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69flWc will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and if It mam fall, we will Perish amids he flnine."- -
E- .D P4 J_-BYD H9'S
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State of South Carolina,
T E OLED hetre mte li .lacob Grcit. liv.
U. -.ig near 1t tnntaiti ( Creek Ch-rch, ellt
irin gray Horse. crintai. size. ahout eight
years old, a ktnt ot the ankle 4f hi- rigit hird
leg, ank!e oft ight foire leg swollen, wiih siotm
appearance of swiety iIn saime.tok r:-bly new ly
sholdiall around. with about a fot tof hw eid oh
his tail white. A ppraIeidtl by John tic 0 ;i's
Wi. C Cle~g and James Mc1anns to bi
worth five dollirs.
J. QU \ITLERI'Ul N, ia::ttrate.i
Nov. 6 . . 4tim 41
State of South '~aroliua,
FDGEFIELD DW-6 R ICT.
W .STLEY mARis.i ing on l:.nt's Croek,
netar 3iller's Brid-pi. tolls beforemne one
Ia'k HORSE, with holh hind feet white, a
black spot under theil tight foot lock, with a
.vhite spot ott eaci si'hlier. ab'int 16 Inindst
iigh. and between ten and twelve years ol.
Apraised at $d5.
WILLY REYNOLDS. Magistrate.
annary 15 . 4tn 5
State o Soulth ( arolina,
J A K. iving tn i iiles South
, tof Calpt. Dysont's Mill, on
Wildtif ttir e irled be.rtrne on- 4t- 3rd
inst.,2 estraynare .luls; boih black ; 3years
old next Spi-ing,- one with a smaill while spot
otn the left side of Face. ahot 1t hands high,
und appraitld at 50 dlhls eai:h.
THiOM.\S NIClOLS. .agistrate.
Jantary 15 tl 51
D R.J. G. WILLI % lS rispeetfully informs
his frietnds and the pttblliC :t large, that
.he has retuoveil his - lice to Mi r]. J. Ib an's
new Tavat n. (tnext door to M r. Joln Ij toi's
Tailor Shops.) where lie cani te fatind at a!l
times, untes-1 professionally engaged-..
lie takes this opp tOrtuziitv Ill return his sin
cere thanksi toall tllist % i l have favorel himt
with their patronage. ani hi lies by a gtrict
atetiin to bo-une-!1. Ili entitle himu to meet
their sttppportl ad contenanuce
Dec.4 if 45
Iferchant 1'ailor %1hoP.
III otlscriber las jut rieeived Iroin
Naut Yrk his FALL SUPPLY ()F
11E'RC1I \NT TAIL111t'S M Dcni
iig ill part of
Sup. Stip. Wool )yed Black Cloth,
S Striped "
Checked Tweed. "1
-Checked and plain Twi ed.; Cloth for Sacks.
Checked SilkVelvet Vestinge,
Sttp. Sup . Black Saiin.
." Btck Gloves,
" Ihoskitt "
" Woollen "t
lacmk and Figtnrid Sairts anid Cravits.
Sutspetnders. Stocks. Collats and Hats. &c
All of inhich het olf1rs iir salte at riaesuiule
prices. anad hegs thos~e niishinig to btuy Clothing
~to give him t a call.
Hie is raep-tred to make Ctnthinag tip itn the
latest style tn int the best imnner. andt flactters
htimself that by~ his lntg expierience am busineass
he will be able to pltase thutset whlo may faivor
hlium with theirtt p-tr-maage.I
Oct. 2 t f 36
Ten DoIlla r. Re ward.
R AN IWAY litom the subsecriber ian the
first diay of August, 1844.' ty inegro
mnt a i- L H N, ekoint 26 yeairs oif nye, very
black, 'veightina aboua t 175 pionds. highit ahott
.5 feet I1 inchtes, lie lads some at'sfl on his
rihmht atrm. tear wn.,. eansed by - re-also
one Ott his nieck. Atny a gt inkitng up
said boy. tand -l.sa.:img him attyl 1l. tlratceive
the above rewardi
raur .~ GEOR~l', BOSWVELL.
Jaurt f 50
Pub icje Cis hLere by
iven to tall [i'lanttIt Im .(tct%n,
which are mmntkt' -:wait orders,"~ tat comei
forward and pauy "y the cost. therw ise I
atm intstructed tot levy.not1 mnake ithe samie.
iTbis .nnttice is itmeu 10 prevent the
acctumltiont til fuirthsr cost.
