L-nl.j tti.-tttl Lj th: i.Wi.'y tf the same,
'I h it it sh.tll In- lawful t.r any iiumlwr ! per
unt, tiotss limn ten, in uny county in tbi
State, to associate loj-fiber and lotm a county
society to encourage and ptouiote agiicuhtrre,
domestic nmuuliicture, snd ..tbo mechanic ail
therein, and any sres; twH-wbaw'OTjiaitlseJ
according to Ibe provisions of ibis act, shall
bar all lha power of a corporation or uouy
poliiic, and ma sou and JMfmwmauai
--l.nniledi-a: .ro.ecuta and defend ,u final f
judgment and e lecuiiorj. In ...ay. court of law
or equity, or other fnuunai navwg jufiaoicuun
of the sum in dispute, and may purchase and
holdall ibe real and persunal estate, wbich
shall la neeessary to bef promote tba object
of said association, and which estate abali be
exclusively devoted to tuc-b object.. , '
8kc '4T Be il further enacted. That such so"
cictj shall be formed by written articles ol as
rawtW-aebtriibpd-tf'aV imemhnt t her ;
specifying Ibe object ul said sociely, and the
condition on whirb the aubscribers tball be
come jmembers thereof, and ibe first hireling
aball be notified and held in ibe manuef Jis
scribed in ibe ani.le id association. 'I'hejf
may adopt a consulate name either in the oii
giual ariiele if.ocieiii, or by vole at the
tf rait meetiii? njereof, in which uch society
hall be- organized, and may at any meeting
adopt a corporate eal, and alter the same ai
Sec. 3- Be it further enacted, 1 hat such
societies, not eteeediiig one in each c.iuniy,
aball be organized by appointing a president.
Iwe vice preiident. secrelMj and treasu.er,
and such otheroflkers a they may deem pro
per, lo be chosen annually, and io hold ibeir
"tac untjt others" it apjiottiTetfr""-
Sec, 4, Be it further enacted. Thai when
any such ocieiie are organized a aloretaid,
Ibej shall have power lo adopt all surb by la ws,
rules, and regulatiou a they shall judge ne
cfssary and eipedieot to promote the objects
tbeteot, not inconsistent with ihe. laws of this
Slate or of the Uni'ed Stales.
"Sect 5. Be it further enacted. That it shall
It lha duty of the secrelaiy or clerk of uch
society, lo keep fair recoid of ibe proceeding
of lha same in a book provided lor that purpose,
and aura book may be read in evidence in any
sail in which the raid corporation i concerned.
8ec. 6. Be it further enacted. That, when it
aball be made to appear to lha saiislaclion of
lb treasurer fcf'lbis State, by the reitiucalo.
under ealtof fe clerk of thecouil ol pleas and
quarter sesinn, that any such wicleij is duly
ergaaixed in ny county according lo the pro.
visions of ibis act, u shall be lb duty of the
Measurer aloreaid, to pay annually loth treat
wrer ol eery ucb tociely so organized as afore
said, or lo hi order, on application made there,
lor, ibe sum ol fifty dollars: Provided, never
theless, ibal no such tociaiy shall draw oul ol
lb treasury of ibe S ale, as. aloreaid. in any
year, until H shall be ma Jo lurther lo appear,
lolb salufactiuu o( ibe treaturer thereof, that
there shall have been subscribed and paid into
lb treasury oi snrh society, lor lb sole ue
and leuefit theirol. for the year iuqurition, the
lib siim of fifty dollar.
.Sec. 1. Be it further enacted, That all mon.
cya.vaAttbsriba.oaf-.'-eU ,Dl ceied.
" from thaT State treasury as berefh t prodded; ihalt
; aAer paying ihe neceary incidental eipene
of social y, respectively, ba annually paid oul
for premium swarded by such eocieiies, in
such sums and in urh way and manner a tbey
seterally, under their "by law, rules And fegu
lations, shall direct, on such live animal, arti
eU of production, and agricultural iinplemeni
and tool, dome.iic manuiactures, mechanical
implement and tools, domestic manuiactures,
mecbauical implemenl and production, are
' ol lb growth snd manufacture of ihe county,
and also on such experiments, discoveries, or
aliaraaMtnl in aeientific or practical agricuU
lure, as are made within ibe county where such
societies ara -ref-BitJy -orgaaiaf-d.
