Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, January 22, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated January 22, 1857 Page 1
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rm* i ; ntmu^mf, !td^'irtthpßsj^ HP> • t*ui. If thejwlhdier of inwrtiww t 5" lehed uut’i fuTOul, tutd eHarge-ti lu-oowtinclT. A i"*" 1 iix M^rMlMK'#ro M by ta# VMI. • V *-N isd !?f *• T* f I* <1 *i VM \ f • < s|Pf cn lilii'l R% *|< i*b f*r. r*-^ y*i%L OOt.Dk. jfiw H’tW lod moo (H-sVnHe iu*sj/?(if*&*J*9 tfw tun* f r#r ifJL . ferid for k-li4 WT*! he OH* V*lJ low to punctual ot*usau s, or a ' iiheaaF discount *>•4* Jor cn>h. Titev native n* V i> r fr 0 O /J s. Fob I.Mtrtv—- Ittrb !>** Ivuinev, Ha id. fan ft ami l*f >iau i lmMt.’-. Nu tmos, Aipr.- cas, Black English au4u American so*i Krrqrh ginghams, dotted at*>! nla ; n Nainsook, Jaj* : .-W**l * earndfiev French and v pruts; lTßege%iKde Imig Shawl-*, s <p-*‘ do I*.: mj.4* and fancy SNWd| r * jJftjfei Berlin uiiel Glove-7TT.!*- ! .. liijtl silk do; hlk. wlt. and colored, rlk Jo; Ink, whi. and colored kid do; Buck r.t,r.sr du: 15-rhn Jingo banituxr V.Jkfs , all prick*; Mruao, cotton Bilcl Mil bOM*. ’’*■'• * •■• • *'■ >* XT\ j Fob (iavruana*’* VVba*.—Superior blk. blue •tad ifMtifo-fpy <S**in;.; biueaftti blk heaver dw, lot o*fn)ni*; iut- h!k. doHua lor pants; superior d for T sf>, I4UCV and plain rpcfe*, h!k. vpfvrt, > Ik an J .satin vesutiff*; all Wffol in wed* for c*at;it*: -allium-*; Berlin lined chive*: hHr and lined dd; Freneli bn-‘k do, **!orti A; hilr. an I wkt. ml do; bwrk •t 4 Bmin Qminlet*: shirts and rodam; Frenck Shift Inwom-ir Saaonv an t ribbed m.;r:no shlrtM IMH an I wlk fcitirt ; oiack silk craTsUL* IVhlHiitvn Vti Urk>‘X ties: wsrfs and shawls. e/-orm.vG- . MwtU. lint*na;; low and ne.Jiu:i priced do; best American j bleaclitM Wwn do i!o; Wenched and 1 br.twu sn|H;p Kujluh blankets; fine j AmeHrtm ik.; ‘Jltfi pr. tlo Toi kervants; W pr. | 43a Kb*** tn saiw**; bipadiri, brown, and d 4 i urt-ii i .union doltri, opera, and plaid katpM-'j lor o'-oHren- wbl, i*s! and yellow flan nels; green I juzr; h*ary l> 1 and 3-4 lulled cloti*.-*: plaid linvev iienneniiary and cuuntn 5--I do. Mhoc: —Men*. Kys and yninhs* th*ck vrjiu**\>* piunv*r>. L & B bootee*; penis fineralf and kip Mnnroe*; heavy praiu •nd kip !mk-s: line caifshm do; ladies drewed •slid untlrosved shoes and huo<*4 Mk and *sid.re;lia*Ung|fail rs: children shoes. Btc. Hat* im* i 'tes.— VansaniV silk bearer*; fine b!a*.‘k ind uimvn wool haln and taps of fonovr!us;i:i.!s—LaniHi'liie,Xary # Sleighing. Nap*de>n, and brown and b'nck cloth. chockiuvs. rr.vr.d.?F. orjs&vs m?nr:. iurdh\ir& STATION AH V: EWUSH, FRE.YCH, * ? tm.V SCHOOL BOOKS. Foa fteoariMr.sf pouches, powder flasks; a raneiy of pun caput shot of every ahsej Uopi'ni’s aiui Ueally’a gunpowder; nip pie wren ner*. e | *. . : f . % * C ‘ ,, - L! ‘-■"- " J • P* ve cert ifi m ,4ns*i yt uaed tbeaa r jgMjf g*wgh ftnutTlittl . A|W3 lath. Is3<. tn ■*. i i iTjfudinaft fipuai |iinj ■ijin mi have seen in aw^ , €*ury ‘hwahituy. Z?Hl? hare tuotwii as'da other merbniM and <w.>,,ed yonri sik.rc h haelWn Mr eou-- ty. Wkßhine roii a fail twWara of nirmt, I aim vt/e itMfftfirilv, Yur*. m..*i oi*i JA M &S T. BLAKIsiT* i*\ E. Br. Mut' Corarr, Md,,.Alat Ist, iteti Messrs. C'tnndiS*e 4k4<*huio, Crrhtlenwn Jb muw' dji thrf I prefer your Horse Power and Thrasher to any have Mad or iieen nae<f. The Poerereiid Thrasher wm h bot?hi of you about three work fd well and wore, at>tk easy draft to Uie traun. Very Ae!7 JOHM F.' DENT. . Baitiwre,June I3ui. Wi i- ■ ■ ■ - - -.1 ■ i - iii ■ i MAOMTHATEs- BI.ASKS. ¥{?tT La of Buauaau, Pi K*, W SSS^*’* uS.