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" We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, a'a if it must fall, we will Persh amidst ihe Rloh-. OLUME VYll. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY. W. F. DURISOE PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance -Three Dollars and Fifty Cents. if not paid -before:the expiration of Six Months from the ;date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not ,paid within twelve Months. . Subscribers out of the'State are requited to pay in advance. No subacription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued until all arrear ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher. All subscriptions will be continned unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. - Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for thesame, shall receive the sixth copy grais. Advertisencnts conspicuously inserted at 62J ceits per square. (12 lines. orless,) for the first insertionand 431 cents, for each continuance. Those published Monthly, or quarterly will be ch'rged $1 per square for each insertion. Ad vertisements not having the number of inser tions.marked on them. will be continued until ordered out, anod charged accordingly. All Job work- done for persons living at a dtstance, must be paid for'at the time the work is done, or the payment secured in the village. All communicatiorns addressed to the Editor, postpaid. will be promptly and strictly attend edt EDGEFIELD COVAR. respectfully informs the citi S E. zens of Edgeheld. and the adjoining dis tricts, that he has on hand. a great variety o articles of Tj N] W'l et R "E , ail of-which has been manufactured at his esta blishment. of the best materials, and by first rate workmen, which he will dispose of at the Hamburg and Augusta prices. Roofing & Guttering done with neatness and despatch, at the Ham bureaid Augusta price. Persons wishing to supply themselves with , ." TIN WARE, would do well to call and exa mine his stock, previous to applying elsewhere, as they will obtain as great bargains as can be obtained at any similar manufactory in the Southern country. Oct 11 -f 37 .Cabinet Making. RICHARD BENNETT most respectfully informs the citizens of Hamburg and vicinity, diat he has opened a CABINET WAREROOM. where he will do all kinds of work. All orders thankfully re reived and promptly attended to. He will keep all kinds of COFFINS on hand. UPHOLSTERING and all kinds of RE PAIRING done. low for cash, only on cash prics. His Warerooin is on Market street, oppo site Smith & Benson's Warehouse. All work warranted. N. B.-As there has been several applica tions to me for CANING CHAIRS: I shall supply myself with the material, and can exe cute all orders sent. - WANTED-Two Journeymen; also, an apprentice of good character. who can come well recommended, between 15 & 17 years of age. Hamburg, Oct. 25 4t 40 NEW BOOT, SHOE, AND -HeJ R E STORE. THE Subscribers respectfully informs their friends and the public in general, that they have entered into co-partnership. and will carry on the above named business in all its va rious branches, in the town of Hamburg. They will always keep on hand a quantity of~ FINE BOOTS, Warranted home made Shoes, Brogans, &c. Coarse and tine Ladies Siioes. Children's do., Northern Brogans, &c. Harness A' Wagon Geers. BOOT & SHOE FlNDINGS. In short, they will keep all articles connected with the trade, which they will sell cheap for Cash, well dried Hides, or town acceptar.ces. N B. Boots and shoes made to order, in the most fashionable style, and Repairing neatly executed at the shor test notice. - ~M. L.GEA RTY, October THOS. McCONNELL. Octber11tf 37 NEW GOODS.' J UST received and now opening, a splien did stuck of sutbeDRY GOODS, sutbefor the season, comprising the utmdst variety-of articles in his line of business, by J.0O. B. FORD. Hamburg, Septr. 