THM WEBTEMN GAMOLMIAK
SALlSllUItY....SATUIlI)AY, MiRCII 8, 4831
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' .Yorth Carolina Republican
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T ti a fiovemmcnt like ouri the preservation of Liber-
A ty depends, mainly, on t general diffusion of correct
I ...(a-iiiation among the peopk If Uie people be igiu
".t r jt'cf their rights, how can tliey gWrd them against
I f icroachment f-Our forefathers achieved freedom at
t i irriceof much blond and treasure, 'and wtsUieir sons,
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ADDRESSED TO R A..S.
- ...The worH m bright before Uiee f
-it's summer flowen arc trnnc, .r;
' . Ciituvi Cocm, Feb. Is-H.
Mr. Heard t iSyg icing the im Vm 'd arlu k, ni fined
"Timothy," tin intertwn in your vduufik faprr, yoti
will fl doubt vrpt the can of Temperance, IU Itg urn,
and Humanity, in addition to obliging
""AN OLD SUBSCRIBE!,.
iin.ui.rvfl it nn V nv en lirnieilCU WBlcllluiln-n. i
fc llifrence and vigilance are our greatest Kifi gUHrdH,
riciKirance and aithy are the itourcea of tho imt
t ip!,'er. " I'ower in alway Hti'aliiig from the many U
t lfewand the reason in, that the many almuber
v ijilo tho few are silently at work. No free people
i ir yet ht their Iibertitu by ojx-n awaulU, but many
1, e liwt Uieui by aecret cncroacluuentA
Ignorance amonsr the people besctif another evil,
v tu b, above all others, was tlm bane of Die Ancient
Wpublica; that evil u MAN-WUKSIJIl'. nwiory
ii l.tn iik. thaL wherever nian-wimdiin takes root, there
.ntpU tiw priuciplea of Liberty, as ldulalry mt pure
When our forefatliera etblibed the prew-nt form of
(Imenmxmt, tliey fondly hoKl that we would ewne
. v. thte f former Bcpt!h1icttivl;ndw
nfl Kimnls or a written (.oiimIiiuiioii, enjoy,
tim to cxHiie. tlie ine.ttimuble bletwine "f
Kilt now, at the end of the slmrt pt;riod (jf forty-aix yns
wh,.t iu ,urr -,,iwlitinn ' W'n have alrcftrlv reached an
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alarmiiiL' crinia in our political affairs, tlie ve7 priu--iiJ.
..r tli nnnHtitutiim are in imminent Deri). We
' r in ih miiUt nf a revolution, nilent. and as vet bll
,.. hut Ktill rauid in iUi Droffteiia, tlie barrier of the
' Cwrfifutwu-jure broken down aid traihjded ia thelu(.
-all Uie powera, whether ot Uie awtri or w uie mir:,
r concentratinir in tlie Federal Executive ; and even
Conprea! itaelf ia outotripped iu Uie race of usurpation.
It m time for the people to awake from their aiiathy,
and to look to their ripht-if tlieynlumberBHiehlwufer,
Hifv will awake too late their Government will be
Fur the purpose of aiding other rappr!, ,n he Slate
id diffuainjr correct information among the people, and
Vi arouse them to a aero of their danger, it ia proponed
t,. hlish. t tlinfJiriccof tlie "Wentern Caroliniau,'' a
fa)er under tlie title which utand at the head of Uiis
.wpttu to be printed on a large Ue ahect, in oc
Uvo form, of aixtocn paeea, corresjxmding in aize with
tine "Examiner," edited ia Philadelphia, by Gundy
1. The North Carolina Republican will advocate the
- doi'trinea of the old llepublkan pajty. aa taught by Jef-
re rson and ma compatrHita ot-1 irs.
"' 2.' It will advocate tlie prlncfplea' nrTr Trade,-Htifl"
'oppiwe- all syefiiVoriw;ftir(H, which have a tendency
' U tax the many fir the benefit of the few.
.'3. It will aiipxtft a liberal-pnliey in -our State (lovem
- rnf lit, and arfwwato all-rt9oable-pU fiw-tlw imfnv
- im-iit of th flmturHl awl uuMfiJ-couJitiua of .NutAk Curo-
our owo-citizens te.th9i4jle9.J.T--- ,
tilken to show, what tmr aiater States have done, ana
- are dtH, in workaof iumrovenetrt. lJfitl-iitwtira,
Otinectod with Uie great interest t tls SSato, Agii.
rultiinil,CtHniiietcinl and Mineral, "williie procured and
abliiihed in the Rptib1ioan . ."""..'.':'".,-;..,;."'. lT. "
' '''i:A "portion tit enctr tmrnW Trill b oreupied wiUi
' important OwjrrewluiKil aifif lgB--firmff piwewhnw
1 during Uie time thc bodies may be in wwtoti; alno
. vitll the brtort and mut ''intmijiinirwwi!.'.:
L Hu.-i.jn and domestic and with such iiiiscellaiioiiH nmt-
tr aa may prove intereathut to the general rcadef.
