liverpool, he had the mod
esty to write to one of the preachers
of his late congregation, requesting
the prayers of his people for a lafe j
voyage to America,1'
i g i"u im urn 01 lltw
:periy, it is nm imw o irarrimaicd as
it had been. 1 he censors arc nt uow
allowed to inquire whether the w,.r'
under review be ustiul nr uteh it, pr(j.
vided it be ot prrjudicial to religion,
th Htaie, good rnaiiorrs, tr penif
iharacter. .V. IV lUquiftr.
.In Elrpfian!. The LmuU Me
pbant m adih at ;hc Ade.:p!iTiK.,
tr , L ndon, it said 10 be u e .7,,, .
and most pomrjxl attracts, utr
presented to the hivcrs of the f Jiumi.
In one uf the acts of the piect far which
she h been brought out, this net per.
former Bits down. t uo;rr and dnoks
two bottles of wiw"j afur taking ca
the corks and lutnlhi them, to tbs
atteidarrn. '. ,'f,t .
Itiildiihlm f(. tfL.
1 1K) liiizteth"nti .Mar f lifjekhurrt
wCfc b rn together at" Tidtlrndeai"
County Knt, utiii.d, .t: ihe hips md
ahoujders. They ..liycj, yjua at
the'eipOatlftn'fwh'cVone of thca
1 died, the other. refused t., be itpira-
ted from her by dissection: and diri
in about six hours. ,!u .
AVw Conch.'-A new cnacH,
id cunstruction arul appearance val '-
superior to th? St tge coaches georrajy
ui-.d here, excited the I'tenlica of '
erowk A tprctaTTrs yentrO.'jfini""
it drove up Hroadway. It ia mteadtd
to piy between this r.lw aoi Nt,rk.
It was driwn by 6 li.ttst of gooii ty.
pesrorrcrr ind carried ITi-MuUti
outside, and 12 ini;Je. e havcaot
heard br whasi it wa constructed." iA. .
QJ Tbe JJ.ud.Jurs of Xishville,
1 eon. crave an e enamr Jlnll ClcSci,
Vear rit. Titre m h ar.ma t.
is .the ihreshold of a. new era, iw wVit
hlizlaitaf aq... ihema;ri4jioit-ty
unite the sap runs up the trees, tbs
birds choose their mates, and those
who live jn 44 single ; wretchedoest" mif
be atrtMk"-with he ttj vonWiml
beauty af'the" B'ananVurrerideT.?
Suicide. Patrirk .Mulloy, a native
of Ireland, aged 31, took poison on
Saturday last, and died same evening, .
He was marrir l on the Tuesday pre"
viotis. Xew York L.njuira.
Old lioott. Died, on the 17th is.,
itatu, Ia hh srtb year,- Mr,: B.
an industrious b-iot and shoeruakcr,
WidL-rd, ntar Ciitlmsford. Thetlt
ceased worked for one master 50 xa
during which period ha made for to
In one of the criminal courts at Lou
don, a Ld of fourteen convicted of
theft, for the third time within a year,
was. sentenced t . seven years transpor
tation. He called out to the Judge, ;
addressing him bfirilndeccnt l't
44 Then I shall be just of age ; and
I hope Vou will stick uo there till I
coma back," .--THeoort reeonleKd-
transported for life.
Singular Suicide..,, A dreadful ac
novel mode of committing Suicide ,
pu t lapractke ba man named Fello.
in Woburni Delaware,, on the 19th ult
Xf pJ.wsT famlpf. 0ii?tssfe:
a manner on the steps of his cellar,' that -
must roll" down f -then -pla"" irgt
head on the lowest atepV ,he contrived "
to- et the bara"el tr goitrg--it-of ctwiae-.
crushed his head to pumice. .
of turkeys 44 crammed and packed in
close layers," were in Boston marked
at one time, previous to f 'tf9