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H.ENOTERS OF EDU&F1E
llavin yielded to (the i ishei f trie te.e again a candidate Air the text L. Ahisture, atni as suchg, Iein injterrrog4tlted by "a Voter,'" in the E.lgefield Adverdt in relntionstJro the jrrthe-Stdte of-South Ca'rolina,- I prolp-e to reply briefly. The coninnicatiin or--A Vuter" con tains the following paragraph: "The pro priety of renewing the charterr ,j 'he Ijibik 4,f174e State ofso~uth' Carr-lipa is an ion portiut.questimn, % ill be calle.l upon, in a few years, todecide in the choice of i tir Representatives.. In the mean time, such iornatina as will throw light upon the practical operataiihns oC. that institution, should not be withheld Iii the 'general propoIn I heartly con cur.. Toe present chtrter of the 13 tok bxplres isi IS5G; and with a view to the quction, "shall it be re churtere.l or not?" lt:isHimport.int that a thoprough investiga tionsif the condition of the Vtik he had, had its condition he fulty presented t. the pe Ole of the tnte It 4i imp:irtant that d people knor whether the B:ank be so, vent-rr insol2tot-whethcr it has been Asefully or hidly managed --w hether it his shared the. people from incre -sed taxa tion, in if umo de now collectel atnnuiily *y. our tax collectors, bry the profits uopn d;a bankiAg capital, or whether fro:n ins inanagkneut, it is likely to entail up-n utii' utretaxation to imAko up for the los 4 its capital. hen this thorough investigation shall b had,,if it should appear that the Bauk as waitedits capital. an-l been a, loss i - ther than profit to the State-.a'hen they maf,% well determine to wind up the 15ank. If, o the 'otther hand, it should appear, IfroTi'o full investigation, that the Rank hastiot only preserved its c ipital, but re alized a:prufit to the State-thereby sav ini to the people the necessity of highier taxation, and that it has met the puiblie debt of the State as her installments hav faillen due-then the people viay or not detiinine to re-charter the Bank. I speak without reference to the political question r o4fBikaniState. Upon this point I an ndtahere.called upon to decide; nor will ths nextiegislature have anything to do with the re-charter of the Bank, its pre Rei6harter will noi expire for eight years. Indeed thequestion of any 3ink -n heth er State Batik or Bank of privato stock holders, which are irresponsible to the ex aiintton of the pullic-among whom, howeyer, they circulate their paper issue, is a profound q-. esion, tot lightly to lie passed upon. * I am tint only , ,lavnr or 1rigi1iexa-ninatian lof th Baak' of the' State but I thiik every Bink o tl'e State hotuclie conpelleuf uocjuarterly state inet.s, under oath, of their iespqctive co.- I' didiisi AFor on tte fith ;' a'eht'fter b'y iste, "bills cif. these private 3anis-are taken and - tircaae.lae among thppple-nd ties olshould, as a sa gtr4Jihaere tha~afis of knowing A 9 ditidti A. similar.lain now ex 4ne 1the Banks eston itrtlietatenskf r~si yti ilttidit v0t ~~ aasa~er foreptort 6h id liabiliids of td'te ,uad'Iirectorsirtlie 'mika'lil itranch. eN ariebfsherieeuibers cofthe Lgislature to fire'B'ank of the Statie -or'.Sottth Catroli najo be nmade annually to ttie Legisheture, snit pzdis/Iad?. ' To-this I~ declitie to- au swer..me'wvayor the'othier. ..1 do'sit on tliegiindthat it dies not invtolve a prin ciple-whtich I hold myself at all timesa iWa'dy'to ans'wrto the people-hut bimply i-ndie-ates a given anid prescribed mode o' eoxatiiiuation. In the fiist platce, thie mode propiosed is merely suprer/cial-and would int neowayganswver the purpose or object- of anaexeuaitation. The faci that- officers, directors; or member t'ero inde-bted to th'e Bank,- would'not ipse facto, make the dehtstliad. Atnd if good, the Bsank- woult hb~realizing as much'inle'st fromt then ae-attiy'other class of detors. Secondly, and for a ltigher and1 more important rea soen'i declije: to cotmmit