HI. BOULW AR E. s. E. 0.
Dec. 31 tf 49.
State ofi Soutli 'ar'olinai.
E DG EPI E! D DISTltICT.
TfOLLED htifore tne hy Ltuciant Butler.
Iivmtg tuetr Alllitt hlnzier'sa. 'an .ittle Sat.
ludalm River itt the lDistrict atfure'snid,na hay gold.
itng Horse, fifteent hands hiigh, :aloont iie year<
old, both hitnd feet white. shotd biefoire. bliiid int
ho left eye; tno tter vistbile miarks. Apltrised
at thirty dotllars.
10 D1. D3OUKNIGIH T, Mataistrate.
nee. 1$ 1m4' 47
For the Advertiser.
I sometimes have thecnglit si my loneliest honurs,
Timt lie tie my hee rt like dew on the Ili, %vors,
Or. a ramnah!e I took tne bright afternoon.
Whetn my ieart was as. Iilit as a blosori inl
The :ireen earth was moi.' froim the late fai!en
The breez* fluntered down and blew open the
While a si;:e v. bit: hird to its haveu of rest.
On the wlite win, of, pe:tce. floated olf te theI
I innovered my lead to catch the- scfr lreeze
That scactcred the rails d rops and ,iimplcd the
Far iy tie- him! skv a lnir rainbow nnrolled
Its soft titied piniolns oif purple and gold.
it was bort in in omnctit, yet quick as its birth,
it had stretched Ito the tittermost part olithe
And fI ir as ani igel it floated all free,
Wit a wing oil the earth. aitd a wing on the
Hev calmn was the ocean. how gentle its swoll, 11
li ke -.% im:o's sclot boism a rose and it fell.
Whiile its brigt sairl bgli wivis stealing Ialamth.
Wlicn thccey saw the tCir raiibow broke soli on
No sweet hymn ascentled. no imirmnir of praver,
Yet I i; l that lith sinit oif worsiiip was there;
And low benit mty hcad in dtevoilli and11 lov!,
'Neati the Iform tt tihe angcl that floated athove.
Hlcv wide was lhe sweep col its heantitcl winegsi
cw hiwiiles its eircle. hoiwx raciiinnti it ritigs.
I I !ookedf oi the lIy. 'twas iispended l :ir.
iK I icoked en the cceacn the raintcow was there.
Theis formili a girdle as brilliant aid whole,
As the itoght lit o the raiinbow that circled iiiy
Like tie 'wings or I scraph 'twas calnly un
It bent fron the cloud, and encircled the world.
ialPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS
Agred to ut ite ;ast. session of the SIute
C-o.MtItTTEE' ON T6iE. LUNATIe AqrLUMT.
In hc House of Itc CIsntatircs, Dic.-16. 18-.
The Connuittee ol Ite Lmnalie As.,
lum. en whom ; was referied thc Retsri ill
the Reen'icy if that listitutioni, beg leave
That they have examined tile uein
ments eferred. and fitd that on the fillih
l', Novenber last, tere was in the Iiiils
of ihe itegeency the soim of six hundred
and thirty tlre- dolbers 85 cetis carrieil to
ihe i relit of the I nstiintio. That the
ainonti received ott aec ii of patiims
atiuitt to twelve thosusantid elire huindre'd
anld hfiry-tw.. dollars 10 cents. Thai tIe
siomit of eight thiousand dolhirs, appropria
ated hby the Lcegislatiure ci make an addi
tioinll wing %%as receiveti by thilm. mtuaking
in all ih suili l' *W entv thousadl nine
iidretd.and eighty fi' e dollhrs 95 cet:t-.
Iiai diig the .sear, it s m !;tt le nine
teen i1housand three hundred and flfiy sev
i dollars 6: cents n ere disluirsid li Ole
Botrd of' Rrceicy,leaving a balance i the
ere-li of the Institution of sixiten iundred
andc1 thirt) -eight dollars 53 cents. I till
be seen by this statement ihat thcs vali .
ble aid praismeorthy 1istitutio! lias sup
poried iielf .
