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of the bar. upon the receipt of the news or
the Judges' indisposition, immediately or
ganized a meeting by calling Col. Hern
don to the chair, and appointing William
Ray. Esq. Secretary, to wh;ch the follow
ing resolutions were submitted by Colonel
Dawkins, and unanimously adopted:
Resolred, That the intelligence of the
illness or the Host. B. J. Earle, who was
to have presided at the present Term of
the Court at this place, has been received
by ibis community with deep regret. occa
stoned not more by the immediate loss to
the public service, than by our cordial
sympathy fur his affliction.
Resolved. That we consider the ocea
Man promir to eapress our high estiniation
of bis public serv ires, and the sin-cere hope
that he will shortly le enabled to perlormt
his official-luties, which he has hereiofore
discharged with so much honor to himself
and service to the cuuntv.
Murderer caugla.-By an extract of n
letter received in Charleston. which is pub
lished in the Mercury, it appears that The
slave Jonas, (belonging to Mir. C. Gads
den.) who killed a negro named Bob, he
tonging to Capt. .%. lultrie, rur who-e
apprehension the Governor offered a re
ward of one hundred d.llars, has been ta
ken and lodged in the Jail at Gillsouville.
Pennsylvania.-The Chatrieston 31er
cury says:-" Both Houses ofthe Leisla
lure of Pennsylvania, have passed a tesa
lution to provide for the payment of the
interest of the State delit; falling due last
mouth and in the montl of Augtst next.
The resolution alo directs the Governior
in issue certificates bearinag fix per cent
interest, payable yearly, to all per->ns to
whom intereit is due on sumis over twenaty
dollars. Sums under twenty dtillars are
to be paid in money."
Southern Cultivator.-We have reeiv
ed the two first numbers of this Agricuhtu- I
ral Journal. published in Augtsta, Geo..
by Messrs. J. W. & W. S. Juries. at the
low price of one dollar per annum, in a d
eance. This Journal, we have no hesita
tiun in saying, will be of great hentlit it
the Agricultural portion of our comtnutni
ty, from whom, we have no iloubt, the
proprietors expect to receive the largest
part of their support, but from its cheap
ness, it ought to be in the hands of all clas
ses of society, as there %ill h useful re
cipes in its columns, worth more than twice
We rtfer our emoeratic friends
to the annexed Pruspe.:tus of the Spectator.
a Democratic Journal, published in the
City of Washington, with a hope that they
will assist its proprietor, (by their names,)
in promulgating the true doctrines of De
mocracy. and by that means reuder to the
Hp". Jonm C. CALUOVI, 'hat justice
te- him, from all those who pro
fess to be the advocates of "Free Trade;
Low Duties; Nio Debt: Separation froum
WBanks; Economy; Ret renichment, and
atri adherence to the Constitution."
Those friendly to supporting this pub
lication, are informed tiwy can fid a Pro
ilpectus in this office, where we will be,
proud to enroll their names.
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spread of true Democratic hirinciples. nod
will adopt for its motto the tiords of the
'ione. JOHN C. CALIJOCN-'-Free'
Trade; Low Dutieb: No Debit; Sepiaratiotn
from Banks; Economy. Rtetrenchmett
and strict adherence to the Cositution;"
and will bear al..fm his truly Demucratie
banner. It will also strongly ad vocate the
limitation of the tenure of the Presidlential
ofmce to one term-not riuly in justice to
the distinguished public toen of the nation,
but as moure consonant to th:e genius of our
Republican institutions, and utnre condu
cive to a faitnfutl and independent admitn
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As the most direct anid effeeling mode
.of secturiog the permanent atscenanctay of
tbese cardinal principles, the Spectator
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J10hN lIE AiT.
The Court of Sess.iuns and Comrrmon
Pleas for Kershawr District, Just:e Word.
lnw presiding. co'nmen'ced it-s Messionr in
Camden, on Montday las. Thieotlys<asei
of ir.terest is that of tne State ae,-in~.ti 1).
Zief. for lthe murder of Petttigru, ira De' em
We learn from a latter receiv-ed yester
day, that Mr. Doazier has been tried andt
couw icted.-C/har. C'our. AMarch :2.
The steamer Cincinnati, having on
board Gen. WVoribi and family, toigethier
iihln number of other officers and sever
al ladies. touched here san Thursday last
n her way fromi New-Orienn to Tampa
rlp .-. 7 .s n''oi G:.*nlc, hI h inal.
Fon -rnr ADVErTIsER.
Dr..a Sta.-You have no doulbt seen t
the ICtter of the Honorable W hitemarsh t
1. Seabrook, President of the State Agri- j
cultural Society, aad the Circular of Mr.
R ullin, uiforming the citizens of this State r
of the intention of the latter gentleman to
visit the middle and upper Districts after
the month of April, in the prosecution of
the duties assigned him as Agricultural
Surveyor. It is known to many of the
people of South Carolina, and should be
known to all, that Mr. Rufin is the distin
guished author of the system of Marling a
which han already accomplisbed so much,
and is destined to bring about a new era
in the pltiting ititerest of this country.
