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Dollars at the end of the year.
r, ispontinued until all arrearages
- ie-stait thie option of the Proprietor.
Advertinments inserted at SEV ENTY
-n.Der:square, (12 lines or less,) for
hal that sum for each subsequent
number of Insertions to he marked
AiIllitiments or they will be published
R- to be discontinued, and charged
LLAR per nquare for a single
rterly and Monthly Advertise
fta sfiI harged the same an a single In
'd semi-monthly the same as now ones
Fanii Fern Editors.
. A generally considered to
n on, who can work from
- .4entq year's end, with no re
t on from the toils, scribblings and
Ilarig 6f, the profession. One
- W- labor done, only brings them
44?hr, of .equal toil. They are
p wheel which is ever ro.
-*9 oIig., There is no rest, no holi
no:escape -from the chain."-Ex
2. Of daiafeick! That man's dinner did
NA or the wind was "deadeast;"
had the 'sulks,' or his boots
"hiin. There is'nt a word
.in what he says. I've been
bhd the curtain, and I will speak
tellyou that editors are just the,
ate'stisleekest, happiest, most frol.
visO'6nie, the cleverest, brightest, mo it
. lIJeh~t, and loveable set of humans
Me>sitence and the only reason they
lada'own' up is because they are
S idto let the world in general know
OVVhVndny little favors and perqusi
IeeIal to their lot!
They go down to the office in the
morning-after a careful toilette, and
a foimfortitg breakfast-make up a
e in the stove hot enough to roast an
elnder, "hermetically seal" eve
doorland window put on a pair
old slippers, light a cigar, draw tip a
h"ge easy chair, stick their feet
p twice'as high as their heads, and
---prooeed .to'buines (1) i. 0. to say,
Sbetween the whiffs of that cigar they
eli excruciating funny stories, poke
r bach~other to the ribs, agree to join the
snutual "adiiration society, retail all
the "wire pulling" behind the scenes,
eloulate which way the political cat
e 'sog to jump, and shape their para
grap accordingly; tell who threw
'A boquet, at last -nght's -con
n -4nt, dd hert live i n r
ty'. - PY.audu~ IN0)0r
Sper field, and when they
li 1%~i e~prs write nice lit
*' Otissey 'notces and viva tltgem
freis pass to Paradise. I d like . to
n~ow lf that looks like a "vezedi exis
Time would fail me to tell oif the
wedding cake, and flowers, and fruits,
and anxiuals, embroidered purses and
* tasseled smoking-caps, pretty little
notes, braided watch chains; the hand
,keorhiefs they get perfumed4 and
glottee mended,-for noth ing!
2. How everybody nudges his neigh
bor, when they appear at lecture, or
opsra, and; .says-"Thecre's that cler'
er fellow, the editor of The Comiet!"
how he has a season ticket to a free
seetbthe Frog Pond; hmv lie hits
but there's no use in telling all a
body knows! Christopher C2olum
bus! .Editors life a "vexed existence! ?"
"Let those laugh now who never
jJAnd those who alwoays laughed, now
laugh the more."
The following Editorial-barring
the naughty expression. "Nick WVil
-1am'. d-ndest," is one of the best ini
'a late- number of the North Caro
lina 'University Magazine:
"A: friends of ours went out nt
Ion; since, and to defen I himself
m~ant the attacks of the cold, tonk
a t~hh him a "patent pocket pistol" load
ed, not with "DuPont's best," but lit
erally full of "Nick Williams' d--n
dest." Ilis carelessness with sich
weapons was well known, and not
returning in duo time, serious fears for
his safety were entertained. Af party
was formed, which, after te~ search,
found the young man f- . on a
apparently in the W. 4ies, and
'sensible, .YK4ing bit
S rmid of
e r." 11e
d, and was
that lhe was
ol with his
ed, the whole
is throat and
wards. We are
the wouand is not
effects will proba
h life. We might
other accidents of a
t we hope this will
aduce others to dis
pesepn fraught with
V unch ays he of economy is
~ dawing ln asuc a> necan; butun
anuntely 1oung ha-lies w jll apply this
rawing in.' to their own bodies, wheni
ths wrsato avoid anything like
'th ?~v Yrk Tribune states that
~ IA f are: flm at $162 to.
