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"Summer SO o Volume 21.
; SALISBURY, N. C, JANUARY XWl.
, J a
7garJfoiv; Wiipai to. )
i-jy.IIKI JVEEKUTs::r.r:sCHAa..R FISHER,
s .'sVr d i'roprietnr, , t J: .
The VTwn CaousiU i published every Fry.
nt J per annum, w advance, or &4 S'l, if not pax! iu
tine-; uMrtii trorn lite time if ubcrihiiir. , OCT" No
p , i will be discontinued until ill srruarige. are pid,
ii the utwribcr ia worth lm ouWriptinn ; and the fail
. tire u unity the Editor oft wil to discontinue, si leat
mistii hefore the end of the year .ubtenbed fur,
w,U be C'iided new eiijfsgement. "
xT A'lvntiMtmtnu donapieuoual end correctly in
m'ihI it ii (H-r i'ire-r" 340 tm, or Jtftetn linn
,t ut type) hr the firnt jnaertion.aml '.Vfot
l.j- each continuen'coi Court and Judicial advertiee
ii.. iii 'i" per c:iit. hip'wr than the above rate. A da
,t ipricn of per c-iit. fnrnl the reynlar pt ice will
b. nnle to yearly edvertmwre. 0 Adfertnemeott
r-ni In for publication, muK bt marked with the aunv
l. r f iiiwHH'bj i)eirp4, or they will be coatiaued till
(iirhiil, ami disced accrdinjrly. " ' . ,
To ft tenticn, all leuere ai'-lwrod lo the EJi-n-nn
lwinp. m(( 6r rf o J)(e.
TAKCS thii method of iiiforining 'hie
Jtiml,,si ibft unr.ll y, thai he
m r:nnifd Irom Virpinm, and will 60 Jiappy In
iitAivii rrui'imuiine it' that veryliberal patron,
i j v iicli he haa h rftfore fij Ilia tilGee
i al tli" Kajle. U-t"K StafeevUIe N. C ' '
ri ceA.ber JS10. O f
AT Wh-I't'e anl Rcfmf.nt v WHF.ELKRS'.
(ijMV'S orn irrit.'iO titmeol.DeekwiUi'arilU, !
MlJ:i. Pt;W i.id Hitter, II wu'k'e Paimrtia, and '
n -: .irJ's retpfitv lrk ll'iwel Complain, for rn!o
I., B. At C. K. mil'KR.
- FRK.4II TEAS.
U'infa, Spirit, Tidwiero, and Cigjira,
J nt ry'iv'il nl for al', at the tjiiha
l'rv Drtijj Hiri "
M,liiniry, Nnv. .', Itt). 'r '
INttoti nfn. "
.rP:lK ubfribf rs, Aeule for I;iirtirton Cut
tf:i IVt-iry, wiwlj infwrm the htWw i that they
ij : ' put reci'ived w(J now .fB:r (or ale, w'holemHi
ii i I n iail. iH Ortl'Ki Yaus of id Factory, c(i
N'(o of vnn'm ri'tmnrre: Ther'tjigrtr
--TtiirniciTitrwYamtrtht Fae4ry aeN-
ll''lo.-fei1 au-l known a lo nrd'iio recinn
caaie Trill piewi gtvp ui fvcau.
:. 6. & C. K. WillU-.P., A;l.
. ,:'r'l2I. ' r-.- tft
-cMte-.-ftA L.VDIKS AND
Th"-e Hinhiii Sttii! tir tfe ar, would d
-JA"'jiit n t-ivd, ui thrt " S.ilnibiry CoftVe
" .1 -j ," direct from CU ir'tou, tlic t'onownijf
TiF'!?S TiT lilif to- mt 1
y,n,ri, U tnvtij, Xac.lrk Ci'lrr,
OyJi rs, :. , Urunzri, ' r
hhi'tit,. . . .. liuismSi.
,Vir'inrit - - : Cirtt ....
