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Fashionable Summer Goods
BRYA N MIN OR,
H AVE just received; a genesral asortment
of Goods fror Gentlemen., ware. of the
latest. and most fashiouablo style. Consisting;
in art- of
adon Cashmere, French and Thibet
French Boinhazin Ganibroons.
Honey Colmb. Strirced, a.d Ribbed Linen
Drillings. for Pnnitaloonis.
London Wrltings, Clallies, Plain-and Fig'd
A comsplee assortment of
GL.ovEs, lostERY, S'oCKS, CRAVATS,
SHIRTS, COLLARS and BosoNs.
Also,agood assortmtent of
With many other articles, too tedions to men
tion. To'which they iiviie their eustoners.
and the pul'ic geerrea ly to call and exanue,
before purchasing elsewhere.
Edlgfie-ld(C 11.. A p166. 1840. d M0.
To 1ercisaa3S, Payeu ass, Pins
ters, and the Public in general.
T HE Sub-cribers are now receiviig. in
addition to their lormoertock. largesty
plies of DRUGS. &'c. Arc, omkinag their as
sortmeit the most complete ever before off, red
for sa!e in tisis marke t. To which they n oild
call the attention of tIhe Physicians. Merchants.
Planters, and all those wio wish to purchase
any thing in their line. Anong the nany ur i
cles of whch their Stock is couposed. are the
OILS.-Spern or Laip Oil, of dia'erent
qualities, Linseed or Point do., Train or 'I an
ner's do.. Neat's lout do.. Castor do.. Sweat do
PA INTS. A ItISIIS. &c.-White Lead.
of dilferenst brands and ginalities. gruiid o oil,
aud is. kegs -if 1lti.t50.b. is .beach.
Dry Wssite Lead. Chriotie Gieen. Chromne Yel
low, Chroie Red. (a beautifil article and a
substitute lo Vermillion. at a soeh less price.)
Ye;low Oehre, Stoue Ochre, Red Lead, Lids
arge, Lamtiblack, Verdigris. dry and ground in
oil, also Blue, Greet. Yellow. Black, and Paints
of all colors, re-nly snixed for use, Spirits Tnir
pentine. Copal Vainish, 16t and 2ud gtalities,
Japan Varish, Black or Leather do
8/U.SIES--Paint Brushes, of all sizes,
Cloth do. (soinething ew and superior,) Hair
do. do.. Tooth. Furmitre. Flesh. Nail, I'hi e
Wash, Blacleisg, Horse, (.ometliing fine,) Tan
ners. Counrer or Dustinag, Crumb. Hearth,
Sh.tving. (avery fine article,) Comb. Sweep
ing. Scensbbintg. and Painsteri' Dus:ing; Bru.,-hes
tosgether with a variety of othwr Brussher used
by Patintetd and others, not heriin mesntionsedl.
*D YE S TUFFas-Amsonsg whtit-h tire S8panishl
Flont Indsgo. Carolinao dos.. hMdder, COippes as.
Lsewoiod. Brazi-wopd, Niewood, Cmusn.d
Auititto. &e. &e. A
DIE1..ICIN ES.-Amiong the maony o fwi ih
are ithe f'aliswing, viz: aiphnate Qininess, Snl.
phiat.- 1 Morlphinie, Acetate M orphitne. Pi lterinte,
St rychsiine, Isidine', lahzteriums, hiydriodtew Pot
ash. Kresiais'e, & c. &. c.
PATENT MEDICINES--Among wl.ich
as'e the folowinsg. viz: H ouick's Panacea. In-.
dists do., dwaisu's das., Smsiths's Atti Mlerensrint
Syrup, or Swaims's cmnqsseror, the liygean
$yrstp, Sp5ohn5's enre for sick Head Achse,
Green's Tonic Mixture, (ns enre for hFever anad
igne..) Also Peter's Pills. Beckwi hi's do.,
Spianns's do.. Cook'sldo., Lie's do. Evan's do..
&c. together with a general assortmen~t of the
most psopular ntostrusi of then day.
A full assortment of' Perfsumery and Soap.,
of the finest qjualities.
A n assortment of Glass Wanre for Phyuicianis'
and Cofe'tioner's use t such as Specie Jars,
and 'Tincture Bottles of diflerentt sizes. GJradst
ated M.easure~s and Funsne!.
Window Glass of variotus sizes, front 6 by P.
to-t0 by 30, all of which they willisell on favors.
bIe terms. HI. It. COOK.& Co.
Hambutrg, Oct 3,1839 tfat
Statte of Suth II(ololinal.
