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d'page in the volume ! Vol. 3 commences January
"lt 1843. H to Wfpeyndul Wood Rnrmrim;
, ' cen Month.
r This unrivalled Kuiiiily. Mugu.ii., , ar.iveMaiiy nc
ualf. re J bV ihe rrew na the , Amneon I erio.n- i
r published, offer at the, commencement of ihe3if vol-
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will hereafter be entirely Ameruf.n, m-ittuytg nmrut,..
lews, American Pom...., Aiii-ri.:aii i a,, oa,-. .cu,.
ketches. A series oTD.-r.-.v.nirs trom u.e i .,,....!
i n,r in vi if .nun prep.) r non , nnd.th tacile
neiloflhe'iniiniiaWe IMftbKY i now actively en- ;
rti in enrjch.o' IIoMen with dm 1 oruaitsol the Pub- j
Men ol America
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Keep a ctjfxk cpon- all tour
Do this, and Liberty ;s safe.
Gen' I. Harrison.
NEW SERIES, ;
VOLU.TO V, NUMBERS.
An Irili Foreman in 4 ;.;
Gufhy ! my lord."
The I" re man I'fiJ.t Jury tie
nouueed lUe verdict ; the gia e
SALISBURY, N.- C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 23, IS 18.
THE PATENT OFFICE ROBBER V.
The rubbery of rrotert v. valued at somn
A SEASONABLE STOKY.
1 lit- following slory revived is loo good.
JV- I'ortrait of d,tiniiuiShed ! This mammoth picterfcl sheet has just been sent , S V ' "ie I,,r 'a v '" clo you 7" i 'l' "'COnte i topic Ol COIIN or:uion.
'iJ,'i..n I)iinen will h'- contjfiued in every. No.. a yi,w n.,i,ii,Kl,r. VilA r. r v... v . , f sas : tlow it was uccomzniMlftl so succe;!ul
WATCHMAN, j f!:iPn:, w'o raiied.hu uie,.tioK without &u
- - ; twUun of pHrty it was all u.eanf for (liuvra
Snlishnrv. tiipsilhr!' VnvfmWf 91 KIQ : itass, ih Democratic caiululate hiu! it's m,
j , i.un -r, , , l.vonl,, ,1 .1 .1 I I 1 L . . t. I . .1 . . . "
fty iiMuaom i,r a Hhi.r to come here and '"r,i4. iioumihiuuii.u uo. nnw to ! priced lv at T - prrsmt tirnp;
ian for Christina. 1 "'''P'- m tl.u way. i 'll i "icni wmoc cunesiuty tngtii me Lscd I n I'olsliCtan. W Xvr Brtih
was in a dilapidated condition out at lh-
& Co. of New York. It is ! " , . r " " as aceom,iMMir(j mccvui eioou.s. qui at th. knees, out ol pocket
among oil tty former pictorials of Brother n ""' . ' sa's ,; Jou are no , J fU xceeuin-iy mS!enoiiS. i wo and out ol sn.rtts. aiid out iu the street-.
.!.. 1 LemOCrat til art in ll:!s VV!'tr1imn .. I .. ,,;it.!lr I . : ii
",". ir uniiriniiiiiii, iiic iiijuii titi uiji rinu uuut in I'Vi-ry fe'ieCl. 1 1
-llin:tll.t-.yf.l.n.l . 1" .-.I I .
. .v-v. ,cmu w; s ujc ,?mui nn tits empioyeu on tne ikst ii(jtr ol I lie ratcut sa: on tt:e curl
iace uiriicd blacker ihaii it w
he, " I'd Lave you know
JJemorrat as")uii are
, V n ' al whose duiv it is lo swe ep out, the se-
liied a JJfinocrat aru I mean to vc a:id die j i . . -, , . ', ,
a nomor,-,! L- t T V t 1 T i j V Curid 'o,)r ol UI U 111, W iiTe the s!
a uemoci.it. but L go for old Ro!if;!i and lieady, .,n; 1 i . i ti
! ....ii ,. i rr , - Ien articles were enosstn - 1 hcv ;ir
' . r. ija iiir w 1 1 1 1 1 ptiiiii ii in'i fi if I f ill I m iitii!i mui r - - " in iv iiiiutui - iii.l i.iitiwiii :i n I I I im .r.ji.-. .. m i -
. i, . ... . . .. . --- - VUIIIIJ I . x
jnf ifor for the trifle ol Owe Dollar, who vwll not wish to lJ"ze(i in song.siory and Picture, liut we have not room out ain f.r nine cheers lor old RoiKdi ind
JrWrit? . ; to ..peak of one half the drolleries of iliisstundous pic- . dv ; aiiddl.t? way tlVv roared l':cn. not ..
caution. I see it was im use talking aloiit
hrr tufore, wifh lile-like Midcui ol iheir lives and mm
litry Kah Wl" oe tinea viltt 1 alef, roetns. rs
uy' Reviews, 'Sketrhe Tlar,s!;iUo:n, Topics of the
Month, una. will embrace ever) initio Ainuin. Instruc
(jTfind Ilead.lhle now in progress in the woil.l.
