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1.:' QenaWm. T W, . or~ f 'the -pm'enget?
1n --t-eor ..
Fori:it t Gbii eiaiYe
.Walketr and one (undr&T ime
were'aptured-by: Cmmodore. c jiauleiig.
2.The.men iliyo-ai1 been sentWoNoifolk, but
o4n.Walker is here on his parolebf honor.
The lake and rvicefsteamers have'beenturned
_over. to Gariison and Morgan.
" Col. Anderson and fifty Americans still hold
=ortCastillo, and 1iver San Juan. The'iiave
a tunonthb 'its, six-piecoa of artillery,
bundaan ammunition. -
",; reiiver steamer$C. Mforan,1ias been put in
of the American Consul- at Greytogn.
California.trade isrevivingand imparting
'ne. vigorto tnining operations.
force of only fift mn captured Walker
Martinez has-been elected President of Mea
:ragua,4 dswas making active preparations for
an eneletic' war on- Costa 'Rica. &e latter
badjseu qat hridred med ginst'Col. An
COODORE PA DAING D TEE AREEST c
SWisturwdG'r Decembea9. .hO letter of
n -a (I~sss~te fGens Wal
k -~y It albounda
'*it~~cpsietC.~ iin outlaws, ,who left
Sotzr-soi .r4~~ an- murder, and s~qtat
he s&i n way 'of vindicating the law lift by
their ar'es't. -He is sensible of .the responsibilh
ty incurred, but.eonfidently lobks to the Gov
- era'n o rejitiation.' He says thatbWal
ke blishedjhis camp without the au
thorf'w ; that he had raised tk.Niea.a
gu ~;li. clairned-to be the e~pa~to~l
as an outlaw and a murderer, and thought that
humanity, as well as the national honor, de
manded his arrest.
Although the se-i:znre was not strictly justified
by his instructions, yet the Cabinet considered
the case much palliated by the circumstances.
Gen. Walker will be released fropi present
arrest, but brought to trial for violation of the
WAsiIsa-roN, Dec. 29.-General Walker and
suite, arrived in thiieity to-day. H~e was en
thusiastically received at the Ilotel.
WAsNING.TON, Dcc. 3.-General Walker had
an interview la~it night with Seec-etary Cass.
The latter repudiated the idea of his being inm
der arrest, and he was at once released from
parole. Commodore Paulding has been recalled.
Capt. Wyle is under orders to return to the
squadron. No civil process has yet been issued
against Walker. At the proper time he will
bring a claim for justice, which he hopes the
Gqrernment will be disposed to award. This
is, however, considered doubtful at present.
-LMTER FROM EUROPE.
~ARRIVAL OF THFE STEAMER NfAGARZA.
HALIFAX, Jan. 2.-The British and North
American Royal Mfail Steamship Niagara, Capt.
J. G. Wickmnan, has arrived with Liverpool dates
to Saturday, Dec. 19th.
LIVEiRPooL. CorroN MARKET, Dec. 19.-The
Cotton market closed with a declining tendency.
All qualities had considerably declined, and new
cro Cottonse were fully id lower.
Richardson & Spence quote Southern flour
25s. a 2'is. and Ohio 273.a29s. Wheat firm and
advancing chiefly on the better gaes. Corn
firm. Sugar heavy and declined d. to is. Rice
quiet and heavy. Rosin dull 3s. 10d. a4s. Tur
pentine firm :fUs. a 31s.
Sales on Fri;ay 5,000 bales, of which specu
lators and exporters took 1,tiO0 bales. The moar
ket closed quiet, bat' with ratther a better de
The stock of Cotton, at the end of the week,
was 387,000 bales, of which 183,000 are Ameri
MAXeHCsTEa TaADE.-Trade in the manufac
turing districts is unfavorable, and manufactured
goods had considerably .declined.
LavvER'ooL BaUADsTUiFFs MARKET.-All quali
ties of Breadstuffs are quiet.
Money is slightly easier, 'and consols quoted
The political inteligence by this arrival is un
No later news had been received from India.
The Bank of France has reduced its rates of
discount to six per cent.
The commercial crisis in the North.of Europe
still continues very severe.
In Hamburg monetary matters are improviag.
The House of Powell & Son, in London, has
Sfailed for a large amount.
Financial.ditliculties are occuring among the
Cheesborough & Sons, of Warwick, England,
has failed ; and other failures are reported.
There had been further but ineffectual efforts
ade to launch the Great Leviathan. '
The American companies had abandoned the
attemt to raise the Russian ships at Sebastopol.
In Lndon the discount houses were easter.
Apications for discounts at the Bank of
En giad were light. .
WASsmXOTON RuMons.-We compile the fol
e lowing paragraphs from our exchanges :
SThe Cabinet had-a meeting on Wednesday,
in reerence to the present condition of Kansas
affairs. It is supposed that the Administration
will wait before taking any decided action, for
the reports of -its special agents, Van Vliet and
Russell. 'This, with the Utah question, absorbs
almost the entire thoughts of the Administra
tion. : Despatches have been received from the
- x e'tin against the Mormons, -but the War
Offece seems indisposed to make punblie what it
has learned. It has been determmned to submit,
in a separate bill, provision for'the four addition
al regments asked for by the President, ad-ap
'r iains to carry on any offensive operations
.a a Mw.o.s which ma hereafter be
Mr:ec e'tary Cobb has decided to ad
pdr c'nt.astheraeeof interest for the
nry~otes. Six illions are to be issued'
''tely in sui .tlires..different amour
onehundred v hin'dred, and one t
dollars:. The; anain t does not
got theplates engraedm' much short o
weeks. The intentioniisto make theu I at
they.cannot be counterfeited by photograph.
