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PIERRE F. LABORDE, Editor'. "We will cling to the pillars or the temple of our liberties, W . Yi
and if it must rail we will perish amidst the ruins." VOLUME IV. geneR Cort l ouse, S. C. Jun , 18?9. NO. 19. TE RM.1S. The EDGF.FEL0 ADVERTisv.a iq pub lished every Thursday morning at Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance Three Dollars and Fifty Cent, if not paid before the expiration of Six Months frmn the date of Subscription-and Fone Dol lars if not paid within Twelve Months. Subscrihers out of the State are required to ipay in advance. No subscription received ror less than .e-e year, and no paper disciontinuied until all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All subseriptions will be continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira ion (if the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers rnd becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertisements conspir nOusly inerted at 1624 cents per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertion, :antd 43J ets. for each continuance Those pulilihed monthly, oPr quarterly will be charged S1 per sejitare for each insertion. Advertisements not thavin, the number of insertions marked on them, will be continued until ordered out, and charged :iccorlingly. All communications addressed to the Editor, post paid, will be promptly and strictly attended to. W. F. DURISOE, Pulisher. Feb 7, 19 PROCLAMIATION. ECUTW.. MAa-.T~di-.NT, COLUMBIA MARCH 13.1M39. By His Excdllcncy PA TRICK NOBLE-. Esq. Governor and Comnaunder-in-chefj. in and on the State of South Caroulina. HEKEAS, itifornation has been receiv ed in this Department, that a miotst a troceos inirder was conmitted in Lnu-n District, on the tth of ihis mouth. by Cartlr Park-er on the body of Jefferson ii'oeland. :end thatsaid Parker has tl--d frm jnstice. Now, know ye, that io the ensd. stice may be 4lone, and tiat twe said Carter Parlr inty he bronalht to legal trial anid condigte pucihiment fbr ins offence, as atoresaid. I do herelbv ofler ren ardi ofTHREE HUNDRW.D ILIA,.S Ior his appreh.nusioni and delivec a o a i% :-i in the State. Carter Parker is d :.crited a. being about 3o years ofage. abont Ii thei 1.1 inci. high. light colored hair, heard inclibjig to red distiness, rather a thin visa-re, sanly coipujlexion talks quick.and cts his words short: face to'er bly broad at the eyes, but narrow at the chi I; Vml, piece brokeu fint ,:.e or his frotit te. ib. broad shoulders, slender waist. lai a habit w sncking his teeth,large kneesand knock knee-' lie is a blacksnith by trade, atid feid of ardeti ipirits. Given under my band noad s--na of the . at Colmbia. 13t day of Vlarch, ini i. year of onr Lord one thonand eight huiii. dred and thirty-nine, and in lie sixty third year of the fndepecidiu:ce of the Uited States of America. PATRICK NOBLE. By tie Governor. .M. LABORDE, Secretary of State March 21. 1631 r 7 State (if sout h ''a110olina ABBEVILLE DIsTRICT. Is EQUITY. Andrew Kirkpaetriek and wife and] others, vs. Bill for George Bowie, . Partition. George Weatherall und others.J I T aplearinr to my satisfaction. that Sam nel Norwood and Lucinda his wift. Hieb ard Hodges and Mary his wife, (eorge Weatl erall, and George Bowie, Defendants in this case, reside beyond the limits of this State: 41rdered, that they saverally do) appear and plead, answer or demtur to the bill aforesaii, within three nioitths from the ptblieation of this order,or the said hill willas to them,resper tively, be taken pro confesso. BENJ. Y MARTIN, C.'F:. A. D Commissioner's Otlive, 2Rt, February. Jsi39. (B&T S11.7.5 ac 5 state itf otith i aroitia ABBE VILLE~ DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. William Chiles,) Bill to have re vs funded part Vincent Griffin atnd others. )of Legacy. 