1 5. The qul'Htiiin of Vonvcntii.n, or n-fonn of the f -on-t
dilution, has for thirty yeara dividetl the pwiple, and ar-
rm u.ii! nnn vf f I lull OI me mate L'UilinL uie uuiiu , auu, a."
many monBuroa vitally important to the honor and pros
! iaTity of North Carolina ; and, until settled, it will con
s' .! . i .i.v t, u ht rlrii-Mrnl thnt hulh nartica arc
4 liiiui; w uy - i r
f .mjr.ai4 hMiest j their .views t.fbdjUa-i3tf
thov have w Ions ditlerwl. w, that noitner mny naa ever
yet been made fully acqniinted with the jiift preti'iiHious
at Una dittrni-tititf .qiutJUU.W'.'Slbl, er
tiAw. have been am'caWv linftrd. With the iew,
Ua-refore, of giving to all the opportunity of hearinu
" both mUeaT It ia aiireed to lay. k-fure tl'" public, in tin
nai'i-B of the Republican, the argumenta hr and aaTimst
tiie meaaure ; and, that Una ahall be done impartially,
it will be au'Drovided. that the armiinenta on one hkio
fliiill be Dresented, by Wwtcrn, and on the other by
l-ksUrn mea. Nothing more elli'ctunlly prevent Jil-'
ral li'irislation.thail sectional divisions and local jealou.
tiUuv didtritct the public mind, and destroy that
'community of feeling, and unity of action, so eential to
the dorecsH of all schemes of improveihtMit, whether
"jiliyeicul or nififat : " Every real fnend of - North Carolina
TOiUt 4himliirB..wi3b. tQ 8cc all caue of auch divisions
-and jcalonaiea removed, and to hail tlic 'day'wlilch slmtt
. m! njwopbn acting together fiir-Uw general fond
.. 'aim prosperity a me giai?, , .
a in ttie proper aeawin, correct tables of Uw rrice
- "Current nvrll be regnlariy given.
i'The North Carolina Republican will lie published
.iiii-irnjithlv. Uiat ia. on tlo first and third Monday in
each mwth, during Uie pf;riod of one year only, nnlem
Its ntnfiu?e may lie audi aa to demand it continuance,
pach numtier will contain 16 page, can-fully put up,
to fliaTartte wil uf rywinHtA twbtaTila't illJa.Vtt
,liiitift of W uaffea filled with intereat.nL' and usefnl
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to lie paid m mlvhiife. :':
1 The 1st No. will appear on th 31 Monday in MAY,
SMaiWliiBltiSKripiBirlwr- jt4tty-4h fU48aHo- -.
t Aa the obiect of Ui Wiblicatiou ia not to m ike money
rait to guonort the riijht of the people, an HniK-al it now
made to the friends of Constitutional liberty, to nitenwl
lim8tveaiB iWuring suliwcriliers. ".
- All who tnny lie good ?nnn?h to pmwire RiiwrriVr!,
. ill, by the first day of March, comrnfinirate to the pub.
Idler the number and nainea nnirureil, retaimti the
money in their handa until rmtihea umt-me paper i
I jp All Iettehi and Communicirtiorw mu4, lie ad
diesiil fwwt naid)to the "N.rftli Carolina Repiibhc.tn,'
MbiiiVy, North Carolina; wbi-rtf Uiey-ifl be prompt
ly attonUeil to. - ; i "
JantiaTy 15th, 1$JL ,
It'a calm blue sky ia o'er thee ;
Thy bosom virtue i alirme ;
And thine th atmbeam given
. To nature'i moming hour ;
Pure, warm, aa when from heaven
U burnt on Eden'i bower.
There w ng of aorrow
The death dirge of the gay
That tells the dawn of morrow,
These charmamay melt away
Tliat un' bright beam be shaded,
That aky be bluo no naire,
The aOnmier flower be faded,
And youth'a young promise o er.
