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VOLIU[E IV. * z S LIi NO.23.
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F-41 7, P139
EXcLUTIV.. - l. i,M .. NT,
COLUMBIA MARCH 13.1S39.
By His PAcUency P A Ti It. A A OBLE. Esq.
Gocernur una muntcr-incher, in vi:1 Gig
the Stail of Southe Carohna.
' HLi.t EAS, intormttano, has b en receiv
ed-m this Department. that a inost ai
trocios mitrder was co-.mitted ta Laur. it
District, on the -oth ot tha.- monthi. by Carte,
Parlxr o1 the bod% of Jeferson Roirland nud
thatsaid Parker ha's I.-d f Mil justic.
Now, know y-, tilat io the e.d tustict- maybe
-done, and that the said ( arter Parker may be
brought to legal trial and con-.ig; i ;itishient
for .its otrence, as aworl-said. I do here!.% onier
reward ofTHREI. HUNDR. 1) DLUti AliS
for his appreh nsio: and elitei. ir o a .. yo
in the State. Carter Parker is d -erbtn a
being about 36 years of agre. about 6l fA e I A inte
high, light coored hair, heard inclinii to re<.
disiness, rnthier a thin visag e. sanul3 c-mn le.s or'
talks quick.iad cuts his words shor:: face to er
bly broad at the eyes. but tarrow at tthe chi. ta
-small piece broken ifiof o e olhis fronutte,-l.:
broad shoulders, slecder waist. has a habti: t *
sucking histeeth. large krneesand knock kinee
he is a- blacksmi-4y trade, and f..ud oftardeni
Given inder my hand a: d s-al f the St-t.
at Colonbia.' 13th day of March. ill t
year ,f our Lord one thou-and eigh hiti
ired a.d thirtv-niine, and i. the sixty tiird
year of the Intdepenid-ice of the Uni
States of America.
By the Governor.
M. LARIRDE. Secretary of State.
Mirch 21. 183 fr7
New Spring and Stamner
7,H E Subscribers beg l-eave to inform their
I customers and the public -:enerally. ihm;
they are receivia:g and opeiig a splendid is.
spitig- -.11d 14ilmm1er. Goo. S;
Embraciag every variety of British, French
and Aamericaat, Staple and Fallcy Goods,
which have beeni selectid with arent care.
They :nvite their friends to pive them a call,
-and they shall have good bargains.
G. L & E PENN & GO.
March 21, 1839 7 tf
S4pring and Sunmer
C LOTHIING.-The Subscribers have just
received a handsome at1 general atsort
metit of goods for iuont's Spring and $aunmtr
Coats. P'aits, ad Vests, witich they are pire
pared to hanve made up. in the very best style,
.and on the most reasonable terms.
G. L. & E. PENN-&~ CO.
March 21. 1839. 7 t f
- FOR SALE,
- A DE81ltABlLI resi
.-: g - dec in Pottersville,
of about 14 aeri-s of goori
Land-a part niot cleared. On
the premises atre agood Dwvelling Hliuise, 1 sto
ry anad a haif high, with five rooms-a hargi'
fr-ameid Kitchen atid Smaoke-htouse-ana extcl
ient WVell of pure water. For patrticuAlars en
quire at this t.)ffice.
Feb 14, 1839 af 2
ALARG E amount of ntes and accounts
due to Lorrain Gt-ddiags, formerly of
Jlamburg, htas been placeid in tite hiands tofthe
subscriber. with the positive da'eettion to sue
upon all such of that-m. a.s are not settled oan or
before the first Mhonday ini Junie next
J. P. LAltItLL, Attorne.
May 2, 1;3# tr13
Public - Notice
S hereby riv-en, thata Petition signed by
..the citizens at Edgefield Conarr Hoaase. wial
be parescanted to te Honorab'e the Senate and.
Honuse- of Repre-entiv'-s of the State of South
Carolita, at is next ses- iona. flor :he incorpora
tion of the Village of Edgefield.
May 21, 139 16 -
Fresh Famity Groceries, I
Onas l.aguzira. and Rio CoiTee.
Porto Rico and New Orleans suar.
New (Oriennis anil (ithat iolses,
11yison. lImpt-rial and lilack Ten,
Rice. &c. dc. For sale by
C. A. DOWD.
A pril 1, 1839. tr9
Y IUEand LOT. int the Vilig of!r
t.defilapota ter mis to suit a purchtaser.
In mty absence, apply to Col. Batske-tt.
JAMES JONES. |
Valuable Lands for Sale.
T iE snbscriber will dispose or all his
Lands. consis ing of about 141.0 acres,
The tract in which Ie now resides. contain
ing about 'l00 acres, lvii.y t.; the Stug. , Road
leading i om Edgefield'Conrt Honse it Augnta,
within 4 miles of the 'ourt liouse. nod 1:
fromi .\ngusa. On the preiiises aere gooid Build
ins. and an Orchrl If two houisaild and
eight humdred file mit Trees.
