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THI U MTilBANNER
BY M., 1. PRANChi
1'ODiPt.LA 1RS in advance, Two Dollara
ents at the expiration of six months,
No p Dollars at iiae end of tile year.
o aper discontinued until al. arrearages
6r to unless at tie option of the Proprietor.
dversemento Iniserted at SHVENTV.
"ti r unre. (1i linse or les,
, "-. .untfior. cachi.eta
V Ier~a~nients Oet iie
"to be dise rged
- OE D for a uingle
afne an a single In.
y the same ae new o nes
roan the Aferctiry.
Fjee School Systea
.e-Ce SCh >l system has
'eited. t attentuaion o ur
nd is yet an unsettled question,
hjta.Ije lberty, through this medi
t ing you k few thoiughts
rusal of these num
I tthefeyare entitled to Anly
pa ~4 or MA I would here ob
that thavefurniany ycars bel
- 1ted 0 -ith the management of
a, during whieh time I have had
-.ttr~opprtunity of witnessing the
kings of the-present system; anad
ough , am not among those who
i see- no good iu it., or who wage an
ompromioing warfare against it, as
ingw is, y6t I will not-stop -now to
di uss its merits. buat proedtd to sug
geta substitute .whid apliears, ait least
tq Wtto.be more in accordance with
4 true. plicy.of the State.
Pres ming thit the State in dispens
nger ehdrit in the education of the
doe 11 'coitemapitfe dtig ntfre
than to give a good linglish education.
-She should -take care that she does not
pamper the pride slid- elevate the: no
tions: of-therecipieitr of. her bounty
* bove the ordinairy pursuits of lifi;
ho ilshe has given then an education
hiftmIent for any thing more thatn to
Jrnake them good plantert, mechanics,
ec There is sonmetmes truth int the
goaI 'a little learning is a dangerous
1 have not been unobservant
ivdet thant a youth of- talent,- in
ftr and -ambition,' well regulated
by a& good moral character, having
the foundation of a good Engliih edu
cation, :Will be of the opposite characr
t2r, and. whp will have to engage in
what-is called: the lower avoeaitions
vflife. )t is for 'the interest of such
ihien t tkqStale should direct her
Jegadenlv itr whatever system she
have about as much experience in
Mt rqsing and education of the poor
tRed m men, an u
lighte. to see sonie buil
I e. iate-or charitaible frien a, an re
9tl~backteredit:upon their benefactors,
ve!een others ruined; 'vhose small
,rah had merely intoxicated the
bral a' who would not by perseverence
driin deep .enough to sober themi
again;'. who, too proud to work, were
JpaThrs at store houses, drunakards at
gromg shops, and pests' to society. In
the education (dfehlildreni, it should be
eomemrbered that there is a Charybdis
ast~ well as a Beilla to be avoided. Let
the:State beware, thten, lest she instill
p-ide and laziness itnto her pour chil
dren, while she attempts to raise them
from degraded ignorance. I hope it
-'*l11not .be inferred that I amt opposed
* o the education of the poor; I have
done as much towards it as any man
of mny means, and one oaf the greatest
souarces of mny present delight, is what
lhave done. But what I meani is this.
that the State should adopt a system
that will not leave the chuildrena in a
worse condition than site fund them.
The above remarks are mnere-ly in
tended to prepare the reader ihr the
suggestion of a pilim in accordance
!wito these .vidws, which I promise in a
Atture nuamber. AnnIavLL.
Mn. WnsDTEIn's lA[I.-Colontel
Yuller, editor of' the New York Mir
Por, in a recenit visit to Phyna*tht cn.
'ty,,tbe place of his nattivity, .speaks
Shuis of Mr. Webster's domamn at
*' nthe lawn near thte house.Mr
-ebMer6 Las planted, with his owtn
handu- tiwo- weepinag. elms, in memory
ofis t wo chaifdrewi Kiwatrds and J1ulia.
ft the many beauties of this mugimi
cent farnm of two thtousand acres (a less
omain would not be ini keeping with
tirman who cultivutes it) we have
#0t' space'to write. No ot her fihrm in
the neighborhuod, or elsewhere, that
w-e havo seeng exults in such luxuariaint
crops, sucha magnificent liuits. The
pears upon the-bending trees weigh a
Spound and a- quarter catch! and the
sweling pumpkins are inideed 'some.'
