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4 1R. 1c4,"
7f*i'taste for. hor
Ve e. tiat a f.
.rue h'm' o leau
it the free school
Y-our readers anr
. cy ch0e, and
, fdpr ei if -they
ip to ,create s much
Ir spre hours as the
th~ecorate his brick'
aico in the motropolip..
nere -ornament, in- t he
fd 4eeapanjnd so
btiy .ls and &)wer.
A-ten persons if sense
i geraniums or fuschie,
k. . e6 jour rich cur
ta mirrors. - And out
ye -,t watld never be at
ngfaint., 'cornice or
3 11.4isitantiy arrested by.
nNesqe'of a native creeph
dikbgCous outline of an
Cadmire that simple .lit
th 1t graceful trees,
vdod1 "The rines,
i whilek they conceals
t re tiuing lawn, gem
h rbery-and ,sparkling
it at walk with a
turf or natural ones
epg and alL suited
the tasteful, owner.
ren able to lift ,the .veil
it'eA ithN,shav you
rn4~'ofin rd trne icappi
ardi.t t-e iriki s
~u~pI h4ev-h'y enjoy?
i in time Aid money'
a-great pile of
t~ ~a~1 hd.:thrren of
' r.piiiitonthe wallis
...U6ror bihtiw than the
yideem"thils huge abortion
Wa*t'idf architeedural taste,
016ho built; that dwell
a 4M''thse who
hi of potatoes
6 ebls, andi would; soorner
iJn thaimplart a beautiful
YariPioruna.-- A cor
Sto'the 'New York Home
A~sspolis, gives theo fol.
W idr of ttie hidiana As
* iaffr Ai~ 'Asembly, or low.
illa theo Senate Chamnbel,
~4lIby ehormous pillars
duir the semi-circe of seat.
o~ U4the appear; nee of the mrwm
l to call .attention. Of the
v er e'v~ty present, six or
like well educated, -intel
~~;~bouttwenty appeared like
14Ifarmers, while the rest,
r~Iet~ Were designed by na
* myting bnt legislators. One
- lnyoung gent was strutting
i~'ihi4h coat out at both ei
e?~ rsowed'a wide streak of
l~diis body, where his vest
3 e~iot' ilhr his pats; sever
?4 stldiimehow strangely
yp-of briks;ndJ a majority
Iisuire, will find their wash
nallart' of their expenses.
~.f'1oke perseveringly; so I
~hiki sa rule of the house.
kin their mouths were
&1thtiobacy, so that
fiiia& -lost. .1 witnessed the
iiidt of the afternoon ses.
~4young man, un~shaven and
6j t4red awkwardly up- to
* e1l# s chair, with the everlast
6 anI'ews4paper, and seating
co>~nfortably, withihis feet
ajes Lh.en, giv'ng two, or
~1etdok, his cigar from his
1i% 2~Idthe -house to order.
Ki imotice, l . called
4 eA~ dome'within the
~ ~t thirds of the members
tJiilves in9 their places,
rbpfe'J ghimng, ehatting,
h~~tnie .a11e. around the
e~~CPtty' soon -the, boots,
nwle pegd," began :to
en e appearane on the desks,
d isAppeared behid - riws.
r &ncoMfih 4 found in sight
- 00for$y eads. I do
*wut th~~i ia err way: of vo
09(I~ usth& a. p arty. :ote
- X~f ai4 h'I uit af any
re ne lea majority of
*j~'~JlL *After, iiin
ti ~o m~sess,
tj i mrul Wan "ee.
.*, -grc are-,rous :ts~
but there are none. Yes, he who 'nI
i1ne past was wont to fare sumptuous
ly, and to grierble over greater dai
cacies thaj were pil. 6 efoi -
now -suitfs with gladness.ihe iiLaranoe
of pork and. be;ans; and gn:khe. hi3
teeth impatiently at a' frying slapjack.
