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e We gave some account in. aur last pc
par, of the effort made here on -Tuesday of th
past 'week, to fill up the ranks of the Voluntee
Company, which has adopted the name of th
Butler Guards,'' under the command of Cap1
Towle , and wb h with the Newberry Coir
panay, is to be attached to the Palmetto Regl
uneut, now on the march to the. seat of wa
Oa Friday last .e had an interesting day
-Our citizens, with that -ardor. and patrioti
feelingwhich ever signalizes them on such o<
casious, prepared a public Barbacue, for th
entnertainment of Capt.Towles' Counpuny, an
,the Volunteeissfror Newberry, under Cap
r Williams. who were expected to reach thi
place on that day, the public at large were in
vited. The gallant:Company from Newberr
reached, and encamped sti:tdgeBatler's sprin,
on the ni ht previo:is. On Friday mornin
about 9 Mock, our citizens on horseback a
sem'led on thi publiisquare, were organize
by Major Bacon, Col. Christie, and Captali
Boulware. Marshalls of the Day. and attende
by Capt. Towles' .Company, who have beet
quartered in our town soate days, marched ou
on the Newberry. road, to meet and escor
Capt. Williams .Coiipany to the quarter
which had been prepared for them. About i
mile from towi,the escort met and cnducte<
the Newberry Company to the Hotel of Mir
Ryan, where they were received by Col. S
B. Griffin;ihe aid-le-camp of Governor'John
son, and invited, to occupy their quarters.
number of persons having arriveil from th
country, they with tae Volunteers of both
Companics were addressed, on the publi
square, by-Msjor Bacon, on horseback, in
short, but spirited and stirriig speech. Soot
afnerwards, a Public Meeting was, held in th
Court House, over which F. H. Wardlaw
Esq., presided; the meeting was addressed ai
a most eloquent and able. manner,, by sev era
gentlemen: the Chtirmad, and bIas ers. N. L
Griffin, J. P. Carroll, 'V. Brooks, S. B. Mays
T. G. Bacon, and Capt. Towles, participated
There were a number of names added to thi
roll of Capt. Towles' Comp any. On Satu
day morning at 9~ o'clock, Capt. Williams
Company took op their ua:ircli for hamburg
they were escorted. for a short distance frou
town, by Col. Towles' Company, and man;
citizens on horselhiaik, and a short parting ad
dress was made to tliem by N. L. G u, Es
The Newberry Company then marched t
Hamburg, and Capt. Towles' Compangy re
mrained to fill up his franks. We are gra tifie
to bear, that there is every-prospect of this be
ing done in-aiday or two. - We are -egnestet
to state, that some of the ladies have cotimet
ed to prepare a Flag for the Butler Guard!
and that one ofthem; will present drat-Flag t
Capt. Towles'.Comp-ny, at-the Court dh
steps, on Thursday next. When this Compa
ny is completed, it will be the seedd whi
Old EdgefielhIuas furnished. in letk than tw
months, to vindi ate rthe rights and1aioior a
the country " '
The follown r (sas sie Ab) ilhe Bani er,
is thoges -id,
and 12th us
i, - - -
" uba, ,L. 5 6
7The amburg Journal of the 14th insat
states. that "Lieut. A; Crossly, a rcsudeat
Fairfield District,, and belongitag to the fai
field company of Volunteera, aunache~d to th
Palmetto Regiment, died at !Roacha's Hotel,i
this city, on yesterday mzorning;, arid was buarie
with military hitaors by the Arttillery Gnrar4e
ounr neighbor city, Augusta, they haaving; ttrnec
out expressly fur-thme occasion."
Appoinmments, by and tcith the adoicc and con
sent of the Sen ac.-Samauel M'Goiwangf Sont
Carolina, to be Assistant Quartermiaster, wit
t the rank of Captain..T.