;the mean- .the Sub-Treas ury.wl ceive
deposits'oii ith-orders for t nd
whenjhe ' ready, the notes w tll be issued
:forthein, ted on-the day of deposit .
Thie mnble~ the use esoluti ns,
cerM'sg Utah, involves-a" declaration wa al
distinctly as in tie case' of Mexico.
of the Territorial Actis foreshowed. ,
ARTHUR SIMKINS, EDITOI"
- DGEFIELD, S...
WEDNESDAY, JANUAR., 18A..
MR. KEESE 'COLLECTING.
A member of our Firm is at this t out 0o1e0ti
th dues of the .Sdtaer Ofsee.-.. on we"
assured, will tarn from him without i Promptrue
pense to his call for funds. Our claims are manyan
singly very small; but, all togeth, they pillaak
up a pretty sum,.-a sum that will ennb us.not o a
4o pay'aur debts, but todplaed~ur.papeupouen ige
ground of progress than we have yet vouluroi. t<
aume. While--our many friends throughout the
Distrit are.eovlag the -rich reward . their fine
pr pestheZ_ will surely remember thef'printer's due
act a ordingl on seein'ou iend and asso
ciatedr , Fads.
Business .- other engagements'haves reveatdl.u
frerEving i proper attention to our editorhil'col
imas for a wek or two. We he be able to dc
beter In future.
-DEAST OF A PAZ T..:
-t-is wthgis that we.gord tl4i' oftanothe
,m'mbed of that gallant Palmetto b"i haseLs d1am
has added.so.6nuoh lustre and resoiin Pthe itame al
-South Carolina. The presentsdibetisiirgelati, d
friend, J'od.*ELAn SmBas. 'Upfibjoinsduote
announcigta us his death, is a -handsome, triohfb
d.feelingtribuate to his memory by enewho ea
wl inll his relations in life. On-anotbe ol.
umn y found an o ary notice- from thdapeao
a gentieiMn of disc o.whi 4
direct the'reader's atanion. * -=
"Dzaa'Cor..: It is.gjrofounde qWtt t;; in.
-form you of. the sudden d .Us of 'a be
your noble and gallant relative, v LinRD Siras
He died at the residence of his brother A. Af idking
-Esq., on Thursday evening last, in Ilit tirt.-nintl
ref his age. He bravily dil his duty whileilf the
service of his country in Mexico, remaiing theI-du.
r-ig the war, and was -one of the gallant few of
foloen hope in the spri of Chopultepec, who es.
capod unhurt. He was aqivalric si high toned
gentleman, and his best eulogy may lt drawn fros
tho-fact, that he was belovaalnd ases ppted by all whc
knew him, either as a soldier por ate citizen.' As
timmense concourse marked thr eat tn.for him by
attending his remains to their last reling place b3
the 'W of.hie equally gallant ffthe Col. Arthur
8 . - Yours trulf j ?W. H. A."
A UNPaiQ T DIFFICULTY. -
We reu se 10 oar old friend and fellow.
citizen, 4,9REY \}I ivrk, Esq., now a resident of
Bfnsick, Gq.,ba in unfortunate and most fatal
renoontre with one. WVAMoqaz, Esq., a memberoei
tl e IEgielaturo f orgia, 'on the' 24th nlt.,.whiel
resulted in the dedtS? of the latter. A correspendent
and areliable gent * e'sus the following accouni
o.the affray, wle foshow thatki . Smrars ac
ted on the defensi'ea esd "that he took Moons's lfi
to save his own." - 'i
. . Dsswacac, Gai, Doo.,26,:1857.
Editors of tkc kserte, Grmvtxxx, a terrible
tragedy was enacted herd on the ight of the 2dth,
reslting in tbe death 'of Jicga W. MoonE, Esq., by
aristogs.ho Gre gou- oanM na~,C. WE
LEs,'Rjg. iii~iwwl~ -a 1the affair, ari
'brbI these, leiarn from.whiat I deem reliabk
iurees, vig A serfes efgebaoxie tlws
Geogis withoE'lf nowletige andan oppositin tc
the wishes of the citizens, tending, and in fact estab,
lishing the City Council a despotism-depriving the
citizens of the right of trial by jury in many instanece
-annulling the lhabeaw corpuM act,-depriving the citi
seas of the right to appeal to the Superior Court-giving;
councli the right to imprison for non payment of city
taxes by agetits, and many other obnoxious features
Mr. SmYLLs was commenting upon the law, and it,
effects, and stated, if he made any misrepresentation
or any one wished to reply to laim, they could do so
when he closed his remarks. Mr. Srmrs had spoker
but a few minuto~s when he was interrupted by.Mr
MooRE, who pronounced his statementd false. The
lie was exchanged, and both parties shot about thi
same time-doubtful which first. Mr. Moons's first firm
did uot take cff'ec't, as the cap snapped-his second wa
almost simultaneous with STYLLs, and the ball lodges
in the wall, over STYte.s head. 'TSvts' second she
lodged in the side of Moonze, and he survived abou
half ain hour.
