PTToTtHE UBOUYA WATCU31AX.
I T r, nrr year, Two Dollars payable in
lr.-r,',,S,lfrt!i.J' advance. Two Dollars
' " ,fcrJ.mrl'.i ' , '
' ' M'V.r,-, ,-r ceai. Higher lli.ni d.ee raV. A h
' . tin.se who udiertise by year.
'itc.r ltiU!t te t roiJ-
I "Jf"u- :.-.-v..jfjjtjtx hial &yv i. LL vy JLJL1 V Jli. AL 1 N
. : i ... , .' f r1- -;.;v'V-'r -.. ' . - ,
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' p.. , V -vrwi xuun QV-.V- r?'-r UO THIS, AKD LlBttTT IS SAFE."
EJior 4. Proprietor. ) , tE.s ' JS arriwn. )
K:''"'" ' : r;: ! ' '
; : JF r r -3
" We held our breath during ibe expe
riment. expecting momentarily tbt bo
would fall, hut he appeared to walk as
safely as a fly runs along the ceiling. Af
ter his descent, however, we noticed that
he was much exhausted, owing to theex
citcnient and exertion.
I ClTV PAVEMENTS
BV JOSEPH K. W AUK.
v , ;n7r involves the q -ion ol erouorny and
Hue i ri,it'' nu" UUy ,,,a" lhal "f
V' ... ..,.f does Miiilhinz, except ll he lhal
.i wiiliiu iilf m much the qtjs-
t i:.r,.iilM cai iiffiod il would an.
:,fl'.' . lr;i!i!e Hiieniitu was HHid to Iv iiufea-ed duiiii" the enduing season. The
VOLUME VIII NUMBER 28.
SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1851.
gireei is laid down, w.hich umount will he gieal.
li ihyloii, wiih its f'ullinj; fartu have heeu eatahlished.
. . 1 it... J X 0 IK ell t m 1 'k j .IruAf J P 1 1 1 1 I n n 1 A n
If ililCli'tM Mfrni, aiirsis llir ur"irt i caii ircis ai r. uf uci auam-
' m.irf Mitarhed lu jreet making; and cd to cities than any iher.
' toll,iJ,.r ill it th fragments now up- Second, That the plank system is cheaper
j () iv ri iuii'i"' "f pavement, imi have than aii)thiu! else, from the fact that no re-
. ... i. L- li i 1 1 1 r ..it i ( u n r j i r i . . r 1 lt:t i l a urc ll i lft until I h 111 u ll If laivopn i .ill
rt i t it . u j Mi- ii.. j'i...' - - . . i.ii.ii .. 'ii. iii o i.iiii. .wi
r'" '" .1 'l V ..: .. 1 '!.:. 'Pi.. . I I .1 . . J I
j lnre ill me iiniiiii tamoi. .tiauy turn. i riai iiit'ic is irss uum auu inuu,
"... r. :i.. .r. ... .i.. ' it ; :.. - :.u .
i " h ti,ti ,,r I'rsians a knowledge i Fourth That vehicles of every description
h art "I l"'r"'11 ''r'(''4, eiippo-iiion he- last much longer on plank streets, than upon
i ihut H 'fHMf hiick-were uti diied. I.:irge, . paved or macadamized fetreel, there heing a
V,,r anil ''"" uaen of hrirk, apparently perfectly uniform surface, and entire ahsence
1 j ,7 . eiuent have recently heeu fioud, af. i ofjohin.
fj,,,,, j,.t jfo'iiiid for th pfcufnpiiou that j Fifth. That unusual facilities are afforded
A,i Bit 'ly ' luuferstood the arjji( common in keeping the ttieets clean, and the cost ol
?' i . . i. " :.y " .. f i. .1 . i
I ,r o.n
lull tliat tbev were nr posxeHion t,f keeping the dust down, is iucomparahly less
From the Charleston Courier,
' L'ATBv FROM HAVANA.
The steatnish xeCqCKbLLi ar.
rived at this port on Saturday eveoing from Ha.
vana, which port he left on Tuesday last. She
touched at Key West on the evening of the
same day. She reports having passed the
schooner Cornelia of Baltimore, off the Moro
hound in. The Empire City I lound to New
lork ihti-PhUadetphia hound to Chagres, and
the U. S. ship Cy aie, all of whose officers aiiti
rrew were well, were at Havana at her depar
ture.. . " i t
ror a report of the markets, and the shinning
seated hehind her. Her hlood spurted on the
persons nearest to her, and shswas immedi
ately conveyed to a saloon, where a medical
man paid ber every attention : hut all his efiorts
were unavailing, and in a few minutes the ei
pired. The assassin who made no attempt to
escape, was secured. The performance, fier
j -1 Ptt'nfud Ilumun Body. Several
j streets being about to be opened through
j the Methodist Episcopal graveyard, Light
street, Baltimore, a large number of the
t remains of the dead have been removed
by the relatives and friends. Last week,
i in taking out the coflin of Mrs. Vansant,a
HINTS TO FAKMEK'S BO VS. ' k t k 7 k T m
the lid being partially broke in, Mr. V an
There is one thing that I like to impress sant, the husband of the deceased, and the
upon the minds ot the farmers of the coun- Ke v. Joseph Shane, who were present, no
try. To all of you who have boys that ticed that the IkxIv appeared whole, and
can write, get each one a memorandum 1 n examining it. found that it was Detri-
book, a few sheets of paper will do, if lied as hard hh stone, and perfect jn all iU
being suspended three quarters of an hour was ; nothing better can be bad, and in that let parts, the only change being that it wa
resumed; and the spectators,; notwithstanding each one keep an account of everv day's nearly black. The grave was in a wet
the fearful drama which had passed before their work done in the year; the kind of work place.
eyes, paid great attention to it.! The mu.derer, 1 employed in : and the iUv of d.P mnn.h .
