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EDGE'ELD C. H., S. C.
TIIS FST.\BLISIIMENT forl
Imerly knowan .as the " SPANN llo
T L," having been purehnsed and
opetnei ant eebert ast Vby the Ulnldersigted,-he
woihl mnit i resp -etttl;v satlie:t his friends and the
publte aenerally to give himl a call. a,: ie feels con
fidetit thnt ie ean do as well for them as could be
expectel iii a place like this.
lis Hlouse is s*tuatel en Main Street, one block
Snuth of the Pubilie iaSnanre, and cona venient to those
travelling the Plantk Roatd. Also. ian Cohiubia,
Aiken ta Gran'tev1l. ill St-inha ate convenient
to tite I louse atnd awnvays well di.ial.
The llot:se is sufi-:iient'y retiretd from the. busi
iess part of the Tiawni tonrende4 r it always quiet and
comfortable, so that the weary't tr*aveler mnay always
be sure of a gaid igIts rAt
F. . NICHOLAS.
.H.MBURG, S. C.
T HIS populau, Esta iahment having been thor
oulily repairedi :nd rtlittedl with entire NEW
FURNITI RE. the Sunbscriber taken pleasure in.
infirming the pub! e. thar he is tnow lr< pared tone
commodate lh MAN and h, in a styla..s
JOAN I". DO EY.
HIamburg, 'March 23, if 10
IinThe Ahhieville lianner iand Andersron Ga
.ette will cach copy the abiove fiur tines and -for
wiarl accounits tIn . L.
CIl R.ErSON, 'i.
ru ' ilE unders'ened wouli respee'
f - fulv inrorm his 1riends and the
A 3 puldie eneralla that Ie ias lasvd That
e-tansive and welil know sala!iithtuent
the PL.\NTERS' IOTEL. and is now ready fir
the reception of visitors. Its 0igible locatiqp, beinag
cinvenient to all th1, hut ian. s local ties. will calh
wtend1 it to th-se whin vidt th.n e:tv (ait bianss, und
no exertions or ex;ense wi: he siared by the Pro
prietor to promote tlhe connaimrt analda. conenienlec (if
hsis guests. nI renldt r his h-ouse in every respect
worthy of pubilic patrann: and suppaort. He is
pleased to id tiat ie ias secuired tihe services, as
book-k. eper. of Mr. .1. W. L.AaKN, so l1ng and
favorably knawn to the travll.ng cont ity of
thins anad tine adjaxent States.
G. W. BOMAR.
Sept. 2s 1S53 4t 7
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND) COM1311SslON
North Atlantlic Whaari, C harl~estons.
Coat Mmssaoxs Fort E~LLntNGCoTTo~n,
Fifty Cents pdri Bale.
T IIE Subscriber hnaving.fornmed a Co-Partnershaip
with 31r. W. A. W Altl)LA W, of Charlesaton,
formerly of Abbeville, S. U.. for thne purpose onf do
ing a GENERAL L:FACTORAGE~ ad COUMMIS
SION BUSINESS, avails imiself af ite present
opportunity, of retturing his siancere thatnks to his
numerous frienads for tine liberal pantionage bestowed
fair a numnber of years past,-and in ninovinag, tenders
tine services uf the newt coancern of W ARD LA W
& WALKER. Chnariestuan; whlere2 he hoplles many,
if not all his old patrons will hand it to thneir innterest
to sip thneir prodauce.I
Tine recent arranigemnents of tine South Carolin
Rail Road Companny wyili cenable themn soona to hnave
a liepot n thea city of Augusta,. thereby save thne
expense of Toll. anid very greatly th:eilitate thne for
wardiang of produtce of tiny kind. Alr. Jions C.
Itassa, Agenit oaf W. & W., in A ugustn. wvill attendr
to) tine forwarding oif ail produce that thecir friendls
may feel disposed to send thneam. free of chnarge,
save dravage. G. WA LKEft.
A ugusita,_July 19, 1852. tf 29
AT TiIE OLD1 STAND1 OF S. & J. GILBERTa
CHAXTETON, S. C.
