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'uFifty Cents at the expiration of Pit monthii
bree Dollars at the end of the year.
palier discontinued until all- arrearages
A in, unless at the option of the Proprietor.
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f nd(, amO hlf trhat suni for each subsueljuni
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jite will be charged the aie as a single in
on and semi-monthly the uno as nw onec
'lionmas Sumter on State
esfullowing letter, the uriginal of
nS, 31ou 0.1 Possession. was ad.
Gen. Suimter when in C -
s this friend William Murrell,
a reque; to have it cirzculated
his friends, as he had notJno
- thni indiv idually.A will
with 1uclnerec hv all the
aitsof States' it hiand strict
- construction, as evidenen of prudent
bresight in council i.; well as miilita ry
rI , of 'the Game Cock of the
"Nrtw Yonw: 24th Au-'t. 17S1.
jhave no doubt but you and many
ghers of my fellow-citizens anxioudy
h to know what prgess the Legis
re of the United States has n'le
theorganization and arrlangelmto t
ie General Governmen*. both re
ting the Laws, and amtnendritents
1e Constitution. II each of 1bese
Y. interesting p'.rticulars I wish you
e satisfied, this however, is hardly
erAticable- but the. best mevanls inl iy
pwer, hercivith send you, to wit, the
Pals of the Legislature, the publio
nil the Congrsiunal registers;
-an notwthstandmig they don't fiin-ih
reise view of all the deliberations
Sregulations of Congress, yet, it
Snus'tbe .acknowledged, that fewv indi
Is have leisuro (if they 'ossessed
-h bility) to go so copiously 'ato tie
ubjeet iere, you see the public
n.pretty fully devel'oped, but, not
that candor or fairness a~s it ought
as great part of thleojcin
in debate, to the Constitution and
tolla ws,-are suppressed, a conduct
reprehiensible. as it deprives the
,A,., ,.,,of that light they have a right
Ahe into the conduct of those they
; .In trus This right and ad vantage they
WA4~1lbe"deprived of, while the presses
uider a partial, combined influence,
s- h now are. I dontinean, by
y nng I IavSaid to- criminate t he
ie.es 'to e a e pie
, .Structure ;and as scot): N
s and- systems (founded there.
n e got, to e:amine and try
and afier they are, airly analy
o say how fitr, or whether they
inport with the general aud local in
rest and rights of the citizens of
erica. Here, I may observe, it is
utch to be lamented that a people or
aihon, when going to make, or permit
- . iges and innovations 'be inade it
r gvermensare not mUore gua *&
~njserpulonsof the r:ghts they
~'~4I~wer.constitutes at machine, so subtle,
~P~' ~-iiefirie 'and diffusive, that nothing
" to -grent mass, or torrent and cor
- lefeforce of the people can cheek.
restless and- violent agitatio.
*54~ 4iY9Vhifoi-c, it is necessary that thiose
' ~' ho are about to institute ~or alter- andh
oganize a government should have at
* ~ ca 4efinite Constitution, andi anit
~ *r,.. ~ i'~ishai'e of the representation, with
a om precise delineation of theL
* . *.~iwer f the First Magitratte anid Sv
~~ *?~te This would preven('it, base iie
1chnc admitted. 50oon ai.Sumie at
- (' .thotusand shapes, said to be constit i
~onally sanctioned. T1hus (lie greaut
arter is perver'ted1, and the righ m of
the people left floating upon the un
* . .~. stable, insecure oce-an of opini~ons giv-.
n bhy interested and p.artia)j men.
j ere, in'justice, tramud and violecei'C
~ pring up, and invade the natuiral and
ilienable rights of the people at
eand thus those grteaut fermnt
ncusiS~ons so fhttai to 'oie~it V ate
oduced. Uponi th.. whole, ningii
n be inore dis~ 'e-cng a.u . abholirrenit
6 a State or Natio;n, than nuo.er
d we then, stuflicieintly 'xplre Ithe
most rces es Of the formu we have
6tbly adoptedl--cvenits will decidol. I
ardently wvishi we may noit have beenCt
deficient. The adourinmient of C.u:
gressu is to take place otn the 2El of
September, to convene againi the 1st of
D)eembehr ensuting. '.'hisi is expelltug
the sqtither'nureimberi- fr'oim their
hoeor exp~osinig them to ext remiue
latigues or' danger, and this, per-hip
aino the greatest evil. he ulic tii
egeces requiire a longer- recess,
~' which would be attonded with a con
-'sid ble saving, and aflrd an oppor
or' members to mix with their
-nt, bigprepared to rostune
~ nd onsider the objects of public cont
in This huowever- is overirulcd by
o majority, which is composed of
imbers near this lace.