*Tkie ud~ders of the cows trail upona the
grass; thte f'at geese waddle like alder
meon; and the legs of the poor pigs
bend beneath -their 'portly figures.'
Everytilaig abiont the thrmn, as well as
the 'Ftrmer of Marshufield,' is ont a
* eale of magnitude unsurpassed.'
EUL~Ogy ON THE DurKE oF x
LINGTON.--if is stated that G. P. R.
James, Esq., has consented to. deliver
the funeral oration, on the life, charn
ter and public servicesR of the late
Duke of WVellington, beforea the Brit
ish residents.of Boston and their invi
ted guests, at thec Melodeon, ont the
10th of November.
- A new remedy for hydrophobia hats
been found. T1he wound miust he0
webhed with warm vinegar, oar tepid
-water, and well dried. Thenca a
few drops of muriattic acid mutst beo
poured on thec bitten p'art.
TaM KENTUCKY CAVE.--'Coloniel
Croghian, to whose firmily it 'belongs,
aits it rdtof Loni.
E u p4 4 ine twh'tity -d -s -
and at an Anerican > ion hin1
had never isited, .a , at
himle, though liv' n itses
of it, he ha little. le
went the 3 on his return,
and , ek lin to' p"i n
a a ihmily inheritia
ontls' bargaining, I
' 10,000,1 thosigh'sMt
.Was oisered $10.0,000 aSe,
it his will lie e a way
that it must rmi a fatkiily for,
two generation appending its
Cele bdt-y to f' - .-There areiniste
teor hund ieres inl the stiite
A4hree squ miles above ground
though the calve probably runs uinder
ithe property of a great nuaier of
other land owners. For tear ofIthose
who might dig down aid establish an
eitrac'e to the elve oil their own prop
erty, (at man'11s fatrm extending. up to
the zenith dowai to the nadir,) great
vigiaiee is exercised to prevent stielh
subterrainean Sna'svtys anld mensre
mellts as would enable them to sink, a
shalft with any certainty. -ihe Calve
extends ten or tiwelve niles in several
directions, and there is probably ma
ny a backwodsman sitting in. his log
hit witlAil ten miles ofthe caive, quite
iuicoiiselou4 that tle most lashiionuable
ladies and gentlemen of Etroie and
Americ are walking , iIihout leave
under his corn and potatioes.'
Mait. WXKnTEIa's LDiAilar.--The li
brary of Mr. Webster, says the Bostoni
Traveller, is a magnirliint room. On
three sides of the il, extending
from the floor to the ding, were six
plendid library eases, filled with the
vchoicest gemls of literature and 'thle
ablesit piNetins of law, This tavor.
Ite 'Apartment of Air. Webster is
itdorned- with the best portrait of liim
self that we have ever seen; a portrait
of his- so, Major Edtvard Weister.
who died inl the Mexicai war, and al
so a fine portiait of Lord Ashburton.
There is also in this room a bust of
Mt. Webster. Every room ill the
hoise is furnished in the most magnili
Cent style, alid ornamented with busts
and paintings of the most distinguish
ed men oft all ages, any of which
were gifts from the persons themselves
to 'Mr.: Webster. Mingled With these
were porntrutis of Is eAlfdrefi and
Anreong these ivas a small proile, inl
ancient style, of Mr. Webster's not
er, under which, in Mr. Webster's
hand-writing, were the flIlowing words:
'My excellent mother. D. \V.
fOr t ) bC e
posed to 491 ny I'ett ing my ham
remain in the pickle, it is less trouble
to keep it than by any other miethoid
whic tendere foamnd, and it keeps sweet
antedrall summer. ..
Take a barrel, and turn over 'an old
pan or kettle, and bnrin cobs, (1 think
the best,) or hard woodl, fir seven or
eight days, keeping water on the head
to prevent drying. Make a pickle
with eight pounds of' salt, six ounces
saltpetre, two quarts (at Molasses, and
three gallons of' water, to one hundred
pounidv. Hil~ ai iul ski m t he pick Is t hus
prepared. Theta pac'k vowr hiama in
the bnarrels, and when the pickle is
cold, pourli it, on to the mencat, aind in
four weekcs you have excellent .ham,
v'ery tendleri, ad well smaoked.-lbu
SAI Istsecr PnoMv -rreaux.i( Ao.
