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ftd. 7en6ciirt ui? per'
MiJ14lities'ulr-less;) 'fr the' "irstand
I! ttet' each edliselquenti itisetltis
lta hisr orieteoi tiefblblyd
t , d o da tiued, and
er square,for a meIn.
gnd o nthly Adve tie ..
rged he amen as a s'g
pmItmonthly e same as new
-tuary Notices exceedingsix lines,
itriatio.O irecommendings Cand.
tsfEpupalic 4cfles or trust--or puf flug
Exhibitlngwill6 bs; charged. a -Advertise..
47& letter by m 'il must be paid to n
fr, punctual atendance. 7
S o sqTemperance Banner.
Air ,. *d.1y A.GS.nei
Dslirenid-at thq 4ianner Preentaeion, by the
daleoitie itity, to Harmony Dirision,
' 4,oW .40.fT, anJ O.eek, Ga., 27,
AMIlSS DICKSON'Se A DDRESS.
mLWo~yIPutnarc and Gentlemen of
ny Dilsion-lt-hah ever been . a
froI.time im nemoriil, in all well
'associdions, formed for any a..
S'dIWbe;o clar object, to have borne
ithefr marches and prcessis. banners,
tid.auch-mottos, emblnm and devices
ha ishouid arepresent their name, their
n4i nd their purposes, and as a al
1 - int, arpund which all might mn.
h*ijn i :0rithigpf our country witha
st jfdid. stripes is recognized
rejI.Zt ieted wherever unfurled by
tv'cAivlized . anation- protects our
A .ttcnsfinevery climen-fills our bosoms
I~ itnve for our homes, and excites ~to
i f * . and' noblo daring; for in
S-hich beneath it, but
10.Ifiiis his winding sheet,
ng. bry in the dust. To
a whe tre youed it
n nor to excite you to
IA iyor-that you are not
.pg Jn a contest with a Chreign power,
but are wairring with nian's dendliest foe,
and against an enemy who has slain more
tian war, pestilence and fnmine. And
fbt this,.you would carry it nloft in your
aissoIation, to tell to the world that you
af tt~ilgragainst the demon, Intemier
. e t'is not my purpose to speak or.
tte,qvils ofdrunIetaheo1 for tvet' I even
CQmpetent-to the task, the tiealth or ian.
-ft~io would dwindle Into penuirg, while
pafr, ing the misery, Want and wretch.
edries; that follow in its train. Suffie it
16'say; gentlemen, that your purposes to
rid the land of this curse to human nature,
a . 3yortiby of all praise and should be the
j.drofE.;he philanthropist throughout the
ZoArd,... For I believe in the-language of
an enthusiastic friend in your cause, "the
Sons of Temperance are makinig more
hippy 1ia-es, more cheerful firesides,
o'ilmitng mrore aching lhearts, and drying
up more tears than any other institution
decsigged by man. And though it is ma.
vtig quietly and invisibly along, yet like
tlpesilent river, you may trace wherever
it~hai.been by a'thousand green spots, that
g *dentike eye a nd margin the coursc of'
i ed asarc that by the customs of socit.
ty, as, vill as the laws of your Division,
nye are not admitted as mnembers.
Indeed, woman's natural delicacy shrinks
instinctively from any act inconsistent
wviulithis~ules of society or the sphere that
isl ded her. Yet we can butt believe
tiMh deur happiness and welfare are not
thiN gile..objects of your Division-and
we are willing to do all that woman can
-do consistent with her nature, consistent
wvith, hersex,:to aid you in your gene rnus
uand philanthrophic purposes, and in the
hotrest-sincerity of our heairts, say to you
'"May God 'speed yout In your noble
1"Acdt tihtn, gentlemen or Hlarmnony
Dbiin 1'nthe nlane of woman, this han.
negiggtoen of our .cordial wvishes for
yoj r.continuecd prosperity and triumphant
*an4Ansi success. May its bright folds
never blush to fmnd benenth them, other
thin,1theworthy Sons of Temperance, and
miyltrbe to other~s'ns a cloud by day, anid
a ltf fire by night to lead them from
lb 'so rcy, remnnrse and deathi.
",ipt#kedhIis banner! Guard it till our land
Quigr1,.ot~ill prosper thee.'
as Er nT:I. Katwe's ADDRRsS.