-:\ * i ': f H-yP *jg ,new| ******** ***** Wf&m efHrw Rf-fldand for fWtnaT^L^! •Wh •* l^c^tagvs: | Buchanan • election if | happy omen i °f 1 succeaafu! and brilliant adminisira* lion, hecauae iwo .of the greatest and beat President* the Union has over bad were dected under similar nrcumstan • ce*. j Ip 1796. when Jefferson and .Adam* were rival candidates for the t. Ihe latter received the unanimous troH j of New England, and In 1600 the entire j electoral vole of New England was ca>f against. Thomas Jeffereoo. Ail of New t England, except Vermont, voted against i Jw*ns Madison in 1612 as well as in 18* 16. The whole of the electoral vte of New F.ne-faorf W as again thrown against ; Andrew Jackson in 1824, and when he j was firsf elected in 1828 it was against fn* united oppositiMi of New England wi h the esc* ption of one of the nine /eVctoeal sot- * of Maine. - 'At his second election in 1882 all Neur England, ex rept and New Hampshire, voted I against him. Twice did New England record a j unanimous rote again-I Thomas Jcffef* son. and twice a unanimous vole again*t •Andrew Jackson, (with Ihe exceptions stated ahoreX 6he has now done the aame with Jrih* Bnchanan. It is a ■ common thing with the hlacfc repuhnAms o| this era fo point 4o l aomas Jvffrsoti as an endorse* of their creed, which is an ac id* characteristic part. SecaiiHo he w uiiequivocally • ’ Of its? ~—- v 91 ***7™ ,August 20tn7TBFiBi that the same New Englv*^ • ly wedded to black republieauv-m, | n 1800 bitterly ojpoed to T horn as Jet j frrnoo. would go far lo supply it. The ; same means used aga.-t Vr. Jefferson ' then w re brought into requifition against Wrf Buchanan in 1856. Clergymen turned I eir /acred de.-k* into |olitical iostruma and vomited f -rih a belching tl.imeol calumny and misrepn sentaticoa, ; infamously false, and imng'ed with U a s torrent of imprecation of the mo>t bias* > themous character. The aame wrt of ; weapon* of abuse and falsehood were | again, in 1824, and |B2B, brought into I iequi>itiou avainst General Jackson, with ' a sin.iUr result \ The mass of the clergy of New England could not have mote , bitterly lougbl against Satan himself, bad : he been a presidential candidate in 1800, 1828 and-1856, than they warred against I Jefferson, Jackson and Buchanan. lletracirg the administration of the r: government of the country from 1801 fo r | 1809. under Jefferson, and from 1526 to 1837, under who would v ipe out the glorious record 'bo*e great palri ot* have left upon be arclmes of the nation, and who will not*rrimer that the uuao nrous opposition of New England to their ejeclion ua inrgec uai. With all the boasted intelligence of the Country, with all her alleged .-uperrority * i over other potions of the Union, no man J | who a not a dolt can fail to perceive that ! | her upon great na kaisl t.ssues. a* iUnstrated by ibe unerring testa *hrf time and experience, has exhibited error fhsn that of soy UiAo.. iff (be Union. She gave mirgmi* vole. John Adam* O Ttfmsv*., a* —b..tn NpiL intllloct. and bc/h men l||'|tiWnn> i dered important service tc : yet their adiiffoiatrationa f j wero nß#t unequivocally condemned b\ T the An ericen people, and few. what evT wilt, at this i day, compare them favorably with the r n>lministration of whom -h* unani \ muttsly opposed By an ad ol similai I suicidal folly in 1856, she has unaui ■ 1 mously voted for a sectional, presiden tial candidate wT) se star wa> in Ihs |! asscrnuanl onlv in tho!