1~ H E Complainant having tiled is bill im m..ty office, and it ag pearning to my satis faction that Williams W aller Setir. Williami Waller, Jun. Doctor Morde'cni, taid Caroline his wvife, and George Helt anid Mary' Antn his wife. defendants namied in the siid hill are, and do reside without the liimits of this Statm; Therefore it is ordered, that the said defendants do applear and plead, answer or demur. toe the said bill, within three months from this datte. or the bill will be takeni pro confesso, as to them. BENJ. Y. MARTIN. Conunissioner's Office, +Feb 22,1839 wv& P $11.73 ao 4 New spring andI Suifamner GOUDS. T H E Subscribers beg leave to inform their customers and the pubillic genierally-, that they are receiving and opeiig a speletidid as sortinent of !;,!-bracemi c-iury Un' eiy oe Ba h Unmen ancd Amieric:oa., Staipte amnd F'ancy Goodcs. which heave been seecd wi'h greal care. Trhey mnvite thieh fr'ieiid.: to tive them ti.u anad they shall have aaod I: rdoit ;.L~ & E PENN & GjO. Marchi2l,l1839) 7 tf Spring and Sunnner COLOTHIlNG.-Thet subscribers hauve just received a handsomtie antd general aissirt ment of goods fier fent's Spring aind anuiir Coats. Pants, antd Vests, which they are lire. pared1 to heave made uip. in the ve. y lest sty le.I and Ott the miost reaesontable teerms. G. L. &, E. PENN & CO. March 21, 183t9. 7 if .ipprenthices Wanted. ONE or two Boys, fromn 14 tee it6 years uif uage, wvho caet read aenet write wvell, will !',. tadum as annrent:ces at this Otlli'. Valuable Lands tr Sale. T IIE subscriber will dispose of all his Lands. consis ing of' about 14(jO acres, "' vZ: The trict on whieh ie now resides. contain ing abont WO acres, lMi.g o.' the Stag , Road leading from Edgelield'Conrt Hoise to Angu:ta, within 4 miles of the C'ourt lionse, and 19 from A gstia. On the premisesare &ood Build. inigs. and an Orchard -lf two thousand and eight huandred fine Fruit Trees. Aso lhe place former:y owted by E. J. Youngblood contaiiing about 350 acres, with necessary huildings a I new Uso. the place known as Be!lvue , x ithin 2 and 3-4 miies of the Villaie. It has a two story Buddingl,1. anid is as fine a situation as any in the District. It countains 100 acres, 1) of' which are eleared. All the tracts coetain about 700 neres of fie timber. d wod-lanl and ,ill have fine sIrings. P rson< desi:-ons of purciha-ing may examine for ltemelves. The ternis will be accommodating. IV. B. MAYS. May 4.1439 tf 14 Nou1ih Carolana Copper, SH...LT I 'ON & TIN WARE .Janufactory. WOULi) respectfiihy mior the Mier chats a d Plarers of this Sinte. and all who may p ease :o pi, e me a call, that I have located ..t Hamburg. S. C'.. with a view to a pertia -ent residei ce; a if enaged in the mtaiiifncture of* Copper. 'hee iro : and Tin Ware-which I will firnish by Wholesale or letnail, of the best gaality. at the l'terst rates. Ilavin- exjperienced Northern Worimen. -md beiiig a practira! mechani ieyself.I can at e-nl o |onfing'. Gutterinto ani Sponting; and all other.Jbs of erpr., drscription in m husi iess, ichich shall le ircll doine. and on short notice. All orders will he thankfully received md protily atteided to. Ssuip--rior issortment of Jnpaniied Ware \!so, Stantp'd Plates. all sives. .ist r, ce;ved. A. B. CIIURCII. iaimbir, M.\arch 2S. 1839. tr e Copper, Nheet Iron, and 'Tin W1ar'e 11ansiufacory. AUIUSTA, oEoGoIA. 1 liE ibscriber has jist rec ivel. A laree assortiett of Copper. Sheet Iron and Tin l'/hie; which le 11 ill Imaiufaetiure to ant pat. -n insuil in st I Ware: such as. *TOVI S. ,TO'E PIPES. ST1-L-. STILL IOi1MS. nade(ver.% variety ol'Ti WAnM. lie solicihs the 1ntroinn.e of his friendi iin1di the plillic in geeIra in otnih Carolitm 4d (ecorgin. .i- lie intends keepinma a Clif ant and fIl iupply of the above articles. lik -nitomers will ntie be. disappoiuied fromi the want of' materials B. F. CII: W . The highest price will lie given for Ofl Petrter. Copper. Blrass ane l Lead. A mguista. Gi. April 15. 