Permit me now to obzerve, it needs
-ttle penctr'ationi to discover, that the
tate Governments are not only v'erg
~ q on insignificance, but auppear- to be
tening to a dissolution. Ihow far
maacord with the wishes or' in
1~ ts of the inhabitants of the States
't judge. rThey wil no doubts
~ ~ ' be subject aill the consideration
-~y, ..Iiimpor'ante may .requfro~ and
"~ ~ ayoid. improperly co~tIg ng
Jt ights it-Lt~p~l
turn, shall um)duyto
u iefuo~ j ca.
,000 of' dollas.- Tih adINIi e riu
on i Wposts, &c.,in Atturt'williOutt
to about .1,5O 00 dollars, so that a
deficiency of 14,500000 dollars exit,
must be raised by other 1odes. .f t
monies for land sold, ,and sales of the
western territory should hereafter
prove productive, the balaice to be
raised by direcL taxes, or othurwise
may not- be very considerable,-how
ever no tax will be laid this Session.
but-will at the next, when a more com
plete estimate can be made, and ways
and means better devised. TI i. per
maneat seat of the General Govern
unent is the subject of discussion to.
.norro. Jersey and Pennsy-ni
are making great efforts to bave it in
one or the other, or- between both
States, while the NpYnkery appear
secure, i haiegthe possession. Upon
the whle,1have no hope thattlie good
o O %th! Union, will, in the least 1in
enee the decision, notwithstanding the
policy and interest of the Union call
loudly for it to be fixed at least as
fhr westward as the Potomac: then it
.voUld em brace anld Conciliate the
views of' the people, from each ex
trenkity, moire filly than Lit any other
Yuir ob't. serv't.
We select the following paragraphs
from the news brought by the Niaga
ra, arri ved at laliflx ist Wednesday:
Letters from St. Petersburg state
that the Ema plror's course on the
Tuikish question was generally op
The 'TFurks and Greeks in Syria and
Turkey Fully approve., fit the ult
aM s coursct. Voluntary subscriptions
were being made by his subjects to
wards arigthe count.
The latest advices werc considered
decidedly less fitvorable to the main
tailig of peace.
The mesisemger sent from St. Pe
tersburg to Constantinople had no
discretionary power given to him,
but simply was charged with the
Czar's demand for the Porte's tc
ceptance of P inee Menschikofl's
ultimatum in eighf days, or subnit, to
Prince Gortsehankaff has been ap.
pointed Commander-in-Chief of the
Russian Army in Bessarabia.
Count Nesselrode, jr., is not
charged with any authioritiatives mis
sion to the Western Courts that
ean alter the pos.ition1 of afflirs. Mean
whilc,,the Porte prepared bravely for
Nannk g f rnerly GovOC orA
A rabia, a 1i of: meh energy, t
attaCk the lhmsiaMs with his 4 t0.000
men, if they attempt to cross the
Abras Pasha's orce. of '40,000
Egyptians, comiimianded by S11i6timm11
PL'Tha, with the "'gyp tian fleet of
twelve vessels, were daily expected
Mustapha Palsha, G(overnor of
Thierre guii, oIfers to raisze 2010,000
Albaniians, and iach them 'in
any lulilnt. .indeihani liey also
demliis~d perliissionl to raise a
forCe ini Kurditi-t m.
Thie aring of!! 3 the (h-et watspo
grossing with vi:or, anmd all the spare Jo
bor- in Constitiinopie was empyloyed
in conimving :iniinunition~ to thme forts.
The* lre:eent Ot tonno anroees m11us
ter 1 :l0,o00 regulars, and a fleet of
and 22 smallehir r-a":. Thle totdI
hand force orgaizedi/I is 4-l9 ,0001.
A la:;,ian !'.ree oif 120,000 in
ier; a::d it is rnmnored thaLt the Czari will
him,. elf coe( to) knalel.
