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C aaer al--Tlfgeneral imprnmvenent
e[. uIlested itself in our
rePiD asstg. slowly bt
Abq p nee of money in 1he
contianaas fW as' ever.
materal.ehsige in thir prices
.eewisit, am any fractionalli
wthat my be noticed, has been the
of more tecaporary ca09" which
Aim- to time bare a slight influence
en tbe Londlon Market.
Thiei has beD aigood demand for
'ens ofibod this week. al
sales bve*iaot been very ex
'Thorpi' a gevneral impresion
ill advnice as the sCason pro
,Tb. eport of manufactured goods has
. beiwexteaive, stimulated by the unpar
-eed-lowness of prices; and, as the aC
aMtg from America indicate that the
kmp of ctton, will be very large, there is
- bbilit pf'he manufacturer be
ma hb to continue his purchases at low
- b ernmatig. of the failure of Bra
UIIegoPitationshin the House of Cum
Ne,- the other evening. has given the
-biolders of colonial sugar inrrea4ed confi
dece, and will, probably, produce a nso
T4 -prieo6f provisions coniinue very
" A espeially grain, which is causing
. f.' iseaction in the corn growin
TWottit market here has been rather
A*HlItbougtitere has beeu little niteraton
ief. which may in a great degree toe
al t ed to the- late news frot Anirena.
more privatesbaikitg houies have
- sieod specio ayntn. I he one
CGlark &Mo., of Leicester; the
S.thed1ess5 lakersol & Gtdilard, of
owdeisths European Tents. .prd 29.
s.imirja.-ritse at.... or (s.u.an for tihe
keniling ye'sterday am~..unt- it will b. sce.
-wardd of :h3.000--ire than 4100 bap
oe day.a The -beutr gnalitiea of Amnerican
-- ateateady"hut inferior de,eripiiosa have rie
VA"c. eebd edyan eighth. Fnrther advicee fromi
settiv to tl-e weathier for
acrop ate lonkled for with 41anne
- i T iasket preists no btriking lea
.U "post the whole lebu uV:.t than
est India produce has be-n slightly affect.
-!e'tby the failure of the kazil enbasay. and thse
hupaysment which took place when the re
sk becama kunowo has' een ensnfihesud by
tthe satseq Uet dedaration of the Priue Ain
j Astie.--Many7hands are still out of work.
wyetWe have to notice some ianprivement in
tbe battig business.
Bedb.Tradb on the whole continues ra
theiraniiiated. Counterpanes have a (air salr;
NLagand amiins have received a sliglal
t cononyrans are unusually trisk,
~ther the trade is eneosraginet. The
in boti bras and iron foundries cion.
* ti.b.e amore.and more fully e.mployed ;
.bi*wdos - 6are 1 well stocked wit work.
Br -Taic Ilow been a steady deunand
f_ pieces, both in pitds and fancy
1 but prices have not exhibited ay ::n
proment,. We have had considerale acti
j s -do- lia-U yarn arket, aid for particular
a eost in nqes. lieber ales have
- .e..s.a.S Wnmis without im
ib'elS a-reg&e demand cir vaine.
-Trade continoes It a tolerably heal.
ahd'thre is .generally full employ
Lehw.-!Trare enntinue to wear a
bhe y-haspect. awore etpecially as regards the
mket. 274as i5's printing clotn
ehbesui selysldat an advance of l4d per
a- ithe current prices of last week.
dscriptions of lrintaug cloths are
M -Our Wonl Uarket has had a dull
teatim any change in price.. The de
measdham heen cliciy confined to files of Da-.
Medico.-Wo are indebted to Mr. Geo.
B . Crittendeo, son of the Hion. J. J. Crit.
tmndee, one of the Texian Prisoners iu
Mexico. who arrived in this city yesterday,
- hgway of Ilaevana. in the steamship Ala.
barna, (or the following verbal intelli:;ence:
Mr. Southall, beprrr of despatches te
iIealoo. arrived ot Vero Cruz n hen Mr.
Crtttendea left. Thea Falmiiouth was in
port, awaiting dhe fist payment of the
Ideican indemnity. The parevailing opi.
worn in Mexico was -that the paymfent
gould ibe efectuated. It is confidently
'as~rted that Gen't. Wandly Thompson
asu:duteined to demand his pahlporta
eai ie the country ina the event of* the
V eay'msOs of he lirst instalmnent.
h,-was also esirently-.eseried thai San
* ta At fronk be investedl with the dicta
higetM co by the Junta.
, ts-wuo Tutiana prisoners nere ia
kmngwom -ware Col. Fiaher,
e- Van Ness and Thos.
II? 3?' More'isiigellptl. to work inl
ag.'pI.seed to every Iiad of
raIlteatment. Very littlo hopes
- tbfe assiota enpair , was enter
jiI 6 irfriends. . erg
~~s.I ~ dt George C.
