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.... ... k t. @mif - "Wa wiU .ling ea dhe Pillm. f the 'Temple oforLledg itl, we will Perish amidst~Run. -' 2QBL1RO iITOR. Thie Dollarager 'ins., fpal iti emsme. --Tiew Dolhli~u' FIgF Cents. if not patd ~ ber heexpiration'f8x Months fran the d& Sub' tion-and Pour Do~ars,-if PWe paid;within twelve- & Subribei -an, tOfLs$0.1110 are- ' Sed AW1YIn edie8ce. NiS than a yer, and no'nUed 'nti anurrear Ap an pa ,eept at .a option of the Pub baber. All subsecriptiones -w0bcontinued unless - ,oherwi'eti' thi epiation of the year. -~ .. Any paes psoirig iro beeifiers and m.mns.sponsibfdrtbhmteaalrecewC 2M Me pcoe in edat0 in~d- 0-arked *er theme will ce~tiaued antil oriuwAd out, and harged accoonbgy. Al db wo don for -pervoaiB living-at a disgWce, s bust he paid frat(tb tine thewerk1 isedo .,reth e eydcrd it she *ibg. hdonunumma t reed do'thI ito*, p"Oit , 9ufwe prosptly and stried ataemi ed to MASeth ofded, 1867, inasive, olia.wig beteoeived at the Contrat of te. j'04 Aiice Department, ins the cnty of 'asungton, antd.3 o'clock PM of the 13th d if A ,0&3, (to be decided by toe 15t dviy.fay ,)ou die routes andthemanner and 31 roi Adam's- Eti to Edit Island, I& miles and lick one a week. - 'Leave Adam's Run every Wedned *t 6 a, arrise at Edltso bsland same J_% 11 Teat o~is Wedilay a11 a,.af is a und a #my by6 'ropiau ls gkuy o af lyaser 3am Bridge, a rie atdw yble. 45 aweeek eae owa r edneftsday at --- a ie a -iar Bb a. Bluff-xk bt a t 3I85 From C l E U. - nto Grcl,$ Cb. eual 0iles a nd e ak ne a eek Leave Yorkeville eery Wedneay at p im arrie a: cro der' Ce ek same day by 6 p it. ids From Greeiseoile c h, by .41lk-r's, Dookmaura. Caheale, Woodrnfl's Vass Put teu'd, Williamt Golsmwith, jr's, and Dr. Aus tin's, to Grecnville e I, equal to 30 miles and Snback, once a week. Lease Greenille every Friday at 6 a m ; ar *as at Greenville next day by p 1)t. ,31d7 From Hmuricane to flancockrille, 20 miles and back, once a week. Lease Hurricane erery Friday it 5 a in: ur rive at ilancockrille same day by II a in. Leave lkancockville every Priaay at 2 p s; arrive at flurricane same day by d p in. 3l From L:iicoliitoi. N C, Ly Lung Creek Shoals, Falls. and Cronder's Creek, to Yurk. Ville. s c. 37 1-2 imilea and back, once a week. Leae Liecolaiton every Wedneisday at 5 a m arrive at Yorkuitie same day by 6 p an. Leace Yorkeled every Thuisday at 5 a in, arrive a: ieulnotn saawe day by 6 p n. 3189 Fs mu alarsun c 11 by briaton's Neck, to convwymboro' 40 mides aWd back, once a week. Learee Marion e h every Sunday at 5 a m-ar.: rice at conwab'.ro' aanse d-'y :'y 7 p mi. Leaes conwayaibor-m' every londay a: 5 a an, arrive at .Marnon e Ia aaine dray byp 7 r m. 3190 From' Traveller's Rtest to Pumpkin. town. 16 wniles and ba.:k. tince a week. Leave TF;aveller'se itest eteay Werdn ila 8 a m; errile at Pumkntowna se d 4, t Le 2... Pumpkintown every Wednsesday at 2 p a: ; arrive at ?racellers Res~t same d;:y by 7 p an. 3191 From Wiannsorongb. by Grayden's, to Ltocky Mlunt:, .t5 miles and back, once a waeek. L cave Wiunnsborough every Thursday at 8i a mn: arrive at lt'.c!:y .ilount sein day by a p iin. /.eat'e R~ocky .Vanniit eeery F'riday :at aim; arrie -at Winnusboromsh same dasy by 4 p wn. I. Seven minti., are allowed for openin:; and closing thme nails at nil *ilices, wheare no particular timeC is mpe.'itied. ?.. Ponut Office bi-maka. .i'a:l bags,. nro so be conmvey'aJ "' tnout furtiser chaarge o um~il lanes 3. lin all caese<. there is to be a: forfeituire of, thme