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dh; until 3iondaL 31t; and fra il thence- k
rbho ~cn' at'Spartaub d
Ar. C. has numerousivitalions from.other
pab of theState, which will all beattended to
as oon as practicable.
Naus.-Inthiteun conties in the State of
AMichigan, ther are no less thanthree hunired
and eighty.ui rinaig and saw mills.
Lasisiman.-Au pleueion was laekli on the 3d
ist. for four members of Congress. in Louili
aan, and from ihe ietuns which have.come to
hand. being only from thecity of New Orleans
there is no doubt hut that the Democratie ilt
will suce in electing all four of thelraiad
dates. .4i .*Harry of the Wht ay
to hone'ofhir'stand bye's." deserting him.
ly returns received. sines the abo+e.was in
type, we f tat the democio fdiduas
for Congtes Mhe44ee elected: Slidelt bya
ajoltyef 347 in theirat district; Labranuche
bye majority of9I'in the second district: Daw.
son, by a majority of about 6d0 in ihe third dis.
toict, and Booir, by a sajority 6f about 400
is.4he fourth district. A voe sas taken at
this eledion, * ider to ascertain thi Pease of
the etizens in aid to the call of a conven.
tion to alter the coostitution. whIch, no doubt.
resulted in there being a large majority in fa
wot of the all of a conventidn.
Dr. Applefton.-This notorious character, is
in the jail of Lanciter county, Pennsylvania.
Waiting a requisition from the Governor of
37 The following notice to Editors, froi
the publishers a"the Democratic Review. caps
the climax, of any thing of the sort we have
ever seen or heard tell of,-the northern mia
gazines, and macmoth dewspap hate, for
some time past levied heavy upon
southern publishers.seh as pading their pub.
catitns, and ingesting a column or two of a
loIg pospectuw ere they would exchanze; but
the publishere of thie Review are not saisied
with these troks, the edhors who wish to have
the bene6t otas exchange wA them, must
turn out and "aest As "es" for two dew sub
scribers, and these sesaens too, otherise they
will be stridken from their joll. We have
never received theReviewI and therefore it
doq" not efect us; but we consider the par.
graph as an insu to pilsherb, and hope, un
les soes explanatiod on the part o the pub
lishersokbe Review be made, that etery truly
iodependent publieer will strike it from him
exchange list. %.
"To Edissr.-The free list being in some
States actually larger than that of its sabser
bers, it has become necessary to curtail It;
lmoe, therefore, who may desire to leceave the
work in fature. can have it forwarded on their
remittihg the namesof two subscribers, with the
amouat of their subscriptions, an e ape' et ae
tohointerests of the work, and far
fro 'ifficult to accomplish.";
Asaar Case of SmsU Pea.-The Hamburg
i6arnal of the 12th inst., says: "On Saturday
last. another ease df Small Pox appeared in
the boundary limits of the city. The subject
. us thens6 gewheremoved the formner case from
the city, and vbe bas, through falsestatements.
beed attahked with this loathsome diase. He
unformed his employer, that be once had the
small pax. when be was then directed to asuit
in carring off the deceased negro. This no
go is near a mile from the inbabited part of
the Incorporatian, and we apprehend bat flaI
danger of the sinali por spreading from hit.;
as our Concil, as wi be seen, are endeavor.
ing tn make all mece====y pteciation against
it. This ons,'and the fei aseyeieionedl,
tire the ouny twetbat beesoccurred with us yet."
T11i, COTTON CROP'.
Zsel qf. tfafrmr tie .wh, dise Jans 9.
.aAs tothe growing crop it looks tolerably
well, as I nderstand in some quarters. but on
th' Jht land of Alabama and throughout
GoIa(and K presume South Carnlina,) the
prospect was I'presume never before so bad.
Itlidmitted to be eeywhere, a very back
ward crop; ,and whi ln somne parts of M.itsie
uippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and the Atlantic
States. they are suffering for the want of rain,
outhe Red River, andsome other partisof Louis
istia and Mississipp.they are haviseg too mach
rain, and a good deal of damage has been done
I append some interesdang data, to wit:
coros ur r.ox. mruo raosv. caoP.