~ ~&,n 'Presidetit Houe
.1 Colonels Creen and
andl not enititled to
- eh ;Ievcaipiwtltionl, was
dgby -eidissee obtaineia in
~sednerally hbived.-N. O.
- fccfrn- ..-Br'ndeti
but*a days from Sisaif'ws have
Wih the following importan,
pLth'e Menican Army,
lltnea,ewe had been be
* adwho a~ewwards had
a em bsbiem -in their camnp
t T hesYbitahSes nder tbt
- fiugin the0 efty 01
TepaafZlilee secatamand ofGenera
staias deJg edary Btaragan, were t
aeate thet~r tory of-the state with al
tB onors of war, on the next day, leat
~'~their arm of lagsztry, nde pereed
* fani.doatde Beca and from thence' ie
'eehael whe shey were to be embarked
- fgfmpcien, eight hays after their arr
yaJ~onboard the Mexican trewaports ant
-wt1 ar; IT Tbe officer' of the dissis
. wadproitsedh to 18g -befure their govern'
*Went atrue stafetnet-of the sirnt and
&EestC of the Ypecatenese government,
SiIU'their unOtt endevorsi to have
justiciones them. The division had th,
iilege of leaving their sick and wounde
'he city, who would be taken care of a
Ae, expense of be Mexican government
1he Mexicans wore to leave at Teopeum
their artillery, which would be carried I
31crida, to be returned to the Mexicans a
the termiination of the war.
Prisoners were to be exchanged accord
ing to the laws of an1tians.
A body of 2.400 Yucatanese, left Meri
da on the 2d Maytu their way to Telciha
for the purpose of capturing the Mexica
divi,;on, who hail not complied with tenm1
of the capitulation allowing thew rig
days to quit the territory. Though a
express had been sent to Goneral Amept
dia for vessels to convey the division I
Tampico. none bad arrived n hen the tim
allowed them had expired.
On the 2d instant. an express arrived j
Merida from Campeacby, giving the it
formation that the Texas sqadron, con
manded by Commodore Mloore, had a
riveI safely at Campeachy.
On the 27th uIt.. they were attaeke
during a calm, while doubling Point lint
vey. by the Mexican war steamers Mot
teuma and Guadaloupe. which after
sh-trp engagement v ere driven oil, til
Texas vessels warping into the harbor i
iSamuel Vine alias James ClaudiJ
Paxton, one of the individuals arrested b
Capt. Taylor at the Balize, was re-ei
arnined yestrday moruing tov Records
Bald win. and sentenced to thirty slays in
prisonment in the wnrk-hiusc, upon ti
charge of vagracy.-Ibid.
IMINCEL LA ME GIUS.
[From Ie Macon Mssenger, .lIn II.J
Gold in Ionro.-We lave bei
mentiuiedl that cold hail been found i
Monroe county. its two or three place.au
ic mimies or depositc, so far ie'ted. a
;:iVe as.urniee that ihey cuul.l te pr..fit
lily worked. We now learn thast severi
othemr. have ben diaenverel.uniot if whi,
tre situated near the rowialiga Creek, i
the viciitv of the ro;d fron Forsyth 1
ithe In-liat Springs. Somne of them ni
now workel Iy ,several hundsi. and we bi
lieve thi.t all have collecled snificient gni
to cosmpen-ate themn well for their lahor
generally averaaiug a dullar and upware
to each hand per lay. The number 4
hands is increasing. and should prcsi
prospects be realizd. it is cipected h;
in a few weeks they will amouu: to sol
Considerable gold has been frund on it
plantation or the late John Mann. on tl
south side of the Townliga, and circun
stances exist in connection with tit ati
I the otber-nines in tho vicinity, which as
tworthy of notice, and may load to curiom
and interesting spectlations, in comnecime
with the mysterious remains of a forms
civilized population in this country. %'
allude to the remains of uumcrons fortil
eatioas, apparently erected some hundre<
of years since. hy a civilized people, ger
erally supposed to be Spaniaruls. Ti
site of one of these ftis ison ihe lands i
Mr. Mann, and witbin a few yards of or
of the best deposites of g4HPthat have bect
discovered, an ' ;,; oth; mines are ni iti
ithe distance of two miles, (uxccpt or
which is bclow #Forsyth.) Pr.tiumptit
evidence is strong that these formificmatior
were erected in the viciiity of mines whic
were known to, and worked by their ocet
pans. Evidences of this have been ioun
in the Cherokee eounty t and have alread
been developed an the lands of Mr. Mani
An earthn jar has been- duL up from Il
depth of six feet. which haid apuparenti
heen left there in a former excavationm
the earth. An axe was also fotntdi
a similar situatin. The scite of thme fo
at this place was firat noticed in tI
spring of 1827, ini consequenmce of an c:
tratrditnary freshet in the 'Towntliga,whit
wnshed oilr the surfaee of thme earthi to ti
depth of two or three feet, which hiad pro
viously eoncealedl iv, (as the ground hst
been cleared anid enmitivated wvithout mal
ing the discorery.) We Passed over ti
ground soon after, whtere we satw nmn
curiouts articles whtich had principally bec
collete-l by Mr. Manne. Amng thei
-un-ibieks andi harrele of a rude construe
tsir-a sword hilt aindm blade, small axe
pikes, nils1. a small narlia spike, hame
hells, plate-bras,, heads, some inlaid wi
gohl, kivets, great quantitica of brokc
p ;ottrs ware, atnd one Juc entire what
would esmtin about a ;;lno.