\lso. the place flrtmerly mined by E. J.
Volinnilloiod contaiiiing about 350 acres. with
iece;sarv iuildi;gs a'l new
Viso. the place known as Be'levn., n ithin 2
and 3-4 miii:es oft-.e Village. Ii has a two strv
llm'ding. and is as fine a situitimion as a in tie
)istrie:. It contains 100 acres. F) of wichi
All :he tracts contain about 700 acews of file
timber. d wo- d. anl and all have fie sngs.
P rsons desi ous o! inrebaing may examine
robh lemlselve;. P
The terms will be acconmodating.
WV. B. .',AYS.
May 4. 18.19 tf 14
.on1ih CarlolIna Coppe r,
H ZT N & . N WAB'
'OUit) respecilidihv miorm the Nler
chantica d Plianers of this Smte.;:nnt all
wao may p uease . give me a call, that I have
Ioated -it Hamburg. S. ('.. with a view to a
perma ent reAdei ce; a I engagied i the
na iitietre of I 'opper. shee Iro.: ane Ti,
ANare-which I will furnish by Wrhlesale or
etail, ofthe best juality. at tie imre si rates.
I navin:: experienced Northerit Workmen,
md being : prac -ai. me- ianiv inyselfl c:a. at
4-nd 4 lioalig,,. Gutiitering and Spoutins; and
all otlier Jobs of reert, description in hitusi ness.
we!ick shall be wcell done. andi on short notice.
All orders wil; lit-lyhititkitllv received aid
:)roinptly att'-uded to.
\ sup- rior assortment of Japanied Wave
A.s.. Stanp'd Plates. ali sizes...mst received.
A. B. CIURCII.
liambire, M1arch: 28, 1S39. tf e
Copper, Nhee, Ir'on, amtrl
Tin Ware M;anufhcory.
g IIF Vuhtibseri'.er has just ree- ived. A lare
assortme: t of Copper. S/:et Iron and Ton
Plale; which lie n ill mintumlaet tom nn. p:,
11 usIa l In sit I Ware: such nt. ,%TOVI 8.
TOE' PI'ES. STI LS. -STILL II 0fl S.
1Ind vve,% variet o f ' IsWA E.
IIe 4olicii.. time -ntr~ijane of his friend
imid tIh, public im 'enera . in soth Cat ohiln
id Georain. as lie mItends ke'pin- it coi
sWu ad fltl supply of' the above articles. iII
-toumiers will not b- di-apopoited from I.e
--.ant of minterials 1. F. CH WV
The lishest price will be given for O:
Perter. Copper. l!rass an. Lead.
\tamt:m Ga. A1 -- ii I.. 1.4 9 if f11
r IF - opartinership oH L.Jvrr:ns& (<..
T of lil:ambmtrg. Souti. Caroli it. was dis
imlved ol th. 1st of' \uens . hs3. ,% mu1tun:
ennm-vt. Alltnu".tteO hesiness of the cncrn
ill be attended to by 11 L. .J--ffers.
11 L. JFFERS.
lamburg. May 2 1839 tc 16
beg leave most restiecttilly to inform my
fri. Ilds, and the public aeierally. that .llr
RUMoRenavs BIOUr.wARE la assoeialed himself
ith me, and that the business will hereafter Ibe
ione under the namie of JEIFERS $r !OUL
WA RE and hope that a contiiuation of the
ihera' patronaee hitherto hestowed. will he
nerited anldl received.
II. L. JEFFERS.
Ilainhirc. Ifav 13 1.39 ac 16
N E Wf 'I It l
L; 11A.N MR ULG. S. C.
T HI P. Subscribers beg leave to infom their
friends, and the public mzenerailly. that
hIev' have aissociated themselves to:-ethier in the
Thi'wi of flhamburg, for'thie purpose of tramns
icting a general
Grocery aind C7ommissioin Rusiness,
nwhich capacity they offer them-selsc to thme
~ablic. and ho-.-. by a strict antd close autenitin ii
o busine-s. to r- ceive a liberal -hbare 0: patron
ire. Their Stocik shmall er er be c'omtposed of the
r.ost chtoice and wrell selected articmes 'usutallya
(mept iim a Grmicry anti Stt -le Dry Goods lin.i
All Orders, or letters taddresse'd to thm. Ijor
myr artic e. or bntin--ies oni I'onunission. shamli
HiPNRY L JFFURS.
HU U.11IM EYS BO ULWARE,
Hamburg, Moy 13. 1839 ar 16
General Orders. No. 2.
