... -1 S '
! Hee'iaypyerri which hivejppme fro iri toe Jbfljn
irf.the an jhor, arid we hope it my reach the hearts (of
may who hive It in their power toj relieve "the distress
THE POCtt GOD HELP THEM.
MRS. MART E. ITE WITT.
i Old printer jhi;h come with a stealthy; tread, HI
; -O'er the fillen A ituiit leave, t-
,f An shrillyJhe wh-stletb overhea J, . " ry
ii, f And oibcth ben?ath the eayes y U y
I Let him coiiie f We care not imiJ oar ralRhi
, , For ti driving" iriow or ran f y
j Forp u w reck of the crff-Af? beartbr
! I I Or thefbrokea wiaJow pane. ' 3 :
'Tisr a Btornty nighr, bat our g!ee shall mock r j
At the winds that loudly prate, "
As they echo the moan of the poor that knock 1i
With t teir cold hinds at our gate.' t f I
The poor lt Ve give them the half-pike J bone, f k
" And the dry and mil-dewed bread ; I '
t Aa! thry never. Go J help them! know the pafcr
' ! Of being over fe J. ' i ' ' " ' '
?'' I Fill romd again with the cheering wine j
;" " ' t ' ! i " ' While jlhe.Cre grows warm and bribt ;
I Ana s:ng me a song, aweei nearc oi mine, i
1 (1 Ere you whisper the words!" Gooifniffht
. Yoa never will dream, 'neath th covering warnJ
! I Of yodr soft anJ curtaine J bed.
f Of he acanity raj and the ahiTrin formi :
t : I ADJ Hie yawninj iwi urruwa,
l ' ' ... r -.. . I .
The poor f jGoa pity th?m la their need!
Ve'vela pwye r for their every poaa ;
1 f 1 I And we ffire onto them tone
; Coo help them ! Cod help jus! for much we
' I -. Though lo.ty, and rich; w$ be.
I And open our hearts unto all that knocks
If! j Witb'tb cry of cniatTt I "
fEbft first qiscovcry, of alns's was
v fl)- onc oi inoso acciuems, wuicn imnprjn
:( jthM most itnpoirtant iirv unlookcd-fori f
;i-5urs;; PHnyj an nncient writer." tHM f
1 i ' 1 J hat vsomo iirwrchrints ' wrK' ' clri vpii b yl
1 :orm Id tafcq shelter nearjh mbu!ji! bv
their food : and
f ijIKntsfcroWin'T aboiif; (or fiiel: Ti khii
grat urprisk wlieh ibei
4v?iriishfid, iheVy discovcrtidf certain iidrhy.
a lialitriinsparent tul!anc(f f wiicb
glltterrd almost, like prncious stonf j I
pome persons Who iieanl ot !Uis wonder.
nquifvi as to the blants used! w lifcKl
y found ta be w;hat is commbnlv called!
hdli. - IThey tried exnlerimentsl bv fiurnlftH
this plant hut no:hingame of it riley
then tfurned jspmeof it yith somef iff f ie
sanrl fntprmiiirrlr1 nnl ennn fMii-r iUr
could iKus fofmat pleasuretbV substance
nowcallcdirmw Tho beonle of the. nciirhi
boring city; $Idoh, were very industribu
in pursuing me uiscovpry. ana ineyfs:un
lished a mariufacture for the supply ofTal
i 1 The class then manufactured m'ust b
f ofen jmuch jinferiorto what, is nowJlrtWf,
;!;nuceq; materials so coarse, and so little
j Sand. and
Ihe ashes or salts of the plan
it; brilliantly clear, or give it some be.-iut
. t ' 'in. i - ;! : tm
j lui cmor, 4 uk shus requi-nne -arc called
! from IheJ original; plaht (c. I fnad
; of sand, which is a mixture of raan vsbii v
; :.subst4nces, clear flint; ground tfpovMeif,
uacu iui mic nut-si specimens ; iiiH 1111
mw :Aunisive lor common use. iioa
av hich- u nde jvt lie microscope appear' w
ana naii-iransparenriao well..- i
, ouiun luuiHij in. n vers are p:
lent, ajs are 'many in pur gravel pits!;
tttev(liite feandtis in greatest reputi
i.iunp;;.ine5r, ieau,.anuiniire. are jnjqsjrt
-additibns, iul vervvsparinciv -Y thesd if
I to render the glass rnbre clear and c)l
less, 11 not addef in too great quantifies;!
'j. . y p "o; p u nu rcu we ig til 01 .Hi is :
sand, kystbnes pbnndedsmall.-is a
rathhrj n.oro tbnb half tliat?qua llilf 6f;
' earl-ash, whicfiT is the alkali ;;th?s iJp
' fimc the mkss is melted and well incofp
J-ated jtogetlnvr. The fire is l hen -feri u ly!
jncrened. and continued for Iflve ; hours
moreby which, tinm the mass heel np,
.-AvhatSs tiojw en'omfnli'cdi ft ";!
j; 'Hn- mjetajiurgyi: m'ariyJores') nfal
pmeltUvithput sometliinjgrfalled a fitt
tnakejthem flow, so here the crvs allsanS
is ntehed by the belji ol the alkaliiielali
jand being run'ihto one Lbdv, iseadjr.lor
iise; ., j . -: 1 ,i I , vrt J1 "1 f
If stio.uld go into a glass-noUsyvtt
jWould seci a man who has a long! fule W
iron m his!, hand. lle dips one end!