No cast miro was foundic, awl it won
appear that their coo'kstg vessels were
earthen, m ade on the spot (and no out
qualiy of w'are but the most common wi
sicoveiredl. Several articles of ston
iently wroughi were four.ud.
There wvas an appearmece of a forge
I t nace, at which was eullectedl a gniant
ty of iron ore 'if the best quality, a pici
of which gww lies on the table. wlpic:' WI
handled uas, by Mr. Muann, sos'n aftler ml
di,.overy.) The space occuiedi as ml
site or the fobvs, was from aliree to fat
acres, andi some remains of pickets (~
lighwood) which had been bellow the su
face, were still to be seen. T'here wet
also esidlences (among the articles fitnmn
hat she oceupants were pro~baly Cache
ia. which wouluI we think most reasnon
bly suggest the belief that they must bas
beoged to the Spanisht exseditions unde
Do ktoto, or others, into this regioni
search of geld, about the years i540 I
1550, of irbici we have some limperfe
trces, in the history of that dag
A question is now suggested; which a
tink worthy of reeeon and investig:
to. Why, and for what purpose wee
the seversi fosts errected, that can lI
found in our State, uatess they were
rotect and conuroltene object o( gret
tterest or valuei The great esient
some of them, and the labor bestowed i
their eirection, shows that largo numbol
msti have been engaged aind importam
b~jecs to be attained. That they cots
not haya been intended as a mere cha
of posts, from the seaboard to the interio
is evident fyo their being too wid~el
scattered, ( 'well as too etensive.4 T'il
most prominent of these remains withi
ouv knowledge, are, the none at Brown
Mount, on the line of this .counti .am
Twigp- (which alone encloses fu y y
ere4-ne aortsitle. in Jones conwuy
onoion tholandshaMr.A. R. McLati
lin near East Siacon. anid theone a
have spokien of inm Monroe.,
Ia .onaking of itsrtilcaion. we mali
i no reference to ilia Monuds, which are
I scattered over akuost every part ofr Or
t State-these are of a more ancient origin
ltihan the others, and the work of a less en
I lightened people. Both are sthrouded in
a much mystery-yet the origin of the first
t may be accounted for, with some degree
caf probability, while the name of the pcu
- pie by whom the others were erected. th i
date of erectiot), or object, noouc presumes
- to saggest.
, With regard to the object of the Forts.
i we trust that the suggestions here i-ade,
s will fe found worthy (of entsideration and
it investi;atitti, and hope to see it under
The Gold 3inaes throughout the South
c are now tnively worked, ani with con
siderable success. A new mine has been
it discovered in Monroe county. N. C., iat
I- which MO0 persons are engncted, raisin;
$30 or $40 per week to each hand. The
'shining dros' is found in In-nps just below
the surface, and lhfe search for it in very
i rudely conducted. One lump worth $16
- was found. In Sianly county a rock nmne
is worked hv maclignery lth great profit.
a In Georgia and Alabarna the buminesinc
e i. tctively prosecluted- The Fayetteville
ta Oherver says:
11 is scarcely too much to say. hint ?he
s entirely middle section of North Caroliun
y i' one grewt gold mine. The tire has been
discovered in o ninny places. smnie at the
r surface, and soms' deeper. that we anny
. reasonably conclude that it ahounds
e thrnughout the whole region, ahich pie.
seats the tnme general fean.res. 11 is not
L ins everv inistanc-:. however, that the 1:>hur
er Ian bcen reward.:d for hiii time, even
.. ihen ol.1 Ia, been fonssd. ''he pteran
n ho founil the largest lump of gold ever
I discovercl. died a huankrupl. snid IIll n ISo
n have been in tle! neighbiorbasls! Uf OCe of
ai 0he m1:1-04. will :ettmit that istsainice.A of
41 povern v and m air:mi'mit :.bota'd 'herr A
I. few i'adivi'lual., Lke she Messrs. llcarne,
Il have::-011.1 selpe i profit by the di'covery;
hI h the great msajo.rity sof gol.t hun'er,
n I onii Ito much mi.- proftiihin and re
a spectably emploved in diggit; their coirn
I dunIt entau fields, even at porescut low
- AMUieism S0d) Ye.rrs ago !--Marnkitit
Is hive ever ieen. a*4 perhapl-s ever will lie.
