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i t erftaWi state t-f h arir.d,
iil bv iftd'if". whtTcit lie
ire p.?fth"fe! ep4t h fight
Lt writer rel dr
ihos pimmur regi. vi u?
!ljili Ully called htp.choiMlria which
4filWihwrirht or h-fi sideoflhai eat
Lm the nime hjphondnasis.
corporeal syruptoms are flatolen
;h or bowels, acrid eructations,
IP' : iriJstntMlic pain, giddiness, dimness
jfliSiidtti.,'nd often arj utterii.abilily
flftdt iJaiintin upon any subject of im-
ni" f Ml paging in any thing lhai de
WlWm emge. Alio langnidness
Iw6 irritable, thoughtful, despond
W'f (Eiluf li . a o d d ejected . aecum pa n ied w i t h
fffiUI&ieni of the nervous system.
lar train oj ideas
nr . rHPt I may ma nuii ,.
fev 4lil Mkhib.tau infioite diversity. The
JIof men are as open; to this afihc-
tajvjife'crf any kind, especially ss
Irtiracied"io a late hoar in the night.
lo-- iyiJtpd &v social: intercourse- or ex-
f 1 jfilte habit, great excess- to eating
S$ jjjlpjf4e immoderate use bf mercury,
ffv-.. uiSjife9, the suppression. of some ha
lf jdlya9 obstruction of tbe men
Tfyilimuaf eruption i, relaxation: or
MM L -i S.-- it mnto tmnnriant. nrtrans w.Lhin
JbalbWects of treatment are, (o re
il!iiJ3pifc l irengthen the body, and
jTy ;heiplriwhicn may be promoted
liesttHi&VJ nours tUuar meals, -and
6fatioo-T(e' liowels (if costite)
Kriririt. We know noihinjj better
syijtatn this mid, than Dr. William
laati' Pilla'beiog mi,d and certain
iKi,Uohfetail6n. The bowels being once
I MMable Camomile Pills,(whlch j
i.ltanill iiljire, sod anti-spasmodic; are an
fcIlliblMrted, and without dispute hatre
Ithed itllf ifl,essinS the numerous public.:,
Qme!phjins have recoil mended a free
Isiof ifriisrVbulit should not be resorted to,
iHiinjinf ieart will greatly agg rafale the
J! , r I
1 ; f
J ' if
J: ,l 1 ; I ! "
PENDLETON, 'if , BRJJNER,")
EDITORS - AND PROPRIETORS.
JPfifilfsicrl ITVc nf Tito Dells. i
. 1 1
ml riflu CIS
' r 1 1 j 1 1 - " ' ! ' 1 ..
ol Law -Fall Term, A. D. j 839.
' - . 1 1 at
Petittod fur Divorcei
; Joseph AVfolf, v-i"i
- . : ;! Pelitiol
'Jane Wolf. v'i ft
N this case it appearing td the satisfaction of
the Cuorii thai Jaoe Wolf, the defrdaoi,
does not resid within the limiis .of thiiij tate I
it is therefore ordered, that' publicatinn be.jmade
fur three months in the Watchmao, published at
Salisbury, and ihe Greensboro Patriot, jhat un
less the defeii lent appear at the next Superior
Court of ; LaW; to be held for the "county of
Stokes; at the Court House in German ton, a tbe
2d monday afir tbe 4th mri(lay in ftlarchiiext.
and plead, answer or demur, or the petttiui) will
bearing ex pant
witness, Isaac Golding; Clerk of sat a juourt
at office, 2d Imonday after the 4ih moudiiy in
September,' A !D 1839-' ' : r ' l-:
ISAAC GQLDfryU.Jc sic.
Dec. 20, 1839 Sm21-rPrinier's lee iQ
I88IXG. The Vol. of the American Al
manac! for 1833 and 1 834, oe long trig to the
8ubsriber.' JProbablj it ha fallen jito the hands
of some one m h purchased Book! at G4. Polkas
sale, as it was last loaned to that genlleman.V :
Dec. 6, 1839.tfl5 j. -IffA.
. , 'STOKES,COUNTYM;;
i Court of Equity bTcrrli,ii839.