Jamtes Davis, of South Carolina, t o be Sn'
Elbert Bland. ef South .Caroliina sto be As
The Mlontgomery Daily Journajf thle I 3t
4inst. states, that " the right wing of the Pal
mnetto Regiment went'off, last evenainag, in the
crack steamer Montgomery,. -Capt. Johnason
Promotions from Llie ranks.-A letter frot
Washitigton to the Bahiause Argus, statesa then
the~ President "has appointed two soldier
-Lieutcnanmlanr the army, for theih~allaiit cor
$ duct on tfie~three hlds, over which our fia
hans waved -in triumph during the past yeai
and I behieve it taibe his intemntiona to rewur
gallantry ini what svem depaitment of thme ari
* it may be round."
The Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteel
s'said to be full, tad ini afewv days will be c
their line of march to dhe seat of wvar.
gj' The remains (says the N. 0. Picayunc
oh the following officers a ates have a
ri~t ow Orleats, fromYUt seat of war,
dho 's of commi~ittees appointed for the purpo
of bringing them honme to their rel~atives as
Col. W'ltson 'of the Baltimore and WVashiin
4r todl Battalio .> -'
Capt.IsaWu Ho~igse, eorgia Regimenclt.
CatRidgely, Flying Artillery.
(Cat'. Gillespie, Texas Regriment~
Mr. Thomas, Texas Rangemrs
lit. Yeaison; Texas Bang ers.
Ar.4,mjiistintls.The .j S. Adjuta
Generat' publishes the new law requiring .
.cnlistments in'the regular asmy to be made I
dnring the wa'r,' or for fie years, at the o
tior of the recuit.. A lbountZ of $12 is alto'
Sed; the pay-of prmat'enisS7 per month, wi
:4rnaonus'and clothIng Thiesuin of $'2 is pa
to any one whio will'biiia recruit to any
+nuiina station. -
The CharlestonConier ofrthe 13th instant,
e states, that "Mr.MacKay, from the Comrmittee
r of Ways and Means, reported to the House of
e "Representatives on Saturday, the following
bills, which were read twice, and referred to
the Committee of the Whole, on the state of
- the Union. For the support of the Army-for
the supply of Indian appropriations and Indian
annuities-for the support of the Navy fcr the
c year ending June 3d, 1846.
The sums appropriated by these bills are as
j Army proper $6,813,373 25
Volunteers, 22.725,331 00
Navy 8,920.204 49
Indians 1,169,324 00
2 Fixr.--The Anderson Gazette, of Friday last,
says--" We learn that a stable belonging to
Mr. Olley Mattison. 19 miles S. 1E of 'this
n place, together with five or six head, of hors
es, was destroyed by fire a few nights ago
-there is every reason to believe it was the
t work ofan incendiary.
s Lieutenant- Genral.-It was currently re
t ported in Washington (says the Charleston
I Erening fetws,) that Gen.. Houston will be ap'
pointed Lieut. General if the office be c euted,
aid that menibers are favorably disposed to
- such'a movetuent.
Incrcasc of the Army.-The Washin.ton
Fountain of the 13th inst. has the following par
"We earn from the highest authority that
the President, in. executing the law for the in
crease of the regular Army, (it the bill as it
passed the House yesterday shall pass the Se
note) intends to accept volunteer companies
and aegiments, and to grant commisions to the
officers of their own choosing, instead ofresort
ing to the slow proces-t of enlistiug recruits and
appointing'olicers of his own selection."
Mail Rouber.-Wm. H. Wisner, a clerk in
the PosL Olfice at Post Jarvis, who had pleaded
guilty to two indictmedts for robbing the mail,
. (says the'..harleston Eocning News.) was on
the 11th inst., sentenced by Judge Betts, tit the
r U. S. District Court of New York, to twenty
years imprisonment in the State Penitentiary,
b citg tie shottest time allowed bylaw.
Salaries of English Dignitaries.-The. Lord
i Chancellor receives as his salary, fourteen
thousand pountids a year. and the Chief Justice
I ofthe Court of Queen's Bench, ten thousand
pounds. Tite L'ndoti Poice Magistrates re
ceires one thousand pounds a year, each one.
Ages of distingaisl.d men in Enland.
