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-~ Tt~nsepnbliSlted wouthly bt~ qr~artcrly, will
be clai p.~$E are.. Advertisements
not r~1ber of- inn sortions. marked
.ru.iheflui~WiU.bR continued uutil.oidcred our
-,o3iWiUtIjC~W~~~, POS! 1naid, ~vi II be prompt.
-j1*ud nlzficity4ntterlded to~
,DOBYBS~F, as 'ndidRt~ for the Le
~ ensUing ele~tiofl.
Jt~ 4wI '~y1 tf 2
* ~ OA~81i1IjtliOri'4eil in announce B.
~MIC~Y.*~~ u~di4$e for .~ho -Ligislatur
art tl~ cintflifl5 eicctiua~ JJ
~ '~~~Thefrierid5 of CiA Jofl% QAATIL
DpX )~c~.hltU zv' a candidate for the
I iti1~htflILCd to una6O nee
its a enadidaic for the oilic~:
j~f~I~a1&~PdUeetor at the iltXi e1eCiifl~
Wjie-Wrionds cifEDMUYD Moaitis,
as acaiuilidate for ilw
- ~ ~ at the nexte1~CtiOhi.'
* ~ ,*'4,~b*,,* ..,~
lLcyl~cp of t'a~,Z C4it1eettk~1fl the new' ele
~~'i'hef4erWO of Maj S C Sco'ri
ennnaWflPo hrr~V~i canididate for tax
GolleCtot at jie ensuir~~ election,
Novb. tf 41
are titiilini~~ed ~O UtiflOUflCC
as-a candidate lint the
Office of Tas Cgli~ctor at thc oewt eleCtiOn.
PeIr. 26 ie- - - -
rib ~jje~i4J1d~j)enf1ent V6ters ot
EdgefieldDlSt ict~ !
.'Pctlat4i GjII7AflS :~(.~ontrOry to the ;tnl
vice end'wi14W~'tnf my friends I oiler my.
s~l( awn Cnrdidate for the oflice of T~
toUector~.afltl solicit your suflia~es. tt
erected, which I do iron expect no be. I will
v1ichar~ejIie duties o~'rli~ ojlice to the best
of-my abilities. ~hCOLLOtJGlI.
September 10 die
Brought ;o the Jail
Djst~t1:n negro mutt
~.nys hia. nn;trrie is
~M~GE~ftUE, atnd that lie hiNn:gs
1.~in-M~. John Summers, or New
beny ~istrrci. ~aiil f.till~w.., is
~1~iljouttiv~, reet; nine nod a hi1l~
inches higlr,'bdi%'ePO 2:3 stint 2~ years maf
~ge' and' very hark comjrlecterl. Be is
lpme'iit hIs left a~bcle, arid Iris right hip is
bat of plncein~ l~as evcral scars~nrs his
left band winch &9fiy5 was cnt~scd by a
~bing1o rnachine,.afld also a sniall scar
over h,~.1eJi eye. lie says ho runaway
- 'Che owner" ~1uesied to come f~t-i
~ prove property. pay charges iued
adks~bl~i awny, otherwise lie will bo dealt
,~I-ttio~litW direcis. -
C Ii G00)MANJailOr E. D.
San.281846'' tf - 1
T *~aWii*orm my friendg that I have
~v&a nly Store to the large !iid
s~1~0 H"ar4ieuk, Ye. 58 Third s~ear
* ~&rk~i'$ki~c4~'WiiOrO I am prejmo&1 to
fi1~ads and curtomers, not
~ of Drugs,
~ ~ ~ ract every t6nng
L~Wg ~rn~nrelijtieS wIn oIly ror~Cu,
CU~, Of4PtvcIJY. the pI~ClWSe 6t~r'tise,
ap Purc.uind. Urjld/i!tera
~ cs)j~$ntazned at anyot~6r.
