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Frms he carlatea Vercury.
, . NEw Yona Oct.8&
Ana~st oir Tt OGRMAT WasTX.
The Gueat Western. Captain 1.
from Liverpool 23d alt., arrived y.
Moning in the harbor at 101 o'
bet usual punctuality.
The disturbances in Wales centinue,
and are becoming more serious, leading te
the loss of several lives. *
The account from the Manufacturia
Districts cotinve to be favorable.
There has been a grand review at Her
li, at wbicb the King or Prusisi. the
Emperor of Russia. the Prince Royal ol
Sweden, and his daughter, Princess Euge
ala, whb many other distingushed per
sees were present.
Two English Quakers. Aloxander and
Wigen, had arrived at Compenhagen, ts
convince the Danish.tGovernment or the
expediency to abolish slavery in the Dan
Ish West India Islands.
The'National German Gasetie, or the
9th instant, announce' that a nen conspi.
racy had been discovered in Warsaw, and
that more than 100 persons had been ar
These is no news yet of the long mis.
sing Indian mail! It is now more than
a fortnight, neatly three weeks beyond its
We understand that the berths in the
ateam ship Hibernia. to sail for Halifax
and Boston on the 4th October, are near
ly all engaged.
The no Government or spam has is
sued its manifesto to the cation. It is
a long document, beginning with tho late
melancholy events at arcelona; and
wbile professing to treat of die ptitnciple
ofrepresentative goveranmeat attacks the
central junta with great bitterness. This
manifesro has the names of the ministry
The Courier do Strasbourg states that
a considerable emigration from Alsace to
Algeria is in progress.
A Havre jouroal announces that it is
inteted to erect a column at Treport to
commemorate her Majesty's visit, to be
erowned by two allegorical impersou
tion of France and England holding each
other b the band.
Awin lmer ' Sasith's Taaes.
O'Connell, continues as active as ever,
and we bear no talk of his speedy retire
meat to his mountain home at Derry
asme, where, hitherto, at this season of
the year, he has been more accuanmed to
the music of his beagles than to the rpn
populi. All his energies appear to be ab
sorbed in bis present agitation, which
leaves him no time for rest or retirement.
Upwards of 10.000 persons saluted
Father Mathew with jnyous acelamation
on landing at the Kingson Jetty. last Sa.
turday, from his mission in England, Ian -
ded by the Prince, mail steamer, (mm
Liverpool, and administered the plelge
before Hayes' Hotel, Kingston, on .on
al . Frankfort Journal states thus the
King of Prussia has written an autograph
leuer inviting Queen Victoria and her
consort to eatend their visit on the conti
nent to Berlin.
On the 5th alt. a terrible ronflagration
occurred at Stubiweissenburnlh. in Hun
gary. Nearly 1000 houses -ere reduced
The Royal Mail steamer Dee, at Fil
mouth on the 19th, brought tweny-five
psegers, among whom' was General
Iyet, si-President of Hayti, who is
said to be on his way to France, for the
benefit or his health.
viao letsoraal at Marseilles.-A most
violent storm of rain, thunder and lightin -
lag, burst over this town in the night on
the 14th and 15th instant, cecasioning an
Immense deal of damage in streetc, shop.
and houses, In the Rue Paradis, the loss
itione stoaie tradesman, by the inunda
tins of his shop, is estimated at-amore than
2000f. T1he steeple of thbe Chureb des
Missions do France has been, it is said,
entirely destroyed by the electric fluid.
Deutructeem of the NJeutorian Chriutians by
The pure and the upright Nestorian
Christians, dwelling in primitive snmplisi
sy and happiness in their mountain fasuness,
have been sought out by the bloodhounds
of Mohammed, and doomed to aunusbila
lion. The circumstances contnected wish
this sad event are melancholy ina the ex
treme, and are detailed by a correspamd'ent
of the London Morning Chronicle (wrnting
(sea Constanlti)ople under date 17th
Angnsi,) as follows -
You have been ininemerd of the combi
nation between the Pachs of thosul and
several powerful Kardish .chiefs for slie
estermnnation of the Nestorianr Christians.
or Chaldeans. leterul received the day
beEfre yesterday contain a deplorable ac
eeunt of the results of the astacks of the
United Troops. They had pntae
lot. the controf the Tyaree distrect burnt
the village. and ebureg, d,-sruyed she
erups and put the inhabisats ofrbotb .esse
te the sword. Three, accordins to tshser
oeests, five brothers oif the Patriarch
have been -shain, his mother was cot in
balf, and his sister hirribly musilated.
The Patriach hismself had fled to 'lousul,
and taken refuge in the British vice eon
seIste. Tbus a seerwhich had preserved
its ' epnee daring centunies, and re
aisedtbJa s~ ting sword of Islam,
wham ise- by the secst powerful and
tuost nalimt of the followers or Mo
'hamaeda-WbCh, in. its simplicity and
I.. n,-'a~Imaintatnad ,the docirnnes
nl fo~~ miive church for above
sitniih~.and whieh had escaped
the geuulet morals, and
Of ihVee5vo~fs nafi other
ebristian seets Of East-bas tie', in
the weakness of Mohammediam and in
the strength of Eatopean Christianity,
.been delivered over to destructno.
