i 0 A,n
iATtO 10 1ii tMl ti TATiJl fa Tliit l 6 nTUTI0.1, NOB PEOHIHITED BX IT TO THB STATE-, AMU HESEBVED TO THK IT4TC9 RK PECTIVEHf, 04 TO THE PKOlLt. AmtwlineritM lo (If CortJtf tUUm, - Afftfif jf.
AUSTIN & C
, 1 .FISUEU, )
Prc;rict. rs. .
NO. XXXVIII. OF VOL.
(Whole .o. I0'18.)
SALISBURY, N. C, MARCH C, 1840.
Editor and Tro
lira k ttit'
i M et
I STE PS,
1 from fcV
i he potu4
s will cos
1 Who want better IM 'eiitel
I WOULD refer Urn reading public to ilie nuiiierou
voluntary totter published recently in tins papor
jbJ Id tbe Good Samaritan, relative to 1 1 o bappy and
ltfwficl effdCUof the dminUtrati'm of - "
JlOFFAT'S LIFE TILLS and 1'IIENIX BITTEIU?.
'Thos who have pm-used the leUer bove referred to
wil observe thai in almost every nm they aileat the
fcet, that nd. inconvenience of any aort attend the U
king uf UieM modicincs, in orilioary enst-s, but that the
pstu'tit, witliout I'celmg their operation, m universally
I tt in a utronor and botur state of health than waa
etporicuced previoua (0 being alllxteJ with diseaoej
ami in U eaeii ot acute stilRjring, great relief is ob.
nod in a tew nour, and curt ta generally etiecutf
in two or -w ..( '
Io enact of FfcVER of every deacription, and all
fcilioiM fleet iona, it ia unn-cnsrjr for me to aay aught,
4 IW.licve tlie LIKE MKUIC'LNKS are now urnver
axlly adinitted o bo lite mo-rt speedy aud efl'ccmal cure
itan ki lt Jiaeaawi ot that' claaa. v '. "
The LIFB MKDICINES are alao a moat eicellent
ritlief in alfcctions of the Liver and lkiwela, aa haa
'"' been proyed in'Jiundreda of caaee" where patient have
come forward and rciiuented thnt their experience in
taking: them might be published li.rtlio beueht M other.
In their operation id auch eaaea, they restore tlie tone
o( tba ytbmach, Mrengthin the dieiv organa, and
invigorate the Kenoral fonctiona of the whole body, and
ihu become to both acxva (for they are perteetly
aJapted to each) an invalusbjo mean ot preventing
iseaHeand reetoring health. . ,, . ,
p In aflectiona ot the head, whothcr accompanied with
pain and giddineae, or marked by the grievoua calami
tr of impaired mental energy ( in -palpitatiooa of the
' heart, flatulence, Vm of appetite and atrength, and the
multiolHid aymptoma. of iiaordeVed digeetion, TUB
LIFE MEIMClNCi wil be found to poaeeaa the moat
ealutary erbcacy. . ( ',' , " . . -" '
Couatitutiona relaxed, weak, or decayed, (b men or
wu'men, arw under the immediate influence of THE
LIKE MEDICINES. . Old conghv atrtbaiaa, and con
Bttmptivo habits are aoon relieved and speedily cored,
l'overty of blood, arid emaciated limb will are long
meet the happiest change; the chill watery fluid wiH
H become rich and bitwiinic. and the limba be covered
JNerrotu U'sonlera or every kind, and from whatever
cam earning, fly before the elTecu 1 of THE LIFE ME
D1CINES, and all that train of ainkinga, anxieties, and
-tremors which ao dreadlully arTuct tne weak, the ae
. ..Aenliry,Mtul lhedoIicrc,-wili ia a abort me ,uc
"'ceedfd by clieerfuliieiM, and cvcry"prje of health,!
ror wcaanedi, arnctency in natural airenem. ami
--rtetwm-)f theiveaal, y-luo troaweut wdulizeoce o
the pawiona, this medicine ia aula, certain, and in
valuable remedy. , i"; i' - n
Those who bav long resided ia" hot "cllmatee, arid
are laniruid and relaxed in their .whole ayslem, may
tile THE LIKE MEDICINES wiUr thd happiear et.
fecta;' and perftxie removing to the Southern Bute or
Weat Iiulioa cannot ature a more Important article of
health and lite. - i , , ;
The followincaaee are among the moat recent
cure eilbcted, and gratefully acknowledged by the
poraon braerittedi , . --
Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New Windsor, Oraoje
County, V. A dreadful tuuioc destroyed nearly the
whole of bis face, now and jaw. Experienced quick
rolict from the uitebf theLifa Modicinca, and irj lota
thin three montli was entirely cored. Cate reported.