Your Cominittee woul further report,
that on 5th of November, eighteen hundred
and 'orty-three, the numher of patients i
the house was seventy. Received since
thait pieriod, twenty-three. makina im all
tImel y three. Ohf t his i uber, -focirteen
have been enred, five hatve died, anid two
rmtoved. l'hiat thetre itiw remain under
treatiment seventy twoe. ofr whom fccriy aire
mialele and t hiirty-'Iwoi leimales, lorty - fve
are paupers' atnd twenty seveni are pay
-Youtr Ctemmiittee find that I he au~i ion
ali w'ing hats bceen made to the buildling,
and thait -the work has been fiai thfully eve
ened ; that it is also in a fine aned Cclacly
tcndi tioni, a nd everCty exertionl appears Icc
be ir-ide, as far as your Comnmiitee cani
discov'er. to odd toc the hauppines' andl comii
fort o.f the inmtates ; that ihey plermi ted to
ml ulge ini -.nel ex reise an id amulltsemen'ts
a.' . will most5 esmnport wvith their bceeit,
atnd find firom thte report ill the Supelrin-.
eiident iliar -acme of fiemailes alcomfpanly
lie M1atrnt tic plai~c of public wrcclshtip). It
will be seeni f'rcn ii m some Rcl~'Iepori , t ham ii
is concside-red imi prtanut to have religious
.exeses in the latniutiont, atnd t hat pious
.m id gnceahmied jgec tleimeci have occ.esionally
olicinjdai .; aend ht fronm .the interest they
seemt to tacke itn the'se matters, and the dhe
cortmi iilh n hiei b cihey condcuct i heinisel1' es~
wonhfie ni rea-. justifyv the belief th ai some
goned wo-uld be atccoml1ished. .
Yoiur Comittiee no culd i heriefore rec
ommencnd t hat itihe Boarud be alit hi.rizedl 1o
exerclse their cdiscre'tion in this mtiatter. and
th at t hc su of i hree Ilundlred dtolbeirs be
paid bcy them out of lth incomte of the Int
stitut i oin.
In the Senate. Dec I8. i844.
The Spl'ciial Ccomititee.to w'hlic'h was
refer red te Repcorl of the President of the
Batnk, utint anse-r teo it cal'l fcir iinfortntionlict
cnceernin~ dlebts of iiocorporiated anod
Manufccrturinlg Comtpaniies, ask leave to
TIhat thtey liav'e had the saimoe niter
consietratijon. anud hatve given thla atten
tin teo tthe idtijer'l, whliesii the' ne'allo.
.roach of thn end of the Sesion. nanh
pressuro orhilier bousiness allonved them,
and have trrived at the f'ollowing e .tu
tufn.-winch is submitted frr the cousiate
ration ol the Senate.,
They live nut had little to extmin.
milintaely all tile Bowaledi Doalit- set forth
in it Exhibit (A), but jiave contined
themselves prinipit.ls to Bloald N., I.
w hicn is due by the Nesbi t Alanoulcturimag
Compan). atnd which seems to he the lat
gest debi due by aoy incorpraited or
Manulacitrinag Conpany, an lairever than
the aggregate astnoint of till the debts duae
by other incorporae Coua.panies. In
cxamining the said txlhil. we iid a
staipeme.n ul fte amatiouit n'aw due bi tie
Nesbit Company, 191i.:98 27.) rt tihich.
however, must be addeid t he interest.f'rom
Citoder. 1841, as tie Repori itsell jnforms
nI that no part1.1 f thi I d lt ha, bfein pail
Agaiin, this dela is ta1l to have been con
Iracted in 1841. n ath iis explanatinit : that
Ihe Conijpa ny, ;us a Coipa ny . contraced
the debi at that lime, but that the mo.nlt!)
had been previotsl% loaned toanindi i-<tnt
mem ber of the- Compainy, fur its ben-il .
during tie administraintit of the former
Presideini aaf tite .ith .
The reinrirks oppi)ogite Bond No 1 % 1!
show thrat this debt is stcor d by at mon
gage ol Work. .tid on- hidred negroes.
amt alsO ly a Judgtb-nt covering ighlty
negroe, more; which priperty, if i:self,
woulh nel be sullicient. Il tlie optuintin of
thr Comminiie tt pay the debt lie .y
lie Comnpany, in coneqeniee if te dif
fitilty It findin ig a pirehaser of tat hind
of property, nit htoighi it nmay te worii
mirinsically the dehi nw due.
Toe Presideir of tt- B-ik aals inwor
med lit Coniiine,. inuat in addit.io'n .1
Ihe s-eCnit-yalready mnl-tioniwed. the B
unad n-lividiufal setnrit . a itii fhe nines iof
indidnials werl- giv- i, bii the inmittee
tl naving ;Iany persoutial knt.atvedge of
their -ilulton, are niot prepared to give an
aopinionff on the subject.
