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e amount duo to
you ~titioner. which
ing tothe t fyou. p1
knowledge and belief, contais a
correct ist 0f all your petition
itors, their residence, nod the
ne to each of them; which sched
ed as aforesaid, your petitioner
'mas be 2ke as part of this has pe
'whch delts 701r petitioner show
et h bae not in wbole or in part been cre
ted in eeequece of any defalcaton by
you petitione as a public officer, or is
executor, ad lbistrator, guardian, or trus
tee, or while acting in any other fialuciary
capacity. -And your petitioner fuather
*hows, that the seitedalo hereunto annex
ed, and marked "inventory of property."
and signed by your petitioner. contains
a correct inventory of your petinionor's
property, right, and credits, of every
name, kind, aod description, and the loca
tion and situation (of each and every par
cel and portion thereof, to the best ot your
petitioner's knowledge and belief, %%hich
petitioner prays winy be taken as part of
this his petition.
Your petitniner therefore respectfully
prays that hie may. by decree of this hon
urable court, beleelured a haankruapt ac
cording to the provisions of the oct of Con
gess, in such case made and provied:
. nd that such further order and proced
ings as are provided for, directed. or reqir
ed in and by the said act of Congress be
Dated, &e. Signed by the Petitioner.
Form of the jurat to the foregoing-,
United States of America,
District of is: On this
day of A. D 18 . personally ap
peared the petitioner ahore niamed.
and being duly (swont,) made solemn
oath that the foregoing petition by uitn
signed is true.
(or such other officer as may b
anuhorized by the courts,)
Nte.-If the list of debts an:1 property
should be brief, they may be stated ic the
body of the petitiun and the schedules dis
Fran the Carlestoa Afereury.
-LAv.Doeion.-The following opnini
of Judge O'Neall, its an expouition (of the
late Act, may be useful if kno%% n thrmch
oat the State. The ease was argued al
Jabo Ceataord Kerr Chambers,.
The 13 adk of Charleston. - Pe1W1842.
The Defendatt. who is in custody ofihe
Sheritrof CharlestonDi'trict, under a wrii
of Capiasal- Satisfaciendumn, hefore the
- as[gef the Act of 1841 to extend the
a.- Mdn th e IGnOo -a&aLm A
- now moves to have ti benefitof the laTt
Act extended to him.
I have no doubt that he is entitled to it.
The Act provides tiat the " Limits and
hounds of the Gaols of the Judicial Dis
tricts of this Staie, he I the samte are
hereby extended to the limits and houndla
ries of the Judicial Districts in tvhich they
are situated." This makes thet lloundl rot
which the D)efendanat gave hotnd co-exten
sive with the District;t for wshen the lioundls
were enlarged, it is in the letter of his Bond
that he should have thestane enlargemntt.
lHe is bound to remaina iina thme tiamits
and Bounds of the Gaol..f Chaartletn Die
trier. Whtat ate theyv ? The limits attd
boundaries of Charlestona Jutfiein i~tr ict.
is the legal aniswer. It mayv he ntaec'ary
that the Defendar.t:& lhi, saritlas shanajd.
in writing, under lh.ir seal-s on lhe hac-k oft
their Bonatd. acknowledge the lotud to bec
under the Act or 1841l as nsell ne the Acs-a
of 17-4 and 18410, andl covenlant thna the
debtor shall, accordintg to the laiw, re-ndle
a schedule of tais estlnte. and at te espira
tiooftlhe notice undter the inolv-en: lDe-t
ors Act, assign and sturrcnder. a' for ns ina
his power, the properly mentioned itt said
- On this acknowledgment anal addiainnatl
covenant being mnade and ent-red into lhv
the Defendant and hais accurities, ** It is
ordered, that John Cesafeard Kerr do have
the benefit of theo Act of 1841, attd be sai
lowed1 the enlargemennt ther--hy providedu
for in the extension aof the limnits, andl hauds
of the Gaols of the several Districts in this
JOHN BELTON O'NE.\LL.
Benjamin I". [leant, for thte mnoaion.
Petrigru & Lesesne, for tiae Bank.
F'eb. 15th. 18412,
Sou t Carolina Blar Association.-At
the annual meeting of this Associatin,
held at the Library Room, on Saturday
last, the followring gontlemnen were iece
officers for the ensuing year:
lion- D~avidlJohnson, President. Jan. L.