Mr. R. appeals to tbe several Agricultural
Societies of the State to co-operate with
him in developing the resources of the
country. in the improvement of Agricultu
ral implements, in giving direction to ca
pital and labor so as to produce the great
est amount of income at the least cost, and
at the same time, gradually to improve
the lanaI, by a judicious system or culiiva
tion and manuring. It is uped sir, that
this aplieal will be respnuded to by everv
Society and e% cry individual in the State
antd it furnishes a fit occasion to aruse
tie tl--epiig energies of the "hilosuphi
cal and Aricultural Society of Edgefield"
which, I trust, % ll not be ne;lected.
In c-eclusion. allow ne to surgest the
propriety of ca!lig a meeting PC that Su
viety at an early periol, to resutie its place
anon; the sister Socicties of the State.
and to devise the best measures for giving
.\lr. lRofmu a l-ariy roception i:n our Din- t
trit, and a ellici'nt co-operation in the
prUsecutioin1 of his importint dutics.
A. 1E.1111'.11. i
Itev. W.% 1. JollNSsos,1.
I'rsidCut of the iJ1i1sopaI1.ral and .4ri
rultual Soeely,. of El.l eld. r
We leatrn that Gen. Wadly Tolnmpnn.
havitg succesfully tertminned tle im aipor
ranilt negnciations between the U. States &
Mexico. with whcl Ie was speciai"y
charged & so far provided against future
diflicultics. as in rciler his longer contin.
uiance in Mexicu unuecessary propovcs to
return home at tan early day.
It is likewise rumored that Col Bent.
fort T. watts, of this state, has lren ap
ponatted Charge! tic Afftairs at Mexico and
widi proceed hitmer. This ollice has icen
vacant for sn-ve time past, and wve pre
aume is now filled with the design to en
trust our atfair% at Mexico, entirely to atl
officer of that grade in future.-flighirud
L Fros the Ckarleston .Nrriit,of the 119th inst]
We have to record tihe death or John
Julius Pringle; Esq.. an emment and vir
tuous citizeu of Charleston. who has fallen
it the ripeiess of old age, but with his
faculties unclouded. having reache I his
h year. Mr. Pringle was Speaker of d
the Houee of Representativesorthii Sttate. a
ro'm 1787 to 1799 and filled the ofice of 4
At-orny General from 792 to S10,. av
ing largely anisied io 'he iormation of oura
Hisi legislative career was marked by
sounzd judgment and unblemished integri- I
yas his legal funceuens were perfiormedi I
with protound juridical learned and furent- Ii
sic biligv. ile bad explored all the depts 1
of thu lair and mtiaacellced its greatest in.- '
tricacies, while in the tetrcourse ot study
for he presentted an intavariaile example Ii
uf a t sefined mourtesay and innate diguity. ~
wich largelv iciluenced itn htis day thae
general mnantners of the htar.
Mr. Pringle has retired for many years
before his death from active public life
and the entests of the forum. hut hi-,. wa '
a retiremntt that gracefully filled the in
ervial unttil hiis deatla net gihue reaaaurce
if trerature-, with which his tmind had been
imbued and intvigorated. In the various
soci.l relationsa he was a paittrn of the
du:nertie virtnes, embellishittg his seein-:
sion bty the amentity of htis dlisposit ion, the
cirtesy of his detieanor and hiis unosten
In consequen~ce of the death of ir. c
Pigle, the Courts of Commoisn Law, and I
Lequity, nrod thte United Staies Court ad
jured this mog~rning wit hont transuelting'
any business, o'tt of respect to theme -'
rv of this distingj~uiahedl lawyer, ns ho ha, .
filled so large a ..pace int the judicial histo
ry of the State.
Drt of Dr. Nori/h.-W e retgret to an
nuncre thec sitblezi detath on TIues.h'ny nigh t
last, oft oiur ai:shle attdl much cemet~u~d
felluin-citizen D)r. l-',dward W. North.
Senr. Dr North fi'led. fear a long time,
with gener tl approbastion, te re-spionsible
pot or Ma~yor iaf our city-aed eonyed
throughtlire cottfidenice end poularity as
a physleian. and the warm regards of no
ciety as ai gentleman. Hie presi~iedi at ilhe l
late District Meetinag, had baeent apparet- I
y in him '.sual health on Tuesday. and
ransacted heteiness as late as eight o'clock
of the night of his denth. lie cotmplained C
of indisposition on retiring to bed. was'
sezed with a fit of coughing-called fur
st.'tene-anud died of the ruptutre of a
load vesrel iu the thrunt.-Chars. Mer.