Longevity marks the coarse of greatness in
England. The Duke of WVellingtot is seven
ty seven years old; Lotd Lyndhnrst, 73; Da
niel O'Connel 72; Joseph Httme,. 70; Lord
f Brougham, (7- Sir Robert Peel, 5j.
Pire.-A fire was discovered in the Jail
1 on last Friday,-and the. alarm given to
1 our-citizens. For some time it was
t" *bught impossibletdsave tihe building.
irougt8re tinti of some idiid;
s, ho-a~ ti 161 e kifutre;; uot
thi~~Spot; andL.-were effieiently used in ex
ting'iishing the fire. -
The Jail was.fired by one of its-invol
untary.iutates.-Cudntclen Journal 13th
Fir's and Loss of Life.-Our citizens
t'ere arouseid r.'rtm their b'eds at about
half past 3 this mnoning, htyt.he ailarmi of
( tr~e,. On repairing to the spot, we founad
that fhe fire had brokei),oui ott the premni
a ises of. Mr.. 'C. Pankniu, a well -linuwn
i Lheufi'si aedjDruggisk~ of this .city, resi
ding on the North side of Markei-streei,
between M~eeting and King -street.- The
house, whticht is of brick, was enttirely
bonsumned,ixcept. the walls, and with it
the whnle of the furniture andI nearly all
the valuable Stock'of Alr. Panknin. Ilowv
the fire originated is not knowna but it
tsoredw iith such ralpidity, 'hati r. Pauk
linan was barely able to make his escape
thro-.gh the door of his store in a portiotn
~nly of his clpithes,.when the extension ol
the ffarnes te. ihte stair-way prevented the
paasage ti -any other persons, atnd his n' ilfe
atnd famiuly:were.comapelled ho tmake their
escapte from a front window of thte secittd
story by mneanis of a ladder, placed there
by the spectators for that purpose. A
negro girl, about 13 years old, whlo slept
in the house, is mnissing this mnorthng, attal
there is. ever.y reason to believe that the
utnfortuntate creature perished iu the Ilamies,
as she was seen at thte witndow at the titme
a thai the family 16ade their escape, but re
treated frtom' ii, and in her confusion, of
rmind andl terror, must have fallen dowu
.the stairs, oifainted, as site could not aif
ter wards be found.
We have learned the followitng particu
'la'rs of thtis disastrous affair. Mtr. Punk.iin
d wats awakened by the rattle of the watch
y man, and hastily thr wing on a few or lhts
gs'rmenits, rushed dqwi, the sair, -whiich
ae on the outsid'e ohhe house, (bide beitng
s no .inside commttnication between the
t store and upper apartments. On co'miing
down he found the stairs on Gre, so much
so5, that be was badly burt in making his
descent. A shed was att ached to the store,
eipt whihtws placed ai large quantity of
erpybottles packed in straw ; the comn
bustittles in this shed were ois firec, but the
l. fire of ithe stairway was not at all connected
d with it, distant. some 6 or 8 feet fyom it,
. which leads ta te susp)iciOn that the whole
i-was-the'n'ork'of an. itacetndiary, the shedl
and staircase being set fire to simultane
ously. Mr. Puakninwas unable to return
up stairs; but Mrs. P. havieg wnked up
the family, consisting of herself, four
dhildren, two clerks, a femnale attendatt
and the girl who was burnt, they proceedea
to the front window, w here-Mrs. Panditin
having first let down her ctiildrenl, descen
ded herself. and was followed by the clerkt
t and attendant. The girl; who had one 01
il the children in .her arms, hantdeliin to het
ar mistress, arid returned back it was su11po
r sed to get something shte had left, but was
v- never agatn seen
th The house and- premises were itnsured
id in the Charleston Trust Compauy for 6,
-500, and tbe Stock,. which could n'ot be
e-wor-th - less than $15,000. is insured fot
..olnn00..ansnNwse: 13th in*.
From the Char. Evening News.