Aflof wh!rh"hre-of the birt riility, tod will be
!(.) !. t..r cWi, x pwtU4l dealer vn, i!h
nwmI crJl. OH aid 1 JL.
SJubuiy, N. C, Dec. 4. 1840. -- '
IN MOCKSVILLE, DAVIE fIINTY,N.C.
vvoitMS ih jMihlrtt that he haa reronyeil from hi
t t . n 1IDUSK t CNTl!ttTAlXM:NT
l't ll.vtw t roinnv nul eoirfirBidioil J .lUehed Ic
iiuiih are u rwtitiblo O.Iics for jgetitincn ef ibe
Kir. ali e.nvH.iH(it to tlw Court IW-e. Tlie UJtr
1 t iM hmuell' mt J.iit:t e"'";0,10
. ..t'aatialuti'H Ui.il. - nay rail on lnm. Il.sTa.
:: lUrnril S'aW. n t' ,-h.h.ImI iu tin Kct n.sninr
t'ini t.m ciiuiiiry will l.urJ, ti3 l i tut .ant ' faW".
i.li llld IT'HIKlt.
l1 ifil";v 7, lf,..
VvClxtf iif.ir.ii id iniilmikiiiL'
111 Niiuttier bimi.
n, I now nrfef n?e"rtil)iiluu'nt of thu Wll
11 Norm AnvKRnar.H lr aale.
ldni:iit Uikiw f a more elmible ait.l.ilion
triM i!!MrtMiil'einl,iirkiii( in the priiiliii bU'l
than VV ilmn'j;i'iii. iN.irlh (..'.iiuioid.
1 . r n inToin iiiMUii."n.aul L-iition niii"i ue
l).-.:u.i U r 11, IM'l
H AVINli rt-movd I.h OlTice lo JtifJ
l)(Hti f Mr.' wau' brink row,
(f rnmrly ocru"i by Ur. Alili nuntli,) nenr'y
ojiiioaii. .iltoliiieT Brio u .tore, p.-iitoI tuinli-i Lis
ir..roginn,il M-rvi'Xa to ttic public
ainlulMirv, Auuit '41, l'-!". "
DR. JAMES G.AVOMACK
HAVING loeatud liiinefh'oermsnenOy in
the Tw T AI.6IJH!IY, temler his
irufuiiH.I mrvicM to it ci'iwiiJ-tnd the
Jjocuut country, in all the varum brancbusof bis pro
lusion, llti can lw I.hjiiJ at liU'Ollice, oil main atfCrt
ojii- door below-tlie oSko -f the " V!S'rii CiroSlnian."
:- Jiify:. 1640. ' lv
V"i., ij 1 pwwiiw'wmi
"A'ceffj ''end rpt4ttiitfy exteuHd ot Thh f fee.
FRUIT TREEa' -
"pilE 8ubcriber bu for aa'le al hit Nuneriea,
ta DavkUon County, N. C,, a large aaeort.
inent "of Fhiil Troea, dte., eonaiating of " "J-
t Plum, ' CAtrriy,
&C., MMACIJt I MAJIV OF THI BEST
Aiucricau Ano Eur peajn
ft fin 8olection of :V "
Trae will be deliaered si any rcaeonablo die
lanco from Lexington, at the uaua priea o baolin).
Priced Catalogue, eeot gratia to all appltcaote, tbe
poatag Ming paid. Uirect lo Islington, N. U,
, .... S'fitj unnr
December 18, 1840.
THE 8AUSBURY MANUFAC
TUK1NU COMPANY having coov
meneed oporatioo, art now prepared
lo Auroiah dealen with Cotton Yara
nf a auperior quality on favorable lern "
J. RHODES BROWNE Ag ,
Sal'iabury, Deo. 11, 1S40. r .'
Notice. . ;
THE MILLEDGEV1LLE COT
TON FACTOR Y.aituated in Moot.
pinery County, 2f milee .Eatt of
Bnliaburr, ia Dow ia full operation.
Tlmw intimately acquainted with the Yarn of thia
Factor, prefer It to any enantifactared in the State.
