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LANTE FROM MEXICO,
.Advtcos have been 'received't Havana
fro aeVera Crnz, by she English steamer
Clyde1 to the 30th of June-nearly a month
!atetrthan Tformer accounts; The-Picayune
r-e'ived -1le4 f-om the City of Mexico
down tt the 27th of June.
The discoturse of "Gear. Paredes before
,ho-1M0ie-i Congiess was-pronounced on
the fihlof June. It has already been re
ceived and published in the United States.
Congress proceeded at once to organize
the-Executive power, by -a decree that it
should be'deposited provisionally in a ma
gistrate' elected by a plurality- of votes of
Congress,'id'tbara Vice Presidentshould
be elected altlie same, time to act in the
absen'ce tf'te . President.' This decree
was passed'on; the 10th of June, and oa.
the 12th-the election was held. General
Paredes was elected -President. receiving
58-'Wt'f83voter 'Gen. Bravo received
13' ,iesadd General Herrera 7 votes.
Gen. Bravo ,vas.theuelected Vice Presi
dent,.rpceivingjlS out. of 82 votes. The
highesiopposidg candidate. was D. Luis
'G. Cuevas, who received 17 votes.
Gen.:Paredes took- the oath of office on
'the 13th as Provisional President, and at
the sarme"iine=.pronoincedi'another -dis
course, in the most - notable 'passage of
which. he expresses his confidence that
-Congress'ill arant all the supplies and
make eva:y effort necessary to defend the
national cause. r
Gen. Brayo, left Vera Cruz fur the city
of Mexico on, the 24th, to discharge the
.funciqus, of President in the absence of
Paredes. Our papeas are not late enough
to contain his arr ''l
The committees.of Congress upon Fo
reign Relations and upon War, made a
joint report upon the 16th upon that part
of the Message of Paredes relating to the
United'States. The report recommends
the passage of a bill declaring Mexico to
be "in a state of war with the United
States." We do not find that the bill had
actually been passed.
N.w ORLEA..S, July 19.
LATER FROM TilE ARMY.
The steamship James L. Day. Captain
Griffin, arrived last eveninu from the Bra
zos Santiago, having sailed then.:e on
Wednesday, the 18th inst. This news is
four days later, and of some interest ; es
pecially in the announcement that a depu
ta-ion from the: British Navy arrived at
Fort-Polk, upon business with General
'Taylor, caleu:aed to excite curiosity and
rpeculation. (See our correspondent S's
The troops were being sent forward as
fast as the means of transportation and the
high waters wou!d allow. The Louisi
ana volunteers were being concentrated
ab-,ve Matamoros. The Washington and
Dakiu's Regiien's were a short distance
ab.,ve that place. The Andrew Jackson
Regiment- left for Reynoso on the 9th, and
.'l. Day s-moved tp the rivtr on the 10th
inst.. The Tennessee Regitnemt relieved
Davis's co:noaudat ilurita.
Majors Dimtnock ard Mlorri . Captain
Burke, and' Lieuteunme. Frontit and
Magrudler,,of the U. 5.. Army, came pas
a:ly break tt amongut the.volunteers and
Mexicnsu' resulting in dea'h. -That paper
tates that General Taylor uses every ex
ertion to prevent.persons attached in army
ion disturbing the citiaens dl' Matamnoros.
TFte Mexican authorities are urcd to more
atten'tion in keeping their citizens in order
and dispersing them whenf engamged in ri
ot n~s proceedings. Somte of the Catnale's
men are sup'posed,to, ye lurklug about M at
amto'ros~for purp'oses of raphiie and murder.
rThe Rio Grvande was yet rising on the
30th. In several platesl about Matamnores
it has oerloweA ils bainks.
C'orri ouortcc of die Picagune.
1on-r Poxm, July 14,.1840
Getlemen:; Oncen mre wehave been
favi.red by.:he.arrivu of a steamner. and,
as is confidpnity , expected.. , mnail-the
James L, Uaj', about w~hitch some anxie
ty has been felt lstely, hstving just made
her ap.pearance to the great jov of all
bore. -, . .
No news or m~ terial ,changes sinena m~y
last. The river, if anything, has riseru
completely cutting o(I transport ation by
land between this city and ?datamoros
particularly .at the several. ravines the
other'side of Palo Alto, which appear to
be the old bed of the river, and thtou~gh
which the water flow with quite a rapid
currenst and of considerable depth..