22 - . tf 35 -Received this Week, 0ME Fine Satin Striped, rich Figured and Plain black Mlouse De Laines, Alpaccas, usuns, Eolins, Embassics. Ginghams, and rich SILKS. WM. KETCH AM & Co-. Hamburg. Oct 7 10 37 Paints & Oils. JUSrT RECEtvED ~jb~bdbLBS. Extra and No.1 White #P~J~Y~FLead 10 bbls. Train Oil, 10 " Linseed Oil, 5 " Superior Laump Oil. For sale by : SIBLEY & C RA PON. Hamburg, Oct 25 tf 40 Just Opening. * .~Few Bales & Casses of fine C ARPE TS, L6lk hound Whitney Blankets, Negro Blinketaand Kerseys, Linseys. Satinets, Ken tuckcy3~ans, He~avy:D~omestics .for Servants' Dresses, andlover twenty different styles . of Brown Shirtings ani'dSheungs. WM.'KETCHAM &Co> NEW ,GOODS! 1E W GOOD UNVPJRJLLED IND UcIEJ.T S. Read and reflect! then decide for yourselves!, OIAR lES SANFORHD, (At the NE I CASH STORE, in HAlitoRG, in the sante Buiding of HotTER's Hotel.) H AS Opened, and is now receiving, a fresh supply of NEW GOODS, suited to this and the approaching Season, among which may be found Wool and piece dyed Black, Blue, Olive and invisible Green, Brown and mixed Cloths - A great variety of Cassimeres, Vestings, and Tailors' Trimmings. of the best quality. PRINTS, DeLAINS, BOMBAZINES,-ALPACCAS, SHEETINGS, c. English. French and American Calicoes, at all prices; Furniture Colicoes; Linens of eyery fabric; Cotton and all Wool Flannels; Colored, Plain, Plaid and Striped Cambries; Swiss.Mus ilts; a great variety ofBwwn and Blecched.Sheetings and Shirtings, Osnaburgs,Kerseys, Plaid and PlaiuLinseya, Blankets. &c. HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES. A good supply of Hats, best quality anit latest style; Ment's Boots and Shoes, Ladies Shoes, The above at as low prices as can be had in thu State. A large assorunent of Shawls, Cotton Wool and Merino. Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, &c. &c. The above comprising by far the most extensive stock of Dry Goods ever offered in town, having been purchased for cash in the city of New York, which will be sold correspondingly cheap. 07 The subscriber acknowledges with pleasure, the extensive patronage he has received from the trading community of this and the adjoining Districts; and desiring to give his custo ners, at all tuimes, every advantage that the market affords, is still prepared to sell as low as can be had in this country. Purchauers are respectfully invited to call, examine. and eatisfy them selves. CHAS. SANFORD Hamburg. October 7 tf 37 Fall and Winter Goods. GROCERIES, &c. T H ESubscribers have received their Fall7311 Subscribers respectftily inform their and Winter supply of fiends and the ptblic. that they hve re Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS, CONSISTING OF selected by one o'ihe firm, in New York, Boa. French, English and American Prints, tot, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston, -Alpaccas, Mierinos, Bumbazines, which in addtioi to their former stock, cor Earlston Ginghams. Orientals, Muslin De prises the largest and bestissnrttntof Goods Laines, ever offered in this market, cotsistiag in part Cloths, Cassiweres, Sattinetts, as follows: Kentucky Jeans, Kerseys, Plaid Lindseys, 40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and Flannels. 