- N. B. 1 with ro procore about. one hundred
Pale, of Cotton, (liret-rala quality,) delivered at'
the above Factory, which I will apin, either one
h ill lor toe other, or at eight cent per lb.
December 11, 1840. 6t
PROM the Sobecriber, 011 the 20th ult., an in--
dented appnrniico lo I be coopering buMoeai,
by the) name of CHARLES A KEY. He ia be
iwoen ail teen and aevenieen year old, nearly five
feet high, eandy colored hair, tolerable fair eom
plected, and ia aoanewhat hard of hearing. All
pereorte are hereby cautiocvad againot harboring or
employing him, aa I a in determined lo enforce the
law agaimal tbote oflendinir,. A reward of Five
Cent and ladaJr wilt be given lo any peraon
wKo 'will JcKver'iaTd oby'loiriaC-' 1 '
' . SILAS EARNHEtRt.
'pIIK Hubacriberhaaan imjroWif ApttuMrlor
I Milla, by which, a mill will do much butter thaa
with Ibenraal form of Spindlwe. T It o conatruciad
a to from ktmtiug or killing the ntral in any aiaa
"ner. The fanner if" o confined br tbe 8pindle a .1
- way te preaerve ita balance, and of court, there 1 no
rubbing of tbe atones.
I think, by thia improved Spindle, th tame water
or Mipenur qmiuy,
Any peraon wiahrr.ff to nee one of the, flpipdlea,
""insy otNafft tnore,-wy wifAtog fp4o.tmwrth-
in t short time) to me HutMcnber at Moekaviiie, int te
Co. N.C. 1 lhin the probable coiriH-'ttot 'Meed
$M lor the Patent and Spindle ready fur int.
Tbe following peraon. have my Patent Mill Spindle
in aucceoful operation i Col. W . F. Kelly, Tboa. Fw
ter, Joeeph Ibll and Saml Foster of Davie County;
Gilbreth Dtckaon and David J. Ramamir ot Liooola;
'Ch&rleTOriinUr of Rowa;-A'idwm Moore of Davie.
too. and William Don of Horry, all of whom arCAijV
ry pieaeed witn u penormance.
. L. M. GILBERT.
October 23, 1 if
'flllE Subecriber living seven miles south of 8lia-
JL bury, intend keeping constantly oa band, Mar-
LI J :.. ci-i l
viv aai VJr.uiic oiaua caprwij m
so that be eat execute lay order in that Line, on the
He is ready to eseente eny work which ma be called
Jbr ia HCULrl URIaU, HTOK-CU TThU, t.V
- GRAVING, aod bo aaewree tboa. who mat iavor
""Tiiiia wW -merr work;' that onlese wtiKaWwceerdiaf
to contract, nt baa no pay. t
.A eomplete large Dairy Trough lot sale, cut of Roelk!
kir ine purpose c 1 preserving bbui cool. Apply 10 toe
ENOCH E. PHILLIPS.
November lit. W9. ' it
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER living near Lexington, David
son County, takes thia method to inform the Pub
lie that be will enter into contract silk any Perwn, or
"periMM, either in Davidaon, Rowtn, or CkbmviXxmtn
ties, who wish bouses, laeturHv, or any other kin. ol
building erected of llrick, to build tbem a.clivap,at
durable, and io as good style as any workman ia this
country. - - - f.
ii. "11 .1 u ..j i. .i : .-.J l
iiv win aiw, MtMiiu bin vara tn uik) u w.utcu.
He iroirt. that lira tong epeneoce in
MOULDING AND LAYINU BRICK,"
will entitle him to a .hare of public patronage.
Ile would refur gentlemen wiahing work done in bit
Iine of Buainew, to the Female Academy and the new
fire proof UJerk. office in 8aliabury,a. speciioeDao)
hi. work. I
N. & Thoae wiahing work done, will please teave
word at the office of the Western Carolinian, and it
shall be punctually attended to.