1.9 tf 11 $2 Reward. \ NA W.AV fromt ew ubscrjiers. on t:e l. 20th if \pri . tn o o..re hos: on- n:. #1i 1. lie (int:ii te Robert .1. ltitter I Ie is abou 21 or 22 years of a e. 5 fIet 9 o 10 iichies: lIew is a little inclited to be ol a liiii. coiplexiin. He h1a. eei onie. Side ofhis fice sim;ll hlite spot. 4In 11 (e of his hands :3 fingers have been enit with a Gin saw. Spaks ver'% qni-k. w et spoke - to The other named 'iTE P1/E \. heloi-gs tot Lucins L. Hlall. livin:. aoent 7 mi:!'s f'r -it I lamuirg. lie is of a dar! 'otplexion. 5 feie 10 or 1.1 incies highl; speaks very gntiei'. n% henspoken to. His fIae is very shor: ;anI broad. Ile n ore off wheie he left, *a pair of blie ho'iesi'nn pntnialoons. and ali o d wool hat. They will try to -et to Kei-tucky. Ciesar wmas brou'ht froin Ke'nttckv when Ii, was ahout ten years of' ge and lie has per seaded the ether hov off n ilh him. We will -ive t'.e above reward -in a.n perwnt who wil lodge theim in any .;nil, so that we can get them TCIUS L. IIA LL, ROBERT J. BUTLER. Mlay 2. 1839 tf' 13 *$10 Reward. R 3 ANA WAY from the Subhscri - berk on the ntight of' the 5th oef aL Febr'iary last. frmn mty plai.e two - mile's fi omi H-amnburg, S. C. a iiegro mtan tmmted BEN, about forty-five ./ veatrs old, five feet six iniches high. - 1he above reward I will pay for ('leliverinlg hinm fo toe, orm puttintg himi in jail so that 1 cane get htim. - THOMAS KERNAGHJAN. Ilamburg, Mlarch 2.1, 1837 . tf'8 lleadI Quarters. CaAnr.iwros. 18th Apfril, 1839. General Orders. No. 2. H IA RL ESTON R'EA D. Jr., Jows Cus * . t5OiltA. aind ARTHUR S3!tciss. have beeni apteitfed Aids-deCamp~s tie the ('ott ttamlir im Chief wvithi te rank of Lt. Colonel. Thiey wil:libe ober ed and respected accordingly. By order of' the Commuander in-Chiief JASIs 8J.l\ ES, A pril'25 12 .-'ld. &Insp. Gen. .VO) T IC!. AL esins mdcebtealto the late Chr ' - tan Brethapt, ilec'd., are regt;,..st edl matl e- edat paymeinit. Anid if pn-tvig demndtcs ag~ainastthte est:.tte oh' said deceaised are r'equtested to presnt them duily attestcd. .JOHN IIAUSKETT, Ex'or, 1-'r1. 25. 3 t 'Dassolution. rlWIlE Cophiartnership oh' Kermnnghuan & Ro num'e. ! Ramuburig, 8o. Cni., was dissolv'ed oil the 1i I inistanit, by mutn consenit. The Buiees le'reaf'ter wmilI be ceontiuedl by Theem sK'-i naeeha ni. 0? his eewan acconm. lie nm ill receive nil mo n'y due the late fiism, antd will se'ttle the dlebts eel the samte. T'll1AM KERtNAGIIAN. hi IF newONEv New Spring and Sumaner' GOODS, ' HE Subsetibar inornps his friends and ote pubic genevrally. that lie laus jost re cened iromsa New York, a comipleie assort mism of Stape and Fai.cy, Sprmlpg and Sum aer Goods-amiong wich are. 3-4 4-4 5-4 a..d -4 br-wna & b.eached Shirt ing. ad Sheetings, A hands.ome assortent light col'd Prits. 50 pjieces .ight col'rd London dto. Frenc priits and ipri..ted Jacoaiet, Alonrinh and hall uourning prints and Mlussis.s, Super prmnted Lawns, 4-4 asd .-4 Camabriav. and cambric Muslins, Swis'an .book ' a1sns, Jan let. plaid aid stripe do. Lvonnaias and brocude( do. Ladies and gent's white anid black, silk H. S. and kwa Uoves, " " Cot.on aid thread do. " " lises black and white neat, Lace and i.anze do. A handsome assortment of gauze and satin, ain .tlantaa itibboats. Best ialia. sewigs, black, blue b.ack, and assored by the 41paiantity, Hem-sait. se, an suaper linen cambric Hlkis. -Men's and boys Pongee do. Ladies'gatze. lleraani, pro-de-nap anidsew ing shk Hlki's. 4-4 irisI linens and linen lawia, Plain, i..serted and friled bosoms and linen collars, 8-4 and 10-4 aable diaper, 3-4 birds eye and tussia Diaper, 6.4 $-4 and 10-4 daask table covers, French nalikpas & towels, Frencha brow.. a.. i grass Linens. Vlie and brown linen Drillia.gs Super , ib'd do. A variety olfCotton do. col'd.