4sohthe Turkish authorities merit
thsoghest eondemnation for the purt
th gber~ s In this massacre, yet there
are alkisenierned who ars abmost
euspoasible for the results. The
'ofthefalofNesterIans isea new
*sample of the ofesee Ja system
pused by feteignea Ithe East, which
we esmeSo esntemplas withiet she Utmost
indigaion- AN0 ht br wi
destruction, athough they may not ha
anteiiated a result of so serious a Datun
so their intrigues, and altbcugh they ma:
now shelter themselves under the clgak to
religion.have been guilty of a great dinm
against humanity. in their mountain fast
ness the Nestiorians had retained their in
dependence for centurivs. The first west
er traveller who succeeded in penetrainl
into them was Dr. Grant, an America.
mi%'ionary. lis object in visiting thens
was the establisthmeut of schools and oth
meanus of instruction. No soer had Dr
Grant met with some success in the motn
inins, titan the Roman Cbtholic mission
aries at Mosul, supported h) French poli
tical agents, endeavored so coumiteract it
The Ktglish High Church was also jeal
ous of Aierican encroachments in hil
midst of a sect still venerating Episcpacy
and an additional flr-brand was thrusi
into the country last autumn, in the persoi
of the Rzv. M. Badger. During las
winter the three partiest-the American
the Fuseyite. and the Roman Catholic
have waged an open wtrfare amongs
themselves. The Americans, who hao
been first in the field, only acted tin tile de
fensive ; the influence they had alread
acquired among the Nestosians, enatblet
them, without much difficulty, to retair
their position. The object of the two re,
mainuing parties was to eject the Americani
and to establish their own inguence.
They did not act in concert. for their mu
tual enmity eqnalled their hostility to the
Americans No means were left untriec
to effect their object. The agents of thst
Church of Rome received the earnest co
operation-in fAct, became the toit-o
the French political agents. Mr. Ba:IgEi
enjoyed the support of the British loca
A report began to prevail that the A
mericans were assistitg the Nestorians t
build furls in their mountains. The igno.
rant iohabitnuts of the surrounding cou
try. and their Governor, the Pacha of Mo
sul, readily believed the asetnion. Foi
some time access to tthe mountains, fror
the west, was denied to the Americar
missionaries. Mr Buidger and the Rw
manists renewed their separate attacks
Both had interviews with tie Patriarch,
and both believed that they hal established
their influence. The suspicions of tie
Pacha of Mosul were excited; from bothi
parties he received accusationsagainst theii
respective adversaries, tending to increses
his alarm. Mr. Badger pointed out the
danger of Roman Catholicism and French
influence in the mountains; the French,
in return, the danger of English influence.
At length, the comtbiontsn we have ie.
scribed was formed. and those alone who
were innocent have fallen victims to the
intrigues of men who announced them.
elves to them as their only saviours-the
ministers of Christ, and the teachers ol
Strict justice compels us to state thai
the Americans are in this instance without
blame They established themtelves first
in the mountains. and their efbrls were
successfully directed to the improvement
of the inhabitants. without any ulterior
political design. We believe that hail the
Church of England zealously co-operated
with them as Protestant Christians, instead
ot opposing tben as heretical enemies, the
disaster we have described would noi
have occurred ; as it is. one of the most
ancient and mtiot interest ing sects in the
world-icierevintg from its origin, from its
language. an from the purity of its Chris.
tinity-has been sacrificed to the religious
quarrels &Ameriia lndeIpendents, Eng.
lish Pusepites, and French Roman Cnth
The second event to which we hiave
above alluded as shotwing a disposition,
on the part of the P'orte. to returns to te
anctient attti Christian systetm, is the ttbrea
teed execution of an Armenian. is hich in
houry expected, notwit hstandling the must
powerful exertiotns in his favor n the par
of ste foreign embassies. The onlty crie
of this man is the recantation ofta profeo
simn of Mabhomnedanism, said to have been.
natde in au hour of intoxication. Should
the Porte persi-t in Isis capital punishmeni
-whicht there is every reason to rear will
be the ease-the sympathies of all Chris
sians will certaintly be entlisted against the
Government. Sinice the unfortunate Ser
vian alfair, the Porte has assunmed an at
ittude which may, perhaips, be justified b3
plausible arguments but is injudicious it1
the extresre, and may end in the destruc
soti of tis country. Anatndoned by Eu.
rope in at question which totiumately af'ect
e I her 1.ower, her pri'le, and her indepen
dnce, Turkey has made a lat effort ti
regain the position she enjosyed a century
ago-a position of isdtatiun and defiansce
Such arc the feelings of the presetnt Min
itry and the Divass. We many talk o
Russian intrigues andtRusan aggressios
bum the time may come when the poiej~
o Lord Aberdeen may be recognited as
the first great blow to the exiatenice of this
empire. It may, perhaps, appear ridiculoun
to ennnect a puiblic execution with thi
Servian question, but those who under
stand eastern psolicy will he able to tract
the conae-iietof these events, whsen the
execuion is taking place, to show the
contempt felt by the Porte for Christeua
dom and for British influenace.