Ile bolteth.a raw o'thip wit hypeak
able a idity., Potato- kins' fear. his'
presence, beef vanishes from. before
him, and dogs look in vain, foi the
bones. le sighs t'ur the flesh pots of
Egypt, and sover theebarrennesi
of the Vand:. In his'sleep, heverthela"
,tbe good angle of the past .deigns to
visit him, and delightful visions are
opened to his recollection,. of a. deli
eicpu4s 'bill of fare' floats' beforb the
mind of the dreamer and he orders
'oysters and terrapin for six,' only to
awakeri' ti infernal slapjacks and, mo
All this bath thy servant endurd.
Is he not a foul, an abomination in the
-sight of wisdom? And dispenseth her
favors? Yet sho has deserted mae. I
approach her, ,and Fhe fleeth! 'I double
on her trail.' and she turneth awsy I
Avait her coming, and she stands still?
I secret myself in her path andl seize
hr 'unawares! But she glideth of'f as
though I had caught a hog by his
gieosed Iail! , Sictransit, I:exclaim, Ai
with a sick heart I revile poverty and
Loare not these evils, and where
fore, should they be visited on thy
servant! Surely he hath not sinned
as other men, sinneth. He" hath' notr
nove ed his ieighbor's -x, nor assNnor
man servant, nor his m'd servant
for be 'it unknown -nte) thee tliht thero
are no maid servants here . uhd
abided by the %Laid the Prophts,
bUt.the profits haWqgno abided-by'ini.
N6wis, therefore, I reiounbe' .'th
diggings- asqnmato1e hesepe
sses--I 'vamose~'the ranch'-I tk
!-Iput out--I go-. Sdperl itht
seri r, proyjn#; Akig io
ass6 h e slr.,W of hy .ervaiW
willbeWaving in the. breezeof the
-Nevada. A''reurnaunt;'bfit will be
nailed ipon ihe top f'tio highest
in6untain that leer'osses, as and :em:
blemi of the extremity to which a msan
'may be reddeed in this land of Ophir.
But think not, Oh! Elisha, thailI would
rend iny garinent for this alone. Veri
ly, I say unto thee, an evil cenious
hath long persued me. She followed
so close upon mny footsteps that every
thread and fibre of my shirt are famil.
iar to her eye. And if in her pursuit
of mae,' she should gaze upon this relie'
in the 'solitary fiatnesses of the moun
tain, she will at once recognize it, and
believing me to. have been torn anid
destroyed by wild beasts wvill retrae
her step, anid thus I will-'escape hier.
I go hence Elisha, m1.t-the town of
Sonora where it has bees prophosied
that. thy servant will heal the sick, and.
prosper wir h amazing prosperity. As'
Moses reared the serpent in the wil
derness, for the children to look upon
and be cured of their infirmities, so will
I elevate moy tin amonig the Gentiles,
that the~y may gaze upon it and be
made whole. Thecir offeringsi ofgold
and silver will be acceptable unto me,
and if they live not afterwards, perad.
venture they may find treasure in
The Board of Trade of Baltimore
are taking such measures for the clean.
ing and deepening of the ship channel,
as to lad to the beliuf that, by the' pe
riod that the first, steammier of the new
Liverpool line can be ready fur sea,
the channel will be "in an improved
'condition of affording 'the increased
depth of water that may he needed to
insure her departure. The steam dredg
ing machine is finished, and also the
ten lighters which are to receive ' and
discharge the mud and. sand taken
from the channel. A suitable steam
boat, for towing the 'dredge and light
ers to their .positions, has been pur
chased and all the preparations are
converging to the final and much de
sired point of actual operations.
INFORMIATIO.-In consequence of
-numerous inquires froim persons- re
.uiding -in other States, we republish
an article which appeared in our col'
umans some weeks since in reference to
long cotton. We add the following
replies to additional queries in a let
ter from an Alabama correspondent!
