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. A tnn W IW .pM. imni bf 1 dim (w
"A adwrljnaat aukaf 14 t . ohrr
Ml to rfutloa to I tqum t i St r&
MW to 1 ar to pmfavtwa la um rhut,uf
mm! - -
. IW. anIUf. r uaohrluf r.mlxi.lr. Mr.
CmIMm ckarfxl its prr cm hiftirr itiaalh
ton 11. itnt hlmsl imdmmi 4 "f',
f 10 .ark.. N , ' .-
IT r.ima. MWnf ia awr.i.fai aw reaut-n
a to . Uw -Mambrr of InarrtkHH wuf.a j ana if
' k la wwktt ttwjr toMU oerapy the lrat aw-i-
kWant aaaa tit aack tiw atanl ti. Uihrnrw
- ta7 aid to aal i m lb bkm! ) -? aa4 clurf-J
a I" Kaa I - - -M
Wtvcopy-tLa almet -for what- it i
worth, and a affording mune indication
of public feeling in the Town of Shelby.
iuil no a 1)4.
A pr )eal haa bwn aaid in regard to
IUil and Plank 'ltorfsyty th fitizens of
e.iera i-4uxiina, ana e.juai y aj many
Jrl- i. .3 -S 5! i
i m si
c I s, -
r tj :A
Py f js J
t s, 5 u
szr g ? o
i- il ? t -a
pnaecta have been preaeute.i. e iyttt.eme tl.roiiirh Maryland, and tl
that TartoB.pot.l.c meeting, neia w '
eat, to the lennw4ti line. e (.boii.d
twa more tlutu tmititlml if it ts erti ruiasililul
for aueh an obi.s t In m e.miiilc'tel. Hut i
we think -vaatfy dilTerent in regard to the
m vniiimnv.i. .
ent in regard to the
If it it intended t
uld lie located thro'
location of Uie road
be a State road, it tlmu
It should cuminence at the ,
the country South of the line, and the
laM.a-naa.Artl.. trv .ill ....I K. I......
Cf tted br it.
" " We mart wnfeaatbat wear martial to 1
South Carolina, and have more hopes ofl
set ting a road to Yorkvillc.
e, or to mime '
iint on the -Cheater rd, tlian we
- frrnn m.rown State. - We nnrdit to net
uosi uie oezi ixgiaiaiure mr a ;iiarier .O j
extend a road fnnii Y4irkville or some otli
er point, by or near t
ear this place, lo Morgan-
that petition will go up ,
fislature, to extend the,
suit. . vt V nsra. i
to the next Leg
.. a . ii .i. .1. .
opananutirg, a wen aa me vtreenviuv
roaiL into this State at different point.
That ia what tlnnildiio- graiUed,
moat conreilient latiiit on the CJiarloUeJn the State to eop-v to !he amount ol tiv, vu m a ir. r.-puniu-, where ti.e trin niigi, .-"- ro 'e .-..air, anu rents u uiey were living.
rU aad ran M near the South Carolina dollar." It was cntended by tl.e-.U-i..l- " .". Ivc ho., m.,,, and tlu, feller not M ?t h'Th
UM UPOaaibbi: 'if U-WCuUtW hi Wtt'a.cout sel that.tl.U .upplcumntar i,.,-r"'hl for to .hang. Mr. Stanly gam- , h eeuce of ,. . htee tlajgajrii
powtoio, u u. Hti(.uiiui i . . . , . , ,. - ,fi,.r .,,,r., is-inhml l"e- Urn done Un ira bndire. the dias-r4 TltK fiamtti Ilukenii aura vit the
eaten the travel of rhn wear it must be rr eniiiawt"o iiaiier in us n n urn . - . . . .
' 1. waw'J prrv.-.! that av?: -rdicl. cddoa. a compliment; n--- han
"a:"i : t Z IV. i, J i . i .. ,1 ,,iv..,, l.v il, d..ii.ii,l int m. re M -wr. Maiu- r. tlie amraint ot the line tn it Ins , " on, anu uie wom.iu taw n-i uown into the , iingiirar man. with undecMK.s eves and an
aeud oiTpruce by ihan- liy th wfeh' tba 'wafer. It wfe cte-toau.WiegVrtr.lh
South Ufluni If the rad rim , gard l? . r, ad ..msiI I lnm..d wi(ll .,;. f SnUdnm of; ' ' ta-te. and to ornament the back, of th ttel is steltliyah'd cat-like 'i. his move
by Uia war of Morganton, it will entirely ; by j.lamtitts counsel that a- Mr. Jaime.. , , fomH)..,,,,, .,.,,.. .i',1 w,i .with drawmgs of devils laiinu I old of scolds. I J ,), ..l..,..;i.t ...l a.!.......
Maat .flT frlaa. .wa.aL. afVl.a m.I. lai.Mn.n . if i WAA A SlI llari 1.IT t'l I he liM.M-C llll.I th.'-.'-. ., .....
a. . a.a atax M Via- aa, lire IClVflBavi ft.'a.aa, -, - a -l !-..l' III,' inaitll'V III aaa.llia .'.llinl ;l.al
the Legislature ot our Stute treats us, aa
tbey did in refuting the Danville, as well
V a several other Mads, we ought to make
an effort to be attached to South Caroli-
eventa. And the prmeijdtiaoliliosewliO jaiitl, uml others ol lltitt eluss, llie tiuni-iwore .Uscovere.1 and retaken, and again
represent ua in tho next Legislature, ! hers of a family dwell together most con-1 committed to duranoeville.