The last report is that the water is at . a
stand, perhalis falling, having caused the
removal of all the camps save one.
Tro'ops continue to drrive almost daily,
and soon afterwards move np and take
por~itlon upon the river near Buritn. The
7th Regitment orinfantry has gone to Re
nosa or Camawrgo.
The weather, together with t'he insetiv
ity of' the troops. has caused consi'derabmle
sickness among them. J fearn that tbere
are several hundred in hospital at Mata
mo'rs, and the measles has b'iolien out in
one of the camps.
"Curiosity runs high." so know the ob
ject~f a .visit of t wo naval otticers to Gen.
Traylor, who arrived here in a. vessel eo
var fromi T.Iamnpico. Commiunication be
1ilcut off, they sent their dlespatches by
.wlt to1heir C'ousul at Matatmoras, t9 he
laid ffim before the Consul General.
lais~j ~> NOUS VERR.ONG.
Appet-rames.indicate a move of' the ar
my into t e igerior as soon as the waters
-Report ays en. Paredes has sent
proclamation to the people of M~atamoros
calling upon- themio treat our regulars
with every .kinde' ' and cotnsideration
because of the,.0par lered kindness anm
atteptiidn.'t is~we'utide4, as well as pris
oners a'nfcitizens.. He ikes occasion t<
acore the Texans, &c. ff6this be true,i
sresrmere favorabhe tin Atherwise.'
.Yours -in. haste;'.
- A iad arrested, a few days since ii
1%ev~rIells, for flogging his wife,'asket
a friedi'eter bail for hini. The rMem
addtessed 'the: bench in this train-'l'
Sgo'hhihiltight off, 'if your honor will hine
over his wife, but as long as alhe .has
chdie'fo brk~rfan angel could'nt .keep thi
-verce in the suune house with her."
EDGEFIELD C. H.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 26. 1816
Report of bar. Calhoun upon the Memorial of
the Memphis Convention.-We publish this
week some copious extracts from the Report
of Mr. Calhoun,. to which we referred in our
last. We regret that our limits will not per.
mit us to publish this masterly paper entire.
We copy that portion of the Report, which
shows under what clause of the Constitution
the Federal Government is authorized to make
improvements of the navigation of the &lissis.
sippi, and its waters.
Adjournment of Congress.-Both Houses of
Congress. have resolved to adjourn on the 10th
Cotton. -Oar Hamburg correspondent under
date of the 25th inst. say:
"There has been a regular and steady de
mand for this article through The whole of the
past week, at prices ranging from 6 to 74 cts.
I therefore give as the extreme range of the
market 54 to 74 cents. Our stock lav run
down to the summer point, and I notice that
shipments have been considerable during the
week, both by rail road and river.
In Prorisions I have to notice an sadvance in
Bacon, and decline in Flour. Choice Bacon is
retailing at 8 to 9 cents. hog round. and would
command 74 to 8 cents by the wagon load.
Flour has begun to come in freely, and sells
from wagons at $3 50 to $4 25. Corn is
rather scarce and in demand, at 70 to 75 cts.
Cori Meal $1 00.
Extract from a letter, to a gentleman in
this place. dated
lN DERSONVILLE, N. C , July 25. '46.
"The provision crop all along through the
line of my travel is uncommonly good. This
language is not strong enough. It is probable
that it is better than it has been for 20 years.
Immediately over the Paint Mountain, in East
Tennessee, within two miles of the Warm
Springs, thrashed Oats are freely offered at
121 cents per bushel. and a little further on.
'they can be bought for 8 cents. The Corn
crop is now placed beyond contingency. and
this Fall it will sell at 10 cents per biushel.
Throu'gh this section of North Carolina, it w as
never known to be better. The Wheat crop
has vied with the Corn and Outs.
[n every neighborhood, we hear the strry of
abundance. - La not the prospect indeed glori
ous T 1 a p:Ngfd tmed that the harvest inl our
n uper ididdl. ennuatay, will he ahinn
daa, and I hasetnodrDtbt of it, ftrm what I
ThlMysterious lissio.-I [. relation
to the visipof1ir. Murphy, to Mexico, by
the may of.Ahis country, which has been
productive of. so much speculation. the
Journal of Cntanerce, anyt, that it was
.its ohject to tmake the following proposal:
Tbat Mtexic~o shaall cede California to the
Utaited State's foar $50,000.000 ; two and
a half million to be paid to Americani cimi
zens ou behalf of Mexico, and itn discharge
of the treaty of iudetmnity ; teat millions toa
be allowved to the Unitedl States as indlem
nity for the .expenses of the war, andc thirty
seven and a hall'millions te be pwad to the
English claimants utpon Alexico, in dis
charge of their mnortgage upod Californiu.