It is statedl that. the T1u: ks will
omke, i;ot the D1:.munbe, lemt the
range- of t'e UI!kaui, ..hir liale of det
Whium hus poiing f r r, tiiic;fiv
Ul(~ 'vL oes ot l l. gt h: ~e.: '1 iir
and Resci m'sh wan tn thero
sn'ey, a ouion bot svrl of13 is
l Ji-un'or h::i 1f I :\'ii t ra otil in
linaclly tcho med In , ti l w s t he
1'cr :m na jgymeto rte, ith honor.sm~
1'1I w mbttOive ljstiotalii by the
Ci olinancFit h rssmtatth'Eg
inh fnstx Iad iod r .t jox ~ ini the
Frech in, le (lmaycl ' of &he:; butv m.n
theol.M Jued theltrhamd (Iotee Maha
The l'ort f ha a.1 rwemlt:t1 r t gont
the re, Avoes.;r di~--ulin the U
Sinindserti, to: Bh n::'. Melrte, cn
eeh.ioni wils beU eonfdel on> I tri1
In1wr Aloi the Itih llrsi nail; 3E
Layo r ha& ot n h oot
calthe atentie of the tsands torh
mdai ttIe tue;4l of lit-l Nothowars
anurpowero of wouhachpthe inde
pendetncbrd and tecity haofen e
Derotheto Chad ncedo the cnovrso
Mrs Sto\~ha btecomn
of' tho steu~sed Nee tpuo s Boi
Dr. Baily, a riing man in medical
literature, oiniiiitted suicide at Lon
Jslsh Cottle, the friend.ofSouthey,
died atlristol, at the ago of 84.
The bank ofBritish North America
has declaredza dividend of 6 per cent.
STIKEs i x ExULAo.-The gOld
discoveries are producing the saIne
eff'ect upon wages in England as in
this country. i
The slioemrkers in imany of the
prnciial toins.hatvo struck for higher
vages, and it is~'robablo that their
dmainds will be acceded to. Indeed,
they have beeti hitherto mnost badly
paid, considering the present high
price of all the necessaries of life.
Their demand, however, will be princi.
pally felt by the 'slop-shops.' aA most
of the respectable. tradesnien either
are at present giving, or are ready to
give, a fair price for the menl's work.
At Exeter, Credition; Tivorton, and
other Places, the Ineii have met and
passed resolutions cxpressring their dOe
termination nit to return to their work
until their denmands are coinplied with.
At. TeigfAmiutli and Torqtuny, the
plasterers and joiners have applied for
an increase of wages, and, from - thie
good feeling which exists between the
employer and the employed, there is
no doubt but that it will be -ranted.
The Liverpool Times s:ys: Th'le
agitationi for increased reinluhieration fhr
labor still continues in Liverpool. On
Monday, the coton porters, who had
Inade an unsuccessful application fir
an advance of Od. a day, struck work,
and have expressed their determination
to remain out until their demand is
conceded, and, lirther, until the ias
ters sign anl agreemnent to pay thern
Is. a day instead of the old price, 1s.
Od. They have also come to the res
ohntion not to work for any one who
employs men who are not rmembers
of t lie CottOn Porters' Atsociation, a.
society which munbers upwards of
3500 mmnibers. The movement meets
vith the co-operation of the dock ha
borers, ipwards of 5000 strong, who
have also struck work. Tiho- result
threateis to be very detri miental to
the tr:de of the Mersey%, uiless a spec
dy comupromise be efiec0ted. The em
ployers, however, seem determined to
resist the dictatorial spirit of the men;
and, although I the miajority would be
willing to grant the increased reimmer
ation, they are resolved to break down
a ceiniation which would prevem
theniiu fra i employhig liun who tnre I
not o Wlr. ot * "miaio6ssne-,
A (':;Trrm os B oNxwrs.-Ihe 1-leme0
Journal coitainis the followiwng whieClb
niay be intetesting to oiri reader-:
'oiinets without frolnlt w are us~ed
to; but, the list Par -ian 'novvlty is a
bonnetwithout a crown! "'iese bon
nets.,' says a Pa-is letter, 'Iave three
great qualities-light as a feather,
transpareniut as raus:e, and halnging on
the head like a Nei oitain p1lat4.
This bimet~r is aii nasssemhie- ordow-nft
er-i, ri bbons an:d lace; a piit of' t!?';.