V r atnily .Iai?37.ine, tne h.liior contMent.tiiaf no
jfjj'jy c'I, c,.Ofc opposition U-.'.s'ti i i - viiiue and worth,
jnJ howlers it to llie wriil.a, in pone, eiiaiarter, ntera-
r rfirrit.-aiiu uui-'raiive l enuty, fie Moaei Magazine :
. i.l........,,., ii
u llie h't'eiern mar mui j
Jonathan. I he rreat feiifure is Th
KicJe, n heantiiul and life-like picture, so jarjp that it
runs across the whole brdadside. or two of ih ;tnmnc
pages of the paper. -'The Cotter's Saturday . Niht "
and theCliristmas Kissiiu' Party," are also two fine iarc
engravincs of merit. Jcob Snitch and his DoVTom
Brown of Shirt-Tail Benkl George Washington Dixon
j stone, leaning his head
iti circle : tor when s.n h a periodical can be obtained ""and w'me r celebrajted personages are here immor
IV erral feature of Hold en -m, thai , while l.eing pe- feirial, nor is there need J
it was hefore and says Office, and yet riot one of these puanlians upon his hands, his ellum l.eing placed
, sir, I'm as j;oud a knew anything :,'of the rohhery until inlor- upon a sMppinj: s!i.tie. .Mr. Pru! had
ly father and mother r nied of it in the morniti- hy the iudividu- for sor.ie tnr.e h en si!, n . ahsorhed in
!y tbtlied on their scat :.:,! i
dov.n ; a rj'iick t-hlverin ra- :'
nn of iojd', and then vi .
I'ien 'm yeiU of rae ; n!j in V
w ere ;.i;:!atej hut th .d. ;.? I '
The yiizs took anotliT 'St.r!; . ;
tied i i hi with n l.er.tv :
piMoro-r. ,. !iT,ct.d uNr. it , ;
in nhl'-ned ma nr..u:;d l.'n.j, :.
d.r.rd th jude vriih evr.
The FTf inarVrrin'dfd in t!
hn l Le.il ff l5h revenue, i.
'riiirh "'l ai'tl ierrin
A l.eo-.ked (iroiii.. he fc.iv.- ,.
iu a thoiMin l ry. wlii. j; !.:. ! ..
h.tn in watninz at h- li .urw!
.l dr'j,jM-d iii'n l.U hjiidii.
ij.iiu, tor !. n- thit "uii.ic .
r were fileii. ejion l.L.i
t'ii i.er at the fr.
deep thought, whicli he relieved at ir.ter-
vals hy spirting through hisleel'li, fotlorn-
At h ngilj. heaving a
;e;iiil tin u i I V CIV
'1r!yAiiifliicau iii8enUu1e.1tai.If. eJe1S4.(tu;..l.!and. :.!,,., , ,9 L - r "
" - i fl id,. Ii.-f. ii r i..u of it,.. I"r..,w.l, T ,!,!, .,,,1 vr '-"HV. or en lor one aoii
merican n-rioiHcai. wn;e ne( ariuig tiwir ihIiH's ; ' "
titrl. A cfunbinatioii of the Cncyclopeilia, llie loizei- not want a copy ?
,,r'the Q'.lT-lterly keview, nlnl the Weekly Aew.spa-.
prf, it-is y'l sefntlite and distinct fiotn all, pos-iessniii
fiitt;h of their varioui iaa!ifi"it-ions to commend itself
ioVtrty reader. ,
tr, what the I'res ki i;f 1 1"!.ien :
' $' 'jjtje liditiii'i table h very rich and nmusiing in
vmir reacts e'l'ial to to il ol u.e Wmckcruucker. v.
lltil.leiA Dollar Mga.uie for September h nn f xcel-
Irtlt'nuniiKir. I In- Iiirtary -oitt'iiH are v.irw.i .ana in
t'rreitinj; Hhr skeii Iim of li'nu Ami-ncati l'oet ;u
Ihvines cannot fail ol giving the work a very popular
.haractef. The r.dtlur'4 lab.e n lively an. I puj i m: . aiul
!ie JxKk "notices c ipiou and .candid We uudei-iaiid
i He Circulation ol iIih -Magin'e i rnpiilly increasing.
IfwUire'Creelif, uf tir A'. I'. Tn'miii- !
1lddrn' lhtllr 'liiiiH sine --The Sepinii'if-r immiImt
dm wik h.Tteen rec--iied an I to -Miplv say that it
;a laluaiile puji!iciiiiiiii, would n domg juuice to iis
inert' " ' "I M liZ iioi ", arm inusi j-ooii
ime it place at the l-d ol the, I .iierary rress. Demo-
rt'iU Vtluomt'iitnj, .V. V.
U'lllleii'n Ihllur .hi'4'i 'inrt 1 lie August No f this
titer) nig jo'itnal is now upon our 'alile. In glancing over
s it can be bought of the pub-
the city, papers. Who does I O !.
WhigS an;! Deiriociu!
:, I T.iust try some other
ly mro the gutler
..iv.... . . . . . i . . II
pi l!lv -
W :.li (
int vour trust u
and I havn't. None of Vm ever
;o borrow money of tne, ;knd I
The attention of the
pectus of Holden's Dollar
public is directed to the pros
Magazine. It is a work of in
terest, being filled with articles from montli to month-,'
Well calculated to instruc the reader. The November
number is now before us, and we ran say without fear,
maintains its former well earned character for beauty of
workmanship, ns well as be judgment displayed in the
selection of its articles.
reived, and fi led.as usua
a 1 1 ir'es To the ladies i
work on account of I lie f
TT The Union Magnxtn for this'monrh has been re-
, with instructive and amusing
is an almost indispensable
ite of fashions which each No.
remains James L. I)e (iiraw.,140 street. Asenr. N-.-w
York. Tri 3 per annjum.