IwHtld be well understood. It it not our! tentedly anil happily.' All,' from the 'A-Mhe tiiiie above-named, ns Sergeant
object to interfere. In our Ciuinty Elec-'gratidfather-to the gramlcbild, sheltered ! MeCltisky, of the Sixth Ward, was i.ass
uoru, but we need a roadv and our inrer-' tiy tlie tame r. Mf nr tinmboo yratt, sutis-T mg t.hmnglt Center t., he heard a om-se
esta ihoukl be fairlr rcpreaente.1 in .tlie! lied if theirsiinileiiK.alol-'r'Hitsaudirraiii;iii tlie lobby, of the' Ciiy Prison, which
SuorKi.NO Cask or 1)mtitcti.i. The
Manchester (N.. II.) Mirror relates the
-r following case of deatitution and want,
. caused by iutemiieraiice. which was re
cently discovered in llarisville, a wnalt
vniaai 111 tLi anMimaruri iiuniA - rnii i
The name of the
- ..v..vaw. . v a..
fainilyj4.Botgiycn..Te Jtf ir
1 V i-ir-a.;;;:... f.t.l.-j srea-Ki-l'.-.l....is.-1
t ... i ... . " - ... 7. .
..mil. . , 1 1 K . r 11.1.1 . I ..'.a-III..,. r.
iiearu mat ueam nai eniere.i ineir mis-
. iirable dwdJing, ami onginrrg-itlr t hcy
found an infant, born the' night .before,
just alive ; And a child 3 years old had
died the morning before ; and another, 7
Wiifa old, quite ieit and al- the liintb.f.
Upou l.Hikiltg around 110 fisl was fouml i
pou hsikiiig around no fissl was found
but a few boiled potatoes not a stick of! perhups stained yellow ..r pink, is vvoutld i
wood save a little aIMr "liiiiii Tiear . lieiir-ifoiiiij the lotiis. - Oil 'oeeasion of great (
i'ltff of their distress. I mil brouirht on the '.
, night before from hia own acanty pile Hung across the shoulder,- to be, alVer
Kr. ii n whnt thev ennl.t loam, the fionilv wants laid ciifel'rillv aside for future use.
""'." I... I .!.-.- J ....f- : - ' -1 I 'I'l... .I.,,... lai.l l.aii.r. I n.rilill ill til till liriamt Vlird. dislnrllrMl the. inen nf-timrvaa-alin-bllp nlat-a.nri wfl-h o r K" --have--CttllSed It U b-tated tliat
. iito iiveu iii.wiiy on iiieni, siirreu up w'iiii oe vt'oiie..., o. i. ma.. .....(-.,,., u,a , , ,. i"-" . .
water, cooked in a spider on the stove. 'er, wrapped about them in appaiviit t.eg l vvntch-dog. lhe animal harked lou.ll.v ! pin ? 1 hottgh scarce heard af one end, " acwHlito.1 organ m the
OcrasiriBally the father wonld get a bone ' ligenctv and yet so gracefully a to setoinaiiiHirouseil Deputy keeper i inley, who,lt was beard at the other. Just so it is ,0' trance. At tins we are bv no
'ilxai llitiiiaIiad lsiwii eiatvff'lVuiit. whieb I tW Hsriire to thu "utiifcist 'ail vaiitageV -In on cmriirrg from the wain fmsmi to the t with any merit excellence. or.;g.od work. , surprised ; reiiiembermg Uie l.uig
-. 7-....5I-J - .t.-.;. rr .1 71 . J.i.ij i.i:ib..i.,lf ,.,,W I... "hir-aril f nit.I aiiiiluiiil-'' attir' between the; irties ot r
.-uoi.rw. wouiu ititc incnv lor ciinnirw k. .".a ; t,m.a. ,,,..a. -r - . .. . t-- -- -- rr. . . , i
little 'Wotlt''-5'''' fn'' a! J iiti.lerlied Iwill i one!
zivo iiivi.- ...r n tiin.iirw .
wiees a coiton coveri ami two I-ieci s
- . . : .. i . i - , .
rt Mitllin .l.afla aa.al.,.,l t. I.aaaa" laaa. ta.a
V"!. VI...ML IRI.SCH VlltWllH , Ul , 111.
cotton betWeen them, cmstittitod the bed
of the ftarenU and child that died: whilst
3 old braided mat laid ,05 tliejportlaiJlmj
," flruiidle "bed, amT'a iieeoof an old com-1 twenty-two millions sterling (i?110,(T(XT,-
' -forter for covering has made up tho Wd
lor the oltiest child tlirongli our severely
Smith CSrien. A despatch by the
Asia "state tliat this patriolt has been par
doned by the Qtieeii. Every frieiid of
lilierty trill be rfjoiced to hear this intel-ligehco.-
Akcnf Cavw- Kant llie arctic tojf-'KESlSTAXCE OF UNITED STATES tLdir wcape, na aperture sufficiently Inrge to 1
In .iMrribhttf ihi tY his ! veutiiftM I ' TKOCESS. of Umlpmmk T a .piU ww fouinl
."' an accHuit
jof the icKve uml their olIkx-s, which
j in quite interesting :
! " Som of the lifrjM w
m erf the i.t-r.wcrawoni iii !,
vailll-lK c..a...H, u.ru-.K.. aajr
W8, pro.-xaime nr upuer cavenia wmi; el , , j with circular Mw. in clestroy
m. In the crvtal aulitiuln ech.. were iug ul ,hc valllabie ,,ilie and otlier ti,
wrtUij. .... 'huron the unblic lands of the U. State.
- A whistle jronr n wWrtle-yoii !Th. 1istl.k.'t AttorM ey nuti , m)Jur
mta imruy recognwe ..r ie k-..KIu aim
clear ni'sti of Die rnii' : the cainirof a rain-
n waa heard r.ii.um ; J(.iru the wMwrit re j,. tite Laudaf MaW
-faHKib of an amij- in nriw, and wlan i iirj.atlt( L ifted St,ite ilawluil for the Jia-
hrtMJgh f!.e .notion atn,OHpl,ew..,8y1;
ablea alin.mt as I.Hig.myo.ir breath could
hold out to make (hem.
