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EDGEFIELD C. H.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1845.
We will iling to the Pillars of the Temple of
Our Liberties. and if it must fall, we will per
ishk'midst the Ruins."
dyptist State Convention of -S. Caroliua.
This- odv held an'Extra Session inthe Baptist
Church of this place, commencing on Saturday
last and closing on Monday. The President.
Dr. Wit. B. JoussON, at the opening of busi
ness;delivered an able and eloquent Addess,
covering the whole ground of division between
Northern and Southern Baptists, and recom
mending, in his opinion, the most expedient
course for Southern and South Western Bap
tists to adopt.' By a unanimous vote of the
- Convention. a copy of the Address was reques
ted for publication in our columns, and we are
happyin being able to lay it before our readers
in today's paper, and bespeak for it an atten
tive perusal. We learn that twenty Delegates
were appointed to the Convention, to meet in
Augusta on Thursday.
Another Affray -We are informed that, at
a Battalion muster held at Red Hill in this Dis
trict, on Saturday last, another fracas occurred
in which Mr. James E. Kilcrease was severely
stabbed under his left shoulder blade, by Amos
Bush. Bush was immediately arrested and
brought to Jail, where he.now remains. Mr.
Kilcrease's wound is supposed to be dangerous.
When last heard from, he was not expected to
live. We forbear making any comment. as
we trust that this, as well as similar disgrace
full scenes, will undergo a full investigation'
and that the guilty may be punished.
Fire.-We regret to learn that the Kitchen
of Mr. John Rochell was'consumed by fire on
Monday morning last. The fire was first dis.
covered between a and 4 o'clock, P. M., and it
was with great difficulty that his dwelling was
saved. The fire is supposed to be the act of
Tcras.-Presideut Jones of Texas. has issu
ed a Proclamation appointing a meeting of
Congress on the sixteenth day of June next. for
the purpose'of considering the resolutions of
the Congress of the United States, for the an
nexation of Texas. We believe, that a lunge
majority of the people of Texas, are in fa-or
GEN. JAcKSON AND TE SARcoPHAGs.-The
New York Courier & Enqutirer was recently
quite merry about a letter which Commodore
Elliott, of the U. S. Navy, wrote to General
Jackson, offeting him a Sarcophagus, when
ever the old hero should die, and-have occa.
sion for such an article. General Jackson po
litely declined it, as it is said that he did not
wish to be plhiced in a repository supposed to
be preparedl for an Emperor. We' think that
the present of a coflin fromt one friend to ano
'her who is sick, is a little odd. Few peisons
would relish sioch a gift. But Commiodure E.
is rathler odd himself. Some yeare ago lbe
b roughtt hiome ini a Untted States vessel a num'
ber of Jack-asses. Sonme of the Comnmodore's
enemies said at the time, that the old sailor
himiself nas a great ass.
The followitng a descrip;tion of the Sarcophta
gus as abos e r efered to.
'-The satrcophagus is of miarble, and was
b~ronght fronm Ueyrosii, in Syria, by Coin.
Elliotn, htaving contaimed the remains tof
Julia Haumitila, wvho was Queen Regent
of Romte during the minority of her son
Alexanlr Severns. It is about six feet
ini height and eight in length-similar in
forim to a plain cot tage; the root two feet
antd a half from the ridge point to to the
caves, above which the Co)rners project
neatly a foot, and are roundeid inversel3
--The four sides are hierogliphically em
hellished wit h representations of serpents.
festoons of fruit heads surmtounited by
wings, ox heamis, humnant flures, etc.; atnd
the front portion of the roof also presents
two rough and unflinisihed forms of meni,
in a recumttbent posture. TJhe sarcopha
gas is broken in several ptlaces, and a merec
glance, without- being specifieally to de
monstrates that it has seeu much service.
L to the living. it seems any thing but desi
rable place foir the dead."
Drcadful Accidentn.-On Monday eve
ning last at about 10 o'clock. as the
Canmden Stage was etnteriog this town,
the horses took fright at some object and
ran away turning a corner abruptly, ran
the Stage against it, throwing Mir. Daniel
MicLean, who was on the box with the
driver. into the street and fracturing his
leg in such a mtanner as it is feat-ed will
S makea antputation necessare. The driver
also had his shoulder dislocated, ntd one
of the passengers was..much bruised.
The stage was literally shattered to pie
ces.--olumbia ChAronicle,,30th uIt.
Destructive Storm and L~osstof Life.