T OLLED hsefesre mei, ly Jacs'b Green oh
said District, ass estrvy Isorse, of thie l
lowing desripstion. viz: hi1.ht coloired bay. a
biout thirteen hsands hsiph.s three yearts o.d. ns
star in his roreheasd, both hind fe,-t white, a .atr
on his no'e below lei right eye. with slight
msarks ofgear A ppraised by Johna MclManess.
Druryv Phenir, and .Jasme Fahkuner, Sent..1to
be-worth forty dollars.
JOldN QtIATTLEBUJM. J. P
Sleepy Csuek, April 27, 1k4D. i.4 iss4it
!InuItr Dote Cotton Seed.
T.HE above Seed een ie had at the Store
or G. L. &E. PENN & Co. en good
ses. Wbrranted gesnuie.
The Hamburg Journal,
A st.11-W-EhKLY PAP ER,
Deroted to f'oreip .and Dumastic. News. ThA.
Afarkes, LiteMhure, Scnc, Ire.
YAR BOOUGHI &MULL.Y, -
dtters and Publishers.
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ung sunportiure of laubuirg its a conemer
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ishsih.e.t o smeh a News iuper as the.Publisheis
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L.e saine populamon in the 1enion, filnd Certami
ly numne where mo large anl amonut of busilniess
Is tranwacted. is withuit such a vehicle- 'of trade
aumteigei.ce. Lvery eri, nill be.nad.- to
resider tica Jumni l e.trarrly aecceptable to the.
lberdi us4.enerprising c.nmounmy for whozet
patrunage it presents itself. l'.olitical 1icts will.
Ie gntu to tue public as iatter of* news; lat
lo.sacul $fpeculhaiOns, with their train of soph
istry, tmiisiepresenta ion, slunider undt abuse.
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ohnce.thron;hout t..e Sonth tnd Sith West,
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tiet bmiarue.s iiien of these sections of: umr gient
f. one.try. nucl n% u shalt look wit.m cordlitence for
p.nat.ge at t;meir iands. We ahle etineavuor
to find at pJ.tnce iit our ciitmuis f'or ei ety thing
of' inoterstn to the husmess clusse-uf the peop e
and the communnity generaliy; at d, in .iaer ,
neo expense or labut shall be spared to rea.der
the Jioural a truly ramable:m1per, and in eveimy
way w.i Ily of the liv'or and bpliprt we now
solici for it.
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good type. ou.beatitim while paper. of' in ex
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Jamnurg, S. C., April 7, P40. II
Vegetable Life Medicines.
''"1E E e I''i'i"'s "re ine" ted r
T heir uname tit their nimmifesm und sen'
sible action itt purifyin the sprit gs ami
chaninels of lile, amd endning s-in wil h
renewedmile t ield mieuir. t in i nv him
dred cermihied aees whieb leave hee'n nm.le
pmubli, mitel in (-icin ery 1pecif's ef dlisc
ea-e i n hieh the human franm.e is linle.
lee impel'fi-ets ,l MO FFATS t, I F .
PILLb ANI) 'Lm.IX 1.l''EIS
iaive leeni iruteflIily tiud phlicly ne
knmw ledgedl by the' iee rnim Ie tiefittedima
wlim were eeirvimi-ly ine4iiquaintied with
the beati.ti y phliilimiilliien i run-ii'les
uimn wh-ich tie y are emmtilumiecl, amd
11p11n whichs 1hf.v c-SOsenewly net.
Ti- LI E MEDIC INEi recmttm end
thetimselve<- in dli<easus of ever% i-t .fe & elm
-(eripition. T'hemir first opermainm mi. tie lomose'n
refill tie ramf the stonmeh .inid howels,
lie varions imptritiem and c'ruilies con.
sit y semiling armind tmei-ti. anl lto re
momeve the hardt ntedl lieres n tieh collect iii
ie cotinvoition. f the simall testine'.
Other eiiiimins soely ItmiaHly cleause
tihiee :not leave 'uch icillecd imas-es
behiminel ti- to irwelimee hahitual comtivenes,,
,visi nIl itq trime of' evil, ir suiden diarr
hena, with Its imminent dlanger-. This
fie is well kinl)%% it to all re-giular am tu
miist, who examine the human howel%
after deati; ind tence the porejudice. (of
ihesae well iiirtted men altninsil ginek
mmedicinmes-tor tlelicines prepatred mid
hernled in le e pliblie Iy iaimnernmmt peraiis.