Davidson, April IS, 1839. If
'piHS invaluable Medicine is tot oale by the
aubicriber, at Milledgeville, Montgomery co.,
W. E. 151' RAGE
February 21, 1640.
rPO HIRE, in Iht couitltf,--K imert, active no
gro WOMAN, aocustorood to house work. -
Apply at THIS OFFICE.
Of rmrji ditcrtplion f ftdV.al Ikit Oft.
MlB C E L LA NEO US.
h, BEAUTIFUL fiJCTRACT.
"Co Out beneath Ibe" arched heaven To VglitV
profootMl gloom, and wy', if y i eari; There it 00
God 1" Pronounce that dread blaaphemy, md each
atar abotrt will reprove you for your unbroken dark:
neat ot intellect every voice that float, upon lb
night wind, wilt bewail your utter hopsleMaeu and
dcopftir. It Ihera no God I , Wjo, ihm, unrolled
Ihnt Wot tcroll, and threw upon ita high fronlie.
Pce tht legiUe gleejnioga of imtnorlalily t Who
fiuhioned thit green earthwith ile perpetual roll
ing watfra, and in expaneo of i.land and mainf
Who aclt! the foundation of iht mountaitu t
Who paved the beaveot with cloud., aod attuned,
amid banoera of atorroa, lh voice of lhuodera,and
unchained fh lightning, that linger, and hirk, and
flash in their gloom f Who gave IMbt taglt it
aaft ey rit where the tempest, dwell and be.l atrong
et,'arKj lo tbt duvt traoquil abode amid'the for
eata that aver echo to the) ninetrelay of heir moan t
Who made thee, oh, men, with ihy perfect tie.
gaoco of intellect and form? Who made light
pleasant tot bee, and Iht darkneaa a covering and a
herald to the firwt beautiful JUahat of the morning t
W(o gave tbee that malcbleaa tymmatry ot tintwa
aod liinbl That regular flowing of blood t Tbe
Ureproaaiblo aod daring peseione of ambition and
of lovet And yej tbt 'tlninder. of heaven and tbe
water, of earth art calmed f Art there no rt'xr1,
that man it not swept under deluge ? Tbty re
main, but tbo bow of reconciliation hang, out
abovt and beneath I bent. , And tl were better tbal
tbo limitleea watert and the ttroog moiiotint wtre
coovulaad aod commingled together it wart bet.
Htjr that Iht vary ttaA wtrt conflagrated by Are,
or ahrouded ia eternal gloom, than that one aoul
thotrld bt lott, whilt M.rcy kneel and plea.la for
it beneath the altar o( lul.rcea.ion.
About flvt orwiiy cart ago, ibert.becanM known
to fame, in Iht Shandean eonat ruction oT celebrity
t. within -a circle somewhat beyond tight of the
mokaof ont'a bouae ont Vinceol Prieaaoiit, an
illiterate brmtr in the Province of Moravia ia
Germany, who having invented a. remedy for die
eate, , which proved tucceaaful, accidentally or other-
wise, ia some peculiar-cases, waa noised about, at
the discoverer of ibe long-hidden sovereign reroe.
cetded tho Sbandeulmirumri"Bt thia time hole"
known over a great part of tbt continent tnd in
Great Briuin. Hundred, flock to hirn, amoni
whom art said to bt not a lew of iht nobility.
Hit remedy ia ccU-mater and nothing ties this
ukea inwardly and applied rxteroattyi but ilwayt
cold. Hp eontinuet to reside tl hit littlo ftrm, and
obeervea thd same simple customs he preserved
ben unknown. I The gretl and Iht proud submit
te tbem-rkred by tbe .charwof wfrtiftion, wnd
tbo glimmering hope of health, tht rich man's
bttsa, tat poor mans nchoe, they yield up their
iuxunee and their eoiewdrTaa4ewgnhemwlee.
to tht rigid aimplicity of the Q iaok physician.