From'Euope.-The Br. barqu ert
shire, Capt. Johnson, arriyed at this port
last evening, has brought the Glasgow Ad
vertiser of the 5th. inst. We subjoin the
following from that Journal :
Glasgow, Dec. 4.--Cotton-Our Cotton
market in the early part of this week was
exceedingly dull, and prices had rather a
downwsrd tendency ; on Wedncsda'y af
ternoon, however, we were put in pos
session of the Britannia's letters, bringing
decreased instead of increased. estimates
of the growing crop (1.900,000 bales being
now the average estimate,) -ihich has
caused a very extensive bysi.,ess to be
transacted, both on speculation and for
spinners' account, at an advance of an
id tojd per lb., on Surat and American
. Masonic.-We .understand that the
Grand Master of Freemasous of. South
Carolina, has just granted 'a dispensation
to some if the officers of 'the Palmetto
Regiment of Volunteers, to hold a tray
clling lodge in that regiment, during its
time of service in Mexico.the great num
her of Freemasons in the, regiment ma
king such a measure highly convenient to
these patriotic breth'reb of the 'nystic lye.'
Lodges of this kind are, we are informed
by no means unusual in the Masonic fam
ly. Ma'ny regiments in the British and
other European armies are supplied with
them and such was also the case during
the revolutionary war-among the Ameri
can troops. ..lt has also been stated to us
upon the good authority and it tmay inte
rest our Mlasenic readers to Iindw, that one
ofthe lodges working in this -city derives
its existence from a. travelling warrant
Cran'ed to a regiment in the army of the
Duke of Marlborough in Flanders, a cen
'ury and a half ago. Some of the officers
holding the warrant come over to this
country and permanently located the
lod)e- in this city, where it has ever since
Indians in Merico.-The Alpa.hes,
Cainatihes. and o:her savages continue
their inroads ii the States of Durango and
t:hiahuahua, laying waste the ranchos
and haciendas, killing the men, and carry
ing off' the women and children prisoners.
The Mexican editors insist that the sava
ges are led by Atmeiican officers. If there
dre any Americans among them they
must be renegades-fellows who have long
lived amo'ng lhe lndians, and imbibed all
their natural ferocity.
From Santa Fe.-.Lettezs have -been
received at S:.'Louis, (Mo.) from Sanma
Fe, of as late dates as the 15th Nov.
They make no .menioti of tho defeat of
the sixty dracons, which was reported in
the last advices.
A wealthy Mexican citizen, seeing tIhe
eml--arrassmeuts of the Goveru nent's agent
for the want of. money, had gratuitously
proffered to loan Major Walker, paytnas
ter, one -hn'ired thousand dollars, at an
inteidst of ouly thrce per cent a tnouth.
Death of. a Man of 142 'Years.-Late
'papers fromn the Island of Jamaica, an
.nounce'the death, at Spanish Town. ofa
blckmi natined Johtin raivfoj#.Ric
iasqW eeittigtit isii enT Miie~ hunl
"d'r'e fu'tii-Iy two years ; and hlat rilay
be cousidered as. very unusual, he- was in
goodbealth till within about two weeks of
Died in Blatavia, New York, the oldest
cirizeti, James Cochran, aged 83 years.
bell foundet:, a very ingenious tmechanic,
who ittvented cut inails, and clatitmed to
hav dijnda the lirst cefits -enined in Ite U.
Staes.:,e was; horn-int PhiladelpThia,iandl
Franklrofmenm -sied, the' -shop where .he
worked in brass an'd fine rnetals.
(Q*: The friends of M~aj. ABRA 11A M
JUNEIS, anouncehimi as a canididare for the
Legislature, to full the vacancy~ occasioned by
the death oifJamnes S. Pope, Esq
TIlld Mledicine ha~s already piroved itself to
be all that it ha~s bieen recommended, by those
who .have given it a fair test in this counutry,
andl thec deomatnd for it jicreases daily. We
have just heard of an imip.ortant enre. of Astha
ma,. which has been effected by then nse of it in
a nmeighbtorinag town-the case was that of a fe
malec, who hadl for a long time been under the
mcate of as phtysician. but had received no relief,
and her caise was considiered hoipeless. As a
last resort she puarcharsedt g bottle of Dr.Jayne's
l-:xpectorant, whlich caused her to expectorate
freelyi graddially ensed her congh, and rapidly
reat..red her to health. We have nto hiesita
tion tm sayi .g, that this~ preparaitin of Dr.
