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'I it n : 3 i t i I gret, that on the expiration of mv leave of absence, 1 was obliged to leave rplimlK regiment in the regions oTthe wild we-u. a tIFlyni f. v. liorKtvrr, HJitor. .Saturday, Oft-ember "2', I8 1.". "Basil the Great.' will find his lines (r'zos Bri:ish elaim to Oregon as shame mid ougiu il not to bo remedied? beautiful one is presente I for their mi on our first pnge. He will at once -ee t"--1 :u lM t-'lia' ' and w holy inadmissible.' Why do you not reason with our citi- iiaion. Womans hands and hearts hav our main objection to publishing it as( j -'N J ikSsi' ' is our right to the w hole of zens on this subjoel? If men cannot be ' reared a monument to her spiritand week. Couldent take the responsibility ! ri'K0"- l'u recinncuds to congress brought to see what is for their own in rnterprize more durable than marble ns it was. Thank vou for youriirose communication. When shall we lock for n similar favor - "Harry, there s.somc word" your i.iits nu mil i iiiuucuji.. .tie ou sure it is original ? Cotton is ranging in N. Oi leans from CI lot) ct. Flour is"5elling;iii Yazoo city .from 0 to 8i per barrel. ... B. King has icturtied to the editor la' chair of the Southern Argus. Dr. E. 1'iiket has become associate editor of the Southern lie onner. The ltawan.bian is the title of a new paper published at Fulton in ltawambia y- -.,7 7 , Mr. Clay it is said wn, hortlyv is.t Xcw Orleans on busiresq cw uiltans on uusn.t. null. dliu. UII.M.M Ul U . 9 ft Hit III l I IIIHlii l IU .lll'AUU, ilUUUl ! n"um:" ' "7 K1 W "C!,C"- ! Thj Mississippi Democrat rccom -! pie t,,nli,io;ls n.cnds A'aior Benjamin Kenncdv a re- ! Tho 5g Tfats on nrccnta'nc from Carroll rountv .1 i suitable person for speaker of the House j ------ of Representatives. THK TI.MK.S'. Since the appearance of our article of week before lat having the ;above cation, we have free.uently been culled to account for the things therein con- tained,n!!edging that we have placed the blame of delinquency in matters ' matrimonial upon ths w rong ( crsons, and should have inadeMhose risuottsihle i wliose iault it i. .Now we arc f; t ' from arrn rati n" to nnrsrlu.o ;..r..l! bility in an matter whatever, and mayihave erred in that respect ; and if , we did, the error must be traced to our; observe one ,l reS,in. J V. lJ U11V4 11 'L IV I'll I IIVU I. LU . I? A . ' 1 : n.l.,. . It 1 I 1 r .u. ii a3 prouuecu a. bpiru oi en- quiry among the junior specimens of humanity whose minds have been ob t 1. - . t . o i u.-. i wno seem to be i.tien-Jed. but we have been requested to stir up the ladies on the same subject. We shall not do it. ! I hey are wide awake. ! Fredonia. Our correspondent among i , , ... i other good things, pays a we merited ! . -k . ,u r , c i j tribute n the 1-redonia society of adies . . t , . i who have by their enterprize and ia 1 . . i . i r . dustry accumulated funds sufficient ' and have really built a neat and tastey ! church. There is a spell in that namc to us, which when mention is made of of it, winds itself more anJ more close- j ly around us. We intend ere long, to ' do ourself the pleasure of attending j Divine worship under that roof which, we nave not ye ,eeu, ou.. o. wn.cn we have heard so much. Our correspond- rnt isnot wronr in his nnneal to the ladies. If the men will not embark in ; .L. ......... r , me nuiuauie enterprize oi ouuamg . school nouses and ciiurcties, tne laaies who hold the keys to their hearts, mav .. by perseverance, finally find the keys ; to their pockets. PPPint:vTs! Mi- voen 1 PRESlDLNTb M L&SAGL. j The Presidents messatre arrived bv 1 ... " wedesdayn.ght-sma.l: In relation to our relations with Mexico, the message is pacif.c-The ., . .. . . . 