Yesterday morning SmaLs surrendered himself tc
the Sheriff', under whose charge he still remains, a
tho 1iciel. It is expected Judge Cochran will retur,
on Monday, when Mr. STYLss will give the requiret
Mr. STYLES has created a favorable impression here
andl there is deep and strong sympathy manifested fol
hm, the community believing there wausa predeter
mined plot to destroy him. and that he took Moomnt'
life to save his own. Mr. Moonse was the bunl3 of his
We append the following version of the affai
from the Brunswick llrald. That paper says, tha
C. W. Styles, Esq., a candidate for Mayor of the city
called a meeting of the citizens on Thursday eveninf
"for the free discussion of measures and men." HI
addressed the meeting and was denouncing the coursi
of the Legislature, characterizing its action relativi
to Brunswick as discreditable and fraudulent, when
says the Herald :
Mr. Moore rose from his seat and said, "Mr. Styles
If you say that anything I have done is dishonorable
you say that which is palpably (alse." To this Mr
Styles gave the lie, and Mr. Moore responded in liki
manner. Mr. Styles-he being at one end of t
building and Mr. Moore at the other-called to th
persons between them to down with their heads. Th
firing from revolvers then commenced. Some say tba
Mr. Styles, and some that Mr. Moore fired first. Mr
James Houston, and some one else it is said fired
One ball took effect in Mr. Moore's body, entering
towads the right aide, passing through a small part
of the lungs and stomach, and lodging under the skit
on the right of the spine. Hie survived but about at
Friday morning an arrangement was made by whici
Mr. Styles should be left in the custody of his friendi
till a judicial examination could be had, and he them
surrendered himself to the sheriff.
p" Wi learn from the Carolina Times, that then
Exchange Bank of Columbia, has declared a dividnd
of one dollar per share..
p"A New York merchant informs the Hieral)
that he set a dozen of the clamorous unemployed al
work, eight hours per day for $1.25i, and after he had
paid them their first day's wages, they told him " they
would see him d--d before they would work for el
pm The steam frigrate Niagara has been detailed
to assist in laying the telegrahie cable. The Presideni
and Mr. Soecretary Toucey are understood to be very
favorable to the enterprise.
pm"Wo have a few particulars of the election is
Kansas. The vote at Lecompton stood 238 for the
Constitution with slavery to 9 against it. Many Mis
sourians, it is said, were present and voted. Rumors
wre current in the Territory that Gov. Denver had
ordered the arrest of Glen. Jim Lane.
pW" Meetings of the citizens of New Orleans and
Mebile have been held and- resolutiens passed censu
ring the administration for the arrest of Glen. Walker
-<emanding his restoration to Nicaragua; and urg
ig the repeal of the neutrality laws. Promintat
demoorats denounce the intervention of our govern.
ment In invading Nicaragua as outrageous.
pmt The Democratic representatives in Congress
from the State of New York are unanimously in favor
of Mr. Buchanan's Kansas policy. -
.p" A recent act of the legislature of Georgia, in
creases the salaries of the Governor, and the Judges
of the Supreme and Superior Cdurts. ,It raises the
salary of the Governor to four thousand dollars;
Judges of the Supreme Court three thousand five
hundred dollars se; Judges of the Superior Court
A clergyman at Cincinnati has sued a drug- c
tof that city for $10,000 damages for making up .
bln a wrong prescription whiih seriouslyafectedi
" Pey have-.et a fellow'in-jail In Troy, for.
swindling. He diied snow and old it for salt.
Ix New York, assote or draft given by parties
of uhdoubted credit, is esled 'first class paper;" in
New Orleans it is knoewns" ire proof;" and in Bo
t a'gilt-edged. paper." -
. p Tus bridal.;veil originated in the custom of
performing the .nuptial ceremony under a square.
piece of cl6th, aeld over:the bridegroom and the bride
o conceal-the-blushes of the latter. At the marriage
of a widow it was dispensed with.
. Tax ombined salaries of the Governors- of
four Nei Englad States amount to $4,000.
-W" han B*n -Rogue (La.) Advocate estimates'
the damage done to the sugar erop by the late freeses
at 100,000; hogsheads. .
gg Newspaper in Vermont arc poorly sustained.,
SA score or- more have died from exIaustion.
3W" THE Pope's' private iceome is said not to ex
ceed-$5000. \ - -
gg" The Washingtoecorre'iondent of the New
York Courier and Enquirer hts received evidence that
the negotiation, fbr'the aeqmsition of Cuba has been
renewed, and that a sum has been named so enormous
as to etakg r even'Castilian pride, in view of thene
rumor 4prevails. in
James Gordon Bennet, o tor th
Horald;will be appointed to suc'eed-Gov. Ws5J
K a n s a s . a a b .
3W" rsma'aya gny b a snow storm
throuklionNort 'garolini irginia and-MaFyland.
In some parts of Virginia it fgl to a dopk of tuolv6 -
and ifteen-inches. 'In Maiylnd it wasonly three'
inches-in depth. - The 4tormiwas .mavUling a
1north-easterfy diestwon. ..s.n
. pr-Sincerity does not consist speaking f~ur
mind on all ocasions, but in*4ing so when silence
*ould be censurable and falsehOod inexdtsable.
-pD"Wa should ntbe hast rmin newlIe
ships, nor in terminating those of 1o standing.
ps' In order to live justly an 'eipedted we must
abstain from doing that.we hi.- In 6thers. ;
gW' Wareleaded to dRce say the lIn&
Timnes) thatthe .Hod A Bontreeths formally
accepted the presidency of -hI Qollege and will bp in
this-gity on-or abo th'l15think
en.Jame hields'and Henry-M. Rice have
been-elected v. S. Senators froni Minnesota.
p rad -mbeing of the friends of Gen. Walker's
exp Nicaragua holden. in Mobile last week,
.MajorH tsid, of Georgia,.one of the speakers, urged
tlieauiai ne to furnigsWalker-witli "a war steamer
large enough. to punish the imprtinenes'tdwbch hs
had been subjected by American ofieers," and offrd
a thousand dollars for his sharoef the exppnses.