pay oft the tr .t. v~heni the trip is no: rims:: a for'is'eure of at len:-' 'mne-fourth' pact of ii. when the runmis;; or ar-rival ii so tar behm'i-l time as to lour :ne~ coi'miection wit'i n i<'eend ing m it ; aingt a fo'rtjature of~ a dume -,ruposr:ion of it, wvhen a gradie ora-.ervie is rendern'. .:me reor tin thiat ci the conitraict. Tnemse f..res i.s may be inicreased ainto penalties of ti~lher amnontsi zarr,!ig so the nature '.rfrqec of the tlare an~d the iUportanzce of thein-m. I 4. Fine. wrill be impeor':d, nuile.s the -;.lin. qucecy be saifaictorily explained in due t, a. for t'ailing tn take fromn. or deliver at a ps'.: of lice, the iai, or 'imy partf of it: 1mr sutierm-l it to be wet, ibnired. Iro,:. or dlestmoyed; fomr ro - veyirig it in a ulace or macnner that exo"n-a to depiaedasiun, lou.s or :nipary ; not a ivs og at the tiae se .inl fr .at'h mny or rannos:4 an express to transm't c'm~nercial iist.*1K..nec In advance'L ofthe mail, a psenalty will Ibe exactt. ed egnal to a quarter's rp. 5. Thea Posstmaster Genseral may am.ad the cou tra't for repented fa.iluree; for violatlag tihe Post Otlice laws; for disnbeyin g the in:st.nc lions of the Deparnmet for refusimig to di,. charge a carriesa %hlen required by the Depart. mcmit; for aigning time contract withouaat the m:.niient ofthe Pouatmaster GenerL'al, oar fomr set :ims up or running aim exprees as aforesaid. ".'1 Th a:.cmster (G.-ne,-. :: a ater th.' tract. and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro cata-increase of con senation. within the re strictJOns ituposed law, for thawdditioual ervicereqired, or or the increased speed, if the emoplopment'of additional stock or carnrs . rendered neocsacry. ht the contrnctor lny relitiquh the hontract, ob ls oie, preewa to thoChan6** He may s'JIe"aciinue oreWurailthiserhce, eallow ting r month's extra pay 94 dq amtount die. psed with. - . - 7. The pajnbuts ifill be mad e o9g diafts oN pot ofline ofr therwise, afterbe oz piratiun ofeaeal. qiartcr, say in Feuruury1a August. andNoveinber. . The ditances are giwen'aciording to '! bbl inabrn.ation; but no increased peg will allowed, should thly proie to be greater it a-M is adfetised. iftbe piacepre orrecdy 9 s 9. The Postasiter General is proi iil 6y ioefrom knowingly making a contract fe tleetranspo'rtation of the mal with any pertio who shall baft entered. Into any corobinatin, or proposed :o enter. into anyp coahtion, to present the makig ofany bid- for a mailtan tract by any other person or perond. whistiall base = any agreement, or shall bare tven ot protaiaed to gie or perlm, ay cosaderation iZ do, or not to do, anything waNterer to 1nduce any other person not to bid for a mail contract. JO A bid received after time; to-wit: the 13th An'lmxt-at 3 p m, oc w.thoutthe nar. anteo ' ' by law; or that coitbines eat ral otesk l he sum of ccmpensation..caua i eonsidered in ' wtitin wath r propoutuPot adjbig~t eeta 11. 'bidder may propose die C daytId houts of departure and arrivdd@a'ITd muorertni-t-.e is asked. f. l is obeiot that no mail canoeidn or otheratoomrnian is prejndiced. He ask or aspecifed aH be of days for time toilfnp ateertan hadid But iolke sve. dicco ~ tilipsie toutewath it ' eance;a a wbe .above 4 teagions, be etituated a . d but.one r for bid in The *,mtiAf pay, ibe, er'anse name of egh member ofthe 6rm~wbere-a ni should bodjinedystatued. , -t he feliwing is the form ofthe w shonldihb. filed, the first the guarantor itC . rtgil beg' sand ternwatibapoint o it tWng dated. eboed the * wh -g , Now t wrtien '~ ajWstr,01 r eq ial, to be a --I h oresi Oil from enter: nt bf1ttprior to the st dajor Juty neit, with good aned sof ticient suretie's. to perfrim the rerice propored. --Dted - 15. The bid should be ent iude-: "sal. ad dressed to the Fiust Asseitnt Potinaster Gen eral, with .1ail ProlsalN in the- State of -- ." written on the race of the leetter; and shond be despatched in time to be receiced by or befor,, the 13th April next. at 3 o'clock. p in. 20. Thr cntracts are to be executed before the 1st Jiuly niest. Post Oufce D.parre'%e. J1nuuary 7. 41. C. A. WICKL.IITE. jaitary I. 1943 12w 51 Executive Department. ,.Cop.nt rs 12th Jnmtuory 1?1l3. By fliq Excellency JAubls 11. U.Int w.':,. 1 U. Governmor antd Comm ii ander-itn Chiefia aud ofer she State taf $oth Carolina. ''TIIE E AS,informnationa has b;een re rTecived at thais Depaarumenut, that an otrocion<c murder was cominsitted in the vi. c'n:ty of Alexaonder ?,oultrie'e plantatinni, in Si. Lukes'b Parish, on the. 9th December la~t, by a negro man named JONAS. on the body of Bob, a nuegro manu. be.longing t9 s aid Mattitrie, and that said J'onas ha. fled from justice. N~ow ktnow ye, that to the end justice mayui be deo~e, and ihatihsaidl Jounasmtay be brought to legal trial fur hsis offence, as .tforceaid, I doc hereby offer a reward of One hlundred Dolhlars for his apprehen ion and delivery into ay .atil in this State. Joniaa is dceribedt aifteinua about -22 ye-ars old. .5 feet 8 incies high. of a yellow compiilexion, formerly bdunghutg to d:a .\l. tiandler Moultrie, now owued by Christopher Gadsdenu. Gjiven under may hatnd and ial of th'e State. at Columnbia. the 14th day of Janut;,ry, onc thousnid ci:ht hutndred -tcid fmr tv-three, and the .ixtv'-seventh year of ihe ladk;eendlence of the Uni ted z'tates ef* Amnerica. J A M .S 11. H A.11.\tND. W. F. Au tuif, Stccr1targ of State. Jaun 25~ 3: 5i2 tione and Lot for s:afe, XT !h ER E the Subwrrbe-- residecs. A Y h;:in tmay be expected, by ay pe'.rson tishing to p-archase,~ SI.MS LECQUIE.X. Jan 25 :i 52 .ntice. TlOSE indeb'etd to the Subscriber, an Administrator of 3lary Elam, tie ensed, or as Comnmissioner in Equity, will do well to make payment before return day in Fcbruary. .TRY Jar.25J. TERY THE COTAGE BIBLE. T HIS valuable Family Biblo is fur sale in tais Village.by J.~4. TIBBETTS. Fmn the following recommendatioos, it %iln be find that tho above work is held :n ,a esaisiation by sorn of the mosit le Diviues. ECOMMENDAT10NS. id Mawr, Rector of Wt.. Georga's c,'eurda. Nesc-4;rv&. - miwr.n:-t have esamined .the r Cottage Bible, and consider ations and additions of the A ditor as having very much en-: value or that excellent work. mwents do not admit ofay red mghout, so as to ascertain how r a Cpwentary may, in all its parts, *etord with tho sentiments which I have b!Aeled to entertain on doctrital subjects; Wave turned to many placem; both or *daI -.and Now Testamcnt, and, from 399M.pataination as I bave-been able. in I to make ofp part of its contents, lIt a *ad -reasonwo coulide in the as sptee, of tii American Editor, that, Wile it exihits and illustrates the esn i167T. ' ri the ospel, there is in it . justly give offence to any call denominationof Christian. - sertion in the ceatre column of each paee of the refcrences and marginal road ,ing of the Polyglott Bible, the placing of headings of conteuts to the chapters. the introductory and concluding remarks 16 ecahebook.'the Chronological Index, and ce ddinonal.Notes, are all unqueastioned improrements of the work, as originally