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John n vi , 11
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n w . k Mwwwsrfj - .:: " .,T;!
rniViicrj f'1"' laritly 1 arlic!. u'a'ijly foiinfl in
tlii unfVil, t) IWIi we vc-uVJ iuvile thcatti ntion
f our cJistntrirsirrid ethcr( wlio wanl lo luy
, will 'it prf'lenI to fnum-.-ratc wljat wc Itaw,
. 1 iii in ty. t'jttwe li.ive' a grerit inafij C - '-vand
' ,'l ti y 1 1 U i actnn mod-A in ; tcri tf .. m n v of
t tMi f't 1 lil l k'td pri'V 1 cir ..,! !i f,, i'(;rcfiiH
ti , 1 . jj rc, as it w ill ti'tcLul I.i'.Ic t.mc to'J in
. t'i- rni! in i? liVt: J'Ul-ntiin thin . ' ' .
' irt.i ir itlti ution paid 1otA(2r, and any 6nc
V ii 'V; ft" fcrdcr for oiiili may rtly urnv it be.
im alUndt d lu us a if they were hf re pe
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I Tin' mual. aJNieW oC produca taken in exihangc
fir s;''Hn!s. 1 '
.C- rATTON & osnOnx1.
, .vvni:i. A,urnt 7, laic. - - ' . i
Lntnst New York Stylo.: ;
A .d as-MT'inent just received, among w)iicl
an; a few of jrcry wrMr-fjuahty.
a Urf sVirtnjfht of ini,uV..lM)ysl and inf-icU caps,
of vi!vi t,rKitil, and oil cldifi. , . J
i, rATroN x osru)knt; 1
Aiij Jst ?.' ' s
; JhnI OyciuHi, " ' ' ;
; Direct frcin.thc city of vw.Voi It, a lisntNpaio
Vnrlmciit ,o(( tluod for Iadt-8 ilrepsefv Inn ng
wliirli arc ponic fee h.nn1onie print ij wfrcsvcr(of.
Jt reii in tlil ii.nrkt't; . -tofje llirt wiiji tnnslmi i lavvns,
b!juriiHi gylphido, ' nvvWl n do hinrSr rficc;
n!t of wliich afowlTcrcd h th lowol pricrsV ' -,
: . , '
A Jjri' Mipplv f Cjrr!. Itawn, Unlifcb, Straw,
mi-iJ ' r l ir'"iii'o J l.iiii'M' t, fru'm the chi.ipfsl to the
W kl articlf, jitet K-ceivcil and-fiir'pqttbv ; ' .
5 "GTS REWARD,
Jll'T XO TUAXKS.- - ,
Kiiianiv funu'tlic nnhtTibt r n tin 12thi ult.
iiU-und Uiy rum d GAlllUV.l. SAMS, about 18
1 1 j.i 5 M ajf. jrt tty ws ll Rr.jtv 11, black h;iir.i4id cyt-s;
ninl ii.uk t-kiu Thf ubuvc' reward bul n 1 Jhanks
w ill Bf I'iinl f;r Ins dt Iivt rv 1o
. A 'iMi-t 7. Klo. "3t . - 1
Great I$(irrainj$ J
HYT BC REIT IS ALL CREmOXIh.
CALL AND SEE.Vb i
A. B.; J.
1 Art? jus I reroivii,and opcninj a -pendii:
I STOCK OF cdonSi ;
ffislifroSn t!io eastern ciiTes,! Miich ' tliry. proufiiao
aiJ jv.t'Vfly d'clarc itball bt sKl as low, if not
Wt-r, uny other .IooH?, IvI'.iJkiu cuije. from
hl'ii ;nartt-r they liuy,. ' I
It in liN.ial t lMMl iliroiib tins' inrdiuin". of an ad-Tirt.-t
input, a ltd irom.c a- crat mnny lbint 'not
njniUd to be Hrfnrinid, boC tnly 'tf-k a al!,
iVit we nnvprovc how f.r our-as?ortion 'may bo
brlicvr.J. If you want a big lonf of Goolsf fort M
Uo mony, come and ce us, j and you staQ not be
dis.tppointcdi ; : , ' ' f' v; '
It will be! tufRoicnt'l atisfacloi v. wit feopc, to
ny that our Uor.k is ztnt-ral complete, ftriipris-msralm-Wit
ovrrv article u:tia.llv in demand in this
toiifttry. Vtticli has Ajeen sectcd wUh -fare
nd lud-'incht'. and from our knovWw in matters
a'n itair.nijto tins bu-mcs, .caitnot be beaten for
b .mty, quality mij.clicapncf a aay w here it Hie DacK
"Viib dtif'tlrfirriira to our camwtitort, ' we will
y we intotid to beat Ihcrn. if w cnri'.by? fair and
Miioraliie mrans.and if wa find we can't; vby then
9 inlrnl ti An TvmrS H nrXtklble & PtOmiH tMl-
mr, hi e intend onr protlta, to bo so K-ve that m
&u!L'ni-e cannot, nor onhl not, ta b txpMod. ' -
.' k",..Ue ml,nnUll utir did CUOlUlTl tiol tti'de
-rrvfurit St-rk M im t !u brolhvr?, a id wo as
iri"voii tl, it n.i TMt n-iison fjr -omi!aiat khall be
e ven, cithrr for wartt f acAommodatin or - zoi
, fozvan. ; X. B. A? J. S.'i:iUXN. :
nrodac wiU be taken
n xrhangi' fvt (Joods, on the most accommudaUng
'd Fur Un9 in rroror caKin. ' . '
d r ur kn9 in proper c
Ahcuh-l Feb. i'J tf
13) giU Litucrd.pd jutt n'ecivrd-and forM
I; . - J t. C. t, KSTER.