I tneuo Mxa'" -
. , . .
W mw..w.uMu. a, uu,..r)j-af...
teranc-, word for word. There U a vet-
, - . ,
tain couam of mine whom I remember
flimoyiiijf In m.r a. h.M.1 .Jay., for the deS-
i"'-ii wnu w..eii.e boui i aaj iiairaci.
fMy m.w.,a e.it.re rat;.,, of wn.er
fraer, i iimmiu..., o ... u.t.
; oeated to It it 1 1 l.y a enisle etful't ut tliese
1," , 1
Air J.ine UaUr.xiU. . I.UI R'vm-
the riffli't of way to the New York and
Norfolk Ai Line Uailrnarl lias pit-rd i
both branekeaof the New Ji rst-y ixpU- J
lature bv a iarire maii.rltv. The Xorfullc
"Maryland, Delaware, aid Virginia
. -i il...
aev. near t city ol .ew 1 orK, to tnei
..":..i.i i i ,y ii.r .., n..lu,. ur.. I
w, f iM,Wv,ea of, we believe,'
u.n mi( t!ie iK.ll4WHri,
U;t.t of Ae-mac ami Northu
1 11,, ,K.
lcouiitr:ai.d tliunee to N..il..!lv."
' -.- - r :
I lib rr M ' nil ti
ite(.j. . A rase of.
....... - - - ,
was decided iu our curt lat Saturday.
, Suit wa brought by .llms;..n .V kvi
agalnat .1. C: .lanncy for recovery ..f pay-'
lliler-t to udvcrtisers
Ult.l t,a tilt
was decided iu
.fore pmlmblv saw the advertisement ev-;Uir
..rv oi.bIi.nl ion. it was bis dutv to order
a IIS a HO! HI ll V V CI V pllllCr MOIL Ill lll .THU, IU Oil' al lir ri.ll IIII.II& VlOll lie , .' ' v "... . 'a n'a aaaimiiijj.
w1rt w: ;e41ie vw
tidk Jor tli liill ai..unt of the-aeeMmt
thus setttiug the principle tliat advertis-
era must ajieriry on the advert ix.-tm-nt thtrl
liavei utliuber pi 'JUiavrtiuui. or jro o ,ita beitlgjaiid dear appreciation of riglitaud wr-OTg whi
peti-tonlervd out, else they' tt-it! be liable,' if .' chsract. rire the Antaricnn prtipf.
ter to I'snliKu-irierar for ,tEk. a.iioutiT -phnrged for ! ?. VmirfoiV Jw rf-Tranwripr.
?i-j.Mv."K .nt-..a.H"w". i's" " ,
every insertion- until urdere.l out. Fort
the plaiiititfs J. I). Trade-well,, t-wf., forj
defendant, Messrs. Hlack and Seymour. I
SOCIAL LIKE IN INDIA.
Theuioduof life ol the Indian husband-1
man is one of extreme simplicity, too
ten even miserable, from the continual
and severe extortion practised upon them
Ji the,, aiiiiiiaia'r. ,i ,ttat birda of UiuiJrGiua
ainriKm ro "Trare
ilea rice from the fields their hands cnltr-,
vale for the tax farmers, and happy, i"j Thinking that some prisoners were try -deed,
if at hurvesf time all that crop bejng to escape, the Sergeant went up to
not wrung from them under pretuncu ..if'the- door and asked W ho' there?'' but
taxation. Of household furniture he has i receiving no answer he said, " Come out
no store. , A lutudMbf ruabea. carpeuluf Uiere . whoever ...y..u. are" when he
his mud lloor; a few cartbeti vessels forj lieard steps retreating through the Conrt
.ut,.r,,r -P ......lii,,, ,. mni 100 slooJ. a
nan -in i-rallia.l n in a eaneniar imnnmr Jis
,aia,,ataai.aaa.. .... ... a.,.
tit I. lit- .lla.j.... ... e.-1 , ., . ; m
;'-.. p."'""- " - i
leaves supply him will, an unending Mic -
Jm.L..iI laiilil I m ImWMHsat-IMK-. W .
cession. ..f clean plai.v from which hisUvatcl. d the prison, and as soon as he rc-i
r... ...i ..il I, . .!, 1... I,. i;..n..,;v,nl .... ,.i.-.-r four i, .-...n.-n wm
nilgai nieivi ise.iiv.i. i,. a.nr-i, ..v ...
tie to boast tut Que sU'itrot-tm-esHUu me Keepers n nocciry.
lileaeliecl in lis umuerniis etea lings, or
display, he add' another piece loosely
..... . . -- . .
"of what niav truly be exiled the bone and
r .1...-.1...1...1. i. .a. ..,,.,..-
s.i.ew ... . .... ...... ...... -m ""'"vi.
fraalll U-4li.a SHrilll!-
. , "l r 1
i amounting to seventeen millions sterling
l,Biinimllv, (alioiit ijtHl."Ki,tHt),) and ttwn
f'HMl) yielded 111 tlie sintpo 01 ttixaiioii
AlTiat'Tiire has prescribed must
be, "good ; mid as death i natural to us,
it is absurdity to. fear it. Pear loses its
purpose when? we ar sure it cannot pre
anrvn n. a"1' w. aboiild draw a resolu
tion to meet it; from tho.inipossibility to
escape it, ,
lUwnaa C. Koynold, Eq., District At-
,t"rnev of the L'. btHtt-n, wa,H few month
jiiiiice, informed that a number of iHirsou
i v .j i ' I I j: I ' fULlMlliaiu UUllll. illiatUUIK
I ntUIII I IV II linililliiM Simmra 1 ' .a m
:,,11,i " .. r.... A-t.,.., .
