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4 M r~sdr ince r ou _at a he v rain
a ths . th Regin ofnary, which was
reilhr by the President. Gen. B. i
? ",L " wnai'Sin ae ou as a hly riin
,~ r a-waipll dthcor goodhe servc,
Iond latioon is Reganin raily nw
b MtAajoy Gergg of tha placehasreceived
~'a Cepted he appointment of teajor Coontel
=sn=if le~Rgient of Infantry , inthhUid Stas
re.mntapPoisdent. oen ac.ae to
uade from our State as a miglay p oisrin
oire, CnoutGegg, has anpreayien
n abdweildr, illdo ohde." tr ooerie
' ,-Beofrem'sefeica.-We gie uplac con
sideyblMaxy poren of urt paeha torneicee
froi cedtheapitet of MaaijAeoco The bte
' ip'afeeimetoIantr fi-ce ncouteed Sands
trie nt2,00 intexns, isr perhapste te
-ve1ntioiou~asfne whicul haoyt hebeenfog.
madfomue taxt1000 The kiiarile on
outrie, motuntedg ha3s0 and4lre wouen
dodM~elargdene. umben of otefficekiledt
v-idraouned. poln of the wuaere o teeste
131faoi lleset ofr onryxc. This-he baourtho
nia~ ;i hihi Gera Taylor. as h benan
l a es thean t000 eiaonths Hehas roe
i oi dservig of yth amen f"ough
Itenube Mxian Fromed pnalprobb cI
" lrwoneirnial whic40 rece aried wn
urt e famnei Irel0and is5ost weeppa -
Aftb aony..cony o te wrof strat
- ou b oty. insiciefoutn
. '+attlJfcinorm Ton h s beet. eard
a ed'ieSihanted oatht a hehaspy rai
- ;tnd a d ae m spell o nsater c-h
1 as e rytpe f.ran om paerince.iv
- iag Genuer-dal et th 5thvh ac
ragt, he fainienn olnd ie at Caoled
n oeiue ant oA [nanerh which asom
e bhtsn by t esidnt Gen.. is,
' t eity, iid th i he ast bie
tiiri'vnd . ,olhgly proeemis
ddeioubtls, ifn theeveortnum
wih the counltoy goof ethev e
Bonhe amexica poute frowhi' paceiloni
the:'4ayitl; arssed jonhi CooeiWren act-e
ng h en:G Caofinia statcsil that
1 Chns nma issierg we thte in- trecitve
' iiidc'tdrpsi th ato itment o on-th
an airofpo litry theUie Statse
nie atr~teinfacion oul- .u aebe
maefo oEzhitite. Asw emiliar oicei
serveresen.a Grg ausalEadyiio given
aDhked evenc Hoe bein a Fergon, eRficient
rgb.v4.: d~rfored acnldeaier.r" t o
tqes;-clfrihAmican,&c.,iv upon four
blseieraalei orthoubrlaper To saytllie
~Joreeatofwa jsien M exi ha te o fal
~ ~i~tiiVpotn itwich intuent, Talor.ough we
'~raScotly pnafrcticuntpefred and
td n erl 20ica0 Minsmerhap Bthen
~ naost~glt.Ramns'e we perceisedet befoght.
h t t~e~umer.wa fmuchan kuild in the probebiat
eastihe ameunted to get, itd 450 wer wthem
4d.&argenuer 'of oadies wedsgenlede
eserwone Mny oetfie theiwre dmration by
SdiiesisT ur. onr. hisrse i the cos-t
4G~ul~ iiae genera apearaneeu pen
iilearhanter moet. We thoughtrthat
:3isetvl des.en orth e mal
uondieta adrsso haer oprceied
eerightthe fei shoulad ti ot aopso.
Da~Mnel OCoie.t'onelro, tearvatog
tatoroapdl oinkbin Thepyician have. i
- ~aidiisean stated that oneeofmthesRepal
11"~lato xie .m ibrnil on theside5the o
* hot tim siei,xhinubscriptio astheln
Telera in e orendent.