.th a wood engraving in a new pamphlet bow ia
Cane or Thos. Purcell, aen'r, 84 yoara of age waa
afflicted 18 year with awell nga m bis legs waa en
tirely cured by taking VI pill id 8 weeks.
" Case of Juan autton, Aberdeen, OWrf--Theumatiam
five yearn is entirely cured haa used the LIFE ME-
Case of Lewi Auitin periodical aick headache l-
-waynhTd by a sumIIoW iwiUrely fcooitomtu
Case of Adon Amea cured ol a most luveteraie ano
obdtinate dveoensia. and reneral debility.
Case of Adah Adama. Windsor. Ohio rheumatism,
bad been coonned seven year-waa rawea irom oer
bed br Ukii.ff one box of oil la and a bottle of biuers
rraar enraontinarr crjrehei ncrwrvy--thf-J
and rolniirt .wpantijested by .her huaband Shubel
. Case of Vfts. Da7,il7oi Joaepb ?adger nearly
similar to above result the same.
Case uf Susan Gaodarant young nnmarricd wo-roaii-iubject
to ill heailh severs ly ear a amall course
or the Lirot Medicmo antireiy restored ner w now
bxta and tinatthY."--- r
Case of Mia Thomaa, daughter of Eli Thomaa
cough and symptom of consuinption ured ia four
week. Her at star cured of a severe attack of iulain-
aiatory rheumatism i out wttk I- i '.
Caae of S. Colvin cured of a severe attack of acar
let fever in a tew day by Iho Life Medicine.
Caae of Harriet Twood. Salitr. N. Y. waa ia a I
very low etata of health a year and a halt did not ex
pect to recover. Mia T. ia now able to walk abouTand
ia rioullw rMinierinir huth health and atreilirtb.
Cams of Ikniaiuin 1. Tucker severe caae of Fever
aad Airue cured in a vert abort apace of time. Di-1
rrctjim!, fnllownd atrirtlv. " " t '
Case of Amos Davis affoction of the liver fl,er
trying ator.1 remodiea in vain for a long lime, w;u
cured by the Life Medicines without trouble. . '
Extraordinary case ot Lyman Pratt, whp watafflict.
ed with ntnieJc 30 ye.i.offocted i perfect cure iu
H hours by tlu use of tlie Life Medicines.
Thousand ot pcrwm afflicted in like manner, havt,
by a imheious m of MOFFA TS LIFB PILLS and
- PJ1EXIX BITTERS, bee tostowd to the enjoyment
of all the comfurta of life. Tbt Btttera are pleaaant to
the taste and smell, gently taring the fibre of lb u
' ioaqrj, and give tfit proper tensity which 1 good dige
u reouirea." A nouiinp. can oe oeuor suspwu
"Itetn'ind ikonrklBaUUott.' to'tnCtfat nothtnf
flwre generally ckriowredged to be peculiarly effica
ckma in alt inwaid waatiog, lott of appetite, indige
liee, depresston of piri!, trembling or sliaking of tbfl
iianda ind linilw, obfUnato cdugha, tJorluea of tftcath,
or enntumptive habit. . - " . . ; ' "
The Life Medicinet ooteea wonderful efficacy in all
nervouaditorder, fila, hoadacliea, weaknewiea, he vine
- wawderipgof the mitid. yapora nd melancrmly.and all
Eloda of hysteria complaint are gradually reiuoveffbT
their use. In tick net of the atomach, tlutulenciea, or
obatructiona, they are tato and powerful, and a a pun-
Rmm ,1,. M.i'.i,-.K...,,i,in,(mthwofldl
- r?n.i,iftn.irti,l.Mrftl,hniiiieiiieBer.--.- r.. .t.. ik.i haa htin tnenl
Moflaft " Good Samtriun." a of which accon
Paie the medicine ; a copy can always be obtained of
the duTereot AgenU who have tbe medicine for tale.
. JVeoch, Germ tr and Soartith directiona can be ob
Uined on application at the oroce, 3T5 Broadway.
Alt post paid letter will reeeivt immediate attention
lreivirJ.nrf,Wti. WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, 375
Broadway, New York. A liberal dedactiou made ki
tboa who purchase to tell Spain. . .
- Agemls The Lift Medicinet may also W had of sny
of t .e principal DrupgisU in every town tlironchoiH the
United State and the Canadea. Aak Kir-Nonai' Ife
Pill and Pheaia Bitters; and be sure that 1 fa timilie
of John Mtlit'itignitu reai upon the Ubel of etxhbo.
tl of BiUert or box of Pillt.
tat - .