UllJ j1(ta for tJie IU)t tweve month((
,r,K ti..... authorized imtw iu iue Ut
i-j.:. '. . .i . n- ,i .
yuUllt ,(, t.XucIfo tlein. 'e learn from
L K.Uer recuirej 1,,.. vterav br ii. F.
! Hii-k .. U f il.n N.;AI f-;,.
i lAiiKiiiitii, ciuiK iiio uiu
uuit Ooort; thattheTier. .h agaKOwllom
j the wnu iKueJ bad colh
llluallf laliil ll llllft ratal aaml TllVar f9 li.al
iiuiiiiii.il Kim Ulll vaa anvil
r,.i(ln(i. .i ';.,,., M,i u'i f..!
Llariaj u1( hi dei.ut'iea not only to leave
tj.,. coutv. but the State al0. The mar-
ha! wa, at lat aee.H.nt, at the otcl in
JJoatohl, Arkauas. with eve..teen of
the law-rcsiatiiig party aroutvd the hotel,
(ivinauuin ol the landlord that the mar
lial nliuiild be delivered ui to them
The citizen and otlicera tiiere were de-
.jj, Majlir lryimt bad sent to
Kort (iil.wm to United Slater) officer for
aw-i-tanee, and had alao written to Gov
l' lor aid. f. LouU Hyublcan.
Tliu ilhi'f ..lit, in a rjiusu Iwfiim on Iloimrfl-
ible JiiJm f ShuImA' Um cmntv. & yvty AnlU-r-
gaifwl in th,. suit It apH-ar that Mr. tStank v 1
was under the iinprvwioii that a inpinny cx- j
istaaa aipiinat aie dhuit'a Jlila, -alio a at Hone
other lliiiu the celi brutnl pioneer. Captain lira-1
ham, of Sun I lii ifn, whose p-siileiiee in the coun-1
,lr.. jMt,i, rroiii 1;I2. Mr, Stanlv took joca-ion
to ulluile l. ill.' tllif itrtusA liii-ii umi-l ti.rfiMr-i
li-ti-nr.. tlio ar..i..i;i.,r. -' aat tl... 4il.w. tl.ai- lull
iimtin- JM the Cottrt 'tlwniWa iS3aa 4W;:TT . ai.t-ra.... i
... I 1 ... ai.... I L;....1 ... a 11
, . ,..,.J ......i 1 ".,.,.i
nn ma aivuuteiit, walltiM ai to t)ie clerk s .list
,,, ,U(! fiw tTfmarK tl ,,e ..e time
. UiHi,iuv Wm m Armtrernum Bt all'
ij,., u, r, hd, r cheerful ot- dienee to the consli-
hia artfuiiwut. walked ai. to the-clerk's desk '
Urd auihorities of bis euuutrv, atul cimlinued
to the Jury to thank Go.1 hM;""!''" "y.lpe t oiirt U, l- ducked l
i.,.nl-or ,,w , i;,, it tlMK ,),, ,
i......l.- j a aa I..
r-Awyaf of mM '
Oration of ftna. j
the law, and authonti !
This is a Vnntiftit ilhwt
irvix aluav pa
nudl af the anine th
..i J . .jt ;.....lurkiit.y in its way. 'Tlie cost was 23. 4d. ster-
.,, ..-,i T.,- , j--".y
Fruirhio TW t"Transrftfil. "
Dsi'J.U VTE ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
' ' . ,". ..
The New York Tribune of Satnrdav af-
teriiiHin says, about 2-J clock, Saturday
inorniiigy I wo iintiirioun eriiuinaU iiamoll
John lMlinell v, convicted of the Ierby
of-!r.flbery in ltrondway, and John Miller,
: indicted for burglary, confined in the City
prison, tinulen most desperate attempt to
w- trie i -om-t or f
Sessions. ' - 'H
.Tlie.ollieqr iniiiiedititely informed Capt.
lrenil f tll 4atteT 1 W'lio HFOUSekl the
... - - - - ,
.. ,. I .,l,if..n.. uml .it l i. un .. I tho men i
- i -- " V,.
Iia.lllllr HH.4e-lf IHe- WHllHOift .
d - airman was .patched to call the night!
.v..... .. . ........... ,
ji ujh. mv i'. . i" i""
answer li-oiii the 1 rrs.niju'epcrs, a pistol ;
shot wa- heard, shortly after wliich the -
door was opened.
It appear that Dortiielly and Miller, in
retreating through the Sessions llouin and j
fed IVmnelly nn tbe root of the lemalepn-
,; --- - - ....-.. - . t
u.. n.i u i i,. net nt sen nicT flirt wan. .
t , , , .. . a a-." a ,
ivolver at I)oniiely,hOottugJiiin Uirougn
,tlio fleshy -portion ot tlie arm, and cm
pletely disal.Ung linn, ionneiiy was
tneif secured Md ftiiCwf WinW
lhe four polieemeii, togelliet -wit 11 tne;
Jeputy keeper, then inade searcii inroupi
seereteil ill the Privy 111 th6 xiird. II
was also secured and locked up in a sep
arate cell ffom tlie : other prisoner.
As Miller Wa found without weapons, it. is
UVS.ll t 11 "tt !"' d.-a-A I' I Ut-1114 llltll lilP- Sl.lk.
- t'jKjn cxannmng tlte wll rntlv oceuuil by
IVmncIlv. and Miller, and from winch day mad4
SALISBURY, N. C.y MAHCH 23,-1854
Tbrog tbfc pwtW. tlw j-rUowr.' h.d .
caped frum tlicir cell nd jumped upon the roof
of the thed where the 8va day priaouers are kept,
locatMt betweea the wall f Uie main pnaou autl
the Eltn atruet wall.
