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M. LABORDE, Editor. "We will cling to the pillars of the tem o of our liberties,
and if it must fall we will perish a Ist the iuins." P U IIED WEEKLY.
VOLUME 3. EDGEFEt'EI1D C. Il. iM. C.)3 J 7, -_3.
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New Spring and Suminer
SilIE Subscribers beg leave to inform their
U friends and the public generally, that they
are now receiving their Sl'IING AND SUM
MEl Stock of GOODS, consisting of
Black and blue black Italian Lustring Silks,
Colored Gro de nap do
Black Sinchew do
Super. Black Bombazines,
A good assortment Ladies fancy IIankerchiefs,
do do do do do Belt Ribbons,
Ladies black and white Silk and Cotton Ghwves,
do black and colored Kid do
do blk, white & color'd Cotton &. Silk [lose,
do green, white and black Gauze Veils,
Plain, Jackonet, Mull, Swiss, & Book Muslins,
Figured and Checked do
Muslin Worked Collars,
Plain Bobinet l'ooting and Edgings,
- A good assortment of Prints, Ginghams and
Printed Jackonet do
Plaid Swiss do
Printed French Cambrics,
An ass"rtnent of Ladies Bonnets,
Bonnet and Cap R ibbons,
Fine Satin stripe white Muslins,
" " enroidereed do
5-4 and 6-4 Linen Sheetings.
Also ,for Gentlcmen's Summer W1ear,
-llack, lhe and brown Canblet,
Black and brown twilled Simumer Cloths
lBrown and white Drilling, and brown Linens,
A few pieces Georgia Nankeens,
White & color'd M arseilles & Valencia Vesting,
Silk Pocket Ilandkerchiefs,
Also, Black, blue and invisible Green Broad
Gentleicten's cnlor'd. white and brown half liose,
do plain and pleated Botmbazine tncks,
do do do Satin do
do Linen Bosoms and Collars,
do black and colored I olsk. (loves,
4-4 Irish Linens nad Blenched Shirtings.
A good supply of:1-4, 7-8 and 4-4 brown Shirt
ing and 5-4 Sheettigs,
Plaid and striped Dlianestics, and Bied Tickings,
A l.rge supply of Summer I lats,
- ;Gentlemen's Shoes nod 'ine 'umpe,
Ladies and Misses Shoes and line Slippers,
School Rooks, Cup anid Letter Paper.
Also, a general assortment of
Iardware, Saddlery. Crockery and Tinl Ware,
Together with a supply of
Vaucluse Osnahurgs and Cotton Yarns,
And many other articles too tedious to enunerate.
They teel very thtnkful ir the liberal patron
age heretofore received. ntd hope by strict atten.
tion to business to merit a contienaince of the
same. NICIIOLStON & PRESLEY.
Edgefield, farch 1.1. 1-42'4 i af;
CLOCKS, WA TCIE8 AND
JE WELLER V.
- No. 242 BROAD STREET, AUousTA, GEO.
r (Near the United States Hotel )
T IIE Subscriber otliers to the Citizens of
Edgefielid District aind its vicitnity a Rich
ud Fashliionable tassortmtent of
WATCHES, JBWT.LLZERY, &c
- of the latest Style andi limportation, consisting
in part of the following Articles:
Gold lidependent Seciond WVatchees, wvith
fr-om 17 to 23 Jeswees,
Gold and Silver Los era, Pin &- fitli Ji-welledl,
London Dupldex and Anichor Escapement
G'olid and Silver Lep ine anad Vertical WVatces,
Lnidies' rich Gold Neck Chains, hew pattern,
Gentlettnen's Gold Gumard and Polb Chins,
Keys, .Seals, Finger-Rinags, Breast-Pins, Ear
Goldl and Silver Thimbles, Pcincil Cases, Spec
tacles, & c. &c.
Mantle Clock., FtowdA Vases and IMusient
A General A ssortment of
SILVER TADLE AND) TEA SPOONS.
Sucian Toye-s, Mour LAtn.ES, Cis-ron Asna C Sit
D3AsKF-rs, CaNsTIa-racKas, SAr.- Srooss, & c.
A line assortment of Rtooxfts', Eui.K.nyrTs ad
W sn'e &, Bl-rcnn'rs RA ZOllS, PIE NKNl'EJS
-.A N SC INSOlls ; also a good tassortmi-ent of
DOWIE KNIVES anal Dl(hK$.
- ~ JuiN B. MURJIPJIY.
N. B. Cr-orcs anid WA~venics carorily re
patired. tand li'arrantedl to performa welil.