Miss 1Mikaoh:-J am the honored in.
atylurpent pf my Brothyers qf Harmony 'Di.
iviofl?' Etd'from' you the beautiful
6~j j t~ hye presented to them in the
thm Jadies of this community,
.1lowe'dujyoppreciate the value
* alp~nstIott so appropriately tenderedl.
be assured that the source 'from which
I F0ut rolinn, when it q44 b
unry itit pea an e" d
vent. not'lys to 4iex)potLdho ill
1at~hb bldsesf' the war, or nd ftheco
flict~ present lldh:or sdid articlc4ifi~eli
(timabl6:yaltiftotikat patriot 7residhn i
ithe Citys or State trom which, theyk woe
presentedi, Who shall b adjudged. by li
noantrymen or the ladies to have bie 4thq
'the most valiant in defence of his countr
and our cotntry's rights, '
ldO OAE, SEEDise
are not generally aware thot Meedo
ishould be.havCd from stalksi *hlch hae
no. beenistripped of their leavei,:Alitl
reflection will conflii8e inwone, that,01s3
ulyn sidfi: born: whlch oan'beeald to have
;arrived at perfection. The loaves:of corn it
is woll koyn, perform the.samo part in the I
economy or thaiplant, that thie lungs do
the econoiy ofth e,bu'irn body-bep
An#, so tovspeak, the.ajr and.assimilatipai o'
rejecting its elements wihen decom posepd
according as they are not necessary
use. Accordingly 'when the leaves Ja r
stripped for ibdder, the plant soon dies a d
asthe process ofstripping is aiways coiw
menced before the corn is perrectly ril. It
ofcourse cannot possess its full - strengih,
and when planted next season, must fail in
productiveness; when compared with that
which has been suffered to come tW por.
rdction. These are simple, but soietit@
facts, which cannot be refuted and solld
be-liornb its mind, and acted upon b14
f'aiiers;,who have a regard for thei in.
terest or take pride in their avocatidn,
The quantity of corn required for d
should always be in the way we havedo
scribed; and the few bundles of- 4dder
whibh the firaner will loose by it will.be
paid for a thousand times over by tb
perior quiality and quantity of hi' 1l
year's crop. [Norfolk Beacoa.
The following burlesque upon- Vit f
counts from Calilbrnia is from th
.LArR FROM THE SOAP IIo'
thlegi-aphic despatch to the Nt
Globe, which reached uslate
gives the. infornj iaid 'tht
re ,-. re
their homea for th!ria c' 'placer'
This mide is said to be inexadslble. Jt fi
:supposed to form the grand rservoir fom
whence the volcanic mountains in that re
gion receive the fuel which keeps them
in continual action. Tallow dips are, i
consequence, at discount, 'nobody tal(Ig of
any thing but spermaceti.
It can only be accounted for by the sup.
position that long before the present upri.
sing of the Sierra Nevada, and while the
entire continent was submerged-perhaps
as far back as Noua himself-this location
was a invorite spawnig-grotnd . of the
sperm whale, and that through a peculiar
galvanic action of the elements and im
mense bed of real sperinaceti has been
fi)rmed. The excitement is said to be
A RIcH BiL. OF LADrNGI-In the first ves
sel from our port bound for the gold legion
(California) a young adventurer with a MsMll
capital, has selected about the most available,
stock that in our view of human affairs, a
man could possibly concieve, as bound to sell,
and realize a stupendous per centage on thme
campital invested. IHe has engaged freight for
five barrels, and passage for hsimself, and
whtdo yo thik these five barrels
onanNone but those of a philosophical
turn wvould readily imagine. WVell, three bar
rels contain first, rate Jersey lighutning, alias
New-England Rum! One barrel of A merican
playing cards, asserted brands; with all more
or less, of the private marks and signs, as sup
posed to be set forth in Hloyle's and Green's
treatises on Poker' Leo, Eucre, Old Sledge
&c. TVhe fifth barrel is filled, to utter suffo
cation, with all sorts, sizes, and knowvn speci
mens of Dice? from the loaded article to time
double-sixes, from thme thme bone yard. In sca
nning time laill of this bold, enterprising Clhris
tian adventurer, none will hesitate to say that
hmis elegant stock of assorted and useful imople.
meats of civilization, art and refinement, in
destined to rake dlorn the gold dust, and add
no- little to the progress of scientific research
in this newly broached El dorado, where to all
eyes strain, and all hearts yearn. Boston [mail.