1 President says that he has sent a min- ister to Mexico to settle upon amicable lerms ail uiuerenccs between the two i i- .i i . fount nest, ine uuinT me itoundarv min.. i .v, lt u. , us l i oin the beginning until now we cy Howe wou'd say) a'.lengrossing and hav0 LtCli lhe rosses3or!, of (me pn0r momentous subject. If we are correct idea; our mental optics have been, and in the information that we have, that yet are, bounded by the horizon oi cot ladics have marked the aforesaid ar- j ,ou ar.,j negroes, negroes a id cotton; tide, and in many instances sent it to j ;in.i evcn wi,j!e W3 have been wasting selfish old bachcllors, we have every I our time and breath in mere words upon inducement to bear up under the de- j tl,e cHect of a lurid' upon our great sta nunciation heaped upon us by those ; pie, these same Northerners with pru- ' . " , J 'i' j ' . ; tion. So there is no longer any pre- saved on the transmission of every bale 1 . .... e !!.(. it- .. ' uBouujf ui .. . i-iwiw. It recommends to congress the car- ' Iy consummation of lhe annexation of . vated to a city ; 'and' that in every rc Tcxa?, by admitting her 'into the union spectour citizens would be - benefited upon an equul footing with the other j and you are laughed at as a dreamer, states. ; While the rest orthe world is rushing The message may be considered ; irliko on the subject of the Orig n , ;rritory, all C.T.-r'. to Sc:t!o thiues-; ua Te ' lion by negotiation tho President an-j nounccs to have fadeJ. Tito hist of- fcr of compromise in relation to that 1 , question was nude by the :nitcd Slates. I an. J lias lieen rejected by lhe nritish ing what makes limes so hard. If we heroes, statesmen, orators and patriots 1 government, lie recommen Is to con- contract our vision, and examine our She needs churches and scho )!s to pcr- t gress to terminate the treaty of 1827 between Kuglaud and America by giv-' ing twelve months notice. The eon ( iiou ol Oregon, giving loeach contract- ! mg parly the right to terminate it by giving one years no: ice. He cliarac- ! . ul l,r lilws aiKl jurisdie- I l,on .xcr 1,10 re8on territory. He j recommends an overland mail from out' lo states at least once a month, and thinks it entirely praci- i cao.e. ne asserts it ;h t in ! h-.I pohcy ol the U. States to prevent any foreign government from planting co'o- nies, or obtaining any foothold what- l ever in morieu. j j0 recommends that lhe duty on ; coo'ee imported from the Netherlands ; be abolished. j The amount of the puoi.c u;-U to- maining unpaid on the Is", of October last was i ;.;;;,h;i ;j 2. j I . . . t i ; ; , ; f - .uuo , c.Kc.aucngm into r o, that po.,ey. He j 'ccononemts to congress the ahoiu.on ! Q. the principle and the sub- I " ",,laCU' 11 Ul !htf" C('f0re"1 principle. in , . , ,. , j He i ecomuie .ds i he cstablishmenl of j the sub treasury system II. .. I ie rccommeiiils u.e g.auuaaon ot 1. . I . n pr jejj ( ' price ol the put lie funds and also !' continuance uf tho policy of grant- many minor UujPC's- Take it as a whole, we think - ,iUl l,,:,xiU( l:,,n- il is a very la j I -J-ii-N C. CALtiDLN.Thedt-st'ngui.h- jcJ man lias been elected by the Legls , la!urti ofSoui li Carolina F. S. Senator j l!1 l'!l,co ol - - Huger resigned. He ; votes out of 139 ca-.t. i i Ll:TTi:1 rilGI LV.ilDi; 1 VCI'X. J : 3Ji jtr.v. -My Dear Lyn : No one, who looks U 'O'i the f;t . m iL1:i. flltf. r..i,l r., , . . . ' ui v.