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CORILaR CENTRE AND MARKET sTREETS,
HAMBURG, S. C,.
H AVE just received, and will continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles,.whik they offer to their friends and
the trade, at the low-est market prices -
-30 hhds. consisting of St. Cioir, Clairheld,
Porto Rico and Muscovado
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
O bais Old Goverwneut JavaCoi'ec,
0 do. Au-ustura
125" choice Rio
I Bale MochS .
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dusidee: 44 to45 iich;,
250, do., -Kentucky, (heavy) 44 1t 45 in..x
50 do.- Tow, 45 inch.
125 do. Gunny. 2J iier yard, 45to,47n..
100 du- Georgia & CoroiinaA.94-5 i
SUO coils Kentucky-tVpr
50. do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute do.
20 lihds. Triuidad Molasses
25 bbls. New Orleans. do
50.000 pounds trou, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, Germanan Caster& Cast Steel.
BACON & bALT.
30,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks S~alt,
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25 do Windsor do
10 .do Cane Seat,
2 do Childrens, do
2 do Boys, do
2 do Offices, do
2 do Rocking, do
1 do Nurse. do
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
3 do 10.4 do (weighing 7 lbs. to the
A good assortmefit of Bed Blankets from
10.4 to 12-4.
1.000 yds. Washington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assor ted Sizes
30 Kegs 1IF Dupont's Powder
-10 -do Blasting do
20 do Eale,dporting, do
~000 lbs ure~ No. 1, N. Y. Union Mlills
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gun pow
-der, Hjsonaand Imperial
6 Cases Catt.ees,. ~" ,..
1 Chest Black Tea -"
20Bbls. fresh Rock Lime.
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnamon, Nutmega,
*Indigo, Saltpetre, Blue Stone. Copperas,
. ShioeThread, Snuff, Cotton & Wool Cards,
LBrass u.~id. Buckets, Painted. Buckets,
Tulis'Chns, Keelers. .Willov Wagons
and C es Washboards, Cocoa Dippers,
Clothes Pius, Brooms, "Wooden Bowls,
Washi Stands, Bellows; Rakes, Scythe
.Snfids;Coffee Mills,SosipTalkov & Sperm
Candles, WagonBoxes; Measures,: Saddle
-itons, Windorr~ Glass,/Starch,. Pistols, To
~bacco, (brindstones, Osuaburgs, Trwine, Cas
tings, Boots, Shoes, Wool HatsRiceClothes
-Baskets, Almonds, Bearakins., Mackerel,
Mustard, Finth Chains,. Lamnp Oil; a choice
article of Chewing Tobacco; Viniegar, Bexes,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Mpulds, Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choco
late, &c., &c.
aWANTED-10.000 lbs~ BEES WAX, for
eAvhich cash will be paid.
Hamburg, July 23. :f 25
atteof South Varohna.
.. DGEEFIE LDEDISTRTCW.
lbertK R'une, ,Dearaioinv
P. H .<o-ncy. Auamexe
H~ lE Plaintiffin te albov'eastated case,
U.having this day filed tiii' Dilaratisinsen
my;Office, and the Defendant having i'o..wife
or Attorney known to ~reside witnin the. mits
of the State on whom acopy of the same wita
a rule to plead can besserved;.'"Jtis therefore
Ordered" That the Defendantapppr ind pleadi
to the sam.e within-a--yeat andaday fom the
late hereof or final an~absol ajdget will
.awarded'against h 'D *.s
'IIHOMAS G.BA N r.
k's Officc,22d Nov. 1844.
Dr. 1Wanentys Pims.