8-4, 9.4, 10 4, and 11-4 Blankets, St Croix Sugars, 3-6, 44.6-4, and 12.4 bleach and unbleached 350 bags Rio, Cuba, Porto Rico. St. Do Domestics, - mitgo, Java, and Mocha Coffee, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Shawls. 70hhds. West India Molasses, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Hosiery, -1t tierces Ctba do. And all other articles usually kept in our 35 bbls. New Orleans do. line of business. 70,000 lbs. Bacot, HainsSides& Sioulders, FRAZIER & ADDISON. 80.000 Swede in, assotted sizcs, F.dgefield. Oct 9, 6t 37 5,000 Etglish do 3.000 " Batid amnd Homop Iron, New Fall & 'inter Goods. 3,000 " Nail lt-ds&[IurseSloestapes, 11H E Subscribets are now receiving and 2,OtJO Cast, German, & Blistered Steel, opening their Stock of Fall and Wt inter 200 setts Wagon Boxes, Goods; Comprising a complete assortment of 1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,) Fancy & Staple Dry Goods, 2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk; Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery. Hats, Shoes, 500 tieces Hemp atd Tow Bagging, 43 and Saddlery. Blankets and Kerseys, and to 46 incies wide, almost every article that is usually ket in this 250 pieces Gutny Bagging, market, they call the attention of ltheir friends - 1,000 ths. fagging''wite, (Weaver's,) and the public generally to examine tlieirstock. 150 coils Manilla tle Rope, PRESLEY & BRYAN. 100 do hemp do do Sept. 26 tf 35 1.500 yids Osnalurgs, 5,000 Hbs. double refined Loaf Sugar, Merchant Tailor Shop, " " "crushed do. UNDER THE SuPERNTENrxACE OF powdered dq. 1r. G. W. DICKINSON.Loaf do. Mr. . le DI~iN ON.20 boxes Turpentine Soatp, (Sibley's Corner, HAMBURG, S. C.) 10 Sperm Candles, W HERE Clothes will lie made to M as 20 " hull's patetit candles, ure, not inferior in Style and Work u tierces fresh ground Rine manaship, to any Shop in the Southern coun try 2,000 lbs. White Lead No. I Ution Mills. Thc Stock Consists of 25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.) French, American and West of England 40 doz. dinitg, parlor, rocking and Frond Olotho and Beaver Cloths, children's Chairs, of all the fashionpble and duriahle colors, and leases luas ad Caps, of every price and quality, 150 casks Stoit! Lime. (in fine order,) Buckskin Cassinietes, bik and fancy colored, 21 kegs Uij'ut FFF g Powder, Wool-dyed do. figtred and plain, 1,091) lbs. Bar Lead, Paris diamond and fia'd French Cassitneres, 40 boxes Window Glass 8xl0 & 10x12, Silk, Satit and Velvet VESTINGS, 130 bugs Shot, assurted sizes, Plain and Figured do. 2,5110 hair, Shoes, Quilted 3erino, rich Persian and Cashmere Tea, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Chocolate. Cm. Vestings, naun, Aliinds. Starch, Nttmegs, lie chew ,Marseilles, Swansdown and Valencia Vestings, ini Tobacco. Negro lu1tts, Blankets, :ljoe All of which, will be sold by the Pattern, or Thread, Cotton Yart. Cot Cards. Wool made up to measure. warranted to fit, or nosale. Cards, 'acks, Sieves, Plough lines. indigo. ALSO, Madder, Blue Stnue, Co1ppt-ras, Epusote Salts. Stocks, Scarfs. Cravats. Cravat Stiffeners, Limieed Oil, Letp Oil, a (superior article,) Bosoms, Coliars, Gloves. Suspenders, Trice Chains, Filth Chains, Stootig Ins, Pocket llandkerchiefs, brass buid cedar id'ktts, horse Buckets, Merino aid Cotton Shirts. Drawers, Hose, Pails, 'iths. Keelers. Willow Wagons, near Together with a general assottttent of .Jeastres, Feath':rs. &c. &c &e. Tilors' Triminugs. Wholcsale or Retail. SIIILLY & RAPON. WM. KE'TCIJAM & Ce. Hunburg July, 1, 1d13. if 23 Iamburg, Oct 7,1843. JOt 37 WM. EETCHAM & Coa L EFES o WHIOLESALE AND RE.TA'IL DEIlLE RS, AtTUS &UjittLC tSO Ini Aanerienn,UFrencha and English