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~,,Ito~.ilfder II res laton for adjourn
U 3Ms psoperQ t b~iWi. Mr. Casey persist- it
t the rule, which was d
-0edd to the consideration
SThebill fo the armed 0
gal about a war with '
h xico will take P
lo render it inevatable." r
W -X ~ Augusta Constitutionalist
a p apresented yesterday, by a lady F
o ity, with an ea: uf corn. grown in, her']
arden, which the curious can call and see. It
s a good sized ear. and well tilled, and is sur-b
rounded by ten nubbms, also well tilled. which
are bat on the inner side, and so closely wo
ven together as to present the outward appear
ane of a large and well filed ear."
From th Gs,. July 16. c
.THE BIG TARIFF PA.SED. V
As we conjectured in the Ulobo of yes
terday, the Federal party worked through
the big Tariff Bill to-day under the opera
tion of the previous question, and cutting
ef all voting by yeas and nays on the
A.,,...ets proposed in Committee of H
aew mode oflegislation. the Re
escapes all responsibility for P
_ voteson amendments rejected in Com- Vi
nlntee, No votes are taken there by yeas V
&ad nays-and all voting os. the rejected ti
ameadments, by yeas and nays in the i'
House, (aber at was the immemorial cus
toon n renew such propositions, and call Ia
the yeas and nays, so as to hold each Re- C
presentative to his cesponsibility.) is pre- C
luded by the previous question. Every
JFederal member can now deny before his
comituents that he voted against any
one of the rejected amendments w hich he
olsall find to be popular in his district.
It will be seen that the present bill re
pel the proviso in the distribution act,
whib it was made a condition that in d
case dities on any article should at any
talae be raised to exceed 20 per cent, the a
distribution should cease, aud the land 9
fund be restored to the Treasury of the
The duties under the present bill more
* a double the 20 percent of the compro- C
set;and the plighted faith which ob
..naed .he passage of the distribution law,
.-only by inserting that condition, is now Vio
-.ated;-the duties are raised abo' e 0 per
em ,and the conditional clause of the dis
-ribation act repealed. Tbis is high-han
ded, and not high-minded Federalism.
'It is Coonskin, not black-cockade Feder
On the passage oftbe bill, the vote stod: v
For the bill 116
Tbe following absentees would proba
bly have voted for the bill, viz. Mcs
arm. Henry. Hunt, Rayner, and T.
W. Williams, 4
Against the bill 113 a
The following absentees would proba- 9
bly have voted against the ball,-viz. I
Nesers. Colquitt. Ferris, LoweU. i
- rogSweney, Westwrook, 11
er Fthe bifl 120
Dead (Mr. Hastings) I
Speaker . I
The number of which the House is cow-3
The following are ihe- Yeas and Nays
onathepasiage ofthe bill:
YEAS-Mesars. Adims. Allen. Lant
daf W. Andrews. Sherrod J. Andrews,
Appleton. Arnold. Ayerieg. Babcock. Ba
ker. Barnard. Barton, lBirdseye, Blair.
Boardmtan. Borden, Botts, Briggs, Brock
way, Bronson, Jer. Brown, Biarnell, Ca:
boon, T. J. Cambell. Childt. Chitteden. J.
C. Clark, S. N. Clarke. James Cooper,
Cowan, Cranston. Cravens, Cuehing. Garn
rett Davis. John Edwards, Everet, F-e-'
senden, Fillmore, A. Law rence. Foster,
Gates, Gentry. Gidldingus. Gomini Patrick
G. Goode, Graham, Graniger.Gre-en. ll:al.
Halstead, Howard. Hud-on', J osephaR
Ingersoll, James Irvin. Wmn. W. lrnina.
Jamaes, Win. Cost Johnson, Isaac lb.
,Jones, John P. K.-nnedy, Laue, Linn.
McKemnan, Thomas F Marshall .awim'an
Mason, Mathiot, Matt-,ck-t, Mlaxwea-l,
Maynard. Mloore, Morgan, Morris. Mour
row, Osborne. Owsley, Parmenter, Pearce,
Peadleton, Pope. Pnwell. Ramsey, Be-nj.i
Randall, Alex. Randall, Randolph Rid.
. way, Rodney. Win. Russeoll. Jame, M1.?
Russell, Salkonstall, Shepperd. Simnonton.
Slade, Truman Smith, Sollers, Sprigg.
Stanly, Stokely, Stratton. Alex, lI. H.
Stuart. John T. Stuart, Summners, Tallia
ferto, John S. Thoinpson7 Richard W.
Thompson. Tillinghast. Toland. Tomhin
son, Triplett, Trumbull. Underwood, Van
Rensselaer. Wallace, Washington. Ed
ward D. White. Jo.. L White. Jose-pha L.
