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Advert iselients not having the number of insertions mnarked on them, will be cntiniied uutilotdered oit and charged accordingly, Comniitiocations. post paid, will be p-otnpt ly and strictly attended to. COPARTNERSHIP. T H E undersigned, having associated themselves in business under the name and style of DUNBAR & GARMANY, for the purpose of transacting a general GRO CERY BUSINESS, in this p lace, respect fully invites the attention of Planters to their Heavy Stock of all the leading articles of general conisumption. They may be found at the stand recently occupied by B. S. Dun bar, and nearly opposite the stand formerly occupied by G. W. Garmany, where the will be happy to receive their former friends and patrons, together with the public at large. We are determined to keep constantly on hand a stock unsurpassed by any ever eflired in tis market, and believing our facilities for buying LOW, to be equal to any in the place, we will always be prepared to sell at the lowest prices, either for Cash or on time. to approved customers. Having rented the Ware-House formerly occupied by B. Elliott, and placed it under the charge of an expe rienced man, we are prepare-l t: offer equal advantages in storage with any Ware-House in the place; and liberal Cash Advances made, at all times, on Cotton stored with us, or on shipments made to G. W. Garmany & Co., Savimnah. whose charges will be as low as usually made by other Factors. The highest prices paid at all times for Cotton and other produce brought to mnarket. B. S. LUNHAR, G. W. GARIM1ANY. Hamburg July 3, tf 26 .1 Card. I BEG leave to return my thanks to the public for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on me, and solitit a continuance of the catne for the new firm. B. S. DUNBAR. 411 Ca'id. BEG leave to tturn my thanks to the public for the liberal pattronage hereto fore bestowed on me, and solicit a contitmu Wance of the same for the new firm. G. W. GARMANY. Cheap Goods in Store. 50 lhds Prime N 0 Sugar 10 1Hhies. common N. 0. dagar, 20 " choice Porto Rticu, Sugar, 25 Barrels clar'lied 5 " crnshed 2 " powlered 5 Boxes woVolscy & Woolsey double refined loaf suiglar, 2 Charleston double rcfined loa suigar. 20 Hlds. M 1%]iscvado Molasses. 5 " Trinidad " 50 Barrels New Orleantis 10t0 Ba;rrels No). 3 Ma;ckerel (large size,)1 20 Kits No. I" 125 hags priue Rio Cel'ee 20 " " oldl (Iba 311 " " old Java 6000 Lbs. Union braiid white Lead (No. . extra aund pure,) 300 Galuns Liniseed Oil, '2 Barrels TIrain " 3011 Lbs. Putty in b!ndhders. .125 ioxes winsdow gtaso. (4tt siz~eas.) 75 Kegs Eastern tnils (assorted)' .20,0(0 Lbs. assorted Swedes I ron, 5001 - Cateel (Sanmdersons,) Germans aned Bli,,ter steel, 400 Pieceu heavy Dunidete baugging, 100 Coils heimp rope, 30) Bales hsomespun (A ugusta mnanufaec ttire. 5 " " (Grainiteville Comupany) 8 "Iheavy Cotton Oktnaiogs, 20 boxes sperm caindlte, 20 " Adamanriiie caiidles. J0 " Ul & Soins peatenlt camndles, 30) Ihds. buacon sides (western,) 4000 Lh-u. country Bar on. 3 Tirces Rice. &c. & c.. -A LSO Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Calicoes, Cotton Yarn, Shoes. Hauts. Caps, Tiibts. Sugar cans, Sieves, Tobacco, Pueper, Spice. Ginger. Tea, Cane-seat Chairs, Wooeed seat ('hairs, Griiad stones. aid niany othiet articles too tedious to entumrate. DUNDAR & GARMANY. Hamuirg,iJuly 11, 1849, tf 25 SAdmilnistrator's sale. NOTICE is hereby given, that lby virtue of ati order frotn John H ill, Esq... OrdJinary of 'retield District. I shall proceed to sell at mny yesidenice, ma Thursday the 27th day of Deceit her inst. the followine property, to wvit: 1I head of horses tad mtules, cattle, hogs. three waggon' and ,,.ear, cora and fodder, household and kitchen furmitiare, anud estl~er articles too te dioiis to mention, hieingr part of the p~ersohal property of Hugh M Quarles, deeased. Rt. M. FU LLEIR, Admn'r. in right of his wife. N. lB.