By referring to the Act of 1812, estab
litshin; the Bank it will be liuni that the
Directors are reajuiret "to caill in one tenth
ol each loan in each ) ear," and as we
*are tt aware tof any subseqteti altera
tion of 1his provision, %%e ire 61' opiniaoni
that the law shoul! iave been sictiely com
I'lied with unless the previous conisenti of1
LeWislaitur- had heen btnioed to take some
ither coUirse The coummiee have very
little duubt, hotwever, but, that had all
llplihcttion neen m..t e toi lie Loepgslat-jre,
tle satine indu lge..n'-ce would have been ex
tetted and t.inder the pecultiar e-iumsian
cles of this case. they thank ito btane is to
be utmc-hed to tihe P'tesideaai antd Diree
tors of the Bank. %v iati we take tio cot
stdeiation lie !bnei e i at lits resulted to
the Siate., in the tedia nn tt ,f tile prices of
Iroin. Ca.tigs, Nais. &r., awl %% li-n eve
r% exertion seeis to otve been uset, to
setlre the ulilnitic paymnent of tihe debt.
Believimng that the State does not i-sire tio
ppreei any portion of her citiz. us. and
1aicultarly those 'who are endeavoring 1
de lope tite restources (if' the :aate atia,
itu- cttribute to fie g-tieral go d, the
iotiiice are iol aioti i thai a reastill
ble invl .lence smoulti he oill exteiled to
aihe Stolokiolders of lthe Nsbii Muntilatliu
ling Collp:invy alld] 'that f'urthier imnR
slouild b. givei themli to make paytnieit,
in thi-, int-tier and at tih, iute.. liereafter
to be mentionted, ama tipon their wee'ring
the payment of tite eni.re debt. , lit ie
itisfiteaioi of the P s-itdtl al Diraeors
or ite Bank. To ell'ect the . .jial on
tei plaited, it %%ill be tecessary in t Iih:
conceris ofi lie pim-sent Company should
he wound up. for v:ar-is re:tsons. Vich
the Committee thlink uniecessary to give.
as thtey toi d have tw ipeak of athe ,ita
fion ofindividuals. aml as it is under-tood
the Stockholdlers have no otaberitoi to the
airrtingemaenlt proposed. Iia the eva-tt a
nlew Comnpa-ny is irmed-a thle Comm iitice
ltprs the imtd.lgence tiefort- memitionuti1
be extended 10 i beam upotnt cer aitn condi
i our,, mnore part icularl) . t--I forthi itn the
fuollowing Reoil utouns, wich the.y recorit
meand for the adoption of the Senaate:
Resolved. That the S-nti-- .approvae of
thea determiltiaInoa of thtei Batk it a-afirc'
fairn ompi.tmy, and br ig the trai
steI tt to entianjlun.
JReooluved, Tbhat .-,aiuldi a new Comipany
be foarmetd ii p,~urcas- the- Nesh-t WVorks,
together. withi ahe a pp'i atiances nec.ssary
to etarry ern aIte htninen-. aine Pres-ida-n and
Diretora ofi thte 13. u . equtt-d 10 loait
te satid Comaptany nie amfontat (meahiding
iurest) tnow hue by the Ne.snit 41an Ioac
turing Uiompnany, foirthe te-rmt afta-n ye-ars,
tpon the hallow I ag conadattaans :Pr-oviiled
the Bantk realitzas thae whoale -t i-oit duiae
byv the said Comany. by lie ale of its
prape rty anad its ttter sea-nrait- . Andl
parovited futther, thi at athe tiewt Compatanty,
to) which .he loan as granted, shaill pav, tan
liae first daty eof Jaua iti each y -:ar lfor
five fei rs, the ini eresl oat the -a tlaitit Iioani.
etd.-at the rate of sevent tier -ent. paer a..
atum, anal then p iv tme arincapal andt inate
rest an five equal annutial inavalmnits. Andt
ptraavtded furth-r, tahat ilia said neow Coat
pany shall giva siuca -leturity utas ashal bae
appIrova-d of lay thae Pr-esideam and Direc
tors of the hank.
A Deer Faght - l'ha Jaceksatn iissip
pian sit atets that I woa negro' men-t in H-.Ilmtes
Coianty, whlile 1)1ni utng, eamia n p-tn
awt deaer liackedl together bay the haaar.