The nutzlwer of peranst who have er
lished has not beeni ascertained.'h
popuatios was about IO00,000. Neishe
axe,, x nor condition mci with mercy.
All were sacrificed by tho savage Turks
ConstTAgSIOLe. Aug. 23.
ERectdea of a CAiiaa at Comnarai
aop-A shortidistanefrom where I ai
now writing lies the headless trunk of
man who has just been decapitated far ni
other crime than thai of professing- the
faithb of nearly the whole of Europe. Hi
was an A rmenisa by birth, and after ar
riing at the age of manhuod, in an evi
hour, nder the influence of loo mmel
strong drink, as It is said. hee renouneaw
sis religint' and beame a Usielman.
He bad no sooner recovered possessiot
o his mind than he sw the madness n
the step he badtsaken, and embracinig thn
first o.ppiwetnaity be Aed so Greece. am
long be remnained there I dv not hnow
bst assom'st the Europeatn dress he re
tamned so thee :ity, wbere ho was snot
reognised,. adaiwown into prison. Ev
ery efert wsmade by threats and proeti
s tolndaeMWhero retuen to the faith e
she fals. prop'etr Kveh Be ws el
a-a Amm.; ' ea a In chain
to dilerent parts of the city. for execu
tion, and wish the sword of the eiqeina
r er drawn over his head, he was required
r to renounce ,ihe Christian religion sui.
t believe in .iahommed; but he resolutely
persisted in declaring that he was read,
to die rather then deny Christ.
On each ocasion he was rernanideil to
prisai, and some say that torture wa
there used to effect what the threat of
instatnt death culd not. To-day hoiwever
r the victim of 3ainhommedan annaticilism
received the crowa of imartyion. in tihe
midst of one of the most frrquented street%
Of tle city. And, as if %iis the e.express
iniention of thron ing all possible indigni
.y on the name of Christian; and an the
Christian government of the world, he
a as exernted in his Eurnpean dress. and
after decapitations the head, Aith a Fratnk
i cap upon it, was plared betwvern the lets.
It is a public anl most outragetitu in
I 416lt upon all Christian nations. Every
European here feels tile idignity. hut yrt
no one seems to know what is the proper
i renedy. It k currently reported thai
I previous to this inhuiatin murder. hoilhr
Russian and Engli.h anba-usadurs ,nadle
strong remonstrances to the Governnmens
against the anticipated act of 'aarlbari'mn.
but without the sli-htest ele.it. 'The on
ly reply was that this is a miatter of reliu
ion, which it belongs to the Shekh Islano
to manage, and that the Governent
coula not interrere. I do not vouih fir
the truth of this story, although everybody
here believes it.
Cotaou, Cotton bagging.-We iave'lien
informed. -,a& thi, ian lei in. t daner of
otuing ynto disrcpoute. A unuatityol Cut
tois recently shipped hence to Georgetown,
enclosed in baggita inale ni tne Rtockit;
han ills, plion its arrival there, wils in
a Inust .cuuled condiin. The, article. n)
doubla. was ton li;ht and flimiv. and incapa
ble of eniduring the hard Us.ige to which
Cojin losiles arc subjec ted. We regret this
exceedlingly. a4 a prej.odice may be excite d
a gaint an article which. if properly man
ifartured, is as serviceable and durable.
andl as well adapt d to this piarticilair pur
pose, as the Kenaticky hemp or Dandre
bagging. We are assureil expel iments have
been made, in miore inistatres than one
nith the Cotton Bagging. which have
proved entirely satiractory - and we have
seen an areile- manutiatured at the Saludai
Mills, near Colonmbia, which was highly
approve-d of by comtspeteni jdges. We
have likewise been inforened. that a heavy
sabtantial article haot for years past bretn
manufacture. a.nt the Mills oianed lby Col.
J. N. WaLLIAMS ol Darlington District.
who, by the nay, is hiiinself iue of the
most surcessfnl laanters in the Southern
country. The price of the last named or
ticle is of cnurse somewhat higher thain the
fimsy Rlekinghamt aflair. but as it i, ith
heavy and durable. said fully capable of
snaiaining roigh usage, in the end it will
be foun-I cheaer #haan a lower piied arti
The llollidayshurgh (Pa.) Register
gives a long acconnt tire voungc woman
and six children ilho were lost twit iav
and nights in the wootds. in Clearfieht
county. Pa. On Wedateuday. the i3th
oil., a Miss Rebecca Ginter, accompanied
by six children, of frem 12 to 4 yenas of
age, went out irtol tIme wd(pis to gatther
hert ies. The day bring cuily, t hey soon
got bewildered and lost, anal sit once coin
meneed a fruitless attempt to n ai their
way omit All that diay thaey rambleda aout
but iighat cI .sedl ou therm, anal still they
were tam the waoods anad unprotcted. Otn
Thuruslay mnorning; they again comrarmencedl
their wanderings. It raininag fraom morna
ing in ntighat; to this incleament weather
they were exposed the wahile mar ahat day,
ami thrmaunghnaut the might tillowr.ing, witha
butt their snilnmer cloithing faor parotectimon.
