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KALIsnUUY, N. C.....TUKSIAYI MAY 27, 1828.
VOL VHI NO. 416.
The terms of the Western Camlmttti irr, 1
per annum or 1 SO, if Mil in awfw,re....liit
payment ti advance be required from all
ibcrtVrt at a diatanee, who ate unknown to
the- unk m re sponsible pernoo of
bit acquaintance guarantee the payment.
No paper discontinued, (cx-epl at the option
?-- KK'nrl cnlil arrearage ere paWL
' Advertisement will be Hytrin at My el.
per square for the nrst week, and twentyvc
-eveta fee mca weex, thereafter.
All letlcrs addressed U the ftfilinY moat be
ptl-fai'l, of they may nut be attended to.
US elrgset etJabliahmcn4, situate'
at Ihe north turner ef the Court
wed op in i
.House, hai been recently repaired and
rioraiyle, for the re
ception of Company. 1 ha greatest paint hove
been taken to procure for thta cUahlatbotent
new furniture every description, necriry
Ibr the comfort" of Traveller i the mort a p.
- prosed servant hare been selected wiih frrea4
caret the bar stocked with choice litjuora, bimI
tbe stables attended by obriinK and attentive
hostlers. The convenience of Itiii situation ia
eqnol to any m the tdeer The funis' eoMai
number or private room, ami oot-hotisct, well
calculated for the accommodation of Traveller
ami Boarders. Attached to which, tbera la a
Dry (iooda and liook Rtore.
To ihne ba mtjr plraie to rati on hin, he
aturra ibrm that l-o P'" will be apart.! to
fiuJer thair fUr ecnfrtabW and pMin.
Sab. bury. Srfit 17 1827. 82
Dcvtlcptmmtt ef the true Character el
, Tli following it the cone iu ilon of
rmiMt, latrlr pttMUhed br the Her
Dr. 1XT learned, tli. ind tliiilfi
(fuiahed divine, of the cil f l'bildel
pbla f which wo Invito (hot to reatU who
maintain fhf (Jen. Jickiofi ti dcittrotrnf
the fcehno and irrnpathlci A human
niur.Cao.wrotnr frMcnce be tlven
f the kindncia and bumanitr of an man.
than iieriaced In hi rul, oioqueot and
mcroui btiran will recn lect the anec
dote If ever the Generaf'ttiouid be Pre
ident, at I freelr acknowledge it U mf
hopt that he mar be, I m redict, from
mr knowledge of him, witotil the plri:
or propnef thai be will dipvlnt tnanr
ot hn Mendi and foea, br bcin the im
u divine; been educated and brought up
unoer tne dlaclpline of the i:rebrterian
tf Chief M(iitrate of tte whufe nation.
M Mr. Duncan bee letimated that mt
J! . . . . '
maenwrao -wn 1lte4t alWllyp, " waa
preached In Nvourof ike election of Oen-
he wIIJ read, may 'j5j?e
alwwlo-eaftrU.ublc44Z repreatot i.ln.
.i. ,7Jcivtn alone onhelr'6rfr of men, mtllf
eonMderati;n, a cobl blooded murder-! VT mr ,Cffno! Pn Wank abot into
frtllnr letter re.rjrTrol XllJWr.
HeeMrX'raleheadf Yet Chip man John. .'.rT"' W1" ',M,
..u...u. i. 1. 1.. 'rf hirnatlr. '1 hate who renreaint in
THE oabwibrr haa removed from the
hnuc ftirntftlv owned bv L't4.
'TUSnt tMi. dcd. trt the home latr Ir
occupied by Mr. David Torter, in the eat etv!
of the town i ahere be win continue hi .f .
"inLT." fie" alncereijr rhanka : bia frirntk nd
iba public for tbe patron g hcretofuro raicn-
Thee kttera'were private and tonli-
dentiat, and wriucu without an expecta
tion of their bcinic published ; ot tfit
ber would be aeen.bf any other petaon
han him to wlmm thee were addreved'
t eannrt, therefore, Ite laid, that the?
were Intended for elertloneerin? ourno
aea. tie wouW rnmmml thr-ro t tH
perti aid ol the futtriotle and eutu inaenm
itn'tu Editor nf the N'aiirmal Journal, who
have lately inainua'ed thai the Gen. on
not iiril and that he Rett tome other per
ton to write bit public adriretaes. We
re aatqred, however, that nothini; rould
ave induced them to make tbeae vers-
ciout drclaraiionn but the. love of conn
try.) Thetc letters, ihouch nrivute. and
never intended for the puMlc ere, in ttvle.
diction and 14 orthig'altkijr would ttit.
credit no writer whiltt ihe aemimcni
thcr contiin, ihe mnnmimitT and liher i
ality they diaplar. and the . tnordi'y tbey ,
tneulcater'teflect the- big UeM credit- ooj
I t K a I P aiit kA. earl mnal kai linlMOra lln art.