The Co-art of Comtmon Pleas for Ah,
hevle istric , commltieced its spin
Se'ioin on M1onday Ilast, his lI-an. .Judel
'Neal presiding. Therc wais a great
eal or bussine-.s pending. thiough it was
generally~ or but little interest except to
the parties concernted. Court will set at
thie, pl.tee on Moanday necxt.-JHighlanld
Srntinel. March 24.
The werther from thte cotmmetncement
rif ithe motnth, has bietn us.ueually coo!, .
wth raint sleet and stnow, anad upl to ves.-a
lerday there ns as considierable ice. There
has eett mtore cool weather since the [l&
inst thIn~u experienced ini all Jana. niad 'eb.
o-day the weather isnimore pleasant anid
most1 of our planters n ill this wecek and
the nest comnmeuce plantting 'ce.- 11i1
It appears by the ollowing aria:!c from
he New Orleans Balletin that the repor
ed escape of tto Texiaus who capitulated
t Mier, is true.
Escape of the Texian Prisoners.-A
eport was brought by the Inst arrival from
latamoras. that the prisoners w hi ca pit u
ited at Mier, and who were being march
Ld to the capital, had overpowered their
uord and escaped. by way of Sahiln. to
rezas. We had the pleasure on Satur
lay, of conver-ing with Mr. Thomas Net
on. who was one of those prisoners. lie
aforms us tbat on the evening of the fifth
lay aftgr leaving Matamornas, they arrived
it a small village where the inhabtitants
were indulging in datcing and other jofli
ications, in Which me!!t of the guard join
d. The prisoters hid all laid downi. se
ured as they were %% hile marching, with
he;r arms tied beloind with a rope, and
,oked together in pairs like oneu. A few
f the prisoaers having worked themselves
uose, Cotl. Fisher was infortned that they
atetided to make a break-and the matter
leing generally utider-tood, those who
vere still tied were released, and the guard
ubhed upon, and after a short struggle
overpowered. and all the arms that could
te found broucht off In this affair it was
..%tiiated the tri-goners lost 14 of their
inmhoer. The survivors then. in a day,
nade for the Itio Grande by the lower
oute, (which being soft and marshy iii
mupassible tireavalry, where they arrived
n about 18 hours. travellitg niht and
Inv. aind cro,-ed about 75 mil--, abofve
a1-~.tamorais. Dorian! this .narrh they had
carcely any thin;: to eat, awll %% crc naacrlV
aked. Alier er.csmng the river, nufr it
orm:nut .ave, they liviled inmo several
r ie'st 1,ar!Ie5 n I t'-, %il.-rent dirrethan'.
,u. '-'a-her. with I1; '20 e 'omtpaninas.
ok the up.er r'we. for St. Antario. Mr.
thron, came by nay caf Goanznie1s nocd
Vashi:tian, and thenAce via Nacogduhle.,
u the cltv.
W unt u-rox. March 17.
TI., . ,.:-' -The !'now %% latch begIAn to
all ve--r.lay lefure tone. continuecd all
ny and ta'.naty all n6t;gt. ach was tile
ioltetce t he .meod all I Itth, quanoity nod
t:alitv .4 tle falliug -naao%, thatt our Car
ier llav% ouald wot r.vianie their robods
st eveni:tig-and a e fear tae immaets.e
tint ohanak< havtc preveted themta frout
rviig_ all[ ttr Saiscribers thi; enoriiing.
NOw fir a happy oblivioan ! No mails
enched us lat iii;;ht, nod we presune
one will reach taa f;r several days :-and
one rat le.ase Washinituon. We are be.
aeel ay he Ice Kiu on the l'7a of
Inrch ! .'ar. a in Jantuary. Jauuaary in
Oar neighbors of tle Intelli:encer
Isttck", inl a kind of '. S. laqt tilght &in
ounting the wow siarm. as if th mails
itre going a-s usual '
Sreur.d Edition.-P. S. The rnow is
ve fret deep at our door. W'ht.bcr it is
rified up or not we canatot get out to see.
L horsettan says it i4 about t wo feet decp
u the country.-Alaidisuniaun.
sKow. THU.Ntora, nAl". rTC.
First it blew. and ghn it snrw, and then it thetc,
and darn itfri:."-l1ooty.
We have hail "all sorts of weather, and
unre too," this month-snow, rain, ihun
er, frost, and severe cold-and almost all
t the same time. We have had four
now *torms na-I two thunder-storms thtis
,eoth, one of each on the same kry-and
s severe co'l ts at ainy time during the
vinter. probabely scverer. Theca winter
enerally, has been a renmarkablly mihld
ne ;abut atfter having~. .iara chwet her tin
annaary', we' haue noaw Jatnoary weather
a MIarch. 1llowever, i cearcJ op yesaer
ay, anid btecauste somaew ha t niler, s.o that
his many bie thae last dltperneae arruggle of
)ldt Winter, a id of his "lintge'rin:: int the
ip of Sprintg." lI e hplayjbedl the mis
hief nith the fruit. we fear, foar te pre
bUSutamil weathter ht.ad entriced ont its
loom iery' early .-.u/mh-Curolmnian.
