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* iwh bb thin gsatM alhense,
easiesis i es e-nearporated uaghts
nohluthh!...r.t% ghs of the people; it s
,ssst the dignity and
~ gh ope that no one
ibl be regardies ofthe
anvolved i'this contes'.
t beers are
~Crolinm, a etrmin.
T cmrolled by thpIo
M6 t thirnuence to resiat the
-d obe priviledgs whirb
yt very numerous
can be no ques
tuenatry and idi
It~ -,lildteed by the un
* 'o$ hanking inititutions.
- - iasytem.the nation.
eas 00013r% has received a blot.
fari faie, which will not be
SOur national adtininistration
byip~hence, the Bank
herlmeasures. have been
l y thirestiae. We do not intend,
- a aan wegive,the aried and multiplied ef
esnter enoitiy oftbis thing. We indulge
b - jitin, tI th prseantitude oroury
- - -SbskWVilrawaken such an interest
a II~pM~!l.innd~that-the policy of Banking
hern i , sad such
enng tla sspenon m ay conflitute a
feaotre ohi rteits. and we hopW that
- - emiIr s oftyAb will be admon
edW enes, wDe rtise institutions
yhOo3chirino. Thme quitude
'oftlhetlb in pte6eite favorable oppor
tity-a a porw and Just determination of
,i abjeet The tribunal before whcn it iu
uabe alegsia'ganexaminatio.will doubtles
4alia*ir'c..ianasnn duty, and, if favorable to
-b. Swti*etbe publie mind of any fursher
-pruiettle in this mater, but if unfavorable.
we beldly tenthos, Banks, that the matter wil
-not itop there, that the State will never aegni
- i ap its soaeignty; that she will
llllchS l so indietion or her authority,
t ity . m it qestson the- source 01
Mr. Cellosi is Ne York-The following
-etta ao lese published in the Charle
toA Nawarg, em taeir New York Correspon
dont :Ndtid of the 13th list.. isve ns a
bope, it thASouthlern Champion of Demo
Wnly;WItisIoe the nomination of the De
gUoMtw. Convention, by an overwheling
- e-avejast beard froin undoubted anthori
-?th~thSe. Samue1 Young. our able and
apy of Stat. has expressed hi
South Crolinian as
Ifr the Presidency.
he li take te Vibrty at the first op
balt preseat, to make his sentiments
M en" this ibjeot to the electors or this
iSteE- Nr. Yqasg p gsreat power and
of mind dais esnnally the master
..Iqkk ye A *npatt is this $tate.
u be hbas th irmness and% independeoce
sie etuth segardhsis of consequences,
oo by the radical portion of tihe
aeh'repersoator of their most cher.
~priaap~u5.Be is just sneh a bold snd
'(aslIslsiaaas ought to direct the Calhoun
(erese in binate. The frnendh of Mr. Cal
hoas-are trendy organisitng in the inteuior
ecudessaelour prospects are in the highbest
degree lareng in every respect. I therefore
assert, and Ido ntdo it nadviaedly, that .he
nopesOW-ar. t Mr. COdhoun ant Lc1arry
- MswY ie great eeneriea wack as to de
eide Men'seaef 1sssien a ndics.
W..~e pneatioiety as'mst been orguanied
in tideilysuderthe titkeofth Lamrrs Lin
Assoities. While this association is formed
foeegais purpoes one of iia chief objects
into psemae the polhtical interests of its muem
bets. kpgaumbeus aboaut 700 members and ias
ffeeaare all Calhoun men, which I amppose.
you msiyesidera ihIr index to the feelings of
- g Having published tshe remarks of thea
.&inb CueaIsa, relative to the Small Pox ina
~Iswberry, we deema itsa duty we owe to aill
partiesconerned to publish the following:
- ~ Ises *1s South Caroliaiss.
S.h1? SesalL-Pox in Newerry.-Wce
publish wiat pleasure the comnmunication
.ofDr.~Waldo on this subjeci ; and in do
ing sb leave to say, that the secood
woerd ** la" im abe quauation he aivem
fidreir'paragraph. is a naisprint (which
-"v did no: discover till a few days ago)
for the word-secra r (sny one will readily
beliee tbt we could not have written
that!%0wcasea bad occurred. and nine of
doknbadt tertainted fatally ;") that the
'ameo(f the-"respectable cialzen of that
1Distt*who informeda us, was mention
eto the gentleman who handed us his
(V. W.'s) communication; and abe Intier
saamtted to us thai ho imasef had
hiiaetIeman or Nble erry (w hom
[ss j) say that be had hoard the re
pelt there,-which we gave, respecting the
p~s~n~al beng revented fromt attend
1s~at~u~Aa thewarniags or the citi
* siihrE (D~W.) is amistaken, in
ha t am tbestatemenl of Dirs. Welrs,
~il4'gI~wriht was founded on ours.