-and striped for Pants. Osanjaburghs, Cases r ialin leaf :.nd willow Ilot.ds, Englis . Devon switw Bonnets, A large assortment of silk and cotton hose and hall H oe, 3-4 and 4-4 plaid aid striped domestic, Silk. s-atii. and .larseil.es Vestiaag, Parasols and Umibrelias. Furniture.diait% and firinage. Blavk bomhazines an.i msern:os for Conts, Para needle workil musfin calpe-s & --ollars. 'reach baskets. bl.taicd Rnmtwai zlhee;ings. Any thin- like a ..ee.al enumerati--i of ar til.-s'i- im-ra.-tieab; but these in addition to his aoramer stock. make it si; ficiently extensive. and lie trasts his prices a-v sutlicienity moder sae to be worihy the atention ot all who wish to suplp;y hemselves with articles inl his line. Hi. orner cuistmners and al who buav in thas mart kes, wall do hi-, aud perhaps themaaseves a Evor. by examining his assortmaensat before purchasing. JOHN 0 B FORD. Inmbuar:.. \arch 11. 1-139. 7 if' N.6W 6001. V IIl. Subscribers aave j. s: received fiom New Yoirk. t gI'leinal assorimsent of .lspng :aind Ssunm-r Goods, of the latest and naist liashi. nable articls in ltheir line. Thes consist in part of: Gros d'etats. Tibel, French cloths, Gan bro.i.s. 'Grass linieo and linen drillings, for Sum mser Wear, C(assimere. Chall- Vestings, Stoeks, Collars. Bosomsas. loves, -alspenders, Finae f ats, snd Umbrellias. They keep conastatly ois ha d. n generni ass- rment of \l lLiTAlk THllMlNGS. of ald kiindq:p anl ahcy aire prepared to execute al: ore % with despmach. They invite their onstisamers. and the public generally, to call and ex aiae fir themselves llAitINGTON & BRYAN. Ed-efeild C. II. April 1. 1!V tf 9 .ew Spriing & Suninner G i ODS.-The siaiscrluer having just re tin ed firom Charleston, is now riceiv inag a d opaisn1 n arentralrand complete assort m lent of Fancy and sitalple DRY GOODS, which have been seleced with great care, anil will be disp -sed of, on as reasoaible aei ims as any ma tecis amaarket Hi- respectfuslly ianvite's hai' ald aenasammers, ail sallwho aaay ieel dispaa sed, Lau catll and e- atainae Isis sock. C.. A. DOW D. Marcha 28. 1833.. tf 8 t!C of .Sollt.?. : atr' Iinli A BBEFILIA DI STR ICTi. IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS. Thomaas L..aInmsp, vs. Attachmenst Assum psit Park & Fowlecr.5 s.Prk & Fawkr. A ttaaent Assuampasit H [ E Plainti's ins thaezabove cases huaviung t his day tiled thaeirelalsrastions, and thec Defens dants haavinar naithaer wives noar atoranevs. kanown to he ina this Statte. ordezre'd, thsat if tlhe said Defeadaats da snot appeaarsansd make theiar dlefence,. ithsin a year iandt a day froms this dlate, final aand ablsolutea jaadgeament sall he forthawitha givena and awarded for she said lPlaiaatifls isa atamehmens~at. .IiI: E8VARDLAW, c. c. P. Clerk'as ie'e. Noav -2, 163~ B&T adej 45 IN TII H Ei COMX PTAXEIlS. Harral. Wri.hst & Co. Atcann. Wi lliram Ysashoroaugha. V i1 E Pl-nmaillas kan iing this dray faled thnleir dclarntion in amav Oliie, ;anda thae Defendanst hmavinss no Wife or Atborsny, knsowan to bae withain thse Stsate, uapons whom a coipy couald he servedat it is Ordecred, that thes maid D~tefnat wh'o is absenat froam, sand baevonad the liamits of th' Stsate. do plead or make has de fence, wihais a year ad a aday froms alhe puabli catic' e this Order, or, in dlefatait thereof, finsal anad a.sante judlgamenat shall lbe awaarded agaist him. (lEO POPE. c. c. r. Clerk's Oflice, . Fe b 14. 18:. s .o $7.50 agae 3 .lUst Recceived, A LAtG E upl~y aof ssuperior LEM ON S YR UP, a delight ful Beversage for the Ssanier seasa. For sale lby th,- hattle aand gailloaa., lay 1I. R. COOK & CO. iunb,,r,. Anril 1n, 1W9 f fl Sanrie. I found a listinguishel scholar, one iof or friends, peacennly installed in : cabinet if simall dimensions, reading mne of' his favorie atuthore, as if' he had been by his own fireside. while a steam en ine was at work, and -ending him conistatitly a supply of air, of a certauti degree of com pression, which All. Tabarie reenlated ;t his will: this conpression. molertite nt first. was elevated 2rduailly and sl.owly to two Ihirds or three quarters of