... Qxc; t-Bt it further enacted, That each
agricultural society, entitled to receive money
from lbeVe treasury, shall, through il trea
surer, trittriiit to-ihe--Treasurer of ihe Stale
la the m'th of December or before, a state
ment of ibe money o receiree from the mrm
bers "of i ""s'ieieiy fur ibe precedtng-yeaera
slatemof the etjiendituie ol all sum, and
the nu,f r of the members ol said society.
agriculf socieiy, receiving money from the
State as aloreaid, fhalj, in each year, publish
al their wen eipense a full sfaWmeni ol llielr
efpeiiinenTs and improvrmeni and report of
ibeir committer, in at leant one newspaper pub
lished in thi Stale; and evidence that the re
quirement of lhi act have been complied with,
ball be furnished to tke State treasurer, lie lore
b shall nay over lo such soei'ty the said sum
of fifty dollars for the benefit f such society
for ibe nail-year.
Read three innes and ratified in General
-"AssemWy tbir STihsyroF Deeembef, AD:
Tbe'Journal of Commerce is advising Mer.
. chants' Clerks to lake more interest in public
. . , . r. i .t, I
bale, In which the important poln.cal sut(ject.
of Ibe day may be discussed, considered, and
determined so lac a their role,, aod . influence
ge. Il Jsays ; . . . , J
Lei oor yongfrienrestsbTieTrnsiu
tullons for iuslruclion, for debate, pure friend
hipwfor cultivation in what i noble and hon
orable. Establish many of Ihem. Let the
vices of young men be deluded from ihem.
A body of merchants will thus grow up to con
fer fame and bono, on ihe name, lo spread lar
and wide it virtues a body that may be relied
on I rescue the city in wbifh ibey live from
the bands of rapacious cormorant, and drive
Ihem into privacy and obloquy. We. shall be
happy aid our young men,' in the formation
of these institutions, by any information we have
of Ibeir rules and prsctical operation. The work
which we would advise ihem to read, as a prep
aralion for discussion, is ihe Federalist, written
by Hamilton, Jr, snd Madison a work which
give a belter idea of ibis Government, and of
all Government, than any other which the Ian
vaac boasts, li may not only be read, but
. . . , e . r I. ...LfJ;
h IreloogS IO inai ;ia,oi a lew uooas wsicu
I nil. - , i i
di.il fctir j-ott- i tifXt .'-.: W t.t .(- -s
the inauguration of the Chief Magistrate
to whom a majority of our. people have
decided to confide the direction, of .their
national affajra for the ensuing foar years.
We were, for what seemed to us sufficient
reasons, onnosod to this decision, we
iMil nnr (niu ao-nlnst It. but OUT OPpr I
gitihoogh corhhrnud with thai t mo
no we r fu 1 four n K 1 a 4 h J e ml ne n t individual
talents, was ineflectual. Wewere Ue.
feated, bnl we have proudly remembered
that, unsuccessful as hevwnX; the onhlem
Ished plume of our Wader In the contest
wai never soiled by recreancy to bis post,
however perilous, nor dimmed by an un
But let these things pass. We recall
tbenrfit n tones of bitterness, for we do
not regard our failure as humiliating.
We prefer to act ns we feel, in the spirit
of Ihe ancient patriot who. whei Informed
of a sfmiUr reaolt, simply expressed his
gladness that Sparta bad a nobler son
than he. If the people have preferred to
our candidate another citizen, let us all
acquiesce in it. as we know the gallnnt
Gen. Scott has dono from its announce
ment, and let us prepare teyeceive. and
iiTno lactious temper judgetiyil"678.
the incoming President. Let him be wel
come ; welcome for the respect due to a
nation's choice ; welcome for the proprie
ty of conduct which, we do not hesitate
tn sat- ka characterized him since he has
I t ' :
before the public eye ; and welcome from
that feeling of generositv which should
leach us to eztend a hand to a stranger
in an untried and difficult position. In
the days of chivalry the true knight did
not less firmly prize his lance, or aim less
hearty blows at the breast of his antago
nist, that he had on the eve of the contest
assisted him in offices of gentle courtesy.
If others leel impelled to a predetermined
condemnation of Mr. Fillmobk's successor,
we shall not join ihem. He will be placed
already in a sufficiently emharrassing at
titude. following' immediately as he will
a gentleman who has not only augment
ed a reputation previously pure and high
throughout the country, but who bns en
deared himself to his associate's' Tn the
Government, and in an especial manner
to the citizens of this metropolis.