Believe it not--thongh lonely
Tho 'winning home may be ;
Tlniilh beauty 'a bark can only
Float on a Bummer' aea
Though Time our bloom be atcaling,
There'i atill beyond hia art
The wild-dowicf wreath of feeling,
The aim-beam of Uie heart.
Tnm Hh lMlwn. att(lHl Tltiifk.
IS IT POSSIBLE!
tr r.,lilnr i Kiramra aa vou mav mink it wlat I am
iroinif to tell you ia indeed true ah I lauientabiy true.
T am not going to tell you about tmit-rvlb'rirt nor
Mlt um-booi accuimth-mx about kink-wiy rtAkry, nor
murder of certain description. JSo but olieUiiug
worse tlian etUier, I am not troing to toll you about
home-burning, nor tmm-itealing nor about chtlrra or
f amine. What lam about to relate oely aad
atory, I don t Juw but wwiia will bo oUemlot at it
Thia fault will be mine ; no one elae ia to blame.MVell,
now. fur:Uiffl Mhmntfttlhtart-khrningrrJ!uumiujiit:
tntitmctCHCC-limng and heart btnumbuit ttory.
And it ia thia. !
There are profeaaora of religion, Uiat now ana. note
in thia dav of lurht and know Iwlira. and ('hriaiian en-
terpriae, and beiicvokmcc.jlhttt continue to druiL make,
and vend uhikeyje, wliite-fiicvd wliMt y, aid bran
dy, aim rum I ! I poaaime ! uiueeu, air, t w poa
aible. I know a prufoaaor of religion, who ha been rn-
tniUid, tHrniaded and prayed, by Uie nearestrelative
on earth, and by Christian rrieiula, to quit Uie m of the
poiaonoua drauglit ; and yet tliat nian drink. , not long
aiiice, Uiat man waa sitting in a houae of entertinuieut
with a number of otlmr irentleiiipn, siane twviieagora,
Uaiugu aiieciai triotal, and ant, aa well as t TWoIIrct,
" CMiie let ua eo down to the other tavern, atd ret s
drill .' " Ia it jxitwible J Iwleed it ia tree. Tliaaame
ungiKiIy rrtenu said to another profeswr of relgam, a
metnlier of the eame church4 1 waa hurt wieh Mr.
said, let us go down to the other tavern aid cot a
drink I fear he loves it too well and ho is i pruft
sor.'' Oh, air, how the cause of Christ surfers uidor the
hands of whiskey-drinking professors I Thy re clmra
to Uie church.
Proposes to Publish, in Salisbury, N. C.
A monthly Magazine,
VNDBS THI TITLE Ot
IIE FAMILY ASSISTANT shall be dedicated to
.ioion, Education, and (ifcMKSKL Ijieratibk.
FHiK-eiiillv it k intended to assiat Parents in Uie dilhcult
and hiL'lilv imiHirtaut task of educating Uieir families.
The Editor' has two very uitehntirig 'sasuciatiimi under
his charire a Bible Class, and a General-Knowledge
CliMwfiir each of which he prepares wrtfa'piiiot
and, for hia own satisfaction, written answers. Should
the proposed magazine tro into speration, those questions
and aiiawiurs w ill 1m published in ik r -it.-W.iH ih
deavof of 4h Edrtsto mks 4h fopwetLpublication
a imwt mg aa lie-poHsibly-ean to Ml m pages-wttlt
sitch articles aa shall bo worth reading ; and, as ir will
annnax oul v. otuM u. jtaNith, sach ouo wlw.taJj.fa it. may
. " i t ii a .
hiil time, tftrcwl it JL hr artuut tn grwrai, ne
nlutrt. Such items of Foreign. siul l)iaiiwtic Intolli-
gVnc secular as-well as rt-liglou as shall be nVenv
ed uiterfxfin!', ViFIV uiaerteiL In finf, It "ia intended
tn Trmkfr Thw Fnmilr Assistant 'mintstoTlTOfit"'
amusement for Uio long winter nights and mtiy auui-
1: ft- will Mitssnedtm Uif 'M of every ramtth and
will ciHitujH , "iiuiia,lui(aJiJ Octavo iWrg, in donhle
rolumnis -prinld- on a He w- and- legtble- type 1 m
ry suitwrM m'T. , - .
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.x.-ns.4HHsc(Htitui -pneo, wiu ne una isiuar anu
t itty uents u jaiKi in auvaiM-p, ami a wu iAiuara n to
id until the expiration of throe months.