-nevbote Nedicinet may. be bad of, Crru
JttfjiUAmutritg! f" Freprtrfor.
- ' TERMS ,
a. . or THS WKSTEB CAaoLISUN. '
The Western Carolinian ia publialied every Fri
rT, at Two Dollars per annum if paid in advance, or
Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid before tlio ex
piration of three months. . - .:
No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages
are paid, uiiU-hh at the discretion of the Editors; and a
failure to notify the illitors of a with to discontinue
: Ofic month bclure Uie end of a year, will be eonaidvr
ed aa a nev? engagument " ,
Advprtiacmeni will bo conpicunusly and Mrrectly
fnaerted, at one dollar per rauiare (of 3UI em, ot fif
teen liaet of llu aired type) fur the firnt insertiuii,
and 25 eeuta Sir each continuance. Court and Judicial
advertiaomenl will be charged 25 per cent more than
the above prices. A deduction ol .'J-MJ per cent from
the rngular prices wil be made to yearly advertisers.
Advertisements sent in for publication, mtifrt tiavethe
number vt time marked on them, or they wilt be insor
ted till forbid, and charge! for accordingly.
' Letters addnwd to the Editor on busiucsa mutt bo
pott paid, or they will not be attended In
, RAIL ROAD ItT)?'1! MEETING."
A MEETIN'Q of the cilizona of Rowan county
ia renpocttully solicitod, on Tuesday of March
Superior Court, at 13 M.. at the Courthouse io Sa
t lisbury when several (ildreswe will hi made on
the auhject of the " Fayetlevilln and Western K.
Road." After which, book of Btibwription Will
be opened and an opportunity ollered to every pa
lriotic"citizen Is aid in this great enterpriae. .
February 21,1640. L ... :.. .3w .
' 111 'W 1 " '
' CollIC and Kee J The gobsr.riher bavii'g
oa band a large supply of Mahogany and other matori
' ala. and in hie employ several rood VV'urkmen, is prepa
red to snake to order all knidj of CuLinct and Chair
work, from the ulainest walnut job to the fluent niaho-
rant work. The u-reaUst punctuality will be paid to
alt order for work.. Tricea moderate. i-AU kind of
ttmjliartA nTarttf mmi (M.attIinrY tiLii-i in Aslm lrre f,tw
furnlljre. - . - K. ELtJuTT. -
rinntTi" .1 i iftnvrrni Triii tiitti iTTMmr- nnif . -hi r r -i in r ww,m,
fA CARD. The oderaitriird having permanently.
established himaelt in. Mr. blliott employ, would be
thankful for order fur mahogany work, and promise
that all work done by him shall not be surpassed (in
workmanabip) by any Kt'timu7'-f''''ZZ
Jan. 81. lMio.ft T- ', C. II.. DEJARNETT. ,
J" OHN C PALMER, haa another
new supply of iruld and ailver
plain English and French, do., cold
roo Uinns and Keys, lireant fins,
. Finger Rings, silver Butter Knives,
c ''" Vn fenciir, tparent ana plain,) room-
fcriastVVf "tiuUtJ Picka, Fob Chains, Spectacles and
Thimble. Steel and Gill Fob CU'uia arid Key.
Alao, a very fine and largo assortment ot Raaora,
pealrat and penknives, by diflorent Manufacturers, wilb
other article uauallv kept by Jeweler,)) of which will
be sold very low fbra, or only six month crudit, af-
vet wnrcn lime, iiu'thi wiu w vimrcv.
Work done taitlifuUy and punctually.
Salisbury, May 2, lo30.
MORUS MULTICAULIS" FOR SALE.
IORSale, on com mission, llelween
twentv thousand genuine btide of
8alinbury, Feb. '21, 1640.
4 email quantity of the above SEED, raised by Mr
ii William Tbomas, .formerly of Davidpn County, ia
left for Bale at Uiia OrLco, at $i 00 per hundred.
November 1st, lHJia U.
tor Rale, at hia Shoo,
in Saluburf . three lirtt rata Rood IVagona. .
v-,i Si 34 EON UIRUCK.:
December 6, 1830. . - y tf.
rpHE SUB.SCRIUER living near Lexington, David-
ton County, Ukes thl metliod to inform the Pub-
' lie that he will enter into contract with any Person, or
persona, eitlior in Davidson, Rowan, or Cabtrru Coun
ties, wbo wish house, factorjea, or any other kind of
buildings erected of Brick, to build them as cheap, aa
" durable, aad in a good atylt U any workman in this
tounuy. ' ' ; - "" . '
- Ho will alao, mould and burn the Brick, if wanted.