Mr. Fillmore needs not the flourish of
our praise, nor have we habitually sought
for expressions of respect and approbation
for his acts or bis character. Had we
sought for them. I hey were prepared tp
our hand In the teeming tributes of ad
miration found jn the columns. of every
respectable and unbiased journal in our
land. But he needed them not
" Good actions crown themselves with lasting bay ;
" Who well deserve needs not another'a praise."
. And we neer have known any one in
authority who weme to aei from a more
inspiring motive of duty than he. With se
rene determination he met each arduous
question as it rose, and public applause fol
lowed his acts as a consequence, not as
impelling them. He never faltered, was
never embarrassed, seemingly at least ;
and one would have thought that he had
only easy duties to perform. Though a
homely comparison, we may say that we
have been reminded of him WheTri we
have witnessed the smooth wording of a
powerful.engine, which with, equal ease
and grace crushed a mass of Iron or brok
the shell of a filbert. '
While he was, in the mmdTan oFfaia
thority, we have often repressed the lan
guage of praise from reasons of taste and
propriety. But bow that he departs from
us to the private life which be will grace,
and with the cheerful dignity of self-approbation,
we think fit to express our ad
miration of his career; and of bis firm
and nqlde bearing ns our Chief
and we feel confident that we' but ex
press the geneHff sentiment of ihe citizens
of Washington in bearing testimony to
ibe uniform courtesy and frankness which
have adorned his less official intercourse
here with those who have desired access
16 him. His patriotic and respected suc
cessor will find in his prudent and wise
footsteps the path of safety and honor.
Nat. Intelligencer, March 3.
Democratic Centure of Ihe House. A very
irramTnary ariicla appeared: a Jew day .since
nal in lha interests of Young America. We
have been requested lo trausler il to our col
umns, but mint decline it at present. It must
wn.cn we rerer
contains many truths which the people ought in
lo xU cnfrcynA cUrarter
oj )jr r,pregenlatives. We cannol but think.
loWcver .that man of the Examiner's slate.
ment are bichly colored, if not o unerly t t
STgge rsted'a 'tfltKVtftffo&Wyrtrvmtideiirv'-i'r-'
consideration. A lo ihe private pursuits of
member ol Congress, we are not aware lha
the pre bas auy right lo interfere with them,
more than with the private pursuits of any oth
er class ol men. The community are interest
ed in ihem only o far a they rosy be supposed
to affect public conduct.
There is no doubt ibal a lemenlable deca
dence may be observed in ibe manner and mo
rals of ibe House of Representatives. There
is no doubt Ibat il is 10 this that we may justly
attribute the waste of 'lime upon trifles the most
Insignificant, w ibe neglect ol important pub
Members who are unwilling lo- apply them
selves lo Ihe study ol public measures are al
ways ready lo spend a session in calling for
the jets and nays. Il enable ibem to con
cesl their lack ol attention and ability from
their constituent. Men can answer lo their
name who bav no capacity for understanding
WaadrHereoeri , w it l.e? tO-.op-.iihs.is ororerdunrs at leasl oiunldakLieai. .-. , br.?mPte
--'- 1 .v- !i ii.- a uv -. - i t r" r- ... i
a jKirt :
Kanaivua Salines. Sunday, Feb. 13.
IJEAR : Our Valley was thrown in -
lo a considerable excitement yesterday
and to day. b' the discovery of A very sin
eular murder. nerpetrated.fe w. miles
above us It seems tbat a man bythei
name ot otrognin, oweu one- jwunnea -
evening, (last Friday) for set tie men t.
Stroghtn ieTTMs 7w6r k" In. ther evening
and went lo Homines house. , telling
bis companion that he was going to settle
wjth IL Since then be had not been seen
or heard of until his friends, becoming
alarmed at his sudden exit, commenced
search, finally entered R. house, and.
a a t -.ll " I. 1 ..
be concealed, and found nothing, until one
of them thinking probably of the notorious
VVebslercase, commenced scraping in the
ashes, and to his surprise, found several
human teeth and the -cheekbone, also,
part of the flesh, supposed to be that ol
the man, which bad run in to a crevice in
the fire place partly roasted. It was a
very large fire place, five feet long. It
is known that R. had nearly a cord of
rine knots at his htguae which it seems are
all burnt up, - He was immediately ar
rested and committeoTTo Jail on Sunday.