3. No suWription can las received Er a shorter w-
iod tlian one yenr; and ho puiier discontinued until all
arrearirea are paid, except at the hditor s discretion.
of April, provided a eomptent number ot subscribers
ean be olitAinwl ; and our friends who may hold sub
criptkii list are requested to fov, ard them on by Uie
pondent, as correct account of the beat way tf making
Apple Butter, so little known in Uie Southern Slates,
ami so much valued.m tlio NorUiern i , ,
- First; boil down the best flavored eider, of selected
fruit, (and sweet ia the be4 to keep) to two third of
the quantity out in. To every barrel ot rider, put in
six.uushels of apples, ot best quality, parofl, qiumree,
aud cleaned of Uie 'cores, Ind free from rots and bruises.
"A sikmi as boiled down one-third, as above, feed in
Uie quartered apples as JuiL:jM.lliey..MW.9yx:Wl!!cb.
UiiiMt be dotte ia kiailflSSSRa
kettles, rri order to supply Uie tlnialier from Uie other,
which keeps it from boiling the apples too much. It
will require from twelve to eighteen hours constant and
moderate boiling, when it must be stirred at the hlttoiii
to prevent its bum inf. by a lonir handle, with a piece of
wikkI Uiree or tour niches in length attached to Uie
"To know wlien it is done, end and try some of it
on plate, till Uie liquid ceases to run frpm it To
wants Uio close of it, sutue put in cinnamon, cloves, and
" If only one kettle is used, each parcel of raw apple
HHist not lie bialed bryiiglit down too much belbreanf
oUier supply is added. If it scorches in the operation,
it is ruined. A soon as done, it must be taken out im
mediately from the kettle into wooden vessels to cool,
and afterwards into crocks, or stone ware, or wood ; but
in order to keep it best in summer, crocks of stone ware
are to be preferred. Urmnurt I or met . ,
DOCTOR ANDERSON'S MODE OF KEEPING
MILK AND BUTTER.
The pemiekms meUiod of keeping milk in leaden ves
sels, and suiting butter -in atone jars, begins to gain
ground in Uiis country, as well aa elso-whero, from an
Mlea of cleanlmesa. Tlie fart is, it ts mat the reverse oj
Uiinir can be more cleanlv than wooden dishes : but nn
der Uio inanm-nient of a Hlattrn, they discover Uie e
eMttvhwuitwe disliea d wtr-4n return, the latUir
avmnunicates to Uie. butter and Uio milk which hu
been kept in them a poisonous quality, which inevita
bly proves destructive to Uie human constitution. To
the prevalence of Uiia practice, I have no dmibt, (says
shaking liim by the arm, he rolled from the cask'
a dmd nwn. Ho was one of that miserable class
of t, known in mk ports as rum igelien, They
provHw ineinseives wim gimuiet aruj reed, Mid '
hnving jiorced a cusk, place themselves astride of '
it, ntkl.uuwiiig the m?d uuder their waistcoat, in
sert it into the hole (lujy have tirade, and pretend ,
lag tn be asletp, draw at their leisure, Tliii por
vxoUk. had jfrMintoMt on s, ciskf..mrito if. wim. ; . ..
Wf W(gwedy tliifst rnwi drawB frorttft imnifiat -.
REMEDY FOR THE BLUE DEVIIA
The sovereign'st thinjr in the world." aa
8liaksK are says, for the Illue Devils, is to ride a
hard trotting horse one that will toes you out of
thtfrtirruns at every step one that will compel
yuu io uoiu on iu uie- mane wiltt OM IllllMl, and
with both,' if you could spare Uieiu one whose
motions are so violent and so terribly up-aiKWtlvn
as l. nmke you wish for half a dozen hands at one,
two whereof you wmld employ in managing tho -
n-iim, iwo mora in grasjung me animal mane, and f
find uso for the residue in keeiiing your insidea in
their proper plnces. Such a horse, under full mo.
tion, will nuiko vou forgot the llluos, depend npon -it.
It is a luirsh reusHly, we grant, lait aa elRmtu.
al one, at least, whilst you are under its operation.
i Frnuile Inilvrtry.l appears from the LynrT
Tribune that the huliea of Lynn, indignant at the
low prices which are now oflored for binding slimes,
!',".?. kr2Wft.theiuiIn thrfffteserveirigiits,".
aiul firmed thcmsclvea into a 8ocity called "Tho
Fonmlo Society of Lynn ami vicinity for the pro- .
toctif tn and promotion of Feinnle Industry." Thia
Society hnsliren rrgtrtarlf wpiiiwsd Iho adopi'
ti.m f 4 constitution and the chric of -oflieera.
