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sticks of wood, in tlic neighborhood of
. Bennett's lumbor mill, we nrc told, wero
flying about in the air as if they were bo
many reeds. It passed over Ashley river,
took tho form of a water spout, follewcd
the bank of the river, and exploded
T T_1 1
Vfc have heard of several other incidents
ccnnectcd with this phenomenon,
but not with sufficient particularity as
to warrant us in attempting to detail
F<ro>n the South Carolinian.
ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA.
On Friday night we received the following
despatch, which wo issued in our
extra, on Rnfur^otr ~ *
? v*..y uiui '"uy w uur wwn
The most cheering intelligence is the
continued advance in cotton, which has
not only gone up one-eighth since the
last steamer, but is still rising.
In consequence of the advance in the
raw material and a consumption greater
than ever known, [the words of the do- |
i i - ' * *
u|jnv\zii,j o^iKitvra nitve uuvancea a Halfpenny
on the price of their goods.
Parliament nas been prorogued until
the Oth August. The Cholera is raging
badly in London. A sevore fight oocurred
in Ireland between a party of
Catholics and Orflnrvomim in net.?
&v.Mvii| m ifutgil UHJf
were killed and wounded.
No material change has taken place in
the nolitical condition of France.
The Hungarians have gained other victories
over the combined army of Austria
Tho KnlJAf it- -
* MV UVUUi V/AlOM-tUUw mo 1'opc Will
soon return to Rome.
Since then we have received the following
additional items of the news:
Front the Baltimore Sun, Augiisi 3.
England.?The Parliament is to be
prorogued on the 0th of August, The
L-tU- V:-L T > - - V
uiuuun nuiuu uuru orougnam previous*
ly announced his intention of making in
reference to the French expedition at
Rome, was laid on the Peers' table on
Friday. The resolutions embraced a j
wide range of subjects, and implied direct |
*1-- e i? --? * *
vcuouic uu tuc lurcign policy oi ine government.
Of this fact it is understood
that the envoys and agents of Northern
Italy and Sicily will be duly notified.
During the last week there were 380
deaths of cholera reported in London,
double the number of tlio preceding week.
Along the whole of the southern coast it
is raging in u vwy malignant form, and
4 Via mArfolUtr A x ??
v?>v >uutw?ivj to ?oij( uictkt. ai> Liverpool
the disease is rapidly increasing.
Ireland.?This country continues generally
exempt from the scourge of oqolcra.
On the 7th of July a very eericuS collision
took place between a party of armed
Orangemen and a party of Catholics
near Castle Wilftm. Ihe Orange party
having celebrated the day at Tailymorc,
while passing a defile called Daily's Bree,
on their way home, found themselves
WttvlllVA/l on/1 oil J ??? ?
uiiu uu ?iic uaosva ana surrounding
hills occupied by innumerabl Roman
Catholics, armed with picks and firearms,
plainly contemplating a general
massacre. The Protestants, aided by a
small police and the military, stood upon
the defence. They succeeded, after a
short struggle, in forcing their way thro'
the pass. In the contest forty or fifty
persons arc said to have beon tilled anH
wounded on both sides? much the greater
number being Roman Catholics. Thirty-eight
Catholics were taken prisoners.
The Cork Examiner alluding to the
potato crop, says that th? disease has
certainly appeared in a few fields, but it
is equally certain that the general crop is
France.?The committee of the Lecis
lative Assembly to whiah the question of
prorogation was referred, has comc to
the unanimous decision of reoonr?mendinfl[
that the Assembly should be prorogued
from the 15th of August to the 16th of
The Nationelle announced that the
Prince of .Canino, son of Lucien Bonaparte,
and ex-President of the Roman
Constituent Assembly, had been arrested
by order of 4he Government.