Juae $ .i 30'-2lf'
At tea 'pounds to the dollar, can W hA oX, v
; . ' W. YJLlyIAMS.
marcii 6., If , . . ..... '
TlStKCtiTLtUY, rOCKET JtrENKXlVCS
iT!,eid--Vt and f..iri.( Ftyjck wc CAtv hid l'
leisure .h.bH.inT, at the innvt rpdnct-d prices
, 'f RANKING t'UXI AM.'
CORXt WHEAT. OATS,
eathcr, AVool.'Bectwas and Tallow; received in
'aue f t C.vxxis, br W AVlLfJ AMS.
r-i r .r J V .
marcn p. if
V" lute OI1 an j rt,r u forge tock of
fpimthrend. Call i
i ! ; i'rT f rarli :ciii? uiiii 4 .
on m-rr-f . -r t.'rf Imi..rm-nt ..1 U- c, ;,;
J.S. iL; j. P. SMITH
. i , xf t' : ......try
, Li-.'a, Jil.j ; !A
vy ani' . 4; oi'-i
'til smiles: j low f.T.
s uf tliu ; people arc
ii'.J (.. t:;.' '
flowing lr t
no r'ii c(J.
L.fgisUJui , !')cTe'r,wh u'. ;he-r'C.
Uin$ orS.-rgoai.ts, pr CorpuVa'a, or - 's-.j Lave
l.riV.' t -.i .t - . .
. iovv' ths rn!y ( ijvcts . tU Militia 6rgnni
zatiofi ar.J lrainingjr'.nrc to ascertain ilie
mur-cricril ar.J rcliablj Militia! f"ico"of t!.
nati , -tJ fit it, by c'iscip
lie tu. ftff;oy. liji'it i'
t!:.n if Vie list object I'-'t
rsasonaLIc .stent, thu
otrh'an;! irainirigV anJ
P''-jltic i ih-jcitizcr '
Utt0rly Atidlie?ei t'
can r ; !nJ-tfni"t!i-r i;
lor any puli
; ai: lined- to a rty
'ity Tor llifi lur.
' 'iy the "hcav)
ppcar, is gons
;.uiti vh9 wiH or
cu!oiia farces of
ii ai.n.mt:n, buJJIctl i
;ito companies and
marci.c.l op'ahd Sown- hke thepp, parad6
day-, I i c K ast tfloct oT military . dscip.
lint:! Not a , !ouI can. 'even -pretend' this;
antbu p vt men, wlo h i' no mfans to spare
arc drawl ofT'from ihttr riiyls hibojytu per.
fiVtn mi''' -rg duty and'-.t rcie w ithoui xrven
a pocket h,ui(b for an c;." :iive weapon,. and
where a common stick is i!ib nearest ppruach.
ton military .equipment to'bofoundi
Tho whole S3 sictir of tninipj is'ia wicked
tax upon the pfoplo, . -iL.'h they oaht to--arouse
themselves to ' t , o'J. And" it is
not only a severe and U. I . .money tax, but
it is btill worc for its r..'-i,l corruption; for
it is notorious thai' the i Miliary talrins of
tho United Slates anefse. many signals for do-"
bauch and inimoraljty.v ''Not only docs there,
come, -bo good, whatever; bat there is a se
rious money tax and a fcuttul -moral injury
irepar'il.'y connected ;vhh ii. It js, bad ev.
o:y oy ,.and no good in ro way and we
nut vt l tint the people universal ly. discontent
d ps iliey are, do nut rajbe and put it down '
by Legislative instructions and'we will'mar.
vel, thni the good men of-tho community do
not peaks'' an -effort to relieve I os or. this
da-nerous -and.,, pernicious' system ; : The
vbiunlcer' Companies arc 'of era:urnjuse.-r-TJn;y
come up to that which the, Militia sys
tcm J.M-s. bui ridiculously and 9uiitcmptibfy
ape. The ono presents-to you tht disciplin
ed sMther) cupable afui' ready, for senico,
ThjL' othyr prcsr his you the motly :.ramufin
looking. herd, the buU of thrir ojvb jest,"ahd
the laughter of tvery looker-otv. ; NVei'o .the
training. put down, fh volunieer;eompanies
woul'd-.i ncrea.se and tho'real miliary 'resources
of the counrry beoome the stronger, besides
rcfieving ibcpoor fnin of a ' burden they
cannot1,-t'n just.co (o'lheir fatm'iesapd ouht
tiot 16 bear. .'"'. ', ' 1 '- '
( .Tho' only "Ijcncfil to be 'derive,d from 4hy
portion of tjio jsystem now, is in .o.aeriaining
n ;meriial fighting for.ee of theiconntry.
This eart be done and. every ' manns perfect.