Williams, Yorke, Augustus Young. and
John Young-i 16.
' NAY5-..Mlesars Arrington, Auherton,
Beeson, Didlack, Black- Bouwne, Boyd.
Brewster Aaron V. Bro.wns. Mliltoaanvrwn,
Charleswn, Burke. S~iapson II. But
dnr, WW utler, Win. 0. Butle-r. Greenu
W. Ca welI. Patrick C Cald well, Jo'-.
Campbell, Wmn. B. Campbell. Caruthaers.
Cary, Casey. Chapman. Clifu'rrd. Clittn..
G(iles, Mark A. Cooper, Cro-s. Damel,
Richard D. Davis, Dawson, Dean, Deheu.r-;
ry,.Doan, D~oig. Eastman. John C. E'l
wards, Egbert. John G. Fiaoyi, Ionuaunce.
Thomas F. Poster. Gamble. Gerry. Gil
seer, Win. 0. Goode, Gor.liu, Guatmne,
Hays, Holmes, Hopkins, Houck, Ilou-ton,
Htabsd, Hluster, C. 3. Ingersoll. Jack,
Cave Y I.Jones, Keimn. A n
drew Lewis, Littlefield,
Ab eCay, McKeon,
Malory. Marshall, John
Thotupsem b- ews. Medill,
--eriwetis, bell. Newhard,
ridggsyni Plumer, Read,
RedingRecher, Rhbett, Riggs,
-' eges&Rheiet ord. Saunders,
&Si~ Shiel" a~ ot, Syder,
ao, V 1 uren,~Ward,Wagen, Waiter
ams Wilitins, Chris
pNI' its, and Wooda-1I32
ualama.-As far as we have observed.
te two parties are rapidly uniting in the
rtermiintion to bre.ak up the present bank
Ig system Candidates of both sides for
it- Legislature pledge themselves to this.
6e doubt if they will he soon enough.
-le paper f th'- St.ate lank is now at *0
er cent discount in Mulaile, and cannot
-main above zero much louger.-Char.
iLuisiana.-The returns of the electio.i
far make Mouton's majority 1344.
'here are two or ihr o parishes to be
card from. Both the second and th-!
eird Congressional Districts have given a
irge Demnocratie majority. It is heieved
tat the Whiis will hav-- a small majority
a the Legislature. The Banks seen to
o sure of t.is, as their circulation is suffer
d to depreciate tram day to dlay. It now
aries from 13 to 50 per cent discount.
TALLAIIASMEE. July 15.
Indian News -104 ludiantis. anoIng then
lalleck Tustennugace, were shipped at
edar Keys, on buoard the Steamer Col.
arney. for the West. on the 18h uilt.
Intelligence has been received at Tam
m, from Sam Jones andi the Prophet. who,
ith their hands are supposed to be in the
einity of Indian River it is the desire of
time chiefs to emigrate, with their people.
the Fall. In the meantime, they wvish
remain unmolested. Col. Wsorth has
ecordlingly assigned them a portion of
)untry in the neighbcorhood of the Oke
A fact of great inter-i bas been proved.
y the borings for Art-ian wells in the
uburbi of Paris. viz: that as we co to
ard, the centre of the earth, the temper
ture increases. at the rate of about one
egree for -very fifty feet. That the whole
iterior portior of the earth, or at least a
rea part tif it. is an ingenious oceani of
melted rock. agitaied by violent winds.
ough I 4are not aftim it, is still rendered
ighly probable. by the phenomenon of
olcanoes. The f.ets connected with their
ruptions have been ascertained, anti pla
ed beyond disputc. hion then, are they
) lie accounted ror? The theory. preva
nt somne N ears since. that they tare caused
y ctttmbuition of immense coal beds, is
erfectly puerile. ant is entirely abandon
d. All the world n ould never alrord fuel
ough for i .menttar exhibition of Veou
-iue. We must look then ito this:atnd I have
io doubt that the whole, rests on the ac
ion of electric and galvanic principles.
hich are constantly in operation in the
arth. We know that when certain me
als are "rought together. powerful electric
etion is involved. and a light is produce',
uperior even in eilftlgence. to the splendor
the stun Now. if a small arrangement
roduces such results. nhat may we not
%pect f om the combinations of those im
uense bide of metals. to he found in the
artl ? Here we have a key to all the
rand phenomena of volcanic action. Ii
tratiao. on a small scale, may be seen
I al instrument called by some the elec
ica hattery, made ofziae, himutb, and
p ised-d; and here we have the very
ase of the voleano. when in the interim, a
ery ocean is heavitng its surges, while its
cak~ is capped with everlasting snows.
