; --Tcrin of the Watchman .
f .fijSripiio. per year, Two Dollars payable in
gjyince. Hot it' not paid in advance, Two dollars
tnj i fifty cts. will be charged,
grtfTH'tMEXTs inserted at $1 for the first, and 25 cts.
ffieh subsequent insert fun Court orders charged
2J pgr rt. higher than these rates A liberal deduc
lion to those who advertite by the year:
LettcM to the Cditora must be post paid.
1'oetmaate; thrre. The rrport is that I made a state,
fwnt'and certified to it, that I was well acquainted with
Mr. Mabry'a qaalificaions for business, ana mat i con-
Videred him wholly iacampriem 10 aiiruu iu a rwi ui-
"ic iwhere the buines mnouiitea ,o as mucn as at Lx
rtlrton. The charge is entirely false; and I will now
VitJearor to give the facts in, the case.
The lat time 1 was in Lexington, previous to the
Vew appointment being made, Dr. B. H. Whitney ap-
roached me on this subject, and did propose to me to
h-,ake such a statement as is charged against me in the
cpofti alluded to.' . Bat I dTlmed a compliance with
He proposition most peremptorily, and reminded that
irorAy gentleman of a fact which he seemed to suppose
had forgotten, to wit that fie was a Democrat and
Ir. Mabry a Whi and of rourwe it could not be ex
acted, f me to do such tiling utile, forsooth, I should
fciJdenly reverse my principles ol uci.on, and disregard
he '.to' f conscience and the wishes of my friends.
will farther state, for the benefit 61 those who circula
'd this rrpor., that 1 was at Mr. Clemmons' room in
fie evening the place where Whitney requested me to
i,it him, and found no person there bit Whitney and
lymmons, but the subject of certificates was pot men
tioned. I left lexington that evening ana ncara noin
TTO (HA MM IN A ' W A-WI-f M a tt
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BRUNEI & JAMES, f-. - xt ) rNFW spniF
Editors 4- Proprietors " A CH:CK 0,05 ALL tocr SM"lr-- Do xms, Libe.tv ,s safe." C , WU OLiIllL,
Editors 1 roprietors. ) Rchs. C?e'I.-rri.... J VOLUME V, NUMBER 27.
1 SALISBURY, N. C THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1848. 7
JACESO.f HlU., N. C, I
4 ( October 25, 1848. $
Messrs. Editoh I wish to occupy a small space in
Vour columns, in order to correct certain false reports
kKjt are in circulation ntmnt Ixinsrton. in rein''" to.
r 7 : . i . c
course riurwed by myself in the late .ppnimen. , CaM - V:lmt ' P.
viso and Baltimore. M'mocratic Platform. The
peroration was in a high tlegree eloquent and
impressive. At the conclusion of the speech
three hearty cheera were given for Petersburg
and her worthy and alented son.
There are few pet sons in Virginia to whom
the Whig patty is rhjo'rei indebted than Mr. S.
He is always ready jvrth tongue and pen, and
with either weapon never fails to do gallant
service. Richmond (Whig.
less express riders on this line, arrived at
Fort Brown on the 4th inst., Chihuahua.
which place he left on the 7th Septem
ber. Our troops left on the 7th. same day
Col. Washington wiih Bragg's battery
and Company H., 2d dragoons, for Santa
Fe Major Graham, with four companies
of dragoons, took the Southern route, pass
ing the copper mines, through the State of
Senora to California. The troops were
all in good health and fine spirits, and
were getting along well. Corn, through
he may lay by a stock that may 6erve as a pro
vision in case of adversity. A man says that
the times are bad the seasons are bad the
laws are bad. Be it so ; ImjI. were the case
reversed, it would m ike no difference to you. j shared 1
they were enabled n
much credit is due to Mr. i;;, h
Cr their humane unJ strenu . r
me Irom a wierr crave. 1
i the water and taken aboard tl i
directed our course to war J tie
antred a!out 9 o'clock. I was i
i gentlemanly and hospitable Ca-
ing, on ioard the ship, w here n
changed, and I partook of Lis f,
( kn.iwn biMpitalily till next mort.'.:
I 'h the pil.4, Mr. Kobrtts, . .
; after changing info several l. v -.
the ciij, where I arrived this (T
bells in the city and surrounding villages and thank t tLee eBtlemen v
never ceased ringing. ; erous and humane fe'einSs a!w'
The murderers of Count Latour derHar- ; from my
cu inai iney would serve all those who i My canva was hadly trrn 1 a
. . i ii
us views in the same manner. "v 'oon is mucu ir.jm
endeavor to remedy these CiC's -u
my Ust ascension from thlicitv
day of next sreek.