Tht following thort description of Pneeeniti mode
of treatment of disease is a translation from a Ger
man paper :
2r. TinitntrPnf$itfiThltMw cel.orattd
physician last summer again performed great and
astounding cure. His fame has already extended
to America. But a lew yean ago bt wtt denomi
nated an eccentric quack. A large number of pa-
tieota visit him every year, among which are many
of tht nobility of Europe.- lie resides near the
town of Grafenburgin Germany, in a mountainous
but very healthy spot. Hit method ii dirTorent from
that of any othtr physician, lit uses no medicine
except cold water, and ha generally cures hie pa
tient in three days, but in no instance ie more than
ait daye requisite. Ae toon tt tht symptoms of
an inflammatory diaeaae appear tbe D.clor lakes
nJinen aheeljaii!a.4 uiIimauI U....
int it effectually, ha toreada over it a vert thick
blanket an a baoWIJa ihaa aiiarataaa-lU tntieM
with great desptich, and laya him on the wtt sheet
ia bed, wrapt thit and the blanket veryMightly
around him, and covert him with several feather-
bed. If Iht patient ia afflicted with a disease of
the brain or other disease which occasions fever in
tha bead, ha appliee also a wet linen sheet to it,
hut much thicker than tht other, tnd wrap it teva
rsl limoo around IbeheseVpertieularly-arouaJ tha
for.liead and covert it with a blanket, Foren iu
flammation of the throat he applies tha tame about
the neck. ,The application, art repeated every
5, 10, IS, 20 or 30 minptet, according to Iht pro
portion of Ihe fever. - i he patient, titer being ten
minutee io this situation, becomes warm through
out tht system, 'la some etas, where jha held
it much tffected, bt applies-on or two buckets of
colli water to tha back part of Iht head and neck,
every time ha repetit iht application of the wet
sheet. These frequent eoolioga lesson tht fever,
and generally in tw hours it it entirely conquered.
When thit it accompliahed, Iht patient remaina in
bed with Iht wet theet around him, mart covtring
it applied over the body except tbe head, which it
kept at cold at possible. ' In the course of tn hour
or tn hour and f half, the patient becomet heated,
tnd soon tfler t perspiriticn follows, .which, l)ow
aver, does not auecl ihe luug. Tha patient ianow
allowed lo drink bulonly cold water, the window
of the room art'throwu upon to admit tlie fresh air
even in winter, which pierces through the room
increases Iht perspiration. ' After remtining in thin
net tea condition irom two to ttirto hours, tie . im
mediately placed jnto a bathing tub aituated cteir
tha bed filled with cold wtter, where he'remalns
five minutes during which his whole strength' win"
admit.' After the belli, he ia rubbed pnrfecily dry,
it again dressed aud takes some exercise io ihe
room." , t -t
; Thit method it repealed ae often a. tho 'tymp ;
lomt of a frver appear and froni three to ail reie.
.ihioot Iht diaeate is cured. Tlit rtepvery; Mto
in a fe days, aod tht patiuqt may then pursue hi
avocation without feeling any lost of strength.;
All kind, of medioiiie, says Dr. Priewnita, are itn
neceeeary, nay, highly dangeroua. ; All aptcee, as'
well at cofTee, lea, wine, dto., are prohibited, and
wkter, colJ wator only, it recommended,' and 10 be,
used vtry copiously;- , . .- ,
' e 0) e , " . ,i "
UAKLNG IT AN OBJECT. . ;
Dan Marble tells 1 good story, of a Yan
kee who recently paid Arkarnat a flying visit.