Polly Earljr," Executrix of Aaa'Early; decfd
riasaat lviroy, i nomas tvtroj noj Otoers
-ft - - . . 'i . ; K
-4 " t i
IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of
the Coar'f, that Thomas Kirby, ocelot the Ba
fen da his in this casedi not reside within the
limits of this State ; it is therefore ordered, that
xpar, : : kfl . )v- ! 3 I t ?a VV atcbmaoprtnledr Salisbury h that un-
ifcss me saia a nomas jvirov appear ai ine next
Court of Equity, to be holdeu for- f1iiej;fe)onty of
ptokes, at the Oouri-House in . uermaiitun, on
jthe second monday after j the fourth tuonday ib
Alarch nextL and plead, answer or-deuiurr,' the
tJill will be; taken pro confesso, and tbt case set
down for hearing exparte as to hinfi 1 1 1
li WitneslF. Fries; Clerk and .Master of onr
said Court, 2d monday after 4ih coonda io Sep
tembeff 1839.- .-h- 444 4
1 FRANCIS FRtEWM.E.
1 Nor. 294-6wI8--PrtRters M$5 j fii
J it-is. v.. t'ly i.i''4iti.il-
ff ESPEOTFUILV: informs the Citizens' of
ift SalisouJ and its vicinity," that he has ta4
ken an office Hi the Jfbiuioi Hotel for: thei: pur-j
pose of pract king Dental obgeey. In 1)1 its
vaiious qrancnes, no me msi improvea; ana
scientific prireiples. izTScalingpluggio'Ex
tracting, Inserting Teeth on PivotGoid Spring,
Plate, &c. j Ih;- is.- - j:, : , ,i -
He s a xgularfcgraduate of Wedicinej and TT'r appear ng to the satisfaction dfc tfe
hopts.by attention and assiduity in the jne of J lnal el UefVndant tolly ''.ebftrdlji
his prolesston to receive a 6hare of publti? pa4 jnbabiiant of this Sta.te 1 Ordered ly the Court,
tronage. ; j , n ; ; r if b ! M that publication be , made, thre months in the
; N. B. is in possession of a; matertaj, no Carolina Wktchman. that" the sard Polly I Deb.rd
only innocent and easily applied, but far superior Appear at the next SuperioTf Court, & be held for
to any thingflhat every el has been discovered Wilkes CouJntv. ii the5 Court Hou&ioi Wilkes
for Plugging! particularly in large cavities herf rboroon the7th inuay! ifter the $d Idiioday of
the nerve is Exposed and tooth otherwise jtnucn Februarv next, and answer to said Dttiiion. oi it
m :JMemtimd JslomMng Facta, v v
IArtaKTHREE V EARS'. STAND
ot. Monroe, Schuylkill, afflicted
h'tbe'aba M jstressing malady.. Symptoms:
lifcteailUfigburi flatulency, disturbed rest, ner
gs jy3Seifliculljf;of breathing, tightness
Isiricittifabss the breast, dizzinesss, ner
4,: tyjfrld restlessness, cou Id not - lie
ioKiiiiil (iqsition without the' sensation of
imlefidtrV flitti6npa Ipitation of the heart,
i'treogi;'i i v eness, pain of thestom
ljdra!isaesijfgioat debility and deficiency of
riie'oerwMUnergy. Mr R. . Monroe gave op
tvr:hBoit ofiirecovery, arid dire despair sat
pe cduniena,vce,pi eery person tnteresteaio
i)tyd ih!puife paper some cures eflected by
prWIMi' MEDIClNE in his com
wliiifipuced him ti puichase. a pack
iltif ih Ptlls'l which jesulted in rcompleiely
'Wpt.iSlryllsjmptoin of .his'., disease He
tisheatti tus motive tor in is declaration is.
irojeJii'wtth'' the sathe or any sytrip
iirkisiinllillo those from which he is happily
iHtm.ed.oiii Ijikewise receive the inestimable
lira .1! 1 .Ii.tinftut.- wife of Cant. Josenh
teoMMfeMass. was severely afflicted f 5 TO,' SO
.rmrywlitiij Tic Dolereux, violent pain k-Win4y t( tie Estate of WV CJ Love. deleaS-
ttAiiijB' :.! i.i. i : i. r. :i -ar ,r : . . j. . .is i
eiier ireuo: hoo; Tuiniinin. wnu a 00111111!; ueai
fj fiesiiifeMbj I ltd unable to leave her room.
