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% lWth* I ,dwwamede sac)
inieistar of-the sea, that
$xh Mbt.M n nght -
14 stas n aoago to
ad 3%Wkal asse dndweraved
a tradjT"iii! Avigormlas breese
- e ad&wafte4ius into the midst
b Aid t0.PMie wind diedand
Sevithegikewbid and ho'veed
q tWttib issboonied
.14 sTiw * de Irom6theirtbds,
U-46 iirikee Then the
t dste sped r
~A t id4 itb -Death
t stars quivered, and the snoon
ook0M *fit le I eatir'trov6 fearfully
01% 1 dih666dat d - then
-stretche& himself; on Athe seaW-and
Dpath. wa -desd. Farther on-was the
Gro aii chens-bane and
aspifiti lanted, on, lovers' graves.
laden with ill-oliens were
i"*d sh6 started on her
I ,,regriain -headed-sr
* ~fe pat Wt. fe
a mouse, meadwhe puff
mga q ost likutel.I,tbthe. staanp
I -jo .itmd orohs
a hew pneanmous feat
ures - bAn ido b lo, While the
niked t, d her ohneid.
etuinuffi while 1er:Aellesome calf
lia g stolei a noit re&eshin quanti
ne gb vthe. yard
d ingl',1jrui roua astoni
shment. inaln' I farmi-house
Sbaco andheu, his
~~Aor,:t #ti e hoa4 removed the
* graceof an accomplished
~y ~ 1Iy, "if we
~net be in the land of
ymsand beeinisataken for
sg pos.8haliwe go?"
~ ~es, We'ye seen enpugh," I
a ~uy piaion," gravelyyrespon.
det~trgeoa,."$p.here's. for day
sn~o ta dto breakfast?" ask
e99 wreyfe an engagement
91. Good morning:" and
aWy~ 9we'tike a ray of the morning
4,n)4the 00o00nttee are willing to at
BNet*t pibh0 ahoy, report we are all
.bv.- u F ~ ANus M. L.
n~ l~ u broke .out ;at Columbia on
~Ti~.~y~igi~19th iset, in the lane in the
~Q~e&err's Furniture Store,
a~d ha;io;, been "promptly
~i~' ee enegy an'd 4killof the
~I~~rnphnes uld&d by the ulizens,
ld hde gre'at damage..
E ET CaoP----The Mill.
R r iay -" he Wheat
on Otla&3llS 6tsi hout Geor.
e tiandunstrally prom.
~ W'V~y eMsht news; it'will
Z~dea~.nentruat, In the
l~d~ b. On.uflua l~uan
pqzI~p1, P qsIongpd spring weather
snd Qopebssdecided, that
~r 'ore respectable
y p snspend. the is.
uth tgt doucends to
*y, .in the
?C 7 4 4
c r oti d
CoTox DaRiOYuI Th; frost of SUn
day nit~ l WdkeogrlTiei chtid-.orn
sufirs cosdealy~ lliogi iectyoi
The rasult of the, lte Coznetlent election
ezhibitigreat Democroicgalp, siounting
lmost to antentire ihane the politics of
that state;-butto.the south, as far assitsjinfi.
ece extends, it is adistlinction Withopti a dif.
ferenee- Th'dunion of thebWhigs and "Free
Soilers"' at the November election gave
Connectleut to thQ Whigs but now the "Free
Boilers'-*od with thD nocrats andi have
nearly givesr that state'into the hands ofuthat
old and true party,-hitt t stilt .leaves the,
"Free Sollers" in poissesson of the balance
of -1wer. *In New York We -perceive that
the iw patty still keeps -tp its organization.
apd its presses continue to call for action on
the pao'f Congress,-airhing at other viola
tions of the constitutional !4hts: or the South.