Gantt, Esq. Sec'ry. Trea.'r. and Librarana.
Standing~ Commiuee-Richarl Yeadon.
Chairman; bat. B. J. Dunkin, A. 0 M~a
Kirath, Gee. B. Eckhard, and Jno. Phillips.
4T.President read the following letter
frost Henry A. Desaussure, Esq
CEAarLES-ros. Feb. 7, 1812.
and Mensbers ofthe
I beg leave to present, for
a bust oftmy late 'eaterua
attention manifested to
:" .y the Bar of Charleston,
respect shown to his
That the thanks of the Asso
iendered through the .President. P
espected Associato Henry A. De- 'i
ft, Ebq., for the Bust of his venera n
fa er. the late Chancellor Henry Wmo
ussure, and that it be placed in a con- u
picious position in the Library of the s
Resolved. That i e
much gratifled b I faid! them
hy their taleuteflriend COl. JohiS. Cog
dell. In perpetn e tbc nemory of some of
the distinguishti4 metbers ofthe Bench of
this State, and they conaratulate him on
the ability and tasitdisplayed in the bust
of the late Chancellor Desaussure, this day.
presented to them. by his an.
The President rent1 the folloing leier
from the Hon. B. F. Powter, of Alabama:
AlnLK. (Ala.) Iay 14, 1841.
To the President and Maniers ;the
Bar Association of Chadsoa :
Gentlemen-The association, some time
since, couferred upon me the honor of re
ceiving. for Vhe use of itl'eir library. a por
tion of the volumes of Alabama Reports
I respectfully ask permission to add lour
volumes of those prepare! l'y nyself. that
the serjes may he complete.
Whdle it gives me pleasure. as a mein
her of the profes.ion. to aid in frnitshin2 the
lar of Charleston with the jndical deci
sions of a sister State. it anolrds me still
tiore gratificit ion torecall the connection
which exists bet weenCqrolina and miyself.
as an individual. I do nut know that, in a
communicati of this character. it i. prop
er to allude to this cnnnection; but I will.
I hope, be pris ileged to associate the AzTec
lion which I hear my native city. with thii
tribute to her ditinguisled sons.
A ing residence in Alabama has not
caused me to forget what I owin to your
Statc; and I am %ure that the feelings I
entertaint itowards her soil ail people, are
not inconsistent with ite gratitude deser
vedly due tic country of .my adolion.
Kowing that the ntich and Har or Car
lina furnish exaimples of private and Imb
lie vitue, which her cigrnut children may
proutly emulaie, I nak to renew the assn
rances of mny profotund re'speci.
BENJAMIN F. PORTER.
O motioon of it. Yeadon. Esq.
Redselvd. That the thanhq of the Aso
ciatiart he returned to the lion. Benjamin
F. Porter. of .\tabam. for his very liberal
present f the fth. 7th. 8th and 9th vol
uKS (if Poirter'. Ieports; and thnt 'he Li
brarian be directed to address him a snita.
ble letter of neknow ledgnet otn behalf of
the Association.-Carleston Courier.
Health of Charlawon.-The Antual Rle
portof denths for the year 1IS1 has becen
handed to us. The total nowaber of leaths
in the city was 594 which is a little less
than one in fifty of the population-cere
more thain sutaiieg the reputatiol of
Charlesio:i health. The greatest mortal
11y from aty onae diease %%as 9S frow
Consumptio,-" hii, from the several Va
ridies of Fever there were only 56 deaths.
Of the whoto.un-ber, 131 were under I
sear; 50weie over 70; 30 werer over 80:
12 O'er 90 and :3. over 100 year- of agoe
The greatest- moruiliy was itt July. '.5,
-and the least in Fehruarv, .7. We sub
joinl a summary of clnscs of the ppula
tiomi, embraced in the [etoport.
Ortilese. were Whites,25_; Blacksand
- it T : s.--'q. 171
While Females, &I
Black .\3les. 16.5
Black Females. 170
F'oreignetr5, 4 1
Non resident., 12
. Total, 591
IProportiun of hah I in 50 -:td
In thte Virginia litne of Defle::~nae ou
TFhutrelay h tt the hill providing for a lan
ia thet .1:nnies Riveir aindl Kantan~ h.a Comtnpa
ny .j atakenupCon its secutnd reading-..
.\lr. Tas ha.r, of Norfolk hiorotugh. intgni
red whther lie rriendl and rebstioni af Getn.
