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D.follars tud Fifly
- lratio of Six, m
athe,ate or rl tion,-and' Pl'mr
Net aitritw) 81h, on9h6. Subnri
* State are r-aired to pay in ads
No subscription received for les than je,
0l o pajer discontinued until all . snwi ges
Are pd, except at the option of the Edi'i
Msiliscriptions wifi be couitiued unlessother
Sigaderdt-the and q the year.
Anv-saxxs go~s. ons Icuottly inserted at
$21 cents per squa r, fift utsertion, and
313ents for each ed* 4rdeirtisementi
Hot, having the un bamic rked on
them, will be co 'out, and
All coihmunications o the Editors,
oPDill . Yin i strictly at
tended to. .
JUST. REChlVED AND F6drLPLE BY
-BARIRE LS Fr#h 3
- bbs. do. No.2, 4
, lf-blils fresh 2, do6
.50 do ,do.do 1. do
25 gr :d! 1, do
50 4bls rCanl Flour.
20 cas e Cheese,..
- - 10,; A naSe r
5. 1 o..gnic
V -25 Northern Potatoes
10' Sio Onio11,
200 do Housa1 f6
20 boxes $perm i dl es
-ALSO, A OXNERAL ASSO'* TM.T OP.
Dry Goods :4a94 - re Ne I
of every deaeliptionad of the hest quality
* ,'whleh they.ofi'erfor sale onaccomumolating
terms. Their fmteuds and the publie gener
'lly are fespectfullygrequeited to call'. amid
exatnine. t~oir stock.
Hamqburg, Nov. 21, i:3G tf 42
ugs & DMedicines.
i Subscribers haniiig erecently puarcheusd
- the DJ1UU'sTQRE of thle l:mio fjam. 4f.
rewpectfullf infonm the Public. their
friemln, and the late patoiu: of the establjsluI.
tha they will confinns the DItUG business it t1w
eame tahid, No.. d,'irnad Street. vhore teie
are now . n
Philadelphia, New Yprk and loston.fa large -sad
well selected lssortment of
DRUGS, MjEDICINFJS, P.AINTW,
OILS. DYE-STUFFS, IVVNDOJ
GLARS, PATNT MEDICINES
R PUM S I AT T E R'
.IAT E R 4~ . $c. 'Sre.
i wl 'disposn of umpon terms as low and
noodaing as mi he ofhined in any
tikeij ,IIrnt Market. They wvarranit their articleii
-esh and genune.
'LOUD - TIIWF.LL..
- amzista,.Ga. g .10
-an* inte. -
EUG, 4 M -VM
I-YE S ,PAINT I . WIN
0%' 8, PAT.41 MEDI
C FU Mr E R re
.SPI C Ynforn their feiends
nmiouners they -havo entered into.v&
~rmthipj, anud inton to- keep alwayms dilWitl
- 0. assortmtent of all'atelas-in their fine~1A
i uesmn'mv be ieliW on it blirnijotbo
q:vty. as they hme been seeied the
HE Subserir afferreturtig hi- sincere
o iberal ptronaagl~e? has
mei with-so-fir, respecntfuz v utnforms his frienmds
anid the puic., that, in .;delitidhitu his former.
8TOCK, he isjmow gpeniina frIm.Philadelphia,
arge amd fresh 4npply. ..JQICINES gen'.
en9~ly. taele~wt~~p artmenit of
- GomdkFoil, &c. whichii infmiident will give
s ipsfiedton to all thtise hydur lhim wih
h temrcumstom. -
~tN, A.Antnty-orcauer siPhylimn
ddwewllm~aivml te, caillan'd examine foar themselveu
4 y :putrchase elsiryltere. -
. idA-T KI S QN o ers hiAt'b
. *" d vielnity. -Having engaged mn a
h. 'tenstrie pettee CSve . revosly to
fnsa, .:hn tho Hospitals of L1jtI Parin,
yhm'rm hi.. -masinoed eighteeon me 'A5~ iof
Meda l kutawledge, lhe feel8 confilen e-i can
rtudler atisfactionm to all who umaftcall on him.
N. I. All who are afflicted by ofd udeers are re
quested; to giv e huiim a call.
1Ui1E Sub~scribers hove formted a Co-p'a.
..E.nerslop, under the firm ofr
8kaftekelfordt Boag dr Con
for the purpomea of JMPORJTING, and trans.-uit
W VIlOLE8$A LF- D. RY-.GOODS bumsinmes.
