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timuare Sa, of the 24thult~osays 1.16
agitated question is, at ientthset " ap,
cial meeting ofth Cabioet. was held this
morning. at whink it was Anally decided that
no change would'ikepiaee in tht body. do
the CabinetowiUr.main as folows;.-State
DptanNr2t Webstert Treasuty, Mr.
Spenert -War, Mr.7arter; Navy, Mr. Up
altar; Tbst Waster Ger.eral, Mr. Wickliffe;
A0.904. Gen, Mr. re.
-iIs in the mission
to Chi m hbk, Ijz Mr. Cuashtng wall
bea-pose tnl ihe vacancy."
Arrival of Prasshta. Boyr.-A Crrespon
deg of the-, m'ale lejaid, at Pensacola,
-~a thatEiPtesidient Boysr had arrived at
that place in the British sloop of war Magnet.
Salues were interchanged by the U. S. ship
lbaependence and frompe gun of the Navy
Yard with uhe agnt ashe acae to anchor
'tbe Fort. Boy has lately abdicated the
CblefMagistracy of the Government of Hayti.
Imaprtnsa bsuatien--The Columbia S. C.)
papes staw that Mr. Boatwright has invented
a Xii, frgrini-ng orn with the Cob. whch
wl'redds the who ear.cob and all cfkientL
ly inc to be 6d safely and profitably to stock
of ny kind. The inventor says that 100 bush
els orems being ground whole. will yldk 85
t r oMeaE which ho froaperients mnade
fo: the Iast 8 or 10 moqts. (incInding the lut
hatd winter,) is equal to75 bushels of good
Crn .and clear gain ,fabout50 bushels in ev
ery hundred, of good, wholesome food. The
cost of the Mill s50 complete, and the ap
parats of0aCotoin or Threshing Machine
wi answer fr both. The machinery of the
oMil is very simple. and so constracted as
seldom a never to get out of repair; it will
grind ene hundred bushels per day, with one
man to feed and aend it. .Mr. Boatwuight
selUsthemealat the MiW, for 31 cts. per bl.
ij pAa gis Grim. - The last hard winter
o tangbe i number of our citinens a lesson,
as regarls economy in food for stock, not
shortftobe forgotten; we therefore hope that
they wil be prepared, ere the coming of ano
ftarbard winter,with one of those valuable pre
- saui'eeof stock.
. 'MUiC6g.-Th?. Tesac Masvcate,
-.." Mr, Cary will fiish his tour, and be
in ColimbiaOthe Is Monday in May, where
he espeti to remain om week. He will be
ieedy to proeed to visit Orangebo,. Colle
temBarnueU, HambugrbAugusta, and Edge
ald, in the course of the three or four succeed
ing weeks, if he be invited to do so. Com
anlcitit-n postage paid. addressed to him
or Dr. Leland, will be promptly answered
and attended to.
-"j. B- ar the above arrangement are
cmplesed, ay lt of Jobe, Mr. Carey will be
In ensdines= again to turn atention to those
ispper Districts or Local Societies. that may
Intd ka request hroug Dr. Lelad oYCo.
Imumbia, Chainnasi fthe Executive Commit
tasofthe otp isperane Piety. .
S"Fellow nitins, ye need fcar no agent of
darkasm, no g7Armsaos a in this honest,
'aspreuming, nAmple.hemrted man. He is well
known at bom. His name we we frequently
menatinaed for good, in the Temperance pa
ofhis own city. Baltimore; and he ha
known, tried,and proven bere aforetime.
ae is a man, humbly ylling the story of, his
own armors in penitence and sorrow, that he
amay shus advance the pause ufrserorm, which
ha han s truly and honestly at heast."
Te Jesadr.-WVe ive receired the Girst
asunbr of this paper, published in Columbia,
by Mewss. Debose .,ds Joihnsten. ,Jukes. J.
pmhotie, Esq.,so long ks'wn as the able edi
itr cf th Thinperanee AdeocatV, glla it.edl
ierial chair; amid nm' abi..iaone of ails
is:Sher the mechanical depiartment hai fallen
lute good hands. Tbeermer and planter has
new a fair chance of aupplinghitsef, itith
wrhathas long been sought afler,an Agric~ltu
tal Journal, at the seat of our State Govern
asn, in competent hands. We have a liopo,
that the motto of the Planter. "e as~e yongo,"
will be stbidy adhered tohby its patrons, *boam
no doubt will be numerous.
We unfortunathly had the number destroy
ed, before we bad a fair chance of perusing it.
Will dhe proprietara plums forward another ?