'pjiD- Brigham Young has increased his harem of
seventy-five white wives, by adding to it ifleeft young.
andglovely Indian aquaws. ,
W THu New Yonx-LEDOnR, the greatFaNily Pa- -
per,.has now attaine the extraordnay oizaulation of
Three Hundred and Thirty ThouMagd Copies. The
Prospectus of Tat Iana n, which'contains all neces
sary information4n regard to it, will be foundin our
advertising columns. - "
C AELT ON~h CORRSPOND?NCE. -
a CHARLESTO& Januari 1, 1858.
A "Happy AKeas. Year" to you, Messru Editors,
and all inqgur Sanetumf ^(i hadhverygearly deed
this in 189&as usual-a little jnistake'wliloharlll be
quite fashionable withw wirsgenetally for gemeedas.
toali *mpyNio Ys sa'ikziay youglivi:$
' nore"'and fipdog *' fis 'eiler and
eagthcginjth-.each suceeding New
Ye y,.airl with ycir'pockets well lued withy
well ;profits, youecan retire and, repiose on'
yoelau els, e ilg'.th~otiuin -eum dignitato, with
'minds and clear'concieuncesg'T~re samne good'
We s e~rs to the benefit of the
last naentioned invocation in particular. The begin
ning of a Now Year is always an appropriate period
for forming fresh plans and resolutions for our future
guidance, and I hope that those of your friends whose
consciences accuss them of any delinquency in com
ing up to their portion of the contract, will avail them.
selves of the occasion to reform whatever is amiss,
and quiet the " inward monitor," by resolving to turn
over a new leaf for the ensuing year..
Christmas passed off in a comparatively dignified
and orderly manner. All places of' amusement were
thronged with visitors, and all depots of businers ex
cept the Post Office and the Confetionaries, and Fire
Cracker Shops, were closed as usual. Saturday was
a half-holiday, several of our largest stores in King
street having set the praiseworthy example of allow
ing those in their employ, another day of recreation.
A number of- squibs appeared in the papers from Em.
ployees, urging the appointment of Saturday as a day
of Thanksgiving, in order to make it a general holi
-day, but the purpose of the writers was not effected,
except in the individual instances above mentioned.
.The demon of Mammoni is getting so rabid a hold up
on the affections of our business world, that even the
loss of the Holy Sabbath itself is 'considered by some
as an irrepalrable injury to the narrow-minded inter
ests of avaricious trade, and insatiate speculation.
To the honor of humanity, It is refreshing to be able
tojuoto some happy exceptions to this degrading spir
it of subserviency to the Money-king.
The Menagerie and Circus have dep-arted after a
brief but profitable sojourn. The Managers were
very happy iu hitting up a novel expedient for attract
ing an unusual degree of attention to their perform
ances. A public ascension on the Tight Rope, from
the ground floor to the summit of the Tent, was made
by the Star of the Company, Madame Leontino, daily
at 2 o'clock P. M., in the prese~ee of thousands of
awe-struck spectators. She performed this diflicult
and harzardous feat repeatedly without accident or de
lay, taking her steps with great caution and exact
ness, yet with remarkable firmness and grace, until
reaching the highest point of the tent, she turned and
balancing herself on one foot, with a dexterity which
would have done credit to the nimblest goose in any
of your country subscriber's barn yards, looked down
from her fearful height upon the moving mass at her
feet with asn air of triumph, and a wave of the hand
which caused the sir to reverberate with deafening
shouts from all quarters. This was decidedly the best
card of the season, and the Immense multitudes that
nightly ficed to see the wild beasts and the Old
Clown, evinced the success of the hit.
The Theatre has been drawing' crowds to witness
the- brilliant representation of "Aladdinu," which,
with its gorgeous scenery, dresses and machinery, is
liciting great applause and admiration. The Mana
ger of Thalberg's Concerts has been here making ar
rangements for the great Pianist, who is expected to
visit us durigg the present month.
Fires, Burglaries and Robberies have been recorded
in the public prints since my last, showing that -we
are no exception to the general depravity of human
nature. The frres were promptly put out by the Fire
men, but not so with the robbers; these cunning gsn
tryhaving in several instanes made their way into
and out of private houses through the windows and
piazas, without disturbing the "merry Christmas "
reunions gf the inmates who were doubtless very milch
"put out," on finding their silver and jewelry beauti
fully less the next morning.
A beantiful Yacht arrived here on Saturday last
from New York, bound to the Gulf ports and WVest
Indies on a pleasure expedition, whether to Nicaragua]
or Liberia, the knowing ones have not yet decidedJ
positively. Fillibustering has got to be so fashionable
that every expedition about to be fitted out, squinting
in the direction of " the disputed territory," is suts
petod to be in league with poor Walker, who by the
way, Is now safe in the hands of the Philistines. In
telligence of the General's capture at Havana was
brought to us on Monday by the Steamer Isabel. The
Steamer Fashion which conveyed him and his force to
Nicaragua, had put into HI~vana In lack of provisions.
The Amnerican Consul at H~avirna acihed the Steamer i
for alleged irregularity in her papers. The Fashion
brought the news that Com. Paulding of the United 3
encern prisonis, ~ irinsf ag' en to the U. S.
(loop of lar sratogao benoi once to-Torfolk
ra- The General waisent on r to doliver him
elf upnimmodlatelgrtote oauthorilles of the United
Itates. The news of Wallke's fate" did not produce
By exeise ire. Many of our "Young Ameri= I
as, have beeq to'Cdaliforia,'Toie, Florida, Cuba
and ansas, an"comelaok home satisfied that expe- t
tions (!) apd.emigrations' are u6. what they are I
racked up to be. t.Fillibiiiten.ds decidedly at a I
lacoiut in Charleston.