..hey will openi a large mad'i extensive Stock 1j1
~reet'Iron) Euoa.,) s'tfld toa the.-Southog'
market, about the Iastof Sepember, in Faber'a
Block of Buiildings, at -the Corner of jFraser'e
Wharf anid EatBy -3AKJ~ozD
I. 8. BOAG.
Aa~rdeston.Juy230,1636. . Ih'
T E taeManuufacturing 'Coipan
and .now havo.on hand, a
oprf o any,
of orede also
minachie bA latest
ned to oper V the Fall "d
akingLiUnsey to- eigh about
R I a pound per yard, in the most
Ordes addressed to the undersigned, (Aiki
Ba'rivell District, 8. C.) will be neatly b
and forwarded, an direcked at thu lowestmanNSA
Agunt for Cbmspany.
Sa minons & co,
. 1~d~k tdirainer thi t teirrind
and the public foi the -libvrud patronage
cOnfered on them in their WAKI. IIOUSE &
CO'Wi[1.8810N BUSINiSS for years past,
Vespectlily renew the offier of their services,
.misamg tloir continued efforts for the promio
pf the interests .of their patrons. They are
pared to atford the ustual advances on Cotton,
-*asgned to their care as heretofbre.
,Ga. Aug. 8, 183 -1h 27
a .i.ulltrance & 1rdst
TA .' ALL PAID IN.
So .'Aaent, fhr'h above
Conpl n P% .11yre1 st loss or
rg, S. C. N9v..2W1d886 g 43
xatber for .ate.
bI cribser has recently coincne
Saw ag .at the'Mill known a* the
hn la jidrtim's, and offers for sale
Fiftoeit or Twenty rhousanid feet of Luam
h-oerg gt the customary frices. The Ail'
twelve miles froi. this Villy 'tiand 6 mites
below the Pinep flouse, nea the old road
leAding to Aiken. Orders and hills will be
B 1""WMIN F. LANDRITM.Y
De 8, 1836 "4
N' r-'a' e'nco "~nhur, e
.tween E'lEe d CNn*e; and' Mr.
T e.Blea,;* n- tfif-obi-N$-vieiz12
ennflining two I n ni
*W-90tem:un for *15 due 'ihe Js, of'lthccad
her. the* d:1t nol resColltectesd. The'hoiber on
Hewkinh Clemian ir ~p55. dit- sonetine
in Ooeolsr, the dfime not renulPitod. A
between 6 or A in ce e. Any pers
isdinea ihe artM kw and leaving the'm mt this
ffice, will be liherat4v rewMard-d.
MfCWAJAff iMINK INS.
Dec. 12, 1836 - e 45 d
D UNG the t.ion of October Colnrt. a
D otc of hand paynhIn to Z. Itarri-.-on iet
eun e/fgr itrivinga Stage on the (rnnville lind,
f1or hunf4rmi avid one dt1rs and :4 conts,
. Co I "ns ar Johni MeLoan. All persons
At WrIned fron trading for said Not..
Y er 9,IG e40
Y a colottri.is, in Atic e'troets of
I f p to this by describ.
advertisornent, wiln giving
274-8::1 "'"tr. 88 .
RING Conrt week. hkv a youth. a re'd
51norocco POCKERT BO0OK contniving a
hinia l'ums of Money nuid one No'e. The owner
aonsnhave the'satme by pvrfViw property. reward.
ing the finder and payimg for tuis advertiseriient.
Unquire'at this Oticee.
Nov. 17 If 41
TIME.- BLUE S&
E embserserfthb Cotupamny formerly ox.
fg at this 1lc with-thme above nramo,
pub! * att of Maid Comipany,
~l on t e~~i'~ to E. J. YommI~
IL L~uemeO'i~36 (f 40
M o ttoe Seed.
r14 I tiscr sas for~ sale
Huandred Ilushkls of Petit Gulpd
ton Seed, sonuasi andu hird years proA
from pure seed impomrt~d bay hasimself frin
New Or euns. l's'ce 25 centg per husashel.
- IWOSESlT W~ATTS.
Ns' -83G. - 42
gt to tiae ,#indt
Wmin rgristna hf5 tihe n
-bout .thiy-five years of nye.
5i fot8 Jme i)jgl. H Jeuays that hseise.
loist r0of Co umhus, Gin.
