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404 LWe will cling to the Pills, of gin T- ,pe b. P 8s Iim sai ui s.g VOLUME II. 1M&cfftI court nouse, F.V SE. .3 EDOEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in adaran -Thre Dollars and Fifny Cents. if ntau pak before the expiration of Six Months fron the date of Se6acription-and Fgur Dollars if xto paid within twelve Ieeonths. Subshcribere out Ofgthe State are reqited to pay in adrance. -No sohacription received ror leps than au pw, and no paper disconatinutted until ail arrear are paid, except at the optiona of ite Pub. lisber. All subscriptions will be continued unsless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the Any.person rnerinr five Suiscribers and becoiang resp iea for thesnume shnll receive hesthcopy nm Ad9rtiseets conspicuously inserted at &14 eents per square. (12 lines. or less.) for lhe lirnt inserton. and 431 cents. for each contianace. Those puiblislsed M1onthly. or quartely will be charged $1 per square for eaci insertin. Ad. versement' not ha~aving the number of inscr tionst sarked oan them. will be continussed ttuntil ered odt. and chargeed acordingly. All Job work done for perns living -at a dtstanc. must he paidi for at the time the work is done. or the ganment secured in latis vilbge. All commumention4s addremed to the Editor, pest paid, wall be laromitly and rtrictly atiend ed to. Candidates. Q?'The ftiends of If. R. WtLLIAMS. announce him as a candidute fur the Ofie of Sheriff. june 15 t( 20 07 The friendm of Capt. J. J. SENTELL.anoance hima anac-ndadatt for the office of Sheriff. natrch 28 9 0?' The friends of %car. BOROUGH BRI)AL)W ATERl. atnonneta hits as 'candidate for the .iice of Tax Cuo lector. utareia 1; he fiends of Nhubel A AWAY. annonnee hit as a candilate 6. the Office of Tax Collector, of EdgeI6d Do. tract. 050 The friends of Capt. W. L COLEMAN, annoutnce hin, .3 candidate for Ordinary of Edgetirld Dja. 4rict. Jan 19 If 51 07'The frlends of Win, J. SLW N$, E0"q., ann1ioince hin as a candjidat:. for de eice of(adinuay,of Edgelicld Disia ie Be emaber 2. tf 31 TbAftidiiIof CelonelJ Ber r E D trict. -. E OsuonercaL AUGUSTA EXCiANGE TABLE. Anf'ga Insurance and Banskinag Co. pear. Bank of Augusta. Branch State of Georgia at Asg.-ta t.A Agency Bank of Brunswick, Branch Georgia Ial Road, Moebansic's Bank. Bank of St. Mary'*, Bank of Mitldgevdlle par a j dL-c. Bank of the St. ot'Geo. at Sar. par a 4 - Branches or ditto iar a j - Agenucy of ditto, at Greensboro' par a j - Bank of Bruanswick. par a Commercial Bank. az Mnacon. li a Geo. a. K. & 11kg. Co. Athen. par a ' Marine& Fire Ite. Baak,$a. par a - Branch ufditio. at Macon, piar S " 'lanters' Batik, Savaniahl, par a - Rackersvle llaukuag Comp'y. par a l'hunjix Unnk of Colut. a, 5 a II" Oenaigl"..e Bank. 3 t 5 - Centraf Baik of Georgia. 2? a " Central It. K. & Bkg, Cto. Sav. 4 ac 6 lIsi. Bit. of Coluatbume. at Macon. - at 5 Echange Bank, Bruaswack. - u - Alabama Notes. a :. Charleston Banks. per. Bank of Camden,.' Bank of Georgetown. Commercial, Colsnabia, Morehtants'. at Cherniw. Banak of H amabur. No, "'adr ar 'acertlaina. Bank of Darien and iranoches. Bank of Columbua. Channaoocla. R Lt'uad & Banking~ Comtptany. Menroe R. Road' & Blankinag Coanpana. Planters' and Mechaaica'Banuk. Caalntabua Weuterm Bank of Georgia, at Rotue. Bank of Htawkausville. Drafts. On New York, a 1 premn. Charleston, a4 - Savannah. par 'a j adivc. Philadelphia. a I pre-m. Lenington. Ky. pair a I .Mica1UlX Not ice. frFERs his pro.