He exercised more ingenuity thau Web
ster did in disposing of the body. The
few bones that are found will be ditticuit
identify as th'sg of .A mariiriHnJJieit
Icined Mate. His trial will be very in
teresting if further derelopments are not
THE RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
We learn that an accident occured to
a freight train on the South Carolina Rail
road yesterday evening, near Fort Alotte,
about 90 miles from Charleston, invol
ving a considerable loss of property.
The tenth car, about 20 feel from the on
trine on the train, was discovered to be on
tire, and before it could be checked, com
municated lo six platform cars which, to
gether with the contents, about 500 bales
of cotton, were totally destroyed. The
heat was so intense as to melt ibe wheels
and rails together, injuring aconaidera
bla portion of the road, so as to delay ihe
arrival of the Columbia train, until 6j p
Look out for Counterfeits. AVe receive lei
ters almost every day, Irom different sections of
the country, staling that there are individuals
traveling through the State, pretending lo be
horse irsders, but who m fact are engaged fn
passing counterfeit money, Thu far they have
succeeded in imposing on ihe unspeciing peo
pie a considerable amounl pf spurious currency,
mostly of the denomination of fifty dollar notes
on ibe Maine and Fire Insurance Bank of ihe
State of tieorgia. Against this kind of money
.we warned our. readera a week orrwer ago;;
We now give them another wsrning. The
itinersnl swindler engsged in this business
when i Ley find that the community are appris
ed ol their passing counterfeit bills on one bank,
and Ihs1 publifi artention is directed to Ibe.
kind detected, will foilhwilh commence issuing
the spurious1 bills of another institution, andput
in circulation thousand of dollar without be
ing suspected. Here is the gieal ar.tl real dun
ger at thi lime.
Columbus Enquirer, 1st Inst.
: DistBKSsine Occcainsscn a whole Fa
ilt Bubsieu TO DkaTii. & pain a to learn
that ol Saturday nighi. ihe 19h oil., the house
..f a Mr. Siognar, livinug near Hailey'e Ferry,
in Richmond county was consumed by fire, to
gether with Mr, Stogner, hi wile aud their two
iii -ft- i . ...rt..n. A.H
enmireo. srawo w. v. "Tl
The remain, ol the ui.loUu4.aie family
ther "alter the house was Con
sumed. N. C. Argus.
Tub Idiot and nia Motheb. Rarely have
w read I piragii)h so iflettingll' thi,' which
we copy from b Ulster (Ireland) Gazettes
ere rettoH , ne.e,,.Bl .m.,
ol Down, a poor idiol, who, mother died and
was b iried, aDout nve weeas ago, u oijim
find Churchyard. The belples lad was evi.
dently deeply affected by ihe jus he had sus
tained, and, last week, conceiving that his fond
parent had not been interred as she ought to
have been, and lhal her body was floating in
water under the soil, he proceeded with a
wheelbarrow and spade- to ihe grave, disinter-
d Ihe ;reminT-ad carried them away.. The
i operation wnneiicu inrrai m.gn
- - . - a - -y .-s .aw
who, when ihey attempted lo interfere, were
obliged to wlthHraw. lhe idiot threatening ibeir
some interest in ihe tiody, and were resolved at
all hazard lo obtain it. The parlies in ques.
linn, finding ibey were unable lo restrain bim,
gave immediate information to the police, and
i a hm-Mi'mn ibe unforiudale idiot,: who bad
the coffin placed on a wheelbarrow, and was
TrnTusway wlinTTio ibJeountiins, wat ir
rested, and was obliged lo return. He was
subsequently allowed, under surveillance, lo
carry off hi wonderful burden, and it i staled,
that during three day and nigbia be proceeded,
in ihe manner described, am- ng and over the
mountain in :he neighborhood ; lhal be dug
three graves, which did not seem lo satisfy bim
and Ibal eventually, exbaurted by fatigue, be
reached Rol re vor. where be bad the remains
Altooetbeii a New Idea. We eee It
it stated that an arrangement has just
been completed, by which railway passen
gers from Buffalo .to New York, while
purchasing their tickets, are handed a bill
of tare, from which they select such arti
cles as they desire. The orders afe im
mediately forwarded by telegraph lo the
refreshment room at vvarsaw, num-
at a .number
eanondLnz to thalMjpon Ihe. card,. the
4 breakfast Jhrdered tffalo Waiiteitftt aakiwwa; ,i ta esBmtty4
. luii.i s (.1 l '.. t- .v i.,.; i.
to lind in -the ' m-wa
bv the J;ili l
ri i ... r. If. ........ iKnt ViVi Pre;.