Young mai! if you have arrived at
the right point in life for it, let every
other consideration give way to that of
getting married. Do not think of do
ing any thing else; Keep poking about
among the rubbish of the world till you
have stirted up a gem worth possessing,
in the shape of a wife. Never tbink of
delaying the initter, for you know that
delays are danvetous. A good wife is
the most constant companion you can
have by your side, while perfoi ming I he
journey through life-a don is'nt a touch
to bet. She is of.more service, too,
than you may at first iniagine. She
can smooth your linen and )our c. res
for you--iend your trousers and and
perchance your manners-sweeten your
your moments as well as your tea aih
ind coffee for you-rfil-, perhaps,
your shirt bosom, but not your temper;
and, instead of sowing the seeds of sor
row in your path,. he will sow b4tions
on your shirts, and pilant happiuess in
stum4l of hart ow.. teeth in your bosonm.
Yes, and if you are too confoundedly
lazy or too pioud to-do such wor k y our
self, die -vill'dhop ibpd and dig poIa
loes -for' dinner; for her love for her
husband is such that she will do any
!thin to please ler husband-xcep t
receive 'company- in her evety day
Volien.a &nian loV:s, she jves with
a d'oubile-distilled devotedtness; and when
she hates, she hates oii the high pressure
principle. Her love is us deep as the
oceaii, as strong asa hdtpen alhahei,
and'as-immutable as the rock ofCages.
Slit- von't change it unless -it --is in'
sersy-Itirt jealousy;.and evien theu
it lingi,,' as itlotii to part, l.e-vven*
ing tWghgat the lIilow' d i-e west,
G~e'iarrt v -II nwen'. All the.
eiCX l *'ptA fsh- up agflst? #dollig.
al te-support wifdepend upon it
yon-are not capab!ecf supporting your.'
s4f. Thetrefoi'. so' much the more
annexnioa, ; for; n .unuip. as well as in
an onion, tht 6 is stile-gi.-. Grt mar
ried, I relpeat, young au., Concent
tate you, affections owl oue object, and
ft distribute abet- crtunb by crumb,
-ngil .i 4 host of Susans, Sarahs, Mary's
Lowana1Rs, Olives, E'izas, Augustas, Be1:
stes. Peggies and Dorobies-allowing
each scarcely -nough to nibble ;it. Get
mairied, and have somebody to cheer
You asyuajourney through this y .on:.
lV valve of trais;". somebody to scour
up your nihole lifc, and wittever linien
you possess, in some sort et. Sonday go
to nieeting ordet.
Young woman ! I need it tell you
to look out for your hu 16n, for I
know that you are fixing cont ivances Io
catch one, and are as 1tm11 ally oi tle
watch as a cat is for a mou . Bu one
word in your ear, if you ple-ase, Donlt
bait your hook with an artiit:ial tly of
beauty; if you do, the. chances are ten
to one you will catch a gndgeon-some
silly fool of a fish, what is'nt wvorth his
weight in saw dus-. Airay the inine'r
lady with the beautiful garments of vir
ue, modesty, ta uth, morality, and un
sophisticated love; andi you will dispose
of yomasglf quicker and to much better
uvantage than you would if you dlis
plae~d all the gun-~gaws, flipipejigs,
folde-rols and fiddle-de-dees in the
universe. Rementber that it is an aiw
ful thing to live anid die a self-mianufac
tured old maid.
, My hearee.s-get mar led while you
are yp!Jng, and thena whien tie;f'rosts di,
age idball fall and wicher the flowers of
affection, the loaves of' connubial love
will still be green, aud perchiansne a joy
ous off'spring wiill suroand aud grace
the pa. ent tree, like ivy twining anid
adorning the time scathed oak.
The Supreme Court of. Georgia,
says the Columbus Times oif the 28mn
ut., held its first session at Talbotton
o Monday last. Thweir Honors Judge
Wrner anid Nisbett, wvere present and
iresided. The Court organized, a
dopted roles for the -Admission of At
torneys, swore in J. M%. Kelly, Esq:, ei
Houston, as R'eiorter, and RottertSE.