/asx, uily' cobiiroid..ered in large;i dots
w"ithi sinovw wichj sliendes the kniot of
p)hittedl hair w hiihu:; iso the nape~i of
the neck. We inv'e riid 'lononets
withoii, ervbwn;' are~ ue sure the
have any~ fron;t !We eam secarcely
says-: it the na:rrow, bhln-k lace, whieb'
edlges it, aml' play thlly thil; on the
foreheadl :umid gra-e..ill' ni:-e h
lahee. is the onily imt -we. ceritainliy
dire not ;.,ve this. tI(.;'un the n~u of
bemu:et. (On each side l-uneb.s *f thaw.
plf h harmoinyV. Thie des:~is are
Tis heuine r-- ;ures p 'uI :iia 'ten
stanm~mni ofth- hei.ul mu1.t h'e Art free.
Th 1ese hosmiel: :re (t-hu-Ie to) evente
a sensa-:tion: in the fishionable worbl I
bunt *iily tha very prettiy iimd the ver
younig. dari o wk c t thids novelty.
\lr. II. affrnted his wife wh .t
punih hdim.re to- IV'1tn act </h',1 when
Ier li :ms jichel!' :i.In so ~i welnld
thie iinleti: huer rn~ution, thatm
ir:v a week Ina;-ed ai v. (in!r'n!
.out <.f her: ..hI m, but ii vain. A t
hemn hi nied1~. thefolo ii;- plan o i!v
in,; rmu the re!um~'. byi w~ ha l'n
hr-eurmily--the nt, ngovernin-c
aid son. lie ''n "in, f lm hi empuy.
mnentiiii Ndey iiV!.-l thr a n'
a vii.mous--urei thrughiu the
roomh~ . Thce Shloet l ::ain ife, tho
bledri, then~ 11' frmeris box res slve
bie thoujht of iwi~s-ovehhau ed. ;li
ment of hc i unachennabl bivior;m
and soibe procedlin is toarhi tshe
bem naitiery nsiervou l anIo qto
iot iha he wasb ling for.ci Whet
coui it-d begj1h longer inhs lei, to
oht obc ofmm'r m hiseach uti go he'
hI Ichanied lonkd undewrcit, andoev
tonu gnob1 I ge ou lokig fr?
Hesmle, nd aserd,"Yu
d I as up
oi its t0i
-"hre~ sid6n one goes
for. a skiii dan, p6t 6to imme
diate prac tice t ti following direc
tions, and,I a probability, the life
of the patient Ivill 1 o saved, viz: Place
thu patient 1iI a cool and airy sittua.
tion, with hIsdtAd and shoulderd ole.
vat'd, nn, w~i5lesome onie.is relov
inig his craVa~t, uiuttoning his shirt
collar, and r::iloving or loosening
ihat-ny be tight about
is person, dut sudda)t;! -old water
on the head. This iiny be don0 with
a pitcher, or any suitable vessel, held
at some little distanco above, the head,
pouring out, ui-on Ita large anid steady
"Afstard phisters may also be used
over the upper iiirt of the feet, and on
the wrist. lhit continue the water,
and the patieit Illust be saved. It is
hardly pt.ssiblo to speak too highly of
the beneficial hitfluences of cold water
in the treatment of coup do soleil.
Many violent eases of this, and also of
iapoplexy, havu been most successful
ly cured by it. As to after treatment,
the attending 1Fhysicial will advibu on
J., RICIIARSN LOGAN, EDITOR.
TUESDAY,. JULY 5, 1853.
COTT% X iimaK ETr.
Chai eton, July 2, 1853.
During the patst week, there has
been no materi.al ehig to notice.
Prices have rii::ged from 9 to 11 1.4c.
2r in c asequence of the 4th,
tiling on oupublication day, we is
sue only a iflf'.heet this week.
A fer a scaao. of drought, which has
been alnost withouit a .parallul, we
were visited on yesterday evening with
a delightful Id refreshing shower,
which froi the appearance of the
clouds we think Maust ltve been pretty
general. -;All Nature seems revived
this imorniiig,- And gives promise of
Soon an akeniti' from the ill eflets of
the long speil it hot-and dry -Weather.
the canini'ons out early in the morning,
and mt It the rear of h:edanlditt.
Coun'cil. or1 Aaihal bef'ure thcir eyes,
they kicked uip a considerable racket;
and knocked slep into next week.