On Wednesday evenitng, the 16th instaut,
the plantation oftthe-heirs ofthe late ,Judge
Rhea, on Thornpson's Creek, in the Par
ish of East Feliciana, was visited by a
wviki-and desolating hurtrieane, which left
--death and havoc ini its train. The account
was brought to Clinton .h) a slave be-I
loning to the plantatiotn. lie reports thati
every builtding on tbe place was laid
prostrate, and that the trees in its course
were topped as though an axe had been
used. The overseer with Ihe negroes and
plough horses who were at work in the,
adljacent (ieldi, sought refuge under the
gin house, uipont The approach of the*
storm. The fancied protection proved I
instant death, The house was blown -
tdown burying amid its ruins the overseer,
Nir. Beve'ty Phelps, a young. iid ustrious
andi highly mneritorious young men, and r
seven of 'he negroes. and badly wouniding
fq.,r other negrnesa some of whom hadl
heir legs, and their- arms broke. T
ourse of the tornado is not ktiown ; it
)resumed, ho ever. that its passage
aused eyeu a greater loss of life and lit
mnd destruction of property than has be
is yet ascertained.
Fire and Loss of Life -A fire bro
>nt in the dwelling of Isaac Ross Wat
n Jefferson county. Miss., which consul
-d the whole of the dwelling, furuiture.&
The fire was doubtless the work of an i
!endiary. In the second story slept M,
Richardson, wife of C. Richardson, Eaa
f that i:ounty and sister to Mrs. Wad
tand her three children; two of these ch
Iren.escaped, the eldest, a little girl ag
bout eight, perished. Mrs. R. leers
tank senseless and motionless at the (<
if the stairway, but was rescued by
aithful negro who rushed in and bore h
through the llancs, but her head and tie
were so badly burned that her life is n(
n imminent danger.
Fire-at Zanesville.-A fire occurred
Zanesville, Ohio, two weeks ao, whi
:onsuined snrire twelve or fifteen of
most substantial buildings in the city.
M1r. Cooper, a young son of Judge Coop
Af that vicinity, expired during the coif
gration. of excitement produced by i
icrrific appearance of the conflagration
St. Landry Sugar Crop.-The
Lanary Whig has the following obser,
tions relative to the sugar crop of that
We gave. Inst week, the products
our Parish in 1844; and,.so soon as we <
get hold of it;shall give-a list of them
1845. In the meaning, to show the
crease, we have taken some pains to
certain the number of hogsheads of sul
raised in the parish the past season. a
find them to be about fourteen hundrec
an increase over the previous seasotn
upwards of seven hundred hogsheads. 'I
next crop will triple the products of t
Annexation of Texas.-The Texas l
tional Register. of the 10th uIt. states tl
Maj. A. J: Donelson, Charge d'Aff'airs
the United States, arrived at that ph
on the 30th March, and on the follow!
day made a communication to the G
ernment, presenting the two first secti
of the act passed by Conkress, for ti
consideration. The remaining portion
the act (Mr. Benton's) has been (says 1
Register) deemed impracticable, both
Mr. Tyler and Mr. Polk. and, therefe
has not been presented to the Texan gi
erantent as a basis of action.
News from Texas.-We learn that G
Houston has at las.t openly declared hi
self against annex'tion. We have be
long expecting ibis, consequently we
not disappointed in the slightest possi
degree. We are happy in the belief, ha
ever, that he does not possess tttficiettt
fluence to thwart this great national m
Our readers may expect some start)
developments n ith regard mi British pol
and British intrigue, in a short time. 1
cannot, at present. tell all we know afn
the mailer. It is a glorious contsolatior
know that we have a President who
equal to any emergency that may arise.
Nrw Regular Packet between Chard
ton and Phiadelihia.-The Philtel pul
Ne'rah A merican, of last Satutrdaey, say
To day .it 5 P. M., a fine barque
about 260 tons bnirthen will be lanntre
from the ship yard oef Jacob Trees, in Ke
singtont, first abovo Penn's monumnt,
She is said to lie the hantdsomiesu model
her size ever built in this porn. She i-,
signed to combinte three vatlable gnealitt
viz:1to sail fast and carry a lnrge rar;
and drnew a slight dratft of watder. She
itended as a regular parket betwee i
city and Charleston, S. C., for A. J. U;
per & Cu's new line.