It is said that, havipjj claims against
bis cousin, Louis Napoleon, for money
lent in aid of his election, the Prince came
4A ilAMAnni) 1*
tv A >wiivv wr uvu/aiiu LVf VUV lit 'UOIII D UUIl"
duet against Rome having stirred up his
anger. The Prince, however, it is bettered,
will not be imprisoned, but forced
to embark either for England or America,
The eleotion to fill the 85 vacancies in
the Legislative Assembly, has turned out
much more, favorable to the Government
than wm anticipated.. With one exception,
all of the newly elected members
will support the government it long aa &
majority holds together.
The ouestiona of a Consulate for lif*?.
the Empire?Henry the Fifth, and the
Count do Pari*-?am openly discussed in
the Assembly. A change of Ministry is
considered ?a event almost certain to occur
within* very short time.
The progress or investigating the affairs
of the 18th of Jmo has become active,
owin? to tome arrest recently made,
there ha^g been a discovery of an im'
Italy.?The Popo has addressed an
autograph letter to General Oudiuot on
the occasion of receiving from him the
keys of the city of Rome. Hi3 Ilolimss
congratulates tlio General on tl??
| of ordor in Rome, and expresses a hope
that Divine Providence will remove any
difficulties that may still exist.
He adds that he has not censed to direct
his prayers to Heaven for the General,
the city, and the French notion.
This letter was dated Gaeta,. July 5th.
Cardinal Piroli and the Marquis of Cachety
had arrived at Ilome from Gaetn on
j Preparations are making at Home
I which leads to the supposition that Pius
is expected to return to the Quirinal, all
the wounded having been removed from
that Palace. The French are doing all
they can, and distributing money freely
I to get up a cry in his favor but in vain.
The Roman troops which had at first
agreed to do duty conjointly with the
I T?i>amaU '
. .vmiii, me leaving, and the whole re-j
| maining force of Koman soldiers i,s less
I than one thousand. Of these latter mai
ny were anxious to leave, Lut General
t Oudinot would not permit it.
I The Pope's engineers having been ask- ,
ed to make a demonstration in his favor,
refijsed, preferring to quit the service. 1
.uu>i-uws vui ui luiiy-mree resigned,
and the whole rank nnd file disbanded.
The same thing occurred in the artillery?-all
the officers having resigned,
with the exception of three captains und
a sergeant, giving as u reason that the an*
thorities had refused tn crivA.
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precise guarantee as the protection of the
rights of the people. Garahaldi succeeded
in making his escape from the French
division, which was put upon a fhlse
scout. He is now in the mountain of
Abruzzi. Previous to his departure'
from Rome he had seourcd a large quantity
of ammunition and military stoi cs.
Another account states that GahruMi
is on the Neapolitan frontier, where he
has been joined by another body of troops, j
and formed, it is said, a body of 20,000
The recent expedition ngainst Venice
j has been discontinued, in consequence of
the fatal prevalence of fever and other
sickness amongst the Austrian troops,
caused by excessive heat and hard work.
Hungary.?The Turkish ambassador
at Paris is said to have received a despatch
on ine lutn, by courier, that the Polish
General Bern had again completely defeated
the Russian forces.
Advices from Vienna of the 13th July,
state that Buda-Pesth surrendered to the
Austriuns and Russian rroops on the 11th,
From a report of Gen. Haynan, addressed
to the Emperor of Austria, it appears
that a very sharp conflict took place
on the 11th. before Comorn, between the
Hungarian forces and the combined armies.
The Magyars fought fiercely, but
uie ivusmans claim ine victory.
Another account of this battle states
that 180 pieces of cannon were brougt
into the Seld by the Hungarians, and tne
loss sustained by the latter in artillerymen
may be estimated among the circumstances.
Nothing could be more com
piete thAn the defeat ot the united Russian
and Austrian armies under Hay nan.
He was obliged to fall back on Kaab,
where his headquarters are at present,
which city is filled with wounded, 5000
of whom he haa been obliged to send to .
Presburg. But for the timel ; arrival of |
the Prussians to cover his retreat, llaynan
and his staff would have been captured,
[Telegraphed for Baltimore ?uh."|
POLITICAL MOVEMENT IN CANADA^
A FEDERAL UNION CONTEMPLATED.