E~rtra:rdiary Weatwr.- Las week
ec a:ated tat thte weathaer lada been un
nsally edd atnd stornmy fhr eighat or ten
n> . Uha Thturs.!ay nci:;ht last it c'learedl
It very caihl, tandl tea Sat'rdaty ttiornina
lu rauri. thet thearirmoet er taed tat nly
2 deg'. Cnve zero. Ont Stundaty. sniow
atmtmene:.i l~alling~ :eaot 9 A. M., andc
ottiteraad una l 2 P. M.. :aat which timte
he cairth wsi toverael a to aedepth o~uf a t'w
r thtren inches. Mlomb':y~ na. cleair andl
oldilhnt thse sane.ci ana-rlyv all dli appa'eredi
-iTue.'d atv. n" o'er -mie wsito::na-a caed~s'
ny athe wonmaiiy visiwr ,t , i als agatin, ande
at T'ho rday (se;rayt) tmoeniinag, the
etentry i was oaiv Ili ade'. nbetve zerta.
rlval~ ih s e'roordinaary weather lfar
hte liitter pas t of S! are-h. The mouneatain
ege'n ahoret tus is ':aid to Ito peat ectlty
rane ul it n stn * at ! i atnaty a'ace, to
bie depth It five oist~r si ; ij,. We h~i a ave.
i doeuti baut 1,tn~ahe- at'tl ph':ms are all
iltd. :ttad parobhably mscet ai toeales,
r ;he atpe;er Distric'ts. It is il+i leatredl
hiti the an, tItn' w ich we re so' at tare nealy~
II :h-stred :~c anad athe vee.table :airdletn
Snou.-Ont Thubarsday etveninag last we
ad! n ..'i;;ht fall of snxow, and< ''n .Sunalavs
noaher. Tlhe wvetater huaa been reamark
hlv col aud awet for ithe sason: so mtuchI
at :a tt rmtardl it.te permatons or the A gri'
ultriet. and mnateriatly iaterfere with his
sual tavocat ions.- L'heraiw Gaut t.
Coeld Weaher.-Mairch. has seeblomi in.
ited ont pour mtoraals %ucht inclemiena,cnld
nid severe weathier, na we have had for
evaral da~ys pasa ! Una Thursday lust, a
nigled torrent ofl rain, -anow, anad hail,
howr'd upotn us dlurinag tei nok day,
Irivetn imipetuoutsly on by a Noratheaat
aindl. that seeaimed to tauomph and exnat at
he snt~erinags of man and beaest. Thea
trn;eat indiecntint of a cold and laste
printm still exist. andt. indleed, shonld they
e ptrntrmaca-'d. so r.s to run~ intoi the Rle.
ir. Miller's arraaneementts. we mray have
t sparingj at alll-hnat thins, are dlo not atti
pate~, ne aall lootk fair alhe. return of the
eson of tnirth tand blossoams-the icy
naaiie, of oldl wiiter. or the cnflara
ieet ofi Mr. Miller. to the cotrary nut
i tstadig.-Spartanburg Journiul.
Wes' htavec had most unneraal we.aiher feat
hiarcha. T hae ws hle moanth hias beetn as
dhl as mid-winter. anad on the 19th antd
ing tbrough the grea.er pat n of 'botn (ays.
We do not remember ever before to have
seenr the ground covered " ith snow here
later than the second week in March. It
is learned that oats if not killed in the
ground aresertusly injured. Early gar
deuers have certainly suffered.-Pendleton
UHSMUcG, March 2.
Colton.-Our Cotton market still con
tinues dull, and but little of the article
coming in. Princes range from 4 to 64
cents, according to quality ; principal
sales 54 to G cents.
No clamnige to notice in Freights or Ex.
AUGUSTA. March 23.
Remarks.-Tihe advices by the Great
Western change the principoal fee
ture3 of o rket for our great staple ;
they h-tve el it railer nore uncer
lamn and i e, as holders are not dis
posel to it to the rates offered by
purchase o appear still very reluc
tant to pe itiout at material reduc
lion in pr he cry N- again. let us
wait for at, vices, which ara now daily.
expected Stimer Colutmbia. which
was to h Liverpootal on the 4th of
this mont e also say with hollers
aud buye us wait fur later advices;
but what I they he ? If accounts of
the .4th or h represcnt the Liverpooal
market as ha og improved : what then ?
(Or if they et that mnarket as in the
sane condition, sI:all not the cry fie con
titatted, let as wait for further advices ?
And when will thi ranised cry lae dis
containued 6eeIf we ar now ntitin' for
later accounts, there nuust he some reason
f*or it. Holders mnuat expect some im
pro% emntut in the Liverpootl matrket, or
they would now sell at cirrent rate4. and
III)% ers woutl buy if they tid not cxl'-ct a
urther decline it the Liv- rpaooal and uther
Europe.in markets. Our apition is. bit
no advatee con he expeted fair -"fme tizimc
-.Mt. 'ho prodtiatn A il he w-o far w.