Hat ing gained the )"M, they incceeded in
climbing to tha gallery leading from the priaou
lo I lie Court of Seaaioaa. f ruiii tlicuee tltey
nimlc tbier way. throuyli Uie Sion Hooin to
the outer door, when they were discovered aa
1'r. 8iinnioii calkd in to dreaa 1 'onnel
lyV wrnilid, but he waa unable to eitrect the
Wl .-. -
N'. itW M (h torw f5i snytliiuj; about the
matter Uiis morning, rxeept Itogneijy, wh re
marked, a if it had not been for the man at the
Seasione door we ehould hare been in Chatham
treet at una time. lie complained of hav-
irifT us friend aat he wa determined to befriend
himself. He aaid he had tlood it a year and
Could stand it no longer. J
In order to prevent Uie hole in their cell from
being discovered, thev had lilted up a shelf, aa if
lor book, and pasted a, newiapcr against the
wall. I'fcdtr their hunks were found (lie atouea
ami rubbish which 'they had taken from the
wall. All that could be found in the shape
o' tools was a bit of a crowbar and a sheath
Ilv waa convicted of Uie Derby robbery
in Itroadwav some time ao, but was not yet
sentenced, a stay of proceeding in his case bar-
ling bn olitained.
.Hillcr was awaiting, trial under indictment for
burglary, corner of bowery and Doyer at.
lie waa bailed out previous to indictment.
ihut.forfcited. hit .bail jud . went ,U ,Ciucituiati,LtweutyrJive cents, each.. ... Jiudemliiy. .or
where hr WaS ipf flSalV-d ti suspTcioti of forgei
ry, a large amount "f bills on the tank of tlie
l:.-.... e v v i i : i .
?MJl w l wiv wng imuiiu in uih iutHMnmua.
"!8 bf was brought to this city, and waa awaiting
l,u lrial on the chiiige aboie named.
From the .V. V". Suwiiiy Timet.
S( 'f 1LI PS
In England there was formerly a punishment !
;fr M olds and sbrvws, which consisted of duck
X""W l''"-b w.l then i.nmerged in some I
rr. "r ""'"j; 1 .ll.ui """"I'li'ent is r
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w,uW"' uuiia-ltke paragraph :
.ii... " 7 1 1 1 j . . iih lauiiiiiiirila IS lli"IIIIOIieM IU
1715, in Uie
" '- week, a woman that keeps the Queen's
Varioue rcotds of wtini?ni!liudiHl to thi i
inumhmeut are to he found iun the proceed-i
m.'s of lhe e..uria ... H.,l...l Tkn ..l.l.
a Ml for tb. ex of
"' '!""' "T ..cucking-stool wtnch U .-
,. ;n. .,- . .
aaaa j.uaiMia, aUl.l I lljij'raiJ' lO ..Se WXll Ol
Ti-mtawrigTiv, ani wn Known unlet tlie nam.
'5 ,"",1''r"'s tribri6h,..trubulieW and 4h. Iv
lis- n..t seem to have U-.-H u!ijK-dto En.dand '
but was practised in Scotland at a very early day. j
What ftf.-et it had upon " lie strong-minded wo-1
eu" of those timet, we ran baldly now deter
mine, but it apears probabU that it was quite
effectual. The following lin.s aij to have b?eii
wnttenby lienjamin West of Northamptonshire.
Knglsud, tuiitain ia nly .wti dwcri.tiin
tlie cuckuii;-stail nunishuu nt We ever eiuviiarV
tered, tliougli tiay refers toil in one of his paster
"There ttaWtflwjf niTBdrl',ytlBiryEii7 '
An engine cslled a dudC'igntiiol, s. .
"Br-leirsl aivwar auotmsnard d.iaiinNiV.."-.w
'lii; iy ami larmrof the .own.
If jarrinf frmslea kindle sinle,
(ive Unguara faul, at Uie the ruif .
If noisy dames should m:e brpn
To drive lhe house with -lut-nd din,
Arf y..uiy ; vb'1. ree hont
"We'll leacll yoa how your (iiiigue to ruje !
The fair oftendnrnlle the saial.
flow n ifi'tlw ut'.p the n.ml liesenids
rlV. hereVal fireiwr miai our end;
Kha mounts again, and mgn oiure
Than ever vixen did bi'fi.re.
ISo, ihniwii.f water un lhe fire
Always makes it buru p higher, . .
If so, my friend, pray lei her lake
A second luru into the luke,
And,, rather than your patience, lose,
Thrice and again repeal the dnee.
No braa'tuiK wives, no furious wenrhee,
No lire tu hot, but water quenches"
Ttesidc Uiis, thcrC; was another puuUliawut for
...-. . ..
scolus. Known ov tuc name ot lranks w
,.;.,.a.i f l,..a,t.,.!.a.... i; ,i,., i,..i r
i ... rnvrnw, v
",,,",,"r- n'.f V that enter..d the j
7, 4" -W5." ..4lia aiW'Bt. A'w MeawS'aadthere-aoJd themij;.. fiu.1,K-fii'Jlr a,
r..r.id U a 3.air or st,l Teiug pW al tKeTnoVijy; Tlrir tm about to resell tf.lri jtet,,
em! of along lade. In this the offending fe- , , ,i,hm81at,.r. tu niake tailors of ihem, whea ' physical part which is fatign. d, ami this rest
lllilt las l.l-l.aUl tn. I tli. n imiii,.,..,. "at I ..'a... . . , ii . II 1-11 'i'v '.i . . . I
, . , , ", " ZZV,." I 1 7 ... ! v"i' .17. 7",
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l,rull' on a tongue, llioiwoiilen
through the town, wearing the instrument, at-1
through the town, wearing tlie uist
t,,ic, ,v an l)m,.,.r, ,nd-it wa not taken off un
tj they exhibited signs -nf humiliation and amend
. . . - rr .
ii a,i rewarded on die other side of the .
