r " T j
. 77 0
.hmhlaoc, Vineai,; which find no W la the heart of th.cituon. cUu.U
--8ALISBUIIV, -ROWAN COUNT V, ; N. C..
.MONDAY SBPrCMBCli w. iiw.'' -5
(VOLn All! ....ISO w.
c it ,
71, wtxTER y C A UOLW K Y u
,t-0W awl . Ve WfWrs prr
V,.,!"'' riAid lArr ittonfAJ j or 0
iMiwi ndfflf tent, if pnid at any
timtluit lit f ear. ... JV Vopermll
ke iHtrm't4l M ull arffra get art
Jya ;iJ,tcnpTtPi itf'f be rceiietdfor oTc
'A failure la notify ' Kill or of a itijA
3".ici'"' '" '"' h.'fj'r. the erA.
friiiofhjjV't ' be eoiuidertd at a
... mrn'-tincul. -!
Jiiy per wt pwwi w Hni'tnl tun-
trt'Jxri t utrouman, tain nave
tctfitik lir grutii.
k.irtUM'l nt the uunl rute.
i le'lrri allrrwd to lU Klitor
w it jotf "d of t!y uitt not be at.
Uni 4 to
ff TUtM terms will be strictly . ail
he red to.
rau Tim tnrn tur ijurtth,
We 5kI tl: f"l' iiij ditvcrtiTfiriit
IrkirHinary in tho Jirt Purjnfory Jjy
lo, llcam" d iwn ifi"' l!i.mVr .Vonn",
tr i tberrfore , jt wl frm Ihc. Trti.
- J,y TrimltW tio lMfurifo iri.livitloal
-vi bso."uS3i'risT(VVl, who ha t'.ie "con
tmfirforrying thn Mailt on tint new
Voter whieh extj;vl from lie upper
r.rkof8h River," to "Uio Ril Polo."
li (he Uwtic has kiti'liy proltonsd an
. etcnwije, end ha but a limited rircuhv
(iafl to these ptrtu, wa here, ae-limtly
rawnted treitfor llie "e lvertiwment"
to our euiumne .without Tee or rcrord.
Jurt errivoJ and will be exhibited fr
1ew JV xailVlhe XiUuwin? described
natural eri"itici " tlmt in to my
iH. Ttft ThinJrr-boIti ami their
: jrv? Cllbt nite.dnjs ohl. 'Jliwhole
- Joriiinj en interest in family rnjpj well
iWh-A aHwauif mmtmtm
t! ikit.il panther grinned fo denlh by
toe " Uij lime ao."
3rJ. Gjx. J a m e i B r-o-w n. R n-y,
embelwe-l in sil eoejdeenieJlh hV
ineignia. tlwt n tony drM.eum
4nnib E riuriUiel'iiuin the StecVand
4th. "A rriwf," with bonryfii ttnol
iron the xrjwn f hi head to tho $iul
efhil loot," occanioncd and inliatnj by
aa ohitinato aaJ preino!itdtotl imlulzniice
n ihtfpm'-at. " .In au uUe auJ el Kincnt
tBmnwhe wTtTad'Iresii the nudinnre, pof
.tni t tit trvt rater tit (InneM whklr
- artr? jnn iu tAf fiet and lift tip his warn
inj fluece fr yu to ahiin tho " 01 pre-
jtuijee whiclj vaicM before on." lie will.
'tf Jjine perwiU recite (in a elioepinh man
, it is true" if he dmit I winh I may
' he Apt") hi hiibrtadti seapoe " thai a
II iw the kair dc
. . - -T .......
-f- ., Where ih vaJ grew '
-ai ernieliidfl by ,; talking a sheep td the
. lite, luiiag lioroicaliy, heartily and hye
sth. A ftt r trtn r.tA?rciioiT loqk.
tm wniRtwrTo ".driren to the wall," by
-eluinentabla rninridenee of eoneatinated
immistatr. Wiihm.it .j wife, fhiMren I
&HfKK-h i(4ijtuMea wi'h a tehtiflr
's wliiehjeem to. reeall tone found tA
faiilJ UngninB." He wdenf,dnm1, blind
. tknej-hnfl le'f r i1 eors -and it Lua and
...lUfflUje for f tiuraelvee."
