5'lSVilVo DoLtARS payable in
SrMffe i aSUccTwd Dollars
idJTCiJi 8fsH siLnlSnn. Coartordera
iNni!iWi??TH: n me executed bv
tpe counties of Row-
1 . ..JitVU'jim
'lm Chambers, and bow the
tux UlVU b
SSfiaisllie d ace ia very neauny etnas
mWmiM&mk g4od Barn ahd other
fi(WSufeP ' s Uonr pairAt-
T J Ifrl1 'Af ih,l miat nrnfitnhlA on th
ifl lies Affthiin four rniles of
fcVXl m&mfrto of' Salisbury.-aerms,
i m$: iCIIAfel B ERS, Trustee.
lfiWflniheblaCe, will sfiowi the
Wfi?T LUiMr 6wf t'exainine them. '( -
ohed Sto Saturday Ahe
r . kj., i rusiee.
Sljerp,f BulTic Handkcrcjiicts.
WlLMISOTON, N. C.
rl&ilMuW MpJintESTO; HEAD AJTD
'kifftfil fl'E'e oi" rt0'8' and if dam-';i-;.iverv.irfoatju8
aitlhlphov enuimerated articles left
!iilii1'P',B WM' be attended to
MJMin&slce 'oa the rnutual plan is but a
jp&airsof v cohlpied- wib a joint Btock cqmpa ny.
f4mpio'tei li&ca.Ni ln' lhe -Westerrtipart of
Ht:ibWesifyery; mlanyjof which are in the
daiHtlmly'frfefrdm debt ; have made
I JamdDii'nilriav a viry Urge amount in cash
4M!,:-nl jt,mereiorej cviiwueuuy tp-ecom-
aBTir"'n!S U1" wowing wiiicer
N;'iCFiiPre'sWent. : I j 1
lMiftiiliji Attqrhejf. 1 ' ij
litR; A,ttrfrf and Treurer. ,
ft iua( a. jji uf weueraii! Ageiu. 5
W-'i: ;lli?iti('rl n sr 1 i'Ln nr
Shjfin-.;?.iFifn)3, J. M, Garrett, !;Dr. D.
anp, Jr. .iMtMiueiiunu, y,
Wte Jr.Mnr?, or(jre.en6bero' ; Dr. S. (i
Ml .fril'.-JafiSstown ; IF. Elliott, Guilford
f.I WiHli;Wiunirfeion r'DrJ Ci Watkins; Caro
aifftiaU OeiWgehnJiShaTrri Salisbury ; Jno.
;iif,rite j. j.
'afSilSjrMl -Urn'iVBiBrins, Cliarloi'te : J. X. Jack-
5,ffilslrifi U;li, ISliiot. Uecltir rails. I
I -if PETER ADAMS. Secretary
Wm!9UiiMpw fe?eiy.ing Irom Nev York '
IMtdelbftiaa-neir, Fall wihd Wi-nter stock of
:kfelrhpil1irhH-alu'! Inrtflt find finpnt
tf nsllweif irtllif oiUvtir?fL arid for vantlv and
- - -r r j z I , :5- V J '
l! wNrl'IIe' lower,
Jhe same article that
f&rarijtjfter pfabej : 0ur stock consists
P f prjtel ttltcahinieres,, j
y ammca $ Knntd?dl h
EMwtem& de lains
Irf if'anghams,! :
ricajfinied dtl lainsl I
Mlldnfec4y .' : -I : I
K"re'nouid tefns, j . J I
y.!f!lmftotetni nd bands,
I wfderea cpfars,i:hiniesett8;sand sleeves,
kst' i sr-wwvune anacneap.
J-E I ff .r iffflfe men'i, Wear.
!ti &7:ttlms renlvlapcy cassiroeres,
iSboffi!9 nd boys,
fcWWHl &ncy en
k'PMil: lM f': Andirons and
a variety of ajti
ided to jus, and
n the past, to
.- -w wliCTttlaA:- i ' : T
fer,LriW:snr? P"d accommodate our
VI nm,$WV of Horse Powera
' Mife Machines, Edge
rryj'-ii .dL aU sit thft Court
MJtinirdavJlhe 18ih December
I ; .JTM""" , n ' I., i . tux. CWI lOiu
v ;psire, fief in Da vidsqn coun-
S S Br9:vHWPlanfationSI 0" the
? -',4! i enf S Lj&iifcihn of it consistinff of river
: . :
l. ' i ''hi S-iJ
v vr ktw
. : : b i - 1 'i ! I 1 ; 1 . - s i ; .:. '
' ' ' ' .. i' " lHr-n: ; ! 'i v-- V -.: -S;-i : v. f i;-;.s.";-- ' ! H f. 1 . ; .. -I '.
