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    0 i s cell a it c o us .
iug been informed
'J' sons under this titU" cir
rni.itin with threat effect throughout
Kns'aiid miring the elections going
on for Pai li.r.m-nt. The following
spirited verses ue taken from it.
We do not wonder such poetry and
such sentiments should l popular at
such a time. A". Y. Jmericun.
They knew that I was poor.
And they thought that I was base,
And would readily endure
To he covered with disgrace;
They judged me of their tribe,
Who on dirty mammon dote,
!So they ffered me a bribe
For mv vote, boys, vote!
shame upon my be tters.
Who would my conscience buy!
But shall 1'wear their fetters.'
Not I, indeed, not 1 1
My vote? It is not mine
Todo.with as 1 will;
To e.t",.likc peat Is to swine,
To these wallowers in ill.
It is my country's due,
And I'll give it while I can
To the honest and the true,
Like a man, boys, man!
Oh, shame, Sec.
No, no, I'll hold my vote
As a treasure and a trust,
My dishonor none shall quote
While I'm mingled with the dust;
And my children, when I'm gone.
Shall" be strengthened oy the tho't,
That their father was not one
To be bought, boys, bought!
Oh shame upon my betters,
V h o w o u I d m y c o n c i e :i c e h u y i
But shall I wear their fetters
Not I, indeed, not 1!
Some men there arc two wives would
Their appetite is such;
Not-so with me, but one I have,
Vet find that one too much.
I'm dead; I says, they
I pukes, I bleeds, I sweats 'em;
I takes their fees, and then they dies:
Witli all mv heart- Dr. Lctsom.
A Novel Adventure. On ihe
complaint of a shipmaster from
Norfolk, 'Va. two yellow girls,
named Elizabeth George and Bet
sy Ben, were last night arrested
by Sparks, Homan and Mcrritt,
and this morning examined on the
charge of the shipmaster, who ac
cused them with robbing him of
379 in cash, and his coat, vest
and pantaloons. Elizabeth, on
Tier examination, stated that on
Saturday evening last, she was
accosted by the complainant in
Orange street, and he accompani
ed her home, where he took lodg
ings for the night, putting his
clothes under his pillow. He had
not been in bed long before Betsy
Ben and a girl named Francis,
came into the room, and insisted
that the lodger should hang his
clothes on the line. This he re
fused to do, whereupon Betsy blew
mit the light, snatched the clothes,
in one of the pockets of winch the
money was deposited, and ran
down stairs with the booty. The
lodger followed on after her, and
cried for the watch, but the thief
escaped out of the house. Eliza
beth denied any further knowl
edge of the money, and Betsy
denied any knowledge whatever
of the transaction; but the latter
wa fully committed for trial on
the charge, and the former was
discharged. The ' officers above
named succeeded in recovering
the clothing, and in finding the
money behind a coal box at a
neighboring corner.
JV- F. Paper.
liiat Midi
r . i . 1.
course is necrssiry. I J imr.w
of mo belter mode of giving the
proper notice or caution than to
lay before the reader a few pa-sage
in the last week of my bio
gr.iphy. The facts are, that on the eve
ning of Friday last I found my
self suddenly "in the custody of an
officer by virtue of warrant, which
set forth" and alleged among other
things that 1 had in June last cul
tivated too intimate an acquaint
ance with one Martha M. B. Wes
tern, a young ami vagrant spins
ter. This young woman had
visited a cousin of her at my
house, once in March and once
in October; between which times
I had not seen her. On the fol
lowing morning I was ordered
by a magistrate to find security
to the amount of 300, or to mar
ry the damsel or go to jail. Now
for n man with a house full of ba
bies to convey away the bulk ol
his property, was in my view a
serious matter, and the jail is no
joke, and to marry a woman a
body dislikes is the least amusing
of all I was in much perplexity,
and instead of advising as I ought
to have done with eleuer heads
than mine, and getting a writhe
vent insp. 1 did as Cato and
' 1 .iird llrmri:im liuvc flnni1 heforp
me I drank and forgot my
sorrow. What passed in the lat
ter part of Saturday 1 cannot from
my own recollections clearly
state. But I learn from others
that my opinion of matrimony
seemed to grow brighter with
every ghis; and that the justice
and const.ible having exhausted
their patience in waiting for mv
decision, I stood up before the
presiding magistrate and held
Miss Weston's hand w hile the jus
tice attempted to marry us, and
while both the ladv and myself
were uttering sentiments any thing
but conjugal.