(Q We cxtract the follo'wing eiplana.
tion of Mr. StuLi~z, fronm the H-Iamburg
..Fromthle Evening New~s.
Mr. Editor-The following, saatemer.t
in your paper of yesterday has drawn nay
**The great Bridge ease in the Courts
of Georgia, hats been decided in favor of
19r. Shuhr,. Thbd amount involved is over
Thte amoutntjinvolved, sir..is carrecr.'but
thdt the Court hans decided in my favor
is iuccrrect. ,IThe Court, has, as yet, not
deeided either fair or against, nor do I know
one syllabjle in what. mananer it nmay or
t'ill decide. .And as I have caused this
error, it is but. fair that 1 should explain
arid coirrett it, because the public is deeply
interested on both sides and shouhld not be
A fter 'udye geri-ien. htad concluded his
argutment as one of my counsel, in the
case, on Thtursdaty, the 9tht inist., the puib
lic lfeeling became aroused, expressionts
grew. warte nd getnerail, and eight out 01
twvelve, except thiose immediately in terest*
ed, (of the coritmunity) did declare in my~
favor ; others that the stock of the Banii
had fallen 20 per cent., and oIthiers that I
ought not to succeed at all, becausei
wotuld break the Bank and many peo~ple
would be ruined lby it. On Satturday, thme
11th inst., Mir. Pettigru closed hise argu
mentin favor of the Bank anad of the case
afler which I wrote somne ten or twelve
letters to nay friends in ditferent parts
among thtem the editor of ahe Harmburi
Journal, of which the Ialowing is a copy
.SA'VNNus, July 11. 1846.
My/Deat Sir-A five day's battle ha
been fought and the vict'ry is ours, at
Judge Berrien, the great herrien, is the
Iman who struck that fatal blow.
Yes, sir, and well may I call this a vie
tory, for it was a fair a'nd full trial., Sue!
as I was never able to obtaim during mh
25 years pending of thte cas'e. Dl'eloy an
ibaffling, in order to await niy death. wa
Iresorted to-in short it was a settled detet
nIrination among the parties, heretoafore
Ifor me never to have a fair trial, but thani
IHeaven~ their base doings has been over
come at last. Anid as for breaking th
aBank, what iave I to do with thiat-I wan
want, let the consequence be what it may
to the' Rank. Amid wisit' not ny ;mboej
mid my-lahor that has sustained and o'p
held that Hank for this quarter of a centu
ry 'Let it be broken. In conclusion, as
fortune has smiled on me thus far in ob
taining, for which I have sutTered in every
privation that hu:nan nature could suffer,
aifull and a fair trial, by the highest iribu
nal of my country, for my just right has
been awarded me, I will abide the Decree
of that Court be what it may. The Su
preme Court will, of course, give its Gial
Decree upon it.
Charleston, July IS. 1846.
Resignation of the Peel Ministry.-By the
last arrival from England. the highly imiportant
intelligence of. the resignation of Sir .Rdbert
Peel. Prime Minister, and his colleagues was
received. The following remarks on this sub
ject.we copy from the Chaileston Evoning
"It wonld appear that the Peel Mini
try have been wrecked on a question in
Irish politics which the Premier foresaw
and foretold was to form the great sto.m.
blir:g block 'of his administration. - The
new Ministry has a large Whig infusion.
the two principal men of mark in that
patty, Lord John Russell and Lord Pal
nerston, - composing a -portion-of it. The
Duke of Wellington will, it appears, lend
it the support of his great personal popu
larity. Whether it has. the element of
durability is more doubtful. It is long
since a \yhig Ministry has received or
merited the suppot of the people of En
gland. A mixed Ministry of Whigs. and
Conservatives, is still less likely. to corn
mand a parliamentary majority.:. We
should not he surprised, therefore, to tit
ness the recall, at no distant day. of shat
Minister, Sir Robert Peel, who is the best
representative now in England, of all her
eminem public men, of the principle of
moderate progress, and who best sympa
thises with the general admi:-ation for men
of practical talent which is the fountlation
in that- ountry of public support and con
How far the new Ministry will think it
expedient to interpose in our quarrel with
Mexieo. it is impossible even to conjecture.