a.-t~i~entlemen ainforms as that
was .baIdon'informaution received
froable citimens of- Newberry,
-wen~ med--two of whom are here
- ar, ad aurn that such report eisted
a(m4 believed there;9 and that, s to
lb. afertaate results of vaccination re
theia 'seb Dr. W., (hut'not jaretofor a
~ ltian has 'hawp us a let
P troE ofliewberry, saying:
*'There hee no deaths frm ahe
hat vceiO~na the a seahe you went;
they have al? -been from the second and
edasobofeourse~ nmnat b i
tmqh~jese cnistaces, t fl e
of "Sml.- Pox in Newberry," foune,
ttpOttherathorty otafg " respetable citi
zena of thar fjstrieg,"*iiasshich you sa'
lhantVine "casesw of Saoi Pik had occur
rel---al utxroe from- Chtrieson; ant
nine of thetnfd tadltminated fatally; an(
dhafthe citizensir their lart. had pre
vented the phvsician' from at teniing them
hy -watuing tirem ilnt tI'y wottld not eil
play them again if th. did so" Your re
marks on the above iwh-rmni->tn aro jus
itad show in whast light such condort at
the part eithor of phy-ti~icatssr citizens i
As one of the Physicins. ted as a cii
zen or this piace. I deem it but justice t
correct. throtgh your columns, an errn
into which the pualic may have fallen Is:
the statement abiove mentioned, by asscr
ing youI that yitr informant was it err;
when he stated that the rilizeous hadl lre
vented the physicians from attending thi
family of Mr. McConnell, where the case
of Small Pox occurred.
The fars, so far at I am able to learn
are thesb: S'.metime srince .lr. McCon
nell pcrehr.0d in Charliesion ive negroes
soo afler their arrival on his plativiti
in this Ditities, the Smiwl Pox maJe it
appearance tmong titeen: and at the lima
it was ascertained to lie the Small Po
his family was atten.led by a Thompso
oian l'hvbcian. whose bervices were cnn
tinued sntil four or five of tho en''r ha
died. He then -ent ror anI obtaned th
attrnioan and st rices or Dr. Williumou
afPer which two or three' other cases ter
mioated fatally.-in all seven deaths-an
eleven cases occurred from this disease
Nor is it within my knowlcdge3 tbat Mr
MINCornell hnis ever setrt fI.r nny othe
physicinna thun the one lie proenr.-d. Cer
taIai am tshat no physich,: in t; -t rillitac
has he-n requested to visitI nV cas e
Small Pox occntring rin Mr. McC's. f.nai
ly ; nar have any cars octrred on an:
other plantation than his.
In the coneinsion of ant r ioel publi6hr
in the Ca-olinian of May 4th. by Dr
Weiu., Fair and Boatwright. they remnark
'-that it ii neither credistlde to inedica
gentlemen to refuse to visit Small Po
cases, and let people die for want of ir
per atiendanfce, nior to the civilizatton s
tie age it a community who %hlould re
rnse admittance to a physician ietn thei
families who nas in attedanaco on suel
The above remrark i; pcrhaps preuients
on the statement in your paiper of 27l
4psil; andi as an notice .4as been give'
when physicians have either refused f
been prevested from attenlin; cases a
Small Pox. except the remni ks iu the edi
torial of the 27th uilt., implicating the phy
sicians and citizens of Newherry. the in
ference by every mind will lie that such i
the fuet with regard to the physicians an<
citizens of this District. Now, sir, to cemun
tera ansi destroy such an impression,
ausure you that shestate'ment made in thi
former part or this communication is strict
ly trite, and that your informant ins ii
error when he communicated to you-i
Statement p1t forth in your paper of 271i
ult. I would further remark that the ex
presi'on in the conclusion of the commtu
nicaiion by Drs. W., F., andI B., abovi
quoted. wa's uncalled for, by any circumt
stances which have come to my know
ledge. if they were ignorant of thefact
establishing its truth, they should not har
put forth the insinuation, directly leadin
the mind to suppose that such was tiefact
if they did know of such facts they ough
to have more than barely insinuated them
As to vacination in this District. I re
grat to any that it has been attended witl
mnelancholy results in matny instances
Some seven or eight deaths have occurred
and in a great number of instances it ha
given rise to diseases of the tmost initracia
-ble character ; in somte produncing exertn
ciating paitn, andi the most alarmingt symn
toms ic a tew hours after its insertion-ui
others to inflamnation and suppuratiomn o
the glands in the axillar-andi in other
exeing 'ry sipelatous inflasmations rof
most unmnamaue-uible I.ind-and itn by (a
shte greatest nuter of these cnses thet mat
lt va.in'eds from could '' traced hnel
to a puiular senb. Scarc Ai a sI
intstance in nshich sutch violent symtpstom
obtainted, resutlted from the manty othe
sconrces of vaccine msa tier brught utni noe
vaccinated from itn this District. Thisi
something -'neW to uis" also. We havy
not seen such results follow from vaccinsa
tion before, and we hope not1 to sec then
Yours respect fully,
B3ENJ. W ALt30.