gnbhd in England. . a ehdap Commentary fur the use of faI: tes, and especially for ieachers or pu pils in Sunday Schools, the Cottage Bible will b a valuable substitute for larger O the ptocurance or which, their zis may uot be eomputent. I am. gentlemen, your ob't. sern'., JAMES il1!N O. .Hasmatin, Pastor of LAM canBrageort Cowx. Mr exanued the. Cottage Bible, I rOcatmenad it to those 'who nay fOr-d C am itary on the Scripture, a useful an igcl. r It em.1 bodib WOCI t information. and is deci on its exposition of 1he J :trluths c. b Gospe: 'ATHANEL HEWITT. ra N A J. TACKABERRY. Fron Rev. James II. Linsley, Pastor of the Baptist Church, in M it ford, Conn. I have examined with attent'on for'a few days. *-The Cottg- t :d.- atil Fain ily EVpo-sitor," 'and cizerflnitv aecomimend it to every family, cubb-th elonul feather, awd ')ible class, as il cocnairs a valuable Cnmmnotary evidently seected with care from Gi!!. 1 ivnry. Seott, Dodiridge and crl.er, an.! thnang"h ahe Engi'.h and Aner i.-an editors are bmoth Peldob:ptists. ahey give los lpre-emaaincere to theiroti Onei maaenetstth ii round in any other coin metary iam. The ir~tus;ations4 andi m.ginau! relreoces. fanta notes of the l'oly':lar il'., I t.tcen as aore valua hife than the voiincumntmey itself. And latly, the very low lrice at which tire w-,r isfrad renaders ii obtainabsle lbyI nernrly every LteIny,.rote fautily int the land With these viewst, I am happy lto state that l' conider it the best book to ele% ate the standalrd 'of biblical krnowledge ini the coammunity m~ lar;:e. thrat haos fallen undet muy observatiot,. Y'trs. &c., . . J.-MES H. LINSLEY. Statte of South Car'olina. E;DGEFlELD DISTRICT. DY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, O)0rdiinary of Edgefacld District. Whlereas, James Swearcngena, Sen., hath aappied to ume for Letters of Adini.ittra tion ona all and sinagular the goodsuand chat tels, rights and credits of Jesse Swear engen late of the District aforesaid, deceas Teeare, thuerefore, to cite and ailmon' ish all and sing~ular, the kindred and credli tors of the said deceased, to bec and apapear befoure me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the sai.District to'bo holdenu at Edgefiold Court rHonee on' thc Gth Pebruary. I843, to show cause. ir any, why the said M-~ minisatration ohould not be grant~ed. Given under my hand and-seal this 23d day of Jantuary. otme thousandl eight hun dred and forty three. & in' the sixty-seventha year of A tiuerican nd >LAndende.. Jan. 2.5, 1843. *2 12s b SR' ..Notke. Li Lthose indetead to thec Estate of' ...iohn ('odell, deceased, will mnake immea.diate paymnenu.,uand all those whlo have been taet:In a .gentsa for said Johnt Goodell. :andl have Alum Sprin~gs Padls in their posses->ion, will deliver them up and paay fur what they htave used withonut de lay, as the Estate muts: be settlcd. WVM. B. MAYS, Adim'r. Jan 18 4t Si5 NO0E & 3OB PRINTDTG OFgEvery description esecutedl with .neaOtntess des'patchi.at the Office. ' noluc- Er yn Arreasean. .OONUGRESSIONAL. Crt edeof ta Charleston Courier. WasrINGTO., January 1d. Mr. Beatoo made some further expla nations, to-day, In regard to the red line questione 'He insisted that he had been miarepreseated hy Mr. Rives, who had as serted at he (Mr. Bentou) could not s:e the red lie on the rnap. while h aaw the dotted lines. Oct-the contrary, he dc elared that .he. ad drawn the autcnionc of The Senate to the tied lines on the JeTer son', ripter Finally, the snarter wai settled. and-it iato be hoped we shall hearI no more of it. Thoesoe occupation bill was taken up, and, U Choate waade a very atrong speechi .83355 the bill, in reply ts 31r., Ient6. 