I iamiltt n oi . C., w as noat ex pected itt
R~aihmottd, this eveninug tandm whtether,
on~f his arrivatl. is mti;:ht ntot the expected
that atrrrtn;:emnta wotuld be miade toP sip
p1y the mteattt oft ite~ J:gtnes River ;anda Ka-.
nawhta Comtii onyt. sid to thavme beci is
applied by Gen. I Iamitilon.
.\ r. Dormtan relied.a. that a friend of
Gain lI. was expected in Richmaod, this
evenaitng, b-oa thatr [is expected arrival cituha
not alter dhe necenity n hieh eriii, for a
speed'y atction ott the piart oaf thte l.egi..la.|
tore in grantintg the teliet' aakedl for ont thei
pirt of the Jamtes Rhiver aid KarawbIa!
Comtpany-T1hat a letter htadl bieen r'ceii
ed by la~t night's mtail fwmi him~t enein::~rt
aute fromn Gen. hiamtilton hluia, ii ::tve
him inuch happintes to state. palacedl lie
conduct of that geutlemuan in a mttcht more
favirable poinit of view, thatn he (.Mr. D.)
hand been led to expect, lie wvas no w satis
fed. ilium thon::h ::uilty of an indiscretion,.
Gen. [1. hadt! tot beeni guilty of an act of
moral turpitudle. le aded, that he was
now inclinemd to believe that nto loss would,
in the cend, be sustained by the Company
in con-<qouce of the agency of Gen. II.:
knt itat thte t tiers thetn itn his possession
satisllcd him that thet indaemnity coul'!limit
Ibe prontply furnished; and. therefore, tha'
ecssity existedl itt full force for the
intrposition) of the General -A ssembly, ini
order to redeem the credit of the Company
by the pritttipt redemption oftheir hypothe
After some discussion. thie bil was final
ly laid on the table till to-morrow.-Chaar
From te Char leston Courier Feb. 21. i 842.
Fire.-A fire Ibrokeouit yesterday morn
ing about half past 11 o'clock, ina the se
cond story of a kitchen attached to a house
situate in Green-street, itt the itmmediate '1
vicinity of the Charlestoni Collage, and
owned by Capt. John J. Alexander. By c
.thtimely arrival, howaever~ofihe Charles- 1
Neck Fire En.gine Conipany, the flames .h
eson atrested. It has beeneonjecin- n:
at the liro must have beetn the work re
naliary as the piremises have been i.l
for soveral month,-.t
West Point Milhary . re
ly-tn a resoltion.er the Se ..in rela
un to tbeuamhler and rule
teats ofthe-Cadets at West $1e
secre of.War states that. domber
f U s at presenft in the a uis24,
Ai tbt'hey are apportioned. the
everaI.Sales and Territr
Now York -3
North Carolina 8
South Carolina -7
Dimtric Cltolumb - ia
Appointment at large beingpmerlly
he descenidants of officers and weldiers of
hie llevolutin and of the last wrar, ap-.
ointed as fullowi:
Sons of living and deceased opcers of
the arnty and navy eiti
From Virgintia 4
Pennt ITnui.t .3
New 'ork l, 1
Rhodte Island.- -
Mtaryland * -1
Charged to no State
Tot al at large 3
Tutal now in the academy 240
The arrangement which now exists in
the War Department respecting theipppr
ionment of endet , an as ti apporto'n0 e hem
monlg the several States, is stateUto be
n ibi r: . .a.d I ,
li n the month of February or %lar
anitually, lthe n.ppoinlteents; are made from
rtmung the applicants i n hose namestrtn e on
the register; are beio: tenr to distrihute
Ihrm as narlyas circum tances williter
tin, to as to give one cadet to each con
cre1-ionl dittrict, excepting in iheStates
-&f Iaware, Arkansae, aud 3lichigan,
wi I in costideration of the larennrdp
reantid fraveion in the irsi, and the gro -
inu popuboiun fiai the others, are ointeed
two calEi t each. th
Ncw further stataed liat shelows enola
ting thle number of cadets.inth my
Mi e been tis constiasf y the poprat
-A uCmber of eidets i ith-c at
- Wat Pint.-A gret t dIal has exniaid
ini Congres, and onut of it, i newpaprs.
ande tpubli peechesbo the rsocr a
ofn Wet Pti andItat *thmem appitments
[mare all rom h fhigher clase of cittiz oae
Lshe frollowinytable, mextrcted to the b
Newcr York FCanin Psos t. hrws Farmcrs.