We think the popular demonstration on
this side of the Atlantic, that forcible in
tervention will not be permitted, is too
palpable not to have weighi in the public
Councils of England and France, such in
terventid being likely to light up the
flames ora general ivar.. The.very fact that
the tidings. of an amicable setlement of
our dispute with England were received
with great joy in that country. must af
ford a pain indication, to the new ministry
that any other than a friendly interposition
in our quarrel with Mexico will not meet
popular assent even in that country. We
ap prehend, therefore, no change in the pa
cific relations of this country with England
in consequence of the change of ministry."
The ao Eiglis Ministry.--The f.llowing
is a list nl the .leuwmers of the New Cabinet:
fanrd Cliancellor-Lord. Cot-nhurm.
President oil tie Coincd-Mnrquis of
Lord Privy Seal-Earl c tinro..
Secretary fordhe- HurEeo n rretft
Sir George Grey. .. . -
Secretary fir tih Foreign Deinrtmcnt.
Secretary for the Colonies-E.nrl Grey.
First Lord of the Treasury-Lord John
Chancellor of the Cxehequer-Mr. C.
Chaincellor of the Duichy or Latncaster.
- Lord Caimpbiell.
Pa3 nmaster General-Mr. Macattley.
Wtoods anid Forests-Visconit M orpet h.
Postman~ster Genteral-Maiquis of Clan
Board of Trade-Earl of Claredon.*
Boiard of Control-Sir John Hobhouse.
Chief Secretary for Ireland-Mr. La
ho uchmere. ..
Admnirnity-Earl of Aucklatnd.
- OT oF THtE CABtIET.
Master of' thte Mint-RighLt H-ion. RL. S.
Secretary-at.War-Hon. Fox Matile.
.Attorney General-Sir Thos. WVilde.
Lord A dvocate-M r. A. Rutherford.
Solicitor GJeneral for Scotlhand-Mr. T.
Lord Lieutetnant of Ireland-Earl of
.Comanderin-Chief-Duke of Wel
IMaster.General of the Ordnance-Mar
quis of A nglesey.
Later from England.--The Great Britaini
arrived at New Y ork on Tuesday the 21st inst.
making the shiortent passage ever made f romn
Liverpool to Nev wVork; bem:tg13 days thourt
rutning tiune, anid dedunctang 16 hotirs fat
stoppages, leaves 12 dlays, 11 hours. The
shortest prassege heretofore recorded was 1
days, 18 hours, running time. The Great
Britnin brings Liverpool dates to the 7th inst..
rThe sales of Cotton since the departture
of the Gamobria, were 17.000 bales. No
Lord Brougham declares his intetnion
of oppos'ing the new administration to the
utmost of his power.
Mr. Cobdeti has adtdressed. a letter to his
constituents at Stockport, in which lie in
timates that the state .of~his health will re
quire him to leave thecoutntry for twelve
tmotths, and that, if they desire it,-he wvill
tender his restgnation.
Thme Newo Ministry.-TheAllowing up
pointments have been made since our last
ISecretary of~ the Board of Admiralty
Hi. G. Wart].
One of the Lords of the Treasury
Under Secretary of the Home Depart
meti-Sir Wmn. Somerville.
.Und'er Secretary for Foreign Affairs
ILord Advocate-A. Rutherford, Esq.
sThe Duchess, of Sutherland will he
M istress of the Robes...
We understatmd that either Mr. C. B'ul.
!er or Mir. Hlawes will be Under Secretar]
for the Colonies.
aThe following letterwas received fron
Sir Robert Peel on.Saturday,in reply t<
of Livergool, trans tted to the right hoan
baruoep eeild: -
90kay ouly 3, 1IS16.
' dentlemeb "egret that I have heer
compelled, by ' 8 extreme.. pressure 0
public business, to postpone until thisday,
the acknowledgment'of an address frou
many of the bauker , merchtanisshipown
era and brokers O PiverpooL. I now beg
leave to ret4JaOmy best.thanks.
