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== ATED-A- WIFE.
A %a town i's worthier than'a village.
so isihe r 1iad ofa.married man, more boo
orablhltlif "the bare brow of a bachelor.
Fair. Ladies pray list to the humble confession
Of one, who belongs to.that haughty pirofes
Who bend not the knee to your cruel oppres
And, as Lords of Creativn, will make no con
Oftheir rights to unjust and tyranniC aggres
uion; * -
*Au old cleo .l and Ican not deiny
Tht suid wit tlgl d atearin ny eyes:
And 'm going to tell you the reason why.
As ifytberday sat in"ntyeasy chair,
-Sipping my wi!e from a glass that was near,
And my otuun caub dignttate enjoyed,
(Alas, hw sOon'ii they were both destroyed !)
M1y eye-lids with'slunber beginning to close,
I resigned myself to a-jileagnt deze;.
But ah the sweet visions of sleep were soon
And a horrible dream'with my sturnber -Was
I dreamd thatl walked in happy mood,
Through-the paths of a tal-'id ftately wood;
That the'bredze was whispering softly by.
And the silvery inoon,from hei throneon high.
'Was reflecring her visage from liquid glass,
And-decking with .pearls the dewygruss.
But while I wriscarelessly roaming abon't
Metbought I heard a shriek and a shout ;
I followed the sound, and came to a fen,
In the mid-st of a grand and gloomy glen.
I looked, and I saw by afire'sbroad glare,
Thata bevy of tinens, surpassingly fair.
With mocking and laughter, were dancing
-While the shrieks of a bachelor rang in the air.
'Some had tied the victim up,
And were leeding him well, with a woritirood
-Filled with a mixture fiery hot,
They had just dipped out of a boiling pot.
And others were wnaking a horrible clang,
'Whilo hissong of doom a fair one sang.
Bachelor, you're caught at last ;
And now we'll hold.thee tight and fast,
"Till our fearful wrath be At.
Stir the mixture in the pot;
SStir the fire, and make it hut ;
-Scald hiln well, und falter not.
-Bachelor with stony heart.
Maidens know a fearful art
How to make thee sting and smart.
Married men we torture not;
In the palace-in the cot.
But ab! 'tis fj, 'tis fun fur as
To see the make such a.piteous'fTus
-hile i'ukthe' cauldron we f.ed the thus.
Now-.fe for thy life, and go marr a wife;
Or'take godd care. lest we catch tie agstrt
. And torthri'tbeahere, i'thc lonely fen,
othelfidst df thegrand and gloomy glen.
And as each then'brandished aieysiwitch,
And called fcr a ladle of melted pitch,
The'bachIleruslid. with a sca~lded skin,
FI-om the torturing clan and their'hozible din.
I wad so nauch aborbed'with the 'tiful'siglit
-Of th bachelor, running with afl i oight;
I for'ot thrdaiger Liras in.myself,
'TillIcaught the eye of a wicked elf.
Then sectcrunt coma
Up started my: locks,
My-voice came not to me
Hei faucibts voz.
With a bound she sprang towards me-the test
With shrieks of delight, and with mocking arid
All-'thy efforts to flee were ini vain I found,
-And iny hanias ana feet *ere already hiid,
Whzen with anguish arnd dread, being alnost
i anwoke; arid found miy 'vision flvd.
Myvsef on the floor and stretei,ed at I'uil lenzgth.
Slhiutinzg anod strugglin.g with all my srnh
Now iis dreaifa has produced a most wonder'
A ud you imiust inot hiereafter consider it strange.
SgouuJ on wae ime id-o.,,dn my ba-lier hl,
And ka.&'d to the nilar am lovely yuanny wik'
F.r 'tis best to bc 'oriurcd by one. I am surc.
Thian to sufer 'tre cenrgtnce of tico or Lthrre score.
Yours, (ii 3ou-li iiave' me.) D). J.
g' We are anthorized to an
'pounce N. L. GRItFFIN Esq. as a Can
didate for the Senate, at the ensuing elec
'We are authorized to an
nouince .2apt T HOS J.fIIBB3L E R, as a
eandidate for the Senate, at the ensuiug
election. March 4 te* 6
0? We are authorized to at
tounce Col. JOHN BAUSKETT as a
Candidate for the Senate, at the ensuing
election. F~eb ES te S
gly We are autho~ze~d tlo ahnobtrce.