Te proprietors .f our Steam Work Shops and
;team,Boat Lines are applying ta.Council for the use
f'th owater of the Artesian Well hlch ttey say is
ess dstructive to.the shells of boilers *d can be af
rded much-cheaper than any ut water in Use.
The Cotton Market has been very quiet, and prices
asimming a downward. tendency; 'About 8000 Bales
nave-been sold-ja 8i @ 91; the--advices by the Per
la produced a eeJlne of. 3 (i $; very small arrivals
)f,, Wheat; Flour -verydull, 3000 Sacks brought
2$7j Corn .(NorthCarolig) 65A 68; Hay, 1300
Bales North River sold at 8jta.; lalt 60 @ 75; Ba
ion, prime sugarauredrn' li demand at 15 ets.;
Lard 113 0'12; Sugar,Lo draw 71 @ 8.; Cu
ba Museovado 7@( 8; Rice, 3; Molasses, N.
0.85 @ 871; Cuba layed 26'@ 26; Museovado in
blis. 80 @ 81e.;iOandles, Adamantine 24} @ 26;
0k leiton Taiow14((15; Bagging Gunny 11 @
SBale Rope, Western 10 (c 41; Charleston Fae.
tory Oetf; Rio Cofee 101@ 11.
.teenshares of the Plantec(h Mechanics Bank
a o o A 5$ 20 Rail Road Bank 961; 20
b208 6 per cent State
Stok $9A -$t;0 Bills oni and 109 @ 109ots.
p'eri In I'5a5e 520 5 80(New York 60 days
a@-1 porereena ldisount, 30 days par 3 per cent pre
mium.. . . - d CLAUDE.
Ti*NEW c 'Boos.-This bold, fear
less an ndejpei emit'journal: is now published
by Horton,. vn & Cog-nd deserves pub
lie patr.ona for its true congrvatism. On the
eution or sl y, no paer i the Union has
done r'erlice tthe~e, se of the Consti
tution. 3 r. Van Evre, who;: on that subject, is
thorough eootlnue% his able articles
with au i t irnestaess.-South Caro
e house of one Brook
ing, a or M e, wau burned on Satur
and fte after the fire, were
foeld 00 in=.g , and ilver, fused by the
heat. -fold.s l -ad been in the habit of
hiding -his mon ne heaps and walls on
the farm where . a long stocking full
of silver coin *88 found in aistone heap, 1Iy his
brother,*ashort time ago. At the time of the
fire he had six l undred-dglars in bills, and the
silver and gold ound inbe cellar, stowed away
under the chamben.loor, next the fatening. It
was a sight toheold (says a correspondent) to
sm the old miser frantically calling upon the
bystandersua phoo him.
FEMMEnW*NED.-S The1atost census of Ore.
go exhibits.a reurarkable disparity of the sexes,
While the inles-uuiber 26,000, there are only
16i00 females. Tis excess of males is one of
the-fectiliaiphenomena o our new territories.
indis'ti-be found more of less, in all of them.
[t arises froni the~'eat nuiiber of single young
oxen rho.emjgrate in searca; of better fortunes
to the newhiettleme.ts, ' ere land is cheap,
Ark abundant and the ;uis of living easier
if aess. Kansas, it is said, is the most unfor.
unate of all'or new Pacific territories in this
FarE N on&NursaCE. We congratulate the]
people of Oregon upon the result of the popu
ar vote upon the provisioels of their new Con
titution, prohibiiting free negroes forever from
ettling in that State. It will save them from
ae of the moat aboyninable nuisances that can
be infieted upon-iny certinunity. If we could
id Pennsylanianjd.ablitcl population by any
reasonable perisoal*ieifacne, we would make it
hearfflly." ,The Consti 'on of' Oregon pro
ibits piaper .mdriey and free miggers.
Eh-p' peopl-gle. ustitution.-Phila
FinrE AnOU'T ER's SUanENDEr.
Walker shed tears when he hauled down his flag
m surrendering to the United States forces. He
tates further that the Captain of the Brunswick
expressed his intention of dislodging Walker if
.he United States Commodore diia not do so, andl
hat Walker and his men had resolved..'to fight
o the death before surrendering to the' British,
;hongh they had determined to yield to the Unii
:ed States authorities. A mine was laid with all
;he spare ammiunitioni, and the British were to
have been blown to eternity. Walker was well
provisioned, and had plenty of munitions of war.
Du L.IsE iN Fr.oUL.-Withlin the last four or
ive days, says the Selma (Ala.) Sentinel of the
30th It.1 flour has taken a consider,able tumble
lownwards in this market, in conmequencee of the
Limense qjuantity on hand. Perhaps at no time
since the existence of Selnma as a town has their
ben more or even as much Hiour in the market
t one time as is now here. - The consequense is
easily to be conjectured. Flour that was selling
a few weeks ago at $4 to $4-? per hundred, is
ffered now at $2 25 to $2 50-and their seems
to be but little selling at these low figures.