pot!of meffed glassj some of wbicUliicfes
.to tho iron tube. The class in thYtt :-rK;
ii almost l.onid. and will r ;.,! ii.ai.TP
lit. He claps his mou:lrto-the!nUA
iii.- iiiuii.ii io me npnripnn
? nntt oiows ; nis,orea;u js ciliated I vf tlie
: : Krivf Syria, wjjere ihfywere ohlighq
;-jf!lo;cotiiihue3Vcm'I dax-sl'hpy; liUicJtklp
:fwythf-fclr)rrfhdmacl.'a'ifre on ihcrMiclswi
kali, ijviirmake gliiir melted toelief
in a fierce fijrc.v Uut. in the preseat'dajt
otherlt hinssj are added, in order tb rentier
1 L beat cf the glassand the glass Iswfiljs tint;
! ir like abladder whca-blowti itito. iThcj, jnofc
jyl it swplls in size, the thinner it lijpcornie4 in
jy tsulistancrj. 5 He repeatedly: rolU Sft&(on
! r J a flat piece of iron, or marble; to ishapifiind
I r: PoM it. If ho is gohig to makh Wgpliik,
bconeris t he end of t heblatlder fjgla
1; and whirls his iron, which make thlltss
"j tly Open iptothexyide shape wanted i were
j y fit a bottle; be would put t he bimji ililft a
i r j mould, ahd bis blowing would; farce it'e
V fflrisi into the exact shpo of b raoufdv
1 1 1 ;TIjei ho jwould bpenllh neck, jfirm jnM it
I i un ik.jjit-tc wifyjii yr cuuiniit Wtn
lrMbw)3 till it becdmfs of a IargtizeJ
i i . . i i ... -v i. . I. ;r..v
js.ooiigeq W iako tus worn io me lurnrtcq
; n ' t
y7.fl cj mawindow-glass. which you (injowl
f,1Tistj hti tyulh tilt, hct tlips thei-lron! tubej
i tei-ernl times in'.o the fuelled irlaii, audi
j It ke s cwt'hn can ios war!; it any Ijnrlfinicogjia
Tfri$GUhe at - r;!3 i o ::;:!, and ilhel
J .5 - ......... -- - c, ,
'l thM gla53, which was a globe, becomes
quite flat a whole circle ot thm flat pass
--except the knob in the middle, by which
thri iron rod heM it. 'Vv
j, !Annb?ln'r foriiacp you would fee them
making what is called plate glass, Tor riliN
H eTe you percei vo a flat table Vb v
prfl wi t h cbppotvwi ) h If ilges fit t he sides
lofieep fit iiu - rbey pour Isome r ineltpd
glass frdm" the furnace upon the tablet-"
It jruns all oyer ir up to flwledgf s"; butT
iafortleif UV make At perfectly flannd of
ati evenr th jckne.ss, t be man passes a large
jmHal rpllrr ovf r UM'rf':'i::'
1 1 jVhcl coId7thffp!a?f. of glass mustlie
ground Ion both sides 'with sand ; then pol
isbjrd ' With emery and putt yt till t hesu rfi
ctf s are fext reme y smbot h. : Ye t - i t is not
a lpoki ng'glass "til 1 aj thin coat of quick
1 iYhen theglas is brought'Jo its proper
sbapeit must untlcrgo antt! her process be
pi'ftnYiU'U called anhp'aK
i nj. 'J' he pieces f va re must be brought
s( pparfthe fin; as to be. almost in a melf
n state;: Jhey must Uer drawn. away in
aery raduaj manner, so as to cool gent
lyli rislJlieVvWould. be so brittle as not to
blar hot water, and I hey would break, too,
Wph thKsliglfest sfroke . . :
j? I Jhe Silvering I The plaie sriass lorinir
Nlns is ot done at thr slass-housp ; but as
llMipprlipyou afe"curiou&;tonow bow
ipjijcksifvcr can'- be fastp'ned upon glass, I
I von. Ii is called silvering ine
(ilfhough, iniact. it U tiuning the
lor it is a sheet of tin foil, wliich is
fasrened tinori t be clast by I He help ofi
qUlCKSJver, wrilCIJ uiwoives nuu imij;ira
ivNh the tin (bit. andthus adheresT -Tin
loll is ff uro tin. ba'en out to a very t h'n
lefa. This must bo jhet whole sizft of the
glass. ;; Tile' foil Uilaid ; b'i a verjr flat,
smoo h tfon table : auicksilvo is noured
Mni fbis.lill it is floated wib it ; Jl be glass
is then placed on i and pressed down
wit h , legaden -weights, i. - It remains t here
for sevtrardays; till the mixture cleaves
jirinlly;t the glass; . ; . . . .
fr jYoU woubl perhaps like to know about
the cutting of glass. You see many wine
gjajsses and decanTers have form-d o i them
brautiful shaped, knpbs and angles, which
gljtker and show a, variety of. colors'; now
tills is done- bV grinding; Glass, to be cur.
is Held against a'feharp wheels which re
j voltes svilily ; and the; workm in, bv mav-
inauieiasprojuces tlie dirtiireiit uesigns
.jures, triangles, diamonds, 6cc, which
ym sce upon it.
ME ANCIENTJTUSCULANS. ;
II iT4ie lrusculans of) Dosed the Roman a rms
jya"metho(l so jetitirely new. that it made
lhjm. iY hen the tjops entpf ed their coun
ry,f jdiinbabitants neither abandoned
tbeirpaces in flip line of t heir march, nor
desisted rbmccultivating their lands. A
great number of the citizens, dressed as in
times ol peace., came out to meet the
gpitierals. Camillus, having encamped be
lore tho gates, which were open, and de
siring jo know whe!lierthe same tranquil
ity preailetl wiibin thti Walls as he bad
1 nd in tlie. jcounirv. entered the. ci? v. -
A I the bouses and shops were open, arid
al t hej arti Hcers were intent i ipo:i t r;ules ;
'f hp schools resounded with the voicesof
thkululclreri : at their books': 'the streets
wjre lull of people going backwards and
torwards upon jiusiness without any sign
ot terror or ama'zcmeniVand the least trace
of war. Everything was tranquil arid pa
cijftc.yCamillu5v surprised at such a sight,
aad ofercome by; the enemy s patience,
caused the assembly to be summoned by
tfcrilagistrafcs. Tusciilans said he,
"(Jrou kri; the only people who till now
hve jbuud the true arms and forces ca
fjjtleof securing them against ihe anger
of; lh Rbmans." Sach probably will be
toe conduct of Christians, on gospel prin-
clplcif, as ah introuc.ion ta tha glorious
JJMI..J- .1. .. .... .. i .i.
ipiiiii-iiiiuiii. um universjti iranqunry, un
tertle spiritual government of the true
Sulonion, the PriaicW of Peace. Dod
driffJe's Lectures. jOl, Nute by Dr. E.
t ISA BAD THiXG to PROMISE AND
NOT TO PERFORM,
A cardner, who had three sons. Frank.