Iy detaileJ and reg'st'f red,' as' at p'resVrit and .
when t!u( isdan'Oy all- '"accomplished -that
ihe systenvcan do. Mt n- would : be kft to
work, arid not dragged out r.s'new lo.wate
lime in a silly .sfwnw, litid it is big!) time
thnt thos!i who suffer from the resnt sys
tem, idtoulJl spealj . otit, a.nd "tmjjle' ti put.it
dnw-n! Whyt the little urchin, with hi pa
per chnpeau dnd gotlisc tq"uill pltu'me ustride
of a brouin-siirk-jldr ar charger, . -decidedly
more of n sol4'er than our gallanjt.militia men
arranged in line, -arfd sheltered , beneath the
shade of sme( old 'cptloh umbrella. Tho
one is a, sort of miniature 'soldier the oth
er is ' tn.soUn"rat nl!(. cither iri appearance
or mine. ;Ve trust the good sense of the
pfophi will take this thing up, and dqeree its
earlv and final Jdecea'se. rljtfSio.i'Siar. " -
loalh of the Old BrVit'DoeTn
I5ndr thTs' beat), the Cincinnati papers
hae editorial r.biiccs of the death of a; re
ma liable' dog of that city, well known-to life
'ofdest iirfi:ibitanl.","J Too fierakl says thaj
for'twenty years, past. he '4ias . rcsTdfJ there,
and has generally , signalized himself by al-'
tuuding with greai sobriety, ail gtand pro-
.- : - ri ' ' t ' 1 .. !.L'.il... 'Lil
cessions. tieiWas ourtcu wun uu yuuui-i
in the yard - bilonging to the Qnzetfe buu-
dins.and.U is in, contemplation; wo learn,
to rear a monument to his. memory. Mr.
Cist.in his1 Advertiser, has tht!, following
mJnco of him: , . '"''.
- One af the greatest curiosiiics of Cjncinv
nati is IeaTtllw old brown dog, wltu may be
seen at a'lmost.any hour of t lies day. in the
purlieus.of our city- post.offiea,aid as he has
not 6 od probably "neverhad any frNYuer,' mtfy
be numbered as onebKth familiirs of 'hat
establishment.; , , ' ; . ,l ,
Among tbe various succcsiiuni of ppstmas
ters-duritig ilie wfiole incumbencies of V jrke,
Taylor arnj Crawfordamidst :all th: ' prcv
side.ritiai changes of Monroe, Adams, Jack
son, Van Bureri, Harrison, Tyler and Polk,
he still holds his post . How far back lae.
made his first appearance' the oldest inhabit
ant cannot tell but I can hear of 'Several who
have known and- recoHcpt - him for twenty
vears and moc. ' DuTin tms pertl ho was
never known to follow arty individual, even
when tempted by caresses or the t-'.'r ot tou,
r" i ' xf f - ...r.trv l,A J,'ntr '-li'I'n' to Kvs bv -n r:-.J- j : 'Ji' .a l:ac a' r. - , a ; jfcr, trj sci f.i '..t Lin. lie cured- er-. . c ffwn 0
is lunre. wi i:ni a ..hv v i-in !l-"-i uutiuii ir jjw rer la.
r-v .'i'H v.':c rrt n'-'-iy nepJe-l, r&it'1. l'f" n: ! w' L- i ''ii tc.
aii'I ' '4it, lo bepcrt-injiWri ty i',jtu:'B&d: ; Ar"n,,!;' "-"""c i-fai tL- Jjjr t.J- ttb
'"w itsbjriLrnom-iaRj wcrw tl.'an uscL'-s lchange, tuhs r.ecr guilty' of J)i: ,;
ch tr.-ctf-r. i ' auho i!or of a bmafe resiJenco. Mv'frwnJ
tn fact ne nas, never occn miuwii io nwm!Siiij
food from any person, invariably refusing u
when otTered nr. his post ' ITe ba been foU
')cd by persons. 'curious to ascertain wherd
he feeds but by some - singular process cofy
irives to defeat their . purpose, by disappear
ipg the moment their eyes are turned to any
other object if but for ono mo-m.MU. - .
Ia eich successive removal ; cf- l!.c pt
r, U hnsialwnvs' gortj a4ocg', ss if con
sidering Jitinsilf n'paTt of the ctV.ihrner.t.
f rt the Put caVo follwomg the first dray K "
(1f moieablea, and remaining at the new cf..
ever since.' - . ' ', . ' ' .
He attenJs atl firemen s parades, m:....uy
processions political-mv iDCcungs. and
ive-v foneral of nolo in the city. At .the
! funeral P i"0 il 5 rea T m Tr,cmo, ? en'
1 ?f fAL lrrrtideJ on.lerlhe hearse.
ci .11 j i-1
- i.t . ,i. r. Vnvi.'fm'lv rlnu-;!?d
Kjy, lyfs hf:f h is txtenslely t kn " -vnert'l
lr'fi hiving f,iK-;r,it. oi'tKa r.,, .1 ,Tt-., f .
yn. i -c, i'i:aur-' y kicany c.Lnr- cr cui
trf i!. r, 'tf-, t- : tsiJc caVcL'Iv, 1i 3 tver
bnae residence. Mv
Rabbi Jones. vho bt:lievcs in i!ie-iransm?"ra
lion of. aVuJs, suggest j that' the spirit which
animales lifur; .was once that of a p--
vftccr a.nd on in'Ji i-Jjal of tho. mtst rjrisia. j
rniii Vr-riT - Ar-.? fr. m iit.. ...,...,1
c.r?ne t'ctnn;:. Apart trim 'the usual. ia.
Mincis;anJ rtmukableaigaci:y of dogs there
s-iinuch that ii vsterious ar i' unaceoli:
b!j i'i the hiltoi vand habits t.. Lear, a j at
only cf which ar; here stale y'.l T- ' ; :-'
. Canal across the tlm;:? of.,..
' - - ' I'aitanja. - : J
The Journal cf the Franklin Instituto con:
dcns'cs a leport on the subjict'uf a El.:p cabal
aeros tho Uilmus tF Panms, madj by Mr.