UNFIT TO LsvE.-Patrick Slavin who was re
ently hung at St. John, N. B., for the murder
f the McKenzie family, confessed that, after the
lder members of that family had been butchered
little girl, about three years old, innocently
beld up her little doll and offered it to him if he
would not kill her. The little innocent's offerin"
was refused, and the inhuman monster mnurdereca
her ! Such an incarnate demon was unfit to
taint the atmosphere.1
A decision of interest to the railroad travel
lng public has been renidered in Boston. A,
nan purchased a ticket for a certain point, and
n board the train received a check.. He got
ff at a station on the way and stayed over one
:lay, when lie took another train for his destina
;ion. The conductor decided that the check I
was not good, it having been issued for the pre-.
rious day, and insisted on the man a gain paying
his fare. This lie refused to do, and he was ar
rested at the suit of the Comnp any on a charge
af an attempt to defraud. The parties 'were
heard before a justice, who decided thbat the
Dompany was wrong, 'and that the mian was
A CATHOLIC Pius'r BURNED TO DAH
ew nights ago a fire occurred at the residenice
af the Rev. B3enard McCabe, the Catholic p astor
in a village in Franklin county, Canada, by
which that gentleman lost his life. It is sup
posed the flames communicated to the bed
~lothes from a lamp. The door and casings of
ihe room and the bedstead were completely char
red, and everything indicated that the fire had
meen burning for a long time, anid it is more
han probable that the priest was dead before
;he fire was discovered. The body when taken
'rom the room was a horrible sight blackened
md burned and crisped till the feh fell from
,he limbs, and one of his arms burnsed off to the
MaiaED, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. S. P. Getben,
. 0. H. TuILLxAM and Miss M. Lonxax Roran, all
Love is the only'cord that binds.
Those sincere hearts together,
Each to the other so inclines,
That death alone will never.1
MARIED, on Wednesday the 22nd Dec., by 3. A.
ott, Eq.. Mr S. DERnReC:, ef Edgefield, and. Miss
aMrY SA WYER, of Lexington District.!
MAnRRIn, on Tuesday, 21st Dec., by 3. A. Lolt,
isq., Mr. CREED and Miss MARTHA LYInAND, all of
MAaED, on the 2ith of Dec., by Rev. 3. P. Rodio,
fr. Jossrn' BUzzAnD and Miss SAuLIN, daughter of
Vm. Murrell, REq., all of Edgofiold.
,3y the same, on the 27th o( Dec., Mr. WILLrAM H.
fIoHT and MienLOCNA daughter of Harvest,
'urner, all of Edgefield.
MARRID, on 22nd Dee., by Rev. D. D. Brunson, (
[r. . U.H. Enrxorins and MBss K. E. Cocuwrs, all of
0 B IT U A RY.
Dirn at his brother's residence, near Silverton, on
lie 1'-th December, Mr. J. ELDRED SIMKINS, in the
9th year of his age.
Mr. Sni rss was one of that family of Old Edge
.ld, which have long been noted for high tune as
entlemen, for social virtues, and for intellectual gifts.
Iis own character and performances have added )us
ro to his distinguished name, and reputation to his
tate. Mr. Snxrixs was among the earliest to tender
is services in the Mexican War, and was enrolled in
'ompany "D." (Brook' 'Company) of the P'ametto
legiment. Vigorous and hardy, he marched and
ought-throughout the campaign, mingling in all the
cenes of hardship and suffering, and participating in
he heroic com1bats and splendid victories in which his
plant Regiment was engaged. The march hence to
Nobile-the concentration at Lobos Island-the de
arkation and capture of Vera Cruz-the dreadful
ramp over burning sands to Alvarado and back,
which destroyed more of the Palmettoes than the ene
ny's balls did-the struggle at Contreras-the une
ual and bloody, but glorious battle of Churubusco
'Portalis)-in all these SBxxxs bore an unshrinking
nd uncomplaining part. Cheerful en route-jovial
mnd genial in bivouac-intrepid amid the 'blaze of
nusketry-and withal, most unassuming and modest,
ie exerted the best influence on the drooping spirits
>f the weary, and aided to stimulate in his comrades,
hat display of lofty courage and indomitable tenaci
ty, which won the admiration of the Army, and is now
inscribed imperishably on the page of history.
When General Quitman called on the Palmettoes
hr volunteers to join . the forlorn hope in his attack
m Chapultepec, Suiztrs was the first one to step out
>franks, and called to his friends to "come on," who
promptly followed the example. Among the seven
Palmettoes who united in that desperate charge,
through showers of balls and to the cannon's mouth,
5flrrus alone escaped unhurt. Walking about while
the enemy were still uring, he was asked what he was
fter, and to seek cover. "No," said he, "I am
looking for my friend Watson, who is wounded, to
iivo him a drink, and I'll fnd him if I am killed for
t." He was at the causeway, at the Garita, and
through the concluding drama. His Commanding
enoral pronounced him the best soldier he had ever
seen. Such commendation from Geon. Quitman, speaks
the discerning officer, and the meritorious subordinate,
md speaks too, an eulogium of which any soldier
should be proud.
To the bravery of the soldier-and no one was ever
noro fearless, Mr. Snxxigs united those noble, social
ralts which touch the sympathetic chord of his kind,
tad command an unfaltering attachment. He was
uniable, generous to a fault; true in his friendships,
>layful and entertaining in his intercourse, and star
ing in his integrity. The frankness of his nature
Wlsarmed hostility, while the qualities of his heart
ndeared him to a circle of ardent friends. H.
0 ONKEERGIA L,
HAMBURG, Jan. 4.
Corrox.-Our Cotton market has been quite dull
luring the past two weeks, and prides have gradually
leelined. Within the past week there were sales
nade at Si cents, but the latest advices from Europe
vero unfavorable, which will cause a still further de
line. We now qudte as Extremes 6 to 8. K.
CunIILESTOx, Jan. 2, 1 P. M.