TI lrqested to coine foarward,
ttnro r lfrtf' a'sv chares. nsr,.d take hief
Nnyeaiher25f. 1l:tr, 4:t sf
O ok care.ofthe GAsW 'AY
. teiCADEMY, who is well qu's ified
totnhthe h6nglish Language. rhe In
stitutioni t comm~nence on the 15 Fob, 1837.
IUGH NEAL, 1
T. HILL, - a.- j
J. ED0 .-J -
Dec 8,1836 - -. tr44
Of al' ind Ript conettantly For safe)~
CA.06O .64'ihibealtby ri~~bc
aters of the Sa uda and
SavatnaU q gmand will re-commence
their exre- ,o the first.Mondayiu Jan
up8rY,,P 4 J er the supeigtRndance of
and' Johu zimpson of the
uis~niud Miseb'"ea Chap
-n of mlo depirtneat. Iliss An
iu onsoaof ~~ri'ton it- is ospedted will
taka0ie &of the Musical department.
Of. tuitiou are as follows:
'1'or the loier branches of English.i'clu
.1&R4ading, Writing, Arithbmeiic, aid
ASztiiogrnpby1 twelvegtllars per
anaunm or . - - p4 00pr.4r
For the same, together with
Geography, History, Graminai,
and all other higher branches of
English, twenty dollars per an
amanor - - - - 6 00
!,jfor the same, together with
Latin,'Greek, and the French
langqage, thirty dollars per an
nuru or - - - - 900
For Music, forty dollars pcr
annijm or - - - 15 00
For use of Piano, three dollars
per annm, or - - 1 00
Good Boarding, (including firc-vood and
washing) can.ho obtained, at from eight to
nine dollars per month.
LARKIN . GIRIFFIN,
Sec'y of Board of Truttecc.
Dec. 17,1836. e 46
lsount Enon Academy.
T I L lihe commenced on the 1st Mlon
day in Jan. next, under tho direction
of Mr. RUSIH CAM PHI'LL, a gradunte of
the South Carolina College, recinumended
to be a gentleman of;4Iiigh muoral worih.
and at scholar well calenlated to prepere
youug men fora'.llege.
December3.183i nc 44
HE .Copartnershi p heretofore existing he
tween the sqtbsicrihers under the firn of
G. L. PENN, & CO.
was dissolved on the first lay of September- last
by nilitnal conseit. All persons inde-teil to
thema are respectfully requested to conic forward
aid liguidate their accountis.
G. L. PENN & E. PENN tire dulyiinthoriz.
ed to settlo the brainess of' the. Concern.
G. L. Ii- NN,
E. l'f NN,
B 31. itODGERS..
r T" Sibheriliers nke thisi oplortimity of re
'hwir tianks to tih-ir -rinn:ls;'nt'd thr
...f oirl gto:y
havo- e nfiiuines' thisplace. .i
They also iepleav8 o'ifdhrm the 'nnbhlienat
thiy have gssociated with ilhe.ic in biiusess. sic:e
the irst of Sept. last. Mr. Wn.ia-u B. Jonsso-i
jr. tud Mr. RODF.R ANDEPsox, Young men well
!-nown to the citizens of thq Distrie. 'Te busi
ness hereafter will be conffued undePte firmi
G- -L. & 1. PF.NN & CO.'
. They hope by'unremitted attent:on to iminels
and ettort to pk.ase. that they Will nwrit a ctmtqp
1a1nem 4ft't.e very -liberal patronage, wh.ieua.
1-e-ecxtended to the late Concern.
G. L. PENN,
Jan. r183y. tf 48
T HE -Copartnershiip heretofore oxisting an.
der the firm of;- -
DOWu), (OVDE, &. CO.,
is this day dissolved by its oin liminatio All
rersons. indebted to ihen are respectfnfy and
eurnestly.iivited to call and set-le their accounts
or Notes, ais the case may be, as soon as possible
at tho old stand
C. A. 4+1% D,
SAMIU1 1 '. 4i00fDf
WILLIAM .. bUTULR.
Jan. 2nd 1837.
TIlE Subscriber having purchased the entira
interests of'Snamel F. h.node and Wi.'M. But.
Ier. in the (irm of' Dowd. (ioode & Co. takes this
iiethod Of r'eturning his siacere thanks' to the
Public for the liberal patronago le hlas receivcd.
and pledges himself to use every exci tion in his
pover to acconunodate with liberality all who
'tstrhpleased to cotinue theiar itnroi.~ e.
