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E2DGEFIrLD C. H.
WDNEs DAY. JULY I2, 1842.
Me wiil ding to the Pillars of the Temple of
our Lbrte.sdif it mustfal,uw, ria Pcrish
amidst the Ruins."
JOHN C. CALIOUN,
Subject to the decision of Ike Democraic
Republican Coenrtion. to assemble in
May.,844. as recommended by ite States
of Maryland. Aichigdn, Kentucky. Lou
iassa, yew laspekhire. Massachu. "T.
Alabamna and Miaissippi
In order to make room for the proceed
inp of the different celebrations of the 4th iniut.
we have been forced to onit a variety of other
Xy' We refer our realers to the first page of
this dada paper, for the correspondence be
tween the Freemen'" Torit Al ine''. Srety
or Washington City, and Father .Aihew, Wi
L7 The weather hlas brev. "or the lit eight
tar ten dava, w.rfur dhoin has been known ':
this section of country for years. The gardens
rre in want of rain, but the corn crop .till has
a healthy appearance.
7 We undertand that the Augusta Bridge
Company have eedteed the tlls on their Bridge
60 per cost,
c U7 Col. S. Cruilshank was, on te ith inst.
elected Brigadier General of the Fourth Dri
gade South Carolina Militia.
Sme Pa.-ft are sorry to find tbat the
repart whirh was put in circulation on .ale day.
of there being a case of Small Pox within the
vicinity of"h viUage, has been so widely cir
culated, s to make it our duty again to pro.
noune itfalse; and we hope our good patrons.
who have been kept away through fear. will
believe us, a64 come forward and aare their
accounts. Within our knowledge, there ha
,not been amy case of Small Pox within the lim
its of this district,- for the last year, save the onc
reported some weeks since in the Hamburg
Journal. We never salf keep it secret, should
such a disease-uafortunately make its appear
anee in our victnty. as we deem it a duty we
owe our patrons. to inform them of all dangers
which comes within our knowledge.
The Mage.-We have been informed by a
gentlia connected fith one of the line of
stages which arrives at ths village, dat with
out any additional expense to the general go
vernment, our eitisen might receive their let
ters, papers, &c.; more direct, and some homs
sooner, from Charleston, if the Postmaster in
that city would have a separate bag for or
village, via Aiheit. From the charac ter which
the gentleman at ike head of the Post Office
in Charleston has always sustained, as an able
and efficient officer, we doubt not, that the ar
rangement will take plede, as soon as it comes
to his knowledge that it as the wish of the citi
aens, and that it is not contrary to his instruc
Esag n Mr. Legrs.-Col. Wna. C. Pre
torn has consented to deliver the Eulogy upon
the lute Hugh S. Legare, in Chtarleston, dnd
the firat Tuesday in November next, is time
appointed for its delivery.
Feg *rsta -The accounts received
by the Great Western, as regrds Cotton, are of
rather an unfavorable nature:
In Liverpool, on the 17th alt., the price or
cotton bad declined I per lb., and the market
was very inanimate.
In Hlasre, on the 35th uht., the market had a
downward tendency. but hatpes were enter'aiu
ed that cotton would improve before the end
of the year, but that tunch depended upon the
appearance fof t pres'enterop. -.
In Hamburg, on the 13th nIt., cotton sold tol
embly well. Tennessee and New Qaleans
midldling and middlitng rair 40 to 44.
II7 The Madisemen slates that Jobi Nelson,
* Esqr., of Marylad, bus accepted the appoint
snent tendered him by the Prasident. of Attor
ney General of the United States, in the place
ofthe Hen. Hugh S. Legare.
The same paper also states, that there is a
rumor in circolation in Washington. in whicle
they are inclined to rcpose 0ome ewi'decect
that the Navy Depar as a been offered to
the Hora. David R. H1Enshaw. ',f Mdasozche.
.New Wasst.-The Greenville Mmutsisa.r
of the 7th inst.. states, that " durinig the past
week we have been presented with a sample of
Flour which was made from wheat raised by
Mr. MeDee, of this village, and can without
biesitaionsy, thatt is at least egnal to any we
ever.saw. It was ground at hi. Mtills at this
place, which are in firat rate order. He has a
pateet Smut Machine in operation, which is
ne af te grates imsprovemntts of the day.
" Mr. MIcBee had 12 aeres of wheat in sight
of our Office, one acre of which was carefully
measured by a Suriveyor, threshed by itself,
and the product of264 bushels. The whtole 12
acres produced 2694 bushels~aeaging nearly
22~4 to the acre, and weighing 654 lbs. to the
busbel. Seat this who can."
W~hala iaeagt.-The Ch~arleutaon Ceurier of
the 6th ins. sys: "'A whale wasceraght by
*so.. negre Ishermen on Bird Bank, about
6pem 'to the southard of the bar, on
TuesdjheL When takern it w as at bore, and
mustlzbvhen driven on the becwh by the
surf. It measoase 10 feet 4 inches in lotgit
and ir breadtu 2 feet 8 inches. er G feel 8 in
ches in circnnlference. It lived eight hours
after it was taken."