J IA RL ESTO.A htEA D. Jr.. Jous CoN
* mionial. and ARTHUR Slatxiss. have
>een appointed Aids-de-Camips to the Coat.
nandcer en Chief with die rnnk of Lt. Colonel.
rhey ~vil! beobieyedl anmd respected accidinigly.t
By ordler of the Conuanmder in-Chief
JA MIFSJ.40 l'F,
A pril 25 12 .Ad. k Iusp. Gen. t
*YO TIC E.
L lL Person. indebiteid to the late Ch'- -
t~tian Breithaiupt, dec'd., are reqgt.. st
iersons ha~ving~ demIiand~s against the est: Ie
f said decea..ed aire requested to prest nt
hem dalv attested.
IDamolpu I ion.
' Eyo Copatei of Kertnaghman & 1 ni.
neof nmurg, So. Ca.. was dissolved
a , ~t.:e d itant. by tmutiual consemt. Theb
a Kernaelhan. oni hue ownt acconsm Ie will
eeive all monev dute the late im, and wvill -
ltt.e thle debts iof the caim.
P'. 1H. IOONEY
Hamner 2, to9 3sm- 8 i
About Brandreth' kills,
'A i JAi Lij'Lt.'
11 Pills art a Vext-table and Uviver
411 Me-iicine. proved by the ex; erile
of ti v:-ands to be. when properly perse% cred
with a cE:nTAiN cure in every forn of the i I:L
O.mx DasEASE. all inil. thie samne origin.:-wd
ii vureii arise from the U. tVI I(lAL
R% CT ofl all diseasres. i-amely. 1.111'1 R.1'. Y.
or IMPERFI-A.T virculut:oneot the BLOOD.
It a perioid of* tile more than ihree years i:
the Uni ed Stites. tit. iav resored to a state
Of Ht.Alti a n ijoithe fit, oer ON I HUN
DREl> Tll'.. USAND ple.son,. who w ejregv
en ve as i een able b% physiciai s ofilie Iiitt
rank and stinding. anild in man i eto when
every other iemedy hlad been ies' rted to ii
In all cases of Pain or Wealmnes. whetlier it
he chronie or receit. whether it he deafi- ts
or paiun iin the sid'. wheilie u t aris rm coinstitui
tional o from some innnediae cause. whelber it
lie n-i i rn i mat or xterid injury, it will b1
cured by persi*veringt in the use of tli se Pill.
Tl'iiisgreat priticiple oft 'PU auitG.NG" in si k
ness i- he; innin; to he ippitciated. It s1t'Onid
ticli more eiiveuint il take' nn ocenisim .il
do-e half. dozen Pill. an' he a n: s wi I.
iltn t)c send for ioetor aid he bled. bvt d,
.ai! salivated-%% ith t:.e cerinimty ia ;ti if you nre'
nt killed. von art' sure to have toobs i. -
erabile w,-. ki -s. toi d the ieol tinle who i, b. tie.
fitted is voniir Doctor Look at lie diflerence
hetn% fen the aip pe.irianre of Mioe tri0 aersolns
one :.:e hel. t etle dl b. yolir regilar prati-i.
tioeifr-see how pn v nand debilintied he is. se t
Itn tihe shnidot of deall iir wis li: solitary
lein e fron. li.; emaciated comi teim.tc, . :.-,e
hiowl he treib-s in eurv imb': li-& eyes sei I.
his teeth de-troevd-hi.- coniititiiioni pehui -.
irre ienbitlv -o e-vet. us: .ea' lio' thee Dlc
or arroniaes to himi'si iferedit. le F:ys.' '
inveternte ease ifl liver ciinplaitt"-"iothji
hill the moist energetic reiedtilie. sured him."
Enrgetic nirsunrfs! i. e. .1lereiriy nd fIleed.
i- rniiied his coniitution. het:er ay. So) to
t:ive life. you imust hull poika m itl i.t coin.
horter of the teeth and g-iis-1 I, CURY
mnd po-itive-v make a n,ni Imiseralle I' eal
remoaiierol his exi4:etce; thi is culed curiny
Sh.ockin?? 1' lly:
Li't its - ow Iook at yonr "ptirged'' man-ti
mar. who his !aken Brandreth's Pil s for Livej
Comidnint-lie has ih.- fire.. elastic trnd o-'
coni1sciiuiii strenth. his connlt1c..aice i. cli:i'
mid serene, his eve is full and sy. -iaig ..:
the felig of new lif tnd timaliiiti'io-: hI i
bee- elinied a few dats to I.is led nlii,
its 1d nll .-g- ht tihe TRUE i RANDIE-fli 'il.
tidi soon rose wvithout anly injimy bein. sustla,
d by lis' stitution. instet of being moni
in a w :k sta- J.e n ill be sm "e aftie lie
intire v recovetned the atlank; h'. tns. hi., b.l.
toid fltids leave becorie purifi.d. and havi
pu1rle0 ulaay lihe o-d anid impumre flnids, ihel
irls -are there-by renovatted. mid hei is tall hol.
iwni bv tcies- particle-. bit ias renewed
iF- an. bedv hoth.