- ..mi,, mm i ci. it o i; pon ine vast reson rfi' u uf i I'l.ii.-it.. ...it ..... um.L.uu,, ; but re'rets the innoliviiu . -t ,.' rnlur;rize irj Suulh(.rn chui,7er. wul. !ar less advantages than wc njxirr. . . - - - I 1 t t . ne.gnnor.s exce l us in a;i mat make existence renowned elevated and nrosnerous. W are la r behind them in the race of improve ment. There is nothing progressive in , ... dent coolues?, leavin-' us to fill the air w ith sounds, have been putting forth all , . .... .heir energies, in the ini,rovcmeut of, , ' ... ' niii oliiiu, una ine ennctnng o , i ,, , ... t themselves. Their mfnr.il m Kv rt , are by no '"cans extraordinary not so .... Sreat as ours yet look at their wealth, i n n . power, and influence. Kail roads are i . madc anJ connect cities to towns and , - . V,"ga; n Wl'Se bfm lh" nch freht of a vasi country 13 PoureJ- annually down into lheir clllcs- Thcir soil is enriched by lhe UI(J of science- Farms, bouses and stocks' are "nP''oved and societies are. eSlJUUSMt;u lor promoting tno utility of - n -' p.eniv, and Prosperity are the results of their -isole.s industry, and active energy. While re-al Dovfinv,l-mm,l,;,,;n.. - . -w .. --Cne. - ,uta, airj ( lour noisy declarations. No scheme.... .,: . ..." ,o 7 ' v ' tu' can 4je stark'd' no PIan proposed, by 1 jany one desirous of seeing our State i' S forward in the struggle of improv- mpnf ih-ii mPPf wit!, i ' tent, thai meet., with- a response m the bosom ol our community. Canital , .. . . , , - --, ;l,es inactive in the pockets of our . wealthy citizens. Convince them ol ! he utility of a rail rpad from this place 1 ' . .i it- . p ! lo the M,S,.ss,pp,;show ,hem how ; I all along its route the valley would : lC"' wt' a industrious popu alion . ,i ' i nrove to inem ih.it ihr nmnnnt rr 3 Im uieaiia, wouiu oe con- siderable; that a village would be ele- forward in the rivalry of improvement, -c arc creeping along dreaming of Cotto.u Cotton! While other State and communities, arc joying over the reMi'.is of their activity, and industry, '. we , like the d mnka rd who has impover. 1 ihed himself and family, are wooder towns and villages we will see the same lack of energy, and want of respect for ourselves as a people, ls there a vil- try that is not blessed with a church and school house? Yes! in a place not a thousand miles o,T. Is not th s a : tere.M, pe. Imps an appeal to 'heir self ' respect may not nrovi ve unavailing. lf 3 erected, a chuiv'i roll roads wi'l not be and school house irav he. We need oolh, Youth is growing up to be citizens, we must aive them IvJueation. h is t!1(. great refine of human nature; the elevator of man, his comfort and ron- m me prosperity an l aa ver- 1 1 ensures, ami w no were never Kno.n s;ly of life; It strengthens the faculties ' uelore to' do any good for the commani o! the mind, and enables us ihrough ty or themselves, were forced ta be hem to subline the passions which un-' come of some useto society. Anexpcr resi,,i ued UmhI iu imiiDrid ze and des ienced manetier, bv his maninula- olute society. 