.UdtAlilmi andheeolicitalneenrtiuaoo of "" 7. - """" "'
I 1.. i ! .
tlietr favora. iprovcu uy me gooa ana Tinuoui tnrongn
Ite bletLrei Vie onremittinir atlrnlion to hiai0"1 the
- biiameaa, end kiodnrva to 41mm Ho'Wtv . b
I DcLlw-, in all . rahiluliu: jv Qui J Jp Qt
Irtcaard tocill npoft-bm.; - --W,4;ru, Jh .WiaWd Ue pamphlet i
VtermaV, hrtU t: X C. JipHl U. ia.'3. lhi trac, h bffn ukent if
HOUSE, SJCX, .IM OttXAMtXf.tL
THR aubaeeihrr rcipcctfuttj inform thi iti
irna of Safibury, ami tlie uirroiimlinjr
Country and villagra, thai e baa liiratri him.
aelf in lhi place, where he inteml camiiif on
Houe, Sign and Ornamental Feinting,
Pair r Flanging, Gtaainf? and Gilding, in all their
rarioui brancbea. lie flultera himiolC from hi
long experience in the above hranchr, that he
will be able to give genrral Mtifir1ion.
x.' ipna will be a neatly painted and ent to or-
der. aaonprmmal application. A the time are
.. . naro..inc.pircnieT inrnof iu wura aa Kw hit
auh, at he ran live by, lie thercfuro auricifa
a ebae of public patronage. .
; - NATM S B, CRRFX. . .
... aanioipy. jrpry ina.- iBfT. -jt ir""
House YiunWiis, &ni
nPA'RT R. epEVCKll. from Diiladelphia.
reapectfully infnema the .cltlzrn of Salia
bury and the nrroundinir country and vill.i?c.
that b lntendii eam lnp on the Painting fun'-
," in lti Vartotn braiicbe;',riioai?n hrTiwy
feel ditrxwed to favor him with work, will pcae
- apply at bia hp in Kaltabury. where, or at the
. Ilatilin Jlotr.l, , be.niay .be fouml, eicept when
. mental Wariratieh v Fire-BnaTda. Wfr.ireeB.
and Pictures painted in lnUcane, "naval victo.
rie. ate for ornamenting Kjwn.. He will do
all kilxli of mall .lob, auch aa painting Wind
aor Chaira, (iiga, kc. on a modf mte terms a
ea be done in thio emmtn-. Any person in the
adjoining villagea and rountira, by addretiog a
note to the poat-oflice in Salisbury, ihall have
their nner punctuallv extended to.
SaKttHTf, May Bik, 1$28. 3tlS
THE mi'oM-riber rrpectftilly inform the cit
liena of Salisbury, and the atirrounding
Country, that he ha etablihed a link liinilery
In aid town, on Main Street, a few door south
of thefTnurt-HouKei where he will be thankful
to receive any kind of work in hi line of htisinev.
From a number of yeara experience, in Knnine
and America, he feela confident of being able to
give entire satisfaction to all those who nmy fa
vor him with any description of Binding
Blank Boki made to order, after any pattern
furnished, on short notice, and at pricea which
no onr can complain of.
Old Bottlci Rcboundy either plain or ornamen
tal, on the most moderte terms. All orders
from a distance, faithfully attended to. The pat-ronageof-thepuMic
ia cepectfutly .solicited, by
their oht serrt JOHN II. DE CARTERKf.
he had not
been attiiled by the coalition pretiet, and
in the Senate of the Pennsylvania LrjjWj
ture, in conserjuenre of a discourse he
delivered in I hlde1Mi on the 4th last
July ; but wo csnnot regret, nor ought
we, that he baa found it necessary to de
fend himself against the calumnies of the
friends of Adams and Clay, aa by thai
meant, letters have been laid before the
public which exhibit Gen- J.4vk"" he
really is, in private life. All hit fiirnds
and rriphbor, who are intimately ac-J
quainted with him, will recognize the
picture as a correct likenew y and the
numerous friends and relations of that
.truly pious and distinguished Divine, the
Her 'f bo. B-. li ii(head will noionly be
htRhly griTliiMl7f."u: i bankfur.' foT-Thff ac
tive and teabms part he look in having
him restored to the hosom of the church.
so that his M hoary head might descend
m peace to the rave."