000:.an was inreating
~ma~qhingth'ier nite Stt-T he w ig
~ StanndlSats beenaoe,
~ thstrice expired on heieth
~ have~ n bereectdar
S natcher ont Vea onnm
W ~~tio fr aa S~inera ae bs.. taenin
~f~tihemaptikjudiesed P olne Wrren, act
To the Editor of the Adccrtiser
It has been a matter ofsurprise why unfriend
ly feelings should have been manifested to
wards some of the officers of the Palmetto re
fiment. Having left the State under its author.
ity, one would have supposed that the regiment
and its officers would have gonu abroad with
the blessings and sympathies of the entire
State. From some cause it has not been so.
The editor of the Hamburg Republican niay
speak for himself, or he may be the organ of
an undeveloped state of feeling. In his last
editorial,'he has evinced an honorable struggle
with his feelings, to do justice and. reRair
wrong.-But in- the maine, his insinuations
amount to an " Echo," of his former charges
calculated to effect both the public and private
reputation of some of the officers.. -I will not
enfeeble the refutation contained in the letter
of Salada, what he has said,-being true,requmres
The charges conveyed by implication is,
that the $20,000 apprapriated by the Legisla
ture has not been expended to effect the ends
contemplated, one of which was, to purchase
Uniforms for the Regiment. Now it is well
known that the uniforms had been prehased,
and that they were sent from New York to
Charleston. The fact that the vessel in which
they were consigned, was lost, is equally nto.
rious;.some of the cargo in this vessel was nav
ed, and it is now understood, that the uniforms
for the troops were saved, but that they did not
arrive in time to reach Charleston before the
regiment left the State for Mexico. The con
sequences of this delay arising from storm and
tempest, to be regarded as the act of God,
should not implicate the officers, or any of
there, in responsibility.
It is perhaps,a greatersource ofregret to them
than all others, that the uniforms did not arrive
in timne,to fulfil theirs,and the expectation of the
State. It is calculated to mortify the pride of
us all-but, true dignity has a self sustaining
power, and whether in blankets or splendid
uniforms, the soldier of South Carolina, has
the heart to meet and encounter danger; in the
end, they will suffer nothicg by their tempota
ry privations; by tiis time the uniforms may
have reached the regiment at Vera Cruz.. as
they have'been sent on and received by Mr.
Burnley, their agent: at New Orleans. under
consignment of Col. Butler, the commander
of our regimu~nt. So much for the unitorms
Money was appropriated to buy them-they
were bought-the vessel in which they were
shipped wrecked, the uniforms therefore de
tained, but have been since then sent on to
There is another imputation, both upon Col.
Butler, and Lieut. Col. Dickinson, that is, that
they were not only indifferent to the comfort
of the men, whilst in Char'eston, but that they
did not sleep in their tents with them, whilst In
the neighborhood of Hamburg In justice to
Col. Dickinson, let it be said, that lie has incur
red liabilities In Charleston,in the purchase or
blakets, &c., far beyond the warrant of his
official authority, and did so from a desire -to
accommodate the personal wants ol the soldiers,
and under such circunaistancea, as required that
funds should have'been put at his disposal by
the Executive of tie State; let it not be under
stood, that- blame is imputed to any one, for the
service was then in a transition state; it was in
the formation of a regumnt;..and duning the
same time Col. B. had many 'ad pressing de
mands;that claimed his attenti#i. ioth pubhic:
aL . private.. He had' nei beroficeior author
ity, but inaghave had thiecobfidetdaticipation
if his suliseqientpjuition Frani theinie'he
isiiied rie coimimnd he:ased effcienkmeaufs
to havo thereginfent transported from ;jarest
teinao amurg:' _ n; -.".ognaton r.
oii i' 0,
.rcupg a awl:o ei'ny re n.
asvell biit this much is.certaun,
and the requisitioniif the FederalGoverimebt
i~ere co piiid witti, and that-1do-i~~ ance uf
Im'y othir ~tte.iinilarly: called uponcdihis
isa pi-acdid tesit, amid nma~y meritilie censure
of thieoriaical soldiers I :Thef. looker--on can.
sometimes see more than the Gaunester,',' or in
a moie homely phrase, "it iseasy ror by-stanmd.
ers to make observations." When Col. B. was
nlled on to perforum those dutties, he 'lmbored
under the disti essinag disadvantages of ill health,
and physically, he was not able to perf~ri the
duties which some of thie occasion required.