Newcberry Village Ma, l1Ath, 1843.
Mr. C'arry.-This .Aja~r of tee- totallsn
vistted ilatntar last week, and delivereo
two or three able and convincing lecture
to fult h1iousses, on Temperance anud its en
nobling eil'ects. We believe that his lnhor
have not been in vain-that a deep imo
prestsion hes been made on' the mintds c
many, beside those who came furward art
.ignedI the pledge. rThe good work goe
bravely otn, ansd we almost can say ni
truth, tat otur city is regenerated-a ttc
total cosmmunity. A drunken man its rare
ly to be seen in our street, whether Ito It
abandoned his eups or ass, fursuch a char
actor is ashamed to act so feolish in on
Quaterly Meeting.-The labors of i
Qunrterly Confereace of the Mthodis
Episcopal Church for this Circuit, close.
etn Sunday night,. afler a session of thre<
days; the Presiding Elder, Rev N. Tel
lay, having in the forenoon administere.'
the Holy Sacrament to a goodly numbel
of brethren, including several of dhifliren
denominations-a custom redounding tt
the honor of the Methodist tChurch, fori
is not their Supper, hut the Lord's, a
which every ehristian sould jEin and par
take. Towar) the close of the meeting
the Ministers had the satisfaction of wit.
nessing large andi attentive audiences;
and although th ere were no public miani,
fesation of the out-pouring of the Spiri
in the hearts of the peop'e, we helievt
that many felt the weight of their sins,
who laboring under this deep impression,
will era long corns out from among the
wicked, and enroll their namer in God'i
41oly Church. There is a change for tlht
better tinFHnmbmrg~in some shape or ether
if the good cause is carried oct. it wil
Ai be long before we heheld a might)
-sod pwerful s king amoag inuide, ask
i4.':,.h,. shal,. ,. o .to ee d a , !"
I The next Quarterly Conference meets
at Aiken. S. C., on the 4th of August next.
A Theatre turned into a Meeting Hou.
-We learn from the Boston Aeias, that
the proprietors of the Tremont Theatre
have voted to sell the Theatre for The sum
of $50,000 to the Baptist Society of Chris
tiallne, under the charge of the Rev. Mr.
Colver. of late worshiping at the ball un
der the BIston Museum.
The State Hom..e.-Col. IHunt. the
Chairman or the Committee on reinirs.
. han lad planned bone very judicitous,
though tin: eostly alterations. as well as
repairs. One of which, and a very im
r porlant one to the health to the members,
in to have the represientatit- hall ventila
ted from above, so as to permit the im
pure air to escape. The frame of the
building was examined at the ncrtb end,
where it would be most likely to decay.
and it was foutnd to be perfectly itnuad,
thoagh it has ieen standint a half-century.
It was erected about Iy9.-Panter.
Counterfrits.-Ote dollar Bills.purport.
ing to be istiat-d by the lank of tie Sta;e
- of South Caroiina. (old enission) seeir, to
- be increasing it number at this plare. We
I haen seen aeveral rithi.i n few weeke.
e Uwhich were take., bv persons not much
,eccnstomted to hdlo1ing money. We have
recently heard the opiermon 4evernl times
I expressed. that there nre persons in se.'ne
or fte upier Districts wio either mantifne.
ttrt! Sneh Bills, or are well sup;plied with
them fim a distamce. It woull lie well
lr our citiz-ns to he on the lonk -out for
4tivit "Iharpies." as it i,. prlobattl- anme 4,1*
them mny lie scered.-GUrernriile M1loun
Clay arrrsted by CaI10un and tite Con
'tilution.---When Mr. Calho n was mt
Norfoli on his way home frot time last
Se-ion oil Congrew. atn incident necurred
which some nay regard as an nuspicious
omen. We give the occurrence as rein
ted to u lay a gentleman of this City. oni
the authority oft n oflicer ofthe Navy who
na%:s present, and at dhe time primised to
rend us an neernunt-which however has
not come to hand yet. Mr. Calhoun was
invited and hanlaorely entertained on
board the Constitution ; and while that
gallant old redoubtable wvas sttluting him.
the wads shot away a pmart of the rig-ring
r ora -leonp which was saiiin: lay and brought
her to, tinder the stern of Old irnn Sides.
