i , Li4
! rofftM wot pkt.itbb to twe rxTTF state ar m coanri hps. 50i f xqhibited IT IT to thi tatei, ari resebtro to thk tra HKuriscTivitT, or to rim rBortR. Ameiulme ntt to te Constitution, Article J.
dumber 3 ot Volume L j
SALISBURY, RC, JANUARY 15, 1841.
Whole Wumbcrt lfilO
,. " ''''ii'. .n ,i.. 'f
pU'BUSIIEl VEEKI.Y:::::::::::CIIA8. P. FISHER,
, .'Jifor d Proprietor,
Tk Warn" CAoum I published every friay,
. eer nnom. dnce, or AO, if nut paid m
JhfM iwnih" from tb time of .ubacrmiog. OCT Ne
mom wdl l discontinued mitil all arrearage are paid,
!r ine eutweriber i worth (lie subscription ; and the fail-
tire 10 BO!" - - - -
Us no Vffr the mm! of the year subscribed fcr.
..,11 be emwworea nrw ""'K' ""7"-
. i i muM.nf 340 mm. or tflet limrt
(ixed typo) f the first insertion, and 25 oral
lor eVh continuance. Court and Judicial advertis.
11-u 25 rr eent higttrr than the above rat A de-
duelioaV H P" ceBL "om h PUce '
ba aial'4 yrlf dvertir. fc'Advertifjeot
, i for publieatina, muat ba marked with Um earn.
of insertion desired, or they will be continue uU
To aacara attention, all nera Mdreiwed to the I1
lar oo buwneiw, mi fret tf Ptttmgt.
A FItKSIl SUPPLY.
1 1 AS jt rrceive at l!i " Salifbury ConVe
11 in-," direct turn Chsrleston, tbt f.Ilowmj
freh arlielrMn his Into wit t .
... Oyfter$t : OrMjTff,
iMWUf. JRnuins. '
All of whir, aroof tU Uat ility.afid will ke
potd low toff c, w l ptMCtaaJ deaWra M the
uMial rredii. -Call ani V ' )
MabaiMry. N. (i, IW. 4, IBVf. . r .
A LADIES' PAIS oill be beM ia tU Tmn
f Coamd. m TraawAt Evuum, the I9ru
r Jamav. kmw ika vk ik rvni
GMrt. A tamty ef wMnmUl a ad wtefol arte let
will be eihibocd fcrSabjLTht pnweda wiUtaap
fupnaud Is aaaiaulil parpuaaa Tte Pak WtU
coanowa opew on Wrdoeadat Um Wlh. '
I ., in mat '"nui 1 ' "
i:t: i&uin t
" List off Letters
RKWtinaw m ihe PoaUMEct at Salnbttrr. N. C,oa
Dr. Benpmia Aaaiia, 9 Him Maria Latey
RoM. Awaria, BimL Ladua.
Col. W. J. Alex.oJer, - William March,
j Mr. 8ir-b Ayr, Dr. R. W. Nclvar, 9
Mra. 8 D. Aaderaoa, Dr. L. MilcMi,
Bar. Jaa.M IL aVkaaa. Dr. JoIm K. Mcltwr,
Mmw Pully Jlace,
8a mL Marlia,
Jamea D. Murriaon,
CoL Jtto. D. Moora,
Albar? Mania, ' ,
John D. Neisbit,
Dr. Malthww Nat iUa,
Wjaaaia Owaoa, ,
Miaa Mary Om'mg
Cammillo Pnca, -'.---.--.
VI. A. ReyiuU,
Jnra Rohan m.
Dr. Polk, . .
TWO. Polk, J
' David Pinkatoa.
nAflxO aaeoeutal thanwelret ljelher, in the
practice of Medicine, remectfollr offer their ter-
ticca, ia all the rarigua brancbea of their profeeki to
the public, CO- Their Office ia in Mr. Weat'a brick
AT. Wholcaal and Retail, at WUEELERS.