The working or the G.old Mines at I
South is said to be increasingly parofial
A letter from Mr. Gibbon, of the Brm1r
Mitnr, at Chariot sville. N. 'C.. publish~
in Sillimnan's J'murnal, state~s thai incres
itte quantities of goldl are received at ti
Mini, from mitnes in NorihA.Carolina a
South Carolina-occasiontally, also, fr<
Georcia and Albibamia. Gold bullion,
the valtue of $272,000 was deposited
coinage during the last year, exceeding
nearly one hundred thousand dollars
deposits of any precedinig yearly period
The Kentucky Yeoman says Mr. Cl
ha~ recently received rich presents fri
his frietnds. HIis dlebts to John J. Astotr
$20,000, atnd to the Lexington. Ky. Hat
if 65.000, have beeni paid for him.
Twelve newv Church edifices are abc
to be erected in Cincinnati, viz: 4 Pr<
byterian,3 Methodist, 2 Baiptist, 2 Rom
Catholic andl I Bethel.
- HA3IBUno. May 1.
Cotton-in this article wve have to remin
Jut thu~t little variation has taken place in
:es since pnur last report. perhaips prices are
ittle more firm, with ai somewhat inicreased
nand. On Saitrilay last we wvere put ina p
cein of Liver pool dates by the Ca l.doznia
hie 5th inst. shewving that mmarke.t to be in pw.
unch the same state that it was on the :29h n
wheno the Great Western left. heince the ma
-ial effect has been prndnieed in onr maerkets
iy these few days liiter accou nts. We qua
o day with fair denmnd .-Qrdinary to mt
iliing 44 to 5; middling rair to fair 54 to 6
iuir to good fair 51 to 6 cents--Rpuican.
H A MBURG. Satnrday,- May 3.
Cotton.-Followingr up the slight chanrges ml
meve taken place sitnce Monday list, wve ha
ountd nio indaicaction ofa genlerail fee'ling attn.
mtyers to operate very extensively, tanless
educned p ric'es.ntntil the acecounts by the ti
teamner from) Eniglanid comes to hand. TI
narke, is not oppressed with arrivals, a
ales are made wit~honitanchtt stir. wvith's decli
rom last week's prices oaf to je. per lb. I.
uote extremes from 44 a 6 -Daily Journa
SROM the Platntationi of the Subscriber
fewv weeks past, a yoke of ynnn OXE
-one is of a dun color, poited with white.ani
de other a b'ack, with the ends of both hor
awed ofT. Information will be thankful
sceived, and all reasonable expenasee paid.
BENJ. R. ADDISON.
is EVERY LADY HER OW
. FOR $3 12J.
M RS. LAMBERT begs leave to infor
the Ladies of Edgefield and its vicinity
te th.it site has arrived from the City of Charles
e, ton, with her new Patent Right system of ci
n tine Ladies' Habits., Dresses. Sleeves, Capes
. Collars. Yokes. Cloaks, Cardinals, &c., of eve
ry size. style. or fashion, by which system an,
Iuiy can, after one hour and a half instruction
- cut all than, articles.-withont any risk of min
I fits-nut only in the best manner, but also ii
e" an economical one.
il- For the above price every lady will be enti
td tied to a Chart nnd a Book of Instruction. nfrf
.If L. will remain in Edgefield until Friday ever
of ing next. during which time, from 8 o'cloc:
a until 2, and from 3 until 7. she will teach ladie
in classes, or alone; and if ladies wish to fort
er classes at their own residence. she will attenc
ek if itformed in time. No charge is to be mad
l7 unless satisfitction be given. Certifiares an
signatures of the ladies that have learned wi
be produced for the inspe-tm.n of visitors.
at Persons wishing to purchase Rights for an
ch of the Districts of the State of South Carolini
oe will do well to call on the SubscrIber.
A N R. LAMBERT
N. B. Mry. L can he fontd at Mr. Goot
er, man's Hotel, where she has a private- room i
la- which to give instruction.
be Edgefield C. H., May 7 it 15
3t. R. C. 1. WARD would respectfully ir
ra- form his former patrons and friends. th
e- he had returned, and will resume the duties o
his profession at his own house, one door ea
of ofthe Episcopal Church, or visit patients a
an formerly at their homes.
nn May 7 4t 15
in- .R UC TION !
s-' HE Subscribers will sell at Anction, n
ar Monday the 12th of M ay, their remait
nd ing Stock of Goods, consisting of Dry Good
Groceries, Hats, Crockery, Hardware at
he All suttas under ten dollars, cash ; all ovi
bis that, on a credit until the first of Decembi
next, with note and approved inreities.