Martin Esq. of Greenesboro. as Clerk,
*Tha following' gentlemen were -ad,
miiwd in the bat' oef the Court-A. Iver'
on. Holl..Jas. Johnson, A. G. Fos
tr.:M. Johnsoq, E. Worrell, A. G.
errymua A. F.4Owenu , 3. . Smith,
Wt.. Brooks, S. D. ieard and A.
Wahi' rry gii said, gill te
rtn Irom" n the i ti .6
b~sibt&h~' ~h~t~ esidn jts
Scraps,from,the N. YScentnAmesican.
It has been reiia'rked iha&:i. long nose
uever spoils & hahdsome face. Causo
iWy:-a handsome face n as a long
The Parish of Nachitoches, La;.is said
to contain 30,842 acres of cotton, and 15.
775 acres of corn fields, and nearly 7000
It is estimated by a New Qifeans paper
I that the liquor sales at the bar of the St.
Charles Hotel,. in that city. amIouit 10one
hundred dollars per hoa7.
One of, George Western's sayings is,
that the times nere once so h-ard in
Michigan, that the liens laid wooden
A n T ralant Fact.-It is satisfac
torily aic-rtained by those who have
duly exantied the subject, that more
than fouir fiftihs of all the inimates of
th, State Prisons, Penitentiaries, Poor
Hoiuses, and of those u% ho commit su
icide, or suf'rr wih m.dignant or pain
tul diseases, and of those who are ill
lemlered or quarreliome. sufli'ring the.
nise.ry of contimual fimily jars, ate, o
have been addicted to the iminoler-ore
use of inltoxicttine liquors.
A Technical Toast.,--The foilowimg
wats givei. at a i-cetnt Typographical
celebi atiaonti *Bahimobre:
"The sweetet lvpes utpoa the earth
The preuiest forms, the leire-4t faces,
The loveliestfluwers that e'er had birth ;
That ever eluing to nian's em braccs."
The Fcmale 4-ye -Jhhn smlltithsays
that "6 the femmje vey has the tollowieg'
Svariety of' expi essiot: The gla'e, the
stare, the leer, the sneer, the n"ttatiol,
the defiance,, te denial, tWe consent ,
themlook of-iose,. the.Lbsh oh t ge, the
spat lkling of hope.-tba lag!ishment -f
suifiness, the squint Pff susptcionthefi-re
of letotusy, atuil lt 4is-erof a.poba
tion d pleasure'" A..ergt to menCQd
tion that ptsuliar bisltluF glatoe de
and Ithved iii ..
The blessings "of ('hriutianity. -
A beuitul writer says, hiat Christia 7
ty enters the but of ifte oor mani, and
sits down with him and his emildreu ; it
makes them contentied in the midst 6f
privations, and leaves behind an ever
lasting blessing It walks through the
cities amidst all their poip and sple!n
dor, theit imagiiable pride, and their
iuuterable tmisery, a purifying, enno
bling, redeeming angel. ft is alike the
beautiful champion of childhood, and
-he ceniforting associate of old age.
It ennobles the noble. gives wisdoi to
the wise, and neiw giace :o the lovely.
The patriol, the minister, poet, and el
oqui-ni tian. derive sublinme power front
it., influence .
rPecept vs. Practice.-Dr. Clark,
in ils note on Mitt. xv, 2. that * An
intolerait and censorious spitit is one
of the greatest cursus a man can well
fall und-r ;" and this temark is appro
ved and quoted by the very many men
who would he more ztlalous in destroy
ing (it puishing all imaginary hctotic:,.