Corro.-The inclemency of the weather and the
orrifying accounts by the Niagara, have completely
uspended operations to day.
AUGusTA, January, 1.
Corrox.-The market is depressed, prices unsettled
md tending downwards. Sales made to-day show a
lecline of te. The lower grades are particularly neg
acted. Prices range from 7 to 9 cents.
New Yoax, Jan. 2.
Corrox.-Salesof Cotton to-day 1,000 bales. iid
ling Uplands 8j cents. Flour heavy. Wheat very
lull. Corn buoyant, but unchanged.
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Mrs.. Hardy, Xo,. 119 Suffolk street, writes us that
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rears, andl that she usedl a rial of 1)r. X'PLane's Ceera
'ed ermifuage, preparedlby Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
a., which larought away over ffiy large corm.. Her
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hild whicha had been unwell for better than two
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A ugusta, Dec 15 if - 49
DR.5.GR1 BLEY, having located 7
Dmiles Nort.h of Edgefleldl U. HI., at the former
esilence oif Mr. Bennett Hlolland, offers hais .Pro
essbnal services to the citizens of the surrounding~
soury in the practice of MIEDICINE, S URGE
itY aid OBSTEiTRICS. He solicits a reaasonable
ahare of public patronage.
Dracing Acade my.
P R(O. ., W. BIGGI respectrully an
nounwms to the Ladies and Gentlemen of'Edge
ed, thathe will open a DANCING CLASS8 in
he Masone & Oddl Fellows' Hall, on Saturday the
th Januait 1858, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and would
alsmo return \is thanks for the very liberal patronage
estoired on haim ina thi place last season ; and
ould say tothoiso who have patronized him, that
te would be ileased to have their children again.
The fashiotable LANCER'S QUADRILLE,
chith a numbemof new and beautiful Dances, danced
the first circes of Paris and London ltast winter,
cill e taught 4- J. W. B.
Jan 6 tf 52
Millinery und Dress Making.
RS E. TiBHAMILTON begs leave
Lto inform bet friends and patrons that she
emoved to that ptt of Col. M. Frazier's Store
lonse last occupied-by himself, next door to T.
loot's where she wvoild be glad to receive a con
inuastion of the patremage heretofore so liberally
estowed, and for whira she now returns her thank.
In addition to M1tiRNERY and DRESS MA
EING, she will keep avariety of Goods in her line.
Being very much invanat of money, she would
e glad to have all thaat se indebted to her, to calL
ad settle as soon as thei possibi;' can.
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E dg eflel d H u z ars, .
YOare hereby ordered to appear at your
parade ground at Edgefield C. HI., on Sat .
urday, the 80th inst., prepared for drill.
Pursuant to an order from Cul. Buaarss, there a
will e an election held on that day for Second lal
Lieutenant. By order of J. B. GRIFFIN, Capt.
J. J. Buacu, Clerk. ' .sin
Jan6, 4t 52 ed,
OTICE !-A1 persons indebted to the Es- 0
tate of George MeD. Rearden are requested ea
o mnake immediate settlement ; ad those having gn
demands against the Estate will please present in
them forthwith, properly attestedl. an
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Jan. 6, if 52.
OTICE-All persons indebted to the sub
serier, or to Mrs. Rosla Blaluek, can settle
ith e until salb day in Fehruary next-ater A
hat time with my attorney. t
Jan.6P. R. BLALOCK.
N. B.-I have three Negro men to hire for the ,
OUND and left at this office, a GOLD i
BR EA ST PIN, which the owner can obtain 3
hy proving proporty and paying for this adveriJe- for
Jan .6, ' $ e .
The Cash System for 1858.
lIE inberiber again notiGes his patrons and
L friends that le desires to do a
STRICT CASH BUSINESS
nring tIe ear 1858. Having adopted it last
ear, and belng;'well satisfied with Its workings -
'.hesitates not't'o say that the CASIL SYSTEiI
fir the best and most pleasant manner to carry
a any kind:of--Merantile business. It is best for
e-befor'atid'seller. It enables the consumer toob
tin better bargains, and the Merchnnt, who Is eon
tantly turning his capital, can "nef'rd to sell his
;oods at a smaller profit and make more money
tan his nest door Merchant, who does a credit DWG
I will keep constantly on hand a full supply of
BOOKS AND STATINERY
Of every description.
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONARY, TOBACCO, SEGARS,
VINES, SPICES, VINEGARS, &e,
hich T will still as heretofore 'nt lowu igirs for
ash. Let everybody-one and all-try the Cash
ystem for the next twelve months, and-at the end
f 1858, we will all.be a better and happit peep.
-0. L. PENN, Kyr .Z
.Tan 6 tf 52
THE Exercises of these -Institutions .wJl" 1e res
Tsumedon the frst Monday in February next,
rder'the supervision of:My. J&MES MORRIS
a the Female, and A. P. BUTLER, Esq,, In the
Mr. Mounts has had nine or ten years experience
n teaching ; and came to this piae highly' reeom
ended by those for whom he- had taught, aan
thers, and a year's experience here -has proven he
entitled to the high testimonials bestowed upon
im. and we cheerfully and contidentially commend
im to the public as one well calculated to "advance
upils entrusted to his care. He will aso super
ise the most advanced pupils in the Maio depart
Mr. Burz.es', capabilities to teach. :sad. manage
re so well, known that we deem it unnecessary to
y anything in regard to his merits.
Prof. BARKLEY will Instruet in Music and
French. He Is reputed to be a thorough Fimneh
Hates of Tuition.