~~ea 4 sixtysars;
kiimand $41 to
roUA DAs8 LrA'FI saogL EspOPC
NEW-YORK, Feb. 17.-The stean
or Alps arrive4 this evening froi
Liverpool, bringing dates from tha
port to February 2d. The steama
America arrived out on Sunday, Jai
The Alps passed the Africa on ti
13th inst., in lat 34,44, long, 55,2'
She saw the calorie ship Ericss<
this morning, 40 miles south east,
LIVBRPOOL MARKETS, FeL. 2d.
Since the sailing of the Niagara a
qualities of Gtton have advanced, bt
lower grades have improved mos
Wright & Gandy quote a continu<
upward tendency in the m'Arket, wit
increased confidence among all classa
of operators. The sales sine Fr
day had been 27,000 bales. Th- qu
tations are, fair Orleans 6 1-2d., mi
dling Od., fair Upland 6 1-8d., mnia
dling 5 7-8J. The advance in on
mon qualities was fully 1-8d.
BREADSTUF.-Th market Ii
Breadstuffs was greatly depressed ait
all descriptions had largely declinc
-Considerable anxiety was felt b
holders to realizo and large sales ha
been made, speculators buying tap
the lowest figures. Mellenry (uot<
Flour delined 24 per bli., Wheat 3
a 6d per 70 lbs., Corn 2s per quarte
Westorn.Canal Flour was quoted a
25s., Philadelphia and Baltimore 2(
Gd, Ohio 274.
PatovlsloNs.-Beef was selling n
fast as landed at full rates. Poi
moves upwaad and the stock does m
Anciiauulate. Uacon was wanted, thei
being none in first hands. Clacese wa
saleable. Lard unchanged but wit
an upward tendency, which cheel
MANCIITn MAnF-rs.-At Mat
chester Goods and Yarns had a(
vanlced, which had checked extei
1ItAxcs.-The civil marriage of t
Emperor took place at tha Tuillerit
at 8 o'clock on Saturday evening, wit
as the papers express it, "noble sita
plicity." Eight. hundred persons wer
present. 'heo religious ceremony too
place on the following day at Noti
Dame, and was celebrated wit
great pomp and splendor. The popI
lace turned out en masse, and th
city was decorated with flatgQ, &c. I
all directions the streets were line
with military, and the scene was
the most imposing ebaracter. TIl
service was performed by the Ao
bishop or Paris; every thing pa
well. Three ti.ousand >oli I pri
""T $$ '.J oned c
Le' niaiage. 'he Ei
.,; tW attend the Senate
6.a any: donation upon her, om
this, coupled wIth her previous refits
> reeive jewelry fiem the. municip
ouancil, had prdge e 'J
ble impression. pal con
oils all over F'rana t.aing co
gratulatory addre. '.1poleon.
The report thaat t attic chIol
ra had broken ouat imS -4 had canmsr
It was reported tlt IFrench c
ficers had beena empalloyed an su rve
ing and mapping Piedntionit anad Lo:s
Tfhe French Minaister at St. Peter
burg land presented iand beetn favor
bly received by the Czar.
M. Considermoj, ex member
the Legislative AssemblyI, was abol
to emnbark from.'Be.lginma for Amaeric
'ICTKanv.-Th le Tmuaks coment aet
actiyve operations agtanst Mntateategri
on .Jan. l2tha. Dmuaing the day thar
villages were de.'troyed bay fire an
Omaar l'uaha at thea laed oft 24,0X
troops, was puashaing ont towards tl
capitol. Austria hatd despatched Coua
Jellachicha to the fronttiers with 18,0C1
troops, .and Coaunt L~eimuiajen goes<
a prav..Yt missin to Conistauntinopl
which is supposed to relate to Montena
A Lsra.-TheC V\ienna Lloyds ao
nountce that definaite arrangements ha
been made with regard to the difiTerer
ces between Austria anad ithe Uza
Napoleon's speech to the Senatei
relation to his marriage had creat<
tremencadous sensation at. Vienna, am
the anaswer givena to the French Mii
ter of Foreign Aflhirs by the Austria
Ambassador, inm regard to the Emtpe
or's allusion to Mairia L.ouis was ti
satislaetory. A dlifliculty also exist<
between thec two governments eor
cerninag the Romian states are to 1
ociicui by the renh troops.
Eso.AsN .-Viscouant Melbou rn
Ex-P'remtier (of Eniglanmd had, diti
and his title wats extinact.
Mr. Neuman had beent fined ?10'
for his libel on Dr. A chille.
From the Wilmjigton Commercial.
The Slave vs the Freeman.