Ho truaU that hia long experience in
MOULDING AND MY1NU BRICK, -
Vtll entitle him to a altare of public patronafc-e.
- He would rafut gentlemen wishing work dooe in hi
line of Buioes, to tlie Femal Academy and the new
Mtoffic, in ..bury.a ecimenaot
n I m nll W
N. B. TIk-o wwh.ng JS" f
word at the office of the Wester Carolinian, and it
shall be puneigally attended to. R0BEli, C0J.
Davidson, AprU 18, 1J - v . tf' .
k lot of Indian migrated from Ohio to Canada,
to lire in the nnjoyment of Britieh sympathy."
When they arnved, they hearn mat tney were uu-
iMineui oa i' SuOawKiitarind forth.
with they packed op their dd" and caiut back.
" " jCfea't Hand A ntterrntyiS -MM
an intirhaw friend, who soemed, a far a hand
,w,mmerl. to hold the Mshoirwtan doctrine
of ablution in aupreine poutempt, taid to him; wth
a countenance " more in aorrow, than in anger,
'you would tovt I
: - 1. . "j ,i. M.rMf
, ,rjCi 1 -;i m.erba everv Wl of land unoo
.l. ltu I arill
. .l : - .
riiiiiitteiiviii 1 iisuisa
child in an altiie that kin,;i and queena would be
proud Ts I build a cr.lrrte .po,
kill tide and in every valley over the whole habi
table earth ; I will ripply that tchool-lK.uto with
competent teacher I will build an academy in
every town, and endow it I a college in every
' .... . .1 ii. I will ernwn
glate, and nil it wun ao ,-r -, - yy
'' "'' , f- ' :
I ilZ"r " I
evert hill itvi a
r .1 .. I - C mmm
. rnmgauon m ...c . r - " fc -,h,t UJ be i, twl dayt. earlier at ha in-
inat on evrv her around be ng informed of the obtervationt that had been
Lrawr and tUgof prai'se, th,!d taeend like p-nd operatim- Cr ten day he complied, and
ZniS: Jnredbi.cro. Arwr.- ,
roetieal Depart meiit.
'Lit orient raaaua at iAinrM araeM.'
. roa tb waaraan caaouaiAH.
Once 1 loved, but now Oh ! never,
Can I auch a one believe;
One who said she'd love forever.
When my heart alie would dewive.
Oft I told her Uw'l loved her, -
Oft ahe aaid she toted again ;
But those pledges now are over,
All those vow were made in rain.
Yen, 'tie done, the tie i broken,
The tender cord of mutual love ;
That which bring a lasting token, . '
" Of its tniaaiuri from above
Ye, the hope that bound me to thee,
- Now no more reflocta ray; 1
Love, the meaaenger I aent thee,
Uurenewed, waa-sent away.
Fare tliee well then, now forever,
Hope the morning star has set
Still I linger Kill forever
Can 1 m much love forget.
west aaa caaouMAH.
On Iht Dfnth of Mait El.iiiarrn, ijant a'aufcfer
of Mnj. IVm. F. and Eliia Steeli, f SlalttiUU.
tO THE PARENTS.
Ijament not thus 'tie selfish to repine
' Wltun tiod recall ilia treasure he hath given t
Rather rejoice, tliat one tweet babe of thine
Now triumphs with the glorious bust of llearea.
, Gently, robat gentlyj the ajflicting rod . . f
Is laid upon the. Thow wilt shortly aee ' '
And hombly owrr,thiit fraciouiGod,"1 "
l vvua nam is loving xiiHinxaa enastenoa mee.
For what he 'doth, altlwugh thou Enow'at not.
lib holy reauiiaUHl learn to I
And own hi dealing merciful and just
He hath but called thy happy infant soul
- From a bleak world, where atn and sorrow reign ;
Where strongly templstiona' atrong billow loll,
llevood the trial) of this wintry dime, ' "
7 Ere yet life's stormy pallia her ieet have trod,
llcrioy oof aprrit ."yet trrnrarrned brcri
Ia borne to triumph to the throne of God. '
And would'sl thou, Die sweet aerapVa flight restrain
. r 10m those pure realms of never failing bliax,
Where God the Fattier Ood the Saviour reign 1
To bind her down to auch world aa ibia.
Of sflch Christ forma hi Kingdom oh, believe ,
The bloated truth hi hallowed lip declared 7
Ear batb not heard, nor hath the heart conceived
. . What jUod tor those be bveth bath prepared t
Then yield tubmiamve to the aovereign will
' Of llun who cannot err and kit tbt rod.