S 1 cruised round on "the free soil territory
and got up meetings, and preached uj) the Wil
mot Proviso hoi and heavy ; and told ;em Ciiti
eral C-as would go for it with all his might to
the day of his death. Then j thought L "would
et 'em on the hip in a way they roiildn': help
giving me a rouinr hun t,Vo called out "three
cheers for free soil and (Jiiietal Cass !'" Well.
three cheers, come as qui. k and as true as Pad
dys echo, for it was. Three cheers for free
soil and Ciiin'ral Taor !" .'
I' begun to think the only chance for us was
to 1 1 y to' carry the South. So I wheeled about
and turned about and jtimp'd Jim Ciow, in the
.-lave .Stales. I loul 'em ll.ey m is' stir around
and ee.-i (mjal (. ass or the. whole -slaveiy
ot row nothing
I'mmj the National' Intelligencer.
MA.I. DOWNING DISCOU RA(iED.
enclosed in a class case about three l' t
long, which case was enclosed in a still
larger case. In reaching the -valuables
the robbers wen; compelled to break two
panes of glass ; and. as it is probable the never sec any of them to b
instrument they used was a hammer, it of them. Piinces! pooh!, put not your
seems astonishing that the watchman did trust in politicianc rs ! Them's mv venti-
not hear the noise which mu-t have been mes.ts. There's no two mediums about
made hy the hammering. The keeper in- that. IIa,v'nt linen serving mv country
lorms'us that the rohU-i - could not have like a patriot for this live yeais t: i j ir b
hee'n'secieted within the building proviou.s rneetitigs; !a;zzaingmy day limb's on ..u,d
to the time of closing, -whence we are getting blue as hhtzes ; hav'ut 1 biokm
compelled to conclude, tht they must have windows, got licked iil'teen times, canied
entered by means of fa-Is e keys. If such I don't know how many black eyes and
was the case, then how is it that the broken noses for the good of the common
watchmen, who pretend to have their sta- wealth, and the purity of legal rights and
tions on the lirst Hour, did not see the rob- for what ? Why for 'nix j
hers when they entered ? "If any good has come out of it. the
Some of the articles just stolen ft om the country has put the whole in her pocket,
same olliee only about five years ago ; swindled me out of m earnings. 1 can't
bus':i;e; would be upset ; hut ifihey would only uut- u"ing to a bargain made by the Gov- get no ofiice. Republics are ungrateful ! xv officer. Ahnot tm
elect him they might feel safe. Corhey had his Tnment with the robbers, they were all 1 don't want any rewaul for my services! v without manin" it.
letters to show that he was m favor of uphold- restored. 1 only want to be took good care ol, and
ing slavery all weathers, and nf earning it into We take from the Clipper the following have. nothing to do. Being taken good'
every territory we coiml lay our hands on. particulars and surmises : cure ot was the mam thing. Republics
'Tr:"; Prh'afc R(lrt todays K. Polk, President of h a!I avvered .me very coolly, that they The articles above enumerated were is ungrateful, I'm sw, gg, d if they amt !
Sr.rtk-le, ire allot' ntiigl, ordcr-faf surpassing any America and his Vnl of Mexico and wonld ,,ao tll,JCn ralher tri.-t a straight forward Sou
hadnl give tp one
Tk i. nun Am
Dear Colonel : I
all over the lot for two or th
.and.liglil. for our X inl
and as t spose. you a
t dow n and make
mo i)i o r y sy tn pt ni us,
comes, ju may be
not feel so bad. A
around the lot, s'orm
and sometimes by tl
Ithk" dtet appears nn " ' JrahaiuV," or-'"(iody' Lady's
B.uk." The typography ol tbe.No. lefore is most ex- ;
crllrnty'ieing in. wliiteness of paper and clearness -and j
! distinct ties td type, witli uiiy similar work publislied in
the I'ni'etl Stales. UviiiUiean, Jaekmn, Term. j
' tloldtri Pnllnr Magazine is'lhe most interesting pro
i!urtMn'f popular literature lhat'we know. The price.
us its nntiie impitets-is but one dollar u year, am! we re-
romiiifJ v' r liody lofubscribe for it. Adreilwrr, Lo-
trrll..Vtif. , ' i 1
" We U-lieve there is no other pet iodical published in
. America that contains so much choice reading matter,
I m such fxcellenl engravings, loriso ht tie money." Star,
JhtUHlnn. Jefas ... , x
Qvrrthfe.e ihoijaaud five hundred similar notices have
ken received; hut these suliice.
IHeonjeci otitic, i .(iitcjr nasjieen to give a nree noi-
ur M'lS'isine for our lird d ire, and a glance at Mold- j
e-n'f illshow the resullf Now, tie onlyj asks llie support ;
t:t'ie fonvinumty. uiM in return Win give improvements ;
a they ire demanded ! i
Sow is" the tune li-iidiscribe, ;is tbise fending first will
te& ive the .'first impiisioim of the engravings Hf' No's. :
can U' fiimi-lieil from July 1 H W, if w ished by whbscribers 1
lliiil month roriiirienciriK ihe itifviorr? vohmiei. !