WittTE sTEE.D 07 TttE PRAtittES.
M r. Kendall eof the New Orleans Pica
une, is civing sitme accotunt of what he'
aw and sufferaed i'm his late expedition to
cards Santa Fe, which resul ted ini im-:
risonmenm at Mtexico. After noticing
acks fmaal white horses in the Piraries.
e' adds t he follamw ing:
--.\any stories are toll of a large 'vhbite
orse' thamt ha< been seen often in the vi
maits of the Cross Timbers an-'! near Reel
liver. le has nerver be'en kn~own to gal
p. hut pac'es evean faster tho any horse
ha ha, been sent atfter him can run: anid
motirinig is the "IF/ite .'steed of thme P'rai
i-s,'' for he i, well kinowtn to tratppers antd
raders by t hn: namte; he has tired dmwtn
t less tha:n thtree rate ttage sent out ex
irely tat cath hitt, nsith a .iexic'an rider
rl'he I tter hoad tnothin t but a lasso orc luria!
tith hit:, a lotng rope- mtade eithter oaf
morse hair air he-mp, nt'l which: the .\lexi
as throw 5 with Creat dlesteritv: but al
hough tne took a fresh horse after tirin::
ne 'hbss it he neveir were tienr enotngh tat
be noble anmmtal in)t*erowt a slip no'5os-er
is heal, air i'ven to drive hima in") a enn-~
er. lie has been knoawn: to pace a mtile
less that: two inutes. and keep up this
ate hotur afte'r htour, or until he has tired
lown sshatever may be itt chase. Large
uts have been offl-redl to an~y one n ho
v'uldi catch him, andl the attemtpt hits fre
iunoth been made:' biut hae stiul roams his
ntive prairies in freedom, solitary atnd
SALvE. roR BUaNS.
An exchatnge paper says: WVe can hear
estony to the exce'llency of a p'repara
in fair the entre of hnarns, as furntishied by
Slady for the Maine Eastern Farmer.
W:e have knoawn an:d used a similar pre
nrati'mn for ttore than thirty years, and it
ansever ac'tead almnost like a charm itn re
ieusng the sinlierer. Tihe rec'ipe- may be
aund in the thirdl volutme of thcA thenaeum,
inlhishted at histon manv ;tvyears since.
r.HIannabtliartnard, ;a Qmmkeress prrach
-r, braught' it 'etto notiec at i stitn. (Co
namia Co , andl hier succes wattsm sotatn
lerful in effecting enires, th.at she sw.is con
ide'edi by etmmny as hatvinag time power to
aork omit tele. -J
Recp.-(i-Oneunce of be-es wax wtilh
'onar amnnee, omf Blurgunedy p:ich, simmered
n an: earthmen ve-ner, toge'iher in as mu~ch
tweet tail at will soften them io the con
ibtetncy ouf salve "'hen cool. Stir the Ii
Wad afte-r takinig it from the fire, unmtil
tito cootI. Keep it freom the air in a tight
box or jar. W~hen nsedl spreadi it lhmly
Itpon a cloth anud apply it tat the part injur'
ca. Let the cloth remain on, opening the
mrn with a aeedle to let out time water,
until the burn is healed.
A machine is non" in operation in Tray,
New York. for' reducing woolen rage ho
heir original attite. They are first ground,
then cleansed, and arc agtin converted
Frot on Pqo Be.
TO OUR TATRO31S.
This number completes the first volume
the " PLOUGH Boy,'' and alone for the want
patronage, we have concluded to stop the
puiblication. Whether the cause of o0r fadte
t to be attributed to our own caity for the
task. the hardness of the times. or the taling of
or the Agricultural mania, or a portion of eadi,
we know not; for our own part. we have used
every means within our reach to make the work
interesting and valuableto all concerned in t
science oil Agriculture, and if we have succeed
ed, through Ihe medsum of its columns, to have.
beens the cause of one more ear of corn being
added to the crib of our patrons, we have at
least the sntisfaction to know we have contri
buted our mile towards the advancement of the
science of Agriculture. The lsardneas of the
times, no doubt, halt in some degree. been the
cause of uir not receiving better support." as
the Farmers and 'lanters in this section of
country complain bitterly of the want of the
needful; and some! of those who were anxions
for the immnecess oif our undertaking, in its infhlait
cy, have become lukewarn and careless. To:
those who exerted themselves in our behalf, by
proeuring subscribers. communications, &c.
we return our thanks. and recommend them to
extend their friendly arm towards the new pro
ject of Mr. Whitemarsh B. Seabrook. which,
should it be establisled, we feel coitfadent would
be an ornament to the State.
