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"We will cling so the Pillars of The Tensple e mass Shia, we will Perish amidst $he lulins."
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o7hre friendsi of i. R.
WILLIMS announce him as a canididate for
the Office of Slieriff.
june 15 tf 20
7 The friends of Capt.
J. J. SENT ELL, announce tum as a e-ndadnte
for the otece* of Sheriff. njaich 28 9
? 'The fiends of scar
BOROUGH 'Bti)ADWATER, annoutnce
him as a candidate for the office of Tax Col
lector. march 9 6
07The friends of Sbubel
ATrAWAY, announce him as a andidate l'or
the 05ce of Tax Collector. ol Edgefield Dis
07 The friess. of Capt.
W. L. COLEMAN. annotLnce Wll as a
candidate for Ordinary of Li.etield Dis
trict. Jau 19 if 51
. The &friendsof Win. J.
iM 8, Esq.. anntutce lsmn as a candidate
for the office of0Wdinary,of Edgefield District.
September 2. tf 31
The friends of Colonel J.
HILL. announce him asa candidate for the of
Ordinary, of Edgefield District.
- d8, sanoonobhin as a candidate
for theomife of Ordinary of Edgfeld Dis
AUGUSTA EXClIANIE TA ULE.
'agusta Insurance and B4a1g Co. Iar.
Bank of Augusta.
Branch State of Georg ia at Auig usta,
Agency i-iuk ol lrua is k,
Branch Georgsa ital Roa.d,
Bank of St. Mary's,
Bank of Milledgevalle par a j disc.
Bank of the St. of Geo. at Sav. par a j -
lranches of ditto par a i -
Agency of ditto, at Greensboro' par a j
Bank of Brunswick. par a -
Commercial Bank. at Macon. piar a -a
Geo. R, R. & Bkg. Co. Athene. par a -.
Marine & Fire lux. Banik, Say. par a "
Branch ofdioi, at Macos.. par 2 -
Planters' Bank. Savannah, par a
Ruckersville Bankin;: Comp'y. liar a
Pbwix Bank of Columbu,. 5 a 10 "
Ocanaulgee Bank, 3 a 5
Central Baik of Georgia. 22 a - -
Central R. R. & Bkg, Co. Sav. 4 a t;
Ins. Bk. of Columbus. at 3lascun, 2 a 5 -
Exchange Bank, Brunswick. - a
Ala a Notes. 20a t"
Charleston Banks, par.
Banak of Camden.,
Bank of Georgetown. -
Morchants', at Cheraw, -
B~ ank of Hambhurg,
N. Sale er Usirertain.
Bank of Darien assd Branche,.
Bank of Columlsus.
Chantaboochsee R Raat & B.anakin~ comnpanyv.
Monroe IL. Rnadi & Biankosg Comsspaunv.
Planters' and Mochansica' Banak. Cisussabus
Western Bank of Georgia, at RItne.
Banik of Ilawkinaville.
On New York, a 1 prems.
Chrleston, a j "
Savannah, par a idis-c
Philadelphia, a I prew.
Lesingtoss.Ky. par a I -
Dr. JOHN G. WELLIAW4
IsE8 is prol a.asnal a rtsce. t~ list
etizes oi Edsgelield vilia;:e aidiadjacens
coutr', and can he 'ossnd. I.-, c..isng tat S. F.
Goode s: dwelling, at all times(i.
Nov.2 iI* 4,,
In Bankrup Iry.
T H E Suinscraber hsa.s esn. byi~ie Judge oa
Sthe District Csourt foir Sosutha Caruha
* Distict. appoia.ted Coanunissionesrihr PAIgeli,--d
Di-etrict. pursuant te. the prssvisi.ons sof the Act
ofCongress maude. and nosw inn force,. eonccrs
ing Basskrupts. Thnerefoire. any persona wesb.
isng to avail hian'elf ofsaidi Aet, waell lease c-all
usgossthe underigned. at Hlasasturg, S C.. wls
watiprepere all the papers nsecessary to a ista
discharge, oan as liberal terusasa ansy sther pser
son, having procured all thne Rulleisand Blanak
of said Court regneared,&~ c.