The assuraeopjgf approbation which
that address conveys'are very'gratifying tr
my feelings.. The parties to it wvill-have
seen that, at thesame time that I annouuc
edmy resignastion of office, I had the cor
dial satiefacion :Ol annouacing also ..that
the proposals - ce ,made by she Earl
of Aberdeed, r.the auhicable adjustment
of out didlerengaa .ith the United States;
in respect to thoterritory of Oregon, had
been accepted by the Government of-ibat
countryg t e spnt it a which tiey ere
nadey is. kae he 1honor to he, gen.
tlemen, youraiilrul servant. .
(Sig;oed) . -ROBERT PEEL.
- To Melisrst'J Lahgtou, A. Sleigh, &c."
By an ordinance dated the 17th ofJ ne,
the King of Napleslias iredu ci1he dtiies
on manufactured .tobavco from 30: to 18
ducats the quin.tal. fnd :te duties on leaf
tobacco frotm 1540 9 ducat,. " -
W1 ilner * Smith's Times, speaking of
the proceedings of the new ministry, says:
. " Ther seems- a disposition; in every
quart'r. to give 1Oe-eew-govetment a-fair
trial-to test it by its acts.-"'THe -protec
tionists are notoriously uttable to- form- a
new ministry. -Aware of their weakness,
their hostility to'the new is less intense
than their hatred of the old government.
I he followers pf:the ex-Premier prefer the
Whigs to the Protectionists, so the Lord
John- .R-tsaell's .Governtiebt, from the
peculiar cotijoination of parties, has abso
lutely no foes--cppositio,i has disappear
ed.-- "a -t
. .We6 iceda-j6our last of the immense
qua ~ (lo~iand Wheat which had
bee' icdfrotastbod when the new act
cam I peratisa. Flour,in consequence
ha declinidito- tje extent of tie. a barrel,
and theat.nearlij-J0s. a quarter.. Every
one anticipatesed + erins reduction; but
the fall has fally equalled the apprehe
sioni of the ipwleta. .
Every day.brigi vessels from Canada
and the Unjted Sates, laden with flour,
which has beea-sliipped. in anticipation of
better prices, ih efall of.which, on the eve
of a prolific biarvsat. will prove quite as
injurious to thedJ ritish farmer as to the
Ireland.-We learn that a popular out
break took place.itt Banagher on the 29th
ult., and tlapiad ttack oat the Govrnment
provision depotw ps meditated, but owing
to the salutary;influenci of a Roman Ca.
tholic clergyman, the Rev. Mr. Walsh, ol
Lusmagh, .thegpeasantry were idduced tf
return quietly.,.o their homes.
OrdersJka a received at the varioni
C in 11 ti Ireland to-.admit grain
rf nasu n t agg.isqrding to the rate o:
d 69. pra ibrthe new law. . -
The epbtti.r. pecting the stat- and
pros. f the,-crops ar.highl!y eneour
aging.1 hew her.j all chat agriculir
tis9 Could wl E' ; .tie., splendid appear
ance of the wheat cropis particular'y spa
ijen of as beii - ' ndant.
irum thef it -capt.f c iconme4own' to i I
4th int". Oa th, preceding day theses
:;ion of 1816 was-lbrmally closed by a roy
al ordinance, presented in both chambers
The. readin, of!this.-document was,. a
usual, greeted. with loyal cries of Vive I
Ri!. after which the members separated
*P .,rA ract Worth knowing
A-gentlean oFa serufulouts habit, beeanme al
feacted with Ulet'ations of the-Throat and Nose
tnd-a'disageeable and troublesodie disease
the-skin. Inileed: his,.whole system bore th
--sarksf being sat tzrgad with did, ase. Ott
h.and and wrist were sq mflah .a-ffected that h,
ha'd lost the use' of thei hdrid, eveit part hein
covered -with deep,--painful,.and offensive UI
cars,'and-his-haind and wrist were as- hollot
and porous- as a honeycomb. -'- It wats at thi
stege of his compnjlaitat, when dleath appears
inevitable from a'-loauthsome disease, that' h
commenced the use-nf JArhE's ALTrERATIWE
and having taken sixteen bottles, is now PE R
FECTL1i cured.-Pubir -Ledger. -
The ALTERATIE operates throngh th
circulation and p~urilies- the blood and erad
cites diseases froml the system, wherever Ioca
ed; and the nnmerous cnres, it has performe
in d'seases of the Skin, Cancer, Scrofula, Go
tte, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia. and othe
Chronic diseases, is truly asto-nishing.