RANDRETH'S PILLS by cleansing
tthe.Blood from all impurities, gives
power to every organ to perform its funrtions
healthily ;.no matter whether externailly or in
ternally situated. Nature has formed the how.
el forhlie evacuation of all unhealthy humors
of the blood, and if man would use but com
mon sense, he would-take care that they per.
formed this office faithfully.. If the bowels are
out of order. if too slow, or too fast, a few do
sesof BaANDRET 's PILLS. willbring
them to order. Ask the man who was dying
from constipated bowel. what cured him; he
tells you Brandreth's Pills. Ask him who has
had 'the dysentary for six months, and every
remedy- had failed ;- he tells yon. Brandreth s
Pills cared him in a week; So with other dis
eases.. Twelve Brandretb's Pills rubbed down
in half pint of molasses, cured a htle boy of
an ulcer ofthe face which was rapidly spreding
Io his eyes, and which a dozen ioctors hai tried
to cure.-but could not;-the poor parents would
have given half they were worth to have had it
cured, but evety thing they tried-did no good,
unatil they Rave it a ten spoonful ofmolasses ev
ery day. in half a pint of which they had rubbed
*dowjL- twelve Brandreth's Pills;. before the'
whioleof the molasses was taken the ulcer was
cured.'.And yet somen foolish jieople call Bran
dreth's Pills a quack nedicie. It wonld be
well if these were a few more-sch quack med.
icines. Will all your pretended Sarsaparilla
Compdunds. (or Lozenges. or Salves, cure like
the Biandreth's Pills ? Can they send you to
persons cured as Dr. Brandreth can? Can
they point out to you people who had been
helpless for years from Epilepsy and St. Vitus'
Dauce, who have been cured by their remne
dies? ..f they.cannot, Dr. Brandreth can.
Cain tileypoint out to you a person who for
twenty years had rever. hd a siool without
havmg used medicine, or ineehanical means,
and whom the - Brandreth's Pills cured in a
month, and gave him as healthy evacuations
as he-had when he was a-child I
OTThe Pills are sold at Dr. Brandreth's 0f
fjce. 41 Broadway, N. York. Also,:by Bland
& Butler, Edgefield C. H.; S. D. Clarke 4 Ce.,
Hainhiirg; J. S. 4 D. C. SmyLej. Meeting
Street; 1W. At. Colenan,-New Mat ke; ffhilock
Sullivan W4aller, Greenwood; L. D. Alcim.
man. Cokesbury. .
-Aug.27 5 31
The ScientiO.eA.-mericiin I
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State of South Carolina,
C. J. Glover, )Declaration in
vs. Foreign Attach
James H. Haraison. ment.
The Same, Declaration in Foreign At
the same. tachmenit.
* 41E Plainatiff i' the abovetated cases hay
king this day' filed his declarations in my
office, and the defendanits having ino wife or at
torne~ s known to be within the limits of this
State, on whom a copy of said declarations
with a rule to plead can be sei ved: It is there.
lore ordered, that the said defendants dno plead
to the said declarations, withitn a year and a
day from the publication of this order, or final
and absolute judgment will be awarded againast
them. T HOS. G BACON, c. c. '.
*Clerk's Office, Oct. 31, 1844. ly 41
- .LreSpanish(W. 4. HI.
1M:Spanish (L Valedos)
J0OM, do (R. P. M.) - .
5 M.Imperial.Regalias, ("Venus.'')
Just received, and for sale by
SIBLLY & CRAPON.
Hlamburg, July 3.,1848 tf 26
rToofthe- monst- desirabi'
- tors.Rooms-in the, village oh Edge
'1'field,-datiblb for j~yGoods. Merchant Tailor
iiinaitey. M' FRAZIER.'
Dr. Bethune's Discou-re-An Elogueni
Passage. We have L-e0. favored bpy tht
puolishere, says ii- United states 6a
zete, ith a discourse on the duty of the
patriot, as recently delivered by ile Rev.
fr. beuune.~ It contauins many eoqueam
and stirritig passages, and we regret that
we have not room for copious extracts.