On WVedlneaiday eveningat .earch fur thema
enmmeanced, an'd woum enntinuedl ibraaemut
Thlursdaay anmd Thurottay aight. Ott Fri
day nmorning Manline twio ir three htutndled
persons mem uad (mnrned a line a --sweepa
the mountain," and ilhey tiound thei listh
party haa.mldled tuogeiher uniter u saori of
shelter which the rinng woan lada mtadei
with bro~ken bir~aches oaf hushes, &c.. for
their promtetion. Ina their extremity she
ad s:;ippledl her owna persoat to lfaardl re
er to ilie oif hter little enalmiann. (a c-hildl
of 4 years ala,) which was ne-ar paerishing.
They were all in the last stage oaf ehausm
tiota, andl mutt inevitabaly htave perishead if
relief land not beeni aforded that aday.
Indeent Puining.-A cnne of some
interest sn-a yesterday tried ina the United
Stntes (ouira for mhina districl. It w a.-t
nctonl to contscaate a case aof iioking-glas
es, and tree cases of toys claimeid by
Mesrs. l-orpy & (.'aik, then imporatrere.the
griund of iae cimia,eationt thai the salami
invoice laa beean made tao cover ma parcel
of itndecenat atnd obascene primats. It womild
seem that tie 28th secti n aof the Tariff
Law of 1d12, say tat --tho impoartmaiou
of any tobscente prinal, paintinag, liahozernph,
ran~parentcy, or engravin:. is her-ehy prao
hiitd, and no invoice or paakage whan'
ever, or paart thereof, shmall be nditted to
entry in which any such articles are coair
gined an-l all itnviees anal packagesa in
which any such article shall conmnse a
la, are hereby declared to he liable tn
be procededl against, seized anal fatrfeite-d
hv due eaaurse of law, andi the sad araicles
shall be forthwith destroyed," In thec
present case, ilhe articles seized lby the
Cllector were nine snaut hoses, whaich
hail flsei. bottomsmin i the iterior of whmich
there were painted figurem too grossly in
deceni to be exhibit-4 in thte comart. They
were broaught from Germany in antt invoice
of ther commodities, in the year 1812.
For the defeat. it was cwantendled that
the od'ensive articles were merely itnuf-.
boxes. and not paintings; that th'y hand
been ordered before the law prohihiting
such articles bath been passed; atal that if
all paInating of figures of a simnilar enrac
cr were Prohi aited by the Coma, the coo
otry wsould1 lose somne oaf the best spieci
meat of the flue arts.
In opposition to mlhose points, the Coutrl
eharged that the articles came~f unquesttltlt
. mbly within the denwtminatioe af the Ilas.
-being sadmitted on all banals to be baoth
f indelicate and obascene, that they were
proaetoeoffesiie to modesty and inju
.:es.to meams. which were pointed at in
the act of Congress, and wnether they
were executed on canvass, paper, wood
or metal. were alike liable to the peual
ties of the statute,
The Jury, %ithout leaving their seats,
returr.ed a verdirt rounfscatin- the whole
of the opoids to the United State..-N. F.
Imnportant A reest. Anlrew Boell. a
nortous isrglar and counterfeiter, has
hee'u arrested in Ciocinatti. lie had
been clowely watched for the lost 6; weeks
aud iaud mo-yulds Ior running silver in hii
posessiuu when atrrestel. The recorti" of
the west can lroduce lew nire hairdened
and dangerous villians that, ill. lie
directed lte operations ol Warrick, .ladi
sn, &c., the ievoes %'Iln k ere lanigtd
in St. Loui- 11 or 14 itioniths ago, atd i,
frequently tmsentiuted ins their conces-.im-,,
u-ll hase been in eustody at various fimles
in New. Orleans Philedelphia andl New
York, for hou glary ndll count. ricitair; and
it is said ie h is niw cotnrealed in this ci:y
up% ard of hlif a bushel of fake keys. A
few w eeks -tce lie shipiel ,everal wtus
and ltellnrs down the liver to exchunge
for gowl nmuney to hail his sn.a.notuoriuus
pickpiockc who is now in prison.
The Christian .",abbah.-The Sot iet>
for prosnatingv, the dose oltser toince olf tte
lord's any. heIld their la ttontily me,,et
ing in tite Wentworth-st. Bapti-t Church,
on S-utday ereoinj. Oct otber th, tlhe P osi
deut, John lobins-eou. E.sq.. Ii de -'hir.
The exercises were coneeced with an
approplaaie. hyn and prayer oy the Pa..