5'h AruotiiRoui Coir. Snnnosei
lrlrjn to my namesake tiaty Trimhle
perhaps one rif his tra how) firnnd in
li ajmiiel of death nenr; the ' Ridge
tule, fimndered on cunie.d thunderclaiw,
n'r of naddlehnffs-Iavinji near, ono end
, st iffjd vith a ,,jatfnprLcipico''!and tl
otlHrn "unusual quantityof Purgatory
WuiMq Extni, ; '- ; . : .
th. The Lios"(.. " HOAturJe ok
s th Lamb. GenerjaJ, Jatksop
"ettmjj to" a quarter of run w mutton
1 ho niio of A Friend", peems to ,ha vc
"rT1Hlrri)n Into tfu- "''naitJcTim
A Pktr mmrW of hn'i;hnnit,ih
1 Irum A H ub M
"ran tnse it- lml il l eJlrir l wwTi I ninv
9th. ThC io.ss,bF'Jc8Tic belnz
Ksn!)l rid'.'red fence eaailv mtaJU, ao
wvinj bun fjtheoccomiidatioh
lssen2eV.,, fl int Venture tooneai the
Ahtre-of thiS fcg; or en Siitit hs jiurt.
Xwe but 1U0 lernrrt can. nlav " Ciutiis.
o lone -encloses; -- y-
10th. TiiETHaKE BticuCaT.ra-Cknk
""iiHwd gratia into thirdcp4rtino.u ot n
.5.Seaae ry '-: "i fs
,v Ufh. KisrrrtcictriitioyAt Rfpvi
, "fiS (MITDlOtTK FirVitOYEBSOir, With
. an4 rtn,- iKrt.T'bot OiMijewhuUVtt
J2th.. A IIo4esex Dofl,-whoae hide has
in the tan ?at 33 times, but he will
ltki unfit. :.t ''V .
13th. Tbs r tLLl or iA taA.
rnet ,"eiir;i dyriosity. : IIo ran
Wi a fih fuHtini'off'fttnn nv noriti.t
wmihj m go ihma nrlce nt oT Jile way to i
Irie". - j.") " It mar be emplmtii;allv
said of him that li w if mun of duudY
nod oot if wirds."
..llth. A Dirnta rtn, bninir the Mcnii.
cal . whnla trwinmuM to mu ie dtt t
tint of drfctni faun the immortal Jonnli,
wtttltiwed hina eixl (iiwlly dted of Jis-
l.th. A Mite Cat end a mj kitten. Aa
A I) C ia to D mi it the tale 4
The kitten an! the Cat,
To the C.inwl enj the nat.
I lih. A ot iioetR. A dfitd horse
wirr ond'd by carrion rrow; (not the
" three Wsrk me.") ami d p (imH so aU
mihty fut .either.') These are Fthibi:.
ed in a "ten oora li' l I," whieh I tle ab-mt
for Ik rsrcrinl prpor. I nsn:ilty raise
forty bushels to the acre, M auintttimes
inore omeiims lew.'
17th. Tub tT or mi! Irii!em, le.
in the last Mirvivin Wild (.'at nf a whole
cart Ixid whieh I encountered nt l!ie Ui
per forkaof Salt River. If I was. likeoth
cr men, I could tell you aotnethiiij of this
n-ht where " (in ek met
must leave it to bo relicnrted
by the Illv
Doors opened el sundown end clono at
daybreak; " '
No trttnlihg uWnwriA in tho boxes. Any
ciiilcmua wuhldff to try hie strcaotb,
nay etep into the pit and select his.nriliig-.
oiust from any department or the .Menaje
rie. I'nir piny w a jewel.
A well bred Orchrtlra will enliven the
entertainments. Mimic liy iheearth'jinken,
aecompanied by thunder and lightning,
hail atonas. M cats ami dos," Ae. Ae. ;
and I am further enabled to xtute, tlmt tiie
accdinpliiiUcd tra quliu aud tocaliU, Mra.
Royal, h?s kindly pmlibred her assistance
on this occaition, which I fein hope will
be what is meant M 0 mat of reason and
ufmraf ' md : "
The inuit delicate attentions pai l to
visitor. Nses, ej'c, ears, Ate. aN
frmlrd e, end a strong body of police sta
li.mi'il arotindto Irecp order. f If anv grn
llcinan or Iat!v iiwrnU bu ift'unrtu4i.5i a
ti lonsftto tho ahwui'.tVtfa nose,' ic. Sjc.
ahoul I lie returned it I 'lind, or ho or ulie
all ill receive a commutation in any thing
m or nlic eascf holjof,
About daybreak, a few Sky Koeket
nd rtombshelts will bo sent olf. Any
gentleman- wishing fo tuke a little inno
cent ro creation, run lie accommodated bv
lyin aj thoJJtaKB.OJlcc.