Montreal, August 1.
The Convention which assembled here I
has determined upon recommending a
consolidation of the North American provinces.
The address to the people of
Canada was to have been brought up and
read yesterday. It will be a recommendation
of the Federal Union to their constituents.
It is the intention of the city
of Kingston to present to the convention
an /41'abo mtitvicifm/v aniifa annnim.
?Il nuuivqo IIHJUIWIIU^ VI1VII VIIMI V WUUUi *
rcnce in their deliberations.
Canadian Affairs?Madame Laborde.
The convention has declared itself "en
permanence." The proclamation, calling
the Provincial Parliament together, is to
| be the notice ?ov ihe convention to as;
scmble. The address to the people of
Canada has been carried unanimously.
A fracas occurred at Madame Laborde's
concert room lasft evening, The
French Canadians called for the "Marseilles,"
and the result was that some of
the officers and civilians drovo them out
VI (tl|C 11UUOC,
Is hereby given that application will
be made to the next Legislature for an
Act incorporating the Village of Pickens
vi lie. , ,
August 11, 1849. I2-8b?.
A Cat^p meeting, at Twelve Mile
Camp Ground, In Piok??s District, will
commence on Thursdayv the 10 th inat.,
including the third Sunday in August.
August 4, 1940.
air i an i uwtmmmmmmm i i i i m
Wb ackrtdWlcJgo tlio receipt this weok, of
tho follotting sum*, from tho persons below
Nathnu fclliott, Pickens 0. II., II 60
John C&peh&rt u " 1 60
Ciipt, It.F. Morgan " " 160
W. K. Alexander, " " 1 60
W. Dowis, " M i
W. M. Brewer, " i 00
W. F. Ticrco, " " 1 60
Capt.S.R. MeFall, " " X 50
II. A. Moor?, Twelve Mile, 1 60
J. H. McKinnoy, White Path, Oa., X 50
Jas. Part-on*, Sr., Gilatrnp's, 1 60
Capt. I. Hollingsworth, " I 60 1
J. A. Ballengcr, West Union, 160
Joseph Jackson, Parker'B Store, 1 60
Jeremiah Trainham, Dacunvillo, 1 60
Hulct Hunt., " I 60
J. M. Wnkefiold, Duo West Corner, 1 60
J. J. Harkncps, Esq., StorevilkL 1 60
Thcodoro G._Trimmt??, " 1 60 i
a. r. liove, Trov, Ala., 1 60
Alox. Allgood, Esq., Wolf Creek, 1 60
August 11, 1849.
Tha 2nd Regiment of S. C. M. will 1
parade; at Hall s on Tuesday the 21st of 1
August next, by 10 o'clook, a. m., for ;
xwuviow una inspection.
Commissioned and non-commissioned .
Officers will assemble on tho day pro- <
vious for drill and exercise.
Officers and Soldiers are ordered to
appear armed and equipped as the law ,
By order of Col. A. Brick, !
E. M. KEITH, Adj't,
2nd Reg't. 8. C. M.
July 28, 1840, 11-tdp ]
[Conrad Zinck.] [H. Huoute.l ,
TVT ic.^ -*mr i V* **
n jik w rijtiiTi.
The subscribers have entered into Co* .
partnership in the Cabinet Making Business;
and will keep constantly on hand
a variety of Bureaus, Sideboards,
Ladies' Toilettes, .
Tables, fancy or plain.
Together with a general assortment of
plain Furniture, which they will sell low
Furniture of any description
made to order with neatnaxR nnd
with prices to suit the times.
Repairing done at short notice. ,
ZINCK <fe HUGHES.
Pickens C. H., July 21, 1840. 10
Charleston, June 18, 1840.
ORDER NO. 5.
The following Regiments will parade
for Review and Drill, at the times and
The 10th? Regiment, of Infantry at
Richardson's on Tuesday the 31st of July
The *7th Regiment at the Old Wells,
on Tuesday the 2d of August.