CRAY'S or tlarrMnA'a O.mment, IWkwiib'aVilK
,jr.i'a Pill, ana Bittern. Hoack'e Panacea, awl
P.eroariTa renelv fir IWtl CtKnplaiot, f HoW
C. H. it C. K. WHEELER.
; - FUESH TEAS,
Wince, Spirit, Tobacco, and Cigar,
Juat received and (or aale, at the Sain
burr Drujr &ore.
Balbbory , Noe. 5fO, 1(J40. . r
. . Cotton l arnw.
'PIIESuWribera, Aceuta fir tle LeiinfloaCu
t'o Far.trv. wihiH infirm the nnWic that the
have jiif) feei-'l and rvr 'Vtlrr fe holrktle
and reTun, is c;tou -w t i I ftrv, coa
likjinp of rari.nia nim m TM rj;rt"r tr?n
iioa a ud character uf xhc Xum uCxhtA-Factory act
to well teated aM knowa a to-aed no reeum
i.iklntion fnmi u Those wishing to pur-
cbtse wlupleais give n a call. , .
CV U. At C. K.. WHEELER, Aft..
Aprii ?i, I mo. . '.tf,; ;
William W. Albea,
Kmchia BIoJmI, . ,
MMca Biwa, JrM
J. X. Brown,
IV.aaal. G. Boydea,
A, B. B-own,
Minty Crtwra. aerrant,
Jeeae K. Bnn,'
Mmea L. Brown,
Dr. Time. II. Belt,
Dr. Btaarbcllev .
W. B. Bramlett,
J ihn Btunga,
J jtoBinL j
John Bhnperu - '
CharWe Bn.w '
DR. G. B. DOUGLAS
HAVING removed hia Oflkato Snd
Door of Mr. Cowan'a brick row,
(formerly oeenaiad by Dr. Aahhel 8mith.) nearly
oppoaita Michael Brown'a at ore, politely tender hit
proicaewmni aervicee ia ine puoiic
Bahabnry, Att-wit 1171840. i r
Jaa. ur Bcm. Brown,
Mra. Smmm i. Uraige, 3 Miaa Emm Raaa,
Jacob Col ten, . R.T. Rea,
John R. Cuwrta, David ac Noak Racd,
Mrs. Uataanae Caambcta, llamrwtl Parker,
SaaiL 1L Caktway, 9
A. Vooper, '
Aha CaUMrme Cortary,
Capt Wdlaim Caaaa,
llr A. LXMm,
. AWnaUev Uaiat,
M Ulann GtMami. 3
Rtander A. Utef,
Onrje Grmdwna, V
G. W. Polk,
Docls. Ilillian & Powc,
7.f IS CEX'ITitlfE 0TJT17
DR. JAMES G. WOMACK
1IAVINQ located himeelr' permanently in
the Town of 8 A LIS BURY, lemlera hia
prqfeeaional aerricea m ita ei'ixeni and the
adjacent country, in all the varioua tranche of bia pro
lamina. II can be kwnd at hia Office, on main rtiret
one door below the office of the M Weararn Carolinian."
Jelyft 1&16. iy
" 1 1 '
Dr. W. D. Dempsy
TAKES tbia method of informing hia
frienda and the public Kenerally, that he
kaa rctu,rned from Virginia, ami will be happy , to-i
receive a eontinuanca or that vary tiwral patron,
aje which be baa heretofore enjoyed. Hia office
a at the Eagle llotel, Btateavilw, W. U.
f December 5, IB40. ! 6w
rrnittif' ii ' J r " b nave jnat received a
Urjre and frtA upply of the celebrated Xnt Lt
bamm Skiktri' (Jardfti f d, of aU kioda.