The following, however, is too forcible and
comprehensive to be onined:
Ours is now, with the exception:.of
the tussaiand the British (it, inideed the
passage of the Reform ball was not an or
ganic chuge,) older than any monarchial
governunent in christeudom. The in
crease of our population from less -thfi
three Inillions to twenty. in seventy years,
aauliplies many times any . ormer exai
pie; yet, notwithstanding the enormous
migratou to us from various cuutries,
here free principles are unknown, our
wide lanu has more than enough room for
all:'growth in numbers has been a chief
ise of our gron t: itl wealth,. and or
laws, stroug as they are liberal, have
proved themtselve5 auffieient to compose,
maintain, and rule all an coucord,- prosper
iry and power. You will-search in vsin
for another example of a vast nation gov
erned, wathout troops or armed polie, by
their own will. It is not fiveyears since,
that our people spread over an imtamense
teiritory, after a contest iniwhich 'he ut
most enthusiasi. excited both parties,
chatnged their rulers. Yet not a bayonet
was fixed nor a cannon pointed, nor a
baruicade raised, to guard the place of
suftrage. The -ballot, falling noiselessi4
as the snow upon the rock, achieved. theu
resuIt. Within the last twelvernouth, the
stupendiodi~ process'has been repeated as
peacably aid salely. Each of the roit
politicil sects, which divide the popular
vote,-.liats triomphed and been beaten.
bltidh there, has been. to censure in the
haarsh recrimination and unfraterual big
utry-on ether side; and when-the decision.
was reached, thougn ine long-rolling
swells which succee dd the stim 4.id nOt
at once su ileau CrOt6trIrreiTWINO'
violent partisan mla) have betrayed his
vexation, the surface became calm, and
the noise soon died away. Every true
patriot, submissive to the oracle of the
poll@, whether nisdom or error, said in
lis heart, God bless the People !"
The Sailor and his Bride. -The Bus
tou 1'ranseript tells a good story, in which
a vrnerable and lamented pastor of a
Baptisi efurcli and an houe,t Jack Tsr
and his wife were tfae principal actors.
T he sailor with his chosen partner went
to .be house of Dr. -, to bet married,
and were accordingly -made one' with all
the soletmnity proper to the occasion. At
the couclusion of the service, Jack told the
Doctur that he understond that ,evenly
ive cents was the lawful lee, but that as
he had'a a brasa cent to bless himself
with, he should defer payment to a more
convenient opportunity, adding a promise
that he would honestly pay the minister,
with one proviso-that if his.wife proved
to ,e a good won.an and a true neldinate,
fae should reward ham generously for the
'- sping.' but if she turned out "to he
good fhr mioth tug," the minister would not
hear froin fim again.
Dr. - was so uinch pleased with
the strainght forward manner of the tar,
that he drank his health and that of his
bride in a glass of wine, and saw them
depart with a fatherly blessing. Time
passed awa), and the Doctor had almost
forgot:.n ilie circunistance of the wedding,
when one day a cart was seen to stop at
has door, and a matn began to untload and
deposite in his house a whole cargo of
leumons and oranges. The Doctor had
not ordered ifhe frutt, antd he forthwith pro
ceeeeed to stop the process .of delivery.
Tihae itac aflirmaed that all was right; but
when the Doctor persisted there must he
s..ne mistake, the man asked him if he
remembered having married such a cou
ple at such a time.
Tihe question renewed the Doctor's rec
ollection, and he at once knew that the
honest tar himtself stood behore him.
"is's all aight said the sailor; " l told
you if my wife proved good for any thing,
I wouldl not forget your lfee She oats
proved as good a ship as ever put out: otn
theses of mantrimnony. You may as well
take in the cargo, and savo your thanks
for the sailor's wile."'