7 we were to have a war with Great , as Mr. Bemon so conefi deutly p d-if we were to carry the wariti- itswu islands,and give frre.m tothe 1i--d excite the working classes of Eqtqj, to insurrection, still M4r. ;i Choati 10', that ote shotild trot bugin the war with a vidlation of public faith, such as thisbill proposed. The geuerd attitude pfr bgland, which has been so much indsle upon-her encrnachments upon the a of nations-her lines of steamer ur harbors-ttet dangerous I slavo-holding States-her anti-slaery<ductrines-her 6neployed armies, red'iu the bided of China-all the.. migh( be a good reason to go to w ar with her,.n;nple rea*mu to give her a twelve pii ' notice that the convontiono demani .t they offered no reason for ower violation of tie convontione. Uter theconvedtf'n, we agreed that, for ten' yaw, and until a year's notice was givene by either party, the knuiters and traders of both catn.should use the country iii commoo,a hat neithler should assert an eclttsivageciupaiion of It. It was now pr'eer~ d g reson ~of a hteach or the agreeisddl. orn our riat, that Eng aadd&edyfbroen if. If this was ir11Wft iciald 'aft'sh Ae thit went fartheft to isi it. IBut it was n'ot ttue ashs ,'mgan_ prove. Engindd had nt graiedgTif the territory 1- J')-, m. But wFCja o I :-;-- !,II to give ti:les tmo utt tasst acn exclusive ri,;ht to occupy lierritory. It -v-s 1r : tr Enlaod httdylt fort tw peotect her sub jecis and tits, property, acd we ought to do the.in Shi had eiven herfuhi-e'u .. .- ,..,,as or insinuations against Mr. Web-ster. Mr. Itonson had surtnised that Mr. Webser had offered to relinqiish otir claim to the territory ssouth of the 49th degree of north latitude. l1r. C. was able instste positively amt the Secretary had not mado or meditatcd upon such an of. fer. Mr. Dentonu hero re;lied that he nias re juiced to hear it. The di-ceuion was continued t11 the adionurnnmet, and no question was inke. In t'e Iouise, Nfr. Gwin ol'ered a reso lutimn calling for inforuiatin as to the c.ap ture of I 111cierey, but it was not received. 31r. Gvin olTored a resolutionj. which was adopied, calling four information aS it: the 3lediierruneann squadrot-ihe length I or timo theit it was inactive at Port Mlaou. &c. En ingeiry was proposed and agrretto as tee the expenses of the Mis.'ouri and MiA~SiSSipd-the conescumpc ion of coail. &c. Sir. Kin;; stated that he h::id usersained that one healf of tie coal wats isaated and~ thrown away ine the ashes. The Bankrupt question was not an'len up. The rjeestion is on the~ mnotion e re consider the vote passilg the Repeal bill. The Army bill was taken up and some progtress made ini it. A letter from the Secretary of te Tlrea sury was laid before the Hlouse giving ate estimaite of the amount of revenue t'or the rourthe quarter of the year 1842. The re ceipts from the custom houses will be $4,552,00; from lands $364,000. .Wisumrceoy, January 20. The bill repealing the Bankrupt act fi nailv-passedi the House to-day. and was gent to the Semihte, where ii was' twice read ad refecred to the Committee on the I u diciary. That committee will, undoubt edly, r-eport it with amnendmuents ; but, af ter someO struggle, the bill will pass the body. . Nex't Wednesday is fied id'r the consid eration of Mr. Tallmadge' Exchequer scheme in the Seate. There is no prois pcet whatever of irs adoption by a major itv of either party in the Senate. "There