Ctnlla, aa cgiiiccr 'ei '. ou'ii sjrvey'the
ground by M. Juiz )! fc V .o Pre nek Minisle rt
The report is said to evince great prcfession-
al Ability in the cr'.necr. - We . gather the
folio wing facts ram asurn'mary okhe resus
madefy the Journal: ' . :
" I he. whole length of tho proposed ..v il,
fom its northern on the -."Atlantic- izr
Chuo-'rcjj .v ...g souther- doilet cn th
Pjn inn, ,'. miles;' ai.d the: distanco in
a straight i;. L isveen he two to r,s is 4.0
63 miles. Tiu moan level of the Pacificat
:ho terminus of the line, 9 1-2 .feet above
that of -the -Atlantic,'-" the highest - tidf a in
the former rising 2U 'feet and iri -J the latter
ouly PC inches. -
On account of the height of the ir.terven
ing ground it is said that the popular ilea
da Uiornugh-cut. ' is out of t&o question.
"Die natural "summit is ten milel from the
Pacific ocean"; and 160 abdve it. It is rfVopos.
.ed -to reduce the summit to a height of 136
feet above the sea: by a ,tunel 321 miles id
'entli and to overcome f ho' remaining eleva.
lion by means of 3G lift Jocks.. 1 8 "upon "the '
southern' a.nd 18 upon the northern , side of
uleu(I)ml:. . jiic tunnet is to dq .turoagii
rack, in the form of a Gothic arch, its
IiKlght bting 121 feet, and its extreme widths
with.a .towjngpath, C9 1-2 feet. By such a
jeduc'tion'of '.he sinnmlt it is s-hown thajt tin
ample su pply ol water ,can be co'lrjmandcd,
dad a .-ahorojigh'-cut may' be 'subsiituted for
the tunnel but at an increasetj expense. : - .
. V The tjtimttfes". are 1 made- for. a canal of
dimensious.' su'itable for ships! of 1200 Ions
burthen. 'Lock chambers a re! "to be 210 feel
foog n ijd 40 J.2 feet wide. Tlie width of the
canal titi. the ; bottom .06 feet, at the wdtcr
surface 184fcct and the dptii 23 feet. The
total cost of the work, iifcludfrij its terminal
harbors", is estimated, at about fwenty-five
iDilhons of dollars and the time .required to
complete it ten yeaKij t '',''.
Cotirtiiiff fur, tho lilllott. -
- : JLesjonJof- the Ladiet by Job Miller.
. ,tf you have j, lover; you;,must seek to
aitatU hi in to you os much as rssible;. for
this puposo you must , plan ; early rrfdrning
walks, tor the benefit of your health; forenoon
excursions, for th purpose of shopping; after
noon visits to ail the Miss .Smiths of your
acquaintance and be always at- home of even
ings sq that he can ' havo -no excuse to call
plsewherej require his attendance ' on ' all
these occasions, a beau cannSf bo licd in too
hard a knot:' If you should be so ' fortunate
as. to have:,twor luvers, you must exert all
your aria to keep both strong jn their, attach
meirtsVwfth this view you must be' particularly
gracious. Ito each when the ether.-is absent
by, a judicious equipoise ef this compensa-
tion balance, youmdy keep them p order for
a long trine, so that you may not only have
... V Oil! I-. J' 1 ' IS l WU.
one string. ,
. If one of . your admirers should become
unrulv, treat him wjth disdain and lndifferen
cel. V lf ho should be much disaflecled, prove,
the extent of you r3co;ahss hy eating tee. ctcam
with Ins rival.
" It you' have ono ndorabie, -you can' test
tno thermometer ot hiSjacirir ronby sending
him on 'various littlo , cmr, ! for you for
in.ita.nce, to cirry your -r liaie lap do
ridiMn hisarmsto the nom-L Wso-worker,
a ' iVllo 'jufT,.' to bo benefited witH a basket
tndfezle or by! requiring him to stop at Miss
Gimps tho milliner,' anJ bring home her
new French ' bonnet and' feathers, which
"nkibt be by hand can't be '. shut "up in a
baild.box.v--CarQ most be la&en not to heat
and overload him with bur Jens.
mobsv's- xyil! gel sour if .form
-"Worked." -- ' I
led at J
- Quarrel often with your ajlinircrs; it ' is so
delightful'. 'to-' iii$s aad malpe friends.1
When a lover pdp? the question, dont answer
tut Umt imrrt:;uteiy, tn tiro most grace
ful minter -t transacting ' the business: b
su: . . i . . :iv, snence siniues consent
.- : -ndi-vl h!u'-uM ta. youiwith your
,k Li. rtatlr.a, let yu'jr reply bo as
ro-iblet,a, sjl Answer turnell
avvi r.im. ,'.-. '
it voiir beau'should bo- on lho wrong si
of thirty do not foil by frequent allusions b
old bachelors, a sreemold aje, the. venerable
appearance of reverend )ears &c to apprise
bun. that you nave proper appreciation ot th
respect do to antiquated, hominitv- -t n
nocajfon'i-'ip wjirpyuu hive(an orf orfjnlty
to cr.f.'cu your ie.v;- 'liiwill . him
l.''i r ;J,"iun. of o'jr 'virtue?, as cp"n.
-.:'.s n Tpect.- If he sh' .J b? ur. ! ir twenty:
,,vou' can iT ct tic'ojM'r .ia"by
andi'whither. : he considers ' hoopr 'a healthy
game. AH persons V.) o to b thought yoyng,'
and the veld int'you:h eai.-t bat appreciate
any complim1-'.. to greaUWts. -f
If VoJtl.iiik tliore i- tho femillcU'pirticle
of 1 )VJ in youf aJ.i.irir's baom, ifju cannqt
bi indtlit to show it by gerJe mcanyou
.,, ... .1:-'' i I I
u-caJ:ri it t & c?ert:m j,in. acu vu i-j
ui";-uV,bul if hia empty purso is as fv'l
&t -iioT is ,a, scive, )c assured that bU
aflectio .i will not 'IboIJ water.VTf.7--
,., '.-'- ' i : .