E hamhurg. June 27th 1-42 tf f
-Blrouchi ko the JEs
Ft thi. sitrict. a nseares usanm whos says hi
~Jnamae as Joseph. and that Ihe betongs i
4Johna Paltsersnn. of .llackies Island, S C.,
4 ght comsplexioan.large whiskers froms sear a
ear5 feet 6 inese hi-il.
Thne owner s requested to c-ome fosrward
proveparoperty pa chares and taske hnim away
C. .UGOD1A'N, s. x. ii.
- an. Ti, NIe?. Pr 49
THE U. S. DISTRICT COURT.
DiaTRCT or SOUTu CArOL.*A
N tls matter of LeAie maiyth. a B akp
Purasant to an ordet (of the it.arict ('eil
ul the United Stut. .lr tih Dipts ies .1 Solt
Carolina. Notice is here t# v v In, t. iat inms I
shewn besere ti said t'ori at ii: 1- d--r:
Court louse an cliarles:enm. mao. the imard day a
December text, at. leven o'eclok. A 1. ni
the said Leslie Smyth smuld nmot receive- hi
Discharge and Ce'tificate a. a Bankriopat.
Charleston. 5th day at September. I-42.
If. Y. GRiAY. Cle-k.
Se-ptr 14 12t :X3
'Ti-. ;. S. i ISTRICT COil 1'.
DISTaRI'T 4,F :-4ecrII CAR4,eAt.ir
EN B.\A K I LT P *V.
N tme unaur ol' Joiuhts husw. Pilautr:
dog in Abbeville Ustrict. 8m.n:6 ( ..s a.
Pursmunt too ni Order (of tihe I i-trict ('..,it
of the United States. tmr the iMtriet of sint
Carolitan. Notice is hieseby gtiveni. timat call,. I
ishewnm before the said Court. at the Fedra
Court House in Charlestmn. oni the twesnts
eighth day of January nwxt. at eies.. e o doisc1
A. .\., why tie ssmtd John lin3ssell. Amio
not reteive his Uischarge almd Certiicuate as
Charleston. 29th day of ctiober te.
I. Y. URAV Clerk.
Noirr.9 1. -t
The .ew Cash Siore
IS en it tie eiw% bir! litiaddmm ;,. cut
nier r.\iatketmai Cttr4-jtrtm i. m a di
to SWer C (riapon wierAeIs ar, Io .m - uI,#
a spleidul assrtnwn-at 4,f f.asholnmabh-lm
AMERICAN. FRENI l1 & :NWLASI
which will be affieaed at n--um i .un% imt
In our stock man te- foimieverlsi .. atil
ofgoua for L.diie lrems. viz: i:,:naaed (lrm-am
cloths.striped iental-, Clor idd L.ni-a i-.
howard de Laines. lack. Blue. and collore,
Silks; limombazies. .\arrins Lmen. l.a anm
amil table Covers ; FanaimL. Kmntucka Jean.
Sati4tinItts. Blamkets. Negro cloths. A lar;:
.-airtmest ufsajwis. mm :73. Cemts ts $
iflimnneh frona 25 ceiss I-- $c7 ; snd im shmr
everv useful aud oriamnial airt.cle itm the Wr
InI caonmnexio, with the sare. Avi:i he keput
Merchant Tailor Shop,
('ntrance through the Sinre m d..e h. -
intendence of \Mr R
Where trill be kept a g
Claut. plain send figured I
C2erAs. Cessimeae. and
sminsp wbere custome -
or select the materials -
Imade in ti latest rasil
25 per cent ters than .... -
Wl3. KETCmliA.1i & Cu.
Ilemburg. Oct. 29. le42. 9t 40
Mardaware A V ufllry.