Prepared only by Dr. D.- JAYNE, No.
South Third street, .-Philadelphtia
.R. S..ROBER'rd, ole Agctnt, at Edgefiel
C. H.;&out~ Carolina.
Bars of Conaatsrfitsa!
.I'y .. . : 3s 2.7
Mr. Editor.-O0fr fre'n'd and hrother, Ri
zsaniiis nao mr'. Hoe died dt his rei
idence, in -this -district on Saturday mnornin
the 11th inst., in .die sixtietha fear of his age.
*Mr. Ltaham left a wife and sevenm child~rei
with other relations and friends to mour
The deceased was a member of he Mt. Zio
Baptist Chnrch. He was baptized 4'th Jul2
IMt9, andc ordained Deacon, iniJan dary,18:
He'was an hottest man, a useful citizen, attd
cansistent christian. - - -- -
" Mark the perfect mian, and behold the ul
ri;ght. for the end of that man is peace."
Thes Christian Index will plaeoy
Died at bpr residence, itn Edgefield Distric
on tha1l3thins't., Mrs. EL~DrJsoalENIltNoS, wi
of ~Vdliam Jennings, deceased, after a pr
tuacted illness often wveekm. She had been
eensistent member of the Baptist Church du
ing the last finteen years of her life, and whi
oti her death bed, she rtained an unshake
trutst in God, and a hope of entering unto
stute of eternal hmppiness beyond-the gray
Shte was a favorite amiong ht connection
and greatly beloved by. all who knew -he
The deceased has belt stx children, one brotha
attd three sisters, tp 5antrnm ihe hoes of a fori
miother anid affocntonate Sister, but the chang
to her is'eternht gainii
" The faith of thee tist is as the shining lig
that shiineth un'oro and n'ord uinto the perfe
. ied, nearC~ambridge, on tise 11th inst.,
tsr an illness of six~weeks, Jons S. CARwILr
infatnt son of Dr. Rt. C. and Mrs. Mary Grifi~
aged one year, eight months and eleveit 'd as
Thme messenger uf death, in- its itmpartial vi:
tations,, summons alike to their homes in tl
tozab4be aged and the youing athe parent ai
.the child. Truly, trns deatii or this inteant 'w
an occtasien fitted lo inspire the sentiments
si.,-y .aYOathy7adsOrrowe -i~t fuhil'..
tidence that his spirit-bas 'i al i sW to #
'bpritfiasti dikticoverriant.G ed. not a e
greatereatoi:uflict'humble, saitctify as
thiousands o1his -fri nds, who arti''aret;
rimoving thei ofifsring inbfancy fro-resldw,i
to tie Pnradihe'above! Let.idzthenbhei-stillI
and know, that he is God, who.takas to hiaself:
his own, and manifests unspeakable grace in
those corrections of the living, which trans!ate.
members of our families to a world of noi
Go-dear,-st babe. with all thy charms,
To mansions all on high;
Jesui hath call'd'thee to his are s,
We give thee up arid l
Go dearest babe, with allithy charms,
Go from this wicked-laad ;r
Repose thy sodl it Jesus' arms,'
It is thy God's command.
Jehovah's.calla, we insist ofIey
.Dear Parents look to Heaven;
Yon kntsw O2nd'srtight, aind power to stay,",
Or take what tie hab.giten. ' '.. M.
The undersigned 'having bde assigned by
the MIssditAR .Bokan los labbr in Division
No. 1, of the Edgefield Association, will attend
at the places and at the times stated below:
Calliham's Mills, on Saturday bedre'the lst
'Lord's DaY id Atgust. -
Rehobeth, on S:aturday before the 2d Lord's
Day In August.
Gilgal, on Saturday before the 3d Lord's Day
in August. -
Bethany, on Saturday before the 4th Lord'.
Day is August. .:.,
Horeb, diu. Saturday before hife 5th Lord's
Day in August. .
Beulah, on Saturday before the 1st Ldrd's Day
- in September. - -
The Meetings will continue for seven days
if circutmstances render -it proper'
D. D. BiUNSON.
June 11, 1846
The nndersigned having been appointed by
the Hosts ,t'ssros BOARD' of the- Edgefield
Baptist Association to labor in Divilion No.
4, will, by Divine Permission, attend at the
times and places stated below:
Bethany at -lepubican, an- Saturday before
the lst Lord's Day in Augnet..