44 It wa an error in (he Hon Mr- Pjn
t nv to speck of mr diaeourae as. bavins
been delivered at Xorrhtoivn . He was
probably led into this mistake by tome
ristTpfentstioTii in 1he News Papers
of a ermon wbicrvTpceacbed In tharpluce
on the '3d September last. V
" In illustration of the assertion, that
we can form correct notions ol the moral
Since, bowf ver, I bsre been called
into rjurs'ioii abfut my politic t before the
Senate, I will hire stale for I fear noth
ing from candour; that Mrs. Jackson,
(for the pojitkt of the dy, include bet)
is an eminently pious woman, and lias
summed this character for about a quar
ter of a ren'u-y. On the subject of bap
tism, I belieye she is a Haptist, and has
been Immerse. I hare heard no evil
ssid ef her, ry tKnse oho knew her, un
less It be this, that h firejert a firnyrr-
mrrting to e fiaiue ; andthit will not tint
ber in the ei'imation of auy other who do
not forget their religion in their politics,.
"Of the Genenl I shall say, that he it
as far from hyfiocrity at any ro;n living;
and shall give a few extracts fnm some
of his letters, which. I ibink. ill show
him in his private character, in a true
liu'M t must beg bis pardon fur making
ithout the opporfunitybf "asking" his
i consent, tbe present use of bis fitendly
Irommunication to me
' 4 Under date of VishvIHe, April 31st,
iiS53lhe thus whites "meM'Vhe subject of
a rlrrsrvman who had been suspended for
rrninr-rears tv-aeeownt- f kmm. imputed
errors -fn doc trine --' -fiiri
Being informed by mr friernL the Rev.
Mr. C. of this place, that the eaae of the aged,
piom and reverend Thorns B. Craighead, it to
be discussed before the General Assembly at
t'hiladctphia, at ha approaching seasioni I feel it
my dtttv to aldrea you on that subject.
Having known Mr. Craighead from my boy
hood hiving been in the neighborhood in
which he commenced bi miniatry being" waf-'
.! k. r. lM .1.:. ii- . ...... :
he had settled hinvelf and presided over a con- This day '1st of May ) beinR the anni-
pfptim In ee ami rmoecLble wl having mr VCrsarf Ol our .nanonai oaini icuuiiiiuiny
the last thirty-four yean of my life fived within called Si. Tanvnany) we have been re
hre mile, of hi House, I an lauthonied in - qaes,C() ,0 furnish our reader with some
mg that I have a full knowledge of bun, both in i . r. i..:,. U"
i. ,L i a account of this extraordinary beinsr. e
rule (my mother beinjf a member of thai
Church) I bare always had a preference for
It. Amongst the greatest blessinpa ae-
cured to us under our Constitution, 4s the
liberty of wonhlpplng God as out coo
cience-dicfates. All- free--Christiana
love each otner end while' Kefe befdw
ought to harmonize J for all must unite
In l be realms above. -J nave thought one
evidersceof true religion Is, when all those
who neireve in. tbe atonement oro4ir 'fu
ci fied Saviour are found In fcarmonr and
r A . . '
Wjr"nemler1iiT9 Tb jrped me-witb
etery crime but hrpocrisv i I believe
ihey have never alledMd this against me I
and I can assure you no change of cir
cumstances, no esatted office can work a
chantre UDon me. I will remain uni
formly the same, whether in the chair of
state, or at Ihe Hermitage. My. habits
are too well fined now to be altered."