On Sunday I found myself ra
tional; I sought an interview
with the lady and heard her full
confession of what I knew from
the beginning, that she hud com
mittal perjury. She further ad
mitted that her pressing calamities
had all been feigned: that she had
proceeded in her plot till frighten
ed by its very success, she deter
mined to tell the truth, a medical
gentleman was able to confirm
her confession, and w hat I had
asserted in vain to the civil autho
rity and all my other friends, was
now clear as preaching, namely,
that they had the wrong pig by
the ear or rather that thev had
no occasion to meddle with the
ear of any pig at all.
INow what 1 wish to have un
derstood is this, that I maintain I
am a single man. I have already
been dunned for some of this
wretched woman's debts, but 1
have not paid them, and 1 will not
pay them. Lgt no one trust her
on my account for she is not my
wife. I will fight this question
withnv last ninepence.
Ikattleboro,' Dec. 11, 1834.
llcmarhtllt hwcnlion. The
following is taken from the Lou
don Morning Chronicle of Janu
ary 1, where it is published as an
article of intelligence:
Pemartcablc When the proper
ties of steam and its power were
first ascertained, it was supposed
bunion genius could extend no
further; still, since then we have
had our streets and houses lighted
by gas, and now we are to have
mil rowldnrp; warmed ana our
UUI I Ott.HW-' - -
provisions dressed without the use
of "fire, flame, smoke, steam-gas,
oil, spirit, chemical preparation,
or anv dangerous substance wnat
soever." Incredible as this may
appear, it is no less true, an m
liavinsr invented
a machine by winch it may be ac
complished. It is made of brass,
is about 22 inches high, 12 inches
wide, and six deep, has the ap
pearance of a miniature chest ol
drawers, and is surmounted by
an inverted crescent, which is hoi
low for the purpose ol containing
water. It is called "Wenn's So
lar Stove,' and is healed by
"elementary heat," produced (ac
cording to the words of the inven
tor) by "separate and combinei
elements." It may be used with
the greatest safety in ships, am
in manufactories and warehouses
w here in consequence of the com
bustible nature of the stock fires
are prohibited. The process ol
heating is so clean and simple
The following members com 1
)0se the conference:
Ministers- Alex. Albright,
ics'dt. John Coe, John Moie,
. Jones, Alex. Bobbins, .1. Gray,
tf. Bobbins. J. dallimorr, Isaac
Coe. J. F. Speight, W. Blair, W.
McM asters, 0. L. Looly, A. Cray,
W. Harris, James Hunt, Laswcn
Drake, J. H. Cobb, I. Y. took,
. Davidson, J. II. Christie, L. Al-
en. YV. V. Hill. A. Jones, Wi
Whilaker, v . Bellamy, aetn
Speight, Joshua Swift, H. Tar.
kinton, W. 11. wins, samuei o.
larris and John Giles.
that a lady having white glove
on may perform it without soilini
them, or a child three years ol
age without injury.
Yesterday its powers were ex
hibited at the West India docks
before Capt J'arish the dock mas
ter; T. Sheldrake, Ksq. engineer
Beck. Ki. and a number ol
other irenllemen connected witl
the Dock Company, and w ho ex
Dressed the creates! astonishment
at Mr Wenn's invaluable discov
cry, and said they considered it
would be of incalculable service
to the navy, Sec. Heat was pro
duced by invisible means in less
than two minutes, and in three
minutes afterwards, water which
had been put cold in the crescent
boiled with such force, that th
windows of the room in which it
was tried was compelled to b
opened to let the steam escape
There is a drawer in the machine
in which a steak or chop can b
cooked in its own gravy, but there
not being one at hand, the experi
ment was not tried. Three hours
after it had been heated, from
w hich time nothing had been done
to it, it was found to be still so
hot that it could scarcely be touch
ed with the naked hand, althoug
it had been carried from the docks
.1 ii i ...
to toe city. e understand it is
the intention of the ingenious in
ventor, who has expended all he
was possessed of in bringing it to
perfection, to exhibit it to the pub
lic at the museum of arts and
sciences, in Leicester square.
arisen before, ihey will not aflei
it is put on, and that one pojdlict
is generally sufficient to tiled a
S f
0We take the following
"Advertisement Extraordinary,"
as it was headed, from the Brattle
bcro' Phoenix of Dec. 11th.