A calse ill ble inivest igated bielibre
A Id. lza~ d t his miiin lg, ganowing ouat
of' the lbllowi~ing circuumstances : A laud
aged( abaout 141 years, ian i'aopted sonl oif
Mr. David Simon n, r''siding in South I
street, above Secoild, waistickledr by a
youing lawyer ntamed Alkicson, a few
days ago. iar sonme alleged oflence r'e.
specting a baok. .it lappeairs thiat thme
lawtyer, ti'om tall ac'countis, to pnii-h the
bioy held him a fast het weenl his knee,
and cmmnenced tieklIing him i in var 'einus
I ar'ts of the bodtay. Thie lad struggled
to get away, and1( ini sio dingl stri' ed
t'hie siniews of1 'ole ofit his legs andu alsoa
bruised. the flesh. In :a shiort time after
t his he was taken ill, lie Iimb I being
lack, antd several maedical gentlemren
wvere called in, amilong' whomi was l'ro
ibssor Mutter. Ani opinion wtas et'er-ci
tainied yeCsterdayv t hat the bruised tand
stajined himanb wiill have' to lae amipu ( ated,
in order to save the boy's lif'e.-Pa~t.
Sun of Fr;iay.
Usei.r. TPot's Ca.nus.'-iIns Yorikei,
in his letter to thea BulIletiin, lhus
writes (of this mcist trashy anid dis
gusting fhrago of' lies aund lnmn"ense,
got up in aL poor imiitaition of' the
French flashy style of Madamna Dude
"'I rad Uncele T.lomi's C'abiin, becauise
I rcead every' t hing which is popul11 ara,
tand becauise I siaw that it shiouhl be
uinder'st'ood in its true light. Its ere
unadies of style, its want o'in f'ormat ion
on, general subIjects,4 it's ext ravaganees
of nar'rativye, its absuirdi ties otplot, aund
its falsities (of statemient, lire to he
enlled in every chlapter; and1( yet its
stuff is ini nearly every Northern
househoMd'. My colay has beeni puin.
lied, as all trash should he, through
the mnediumi of a tongs and anthlracite.
It wvas selling eonormouusly', too, in
Enigland, until the judiciaaus review ini
"Always be prepar'ed for' death.''
This was the admnonit ion of' a Missionrni
elder, as lhe placed in his son's belt
two bowie kniives janid a paijr oft re
H T7.4 DITOR.
ntoba) c r 16, 1852.
pne."I ntn rbiIthern can tie no
. qi s4 ntM n; g t amnong those,
aetrue ;t er; o ti-Msch'atfr made up their
not to be slatves; that 6 if we should lie
tola hne und subnissiun
C-a snoius.-k tauo, ~uZ~~
1 To do that. cancert of action must be neces
ry, not to sfre the Uinion. for at would then lie
too inte, but to sure oursrr . Thus in my rice,
concert ts the one-thing neiiof.."-CA nutiL.
What is the remey ? I ansrer secrosion,
,whnafed secr jsfon 4f the slavaholfiing Staten,.or a
lare nusbernei them.. ah I,, i-ie will bIe risc
nothing else wall be practicabr."-Cu 1vEy.
- CommUientions intended for,
the Baner- must lbe handed in on or
before. Saturday mTiorTtjing, and those
iv di-ig u ils ith ll etiienients ,vill
pleIs let ts ulve thet "at least liv
8 o lock oil Monday.
3Io.A. Hleary S. Foote.
Tihe Senate of Mississippi we learn
from an .exehnige, lias re ibsed to re
ceivo the vote of .eensure passed I
tlRt body on HENaY S. Foor, IeIse
of his support of tie Compromise
nicasures. When the resolhitiins and
instrietions from the Legislatunre was
presented in the United States Senate,
Mr. FOOTE took "eension to say, that,
the. Legislaturi-e hald mistaken tile opiln.
jon attd piblie seitincit of the F.Cop!I
of that State in refercnce to the subject
they had t<Tertakeii to instruect him
upon. Mr. FOOTE Went homO and
discussed these JIiesuiCs. The issne
bctween him amnd the J.egisature was
sulmitted to the people for discussion
through the huulltit-liix, and it was
plainly manuifest that the wisdom of
the Legislature was mistaken and
IENRY S. FOOTE mistained. Now it
would seem that a cehsuro slioid be
visited-on ifnl-party concerned, because
th'ey hnirerpresenfed thle people of Mis
sssippi, no one Cal doilt where that
ecnsuire ought to rest. We have never
entertained any very exalted opinion
of the political reputatior of' Mississip.