V0114d the demad that na oadvaance in ti
priee cartake phire, until tia-- real riaamvuut:
of fhae supply is well wttvoreainaed : then
poriocs wi;I lie cstabli-hedad to correspond
n ith jroduction tud conemaption, unil-.
some ipterveniai:r evens, eTect a chanze in
the relative value of the staple : an.- ace
of thwse events may orcnt,. withirl i4 the
likelihood of na inereased consumption or
rotton goods, owing to the reduce.1 pricc.
ut whicirthe manutfacturers enn dipo-quc at
theta. But we mutt b'ear in ar-indh. th-at
thi- increase or co:sutmption of cotion
goods, ctn be felt only it a more ad vr.nced
periodl of tiha season to affet the price of
the raw inateial. Another event may
aftect the price #of the raw nmaerinl: vich
many be an increased demand for- i-oh
goods in the Chinese mtrkets, after all Ihe
arrangemtents now itt progress, hetweet
the Chinese.government andi the British
Commandera in China, shall have baen
completed* All these cirenustances may
have their eleet duritg the summer. -+u,
not before : MWe conclude then that the
advices ly tIhe Columbia thatogh they will
be awetnty o days later than by the Great
Western, vi&uot give us the information
of some i ^tt changes-in the Euro
We havd aijaded io an itaeaioel enn
aumption of cotton gooL. This, we be
lieve, is tutnneutionable, not in Great Jiri
taina anda Ireland so much as on thte cnnti
nenat of Europe. Every year adds to t1.
numtiber of consutmers, by thec increase uif
ibe paopultatioc. Bunt in (reat Btritain and~
larelanda, thte mteans to cnastumae will he laet
thana oan the c-atent, as the tenteral mnass
of te popaulation wil reamaiaa poor. annd
evenl become pootrer. whilei the wa-alhy.
whtich foirats baut a smaall class of the poaa;u
intiona, will hecutme richeor. Ont the cont i
uen-,t it is othterwia- The genaeral mai aaf
the poplulationa therec have imptrovedi itt
their conadition,. and yeurly n'l toi theiir
means to consumae. letnce alse iner--ia
in the consumptionl oaf coaant gonahs maust
hec looked for ou thei cacttinen-tt air Europot
sut a nrenter rataia than ini the hiritishl l-.h-..
With here it manter not where- it :r~k- -
place, proavidedl it produce-s somae intlheaace
onthe pric of thte raw nataerial. lI'a
jhc ropsition leads to a maate-rbal conch:a
sion: that the timea i-- uant tor di-antr i lh-n
the anlucince of thie Liseorpao. taitrant, fiar
cittona. will be materiuzlly atlli-eted lby the
impt~orance of tha'e oft t canftba-::.
Li verpoaiil is still thae fairet c-at tiot m: ir! et int
thua w:arhIo; it will he ablea tio ma~::tn its
supretmacy fear somue yeare yet ,hut tie
confinenta i-, taking reapidl strideso t-wairds
the attttainment of ant equial rank itn thec
trade of in world, usdal tat plslroucaats of
mnuvtares. Whaten ttae contttietal tat
ione nt ill -aappy themusesa entirely a I h
the qitmatity they ne-ed oaf our e-at .taale
fur theiar consUmapionf, directly fro-t ouar
paorts, by our owtn atnd thteir vesselsa the
liverpoocl tmarket will, int a great metJ~a.e
cease to inafluenace andI envern sall aahe-r
cacntin tmarkets. It an ill be tat the intaerest
of alhis c-ountary that thais evenat sh-ould oc
cur: and the soonaer the btcter. tean t-e it
will inevitably lead tot a complet-ea revou
tioan in thte trade of cotaran as carried aon at
hepeettime in this country: a revolat
tiona which will rendes ha raeisrt-. f
to te operatorsanleshzrn.
Witha regard to the actaual condlitioni of
our marker, we hauve baut little t say.
which is that we have to repoart nec opera
ions of any consequaence. The receipus
cntitnue light, and the demandl moderatae
for shaipmnent. Speculators onaly wtoulad
bauy if good bargaitns cotuld be obtainedat
but holders seemed not disposed to gratify
speculators. Is is probablethat in our next
rprwehall be able to give a taorc di
rciniteshmn of theo condition of our
We omit our exchange table, as we
have no alteration to notice since last
week. Thec fact is tbat our tabale is Ice.
cominn less important every day, sincea our
currencey catnot be ina a better condition,
unal exchaangc on every otaher sectiont of the
couttry as low as it possably can be.
C5ta.F~s-r. Marcha 25.