On hailiu her with allers of uistance tn
repair the untowani damnas-sheturnel
out ruch to the amusement of those in
the frigate to lie "the llenry Clay." Ia
is nlot the 'irst time "Old Table o ck."
as h>ome body in Genrait has cicknamned
the cant imn trilbune oil time people. htas had
to do with disabling the tich reaching
Buckingan of the West, by diwclanrges
from the batteries of thie conasttutiou itaut
may we tint hope that tinder thc pertliar
circutnsitetcot, the above relatel tnrielent
may prefigure the results of time canvass of
From tiMe N. . Evening Po!.
The English Postage System.-The re
sutlt of the cxperimeat of the penny postige
system of England is becomang quite sa
tisfactory. The post-ntlico receipts have
steadily increased, and the post-office de
partment has ceased to be regarded as a
source of revenue, but an instrument of
public convenience. It wvat time design to
miake a snurce oifrevennie thmat ledttt all
these ntajnst ande stenn;;e measmures that
were buosaght before the late Congress.
Firanc as aooit to adopt a sysmem similar
to aat of LEncl'mnd.
The follnwintg remarks on the bill intro
aduced by Mr. Merriek, in tihe late Cotn
gress, comme fromn an Englisha paper recei
Sved lay the liritanamia:
"It was~ with o little suirprise that thme
comtmercal ptublic here viewed the intro
duerion of a hill by .\r. Merrickmho Chair
tmani of the Comnnittee on the Post Ofiee.
relative to *mnilal-le matters, tihe adoption
-if wvhich wotuld retah-r time American post
018ice- far more nrtitrary in its character
tihan eve. . itin~eished the English poset
'"lice in the woe .t y v of i's unreformedi
cac.e. It is a singtaer :'mnaaly, that,
Iwhile Enandee '%des its adivacnng in giv
ing free andme unmatme:ed! ,eope. at the chaeap
est pouslble rate, to the toeerchange of
thought by letters and newspapers. A
:nerica,the next gre'ates: conamerctal cotta
try in t he wor led, shonuldi be going, like a
ctab, baackwnrds. Thes facilities which
have always bteena kiven to the newspaper
press in time trntmsmtission anti delivery of
its detapatchmes by oaur pnst-otfice, contrast
handesomely with thme arbitrary, the unjust,
andi the tyrannical provisions cont ainedi itt
-Mr. Merrick's bill, which lays an embarem,
a pmvdibitiomn, on tihe circulation of intelli
gence through the States."
More RolLast-Still it comes. -Arrived
barque Trinidad, Duell, Trinidlad, old
copper, and ballast-Extract from New
Sliaren mar ine List.
Thmis verssel with her ballast, brings alsn
rold copper-an artiele that pays no more
duty than the ballast, it bieing alike free.
But this, as the tt higs say, was "the very
o'oject of the laritI," to prevent imipnrta
lions. What say time respectable merchants.
to whmom thais vessel trelengs-are they
Isatisfied witth having prohbiitory duties on
sugar, salt, and mnlaseses ? A re thmey wil
- igtove up all freight ott their return
cargoesf Every tmerchamnt who under
stand. his business, knows that such a
coturne of trade is muicidlal. What would
he saitd if our coasting vessels, or steam
hoats, could only take freight one way ?
But this new tarifF is not less vexatious on
the foreign voyages, than a la w would be
to deprive steamboats and enasters of half
their freight. And again we ask, if we get
n duties from itmports, shall we not in the
end I~e driven to direct taxation ?-Nerw
Late Prost.-There was a hard frost at
Quebee .on tihe night of the 5th instant.
There were yet large patches of snow in
the fields, along the fences, and in hollow
places. Sixty-seven years ago (says the
Quebee Gazette) on the 4th May, whmen
the siege odiQuebee evas raised, on the ar
rival of troops (som Erngland,. the spring
FiMAsslh Phal. U. S. Gaue. 1:ls inst.
Dana vs. ihe President. Direemrs & Corn
pany. of the Bonk of mhe United States,
defendans, and James Dundas and oth
In this case, the Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania yeaterday pronounced their a
judgment in favor of the defendants, there
by sustaining the validity of the assign
nment made to secure the Banks of Phila
delphin fortheadvances made by the Bank
of the United States,. dated the 1It May.