The secom efrect f tie' Lie Meffiethes i<
to cieamuee the kidneym amd the bladder.
inui bey this emeais. the l ernud tme Img..
he healthfil tiitm eime enitirelv de
pendls mipemi the regt!nrimy ef ihe mrimmnr
!irvenn< The bloiovd. which, take,& it" red
clir f-r. tIme heey o. me liv el'-?nd life
lings bie'fere i- pes intm time heeri. I eingr
thusim puerifiedi by them, andi inumrishedi 6i
f'mii cmotminmg f'roiml aeenm tiistnele. coumr
ses frmiely throeemhi tin vei'esa, renewuts every'
pa~rt cii-ethe synett aund- triummpiantly
umuesmi the.4nmiimer ofl lie.tfih icn thme hiim
Mleat'is .Ve'teable Life Niedicinmes haeve
beetn thonrouttly te'stce. Hilt proemnitnneed ae
sereeignt remmedy fer Dyspepmsin, lstn
le'ney, Pnmip'ftation of time Iienmrt. Leic-. oef
.A pepeie. I lentrihtrnm uted Hendnhil. Restt.
Ies.ne.s.Ill tietm leer, A rttierv, Ismsutir titi
~h'me iehly, Cistivenes, U~~iinrrhe, Cheel'
e'rn, F.'eem of' aell kimnd.-, Rhietimaiism
inve: rate Sicre .beolimic Erupjtisx ami
B ai (Coem plexionsm. Erne ptive 'emrpla.intts.
Saiiow, Clndvcl. aend oilier disatgreenklle
Coemmpiexionsi, Stnit R hetn, Erysipiels,
Ceommmont Ciehis aendl infleuenzn.nmnd vanrin...
othter coirimlint wh'ich' ne(Ilict ihe hmanme
f'ratme. inm Fm~m'm.a aend AGUiE, patrticulear.
lv, the Life Mediintc~ ehve bmeeni nmet
euminetily sucesm'feel - s mnehaI .ac. tiha t fn
the Fever andic A4tne dlistrieia. Phmysicians
almiosxt univauersamlly prescribee thmett.
All thaet M'r. M1cffa reqeuires eef Is pai
ents~ i' ten lee pamrtiutlatr inc taiking~ tuh Lif'e
MedicLines smrictiy mee'nrdingm toe time diree
iien<. it i~ nnrt ley a news'paper unmc ce, or
icy manythinghn hiem!e hatiself' matiy say ini
'heir faivir, ihamt he heopes to enein credli.
it is alcene by theL resuelts of a f'air trial.
MOFF'A'S ME~DICAL MtANUAL;
diesained mm's a diumemtic guide teo bt-enth.
Tisii little patmpi~hiet, edlited iby WV. B3.
Moeliet. :375 Brnea way.- New' Yocrk, hams
beu en ileiblihedl rfr thme tpurposae f.eupiin.
inmg mnmere fumlly M r. Mcli'at''a ihecory of' cie
esses. amre w'ill be fomunl highly iemeresting~
to~ pmeamfl seeking healeh. -1t treta tupcn
prevelen'tt dien-aflIs, ttttd the cmem thmerecf.
Priee, 2I6 ee-for scale by Mr'. MIoffa:'s
ThieseVlmable M~edieines ate fiar sale
hiy C.:A. DOWD.
Edeseld C. H. March:28. 1840. vf 9,
From fie Georgia Constitutiotalist.
Mr. biile, of VcIerlloul, one of tihe high
priests 'of Aholiisouinim, and desigiated in
ie one f thrfe scrifientors uhen victims
will have to bie offered in expiation of the
crimes of. the South. delivered a Speech
in Congess onl holitiont ipetitions. (m-1ing
ithe present sessioln, n hich acertpie d eigh
teen or inenty columns of the National
Iotelligeuer. The conclusion of this
speecl appeared in the Jntelligencer or
tlhe 12th tilt., iu which Mr. Side elefinies
his poosition." We cll the serious atten
tion or the S uthern reader to the follow
ing extract front the defiuition of his posi
" The decided ground I have taken on
the sulbjeet of nsavery, may heave led sote
to donuit whether I should tot abandontl
my political assuciates, and withiuld my
sport fron their calidate forr the Pres
iticy. I take this o.-caion to suy that
njoting encat he lirtier from iffy intention
iln. this. liefure the meceeting of t-he
Hiarrisburg Cnvention, I publicly ex-.
pressei Diy dete tmjinntion it Support the
nomctcince of tla-it Convention. whoever he
miglht he of th Whig eanndeidatet alen be
fine the counetry. And I ami, happy to
say tihci at selectioni has bee mande of tine
wtou, tit his firm support of eennite Den
occratic Whig priteiples. adais personal
qoialcies which. very tneuha enlear him tia
me, a i greatly heighten the eiim which
his principles ive himn to my confidence
lear in) mrincd, cicizenq of the Souith,
what Iii high priest of nlhtlitionism savb:
;That Gen. Harriso' adds to genuine
Democratic Whig principles. personal
q.u.lifies which twry much endear him to
me. and geatly hkiekten the claim which
his. political principles give him to my con
/idrance und support."