Muradeers takU.-The Fedral Union of tile
4th inst. says#' We learn from a gentilemn
who arrived here yesterday fron Sninter cotn i
ty. that Dempsey J. Juastice and -- ron n,
the assapans who murdered the Penitentiary
Guard inl Twiggs co-nty a -short tine since,
bav., been arrested in Alabama. and are unow
on their way to T rountty j-l"
The AVUgsa Irashingtorian.-We regularly
receive this valuable advocate or Temperanco,
had we are Potry to find froan its editorial
remarks, that it is still blt badly supported
We had a hope. that with such an editorial
rommittee as now directs it, it would surely
succeed. and that the friends of tIhecautae woald
coiae forward. in thett.ajety of their rtreng!h
and sustain this o.y advicrate the causie has
in this section of country,-ti:C price is small,
hut one dolar.e
Its editorial committee'are, I'rr. If' T. Brant
Ly. Rer. 11' J. Hard. Rev C, S. Dod. !:r. Gro.
I. Pirrc. Coi John Miiledge. Dr. F. M. Th
en son. Dr. D. Hook. S. T'. Chapman, E."jr.
ames Harper. Esq.
Ail desirous of enrollitts their nanies in ha1
suppbrt of the good cause of Tetipertatne. arf
respectfutly invited so caill at this otice. where
we hoope to be enabled to naake up a clb of
some twenty or thirty g4 and lrse 11as.inglo
M7 We understand tiat ai;n- th , -
cLAI B.:,r-a I'm:;. : T. -h T pes anlce
Prcocc.msion and Picnic, in I t .1'
inst., wei,- tie lotlowing very approa:lr
-.i;lions for Hater. 4u& one c.-nt :'.r I.am.
Tie tisk is broken whiich bound moe to tie
" Our mother knows, we'ae out."
" Beware of the Firit Glass."
--Just as the twigg is bent.:ac tree's inclted.'
rOR TOI. aDTLitTISEft
Annirersary of 0t Meckanics' lWashingtonian
Total AbstarareA Socieqy of Edgreidd.
The first Anniersary ,3eeting ot this Socie.
ty. was held in the Court Ilouse. o:i the evn
inzg of the 4th tis:. 'tie 'ociety proiceeded tu
an electiont of (ifficers for the cnsuing year.
Dr. I. T. hims. and Mr. Francis Johinuei,
were aippoisted a committee to count the votes
who announced the fulluwitig persons as duly
Dr. H. Bitt, Preident.
N L. Gritin. Jet Vice PresideIt,
John L) on, 2d Vice President,
E. Peon, Sccretary.
The President in his usual happy and elo
qecint nianner returned thanks to the meombers
of the s3,ciety ror the honor costTerred upoti
him by re-electing him to preside over their
He congratulated Them on the success w.hichi
had thus far atteieded their cfforts in the cause
of Termperance, and exhorted them to renew.
ed zeal and pereveranoe in the good cause.
This, the first Anniversary of our Society,
was an. eccassen full of intgrest.to the frienda
of Temperanice. The Society had been organ.
ized oity twelve months, and under circum.
stances rather discouraging than otherw ise. It
was, in the estimation of many, a day of amaal
things. and. destined to live but a short time.
But its succf..s has far aritasmmed the monst sass
game expcctaionas and anticipati';ns of its most
anious lrind s.. . .
The progress of our Society tat.uee'n attend
ed with oneo remarkabte feature. There lam'
been little or no exceitemernt; buit it. course ha,
been firm, steady, and onsiard; aid niow ii
it numbers one hundred and fifty names to the
Washingtonian Total Abstiienace Pledge, all
true and faithaful..
If it be asked, what good ha. our efforts ac
cotpliread ? the examples of many of ouar uan
ortunate citizens. who hart' been resbcue'd from'
the destroying iuafiuence of intemperance, anda
restored to a respetahle standing among thir
fellow citizen.. riseful to society. and a blessing
lt their fama.iies. must bea sutlicient toa satiefy
every unprejudiced mind, that she cauase we as'e
engaaged in, is one of patriotism and benecvo
lee e. . .
As we hare commnnenced. we intend to con.
taue to wage a perpetual wvarfare (not against
our friends and fellow citizeta. wtho diffe'rwith
us in opinion) but againait Ktsg AlCQIal, whtom
we regard as alte comon enemsy of' alt.
We hare asggned ours Declaratiaon of' Indepen'
dne. and we sateand to be free. The wra
pons we intend to ute, are nut legislative entc
iets, bait reasosn aand moral persuasion. ad.
dresd. to the hearts and conscienicea oif men
With these, and the blessings of God upion our
eforts, we are erncouraged to haope and .laoak
fr' more glorious results.
E. PENN, Secretary.
For the Adverteser.