S& E. ?J. 4GILBZERT continue tine
NJ e(CARRIAGE BUSIN ESS at the above stand,
N~os :35 atnd 40. Wentwoartha Street, whnere thney will
be pleased to exhibit to thecir old frienads and um
tomaers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
ceomprising thnose of thecir own mnanufacture togethet
various othner styles tusunally foutnad in this matrket.
Their long acquanintace withn this market nas
afanufacturers and 1)calers will ennable them to
offer great inducemnenta to pnurchnasers both in style
A ug 25 tf : -2
Ohapmnan's Cottona Giust
WE still nanke thnese best of cCTTON GINS;
'Vat-our old statnd. We wa'rrannt themn to giveI
satisfaction, whnich they never fanil to do. -
All orders thankfully received anad promptly at
Personms wino finda it more convenient will please
inquire of Mir. Io0a llunt., Edgeid C. HI.,who
wvill keel) on hnand one oJr inore aif thnese Gins for
sale. Address CiIAP31AN & SONS,
Colenman's N Haoads, Edlgelield, S. C.
Sept_15 tf 35
A LL~ Persons inndaebtead to thne estate of Henry F
.Freeman, dee'd., will caimae fornward inmmue
diately anid tmanke paymntit :ad thonsei havitng de
nmnand's will renaiter thnemi itn l ppery ntested.
J. H . J ENN INGS, Ex'or.
Gold Ney Found.
PICK ED) up ian thais Vi:!age, lay a servant, a
L GOLD WATClI KEY, wiche thne ouwner
'ian have by applying ant thnis Oliie., praoving proper
ty,.rewairding tine f'ider, anal paying for~ thtis noitica.
IIENCRY J. O5soRN~q. Fit ED., A.WilTLrIT C
OSBORNE & WHITLOCK,
(SIGN OF TIE WATCH.)
Under the United States Hotel.
I EEP Constantlv on hand-a choice selection or
Goods in their' line.~t the LOWEST MA R:
K L4T PR ICES, such-as fine
Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware and
FANCY GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY,
MUSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Besides manty other articles too numerous to men
tion. We keep two Workmen,.one an experienced
Wateacaker, (one of the best 'of Workmen,) and
the other a Jeweler capable of manufacturing any
thing in the line.
i Call and see our Stoek befqre. purchasing
clewhc re: OSBORNE & WITLOCk.
Sept. 12 3m 35
NVHOLESALE AN) RETAIL.
BOT & SH:OE BUSINESS!
UI E Undersianed respectfully informs hi friends
in Carolina, that he has Removed from.Ham.
bura to Augusta, Ga., on the South side cif Broad
Street, opposite the A ugusti Hotel, 4here.i- idiil
be pleased to see his old friends -tind citomers.
He would also state tlia' he hapet -returhi ii
purchased, at the LOW.S1 t
at large Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet-Bags,
And every article belonging to the Wholesale nd.
Retail Boot and Shoe Business, which he pledges
himself to sell CIJEA PER thin any other flouse
in Augusta, FOR CASH, or on time to punctual
Any one wanting Goods in his line will find it to
their interest to call and examine his Stock before
pataetsing elsewhere-and lie will take pleasure in
exlibtitg them to e,:ry one who may favor him
with a visit.
lie takes occasion here to return his heartfelt
thanks to his kind friends for their liber.! patronage
heretofore bestowed on him. And hopes by strict at
tetntion and perseverance in business, to merit a
,ontitnuance of the saine.
Opposite the Augusta Hotel,
Aucusta, Ga., Oct. 5 tf 38
WXM. 0. PRICE & CO., TAtoas-FOR
Lv SPRING TRADE-Are. constantly
nanufacturing and AT ALL TItXES well supplied with
he newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTA LOONS, VESTS,- SHIRTS,
Undershirts and Drawers,
RAVATS.?Aj FS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &c., &c.
TOILET FURNISIlNG-Fatey Soaps, Ex
racts, Cloth oad liair Brushes, Combs, Rogers'
iitves, Slears, Purses and Port Mlonies Canes
Jnmbrellas, Hats, Caps, And everv article of Gen
lemiens' dress and personal furniture.