mysMl ro the yea or'nay of that'partienlar gqiatAiou: n cause I desire to he an inidepensdent ite presentati re. H" ;-ing comnritted myself in faeor of a torougah .eramirnnat ion. I a d. unwilning to be shackeled-as to-the precise mode. I shall go f'or that mnodo wthich to me'(if elected) shall seem hcsf, wien' the subjeet come up-after full anol mature disectssion ;-otheris'ie, the Represent ative. if qmtestianed opon every g~iven subiject which shall conex up heforo the Leisla tnre, wouldigo thiere -a mere ,nachine-tio cast every vote precisely as lie asnsweredi 3eru or nay at home. In this mode, o-ne tman .would be as goodl a Represeimative asansuhher So he coulci barely read would he ydnficient. All he wouuldl have to do1 wotuld he to pilace his chatecism upon his table-and at every vote to be taken look at his book and se~e how he had piromuised to vote at home-though he might after .wards be entirely convinced he was wrong. Sue's a machine I auntwilling to be. As to the~ mode amnd manner of car rp'ing o~ut my erinciptes-, I must have something left to~dae discretion, judcmnnt nndh intellect with gich God hus-endowed me. I hop e "A Voter" will now be satisfied s-ith my declaration: th.-rt 1' am in favor of a' thoronigh exlzmitnti of the H ink, * ad a publication of its cendition in any - nianner thought proper by.-heL'gislature, for ibe itiformnatiotn ofishe p)ublic. .dfhe is, I shall be pleased,~ if be is or, he will at-least accord' to ime candor- I w'ould not by confusion, were' it posible, endeavor to get his vote. 1 hope by inde nee to merit it. *f have served ,the people of Edg'field two years in the Legislature. Of t<be mnan net~ar which I have discharged my doecs it does notbecome tue tospeak. They .' t pass judgment upon that. But if tife gouod people of the District tink proper to ..leet me again, I can promise to be mn hornesl, faithfu4, and independent Represenmative. -BE~N. C.. YANCE&Y. April 26th, 213th 1843. .he~ salaries of the Royal family-of Ligland, including the sums allowed for thie support ofthe royal household, amount adni Ike 1lumburg foiunal. 'Aa. :EDiTOR: Y01 publiished, Some veeks ag. a communicantion -signed 'A toter.' calling no the Senator and candi ates for the llouse of Represeniatives roin te District, to stay %% hether, if elec .i, 'hey would vote for an annual public epirt of the iiabiliiies of eaca .,dicer and )irector of te Bak. antd Branches, and !ich ineimer of the kegishature, to our ;late 3,ank. As we believe it is the ge-'. ral wish of the voters or this District, to ear from our Snaitor and candidates nn 1.i sulbj-c, bef.are we cast our votes. we ave waire:l with much interest their re ly to this call. As Yo. vouijhe I for the especiable stan lin. of the autihor of 913t nmtmicaitioin, an I as the subject is one fdeep an.1 pressiang ca'cern, we are at a is8 to area int for their silence. It is ui ouhedly the right ofevery anti any voter i a plublic expressiim or 110 opilioints fthose rom vha:n he 'is to select his tepresentalies. e-pteci'ally about mitters it which all feel an interest, an.1 helieving bist none of those who seek to represent is can desire to canceal theirs, we take his iatnhe.I of respectfully calling1 their itentitin to the query of -A Voter,' and eiteratinag his requ-st. It is unlersoiod that our San-it'r an I tt. if 0otall, oft eln c 'n-li.l itei ire oip 'oaed to St-ite liatik. II.awever this mny e, we desire the declaration over their wit t ames tit they are in favor of a ri id investigatioi of its eoncernaf-not so Tutch by co nmittees, in which we have iSt raith. as by extorting pub!ic reports. it essential po3ints. N-i onte can nbj-tet to ie prop-stittin tade Its justice-its habso ite necesity-we see very plainly. Ile ig stock holders, we want to see in what attner some sove * or eight hundred lious-tid diollars of its funds have been iitribitet a:ar;ng those whoin its secret isna'crtfem t Its been