Thris prinibilple of pnr.--ingn %%ithl Orandre
Pill. retuotv-s nothiinPg the useiess and .
nye partirtes tr'-ii the botly -the itiorbid a i.
*oirrnpt iuors of tIe blond ; tihose hitii
W. tch enose dise ase-thets iipede the inm -
piis of the liver i he! ihey settle upor ti:;
il i and whaiich when they se.tle upoi li.
unscles, produc'iaeirh malism; or, ill#n tle
tveS - rtodieie noil; for illon the Inngs pro
Il.- consinption; or. anoil the intie<1inles. cos
.% e ess; or. ilpon the linings of the b1.d v. .
els iipollexy i tnll pa alysis. iild a'l the rai q.
. e:-s o t aiienholy It, the sullerer and :
-o lie ldf them.
Y-- , pur ing the-se iumors fromlt the hid
- the ti e eire for ail these coimplaints. ln.
-very other formi of diseuset his is i o ni :
issertioi. it is a demoni able truth, anid enic
lay it is xterniidin itself. ar aid widf' it is he
-'in*iL knowin. nnd mor: & ire appreciated.
The Core by puirgin; may inore -lind ii
. laws which produce sweetmess for puri v
hut.. muy be Igenerally inmgined. Whaltfve'.
!11( to stagnate will prodine sicknes. b.
unse it tends to pntreletioi, tlerelhire the tie
'sitily ofefialstanit exercise is sen.
When con-t-int exercise cannot lie used
'ROLM ANY CAUS! . the ocensional use oi
)PF-NlNe 3 i.icisE is A ISOLUTI LY reiquir.
-! Thus fil' comirs (f the Br.oflD. the
-'NTAIN OF i.iF E lre kept free fronii linove in
trilies %% licih % otild prevenit its steady cur
ent minisiering henlth. Thus. meorbi hniors
irc previete f'roti becinClg mli.leid wtith it.
.1is ina-ture wvhiche is thus assisted thn iun::h tie
neans nnd ottels which she fias ieovided for
L)R.llfAtDRETHNIt's ricES inl 'ew V rkcania
41 BR(IA I) AY.1P7 udo shlh treetlft. ate 276
liewvare of con:iericits. Drumgg.ists NtEva
nade aigi its
Onily p nei it Chiarlestoni ihr Brndreth's
legetahbl 'Uiersael Pills. nt heich is my own of.
ice. ande opened for the exechtsive supply. Do
70-M FFTING-ST~it T-70
)ne door freem Queen. in the only tlg for the
rite Birandrethi Pi.fs. P's ice 25 cents per box,
vith lull fdirecmtis.
B. BRANDRl-'TH. M. D.
Thce Gasuntr. Brnindret:,'s Pills ire sold by
). A. DOWI). Fdgefield C. 1I. nd P'AR
tOTT"1 & YOUNG. Hlamblurg. S. C.
.inn' i,. t19 ndor 18
Abbev'itIc Lndrs for' sale.
. liftai he dfr. evisioin let Ahhet idle (:
VH. on the lirst Moneda.i in Se ptembler
texi, 1 7, tier's f vulenable lands, ia 2 tracts,
'iz: 1000) ar'res. knotu ea as the Walervihe tract.
ving $ tmiles -oimbl of Greeu.woodi. oe thme Mua
his roid-tiis tract is welt mnaproted. anld in a
ligh state of culiivaitioi. wit h 50)n acres clea. ed
-there tar' on it, lin excell.et itwo stors dwel
ie hio'esi iood Gin-hmonse. Barn and (':rrinege
iftnse. with till* othe e-cerunry oui tildings.
nid 1n1 excellein t ni ll of ood wn:, r iin the
The other truel conitaina 57(i aeres, adjoining
gewmreitk. witii twon meiles of the t re
voe'd Academies. [t has 10)0 acres clierred, 40
1 which tre fresh--a good DwelbiiL honse aned
[itchien. withe other fint biiidii'y. aid nen ex
rellenet Spring of' geeod wrt'er within 200 yards
f thee bionse. T1 m tmadle knowni ont the' daty
I. sailt .JE1.N P'AWRTLOW..
.ritue 1st. 19i39 nhb 19
The Cot mhbin Telescope wtill publish the a
otve 'ill the iday oif sale. eeiit for" nrd the lee.
ionil to thet subscriber, at Ne'wmarket, far.-pay.
iwnlt. .J.* P.
'I or -wo Lloy, fri- 14 to I10 .cers oaf
nyie,' who enati retid andi~ write well, will
nt taken na nunrentices nt this O11ien.