.iluskets.- I is estitmate~d that there
arlpett least one milliotn fitnished. muiske s
it the diferent armories and arsenuals of
increase of Population.-It has
been estitmated by the President of the
Utnited States, titat the population dou
bes every 23 years. A\ wi iter on the
subject gives sensons for believingt that
the increase will be equtl to doubling
the population as often as once in thirty
years for liany ages to come. At this
rate ihe~ poplitiiin would be up)wards
of 200,000,000, in~ 1846; antd mt 1000
years it wvoulId be eqtual tu 100,000 per
sons to every square foot of gtound in
the Untited States, or int -other words,
about sixty miles deep over the entire
Congresional Mourning--Thle Eye
ter News Letter, in a tecent artticle
shows up in full colors the ridiculous,
hypocrisy evinced by Members of Can
gess, in adjourning for severs! days tor
getherC on the~ plea of mourning for a
persog~ whom mtost of them care noth
iig abont, while theit salaries of eigit
dollars per~ day were still going on ;..but
the editor concludes that the nation can
bsit t afford to pay them for wepjng
than for muaking speeches, albhough per
haps there is ao great choice . between
win') and water.
The woi d " news," literally signifies
intlligence from all. quarters. This
definition appears sational when we con'
sider that the wvord is compros d .ofthi
initials of -the four'cardital poits-N.
Ao1,isliii propsoses 2get his lit'e
iiied ltan ~a ;nle dieis he rpan tsave.
em.fnoe iilien;ndmnat be dep'en
dant on, charities of the world,
A orted of a mall, who
was ove d with difficulties, but
got comp of his troubles by
just drink i piat of cold water
every tam $?ihi1rsty.
1 A ico quires" what is more
comfostib bout the first 6f January
than roha a monstrous great bill, tIha
you didn na1-u13 of; pfeionted for pay
ent?" ch Ne Year's presents
are not ui on.
During e ending Nov. 1st, up
wakds o., 0 emigrants artived at
thisport, n6srol them pioceeded
to the W en equal- number prob
ab ri~ ~ he countay by othe
An Ez in on the English Great
Western y lately ran from Exe
ter-to Land 494 miles, in thrce hours
andfo 'nutesi -unting time:
abou h4&I san hour.
Patri it.-An old uesident of
Derrvft ;iates that hi gi aif
fathmr dyald 6ild soil of an
Irisamie ot.;bis fain,.- Oneo
day, aen s urivid, the. to.4. ijim*
to ;akn~0d go, out anc catch
et Da conw lionie
dthe ol grandfather.
P tric and was gone -pune
time bu't esi turned, mtinus of .the
bridfe, i - 6aads and face badly
scr1tche ough Ind eivud
tough tre ~.
" t i's the mnu;r
what it Jes ail's you?".
"A3 1.uu a yo4 utir hunor4
thia.till tch-Ae!old Maick uaL
again.; I -do
bito ttnI o d? Ana'
fa0th , u wn, I
rejicliizig-hi ji!h faigd fo~our no
smal-imus tyig hathi hd been clia
sing a yetm 64fk bear;' w'ichh h
succeeded: i catching, after a great deal
af roughusa a on both sides, and actu%
ally tied i'th- thein.baidle to ari old tie.
Bruin was k pt for -i long while, and
everknown ib "P.trick's colt."
Questiun fa, Questioi.-A' elergy
man in Sterlihigstiire, cittechising a nui
ber of his n shioners, asked a mai-by
the name of eq:.:r:
"How 'I ny years did the children
of Israel soj urn in the wildetrie-ss ?"
To which e replibd, 6 Foray years."
"But caan.you tell me, sir," said Pe
Agr,'." how nihdy knioes:the Childr en of
brought back! with themt from Babylon
to Jerusalem 1"
The itLergymen paused and pondered,
but could givt-no gtswer.
S%1el, ' iid Prier, " they brought
hack twenty-iine knives; you will find
it in Ezra 6 9."