To all appieatrancea they had Iteen estain
lead itn ahe tat.-niniu. -andl..id reminedi so
tint l they were daiscaav-eed. In Itiha- a-nan
litte, one had killa-d thle oitter; but .still they
ne re foi. iagether aiti ne ire stepatrated~
with considlerable difficulty. The aie.
groes carried oll' their booty.
We copy the fillowing article from th
Ne" - rk Sun. We *(iihi unncstion to it
T he uotton Planters. -.4 no abk schent
has beeni broehed in iliis cosiin'ry within a
iewv Ofnu Is., having for its objeci a matc
rial reduiion in the culure ofcotton. Th<
Planer's haive been seolicied to look at the
alleg'ed rIet thst in years if-short crop they
have Obtalined as much mnrsey as in years
of prmiuns6i so called i. e. th- increased
pric.-, tri year of short crop, makes- thc
aggreggte value of th.it years produrt equsa
1 to wi t wi gould have bween .ad I e crop
beeln ' large one. in consequence of the
lim prb-e of the article when the article
when the crop'is harge. But they have
o. t butup called upon tof investigte the
rapidl 'increasing prodtiton of eftion ir,
Brititt udia, uor ieve they e-en asked
to reos'iber the anxiety of Enlanl to
IsIilfl Q' u rnt cotto, urowi ng country in
Textst bich counry fhe Ensglish say
msist rein independent under 1he pro
etione [meaning the ditasien] of the
To en'sure the success of she Cotton cul
ure it ldit, anid to stimulati- British
ihe-yi.tn Texas, it i.< desirable that our
Planstert'shIhould cease to monopolise the
cottonlilarkeits of the world. Nav furher
cortos itist advance larcely its price, so as
to: fill bit -porkets or ie British Planters
in Ini.- and by this in: ails elevate them
to thsat so-naimnding positim %vi ich shall
Plnable Vem o oversthrow tIe coson plas
ters of the Usited S:ates in the signal
lseine- i'en to that efleec. Foretsing that
foireiga 'iurialists herm sad been mminly
instrii4n al in broarching- this scheme, and]
bs i 5rowi off sheir Liuarl by fulsime
praise of the domestie instittiious of the
onith .tgtm the sme quarter-onused to
this slikcies of jesuitis -n-the southern
newspaper pren-v, to a miiodleraiv extent, has
advoeasteJ decreased pIodLuctiOns. This in
vita'ionpto Souslier PItier, to cut their
own theats is nsow spreachtng thronghostt
the cot(bn States. England found that
she coiAd not overthrow them by inciting
surville tinsurrection armiong their servants
her ah!lision emissaries hlving been gen
erally inprisoned or susminarily ejected
from tb slave Stases. Tih. failure to e.,
tablisit Great N-ational Bank-also des
tr'yod> '11 hope of the Eiglish Tories be
ing.Aliln oArostrate oar country by anoth
er commercial and mtonemsarX revelsioni.
As a la. resort. therefore osr great staple
%% hies sustains nearly every other branch
of smlustry. is secretly as-ailed. The Lon
itn Tites cries, "oversprod uction" foreigns
journalists in America cry, "over produc
non," anil at last our people very innoent
ly and parrot like re eesils watch word.
This cry being interpreted into plais lan
giage means--Planters in America. cease
proulscing so nutch cotton next year. that
the slaple may advnice and enable the
British planters of india to ibtain highser
prices for their largely increa-sing crops,
aid thus you Reipublicast will pnve the
way for your final overthrow, without niv
ing is Esnlishmen the troble anid expen
Ses of hiring Torrevs, Walkers. Hio;rs,
II islards. or .1iss Vebsters to steal Your
slaves or to incite themi to insurrection."
We sincerely bei ve that these sre the
tilteri-sr ijects sftohose, whi orisiisted the
project (if decreasing she priduictison of our
Cre-t stlaple: antd uitil our plainers ire
able to establi ilsh cot:ton manuflactories
amon ehemselves.(4anl thus becmine real
ly inlepenlent ) we srtt they will go on
id produce as -iuch cottons as they Imay
find prsfitableorcniveniet witlotit regard
to foreign instructons of ay kind.
Wronan's Ternper.-No trait of charac
ter is more valuable its a female Itali the
possessiont of a sweet temper. Ilsoic cast
tnever be masde happy without it. It is
like the floiwers that spring sup ini our path
way, revivinig antd chee-ring us. Let as
mats gs home at night wearied ands worst
biy the ttoils of the dlay, antd hows soit hing
is a word dictated biy a goesd dispsssitions.