'>'lr. Elaron: Thse National A univerasary wasa
celebrated ms the naeaghbouihood of C'.atbrihe.
un the 4ths wat., at the %prinig of bir. Charle.
Caer, Scegr., about 4 miles esis: 2f tl~e townva.
The neighbors generally attended. wse haJ
quite a respecusble and a intelhgent assent.
bage, atnd were glad to see so many dignified
matroa, with, their cheerfual and eprighlyl
daughters in att.endance, and a correaspon~ding
ailarity on the part ofthe young gentlemen. Is
was indeed an agreable end pleasant occasion,
calling up the assaociations which rushed before
the mem..ry in comnmenmorating "f the day
and the stern chivalry of our aticestone. Good
social feeling pervaded, every one seemed
pleased. we had just the sort of a tmeeting that
we could have desired; all was peace, there
was no intoxicatiag ligntora to diatur b the bar
many of the occasion. We had a fountain ol
pure end limpid water. whicb ran hard by, thai
quenched withonat increasing our thirst. Oaii
Bararue was prepared in good style by ouw
wthy and *teipected estizen Air. Reuben
Cooper. Mr. Charles Carter, Setas., a soliea
in the revolution, in the aervice of Gonl. Green,
wae appointed Presideant of the day, and Air
Rotaten Cooper. Vice Preaidenut. The Declar
atios of Independence was read by Dr. Thos
emat. a. .n...i ate ,vtateb the co,....,,,
partook of a fine dinner. The ciom, was dueu
removed, and the following regular and vlun.
teer Toasts were read to the general satisfac.
lion and applani-c of thle company.
Ist. Tie 41h day of July MG(;.-Ever memo.
rable to Liberty.
IN1 George lrashinwgtn.-' rirst in war.
tirct in peace. and tirst in the ihearts or is conl
:4j. Gen. Nathaniel Grtn.-The henve and
I nd-siiable -oldier. the pea.relil and b.-nd-o
lert citizen, wore alke h-ipp.ily blended in hois
-1.;,. Th1e hicroe an-l patriots of theReo
ICth. .a:ndh Ca-olina.-Her pr"oet attitude
and iunetma1. ike to-e lja 1itbs oft'ido..J,
imp11arts a P0outiil and14 dic-irousl oennIAon toI
the brady politie. ;vd cher- old the citizeni in
the rectiotun ofi him pulbc Pandl privuto: dinies.
tith. D. E. Hfuer.-liold. chivalrous. ,ndll
courteous; A pltriut w ithiout feur aid without;
oins. George Mel.')f.-A tricl nd pl No
preu-d r.oh!t:cal 5eie:. Smith Catlin-i re- i
mt-miherin;: 114 -s itf i s .e , .:c ,., Isn.a conerred
neono' hasn the i's psrlanIt srnst offr ,tre'in: and~
Icfre.din.o h-r i..tere.t an ite Senate ofl tie
I. etownsd. w.> w eiiid Hi.ssamadn tien-i
s.-eshe ? s.-titutin, h--a the.country. and the t%% a
qasions ofiher pubbse po;y.
Jth:1. John C. Calbau.n.-A flipe ti!aiiehae
Alte-0ma, 1 h11 extoenln- ne"h-:- t i
i.culiir q I s til n -.mas. er.:itle iis to %Lt 1'resi.
denev of the ULnited Stai-..
i'. Mo IJNtr ' crry.-. lerni,4tory f-r
4li sorts oil pericnissai prnicilei. calsics'ied to
reard. .- id.-r-- of tier co'uintry. iad to
p grewt'i 1feal Colouli.hItio.
1Ui. Dernoerary-Guarding alike Stte
Ri- hI, anmi Ulite. N:ten irhts, Se:11i4 in
ise esc.1 . at Ii-' IC i"- her.' iti1 e and ntart. .o.
.e e t'hste t,h ( dIZ ..
IK. ." u!' r.-'l ie clha rensi B feeai~ ascnd
in e ..tce.is ... - - tiabir- a.- ehsi-ic. t' rt:ne
- - si o . a. lime IBhtimi,.; .
V 01.L.'..T 1.(-.'t 'I .UT.
11. .: 'riler. i4;?tr . I'resiiatn 3tie day.
- he memonod't, - l'arusi. it. s. and orw;'
tr - At .e. s ,cI-.. , i- r p .., '-K- r .ir -
tiemal,fe: anaid ee..?s :- it fl..n.,h , 'e
naIl green to '.c rieiole-t peoit.
by L.rOa Ooper, Iie l'rrsident.- *-Irew
Juckson.-The ero a-.e (r rani. 1 ...
n-te .f the Hleii;ag ; t'i he. tic e 1 i.
persty. d.e in pecce, antd :-ie a!i:orv
fly Jaonre i. 'ope.- vutM Lrolna -The
' wee lem" of li.L. .In'v wlo Is in.
diidsualexan'lde lars::ca per.tic.dl prooif, hil
wr are ;ced a . ed uia-ps.... i 1as.. in
lel esaing the coi:dltcain and ciar:&c r -f our
11y Dr. . C. &irfn.'The 1,n. f. IW'. PIrk.
ter -Tiae aile sid Jd,;itica isannier wahll
which he bras -aimid-d the righta -an irn-res,
of ie. 5 os:i aleL. pie-cmin- Utty qeahliy himu
for :eie pttire of 's-et e-reocr &oflSo.ti Cartlma.i.