Lays R. Wii~soie, as a cnadidate for the
Offie of Tax Collector at the next election.
Feb.26 te 5
Sft" The friends of Licut. JAMrE B.
Haants, atnnouhb hibi as a ceudidate for
bd'omfeo of tax Collector at the next elec
W -are authorized to announce
1tIMSHAL R. SMITH as a candidate
for tai Colteetor at the next election.
Dec24, tf . 48
i)"The friekds of SAurson B. Mars
*nnouncehim asa candidate for the Office
of Tax Collecto, it. the neist election.
Oe(.f 39 t f 40
o0i The fr-iends of toDYoso MoRNi9,
Esq., announce hinm as a eandidate for the
offce of T ax Collector at the-nett efecijen.
Nov 6 . '. .41.
.g7pThe friends of Col. Jloar QUEaTTLE
eu amnunce him as a candidate for the
oilce of'Tax Collector, at the next elec
- Og. Sep 3 ie -32
are gauthorized 10 anntOanee Col.
JOIN HLL as a-ciididate for irihnary" at'
* -so~r uthorised to dioufc
m Estas' a candidetrdIor~
W1VER as a candidate for
th b of Representatives, atihingest
.esia Juaes3-' tel9
0 r .: .. ,w I
State of South Carolina:
Y virtue of sundry writs-of Aeri facias,
to me directed, 1 will proceed to sell,
at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in July next, the fot
lowing property, in the following cases, to
'Allison DeLoach for Nancy Oliver, vs.
Jesse Schumpert, John Schumpera, and
Daniel Livingston ; a tract of land con
taiing seven hundred and thirty ,acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of William
Schumpert and James Merchant. levied
on as the property of the Defendant, John
J. C. Allen vs. J. J.. Sentell ; Benjamin
Outz vs. Wiley Hartes and John J. Sentell,
the tract of laud whereon the Defendant,
J. J. Sentell lived, containing six hundred
and thirty acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of James M. Richards~n, James Ad.
ams and others ; John B. Holmes vs. Tal
bert Cheatham cud W. Strom Sr.; Wiley i
!Banks bearer vs. William Strom, Sen., :
the tract of land whereon the Defendant I
William Strom lives, adjoining lands of .
Edmnnd Boyd and. others, levied. on as
the property of the Defendant William I
Terms of sale cash.
.H. BOUL WARE, S. E. D.
June 12 4te 21
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa -
Bcias to direte'd, I salproceed
to sell, at "E'dgenield Court House, on the
"First Monday and Tuesday' in'July next,
the following properly, fu the following 1
named cases, t'-wit : ..
John Moore vs. -Gedrge N. Tardue ;
William'R. Neal, bearer, and others ev.
erally vs. the -same ; one negr'o boyslave :
named Nat. .
Iteuhen Adrgan'vs. Diniel Livingstou,
two neuro slaves named leht!'abd e.
Terms of sale, cash. 3
n -H. B ULVARE, S. 'E. D.
June 19 'Ste -21
Sheri.#'S Sale. r
Y virtnre of sundry writs of Fieri'Fa
Bcias to me directed, I will proceed b
to sell at Ed efield Court House, on the t
First Monday and Tuesday it'July next,
the following property, in tae following -
Smith & Griggs vs. Darling D. Plunk
ett ; B, P. Ravenal, and others sevetally,
vs. the same; the following lots in the
town- of Hamburg, S. C., known in the '
plan of said town as lots number 199, 20b, p
201, 202,203 and 204, having fifty feet
front, and running back one hundred and I
ninety-six feet, bounded on the Norti by ,
Boundary Street, South by Snowdon 'St.
East byTillman Street,atid Esit by Cobb; c
C. A. Greiner vs. E. L. Whatley, the n
interest of the Defendant in a tract of land e
containing sixty acres. more or less, adjoin- si
ing lands of Samuel Clarke. and otherse
John Bausk'ett'vs. A. L. Ganiihohl,'lia .
interest of the Defendant in a tract of
lana'ontaining ei;ht hundred acres, more
or less, adjoining iands of Wade Glover,, j
James Goff and othefs.