RESUSCITATION OF A SUPPOSED CoRs.
Captain Heed, a wvell known citizen of Bee
town, in this country, hiada little child taken
sick, which after umuch sufibring, and with
all the usual indications of the final struggle
with death, received its parents' embrace in
the presence of their friends. The glazed
eyes of the little sufferer were closed, and a
bandage was applied -to support the lower
jaw, as is customary. After a iapse of some
twent r thirty minutes, a woman in attend
ance,y to was laboring in the ablution and
laying out the corpse, commenced by sprink
ling seine cold water on the clild's face.
Strange to tell, the child opened its eyes,
aroused, began to recover, and is now in thei
enjoyment of goed heakrh.-Lancaster (Grand|
Co. Wisconsen) Herald.
'1rnE ADVANTAGES OF ADvERnTsNo.-An
Eastern cotenmporary, in an article on the im
poitance of every body aduertising, and the
still greater importance of advertising in a
paper'-tiit every body reads, says: "It is of
the greatest importance to make youraelf and
your goods known. ,The profits arisinmg from
advertising, are not csonceived by those who
have not tried it. To thoso who have me
deed~ptist o .l.6 t i a
}demontrea hth sleeao
xiZnece to thF if -6
Pldo irtse yorm afperal
Iihen fear not, hIt y~gcboled on
our papi il ever'su i4gelJL rlty
of your banter.. iec tsm ise
among us in'i'idtrefi ifo earY.
eorit oalumtiy thti dt s 11dAk 4- u
nmalicg may tars leh'dur blijght vtaloii'
the futro YP,. r nbranc.of ibis
a ut rm:.memory,.itI bright
iantcipati of s cces ust il, and gal
lantry fly ourland,.er. thihbanner shall
"trail Ignobly in the dust?'Proud Indeed
rare the Soen of Teniponeie toasv
I'romr those who are vo'rthy. tbahebenefit.
ted b. our moral Rsade," ts'efl tnla i r
assurance, that the "5ons of Temperance
'are ma~king niore hiappyphpmes, caiming
more aching hearta,.urying mnorei tears
than any other institution; designed by
man,"- for If homes'are made'happy, fire.
sides cheerful, the tears of the widow and
orphan dried, the indo reformed, mah
be induced to meet ifs fellow ian as
his bi-othier-in one w if we can make
the drear wasto-in the4't rness oj 'life,
"to blossom asa the, rose, 'esiout) Ir ob.
*You but do justice to our ioives.w-hon
you express the opinion, that' thoug your
sex is not admitted to tho inner mnysteries
of our Order, womans"elfare is not the
less the object of our Divisions" It can
not be deemed flattering to your sex to
say to you that we worship you as the
guiding star o oout- destiny, .and that we
have given you' a splace.
"Just on the boundary of the spirit land,
irh. angels have thei
Close to tohe realms where lsoha tei
Already are the signs, portent tiat our Or.
der is destined to bear a conspic'uoa p art
in the great changes that-are taking plate
around us. -The eye of'fmphecy clothes
its future in the brightest colo's of hope.
Its courseis onward and upward .i k he
b o u flig of the snaje o eng'i -v
iples may soonerosi the iiand diffuse
itself over-the oldWorld, fromn theifrozen
regions of the North, to thie bWining sads
ef the South, andt that all nations may
come up ond drink of its iure foutains.
Animals in their wvild state never have
the consumption, wvhilst animals domesti
cated have it-as the monkey, the rabbit,
the horse, &d. Consumption is the child of
civilization; results chiefly from loss of
symmet ry, and from effeminacy, induiced
by too mugh clothing, too luxurious living,
dissipation, too little exercise, and debili.
tating disease and occupation.
If there is any appellation that rould
apply to us as a nntion, it is round.shioulder.
ed. The habit of contracting the chest by
stooping, is formed~c in multitudes at school,
by not holding themselves ere t either
sittingor staniding and it is a mattroiit
it in a great degree;-ilors shoemakers,
machinist, clerks, students. seamstresses,
in fte all w'hose occupations causes them
to stand at their works or at rcs', or at
pleasure or amusemrent.