, ., K, - - ..,,ivins dvantae from
it, I .rVnrro. The folowins?. which we find
in the Courier, will be read with interest.
and awaken hope of a sjeedy cure
; eratified to learn that the
..ik i.. .i.t iVsnoch
improved. He is at present staying- on
the plantation of Mr. Jenks, four miles
from Matanzns, that gentlemari having
politely tendered him the use of hl ho9.
The sugar-house. In Mr. King's caseha
proved very efficacious, affording him al
most instantaneous relief."
77ie Best Recommendation. A youth eek-
i ' J
, Juf Uit)g,, , certain eoun.ing room if
j ( J. wisni.d mckt wai l(,ld ibej did not. O.i
ijh recommendations h bad, on
Lf WHjt n wml from a highly respectable citizen,
! ikt metckant desired to ee them. In turning
over hi carpet bag lo find bis letters, a book
rolled oul on ihe floor. " What book is that T"
said the merchant. " Il is the Bible, sir," was
the reply. " And what are you going lo do wiih
that book in New York T' The lad looked e
riouly into the merchant' face, and replied,
wrprbinisedmy tnoiher I would reitt r every
dav. and I shall do it." The merrbant inline
diately engsged bis services, and in due time
be became a partner in the firm, and one ot the
moat respectable in ibe city.
ihrnttyl'ttriad -Up: frtor i 1
rCMur Anderson, ai present In Chart
received a letter from Louis Napoleon, Eiiu,"
ror of the jFrencb, inclosing a check lor 30.
which be loi rowed some years since from I ho
Professor In London, accompanied with a pre
sent ol a diamond ring, and an invitation to vi
sit Pari. This will he cheering news to all
who were ihe Emperor creditors in the limes
that tried hi soul.
The Pietce Harness. The Boston Mail
stales that there is a dilHculty wilb regard to
ibe harness intended to be presented lo Gen.
Pierce. On presentation of the bill, which
amounted to $1,837 61, the contracting par
tie demurred, and remarked thai they must go
lo New York and gel cheaper harnesses. They
leti ihe same day. Previous to thi the harnesses
bad been packed in a boi, ready for transpor
ts! in to Washington. The maker pue.
ed a process to issue, and bad the harness at
tached, and they are now in their possession.
The mournings on ibe harnesses cost over 91,
100, and are mostly ol solid silver, snd ot most
beautiful design, representing oak branches,
leaf and acorn. The eipente of ibe carriage
was $1,800, and ibal of the horses $1,500.--The
manufacturer will probably submit the
nialterl lo a lega Tribunals ' j
Schism has already began to work a
mong (he Mormons. A party calling it
self the "New Church" has sprung up
and separated from the original Mormon
Society. The " Ne,w Church" has appoint
rd se visetidMZIiiSWiSi&- tiCJfte. Maivch;:
es of the Golden Candlestick, and the stt
thority descends from one to the other, so
that it can never cease while one is left.
IAr. Y. Courier.
Robbing Travellers. Several travellers
were robbed at the Great Western Hotel
in Philadelphia on Monday night of va
rious sums, the largest being $1,002 50
and a watch, stolen from a drover named
Lockbart Stewart. What is singular is,
that each of the amounts stolen, were ah
stracted from under the heads of th fleec
ed individuals while asleep. The thing
looka af cb lorofonu-had.
Srme weeks sincr, ihree vagabonds,
nnving m cnargr uK m, t-
. ;-. - ; l.... ,. i
wnjton ieionginK iu nir. j. i.. r .ant. n..u
J. !. JSwanson, ol owansonviiie r. U.
J Virginia, camped near the house of Mr.
Stiles, , four, miles from lorkville, and
made an assault on htm, without provo
cation, injuring him severely, when they
fled on the horses.. leaving the wagon, and
behind, making their escape t
Saisbbury wh(.re ,hc ownprs wrre
pursuit of the horses and that they will
send an Agent for ihe property in a few
days. The names of the three men, who
are also Virginians, are Wm. Waddell,
Robt. Meade, and James Adkin. As the
person injured U a peaceable, inoffensive
jold man, who can-now receive no repara
tion for the injuries done hfm," we hope
our Worth Carolina and Virginia exohan -ges
will at least publish them to the com
The vehicles are in possession of Mr.