I, Alfred Harris, of Bratlleho
ro, yeoman, am, or, at any rate,
was last .week a widower with
seven children I am told that
their Honors the Court of Chan
cery are to decide whether I am
still as I think, a widower or a
married man. My means are
rather limited, and the support of
my family and performance of my
domesiic duties having hitherto
fully occupied my time, I have
confined myself to the shades of
private life. My present appear
ance before the public is any thi'n'cr
but desirable to myself but hav
OWe have recorded a number
of instances latel y of extreme old
age in the south, but we believe
the follow ing goes ahead of all.
A colored woman, the propety of
Win. T. Mason, of Loudoun coun
ty, lately died at the advanced
age of one hundred and thirty,
retaining her bodily and mental
faculties. A. Y. Star.
From the Pacific Ocean.
The editors of the New York
Gazelle learn by the arrival ol the
Vermont. Lieut. Davis, that the
new constitution of Peru had been
read and sworn to throughout the
several Stales of the Republic and
that the country was quiet. Gen.
Gamarra had fled to Bolivia.
Chili was tranquil, but an erup
tion was feared at the close of the
present administration The
French Minister on account of
some difficulty with the Govern
ment had left Santiago and would
hold no further intercourse with
the authorities. The civil war
continued to rage at Guayaquil
in August, with little prospect of
a reconciliation between the two
parties. The city had been afflic
ted with a sort of plague, which
had carried off about 3,000 inhab
New Locomotive Engine.
We learn that an experiment is
making in England, to ascertain
the character of a new locomotive
power on land and water, which
gives great promise of success.
The Engine is moved by some
gaseous agent connected with, or
produced by Mercury, exposed
to heat.
A steamboat has actually been
propelled by this new power with
great velocity. We will endeav
or to furnish our readers with
the earliest information on tin
And by the way, if certain ex
periments succeed, now making
by one of our own citizens, with
steam power applied directly lo
arms upon a shaft carrving a wa
ter wheel, and which is said to
have been fully tried at Syracuse,
the present form of Steam En
gines for boats and rail ways,
will be shortly abandoned. Jt is
believed the New York Mechan
ics' Magazine will ere long con
tain some astounding facts on this
subject.- Albany N. Y. Adv.
Fr om the Oxtord Fxamincr.
Extract trom the minute ol thc
Annual Conference of the North
Carolina District of the Metho
dist Protestant Church, held at
Rehoboth M. House, commenc
ing 25th February, 1S35.
Lay Delegates WT. Li ndsey
. G. Beason, W. Gilbrealh, D.
. Moore, F. W. Ogbuin, A.
Wilson, W. Weathers, G. U.
Jones, 11. C. Rankin, J. Bobbins,
N. Albright, W. Lindse,y, 1'.
,Min, J. C. Wren, A. Paschal,
. Jones, H. A. Burton, K. .lories;
Ivey Harris, TV Wr.ght, J. W.
Smith, W. B. Mann, W. Elling
ton, W. C. Whilaker, L. H. B
Whitaker, M. C. Whilaker, B
Hunter, T. Nicholson, J. Dueson,
J. S. Norman and A. Benton.
J. F. Speight, W. H. Wills
and S. J. Harris were n commen
ded and elected to Kldcrsjorders.
J. Holmes, J. Causey, J. G.
Beason and J. II. Harris, were
recommended and elected to Dea
con's orders.
Rev. Alex. Albright was re
elected President lor the succeed
ing year, and J. F. Speight, con
ference airent.
The committee of five, consist-
inn oi mis Harris, i nomas
Nicholson, A. Albright. A. G.
Beason and N. Albright, appoin
ted to station the ministers and
preachers the ensuing year, made
the following Report. There be
nig no appeal taken the report was
eoncurred in, viz:
Guilford Circuit Alson Gray
Superintendanl J. Coe, ,1.
Moore, T. Jones, A. Rohbins,
N. Robbins, J. Gallimoie, J.
Gray, Laac Coe and Jesse G.
Baon. assistants.
Or tnge Circuit J. F. Speight,
Sun.rintendant W . McMas-
ter, C L. Cooley, J. H. Chris
lie, C. Allen and J. Causey,
Granville Circuit Joseph Hol
mes, Superintendanl J. Hunt,
C. Drake, .1. H. Cobb, T. Y
Cook, R. Davidson and J. H
Han is, assistants.
Roanoke Circuit Samuel J
Harris, upenntenlant A.
Jones, assistant; W. 11. Will
and . Bell unr unstationed
at their ow n request.