'Editoa iat, independence -The Editor
of a Newspaper has frequently been cotm
pared to the matn with an Ass, who neither
iny walking or riding, leading, driving, or
carrying, could please the people whom
he met on the road. till in a fit of fury, he
threw his Ass into the river, and ~then, to
be sure, every biody wsdelighted with
the frolic. -The similitude is a very just
one, and .ibough soume follis may thinka
thatrin the case of an Editor, the-sooner
the man throws away the Ass the better,
this is an antiquested maxim, and it much
6itener happens in this etnlighiened age,
that the Ass. fings-the man, and jogs o:2
by.hitmself, along ibe beaten patha whicli
Asses- have trodden since the creation,
atnd whicha.they will ,tread, to the end ol
the world-the path of' drudgery, duniinest
and servillity.. Nowj that it is far mce-1
politic~roren. Editor .to play~ tiie Ass th'
theinan, is very eviuetnt, fromt the fat
thatitheformer has a miuch greater chanci
~i)t please they public then -he lister :-ii1
if ee-wtill-qoJl peirnit every fool: to list
and eyery.,blockhead to ride him, he. miaj
do whatever he likes beside, he may-tram
pie upon e ry thing. provided be wi a
every bodgjrample upon him. Now a
ithn As Wilf patiently submit, to all thes
indaignitie~fand-tlhe man to none of them
e- mugi ven fight his way as peaceabl;
as tiecan,,tirough a .world of oppositiou
Yetlerribleas such a life of coufle mum
hie, be hasnoihing to do but to march lul
onward in. q,.straight direetion, to bea
don .ewvery)ntagonisi-before him; for ii
a ight line,seen if he be a piginy, h
will be-ini.n'cible;. but if he decline ii
be'leasi frongihe integrity of his path, 6
the one haQniiofr the other. though he be i
eant, hefif~jin an instaun' and his ene
mies fallgoor-hut they fall upon him
and a Shi in a storm might as well ap
peal-to thp. mercy of the winds and tho
waies, af Editor of a Newspaper erl
for quarter-Wien -he is on ground which ii
not. h 'xhe truth is sin., ply this, aut
wee have hldg ince -discovered it, that it it
no morei luy of an Editor to pleast
everybodyatn it is his interest to pleas(
nobody, an e^ has only to consider whoa
he .will plea e.to decide whether he will
be i man 66A on the highway of the
LATER FROM EUROPE.
From Winer Slitrs Europ. Umes Aug.19.
The NiieAmerican Miniser..-In out
last publication we noticed the arrival ol
his Excellednti the Hon. Louis I'Lane
in Loudou *Since he reached the British
ntroolis r. M'Lane, nut having been
able io con aid a suitable residence, has
been atays 'i.Thomas' Hotel, where he
sill Oi the 5th inst. he was
priisifiele Fuoreigu Minister, the
Earl ofAeen; and in the 8th he at
teaded.l inghiam Palacer where he
delivd i ":redentials to. her Majestyl
and Was moitgraciuubly and even kindly
received. Mr.. M'Lane was present in
his pilace initie-Houie of Lords, amongst
the corps- d mutique, .on thie occasion of
tihe pu on- of. Parliament by the
uiu-n.ff s=irinig Minist .Ev
he first arrived, and ie leaves ilt the re
gret and the esteem -of all. the parties who
have had occasion to come in personal
contact with hiu. ' The netw Minister bas
this great. adtantage over most of his
predecessors-tlat lie nas fillen the samte
high office at the British court before, and
is personally -iud faqpilarly kiown to all
the leading inembers not only of the Gov
ernment, but ol the Opposition. indeed,
since his appe rance in London, he has
been waited upon and aeceived the con
gratulaisons of many distnguilied mei
bers of the arisioci acy, whoi kew bimz in
a similar capacity some twelve or four
Iren years ago. This kindly feeling to.
wards the new Minister has hound expres
stor in comphwentarv notices of his ar
rival in most of the daily and \neekly pa
pers. The Represeunntive of the Amiter
ican Governmenat enters, therefore, upon
ihte discharge ol his onorous duties under
circuistances. in a personal point of
view,-the most favorable that can be con
ceived. That lie will acquit himself to
the satisfaction of his countrymen we fer
vently hope and believe. He has a diffi
cult game to play-clear heads and wily
diplomatists to contend with. The stakes
are worth the exertion of all the intellect
the ablest statesmen can put furth, and,if
the new Minister can bring the Oregon af
fair conclusion-if le can justify the great
nation be represents, and the .linisiers
with whom he has to drive the bargain"
ie will deserve, and %%ill questionless re
ceive, ine highest imeed of approbotion
and honor which a free people can bestow,
or a high and. honorable ambtitton aspire
TPie Produce markets continue active,
andi on the week's business West ludii
Sugars have advanced fully is per cwt.