Commune with thine own spirit and be still,
1 And know that ha a God i faithful God."
Aye bend in gratitude to lleeven'e beheet, '
For not e'en in the joyful hour when thou
Did'ar. clasp her to tby maternal breast, 4 . ',
Iladst llioo auch causa for thankfulneaa is now.
Then with Unwavering faith to Eirth entruet,
The faded relicaof tliia luvelv flower. 'f
L AguredthaA a n tluf purwutble ditr
I Now sown in weaknem, shall be rail
rairn-d in power.
In thia, the Chrittiaa't bleated hope; reaign
To Uod the tfeaaure by bit mercy glvenj
-4 JituX bleat his name, that ooe aweet babe of thine'
la now a glorioua habitant of heaven." '
. - ' . - W. D. D.
'A a b nnrimj irccr
"-PiefIap" to no-ornn -Of cltst tuf -merr it the - vaftw
of observtiion to great aa lo the farmer. Ilia bu
ainent ia princiiwlly with natural obiecU. . Hit oc
ctipaiion lead him in many thing 10 imitate or
follow nature. Uut the rawa of nature are learn
cAiUu,Jby..tchjng.the ailerUroceett and Ihej
ilenl opeiationa which are going on, and thuai
tacerlaining the caunet which produce the effect j
which we tee taking pi see around ua. I be man
ho walcht cwet who wffrra ik change lo
lake place without looking into the ctote who,
in bue, obtervee toe nioat ana treasure up tne
moat in hi memory, becomes most arquianted with
Ihe lawa before epokeri of, and by consequence i
ihe beat farmer. Although the observation which
have been made and recorded by other, havt be-'
come a large fund of valuable informaliori.there
ia yet a vast deal more to (earn, facta are yet
in the dark which can only be elicited by obter
vation. .,. " ( .
It would be interesting lo have! history ef ma
ny of the useful improvementa that have been
niudV from slight ohicrvatioris, which first give
the hint lo s"t tlie experiment 00 foot. - Mr. Child
givet a pleasing atateutent of the value of obter
vaucn in one nwtaneej- A farmer oot fifty oulea
from fiottoo, taya he, i quite lamoue tor ihe im
prove men t be haa made in tha wild grnpe. lie
found a vine in the wood which doxena of hit neigh
bra pwed every': we k, a wdl u be; but be V
trrrcjd thit where the oxen ted upon Ihe vine the
grapet were tweeteut. . He look tha hint. The
vine -lftpUM4ed and cloIy Broued. Tint pro
duced the tame effort aa browning had done ; the
nouriahment, that in a wild elate supported a great
weight of vine and tendrils, went entirely to the
body of the grip' Hit neighbora woufd have
U !Bt nc. it innr ner inougni
ibout it; but I bey did not obetne.
It it by tiu observing, that wa are enabled to
in I phiW experience.bnd experience guidca to future
in I "':. Tueubsof valloiU laarMvr'beTir made
! in rcgd to tbe grainworm or rfwl, Is the jnect
n a. iineti met caiien. lea inanv larmert w tow
1 - -
their wheat late. Hy ao doing; they have aaved
llicir Crops. . It bat beet) obearved that toe uiaeci
came out at a certain lime in the tumnvr and
mained active a certain number of dayt. 1 Hence
by towing the wheat later ao that it would not bo
headed out, it would escape the ravage of lite in-
teot in nuedion. Tbit baa succeeded well with
- . , . . nroUWv hnn
y The season lint arrived when plunter are pre
pariuj for another crop, and it mwy not ho anus
to make a few mig jeationt upon this i'lipurtaiit tub
First of all, the himlnnduian should tee that lii
fence are in good order that' thoae poti and
raila that are, decayed be supplied with new ones,
nd e,very security beaflordeil agttintt the rjepre
dationt of unruly cattle, Aic. T t J
id. Let the ground U well prepared ;" dead trece
and under bush rvinuved or Uirno.d, and tli toil
mellowed thoroughly by tbt plough and hoe. We
apprehend that many linitM the crop ia greatly re
tarded by only bait' prepareing 1he ground, it
thould be firrowed tullicientiy deep to enable the
root, by (.a otrating far' into 4tio tiurlti, to aluud
tlie drwiKUI.. .;;.