M ''uch as these extracts from his let
;ers, vriitcn wMnowt any conception o
their ever beinij made public, indicate
Mm tobe.wha' I believe Oen. Jackson is
I have never afTirmed, that he ia a renew
ed man, by the power of divine erare
Thai question must be Icfl with himself
and Ms Maker
44 I have declared mr knowledge of the
fact, that he is the avowed friend of Chris
lianity and I rlim the liberty of think
ing and speaking as freely on this subject
as those numerous Editors of papers, who
for the soke of 'abusing- the candidate for
the Presidency whom they uppose, have
been very abundant in their vituperations
u-Nonicr, no wordly emolument do I
seek. I feel no conviction of h.iving
prostituted the pulpit r for the -promotiou
of sinister, party nurDoscs- My deire
rovern mvself, and- all my lellow auuzena
in all the trnnsictions of private and pub
lic life, f freely confess that I esteem
Gen. Jackson much ; and I love my coun
try much ; but I love Christ more-
E. S. ELY.
VaOX TR SAVABSiN CIOROIAB.
the ashes of the Tammanlal wlgwim
wsa a matter of great Importance to
the Pennsylvinians. Tbey explored tbe
neighbourintr regions; and found tdenis
of limcsfone, . , nil were thus . relleTeci
from the Inconvcnirneo end etrense of
iniportlnj; lime frtio'i foreign part. ,
i he pood name which Tain many left.
w DrDtUireurTf inrT'mIi'ranfa fnim
Europe whom he befriended I tbev cele
brated feim io vcrs and aorif;tc6mpose4
soon after his deatb.I her canonlied
mm, ano enrolled his name araonit those
nf rhe tutelary lafnii of civilized Kurone r
and as the people of ihe'differehfCbrla."''""
.lew Nune raUy-iindMahfcjtUndardi- oL.
their respective be roe a or chiefs, so the
Freedish citizens enlist iherntcvca under
the banners of Tammany.
If It should be in my power to collect
any of the early songs in which ihia re
markable man is mentioned, I shall take -particular
care to procure them for the
Society. In ihe mean lime I bee the
brothers to accept favourably this earneil
of seal to gratify their wishes, to receive;
the renewed assurances of my attach'
ment to the Columbian order.
SAMUEL L MITCHELL.
To Eaj. hair man t f c.
i i ' s weisw.' bum uunv iaaisas.i j r aasi n i , , fa I
we aretustified in judging the. tree by iU fruiu ; "wk" our entire ignorance of his biojj
1 1 can with great truth testify that no man hu'fanhy : and in the absence 01 scch. lulor
laboured with more zeal in the mimetry, aial mation as we can give them, beg leave
tlwt none have been more respected for pietv. () rop the follow'uiu, derived fiotn .the
JffTe"f..M celebrated Dr. Samuel L. Mitchell, some
uas cone miicn gooo. ana wmim mire nam? sun -
iwii yc.n ami c
mhre, btrt for the unhippv difference which
raroK- between him and wrac of bit clergy in
Kentucky on aome doctrinal points. This, on
(filiating in warmth of diicuision, waa carried
perhsn too far ; and enlitting advocatea nearlv
poiied on boh sides, limited the extent of It is 1
services, and ha ended in bis auapenston- for'
some vear a circumstance which ha brin
much reirrrtted by a great proportion of tlie
But for ought that we see, Tomo
('it a cm, who lived at Y a mac raw, ia quite
hi much en'itled to a similar canonization
His portrait can be seen in our Reading
U'uibMgfn, Dec, 5, 1825.
My dear Sir : I do myself the pleasure
good citizens and Christian professors here ; , ,n rnnimiim. ata to sou without delay, the
MA Ifrirllt'J 'information which the Tammany Society
Stale ofXtrth CanKno, A'nrry cmntf .-
TN t-'iuity, March term, 1828: William P(
to the satisfaction of the court, that the defen
dant, James P. Walker, is not an inhabitant of
wis state, it ia therefore ordered, that publica
tion be made for aix weeka in the Western Car
olinian, that he mav Senear at our next Superi
or Court of Equity to be held for the county of
first Monday in September next, to. plead, , an.
swer or demur t the complainant's bill, or the
same wjn be taken pro cbnfesso, and hear!
r -" -v....
JOHN YOUNG'S ESTATE
THE undersigned having qualified, at Febru
"ary seaaiona at Rowan countv court, a. ad
miniatrator on the estate of John Young, dee'd.
requests all persons indebted to said eatate to
make payment, and all persons' having claims
againrt the wme, to preacnt them for payment,
within the time prescribed by law, or this notice
Will be plead in bar. r. J. WOOD, Jldm'r.