. ' Tenn.J'ur Is 111 ( Ad rd uce ) i
. I rpy ..One Year, $1 00 :
copies, ,.' , " 4 00
i'D copies, " 15 00 '
Piemiutn .'-n'I'osliiia'Mers.or o''.- - -
nn3 I.j ilollar. will reeeive Vol :! ! M
ine, liand-otneiy bound in mtlnlui e;.'. , .-edged! Ad-
I !res?, (pfttpaltb) 1 1'HAltLKS W. HOLDKN,
1 1 Hilt . i i....i V 1 "
iw;i .vitKsiin or i ret,. . i .
.' S." tMMorsopying the above prospectus and jhis
Wiee,anJ noticing the .Magazine ediioriii'iy , will be en
ta'llr J li the prond volume of Holden's Magazine Itand
Wiurly txun I in nmslitt and gilt edged, and in addition a
'-J.! i f i. iii ..i . .' . i . r it
hp r u ii inn ipntriii f ir v ir on i-iit ii 13'iiiit. til CMirnrt'
f.rrely, L.litorof jhe New York Tribune, drawn from make no lieaUway.
lifcby Durleif, and engTaVed by Kiohnrdson. The book ( the nomination at
Vili t willed to uch papers aboul die 15th of January, j yOU aM(J ,me, I -doiil
n .twill be ready, on the rccepnon ol a paper ron- , IJuren ujw; , d()i
tinning ihe dverusement aiKUnottce marReti. rn.ors , f . . .
i ...... ..j .i i iii i J;..- n. I democrat. I think
I 7 1 f UIIIJ rlliu IIIH it i it li m(finy, in i i- u ivvi.v t,i
' Mi27.ine eiich nvorith for the.comitig vear.
douhle case. the. elass rf whieh I love, mv country, and 1 wanted an ntliee.
a been President ot, the vholc of Mexico if he hm rnan' ;hal ,h,'' kn,,vv hai1 m ,ricks l,,0", had to be broken to reach them. For 1 didn't care what, so it was fat and easy.
, ooo, ,.M,i ,o .ros. a o,,ne,n man win, so,,. ,;.ar o(-ma-ing a nois,. tjw; robbers first I wanted lo take care ol my country, and
spread a piece; of pink blotting paper with I wanted my country !o take care of me,
gum arabic, and pasted it to the outer Head work is the trade I'm for, talking.
t-n-e f J.aih nn fthV t.oi-v hi,
e uM. ail us a ftint an I di-'a
eh ude.diy roi lodeput. h ,t l!
lui- touched his hfu!J r.
" Will vuu n t have a jr-;.i: .
Yes!' cried lh Fwii-;;.,:;
nu.-t have a piarJ !""
ile hurritj a way, ht'ca;: I.
to in t'i the sheritr e e.
Lile in the) tec' tid n'ht
sq ;adro:i of dragos rlaUrK .I
in King treit, and then ; ; r
stantly left the hullding an i i
Imr-e iit ihe very nud.lN i f -word
wa p..Un ; allUnrwiv
-wept lapidly f.irwarJ at a !
their tVl'-r. And io oi,e :k.
Two hours ipi'o k li.ling to.
the rentie i.f a foret, wh -e ;
-hul miI the feeble Jiglit of a
which h.td lililieito dnnvii i!,.
This ni"laiir!oly !aiLnes. f,;
siijK'isriti.iii feelings of the :.
g-:!.i r with a mysterious J! .'
.-nil air. il-iireid even t!
whi-pered lo the I'orrnjin.
How awful this i jj!en u',
the : rrs t" "
" That i n wind r tu er
said th-- Foreman briefly.
wave under the cli!l.f Cri 1 ;.
lialf of it.
Wires, Oct. 31. 1848
! thern prinrirdes ; and they leckoned, on tin
, ' h'le, ihey shimld g. for (jiueru Pay or. A
stumping il round ! , ', , . . , .. J
. . , i 1 a last chance I thought I would try to rouse, 'er
ice months, tioht " -mo i c i '
riean friend (Mineral Cas-
e very anxious and uneav
to know how it's cm ling out I thought I. would
out a private report and
send il on to you, giving you some of the pre.
so that when the aiterdap
ji liltle prepared for if, and
I said afioe, I've been all
times hv Ihe steamboats.
e railroads, and sometimes
by the telegraph, anjd when there was no other
way to-go, 1 looted it. And I'm -satisfied the
i' - ii.. use in mv ' i vi'til
Ibii ha iiii it's wax all thiow.
ei sure w shall get som e
1 be hanged if can te
li is un wil ti us aiu
any longer and M r.
ed away too. T'm
of ihe States, but 1
'ing X.H) names ( half a dozen at leas
.(.on, s .v.agri-
enough if it wasif t
stands pe-kily inth
stood in the way oft
As fr Mr. Van
up in old Pennsylvania. So I went to 'em and
tnld 'em iheir coal and iron was in. danger and
the only way lor Vm to save it was to elect
(iineral Cas, who would protect it, he was as
good a tat iff man as Henry Olay. At that,
every one oi 'em Quakers, and (ieiinaus, and
Dutchmen, and all put their lingers again the
lb.''t'i mv lino T-i 1 L' i i r i n r I . r
glass ; men wiin a Kniie, or piercer, tne
glass was broken by prjingit aroutul the
edges. The fragments adhered to the pa
per, and were thus silently removed. It
is evident that an effort was made to slide
back a portion of the outer case to gain
access to the treasure ; hut being uncess-
a. I iui, me inner muss wa HKewiso oroKen.
taritTlast lime, but wi didn't save, our coal and ' Thegold snufF box was fastened in such
iron by it ; so we have made up our minds to " a manner that its removal would pull a
try an honest man this time we are going for u-jIV, am cause an alarm of a b. 11, the
iifiiarv ;iv id-. i : k iit i .i ii
' .... ... i i i i i i i , o r no fiiiit n ito. rri i xir" . r rw , , .