The follow address of the Editor, poi6ts etat
- the course to he pursed by him in conducting
Tie Platr.-(tn presenting to the public
the Brat snadber'of our paper. a is proper that
we should state, isey. the ebanracter we pro
p.to give it. Agriculture will, of course,
'lam our Org attention:enbci ndrhs
eiealitena whatever relatess to cutra
tion of gaisngn and orqthads, as well as or
farnzs'aad plantatsons; of stock. the various
breeds; their maniagement, Inmprovement, dis
ens.., &c. But as no paper devoted exclusive
ly to one subject can be generally popular, we
shall give the Planter meet. as for as prascica
- ~jwauaeofeseb; inbother words we shall
. 'tow make it an instreetive and useful
dia. ntthe vanity tosuppnee
agris tyal'e t ; lie hla on corres.
pondmaesfanember of whom. iznong oechest
.plisaand wurn have pemaed coaMbisa;
en hrportoSh. Btata.Aguicmltasal Socie
ty, land to these of its auailiaries which shell
make the 1haaw ib.organ of coatmunica
. he. Wih-berspoeiee we -have eejoyed
IinkiAgrienatural sefectios..suilable to
dhe Sot. ad with the original contulbutions
of, .Pswes, Farrimrmaud 'a~rdenars,
we Planter wilt not be wiu air
geusthe Are-ef ' or tlcaleco.Itro
versy hdfbka~e e ter at liberty
tn gasper up the-.poliuiodl and religious intelha
eithesda smnd to give them as a portion
. as "listoryer tibms The Temipeasanc
mga cmli'eir . b al cordial
aj&aM our vI4~ase eber'ubjeetsbsall be
and fmsrlessly given; wheist those opi
ios happen to. chime an hernmoeiossly
wli hb qling-sentiments of the.-day or
\Ue'ew saidisucceed in carrying eodthe
thewill unoldk: we haves
pte~rs y, idsr,&c.. tomaIgRhnt
'as~n fwe ds to thw tlmter to furmish at
end lden breadifwe do not strain av
esyr4 to maker our eefu. popular
a-geedamuore to the purpose
' rimoa r aal e he apples fSodo insto
ofrd chiaserspfEshco. 8010 Iade
weto saksriV, YitdnoPlantr
Sadvanee, (ueyor r Utiek,) mingle
littw~lchrity with ye eri'ials , and then i
we ari not to your ite whyr
N. B. Having nediuade or dbu we hop
sbsribers wiU soon make dseirs. -
Smol Por in Neebrry.-We learnei
frot a respectahle citizen uf Newbufry
about two weeks ago, that nino Cases 0
small pox had occurred in thpt District
all negroes, from Charleston ; and nine o
them had terminated in death ; and tha
the citizens, in their alarm. had prevente&
the physicians frain attending them, b
warning them stita they would not emplo:
them againi it they did so. Weuscarcel
know whicli. are most reprehebtible, ii
such ease, the physicians, or they whi
deprive the afflicted of their aid, by su.c
warnigs. It is the duty of the fortier, t
incur the risks inciden tick thej rofesioi
thy bae voluntarily issim and dlis
regard all stilc ivarnings ; and any on
who does not..should be discountenance
by. all, lest be, deal by them, in iwila
adfliction, as he has done - by others eithe
friai tear of disease, or or loss of practice
We understand that reports are .in eir
culasiau, fur and near, that the Small !'oj
anti Scarlet Fever are raging at this place
Nolitig was ever farther fron the tratb
We have aot heard of a 'ngle case o
Smaf Pox nearer than Rie erry istrici
where,'we prosutne,i will soon be checkd
if ii his hot already been dn. We learr
that it was introduced there by some No
groes Mi(ch were purchased in Charlestqu
During- the post winter there were sona
cases of scarlet feyer in one or two fami
lies of Negrnes at this place. but we - havo
not bcard of a single white person takin;
it, and do not believe there is now a casi
of it within ten wiles of the Vllage.
Accident.-The Madison (Geo.) Mis
cellany says:-- A very distressin aacci
dent occurred in our town on Monda)
morning last. As the boarders of tht
American Hotel were about passing ou
from the breaktast table, one of the guards
who had arrived from Milledgeville, foi
the purpose of conveying the convicts ti
the Penitentiary, took up a pistol in tb
bat to examine it previous to going to thI
jail. While in the act of letting down thi
ham-ner upon the calp, the pistol was dis
charged, and a young gentleman fron
Greene county, Mr. Wim. K. Daniel, re
ceived the entie discharge of twenty-on
buck-shot in his breast and neck, at a din
sance of about five paces. The pistol wai
a large horse pistol and was heavily charg
ed. Drs. Ogilby and Jones wets in im
mediate. attendance, and though it wai
at first thought impossible for him to tar
vive, we are happy to state that he is nov
doing well, with every prospect of a speed:
The Rates of Postage on heap Litera
lure.-astructions were received.at thq
New York Post Otlice on Saturday, fror
Washington, to charge pamphlet postag
on all the cheap publications of the day
issued as extras. For the future, there
fore, the postage *on the extras of th
Brother .lonathsan and New World wil
be 2j cents a sheet.-Thcso publica
tions are also, to be shot out from Canadi
on the first of July.next.