I.t", ~:e Rev. lr. Curtis. Addre.ses aere
th-n anode in sure-sbin by the! Ieverund.
ilessr.. Gilersleeve. Ferrell, and itern
nell. The audience was large and atten
tive; anI there is reason t- believe that
the Suriety hats cnt lahnred n vain, nor
spent its strength for nought, in that cau-se
which it seeks to prtoiore.
fore the close of the nieeting reso.lu
tions were introduced. und unanaianusly
adopted. proposing t- lite frieds oaf eit
Sabbath in diirent parts co the State. it,
appoint Delegates to meet in Conveniion
to tie hel.1 in Coiluntbia. during the session
of lite Legislature, and referring to tle
Executive Conititve of the Soiciety. its
tmake the prelitiuary arrangeieits. and
issue a Circular to, thati effet. Il nirord
unce with these reolitione, the fxen-tive
Commieitiee have had a Iieeting. and have
agreed upotn their Circular, which will lie
isaute1 as early as prcticible. We notice
it in advance. th.:t the friends of the Sal.
bilhh may have the snlject uwiler consider
niint even be fore they %hall teceive the
official propoosiiauu, and he prepnr#ed to act
in the prtuuises.-Churlston Obserrer.
.abbath breaking and Intermperunet.
We learn frout the Carbotindalc itlte,
that a shoking death occurred abtoul fitir
utiles be-low tat village, on Sinlay the
10th ult. Two men %%ere driving furious
ly towards Carbond.ale in a driuien frolic.
when one of ihemi, named Galghlier. fel;
rromt the ' agon acnd c-etnght hi- lie-aid itl
wheel in snch a uanier. tlet he receive-d
a blo'w frot every spoke ;s it panted teound.
The j gular v-tn wais severed. nid th:
face 'resiiahnhy ttuil.aed. The murvivor
was fined for drunkenness and Sabbath
A flume Thrust.-The Rev. Rotw land
liill wats cele-tirated for his talent. his bold
n.-.s, his pi.tly, And a6 cnsc ientlionees
lic ooul never suppress his feeling, or
itoidify his laniatc. tlrouti fear ef ;iv
intg e'i.-ntce, a01 I was niev'er knowv nti oitt
nnc oppreo tuniaty ofil alustrating a setiet.
or adrinistering a dtese'rvuel re-pruof,
hnwe-ver ean h-trr-t-ie . it mnight hireeve to
uidividtual- wheo muightt tzhaen to lie pe
.aii. It is relitedt ef this goiod ecceenric
tpreahe'., bhat ott oe necatsiion when)
ea ki.eg tot the sint at tendieant itpoan d~re-s.,
awtl clarityit all :h--. f.ishiouiabtle foo
eeries eif ste day~. lie oiservedl:
--Ica well aware manoy oryeiu are rea
.1) to sty. - Mr. Hill1. look at hioese-liok
.cn yer own wife.' It is all trite, look at
hert(J7' there ahe is; aned then a pplying
imwnbl tIo :ier, 1.; te tr~esece tof jjatifco
:ret~ieee, he ..l, wui t aunishin'g eite.
- Oei know. \1 rs. 11II, I havec oftent poiwi
ted ult tre yrec tte silt andi felly ofr peur-.n
ing extravug.m,:e a stten youn cuild relieve
soa mantty of yur ellos e r.-aturfes- intpac
of wasting yosur mioney in this a ay!'"
A Depulting Btshmp.-A correspon
detnt If the Roichester Demtioirat states that
the liisheop of Toeronto is a default--r to
thte :camount of e52.00d The nstiicey hail
buen eutrusetedl to bten for the Iienef~it oif
Trhe tcilveeir rat I luion isao
de~taedt-r :ea .ce .tnteut't ultU10.00: the
Collector at Brockville also to a consie
A Capital SLTor3 --A gooed story is toldl
of J etdge T'apphan. oce aof the Ohio settators
tt Gtongress, us ho is cross eyeda;
-A etutmber, of years ago. he was jc:dge
of a newly orgumitted em'ir in the easateren
easrt ofl the Stjate. In thiese dayas oft prtm
itivo sinmplicicy, or pirehaps poiveety. thc
bur.roonac of a easern was us.-d 1us Colurt
roomt arnd thme stable as ia jail. Onie dlay
durtng che session ofthie Coturt, the Judgec
hadc oc casiten to seveaely repirietiand t wo eof
the lauyers, siho were ssrisugingz. An petal
custtomer wsho sat in onte corner, istetciig
teparenttly with great saltisfawtilt n the re
pirouf, and. presingtii on old argcnaii.ance
atnd the judlge's well kcnownt good httcor,
eriedc out. "Give it to 'ett old gictet
eye.. !" "W~ho wats thiat ?" itequiredi the
jeidge." "it was this 'erae aid huss." an
swreredl the chtap, raisiung hiinsaelfupi. Slier
ilT," obse-rvedl the Jutdge. with great gray.