.o,o uouo. li.nu m - jrom o:w ot-our puliscribers
the room ; but, as there were no watchmen
side of iheir nose and said. " Friend, we tried
ler. in th; bar-room, any where. I can talk
all day. only slopping tor meals, and wet
my whistle. Rut parties is all alike. I've
been on all sides, tried 'em, and 1 know
none of them gave me any thins, and I've
a great mind to knock oti. and call it a
half a day."-. C. iil.
We extract th following from a h tt r
A narrow tream of fire. .,
.-wilt sji-ik!es, ian into ihe t . .'
their h'-tM's IjiMiuf. A .it't .
winks iu-tant!y exjd .!rd. R
from t'.ieir mi.ist, h!s2i:.g p.!.--,
whirling shower i:f Ppilk. x b.
I:ied and leaped along th p
vi:h a sudileii terror, the l, r-
ma:iage.ib! and broke froza t'
sere ofdark, half nned m-n
i:-.g about in tli .mtlercd tr .
i w is restoied, the I'ore:mn !
f euvl riderless. The officer i
order to :!: - nc. ile
self ihe tr.u:,!e.
which ones. There aint a single State that I
should dare to bet ujpun alone, hut
till in the hmyp I -h
uld -till .-tick out -ironfffor
I see where all the dif
s day. You mav depend
lictihy is as plain
upon it we shotflcu elect (iineral Cass easy
or Giueral Taylor; hut he
e way, jest as much as he
le Mexicans at Bony Vista,
en if he stood agin us alone
we should ireiul hiin all to atoms : he couldn't'
t all especially after we got
Baltimore. Just between
t ihink much of Mr. Van
believe now he ever was a
.ing believe now. -I
By this time I was convinced that the game
was u). and it wus no u-e to tinnp it any lon
ger. We've got into the current where we
can't help ourselves and are going down over
the palls d Niagaia as fast as we can go and
I hope yon and all the rest of paity will be as
calm and composed and considerate as the Indian-was
thai went down over them awful fills
a great many years ngf. He tugged and pnih
ed his canoe against the current with ail his
might till he found there was no c!ui;e left,
and then he laid down his paddle, aixf took up
his bottle of mm, and -sot down quietly in ihe
bottom of the canoe, and lippeilthe hot lie to his
mouth and sol and di inked, aiid took the good
of it, till lie pitched head oXer heels down the
falls, and went out of sight forever.
Now, my last advice-"io you, dear Colonel and
The Foreman heard the
there, no good purpose was attained by
the arrangement. The robbers (it is sup
posed there wen two) went out at a win
dow, about twenty feet above the land
rng. A thick gimbb-t was found sticking
in the frame, to which the end of a rope
was sustained. On the sill a bottle of gum
arabic was discovered, and a colt, made
of rope, with a place lor the hand, and
heavy ends of lead. , 'Phis was the means
ol' defence a silent-instrument of death."
I have tried several kinds
lamps, but have ue cr been very well sat-
ishVd with them. 1 took a common
glass lamp, enlarged ihe vent hole and
made another one or. ,( io jtf then
as i a large
tool; apiece o! v. ;ie a- luge
knitting needle ben! up like the letter
LT. and put the ends of the wire through
the hob in the top of the lamp (each
side of the wiek) so as to reach the bot
tom of the lamp and come up about l an
of lard I-" irug! for relea !
A strong graj was upon e- h
ed with toiture as his was di.i
briers and thorns it) that ht. :;
oven when the sound of pr .
hind thern, they did not !ir !. ;.
i lie ir revenge was t;relet a- I
increased the sound idTthe
d r the cliff of Creej u D.d.:'..
til an :dai yawned fieneatli t1
THE BEST DOG POWER.
1 We saw a few days since at the Cabi
n t shop of Mr. Joseph Peekover, in this
to all our lVieuds apt! especially to dear old Mr. city, a most excellent application of dog
Richie is, to seLoovvn quiet and composed in power to the propulsion of machinery,
I fie bow
i i 1 I t r fti ri rt A i- Iwi I 1 iM'.-k II
.n. ..v.. ,, IjlllUC W.ll'-XV ll I I. f, l,,,.( ..f ti-.nl 1 o,ift ....,....,, U ...... I , I I . . I .. ' I. I' !. ... .! ' l' I t '
and 1 U Met two -to one he s on hi mab- .. .... . . ' . ,
wish the old (Jineral, dear
Head nod roue runlil tie here
r- - ...... .. - . . . . ...... i i . . . i. . .,
. .11 : . . I r - l :.. I
iiuiiii nun wi ci. iiiitcr i .y i
S O CT' iTl I IT I f I
bring hi hi into the traces I i ' e ro"
crib, and dfhk away at the bottle of the sub.
treasurytill the 4th of March when wo shall
all pitch i ver the lulls together, drinking our
pnonn, fin vrturnii i 1 i T ""i-
ClAll!. UP iUll Hi LiVIiULlA, Old Hickory, i hat's
' UOWAX COLWTV. ;- . ,n now to have the In
la rniiRv-Snrin- Term. . D.. 1848V whih. ; '.le didn't
'.. . " ... -.,ii!li.'l nii.' i. it ill.