It is as susnshisie fallisng utpons his heart.
lie is happy, andI the cares of lire are fir
gostten. A sweet temper has a soothing
insfluetnce over the msindts of sthe whole lfams
Wherse is is found in thse wife atnd moth.
er, yttn smay observe kindsness antd loivs
predominsatinia over the b-asd fielhng of a
natuiral bears, Smtiles. kinad wosds ansd
looks, cha~racterize the childrest, and peace
.ands love hiave their dwellintg there St usy
ien ascquiyre arid regain a sweet temnper.
It is smosre valuabsle than gobsl. it -apti
vas inore thau hieauty, anid to thse close
osf le reinius all its freshness andss lpoi er
3Iotes in the Eye. -The first ting sio be
elonse whlen a spark or mnose gets isi yous
your tuye, is to t'1 idwns the lowe~r par
of * e eye-lid, anid with a handlkerchsief in
vontr other hsand, losw yosur nose v'iilently
at she samte momsent. This wsill fsrsqusett
ly expel she smote wvisout fnthler trouble
A saole will in many eases come out of it.
self, itn a c'up sir glas, fillssd with c!ear cold]
water. Or tike si small pits, and wrap
ping the head in sthe corner osf a stoft cams
Itrie hatndce-rchstef, sweep carefully rsunnel
sthe eve, wisth is. untder Ste lid abtove ant
stelow. This shoulsd lie donei withs a stea
Another way is to take a bristle from ai
'trust, ansd firss: tying she end isogethier will
abit if threasd ss as-to form a loop, sweri
r-ound the' eye with it, so that the Isin) mfa)
ecatch the mnote and hiring it out. A patrti
cle ofC iron and ateel haes. wve know, beer
exsrascted rsms the eye by a magnset.
Itn Buffaloi, a .few slays ago. int sonse
qutenice oif the ice otn the sidewalks, a mat
stirmed. fe~and 'nroke hi~t back.
From the New Orleans Picagunc.
Indian Treaty -We learn fro a the
Ven Boren (Ark) Intelligeneer. that -4
treaty was coocluded at the Agency, in
the Creek Nation. on the 4th inst.. be
i ween Maj. Wim. Armstrong, Gov. .
Butler. Col. Jamuije Logan. hod Thos L
Jute. Comnissioners for ie United States.
on 1hp first part the Creek tribe of Indiatis
oin th ,e nd ptrt and li Spininol tribe
of I ndiantis ion the third prt. This treaty
provides lor the removal of al' Semiole
Indian ,s nowintrmling upon the -lands (of
the Chjerokeesi andr their . concentratinli in
a body..with those scattered thro' the
Creek Nation upon Little River Fork of
the Canadian, in hei Cr--ek country; how
ever, the privileg-, i.; graited to tihose who
wish Io lo So. to ..ettle int any part of the
Creek Country. To the Seiminoles tre
conceded lte i.ihi to orafnize a separate'
commuintinity. so far' as mite mat u nagement of
tbcir ainnuhim es anel own regtutionithe
latter stubject tip thte control of the Creek
Gen.ral Council. This i treniy also pro.
vides thit* the Snuminole Indiais shall r
main i .unimolested possession of their
property. and all trials involving the right
o propertv growitg out of ,ales 6)r trail
sactiots which occ'trred prievious to the
raili:ation of this treaty. bhall be subject
it, the doeision .,f the Pre-ideti of the Uni.
ted States This is an importanut clause
and cov'ers a dloicate tjuiestiin. The Serri
inoles heret efor' oblject'ed to coning under
t'te.Creek Governmetit. lest they night he
molested in their negro piperiy, and were
fearful of ime adinisiration of Creek
laws. All uns tiled questionis ahioniv the
ttl e to negroes itt poissession -if the Seiti
filies, previons tip te ratification of this
treaty. will bei settled by the President
lierward, by the Creek General Conult.il
Tie Seminobls 1re to have a. representa
tion itl proportion to iieir populaiion in the
Ceek General Conncil. The whole ar
rangemuents is similar it the onte inade by
the Choctaws nod Chickasaws.