He went 'out there to " aottU," induced by Iht rp
rtetotttiont of-o man from that Statt who was on
viail to Cuoaeoiicul. Who tojd him . bt coo Id
M makt a fortm " at ooce, and thai he would make
it an object for him if he would toovt to Arkan
aat immediately and with him. I'porf the etrength
ot thit astortion the Yankee accompanied hit Ar
kansas friend home, but had hardly been in the
Statt half a -jy before Ihty had a regular rough
and tutublt fight, in which tht Dawn Easter,"
got tbo worst of iU Wt gtvt iht Yankee! det
criplion of tht . scrimmage ia "nearly his own
words...,; , ' V V.-'""'
; You tea I went awty( ou tmong'jht daro'd
catarnaraos aud bowy uvea, cot I was told I could
make my ttaroil fortin jn ktoamott ttn time. Tbe
f.n.rtbal coased me off, to, sed he'd makt it an
object for me, aod what's wore, ted bVd dti the
Ibiog that waa right, and makt aa object of me
amoog hit friends aod 'quaintancet ted he'd get
me all their custom, lu. Well, a lure I'd bean
among tht plaguy heathen tu hours, tht chap that
got ma off, wat mort'n half tmtshtd on new corn
wbiakey, kicked up a row, and filially, cava me
00a of Ibt sln.igblest Ucktn'i I ever got tiuct I wte
born upon sixth. Wtryt tht, lickia Eph Potiingill
give me behwd tht school houtt, waa new eider
and nan caket in com Denton. But ha mad hi.
word good, for I wat Uellt grain lt at look
ing object arttr tbt fight was over T That mum
my I ietii lit T tlit'cId Boatoa Museumrwat a per
fact beauty to what I wat. W hen I curnlihink
. over what ht'd ted bow he'd makt an object of
tnd so on, I thought tht mutt prudent thing 1 could
du wit jest lo pull op stakes and bt oil hum, aod if
over you catch roe out iu Keckaotbaw agioyou
may tplit ma op into shinglt stuC I'm out to
fond of bein made aa object ot, aod get tin cutiom
kind 11 by no mnn$ tenet"
in hit erueity. When at the"tboVw"hTc1oirow".'
-ed the trie make tempeet. of rain ca roatm Jbe
would not allow aay one to quit the placet and
seek thtlttr. lit himself tUo remained; hut he
had ttveral cloaks, and changed them at ihey be
came wtl. Many of tha spectators died ia con-
''teqiiancrortoldt and nmttTeeontole ihem,
he invited thtm to a public tupper which lasted all
through tha aighu He gave U Senate and
Keighu alto a cunoot supper at tha tame time.
Tbe room in which he reetivtd than waa mads
perfectly black ; by each ttood a pil'ar with the
nama of tho guest on it, and a sepn'chra! lamp ;
caked tlavtt blacktned Ie restmble tpectrts came
tnd danced a horrid measure around them, and
thaa each seated himself at Ibt feet ol t guest
the funeral mtala were then brought in black vee
eels. All sat quaking ia tV.tnet; Donutiaa alone
spnks, tnd hit discourse we of death. Al length
he dismissed thtm but at the porch, instead of
liJlL?W0 atunaaott, may tount strange oort, wna
- . .... a a. t " .al
" no 19 ""T "
freely, word rame ta etch that one waa come
from tha Emperor j terror returned, but it wat
tgreeatty diopelled by findjng that pillar which waa
ail var, Ihe iupptr utenails af valuable naitriale ana
tha t'ava who had pltyed the ghset, were arrived
presents from the palace. Keig Aley's Kerne
A itorgof Ike diieoverj of Cofet in ireeie.
"It is taid that Omar, the Arab ahiek, was driv.
ing from Yeman, about A. D. A50, tnd did to :ht
wild.iooss. , Hs toen found it very difficult for nun
, lu procure food, and teeing tht coffee berry, re
sembling, aornewhtt, a cherry, he waa ttmptod ie
try it. There wit a very thin pulp, scarcely more
thaa tht tkin, upon tht outiido, that be could ear ;
but ht hoped lo soften the kernel by boiling them,
to that thty might be edible. In the courts of the
process, tuch a delightful aroma greeted hit not.
tri a, that he waa induced to taste tht decoction,
and found it much more invigorating than the to
lid. which produoed it. And, thue tht imraotl
i.rtrtuet "of aoflee,. at Uvtret, aprang lev.KAi
"iiaAood," It js roast rut tnJ 'fitting to he
. laid toVi nry in our day, that a man has no -Wri,
Ium lAmK'liimanlf .(! from eammuhinn with aa
" rich' and, manifold a 'world it 'eura, or arbitrarily
10 naroen ana narrow nie uio, on any m ine tinei
.onhleh it it open tnd sensitive. But' ills also!