Another Bloody Pie Fight !.&-Tbcr
wIs a brutal prize 6ght, of the blood.es
character, on 15th A pril near Goose Ta
vern, 15 miles from Philadelphia. bet weet
Freetman, an English bully, ad a younj
brick maker'of the city nmed Rtusk
They fought 175 rounds, its presence o
several hundrild persons, who s'artes
from a Tavern i Library sitree t.
the 50th round, the Philadelphian's eye
were completely closed, but througi
the intcrference of friends, he continued is
fight, and eventually proved victorious
The bet. between the helligerents alone
is stated at $500.-N, Y. .Plebian.
A Sorry Moa.--Dan Marble tells:
story about a Yankee tailor dotmning a mat
for the amount of his bill. The man sait
he --was sorry, very sorry that he cotuldn'
pay. it." "Well," said the tailor, "I tool
you for a rnan that would be sorry, huti
you are sorrier than I am, ll qtuii."
Killing troo Leirds, with one utone.-It i
said, that for a political salute of one hun
dred gnus, fired at Alheny on Thursday
the Whigs furnirshed the guns in honor o
their success in Albany, and the Demo
crats the piowder. in honor of their victor3
in New Yorik. This was tboth good na
tured and economieal..
. nem the Spectatar.
Heca; both aides and then decide.-Thb
policy of this country is to look to its comn
merce ns the artite agenet,,iu seeking, mar
kets tor the sale nr interchange of the pro
ductions of agt-ieulture and the mnebharni
arts. It measures of Governmnent leripplc
this agent, the effect immediately is fell
by the feirner, the manufactuwrer. anil thi
mtehanie, is a prostration of all these
Ibranches of industry. We need no, bettel
illustration of this than Is at this nmomen
Ipresented. By a falke impression she
special protection woukl work benefieially
sult is that dhefieLd, thefactory, and the
weorkshop, arc left with their respectivi
productnons a cepmulating on their hands
and no inarket or demand for thetm. "P.
aicaul economlurs" inay descant throngi
laboring volumes to show the advuhtage
or disadvantages of "conervailing du
ties," "homs protttion." &c. &c.; hut
practical men till not fail- to perceive thc
difference betw5een theory and practical
results. .We sever knew the time whet
ottr commerce flourished, that all othei
interests were not, also In prosperonscon
d~tion. Nor dil we ever know the time
whlen one dominerce..was prostrated, that
all other branches of industry were notdt
sackcloth and ashes.
Su ppose. by a rigid system of what b
called home protection, our commerce, as
it naturally must, goes out of existence, 0:
aks to the condition of that of Italy o1
*ast on what canswe rely to-guard oui
AIallstem ftp. the interference of "out.
.tdasb,a..ns Can ..e ma.o... ip.
I for the occasionoult of Our factorhil and'
our mines.. Wei must not forget the ab
solute necessity of possessing the means
of manning a navy, and-iThis cpn only be
done by sustaining;an ijtive commercial
Mr. CALuouv's policy has always been
to watch strictly the progress of measures.
Desiring to sot: all the leading interests of
the country prosper alike, he has been al
r ways found the ready champion to check
overreaching propensities on the one side.
r and give a lifting hand to the overreached
i on the other. By this course,he may have t
I exposed himself to the ingenious and ars
, ful. wfto are ,lways ready. to quote par
, iaty, to bear oat the charg;e of seeming
, ingonsisteney; but the intlkgent observer
I will not fail to remark and sustain our as
setion.. That he )has always been the
steadtAst advocato of commerce and agri
culttre, is because he believes and knows
that these two interests must be sustained 1
atallbazards, and then all other interests
r Insurectiont and attempt to Burn Sing
r Sing State Prison.-On Saturday morn
ing last. the.female prisoners at this estab
lishmeni revolted against the keepers and
set Sre to the prison, Considerable dam
age'was done, when the flames were sub
duced wiLh great difficulty. The causeof
the insurrection seens to have been a
change of thve old prison mutran for a new
r one. which the prisoners did not approve.
"Economy is.Wealth.."-In these times
of pecuniary distress, this old maxim, is
worthy of being remember and acieI upon.