The best wild lands sell from $8'to
12 per 'acre for hammock lands unim
proved. We believe about ten acres
to-the land, besides provisions crop is
usually cultivated, the number of bales
to the,land will depend on the quan
tity. of land cultivated, pine-lands are
more easily ,..worked than hammock
uads' and 'morea'cres canb.he.cultiva
td~ bi he product is les.2 'We sup.
two thr 'bale erhand'
e~~Iwouldar ' Mey juez
i eeed to vsa. i m. s i
ati G a tot
da" Thethe e Ndy nj
~past :hen we shouiVd'look-i
tributcwior ei~s. HIehaiditib r.
n99th o'.a warrwr, a slayehodfer p
n-Ait Cailtan H~oeE.-;4e'Th
;Annjversary. of, this.-pharitabqre. in
.ItutiQ4* 'was gelebiated i0i Smiti
day,. tfe il~'t.dS.'Phi111p,
Church. DilInd service was redIb
the Rey. P. G. .eddn ,i. D. At
lklquent anu beautifu discourse"-i
delivered by the Rev. Dr. Davis Bish
op elect of ,theDiocese. ,The annua
report was rdad bytheSecretajf, frai
which we lerri that the Institiatfonha
now, 14- :orphat girls and '10 .adilti
that it btRyperty rth sona*16,
000, and owes' a ebt of 8,400 av
that it has a fair prospect .6reOuijIsIq
a widely 'useful Inutitution 1i
present omleer.. aie f
resie "Thelei ft li
Chaplain and, ecretary--Theo e.v
Trustees-Toe Rey. Me ssrS*:'Dhoni
Howe and 'Campbe1, Hon D 1E
Huger, Dr. I. M. -Cipbell, Judg,
,Frstr- IIon.. Wm. Aiken,XCol..X F.D
White, C. D. Carr, 'esq.; Win. -Pat
ton, esq., 'and J. K. Sass, esq.
Collection a the drs $
incident. relaaed in the. Apaprit m mbe
of the Ladies 1%epositrary,6showsba
babies in cmI, are nut always re
girded a i'aan~es. There 'ise SAor'ne
thi very touehiig 8hout Iit
1friJugget Vt frf n
ftma sys.he .was.r ne qi
gregatiosi of Brdoihir ,
babe n the a.rmpbaIti
to cry A th*gso nuia- ]
gt, sam CO)egtomteA~
thatt)W e rgi
own. lt,:s per th1 uw
lo many a m~aji 'ts, Ir ,e.
long. tine agR h. n tave* .o
his distart. home.' Tfhe. i 'et' wa
instantanediIs 'and poweifal, anid
large portioan 6l the congregation melt
ed into tear.
PaCTzoae C'OY-It i~ e. ra~
gance and imnpro.iddee, and noth.in
else, which kee the'laboring elnssc
i the .power of'capital." St saysfth.
indefaitigabic Mrs Swisshehsn, and s
we implicitly bulieve. Every mna
thinks him self as good, to say? th
least, as ev.ery other man; ",ih~
to p rove the fae' he rsolves to live a
well1; in conse.uncee of which ain6st a
our poor people wear broadloc~h and
pateat leath. eat rich 'dinners, amre
combhinationp, 1hin and' hoiest' mei
should combaie ti 'promote tii
THE CALIFORSJAI11RvE'.-The &ud
vices fronm Cal ifornia to the"7th Mai
state the farmers there were tlmin buss
in cutti'g anid curing their grAss, -thi
eop of which is- very abundant. Th<
grain harvat~ would conimence ir
adout a fortniiglet, and continue "fo
nearly three montL3. Wheat, hbar
ley and (jats promise an a~ada:.
erop. Potatoes had advanced, to 14
cents per lb. by thre quantity. On
ions selling at 45 a bO centa per lb.
by which tiarmers would get. thre
hundred dollars cash 'for five ordinar'
sized gunny baga uf onions. #25 pe
100 lb... had been oilbred for 1,004
Beeves, to be delivered in lots bj
January 1st, but the holder asked an<
ggp A gentleman of Prince George'
County, 'Md., purchased ,some meal a
B~densburgs, or Tuesday, with whiel
he fe~d his fouir horses.. In ashort'tiin<
t~hreie of them di.'d, and the fourth wa
not expected to live. Another gentle
man in the village also purchase d somr
of the meal, and fed his hogs and pool
try, and they too died soon after eat
ikag it. It was subseqtiently asoertainet
that ini the mill where the meal was
ground, aro.nie wan daily used tor th<
destruction of rate, and it is supp~osei
that it accident'aly got thrown among
PROPERTY OF MARiRI!D WoMEN.