FRAZIER & ADDISON.
tMay7 Its 15
of ALL Persons indebted to the Stbscribei
ce . by note oracconnt, are requested to se
og tie previous to the 20th ittstant,ss longer indu
v- gence cannot be given.
mIs I. D. ROCH E.
eir May 7 It 15
of )T CE is hereby given to any and a
he ipersons, not to trade fora Due Bill, pa;
hy able on demand. given by ine to - Wetlter
re, or bearer. The property for which said Dt
tv. Bill was given proving of doubtful characte
I will not pay the same unless compelled t
law. The Due Bill is dated April 25th. 1841
S. W. KENNERLY.
yn. - ay7 tf ' 15
e Plantation for tale.
ire HE Subscriber offers for sale his valuab
tie Plantation, situated on Stephen's Creel
w- in Egefield District and tbout 10 miles abot
fn- Hamburg. The ''ract contuns five hutndre
a- and fitly acres, of a.s good, well timbered lar
as any on the Creek and is well adapted 1
na Corn. Cotton, anti small grain About 2F
Cy acres ire cleared, and under good fences and i
Ve cnhivation. On the premises are5two Dwel
,ings, a Gin House and Srev, and all nece
' sary outbuildings. The situation is as health
''.0 as any in the District, tnd the water is exce
is lent. A reasonable indulgence will be give
- with Note and approved security. Persoi
wishingi to purchase, can call nd exaine ft
iia i notprevionsly disp~osed oif. the abov
"f I JOSEPH LLOYD.
edl May 7 im~am 15
- Dr. 1MnAveth'~s Vms.
le SICEILY SEASON!
r 1 iE R h- is not a mran, woaman, or chil
hnt; should take medicine at this sea
sont oh' the ydnr. lint more especially at thi
presenat time; orthere prohuably were nevers
r-iinany camuses existing at one period as Itere iir
now. so likely to prtidnee a state oaickntesa
The repentedl chaniges ini the atimnophere. b
he actingas they do upmn the cotnstitu ion, an
de quality of blood itself. give occasion foir th
chl moitst fatal atnd malignant disorders. The bil
eid becosttt'(antd oftent wiithout anty warntiung.) itn
tstmost aenmitonous condlitiont fronm he~ae repe;
ted chanuges, amnd if thte stomach atnd bowel
at have beetn neglec'ted pirtvioutsly, the first symny
it' toms regntre immiediate attenutidin. Even Itos
mt~ who fiave a hteidthy dispuositiotn of body, ar
me stubjecm to uickniess unider these circumstanuce:
'nr Theurefore to preveit any danimger, wie otigh
.~ cairefitly to guard against a costive stale
eonr bowels. Onmce 'sr twice they should b
evacuatedi ini twenty-fontr hmouirs. There ar
manty catuses which protduce-innhealthy blouat
s'imetime's it may arise from grief, at othem
Ny whenit the system is in a staute of fithtess itca
mt tatke place fusim sudden jsiy; close apiplicatio
of to a literary undertaking can produce it--in al
kcases where mntiy persons hta-e to be seen an
spokent to, which producingz mervous excits
me-nt, is a fertile source of unheialthy blood sic
utcasistning that slow nervons fever whiicht ha
carried off' some sofotnr best mten, tmett martyt
s-to their reputation, bitt whlich a knowledge r
in the powers of Branmdreth'~s Pills would hay
preventted. Those who desire to secure thtei
ishealth, utder ahtuost any adverse-circsumstar
ces, can doa so by having Brandreth's Pills o
- band, antd at sinca resnrting to them when thm
Ifirst feaelitngs of disorder take place ini their ho,
'k, lies. As this advice is used~so will the heall
ri- be. The time will yet be whens a mant thu
a mtakes a good medicine shall be honored waor
e-' thtan he wvho is an tadeptt itt the art of war.
- iLT1he Pills are sold att Dr. fRrandrth's 0j
to fice. -241 Blroadway, N. Yoirk. Also, by Blan
S& Butler, l~d gefield C. H .; S. D. Clarke * ('o
C-' ambug; . S. & D. C. Smyley. Meetin
t-Sre;WM.Colemn an, New Market; If'kitlc/
-- Sullivan & IWaller, Greenwood ; L. D. Mei
d- May '7. ' 5 15
Reg'aal Mead Quarters,
7-rH R Er'Nr. I. S. C. M.
at E DGE FIELD C. H., S C.
*Orders No.2. p 22 85
at rpH E Upiper Battalion of the 7th Retimten
xl I Infanitry, S. C. M., wili parade for reviev
me and dri, at the Pinte House, on Saturday thti
idl 2.8th of Jumnt next.
ate 'The oifficerat and non-commissioned officer
te will issnetmble the day pircvious, for drill anc
.- The Lowver Battalison of the same Regimen
(vill assemble at the Cherokee Pond,. on Tisurs
day, the 3d of July for drill and review. O1
a fieers and con-comnmissioned officers the da~
N previons. fei drill and intstrumction.
id Lient. Col. Posey and Major Mills are char
is ged with the extenision of this order to their res
Iy pective Battalions.