We cxtruct the 5lh article of the" CMiSituthtn," '
which seems to contain the gist of the whyle" mat.
the IWtor.l we must attribute Hie freniiencv of pal-Her
" J ne prices ot the aillcrenl kinds or shoe bind,
ing hIiuII lie regulated at quarterly meetings, and a
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der of the Presbyterian Church.who caitinues ti take a ,lfim rw Cr . " . "
i flueuUy on the subject
wal hr the" cause of CJi
to no purpose. Hia minister remarked i
" Wlien I found out Uiat Mr.
confidence in his piety, which has been firm be lb re, was
greatly shaken. How can religion prosper when a mi
nister has but IitUc conrklence in any member of his --
'oa . 0, sir, tlieso are painful facts to me painful to
humireda. i put Thqin doNVti here not by way ot re-
U.eir behalf, and aW ths evi of mesa ttlen mav W e . .um, aPl,le ,,f 1
mt remarks, and . tHai truta aiay mt tWH ducUoah liavo ba topt jiknanera.
list of them be' made out and aignod by the Com-
say a ; INow, ntlensin busses, you are Tree ,
aiKl must either ramp up or cry for fwArtm
i iK-re is no uo oi Kiacing out the laities are no
proiessurs lueTKeciiam . . i .l.:.. i.:...i..... . I
they nmy Jnanifi the leaf of Jaul- 7?, T?! JT?i!C "1 " "J 3 '
, , i i - - . .. l I S UIO WOII HFHIWII CIUXI Ul UIO IIUIMI Ul 1VU uvvi.i- I
ill,;, iiihy Uliiv one a.ivis iu, viuisirnuu Bur URU a I , .1 I
cherub-snd pray as did Jacob and vet they an have ty l"?-"11" 1
tottiperanea, be up and doing. - i . h t rf,v,'d. to J"" ,m"t"r,,J''
Another vferv stnkmir lnnonaistent uw hhMtn F.U 11 ".' " "V " v
r of the Presbyterian c1.urch.who continues U Uke a R" Tm CTl .l . " u ."!
I i-..i ,r..,i.:i i- . r t- i . I in iri'Hh narrow in s (irv renar. i iib uarn-w snoum ik:
z l h ,ui H,iih ulna idtihAtir inn u'ru itruip ruuir nvnr iiiiiii wt b ru'i rrtF mkb t m.m s i a . ii it.
marked not tongsince "" it" ","i-r, , ,. J I . - iu un-y nave tmaiKta
takes a drink, my M1? mnA fr"'.n brick yanl, until the barel ts hlled jjout, every $ak of you.". - '
llic sunn win t-nrMiy ntm y w mi.j .piv'..., i., r - , . ..... . .
completely fill the c'revie. We liave Uied both ways Instruction of Human Life by Cholera The
with much success, hut prefer tlie former, as it is mm-1 (lisenso called rmrnodic Cholera appears to have
cult perfectly to reusive the sand from Uie apples pra-J i, uakis.wn previisjs to 1817, when it annearrd
sieved in it, wlhrewlm their olkaaSHi Uie toeuj m nditu Since that time lit) mm m mU iSX .:
somewhat like Mr. Chamller's "grmd-stone apiiles.' -- -.j .ut-i: iZ 1 .
arspn , ' , . , ..v.v uc.n
I rnmnrrhnltl in. wnvll n a MnnB,, .. r . ' - ..
mmij us oo rmiuia.
ted, one huialred million cases. Of these fullv one
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Oiance has led to the discovery of method of pre-1 half, at least, must have died whiclf trives a mor.
serving potahtes, which is both srmrdeand attrndod wrt
cHUr otmrrtitr of charcmL
nubinn, wilJirtnt vweepinj the tlunt whir)i ivrwl lumMi
M.Mitwl iA Manual A Lsisa mtsailitir if tCairmn it Via IhjiI 1 '
little or ho expense A TH)tisekeepe( hadijilacefl in pt above- iM&ZMfmi& '
Now, air Uie day has come, when men of tffc world
arelookinrat whiffiey-drinking professort as.hypoir itcs.