THlE GREAT BOUNDARY BATTLE.
N w te:1 us ali ibout tie wair,
And n% hat they siew each oiher fbr?
'1 he accthor of the o ugml Jack Down
ing LLLers has libeen of ilte e figatted ini a
correoniS1dence firom near the disputed
terreIury, wit his boroiber oalicer Ocn.
Mo r', of I e Ne. Y ork AMirror, iileost
o1 which, under the head fit "Letters Irom
John 611ith.of bminmville, Diwn East, tin
the , i.elf I'M l aii-,'' is composed ot epis
ties ironi I, stllon. a private i lhile border
atrmly if. ims the late terrible eompaign.
The tollow1 mg i-, tie Sketch ola dreadiul
di-churge lfi .ske-try liver the bonudary
linw, % higch mist ia e earriced distinay lii1o
ei ery kigdl it Eiingand. It b fold .in
mithls. \. e n111t' promi-e thar havingiii
hutlhing't to do. a cieiniicent of the main
are . fired - iih valo'. clettrmiiced tit see
die I.-undar. I e dic (I e liamle. Mr.
\t clii..mc iinelombe a tre to get tie
fir I view.
.-Ihat 1+1pn earth,"'said Sr-gel John
soni .is hcily ar i ln"
-'A squirrel, I ,ue'e.' aid I; 'I'll cet
1.otatlo. 6i0l) ha:. treed a sqirre'.
U in nr goi aloti;. np, f little nearet,
S"irmg4-m Juhnso ca2111e ot to him to knouw
w% ima. I:c n is doing ,u there.
'1I'i jutl- a lookincC 01i here Ill see if I
.te tie lile', sail I'llv. sIrl hicg his
em n a 1; .I %% .1 d1, and loikin. with
aji the e s~e in his head.
..ceil, (t ou bee it!" said Sargent
.5o li ii e .i.
-e'e it! no," sail fitly; "I don't see
nothllcing hut n oods, an( wocds, as fur as I
2argent Jcehinson told him ie glessed
%%. 41t11d see it iicker it ie was oi fhe
reicmL, than lie n ould lp tilre. So Bil
ia% com coliinn M agaili;ami w joui-eed aincig.
I -imc ! 3 m e come114 Illit tree ihi11t hal slie
4i if mi Is aind spots Ol to sii'ei of it.
,cu IP leit.id aloii. i'll. and soulith (of
i1.1r', for Sa'genl Jonlmmo .;md I'e line
.11m. noriiih hulit ch ni.eniii, and
hom i srtie more Ir'cs mir'ked antd
,:;.-tiedjesi liku if.
-.Ah."says -:arenic Johnsoin. -'we've
iemi it. 'iti' is lihe huiitiury 1in114; we've
..i 11 anlast. Nilw look fl -Pe. it* %-tiu
;tic me. tll- liritih (on 'tothec side of it; and
N-i every man holic n i his ccn ciand be
:Cj no fire. '1 Iiny til h nrd."
We lotir-. aer. s 2ii line. and looked'
iikced, h21t ie cm dci see iothim'
.lii tree m hun buhes. m.ill ' oceds -fud
-wamcips. V% t, ioilleied across th lile as
rd as vi e could ihca11 1, s. c iV we (4cul
r ise nny of ihl. 5rei-h, f4r .%e all elt as
-,We i.aauied to have a brcsi. Aid w v
tililt l.i U; fir t they an-wered is-: hut whien I
iciomc" to bller a;:ain. n ; found it was
lv the echc. or ourowi voies. ihc' come
h..e'k frmi 161 ilts a 1t11.* wars iff. So
nI marchei along the line two or three I
0es, hii WP tcld'I' se nor ieair nochic'
,I ibody. At last %i#' soil dowiin, atid got
.1 mital oiiut of our kinaplack and eat
ictr dlinner fnd rested a while. %t hen
e got ready ti stt ne-ii to gic baick to
ir Flort. Sarent Johinson aid we lhould
itilt th iiilish (file briid-.ide befire n e
eift ''m. jest to let 'em knien what the
I ankee boys are maile fit. So he told us
io set' iba r our gins n w, all .ighit; and the)
ie- or' cred us to stand uip all in a row.
11d toe the lint. lacicng to thel- British side;
.fill then we give ics oil' the word
"Mctake ready! take uicmb-flre?"
"There," says Sargean John,i.o, "now
I canl go homei' cOentlcled, war or tfo war;
or tee've poured one good grist into their
erory. uid they may help themselves if
T1hie' em''nlii. '!ic~h is d(hiitless frome
iii. is uiac occly record cof a tacttle during
he whole e:ncimeigcc.