is some coneversation here in rela tiotn to a pamphlet which appeared yes tot-day, without signature, entaitled ".An appesi to ah'e Demoeu'asi party on the priniciples of a National'oenvention for alth nomination of President itktt Vice Preesi decit-of the United States." The objg~t of thme wrifer- is to ibipreus on the party a con vitcto of the injustice and ineequality of Ithe mnode hitherto adopted cr expressing ehe w ishees of the party through a conven tion. Te sygtem suppresses the will of laerge mwit2Oitren each Sato. and ena bles the larger States to throw the undivi ded weight of their numbers upon their candidate. The writer, therefore, propmo ses that the conevention be composed not of State delegations representing the number of electoral'votes to which the State may own or district. representing the ndajority af the party in that district. He ItIcuWs iat no Convenion, fraied on any other insis, will unite the party. The pamph et is attributed to a Southern nmember of he Hol-s. Mr. Kennedy, of Md., Chairman of the wommittee of Commerce. in icply to a iuestion to-day, stated that he wiuld, next eek, report a n!l establihiing a ware laising systom. A very imiporan report was ilade in h House to-day frot the Commiait on ,omnerce.-one that imm 1uctely concerns he State of South Carolina and orber itatcs of the South. whose parts aro visi ad by veels, fureign or donetic. 01r. Winthrop , from thed Comii-ee of omnerce, (to which had been referred hoe-mnemorial cof l1isjamin iticb, .Intu-er oil Howditch, lieury Oxhaud, S. Apple on, Ahbo LawrcI.i, n1d one tudred iti-I fifty others, ciLt'is of the U. State,. omine 4f themn uwner. and] master, of ves el, settiig forth tha colored iieament are eized aud imprison-d in certain Southern ourt*, to the prejudice of comnerce und11 oumrary to the pritilege iii citiz,-w4, nud rr.ying relief.) iubmitled i re-port. -sigled y seven of the ninc complo,ig tlu comn niice. one of tih iinority bi.i also pre ared a tepart. umi tihe oilter tmight per apos gubinit his views here:after. The a Kart of the majority concin.led with resj utions declaring tile olinionst at n hich hey have arrived. He mu-ed Vbat the re ort be printed. [The following getitlemen compose the lomiittee on Cumrierce, viz: Kenne-ly if Ml., Winthrop of Mass.. Toland of Pa.. 'hildJs of N. Y.. Ravuer of N. C., Randall > Maine. Amt-irew" of Ohio, Williams of ,on., Ferris of N. Y-] Mr. Rnyner imoved that a l extra num ier of copcs be printed. Tle 1asoitttions, by consent, wrcrc then ad as follows, viz: Resoled, That the seiwre and impris ninen,, in any port of this Union, of frlie ulored seamed. itiiiens of any of tile U. hates. arid Uirain5t ni1o0rf ibiere is w, h:rge but tht ti: *' ring maid ia t ill :I, re-4,imnicon if their ri;;htful hu..iness, is a h tii the privii..en lr ir nruntid rh tie scii.i secin li ,e h aIt1elcot'ithe Cuitictieu ufthe u. Itates. Resuoced. That thc seizure an-l impris omient. in Anv '. ^r hr. Tnini of free .. .. ... cosatui~m.which eclarcs that treaties are a part of the au rcmo law or the land. Resolved. Thatany of the lawsn by which er!ain clascs of siiiii are prohibited rum enterii; certain ports of the L'iio s a the irosecut1in of their ri:htf. iness, tre a coi:ravemiion of the parainunit aid :Xclusiille power of the Federal .L;tvcru nent it) regulaie comitnet-. Is.!c-ed. Ti'at the: pihleen poi-rer of the ita1 cail justify ni) enrt.nien, or reo-i ationis which Are in direct, pwl:ive. and icenmanent cw-illiet with 'Ile exreis pro isions or funil-ttet:tal