The lulluow iag is another extracf':
"If . am asked what are Gen. I-rri
Icl's present views on cite siihject of nio
iian. my reply is, hart I do ra knaow. I
lo know, ionever, that they cannot he
worae than claose oh his competitor; and I
!0am niillinag t assume for the present pur
Iaose, that they are na better-witl. how
ever, this dilerenie, 'ouching his iown
ouirse, that e 1un11111i at t, las i trist. en
boa) it iis first offi-inl mti ns pledge. in
advanc, tat ev would exercise th veto
i tou er, ethcer etpcon thi., or any ther she
iiC zaalject- I ihik ie nill Iave the de
C'aeo) to u nit lir the lerper ocasion,. am
ahce.c lmestly a:d imelligently deliberate
apon 'le e.xerei,e ('' :he lamer, in nioa
'ashe tlalu, taey ie presentel to him. if '
% ere a outhern mant, I nmould sparn any
prali'er ofr sid tt esinitn slavery matte far
mere politiael efrect. mnd in flv.rant dis
reacrul d osaind piiriple, ts well cia of
ite prsprieties of tie high station of Chiel
Magi,trate of* a te ceatry. I s1a1hould d-et
hie inierest I desire Ito p'rotect, safe in such
Aiuaced, citizens (f the Soth, nae or the
reasais niI-y thi s labhaiinist support
(Get. Hurrisot. 'ee Geterael hmcas giveca
n1O plelge ice salvaunce, mite ill give atone (;
ie will not have le inde-ency lta 1e. 1s
M r. Va i curen did. Itn somoe' lot her paerts
of tie denitiion of his posaition, ie dce
clares, tha - abolition is eminently a mor
al and re lIgious entesprise." cnd thuit -the
io'rk of bolition is uit begut in this coun
lry." Mark thfj4 'itizens tof lee South:
-ite work fir liitiion is hu egaun i a his
b.rtructfrom tbe Spe-ch of Mr. BvY.-n.
of North Carolind. on the. Re.,olution of
Mr. Tihom pann. of South Caroliiin, on
the Suslject of ablustition.
As tt Gienernai Hsarriscan, in wrhose con-i
chlet italnedhinc amy remacarka, I nly intten
led tat have referred t thce fthicowing~ f'tyte,
to prcevesti c uvcaf'irtt cataes air treatih aned
history fc.r pciii'h-en el~eet, whlich I have
<een puihe dce cad ic yet withonatc cantrn-.
dlict. let thme Sennite car tice U. Scetes.
.ashn Rmral1ido lo Raunke thtus spocks of
Gent. H cerrisuon:
Ncow. 'air, the only diference he ween
che getletmnt from Ohic anal cmyselfi is tii
-tua ii is viacnl: thcat geient' citd cmv.
.elf dtfir fur'ahttmermtff netl roaalcly. niid
dliid differ wihen we firsta tosok attir seatts ina
Coanszress- he as a D~elegate fromac thei Ter
ritaory Naorelanest aof cthe river Ohio. I asia
aaembeaar aef 'he c:ii-r Haata~e, fannr the
Saete ofl Virginia. Hea wias art aipert, zenci
aathncefank 'upijntn rfthe sedit tin iw andacc
lhinek cvrekmte Adainiaistrctiont; camif I ws
as zencii n rank, and uqpen setjanapp ena air
lhiaek rocadme and seatition luaw Adinis.
erchciion. 'e' cilier funadamentcally anh to.
ctly -ate never agree ablomt fteasures oar
cihoeet mnen-l dia tnot en a dirainue tco
the entiecmen-let us agree to differ a.
gentlemen aanght c anldo, espiecially nativesc
'ifrhiesnmtae time. wvho are antipodes tnt
each ather hi prditie.- lie, I neknowia I
edcge, jniet nme? te zenitfr tam- I tihe naahr;
unci uinles< there is snething raise in rthe
pheilosophaiy or te se-hnoids, in the couarse air
cime event these will einttrze thceir plaees.
To wiacht Gen. Hairrison replied. canda
nektnowledlgeda hi'. suppiort of the Adamincis
arcadnca of the elder Aildamas ihus
hIe has been piecased to ay, ebset ttmder
h t eamintittacctiotnof M4r. Aadamc, I wa's a
Fedleraliisi, cand ithecatmes to thace cocncl-.
inntfrom the catusse p~ursed by me ice the
sess'iont af 1799-1800).