pi's late Senator or for his course in
relation to the amicable adjustment of
the late difference between the - North
and South. but let honoer lie given
to whom hotior is due, and let censiture
here it is deserved. Foo-r has
n1olati1o, while restinr
?Tl4asiagtoaI . Fiur~ieIel
It may he recolleetLed, that during
tile exciternent (If the Calitbrnia discus
sLion, an iinst rument of' wit ing purport
ing,? it rt.eollection lhe nlot at thuimlt, to be
thme original draught of thaut v'enerablle
political doeminen t, "Ihie .Farewell
Address " iln thme hanidwritingp oft W Asum
rIa-os, wvas exhiibited at the seat of
the l\ederal (Go vernment'it, aumh sold fori
ai conisidera'uble sum, to the highmest, bid
A late pullication ini a Nothermi pa
perio tlie aut1hrity~r of a so of Gen.
Unmros ipreers a c2limt to the Oelu
sivye auathiorship ofi the " A tdri'iss "' for
Srolm the fauct of a draught of it, ini is
hatndwrmitiing hainiig been dis. overe-d
amnong thme IU.umi.ros pa'pers. Cutn
temiuporanteous exposition mn 1a.pssibly
ebn-eidata the sublject.
,1ErE~o in a letter to dTudge
JoUnssO, of Siouth Carolina, of the
1 2t.h of' J une 1823, publhishued in the
t.icrsponde-ne edited by ' ItlTAms JFF
FeaLsos luxown~, Esq~a., remuairks:
" With resplect to Is litrewell ad
"i dress to thle aut horsh~lip of which. it
"seems1, ther re t con~uflicting chainms, I
" state to von sonme Ihets. ile had de.
" termnined to decliuie a re-elect ion at
" the e-nd ot his first term, andI so foir
"determined, that he had~ requested
"Mr. Mamsos50 to prepar-e ir him a
"valedictory to lie addressed to his
" constitienits onl his reti remenet. Thuis
"''l was0don ; buat lie was finailly persuia
"de~d to acqjuilesce in a stecondt election,
to wluIa, itI (one inure streiuntl
" pressed himt~ thian mytself fro a'Ii
" coniction oft the imipoIrtancte of
"st renugt hinlig b y longer hiabit, lie re
"spect necessairy liir thalt oflie, which
"thne weight oft his eb (larne-ter, only
" could eflt-et. W hent at thle endi oft his
"second temt his vale-dictory caine
" out., Mri. MamsIon. reco~gnisedI iln it
"several pasae of him driaught, sev
"eral oIthers we wer-e satisfied we re
"fromt the pen of' UnamroN, andi oth
" ers from that of the President hint
"self. TIhese he probitualy lint into
"the hlumds of lAMILrON to tohrm a
"whiole, and ben-iee it many appear ini
"I~umm.rox's hiandwr-iting, as if' it wer-e
'"tall oft his coinoposit ion."'
VTe hypostausis is well preserved.
JrEnSRon's staitemieit Whiile it, nega-.
tives the claim oti hIlmToN to exclui
sive ant horship, at least, does nut miii
tai against~ the claimi of W Asmttie toN
toshe originality of the position In
S ti '119 tho id valed' to..
ry - nat the resi
cone d that tli -iautho of a an
addrI would i! trally va-s est.
ed .mselvo ,hi4 si an0
comprehensive understanding is equal
ly probable; and that the intercom
munication with the members of his
:eahiiet nentiotned, in th4 itiatur ,*t 'sI
pr6shmdible, of'calling fihforlhationg
ini detjiteentvieged *wittjhrsn;
departments, and its subsequent adop
tioia'nfiid lifei e'6 t7"t& eifidenkinl and
accustomed organ of oflicial cunsulta
tion for embodiment, it is to be regard
ed as no morethan-the supervisor do
velopment of an original conception
(even upon the typothesis that the
doeuniiht stated to have been sold at
Washington City was spurious) lip.
pear to be inferences equally legitimate
from the premises. PFIcLss is not
the less. reputed. the founder of tleu
Parthenon, in that he approved and
completed the designs of PHiL'is amid
contempornry. architects; SHIAESPEAhE
not less the chief drImatists, .in that
he lis borrowed the plot aid main in.
eideiits of several of Ihis plays from
Italian story. Sco-rr not the less the
chief of modern poets, in that lie has
given ".a local habitation and a name"
to the tradi'ioiimry' legends .0 his na
tive 11111d), in immortal song. W L-.