' i.: naania bers havejtm receivedd;rec
fronm the uanifactiurers it, Eng-inaeid. nim
tie Nothern State-. a n- anmJ wdl z
auttedi stocL f
Hardware &: ('utIcry,
purchased ciitly for caii; which they (4',
ftr sile. on rem.as:.ble tersm. at their ,tr.. i
the hbrick buddim;:. coruer ot Centre :antd M.iet
cer-tx.. e osm-i:: of
Euh.h. a-ede. and Anwrican iRON
4im da dd .-tea.
Ilollow Wareo all Lies
liU 0 .d and 11moom Iroi:.
Coilinss' Axe-,. Adze-. Chi..iw. and Gwuges.
Mill tromms. a mit numrmaeit.
Au' mis.Vemres.Smitie'.illo-'i.& Ianne
ltirse $hs and 1 ier-e ShIe Nails
Tabile Knite- & For.-j* i'en A. Poacket Eme:a.
.\ldi anal Cr.A cut ,an %.
fie-llnan Tent a:sw.
LAcis. Iitice-. .
..Shee and ir Ti m. i .. e
iiheet and t 1.c'aa e.s lma~. sa
mEa..pan;.nd oth'mi ter a n. lbt hles inte s b a Eit
the lind cooups".e n'm.imud ie lua rum tedi.tm ua
ti.\Jaiaa)Wulim'eve-i. m b nm
(; 1 P .pe, c cL . J R a:1. eO
ilamvug t .9. I . tct -10
1 T; a mimt amierd tat mb layC u to o m
. . l'amma. i. 7 Trnifth ae n1
~~~%ticCur oue nhe.lut lo.
i! Janar next. sl oramafist rm
Geoi. Popearmm mai ci~.s r lhar i siding . Juds
,.nn 4.rtyfo !vz.a .ua friua Potas for fmi
tm sI sim~e plant~isms;:dm.jut rece ,sied onau ce
J11. L.tRN JEF' mrS.
A LL Ri'.mas W smNalbl p~ers fro Emt:ta f
tak ain::iornt Nmte iim hand.smiven byt itneIs
aE5'eacaa. tii.anwai iw.e mandiJon tim Jone. it
54w hndrm a ndCli ;ifwen~a~ ~m d.llars. duiastm~ Ja
ar in l4ap, and as is ar liac Jaur l13. ax"
prvedl tbemele ot m. mtmian nun warr-m
tome. is i dete medmnota to ay.id ot.
OcAt3.1 4 :'
ottic 4 ecess.
F'rom Blackwoud's Moga::ie.
If' liope Ie dead-why seek to live!
Fe'r what. beefclesi, hlins lifei tom give I
.se. Liie. aid Y1'u1th1. ald ienav. too.
Ih' iope le d- :d-s:iy ! wibat are yon
Love, % ithmit flope ! It canmnot he
IA %'--e l Vi a yon -.
f it ted .:it .* a.aw I3eopair.
*.'w--"'i hope'len. Luv e tim.it. there
n :htt I lope ! Oh. that is not
T 4;e ut t da% b-y day ts rot.
\\i :beei'im - co tfd and p-aamgions dead;
To* womler i't r lite n orld mase tread
IpJonpu iis heutites; anad to gaze
%it. iacarni o% r it- diowt a maze:
Ohl! thiink if tin- be Life! ilan say,
-IWho lime. when hoipme lre. fled away r"
Yoiutlhn ::hout I oipse! An e'ndliies smaight.
Trei it hi li- let thme cold -prin:;'- ii-ht
The lt114m1',ta-he, luau the utunder'.strife.
Yet pvitie nway% a iwear lire.
WhwhtiI older would takn e muk andot died
r neath the ,t eii timeir yuth detied
i ut %%nt -I withl lein th ia i 2t is. ;tre It
To r.il at Youth ful iliel herel".
And 1 eautty, too. nt lent, ltine is gone.
I '. i.-. Ilse rav I. . imch It.mlshomne:m'
A d. seet wtisitt 1111. ti.htuwed ighit.
i:1 lm-I 1,0 tmlk bea w... It mal- it bri;,it.
Nuw % ht Isvai time silkient hair.
l 11 anig-cl l him le Mr.