Tihe gentemcaan hcad no mears of know
ing miy politiecai priniplhei tunless lhe a h.
tiined theine priviate conversation. As
I wats onf terms of intiaancey with he gn
clema, it is very probable that the might
have beard me ewpries santiments fhaorc,
ble to the thetn Admicnistr-ation. I certainiiu
'elt them &e.
t0 an siddress to the people or Ohio, he
I hove buS, fellaw.uitizene,. endeavored
to expliai tit you the princijiles uspont whieh
nitlr UJiion is firia-d. I R11CU.3I END
TO YOU, HOWEV ER. THE PROU'
LAMA lION OF THE PRlESIDENT
OF'TH:E UNITED STATES;- IS
SUED ON'THE TENTII OF 1C.
LAST;AND TIHE SPE.CHES OF
MR. WKBSTER DELIVERED IN
THP3.SENATE OF THE UNITED
STATES ATTH E LAST SESSION
OF CONGRESS. IN ANSWER TO
THE ARGUMENTS OF AIR. CAL
HOUN, AS CONTAINING THE
MOST ELOQUENT & SATISFAC
TORY EXPOsITION OF THOSE
PRINCIPLES THAT HAVE RE
CENTLY BEEN PUBLISHED. BY
ISSUING TIIA'I PROCLAMATION.
I THINKGENERAL JACKSON HAS
R.ENDERED A SERVICE TO- HIS
COUNTiRY OF GREATEli MAGNI
TUDIt Tk'AN HIS SPLENDID VIC
To&Y. AT NIW ORLEANS.
114d Qxarters Cincinnati, May 11, 1813
1 have the- hoisor, thronilt you, li re
quesi irPresmidelot r Ierept i~y r -signa.
lien. uriie-appoitilment fit Major Gener
al in tlenparoy, with whiclb lie wnas pieas
ed it) hatior mie. Leat the public service
bliihlskiffer before a successtor caln be
nominted. I .hall contiltifutU act until th
'ilst instant, hy. whicl lile I inipe to be
Having soine renson itn. believe that- the
niost tnnuliciojn insitniian had been made
a:;ninst ige at. Wastshington. it was my, in.
'endion.ts have regnested all inquiry into
mity condue tI'nun: the commienent. (if
mv. cnmatfjil. Further reflection ias,
however, deierminied me to decliie the
applicatioi, because, fron the proud con
seiounsess Df having palpably done mny
dily, I eansit believe thia it is necessary,
eiiler ir tee-saisractim of the Govern
ment r.ihe people, that I should iny so
nuch respect to the:suggesiins of aniulice
In the tenth voluame or Nile's:Regitter,
Ilsalge 125, we read tho lollowin; asi part
rf the proceedings in the United Situte"
Sennte., tio wit:
The Seitie resuio the conisiderationl
ofr the- joint retAInin a uirecting medals too
bei -s rick, and fogether n ith the thanka ol
Cniagre.s, presntemod it) Major Geieral
H.arrison mid Goverour Sidiv. and f*r
oither purliirseed Afer some ftiscuusiun,
.ir. 14a'oiek moeovd toa itifeid lie resilu
io1)n, 'my sftrikipns therefarom-.lajor deneral
llai tim. Thi imion uns dtieriiniied
in ahe atnirmaive, by ilie foillowing vo.t:
Ye-as-Messrs. Gallinnl, GUore, H utiler,
King, Lieek..'inson, ItoabertsTTihmisona3,
'ait,Jiicksonii, Trinimer, uad Virnim,-12
Nnay-A esses. Barber. Barry, Coil
iHirser. ?lserii, Maorrow, Ruggles.
1alhmf, Weils, 11111 Williiiams-10.
What ill te make of this a mut poinh.
ted rebuke of Gen. Hnrrinon? Ili aunte
!ha eliei resaented wilh Shelhy's. A mae
lion wa 4 made- nel cnrriedl to strike to hi.y
name out. Caitial disrespect have heeni
iun;re saitrly marked! Was iunt singn
h;rly -in:idious? We nilhilot say ililit
Wuts n iastr k of inddible disg rare of H arri
;on as a military man--ht we will give
Gen. Harrison's own opinion ofit. In the
10di vlme if Nilt's Register. on ilie
24th mpnge, is as letter liver Gen. Harrismi'
o1win s'i-alurte, dahed .ity 16, INsil, froml
whtich the fuielbmwingr is in'exrnet:
''.A vote or th- Senate oif the United
Sfttaes has attached to my nazne- disg'irce
whicl I ttea convincel nio time or eaf-orta
air ineia will e-ver he. alei Ia eflfiee. TIheir
'eaisure in ianeed neiv.it~e, huti it is not1 0n
'hut ner'oaint the less nevere,"
Now, ".e dto hope ilinm mar poliaie'nI op
pollnn tft neen1sicaie s oft pubhisingij
Genearsal liInrrisoni s a disgraced an, fm.