1836, June 4. Oct. 14, 1.423.000
1837. May 28. Oct. 25. 1.800.000
1838, June34. Oct. 7. I.300,000
1839, Mtay 24, Not. t, 2.178.000
1840, June 6, Oct. 17, - ,635,00
1841, June h0, Oct. 20. 1,684,000
'1842. May 25. Oct. 27. 2,330,000
These were taken in latitude 3th nest netth
erlinthat or any *ther latitude is there any ap
pearance of bloom, and i do not thinlt the ma
. ' er othe hatsaw, will bein bnom
beoothe Islt Jify If the season continues
dry, the sand ls(as its 1838) wa'R make
'very litnle coflont baut I rather took for a wet
Summner and Fall aneestly treat, and very me.
derate crop.-You will seehby the above thaz a
late Spring isuinvariih foowed by an early
. FaL."-2J. Y. 4aweamu
IFestdier, arsps, #c--For the past three or
fouar days up to' yesterday; we have had hot
weather, the thermometer ranging as high as
95degrees in thaeshade from 10OA. M. t 4 P.
N., each day. On Monday evening, there was
a e iu shower of rain, acrompanied by
Seres Ishning, and heavy,thunder; which has
cooled t.air. and we now einjoy phc==ant
sunmmer weather. Crops of corn, andl other
small grain look well in this quarter; and cot
tok is doing well. Notwithstanding all the
grnbling,.ai unankfhine'mor msan during
- h spring, we will have an abundant crop in
this scnon of coustry.-lssarg J.Ivistu.
C A'iherdfo. Brrsses.-We are aware that
we hare a great many readers who enjoy our
labhors withsout cntrubuting one cent to our
support. We know in ear own vicinity (and
several of ousr-zsherr have informeod us it
is thecesoe in the eentry) there are a great
many Persons who rito ibererw the '-Chron
' iele' almost as soon as they k nee it It issued.
This is doing us great injustice. liur paperis
-worth readin let them subsernbe sod pay foi it,
and not swino us out of the fruits of our mnist
hionest labor. W~e adjure our subscribers not
to let these land piratestako atntge'oftheir
good nature flereahler, so that itashey are deter.
mained to beinean they may also tbe ignorant
essuuks Vstrs.-We see anaccount some
days since, sde by a Georgia paper, of ths
Stcuaboats within life lat fav weeku. on the
Pesidetiatl question. Ofthe votes given on
board or four stattmtboat%.Caloun teneived in
all 9 votes. and Clay 354. We areglad of the
result, for it .b..ws how; .wil.ssane. the votes
among the more saber nd seda..R Portion of
tlhe people of- the United Statew.-'4amber
and loafers may sdeIll khe Bomber of votin
western steamboats -oir-their candidate, but
when it comes to the ttor oftbe honest and-np
right voierb on land, the picture. will be pleai.
ing to behld.;-Hanhearg lwfoid.
H ath of Columbia.-There is nd use
in attemping to smother ae fact that
bowletomplaits arc prevdilina etteritive
ly in Columbia. ht we believe, that in
no instance have they termitnated fatally
except where the subjebt tips been impru
dent in regimen or enervated by previous
disease. Grbat esiition ought to bo used
by onr citizenA in indulzing in the usa of
fruits, ice-creams. &c. The water-mellon
season too has cotmenced. :and we con
sidel thern m0ost pernicious to henhth. A
strict prohibition ought to be placed1 orn
vouth and servants against eating them.
The use of them will be sure to lay any
hd. :p already predisposed to disease.
Mr. Cathoun.-The Commeteial Ad
vertiser *ptaks or Mr. OCalltun as the
"houghty uthernpr." No epithet was
ever more timapplica teati 'bat or-hutgh
ty" to Mr. C. Hiis a milif and gentle
mndfilike in this manners In Social life,and
as epurteous In debate, as any- man in or
out of the councils of the nation. At times
be is animated, but never in his seet or
elsewhere. have wte been him provoked so
fai as to lose hi temper for a moment. liis
eamiple in these respects is, we think,
Xorihy of imitation, much as wea differ
ont hitb in goities.-Erpress.
Denieaic State Convention.-At a
ineeting of the Democratic State Central
Commit tee, holden at the old State lotuse
yesterday, it was voted to call a State
Coiiveu'ion at Worcester, on the second
Wednesday of September next, to make
nominations of candidates for the offices
orgovernor and lieuteunut governor.and to
take into consideration the subject of a
National Conleation at Baltimore.iu May
next- elect iwo delegates at large. recom
mend the na'iner or clirosing the other
delegates, &c. &c. The meeting of the
committee stands adjourned to the first
Wednisday in August.--Bosten Post.
AccidenL-iMr. Thos. L. Fraser in Gring
a. salute at*Georgetown. on the morning of
the 4tb Inst., met with a sitibus accidet.
the gua discharied while he was in the
act ramming down the cartridg. in cense
queace of the vent hole bilng left opetd by
the persah who wis appointed to attend
it. Tit left arib was so much shatter
ed as to reader athputation necessary, the
fingers and thumb of the right batd blown
off, and some other injuries sustained,
which are of so serious a nature ds to
render his recovery doubtfgl.