They lave nafonfidence in their professioris Uiey r
stnmblmg bmcks-any Church would he bettor iUioiii
theni-ul sir one 1 am ready to say to-seen, if yon
caiwot .mid ii.irjy.puj fccatt to. q'iit your dram, you would
. . - : . . . ' . .. S.i-m.ra.1 n. l Hia inillt.
nor milt Vourern. Ii Uie traior orLTin.Lthe clarisA I "-"" -
God.andtheinlvatirjit oihors.' The rain'Enghshofj - i Rnoluhmary rernfTS.ThenHmfirr of Rol
a wne is- ,f my drinking whiskey make, sn- A MMiiLb 4iuiw.b. volutionary PoiwiiMicri on the rolls of the War Of.
ouier iu oiiumi n a wane uniniuiiiiB,siiu uwiim bouibi e, no nol UIIIIK llie rtiCOrUS 01 IllrlllllCl over tu-tt. Ili-t. 17lh. IMS I. 11 HTfl lC
11 ( vftminns vim i.-n, ira VtaJ ui un. irir ts aa-
opens the .uouthft of ruiiwwyor,and mfitU'l ir
sliiiN TVw Ittx kUa Kiaa 1 "
...... m.- J . ' i. . . .. 1 1 - . 1 1 lf I 1 I fnWi Win fcft - linunM iwrn ihiu aiIu 1 V t. OliA hT .. .
.riW, w, 1 tiTUtt ttll ywi;tf mer'titnecetimi . , v . . i ara,n tww jersey, im m I'errrwrvaoia,
rasas-hut let the- suffice. . Tlie judguieA day isjtrnel histiorso Into a field m which ii had been J 15 Ialkwir,140frtMiii'v!aiiO "
hastening on, when such must stand there with the wri- accustomed to graze. A few i;iv iMtforo this, Im in North Carolina. 1 1 fl in ft.iiir. r.i;.. -t
mrs nam dea uur i ion ! rvn. moeen mer win re sii ... d... i...:.. ..r r.. I.. .1, .. .
lent, in all thmgsTeWW And, solemn X" , " ZZfZZl ""l1 ,a'
th.H,trht-inav not many have to toU them Uiere- V"' ""' .7 , " ....... 77 , ipmis-issippi. iu in jnicn.gan, Vi
. ... . . . i rivn wnrf-ii in no iiiniiii in 1110 vieiiniv. wneii mi! i i u : m:. i ma . .1 ...... -
Vour example has rumetl me, suul and body r xes " , - - - j,' i .iii, to wiiBtmn, ana 10 in me Uistnct ol
sartwiiliiypsTO mumwg singular etrvwrmmirmH. t w tIurontai:Cdc these tlre were WW invaliM
. . 1 .... 1 ' .... r. . ...... 1 Mfrtirii.i 11m lr iikiv i miiii.him.vi iiT.'iiiur mill.-, iiuiiif- i . .. .. . . n . .
iremfinruns nny. 1 iwivim w icniis-niiiOT nwuir, ua unr 1 , j 1 n -. 1 in rniinii im 4 no miKHllll OI warrants lNXIMVl in
gird qn your amumrancw. Fathers, rmll your, sons his wnv out of tho tw-ld by unhanging the gate 1831 for the payment of Revolutitmary pensioners
" 1' " ,." "h'riniui um ii.nu.il, u..H mi.i .iinIKiuiu..uumuii..i-W! 91,inKl,Ui)4 iOl.alMI lor invaliil ikmimiiiv.
ters to scorn tlin hand. Vea the addrrssea of the
. .-v ... . . I Pli'T, .UK" .'.". V ,.v. " ..... ,..r. . , .... i ffiini ill j iij4
torn frmn them as Uieir destroyers-teach Uicm to shun . .hrt ,in . ..!1,uiri(, ,,, ,,, . ''"I'orjant moa.-Jack, a negro man, vs.
Uie soc.ety of the wh.sk.ey drinker. 'a,llllu.JU, r' ullll ,.,, ,? .,..t MnA A,urt,n- ln Cfts Supreme Ctturt of
nn ... i .
grmitid, he causeil a large quantity of piUatoe. to be laid - c... u n uoim nave isjen maile by
P . ' . 1 . 1 . 1 Jaiiiu.il Ilia oul.ilx.l.l t-l. :! .1 t.
on rt TowaMs tfts snnnr? Uiose roiit were piTHervivi: i - " "' ' n iny ainan, ana u is
'TT".' uo noi uiiiik uie records ot. inwuici over H, Oct. 17th, 1831, was ltH16.' Of this nnin-
.A coutaiticd a oioro .cxtraonlimuy inrfance (bail. that ber.9flarcsida.in JMame,r0i3 in New4IamH'ir
''SS e 8ro IK,wral)0Ul lo nlllln umJ fi,r tl truth of 1431) in Massachusetts, 693 in Onim-cticiit'lfit) in
- wtuehtwe Itteuq wirves. .A ft. day! Since. RWfe -IiliuHlr Mrrw;Te
PASSED AT Tlffi Fl RST SKMSTHN 'OP TIIE
- -tpuiJLIC, No. 3.
