An ingenious mechanic ol Nashua, N. H., j has invented a.new method of driving circular! saws without an arbor. With a saw arranged as he has it, a four foot saw will cut a board three and one-hall feet wide, while as now arranged, a four foot, saw will hardly cut one and one-half feet. It is also arranged so that it will cut when the carriage is going eithsr way, and will, at the same time, saw nearly twice as fast. [The above we select from an exchange; we have seen it in quite a number. Who is the man; how does he do it t c. We are not disposed to believe the statements at all. A number of persons from North Carolina have gone up the Alabama River, Georgia, and commenced the manufacture of turpen. tine- They expect to make 12,000 barrels next year.
This article was originally published with the title "New Invention"