Superior Court of tenFall pr?n, 1839
Gideon Debora.- ") , H 1 f II , ,
.r retiuon lor uivotce
Debord.. 3; n,. I f;i II; '
diseased, and, would particularly teciKnmejrju1 ti
to all before-haying iheirteetb xiracted, which
otherwise mjgot -be saved . bv baviog itheui
1. . 1 .fli lea waited nn at tnetr ortvate re
sidences. Jli i ..I , . , ;t
Salisbury, De. 20, 1839. 2w2l
ire, at the! Court Hoose, in-
will be heard exparte. and judgment 'awarded
accordingly.! " " H
Witness. James G wvn. Jr.. Clerk of our said
r " J w , 6: hl - T
Superior Court at. Wilkesborb,' the 7ihrmohday
of tbe 3d monday of August, A U. 1839, j
.J GWYNN, Jrji8, a C
Nov, 29. 1839 3n18 Pnolers feU ftlO
... .... ' i . ; I
JL town of SirfisbiJiy, un the 1st of January
next, for the lerro of one year, from
St.l jcould fiud ho relief from the advice of sev-
r4pbyrpjsj loir from medicines of any kind
iflfafte8dlcoinmenced using Dr Evans'
3batham Rtreet, r .id from that
tii amend, and feels satisfied if
Terms! bade known jon' the day cf hirr
R.' W LONG, Guardian.
Pee. 13,1339 3w2 i jl
tp4 icrje: ffei
sp thdlrJiof ihe above, by calling at Mrs
4iot)' diugblet's Store, S89 Grand street,
medicine a few days longer,
cured. Reference can be had
MOST respectfully adopt
sSwM th. tr friends and I the' public
First, rate Nortiirrk
men in tJii
i'flEBEARTHE APE; AND THE PIG
A bear, whosr dancing helped to gatin
; "1 !HU own apd owner's livelihood, ;
Aod whose success had made him tain
Asaoytt-maitre; stood ! 4J1
': Upon his hinder legs to tryC r .'!..
f 1- ; The fignrejof a new quadrille, i
When, seeing that ao ape was nigh,
, r - m if 10 s sat 1 . , ,
And eii me now tou like:1 be cried. "
' My"daQciWt for Itajtlvrays glad
:To heat theLfroth. "The ape replied, .
r I really tliink it very bad. ;j.
' Tis plainjepoogh rejoined the bear,
: ' That envjjr makes you censure so ; v
For have I nrt a graceful air, '
; p A slender hape and limber loe P - -
"But here a tasteless pig began I
" V Tog'ont applause, and said, ' I ow
I never met, q brute or man,
With one who danced so well as lhoa.
Tbe bear oh Jiearing this, became f i
';!; Sedate and; pensive for a while ; I
And then, asm abashed with shame,
- j ' He answered in submissive style4- !
The agile ape's rebuke might be,
Perhaps, ifiaputed to' his spleen, f
But, since the pig commends. I see l'' !
j How bad my dancing must have been.'
Let every author think on bi8; ! f
And hold tie maxim for .rule
The worst (hat can befall him is li
ation of a fool.
THE ltJyiCAL ASSV
The fable wheh f now present
Occurred to me by accident.'
A stupid ass this morning went
Into a field by accident,
And cropped ibis food and was content
Until be spied by accident, 4,
A flute, which some oblivious gent f
Had left behind by accident; Ii
When, sniffing it with eager scent,!
He breathed bn it bv accident. I fi
And made the holluw instrument
Emit a sound by accident : 1
" Hurrah, horrah, exclaimed the bfate,
How cleverly lplay the flute."
A fool in spite of nature's bent,
. May shine fo once by accident.
f , - J .. .... . t
ll, 4. .f v
i4 tr, u st ii t s ( 1 ,
1L Wwn4 I4w!f n u i
hnebjtS'V. jt,.rt 4 wi t. 1 .
t iciht Le iss.it t t4 .v
Wub th j.rui t. .
Of dclcet ympt.oms arj , : iS)
Built like a temple
2'1'2-xis furniture mtght hive t f
tbeio, and soft couches and laxun.
- a ... a
apreaa, oy uansis unseen ; and nu?i
J I I Jl , . .
uac9 ucu umuocacu Eiueinto tnree Dirtl.
ham, shoulder and middlto? ; trifr. the iotots
smooth, then to each ' hani or shouldtr, put.
tea. s pooniui ct silt petre, rub tt on the
flesh side, then salt t it well with coomoo
salt, made pretty fine, and pack it away in
casks or m bulk s in week or ten dais ! labrict f nature's weavit . rather 1)
overnaui it. arranje the salt ou toe meat a- j ai purpie, might have been sent to t
ffaini and if nereiuarr sriri mnrn ft'ali and 1 sp ,a those Elvsian palaces. I'
it awar acram in 1 Ar 1 itr UV& fi I imagine you ate saving: fortunatp
0 -. T . .. . , . . . . . I Kaa n IIia sft. MAft.JtJ t ai
r- " i , "8 T H where then, tell me, bad been hut
it a brown eolor, and let it remain hanatdr t .. . , u
- , - - r o - o 1 iw3iai-iufo, ian-uce friur, neroism
uuiu wi iscuju uwnei . v- i u ni on labor with one Wow from
II ,1 ran have hogs of about a: year old. 1 and mankind had sunk 10 a crowd cf A
f L a ' " 'a -""'' ' 11 " . 1 . 1 . ""V. -. r -..