.TiojeJirtHhiti ,&) Jut Llle..nettneafiWoiiMd4
well to call or aend awwi, a tiiey uko but
at MiiMr". f v
1) E1NU do.irmia ( ciobarkiiig in aimOier baM
' nem, I now offer thestaUiihmeiitvf tka Wil
ii-erv Aavaa-ruta Jut -aala.
I do not know J A mre eligible aitntion for
perMMt deairututif emburkirfj mine prmtinj buM
neaa, than Wilminlu, Norib CAniliua.
Term accointoodatin.'. Apleaiion imKt be
fot paid' . V F. C. !!!LL.
Decrmber II, 1840. ; r
Jacab Bkilaa, .
Mawm, Ian k. Btickaey,
Afceafere ef Ike Circaa,
Mr. Eacaael Btewatt,
Ir. A. Knutk,
Ta the tjeeretary of Fatten
Creed Walttr Saw.
tepnen W. Davia,
Jao. Shaver, .
i FRUIT TREES
fTHE 8uncnber hu for aale at hi Nuraeriea,
, . in Davidaon TJounly, N. G, a large aasort
meat of Fruit Tree, oVc, eonatating of.
Jlnvte. Peach, "" . Plum. Cherrv.
dtCM EvaiAcina mast or tri im
American axd "i" European
Pnitt.. , V ' .
' - - a fine Selection of- -.
i Tree will ba deUvered at any reaoonabla die-
Itnee from Lexington, at the oaual price ol hauling.
Pliced Catalogue aaat gratia to all applicant, the
Bfwtata beinf paid, inreci to iexinginn,
' , r " - CHS. MUCK.
December 18, 1840. I , . , Ow v .
THE SALISBURY MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY having com
menced operation, are now prepared
furmab dealer with Cotton Yarn
of a eoperior aoality on favorable erni. . -
. J. RHODES BROWNE, Ag't.
.irr, . -SHhM.iut.ihM.r " ' i. ci.
Piaaktm Hagtte . W. V8wiak,
I WILL at!!, as Tru.te of Jubn
TRACT of LAN I), lying iihm .
Beard, Jr a
lying iihianuwiiltfof the
Iowa of Salubury.OKitaiuiiia from ISO luVOO aere.
Titer ia 40 Acre cleared Laud on it, uf wUirh
abuut 13 Aero i firrf rt meaduw, and a pd
fliMb branch running tbnmjh it. The rematud-r
of the tract w wood lan.1. ' Any perron wiahmg to
fUaaciUjjltnfcca 'Ion wy jwjwttw j jj"V
ulvpeiice, oil my o C. r. rit.-r.
Salitbury, Supt. 1
- To - Owners ot-"MSa
1! I K 8ubacribor haa an tmprvtej putt ai tyiair lor
i MiKa, by which, a null ill du much bt-U.-r tbaa
with Iho uu1 furoi of h'pindltv. It ia to coiwtrucled
a to kittu trotn rir ur killing the in any ni-
uor. Um runner la ao cuuhneil or Uie SuumI a at-
Mays to .re.r. its UiUucc, anj or CoUtC Uiuie ia no
rubbing uf the ti.
I tit i ii k . by ihi improved Spindle, tit. Mme water
will Jo at litt nne-lliinl more bniuoi, il U.a ineal
uf MiicrMirquilit. -
Any poraou Utolai.g o uc one of tlie Spindle,
liny obtain one or mnro, ly uiaking a)'!iration,ilh
in a ahort time) to Uie SubM-iiiier .1 il.kfvill tiav ie
Co. N. C. I tlunk the probable curt will oot exceed
.'M) lor the Patent and Spimlle ready fur use.
Tlie lollowinj prtimna iiaie my Patent Mill Spindle
in auccewful iipt-ratiim : Col. U . F. Kvlly, Tbna. F
ter, Jooili Hall ami ;vitt'i. F.l.i r ul lHw uuljr;
Cilhrnth Dirkwio inl Du d J. iutiiM.ur ol Ij.m-uIu;
Cliarlca tirilfiih of Rowan; A'Wimii Uwre id 1K4
aon, and William DiMitf Sum, all uf wUmnareiiiff
lj uioaeud nil iu pfrfuruiaucc.