Ma. ELaraao:-Allow me throua
the medium of' youar paper, to say
few words on the diilirence bet we~
the labor of tihe Slave, South, and th~
of the poor F"raeean, North.
It is one of the grave charges againm
Slaveholderst, that, thecir Slaves ai
hard worked. We admit that sur
may be the ease in sonie inastanaces: l1t
arc notf these eceptioans to the genie
al rule? We thinak they are. Let,
hlaok into the conadition of some
the A pprentices in the Free States,
the hanads of hard Masters, :and vm
thaink, on close investigationa we wi
find as many eruel tyrants ovec,r whir
men North. as there cruel Slavehol
ers Southa. Yes, two to one.
We aro aware that it will be sai
they are free; they aire not obligt
to work. Admit it; but they has
to chooss between work anad starvatin
--this is freedoma, with a vengeance.
There are thousands of girls at tF
North, who work for the siam of or
dollar per week and board, w}
lose their time if they are sick, an
clothe themselves; and at the sam's
time, do as much work, when in healt
as three slave, women, and in mana
instances four at the otuth,
I could narrkotundreads q peo hite
. men at .the Noith, who wo'rk by
ni the day; - get fifty ;cnt and t ir,
it board; laving fhmilies Of from four to
r six children to support.. To - be sure
. they live, and that is all; but many of
them cannot pa'y'their debts to save
e their lives;sand, to say the .least, one
r. third of the poor white people never
n pay their debts till they do it by
,f dying; and hundreds of then know
nothing of the luxuries of life, and hun
- dreds more-do not have its comfort, ev
O on when they. are sick. Many of them
t- will get in debt one place, and when
t. they can get no more credit, pull up and
d go to another-and finally, thousands
h of them die in poor houses.
s A NOIIHERN MAN.
i- We like to see these plain j.ruths
sent by a Northern man to answer Mrs.
Stowe's lihels. The commercial prom
ises us some more coinamunications
from the same author- we shall keep a
r lookout for them.
I. The London Times las the follow
y hig utilitarian notions upon the poul
d try mania which seems to rage in Enig.
.t land as fiercely as it does in ths coun.
:s try :
d " A fowl, after all, is not materially,
r. the imore precious ihr being 'gold' or
t 'silver pencilled,' 'white crested' or
s 'double combed,' though 'double breas
ted,' if procurable, iight be an eligi
.s ble quality to introduce. One variety,
k we, see, styled 'dumpies' or 'bakies,' at
it tracted great admiratiot 'fb1r the extra.
e ordiiary shortness of' their leg-;' put
s we scarcely understanid the advatntage
I of this feature, unless, indeed, they
will go.into a smaller saucepan.
"'.1 lie end, in short, of all such exhi
i. bitions as that now open, should be the
I. imaprovemient, not of private collections
a- but ot the public stocks, and ihe breed
deserving the prize is not that with the
e largest comb or the rarest plumage,
s but with the best promise of' general
1, use.fulness. It; twelve months hence,
. eggs should prove better, chickcens chea
e per and all poultry more abundant
k than now, we sliall be . the first to ac
e knowledge the beneits of the Baker
h street show; but, if' the result is confin
a- ed to the nonstrosieties of' private
e collections, there will be little credit
n ga tied by the notoriety of this week's
e A Naw WAY TO RoD TnK B5sS.
I- ier Jonathan ever awake to the
ical application of every discov
- erv, 1ttaken a hint from the burglars,
in and as thI'i have proved chlorofurmi to
i- be better thai4APistol or dirk, for put
,.. ting to sleep th P&rSon they- are rob
d hlig,, en Birotherg4en bias learned
il to nye-it foroi6 ng thl epoor be.. 6f1
il their honey. The plan is this: Tld
1- mg a glass wdow at one side, and
a.: a small hole pierced at the othier. The
ehloroform is put ini a small bottle haav
a- ing two tubes tharough its cork, only)
d one of' which is alloived to (?(nnl ito
ininediate contact wvith the chaloro
I'- form. The tube which does come in
.to immediate conitact with the chloro
i- f'ormn is inserted inato a small hole in
the side of' the bo.x, and by blow ing in
s, to thle other the chianbei' is soon fil
i- led with the gas amid they tumble out,
ini a box below.