--ieumal uservicae. teo ia -citize ns ot Ld' eelield villiage~ ;aandadjuarent eonnr , anal can be l'ontad. by enlliang tat S. V. Good e wellng.at nfl times. T HEfferbe asten!e h Jud;:e ol the District Court for Saunth Carn,n Disttiet. appoisnted Commtisasionter for lgelseld District. pursuant to the preoviaionas of ate Atci of Cogress, made, and niow an force. conicer, ing Bankrupts. Therefore. ay perso wish-a ing to availhitmself of aaidi Act, w all pleasee call tqwn tthenandesiganed. nt li-uinrg. S C.. who wall prepare all thet papers ncecessary to a linal discharge, oan as libcral termisa~ any uthier leer son, having procured all the Rtuesnand Blank of satd Court regairead,&c. ROBE~RT ANDERSON. IIamburg.3June27th ist2 if *2 Brought to thae JaU O P this District, a negro miana who says hi namne as Joseph. and thaat hee betonags ta John Patterson, of Mackies Island., S (2.. a ight complexion, large whiskers from ear ta .5 feet6 inches hig h. '~The owner is reqested to coma. forward presveproperty paycharges nitakehaimawiay C.I.GOOmMAN.. .. THlE U. S. DISTRICT COURT, DITRICT or 8OUTTH CAROLINA. IN BA NKRUPTCY. IN the matter of Leslie Smyth. n Bankrup Pursuant to an order of the )istrict Couu of the United State,., for the Diastrict of Souti Carolina. Notice is hereboy given.that canse b liewn wfore the said Court. at hse Federn Court I lousae in Charletem,. ot the third day o December set, at a-leven o'clsck. A. M.. wiij the aid eaishe Smytl should not receive li, Discharge ad Certifieate as a Bankrupt. C.lhatleston, 5th das oi September. ii842. Ii. Y. GRAi. Clerk. Septr 14 - 12t 33 TIE U. S. -1I'NICT COURT DISTRICT or SuUT1t CAROLINA. IN BANKRUPTCY. N tse mntter of John ti--4l. Planter. rep diag in Abbeville Ijistrict. Suuh Catsolias n Biankrupt. Purmiuant tit an Order or thle Diptrict Couri of thle l'nied Staffe%. for thle! Ditstrict of somli Cnrolina. Notice i-m biesh :veni, flhat cannte het shewn be:ore the said Cosurt. at the Feleal Court flnseou in Charlemttoni, oi the twentv. ei:hth dlay of' Jauitry set. at elevens cschi'k, A. 31.. %hv Ilse maedl Js.lhn Hii-iell. voshould iot rtceive hi.4 Ui-srlarp and Certificate as n iankiupt. Charleastoi.29Ih a.y of October. 1:.12 I. Y. GRAY. Clerk. Norr. 9 12 41 DIRECTV IMPORTATION. liqartwarr, 6 (ullery. r il t. suhlor eidw r?. ham ejimi receir ed direc t IFran1 the manufIIIacturers it L1-.ngland. and tim .\lsteis ra :-t ie-. a uiidsome and well u. H1na-dw tre & Culeiry, puIrchase. di clIta 1) for ca-sh, % Itsch they otl'er l.r ass e. tell l . able ters-. at their stire. It the bricL humi:isi. corner ast Centre and .laer. cer-t . is tin: of Esr .-.'d. and Asm eric:n INUDN. i fdl d10 :teel. l!, a% W aIre ,f atll sizes'. 1in. .1A M.,l, Iron. C(:..hnt .1 %t-. Xdze3.. Chip.s. andi Gouge If,.$o fiIA :1-mirtilee t. - :Vi ~ so':s Bellow.' & iizamers. r.I-t ilr dlse sh..e \w Cailsi -l,% 4.Tr: - & lotherr wagon Chains4. T1:aleh -0.'-- & sors.. " ' -'.