Tlscliillucucc of IlnMt
Ha:,' u iacotnnior.ty sniJ, h n second ra.
lurea- I tl-.re ta r.-.ush trui'i tat!.? horUm,
for by, halit 'all ir primary iles may be
Jlrij-ngtheued or ccucteractei' , It 3 by hab.'
it th-tt t!; plate can t fcrovj!.t toi tt'lTihi
s'jch.uaueous'Subttancps a tol icco, oreven
e trnio'oiJ, whicb is ono of th ? Greenhnd.
chief lurtriesttd. the i:orul aiiJ inte!. !
lectaal tastes are c'-jile as combUuIv - undvr
. i i ' 'n'-i
its control as me pnysical ones.- iititever
act,, whether good or taJ ij done c.., is
easier done a second lime, whereby an addi
tional jncentiVe is given to the doing of.it
again, and the 'continual repetition pfthe.
practice so ! interweaves it ith bur nature
as to maka ira part of our bcingi There is-
nothing respcctipg nhich your-: persons
ought to be more viguent. tin of the habits
they .may acquire, and before yielding to
any propar.sity ihey shohld put'46 lrem.sclvcs,
t!,.r quesuco "De l wish it to become inyet
cfate11 If i)ot, i esista.nce .should be made
at the moment, for it is then easier and rh.ore
sure tfidhiit'can bo after the propensity has
once more been, confirmed.and strengthened
by a further 'gratification." Every iiew s in.
dulgence st'rcpgihon those bonds by which
the soul i held enslaitd, and hbw Cah: its
deliver: ace bo lioptd for after its fettcs hare
been rrAde len-fold 'fctropger,' if even et the
present moment it is atmoit too hard to nc
corrplish?. There, is no delusion " rnqre-im.
rnincnl or more fatal, than the idea that Wq
Can shake oQ, our evil habits when we please
thai wo can :,,ce8sa ire do evil and learn 'to
do well," by merely willing it,, and that we
can dally for a season with the Vanitiestf th
world rM then'distniss thrmVas though ihey
had netr been . taste'd. Tlvs . vain cdnfi-
dence in our strength has b6en the1 Vain-off
thousand, , a,nd the best way 4for a man to
assure himself of -his , weakness is td wage
immediate war upoa the habits to which he is
addicted..; He will then find wiih' what diffi
culty tKe victory must he won; and whether
hp fails or. suceepds,' he wilt, at least, cure
himself of tKe . infatuation that his -w Ul is "the
only power that sways his ac:' ns
Ah Insinuation, gentleman and his
Iad'v were, -several years ago, crossing' Ruth.
erford creek,. in this coun'.y, ' and the creekj
being considerably swollen, scpt; the jcar.
riace below the. ford ir and creatlv endanfrered'
aheitrvs of .the husband and wift the bus-
band gallantly scramble up the bank and
sianauifj mere wringing bis nanns, cneuto h
goor rhig citizen of this county, in 'most
niicous louts. , Ukiu i ici, inv wno urown,
for God s sake, don t let my , wife drawn V
rhe W hii plunsctl into the creek and rescu.
pd the lady, t Wonder - if our gallant Pre9i.
dent recollects anything fef hjs affair.
's Brilliant liridal. ;A London correspon
dent pf lhe-Bislon TraviHer savs that; git:at
preparations "have bcen'made in It'ussia for
the forthcoming nuptials of the Duchess
Qiga", daughter of the Emperor,- andthe
Hereditary Prince .of the Wirtembefp;. .-This
ceremony will surpass" in magnificence? any
thing of the kind that has taken place in liu.
rope in mouern times. ine uucness viiga
is represcntca os a very, ocauiiuii'woman,
and surpassed in personal appearance by none
of the Princesses, of 'Europe, A series of
grand fetes will be given, and . continued' for
inree oays. - .ine inprcs3 01 ivusam. win uc
present, and. join the .throng pf crowned
he.ads. I hese, fetes . wiri take place vat the
Lmperor s 'summer pajacei.and . garden at
peterhofT, on tae borders of llws 'Eulfv'and two
hours drive from St. Petersburg!!.. vThey
wui be the mosi orUiiant and expensiycever
got up iri burope. Ihe artists of egery na
tion have for a .long-time been employed to
contnbute.their nandicratt or talents to,ren-.'
der every thing unequalled in noJern times.
It is supposed that , amongst the entertain."
mentsihere will be a gand review of fifly
thousand men. Every' regiment, of. cavalry
win nave n.uuiervni coioreu norso, nou-uvery
horso in tech. regiment,, even to a spot will
bo alike. . t!jh a military display, it is Said
cannot be cqu .!.d in'tho'worlJ.'V
. Imiijetisc natural Kcchfve. . 1
In a cavern, on. the ri'ghr. bank 6Y. le Col'.
oradp, about seven miles from 'Austin, Texn
there is an immense hive of wild bees,, . Pn
a warm day a ' dark streani of bebs rnay be
seen constantly winding outfrom the "cavern
like a long, dark, wreath of srnoke. the
stream; often dppears one or two fett ia diam
eter nir the cliff, and graduallyTrqsd c I
Kt-rt rn rr r . jiirifT 'll-itr'n' anrt ll inn,r r. t 1 i
UAll, 1 U 1 llj HIIUIJ.I.Ullu i
distance' from the cavern,' until it t" , ars.