Editor 4. Proprietor ? V ! " f "'4""i..oc 0. Itiw.Uwri. ' -PP- :
f "l1 ' 1 -- "fS -'J I- "ftffT"f-. ' i VOLUME 1X-NUMBER34.
' : t-1 SALISBURY, Ni C., jTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1852. I
;! 1000 A YEAR! H
ANTED to evWy Conty.ohhe? United States
lo men o good addrp.m rwv,i JL..
of frttiri 5525 to &um pwuu cap-
offered as,to enable ihem omkiirVt "SLSll ?
day profit. i 1 mfkf frT f 10 WTTtod
to The Books Dtibl
: J I Inn
character, exfr-mv wxn tbeif
wheTeverWyary oflbreJ ;aoa "ge saW
tor further particulars, addresspostage paid,)
I?- - . t DANIELS. & GjETZ,
XT. i Successors to W. A. Ueary & Co
No, 138 North Sernn.l Sf.l PW:i-X!r... '
And j Lots for Sale in Statesvillle.
TTXAVING determined to leave Ithis place, I ofTe
my i avern and JUots lor sale, nl of is;nK
Tnt raniS . An.. - - -. ! .1
iiaiii, xuy priaui wiamng 10 purcnase wouu
w give me a Call SOOn. 03 t. 1l M at a rA
price. If a sale should not ibe I effected. T ni
thehi publicly on the 1st day of, Jannarv
me vButi nouse in oiaiesvuie, tor the term of one
year or longer so as lo accommodate the renter, 8c. 1
r it -,. . . .. : - ... . ' -t
XT ,epft J. F.- HARBIN.
Nov. 25, 1852. 6w30
PaU fit Winter Trade,
; AT THp ' ; j ,
SIGN OF THE RED FLAG,
41 oatt&bury, Oct. m.,!1852J
HE subscriber having met withjsdm'e d'sappoinli
ment in receiving his goods, owing to detention
on the South Carolina Railroad, takes this method of
informing his friends and the public generally, that he
IS NOW HECEIVhXG l
A large and beautiful Stock
SUITABLE FOR THE
which, when opened, will comprise the most
he has yet offered, amongr which are-
Plain and figured Dress Silks, of the newest styles;
, Extra rich de Laias, and Cashmeres $
Monslin de Laing at 124 ets. per yard;
English, French, and German Blerinoes;
Bombazines, Alpaecas, and Canton Cloths ;
Frenrh, English and Anierlcaa Prints ;
Linen Cambric & Lawn Handk'fs, from 12 ets. to $13
; Embroidered Sleeies, Collars, CnfTs and Capes ;
Blonroiag Collars, Cn(& and SleeTes ;
Swiss and Cambric Trimlngs, Bands and Fienncings ;
Thread and Bobin Laces, Edgings and Insertings ;
; I Rich Bonnet and Neck Ribbons.
silk and !cotton Hose, Kid Gloves, long and short,
Mohair' Mitts, Cloths, ' Cassi meres. Vest in gs, Table!
DamaskjS Napkins, Towells, Damask' .Table Cloths,
Sheetings, Long Cloths, &c. &c. Also,
A Splendid Lot qfil 4
READY MADE CLOTHING,
all of which will be sold at unusually foifr prices, at the
sign of the RED FLAG. y J
m ;E. MYERS.
Sept. 30, 1852. i jj 22
Saddle and llaruess Jlaimfactur
opposite W. Murphy d Co., Salisbury, N. C-
W AVlNGpermahently located myspli in the il own
business.!! Having worked in some of the best shops in
JLJL ot Salisbury, I now oner my seryipo iuc auyC
the State and also in the Northern cities 1 tdinK i can
nlease alt Who may favor me with a j call. Repairing
done at sKort notice. Prices moderate.- Country pro
duce taken in exchange for work.