- . . . . - 1 ww
u..H1,c,,j rtJLcnamru, is a young ; and date ol the year,
man named Johard, aged 20, to M. Ttii- j If in sovving. me,ui)
uf-auu, h uiuiesiiiao 01 Lnjon. ; Having emiiez-
mention the kind of grain
' mil in ai imMj.uiu ciiiu inanely inr i imiiiiiiiii iiirniow 111 Mirci iiitt Klli.
rraifJ finiiy''1 of clay larger in Long experience hdsroirdered it eviifenl to
fuii k iiMkers, at this day, are dispos the citizens of Chicago, that the use of plank
W i I l I I i . - , it. M'"lJfi'i ' I
I I ..i IliiA.lllle lnilJ llIiifLd IkiliifV ti I ii u iti-duf iip.iniiinu iii.H i . t . a n nuiil I n tkiir. i i
AjtJ - rv ' ; ' i , b-": . - aj;eo( Mr TjIRAS1IEK Ute Editor of :he S
. iriu!" niriMiii i nir l -ii nr. ami n naro oeiermiiiaiion io prevent ine- nirooucuon o k ; ,u r i , i .1 i i
,,r ., .. ,i,-.,ui, ti, ' i . ,v . ii i- -.i v lsh J(,,,ral the Faro Industrial, the publication
A ilnril'V opum 'nil) as rpiaiiz. j he (.reeks ! stone, though unuMial facilities exist, fur oh- tj 'u;..u .;n i n . j i
Ii.""1" 11 r r '.i n 1 i Kill r i - ' Miien it will he recollected was suspended
i i (? mm s were .iiihmh .r l tie i r excellent i laiiuu!' this materia . Mil ions of tons hein i ... . .
V-u 1 . , I I . . r , .... - . I VJ oruer oi ine Captain t.eneial.
UM..!!!! J.IIT 111 I 11.1 inllkll..- i.liri.l I 11 ll.i.l . ! -
c I " ii urn in I ll i rii uiail'ill U I I 111. 1 1 1 1 111 1 9 ni IU
Mieliiai: canal, and can he obtained for the
mere co?t of tian?it.
The chairman of th coinmiltee on streets
says: V we have tried The; plan for some years,
and are satisfied, and can urge its adoption up
on every, city and town, as superior to any oth-
iii i pvl,,Jl ,my inferred liom the j er oieiliod lor making Greets. The system
Li ihut nun)- ! ui'ir roads were paved, in i nas never cos! the city one cent for repairs, and
j;, n nuimer lr hundred of miles coniinuoul y. i the plank '.hat was laid down over seven years
nnil mm int T I i. i. .. i
----I'l'-'-sk iii ... niiu uiuuuiii ui o c i iii iiirr .irrfi iih i i iiip iinrHiirH ii.ri
..I..II:. ..... C Tr ... tir r . ! Z Cd Some moiiev Iielnrnnnrr tn hia mficlor ha I .
...-iiiS-.v.o 1 1. mi ivey uegi, we reier tu ine i , . . . . Q D antmir an(1 nr r.,n n,
k.,.. ;..a r. iv . .. .-. ii i leared detection, and rei ved in wpi r d ..f : . . .
irought by the Isabel, is that referring to the i )a,'aon ol. Uoa-
Editor of :he Span Accord.iigly,
w.i.cu iors irom our attentive, uavana . . - - r ' Shouc have thpm nmp ll
Ur-.. vv..,. i . .. rv. ii in f Iul tiavinir received a verv re iri, ma edii iiion i . .
in . r;i tiiirt-siMiiiu'-iii!'. roinesoii. - - - - : - n- ..r.i . i
Gaceta de hi Hahana. he. MnrinAoln ! lie cu!d reconeile himself to the idea of .V . .. " , 1,1 ' ni.u. HS
" w" w . , . . . ... i i r p v T i I I tini f
t... I suicide, tiecause, as he says, he would have no "WVJ ,,,u,rui
'Pi.- -..I., r c ...... time, alter mrikin? the fatal Mow. to rW:,nH nve cents win nuv a
a tic uiiit i in in 1 1 i a ii i iifiri in n p iipiipp o ......v
I i.t i imiii' nl . A oriii'lu'e. Iiiinr in ii.p
J,J)(, Kmiiiius. Was to la their quaied stone
7 l.iji with even suila'-e iitun the sub.
iind and '," p"ur inio ine vnierstices a
" . . i :i i : . i
ji : cement liia ounina nin-, uiin ccninn, w nnii
r' - i i ii ii
e as ttie
Irv, heing "'. ieldmg and dorahl
luii'.- Th" iriiuieiiy of onie of .ihe
I fi J itvit p-tn
fciM?'v 'l I Ik paved part i si
I ijijiKi' ii iiniui jl,' u lull i In p il occupied ly
!,r wheel pienent llie least positle resist-l-iiff
I'lcli a )Meui. howe ver.-would not suit,
ut (H'iile, uidess an, expensive police estah.