if linble ,t -he iyv of suY-rman themnelves
it to ie much di-itirlsed and troubled ahoaut
it 'hings far bevnait human conprehensioi ;
e id tanly are s deldiled that they have
the vanity to prctend they can tell that
c which "not the nnels fit onven" know.
e In De Siimotli's haistiy of the Fall of
tie Roman Empire, amty to found the
e "There exist, however. ti the end of
* the tenth century. a caiuse wh lich vokt
n arrest our cnuirse, even hi we iitnletl
-r its pursue our narrative hie3nd it : this is.
e the al ost tmaiver-ral expecitaon theni on
- tertniued. if the approaetlin:: end Sif the
a worlal. So strong n"a this belief. tlit it
. led the greater part of the consrctemporary
c writers to Inv down She pen : fur awhile
if silence was complete; for histioriats enred
e not to write for a pn..terlty who10e cis.
n tence was to doabhf..l. 'iaus )er-nns
n 'to bud endeavoreI to - understandl the
0 Apocalypse, and to Jctrminic the time of
e the accomopits-imient or*ts prrdelese. bad
s been particularly strnck nith the twon
h1 tieth chapter ; % here it is announced that.
I. after the lapse of a thousanad years, Satan
d woul'd lie It loo-to to deceive [ie nations:
y but that. after a little: se.ason, G-l would
. catise a are to cnmata down (roan heaven
e and devor him. Ti.e accomplishment of
y all t be an fijI prophecics e )tinedtl' in this
,f book. apspeared, terfore. to 5 o ait hand:
n and time end of the world was suipptosed to
-j he iaalicatced by the dleruring fire, anad by
e the irst reserrecciin of shc demaI. TIhe
- nearer the' thonsauntdh year from the tairth
h of Christ apiproacehed, the mocre 'btdidanic
e terror tke pos-essisn oif every mitct. 1'he
.archtives bf tall countries contain a ;rn
ta ntambcr of the charte.ru of the ten:s'cen
.tury, he;;innting with tbh-te words : A p
e propingmante f::me 'n:amdi,"' (Ai it. t'ie I omf
y the worhld is approachaing.) T's~. .lti'
as ur.sversal belief redoubaalle a. s ,--ur o
n religionm, openedtl ri... :,- t ernl hamniit
.anod aseJe vnriou-- 'act' 'if picty. by for
s, t:e greater n-asier of which wtre dona-3
d sts toi the cler;y. of 1twesesions wthich
h the te--tahrsr atientieml with'eut re;;ret from
n hii.. tnannly. to- whom isle untive-rs .1 ,--,true
hi ion ,*oukl renider theam useless. Or hers.
hows ever, wrera of a tmore mterittorion< na
d lure : manty enemies were reconelled ;i
jmany powerful men gran-tedi full par-lonoi
tr to thio'e hmi had been unhappy e'nuan~h to
ohiend thean; several even gave liberty an!
s, their slaves, or meliorated the conadi'i'irr oft
their poor and. hitherto slighted depeat
. T1he ahore extract was pointed nt to us
e by a Clergyman of this plac. It is ex
.ocdly like Mlillerist and shows that mani
kid, upwvards oif600 years ago, were na
,, easily itsmb~uggedl, as at the present. Th-sit
ar they acre wrong, every bodly notw enn
.f see ; adr in all prohabilimy after this .3Iih
Ioneice generatit'i shall have been gone as
long as the Milleriaes above.- ken of, this
world will be something nei a fue smile
t. ofihe present time; bus it maiters himnie to
-us whant it wilt be thenm, as int thid aickly
e contry, none of us have an interest any
r thing like that far aheasd.
o Weo occasionally hear of a simpering.
: double-reflned youmng lady,. boasting that
she never laboredl, anid could~ not for the
e life of her make a Pudding, as athough
j ignorance of these matters was a mark of
gentility and a leaning toward European
e nobility. Thero can be no greater protaf
* of silly arrogance than sneh remarks, anti
t for tbe especial benect of snch, we wonidi
f kindly inform them that $Iadaine do Geni
a li supported the famitly of sthe Due do Or
. leans (anti among theta the preseat reign
it in monarch of France.) in Londont, by
the sale of her drawing; one of the Dutch
esses of the same court maintained hersetf
- and husband at Batch, by teaching a mu
sial schonl, aind the Queen herself, kept
e her family ipy sputrced hennete. These
n examples of onr own good couantry women
s would be punished and ridiculed as vulgar.
and rude republican models.