ity "take that old hbiss and pu himz ini the
A Hintt to W*inae Drin~kers.- Aerording
to a Ijiueign j.uereal,. at tthe last siteinag of
of te jidges itt the Is-dtne of Jersey, itn
the course of a convereatiaon an the atuali
ty of wianes mtanlfnatureda in thie islatnd, it
woculdl appear that cechemitry has tmade
such raepitl preogress thtat wine is titu
me.le out 'of 411 kind- of vegetables. anda ats
a protef of this i-s, that there are 20)0 hier
reels eif wini'emar.tjfa coredl itt Jersey.auu
ally. withomut a paile oftgrape jiei
The hJosto.i Janmnal adds to the above
---A latrg eortiont or the wine drank in
this country. Cihatmpagne. Sherry. 1 ade
ira, or Clret,. is manufaerured by she
Vunkeee; anll although it contains n :oo4l
ly posion of alcohol. it is destitute of
grape juice. It is a vile and poisonous
liquor, and in itielf offers a strong inlluce
stent fir total listinence fronm all iutoxi
eating pma18 an1S."
EDGEFIK LI. C. II.
W), DN FDA.sY OCTUOSKn Id 14
Sliv teill ding to the Pillars of the Temple of
oar Liberties.and of it mustfall, re will l'erish
am18idst the luins."
JOHN C. CAL11OUN,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
Republican Conce'ntion, lu assemble in
May. 1844. as recomntended by the mates
of Maryland. lichigan, Kenturky. Lou
isi-na. .Vew Ilqnpuhire. Massachusetts.
A!ab'ima anid Mississis pi.
T In cetoii-qnenee - f the late- chinges in
tIhe Mails in a purtion of ths and the- adjolinitg
Di-tror-is. we.%- hae come ts a dtet--rmination. in
order tit furnishs enur subrbbers. generally.
with the paper earlier, ts change the day of
publication to Fridty. Onr advertiming pa.
tous are reietted to h-rd is their fJier, I Y
12 o'clock (n TI.ursday morniing.
JT The Court of Comunon Pleas and Gen
eml Senpios. of th;s Di-trict. adjoun-d on
Friday evening last, afler a session of eleven
Frost.-On Satusday teight Last -ne had a
hiavy freest, hich vie undrrstand las material
ly iejured the Cotton in the low grounds a
this distriet. which will cause the crop to fah
shorter then hetetofore nnticipated.
U F. A. Tradewell. was elected Tax CoL
lertor. of Richland District, fill Wedned-y te
I Ith inst.
97 James L Orr. 1-q. f At-dltsen. C. H
has purchased the miteriali- upon % hich 'ke
Highland Sntind, was pnted. end h1an tsu.d
a prospectus for pulibleiing a new paper. sider
tse title ofrte -- Anersa2n Gazrtte." TI'- Un.
tinel was the only advocaie the Wlig party
had in the upi er secijin of this State. The
Gu:ette. we understatnd. fremi the poroperinas.
w hich we h-aill 1tblisli next week. will advo
cate the lepbulhucan porinciples. and hoist tie
trnser o John C. Calheonn.
l7Thie Savanitnah Ge..rgian. of the 10th
inst...tite that r. Thioas 1) Rice. the Cim
s-rcial liter of that paper. died e-n olie night
pres ioni of ani ntuinek offevcr Ds this i-ira
tion eof Pru'ed ie-nce thse ( unnmrcial comnt
nity. miort- espr cially. has sustained a louis
which will be feverei) fe-t.
D' The Governoi or Georgin lea, arpoint
ed Fridany the 3d dly of, Noveiet nist, u.a
eay of hanmks.givinst. to be obstrved throm:ghona
thuat State, agree-ably to an act of the lrgie-:a
ht The Marun Teleg'raph states that the
Grs 11ppe or somnethuingt ele-e. has beens ve~ry per-*
valheut in and about city for 'everal wees- past.
hlimest every f-emily, ande in soume ittmi-ceii ex
ery inudivideani of it. lhave been attacked. Faive
of the permons heeblin.'it; tee thes Te lejtrsp ealie.
wvere duwii cc i:lh it at otne time. Ti.e dlie-e'ae
has been~m general. buat not ratal ina mauny cause.
atnd whecre Irelnlptly atred to, has becen
feaid quite ent.:geanble. The disease is non'
Yrfloso Fecr.-Ther Washlingtoun (N. C.)
Ipullireau, eef the 6th in-t., says:-" Thtat ti~e
Yellow F-ver iS in Washiing:on. secems to us to
he ielees longer to deny. Siome fewv c.ws
that hav- iecurred or laete s,-tale~s that poumet le
yeende comeradwhetieun. Wee thns werite shat omir
neiglheors may be iii pasisee.et ul all the Girl
ini the case. Although we are 1hus laiun, we
say at dme same time that mtuch ofrthe sicknse-s
here is noething umore thani the bilhione feve-r
Anid by way ofgiri'..' the whlse trusth. we cil
sw e that the-re was 2Ui deaths in this town from
the 31st of August teo the 4't lday of Ocietssr
i.st . -mmo.g the whilte popduilstion; the. se have
ale-i bee. ,on isf w deathis amtoog the negroes
Of the 26 de-athee 17. 3ec fe el warranted in as
seting, were of yellow fecer."