'he whole to coiieudo bv awallnwina
ilhout crea-inj, tho Ofchr.Ura, Mrs.
R oval included. I would try the whole
Manajjerie but I have-been afflicted of
utQ with the dvsitetMa.aitd my ii.hy niciaus
rocommoittl aWtinenet Pr iIm prerf, - -
LAW CASE. '
The fallowing case was suhinittcd to an
eminent barrister some time ago :Sir jmi
are reouestcd to answer tho following :
All .tbr- dyed' m . mouth .-nrsgt
leaving a rreelioid csiato una aiiJ lira
hirti amount. -I was born in tho WcVI
uUot'abcloro m v brother. (Juarry ; I low
oucht -fitther ' prori.y -lay lia. 4lposed
of I Optmou; lour ItUber hHVing tijvd
signifiea nothing nor would it if ho had
died intestine, that i to say of a bowel
complaint. According to tho law of pri-
hn''eiiirure, I am, dueuiouly or ownmn
Thar the-freehold proK-Jtydeaccrttli.lo
yon, if your younger brother eannt prove
.1 . . . I... ' I -
1 iiai 110 is yAMirwJiiior j m nu iiiciie
I recommend A'ill!l?Jf...Xl.y.p.'Jj5j:Sll!l.
br Jthcr, resen ing to yon,reelf the sweets',
that is to sav the sugur, &lc. ol the est
rnoM rnr. cexova cAxtrrri.
Which is true if cither ?
Refore Gen. Jackson vetoed the R mk
Rill, tho opposition asserted that he dare
not do it, for (ear ot hazarding his popu
larity, and' of losing Pennsylvania ; but
now that he has done it, they sav his ob-
ject was to inauo imscii popular ! 11 iney
T' I' 1 I ltJ.l
will inform us winch ol these contrartic-
lievo, we will try tojiccommodutc.thcm.
jorl trourSavi(ar,"n Whiff
the Laiiil vulgate stands fhusY ,rQMiJ e jf
ecritol F These letters transposed m ike
Jistf rir-'f Ufcif." " It is the man IhT
fdre thee.. . , ir '
The Jackson moa have ohtaited (in the
thane of bets sjme hanJstrmo- di-icpums
it Uiicle Sam's R ink,- n'ltwithstanding the
TfClX!",S m:Kl?T pmit 9ihtinftfai
to bo sura, but none the wor$e lor war,
Like tho man win wanted money without
mating kiMn) popeHytHsw h t--Uo
Ulrfy men" iou 'doro aud I ll uraw, or
.... . . - 1
; v A'.TsMME'DOU3 GALE. C
:':JoHn fJate.1 riow residing:; in -Tretitori,
Ver Jersev. is said to bo seven fcet Uiree
inches high, and, to weigh tlirce huudred
and fifty potMWsi.j;.
Slanderers axe likff Jlies that leap orer
To, all a man! aaod oarta onlf tat T
"raw. Pihto'a iiir 1
; Clirl() Hanivter wal one evening pre.
siding at a cooviviul parly, when a fnend
suM to him, Vou will ruin yotirconstitu
tiw by aiftinj npat nttfirTi thie msiauir."
" Oh, replied Runi'stcY,' " yon do not
know tlie natore of juy ammtrrtrtioii 1 1 Tl
up to watch it, ami keep H i repuir, whilel
yo BTfl,fl e,.
Tersons RuTiject todr'iwainras wfien rad
in j in the eveuin may jod a radical pre
ventalive to this hiiftling lotvlxiicv by lake
in an onion cut through the niiMls and
plaerd near the eyes, rhune involuntary
leare of count? are produced by Ihe pn
ee, hut it htuves the ejelwll rtfrcshed
and dipcU the loe;y heaviness.
ox a otrrrox with i viry LABcssotTB.
Il;re lies a fimotis Uilly slavo,
U'hoMt mmith was wider t'.ian a erny,
Traveller, tread lihtlv o'er his
For aliould h't gapu yoa'ro yoiw by gra
cioua. " Put wont yon tako my word, sir, when
I (ell you I will call and liqufil tto yisir -marnl
on Hafurday mmio next f" sni I a
delinquent fhihtor to a dnnniiiz ermlit'r,
with whom he had ba.lmo aharp words.
o, e-r, rejnjned tho wber," 1 had fa
ther you would keep your word.