1841. commonly known as the nrsignment,
made to secure the Banks or Philadelphia
for the advnnces made by them to the i
Bank or the United Stqteq. Thme validity
of the naignment of the 7th June, and 4th
and oimh September, 1841. was not irmmucht
into question. andi ite Court abstained
from any opinion on their effect.
From the Planter.
The Seasoas and Crops.-We pn~ied
through a comid,-rable pirtion of Fairfield
District last week. On the road to Winrns
borough. from this place, we saw very lit
tle cotton up, thouph it may have beetn too
small to be seet from the road, andl the
corn did int trike u- as having a vigot
ont nud bealthy appearance. In the ncigh- 1
borhood of Monticello. however, time statmls
are very ::;od; planters there hnve sut ier
ed but little from drought. The green
crops looked pretty well. though the blight
had innde its appetrance in nearly every
whent-fielid we taw-inf-ome. it u na thick
enough to cnuse a sensible diimunitin ofI
the crop. The cattle. genternlly. in that
do-:rict. re-m to have sfifered from mheI
late severo winter. from ilhe waini of food I
consequent upon the cold neber's Iast.
iin; lmtn;er than the planters had pruvide. I
Cropjs in Pent,lrcn: -Th I Laneirns
Ier (Pa.) Itielliges:cer sav-:-' A friend
from time victnmry nvtire, n. th-m the prits
pect fir it fne erop of whent an-l rye is
quite flatterin:. as much so now n4 ltt anly
titan durinig time most fivornbl se'mol. I1m
the year l2S5. the snow was lutr feet
deep unli the 20th of .A pril. It 4,1t1lend1y
thawed off, nad summer followed directlV;
and tino ear. befre, or since. haserloniled
that fir productivtee-ss. Wc have been t
in preciecly snmeh a statr t.is year."
Other papere in tite State, 81l Make a
similar favatable report of the crops.
The wheat-flebi i: Michigan are quid
Ito look 1n"nit411y well this scamun and thts I
fAr protnise an alundant crop.
To thr patrons of our paper anad fuicnds
of Tempe-rance. grnerally.- Two snore
publica tioms after t day. and wve barc
enimpleted, the frst vol of nur ipaper.
Thus far we have inbnrl dilliKetily itn
the cen", determined that nothiting should
deter ite regular appearance of our little I
sheer. for nt least twelve months. Indus
trionaly have we applied otrsell. tit nake
the Washinttonian a welcome mesenger
to all annd wishers of te entse we ndvo
cute. Many pronises were mtade bvy ommr
friendam, nhmenl we entered into time pilii-r
cntintm of ths wivork, which we are indeed r
%orry tn say, hmnve not been kept :14 lwt
tmml as we anticipated. We have no de- I
sire to reliwhuiih the work. if it is tenur
nged at leat tTrrient to defeny ur ex-t
pentses of publication. nnd will not co-n
plain-- we are willing to labor in -n gonml
a cause as Temperance. withoti penmita
ry reward. We have the press anal type,
and all we ask, for the friends of Tempe'r
anee to sutain our work, and it shrll not
go down. But, frtn the receipts of pay.
ments for ili last three or four mothti.
our friendsenan peecv that there? icic bmeen
harely enoutgh received to pany foir thet pa
per alone cnsumed otn each No. A t~the;:
nurm sheet is small, we have placed it nmt
atuch a low pric. (in the hopes of tbring.
ing it within ime mmenns of all to smmbscrite.)
that tnom less titan eit humndredi paying anub
scribers -eiil ennhIie it to publteisht yenry,
without some lnss. We htave falen far
short of tis number the present ye-ar-up'
to the prsnt ime. we hmavn fourr hundomred,
an I tbventythree submscriers. nmnntg I:
whom, ntearly a hutndredl are in itrrm-nra fomr
our p'aper. We hnve endlearnored tn nenmidl
mdunnting etteh of our stubacribers this f.tr.
mnder the hmopem thmat, front omir small re
ceipts, those who~ hadt not paid, would teee
the necesity of aiuding us, by remitming time
amouht dumg; and we n respectfully nak
of all, in :lhe city andt country. ns ho ihnve1
r eceiveud oumr paper regularly since its cm-n.1
mera-n-:nenrt. nmnd have not yet comapliedl
with our terms, "payable in adlntmmcr," to
do en 0t as early n prinod as pnossihle, frm -
we are mutch itt need of thmeir nsemisu.aneo.