the r atfms phere, which is the ma.rimum. Thiu stni is kept up ;a lone as it is d-sired, and af terwaird the air is bIught hack, little hy little. antd n% ithout any shoek, to it- nsai l siate. Ati anemotmeter serve< to reilate ibk operton. On leaving the naehine. M. Francoeur told ine lie had sffeired from the loss of him voice afte'r having had a punlttinryeatnrrh. Herol not make himself heard, and his respiratinti was lifiicilt. lie had plungedel himself daily itio to hath of compressed air, and fhnnd his disetse mi.ch ameliorated. To prove tlis to tme', M. Franeoetr began to sine the tnotes of the gammut which lie carried :a, ligh aI si. I felt a desire to place mveelfin the ma ehine and experience the eff'ect of' this at mospheriv compression. I ioped that im. Tahnrie wond he wil lin to oblige me by presimg the air rapid ly, and raisig tIeI force as high as possi. isle fo i ditld not im:iwiit- iat ;I qiarter or nt halfof alinlesph r n oiuil,! a1- a-By eflect or a person 'of healin Bnt front lhe first strokes of the pi-voi. I felt air penetrate into the interior ofl t h enrs; I felt stltn af ter, n slight g'ldi ness; thei my breathing 154'ame1 iNcIhn ano tie cir clion frf bilood also, ty pulse fallitig from eight to ten hmeats. anl at last I had noither l enwntion thanf that of plea tre,and a strt of refreh tnent, which made me desire i protig the silting hevond the time which hail bieen applointe.I I had ovccasion to appreciate with what enre 11. Tahnrie has s-tudied hIe elliet of his .owerful ninehine. m ni ii whtt stic ces atid intelligence lie reguates tile i.p 'rntions of it Nio experiment demands more orifidenice in tile operator. for fiiom ,he moment whn we are plaeed in the machie, and in the milt f that atmos phere which presses von on all sides, we are so entirely dependet on him wh Io goverit< the in-mrunient. that we belong to him and Catiot escape him. But the skill of 31. Tabarie, the atnowl edge n hich lie brings it the ma nagement of' his mchine, the, enre n ith wiich he avoids tll subhlen iransiiions. n ill probahl* cnose lti% inmention to jscceel, 'itt only with the ,irk, to n hoam it will be a Ireat acvouri-se, of physiologts. who nill find a new power ol grent energ-y, and %er-% eni rion. to siid y its itflience (n the il i' ii0otiinn of 1' economo, but of' the enrion: and amateurs of new and unknown sen sat ions. LADY IIUL'tlwE'S Cut.:vY:FYT.-Our final imipjtessiorns, on closing this work. are that tie fair aunhoress is a satirical, shni p,rnth er wiity nooiian. and withal, a Turiar of the intiensest school. Indeed, we can hiardly inagitue how ie parties manacel. tiller the cirnenntncs to eeape thue finr of' th o'se iarvellonis Cts which diecensedt in Kilkniy,-or how there n as any [hiing left ot either. We eannot disptisess our. selves of' the idea in tle I;uli hts hall wriotngs; hut it noull seen that flte fierce ness of her spirit as wvell a, lie -gatne' of her physiquir. would crente a soul olfmuti Iy under the shell of a terrapin-to say not hing of ;I man of high strung sensibii - ties, aid triimphatnt, umi therefore inimpa tie-n. genits. h sobjointel sketch of her ladyship is foni the Corsair-one f n. hse di.or.s, Nlr. Willis.she how enrien tired in het' nov.~el, under thi' Si militutde of tine whuo, thiouigih intendede for quite anoth er petrsonnste, speaks atnd acts prnecisely like an Eutghtsh ceekiey. There is not a auit hfulI shade itr lineamitent. either as tei speech, tmnnneiir rn fom itt the whole pie ture. If her Ladyshp'sothers are not bet ter, there aire no tratnscripts of real life in her' wheo producttion. The assanhed pny whet draws the following, mtight say' to her, in thle spirit of the Italian, "I1 also um a paincer!"