Disease is hut a niessi-ither "
To wani lh' unwary traveller,
To bid the weary hasten on
To rest, and joya, on eaith unknown.
Dincae is mit a prophet see.
' T uofi.ld a judgment wat a near.
To antedate ain'a puni-ilimout,--
Hut merely ye repent rrepent f- " "
Disease it sent by Ileavef.'a decree
To linners such as you and me,
TUiUe mmiI from Mrtftil ntnfe-
Aud woo it Uick lo love ol lifo.
Disease may be employed by death
To waste the form and siopihotirrnth,--'
Rut I)iiith, nor Sin, ior ljcl mny cfave
"The aoul Jclwvoh desiue feaaew
" TTi' .Wa" Stcrrt R.ilev was asked
- jm . . aw.
il woman rouid Keep a M'crct. " 1 here is
one seeret," said he, "and that i the only
one tliey can keep their njje.
Tlicre is an Eustern etorj of the pniwm
who jauht his pnjrryt tp i,peiit.oiilv th
words "" what doubt is t!iere . IhalF
lie carried it the market for Hale, fixing
ihcprieoat 100 rupees. A moi;ul asked
tho parrot." Arc you wortn 1ITO rupees'
The parrot answered, " . Wlw i.dub! is
tlero of llmlT? ' Tho inojrul waeleiighled
and bought t!to "bird. He souii found out
that thi wa all it could any. Almined
uow. ol bis bargain, he aaid to. himself, " I
wat a fixf 10 buy this bird." The
('arret cxdauacl as usual, tV bat uouht
u there of that J - - - ,
It i..yery raeely het weeeetlic euhject
of " the 'advantages of iiewiipaperr treated
so fairly nd impressively, as irt 4he -f 4
lowing article from a London paper :
there are no means so efficacious f r
increasing tho knowledge of facts' as the
leadiuit of. MCW8pHuers.,..JThey . T.ot .only
siipply facts, lait by presenting the argu
ments of cippbigcouascirj?.eakers on
various sides iu Parliament, at meetings,
toi'ther'ahnrperi the intellect, arid jwcae
nil the meana ever devised for exterHhng
knowledge and improving the iniud, news
papers' are by far the mod cflective.
Volnejv who had seen men in all the
stipes of civilization, in bis lieotur's on
History observes, It is neceiarv to have
lived in countries where the press does no'
exirt to conceive all the effiiets of its pri
vation to imagine tho eonfusiorv thrown
into rccitalvthe absurd hearsays, the un-
rlaioM in opinions, the obstacles to in
si ruction, the ignorance in tne minus 01
...... ... .
ajjijjo .by ,thc .irarlw Jt atjjMffiH
papers. Ilistory owes benedictions to
him who in Venice tirst iiiougnt 01 mwiag
bulletins of news for the small coin cal
led .a gflettct UtuniWuiehv they ; Jiav!ar
coived their, naiac ; and;,in XictrUtttef
are instprHvo monuments, precious even
in their aberrations, as tbey paint the pre
vailing spirit of the times, and their con
tradictions present fixed Bases for the dis
cus'ioit of facts. Hence, when we are
told that in lhair now settlements, tho An
glo-Americans' make first road, nd cat
rv a printing press fr a newspaper, it ap
they attain the object, iwd nuke lue anal-
vses of everv nood social system, as So-
caminunication of pertons, of thoit'htt and
thaw : tml m the rt w Oosremrnont
reduced to prevonung .. noirm jrtcnurw
capablffof dissolving it. The opinions
palateable to ignorant menjyouw riot, .be
newspapers are constantly instructing men
aiid. conseqaeny disposinijtbera more and
more to tho recoptioo af aouod- cifHniohs.
Though, tr7eretore, the sudden concession
of newspapers to inch previously in a
state of brutal ignorance would not ensure
a tate fuf S3undJornDiooir4lll9-Woat
. - :' ' - ... '. '
eaUtonhlo b the c!jsr anvmj whom
theyjonnte.1 00 oteu)Unj yet rtm ig.
ftorairo hi jug Irunoiory, ati increminj
unoioajre woum ronnfanily iwren. M
J I j a
'"""J t'Wi'lrr oM'Pu.N?w,ps.4of
pc (hVrefire, fffp.rrf tho only "jSieiiiw
cvrfH. tjnj lbt Jiftiu.M. I.h be pleased !