Te Crps.-The following ettracts goes Car
to prove the assertions made by ds; some
time since, that the prospectsofa bountiful har
vest was before us this year, and that the adsis
tance of Divine Protidotce, would do mote to
alleviate our distresses, tiah the changing of
our political rulers:
fom the Baltimore Patriot.
The hamest in Ma land.-The Fre
derick Herald iiays:--'he harvest for the
present session has commenced consider
ably later than usual, but during the en
suing week, we presume that the farmers
pretty generallyr in this vicinity will he in
the iidt of at. The wheat generally
stands pretty thin upon the ground, but it
is hoped that the quality of what wheat
there is will be better than the last year.
A gentleman just fronm Frederick, who
has recently visited a number oh farms in
the rich wheat growinug region along the
Moneacy river. informs us that the fartn
ers had pretty generally commenced cutting
their grain. H~e futetherstates that the wheat
crop in that region, getter-ally speaking, is
exceedingly 6ne, and will give a faim aver
age yield. The corn and onts look ex
ceedingly well and prtomise abundatntly.
A gentleman from Baltianore county
states that the harvest has commenced in
his neighborhood. and tihat the eutting of
grain will probably be pretty woll gotten
througb with duritng the presenat week.
The average yield will fall mucha uhaor of
last year. but it is thought the grain will
contain mtore substance, and be better for
We learn that the wheat harvest on the
Eastern shore, and the southiern portion of
the Western shore of Mlarylaud,has turped
out much helter than was 4xpected sever
al weeks ago; that the quantity is mnuch
greater, and the quality of the grain very
The WViiliatusport (fd.)' Barnner of
Saturday says :-T'he harvest in this coun
ty has commenced, and by the mtiddle of
net week our farmers will be generally
cutting their grain. From all we cman
learn, we incline totahe opitnion that Wash
igton connty will produee nearly as mnuch
grain as it did last year, und thai the grain
will be of a better quality is generally con
The Crups in Virginia.-We undet
stand from one of our collectors. wvho has
travet'ed Caroline'; atia many of the con
tiguous'counties, that the wheat crop is
generally good-the straw less, the graina
mre, end the quality of the whbeat muich
better than they were during the last sea
son. lHe reports, that the situation of the
country is improving, and the prospects
t-ightening. lHow much better are all
these things, left to Nature-than if our
conditiona had been darkened anad thrown
back, by the passage of a factitiouf Stay
Law ?-Ricaotd .Eatqirer.
The WFeather and the Crops.-Fro-t
Thusday or last week to Sutnday we had
very hot weathber, the thermometer rang
ing from 90 to DYf; since that time it has
leen delightfully conl, the thermnomete'r
being down to 70. Thte cool weather is
just the thing for the whest, which will
turn out much better thaa was amticipated;
some of our farmers will have Girst rate
wheat, and Grest rats crops. Outr gardens
suffer for the nat of rain, andl weletarn
that the extreme dry weather has killed a
good portion of the t'ohacco plants, and as
we have appearance of a long dry spell,
there raost bo a short crop of tobacco raised.
MCartnemen.% lle (V- R'a..,Alrn,
The Alexianria Gazete of Saturdiv
47ays:-Harvest has commenced and the
weather is liighly favorabte. .The crop of
wheat in this section is or fine quality,and
altboug it is-said not to he a large crop,
will turn out an average notwithstanding
what the croakers say on the subject.
The Urbana (Ohio) Gatette says the
wheat crop in that vicinity promises well.
Stalks of wheat six feet seven inches Lt
length, were sent to the editor by Mr. J.
Budges. a farmer in the neighborhood. as
samples of a forty acre Ifeld on his farm.
The Crops.-Accats roni yiraious
quarteh of the Union. itforms us that the
present p.rospect of abundant crop,,is must
flatteridg-particularly those.of whent and
corn. In our own and The adjbining cnuh
ties, corn and oats look remarkably well,
though wheat is generally light.andl thick
ly interspersed with cheat. Some little
apprehension exists, ihat the continued
raius with which we have recently been
visited. may produce the rust, as it has
ilrealy appeared 'in places. Take the
crops p one side and down the other. we
have cansw to be thankful that. although
reverses may come. and a surplus be
meagre. vet our parwicoslar section has al
ways produced a sufficie":. for home con
The weather hna been for some tirm
untusually warm and dry. Crops are now
suffering for want of rai nuci more
than they have during the suimer. The
crops of dheat and oats in this sectioi
have boit yielded well.