Marlnd PiMer, having occasion to leave
Homrff1old Frank to In; sure to water some
plants which had been, just put in the
lyuini , uui x' liintv uul nof.even reply io
bis Imher. .Jlo then asked Murk if he
U ouJtMake care t hat! l he plants were wa
1 1 red, and M i rk said hp won Id i f he. eould
jfnd jlimp. ' Beinj: rathpr doulitful of the
jworll bein done, I herartlener applied to
p?ete . Peterlsaid Iip, can I depend
Bn your watPnns the olants?"
Ves replied Peter, yjpavp it to me.
ill shall be right, I will not only do it,
will set about it direc'lv."
ivay went the ganlener to spp. to somp
Faifairs, but when be returned home
:SP!?P o water nau uppn given
It I did not expec, s:iid hp.
on Id 1 rouble bis bead about
alter, becau.se he promispil noihins.
w.-is ver.v-doub:ful ivhetlMT.Mark would
do as I renuired him! Jie.eauso be septnrd
Ho hesitate, about it himself But I felt
tertain that Peter would not disappoint
":" -";' lainy anu laiiiuuiiv pro-piisj-d
that he would not only do it, but set
jaboiit it oncpy I ; am crie ved at i h mn.
klncjt of Frank, and still more so at that of
siuarK,i)UU'c:eroas grieved me jnore rtian
jbolh put together,? , r . "
: ?mber lhat though we. cannot cx
!pet much from thought Ipss Imys. who de
SsnisP. or who cafe vrv littt ni.Ant
jSuhday school, yet we do txpecV ninch
jtrom tnose wno regularly attend ir;That
lateu'dahce: implies a promise! to fear G6d
janl Beep his commandments ; and if this
promise is not fullilled, the scholar like
the son that .said he Would wafer bis fiLfh
fPrii tilnnt.vL "will nnf br n rnmfr. tppnpr
bat u pronijse breaker
li fc m awa:.w I " V V 1 ' Vr A
I! I ? - ' U -v "-.-'- ' .
ri1 vrvf. tij-i ..utuiiiit.y. Hi u'riv iiaui.is.iiK.-
I cved na--discontinue --'t!ife"siaful practice -of
in the MediferrJic.dnn
interesting letter fm the American Con
sul at Gnoa, (X E(Fyards JesteO,jo a
friend iuwi York, and coatrUmtedto
k.i;,; nW.t and reception of the
rican Squadron at that place last sum-
CimfSmitli ia rnayjpbibllcnow ;
h is I Vbm Bosro anti ija true xr, ig
lactjer;' Ugucsscnxvi H genera IM right:
Every ship ia i squadron U 4n fier ect
orderVand as neat as arSfiakr kilchen.--
E very .officer;'' and reveiy f ihari, knows diis
plabr. Count Admiral (ieWry told tip,
never seen a squadron ihjguch perfpctl or
der; nor such beautiful vessels.- Our Na
val vessels a I ways exci t cj uniyersaFadmi
ratifc but this squadron is wjiat the I-al-ians
call veramente uti tnctthfo, a nd jt he
Columbia iswithouf doubt o:yx oft he most
bcaitifui frigalrs in the Wlorld.tr YouTjiaj
judjfeof tbf perfect discijdinj; of the i ile't.
when 1 tell you that "12..0 . men camej on
shorr. and not one broke Ibis jlilerty. it id
only one gbt (Irnnk- liut jtbe fPemperatice.
llelti nnatioii must take is share of cr 'dit
for this, for the flag ship is tee-total ship,
and very liJtle4is dink in ? the o. her ves
sels. TneJmpression crejated in Uic JS1 edi-.
terr.i nean 1 y ComS.s squadron, will be
intinitely inore to our credit ilia n any o'li
er tljat iias recent ly entel ed jt ., ;,; for gene
rally the I uliaus at leajbive supposed
our -seumai i were"4 a fighting and drink
ing set of fellows." Tu; squadron re
maiiled twelve days, and it Vas a season
of fes ivitv. Every day at dinner, or everv
evening at a soiree or the, opera vn: met.
Nearly all the oflicers spoke eil her Feiich
land many bo b, iwhich made
y cou ri ed u n i ve rsa I ly. vben
on ame,l hq Old JMarqu ijs in
L egro was at nis count ry vaia. lie came
in the town as soon as be could to make
arraiigemetits to give a succession of letes
at hfcvilellft, with illuminations in the
garden.; liut the Commodore bad iteen
.T t - - 'a" s I
Mabon by adverse winds
weeks, and he could no! longer delay bis
summer cruise ; and dayi before ypstei
we alt went on loard to say 'gwd bye ;
in four hours the maintop-gallant y
01 the Inmates Were bid behind tin
waters. 'Ihe Fairlield
sails for M lhon
oins I tie squadron at l a pies,
. Ik. T 1
Plymouth had been orthj-red,
and then tl
ey all sail round to the A Iriatic
and the coast of G.'eece.
iOJ liiucu itir
The Grace of WashingtmCs Molhkr.