1 speak ol -..juration in Us genera! sense religious, moral ai d scientilic. I hat w hieh r:iip n i-nmii - UtiM-' a". warm kin lly k e! mg , w h,eh man owelh to his fe! low ! uf love for his count rv, of reverence ,br her institutions, and of the oerv- ance of those duties w hich his position riCty 7,j"inS "l-nhimtoperlbrm. without it, bv that imitative power of . . , ' Wl hich iiuman nature is noessd i J - .vM i m i mv utiu o. inn 1 . . I .i uik g-M.cr.Mi tney r re turbulet.t a v "''takers. c.idemies a i e the urcat in- sirumen'ts by which Liiuealion is impar- c.i, know'edg diffused. Let us have one. But above all, we have no chuich From my position I look around and see i oofs, and signs enough, but no spire pointing solemniv upwards greets my vi-i.i.i. It has been a. subject of stir;iiw So iiic, thai among all the pro lessors of the religion ol' Christ amonii us none has thought mough of that wlor u he profes-es to have a house to hts name. Kuch denomina- Hon have their representatives, i here's your plain republican l're vtrian, your z alous fiery method ist, your w a torish Baptist, and your ifyal Fpisco paiian. bui r I all. !;vc neglected to have " uil.Vd, anJ dedicate I to the mont a i,ouse n whhdi I tie imirut b wo--s.i'.ped--l know that lie'igion can j he tauglr- as tdotjuentlv uithin the walls j of a houe w here, Justice is judicial ,v administered," as any where else; for -t.'od ilwclte U no; in house.5 made w". it iiands.1 But the C'nurch is the ; The usual icsolutions le'aiiveto the sign of civilization, s he symbol of the j hour of meeting, (12 oVeek.) and sup- liin.ier.ee, and operations of the treat j PL'"'? Senators with newspapers power orChris-ianitv, upon the hearts 1,'L Also n relation io in ... , ',,T 1 , form Sue house luai tnj benate was aeu munis of men. We out it 0 have ' i i i. i . i ou0.il .u wliw j organized and read io i0ceed to busi- o;ie. So matter what kind free or i ness. belonging to any denomination. But it J Mr. CrUlende i gave notice of an in is said that a church, unless it is con ! l(,Iltio" ' introduce bills for the pur fined to some particular sect of religion, V'asf of. ,!'u S'C',S 'r L?;liviil0 D t I i iM n n 1 1 f ;i nn tuid i-i ton tontrnuo. ......... . ,u .i.i j U will be nothing but a bone of con J i i n rfirfn. I . I i it . . M t tention nerealicr. Quarrels will grow; out of it among brethren, well, never J , t , , , ,' himcl I hudu the cl , , ' " t,r,,amrnl llr low'; t-i its show to strangci s w ho , ... . ,, isit us thai v. e I ear ('od and honor our land, and then, if we will use our tongues (s, me tongues and revolvers are the i only modern weapons) in abusing one i another. let us r.min-,.1 lit,, ,1..! i , , .... ..... , we p!ea-e. I, i It will create some excite- men , some amusemeni perhaps, or may aio.ise .ne rtutet cillz-n to p.vr4-.t... in ' 1 ----- - - ' ' . ' i t J " ' i w I bitiernt ss, as Juvenal did w hen he sa- : tivc) 5- Scattering 11. lirizad -he degeneracy of his times. 1 The Hon John W. Davis was de .in1t, . ,-...! clared by the Cicik to bo e ected Si.ea- -Qnanta siceum jeeur ardeat ira' ker 0f the 29tn Consrpss. euro, and when quarrels end the LhurcU there. If men will not arouse themselves to .!,:, .,.!, ,, ci taking, we hav Z n72n T 'J0"' mc 10 CjIiin2 "P011 to put he gies together, andeavor to do what , . anj cimo ,ja$ .. ... iu uu, tiunr.ni in every atre r T .. . ' r u,e cause oone much for the cause ; n I t , U Ue ,S,UI1' ailJ reiiS''ot. ! u.ive none mucn lor tier; By their influence she has been elevat- ,i -.n . " ... . - "-i i'iu oer snnere in society nn- der their orationMhe brutal nation, ' of " ,- Passions j0 Q 1 'T ' l,resence. , Al0'i,e,s' most of all, are interested tn lhia matler ,n l)Q d ? n j a mol!,e,-s care an(j , . 