at Pl'O ravT Snowi'. rs Loxnos.-From
i. the II lh to thae 13thl ilt., the e was a
d grand Poualtry show in Lonadon, at
ma which wer'e exhibitedl no less thana 615
e penstl of difluretnt spce of Fowls, eaich
d pen comntainling fr'omi two to four-be
i sides I pens of geese, 33 of' (lucks, 10
e of tuarkeys, 248S of' pigeonsa, anid 418 of
it rabbits. Of the lowls there were 2490
0 pens of the Cochain Chinia breed, 613
n Batamrs, 70 Dot-king, besides Spantish,
, Malay, lIamtbutrg, P'oland, &ce. Onh
the fir-st day there were somie huindrecds
of visiters, at ani admission fee of live
a- shilligs, on the second day ovecr 5000
d .at a shaillitig, and on the 'third day a
a- munch larger nutmber at the same price.
i- \'ery high prices~' were put upon some
of lie petis. At lie auction sale on
a the last day the highest price plaid was
d 48 guineas ($240) for a Coebain Chiitna
d cock amid putlh-t. The gemner-al sellintg
- prce varie'd fraom ?50 to ?2 for each
it Ttin 't'ullsTIAN~ L'maal~lil.s HANK.
d -It. is stated tht- the bank of Seth
1- Painec & Co., at. Chicago, has t i ied.
e TIhis isi a bank which proi bssed to be
-governedc~ by strict. "Charisian prtinci.
a ples.' (ine man, it is alledgedl, rc'ent
I, ly haad his notes of the bank r'ef'usevl
beciause lie asked 1It' the monoiey wi th a
c igar iti his maou th, and1( atnother, a Ii
qjuor dealer, who wanated Ibuarteen (dol
I ars in go ld itt exchange f'oi' the paperO't
ofthe batik, was refuased bceamase the
h pi'esident, would haive nothiing to do
a withi rutmsellers. WVe think we can
nrescue Christianait y fi-om anly inavidiouas
opittionas on this poinat, for it, would be
onte of the nmost iterestitig prolblems'
t of the d~ aohow a1 banik coubhl 'ic co~n
ehducted onChrtistain pinitciples and
r- CM There are lit, present thirty
is c'hurebaes in Sani Francisco. TJhais is
>f' about one to each thousand inhanbit
ni ants, and which, judginig frtoma other' ('i
e ties, is pe'rhaplls about a fair avaerage.
II The Methodists have foura; the Epaisco
e pahians,.P resbyte'ians and Hlaptist s,
I. twvo each; the Congregat ioaalists, R~o
man Cathbol ies. Swedenbhorgianas and
(1 W elsh, one each.
e Some editor's say, that the dcstiny of'
ni the woi'ld often hatngs on a trifle. A
little mifi' between Charles Bonaparte
e and his love, Le'tetia migLhit haveo brok
e en off a mnarr'iage whieb gave birth to
o Niapoleon and the battle of WVat, rloo.
d To which the Chicago Advertiser
o says: -"Yes, that is a fact, Suppose a
h 'little miff' had .taken place between
y Adam and Eve! WYhat then?"
TU ,A, N5 RAY22 83
Chleto, F b 21s.4V
Tre aretonSauray ws cive.
I, RICHIARDSON'LOGAN,. EDITOR*
TUESDAY, FEB.RUARY 22.1853.
Charleston, Feb. 21~st.
Tile miarket on,.Saturday, wa .s active
with a good $emand, and 2100 bales
changed hands, at prices ranging from
7 1-2 to 10 1-2 cents, which shows a
slight advance on our last report.
V-fr" We are forced once. more.to
apologise to our subscribers fur a delay
of one day in the .ssude of or paper
from the same' cause as stated last
week. We. oeiow our full nuniber
of workmen; and hope that no unfor.
seen circumstance will. again compel
us to ask an indulgence.
gIgz We hav.'e received several
comnmunicatioe,( but too late for this
week's paper;%.aome of them are of a
useful and interesting -character, and
will appear in our iext.
We are under obligations.to our at
tentive Representative in Congress, the
Hon. J. A. WrIouwAnD. for tho 24th
volume of the Congressional Globe for
which he will please accept our thanks.
Cols. F. J. MOsrs, and W. 'W.