,A penny saved is a penny earned," is
also another maxim, worthy of note. low -
many persons are now bitterly reproach
ing themselves for their previous extrava
gance and luxunous livina. without the
courage to carry out the reform they know
to jie necesspryto retrieve their dilapida
ted fiartuies. But the lite has come when
a large majority of our i.tisens must com -
mence a systena of retrenchtimeni, or sink
rapidly irio a state of hopeless .poveriy
and want. A timely self-denial, judicious t
ecocomy and persevering intlustry.. sasy
avert such a result. Up and be.doing,
then ; cut off all useless expeuditurest be
industrious, and with perseverance and r
the blessing of God, you will soon change a
the aspect of the times.-Southcrn Chron
A Xew World Discovtred.-The Un
known Nation of Central America, which
Mr. Stephens received some intimations
during his first visit to tihe celebrated ruins
of our Continent. is also spoken of by the a
French traveller Waldeck. Mr. Norman n
thus sp'ekks of the reports concerning it in f
his recent work on Yucatan and the an- P
"There i4 a dis:rict of:-nuntry situated 1
between Gnatamala, Yucatan. and Chia- p
pas, that has uever yet been subdued. r
This section is surrounded by mountuins, d
and is said to be inaccessible except by
one way, and that not generally knowu.
No one yet. who has the boldness to fil
low the inhabitants to their wild rctreat,
has ever returned to render an account of
his journey. The inhabitants are repre- t
sented as speaking the Maya and Tehole I
languagesand many of them asconversiog
well in Spanish. I ron the laiter c::um
tanco, they are enabled to visit the near
est cities and sell their tobacco, the princi
pal aiticle.they cultivate, and afterwards c
return to their retreats.-Theiy are consti
tuted of the Lucandrons and other savage
tribes ;. are expert tiarriers, remarkable
athletic and verg cruel. They are waer
shipers of idicil, andl thecir religious cre-a
monies are sai to have undergone little
or no cbangc. -
-Palenque .is in. the neigh~borhaood of
this settlement;. andbWaldet who says
he as nnvrmo witi omeofthese po
ple, underbtood that they hadl white per-a
sons among theni--bui, whiether. they stay .
voluntarily, or are detained asi prisonaers.
tie bas not mentioned.. The rame notion
is spoken of by Mr. Stepheu'. Their
numit'r is estimated at thirty thuan~ad ;
their secluded mode of life makes it almst
aimpossible to arrive at ay thing like cor
r-ect impressions respect ing thetn. The
Indians of Yucatan uad the neighboring~
province have been seen in coaversation
with persons fronm this district; they, how
ever, appear as others. Could a friendly
intercourso, by any possibility, be orab
lishied wiish tis surprising country, the.re
is scarcely a doubt that a complete know-I
edge of the former inhabitants of the im- a
mecuse ruins scattered tharouaghout the pao
vinces wvould be revealedl. That their ionm
pIes and ree-ordls remain in safety, and are
capable of speakini to posterity, there can
scarcely be a que..it i.
"I doubt if the above be a true estimate
of their.. numbers, since they. have been
enabled to sustain thiemselves for ages (no
one knows hew lengg) against enetmies and
-intestine wars andI dissoluion. It would
be more reasonalie to suppose that they
are the outcast of Pelasgi of somne invad
ing nation, nead the remnants of a powera
that once defended those wasted towns
that now Jiea lange. mass of scattered ru
ias. The gabhered fragments of Pales.
qup, apid other conqnered places of equal
importance, may hiave eneentrated their
breken strength within thme houndaries, of
these halls, and, under the strog impulse
of desperatiotn,. they raay have preserved
their tratiotality lin defiance of alf th'e force
that surrounded thean. It may well ex
cite universal anioni'shment, when the fact
becomes known.'thatiliere actually ex
ista, within a territory of five hundred
miles, a distinct pecople, that have govern
ed themselves for ages, and that they-con
tinue to do so wiihout assistance or pin-i
tection. It would be a lesses to mankitd
to asenrain how they have managed thfeIr
self-governing principles, arid bow they
have preserved their national individnahi- .
y. Three centuries have transpired since
the conquest ; atnd, if neither- Yankee nor
Irishniant have found his way among the
Lacadronos before ihis, it deserves the
careful consIderation both of the psychal- I
oglec and the statesman."
07 he rieadaof Georgle
POPE, Esgr., announce him as a candidate
for re-election, to the Office of Clerk of the
Court of this District.
May,-' ., 1
Exruad of it uer resiad in CsIelkeao. dted
LAvaaCoL. A pril 3.
Th'e reeits of Coton imr .certinly .ew
waous. The Great Weaern accounts have
luite staggered speculators, and they have al.
ogether quitted the market. We thnk. how
iver, J decline will bring them back againal
eady prices in the last two days are J down,
whein sales have to be made.