Julius C. Pardue vs. S. P. McNairy,. a
one house and lot in the town of Hamburg. 1
S. C., known in the plan of said town as
lot number 101, at present occupied by
Howard, Woodruff & Co., on Centre
Street, having fifty feet front by two hun
A mos Bush vs. James E. Kilcrease, the
tract of land whereon the Defendant lives, J~
containing six hunidred -ieres, more or less, e
adjoining lands of Mary Kilerease, Sarahi~
Blair and others. t
Terms of sale, cash.
H. OUL W AR E,'s. k.o
Junte 10 4t 20
hkeru?''s Sale. -
State of South Carolina,
.limes Eidson, A pplicant, vs.) Summonm
Jamesl~ Rodgers & wife Sarah, in Parti
and others Defendanma. rion.
BY virtue of an order from John Hill,
IEsquiire, Ordinary of ihe District,
in the above stated case. i will proceed to
sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Mlonday in July next4 the Jands belonging
to the Estate of James Eidson, Senior, s
deceased, situate itn said District, adjoin- I
ing lands of Martin Eidson, the Estate of I
John Gomillion, Mrs. Peggy Gomillion,
and others, containing one hundred atnd I
twenty and a htaff acres. mor'e.or lef, Io
e sold on a credit until the first day of
Purchasers will give bond and approvedr
personal security, and a mortgage of thet
premises to the Ordinary to secure the
Costs to be in cash.
H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
June 10 4t 20
07We arc auth~oriseti to sihouifeo Miti
jor JOHN B. H OLMES as a candidate
for the House of Representatives, at the
next election. May 6 te 15
(7F*We are authorized to announace B.
. YA NCEY, as a candidute for the Legisla
ut e, at the ensning eleetion. Jan 29 to 1
We are authorized to announce Col. P.
S. Baoorcs. as a candidate for the Houjse
at thc ensuiig'election. Feb fi5 te 5
We are authorized to announce JOHN
DOBY. Esq., as a candidate for the Le.-'
gislattte at the ensuing election.
Febniuy 4 if-' 2
We are authorized to annonnbae Batf
ELH OLLAIeD, Esq,, as a candidate for the
|House of Representatives, at the ensuing
ectin. .Fe~b. 25 te 5
We are authorized to aaneialnce OittER
Towtsts, Esq., as a candidate for the
House of Representatives-- at the eosuitig
election' Feb e5 te 4
To the Independenf oters- of
Edgefield Distriot !!
.fed1ob Citizenus i-Contrary to tid ad
ee and wishes of my friends. I ofle#imy
self as a Candidate for te6ie f.fe
of my abilities.- - . - * *.
M N3OHN J. McCOLLOBOH.
CiraatswoN, 8- , ao
By his Ezce~lencp WM. A1I1 Elq.. Gover
nor is:-Cdimmaader-in Chief .33 and over the
State -of Se tk.Carolina.i
W HEREAS, information ni receiv
ed at this Departmre in ia dpring
mid outra us attempt to cogim: der, by
iootirr Kit, a faithful and ,aluabIe - ervaot
the driver) ofJolid W. S6m: jrsa ., of St.
Paul's Parish; by some person ". ins,sup
osed to be runaway slaves, ' been
seen reported that a second izi.w , iInade,
on the night of.the.lith Joe 'in ,u njiNlle,
here the aforesaid Kit was removed forsafetV
end attendace;on account.of his wounds,) byg
hooting through the window into his room, at
ached to the dwelling: Now, know ye, that.
ustice may be done, Ido hereby offer a reward
f ONE IUNDRE[1)OLL.ARS for the ap.
rehension and safe dqi.very,at any jail withmnj
his State, of the perpe ators of the above act..
1iven under my band tti 15th day ofJune,id
thi year one thousane 'ht hundred azf
forty sixnlain ;theaove thtb year of r
ican Independence. w .
. By the Governor.
-Ro. Q. Putcany,;Secreta tate.
June 24 - - 22
The south Carol ian,
C. . SUMMER AND.B. R. CARROLL.
Should sufficient encouragemput be re
eived, the. proprietors proposetoissue the
outh Carolinian, afterethe irst day of
)ctober next, as follows i.