8d Lu. 111H too much ground I planted. Mi
ny greatly err in thi. I hey jaeeifl to jinngliic
mat ineir tuccea wii) uepena upon mo, nuniucr 01
acre they pluiit, rather than the anmunt of atteii
tiod tbey o-jhiow and their field are overrun with
gaaaa, whilst only here and there ii aeon thrifty
stalk .of cotton or crn. luistend ut' neat, fcjoan
farina, benpeaktntf the akitl of tbu huaouiidmarvAlie
paaser-by ia ready lo put him down e a tduptiii Jj
or " oau uuiiiagi:r, aim wnen in aeaaon closes,
he ia turprised to find that bit neighbor, who plant
ed much lea, ha the most bale.
, 4th.' Du not plant too early We know that in
Ihit ection it ia contended, " the earlier the but
ler," but phiitert of! en lute time and labor by W
inf in advunce of the leasnn. Bcsidot, plant of
all kind thut come up too toon, though tbey may
not be killed by the fronts, are, from exposure to
bleak wind, olteo retarded iu their growth, and
lookakkly and puiiyand,. ia matiy iiutoiires, re.
planting muat al last be retorted to. Uu the con
trary, teed cast into the ground at a proper aeaaon,
when the audit warm, and refrcnln.d by slioweri,
liprut'upaud grow with gi&rti&(Mjs:-r : r
.' In tha fith place, the crop thould be rmiltiliiri.
ouiT The whole attention thould not be Tjccttnicd
with cotton, but corn, naU, polatoe, peat, turnip.
- artichokes, Ate, for the benefit of tockr should oc
:"epy a 'Uuriion-ot ilie "toil ami !aTior,: " Fro: Ihe
iocreaaed amount of cotton that, ia liknly to I
" made hereafter nt the South, and In Tca,thu
"""price bfinit "itii'plar nuf ber' luwerilian'ln him
gone by. Heavy trticles or consumption, winch
every planter must hove to enable him lo carry
on bit operation, from the expenwe of truwmor
latioui must ever be high. 1leTted It "w ill fie
to hit ultimate interest to raiae hit pork and txwf,
nd in fact every other article in hit power. It i
lael, discreditable to the people in thete parti,
that few do this we have ti import our butter, or
go without it J whee by very little care, we
might bnyt tlie greatest abundance Qutney (Ho
I' O E T R Y. O F T ii DDI B L B.
The Knickerbocker award the Jiiglieat pmise
to a recent work by the Kev. Jir. spring, ol Nejv
York, upon the '! Obligutipnt of the world Iq the
Y BibwH1 W4v argerf (snyf tWi Uif ifhr) wlf ft
Ur. Spring, in iheae page and olewhnro; tbut (he
Scripture ire infiiuloly tupenor to any other
known composition, for all llioe qualities. , In ill
hittorictl, didncttc, trgumetrtalive, and eoinjwra'
live features, we are tliown.that ilm HiOlo it with
out peer or eaual. The noetrv of tlio Sucrod Wri
... i . . . ..
" One of the moat eininenrcriiws
'.devotional poetry cannot pleiae.'
Tia tuBib!e Tearfici the diAiiiii
If it bo to, then
Miunion of poetry 111I0
... region that are inaccessible to worldly ambitioo.'
, Tt baa"' c rotted; the enchanted circle and by the
beauty, boldness, and originality of itt Conceptions,
-Jiae given to devotional poetry Rmvr. trTichnest,
'a leudenieta, in vain touglit for in Sbtkspcare or
Millon, in Scott or Byron. Where it there pooiry
that can bo compared witn the tonir of Mow ti
hit victory over I'liaroah ; wuhTtna Psalma oTPa-t
vid with the Song of Solomon, and with the
rropheciet of laaiab T .
M Where ia there an elegiac odt to be compared
with Ihe eor.g of David upon the death of Saul end
Jonathan, or the Lamenlaliona of Jeremiah I
Where, in ancient or modern poetry, it there a
paaii;o like Ihiat " In thought from the vitiou
of the night, when deep sleep fa I let h op men, fear
came u;vn me and trembling, which made all my
bones to klitike. Then a apirit passed before my
facet I'." Imirof my (Jeeh etood up. Il eltrnd still,
but I could not diicern tbe form thereof . An im
age wat before mine ayea. There was ailence.
And I beard a voice taying, Shall mortal man be
more just than God; thall a mao be intra pure
than hit Maker T Behold he potleth no lmt in
hi servant, and hit angel be chargeth with folly.