IC-ANr-H MU(,S . FANCY ANDs STAPLE Glaet ttrtthificu.ante DRIIY GOODS. ~uuigeiril. hi EWW ~l SILK, LEGHORN AND STRAW POFi'RIOSwt ag oue BONNETS,itttclsStrsatheitowoipte CARPETS. MATTING & OIL CLOTH!, adrayfrtercpito DUTCII BO LTING CLOThi, &c. c. Ctoiluhnie Sibley's Corner, Hlatmturg, Oct 7, 10t 37 it h tstespr l h'tia ~irfe LISTEM AT THIS.veteIigts ateiakbytciit uvy I WILL continue to store Cotton at mty tieyrmefomalthrttidt.wic .1 old stand, at 124 cents per bale for the firstredritfeprf.ndcvnitlystad month, and 8 cets per bale fotr each aind every 'reaenwlenittlylotdinhu month after. Strict care willhbe taken with allplcsu ldedtttopelitinotn Cottont setnt to tmy charge, anud I think Planters o hi w tcutt ar t Ieteruiii will pirotect thteir~intterests by patronmising those ddarzto oti~iieeto hi usoues that offer to sell or work cheapest.an alyhraedt tndoteSl, W. P. 4DELPH. Sor'adhiigf Hamburg, Auguist 15 4mn 30 ioin lu.B c n c J. 0. B. FORDRciir dFrwrngAR.IADIE 1JAS a hu'aid constautly engaged in New PucurgGodtoreSi. c AkYork ar Boston, to enable hin to receive Tercagswl i ~ blw:FTel at the earliest possible dates, every ln otn2 eL e ae hiptgo Newv style & fashion of Goods 12cetpcbae Coniuotfobyngr as they comae out,.and will be receivtmg by al-.sligMrhmds udPoue2 e et most every arrival from those places during the Frtrigau trgiiacraiewt season. .Thankful for the past. lie takes this teetlile ae.AlCtoF'ur c nethod to sohecit future and increased patrona-reivdbth iefecrunwtrae.L ~age. etadaicswilleutdwhureue, H-amhtng, Septr.2 ift 35 i uycninneismd otea New Fall & Winter Goods, abr.Sptn f 3 T3 H E Subscribers respectfiully inform their BL lD & IT EI customters, and the public generally. AR o eevn n ptigagfet that they are now receiving a large and splen- 1adwlsectdsorentf did assortment of fall rind winter Goods, p ur chased in Now York, Philadelphia, anid Char- al& l itrG o s leston, embhracinig a peneral assortment of Slce vt ra ae yoe ftefri 8taple and Faincy Goods, Ne Yoktowicttyrsptflynve Hard wvare, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Crockesy, eatniaortercsoes n iepbi &c. &c. all of which they will sell on terms to hyae lorcivn rs cuit the timles.supyo G. L. & E. PENN: Fa c IllerjG o ,. Sept. 27, tf 35 whcenbethttifrtih dmaeto Osnaburgs.loasnysmlu taisuenintectu 01 Bales Cotton OSNAIBURGS.. tyTei~ar.Dl~tirtvuIcain 1000 yrds. Negro CLOT HS. udrhuueitnaco~aE .DWO Just received and for sale by whs.uiesqaiiain r owl SIBLEY'& CRAPON. kuontacdome. flaebvedOct.25arfe0 Oct 4 reh uppy f GOODS tCIRCULAR.J, To Planters k.le erckant. I BEG leave to inform you, that I continue the WAREHOUSE-andCOMMISSION BUSINESS at my old stand, known as .the WATER-PROOF WAREHOUSE. Detach ed as it.is from other buildings, ifs. location ren dera it nearly as secure frum fire, as if it was fire-proof. The floors lhave been elevated above the high water mark of the great freshet of May, 1x40. Planters will thus be secured freon the possi. bility of loss and damage by fresliets. I avail myself of the.present occasion, to re turn iry thanks to my friends and patrons, for their liberal support during the- past season. I solicit from them and the pubic genaerally, a continuance of this confidence, anti assure them that in return for their patronage, I will use my best persfnal' efforts to promote and protect their interests, committed to my charge. In addition to this assrance, Upledge myselfthat I will in no case purchase a.bale of cotton, di rectly or indirecily. 