Jijh'iKiil tins iii.iiiiiaiix'il to keep the vehicle
tn their appropriate track.
In L"iiiiu. Puii. and New Yojk, expei
Wnls have hcen yuiu on lor the last twenty
tilii )enrs, lnr the puipo-e of discovering some
,rw and. gene i I uselid met hod of rotislrui I
Jiii; Hreeli; IImm lar every alifinpt has heen a
tjilure. with the eirepiinu ol llie Basaltic Rork
iriii-ii in I.onfjun ; this Milii-tiince is of great
UiJik--. and I- aluav rulumiiar and angula
l(J in fiii'm, the rm k i hroken into pieces
ali'djt i'ii iih lie ju ciiii Ii, the cross section
jl.niij" tt of ti eiylil to Itvelve imhes
llih expectations weie enleitained in re
'nl lu tiie system u wouileu hlock pavin,j. cn-"i-ii'il
iiilir some lilieen yeh rs .i, in Ivii'ipe
jaml n.i ri.uA.m, (ii.i.ji..iin incut lollnwed, and
ile cihi'iI tell the caue. The idea appeals to
Ifavr Jieen enleitained li the pri je, tnr of fhis
.M,!fiit. iliat il a - only necessary to place the
j w ijiijjuUr I. locks in posit lull, to secuie a good
piirri ; a rails" oveilooked t y hill) somi ren-jtV'i-il
the si sie'm .worthless hf failed to dicov
Jfr that 'lindier c.m not only te seasoned, hut
thiil il aflually contract when filled hy any
i.ihcr miti.tiire than llie natural uap of inn tree.
fl hr ihiihkrtL'e of I l.e Id lll'lt Hllllll l-Ullilfll l.lI.M
lux. ami the at limi of ihe wheel- on ihe up
pTMjrtyf the block caused it tospread, mak-
Vui Ibe'euiire pavement a mass of inverted
ready to spring uj with every applica
piessuie. t'lecesTof plank laid down
"V"8)" eie next liicd with no better effect.
A-1 halt pavement, and a multitude of other
p iiu iveie lii. il, and proved useless. Ru-s
p-iieiueot lastly has been in voinie. and has
Jhe hest (laieineni in lliHj World are those in jaii, is peifeclly sound and will last eight years
,e in Min, and some other Italian cities, the ; longer, when it will probably he worn out."
l -ihl l 'hi . blocks-of well cut stone are j A planked stieel, when worn out, does not j
Liil leog'hw i- in the street at k suitable dis require as great a sum as in;tlie first ' laying ;
lanee apart. '"'. ",iiuit the wheels of vehicles j the sleepers being still sound, and as far as
o mil m-ar ilie'ceidie of the longitudinal blocks j any judgment can be formed, will outlast three
iiiii-nal ii .pa ied a Usual iviih oidinary or four planking.
Ily ihis method ihe as- A coinparisuu between the commercial re-
iflicienl to prevent i suits of planking, tmd the ordinary method.
wilf-pri.peHy hud a place in this connection.
A squaie ol one hundred feet
of paving cost $17.00
Rus Paving 45.00
Thus tar, a wide difTerence appears in the
cost, let us carry the Mihjed a little farther, and
enqoiie what will be the lesult after the period
of twelve )ears? Paving crisis seventeen dol
lars, and most be Replaced twice in the above
peiiod, and will co.-t for filling up ruts at least
ten per cent. The entire cost will therefore
be as lollows :
Oiigiual cost for two pavings,
per square $34.00
Annual icpairs, ten per cent. 20.40
Cost of waleiing slieets per
squaie, w'wy mouths annual
ly, in business part of a city,
ai $1.00 per mouth,
Potal cost per'welve years
lacadamiziug original cost
nnoal repairs S3 1-3 per cent
aiertn nine months aruiually,
81.25 per month,
Detei ioraiion of Merchandize in
stores from dust, average stock
81-000, one per cent.