?ew Yoik, Oct. 12, 194S.
T u i i ' ...c Mi,-s in hip !snm manner.
how cai L! Tg yr,T''' Th" Minis,r- iHolvl : the Minister of
now can jou be otherwise than poor? How ; trt u j i -i .
many u re.paWo family have Jalleri from a ! fJ t I 1 " lU
high station, which they worthily and honora- ! a"em.PLt,nr l 'he city, and is locked
bly filled because neither the gentleman nor : ul' '" AU.a. i tie c. her Mwmlcr, with
the lady had been familiar with the firt four ' , PXCePt,on of Dobblhotr and Hornlost.
rules of arithmetic. Had they known how to i -V' have secrteJ themselves.
I All the militarv have left tb
out the entire route, is very scarce, selling 1 and to eee which preponderates, all their dim- the fighting has ceased.
at eight dollars theone, being at least j cullies might have been avoided. A very small ; The Diet declared itself in permanency.
iwui nines mc usuni price, tiorses, mutes j acquaintance with the principles of commerce deputation was sent to the Empe-
g further about the matter till Whitney received the J freejv
1oointnient. Tlifne are llie facts so far as I am con- j ' J'
LATEST If ROM TEXAS.
The steam ship Portland, Capti Place
arrived yesterday afternoon from Gal ves-
a ii .i noi : .... . .:.!. n f-
iw.uai.,g saucu iiiuiiue on uie iiou inst. j anu cauie are scarce, occasioned hy the I is sumctenrto teach that, if a man spends every
The most interesting news hy this arrt- j ravages of the Indians, Apaches, who are year more" tbatVhe receives, he will, necessa-
ai concern me muruersand depredations j continually commttting depredations, and nly full into poverty.
ny uie jnumns. rrom me Austin Uemo?
crat extra of the lth instant we extract
STATE T1WALS IX III!
L.ned; and now for the second one, which is that a
tromin-nt Democrat in Leiins?ton ottered me the ap
iintnient if I would support Gnus and Bu'ler. Such an
(Ter was made to me, and I shall only sny that it was
oi seceDled,. because I esteemed my principles lar more
hin I would an office that would yield thousands, much
Wone that would not yield a bare support, and I can-
oi suppose there is a man who knows me, believes that
could be induced by' the nope ot gam to desert the
nncip'ei ol the party to which l belong
As might have I been exnecte'' from
the short-sighted policy of the General
Government in disbanding a large portion
ol the ltangers on the frontier, before sup
plying their places with a sufficient force
of some kind for our protectioi the In
dians have again cjommenced their villa
nous outrages upon our citizens. For
Messrs. Editors, 1 mh to notice the originator of ; some days past vague and indefinite re-
rse reports; who he is and what he is. Js tie a ports have heen flyjn abgut of lhp
tigt laonotanunevernaveconsiuereunimu im. , . r , . i .. , . .
Vhat were his professions when he came to Iexingion : i'w ui jmiurps ui me savages in va- on a aarii nignr. i ney hailed these In-
eire months agot ; He was neutral m politics ; he nous quarters ; out nothing ot a reliable ! uians, supposing them to be Mexicans and
.Mcu.uu.ne vo.ru ,or nteii ... nu, ,,r nrrf. --.. character reached os until this momenta were in turn saluted with a shower of ar
ii made bun such a strong W lug now f It is only the fri rii . . x ,n, . . ' .
wiir. and cents-self interest i-7he le cause, and not i 1 he two following; letters wefe received , rows. They returned the fire, and re
paove of principle, fie carries out the old adage between 11 and 12 O clock, which arc of , treated on the same road a short distance
fell, " when he it in Koine.be does as Rome does.'
1 1 Demoemtic village he is a Democrat and when in
fWhig village he is a Whig,, in order to secure the cus--m,
in his profession. D. W. BADGET.
makins inroads unon the settlements. !
The ranchos and haciendas thought thatj
country have been abandoned, the inhab- '
itants congregated in the larger towns for
safety. This side of parras, Mr. Love was !
detained for 24 hours, at a rancho, being !
surrounded by a band of Camanche In- j
dians, who, after stealing a lot of horses j
and mules and wounding several Mexi- j
cans, finally retired. Mr. Love in com- j
nanv with fr Sshrm n nam onoc. i
party of Apache Indians, in the desert ! .lipHted, reached theshores of Great
! known as the Ti avesia, about eight o'clock
Hunt's Merchant Magazine.