-e regions of the , j Union where New England had left her tj footprints, and whose success * otild n 'jail piobahrlity hare been in it ultimate I j consequence*, a to her wrl . fare and pio-pertty than to any other 11 nortior. of the Confederacy. lil these remark* we allude merely to the ddtatnant politics! lone of w } Erglau<i—not ip all her people, bepras* .; wi* r* • ugutze to that portipic of her i democracy and in her conservative cm> ot other pities who have > t.n.h , set their face* against the surging tid- • ,of fanatical Tu>y which have raged IfllUli# rffwlß MbM wl IfW nd best men of toe Bepeblnc* m ihe Inlamous organs and araton of a sec tional crusade, who taunt Pennsylvania with stupidity and i/norvacce and proud. I y to themself es supreme n el 1| Itgence tun *s the record of the past. ■ ■ 'WSt “ fc -••■ ■■ rv m~ff -mrrm rir~ - MPT ._ *\ ,W■ !- 4. ~2fcVOTE|> TO U FKkArUHfi, NfetfS. AGkICULTia st> EAKRAL^TEI^U^^TT"^ **~* ’"' ’ -■*- ■ . '*4 *i •*.: ? Alß'j'teli':' tA *n~i*liif-“-T * *"* 4 ®** • liKVIARB TOlil, Mfer^Tll (lit* IT*¥ KMili,. JIXiAiBY ftl'Kiy , 4 h country, the brightest pages ofA > merican history would have remaioerl uhwadifat thu proodest exuutog whmhh ! •***<* Ml unbuilt, and the pour. paltry, pety America of New Eng ( land policy would be ( but w_a pensive, i miserable, dwarfi>h pigmy, compared | the great, tbe prosperpos, the gi- I art republic whicli* every Amer*c*o iumrl now contemplates With pride. And however Pennsylvania , triumphs ovwc New Englihd policy have resulted hitherto. M victory <S[ 1H56 will be as beneficent iu its results , as any of iu prvdcce.-spr, NEGftO KXjfeiIPTION. The South has been *o much occupied exlmurouMigtlnrioo of the ques tion ©t slavery, lhafcher statesmen have almost entirely n elected those measures which were calculated to forti*r, extend and perpetuate it #kr one of her vital in stitution*. Too much ha* hern done in Congress, a dW Id le in the Sb.te Leg islatures, with reference to slavery. It is time now IhakSoiubern legiHatoia >lioudgve wise AmsiUeration tostahili fating an iiiliiirmn winch i; indispensa ble both (o hi r social and political exis tence—-in which either she mut live dr have no life. . The exemption of negroes from sale for debt under execution, with certain ' qualifications and condition*, * a pohey |as wie in every point of view as It is humane and consistent iullwJhe natural I J. 35. WEIXH. J '■ se>.- k-o. -.in-- j and will be ably supp&Mrir j , 1 his t-xeiiLption of negroes from sale Tor debt would give a secur ly and per manency to slave property, when would , mak- it (he most uesirabie of ail others as a family e-late. I adopted through old the South it would withdraw from I I the banking ba>is of the North nearly ' t fifteen hundn-d tniliion* of dollars, keep f | the interest on that amount at home, and ■ ratio eract, to that extent, Ihe concentre r tion of capital q| New Yerk and Liver i pool, which has been baaed so large!\ ‘ J upon the security afforded by' Southern ‘ slaves without compen*a top in return. 1 1 It would make ti e ownership of a > lew slave* mote desirable than at present, 1 and thus check the tendency to Ihe ac cumulation of avert Uige nun.her of Haves in the hands iff a very small num j ber of Have-ownertffbe effect of which > is to weaken l e iiistiiutiou of slavery *; by teducing the number ard political in : duence ol those who are directly inter ' etd in it • proprietor*. It would f make it to every man’s advantage toomn I i a slave, end sirvngilien acldally and po ; litically Ihe institution, a* evefy owner * would vole, and, if uec*ssary t fight lor r hi* property. II Not only would iuch a measure diffuse 1 and thu* strengthen Uvr h- numericaUv *! but would powerfully ( ; -oct(ui~e to its tvt •! ritorial dtffuMou . and Ti e I emigrating glaaa is not the neallhy. 