1i7ls the Ihmeri era'hth or
Acey ad :h pope' n e-cfic
ouhmnycaat r, n. elentguli
Kdi ftiran riatrous.
Thel'ulowingstacort o te ornpa-r
IPoir eivdfo a uhi.ticsorce
" 1 -' Landtero.
"' 7 "C"lr fc s
" 2 " lafaen.ad
8 ollr ortep
" 13 " " aserhaoiea
" 1 " " Cilerk. g'r
4 " ': whioe ofu
I " "bCer;;stpend
"ta 72 Cvl icr
Of hee trnhunre antof y.n. n
" t8 "p"retices of t heteacinmi
n rrdcdcrusAa r -
" 3rat " "unuuacs offier of, phe
"o cdto o" t " pae stert of a
gnkooa.-I wil be ercevedel fo
tle aove statemen', that no uen~ebr of
Cuongt.--s and the hi;;h functiunary tof eith
er the general or state goVernmetits, has a
sotn at West l'oint. and that indetpendertly
of those whowe fathers must be sppposed it
be men of little influence. there are fifty
one who are fatheress.
- EDGE FIELD C. 11.
WLDNESDsT. l.,nten 2. 1842.
To Dlinquent Subscribers.-lHaving co-rn
nenced oar se enth votlune. and feeling desir
oue uf making various insprovennteos in siur es
talslishment, we are in wait of fund-.. to procure
the ssecessary-materials to cair out our desir
ed object: and to whomss are wo t' apply flt
those -lunds but our patron.s. who have been
supplied weekly, with the various niewp; and
sotse of whiain have not paid one ernt. 'or the
lasttwo or three -ears, for Susocription. Ad
vertising or Job Work. To those wh lto are it
arrears fsor Subecription, and will liquidate thesir
accounts boy the Marclh court, we will receive
$3 per year, but alter that tine we shalt in all
cases exact $4. the terna of the paper. We
lave. at no linac. since the paper has been in
u1r liatds,. been very great duns, but fiud tsit
the accotaLs are Iecoming Fn large on our
book;. antd moncy so scarce an artidr. that its
sef jusLtiication. we sha-1ll have to adopit the
dusning,. if nit the rash system.
We hope our ddipnqcnl subscribers will come
rorward, oxr and mr.t., ad ,save at, the troubde
sfseimn:ling. and themuselves the rxynse of being
waited on by a collector.
A Connttsicadion signed - Water," was mn
initeit tiotally sovcrlotoked, until too late for this
paper; it will appear in our next.
The Candidates.- Scarcely a day passcs with.
out tie question being asked or us. who are the
candidates for electioni fsor seats ii tie iext ILe
gislatusre I We are of cnurse. snable to anrn er
the que.iun, and would isggest to thorse gentlo
ten who feel devirspus of aspcaring hefrre their
fellow citizens as c.didates the propriety of
having their names annouunced.
We thankfully ackiowledre the receipt of a
number of new'.papers and public decuments,
faoi the Ifo. F. W. Pickens.
NOMINATION FOJ GOVERNOR.
In a recent numbr of our paper, we copied
froin the Charleston Mercury, an article by the
I editor, upon the nomination of General laut
moad for (;ivernnr in coinsequence of the
press of other mntter. we made no comment at
the time. but oir ft-elngs constrain is to s.ty.
that we halled thei.i anaotceiient with the ain
cercat leteare. We believe that it %%ill meet
the approbation of otr brethren of the press.
generally. in South Carolina, and very proba.
bly, of the whole corpi editorial. Ino the las-t
cativaSs fsr the giberuatorial .ffic-. we were
adri utes. antd wvati adtvocaite- for the electios
ofosur prVsensat highly poputilar ani ellicient Chief
; Xngi-trate; but eveni duriig that cotest. -
entertait.ed the highsc!t regard (or General
ilaniond. and never spoke of him in any other
terns than those of kiniiess .nd respect. Hiat.
we thiuk no apsology necessary, fsir tie course
wO In comtnon. wit:l a large! majoirity of hae
Deo ti party inour State, took at thal pe
gmgfour:89t ant to the niniation of
r Genera.Himond. We have been for sonme.