From the Liverpool Times of October 14.
THE CHOLERA IN IRELAND.
We regret to state that the scourge
which, during the last few months, has
desolated the eastern parts of Europe,
spreauing us ravages irom Uairo to St.
Petersburgh, and lingering within these i
ror at Schonbrunn, demanding a popular :
Ministry, and the revocation of the decree VERDICT OF GUILTY O
appointing the Ban Royal Commissary of , AND McMANUS, AND
This morning at 8 o'clock the whole im
perial family left the Schonbrunn in the
direction of Lintz. All the troops on du
ty at Schonbrunn have followed them.
The castle'at. Schonbrunn is unguarded.
Various proclamations were issued du
ring the day in the name of the Diet.
OF DEATH PASSED 'i
MR. SMITH O'BRIEN ;
On the 7lh the court set r.t :
and the Lord Chief Justice p;.
his charge, at the conclusk
' , t 1 ' f " .
fpWWkt Hnmhnrrrh Y, i,k I icmjxji c uommamicMn cniei ot the
i i .i i crb ' National G
Drputy Scnerzcr, by one, is appointed j about 4 o'clock, the jury ret ir
At 20 minutes past five tl.
fob. the watchman. . j
Mf$T$. Editor $ : 1 hove not been an inattentive ob-
Tver of, l he progress of Rail Roads in this country.
fome have been commenced under unfavorable circum-
rinces, and soon abandoned; others have been badly
instructed, laid with light iron on wooden rails, ren-
1-ring the. road inadequate to transport heavy trains,
making an expense of repairs that absorb all the pro-
i'v. Instances may be found of roods, constructed in
I w way, which have been utterly unprofitable. : such on
ring rrlaid with heavy iron, (using the T rail, making
l road more efficient in power and expedition, reduc-
I frrigkt id charge ont hnlj ,) thereby greatly in-
rowng the business, and rendering the stock profitable.
With, the experience of Uuit Roads properly construc-
rd in the cuninieiicrinent, some of which, in Mossachu-
"M, have exceeded four (old the amount of business ex-
'-cred.and others rendered nrofil.ible by improved con-
iru-tiun,it may le linked is North Carolina to be dis-
hMiraged in Uuil Road enterprise !
I should say not. Let the eood old North State ex-
md the Raleiiih and (Jriston Rail Rood from Raleigh
If a sort of " central route " toward Salisbury, extend
themselves a sufficient commentary, with
out any remarks ojf ours.
To the Hon. G. T. WVood, Governor of the !
Slate of Texas :
You are resneclifullv informed that there
is a bodof hostile Indians down upon us,
then by taking the mountains they avoid-
ed the Indians during the next day, but
on returning to the road the Indians took !
their trail, and followed them to an arroyo
or ravine, swelled by recent rains and of
difficult passage. Here they made a stand
and .when the Indians arrived within
IIITTU I11C3IIUICSUI Ul fill i 1 I 1 L .1 t- 1
.v officially decUred bv 1 o,,, v p ' VS p ? "iv Fra"Z I "sam cir scats in ihc C,
-rat .ha. Asiatic Cho- , S" .VJl"!" .. H''.'- ' al" 1 Profound silence US.is for a :
clear the town of Hie military, and to dc- succcpdetl their entrance, lv.
clare a generwl amnesty for all persons broken by a slight rustling
concerned in the insurrection. the door of the jury room, fr
We learn that in the insurrection 150 the jury entered, headed bv t
persons-were killed, whilst the wounded Nvho held the issue paper in !
were 400 or GOO in number. , , . . 1 1 ,
, 1 he clerk having complete
of names, asked, in rather a
who have killed pne of-ur citizens, to reach of their rifles, fired upon them, kill
wit: our Chief Justice, G. W. Barnett ; ing their chief, whom they saw fall ; they
and have killed fotir citizens of De Witt then dashed across the arroyo. In cross-
county ; to wit : jfhn York and his sons-
in law, and wourided several others.
York, at' the head;. of twenty-seven men,
ing, Mr. Sherman's horse, which had been
wounded by the Indians the night before,
and being two weak, from loss of bloojd.