A a assortment of' GOO)S will be --oil
sa kpton hand. and aut as low prics as an,
i titft southern country,
'4.C. A. DOWD.
.T N)IdER the poweors vested itn ns k' the last
w)iill andtu testamenit of Jetl'ersona Iti'chardlson
we sallsel a blic our-er 01tg
h~' ci'Febhar t,'iut Edge Ild Col
oqee' e houLs andloi laioly~ oceutuied ?
1dow of' tdd: deceased iii-thee'Village of ?g
Aold. The lot contains abtoumt a hlmf acre of lid
with a omfotable, dwelliug, and all nece.ssar~
At 'thme tirn0 a'I~ittract of land of
eaid deoeased; containing abut 250 dre, situae
about twb mniles from Edgefield Villiske adjoining
tfie lands wheuroon Mrs. Rt. Blalock now resides,
lands of Mlrs;-,Labonle and others.
Agood Barouch and pair of nnteh. horses,
TnaoF SALL.-Credit until the . jsto
January le$~s; purchasers giving note and ap
THu UPH(LUd~ HELLa -
Adminaistrators tcith. the D l-anured.
Jan.5,i9.r/. . . . , e 48
T1-RAYF'.D from ay plantatIon ne'ar.Beech
slfahnd, on the '20th of N'ov. last, a small
1 r 67rfive years old, with somne collar iiharks and
elsmp on the maside of thu', hoth: of the rz,.ht
litnd l'g. 'No othier .inarks recollected. Any in-.
formiatnarby which the said njiule can be obtained
will not only be thankfully rodeived, but liberajlv
CARRtEL A NOUD).
arrier's Now Vnic a Addreu.
TO THE PATaONS OF
.The old year now has past aivay,
And new year comes in young and gay.
Our lovely soil with plenty's crowned,
Antid peace, and health, and wealth abound.
My readers listen to my song,
For I will not detnin you long.
The Carrier his respects presents,
And asks you for your surplus cents.
Fatr ladies of this polished town,
I pray (o not upon him rown.
lie's told you ninny a tale of love,
And joy and grief, your souls to move;
Ile's told how many a cunning lass,
lHas hound in chains more strong than brass,
Or ndainnut, sone foolish swain,
Who's even fondly hugg'd his chnin. -
And why mny not each sii'le dane,
Ere-this year passes, do tl same?
Dear girls, I've one request, to make,
Whenl O'er yon wed, send me some cake.
To politicians, foreigh news
lie's brotight, to drive away the blues.
A word with you, ye wealthy misers,
Why dont you take the Advertisers? .
The CnshA vould ne'er by you he uiss'd,
Subscribe then on the printers list.
Ile'll tell yotu where to purchase stock,
V lieu next your cofrers you unlock. T
To all my readers young and old,
Line upon line, lie's soiethig told,
Ahout the Kinderhook ingicinn.
Par excellenice the politician.
Creat Vann! if thou but stretch'st thy wand
O'er the broad face of this free land,
O'er evrv.e n there's th'rown a mnist,
An ad tone th'cuehanitm:c:t cian reist.
Oli oarc of conjtarersaill hail!
L.ift froi thy brow, the golden vail.
Andbjlcss thy foll'wers with the sight
They'll start in wonder and affriglt!
Oh Jolnson ! thou the black naun's frical.
-The snuse to thee would rcccon.in cud,
To haie to Afrie's sunny land,
Where thou the darkies maay'gt commapd:
From tlee, a long line may descened
Of( wool-lead Princes who'll extend,
Thy Mlsakened namue to future days,
%% hile Congo btrds will grunt thy praise.
Ohi Texas! where the hold.and bravo
Find lteedom,- or the soldier's grave,
Contendina fkr pinn's noblest right,
Against the Metie' tyrants' mighi;
Where Carolina's sons have bled,
And suink aniong the gallant dead
My humble muse would not essay
To sing of you, in her poor lay.
Of what has happ'd in our own State,
The muso Will not this time relate,
Save that she voted for U ill Mangum;
To Vau and oth'rs, sihe says "hung 'em!"
Of William% or the Gallic King,
Or Sultan Mahnond, she'll not sing;
What boots it in this land of work,
To talk alout a lazy Turk ?