C'fouon.-TIhe receip-a of Uplands dur
ing thte week ending Thursday e-venine
have bceent very light: nmaouonting to laut
5210lf bales. Esported 6-l91 baja-a; leuv
iog ont hand a shipping stock of~ 33Gti3
haal-- ex.ttanive of -1307 baleson nnt ..io.
board not cleared. Our iarket, w hich at
the close of the In w ekon account of
:he unfavorable advices from Liverpool,
then received ; had almost come to adead
stand; on Saturday again opened with a
good enquiry. which by some holders was
met with a reduction on previons prices ofI
fully J. and in some instances I cents.
2159 bales changed haids on that day.
and 2151) bales on londay, On Tuesday
and Wednesday this decline was submit
led to more generally, and the operationis
on those and the wso following days a
mounted to 4427 bales more ; of which
1026 were taken yesterday. Ahhmough we
now quote the above decline, the market
remains nevertheless very uusettlcd and
irregular, which niy lie ntainly atiribu:ed
to the expectation of the now daily expsec
ted ecounts by the Columbia bteamer.
Total sales of the week 8726 bales at prices
ranging from 4, to 7.1 cents. Oil nccilui
of the irregularity of the market we tind
it difficti.t to give correct qutat'totis land
would therefore ncrely observe that Li
verpool fair lanve been quoted to us front
61 to 6(3.-Mercury.
Departed tii:4 life. ott the W4hi of* rebrunry
last. in the 24th year olier agi, .f rs. 3Attr
A. '. Ltrno~s. wife of Capt. Lhas LAgrontn,
of thsis d.istric:.
It is pahifil to record the death or one. cut
o io early in life. and frim) the dpliere of do.
inestic happiine. and usefoiite.w. It in. how.
ever, a laeis'action to know teat slee was ready
arid willing; to ieet death. eveno desiring to de.
part and be with Chri-et.
The dere.ssled wasi ai orderly nmeinber of the
Raptist Chlamarch foir severial years. having
tnaa n profesiion of her f.uth in Christ w% lien
gni te yount .
; hb.t ly her nyritht walk shc gainted the
couinidenrce of tier I 'arzatan friends, hy heiir en.
ire r.-wa:in.n t; death, and the tnm pii.u
e.1i e :i,: utie ed ditring her I..t ahn-w. andl
ja! -!:r@ sh-' expired, 41.h c niraned thiat cn.
r. A f-,w elt leybeore h.-r deipaitur a
pns ;:nriia:- trien.. for . ho slie hmil :real re
g:ird, %t iJited Ir.:nad -l:,-qd her conernmg th.
.Ltie aif Ier itnigad. in ret--reisre to di-tih, to
whon -he rv-1!i. - I fe- wilbne to ie. I
h ! e s c'.a p ti. wl.r." Whe f aie
-"h-h r i;. f ' 'for-. l-r reply was. o . fie
i4 : I. !,.e I,,! I -a in tii . %i. world, ny earth
it friud-, #%:: to -n . m . g.mio." : healt .
mf--rnst ltr tlha;t -!e - had commiiiitted her li
t -oil (-A w.r, - :bt.lll I vent ra d ' no0-u1.4
oid) into th~r ci. if leir linrt--and. charla irn:tI
hitlsn oti.ra-e himls oir tie l.oid;" expre ne -9i-. i
so bi-r pr-n er tIit od Wmould jregervte- ii. tie
and makei h 1n m-1t.l. she rae te-I h.-r bro.
I anlld Ilt ek the 1,01rd. lI er strell:;th ::radn11d.
ly di- clinled1 I'll Ah! quietly tell ai.leep alel~s
I-R% iig h.-hiid as barge circle of rel.atas and
frileruis tW maurni' their 1-..
l i e "d a1-' t i d1--at i tha:t dime ;i tile Lord."
" Sh.' died tit Jn-,<s .ad i. l1e4
law aoft hier ;atiiso-ers are.
Frint wnrow andi from sin relea~ed
And fixed frnn every %niage.
I':r l'rin thisc. world of' 1tim und stri:c.
.Site's. ilpree t ne. I itt. I, Lord:
The la miij.a of her sion.al life
Eid in : t.rge reward." I.
?' Tie frieeds of diajor
T. G. IACOIN. unnunce hir. as a cundiate
for the Otlico ef Clcrk of tie Court, of Edgo
wAr d tf - 6
N the night of the 18th inst. a hlf
shaf~ed Sadalle was fouind in the
street by a lad, with an old pair of Saddle
Bogs, the Saddifle h as not been long in use,
the owner can receive them by nye.tlying
at the Sad-liel.ry E's't;ashmnt of Dianiel
A b.i hs vilba5m- and painitg for this
marcith -.:! if 9
cnw .iprini~r & s'--nmeatr
.no. 0. B3. FOURD,
j.a t-oll a-"urlment of
LD R1* G O OD .
r'or the. S p i:s ntia Siummiter 'Trade, wims. he
n dll .il rrnt; hc Iuir Ca.sh.
.iarch 'J. if 9
I'D ir O l ,il-ti'I L IS IT .