Practice willsoon makesitting perfectly
erect vastly more agreeable and less lati
guingihan a stooping posture. To persons
pred iposed to consumption these hinis as re
gard vritingor reading elsks ore of thi
greatest importarnce. n walking, the
chest should be carried proudly erect and
straight, the top of it pointing rather back
wards than forwards.
The North A merican Indians, wvho nev
er have consurnption, are remarkable for
their perfectly erect. straight wvalk. Next
to this, it is of vast lanportanc to the con
sumptive to breathe well;ioshould make
a practice of taking long breaths, sucking
in all the air ho can, and holding it in the
chest as long as possible; on going into the
cold air, instead of shrinking from it,
draw in a long breath of pure cold air do
this a hundred times a day, if you have
any symptoms of weak lungs, end h will
cure you: should you have a slight col'd,
1b0 in the habit of often drawing in a full
chest of air.
Luxurious feather beds or dow,. heds
should be avoided, as they greatly tend to
effeminate the system and reduce the
strongh. For this reasor heds should be
elastic, but rather firm and hard; stfaow
beds, hair mattresses-these on a feathier
hed are well; a most excellent mattress is
made by combling out the husk or shuck
of'Indian corn. I first met thoso in Itally;
they are delightful; cold sleeping rooms
arc in general the best especialIly for per.
sons in health; they should never be much
heated for any porson.-Dr. Fiich.
GEN. JACKSON'S WILL.
We notice the following extract from
Gen. JAcKSON'S will In'some of our ex
changes: "Tite gold box presented to
me by the Corporation of the city of New
York,-the large silver vase presented to me
by the ladies-of Charlestoa' S. C. ,n na.
towthit s. 1110 D
o 'theg.sinteAn e~~4trk
a an America It
re, n eveS read e db
imthe park ofir fiwIth. tri
W0s e no,1"
W lihied pf ay
Uconfou itb tintiayo4p
iame sait rdedi kl arng,
la e in a so ) n ir resce
m the ice a
Hue instinctsare~s w'Ii.n ot e wasuu'
idta O i innut
entsv c, ispdidi W,
0hort life e ep itmust ad
hiftrinscedil otli- bpeciheis .f 11
inus Aho. - t is the sfult of many ca.i
esa.His position, #hysicnl, mental,. anotil
and social, le favorable to activity 'nd-deiM
ion ofchracter; andthispolitieal equali
m6f-satisfyingconviction that hd0is equa 'to
thos best of men onaearth,: asa a toan, gies
wiar the .adepndeAce action liahi
wher a davidingi betWeen 1
Talk of conf'oundidn Amerax 'wi-t
diffiulty or dangern'enterprize, by sea or
land-in art, ii"ie, diatheaitcdiprobleip,
or miataphyuical disquisitiotior' ,verfaibin
die or the firstioptefvr"glyphics -the idea
n'ould be ridiculous!,.He pay never. hiave
seen a map of theorlo-dnor reada ge
hish, bit- he will- 'find, with a Nantwnoje
schooner,- any port on the globe,f by al sorte'r
cut tian is aiddowd ik the charts; and if h;
ilit West Inies ih a car
aof bed-warmitng pans, be wil have the wit
to strip off the coars, andsell thoem for- euji
gar ladlestiat hlid4ande of erseeproqt.
BdWhelactics of ihesmernean-a're not -laid
prize were .~ for the~ latw &
any object In any language, the Aneseh
would get It; even if he Had ti leard ts, .aO
guage, study the subject, and write the 'or
wvithin threo'inuths. -This universal e:: rif*
ondurance, invention, and powerint adapt hun
Nolf to any and every end give the American
is world-wide, p restige ofupriority, as a
AN ALABAMfA J~JlinCE.
BY ONtE 6i OUTR OLDconR 8FoNDxfs
When the Creek indians'inhabited Aa
iban, there were seie'ral othagitrates: a
sointed who had extensive Jurliiliction.
Their power, and the extentQf'teritCry
>ver which it spread-maide these rsagisraitg
n power, equal toa territorial goveruor;One
f those magistrates was a well known char
Wcter'-who resided in ' Turkey TowLn'-an
[ndian village, on the Coosa rivei-. He had
i ' mnrshal' who was known in bisstribe us'
MIoneycrics.' This magistrate was remarki.