We obseree that the weather every
where hit beei ldtter than usual. The
thernorefr here has been for several
days in succession over 9 in the shade.
and, what i, quite unifual with o4. the
nights have bern oppressively. warn.
Since the above was put in type we
have iad a fine rain.-PendletouAt Mesen
ger J4. inst.
How the country propospers 'ifobr
a Bank.-In the days lf the Jnited States
Bank we used to htear muclh abourt the
irregularity of The exchnges., the is n of
specie. and the general depression oif b'usi
tess created by these two difliculties.
And when the Democrats were endeav
oring to rid the country of the great fiaun
cial monster. no other sound so continual
ly grated the ears as declaration of the
impossibility ofearrying on the business
of ine people without a national institution
to "regulate the exchanges" and give is
a "soustd currency." These were stan
ding arguments in favor of a hank, and
they were the great levers by which public
opinion was to he moved to repudiate the
Democratic policy. ad give the Govern.
ment into the hands of the Whigs. i ow
often, then, have we heard the complaint
that without a national bank, the ex
chesnges would be soirregular and the ba
lances of trade so dectdedly against us.
that all the specie which could lie had,
would be sent to foreign countries ! Now
witness the result! View the falsity of
those Whig predict ions' The bank has hetns
dead-irretrievably dead-for more than
two yearti; anid trade and business learned
how to regulate themselves, as the Dems
ocrats all along contended they would, as
soda as the bank should be nut of way.
and they could find a fair field. More than
than twahlt" millions- or ,reitlnrs in sg.:e
tirrived in this cotintry hetween the first
of January and the middle of May: while
two per cent. discount. acenrding to the
New York Courier and Enq uirer. tle
leading bank pater in the Union, has
been the greatest diffrence of exchanges
hetween New York mnd New driens!
This is the efi'ect of the Democratic pwoli
cy! WVhat cn the poor VWigs say wi, it !
No wonder that a Nationtal IBank has hwe
come atn "obsolete islea." A htigh tarili
for "protection" muswt soon meet thec samwe
fate. The great pillars of Whtigery are
at lnst crumbwling under the tottering mass.
and soont there will be nothig left but a
shapeless heap of mouldering ruins.-Do
re r (Del ) Gaette.
Iiestruclice Fire at PaU River asos.
Thwe Pruov. Jouarewal. E xtra says. Ase three
o'clock. Sunday afternoon,. a mtost de
structive fire broke out ini Fall River,
wshich raged with great fury -wrntil it de
stroysd a greater portion of' the businest
quarter of the town. Owing to the pondes
htaving been drawn off, thtere was at first
a diflienlty idl netting water, andl wifen that
waS obtawned. a great part of the place
bhad been deromyed bwy the rapidl advance
of tho flames. The fire swept Mainw street
for about half a mile. Several bueildinet.
were town up. tint with little ef'ect ini
arresting the flamca whtich cught fromrr the
sparks. T'he fire sprend until midnight.
when f was g;ot under cotrol ; but was
not wholly extinguishedu it ben the King
Amon thtehwulings destroyedl are the
Pocawset Bridlgo Mill, a lnrge and valuable
establishmntw ste Pocasset hlouse, the
Manutfacturer's linwt-:, the Fall River Batnk
builwh'g, the Savinwgs Blank buwilding;, the
Cuanwaw House. the tPosw Office. the Me
hpdist utrc'h, the Christian Chturct. the
Mouitpr Pritinatg office, the Argus Print
ing office, anid about two huntdredl other
Itildings, includling all the principal
wholesale gwnd retail stores in the village.
We are greatly indlebtbdi tow Capt. Bur
dfen, of the Kinig Phiillii, antd to D. Sisson.
Esq, of the fall River Irowa Works Comn.
pntny, for the particulars of the Gire. Mr.
Sisson has allowedl ts to copy a letter from
Rich-Two boats were tip for St. Lot
is, at Cincinnati, thwe other day, otne aisk
ing nine, the other five dollars. Ahonts an
hour before startir,2. the spokesman fhr a
large migratory party whoe had taken seats
on the five dollar boat askedl the tnine dol
lar CaptaIn why bin chnrged so muchw,
whew, the luttter confidentially whispered
to the man as follows: "the fact is, tmy
frienid, that chap has olhfaned a large
quantity of gnpowder as freight at high
rates, whwile I refused to endanger the lives
of my passengers with it. so you see that
he can all'nrd to take you cheap'er than I
can !" Thle sp-ikesman returned to who
cheap boat, whisperedi the 'facts' to the
passengers, andI they all fledw to thse $9 boat
like rats from a sinking ship! On landing
at St. Louis it turned out that Mr. Nine
Dollars hatd as much gunpowder on board
as M r. live 11w.'wr- hrt
We l )arn ileat a stou on Central street
was set on fire on Thursday, by the fo
eus formed by the rays of the isun, concen
trated. during the intense heat or yester
day farenoon. through a bull's eye in a
indow in the roof. A gentleman. sit
ting in another store in the neighborhood,
discovered smoke issuing from the roo
and, upon giving the alarm, tihe upper
ltft was exanined, and the pine Irame
work was fouud in, a blaze of fire. nt just
the pleo where the rcus produced by. I
the glass tell upon it. Look out for your I
hull's eyes, this hot wheather.-Bstont ,
newpapers.-T'he Salem Gazette cdit
inis a list of all Ihe ietspapers iu Masin. t
chusetts. so far as kuown to the editor. 8I
in number. The oldest or them i thaI
Massnchusetts Spy. which wasi esiablished
in 1771. Only seven were comunenced
prior to the present century.