Whi4t these accounts reach you. it is; re.
narkable that f6 a month of such heavy bmysi.
man.a. bare id rise, (now lost) should only hldve
een got..-Macrg. - -
HAMauwo, April 25.
Roetarks.-The steamer Britannia has ar.
ivdd, bringng Liverpool dates up to the 4th
Vpril. We look upon thet as favorable to
ur Cotton dealers. and hope to see -prices
aeady for some time. In fatt. Ahei - ceounts
ire of more importance to tcommercial com
nanity than have reached us for some time
lack. -L;tets from tiverppol. represent the
naket in-a -ood conditin, 6a nimated, sales
eaching 10;'%000aJes Irn day, and the demand
as .been (Ireely met mpy holders; the warliet
veal .suetned in the face of a tremendous imn
iort, aeid speculators have entered into pur.
:ases freely. We, however, have no idea that
he market will take a sudden rise, or that it
will reach a great deal higher than present pri.
es; enough however to waraut our planters
u railling the article.
Couto.--OUr market, is qaite firm to-day,
nd sales made readily at gtoing prices. Since
he Isnt six days, prices have advanceed fully 4
t. on fair lots, aid there is a disp tion among
tyers jo go a little farther.. rces range tim.
ay from 4 tof6 eta.; principle mles5 t) icti.
Ve hope next week to give a better statement
(rthe market, as the accounts pave been re
eiveid so late that we cannot fairly ee into
eratioi a- -
Freights and Excha.ge remait, unchanged.
AUGUSTA. A or4 27.
Renarks.-The favorable ndvices frout Ea.
ope, received by the steamer Britannia. have
ad some ininaence in this and other nmrkets
ruin which we have already heard. We be.
eve tim: iholste advces are considered favoua
le, notit so anmch on account of expected ad
ances in the prices of American produce, a.
mn accounaa of a revival. if generaL businesw.
ud of a .perceptibi,: tewtoratomn of confidnc mce
all commeriei operations. In Europe and
piall in. England. mone; was abundaut.
nd remainitig idle ina the va:mlAs of tC Bank of
:ngland; bit as the rate of interest had been
euced, and money could be obtained at 1 to
4 per cemt. per annumn. amid, as there were
respeCts of naurs. sability in commnterc sal ope
tions, it was anticipated that this supermbnn
nce of money would seonbosafely-mvested.
rhich it was anticipated would inapart more
ctivitj to trade and commerce.-Te accounts
roin the British. manufacturing districts, and
6o from-those of the continent of Europie, re
resent their condition as improving. and do
g a safe haine , if not a very.. protitable
te. We consider this informasmii nas highly
% orable w the imaintenance only for preent
rices for. the great staple of our section ot tme
mion, though we mav continue to eceive in
ramation that theo m'provement of which we
ave beens advsed. had been sustained and is
r *grssing. An advance in price- could be
asoinaly expected, if the supply of our poro
uce did not go so much beyond tihe demaad,
ough a large increase in the consumption
ny be anticipated.-Takioig ti view of he
ubject, weme we dealers in our staple, we
'uld be cautions in our operations. and guarl
gainist the ductu-tiot diat may happen. We
Mild act with prudence, and disregard all an
ci pations of a material advance its the Luro
can warkets. If the stocks of goods hat've
rently dininished. ins the manufactomies. and
re hardly salicient t) meet tie demand, we
imut bear in wind that tie activity stated to .
are sprung up in ti manufactuming districts.
ill sioon replenish those stocks. and in sui
ient quantity to ineet any extra demand that
an bo made. During this process tI price
tthe raw material tay advance. ndil perhap
declinae froamm thea pirevionms entrert p~rices.
te speak of tramnsactionas damring iih-: pse-et
easimn. With regard to prices fwrwardhs,
very thing will depeinil ont the extent if te
ip nmuw gaowina inm tids courtry. andl mnmame
peiting oh new usarket for thme stafe of maau-i
actred goodta, i.-tomnly fruzn Europe biat fromum
de country.... .
coie.-The advies frm Europe have hadl
stluence ini omnr amarket. Thea advance iis fully
c., and onm higber qualirti. which nre ve-ryI
care about Sc. Thme dlemuand is active, buit
win to th~e small quanatimy of the article oi'er
g.thopertions hate not baen so exmetensvel
a tey would othrerwise haas h eeni. The re-1
ips citiniue to be light, andi time mariket cos
d yesrday wvithi a firm reeling. We quite
xtrees fiomu 441to 64. :tough thecre ms coitotn
i the m arket held at abo've aaur highieut quota
le. Chief sales 5 to06 cents.-ontiuion-.
.COL~cNDIA, April 27.