A ugusta. Ga. larch 2.4, 1838 tf 9
M GR A Y, Esq. of fIlatnburg, S. C. will
.Y. aet its tmy attorntey itt tt, tne well as ait
'aw, dutrinig my akenacie fronm the State
3. U. ('o1INGTON.
E UIA Uj ''l A D .U V ;i
T IIE Sutscriher has on hand a very tar
supply of ready iiaae 'T ;N W A ji
of all deseriptione, which he olers at whol
sale or retail, at as low prices as enn be t
forded in this part of the cnuintrv. lie I
also a inree supply ofthe newest fashin
JAPAN WA R l:,toetler with Engrlisha
Block 'int Wnrn of excellent lualitv. Al
Copper and Sheet iron Vare-Shentii
and Brazing Copper,-Ilock tin. Sto
Spelter, and Tin Plate-ill of which he (
fers for sale low for csh, at No 1i6 Broi
streer. Augusta. 1. F. CIIEW.
The subscriber being truly thankful I
the very liberal patronage heretofore i
stowed upon him by hi- friends and the pu
lie generally, respect fully solicits a conti
unnee of their favors-and oilers his sers
ces in either of the following branches
his bnsiness-Copper Tin, Sheet Iron, ni
Roofioni 11. F. C.
Augusta, Oa., Marei 5 tf 5
T IlE Subcriher woulh respectiill3
Corms the Mlerchants and citizens
Edgefield Distriet, and tihe public in generi
that lie has commnenced 1anufacIuringr '
Fare at 1)nntonsville. nine miles Nori
Edgeliehl Court Ilouse, where lie inten
to keel) an assortment and full aipply
READY M1ADE 'TIN WA'.,
at Wholesale or etail, whieb lie will s1
on as reasonable terms as alny other Ii
estaldisiment in the Siuthero e ountry.
Having worked at the husin.ss nine'yIca
tit the North id Sout I, he can with con
deuce assure those who may favor hi
with their custom, that they may at i
times depend upon having their Ware w<
le will also make to order, Tit Ea
Trouths, Couluetor lcads ndul Pipes, al
put them up if desired. All orders fen
Town or Country tliankfully received ai
promptly attended to.
N. It. Old Tini repaired, and all kinds
.lob work, in his line, executed with net
ness and despatch.
II. P. (TI1URCII.
Dunton-ville, M iarch 20, I:38d te 8
Imiprotd ('olojt Gins.
Ill .sub a cribers havim.: ''talilhed t, ( Ut
TUN N f1 Al NI F':1 TORY i~ I
'Town of liambhurg.. C., onf the itap~roved .
tan of 31r. Ilost rig hat, heag lu a to' recome'
their (ins to the puldic. They wara th<
(ins t'' ie Cinal if toit superior Io thee oft A
llontwsright, on aeceaoit of ani til:erationa. whi
in their opiion,. is a decided improveem.nt: it
is, instead of htaioeks of wood filn the rils, Ilh
have adopted the plan of making the ribs of' th
Giis entirely ofsteel and iron, which hase pre
ed by experience to be prefrablei .
Mr. lBatwriht hits ing declinied the din if
kin" business in Augutae, Mr. I.. 11. ( oiuin, w
eodtiucted it there Iar hitt. ha iig ia'e of the pn
ners in the onciern, they will eintia' or If gi
atis'ihetiom to till who may favor them with fit
' Gins repaired at the .shortest iotiee.
COlI & KIFNIK:.Y.
Inlamburg, S. C., A pril I1). ilm I I
New SpiBgB' 2and SuMiagatg
G 0 0 5) 8.
' II E Subscribers respecilidly iinir
1 their customers mid the puhliek geme
ally,that they have just receivedi a large st
ply ofehoice Eng isli. French and A terie;
goods embracinz every variety of stiple i
fancy goods, suited to tlie Spring and Situ
mer trade. Also a large supply ofi (7'roetri
Crockar,,, Saddles, Ilais, Shtoes and 11o4
all 'if whicht they will sellI on thle miost re
sonabilo terms. for ensh, or on credit
puncet ual cuisiomeirs.
TIhiose whoi wish to) get goodi biargnitns w
do w'elI to;;iv'e thtemt n eall.
. - L. & t-. P'E N N,& Co.
Edirelield, Mairch 1.1, I838 tI' t
E.L 0 T'I L.W 6,
W I have just rece(ied'i a hientmiltd ass.
mn t ofl Git l)lliar aGintlitmien's sui
tmer Coais, Pntao,ns anm/ l'ests. wich'l thev
pireazritoi have mnadei up in hml:,nt l'A'Si
ION~~AS1'ST Li1K, atnt on unah;,itte aa'r
Alsii, ai gieneural assortument lleadly .Madet (t.or
iso, suited to the' seasoni.
IIAT'S. SIIisS A N1) fOOTS'.
1200 hi'air of Shoest', anid floits emttn ac ing arg
s'ty'li tnndi variety hiave just bteenj rec~'eie by I
Subscrihers, whlich tiagethier with their Cirn
Stinck. ma~ki' a enteral andti comlette assortlim
si'bliom found ina the counitry'.