comnitte 1. An eiing citizuis of a free country; we want i.ktuiw how far our ituters,rnlo us.by the abilwil ume of our own n'ey. We un erstand fully all the bearings of t'e pro Oilioi. which has been ma-le to give ts hit on these points by an annual public eport, such as has -ben suggested, and we ,al to know of those vlo are to repre eut in in ihe next legislatme, whether lwy are in favor of such a rep.,rt. Yea r Nay. MA r VoTeRs. The sta'scribers conicir in the above all, and leave their names with the Prin r4 tiot for publication but for tire inspec on ofthe candidates. ;ENERAL TAYLOR'S POSITION. At the great Cla'y festival held on the 2th i.st. in Pnibedelphia. Mr. Nots, of 4a., made speech, from which we take the i:lovina extract, because it containis im ortanat and intere-ting information of ran. Taylor's opinions upon subjects of rent politie-l nonent. Speaking of the reneral, Mr Botts sIy: "After the battle of Buena Vis a, in ':Iich he coverel iiimself with a glory of hich 'he can-. never be despoiled, the lit party of ihis country, couwcious of. t- greath;: ;r 'ad iijry doie htimby iiW-nit.-h .r ir .1 1 Pra eney : or tihe EiteaStes.'"Did Gen.T i"aylor'' p t. cato I e.pect, it at oUr rinds when he tol I t 't1at he W'otld Te -hisodl fo no party or cliqite', biat'keeli hitunsulf free tro-n all jarl btinctions-and hasztokd uts since that he has-nt stuiigd' tia'dan sistition enongir to decide uptan'the' costi tutihonality or a 'aunk, or upon the tarifT. Anti we have the best reasons ti suppn'se ibha' lhe is not only againtst us in the tariff and ahe baok. huni itn favor of thte sub-trea sury and! thes h:Ink of '4; and opposed to us on the greatr wa qneestisn, also. "E videnace hss beena furnaisie-1 to tasfrotn the mast respectable sources. 1' do0 nt kntow butt that every gentlemnan 'has had an oopohiray of ineformning himself ont the subject, Istht I will state as a faci, whaicha is naow ptublishaed to the world, thi-st when a Coanmtittee was appointed by the $iate oif Mississippi, to'inavite haim to partake o'f the hiospitudities of thae State. rumors reach-.d V.shingtont ofan extremePly start ling chtaracter ini relationu to Gutn. ';Taylu's l inairins 0:3 thte sutbj'ret of the-war. I was unw'.illiug to di Generar Tatylor, or any other mant, injustice upon that s'zu ject;--anrd at mny inlst:mitee. Mr. TIhoipsnn, of Mississippi, addlressed-a letuer to tie comn mittec of thirty. to kn"ow what was the precise chauracte't of* opiions which he gave to the Coinmmittee, and the answver wvas ttbis-'"a tratn~cripit or which I l::vgj in' may po.-ket, and whaich I wilt-noW rend: '-Ia regardl to the conversation haad witha Gea. Tlaylor, l' have III say, we .hid nit talk of the tarilf'-we didl ont the watr. lIe expressed himself in faao - of tha eid, hie e.id hie was dscidedlyq in /:ttr of prosecu hing it vigoro usty. till thtey shauld yieli to an ba~nerable peace: lhe was /ur indetanil3 certain, and that teruitorial: he was anit 'veddued to anty line p urtimdrarly', but t ho'ught pt'rhtap,e, as ai kintd of compromlise with the Wilmnot Proviso mean,- we ha:I hei ter go up to the 31.l deg , tn ukinig the Rtio GJranidethe wvestern boiundary up to that the Snonth should never agree to toe provisionis of the WVilmnot Proviso; al though he did no.t believe there ever would be slavery there, yet if the cnantry was ac goured, th~e citizens shotuld be left free on that sub tject. Hie says all M'erica z-'!l event udly corne itlo our government by de gress~; it cannot be avoided, the subject of piol'ies, he Maid hie was nio politiciant; had been thuree-fourths oifhis life ini the army; dlevot.'d his time anad minid to that service, anid paid but little attention to any thing else.'" A Heart rending Ocecrrerce.