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n tvea in ta aWaia frm Ut lichf orcr wise ami fool in themselfta, ! tbi semblance ef Itie'jualitjr, ltk
jr;ty ieca In jr!i,n bwi on Cotuciante. 7r. CJUwir.
SAtianUllY, UOWA.V COUNTY, N. C :..MUiDAY, AY ML 4, 1031.
Vol XI.....Mi. tcy
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A young lady may excel in sp'cak
n French and Mian i mty repeat a
T bass I gee th-votumn t
';;u ictaV t'kc i profefsoryand ti
drcnritrd with her own drawiog ti
fe!c, stands, flower-pots, screens and
..kiitt nav. hrf mar dance like
R,mt)hronia herself, ind yet we aha!
insist, that she may have been ery
tidly educated. , I am far from mean
See to il do value whatever on any
or alt of these qualifications j they are
,i of them elegant, and many of them
tend to ihe p:tlecttngoi a pome euu
... ,u These thiozs. to their mert.
ore aud degree may be done i but
there are other which ahould not be
- left Mndonc MinyjhingV'Scorn-
aides, as the world seems ta be fully
npriied6f the ralueof whatever tend,
to embcllUh life, there is lewoccaaion
rii "one luiuK ""x""'
here toinaWt on ita importance, llut
,vn,1(,S a well-bred young Udy may
ia w fatly-Jea rn- won m c laaoiuiiamc
arts, yet, let me does it leern to
,. 0 - r.L r-L:. Li-
be the true enti of, euucauon, io maic
players, pamtera, actrenei , acuiptora,
.mhroidrrera t Most men are common
ly destined to some profession, ana1
their minds are consequently turned
each to its respective object. . Would
it not be strange if they were called
out to eiercise their profession, or e
tjp their trade with only a little gener
1 inowledee of the tradea and pro
fessions of ail other men, and without
anv previous definite application to
their own peculier calling i The pro
fession of ladies, t which the bent of
twe-L miction! should be. turnrd,js
that of daugbters, wives, mother and
of families. ThL bouId
. ,1 .t.. . 4 km (..-,
- these several taouiv. M-"i?
Bhed wik ides?, nd JiriBcipUs and
qualifications, and hbiis, ready to be
- -applied and appropriated aaiion
mv demand, to ecn oi tnc rc.pw
'xve thuitions.' Thooch the arts
which mertl? embelish life, must claim
to marry, u is a cotttpMoTrawnrfw
..r,. .nl nnt an artist. It Is not
merely a creature -wh' can paint, and
plav, and sing, and draw, and dress,
and dance i it i a being who can com
fort and counsel him: one who can
reason, and reflect, and feel, andjudge,
end discourse, discriminate ; one who
can assist him in his affairs, lighten
bis cares, sooth his sorrows, purify tus
joys, strengthen his principles, and
edUCate niS Cmiurcn. twm
woman wh is fit for a wife, a mother,
and a mistress of a family. '
Aberneth8 Courtship and Mar
fi'ae.The following amusing aoec
dote of Abern.uhy, the surgeon, is
from the 18th number of the Nation
:ti al Potrait Gallery The reported
t.shion of his courtship and marriage
is ciemplary. While attending a lady
for several weeks7Tie oFservedbose
admirableTquITificalibM tri herdjTlt
ter wnicn ne iruiy mccuicu iu .
culated to render the married state hap
py. . Accordingly, on a Saturday,
whetakmiy-lttvf -Mi hti. paticnvJie
. addressed her to the following pur
port i' You are now so well that I
,eed not sen ybu after Monday next,
.when I shall come to pay my farewell
visit. Rut io the mean time I wish
you and youf daughter serious to
consider the'proposal I am now about
to make. It U abrupt and uncere
raonious,1 1 am aware j but-the exces.
&i vc ..ciccupation . of . rry ti m e by my
-profesiooal duties, affords me no lei
sure to accomplish what I desire by
the more ordinary course of attention
and solicitation. . My annual receipts
amount pounds, arid I ran settle
-pounds, on my wife j my charac
ler.is generally known to the. public,
so that you- may -readily aacertain
hat it ia. I have aeen in your
laughter a tender arid affectionate
child, an assiduous and careful nurse
nd a gentle and Udy-like member of
a lamily such a person must be all a
fii'iiuni culd covet, and I offer my
hand and fortune for her acceptance.