LNOTON not- less the cotiqueror of
Waterloo in.that lie approved and di
reeted'. the 'conibinuations of subordi
nates in subservience to a g'nd and
liarmorioulfult. Nor-h it iimnrb1a
ble that ITwo may have retained
a copy among his ptipers for his own
satisfaction.doubtless, as has been al
.0 -We republish the albhive on ie
count, of seteral errors which ocurred
TS IIIOALII OF OUR CITY.-The
Coluinbia S. C. Palmetto State Bani
ter, in its issue of Saturday evening,
regrets to hear that. the few . days of
warm weather litely have brought, out
other cases of Yellov Fever in Charles
ton.-We would refer our frien a of the
Bainer, -t> the weekly report of thei
City . Register in our columns this
morniiing fron which le will perceive
that the 'rriitality for the week has
been imusually small-in fact, -npre
eedented, we believe, at any season;
and although the item of Yellow 1.
ver has t0, figure eight attached to it'
yet we Are, ssured by Dr.. DawSon,
at the Vietnggo~
aliseas' wei e all old eases ai ti
1 iewea hlave oecured at all d -
mng t iidg
Of le ,atlves who haver di
-we -age tteider t wo year's, onie
aged . egyig'oe, and one' seventy
y'ears;- indeed, as we have bjefore sta
ted, Char'lestost is unusual ly heal thy,
anid Dr. Dawso.n author'izes us to state
that lie conscienitiously believeso that:
st rangers v'isitinug our city incur' ni'
risk whai~tso evdur in so doling; al though
until a. I'''t takes plaice, he thinuks it
possilek thuat so me sporadice ase's tma
occiur amn ugst t hose iuacimatr' jrr
eignuer'a who have resided iii the city'
lhrounghouit-the' prevalence of' thle epui
demiie, anid have the seeds of the dis
ease already ini them.--T'he rain. how
ever, t hat f'el1. yosterday, together with
the cool w'eatheri t hat t'ollow~ed it, has
tended itiuchl to.purniiv the atm 'Spherei,
and1( it kIs hopedi that a f'ro st will spe'edi.
ly occur. in the icanlitiuine we would
advise outr counutry fr'iends tnt to put
ilici t cr'edlence in the repo rts thaitit
ar'e cit'eulated so' industriously thiroughi
out the counmtry to the rejudice cof
Chle~iston. As pubillie journalists, we
have ai dluty to pf)'ormi tothle comm
ii ty at. large, as well as to ouri city.
and we shall bever, we trust, lhe guilt,
ol' sacrificing thei saftety of the for'i'
to lie intci usts of' the hitIer.---\h:I
ever' we state as to health of' the ei'J,
we do on the authoirrity of' those med ;-.
al mena who -ar'e qI ualified t~o givie in
iioniui oni the sutbject, antI whhe
standing in their pirofe'ssbonr enti' es.
them to lie ili est cntidencee ofi lie
F i: :s .urmtn.--We regreb , to
p er'ceiv~e by) the .Jourinal, that lie 4si
deuce of' thle Misses Lang, in (a in
was dIestroyevtd by lir'e on last '5 e. lasy.
Th''le dwelling houses of Mi's.' n 'aces
L ee andt~ io' Dr. JIosephi Le'c 'Ce inI
great danltger, but by the extI' >r<i'ar
exertions oft the citizens wer su ed
lTm: lilnn Ga~ Hlun lou.--On
Satuiirday ev'ening last w' tad brief'
inter'viewv with Mr. C</rry, w~ ii had
just i'eturnued from a/ to r of re -onnoiis
se(', exmnitding f'rom; 1this ec to
the North Catrolina lie, in w') ich it is
proposedt'i 't'd locate 'the Ihaymn Ga~up
liailr'oad. le repoirts tho 'route as
extendiling thr'oughi a valuah e section
of country;' aml offe'ring f'ew imnpedi
tmenits to a speedy anmd permaniienit
co nsftruct io n of thle road.. lIe ailso
('on1irnI.S t he annioucemnent made i
one paper of Thur'sday '.hat Stu mp
I louse Mounitai had heedm pas's'ed at
a ma~ximoum grade oif 5:3 feet to
he milen. AMr. Cjorriy will or'gaize
inediately a gorps of enigineers for
he purpol'(se ofC iakinig an iinstrmient
al survey as fid' asa the North Caro
lina ine. Thie proposed1 route leav'es
Noirth Ca:r'lina in the Valley of' the
Little 'lTen ~e andl follows that
river to it i re tiot w'ith the main riv
er. noirsieni m most direct course to
TIese liiets give a n ot a th
abun Gap enterprize, and limlre
esolmd upo nak the nflectio
ith eN I this oute and
arouse from the lethargy that lhas
so long crippled her energies, and will
build her portion of the road; and C:81
we doult as to euesse'? Our J g
ly one half of the amot' relini1ed.