TO TlE TZADE-We are well supplied w
LOTIlS. CASSIMEIIES. VESTINGS A'
rl.1131LlNGS. Cloths by the piece, patter
-ard which we will sell as low .13 Catl be bought a.
Kew York City.
WI. 0. PRICE.
W. T. INGRAJIAM.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
March 30 tf 10
RICH FALL DRY GOODS!
AUGUSTA, GA ,
BEG to inform the publie that their FA T.L pur
eba;ce is NOW COM1'LITE. comprisitng oc
if the Largest Stocks that they have ever
flvred to the public,
- A.ioNG WnICII WILL DE FoUND -
Rich p'aid SILKS.
Small chteked Silks,
TMelt brocade Silks,
Pli Silks, a:1 colors,
U~oaek Silks, all widths,
Black brocade Silks.
Striped ad figttred Silks,
Blatck and colored watered Silks,
Wite broende Silks,
Plaiat white Silks,
i'lareeline Silks, all shiades,
Real Irisha Poplints,
Supler black silk Velvets,
Colored Velvets, tall shaades.
New stiles Pars priated Mlouslain DeLains,
lb. do. do. Catshmteresa,
Do. do. Plaid Woollena Goods,
Plain all wool Mounslain D.elane, all shandes,
Fretnch Cashtmeres and Merena's, all shades,
Engiisha Cashnmeres and Coburs, all shades,
Figttred Alpacas, all shades,
Luapin's best l4'ambazines,
Very super Alpacas, exet editngy checap,
Very large stock printed D~eLaints, 12c.
Very large stock printed De Laines, 25 to 87c.
Iristh frontting Lincns, best qualhity,
Real double Damask, very superior,
Mtown D~amasks. all ptrices,
Toweling, in great variety,
12-4 best Barnsly Sheeting,
Fine pillow case Linten,
10, 11, atnd 12-4 Hamtilton Shteeting,
10, 11, atnd 12-4 Auscutney Sheetitng,
10(, II. atnd 12-4 Aletndale Sheeting,
v'ery stuper English tatd Anmerican Longclothes,
Very large and varied stock of Calicos,
French, Scoteh and Aramerican Gingheans,
English and German Hloisery, very chetap,
A full assortmient of Misses and Youths Hose and
Kid, Silk andI Lisle Gloves,
Trimutings, of all kinds,
Kerseys, Osntaburgs and Stripes, cheap,
Very large hecavy Negro Blatnkets,
Very super Bed Blankets,
M~arseilles Quilts, in great -variety,
Curtain Materials, in great variety,
- Curtain Muslin, emnbroided with linen, decidedly
Carpets, Rugs andi Oil Cloth, a full assortment.
And. a great variety of othter articles, selected
with the utmost care, which we are selling very
chetap, and to which we respectfully inivite attention.
Oct. 5 5t 38
The Dear People,
WILL Please take notice thtat from and after
IVthts date, we wvill sell our entiro Stock of
Goods, or any part thtereof,
AT COST, FOR CASH!
Our Goods are nll fresh, and thte most of them
boughat very low. CatlI, if you wntnt bargains.
Persons indebted to us for bast year and p:-evi
ous at-c respectfully, but earnestly requested to call
and see the Monkey.
PETER.SON & WERTS, Broadway,
W ERTS & P ETE RSON, Shop Springs.
Newberry District, S. C.
Oct 5 tf ' 38
A FINE STOCK on hatnd and now being made
for the Fall Trade, next door to SCLLvAN's.
R. T. NIS.
A.t. of if 23
- lIE Firm of Bowans & riLT, in the Grocery
- Business has been this day Dissolved by mu
tual agreement. The Notes and Accounts due to
the Firm, are in the hands of S. E. BoWEns; to
whom payment must he imnde without delay, and
in default they will be placed in the hands of an
Attorney. A ldeands against the Firm will be
presented to S. E. Iow'Es.
BOWERS & HILT.
Hamburg, Sept. 28, 1853.
S .E. BOWERScontmnues the Grocery
* Business on his own account, at the New
Brick Store. South side Market Stret, recently
erected by CHARLEs 11A0No, and nearly opposite
the Store of B. S. Dis in, where he has now dn
hand and will constantly keep a LA.RGE -and
WELL-ASSORTED Stock of
Choice Family Supplies, .