1 will attend personally to the sale and-forwarding of cotton to Savannah or Charleston; also, to the sate of Bacon, Flour, &c. &c., und to the recei' ing and forwarding. of goods to the up-country. Having a fine wharf attach'ed to my Warehouse, nd wharfage will be charged on cotton to my cafe, either for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or Charleston. My commissions for sellidg cotton, will be 25 cents per bale, and 12 cents for.forward ing. I will also attend to the 'buying of goods per order. Very respectfully, yours, &c. G. WALKER.. Hamburg August 2, 184:., August 9 6n 28 ALABAMA LAND. T HE Subscriber offers for sale a Planta tion in- Barbour county , Alabama, about 8 wiles fron the Chatihoochee, and the same distance frem Irwinton, a tiarket tow. ,There nre 960 a'cres of land, said-to be wiW quality, perhaps 150 acies ofTlow grou midiith a fine Mill Seat; abut-200 acres cleared atad under good fence; comfortible frame Dwelling house, convenient well of good water, and houses for 50 a 70 negroes. It is said to be theimost heal thy situation -ir. that neighborhood. :To an approved purchaser aliost any. time will be gifto for payents. - GEO. PARROTT. Hamburg, Septr. 20 2am3n 34 State of' South Tarolina. EDiEFIELD DISTRJCT. " IN THE COMMON PLEAS., Curry & C.-aver, Dclaration vs. 0 in Foreign Attach B. S. Miller; ' meat. WVillian Cagy, - Declaration . s. . - in- Forieign Attac Henry Carter. ment. Jared E. Groce, Declaration vs. in Foreign Attach The Same. meat. Curry & Caver, Declaration vs . . in Foreign Attac The Same. ment. "W illiamnin Curry, Declarationr vs. in Foreign Attach The Same. ment. Jared E. Groce, vs. - :.Dedarationr The same. and in Fmsign Attack. Benjamin S. Miller. -ment. Curry & Caver, Declaration vs. ..m Foreign Auach Joln V. Carter... . ment. B. W. Groce, Declaration Vs. in Foreign Attach The Same. ment. V. Curry, Declaration es. in Foreign Attach The Same. meat. J. A. Hibler, Declaration vs. in Foreign Attach Hiram N. Wilson, Agent ment. Israel Bond, for-the use Declaration of the same, vs. in Foreign Attach The Same. ment. V IIE Plaimis in the 'bve caes, having tlhislay filed their declarations in my of fice, and the defendatr having no wife or at tornev,kmnown to be within this State, on whom a copy ot'saidl declaration, with a rnle to plead can hie ervedl: It is ordered, that thie said defen-r dnnt do pleadl to tho said de.clnrationi., within a year anid a dlay from the publication of' this or der, or firal aind absolute juidgme'nt will lie. arwtrded igar int threm. (GEt.. POpE. c. a. P. Clerk.'sgOffic, Nov. 0, 18413. ly 42 The Boumurer Manure Metthed. - 'H CI~i echres how to make vegetahle W. nuiiare wvithotut the ajid otf live stock, in fromti 15 to 310 dlrys, by a course of humid fer mientaitirn set iuto action at a cost from 5Crts. or $4. Arnd also to make Compost in afewadaps. And horw to mal'e a rich ferilizing liquid called "ptur," hravinig the stretngthu without the acrid qualities of urine. With the. view of graduating the cost, to the qtuantity oflarnd upont which iitiny be desired to muse thetnethod, the following scaleoof prices lhas been adopted, viz: For Garden. of any extent $6 60 Farms up to 100 acress 10 00 Farms from 100 to 200 acres 15 00 do (rotm 200 to 300 do 18 00 do from 300 to 4(00 do 20 00 do ove r 400 acres in ainy one farm 25 (JO By the remittance of the sum here specified, a copIy of 'lie method will be sent by mail or in any mode proposed by the purchaser, All letters of ingqniry niust he pot paid. ABIBETT & CO.'Baltimore. Proprietors of the Patent right for the South era and Western States. o:T TLhie publishers of any newspapers-who is following agricultural pursuits; by grving our advertisement insertion to the-amount of apin gle method of tany extent which he inay. want, and sending to us a copy of each number con taning it. shall have for his ownezlusive use a copy of tbe method remitted to him by mail or otherwise as he rmay order.' Al & Co. Aiugust 23,-243. ~ if'. 