January 15, 1852. ly37
FRIEND OF THE HUMAN FAMILY,
i t S OFFERING FROM ' ;
ninJdrrand Kidneys, Weakness
: of the Loins, yc f
is for sale atihe Davie Ho
.-1 : Ti.teV; t ir. Jt. uamDoeus, in rcucn ,
4 ...o ....... n j -A , tTj. .
at the Drug Store, in Charlotte ; ano; at, me kjutvu
.nborriber is General Agent for the sale of the
Medicine, in this State, ofhoimlany quantity
maV be obtained by addres-sinhim at Salisbury, N.
or calling: at his house, 10 miles Wfofiih8ijMe.
T..1 1 8 ei . i-n
ulyli$,l852. h - ; .-IK S 1 ntt
t-ii 1 ott A AT ntirili1'
FKESH AJNi) OJtlUlOJi.
Are receiving and ojpeningkhetr stock of
i Fall and Winter UOods.
Z onsisUntihe asqal variety offForeign. Do
mestic.and Ladies' Fancy
HATS. BONJS Y ro
SHOES. Cllliy I'ftASSi AND
1 . ,.L .i l t;it thefattention and
"01." I? hemselves to nse
r. will be uieir motto . . s ; f
TTAVING permsnenur-u -n
noblic. Can t
XX his professional ".".W.;T
! . i
FALL 1 Will
UKWTLKMKNiS AND LADIES'
lnpj SHOES. I !
raiHE subscribers have oft hand, tnd are constantly
X manufapioring, GentUmen's Boots, shoes and gai
ters, and Ladles' uhoes of every variety, i Oar stock o
children's shoes is la r?e and ha nclanm. - I
,wo of lhe aterial and workmanship,
will bes sold lowforwJ.oronortfrerflUdponc-
. --.wv. inpuuiu; uuuc in neat manner, ana
on jBhort notice. .; j I j
All kinds of country produce and dry and green
bides, taken in exchange for work.
Cash will be paid for BEEF CATTLE.
ii; RYMER & MO WRY,
Hj Opposite Wm. Murphy & Cos Store.
April 15, 1852. ; r -r ily50
I rlonlora Pmn; : ' 1
County; North Carolina.
rTTIHE undersigned having purchased the above nam-
their patronage happy and satisfied while i they take
Bfuivu t isuui oil niiu ilia v lavur.uini w nil
their "ease in his Inn." i H. R. AUSTIN.
May 4 1852. ly I
THE NEW NORTH CAROLINA
FORM BOOK ! !
1 -;- ; . 5 : - i -
Hr C. H. WILEY, ;
Containing Forms of all ihose Legal Instruments im
portant to be known by the people of North Carolina,
and designed also for theJ use of Justices of the Peace,
Sheriffs, Clerks, Constables, Coroners, &,c, for sale at
the Book btoreof J. H. Eoniss. Price &l.r
Persons forwardng SI will receive the Form Book
free of Postage. ; .
Salisbury, Nov. 18, 1852. i ; 29 if
NEW FALL WINTER
BOODS FOR ! 1852.
TT1 HE subscribers arenow receiving and opening
JL one ot the largest and most .desirable stock of
Fall and Winter Goods ever o fie red in this market.
Hardware, Crockery, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
iteaay juaae uioimng, jjrussels tyree ply
unuingruin o ) wings, mo ana
' -1 7 r' T.. .
LMee,-Iaoaf ana ixrown Sugar stiaisws,
Leather, White Lead. Sperm arid other
fjaudics, isanis: icope, NovaScotia
Grindstones. TANNERS OIL, Hats and Caps,
BLASTING POWDER, Blankets' and Kerseys,
CLOVER AND GRASS SEED, Window Glass,
Saddlery, Blacksmith Topis, &c.i, &,c
We invite all who visitiihis place to buy ; Goods at
XVJiolesah or Retail, to give us a call before buying.
We have adopted the cash system, and will offer great
er inducements to cash buyers than has ever been of
fered in Western North Carolina. ; Our motto is short
profits and quick sales.
Salisbury, Oct. 7, 1852. ; tf23
FALL AND WINTER
H. H. BEARD & SON,
Fashionable Tailors and Clothiers,
TTf AVE just received a most siipurb stock
JJl and Wintei Ready Jladc Clotliing,
coats. Di-ess and Frock Coats, Pants and Vests. Also
a beautilul assortment olUoys and (. hfldren's.Glothing.