Whazt care we for a sailor king,
Or any worthuless titled thing?.
TIhi* land's the rinter's paradise,
Whewre each .mnay prinit his thuonantid lies.
On parsing now, the muse would say,
WVhen thais you read, the Carrier pay.
REASON FORFEMALE BEAUTY.
optanes asked me one day why the
wo en of the Jewish race are so irnuch
ha ime'r.thani the men. I gave him a
ren n at onice poetical ad Charistian'.- The
Jo1 sses, I repilied,:have etsenped the curste
wth h lhas niigted'napon their f'athers, lhus
l.ban s anda. sons.-.Not an Jewess was to he
see amnong the crowd of priests and then rab-.
l eg '-ho insulted the San of Mlan, scotarged
'lia crowvned him wvith 'horns, and subjec
ted h imi to ignominy and the agonay of'the
ro.The womiean ofJuden beoliev'ed in the
Sn ajar; they loved. they llowed himu, theay
nas ed' hitua withr their sulistance, they
coo' jedhimi under allietionis. A womaa
of ;hfv pouired oti his head the oint-.
mr ,3 ich she kepat in a vas'e of alabaster;
tbhq inner ntuointed his ti-t ih a.p9;'uitl
"t1- ud wipedu them with herhigfr,. h'ist,
oht pairt, extenided his grae adm
to tjti Jewesses; hie ruise1 fr
'Ih a of the widow of Nnain,uat a1~rti's
biQ r, Lazarus; hie enaredl binon' ah-nil
er- aw, and the' woman who touchedtht
It f his garanent. . To-a. t):e amarian
wI n lie was a spring of livinig water, atal
atc passionate Judge to flap woman taken
na almery. The daughters of Jertasalem
ever him; the holy woman aiccom.
ihim tQooClvary, brought bul man4
apices; -and iveeping, sought him it- the
Aepulchre. '" Woman, why weepest.loii?"
His first appearance afler the resurrtciion
wat to Magdalen. lHe said to her. 'Mary!'
At the sound of that voice Magdalen's eyes
were opened, and she answered, 'Master.'
The reilection of some- very beautifal ray
must have fested on thie brow of tho
Tpe vhole world must ere long acknow
ledge the superiority'o Yankee ingenuity,
and already many portiQns of it have tacit
ly made the admission, bj ihe employment
:;fAmerican mechanics in the superinten.
lence of various kinds of mechanical busi
ness. -Gen. Tallniage, in a letter from St.
Petersburgh, remarks, that the foreman of
the principal rnnchin' factory al Manches
ier, (Eng.) is an American froi Providence;
and that the principal nanufacturer employ
ed by the King of Prussia, is a native of
Baltimore. Henry Eckhd was for i long
linme the mnaster slip-builder for the Sultan
of Turkey; and we saw stated a few days
since, th at several elegant huttaies have been
ex ported per order to England from Nipwark,
N. J. Two inventions, which arc considered
by the English ns the greatest improvements
Df the age, are the fruits of Yankee ingaenui
ty-the mnchine for making the %yeaver's
reed. invented by J. A. Wilkinson, of R. I.,
and the "self-regulator" to the power loom,
invented by A. Stone, of the same State.
!tn in point of ingenuity, we believe noth
ing can exceed the stock mchine..invented
ty GCsen. harvey, of this village, and now
in successful operation in the nantfacture
rf stock franies. Added to this. his mnehine
ihr nnmaufacturing'.serew; his brick ma
line; his combig nparnsitn, and various
rat hers of minor importance. exhibit mechani
r'al skill of the highest order. Wiherever
our. ingenuity and enterprise extend into
freign countries, an evidence anm convic
ion of our gretness pes with them ; and
the noni-recniling rifle of vouti Cochrnn
made lahmod 'or Tur'key exclaim, "If
American boys can do this, wheat can their
mien do ?"-1oughkeepsic 7t legraplh.
Most nrnes have a meaning in the lan
utinne in which they were fir-t iven.
Some't intes, doiuibtleis, tie ieaningi was
npplied arbitarily or withl.Et referenco to
its mttenncmi, but morefefprently expressive
of some charneteristiejof' the permti who
bore it" Thus Clarke, fiont the latin ceri
cus a clerk. was a nune given- to ithose (if
that ofice. Smith is the English transla
t!..4te J. kniin f'4luea generail term.
joined with the pairtictular one expressive of
the employmen-t of tmost artists and ia
chanies. hence the'numerois Smiths inr
the world. 'The English lantiuage is made
iP of' so many other la'nguages that thefde
fition or its proper unmnis are not gener
ally obvious ; bitt in nost native languages
their mening is apparent and simple.