+ bI;t' aid I re cut *,4 it.e a un i TatuSav *Lck1 liin;es, Augur Caulie. .lils. C"a1 31 Girindasotie.u.Maniiia rnpl4I ARe . flereld in this market. If-:NKELL & ROBINSON. Hlauit:m.. Oct. 49. l%42. ft 40 ItE.IOVAL. The- .1ew tash Store 7% und to :ha ne%. isirk buildin-g. coi. n-r fs it ia amis (:s'ntre-strieet,, next daoar to -idsey & I vdof -- es .r' owinpeuing n p -.fa :-ortoy.--1t o . i.n ble AX.\. 'RIN,'I & ENGLISH RG 4OODS; which n: 1.1 ffered :o 1tmas:d. ly low prices tur t1 .- il. Ist'tur -:k s I. t n I(matst tarv:;' jsiw sty les nfgon I-- .-iqirse-. I.vz: i::nred Or'anss c Iped tlriensta-. Ciae d Lainsti. Es h o-d d Lanes. lilah . ilue. ail Colored Silks : tt:.inet'. Al er m'<. i.men-s. Itwtnl.. wt t.stg, is er-:. l'I:'n . Ksnstuck% Jeean . attt-tt- imtakk-. Nes aistha'. 'A Ire -asrim. at ofShawk-. fro :174 cent1 'is 12 ;onirzs ls into " a'a - -1- $7 : and :s shurt. every ntchal and ornam- .ital artiele m the Dry fionbd- 6ln. In cronveat5.oi. wiab tlhsa !tare. will be leit a Mer-hant Tailor Shop, (.trmine s hsou;: Ile Str . wat, r ln miper ita ne:'r:ra nt~ ir li I t s.... I i'sWI CA-IV W hl.-r di b-- . a -.1m erggt oft5 ieruulf fl l ir.e r 4.0.i ra . .-- I ajto~,s. sat :al rador. I 3 l.ait ,a ~!.-. f'to .: with ai i.le sim mistnz' s liars en- taawss,n knyI h bit Ish-. 'ard osr sehart tse mrtate'ruia' tand havel thei'r .i.ara-nts m sadea inth lats t iasion watrrantied to lit. at EDJGEFIELID DIMTRECT. IT' i Ordier'd thtat a Co.nlrt oif Comminnn kPsne. ror the Trial safahe Caas ntE dimiedo t tii Termi. lhe hes bat 11 Ksdg field Iort~. Ios e. 'tie asu r' I Moundl ay in Jouuary. ne. Gen. opee c.Pfresiding Judge. 1 Nsov. 2.te C C.4 P'OTATIOEN. 1)IIR R L L Iriash Pout;tsoes fo.r f:natily Ass u ospansting.just~ receive.d on can s3i;:nenst andfor salehby II. L. JEFFEFRS. Ilrat.ha. . Natv. 7 ri- 41 *F O F.W A liN .d l peraons from trad , inig for n, Note or Iiunl. given: lay Es Eve,,... IhlaniilaJne'-. andi. Johnai ( . Jaousss. fstr onea hundtaredl and tifte'en dosllars. daue lit Jann-i .ary I842. andu prayable ist Jianuary 184:3. asi the piropIerly for which .andt note wa-s givenm hi'a pirovedl to be iiele: tar me. and was warrriited t ite, I sam deata'r enined nat toi pay) satid ntei tin lea.. compjelledI by law. JolhN DORN, Juor. Oct.-21; If 3Is I Nolice. T IIE' firm af liassais. .Mursti & Asrpr. - 'on. suias dia~sslvedl sn the list orde'sem her last; li the unjoineus of the 'onicernt will ba nettled by knumosr & Ags u ms, whtocontinuc bu~siess at the same plasce. O~ct.'J, 184J. t' 36 ST OR E T O RE.V'T. T lli 'ture asdjosiag 31lesssr. Fra/.i'r & A'ddisou, at ta well fitted tup for alr Gsoods. Clothing or Shoe Stare. ingmtre of 31. FRAZIER. Nov at .11 THE FARA ER. Those who labor in lihe eanrth are the chosen people elf God, wheo breaem he has made him peculiar depiopite for substantiul and genuine virtue.-Jeferson. Drive o(n. tion sturdy tanner. Drive cherily *'er tie tield Te pleasures of n farmer'it life No other life canl yield. Thon rismet with tihe morning sun, To Oill the fruitfml earth; Anl when illv tdily task i-o lone. Thom seek'st thy peaceful liear. Thon lovest not tie ndy town, W ith its tumultimosim roar: Plenty aid peare thou fireside' crown, .