Qenlia Dressing Gowns, Heavy Double Overcoats,
Fnnev Pants and Vests ; hne Shirts, Uollars and wra
vats i Susbenders, Drawers, etc. ; and Pocket Hand
kerchiefs of a superior quality, and almost every other
article belonging to a Clothing Store 3 together with a
superior lot of
Cloths, UaSSintereS, I estingS, UVCrCOat-
, . . . .
mars, &c, i n
which thev will sell as cheap 9 can, be boughiin any
Southern market, and will be made up to order, in a
superior style, and with the best trimmings tneortn-
ern markets could anoru. j ney nave isu,ifcU
. T-- r . mi : L.i.- ; A
their! Fall and Winter Fasliloiis lor
185J2 a lid '53, and are ready to pat up work m
the latest fashions. . iN .
A ayiura ucaio, 'T"! ' r
t;csi T:nc Thimhlua unit NpArflps kpnl
ioi oaic. i . .y . .
The undersiened respectfully iovite their friends and
the public to call and examine their stoca. j
n. n. uCiAai',' ;
JAMES B. BEARD.
A. 'Taylorsville Plank Road Company, held at Gra
A T a motiner of the Director ot the bahspury and
ham's Store, September 34th, it was; ordered! that tne
Treasurer charge tnteres on all Instalmmentsnow in
arrears, unless paid within thirty days Irom tins date
and that the Treasurer charge interest on all insfal-
ments which maybe called forliereafter, if said instal-
ments remain unpaid moxe man mirty uays. f
It wasfuriher ordered, thai the Trtasarer be requir-
ed to make collections ofback instalments remaining
UupaiMf 11a vvw -r w -
.i.t J nnrAannf (h the DroVlS lOOS Ot the UOm
1 1 Li. JJLiAlylvmitt, rresi.
Salisbury t Sept. 2i 1852. ! if 2
Hopkins &, Pairohild,
No. 230 Baltimore' Street, BALTIMORE,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE
ASSORTMENT pF READY MAVK
! (S!Lf IH j
of alii qualities, to which; they invite the attention o
i it i . i -. m -m. n . i iBiii-iina i iiv viiiii wm i a n r Ais an i i i iirr m m i ivhi i w h ir i n vnnr i r rvvr i
inform the Public, thai he in nbw nVen.r.J i. with lihl. irirl P,i-. ...k. enough to have burned ont his xt-mfinMn ""' ' " )', '
. i.lcome , .he .ravelUng coi,y. and ,3 I VTL: ! " vea ago. Xvbile be waS aSee St vour '.'.J'. tlM V81""1?' a"d f
datehiseuesisiBa manneeouaUoanvLfinH. ,,,c""lcaa" "u " verge oi per- j . . . , . . sr. . if. eoster, trom tne momehl when Lj
this section of North Carolina. NoeTertion. .isK.W wfth "fTk- 1 uwor an" lo?ave knapped him into the thai letter, acted with th k.t
h. .li ..."K " UUU6C" vm : country.' Then WPntlnnskr.ritv hnt , 7 TH' V ' .
weHaWMM( "r ' vunu unu ay cxcid considerable surprise
I : f n If . I I
xv,e qnveuuiu a; ut tug jlu:, .yfho told you that he was dead V they
Carriage Irimmings, (a large stock.) Sole :nnn:Ppfi ,
1 h aeaiers. .
May 20 1852. 1 13
DE LAINS, DE LAINS
f NoTembef25, 1852. 1
Ej MYERS, has just; received by Express direct
from New York, ai small lot of rich, ill wool,
De Lains ; also, another jot of Velvet Ribbons. Don't
forzetS the sign of the Rcd! Flag. k :
i : E. MYBRS.
A STRANGE STORY;
A 'remarkable circjumslancfc is related
by Airs. Catharine Crowe, in the M ight
siae ol rvatore," as having occurred aft.
Odessa, in 1842. Ari'old blind rnan narxr
ed Michael, had for niany years been ac
customed Jo get his living by seating him
self every; morning on abeam in one of
the timber yards, with a wooden bowl at
his feet, into which .the passengers cast
their alms. This long continued; practice
had made; him well known to the inhabi
tants, and as he jwaii believed to have
been a soldier, his ! blindness was attribu
ted to thel wounds he had received ia bat
tle. For his own Dart he SDoke little, and
never contradicted this oninion. One
... . . .
man tooK her home and adopted her, and
frnm that tim inlctor1 nf cin;n ; iU
timber yard, he went about the streets in
her company, asking alms at the doors of
houses. The child called him father and
(they were extremely happy together.