Jaiyne, for the cure of Coughis, Coelds, Intluenc
zau. Asthma. Conm'ption, &c., is tho most
vauable noudicine ever off'ered to the A merican
public. There is no <inackery about it-fir.
Jayne is oneo of the miost skilfful practisintg phy
sicians in Pennsylvantia, and wherever his ye
riuns p reprtionis htave been thoronghly tested,
lhe is looked upon as a great puiblic benefactor.
-Somerset (Milaine ) JournaL.
R. S. RIOBERT'fS, sole agent, Edgefield
Court louse,-8. C.
january 20 . 3t
ONE ori two stngle Gentlemen of respecta
pbilty, wsishtes to obtain Boardingt mn a pi
yule famity. Please apply at Mr. R. S. Rto
h'erts' DrngAptartinent. -
january 20 It 5
A.NOTE OF' HAND, d.?awn biy Mark
-teiein fao fJln Banks,- or
ty-six dollars. dated' 2nd or 3rd May.1846,,pay
able 25th Deo;mtber, 1846. All persons are
warned agaimst ii ading for said Note, as pav
metit has been stopped.
january 20 3t* - h
T i R ndlersigned takes this opppit-:nit'y
- ~ 6 tendering his thanaks fir the liberal pa
mmniinae lie hia's received. dluig tihe short time
hit has. been~ in E~d.-eiels.l, and wvouhd'respect.
folly solictt acontinuance of the samte.. H~e..
now prepared -to carry on thteabove busi ness
in all its braiiche*: -
Light Bread. Ruskcs, Butter Crackers, Sugar
Crackers,- Water Crackers, Milk~ Biscuits,
Wine Biscuits, Sugar Biscufis. Pound and
Sponge Cake. Washington Cakes, Tsy~lo
Cakes, WeddIng anid Party Cakes, Ginger
Bread, &c. &c.
Fresh CANDIE~Sof all kjjdsnmade to order;
and at the shortest possible notice. --
-..5 P. FIELD'
AT TIIE 01D R. AL CHEAPCAS~H
HE soibsrbe~1 desirous of showing.
.1.the puiblic tIj1'~ wilt setl1chen p- offers
the whole odfi1tis Fell~~g Stock A'L COST,
consisdtng''pfV ueta! tIe-kejjt in a couinry
Sto+re; tieihtfiksit itsileasto miake u !crg Price
'Current; buon-e iays ceome and see; if you
don't buy.CHiIEAt GUOJS ..
jauay2 J - .52 N
4.' 4nd t017-citizens, of. Edgefield
Vihlage, that tltey have agan
entered aatii:*parhtersh' for the -purposee of
catryin^ .ontbbeBL1-TCKE.ING .OtJSIr ESS,
in all.lzs,braniohRi ,,Thep !n 'dt ruiypply the
Market widtWI t BE., MITTTON -and:
PORK. jhiiie state fordv; ; All of which
wi III he stild~on reasonaible terias~ nd Books
stldup qurtCrl.: ... .
C. W GOOR A
January 20 , -t 2t' '52
Ak' PhEW ev t60,d ieApricot, 'Plumb,
Peacht'uin A. 9 e'rece, (or sae;
Mou t tg, Igefiald Diuirict, S. C.
jann'iy2O - ::. It 52
Mary F :Gooat"'j
JartesE Gt 4odivhi ":".; 1_. " ~e
Byv variue'oft; a ,aEit' -this case, T
Waill proeced so r LEdgefiu'ld- Cparrt
lou~e, 0on tl a day ;dr 1tned* ju'
February tie Ii olowritngrro ert.
viz: Slave' rlIlv -m Jni'Sz
and hee zw da'a ajor andl Naati,;.