we' aonly qauoie his own words. Ill ~n, be
inm~ie in, mtimi that Genieral Ilarriaom re
sindhis commtaisin in May, I1814, hav.
ing lhint thMeasiaidaencae ofithe whole armyi.
Let it sarso tie rem-~emiteredI that thig wats
lhe msili glomny pierioda ofr the w~ar,- wheni
she et'onnlry aequairea[ thteservices oif e-erv
man ofi imiliasnry tulhenas and firmnetses. 'fhe
subise-quenmt services air Gnaersal .inecksn
sad thle nuplr'cedent~ed iad brilaant victoiry
aif New Oirlesans, showi~s thai there was
wvork ienonjh. lind tieril r'nmugh, rfir all ian
lproisperl, ye' Generanl liarriaaon retirrd tam
Nornib Bemm. The comnrv gail ataing wiih
emai Iriaservices then iad g-aisead ihe wiar in
;a IritoJ~ ph of glry, and she needs noat his
Thjik aif it, fellw-.e'itizens, the Senate
of the Unitedi Stat-s. d~l id tlajik that Gen.
H arrison, maerriltea a swaorad, or the thiuks
aor Camngress foar his military services.
Defeats.-The Whaigastell us thn Gener
al 1larrini never' Rusinedl n defeat int
hattle'. WVill they tell us of a'single bat.
tle in which lie waes ever engaged ? We
hiave never remal ofaine In thae histaory of ahe.
coiuntrvy. It ia erihr thsat hae aenna show
na scars; ad ifrhe were ae much ofa heram
as they woniad have thie piublic heieve, he
maa: have beeni exceedaagly foriunnnte to
have lnssed anO etirely nasentehead. He
wass tntf engage-4 at Tippmeeaname, noV at
the Rtiver Raisin. ner at Fairt Saevenwiont,
nor sat ifte Thiamea. In ah Ifioe instances,
athers foitghtl while he was safely saa tar in
the rear an to be entirely nti oflfiarm-'s way.
The *ero Orleans Mint .-8101,000 in
halfhamd qarsterteales, halfdIalitrs, diane"
and hialf'dimes, were coined at the New.e
U rlean Mint duribe-the nonth-of March.
-Indians don't know hdw.to drink tisi*
key and be Christian too."-This remarks
ble declaration was recently mattle bty i
covertel -idian of the Wyaftloi tribe.
Rev. James Wheeler, of the Methodlist
Episcopal Church, who is now a missiona
ry among these Indians, states that the
greatest cause of backsliding- Onmorg tifs
people is the temptation set before them
by unprincipled whiskey-sellers, who have
establihamenauts- near the reservation, on
He. fosriermorestates, that. they. not
only present soul-tdestroying poion. before
!hem, btt they use- every- argument to
itndutace the indiaus to drink. The Chris
tians ludintis, he says, mourn over the
desolution which is thus freqtently made.
among i hem, in consequence of some be
ing indluced to yield to the temptation thus
set before ahesi anl itnrn hack to perdition.
Mr. Wheeleroatte- that in conversation
with it Wvandof Indian of the tribe, a
short time since, the batter used the fol
"While man very bad. lie say, 'No
hurt to drink whiskey. Eoins. take little.i
Dom't be fraid, cause yoa Christians.
Vhite folks very good Christlatts-.drink
whiskey. to. Come.'
-le tell umt. No. Mt-av he white folks
utnderstand it better thtn indian. Indian
don't know hoto to drink whiskey and be
What am answer, Worthy a philoso
pher, or a Christist. How many profes
sors have we'in-New Englanl who casn
drink whiskey, rum. wine, &c., and yet
be gmtilChristiaas.in their own estima
Vhose heart does nor bleed at the con
dition of thse poor ahnsed sotis of the.
forest ? Their sittation calls loudly for
the sympathy of the benevolent and. phi
lanthropie. It appenl4, too, in powerful
tones, to the strong arm of the law. The.
govertne ought ta tmake it a high.penal
offience to-sell intoxieating liquors-to the
Por afit of pa7ssion.-Walk out in the
open air. you may speak your mind to
Ihe winds without hurting tnuy one, or
proclaiming yourself to be a simpleton.