Consisting of nearly every article- usually kept in
.n EXTE.SIVE FAMILY GROCERY, all of
which having been selected with care and of-supe
rior quality, will be s141 at
LOW RATES FOR CASH.
'S. E. B. takes this opportunity of returning his
thanks to old frieunds and custamers, and assures
them tit all pains will be taken iq future'to secure
a contiunanee of patronage, and hopes. those wish
ing t~purchase.will give him a call.
1 'UE Undersigined hiving associated his Son,
WM. C. SIRLEY, in business with him; the
same will. he continued at his Old Stand, under the
name and style of J. SmBsEY & SON.
JOSIA H SIBLEY.
Hamburg, S. C., Sept. Ist, 1853.
THIE Undersigned having made the above change
T in his business, requests all those who have
demi'ls against him to call and receive their pay.
and all those indebted to him to make payment as
soon as practicable.
U1aniburg, Sept. 1st 153.
T SIBLEY & SON, beg leave to inform
Ji l the patroins of JosrIn SIPLEY, and the people
of the Country generally, that they are in the mnar
ket constantly, for the pureliase of Cotton and tIther
produce, and keep on h:nd a
Well assorted Stock of Goods,
Among which are the following:
35,000 Yards BAGGING,
100 Coils ROPE.
100 Bhls. Clarified and Crushed SUGAR, also
Sugar in Illids.
20 Bbls. new MACKEREL,
130 Bags COFFEE. Riio and Java.
20,000 Lbs. BACON, SIDES. SIlOULDERS,
2,000 " Pr:me Family HAMS,
Kegs NAILS. also. an assortment of IRON,
_,000 Lbs. Sok- LE.THER,
Bales Osnaburg, Stripes and Yarns,
* danantine and Sperm CA NDLES,
Phster Paris and Cment,
EORGE ROIUNSON &
have sssociated themselves
transaeumg of a
General Hardware I
Under the style of RoiINSRON & .lA
where we will always keep an ext,
(if EVERY TIllNG in that lin
Saddles, Bridles, I harness, Leather
llamburg, A pril 27
ROBINSON k JA
HAMBURG S. C
H 5IAVE now onhand aimost cm
200 Tn English and Sweed
500 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
501 Doz. Collins' A xes,
75i" Brades' Pamtent Iii
5 " Superior Straw C
20 4 Spades and Shovi
10 " Rakes,
Tilletson and others make of
Trace, Halter, Log, Fifth and otl
A comlelte Stock of Pocket a
--A LL STY LES 0
Plains, Sawvs. Ch'sels, Ser
Knobs, Bellows, Hiti
Pistols, Shot BL
'Powider Flasks, Cotton an'
Well Wheels. Kettles,
Frying Pans, Gridirons, 11ar
Tacks, Wafer, and Walile Iro
Steelyards, Mlarking Guage
Andir ons, Shovels and '1
Tlambturg, A pril 27
T H E Undersignmed respectfully
customers, friends and the pu:
lie has removed to his BRICK S'l
Street, between IAlessrs. .TosrAn Sn.
Rosson, where he olers for sale
Mr. Eunu Ilopoits is my iduly
to sell Goods, and the busiiisss i'
under the style of E. 1I0DGFES,
Whiskcy, Rlum, Bii
6 BA RRELS Rectified, Mlon
Ier's Old Rye WVHISKEI
New England and .lamsaica R.
Amserican and I lollandl GIN.
American aind French BRA N
Madeira, Teneritfe and 31al:
Peppermint, Cinnom aiid P.
LEMON SYR UP, bsy thme G
Irishl and Scotch WIlSKEI
Cider and White WVine VIN)
Pint, l lalf-pint and Quart Fl
WVine. Lemon Syrup anid Por
D EMIJOM NS, all ses.
Nov 29 if
A LOT of Eastman's S~Li
A lot of Daniel's Pat. Superi.
Grant's Superior Patent FAT
"" Grain Crad
Hoe & Co's Superior CIRCt
All of which will be sold on the
ting terms. Call and see themi.
U~inhur~. Ma' 25
THE MAN AND THE STREAM
" Whith4, merry little streamlet,
-Hast'est thou on silver feet ?"