L. M. GILBERT.
OcUiber 23, 1830. if
M ATC 1 1 LErfTVflVET"""
1113 invaluably Medicine ia fur atl by tbe
" miUcnucr, at MilluJuvillc, Moniconiery Co.,
N.C. W. E. DFliAGE
February 21, IHIO. r
' Mm ttiMia Ilea tier,
A e RkaH lUanKoa,
. Wdbam llewlv,
. Joaeph Uudfie,
.V Al.nah L Howard,
Bi4!t Jimee, - -.V.j
Koi.ad Joae. -
A. J KHryv ;
.Vw Nancy almaey,
.Vm Af n rl Knder,
PeW a;rter. ,
.U :ly Ke!!y.
P.-trr Konsa, '
W. A. Lea,
John L. iMdoa, -Kcv.
A. Y. Luckridge,
Tayloc, Cabiaet am ker,
Hexeawh Treare, '
Afm. A. Willaoa,
Jamea F- Watt,
Cyraa Waal, -
Gea W. Uaion,
IV. A. T. Zeverly.
a W. CONNOR, I. Af.
, List of Letters
REMAINI.NG w tbe PuatOtnoe a: Coocord,
N. C, ea the Sth of January, H41.
Alexander, Dr. A. F.
ahannun,' Martba .
Araly end EjdHiimty tjeieuhi ml Tkii Ofrr.
Hnmer, Mm E. M.
Crown, Ruben K.
Cucbran, A. ll,?.
x lVU4ti, II. A. z
Frer dc Wnl,
I:su, Mim Lita
tiwrman. II. S.2.
. . - 11.
Houtkraa, D.v.d R.
llowee, De berry
Iniraaa, Dr. J. N.
Jiwuitga, Dr. William
Lepard Mr. Margaret'
McKwaey, Dr. R.
McRec, A CV-
N ck P.
Phir, Martin L.
Perbma, John E.
Powell, F. K.
Wkitw, Mim Clarimn
Wcddrastua, Mam Elixa
THOMAS S. HENDERSON, P. N.
January , 1941. X
List of Letters X
REMAINING ia tbe poatlAce at Lexington, N.
U. oa Ibe U of Janaary, 141.
F,lwird Bridge, Lavwai Bowera, Joha Clark. Roh
ert Mat is. CaUuraM Lfcv, Pleamut Eppa, Joacpb How.
aid, Levi HrJnck, William Hill, I. J. il. Inge, Rev.
Abmluta Keourdy, William Kennedy, Uantel Luflia,
Janwa MyrK-k, i. P. Murine, Keubea May, Clixa
Oweo, Vukviiae Raita, Chriaiiaa Shiekingur, Jacob
Staaf, Willaw 1 urocr. Ana Tackirr, Ckrwtiaa Zm
wermar or Jcua SmaWr, R C VVuid. Mary M. Wil.
Una.' M. KOUNH.WILLE. P. M.
Jaaaary 8, WL
Of nrrjirtftmm AyaeMet Atttftt.
- rrtp Mtt.f.F.rtfHvir.f.R rnT.
a klXi raakewJ--uu w mmm
TON FACTORY, aituated in Monu
, gomery Conntyv 22 mile East of
Bulubury, ia now in lull operation.
Tboae intimatejy acquainted with the Yam of ihi
Factory, prefer it la any mannlactured in Ihe state.
-4-L-i- ARD.BURRAGE. . .
N. B, I wiA to procure about one hundred
Balea of Cotton, (first-rate quality,) delivered at
aaaoa FaotoryrwbicJi I wiir.apin, eitherorie
half for the other, or at eight cent per lb.
v E. BURRAGE.