Britain. It is now
the RegisterJjeneral that
lera has appeared in the metropolis, and
well authenticated cases of the malady
are reported from Sunderland, Shields,
Hull, and Edinburgh. The disease made
its appearance almost contemporaneously
in Sunderland and in the low-lying dis
tricts below London Bridge. In both pla
ces the first cases were those of intemper
ate sailors, who came from Hamburgh
and were attacked by the malady on the
voyage. As regards Edinburgh, the ori
gin of the disease is left in doubt.
The official report of the Register-Gen
eral in London
to Saturday last
latest report, there had been twenty -five
; cases, twenty of which had proved fatal
it ir i . . ....
nr. luorrms Account oj his last lialloon indistinct tone, manifestly sc:
Ascension at New York. painful effect about to follow,
A description of a few ofihe principal events nave you agreed to your vcr
of my serial tour may not be altogether uninter- I The Foreman Yes.
reported thirteen casesup ''"S lhe public; beside, the publication : Clerk oflhe Crown' Ho
. In Edinburgh, up to the servf lo -assure my friend, al a distance j $ William Smith O'Brien
ere had been t wentv-five m l nV Pcrsoal afl"- . U "" 1
TT A7...I : 1 1. . 1. .1...
... i . i, . . . i ; tU . .1 J U ii cUIltSUdj 111 lilt; IJICSCIIL IHC
fifty Indians, on" ori near the Coletto.in De ! from under him, and. was washed over a j "umer ,,f cas,es '." tL"f " 15 to
Ym county. Twl, Indians were seen this fall ofahout sventy feet. Mr. Love threw be f 1,01,1 b"t a.a,l' "ic!1 rf '
.... ! , . , ! i - i , . vi , .; port is not yet issued. 1 he authorities in
evening within two and a half or three , his lariat over Mr. Sherman, and brought i n. ftftIlntpw spnm tn Un tMntr
miles of our" courtly seat, supposed to be him safely to the shore. Mr Love, who .. 1 , J ,. . ,
spies. Thirty-seven men left here day j has made several excursions on this route,
. .. . ! . ' .1 .l.li ...
having learned of
in pursuit of the
iih tire fJtprcti'ion of bring inrt by that improvinz
te. I hop none will be ntartlJ at thrs' suggestions
vinionary ; the odvn nine's of such a central route
oulj he immense. ' The line climate, fertile soil, and
Nlcrl wealth of the central an.J upper portions of N.
ttroltna, have not hee.n appreciated as ihey' sliould he.
Jlring thene ections-ofjjie State convenient to market
o go to Barnetts, not i as ijilso others, states that he hasuniformlv
York's fight, but went met with kind and hospitable treatment
tidians who killed Bar- I from the higher classes of the inhabitants.
i'U bnnoh if you pirase u unite with the charlotte nett on the Sandys in this county. We ' There are seven oi
pd, but the mam stem , looking to the Tennessee line, lrnow hot nreciselv how irreat a bodv of ! Mexican troops 4n Chihuahua. Col.
Indians are west of the Guadalupe, but! Washington gave a splendid review at
from circumstances we are of the belief Chihua. It was attended by an immense
that in addition tcj the above mentioned concourse the review ground, was sur
number. that thefe is still a much larger ; rounded by carriages filled with ladies:
body. We have Ssent couriers to Lag- ! Governor Trias, in return, gave a dinner
Ir means pf a Rail RoaJTonJ their lands would he range, Lavacca feeguin and Austin to j to Col. Washington and all the American
tVtly enhanced in value. In an after nimler I may iv; the informatilon and place the citi- i officers. Much good feeling was cxhibi-
f r uriaita ui iiic uuamugcs ui itir iiiojiustu Vriii
spare the lives of some who might ven- ! throughout.
ture unarmed on the frontiers. We ask ! El Hereldo, of Saltillo, relates the as
that through you the War Department j sassination of on Don Francisco Porras,
may be made acquainted with the expos- , a lieutenant in the old company of Bejar,
ed situation of theSTexas frontier, and nro- ! who .has been murdered in a rancho near
vide additional rafiging companies(alon
above the settlements. i
WM. II. STEWART,
A t the instance;of a meeting of the citi
zens of Gonzales bounty.