Vase of IEditor-Editors them
selves conplin bitterly, says- some one
-we know hot w'hom, but lie says i
well-obbhe oytent to which "patrons"
expiect confdrmity each with his (wn
views. Ifiaubject cemes up unes
pectedly aend the ednor-issurprised into
betraying his real sentiments .tiefore he
has ascertained: ihich; will bti the ap%
proved side, hjow sJ)on .will hb be re.
minided of- his delinquency. The 'stop
my paper!" .rgumenit would be entirely
ludicrous if it did -not show the intol
erant -and arrogant. folly of thoce tiho
wish to .see only oit'e Aide of. evet y
question.:gund if it' did not also throwv a
gratuitous .obsaele in the way of trut
and .caidor. The. result is, that we.
have scarcely a paper which professes
independence,. or a willingness to let
bothsides ihe hard ry matters of mo
A boy baby dias recently left at the
door of a postmastePr in Alabama, be
fore he was up. When lie camte down
and saw it, the only remark heo made
was that the male delinaery on that
morning wvas unosually early.
' e 6*' it stated in tI~r National In
telligence(. that the. Rnaian Catholics
o \Vashinigtir have it a conitemplation
to erect an the nietropolis a -church edi
flie- of-magnifient dimensions, some
thing after :thenianneor of the omost ex
tessive -Cathedrals of, Europe. It is
.tpqjbal fbid in this- tin
dertakieng 'toivgryicongregaiion of their
essint~~htteiuir will cost
Tbera #!terrdeatfie in B~itta6be
.ta w m~bisisa1niaar,
A fete Hints to keep away Harq
Times.-Rise early -n the itmorning and
be dilligent during the day in :ttiding
to our business, and not worry uursdlves
by on noighbors' concerns.
Instead of following the fashions of
Europe, let us cultivate a spirit of' In.
deiendence, and decide -fot otrselves,
how our coats, haits and boots shall be
made. Keep nut of 'he streets, nnliss
business:calls us to tiUIsact tlat which
we cannot do in our stores, sho ps or
By all means kee' away Tionm di ink
ing-and gambling houses.
Wh10n 've buy -an allicle of cloibing,
study cnmihendjablc eculnmy; at the
same time get a good.aricle, and When
made take parictinir care of it, and
waar it reganrlless ot , any ch, age jf
faslitip. -Fashiona .s a great tyao, tnd
men are fools to beslavis to it.
Stay homuw, .1i niighis, :iprove our
studies by reading, witing or most! tctive
conversation, and retire' to our beds at
an party hotir.
Be kind to i clatives, obliging to our
f. iends and charitable to all.
Cure for So-e Eyci.--Rast. four
ggs; :take ih- white and .pre-ss thd
jaice through a fine. 0do1h, put in tlis I
liquid -a piece of tugair of- lead an'd
white viniol, the size of a sniall shot,
and of alum as much as of thetvo; and
of.Joaf sugar the size of a cly nui.
lady reconnuends the :ibuve frim much
The Ala bainia Journal says that there
are about oinie tiundred Crevks still scat -
-tered in -tie territory. betweotu -ih Al
dbana vd Chattahoochee rivers, iho
.ibsulutely refuse. to. eizgrate.
~X rardiity .ptak . pon$$
CharlIjs . k'ihg of' Flrag:, wa aitra
Aordiwary.xioqed,but is %ceidind xe1
~plau -l-ie xhibited Xtrio rdid Ie%
Ite.a C 'ac A
He wa's xpatriatnd1for his xce'ssati
to xpiate his xttavagance,;he x'stehlnil
,xjdred in xile.
The Washington "Union" states,
that Mr. .Charles Theodore Gevekobi'
was, a few days since, presented by the
Secretary of State to the Pro-sident,
and received by him, us the delegae of
tihe Senaute of thet Fr ee lianseatic PTownj
of Breuen, charged with an' etraordi
isary mission io the Uuited Stains.
We understund that Mr. Gevekoht is
tnipowered to enter into nrrangements,
if practicable, b* which tle poi t pl Bre
men may be fixvd upon by -this govt fi
ment as the place of destination for the
steam-packet-ship line to be est ablished
betwein the United States and Eumope.