-T1here will lie hired twenty anegroes, at rte samue time aid place. Rt M. FULLER. n..r, wo t 46r STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY Martha hlays. Hiorati o Blease, and wife & others I Vs. Partion. Lloyd L. Mitchell, and Caroline .litchell. ) NJOTICE is hcreby given that by vir tue of an order from the Court of Equity in this case, I shall sell at Edge field Court House rn ite first Alonday in January next, the following real estate, viz: One House and Lot, containinz - acres, situated in the Town of E:dgefield. on tire Street lending to Colmbia, and bounded on the West by Joli M. Wit. on the North by Mri. Sarah Laborde, on the East by DMrs Christian's lot, being the lot whereon rs. Mary Miichell, resi ded at her death. Said Lot will be sold on a credit nf one )ear, except for so much as will pay the cost of this snit, to lie paid in cash. Pur chasers to give bond and good personal sure.ties, and a Mortgage of the premises to secure tie purchine. S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E. x. D. Comi'rs. Office, Dec. 5, 1S49. Dec. 5, 5t 46 STATE OF SOU1Ti CARO-LINA EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Elisha G. Robertson, and others, I Vs. ) Partition. Micajah Robertson, and others. ) N OTICE is hereby given, ihnt by vir tue of the Decree of the Court of Equity in this case, I shall proceed to sell at Edgefeld C. H., on the irst Muonday in January next, the real estate of Lenis Robertson, dee'd., viz: One tract of land containing two hun dred and sixty acres, more or less, lying on :lard Labor Creek, and adjoining lands of Eli-ha G. Rb..tertson. R. P. Qoarles. E. Robertson. G-orze Coleman, and the estate of lugh \I. Quarles, dee'd. Said Lands will he sold on a credit of one and two years. except for so utch as will pay the cost of this suit, 14o be paid in cash. Purchasers to give bond and approved sureties, to securo ihe purchase money. S.S.TO.\PKINSc E. X.D. COnomirr'ra. Office, D~er. 4, 1d49. Dec. 5. 5t 46 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD I)[STRICT. IN EQUITY. Bennett lolland, and ) Elizabeth. his wife, I S. Parti:ion. Benjaimi Stevens, Maitha Kinaird, and I William (inard. ) N OTICE is hereby given. that by vir. tue of an 0ider front the Court of Equity in this case, I shall sell at Edgelield Court Houe, on the First Monday in Junnary next, the following real estate. he lonting to the estate oh Alexander P. Ki. nard, dec'd., viz: Une tract of land containing by survey of A. R. Able, D. S., certified 30th Oct. 1849, four hundred anui eighty-two (4d2) acres, situated in the District and taie aforesaid. on Penn Creek. and adjoining lands of Theophilus IIill, J0ohn C. Allen, Luke H. Taylor. EIans Permenier und Dr. William S. Mohley. Said Land will be sold on a credit of one and two years, in equal instalments, except io so much as will phy the cost of this soit, to lie paid in cash. Purchasers to give bond and([ goud sureties to secure the purchwae money. Comnm'rs. Oflice, Dec. 5, 1S40J. De. ,4 6 STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IX EQUITY. Samntel Lorwry, atnd others, vs. Partition. Elizabeth Lowry, & others. TJOTICE is hei'eby givea that by vir tue of atn order from the Court of tKinity in ihik case, I shall sell at Edge field Court House on the first Monday in January next, the followinig real estate of John, Lowry, deec'd., viz: Tract No. I. containinig two hutndred and seven and 37 10 acres, more or less, lyi:g on Ilalf WVay Swamtp, and adjoining lands, now or owned lately by Mary Dean, Thos. Puine atnd WViley Kemp. Tract No. 2, cootaining onec huntdred and forty five acres, monre or less, lying ott Little Stephjen's Creek, and