1 be r rich seldom emagrale. to *>ew counlrier 5 at feast. Therefore, the more slavery is * i diffu-cd avnoiigst men bf comparatively ) small capital, who can afford to own but >,a ew slaves, the greater will be ?r;f --> \ number ol slaveholdiog enugrants mtu I new lerritoiy. > 1 With the exemption idea once fixed * as an inseparable part of the instilutiun *\of nsgro no fanatical niadnei-t --* or Congressional usurpal’on could ettuan * ’ ger the existence of the Sou h, or jn-s --r vent her frm growing her growth and ! appropriating her lawful inheritance o -1 eaith. In nearly eaefp household ne -4 * gm servitude would become a permanent J fixture, an essential id a. continuing r with it in all it* changes, following u i in all its wand rings, and planted and r cherished wherevt-r U made Us bom** a.- - -n indi*penabfe ii).-titutton. to be ue r ded by the *psier faitiiites.” with bislii*- if necessary, nod as a per r p tniry to hts cnikirt n, f The strotjte-t and wisest policy on Ihe f prt of the jadulh i< that which t-t.Ta r t - r 1 s* d diffuse- tel d! the wl.r i; *! t egio >c.vrryJfop at tbe same tii • t c . - r | duces to aad pre-erve th* artfi-c- M lion of ifie for his master! TtjV l| m.tual of interest Bod sff run, p *h|r>tao>MW. uimJ dppendewce, i* My -ne l ff uesdHraie lu js'k-'+iU, -{.wisely chesthed, is beHr than *corn k promise*, ’’ ‘tinalilH-#/' and that endless 5 f exjfedicOts"#di h have so km" .fhUcaL pracutiimeis of lki. whb I be imp upon Hieir nghts cr domestic p - triDfluiy and security. |l \ WIR- th*-> r i> !o such nnitr of ’.n- l a

, leresli though the Scfn l > j mgr u*eiy foee her foes, we **oubt 1 > I <faa> H |trt| d‘' so witu a j*tned trout. \ t 1L _ ■ ( h i Bc.%Htt of TMB Kit. —The people of: , the Ujt d Slates have been a lin.berl ■ ( ( walia| poop*** 4Vom the time l!*e farst,, , Angio4iKOii set Lir- fe t upon the oadfo j | : to the present period. For n many ifat* this was no doubt necessary , i in oCdets find lard to culficate. but inl< | this and Virginia, cleared lamia i] ! Fere elf off a u;fi for crop* to be ( 1 raised Hu* f *r hack as a hundred years < I ag-*, andot lore.-is elite e. rt dovin*| ’ snd all ’i* liniber burnt oIT, in order to : f find a and bettor soil, Tbo.-c old’ 1 timber never seemed once u> think that a ol Tieir forests and a * clearing ot their rubbish. wojjU fer nhh lheiji\p;ii material* whe eaith to cover anU'enovote their wosin*d l-u*.ls; ; ■j but on UitpAaHied. Hashing and cuttiiii: 1 down and burning their timber, to get j {, new grddjJ’* for cultivation, ns last as' one field% cleared land had been par tially exkslsteil by a constant dtam upon Its 1011, llthei.- footsteps I llowed t!ie?r son* and grandsons, and. j a visitor trap a city remonHraled with ’ them about nich a waivton destruction ot | vHttaMe tinher and wood, and reminded j hem (ha- th*y leave none for (he | use of their pydeniy, they would tod say—-ttMv who Uv e j. loai w.x i (..! v. i ,• k*. .? *Ted of ihe qld stiles. Rails , inhcr f<w buiMing*. and w ocH for ale hot to be pfoebred in many localities, and many husba.idmen whether they Csnuot gov\ oak. che-nui and pine tree*, a* well as com, wbe-l and tobacco. We .