30: IDT The partrons of the American Farmer and others will have their orders for rightsa~nd directioins for usntg the above'process, supplied by eniclosing the cash, pout paid,.to . S. SANDs; (G7R Docts. Rteady ArYar borough, will i-actice Mediciqe, in copartoership' hereafter. MISVELAN11TEQ VS Debt.-Debt. isof shehbighest;antiquity. The' fil-st 'delit.in the bhis orforinian is the debt .of nature-and. the 6rst.intincibisito .put..off the payment ofit till. the lastiin ment. Many persoins, iti will be observed, followidg the-natural procedare, woulddie before ihey would/pay their debts Soci ety is composed of two classes; debior ai creditor. The. dreditdr class has ~"pa erroneously supposed 'the more enr e Never was there a greater miscotcestid.a Thel ebtor has the sympathies of'matif kind, He. is seldom spoken of but with expressions -of-tenderness and compassion -'the poor debtorl' -ithe unlborinate debt or !'. On the other. hand,'harsh and hard hearted' are the epithets allotted to ihe creditor. A debtor-is a man of mktk; My eyes are fixed upoh him.; many"have an interest in his well-being; hlis:movemeits are .of concern; he cannot disappear un heeded; his name is in. many mouths; his name is.upuonmany books; he is a man of note-of promissory-note, hefillsihe spec ulatijn of. many minds; men conjecture about hitm, wonder and conjecture whether he, wil Eay.- He isa man of consequence, for. many'are runing afterhim.- Hi door is throfiged with duns. He is incptred after every hqur of theday. Many a man who has, for years rejoicedintcredit has fallen into lIehte and never.emired from it; but few indeed that..have ever.tried debt have returned to credit.":: The practice is exten ding.. though:the opinion is out yet shaped to it. Jndeed theexample of the national debt, or the whole nation inextricably in del..expresetbe aggregate custom.' 'The landlord,' says Sir W. ingleby, 'lives in a lodging-with his old -worjienand cat.' Who will hesitate to consent to. the:robbery of a marwhoIives.witb an old womnen and a cat? Turn, the old voilien into-a wife; the -cat into a child, and-.the-fodging into a bumble tenement, with all the-decorums of, the love of order, the pride into netr. ness; ...and imagine confiscation sweeping offall the little gracingaofslenderpircum stances, and the national debltnr mrightebe compassionated : 'but these thitrgaeanoot be imagined of the generous ereditor., The creditor always figur'eain the fpncyas,p snotir single manv. with" grizzlod frair,..r scowbing countenancee ;and.. a. peremtory air, who lives in~a dark.apartment with musty dleeds abouc him. and an iron safe as impenetrable as his 'heart, grubing togeth er what he does not enjoy. The.debtor. ou the other hand, is always pictured with a wife and six fair headed daughters, bound together in affection and misery,. full of sensibility, and suffering without I fault, TAKING THE VETL The imposing ceremony.of taking the white veil was yesterday performed at the Carmelite Nunnery on Aisquith street, in the chapel attached to the institution, which was witnessed by a large con course of spectators. The candidate for tlfe veil, Miss Courtney,of Charles county,, Maryland, attended by Miss Ellen Louisa Jenkins, of this city, in the capacity of bridesmaid entered the chapel about 9 o'clockrhoth