Under the requirements' of the consti
tution,the> Leogislature of Maryland
at its recent' se' ion, passed the. fol
lowing act,, i protect the property o
the wife from the" debts of her hus
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen
oral 'Asseinab1y of.Maryland,.That th
property, real and prsqonal, belonginj
to a womnan~stathe 4imer of -her.-mar
tingce qpd l prg hgi
ugeo eei ara
Ai REOi~'eti Wue2, 18l3A
111.va JOW1-M N).EDITOR.
evitced no deidded ct w P
L, ronta 1.2 totJin i.
cTure Newaylt1~i itv aae li
In oow v unay
naiiriud1Ao iof t au
tentiouod the pVA(
- The first c b t a
which we i Ur
- tn Frdaysat by ly.- j O
from htpla'fa i dn Sat.
w in d r r nd.
a. ~ ~ tmy .
. . . ..'
'not expected toiet
ng the past we but it has ut come
'quite ; the grour s Ve' dL and the
cropeate loklir bched;'atoa'nilI
frohi thiikt.': ,"VPa e ' sIemphaints frpi
ted con'tiderably ene plarti ng nao.
) TheO Rev r:JzE'%TNS. MtBse O 1rytin
IChina lecturcd ina the place 'ori jdterda'v
3(hurudy e o itn to -iver'a4d inter
ested ~uIetce after the legt ure. a colleg.
tiqn was taken .upa wi,l wo are informed
ful~y sustnined thi-caaeter 'for liberalhty
n 'o chritin cinmnity of Stjriervilld.
:Mr. JENKINS ha. with. him anative. Cli.
nese,.who m nit national costuine~attracts
no little attentiomn. -.' ''
Deathu of Zajofrntet4Itasari.
*The Camiden 'JodirnaJpi, thbef 2i.
annone theleath in that, place of an oMd
andvaluedI citizen, Majnr, JOHN McCLEI.
.AUD, who died'Qrt Smdy:eeid at
- ajr cCLELLAND: W.as over eighty
years of age,,and had. served his country
r an an officer under Genera! JarkNn.- He
and Gen. Scott, we believe, were Catptains
at the aame time' -'
For a numbhr-6f years..he has keen a
-leariing member of- the, Epiecopa1 Church
of Camden, and died in the faith and corn.
nrunion of tha.t Churd h.
Work for the Fourth.
Under this hiad the Columbia. Buthi
CJarolinian, of Mo ndaygurges/upp the
people of Ricland District. the proprieity
of formning.on the fourth of July, next 'a
s. Calhoun Monument Association, for the
purpose of aidingiui the erection 'of a mr'nu
ment t:> the "meunory of Ciroutina's groat
enan. We cani think of no noblar way of
celebrating the birtha.day of Amer~ican hib.
erty than, this ,stgetd, and wvul~I par
ticularly callithe attention of the citizens
. of Sumnterville to. II. There af no ecle
brations to be in this District on that day,
that-we have heard of, and the fourth be*.g
sale.day wvill draiv a tin miher f personet
town,' who we doubt not will cheerfully
lend their aid in doing honor .to the ilustri-.
oun dead. Let nQ; Nium'er be behm'di~ her
Sengator for Edgoeed.
Col. JAMES P. (.AgaoLL .r.5a been~ eleet.
ed State Senator for.Edgefield Distric' to
supply the yacarcy ..occasioned by the
death of the Hon. N. L. GaiFN.
T From CztIfoisia.