BoYcs addressed the citizens of this
phiee in the Court iJouse on-Saiurday
last. Whero is Col. O'HmAoo, if he
will coimet wetprompiise hill) a hearty
Our readors'' ill 'I ar hi :nii :Oh.
the polls wilb b' qpenud Jd1 Mo4 day
next and they 'aill be called uJpon .to
east their votes for a representative in
Congreis. By referring to the Gov.
rnor's Proclamation it will be seen
that the boxes Will be opened fur two
days every Wv.re, which gives every
one the fairest elinnce'of vot ng, and
we hope that the nimber of votes poll.
ed will prove t01:t the people feel a
becoming intere-st in their National
Tlie Sumter Jpnner is mailed regu
larly ewryTmysday inorning, to each
feet lf' sufn d /iSi
Sumtervillo f'tis't Office, aind ~4twe
hlave complaints that it is received ir
regularly. Where the blame is we
cannot say, but have had a hint, from a
certain quarter, which we shall follow
up, arid hlope soon to hlave matters
Ef We refecr our readers particui
larly to the adivcrtising columns thi~
week, if they want to know wheret
get good and cheap articles. To tho'
visiting Columbia, and wanlting Jew I
ry of any desi-ription, we would saiy
caill at R. A Yokoux's whto always
hats on1 hand a large assortment' of
Gold, Silver, an~d Plated WVare.
There was a slighlt fall of snow in
tis place on Sunlday rnorning1 last,
which contin ued lor about. two hours,
ding) no0 d-mag however tog es
wich are very florward, and so melt
Rev'd Dr. Francis L. Hawks.
We undi~erg~and t hat t his accomp lih
ed scholar and elognent putlpit, orator1
is now on) a , isit to his native State,
(Noirth Cairol na,) fur the pulrpose of
gathlering* reOrds ihb r the comp1)letkion of
his historIy ot thatI Stte, nljonl whlieb
lie hals been rngalg-d fbr a inumbe lr of
years. ]Ie i-i also spoken of in con
neletioni with theit vacanct)y cau.ll-ed lby
the re.ignatan f bishop IVy' (of the
Epaiopl Churcht I otf North Caro lina.
We knowv of no0 011e who would bett er
beLcomne that high dinity thant Dr.
I bwuis, an1.1 only hope thlat we mty
live to hear is counsels from t he pul
pit once aigalin.
Thisk is the day set apart inl thle his
tory of te world, as the Anntiversary'
of the birth oi(f Aml erica's mant. Ouir
cit izenst aire (letetrruinecd thalt it, shall not
goi by uti.ed. The1 Troopers anid
IUillemlen will he out, ;.nd after an Ora
tioni from Ri. M. D)unwrT, lMsq., of' the
Troop, at the Co(urt I Ionlse, the'y w ill
adljoiurnt to a splendid dinner plreparedCi
for thleni in the Academiy Grove, that
is if te abomtiiinable rain, whiech is now
poutrinig down will p~erm)it of anything'
like out-door dinitng. TIo night thlere
is toi be ai Banll, we e'xpct some1Lthinig
good( from the managers named, atid
refer our read.ers for particulars to their
Th&e C->lumabia Bfanner.-This val;
unhle and beautifully printed sheet ls
now under the charge of that accom
plished gentlemein and poputlar vritor
Dr. RI W' GmB e wno eommend It In
ur eadersi pati
thedt'At em hi
be found-in another eolimin.
The Ineaster Ledgr.-We unin
terntionally last week omitted to notice
the large and improved appearance of r
this paper, which .is published weekly
at Lancaster C. H., by R. S. BAILEY
Editor and Proprietor. We have al- t
ways looked upon the Ledger as one
of our best country weeklies, and in it.;
improved state, and utider its enter
prising proprietor, it must go ahead.
The Cotton Plvnt, is published si- "
.multancously at Washirgton and Bal. t
timore cities by C. G. BAYLOR, editor, 1
and is devoted to the interests of the
South and West. We notice many I
able articles in its columns, and cheer. c
fully place it on our exchange list.
The Owl.-Published 'by SNooKs t
& Co., semi-occasionally at Columbia
has come to hand, and been shown to
Southern Literary Aagazine.-The f
February .number of this valuable
Southern Monthly is full of select and
choice reading matter, which we would
commend to the attention of our xad- n
ers. It is published by JonN R. Tuolr. u
SON, Richmond, Va., at $3 00 per an- 9
g WE are very much gratified t
to learn that the Manchester Road is
doing an excellent freight business on.
so much of the road as is opened.
Too much.praise cannot be awarded to
the indefatigable cheif engineer, for the
zeal and industry with which he prose-.
cutes the completion of this road.