1'huip I. .\l.:ue.
ft.N' It- l.
riji uli: l'aintitT hi-avinc this slay tlb-d le De'
c'.i ta ti in in :iiy otdi--'. and the ,D.-mtm'-td
'int h'aiii~ no w ife or aitiorney know n to be.
n ithr a riub- t" ri-i.I eisabl be, *'r-e.'a Iti jn r
.h-~red.itht th. d.--nd nt h-do the srs a Ii 'rrn s ais.
ela.raion.51T.' n ithi t ye~srand a ISy.o ia n
' : IECTI-'L' lI.\ inf-inis hii' cts
htweri4. ando thle pair sic generrally,
that Ihe is ju.,t retiurnedJ Irom C firks-stitn,
w ithi a vae'y of' articles ina his line, wich~l
lie w ill i--poseo of on terms to suit the
maarv'h'Wi tf 8
!ICtKL.A\'ER & l'LAISTIERER.
rpI E.NID-RS his services to the ctizen,
k of ais and the adjoininig Districts, to
dli nary work iu hi-s linec, in a w-orkmntlike
m~ianer. and tat pr'ices suiiable to the timnes.
ll.sving~ servedl n regular apphrtnticesihp
to the businen,. he will warrant the work
h ie puts toigetheir to) stand.
Letters addnressed! so the care of Wm. F.
Doirisoe, will mect with immediate attern
march *'2 if 8
T K U. S. D)ISTR ICT C01:tR;.
DIsTaIcT OF .S0L'TH C.ARtLJtA.
IN B'AXA' IPTIr '.
IN thu maitter of i.ewms 11. (Colbb Ma'rchant.
3.re'sidinlg in .\hih-ville litstrict. Sisuth (Car
shti sa itbn skrmipht.
Putrstigat to ati O rdm'r of thei Di-t~r iC ra
of the IUnitedt States. for the District of Soth
Cairolinia. Noitice' is hereby givena. that e'.smim he.
..hewna bmfore the said ('olrt, at the F-ederal
CosartI lotnie ini Charles~itn. ona the third
inay mof June' nexl. at ele'ven u.'chic'k. A. .M..
why then said Lewis Il ('obb, stniit limt re
cerve his Uischargec and Certificatens za hUni't
.('t...rlt..tn 0th dnt of nrarchl. t -i
PETER GOLLY. >
Turner and Gansmith.L
INFORMS the citizens of Edgefield
village and its vicinity, that he is pre
pared to execute all ktuds of Turaing. in
Wood, iron, Bras. or any kind of Metal.
lie also repairs all kind, of Gunwurk.
at the lowest prices for Cash.
(70 All persons indebted to him are
respcctfully requested to come forward
and .etie their accounts.
march29 if 9
State of' South Carolina,
Willianm Feain & lienrietta rore lasure
Frajin. 0 to) if
C J. Coinahan. Adninist'r. ) MarIgage.
W ILLI BE SOLt,n 1he 6rg! ifundav inl
A pril wx t. at Edgefield C. H1. to close
the almnvc atisted 3lort;:age. the follo.wing pro
perv r iz I-'ar Negres. taralh. tan her :hree
children. Iatrick, Melia, and Jenany.
S.ClRISTE, a :. o.
mareche 15 (I1d9 3t 7
6v i,. P R 1 3.i. imr..S. v'. 31. 1
Edar iid C. If.. March 13. -43. %
OR1J.s .\0. -
j N cuaacqueice ofhe resignation of Cop
t.s Je-sse .l1. Cobamrn. u Ldgelield iieat
Conapar:y Nu. 1, an lcterion will I- htld sae
Satlrdiy the 13:1 of May next. at Edgeil
C. II., or ite pr powi of tilling the varancv.
tlhe the Sme div. rit II o'clock. the Eigelield
ient (7nuipany will purnde -at tie above nain
*-o placo. arsed and e'Pteipted according c,
By orha-r ef f'.u. .Warfjll.
S.\ M UC . ,6 1. Lt. Col.
Moniers- 1.iemt. taaer. Lieut. Coll.,
't1s0 S.%r:-enn T. G. Bacon.'
V): ch 15 9t 7
N OTS C E.
S1I.1 Peroanii tire lor arned from tradin;
tUr t w, Ntotes of hind. veis by ine to,
1ajimi W. Cotnnear. onse due iir.,t Januarv oezt.
f..r Fiv,'e linilredI isollaar, with intere.at ifromi
the daa. dmnc.! Jnnnaary 19. l'43. The other
for Five! flundlred lDoitars. d'ie first Jaiinry.
i -S. datedl l9t Jamary, 1,&13. The inast
.\otnm were given .r laosd, a 1art of vlich
hebIand t, aaether pr-tto. The Not" tare
iII p00%.ewanitt o f Genil. G; WV Ilodige.. wi') :<
linliniv hoinid w% ih V'i: I W. Conner. in a b-ti.l
to uaiikea thp Iitl of 0.id l.1nd- 'ood. I never
intend to pay the said :iorea.