Nese Species of Shooting Malch.--We
have herd ofshootiug matcheb for medals,
and for turkies, but we never kner that
these affairs took place for a man's "better
half." A recent match, however, came
off in Teonesc, betsteen two chaps.who
pout up their wives to be shot for. forfeit
$75. One fellow got both the women.
A vagabond called nt a house one Sun
day atd begged for some rider. Tbe la
dy refused to Live any,him end he remin
led her of the oft quoted remark. that she
-'might entertain ate angel unawares."
-.Yen," said site. "but anitels don't go I
about drinking cider on Sundanys !"
[a TUa us3ArI9iAn, AT SisToN.]
Exiraet of lt ers rreired at tharlestori.
laraxeroo.. Jitue 19.-The present mere- t
lv rerves to iticlose a press copy of our resplt 4
4 the 16th inst.. since then our cottoni nurket
has linlergone to change. The demand is I
lagtid ad thme sales tmodmerate. The wenther. t
we nrc pleased to infrm vote. eantinue-mt re t
mmar liably fob aid sttngthens our hopes of an
-- ipnos. Jnie 19.-We are uniaile to no
tire any improvement in the actual state. or
tmimidate proospect of baminesa: tie tranonc
tions entered uyn are still litnited to the mnp
ply of he present demand. rind stocks of many
of the chief articles of iRport are gradually in
- Money ii again auiondant, and cail with
difficulty be employed 'o advantage.
In the ,absence of slecolafiV movement,
the cotnn market has been nit'ch les animated.
and prices or nm,it dese iptions are a shnde
lowe : from the -ade ho*ever. the demand 4
ais been m'tehdy. the wtiekly sltle averaging
about 26,000 bales."
The price of cotonrem inai firm.
MARS tLK., Iine 10.
It Uniited States.eotton. nothing took place.
not for want of or4ers. htit entirell owing to
mr small stock, which is nearly gtiue eaimtst
ed. aid our prices are dknost at pdr with those
of His re.
IHIalUino. Juaty 1.
Cottan.-The dull sen-on lauA now set in.
rnd we hatis bult little to totice in the Cotton
market. Tihe arrivals are few at this time, and
will remain so for a mnotlm. Our qntations
are about the sate as shose or lane week my
froo 5 t, 6j etn. The late accounts have had
but a slight et'ect on this market.-Joaruaa.
Coton -There has been very little one in
this article since this day wcck, owing to the
very light stuck on hand. pnd the late period of
te season. Time sales that were effected, how
ever. have been t rates varying very little from
those eoted in one fimemer report, though to
am" ew ,evinmtanmess slight cnnession,. say
frotmi jto j centt.. have becn outde. Withitn
te last two days. the dlemanid has been fully
e..pimal to thme maimpply, amnd pri.'es may le enid
erdl moore uneifom mn. We qumote estremnes 4j a
ta-plrinmcipalJ males fruin 5 to 53 Receipts
?zchange.-No change to no:iee in thmis de
partmen'mt sincee last Thurmd.my.-Cmastitutionial
Cosumesma, .Jnly 13.
Cotnane -There is nothcing worth notice, and
no app-mretit change oh price's. We therefore
cotinte ins.t week's qutzaions-..say 44 to 64
xtre'm,-thouighi etnctly prime ande chmoice
would commiismd still nmre.-Carutii, 4
Cm.AaLr~ase. JulY 15..