By order of Cor.. Wrat.L.
G. D. MIMS, Adjutant.
Apnril 23 9 14
HEAD Q UJRTERS.
Charleston, 12th April. 1845.
ORDER No. 3
tHE following Regiments will parade fit
- Review and Drill, at the times and places
as follows, viz:-.
The 44th Regiment of Infantry :it Sumter.
Ville, mWednesday the 21st of May next.
The 2th Regiment at the Swimming Pens,
on Friday the 23d of May.
The 29th.Regiment at Darlington c. house,
on Monday the 26th of May.
The 30th.RegirmenitatBeinettsville, oni Wed
I nesday the.28th of May.
The 28th Regiment at Chesterfeld c. house,
on Friday the 29th of May.
The 21st Regiment at Lancasterville, on
Tuesday the 3d of June.
The 22d Regiment at Camden, on Friday
the 6th ofJmne
The 25th Re"ienent at Winnsboro', on Tat
day the 12th ofJune.
The 24th Regiment near Winna' bridge, on
Saturday the 14th of June.
The 6th Regiment of Cavalry at Yonngs
ville, on Tuesday the 17th of June.
The 26th Regiment ofiufantry at Chester
Ville, on Thursday the 19th of Jme.
The 27th Regiment at Rich Hill, on Satur
t day the 21st of-Juiie.
The 46th Regiment at Ebenezer, on Tues
day the 24th of June
The 34th Regiment at Yorkville, on Tuesday
the 26th of June.
The 37th Regiment at or near Willkins's old
n field, on Saturday the 28th of June.
- The 35th Regiment at Union Court House,
on Tuesday the 1st day of July.
d The 9th Regiment of Cavalry,- near the
Gleen's Springs, on Thursday the 3d of July.
r The 10th Regiment of Infantry. at Richard
r son's on Tuesday the 8th of July.
. The 7tha Rermnent at- the Old Wels, on
Thursday the 10th of luly.
The 9th Regiment at Low's, on Saturday
the 12th of Jnly. .
The Commissioned Officers of the 2dt. Bri.
gade of Infantry and the 2d Regiment of Cav
t- alry, will assemble at Longmnire's, on Monday
1. the 14th of Julyeand Encamp five days.
-T ie 2d Regiment, of Cavalry; wil parade
for Review and Drill, on Saturday the 19th of
- The 8th Regiment of Infantry, at Morrow's
li old field, on Tuesday the 22d of'July.
The 6th Regimnent at Lotnax's, on Thursday
the 24th of July
e The 4th Regiment at Verrennes, on Saturday
r. the 26th of July.
Y The 42d Regiment at Minton's, on Tuesday
>. the 29th of July.
The 2d Regittent at I1all's, on Thursday the
31st of July.
- The 5th Regiment at Hunter's, on Saturday
the 2d of August.
e The Commissioned Officers of the 1st Bri
gade of Infantry, and the 1st Regiment of Cav.
e aIry, wil assembek at Pickensville, en Monday
d the 4th of August. and Encainp live days.
dst Reginient of Cavalry, will parade for
Review arid' Drill, on Saturday .the 9th of
n The 1st Regiment at Bruton's, on Thursday
the 14th O1' August.
the 191 of August.
The Cotumissioned mind Non-Commissioned
officers will assemble on the day previous, ex
cept those of the 19th Regiment, and they will
r aissemnble on the Saturday previous fordrilh and
The 5th Regiment of Cavalry will parade by
SConmpanies or Squadronms, (except that part in
Richiland Disgtrict) with the I nfantry Regimnts
rThe Miijor Genierals and Br'igadierGenerals.
will, with thecir staff, attendith de Reviews and
Encampmnents (vithin their rcespective coin
TeBiairGenerals are chiarged with the
etninof this order, to their resp~ective B~ri
By order of the Commnander-in-Chiief.
3. W. C A NTEY, A djutant and lusp'r. Geii.
A pril 23 141 f.1
7-riu Rs:G'NT. I. d. t. M1. -
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
~ .April 28, 1845.
IN PIJnsun'cE of Orders from
Head Quarters, the 7th Regi
mneat lumfiuttry. S. C. Mi., will parade
for review and drill, at the Old Wells,
on Thursday, the' 10th of Jnly next.