Alui. nt hl~mdistome assotrtmeni ft oh PAt511It )N.
they invite the attenation ofl thir enisiimte's.
(i. I,. a& 1K. I'l:NN & Co.
Eadgefiil, March I4, 1r8t.0 it' i
8School als MIiscellauacou
T ilE Subsci's have on hand a iz
erlasor'tmenpt of School and 31ixe
laeous Rooks, amongst whIich are Stitl
Arithmtic, Sith ~'s Geot'graphtly and. \tli
and Sn-.itht's Grammtlar, which atre high
aihprme d of' anid reccommeiiindedi biy thle be
U. L.. & EK. PENN, & Co.
EKdgt'field. March 1.1. 1% .rU I
OKB~IETTEli UUR ill.'NCY.
BOI Te nosE: THAT JACK BUILT.
A newo song to un old tune.
This is the Ilouse that Jack I uilt.
These are tlie old rags that lie in the (louse
that Jack built.
'l bese are baVi, that held the old raps,
that li iit the Iluouse that ,lack built.
''This is Ithe pany that's dueft to a dlay, and
aid Fromt ile bags Ihat conaian the oli
rags. that lie in the louse that Jack built.
'I'is is Levi WVToodhury, not very guiod
for ye, it you ask for yoar pay, preeise at
the diny; because alI his bags, cuntam1 noith
4 lig but rags, snugly siowed in the (louse
tina Jack huilt.
hl'is is Amos Kendall, appointed to send
all the papers atil leats, tidressed to Iii;
I betters, ye eit a handled so lully, mta the af
orlair of111 olGil'. and4 niow never kmons shis
i1 thumbs From his toes, anl would chiekte
so Itny, coub: he get his hard mn10ev,
liom Levi Wtotlbury who (141111 think it
good (or ye, to pay ought except rags, i-m
out the old bans, that lie in the llotuse that
'r This is ''ot leniton, who tot day
went on. a speech tnaking exeursiona, for
naught but diversion, and found all his cash,
i- was 1othing bt I rash, tmeetmag sandry dis;as
ters on account of the hit-Plasters, which
bolks wktlI not take, for rhe Senators's
Or sake, because the poor ninnies, remembered
the Gauinas, which ah! to his wo tit it
twelve atonuth aglo, he swore by the power.,
would rain down in showers, and that sweet
Atnos Kendall, the shiners would-stud all
1- ) Levi WVoodhury, who would alts ay. he
01 ~ ood liar ye, for so onuch hard chink and
,l, cou l'nt but hink, it was prodijionasly im
Sny (when told that this mney, tied last it,
of his ba;, was nlohing buit rai,,, stowel
is away in the Ilouse that Jack built.
of 'This is Franik Blair, as miad as a l iarch
hire, and lately sct packi1g1 . liar too Iree
.l use of hI ling. and telling rnure he., than,
e his inaslea alhouighat wise, yet still bays the
moon. with the very samle tune, rand cti
rs tintues to roar and hanker tir more, ofhe
i; loaves and t he fishe-, in nele amt's dhi'ns.,
m having swore that John hlull, hall his pockets
ill se, full, that folks shaoull'ut abrts him, i
p oato they owe hitn, yet befare I-e was
older, was aippaed the cold shoulder, sand
ye Kendall and lientoi. won't lend him a cnt
on, his best exp1ectoaiouis, of any itleoe ra
mer tious. hecatisw they all guess, he's q'juia ol: -
il of tle mess, whore Levi 1 nod bury, hadil.;
nut the food for ye, on accoaul of the hags.
of that aIe# ial (1f ol rags, aid'lay in tle
I. loanse that .ack built.
'This i, old 'aan, who was lever the inaa,
yet performned such a o'nder, by nu-eatns of
a bluiuder, and staeking like (wax, to cild
- liickir's Iracks, and has stetted t hIs.
sh, a tine kittle of fish, Wila nontseni-arJ
T- bablble, to i laster the ral'le, and pIlay vat
I linns iraanks with .acit S1a'., lnaaa.I
- but dicos credi thait BIlair, wtoalck'nh (i do it a
l ;aii, atl so ell him hifi, in a hieperate
shift, n hilts Lard h':ertecd foilks, -top his
aInith with tleir jokes, recollecting with
en-S, n hi le ullil of silk purses, all
I llul obinauers, w hich a ice runi ng divi ers,
r IBentll, Kean'all and \\'noblhur ', were to
v- conjure all goodi fur ye, by a des)erate 111111
firoi the pockets so full, of sillle .lhni
:e- l aill to replui.,h ahe bags, atw satliid with
Io obll rags, that belonged to the: louse that
T his is Nick lliddle, who dont care a
fiddle-stick's end lr alae fellow, whose coin
is not yetlw. and has a strong box ao hiard
lor t: e knocks, nt lch old lic kory's culb,
selnt rub a dab, (filb); dusn aa oan it like then
der, for pure love of ptluilder, yet all could
oliit siiiash that deposie of eas.h, which shal
tav old Van, has a Iunatic plan, to plunge
t ill disasters, hv his patent shin plaster., he
r- lies ing fihe nation, will EIwe his salv';ita.fo
p- Kendiall iand llcntlon, wloif air oily inteani
tn oil, holling fast by their places, anld keep
il makaot grimaces, to amtitiozle the linonie-,
i who brelieve i goli guneas, and Levi
S, 4oodburl'. who vows it's nt g=cd fr Ve.