If we are comspelled to discontinue the
Washtingion, for wanti of patro-tage.
sifer the exptiration of thc present voumte,. e
it will he with much regret that we dto sic;
but if the fricends of Temnperancte will r.id. fa
us sid~ciently in the unmdrtaking mime scr
vices of a competent Editor for the work
will be engauoed,. and our paper colarged
andi pmublished weekly, run the enmeae
ment of another year. We submit to the
friends of Temperance generally time a
hove, trad msk their aid in entrying It itfto
-Tsmlken that gie bjimdu two sWtinig heerts.''
On thme 14th April. by the Rev. Daniel Wml
kir. Mr. Jowre Rouguas. to Miiss MIA-rnta,
dauoghter of Mr. Joseph Barkmanm, all of thts
Died suddenly. at his resideee in this die
trict, on Wednesday mhe 10th inslt., 1Nir. Joux
BAILEY, aged about 70 years.
Died, ont Friy the 19th inst.. Josen An
otsow,mn of J. Elbertamid Marima Doby. aged
1 year 5 months and 19 days
''The Lord gav, it, and the Lord hmath ta
F ROM my plmntation nesar Hlambnrg, n
the niht of the third immiatnt, a small -
DA RK BAY MA RE, sbout nine yeari'aul. of
fine action, ami paces well wnder the maddlc.
In thin order, but evideness line bknoed
Also, a small light 80RREL. tUL.E. pe
viously,-abouit three years oli, bumt well broke (
for workig' or riding.
A liberat compensation will be given for them.
delivery of either or bothm, to mte at flambur,
or for any informaiona which will lead to their 1
BEN. C. tANCEY.fi
11amburr. Many 19, 1843. mf 17
[Xr TRa RnAr WY"mtas.)
Coute has been in fair demand daring the
ast week, but the Mf arket bis uniformly had
dull and heavy appearance. and the lower
led middling qualities of American must be
.snsidered pretty generally as jd per lb. low
r tian on Friday ltast-the better clase, are
rithout change. beisng comparatively scarce.
."ng staple Coaton is difficult of sale di forther
Irices. and Egyptian are quite nominal at our
intations. Th tendency of Surata is in Ia
-or Uf the buyer. The sales of the week
mousnt to 26 130 baleo., of which !.000 Amer
-a:n have been takets for speculation, and
.200 A merican. 2009 Pernains. 50 Maranhamn,
ud45O $Sirat fuir Expoart. The Import ofrthe
reek is 90497 bales. 2.AO0 Sea Island and 100
tained ditto are declared fur Auction on Fri
Imporis into Liverpool from April 21 to 20.
!,7 ; peruvimnnsly this year, 787,32.
HAUSaItan, May 1G.
Coutn.-We observe widin the last three
lava a olullines in onr Couan Market, owing in
i iaeasu're to the accounts from below : bni
here has been no decline in prices. and per.
!aps will not be any. at least none worth no
We Mtill quote a extremes 4j to7 eta. ne.
ording to quality. The arrivals have ben
AVOcSTA. Say i.
IRertrilks -The advices by tie Great Wes
rrn coniren the ncconmg previously received.
> a slow tut certain improvement inl the trade
if Gret Britain. The manufacturing districts
rere recuvering from the depression they had
utfered, and the people were gradually in
InI$% ing in theoir condition: they were begin
isz in rnjnv better food and clothing. It is
o *te looped that thio, favorble change will not
0 m-irred ly nnexpected distress and misery.
.reat acti' icy pievailed in the exporting bu
ine".. which. aoi a naturAl ronseqluienice. crea1
ed murh anima'ion in the manufacturing dis
ract4. If tho-e advice4 are of a favorable na
ire. a.i coe..rn"l Gree t Britain, they are ral
ulniaid it) ceite fears inl the minds of those
iefrcried ine the cotton trade. We find that
t the latest iverpool date. the market land
ister:.-d a d. cline tof j ufa penny, on cotton of
aiddling inalities. This decline is not owing
a any depremaiean in the gener.al tranle or the
nuntry. but tw a largenitpply in hand, and es
acci .'ly to the large supply daily expoeted from
his country. The stock on hand. a* it will be
ern underter ennrmercial head, nmounted too
ienrly .10.000 imle., tn the 29th of April, and
ipplIhIei daily nrivingr, more perhnps thaen the
faily nnal wer-ekly demnaind for consumpton.
initwitha'randing the decline dhat has taken
lace. we are still oropirian that prices in Eqt
nape a ill toit go dowal innch ;ower than they
re qoted at thae latest dates. We believe we
re jiifir-d its entertaining this opinion. If.
with a -tock #or aierl, O0.000 bales, uand the
'apjectatioan of further larL'e supplies, the uar
et h.cc lecined1 oly . ora penny, it was rea
oinable too coneide that the present raroces.