p:rci*!. - of Ihe sationial egomra1.14 Mr. V',yner subod::1edl his i.iority re )Or?, wb.' , c. . l w ih a :scollitain. i ;Ili emerilIt!li, to strike ou,,t ill after hie word *ResolveJ," and i rt, ii lict hereof. -that iho coitizteei be dlischarged ....1Keu.d. tf Md.,s;id h; he redl U 5.011e respuels wit eis .ch of I he repo~ris. ut t~eneraly dlissenledi lom bothl. lie id nt know whether, heLreafter, he wotuld rurniish ai separatte repeori euubolyinig hi viw bt he deemedI~t it duei to imiVf In sy, ihat when the abjlct camlet up) Ifo ouidration1, hie would statec the arounds 30 w5hich hie 'daerod from his colheagues in thec commin:tee. And he miovedl that Ivethotusand extra copies bo printed. But Mir. K. withdrew ijs motion, as i was opposed. and ite tusna! iaumber of topies were ordered to be ptritedh. The S'enate was engaged cihiefy on pri -ate bill.- to-day. s'Flsceellane"UN. Ilints to F-urmer.-A V armter should ever undertake tocultivano more land than b can do'thoroughily; half titled land is growing poor;weli tilled laud is constant ly improving. A farmier should never keep more cattle hrss, sheep or bogs, than he can keep in: god order; ant animal in high order the first of Docember, is~alrr ady half wintered. A farper should never depend on hi: neighbor for w bat he can, by care and good mnaRgmentl, produco on his own farm; he shottid never beg fruit while he can plani1 trees, or horrow tools when he can muake or buoy lham--a high authority has said the horrower is servant to the lender. A fa'rmer shotbhd neverbe so immierscd it poitienl matters as forget to sow hisw lheat, dig his potatoes' anid bank them up in'bid cellar, nor should lie be so inattentive ti them as 1o he ignorant of those greit quecs tion ofntional and state policy which wil always agitate, rffore or less, a free people No farmer should allow the reproach o neglected education to lie against himasel or ihmily; if "knowledlge is ower," the conmfecemenlt should be ea yS~ and deepi: lid in the minds of bis children. A faremer an,,ld rccver osn inrnxiemim; liquors as a drink; if, while undergoin; se vere fatigue and the hard labor of the sum m fer.ie would enjoy robust heatb, let hiu be temperalo in all things. A farmer should never refuse a fair price for anything he wants to sell: we have kiown a aman who had several hundred bushels of %% heat to diipose of. refuse eibt shillings and six pincce. and after keeping his wheat six months was glad to get six shilliugs for it.-Farmner's Cabinet. They'll Laugi at me."-Anl what if they di ?-1- that a reason you should be laughed out of your principle- an1d th$u% deervc ii- tie l.aughed at for your folly? Who will lau::h at you for obeying the dictates ofyiour iown conscience? No ono itho roards the dictates of his own. No une whose opinion should have the least weight with you. Wist witl they laugh at? At yoursiingu I lj-:v in adhering too untfashionaile v:rtue? At your vulgarity in reulmug to he moulded liv 1he "Cedlnerio1as of.irei:ne&d & modish vice? ILe tthema laugh. --Wo untoi hem that laugh unw, fel they sh.isil nouria and lamnent." '-Thaey'll lai:; .i imn." %mi the timid fone. She venture! to ditiobev the mau dates of fa,hi ti, in dtrii-iai wear a dress sie knew ito be imminodes~t unid unbiecomwin;. i t hercomlpa nitn deriicid her. "They'll laugh at mae.'" %;id Jane-au. se ,-uuldl not bo:r :o be laulted at. So sae-Mvimed the dresa, and iniigled inl the gay circlo. Th fasci.ation- of her unseemly iatitire seduced and emb'lolnsed the youn;; man who be caue her ueny. Jane is a ruined Irnale now becautsein .h said, - They'll laugh at -riey'll la:gh at me," 4aid ten thousand promisinir, vaur men vtil I.,vely maidenas. when firat ouoce-d to wander fromt the sober paths of virtuoas livin:;. Thoy hahreriled frou the temptation. It had tn particular fusciiatuns rer them. "e cay ,uwemibly -the deceptii iliemtnre-the maddaieiu' gaRe-the tiowiig Iowi-it was nor these* that'lured them at the outset. "They'll lau;:h at mie!" Thi it w:is that tu.