:EBiry inch a uMa.--The follawing in
terraing item w as fstr:,ished to the Daily
e Kettekian of the 29th nIr. by the gentle
mn who is taking the census-or Lou is
Mr. Ediur.-J cwme acrows a arlau lust
Aeek who is 55 years old ; Joe has been
warried three time%; by his first wre fe
had ,.leven, by his second wife he had ten,
and tweie by his last wire, making thirty
three hId ren. and nis wife now iS ill it
most i.terestiig siate. Twenty- thre- of
his children were boys anl ten girl,: nine
teen boys and six girls are living. ile muar
ried in his 18th ycar. tend renaired in a
stato of widowhood three years.
3IARILIAGY4 PROHIBITEDter BY 5ATC LAWS.
Mr. Editor,-Acco.rding to your requr-t
I setnd you a statement of the mar'i:t.es
priliitled by the laws of twet, two,
States and one Territory. I have wit
placed them in the nrder in which they
stand in those Iaxws; but supposed they
wouli be more plainly seen. I have pined
rogether relations by consanguinity ; atlin
iiy by the marriage of W-lood relations,and
afbuity by the wife.
Where the sanie relations are repCrted.
es lather'a sister. mother's sister, on's
daugler. daughter'.sdaughter. I have soid
autnt und granad-doughter and -o in other
eacs--and whern ri-ter an! half sister are
boah nmetin::e-, I have said sister. The
proibititions un precisely the simo in the
States of Mrine. Vermont. M!jssachusetts,
New Jersey and 31arvland. Tnere are :
Gr.ndm'other, !notlier, !autighter, grand
.tnughter. sister. nont:, niece. grandf:.ther's
wife, father's wife., son's on'e. granidon '
ni,!, wife's :;andnother. wife's mo'her.
wit'-, daughter, wife's granddattghter.
Dlm,-re is the name, with thr. tlalition
elf st)i's wife'i ister, n hich is it rse of
doubl: nfliniiv, and i4 the oily inue named
in ttw i t h o ansv of the States.
t.iste'r, n1uns, niece, grandfnth-r's wife,
fn:hrr't wife. sin's wifr. g'ratndson's wif
lro rc'~s if--, uncle's witf, nephc's
wife. n ire's grandmtither. Wife's mi:he:r.
vwit''s:i :hrr wife's* ::rnndt-ts:!,ter.
wife's atint. In thi3 State and 3btsseb-ac
setts, wif-'s si-ter and wis niero were
once prnhibited; hnit the lsav ns to wifes
niece was repealcl in this State in If.>59
anl in wife's si-ter in 1793.
Fir;-inia.-3other, daughter, grand
dati:l.;er, siet'r. mint, niece father'-i wife,
s.)m's n ife, brother', wife, nucle's wife,
neplew's w.if1. wie' daughter. wife'st
granddaugh- r. i ife's iier. Thi i- the
only Sta:e in which wife's ster ii natedl.
latighter. sister. mint. father's wife. s'1114
wife, nfe's daughter, wif'ss granddaugh
Nte !iampshire.-Daaghter. grand
dlaughier. si-ter, anat. niece, fa'her'.- wife.
soi's wife. wife's tnther. wife's d:tm;hier.
Kentucky.-losher. daughter. grand.
daunhiter. sister, stunt. nice. tathe;'s n ife,
son's wile's unc!e's wif... wife's daughter.
wife6'< gratnddaughter. In thi-4 S:ate ivife's
si,se na' ptohibited 1ntil 179S when the
law was rhanged.
7'T ns e the same as Kentucky. with
the ormilnission of uncle's wife.
Alabama and Mississippi.-1u't her.
duhrgranddlaughier, si-te-r. aunit.
rathier's wife. son's wife. ncle's %% it'en i.e's
daut::hter, wvife'-s grnddahnzhter.
Olo. .llir0ism and Wisconein Terri
tory.-Male persons of tte age of eigh
teei, and fenalo persons ou the age of
foirtenca rers. not nearer of kin thn first
cousirt, or not having a hushand or wife
livin;, may marry.
MJissouri, Ark:nsas and Louisiana.
Mother, daughter. aranlparenus and
grandichildren, in every degree, s:stcr,aunt,
New l'urk.-Grnndmother, mother,
dautghter. grandulaugh ter sister.
.SouthJ Casroli.-.Ill maxrriages are
lawful whlich are not prohiisilied by the
laws of tfo..
Indiana.-31 a~e ge:m.ns of the nee of
tighi2een, andl females esf the nee o.f t'eour
n'een e-t ;nnV, " whecre t hisy atre tnot prn
. ibitil by t he~NwS of God from so doin'g,"
he joinedu in tunrr,...r
1 hre . s seent a iy law ojf she Simies of1
Ge"-e.,, Nur:bI Carninta. Rhud'e isltand
and' lihor-is. on the suldeet.-Proteslant
Sin uila r Occurrence.- Rr. -nirr in:'.