Off Monday, when I call. 1 shall ex.
pCct)our determination! lor really
i .t r t t m
nave not time ior me rouune oi Cnurt
ship. In this humor the woman was
wooed and won t and we believe we
rnay,dj, tle union has beeo,fclicitou
iftWtfy tjXCr '-' ---- -
It It said that the character of a wo
man may be known by the internal ao
prarance of htr hou-te, and the dress
and manners of her children. If the
furniture of her apartments exhibits
an air of extravagance and show, rath,
er than comfort, we may infer that
she is a vain woman f and that her
mind, and her dress, are equally fo-
tastic. ii me ornameutsol her house,
however spJcnma they may-be. are
badly arranged, or incongruously as-
common, and more especially if the
drapery of Archne is suffered to hang
through the wall of cornices, it is a
"proof strong- as holy writ, that she
Is deficient both in taste and neatness.
Such a woman would as likely as not
dress roses h her besver, and a cap
to save the trouhlcof combing her
nair. ; .
If her children, notwithstanding the
-wihioft . of ricbe if . their U.t hea,
are dirty or carelessly dressed if
their mirds are uncoltiTated, and
their manners rude, the mother will
most generally prove to h boih lgnor.
ant and indolent. sr which is worse.
whollyjndiffrrent to the. welUbeinir xif
her children. The opposite of all
these may be ascribed to the woman
whose house is neat in every part as
far as she is ahte to render it so. It
matters not whether she dwells in a
palace or a cottage, order and neat-
oei! Jiecanspicuaus in every, thin g
round hert. In the dress. of her chil
dren, she unites simplicity with taste,
and-attends at- one to the -improve
menLot;thifje nuods.';anu "iwi vauoh
onnoae graces which, in a greater or
less decree, accmliwr to theirres
necuvc: stations. jo .: Jite wilrTeco'Ti.
mcna mem m society, oucn a wo
man, although he may not be learned
or accomplished arcrding to the
modtrnacccptition of the tttno, willbc
Qttad 10 p55 SCSI judgmeflfgod wnir.
and a correct tate. With respect to
herJress, its " unfitness'' will never
be made an apology for not seeing
her friends. Her domestic, or other
engagements, may .with propriety pre
vent her from receiving their visits
but if she chooses to see them,, her
dress, if proper for . the business in
which she may happen to be cngiged.
she will never be ash imed of, - Both
at home and abroad it will always be
dictated by a sense of propriety, pre
serving a proper medium between the
extravagances of f'hion, . and that
homely plainness that usuadv denotes
an ordinary mind. -
Mtmovct qf Jeffersoa.The West-
minster Review fur the month of Oc
tober last, observes, ia relation to this
important jvorici- . ,:,
6t these to tames tntt-wr-mwjr uni.
estly commend them to all our read
ers, who have not yet perused them,
containing numeruns and rich ma-
terljl of authentic history i as pre
senting, on almost an truiy impuriaiii
a tt . . I m O.
.icstions, views somcti.mes new, most
Venuentlv lust, and always worthy of
patient consideration : as abounding in
ncitements to moral cojrage and po.
Jileal honesty: as confirming rational
hopes of the progress of knowledge
and liberty : as elevating our opinion
of human nature."
The editor of the Morning -Chroni-
cle, a paper publtshed m Lonaon, mr
tber remarks '
JcUerson was unaouoteuiy uic
greatest public benefactor that hjas ap
oeared" in the hihetccnthj century:
whatever may he his' station in the
eighteenth, in which it Is difficult to
uV that he was secondeven to
Vashingtoa. . , "'
AMxnorR or bur.m.
Burns was one day at a cattle mar
ket held in a t'iwo in Cumberland
and lathe bustle that prevails oo these
uttumota ne ioi gigni oi.nis respecita
opened the door of every rqom, ad
merely looked io, till at last, he came
to one to which the jolty Cumberland
blades were enjoying themselves. Al
shauia.l Ciaie-.iat Jhon v-- Peep.