By (i .11 Ioi.s -.-ou:l C. rvtia.-Iler
tneuorv is det-hr:0 111V ctlizel, hai denbiy de-ar
%%hen lie is resaliovet fron iisix raittives ninaale.
By Dr. V -oCua4 Griiff.- Trues.-. sty 1hi-s
Republic of tile ii.e Star. come out of the'
Mxeicuan lire uu-iasthed.aud imtay her elder eam
ter neler fore-ake her in the hiuar of trouble or
B) 'Ts. S. 'arer.-The cnadidate for pi
,ie ,ivecr, in a repumblea to.-rient, who
wgs heis votes, ds-e Ve. lePc. C.siI, -Wration,
than the isii mial e whog, heI. bren.-asl
By (Aivcur Braaficd.-'ih Vr.orratic Party
of the de.y-Tz ie to .lleCe..n-ni principlesr.
adverse to wtl.igCry, isduireri ofb uic but (e
ielerds of Clay.
voice oE his .onattiuenis spokot titmerringly in
I:a Congremional election. mas lie Ipruve a
lilhifl and uscLI pubihe servant.
By Chares C. Burett.- T-e tracts of Juiao
Cor calhon-Dis1greable tr. seie. who are
compelled tio stind iii thei rr popular favour,
or fear of popular rebul-e.
By ; C. Spakes.-Andrewc Jackson-A pa.
tiutc and tetisible stateswan, andi the deiender
of his country.
By (.:as~es Carter, Jmn.-Our immeudiatere
presentattie Dr. k. C. Gailma. Thei unatiring
zeal aid abcility with which he discharg.--d his
duties, ina a entbr of the louuo Ite-ere
tatives. entitle ham to our conifidence aid warm
A fter the app!e?u.e with which tis gentimnen:
was rerceived, hiadc subaide-d, lr. Grsiin re
and addlre,-sd the comany forii a snorit :iuie, an
a very iapplropr ioe aend eogeaat assnner, anid
conensdeds biy eeterinig uthe ellowing isenimenisat:
Johln C. ta uluna.-.\ etena pihatrioa. a hosil,
honiaest, anad daiii c~tshamioniii of the pirinacapheb
oif Demcacy. wval nhma ace Prescident, ourg
reranment w.ill lee ad'naialesed acscoudaeg tu
the trtaue spirtK of thc Cun-stautitonis.
1By (idrein Ilagocd.-he 4th day of July.
l77tU.-.i~s ia prove tue coerne-r stoneis ois 'hacta
w i lhle e-rectesd the atructure etluuin -.r..d libwrty.
BJ. DV. t; >; r.-The liag I'a:'y.-swund
iii eianse, but Jensenciat in p~riase, ljad ii de
clsamationi. but lost mi repiutanon.
By, Lesess.E. I lotdumra-Jonn C. Cazlaa
Trhe chaauioin uf ci.al d aeryr.:ay hag. fame be
reaanemibce--d go the hetest posterty.
iy Lients. T. lI. Br-adicd -The t'oi::tituion
ofthie United sta.-The naiobelear phedtlctiis oh
main, maey its prsancipces asnd ti.atiire ever iae
cuctainied sud c-appiite.
fly Caleh St. faiatheer.--Ile- ('lay? The
.,hiritads miiler-i li he aI lo;; densne to hve
assder hais a-hirt a:il ge ernmeatat.
Bly 1). Iliits.-.l-.y th~e 1-nrmers in futsare
priacuce thei-r nvun pirecepte, enarisch lhe .ial,
and re-tp molre itiain.iitty wi th lseu l.-~r.
By J. .l Carhz.- The .-lgric~uural .ruurcey
and fIria~e 1. nuampmnents.-aaipose.d ui peen sac
by~ thae anthucsee of a momediva a inetocr acy , wichs
-- savorf eath un~itoiUe death," to the ceuircus of
By John M. Mtathee'es.-Ana Agescu'tltursh .
cienic to becoe sesyieteable. shouald be conntect
esd with a Mseomei iLodge; lhe r~harity al th~e
latter could usen lhe eercised in supplsyinag the
former with proeveslai.
fly B. F. Lutig.-'The State of .'outh Car
ohua.-T'he re-ceia; deyeopemaenits sfhtcr A gra
sueural resouarces, psrove to an "acuLarfdenoni
strationa." -abat ,ih.. is rich in Craaberry tarts,
ands rite pucid2: cies.
By M. G. ilo.|e - Thet Flail of our country.