& T The coimmtissioned and noiicctn
~PImissioned officers will assemble on
-L. T. WIGFA LL.
e Coloniel 7th Regimnont Infantry, S. C. Ml.
April23 10t - 9
EDGEFIELD B'EAT COMPANY,
ATT E NTION !
APPEA R on your usui Company Muster
.1.Ground, on Saturday the -10th May next,
at 11 o'clock, A. M , for instruaction and.drill,
qarmed and equipped ias the law directs.
By order of Capt. C. A. M sawss:
f 3J. COHN, 0.S.
S April 30th 2t 14
ONE CENT REWARD.
ANA WAY from the Subscriber, on die
.E,8th istant his indentered apprentice,
-e lo te Printing buuinesse, by the name of John
Kimisey Said boy is about 13.or 14 years of
tage, sandy colored hair, black eyes, and abont
in 4 feet8or10ines5high. HeI has animpedi
ment in his speech, which causes hiin to stutter
.so much that hce very seldom tells the truth.
All persons are here by cautionied against lhar
boring or employing said boy, as the law wIll
be strictly enforced. The above reward nd no.
thanks will be given for his apprehenseioii.
W. F. DURISOE.
April30 _____tf 14
T H E Subscriber having purchased Mr.
C. M GRAY's inierest in the Ilutch
ering business, res:-ectfully informs the citi
izens of Edgefieldl Village. that he in -ndls to
continue to supply the Mitrket witue choice
Beef,.Veal, Mutton, and Lambs, on as -reasonta
ble terms as the tienmes will all'ord. He will
commetece on the listi Mondhay in A pril next,
and will continue to furnish his ensteemers on
Monday and Thursday's, utntil the month of
June. when be will furnish the Market three
times a week during.the Snmmer. Thankful
for past patronage; lhe hopes by at. iet attention
to merit a share of the piuhlic patronage. He
will dev'ote his whole time to the interest of 1:is
-N. B. Cash paid for fine Stalifed Beeves.
Marc/h 26 4t 9.
(QThe friend ofs I.ieut. JAMEs B.
H AnaIs, announce him as a candidate liar
the office of tax Collector at the negt elec
.Operations on the Teeth.
OF COLUMBIA,-S. C.,
W ILL be at Edgefield Village. on the first
day of June, and will remain fir several
days, during whicb.timo he may be consulted at
Mr. Goodman's Hotel, and will be prepared
to perform all operations connected with his
profession, in the usatest and best manner.
April30 4t* 14
New Goods! New Goods!!
T Hi. Subscribers itke this opportunity
of informing their friends, customers.
andthe 'public generally, that they will be re
ceiving the present week their Stock of
New Spring and Summer Goods,
which in addition to their former Stock, will
emlsrace a handsome ,election 'of Goods, suited
to this market, amohg .them may be found a
variety of Goods for Ladies' wear, such as
Organda Mzislins. new style. Muslin Ging
hams. Victoria Lawns. Balzarines,
and other fashionable Goods.
LADlES' AND MissEs BONNETS,
which we respectfully invite their attention to
call and examine. Also,
flats for Men, Boys & Children.
Hardware, Crociery. Croceries,
&c.,&.c.. -and also a fine stock of
Shoes, various styles, forLadies', Misses, Men
Boys and. Children, together with many
_styles of Goods, too tedious to enu
merate. All of which, we pledge ourselves to
ofTer our customers on as good terms as car
be afforded in our market.
.-On time as usual to good cristomers, and a
liberal discount made for Cash
- . PRESLEY & BRYAN..
March26 6t 9
AT TINE CHEAP-CASR STORE
(OPrPosrr Ma. GOODniA's HOTEL.)
T H E Subscriber haa.just returned- with a
new. fashionable and well selected stoch
of Goods.. consisting in part of
Muslios, of varions kinds,
Calicoes from 64 to 25- cents per yard ;
Domestics, of all desiriptinrs;
Ladies Gentlemens' and. Children Shoes;
White and BlackSatin Shoes, at 50 cents
Bonnets; -.Gentlemens and Boys', White
Black. Leghorn and Palmetto Hais.
Culcry,-Crocker?;. Groceries..Afedicines. 4'c., tic
. - A full assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING'.
FoR Las's' WEAR, a new and fashionabh
style of Head Ornaments, Hairpins
Bracelets, Fancy Combs and Neckla
Thankful for that liberdl patronace ivhel
has been besiowed on him. he wouhi respect
fully inform his friends, and etstomers, aid it
public generally, thit he will always endeavo
to sell as lbw for Cash as can be purchased in
Please call; sec, examine and satisfy your
April9 tf 11
(oPt OStTE BLAND & BDTLER'S.)