SUn-'l nR-.A sut av ie us..t .--"What i'
h le e'lleei (ci th sub-trteascir3 sicem e b ut
Ie muiptiy. beLyon~d (cOmtp11niticon, Cith uccm
aer depic'ettt Executive c1l, ersT!" J
I1c wioutl, iii in optetionc have '-the ef
ie'i" ofi pre.vehl iccg puibiic dtelltctin, bcy
treenttinu lice firsi step toweardis it-use
ai lice puhucie funds.
it woul. it cin lcpeLraion, ebcain the legs
:) iuiw ha Vt hgb (call leg treaserst, andl
:buinc thked tcoUot i'racn, it' the) hi-uke the
it wouhIdcleose the 41414r to tile W.hig I
themee -21 rceorrincg t ic'ir j~et Icomck sys
ecc of dlgepstes---'el el" ' hat wi ould
iive dhe WAinge~s in desperauocin.
lI wouldc, it It haed bcee'l n m iperationi,
lmce prevecnced the W leug Coniserva~tive
awajrcinoeut puc'keingc aJb(Ve if mi.iteou of CI
he pcelte's5 moe'y, andi coopjed iml uic
e'crely withinc Ihe dacrk w~clls ol a prlisoid ,
icsteadc ol giving hciccn the raenge ol the eas r
It woculd,. if it had1( beena in opc'eaticin;a
i'n Ve pcre'vented' the Ioss co te ipecile', bly e
nniki. inc rus'edl n ithi the pul~ ic f' uds, of1
92.0t0 icc Ge~ne'n~ck..iet~onst's etbniiiitrai-h
iiccc cci $2 o,0.Jinc Ml r. .5. (. Adc:cnns' acd- u.
ninistrauticon; ccl $U0,00 in Mr. Monucre's
idmciisrationi; .nd col c $J,00,000 previous
4c that adinit'raltionl.
ft wouldt leave pt'evecitedf the lcoss Iby col- s
re'tor,,, cccer-hal s, atcornteys, &c., of alcove f
m,000,)0(t;O.an by1 t luccd re'eivPe', paiymais- '
fi' wi l' tecr in ccperactumc, ii wuoucld hacve s,
md; ei e ff'er C Icc prcecluide dchecruinous creidn
t ssc'n in rebIatiocn tc liindts f'or dutlies, bcy b
v hiceh the peopleihi ha~ve lo'ic, ofi their nac
usual revenuIe'. nocl less clhanc $9 200,000~i. c
ic r'e cc'en. i< lie lecss ccf t went y and n u
ni' millionse, thact woculd havc~e bcc sav'er'!
r(he nevernmenft had adhered to the in.u
dripendent trasurv and cash sy41 m, (11n
which the framers of' the constutit m ill
leflled it should operate, ;ind on which it
would, probtabls, have operated from tiwl
hbeginning,had not ite first Secretary of the
Treasir . Alexander Hatilton without re
gard to inaw or constitution, run the fedler
ul car off the course, on a track of his con
HaNRY A. % si.- 'he following i-,
extracted from a long article in theNational
Guzet.e and is a graplie description of' the
ditlignished Virgiia Orator, hlenry A.
"In person, this gentleman is about six
l'eet ins lieight, and slenderly made H is
hait' is a ->hade bewen black and light-a
hrownish shade pervading-he mears it
lo g ti tront and stior telid. His fore
head is brond, itussive and ully miellect
nul. lin debalte, hli.- ees, which are dlark,
11lash wilh exirenlie uinil:ationl. Il no0 e
is prominlentI & ilecilLed ith largte lnomiris.
i its moith is large., mid chin substitial
mid manl) lie has ito red in his cheeks,
11n1d %I t illn- .; 1:an n tl a iekh l k k i, ex
p, tsieion is fhat fill a old. indep ent.
Leofrewalus,hi h iltnkmi ian. His llman
pievain ilmlum tiat would he remarkable
iii a chiaracterui nt. h jtid man. li fle
414. i.1 circle he Is it'. life wln sotl. Full of
itmor, fui and .t iecdo te atd excessi ve
honne hotnnittie.? lie is the leit natured
o.. inimont imitt ever ldris' d wit or tfter
d at Senmnt.1t Ills h t its are rigidly
orr'ct, to title stes him drink any tin!
itronger than 1 ine or %. attert and it has
teen well remarketi t anoither describer
f this genth-man. .:mi it is lortinae that
te is so alt-ennmits, for were it otherwise,
te olid be exceedingly igerots." As
de haler he: is quik antdl lull of* enegy
ire is ti mor.'etirehmtr-tg n he is. %o
o the m:. I wlo falls under lhis disdpleasure.