A correspondent of the Nejw York jSun,
Irpm Fredericksburg, Virginia,
siys " li I did nor see y ashington s tornr,
I haS'e see a his mother's, She lived anil
died! here in Fredericksburg. The long
white house in which she lived remains,
andjis inh ibited by o'bers, vhilea ir onu
rnent out in the fields, hall' finished, covers
her remains, and is a sad pic'.ure of same
thing completion ami j desolation. It is
on the es ate of Mr. Gordon, who has o-ten-atiousy
hnilt a bfibk wall around
some family graves near by! as if I he ir re
membrance depended uvppnj being Ii iked
whh he r's who has no iie djof eptJtbh or
v a a k
pointed one.! The monumenf. wfs de-"
siirnV d and Sf f:ir finisliHili liv n 1V vv
er. H-.i after wartls failed, having epen
ded'about $15,000 on it, arid the monu
ment stands unfinished t
! - .
Tuie base is ten or iwelvc feet Hiish.
formed of several blocks of marble,
lesspnin?; in size and wrpugjit in C ir
unorder; while the obelisk which
crown, it. a huse block lof irrev m
nenny lourleen feet in length, lies neiar by
in the rough, well embcdtled in the! sand
soill Sotno wretches have made one side
of t be monument a shooting tarjretl and
havp! desjjmih-d it in many ways. Jf
leltsorroiv and indignation, lit was
looking oji a picture likv? jihisL Tae inoih
er ot Vasliiagon ! w'ifh an unfinished
mo!)umehJ :br Nhame Virginia ! Where
is thy chivalry, thy blush ? j B it wbv do
I chide-Hihev are most to be pilied! who
can! live and look o;i such a dseer
This is one ofthe oldest towns in Vir,
has a litilo commercel on jhe
cotifaiushboui 5 ii.Q inliabitaii's
I . i i
dilapidated ajid pobrlike koine
thiilg once vigorous but now decayed.,,
A r AUT JilY IjIRL.-
-The Kinni'h?c Jp irnul
gives the following desctlption 4i the rojnanlic
adventures of a New Bngland FactorysGirl."
,Miss Irene Nichols, daughter of Mr. Na
ihnriifl Nichol?, of Monrnntit'i, Kennelep Co.,
whije in a factory in Dorchester, Massachusetts,
som f mii or five years nce, was ofii'itld very
liberal wag8 to gi to Mexico, and engage in a
factory Just established there. She, wilh eiht
others, accepted thf otlr. While liheire, she
berme acquainted with; Herrera, the frespnt
revolting j and succes3fuf General, with whom
she contracted marnarre bhe made a risii
h r Jf iends in Maine, last stimmef d ji i.ig which
left pre in Ju!y or Augiist la$b via Nev Yoik
whtjrp she obtained a license and was united ill
marriage to Gen. Herrera, by hij rejfesinta
tive the jGeneral not beng aile to Ieavs Mexi
ci.-f-a step rendered necessary, as the parlies
were both i Protestants, and could not. nrirj.
rie4 in Mexico, a Cathlic "ciMintry. llerrera
is now, PresiditvbfiIexico baring Ills head
quarters at the National Pa'ace in theity,and
thii Kerinebec Factory Oitl "revels intlih
Halls of ths MOTi'czumat. . '
1 .. .. i . .... . 1 . . .- . - (.
TemTTcriancc Revival'.'--The Baltimore Sun
ays : " Tlie' Temperance - cause in Ne!w Yoik
and Philadelphia bas teen greatly re vi red with!
in i feW weeks past, from the drooping condj
tioii in Which the rerent political exciterpent bad
'reducedi it. .This, we learn, is mainly jto Ihj ai.
triSuted! to the lectures )f Mr. :Goiigli, a young
rain, wtiose style of -speaking is represented f
beseicellcht, and his rtiatter pertinent and pej-.
sulsive. ,f lie-was to deHvprlhb fireWell lee.
ture. in jPhiladelpliia. last evening, and! tnny lie
expected i:i this city? in a fv.w days, i By the
way. wp 'observe that tho, Va!i!ntoriia!is are
bri!s!ai!'t:n Hr a reruUr winter campMn, and!
wiil delist .tss give LtiH a cor.4u,l rccpttca
A hnppipr iilustraticm oftlie wonderful char
ncterof the Kible, and the facility with which
eren a child miy answer by it the greatest of
fltlPoti.HT, and gTe the juij.linei w-iiyrerit:,
as perhaps never given than at an xatnina
lion of ti deaf anam! institution, some years
T.-nrf. til V
OA little bov wa asked in writing. Mwnnjnaje
tbH wbrld !" He took the chalk nnd wrte un-
rter the question, r irr me nrimiiu w .v
tW the Heavens ami the Etrth The.ergy:
did Jean Christc-tmc titothe wtirldl" -A smile,
of delight aa4fgrafitiJi? re3!el on the counted
nrtnee uf the Jirlle flllow uj: he" wrute
;?"nds is a faithful saving tind worthy of all
acceptation, that Jesus Christ came iato the
World to save sinner."- r ; "
L third was then proposed, evident y adapted
to call nis m tsi poweriui u-cings nurKaiw.
! j j?, Why were you1 born deaf aud dunil , vhen
I can hear arid speak t' - -
II hi m st oowertul tee;inga into exercise.
:f Nerer, Vsaid an eyerWitness, , snail lr.
get the )ik '"oT-' r'ifgnatrqjt which :" s.tupjnhist
Corintenaaeei ;.as he ttwk the chalk and 'wrrt ;"
I u Eirea s i-i, Faiheiy fir rso it iseerried good in
thy sight." , v - r
From the ,Ri:hnaond (Va.ChrUtian AJvoctte. ; j
i; ' D2VOTIONAL STANZAS v j
B7 T3E. TJITE MR3- rSAXCES RtmntSrOItl). (
" fae.-RKkjhai i higher than f,- Ts. jxi. 2.