We have been kindly furniisled by 3
a friend with the following: - . - - -- 1
SCHEDCLE .Wilmingon atid .Manches
te~Rail Road Going South. c
Leave Wilmington 10 o'clock, p. m. t
-45 miles rail road, 5 hours; L
Leave Whiteville 3 a. m.--82 miles a
et age, 21 h's
" Iill s station 4 a. m -45 "
r. r. 3 "
" Manchester 7 " connecting at d
Brai-chville with the So. Ca., Railroad
for Haniburg, Augusta, &c.
Rates of fare on the Stages 10 ets
per mile-a reduction is soon to be t
made.-- Wldn1;iagton Democrat.
We find .the abov in the- Wilingir
ton Democrat, and publish it for the e
benefit of the travelling community,
we would also stab that passengers
going west now reach Augusta as soon r
this way, as they would by taking the a
Steamboat route via Cfarleston., a
t is with efremafgrert tsat we an
nounce thme death 6f' Mrs. Jane 1D)
Young, of this District, under circunr
stances of a most painiful- and shook-ing
We have not the right-, nor the dis-1
position, to enter into the details of
this case, and from thence to draw our]
conclusions; the true merits of' this un
f'ortunate occurrence canm only lbe ob
tained through a judicial investigation.
We are in possession of no positive
informiation and have nothing more
It is said that on Friday last, about
ten o'clock, Capt. L. WV. R. Blair, of
this District, went to Mrs. Yonng's,
for the purpose of settling a difficulty
which had occurred between two of
their negroes. Capt. John D). Young,
the son of Mrs. Yunng, wa cal led mnt
by Captain Blair, and in the conrse of
thne interview, a dispute arsem between
them, whereupon blows were resorted
to. In the engagement! a brother of
Captain Young's be'came also involved.
Mrs. Young, it appears, camne out of'
the house inito the yard, annd was shot
by a negro, nanmed Hiram, the roper
ty oft Captain Blair, who w~as one ol
the negroes involved in the diflieilty.
Mrs. Young, we understand, (lied imO
How the negro came by the gun,
and the full circumstances of' th0ecase,
ar e miatters not for our consideration,
bnIt fotr a legal tribunal to determoine.
We theref'ore fhrbear note or com
ment, and can only mingle our regrets
with those of the comnmuni ty on the
occurrence of' a circumstance so heart-.
ri-ing and appal ing.-Caumden Journ
We regret to learn that on Sa ui-day
night last, Mr. Pressb Thomas, of' t his
District, aged about fifty years, comn
mitted suicide by hanging hiimself'in
his wagon. Hie had been in town du
ring the day. Whlere he made pur.
chases for his farm uses. T1herec is no
doubt of the act beijm pn~mtary on
his part, from the posf an which lie
was found-but no causo >ghatever can
he assigned, as lie was a mnan of tenm
perate habits, and soundi in mind, lIe
was in good circmustanices, and leaves
a large family to) mourn his loss.
AN AFFaAY.-On Friday night last,
Wi'ight Gatlini, was committed to our
jail for stahbling Jesse Gilbert., in a
brawl a few days before. It is thought
that Gilbert will not live; if hc is alive
yet, the physician attending him thints
his lungs were cut with the knife used
by Gatlin.--Darlington Flag.
AN IMPORTANT MOvEMENT.-It is
stated that the wvealthiest and most in
fluential commercial .orgahization in
Europe has . determined, to send an
agentto: the United States, . for the
purpose. of ascertaining whpther or nota
the cotton grow1ers of the Southern,\
States are disposed to throWnoli- the& ij
L iverpool noulopnoly ot' 66ttoiit(The'i
proposition is to creato- a epmt igeitif 4
depot for cotton, SouMs daoirh
valtos aa reeident bytAhe Citiens
*-Par T rown Open, d.
New Orleans, Feb. .12;-By the ar
ival of the brig Luef at this port; we
re in possession "of dats- from the
itg of Mexico to the 25th Jai'uary.
rho news isof an inportatit'charac
Afterithe ejection of the Members of
;ongress, 58 of them assemblqd at a
irivate house on the 21st Jan tary
mpesaed Cevallos and- elepi Oso
1o, the Governor of Puebla' w4 esi
lent ad interim, but the latteri4claR.
o accept the uffice..
.The garrison of the city of Mexico
ad pronounced in favor of the plan of
Ynadalajara, recognising Cevallos as
"resident of the Republic-and other
ities have fullowed the example.
'The Siglo says: "The revolution is
nded, the plan of Guadalajara is now
he political faith of the whole country.'