1i dIisi ttrb a le basgs al11 full of (1hi raigs, atain
a- hay ma thec llottsc that Jan-k blull.
to Th'lis is poor I inele Ssami, whlo was gileld
, Iby a, shama, Ilal tholughta dbat his wsliinng,
ill waos .aant im lc the egiinig, laind (xgl-ceid'
mor~leover1, toi wvallow in elciver, bait amet ii s
almiih; I s bmy listenia:.- ao caaps, whlio p~rearb
ed I a hac saiory,5 abouat *lbbazes of gloriy," :and
--- lhi hliim ina gt'aotmon his shtadi wveeall sal
alat' .r Set in ciatehainag hais plf, h' ias dlisriv
credI himiself, alack anailas10! c lbe at hag
ara. as*saand per -i ves ithiat old V aa, i. ,' v i
hI- mlenans thle ilmant, to retrIieve his dlisilrs., hiv
re! maeuas ofl -1hiin-plsters. land athat hernall
ha- and hlcantoni deserv',e ll bie ,,eiiaca. sa gs ut
- f dlisimissioni for theilir vile impl~osionti, :tand
"I thbat esacha preenmats Pet, is coatmpdleelv ilym,el,
n1edc thea humbaiutg Elf 1uinaeas, cani eblia; onily
ahea nitanics. I ad lhat Woodbuai liry'-. ra1 s. Ie
ry hiore mlatters are dolne, wsill sure as ai gait,
he1 uplsest thaid 4)11ouse thtat Jack baailt.-los
er tonl Ccurier.
Ani Indtrlijouis fiilbund.- Arrtah Psat
ri ch I, whay did I mtarrly vol -ii -lm
hatla for ia'smyn sellflha~t,sh'domiti-,
ever smethe lessed clay ar)1 l''athecr I'
1hilsa nyl Iisent imed homo'o al ye're btcoase."...
"Sw'ale jewel,"' repliedl Pat, not? reiliin
ihe ebacdarge', "it's my~self a a hiopes I 11115
hive io see the da~y whIent ye're a widowa,
n- wveepmg l over thle cold scod that covers aun'
hena I'll see htow~ you) gea laalng witat maes
* A wast wareprimaaanded-a by Is father onie dhay,
Y for haasma b'eean ithXicatedI the taight previou~s.
's ie dlelted ia, 'W haat wsas the ttelr thlon,-..sk
ccl the p~iat,'what made~ll voli statggeriso !' 'Whyv
sir' repliied lth een, 'I ha~d 01n a 5 ery teceo'
natar of booit-..-tce~rf(
TniE V AN IIUSBAN IN MAN:is-rt:
-Snbseqmt iminirie. confirm the tra th <
the statemiots made in the (nrdian I
"'c dInesdnyas to this singular ease. Ama
:is the cirCumst:lnces of the c.aso and th
namel of III husbatnd. hat (e now becomn
pretty gene ally known thronghout thl
town. we see nn lonwer any necessity fi
concealing 'he inter. ''he nssaumed aam
of the: mmater bricIavet is I ury ottonke.