time, satisfied that lie was the choice of the pol
ple. Tlat he! will sustaan the character and the
principles of the State. hce e'cani be no queis.
tiona. Yonng as be is, lae has acquired~ ata n
viable reputan. Whilst in Congress. birief
as was Isis career, he gaves indicatiosn sof talenats
of a bsich orsder: rasd i or conatest wvith thes
Getneral Gnoverotunn. Isi< ;tabe viid~iatin of~
the peensliar paru.cihp'es of thse tt:te~ fIhghts par-~
ly, eat ned a chiaracter of the mnost snns l.in:~
airmnss Dett Gr~eral limmond steeds nos
teistimnonials from us, oftais ql:ahficati..n<s fir the
hsigh ands resihile stat ion for wvlhi lie Ihas
been snomiinated We~ ttrust, that hae wvill receive~
the ua:iitnous suppoasrt of both parties ini our
. Irunt 'oung Lad.-Ins at ume
of thes .,sth Cas ohnsian. we' finds thes riooig.
wichist we copy frotan a letter uf the Washsintonssa
Corresposndent of' that papesr:
- h Prsiden:tt's sdaugahter ElizabsethI.
wa-, marriedl toa a .1r. Wazller. ssf Ruih
sns'sd. sn 3londasy ni::hr. aind each suceeds
ina~ tnighat wa ns detivse to par lies at the
White I Isuse, anad tharoughout 5h lc (ity.
In thae aunte paper we litnd thes follo~winsg ari
cte extractedt tfrean thse Chaartcston Pa' riot:
-arri'age. ina Ihgh Lfe.-Ona .alrnd'ay
last sthe lin. (:;tebI Cushling. saCf~ .%s:~.
chsaactis lest to the altar of hlymtet, Ihi
oh the Unitedl Statte<.
The mn:ijur ity sof ieiss are' wesll enousgh pje::.u.
ed tos get s'ne knland.Iss. t tst ine'kv' is Mis.
Try ler, toa maary twou. ands on ti e ea.- sevetning.
W1e think ?.:ch consdct un ->n,.titutwnalI. ev tn ina
a Presidesit's dlnagbrer. ltnt itn sober earne.t
are you not qm5iing 555 brother Pemsberton
Pray, clear sup thtis mnystery.
Admnissions to tec Bar.-The followinag gen
temna wiero n the Ir5:h salt.. exuaninesd aid nd.l
mitet by the Law Cousrt uf Atpr.t. ina Charles
ton, to thes practice of lawu itn thae supherior ansd
inferior Cusurts In this Stt.Sme T. At.
liinson. WV 1. Bobho. J. II. Dawkin... W. II.
Evans, C. D. Evan., Paual S. Felder. G. F.
Hsalmes, Edward Magrailh. J W1. M~ay, Aarosn
aloise, WV. A. Owenas, II. L Pinckne.y, Jr..
WV. W. Rlenwick, Itaskell S. fhesta, fI. It.
Spatnn, James A. Strsbhsart. 8 S. Tlompin5s
W. 11. Thomapson, Jamecs Tsupper, DI. 11. Wit.
On the succreeding day. ilse followiing genatle.
Inen were exaineasd ansdnmittedl by slhe Egnity
Couart of Appeals, to pratesice as ~silicitorg in
the Courts of Egnity of tis State: Josephs II.
Dtskes, Edward Mlagrtah, Jatmes A. Strubhart.
Appoiata ent of thec Gorernor -I enry A.
Mleetze. Esq., ha's bee~n appsosiesd Caimmtaissiiin.
er ina Equjity. for I.exingtson [Distruct. in place of
Benjamin T. Saxons, Esq., resignedi on account
uf ill health.
31. WV. hlastleo. Eiiq., of Marion Distrist.
was, on tho'2lst utt., adssitted to tpracticc ina thec
[L S. District tan-I Cirenit Courts in tis; s'..,
?ncries in te olm
ut to the rulers of
v' prestin they C3
vill no doubt be a
)(this idtict, and in (act1
in the iabit or trading wit
laiburg. As we have a i
Bank of Ianiburg, or aniy other Ba
totally twaauainted with their
ceeding, and of ceeursc cannot presdi to" y
they Iave not acted in all tair dcalngTir
tihould have done : rie Journal previous to
making the enquiries, says:
"1 Thle people have been deoranded too lun
by the banks. and an the up-coutitry folks. as
well as the citizens of thi< pl:ace, are deepiy in.
tetested in the well masagenet, irthis institu
tion. %% e are all anxious, and inut h:ve a ro
port of its asministrati4n: for we have not seen
one isr . long titme. .Miaotever. we livebeen
told, and perlwps witht trth. that 'mhere is a
great deal of hypotheicaeted stock in tihe con
corn. anaon;; which, the present Cashier owns a
--U\\ also wiih to know how stands the ac
conts or tle Directors-%heother they receive
more accomonodaiion thtan other should. who
are as nuch entitled to it-and wheth. r their
inistahnents have been promptly paid in Ppecie
or in stock notes.