A'Sin-VE KLY Paperat$5 per on
urn, in -advance, or $6 at the end -of the
A 'W t y Paper at $ per unum, in
dvane; or$4 at the endif th year.
'Ith' jiters will contain tbe tae read
:g matter, and also alt w:dvertise
rbe Sdi4& Ca/oLiinfan wilieprint ed
't he'vrf- esrpaper,!iih d beau
ful t pe.
July 17 - 21
il HE sshseriber liilli ined to ffer
at private sale, the well known tract of
and on which he now resides, on'the Pie
louse Road.leading 'tb 'Ha birgi 1 miles
nth the Pine House. fornieily -known as
van's. It is an .excellentst ad rl n sfall
muuty busines, either for''W. drocbry or Dry
oos Sto. -The tract contains 156 acres,
ore or less, and the land i-id ageond state for
ltivation. For particulars. apply to the
bscriber on the preuises.,
*- 3Y5 11
LL-Persons having demands against
the Estate of W , Mryunion,.de-.
saaedItje requested -to re er theif in
ecording'to l'w. TiVose iuf ted to said
state are-requested to rnake-immediate
D. BRUNSON, -Executor.
April 8 .tf. 15
&LL persons haliing' deswands):gainst tihe
es.inate of David Richradsntt, are request
&to t ariit the imldately, properl at
ste.and all diebtorz'eff eestate, are rquired
make prompt-paymen'ras thie aftaars or the
ite are arboutta eelo~. -
JASE Ml; RICHRlDSON,
JAB. S. GUIGNA RD,
SMayl 1 1ly -1
#addlere~ a'nu ilarness
I take great pleasure in
retun;~n1 ino mypatrons anid
friends -in general, my sim
cere thanks, fur their very
liberal haironage during the
past year. I would also,
take tis vpprotumity to in
form them, that l'sball still
continpe to garry on my bu.
ness at nmy old stand, 'at the first door ahtove
rsley and Bryan's briik store; where may
e found, at all times, allkinds of HARNESS,
ADD LES, BRIDLES, aidsll other atiles
enerally kept in suicl establishmenits.
Mitary ipagt' made to order in the most
rved slye, w i dled be psromptly furnish
All per'sons wishing to buy,Ihope ikdl gisre
e a call. I shail endeavor .to put all my or
ees as low, as in justice to myself, I cart po
bl afford todo. D, ABBEY.
ty i 16
LL. r .P .ae~ jint receie and
Ii opened a large arid hmnduome. soit
sent of SPRING :-s SUMMlER GQODS,
irchaildin Chatlbetoi apd New York,com
irising a generalV assortment of
S'taple and Fancy Goods, Liai
ware, Crocey~, Grocefieet
Hat&, Shoes,- Bonnits, Boohs
md Stationery,Saddle~y and
nd at aarietji of o'ther4rti'bles usually,
ept in our line. All- of whish- we *ill selV
a temis to suit ther times.- .
IEYWe itvite our fries st call and ex
anineoe s . . .
April8 tf, 11.
thelthof Janar. a Negro.Woman.
:y ae 6f NICY,of dark complexion. about
38 erriige; he isisapposed to-be about
DG6~~ plntation, where she hat
bii~',~Pliorbo e wad will-be paid to
I~lt rieb me atifdge
&asa~i~'hasj cadidate forthe
f n aives at the-ensuing
C fto~t the eisnint eletion " -
P EPPER SAUCE in quart bottles, at 25
cents a bottle,
New Orleans Molasses, 50 cents a gallon,
tio Co'ee,10 aqd I1 pounds to the dollar.
-Cocoa Dippers for water pails, at 44 cents and
, b ;oenti,
Sugar, 10,11 and 12 pounds to the.dollar,
Cups and Saucers, 181, 25, 374, 50 and 75 ets.
Gentleimen'a white Beaver broad" brimmed
J.ats,"$2~00 to $6 00.
Copound. Syrap of Iceland Moss, for Colds,
.,, Coughs, Bronchitis, &c.. 50 cis. a bottle.
Shampoo Liquid, or Hair Jtestorative, for re
moving ft |}andruif, 374 cents per bottle
RoupJ., nd taper crown, white and pearl,
. Wool Hats. at 75 cents each.