f no lost nocesmry, knd perhaps al thia time more
:rerfeL to urge that a man a first vocation te to
he a wwaTalwsiLjersonal being,' with a rea.
labia mofartxiitiice7wllnrtajl4W P urong,
efllimeral1isa.Vt R".HiA orI".i ee fonc Iheir naeceMfOorla to agii.m the b
- cstV fli V4irr4-$Tpi.tim i V f Z?& A00; TThej hseSeen .Northern Ileme-
Z' V - : " - 'cr, ""J a"b b" Southern members m the Na- .
,(--''.' ' l)Uloiise ofRepreeenitire,a5init Ihe whole
aiioVnvorlHy eeiee, at all expeneVnf plciUlurantimilr roault.Tbey had stood in tha breach leji.
til'liwje,uccat. . h U not by luyieg tling'ratu.Cilly futSuuthc'rff rights, atthtimmmcat'
down and dreaming of atony roads, that we get ea.
By ttanduig up and actually walking, we nod m ra.
al ruHil undcf ourjNl wbteb in time, will .loa4.pt
into all made that we are capable of knowiaf latai
there t 4 way .more Ibid we cat aver aVeaa t -for
dreamt ari but tbq confused remains of what
wt already kww.;,;, , ... . '' , 1.,1
' j y i, j- i ?1 mmmm -' . T .5
SiliTht Journal of tbe AmtrioMi Socaww
ttatfct thai ihn imporutioat of Silk into low Bat
ted Statot during tbt year ending 80th Septeilb,.
1 839, tmnuntod to neariy $21,000,000, which it
ono-fourlb mora thaa the) amount of any item in,
ported. . .Tha amount f cotloo (ooda imported
waa tlt,6!,397 of iron aillO3lfC05 , of Hrth
and raiwimoroa, $TjmjXH ; worsted stuff, f?
025,693 1 other tuaMfacturet of wool, 13,567,161 f
one-half tbo value . of ailk and worsted tu(b,tl,
160,043 1 total woolen gnoda, tl ,881.000. lev
portatinn of augor amounted to 99,924132 ; Knew
0,731 ,27. - Tbue, tan imperi.tion ol nlk ra
nearly equal lo the aggregate of linen and woolen
together, aud to one half of ibt otbot impurtatioQt
eonibinod' Wri Argnt. ' . ...
Odditia of Grtal Mcn The g reagent mm am
often allectfcd by tht mvtt InviaT circwflHtaiicea,
which bavaNio apparent cooaectWei with Ih erWtt
they product). Aa old jrrntlemao nf wnnta we
know aometliing, frk secure againat Ihe rramp
whan he placed hie shoes. Ion going to bed), so that
the titflit shoe waa on the left of the Mt ehoe, and
the lot of tbe right next Ut Ibe heel of tbn left.
If be did not bring the rihl shoe round the ether
awe ia that tray, he waa liable lo tbe cnunp. Dr.
Johnson used alwtys, in going up B-4t cnnrt, bt
put one foot upon each stone of the paswmmil j rf
he tailed, he fell certain the day would be eolncky.
Duaon, toe oeieoraiea naiuranai, never wrote nut
in lu'l arena, ur. Kouu, ot uuuro, etedieo' at
full e inooicaU. - Aa eirnnent livine writer can nev
er compote without hit slipper, on. A ceWbrated
preecber of the last ceoiury could never make a
sermon with his garters on. - A great Germain
scholar writes, with hie braeee nd. - RetMr. tbe
German critic, wrote hie coaimrntariee on tbmho.
clee with a pot of porter by hie side. 'bret
lectures at I lie age of it, extempore in L.tim,
with hi snulf box conetantly what. band; with
out he could not get en.
M Come back, that's not lUt road," nid a sturdy
land owner lo a man who was ciwasinc hie eetaie.