The 2d ^Regiment of Cavalry, at Long
Myers, on Thursday the 9th of August.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry at Morrow's
Old Field on Saturday the 11th of
The 6th Regiment at Lomax's, on
Tuesday the 14th of August.
The 4th Regiment near Varennea, on
Thursday the 18th of August.
The 42d Regiment, at Minton's, on
Saturday the 18th of August.
The 2d Regiment, at Hall's, on Tues~
day the 21st of August.
The 5th Regiment, at Hunter's, on
Thursday the 23d of August.
The lfit Regiment of Cavalry, at
Piclcensville, on Saturday the 26th of
The 3d Regiment of Infantry, at
Toney's old 6tore( on Tuesday the 28th
The 1st Regiment at Breton's, on Friday
the 31st of August.
The'Commissioned and non-Commissioned
Offices, "will assemble the day^pre
vious 10 me review ot their several Regiments,
on their respective parade grounds
for drill and instruction.
An inspection of Arms of every company,
will take place immediately after
the review of each Regiment.
The Major General will, with his staff,
attend the reviews, aleo, the Brigadier
Generals, with their staffs, in their respective
Brigades, and are further charged
?: * *?
vtivii viip cmciimuii ui mis otqct.
By order of the Commander-in-chief.
J. W. CANTEV, Adj. a In. Gen.
June 27. 8'
July II, 1840.
ALL Communications addressed to
His Excellency, Governor SEA BROOK,
should be directed to Columbia, until the
1st October next,
B. T. WATTS,
I have lodged in J nil a likely NEGRO
FELLOW, and authorieed Col. M. M.
Norton to sell him.
W. S. Gftl&HAM.
August- i, 1849. 12 tf
Son* of X?mperane?<
The Celebration of Pickens Division of
the Sons of Temperance baa been postponed
from, the 20th Augu#t nest, until
i the 12th of September nejti
in* re% . - J?
W. M. IftlMMIIH, K. B? . ' .
P. D. 0. T.
! JulyM, 1840. 11
The District Meeting- will be held at
Pickens C. H. on Wedncsduy before the
3rd Lord's day in September next; instead
of the 3rd Monday in August, as
nw ? ? ? ?
vru Kiev uny uiiuiy persona will he en- 1
gaged at a Camp-meeting and drilling for ,
JOSEPH GRISIIAM, Prisidint.
July 20. 1849. 11
BR. \V. EARLE,
TsNDsns lits Professional Services tn
the citizens of Pickeus Yilloge and the
District. He can always be found at his
Office, or at the residence of Iuaj. W.L.
Kf.ith, unless professionally engaged.
He has received a fresh assortment of
Drugs and Medicines, which he will sell
Pickens C. H., July 28, 1840. 11
Remaining in tlie Post Officc at Pickens C
H., Quarter ending 80th June, 1849, which if
not taken out within three months will be 6ent
to the Post-Office Department ae dead letterG.
Daniel D. Alexander, I Jeremiah Moody,
3am'l. Alberson, Rev. A. A. Morse, 2
M. Oh??.<IUv > t
...x.v.v. , uauiuo uiurgtUJ,
Daniel Alexander, Jr., Stephen Nicholson,
Joseph Burns, Wm. Newton,
Messrs. M. Morehead a James Neal;
Nicholas Bacon, Gincns Nix,
W atson Collins, Jesse Qglesby^
fas. E. Calhoun. John Owens,
^on^rd Capeha^t, Mrs. Mary Stephens,
[ncs Doila, Miss Harriet Spillor,
U A Edge, CoL M. O. Talniap,
Wm. Oasawfiy, 2 Charles Thompson,
T?o w o?. ? ?
" X> , Aiqcanuer wintc.
?"* <* Wm. Howard, J. E. A R. Williams,
D. H. Kennemcrc, Robert Wilson,
Jacob Lewis, Mrs. E. Wilkin-on,
Hiram L. Whitwortb.
t i h i o j n V' ALEXANDER, P.M.