But when they had pursued this mode
of life for five years, a theft having been
committed in a house they had visited in
the mornjng, Pavvleska was suspected
and arrested, and the blind man was left
once more alone. But, instead of resum
ing his former habits, he now disappeared
altogether, and this circumstance causing
suspicion to extend k:o him, the girl was
orougni oeiore me rrtagtsiraie tone inter
rogated with regard to his probable place
of concealment. is f
' Do you know where Michael is? in
quired the! magistrate.
'He is dead T replied she, shedding a
torrent of tears. ; Ii '
As the girl had been shut up for three
days, without any means of obtaining in
formation 1 from without, this answer, to-
eelheP w!u her unftjned distress, natur-
' Then how can you know it V
I saw him killed.
' But you have never been out of prison.
1 But I saw it nevertheless?';
But how was thai possible V Explain
what you mean.' ;:
1 1 cannot. All I can say is, I saw him
killed.' i :
When Was he killed, and how V
It was the night I Was arrested.'
'That cannot be i he was alive when
you were seized. .
Yes, he was ; he jwas killed one hour
after that ; they stabbed hitn with a knife.
Where were you then 7
I can't tell, butjl saw it
The confidence with which the girl as
serted what seemed. to her hearers impos
sible and absurd disposed them o ima
gine that she waS really insane, or pre
tended to be so ; so leaving Michael aside,
thev proceeded td interrogate her about
the robbery, asking her if She Was guilty.
(J, 110 ! She answered.
Then howl came
the property to be
found about you.
I don t know ; I saw nothing but the
Rut tKnr ia nn prnund for sunnosinp;
I - .w 0- 0
MichaeL is dead ; his body has not as yet
It is till the aqueduct.
nJ (J0ryou knOW.Who slew him V
v wAmAn. Mir.Kkftl was
j. to. it. .. - - -
- , . ,
warning very siuwi) nun 1 was vaftC..
from ujrn. A woman came Dehinq him
with lnrirft kitchen knife : but he beard
- to-- : . .
I I .rniinH nrl hn lhf Wn
. . A. . rr 1 ;
man flung a piece 01-gray Stun over nis
head; and struck him repeatedly with a
knife. The gray stuff was much stained
Michael fell at the eighth blow, and the
woman dragged the body to the aqueduct,
and let it fall in without even lifting the
stuff that stuck to hislace.'
As it was very easy to verify thesp latter
asserli0QSf they dispatc
nM;uiu" i- J ha .Si.
spot, and there the body
spatcbed people to the
was found, with
a piece of Stuff over his head, exactly as
she had descriheclv ttui wnen iney nau
, . u-h
aSKea ucr uuw
OOIV aDSWCr, I UUit I.
rlut vou know who killed him?'
Not exactly; it is the samewoman
that out out his eies : but perhaps he will
tell me her narae-to-riight, and if he does
I will tell you. f
Who do you mean by he V
Why, Michael; to be sure-'
During the whole of the following night,
without allowing her Ito suspect their in
tention, they watchedj her ; and it was ob
served she never lay down, but sat upon
her bed in a sort of lethargic slumber. Her
body was quite motionless, except at inter
vals4wben this repose was interrupted by
nervous sbocks.wbieb pervaded her whole
frame. ';- '. . f- - ,
On the ensuing day, the moment she
was brought before the Judge she declar
ed that she was now able to tell the name
of the assassin. 1 i . ; t ....
But stay said the magistrate i4did he
never tell you whin he was alive how he
lost his sight f
No; but the morning before I was ar
rested he promised me to do so ; and that
caused his death.' !
. How could that be V
' Last night Michael came to me, and
pointed to the man bidden behind the scaf
fold on which he and I had been sitting.
He showed me the man listening to us,
when he said, I'll tell all about that to
n;ght and the man '
Do you know the name of this man?'
' It is Luck ; he Went afterwards to a
broad street that leads down to the harbor,
and he entered the third house on the
What is the name of the street V
1 don't know ; but the house is one sto
ry lower than the adjoining ones. Luck
told Catherine what he had heard, arid
she nroDosed to assassinate Michnpl
Catherine put a piece of plate into my
pocket, that I might be arrested; then
she hid herself behind the aqueduct to wait
for Michael, and she killed him.
But since you say all this, why did you
keep the plate ? Why did'nt you give in
But I did not see It then. Michael
showed it to me last night.
But what should induce Catherine to do
Michael was ier husband and she had
forsaken him to come to Odessa to marry
again. One night, fifteen years ago, she
saw Michael, who had come to see her.