-Phil. Gax. MIiss Wheeler, (alias J tlia Neville,alias Lad.r Lylton Bulwer.) was the dlatghter ofta most worthy and respeCtable n idlow, livinig soime three years ago in Pntrk Mews, a small line rutning in the rear of Seymanr Place, May Fair. Mrs. Wheeler was early left a widow w'ith ote dnnghter, n tail, bandesome. slendler girl. who chanced io ttraet the atettin of Edward Bunlwer then fresh from college. The at tachmtent was a romantie one, and soon discov'ered, atnd strennously opposed by Mr. Btulwer's mother. We have itany times listened to the story of their meeting "to drink tea" with a synmpathi'.ng laidy, wl'o occupied a "three pai of stairs back," in Fleet-street, and who 'ihimaitely succeededl in miarryinig Iwo person, who were neither, as she bt htought. "'lone foir nthis wor'ld." To lien great sitrprise, Mli'e Wheeler has einte turnied out to he amtone the fattest of' wei tmen.ande Mr. Hadwer the moat immortal oif men. The aristiuerntic tnother was soon reconciled to the match, hit n'~ i e tovel shows the datughter in-Ilawi conti:imed to) live at swordl' peoiits with every mtemo her eif the famttily, hte'r hushand inclued'e. BulIwer bor'e her "'inocompi atiblility"' as long' as lie could, in fortm, andl finially hought a new' house in, the couintryV, not' Ian freon Londotn, tfornikhed ii exqni.,itely, tand sop plying hen every earthly w'ant rum that of' his ownt society, left hei' to expetid her ,e'eentricitieS on her des, wvhichi, leo the dumber of n rouird dozen, are her pernern Miscelhaneous. From the Boston Daily Advertiser. CO.MPRESSED AiR BAT HS. We have observed in soii.e recent Paris papers, an ac'oni of a curiis invelition bi i. Tabarte. lo sibjctitig persins sut fering under various diseases. to the opera tion of cimprebssed air. It opens a new fil of experiment and li-covery to the curious. 'Ae present the folloning ex tracts from a description of this invention. furnished to the Acaden ) of 6ciences in Paris, by Dr. Al. Dio tie, and pihlished in the Journal des Debh;ts- % e use Ifir the most part the anguage of the writer, n ith somie :bridtgmni '-In reflecting otn the extreme dliffi. itv of cotiainintig ait hermetically enchsvi'l, and air compressed inl an apparatus large enoiught 1.) shut upl a mniti, tite wold 11 pose that there was no other imethod of arriving at thi- result, but by filming the Idividual under a bell. or to place him inl a sort of vase, well closed, simewhat inl the -% ay if which the sparkling gas of tie( sehizar water is retained. But Mr. Tabt;iie, n ishing to apply thi. method lctre to meti and to the sick, tni derstood well that the first thins necessary was to plat e the patiet tat his ease and itt an agreeable and conveniemt position, itt the same time that the compressed air was brought to act upon him. ie has evet car.ied his care and foresight still further. Het wishes that the patient hiould tt pet reive,so to sp ak, any chance inl his ph%s - ical condition. Sittitg in a: good chair, ovepied as he wiuld he' in his sinttdy or woirk room. he receives the. light, sees the stn, and is r. lieved from ;y oecctpa it by tte sight oil what is goina oil a round him, or inl his garden lie 4 ai even have his piano and his lied. can remain 1 - ing or silting l, read his nenspaper,tfe his food and his iiediciie, receive visits from his physici. and friends, lie c: n live' as lon;; a- is necessarv in thi, nichiie, sieiding his time inl his usual manner. wthiiut tite state ol attimsipherie cmipre siton being changted for a moment h theie cmitings and goitngs this cihanlge of per. sons And olijeets. Add to itis, that the air not only remains conmprewbed to the fixed degree-,but it is cnstatly renewed in such a matter as to csiuse the patiet to breathe coistantly a pire air, never loaded wttil the least emanation fiuom his boly,or li-ott sibtices (if whih he is ninking use, and that Ihis air. mav. as it I needed. he nore oir less dry iir ta iip. or filled with princi Ill s and vapors adalted il the state ol Ite patient. 