rith iotnraitary flinctuations, will be maintan
1. Besides thete are so many persons in Eu
cope and in this coupitr deeply interested in
lie inaintenn nee of saving prices. that at will
ot lie a difcult nuttrr to control the cotton
narkets. when ansisted by an improving gene
at trade. And a fair prospect of a good wheat
rop, which mnnt result in bettering the con
itioin of-te lower classe of the people of El
ope, nnd in increaming the demand for the
aw uainterial an d consnuption of manuf;actur.
d articleis. But it will be highly imprdouent to
iredicate specnlatin on higher pri4is. Some
anses niny happen to produce a small advance;
nt such causes can have their effect ouly late
Coion -Since Litt Thursday the mar ket has
.een iuactive. The news by the Ilihernia,a
kstsn. did not affect the uarket as regarded
oricesa. -tas holders did not feel inclined to con
ele any decline, which had the effect of with.
Irawing lmnyesri from the market who did not
ike to operate without some conbenion. Small
iatrcels hwever were disposed of at a small
lectinie rasca the prices oh Thursday last, bit
tore not suflicient to establish a derided de
hine. The snarket was in that cnndition when
ste'r net s wvas recetvedl on Tuesday evening,
ay the Great Weastern, at Newv York, which
ash the effect to render the market yesterday
'cite dull, eawing to the holders retmaining
anm in denasandinig previnns prices. anid buyers
letctiinsg in operate nalesn e concessionl was
naude. As thei suack of cotton on the market is
mall. and besides the price being limited to
aites leyniad wvh-t btyersi are williuct to pay.
0n sales e'caid ho effectecd unless a decline of
quarter of a cent, on rie tiotns prices was
iflemtittedl to. Wec omit gnotations for thg pro.
ent. Rleceiptse coontin to be ver y light.
Errchag.-We have to state that drafts on
le ninth are beernminig scarce, anid unequal to
bee demuand, Our baniks are operating - mily
ritn their reguelar cuctomaora. We have to no
ice no change in the rates, hnt it is probable
hat an advance will soon take lace. The
alne of Cenetral Ilnik nonci insstillimproving:
eo.ter.nsiy the rates were at 18 to 20 perT cent.
iscount. State hends have also improved a
itle: ti per cent. 51, and 7 per cent. 80 to85.
COLUeMBIA. Siy 18.
Cf'teo.--There is considerable doing in the
rticle at. this titme, but prices are not cia full as
efore the late Liverpooh accoedts, which we
cznallsh 'ia-day, and prices mnay noar be quioted
44 a th, cents, extreines ; most sales at 41 a
Ef4&e -On Chaarlebion 1-., and on New
'ork 4 per cent. premium~to par..
JleigAts.-t if Couetn to Chearley too, h-. river
r railroed, 75 cents per bale.-Casroflixidn.
.The nndesrAigned will commence their Ni.
One 'Saturday before ie 1st Lord'. Day in
uly, at Providence.
Oec Saturday before the 24 Lord's Day in
uly, at SilomA.
OnSturday beioie the 3d laord's Day in
uly, at Felidwship.
On Saturdtay before the 4th Lord's Day iu
niy, at Mlontain Creek.
On .Saturday before the 5tsh Lord's Day%&
OntSatnuday before the 1st Lord's Day isr
lugnst, at Good Hope.
On Saturday before the 2d Lord's Day an
kngust, at Uritle Stevens' Creek.
Oa Sattday before the 3d Lord's Day in
angust, at Cheisnt Hill.
On Saturday bbfore the 4th Lord's bay in
hu''st, at Sister Springs.
meetng well continue ceeweek if cit.
nmstances lkvos it.
0? The (freusd# of George
OPE, Esqr., annonee-hias as a candidate
a re-election, to the Office of Clerk of the
ourt of this.District.
Afay3 t f 14.
0? The flftisdser.fa
.(G. BACON. announce hirm a andd
r the Office of Clers of the Court, of Edle
mnar tf. -
We, the underigned. havt beW
of the CliucheserheEdgeekt Asa.
ciatios,give nedo.,tis we wiiL Divine
permismon aued the Chgrdee,_at, follow
Pleasant Grove,'on the Satuny before the
lot Lord's Day in July. -
Hamburx, on the Satitrday 2nd
Lord's Day in July.
Big Stephens' Creek. tn the Sazpa - y befgre
the 3rd Lord's Day inJualy. -
Mount Zlon,.on the aturdaybefore t 4th
Lord's Day in Jelly. -
Hforn's Creek. on the Iaturday before the 5tir
Loird's Day in July.