.rf.aiaa, f ,o, lav v,ie ,i.,i nia ,i ,.,,(,,,, t .
llitKAn. Tile prices of hreadstuffa w ill
..rol,u))I.. bo nt Wer figure in a few
.livtlj ,heir ram t tho iwints for ex-
..ortation as soon as the spring shall open, i
full. A few wtiriti davs to cleardie lakes.
a ...it... .1 a i . -cr ai. 1.1. 1
rivers, and canals, and the ttbuiulance of
the West will pour jipon usi
Every Juige in the State of JTeunes
seo ts a-Son tj Tcmperauco. .
you ever scratch , tho end of a; Thc l'ritieesses of the llonrbon
THE OLDEST HOTEL.
The Galveston (Texas) XeAva say,:
A friend, from Virginia, who not long
since stopped at the "Swan Tavern" in
V I . 11 I I I 1. I I 1.
i ontiowii, uaa nanueu na a cam, w uicu
.' . . . . ' a
he' found posted up in that boue, and
which,' ho says, is strictly true in every
particular. We understand that Mr. An
derson ' a dcweitdrtiit from the original
proprietor, who flourished as ' mine host,'
in the same old brick-buiklitig, 130 yearn
ago, or near 50 year before it witnessed
the capture of Cornwall!. '"
The ' card' which iaiamiliar to many of
our readers, is a model in ita way, it com
uieace aa. lyllp wa :
: 1 Ins ancient building was opened at a
Ilouxe of Eofertalnment on tJie lSth f
jinrtii, 1 1 22, aiiu IB uow 111 us iowu j viar,
KiniTli ai.i..ratai.liahiiiri.nf if. kind
March, 1722, and isnowinitg 130th ye. ir.
in the United States, it now receives udTeTrTer 'infirmed the magffl rate of
accomodates travellers on t)ie following
terms : V isitors are to state their names
and residences and be. prepared to pay
tbcirfare in eecie change, without regard
to age, at the folia wing rates, . f
The ' rates' are then given, Which we
have not space to insert. The ard con
cludes with the following bryacl hint too
plain to be mistaken : 1
As the House ia not intended to be a
dace of lazy, unprotitable resort, mere
ouugers are reiioested to kjeep away; and
ill' who come only to idle their time at
the fire in winter, or to gulph down ice
water in summer, will be charged, daily
intoxicated persons will not be tolerated
on any terms.
A Romantic Affair. A Spanish boy, named
Joseph Kdwaril line I'obulo, has arrived at
Washington, in charge of Adams At Co.'s ex
press. It is said that about ten years ago, while
bulbing on the coast near the city of Cam
ieachy, Mexico, be, with five other boys, was
&taaltl lav ivriiv ilf lr.in.ll fain,.., Iklaja k.'lit
...lu four rca .,.,1 .!,.. , '. ' ... . m,.r.
chantmaii, who kept them
two years, took them ,
the boy Polailo made his ai. and worked i
bis way to I.afnyelle, Indiaua, where he attracted
the notice of a gentleman who corresponded
with the Mexican minister at Washington re
gatding him. The Mjuister beciime inU'resteil
Wthe stiSrr of -t!l'l.aWrdta .TBTSaW Mni
forwardeal, that ho might restore hiiu to his pa-
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"'ailbinaii iu l.ur. qic u w
won over evervj
rat in .
1,11 t,u I" Ul8Ku-
Crreek cause, only that he might add ini
tio huve abandoned it
Tr' bunt., w th mutrb trjf i Ltimrk ; , Te
great truth which politicians will learn
some of these days is, that no man who
makes a trade pf seeking tor the Pre'si-
dency ever finds it.'
A IIeBOIC Tl'RK.-
-Ainong minor oc-
i'iTO" fi'??! Turkwhwariatejrajr.
raieil is an instance of determination on
the part of a Turkish sailor, which has in
flicted, great inortificati.HtfOiuLe liiifiiis
at Sebaatopol.. Some time before the hat
tie of Si nope they captured a Turkish
two ago, while this prize was fyingut Se
vastopol, one of thu seamen who had been
takenjn her contrived to 'get into the hold
and to create a leak, w hich caused her to
founder with every thing she bad on
Mrs. A. West has recovered $35 dani'
ages of ,a liquor seller named Heurv Mar
tinunder tho .Indiana Law ut llrook-
ville, for selling her husband liquor so
to intoxicate him.
.browneilon theimmediate contact of light
A Fowl Comparison. Young gentle-1 ou'.v where the light acts, whilst the
men who dress in tight pants and bob-1 part covered by the object to be copied re -
tail .coata Iiave received tho apjiollatiouJiuains unUUchil, and uiav alwav be re -
;,fn -Shnnirluiia " " ' l l . r v i .
of i Iiangliats, lllloVfd hy WHtcr. M. Niepce has aimed
Hon. .A. Dt.-lhe Senate of U.
u uie r.gius oi a ciiiz.cu oi urai c-iaic xo .
;T,iinis W. Dorr. The bill missed
of njiie-yote ,
I THE' BO't'RCOXS AND THE PIMN -
1 r. lv. .
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- pnntera .'k.
Moreviicr. wlieii CharlesT. j.ajui,K.. it v;,,. -
,..1,e a,tr....fs f rU .h... did that
uie iciiiii lnniir me oriincr iv iv ...in
:ivpe oegei wmsinng nuiieis.: ,
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. cm. 1 ork 1 ick.
"I bless lod," said Dr. Watts,
can lie down with comfort at ni
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r I vyo,!.,.