6 11 ! tn i , . l,ie youthial mind into lhe channel on wnose surlace life's nch freight is t.. i. i.nrnn i.i , Le Lorne- I" these early years mothers are the best linnl.miio,. Minds are formed by them, which afterwards ' strengthen and embellish civilized so j 1M , civmzcu so- c.ety. All of earthly honor, and great- ness; all of human energy, and all of ! individual piety may he traced to the holiest ot hul.es "on earth, the wellimr fount ol a mother's love " In the earlv I , history of our country, when she was 1 young as we are now, and was like ns ' deprived of the privileges of learned 1 schools, and scholars, from a mother' ' fireside teachings, sprung a race of feet what she thus hinpily commences.! If 'he '-Lords of creation" will not take ; in'ei est enough in this matter, let il be 1 man. Do they need examples? we! point them, not to history nor to oilier : nations. Here, in our own county a . columns. 1 he i- redonia society, have erected a neat and app-opriato edifice, j Ho.v? By their inJustry, their zeal,' and their perseverance. A smile from ! woman's lips fascinated the beholder,! until t!ie rccen.t of the everlasting Dol- lar broke the spell; old bachelors" who had crown crustv over their honrded tions, never had greater eilectupon thy - i phr.Miologij i! developemcnts of an in- iivt.l i-il cn!.tr.r.t i i.to ...;m ii. i. ..i.n.-..i uj. !.i iu llli will, 5IH", by .he g;ance or her excised eyes, had upon .l.eir purses. The enthusiastic feelings of her aroused lu-urt overcame ail oo-ions that mi"!u h 1Vp be-n ! made U scrupulous avlriee. or unho- lv i.lgotry, who could sav. no, to wo ' , - 7 - u r , ",. . . ; n an m -ler lud u-rm oi vouth. and love ........ . ,. uvauiv p.e i iing earneiv . aim eio- .M.nmiv .i sn,-!i .o c.,.n.l r.A.,c.? tl. iji.eini in such a savreil cause er ;,,,!,,,.. 1Pr 7(.n. niv, ;, n, r. n,. , . ..ii;n ,ien w ii.ti .nan v.'oico not, or .nan woui could not, do. If the men arr.ong m will iul see to this matter, then I say to woman follow the example of the Fredonians. CON( HiF.SS. The following proceedings of Con gress is taken from the Alexandria-' Whig) gazette, of the 2d inst. SFA TK. Mi n:. ):. r.r.r. r:.; 1. Tiie Vice IJrc "si.ieut tco-c the etiair. at o ci Pr;ii'i' bv the li.'v Mr. Tustin. 'i'he e 'cJeiitai's of Se;ia- lors Turney, of Teunesse'', Chalmers, of Mississippi, Davi", of Ma--ac!rts'jt;s, fennings, of i. II. art l Wcstco'.t uf Florid. j. were presented arid they were severally qaliiie.i arid tool; their seats Mr. Sevier moved that the Senate proceed to nscertam l lot the respec- tors from Fioriihi, which was laid over i until to-incrrow. j Air. cstcoot ottci ed to rcSnipiih I the longer term !o his colleague, which t , tentiens of the Cons. it alion. . .... . menl , iho Mississippi rivei". Tho Senate then adj urned. HOL;S; OF IIFIMIFSFNTATI VFS. The House was called to order at 2 oVlock, by B B. French, Fsj.. Clerk. The rool was then called, and 212 members answered to their names. On a motion to proceed to the elec tion ol Sneaker, the following cent'e- men were invested bv the Clerk to count the otes : Smith of ance of Me , Cobb of Ga. III., S ever- T. , i no iiniuBiii vti iiiu icuu oi ine ii,,... iVi.u C i r n., necessary to a choice 106 Davis (Lo not 120. Vinton ( Vh.ia 7?. V , Mr. Davis was conducted tn .uams j 5 present were thcn Speaker and took their , The members qualified by the seats. The usual resolution to. nnnoint , : committee to , ai. on the lVesi