[ie is fertciotis in his angel but o onte sees
t in hisi- mannersaive a tice observer. All
iter emotions MTe eXpre,sedl in his ges
tires and 1,is ltootks. but his pe'r!stnal raue
ms no interpreter save in the firm set
notilh the untflitchIng and vithirinto eye
ill lifte compt, act and sitlet rigidits io-ve
- tmu.scl4e. Ilii voice is th. it lon; his sine
jelilte.rat; aid he is a, compised as if' lie
at s a -sin his servatt fihr - drink of water.
St :.eh tiometts we til not believe that
ie % onild lttle his eve, or chanve his mind
tlttte U hatever d tiger might."
Condaiition of the Press.-The ennehit in
t p tll liess ilthi, oiiitry, in relerene
o the -%stei, ol im!iscriintate eredit on
1 hebt it las beent so aenerally contdcietl.
S begitting to engage the atttention of the
-onditttors of journals in varietns parts of
he countiry. The system, the' Philadel
thia Nortf Americatt remarks, "is iitiri
ts hoth ito the pihiiislters andit to those
uisc'rilbers nho illy. The aniunt of'
nety thus it ist. n% unld, ifex pentded otn tb1e
Miter a, it might h.ve teen, have increas
-.1 it' irateiveness atni hundred fold. 1.
s a fuel wihich we enn voneh for, ttt
here are siandin2 ont the hooks of' a larae
'saiblishment in an atdtjiining citv, hald
leits t thlie tmtuni oof 0 s o000 a ndb ot
htsse of ntmther to the amoi of S60.000J.
l'hPse are but two in..tances whiclh have
'llen under our (own observation. and
here are dobitle-as many papers in the
-ountry which coild present n long anid
Ippalling array of delitqencies. rTe
tress wouil he rendered minre independ
nt by a cash sysmem, and would a'.oid
nany impttatintts which are cast upoun it.
Ii Lndon this system is universal; the
tmpers are hawked through the streets as
he peniy papers are itt this country."
The New A4rt.-ht app'ears thatrtneithter
1i. Da:gnerre, nor Mr. Tralbot are the true
riginattors of' the inew art of.,.tnn engra
inl!. A irs. Niepee hats Rshown that he
erodete'd the satme r'esuits lont. since, and
mt this stubject the London Athetment
us the f'tl lowitng astuinbtg partienlars:
"''The most eur'ioins fact in relatina' tot
his discitvery yet remanins .in he told. It
roilid appear. cottsidering the character of
lie piciures, all but ipossibtle that i
iressions front them couldi he multiplied,
fter the mannner of aa enigraving; -M
)aguerr'e, inadeed, stated to us tat i wias
opetssible'. andu it is bitt reasonable to -he;
ieve thlat he is as fully itiformed of tnu
ore and extent of the. dlisegvveriesras aI
iepece hirnself. Yet ii8g, M Nej
ol only delared hat frwpa"ptestal
ridatced apcitniens tiisbehmulpied co*
ie's: and Mr. Baner;'has noW t.ils: pas
essioni, not only (~tibs OCenravinlie
ermanlently by :the~ aciipioto likivfet
lscene' from nalenre blut - -&itic~
inutes engraved, uriS engravings copiedfr"M$
!lem: atndhe utnderstood ;itd helieves that
it engraving tool was use'd, hut thait Lthe
rawings toere fixed by the action of light,
nd the' plaite subsequently eng'raved by. a
kiemiralI process. discotvered by Mr. Niepice.
'iii, the greatest secret of all remains yet
s be mnade pntieC aete is, wet believe, as
ntknown to M. Dagiterre as to ot hers."
.jour. of Belles Lettres.
N,'w Gut.- We were shewnt a few days
ine;e, a newly invented Guin, wihich, as
rn as we were able to jtdge of the tmerils
I' such death eliing imtplemtetnts, is Ihe
ratst inleetionts and effective wie have.e ever
een or heared of. It has rcceived the
amte of the Torpedo. andI was invented
v Mr II. F. Smtilh. oh' Soulh Hadley,
'lass.. and1 mmtae in that teown. It is so
onstruceied that the cartriedge, which con
tints the ptowder, hall, oir shot, andt wad
ing in their prope-- (Irder, is inserted in a
hnmhter at one: and in a moment of rime;
aid the discharge is produced by percns
sion, the restilt of a rod or piston driven
foreis4 throu.:h a cap, to a powderin the
ebabier. WVitih smh facility i the pro.