IJuros obeyed the call, aeattdf himsel
the life and soul of the party. In the
course of their merriment, it was pro-
poseii that each should write a staoxa
of poetry, put it with half-a-crown be
low the tandlestick with this stipula
tion, that the best poet was to have his
half-crown returned, while the other
three were to be expended to treat the
party. What the others wrote has now
unk in oblivion, but the stanza of the
Ayrshire ploughman ran as follows :
Her an I, Johnny f eep
I saw three ibeen, ,
. And these three sheep ssv ne
liir i crn a picre,
Will py for their leec,
And so Jolvmr Peen rei frt.
A roar of laughter followed, and while
the palm of victory was unanimously
voted to Hums, one of the English
men exclaioed, In 0 ds's name who
r yHil A o explanattoo-ensned,-an.d
the happy party did not separate
the same day they met.
Historical Jlnecdotc.Tbert was,
n iughdiiplayed at court a mask
ot particular splendor, io which the
King himself, Charles II. acted
part. Six personages of the highest
rank, the Kinr himself beini one of
them, appeared, for the amusement of
theparty, disguised ln-lhe. character
of silvans or satyrs. Their dress con.
sisted of canvass coats, pitched over,
to which wool or flax was attiched in
oose flakes, to represent the charac
ter which they had assumed. They
were linked together with chains, and
ormed a pageant, which excited gen
eral curiosity. The Duke of Orleans
the privilege of his rank to ap-
proacji thejsil vans with a torch7'in or-
i rn.-r,rr.- i'iti-tj --.- :-.--- - ..
in tne manner aescnuca mere was lit
tle chance of escape j yet the general
cry of the perishing group was to save
the King, even while jheyjdicnuclvca
painTuT.""The Diifchess orBerrVwhb
was speaking with the kingatlhe
moment when the accident took place,
had the presence ol mind and resolu
tion to wrap the unphappy monarch
inSier mantle, and save him from a
death which, in his condition, how
ever "painful and horrible, might have
been a meicifal dispensation, Anoth
er of the unhappy maskers plunged
himself Into a cistern of water, which
chanced to be . near. The remaining
four were so dreadfully burnt that
they U died w great agony, : ,
Sir Walter Seott'a Tale of a Grandfather.
, Slate of Maine, vs. pedlar t of Woo.
den Cloch.-Oa Monday last a bill
was twice read io the Legislature of
Maine, prohibitingjpedlars from trav-
elUog from town to town selling woo
den clocks, on the penalty of thirty
of the law! Is not this rank treason
'firikWa of Indus
- . a m a m m
tnous Pew England peaiars; we
knowftht theser cbeka go excellent
Well wc verily believe and wilt vouch
for it, that rwt an advocate ot this
bill in Maine keeps as good time, or
obtains in his movements a. tick as
unlimited, or should by chance his lick
be about ceasing, or when it has ac
tually ceased, there is no one who has
the v(slca one f course) to
. i f . i .:.. ,ivl.. :r
this bdl pass into a law, what would
become of our excellent New England
fritnds,--wholesale dealers in cl ocks
nutmegs and other' nolionst Well
may they exclaim
" Tbt fedlara occuptuon gone-,'
Much we fear, that this may be their
exclamation before long, for the bill
hat passed to a third reading. This,
Dogberry would have said , is most
tolerable aad not to be endured,"
' A X Mer.
derJQ discover whQne.makeriwerer "Zvdmrupl wu-.- ..
Unhappily, their "dress -king highly dote of the blirberV'failofe," io We J.th?:.wn"Jed W'??rT;,i,lito"i;w.:i:r
inflammable, the whole group was on nesdn's paper. reminded a friend tolsnacks. Hence going anacks, or di-
rao tii tAvaaata areina.