-SutczcwiE. -A da~ughater of the l-un. Mr. Mrisette, ouf Muuaroe couttty, in this State, about so veinteer. years of age, junpedh ,overboard from ahe areameir Selost on Wednieslay morning la.t about sutnrise, and wvas drowni.J No puerson~ saw her when she made her fat al leap, nor was it knowa till some half oun hour afier, whetn she was missedl by she ladies in ilhe catbic. lier tracks were seen in the dew on the guard~s of the boat 11er father, who was ont board, stated that she had baeen itn ill halath, anad int a melancholy stote oif minad fur somne montba.-Selmna R'p. A pril 14. Daub your'self with~honey, and 'you will hie plenty of flies. CONGRaiMSIGNOAL. The followintg are the. resolutions or 'lr.. Gidldings, anad the ipireceedings had thereon: Ajr.,Gi:l.ings asked ife utianimous con sent of the llouse, to introduce the foloi ing preamble and resolutions: Whereas. more thtan eighty Inen, wto men, and ehildrei dre said now b' cot fined in the prison of the bisrict or Co-' lnbia. withtt being charged with crime or of air impropriety other than tiacy at tempt to enjoy that liberty for which our falher's encoe-ttntered toil, suflering, nt14 deitch ilhelf, and fot' which the people of tunty litropean governments are.now stugling: Aid wjterens s'ic'i prictice i4 derogato ry to our nation:T eklrn'ter, incompitib with the duty of a civilized anti Christian people. aid tiworthy of being sustained, by an Anericin Ctngr.ss-t here fore, lie it resolvet', That a select comntittee of five members of this body be appointed to inq-ire intot and r-port t a this Ilouse by waat authority said priscin is used for the ptrpose tof conftrming peisons who have attempted to escape from slavery, with leave to r.-uort what legislation is praper in regard to said practice. Resdved firt her, That said committee he nuthorized to scud for perions and pa pers. Mr- Mendo ohjeered to the reading of the resiolutions, bit finally wvithdrew the ilhjacti -i, and they were rend fir inforina tiotn a- to their characer; but the unani mans conseat ofthe [louse to their recep ion being necess:try, and oljeetion being again made, they were not received. From the Maowatairer. FRL1spiitVlNu WiEAT. Mr ulittor:-Perhaps. it may not be xnerally known, chat Tobacco sp'ionkled mo Wtiear af'er it has been separ.ted from the chalT aind wnll sunaeJ, will eff-etu ally ptrvcent Wevils and oiher insects tri m 'nolestintg the grain. This, like many uthor valuable dim-ovories, was the result f accidient. One of my ueiglchors, w io is a very ar'.e wheat grower, Irit been itn he habit fir miy years ofi tsing tie Chi ta Berry, histestJ of Tobacco, with -entire uccess. Planters shutl 1, in my opitniotn, impart all the information in lr'eif power o each other, both in relation to -Agricul lire, and the preser.-ia:iun of Agricultural pruducts. LNoEvrTy -O'ae of my neig'lnbr; who is a genileman of undoubted ver.ecity infor.ned me a rew days since, that there is at this time a Peacock on Iis plantation kinown to be 19 years of age. le is srilU pcite healhy and sprightly, and bits fair Ssurvive matty coming year+, if ro accik lent sould befall him. M. LoI. S. C. Cuzn cit.in'. -NeiT4-a.] rdhche the ity orle co, that on tile-f1'r ofMarche n American force hadr taken pbssesiids f Chihualia; the e6pial of th t uit nalifit n r wa 't S m; ii6 Ihe r% nalirssi i' SitesldnTuisi Qaefetar;aidl G'uidinj~ra;'-N. O0 Me; To PLu'ipnis.-~1ui vie w af the aIis'ol t he times in Europe, where sdar's .dre'ail fire's are kindlling in'to feartful blaze', thtrea' tening not only to dlevastate the aerig~ultti: rat distriets,but to witness te mnat facturW ing~ interests of tho old world, is it not 'the part of prudence for- the planters of tItE South to turn their attention the preseni season, mnore to t he' raisinig sof brcadstuffl than to tite cadlture ot co11wn? The proba bility is, that in a few tmonths we shilI havo to teed thte nations of the -earth, while the dlemiod for our staple must no cessarily be gteatly dimninishe-l. We be lieve that it will be toc the' iteest of plan. ters generally to ponder on this hint and goV.erc-themiselves by its commttont sense teachings. If but olne ha~lf the usoal qu an, ticy of canion is planted throutghoukt the soutth, we are con'vinced thtat it would he botter fid theu plancer, wheter war or peace is the result of the revoitinari mnovemncts now agitating the globe. I Muscowee Democrat. Loute Purtst..