General Benio the Minister of War,
ad sent a communication - to Uraga,
equesting him to repair immediately
L the Capital, as no ministry would be
armed till his arrival.
Uraga was preparing to put his for
cs in motion towards tne Capital.
The Siglo says that it was reported
hat Uraga had intimated his willing
ess to recognize Cevallos as the exec.
tive ad interim, and the present Con
ress, on condition that they reforin
Cevallos issued a proclamation on
he 24th opening the ports of Mazalan,
;an Bas, Vera Cruz and Camargo.
The steamship "Albatross" had ar
ived at Ve a Cruz, causing the great
st joy amongst the population, who
ujpposed that Santa Anna was a pas
rnger by her.
MANUFACTURERs OF BOILIER IRO4.
'he aereuiry o This-Tri~ury-i$ys
hie Baltimore Sun of the 14th instant,)
nblishes a notice to the manufactur
rs of boiler iron, calling their atten
ion to the provisions of the new steam
oat law, and directing that in future
11 iron to be used in boilers in steam
essels must. be clearly and distinctly
tamped in not less than three on each
heet or plate, as follows, viz: at two
ingonal corners, at a distance of about
iur inches from the edges, and also
bout the middle of each plate or
beet, with the name of the manufac.
urer. and the name of the place where
mannuiietured, designating the latter
y the name of the city, town, or
ountry. and State. It is at the option
>f the parties to add the -name of the
orks. If the plates are formed from
harcoal iron which has not been ham
nered before being rolled, it is to be.
lso stdmped, in connection with - the
bove, with the letterC;. If of char
oal i-on a hieh h bee ihiniered
i'onws tLemnaiked w
P.' b ijtion'to the abofe 11%%4i1
'erent qualities of the iron, 1st, 2i1, 3d
ke., will be designated upon the plates
y numerals, vig: -No. 1, No. 2,;:No.
SoU'rm CAnounX Gow.-We learn
romn the Atlanta (Ga.) Intelligencer,
hat Mr. Fields passed through that
>lace last week on his way to the
Dahlonega Miint, having in charge $19,
)00 worth of' gold, from the mine of
I1r. WVm. Dorne, in Abbeville and
Edgefield Districts. This amount was
he product of the work of eight hands,
Iur ing the month of January. Du
ing twenty and a half days in D~ecem
ecr, with the same nmber of hands,
lie yield was $20,500. The aggre.
~ate yield of gold since the commence
necnt of work , in the mine, about
en nimnths ago, has been upwards oif
#0O0,000. 'lhe quality of' the gold
'rom: this mine is said to be of a very
mperior order, and the Intelligencer
earns that Mr. Dorne has some
ange specimens in readiness for the
~xhibitionm at the WVorld's Fair
ecxt summer.-CUharleston CJourier.
The Postmaster General during the
veek ending the 12th inst., established
wenty-live new Postofliccs, discontin
med five. and changed the name of five.
n this State, we obser've that new ofli
-es have been established in Darling
on District at Sparrow Swamp, S.
Xt kinson Postmaster, RollinsvilleI, RI.
\f. Roll is Postmaster, And rew's
\[ills, John Andrews Postmaster, and
it Gully, Johnm Ilarrell Postmaster.
[lhe name of the office in Laurens Dis
~riet, heretofore known as ltuntsville,
mas been changed to that of Martin's
ONa oT -rE RAILnoAD.-The train
>e ars which left the Columbia depot
m Sunday morning, loaded with about
100 bales of cotton, stopped for the
uight, from seine catwse, at Fort Motto,
nstead of reaching Branchville, the
)roper place. During the night fire
vas comnmunicated to the cars or cot
on, and both were destroyed, togcther
with that portion of the track on which
,bu traini stood. Fortunately it was
he turn-out, and not the main road.
['he telegraph, posts were also burnt,
md thus we are cut oft from Charles
Perhaps this mary stimulate the
D~iretors to abandon Sunday running,.
ni accordance with the wishes of the
Stockholders.- Carolinian, Feb. 15th.