Those of the patrons of the " Plough Boy."
who have not complied with the terms of the
work, in advance. ure requested to lorward the
amount, through the Pont t~tice. at our risk.
To Yuch of unr subscribers as have tot re
ceived the first nmtber, we will forward it
as soon as practicable.
ToMAxTorS Forn coSs.
The Temperance Advocate of the 21st inst.
salys:-" it a not genemaily mnown that this ve.
geatnle it a stpleror article I-or Mitch Cows.
We have tried it two Summets, and find it de
cidedly supserior toammy othervegetable we have
yet tried. They add greatly to the quantity, as
well as the rich niecs of the nilk, and give a nich,
gulden color to the crea.n and butter, which is
at least pieasant to tho eye, even i the flavor i
out improved. %'eVdo nut know hon ever,that
they imipart any ticher tiavor to the butter.
- We have kn ow it a cow to aefuse tisem when
first offered, but soon beuome very lond of theut,
othero-we beheve, a large ajority, eat them
greedly from tle liost fhas lir we ave fed
utela only in the ran. state, but it boiled with
corn meal, say hall amid hall. or two thirds To
matoes, they wutld doubtless be far better.
-To one who isoas a dairy farm, the cultiva
tion of anm acre or two in I omtatoes, would be
repuid by greater profit than any vegetable we
kinow. From me acre, not les ttan eight
bushels naght be guats-red daily, Iromn July un
til fro.A. There is sowne trouble an jicking them.
but then nearly everl, turuer has solme small
negr.es, of but ithtliug value in the field, that
imight be very useitll) employed a few hours
each day in this work. In fact, ii time fanner
has children, his little boys-aye, and big boys
too, would not be the nomse ol a little work.
We shoutdd be glad to see the experiment tried
din a larger scale tihan ours, and to learn the
THE wrATtRa-sxoW STORX.
Extract of a letter received by the Editor of
the Cuhivrtor, roum a correspondent in Onon.
daga county, Xl. Y.. dated June 17, Jbf,
Fortune hiems hitherto had the reputation f
being the most inconstaun ' eata..base
has atlast found a fo tmae rrai in~hseas
thter. Only hauak ofenaow and 6osr athe.13tt.
of mate, this blessed ~' 42. The Jain(
part of Maywas eqid he
Par ofii wai the ye ela
posed sititatios, iii .
ucenmbers, &C. riday. ,
rainy da, wind frot Nt4sN.E.'1~us
meter which was at7tders.,the dayhefijilel
betere night to 3ti dens,, anid at ten 'coek ii
the evening snowv began to fall. Saturday
mnorning, the 11th. the hills in ite south part of
this counity, and in Cortlaind, were white with
snow. Oin the maost elevated piarts it was from
two to three inches in de pth, and did not disap
pe'ar h~esore 12 o'clock. On the morning of the
11th. at stmnrise, the teramomreter was at
dlers.: the snow which fell wet w::s frozen hard
n tt plaints. trees, f ruit. tiowern., &c. preset
ing a most gloomy and sinigtlar spectacle. In
diistrictse or p lacesm particubirly hablo to fromt,
po.tato,- antd cmrn were killed to the ground,
hait on the whole the damage was not so great.
athere was at tiilst reason to apprehend.
Fruits were unhtlarmewd, but gardens suffe'red
smch. This soram wvas ibllowted by another
frost oin Saturday ntght; ,.ince wvhich time we
ha~v' badl lite weuathier, with seasoniable showers
anid hih te.lthperatulre, wh Iich hats given vegela
tin a great stairt. hlow lar this untimely snow
torml extende~d is not yet knownt, but it has
beens liat from. from Oneida to the west line
of the, ,tate,. aloiag the, elevated Itmds thati sepa
rate the waters of thie lakes from those fitog
.onith. As it melted rapidly when failing, the
depsth would have ben considerable had it re
m tained as it fell, amid sleighing in ,June might
have bt'eome a reality instead of remnaining a
word to mtark incredible things."
I CURC. FOtt DT5Pr.PSIA.
Take 1 qna.'rt of clean ashes anid 6 mtInces of
sutt, hoil thetm toethier, ini a gallont of water;t
drink a teacuip fuill, cold, nlight and morning. if
toot stron~g reuce it with cold water. It twill
,dlse cnre thle bowel conmplair~t. if talten warnm
al ter a dose of Castor Oil.