"I am hurryir tih a.oean.
Hurying ocean's waves to greet
"I am but a littlebrooklet,
And Lwould a river be;
Till. 01IwatceSJid thesia."
" But a'rilph.en'ng found thec
O'er tlisrave the s oivers bent:
Canst thn'--not'afibitlui streamlet
Canaat tierwith content ,
Then tlp brook to me ieplying,
" How'timawa reprovdhe stri
To obtin am4 's dream
"My pure water tfowing onward
Nourish flowets as they go;
You may trace each brookles's pat
By the flow dit gro
Every pth v d, sr
Follow hii where'er lie goes.
" When in:n's lot in life.- is humbi
Let hin learn el ment to be ;
Then reprove ambition's streanal
As they're hutring to the sea.
T T .
Not alone in real of beauty
Not alone beyd . the skies
If on earth %re do ir duty,
Ileaven at:l aro. d -us |lies!
White win g'd anals us ever
Unseen itrits'raih move.
When wei mike .I - ar,
When we do a deed of li-e.
Spirits of the dear departe?
Pr..-ss upoin the brow an ehek
Loving kisses, ten. -ted
Frnn tltii- pald p pure and meek.
And tl:hir gent'Wo'-es mind us
We are passi. ",t aw:.v;
May their lov in sit ind us
In the brighit; etmal lay:
Let us, then, with In relinnco
On..ttelu 4 L rijt...
Di4 afre . ;,
Unto error dark is nigh(k
Let us. then, with fithlnlinehiq.
Say to Trilh. ' lie nat my gtide;
Come on wealth orant inost pineling
Let whate-er fatoetide !"
Let us, then, right ipressinL
On the mind andeart ofyouth?
Give to age a so:id ssing.
In the sacred li;;of truth I
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things~'. int el olie :fo it ? thu shl tl .
thing.-. o1 n
In. Tou shmaltnt n bsv adtrae-tm
sn . Ietter toy the edtr dewi
4** *warron ap1
4. houshat a verbie tilt Ie M bua e s
den to k 'ee inpe . m ee'tion . .
thfie rNe- rk Hotelswhlieb stogo o toe4 withm o:ne morha
be rehed tenee, r'when lit m
ly t nc memer'ftteiCbin t, wn a hnde ill lon of. oninal
gih e h tnse, Prnd ,ter ring not t eatalh a l a v n fis
th oe e , a hrt i s m eal serve i his -l 11w n p ar lor, l s g~ v
7 g. fo whic he i n R EN
Tho s mwht no aedtenned by th ir Pe"y the
""sO tiecmpxin - esre i ne dil 1 .4 ol veda ewda
b ~ ~ 4 1:1)c u1
9. Thou l sh blt n dt see!; f:he nes p e f ire i t r l wn a n.
Pr-- rm il on e it wswt oip to commie t suci
. forwi ard to eov the so5I up. bad a pe inc a
4 usid h, "lvethie om I wish e swime r, T
to gilan tde pireete s
", To bu~it no i'm hm resp.ilefrdesle ofhs" and at e
o nfce oles dt'radinh Vjiriin uh e oplyihn,.he ni
9.Bho ut thtl fot seve ll th ro w.hist
iv he end tofbl th u woli m n ohld held gond ee
thadetatgivsuhrio ay oth a .
7. Thou s eart not rsind Smie anscrt in
in letts to h e et eitor le h re
Tjtr' or reswek r.ina n4tr te.Onbi
wts al no t o the w nes stand. ~~'nlefriro r.,.
th e okng el h im l for a o me bro o te enlythe ne or
- h d ho 'im -" i i l doc De ent ,
afis i m " " uso w icihern(elIlfia.fe r d- 1:- in lo e w i
er the rieply. ~ s fiidt r in g f i origalns
t g iwthenshe, ittt o d w
I ' h C o(l t n i t pe n u i e t d to l el i t i e nt o r i g m l
u t e tor he erve t it have all been
n i r shadh (lelie bs a hug
so ifou w ilk, ro p erty monf M .