-ThIis distinguishead per'sona~ge. it !s saiJ, will seek refuge itn t.is counttry fro nth., popular !tmpest now~ raging in Europe. We chink tete must he 5).nlo mtisake iwthcis, uncless the "ex citiz'tn hbicg" tins tdeterntiitned to take ups hii., atnode in Rhcode Iladtl ! T[hatt i.s a.. hcont tlle only synt itt the United States wvtete he can find refncge fros:n the "sove reigntyj o r the people." or where tce asame spirits ocf revoluciot, which has banished him lro:n i rance hcs beetn-suppressed by the mnona'rh?e'sl power derived trom'o the Vagetn Chacrter of Kintg Charles ! In a *'KmnIt it" where pastriots such as Thtos. WV. Docrr, are put dowtn as trattors, surely L-ouis Phtilippe may expect to reeive all that "aid and comfot.'-Mus. Democrat. Cotuo...-.n our last, we left the market e~r dull and glo:)my. Since then prices htave -become more settled, anid a betwer feeling tnow exist. The sales still constiue small. hceing principally trw'n wagonis. On .31ocaay andu Tuesaday, the sales reached 64 hales, frsom 42 to 61. WVednesday the business still contitnuedt lighct, thce stales not reachting one hundccred hales, and ranging romt 34 to 6. We now quote cnferior, Sj 4, ordtwarv, 44 to 4j. middling 5115 to5. fair, 6 to GA. rhe sales for the past three da~ys. reach 151 bales.-South C'aroli'aian, April 21. IA New Cottoni Factory-We w'ere much gratiic l to find oni a recent visit to- Lex ingtmtn, that aour friendt Major Henry A. Mectze, in connection with several othier gentlemen, were erecting a Cotton'Facto. ry at Lairel F'alls, near that hgalthy vil t:'ge. The ile is' an eligzible onefand the project is bound to succeed. Tey expect io stirt operations in Odtober sV~earlitin November. 4Ve shall give all the parateu. lars of the encerprize as it advancees to ward cotm pleti.:n.-.Soutit" Cdrolinian; Dissipation as inavariably leads to crimne, Seelinin the-Uint 6o nWto-fi&,ee stently. tade, d msndil a.a v price large We could nut be ma cpita conibession. BX('znt(g ' Aril 15. -There hs not liei lar!e sales of any impurtaitn 4riele _iil our market to-'day, btit a it j libiiiesi eJin-'. Saleq of Ricea'ai ,%4iuird Street Flour $5,81; W hi cenist 'iil.-'-The South Carolitian of sa ys-O. the Thur-iday flit,'. as Mr. Jdhn brufis Wi litomewrd on lorseliek from td*16i I.. hri with an untimely em'. lilhund, his neck wast dislocir ted. igmejpry returned a verdict accur ilTI'*Nieidisof Maj. AIBiAAM JONES annon4h IIas~a candidate for re-clection to thu re. sansociety. 11 Fe'lo4i 'Lidies' limome Missin - Society will holif its liini Ainiverary at Fellowship 51eeling House, three miiles sonth of Cambridlte, Saturday beftire the first L:4xd'isi 'rn--May nert. Rev. J. Al. Chiled ii invitd.iodeliver the Anniversary Addres. Rev.4ln Snipp.B F. Corley, and H. A. Child rc invitede atteid a sp)'iers. S4rviees'to commence at I1 'c lock A. M. rhei frii nls -4r beineviolence rre inv ited I'o Attend The field to be cultivited under the directidiLofthe Board of Dmiestic M iSSions of S. BrCuievetnion Is large, the destitition grent, laborerifluw, contributions insulticient, our re. 1ponsibility vast. Aen ofisreal, fHelp! Friends if Truth nail Sthnd ern lustittins. Help' -. B REiQOtrsT OF THE SocIETY. Abbe ile Bantci will cipy. Kprif .8 And Fashionable WY .IN G G 0 0 D S. 1W At. IL Ctane ha.s just received a large ad, beutiuil nasortineifl tlt Spring Gandsconsisting irn part- of Rich PlaiJ and Figtred.Tissne bilks. Plain. Figured and Emlrroid. Dereged, IMieli Plaid Grenedinies, Rih Plaid Slandarines, new & beautiful, Rich Plaid Sylplirde, Plaid & Fig. Or-anda Muslins, Rich Plaid Pompodore, do. Li~^n: Gingham4. plaid .il solid colors, P $a~oZatin striped and- plain Black SIlk, -RI' oColored Silk, *alin Caipcs. and .Collars, Bil Lace Visi ea. eMusln and L.icScarr, 'WDgtifpe and Em. Miuslin Shawls, -1diW~abd Geuts. kid silk LisleThrena 1 Linen Slieeling, 1 - D. Lirnen -I Bleached and Brown D1 is~liAirDraper op 6rin-greatvarieties, ao IWqr-rr tha ynme tr c~sin~en aidfriend * wtze mena call jieforr ear Pioat Cost FOR ON''TH ONL,! T ilofrl the. Public nfy preserct exten .Esv tocko . ~b ~GUODS, COTHING, HATS, d BO0I'S.AND) SHOES. ~I~bDWVARE; BO)OKS AND ~STATiNE RY, U.f BR E LLA S. PARASOLS, CRWCKERY ANQ GL4SS W VRS,-T[N W.Al(h. L)O31EST IC (rODS, Gi1O'CEHI4ES, AN VC! ARTICLES. FUR AND 1,OTH CAPS PERFUME~RY, . &c. &c. &c. AT COST -posilvely fur one Month onlyj Those who wish hargainas had better comut sootn, befor e best goods are selected ant. XprmlRCS,. ROBER'S. Drugs and Medicines. Castor Oil, B:d-mam of Wild 4 haerry Swpaet d.. M 1arshaalt's SarsapiarillaI British Oil .Ilnry's unsgtnesiai, SeidtitZ Pow. I.'iwp d.1. Soda do. Venetian Red. Car. Indigo . Spanish Birown, Spatr. Plnt-dd. A Ihim, Glue, Castile Soap, -Saltpetre, Ep. Sailts, Farncy do. Cream Tartar, Black Snff', Snp. Carh. Soda, Scoiedo., Gunm Arabic. Sanger Mntatardl, Licos ice Root, IBl. Blue & Rd. Extrac.ts &c. Ink,., . Letmon Syrnp, 1 i ~cer'eda lfur sate by .flireci~'d-aI - CHIA S. A MFEG .. ~ pril 20., if 14. RIE&D qUA(rER~S. LI$ STONE~ S'PRING a, S. C. - April f2 l848. A LL4 COfMUNICATIONS itiended fot the 16zeetive Departmentl will be ad dresaed to LI'ifESTO.9E SPRINGS. Spar. tanhnrg District. S. t., which place has been fixed on as -Head Quartersi" until further no~ tice. - By orderoif - -. hsis Exellency Governor JoUssoW' April26 . 14 2t VNotice. HU' E bqcriber, having soil him (lonse adLiot in tlie Village of EdgelIid.d for the purpose of chinging h.is-residence. positive' ly regnests idll thiiaie ndebted to him hy Note or Account, to'come-. forward and mettle before Stale Day i Jtmneifor aft. tia diite, iteywil have to pay lost., T -~C. 11. GOOD31AN. April 12 (*8. 2 The ftiei s of Dr.-JOH.N LAKE, unnm innce hinm as a Ca didue. fot a seat'in the House ot Representatlves,'uftthe cissuing election. . tmnh 14 t - EDGEFIELO MOTEL. T 1IE Subieriber respectfully inform. hi: riends tand the public tiat lie ha:; latteli piiielins. d this weil kanwn iiOT EL. frormeill kept by Mis'rs. Giovor and Rnri. The hutist in.. recently undergose cotsidernble imprbve ments atid every thing pot in the linest israe, and convenience for the coinfrt of permannes and transiieat Imarders. is Table. will I fuiirnished uitihl th. best that the cotiitry wvil afford. 1114 Mr, will lalso, he turnished with Ih best of Uquaors. And hiis iable bonntifooli suipplie wih good. wholesome proveirder, an< cwndnetel bhv natentive Oslers. The Pro;prietor soslici14 a shar of public piatninge, as lie c:a assure all, that it will li his rIm-ist eideavors it grive sJtisfaction. 1Hi Nharges will be moiderate. -11. JENNING.. Aprii263 if 14 PRINTERS' TYPE~S W ILL, he sold at dasmct:'s N. York Foin dry, after MAurch 15, IS48. at the follow mg very lww iices, lur appruved 6 mtoiiths notes. Roman. Tile %-c. Shadrd &c Pica. per lb. 3M CtS 52 90 cis. S11a.411 hida 32 56 1!) Long primer a4 60 110 Buirgeuont :3ri ti 10 Brevier 42 74 120 - .l1im1o1 48 84 132 Noipareil - 58 100 1013 A tie 72 120 180 Ptrl 108 10U 6-20 The above prices in consequencse of incres.s ed facilities for mianniflicturing, are muc.h re dtared faom former rates. A liberal dscsnn for Cash in haI.nd at the date or the invoice. Pressea, Chases, Cases. Wood Type, Ink &c. itriished at the lowest nuiulactitrers' prices, either lor cash or credit. Our specimen Book for 1818 is now rendi fr di stribuino to Printers. who will send oi,. it, and conti taiaiy new articles that we bn% never b-efore exhibited, sneh asg Wriiing Flur ihes, Otnamcents, Orm iutonial Foims, &c. o wti.h we li e ut