Annie Dervet itand her *ashful adorer
were gazing on the glory of a summer
sunset. "- You seeny aniunited by tht
ice;+," sa-d I-i "No Georg , I shad
never I)*. Annie mated until i am your
-ife," replied the affectionate gill.
Geutinrg the Alit en.--slust jo1ug Iglen
-ure acqutaiuted with this very familiar ex
piression, and that, too, by sad experience.
Now we know that this thing of -getting
the mnitteni" is by ino mneans the thing "'t
is cracked up tobe';" atnd it produtces o
very pleasant seusation in the mind of
tihe ardent lover.-- When in answer to the
anxious .inrerrogatory, ' Miss, will you
accept of my company ?" she says, half
poutingly, and half good hiumnoredly, --I
shaut,"-naone bnut those who have beent
similarly situuted can formn any conjecture
Qf )hat peculiar sensation iihich it'catu
ratly creates. Th e victim feels O) dear !
he reels all over. He would gladly ex
change places n~ ith the mud. turtle or bull
frog, for then lie maight ind some frien-ily
hidiug~ pace wherewith to conceal his de
voted head. TIhe soul seems'for.a mo
mient to secrete itself somewhere thetween
th:: torrid and frigid' zones, and the heart,
that but a few initutes before bounded
like theideer of -the forest, is now endeav
oring to hide its blushitng face between
the liver aind kidlneys.. However, if lhe is
a mratn of sound sense, lie will attach ino
blname io the fair one who has thus re
pulsed and thwarted his desigin, but after
a few mlomnent's perturbation of mind, he
will come to the natural conclusion, that
if she don't want. to go with him, lhe cares
nothing' about lier corn ptany. And fur
thermnore, as it caromoly takes t wo to
make a bargaini. and as the man general
ly inakes the first prop~osition1, we think
ii perfectly right and jtis inhathe should
exorcise her own liberiy and-choice tn all
Gola .Dollar.-Jud ge Douglass lias
made a movement in Pongress to minale
the gold dollar wijb ou'r- currency. rhe
W,ashingion Union says :
'Thmis coinl~as-.been long kmown in he.
hard-mney contries of tha wia W~
heenseei'i~T Tsy~ boitt-ther.
drilardyetitchilinien ~d hav~eoi
CJ4M ohn-ekai~f' valuje
in existence. It is thereputi in reex
fifty pieces. cccupyig inl the spn eo A
small cigar, and packed in little pe
purses for lie ladies and the air O
ders of society: 'in'b Ja Mw-co
remitted under a sebil fr6 4 od ,d &
country 49 the other, and waiud b a, T
improvetneet upon the present' curiq*
We triist the' -pommittee hf -Wa
Means.wil sie to this mai W vkt,
vast amount of these valuble cotis p
be ibrwnr into circulation, they il di
011t' 1bi sinall bills thai servo t-h/tn
pfiecie ropf-thQe very day currerneyl ei';
codntr. Such a dollar woid noL
hoarded' dp inbanks or. privalet'd i -
riea; but would for ages cirnialate;i i'i
luss by abrasion, a coin foirthe -people.!
Lord Grel act Mr.. Calorm. -Thirv'%
is in the position of'ih'esedistodiiin-gwMe~
public mMn a coincidence qiite strikig
Ltiu uuder~ci'rcuuisaiices 'alike, crelsid bye
iheir sagacity, and their patrin'asnnt
Lord Grey, beretohore known in ise cos't
try as Lord Howick, aud w hhui
within the past year or twe edcceeifmofi
title, and to the 4tation amionik'e IV
leaders, o( his eininent- fai'erlefy r
sini~ t cosoperate with .a ininisry
iwn friends and- party, udless Lord P
associate-shinolI he6' cxcie4l *4l
pos1 if Foreign Seretaiy bi6 a
postihis. kinowu rdeliviky to-a
dangeruogs to the peace -of-iew?