-l~fe:~ in overy chine, honimodic -n .icer) -',,
it se tue c.):n Me of ;aroaection, anl iio uc
hopae to) the wveak a:,i sipre.'ed, - long maii .:
wave, over the liands ol i.e f.:".tsind Uae home
of the brave." :
By R. fl. CooperT.*
Anierica tas a derghtfse1 place,
Atnd fiwredoma is her glory:
Mays3 heaven asenuposn a iDemocr'at,
:And thei Dteval take a TIosy.
Bly Mark. Mahrrs.--lkmorary.--Iqua!
t ighti to all. erchaiiee prvieres to nsonie.
By JuIhn Carier.--1.nusy ansd larzyneca;
pride and [.rodigalhitv, the troue cnuse afhard
By F. V Cooper.-Moru~s Multicuis, Ba-rk
shire Ilogus, and Temps~er:ice Societie, ditier
ent in namae, s~iilar in im~portancei, doomit- I
fear to shnare the samte laite. ..
Byga Lady.-Our righbousrhead.-Meay the
tree of Temperance be plasPed by the preasent
inhabitants, andI watered Icy their united iiafin
tnc, and amay the ruseto generastion flied a tr
Stuge uear its calsm shade, frons the storms of
By Capt. Illdiama 1'. Grijn.-Geal. Green.
-li' .revolultionary services wifl be rememo
beredby the peoplel of Sceuth Carolina; mnay
ly a Lady.- The MIan. J. D. O'Neal.-Tihe
ale advocate of Tenperanure, he standi us a
beacon to direct the steps o-f erring and fallen
unen, to the tonataan rrom whence isuo pure
thruws of health and h3ppiness.
FOR THE. ADVInTISFn.
FOURTIl OF JULY.
Many ci!izens of the Dtitict assembled
to Celebrate the day. in iho dclightful
grove at 31r. Terry's Sprieg. near Edge
:ield C. 11. The COnmittee .of Arrange
itiiens. Meoitri. C. J. Giover. Johr. Ilarri
,.121, Jnme.e Griffini. G. Ilord, J. Terry. S.
Chii a:ie and . iurt. g-): up a B;rhna'tze
in :,uter.ot style. CoAl. iuskett, a4 isted
by .Mlr. %V,rd.:' poresided! It !4 enhk.
Haarmony and ore!r.r prevailed thrauhon'
all tie fesivi'is of !e Oen,ion. ThIe
follwinA toasL wee drauk. besides uiany
voluitieer "antimaien's wl.iClh coul.1 nut be
;rocturd fAir puhieath.
. R i-'.*61A.A RTO.\ST.S.
1,:. Firl4 off ;dly.- May every reruat
1,f 11:4 ainy ,.trenagAi:hi our deteriraia tionA III
re.i- all ryruma .
2nd. Vice Presideit Tyl3er.-An 'Ih.
straction' intfeed, the chieuf ruser. withoot
3r.t. T a memory of 11ugh S. Legare.
-Genatlemtnan, seholar, lawyer and satets
'Foir talepts n-r.trn, untirelv lo:.
W len he-et ello),d and n ated one.'
*tzi. A Turif florrevie. nanl a T:rif
fur pro-tectiotIt The;- foirmer throwo thle
evpexntIs or tho government upon Ih
a-:0aern Siat's: tile latter :.uperuddi the
'.x p,-m-e. of the, ?. -riit o-metrer'i.
!h. The /a.0 Tor.-The regle of
S.uth Curoiitta ti%%aa its rep..l .l :he
Democratic pryathntse.ie- t
C(on:ruls, lit i h t he ii ad re:ulut lio, if
I.-rcul,- % .'oes to: beepo., ato put tiheir
tian n .lihoAIlerA to tle % he..
Gi,.. The We'-; device for prnterting
*tr ly Tremuy. It is at frit:.l
11,111n tie ('alaiftu:tion to 'suke onie orant
oaf ol er to Con;;rc ,' ah-or -oI it-r% vq aly
..-.artant ;i it i t r-tu,. upon th- peopliliq
'. I . t.. he m int) a- to tth ..n -
' ent . mi 'u rpiL-sentative.'
7.6a. Irean-ai.- -''.auin-l'' "ol'.n! Ile.
nDinneists1on ,: -le i "I.- ' Ie. o( 1 hi-'reim
Ir, ", n irIki;jz rebt.k- it) .t. i of 'oar feI
l w %V rid . a' has ve -. .-':): inlei fe In
the dolmiieitic plivy of the 1.iited klu gi
eth. rpudIiaUn and Asturn:i>n.