Total cost for twelve years,
Planking origiuol cosl,'ojio
Half ihe'eosi of new surface
Watering streets, nine months
annually, 81-00 per month,
A correspondent informs us that Mr. Tiira-
SHKE s paper was considered a Creole organ,
and to be in opposition to the Spanish journal,
the Diario de la Marina, the editors of which,
together with a clique of old Spaniards, were
consequently his enemies, and had influence
enough, after the execution of Lopez, to pro.
pure the suspension of his paper, which was
done, about the first of September last. This
Avas ruinous to him, inasmuch as 'he demand
for his paper had increased so largely as to in
;duce him to import a new press from New York,
and to incur other heavy expenses to bring out j
his issue in proper style all of which labor i
and expense was, ol course, lost. He, however, '
jretained the hope lhal the Captain General
I would soon allow him to resume his publication,,
and, in the mean time, devoted himself to the
alleviation of the sufleriugs of those of his fel
low countrymen who were then about sailing
for Spain as prisoners. But these very arts of
kindness to those, whom the-Spaniards deemed
pirates made him stilM more obnoxious to his
enemies, and likewise, attracted the attention
of the Government officials towards him, who
thereupon accused him of having been connec
ted with lue expedition, although they could
not definitely understand in what precise way
the connection had existed. The Police, there,
lore, were ordered to watch closely all his
movements. His letters were stopped and
-examined at the post office, hut these being
merely letters of business, and thanks from
the relatives and friends of ihe prisoners he
had succored, nothing to criminate him could
be ejicited from their contents. The police
were then informed that his private correspon
dence came to him by the steamers. Conse
quently when the Georgia arrived from New
Orleans two police officers genteely dressed in
citizen's appairei followed him on boaid and
perceived him receive and pocket a letter han
ded him by the clerk ol the boat. The officers
SONS OF TEMFEBANCE.
The Grand Division of the Sons of Tcm
in session here this
In fact. 1 week.
the passing e- j On Thursday, an Addreil was deliver-
they grow old ed in the Commons Hall, atyleven o'clock
importance to note. hy .Mr. lle.vvlett ; and in the erentng Ad-
book that will I dresses were delivered bv Rev. V. A.
last One Ve.ir to rnmmnr. with M t- , Stiv- nml Pr.f n.m- T"h m urt innft
j J - - .w. ... iiv-i ii Ii IJ, iii, ' . 'll.. iij .I'll. r i in A i.Wil.W.
he determined to commit a ! worJ for it, if the farmers will but adopt '; were large, and appeared to be deeply 10-
crime which should cause htm to be sent to the ; l"is course, their Sons will be much better tereted in the good cause,
scaffold ; the period which would elapse be. farmers than their fathers. It may seem j On Thursday night a party was given
t ween the perpetration of it, and his execution like, it dry business to .commence the lirst by the Sons at the Masonic Hall, which
being sufficient, he said, to enable him io make ' of January, but as the spring opens the I we learn, was weil attended,
his peace with the Almighty. He hesitated green appears, and the bright nrosneets i We learn that there were about one
- .: . . . .. t i iii t- - i o i -i ! -
, Miuir lime as io who siioiiiu te nts
' First, he says, he thought of killing tl
1 -I - I . I 1ft II- . . T i
j ,;,M ' UT ' u . , J"n 5 ear' Who uould l,t ?iv ,w4ce what I moved from the Ma.on.c Hall.down Fay.
i his mo,her,.vho lived in .he town prevented a"d ,n.k ul f T'" V ' 1 jmp-rance Hall, and
! him. Then he entertained the idea of murder- i laln mmw" )0k w"Uen by Ins thence to the C.tp.tol, presented quite an
j ing a priest as he was returning from celebra- j godfather a hundred years ago. j imposing appearance.
ting a mass, and had said lo himself that such i " aumgiwo, unr oi uir ursi mr. juuo i. wouin. ui .vuniMiiipion,
a crime would not compromise the victim's sal. 1 Hrmers n America, kept a journal of his was elected Grand Worthy Patriarch;
vation, as he would probably be then in a state ! lfr'n- Mr. Luke Blackmer, of Rowan. Grand
victim, i ar(. jn our paths, the tak will lie more hundred members of the Grand Division
n of killing th P.esi j pleasing every day until the close of the j in attendance. The procesion. which
hi visit to D.jon ; but year Who woufj -lot 2ive tw4c(. w, . ; movnj jrorn lhr asonlc Hnll.down Fav-
ofgrace ; but this idea he also abandoned. At I Try it farmers, young and old ; keep a Worthy ' Associate : and Mr. A. M. Gor
last he resolved to kill a woman but without journal of every day, and you will become man. of this place, was re elected Grand
fixing on any one in particular. He thereupon a race of scientific book farmers, net to be Scribe.
determined to go to Paris; but instead of taking ! imposed upon.
the railroad train lor that city, he look the stea
mer for Lyons.
Immediately afier his arrival, he bought a
large poiuard kuif, and then proceeded to a
house of ill fame, with the intention of killing
some girl ; but his courage failed him. He
then proceeded to the theatre. He quietly wit.
nessed the firl art of the piece, and on the
commencement of the second drew his knife.
He carelessly picked his nails with il for a mi
nute or two, and then suddenly plunged il with
all his force into the lell breast ol the victim.
Her husband, who was seated by her side, not
seeing the blood cried : " What have done
that you strike my wife?"; "Nothing," said
the murderer with great sang froid. "Noth
ing ; I don't even know you;" The unfortu-
We learn that the next Annual Meet
ing of the Grand Division will be held in
SalUhurv. Ilul. Slundnrd.