Albemarle Circuit Superinten
dant to be supplied Joshua
Swift and II. Tarkinton, assis
Tabernacle St. Selh Speight.
MatamuskvelSt.- John Gibs.
Willis Harris, Conference Mis
IM I 1 -I J.
inosemaiKeu inns' removed
beyond the limits of the District
I lie next annual conference to
be held al Sandy Ridge M. II
Guill.-td county, N. C. commenc
mg the last Friday in March,
Publishing committee.
Missionaries From a state
ment in the Missionary Herald
lor January, it appears that ihe
American Board of Missions have
under their care in foreign conn
tries and among the Indians of
our own country, 30 mis-ions, (iG
stations, 10S preachers, 5 of whom
are natives, 7 physicians, 5S
teachers, 32 of whom are natives,
S printers, 11 farmers, and arti
zans, &c. comprising an aggregate
of 1958 members. They have
also 474 schools, comprising nn
aggregate of 27,GG4 scholars. Ol
these 20,184 are at the Sandwich
Islarfds, and those only included
who are able to read in the New
for intolerable h c rit
cy Tyler from Mr. anni'
Married, on .Monday 2., i j
1835, Mr. Samuel 'I viej.Jv
Nancy Tyler.
Jteceipts for Ihe ein(-(,j .
ous Compains, iiriiii,, ,
It. a ' 11 I'v n., it It
the llumcputhiv I)uviun
grand principle, in nun. (l j
plaints, is lo aggiavaie
toms; or, in otlu r won!, tr
duce symptom of a ii!,,,,.
valed nature I l..ui il.o,,. ,
del take lo remove; ,1 o
course, th" lirM se n
being swallowed
s it
ijuut.itu Jsigni. a person
in i.ondnii. pursuing ihe princi
pies ot rrotessor Faraday, has
constructed a machine, quite sim
ple in form, which produces an
instantaneous light, without the
use of gas or acid.
IVonders of Chemistry.
Aquafortis and the air which we
bieathe are made ol the same ma
terials. Linen, and suar, and
spirits of wine, are so much alike
in their chemical composition,
that an old shirt can be converted
into its own weight in sugar, and
the sujrar into spirits of wine.
Water is made ol two substances,
one ol which is me, cause oi al
most all combustion or binning,
and the other will burn with more
rapidity than almost any thing in
nature. The famous Peruvian
bark, so much used to strengthen
tomachs, and the poisonous prin
ciple of opium, are formed of the
same materials. N. Y. Farmer.
Colonization Society. From
the African Repository it appears
that the American Colonization
Society have conveyed lo Liberia
2S8G colored emigrants of these
1187 were from Virginia, fS2
from North Carolina, 3b7 from
Maryland, 201 from South Car
olina, 10G from Georgia, 103
from Kentucky, 70 from New
York, G5 from Pennsylvania, 55
from Tennessee, 40 from the Dis
trict of Columbia, 32 from Rhode
Island, 21 from Louisiana, 10 from
Mississippi, 8 from other states,
and 2 native Africans.
"I' ri u
by the second, w j ,,,,, ,'
To cure the ItlwutnutLf
Drink wine and lining,. V( "'
in high living, iiS',0 f,
the gout; and, teiv n,r(1 ;,
when this last' ,-Ml
screws upon yen, you w
feel the rhcum-iiiom.
To cure a Flea A?. s-,;.
i'we wounrled part to the u, .,j ,
bed-bug, which will 322rav;,;e
symptoms so that ti.e fl,
will be no longer felt.
To cure the Turdh-Ach
yourself afflicted with ii,c;,
loteux, and then you rr;9y ; (
at the Tooth ache, even
you .-hould laugh mu 0j w'"
side of your mouth.
To cure Sujfucntin j
swallowing a Jui,uto. ,)
a pumpkin. Tin- iV
stretch your aesophajjus y i; ,
potato will go down; or, , v.
aggravate the symptom. ii,li!t
will no longer trouble yuul, '
all about the potato.
To gel a Grain r
of your Eye. Vu , a,,...'
The itrason ol the cine i (,
To gt-t a Fly out if mr
I'ui in a hornet.
To get your self out
small Sc'(fje.-(lri nuo
A ltd so, in any cae of ; '
difficulty, lake Mich iiif,.-,t.
will produce an asiavy'.c
the case, and the cine h c.n
Mr. E. C. Delavan, of Albany,
N. Y. the great temperance advo
cate, has been prosecuted by some
of the brewers of that tily for hav
ing asserted that filthy, pulrid wa
ter is used in making ale. The
damages are laid at $300,000.