Decamtor 11,1840. r
FROM tba Subscriber, mi the 20th utt.. an. in
dented, apprentice to the cooper iog buaineia,
by the name of CHARLES AREY. He ia be.
twaen sixteen and aeveoteen year old, nearly five
met high, sandy colored hair, tolerable fair com
elected, and ia somewhat hard of hearing. ' All
peraona are hereby cautioned against harboring or
empfoy eig him, aa Kam determined to enforce the
law against those offending. A reward of Five
Cent a and" no tkmnki will be given to any person
who will deliver mid boy In me.
Rowan County, N. C, Jan. 1 , 1 84 1 . 3 r.
v TH E JEWS, ;
Tim premnt physical, moral, and aocial condi
tion of Ih" Jew mut be a miracle. - We enn
eome to no other conclusion. Hn they continued,
from Ike commenceinent of the (,'hrniian era dowu
to the preaent hour, in eome uch nntioiml mate in
which we find the Chineae, walked off from Ihe
rest of the humiin family, and by their aelfldines
on a national scale, and thoir repulaion of alien
elements, resisting every aNault from without in
the ihapa of hostile invasion, and Irom an over
powering national pride forUdiling the introduc
tion of new and foreign cuatoms, we hou!d not
see no much mystery interwoven with, their exist
ence. But this ia not their state far from it.
They are neither a united and independent nation,
nor a parasitic province. ". They are peeled, and
aeattered, and cnin.b'ed into fragment ) but, like
globule of quicksilver, irwtinct with a cohesive
power ever claiming affinity, and ever ready to
amalgamate. Geography, arm, genius, politics,
and foreign help do not explain their existence ;
time and climate and custom equally fail to nnrav
el it. None of these are, or can be the springs of
their perpetuity.' They have been spread over
every patt of the habitable globe ; they have lived
under thoj-eftme of every dynasty (-they vhave
shared the protection of juat laws, the proscrip
tion of cruel ones, and witneed the rise and pro
(res of both ; they have osed 'every tongue, and
ave lived in every latitude. ,Tbe mown nf Eng
land have chillod, and the tun of Africa have
scotched ibem. They bave drunk of I he Tiber,
the Thame, the Jordan, the Mimimippi. In eve.
TJ century and in every degree of Ui Undo and km
I gitude, we find a Jew. It is not so with any other
race. Empires, Ihe most illuvtrioos, have fallen,
nd buried tb mon that conatrueted them ; bul lb
-' Jew lua lived among the ruins, a living monument
of indcMtrurtibilitv. Persectnton ban unaheatbed
tbe aworrf nnJ limited the fg;' t. Paoal auperali
lion and Mvs'eTi barbarism have amute them with
nnaparing fcMcity, penal tsacript. and deep preju
dice have viailed on them moat -unrigbteou chaaJ
- tiaemeot, and no(witliUandir.g all, tbey survive.
Robert Montgonety, in his .VrwiaA, thu express
es the relative poritton ol the Jewt
" Empire hare mnkVnd kingdom pamed away,
But still, apart, sublime in miaery, itanda
' Tbe wreck of Israel. Cbriat baw come and bled.
And miracle anmnd the cram
A holy splendor of undying (ruth
Preserve; but yet their pininepirK looks
For that unriiicn Sun which prophete hailed, '
And when I view bint in the garb of wo,
A wandering eatcast by the world diaowned,
Tbe taggird, lost, snd long oppressed Jew,
. . " Hi sums aa oa i" tlirouih my apiriv rulla.
In leerful echo from a nation a lipa.
- .Remembered Zionl still lor thee awiita
A future, teeming with triumphal aound -V
And hape of glory."
Like their own bush on Mount Horeb, Israel
"hat continued in the flame, trut unconsumed..