The deliveries continue large, while the
arrivals are comparatively meagre. Al
present in Ihe London market the stock i
only about.2000 bhds. and tierces in ad~
vance'of last year. Nearly 3000 bihds
and tierces were sold this week in ihe
metropolis ai the improved rates. Thi
markets present a. firm appearanice, an<
the grocers buy liberally, aiid prices havy
si n upward tendency. A good deal
s peculaiion is gomg on in the primary at
tidles of produce, which. is one reason
ibe firmness wshich exists. The deman<
for Mauritius Sogar has also beeni consid
erable at higher rates, and the stock
which at one tine was large, .is rapidl:
declimaig. For East India Sugars ther
had also been considerable inquiry, an
the advance .has been from 2s. to 3. pe
cai. This is owing to the stocks htavin
fallen so low-much below those of th!
corrsponingperiod inst year. West li
daCtefully maintains the quotations
and the stock on -handis below that of Ias
year. East India and foreign Coffee ar
looking up. Rico is rising from a sup~ose
deficiency in- the potato crop in som
parts of the country.
The Cotton marketi ii will be seen,
tolerably. steady, with a rair demand, at
cthe prices of last week have . been full
'maintained. --Indeed, on.so'me ol . til
more common- descriptions .of Aineric'
a slight demand has..staken, place. Tj
mnarket on. -Saturday and yesterday wl
quiet, asithe news of thh steamner had ni
much app~arent uieet upoan 't~ On
f6rmer day the -alea -amounted -,o#U
bahige, g'esterday~ ahiouy 4000,. . I r e~ ha
unidergonet a, change. .g..
M r.Jucref -Mr. veretuvilbadI
a cunsidereble length of time past illed
the post of American Mnister at the
a British Court, is on the point of taking
his departure for the United States on the
terminautin of has mission (b chib country;
and ine lon. Ueeleemian having made a
request that ortiers way be given for the
I free shipment, and Without examination,
r of has effects on board a vessel bound for
a BoSton, the Lurds of the Treasury have
e given directions to the revenue authetities
to show Mr. Everett the respect Viiually
s given to persons of his rank in tie exami
nation of his private baggage and effects
on his departure frtiha this country.
. . - FRANGE.
Pant, Aug. 1-Dreatrvy dull has been
the political world oh Paris ever since-the
F close of the Parliamentary session; and
i accordingly, the newspaper scribes have
I been at their vit's ends for topics to write
i about. Amoug the subjects which Mes
i sieurs lee Journahales have amused them
selves by discussing the annexation of
i Texas to the United States occupies a not
I unimportant place. The Journal des
Deoats, the great Government organ; aid
the Globe, another Uovernsent print,
have, strange to say, made no comments
on the mnatit ; but alt the other newspa
perb speak of it as a great triumph to
American diplomacy, and a great check
to What they designate British ambition.
They also complain very bitterly of the
sad roLe theirown Governmetthas played
in The business; and they protest against
the ill-feeling towards tbe United States,
exbihited by the instructions given to ihe
Freuea Minister in Texas,' feing consider
ed as the general feeling o, the nation.
On in Oregoa qipestioni several of the
ne'wspapers have given articles, but with
out urging any tling new. La Presse,
however, which you day recollect 1 men
twiued some time ago, had declared a
against the piretenios of meiicith
Oregon territory. now s$ays that be has no
doubt that if the Ameri:an dovernment
ue fim at will obtain every concession it
uay choose to demand from England.
r.7,Iidi in4Presse, England,"so haghty
to turope. invariably cedes :e.ve-y-tnmg.
ta America .tbat America insistsu __
khe latest arrivals fron Clfina confirm*
tIre satisfactory itelligence previously re
ceived, that the Emperor of China .s
revokcd thu edicts agaitsnt Christianity.
fu time French embassador isdue.the hon
or of naving iuduced the great brother of
time sui and moon, first cousin to all the
stars, and uncle to the Gieen Dragon,.to
aatigate his severit) to tie Christiapfaith,
and has paternal edicts which direeted that
the WiSsiaries thereof should be chop
ped tntomaincemeat. Letters lately re
ceived from Freuchnien, in Chioa, repre
sent that .ne governmem has fahear into
great discsedit with the majority of the
staton for its ill success an the wat with
England-so much so. that its authority is
so enteebled that it can with difliculty
make itself obeyed. It is added, that the
Emperor ias becoue so very unpopular,
that, if any pretender to tie Grown were
tW start up. he nould be deposed; and it
is aflirmedf that more tirau one inijential
government functiounary has offered, to
the English authorities at Hong Kong, to
start as a pretender to te Ceinese throne,
in case the English government would
support him-an offer which,, of course,*
the Engltsh authorities politely declined.