wun sruau oone wen covered with meat and upioartesi tt had not been t:.:
fat. managed as abwe.'Whether the -moon I Better that the -arih b given to man
be old or new or the wind htnw fmm i mase, whereupon lo labor. Better ih-i
north or south when they are killed. I have un2hly materia is be provided in 1 1
' J inn n IMS Irtrcakr rn liim f.taM ,n 1 i
vuuuucucr uiai i snail nave gooa uacon, ana -nA K0-nt -.. , 1,.., .k-
mat 11 win not waste mucn m rooKing. j bettet than tbe thine themselves : i
UA v iu " ni 1 Hi j I laborer is greater and more worthy tl
JVcicby's Bridge, Jt.Q. 9A rhonf A 26,4839. der. ,
1 can upon 1 nose wncm 1 arfm t
foi the nobility of labor. It is lLaw.
ordinance for human improvement. L
great urdidance be broken down.
. Wnat do I Say ? - It is brokrn
has been broken down for aes. Let
From the Common Schoid Assistant.
. - - bul, airain here, if anv where, on tfo
oe auou, to an unsKtiiui DiarKsmtUi, Jtiatia of t oevr WOrld-of a oewbivilizitrn
penny or iwo mtcnte saveai tie would it mav be asked. ii tVbntHn rf.i
not, for he sas, ' the nail may be driven 1 man toil, it may be said ?-iTl.ey nu i
ilito the. foot so as to make it lame, ami 1 1 bat they tut generally do it because 1!
should lose my Thorse. No, I had rather! rMany submit to it as in some sort, a
pay a few cents nrnre, than run the risk
pf losing my Charlie. . .
Two. teachers apply for the school in
his district. . I he one is ignorant. . but of
ding necessity j and ibey desire noitiinj
on earth as escapes from it. T hey )
great law of labor in the letter, but tu
the spirit. To some field tf labor,!
manuetj every idler should hasten, as a
fers to teach for $10 per month ; the other coveied fiield of improvement.
Harness Making Biisiiiess,
rfhnb F.; Kenny,. No 115 Lewis
IHE Sobscriber has abul two Ihoosand Very the? are prred to meet any orders wi n wnicn
fine MOftUS MULTICAULIS I HES they may bf favored in the above fli4fbf what
vet for sale, from 5 to S feet high, one half 'of ever extent! in the most satisfactory manner, ana
which he is! Willing.- to sell payablf in jUoptMs; at anoriest 'riotice. !f !
to be delivered next summer : the other: fehalf They will keepconstantly on hand; a Jgood sup
cash, 1 r ii I hi ply of Saddles, Bridles, Manmgalal Cruppers.
Persons wishing to mate contracts will please I Carnage and bulky Harness ; am ltavtlang
I a 1 . . ilvui, U ilrvt i( 1 iinc sunn! aa ifin Sriavnrv
S abten and Houstob sis., afflic- lllanIIDir -siUm to his exoerience. begins!
ijr ihd vi'Mftt urn n t ia ini ok nir niirtsinr i i . . i i.-n r t n ...Ji .
:'Hie: v "v - -?- e - e 1 11 in KchriiAtv -niiK uufm n.wp's iromaverv
wt?i :u'- .i;i- i : I j tJtv ;. - - , t at
l.Wf -.rt.UIU ;UCiailOU. Uaill IJMIWUIt ,l,U'i.l..W;r lVrm. on alert K. noi S a
lU Aururau. UN9 ui apiuiv, udiuiiamui vi i : i l ,
,5 . i: -3!'ti 1 . E.- . . .. ? . . . 1 ti
1 h('iiriiJri,MirifR si.il dimnpsao! si?ht.eould
wortliltlhiislde. disturbed rest, uiter in-
o&lgagihV' . fn "any thing that demanded
Rur fetfariieis'Mne .imes a- visionary idea of
T l"iT,tu,J ol tier disease,, a w nimstcai aver-
; ill "1 f. WETMOREi
FayettevilfeJ: Dee. 20. 839.-7 2 1
irl10 ppHlai persons, and places, groundless
?ei$$f j bersonal danger and poverty,
nksiltriVhwca ttrtA WArini ,f life diennnten.