m, JH?!J mMfi
character of a being whom c bave neve
seen, I reminded my hearers, that they
had all formed some conceptions of the
moral character of Washington ; and U
terly of Gen. Jackson. My notions of his
character might be correct, or Incorrect
but I would tell them an anecdote which
I thought conveyed a just idea of him
then stated what I now reiterate :
4,That between three nd four years
; . .... v
prior to the Ocneral s bemir urst nomina
ted i a enrtirt:iie for the l'iei(lenf.vi Mr
Sommerville, then an accomplished young
officer in the Navy, but since deceased
informed some of mv familv connexions
that he had laUly spent a week in the
General's company, at his own housed
that the General appeared to him to be
greatly changed in several respects; and
that the Gen. bad said to him, in a very
serious aud- impressive manner " You
may drnena nfmn if -oomnseww , nai
without true religion there i no hafifiincn
in tiefiraent Hfey and none to be exfiected
in the next." I told mv hearers, that this
is a true saying; and I was aware that
coming from a distinguished fellow citi
zen it might have some influence with
same wrsj who more regard the word of
their deservedly favorite Hero than the
word of God. . "
" Thi statemenf has been sbamifQTry"
siUloned v but I ibinlt the anecQic pr;
hf ef any pulpit.-end, calcuUied to do
good. . uld to UocAhat roatiy jiQmirers
nf Oen. 'ackson 'woaid record' h among
many of his patriotic and excellent aenti
. . a t
tnents, on the tablets ol tnetr neant ;
They would then cease to think him like
ly to-prove a pj'ron of their extermina
ting party steal, and licentious lives. I
have repeated the same anecaote, years
ago in Flemington,N. J. ; and in Augest
ast in Huntingdon m this state, nj nn-
lT-..r..a.. vU-v. ? - . " I... ...Al l
To ."e a venerate man, whose hab-t luw'wanl concera,nK r,r '
crown grey in the aervice of his God; a man 'from' the respectability ol the sources
whose w alks have been the piety, morality, and
benevolence of the true religion ; respected by
BEGI'LATIOV OP DfPj
For the benefit of dyspeptics, and
good livers, we have extracted a few
principles with regard to diet, from a
recent publication in Engbnd which
arc recommended to their dispassion
ate consideration. . .
Tea differ from ' wmr"andslttiiUf'"
liquors, in containing no nutritious
quality, except what it acquire from
the addition of sugar and cream."
Black tea possesses a peculiar narcotic
quality io a higher degree than green. .
J he-exhilaratuiff x fleet. of. lea wry
bIerenl'1f6W'ttiartfrr is not
nearly so powerful a stimulant i the
circulation is little accelerated the
excitement is of a calm, placid, and
benignant nature while- that arising'
rom wine is violent and tumultuous s
the action of the heart and blood
vessels ia highly accelerated : the
brain ia excited, and ll the functional
of the body quickened. Tea, when
taken aome houra after a meal, is pe.
culiarly grateful. Dr. Paris in enu-
Lwhenre it is derivcU I believe you may
lelv on its gcnrnl coriectness.
The J.rnniJcnnaii. or Ddjwarcs.
wr re a nation ol American aborigines, li
ling formerly where Pennsylvania now
all now deprived of the benefit of communion,
and for that which many.very many of t!ie most
piou f'resbvterian. eminot regard as inennsi
ini ui-h ii Hnlv Srrinturej. which are the
guide of all Christians i ha tiled us here with ' is. They were considerably numerous
much regret s and it may be truly said, that !nn (,e arrival of Wm. Pcnn to lake po
nothing would give more general tirartinn, j (,esson 0f the lands then possessed by
or tend more to the prooperity ef (bia cliiiicls. j lcm un(,er lhe cot)Ur of, r.ritish title.
than his restoration. j,,, f . t.,;-.ir.a
: -...:. ; hmh ri,.,rh .nt i..e . 1 ammakv was one of their pnncipal
and the present is a period when every means siichems- I he new proprietor respected
consistent with the principles of true religion (be lights of the natives : he refrained
might to be employed to reatore harmony and from jcts of urce and violence against
union to the Cbri.tian cause. .Tis religion to (- an( ;e pi,iJ ,hem a slipulated price
CW--1Z"1 r ,,Zlfbr all their land,. In consequence of
ITIVC illllK rUS ail nv 1 - I ... a a i .1 ti
"hme .irincinle-. while 1 shall be acquitted of this humane and politic course 01 ucaiing,
any view to dictate to the calm deliberation of
the Assembly, I hope that tins actress win oe
meratiitg the advantage of ica, men
tions that it has introduced and cher
ished n spirit of sobriety. .
Coflce contains mucilage and bitter"
extract,: and sIsq a alight- empyreu
maiic -finge from the roasting, whicfi
is apt to disagree with some stomachs.