To: beailung eye ait ;:Lame refi:d
Famt emblatce ul that purer imid
,I. gell m11,41. dut, ynklimg i lteUn.
ioint, hisert the iicher tinta run
Aust! they luw jut seew to be
Bestowed 4t m-ei at .Ml-ery
'Iev ePmak olda a long. Iogoue by.
The poitt to cold Reality.
.A..i wmth a deuilh liken . they say.
-- Oh! % 114l are we when fluope: it away "
L u -i. V. - -
. . .conW.
hier'ohu.e sires mist mourm her lid
tier paituiot ins lauitenit her rate'
.lnst native giniiuA ftde and die.
Beath :ilms the oppre'-as wrathful ire
Nor patriot v eie lee -w sky.
t Tr, fil I the sooutl nillh sacred ti're I
)t lher owi bolotn me'er repi e.
lier genmerotssi, girted mizhty ones!
litit wrete hrci wronim, and tell her v.ocs,
in oiter lind:. 'i;eath ot!r suits,
I Forbid It. i.caven' It mitt int be
I..-[ Peae her dowiy ptIitions4 qpread,
.ad tar acruot tIme br-:asmg set.
Oin i.an t shore her ble-ping sited.
I wee'P ;;. tih thim06! wiho weep'e hi thmr.ii.
-.% rul..eel commtry :" 1iark Lit cry
Opplre-..... b1 1+ alh lto it, 1.411.
Ansd ier redimption draw'thi nigh!
The followim letter from an intelliteint
Sthishman im Liverpoli, written iat
m. 111h, un aildresed ti tle editors of time
Cin( inattati GazetteLv pelaks ti te po)ilt :.a1
it re.:rdth cultatatitn afc itt in idia.
noi the n'cess'aly of ant Aiz'erican Tariff
I)eur .Nr:-V en m 1mhde oilltemn fee'rtmon
iei the. .m ts. I it nas itnducted teo tiik thei
ld effoWhrl. oni th pas m~lt ofC Gointllenlt
nuol im ve a fathurie. I batsed t his cal
.i .in upon heml e dai~i kta I hat1 your skill.
a.::cinery,. f(rility icf e.. chea ptnes cmf
c'iln epu 1ce, andm~ nearnessE tim us. wvomsid
eale yo.u to put dow i::mn) comupetiitin.
.'atnce any re*tut1m home I ha~ve ctmnverted
wtithi a Iriend irmozm Itaiim. whm re-itided for
a lmn::t hite inm tmi'hletmn. tedt ae famiil
i.:r ithi com~tton grmin;;i. nol' wchi is *.ow
Ienma;;~ed 'in it cultuVivton in te Eutt-antd,
fronmsl lats furniaed te e by~i hbnit , 1 tlO
tiaied it was wron:.
iiTe e'xperiment ini Indiam~' wil succeed.
anid the succeem i b o boith rapimd antd
permnanent. T'hi'y will notI inly gruin ihe
'msma pply us besidem with lairgu quantilies of
tiht ramw :nnterial.
Whiat etliet, vou may ask, will this
hm.tv tupo Uilthle Statesa! 'Thte tissam effect
nill be io drive 'mliii-,ut tf time Southt Aimor.
ican omarkets. Thua has lbeeln yOUr gru d.
Yo u drove ut a wny'c fruotm a-underselling
tim withouit ilflcultyv. But iimmin ibey
esmnufacture a eoatre fiiatic (which just
n::. Cth m.arket) cheape~tr thnyoupsi
byc:.nudi, ceoiseq pueli,, you will bhtvo
ain turnm tcm y eld it was a ftai policy on
yn-eyour pamrt whticth ef t r imuufacure's to
estatnd i aguinst tite worid withmut houme
proecetion. Theuy canm do a great dleal;
lmoreC than uimosm peopele; bmut they cannot
Icomipeie withi paniper iabomr or lime ceap
w ork of inudta, ummlesa hetlped by hmo.nedu.
te Thei s'condi ei~eet must be to change the
ecultivation of at lre nutlmbert iof the States
mer e;:aecd in tihe gromwh ol f collton. TFhe
mu richm amlienvialm btmltoms of thet M eissipi
-''muy etnabe' the pelanter there to cuilivate
Icottmt at 41 mr 5 er-'.t. with profit; I sutppmit
t itwii!. flma int G;ergitu ntmd the Camrohmtam
if I amnt an~ sof..,,...; i ano .......d..i.....