Since tho new divorce bUl has gonej,.,,! ,arri.Hl- a widow "was divorced from her,!
into oporatHm iu Ohio, marriages areJ
placed under the head utf limited part-
A Baderop Ojxraion.& few wecka
ice, a youth, VJ year of njre entered a
rber'a aliou, iu Na.isait street, for the
purporie of getting hi buir. which wa
jof hery hue, colored black, j The barber
I '. .1.111 .1. ..nM,,,U.l
ei ieu ma um va iuo iuuui mnu a..,
ll I' j.J Art .
and for hi service demanded S3. This
amount waa more than the youth Lad.
with him, and he requested that an ap
prentice of the barber might bo allowed
to accompany him to his residence, and
there receive the money.- Tit arrange
ment waa nronoiinrert gat ihbic tor v. and
-both started, but before reaching the home
of the youth, gave Ins companion ,tlie,siipt
and was not again, seen until yesterday,
when the barber's man seized him, and
took him to the shop. A police was im
mediately called to arrest the young mau,
and he was conveyed to the Tombs, close-
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Mr followed by the barber and his man.
the nature of the offence committed, and
requested that the ruing man might be
Ipeked up. lhe latter on being- asked
what he had to eay, replied "tlint he had
been the victim of mi itntiohition. at the
tsame time frtTTmliert iS bis cap, aliri to
.1. . . . I . ' II . . !. . . .1
ui asionisiimeni oi an present, u was dis
covered that his head had been died pca
green, instead of black. Tlit magistrate
forthwith refused t" ruenive a complaint
against him, and amid shouts of laughter,
the two victims left the court. A". York
NEVER RE IDLE.
We often hear mecliaiiiei, working . nieJl .and
even inercFaiita oiinipTiUii tllat iliey have no tiiiie
to read. They think tkat, after laboring hard
all day, they require rest in the evening; and on
this ground justify idleness at that .time, if not
card-playing, convivial meetings, or other pre-,
tend, J r."ta.lilinns. lint if they would emulate
the example of Dr. Adam Clark, and eschew
idleness and dissipation, they would find that
their health would lie none the worse for tin
change, but rather better. The man who spend
bis evenings over a book calls into pl.iy entirely
eliectuairr whibr he n-aJ:
Even the stud.-nt
Jean find relaxation by changing to different
themes, for then otlier faculties of his mind are
exercised ; thus when the mathematician turns
to poetry he- given easaality repose-ind ideafc
y at work ; and this affords as complete, rest
as w hen one, tired of walking, enters a curriitge
to continue the jourhi-y. . ' -
Life is too hoit to allow any pi.auenU lieing
i lie ariirciiiicc n nnstientis nis eveninLn1 in stuuv
p-sbreio- faf nprS-sr(.kr(re!i wbU
find at me time or other, will prove lo him so !
much positive capital, 11 ij fi Uoa
1- e ii .
lounging 'about engine housm, gains no such seed
if future wertlth fmtj em 'tli onttnwimpmrs
hi healllrliy bjsyj-arly Mceatea, Ixwidea losing
the confidence of nil who might forward him in
life. Even lie, who avoids the follies to com
nio w yiig ie
A a of sww-ping away the eveuiiig.or oiliiai
wasting Ins tune, commiU a serious blunder.
If more a rsous would rc-solve on emerging from
ei.ii,ii,.a.i n, i i. .,,..1,1 1-.. ......
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ty fortunes made where one is made iiow and
twentr men rise to eminence where one attains
distinction at present Every year, more hours I
are" watTetlrof four peoplniiirsnrve, faaawouhX"
if improved, have made tbem riclt in tlteir old
'"v f ,
age. EVKB BE IllLK.
Tlie follow! ng nre some statements which
were made at a meeting of tha Academy
of Sciences, in Paris; i)u the processes of
Mr. Tafliot, and M. Niepce do St. Victor, .
respecting the invention of photographic
es of these chemists are different Mr. j
Talbot uses, for the substance impressible
to ''t?"'' a mixture of gelatine and bich-
romate of potash, which is mollified' and f
;.to pcrtett the prcH-is w inch lits iiiicle,
'ltllt.,iI1Vet.tor;of hcliography, described in
the vear 1827. The sensitive- substance
by a is a solution ... oit.ii.icn in es.ei.ee oi ih- W right-forlm coniptn.Iler of New York by
,4atrvvijWr, applied. iaa layer ; this, .yai-uiskvcraluiiiieiitlawjicrs py here troin (he States
'icllanges its proiiertics while under the and by the nu'rclmnta jiwrally. We regret
11 1, al. a..n.u 1 ... 1 ....... al.. L.ua ' .
. l .. l :. :. r a - I .
iacU,m ul lle?ut- llK' Vn- vxiosea to tne ,
ibtttn lieitnie insolubie iii a mixture of e.-
i . i i i
. .3, ..a, ..I l.ii-eii, la,r Alltl 1,1 lit lU'tr,).fallll.
so that4hi-v may be easily separated from
the soluble part not impressed.- whu'Ii
n-priisents tlie image to bv repHluce.!.-
iuitipU'rhe liquid emjdoyed by. Mr. Talbot .for
ratice; mlM;;i r.ri Ui in. tsut ill. .-r his Hii im: is birh--r
a mixture made ot one partol nitric acid,
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I eight part of' distilled water, and two of
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"Vl,.,, !1 ""n exchange, with ref- fen.-e to the
'" labile of the divorce law, -notices the- case tif a
;ht, not j sruuiau in Indiana, who h.is diven-eil from
it ..1. ...1 ...... 1 ;..".-,.... 1 t
inir oUiiaed he bill while her husband b.v l,
! I.i. al.i-.ith IsVL In the same xi ine a man who."" uu -oiui .