the id rendered by Charleston in
builing the N. and C. R., R; and thus
the meuans- is provided and the
work will go on. This done, mid
Chatutngiga is#. ipdepd. fihe focal een
tre.tf a4 vast systdin'6f conliecting
rd.-Ch futtaova. A di.
From the Suth Carollinian.
Governov. ad s0n1aor.
A t t he recent Session of the Legisla
ture, which wasconiven'ed fir the-spe.
:cial purpose.f easting the .ote of the
State f;r President 0tlhe crimdidates,
both Gens. S(oft and Tierce..have de.
clared themselves in Jivor. of the eom
promiso ait, iiand tleretio, neither .f
thgemi are aeceptable to tii Pfop1o of
South Carolina; but iii (liosiiigthe
least of two dvils, they hae 6tfd fr
Pieree and King.'qt the saietine they
did not endorse the so-calldd comprao.
mise net. The next and thost impor.
tant duty is yet to be acted-ipon at
6ur regiii'm Session of the Legislature,
and that is the chIoice of 'a Governor
and Unite.d States Senator. As to the
eleetion of Governor, it is 111t. imipor
tait that he should be a politiciani, hut
a man of p, sition, dignity and sound
jiudgment. I sugge9 the millic of one
who p)osseSss all of these refinisites to
a very high degree. I allude to tle
Hon; 1Judge Evans. Yet I ani aware
that it till beti urged against him as a
bad anid dIaigermifs precedeilt to leet.
a Judge to aniy ofiee during their con
tinlnanee in office as it may. cripple
their independeine aid contiribute to
atliet the purity of the ijidiciatry; more
over, tIle lawyers will or naiy li in
duced to take sides an anit in' their
promotion, or stand prejudiced beoire
them on their cireiul. In the event of
at defeait, self.preservation .ts .well as
policy will drive the bar to the sup.
port of the J udge to anty oflice th it
they miay seek after. I trust, however,
that the Legisltture will int he influ
enced by any such sopllistry, as.1 am
told that his Iionor designis retiring
-from the law bendi very soon iat any
rate. ie las n grown old, uinl 1ti's
Wion i ir himiself high distiieiion as a
.1 idge; and I hope the Legislature ninv
be uniianitiitiois in cmiferiig iion liri
this compliment in the evening' of life.
For Uiited States Senator, t re
in'res thu inturest cunideratioumr4e.
gardless of part 4kLe lanad
4-.-skilled qriq c AC o vner
41-Vn emeO Hoy -a i- 1. I
)(ases inf i~t the qi itj
ties n 3r yto VIjit'r+ohifealie
It Ias t%~ 'Itaive heard IIt airgu'd as an
object;iim'to himit that he was horn ad
raised a Virginaian, of a Whig anid
~Federat ifamiily, and thiat the marjor
portiin of his estate is in the .State of
Lo'uieirana, uund largely interested in the
.prot.dnehion of sugar, antd. that e ie'ust
possa mre. t.an ordiinary pattiotismt
to sancrafice his parivatte interest to sus
taini t'ie policy of an adopate I Staite. I.
do itt--I hope thle Legislat ure witll nt.
-enfeCrtaini aiiy such li prjudaice. It is
true Coal. Preston is a \'irgiian,. but
le ' an mnarried and settled in Sonth
Car/lina~ yelars agao, and is identified
bet i in fielinig and politiles.
.ru Fromith Charlttn, 8:nn.Ihud.