Titie ref.d by a State io neowlea ge t.e
Iobligatliol if us, deb 1.14n tile attempst III
imfpoiie it touildensi upoi oither tiastes, are
Uiia. Public (qfics.-Trusts for tle con
moi bienti of the people, and nrot for the
ejparate uise of' the ineulnh;eInt : general
ntrtnetes respoiring I iie-t in the ageritw,
are jib' w%-here the fe:.s oialy urt: to be
1in. The Demorratic ('urention of
May I c-l .-If ;n -sierly orgsnized. we
1ni aa rjiicareo in itlIecis.in. ,altniin::ha
ae feel olitrist oif nil animalii- sub-sii.
tutiie lotr ahe Continition.
lith. John C. Caiun.-The pjreu%
andl atalit stat eta auf the times, he would
prove The imost avamilable denocratic can
ididate for the Pre-,adenev.
1:2h. George AleDyje.-Ou:r Achilles.
sg long detained in hi. trnt has requmed
hil activity in oair political colntestd. to
otchieCvC, as we tru.:, now and grrater
13th. The Fair ser.-Let us remembr r
in our rjoicings, those who neeAt forga I
ni in our sarrows.
By Mr. John lnuiket.-Thae Repeal
Association of Ireland.-llowever gr iev.
was may be tie op~pressionsi of lrelan.!.thec
re'dresse of them .s her businiess and not nurn.
andh the whiile business oif ile i, lerrer pert'
formed, when each attends to his propler
lBy .3tr. F. ii. Wardilaw.-Frr-e Trade.
-.The dicl ritne of coanlan right, of( comu
ment1 ''in':, a f comittioii hone--tv.
Sty Mr. J. ''erry.-Erg/lund.--lie Iate
contquiest- iii Chin'a, ned ith. morer recent
:cqjuisi:aon in toe I-slands'e of the l'aciric
formash proiof that her cupidisty knows n.fb
hoiie. nd uni ies thie strongi arm aif power
tie initerpui'a'd. rTe xas, the Cnlifoirn~ias, art'
Mex'tcta iim:V in their turn fall vtitims to
hier intsata:i..l am rtbition.
we cele'brnw the 4tni of July 1843, let tun
rmnther thie 4th of July 1776.
B'. .ii. \\ A. Ilutrris.-T'o the inemitory
ofC tli: e i-i r, ''I th'i .\leckihnur D~ec'la
ationif tof ib-penidenee.n atCtarlotre,Noirth
Car''lm-i. ''n 31.) '..0, 1775.
ily M r. $. 1. Scott.-TJhe canrass foir
Parei-'i . f the Lniterd .tls.-uiid grant
that .lena C. Calhoiun rtuay. be our itelt
l'resid,-it, oaver all \Vhig Aristocrats and
By .\lr. John; liarrisoin --The m~emrT
of Capt'. Johnz Simkis.-in his piomh hie
loght for our it.dep~end~ence,ini is miatura'r
years he -.erved us ns ith equal ideiny na a
Bay ir. R. Burton.-Socess tao John C.
Ctaoun,anad 'ma3 the doggish party never
1BWhr. D. lars- Farmers.-WVith
out them the machinery of' society wotnld
From the Upper Mi~saoui--Indian Di.
pre dauons.-' ine steamboaiat Trnpper.
C spt. 1)urack arrived here la-st night~bav
,g le!i P'ort P,'rn-(dtJXi mii le alive Coatn
cil t1 I' .; -tunae t, arid Co~uncul Bio.s
a r'ports thalttheC siux Indiatns htad
ltely wi'' onei of the truipc--. anod -stolen
one of the comnpa-:)' horses, s :s
numbelr. t'h. he a r s that 8 Macka
nair boats wevretdesecodwag ethe' I"-tue and
wtero fireod iuan Ly a party of the Orlt~er.
Oue manit waisahot amtailidly wnunde'd.nnd
iS .1suod to be tdead. Mr. P'apian, the
Comanay's Agaent, received a hall iii his
hat, whieb grazed hi, head, but arnlited
The inditans had threatened thne indian
Agenzt's life, at Council Bluru.,-ad he sent
ia family to Black Snak~e lIills, int the
Trapper, for safety. No cause is as
Thei' Trapper also reports that several
thousnd Smuxl were gathering, tocm
downo and attack the Piawnees
The Traprer brings down a rull load of
atkn.-SL Lottis Democritt.
IIAMiaUaC. July 4.
Co'lo,-Therc in no alteration in otir cot
tn 1111iket frivus laet week's pricei We corn
utie to quote rroui 6 to bi cts. accordiu ; to
reg3!i.1 andi !rclaatge rare the samne as stat.
ed iu out last paparr.-Joura~al.
AtaGV!TA. .July G.