New Remedy Jor lydrophaoia.-Dlr.
lelier, member of the Royal Academy of
Mledicine, Paris. lately communicated to
his society. thai in Greece it is a practice
to observe the tongues of those persons
who have been bitten bty dogs, because at
the end of eight or ninte (lays there op
pears on eachi side of the tongute, and near
te tipper part. pustules called lysses by
the Greeks. These pusiules contain the
whole rapid matter, atnd itmmediatelythiey
are cut out and the wound cautterised,
which prevents hydrophobia,
A REN:EDT FoR LAUDAteDST.
A physiciani in lt imore tried an expe
riteni itn resteirine by cold water, a girl to
conscintusness w"ho had taken ladanum.
A snil stream of ctold water w as poured
upn her face from a pitcher, as site lay
uponii her back, antI after n few minutes
timle a i witchinig of the muscles of the face
ensaue-, whlich gradually itncreasetd t thsen
a synsmiodie catching fmir breath, andh in a
ehiort limo a %truggle, with those wvho held
her. otf oeme violence took place. The
gream object was accomplished, and the
torpor was so far gone that the patient
spoke. She was then placed on her feet.
andm beitng held by a couple of stout negroes,
the stomach pump Was applied, with the
aidi of which ain emetic was administered
anid the stomach completely relieved of its
contents, and the girl was finally restored.
Mr. Editor,-As I understand thme
whooping-cough is very prevalent in the
village, I will give the following us an ab
worth of liquorce. 3 of rock
ahic, and put them in a
them till nearly die
eents worth of pare
9i antity of antimoil
atid sp whenever the
tme. It is pleasant and
of tb Editors. Mr. John
C 'mG'New York, furnishes the
Ce sib.the result of his experi
m a as a manure. In the
s S, he sowed five bushels an
acre. well broken and harrowed,
wh mnch infested with the cut
w O la strip or hair an acre tin
a : ' of.the field unsalted. to test the
The worms were destroyed.
and potatoes nianifestly bet
aled than the fresh land. This
has been continued to he man
a successive crops since. Iu
time ghlt, the salted land has exhib
ited tinued moisture aso manifested
in t t green of the vegetable
9 r. -Mather also states that he
has salt oqqis nmealows with such
sad resoth as determinto him to
cowt s gUse.
.jA imanyexperiments with salt have
bee red fron Iime toSI ime. It s re
ihaving beets sometime injn
Fio ebeneficial. andl fresjuently
no itsaction. which of course
var ing-, to circumtinuces. has
never . Clearly and satisfactorily ex
p he best optniont 6eems to be
tes chieflv by producing or
decay of animli matter in
tnquendy. the qiantiiy applied
tou proporticoned inhe icuantity of
tho ents; fhr it is a well known
fat 'smail quantity of salt promotes
dsey a larger quantity is univer
sally topreverst it.-South. Planter.
XD W14NMENTAL FT-CES.
A at meei n1ot* the Botanical
London. Mr. D. Cooper gave
an-a of a new living fence. fotrted
young trees in a 4 ag posi
onm. ricaning the oppoi te way.
so jillcross each other. ail then
ath hieb come in contic, take
oi a piece of bark anl ie closc
tvering the part with clay.
TO tree into its neighbor. and
0o years a living fence. with
dii pe openings. The plan is
on, at one for ornamental fences.
g.-An Irishman lately en
toll gatherer of one of the
how much a man was al
low aver, and was told in reply,
suh and whatever he ehnse:
wb company of !rishmpn imme
diat .each with a companion.
or h d children on his back, and
Pay e toll marched over, tnueb to
Ite the collector, whosa expusi
h Vdproved so unpro6 table.
publishedin the NwOr en
g thi follow e
1 &it Riaer.-Pasengaers only!
TheAi stemsbip Beat to Death. dapt.
Maj '. will leave the levee on the 15t
_-saa - a- River. As iis expected
a lrg'i4~~ of passengers are going to
hat endtryn notice is given early, that
berths, imaf be secured in time. The
boat w14stop at Ashland, to give those
who d~biti an opportunity sasay "good
bye" toRdiwy Clay, the Orator of the~
Wes. GDeel passengers are exj..:ted to
help~woed.. ithout "skulking."
For iauage, apply at the office of the
A full dweiption of Salt R iver, n hieb
lies ina Bollitt' County, Kentucky. may be
had oni applicatoin at the otlice of she
Persons'esing up, are nouilledl to lay ill
pienty of prdvisionss, ats lnte nceounts trnmtt
thus regiott etate thnt nll the shseep (famnille
Mloxton)have suddlenly departed, leaving;
.'h ilas iethat binds tro waciin g heart.,.'
On the9dt uit.by thc Rev. F. r. Se-ig. 3a.
-,::g~azu W. TA:.s~siv. to Mli-s Ssas 8..
daughterof Robeat Jeam:ings, Eag.