Primary Branohes, per Session,......9,00
Second Class " " .. ...12,0
Third-Class " " . .......15,00
Fourth Class 0" " .......18,00
French, extra " " .......20,00
Music, " " " .......25,00
Contingent expenses " " ....... 50
H. A. SHAW, See'ry.
Jan 6 tf 52
Pine Grove School,
F HIR exercises of this School will commence on
Monday ast February next. We have em
iloved Dr. LEWIS B. BOCHELLE again.
Rates of Tuition, for Latin and Greek languages
l36.00, per scholastic year; Chemistry, Maihemat
es,1Natural Philosophy,History and Botany, $25.00;
fnglish Grammar and. Geography $16.00, and
12.00 for Pr.mary branches.
M1. M. PADGETT, Seo'ry B. T.
Jan.6. 2t -52
2ND TEGIMENT CAVAT.RY, j
LoXenitas, January 4,1858.
)RDER, NO -
CN pursuance of orders fron Brig. Gen. Paay
xAY, an Election is hereby ordersd to be held
It the several Company rendeavous on Friday the
t February niext, for -MATJOR of the Edgefleld
quadron of Cavalry, to fill the vacancy occaOsioned
py the resignation of Maj. S. S. Touracls.
The Captains of each Company with the assis
anec of the LIetenants will mannage the E'eetiuon,
md will meet at Edgefleld C. IH., on the following
Iy, count the votes, deeliAkh'e election, and re
iort the re'sult to Brig. Genr Perrymnan.
By order of . J. 1BUliIIS3, Col.
J. M.l~inna, Adj't.
JanG 6 St:' -5
State or South Carodina,
Emeline Cogbnrn, ---
M vs.Hostin. Oill'for Parttion.
La Fayette Cogbui-n,et alJ
BY virtue of an order from Chancelhlor Warth
Llaw, in this cause, I will sell, on thes 27th
lanuary Instant, at the late .residence or Johnd M.
logburn, dee'd., the Tract of Land described in
hebill, as containing FOU UitlUN I~tRULA AND
IlFTY A CRES, more or less, and adjoining lands
' Jesse Cogburn, Carson Warren and others...
Tienxs o7 SALE-A credit of one and two 'years
romn the day of sale, witheiriterbe4 alter the expira
onl of one year, excepit qa to so much a. will 40
ray the costs of suit which must bte piid in cash.
'urchasersn to give hon.l with adegqnate sureties to
enre the putrchiase money.
A. SiMKINS, C E.R.D.
Jan 4 3t 52
STATE OF SOUTHl CAROLINA,
William T. West, )Domestic Aluachment.
John C. Thomnas.)
By Virtue of an order from his Honor Judge
). L. Wardlaw, in the above stated case, I will
roceed to sell at the late res:dence oif the Defen
ant, on the 15th day of January next, the follow
g goods and chattles of the said Defendant, to
it, One lot of Chairs, two Chests, two Tables, 1
ecrtary, 1 Safe, 1 Clock, 1 Bugguy and harness,
Beds and bedding, 4 Eed-Steads, 1 Gun, 1 Lot
f .$eed Cotton, Tables, 2 Cows and one Calf,
Lot wagon wheels, 1 Spinning wheel, 1. Cross
ut Saw, 1 Log chain, 1 Lot cooking utensils, 1
ellows and AnvIl, 2 Sows and 6G Shoats. I Los of
-o 1 Grind Stone, 1 Lot of Corn and 1 Lot of
rokery. Terms of sale-Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, 5.B.D.
Dee. 31, 185'7. 2te 52,
Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
meni directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge-.
d C. H., on the first Monday in Feb. next, the
lowing property in the following cases to wit:
David Denny vs. Jesse Sehumpert ; other Plain
's vs. the same,'O db Tract of land containing
11 A cres, more or less, adjoining lands of Wsi.
oknight, J. W. Schumpert and others..
Mark Ethredge vs. Allen Franklin,'John Quat
ibm and Julius Day, one Tract of land contain
g Two thousand Acores, mnore or less, adjoining
ds of Gen. James Jones, KisiahSwearengin and
her-levied on as the property of the Defendant
James Stalnaker, for another, vs. Thomas Stains
tr, One Tract of land containing one hundred ad
rty Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs..
ancy Owensby,'IJ andy Buekl.altcrand others
ere James Stalnaker now resides.
JAS. EIDSON, a. D.
Jan.6 6, 4t *52
HE STATE OF SOUTH 9AROLINA,
.N mORDINA RY.
Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefleld
Whereas, 1. 0.'Talman hath applied torme for Let
sof Administration on all and singular the goods -
I chattles, rights and credits of Albert T. Traylor,
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
rhese are,-therefore, to cite and admonIsh anl and a -
glar, the kindred and creditors of the said dees
,so be and appear before me, at our nexn Ordinary's
rt for the said District, to be holden at Edgeileld
H., on the 13th day of Januarynesu., so show
e, ifany,whythesaid administrationshouldnot he
iven under my hand and seal,thibs30th day Qf.Dec.
the year of our Lord one, thousand eight hundred
SSlty seven and In the 82nd year of Americana
lepedenc. ~ F. DURJSOE,0 E. D'.
eembher 30O - :.e .
IONEY 1UONEV!-AII those who are.
Lindebted to the subscriber, either by..Note or
count,. mist come forward .und pay UPr unless
y want to-pay cost. I-am determine to settle
debts, and cannot do it without money;
- . JESSE P. BODIE.
HER1 BY give notice that after tui--Arst day
of January next, I shall cliarge the EIGKH
ran6 858 .. I.Y. L. PARTLOW..
ra. 88 /"