tier real 8auto we b;elieve to lie 11:rri<
Sloakes, aiu til! the late exposure the p:n
ties resided ' n Cu:nberland-street, Dean
This wonem,), man, who, ihr probl
more than fi}e aunt twenty years, tais sic
eceCled4 in coIerealing her sex. ait in purse
lug a trade of a inore han :ordinary ianscu
hue iand iazardons desriptiun, nwith a < (
gree of skill and b11 ility which has It'ld
her establishment in aI good buin'ss in lhi
town. honniboherself' appre'ntice, at tie a,
of 16 or 17 years, to t llr. Pene-uek, a briik
iay'r and builder at lawtry, a small m.ar
Let ron. n, in the West Itiding of Yorkshire
otin the river [t<ile, which separates the coum
ties of York: and Nottinghamin. St, di,
not raenin n ith i\Ir. I'--rkuing 41i1i tt
wt-hole period of her apprenticebip, biit wn1
"'turned over." as if is called. to antelic
pIerson in the sale business. It was dal
ling her apprenticeship that she met ' w'itl
her present w ife: and they wSrae inmrried a
Itie Oh( 'arih Cim,'urch of' Shltlield. in ti
year 1516, wlien the wile was only 17 vear
Since the investigation and ilsiclo'ture o
tIe cirCuimiisiances an Timr;day wee!,. Il,
%66" and husbrimi hatve separtoed. \\e he
lieve that lthouIghi no legal proceedtbtr
h:n lhen, or itite.-d conl be talin in this e-x
Irna(rdinary ease, Ir. ''honas. d:-pity ei
' )table, has had several iaterviews n' ith ti
hush:iil, in which lie h:as enteavored ti
md nec tier to make sme provision for ti
n8 (nn 1811he has soi lamefuly dteceived, am
who, al'ter having fur "" dears filled th
character ol n wif', 8rentIeneIfaIit8 i
interests of her sulptused huinii, not oan
by htrcanr of household conceris, hu oifi i
htisitess, hookB ai ncaoiuits. had sa i-l
totm' Claim taoca pensaiio n as a servai
if sit were tin let- byiw law In ,ti'iand main
'an'e Us 4 -if'. We believo that Mr
T1'hoatts sio sneeeded in ti hisuomane
tuieitsnion, a -to indol ihe elhusbfdw r
~ve ap the 't. e, the bonies inl w hich the.
hlI resided if o hIaliei' of Il " of ti rc
with all ie, rniture it omined T
wife ss ", tor il i 'g ii there; un'
ite hurclet- s' gone to oidge e: 8lie rt
The hnhits of the. later. we( f believe, ar
Much rnore inl necordancre with those tithe
:nesi 18d sex ani senpation than a wromani
and no one, exceplt perchdance fromn lh
ie rdless cheeks, and a certain shrilines ei
voice, could for n mtonn nsspect tihm 0.
little bradset bridk Ilayer wra< of thie sol
sex. At presell she empldoys in he-r hn-,i
m-st, ie ide bieing mo inustrions h ersEl
il it 1r31tien! dii tlnilit and ma'nnmerai':18i3
li men, and antboy who i, -:pprentie'e tor br il
11n her busine's and denlineQ she aipiear"
hna borne, hill:, to. :1g o. eba,.o'esecr to
pnnetnabyv nndh hone ts in her pavmnentts
and we'1 believ.r she has stated. that she in
haiade enougi h by her busine(ss to eniabb- he
to liven itn se w% ithout labor. Ye. strang
to say, with a degree of irritaility w% hii
wre shold rather expect to fin in the ininr
eI tinii injrer. she vehe-eintly refises t
consent that anv simn shall b'e 'et apart 1
a provisioni for her s(l called w iti-.
A inm other 0ocialdnie's which thi fl.
mnale imshand has pierformed din g heIr resi
idence in this town. is ione tat critinly i
iih v hve he<a ie' eeled, ifl he least fus.I
it s appertaining to her se had rem:iner
,ha' woubd anxiouisly Iiive emieavored 1
evadt. Iui, on ite contrary. there -eem)
to Ii tb he1'1n a 'oii of pervers'ty .in hi
whieh carried her into all extreme'.. St
'w i' for 111111 ye'ars :1 special co,(' aal: e, j
Ilm 1:1i h divi-.ion of that bId ty, netih8 i rl athi
town: and we are assured that, on all occa
signs where the servics of the division wir
rearire'. nsat elections,arma2::e pIrocessiamI
and m1eetin s of tradts' union ts. irn oit
&c .: so fa ar 11i-8m abse'~nIing hier-aelf fror
n4 ha:t, as5 in thle c'85ast wellt-2'rounded~o 31p
praehen'Ision4s of a1 rit, mu lst have 44 bleenI, to1
n4' (omani. 31aiot 41f some4 un~lensn~t~ 1ness, shi
is rememb leredl to have14 been't (4484 of the4 m18
~at '4rdivlhmtes r ini aeiial utv8. iln th18a ivie
ioni. We4 undlaerstamti at 7 he~it is only3 II
lon11ger -4 consl"114, h1ernose54 she atidl 11,)
ilihe hnst annna1 :l special1 ssi'nai. tield for. 41h
--i 844 be reswoiarn. S he was no41 t discardel
air dtischtargedl; I here was31 no( comI~plinlt r
ganisi tier; 3834 plrobaly lihe cun..4'innl <
heiar 4own'I hsmelttss was1 tier (saly. motive1 '.01
nost res) uminag the d(tiies ofi this ailiice.