jnt, aoJ mlorm Him ttiat llie House was or,ran- "d ready it, receive any com-1 n.i.ni.iion Cm, o him ,un , i ' uuonieu- ,, f lhe ,Ml House were adopted, fempjrariq. after the rejection ol an amendment "offered by Air. Hamlin to exc ude there(Vom on& hour rue. Il-crelrom The House then adjourned. . e coPy the lollowiiifr frnm ,, .Memphis .Appeal of last Saturday: Presidents Message. We had some hope of receiving this imnortant nnH anx;ou,sIy ,ool?ed for Suue paper by the T r . i V.B ' r , re a,saPPomt- cd. Instead thereof, however wp m ceived a short note from our WashmT a correspondent under date of the lit mstnt the day of the meeting of . S u r,0,1,r whlch We are ,e1 fo ,' , ; l,AX,s of Indiana, will f R' IChai by Messrs. and McKay, and re- c, manic is the mere child he seems ' beinir n aver, n7t : ...V ' ' "iein 1 turned thanks in a brief speech, pled-- 0 be 1,13 na,ne ls JasPer Ji'en, he i only on "ratifvin- n '7. ' u?ere,ore , mg liimsell to act w.th impartiality, and ? a ,,auu U1 county, and ,s ; One of .hcm. afier hx,l on 7 ' ' e to know no panv in -he exerc.se'of his the sou ol Vw bui respectable! time, threw out ab h t p ,n tt duties save his country. Theoath was ' Par.Vnla' .... c . . ' ' for three or lb,, a Jreo yIUne r aJminis.e.ed to him bv-ih, II,,., r i Mr. U ilham Sir.niier, ol this citv. l.-in,l . ...i , . apo'e?"s' She was From the Columbia Magazine, for October. I LOVE A LOWLY LASSIE. BY MISS riAIJY L. LAWSO.W I love a lowly lassie, But woo a noble dame, Though both are fair as angels, Their names I dare not name. By love and pride divided I know not what to do, My thoughts tooficn wander From whereI fondly sue. Mv lasso's eyes'are swiming In liquid rays of light, Forever so'tly beaming" Too tender to Le bright; My lady shades her glances With jeweled hand of snow, While dreams of conscious power Amid their beauty glow. My lassie's lips unclosing. The balrnly zephyrs kiss. Like roses half dissolving In sunny dews of bliss. Upon my lady's red lip There is a shade of pride That smiles of gracious kindness Ail vainly strive to hido. My lady's wealth is boundless. Her friends of high degiee, Yet many a selfish feeling Within her breast I sec. Her face is bright as heaven, B it oft 1 think with pain, Tne lover who was landless How cold y she'd disdain. And though my lassie dwells r.ot In lordly hill or bower, But nature's hand she's tutored, A wild bul cherish.! flower. While in her lovely bosom All thoughts ol beauty dwell. And o'er each word she utters They east a graceful sjell. And when she turns to gr. ct tne Her heart is in her eye. She strives u.ri to oVrshidow A gleam of foa l surprise. My lady:? iooks are do a nca-t. She will n' t let me see One shade of soft emotion. Can rise at tight of me. 1 v.ot.'d not wrong my true love, Or wound her gentle breast, Ani yet how can I wed her. By pride of birth opprest; Or hnpe she can be happy, Thus raised I rum he degree y losse tu : r.e Were scarce a ;a iy he same to me. No, pru Mice sauiv w liispers My bride she cannot he, Oil, would so lair a vision ll.ul never dawned for me; W'i 1 scenes of gayest splendor Where all is rich and rare, Mv weary glance, will wrander, But never find her there. The moonlight still will quiver Above oar trysiing tree. But never more discover Her iooks of love for m; The soft wind will r.ot bring me Her music murmured tone. She'll s'.and where I run mu-ing. But it will Le a!o;ie. Then fire thee well my lassie. . And tiny life seem' to thee, The scenes of sunny gladness li ne'er can prove to me. And 1 will he forgotten W lien in a few short years, A dream of love more happy lla dried away thv tears. MoitTtI C AKO A T I , . n : u e 1 I nave risi seen one oi tne rreatest n-i. r . i . lurtil cJiiosiiies oi the day, viz.