Silva nai; Idlen i;''rry "aad'
Term, )f sale ea~U.- .
januaryl - ~ 3t "52'
" J ~iOSJ ~CTUS
~T is prop&el i&'. 'blje4lr' J!tlas' pla~e': a
I.j Quarterly'R..ie g~dipied to the wazdts or
Batists in'this SO4 4 .~tales:' ' Of-the' iii,
aprianc~e of.sn~li a,. i'lWtke. 'ws presume
there cat' be .ti'd3 . titherto, we, have'
been coaucuoig u o the :north fhia, large
exceaimol'ttfy wspapera, ia rcciy iuy
piblcatini iave been saiec'h 'Southern
intellecttaal'udvanceni s L t6e~, 'The dl'"
rection o of~n~u4 tbjeof~ra~.
portance and o~hf te tto us h'4 been
commuted to-dthiei, ';, 2D tAhstale lanls;
and pnblt.atiousa ltialo ni iit izd:a .
our clwrohes ctttu 4d tet:de-u
or intatitu trans; and' pj iiJ'al4,mctf~,icrsi
chracter_; It is tauejt w hbotifd":bihk~ and
write foi uslt s
't he Rervie a1 rtclo i. o
tansict rubJ e s e rL t~a - 1litersi~c.
and relig iousa 'eill:: ~r
tug and vnluja ' , jv Lb JibheL
rI-one, fl extrh-ate'h :.[ndpxr a teiiod~cal;
Library,-or the dienoimrniatwnal pae juublishied
in tliu State' iii wliIlh theaffy reste it will. be
pt at $2.50 th j iear. 1. :.
Four. will 'unkl art-dctavo-volume of 600
l hin Review ni~i hbe pttblisled by-Bev. Jo.
' B"virtue of sundry writs'6f'Fi4 Fb
cias-to me direied,I will proe"o sell,
at Edgefleld Court -House.- on he first
Monday and Tuesday in Februal'y netr,
the follo 4ing property, viz
Two Horses, one Wagon-and Harness.
levied on as the property of Hilery (orip.
er ads. H. R. Spann.
Out negro boy crack, levied- on as the
property of Elizabeth Culberson ads H.
Two slayes.named Jef and Isaac, levied
on's the property of Milledge Galphin
ads Charles Hall, and ptbera.severally.
Eight-slaves,- viz: Dan, Lydfa, Amer,
Elizn, Brit, Edmund, -Sukey. andJudy.
levied on as tife- property of.Hczekiatr
larrise ads A.-Bland, Bland & Butler,
and others, severally.. -. -
Ten slaves. vizt Peter, Sob, Lark;Bill,
Dave, Tom, .Charles; Sina, Beck, and
Martin, levied; on as ithe prpperty of- A.
G. Leeke ads Jacob -Ducket, and others,
Two slaves George and Silva,-leviedxn
as the prnperty,of.Stephen P. Oliverids
Nancy O liver, and others,-severally.
'Terms osale citsh.
H. BOULWARE, s. t. De
'january 16 3t .52
NEW & ATTRNCTIVE GOODS AT
- Roberts' Cash Store.
EST FLOUR at $5 25 per birtel,
B Buck whett Flonr, 2Olbs. for I 00.
Currnnts; Raisins, Dates, Brazil Nuta, and
Leunne, - -
Wagon 'Boxes, Socket Shovels and Spades,
Horse Chains and Webb Halters, Steel Breast
Powder Flaski.. Bird and Shot Bags, kifid.
wipers.'Gun screws, Flints and Flint
Lcks, Percnssion Caps, &c.,
Tin:iind ipod Sugar Boxes. Slop'Bickets,.
Qafing'Diuhes, Ladies' Garden Hoes, -
rbdms, whisks. hearth, cloth,-cruub, hair and
bsPailsiBigins, and Cedar Ware,
hopping atld Mlincing .Kiives.
Shot. Gnus, Axes, .utchets, Saws, Cutting
,Knives, Kifi DaikVt oR Culla r . vith
a large assortient'f - ardvare acid Cut.