Edgefild.onthe daturday be4re the ist Lords
Day in Anguat. .. .
Red Oak Groveon the Saturday beforethe 2nd
lmrd's Day in August. -
Bethany at Republican. onAh-Satrday'bo
fore the 3d Lord's Day in Anvaee.' -.
Antioc. nn the Saturday before the 4]$ Lord's
Day in Angus;
If. A. WILLIAMS.
In conseguence of the number of Chirebe%.
and the limited time Abr visiing them. it is im.
practicable for o to attend each. We juie.
therbrore. fron their nearness to eseb ther.
appointed one meeting for ML Lebanon and
Mt. Zion. to be held at the latter. The rea
son% for this appointment will be given more
fully at the meang. J.T.
T II ERE will be a called Meeting of Co-.
coaDiA Lonou,No.50. held at Edgete.l
C. II.._on Saturday the 27tb in, a3oclak.
P. M. The Brethrein of thu Lodge are re
quested to be punetual in-dheir anendane. ho
there in business of impostahe to b.idWJe
fore the Lodge.
May 24 1t 17
Cyclopedits of Historgy
D. TiISBETTS. has received it few co
p e of the above valuable work. chichI
he offers for sale at the publishere '*
The character of tho work 'eu well
known to the public. generally, Iteemed
unnecessary to comment upon it.,
slay 24 if 17
JeT RRIGADU CAVALRa.
Edgefield. C. R. 20th May 143
H R. SPANN..Etq. havingbeen ap
e poted Bi-igade Judge Advocate
with 4he rank of Mjor, will be respected
and obeyed accordingly.
By order of Gac'',,.. Bb-rtian.
T11O. W. GANNT.,
May 24 4U 17
TO THE PWP4L. A
T HE Subseriber repeatfruly infeorn the
. public, that he has opened a
House of EnteraInmeift
for Travellers, five milesovb.Caaibridge. in
A bbe rible District, os the diract road from Ak
etn and Hamnburg via Edgefield C. H.aend Cam-.
bridge to Lauren. and Greenville Court fIons
es, and h~e pledges himiaelf to use his beat of
forta. to retader all comfortable who may favor
hint with their cnstom.
On the premises theh- are excelfent Stables .*
and filiely watered kits for the accommnodation
Miy 24 3& 17y
State of' So ut Carolina.
Rieciard hfardy. et a.j
vs. . Bill for Prtition..
Thormna, Hardy.et at. j
I T appearmya to the uatisfaction of th~e Cota.
inoffer, thant the 'Dfendaits Thomaan
Hlardf(. Janme liardf, B:arbara tlitawerten At
le owerton, .FHowernin, children of
Nancy Hloweuton, deceased. Chals BDummy
and wifo Elsa. anid James Key, Abder Gian
ton and wife Tary 0. ianaton, Jaga jarks
and wire Lucy W'Parks, resise wavhoet tb.,
limits of the State; on motion, p ena.
Complainants Sdackidr, utdsei,the said -
absenr det'endanta do pleali, iieser or demur
toebomuplaiuausa bill, withild~bris jmaothe from
the.publication of'this order/or thi-aid hilt
willetaken pre consae aginat' 'hem.
J. TERRY, c. a. z, ii,
b'ial'rn. Office, Edgefeld Mqgi0; 3843,
n~iy 4 - 3ms 17
APPE'Aft on yor ParadeGround at Co.
b',, oundisthe 2dof iral
May17 3az1 -.
. 't'o Carpenters.
AN ErISCOPA L CHURCu lij ro
.1. posed to be built in the vfltsgs o
Abbevdlle, to be enmpaleted in 6 mowdi. Gema
the exceutiouof the eontract. The eontrector
four instalmsenta as the udliutr.
Offer. for this work :to be - -
sealed up, detectoil to meg with the n and
residene of t6E. workman endorsed.co the
back, add .aeferencea clskil ar.d eo6aracr ad
a workaa, if the residenel ontofe di -
srirtof Abbeville. The'ae ole d b 'elefts
with Mr. Thenasa Jackson in thw - bAb
beville, or with myself in the Calit F -
mat, 10 miles southwest of it, to eIl'er o
#hom, or to Mr. Edmuond Banoei ia l de.
appl for further Mrtienate, a'1tees Ms
it aopned on th 3d No .lazin and
THOMtAS PARER' cham.
C lIREDGrCB . THAM, nose
him as a Caiaidate for the office o(Colong~ .e
the 9th Regimeng S. C. M. to fil the aa~
occasioised by the resignationeftCoWdl
N0OE & JOR 13ENIEN