%nd thein dost ask no imore. Minarchm with rmbem in erimnmson dyei, Are low. coompared wil thee: Thcv are tIhe patme:rredl suin of piiJe. Tbou'rt God's nobility. Go so. thn seturdy farmser. Tread promly mn time .enl. Thv proid aid gtoodly heritiage, i'hou chimenm man ef God. TIE SEASON. BY THIMaIAe MoD. Summiler'm :: one a nd over! Fo i are fodlins. domwn; And wiih rummet mineueus Aututumu' doing brown. Biongs are daily rided By the gty t ihiere, Aid lie Beok of Nature tietteti short of leaves. Round the tops of honie4, Cod . .au .... But tie Month that fillows. Sure will pinch us wurme! C rotpTSTEPS OF ANGELS. BY IiIENRY W. LtO.NGELLOW. When lite hourm oa dav are nlumbered. And the voice ofthe minigh W~nke the tter m that shmbered, To a ioly caltn delight; Ere the evenintm lanps are lighted. c And like pianmnmarm grim and tall, Shadows from tIhe tiolfl fire-ligiht D.ince upumn tihe parlor wall; Then the forma. f:me departed Enter al tihe upe ms duor -a Te b.-loved ones.te rme.he:rted, Come to 1i.6a mae onmce more. lie, tie vouing ard strong. whocherisled NoIble long1ings har tIe strfie By tihe way-.de ell andif lerimhied. Weary ih time mnarcl ms life ! Tn-v, thre Imaly ines and weakly. #l'homthe crusm of nmferi;:g laure Feohled dheir piale hainds mi a:maekty Spiako with ns imn earth noea uure ! Amid with them the t'e-ing Beautemems, Who oter :ny vo t asgivena, Anid is now :mammat mi eaven. With a slow ande mnoi-elese f.,i- : p. Come-m tihe imeseng ,r dmwmme TFake, thmo mvacanit chanmm beesic me-. Laiys leer geinde hmande 1mn annaie; ~Am nime sits ande gazem'. at mi'. Witha tiheae demep andm tenede'r eye.. 1 Like time etamrem. so ,.nml anmd sainthke, Loouking doiwnward freom thoe ek e'-. iteredm not, yet commplaehenided, Ile thmemmlpmrmm' 'ieicete.. prayer; 4oft re bukIes., ina besing.. emnded. Llreathmg frum lier Imps ot'nmr. 4 Oh. thmought oft depmresesed anad lonely. All nay t'eamrm are lamed aside, If I Immt remetulabted onemy Sumch am thee hamvo hmveed aned died ! .IL'MCelIt6MueoMg. THlE DadilONES$T BANKRUPT, We have not asiumeid mism title as though ~it belonaged to a ciharacter of rare necur rencte. Unmfortumnnaely for mankiad, it is baut tomo commomn. Ilumanity hasn wept at I is frequenti appearance, and justicee seems to~ hmave drawn closer the handage over her Cee, that she might ehe more etfectually hide trom her view it. deformity,. We now refer to that species oaf bank- i rumpts who has fraudulenutly taken the lhen i-fit oft time insolvent act lay concealing his wealtha, or wm hmm has afterwardis acquiredi richmes, taut still continues to withhold from is c reditoars thmeir just dues, and derides 1ihe claimsn cat equity, n hich, though like a chmained lion they cannot be divested of, their strength are rer.dered iuert by the shacklesm of the law. -Among the creditorsuf the bankrupt are frequently to he round toe widow and the orphuan, the omechanic ande the laborer, whmose dimes aro kept back by fraud, and w hose wretemeduess is aggravated by see ina; their wenhithy creditors ronling, in plea s~re at 'setting their c hones Th law is c equal gs*. which puts-it h) the tA6, rich and yet with ' isdebts. Bet. , teri .1 ifthere were a no 8w gsense of na tive inst the wealthy t banktIp m to surrender o bis ill" treasure. I Bus- , the law is no excuse hr the ruplcy-it does not, y and-ca "ternal nature of right Mod w who takes the advan- i11 age of s, to cheat his credi- in tori,' feeble dye-not having ei that sl e mcse *hich even the Ew urd' etimes plead, namely. th injured the prompting of re- or retageief, who, attempts to w ieuter . b helping himself to al Four p . rubber, who open y bids eliver, would be de- gr ;raded rhon with the dishonest tu Mnkiu f takes nothing but nove efobberimay he reshied ca -the plea of p-,vcrty. and the dbher equivocal virtue of coar- sh ge-'ba nest bankrupt, under ali :oier UV defrauds you of houses go 1sad land the excuse of woni, en loesihat a legal subterfuge, wich ya had t- be equivocal virtue of do lsldly a , like the robber, in de iancr ad death. tu But. Iirence in the fate of wi iose ividuals. The lesser sic dlain, unlawfuljy taken the ralue of Iary dellars. is dragged on a thb bar and thence cousi-ned for o bar'd igominy in the pIeni- yo ontir the greater villain, who ble ias, 40 the law, robbed tihe onet triUS of thousands. rolls to a the M and enjoys the cares- rai sa , .and fashionable and sol ddy in an inhabitant of this i)A llge us instance of the dis- de on eighbor of his by ni; d yad become the pr __ cOntri- ihi udedn-twpaPwr sso, wae victim to u,.- . onast- baltd leaing a wife and th hildren iiW or subsisteuce. How many oth .n" defiauded, and are now of Uffering th.gosequences, we know not -we menntis case as one of singular ggravatio- IsIC L---- Wpti the State of New York, an od settled j'one of the cities on the H ud- po un.-Until:iis -time the moral hue of his onduct seems to have been somewhat 1h1 oubtful--iire was, perhaps, nothing in ; which could be pronounced absolutely illainous, unless it be proved that he bor- an owed inoneywith the design of failing , std drew in the-honest farmer to be hisi Er urety, withthe previous knowledge that mu t eveutalte in his ruin. But the dri arker part oflhe, transaction, the after- hn iece of vallaiy a yet to come. tgaged in busminess, was successful, and a a few yeas rose to wealth. Now was be time to iserepaid, at least so far as oney would go, the imiseries he bad ya rrought upoirthe ,famnily of that farmer.- rot 'o restore the husband and the father, to Cniiil the days ere the wife was a widow, upd the cbildren orphan., was not in his in ower-tO pay what he owed, principal in nil inaserest, h'e.'was abtutndantly able- da tid this he sbhduld have dane to she utter nost fai thinggetal wvoutld have done if a park eithaer ofhonesty or humanity hadi aemsained nneitinlguishetd in his heart. lie da ;.i no:) do it and has o, done it to this ly. He satrpacsthe sascredl alsar,ni ,azta'tcea of the cothmi~ton cup, lhe pro. as fath inliim who has commanded til ..*do unto othera-as you would have oth rs do unto yopum's-iand yes, he ws ithholds fit ho substane the widlow and the fatther- Ti Near she*IS'ofS inter's day a young dr smle came1 his house. $he was tic lad in poersed mea-apparel-she seem- ng d to have besa biedt@ better fornune, hut or o have pasisd et: latter years in servi- si ude. Ma ~-ad humility, gentle eas and ''e fiontwas marked in her li' lemneantor.3 ~-approached the master f the house .wrth freflbing diffidence, a tb ear stoodL~ferpeye-she hoped she chi bould niot - Uee6--she declared her elf the olds 1sgtsof-.