TOidis(iiiAuie;bnl every slight
rr T.t.-t:v .1- s -, 1 -
7tnt. liMHihpr with such other "lrUcii s as are
wnimuoly found in establishments! of the kind ;
all of which shall be executed tn a superior, style
of workmanship, "hey also carry on -tne
;. . - i ; " 1? - ft "St r !
I TAKKIXG BlJSmiflfcS,
the ad vantages of which will nabrethlm to gi ve
to those wrio mav be disposed to dealvi'itb ihein
in Saddles.! Harness. &.. stiberiorlbardains.
Aom the Jms Mountain Iron Company 1 cev W,M w'n,Ift0 l" keep on hand afarge and
'II n .-".I - I i. 1 -m m . .
M jMHE Subscribers have made; arrangements M3(lti(tS01)iC SUppiy CI f.efMlBlCr,
with tiei above Company,! for al regji
occasion, she supply of sdipefior Iron, which is I well iaad
liveishe wept, to Wagon arW Carriage work, Horse Shbenjg,
fided,1 and thought she led a &c
iiirftle litei never was one so bad, with
;. a- ' - '
tad the advice oi several eminent
-ti rt A aV i A a a a" f nn a c rktt o
L'ii!M,bulHH(!d nil obtain even temnorarv allevia
I'F fidJTesslng state, till her husband per-
i"r?f. w waKe iriaioi rav mooeoi treatment.
I NBi hbtvTfluhe ielieved. :- and: finds berselt
Plfl attending to her domestic af;
?ttbHf4 he enjoys as good health a(
rliTi?-Tnf M'oy period of her existence.
vhich will be sold on reasonable teinisJ
Dee. 6, 1839 rlml9
of variom kinds such as Sole mid Upper ;
k ; Calf Kid, Harness and Skttn;; y.
Which wi I be disposed of --n the rnost ifavorable
terms. All orders addressed to the jSphscr'bers
le, N. C, shall receive punctual at
"ftlTRS. S ID. PENDLETON, wbnld e
JjA spectfblly makeknuwn to her friends ihd
itje public thai, having removed, she may here
after be found at the house recently occupiedlby
Mr. iMichaeiiidrowD) as a residence, one duorpe
low .Mr. B s Store. She will eontinne tu carrv
JOSEPH W. STOCKTON
W. H MOWimAVit
Executors of tht Estate t E i:RamHur, dec.
Statesville. N. C. Nov, 8,- 839 1 3i2rri
- I- - -
" ! I -. ..... - t , ; ; ' a i' i
rlHE business men of5 Iredell are respect ful-
JL' ly .informed that Mr. J.
mmmrt 'of he - iforisaW Anne on le Millipers Business, and invites public at , , u T ' . Tt r k
1 iSlirrrtMfory- .t- . ... . L . t;jK,.r t i 1S4Q ! J sale oi DiahKs, Me has n
t.t ;in;i'r- irTu,si4tnaaT oi uecemoer. i -iw-u.jm-
IhkJmdm.. - - I ULFR. R. WLWHITINGTONJhving loca
Mravr CASE9FACUTE led n SalisWy, C:. offers his Professional
r:nt'rii-1lT'a . Auectton of the services to tbe citizens of Kuwan and theadjojn-
ini ai . n s a n v a . . j
.vw WM.....UI-aueei, iMew- He may
row mi hand land f will
continue toi keep a supply of every'desejiption.
PENDLETON & BRuNER.
1839 . - JMli I !
1I T "
where he is
Pfill S J,Tij. 13 Centre st.
U-'Wt$,W ,,,r- '?u J ith Dental Opeii ob.
1- I rp li " i -Ti '""' - oi ways
lrUlm the Isligh test motion, the toncue
jjjtfd I steely whiteness ; losof appetite,
be found at Col. LdifG's jHoTti,
to perform j any aod every
fHSjifjiw Head, the bowels commonly re
1 7 WlH&be '-unoe. high coloured.' and oftea
I l AX,blng ryf ere also attended with consid
alf e W wit vlbf breathin'ff-. with i a sense of
i r.f1?! Ibechest; likewisea great want
ffff0;irijibe nervo'is system.
fiSr--tf R" P'mis wer,e entirely; removed;
"f nlm vaff effected by Dr Wro Evans.
2CjP Exyptpations made without charge.