The celebration in the afternoon by the
teachers, amd pupils of' the MH. E.
Church was a very plea'ant and in
st ructive alifiir; and cied itable to all
parie engaged thereint. WX'e regret
t hat theat latenaess of' th e hour~ prl~evenlts
r '. iier at deta:i ild accounlt. of' it, t his
wveeI; shoeuM nothing prevent we may
T1lhe Coinmin~ iHzuaner.
A ppearedL'I to ys last, week iin a new
andt limtndsomei garb ini hono of~t then
comion ofi''i its fourmthi volhuime. . We
though't the Colmauiibiai tianner, neededI
n rirovem:, buet the en tei'prising
ditor, :rud prop'rief r, Dr. 1 t. WV.
(~*i:;~, is liliitIgabiae. id .'cenis to
Lilii exjpe~ l ti l Ind t ' I .'i ' of lt L e nio
n-nt in -:urare wi'th thie char'a
ayV e.veni ...e ~'.bot .tiX o'c'lock, a terii
di'Atul the dro**' sti 're and residience of'
Dr di . \ .' \\'heeler. cornei' of' Sev.
I LIeenth str .'1 &lir~st avenu te, in
in-,vl. '.eyre - phn'y at the
un.1' The T1 aune 3m
enI , ~tuni i :m inred ibly' shorit
tubrw sm lheen tou:.mda
Ivtiro.i enetedabut the c; preise. n
armr wiu cht' ui',h 4m), aoes, and
ibt.in ~~t ibtle ial p n the se hm:
~l o e '' 'ir the.iri live~Is. Te o b h
thie nuh oilln the ltreniis, dwhich
I tecly gukd yte braingb and
muft ithiin g evtt er artile wfgols 'andiit
uiture ht cm i niii ii twohei a. The
drug wn..:' re. X ired aout th pem.n
isst and serdv ay ble i'n th whletii
poic could raly.te sitorei~ and, weli
iletely ansackt ed iy th mi b, w o
lfct lothing f but te ae wallst ren
oing Itiappear tha (tiwo medial stte
dboe. occuied satments ine a~in who
wer iart lof .ir. i\ViSa heer's c bofnen
diseos'ingo'hytan, were obnott mk ahs
ty retreat in order to save their own
thi ael, 1je11 i o
Ml an es on i d pp
in"Ih for'a on ohe satie:diry, rs
K.j had oggsion.to hasti$e-ab ero.
girl, aboui 1 o ,12 yeard of. age wI
played with the children, nd a
house servant. About 12 o'clock,. or
just before, she was heard t6 say to
the little child, about.tlrA n halft
ydars .old, "let-. us g;to tthe plumT or.
chard," which they did. Soon after a
Mr. PhSlp; of whdo t6 Itieboy
%vas very fond, came in and enquired
for' him. He was told that hewas
somewhere- about the plade . iislit.
te sister, anxious to gratify her bro
ther,with -the'neWs of: Afr. Phelps'. ar
rival, asked for him, and was told by
Rose, the girl above -inantiorid, tii.
he was in the plum orchard, .ifhere. she
found the littld follow weltering irihis
blood, and in a state of insensibilit'y.
She took him up I ker arms, and bore
him to the house. The moth6r, hor
ror stricken and frantic with grior, ' ac.
cused the negro girl, Rose, of .killing
her child,*Which she deiied; but upon
examination it was found that she had
blood upon her clothes, and was seen
aforwards to rash her hands.
ir. Phelps then went to the plum
orchard, where the little boy had been
lying, and found a pool of blood,. and
within a few yards a plum stiek light
wood knot, with which le'had cvident
ly been beaten to death--thcy both
had hair aiid blood on them. .r. J.
0. Hagood was sent for, but the little
boy lived a very short time after he
arrived-he was struck several blows
upon the head, fraeturing-his skull.
lie was said to be an interesting -little
fellow and beloved boy the whole fami
A jury of inqucst was summoned to
appear at the place, before V. J. Alix.
on, Coroner, who From all the circum
stances connected with the, case, re
turned a verdict that lie egine to his
death, by the felonious act of thie said
girl, Rose.-Barnwell Sentsnel.
The afitirs of the North Ecastern
Rail Road' we are gratified to learn,
are progressing most satisfactorily.