am! afietaards .narricd the woman's dauirhterrTT
Both luolUer and daughter rejode tt die xilage,l A not care a halt penny al.out it this
the latter-of whom the man still hvet with. ItJmo.1 : r
.,: . - A CHEAP IIOT-CED. , i
Dig a hole in the. ground twelaa ineliet deep,
of the size' of any old task you may nave with
a glass. Fill it half full of fresh horse litter,' or
a little lvae, tread it down so that it will beat
quick. Fill the hole with One loam, even with
the tnrrounding surface. Take four pieces of
tut work, or boards, just (taking then so that
they will stand upon the edge and raise glass
foaror Sve iucbea above the surface of the ground,
and forma tew peary hoijatt the size of rourglata
cover. Ion will then nave a jtotteI witn a -triffling
expense. Plant cucumber of tneloa
aeeda, three or foar in a hill, and the bills about
four inchei ajntrt. In one week or litlle more,
they, will be up tliriftily and ready to transplant,
Prepare your groaad for placing oal tha till,- - :
digging a bole in the centre bfeach hill of tuO
cient depth to let the plant down to a suitable
depth. Remove th frame to your hot-bed, asd
wet the ground to that it w ill not crumble
With your spade remove the aanh oa one tide
aa low at to thrminure. - Divide the earth with
your spade between each hill, then forcing yosar
spade down Upon the Imha tide, of one biu ana
placing one band under it, yon may. with the -spade
raise the hill, with a quantity of earth, four
inches square, and tic inches deep, and thus M-
Ttiove it lo iu new location. If if place is prw
pared for it receptipu, place it aq that the tpada ,
blade w ill aapport Uie column of earth until yoa
have gathered the BCW earth around it to tup
port it If you thus place it without stirring
the column of dirt around the roots, encumbers
4-or neUM- will grow out-witliout ay- hindninea -.
by removal. The hot-bed may bo prepared ia -the
centre of the ground you desire for the vines,
and t,he removal be a trifling labor. By this
(ueaus your vines will have an earlier start by
two or threo weeks. They will . thu get the
start of the insects and be out of their reach, j
We have known watermelons tliu started
and matured, of forty pounds' weight, near the '
Green Mountains, in Vermont . . k. -'
" J'r"Unl II (iftiV.-; Accordi
.y a,,ainst the Apuche Inflians, i
. . . . . - ' .
J'rliLiU li'jtv. According to ihe--
hitherto murdered aud robbed the wbitee -
with perfect imunity. By this move
tneiit be will doubtless enlist the sympa-
thies of the majority of tlie people, who
w iiy oia.,L -
all attei'tipts of tho mother country, Mex-'
ico, to regain possession of the territory '
slip having ucrer beeh ableto defend
them against the Indians, or provide tlieia Z
with (irHcere 'disKtel to administer af-
MraJiir. fJ lfttfit
than'nieirwel vea? ' 'A-' rtireateHctl - nmtiny '
twnsamp ot Col W alkorrwaa siimma-
" X eemeu uy an oruer lor uie aisanect-,
cii io uiniurttw iiiiiueuiaieiy. .7 xorij-uvw
p.l to u-ifh.lraw iiiitiipdiatplr.
cd to Calii
,1.,,-a,,,;,,,, ...A --
- Alan GMye fur Slttttn, Muilert.-i . -Ilopkiuaoit-
Smith, of- the city of Bul
tifiwte tma taken--ixieasttrtM'' 1''''Megra ft .
ipntent for an improved alarm water gnage ;
or nieiiui uoiiei-g. ine nature oi uie in-
jTnptal tnbe, whirii w-orks directly through
a Sltunilg UOX OU lue lop 01 .tlie. DOller,.
nIMl " 0)Clling Oil one side, which ia
ncli a height that while the water ia
at a safe level, it is either within or above. .
the stiifHng box, but when tlie water falla -to
a dangerous level, it enters tlie steam
space in the boiler, and allows the steam "
to pusslTirougTi it iiito'the tube and qp to
tlie whistle at ite tojn tlms alarming the-
engineer, and informing him of the low
state of water in the boiler. To tlie bot
tom of the float there Is attached a hori-
awnrat Wwdpf "whichr "tends' te keep4t fjthey-
H'at) greaay in tlie water, and prevent' it
from being much affected with the foam
ing and boiling of the water.
BLACK WAlUiluR CASE.
ticated statement of Uie Black. Warrior affair,
(tirKliril ... die a-nto of the vetacL Weirive
ovr ,lts concluding paragraph, from wlieh it '
will l mo 'that the cai.tain did not abandon
; hit steamer without the suprt of the Ainerican "
..Consul and other legal authorities; ...'j..,
1 " The consul has written a statement of the
1 ! "hole alf.iir lo the government at Wathingtoa,
- and deratclirat)iet?orwin,acoiiM-ww
. ktpnided for
tl; slack Warrior, this afleriioun, for Charkwloa.
We are sPportl id the c,.8rse we wave Jake.,
as also Ls the captain, by tlie opinion and advice
of the .trneric-.m consul bv that of Judge
in m h tli.e circumstances, but have done the beat
in nor rtowr, and have taken the bert dvic '-
with regard to every step we have taken in the
matter. AVhcn we recollect the thirty-sit differ-3'"
ent tiinca .thi vessel has entered tb harbor, and j!
alwavsau, tlu; ia.iiui. Bay. and that the steamers
of the George Law and other lin have rob)-
blv ,. iiti ra-,1 at least three huudred tirafltin tha
Wot? - was morc thu Uii that tUnuert ia the : j
w l4n wantierrea lau um lronT
'W steam.r w snothCT, under the ere of th jj
lured and clearl in ballast-we are tr that
- - .-r.
our gm-criinient ill proloi-t your interest at they :
j. mgbt, and tlie Spanish government bemadeto'
ioiv dcarlv for the work of mtervtay and to-day. '
r - W. stmli slmaU uaa wit atatMa andtewt f "
our (n(,(1(U to this maUer to m ytnekon'
, - ,
O, mv friend." said a doctor to an:
l"sh patient, be composed; we must
' all du
"An it s that what vexes me, replied .
H I coulu die a.uaij uoieu tunes,