'te for his contempt of legal ,apinipns auidiud
ind when Justice came in -otact with'law
he latter was forced to give way. Ife thought
~e customs of the Indians more' Eeuiabje'
in -many cases than the law of congrekertind
bie never failed in such cases, touet aside the
latter. ' Money cries' co-operated heartily
withi the court'-and by their combined ef'
rorts they managed to deal out justite ith
:ertainty---but sometims, with zeal- iiariI
The following, scene once occured ' n
Magistrate.-This court is held to try a
case in which 'Little Chubby' a Creek Jndi
an, is defendant, -and Tom Dale, agrcy
keeper, is plaintifE-D~ale claims 620 from
Little Chubby '-and ' Chubby' says he pajd
t -in beaver skm is.' 'Gentemen,' continidd
the magistrate, addresiuing the bgatanders?
Ingir.s ain't Iikely to lie whearr thipy owe
white men. But white men wiiu lie, wbpa(
11hey trade with the'Inirs.-'Thisi is the ex
perience of 'nmy court. --roceed gentlemen
wihl this case.
The attorney for Tom Da hproceeded to
make out his case. Dale swore that his'debt
wvas just, true aud unpaid' He then intro
ucod a witneus to prove that'* Little.,Chub
by, had only caught 10 beavers in the last
month-and thatlie had sold them to the de
ponent. ihe.Indian had no witnesses, and
the case was thus fully -made ou
The atfo~ny remarked, addressi 'the
court'-'may it please your _ionor, I iu a
judgoment for my ceient-there is no defence
except the averment of 'Chubby,' and this
'the court'can't regard.'
SGentlemen' said our magistrate. 'I ain't
satisfied; and I ain't oing toallow the Ingin
to be swvindled,' uipid i~eaddressing Money.
cries. Mr. Marshal haud usae that book; LU
take a swar in the caTe myse,' and suiting
tho action to the word, he kissed the book
and addressing Moneycries, remarked, 'r,
Marshal, I conttitute you this court, and will
take a sitar in thiis'se. May it pleaso' the
court,' said hie,'* there's cheatin' around 'this
board, and I intend to expose it to the court.
I'd rather take an Ingins word than a whis
ky seller's oath, anytime. :But court can't
decide in favor of the Ingin, without a star in
his behalf-and that war kissing the book)l
am now,- Mr. Marshall, gomng to talie.
Ho then -proceeded,' to state that Iltt'#
Chubbj' ha4 cpuseto his house andseoffredi
to buy from h'm 10 bw .v ~ r'inhubyd.
w i n
ret n'OR A
W I In
swin ivtny nd
t t WO 40t4d.'t
h t -o
pm e. 46i4Ad
an oid cha!esau 9i
tbe pi .- I -
,Wellurs as orderd t
bgait1* t divt
i very, cii. 1i y
Urs and etn a
1ateks'huohpon of -i
iv to haul t .kr
:c tA Sq
teie oe r rni .
casra her; .oc rela4/bj
cet y .rperate in t t rit ed
htit tisabcpgwd to b 2an a
st ha notch qu fta
cloeo vr fr~nectu d t
tco is1d tqsele to the Dab -~q4
Thirtitie waih not i bired
ly who had bn solhdan r
washe bnt d tcndteteDrigta~tL
'oan was not i r
oeryp- . .es b
di'tge sasevesyvedA :
dajuy. Weuditn la
wbelevngtate~udp spjdag A ~
ses from wa dee ~iit 4 o
I st housan liar yo m
whih s in poke~t thndg his41
wAode Ai th nedboigsy
beihngtwn iret ouild s r etc. II~qq~
moigthi ofll cn ul~d
e gro et t jo;an on for tat.
haeototoa' tousarthe s pmo~
ben r ,Tsamoes- Deliar a.th
formdo, in te~joger ofth'X
ie ourse o to ely.!. Whe 'bbm,
thacurse fte ilylDle~~l.~
wound-from a usd
to catise hitdeath Ba ttWi,!
Hawtings delivered .lniiselff up, an w
exained before we uMagitratsat
Court .Houso,dh &ondaylagt.,frha a
him to bai, f hispernce at the .ja
DEATH O oi.. -
lahed ofer, whose
anusky,.whilpely 10 t eare sR a.f
en to his nam'e iminoMt May4i: IN W
lie s on the 8th inet.