To niaty bibles is appended the defini-.
tion of mnalny Ifelbrew, Greek, and Latin
naTIes. An enhiahuened (ermnan or lint
lander can tell us the .imeaniig of many
of their names, which are somtimees quite
Indicrous ntd not very flattering to -'he
fimnily they designate. -
it mlost' langunges a syllable is affixed
or prefixed to tienn of or ilc son of. Thus
In Iigiihind Seobch, Mr. or 31ne. In
Spanish ex, as Fernindex. In Hebre'w
len. In Dutch Van. In Arnhie, Rben.
In English,-son is- freqtently ailixed: its
Williamsifteleson of Willinin, Stevenson
EXTRACT FROM VIRT.'
Excessive -epith is nei'ther gloiy nor
b-ppiness.---The 'eld wretch nvilo thinks
only, of himisell' ; who draws his hand
within its shell and never puts it out but
for the purpose of lucre and ostentation,
who lxks upoitin his fellow creatures not
only without syipaity, but with arro
gaice and insolence', its if they were made
to lie his"vassatls, and he was itade their
lord; as if tiey were4 fir no other pur
lise thtan to Ipamper his avarice, or to
contribute to his agrendizemetg; such a
man amy be rich, hut trust mue, that lhe
enn never, be .bnppy, nor virtuous, nor
Creat. 'I'here isain ihrtyne a golen mean,
which is the appropriate region of virtue
and intehligenice. Be eotent with thai, and
it thfe hern of plenty overflow, let its
dropimgs of honey iin the wilderne,ss, be to
cheer the way worn lillgrimn. I wish you
iideed lo be 'ingcdshed;;,but wecalth is
not essential to d.,tinction. Look at the il
liustriousi'patriots, philosophers, atnd-pjhtiltan.
thropists, w~ho in various ages hiave bles
cel the world: was it their wea~~lth that
miade themn gre'nt 1 where was the wenth
oef Aristides, of Socrates, of Plato, of E
ptaminnndas, of Fatbricitus,-of (Cicintnaltuis,
and a countless host upon thew rc'lls ohf (nme !
Their wealth was in thteir meitud and henrt
-,nThese are the -treaisures by which they
heave been, immortullized,..andh such- alone
are treasures that are ivorth a serious
The Tide stard.-Ahut the midd e of'
last Oct. the watters of the Elbe, ait IHam-i
tierg, were obhservedl t r'ematin statiouis foe'
welve hours, .ase if' the mtooni had logtlier
lufluence over the sea, or ats if the wajers hadl
orgottoil to rse an~d frill. Ships at anc~hor
"hich turn and chance their potsitria neirh
nig to the position of the tide, remnained air
hny mnotonler~s, A siin-r phenaomienoni wn'
>btserved oct All Saeint da~y. in 1775, ai thi.
imeof'the mcmornbule eathquake at Lisbton.
.Shooting stars are.thouent by tihe genera.'
ity f Mahoftedauns to bet lithetnineg wi hileb
. ~ed by angel natchers at thiose' demons,
vl6annronch too nm~~ itm-o . ga-e opr.
-.- - - 1QUETTE
A little work has just- bead published itn
Glasgoe0tit led h'e 'Science of Etiquette,'
which8furhi e4fsummary of laws ofrgod i
breeding, 'condeused into a small compass.
and calculatedl to promnot. the gteneral com
fort and -welfare fi society.- The following
are n few of the mnxints:
" True poltetees consists in apearing
-easy and natural, not fbreed -and a Iiected.
- "Ifupon the entrance of-a visitor you
continue a subject begun before, you slheulh
always ex plaitr the subject to the new coner
"Never commend a lady's musical skill
to another lady who herself plavs.
" Do not allow your love for'one woman
prevent your paying attentionto others.
The object of your love is the only one who
ought to perceive it. -
* Avoid all proverbs and cant phrases in
'.Ir you meet a lady ofyoor aequaintanco
in the street, it is het part to notice you first,
unless, indeed, You are very intimate. The
reason is. .f you bow to a lady first, who
may not choose to acknowledge you and
there is no remedy; but ifshe bow to-you
you, as a gentenan,'cannot cut her.