AN ACT fiirtlier to confiniuf In ilirce " An Act to an-
UHirme t he extension, construction, and use of a late
ral branch of Uie Baltimore and Ohio lUil-lloud, into
and within Uie District of Columbia.
Ik il Unacted, by thfi Simile and Home of Itrprr-
ttrntative of fhei nUed NtatetoJ America, m ( -twnrrsss
asrrmbUd, That the period limited and allowed, to the
Il-4Umar audDlualwil-ltoail Lompmiy. witliui wliicti
they are required by the fifl.li section of the act entitled
" An Act to authorize the extension, construction, and
iise oTaTiiferal tiranclitlie n'uT(Ti'i)rein(t'OIiu)''Itiin-
Knail, into aiid within the District of Coluinnia, hjv
proved second March, one thousand ek'ht hundred and
thtrtviriev to-ctsitmenee -the r4fid eonntlet one set
of tracks, be, and the a'line is hereby extended, and Uie
stud net shiill remain in fiirfio, and all the rights anu
nrivilo'res thereby trranted, shall Iw vested in said com
puny ; l'rvi'll, Tjiey hall coiiiuieiiet' thesaiJ liiterul
ronil willmi onu yeiir, tinn coiTipieie uie siiiie wiui one
set of tracks) witfnn four years from Uie pawage of Uiis
SjH'nkir of the. llntum of Ileprrumttt lives.
' M. VAX TU'RKX,
Ylce-I'reitidt nt of the Vailed RtnlcM, and
- : --.- --. -. - -.-yj.-Prnriiimt of the NeoatPi'
'Approved : -FcbruarVriO, IVHI.
1 . ' "..
. . ... . .;-t. ,
... -' ..1h. . ... ... mi .. ...M . amM-waa wn n n w arv wm mn ...mMmnm . .n.i. i i ... fc.. .. .I. . ...... . . J.. . . .
miHtMM,H .lnH, mf mm-.-nrrwrn-.Hr. minp mm " .. ' t 1 OfTl, n tW Xtn tHL ICf.Mllt--lllIir .;,;,..,.
the deail to plead Uiff cant iJChnst, ami Uie cause of isn. iw isrrier iniainiy is-fniii iu iuoiihihi me , , f . - - -"
undying sia.ls-clear your skirls of Uio l.U-d of your h.s,f, discoven-d tho injury, tank otT the alloc, and 5T-?L I . Z a J ",i'V,'!'
,U- ! f'aies, ami si'ize tlera htrt in cuho thev
a i a a . I . I 1 I .. .
many oi your oear netniie are biiikm overcome oy uie IK;iluite v turned alsmt. and set otl at a merry
mounter Itum. Y lei'isls tors, for one moment nanse r!. i.:- ..u l ..... wu:i... m. T L
hork-listen-and what is it strikes your ear T It is the wpre m warch lh c,1(UM.etJ t()
crroniw of our Imnpv JVnublir, torturen, nmnjrlod, wwfc 11' 1 i 1
monger Mum. V " ""6"! r '""l-'Tm "" n-
d rg in
ray yourselves in solid column take your stand in this
patliwny to tloatn and fiestrjicuon ana rrjiinnrr una
run away and lurthe.r that the certificate if tho
Reconler, made pursuant to the act of Congress,
waa in itself mif xient evidence thnt the rKrson ta-
koh was a siavo. in otner woMs, they virtimlly,
tlKMigh not positively, declared the law of Uiis Stato
J i .1.- t .J L.
"'H "" N" .i;ui rmmmrt . . (:! I n t I 1 I i I lIKHIgn 1101 pOSIMVt
rivyour ixiwer.your influence, and Inafce one honest """ ', uo, n t-u "'"" I restive to Slaves
effort to save your country's honor, dignity, and strcnirUi, and shod, and gone home again ;M which, ou their ' ? '
from perdition. Editors of our weekly periodicals, ar- return, they found actually to he the case. I The Iliirrtslaire, Penn. Reporter savsJ1 Tim
Iflew xorkisuur. ansmt of denomtet by Collectors for tolls received
iChtcnrud.cry taXha .whiskev uriakuur crowd .top4
rt0C '."r;'!,.',i,. ."."Ip'BtUWT draught froua your lips, or
prepare to meet dumnation ill one eternal, overw
mg storm. rrl'IMOTH
belin-j" ilv' Koltio, of New
4fMOfit of deptthitea for the wainin is tH9,R20.