Horn's Creek; on .atnrday before the 2d
Lord's Day in August.
Edgefield C.-H., on Saturday before the 3rd'
Lord'. Day in-Angust.. - .
Antioch, on Saturday befote the 4th1 Lord's Day
in Aneust. -' - .
Red Oak 'rove, on Satarday before the 5th
Lord's Dayir Angost.
Pleasant Grove. on Saturday befdre the 1st
Lord's Day in September.
Each meeting will continue for a' week, if
circumstances shall render'it proper. -
A. P. NORRIS.
Elders Wu. WArxsis and Jous Ta-e,
having been appointed to labor in Division
No. 2, of the Edgefitd'.Assiociatien, will attend
iihe Churchies at the times stated- below~..
Good Hope; on Saturday before the 1st Sab
bath in Augnst. -
Little Stevens' Creek, on !aturday iefore tie
2d Sabbath in August.
Fellowship, on Saturday before the 3d Sabbath
in August. - --
Mountain Creek, on Saturday liefire the 4th'
Sabihth id Aigist.' -'
Sister Siiinge, en Satirady befdrd be th
- Sabbath in Angust. -
Damsseti,-oh'Siurday. liefdr 0i est Sabbisat
in September"- : 9 9 ni :
The Meetings will eontitie-for seveb lays;
-if earcumstadcas.renuder it -proper... .
The tindcssi(ne' eh'aWainhg bee6 a.-sf
the Mldt,ithlaRvy::,Aft to-' lah.dru viu- 'Is
No. 3, of the Edgehield A tdciatibfftitl atteid
at the places at the times-stated beltw.:
At, Sardrb, on the 1st $atnrday initI:Ii.
At Salem, on the 2d Saturday,in August..
At Bethel-, on the 3:1 Saturday 'in Augdiut".:
At Dry Creek,ontbe 4th Sitadsu is Atigust.
At Lexington. on the 5th Sa'rurday in Angst.
At Rocky Creek, on the 1st, Saturday .in
-September; ' --:.
. And will continne'oru week at'ec'h of those
f places, circumstainces'arrni-nk.
11. 4~. W ILLIAMS8,
F ul . . . tf 3-.
t I BOOKS and ACCOUWYTS 4f GRa.
t1An & CooP~a. of' 1845), are now iti nmy
hanydsfor colletior, and anles ettled, I anm
rerines'ed to put them in suiinamdiatelye
July 29 2t 27 .
SSUPPbELEtENAL U L RS,passed.1uly3 ,'46.
r gST.-Thse Academy blding dhttil not be
kused forvany dther purpose dr 'Musiness,
B butt that 6-f a character entirely Liter-ary;' stch
as that fur which ir was erected; anid the~each
e~r is unauthiorized to open it for "any~ other
use or purpose. .- . .. .
2nd.-No one fou'rieen years old shpall be ad.
mnitted into this Inistitution, as a pupil, befote
hie has pledged himself to observe, the follow
ing regulations, viz:-'
1st.-No Stdent of this Institution shall
visit~plat'es of dissipation, such as Billiard
Rooms, Ten Pip Alleys,'Dramshop4, and otheri
i like places of idleness and dissipatiot. --
'2d.-No Student shall take part in "Horse
" racing, Cock fighting, Card playing, or Gani
* bhing of any sort. - --
3rd-No Studeurt shall take part in terne
n timne,..withiout the permission of the princiail,
-* in any Dramtatic exhiibitionse or perfelmmances
-. public or private, as such amuseanfents tend tt
a engross the attention, and divert the mind fron
the more usef'ul studies for icih ppilis are
sent to School. .
The Teacheris required to'report the'nates
of any one who viulates these rules and hi
plighited word. - --
t, T'he Principal, tak'es the libettyto :-emark,
e that the alloye rules will be stiotly enforced
.. and that he hbis nto reason to apprehend tha
a they will be broken, since 'the- public are tc
r- know wvhetheryjouths approaching tanhoodl
e and esteeuned 1ionorable, would violate titeit
n plighted words and promises, ford the pahtr
a gratifications hiere forbidden. 11I too..uhi
*. not anticipated. the Edgefield Academy maj
s, be still attended with the same .safety of ,ti
r. morals of the pupils a's-sim/ar instittrtions it
ir other districts, boasting .of their- ex'emlion
d frqrm Dramasbops and other place. of dissipd
;e tish. -- -
July 29 S 7
YU 0 Administrator's, Etectntors and Guam
-3. dians. who have not made anf ieitura
1- of their transactions as such,: for the curten
r, year, are respectfully.requested to;cattend ti
n, this duty without further delay., as the -tim
s. prescmibed.by law lies already expired. It.:I
ii- desirable that those who are intrustid will
me sutch business should atten d to it.inthe pggp
ad tints, to prevent the payment of eopti a for'fe
as sure of their Commissions, and area~dealf
of irregularity in bqsiness.. - . --
ta .. , . < Q 30 HhI0.''D.