?.rthnrii,ojiiuiirflii;i..Ther m nml '
verb, that on euijrty .head tho Ifcvil's
jtnrrot. Muuul oecupati-m is as necea
awry to a amnd .nioniLMate, aa Imilily ex
ereieito phvsicsl healih. Tho.iun.;
rant Wen require the aid of grim
alify to kill tiit lime, when he ha any on
hi baud. The tnno aim ran road news
panels, has the mciuis of that hea thful
ovcuputiou fot the mind, which is iudia
imlilo to cheerfulnew, csihUuiIv With
iuhia rcaen, Ry enabling HH'ii to com
Msiul iwpnier,.iiw irmke-t'iem ffof
only more iutillifHit, lut moro happy
r mm ittr Colum' Tilmropr.
u Tlio Cholera has alood every where,
the advocate of temperance. Jt has pleml
e l ftit i-hHpimiily,' and with trenmnd'SH
edecl. Tho diteue ha Starched injt tin
haunt ot the dnmls'irJ' and Ima koMoiii Ml
i it without beariu-f, way s vinim. Kven
moderate diiuKer hnvc b -en but a Irttle
U'll 'r 1 IT. Anh-rll icjiril-t in any fchnjie,
and ia all qmnMte, hnm been highly de
frimuntal. .'iiie li'iujM-ratn nieu have
reaoi t- t it dunn tin: prevalence oftlit
malady, at a prvtentalive, but lin y WiJ 11
at their pcribivlt i believed m ver to
have done mx, ,u always injury." 'The
lmg eommiiuicrftiuJi of ph)'u4rtoa aa re
tfariln (irenintfttivcH, n;ay ho summed up
in thee wonli temperance, eleuiiliiic-is,
fortitude, tnd Irvxttn lwV " ' ::
J5omo portions of the newTariiTluw
have Ver7bn7rghrrniror'ratTiir with mf
expectwl suddenness, ft hni Iven sent to
the Collectors, accompanied with a circu
lar fromtrm Vmitrller, wbchnv) ilml
" the 7th. bth, l5ih. f4ih, 17th. mid 1 t It
sections, ore .couaiuured... u having k'
inlo ojierntion on Iho date of lis pmagc.
TheTtb section prescribes (lie mode of as
certaining the viihio if gits, iho t-th
gives thd apprair kwcr to cull w imes
'S ; the llh directs that in npprntiiug
good invoiced at a conimoa price, the
best price shalt.be taken as the atamlard
frthe whole ,"the 1 till provides that anv
exia --( noim-ra apackagniteyemd W,
quantity enumerated iu the invoice, shall
U; forfeited; the 17th fixes tho duly on
svmp by tho pismd) and atiliiisnmo rate
with'sngarahd tho-riuty on crushed as on
Lruned-sugar .; Jhe.lBth U tho tatit ectim
Hil the biltnnd provides tor the addislm" of
duties acc.trdiug to the new Tan.T, 011 ull
it mk1.i which roinain in HisscM.in of t!ic
(.'iistMtH.n the- 3d of -March,-! 3 Y. All
these nec.iions begin without tho word
" (rotnand after lite 3l day of March H
33," which are common to the other par
agraphs. "V'VflWfX it ivA "I
" A" piiLIic"TrJKwif"was tithify given to
Judgo.l.kitii ol leorgia4 Lyiroin .1, t"
loiltj citizi.'ns ai f Laurens t'. II. (S. (,'.)
rlio Juilgo Tteiiig toasted, liiade a speech
about the Tariff, It the close of which he
bo done" Sol) at ? Certainly not I No
ficwww-williuliuat tail! l.udvie,t,hf!.n,
the most peaceful remedy And strange as
to s-ime it ntuy seem, I .idvi.se JuUiticja
IIonT"TIe tlicn Tw-eiifoi to sKe'w tho ef
ficacy and lKiaeahlcnes of thi remedy
iu iho instances of Georgia Nullification,
the cases ol lliisolm, I awls, ami
tho Missionaries'.-Rut" Ve are debarred
of space to run over his grounds. He con
eluded with' tiie following toast:
The late Tariff act. It is now a plain
case Liberty or Submission ! IIo thai
dallies is a da-stard lie that doubt is dam
aod I. - - -
clinics a letter to the hfrtors 01 tho Jour
nal of Comrmrco, in which he gives a do
tailed account of the doath by chaVm of
to prw, nR memtwrs' of one family;
with Hie fitllowing tribute tothe. tovo, cnar
ity, awl devotedncss of woman When
the inmates fled from danger, there,, were
some who remained ; and it was female
courage and benevolence that kept them
in mis niueo in.-Biiiuiiwt uincau ui auua
ing caso and aft'ty in the dwellings' of
health hnn cneenulness.- - At tne earty and
late hour might be seen tho mosxenger of
kindnesClpisuijf triu wot to roitni! ftff
administoriog aid tothe sick, and Cumflirt
and consolation to the dying. .