October 12, IS lb.
the most zealous precautions to counter
act, prevent, and remedy this . dreadful
I severed the nmo ihat connected my aial
car and vessel with the earth at 50 minute be
fore five o'clock I. M., and ascended moderate,
ly (it being almost a calm) towards ibe south
west. My progress in passing over the cily
was very slow ; and in consequence the usual
view ofthe Aerouaut was prolonged. Indeed,
for several minutes after I had arisen to the dis
tance ofahout a half a mile there appeared not
malady, which we earnestly .hope will to be lhe least progression forward of the Hal-
After a considerable Iap
foreman, in n low, supprti
pronounced Guilty Tear
seen and sobs heard in every
court Mr. O'Brien alone mait.t
posed aspect, and acknnwk !.
diet by slightly inclining his !
make but a brief visit to our shores. The lon- The principal streets, boil. lings and paikt jury.
V. Y "'7ull",,ia- j alarm is greatly diminished respecting its could be accurately traced out and were all een The foreman ofthe jurv c
orpipht hundred rppn nr ' . 0 J . 1 . . ..: r .i n . J"'J
. " , " , ; ; T ! destructive ettects amongst the great body v,rw ,ro,n ,ne "ery to me upper pan
TESTIMONY OF A NORTH cXltOLI
-From the Warrenton Reporter.
MrY err f.i.i,,; I hope you will permit
rhe, through the' columns of the Reporter,
tb correct at report wjhich has gained con-
Mderablc circulation in this county re-
pfcting my opinions as to the merits ol
ll)ejtvo candidates now before the people
of th United States for the Presidency.
1 have been informed by several of my
friends that a rumor is'iti circulation that
1. with other of the N. C. returned volun
teers, am opposed to the election ol Gen.
Taylor, and do not intend to support him
atjhe ensuing election. How, stich a re
port could cct abroad 1 know not ; for I
)cnov that no man has heard me express
ntijjr uch opinion. On the other hand 1
iivo always ueciareu a ueciueu preier
Guilota, by a man who occupied a house
in that rancho, and who had been a friend
and comrade of the victim. The mur
derer had an accomplice to perpetrate the
horrid deed, which was discovered by the
of the people ; iind we trust, with the ex
tensive arrangements made to check its
progress, that lhe limits of its mortality
will be confined to the seaport towns, and
that the great manufacturing hives of in
dustry will be spared this frightful addi
tion to the many sufferings they have late
The Insurrection at Vienna.
i The German mail has brought tidings
; of another insurrection and revolution in
j Vienna, which has terminated, like the
j first, in the defeat of the military and the
nmnftilnf. It tiff lit i-aIT r.r
r.L i .1 ' i i . ... Wliuillllli, with UI3 lIUl
ol the city, and Irom the North to the Last Riv. .
ers. The surrounding citv and villa-es manv to Ia" l,,m and c sa,J in ri
miles in the country were also visible at lhe
As 1 rose higher and passed over the wes- '
tern extremity of Long Island. I appeared to be
taking an easterly course ; I afterwards struck
a current that moved me slowly towards the
Jersey shore. I had now attained my greatest
altitude, ofT Rockaway, 20 miles from New
York, and formed the project of crossing the
sea to iSandy Hook or Squarn Reach, a distance
of about 15 miles. The view at ihis lime,
though distant, was intensely interesting ; Long
Island and through its whole client appeared
to be four or five miles Ion" ; the broad ex-
tone to the Clerk of the Crow
der, can't you read the rest V
The Clerk then read frc:.i
We earnestly recomrner !
er to the merciful consider..
Government, the jury being t.
of the opinion that, lor many ;
life should be spared.'
The Clerk of the Crown t!.
his sent, ami for about five
unbroken silence prevailed,
all being fixed on the calm, -
flight of the Emperor. The signal for the
present uprising was given by the at- panse of ocean was before me, and the cr ies countenance of the prisoner,
tempts of the Government or the War "."d country had become verydiminuiive in ap. Chiel Justice Blackburn v .
Minister to remove from the capital cer- pearancc. voice, Adjourn the Court to
tain regiments which had shown sympa- Considering that I should not be able lo land on Monday Morning.