Though friends disappoint, and enemies rage, 1
Yet God his a balsam the wound to as3tiage ; ,
On this golden antidote I will rely, r .
And look at the Rock that is h'gher than I, . J
With con5 lence plead at the throne of bis graced
Invoke the continual smiles of his face ; " j
At the foot of his mercy a sjppliant lie; ' j-
And look to the Rock thit is higher tha 1 1.
I, ; I'm travelling a desert both dreary and wide, " '
; Bat have an invaluable; heavenly guide : ' i
I Tho dangers and snares thro this wilderness lie, j
. Yet I look' to the Rock that is higher than I. "
ThoagU gloomy and Uark he can light up the way,
Turn (ear into hope, and night into day ; "
With this blessed promise, O why should I die.
When there is a Rock so much higher shan I.
While under its shadow I sit with delight,
The promises claim, so cheering, so bright,
I'll took to that hiven of rest in the sky,
And lean on the Rock that is higher than I. .
Though trouble surround me, and conflicts within.
Beset with temptitions, and burden'd Vith sin.
Though tempests affright me, and billows run high,
I will ciinz to ths Rack that is higher than I.
An I when the list summons to yield up my breath,
Ile'il light up the valley and shadow of death.
Then pwift over Jordan 111 mount to the sky.
To dwell with the Rock that is hlghar than I.
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Court notice3 an 1 Co"irt orders will be charged 25 per
cent, higher thm the above rates.
A deduction of 3) 13 pr cent will be made to those
jo advertise by die y?ar.
Ail a I .'ertiae.Tin wJl be contime I until forbiJ and-
hnrge I for asjordiny, unless ordered for a certain nam
ber of tim?.
JO" Littsrs a I lres3? I :o th3 E Iitora mast com; pisf
to ensure attention.
1 1 : . . '.
5T11C State of ieMCpiif,
I LA FAYETTE COUNTY.
j'j. CiaCUIT COU3.T XOVEMBEX TEEM, 1814
jWilliam R. Cunaingbam, ) i
r. Attachment for $1,920 CO
William Kennedy. j
fffHIS day came the Plaintiff by his Attorney, and it
JI appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, thai the
Defendant, William Kennedy, is a non-resident of the
State of Mississippi, so that the ordinary process of the
CoufV cannot be served upon : It- is therefore, ordered ly
the Court, that unless the said William Kennedy appear
before the dudge of our next Circuit Court, to be hoiden
for the county of La Fayeite, at the Court-House, in
the Town of Oxford, on the 3rd monday of May next,
to plead, answer or demur to said sultj of Attachment.
;ju Igment will be ten lered. an 1 the property so attache
will be sold to sit:s.y platntifTs debt, damages, ana cost.
It is further ordere.l by the Court, rhit a copy of this or
der be pa'Jishe I in the Carolina Wstchmnn, a newsp-i-per
printed in the Town of Salisbury, North Caiolina,
for six months sa:cessive!y. Attest, a tme copy.
C M. PHIPPS, Clerk.
Emfl-Printers fee S20 -
LAND AND MILLS
THE subscriber now offers for sale his plantation ly
ing on the waters of Fourth creek, one mile north
of Third creek ch-irch, and 15 miles west of Salisbury,
containing upwards of
FOUR HUNDRED ACRES,
Upon which there is a splendid set of
! MILLS, consisting of GRISTMILLS,
f ! SAW MILL and WOOL CARD-''
y ING MACHINE.
all in operation ; with a stream sufficient at any season
of the year. The same is situated in thVheart of a rich
and flourishing neighborhood, ari l doubtless is not inferi
or to any stand in the county. The plantation can be en
targed or diminished to suit purchasers. Persons wish
ing to purchase such property would do well to call soon
and examine the same, as I am desirous of removing and
uniting my family in Davie county. A bargain will be
given. CHARLES GRIFFITH.
i! i Rowan county, July , 1844 ? .tflO
, --. , , ; : 4-
rTlHE subscriber being determined to remove, to the
JL west, ofiers for saje hj plantation lying on fourth
creek; within two miles of Concord Church, two miles
of Liberty Hill, and eighjt mile Northwest of States
Tille, containing 380 ACH i'.S, upon which there is
about 100 acres in cultivation ; 40 of which ia fiesh ; a
good Orchard and a first rate meadow; two" 41 J . .
. ' . DWELLING HOUSES, V: , :
one barn and other necessary outbuildings ; the best kind
of a spring ; a first rate new " r ':
SAWMILVAND OIL MILL,
now building ; and will be finished before possession will
bo given ; a good neig'aborhool and lieajtby section of
country ( Persons fonJ of machinery and pleasant sit
uation would do well to call and view the premises, as I
will sell lower than any plantation can be bouzht in this
section of country with cqtal soil and irnprovene.its.
Terras accommodating. ' SILAS D. SUA 11PE. '
IJf.vrtt Hill. IreJ'U a., Xy 23. 1844 tf3 .
'-' - : . -
tl'...:...i; IV.. 11.-. ..!.: itH! A..
: v - ims. S. C. HALL'S
SH"ETCIir:3 oi Urisla .CI2AH acth:
IN 0 1 NjJ M B CwS AT 12 i CCNTS EACH."'
SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTHATED. -
7T0 EJUfoa of Mrs. IIALL'8 far famed Tales and
JN Sketches of Irish Chiracter, his ever been publish
et in tha c.?ntry, ulthoui'a heroam? and m;riu arefa
miiiar 1 all fe iters of iiht titerature,so called. Who
hw not Tea l " Tixs IUxsow Postmam.! f Ln.t.y Q'Dri-
a --u Ait- UchVKitx - ani who that has read
them can ever forget tlulr sparkle, their pathos, their
Jiep, absorbing interest ? tfiv v-Ss: .! ls?v y.