How much teat in them that dwell 10 nnnaet of
elay, whose foundation ia in the dust, and wbo era
framed before the moth!- Mn who hove fih
the power of poetry when they hive marked lb
deep working pension of Dante,' and observed the
rlevnttowof Milton, ae be f cowbjined with
image, in lofty gradation,' hare thought that they
ditoovered Ihe indebtednett of those writers lo the
poetry-of the Old- Testaments Bat bow tmich
more sublime it Isaiah than Milton I Ilowmueh
more enkindling than Dante ia David j How much
more picturesque than Homer It Solomon or Job I
Like the rapid, glowing argumentations of raul,
aand timet, and yet have all the frethneet and glow
of the first perusal. Where, in the eomrmtt of
hu.mut language, ia there a paragraph which, for
P'brrldrww and ariey oCotafuotrdulkacy...aBd
majesty of thought, strength and invention,1 ele
eance and refinement, equate the pottage in which
God answer Job out of tbe whirlwind I" What
km rely bunua imagination, in Ihe ewtural progiwa
of a tingle diarourae, and apparently without an
effort, ever thut went down to the foundation of
the earth : etood at ! tha door of the ocean, v mi-
ted ' the plica where tha day-epring Irom 00 high
takea hold of the uttermost parte of pie earth,'
entered into the treasures of the enow and hail,
traced tbe path of the thunderbolt and, penetra
ting the retired chamber of nature, demanded,
Hath the mm rather Jot who batb begotten the
dmpe of the dew I' And how bold itt flight, how
inexpressively striking and beautiful itt antithesoa,
when, from the warm and sweet Tleiados, it wan
ders to the Sterner Orion, and in its rapid course,
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heart the 'young lions crying unto God for luck of
meat tec ihe war horse pawing in the valley
descries , the eagle on the crag ol the rock and,
in all that la vast and minute, dreadful end beauti
ful, diacovera and proclaim the glory of Him who
i excellent in l ouuwl and wondorful In working i
'i'bo atylu of UoUrew pootry i every where forci- .
lie aud Hgiirative, bxymid example. 'The book of
Job ttanibj not lono iu tbit aeiiteptiout, 11 riled ad '
energetic form and umtiner. Il prevnil through. '
eut tlit piH.il jiirtiirilic Scriplurca '; ond they
Unu coiueMiudiy id antjot eminent exampictto ue (
found t f the truly tuhli'iie and beautiful."- '
The followini V loquetit pewazti, detcribhig lti
profrc of Cvhrialiattijy throughout theworlJ, wt'l
be rtad with iiitettf tbit featal tcatun.: -4. -
Chkk-i ianitv luirsplf move iii edtauce of M
owit civiliMtiorn'uiid iloet notTwait tbo tardy ope
ration of philosophical cause, Con urn of In r
power over universal man, and tlmt the holila tlo
wmld'a destifty in ber linnibs " bat' uinltiiukon,
a a tjieciW object, ond ber 6wn pnisr woiK, '
Ihe rochiiiiatioiiHHt of prufaicei, or ol continent!",'
but of all tiaiinni; ell' the) million c-f .huinniiiiy.
VwaeeW by tin august idea on idea inlluilcly-.
iirpaaiflg in lite gruimeur ru it conception, every.
project ol muition, every cream 01 universal iu)
tlie hu turveyed the chternrUe from (11 tit
Sha hot ma mod out with an aatonitliing iKildnctr'1
and piecimon, her plun of operations, and move to
naexccuvion wun a iixeu aim ateony eyej wttn ,
boondlota Energy, and unxiinguuhable fuith. Al.
ready the lain occupation of the teats of power in
every di vision of the globe, and amaks to its awarm
nig inuKitude in. two hundred languages o Ihq
maiiy-tongued earth.-' In AlVice, the hea (Hkoii up-.
her line r posit tout from t upo ralmat lo t ort
Natal; nnd' in Asia, from Conxtantioople to (Vy
kin; hk) throws a Mi ,.f moral lii'lit like t gHlaxy
ever eiilmr. ciaiiiiuiul. liw ims louuiou tne iiiti
sceptre W Brnlima and MnfVujncd, and they crum-.'