July 1, 1849.
Cheap as the Cheapest!
Tub oubscriber respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally, that
be is receiving at 3hort intervals a
HANDSOME SELECTION OF
Hardware Sc Cutlery,
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, |
Drugs and Medicines,
(fee. <fcc. (bo.
All selected expressly for this market and
will be sold positively as cheap as the
cheapest for cos/i.
S. R. McFALL.
Pickens C. H., S. C.)
May 18, 1849. f 1 tf
SOUTH., CAROLINA INSTITUTE.
For the Promotion of Arts,
The Fisrt AnnualFair of the above
Institute will be held in Charleston, commencing
on Wednesday, 17 th October
next, and continue open during the week.
Specimens of Art, Ingenuity, Mechanical
Skill and Industry of every
description, is solicited for the Exhibition
from nil the Squthern States, and
Premiv*18 will be awarded to those pre*
senting the beat specimens.
As this is the first effort made in the
Southern States to advance the Mechanic
Arts, by means of annyal Fairs similar to
those that proved so beneficial to the
Northern Mechanics, the Board of Managers
earnestly solicit the co-operation of
all who feel an interest in the prosperity of
thelSouth. and nnr*Pinl tri AWflYv Mr>rl?nni/v
- r ? r i ~'J |
Manufacturer, and nil persons engaged
in pursuits of skill and industry of whatever
description, to send 6ome specimon
to this Exhibition, nnd they hope that
every district in this State and of our
sister States will be represented at the
AH those who intend sending articles
for exhibition, will please give notice to
L. M. Hatch Chairman CTommitteee of |
Arrangements, at as early a day as posr
sibje, nnd every specimen sent will be
parefu}ly attended to and returned after
officers of the institute.
Wm. Greoo, PresidvRk
Wm. Kirkwood, 1st Vio?' President.
Wm. M. Lawton, 24 Vice President.
jlj. v. uy^&n| ucyiowijr?
H. 8. Grioos, Treasurer pro tem.
Joseph V/olker, G. N. Reynolds, Jr.,
J. H. Taylor, E. W. Edgerton, W. G. De
Sauesure, L. M. Hatch, C. D. Carr, H.
D. Walker. F. J. Piroher. D. N. M'lntosh,
C. Y. Richardson, Wm. Lebby.
JBjT* The following is a list of Premiums
to be awarded,
Fnv t.hft Wst Rnnc.inifin a ftiltrar M?da1.
and for the next best a Diploma.
f$? New Inventions a Geld Medal, at
fcbo discretion of the Committee.
Article* Of all kinds not named below
will be received, and premin^s awarded
for the same.
Design for Diploma for the S. C. Institute,
Painting in Oil,
fainting in Water Colours,
Miniature Painting, Pen Drawing,
Pencil Drawing, Crayon Drawing,
| Sculpture, Penmanship, '
Best mode of constructing "Wharves,
Best Press for Packing Cotton,
Best Rice Thrashing Machine,
Best Cotton Gin, best Refrigerator,
Best Plough, Churn, Washing Machine.
?tone Alison's Work, Carving in Wood.