Gonzales, Oct. 12, 1818. i were
owner of the rancho. whose suspicions uu tl.n nnnnlnr nartv. The neonle rrom ,hal height for some time and as it was
! were excited by the pains the murderers- prevented thedepartureof these regiments. n,oar su,'se, 1 determined to approach nearer
! -or inkiiio- tn I.omm with Hrv nnfl thf 1 . l f:ii.. I.U .,.l p, fi.t the earth. 1 therefore opened the valve and al-
.....j. ...... j WtllCIi llllflii v uiiicu iiicuii oiiu, iui iii 'imi -I i n . .-. r
Proclamation to this rlk-cl
Mr. O'Brien was then rem j
dock, and the building v-
Dear Sir-I r,Wd here tcdav on mv I SP ""t"? b.eJ.b?d:,!f. FT, lime in ".'e ry "Cits of Gr
. a .: I ,i rlea- ineuouj nttvnigneeiiuusuui.il manv. a body ol soldiers were louna on
way to Austm. wb.ch place I do not now f j lhJ hnd ma 5. j ,ul.r ee lion. The. Minister of
expect to reach for severa , lays, owing to , .. with cuhs. The eJ'nl LHtonr, has shared thc ,ate
f hn"n about4 llaWsays the authorities were diligent- of ciunt Lamberg and the two Zichys ,
twlitym swe' U "hi have beenbroken 'V, b8. " "i"1 the V a,,1 Vien"a ',he .rTr0" 0(;'"
up, and Dr. Burriet is supposed to have , "J ; , . V ,l,5U,Sima u" "
been killed. Cob Means arrived to-dav
I ; . , v, - .111111 III uiiu on iv. o unit v j i. uuil
knefffor Gen. Taylor over Mr. Cass, and - Vorkf with thirty men, encountered a band
aih determined to support him if I am for- I of miia,lSt some bne hundred strong, on
hnatc enough to reach tlje ballot box. I lhe Coletto, on the 19th inst., which re
teheve he lis fhe decided choice of two ; gu,led in lhe deeat f York's partv.
third of the returned volunteers, and will ; narxt Vnrb t,:v chn nnritUl,.i.kw 'Mr
Tl ...I -II . . . . I "
uere arp sqme wno win vote againsi j ,inson HSbady Vv6unded.
uui i Miiutv, uui mm Jilt, auuu ns uuvc
four persons, murdered in the neighbor
hood, had been carried to that place.
A meeting of delegates from the neigh
boring towns has been recently held in
Menclova, to devise sufficient means of
defence against the Indians, and also to
carry against them, in their own strong
holds, aggressive war, which alone, it is
hnvft been conferred on the tan nave
been revoked, and it is now lo be seen
whether he will act up to his asserted in
tentions to replace the Emperor firmly
on his throne. His army is nearer Vien
na than Pesth
.secure a descending motion. 1 had descended
less than half a mile when, to my astonishment,
I found that my couis-c was no longer towards
Sandy Hook, but directly towards the broad At
lantic Ocean. I discharged ballast and ajiain
ascended In hopes of finding a current that
would again carry me towards lhe shore ; but
At a quarter past ten on T I
ing the Judges entered lhe
Courthouse from an early he:
ly crowded in every part, rn
iety was visibly depicted on
tenance as it was rumored l!.
O'Brien was to be brought t
ment. Thc only callerv var
V I . . I I . . I
ina niv rece ve me r neartv sunnori. i r n : i i ' ..j r.
" tl. " ...... " . . j ueii,tire rr lonru puwiu. auu rt h. tuiii- . : . ... nnt 0 ctnn . ,et ;
welve miles . ' m,' ' u..:i.
. r .i.:.. Pi l - : .. .1
,v, I i, . . -i . . . . jeasiui mis, uiii cuu vrccft, ilia n-jiyiitru
nf I raised in LoColoCO Schools, and do I fU I.wlnv hi vf stolen som hnrsPS r
! - . g, . .. , , ; nil ...v.i.... .....l - - - - - " " - , .
, pt wieei disposed to give a vote contrary ( sma , ,ne in that direction to
i wnicn mey nave always given. ..certain th
renadiers had received marching orders
for Humiarv : a portion ol the men relus-
rr, i t . jr, l ?l ' i r-
curstons. me bovemment oi ioanuna ed to obey. Thev were tnereiore escori-
has appropriated a sum of S300 for the jej hy a regiment of cuirassiers. As they
purpose; out mat sum neing ueemeu in- approached the bridges over ine uanuoe
to no purpose.
My position was a criiical one, but I thought in which the friends of .Mr.
my chances of safety were in favor of dropping were accustomed tosit durih:' I
into the water, and running the risk of being ted trial. That gallrrv va
picked up. As 1 cahie down I saw the Light ty, and formed a melancholy
Ship about five miles to my right, (facing the lnc other Dortions of the cot":;
Vienna October 7. Two battalions of , oceTan) a,d a "uooner np towards the harbor Thc Attorney General t-nu :
.. . , - i u: I as beinz rapidly carried out lo sea, I i,llf r...n m;n.,t 0r.,. it
thought ht to descend as last as possible ; when
I struck the water a little after sun-set in a
standing posture, I went down up to my arms.