The Sduth has certiinly exhausted every ef
fort mildly btit firmly, to awaken a regand for
the Constitution and a respect for our rights
-that union, which is is dear to us' is w'ell
,as,to the North, which *6have made as ma
ny sacrifices to ustuin'as any othei section of
the Rapblic, and to which we have an'ar
dent aid sincere attachment, is' continually
threatened &nd -endangeied y the repeated
and deteimi:ed interference of the North
with. Southerp instituos. Reason hast ex
hajisted itipowers,'at l6tism -is influence,
and he quetion now is, what can *e do' to'
protect'ourselves agsinstthese repeated. and
vexatios issiaultst We roubt cease to be
custsiiers to those who are dontinually as.
sailing us in the most tender point connected
with"Our estthlhed' rights 'iesdi inter
ests are-keen touchstoneb anid the patriiotism
of gome men is confined4 o .th poC
Ther lai'lnohing whieh beemd to efibet,.he
agitators of the North and East'so much as
witnessing the gradual inicrease of Southern
Manufacturing Establishments. They are
aWare that segrioiIttre is our main shaft, and
hare permanent reliance that our ngricultur
al products are inexaustably rich and must
always find a home or a foreign market; that
we can produce every thing for our home con.
sumption, and if ist addition "to these advanta
ges we shall deem it exp~edient to engraft
manufactures upon our staple products, that
the cotton which we raise with one hand we
spin with another, that we clothe our wives
and daughters and slaves with our owin fab
rics, that we manufacture what we consume-.
they lose us as a customer and thus losing
the supplies and the supplying of six millions
of people will so reduce the value of their
mamifacturing atock as to leave their stately
manufacturing palaces with only a moiety of
white laborers, and they will FEEL that the
South is no longer disposed to kiss the hand
that smites them. While on this stibject we
woul urge upon the attention of our readers
the necessity of bringing up the rising gone
ration to MECEANICA L BUsinass. It is ad
muittod that the mechanic arts are the arm of
civilisation.--then do away with that foolish
pride or objection to such measures. If we
educate one generatli in the useful arts we
will soon free ourselves from our Northern
foes-In what part of the South can be found
Engineers, carpenters, painters engine build.
ers, masons or architects but whatare Nornh
erner's. We cultivate with Northern i
plements-when we can manufacture them.
We use Northern comforts and convenien
ces such as plate, carriages, saddles furniture,
book., carpet., etc etc, when will a lIttle en
terprirse wve can manufacture them all. It is a
very foolish argument Vhat the mechanic iis no
gentlemen--that it is degrading-.look to Hlis
tory, to our, Congressional Halls, to our An.
cestors and such arguments are refuted. No,r
the mechanic arts are the bone and sinew of
te country and *e never can be afree people
ubel. we wncourage therm and by instructing ,
osr rapg generation in them, they will act j
hepfsjtr as the safe guard of our institutions ,
The steady increase of manufactures in dhe r
South, always, of course; subservient to agri- ja
culture, will be a subject which will inevita
bly force itsself upon the consideration of oura
Southerd~ Political economsists; It is a fair,
a just and expedielrt retahlation, and involves
Try quetito di rondfektion or agitation. '
Tr ti ust work well.
President TAYLOR, it is said, intends to s
leave.the Slavery Question entirely in the ti
hands of hjs Cabinet. If. o does so ho vio. s
late e pede adeby him.. it
ighdata ifidblewijq eref resh -n&
t J6rged, 'd' h.i4-,0i
Usingls of igh tate ied and tI
1d fik.s*,Oplained: terriblyofthe " mori*
f h0 7 d." ;Sunday morning. dahd -
th dpu the winds arl
rhe pospthe hemiipher die titun alo
ot- .air-Ad that listdess pro perty denot
ng anei*pending storm.le streets Were do.
erted-miiore -than ordina rily o p cattle
nan64 and. -lowly seeked the shelter-'f
heir sheds, smokewaes observed curinng in
vreathe from ,every .chimneyi mountingto
vards the,I-now, overat-heavins hose thirt
rtuineo doethe cloahand pro unour
.ed the weather cold-bitterindeed, for Aril
md those taily inchned totake advantage of
he "Day of Re080" crawled back otheir
vard . ies mWht was ging to hap'pn I
3,vegry onep -remarked --fiemething wonderful.