For afit ofidleness.-Count the tick
iigs of a clock. Do thi<a fir one hour, and
you will be cind to pull off your coat the
next, and work like a negro.
For aft of extravagance and folly -
Go to tie work hotise, or speak with the
rag:al - and wretched iinmtes ofa jail
-nd you will he ronvinced
Who wukes his bed of brier and tbiton,
1 ust be- conent tu lie forlorn.
For a fit of ambition,-Go into tie
churChyrau and read the- grave stones:
slihey will tell you theenl of ambition.
The grave will soon be your hed chamber,
ih.e earth your pillow, corrupiaon your
father. mia the worm your mother and
For afit of despondency.-Look on the
god thing4 which God has given you in
thi world,'and at thoase which he has
proimiis--d ta his f-ollowere in the next. He
who gnes into his garden ta look for cob
%ehs anl spider-4, no doub will fiud them
while he who looks for a flower, may re
itana into his house with one blooming in
-tm ha bosom.
For all fits ofdoubt, perplexity, and fear
-Whether they reepect the body or the
mtina ; whelier they are a load ta he shoul
ders, the henal. oir the heart, the following
is i radietul eire which may he relied
fia, hr I had it from the Grent'Physiciat:
- Cnst thy burdn om the Lord, he will
,ailt ain thee."-Maine Temp. He.ald.
Hints to Idlers,-Whaen you go into. edi
sair's roomt, be certin to dlrawv a e':N
near his deak !
Ifly .u se haimt writing, be sure to look
ouer' his sholders!!
If hieis enaged selecting copy. he certai'n
tat eniter into a consersation tmath him!
lf you see 1re hastja received the mail
dat sot wait until lie' is looked over the
pnper's, but ask himi "tihad thef are- aLeut
At all Kties, nnd in all places, wherever
you. ay c'hance to see himt, doan's forget
tam ask ii 'tat s the noose?" Anal be
will not fiil ta wishi your sneek in a gatod
From the Charlestont Courie.
Tribuste to M.-chaunic Merit.-We are
shiewn, yesterday, a very hanidsomne silver
cup. p~res--nted bty the heirs of' the estate
oif alas late Isaac Barrett, tom the itidfustriaoui
Mlechaanie, who has erareead a naamber aif
their itre heildling-. The cump bears the
Presa-nted to S. T. Maxey',
By the Estate of' Iane Barrett
In neknYiledgemect of the
Faithful execution ojf his Worke.
No~t Bad-A bill contcernin2 itfermar
riages berwteeu whites ai btlack., being
befotire the Massachusete Legislature e
oif thme tmenrl~ers ratse ad delivered himsell
us foules t
"Mr. Speaker-I stmleo~fe frw fatotr at
this hill, simlr' because I dom noat wish to
see a law ont theo statute hook reguilating a
mere smattef' of' basic: foir sueh I cosieiler to
he: the whltme qtueetiamnofhatrarriagehbe
Iween piersonts oft different coher. It isa pure
ly a swarter otf aste, antd ifrmy fr'ieasd -,-.
Nantucket wishes to marry a &inet bSts,
:orgreaarwif, I am conttattthat bishatula
hays, fudl lib'ety so inidulger hits prefer-ence
fair aeither colar. AG requesr of hit:n is..
-that w'hen I hnppete:pay him a frlenle
visit, at time ibiland, be- will not alt: ine 55
kss hiemmiband asQaieBm
A GooI STon.-A few years sine, slk c
fiad lviNg in on adjacent towu*ad oc
casiOn to trauSitet shine busluess, a;,Can.
ton, and as lie was dif eteellent pedestrii
he detefinined to walk. lie arrived a.
Farmlngton. about 11 o' lock, and etilled
fAr a ludtcheon. The landlord set befoi'r
lim; a mug of cider and sue bread and'
cheese. MI'er despatehing his fregal meagq
he asked the price, and was told it was 29
cents. Our traveller was astonished at
the exordirancy or the demand, and pro.
tested against the pnymentz.
"Why," sail th landilord, "if a man
calls for a dinner lie pays a quarter of a
dollar, and a luncheon is the same."
"Very, good, Mr. Bonifracme," snid tihe,
pedestrian, "I'll pay 'faour bill, btl believe
me when I assure yod that I will requite.
your kindness before many days."