Lastly, it is asserted that the national ex
checquer is all but emipty, and that the
Emperor. autwithstanding his relationship
with the heavenly bodies, cannot "raise
the winds." What truth there may be
all tias. I cannot say, but it is seriously
stated inl letters from China.
From Llhe N, 0. Piwyune. Sep. 2.
TWELVE DAYS LATElR FROM
The Meiican schooner Joaquina, Capt..
Gormez, arrived at this port yesterday
from Tatmpico, whensce she sailed on the
22d ult. She brought us neithiet letters
tor papers, but a goodly quantity oh rn
i mors- Our eveninig contmporary, the
Courier, was so fortunate as to receive a
.copy of the " Diario del Gobierno" of the
S12th of August. which is just'twvelve days
a later than, any paper from the capital
I -hitherto. eceived hsere.
a Fromt the sources indicated' above we
f learni that President Herrera has. been
reluctantly comnpelled so accept she resig
I nation of his late Misiisters, viz. Jh. G.
i Cuevas, State Department; Mariano itt
va Palacio, Justice; Luis de Ia Rosa,
,Treasury ; anad Garcia Conde,. W ar De
y parnment. This intelligence the President
e communicated to the Chambers on the
d 11th August, with expressions of- the
r highest. regard for- the talents. integrity
g and pasrinatism of the Ministry. No defi
e nite cause for the resignation-and its reluc
|taut acceptance is asstgned,s unless it, be
s, an allusion to '-existing difficulties." In
it the meantime, till lie can organize'an en
'e .tirely new ministry, he has appointed a
d pruvisiottal one, consisting of' Jose. Maria
le Daran and Juan Lutis Velasquez desLeon,
for the lport folios tof Justice and )3Var,
is whbile the :duties of both .the State.and
id Treasury Deparfments devolve. upen Jose
ly Maria Monnaterio. Through the. latter
ie functionary the. President comniunicated
in sthe change of Ministry..to ogress ! The
ie same day that the anonenf of the
gs change was mnade, the tficipl journal dna
6t tained a communication. frosm' Srganas
)O %iame of the' Presidsist ortbe. ab le man
vz n :hiich they b d disctagd thold
il e of tttfirsevefit dysiM~i
TN iuigdmta~ wiono
Yucatan fhr troopo, have reeiveden
uniform response-that if:Mexico cihoos
to engage in wa with ihe United-,t
she must bear the brunt of it,.that
entan a a Department .wouild.nor,1ont
ute any quoia. $.,broop hur hWj n
of her citizens eboose to volunteer
were. at libertyo do so.
Taking all the. above news into. consid
I eration war does not appear to be so im
minent. as, it looked some - week.'sine; 6
but the internal.4fairs of Mexico. judgi
by the glimpse at them which one papetg -
afftrds. are in a mpst interqatingand- .ed
ibal condition. We look for news.r0 i
that country with unwonted unxiey..
FROM CENTRAL AAIERIC
War ! War !- We. ari 3idbted
Capt. Pederend., of the John. K er
for a Balize (Honduras) paper.of the.16 ,
uli. By ifie annexed paragraph, i --
pears that war has broken., out between..", _
the States of San Salvador and Hondu
ras in Central America.
Our advices from the interior confident.
ly assert that the rong ihreaiened hostili.
ties between the States of San..a da
and Honduras have commenced. , a:e
mhala has supplied the formerwit.aoit
of arms and amunition, anditn1is. een- Z
said that Gen. Cabrera..a raising troops,
to aid them. -,, .e
The Government has issned a procla
mafib'n calling on all the male..inhabit.
an:s.oer the age of 14 years to sake tig
arms for their defence under penalyq
death.-Jour. of -Com.