Black Tea, fine quality, at 6c cts. a pound.
White Lead, ground in oil, No. 1, at $8 25
and numberg, x.t $7.75 per 100 lbs.
A very. large and cheap assortment of Boots
Nails, 4lbs. for 25 cents, 21bs. for 15 cents.
Shot, all sizes. 3it1a. for 25 cents.
Men.aind boys glazed and cloth Caps, 314 ets.
to $1 121 cach, -
1 'Hhd. prime shoulders of Bacon at 74 cents
'Boston Crackers at 123 cents a pound.
Rice, 20 pounds to the dollar.
Pocket Maps of the U. States at $1 25 each,
" ofTexas,&c., at 87. eta. each.
of Alanama, Mississippi,'&c., at
75 cents each,
:Russia leather travelling' portable Writing
Desks, at $5 0d and $4 75.
Cutting Knives, for Oats, at $1 25 each.
Grass and grain patent Scythe Blades, $1 124
to t 50 ea:b.
Brades Garden Hoes with Rakes attached 62.
and 75 cents, each,
Cornelius's Solar. Lamp Chimneys25 cts. each
8x10 Window Glass 4 cents,. and 10x12 Win
dow Glas 66 cents. a light.
Putty, 64 cents a pound.
Edgcfield C. H., 20 June n846.
Jue 24 2t 22
Jayne's Alterative !
BRONCIHELE or GoITr %Swelled Neck,)
-He-has prescrihed the Life Preservate
in upwards of sixty cases of Goitre, and it
has never failed in a single instance to
completely remove the disease:. Nut a
solirary case of failure. .-ll were eW.red!
The success he has met with in curing
Bronchocle and Cancerous Affections.
lins convinccd hits, that these dangerous
and horrible diseases may be removed
with as much certainty as Fever and
Ague. He does not wish to be understood
as saying that that they can he cured as
soon as Fever and Ague, but with as much
certainty; and further, that he has good
reason for believing that this preparation
will not only cure those diseases when
formed, but that it destroys the virus or
poioonous principle lurking in the.system,
fron which that peculiar class of diseases,
as well as that of Scrofulaemanate.
1 Scrofula-Icing's Evil,-The Life Pre
servative has been used in numerous cases
of Scrofula, King's Evil, and Scrofula
Swellings, with the most decided success,
Skin Diseases.-Ile has prescribed it in
a great' variety ofCatancous Ail'ections, and
found it successful in curing Salt Rctn. or
Tetter, 'Biles, Blotches, Pimples, Nor
he'w indvifaunidiced Skin, &c.
Dyviepsiaad L.ver Complaint.-It has
been used in numerous cases of Liver
Complaintand ''yijepsia, and with the
Prepared only by..Dr. D, Jayne, No. 8,
Sdiuth .Thfr~d Sbrefy1'hiibdel phint.
R. S. ROBE RT'I is br. .D. Jayno's
only A -em at Edgeteld Court House.
Beware of Cshntierfeits !
'June 24 t 22
State Wo South Carolinia.
EDGEFIELD DISTRIC T.
in the Cgur~ f Oraiizart'.
Austin Rowe a'nd othiers,
Appli'ts, vs. Mary Rtowe.
aud others, Def'ts. .
IT appearing to any satisfactioni that
Andrew Jackson. Rowe, lives beyond
the limits of this St ate, it is ihiesefore or
dered that he do appear and object to the
division or sale of the real estate of Wm.'
15. Rowve, deceased, on or before the first
Monday iu September next, or their con
setit id te same will lie entered or record.
Given under my hatnd at tiy ollica, 2d
Junte, 18463. .ONhIL ...B
Jufne 3d, 1840 12w 19
Mary Moore and ottiers, Bill for
vs. Michael Barr, A dm'r, Injundcivfn and
. and others. IRelirf.
IT appearing to thie siatisfamction of thme . om
missioner, that George W. Yarborough
and Elizabeth his Wife, Delindansts in this
case, reside without the litiits of this State, On
moion of Mr. Bauskett. Comspl. Solicitor, it is
brdercd that the Defendanits do appear and
plead, anwe or demur, to the Complaiats
bill of complaint, wiliini three months from the
publication, hereof, or the said bill will be taken
pro confesso, against them.