'ouena.-The recipmts of Upland' since our
lst only reachmi 57) ihaies, principally tiy rail
rod. I'.sunrted in same time. l'11 bas.
leaving a .lipping stock oleA25I hale, exelei- (
it e otl'4' s hles on shiephoard riot clenred?. .Intg
or repoart ont '$atmeay last. we noted the
mrket a,. h.miig closedf dimll anid inanimnate, a
and siuchm it re:nimmeedJ don flme whole of thme
week. Th.-i ncemmtts per smeanmer Ilibrnmia I
from Live rpmilni. wvhich rea:checd ns on that day.
were~ 'i-, in.'e ay later limo those rcemved i
by thme C,,hi:n m. and appeared nt e'.deninted
to' eenmui a:-- bmuyers in cuming ouat at the car
re'tt rat" of the market. Thme p'.-ratmins ofr
tme wveek wer' c.mnfnedl to time ilin-a of al few
orders, ande amnounated itn all to hut -ti'h bales. I
at pr ices ranginmg trom 5j tam 63. Tihe 'tmal
st'ck mmnw remininig it. tictors hiandil'is cnn-i.
fied to limt few. who a pe,r tnot to Ito inelinied
to plmn'mit for the piresentt tarther reductioni.
Died, in Fairfield Dimstrict. at the homisse o
ar tmother. .l1rn. David Meatns, on the 28th of
Jnate last, CAnt.iar. HlAarga Bnensra, wiire of
Preston ni. irooks. Eagr., of Edgemeld, in thme
2f4th ye'ar elf her aige i d at the samea lime.
er itnf cmi r.hild. WirsTrict~o Devmn.
It is not the ohjeet ot the present writer to
atempit a fulsome enlegiuim. but si'mply to re
cord thme tmany virttnee for whmiih the deceased
was iistingmishedi. Hie claims not for her, qial
te abmove her condition, for she belonged In
the imperfect race of mortals; buit, lie wouald
presentt her as a woman adorned with the true
lovliess of her sex, amid sheddin;: upon all
arn her, the uiweet influences of her ut'ob
In h'er chiildhood she was ren'rkable for an'
ammnity of temipe'r, wich agrew with 'ner
growth anid stretmgthmene'd with her atrsn'gth."
Troughout her brief life, she exhibied a Iiv
ing; benievolence, a eonncienmtiousness in tbie
dichaerge f evemy ditty. which made her al
tinst thme idbol of her acqu'atnnace. Shes felt
ideed, that her only business was to de gsd;
to labor for the liappintess of all with whmom 'he
had intercohurse. This was'the ruling passion
of her heart, and for its gratiftcation there was
n.......;ra , which -he deemed too ereat. Por
erselike seemed to care but liule. tbor othcrs
il To." spend and be spent" was the motto
of her lie. At an early. weriod sqigatached
sersef to the Communiob of Christ, and eol.
cwed in the footsteps of her Iamster, with a do
rotion surpassed by none. Behold, reader,
he scret of her Eeavenly Spirit, the wonders
ifIedeeming love! In the pasafaland protract.
id illness which terminated in her death, her
adence was most severely tried; but hero, as
a br former fie,. was displayed throughout
hie most perfeit Ind- lamb-like submission to
he will of God. 1'iough none colA he better
ontent with Phe allotment oflife, aid thougb
:o parer asfd warmer affetions were ever en
wined ardind the ob~jects of earthly love, je
was she willing in a momont to abandon all.
Whence romtes tais sublime philostphy ? Earth
a not elual to it. It is "the philosophy hAp.
ized in the foont of eternal lWe." Witi svym.
athies for die world. as warm i efer caise
im woman's bouc'tm, she neglected nor to
weigh in the balanie its highiest lionors and
But she is now yrid the millions who have
,one before her. Is there cause foi mouning?
tathet it there not cause for joy? 1kill not her
errBtving telatites take comfort frutm the ble*
ed pruaises ofthe Book of Life? Who ofthem
:an doubt that she has exch'anged a world of
orrow and bain. for an eternity of hapisness I
or her bereaved husband. I would present her.
not as the subject of severe bodily suffering,
mt as an angel in Heaven, rejoicing in the full
tossession of that perfect love fat which elie
hove unceasingly on earth. M.
. -H'E A -P
IH E dubscriber reslectfulily informs the
public. that he will make arod sell all ar
ieles in his lidt, at very reduced price.. fior
'sh, Cri. to lounctualcustomenr. at Barter.
All perserns wishing articles of CABINET
VA RE. would do well to# call on him previous
n puicheasing at any o'the'r plaii, as he is de.
ermined to gire his custumers 'argdixs.
Ilis establishnent is in 1h4 horalise formerly
ecispied by Dr. E. 1. Miins, is an Apotheca
Funeral atteiided to, at the shortest notice
ind cheap rates.
July 19 4 39 25
'A QUICK PENNY 18 BETTER THAN
A SLOW DOLLAR."