adjoituing lands of Ceurge Free, Bryan De.an, anid others. Tract No. 3, contaitning one humndred and a hallf acres, moore or less, and adjoin. ing lands of Michael Shaver, William Strother and others. Tratct No. 4, containing eighaty-six antd1 a half acres, moore or len, lyitng oni Little Stephen's Creek, andl boun led by h~inds lately ownedi by Jonatthan Wever, dlec'd., Robert Jones and John Lowry. Tract No. 5, coo:aining forty and 2-3 acres, mtore or less, and boutnded by lands of William Padgeit, Wright Adams, Jamtes Green, and estate of Johi Thomias. Said lands will be soild o'u a credit of I onie and t wo years, excepit for so much as i will- pay the cost of this suit to be paid in I cash. Purchasers to give bond and good personal sureties- to secure the purc-hase. mooney. S. S. TrO.\PKINS. C. E.. D Cormm'rs. Oflice, 'Dec. 3, 1849, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. iN EQUITY. Lewis Robertson, and others, vs. Partition, Wim. Morris, and others. N OTICE is hereby given, that by vir tue of an Order from the Court of Equity in this case. I shall sell at Edgefield Court House on the First Monday in Jan nary next, the following property he longing to the estate of James Morris, dee'd., Viz: One Tract of land containing one hun fred atnd forty-one and one-half acres. ac cording to a plat certified by Isaac Bowles, the25th Oct. 18-19-heing i part of the tract, known as the Blocker land, situated in the Distrlct and State aforesaid, on branch waters of Rocky Creek, and ad jiining hands of Jef'erson Sturky, Higdon Atcherson, and other lands of said James Morris. dec'd. The Tract known as the Chappell Land. containing by plat of Isaac Bowles, D. S.. certified the 2.5th Oct. 1849. one hundred and ninety-five acres, situated in the Did. trict and State aforesaid, on branch waters nf Rocky Creek, and adjoining lands of Higdott Atchison, Wn. Braenell, Wan. B, Dorn, and othets. The Persimmon Branch Tract. con tining by sirvey of Isaac Bowleg, D. S.. certified the 25th Oct. 1849, one hundred Rod eight acres, situnted in the District and State aforesaid, on Rocky Creek, and ad ioiing lands of Win. B. Dorn, and others. The Old Field Tract, containing by wurvey of Isaac Bowles, D. S., certified :he 25th Oct. 1549, ninety nite acres, sitta ed in :he District and State aforesaid. on Rocky Creek, and adjoittin lands of Wm. B. Dorn, and others. Said land< will be sold on a credit of me and two years with interest from and 1fter ote year from the day of sale, except is to so tmuch at will pay the cost of this tuit to be paid in cash. Purchasers to give mond and approved sureties with a mort zage of the premises to secure the purchase ntontey. S.s. TOMPKINS. c. E. z. 9. Comnm'rs. Ollice. Dec. 4, 18-19. Dec 5, 5t 46 STA It Eq -.. . .....a at ..dgenetu Uouri Hou-e on the frst Monday in Jattua ry next, the followiog re..I estate of Jautes I. Still, dec'd.. viz The Houime Tract, containing two hun ired and iinety-five acres, inore or less, and adjtinintg lands of John Dorn. George Dutz. and others. The David Younghlood Tract, contain ing two htundred acres, more or less, and ajuining lands of John Landrum, James Dr, and others. The Old Tract, c intaining seventy-five icres, more or less, and adjoining lands of Geoirge Outz, George Hambleton, and itlers. The Saunders Tract, containing one iondred and seventy-three acres, nrtore or ess, and adjoining lands of Win. Dean, Elislaa Stephens and others. The Patterson Tract, containing two tundred and ninety-one acres, more or ess, atd adjoining lands of John Stead. iarn, and others. The Richardson Tract, containing nne tundred and one acres, aMore or less, an-d adaoining the above tract, described ias the Ptterson Tract, Wn. Dean, and others. Said Lanads will lie sold (an a credit of tne year. except for so mutcht as will