York H-voel vic ir hims too go d . i t o le w aht oe 6),
-,N kience DrIvillte, Fn irfi
A m y beilin tlie rtl hist eekzn n .alied
'or his living s s.ch ark yhagn
nin'ibr o ne, Cti tt was :u o re r iOipj t oliisiii
eoow rdd h trtil ir 1 te l en l'nd ti ild beo i :
e cold not liae onger thm h w er n iggerrtol
dan dowg and did . bi
-t guno waid au tis iii-inerr w of hn ing himsterf E
'a' beier 'fr a eek ,'. d id refal name ir furidt
i he boehind " lieure aleai'gunjai it 'amenwa N.
iiii an , yiu cani wonid r oue f and. t varhius ther
l~wmniiut~ atte, te enreti~i bet Herinto
a 'otheur tp rothe I a bte bhim in pr isn an
ownd liuth lae tht reoeorary wihe ladyta fwmmrm
mor ininece ve th co m uty hoand p teoe whom
.ley anotherlCtIh, rwio hm b ii n W ilmhing
, alwys dong. isognhdrem-o-dw
murmurmgy tking V irg hg, w nd be opyii,* e
- aBibe dctriie tht fr svn her drwen wiest
.re dend ofte s worlioymhlen -14clido
i-an tha gies hr cmor, rue an more ta
.hd inrtha cihe heret snhtay to tt of abadoec
Ir thf sees." The eitelo went t rge, g andtha et
of anewshir th othr dy, ad ut ie hrecn uar
.t beteen tw of tes rore ttd. unm n bnumb
wa~ called oroncfwor the sturpo
ioon sy h nhemgtbe on-~l h ign oD.-o
'nds ti Madreasde ha-s made done byrenti
sna 11 ertoply wnlqura kirndi or asend
en sal)te, toaid
yx Ch oonPst biseil the fahoiong ighbdordin Frall
edTor I ab s tilryprtt.ad 'n havebeenlintro
;.ior wentor! hodhpiheriac dty bylaho ug n
,si yhey a lly propu herqud erty of con.ide
ie n e imfou ht lset toe the efalle
' .... ivngs . arkas h r hninga
d he he id, has/ne.drv morl bceefhil
virtlu os lie lnger o h u thereiggre ptoin
- 4 hdsown cndsdie . Heashe aiitetecns
~e, atersd yourei cotrrytourhatlf aod aod contier
aid thetyp, hof i pre....oin
a, looking 1.
- e inl th3 last ,.
- of nothing but
ed up in the minute
dern El Dorado. Ti.>
ife current into the thou,
:enerable Bishop. It was dt
o his animated conversation,
- rejuvenation which seems to
im ; -and to catch the glow of
stolie spiriL as he recounted
*ching throughout the whole
try, from the coast mouttains
Ons. He had appointments,
nd on week days. in every
was not sick a single hour
to his return, filled every ap
-dially entertained during his
seo, at the bouse or the Gov
by special invitation of that
nough the oldest effectivei-.t4
n the Amelican continen-t,
*.t example of -devotion to the
1mding Sediptural i ness'over
d wlith 4..1m!g=
. w, iss, ntext
n tWi~o~a rs for-missioita.
thy teeth depend mainly on I
n, and on cleanly habits as re
They must of course be con- C
poses for which they are design
to employed for the purpose of
biting thread, unscrewing needle.
ag the stopper of a smelling-bot
ith is used as a sort of portable
which a pair of scissors, a knife, a
nW, or any other instrument, may t
e time of need-then serious and
ijury will eventually be done to. e
the teeth, which no healthiness of
eleanliness of liabit will avail to 1
OF WAY.-The following deci
a principle of some interest to
e city courts in Cincinnati, a few
river was finled .25 for running' ir
ist a pedestrian who was crossing at
ie Judge decided that at all regn- yc
ngs pedestrians had the rigt of tr
the law requires a driver Lo hold se
es a foot passenger crossing in rdt
n. The same principle of law in
rywhere. and is worthy the notice ul
e necessary to keep it so untiil 'tui
th of the expiration of his sen. are
tall he discrOntinuaed, for the pnr- nI
ng natutire to restore the fe.tture be
Iue, preparatory to dhe second of
ner into the world." lgig
ARtED LaFE.-A married cou- ffou
is Gazette des Tribunaux, aifter pir
n bad termns for some time, re. mit
s ago, to separate. They soli last
:ure; but, finding that the sum 237
it very important, they proposed the
;td thy witvent to the Canal $I
-xceate tiht de.,igi,. The hus- cret
irst, btut after a while, being a iner
ie raised his head ahove water
.wife sa udittg quietly on the j y
ian. He began abtising her, tat V
rding to their conventions she the
hierself. Instead, however, of io I
eased hinm of intending to let that
he saved irself by swimmning. dMi
to plunoge in at onice, withtout havt
tt she refused. Thtereupoat lte men
ter and gave her a tremendous treali
persons, wh., came up, wenit dciii
and thte lormng pair were ar- grea
questioned, they made the oppr
esatimeintal youtng ladies - all year.