et fe, and somethingwonderrul it was.
r swoWED1 I I Yesi, at one o'clock remem
eqr the hor, gn Sunday evening it commen.
ed snpowing at axvery rapid rate and thie-at~rm
ated to night, covering the green carpet
rhich nature had already sproad over the
tarth, withi, as it were a white coverlid. All
he vestiges of spring were for a while oblit
thed, aand the appoarahce prented.by the
a y on s"br-in our tbwn was beu
iful indeed. It was a picture for the.artist
y comingling of winter and summoer-. com.
>detefreak of nature. . Only imagine rich
Lusterg of biushng roses imbedded in a crust
>f snow, lilliesa enrobd in a covering of their
iwn color, the violet eping forth from a
obe of white, the honeysuckle clustering
ith it and the jaramine and mrtle, the tu
ip and the lilac Lipped with the fleecy fh-nkes
Mtn snow balls covered with veritable Anow.
he have not for a long time seen anything
rbeautiful-so sublime, as the contrast ol
he White and greyen. What would our
iorthern friends think to see the snow first
hook fromn The early clustering pea pods be.
ure-their delicious contents were subjected
he formue of the cuisine, or -th strawber
fes disrobed from a fleec, icy covering ber
orelthey were plunged into the cream and
ugarfor we have to chronicle thesimple fact
if their arrival, perhaps the f erst of t esa.
on. What will our (We almost said )ruthl -
ir) Parent edifor of the "Times" any when
o tellhim we-were dining with green peas
trawberries for desert while a glance througli
he window made manifetthe fruit and shade
res tinted with white, a roaring white.oak
ire inthe chimney, a c mbination perh-ps
se nprecedented as astonishing. The change
if the weather, however, will benefit us: the
lust has been laid and a slight moisture im.
arted to Flora's rizing greneration. Na harm,.
r) wePae etohr of. ha rTies"le sto whe
rrowtling weo wrm diing witddeneasitto,
traerytikan freser wile auc glaniite thoh
hde ido meifate niese wrto andsd
roesitied with wlihie. ern ht a
re nst chmny Tea periainerh
Th eceented as Thusonishingh cangeil
ong the wemeberoeverywillinabitans the
arter itoari.g ThenDivision. of harSon
if wempeaee head of aspbi resultedin the
itoig Crch, frmwhih suden visitaton
arhouraton ie wth theec cound bauty
duend eliefc thf the "nagters o bem
Te. evets of eaTyhur usday eeningwl
on the Dricebee byo the inhtabitanto
orinsrc. The Division o ath 7onsoc
feerynte hue andli mtrngparncihes
nltdt hrch la hich intedit vai, and
ary 2our medr jihing inbhe proeautyn
hay inarce inof the Chuc.gheo exerci
er. commencearly hnoriginray ~onrnb
he "Sns" coeated oeveirn wichio
f thenDisrdcin aeveromt most msane.
on'hes Thpano he Diome at'ee up o'lc
earyloqe andumressive rayepreafter
vh tche ol.a.ingoSnstheP.icahtedith and
vnan 250 ter udinin in te resogh
herynet m rhedarkto the Churc. ofThe reri
ndtepOss comfce the aneetiinl vounapt. T.