It seems the brewers are determin
ed there shall be no small beer in
this case.
Bank Robbery. The Farmers
and Me hanit s' Bank at New
Brunswick, (N. J.) was robbtd
last Saturday or Sunday night,
of notes amounting to $G000, of
which $1400 were in $100 notes,
and $400 in $50 no'tes, ofthat
bank, and about $3000 in notes
of the Trenton and Princeton
banks. One thousand dollars are
offered for the recovery of the
money and conviction of the rob
ber or robbers.
U.S. Gas. ISth inst.
Shnple cure for Hheumatism.
Hoil a small pot full of potatoes,
and bathe Ihe parts affected with
the water in which the potatoes
are ooiled, as hot as it can be ap
plied, immediately before getting
iimi oeu. i re pains will be re
moved, or at least greatly allevia
trwl I
yj illuming. i ne most
obstinate rheumatic pains are
known to have been cured by one
.ijjpneaiion oi mis novel and sim
pie remedy. Scotsman. This,
ai an events, is a simple and ap
parently safe remedy.
Cure for Hums ami Child.
blains. A. liritnxnn ,.i m...i
ville, Pa. says from 15 years ex
perience, he hnds that an Indian
meal poultice, covered over with
Young Hyson Tea softened will,
hot water, and laid over burns or
frozen flesh as hot as it can be
borne, will relieve the pain in 5
minutes; that if blisters have not
Disgraceful Tarring and
Feathering a Female. A corres
pondent at Jamesville writes us as
follows: A most disgraceful cir
cumstance recently occurred at
Orville, Onondaga county. A
bout twenty persons assembled at
the house of Mrs. Tyler, (whose
husband is in the stale prison) be
tween 8 and 9 o'clock in the eve
ning, broke open the door, enter
ed her XPd-room, gagged and
took her off about a mile and a
half to a barn, stripped her, and
men tarred and feathered her all
Encouragement to Li
tors. iMarnage is held in
high repute at the n mole
ment of the Galena load n.
that the young men have lo.:
themselves into an II yn en
eiely, and rstablMicd aioi'
miurns to the first member
enter into the bonds of uiw
A suit of clothes, value jv!
Ihe first; anoiluar,o0, lo lit
ond, and 45 to the U;ird.
Horrid. Hy ;iccoihn
Cnunpore. we h-.trn thai ir.r
of children have bt-come ve:
tensive in Upper 1 ndia, u.:
dreds hive Leen eaten ty
staiving parent!
CTA small paper, califs
Chamelion, has been tsU
in Jersey, to aid in raising a
t.o be bestowed on j ainv
damsels about to marrv.
objects of the paper will let"
ed as rapidly as the colon
animal uhose name it lif.'M-?.'
the editor becomes an,
with the numerous appin'2
that will be made f r ul
they say in fhe legislature
also incurs some risU from
of the fairer sex, whose p'ri
are their only stock in tratf
a matrimonial bargain, au
may, in a phrenzitd n otiiei'
minister to him a potion r;'
unpalatable, but pori'u d'' i;
tin w a rr a n ta b 1 e inter fei ente.
The Quaker bill.
dividing ihe property of i'
ety of Friends, without
consent, passed ihe Htn?e i1
over. She was found in this stale - V 8 Z- ?
in the barn, nn tl, fll ! 3 Vote ot 2S to 21. '1 M1'
..j v. lunun iiiir ; , ,
irmutes the property n"
according lo immemorial u?"
bv the Society's Trustees, i:
defined and inviolable coi
among all the individi'
both parties. Men, nomflV
I children share alike.
V. UUIlli U I lilt- II nU inn
morning, and assisted to return
to her dwelling. It is said the
'ause of such disgraceful proceed
ings was the fact that Mrs TV
'er's fame was considered doubtful
n the neighborhood. I!n?t nC
'he olienders are bound
$15000 each
oer in
to appear and
answer. Y. Paper.
OCr'The Green Mountain Dem
ocrat says the following article
of intelligence may be relied on:
Divorced, by ihe Stinn-mn
Court on Friday, 20th Feb. 1835
Newark N. J- ! h
lpsf;'. m
(fj'You young r?
don't you spell as well nf
when you were in the old htf'
"I can't exthactly git the a
of this new school house."
then I'll soon learn voo the1
of it."

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