WtLm 'Al. arid James ( livens, infants bv their Cuard- ' But as I said albrje 'Gineal Taylor is pesliUy
ix t,....l. "V nntiinui I" 1 1 . 1 1 i h k'onnoil v lnhii t in llie ivnv nil iivi'rilip foonti'V ' Pi r.;t T ibfyftirb'
Krnnejy,.-: ; ilell and wife, Mary C .siste'r of John 1 would figure round) in some of lire ?lropVVhi Secret of Living Easy. An Italian
..r.i i i i 1 i i- i.. i i.: " I - .' . r i.: i i . ... t .1 .1 L ...
w r.nzaiHMU ivenneuy. .vancy .u. ivem.eoy umi m r ()is,k.t!i r ,j)iuks
fiatnand, and Uooert Kennedy, an intant.
I remain vour dear friend,
M A J OR JACK DOWNING.
.I.i.tc k lkft1 frstnf f.ir f ii i c tliura rl Will lii nell
v i m-4 I I illO .i "MU JIWlll Dfl I IV -1 .v-
11 p ptaring to ie satistuction ot tne iourt. tnai ine ., , i .... . , . ,,. . . .
n ft. l i . . i" i..Q.- a 't" banket lor llie Whigs tiiat they 11 give it
Defends ntsare inhabitants id another Mate . It isoi- 1 ?' l
'kredlhatpuWirntiori be made for six sueress1Ve weeks np. Weill Cilbetj a ; palriKJ meeting Without
b the Carolina Watchmaa, that said defendants appear distinction of. party j; anyd T put it tf 'em strong
t tlie next Courta)! f.uitys to t.Miei,i lor tne vounty oi j,,r TJaiS al,, the JpiiistiluUon, and Caiilorny
forever. Thevfill listened and every little
if I can make r1nends hishop, , having struggled through great ,
Piwnn.on the 8lh Monday after ihe -Ith Monday in Sep-
ti-juber, ltiH.and answer the petitmn of plaintiffs, or
jadgment pro confesso, will by re nderiHi gainst them and
the petition be set fur bearing expartr, as to them.
. ! , A. II CALDWpLL.C. M. Ib
f.tiO rrintrrs fee 3 t52j.
V V V JMVo
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
August Term, I 48.
litrrbara Hunter and others,
Petition for sale of
' . . 'r. ' Ulaxe.
Crafoa, p. Hanter and others. )
3T' apiH-'Ofing; to tUn, nausfucuoin of die Court thai
Draxton p. fliinier, llenjanio Uikerand wife flan
h, Pavid Jones and wife llliza. and Nnthan Jones and
Wife Sarah, Defendants in this case, nre inhabitants of
Bother Slater j II i therefore ordered Ity Court, that
publication be-iilade for sijc werks in the Carolina Waich-
difiiculties without complaining, and met
with much opposition in thelischarge of
his functions, without ever betraying the
least impatience, an intimate friend of his,
who highly admired those virtues, which
he considered it impossible to imitate, one
day asked the prelate if he could tell him
the secret of being always at ease. "Yes,"
replied the old man, I can teach you my
secret, and will do so very readily. It
consists in nothing more than in making
great use of my eyes." His friend begged
him to explain. " Most willingly" said
the bishop. "In whatevrr state I am, I
Ch .Ipmlepee. It lVok me right oll my feet. I nrst Ot all tooK up in uenv.en. anu iniinie.
see ai once ihe hatile was all ajiu us there, and her that my principal business here, is to
while some tfiWw iitr Inn ra'd ami clapped ; and
thinks Irhe tide isj turning. I'm going to carry
this place all holler! Nv'higs and all. But when
I. g)tfth rough, aij o
and says he " Thi
lor." Thunder an
roar set me down f
haint hi-atd nothiu
d rusty faced farmer, away
and construction could be used to advan
tage wherever a small power is wanted,
ir consists of a latge wooden drum 11 feet
diameter and .15 inches wide, the axle of
the drum turning on friction' wheels in or
der lo lessen the friction. The dog was
placed inside the drum turning it by hi-
weight in the same manner that a squir
rel turns a wheel. By the power thus
pruduced Mr. Peekover drives two up
right saws lor curves, one small circular
saw and two turning lathes for wood,
but not all at once. He employs two
Newfoundland dogs, for this woi k and has
trained them for it admirably. 1'y a word
from his master the dog leaps from his
kennel in the yard, runs down into the
cellar and iumps into the wheel. Alter
top of the wick w hei e
w ire will be in t he b! ize
of th; lamp. This -eps the bird mel
ted neatly to the 'bo:om of the lamp
and burns finely, aiid all the extra cost
of ihe lamp is merely lor the win. Iron
wire would answer the purpose but it
is not so good a conductor of heat as
copper. If this is new or wotth pub
lishing, your subscribers are welcome to
it. The lard should be partially uu-lied
at least when the lamp is lir.-t lighted,
or it may not but n," Yours trulv. L. F. M.
Alhton. X. V.
NEW LUBRICATING OIL.
T I.I- .1 I I
K. l;)HOR. 1 ihko i;;c uoeriv to
i'orennn looked down tip. a tl.
of I he s,. .