- Acain; we wi.sh to know tihe amount of
.specie andi gold is tle! vaultAs ofite Bunk; how
many hMlA .r- in circialation, and whether all
tne Stock h-ve been patd in spiecie. or in stock
note. or in its own bills, and not tn violation of
tihe chiatterse xpresl ntsis.
" Andi last, thonuth tnat len.,t. we are exceed
inly desirons of being infoirued: whiy is it.
that Ite Cashier or tii, batk i6 tie ,ole manna
ger or tae ninrs 7 for the bank lias no P'csi
dent nor Diructers trictly speaking."
7e Blank Case.-The Charleston Couirier of
the 22d silt. savs: " Te argumint ofthe Bank
case. i. e. of the t qestion wheiter certain flanks
ofthi State have for0-tel thir clarters by sun
pentsion vr!peciu p.ayne!tt. aned reft-al to nrc
celt the anti-slp1.-niona law. will be Coms
snenced before the Cou t of Errors. ini this city.
this day at 10 o'cl.<k. A. .1. The circuit do.
ci-in sif Jimdg-- tiler wlas in favor of then'
Bhnks; and it is the appeal fromn his decisiAon
that is now to be argued."
The Post Oflicc at Line Creck. Greenville
District. S. C.. has been rescstabli.shed. and
3laaon N. Gaunbiell, Esg1 , appe'intrd Post
Tac Small Par.-The .1illel-ge % il:P Jinrnal
of the 2ld tilt.. as:-- This dliase has cen
ed t alarin otr citizens.-h-- patietsm at the.
iil-epit:al, we learn, are all getting ne!, awl e
i-el warranteel in savin:. thne bitt little. Sr mno
das:er need be a-prehended by any ore desir
itt; :O visit Sir city "
Imliana -Tihe Legislature of this State hans
pascd a lv limtiting the legal intero st in :he
6tate to six per ccr.t. The L-w heretoifcre al
lowed ten p*ttent intert C. be charged when
there was an agreement to that effect.
Norrhern Paprrs.-Scarcely a inail ntrives
nhirh does n't bring ns ppers (roran tihe North
with long prospecns., with a re-qust ror its to
copy then.113. which we have in numicrous in
stances complied with, or at least noticed the
tI: t Fawing. Which we copy trot the
Iamburg Joirr.al. cap's the clian orally thing
we have seen. aned lite editmr of that Journal
deervc4 the thanks of all Southerin -ditors. for
hais repely to time editors of' tihe Phmiladeilhia Sa.
If yout copy. we'll exchIantae !'
If not, we'll stop.-[ I'il. 'mat Cotrr irr.
z tnp andcm he hatngesd to yon ! Youmr leaper i
lent r ery little itse to us: aned :o he force~d to iin
sert a leeitz pres-pectms to keep'g mai thei exchtaneg.
we a e 'a-ry c'enr of it.
-(Une i' e'!! stops doina.n ont any more f'tors
tey forwa~r'tio:: -'iih cripltiel.1iitmn--V.::nd *btain.
iwe subeeea.cribers. ifr inothuseia *lo youet he:.r thr
.le"'rs. ii'3laalun & II.'!denm We~ ha' r elha.!
youemr Ilrs spet ls inamc ede 'ouneatitane n::; but
leln e. Its i eit coula' it nmow i
-terrmlly spearking,. thet Noarthiern pubh i.
er, thinzk thamt the Sou~thiern pramer aire depena
denit ont thmeim. zmtan ln t intser t plroeePacte4 int
oreer tol secuire' an exchatnge. We ar*e not mine
afthem.-e eie pemndait : we' c are' 'sdlinig at all times
tel le' ciceamiimdirasg Oin a libearal and tutjimne!