Premsr.-Wsr have~ adviea' 5fcasn Euroipe to
file 1711, sartisne. Thea. cottan urairkess remain-o
edJ in vivn~ze .111.Uuuh e slve ernd 4th of the
wo'e iitjtll. ottoit,- lt thme sriorsnot4 oltocki
ticeus w. iaaad. *arid .a~ so tu~d:.,iv b~y li'Al
rsrrm'a!. 'a rcsi aia,. citess'rv. I il1lt're%'-o tlm~~:l
('tel lisi:"-' of lEa's.''.a rI t r .'aiI:~lae %-,ls~ 11 a
fel-tyV f.Otil Cf~nders'::1. 'wA':. l.ie ti)OC
M. 114 V e 'I' 1-141 ':i I,$ I ." th.* th" e
t- Te; in : i iii , 1;%, ow ?': A: op eit !)e C
wt.-*rle ei.'reea f ndii,turLirror., tit eariee'i
qarv.i it .-.* Em..' '.. . !1 1, ..o t-w le'amssj. liow
a If..r. 16,a 1.) C.'., 1, t:-?i, 1111%va to 1.0
raie.? it. lb i r~li-ol tuea Ifte r tp %veside l2,'l t
t T ip- I*. 11: ieaornme stoz. ita s':ise i rth ttie tir-s!
04,4153 jI " ? w tv ir,11"ly 1,4
1.Ialua l ha tliderw t Prfq dorar'. pariv. lts
tv:licll a lmie a:1rie 11tlth xei ti
stIs'% Crap 1 - %els-efme i w o ni mP
Ingeowy tAnd o-i Iili iewu.s crop, i4 a mse,'l.
terase" . pt . ic-.. Will r a! icilet mflia-la Ihgho r
:ia ma wha. :irha par'jres ii.'l du:ring~ Lie
Mee3'f10 49% s caw c ieg'.- -Cow,~, ifi naist.
thrill to sFieles o pail 'r. W'P~.
jiuly W2.a 4
lit thc 1;;:e re"!e!ice af vuIsa deel's,eI. all
Il- r~p;lCaJ!tti' COV~5siat III Sit oe haare.
I itassl tr:ee . e'levv.it ei lici ogua. licutie
I i ~ ma ~t.h.-n f.:raaitua C, and snna.'r arti
t~cs coit *itutiaitelf.
''Te s cot' %tile. c?5'1.
Or-lisiar nj Ldvj. Lir'.
J.l njUh- vllDdil
S ) a J UsI Ii Ai pr. cS e 'A I asl-age
a.y lram.it."t %Asit-II I.. U1 Fain
tS;' . S'II5%ui'3 vsb 1tn S:'aolinao, two
ua1,jied' z111 ri' au)CIO"r 2tL'"'% Of laudi. asure
!0,%,se siharrse 14 red tilt livedi. adsljauiaa;
John 1'. S! tie v,. Charkes Lnnmar, exc
'!utnr. she truct of lisu.1 whevre dA*CufAnt
Ssiltirm:n Jtol!;a:-on vs Joho 1-aahcws.
ezi yw '1. ref id. taore or It"~, %ie ste
Jii:m%1 Dal;y %,Edlasaaznd KIenn(edy. four
bi'rl a. r '4 a.! indaa. mre ors Is rv,,e ode
riaars, Jaahis %16 iiasuir. J. 5'. I'uaae. rsnu
laaru.4, tharee Imatesrlel nod thirty acres of
Nodas. nizoro or' l's!, being n part or' the
roker Spriug Trai. rtdjaoimiug lauds (if R.
.1. Rodgers. lands of Ibc estate ohf R.
Iunipints. midt others.
State of somubl Carolina.
1HNE Subscriber (living in Edg ei Die
V trict, fire mWel from Chape18.Bridge)
reipectfiully informs his customer., and b ci
tizens oftias and the neighboring Districts, that
.:e keetp" constantdy on hand the very best
CO TTONW .MIJCRINES
wnrranted Cast Stel Saaws. and to perform wa
tisfictonliy, at theyvery low price of Tew Do&
lars per Saw. prompt payment. The charac
ter of thm'wt Machines are too well known to
neel pnuing; those who have tried them, re
rard them as the beist that are made in this
Ordes nddresed to the Subscriber, Cole.
aiin'. X Roads P. 0., fdgefield District, S.
C.. %ill be promptly attended to.
jity S -3t 23
G ROCERIES, &C.
'li1. iherib-ra reectfu~ly inform their
fr e-nds and the public. that they have re.
"eived -I lar.- .md frerh supply Of GOODS.
se!-. -d by une ofalahe firm, III New York, Boes.
tuon. P!iad-pnt atimore nind Chlarleson,
wnich i j ndi ior. to their loraer stock. cor.
prime, the Lirgect und lie-t nsanrtment of Goods
ever otiered in thi.s auiket, consisting in par
40 Ilid. Parto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix ngar.
350 bngif Hio. Cuba, PAo Rico. St.Do
in.. Java. nod flucha Coffee, *
74 hils. West India Molasses,
10 tierces C1ha do.
35 tIhhs. New Orleans do.
0.00 IbA. Bacon. [fams.Sides& Shoulders,
I n.00 " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
5000 - Fnglish do.
i 1J Band and ionp Iron.
I .000 J Nail it-ds & HIorse Shoe shapeA.
2 10" Cp-. German. & Blimered Sieg,
2'l)se-its Wagona Boxes,
1.700 oeacko S:ait. (bleachefd sacks.)