pay he cost ofahtbis bait to lbe paiad in cash. Pirr thasers to give bond atnd good ptersonal uretics to secure the porchtase money. S. S. TJOM1PKINS. c. F. ?. D. Comtm'rs. Ollice, Dec. 3, 1849. Dec. 5, 5t 46 SHIERIFF'S SALE. B Y virtute of sundary writs of Fieri Fa cias,- to tme dlirected, I will proceed o sell at Edgefaeld Cort H-ouse, tin the irst Mtaltnay and Tuesay following in [anuary next, the following property, in he follotwitng cases, viz: WV. A. lsarris, Aaltt'r. of John S. Jeter, lec'dI. vs. Johna I1. Berry, the tract of land *here the defenamn lives, tadjointing lands f WVm. A. Turner and others. L. 11. MuIanay vs. WVash Freeman, oane ot at Libert y HI ill, cotaininag asbott eleven cres, adljoitning lands of Andy Reynolds mad others. W~hit. Braooks, Ex'or. vs John Scham ert, the tract of latad where the defendant ive-s, containing five hundred anal foray ares, more or less, and adjoinin; lands of ampson Pope, and thers. S. B. lMays, T. C. vs Mrs. R. Oneal, he tract of land where the dlefendanat lives, adjoining liads taf G. D. lluiert, atnd others. Terms of Sale, Casha. S.CGIlIUSTI E, S. E. P. Dcc. 10, ' te 46 N'olice. jLL Personis indlebted to the Estate of Aaron Hinwarad, Deceased, are requested o tmake immaeadmtte paymnear, and all thaose lavt tg chamna ap~iaast the estate, to render thema ini troperly attested. R. P. D3RUNSON, Adin'r. Nov. 7 1849: '2m, 42 EGRO KE RSEY8, Shoes and Dianakets. LA superior assort'tnent at BLAND & DUTLEft'S. Oct. 'l i 37 MedicinesPaints, Glass, &c, HAVILAND, R12SLEY f Co. AUGUSTA, GA. DEALERS IN CHOICE Drqgs a'pid Medicines, SURGICAL AND ;DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTs, OILs, DYVE STUFFs, WrN Dow-GTAtis, FANcY SoAPs, PERFUMERY, BRUsHES, ToILET ARTICLES. ::-ALSO0 AGENTSNOR HE MOST VALUABLE PATENT MEDitINES, TRUssEs, DEN TTs GOLD FoiL. TEETH, THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY's TEAS, RosENDALF CE 3MEN-T, CALCINED P:ASTER OF PARIs, &c. (0- Raving a very extensive Stock, which is kept full and fresh by weekly additions, we are prepared to supply Planters, Phisi ciana, and the Trade, at very low prices. 0 Orders Proniptly attended to. HAV4,AND, RISLEY & CO, DRUGGISTS, near th0 Mansion House. Globe and U. S. Hotels, Augusta, Ga. Nov. 52, 3m Constantly on Hand. AND STIL.L RECEIVING! W E have to y received per Steame, SOUTHERNER, from New-York, ex tensive additions to our already large and superior STOCK of GOOI)S. Among our recent arrivals are Plain and Fignred Black Silk!, Striped and Watered do. Plain and -I'd do. 1-2 doz, J idbes, for evening Dres Some No i Styles of Ging haini Mourning e, &c. F< NEMEN. Superior icy Cassimers. A beatifu f Office and Over Coat 2 or 3 pi 1, and three Ply Carr Fresh E and Pine Apple Clhp quest lnose itndebited toimako patymeit by CGash or Note, prior to that date. His services as a ncusullting phyvsicizin. culn he obtatined on all @ic casionas, uinle'ss when prnfessionally eiigaged. Wil. D. JENNINGS, A]. D. Oct. 10, 1849. if 38 D R. U. M. TOMKI'NS. respectfiully of. fers his prolessional sei vices after the ex piration of the year, in the practice of Medi Ine. Snrgery, and Oibsteirics, to the Gitizens of Dark Corner and its vicinity. Olflice at Dr W. D. Jenings. Oct. 10, 1849. tf 33 N O T I C E. A L persons indebted to the estate Willinm RIaboro, dec'd., are required to made im iiediate piryment, and those having deniatids agaiist the Estate, to present them properly attested on or before the fifteenth day ofJnnun ry tiest in the Court of Orelinary, as I desire on that day to settle up !he Estate. H. U. RABORN, Adnior. Nov. 19.18-19. tf 44 Adminitrator's Sale. B Y ani order fromt the Ordinary of Edgefield District, I shall proceed to sell on FRIDAY the 21st day of December next, all the personal property of Jacob Peow, dee'd1., eunnsitin of abhout Ti'lRTY NEGROES. a large anhuer of Hoyig. Caottle, Horses, Corno nd Fodder, and Kitlhen Furniture, &c.,&c All of the above property will be' ,old on a credit of~ twelve months.. TIhe ptrrehinscrs will be required to give notes with twob or mnore sp piroved sureties. Siots m,,der $5 dollars cash. . R. SPA NN. A dmioisrator, JOE L LLL, itn right of his wife. Nov.21, 51 44 Cham~paigne Wfine, Liqjuors, Ac. It0 Barrels choice New York Cider. 