:Tobtrceui ind Segatsjfirst itthemrrket.
Trunks, Valises. api arpet Bags,
Ladies' white and blac Kd-Slippers.
Ladies' India rubler .versboes,
Ladies' light and dariat is.and half Gaiters,.
Gentlemen's dalf sesi id pegged.Bouts,
Gentlenien's*iijer'i rBuits and Shoes,
-r" 'heaveltOvercoats, $12,
Negro Boots and'Broganist . -.
Childlren's.;Boots, Shoes, ,:aitera a'nd half
Boit ets, b6pneLbiards, whalekone, silk Cord,;
Mlillinery articles, Diy Goods, DoinestAl
Drugs, &c.,'with a large stock o. Cletni,
-Cud' Fish, )fackarel Il-ish Potgtoes Herrin
Sarkn*; Lobsters, Sardines,2&. 1
Candi-s.- Sdlar -Phistbs, preaerved G e
Olive Oil and Curdials.
Milladeirs Pdort, andAwegtMalag aWines,.
Hats, Ft Caps and Bonnets th a-l
.se %xrimtnen t(fCocfery Gl ssW -J
Groceries, &2 &c --
Atofwnhirlure:reelaa: reela:ylow rices.,.
rack cheap; ini ogr tla~iasho'd Iilet
wonid settle up at tlie-end: otheA yli- 2Nhw
as nia'ny have iielectediiet I tdlde.ilais'tthod:
to warn them alIthat will.' ot settle. itbhrie
by.the;first of Pliruary next. tL.t they niust,
settle with one of the law imthorities. -
- M. .LGEARTV,.
1 9 H EliBY GIVEN: that the Tin Faeory~
..thip place, belong-a to me exclusivel;
an~Iitint it will tie donducted in the-followmg
mannier. viz.-AIl sales of Ware. the retail pra
ces. will be for ensth. The wholesales. (whidh
ini no case will be masds fur less thani $20,)
will be offered on reaisonable terms. AIll.repair
ing. Rooting. Giuttering, and other JohnWork,
ia to lbe paid for. whena'fiuiished.
Thie WVrk of thi4 Fatosd, is in every cause
wamrranted to be :nade good.
II. it. SPA NN.
janun ry in. It 51
L L nerson: 'htar inehted to the esi ate
a of James .hay n.ird. Esqr., dtec'dl..ree
quested to miepay-nent. ani' those ha~ving,
demrandsl atainst saidestate, to render them.
inrperly attesteid. --
J. M. MAYN.ARD, Executor.
january 13- .-St 51
Worna in Children '
Of all diseases to which children ate expo
sed, nonen areso fatal to them aswarms. Un
rortunately, childrer'-.are -seldorm free from
them, and as they urnithfe -the sy mptems of all
miost every ot "er jf.omplaint, they ollen pro
d ice alarinigeffectsr without beintg suspect-,
ed. WVorms arenot -only it use or- disease
themsetyves. but by their irritation aggrainate all
other di:<eases, wanidering from one part of theb
tiedy to the othier, windirig themnselves up into
large halls,' and nbstructing.the boweis and fre-'
gnentle the throat, causimg convulsions, and
too offen death. -The- desired remedy will 'be
found in Dr. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge.-yhichi
will-iery soon destroy the worms, -and mnyigo
rate tige poapers of digestion, so as to prevont
a return of them.
- Consumption. Coug'h. Spiuting Bloo4,.kc. --
To Cotsumptives :h our-fif ths of you are really.
snfrering- fr..m neglected aepids, or an' obatruce
tion'ani Consequtent inflammation -df' the-del
cate lining of those inbes thro' 'which rtfe air
. we breathe is distributed to every )art -of the
lungs. This obstzuctioa; produc'es ;paiin and.
soreness, honrpeness, cough, dilficulty; of brea-'
thing, hectic fever, and a spitting -of blood,
matter, or phlegm, which finally exhausti the
strength or-the patient, and.dleath ensues.