Prom the Observer. Aug.
We learn by recent letters fromr~the s -
terior, that some distu.racehae
red in Yucalan and in Bacaligr,An ahiti.
fears are entertained of serique difficu ty
before the excitement iW allayed. neep
diarism has.shown its'elf in difereapi
of the country. and a eosiderable i
struition of property had idrea oci
rLate papers which 'we 'have recaA,
make no miention of the6ciicamn Wzes"
but *ftn we recole6hat the
prite4s resp.oaaj F
.0a a e o e
Dbj'ect of the.g n 7 eg u
press allisuch iformation.
NW OaLt.Efs, $ept.$3
Througl the pnlite autention.of..a com
niercial house of tiis.city 'wo ha ne-o
ceiv ed .hel'ario del Goierno eGo
ernment paper) of the' o1n1-,1i..7 co
tais. the odicial anuounceiniet of"t
election of deneral Herrira as Prde6t 4
if the Republic of Mexico.. There re "
twenty five departments in 10eie; 'of..
which the saccessful candidate must. re
ceive the votes of thirteen*-being.e qab
iolute majority of the whole. ft appears
that although full retorns bad not Ieen re
ceived, it was ascortained that Hirera -
bad alrdad) obtained the suffragesof thir
teen departmenits, and was consequently N
duly elected President. He will take
the oath of office and be inaugurated on
the 26th September.
The resignaion of the various Minis
ters, of-which we iade menti'on..yester
day, was purely the consequence of an
understauding with the President ad '
erimn wheu .they accepted office under
him on the 6th December last. The DiL' ! .
ario del Gobierno publishes Cuevas'' IttWfi ;y,
of resignation, in which that functionary
refers to tie agreement alluded to,:and - 4
and declares that he and. his confreres of
the cabinet are only., acting in conformity :
to the terms stipulated at the pdriod of the;,
organization of the new Government..0
The only referenco made tQwTexas i
thi communication is the lollowing i.
are are about to'commence a new adiijnA ?
istration, with the certainty tihatbth.
public is anixous for .internal gasqui~
loves and .respects the consiiAutisak.
thorities, and is res'olved to .isake every
sacrifice required by the war- which~i i s~
necessary to indertake, in consequence'o
the, iniquitous usurpation of tho.edejar a
ment of Texas."-Bee. - *
A'gentlemnan arrived here from Vash-~. .
ington, states that recent advices fra~
Vera Crtuz 'mention tharr tle chnrchesta
that place have been dismantled, and thai4.- r
thie inhabitantsaghave seatltheir vliuables' ~
into theingerior, mostly iogMggp. a T
ny of the *roufr of the bouses hiaye besa~
sanded'to ithe depth ofitwo.:orithire'ete~~
to save.them fromn theeffects ofa:o ..
hardment of the cit-y by 'the Americans,
which was confidently expected.g Th
sieamers Montqtima andGaudlpehad~!
been. sent dptfll rivet' ni, iseciarely- 'n
chored, to prevent their ca pcnre.; -
*Our inforniuilitates thitb6% S~W ~
of the li&PeityLiania.hieh
lying tL the nlaval anc
tin of herarmamentad crw o ix '' -
had beec-akenintojthedn i
as being too lurge for any sevceat pros- -
ent required of her.-Cou#ari,8i is" -~
- AsH :iLE, 9I.A-;
~Numbers ofs:wagaons pa hro
piaces daily - :,their wa y4,pn
.Caroiiniu T~:enesseedto prdenre aptsr
-ifecaip of faitarticlb in atlare~p,~aa.
oefSo69th Carolina- us entirelydejoL. .
An ideayjl i!Nf: tieletiuaoc
the. peopleswhin it isk
wagons'are sent- frq htuiel'
to tieo~ hundred ~iieO ft
:Statehand ~on. a n ee~~
dre-uoaintl rs cu Ii4a