2(0 Barrels Bostont Rum, 5 do Northern Gin, 1 Pipe choice Hlollanad Gin, 30 Barrels Whiskey. vttri.ns qualities, 35 Qr. amid eighth Pipes Maideira, Trenerifl'e Port, Shterry and Mulagat Wi-ie, 20 Hlf und Quatrter Pipes Giegniac Brandy, yairiouas gnalities. Now ltadiitg ad fur sile by H. A. KENRIICK. Hamburg, Nov 25 tf 45 Necw Boarding~ Iouse. M RS. FORD, respectfully itiformos her friends and the pubtic. tha:t she lhis tkeni the secontd stoty over 31r. J. Cohnt's Store, at Edgefield Court lionse, wvhere shte has opened a BIOA RDI)NG IIOUSE. fur the accommoutuda.. tionu of P,-rmanient ann Tranuient Bouarders. Her terms for teginr boarders, will bit $10 per month for hoturdtt and indgig,-$2, per week fur boarding n~ ithotat lodcintg. Gentlemoen visititng the Village, can be no cotmmodated with reguar meatls, (at all htours of the duty, and tintil 10 o'clock, P. Al..)' at the low p~ice of 25 cents per meal. Nov. 2 1, , f 44 STATE~ OF SOUT H CA ROLINA. EDGEFIELD D)ISTIGT. Tl OL LED hefine me by Richard Berry,. an .estry sorrel mare mnie, of ordtnary height. light made, marks of gear about her shonkllers; supposed to he 10 or 12 years of age and appratised at $50. J. QUATTLEBUM,. M1. E. D. Oct. , 184i .t.... '38 From the Sonth Carnlinina. VARIATION OF THE MAGNETIC NEEDLE. We are permitted to publish the follow ing recent communicatiotn of Professor Williams to the Governor, on the subject of the mnantic needle: CoLuM taA. December 6. 1819. Mr DrAa SIa: In Mlay last I coM municated to your Excellency the varia tion, in this place, of the 31agentic Need le. The mean of all the obervatioans sincP made shows a declinatioan of 2 deg. 37 min. 24 see. These observations were made with the Theodotile of the College. This Theodotile was not purchased for a decliiometer. It ansners very well to explain the method of measuring the hor izonital and vertical angles, but cannot he relied upon for mitute accuracy in detec ting and appreciating slight varations df the needle. One of the practical objects in establishing here and elsewhere in the State true meridiane, was to furnish sar veyors with the deliiation, %, hi-h being entered upon their plots, might serve to perpetuate the ounding lines of the sur veys. These lines are always determinel by the angles taude with the magnetic. and not the true mieridian. The mean of many lservatious made even witta so on suitable an istatruinent as the College Thendotile, will nf.proximnate the truth sufficiently near t) secure this valuable olbject. for surveyors rarely pretend, in ordinary surveys, ta greater accuracy than 15 mitt. or the fourth of a degree. Fromn the published reports of the U. S. Observatory, at Washington city, many curious and interesting magneticil sta tistics may be derived. The observations were malie with the finest in-irtnents, adjusted with the greatest care, atnrf the result recorded a' intervals two hsitrs throoghout the twenty-four, for every day in the year. The volume before nte. for which I arm. indented ta the Hon. A. Burt, embraces a period of three years. tunning through 1840. 1841 and 1842. From these reports the following facts are clearly es tablished. 1. No two consective observations sho* the same portion of the magoet. proximatnon. 