Thateamrrc Crost tit 'City has~ arrived
frmn~m nn rancicQ, Shebring~ 2
00 O in go A e eeujp
igy n s
Apejnbhv . ;nadid"t b &u9
thor~~~ ~~ dfIe'PaiW4I~n 3~n,
bo ileRtd ~ ~~zo~!~q ~
moutj~ms &hat on uti1t 0 ~ k
'ast Lb orloirs ilim 1c
ewoooto$yfhg kse, ~
paseiad ppovd i ~[eh.etr.,
u'ld1 r hhl~utem~r~nti .:ls?ih
th. ~ hi av hla
chi, such 'chil d 'Atl
911-n iontermif~Cua Actrdin, 611;
one~ ~~ of. -~To~ap~rOow*d1g
~l4, eg1~s t~ay. O&boug his*
bbil,8,Uch6hild thaW ai v0' . W odf.
1kt.anreoraQi , Cbsdaoatbrj "IW 'ji
-on of th kew t-W
N 1W...iY Youxp Jun18,t I8
O-P-teonm4 nrayi3 mp& d n'i'
_in p an"1 ii~nvM
halo~~~ 1l- 1 idlug Rle . -1 ..O
hh Wui'r fs.Rie a'Myh
!n e #T r "ITS
GNG~ndt id~fit s
'eon T4 teI~ti~re~ a
ong facas'ivhioWrisued11stabbed lie
ste ishelek aliniers leIu s)t
df Iptpdrdt id 6T
nFj yljo awI&~~dcm
dialty 'f friends wilbe smne r
Ae 01 the d -444:. W,
his y i f 1171
t*elv frr.n6and6 he heA cil
iteflrinig lias i enaagedmby ha
uktownfoua do h
Ar t Ame
40:(le h .trowwno
for henadmnodt io Nfllet-hh
moitteu .*fr-'ie4 ztcAls ~ill
Odin-' ot ec6 I stho e.ve Mi
fu the nor. ciufdar o alt ho ng
h oventionld tee, C ~tinsillegai
th ln pben h W~~at~~i
ig Countorfuit four dollartnates
are izd esiition,pi the Badik of 4lie
State of Nnaii Cariin~idolgsf2
Ih \Vm In Jia uayei
finilfwil! not cut tho en'gra aames4
graving.ofd the e trfeitadamlauch
;coarser than that of the genuine~ hut
the above-is-the' nbst: certain test.-a.
ItIls supposed that a good 'ihany o6f
these bdle havp recen~l boed put in
circulation.l Typ u
CuoPs IN MISBIBS Pi.---The Vieks.
burg Whig; 61 the 7th-Instantsays:
There .bemgaan r~husualyg1layge'nurn.
ber uf plantrs p!~tendancesupdn
Court 64gsddg we tqok occaIo
to imquire as to the prosp1ect ief thie
crops syd we' wepre .gratlfle4. terlea
that natwrthstanding tbiiatcue ntdftbi
pning, that tid fr:e boph prorlises
remrdrkabig "well' ad !uls& the ohn
erop. A fe e~ a iioth (er
in tihis vicinitg 'si~~p
appaea calleegthe ls;nd.Ieit
of the weather. ~ -
ter fromi Downtevlle,-Ballidkpla,
which appeak tid. the Washinto
News staites that' Nuthefiifals,a6hn
tsind 'dolltrs in fiee dayselJf t~~~
hoidf ont as tlijy icibir',ys)
writetr'theya ~ill .ganhom'e next~iI
with" ai1 tfio lido(to
lare. piece,, ."
A W "uSuisor&.---h Plia
h i t
f*iI~gr In 179~. sind~5
I - -~
Canada. ~sas to enabIe~
something of tie eou~its~
bsburg PA. ~Jn ~t%@
a~emq that ~ii~ oi'biik
ot hiw ~ii ~ba'n ho iann~cd'
tile pby~iat~a; hiat ~boA4~
to insoot hadJ~fi '~q'
oi~rr~d two ~
WO Roe ha4~deps~Jred
flower garden, sa$i
i~ the E$~rin~t)t4%
you find a bed'o0