The namber of bees. In this civ r.i iriUstTbe
incalculably great,' probably greater, than the"
number in a thousand-or ten thousand ordi
nary Lives.', Tire 'oldest s. it leys' say that. the
jdve was there when they UrM arrived in the
country; and it is qj"ue prjib!e that it existed"
fo the Sims' stat ? xnmy ytsrs previous to the
settlement of - His .country.. ' It. is estimated
llmt ihre arV mir ions nf honey and. wax
in. this immensg hive; anJ if its contents cotifd
beex.r : lid readily, ihby would -ubilvjss
bo fouLl far-more, valin! than theonients
of .any silver or old rr;.-.a .thaiadventurers
have t'Jcn sskif; for vears'in that seclio'tli
' A Ia: r- te Hero. '
A corrpon ,l at NewOrle'ans, who fti
lou.'sto the -Ai i.i , IA snt the.Philadel; Ci i
Ledger a-lt'.t-r deu".ing .the exploits tT a
.you:. UilawAninr named bamuel r.Cham
hers, wh3, ii irrmi,' was the "brother in
arms"' -of the wrher." Chambers j iioei the
rmy ai'rpus vnrisii, anu went wi Vyipi.
Walters Tex is Ringor'stn'the'Rip Grande
On the first of May, .when Walker mide the
deepen. attempt to cut his way' through to
Taylor "s camp for the purpose cf oneninx lte
cotnrnjnica'aon, Chum'jer was .one of the
t' 5 i si tr.in that rtltim-A t
t.tcrs dij lie', adtniru fh il:ccri".
ctAl ftppSiei to Capu M,y for a place in
is company. in. tl? exprclcd battles' tin - ihW
S v.t Sib. 1 1 he application was granted.
tb Mexican battery hi thcf.arc. ! ile was
found alter U'.e taitio, hitT i
by ho side of one oft!
J hi hire
r.ts siiQtiiJer ciiloc-lcd cmi mh brui?f.d.
ani tr,:ircly insensibri;. lie us n moved
from i!jq ficJU, and hss tfnee rrcoerud ironi
his -.injuries; Tho writer of j!.o letter says
Ins tomradesliavp given htm the mma of the
.,11 ' ' n "' ' . .
"Hero of Delaware.1? ' Some of ihoso" who
osercd his conduct curing the batile,'ys
he fought os if he' : ended "wiih hs- sing'e
arm ip put to C '..t the whole Mexican army.
Wrrti bis sabre, in one hand, he assaulted, ihe
men to charg.i of th b-ntery, od -i:li the
othr ho discharged U? p;sto!j fa I heir foces.
Threa bayonet wounds thro' the body, which
,'he jeccived, show bovv desperate the contest
was, and ho.w gallantly he stood his ground;
The faiber- of this young beru was named
Isaac Chambers. He resided io the Siatu of
Delaware t and has aba lived in Philadelphia
His mother lives, at prc;?nt tfi Wtlraing'.oii,
il is'bchVved, andtli2 ohjecl.of th'a kitcris
to acquaint tho latter of her sonV safety. Sue-,
cess to. him, and may his calla'ntry win for
h,im more substantial honorsithaa the admira
tion or bts coir.rades.
" A Jlouey .Ejiggcr. , s .
An inquisitivie Yankee,' seeing a iaborer
emptoyod in digging 90 o retired putf inquir
cd wh-ti ha-was digging for.
. "I am diggiog lor moneyl1 was tlie-rcpljf.
The fict of course w;ns duly and prompiiy
heralded to the curfous' in such jnatters, and
the money digger was fjs'ited byhiee Of fyur
credulous , fellow., wq'en the following dia.
logueensuod: ' r ,.'!!
Visitors We are told that you are di'Wn'
for money 7 r .. ,
Laborer Well I aint digging fos "any
thing else, and if yon arc 'wise you had belter
take hold also. . - " t I T
,'. Visitors Have you any luck? 5 '
Laborers-First. rate Ifick. It pays weli.'
'.. No sooner, said than done: the four felfows,
thaking the'generouj delyer for givingTthim
an invitation to share in his golden prospects,
off coats, ar.d went tq woik in good earnest,
throwing out many "loads of earth, till -at
ln-ngtn anting very tired, tho following collo
quy took place: ' " 1 -!;
VisitorsWhen, did yuu cet anv monevi
;Laborer Saturday night, . - ; . ?"
Vlaifors How much? - "
X-aborerl.Four dollars and a half. "T '
Visitors That's rather small business. '
Laborer Its bretlv well; .six shillings a
day is fAe regular jirice for digging cellars, alt
orer town; . . ;
Tne visiting loafers dropped spades and
vanished, ;; quite put cut with the man who
dugjrhoney at the rate of six shillings a day!