Thev t.x,rd hint down o i n
and he did n-U ntlempt to rix,.
.0 a iiltle iiil;iuer. from him.
ped out liotii Uieir. nu'ni'er, r. r.
termiued vu-e,.to!J the Iu ;
Yo rliavc takti the 1' .:
h md .-h.ili o in the sea.
ihe peij ll 'fl W:d, illi'f you '.
idl our hlack-lovgne s:i I.
To :ii'.ri,ov. a 1n Iii-!ini".n r
and 'M -hill creep before !.
V are, Ili body ranrr.t 1;
.in ! ui'ir carea-- t'.iall ! "
I' the air, u'Uil it drops' a. 1
n h ling cra'. LM.k d r.v.i
au Duigh. The uaters be! j-
back in one come rl got up and looked round,
ree cheers for Zachary Tay-
.1k. KnnoR. I take the Itoerty to in
form you that a have discovered a;ul
nlied for letters patent for a nf.v
'for Lubricating lachinery. whicli i- far
superior to any thing heretofore ti-ed.
and I am manufacturing it at pi--enf.
In all the" tests thai have been m i h- on
Railroads and all kinds of machinery -a
has been found to last in many iii-tat.ee
and f!!e;iiire!ri a.
Y-u ciutiot lh lo prepue
am! .ti 1
in lie quietly
thouiihi i better i
sinwke ol it a-s "fast
rather bad abouL il
had made up their
I camion ! if there wasn't
r a liar. Why. Colonel, I
Hike it since the storming of
lake my escape under the get there' ; 1 then look down upon the
as possible.- At first I felt earth and call to mind the space I shall
; and then agin I thought I shortly occupy in it; I then look abroad
ought to have expe led it, for I know the Whigs jn0 ,H world, and observe what multi
had voted i hat General. Tayioi was a Whig and tudes there are, w ho, in all respects, have
minds io go I..I him. So I mnr r.,,4t. to be imhannv that, myself.
Thus I learn where true happiness is
laborious for the dog and producing less
pow er. By Mr. Peckover's plan the dogs
are not fastened anif "Sjm delighted at
the privilege of turniftgf -f:he' drum. At a
very trifling cost any farmer can employ
his dogs at churning, winnowing, pump
ing water, turning the grind stone, Aze.
A cure for hydrophobia has been tried
inaii.'printed iui Salisbury, that they .be an J appear be- ' streaked it off for a! st long Democratic district
tore the Jusiicea of our next Court ol t leas and (Juar for 1 tV,und our main dependence must be among , ii ..,,.' ;;,11;t ,,,1 .
rSes.oastoWKeld fir ,he County of Davie at the m,r uWj ;f fi , caet, a ma ' ' . hnw verv Ihl le $ve -lo V7-
Court House iii Mocksville on the 4th Monday in No- . .. . I. . r , and llOW er little leasotl 1 Ifae to re-
t next, and then and there plead, answer, or de- "H? Hhout distincj.on of parly.f.H. I was sure Wm:
murtqtha Uintiflift-iiiiion,or the same will be taken we should get up slich a rpar lor Cass that the
fro eon fe99 and heard, ex par tee as to the in. Whi,rs would le iljutnbfounded, and he pretty
1 'Wiukm. Caswell Harbin, t'lerk of our said Court at LL-.-lT i.. fill in with ns. Well, how do vou It is kasY TO mistake. Did you ever make
Office, the 4lhMndny in August A. D...181S.. : t,.Ji il ,.k ...ijL-e ? onee in vour life at least? Then
lv.,nl.-imrtun rimiru tliiu dnrr iV.f.av.( bv t('tl tltTieS ftS l()D2 ,'IS the tjest SMeirM Oil.
Ihe other, and so alternately through 'the and lean and do sell it about half th.-co-r
day. We noticed in our paper a few of the oil now us-.1. They are u-ing i'
weeks since the dog power which was on all the Printing Pie--es in this city,
exhibited at the Fair in this-cifv. In that 'nd is preferred to any oil they ever used,
case the dog was fastened by the neck to Knowing that you an plea . I to hear
a circular platform and m vde to work it of any new discovery, and as I con-ider
around, the operation bfing much more your valuable paper the hgan of Inven
tors. 1 have veiitui ii to intorm you ol it.
and if you wish a few gallons to try. on
our Press send me word and I will -j-:rl
it by Express.
Yours very respectfully. 1. S. Dr.t;v.
Heading Pit.. O A. 27 ih. 18 IS.
We should he glad torecrivc
men. Ed. Hci. Am.
The Fall Term of the Superior court
The !',ireniiu ua u .t a
trembled iu the court w!.e.i
down by the revrngefd !. !.
men, but now that dah-'"
him. be only p.sr
No ! fiooted th i.'.her
-hail r:ot f Yn h.t!j di- ft :
l.ec to-e vou will Know b;:
we li.oe d-'vi-fd fir i;i. V.
vo or bi i.o (Jiop i tiff i : :. "
Ii- tr.i ineirifi!. an:l o v. f -..
n i -er i!i ii long f par ? T;.
at ihi- ud. O.itf of ihera .-!.
tound iir nek ; l!.e sect :. 1
other end. and fcli4- '-K,r!y
length of ihe Mick. Your ! .
behind yotir bark, jnu !.!;
Iiru-i out with the; par. If
en i" it life, cling lo b '
:, gx as !oog n.0 lb i I gt iv -
Do o. and pndong your ! :.
lOMf-r him, rros l.i ferl in
the -p.r out and uiiy Goi '
A tui'l!.'' ,
Ti.ey did to and at d r
liiif.t w iud arorr ajd s u .g i
i iv it ii c c -.Mint? mxf Itiiwu'nr r-: lii.'l ffo ill 1 L l!lkfie I ' lb.' i
e-f;,., I, llKllirfft - ; - t .. Willi uuiliwiric BULtrsi w oi. nnuri, in v. . - - . .. .. . ,.