I3UTrE.-1'he speculators in butter
inve had the tables turned upon them.
i'he farmer's of the West, anticipating
great rise fr'oim t'e sudden demand
'or butter last summer raised by thec
~peculitors, held onm to their butter a
ittle too tenaclous1y The arickleIs
io n bt
is, no~ canwnth
Lwo shilling ctnte
in hopes,. pr: kl
The very best iri
A sells at-t wen e
cO, is a passege
Ohio, now due at -
en route for Teas
daring exploits, vilk
were lold by' Lou .4
e.q., on Edisto Ilin
Monday last, tan
one of the fitites.
five young wormen, fi**
man and woman of6
and an inflint, sold for
the highest sale we have headiofig
first lot of Naval St1
chester Railroad arried hee on.
urday last, to Wm. A. Gyy
may hereafter expect
creasing supply froin ths
Wilmington Journal. ; . 4
An American.now' ravell" i
rope says that, Dutchi.b A .l
most phlegnatic, -contentealA pb
dent lookit creature's d h Ffh
the globe. 1hcy rever. cl f 6
to test this, I pinched seveys e
as I passed in the crowd.-.O
slightly yawned; tile ot'
gazed placidly at mb; but rnade no
Conusignees Per R ipRead
liiran Wilder, J.T..
T. D). Friersorg; - J.~.&,mon.
Moses. J. Aontgomery- H'-0 6
J. O'Conno~r, F .Kiti
Roy, G. Fort, II. IIa nsworthe T
Hodge, E. B. Ihodge, -ells d i
J. China, W. J. Darganr,.r df
T. Monaghan, L. B. Hanks, A.J.4M
ses, S. M. Green., J B' Tnd4l
Bogan, T. Nortoi, 'I. lrhit
Crane, B. GreenvilR.DT <
J. HI. Clark &,Brbter, T r
J. M..hiodge, M. .
Leod, J. 'S. Richards', itJ
D. J. Winn, J. MRPl6wn enJ.--,
A nother ScIcsitie 3dkii
IMPORTANT TO DYSEPTICS -
.Br. J. S. Hloughtou's"pii
gestive Fluid, or GaJiric e
Rennet, or the Fourtal ue.,
directionsi vBaros Ue
delphi! Tki~u1trl a~
aonPuon -1tat19 -an
I'heusnds of parents vlie
composed of Castor Ol ln
aware,that while they apearto ne
tint, they are actually laing dte
a series of diseases, such, as isali~aho ia~4 f
sight, weakness of limbs, &c.~
In another column will -be -foun~th
tiscement of Hoesckall
we ask the attentionx of al i vlnesi.'
in their own as well as thIr~hlrz' eiht. .''
in Liver Complaints and all ji~~
from those of a bilious, types t~ei
of the only genuine medicln'ine ~ ~~
g" " Be not deceived," butah r1wp
sack'u Worm Syrup Liverand
serve that each has the sign~a.d 1 t
or, J. N. H~oasE4ac~s as nre
iloofland's Geriu'gu D tts&~
Hlundyeds of our citizens com isiipl ftl$
ty and langour of the systen, der n" entet.~
the liver and stomach, wait of pp
they are frequently the r~se.f at foo ~os p
plication, and a thousand othe cuses~cj
not here name ; but we would say-toahl ~ s
ed, do as we hv~oe-e
Dr. Hlootland's German Bitters,'pfepgredbyD
Jackson, and our word for It you will bp cured
We recommend this medicinekkuiowing tro' r
experience that it is much snpaierfto the gere%\ t
rality of patent medicines. 3Wh Woiiddb .~
our readers, purchased ndrie ndssijrt(*e d~~.i
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadepiiat ~ d' 'J 1~ T4
Clarke & Buoi
Who have just received-pe~a
finc assortment of ~,g
Fancy Gr-ocepI ~X
Comprising Pickles, Preservie Frii~C
Candles and a Bhoics.lot Q (lof h%, ~
to which they invite the aexti1e1
zens of this Distnric. ~~*;~,
February 22, 1853
ROBERT W. ANDRJEWS ooA~
citizens of this, and the pl~~~ps
that he has removed hiii Stables i~
pot of the W. &M.R. R idh
at all tim'es to tak e chae o~dets
for a moderate charge ;n all e4b -
is no cure no pay-will be ~xs -~s..~
continues to take Passeng'ers a'c~.ut~ ~~
Depot, and expects short y toeee. Y6
Omnibus for that purpose. Gpo 1i ella~'
at the old rate oflO0Mista--per' audi
solicits the patronage of the pp4yli
Feb. 22,-1853. '
We are'ad bur~
nounce 'JAMiES O IA NN ~q,
candidate to represent this Con iahnnj4
Disttict at the...Cle tim Il i b
fourth Mondaysit Pecruary
.Al e tt~~in em p