'Ite tel 'perainre is at the sitnie lte reg ulated according ti n lit is neld ed; cat he raised or lowered ai will, and concentrated if it is necessary. oni aI ihmb or ot some part of fhe body. This de scriptin may apipear imagitnar to snime per-mns, and especially to some physiciaiis " ho may think that we have soitght in this new inventioi only the subject of a sprightly article, withmw adhertiig strictly to thle trut1h. Thi-. hiowever, is, not IIhe case, and ihere are it Paris wfinssts.n ho nill attest the. Iri,th ol what we- state. We must e believed, when we say that M. Tabarie, lia constructed a real apartment wi:h al anti-cha'iber or cast Iron, with doors al windows so perfectly sted, that the air cant lie crowded two it, an' compressed and renewed without imerruption, vithotihe least particle be ing lost, or any eseapinig through the small est fissure. It is not for watit of eibrt on every sile to esesape, thatt it is kept itt for is smill as the Smallest passsage is 10t1en Its his imprioetd air, it makes al irrup itn %tl a ithissinig like t hat n hie'i steam it pronilttees when it goes out oh' the boiler of si steatt eniamte. 'lThe coitplressiont, destitted to a patient is nerver carriedl by M. i'sbaite aibove thtre,- qutarteri tof the at miosphere, thait is to say, less thtan tdonhie the habitual cottt pressionl it which we live. Hut this in crease oft conmipressiona which appears so smnall that I shotuld liavec helit-ved it wotild lie imoperceptile, you will st'e immoediate ty, with what energy it acts, aud how poiwerf'ul its influen~ce is felt. By mienna~ of thet atnti chinmhter', of' ' hich I have spotkeni, andt a tdonhle tdoor, atn en ittce is mtade itnto the first apaiirtmfent of' the machine, the first toor is thietn shut, and14 by opening a liittle sack of thiosec ond door, tu comunicationt is est ablished, hetween te air oif the ptrintcipal chamber anud of the anti-chamnber; lt' door of' this cla tther then olpt us ite-lt, lint the air can -t nto! escapei bueyotnd fromn~ thte amii-chatmber, since the person enterinig has taken care to close behitnd httt the first door of the en tsaance. Thle iopening of t he little sack men tioned-t abovt', a -idispensable, for all eIIforts iou openit~ uh dtir itself would h'e in vain, be foro thte eqibiunm wuas estaliished lhe. ttveena the pritncipeal aupart ment ,andi the an ti-chamber'; the pressure of the interior ia s'h moreover, it holds the dloor so sioythat nti hum orc hee coulId ovecr come its powert't. But it is ne~cessary that these snors should heP adjustedl in the most careful mtnnter'; the Iteast atir, the 1-asi place oif escape. all wotuld be ruineid. These doors, he it remuarkedi, are as latrge as the dootrs of our apari'tments: one catn enter niithi his hat ton witholut stooping, ntid the chamber itselfis tnot leas than 8 or 10) feet high. and wide enoniiLh to courin a bed, table and seats, ai smasll pian &c. Stalleir openrings masde in the partitiont of' this chambtler. and 'otntrived itt thle samte mianner' ats the doors I have dlescribe'd, serve ihr the use tif the patient, anud to pass through to him whast he mayv want. W hon I visited thv nottoiatuS of M.' Ta --I cempanions. Thtey (the doga) are im mtortlized collectively, and ihdividbelly, in Cheveley. .-o mn uch foir 1 he real hitoury which has beerf mineh ihe ba'is of this novel. The scenery part of' i is frot her Lalyships album. tIhle record of;a journey she made some ? years ago to Naples. in' her husband's com pany. W1 ho the "Nowbrays" of that ei etrsion were we are Unable to say. but we' presume shouldi Mr. Bolwer take he hint mid he killed by a restive horse, she will intihrin us by earryina out her story with ta remarriage. We happened to follow very closely ou her track tbrou-.h the principal cities of ialy. hut we will bear witness, if cnlled Upon in Doctor's Commons, that, niih the exception of a King Charles' spaiel. we never heard her name associa ted with any inalt *htteve-. %e hate grounds for believing, that lttr Ladvship miirepresents