Coo.-The market tils becn brisk and ac
mie duirina thme past weik. and the isales havei
ee comnpai atively large. both from ,torcs andii
rgon, at ana aidvance of fully j rf 'a centi n
I des riptions, 1',e now quote pr ices 44 a
j eents. exremes ; most sales at 3 a 5j.
Echage -Onm Charlestona j, anmd ona New
ork mier cent: prm.
rrts.-4)f Cottn to Charlestoat.!y river
er raaread,75acnli per bale.-Carein.
. ,Cuant~a~sos, A pril 29).
Cotten.-Our receipts of U'plands conitinne
o 'all off'-thmy atmmuted during thec past
eek to bait 3442 bales, of which 18109 by wa-l
er, and 16:32 by rail road. -Exported in samae
ime 1913 balos.: leaving no hmanad a shipmpinmg
tek of 1848~5 bales, exclusive of 375th bale
m shija-board ::'ot cleared, and reducing thae
toci since l-st week 7410 bales. As regards
he genearal features of tho market, we wimuld
bimerve that holders evitmocd an muinching
wnmss thrnouout the week ; and the trans
cions .were not onLy made at the fullerices
r the Geek previous, but we heard oh some
ntances where an advance on them was
'laimed. These remarks are principaly ap
alcabloto the opeatons madea up to Thturs
lay evening~. Yesterday all bet ots 1:r two
archscrsstdreW, and the nurket evidently
losd very heavya with an etfortto buyers to
ibtain acedactian, which. however. thus far.
was not accompsed4 thee.- The dailly
ales are a follows: On Saturday, .T76 bales;t
Iondav, 1516; Tuesday. 875; Wednesday.
459: Thursday. 640; yesterday, 67Li-.nsak.
ing a grand total of0153 bales, at prices rabg
nag from 4 to 7eta. according to quaity.-Mier
A NY person wishing to pircas a YORE
~orjTEEftS, wusld dowell, I htave no
oib, to call and ste for themselves. The
iteers is large amnd likely and in good order.
bey are well'broke to work, they are seven
'ears obl. I will sell thema to ani thme times,
od on a credit until the Grst of .Janna rynext.
tithe anote and seenrity. I live nine mie he
t Edgeield. C. H., one mile from -the fie.
etch road, near Josiah Lanhamt's.
WILLIAM E DOBEY.
May 3 3r : 14
300E & JOD PRNTZoG
F' Every description executed with
natness& despatch,ui the O0lice,
le Enu Elf'T 4DYR*feAR
031E persmone ha errowed from my Libra
ry. an English edition or Shakesspeare,
nod alo an American edition of the.same. in
2 vok, 3rd vol Johnson's Lives of tie Poets.
and lat vol. of Thier's French Revolition, and
I would be much obliged to them to return
them, or let me know where they are.
F. W. PICKENS.
May 3 2t 14
State of South Carolina.
ExcuTtvr?. !DP nRxzsT.
Columdia, A pi 18. 1*43.
By His Excellency JaXCs H. HAXxonJD, Esq..
Governor u nd (ommander-in-Chief in and
- over the State of South Carolina:
W H EREA S ina pursuance of the Act of
the Legislatuare of this State, the votes
for Members of the twepty-eightls Convess
have been coinsted in presence of the Govern
or, by Commissioners appointed for he pur
pose. and it appettrs, that JAS. A. BLACK
han been duly elected for the Congressional
District composed of Spartaniburgh, Union,
York. rind Chester, forning the First Con.
greasional District. RICHARD F.. SI1P
SON for the Distsict composed of Pickens.
Anderson, Greenville. and Lanrea. forming
the Second Congressional Diptrict: JOSEPH
A. WOODWARDIfor the Disriet composed
of Lancaster, Kershzaw, Fairfield. Rithland and
Suster, forming the Third Congreknal
District; JOHN CA31PBELL for the Dintrict
compused of Chesterfield, binrlteorongh, Dar
lington. bfarion, Ilorry,. Georgetown. and
Wi;;i.t-n~srgh; fhrminx the Fourth Congres
sional D:-trict; A. BURT forth, District com
pooed .,f AbbeviNe. Newherry. Edgetit-ld and
Lexington. forning the Fifth Congr-ional
District; ISAA' E. IOLMIES for tia Die
trict of' Clharientlon. foernsinsg the Sixth Con
grre-sional Ditrct; IL B. tlETT sar -the
i.trict conpo-'d of Orani-elrg. Barnwell
Bc.111srrtoletson. a-14 the 1arish of ss. John.
Uati, formuit.g the eventh Cun;rcsai nsil
Dk. .. . - . -
Now, therefore. L. J.'i-s I. iiAsruv. Go
vernor and C :nannerin-Chie in .and over
Ise State a: -nid. dm issae this my ptocaua
tion. noatifyia.g and declaring. niccordang so the
pro% isios 4f the said Act. that Jaies A. Black.