ne modern Romeco, who after
n, deserts his confiding JuIl.:t, Ti
n her sorrows, repairs to somec Aust
'end, and there amid a doleful inateri
frogs, drowns herself. But Haul
eclipsed, and east far into the fTe
Odhello-as we learn-the ted t
'asaingtont H omear, living atear tria,
ix counaty, who one clear night, be ra
forth and gunenebed the vital agnir
himself to a persinmmon treo ; that,
sab!o mistress preferred ano- refn.s
TWEttT WtVEs.-A matn Mont
r. WVm. Hunter, but whose tont f
be Nathaaniel J1. Bird, is itn tare,
Jont a char&ge of bigtamy, natio
charges. Oan Sunday Eliza- polls
lady of Philadelphtia, visited Mr. J
nacertained he was the nman nnd
married on the 9th of July what,
Sday he was visited by ata
Kensington. natned Mary IHi
he was married in M-ay last. sixte,
mat he has a wife ina Reading, Becirn
gton, Del., atnd another yet in Virgi
prisonter is ontly about 23 Farm
tis stated, declatres that he infatnl
a statement, which may be them
oane-fourth of that number womt
hut a few days. It is alleged r.tte.
each wife soon after mar
sy atever hteard of himn after
est. 'The aaffir creates the brask
tin Camden, and hats indnced .rs
er of people to seek admis- Wa
e of seeing him. ando:
attle fed on sour food, pre- He
ig rye flour and water inato a Sandi
then dilutted with water, af- of his
with htay chafi' (that is, hay
to fatten qnickly. This plan 'q)
cc to a considerable extent, did y'
iaced yeatrs atgo in thtis coun- atten1
t genterally adopted, it is de- not o
'ation by gratziers. With re- and n
iy of acid fotad for fattettitng ' forc
on most other subjects, a va- yello,
It is well known that swine
from sour muilk, thani thtey do A
i state ; and there is no doubt look:
tles .which promote digestion ;ing.
muption of a larger quantity
uently expedite t~he fattetaing
DaIIKMSG Is SAx FRAscisco.-The Christian
Advocate has found, by actual count, the whole,
mber of places where liquor is sold in that
to be five hundred and thirty-seven. -Of
- 'hty-three sell liquor purely in the re
-id fifty-two wholesale, making one
twenty-five which do not keep nn
,dify the traffic. Of the four hundred
e places where it is sold in connection -
,or business, one hundred and forty-four
%rern restaurants, one hundred and fifty
groceries, forty-six gambling houses, and
.ty-eight supposed to :be kept by bawds?
dme OF these appear genteel; others are dance.
houses and such like, where Chinese. Mexican,
Chilian,and other foreign women are assembled.
Theie werd five hundred and fifty-six bar-tenders
present in the various places at the time when
the memoranda were taken. We-think we may
safely add one-quarter, if not one-third as re
served corps, making, including women, seven
hundred and forty-three bar-tenders, in that
POPULA.ION OF THE GaAvE.-Under thi*
ead the Merchant's Ledger has some very cu;
rious and interest ing calculations.
It estim.ites the average of births per-.econd,
'or the last eighteen hundred and-fiftthre
rears, at 81.5.-This would make the whoe num
zer of humin beings .who have lived -since the
Airth of Christ, about tliirty-tvo thousand- mii
LDdneting from this nimber the nine-hulidfred
di sixty millions, who form the present popula.
ion of the globe, and it leaves the number thir
y-one thousand and forty millions that have
,one to the grave.