The Enigineers have been at work all
the winter, and on the 20th ui1t. a let
ting of the contract.took place at King.
stree, Willairmsburg District, when
30 miles out of the 40, between King.
stree and the junction of the Wilming
ton and Manchester Rail Road, were
taken at the Engineer's-estuiate, two
thirds to be paid in the stock of the
Company at par, and . one-third only
in money-the grading, and the cross
ties ready for the iron, to be coipleted
by the 1st of January 1855. The re
Mayiig tenll ule d n
The -entire preyeedin .t Kiigistrec
W-gre.-n'ost i tisfIetory there was no
excitement, but a spirit of determina
tion evinced that aiuurs favorably for
the.success of the undertakin7.
BOSTON 3lime 2U.-The express train
from New York this niorning via New
Haven, run oil'the track at Eat Brook.
field by comiing. in collision with the
freight train on the side track. Two
ti-eight, three baggage and thur passen
ger cairs were brokenm, throwinig the
passengers from their seats, and seri
ously injuring inany of themx.
Wm .1 ohnson, o: Worehester, had
his skull fi actured, and has since died.
Matthew Byrnces, of S~pringfieldl, was
badly13 cnt, amnd still rematins insensible.
Mr. WVise, of Wourcester-. is badly
wouni~dedl on his head. C. L. Moore,
of New York, hadl his leg jammed.
..Many other-s aire severely injured, but
not, tatally. A numb er of the passen.
gcrg were dlelegates returnhiag ti-omn the
temp~eraniice coinventi:on at Sprin~g ield.
The .accidenmt was owing to thme gross
negligence of Ihe switch tender.
D~A'rnm or. C.w'r. I. Wi. Anr.
WVe learn wvith regzret that our late
f'rienmd and~ fIllow-c:itizenl, Captain .h'u
his WV. Abb~ott. died at~ the residence
of his brothier, Dri. JIleury Abbott, in
Simuter Distriet, oni Suntday, the 10th
inst., afteir a long and protracted sick
nes,.-C('a ue Jouruual.
TJhe New Orleans /'.evun~e, in a
very', mltin inoodI 104 thus describe s the
betin u; hiEb heI vegitutes:
ve~ Thody's 'feeliiis is into' le,
Its of noc use It can't lhe 'etrpd any
longeor. C'o red riig is n..thir.g to
that we propose the' w rito popu hiion
should ake'n ; and t ina iediately.
Swveltering. nay\ suit dega but decent,
respectabhle,( eivilized lun mnan beings
canft. W\ hit's the use of thme tempjer
ate zoni W \hat were the northi pole
nad the south pole. and the arctic anl
eircle ate, to~ it-we say w~hat weme
the node fo r ! We cumighit as well
hav~e refrigorat ors tidt, do n't refrigentre.
imunny Soiuth, indileed ! We go in for
the- breezy north, amnd nothing else.
This thing of larding tihe lean earth
all day anid pa-e't imattrasses all nighit
wonm't, do. We have no objection Lo
the sun ; indeed, we rather admirme
hinm. But. we'd rather just now be a
lbut terfly, all in a bowver, than a hard
working edlitor just a persperizing all
thme time. Boy, a glass--a pitcher of
ie water !"
A MA~iom Mum.m.--A mule of ex.
tiraordimnary size has juist been brought
to thins cit3y, and is on exhibition in
Chahnmers street, next door to Hloeka
day~'s ive~ry Stable. lie mecasur-es
fully ' 1 -2 hamnds, or 0 feet 6 iinches,
in height, and wecighs upwards of'2200
pounds: anid as lie is only five years
old, is expected to increase considera
bly in size and weight. Hie is per.
fectly synmmnctrical in his propor'tions,
remar kablyv docile, and in ande1~spccts
an extraordinary animal.- Charleston
rauso th1 nof V, eflr l
fer ofthoanksj. td-,ilI, the )Po,1la'
ofithe citizense- enabling hds finii
to pay theit debts [to the .Pi'
well as othersp aud! diffusing h
in' abndan e througtiout' t os cImu
nity..: Our pks i ad:. thed Sot.;
Companieiihav really doiid nobly .'
dispensing libeially, fruits of a yros
porous and..profitiblo season, making
the-rich richer, and- the' poor easy,
enlarging tho means of charitable*So.
eieties, aid ausing the haits of the
widow atid. tqVorphan tpsiig fr joy
The littelliatik of Georgetown heads
the list ewith a dividend 'attlienate
of 16 per cent. pr anunm,and'. the,
Mammoth le~k .of Charleston liolds
on t,10 per. en t. -2 T :Bank of Cai:
den.has run-upto 12 per cent. .atleast
4 or.5 per cent. more thin it over at
toined before;-the Comnileiiil Bank
of: Columbia 10 per'. cent.; the Plant.
ers and Mehaiies Bank 8 per dent;
tn erceui. the Bank
IoBank and. the S.- \.