utirded 1hp::rake exasplb' 6e- g
the lnjerlst of". hun fitgit
Idty, and of lunzidinig lls eWPu1lf91TJ
htazaordtig % iiarne i o
give him the ccnirolzottl
of the natioi. .1u ol1o7
with otier ~iinii,/d in
allt tq ioid P.Piluer.s
weniso fur as 'tu-r '4,
designated' for* hddir 6
oliWer164-qui- isdy. t
ibe Hdse M f d
u ls d liiarfeiJ~'
did to iOlonle a . i~ l,,1 1
Polkatd t o the triure pha f ere
So ~ ~ g Mr. Cabuntrix ie
party-yet, when'it cones todhe la
tion of peace or 'ar-of pieaeed @ lb
Preserved, oc stal rAihIf a rd Ieslyd -
uridrtaken refuses to abide by psrty die.
tation. or calculations- nd at oncelik
Lord Grey, Pluts his character, his pap' t
larity and fits party attachieniss hazhdj-'
in the attempt to save the outry fro- -
misgdided. councils, or unprinciple'd' 'p'et
sonal calculations that Would plung i
into water. b,
In so doing boih those erinent men.. _
hae iucurred as they could not. he ig-.
norant ihy would ineur t ie denuncialto
by. liarty zealois, who sees nothing', fee
tiuthiug, hope'nothing. and attipt iotf
ing beyond mere parly-tactics and sen
ceTs. For tis they must ha* ''eti- pre
pared, and more than this, it is reasonable
to suppose, they were willing to hazzard
rather than assent to so great auevlge
war witiout neceisity, hetween two suc4 -
couikies as the United States and Eng,
lind. - -
Temporary censure inay clotidtheir
names, though it cannot reach ih'eir con:t
sciences ol right and loftj'aelf-'respuec' i h
the wise anid the good of ellcountiries ydi
hionor their disinrer'egitinsp;'angthehfadr - &
thus teker'io favor of Teaec, cannot-h
withbout decisive influence on the policy a
the two nations toa wich they reipectfnl ,*,f
A t a meeting hhid at Temhperance 111?e ~ r
yesterday .eveniog 29th inht., for lhe ti
poe"e of discussing the iiubject qfestblishibhg .
t)aion Manufactures in--outh CaroliuL&
Hior.. Keriloyce wa's call'to the Char,
aud C. K. H-uger, Esq..appointed Secru- .. 4
'rThe Chairman openeud tho indeting: by '"if~
a few appropriate iservagions, stating the
ohjedi of the same'. '.i,
Wa.. Giregg, Esq. 'the'ni addressed ffife
meeting upton the advainiages-of'Manufanc- -
tures ae a source of irvestmnenpsfor snr-plus
capiial in this State, ard ghe superidit~yo -#f~ f
usinig water over steam power. Mr. G. went n . ~ -
at some length into'the subject, and'de~,Aks ~ i
canted upun the -great advantages, inen~ ti~~
economical point of view, tibe S'outhia hai '3
over the NorihifoF the'purpose of Man,-&.
factures.. Mfr'. H'owlandl, being calledi uaa'; a *n
by sh& Csiairmiin, read a leitteronrui. rgy,.
Sehienck, an ohS Manufisecunrer of I'Yofk'i,
relative to Mr~'iregg's -Mausay on n
ufacteres, htgthty appmrvng of, tiie I e ~
of establishin4 Marituctr e in 1i8a"
Mr. H. then adrsiihue
our''yrosped of 'successfullf% -~t
tisanufbetured articlks to eia1
and tiptiD the iiieris*5 olieo
ofisaid artices, and-stati d
helng almiost obii
repsly to a'call-Cm hit
of the foO~ce6. opigy'vai 1Ijf -4-* -
andrewet e tjshIv