CHEAP CAS STORE;
Tr qf Subscribers intends to establish a
birnch of their business i' tie village of
;rr.enwood, where they will dpin.6q 1oiiday
oet a large and well eected Aito of
DRY G0 0D
heos, Cutlery dead HardWar ,
at the lowest possible prices.
All *e deai-M. Ji.a fair examination of our
200D8 an R ICES, and we are convinced
hat we 6atd offer our Goode at 95 er cent.
heaper.th4ai as1a1 rlees. .. .
Please tallandjU gefibtrelv *
J. COHN ACo.
GreenwobW, July 15,1843. It 25
COLuiaIA, 11th July, 1843.
Ounta Nd - ..
4) much of orders dated, Head Qarters
.. SC.:, .u,.. 1SO rltetas to the
thland 6th Regiments of Infantry, are hereby
ountermanded, they will parade as follows,
The 8th Regieient at Morrows old field, on
L'uesdaytk Ith of September.
The 6th Regiment at Lomax, on Thursday
he 11th sf September. The Officers and
ton.commissiossed officers will asr'emble the
lay previons t their regimental parade ground.
'ordrill and instruction.
The General in command of the division
arid tihe Brigadier Generals will, with their
suite attend the reviews.
Thre Brigadier General of lnfazitry will ex
end inis order.
By order of then Commender-in chief:
J. W. CA NTEY. Adji. & Insp. Gen.
[17 To he puibliashed irn all the papers lnented
withins the Brigadls-s -,rderedl out for review,
rid to contiinu.e tintil the reviews are dver.
July hf____9t 19)
Cotsuxsta. I lih July. 1943
PE H E fnlileding R timerfts of Cavalry will
3.parade for Rteview and Drill as follows.
The 8th Regimseni afnie Icinestone Springs,
n Saturday tios 1th of Augur,:, or ne. f the
;leni:'d Sprinugr, on Thursday the 17th of An
'ust, as the .Major Geer v a direct, lie re
orting to tho Commuandet in-C'hief the place
elected by the let of August.
The lat Reagiient, af as place to he ielected
y thes General in comman.d of tho Division. asn
rhisraidsj the 7th. Sep~tririaW. hi- reptriing to
bre Comnmasderin.(.hief by the 15th of Asinut.
The 2dl Kegimeint ai Longmires, oh Saurday
hie l6ih Septemaber. The commissined and
on-bmumssisoned aflcers will aeible on the
la'y previous for Drill and instruction, at the
tegatiental Parsde Grounsds.
The Generals in command of thme 5th and
at Divisions, will extend this order. and attend
vith their suite the Reviews.
lip order ofteCsmne-nCif
327 To he piiblir~hed ins all tihe papers loeat
d within the Brigadesordered out for revievi,
ard to esiutinue uneda the reviews are over,,
July 19 9t 25
lat Divsiaon. s. c. u.
IN obedience to an order from t'.se comman
der-in-chief. the following Regp ments of Ca
ralry. will parade at the times anad placqpbere
ffeh teimenit at ld rendleton Villago,
as Tiray te'7th bep..
The 2d Rgimen', ofevalry at Lengtires,
>n dalh'rday the 'a6th S3ept..
Thb commiraioaed and nop.comisioned
>aficers (corp.rails aitlded) wil asemble the
1ay previoaau for drill. and inseticon. -.
The di vision and Brigsa Sif, will attend
he revi-ows of the division. . .
By order of Brig. Gie). JI. L. Bonhai.
Cos'.arslrg as JAS. L. ORR,
. Dp. Adj't. GenI
July 19 91t 25>
AL pe nsindebted to the estate of
Jon8 dmdec'd. are rtqustsed
so make pejyueat, anal those baring de
mantds against said estate, will render
Ordinsary of Edgefeld Districi.
3,,.n on .c 21
2a Roisxst CAv, utr,
July 18tb, 1$43.
baffri N - ~ . . . ,
IN obedience to odrs from Brig. Gen'l,
Bonham an elestibn for Major oftheinwr
battalil of the adIklne 'avalry, wi
held o Satur , the or Atgust next, io
fill the vacancy ucessioned b the '"maion
of Lieut. Col. Mundv. Eac Capt. lrill give
the legal notice witfin his own limiti.
By order of Col. JAS. C. SPROUL
July 19 .
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cis 1 will proceed to sqll at Edge.
ield Cour House, on tbe first Monday and
Tueslay in August next, til following
John .s. Smyley vs John Stid'Ma, two
hundred and nineteen acres of land. more
or less, where defendani lives, adjoining
Wm. Dhan and others.