'cele bet mire' atlwerwi,.'. Theis sonmth ha< biie.'t
erretw een-Iy s'e .endi.itnt teie loneg: randa Sonithwrn
retersm ba'e eco:asre~le'd thust thtere ii nthilineg
: ?;. a'sm 'h:it .. hieh 'e:tieI m'oatmie hei oth.
It i.all a imi-te '. We hma'se ltmalterm's at
. ems e t~ s..l.1 ni tismtc
" c e -ie I Tews t'ire tny plroetcte'u'n sir "ath.
a' n --;c p-r. are inmsertd m-inIm thae NoI'hmern jecum
narl, lInt fw,"'s meamy 'tet we' tmet till melt
eenp, r, tee obtam ci'hmehne.. Thtis chmad donm'i
C'oncrrss.--Thme ''mr re-plondfettnt iif th iC ar
. -- lem time Ilona' oft Rm'rene.tative~s. 'elr.
Picke'tnc'rsentmtd. by' lmmiumaken. co'Insent. the
reteieerer'it:mnn citizenms mor.\lhbesille di~lt i:.
prave i chiiag of thme 11mail re .'e rrorna Edage
ticrke Coulrt I lomme tu t reurl ille Csem t ilonse.
rm ::s tom rni Isy C.taimice. Lodi. .mnd Smoimey
P'oint, whvichm ws referred to thec cotam lee n
time Poeest tI tlicer anid Ponsi Rloads.
"It is geinerally umndmrstoodl that .llr ('lay
hans foerwmmrded to his L~eislaltre hi<~ reigia-'
ion ais Senator. Mir. Crittenmd--n is hier! e.' a
dy tin tamk' his lace, andm w'sill -unilean therem h ap
pelmi t e r a screw Isoea.''
The Cot respondenmt of time Chmarlestonm Cola.
ir, mmnde'r date of the 'dint it., say. :
"'lThe Smenate, to-aae, it i'm ruamored. hamd
an e'xc'ed deinte aim ha' tnminatimn sof M1r.
Braforsl. a-. Jiudge ofd thte U.' S. l)i-trict J
Court, iin Pennmislania. vsice Judue lmep
kinsman. IThe lmsnnitaion wasm re-je'te l ed
tim 17. All ihe dlenle'ra~ic enmbers whs~o
were presdent. excepjit Mr. fletn. vo'.ted
for th"enimmatntott. It nii a Isef'ateid bey
utme \Vhi; btt -nanyV elf the dm'mocratt
nea ct ommt andm csunnied the vmlez. Mr. B3.
i's pmaliticaliv. mm Tyler t'u.*mi
--lThe re'sinltiatmit ol r. Claly. to take
ilict 31.st ef .trarc, is fmlly cnfmirmaed.'
Mar. Pierce of N. II. laos also ressigne'd.-a
lir. Mouton ms al'so abu to retire from the
" Mr. Webester's instruciomns to Mir. En"
:rett in lhe Creol.ecaise. werce . ad, 'uday,
am the Senmate, andl :nmve great satisftactionz
u the SmUmherni Seinatorm. Ife goes into C
tie n hole argumtr utt ad gives; rosis. I
Iin hicht the U. 8 . Gove lies r
tisa de~mI for redresa
erment. Te argy
o disperse tWmjo five
T rr a il7
adWS 330U0.EI rd
ewn name Seouldtppm
as empposed th be will ua a fara
lod oftie ithowk
iapF, he off throw -
otdsse (ihde rmodr ta h ii
"There s a rumor that Mr. lay
cave the S5enate even before the day whom .
sa reigniation will take efeet; and it i5
von reponed that ho will make a farf
liel addres to the body, next week..> too
-- ltimnations are thrown oat -hy the
riends of tho Presideur that the ostal
cheme .f Mir. Cashing. orn that ou 3r.