4. f any t wo different hnurs of the same day be assumed at ple;nute. as for exam ile, 6 A. M. and noon. and the declina. lion at those hours careiully noted, anid again at the same hours on the next day. it will be foaid, if thiq prrrceeqs he eontinu ed. that the diiTerectes of declinaion at the htoursof6 A. 51. will sometimes hae great er and sometimues less than the differences at no001. 5. And hence it may he inferred that, if but one oleervation be made in the dJay, it matters little what hour be selected, provided it be adhered to. The mean ofr series of ohservationq mtade atsuch hour will approximate the true itagnetic varia tion. It would not lie diffiicult to swell this comtnoication to the size of a small pam. phlet, but your Excelleocy might find it an inexcusable trespass upon your time. It is quite certain that, upon a subject of this nature, one might utter dicata with the authority oifsa master, in which it would be difficult to say whetier arrogance or ignorance prevailed. I have the honor to be. your excelleney's. obedient servent. l51('i..J. WttA.ins His Excellency WV. 13. Szanoon, Gov ernor of South Carolina. PL~A~ Roans.-We are glad to per ceive that itn some sections of our State, the importance of these roads is beginnitg' to bte felt. E xperience thtus far itn other States has proven that such enterprises are nt anly valuable na highaways for traffic, but thatt they are also profimlale in. vestmxenats. Where circumrstanaces prevent the conastructiori of rairioads between towns anad villages, they w'ill be foundc to persent the most acceptable means of trans portation that csan be htad. As adj'uncts to rte prosperity of our rail roads, they will especially bte ftatntd valua ble-itt fact, wherever thaey pentetrate, it is nearly ;ts good as the e xtetision of railroads. nd will be a poawerful means of dleveloping the resources of our upper districts, atnd giving toa the farmers and planters, easy and cheap transportation to our princimal markets. Timb er is'nhbuntdanatly scattered almost in every secrtion. ca' the State, arid the experimet ontce, wre feel convienaced that these rtadts will be founod cnanechtng towns antI villages and intersecting our Va riotus railways. Wousld it tnoS be ise for the I egislature to aiford that~ measure of aid in these pub. lic etiterprises wvhich they have heretofiare protrered anid extenaded t oather enterpris oft a simibar eharaeter, upon certatin con ditiotn being fldled. We know o'f no surer mode of htenefitting the people of' the whole State, thana by aiding thema to procure much facilities oaf t'runspoartatiuon far their products as will enabile them tee seekt the best markets. WVe not iced in thte proceedings of thte House somne pietitions bor inicorporating companies far the cont saructionj of these rotads. arnd: we would he glad toa !see theta furthered ont, believinag that their valise to raur country friend's can0 not be estimated unatil experiment has beena taanle....onth C"..rnliata PERILS OF FALsEhoon.-The 1. Day-Book quotes the fulluwlog langiaki of an eminent writer: a When ntteb a "conielient r 'eceit has been practiced, in matters iNhere all ahould be fair and open as the day, cbnf der.ce can never be restored, any mo than you can restore the white bloom io the giape nr plum which u hiae p.iied in your hand. Hon true is this, aiid ivhat a neglected irlith by a great portion of mani kind. FalsehdoI is but only one 117 the most humilating vices, but soonei o laitf it is mottst certain to lead to ihe itiosi e~ri-J ous crimes. With partiher., in trade, %is'th partners in likez.wiili friiehji; wiih lover, how itport ani is confidence! How esseii tial that all guile and hypocrisy ilhould fie guarded against in the intercourse b'i:6d'n such parties. How iiuch rniiserg iilid le avoided 16 the hitry of rhany li4es. had tiulh and iinberity been g6iding iihd controlling rhotives; Iuitead of peafiba tion and