Richartd F. Sipsmmjon. Joseph A. Woodwaid,
Jsohn umpbell. A. Bete, IwLmac E. Ilaues,
end Ro~bert flarnwvell fflhett hand a majority of
the votes in th-iur rLlective Congreassional
Distric finFresna' and nre dulv elm ched Re
presestativcs in the Congreni of the Uii'ed
Given tander my hand and t:e so.-of the
State. iat Columbia. this eigtcernh d-ty
oifApril. in the year of our Lord oei
t.. aS.] thon-und eight hundred & tarty-laree,
ami in the siztv-*eventhi year of tie
ladelnmidenfte U n sited States of
J. II. HAMMOND.
By the Governor:
Rov.Qr. P1-i.Isa.v. SecrctarvofState.
May3 _' 'tt 14
State of' Sotiih Car6lina,
Y OLIVER TOWVLES. Esquire
Ordinary of Ed'acliuld District.
Whereas Beunet Perry. hath applied to
mne far Letters of Administration on all
atnd singular the goods aid chattels, rights
and cretlts of Willis Berry. latc of the
Ditrict aforcaid, deceased.
These ate, therefore, to cite and adtmon
ish all and siagular, the kindred and cre
ditors of the said deceased, to be and sp
vear before me. at -our next Ordinary's
Court lir lit said District to be holden at
Edgefield Court h louse oni the 15:b Miay.
1843, to asow cuse~ if any, why the-sn
Adlminjstratius onshuld not be granasd.
G;ivens unde~r my/ hsand and senat this GodJ
day of Many. one thousand eighat bunadred
anid forty two. andl in the sixty-sevenath
year of Amecricana Imiependaenlce. -
o. TrOW L Es, . t:. 0.
May 2 [82 124) 2t 14
BY Li~V ER TQ.WEL ES, Eqt~ire,
.DOrd inaryor Eagefieldi )ietrict.
W~herons, lih-i.asrd Hardy. ha*Ih applied
to me for Leuern of Adninstratiob, ian
alt anal aingular the goodIs asnd ebattels,
rights naud credits of Iliehardl Hardy. seuar.
ase of the District aforesaidl, deceased.
Thlese are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular.:the kindred andecredi
fors ofsho tsaml deceased, to beo atnd appear
belaire nie, at ouar next Ordinry's Comurt
for she <iaid Disrict to be hiolden at Edg~e
field Court lion:,e on thea 15th of .Alay
1643, to show causei if ansy, why sthe
said Admsinistrtiona should taot be granted.
Giveh under moy hand ands seal athis 2nd
day of May one ihaausandl eight hundamred
end ortiy-two, at in te sixty-sevenith
year of Atmericuan Indepteece.
0. TOWLES. o. E:. 1)
MayS_3 [82 I1A1 _St. 14
IIEAD QUAa-rtas, AprIl 17, 1843.
Tits hereby or4eredI to pairade atEdge
peld Court House on Saturday, 13th -May
next, armoed and equsiped according to
law, for review and drill. The commis
sioned and non-commaissioned omeiere, in
eluding corporals, will assemble the day
previous for instruction end drill.
L. HI. RUNDY.
Lt. Col. Comd'g. 2d Regt. Cazv.
April 26 3k 12
0?' The thltenede of e7Iaor
T. G. BACON. announce hia:'as a eanildate
for the Office of Clerk of the Court, of Edge
,FOI THE CUaE of
Dyspepta, Scrofulous and Cionic Lirer
Tls afa r Dr S.
highly elebraed 'Iiiu4alI Miy, inl
Rockbritge county VA., called the Alum
Springs. These waters. in their-eiects
upon the system ajir tonic, increitg tbc
appetite, and promotingdigestion, tbey arm
alternative, exciting the secreticas of the
glandular system generallysnd particular
of the liver and kidneys;, they are cathartic,
produciu' copious, dark, billious evacoa
tions; and they also effect a dctermination
to the surface, increasing the perspsRtion,
From tho combination of all these efects
upon the system, they are a great puriSer
bf the blood, and equalizer of the cireula
tion. The efect of the Pills, made tena
these waters, arc in -all respects, similar to
the water itseif, and each pill is eqalto a
common glas of water. For the enre'oo
the above.discases, and all other chronic
(or sloA j diseases, preseverance ii the se
of these Pills, accordiug to the diestiois
gives- in the small bills, accompanying ihe
pills. is all imponat; and if they are per
veringly. umed as directed, a cure may be
more certainly expected, than under any
tither treatment heretofore discovered, etX
cept from the use of the water,frqm wMiAi
they are prepared either by an aluiaz3 -
at the Springs or otherwise. They rj
speedily cure diarrhmas attended With
acidity of the stomach, aml what is com
noni. called heart-burt; twe or three pills
nay be taken at any time, when thestom.
ach is troubled with acidity, with the hap
piest effect. These Pills have an excel
lect efect in preventing the attacks of
nervouis or sick-headache ; from three to
six pills should be taken at once, when the
symptoms are eLt.