Carpenter's Work by hand,
Carpenter's Work by Machinery,
Model of a Ship?sorjcimens of
Boat Builders Work, 8hip Joiners Work,
Pump and Block Making,
Mill-Wrights Work, Coopers Work,
Four Wheel Carriage, Budgie,
Uig or Sulkcy, Cart or Dray,
Steam Engine, Fiic Engine,
Turning in Brass, Iron or Wood,
Casting in Iron or Brass,
Iron Railing, Fcnccor Gate Work,
Brass or Copper Work, Locksmiths work,
Bell Hanging and Gunsmiths Work,
Instrument Makers Work,
Lamp-maker? and Jewelers Work,
Silversmith Work, Silver Plating;
Die Sinking, Lithography,
Encrrflvinrr rm SS???1 f ? T" 1
D ...g, v? or ?? wa,
Mechanical Dentistry, Cutlery,
Clock and Watch making,
Ornamental House Painting,
Ornamental Sign Painting,
Cabinet Work, Fancy Punting,
Book Printing, Fancy Binding,
Ruled and Bound Ledger,
Paper, Side of Solo Leather,
Side of planless Leather,
Calf Skin, dressed for boots,
Buggie or Sulkey Harness,
Cart or Dray Harness, Riding Saddle,
Beaver or Silk Hat, Cloth Cap,
Military or Fircmans Cap,
Pair of Boots, pair of Shoes,
Pair of Laidies Gaiters,
Pair of Ladies Slippers,
Tailoring, Umbrella or Parasol,
Ha\r Pvesaera Work, Gilding,
Stucco "Work, Modeling in rlaBtcr,
Tin Work, Plumbing, . v
Basket or "Wicker Work, Wooden War?,
Dyeing in Wool, Silk or Cotton,
Uphmsters Wprk, Mantau Making,
MiHnery, Sh\rt Making, Quilt*
Embroidery in Gold or Silver,
U4ftoromeyy in bilk or Worsted,
Omatfiental Hair Work,
Haw ?ilk, not less than 1-2 lb.
Weaving, Hand Loom,
Weaving ^pwer Loom,
Specimen of Cotton Yarn,
Pair Knitted Stockings, Sockc or Glove#,
Gimp, Fringe and Ornamental Weaving,
n T rt ? e
Refined Loaf Sugar, Pottery, Glass,
Wrought Nails, Gray Brick6,
Press Bricks, Fire Bricks,
Tallow, Sperm or Wax Candies,
Soda Water, Cake Making,
Starch, Flour, Cheese,
Butter, for winter use, not less than 10 lh?,
Turpentine, manufactured, Soap,
Manufactured Iron, Cut Nails,
June 30, 1849. 7-it
R M KFTTU
JLi JL JL
Attorney at Law,
Win. continue to practice in the Court*
of Law and Equity for the Western Circuit,
Business entrusted to his care will
meet with prompt attention.
n^-T-r^r. ? i X3 O /I
vii iva at x ll/AElia VUUU HUUBCi O. t/i
May 25, 1840. fr-tf
Dr. J. IV. Iiawrcnce.
Will attend punctually to nil calls in
the line of his profession. Unlesa absent
on professional business, he may be found
at his Office, or his private residence in
the Village. He also, has or. hand ft
aeneral aRsortmp.nt. nf merifoinM Whii?V?
he will furnish to cu&tomers at reduced
Pickens C. IT., S. C. )
May 18,1840. j" 1. If
BY ORDER OF THE COURT OF EQUITT,
i OFFER for6nle 3000 Acres of Fertile
land, lying on both fides of Twelve
Mile River, and on the road leading from
Pendleton Village to Pickens Court
House; being part of an Estate selected
when the whole eountry was vacant, embracing
the most desirable portion of it.
These Lands are well timbered, and
but ^ 8 miles from the termimia of the
Railroad now being constructed.
Applicition to be made to John T.
Sloan, Pendleton Village.
M. M GOLHOUN.
jtST "Laurensville Herald" will please
copy and forward account to this Office.
June 30. 7 tf.
J VST RECEIVED l
A Fresh Lot of Gent's Boots and Shot a,
Boys do., Ladies and Misses Slippers
and Ties; Gent's and Ladies' Sad dles,
Bridles, Whips, d'c., dtc.
Iron, Castings and Nails, cheapfor cash.
Together wilh a full supply of Dr. D.
Jaynes' Family MedicinesrT)r. Rngera*
Compound Sfvup of Liverwort and Tar;
ucn o ncuicw i moiur or
Killer, &c., <fec?
As fin inducement to tho buyer the
subscribe* will tnlce in exchange for
Goods, Beeswax, Tallow, Raw Hide*, kc,
S. R. McFALL.
PiclccnS C. II., July 14, 1840. 0