sRrca.stic;as they please, when woman is
tea them, but are defy rrr tmrot4honi to
da as much eood in 0 fortnight as a. woman
srill do in atlay, when the demands on her
beoevoienci require active exertion.
" When pain and anguish wring the brow,
a minisieriug angei tnou. 4
NTff jrARjETYix ariiE nu max
1 . SPECIES.. ' '., '.
" vVinklemafl had pe"rcbiy.ed that tho .'ear
was invari iMy pladd much higher in the
Ejyrrailtttatcs (Jjm 10, the Giaek f but be
ottriluU'(f I hi ainpilarity to pystem la
Kjiypltau ertvr.f rlerlmj the ear of their
kius, in (Ihi aame way aa lb Grecian ar.
list had exagwrnled the perpemlicularity
Jhifhrial pntiAIIiitUtMU lkir
iron, m. Uurean Ho U Malic, on bis vis-
r-h in rgvrtflin m imments, wsi par
ticularly struck wiih thu'peeuhariij in all
the alfttiMM) ol I'hala, Mcris, (Kynvaidyas,
Hlianx!, and ICMilri. Six mummies,
rcce4.llr arnvrd froiiT Cpjicr Epyp', were
at that time, under examiuatioti, and af
firdod hiui the means of ucertaining who
ther this special chancier, of tho higher
iinntioo f the orifice of the car Tenlly
exixicd in the seull of tho natives of the
country. lie was ninth attonulicd lofhid
iroTiT fTih e'mio.plaue, of which llta fteiall
anglod.d rrol dilfi r f row that of tho Ed
rnpean race, that the orifice of tho ear, in
i-teud of being, es with us, on a line with
ll.o hiwer part of tho none, was pluced on
a lion wnh the centre of the eye. The
lumd in thp rffiion of the loinple whs much
ih prcmcd, nnd tho top of the scull clevat
fd, ns comjwred aith thoe of Europe,
iVnin mm nnd a half or tivo iuchea. It in
soinrubcr hf range llu.l this , obsorvalion
ha hitherto eenpfd the notice of so many
Hiivnns nnd traveller who hsve tniverMid
EypU... A a atruu! curroluMtion f m
niiiuUra coiifurmalion, which may not
umA W-W coHiloW l - Ey plain - typo,
nd a new variety in the Caiieasenit race.
M. Dureau eiti as an example, M. Elias
ftoclor, a Copt, a native ot'i pper Egypt,
who has bt;c-u 20 years iu Paris, eml i -a
prof.wir of Arabic, lie wu well known
(o M. Utirr au, who had coiiHtanlly remark
i!3 Iho reaf 1vfT.Nr4"irW," wlin-h,
indeed, bail the nppearaiM'o of two little
horns. The llehruw race resembled the
Egyptian in many respects. M. Durean
eij'nuiuKMTTihcT TVgiirihnf thi" OBf f bt M.
t'nriiiell. t!ie Jew. professor of Hebrew,
nitho' not placed as high ns in the mum
tub! or Copt of EpiMr..Eg) pi, were est all
ren- remnrable as compared with thoiicof
ine Muvoa 01 iAim;r e e:e rwyciw
"flie New York Special Me'lical Cotin
cit have invited the riiizcns lo return who
arc living in di-Jricli of country where
malignsnt Chidera or fevers prevail, and
cpceiHllYt-tb,ose who, ia, aililitiin lo Ihi
a"ro deprived of Vhoo fomfurts to which
ibey are nccustomcd, and who nre not
within the reach of conitent medical aa
siatance. They remark, however, that
ptooirs from a healthy atmosphere, enter
mjw districf xrhero CTioleira prcya.ilf niay
be proRumcd to bo inore liable to it than
thoeo who are acclimated, specially "if
the chwige be connected witla any oi Jtlte
e iminon CXCitlftg taTRsoTthe uTsTja'se,sucli
as titiigim, anxiety, i-r?gularily of menls,
&c."CreaU,j,"caulioo "ahouIJ tliorofore be
Observed bv persons under such cirCilm-
ftaiKsr-'J'hd.btarnbisit Swan, of. 'the
Ptiihnlelphia line, took: on Monday 200
rflssengers.- 'J'be AJ bany ioats also brought
an unusual nuniucr.