T HE Subscriber resiectfully informs his
T friends and the public at. large. that he
has recently opened a Confectionary
and Fruit Store. mo the Village of Edge
field and has just received from Charleston
a large assitrtment of
Candies. Fruits. Preserves. Pickle,. $;c,
consittg in part as follows:
Candies and Sugar Plums, a good assort
Raisins. Currants. Figs. Prepared Cofpoa
English W alnuts. Soft Shaelled Almovds
Limes, Cocon Pliums, Fitiits in Brandy
P'reseirved East India Ginger, and -Cot'
Loacock & Co Madeirat. Chery, Sherry
Brown, P'al, Golden said Port WINES
London Porter. ini gnart aid pint bottles.
Smoked Becf. a choice article; Pine Apgk
Cheese, Fresh anid Pickeled Salmona, No. I
Mackerel, Sardines in Oil. Scotch Heiinags
Bostoni and Soda Bisecnits, Eniglish mixed Pick.
als, Olives. Capiers. Praires, .31acarony, Pepper
Allspice. Mace, Naium'gs, Cloves, Cinnamon
Isiniglass. W*aliina. M ushroon and Toimato Cat.
suips. PearI Starch, an execelet artice.
Finie and Extra Fitne Spanisht SEGARtS, and
Cavendiish's TOBA CCO. &c.. &c.
*All of which will hi' sold cheap for Casu, ot
on abtort credit to paunctual enslomrers.
M arch 26' :f 9
10 00 Pounds RIO COFFEE.
9Cheap for cash, by
Ap-1 LOUIS CO VAR.
Api~6 . if 12
PERSONS having demands against tha
Estate of Ann Ml. Terry, deceas.d tre
notified to present thema properly attested. and
those indebted to said Estate are requested tc
March . TER RY, Ekeeutor.
Positively the Last Notice,
A L L Persona having demands- against the
Estate of John Cheatham, Sen.. deceas.
e , are requested to present them properly at.
tested d~ithina the time prescribed by law, and
those who do not avail themselves with this op.
portunity will nor be paid.
March 4 ' ly- 5 -Execitor
()B BLS. WilIlTE POTATOES,
1.50 bbil. chtoice Canal Flour,
50 boxes S. Spei-m Candiles,
50 do. Extra arid No. I Soap.
20 half and qr. bbls. No. 1 Mackerel, (ehoice,
40 kitts 'A " '
20 q-aarter bbls. No. 2 "
5 cases choice Codfisht ,
2 cases l'resh Miastard, (extra,)
3 boxes Chocolate. No. 1.
For sale low by
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Dee.11I tf 46
State of South Carolina.
C A PT,. T. J. DYSON, living near the
Fork of Wilson Cre.ek and Saluda
River. Tolled before me a bright sorrel
horse, eleven years old, 15 hands high;
some white about each hind foot, one fore
foot white half way up the leg, large blaze
in his face, and hip shot in the right hip.
and appraised at $20.
THOS. NiCHOLS, Mag.
A pril 30. 15 .4tmn
We are authorized to announce GS~oRGE
JT SBEPPARtD 11s a candhidate for the office
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec. 25 tJ 48
T he Carolina Baptiste
IT is proposed to-publish. with.this title,
Periodical, at Greenville. S..C. un
der the editorial conduct 6f Rev. W
Haynes. - -
PLA AND O1SCT.
The New Testament:Churchwits-mem- -
bership-its government-its-offilcers itS
order-its ordinances-its union--its gen- -
ius-its. laws-its spirit--its morals-its -
doctrine. as underitood and maintainedby
Baptists, will claim primary attentiot.in
the original articles of thi.Caron&Baptit .
Our aim will be td develope,.first- the ".
etiristian, ands secondly tb Baptist-'and
neither to merge the christian-iohe:Bap
tist, nor to be less christian because Bap
tist, in our" editorial be ridg. ignidli
ehristian courtesy to all.fmen 'a'd towards -
all -enoninations'-of .christians willt b6 -
studiously, maintained,. w.hile- a manly.