Materials and work warranted in
caties. ; Noseraber 8. 1 S39
W 1$ JarVis bein itnlir
feWN hal ,h stated' in the a
T?ft firi1? fbuUcribed br him, are in all
f ?W rad. ihtsjth .,f N...lmi.A. ifli!
ltaV L lOiarV I'uhl if 1K nic.
. .. : af " ai w a v mv
the following Agents.
if. ? . - SI- - I-
Stt7f e of wVirlli Carolina.
C ourf o picai anJ , Quarter : Sessions
j TERI&S OP Xy
The Watchman may hereafter b had for
two Dollars and Fill v Cent per year '
i A Chss of four new subscribers who wilt
pay in advance the whole" sum at one payment,
snail nave it he paper for one year itfXiwi' Dol
lars eacbJ and as long as the same class shall
continue thus to py io ; advance thf s.m of
Eight Dollars the same terms khall Icu'ntinue,
otherwise they will be charged as bthet Subscri
bers. .'! ', " ' ! A .-
1 Subscribers who dp not pay dnrtng the year
will oe charged three Uollars in all catfes
iio subscription will be received for Hess than
one year but by payment in advance
iNo paper, will r3 discontinued but at the p
Glecn StMyrnW'S, " I ' : I
l ' vs i) ji fOnginal Attachment let;
Wm, H. Hackett. S d on defendantV Lands, ttoo of tbei Editors, ooiess all arrearatres are
arm j J i . T . - s l . . db I rain un. ' -r i..- - , . -.. . . . i in .
. . J ill V . vj... . T1 . liacKe!V One Dollar per square for the first insertion
and ! weniy-nve Cents per square for each in
sertion afterwards -J ' f '.i-r tl 1 1
Court Notices will be charged 25 percent
uiuuci iuiiviug uuu laies. a oeoccnon o
to appear at; ou next Court, to W held for tne
uouuij ui (ics, ui iiuo juii nouse, lq
Wilkeisbomogh on the first monday after: the
fourih montiay of .laouaiy next, and answer; W
StlO'i-iPnnfei' fee 4
j 33 per ct. from the regular prices will: be made
or judgment fu;ill be entered against him, aa
too . ..fM. ra,UMf eoM 1 to those tba advertise by theear.f ii 5,
- v !, ft. m a . . : i : a .j w . i - k
i 3 itness, ijm.. J3aastiq, cierK oyrsa douri No adve(rusement will b sehel for less
n umce, inejisi.monaay alter ine jta'moooiy than one Vbuar.
uf t Oolobef W9.V f '4 "'-"k.. L f '' L fl I'Advertiseruen'ts'w
1 V At. iuAo I il, C-w c 0. j ii. I are received to stop
are revfocsir gtved.
ill be continued until orders
stop them, where DO dtrertiunf
Respected Friend J. Buel : I : have
many times heard the remark that pork kill
ed on the increase of tbe moon was better,
or would waste! less in cookins than that
killed on the jolq or decrease! the rpoon ;
and that cornj bans, peaSj &c. would grow
and yield better planted on the increase, and
potatoes, turnips," parsnips, &c. were best
planted on tbe decrease of the moon. These
things I have Usually disregarded in my
practice. ' r' r ; i!
In the tenth npmber of the ith volt me of
the Cultivator Calvin Butler states his ex-
is experienced, but asks $30 per nnonth.
The parents, meet and the;J 10 man . is
employed. That the young amid is a more
delicate thing to, handle thaa a horse's foot
is not perceived J and the child is much
niore easily ruined by vant of skill is nev
er dreamed of. , ! . I
' A farmer sits in his door and sees a stran
ger coming in through the gate. The trav
eller approaches and asks the farmer if lie
does not want to hire a hand. The farmer
But so he is not impelled to do under t!
iugsot our lmjerfoct civiltzttion On ti
trary he sits down; to fold his hands :
seshiuiSelf in idleness. This wav of ti.
is the heritage of the absurd and uhj ,.'.
system under which serfs labored, an!
iuen spent: their, lives in fighting ari I
ti is time that this opprobrium ot ttij v, i
Ashamed to toil art thou ? Ashan- .1
dirty woikshop and dusty labor fi U ;
hard bano, scarred wiih Service, more
n,er Vp if I ran . . , man main war-oi my sonea ana eati
T?7u u . ,ii ii ' 7"T l ed garments oh which mother of nature
Ann-then he mita thi Inllnu'iiiT nnplmn I . . . ... . . M
--T.t 7-- -i-- i oroiuereo omrisun and ratn, nre and u
to the stranger., bap you drive a team f mn heraldic honors ? Ashamed of .f
m WV At Mknilln 2 aO & m aft ... mm 9 9- jP-1 I I . . B ; . ,
vdii iuu viuic t yau vuu muw i Qi'. wi,. i no lines, and envious ol the nmntm t
He is catacbised most thoroughly. imbecile idleness and vanity ? It i ir-
Immediately; after, another stranger askf I nature it isjoipiety to Heaven it i i
him if his school does not want to hire a I aven s great ordinance, loii, rej
teacher.'" j s The only question, which the
farmer asks is -'How much do you ask a
month, Sir? We ask the reader to re
mark the difference in the examination of i
the Two applicants.