he FBaSn, deicte to thoe ad vi-iroducedito
abcs ner inasery masiterelt thner.it
ner eloquent and irsscive dicre fe
earcy to hour lOengt rep.ale wth at
ientao tive ace n on and jdicitoush
ertoings., he evengs to eecss wtere
thesprse wihouic the etng. CwhichT
.nW.rred. great ceitn itsuelfb ertistic
tlco anner ispervefoantest Atem wthe
it teloun addintruCivedicoater ofy'
earlye back o lth repltes.ite aru
-tpyive tanteah Dson and jincover
rospeouns. cotithe np'rise gatere
monetinge th vers25 meber, Band aththe
unftregeat eitn itelf new tmemrts
ug's reasth Division ha otiuei rermead
limted avaitionume of Kingl Wte Aroy"'
tarjetd ThbOarck rei to thees coun-e
'py nd ste tst wihe Dsoontn is inordery
mou tin to overy5 eers ainde atithn
Steringd afato ubrlfKigAdoo'
arud hsandfa nr~
inter warsfond 'st dird
sponsibijities. Thepiea 6 ehbopi'
.itefnperence is bbhld fpcnj
by A uRI $pei an 'dpEi
vive tihe ~ ~~~ nis r~u
France ;shalI prbet oagap.tfT
wn aacn the.:cobtinent ar
vonchgdal anal-tlae Rd Rettl&ai
Amrcn ites0 ftd ml r, "oa
emnigrationi to br oupV
in Frimnee. The Choleraf idisipparfn
rapidly, though raging in.lJrll nd,-h
west a'nd spaith 6f~whidha are in a'*Ipl1a.
hie condition, The' Aisttiah Parnlameit
in quarrellijg aarlid ri'th~ natithhei th#
fury. The Miuyyits have. ads~~Y
guerrilla warfare, and Po a~ '
. A letter fremforlin states thattin con
uequenceoof negotiations~ withle, Oerman.
imperial. Ministr, a:PruirnEnvny will'
proceed to the United Slates? wholly for'
the iirpose of buytrg beth maling Wei.
sis and steamers, to'be&do~n a nd~I ~teh
A merian officern until thb utiveg aha)!'
be qualified sufficienalj for tipM'~.
The King Holland hasheen ren'd
from the scene of impeding adit ,o
Continent, baving e.gred on t 17thuit
His son, now King William III, sas nr
Landon at the "sim,'but imr I'lstel jno
creded to i diri nini, wee Thbel;
i laapeniaeably asendtaed thea tronie.
The koi-disan* Piine o t o
Chrisopher, di*d in -Pobsenre oWai;
hou~se'-near London, on th ithi ul. N
wyorlde have aB lr nt
The English.journls 'speak vey phighly
of President' Taylorfa wifousage; but' i
not like the -high atiff Ehovement, amd
seem to rely on, ilesuitenriks of heing
gud d h tho Consttutdn-trustlngthat
thtis country may real: t paad i6dbe
prosperous for centaries hen e.
Our town may be really entitled the
town.of "sign." The taste and skill of
our artist, Mr. GRaA, has induced every
meirchant.-lawyer, doctor., hotel.: keeper
and artificer within its borders to "hang
their banners on the outer wall," The
variety ofthe designs Is ha relief to
the monotory ofthe-white extsriors of the
stores, and they serve as a capItal,.diro
tory to instruct the ;tranger, whoemag
now find without enquiry the objectof his
We may boast ofother sliis di which
our town has gr-eat cause to. b# proud,
and at the head of these is the sigrificant
sign of Temperance wic in tthiuvery
moment is the grand sign oc the .irne---.
May it long endure to serve as the gulide
post to point ourwher bouta.. Br.th--byo,
whsile on this subject, let us be .permitted
to add, that WE have nailed'dur owvn
shingle t the plank at the office "ocupied
by the "rmer Editor where we will be
happy to receive new subscribers, comns
munienations ihr former contributors and
uadvirtising favors from the public in gen
The Court has continued itssitn
duaringthe week wjJlindefptigidlp sitg
tion and hias managed to geat strough a
very heavy calendar. The Grand Jury'i
wye are happy to says found, but three in
diotments, none of any impoi-tancor - for
any heinous crimes, whioh 'lpeaks well
for the sobriety and order of the: district
and will cont rast favorably with aty in the
State. The Calendur as we beibre men
tioned was very heavy, consisting as fol.