Tranessee Leg'islature.-Thsis hbody was or
iani-zede on the- 2nd inst . at Nashville. by elect
ing~ Josiah Me. Anedersons. L-g., of Masiont.
Speaker of the S..nuuue ; amid Ge-n. Danuiel I.
Barrenuger, of Beudferd. Speeake-r of the hiouse
f ie-pr..sentaives. John: Cieke. Jr.. i'f G.u
ger. Principsal Clerk of the Senate. and S. D.
Mitchell. of linwkins, Painucipal Clerk of the
gy The Alabama f-lag states thai Five Mil
lion six hundred andi fees iy thousand nme htun-t
dred and thirtieen dellars of the circutlationt euf
thme Alabama State Batik atnd the hlutville.
Decatur nnd Mobile Biranches, lhave becn de.
srioyed since the adjeurntmecn of the Legistla
Fire -The citizens ofl Newheern N. C.. was
aains visited by a ihestrnectuve fete. on the oomn.
ing~ of the 5th inst . wneichl des-tresye.d prope-rty
tee the amount of about 30.1100 doliatr. It has
not been aneeertaied, whe-ther it was thee re
suIt of eccidenut, or tihe cvus k of an ineediaey
Caba.-The 13.shtimuore sun .ays, that for a
dy or two pius, a raumoor has he-en prevnhet in
that city teat adlcie. of aim imspeortnt character
had beeni received at Weashiistoni.tee time eslfect.
that at the instanmce nf FEptero.thue late Span
ie-h regent. the British goverenent hethdideter
mted upon taking possessin of Coba, and
had actually taken aseasures to that end. TIhe
Sun coukd learn nothing to satisfy a beliefofit.
Marqlad.-Thc election in this SLwe took
place for lemtbers of tie Lrgislature, of& the
4th inst In Baltinmore. the Whiga elected four
of die five delegates, said have gained largely
in other parts. They are secure of a majority
in Loth bratiches of ithe Legislatue, which
gives theta the U. S. St stator and the distaict
ing U!l.e State.
E~rtI:on of Gerernor.-The npproaching See
siesll oi the bta:e Iegislatelle, tetetg the secoad.
accorohnl I(m to ann menmt us.Oe-P, would lend ill a
Caurm, to mneulntate our next Governor. But
timi go.n.t itans dity, at e mituke not, will lie
ommm 1 tios oaoer. There to a itori of inde
letnce e abrioad it the country which will ot
bult r d ct it.a.. An initicaioun of this feeling
waii eo piansly 'manlif-sted last season that it
wm0 n. t uon he torgotteni. The fact is, recent
e. it - h:i e convianced us mI:t the constitution
of ti.4 .1te 'heioild be so moterel as io ::ive the
I.cion uf Goerior to the People. We be
liel e a very latge t-jtilily of the people are -
de-irmta.i thot se-ha a change should take place.
and as ne pr ules to lie Vepaelmicans. we cannot
smaowi any oeitwnaable ar.ainhenm against the
iolOWar %ute f..r Goverreur being the Constita
r:n:mal one. We have not leisure mo extend our
semarka on this anject tin. A ill take another
oplperi..ity t.) ensitir imvore fully into the dis
cmstpiusn -1 /rrase Ca:ett.
We heartily concur with the Gs:erte, int the
ab oe proposition, as we bate been long since
clonviniced. that the liue Repalicaa Mode of
elec'ing all..fficers, who were to serve the peo.
ple at large. was by mencas of the ballbor, and
not thrungh our Delegates, a huem we send to
replesetl the wants of our Diistricts. amid not
to hold cascares, or make Gotermors to suit
te fanci-y ufla few inidviduals. We have no
deoubt that i annjority of de present member.
are, ero this satisi,d that an alteration in our
Contitution as regards the Governot's electior,
is desired by a large bod.Jy of their conAiituenuts.
Erplosion and loss ofife.-The Albany Jour
xal of the -ith most. states that a powder mill, at
High Falls. about 7 miles we t fron Catskill.
was blowa tip on the afternoon preiioms about
5 o'clock. These were six perosons in the build.
ing at the ime of the explosion, all of whom
were blown to atoes I Some 300 kegs of pow.
der are said to have been in the mill when the
accident occ -rred.
IE7 The Sm. Au;asti no- News of the 7th inst.
contains the finbowing account ofdepredations
committed by a gangof runaway negroes, up
on the unprot--cted settlers in Flouda:
S-r. Aiocevryxu, Oct. 7.
Ilanaway Negrors.-Marder and Rohery --
The seven tegruce v% ho runaway from this ci
ty :sowe time aim e. and made their way south
at a piiosm boat. have been conamatting murder
and joiundering the settlers on the coast. We
think it lath tome the authorities at Washing.
ton hunld rcuio-r to out exposed sea-board that
protect..n which it so earnestly demands.
,%hooeld these negrtoes succeed is reaching the
liaho.sma 1-lands. they shold be immediately
d.-manded by. our Government.