.\hoagether('. this is byIfar the mtia 484'inei8'
1:ar ('ca'sIte1( fib kindt 4 which' has e'ver reae
sillr I.nowl4.'edge. The4 ce4lebrl~ted Chevalia
I) tson1 was1 lnt maltrried : 1ad. Jias Day;g
Io asl1leaf,) ha' dtiscoaveryi 88 twhlse' sa'x tail
place'4 (only aiftecr dtea1th, imda 1not lien ma8
ried aoso long aIli 38perioda iia ih'- woman8711 w4 b
is no(88 w Iluder notilice. Th'lere, too(. ihe Idisco,1
a'ry w'.as miiae t414 13ate ro1 InintII 18-8m hei
,etlf:iny' ein iN 11 the' molitivs whiS.''.Sch edl her i
541 nlem'llimnea7 a ourse of' decept~l)ion: i
g'e' horl bi partiets oft tic snPpo~se'd ma8ringf
are still aliv'e: anda thea one4 who1( assume3I(d ii
male14 sex is stilt ailive' tol 3ive, irshie ChooI(se
the trute hiistor'y ofC her ra:sons ori f'anev4 C.
laIyin..: nsiade the carb3 ad c'h aneter aof h8
ow.18 namb assin th 8le :1l~appearnnec', 38
1141 tert aing thle loil. of the oIther sex, wvhih
814nl cerIini1 l e anenrionis chapt11er of his
gr aphiy.-Matnchaester Guawrdian,. .
Of' all thei actions oIf a1 maln's lifae his mat
rin1ge. doeas least conacrn oItheir persons;t8 3
oft asll Ithce actionsa of our life it is most5 me.
!!ed w48ithl he3 ntlhrt
L. A COUNitY IDITOR. CO
if The following cireinmstance illustsrative it
Ie of tle, dignity of the press, also of the w
I, liberaliy with which its conductors arc til
e rewarded fir their toil, is, by tiltw ihtor of 1;
t a couitry paper in the State of New York. 1o:
e We voneh for the truth of fle storv, and d1i
r 1'ive it in our friend's own words.---~Mobile . o
e AL'crliser. co
: 'A Iter I was oit of my time, I procnred it
i'letters of reconinnenlatiim from the edi- pu
- tor of the Albany Argus, and wont to the it
town o-. to clighten the citizens bly tri
the corriuselions of my intellect upon the ll
v sub'ject of demoerney. I had as you may E
- .well sppot , formed thetost extravagant tit
- lkas ol tlhe inport;lce of an editor; al I
- think I never was so well sati ed with
- inyself. as n% heni I registered my inaue at
t ith litel ill - , as 'editor of'the lIardsaernb in,,
s ble lIepuiblienni liamnner.' mi
"\'ll, I took possession of itmy kingdot, St
consisti of an 11t i atiiage press ain. isihrie" inl!
-eases i pici typi', worn down to the asd the
nsiek, nil legai the new series of the liard- slit
- serbble ICepublican. B ut at the eid of oil'
isix months miy landlord became pressingth<
fihr iy board. and I was fain to (make a ill ex'
s ponlily patrons. 'I'his I (id lotimgh tlie tih
r coltumns oft miy paper, not doubting that sht(
- they would come foirward entihusiastieally th<
I and py. The notice continued a month; no
brt fut olmy utter dismitay not one of smly pa- ap
trois made his appearance. I now we'nt til
ito work in good earliest: muae n(ilt mly hills fil<
and presenteld Ihei to smy village etsioil- iii
f ers ila pes'on. I dlid lit m'ake mch by this. St
I iweld the tailor Iwile as mseh as he owed aum
-rme-the -barber puking mte in his bill for- Iii
siii mI y face-thei blackstlith had let- l
-ied tie hIsikei ofi iy cotilhiandcd ol Kato- to
age--the litner lad a ebarge for -odderilg St:
fa roller 11n btl-t he grocer t-r _ine nn:l 11(1- ill 1
l;~e-amtul is tine, I discovered that my
- coll eeon, left mite abuut one hundred ,.m01- the
I lart-, in de -i. ab
"\othiin now remained but an nppeal till
t - Illy country subscrib er,. 'I'lTis i made.