To the Ciieroikees, our citizens on this
frontier, who were apprehensive of atn In
diatn war growing out of the intrusion of
the Settinoles on the Cherokee lands, and
to lhe Governitent. this is a highly impor
inni treaty. . Even the considera'tion al
lowed these tribes is appropriated to wor
thy objects. and furnishc nn .t videner the
thC coimmltissioners had in view the speci;al
interest ofthe Indians. The sttms allo -
cd the Creeks arIto he appropriated o the
establishment of schouls int the N-?tion; aid
that tt the Seiinoles is to be expended in
agricultural implements, ito be distributed
to them annually. It is stipulated that if
any itdividual ol' the Seiinole tribe refu
ses or declines it remove out of the Cher
okee Nation, within six nntuths after the
raitthation of this treaty he shall not he
allowed nny of the bettelis growing out of
We vere preser.t. at the concluding of
this treaty, and with pleasure to testify.
Silahe friendly, frank aud busin.ess like
manner in which the Chiefs of the tribe.%
conducted the negotiation.
Modern Rducation -" Laraina-larn
ning-larning." is the cry of father* an'
wotier-irmy boy only haldhile "'larning."
what a jenoi in he'd he. In course ye old
lhtls. youtr bouchal wooilt lie a %win among
the gosliis ; kit it isn'' "lrtiug'' half the
wo'rld wantis ; instead of ".iratnin," by
which they tiian cobwebs picked ont of
dead imen's brain,. ifthey would get som,
discipline. thai 's the only educatit I ever
saw. that ever tirought a boy to any good.
What'. thi use of battering a mnni' brains
full of G eek anl Lattin )ot-hlnks. that he
forgets before the .loffs his last round jatck
Iet, to put On his first long tailed blue. if
y'ou dottt't teach htitm the 0O.l Spartano vir'
toe of obedience. hard living, early rising.
tatd them soft of oif c'lassic'k? .Wheres the
use tof ittstrtetin' hii.n in hexameters and
penta "cmers, if yon h-nve him igntorant of
the value of a penny-piece ? What height
of bleihherin' stt udi y is it to bie filli' a
boy's brains with the iwdnom of the an
cients, andt thu-n turn him .nudike an omad
ham to pitck tip his v'ictttils among the
mnodernts -Blackwood's Mazgazine.
A Shocking Storg.-The Milton, N. C.
Chtronfele of the 15th inst .5says :-'Turner
Jtohnson of Oranige was shoekingly mnurde
redl by his i.hungbier. (about 12 vears of
age.) an the night of the 6th inst. Report
says that Johnmsoin went home intoxicated
-fotinnd no one shoit bitt *thi< lit tle girl
threatened toi kill hier if .site did'n kill him
-laid hiimselfsdownt beforne the fire, .vhere -
tpon htis daughter approchedl him, axe in
hand. and. with mone blow, split his skull
ipent ! The Da-'ighter has beeni coimmir.
et to jatil. Thiis horrid deed may excite
thie surprise of some of our readsrns. but
nothing surprises us now-a days.
Free Negroes in Lo uisianta. -T hirteen
free men of color, who camne here on
hoard of vessels fromt the rree States of~thte
Unti.>n, wvere yesterdlav placed in confine.
ment by the Sc'oilatnd Munjcipality police.
in pursuatnec of the aici forbiding free per
son9 of Cotlor to come ;within -the limits of
the St ate. Such an imuperritment interre
rence with our internal lawas as thtatsif
which Massachusetts hats beeni guhity, but
;endisto ing~r.ase vimgilance- en the :ia'rt of
our police in these matters.-N. 0. Pic.
Charles T. Torrey, convicted in the
Baltimore City Coorn of enticing slaves to
ab~scontd. hits been sentenced to six years
amd three months cnnfinenenr in the Pen.
Peculiarities of Literary *,f -Joh.
son used to bite his. uails to the quick. as
intimaition of his dogmatism and erssti
Addison was remarkable! for theirreg
larity of his pulse. but-- his leart "v
behved to ho in the 6 right ptee,- - and'
proper dimensons.7---? - .
Pope was of a frame.so. feeble; that he
was a.ccustomed'to brace himself uji with
stays padded with cotton.: He occasional:
.y lmd143d-time to lace his enemies. - , .
Hume, the bistorian,' usuallv-co'mposed ,
while reclining upon a sofa. fie did .Alt';
seach for fame, but she came to visit hin).
Menage. while sciedeecobvered his head
wih laurels, 'used to coverhis -feet ritb
several pairs of stockings.
Ben Johnson used to sit silent in learned'
company, '.and suck in," as Fuller says,
"not only his isne,. 'but. their several hu
mors." Like Shakspeare, he held the
mirror up to naOure, but chose somqtimes
to look into the glass himself.