dressed in pure white, with embroidered veils thrown Loosely over their heads, taking' their seats directly in front of the altar. among the audience'. The sacrament of high mass was then performed by the Rev, Mr. Gildea, and also administered to the applicant for holy order. The Reverend Archbishop Ec cleston now entered, arrayed in the pan tificals of his station, when the curtains be hind the grating of the cloisters were drawn, and about 2r sisters, alt dressed in white with heavy black veils thrown over their heads & shoulders, each bearing in her hand a ligh ted .taper, were- perceived walking two and two -towaids the' door leading itn the chapel. Thecandidate for the veil was then received bj the reverend imother, a lightedraper wreathed with flowers placed in .her hand,. conducted wiihin the precints of the. nt~nnery, , the sisters with their lighted tapers .follo wing, whbich- was: vissible to theai'jience through- the ~gratings~ The ehbishop then read a passage of. ecripture, .pro clamning the -reward of these- who, for sake the world. and all the .ties of,kia dred to follow Christ,. as the authority of the Church for the dedication which. was about to be performted, and delivered an eloquent address, directed ..principally to the yotung invitate; Shte then app'roach ed, the railings, .and she--.Archbisho p questioned her as followers:-%fy child, what do 'you demarnd! to which she an swered, "The mierey of Godl, and-the ho0: ly habit of rtellgioi?" Q Qls'it of~~yoni own free will that you demand'tha'-holy habit 'of religion ?" A. "Ye4,. i; is.'" . "My child have you a firm Jntenti;to perseverl in religion totle endofjoirlife, and do you Itope ro have sufficientgtrength to carr'y ed.stantlytfie sweet yoke opori Lqrd Jesnus Christ solely for the lova.andf feat' of~od-"iope.to be able. aoeto do." The 1fde.tbeo arose;: .ad retired codductedby: thre suportoress and ynats tants, to yitt off her secular dress, and re turned .in a few indments ~arrayed in the religiens -habit- iftyths order Site then knelt down, anghIecular vedl bing re mnoved by thi-easan ts, she was girded. with- a 'eincturo --y the. superioress, andl received ihe veil of the chufrch. preyvos& ly ir-ostrarfing herselibeforeihejalth. She was then raish'd and saluted'bythe' sg ,inmess,safter which-she'salintsi all thessi tars present, when they retired in 'heird. cise ordernn which they Chad:nete. cbanting-the same loiw and soloniihymti which had been heard throlighoutr the greater part of the ceremony. The ex Y. . a . S i .treme- beauty of tbt novice, the solemnity tof tle ceremony,:and hernfirg!nd 4iblU4t .ering.carriage s'nd ' manhe endred tie 'scene of uniual interen. Siuce the herdic da a niiib miriyrdami, we do not 'ieftorus seen anything morerstriking 'tra following, drawn from: a late;ren ""Mit dou: dw L'ina.-The'a ' Ives the following as':'aa tfentiieac- = count.of the martyrdom 2 1Brie;ib's twissionary at- Tong-king,. Mia :Wben surprised, by the soldiers who weinttdr r Chim,be; rose= and, like the !-Savidr, - eked them,~"Whom. seeklye' .They ,were fora -motneht sruidumib.bis - - majestic countanaee aned et d stature, so iipesing in- this-e er~z. Witen put -in irons the lcodfesadr okidof- - van.age of the. eagerabis shoitd ithe people to visit- him": to': deliver- freey b them..the'wards of eternal life. ' dig . e eurion was hor.rifying. The oxecutioner, who has half drunk, searcel) 2knew biit P bt was. about. His 'rft- stroke ofidtli a 4re fell on the ,eat of the martyr, ind ca' him to the..jaw a the second came" pi the top of the shoulders; and she wasbettef.djrepted, but did- .notsdee headt froin' lpe: truwk, "Athi itiJt criminal mandarin shrunk'back'wiit1 . ror. If rue uired sevensrokevbh~fdre - sanguinary work was aishaddmk which: the holy.priest did not utter a - ,. gle cry.'