Mu iiT tn A-a thae periNI fhr t ihe
elf-et~ain of a Untited States Senartor is
r ar-t htaind. anid as it is naow wellI
nonwho will comipose the bodly (the
_egiitre) byv whom the select iaon
will lbe mnate, pearmit a suabscribher to
y our valuable pa per, to suggest through
its co lumnias, the inae of thle .allin.
. amnes L. Orr, as a gentleiman who
would fill that dist inguished pos'5tioni
anid representt the State- ini tha eixaltedl
capjascity wtithI honoit-r anid distinction.
Anid while we woauld thus exhibit our
praefeurence or partiality, we disclaimi
aity dleign' air intetion ~i to disp'arage'
io tu-rrate tlohe merits or abi lity' of
ot her dlistingiuished ciitizaents, aready
thlbre t he pu litc for that tiflice.
Th'lat C2ol. (Orr possesses an intelleet
af the motst brnhiiant order,-that lie is
enidowevd with a poilitical saigacity and1(
inageniuaity, at onice peniet rat ing andc scru
tiinizing,-tat lie is aictuated antd con
trolled by a boba!, vigorous, andio inde
jpende'n/co-urse ottfldet;--in ptolitical
as well as civil life,-mutst lie evident.
to all who have observed his late re
niowned-a anid evenatful caireer in the
Ilhalls of C2ongress. UCombined with
the above, Cot. Orr, lay natture is bless
ed withr a ebairacter which fibsers aind
enicourag.es the warmest and strongest
social anid prsonal at tachmitents; and
an energy and zeal wIch ebialtlenges
all oppoinsittin, anid breaks dlown all
Time Chsester Court.
A ft er the recess of --the Court ofi
Comm aon Pleas, art Chestervihlle, which
emb lraiced onie dayi 11 in half, viz, the
whole oft Tunesdaly tad till 12 o'clock
oni Wedniesday, the banlance of the lart
ter day was tatkena up in heanring three
or tmour cauises oft assault and bat tery
and one for trading with a slave. All
the parties wiere found guilty, biut as
ntone of the offences, charged appeared
to lbe onie of' an aiggravated natunre, we
dleema it improper to give any further
notice of them.
On~ Thursiday, the whole day was ta
ken up ini the htearing of two eases; and
both of themi wer-e againtst the Char
lotte & S. C. Rlailroad Company, for
th land taken hiv the Comnanv in the.
4Wab ia ppeal, oftbhelarid o
er, from1 the less tli
:nissioners who had - not to
value the land tliken. -n' firs e
four acres of land hiid been en, . eh
was valued at fiveolla ner' d
thfe whoele tract contail ' abot 10
hundred acres. .Tho Comn iissioners&r0
ported that the rest of tffe land of the ap
pellant, was incretsed inl value, by the
.Rol rut]lingithryttght' , o:ie d4iNug
p er sere, ii bl woiod pike 4loton'
liusdred do la-s; aiid that thei-efbre
t he appollnthad- received utvbnefit'in:
steid oft* being damaged' by the Road.
trom this report an appeal was taken.
Much iestimony -Was introduced by
both plo-Yes; and -the case was arguicd
at length by Mr. )WeAliley . for the
Compallniy, and MAesrs. Dawkins aid
Melton for the appellanit. After n
atble'-id-' iiry" Iffid'eb6hns " , f nid,
presidiiig Judge;; Bon. D .WarfjaW,
tie Jury lhund Twenty-one'dllars and
twentV-fivo cents fbr the appellant---Ont
(of Which verdiet, nothing le.s tianinJi
ner a reasuiiable Counsel Yee. Qui.
ry, what does either pairty g daby"the
The second case was preti nearly
the sane, in principle,. a the irst.- - Ii
it, however, the quiantity 'offand t6kei
*was eight ieres, and -it wAs more ail.
liable; -also there Was a lot si - mLi:Lril
acres severed. by t Rsi. d i'oml tlw
4other portion of tih.t", ji mli' a
way as to renider it. of little oa
ite- to fihe cowner.. 1I . tiis case '.the.
Culm llissioniers4 ittp- ed Aih diinnigss
to the land to hf1it liv dollars.