Theso waters.are nt efectual remedy
for all hemarrhagest and as the Pills have
the Fatmf effert in oti.er csses, it is believed
thy will also have the osameefect in cises
of hemorrnage. They cure dropp'ies it
somett Cnse, but are not an infalible remedy
in nil capes o this diense.
From the ellicacy of these waters and
pill- in purifying the blood, they are in
valuable in the cure of all diseaees of the
skin, aiall indolent sores. not disposed to
a licalthy action. Iu the use of them far
such diseases. if the disease. of the skin
appears to be rietated at irat, or if the
n!cer. becomA more iodamed and discharge
more freely,let not thits eircuthstance alarm
any one. or deter himt from persevering in
their use.:. These are evidences of the
gnd offets of the Pills in expelling the
vitintecd humors front the blood to 'the
,urface. and util the blood is purified,
such diseasi cannot be cured. In scrofu
louilpers, the use of these waters and
ptl!s, invariably cause them to discharge
more f-cely, and in a short time, of a more
healthy. appearance. They are a very
useful remedy in Cholera lnrentum or the
summer bowel-compliint in children : as
also fur expelling worms from children..
They immediately give a good appetite.
promote digestion, and will effectually
correct and cure acidity of the stomach.
From their cleansing and purifying efects
upon the blood; and from the tone, vigor
and cncray, which their operation imparts
to the n hole system they will be found a
great preventative. of be fevers, whiel
prevail in l6w and unhealthy regions;
hence, persons living ins such regious, will
fiil it greatly to their advantage to use
the pills, for a fortnight, at the cornmence
t.ent of every spring and full season, as a
pre..emntive, anrd Luhbuild up constitutions
b~rolkcn down by pirevious attacks of fever.
Thesec~ Pills are a valuable aai:ant to
thle use anid efficacy of sulphturousuand a
line mineracl ataers, atnd threa or four of
thcm taken cach day, at different times.
wvhich in attendance at other tnernl
sp-rings, would add ;:reatly to thec curatuve
effects of these aatrs.
Thcse waters a'td pills are worthy of
thae ncotice of the .Mcdacal Faculty ; anid in
tl.cir hands would be a valuable article in
the treatment of many disuases, otherwise
unmzanagea ble. In amenoarrhe~a, dysti
orrhaen atnd luchorrhea. the waters of the
Alum Sptring~s arc peculiarly effecacious ;
amid we helievo the pill. made from these
waoters, would have the same effect-in the
treaamenut of thovso disease-s. that the water
ha-s ; therefore, weL wluld recommend a
il of themt, by the lFaculty, in hed
c anes. These Pills arc easily taken.'hav
ing no nauscuus taste, are perfectly safe
in all cases where active fever does not
exist and do nut sicken persons while vtsing
lFor sale~ by J. D..T IB E TS, next door
Ito G. L & E. Penn's, Store.
ma t f 14
F RO031 thesubscrrib,.. plantation on Beach
Isitnnd. on 'the 21mt inst., two unabroke
alarc M iLES. mane roncehed, one Is a yellow
bay with t-rn (ace, the other a dun, with a
black streak down her back, with white nose.
and black rir-gs on her legn. Any infosrmnattim
will be tlmukfully received, and a liberal t*
ward v:'ul be given (or the delivery of the ani
m tais. Direct to Atuust. Geo.
I ~ JA3IES T. GARDNE~R.
April2G 2t 1
90 Dolrars Reward.
I will give. the above reward of20
Dollars, to any one who will lodge
my Negro matn DICK in Edge6eki
JaiL. Dick is a copper color, suppos.
XJ~ed toO feat 2 or 3 inces high.
bout 3 year of age, ho was raised
byJoep'Rtherfoad, in. this Dis
renear Richard~ Colemanat's u', Roads, andi
is sppoed o b m hatsecionor B. Perryi.,
where his relations lives.
A pril 26 3t 13
I INTEN D sliottly to move to NaisppI,
..and to leave sny brother- and hir. J. D).
Nancce. to act anm Agents in winding up all my
unsettled busines at Pottersvillo.
Hfer reoiomn'ble indtulgence to those who
are indebted to tme, costs will be added.
A pril 10. 1RI13. St 11
A L.L'persons iundetedl tb us on aceoanis
due t be firt of January lastmw*w
questof to-vsrfte and settle up. 'Wir avo
Ito piy our debi,.