l'ahlidge will certainly be takde .p to
Nominaion for Gore nor.-In copyitag
be foltowing nticeth frhi nomsnation from
lie Charleston erurlt we cannot too
armaly cotn:a uiate our friends on the
smioation ofGen. llammcaornd, the unan
cuity niah which it was cl'ected. the gen
r.il appjrIetreion weith which it appears to
haivLet er received, and its tendency.. to
proor the harmony and unanimity ofthe
Siae and proplh, and the success of their
great camae nnd principles. In all that ie
s.aid of Gen. IIiim mondl n e cordially con
cur, fully assuredl that he will nobly sus
wain. the honior and interest. character ar.d
principles of the State, in the elevated sta
ion for i hich he ba, biCen so unanimous
ty nuominated; and to n hich he wil1 un
d..tibicaly be: as Ltnnnimn1u0ly elected
there being nor the -nolt remote chnic of
Our nrxi Govtrnor.-We are rejoiced to
findl the Press. as well as the People of
this State. are w ui m1ous in the eloice
of r(.u Jame" 11. If imiond fior our next
Goovernor. We believe nhan there will be
no .lppe-.tion to him; and in fact. te see
'So rea.on why an opponitc candida-e Ohould
tie iarted. lb i. autly qualified iii every
aspect. it) fill i- Chair of Statc; and as he
i. tine Peopird choice, as %-ell as that of
our Leg-ab.iture. we conigratulate him on
Oil- laar preispects of hmit lection.-Hant
F-lurida IHar.-By ihe f. llowing it ap
pcars tlhat the %%ar in Floridi. has again
assuned a seriosus a'puct:
- Extract ot a letter received in St. Au
gutrue. aid publieed in the Neu-s. of that
'- FOR KiNG.o. E. F.. Frb. 1-1, 1512.
"This evening, It%( comapanics of the
8Bh lufantry %%ill arrive at tiii post, out
six days from Tampa 3ay, distant 100
i s. Au expr. s, arrived from them lat
LUcked by indians on thidr march here, at
ihe Wahoo Swamp One sergeant and
ruc private killed. There was no d-subt
pienty of red sins to attack two largo
:-*panies. Strongi -) motolis of the wvar
it o)ve r Florita. en ie they now bunt up
'ivr tr..ps hor .a tighit. The tw-. comnpanies
.r i':e'ed tr. m here to St. AUuutiue; I
innk t- is re.,.itient (the i8th) ;s to iclievo
tir :kd .\rtiller'.. Cou. Wth~ is reported
1e tbe as ft'r as Cedar Key, or l-'urt Fan
iiing. on his waiy to St. .\iu.:ine. there 'o
make his sutmmear hetad quarters."
Our IJ/harr,s.-We have noticed for
,eime time b.tck. that our wharves arc do
jii;; muc~h be'tt.-r busines's, in the~ way of
r-c-it inig and dtisch:aran; of Cotton, thana
tir monate mnonths prevcius. rThis is an in
dicarat:. tuiat Nature'.. way of c..uve'yance
w be tter e ban those made by ihte art of tman.
IRail lloads will an~entr very well for
passegr and light freight, which rerluiro
at quick transportatin. but whecn heavy
freighNt mtus:tineeds be c'onveyed.the steam
er prve tibe surest an a be,t ciarr'ets.
The!~ .te'amlers Auru-ta lent .Mr. U. Walk
foil enargo of costan ih.tr Sivannahl and
Chzarlemoni. Thle deck :- crowded sev
eral bale's high wtith -he .,taple, an. the~
. Itmer maide a gr.itnd vi.peaance, as e
w hte-elede around and de'pirted for thec pot
Snou.-Our e I A' us, for the first time
this winter. hiound the house-tops on Wed
needay) morniug lat, covered ns ith a slight
snons that had fa:llen dluring the previous
nikhit. Our boy-. and girl, were of comuse
dlelighted ns ith tbe ~eecral appearance of
iathie. and doubitless aniciipatedl a day of
funiai snow~ tellig-blut alas! by I'l o'
riock it hnd all iteltedl. and disnproiintmer~t
t'eccecded to the ant icipatiotns of the morn
Thea Weat her gen erailly has been ex
-eedicigly wet ai diareeable with us ?
wince the comumencemnent of the presett
rear. and nt a are sorry to add, has-tbin
atecnded by severe 'colds, pleurisy and
infinenzia to an ~znprecedented- extant.
le prospeers are not imfparVIngt end-e
raution our friensis against anneemi
-w posure., and to guard particularly agalstI
vet feet. i*f thev ucould avoid the .ocidc~tu a;
f the seaeon. *.Sprtanburg Joura~ v
IBcter thAan t hYjiebei
fiankru -l Act.-A*CUj
it') our office dW.D1 <
dlowing. whih3 ibinak
ublic'ation:' e n
jince, and, asked the-1oan of.4a
liars dinabishim t@laste ie :~ o
ad do athep' wr sac
is rretdi ifudror