' All wha hive beeachnn?diiby the beauty jof thifse
s!ietchs,br jibr few bf them thit have bjcasioniily fosind
their way in;d o ir periodicils, will be gratified to Icaan,
mirable portraits of Irisi life and character. The wood
cuts alone Will cost several hundred dollars." Tlie wbtjle;
when completed, will make a volume of nearly 400 pages,
and be one of the handsomest books ever issued fa t iiis
country, .w It contains nothing that is sectarian, or at all
oflensivejo 8y c&&;'rS. '
,It is gatifyjinqf to fin lthiit tha public taste Is returning',
sitiated, froml-ihe tnaaa of chsap (dear!) reading villa in
OU3ty' printed hat hns com: teeming from the press in
the last twij years, an I that goo I books, well printed in
large type.ad hnd.wmely embellished, are comta ag lin
into fi4tion j To cater for s:ich a taste is the' publishers'
mo3t plensanl ta?k; Phi oCering. thS woik we nowr do, to
the re3dia?jpbbl!e,'we e.tp?rience arp'eis:ire thal is ney
erfel, wh? a dark, 3inylokln a&nr with type- fa
tally s.mli tp$ thjf eyes, is thruit forth. A ptgli ;aa I
sen of shjra; go 'whh th? one ; but we launch provt lly
wkh the otifr upon Jhe tile and ask for javoriag gales;
ail fivj.ung .ilc3, w, know, awiit the a dmirabje, Vol
ume we nowpresent to the reader. y r v jf I i!
I4 The wo k will be completed in about twenfy-f jur
weekly nu-wbers. l To any "one transmitting us $3 j we
will sen I the whole wo. k by mail, as it reg-ilarly appears.
Or two copten f r 8aanl five copies for $10. I
An if will be published in numbers, at reg ilar periods,
it can he sent, by mail at periodical pcstasre.y Elach nini
ber will captain only a single sheet, and, therefore, the
w r " '
j postage will fee light. - . y " ' ,';) : "
ror saie ai me tunerem renomcai uaices inrougnput
the United States. ! ' - : "'- ' J-'- .h - j t .
The Trade supplied on liberal Jerms. - ' i 'v j j
A specimen nnraber wjf be sent to any one who wdl
write to osL free of ptKtaee.
B. FERRETT &. Co.
PJhl;3hels, Tgalblfo. !! Cheanat Street Phnadelptfti"
FILL AND WLrER FASHIONS
ALSQBRQOK AND MILLER,
Tailors, (late of the City of Raleigh.) I
TTTAVIIG located ourselves in the Town of xlis
JL JLburyppermanently,) we intend carrying on our bu
siness in ajstyte not tp be surpassed in the State; or font
of it. Oui" establishment is in the room on thicorn(rof
the HJtnsiori Ilite'-, formerly occupiel as the Post 0.
fice. Ve ihive employed the best of Northern Work
men. Noj expense or pains will be spared to reader
nhls a Fashionable' Establishment in all respects. Cfen
men, the -efo-e, mny.rcly on hiving their clothes inade
ap in the most fasliionable and durable mmner. lre
have beeniengnged regnlarly in cutting for the last ifive
years, an I pirt of the time in some of the most celebra
ted establishments in the Southern States We shall not
hesitate to' giiranec every thing to fit we cat and make.
Ihiidoii Paris and New York 1 .
received nionth'y. In conoaison, should we be encour
agel, no one will be be under the disagreeable necessity
to send away to. procure firet-rate made clothing, j
We return thanks tor the literal patronage hereto
fore bestowed on us, anJThope by fashionable ork
and strict attention to business to merit continnance of
the same.! A. P. v4LSOBROOK.
. Eefete;e. II. S. MILLER.
Thomas M. Oliver, Raleigh, N. C
Sept. 14. J 8441 26 : i
nmntinnivn ii'i'i iikijinu nnnon i
t JU'.VAliill.Vj LJJlUloMUJ uutr.,
HALL $ HALL
TT7"0ULD inform the merchants of the interior
T 7 they have in connection wlt'xthe general GS&irMs0
c29ar Oxi3li(a33Sd added to that of For
wirding ;l aa 1 hiviri? large ani commoTToua Mare?
bouses on; tUi bank of the River, are prepared to receive
and forwalrd Goods upon such tsrm as will defy .Ml com
petition, cjurc!nrai3 and expenses being one-third lesson
the freight bills than any other house in the place, j,
AH Goods sh'ppcd to G. W. Divis of Wihningtoi, for
the interior, an I not otherwise directed, will be fouad in
our possession. ' fi j f
Fiystitvitle, Miy2, lSli tUG h i .
FUBN1TURE ! FUM1TURH !!
THE subscriber respectful
ly informs his friends and
the public that he still continues to cairy on
ihe :!' '' - " y i -
in Salisbury! on main street, a few tlco s south of J. &
W. Murphy's s:orerand just opposite the Rowan Hotel,
IIe"has oh hand a large a3iortm nt of furniture j and
keeps in hisemployment the best of workman, anJ! uses
the test materials the counriy arTotds. ! He Itas on hir?d
at all times an assortment of such work as wilt suit the
wants of the country, such as Bureau, S de
retaries, ICup-'toaFdi, Tj'jUs,
B&iomtncl Windsor CJudrkt c.
A neat assortment of Coffins will ahro be kect on hand.
arranged, froi twenty inches to the largest size, ;
AH of the above shall be made in the, best sjtylej, and
the charges shall be as low or lower thin aiahy Other
shop of the kind in this place, or in the Suite. j .
Al kinds f country produce and lumber will be taken
in exchinge for wotk. DAVID AVATSO.