it iornmattily noost of them were willing
to pa1, bit, im stieh 'iircncy' as would as
tIlsli eyed tihese la tier dnys. Shin plas lin
ters are not iann to it. ()lne said lie agreed atl
-i pay itn wood, and aciledi poiiting to the ail
.S wllt-, -there it is help your.-lf.' Another ei U
' promised litaload of puipkins the next ha
> eel. (ie ilierled toe n pli!g for his suih. kei
scripti.in; and as I was nI 'whole hg' editor, dtl
I clo.ed in with the ill'er imnanediately. Utt th
r a ne dillty arose. There we're two til
i igis, aid the owner could not think hie said, del
of' sepuratin'ittietin' ttey oslcd'he srittttd ek"
r pie away and die. I suggested that lie' Sfr
r shoill let sme have them lothi, and I would fli
give him cre'l' fIar one year's subscription tim
Sill advance. 'T'his lie refused, but p roptosetd s
1' that I should take onre pli.- for the year's fro
r nhseriptionu, and help himu to get inl his hav vai
t two (as for the otit'r. Tii I tgeed to
- di. Never didl I por deivil work harer or me
swr eat an'ore lrolsttely than I duing thioe tilt
. :nemlorable -,' days. ins
. cll. I it til"toit;: at la't: horrowed a tl
ha!, pist a pig in ch end. shmgl it aern,sh
' m Il shoulid.:r, and, started home. 1 reac"hed he4
hailf way. ie b;1; hi'.'amnie tmiled-out slip- .i'r
S pedt lte little Ipi ,tingI inl that end(---cocked It
r il his tail and ran for dear life. I dropped <it
L the und, amii started in ha:se. Over the a
I fences, through hu,h and brier, htedge and we
- ditch, e hal it sidt, by side, as Mlajor
nI l)owtiti says. only the pig litile abend.
At ast give ill VI inspair, and sis down
on t lug to rutinatre u u the dignity ofiti. to
- press, aid the ingratitmice of pigs and deli to- ti's
- er:ts. sp,
t - -lie
- I The fliilowtsitg areiele is copied from the &
.otltn'.\iloiing ('broiicle of the Ith ofri
A pril. Is %n ill be seetn thar the aik itt 1-f n. .- a
Slatul1 designts to conltintue the exportatio~n On
,oi bullioni ill the ;nit'd States ntwith- inl
i st:ming the reports 1atly circslated to the 1.
s We 'Iregret to notice the somewhat uili- to
-vorable' neconut: from the cottonl and wool- hel
P en mnn iaeturing disticts, whieh have. beent lre<
received in LonIdon lately.-The principaI TI
. mannlitetnrers inl Alanchester and Leeds tup
arie redin cg thIe numbtater of theirs w5orkmentitt, yo
ai whilst the pries oIf sine'Cdiescriptio jolt in
e goodt s lsavei fallen'i lowier 1thanIfi at ity 3periodi bni
ii durm lthe it latst t woi yealrs. lThis diltess of dloi
tradie is owsinig to the disai itoimmencut wich'l I
fiats bteeni ixpetrienede itt thfe deficienies of'
iordeiurs frioma 5 le Uinitedl Strases, to ni isaih
If wiould hav been at't very cont3'iusiderftbl e sprsing
-tradie. Owmit , howS'.ervSer, to thec scfirei/y beii
o inotneyi' iii tt tnerien, frostssite contrfaciton ali
ofit ii cots by the bsaniks. whicb are'i abiout th
inreion paymenll'sas int spectie, teehst
r been't Ii very sma fll fioliinitt iof orderi~s tot' ft
Irig lsh inieuigdsres We frt ii
"ittl l t reeat utr siteta ement that the I anik t'l
ii ' tit I and hsasl s t'esttmedt the imaenationa olf ex
r pitin 'a ilarge mnonit ofl hllioni fothwitht
sto th Un iitedrf itats ; las meuei tgtl whieb willo
verylitgo~ tpeei reciythe stcarity to fsney ~
- Uing iti, ad conlis'etr'it Iy lae orderlts I
' t'oi' csme ran til'os Vnlfieain.sTe lay h th'
-it te oerai'tin ha ben ighly0 i blamen 51
r- bsl' on' t bpart ofthe irctort st of ste lamus
SI uf F-n'ind, wh fot'sir helat ix monthnss at
r havesi' beeni'I deisin n'i'ltt king tfisees tt te
t' Bsening cofes' o heir isis lltionmt t Frane s'
e ledg im, und therrs of lt o'i t crntie. W ,
rt'englandl ad, oee, fotb rmiteof 6
nmerce, that they even now determined
on the exportation of Iillion to an extent
ieu will have an toriltestionblie influenco
na metrc;ile alhirs in the United State's.
"n supposing that pr iofit or a slight
s 8hIslenh a1rise from this plan, still it is the
ty of the Bank of l;land to eflcct the
cration ns it professes to Sistait the
mtmlterce of the country; it is proper tint
should sometimnes make sncrifices for the
bli good; but especially as in the present
tnice the depression of the American
de, and the conserinent s:agnation of
siness in the mantiictiring districts of
gland, have heen caused by its own miis
From tlu' Nationtal Itullignrer.
It havmig been proposed by various meet.