Again, the parent will either work with
the hired man. or get bis s in lo do go, . to
prevent the labourer from slighting hu
wither of the brain, of the heart or cl
is tbe only true nobility.
PROCEEDINGS OF DOWNGV
v REPORT KUMBE& lit.
work, or from wasting a tmuneiu's time.
... ; , December C, 1
The Convention' met according - to t
ment. Mr. Clayborn, o( Ky.; niov. l il
convention nuto proceed lo choice of Pre '
but directly correcting himself, and
perience in regard to pork, and on speak
ing of tbe subject among some of my rieigb-l
Or he will get his neighbor lo peep over
the fence occasionally, to see that the hired
man ones not sit uown on the plough too
often hut the same Watchful patent will put he said io conform lo hcal usages
j man over his children in the. school house, j word " Jllodaator ;u this was '-wcor
a . . a v ai a- . - t-
nana never goes near Inm for years ! ! r or
the-abof.e facts I have never been able to
2ndly. Parents wilt labor hard all their
lives to give their children a stari' in the
bors, one observed, he did Hot' care about
the moon if the wind blew from the South at
the time, his meat would not shrink in;cook-
world, as it is called. But setting a young
Hon. Mr Bumphard-of Viririnisr, ar. i
unanimously, and the members f r r q
prepare their ballMs. Thete being n. I "
athand. MrSovthalt puinted to the I A...
cockUt hat, which was objecied toby Mr.
son. but the qaetion being taken, , if.- ;
ing. . Another said if his pigs weie litter-
ed bn the increase of the! mtfn, it was of
no consequence to mm aoout tne moon or
wind when he killed them.";! f
j ' 5 j. ,; I
Among my bogs intended for my own u:e
the present seasojn, were two! of the j same
litlerj so near alike in color, shape, size and
fatness, that it was not easv.to see any dif
ference. I therefore determined to trv the
matter to my owrj salisfacti'onij According
ly, on the 28th of th6 12ih month, two or
three days before the i full moon, one of
them was killed! with the rest ol tn? Jhogsi
which , weighed 103 pounds, I was cut up in
the usual manner, marked No. 1, and Salted
away. Two weeks afterwards the other was
killed, weighing 118 poond. wis cut up
and salted as ihe other and matked No, 2
About two months afterwards a ham, No. 1
weighing 1 li po inds was hoile l whole ex
cept the shank; which lost three ounce?; lit shall set in blood.
Iman afloai with money left him, is like ty-
fing bladders under the aims of one who
jcannot swim. Ten chances to one that he
will Irse his bladders and go to the bottom.
Teach him lo swim, and he will never need
Ithe bladders. Give a child a sound educa
tion and you hav then given him a 'stait1
fthat will ensure happiness and victory in
A god education is a young man's best
Icapital, was truly and beautifully said by
jM'S Sedgwick. .And farmers listen to
Got. Everett, for he has spoken tlte fo!l w
jir.g : '
Husbandmen, sow the seed of instruc
tion ;in your sons and daughters' minds.
llt will grow up and bear fruit though the
driving storms scatter the blossoms. Plant
jthe germ of truthTtn the infant understand
ing of your ciuldrer save stmt spare
crap.e do ar y thing but steal in order to
nourish that growth; and it is little to say
thai it will flourish when your grave stones.