Jl Scheme 1 ,1 precious Scheme 1 1
We take the following article irons
the Baltimore ICepulIlCsn, .a print
which has ever been noted as correct
:n Its assertion, and one which has ever
been devoted to the present ajminls
(ration Yel,' and one too, that ha
watched the movementsofthe coalition.
and fearlessly brought them forth and
has discovered i plotbotifill-notjcamrilittle'escltcd by" thcaciing of '
do the coalitioo roust make another I a pantomime before him, which did
trlaUiMrrMcIio never wIM consent
to lend himtcf to such a compact
hib niicjjriijr oi inia fnurmin ia ioa
well known, and we hazzard nothing:
in the assertion but, come forward
who mar. Jackson must be triumph,
"The opponents of General Jackson,
discovering the utter hopelessness of
any attempt to elevate Mr, Clay to the
Presidency, and having no other man
in their own partv. for whom it would
It a wnpill aauKilaw at wa. m a. mmam ' ak smII I
. k..; s. r.i.Jl k....j r
he honl.t nalrioirwhSmnKrbFonli
delight to honor, have been sorely puz.
,ka.. . -,k..' w... .u.il L.
sue, But a scheme, a most notable
scheme, is now on foot among them!
i, s. tk-m!....k.-. .k.
1 UVSIMII1L a,!- tu VWUIV IS 111
Jackson rank for an.Jackoncn.
son .Ms their motto.-Thev have riven
ud si their idea of runn oir Mr. C av.
' ' "
we have learned this fact from men
i , , '
-e-a right to know, and- who,
Tt,.;. .Ik fr..
u;.u.. Tk.;. .;k.. , .rr..
f k..;. n innw si ,f
a iivh aviiviisv bj' w a svv viaa
of Ohio, the late Post Master General
mi n t t .
ineyun nereaoouts, no longer in
whispers alwut this matter. They say
their raoitois, as we said before, "any
thing to defeat Jackson," they are wil-
ingtotakeMr. McLean. We Awotor
sucn is tne.r present intention. ve
a t a t a
have heard some of them avow it,
and many things have come tq ourL.-,. an-r, ii;. !,,;,! In-'
knowtedge whicrcbrbborate the truth
call and tell Uf of aloss he mewith a
. ' . .... . . I
disciple ot my oi martin had his only
-S.-.L -:..r . l ... I.
1 . . r .
.. if. j s j.-.t i .i ' I
,ng, he put on ye.terdaa dull pair and
IUUDU 1113 w7 X'P " VUIIC
Brush, Which was fast as a door nail
could make it. Cuff however, shewed
the dark of his countenance through a
broken paoe and said, ' -
"Good mornin' Massa. .
"Open the door, Cuff." ,
"Oh, Massa, I ber sorry I can't
admit your honour." , ,v .. . .
(tP .i .till nnt
,. Wl met misfortune, and beeil
uuiievu io mm i;ai ui.
Ah. thatV badho w much have
VOU taiiea ion -
Tirteen, foliar scbenty one cent,
fWell, hand out my boots, luu,
make an honest settlement with your j
creditors, and you'll do welln9ughJ'
MIere'a one, Massa
Hand alone the other
Unno, wassa, i on.y Paya uiui-
dend of fifty cent on de dollar
We have recently heard the follow-
I : .... I . a' 0 a . . . 1
I . 11 1 . 1. f -t . -t 1 I ..!.:.'. k .ni -
ing story of one of the Governors 0fsen,h Turkish. rerneMefratrum.
the States - His'excellency was doiugt - lhc U S' 0,R'? abuJve,
the honors of Lafayette's reception in
a splendid room fitted tip for the inter
esunc occasion. He had been as little
accustomed to a carpet, as the coun
tryraan who walked around it on the
floor i but treated it with mucPT, less
respect, vJIis Excellency was an inor;
dinae chewer oT tobacco, and had a
most juicy mouth,, which he emptied ' uucepniu, the Ja rite borse of Al
with but little ceremony onthe Turkey Hasnder h-Creau fh President cf ;
carpet, whose splendors were unfolded
for ihe reception of the Nation s Guest.