1 'I r& 0't-' - 1 . . fc':i
. - Rather a Bile. Some years ago when all
(ihe world were mad unon lotteries, the cook
bf'a midJIo-aged1 gentleman drew from his
hnds the'savings of soirie years. . He-rmas-ler
furious to know the cause, learned that
she had repeatedly , dreamed that a certnjn'
number was a great prize, and she haJ bou'hl
"it. : He called her a fool for her pains,' and
never omitted ah occasion lo -tease her upon
the subject. ' One day, however, the. master
saw in a ncwipapcr, oratiis bookseller's in
;the country tfiwn, that the number was nct.u-
ally a JL20,000 prize. Cooki3 .called' up; a
palaver ensues--had khown each other many
years, loth' to patt, fcc; in ihortlie proposes
and, is accepted, but insiijs on marriago being
Celebrated the next, morning.' Married 4hey
were and as tho carriage'took them fromXhe
church, they enjoyed khe followinir dialocue:
Well,;Molly twa happy events Jn one
day.' You hdve married, I trust u good hus
band, lou have something else but' first
let me ask you where you have locked up
your" 'lottery ticket?" , - . " i
- Molly, .who 'thought that licr mister was
IrXnly bantering her upon the tld point, cried,
r'DonVye say ;- no more about it. I thought
how it would bo and that I sttould never hear
the ehd on't; so I sold- il to ihe baker of our
village for. a guToea profit; a you need never
be angry with me, again about ihat.1 iZng.
iish Faper. ' ' ' .
-' Froniout CorretM)ndetit. " , '
4 ' - Office ol the Georgian, )
- SAVANNAH,' AUGUST 67 P. M-
A RotbersrOne . Killed We understand
from: q gentleman, arrived on Wednesday
morning from MaCon, that two 'men, "ope
named Jacobs, and the rher Robertson, were
j overhaeledf nt.ar La Grangy, in this State,
; -3scd to ba conpectcd with recent ,rob
r.es oeT several plant at iuns. " Ji'cobs tefos.
td to be taken, and making some resistance
was shot.-1 licbertson (who went by the name
of Dr' Robertson' was taken, and passed
through Macon on Wednesday last, iacb-aree
of hrs enptors. on his way to Sparta, having
cnmmil''d sorAepffoncc in Hancock coiiuty.
We understand a number of burglar' instru
ments wero found on "them, and about
in cash. Their -.'plan of operation was this-,
as we understand, thev wou d slop at nignii
. . - i - . i.
. - :,- ' -. , - , i y
at s. .jo wealthy planterT' house, aod during
their stay oiler largtf bilis-to be cmngea, anu
if ihey discovered money about.ine premises,
lh wmitrl "rnh it and decamp.: . From.whal
we could learnthey have been very success
Yul in their operations. " .
' S'I sayi misierwhaiVWler to dayP1:
Whv butter, certiinlv,, - r . 1
f Well.1 I'm darn'd glad, of it. for the fast
pound, 1 Jaought from you -was more. than
half tallow.' - , - ; '
' - How la keep of ihe Mnsqulloes r-hi nonh
rn nnrver xecoenmends - its .teaders to ' feed
musouilicsoiKsujnr. Ono ihovul full of su
irir. he sas will satrly a room full of rnus
ouitoe. He' recornrrend lhat the sugar be
burned id . the - roc,;i ' i.. the pre-nce, ojf ih
banqueters. r . " -' -
TLe Not folk' Ijjacon 1 ? ll.ts foriowinz
feccc-:.t t.1' r;j rroe'ceJirvM i : CJ"Pwiut Com '-
1 . in T"l . rt ,1 1 1" ,i ' . i 1 t f . . - .- y.,: " - :: .! -. -" .' - :. !:: ., . - -: . -: ; - .r .-
( Tf.,' i i(" tie X-.rj Deacon '.
Old Poim, Aogust 3rd, 18io
- ii.t- '..'...1l . .t .'-. .
ti ' -on injur mi3 uiurifin 11 z.Kimfi - '
w&i.oeuvsi'but Geul.-G.' nut Vi irg ; in- irc-' --
adiuess, t!;e Qourt indulged hiio until half.; ' "-;
pajjl 12 t?clockat wh!i:li hour, in ebtdjenee
(oils summons, the General nndo h: p- . ' ?
p'eaii:.C3 acco-r-3nitd by his nil, in.
0a Ji.ilescn'cf 'I Ion. J. C Cu I: i. '
TbjpKtceedings cf the fotl Jay hati " ' . ' ;
read, lien ii to n.- i,n i.. t....it,..
? --. mi j t r J ' ' 1 i v
delay occasioned ta the Ciurt, - rcmarkiVj O';
that his eTort had been no; to see how irnny , V .
pages hocftuld prepare in his justification . - - ,
out r.owiewr' Wuhihn apology he proceed.." v
- I to tcmalrk "that.i; had U-en hi puipe -lopresciitaa
tlaburate itttr iirnt cf ell a .
factsand 1,'ics involve J in ibis investigntfon,
.and io ir.voke tcstir.toney of tlsG most di.fi!n-t
guiiheJ Character froei Lauisiani and other , - '
placi.s, in!,bis justification but thai ho had ;"
changed' Jiis purpo,scj in that patticufor.-.V
That in th slips he had tikcn in rtfoterCu a -to
this whole muter, l.e hid sou -lit and ht-li-.'
conference itli many ' oX h-i mo-t prominent . .
and dtingti'sl.cJ men of the South aivlho '
avowed t! ;l in. sn ( "cial intTcourse-wf l' "
j arsuuraiiop, amid his bist efforts to dif iid -
the cb'jt-try promptly and ry suslairxd r - . .
they hid been, he never hid nict a. more 1 " -
cordial co-operation than in the present in.- , " '
stance That being in the affice of tho Gov. ; . -'
ernor of La. juit a fewr-minuiesafter the rccep ;
tiofl of Gpn'li. Ta l.r tfnnrl ihut funnlim ' '. ..." -.i.:
ry promptIyxj'.nmunicated with the Legisla ...