R. R. Bank, each 6 per cent.The
South-Carolina Ri M l Road - Company
inore. thai continues ate per cent.; and.
the lCharleston Gas Light'.Copiny at
10 per.cent.; and even the South-Cai'oli
una anid Charlotte Rail Road. Company
has declared its first dividend, at the
rate of 5 per cilt. per anum. These
are ijideed'piping times of pece'-we
are truly in .I: high and pidmy state'.
proving -our iron igc to be more thian
an equal to the goldeage of
t.-Charicton Daily Courier, 2nd
Our Insurance Companies, too, have
'don'c excellently well, the South-Caro
lina Insurance Company having de
clared a sei-annual dividend, at the
rate of 12 per cent, and the Char
'ton Iturance and Trust Company,
(greatost of all,),. a seni-annual div
idend, at the rate of 18 per cent.
per 1 anun.
We even have hopes that the
Saptee Canal Company may do some
thing ror its long sta--ved stockholders,
among whom theie must be, by
this time, many a lean and hungry Cas
CAwFousIA NEws.-The Now York
IMIrald. thus sums up the last intelli.
0,&Byt, he,- arriial of. the steamship
t .sea huvo o' wvj'b7 *il
ng. 'The croys ar 'ok'en 'f -
ing in an unprecedentedly flourishinig
condition-the. yield of grain 'ill be
enormous. We pubilish a full revicv'
of the condition of the markets and the.
pros~pects of runiers. Thu accounts are
ahinost without exception- favorable,
and indicate a season ofunusual pros
perity. The legislature adjourned on.
the 19th of May, acer prssing one hun
dred and eighty laws. A railroad con
venitio)n was held at San Diego on the
8th of May, of which Col. Magruderi
was Chairman, wich declared in fa
v,: oaf the "Sutern route," as ihr'
pr'eferable to anyi othcr. 'Theatricals
wer~e prosperonis, fights were frequent,
telegraph polecs were going tip, Sun
(day was to be better obseved, the Ini
diains were gaiiet, religion was progress
ing, and th. naturalh productions oftthe
Golden States were on the increase, as
may be learned on reference to the
nnusually long list of births in anoth
er part ofthc paper."
SrDnEN IDa.-Tims PROM IIE.\T.--t is
esimiated that sinmce Saturday, the 18th
niltzio. thero have been 60 deaths in
New York, f'roum the execssivei heat of'
the weather. Of 20 Cases coup de
soleil re:.tcrted at the horpital on 'Wed
nierday. 24 pro'ved fatal.
In Ph iladel phia, on Thursday, 'Wm.
Freeman, Andrew Tihoinas, Ranchiel
Kelly, Si mon Bird, il ichuael Groogain,
Ellen Doye, and severali others, dlied
from the effects of of the heat. Oflicer
Mervine', of the poice, was taken hiomre
insen. ib'e, biut will probdabzly reover.
At l'moklyn, onThiurisay, inqiuests
person s who d~~'dI from sun st roks
Six (thiers were seriously aleted. At
WVilliam burg, three persons were
.T.xeruso,,s Enur.au os mrsWa.
Tlhe 1 ichm;onid Enquirecr says: A la
dly in the WVest has beeni kind enough
to s~cd us a copy of Andrew Jack
soil's ephitaph Onl his wife. It is known
to have been his own comnpositin, yet,
although it has been read by hunidreds
on her tomb in Tennessee, it has nev
er appeared in print befbre. This sin
gular inscri ption runIs thua:
".Here lie the remanins of Mrs.