They are the aritocrary of Scripture, reft of their
coronet : prince in degradation. A Baby Ionian
a Theban, a Spartan, an Athenian, a Roman, are
name known in History only i their shadows alone
' haunt the world, and flicker on' its iaWetfc'Iew
welke every si reef f dwell iaavery capitol.-l raver
every exchange, and relieve the monotony of
the nation of the earth. 1 he race ha inherited
the heir-loom ol immortality, incapable of eitinc
tion or amalgamation. Like i irraniletefnun a com
mon head, and compod of wafers of a tcu!ia
: nature, they bare flowed along every at ream, with
out blending with it, or receiving it color or ita
and the lapse of many centuries, peculiar, distinct
"llone.v'Tr Jrwiah raee,t 4bie -day,ia ferhapa
the moat striking teal of the truth of the Sacred
Oracle. There i no possibility of accounting for
their perpetual isolation, their depressed bul di.
tincf beingi on any ground, aaiethoae jreyw led inl.
the record ot train, ineir aggregate ana inai
Gen, Washington, unwilling to relinqiiit.fi fliffT
object, reqiMsted Major General Panama lo elect
a person, m whom be could confide, voluntarily, lo
engage in the etitrrpriat the latter beiog mvi
acquainted with the heroic apirit, the patriotism,
ami ihe firm and steady courage; of ihe deceased
above mentioned, immediately communicated the
plan ami the offer, which he accepted, ohavrving
that hia life wa at Gen. Washington' aervice.
After prctjciitg the machine until he understood.
ita power of bal.incing and moving under water, a
night waa fixed upon for the attempt. Gen. Waah
inston and bia atanciAte in see ret, took their el,
tion upon' Ihe roof of a hou in Broadway, anx
iooMy awaiting Ihe result. Morning came and no
intelligence could be bad of the intrepid sub marine
navigator, nor could the boat which attended him, .
give any account of him, after parting with bim
the firat part of the night. . V
While these anxiou apectator were about io
give him np aa lost, several barge were seen to
start suddenly from Governor' Mand, (then in por.
seeaion of the Britis'i) and proceed 1owrJ tomn
object near the Aaia chip of the line suddenly -they
were aeen In put about and steer for the I.
land with springing oars. In two or three niioutc
an explosion took place, fiom the eurfnee of Ihe
water, retemliling a water pout, which aroused
Ihe whole rity and region Ihe enemy' ehip took 1
Ihe alarm, aignal were rapidly civet the aliip
cut their coble and proceeded to the Hook with
all powuble despatch, aweenmir their botrnma with
chain, and with difficulty prevented their aflrighted
crew irom leaping ove. board.
During tin scene of consternation, the deceased .
came to the surface, opened the brass head r.f hi
quatic machine; man and gave a signal for Ihe
boat to come to him, but they could not reach him,
until he again descended under water, to avoid the
enemie hot from the Island, who liad discovered
him and commenced firing in hi wake. Having
forced himself against a strong current under wa
ter, untij without the reach ol ahot, he'wss taken
in tow,-and landed at The Battery amidsl a ureal
crowd, and reported himaolf to lien. Washington,
wno expreaeen ni entire atislaclion, that tho
ohjecrwra eaerted without 1 he loot of live. The
deceased waa under the Aia s bottom more than
two hours, endeavoring to penetrate her copper
but in vain. He frequently came up under her
tern galleries searching for exposed plonli, and
dould near the sentinel cry. Once he was dis
covered by the watch on deck, and hear.! them
peculate upon him, but concluded a drifted log
had paid them a visit he relumed to her bottom
and examined it (ore and aft, and then proceeded
to tome other ahip; but the impoHihilitv m
penetrating their copper, for want of a reeistu j;
power, aaved Ihe livea of hundred. The loiet
pace of lime be could remain under water wih
two hour. For a particular description of tht
sub-marine eurisity, are Silliman's Journal uf Ails
aid 8r.ience. Com. Advertiser,
'HUE Subscriber living seven miles south of Salis-
4- bury, intex Is keeping constantly on hand, Mar.