Robl." MiTler," "who
tain them for the proper owner,
Snake Bit. A dutch woman thus pa
thetically describes the effect of a snake
bite unonJiexjHisbjj Hans, he
bit himself mit a shnaltlerako.. aodTvas
sick in his bed for siavong-weeks in de
munt of August, and all de dime he zay
vater 1 vater ! and he did not eat notiing
(ill he gomblained of peing petter, so ash
he could stand upon his elbow and eat a
4 Look a here f said a young lady, just
commencing to take lessons in painting
holding up a sample of her skill to her
mother. ''See my painting! can, you tell
what this its ! Ma, after looking at it for
some time, answered. 'Well, I reckon it's
a cow or a rose, but I don't know which.'
A sharp talking lady was reprover by
her husband, who requested her lo keep
ber tongue its her mouib. "My dear,"
responded the wife, -it is against the law
to carry concealed '.weapons."
Both Houses of Congress . were in, session;
TJIK CAIilNKT. ,
Wamiiinuton, March 7, 1853.
LjXb. Senate met to-day lo act upon the Cabinet nin
inali.ma. -l be Mowing appouilureat were oui.firu.ed X
-Mf Msray t , Secretary of Slats, , ,
tiaibrie, .? .Trt' ' ' '
Mr. McClelland, " " Intenor.
Mr. Dobbin, " "
Mr. Campbell, P.-master General ; .
Jtr. Ceslung, Attorney Uaaeral. 8. Cisrwtaie
CMAEt-asTOK, March 7. 1853.
f" -! 1,Tbeale .of eolloa lo-Uy, ap to half 'past 1 o'clock.
were 5G3 b42,
SOUTH CAROLINA FREIGHT BILI.
We publish this week, the coitimunica
lion signed "justice," to which allusion
u mml in our last. Iii respect to me
4. it. ft nil sb r Lvawsi lift thm- Sn.rlh Cnrulinn
l.c.gut v...6v- w..
R. Roadsand by forwarding Agents in that
State. v The author of r J ustice'' is wrong
in supposing that the object of Messis Bo
oer & Reese's letter was intended to con
vey the idea that such charges as they
exhibited, were invuriublu made on mer- ;
chaTidrse nassinz IbTouab SJiutharoTTna
and the hands of South Carolina Agents.
Tbey offered that bill as a tjiecimen, and
it is a true specimen of many such enor-
gentlemen in this section. They do not
pie tend to say that Ibat bill exhibited the
; il I .ll.'.l. .. ... Tl I ..I.
reguUr or published rates. They know it
did not. If it had. then would there be no
cause of complaint for . merchants send
ing their goods by that route would of
course expect to pay the regular rates.
They complain because they are im
posed upon defrauded. Tbey are in pos
session of the published rates: tbey know
the rate of charges from New York to
Charlotte; and whenever their bills ex-
-..,! ,K- ,r. it uill h admitted
asaw iw w " " " .
they have just cause of complaint.
But says " Justice," why do they pay
such bills--why suffer themselves, to be
imposed upon in this way 1 The answer
is simply this, because they cannot help
themselves 1- Is " Justice" not aware that
not a barrel, box, bag or any thing else,
is delivered to a wagoner until be planks
down the cash for freight charges ? If-a
merohart in Salisbury has goods.arri ving
at Charlotte, he must send money in the
hands ol ithe wagoner to pay the freight.
Unless this is done, the wagon comes
back empty, and he has to pay the wag
oner for the trip. The Merchant, then,
mast eithe r go In prs6ri; or pay li is" freight
bill before ht sees it or knows the amount.
Il is useless to insfrucJLbjs. waggoners, for
they are often treated with great 'disre
spect, according to their accounts. Once
paid, and all is over: They "can get no
satisfaction by writing ; and if they go
down and bring suit for five, or ten
dollars, they will loose more lime and more
monev. nerhans. than the eoods were
, . , -
oiu anu. expertenccu mrrcnanis.,.suiier nn
imposition. It is because it is better to
suffer a little than to 1 rouble-' tbemsrvei"
and risk much lo secure their rights.
Now can it he. possible that " Justice"
knows nothing of all this by experience !
... .. . . - ,
he never make a trio to Ebenezer, Cam-
tmn: nr -Colanrhfa: to correct imr.ositions ?