:crumble37into dust, shall mingle with the
fdnst they covered : it will flourish when
jthe overarching heaven shall pass away like
in .-rnll. and the eternal sun which lightens
.., - -- n
two weeks after that, a ham, No. 2. weigh
ing 13 pounds, wasboiledTas the first, which
four ounces in cooking.; About the
If a blacksmith should put up the sign
watches mended rVbeap would you take
loor goldJever to him ? If you should,
Ihe qoack, having heard, that the silver-
first of the summer, the' other ham, If o. Si ikrniih rubbed and pinched, and hammered
was boiled and lost four ounces ; thejoiher jihe watch, would do the same. But would
No. 1 was used without knowing when, kjourlwatcA kep lime So with the cheap
consequently without weiring.' Sincpihal teacher, he t kcs the children, and rubs,
time two of the midlings have been used io. Jhnd pinches and ham mi them but dothey
my famtlyi alternately foiling piece f one l iMn fiwef '
and then the otbtfr I have notrneither hasj j ll parent coulrPstand on the shore of
my tamily been able to discover any diner! ie Atlantic, nd vitt one blow knockout
ence jin the shrinking of the meat : ii was . ll the liijht houses, woold he nu& be hr
evident that tbellkst killed for 'j It. the ship recks made du
and f there was any difference in the flavoi r ring the daikness ? And if the parent
of the meat it certainly j was in favor of that ! Should through avarice or negligence, with
last' killed. I . V i : f j ! holds from hts child tte light of tiuth, is
1 ratfy here rematk that in North Carolina j he not responsible for the crimes he com
ft w t - i a? a . t . i . . . ' ! l !
liaV prevailedi and was put tn ix.sifi .
ceive the balIoislhe members id vat. t ;
each depositing therein his ballot. Ti
Messrs. Sliveralt of Arkansas, and Mr,
niiili of Rhode Island, then commenr
count, which resulted as follows cf bl
bers present, all voting i
Joshua Downing received
Ezra Gleasuu ' 1
Bi-nk, -u '
and Virginia, hogs designed to make bacon
for pur fami'ies' pse. are preferred that will
weigh' 1 Oil to 1 50 pounds each, consequent
ly the gieatcr number of hogs when killed, J
On the announcement of thi vote, a 1
the singers' gallery: screached out and f .
and then went intH fits, and great n ie 'a:: :
fusion ensued iberej whilst another loo!n
the frimi rail called out at the lop fl I ;
to Mr. Uleaton, to hurry up, as his v. .:
flew t.ff the handle and taking nn tn si t
and then wanted 'lo know., if -anybody i
"ssence of .tansy or wintergreen, or i!e U .
The noise outside, however, was of a t!
order. The vote had got out doors in a i v
ling cheer alter cheer tolhmtd in qi.h k
cesmn ; the shout of Old 76 forevkii
responded m o.he discharge of a filJ
which he Downing party hid prepared I
the bushes near the meeting house, and j
uproar ?. was made outside, was, I am t ' ',
equalled by that when Gen. Jacks-i. i i
his visit there. .
Q'liet being restored inside Joshua D
E-q , was leri up to tbe Chair by the lit-.
tcr Snvg, f Massachusetts, and Col. C
Pickit of Alabama, apd delivered thn Ll.
adprkss, (parity extempore ani partly f ;
Fellow Citizens'-This very ones pectt J
or has put me quite in a twitter ; and if it r
ben i hat it was j'st possible in the i .'
things, I might a ben totally cnprepartd !
out 1 am one of them kind of folks wtrst
go far Irem home without a riamberill ar, J
ver coat for bad weather, and a do r.ui' ir.
pocket in case he gets on a wroug road t. i
fHere he took from his nnclet a small f
p.per, Hhieu evidently indicated thai the
thy Mtnierator had not been without Sums i
of success, and taking off his spectacles ar.
ing them a gVd rabbir jr, procfcd.-if )
It expected Fellow Citizens of the D t '
tc Convention. -Being selected lo ilr c:
".iishe. iot vf Moderator, 1 feel n,y-t H
on to ihank you foi the ho-ror oo hate
Li 1 . -, - ;
F The Went, that at any rate, procures j knowing, as yoa alVtou that n c
t .:-.. .. . . ' .J Ar. mn tli,l i.l mil I I MiV
his child a-good mmd, wtil principled -ana . - . -'
... ...... , j -
...it v..i-j ii ita mns imrifisi0ie tt:
ribs from the back Lone, with an axe, split
lire hog operr) take out the back bono and
emnered, makes a better urchase for him,,
does) not exceed the latter weight - J. Our ban to lay out the money to enlarge liJr ny can i,gin office, without sci;
method of curing bacon is, R after the i hogs farm. : j i ! the squint eyedt folks to work at fiadn
are cold, take o0 the head and separate the -Spare the child in nick nacks, toys and anT ,andedfihe3ns. as they call i-..i
lav things, in silks and ribbons, as much ' used io giuing ms I woojd like to tiy
is you ! please f be not sparing in hi edu words ol cootfoii io acy;auiappyiuea