.-rch 1.5 if 7
F1. Oli thesuebscriber. living nier
Coloid'-ceek, ins the neighbourhiood
t';t'h~nean.11 l1 Edgefield District.
MY .-c~om~in JOHN, whma I pur
-chai~tof my fair r is few w eel.,saqus,
my fnther airchased blln 60r1m 3 pe
en!tcatr. ia oum Virgiiaa. John said ie
was r.i-ed near Htichmoid, Va . ie is abouat *'.
yenr- of age. atbenit 5 feet M or 9 inche high.
ottlight co.plexian. amii it a scar oin the elr
ner mafhica left eye: is a uaour well made tellow.
Nl faced. apc-sks quick when spoken to. fie
hadl on when he! w.ceit aw-y a flurcap.m brown
ih c!ot en.a. ta fool Inmarns of' couroe grey
cloth. It i, qniite4tkely het is trying an get back
ts Virgini-i. I will give. twenty fve dollars
reward t) anly pertion who -il apprehend the
Siad usive aid conane hits ins any jail in this
Sante, to ta.it I get hiuti aain. aid thirty-five
doilars if rtaken ont of theStae. maid if brought.
home nl reasonablct expenses will be paid.
The spenator frima whom he was purchased
wries his nate .\duew Lee.
Feb. 22 if 4
The Cinnbia Sntmh-Carolinion. will eeioy
the above nice a niviath utstil forbid. And
f.rva nrl ther rir icaounte to this oice.
J. D. TIBIBE3T8,
IIAS re-moved to, the roosa formerly
Soccupa~iedi by 3lr. Lyon, mu 3Iecssrw.
Pennei~ altire, 'w here he is carrying oan the
$ihae busiiness in ill its branches. le a ill
kaeep v'ontian~r'ly onu hantd a good supply of
home1011 m adeawrk. all kinds of leather anal
iiraa. wehich will be sold ats cheap as
rau be ha~m-:nt at any Idace. All kind-4
\f worak doneua to ardher with neaarness andl
dhltintchl. lie sa ill nhso pay the bigbest
prira' et ir all kian !, of hides.ecithe, iu.Cashu
Leazther or Sos
Faelefiehll C. Ii.. Slnrch 8~ 'f 6
~Pheasant Hlill Academyv.
fI l Trustear. of tie Pleasant 1i1 i
I. School r espctfaully infeirna the pub
lie that theiy hiave en;agde thme services ofl
Mir. D. WultI andia .M1s S. Ot;.eroy, for
thei pmec~oeit year. Mir. WVhite takeucharge
of tihe Alar, a.il irs. Duttn of the Fe
mah-ia lepnt ient.
Thei Schooacl Iliee ii %iatuae betwecu
'lie E'atetici aid % arutiwn Rload,
athloaut thre a;nt arters acf a mile friian Dun
The Schooil is nocw' in operation, anal
n' illcotntinue until ihe 15, h lDecernbe-r Ou t
The lacI:: experientce al 3Mt White. and
athe kazain u 4acompli!.hmen'uts of \ rca. D~un
laun, '. arr~'ant us ian belie'vinag that t hose
wh to mat faaor thaema wia h theair pat ronagri
wxill bi e ae1ll leaaed wi'.th rthe aanoral amid
mnrtli proficie'ncy ci itawir chaildreni. "Tae
Eitunionit is pilea-anl, an1die neighborhood
haealthy. iloarding in good houses may
lbe had ton reasoabhle terams.
Ra~in;:. WVriting andl Arihatic, $3 (M)
lFaaglish Gramomair andc G;eotgraphy. 4 li
Plaian Trigotnmetry and Practical
Surveying, on thec late and bigh-.
Iay approved system of John
Gnmeree-e - - - .5 01l
Rev. ). ID. IIl'NSON.
W M. IiR UNSON. E-sq. Trtes
JOE l ROP'ER, Secn., Trse.
JOlhN IIILL. J
Jeenuary25' l0t 5
L L. persons inade'>ted to us on accounts
1.date the first of January last. are re
quested to comec andl settle up. WVe have
to pay our debts.
GOODE & LYON.
Feb.13 cf 3a
&I.L personmt. itndebtead to the subscriber.
I by nste' or cupeni acontlt are requesaed, as
hae is de'pr~ved by the Toiwn Concil. or the.
privilege cofrel~t~aig. to comet forward as sotan
a' pccncile &. ptay map. h is desirous ofelosae
Ic" aaustese. .All .Nates anid accouta. aa 'a '*t
tied,. in seac shnpe air formi, by ihe aext Return
licy. will lie phmce'd in the bands of an Atter
anew lair colleca:tioni.
13. J. itYAN.
200K & JOB PD.XNTZNO
O Fh. Every adescrirption oxecutedl with
anntmineaa& decspatch~at the Office.
r a. t' ta ear.v t itl'FTe..c....