Was he never in a" fume" at those agents?
3 n . . . .
z iin mis .s h o, w0 -
lieve, a merchant in Salisbury who has ev-
er shipped goods through S. Carolina, who
bas not experienced soma such trouble as
itial complained of by Messrs Bogeb dc
Ref.se ; and we feel perfectly safe in say
ing that the facts can be exhibited, if the
assertion be denied.
menced on Fridsv morning about six o'clock, and con
tinued umil noon. The sun then came oul, and al-4htgb-consiurablc
-snow bail- fHent ir- soon dtaap
pro red. A very cold wind under a clear sky, prevailed
in ihe afternoon and at night, until afier ten o'clock.
Next morning a hard but dense -cloud gave out tine,
J -r :. J :i .1
. . . Jl. . . . . . . . ."
o'ctoca.r. (l. l ne ground had frozen during the night,
. . ... . .
t wotiUMt aeaus-rw a
very rapidly. ' The on waa
Has he had no trouble with aouin uaro- j p( a8 hecomes such R nslioni and render
lina Agents in respect to charges ? Did nn attractive object of love and admi'
then seen (inking in the early hour, and the gathering on the ocr
i, as it were, to, are what lar exceeded in number lhal of any former
Western horixon, peeping oul
bad hn ilnnA durinv .hi,. Aaw A hutifiil miv t,f
some three inche depth lay spread out in ail its parity,
W fancied that the good old sun waa really smiling
as be Icokedeat apoft the young men and maidens,
ihe tittle girls and boys, all capering with delight, her
and there, and anew-balling each other : end that
as he sank lo rest, he carried with him the most pleas
ing, reflections ; and lhal if he ever dreams, his sleep
wss pleasant and his dreams sweet.
The night following Saturday night was the cold
est we have had thi' season, the mercury scoring
dewn to 13. Next day came in beautiful 'and mild.
By three o'clock, nearly all ihe snow had disappeared,
except in sheltered places. Since when, we bsve had
delightful spring weather, unlit to-day; and now it
looks like snow again.
" Regulators." Persons at a dislsnce will hardly
know what siineatWnisltaeheOlo'thiterninabs-
bury. We wiUlell them: 1 or lime out of remembrance
there have beeo persons herewho, occasionally, al the
m.qjuyu.aouxa,flioe(l evtry OKivsaMa aruel4bfry couJd
nna on me atreeie, sucn as boxes, benches, ladder gae.j,
gatis, fcwisv-etsvwy'iWiicyjy would pile up in W, ,:nmin ,he strongest ..
street, aa it happened, to b movement some time. fMo!lstO i).lr tne m tfce-eirc ? h itrt
maJkingr -..jesasiftoe..isrir. iouim
2BSJIWmjW&m. eiart.to.tauaa wao.aaeewJsilJl'.S:.' ,lJliibimirt&
11, inouctt every body admit there Wverv tittle sense la
Weliuv,, tobM... J.aun,,:K,U rtrtV4;; ;
passes Ihrmil. il,e N.ml.-rn,-,u ,,ar, f Tl " 111
st plank were t..rn up (.(T each f -ibme bJ'
thrown iM the eiu ; .,,d ,f p,tM), hj() H!
nng tha night without discoverun il, h
have been seru.usly endanger). l uM ?4
bf was' Set against lite- oW of 3u) f'll V
Ihesa were senoo. offentrs, and errand nuw "n
than common reuiark.
t A few davs afiera-ards it out that eem... "J
toys were the"" R. gulanwa" of lh Towa Tk
keeteii arem taken un nira, w.u .. '
and aAer aeveral ilbv .h. j .e"mi'),
MraiRhtened oat t nd sure emgti the Voa., J" M
Uw about Town. H.IU.wu.1 the M,pn7.rf ihX'j
white youne feuileinrta of Ihs Disc. K. lT "H
rvinr on this wnrk Air nu.ntJi. .... v,
j -- r - - .-(.. I eourw Ik. J
wer punished eopytn; su k.w snd rulnr .
.', ' . . i"?u uir wi aakj
TK ImhiiM v.tu nr. oonllum... PS'
aider aiinu tut avaMdinr such eondncrlfffulunniTik 1
that suspicion will hereafter be nior hpt to atiaeh toik '
! So, ppoo the whtrte, it I bhbble we rhII K...