---, naming the da armner iromR wifotl. had taken his. all, ce ind who in cosequenfcet had descended rel token hearted to the grave. t At the menitiot of that namne, and the se ight of she orphan-daughter, the consci-' nec of L was touched, bus he suppressed s5e be feeling by a' strong effert. ile had hi njured the familthtO deeply for repara- hi iou, and felt. s dispo..stion to forgive, a here he hadl ijrd. He addressed she lit roung womatlernft voice and asked chat might be Muiness wish him. a The orpbitC that her mother, th ier brothers were in want or he necessarl .hat she understood at that lhe was and could easily at repay what~ their due ; that. soeasto demand it, hr bt would a ravor any, the to smletp see ft so bestow. '-Young I uad 'be, "I am sor-~ va prised you here with such a e plea. If I ebted to your fat h- 0 r, tihe law hats discharged -ne from that' bligatioan." "True, but jubtice." s4aid the girl! "Who talks ti lie of justice?" interrup !d L "if you or any of your famitly. have ny L[rOAL claim let it be brought -" "A legal claim we don't pretend." said te trembling girl, '-but I thought a sense rjustice urged by a plea of :umanity, tight have someo weight." "indeed!'- said L. "ibat's fine talk-do )an think I'm a fool?" '-I think nothingr." feelingly aonswered e girl, ".ui l:e ondition fir my polar other, my little irothers and sisiers-onace joyed lihe confort-4 at life-now reduted begaary. Oh. think for a mmentl of i eir wants, and let it l;atve soninfrillucice I your heart Oatm, iknees I beg you t il pity their cotlition-it is fir them, Jne I picad-l ask notln, foir nysell. "Plead till you are grav-keel fill vanr ow to the floor," replied L. and coIdly rmed away. Night had now come. it was ..rk an I Id and .atrarmv. -'Will yno he 1I i.in0I enagh to :1Ilo4w 'lie alter foir III- ila!" sual the 'airl. noaw noist exthan-ted byher feehnifgs ---Ilihave t nlo m1J*ow.. I amn a girangi-r. and knoyaw t where ' ." "Yonne '-lian." siI. - L. eril l y. "-I no1t lwie, hie ir, d.--d % lith yCu. "Is ii you: ea,tom." said "Ihe 0i., '1 the ae.-4 and pinasless int ,1..- sr r. len the dreary omacht. the c-ald and the2 ran are se dreadfull!" "Girl," replied the bankrupt. -y it caen. a fool's erroatal. aid may thanik viure-@!f such reception as you n' e wit'.' I til e u at once more I fdon't witsh to ie trou II with you-there is the door!!" T'he Voig wotnai arose-sie seemairl Rcflacire energy with the occusi n. 41ie -el her eyes to hesven. "Mighrv Gad!" 6 d she. "is this a being created in thine age, this man u itlhhnl'ls from the wid- o and the fatherless their just due. who i mies the hbun if a sheler for one t - tIP A lt to the weary. the weak nt ,he h anyless, wh.n he has beggared-, this I man!" - ~~ * -- ---... ....a. aughts c This is one instatce among a thoutand b the DISHONES r H %NKRUPTS. . --- Many FAcis in Few Wrd.-A ltgal ne of* ourteen poials. or the eighth of hundred in Englaud. are sixteru unds in Holland. ( The faihoan, six reet, it derived froin ! height of a full grown man. A haul horse measure, is four inches. An Irish mile is iweay-two hundred i forty yards ; a Scotch mile is nine n hundred and eighty-four yarda.; an c glish or statute mile, seventeen houdred I sixty yards: German. eightecu hun rd aml sixty yards : Turkish, eighteen ndrel anl tweny-six yards. in acre is forty eighi hiidred an rair vluare yards. or sixt -nline yards. one ,t eight anl a ianif inches each way. A ture mile. seventeen hurtired and sixiv rds'each way. contains six hundred and ty are". T'lhe Christian era was first used, In intig time, o Rome, in 527 ; adopaed France, in 750, int Spain 150 : and Portuzal. 