SPU 23.Mi-2l:6t-rrMler fee, $5 50 Cass-.old 'em what a great statesman and for the sake ot mercy na cnaiuy. "V New York, Pa., in consultation with Drs. inth.s town last week. Judge Pearson on nir ,,,n,jr,; ..a,!.:, '
' great warrior he wUs, and how he had prove.l , mm has been shunned and despised by tho-c , he bench. The criminal docket engaged, b'.unued ujr a if jruh.mg
r.TT ,ht' Y" l" WlUV Hl1 Wh n makt" b,S a.Ua,U!SU,Ce;.beCa"!ie v c le vVa ol K the attentien of the Court for the wee!:, to fh. hey ,.te ttdl
fV Ii A I 1 ir TlrTT7D 17 KM lllS i i ... i . i i .! i i. i... i i Kurt t.eir,? siranire stories resiectin; him iwrie rars oi n8e, y as omen oy a ui.i i p i i ,
r i..inu IV u m X Ult lauiliUiiw Hiio now ue-iio anneu no: w-n ..j o. e n - - - .Win Anrif Svmntnrno of hvrlrnnhobia the entire eXC USIon o L.IVH r)!isines. " ,
0 k.v hi. sword it. a paion ; anore than all that ' when after all they m.stook the man, ,r some, dog in April, fey mptomso hydrophoO a in one wlired fo Lm f-how :
,s ; . Jmt KoccUcq, Sinc the nomination aKJaltimorei he was he body else had who reported the . ale.. Men are appeared on the StU pf October, ins.ant. "C Dsl y-, h l.n,b, -1
?C0tNTilY rUOlirCK of all kinds, taken in k greatest Democrat in the conn, And now, apt to mistake-very apt indeed Sometimes The doctors ordered him to take two grams Sidbnry . tor lemur. 1 J' . h,d ,he f.ver? .How Still b
1 i Tyn.,ra for work done by g v8 , my friends, three cheers for Cass, Con- i they think they see evils where there really are Dover s powder every lour hours to drink shooting in thi cot nt . ,n S 1 lie w a wotJtJ ut h(. d;e. g i:
C Vn T PATTT -n smut ion and CalifW Well, they gin three ! none sometimes their prejuvlices carry away ; freely rubbed with equal parts of Gran- acquitted. He fled from tae fe.ate soua .i:.,. r cried iheir c'..:
ly KJlV. A. UUULiD, tj ii.i ikr. Lh I th.,crKt iho, n'ail ws ! their reason and sometimes men looks., much villes lotion and olive oil. Under this after the murder was cornmittcd. ano was u truii...-.!;.
i Sicily D Ise aoU Tallow Caadles.
I 1 VST frrxhti a large supply of fine Tallow CAN
i? A'.no. ju excehem article of Sicily Ma.
Ji or While Cooking WINE. mnnufaciured forcnok-
pirpoeaexf)ressty. BROWN x JAMES:
iiliiburjr, Oct. 12, 164S.
well drove and cletliehed. Then a blacksmith.
with-a smuttirDos and a leathern apron" on. t
. . i. . A.':.. . f . .IJ I
gets lip and SingS HHI, - nine ci.prrB i.ir oiu j
Roiigh and Ready " Aurn.y jingo h went iiKe
a hurrican full tujice as;1oud aiid three times
as many as dho chers for Cass. I had a good
mind to cut and rub andgive it all up; hut at
1 last r plucked wp cburage and faced the storm,
( I calted oht to ' the Wackmtthr and says V mj
III., niliiir mn that thf real sinner escanes and U Kiif littlf vav linn) onlv JirrfStC a ffVA IDOHtliS JllTt). whilst
another has U bear his uiiqutty. How much i jie commenced in ten hoursto show sy mp- on a visit here. Abraham, a slrfve, for
need have we of Chi isiian charity one towards ; tnmJ of amendment and has been cradu- killing Sum Walluc also a slave. He
another! Who will repeat a bad story, evcn aHy improving. Ho took eighty grains was convicted of Manslaughter, and tcn ) interval ii kilence, d-jw 1 i
ifitbetnie? U hat good will it do ? And j . ftfa Hrticlewithout prodachig any oth- tence to he branded in the hand. Robert! T :
I I 1.1 ! :..L nnr 99 J - . . .. . I. .
woai u j.m smiuiu -mu, ' ther sensible effect upon his system than a slave, ior robbing Smith a wane man i Crazy. A paper ha b
son-uow wou.u youicc. , . iu.,.,.u r1 .w , frannuil:2:ne.the snasms and woducins ion the highway, lie was nquitted. iu
pray you have real cbanty one toward tne , fc J ep 1 - ITi. Chnn.
other, s - 1
Ai he fp'ike. the feft l
and lL lVrem.tn swung '
- Corae, bi-y," said b
ating fv-r it motto J) . .