-Th~le Mobile lieraldl say..:-Women arc
gneer erentures, atnd 0 nistitke. On: the
.2dn of last mnth, ana elderly matron at
;tun' Falls, in N. York, who hadl beens
living withi her lor.1 anid maaster. Mr. Jo
.ephl Fa.neis, for the Intst twenty-threa
yca.s, took it iro her head thati she was
not his wife. ft appears that the f.ormer
marriasge was sniemnizedl according to 'he
ites of rte Ca'tbole Chtnreb, and at this
late daay, the wife lhegntu to haive qiuahns
of conscience ahout the scriptural legali' y
nif the ceremony, amti strenuouasly refused
tol sharo rhe. "bed and board" of her liege
Ford "another night'" until the knot bad
beeni tied "in, language she could uder
stand." Reduced to this alternative, the
disconsolate ss ain w ith lisi old sweet heart
started on toot through the snow for the
village. a distanuce of two miles, where the
ceremony was performed. The wife buride
bh.shed, the bush~and-hridlegruoom kaoked
ender and saluted lher, the clergyman de.
clitned a Iee. andi the happy couple return
ed home-the n ife being cttred of allsern-.
pIes is ith regari to the legality of her title
to .-bed and board" and all the privileges
and pleasures thereunto "appertaining."
WVe trust they may enjoy a happy "honey
Erft rnal A pplication of Laudlanum.
A ease of death fromt the absorption of
Iaudanum applied externally, has just oe
crredl in Paris. A young dramatic wrt
ter, 31. Camille Bernay, whose first at
tempts bad been very favorably spoken o.
wais ordered by his father, who Is n phy
sician, to apply for a slight indisposition a
poultico on the stomach, on which be was
to let fall a few drops of laudanumn. To
assuage the pain, which was acute, the
paticnt let lall not four or five dlrops, but
the cotitents of a nhole vial. The efl'et
was aitest instantaneous after the appli
cation of the poultice.-Antidotes were
appliedt imrmediarely, but 71. C. Bernay
died shortly allerwards.
The Sa-annnh Georgian says:--"Print
ing by Eltecicity is said to be almost ue
com plished. Mr. Alexander Baitn, sa. a
tive of Scotlasnd, hioldly proclaims that he
can prinr any number of copIes of a news
paper at any distance from his office, b
man. of wrres efeetrrn.ms'tmetized. A
Hr. aia has idenuted a clock an felt
;raph on similar principles, the' scientii
ire very ready to believe a good deal c
whliat he says."
Distrescing Suicide.-It becomes E
paiufio sh1iv to recitrd the detilh of Maste
Francis M. P:-eples, a promiising you-he
IS y.srs old, on of V.n. II. Peeaph
Esqof Perty rounty. under the follou
in. distressil" cr:cub-stneP- : lie It
'is fatitr's residence on thc 4:h inst.. wit
a runaway neg-ro, belonging to .lr. Tod
wio reides nsear Varen:on. and swii
stray mniles Dud a pioney liavin.: urn-lei
s0od 'that the mtles helon;Ing tt. the Rei
P. -. Graves of this place, lie left fhle.
here (Mr. Graves not being at Lone at Iih
time) and w.;nt over tl:e r.ver to conve
the negro hmme. which lie did. for whir
31r. Todd paid him 82. And Oh! hort
ble to relatc ! he came back here on tl
5ih in,.t. and comnmenced gambling wit
.nme blackklgs who infest our town : an
beine young ntnd inexperienced, he bOn
lost all his money and a golJ watch wori
73 or 80 dollars. and borrowed some E
drllars from di!Terent persons in town, fi
thu pirpise. as he said. of naing chane
which he lost anoh. lie then started. as t
,aid, to go h.ame: but fecling himself di
:raed, and unw :ling v, mept bia famil;
be loiter:l al'n ittil the 9th trist.. wh<(
hbe ot upas lar as Dr. Itaudiiis at Wooi
lanu. le !errowed a gin. as he said.
hoot a bird or squirrel. In the cour~e
1 few minttes the Doctnr's family hen
the gun ire, and after waiting some tin:
for him to retirn and his failing to do s,
they went to the placc where they hlw
thue'report or the gun and found him in
iiting p-'sttire by a fence. etil, wvith h
braints blotnn nut-nving ituck the hrem
of the nun in the grourl and placed il
Inzzle n:;ain-t his orehelnud !
We have been thut particular in givit
: tatent of the harrid affair. hoipir
rhlat it may deter others from ;mrsuing t1
atne cour,%e. What a solemt narning 1
the youth of the country !-Sdma (Ala
Viree Press, 1:k.h ist.