'-' n l i. In bulk.
to, 4#j imadieh %Wade.
25?) pieces Gunny iiug-ing.
151) cods 31:1iilla Bale Rope,
1011 do lemip do do
.500 y.IrdA Osnaburgi,
5.iW) lbs. double rei., I Loaf Sgar,
:9.4"1 - - -crushed do.
3.010 " powdered do.
J,000 " ern-le relined Loaf * do.
't0 buoes Turpeinime Soap.
Wt " Sperm Candles.
I" oil's patent 'andles,
ip tireeoi fresh ground Rtice
2,00) lb.4. White Le-ad No. I Union Aills.;
%!5 Wi. Canal Flour, (choice brand.)
40 duz. dinoing. parlor, rocking and
7 c .ises flats nod Cape,
15 casks Stnue Lim.a. (in fine order.)
2:) keg.. Iaopnt a FF Powder,
1.OW lina. War Lead.
40 hte-s Window Glasu10 & 012,.
110 IuIr:;s Shot. asurted siazes,
2.54k p-Air, Shoes.
Tea. Peppser. Spice, Ginr. Chocolate. Can
c.:iuon, Ahuonds. Starch. N itintega, fine chew
!ig Tobuieco. Negro ClaOths. Blankets, Shoe
I'hread. Cotton Varn. Cotton Cardq. Wool
Card,, Tack. Sieves, Plough Lines. Iniigo.
.ladder. Blue StonPte pperas, Epsom Saks.
Lin-eed Uil, Limp Oil, a (superior arficle,)
Trace Chains, I'tth Chains. Smoothing frono.
br.a's bound reilar Buckets. horse Buckets.
l'ails, T'uh.. Keolers, Widow Wagons, nesta
3leasure., Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
11amburg. July 1. 1643. if 23
South Carolina'Fenale In
;'iwir.R THE DIRaCTIOui or uR. ELUS Nas.
Public Term commencing Oct. 15th, 1843.
C IR CU.ISTANCES involving no aban
dtoinent of the proposed Md-' ammer or
Private Term. induce us to adhre to our old
regulations of commencing our Public Tem.
in Academic ycar, on the 15th of October em
In M.king this announcement, we wish itto
be duetinctly uander'tood, that the present plan.
so far a' i regnards the pupil. Is eirtsaiy the
same with that recenitly announced, inasmuch
as perimanent and ample arrangemnents have
been ade with the Teachers of the Institute,
f'or a thoarough course of Private Instruction,
faiim the i15th of June. to the 15th of October
P.ee ates may thus place their ehildren, dur
ing th,-. Sut'mer months, in a sitnation adere
are cetnbaned the advantagei of health and in
TI.e Academic Year commences on the 2nd
.! adsy in Otober, anid terminates onthe J~th
lPupils who can more conveniiently come at
thet opening of the College. in Columbia, or a
re w weeks earhie~r. wid he received at the time
withorut additional chiarge.-With these excep
tini,.inasmuch as the general espenditures of
the Institute, -:s they regard salaries of Teach
era, and all concerneda, data from commence
m tent of Term. arrangements with Patrons
u.-. with some qiialitacations, be made accor
lIn'iin are charged from the time at which
they entor. to the enmd of the Academic Year.
TIhe fai-4 Seson of the Term. or A cademic
Vear. chrnes on the 24th day of February.-- .
Eachi Session pajyable in advance.
.The Iu.-titutie will be opened 6ve daysof the
'week duoring the houra of. recitations, from 6
A. 31., to S P. 31.. to the inspection of its Pa
tras, and those interested in the cause of Fe
Boa'rd and entir course in Engfhh'
Liesture, sir.:Insive. of washing.
tirewood, candle's, &c. $200
Chemwistry, with u mcof chemical ap
paratus, . 1 6
Latin, French, Spanish. and Indlian,
Music-Piano andi Guitar, each, 60
Use of Pinn in Practice. 6
Drawing and Painting, each, l12
Attaebed to the Institute, are a well selected
Library. Phiioaophical ad Chemical Appara
tum, and a Cabinet of Minerals.
liarhamvihlle, (necar Columbia.) S. C. Jse
I, 1843. , . .
June 28'31 2
ST RAY ED
tRO3i the subscriber on the 31st of.ApriL
last, a smali bay'M ARE. three years old,
very low i'n order when she went od. No
tieuilar mark about her, except the right 'i.
toot is white uap to the foot-lock.
A reward of Five Dollars will be given for
the delivery of said mare to me in Hsaburg,
sir for any informiaion so that I get hel.
July 5 (mbargJosral.) 2t 23
A L L peron. inde'~;ed to ua on accounts
due the Grat of January last, are re
quegted to comna and seula up. We have
to pay our debts.
GOODE & LYON.
67 The fri ernd ef e~qj*
T. C1. BA CON, annonnee hit as a candhisle
for the Otice of Clerk of the Court, of ~sgo.
war8 A t 6