Monday statn that 127 deaths had occur
red during the week. Bjholern 4, 'il
of whom were colored person and all citu
er intemperate or Impru leut in their die!
ilercaller Iho u 'ard will make daily re
ports of deaths that ocour from ho!ra,
a arnuigcuieni uuo pt;vn iiwuu io je
ceive informa'ion daily trotn all the rhys-
At llrooklyuon the SOtri, li interments
Iroin Cholera. At roUghkoepsie on the
17lh, including the poor-house, 8 cases
and- deaths. At Albany new cae4 1 0th,
12. deaths 10 eases 20th, 11. deaths is.
In L'tica i.i six days there had been 05
canes und 27 deaths. Ai Rochester 4
deaths on the lGth and 4 on 17th. At
Loclrnort 2 eases. Ruffulo on the 16lh 3
new caics, and i ticatns. - At wauuwg
.. a .a . wu
t(Hi C, nn 1 Ogdonsburg 4 deaths. At New
ark, N. J. new cases reported on Monday
oecurr5 on .board a vessel at. Portland,
Maino, lust from New York ; one of them
Id Canada, at 1 rcscott the total, casea
had been iai, doaths 73. At Three Riv
er the ..9th, 28 cases and .8 deaths. The
iienlth ot Montreal, wo re gratified lo
learn, was improving on Wednesday last:
We have received the reports of the Mon
trcalB ard of Health up to the 14th inst.
From B to 1 0 cases of the epidemic occur
Ted dailyr Amongtho deaths of Cholera
there, is that of the celebrated drawt lady,
who had lfisxTufrtoa'''tO' TOaxplawirfor
soino weeHs. ,v , .'
Ry tho official report made to the Cen
total cases from the- cominencemc:it woa
T:i3o5 1 dOMhrtJ Weselect thn
fidlowing from the report rnado from the
Hth to the ldh. hmiouth 23 cases, 8
deaths J Gloucester 14 fnses, ' 2 deaths
ShefheH 9 caws I dentl:, Ldinhurgh 10
cases," 4 deaths 'ptBli sgbvv" 12 :CTf, D
death : GreenOck 10. caes. 4 deaths..
U to 'Ssitnrdky-lasf- 60 -new cases, oj
Cholera had occurred at floston. At
Brooklyn 00 Sunday 10 cases, deaths 7
At Sing Sing Prison thi! disease was olmt-
At L tic lia Mtwat caajteruaUofl,
j prevails t Amilr are removing, atorti
cl'SMNt, Ate, At Kochftftte r Bultalo, Sack.
ett'f Ilarlour, Rogna's Point, od White
hall, a ft, additional caj are - irportetl
wythia'tnorntnys fntlir"Tn clatiUf a
pears tq have rcurhf d thttviciaily U&bf ".
lb Liana. . .Tho Mobile floawXf jlou.. .
lh MJI J -'A enlleuuui direct frt.pj """" "
ra-cagonla. Inform us that the ship Nut
chcz, from New Turk, had arrived at llit
Rah, where she was detained in conse "
quence of the number of deaths which '
ave occurred on board. Ve urvlrmi.t
Im to any, that eighteen person had ih-J
with the cholem on the paasae."
The St. Louis Free i'ree of t!i 15.
uly, statca that the cholera ia raelm. in
lite city of Bu Loius, and that a great m
Uf fatal casce had ocaurrW.
i-our seamen from (lie lT. 8. ship F,ir.
field, fNisscngcrsby the ickf t schr. I'nn..
nviuth, which arrived at New York 011
w cdnesdny Ironi Norfolk, died on the pa
ae. Capl. Henry Ilcliker. thn am.u r
flhe Portsmouth, a worthy and
de mnn, died on Suturdav of r hnU .
Whitehaven, Maryland, tho Cnptainofe,
vcel from Callimore, named J.mcw, died
I cholera on the 10th. Tour more r9V.
jmd 000. dvaib, (4 fwson of color,) in addi. - -
ion, una ocrurrrc at the aame dUcil.