The Scientific American, in an article
sustaining the priority of the American in
The negro preachers at the. South are
olten marked by great shrewdness and
mother wit. and will not onlv noint the
truth, but barb it so that, if once in, it will : veniion ol the lire Annthilator. by Dr.
stick fast. One of these in Old Virginia Graham, d" N. C. over the English inven-
was once descanting with much earnest- ,,on Phillips, expresses its doubts of the
ness on different ways in which men lose practical utility of the invention, on ac-
their souls. Under one head of remark. I cwunt of ,he Preal cost of manufacturing
he said that men often lose their souls ! or producing the gas.
. i i i
uirougn excessive generosity. , Some ummia importations have been lately
"What!" he exclaimed, "you tell me made inio London. A vessel Irom Alexandria
you never heard of that before. You say, brought fifty cases of eggs. One from New
j ministers often tell us we lose our souls York brought twenty bairels of elder, the pro.
i (or fill r Vf !nT! nwc ;tnl for liPintr pntnlnnu ..TlLn f'fiiitxt .vl:..iuj ani.ll.tir arrivtA
nate woman had strength to pluck the knife ' l.. ...i, i i e .i . i r ,i m i i om i i i .
. , i j T i i i but whoever heard of a man that hurt ; Irom another city with 14,000 packages of but.
Irom the wound and she was then removed. !.- . . , . , , , i . . .l i
Ullliseil uy gOltlg lOO I.ir I Oiner Way: J . ,r ils ponum oi nei cargo. nininnciiijj.
tell you how they do it. They sit down fcSt imputation of boiler which has taken place
under the sermon, and when the preach- j ,rom ,he United States.
er touched upon this sin or that sin. they j Pleasant. An Indiana pnper refuses to pub.
no take it to themselves; but give this j., eMj.ies graii. hut adds: 'We will pub.
part of the sermon to one brother, and that IMi the simple announcement of tho deaib of
part to another brother, and so they give any of our fiiends with pleasure.'
away the whole sermon, and it do them
She was the wife ol M. Ricard, professor of
mathemaiiics in the Licee of Limoges, and
daughter of the proviseur of the same college.
She had only been married six months, and
was enciente. She and her husband had only
arrived the previous evening at Lyons, from
Limoges, on their way to visit some relatives
at Avignon. One ol the Lyons papers states
followed him to the shore, and on his landing j ,he ,n?rnm; aller 'h,e rnmR' ,lie j od. And that s the way they lose
ineir souis oy oeing too generous.
There is great truth in this remark.
The want of a self applying conscience
.ti- i ii-.. i I r.L j uiaa:) irii i ru. auu 1 1 tnuiu iim nc uiti ian.ru
arrested htm and took him to the bureau ol the , , i, rL tm j
wnai nau oecome oi nun. i ne muruerer ex
i'Tiiiy received its sentence of condemnation. ' Total cost for twelve years,
i i i
in nuking use ol
Chief of Police, where he was searched. lul
mrthing was found on him but the letter already
alluded lo, which was merely one on purely
1200 orivatn business tie wa. tiowever. detained
under surveillance, sleeping at the police hu
reau.'and iakinr his meals at the different ho-
(lets, always accompanied by a police officer.
87.50 This state of affairs lasted iwo or three days,
when all at once a letter was produced, which
was said !o have been found sealed, and direc
ted lo Mr. Tint ash ek, on the- desk in bis office,
and although ihere was no post mark on it or
any ihing lo indicate where it came from, i
was alleged thai it had heen brought by the
Cd4.U0 Georgia. It was then handed to Mr. 1 iikash-
presses not the slightest regret for his horrible
Pio Nono. Dr. Coxe, of Montgomery,
attended a festival at St. Paul's Church,
near Rome, and thus described the appear
ance of the Pope and his equipage :
"Pope Pius IX is a man of good stature,!
full round person, vvithj a kind, benevo-
lent expression of face, which bears a few j
marks of care or abstinence, and is young- j
looking for fifty eight. He left the church !
like a militarv eonnueror. amid the sound I
se ol stone as a pavement, care ; R.. M,Mi n.uri romnoiituled to the above, kr to ooen. which he did in presence of the . .1 ,,..i u,. ,rr,t
I'iI'Ui 11 . Mm iiL'uii I.i I... .i...... ...... . .. . ... . 1.1- .. .!L .J: .... .
un,M ,r5" ,U,T 'or, in u-n i he a-riMecfi.ie sums wt h still more increase otneers. and io nts utter asionisnmem oiscov- ; i .i :rr...,.. i;u.o,.
' r- r . ii i suiu r a. uavrtii auu iiiinnii t . iiiotiii-
. . . . ... . : I.I.-. .. T I II. ... ......
Want. A piece of the astonishment the
mn was struck with. The Hinge of a Lady's
gait. A piece of lea'.her liom the Root ihe man
got in trade. A poition of the last Link that
vvna lirotVen. Tli I; v lh.il will fit Antiiirn
causes much of the best of preaching to uck
like rain upon a rock, Irom which it
soon runs off; or if a little is caught in a
hollow, it only stagnates, and then dries
away, leaving no blessings behind.
A sermon, however true and forcible,
thus disposed of. does no good to those a
mong whom it is so silently distributed,
while it leaves him who tqunriders its
treasures to perish at last in the poverty
and emptiness of his soul.