ale and Uraaite blabs expressly lor
so that be caa execute any order ia that Line, on tbe
He ia ready to execute any work which ma v be called
fi ia SCOLPTURIXQ, HTON E-CUTTl NG, EN
GRAVING, aW, aud assures those who may favor
kirn with their work, that unless well done according
lo contract, he ha ao pay. '
A complete lars Dairt Trooeh tor mle, cat of Rock,
fcr tbe purpose tt preserving milk cook Apply to the
5tiyiil4tf ' "rAsicicaf "Ci5iiwrioar It i. i
very remarkable coincidence that the f ure. 179
the ) ear in which the French revolution den
me need, added together make Ihe sum 25, the ir
cise nurhbr of sr-JlJflajHjese JS jjrj.
aoooa io itoj, give ine year isrt, at wiucii nmn
Napoleon wa driven out of Frnce."The" Bur-
bom returned in 1815, and these figures added to- -gether
give the sura 15, the precise number of tho
restorsiion. Louis Philippe mounted the throne in
1 330, the figure ef which added together make 12.
Hi reign, therefore, ought to end in 1642, and,
indeed, Ciiumtlaocei seem to.
'.I Imt. aa.
warrant tbia be. -
- .... j . .....j!. jrv iutt.-wi.tea
" IS SI a liil !SI ii I.
Xorth cad South Tlie Whig Legislature of
UonitecliCOt, the Other day, TollowingTw Ihe wake
of Vermont, passed resolve io fvr of reviving
the protective system. This is Ilarriooim on one
Thr Whig Legislature -of Georgia- hv- lataly
vidual character ia'as remarkable aa their circura
atance. Mean net the most abject, and pride Ihe
moat overbearing; tbe degradation of helots, and
yet a conreiou, and a manifest sense Af the digni
ly of a royal priesthood; crouching, cozening,
squeeaing, grasping on the exchange, in tbe shop,
in the world, with nothing too low for them to do,
or too dirty, if profitable, for them lo pick up; and
notwithstanding, in the synagogue, looking back
along many thousand year to n ancestry beside
which, that of our peer and prince ia but of ye,
terday, regarding, justly, Abraham, Isaac, and Ja
cob, a their great progenitors, and pressing for
ward on the wing of htith and hope, and promise,
to a long expected day when they, now king and
prince in diguie, hall become to in 'eed, by a
manifestation Ihe moat gtorinue, and dispensation
Ihe most sub!ime. The people are a perpetnal
miracle: a livinir echo of Heaven' holy tones, pio.
-UiKd Sttm jcuerajjonlo geoeraiMm. Frairr'
THE SUBSCRIBER living tear Lexington, David
on County, Uke tbia matkod lo in lor in tlie Pub
lic that be will enter into con tract witb ny reraon, or
teranoe, either in Dsvtdson, Kowu.or Ubsrru Loun.
lis, who wiak boose, factories, or anv other kind of
anildinra aracted of Brick, to build them a cheap,
durable, and la a gooa iyi aa any woraman m una
... a a a a .a. 111. :i ..a. A
tie will also, monia.oi earn ine unc, u .
He trust that hi long experience in
MOULDING AND LAYING BRICK,
will entitle kirn to a shir ol public patronage.
He would refer gentlemen wishing work done in hi
Lin of Business, to lb Female Academy and tbe new
fire proof Clerk's office in Salisbury, a specimen ol
N. B. Those wishing work done, will please leave
word at the office or the Western Carolinian, aud it
ball be punctually attended to.
Davids Afrit lMKftr. If
The Ibllowing account of an alten'pt, trade du
ling tbe Revolutionary War, to blow up the Bri
tiali veeseU of war in New York harbor, may be
of interest to meet of our reader. 1 1 i copied
from a New York paper of November, 1MI, and
it an obituary notice of the gallant soldii r who made
the daring attempt t . " .