She slipped hastily in the house, and Mi
chael, who thought she had not seen him,
lay down at the door to watch : but he
fell asleep, and then Luck burned out his
eyes, and carried him to a distance.
And is it Michael vvho told you this7'
Yes; he came very pale, and covered
with blood, and he took me by the hand
and showed me all with bis fingers.'
Upon this Luck and Catharine were
arrested, and it was ascertained that she
had actually been married to Michael in
the year 1810, at Kherson. They at first
denied the accusation, but Pawleska in
sisted, and they subsequently confessed
the crime. When they communicated the
circumstance of the confession to Pawles
ka, she said, I was told it last night.'
The affair naturally excited great interest
and people around the neighborhood has
tened into the city to learn the sentence!
Rowdism and Crime in the Northern
Cities. There probably never has been,
in any country, so much crime, and such
perfect impunity of crime, as now exist in
the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, and probably others. We have
occasionally referred to evidences of this
state of things. In New York, on one
day, less than a fortnight ago, four men
were sentenced to death ; four others were
under conviction awaiting sentence at the
same time ; and in three days after, three
murders were committed, and seven men
were stabbed, it is supposed fatally !
' But Baltimore is at present worse than
all in violation of the laws. The follow
ing is the latest incident :
Baltimore, Dec. 14.
Daring Robbery at Baltimore. Mr.
Hooper C. Hicks, the Collector of the Cus
toms at Vienna, in Dorchester county,
Maryland, whilst passing along Lombard
street, near South, at half-past five o'clock
this evening, had a rope thrown around
his neck, and was dragged into an alley
by three men, and robbed of three thou
sand dollars five-hundred in gold, twelve
hundred in Baltimore notes, and a draft
for fourteen hundred on New York,,and
his watch. At the instant be was assail
ed a handful of lime was thrown into bis
mouth and eyes, strangling and blinding
him. The robbers escaped before he could
recover and give an alarm. His pockets
were all cut open and the flesh grazed
with the knife.
And thisoccurred shortly after five
o'clock in the afternoon, before dark !
The Baltimore Sun, alluding to this and
other crimes, says, There is a manifest
inefficiency in the administration of the
laics; and a venal concern for personal
popularity furnishes the only solution of
the disgraceful truths that force them
selves upon our notice. Two facts alone,
recorded in our paper of Monday morn
ing, prove the utter recklessness of the
mob spirit which infests the city. On Sat
urday night it thrust itself within the very
walls of the court house, and with Insolent
vociferation flung its contempt fnto the
very teeth of the appointed officers of the
law. In another case a juror was assault
ed in the streets on account of verdict ren
dered." - ;
The National Intelligencer strikes at
the root of the matter in the following re
It is not by accident that the Courts
and Officers of Justice are inefficient, and
the laws consequently unexecuted and
trampled upon. The real evil consists in
subjecting the Judges and Officers of all
the Courts of the State to periodical popu
lar election. In one of those phrenzies
which sometimes seize ppon a whole com
munity, industriously drugged -with the
most pernicious notions of what ia some-
----- - r--m'jjf- rn ai reconciliation, ana aeciared several
times called "progress" but v. hic'i
experience teaches us is always :
gress downwards, such as is now t
plified in the Qity of Baltirnorn t!.
of Maryland was induced, n year (
agcj under the idea of "reform," to c
its Constitution so as to subject the a;
ment of the Judicial Officjers cf t!
to the periodical universal j suilr;
the People. Behold the corisequcr: :
dieted; by all fee wise he oi the: :
now already realized, as ijsUulJy r;c'
leded by those; who assisjted to Lri;
afllictTve curse upon the tate.anJ
eyes seem to'bet not yet felly cp :
the fact thAt the onlv efipptiv r
the evils under which they cry a!
to restore the independence ijT tficJuJ,
the proteclion'of life and liberty, a:
only reliable palladium of nil
Great Britain and the Un itcd States .
coming tribute was incidental! j paid to i:
morr of Mr. Wcbte, Lj-th Earl cl M
bury, in tho Oritiah : House of Lord?,
evening of. the 2Gib ull., in the course c
remarks of his, in reply tcmn. intcrr
froth Lord WharncHflV, resplfcling the
negotiation. We duote : if r j
Thi negotiation has been hut jnt '
and Mr. Webster, before hisjdeath, 1
estly entered inta bur proposkl lor co;. '
the negotiations on a largo and wide f. !
would include all the disputed ouestL
before bis death to Mr. Crarrjpton, that i
earnestly desired that our trad shou'. l !
lablished on a more thorough basis, ar. J t
personal causes of disunion between tl
great countries should be removed.