lure, who immediately ' appropriated G00V
00t),,n rjd ordered 00,001) volunteers 'to bu " ' ' 1
raised. ' That such ' a Governor and sucJi
a Legiahture, inspired 4y ll.e recollections
of the , last war, "were" fit nnd lippropriate
persons los pu the b-ill in mollonl. , . '. ;
Ine being cordially aided i br him and ,
them in his efforts to raiso and organize tho
regiments proposed by htm it was his in. . 1
tention . to prepare, os already ttaiedi 81 ' '
elaborate juijiificntion, and lo iatroduco il.j - " '
uuvernor upu upgtaiuro as wnnesse. Luj -remembering
that he-had with him the vote' . ".
ol thanks ot;.the Lcgislat :rer cummunicated ' 1 " '
bv the Governor, he r' 1 1 red such ffurt i
wnoiiy unnoce8Sary. -: Ai this instance, tho
tOj-:.whtch resolutions (although in a printtd . ' J
- - IV...IIUU IIUIIUIJIIIU I wifllvu . . 1- 8-
lorm,) wfouid bo avowed by the Governor, and .-
Legislature fthey were present, but not being ..
present, if their L'enuinenMa wrrn miPkiirynn
u uj mc lui t, nc nau in ma possession . i. 1
orlatnul manuscript convmunicatLd Uv thoG.1 ,
crnor,' and which he would take especial plev
ure in exniuung o ma court, lia vtog i stalt
his conduct Jwas approved by the'LegUlutut
pf LouisianBfaod thousand- of the must Intel t
igent Citizens of the South, he remarked ."thti"
he would now ia nhe' mosicont i e . mann r
possible revprl to the orcun encel which t an
pircd afterh is leaving U. Orleans. That having
received sniorder from the President of tho
UNS. on thi ',10th June" lorrpott himselfjin.
Wikhingtorihe accordingly oa the' Dfxrdav .
embarked tijuther, via Mobile, " where ho had
duties to. dischargi!, ifec. That on his arrival .
bers and notified (ihat two regiments which
had been fofnied, 6ic. were in a slate of -dis.
order, in Consequence of being 'commanded i
t it- 1 r - .
oy onicers ci equal grace, neither one Conce
ding lho superiority of tho other, and bc'ng jn
formed by lieGov. that some steps mlisij be
taken to' remedy the evil ho appointedj Geiii
VVg Smi'.h; the Brigdicr General to lake! coiuj '
mand-of the twb regiments. Gen. Snlitlij ho ' .
knew well; and knew him to be a talented and
meritoriousj officer. That hc-p'erforme-d
duly without delay. That he had a right .In
perform if. not being under arrcs:, hit $wb:d
not having been .taken a way!" . 'I 4
'.It was-.true' that he .had been tolil,'iliat
Gen. Brooke was to'take the command but ; j
Gen.Brooke was "one thousand miHes oft- -. ,
He did it upon the principle of meeting, an -enemy
Jii was bbout to attack the tilyj if
tho city were attached, . notwithstanding his
orders lo'gjo to Washington, he had but one
course to pursue, and that was to -meet tho
e-jnemy andjbeat him and save the ciiy. up-
C. - J 1 I. .I"-. -'J
pose ne were to aoanaon me city. 1 1 its me;
and assignjas the rea.sorr that he bad orders' to ,
go lo VVeshingtpti would he. not bo running
avray fromdutyrfand incur; thereby disg'raceJ
Could ha quit Mobile under such circurrjsian. .
ces, especially when it was in his pewer to
say to a suflablcofficcr, take tho 'command
correct the disorder aad proceed to.thaspat -
ol war wh(e your services are needed; io
his md, who acted as Ass t Adj l Lenera, bo
would refer for a fujl corroboration ul thi - -
wnoie matter 1 , - .
Hft rpmarker'lhat be was tfeactl.' as :l ' '
was in hia'power', to save the Court nrjd iiiin
self the trouble of iheir hearing read
twenty1 pages which te had written to 'allow .
what he designed to substantiate by the wit.
nesses froim New Orleans, as he found r-n
extract in the printed Document which saved
ifiom nrift Kim I h flri'ilV cif rrrilniT ntr ihnt -
grourid-i-ihat , Document was a letter fro r
Washington, dated. War IJepartmeut, 29ih,
Aygust, 1845-7-iri which the -, statem'tiht- is .
made, . ,'i'ha't requisitkrns for tnwps opoti the" -Governors
of"lhe aeveraL States ar. Veiled
i iU rji,f...i . ,;,ri i i rJ
Ill ri.9iuiui, nu ivoijiucu aiuliU lit
him, except 'ir. two or t'irec ppec'.fic jraes'
esses ui witicli- the erwer'nrv ' I iT-it
be great, the peril imminent lo the country.1
That bis requisition for troops was in accord.
ance wim ine principle msciosed that Gen,
Taylor arid his army was inf circumstances .
of extreme! peril and Imminent danyer-Uw as "
m r .a.i i.t v . e J
a. iaki wt paipauia iu i coniroTcrica--ii
tactwnicn can be' attested by thousands of
our post intelligent - citizens, both in. Louisi
ana and Texas and a fact, believed by th
rresidentrnmstlf, and by the National Con...
gressyas'is chjfarly decible from ihe prrrnpt
Dieasury Jrecommcnded by hfnii and by them
adopted 's goon ft.s General-Taylor's txi.
gencies were Known.' Having great treason
to oppreliend that by"; a delay of ten dayo ,
even, Tailor Bud his army might beJ cutofT
by the Mexican reinforcements the emer. -gemy
contemplated by the War Department
actually e'xifed, and ahhoifgh be did qol make
twonl!'cs3,"d'V , ;