By the same, on the 14th. Inst.. M r. SI1A1 -
cOtV Ca~tmavos, to $Ius 3IAn'rnA !alngitl,
, Rchardflarks, Esgr., all of this district.
. On thsetit inst. by Maj. Bartley Martin.
Mir. Joas Dasso,, to Mass Ju~ ltA stv. es. ll
of this District.
-geceipts for Saubscriptiota.
The Pubhisher acktnowledges the Reecint
from the follingupersosto thse time piut downs
to their respebe fames.
Theopnikaetlill. to February 8. 1842.
Mlaj. JoiaChiles, to February 8, 18543.
Thomai@.Mortn, to February 8. 1843.
Chanceller Was. Harper. to Feb. 8. 1843.
D. E. Debport, to January 24. 1843.
John Al ,~~i to February 8. 1843.
Was. Brsi, Esq7,to Feb. 8. 1843.
J. White,to July 15,. 1843.
Col. WV.,.Cothrnz to Feb. 8, 1843.
D. Atkinastr. E.ito Feb. 8.1848.
Wa. MoblyMay 15,.1843.
W;, J. W(ightasan, to September 4. l' 42.
WilliasUA. Harristo Angst 19. 184g.
Capt. D. Bird, to February 8,1843.
Thoeis T. Lngan. Ru, Marchl 4.1843;
GoedU? - losw Prices!
-T H E~sabilchr being desirous of reduc.
Jig hi ss l stock by the fall season.
will offer - UDS at very low prices; a liberal
discount wilt biende for cash. All those that
wish to availiiemselves of tis opportniiv oh
bvinig Ca', wil call and examine for them.
ote,.~ E. B. PREsLEY.
efseiJuly. t 2
(T rr-a:,te r well
-aufine assortment; I will
miVem',IA cab. Any person wishing
rd~sreha~?e5 a5 ample of them. by up.
ing sat ,y~tle one nile from Edge
~l~dC, Ii. 4 stage rned leadin to lstam
bsrgte 'JON McDLVT
Jnl * - t 25
June~ - 4t 21
AUGUSTA EXCHANGE TABLE.
Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. par.
Bank of Augusta.
Branch State of Georgia at Augusta,
Agency Bank of Brunswick,
Branch Georgia Rail Road,
Mechansic's Bank. "
Bank of St. Mary's. "
Bank of Milledgeville par a 4 disc.
Bank of the St. of Geo. at Say, par a 4
Branchesc of ditto par a -
Agency of ditto, at Greensboro' Ipar a "
Bank.of Brunswick, par a -
Commercial Batik. at Macon. par a -
Geo. R. R. & Mkg. Co. Athens, par a 4
Marine & Fire In.,. Bank, Sav. par a 4
Branch ofditto, at 31actoin, pur i
PIlinters Bank. oavannua. par a -
Rnuckersville Banking t'nnp'y. pa, a
Pha-nix Bank of Columbus, 6 a 10
Ocmn.ilgec Batik. a 6
Exchange Bank, Brnnwwick. 5 a 00 "
Central Bank of Georgia. 20 a 23 -
Central It. It. & likg. Co. Sav. 2*1 a Z"
his. Bk. of Columbus, at Macon. 6 a 10'
Aluhaana Notes. D a 35"
Charleston Baiks, par.
Bank of Caiadeit,
Bank of Gergettown.
Mnrchants'. at Chernw.
Batik of lamteirg.
No Sale or Unrettain.
Bank of Darien aid iauich--s.
Baak of Columbus.
Ilank of lawkinsville.
'hattanhoociee R Rqan. & Banking Company.
Monroe R. Rnonad & llaikiig Cosipany.
Planter.i' anl M-chanics' Baink, (Cb.!cmjbna.
We'stert Bank of Georgia, at luiie.
On New York. I a 14 prem.n
Chi.irlestin. 4 a 4 -
$avanniahi. par a 4 disc.
Philadelphia. I a 1. pr,-:n. r
lanavna. July 20.
Cvgootn.-Since our last repoct. we notice that
a ciuiadderable qitatntity oif co.ton his arrived,
and11 binesicsa seea4tiied to h:re ievivred trom its
dull stt-. Pric.-'. )emwever. rceizn without
lter.tiin, %:Iy 4 j t cent as xextremMe.
AtrGacr.r. July 21.
(iron.-Our ('otton market during the past ,
week Iihabeent %ery quir,. and t:je 1;-w sale i
making have generally been in favor ofhieni era.
Our s:ock at present is very light and daily di.
mnicinluicg. a-%the creciits are small Thelinus- a
actiois Psi far as ithey hlas e come to oir know. a
ledge. reach about 2t)( hale, which wi-re di- :i
pirsed of at pricen4 raigiig from 41 to 24 et-a - -I
small lot wi-, sold early in the wek at &4 rouid.