The servants in' attendance looked
upon the disgrace to which their favor
ite was thus subjected, with silent sor
row, but with many a ftimficat look
. . -i ,.." ,i .
iwnicn no ooe out t'-irro ciiewer
could fail to undtrxuud, The fiov.
fcrnor did not take tUir hi.-.t. and iro
Uhining receptacle, ilesnttcd in every
decent establishment, for tSe accom.
modatioa of such rentlet. a( his
- Kxcellency. , was pushed rrnd ard
I round for bis notice, until t COuli
I avoid it no joneer wiihout tumiriff h:i
back , on the honnred object f his.
Icouatrit'ai. ratUudeI Ijijenttr, tc
not tiDdcrstand."" He only thcwtJThe"
I harder, and poured forth the odorife-
i rouS saliva 10 iDtctu uHMuca.
At last, with much Impatience, hrex-
J claimed to the servants, If yon &V
hake that there there away, I It rt ita
Tht Fhilotophy of Sleep. 0
rould suppose that sleep had more u
do with conscienct than phiioaop t.
A sound sleeper must either be a vtr;
honest man or a hardened villiau. Mr.
Macnish.a physician of Glasgow, h.s
f PuWl.hpJ. wor h!rV h.l'. " "
vestate. the philosophy ot iieep. n.
work ia divided into thirteen chpier '
h-thelntroduction-the sensorial pow.
"-"P ICB"" V". i T
pose the absence of watchfulness the
I " a a t t t 1 a.
h?ie.of,.leeP wh,ch Probly t0.,re:
W1? "rcie om of
.. k. . K - al.n nl nl.nl.
yj ,UV""S ,Uk
l whith muit be verVstnmd Dusiness.
drMm'Sm'D,,8erneo K d'e"."l,n5
of night mare day mare sleep walk
l mght mare day mare sleep
, . IL I 1
i"s sicep iaiioK icfPiwci-.
lUtJt0 fU -w""drml-
UB r J 7
lhe "" HC -9,matcd oa
' J -
Sna,k. Durit the nlpue in Lon.
lAnn i nnlflj M .Mrrhi.r live A hm
i reverie uiiriciiuu'Uiuwiiucsi '
creaifd to fm lhil finding he could"1 7
not cVmpasT li;"leffcr7d to any per- T.;
son who ahould join him in hia -bar-
a a sj ' a. . . 1
na.'i,'.. i intonrl fa
Iriuopnnr rnfaaid a lanliird to B ten- .
-.s'rr . .
onct nunj of fiuf .
a wae, by M, M. Noah, a man of genuine
wit and humor, andoi whom we will iay ,
lh all bis butts, the corit editorial could
have " better spared better ran." His ;
humorous paragraphs acquired for his
paper extensive noiorieifi which the
present editor attempts to austain by most 1
wretched Iml'ations ol hia predeeevr.
Imlistawit! He had as. well attempt to
imiiste lightning;" e quota, below a-
In$pec."e f $xi'
find In one. paper... If they do tiot.fnak
What ha heeoma ftf ih. M..t.
-. - ' w 'lljllil
Bank I It ia putinir oo its dick.
IWhat baa become of the merchants e.
- national" organs at Wash-
ronton, a wannesio," on the present
. . ; ; - -
J . , .. . 4
iawaiav vaaati ' BISJ livi sjl fill FlSlUQ ' '
to it supfwse he was ashamed to du it. ' '
A Cooflo. lustrum Eurirc. ia
rhrlfonseranacxed tha' adrnlnfii f iiToS -r
on tke Russian miijion, and Tatwrll. in
angrr , severe, peitinb, and impotent upon
Col. Bciiicn uf Missouri. Tho Colons I
can stand a breeze.
Tne IVifd Geese,1 ssys the RUl.
wsfa W'A'yY sre already mlgrailnft te
me north," Many members from Con-
gres are cxpecied heie in a few dyu.
tVWh caMt the Prelont an J Cabinet.
an Aenfthluut admimWauoii.' lit uieana 7! ""
inn wmicu ui.iti vuua, coum oave Set
Mr. Walsti rtk'bt.asto the applicatioti of
certain animals, tvnoare riiideu Lr cr - ',"
tain purposta. , -
Vi alkit'a National Hank Gazette ia very
indusirinunly opuoaira; the administrsn '
tiwi. lety way be gives it a abow "