- u ! clui'l, wlu will not be eight years of i is age tint! i juiy next, an I w ho w. . , ,.u una Ul, VHIIUiSir Oilll lOCI.y of ordinary lads of his age, ,y s ! pleased exactly with what uitally de i lights children. It looks odd to see ; such a lump of flesh, chuckling over a 1 new tov. or .a color. d i i ..a-, uuiue an engagement wnn us at h- and le.t . he re yesterday lor the : ;Nonhe1r.n Ci,l(f' w a V'ew of cxhi-: bi mg him to the public. He ,s a euri.: i i . ... j ' sity that will v,e with Tom Thumb and 'J and will be so pro- "uu'tu ui a" ,1U may visn nim. " U- Agister. . 177 lbs!-.nore ,!,, the celebrated : found, show V7T ' ' Daniel Lambert weighed at tho same- betrav. and ru B o o V ' - age. lie rocsures round the waist 1 3 such -.nauers is m S WKe 10 inches round the hips -17-the ihi-h -IVrlr ns , . 2G-the knees IC-neck 174- and In, i that u t a i" ""V height is 4 feet Gd inches! ,ie i!e-: g in.inr J , W.ho Xllt velonmentof his mind and in his .mm- h., .i.'I.. , ' ' ".? first ",ao ., iiioim;iii s e.am;uaiion wu satis v anv n l-;. . mo ...... - ""J " "ii.-J lium flr- inuc. nf.;.!... T, . wr ne ,r,c,, and lost them. That Kead and heed-The gentleman in' provoking! Resolved to recove church, may be known by the following ,hem ha chani;ed one of his notes mark?: 1. Come in good season, so lhea another; and in loss lhan ten min. as to neither to interrupt the pastor nor j !" e left the room without a franc?,, congregation by a late arrival. 2. w prsa. Reflecting on the difficulty Doe.sn.it sln.t nn t. o... . .. nf U..;. .1.. . umiumjf portico, either, to gap3,ut the ladies, salute lriends,or display his colloquial powers. 3. Opens and shuts the door gently, and walks deliberately un th T : . ' 3lM'5 ur m uie ; aisle or gallery stairs, and gets to his! as ipj.ekiy anu ty making as few peo ple remove as possible. 4. Takes his seat either in the back part of iho scat or steps out in the aisle when any one' wishes to pass in, and never thinks of such a thing as making peoplo crowd past him while keeping his place in the seat. 5:1s always ' attentive m the seat. s"? and gives up his seat to mg another tor himself, f. Never thinks of defiling the house of ijoa wijn tobacco spittle, or annoytng those who sit near him by chewing ! that naucous word in church. : Never, unlcsi in case of illness, IfpiV . up and goes out in linn of service -foil ; if necessity compels him so to do, goes . so quietly bis very r manner m Car apolog for the art- 8. Does not en- J gage in conversation before comrnenre- j met of service. U. Does not whiiper ! or laugh, or eat fruit in the house! of ,God 10. Does not rush out of tho : church like a trampling horse, the mo- 1 tnent the benediction is pronoencol, Uil v retires slowly, in a noiselcssquiet man- ;ncr. II. Does all he can by precept I and example to promote decorum in .others, li. Will not find him whis- I poring and gigg'ing, leaning over the : pews fo talk, and keeping trp :1 tr-le-gr- i phicdvspareh. signs, with others indis- ; tantports of the 'house. 