4 Rob, is that dig of yours a pointer,?' ' No ;
he is hi'.lf hunter and half etter ; he hunts for
beef when hungry, and sets by the stove when
Assassination at Havana. A despatch from
New Oi leans, Oi'tober 20. mentions that a lei
ter Irom Havana says lhal the Spanish officers
who captured Lojim have been-secretly assas
OUT DOOR PREACHING.
:l capaciiy lor sustaining gieal wej'hls
,ed. We have added lo ihe account ol macao. erea . na. ii was written m cjpner. i,ea,oo,c rj ,emlid pHinfed with
j utilizing a charge incurred by deterioration o( j protested his total tgnorance o. .,s t onen.s, , crimson bronZ(.f the iron work j arc beginning to preach in the public
auu irom unence i cou.o poss.u.y ( - ,rimml ;n.idn with streets, thorouffhfares. and ooen f e ds and
1 o.iH k. i auu iiuna ciui tinvi ii iiiii.ii u ii...jiv ...... 0 . . t
as precisive actn.n.
fapriirne.n, minJe wiih great exactness. ! j lore's. It will be seen that we havtf
iniiU' iK .i ...i ! i i i
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111' Uh ii. I. I I . I - I
i K" "'v ei.ci lenstie anu compiessive
ciaiacirr ol ihe several kinds of sione, com
B'"u!y urged or paving puiposcs, may be exhib.
The result is therefore as follows : '
The trial of Mirrii for his alleged partici
luliuii in the rescue mi the lotti ol February
i last, of Mr. Delirees' slave Shadrach, com-
We learn from the AY a York Spectator, 'men ced at lioston today. An unsuccessful
that the clergy of the church of England attempt was made lo q iash '.he indictment.
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placed this charge to nut fcl.UUU capi-ai a, one a.eo. m n.s uema, Wf8 u. ...-.., ... , fiJimhKL. vvi,h l,Mn.iin,s ' lanes, a work which has been until recen-
per cen..; whereas a merchant, having 60.000 was immediately placed ,n solitary connne. , , , Z " ' V Tbl ! ,lv lef, to thn Dissenters. We reioice in
III Ul I I U II I (IViT Clllii.ui'iru u ihi ' ' J ...
I II ... .1. i I. L .1. .1.., . , mn.il . iko i.r...i. uihura ha rumiilMPn lltll
UO.iarS WOltn OI gOOUS Oil IMS uet.r, a.lir. , ..inui ... l""""1""1 " ,I . . . L.... ,V.;CQCa lnL-n rffnn, r..r (V.. I-'mU.wI
Saturday, the 25th ult., when he was removed iincneu io it were six umu i""''"' i "
to the Punta Fort, and there plaeed in a dun- j The harness was ornamented with heavy ; and we see in it another proof that Joon
..eon : which, our corresDonde nt has heen in- ' gilt mountings. Upon one of the leaders ! Wesley was right when he dared, in op-
'"JtOMf nnd Hranioi 1 AM ll.o s! Otn IKo
my -T W ' .WVVr IOJ
Mul.irr -pavHiig sione l, 1.2C.1 " 7.t84
'Viiur ami .uiirt. lOM " 6 4U3 "
Matylaml ami Iowa marhle " TJ.4.? t "
, lhal he suffers a loss by soijing and deieriora
j tio'n of goods e'qual to" one or one and a halt
i per cent, annually. We have in ihe above
baed the estimates upon the supposition, that formed by ihose who know the place well, is was mounted a postillion, on the box were position to the hostility of the English cbr-
the streets were in business pails ol a city. an excavaUon in the rock on a level wnn me . a coachman ana servant, anu "hhiiu , g oi nuu.iu nunju ....j .i.tiwu u. v..,..,
"ni-Monr.an ud nl .St. Louis "
With macadamizing, ihe discomforts and inju
lies are aaf great in remote parts of a city,
equally with the thronged pails. The inces-
Die material i.. per, i.;...r ..d in ! sanl clouds of obnoxious dust arising, diffuse
cm;ressiiv 1)fc0 thai first n.odoced a laier. ! themselves, and byentering through open wid-
lirgence, and then a crushin" into now- 1 (,oWS Hnfl do,,rs' caue '""a"1 ,a,,or in Vr'
It will be seen tl.i.i t.i.i ihrPP ..I it,- U inrlw i serving anything like combrrl or cleanliness, j
have strength sullicient for macadamiz- I Tht advantages in part t be gained from the
in? tiii.n.,., ti . . i ... r mi . iwioet ion nt i. .miiimr. 111 wnoie. or wnn oar.
n i--".-i.s. i uc sione useo in oi. iouis, 1 i ev--- .
sea, always wet below, and damp above, and I were three footmen, all in liveries which
having only a small round hole to admit the j would eclipse the uniform of a major Gen
light. In this loathsome den the only furniture eraj Then followed a long line of sim
is a hoard with two deets on the ends, which pqujparT(,St in which were his great
.serves as a bed at night, and in the day as a Carf,ilm jn thejr rich crimson robes. It
seat to keep the feet from the we. and slime of moSt magnificent cortege I have
the bottom. No one was al.owed to visit him, ; , ,
.. .. i mi i n uc'uii in h. irnnp Miifi i tale seen se -
I !Vf t il,.n K ann ed tor MPT. I " I ' m " .
pelling, by moral sunsion the. outcasts to
enter the ark of safety. Christian Ad.
mission, but received as a reply from the Cap-
eralofthe crowned heads and their re-
We have published in our columns several
articles from the Charleston papers on the sub.
ject of Direct Trade with Holland, together
with a letter from a commercial house in Am.
sterdam.and a ciicolar issued by J.i. Gadsden
Spell murder backwards and you have
its cause. Spell lit d Hum in the same
manner, and you see its eliect.