Acetn'iwos from all parts of the State speak in
the tnost flattering terms of a.e growing crop. t
and shiould the preamt weather last, ynd we be
blesseil with a late fill, our planterA will be kept t
husy inl getting in their crops. In this county I
the'caorn and colton loloks tine, in fact never C
lookei better. We do not change our quota.
tions. 44 a L'g c.. as the buiiaeos tranancted has
been so linited that it is ditictilt ta give thetm
crectlv. but as remitaskeil above. the sales leave
generaliy been in favor of the buyer by 4 of a
GrEALt Oxozas, No. -.
CLtIInzEDOo, July A~ 1842.
W E. IJA SKILL. having beenc appoint.
* ed Paymaster General, with the rankc
of 1.t. Colunel, wcill be obeyed and respected
By order of dhe Commanader-in Clinef.
j. W. CANTE-Y.
Ent.e:sis.0t, July ?4. 1-P2. 4
T II E Comgmietiainedi )tlicers~ oef the 2nd
kRe;;ime-nt of CA V.\LRt . wIll a'aew
hie an TIua'elay. the !lih aye of An sgaut nceu.
at Lnngnmire's. in Edfgfield District, anid En.
cain faor fice days.
Then 2nid Regimnenit of Cavalry wc ;i embhle
for Drill atnd Rev~iew.act the eca elaceon .Sa
turdar. the :3thi of Aigiust ne-t. The Otileer
. nd i':n-eomeuiisionued I tlice~ra wcill nsueemble
thie day previoius for lDrill and Inspection.
The Brigade St1lT will attend the Encamp.
ment and Review.
Md. L. BONIIAM.
Brig. Gend. 1sf Big. Caralry,.
July_27 ____ t~ 2c
AN ELE('TI' N for Biri,:adicr Genetral caf
..the 2d1 Brigadc lnfanctry. 8. C. M.. to tilt
the vacancy occasioned bay the resignaation or
General Wimtbish,. is herebyr ordered tn be he~ld
at the Old Wells. on the 4th Motiday ine August
L.O(IS T. WIGFALL, Col. ith Reg.
land for Sale.
T H E Sublscriber ccil sell at Ed;:efichli C.1I.
onr the tirst Monday in August next, a
TRACT OF LAND,
cntair.ing three hiundre'd and forty-two acres,
iorer or less, siinate on the watersof M onnt~ain
and Ilorse Pen Creeks, adjoining lands aof Mr.
Angrove. Mr. Philipas. M1r. Ream. Mr. Gole
man. and others. The tract is all in woaod.
The terms oft sale are one anda two years
creit, the purchasec giving cnoes withi two
goad securities, bearing interest fronm date or.
the Lst payment,and a warrant or good title will
be givenG. F. STIEFER.
July 6 4t 23
A FRESH supply of varins descritlions
and prices, j'ust reeived and forsaehy
m ay As 14
THE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DiSTRICT Or SOUTH CAROLsA.
N the matter of Samuel Trowbrad'ge, a
tiankrupt. Pursuant to an Order of the
)itrict Cots t of the United States, for the Die
rict of South Carolina, Notice is hereby given.
hat cause be shewn before the said Court. at
he Federal Court House in Charleston. on the
'ight day of October next, at eleven o'clock. A.
L.. why the said Samuel Trowbridge, should
ot receive his Discharge and Certifcate, as a
Charleston, 11th day of July 1812.
If. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
July 27 lit '.t
rlliE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DISTP.:CT o SOUTH CAROLINA.
I N BA NKIUPTCV Y.
[ N the natter of Wiliam Canpbell. a Bank
rupt. Pursuant to an order of the District
iourt tof die United States. for the District of
5,ith Carolina. Notice is hereby given, that
1ase be shewn before the said Court, at the
eaderal Court flouso in Charleston, on the
igiath day of October next, at eleven o'chock.
. 31., why the said William Campbell, should
o receive his Discharge? aud Certifcate, as a
Charleston, 11th day ofJuly. 1842.
11. Y. GRAY, Cirk.
July 27 lit 2G
TlE U. S. UlSI'n CT COURT,
DitTUACT or SOUTHt CAnOLtNA.
N the mwatterof hIugh B. Camplell, a Bank.
rupt. Piiriant :en an Order of the District
eourt of the Cuoted States., fr the District of
5uilth Carolil.a. Notice in hereby given, that
anse be shewn before the said Court. at the
-'ederal Court flouse m Charleston, on the
ighath day el Octolbr next, at eleven o'clock.
k. M . why the said hlugh B. Canpbell. should
iot receive hI DisUharge and Certiticate as a
Charlenton, I th day of July, 1842.