fRank and independent avowaltof our clieir
ished-viw's of revealed truth will be;
less marked. ~ The 'olden mei .letwist
bigoiry aid latitudinarianism--Will be.otr- -
aim.. Tie Carolina Baptist. will, as faras
its size, ford# acid period of issues will. ad
tolt, be a Baptist Family Newspaperan'd
Library of Useful 'Knowledge to patents,
children, farmers. :tiisters, deaeons'ind
churches, as well as other classes. o t
readers. Its plan and object is to propa
gate trt. A.- -
The Car.olina Baptist: wilt -he issued
monthly,. neatly printed on *new type,-. i
quarto form, with three columiis on a page, - -
upon a -double medium sheet, ,eacr'num
ber containing 16 pages, with a neatly ex
ectted colored cover, wiih-an iidex toeach
number and to each volume. This form
is suitable for lyiiding.- Single copies f6r
one year, S1 25 -eacb,'iayable on the ~re
ceipi of. the first iiber. :Twonty-6ve -
copies oie.year. 25. A similar discotuut
to Churches, -Ministersior Agents
The 'first number' will be issued as soon
as 1000 names ;sball be reported-to the
Publisher's offce, if -do .prbmply. No -
payment ex'pected until'subscriberi shall -
receive the first number.. Let those 'who
procure-subscribers, simply- make-a-list of
their names, written plainly and in full,
with the name of the Post Office, Dists'ict
orCounty,-and State, hnd request'the P.
Master to farward, under hip frank,and
thus savd the eb'rge of postage.
Alt letters referring- to the btzsiness de- . "
partmeht must be addressed to 0. H.
Wells, Proprietor; and ibose designed fot
publication, the Rev. T. W, Baynes, Ed
itor-always free of postage to them.
AilBaptist Miniters, Clerks of Church
es and Deacons, -and all Post lasters, are
authorized and requested to act as Agents.
T6 Baptist Churches.
It is respectfully submitted to Churches - -
whether they might not, as Churches, in
srruct their Clcrks to order any number
of copies desired for circulation. within
their respectitve limits.
Plonlisher and Proprietor.
April 18, 1845.
State of South Carolina; . -
David Nicholson and Wife, . Bill '.
and others, s -) for -
Mary Steifle and others. Partitin.
I T appearing to the satisfaction of the Corm
missioner that Philip Steifle, William Stei
tie, and Uudolphus Truslet or Tushlet, and
May his wife. (if living,) Defendants in this
suit. reside out of the ~ limits at this State,- on
motion of Mr. Terry, Cothp'ts. Solicitor, It is
ordered, that-the said Defendants do plead. an
s wer or demur to the Cornplainants Bill within
three months from the publIication of this order,
or the said bitt wvill be taken pro confessu
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Apr:19 3m II
SHERIFFS SALE. -
S. D. Clarke &Co.
" Charles Pauknin, j- ..
*the Same. j
Turner Goldsmithb, and I - . --
others, vs. -*
* the Same. J)
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
ctas,'in the above stated cases, I will
proceed to sell, commencing on Wednes-.
day, the yth May, at the Store lateoccc
pied by S. D. Clarke & Co. In the -Tswn
of Hamburg, So. Ca., all that- stock- of'
DRUGS, consisting in part of Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Win
dow Glass,; Dye Stuffs, Brushes, Fancy
Articles, Surgical Instrumnents, and vari
ous other articles. -
Also, at the same time and piace, a lot of'
Furniture, consisting of 1 Bureau, -2 Look
ing Glasses, 3 Tfables, 1 Wash Stana, 1
lot-of Crockery, 1 Map, 6 Chairs, 2-Beds
anad-Furnirture,1 umalfstand, 1 Sideboard:,
1 OCi-pet, 3 Lamps, 1 small Bed;1-Safe, 1
set Fire Dogs-and Tongs. Sale .to con
tinue from day to day, ntil aflai disposed
HI.BOUL WARE, S.EB.D.
April23 St 13
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
elas to me directed, I will proceed to
sell id the Toren of H amburg, S. C., on
Friday the ninth day of May next, and the
dlay following~, the following property, to-~
H. L. Jeffers & Co. vs. Thomas Kelly,
Spiers & Sale, and others, vs. the samia;
eight harreWs of Liqu'orti, Sugar, Colb.
Dry Goods, Shoes. Tobacco.- Corn and
Peas, and sundry other articles usually
kept in a Grocer.y. Store. -
Terms, cash. -
H. BOUL WARE, s. . n. -
April 23 3t .13
i3f'The friends of Maj, S. O.- SCO'Tr.
announce him as- a candidate for Tax
Collector, at the ensuing election.
Nov 6. - t 41
(0i" We arli authorized to; aimompe.
LaFvi R. WrLsore, as a candidate -for the
Office of Tax Collector~at the neiitIeedion-.
I'eb. 26 - ,