S. S. TOMPKINS. C. E. E. D.
April22 1846 3m 13
State of South Carolina.
Samuel P. Getson and Wife,) Summons
3 Appilicants. ss. Sebren O' s
Sahivan and others, Def'ts. Partition.
IT apperaring to my satisfaction that Sebren
OE . Sullivan, Thomas Sullivan, Diawsoni
Sullivan, William Quarles and wife Eliza
beth, and William Quarles.jr, a nephew, heirs
and distributees of the real estate of Elleti
Sullivan, deceased, live withont the limits of
this State, It is therefore ordered that they do
appear and object to the division or sale of
he real estate aforesaid on thme first Monday
in July next, or their conscat to the same will
be entered of recoa d.
Given utider my hand at my office, this 6th
dayof April, 1846. JOHN H ILL, 0. E. D.
April8 12t 11
The State of South Carolina,
Mary Loveless, A pp.1 Sum si
Bertjamin F. Loveless jPartition.
ud others Defendants.)
IT apparingto my satisfaction that
WloH.Loveless, one of the do
feudants, recides without the limits of this
State, it is therefore Ordered, That lie do
appear and object to the division, or sale,
of the Real Estate of Martin Loveless,
deeasedron or before the first Monday in
Jily neir, orbhis consent to the same will
-Gin em'erimy' anWat may office,
Aprii, 1846. e JOHIN HiLL, Q .
TO TIE PUBJJV
B Y the last Wlland Tesafitjhf6f Alex
ander .Downer, deceased, late of Beach
Island, provision has been made for the main
tenance and education oft'-number of indigent.
orphans of this District. rintfer th'e age of 14
years--and by an act of the Legislature, Coin
missioners have hen appointed to carry out
the benevolent designs of the Testator.- .They
have procured a suitable location at Bdach is
land, eight miles below Hamburg, and design
as soorras they can ascertain the number of
beneficiaries, to erect ruitable buildings for
their accommodation, and to obtain the servi
ces of a competent person to take charge of
the Institution. .
The design of this communication is to so
licit the cooperation of the citizens generally,
but more particularly of the Commissioners of
Fren Schools, in ascertaing the number of chil
dreni in thejr respective neigliborh-odsentitled
to the benefits designed by the benefaction of
Communications addressed to us through the
Hamburg Post Office, will be thaukfully re
D. ARDIS, Comm'rs.
G. B. MILLS. S
April 29 tf . i4
The hamburg Journal will copy.
H. L. JEFFERS,
General Agent and Conmission
Merchant, Hanburg, S. C.
TILL offers h services to his friends and
the pi li, ntd he will devote his undivi
ded attention to e
SELLING OF COTTON AND FLOUR,
RECEIVINo AND FORWARDING GooDs.
Buying Goods for Planters or Merchants, or
attend -to and business that may be
committed to hisg ,are.
He embraces this opportunity of tendering
his thanks to his friends for their liberal patron.
age heretofore bestowed, and by industry and
close attention to business. he hopes to merit,
and to continne to receive the same. It shall be
Isis aimp to make all his charges as light as pos
sible, knowing that it will he to his interest to
closely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal advances will be made if required, on
produce sent to- him for sale or store. Cotton
sent to him by Boats, will be received free of
wharfage. All prodnce sent to him for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
August 6 if 28
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MARKET STREETS,
HAMBURG, S. C.
HAVE just received, and will continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles, which they offer to their friends and
the trade, at the lowest market prices :
30 hhds. consisting.of St. Croix, Clairfield
Porto Rico and M-uscovado.
Double Reined Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
50 bags Old Government Java Coffee,
JO do.- Angustura do.
125 choice Rio do.
I Bale locho do.
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dnhdee. 44 to 45 iuch.'
250 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
50 do. Tow, 45 inch
125 do. Gunny, 24 per yard, 451o 47 in
it0 do Georgia & Curolinu, 44 to 45 in
300 coils Kentucky Rope
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute do.
20 IIhds. Trinidad Molasses
25 bbls. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds [rotn, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, German an. Caster & Cast Stcel.