1410. i'The earlv Christians a tead ruom the accession aof Dioclesinu. 284. I'he P~essians give n~ame, to every dar, the mtonath,. just as we gave thetm to ysaltf the week A man is taller in the morning than at ;ht, io the extent of hailf ani inch or are, owing to the relaxation of the car-I .ges. T'he Esquimaux attain the height of but. r feet three inaches. atia the Mongul arters but four feet nine inches. The human body cotnsists of two hutn ~d anal forty bones, nine kinds of ar ulatins or joinings, oneo hundred ctartil es or ligaments, fouar hundred muscles tendons, and une hunidreda anerves, oca les blojod, ar teries, vein-s. &c. Riley asserts. that Arabs, in the desert. e two hunadred years. Thae faoot of the Chaincse fetmalae, frain heel to the great taw, is only four in as long. 'Total abstinence froan finl above seven ys is fatal to man. tint there are instian a uof surviving after a laong perioda. A igionas tanalic, in 1789.aiaterrminedl fiast forty days. but died on ahe six In marching, tualdiers take seventy-flve~ *ps per minute ; ajuick marching aone~, nalred andl eight ; and int chargsg, our' nadred and fifty steps. The IHindouos have the art of personno g death, so as taa d eceave able surgleona. Au elephtat bred to war stands against volley of' musketry, and thirty brallets in e flesh will not kill himt. F'ish are drawn towards a light; tbey sembke to be fedt by the sound of a bell, ad are fond nif music. A chesnut tree on Mount AEtna is one andlred atnd ninety-seix feet round, cdose the trunk. Potatoes planted below three feet (donot agetate; at one foot they are grow t'hick at, atnd at two feet they ate retarded two - rcc months. The mahogauy treo is full grown in two hundred years. Cypress tree are known tu be eight hundred ur ne hundred years old. There are no solid rocks in the arctic region-, (owing to the severe frosts. Fossil lones of the lizard, a enty four feet iti length, equal to he diaguns of antiqui ty, have been found in Bavaria. The surface of the sea is estimantedf at 150.0O.000 square miles. tsking the whole surlare if he glope at 167,000,000 square iniles. lIt greatest dept is supposed to bc equtial tel the height of the lihighest moun tain. or four tiles. FreAh waler lergins it freeze at thirty wu degrees called t!e freezing point ; tut salt water dioes not lreeze till thirty th nl a half degrees. Of one aundred parts into which the u1r.ce of the earth may he divided, Eu .)Je clitioitas seven. Africa twenty-oue, ,.nttieuial A-na thirty-three, New Hol Afdl. &c. eigh:. Soutit Amecrica fifteen, worth A iterica. sixteei. A rylbtider otf water may le converted t;' ice, by placing it l ive poutinds of ulptistei #if wigna. atd foir pounds ol'sail horIe ncid. at tlorty-six drgree, %ell tase 1. i';e ice is extracted eir use by put tng t ew c) lit.iaer in heit % ater. Extremne cold prilucesi the same per rp-tutn Ion the skiu as great heat. When wretary is lint&-i at feuriy elegrees beloW etro. the enaiaion oilthe kin is the same that of toeihing reJ hut iron. t sounti )f thurder asty be heard for venty or twenty five ittles. or with the ar o ite ground. mutch miore. Light iog t-, I re.et-cred ore tindred and fifty or V tj huidred mile.-Saturday Chronicle. One Jr.