Jayne's Expectorant neiiarliails to ,remove thi5
obstruction,- and prodnces the most pleasing
and happy resuik. Ity is certain in its off'ee~ts,
and caunot fail to relieve.
R..S..ROBERLTS.sole Agent, at Edgeflel
C. II., Sonthm Carolina.
janriary 13 St, 51
.Notice to Guardians, &c;'
.N UARDIANS, Trustees and Receivers
ai-e.liereby notified to make their aimual
raturns before me,, on or. before the tenith day.
of February next.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E.LE.
Commissioner's Offce.'jan. 6. '50 4t
? L tos -Notice. .
LItoewho wiesrto eottiue the credit1
.Lystem with me, ca'n 661j do so, by pays.
ing up promptly at the end of the year. The
monfl1 of January is thqglong'est time ilitl *il.
extend to any one. -Thdhe whociiniforedily
wth these-terins, will -be required -t -pay ashb
down hereafter.' - J. D. TIBBETTkS.
.,au,...- 'm Iet - - 4 50
- -:.atPublic, Auction, ca, the fiiuu.)2aon.
day. In Februarv nett,:' -t 1
19Prime vougNe :l4
11w-mnost'of thei tie size' of PLOUG I RikYS
Terms-Credit .iintilj'ta& 24th De her;
neat, vith' intrest -from' day of szile , I~iT~a ,.
senr to give Notes payable at ha' Bank no pam-'
burg, S. C.;.wu ihtwo approved Pr ddrs."i" t
Vaucluse, lt6 January, 1847, - -0
f Iili-offar for sale on Friday the 2241ist.. r;
U. at Edgefield Couat, Ihoise,
art of the estate of Robiert Gardaer~ dcd
aa credit tiutil the jil day of October ielt;
allies with aajproved jurhica swill erqud
f the purchasiet- .:;. -: .
=-WMI. GA-RDNER' Ad'rnti A
Wi the i~ll-annexed-of Robert-Gardner .
jnnary-13,. 2t 51 f
A 112 Persona inareb'd to ie estate of Mrs
I~Uaat Cloud, ids:c' are rIqaeto
dome forward? U ad' seule, .and. thew savn "',,. "'
ahtnaaiVgaiit soilJ estate to- present tet
Founts properly. attested. - 4'
,.atr }.JOHN CLOUD, E:r
HE une~iudrespjctfuhtj~i no once:
A..o t~eirfrieua ad'ti yl i~ .
c al they have f"orwatj1 a co-partnership,.
he name of . ""s - '
frorha puarpose of iraasacs ij a " ri
ti newc, and will ke ep'o onu
meialy occupied. by S. F. Ooftia,
assortment of': " ' 3 ? -. ;,,
kFancy and Stapefry -~
Hardwa re, Crao kery,Gr~ ies~S~ddeet~ dt?'
r.odating termns ai( ,I pe by stric zlao~j }
iona to bui ttfelhbrlshare f bb
Janar lt.84: : ;.d." ,-',:
The,'Subsc~tier. taske=tftio p poif...' '
rPeturninie hii thanks t~haieru~.'trd e~a
Louer,ir iaraner rai s:fb tbsct oit. s
newV firm of Goons S8uCLltu~oatru
of thirpar n .
Janutary t&. DOJ.)
YOUTN . D S1 lkk[, t N^ A' DA
IF * HIS Schiool wilbe opeied this'mioifj n '"
- January 4th. The set vis on-Mj.r i~elteo-'ihep'f' av'~ee et
lbr the -Englhh .epartaze)t,togethe. ti "? :t"
-rnc MisP erringtesin si o y
han figlct ehliracterd for finesinthis,wg
Iris to be regreated= thit anwpesj
een ttnade, ,hagilu clo JFbw :a
nlan chiaracter. I*refore tatb y t'
t ~f dtsvowin ityp ~a
el't i one-o r of tfipf 4u ''
a+lees nstbe i+i ' ti Q . .0g:'.- ' 5 7
*Maacon-the (3maar. ' -
Drwn.ad 8 0ABoard, tnclqding;W asiriied'