13. Never J scoirs at the'pasfnr, or throws;the re- "iark '' a church mcmlcr into ridi cule, ;. TUK V. S. TiilSASIJIlY; The am .unt in the Treasury of iho United States amounts to nbout's7,oQOt 000. This sum is deposited for safe keeping ln the Mint, in the Branch . -Mints and in some fifty odd diflercnt - hanks in various p'acrs. Locofocoism j is very much, sho-ked that the Banks ! should he found sulticicntly trust wor thy to receive, keep, and transmit these : funds for the Government to the places ol disbursement. Even our neighbor the l.nquirer, complains that the Rink have the use of "this amount of money without the cost oi a farlhitur. It is notfexue'ly o. Our neighbor forgot to remember iini tho Hanks gine se curity, doihr for dollar of these de posits,; a,,, m;,ie no cn;trgG for tjie keeping and dUb.-rsing these funds at tne pleasure of the governmen'. All tins is d me hy tha Banks "without tho cost of a lar.h:ugiothe United Stales! Co i!d these fun Is be as s ifely kept and disbursed with perleet Fccinty ir any other way ? I)0J!JCSS Locofocoisn w..u!d place th-, j., tl0 han.ls of S.iU- , i reast! rers some Swartwo it, lne.-,or : McNulty hy uay of increasing t!c patronag'j of the administration, lor the i rowai.J of parti.an seC'r;. thus af ford mg L-g Treasnrcrsan ooportuni ty to h ave full hmded for Texas and u 1 mai ket. C; n!i Gn-- IU Iv.'i::v D S:.r.. H is remark - cd i ho, e.u-h day i.i ihe wtek is set apart ! lor public worship bv oa-.c na ion, viz : Sunday by l:o Chrnti.uis; Mnwhv Uv the (Irec '.-.us; Tu,!.iv ,v iho IVr- a.i- W-! ucs.iny b.- t! ie .Assyrians; Thursday bv iho J-'.r i-i.ttn,,. oy ?h-? rurks; Saturday by the Jew. An I it niav -b mcmiwjed js euri onsfltci i tl co;ree:io. ilaj .-,t Tan gier, tn Morocco Tl&w ire ii ciP-tt three Sun Jays in Mc-ressi-m. The Moors a re s' riot i.i t (.?.;.- I ----.vii of-ervancfiH I- rnlav. and ci lire li.ciitlv oo that day. ies i i .i!ii' ::! .! .......il.;..,. q oct. '1 i; jLMVS. w , ;(r(. ,,"(f U Uii.rn and st r kcei-crs, are .pal?v .ricsiMi .... o i. i.iy, an, I t;,e,r inlhiHuc.. thus p-e-vtale, ,i,e. lvhi!e lhJ Ch r U. ;ta jl;ill"!e;"f "'iTernt Consula es o serve the Simd iy proper; and in this j way. cooped as jri a,e wi,hifl ttie riar. I ,uw ,l,!:"'"r xh'' walls tbere nrtMhrn. I ness and repose of the Sabath, leaving .U.day, faesJay, Wcdnesdavl and ! h"' lor such in-erco,r.so as ,nv j necessary in a place devoid almos": i I" loie.gn commerce, an I b.vio,, o. I of internal activity; sa thai half irW,n'l3W"" U!l i,;,,-,s, with ; P'i n ip a nay or two to spare. CiAf.IiV.: Hie subjoined, which find i "'iilitig about the newsp iper ocean, -Mi.aps us good a warnins commen- pe I ron i it a winner. l !CrC S'Mi In l. l'..i wlS h-T,"?, . f ,,!l,c rcf ' w'-'hat I ou J Z t th , r? J t t u :V. ' " Alc,l"y b repeal- fo tunate aver wA Cert.il1 "7' the -p... . . ! UJer w"1 'nake the attemnt. men strolled one night into nockei- wor .UUi m & Z" spoil, and with that laudln r 9 tasked ,he dea rr I lnU i.- uea.er 10 esc lanw S nn,i lor notes. After receiving 4,600 frJncs jn paper .here s.ili remafned three uc., xNapoleons. 'Let's see what I can do-wuh these; cried tneir nosses. r ,VJ 1 ,uo gaimins tab e a w nuer. he never played again;' Cure for the Ague. A correspond ent assures us that horse-radish grated and steeped in new and unalcokolic ci der, is a certain cure for lhe ague. He says it never fails in any -case in which it is used. As this disease is usually prevalent at this season of the year, we give publicity to tha pro- scriplion as a matter of general infor iuaiion-2Vu7a.5M6or(ftt i Tiist " i if' l ie .f..-. ' i ... l ... 11 ' o I : in less Illfln hn n I i .