A flaw of wind, at the same moment, carried
the balloon almost to lhe water, turnina lhe
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ixil&SK llirm What thr-v tlunU nl Hip old . 1 r .u i.i:-. ...u
it I , t , gone West 111 pursuit, oi uie inumus wuu
tUroT and you will find them mute, per- ,.m . I)r nurnw ! Two small parties of
"tUy so. Urge them a little, and they Inii!an, tiaVfi h(.Pri near this nlace to-dav.
Jll tell you he is a great man, against About Qne hundrea men have left this riv
aom the tongue of slander cannot sup- j . . Ilt thn nrp in ,ipfaf.hpd nrties. and
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, some fears are entertained that they met
! the Indians in two! great force to gain any
advantage. Those who remained are
. i i sufficint by the meeting, additional funds lnRy were received by armed peasantry, car on its side, and completely immersing me
linrr Tup. : ll'l . L t II ..:
N. M. PEOPLES.
:' EDITORS LOOKING UP.
'atnet Brook, Esq. of lh New York Ex-
hi$. been nominated Jo represent his
DUtrici in the next Congre. We know not
Mr. Brooks can speak but if he can only
wll half ai well as he tcrites he will be an ac.
Jjition to jhe House of Representatives. He
well known as one of the most racy and pun
?Pnt vrriter ofthe dar. 1
. wu oia uicnd, Joha W. Syrrre, ofthe Peters
Virg Intelligencer, has won quite a forest of
Morels during thjl canvass. He has been ac j
b9 and untiring ihrouhiut. and, ns far as we.!
irn. has neror been beaten. II,. i.t-t n.
lTo-l'flFMed the Rough and Ready Club of lW. 1
tb'lih, upon which occasion the Norfolk Her
i.jild spoke of him in the following term
-Joux W. Svme, EsaM of Petersburg
Mi gentleman, we are informed by a Ports
jHitW friend, addressed lhe Rough and Ready
Club of Portsmouth on Friday evening last',1 in
Mpeecb of an hour and a half, which; was
thtraetr.-rofl tiu nran. I I lit
Jed throughout in strung and well limed
ktlM tnd in forcible illustrations (f t Via nntltinn
are to be collected from contributors. wno prevented them from proceeding fur
lhe organization oi a lorce io consist oi lnePf fraternized with them, and commen
800 men. well mounted and armed, is con- cej demolishing the bridges. The nation
templated. a guard arrived, and sided with the mili
A letter from Parras, mentioned in the tarv 'pe cuirassiers, who could not re
Herald of Saltillo. says that a gang of crossthe bridge, were obliged to retire,
thirteen robbers, under the disguise of In- fiaht soon ensued between the grena
dians, had been attacked in the vicinity of Jjers, national guard, and the people on
AhiiaIi11'.i ' t ti i nVis. ti t n nt rf t h t nln ne .t : . I ,1 n t.atialwn il" lnwitioru
; i ... .-ii aK . , , ............... .u -. - .v inP 1)1 (1 s Uc. onu a iiaiKiiiwn kj i iuou 11
without arms, rendering it impracticable ; - thal lhree of the band were killed and ethe Polish regiment of Nassau on the
,or H..y a t. Vu t several wounded.
A company from Adstin might be of es
sential service by! crossing the country in ! 7T , r,rTT
this direciion, and if the Indians are not ! THE WAY TO GET RICH.
met between the Colorado and G uadalupe, 'f ne oniy Way by which capital can increase
court. All. eyes were, din
that learned functionary, .
lords. I have to move that i;
her Majesty against Ym. hi:
lhe prisoner be called up fur
Chief Justice Very well.
Soon afterwards Mr. S:
made his appearance in th
other, supported by troops recently arriv
ed from Prague. The struggle lasted till
mid day it the Leopoldstadt, and then
spread to the city, where a division of na-
1 ' I- ll....t.t nrminct !. .Iitlunlc
they will in all probability be intercepted J3 by saving. If you spend as much as you get no"a,' S " , r rZnnU?
u -i - i Li o .. a..,; 4 J. .-ii .. i.,. .u vn ara T;a , and the countrx people.
oeiwteo mis anu iuu oui nuiuiiui. you win never njii t w . - - p . r. , ,
'P...! " J. n...-;. UlU.i ?."i... l.t wh.i h saves, that lietween the hours of four and five in be spared.