-li Qoo's lust sermon, we 114 t.1e1 0ol1owin1.1 ne, m 141ense : An t1o4ke4 Uli-la Jfe jnst as he does up I the wnSOIetn--e' .a0 sto living with jinm. .I he can't tiie wi'hout them. * le rill run after them-and ratiter that be enld, he will blie his cuat tail and eharae -r-kiises thetmt feor love, and kicks them or leading himi iito troubhe. So with ra .......- . 9: 0 t actruialy 1:3 in reasell li -.-rts nad curq.au. tuutiplied i% isen. a Pind ;'ied the weorld with parcel of camhJurct fOr perdiion -and at one ofthelm. Boag'hing aade f <-tten.-We have ever al artirles frron South Cotlinta and eorgia poapers. showing that bagging made of cotto there is bcing used, and eucrally ltpproved. We wish sincerely iat some of our leading planters would ake the subject in hand and give the ex eriment a fair Itial. We d. think that very planter coull, ifhe would, make his wn Coitou Jagging, as profitably to him elf a,4 he now makes iiis own aegro cloth. 'ig; and we have toticed for years, that ur no-t successful platers, always make verythling they can at fuhme. This is tho rue pulici. and were it followed general y. we should never be troulsled with a igh rate of exchange against us. If planuters would give Cotton Hag"ing liglprefore nce over hemp. in a oitrt ime isey would crene an ad-litional demand, nsunally fr ~0,t00 bales4 of Cotton to take into Baiuging. Il they cant make at home-let fatctorieas he'estabishIed for hat purptte. ii mtust he the cheapest lgntg thie'rt n . It catn be made ntt of the mnett trashy cotton in the crop, tttch. if ftir ttst co tolbiai It0 rent, wvonId o1 tbrintg .v--r five, anad then after being ad.- up, woutld generrally when the cnt tou acked in'i was sold, hr tng from 8 tu 1t, emts per poundt. fluere the planitet woauhi ot tonly be paid full value for the raw mataerial. hut also well paiad fair maanfc uring it inato ikagginig. It could easily hen nadae as heaMvy as Ken tucky, whtich wei:-has, on an averinge. it is said. % lice o the yard. Thle Coatton then in at i ar., vnu.l. at 5~ cents per paounda, he wenh I2 e..tS, while the same yard would self with ortont in it at 20 or 25 cents, thus paying ichily for mankintg. SIake your Bagrzing dlangers. and you will he independent of le TarilT on that article.-Will you look i the subjei!-Pcerry Eagle. A Ihorse's Foot-The faiot of a horse Sacne of the most itngenieeus and uexam pled pieces aif mtechanismt in the animal 'ructure, and scarcely yielding to any in corelarity. anti itn complexity of parts, un ier titmplicty of design. T1he hoofecon ans a series of vertical and thin Iaminte. ef hoern. so nutmerous as to amount to a asut 500). atnd forming a complete Iining n it. itn t*is are fitted as many lamaina' >elongitng to 'ho coffin bone ; while both lets nre elastie & adhterent. The edge of quire of paaper. inserted leaf by leaf, in o another, will convey a sufficient idea f ahe arrangemuent. T~hus the weight of he animal is supported by as many eluas ic springs as three arc lamine~ in all the reet. timouniting to about 4000;t distuibu Led in the most secure manner. swece eve rv spring is actetd o in an obligne diree Otto. Snech is the contrivance for the safety of ttn nimal .Jestined to carry grea ter weights an ,hoese ttf his own body. and to carry thaoee alsot untder the hazard of hea vy shocks.-Masce'lrdar.