B. CON & bALT.
30,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 Sncks Silt,
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozenl Maple Chairs
25 do WVindsor do
.10 do Cune Seat,
2 do Chsildrens, dio
2 .do Boys, dii
2 doOllicesa, do
2 do Rocking, do
1 do Niirse. -do
2 bales 9-4 Blunkcets
3 do 10-4I do (wieighing 7 lbs. to the
A good assortment of Bed Blankets ftrom
J0-4 to 124.
1 .0001 yds. WVashinogton . eans (heavy,)
1000 do. Covenitry Plainis.
N AI L .
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Buogs, assor ted Sizes
30 Kegs IlF Du)pont's Powder
10 do Blasting do .
20 do Ea;:le,S porting, do
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gun pow
der, 1Hyson and Ituperial
6 ases attees, "
.1 best Black Tea " --
200 Bbls. fresh Rock Lime.
Ginger, Pepper, Spice. Cinnamon, Nutmegs,
indigo, Saltpemtre, Blue Shone, Copperas.
ShoeThread, Snuff, Cutto , & Wool Cards,
Brass Bound Buckets, Painted Bukets,
'rubs, Churns, Keelers.. Willow Wagons
and Cradles. Washrboards, Cocoa Dippers,
Clothes Pins, Brooms, Wooden Bowls,
Wash Stands, Bellows, Rakes, Scythe
Sneeds, Coffee Mills,SoapTallow & Sperm
Candles. WVagonB oxes, Measures, Saddle
Ir ons, Windorr Glass, Starch, Pistols, To
bacco, (irindstones, Osnaburgs, Twvine, Cas
tings, Boots, Shoes, Wool H ats,RieClothes
Baskets, Almonds, Bearskins, Mackerel,
Mustard. Fifth Chains, Lamap Oil; a choice
article of Chewing Tobacco; Vinegar, Bexes,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Moulds, Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choco
late, &ec.. &c.
WVANTED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
which cash will be paid.
Hamhurg, 1846 tf I
Castings and Nails,
V l1PH Subscriber offers for sale 3,000 lbs.
-F Catigs, consisting of Ovens, Skillets,
Spiders, &c. and 100 kegs of Cut Nails.
from No.4 to No. 20.
S. F. GOODE.
B ULI'S COMPOUND OF SARSA.'
PARILLA. -This preparation of- Sa
saparilia. possess all..thz active -propersiles of
the Root, in a hIgh eoncntrated'state.: -+
Just reciv alfr'e by
Dn .- .f
-AVE receivedthein8p g
.erns, consitng la of
Plain Mfuslin ,Robes ic
Printed Lawns new sales
hams and Mn'lins, CJ nnb
children, Book, Mili, br8
Swiss and Mainbric issuii .
Drills, Brown Linetii able Ci
yard-or pntteri. Diniask Tab
Linen, Linen Sheeting,
Skirting, Rich Fancy"$
superior Calicoes, at 1" Ils.,
Parasolettes. Stn Shad -
ges, Palm and'Leaf Ha
plain Straw and Leghonjp) R
Flowers, Tbbs andRibbo
Slippers, Children'ablack and
&c. A lot of Hsi;r
than ever before ofered in 1
which, together with our form.C '
sol , lordfor Prompt Pay. --
jJ &'jut- received,'-andet
santy on hand, a rassraupp i
and bye- tluff .
He does not think proper toi?
public, by advertising Ass p ,6r
wishing to purchase may be asas a
will sell at as LOWr ratoms asa one.n
field, Hambug or Augusta..,'"
T1he following constgtule#,a a
stock of Mid, '
Epsom and Glauber Salt -
Caster Qi.in bottles, or b"i
.A alomel, Tart. Emetic,; s
Root, Rhurbarb, Jalap,MagiaGi
Aloes, Gamboge. Cayenne r
Cremor Tartar, Opimi - i1tanauneg
ic, Quinine, Preparations: -df-oty,
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Rdottanifiep. .iu
of the same, Capaiva,.Chluride ofE oda Etiern
Camphor, Nitre, Ammonii iv; rirmidand
any other article thit'may-be callitor.
PA'lENT M EDICINE .'94
07AIll of Da. JAr~rs's Mediines4af e
genuine. Soli as cheap as can bel i'nda;
any Drug Store, in this or, any' otir plac
obtained directly from. Dr. -Jayne,'ilttog
his only Agent in Augusta. : ? . :.