Of this number the estimate is that nine
ho.usand millions have died by wars.
Eight thousand millions by pestilence and
Five hundred millions by martyrdom.
Five hundred and eighty millions by intoxica-.
.Thirteen thousand millions naturally or oth.
By this estimate it will be seen that war and
rong drink have sent one-third of the human
Ice to a premature grave.
PRNSTDENT PIERCE.-In John Van Buren's
)eech at Albany, on Tuesday evening, he re
rred to the President in the following terns:
Thle Democratic party presents itself now
one of its most alluring aspects. You have
the .-head of the National Government a
oung, upright,-zealous and patriotic-President,
uly representing the spirit of the .age. The.
otinients which he has declared in his inaug.
I address, the declaration W"hich he has made
regard tor the immunities ~of citizenship, his
iorm professions of kindness toward.our
opted 'eitizens, the elevated view which he
es. 1o bishops and eightv-three'clerynen
supported in the fields of domestic missions,
I thirteen stlations are vacant. There have
nm thirty-three appointme-nts within the year,
which twenty-one were new missionaries.
hteen missionaries have resigned and one has
I. Two churches have been conseerated,
r in course of erection, and lots have been
ebased for nine. The receipts for foreign
sinns flor the year precedinfg the 15th of June
amount to 842.500 8j.; expenditures $47,.
-G.- From that time to the first of October
receipts were $8.515 89; expenditures
,708 3G. It was stated that owing to the in
sed umnber of missionaries, a considerable
ease of the lands would be required.
EXICAN MANIFESTo.-...The MexIcan Legat ion
/ushmingmon has issued a letter declaring that
e-organization of the national force of M'ex
s fr the purpose of defending the people of
country agamst the attacks of the Wild In
Son the frontiers of the United States, who
niot been restrained by the Ltter govern.
:, in :necordanmce with the stipulations of the
vof Guadlaloupe Hidalgo. -It is positively
~d that Santa Anmna intends to employ thi's
military force either for~the purpose of
atsing is fellow -countrfmen or to make
ipon a friendly power.
CE RELEASE OF KOS'4TA.--It is said that
ria hoped to have sent the news here of lier
tion to release Koszta in time to reeall 3Mr.
emann's recent note to Secretary Marr.
enmuse of this cringing is a fenir lest the Un'i.
tates should get into a difficulty with Anus
nud cripple her Navy, which may speedily
qutired to assist Russia in the struggl~e
si, Turkey and Hungary. It is. also said
f our government had opportunity it wvould
e to receive Kosztu. except unconditionally.
:E ELECTTON.-AnI election was held on
lay last throughout the District of P'endle
r a Representative to the State Legisla
to fill the~ vacancy occasioned by the resig
i of F. Burt, Esq. Accordmng to lawv the
wvere kept open twvo days at thme village.
ohn Maxwell had no opposition for the seat
:onsequently there was no excitement
mu PRICES.-A lot of slaves, numberingr
.n, belonging to the heirs of Andrew P.
s, were sold at auction in Monroe couftty,
iin, a few days ago, for 812,090.50. :Thi
ar's Friend says thtat three of them wvere
s, and one a very old woman. Twolve of
averae ed 81000 each, o ' which seven were
n, an two of the men only second or third
INn!AS G VER~oR-The Governor of Ne
a, it is stated, has -Indian blood in his veins,
'nt her wvas captured, when a child, by the
dot Indians, and imrried a half-blood Wy.
girl. The Governor. W~m. Wadker, is her
ewats educated at Kenyon College, Ohio.
-as seventeen years postmaster at Upper
isky, Ohio. In 1836 he was elected chief
nation, the Wyaneots.
URISo your travels in Canada, M. Slocum,
un moeet with anything that arrested your
ton ?" " Yes, sir a Deputy Sheriff." He
ily arrested my attention but my persotn,
arched us both off to Lincoln county jail,
rossing the line without paying duty on a,
MAN Or COURAG.-The man wh e
y ear's folly in thme face withont. shudr.