Both tea and ci ffce have the property
of inducing watchfulness, and there,
fore ought not to be taken for some
hours before going to bed.
- Three-meals -a ilny-ere an -ample.
allowance for fond, Mastication is ef
great importance, and it -is -therefore
belter, for people to eat rather, slow;
than fast. Exercise "sh-mld not be)
pushed to-excess, immediately before
a meal. Suppers, if taken at alt,
trnp.t. from mv desire to represent fairly the
character of the aged and pious Mr. Craighead.
This alone has been my motive ; and to have
done les would have been injustice to my own
feelings, as well as to the inte rest of the church."
Under date, of Washington, Jan. 1st,
I82 i, on the same sublet, the' General
V . . srs a fi l! I
writes to me, 44 ieiore i ciosc i.ms icucr,
will vou strain permit me to bring to vour
recoHecttorHhe case olmyaec'ionrLpi
out friend, the Rev. Mr. Craighead, and
request that, you wiirendearour to have
his" case finally considered before your.
next General Assembly? My prayer is,
that he may he restored to hi CbHrcb,
3Ttd-fclloffBhip,i' 'he Christian breth-
-. rn a I iLu tnno la!iv klft
ren- i nis, anu5or mut., v
ui - - .... . aa
hnarr head in oeace to tne rravei?fe
' Suf&'ee it here to'SayV that oon dfter
ibis; MSsof Craigbtad:a5i Mt
y reviewed; he was resiorea xo tne mm-
istrv and the Presbytery within whose
bounds he resided, with the full approba
tion of the assembly ; and has since re
tired to his everjasting rest. -
One short extract more, is from a let-
. i . i:- 11 l.,l 10. hi
er naiea at nia iicihhhw, -wj
827, in which the General says :
Mr. I'enn conciliated the good will ol
these children .ol nature, anij more espe
cially won the friendship of their distin-
. ' . . ... Tif n i
guished leader, l ainmany. i nis Dela
ware chief is reported to have been un
commonly attached to the (iuaker pro
prietor; in the latter part of his days he
gave -ji.arong. proof jotJluir-for when
Wm. Penn took his laVt" departure' from
PhiUfielhhii. with intent lo revisit Eu
rope, and return to the shores of the
Delaware ho moreTTmmny waao
deeply afflicted at this eent, t.iat in a fit
of desperalion he set fire to his wigwam
and was consumed by the flames.
The place where this happened is
White Mash, distant, you know, about 12
ihe w cwam Vood was a stratum oi
limestone: TbJs'iind. oT stonef w 'sei
hiierture. had never before
fhl irr archileciure,.had never
Keefi iscovertdTtif ytbe14vltttew,,8tliejrA,
and all the lime they had hitherto em
ployed Jiad been brought Irom mstant
places, i he quicMime iuuim .ifwiiR
Defilorablr ttate of thing, in I'enntyt'
vania In Northampton county, Pcnn.
fifteen hundred families ate destitute of
the bible so says the National Gazette.
In Cumberland countv, N. Jersey, 6vo
hundred and thirty nine families were
recently found destitute of the sacred
volume, and supplied by the visiting
agent of the Bible Society.
Longevity in Husiia It appears front
a table of the deaths in ihe Russian Em
pire, in 1827. that among the individuals
deceased, of the masculine sex, thert were
818 of 100 years old ; .13 above 115; 24
above i 20 ; 7 above J 23 ; and one of 160
The word "Lcnni lennapi" the original In
dian name of the Delaware, and means in Mig
lish, Indian men, or a po;.!ft 1'rinjlov.srds the
i-i:ing cf the vuV
The ateam-boat Florida, with a full
load oC cotton, was accidentally burnt
on the 13th ult. nt Iiutherfords bluff,
ten miles below Cahawba. C I. A.
Pope register of the land office at Ca-
hatah.H, in addition to his baggage, lost
10,000 dollirs of the public money,
which he was taking to "Mobile to de-
posit in the U. States Branch BaoL. ':
Phe progress of tbe flames was so
rapid thrnone,f tl passengers saved-,
lheit,ba'ewcri..njnd;4 . .n!T woman, i
H9 'fciw' U:iKrvx2' Aae.KSS.',
The smallest sized English Type,
called fMamond. It is smaller tlfto (
any ever used in a newspaper, .but the
French bave mule a type oborit half-fife '
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