"Do you ken," an id tbt wan, -wbanr Fat
No," replied tht owner.
-- Well, how tbe- devil dV ye ken whether thit
bt the road or no V
A soldier, who waa once WAeadedJ in battle, act
lip 1 terrible 1eStowing. Aw Inabiwan wiw hs -uitr,
Wrth hie Wga ahA.oJljrnnwdiaji4y awng oat
Bad luck te tbe hkea of ye do ye tlaok luliody "
ie kilt but youre If."
' Stlf-Pre ue. W hen yon hear any one wtakin
a notat tbuut himself hie saerite end hit-good
iualMltlrrhit morocco boot, and new iaehiuned
clothes, remember Ibat the pooreet wheel of wa
gon always creak, the luudeet.
The Srcrtltry of Mirabea i midle him one d.
poetibK tmpoetiMe tm rried Mirabfwr;?trtmg
from VP chair,"" hevtragsin owr Hatful itk word
in my presence."
BritutfJ JafureL In LWncfr&bw npenon.
that casket of rare and eparktrog cms, we have
tbe following beautiful moral deduced fruea the
story of tbe hero : " Look not mournfully into tbe
past; it ie I bioe. Go Girth to meet Ihe enadowy
future, wtthoet fear and wtth-ewieiJy hear." ,
From tkt Virginia 8tnr, of Doc 18.
A merder ef a aauet atrocioea chnrecter, we
uaeeratsnd, waa committed in Ihn caaniy of Dm
widdie, en 8eodty snormng last, hy Jeremiah
Conway, on tht peraon of Edward Leww, a young
maa only aboet 19 yet re ef age, wne, el the time
when the murder we com -wi ted, readej with
Conway 'a family. ; It appearo that Lewis had
dressed himself with the intention of going la
church, and wat in the act el sfepping eat of Ike
portico, heeieg hie back turned toward. Conway 'a
cnember-door, whan C ad ra need within a lew
stew of kin, having gea heavily charged with
buckshot, and fired, when Lewie (til, havmg
r received tha antira contents of the won in tie neck
" . ' w
and been pan or fcit eeT"Toa lf tpfioeabte
caust aengned for the pet set rat ion of tbt. dreadful
act wet raluualy -en the part ef Cnwwayr lie has-
Km many year been a taember ef the Mrtaodnt
Church. kfterlhe net wtt coivmitted, Conway
mad. no effort lo escape, and, when qeeetioned io
relation to tht murder, positively declared thit he
knew nothing a boat it. He kt been cnmmitled
lo Ihn put of Diawiddit eoenty, where he awaita
hit trial for thia owtrageous tct.
-Tip tit r.tlrrt Ctfr ) irgmL.
Georgia, Maryland, North Caroline, Lou mane,
Mimiaaippi, Ttnneaaee, and Kentucky, all slave
holding hUatea, have played into the band, ol tha
Abolitwoiats, at the. lata alection, and toted tor
Harrison. -Thit it a matter of eurprive, no less to
the Abolitionist, themselves, thia to the Democrat
ic party. Tbt followers of Garriaon, at the North,
did not expect tny thing to favorable te thekcauae
at Iht Southern aupoort of General Hairiann.
They kneWtktt the Democracy of tbe North had
been, of old, the M natural allies of the South,"
tnd Ihty hid tetn. too, this same Democracy erect-
,n ""'f tatnm ndr, 1 Knn
ehitH,yVrit of Nmthern tupporters, to prevenf
sq unaoeexciiament innre iq rewiin io antnnero
aleve'ryl They had heard these IVmocrsIs do
'rmuiteed (br so 4itg by tht -Pederalieta generally, -'
;anu mreaieneu wmi oenrai wnenin.y returnM to
their w constituent. They had witneaued alT
thia and therefore we ny,they did nLanticipaie,
at the lale election, any thing oa theort U ihe
RouthbuT open hoetility ta Gen. llarruoo, The
DcmrnrcV; turely had equahreawMi te expect a
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