John lienr) Geireen. is the name of the on
f-omute being who fell a prey to the oudaws
nmenttioned bejuw. lie was anativeof Germa.
toy. and arrived on the ciast of Florida in Jan
t.y inst. itn lte s -hr Wm. E. Bird, from New
Vork. He .:tt hs wife i:. New Yo.k. and had
with him toaoclitdren. a girl and boy.
Tee aolloweg is an extract of a letter re
cri%. d its this .-aty. dated
TAUPA BAY. Sept. 30. 1843.
I at on: yn., in ni% last about the negroes who
a-n a%%aam troan tt. Aum:onsane. I have now
hater and ieplurable news to ceonmunicate. It
asppe.rs that hke negroes have gone ad far south
as t.pe i lorida. as they etneavoreol to rob
the sotters on the .iiami Kive-r, bit were tmade
to retresot 1-h,-y thee crosed over the bay to
Kev i-ca.e,r. :tnd were feolkiwed by the
se.a tes-t..y (d.e egresA) lost imog laded, hid
.mheir tao..; . .eodmoj - too ..d~ thmeor retreat to the
mhoick mo.agroave bahamucks ''m thme Key. One
..I tise wreck-ao whmo visitedo Key I8:se'syeee
aboiut .t tortni;i.t toince. dioscovo red taao-ltilda en
na.oked andl nta/-trved, nnJ .a? infoamed by
alwme-oa st liVe- negro-es had been the-re antd
i.mnaeereC t:eir loo~e oaf every thing. somte
dava. smeae. t aie thetr father was soent on
thae hmeh ti-hminag; that: on theo retnrm of their
Inalher to the houste. theoy tuinfod hinm of the
f(rm. and~ he enoaediotely started ion pursmuit of
te nearue-s. teut tatat ane had lot beent lontg .b
se-nt rlr they h.-ard the report oh two gl''ts. ad
Ion repa*oirit.g '-. time spot. rounod that their father
l.:ul hoe-en killei andic iin. bo ay moutslated. The
eaoildaeo are now a tohuism Key, havinig been
armta.vteh the-re by the wreckor.; Thns affair
hiatt cc e s cd gtcat alarm amongst the settlers on
L~oss of the Amer ea ist em FrigatC Missuri.
--Thoe Gmbrattr Lhrea.o&e contaoins mIte follow
imog uacconet rif the lotem, ut thtustpiera Frigate.
to3 fire. ott mse ntight oofthoe 2umth of Atsgust last,
at hialtt so:ling at anchor in the bay of Gibralt r.
- - We regre~t to itave to anoonone the total
des,.rneoto. lvy tire of thet asplendaoid :moericant
ute'am ftmga m. -ioeii. who?. a; antch~e in this
h.o. ont .".aamlay wee-i. attit 1ion. Mr. Cmush
inmg ont biard for Alexzaudria,ea reste for Chiaa,
-- TIl.e tir e originted in thoe Enmgineers roomn.
.mad theo popgens eof the ihmes was so rapid,
that ii becameo n-c-e-ary to Sood the awo maga
Eaoses. whmis was done so elfectuamlly, that it
was not unotil 7 htoura arter that tany explosion
took piare, anod theno mnot to an extenat to en
dan;;er thte shop ng in thoe hay.
-As esoon as te fire broke ant. thee governor
turtlered thte Waterop-ort gate to be opened. and
peroceeded hoimsei to the whart'. frot whence
tie dteoipmoched two enr.em utnder the chat-e of
the airtil-ery and sappers; but on spite ofthe
ooniteml efforts oaf the eorew of the Mlssonri and
.er fr-iendhy saxiliaries. the progres'of the
liomes taltich at one tame appeared to have
been, goot unoder. wtas such. that: at lenogth Capt.
Noewtn was forced to .thandon his ship, after
ioummotoning a cunneit of his eown officers and
those British ohfi- era sbout him. who untani
touttly decided there was no hope in raving
m- The A merican Ministe'r anaer seuring his
papers of imuportance. remurmned to the ship,
amid z,-alomusly tuited his exer-tions to those of
--rToe -i~ht was a-vfuolly grand; unttil the
nmots ni length feil overboard, tracermy of her
.aars aid tobronds otanding out in bright relief
osainst Ote dark sky was heanatiful.
-We Irest it will not be considered pre
sumtptouos to refer to thme diaciplhine ont board
thi< all hat- d vessel. which is getnerally aeouited
to hav.: ten tauoet admirabie: the several ear
deroewere given amnd obsoerved as if the vessel
hado liven ito p.-rfect safety, andi nmothing had ac
corr-h to excite alarm or confusion."
('aptrain Ne wton. ino his oficiah ieport to the
S.-reaty of the Nary. leives the following
sccounit of the ianner in whicho the seeident
' ocurred, frotn the mestimony~ of three of the
..John Suattoon state:-About ten minutesten
8 o'choock. I went in the starboard Engineer's
store rooim, wimh a ghoobe lantern, to et a pair
of beam scales to weigh coal, which thy were
hat that timea akiug in;i in gettimg dows tie