We met the same spirit from Con.
Perry, who was ordered br the. Americ
ernrnent to watch over the ntert
tect the property of the American Xl
who were exercising their righii not t.
shores hut around our coast. ! j '
' We must, for many causes, regret t!.r
uf that great statetman. II o i died at a :
when his death was peculiarly; to bo re -
for it interrupted the negotiation we ha j '
with America ;?and I have yetno oHicid!
ligence of any person beingjapppointcJ 1
reed hitn. From Mr. Filhnpre ; we La
ceived the same assurance of good s
the expression of a. most anxious rfesir
these questions should be self led on no :
basis, but on the broadest possible tieii."
Mr. Webster's Opinion ofllCossuth.
lessor Felton, in an article in! the WLi
view, gives an interesting account of a c
aation be bad with Mr. Wetsler a few
before his death. In this conversation, i
lowing; was the language which j Mr. V
held towards the great Hungarian orut
patriot Kossuth :
He spoke of Kossuth's e oquence w I
miration of its beauty and ingenuity. II
his nenius wonderful and bis resource
ordinary, but that ho was ralfaer an en:'
possessed with the idea that he ivas lor:
a mission to fulfil, than a statesman ; t!
political ideas were not well defined, m r
nor consistent ; that ; he waslduublless
cere! lover of his country, but jwas a poet :
than a sound reasoner on ttfTiirs cf ei i'
the condition of the world."
i TEETH, j j
Healthy teeth depend mairjly on her.!
gestion, and on cleanly habits as rear
teeth. They must, of course be con H:
the purposes for whieh ihey la're desinc
they are employed for the pujrpose of cr
nuts, biting thread, unscrewing needle
or turning the stopper. of a pnjellin I.'
the mouth is used as a kind; iof portal.!
tool chest, in which a pair oft$ci$sor?, a
a vice, a cotk-sciew, or any pliher inir
may b fcuud at the time of npedr-tht'ii
and irretrievable injury will eventually I
lo the enamel of lhe lerlh. which
ness of digestion nor cleanliness of l:
avail to remedy. '
CURE FOR CridUP:.
Dr. Fisher, of Boston, relates in a late
ber of the Medical Journal, a lease in v. '.
severe attack of croup was cured by the
catioh of sponges wrung out fjhqt wa'er :
ihroal, together with water5 Jreatrnent,
he describes as follows : I
' Soon afier making the first applied
sponges lo the throat, I .wrapiejd )th cfn!
woolen! blanket, wrung out in warm wai "s
substitute for a warm batht and gate i
drops of the wine of antimony in a little -ened
water, which w'as swallowed wi:!.
cultyi fl persevered in the ppljcutiuri (
hot moit sponges fur an hour, ivljen i!,
was so much relieved that 1 ventured tne
44 These applications were iotitiuupJ i! ;
the night, and in the mornjn the chi.
It will never do to trifle with this f:r
disease. Ibe quicker the remedies ar
plied the better. Instead ol auiirhouy, we
recommend small quantities of alum
en every ten or fiJieeu minutes until il. i
NEW CURE FOR FEvIeR Sc ACL
The Hutsville (Texa?) Item, says :
We had a call this weieH from Mr
Berry, of Grimes county, thwe, u:
stand is about to publish iypT in
derson. From among ot herein! err
items of information weglaned frc::.
perhaps the following remedy for c!-i
worth printing : Take a iaw e--, I
in a tumbler,cover With vinegar, nn I
altogether an hour or two before lv i
time of calling. Mr, D. says he li.
lit tried for years, and never ijrt t
failnre It may seem a bard iloc i
is not half so bad as that villainous Fi
invention, quinine. - ,
xfraraJrance.During the past, wcr
and paitfeswere gWn in Now York, at
fiamondrnd emeralds we re; worn woitL
000 onjihe person. Thousand idollar C,
were npt uncommon. I Dinner parties r r
ken of.fwhere ladies appear in cloaks ei
ered wjith pearls. T! 4 j
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i- .-. -hi : i
BJ, .W4.connty, N.i;C.
in Brica-nouse. 1
June 10, 1852. tip.