deceit. "Any vice. said a paieni in bur iearbag a few days iince. any iee. k least arhtng the fraillieq ofIa mihler chaicter-, lhb -Alse hood. Far Helter tirt my 0hild sli6uld commit an effor or to do a wrong, diinl bbn-. fess it. than escape the penally, hove.ver severe, by falieboid ada hypourisy. Let ne kuw tfib wdi-se, dnd a reinidy liuaf possibly be applied. hut keep mei iih the dark-let me lie misled antd be deieieedi and it is impossible to tell at wilit ii0re pared hour a crushing hicw-rad ovet whelmitg eposbie, bnay eone.". nis pireut wB right. The hit" eii :ition of sieb a deiestable ties it a 0hi0 iduld he met wijh ihe severest eiulging, Lying of all kinds. whaether of malice, of conitealment, or of vainglodioui ioasiilg; is doit only viiidd lii cotnipptWie; tid,. if permitted to go eiiijunished In a khld; inP fecs the whole character with a itoral plague 0hich will cling to the mad id hie grave. TiiK VANK .RoAD.-We observe jes rthday, pas,itng our offce on the Plank Road. a load of troenty hales of Uotioe, averagitig frort 450 to 5Od 16s., diaih by three "irses. This nu-nber of Vale* would have oade Iti load, ir... - :hot .: ousea tin the fiver, well de-irve public conitiendation.-Savaniali Gedr,. 2ttli, inst. TnE FAT E ofr he Hungaildn tiifel; it is sthateid, who are dow in Hainburghi, *as dfecided throuigh the direct mediatidii of the American Ambassador ii. L'orhln; Kla'ilia lar seleeted, in Eve different parts of the North or ihe Uitited States, d birge space of land. where he will estab.tdtR a Hungarian colony. The price oft a'd is very mnolerute. The ex Govero'r ot ilte cit9 of Comoin, Njazy, wds .ro fkes for America mt the 15th of 1dveMbe? in company wiih a weomoeter, who 1ill delecs t he finest atd most advant agebus eodt'ry, atm1i nill iritmediately proceed to it.7. divt sion. The other M1agyars and 'lapka himself, will sail for New York on- Ward uf the ship Franklin. TuNNu. .N'aER A ClTY.-;-Sdidekady in New-York, has stated a project ib tou.. nel Broadway for an undergroudd taikay, with opening and starway at evirf dor ner. from Bowlintg Greits to Unoan 8quire. This szlterranean pasiage is 6' b bril liantly lighted up dith gas, la'd ddd# 4-itb a dourble track, the cars to he draWN by ho'rsets. and a "trottori" to be idard otr either side fur foot passengers, ilie AHames of thte streets to be placed at ofrery sltair. way, so that thte travellers can be s'prized of their locality-and ule et arS ? top ken secon-ds at every openlog, t6 let th'e way farers get out andl gel io. I3iL'EEDtNG AT TttE Nose.--Dr.. Samuel R. Stmitht, f Tfomtpkinsvilhe,- Staten Is land. New York, commnunicated to the Boston Medientl Jsnirntah d meihod of stop ping bleedintgs at the tfose..uich be learn ed oaf an old shipmaster. Ttte process was to roll up a pliece of paper and place iv tinder l'he uppler lipi. D?. Smith stopped bleeding which had cottiued four days, by tying a ktnot in a bandage, and apply itng it on the upper lip. uisd tyittg the bee rlage rou'nd th'e head. Th rasiwnale of this treatmeut, is the pressure at the point mentioned compresses ihe artery furnished, the blood. Tu'E T$Ris.--Nadir Shah, whena encouraging the Persians to attack the TForks, said: "Yott need not have any utar or anxiety zespecting this nation, o~r God has given them but tuvo-hands, ets of' whicht is absolutely neessary to etep on their cups, and the other to hold ip their trouvsezs;. and it. thtey handa btird, it wottld- be employed to holti their >ies; thtey ht:tve,. therefore, none to pare for a sword or a shield.." Riar. PETF;R RnGEtuq, agesl ninety-nine rears, four motnths antd ten days, died its V'aterloo. II.. on the 14th ult. lIe was ite of WVashington's Life Guard. in the var of ltndepemtdetnce, and perhtaps the tat oif that noble bamtd. Weigh right, if y..u .sell .en.