"Nevr nod to' n lady in the street
neither be satisfied with touching your hat,
but take it of; it is a courtesy her sex de
" Do not insist on pulling off'your glove,
on a very hot day, when you shake hands
with a lGdy. If it be ql why all very well;
but it is better to run the risk of being con
side(red unigallant, than to present a claminy
"if you meet a friend in the street,; in a
colee lihouse. siop, or indeed any public
place, never address him by natne, at Iieast
tnt wo loudly as that others tay hear it.
Sensitive people do not like to be "shown
tip" to strangers.ns "Mr. Jones," or "
Smith," and so attract disagreeable notice
Across your friend quictl3 ; do not rour out
"Alh ! Mr. Smith! how do you do Mr.
Smith.". It i% very offensive, and shows a
great want of proper deliencc."
A Noble Resolution.-A mong of her resolu
taons'yassed at a Lajte mecting of thle Mobilo
riule corps. respectful totlhe worth and imimn
ory f M. J. % let-ter, late liutenant in that
Comp::. was one adopting his only chili
a-benutiful little girl, seven years of aga,
and pledning iheiselves to cherishst pporr
null educate her. Thi< was a noble and
inagnanimits net. and cannmt he extolled in
a tone too high and exalted. The fither was:
a man or hig'h and cuobled feelin, it, a
better friend to others than to h nin dl, anl
left that only-ploedgof hk-lovO to his wi'j. ,
which-the mernhers- of the rifle conpaiy
have adopted as their own. Tisi i abentt
tiful moral upon the character of tur vonnw
population. They now stund to her as t'
father, and they are to cherish, educate and
support her."-Mobile Chron.
A noble Animn.-The largest dog in
Amerien is now exhibiting at 164 Broadway
lIe is oflie Mount St. Bernard breed, and
although only elevent tnonthis old, is in trihm
a noble animal. Mr. Ifannitngton, to whom
he beloigs. has nlso his dam with a litter of
pups at hisrnoms: and these have been
readily disposed of at the price of on. itin
dred dollars for the males and liftv fr the
females. We recotminend to all the'adinirers
of tile moet intelligent ofthe brute creation,
to pay a visit to No. 164 1 roadway.. Y.
'Truth uttered by Acciden.-A clergy
man nitely preached a ranting nonsenisical
sermon to ihe small edification ofa'a nold ladv.
who had been equally a sullerer. "1 don't
low," she answered, "but he is one of the
m1iassionries for the profanation of the Gos-7
pel, and lie seems to be a tmaster in his way."
Tie good soul meant propagation.
Kreosote is one of the wonders of nioderri
chemistry nt) mnterin miediea. Deside. the
tuanny virtues hitherto attritid.tl to it. it i
believed to be a specific in toorbsache,; nnetc
it is kitown to prevemt ink lromt bewmit~ino
monldy or - mustv. It is~n liquid v'- am-Ot
from wood tar; aInd may be obtained at tho
Many men gain a reptitation fhr wisdomi
hby a sententtitus atid sobier gravity. They
are like Pat'sowvl. wvhich h~e chirisu,.'pedr.
rot,' and oilb.redl for sale ; " V hv, 'y, t
the putrchiaser, " he does not talk. * .m,
to be sure, but he keeps a devil of n in~ak.
th biy are fe the' pr et day likeo.
t yc 1.3 t the c ' eenus thier
T~L~ T y serN ; yet Solo
unmz in a v ar n-arnrayed liko
oneC of these.
A new sutanco called spirits of wood
has beetn discoveredl by Damnas na P'i'q,,
of Puaris considered e*Iuni to) :dlehol
hto! or sp)irits of wine, wh.ich it tevemubles,
A coinmmittee itn New .Jersey iAexamstinin.,
a new invention, called the. Spring power
L4oootive.i of iyhht thme .peed i-. tto bit.
fro ,a to 10) sisl.bs pet hOt.,tir- and steatnm
1iInttied withi amn al conidutl(td by the ao-.
iro oh synrtus..
. In adidiction to die present enormous Bnnk..
' enpinT of New York,we hea ftrn thme
A lhapy Di)tly Adlvestiser that there n up.
pications (br new lBapke with an'aggregato
ca pit al ofl $26,6,000~O! ! '
.Five steam boat* imee bi'en loot on thei'~
Mississippii deling thie last geir.