-Hampshire, has no. J From acveral Cnllmtors, no certificates of derumitoa
HINTS TO HOUSKWIVES.
liiivu vol rnurli.iil lb Trennry i )f Jicr fyy f fctCbC TTItT!
i!T. e i 'i .. ... y
H the Tfcripto far
ixty thousand doU
oltmuite, Huruh.P. Rohli, .Tlio. nicrita .of. the 1 tkuTu BWf.u the Tewirrtfiir
the fuel that they Ii-1 tolls, to nearly ouo hundred and sixty thousand, doL
case innv Im gathered from
Aliout tho last of Mav. or Uie firrf of Juno, tho little ved together fiair months after the km was ti ed, la rs.
millers, which lay moth-eggs, hegin to appear. There- during which time tho fair bdlatrir amnsrd ht?r- J From this statement Uie.ro can lo little doitlit hut
fore liriish all your wtsill.is, and pack thum away in a grlf m the tollowin manner t David loiurtnr, I the receipts, bx- the mcctintr tX ih Tx...:.t..
l.-.rk place covered with linen. Pepper, re.l-cedar 'n,e m, it n violation of br mid mar- will full little short of the estimate, tm ()() 1Jl
toTeptr;? Sffl SnSr PA rr. cwtTnf- ". ftt r" L y w
.1 . i . . a I Ur. inMIITII VIMir IKHMIllIll Willi TiiriItH 1'riH V 'I i
with moths. Nome jxviple buy camphor-wood trunks
Sir this purpoc, hut they are very expensive, and Uie
gum answers just as well JYigrtl lIonnrife. I RrWlt )rct! wmt, aij violence, pull and ding iim
" We have tried Siriievi'-nl years th'e"e(!ii-al-y of sTinie hy'tlie sumo : hv ni"aiiH i thereof, sli. the siiid Surah
of the above mentioned preventives of-injiiry clone by J p., did then and there cruelly mill and tonr-thc hair
moths, ami, from actual experience, can testily Uiat oft tho head ol hltn your stud Itls'lhint, ait by the
blankets and other. woollen articles m;jr 1h frot.UHjl, rot-tjv .tin the, head of him, the said lhivid, was
by rowing them up in al linen sheet. To make Massn- thereby grievously wounded and hurt : that t'lit; said
(r.-1hnrlmsM '.'7 to ne paniruinrly ,
inks hereof, liicf seize and take hold of ytair libollnnt bv YU s, hud is ,a Ki,r dilemma how to (
Uie tlw huir tf his head, an.1 did then ik! tiffin, with tl'X? , . T lMnS,p.r niciingcrio, we
w.tlllil n.lt'.u., It..i ... n...l.A
......... m..,v ...... ... iimitn mo lUUOWinnr (lIHtrillll-
ranee doubly sure," we have frequently packed away
our winter clothes in linen, and sprinkM Uirnugbthem
a little gum camphor : with these precautions, we have
shrtiij succeeded ' in preventing Uie ravages of moths,
ll'cy seen) to have a mortal anti(iatliy to compiler.
- . AITI.R llUTTIX
The following has bocn furnUioJ to us bf i corres-
Snnih P. hnstit divers tiirws within the period alsive
inentiotKid, assfiullod and lsat VWir wild liU'llunt hv
kicking and striking with A broom stick on the
a fatal mistakr.
-No4 king sinee a mnn in N-w York was o!sr.
ved sitting on a cak on one of the wlmrveM, appa
rently Meep. r A person went to awulifi him, and
-Tliij noiv,Tioiu his color,' to Mr. Tavrnry
utnnieiililo liveim," to Col. Benton J fhn
I fox, to tlie Ileir Apimrtnt the Jackasses, to the '
I KiU-hen Cabinet ; the monkey, to the Aba-Uinaof
III... I.: . . , ,"'1"'.,':' , '.
un: vmois; , iiiiu mt, inoufrii not least, the Mugn.
d.'tni hut, wIh.no equivtK-al churacter echileTit
Isdli from millifiifioii and consolidation, to our
venerable friend Nmi IVrnms, of the KiHjuirer.
The caravan will then be fiurly uttd tip. Noah.
- Richard Caswell tlie ottrifv of Iold4; (now
of lienoir.) wax tlv lint tJ.'ivernor of the Imlo
fndcut iJuie of r'orih.Carolinn.n -