ress carried on, that the piece can he char
ged Iand disch;arged ten filnes inl a minire,
or once in six seconds. The mnchinerv
(onnierled with the gun is entirely hidden
fronm sight. It is said to be perfeily safe,
and is considered a great improvement o
ver evern olter fire arm that has been in
Schools in Turkey.-Seven neademieg
-re a.. he established in Turkey, at the ci
ties oift' rsi iinople. Adrianople, Saloni
ca. Bronssa. Sitmyrn.,, 'Bag'lad, and Tre
hizonde, where. amiotg other scienees,
nathenatiiies. jhysics. id chemisiry, fire
to be especially taught. The gover'ineitnt
.t thiat euntir) ott)n% think. tht tl:c only
Stato ' enre anumbe-r of prej udices, is to
make real knowledege more eeneral. The
lecriires are to b,. de-livered inFrench an. in
Tiorkisl ani the- Siian has requested ihe
Aradh my of Sciences in Paris to send
hin some voiung professors. Irhe neade
iies of Constantinople. SmttyrnTa, and Sa
l. 'ieni. -.. *tr, ge'ograp, and history,
are to be tasughit in French,. alter the Eu
roj-can ( nitter The professors ate to
have a fixed salary, and a pension on re
The influence of words is inealculahte.
Men will do th r w hei it is called by a
:t ile ime, from which they would ofterr
,hrink if it were correctly and strongly
eharniterised. With this truth in 'icw, it
is linibly submitted whether there i, int
I better term fIor the act of appropriating
funds ititrusred to one's charae than the
decent prnse ''defalentioni" Pistol calls
it --to convey;" hut the nneient is not au- .
thority in philological or moral matters,
and besides lie had a purpose to serve in
sninothitg the rough edges of the title of
Ihi4 I<avourite proflesional poirsuit. Let de
fslenttion he called stealing. and let it be
pttnihel as stealing, amid it %%ill not occur
guite so freqtently. It is known that fine
ti . tseless in oiie lraneh ofctnliary
iperaiions: hut it oilier respects they may
lie tted so ns to csiuse the superficial to re
gard crime with ;a lenient eve. & they have
loti entnbled the vicious to flourish without
Stop my Papir.-Our readers no douit
recollect the fable of the old man, who,
in taking the Ass in market. attempted to
tolease every bouly, pilesed nobody, and
lt-I his beast in the bargain. The' editor
o"ia newspaper who atlemprs to pursue a
like course, will lie very likely t fisnd
himseli it a similar predicament at las.
There is non% and then a subscriber. wh
Sippealers r think the paper lie takes, is pul
lished for hi, special and sole benefitt and
that the pi'liher is bound, by all posihsile
reasons to ,hnpe his course entirely with
that vien and to ol.ey the dirtatesof tht one
,bseriber.thotgh by so doing evervoiher
one might ie di.enised 1i1 driven 'an nly.
.hotuld the publisher refuse t) submit. the
die tntor steps forward, a very picture of
onded dignity, and. with all the hatiteur
ofa n enbroned monarch, cries, "Sop i7my
paper," with an air that seems to say, this
is to be the t hilt of your establishment.
A cause of IWar.-'r 87 years, the Por
ligttese. Duteh, En.ulish and French, dis.
piared the po-ssession of no insignificant
little island cnlled Arqutin or Arquime. It
is situated on the const of A frica, a(d is a
bout i wo miles long and not quite so wide.
Stipulitions in treaties, attacks in defen
ces, vessels chasrgedl with the bomibord
tment of it-suppies sent for its protection,
&'. filled the gazettes anid omfcial dlee
parches. . Now ii is abandoned as nor wor
Thy any body's possession--and we dare
say that ninue in ten of the readers of this~
paragraplh tmay never have heard its tnm'
even. Itris mentioned in none of our works
on geograp~hy: and its precise location is
not known. Of such are the causes of
war-and (in sneh pretexts are blood and,
treasure wanred.-N. Y. Despatc..
A small diference.-Anu i ndivid unsome
whienre in Misseiuri, advertises a pointer
dlogfor. aire -Twventy dollars, cash; a
andiired~ dollars, credir.
9-Rine. as Romnans." 8tc-in most; ei.
ie"-nnd-towns. the -ladies have pet dg
which theyvearry. withlthenm ip their- car:
nar gheyareat home. Iii Cin.
einnatt igs are used..a asu'bstitute, aird:
~e~'vieirsfonahle young ladye coes n'i
'in herfipdwhen she takes a rie thvougf'
tie city. -The louder a pig s-ruteals th
more highly he is valued.:
- There is a man dlown south,.who cele.
brates htis birth dany by paying for all his.
newspapers. Let's make bin President?
in old times (1/47); it is the tip of
fashion for a female to sport a lonig '.aist
coat with pockets in each side, and nothing
was it ore common than to see a lady spio
inti street yar, with her hands i'n hee
pocers' Our miodern belles, however,.
wvishing to diff'er frain the other ser as
muich as possible, carry their pockets in. -
A fellow who will cheat a printer, wifl
roh a hen roost; and for either offhee de
serves to be measurod for a halter, with
directions for despatch and a tight fit.
He who begins life with "Nil admirari?
will end it "Epicuri kle grEe Dordlis"