. - -..- I laryng i.gas tm ;',epenf :. Uariards.- A caseof pecaliar interest hal been.before. the Coip of Chauesry, it York,:of which the -Aurora-!givd themIfa lowingacconut: "A: lady. not.'et se teen. apigles ig beidivorced; mifr .band, she: having..been: en _ .' mamagewhich:has never ;been' * mated. .Sheis an-.onLy dadb r i a heiress to ailarge.fortune. nore toD.iid blackr a youn geteman,;:.ho - ing law Inre as introduce thorf ly at a-bitikland wisheid ' :visit' He inade-e tIhe-faie~lad~viip aerndesvns,. and the twain-' parsor, and had:. thi -creinony:perf6etid. biugwent.ou as beforgotisoin 4d)we'1 e f - until the.quasi bride and: belJanify'ari apout to, make a ..ioortothe5 stlgls then.,thieeime usband 'de0td e'%iuj' - and claAned.his. bride :.A halftejjzia - mean time came o'er !te pipaaadd and they diorgive~ad -aeunidr ment.as before. Th6 real 7state-ofihngk was thendiscovered, and-the -.esivery p - - of the young.'vifedemanded. 'A' Mfti enue and a Court of' quityms - jealed to, to anal the marriagdm A sion is .looked for with great anzieab both parties," cr A humerous fellow, a carpetntet, heiig summoned :as a witness-on agrit-fots- s-. sault, one of the couusol, whe'iis'e - much given to brow- beat-tie evidence,. asked- him what distance was hefrom the parties when he saw the defendantiatrike the plaintiff The ear penter ansviered just four feer. five .inches and- a half.' --'Pi thee fellow,' says tie.counsel,'how iiat possible youLcar)be so very eicta's-to-tbh& distance?' thobght,aysthe carpem, that some JonlQr-rthr migt ask insati - so I measured it.-Gaz..'_ .. tomestic Dues.-Seeing that abmoer the whole of the day is .devoted to bus ness abroad, .adds-the -remainder of my time to. domestic duties, there is non iJef to myself, that is, for. my studies- r q'i returning hoe, have totalk wit wife, prattle.viki my cbilreu, anrcqw.. _ verse withim slyants. all fehich tbogs I nuniber among the duties ofglir tae,-i if' a mant wdd n'ot be a .stran * - p 'own hiouse, he must, by evry. f n * his poster,'strive'to rnde iitof 'a'alebto'those.com' ' ions o3a ha-~h natiietilpri ayor 'tiist lie14K pe~ bsn.v Sir Tkomas Car.Tigh ~ths agoodisessaf's nan's hetididnotsaeline huinzo'.actsbf ' eharity, one-wourld:think thes desir~f honor should.e For as bnilding fine bwio4'a es, purchasing fiae clothes,' picetures,- ant; other such articles ofieppense, slgowsno--at~ thing more than an asiliion to ln.respec ted abdveciher -people, *ouldf ~odo-t an gieat atof cerity,tone in~tinjCe i deening a pooS~ frity: fr~int all' eries of poverty, or- reijtoringtin udt6~ nate tradesmanr.:;-'Ihe-' an ofAe ring a liveliliodJfy his sadissry, acqire hin more tealt respect, and more --Iasthi honor'? 'The -fornieuy.e -the--'workisof other people e bandsfdiatter-the acts-of his-own hearL.-+Reilur.- - .comnitunicntion' reciatly.byjDinhdaft th'e'time ihat their'eas d, thee ibonnd wih 11 "r'p thes plant. 'Tfis riule'libe no' etpin;k ?t apphies t'o thioots-of'ees', s~hii ~ ' root siodls, bul~s, edrat, and 'tubers; -t includes ti ur'iou ni , idenua whose enoers Qnife aVeari'b utqu and lits- Eleaveiisad frnu"Wita~e spring andummnier.4 'ennial rap . he taken u'p-ith ie-fls year th raton, ls enn thei eacdeca ~~' see-oud y e iferootsare ielier~ , ed or meey dry-o" j fibre socin'afssuible'afte iboy hsv up, the lrrgeroosigeseially nes juicy, dry hetter in their entdre tatpt whon slieed.