Sknow all about this. If I
.the averageverop ill o6
be more than 500 ;.
ill nt be over 00 lbs.
Cotton-growing there will
businest. What these
air hands to. or irt what
play ibeleupital profit
AMconjecture ? hut I Celli,
hey ire. that they will
1W .Iht thrift and energy of
the Y will be need to get
that on which our
legisla an rtopists like Suost to
dae~s~, sp d infiluence on the
uegru governmet had fos.
terqd res. so as t- give
theus yo'u Anscrican
ao as they tmi;l;t
haive alf yuur coiton crtop,
yo YO pe ted wiith ie wforld
Succ uplthe valueof the
! %lave ..- edhuvery for ages.
But t4hi. and.lhe time is now
past Giow1i &z, dlia can mtan
ufacturs. rial so as to drive
you ut! cean market, and
upiply. .w ...so as to meet half
iur Wao no market which
will pay o x prices. The
conseq e at the slave still ie
an act e owners. he . l!
cat himout , 'd therefore. 1
must inlfd alfir. Ti.-.
yol !go, ation, nnd f'iiu
the singlev e
braced the op push forward
the India eat 's doiM14 to
iing ubout apation tof tile
blacks, than uses ltt gethes.
Thsis idei cy of Iur
first ntot ID, e no doubt
It loas indiliofthe Free
Trade party p.r6se your
I rem'i R,
-a9 27, 1825-0.
.. ai Ned,. do
yon suijC ge married!
remat a bachelor. -f you do, you will
be inrvitably ship-wricked on the shoals
of matnimony; you- might as well unde
take to navigate the-Norwegian whirl
pool. Ifyou comehere, you are sure to be
.ucked in. and all the cables in Christen
dom can't bring you up.
If I thouht you ever had the blue de
vils, oIr any other devils, or any thing else
to make you perfectlymiserable. I wou.'l
spend no time in relating my calamities:
but refer you to the worst part of your
own experince. a* a mode of establishing
muine. But you never was miserable, and
never will be; you ar still the same
laughiasi bachelor, eternally on the upper
stide of l''rtune's wheel, while I am pad
alng it the bottom. You are still free as
the birds of heaven, or the dew of the for
est. while I am bound, fettered and cou
fined1 hke a condemned malefactor. Don't
laugh at me. for I won't hear it-dant pre
tend iml pity me. I won't endure that
do 't say a word to me.
I tell you Ned, you would ant know
me. Why, how do yiou think I look since
I ama mairriedlill tell you; mny gay atnd
cheerf ut looks are gone-mny rosy cheeks
are guo-mly fiesth is gone-my healtb
sad spiriti eye gone-my ane ckt-thes are
.,uue-my money is 'oo-al gone, Ned,
e Ccept amy wife-sI lives and will live
wthet, when you ad rare dust and ashes.
lBut what do you thidtltegt for all I've
host! I've got a face as long as your arm,
asp. white, (bating-the yellow, and a shade
uir t wo of brown.) as this pper, I've got
udisouraged-4've got in debt-l 'ye got to
bie at poor miserable devil-I've got-no I
wou's toll you what I've got for a wife in
this sentence. Buit who do you think I
matrried? I'll tell yots eho I thought I
m~arried-a tall, ele ant, and genteel girl,
ubout seveuteen, wth a dark blue eye and
beau tifuil face; her manners easy and
gracefusl; her conlversmi gay and spright~
ly, ans her dispoeition the best ina the
weit d; uncommon fea.ii her person, and
perfectly acquiaintedwith, and competent
iio masnage all the duujesticaffairs of a fam
ily, Industrious an4otended; generous
ina her friendshlip: d fangvor with alacrity
and reenig an inlry with reluctance;
a lover of home, ainmnre anxious tti see
a little circle of wardt hierted friends hap
py arounds her, thaa 1d6c4ah and dazzle
a tnd dissipate her IU an idle heart
lss mob. Ith iE '~? pahle of en
vy, and was sure'.s tedl tattling,
scandal and calumnj, -bieved all this
and much more, a-qmitated to ask
her to be muile. .n i -for once. Ned.