Uv rlvS sine hn! th Clear Fork of San- constitutes his wealth. Go, learn the first two the afternoon, the M.n.strj ot War, u bid.
J ; . . . .. i JJ!.: I .Ll . , .,1,. iTiinri nr v ItiirtV men. WHS
rules ot aritumetic team aautiiun auu suuirac. ; ;vas umj , .v ......j -
tion. Add to your present capital any amount stormed and ransacked, and the Minister
you please substract the sum which you add, j of War, Count Latour, murdered in the
and tell me if thc last amount will not be the most barbarous manner by stabs in the
a t 1
in water. lien tne nauoon again arigntea
itself, I stood knee deep and more in lhe water,
and although both my anchors were out, I was
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carried away before the wind at the rate of manly bearing, uis calrnm
about ten knots an h'ir. and firmness as be stood in
I was, at first, in hopes that I might be seen dock, were the theme cf
by some vessel which would come to my assis- throughout the court,
lance; but as the curtains of night shrouded The Clerk of the Crown v.
everything ir. darkness, and nothing was lo be reaJ over lhe indictment, ai. !
seen but the distant Sandy Hook and Light lhe pnc,. Jja(J Q say WJV
Ship, I began to despair. At every flaw of anJ CXeculion lhere('
wind the galloon was carried over on us tiae,
immersing me in water, and letting out gass.
I found myself gradually sinking into lhe water,
when it becamr necessary to let my anchors go
one after the other, and then to cut away the
cloth lining of lhe car and ever) thing ihat could
dy, about twenty miles below this.
Many reports aire in circulation in ad
dition to the foreigoing. Yours, respect
fuiyf - j CLARK L. OWEN.
J. B. SiiAW.Estj.
every venr of his lift, make some addition to
j ir . rJ, his capital. You say vou get but Utile, and
Later from Northern Mexico. I toe hen next yrjiT yoiJ wi gt.t more for Vu(l win
Matamoros Flag. of the 19th inst., has la- have (he profit jpon he sumyou save. There
ler news from Cbjihuahua, Saltillo. Mon- js 0 rya ro:i(j iQ wealth any more than to
clova, and ParrasL AVe extract all that j geometry. The man who goes on spending all
is interesting. 1 - he gets, and expects that by some lucky hit he
Mr. Henry Love, Well known as having shUll be raised to wealih will most likely sink
proved himself a good and faithful soldier, into poverty, or into cases of adverse fortune,
and one of the most trustworthy and fear-! he has then no resource ; whereas hj economy,
same as the first. Every merchant should, in j no(y hnd blows of a sledge hammer or
axe on the head, and then hanged on a
lamp-post in the court-yard. The arsenal
was defended during the night by the mil
itary and a body of the national guard,
but fell into the hands pi thc people to
wafds morning, who immediately armed
themselves. The report of cannon and
musketry continued all yesterday and du
ring the" whole of the night ; the alarm-
he passed upon bim, when
Mr. Whiteside, Q. C.,sai
the proper time to make a j j
court for arrest , of judghti.'
ceeded to state the grounN
cation and then to argue I he
I had been ir. the water more lhan an hour gerald Jolloweu on int.
r.nrl :. half and it now came tin under mv arms : Whilesidr. The Chief Ju :
the balloon lettered, ami threatened to C!l al
together On its side ; I was completely chilled
through, and had said my praers f.r nearly
the last time, when I thought I heard lhe dn
tant sound of oar?. Upon islening again, I
was confident that I had been ?eii, and thai
assistance was near, though I could ee noth
ing through the darknes.
It seerrts thai I had leen observed by the
capiain ofthe Light Ship and Mr. Koberts. a
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pilOl OH IMBIU. -
boat containing four men and the mate.
suliing for some minutes ui'
judges pronounced their I t
?ion, which was, that the ',
ted ly the prisoner' counct 1
The Clerk of the Croan lb
O'Brien what he bad to .vty
tence ofthe law khould not I
on him. J ' .
Mr. OHrien said My I
Air. !-niy intention to enter into at.;
i of my conduct, nowetr i
i . J - . ti .....ir
Georce W. Itich. was dispcneu mj j .'..k to avail irJVM If c
They rowea ivme ten iunc ww.- .