SalisbutV, fan. 20, 1844
'it II 15 lMlOI'ttltiTOItS
s y of. the
I j. j. bruseb & -8. vt. mm
RespecLully in form the Business Public, that: they are
now brepared to execute at the shortest notice.
op t.tcr v nnsritipTiov, d i. tub
I- .vi;it Y( IIl-WT WTVI.1
tTT Their assortment Of TYPE for large Posting-Bill.
Blanksand Cards, fa peihaps superior to any in. the I
oate i-ranj we Latter ourselves mat we know as well
how to use them as any Printer or Printers in tLe
Southern Country, ?r'M,.;:y&-; hi
They keep constantly on hinl a" large aadl banxlsome
supply ?f BLANKS, of almost every : variety, bSed lbyi
jsaeous, ciejfes ana ixastables, (printed on tuie paper j
Sherds, Deeds,; v
Trait, . do. . !.
Prosecution, - do. - -Ca.
Delivery, s. do-" ;
Constable, - do. "
"ri --r i-l. --'
Subpcenas, c.& s. Conrts,
- Note of hand, 4:1'
executions fore. & s. Courts
v Warrants, ;. . ; j -i
Jurors t icketS.c. Sc. . Coort
BESIDES OTHER VARIETIES, amns WHICH
-ARE A QUANTITY OF EQUITY ELAXKS.
ICf1 Aljl orders of Job Printing, or for Blanks, wi
they mjay be favored, shall receive panctul at'ei
--- they may be favored, saaii receive panctul atrenton
I co e.lbrt oa their pirt shill be spared to merit th f-vcr
their pirt s:iill be spareJ to tr
- and patronage of the public
that the 8ub42nbers have com;nerjced publLehing in nuim
oers, at, is sena eacn, on nne wane paper; anj in cle
bold .type, ityi:4Iid:y3uitrati ediiioa of these ad
9 -owi ie7 may voc.ru
; t r r i rf ii .1 .. ...'.
r : 1 1 no Amcncani: z v : : . .-.The trst tL
.- of the first number eft'., " Avr-cjv Rtmi
bnsbeerv rapidly circulatel.cn n ; vc.n J ia now deruaa.
ded. 31eanwh,le . a great t Las come overiE
cpuiry.r Asnnst all just caiculaticn, byl fc-.dcr
hpod,and illegal saffiages Ijenry Clay and tlie Wbisr dIt
ty, and the teet hepes of the Naticrn have been de'Vattf
I?ut they are not vanqalshedthey are $Lili the aameU
cn l more honored by such advers.ty than kheir opponeo:.
m t.ie r prosperity. M hey aie jn realitv st
n reahty ftronger tfu.a
or the onset ; for tW
have practtcaLy conq-iered in 'the
ivnuw liifiHssfivcs io te r.rtuaLy a
majority of the
ivmeriean t eop'e.
gether ;jand the positions already long occupied by tha
though falsely assumed, in j.art, by ihe eneniy', for pmw
ses of the hour, mast naturally revert to tiipjr $ole posies,
sion, or become in their disjointed body the clementTor
dissolution. -.-f ' y.-'-:' vV-i i: ; : ''
I j ;Ar such a timers it necessary to urge npoq! every one
the importance of sustaining a National Review, corW
ponding to that which ihe Democratic party have i,, .
wide an organ of inflaetice so ably pernicious ! Is itlnnT -
even possible that if such a work had been for manyWara
t.-.-J .u....I.V ..t.TT; .1 t . . r I
vfivuiaicu (Uiuugiiuui iuc vu.un, n c mija no w De 18
certamly now more needed, thaa ever fctkire Sincetwe
: were a n.uiyi. Great .q iestions ore to be! argued-gUat -f-iblic
measu-esare to be as3i:Ied or defended ; arid it is
time thit th? peop'e h diflerent seciions who are alike op
fio?ed to radbalisra. corruption and misi ale had on aij de.
finite mattersf State greater unlormity of ssntuneri
jPo'ariimiqr 'a lege gives power, y ; j j . j 1 j " ,
II 'Aside from Politics, the state of American rhilosophy -and
Literature, so replete with specula t Urn, error and fab
principles of taste, demands an earnest arid vigorous p.
Can. which may penetrate every part of the land and gradV
qally inSuence the opinions ofthe present and rising torn." v
e'rationsyif yyy-yy;v;y . :;;' ' I f I . ';
tj Td these ends the Am?rican Re'view was begca
for these endswe ask for it t'.e support of the covntty. '
Tjts mere continuance beyond cont jigency, but all nw ;
that, to be stamped with any effective' and terfnanent- f
flower, it must have & literal su' script iotr, through wnkk
its writeismay.be lil eral'y paid. , - p ; j f 1
: l Th1' following is from the original Proppectus issued at
Washington ty the AVbig Members of the TwentyjSeT
;h Cong-ess :
i " Earnestly ipprovini of the plan of such a National
organ, long needed and of manifest importance, The un.
ilersigned agree to contribute for its pages fim time t
liTmesuch communications a , may be requisite to set forik
a!nd de.end the doctrines held ty the united Whi: Ptny
of the Union. Geo. P. Marsh, D DBaniard, J R Inger.
sbll, E Joy Morris, TL Clingman, J McPherson Berrien,
Daniel Webster. Robert C WJmhtvp. Thomas Buret
Kirra, Hamilton Fish, J P Kennedy, J Collamer.ohh J
Hardin. Wm S Archer, Rufus Choate, Alexander II. St,
phens, ji ,;y ;
th In addition to these, a number of able writers have bera
enlisted for it3Various other departments, that veTy
jJo. besides strong political articles, will contain atoatJO
fages of Liternty Miscellany in Histoty,Biogi8tby!,;Critiy
ism,Iction,PoVtry,StatisticstScience and the Arts. Ka
pains will be spared, or means left unemployed, to make it
theJiiflt of Amejican periodicals; yyyf 'y:"4 P
' $ioi has been for some time before thf publjc. ttwai
put forth an.ler great disadvantages, but we are wilting to
abide by the impression it may m ke. U is intended rit
lu!e to give onlyjhree or four Engravings in the year but.
on these the ecst-of a dozen of the usual kind will ie ei
pende J. No. 1 , however, is embellished iwith twei Xmn.
totihto of Clay and Frelingh-jysen) and No. 2 to be issar d
acxtuc miawinier lor xrorusry, win inmaiu n un. !!(,
likeness and sketch of one" who has been for many ! ya
an honor-to the nation. Its articles ajso are from some of
the ablest pens among us. . " '. " .'"'. ;. .. K ;
I i Thejeonduct of ihelteview will be under the control of
pEottQE H. CoLTOSt.assbciated in the Political Department .
with o'hergmlemenof known standing and attainments.