herself in another particular; the silent grief with which Lady dle Clifford receives the marks of her husliand's coldness and ihdif lerence. In oie chapter. she makes he lord Lreaten hi-r with a blow. .n physic. al strength, Mr. Bitlwer is much the " ea ker vessel," and has, it is commonly said, very often been made to realize it. Mrs. B's. incursions, vi et armis into his bachelort rooms in the "Albany," at un rensonalde hours, compelled the unresist ing utthlor at last to accept a friendly invi tition, nod take refuge for his household wotls n ith Count dl Orsay. Here at pres etit he lives, under the protection of an in. vxoratble potter at the door, and a.vigi. hint tiger within, and the spite that was thus supiresed in her ladyiship's nailbi oozed out from her finger's ends-in a novel. High life in Texas.-The sprightly B ffaloniaun whilomt among the dead, now as 'quick" as the best of its city conutem porarm.- gives a graphic account of a visit wich t he fri. nid of ite -ditor paid to Gen. lHoiitotn. then President of Texas'a hlno. m1ore1 titan .a 3ear ago. The visiter foutid hi- Excellency tin a small log cabin, with ltalf;i a roof tad to floor, ott a miserablo ri kety old bed. it ithout sheets or pillow, het een two al blankets-that looked as if they ail been common camp properly throntilh ;a long canpaign. and constituted withIt his old mtilitary cloak, the whole of his excelleney's bedding.-qininmg up in his shirt, with one brawnN, naked, dark look ing ieg, hartaing over the btdstead, talk ill- to hi. atttenudt.t Gen. llenderson, (then Atortre% General, now minister to Eng ,and, who wassented on tan old chest) giv mtt, audietce to visiters, and earnestly en gagedt in th very interesting operation of caitching jieas. This is no fiction."-X Y. fiauu~c. Scene n a -Sucker Court.-Tht Illonian tells tie follinig tnusaing story of a scene that occurred during tihe sitting of one of te liinoi, Circtit Coutts. A const able, w ho had beet lately induc led into ollice, in as inl attendance on thn court. and was ordered by the judge to call Jlhn Bell and Elizabeth Bell. 'He in nediately be!an at the top of his ltngs, -,John liell and Elizabeth Bell." One tr a tne," said the judge." One at a t i me-one at ft time-ont at ttne." sbouted the constable. - Now you've done it," exclaimed tho juage out of patience. - No% n ou've done it-now you've done it-ow yau've done it," yelled the con slable. There was no standing this, and court, har, and bystanders broke out into a hear ty laugh, tao the perfect surprise and dis mav of the astonished constable. fnedote -" hat is ratio, John?" " Katio, sir ?". " Oht! sir-ratio? Why, ratio is pro ptiohn !'' "Very well. But wvhat is proportion?" " Oh ! pro;)ortion, sir? -Why,,ropor tion is ratio." -Certaittly But what are ratio and proaportiomn both ?"' "I can otnly atnswer one question at a timode' replied the boy. Character of a Gejntleman.-A lawycr, at a cirentit town itt I reland, dropped a tn pound note tinder the table while playing at cards at an itnn He did not dliscover la.a los.s tuntil he wvas going to bed, baut then. returned immitediately On reatchitng the .roo he wats mtet by the waiter, who sa'id.t "I know- whatt you want, sire you haave -Yes, I have lost a ten pound note." " Well, sir; I have found it, and hero it is." .. - " Thatnkq, my good lad, here's a sover "No. site, I watnt no pay for being hors e'st ; but." looking at him with a knowing grtm, " was'nt- it lucky that none of tho ge'ntlemena found it 1' The United States Mlarshal advertised for sale the prtoperty of the sureties of Mr. Swartwont, late Collector of' te port of Newv York, at public auction, on thme first inst. Good -The Albatny Datily Advertiser says thos~e whom were afflicted two yents ago, withI thte morns mnuicatulis fever in that vicinity, are convalescent! Free Banking.-Playing all ut;ght at at farn bank, anid tak ing a lgorn every te'u minutes.