From whih assessiieit the hind oin
er apptnled. -
Thi ene was managved by th.ae
gentlemen that arkned the oither tind]
was heard at great length -consunming
the entiire afternoin and. t.veniiig till
aboit half, plst . Stelv toci'ek. The
verdiet of t he Jury haid mot beenl
publishied, betore we left the next
M4i Honor, Judge Wardlav-. pire
sides vith great lbility and impartial
itv, is it bright ornament to - the ju
dieiary or the State and is ihst wtinnino
his wly to popular ~enilenee snit!
distiiction. lie applies hinmelf :tA
his duties with an energy ofsi it:, that
clearly mninifests i devotion to thum
which cannot be excelled-ai-nee wei
regard biivi as nle of tle imost. Iithful
Mid useful public servants iii the Suite.
From the retutrils we sum up lie re
stilt fir electors of Presjient.aid Vi ce
)resident as f'bl.'ws:
Marland, - 8
Deaar * -
New Y'ork - 5
Maine :. - -
New Hamps hire - -
Ohin, - 28 u I1
.Michigan - 6
South Carolina 8
M~aimniuet tq -J
Rhiode Islandl ~ - 5
~enituceky - -12
New JerSer 7 -
Miissoutri - 9 -
indiana - -, 13 -
Illinois - - I I
Ahlbamna - 9
Mississippi - 7 -
"enniiesseec - 12
'North Carolinia 10 -
1.ouisiania - 41.
A rkanisais - 4
"exas . - 41
WVisconlsin - -- 5 ' -
Imva . - 4 .
Flori'da - - 2
'Georgia - 10' -.
C'nlitbriiia - 4 ....
To'tail, - 278 . 18
As l~sus.ul. MacmINE., (oi 'ht
ienco.-lt is stated that, (on tile eveni
ing oft thle 18thl tit, a - luau, whose
identiy hais not been imadu out, ema
phoyeul a bacekrimnn at the Park to take
him to the F'ultoni Ferry. GiOn their
way down. the peso stopped the
backmn atthe Heruald. oflice, and
asked lhim to dliver a .package. The
biackmaln (lid ias he was requested, an1d(
left in the Uerald oflice a 'slmaill
runid box. Tfhe box was subsequient.
1 y handed toi Mir. llenniet, the editor oC
the I eraid. It was, as is said, mark.
eu as follows "NativeC silver and1(
copperF (re fioim thle Cuiba mloutinis,
with letter inisidei the box. For
James5 Gordona Bennet t, . proprietor
and14 editor. O.llice, N. W. corner of'
lIto n anid Nassau streets. Priv~ate
and with care." Accompanying the
box was a card, an which was prin
ted with a pen as follows: "Senor
V. Alcazor, of Cuba, fhr Mr. Bennett,
who will call oin his return to
the cityv." The outer envelope being
reumovedi, the llowing inscription
wals read(: "Specinmens andlo private
dloom inenits from the initerior oft Havanai
for- Mr. Bennett (nnily.) Should hie be
oult of town, keep for him. islanid otf
Cuba, Se~ptembther, 1852."
As the box could not be readily
openled, Mr. I ludson, oneC of the edi
tors oft tihe Ilerald, who wats present,
miade aii incision with a knife, when
sonie black gratins of' some hard sub.
stanee tolled out upioin his desk.-These
grainis proved to be powder, and
a subseg nent ilnvest igatioln proved that
the paper box conitained a quiantity oif
explosive powder, pellets of' paiper and1(
f'riction mttlcs, so placed' as to
ignite whent the cover oft tile box was
turned rounid. It is supposed that
mnischietf was intended, thonght none
resul ted from1 thes torpedo.-K
It is said thlat about *100,000 in
bets, changed hands in Pittsburo. on
thet Prelsideu~th~d electioni. -
It Iuelficaldqiu4 4 I.
-the ikevernl 1)istri'to , all
*NCIt of titg"gabia
"ofi.I lhe two-Ucig
'and lower) of tic StaC o'oi~j*
it preservem to cadIh *:'ttQ ?V
j)1la1, asthmre 01-,'will' lie t-,-~Ttjifiii~
atindtim-d to Ibehieve'a
just ad as judilv4s 1 art'~j
At.~r'*.t n, iei do 1
I.arrield I fjon pr~iton is
hN4,herra do d I-4
Mia arg, doY, "1,4. dd .p
(.. iiton ('d16"l fn~tivn. 7
aii, d d
Ch W-es Feet pos,
1~ o , 1,r -!
gtme I)t, do do
1rieo do ittilo
thepnt)~i~nr proie r