gnslike a Yankeeasna arte, what was
t he reasonl. Yotuseve ee-I must toll
yoau. I ahougtlbrbyojod for me; that
sprecious a piece~onsclain could nev
er be made to unt ewnit such a coarse,
milk- pan-miakinig tfe elya myself
She had so mtasy petffecoonw, and I was
cnsceious of so msfa Its i that I shtud
deur-sd to think how 1itender heart would
tleed, when she tiu4.t how she hat
overratedl my good q~6.I got ovel
this difficulty by ,f jking I mtgh im
*provc: that he example could go very fal
towards making me every thing I shouh
be: and if the wheel had itlought in up -
prize, why should I ni tac it as well a:
After all, you have no idea how muel
I sulered isyself to her. I could uu
speak; I wasso ndch ashamed to ask our
a delicate charming, beautiful girl iso aar
ry one so little worthy ofl her, that I w ia
ready to die with fear and mortification
Sho blushed. hesitated, said she was me
young; so litol acquainted with the work
fthat I said was *) unexpected to her,
(she had been thinking I would play tile
fool for weeks;) and finally, she lived a.
happy at homelshe thought sie wouill
never change her situation. A los, panc
and distrening silence. 1Cm! Ilat I woi'l
g-, on with th-,, it's enough for %o. lu
knoaw that your frieud conducted lhimsell
it a ist driveling manner, and chal-;el
lis merry face into such a hanaging lhok,
as no mnau could own), uuless on the hiih
road to ruin, or determined to be isarrird.
To Ibae done with this part of the 3-1
ry, we were chained together. In three
aceks I fund that instead of tie girl I
thought I marriesl, I had beet yoked to a
dumpy, awkward. vuhiairgirl, abonut twen
ty-live-fler mannea ruide ;tral coarse.
tier disposition sullen and surly. irritable.
implacable, revengeful and unrelentlia.
;.nd rough as the vexcl ocean. N.-*i
gau of her persin. au I ignoraut ',r the
imlost commonau salfjir,; idle, discoutented,
btai.ey, conceied,. obsitate and foolish;
Ilsff-lsu.: with pleas4ure to lihe ranke-t
saIandajl and loulest enuliaav. aii- de--r
mailrd, it all hazards, tu hiuVe isur 4ur.
Now. Ned, profit by ny fully-%%h a.
ever %tall l, neve .do iou glet Man iet -
Is i, -III A cheat-i is like a bundle tif I
tenm inelicines-you mamy read the itip
sing and flattering lable, nal the wonader
(al cores wil inpunit; hat swallow the
prescrition, and it will help vou out of
world for your credulity. ileuvens! when
I think ofall I have endured and nlffered,
and edosider a hat a happy dug I might
hove been, my brain i, ion fire. Peth,at
you will say t hat I Ih..L - -
.. .........an ut n ning a aves.
And thus your resolution, energy uud
Grmnest, would be by little anti little ananai
hilated You have no iahea of the conut
less resources the sex can resort tt, ims ac
quiring and maitmainai, -heir powa r.
Smilev used rsparingaly-ie-ors in profui.ion
-sickness and -aghvs-mad fit,, hsvterie
fit, speechless fits, (these are short.) anad
inneumerable other expedients are resorted
to. What will not a woian hazard wu
have her oun way; wealth, lime, happi
ness, and heaven, she is teady ta risk;
a batever way be said about the slorttie%
of life, it is doubtless a great mercy abai
we dt not have to drag the chain forever
Affectionately, your disconslate friend
Successful Manufaeture ef Cotrn.stia'
Molasses.-Mr. James Vaugnitn. ofI lIen
ry county Tentsessee. has succeeded it
malnufacturing escellent and clear molasse
frotn corobtalks. A letter in the Nashvillh
Banner, in relation to it, says: --1t i!