auipl stock for the promp exectution of orders. - Printers( of Newspnpers who choose to pth lislr this* Advertiseiment three limes before tIN lst of June, 11.18, ad seid us one of their pn. piers, will be paid for it in Type win they purchase from ns, of our own Iannidcture, .alelm.1.d fruiom ouir specitens, five times the amount of their bill. For sule, several good second handed Cylin. der ant Platin Power Press, Sfaiding r'ieses, Hand Printing Presae.. &c. GEORGE BR UCE & Co. - f3 Chambers-street, N. York. April 12 3t 12 New Spring Good8. I lIE Subcribers would respecftrisly in. lTortn their Customers and the Public, that they have jvst opned an unusually laige Stock of I prin & Sutumer Goode brtacinig every variety. and styhs of Fancy and Domestic DRY GOODS . - 4so.*a Complde Ausortm t of -I tre andCriilety-C hina, G daa ms WC a d to 4 ri~oswishi:g ili .aic~ri wilLPd v.jiclan padie y:IhoselwE who wishto p Cy ..: Lats uns. ' W0Iknee also on ban - NiHsi, lti fm 4t 40 d 12.00)0 lbs Iron.r..nssirted sizes. TIhe Nails and Iron wihibe sold at Factot prac. orCah.GOODE~ & SULLIVAN. April'4' .U.ti -1 NEW GOODS T TIE Subscriber has just rceived a sple dlid Stock of Spring and Summter Guod For Ladies' ware, a fine lot of . Minshins, Byurngesand Ginghams, Fine Manutl,:s undl Shawls, Ionne'ts and Ilitnet tRitbone, WVorked Ciullars and Muislin Trriming lack aind WVhile Luice Veds', For Gen-lemien's wenar, A fine Stock of Boots .ind Shoes, of kihdus, Leghor,Panaman, Paulmn, Silk and Bev . I'S, A.1ltrdwaur, Cutlery aind Crocfiery, ~mAigo assorrtmenit if Groceieis. pitch as Suur, C,..fe. MoEsluses tand Rice, Fresh CI EE~SEF, With u:nany atrtieh.s too teiins to mnentin all oh which willilhe sold vecry chenp for Caus sir oii Iims.' to punuctiua cus.tomers. 1. C. 1RYAN. April1 Il I 12 P IJA NO FO0R T ES. MK A ARON A. CLA RK. havur .L.1lamely retttri-d from New Yoik with chtoice assutmifhnt nif P I A !% OS8, With atnd without the .'OLIAN ATT.\Ci Me ENTP. fromn the cel-brated imantufaiiory NUNNS & CLARK. aiid iontendlbjt to kee for sale, a contanut-iatnpply ofthe:.c a iid other M~usical EIslunnents, At thie Wnre-llonse of GEIGER & PA RT LOW, ini thu Tlowni of lamibuirg, otn nssfaeori ble terms as aut ainy pie it thie 80UTIIE RI STAT'ES. inivitesP the sitenltiotn of thouse pi sorts in wantt of sutch articles, utd solicits thtet to call aund examtiine for themnselves before pri ceedling further, wihere will also lie hemnid supply of new andl fashioutable SH1 EET' MU SIC ud BOOKS ofl instruction for the Pianit A. A. CLA RK' continiues to Tone I'nstri mzentts~in which butsinesshle has bceen eimploye for tane years past. A pril 3m 11 .Fres1N Groceries, U LGAI R8, Cot)en,' Molasses. Vmierar, Lam ital, Tuiliow, Sperm, and A daimau tine Candles. Rlaisinis, Soa Bisenits and Almond<, Imperial, Hysont and Blackc Teuns, dice, &r Raisins. Fit-. Citron. Ciirrnts. Mn:eniriui Pickles, Bradiedu reucheos, Guiges, Cigars. Just received anid foar sale by C. A. M~E1GS. Ahpril 4 II' 11 Fair iNotice. ALL Persontis iindebteio (lie Subsucriber Ib Note ror Aeciut, are regnested'to mntk patymnent by Return Day ini Ociutbsr tnext, they' . ish no save cost, anid all eumits-whiwh ar wit'hin a utiagitrate's jsurisdictioni. if not paidl b that time most also pay cost ;as I tmust hay mnoney to keep np my busitiers.. M W..CL.ARY Coleman's y Rusads, Mu rdhi 13. ismtu 9 Fore Sale ot' Rent, VHE HOUSE antd LOT formeirly cci pi~led by S. S. Tbtmpkins', E.49. AppI to F. (COODE, Api 4 A-- 11 PLkNTERS''MOTEL ElOGEFIELD COLRT fOUSE, 8.C. The Subscribers respectiflly an noinnee to their friends and the - - publie generally, that they haeA poure.'ased from Mt. I.. H. Good man, the above 6i.meol large and comnanodin4 1 (lmise whei",they are prepaicd to euterati a who maz1y call pori them. This 1O1TEL has recently unerione thor. ough and extensive relpnits. and i's favorable location. together with a .deteninatibn on on& pnrl thiti no