... Jv. iS r . 4 ti, .. .5 .
,, els ._a". 1 p .
f. " t1 l , ~j'jt'
the oia14fthd f a ivsJ boveruae;iemir to.Js~
coshmiionned~bXy tsure; Goverut " o4' is Stm*
adiilt obeyed d:esected accordingly.1
'PIRCE I'* ERA Colxael:.
J '. Pt. I3CKIt~ toN. Lc;olipueL:
A 1f."G ADDEN, DtaJor. . .
By order of the Comrinat ribif r'
Adjutaa1tandlujMeut* GesbaL +
lEr 1'o be published 1* ice in"l sthe: par
of the Sufis.'
k i'~ P'*~ E'iYr kt
4 "dttdly'a'Bnonapakte and his Mat.
WVaddy ,Thompeon's.Mezice4$I 5O;' 'ti ..
Cologne Water, a superior quality 62 cents
Anthon's L ia Prosod' 1 00)D, =
Watts bit the Mi"dtae ,7 cenits,
Harris' ental. Bitgegy, "03 5o. '
Quarto Family "Bibe t,-#1'95.eack:'
Blake's Biographical Dictipnary, 04 50, large.
Best Blacking; tit 5 cents a box,
Factory 'Strip~es at 124 bents a ylird,
Cotton Osnaburga at=16 do" . dd it * .,
Daily ezjjected&-4 bhds.'Shedldbt r"a 1cn e oud a .':~ii
Sugar,.S, 9; 10, 110 aud L:2lbu. tu the dillagt .
Double "refined~aud clanshed 'Sugar, 7lbi; to .
*thedolare Y "" -.-1i
Coffee, 111 ad 1 l bs. to taie dolr, t s
Family-Vinegar, best is the miarktet, 25 conis
Daily eztpecied'-Fne +hlze Pilot. Dread, at
6I 6cens apoud; ' I
Fresh -Raisinin,,t 124 center a }loU td;
*do. . , inrzllbozespat #1 624
Sade *oet k cents apoud, +.
Rowrr's onc ixtreforFeer& Ague,
Wi'ta,2. Balsam of Wild Cherry, St~ 09,
Butl's Sarspatalla,at.874 cents a-ilotls, , t
?ppanksl Sarmajarilla and 4Queen's De~lht;
" $1 abottle, i
Caroiianin, 624 cents a pound,
Madder 25 senas pound;.
Table. fli 61-cents a quart, as saner as bowe
Fa~etory 'Yarn,;.at 874 oeelt a hanndle,
Rake Girt' et iii 124 enitsd pound,.
Epsdali'S t ats16 ut a pound,
Glauber~ Salts, 5 centsp'pound, '* . 313
Chewing';'p sco, roof 124 cents to 39' cwi.
l~dgelield C. H, 27th July,.1846.r
3W F A'tWF !! FAD!-4v~ug.ase~f
' HEWBES! N RVE'ta~dN IN.
M ENT' "prpared' by Josts's T.. Rdwt ni,;I.
ua~st t4 its good effects.. A4i eulesbtneA
rhaumaticaffectop in my. right s[iludder "i+'
ithfeyodi i 0UdttwMtt~a u~'waplia
iitfito i g y cled. Fibtemi. tJdabbha,
elaps& mulce its use,, jibsa
$be i0paiae , eve l OIrti ; ;? d
4sg~ tsivirtlea'ol boI4ice " the
At e~arion ol miseb aj find act~uan~
'With this ybject. iri~view. I have, W-itan oT s
LCI?~ATiO WMruthonr.x i Mr. "Rowladto make
use oftis'tsir~i Wl etsalliioper.
,, t, ,. ; =28 B1Nbrth ShitbhytreeL.
Sold wholesale and retail by is -