. tI the oppoettes of the present Ad
mistrat ion. mn dilleremt parit-i the United
tes, that there shonul be a General Meet
of Delegaies fromn all the States, for
- purpose of atreci:,.' on and reconmlen
ig suit tle persons as candidates for the
eres of President and Vice President at
- next election ;a a desire htving becen
>ressed by sev"ral ofi si meetings. that
tims( and phace of holIding stneh meeting
inld be fixed by the .iembe'rs of Congress,
se Tlembers have nuthorizedl us to an
aneec that, in Coml pliance with whant thus
>ears to he the geineral wish, they have
t and co'ii-ulted on the suhjeet, -aitd, aler
' consileration and reflection, they are
)pitmon the lboroigh of larrishitrg, i't the
tie of Pelinsylvania, is a suitable place,
the first Wednesday in December,
, n proper titte, fir holding a General
e-i; frl the purpose above mietionel,
be composed of' Delegates frot all the
tes if Irportion to their representation
ie two ]muses of (one ress.
O: 'l'he O( ppesitio n press thro.ghcut
tited tates are desired to give he
i.e nItulrji d notice at cuspicuous inser
I ill their respective pn per.
!'rom ire Chearlhatin O'scrrrer.
4 Sin ilitud.-Whenever any calstIty
tills a mule hill, how speedily the little
s gather in droves around the spot, and
I what assidnity d they labor to repair
datage which their ttiniature pyramid
sustained. Or when the cotmbh is bro
w l.ii partially removed from a wel
red hive, with what increased ardor do
lie.. ply thlemselvcs to recoustructing
ir cells anid storing Ithem afresh with
iots nectar. Not a solitary tenant of
4 3inc&_habhp~ou eroma ine* an -idle-, - ,._.,-- -
elator of the'seene before hin; and even
y wthoe apartments have not been dis
hed, leel their aid with the same alacrity
though Ihey were employed on Works
in which they alone were to reap the ad
eed) anly thing be arbled to exhibit the
ra which tis lIv's-ot frot :ifttre is
it to teach ! M av not the dep'din be
ttetet fron the- iftnet tribes, to forget
ir de'plair. nd begin afir.sh to) hay a fItntz
iot 1or fnture use ?--t lay it better than
're-n ith better materials, and less sub
r to the casualties of flood or flame ?
catinot be done at once, ht.t 'itime con
-rs all tdiigs," nd with diligence, and
i'tmity, .11141 perseverance, wonders, that
do nto t anticipate, may yet be achieved,
in 'n'",ofle,.--1e ha ve been hfin elinied
suppo e that Ih' dispteition aserihed to
iales to conceal Ilheir nue. was rabther
crrive than correet; hut a slight incident
'ured at the late term of the Circuit
trt in) this city. which puts tlhe matter
ht. A ilible wa- introdneed, to prove the
of an individtal The names of van
snembers of t he same fatlily ap'peared
long array, hil ages of sone had evident
been obliiterated and n ritten anew.--.
low is this !'' said the opposing cotnisel
a respectable oid laly, who prestnted
'self to \iet'h fir the anthenticity of the
'orsd. ''I low (a i these figtures aIlered!"
i' old ladiy was first reinetit to tell, but
mn being pressed, tari'ly replied, well it'
U mutist knitw the girls tdid it. Tlhey
arch'led (lut t heir ages, butt I werot' etem
'ignini !'!"The anlseri ontused thle Coturt,
'somtim~iies conceaL'il thet.ir age !--Long'
I'romt a Nese (brkans~ Pape'r.
"W\V~ttasu 'iwo Ha.' . Honsi.--G tn't)
r's hav'e lie hionor to inibwrm t he(ir ('ritinds
tI30 i pul' genOerl')ly. that thely hae re'nted
W aIshtingrton Ball Ul oomf ti oIrder to) givo
151 Iineaend drei s ballS 131 s, eveery ITuesdayi
dl l'riday' of rbl week, du lring the sea.
ii, f'orfree colore! d pirls (ad u-/die g' niitc
n. AlI'A DOGR & PA BLO.'
A Svarit. De'st N:ss.--'Te Legislitanre
~son~, chlange'd bl w Itu he tn'amtoes tif til
'im wee'(tt lifty of the inatme oh' eXma~u, Wio
ettlpi tto graitifyv th li'a'tprice oh indiveiti
, r ratherd thaiit ter'e stiahdlebe so mnany
prii'uhs ipetrsonis itt that staid co~mmou01
L'nitht, is ai113 mtter ofl suriprise,
An 1 'rihmanI beting~ askedt weehether heo died
it frerptenutly3 convtiertse withi a fr'iend in Ir'isht,
plitd-''No itndeeed; Jemmtty often spea'ks -
met in I rishi, hatt I alweeay's antswer htim in,
tdon't weant Jemtmy to know that Iundoer
A jur% in the west ofC Fnglan3, commis-.
'atinug te 'cae of' a poror weoman weeho was
iargedi witir a trifling theft, agrceed to the
lloweing sapient v'erd ict :-"Not guiltv,
it usct hoje sh~e tron't do :o azain."