886 Sumnmary Process Dopket
Up to the hour of going to prests Court
lad not adjourned? though It will not on.
tinaue in session manay da~ys longer.
Trho WVhigs, it i4 staid, htav'qarrie4 the
New York Municipal eldotioh.
Mi o i fIt ila%
aM1 ~ ~~ 06d41i0tersoti
h ti ue rAbd
4 eeneyppg tOs fod hei raansf
tinB cWhle~dthe lk, t "!i
P"- ii-. t A
.bvvIftu ~ fso bn todj
ceo fot po a ner i anecnish
and Aisbear t
crtab'f rearoi with tle.t d oaie
"it ta~bh~ istcoganimal powei
m hs dthefici b d aill'bea
bIadeeofprplontta f h hr
to y m r . aeLLI grnc~joea maeurei
inmin the pubata wab~ ra~ poeg
pur~_jW~ nusgi) Ceisr
Ar k' ham th*4walhna il'i s n
in e Diao w. pr
tend& to prr on ryi ad befi
the vremgijnent en act t~i h
Infomeg the l ~Docrwoglisgine
twoierb Xienna tut on Caighot
staft a. UIU Zet4yaean~eal m an
Th hnd ed lou i r~a
o~pf in~ aiy otes 4oliagn y, !. w er tln.
terdm to mroentso ver ngrod o n 4f
Ohle o'n ilbe 10thisd nt tutv
Whe o'te T Erisqe tate 13azeag
state tha t i i eue t Clem of ii
Whatt foye wii pnlgeae an nstrutes;
Edpwityd Gnote r ucilr, ontendan
Com amgsant H oun tr. n e
' Cs otTR 0E in the tileoflda
new publication~ropsed io Ibissued by
Messrs. l.: E.Grist & Son, t Yeridie,
at 60 oernt per annumn. 1tids tt, bt 4vp.
ted to Literaturefi AV~ duQ6atoa~
*Piofenr CAI.3, otOharleatom r nmr
ly one of ihe bificer otour mte 'Citadel
Acadom'y, and m'ore regeni Profeseor of
Ancient Langnagea in thw' TrsylIvahiani
Omriivesitay, has acceptednthe Pinpyr
of the Kentucky Collegiate. and Military
Institution. ~'- - -
the memnbera fom Gonatitota and N*
Hanmpshirethere he~beihoengleo0ted. jto
the new Congrss 83 Whigs and8Z Degn
norats If them r mng f mnpmbers
shoul4be' poutiad ie samer &s '!pelbre,
there. wouJlbe aWhig rnajbtity i the
Hlousoof 17. Tth8S~eSern i
6e~a anocrtankjorily oI'8'ot 10~
L ARGE Puucuas.-Messrs." AdeNo
Yonng,'.of tii plao,Mei~ie h
ition plantitidw and 'handsi on it, of!.r.
PatrkerQaince,2 iii iinlitv, or2 the
somn of 44,O000"MM 'A aridaY.-d're
closing-their mercantile business withithe
view of planting ioe.- Wilariunt
efze. ~ .' -'
.The 'Florida Argus. of te 29th ult.
says:. Time orops agMarion ourty .pre.
sents a~ very thrivuma appearance, .net
withalanding ik 'f'al le past two aniig.
Fifleen miles'hbelowt tie there'hasn bedn nb
rrcat during thesasol. Cotton has been
blaetniiheth )hole yeared.
'So fraft is iIII deimnd' .r honate et
Oalitnrn~aia e oein of thd g d~ digder
6ih p -oes for thsrUb
n n a . i
tby- W -.- T -a.e-M . .(m~i
elvedIiC $ W1
The Bd i,tt
tenlobpaqus mnaeW& ~c
ordinglypihkeejvn' M. "
oral posntio'ijt~ ~ tM -
ora boilee ,hktM ~
Cfseuwf oe e
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