CPThe Charleston Mercury admits
that the Seceionit have heen vanquish
ed, and c;inint undertake to carry out
their views. They must now look to the
successful party for the propositions of ac
tion. A Hounr destroyed by a Meteor.
The E'iglish papers received by the
s'eamer A rnerica, Ktate that a house in
Westminster street. London, belonging to
a carver ami gilder, was set on fire and
neaily destroyed by a meteor, which de
scended upon the roof in the shape of a
ball of fire.
"" I Ii.. I.. ..rtrtiillod JIJ '. tlHUeS.
lain uniriiii, inai no biiuu.u r , M , .,, .
i j & Co., of Charleston. I he Charleston papers
Soon as any one. . TT, , , , . .n.lf;..ni. iviih nr...il nbiliiv nnd force tho ueceitv
On the day pr or to the departure ot the Is- . M ors, :-i tinvc seen mm ura.u . - - t . :.i r ,. r ,
abeh our corespondent saw the mother of Mr. I people who thought it beneath them to oi engaging m a chrec trade w,, , foreign , The Mnllie Liquar Lnw Jlie Mayor
r,,n,cUro';.i i Jar at ibe otFicrt of Mr. Ei-Coti- i P P " , r. . . i.. ,e!i- ehope.he Planters will see theu in. ol p4,rI Und has ,s,ued an ad Ires to the
iinAJiii.ii w. tiinr L- tn m n nr inp ni selves uiuucii iuu?i . :, ,i , i. u ., .i ,.i i k nr,,n..;ni.i... i
v, kji n. iv vinivj .- ' Ir.r!.. Ml H, a.iu ii"iw m1 iii-yiiiiwui m
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" n hi-i uir loiiovviug illctiiori ; 1 v - -
,r" ui-iiMs are n...de hrii.i... i... 1 )v smooth surface streel.
x i .. .... ' e. 1 1
! "tti-Kot lor the siz of ihe paving block ;
poMessiu? hut half ih- h r..r,iii in r. ! ed planks, are cheapness, superior capacities
'l compression, and but little over one thitd ! ,or ,he transportation of freight in venicles, lefs
' lensile force requited ; from this we can 1 "K" annually in the repairs of streets and
eliv the sione laid on the streets is so rea- vehicles, greater exemption from dusi land mud,
crushed ,ul i-.,.v...i ;.i...; ...... i I creuier facilities and less accumulation of dirt
A I . . . . ft . iltfV 1 m . . I r sm rtr a l n iiir m Q I ion
- A plan lus lately been produced for con. '! m laying or reaching water or gaps su. uwo, ..uo.... .uS? ... , Beneath them to I good earnest.-5. C. Tern. Advocate
trunin- J, .- . i c..-r- ArT. ii.rl u I . u . .i i b. t Rod uniloroi. rpsoectiii"' her son. She wished lo learn Irom " -u" c . . , . ; b
stivers aner ine ioiiowing manner: i"i" - v " , ,. ... i ...,l. i Wbv wore is ne great motto oi
: , tJ ... i.:. Thi, !..-.; ind.trv is the most truv great riel says: " Ry invitation of Mr. Wood.
fliO'ui.i.l CII l .ii'l 1 r . -1 T.Lfl lUU'e Willi U S r in lliirn. m pri ih.ii. a i. iu. i--- j - . . . .
T'1' ' I to lie ll led im iv d . limkei. stone. T iriro'imn left tn nr)ci In he HnllSfl : J'"" e J J . i . i . .J :. . : .. .kl wo t-out.-1 rta v h:il tti i ensure (.1 Wltness-
ucU a, u i : . . . . ! -"et""" - V " t'- , V . proceeding of Mr. Owen seems, sajsmir cor- man. Aye, anu is ine mos. u.ai..... .-..c,. ' , V ' . , ,,
'-n i o, 1 I , . m,,HK ! I ' Emmons inie " ponde.d. strange, when it is well known man among his fellows, too. And the ing Mr. .Mctorm. k s exper.mem o, w ..k-
iuZu ,0"re,.,,VM l T " i r lrmn Sir R' Ings- Mr- Wilson stated .ihaJ he ou( hav;iakeiI her ina .nome. to the mhn who so far forgets his duty to him- ing on an inverted plane. The experiment
in tf.. ' ., J" ?"U!. "locks, when re- . Government had received by the last I ,,,,.:' ;pn,rai ,n whom she merely wished ,r u flb.w.orMt upps. and his God was a private one, only a few peisons be-
'"Son thet!ee'tTM Ai."'!,-.. " I? I 'l mU from India-draft of an act re- IO slate her desire lo speak a word of comfort se faf forgets the great blessings of ing present, and .was made under very dis- North Carolina has been in session at
Pr.-,,,. ,i-. .t. . . . . y - i levint? the lndiarruovernmeni irom me , her nn. aiid see whether he nau nau any , 0nnll. u:. Chrrn.: tn staonate advantageous circumsiances, me ire .rrt- ie w unruni me, u.jU3-. ...