AlAorfulklhe dineae continue with
wownr-o cvniten new tnura and nine
death had occurred at Portsmouih during
thcXrtyighi.hour Wtdiiig-ott 'J1iurduy
im rinag lust.
Feveral new cases of the disease bad no.
ured nt fufrolk, princiiwlly m M BriH
at thai place or its ncighbood.
. Pleaiautitf'of TnekingSc.Mmni.
ter: Noah had three sons, Phem, Ham,
and Japhetli ; who was the fut her of Shem,
lam, and Jaoheth ? (Bova silent.i Yon
enimottelh- Wett.Tinwr ret1 trr ..:
Vou know Mr. Siiarkea. who 'hvt over
the way now, Mr. Spark-sa haa Ihreo
sons, Tom, Jnek and Many who was
tho Tuther of Tom, Jack, and " Harry '
Thal'a rirrht ! verv b"mm1 l. il,tl
Now, then Noah had threw sons fShem,
Ham, Janheth: who was lb failter of
Shem, Ham, and Japheth! Roys, Mr
I love an old maid : I do not Bwak
i'M,i.v?,!,.'.", "f apeciea; 1 tho
angular taimtwr; as speakui of inrularii
ty ia humanity. An old maid ia n-4 n,r:
ty an antiquarian, aha is an anirqmty ; not
merely a record of the past, but the vry
past itsolf ; she ha escaped a Preat chat ro:
and ajmpathises not4n thwrdmary iriui-'
tions of mortality. f?h.o ijilmbili.a" htlU
eternity pfher own.' Bheis Miss fromtho
ueguunng 01 tue eiiapter to tho end. I do
M liko l hoar W ealfci 4IIr4,'as"lt
is sometime the practice, for that Imi
and sound lik the twgnntion of deppair,
a voluntary extinction of hope. I do not
mm. mtrmgo mm niade in ht
ven some pooftle say they are, but I am
almost sure thst old maids are. Ther ii
a. fomethjpg abjotit thcro.bjicli iliioliftoA ZZ
earth.eerthly. They are spectators of tho .
wwWj nor-adviwturers nor ramblers ; per-' '
uaps guaraiana wo say nothing of tal
tiers; They are evidently prtsdcHtiiiatld
u be what they are. They .we now not
tJloinajatyi.tho eoodiiwrr ro anjr -lack
of boauty. wisdom, wit, or good teo -
per j Ihere is no accwinting fur it tat oa
the principle of fatality. 1 have knowa
many old maida, and of jhotn f'ii -one;
that has not ptssesacd at many good and
amiable qualities as ninety an I nino out of
a hundred of my married acquaintance.-
Why then are they singlet Heaven only
knows. It is their fate f
Religion in FraneeJn the
France, acience, literature and tlte arts,
are cultivated in the highest oerfbetion.
and all apirituality is unfashionable, Tho
reign ot niaterialtwu is so established, that
eveu thoeo who believe, in their own im.
un 01 n met ou ine niosi aolenui occii.
mens. ..." A corresprndent of the New Yoi'l;
Observer mentions of sixiuncral oration
er, not one alludes, tp any itato or ondi-
lion 01 man beyond the grave. Thesov
tant were eloquent; iipon the virtues ant
labors of the deceased ; they dwelt with
rapture npon the tra its of character, which
distinguished him above his follows 1 but
they neglected all refcrenca tot future"
state J so deeply has the Sadduceaa doc
friiie of neither angel or spirit, nor re.
I et it is rtated as a curious (act that
Pmer hiiucIf,.who died f . tho cholen,
fqw daya after his being attarked. ani tl
burden of 1'aaji4 in'ihi for Jten ayt
wiw, mdi 1 iwice, poor s ranco, could nev
er propper. could never enjoy a stablo
Government and liberal institutions, '
014 rdigion What jn exhibition ! Aa ' ' .
illtjslrioua statesman, made by an abort. :
tioh of mind instrumental of proclaimin
to ttieaob!caofFraoco a hcdy-tmlhiwhich
ia hi Belize, he "had not uttered, enr
they, In their aenses, .cannot comprehendV
To wit,-that without religion tnortlirym
tdiaowwithoatrlie1i. 1 st fWeopW
' Lujt, thfjugb rtotrcb rnta i6inufi
the ' c:
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