We frtim thr-tf tiandt like asue. " bub pinery Tict
scho-4 on the Acropoli of Attieua, and work bcr -
printing pmaar under Ihe aliadow f Ihe Pyrnmidt. ,
She hat kinulnn her hght among tlie wmimUuI ihe u
lattliern and f acme oceaiw; and tlie roiynctito
anrnbnl comet running Irom hit native wood, ana
sit at lier fnet clothed, iiiJ iu hit f igiit mind, catt
hor ancrnment, aim worship at her altera, c '
And wherever ahe move ever ilie world, aha
enrrint with her all the fruit of llitt civilitution,.
w Inch lb hat aprwtd ovtr tha fact of Chriateudotfi, -
it liberty and it literature t itt art aud it provi-.
aiont: it commerce, agriculture, knowledge, nnd
jilnlotophy. Thut she it commingling and aatim
lulling an ma rntn 1 iin-n , iiiu ujr nuiiog 111 urn
founinin of all aocial iinnrovemrht. on the inicriur
and tiwirnl life of infill, sbo it building up a now or-
der f tnctoty, and acruring it on dp and imper
ithnble fnunriationii. t The Hprritnf llim who aatrl
M Lo there bo Light," it moving over the face of
tlie moral chaos, and it will not return void. 1 It"
will bring lieht mt of darkness, and order -cut of.
Coufiision. i It willatimmon into being a now world,
more boauiilul and glorious man that ovor winct)
nmlu nnd lhf miiirriii lnr alifiitlirl no ihn
lovo; whore huinauity will hold followahip with
heaven ( in which the spirit ofJTrutli 1 will pWtidtTJT'
lo guide into all truth, nnd ovor winch it will rcigo ,
With t uninp and holy d.miiiliin furevnr.y ,
-Sleighing Time America Courtship.--Th!e u.
mu-rt be in evrrltniii' fine country, beyond all doubt, . ;
and. tnlk, politice. In the winter, when the groynr
it covered with mow, what grand timet ihey havQ'
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playin' ball on tlie "iceVor going to q iiltih' frriliti'
of nice long winter evenings and then a driving , ' '
home lift" mail by -moHiltghtrJ-Naiur-mac'e thnt -Vr
season on purpose for courtiu'. - A little .tidy .j" . .
scrumptious lookin' tlty, a real clipper of a horse,' ' "l '
a siring of bolls at long at a siring of iulons rounj .-''
In neck, and a sprig on nil Lack, liKiknr forall the - ,
world like a Imneh of apple broke off al a gather
in! lime, and a aweeihcsrt alnngajde, all mulHcd bp . f
but her eyoa and lip (he one lookin right into '
you, and tne other latkin right at you i een
amoet enough lo drive one ravm', taring dinlrtclen
mad with pleasure, aint.it 1 And then the clear -criltera
aay Ihe belle make such a din titers 't no ' ,
heariii' one self spunk I so they put their pretty , ,
little mugt up. dote to vour fare, and talk. tslk,
tnlk, till one can't help lookin' right al them hi-
dead of the hortea, and then whup you both gov
enpaised into a snow-drift togeltir.r,ktn,cusliiiiii,.JV"r
nd all. w And Ihca loeee tlie little critter ahake
herself when she grtt up, like a duck landtu' from,'
a pood, chatlerin' away nil ihe time like a canary'
turn, and you a mwhawm; with plentute, it fun
alive you may depend. In lhi way fuller not"
led on to ofler himself aa a lover alore ho-know1
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wiicm 110 ucoa. oani our.
J A a R A R I A N I 8 M .
l!i!a', Dill, yoa loafer bo do youTinj your.
aelf these bard .timet r-r.--.-vfry..,w,...
Artonishin' poor look at tbeso here pateliof.
ind thoae rodeo alioes. Jim, I ihii.k we are relict."
What do you find to eat rmw-a-Lkyir7.
" Parched corn and cabdaire tenven-Sv Mosri V
" Ha, ba I good I You furgot the way lo Mr.
J.'e kitchen." -.'
Wclj,, yoH, Jim, people la'nt generou; look
in my. way of thinking, than you or I, who ia worth
hia thousand, and rat roast pig and turkey every
day, while we live in rg and poverty."
-jt4-a.iiuukuog m JJne tatrw4liiiig!..er,.itillt.
I've ah idea 1 dua'l tea why Iho devil lie thouid'ut
be at poor at wo are. 1 jiold to an equality1 of i
rights.. Every man it at good a another mao, and
no man ought le. bava nwirt ibatt bu MiUbur
them'a my aontiment.'' .
. .The remark of thit iifle, hard frecched loafer
putt me in mind of a complaint 1 betrd a little fru.
ml thtver make to hia play-mate Ihe other day.
They had been away with their hoops and kites, -Sam
with leave, Joe without. Joe, on bit return
homegot a flagging for hia presumption and tret--,
past. Tha next lime he mot Sam, he hailed biuv-
flam, did your father lick foU"Vcaierday-TI - --."Pbo.noli
s . m- - v ' -Did'nt
he! . Well, my Cither licked me, and ,
.fcn'i a-te-why you ain't as much right lo a lickuig "
at 1 havaj" lie gave him one. ' '
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