\o;;!d say to ail such in quiries—ves, gentlemen, you can and you wtil nave to commence the growing iof these tree* at once. The most barren : spot of land in the Sla: can he tuiie 'available for growing pine, by Hmply trimming your pine forests, if you hive ! any. and sc*Uem>g the brush over the ! barren sqiot* allutieu to. From the brush ; the seed geu-f.u the ground and vege | tales, ami the covering which the bn,H. 1 afidrds tc the iaud, fertilizes it end causes 1 the young spouts to grow w ith rapidity * : Ihe thinning ol pine thickets by the ' | pruning axe and Ihe Iritiiiiiitig ot pine ‘ bushts. greatly promnle the growth and a-id to the symmetry * •!♦• trees. Oak' and chesnut cm he raised b\ ■ planting the seed in drills a given dis -1 (an re apart, on lopof straw or some other 1 , fertilizing ag nt, and cultivating thepi ■ i wlfrft young, as you would cultivate effri; ( * of tobacco. Chcsjiwf. pi;;e and oak offen r Spring up spontaneously, hnl without ] plan’ing and culiivalion, (he fi.ct and the ■ giow .How I\, and ar>- very apt Hi* r havt-l’-e tror.H kind ol companion*, ex ‘ cept wheie ike former springs from 4 • stump* ol other trees that have bet o cu* ■ tiuwi., The sanJ} soils on ike roast* I ‘ rivers, bays an l *eas, aie grueially very s prolific for pin*, and tor this ress.ui they * should noth*- ocerabu-ed tot their sundi* * 1 ness aad sterility. Pine, thougii unfit ‘ for feuctng, is a valuable tiuibet, cud > j ihcrelore wc should set a high estimate : on aU ihatpioriucc it, t& jugh >audy 1 '.roads aod the ague and lever are so often t eucr/uulered in such places. 14 ; Our gra..d sties a.id grand dame* - 1 seemed quite contented at the thought * ' that * thwJ-c ui,u incil loiigest ria..-? Joasl : wif.d ana wa’er furthcs!,'’ but as we rir ’ j°y 4 otiier ad vantage* that they * l did nof. wrought quite wilfigly to fn y l the penally of their waste.' to meketfart t penalty nsv. we should turn oUf ntten -1 lion to the improvement of the lew !<*.-- I est* we have left and t* the growing of * additional ones in every louit ? f rut can * be soared tor that purj-ose. I rtes tne * attention of the farmers ann runlet* iu ■ the old Slates shall beg*a t< be- dnreteb to fin* object, then th- r ehudieii or then grand children will live to become tt>n j fierif-u- ard weookrsa, untes* ilj. y em pinle ii *_-mo liw— nf Ihe well uoo.(:d I eiritortes vl i;.t L'.k>u.—Cip -; iT r ' Va ■ vr r 7-f. rr\ l ho-e•: mncl ■ 6f tru’t}}v a? welfas of ’ll it yof nlfd-r - >o{-irw,. n tH-t oon.e.s *<>.> e• er .. tv iv quvs-vt fierpttg 4c s>)^a6ti*t( bftghfrn th • Hft sfhf so*ra{ nfseCHw sih tee /suby I ail c.c u*si the i! Udin Ealerprat." J *. .. .. v , r , pi# a>ure ” * * young fediee j* icqaaintaoce, while ihry fpeak with I ! tbruptnes* to the v rfe. and dofnanv rode H link thing* without cooMdering them ff worth an a|wildgy- Ibe stranger* whom <* they may have seen buU*yesterdav, * * Ifstetfed to with defferenee, ar.d although h the subject n.;i v nd be of the mo*f pfea- w sar.t nature, c.ith a ready Mnily, while *lf the pour wile, if she relates a jp'uestic grievance i* enuuted, ur listened to wiU | a iii-conceaied impatience. O I now wrong 1 W this—all wvong. she urge some request—“ Oh. j bother mb/” cries her grarious / muster fh** 4 * she a-k tor ne- 1 ■ ce**|(fv lands for Su-y’s shoes or Torn-| my’# flat —‘seems to me \r.u are always j d wantiqg money !” i* the handsome re-; c lorVflls ai.v litlie extra deir,an<ied by hi> j - n-Hscoiine apfretite—it i* ornereil, not requested—^“Look here. I want you to ' * do so apd sr—just see that it is done;” 4 and oft nsa ches Mr. Boor, with a bow | and irtobdiy sweelm-st for every casual;! acquaintance be