, nR.-ula.i-- fr..J .h.,- ...... " " B
s : . 7 ' wine, sud J
liavo viii kw auu avu (
T I 1 .
in accordance wnn a resolution of the
Cily Councils of Washington, and agree
ably lo appointment, the member of ifo
j U'ird of Aldermen and Hoard ol Cornm,
I a . a . s e
council, wnn mer Alayor and other E.
cutive officers of the Corporation, waited
on President Fillmore on Tuesday, to Ira.
king leave ol tinn on his retirement frora
office and Irom the seat of government.
, Mr. Maury, the Mayor, addressed the Pt
I stdent as follows :
Mr. President: The Corporate ski
ihoniies of the Cny of Washington, wait
upon you in a oouy, as a manilesiationbll
their bigb respect and regard, for the pur
pose of taking leave of you. upon jour re
tirement from the exalted station which
you now hold ; and in doing so they desire
to express to you their grateful ackno.
j edjseme.it lor the kindness which joubsn
""""""V ""r City, snd
the lively interest which vou havealwayi
taken in its prosperity and their earnest
hopes ibat on your return to private life
ydu may, surrounded by your family, lire
lo enjoy many years of uninterrupted
health and happiness.
I now, in ihe name of the Corporate au
thorities of the City of Washington, cordi
ally bid you farewell !
To w hich President Fillmore replied u
Mf. Miitof and ' deiillemen : Tbieii
an honor which 1 did not anticipate, snd
am therefore unprepared to express in
suitable language the grateful emuliont
which it naturally inspires. I can assure
you however, that I feel that 1 nm entitled
to- the corigratulatloni.ol. thy irknrkat ihe
approaching tertninalioit of mv nlhetal la
bors and responsibilities. While 1 shall
retire from this exalted station without a
single regret, 1 cannot leave your delight
ful citv. where I have ever been treated
with so much kindness and consideration,
without feeling a pang of regret t the
severence of so many social ties, which
have been to me sources of unalloyed bap
piness. If. in the course of my brief Ad
ministration. 1 have been aide lo- accorn-
Kfrfolisbanjibingto promotV tbe piwperrtt
'for add to tbeattract ion of t.h lovely tj,
bearing the name of the immortal Wash'
ington, this reflection will ever he to Sie
0r , ffrnitflffnfioir;
This citv stands umm a snot recrntlf
selected from the wilderness, ami cpnse-
crated to the exclusive use and control
,t.i r.r nuiim, It vhr.nl.1 be adorn-
( ul I 1113 Eitn, iinmi'H on....'. --
t ration to the whole people. . It is tbsrtn-
i -Went of our un.iiun.atid should be the pride
! f'' patriot Acting upon these viewj
1 1 have cheerfully U?nt alt jnyeUotUJ
rft tnTa, a3n j? not me,e lor W
I sak(, of ((e rPSijents ef ,he cily, hut as a
j object of just national pride.nnd as
' menus of strengthening our glorious In
With my profound acknowledgment
for Ibis signal mark of your respect."
my sincere prayers for the continued pr
perity of your city, I bid you an affection
Sonlih jTharlestoir Connr.-MK" ;
Telegraphic Intelligencer- '
Baltimore, March 4.
P.rr n( New Halnph'f,
1 . L : - ...... : . I Wi-dimUm. SS rre'
r . .. ii . j a.... i.. inimene avi
i oeni 01 tne unneo oiair.
l . .. i. .he curat
fhe civic and military prof""
l . j J ;mnnaine. wa
wnicn was verj jinu ... j j , VVtt'
I ed al Ibe appointed nour a.iu t,.-
IABD s Hotel, where ine i res.ur...
t.A Sole, and President elect were rrv
in liner and escorted lo the L'aphol. W
s L nlirtf.
ceremony ol Ibe inauguration ." r , i
rollowing is thu aunsianre o i .
dress ol General Pierce- : . jj
The policy of ihe Adminimration, hs.
.illaai la. controlled by timid foreboding
il from the expansion of ' j r-
,1 to be disguised that fhe arquiMttna
not to be itisg
lain nnimanoni. not W
rithtn ! jt'u
lha United States are important, I ,
.... r --
lial, for the preservation of our C" fc y
rights, anu me peace .... .
JIT . s 1- ..I.I msn II III I
""' liowever V' M ; ' 'B,f.o0,f,elll
; grasping sp.ru. - 7
the strictest National raltn. marked0
- foreign arTrri be etanu, - -,jr
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