Magliabechi, Librarian. to the Grand
Duku uf.Tuseany, and a very letrarne
mail, was fond of peniug spiders, the webs
of which he would not sufler to be m.,
lestel. He seldom left his books, ate,:
drank; and slept aifong itiem. thus imita
ting tile domestic propensities and industry..
of his strange fhvorites.
. Nouseau used to knit face strings wJI49,
in a compatny. of. illerate peiple, for..the
pupose of' cntictaling the uneasinesswhich
their gabblo gave him. He preferred his
lace strings.to their long yarns. . _.
Steele consiantly preached economy to
others, but forgot to practise -it himself.
He was always in. debh, and ouce pulled
the nose of an acquaintance. who hesita.
led to lend him a large' sum of money
Certainly a curious way of obtaining a
-Bloomflield wiote most of his poem, the
-Farmer Boy," with chalk upon q pair..op.
hellows-alwiild insirdment suntil this
tme probably unknown 'to ihe cboiir or:
Aged Mkiiters.-One Of the mnt
heartless and utichristian custom.s of'ibe..
present day, is, to decry or neglect .miig
ters of ie jospel after they have. pasd
the vigor of their age So earnest is the.
veneraL -dasip a --- '
manalner, ihat churches become wetry.of
thoste servants who have sent the bst
years of -life cont ribting to their prosperi
ty. and seek to exchange the -*old and well
tried fdr the young and inexperienced.
The subject. we think, is *eminently deg
serving of a well wiritten essay from socia
Campho' Spirits -There is both conven.
ience and. economy in preparing liquid
camphor yoursel; and no -house should be
without it. 'Buy two ounces ofgum eam
Ihor, and a .pini -and a half of spirits of
wine (alcohol) Break up the camphor,
pick it clean, and put it into a large gliss
bottle or jar-one with-a glass stopper, will
he best-pour on the alcohol; and cork it
closely tyilig a' piece of kid leather over
the top. Next day yon will find the cai
phor entirely dissolved. For present con
venience, tranifer a porion of it to small
bottles or phials. In buying phials, it is
best always to get the short and wide ones
that will stand -themselves.. .To take cam
phor as a remedy for faintness, pour a few
drops in a wineglass of water. stir it a lit.
tie, and drink it. Camphor is excelleta to
sprinkle about a sick room. It is well.to
k.ep in- a second bottle a some-what. dif
ferent preiaration to be used for bathing
the forehead for nervous headache, or-as
-tn embrociation for rehumatic paines.. For'
these: purposes, instead ofdissolvitng--tb
camphor tn alcohol only, pour on -it spirits
of wine andl wniskey mixed in equal pro
.ptortionts. Thus diltuted, it will cause 1ess'
trritat ion -to -the skio
The noblemen of'England.-T he: editork
of the Savinah Republican. who has-been'
traveling through Enl~gland, makes. th'e
following observations in a late- letter td'
that paper: -
"I have visited the House of Commos'
and of Lords. In the Lords, I heard the
Matrqutis oif Clagtricaree, Lord Normandy,
the Duk e of Richmond, Lard" Monteigly,
Lord Radnor. thd Earl of Ripon,- and -sey
eral of their lordship. speak, and was sur-'
prised in the case of everyone..except the
last named peer, to see~at, what 'a halting
pace they weni -on. -There was not the
slightest pretensions to eloquence. I ob
served tisi body with attention, and de-s
clare, withotut fear ofecontradiction, that -in'
oratory and in pprsonal appearance, they"'
fall fatr, very far below .the Americian
Senate. The reason is obvious-at leas
as to-their 'ability. These men are pers
by inheritance; and, .though- doubtless.
thorogly "ducated and sustained .lja
concious pridle, yet nature :has, no't.gived.
them all noble mtinds. Again:. r hold -it
to be untdeuiable that their lordslbip. are,
the most of theni, men of, ra~her ordinary
piersonal appearance. 4ionerally L have
ntot found the English so handsome a peo-,
ple as I exliected; biut of aijihe ugliness 1'
cver sa w. Edin burgh furnished the mdt
Drinking ad DefalcauioS4bMc~uity'
the late Clerk of the'House ofiRepresena
tives, a defaulter lo the. ameguntof about.
840.000, was arrested at a drinking, house
in Washington otn Sunday',lass,i nd com.e
mitted to prison. Defaleation ,and drink-.
ina will gecerally be found in ttpn.i
N. Y. Orgidr. ~ wu &i