pranounced by all wto have tasted it fa,
i preferable to that made fron the suga
cane. It has saomewhiat thte uppeairanac
of honey, and the meore you use it, the hert
ter you like it. The miill for grinaditng alhe
stalks is very simplde, costs only six dl1
lars, and can be madec by ay coammot
mechanic who lhas ever once seen at
With this mill, wlihi wlould answer vers
well for an apple mill, and which run!
with twvo horses, ho prodtuced one hun
dred and twenty gallons of juice pmer day
The yield of molasses from the jtuice asi
tiame from the mnill was as one to five. I
planted early. and cut ini August or Sep
tember. Mr. Vaughan thinks about 69 gal
Ions of Molasses from each acre in curl
tmight be obtained, and perhaps motare
The corn which hie used wvas pilanited ve~r
late in June, and a severe frost fell befair
nie Gnished cuttin: it. To this frost, am~
to the fact that the corn had nol suffirieni
time to mature properly, lie attributes hi
failure in making sugar. Mr. Isaac Nair
man, the mechanic who constructed th
mill, and who had been an old sugar plan
e n Georgia, says that he never sawv fi
ner syrup from tho sugar cane or whici
gave greater appearance of graining, an
that at did not grain, mush be altogethie
uwing to the frost, which fell the day li
fore they commenced opieratio~ns. .\i
Vaughan is, however, highly pleased witl
the success of his experimenit so far, hav
ing demonstrated conclusively, that wit
a mill not costing more than six daellan
every farmer in Tonnesscee can mnanul'at
inure his own tmolasses, and that aif a supeI
rior quality. Another year, he hapes:
adds his so;;ar also. -It must he mentiori
ed that the 'refuse juice' which is skit:
med ofI' in tho act of hailing, makses
most excellont beer, and can likeise b
made into excellent vinegar."-Baltimoa
I .Nailpiresbusruoyyap."-The Hellos
l Falls Gazette offers tao give a receipt in fu
for the paper for six mnonihs, tn any an
all who will find out the above punte au
t hn moral it re'tnin,'
F r 'em the Grenville AMeasttaineer.
I Coulntemptible as M4echanics may appkar
in tle estimtaion of a ,re'at Inmany,- it Ri
evident that they are tihe most useful of
the sumsan race. It is, however, to be
admitted that there is much immorality
anong theis. This is too tru-; butather,
are many honorable exceptiost, iauv
Sber. hotest and industrions among. and
i is evideut they are the nobles work of
G.>d. By them the sturdy pines audgonks
which adurn our forests are converted into
homes to dwell in-by them the treasure*
of gold and silver, of brass and iron, hidl in,
lia bowels of the ear h, are explored. re.
fined, moulded, huimered anid p'llxshed
into every variety of shap' that coave
nience ca require or ele;unce conceive.
The plow that turns the soil, ihe painted
huse, the gilded chariot. the beautiful
carpet. lhe splendid soft on ". hich the rich
and Ihe great enes of the earth lell at ease,
and nil hiti arts ofpeace and war. are lib
handi:corks ofhis hands. Withuut a Me
c aic. mian id liv. d without a habita
ftaon andt died wihtou a name, lie needs
one belt'lre he I. bornt. ipro.;tsh every stup
ofhis hfe, and tanosI of all. iII death.
Tie grieast hem-fiscl:ors of our race itn
every a;u hu.e h1--rI .lechauses. Look
at at: humble i .ser, it -ur nation's
history. cond'ucis.: t he a ha.lerbois, tit
ly amnd iartslenly jitO th'e .u0- .s oif i-jim.
er earth, clireiig the prmtd morh
wrath. iaid chnainras t ratny tnh oppres
siu to :lie chiarwm n heel. it. Puil was
.1 temil -akier, tie 6.4% iour of mts Iskinsd-was
a Girpenter; but I iatmenmiol vniv ',- nmor
an~stuance: tt-e' present carin, ilh reca.ry
IaiI. wom;au ud c.slshdJ :bar aa, risel -ince
the f'. Atal. owe their 4ir.I Cre tt , dajgiselg
.MIeduJic l N ti. J %%. 5iOmI the AhilightV
said. "unahe thee aiu A rk if ::Lpi*.er wood"'
-he obeyCI und w ' aM 4aved, M
11Rw 'otato:. lIettcr Thnj4 CwL-ed.