ir n . m . u hu uiu " , - .nr. nsiur. n i o- . ..
a . . .. . . ... . ... -- i. a.
people of that cit . upon the subject of the
new liquor law. He ys after an expc
rience of three months, he regard t he law
as successful, and thinks that it will en
titely upress the sale ol spirituous li
quors, except as permitted by law lor me
OCT3 The Yearly Meeting of Friends in
"elf lo ihis method, it is this : few
.. iw mis iiininiu, ii is hiii ; lew I , , . . -
ol the country are f.ivoied with any other I SUPPort of the worfs.hl,P. ( SSul.-
, flcareou mck the heat of the melted
P would cause calcination, and immediate
arkmp, u.h brought in contact wi:h moi.
.. Ihe dusi of the crushed rock is a suffi.
Ieft annoyance, hurin a degree hannless, com
fa,f(3 With the dusi of pure burnt lime.
The maintenace of idolatrous worship by
the British Government in India was long
a blot upon our Christian profession as a
j nation; and it will rejoice all who jn Great
Britain and India cherish a regard lor our
religious consistency, and desire to tee an
obstacle to the progress of Divine truth; in
.1 . . . i . il .
ie iiitrwt...; r i . i. j - . tnai vast emmre done awav io learn uiai
-?e c") of (Jhicnuo. I. nvw ui i nveU i the connection between our Government
Hire the iii.t VVioL a'u il.iiii. nl. Ii!a rid.
CriKiHi. The firsl trial beins! on the side walk
aa a .
",oa ati.K.l .k .1 7 . .
...r tiutrin tnai tne system might
be u in. i ; ... . .1 . .. m
U lmi roadway o ihe strel.
down fk" r,lrnenial section was laid
d..w i' l ,he of ,hree )ears lhe ci,y
rt. At this time ten miles of plank
and the heathen temples in India has been
thoroughly and permanently dissevered.
A person pointed out a man who had a pro
fusion of rings on his fingers to a cooper. Ah,
master, said the' artisan, it is a sure sign of
weakness when so many hoops are used.'
nrovissions supplied him, &c.
A report was current at the sailing of the
Isabel that Mr. Thrasher had heen tried and
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COIluemnea IO llie mines, uin aoiv..i.i -..a
believedthat such was the case, no authoritative
confirmation of the rumors bad been made
in inactivity and uselessness, had better tions being necessarily incomplete, and the ty. the past week. Several ministers of
die- for ays the Holy Writ. " He that i health of Mr. McCormick beingsome what the denomination from other States, wa
will work not, neither shall he eat" An feeble. The experiment, however, passed understand were present ; but none from
-dler is a cumberer ol the ground ; a wea- ! off to the entire satisfaction of all present. Europe. Greensboro Patriot.
riness and curse to himself, as well as to , a neavy irame v. as e.eciru u h to make
MOST EXTRAORDINARY CRIME.
those arround him.
of marble nine feet long at the top. the
men desperate, for one who hath no hope
. . .1 . Ti T 1- .1.. ....r. k..mi. nn iliuH lii'o i iTi.rrnr
Beneath human beipgs to worn : look u uer u. uc...b - . ofevil
.. dio nnat'c crnrrpt 1 We saw the exnenmenter mount his plat-
iro anivi v m iiiiiu. i u v ivyt-j . i w.w-,- i .....
-here the Genius of Immortality stands ', form, and adjusting his unwieldy boots ; ' He who defers his charities t. II his death
A most extraordinary crime was committed rpIlliv to seal his works with her ineffa-: then, placing both feet against the surface ls rather liberal of another mans goous
in the Theatre de Celestins. at Lyons, on Mon- ! bi signet, and then you will only see ; of the marble, he swung himsell oU with , than ot his own.
day evening, during the performance. Just at- i - H . standing by her side. i his head downwards. Disconnecting one Tn, man -. a rlck in his ht" patted
ter the curtain rose for the second act of Adri
enne Lecouvreur,' a slight cry was heard in
the principal gallery, and it was followed by
extraordinary agitation. The cry was uttered
by a young woman who had been stabbed in
the breast with a large poioard knife, by a man
Beneath human beings to work ! What
but work has tilled our fields, clothed our
bodies, built our houses, raised ourchurch
gS printed our books, cultivated our minds
and souls? Cornish Banner.
. .i t i ; . e l . . .
from the slao. ana placing ii nrmiy several trough ihi place on la.i Monday. He was
inches in advance of the other, he contin- j inquiring ihe way to the grocery, and bad a
ued the alternate movement till he had hole in his coat.
taken ten steps, and arrived at the other . The man that pay ihe printer it expect.
end of the slab."
eJ to arrive lo m jrro.