IWrfHirWfg""1') " Hi nth uTt.v
Captain Ext L. cd 72, a Revohitioniiry
Officer. When the Ilnnaii net lay inj.no rtortn
River, oppuite to the City of New Yrk, and while
Gen. Washington had possession of the city, be
wa very desin ua to be rid of such nelghbora. A
Mr. Bunnell of Say brook, (Conn.;) who bad the
genius of a Fulton, constructed ocli a marine ma
chine, of a conical form, bound together with iron
bands, within which one person 'hiigbt sit, and
with cranks and akull could navigate to any depth
under water. In lb upper part waa fixea a vert,
cal screw for the pnrpoee of penetrating (hip bo.
torn, nd to thi waa attached a magaaineof pow.
der, within which waa a clock, which, on being aet
13 run any given time, wou'd, when run down,
spring a gun lock;, and an exn!oioo would follow.
Tbia Marine Turtle, ao called, waa examiued by
Gen. Weihiiigton, and op.noved ; to preserve ae
crecy, it waa experimenled within an incloeed
yard, over twenty to thirty feet water, and kept
during daylight locked op in retael'e h ld. Tbe
brother of tbe inventor waa lo be ihe person to
navigate the machine into action, but on sinking il
the first lime be declinwl tb cfvice.
pawed rewtlvet a(fint the protective aystera.
Thi i HarrisGnum on the other aide. '
The new Whig Legislature of Maine will, il iv
said, resolve in favor of one.
The Harrison Convention certainly atanda juti.
fied in refusing to M make any general declaration
of the view of the opposition party," by lh- h.tt
f all imaginable reason. Tbe thing waa an iin
pomibilily. Maine Age, "
lis Seat Yfk Journal a Cmsiaieree.
THE REMAINS OF NAPOLEON.
- By the ahip Tarquin, Capl. Hunt, from Manilla
via St. Helena, we have tcceived tbe following
fJemytonJenct tf the Journal tf Commerce.
St. Helena, 18th October, 1940.
'The French frigate " Belle Poule," CKiimaoded
by ihe Prince de Joinville, and aloop " Favoriia,"
both from France, are now here for hw purpuae of -taking
lo France the mortal remain of Ihe Em
perr, Napoleon Bonaparte.
Tbe remaina are to be taken oa board the 44 Belle
Poule" on tlMlfttk (Mober, that being ihe day on
which Bimaparia anived at St. Helena, (S yeare
ago.) In the retinue from France for line purpoee
(with the Prince,) are Count d Cbabot, La Ca
, and Marchand, and General Brrtraud and
Gowrgaud. aud four of INapoleou a former come.
lira at St. llt lena.
There i a Sarcophagua of ebony by the M Belle
Poule," for the pornoa of holding ihe coffin of
NKleon. On board ll.e M Belle Puiiw ia a
chapel fitted up for it reception, which i lined
with black velvet, in email panuela, sprinkled all
over with ailver aiara, foatooucd with adver cord
aud taswek There i an altar, with a crucifix over .
it, at one end of the chapel. Thi tarcuphagua ia
aupported at the corner by four eagle. . O.i the
top of it ia lo be placed an embroidered black vel '
yet cushion, and on the cushion a crown. Sua.
p a k-d ti the ceiling immediately above the crown,
a ball with a cros on the tup of it, ahd under the
ball the emblem of Justice, la lb chapel are alto
four pytamida to hold candle ; tuapended to Ihe
ceiling are four vessels to burn incenae, there ia
alsn a rich velvet pall, which ia said io have cost
23,000 francs, to cover the tarcophagu.
Ill above mentioned ahip arrived en tbe 8th,
and probably will tail for France on ll.e 17th or
16th- . Tlie Belle Poule ha been open'for the ru.
ception of the public ever since her ai rival. There
it a splendid baud on board, which has been Ire.
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