may chance to recog- | < nize. 3 | V\ h e meet with such fh'mghlie**- 1 n*ss rfffd to the find voice and gentle manner of the fridnfl who said, “yes, my dear, with pleasure.” bed your pardon.” come* I as readi’v to hip lip* w hen bv any tdtle ! aw’k wai tii.oss he hw disconcerted her. as ; it wo-ihi in t!ie presence ol lhe moat taah -1 tonaule stickler for eflppeile. Thi* I* be -1 cause he is a thorough’" gentleman, who • hinks Ins wife :n all thing* entitled to *IL loves her best— fe No. 137 IVal P'Street, between Light and Cbarie* *trs w May 29th, 1856—3 m. I ,? ..ar on, ’ ' .. -!.jrtfts into notice j Air, oy speaking a oppo-rtunity occurs j i.i a manly way ol her Virtue*. TVo-ib words may set-m things, anti < aUeiitiou almostjfaiiiffex. yet depend upon it li.ey keep the (lame bright, es pecially if drt-n g;C\v up in a heper moul atmoe- ! j phene, tod lea-n to respect tl;eir parents, j , as (Mtrfft t‘*em rc*: e.*tug each other ! I Manypa b y take* adv*;age of u mulhet j I he |der, because he sees o'fo-n the rude- j ! na# IST hi* latter. lacu *i'jiy he galh ; er bosom ttie same habits at.d the 1 thcugbls and I- **lrgs tl*ev engender, and | jin hi* l turn becomes the petty tyrant. I j Unly krs mo l hei—why should he that.k i her? fkiliet never doe*. T huv the non e 1 becomes- the sea! cf disorder and un- ! kappine s. o*.iy h-r *trauger ate Uiuo words expressed, and kypi-ciite* go out i Irom the truly prepared to render justice; benevolence arJ yob te nets to any our* ani tveiy oue bid loose who have the jusfesi ctainiK. AH ! give ’ us the kind glance, tin hanpy home-teoJ i —the sioiiing wife r,r<u coutieou* coil t drew o! (he tntnd who said so pfessaut i ty, '‘yes. n.v dear, wiiii pleasure."—Lu t diet Enietprint. T(e Polar Bka.—Or. the 23d • inst.. Dr I uuc i. Hayes, Surgeon the ! Ship Advai.ce. and <n> of those #l* f accompauteu Dr. Kane on that rnemoia , ble expedition winth shed *uh g.oiy Ij ou the Afnericin name; delivered . I most interesting Lecture beiore4jHi -Vla- l f ry land Iniftnute. at • | conrse war ii*t€*nei in wi(h a riisottoh by at. umi*uatiy large and in • | f#UigCtd auilieuc", w ho testified bv their , i ittendanre ar.d a; probation, tut deep Hj- I tcre-t they !e 1 1 in everything pertamit g Jto tkia attempt fp open up the physical t jgejgrepLy oi t‘ e high jmiar rig or.* I' In epeakrug of the Open Polar Sea, . I Dr. I’aye* reniarken : The northern (erminn* of Smith'* Strait was yet Undeveloped, and every [; member of the expf diiO?-. felt a per . jsyoai interest : n w’-lnug tha* t shouh: .be known. 3u ore ton was d-spatcled fj with the dog tean d Esquimaux , | sled*- iwakitog b* tr'*ug-pifet a depiu .! f provi-ioo* that hd been deposited ,| at tbe eastern tern.imi* of the Sound ;' the fre%e,* fall, 'i he re- ult* of tbi jouru"y a e well known. found a qeq channel upei||(kg trm* tlie nni tn> j western ang> f l!:c .< muf frve , j rce. and rrarCiiidg n tie< along it* nar - Kin ou ike ire afoot, he :u-.k*d -nt upor aii for less sea. i hi* wa in Julf ■s,lP ♦ ">* hi* emi ufso water apace t*tolfthouC tae w . >n—-hat 9rnug ii r .y Aar. A>p>ivcr e tpmo*nu oi an open *he ex.C : u-f-,,-s v hirk wa* |.rcf frff d-—l v tf? nt attempt i© w !1 fii i*.' place among the 1.. tuc m oiy Heal geography by the ■ aecsMoa ol wiier h*.d*. I bate ou \ ‘on* thing lo AIT *o relation to it. 1m *. m .jJr ? %SSt£Z£l j ,h ? realeat joy uf my life .troll hi Mpo rbere geografdHH* predict mo up*D |Mrt*r ceMi - - - - ■ - (lilt \RD Col Lite*.