Jolin P. Setze vs Charles Lamar, exe
cutur, the tract of land where defendant
Solomon Johnson vs John Mathews.
rory dcres of land, more or less, where
Julius Day vs Edmand. Kennedy. four
hundred acres of land, more or les, ad
joining John Williams, J. S. Fouke, and
.M S aenhall vs Wm. W. W1:
lidnis, three hundred and thirty acres -or
ltan. more or less, being a part of the
Co kq 5pting Trac, adjoining lands of R.
31. Rodgeis, lands of the estate of R.
James Mtarshall for John Marshall vs
Johti K. Johnson; Elisha Carson survivor
vs John Minx and John K. Johnson, three
nlegroes. viz. Alary, San and Martha, the
prperyp Jo K. Johnson.
W. Lever, who sues for the use or
He ry Werii vs S. W. Holley, one sorret
Terms basii. . .
S. CHRISTIE, 9st. 0.
Jul# 12 4t 24
State of South Carolina,
W. Hf. White
W I Me s1d. in Town of hamburg ,
W an t~e fist of August nejr, the fol
lowing property, viz : lot ot Sugar and
Cone?, lot of Tin, lot of Uldi, lot of Jug.
and Jars, and various niher articles nor
meintioued. Terms cash.
(. CH RI$TIE, -s. r. D.
July 19 [$ 00] 2t 25
Ten Dollar* Ikeward.
KANAV AY froun the dubscsibqr,
living on M6e road leading frmn Mc
Nairy' Feiry to Hamburg. in this
district, on the fourth inst., to NF.
G ROES. One a small mulano man,
of dark tim'pleiion and butihy hair.
abodt four feet six inches high, and,
)out 35 years of age.
The odwr is i large woman. yellow complex
ion, about five feet high, and has a sca upon.
her left wrist, cut by a knife. about 35 years of
age. The above teward will be paid to any
person who will lodge said negroes in any 1i
so that I get them again. Any informa'on
respecting them will be thankfu 'ved.
July 19 if 25
Brought to the Jaui
OF this District a negro man, who
calls himself HARRY, five feet 4j
inches bigh, of very black complezion, a
bout 46 years of age; says he rattaway
from} Pr. Weeks, of Barnwell District.
four miles from Aiken, about the 18th of
June last. Thte owner is requested to co~nei
forward, prove property, pay charges and
takce hima away, otherwise he will be dis
posed ofa'ecording ro law.
C. H. GOODMAN, Jailer.
Juine 19 'tf "5
Brought to the Jail
OF tbis itrict a negro man, whn.
en clls himself JA CKSON. five feet 2~
inenecs high, verj black complexion. about
30 years age, his left le shoarter than the
righj, say lie 6'elongs to a ir. James Hardy
of Anderson District,..S. C. who liv~es
within three mites of Mr. Samuel Erks
store, and that bie ranaway five or six
The odEser is requested to come forward,
prove property' ray charges, and take him'
away. otherwise he will be disposed of ac
cording to la w. -
C. [1. GOODMA N, J'ilar
July 19 If 25
T3 H E Estate of Jesso MleClendna, de-~
e. eased.,being left -.erlict, I shall
proceed to sell on Tlhursiday the 27th inst.
Ut the Ilate residence eaf said deceased. a'j
lie personal estrato, consisting of one horse',
men head cattle, c'seven head .hogs. house
hld and kitch'.,n furniture, and other arti
cles not )nemntioned..
Termes of sale, cash.
Or-iiaary of ?djgrjid District.
July 12 -31 24
T3 H E Subscriber.(Qiving in Edgefield Dii
.1. t.t fire wisles fromi Chappell's Bridge)
retseniy anforma hi. cuantomiers, ad the ci.
tizens of thms and the neighaboctg Districi,,.that
lys keeps constantly on hand the cery best
quality of . .
CJOT TO.1 sIICMJRV*7,
warranted Cast Sterl Sases, and to rmoform sat
tasfactottly, at the vet-y lou pree of T7:0 Del
ears per daw. pronpt piymens. The chaarac
ter of thase Machine .are too well known to
need pudin~g; letis who bave tried them, re
lard thmas the best that are made in thlt
Orders add .aed to the Subrtcriber, Cote
mant's.M Roas P. O., Edgefield Distriet, 8.
C., will be promptly attended to.
. JOHN ClAI'rAN.
July 5 t .
4LL persons having,demtande against
ART URVIGfA LL, wifl please hand
thema to me for paspent.
LOUIS T. WIOFALL..
july 19 .ft 2g
A L persas iadeted to us on ue6biia
du h rtof January las ' am t
quested to comne an estreu-f W ho
to pay our dcbtb.
GObDE & LYON.
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