IRachuel JIacksoni, wife of .President
Jackson, who died on the 2'2d of'De
cemuber, 1828, aged d1. 11cr face wmas
f:.2, her person' pleasing, her. temper
amiable, and her heart kimnd. She de
lighted in relieving the wants of her
fellow ereatuircs, and cultivated that
divine pleasuire by the most liberal
and unpl~retending methods. To the
poor she was a benefaetress ; to the
rich she was an examp1)l.; to the
wvretched a comforter ; to the prosper
Ous' ani orwnent. 11er psiety w~entt
hand in hand imth her benevolece
and she thuanked her Creaitor for b
ing permit ed to do good. A beunn
so gentle, and yet so virtuous, slander
might wound but cotild nt dishonor.
Even death, ~'jpIatore her fro:
ams i of hei ii could but
plant he1 tom
ei t teri? -ei"he.,, 56s.Aar
great peguliii iA
flavor' , and i
fine beiries fv* biik P'Dibbr'.
collect this iin
is pen fi-e r.haw
Strawberries, the 9 zids a~
and covered (th
looks red) woithi fnit dof -~i
vey beri-ies ThcelvinesaA
in just as full bearig "sineoti
GLearc, and he
til iiddje of r
much -longer de frost-kep
P.'.seids-titis fli)* t ria
200 'quarts per 'day""it &
could pek dubl 1;..
the market w as hrt'et
C% ATE . I $URE
gratified to infor on
ie bu'oks of thteVif'ters uit
field ivre ciosed on ' st
$800,000. stifsc ripfiln
ith t. notice of
General, and we- igfit t
afforded us extreme delig,
the subscribers paying up
stalment of $5 per shareso
The Commitsrones recived
b0th ult., the: s-u of ixtA
dollars in cash 'in biliao
ing banks,' and thc cer
sois crGdit~ whlen the Qigi
tion hiaslb'een so fireTbd1':i~ I
*get the *250,0d i
and $50,'00 infhlas
understand has bhee1i
Success to thenemt r
Borom Regste H in4 b~
Nic, Pa.E.-T ANe1
bnte of Moi A ic Ws thtohlowm A
melancholy' pientro cofaL~ 1i
city : 'Ganig ofialf-droun1
does tear- the'ild t .it'N kf
with clubs, abaldo
knocking don, aick sai;'
dering, the most'ogiderl.
mekfe t iswk '
Brown, was killed iieareIarn
negro girl, abot 11 'g I d .
nge, in revenge ihr being H4ipjW
the overseer, .It acemndhi'ha
coyed the :child i6 ile~orhij
there 1beat it to death eith Ii~
knot and a plum sticl. Thbfe
jury found a verdict 'of fel~on'"
ing against thie riegro' girl;J,
ENGLIsrI BETT~o.-yL .
the runninig for the I)erby
Diiivis, leviathar betiigna '
hind, lost fifty tlhoiisa~li r
ing, and lie lost E20.000 b
making ?70,000; ori-3'5U,
two ,events; One inidif'il h
wards of ?100,000'sit&l
Australian, and when he Na'
winner, went into violent hs
VAuLAntLa Cows:- The?
Observer is informed tht i
S. Settle, of Culpeper ~county~
a, imade last year, from: tha i
eight: cows, of'his owi rasg
hundred pounid4 of blittor
brought him twcn'ty-fi e ce
pound, $375; and raised ten
the same milk, which he ao~d)
for'$150, making $525 as the
CI.Enu or Couar.-Dlh'mL
F~c; Esqj.. has been re-elect
of the the Conrt of.ComnirW
A case was recendl ~~e1i
gomeriy coimty, Pa, in\7'1,
Smyer* ruled that an ~ttti
a will-death ocenrmin~t~~e~
will In hiseased
comuitnced his nTarieA
uires in, New YXork
now fuler than -it'e
thre, running upi to " vgl us
sacrifice in buyinug ny the
debt, the surplus revenud wi
er $20,000,000 wheni Cong
"Ka me ! " signed '
"here I have been sufnger
ie is of death for threcmi
Fi, 1 was sei.ed withai I h
tnology in the left hiariisly
whtich was oeeeded:hb "
the lec: ventihatar of the hex.'4
ga ve tme-an infulam Iuati(n in'
anad now I'm sick with.4t1e'
miorbusti. T.here is no~ blessiti
of health, palrtticulairhy
QUwCx Tm~~' it. e.~
Swre taveIlld an tweonty .
on the lUndson vet'ra r.d