AltIr.pred Suiride.-Prolemnies, the
taliar. who moade -in attempt upon the Ii
ofrour worthy Mnyor. itade an effort I
take his own lire in hik cell its Moyamei
4sing prhon some time an Mosnday night
yesterdlay morning. When his breaka
wns taken to him early yesterdny. he w,
found -itting against the nll speechles
It is stipposed that he round a broken kni,
blade in the cell, which prolibly belloa
Sto siome %v retched being wh, hal occi
piedl it before him, with which he opettc
mon of the veins or his arm, andi aho- stal
bed himself 'I the foot. It appears ohi
he hal liso eo an attempt to hang hin
elf. Ilis t.,ndition and the condition 1
things around Wim honwed that he had ro
meniderable quantity or blondi, which pri
ltced the tste of insensibility in which I
as outnd. By the timely application i
proper rmnedi,-s lie revived, and is no,
rnti-dered out of danger.-Phil. U.
Ga:e tte, 10th inst.
Surgiced Operation.-Wo learn that z
-vcecdingly deliente operation was pei
ormd at the Ilospital itt this city on We,
nesday last, by Dr. P. V. Ellsworth,
turgeon of lanrtrod. The subject was
;il eleven years ofnee, of H umphrey
rille, who was horribly deformed from
Iitrn which she received when three ye&
f age. The car covered the whole i
ane side of the neck, extending from it
lell ear tot the middle of the chin, and aga
from the anterior to the posterior end
the collar bone. By the ctration Ift!
skin the lower lie waes comtpletely tutrnt
nott nearly to) the~ bot tont of the chin. ar
he jaw was odrawn dow-n to the breast
that t he posititon of the lower~ teeth we
hor;'izin'ni. Dr. E'. dlividled the scar an
brn:;h4lt the jtiw andI lip Up) to i's propt
poitioin: but this left a large gaping Wont
w hih was necessary to lill, and this wa
donie b~y cutning a 'suip of skin large enous
to anlawer the purpose from the shnoldet
tis strip, severnil inchecs in length or
breadsv, was notl entirely detachted, bi
n ;ts ennectedi at oune end where it wi
t witedI and titen laid over the w ound, tI
fleshy tsubstncc of courso downt; and ti
noourd wats them bound up.
rTe wioun-i en the shoulder was care
fulb drawn together atnd the patient
doiiog wtel!. Shie hore the te-diouos at
painful disiection with great tortitud
Th'le enetireu operation we learn wats nevi
peitorrmed in Europe andl never bcforei
New Englntd. It is not uniusual to r<
lease such contractions of the skin by it
knife ; but Dr. Muter, oi Pinladelphia.Gr
attempted to cover the niound from ti
tijoitning skin. It has beeni tried tEve
sixc tames in tbe country since with sui
cess, and it is believed that the first cas
in New Eniglandl nill result satisfactoril:
Dr. Ellsworth has been very s'uecessfulI
ither delicate operations, and takes a big
rank in his profesin.-Nt lHaren P n
Odd Felloes.-Th'e origin of the ords
of otdil fellows is oaf antique date. It ws
first established by the Roeman soldiersi
cnmp. after the order of the Israelites du
ig the reign of Nero. the ioman Emnp
rr who commetnced lis reign A. D. 5,
at u bich time they were calledl fellow cit
rent. The ntame of old fslluw was giva
to this order of tmen A. D. 79 by Titt
Csar, Emperor of Rnme, from their sit
gularity of notion and from their knowir
each other by night as well as by day at
for their fidelity to him nd to their cual
try. he net onily gave thtem the name
0d fellows, but at the same time as
plde of friendship, presented theta wil
a dispeasation, engravedl onea plate of go
having the following emblems namely
Te royal arch of Titus Cesar, the ark<
the covenant, the golden candlesticks, it
golden talbles, (weighting one great talen
rThe sun for N. G., the moons and stai
for V. G., a lamn% for seeretary, the lie
for gutardian. the dove for warden, andI ml
emblem of mortality for the G. SM.-Spa
It is no sin to be ugly, but it is rathi
inconvenient. Still sotme men like I
M irabeau was proud of his extreme ugl
ness ; he valued himself as much on beit
the ugliest man in France, as 0 on~ir
e best orator. Hle wats so ugly that :1
boyssedto stepbiga in the ustet and a,
bnm tr his taco didn't hurt him...
r W DXoESDAY. MAY 24. 1342.
lie u dlig to tha ilars ofh Tampre of
our 1.ter.and iituutfall xv ail Perish
0 amidst the Ruins."
.1 FOR ZSiDiET:
JOHN C. CAL HOUN,
Subject to the dciion of thet I ocratic
r Republican Contwion,. aeaemble i
.May.184SMas reonsasde4lty Iiate~s
of MaryLmd, Michign, KEntucky, Lou.
osrn. New Hampaire. Maseausells.