The traveller kfr Canton on the follow;.
iun morning, having the stheme of revenge
well matured. Hei. ate 11o breakfast, but
dratk bitters enough to create a Most
ravenous appetite; and by the tine he
reached ]'armington, U hich was about 1'
u'clock, he was prepared to swallow any..
thing edible. He desiredt the landlord,
whuodid not recognize him, to prepare din.
ner as speedfly a- possible. Boniface told
hint that four of the selectmen were t din.
witlh him that day. and he had accordingly.
served up a ice pir, but as they would ber
unable to eat the whole of him, if he-could
carve. handsomely he mig'il mnake his ulin
ner out of ihe porker. He nothing loath,
sat dOwn. andin the space ofthirty minutes
mananed to strip every bone and- dlevour
the whole pig. He then called i'm the land
lord ad tequested to know how much he
had to pay.
"Twenty-five cents, I 'spoze,' replied
the publicau with a must rueful elonga
tior of Vissage, "but.1 gave four and si.
pence for the pig,"
Piles of. Newpapers.-There are few
who deem it worth while to keep a file of
their newspapers. Those who subscribe;
for them most liberally, rarely preserve:
theM. Thisis wrong. Ira newspaper is
worth taking. it is certainly, worth preser.
viug. A complete file of a newspaper is
far more valuable at the endof a year ahau.
the moneyit costs. Newspaper are. trans.
scripts.oflie history ofthe. tiies; not al.
ways entirely faithful or accurate in all
respects yet even in their ficticious color
ings and party atiribuces, they furnish mat.
ter of interest for future speculation and
reference. As years pass away, these files
will coitinuall3 enhance in value. What.
would the oldest inhabitant of our city now
aive fur - file of newspapers published 60,
or 70 years ago? What more interestinK
legacy can those living bequeaih to their
children, then a file of newspapers of thv
present tine? Admit that much contain
ed in newspapers is trash; still that trash is!
a part of human life: deduct from existence
its trifles and frivolity--hoo little, how ve-.
ry little is left. Every family aught t
keep a file of their newspapers. As chil
dren grow up they will become interested
inl examming them; nail the fund of gener.
al information thus required will be by. no
means inconsiderable. The pains neces. -
sary to preserve them, if attetided to week
ly, would be trifilutg;
A cd Wind jbr Printers.-The medi.
Cal men almost support the New York pa'
pers. Pills Dtoopraud Poultices, Catho.
licods utid PHattceas, including the famous
"Essence of Gridiron," and some oher"
smutty affairs Oil nP whole column, o.
the Guolbartewspapers. Oneehap-heads
hs adfertisement -'integrity," iother'
call& himqelf "a Public fenefactor," and
a thiird is a gradgrate of f'oyty-seven mnedi
cal colleges in Europe. All these- bright
teniuses.have made their fortunes bystudy-.
ing the materia medica. atnatomy, physiol.
ogv, and the phi lose pgof 61Advere.umg.
The last is the mnot'igenioaq.part of' th,
A lNeef ,$as slauzhtered in this place
a-skort time ago, which 1neighed gross,
2.190 lb.. The nett teighmt of the meat
wrhenm dressed, wasn 1420 Ilug.. nia m broughmt
in thme market 8145! his beef was
raised in.Up~son coumnty, by Col. Flewelia,
whither it had been bmught from Ken.
'ucky when a dri7years ago. For a few
day before bettng slaughtered he stood ini
Mr. Lasmer's stable, and' attracted as
much enriosty as the elephant,; giraffe, or
any other monster would have done-'
Macon. (Ga.) Telegraph.
.Natielty of Memberg of dke |ouge of
Representatives of thre United States-Ofi
the two humndred ami thirty-lve membel'
of the House, the fotlowi'ng States give
birth to the number set oppbbmte enth int
the table subjoined: P'en*aylvanhi. 37-.
Virginia,.34: Masskehusetts, 26; N. York
21; Connecticut,, 18; North Carolina, 17;
Sotnhl Caroline 12; Ketnucky, 12; Mary.
aind, 11; Tennessee, II :Georgia, 7;Maine,
*i. New Hasmire, 3: Vetrnin, 5; De'a.
ware, 3; Ohio. 3; Losmisana, 2; R hode Is.
lanud. I; Frela nd,4:Enauad, I.
Eight of' the Unitedl StA'teg havenor the
honor of giving hifth to it Memnbe, of Cam
One of- thij ~atest domflaris w1 %
roan -can enjmytiru this life~. aiies finin as
-inward assuranerofhis own integrity,,an'd
the enuse'iotees of dl'rtg his &uy, and
fmafllng the wishds, injtunetion's and ihieri.
eute of thbase, pr~senf or'Ibasent. uvhomn hb
'loysis He tho iC withe.mt thiqdrothfori
witbent 4irher the hope of a Chiiswigad
tildesettsi-f na Infidel,