Each No. will contain about 1 12 pages. ! , ' -j .' .
! , Terms Five Dollars year.to be pa id on receiving the
(first and second Nos. Tosocieties, Clubs, &c fiveieopiei
jfor$20. ' Or any. person becomiha responsible lor (bor
jcopies. will receive a fi.'ih gratis. Those .that have boujht
the 1st NoTonly can sabscribe; (or; the remainderj of the,
lyeardjy paying $4 59 at the office, t IR Nassau street ;
j O No one nee 1 heiitite about subscribing, as its ex
istenre for a year at least is guaranteed, c 1 ; .-' "' .
I Mmeymiy be sent free through Ml the Part Masters.
h N. B. All Commmicitions to'be 'addressed, ost.
iPAtn, to the" Editor, G. II, Colton, 118 Nassau stNew
FASmOXS FCR 1SU! ; i
HOItACE II. HEARD
HAS just received of Mr.'. F. Maua.v, tlie Loadott,
Paris and Philadelphia Fashions, for the Spring
Summer of 18-i-l, which far surpasses any thing of the
rkind teretoAre publiehedy He still carries on the -i
. TAILOR IN OiB US IN K S.S ;
in all its various branches, at his old stand, where he is
ever ready to meet and accommodate; his old or J new
jcustcmeis whh faionahle cutting and making :of gar
ments, not to be sarpnssed by any mthe boythern coun
try. Punctuality, despatch and faithful-woikina has been,
always shall be his aim and object... ThanljLful for
encouragementj he hopes to merit its continuance.'
P. S. Reference he deems unnecessary, as his experi
ence ani Work for the last thirteen years will show, i
pct'5, 1B44 tf28 lyjyKyy'; Hj; jjl. BEARD.
1 TU THE PUBLIC
rfIE subscriber ' takes this rnelho r.fn(or.
ming the puWiciTlhat' he still continues t
enrry on-.iue ousiness oi a i .tjt tu vu i
as usual, at his granite Qtiary sevpn rjfiirejs south
of Sali?b-iry7nearthe old Charleston rjnarJ where
he" is able to supply all orders ttr Mill SionrsM
thc-liest grit and on the shortest notice. H Ah(h
f r sale, at theJowest prices, windotv sillWdmT
sills,, door steps rough litii!ding 1 rocks, toiBJ
stones, gold grinders &cJ -y i i hi T'
Salisbury. Nov. 2tlP44 lj27 ; f :
N. B. Orders fiir any . of the above wrrolt
artic!es, dijectedjiT roc at -Salisbury If.
pttnetually attended to '-M4-':': H
rTlIIE above business is carried on in all its vaww
JL branches, by . ' --'v :':-.,-.::v.:j-;,i -',y-
' . B. FFRALEYHifvC
in as fashionable and dcraWe style as it , can be done t
the Southern States, and warranted to fit well. : II' ,
keeps on band ready made y J. J " i j.
I COATS. VESTS AND PANTS.
for sale very low for cash, and a full supply of cloths W
trimmings, whrfdi will be made to order cheap. Clouds
cut on short notice. . i.',-' ' t : . -' '
N. B. Persons wishing to Jearn the art f00?'"8?!
meats, can be taught as he. acts as agent forsome
most fashionable esuWishments in New Vojk stia raw
detphia; . vv ' l'tflt?J
Mxi Fashions far the Fall and WW .
--y. v-: 1844-5.;
THOMAS DICKSON respectful'y uiTorms b !Y
and the public, that he still carries on JM
LORING BUSINESS in all its rarious rKfrtdf'
doors above J. &. W. Murphy's store where he
to execute all orders of hi customeis in ef? Zb"
per not inferior to any work done in this PY vrjf
try. He is also. in. the regular receipt e
YORfC FASIITO VS, and prepared to acemcdate,
tastes of the Fashionable at all times, yj '" ' j ,
Oct 12. 1844'' h ?;.-- . : V-.T- JjPjJ
, , . BY vv i- '.' .. i i i '
T!T.T TT ATJ I? IS. r ' Y-B ' ' :
At Ricbf ork, layItIori CTly.
i 3: On ihe Great Stage Road from North to 5wy '
and Sou'h-West :-' -UKM r
?: Eight miles North of.LeatriStoa. and v ;
y y 27 S W; of Greensboro.1
I committed to Jail Rowtn w
. ;,,' named Jfc4V
r h iakui up an
-M- ty on tae 4tn mstanr, a negro u - e
11 . ... ry
PwY : he is about 53 years old, 5 feet hig w" ntt
eye, aa t sirs he belong to Mr. Harper, near n .
. Carolini. -The owner isreqi?ted to cornel
til W wiiu L. tit!,.,,.
j It be.png3 to ihe h:g pnrty therefore still to stand atu'
dismayed and unbrokenT The battlels tut just began
New issues most constantly arise to LinJ theiii L
Z I jL:;r.
i ... r. f
j till iUl 13 IUI U1V ill. IUI J J tr.7.' Ie printed U order