-anl then aside. .n-. -.-ib:d their urh:tpy deiiiiuy. 0, muy d aui:tr, 'ri-!f :c: mit har you say They'll laughi at mie." Tn r.- WRmeubr the poor. said the greatest philamurop ie woa'rlj evcr saw, oir ever A ill set. The chilled faces in our streets-the shavering buy in his tasters, hurr) jng along-ihe btoweal wi. , aiousng tara in afte-r s ears. Remember the poor. for they are your crts-als. and masiny tif them inuraitely your v;,eniors. in aalI Lvot clothingt aud food. 1lr.ee.brr the poor, for kinidnes to then will rcaurna back upnia f'oni a hundred fold. Rrmremlrr the puur. for Ohm surplus ill vi mr Laiu- am1 too youi u as siewartl, s :he e,:lri-i. Taa ol md woman is ar"vi;; I--i're you iioar. it tp. and !ea her :rve tin ? Sea.i her ,omie food, sd praye r<4 .11i tnleSift"Z will I:.dl upua our lik a shon'erijenese. (;c .-zre un and Jute - all.-The -- l-iminick Ifal deeriel New Orle.ins when ,a ruth"!ss and i-npl.eaable ecomy i threitenedi it wi-I .s'trues ioi-the miales n: thI fie sword and tle femanle, with di6 lt:mor-and returued after Jackasn had defm!ed the in': nad savtd fhae other. ani ined h !a a thin a.1 a l larg ; iod thae a.~iiaey*- .e did hemr duty Qfn a most try inrc ocrauti '' asnd tey are so1 za~5lous uf hen. character of thi, uobl traitor. dhit theoy ref'use to vo:i* for re'unrs:; thi~s faue to the was-wolru m..dsnr, because 111soocth, it mn.ay cast an imuputationufl Uja h Ie char accaer of lIall. fiat if hie ' adonly beenr a 1'asriut via. fuughat for hais country, tha~ most protific vac.ibuslary f epiiiheis would have been exhusnted in abauaiu;; 1im. 'They could censure Jackson by a solemn vota ins the Senate of ti:e linited States, but they canono do .Jacksona simaple justice, for fea,- of castini, imnputaain upons the char acter of liall.-T'ese mien have sucha a ahoarror of martial law, that they cry uut against irs exercise far a fewt days when a of England: but they tuphoild its ouforce eiy is threntatee by the vacrortoaus legions men ina t-ae(: m>uts a atime, unen nso cncmy is near. Perfectly Insane.-YVesterdiay mominag Henary Clay. in company with Isaue Tr. Preston, Esq., visiied the Supreme Court. As he wtas about leavintg, a crazy man fired a isatol, which luckily produced nto other cousequenceiC thani frightonsing the members of the bar, anti even stunning; for a moment Mr. Clay himself. The hall lodged in the ceiling of the Court room; &nd the man who fired the pistol was immediately sent for before Recorder Bert us. His name is Daniel Drayfenes, and from his conversarion and appearance was perfectly insane. When instcrroga ted as to the reason of Ihis haviug acted in stch a curious nmar.ncr, Ihe answered that he merely wished toi c:Al Mr. Clay's at tentiona to hs case. and rhat he thought that lhe woiuld be most likely to catch bis eye by farn -i i .-.N. 0. Tropic. Realof Camnodore Jones-Capt. A p. C aesbyl .f n s com m anding the U . . . Sgtradlroas in the Pacific. who has signal ized himself by the capture of Monterey, has bseen recalled to ansacr ftmr this ta mneka'inle e10101n.