effirt sh:ll be spwirsd tI make j ei'>hnstieniliy the '-TANGER'S1 HOUSE rend It;s to ho1pe. ihint we, shall merit and receiv .i liberal shtare of public pattronnlfe -.. ARMSTEA D BURT, JOHNL. DOBY. ApriliA,le85i 12 T liE nder.itried hinrii disposed of 1.j4 etiftre intere.st in fh ahtom nmied ,Hotel to Messrnz. BURT & DOBY. tithes this oppor tmtiv of retirning hi- siincero thniiks to hi1 fripndA4 niul paimrhs for thd liberal patrnnago which has been liestwed upon- him for st last frew yenrs, and also takes pleasinre in re cotnmending his successors. to the favorable nulice f the travelling community C. I1. GOODMAN.' April O If ;A Edgtfield Acadeiy. N n vety d~tsanerouis stte ol health and in plirsimt tof the icans of restoring it, thi Pracipal proposes S spring vacation of ,thre4 weeks insteud oftwo. He 'tists that'llaii, isi necesiary to his rerovery; vil be cheerfifly wat .ed lihm both by the Trstilees and- by the Parents if his pnipila lie will not pass over in silence the rxtraordinary good conduct and atfertinnato regard of I-ias pupils during ljii illies-:-Sich a cofrae was doulitless stitpulated if not directed by their ..y mpathies-ea liudi tanice 'fn't g icatly ethaces the mer its 'f th'ir His health restored; he hnpes again'to nee their smilitig faces and grasp their welcotpin' haxuds. H. K. McCLINTOCC I'rinupaL April 10 3t . 12 IZAD QUARTERS, 2d Rg'nt Cavalry, S. C M. EuGEFIELD, April 17, 1.48. J OREERS No. 1. T IlE Edgefreld Sqoadron of thid Regimen P wil l appear at ALdgefield C. Houae;out Satturday the 2th1 May next, for drill-andMie; view. Ollicers and Non-Coinmissiode'd Officers Will as.,mble the day pidus for drill'atn inas Iuction -I The Albbeyille Sqindrcti of this' Regii-en will appear tit .Abbeville C- I. oan Satir -a the 3d of rite next. for drill-and r'evie Coomnistioned and Non-CPmdiioned Offi. cers will assemble the day previons for dri and insthicotion; ~'V By ofdcr ofCor. Tdos.W LA .-G. W. BRANNON- A' * The Abbeville Banner 'will copy iwicieand forward account to this Office.- i.rrh-b April 18*. &.- St-., 3 Books & Statioii Onrlprpheserlive Cointai: 8'cl-~ Students Bible Tr'i-ei Avo' -- Websters Diction ,P - ~eAin Suddard'a:Britislholpit nr f1 Grigg & Elliou'o Readeris ef yNew York Readjer. o.- f e'~ Arithmetics, varioun kind, * Sae.Pencils, nuills Pp~nlI~' * Fant y& Stayle Dy Gods. -FANCY Multslins, Gea uia tiNats, I:hangeable De Laines andiJon'ny tand Plaidis, Silk, and Bnradgg Shtnwla-and-Mantleis - Sile Sta Shtades'nnd Parasols, . - Einglishs anid A merican Long Cloths. ', Rich Bonnet,,Cap and .Tuffetas Ribbons,. , . Swiss, Jaconet. Thread an:iu dgnsad il Line Ca~nbiandkerchiefs, Glovs; Hlosie - rv, &c.&c. r 'FOR GENTIEEMEN'S WEAR. .Drap d1r'Ete, Suminer Cloth and, spring as. sntuere. Lend Goloredl. Brown ad Grass Linens, Browtn and Fantcy Linen Drills. Mlaramilles Vestings. SiikHnkrhead ' Cravat..iakrifad 'Suspenders. Gloves, IHitlf Hose, &c. &c. .T'oelther wvith ant assortment of, Georgia Sitriped H~otnspuas.Usunburgs; _ Cotten Y.'rn~s. Shoes. Hlais. Capts, Bonnets. Just received and for s:ile by' C. A.5MEIGS. April tf It. Str'ayed or Stolen, ROM the Subcrrsplantatio'n,'neaf a BayFILY three years old,one hind' rpot itationt respectinta said Filly will be thankfull received, all andh reasomnble expensea paid. - GEORGE J. STOTH ER. -Living ntear anj. J. C. Allen's. q A pril 3 - 3t 11 . n New Boot and Shoe iYANVUFACTORY. 'UIllRE Gentlemena's Boots anad Shonen aTsre mtade is a miost superior style of fi and wnorkmtanship. Genttleeqi wvanting cork~soled. doutble soled,. wvate:' proof,~ wtvnig. dress, patent headier. antd aL finte pmtnpl soled DYOT'S, need but li-ave their orders wiih the subscriber. WVILLIAM McEVOY. march 1 :' 6 Ii~S OF EARLY SIX WVEEKS RARE.RIPE COlRN. 100 E A RS of the ahome very earlv Rin( targe antd eautiful CORN at 5 cenats aim Ear. TURNIP BEETS, and all kintds of Landreth's Genuine Garden Seeds,.. .mtb by R. S. ROJER.TS.