' Alabama and Mississippi.
o The lreather.- For the last snkwe haive
had fine weather for gardening.. and working
d the crops in the ground, having been bonti.
c fully supplied with rain. The corn andcotton,
which had been safering from the edrught,
begins to show a healthy appearance, and we
have a hope, should we not again be visited
4 by a severe drought. that the crops in this
! neighborhood, although a month later than
last year, will be abundant.
1T7 Edward G. Heriot. Esq.. of Charleston.
U S. C. hau been appointed by the Governor of
:o Georgia. Commissioner for that State, to tako
) acknowlglgements of Deeds, &c., to be used.
or recorded in this State.
[- MISSIONARY NOTICE.
le 7Te undersigned will commence their Mis.
' sionary labors
On Saturday before the 1at Sabbath in July,
ir at Point Pleasant.
On Satt day before the Sd Sabbath in July.
re Ott .aturday before the 3d Sabbath in July,
at Red Bank.
On Saturday before die 4t Sabbath in July,
at Cloud's creek.
On Saturday before the ith Sabbath in July,
On Sturday befrot the 1st Sabbath in An
*4 gust. at Rocky ereek.
. On Saturday before the 2nd Sabbath in Au
ie gust, at Sardis.
)f On Saturday befor, the 3rd Sabbath in An
IV gnat. at Lexington.
On Saturday before the 4th Sabbath in An
glost, at ...oud's creek.
JAM ES.FP. PETERSON.
a 5irgixia Eedions.-Tbe ottlrnshaving been
a fully received, of the election. in Virginia, it
6. is now ascertained that their Delegation to
a Congres wil consist or 12 demoa and 3
s whigs, viz: Meysts. Archibald. Adkion, G.
)r C. Dromgoolo, Walter Coles, E W. Hubbard,
e T, W. Gilmer, John W. Jones, Hony A.
u Wise. W. F. Lucas, W. Taylor,'."W. Watts,
G. W. Hopkins. and L - Steenrod. who are
meJ'incrat: and Mesers,. Willonghby Newton,
j Samuci Chihton, and G. W. Sumnmers. whigs.
nThe democwrat~s has a majority in the Legis
a latute, upon jotut ballot, of 24.
r Bank uf the Stateof Georgia-At an election
d fotr Directors of the different Branches of the
is Blank, to serve for twelve months, held at the
hi Banking liouse in Savannah, ont the 15th inst.
the (ollowing gentlemen ware elected:
d at .tagusa.-Geo. Mt. Newton; WAI. NJ.
,Torpin, J. Rt. Balkley, 11. WV. Risley. Win.
Bostwick, James T. Gray. Joseph Davis.
e At EFtonton -3.C. Masou. Henry Dran
ham. John hIuatson, [thy Hudson, J. Clarke.
s~ Alexander, Garnet Andrews,Thomas Semmes.
dJohn H Poupe, Aaron A. Cleveland.
SAt Aihess.-W. L. Mtitchell, SteenaThom
as, Thomas N. llamilton, George Dent.
Small P'o.--The Greaie Mo..ataw of
the 19th inst. says: " People et a distance still.
e insist that the Small Pox is raging in Gueea
r title. We again state that there has not been-.
-a single case wihia thirty miles of this place;
ie and what is more, we don't expect to have it
h Traaing.-The candidates for lhe Offce of
-Clerk of the Court of Sesions and Common -
Plas, of Greenville District, seven is number,
rhave piledged themselves as gentlemen, not to
s treat to intoxicating or other drinks, either da
n rectly or indirectly, by their friends or other.
-We hope the candidatas in onr district will.
,. follow this good example.
a Professer lriss.-TegLersVauss.4West
e of the 8th inst.says;t "Ware happy to learn
'from Drs. Wells and Fair.is attending Phtysi
gcians, that this gentlemnen is doing well, and
.hopes are enttertained that he will seem he re
yf stored to his former htealths and usefulness."
ha7g II. L Atwater. oftColatabiaarS. C.. bas
d off-red a reward of Finty Dollars. foi'a Pedlar
.in Tin Ware. by the name of Jaka Norgen,
f who he sys, has made his exit, after having
0 disod of the ware, with a wagonatd horse,
) which Bir. A. provide~i for him,.&leo a-fine
a old watch, detached lever,1l3jeweis, the man
ufacturers names on the inside esp-Freneh,
.Coopee &r Co., Cornbill, Londee, No, 1900.
Nortos, is about 5 feet6 or 8ltnesbhigh, a
native of Albany, N. Y., and a Ttnner by trade.
. printed at hhilledgevilie. Geo.,heqng dirous
g of remosving to the west. oiets so dispose of
g the wbhoe or one-balf of the establisinmen
0 whichhe statesisa gtery proitable one, bat
k inag a circulation of about 2,000, with a very
respectable advertising patronage.