11 1. 'LAY, Clerk.
July 27 lit 26
TIlE U. S. DISTR ICT COURT,
DiSTRC- Or SOL'Tt Canor.:A.
7 IfE R LAS Lelie Smith. Bootand Shoe.
tmtaker of Newberry village, and State
,fronttih Carolina. hath iled a petitiou praying
hat he may lie declared a Bankrupt, pursuant
i lhe Act of Congress of the United State<,
nde,nnd now in force. concerning Bankiyts.
Lad tat lie may have the benetit of the said
ct; this is to give notice of the said Petition,
ild that -a hearing thereof will be had before the
iouanralble Robert B. Gilchrist. Judge of the
aid Court. at a Court to be holden at the Fed
ral Court House, in Charleston. on Monday
lie Garst day of Angust next, at eleven o'clock.
k. .M.. at which place and time all persons in
eret'.d may appear and shew cause, if any
hey have. why the prayer of the said petition.
r should not he granted.
Charleston, 7thday of Jnly. 1842.
If. Y. GRAY. Clerk.
July 13 31 24
Dr..JOHN G. WILLIAAs,
flVFEItS his professional services to the
citizens of Edgefield villap and 'd aent
ountry, and las takesan Offienext oorso
aenl. M. L Bonham's near de Coast House,
-here be can be fonnd at all 'am duiug the
lay, and d5! ' o the a .ZF .
may25 tt 17
T'U IlE dubscuiber has ben,hbyJudeo
..the District Court for South Caroling
D~istict.appoir~ted Commissioner for Edgefeld
District, pursuant to the provisions of teAct
if Congress. made, and now iu force, concern
ing Bankrupts. Therefore, ay person wish
ing to avail himself of said Act, wil p lease call
capon the undersigned. at ifamburg. S. C., who
cill prep.are all the papers necessary to a final
iischa~rge, on as liberal terms am any other per~
uun an haing procured all the Rules and Bl*aks
afisaid Court reqmired. &c.
IHamburg,_June 27th I1842 tf 22i
selling ofiat Cost for Cash.
T lI E stihiriber offers fur sale whoulemahe
and retailha Iit e and estentsive stock of
Readty madle Clofhluag ad
'it iri i II. Coouke%. oli stand. Those in want
..f .itherr. will dlo wielh to call andl examine the
wor'k bwiore~ putrchasing. as the goods will ber
.at liower thatn they c.iu he bought ini the city
P 8. Thlose inilebted to F H1. Cooke by
note~ ir booak :ee untt. .. ill enlI oui the subscriber
at the~ stor,- and maike~ rcamet.
Auagniata. Ga., A pril 23.lay 4 fit 18
Chron. $& Sen.
.s Boot and Shoe
Ti ~le Subscriber ioforms htis friends, that
Kh,- has provide'd himauslf with the best myi
terial" fot mtaking tiue BOOTS and SII0Es
amnil han conineniced huisinerss at l'iottersy ie.
The bwat evide nee of thanks that he can give
his friends atnd the public, for their patronage
wh lich he hopesm to mterit. us to insure good and
fashionalde work. uplonl terms to suit tetinmed.
STIF.EN A. BROWAN.
rET Iapairinig dotne at the shortest notace.
imay 41 3t 14
State of South Carolina.
TU OL..D[ before me. this nineteenth day
Kof Arpril 42, tay Allen liumapuries, of
.shbieville. 1istricr. one bay HORSE. cight
years aild. 1:1 hainuds 2 inches igh. right hmnd
iniot white, saddle tmarksm oii both aides of hie
hack, very much crest fallen; a star in his
l::ce. A. F. I[MBISH, J. P.
june 8 4m1 19
State of' south~ Carolina.
A 3TtS AN NKS, living rteai Capt. Jacob
Long's, in thte loer part of this district
tolls bwfore me onc yellow sorrel MAR E. wih
a blazed f'ace. both hinud feet white, about 14
hands high, and sup oedto he about ten years
oild. A ppraised at $35
R. B. BOUKNIGliT, Magistrate.
may 18 4m 16
State of South Carolina,
JOHIN B. HOLMES. tolls before mon
a Spianish roan MA RE, body inclined to
be white, memi marks of gasr, 4 feet 9 inches
high, supposed to be fourteen years old; ap
praitedhby D. White, B. Howard, and J1. C.
T1homas at fifleen dollars, and can be seen- at
'flaj. Holmes', near Delaughter's Mill~ogn'Var.
key Creek. Beore me thus25th of May, [B12