.Mlr. lihses.- A. Ii.; ai furtier, had four
psig ol lite 41111e Ittler, ofcourpe ofthe samine
brL.d, very near of a siye and flesh on the
first day uo IJecenpcr. le then
I wo of tIhe mu t a m ...-A
our, and before
,,amen cawe, Must have perished bv star
vation, had nout the quantity bcen ncrea
zed. i'be reuson is plato, those boiled
passed our of the itptuma suou. *hile the
others contsiued l.ne'jr. S.
NuTE.-To uore is froin a very res
pectable source, aUd we publiahi it Iecause
it coues nell %ouciued. But ne dosubt
the cause. 'I'icre usust have been sine
tther cause haut time ouc uileged by our
currespundent. We are decidedly is ri.
vur of cuohug psotatoes, whens it can he
couvieuenmtly done, aid given warm to
snine.-Edaior Maine Faurmer.
John Q Adams on Temperance.-The
lobuowug paissage occurs iu a recent ad
dress s4 the vuerabk ex IPreusident on the
subject of temnperance
-- Il the ardur of your iceal for moral
refurmis, lorg-t out the rights of persostal
treedum. All ecess is of the nature of
intemperaice. Self-to vernmnt is the
l4Jundatou of all -our pliacal and social
sn61tuious, ansd It is by sei-government
alune that tile laws of temperaince can bo
cniorced. In tue cilort to recoiver your
broe,r (osm tradsing thme pr:rars pais
moid.slstnance wilth te eGareuans cup, allure
iun by isiudmies, rather than repel hisna by
repmuaci. Tch lhim stsil mtore by ex
ample thaby pre' cpt. de-:k not:to re
uohmby legislutive enactmneni, that
sirtue winc lie cun poe only by tbsi
dictates oh Ins own uonacenece, and the
enmergy ullis Uwii wsill. Let Iso tacturd
of purty politics be nmsugled isith the pure
streama from the pDute louhsusu of temtpern
ance. Mlay Alse wstchn.ord of mural re'
form bo the inscripton upons your bsannere,
and umay thu sandard of your spiritual
Iand anuispirtual warfare, in ecorLtwitha
those cong~euaal armies, be borne aloft in
triusmph. mill the cause uf mp~ileranee Lsall
spread, 'comiauersug end to couiluer,' from
Ithe river to tihe ends ul 5 iC carin."'
Propert3 Left to (./atrn.-Property
leJel to chiidrenm is ssin muatdes of in-sman
cos a bone of' contenusou. lim: when it is
not, the prospect of swheing prop~erly al
ways causes the child to depend less on) tis
exertions thant otherwitse, and is in that
way a disadvanita;;e to hunit. It produces
this el'ec t as stron;;ly Ufipit the minds ot'
young womsen as young msens. And in the
case of the yong femsale especially, stan
ding in the way. as it actually, does, ol'
thme formtnion of' a truliy judicious connec
tion for life, atud not1 ibesn its any t especd,
a benefit of she hsighest order, it is, on the
whole rather ass evil than a blessing. But
-iwe have to poinit out to parent, a hetrer
way in which they mnay dispose of iheir
property. It ija to plaice it ins the heads
and hearts of their childrens. T1here it will
truly bless smut only onie of thems, but thme
arace of'inan gtenerally. Is lhere' One rea
Cson that caii be urged against this coursei
e If so, let us hear whmat it is. "We pause
Ifor a reply."
'I Who is w'ise ! lHe that learns froms every
oInte. Wehso iS s pwerfuil ! 1k that governs
his psassions. Who is rich? i e that is cong