—The Philadelphia ‘Corlh American in noticing a very inter filing celebration l ’be Guard C ollege >n Wednesday in lhe *•! >f thh presentation of premium* foi *•*• •sflrnrb of co nduct and proictooey of r* studii I *. *av: The statement of Present Allen tn novuctrd the gratifying fact that the In stitution had been in all prci>[*noas dining the past year, t.e nvm.her oPpnpiU atw uiil> to tfcrff nun died and ten; the *p.il and temper ot Hoys 5 1* £ood ;no kitfaftie ha* occurred in wbief the interposition ul the Com mittee ou b'uciplme ha* been required. There havf been no death*! no -erioua -ickness. and no expulaiui*- Only two year* have elapsedeii.ee the,commerce ment of that port ton ol Mr. Girard a p** o * hirh direct* the indenturing of the boy a, -.ind, in that period, one hundred and fifty seven of then, have been piared in eligible situation*. Of a Iwrge past re jKills have been since received. Ariansiemeius ar* making tor the eat iy infrouuctioinui au addit oual numb er tot pupil# that hi tne coi*e oi the I uv.be aggregate may be increased >o t citizens. • .;y * -*••-* the* acellent V ilia- ▼J/’’* ■ - - - tiui-l appropiiate manner nr.'t spirit, the i iJesigns of its ber.eflt nit founder; and that it is destined, bel'oie many V r ar -nail hav* eiap.-eu. lu exhibit iwistketi 1 benefit* throughout the whole communi iv (i i- adding auo her star to the con i -tilation of public philanthropy, a luch i* the brightest ornament that Philadelphia ifipsaeM.es, and ol which she ha* reason I*o be Miju.-tly po.uti. I • I 4 t . The Origin of WhijT.—’The E<iin ;:uij> B view, t i a iate able r i' If, i* ! cussing the origin ol the cereals, e- peci ■ alty whett. state* that ihcie are two ' ‘heorie* upon this subject. one which j con*iders race* of plant* immutable, a. d jholtf, *he ref. .re that wheat existed ou e | aid n f HV -uU exist indigenously ‘<>n e i w here; ai d another, which maintain* .that lire eereai, a* at present Vnotvn, has 'been developed by cultivation. Tbia latter opinion the Iteview sdvoqpic#, t*int*iimig that the partuttiai f.iant lium w hich Wheat originate I is a grass, grow - If.g wild i;ti the sh'iie# of the Msiiiirria nean, and krown to bdtooi*la by the u me of tegilop*. ft •* i urged, in co*- firma ioii ol thia lhal, lifr ctr tin cultivation of a species i# known. it is found that man hw first ap pfied to bia uvu a pUiil growing wpd about him. cuhitaMug it, and sowing seeds from <he best specie* ol the cul tivated plant, ui.til it wirhad a <lt'f w) lar ex.sd mg iu original cpnditipn, tiSal it wovdd have been imfpsuibjc hm n ole\ er l>r the pi.s flHl *hal a Frs ruli outanist, "Wtk wajr and o "erviiig n.aojf lmtbf <*l.(ftagm*.iaiice )*iweea th< whei r u dr the troaa li* former, and by saMng, Tear after year, the w frmo anph pi ant* f a* apperead to approach o**arr In <iq 0%.U. actually ewereestrddn h ThTfdant, thus obfaiued, kilt rualmuoa U.be cuiMvaled, bh* ty HHii and be oil.e>. and lo yield ffif, bon* | wbeal. f I '*■- - **"9'■** f ■ - *' ■ W NapoLEO>.—ln a recent teetwe#/ Thackeray iuliixiucio aiiec io*e propoa Nxpilsuo. “'* hl* I fh*t saw England, the aa* ww.wmn-a for be >oug Princess rtiarh.iie. the nope of ’ls sttijilrs. I fis from India ad a -bird, p.'.'i *ur ship ifwirbeo i an i>faud *a the way liaroe, where try black *e.- Mtiti<u)( me a walk the rock-- ibJ tills ni we b*d I a*.*ed a garden. where ee *ar a men wallnug. 'Thai ia In ,’ , aid Ihe buck mat*—‘that i# B*/ipaii; . eat* three sheep ever* day. aod ail the chddirtv Hr *. I * upnn.’ here vr<n* in the •> i*h tuna besiiies .fbe p-x> he bad all equal lerrur and ledof oi Ike CvWiCail J.. •• UPf gjiwflf *4# |p 4MWS .