Bull's Sarsaparilla, Sund's .arsapa'r a
Carpenter's Do. Phlotoken,
Carpenter's Extract Cubs and Co
Tarrant's Do., -lRedicomuwen:uw, G
Cordial, aloffat.'s Pills, Mo'ffatt'a ' t
Chanilian's Fever and Ague -Pills.' Cba f
on's Vegitable Anti-dyspeptic Pills 8" "
Fever end Ague Pillar Spencer's P
Luzengees, Peter's. Pill's, poukte., s
pout Tooth Drops, Thumpse.s
icines, Rowand's Tonic i xture,S i
Soda Powderg, Swain's Panua4'ri 4
Balsam,. Hay's Linime t;.. -airrriell'i
ment,-.., suruei cie for scald.iend.
At cnoutic. -Oil.:fur. dcafness, and Jl jn!'s
Patent Mediciues incotoinaetl -
.White Len4;of.ill tind
gris. Spanish Brown,Tenotan Red
Brown, Turkey Hubei,., C1jz1
Cerone Yellow, Veraiillion tb
Ivory Black, Terra Sieina, i
tent Black, Lamnp Black, YelloWl .te
nrge, Russian Blue, Turpelae
Varnish of all kinds, Linseid.A9iI
Lamp Oil; Neat's Foot Oif, ziT a
tia Oils. , -
S .FIoaTr t -id
Log (;ntjwoud, rdz s Vm, jgatp .
Red aniders, .Tumrac, ieras, Afrm:.9
Blucstone, and all other ui.
.SPICES~ a3 ..
Black Pepper:Allfielucn Ci
Clores, Giger,..ace: andfa2v -
Window Glass, from d I
Paty, Whiting, Sieru,Candaale aMWs l
Castile Soap, Chalk, Court. Plast~1: '
Seed, Wafers, Tooth Brushes.ul
Silver Leaf, Syringes of all'ikindTu~e,
ink, Black and lied, iuk' 1oaders, LA in
Syrup, alustard, Pink Saucerss,'SungOJ~.~.
ice, alatches, Punnice Stone, 'Kotten ~iq,
Sal Eratus, Potash, .Salt Petre, Sealiii2~i
Sponge, 'Starch, Paint Brubbea sf.z4y4?
scription, White Wash Bruuse
Brushes, Sweeping Brushies, cibkg..
and Shoe Brushes,~.Hair Brushe l~~~
Boxes, Shaving Soap, t fall kinds ' msig
Soaps, Toilet Soaps. Rose,. of vraims kdes*
a variety of fine articles, of Toisic&.o4l' o
fine cu~t Trobucco for smkn sdEii'
Emtmery, Nursing Bdttles.'%ippl.'iUiali
Cnlpipmg Glasses, Lancets, .&lcohol2Raimod.
Roach Bane, Sash Tools, Camail'a-Hai, and
Sable Hair Pencils.
All the above articles are. warranie'dd
and sold on terms to please purchassdra lir
cnsh, oro~n up~proved credut. .. -
J. D. TIBBErS
Edgefield C. H.. March I1 . f. %.7
T H Subscriber rea di~~hsts'.
friends anad the publig AtagmI4
has had his Hiouse ihoroul yztrI and
has made a large addiuioin .sa~ is
purchase of the adjriniine o & e *lll
enable him to accommodate~atleat :or
6fay moure personsiduring.Cpiitq p4tlr
tames than) he formerly dad. :'is ,9eafti,
has been concentrated to ~thie 'comfort sldon
'venience of all those Whi -hawd fat'Ored, bi
with their patronaigs,and bhflainiibl' f
that a discerninug and gener iU'~.
tinue to bestow on him a sae h&qt
He will, as heretofd ~bidp~tohiK
his Table with th-et|Eaft
afford. .%2x" -j1
.Having removed hbis qgI~ttffthe 1
end of the IH oisc A~joihing aItle'oz no nr.'
noyance ennt be experienced by.gfone who put
uap at his HoteL
His Bar will be furnshed wih i abt
Liquors, and- his Stableasya hi
Februay2 ~ r kgj'
few days-no e ~ aeeu~~it I -:
ted Dr.- Fodti ~ i
of similar temedis
tion or Cu