Yet it is said, by way of reproach, that he act
ed an unsoldierly part, because lie did not sleep
upon the ground duriing all the time, but that
ie accommiodated~iimself by lodging in the
neighboing town of Hamburg, and that too at
a time, whien he was about parting from his
faily, the tfact is, he did remain im thme camp.
until his family anived in Hamburg. The
zeal of some wvould go so far, not only reqignr
ing that he should make sacrifices, but, that he
should become a rictima, before there was an
adeq'ate occaisioin reqinring it. Upon fir and
full investigation, it wi he found that Colonel
Butler, iiid Lieut. Col. Dickinson, were oblig-.
edto conform~ to circumstances, and had no
control over the matters so severely and blindly
censured hy the editmor of the Republican.
Wt:h regard to Col. B's. comparative menits
wvith others, the editor of the Republican lies
an iuquestionablo right to his opinion, and let
him eiijoy it in the luxury of an anature, but,
one thiing may be said, and said in sincerity,
that if any other individual had been selected to
commend the regiment, (and many were wor
thy of ii,) and those mentioned by the editor as
much so as any others, both Col. Butler amid
his friendm would have sustained him; would
have rejoiced in is success; and at least
would have made rco iinvalious comparisons, to
depress and discourage himn, wvhilst engaged ii
the hiazaidous service abroad ; time last tinme to
be selected, to depress a man is whilst lie is ab
ent, and the most unpropitionsl circumstances
to make comparisons, is when there is no op
portunity for trial, and when all should unitein
common wishes for the success of a common
representative, let us all, in thme spirit or patriot
si, in the feelings manifested by Gen. Tay
lor, on the battle field of Buena Vista, towards
the Kentucky regiment,.the regiment of his
own native State, concur in wishing a glorious
career for the Palmettoregiment-the common
property of South Carolina-may the blessings
of Heaven attend them. VINDEX.
Through the politeness of a gentleman
of this village, we have been put in posses
sion of the New Orleans Picayune Extra,
of the 30th uit. from whbich we extract the
following items of intelligence from the
Army near Vera Cruz. '
During the night, between the I2th arid
13th, a reinforcement of 800 Mexicans en
tered the town by the beech, north of Gen.
Twiggs's position, the investment not be
ing then quite complete.
The wound of Lieut. Col.' Dickerson, of
the Palmetto Regiment, is doing well.
No other~ than have before been mentioned
havebeeikilled or wounded.
ommunications have passed between
the #Frenind Spanish consuls in Vera
Cruz and .Gen Scott. They demand
protection, &c. which will be granted as
*far a possible.
The,vesselm which bhad Col. Harney'u
cmmandk on, board' wept ashore. on B~lan
uilashoal..The Ataiama went. to hei
assistace5 It ~is known thjat upwards el
onhmodt#dimen. aa 5bens aken onto
foet: -atrh *4 4
Editorial Correspondencecof the Picayune.
Casmp Ntaa Vala Cauz,'
March'13 A fternoon. is
Two or three persons,. supposed t be
spies, have been captured. One 'o diem
pretends to be a Freucbmaaat and is very
anxious to be released, as he says his wife
is about to be .confined. Another favors
one of Qu - Vici 'a's gracious subjects,
althougb h retends not to understand 'a
.;word of our vernacular. In addition a
well-dressed female has been 'captuli,
who. has been caught outside the works
under suspicious circumstances. ' AMexr
iean has also been captured, who says he
is agarduer1 yet hd was detected last night
showing lights near'Gen. Paitersou's lines
and as is supposed to direct the fire othe
enemy. He will not go back to Vera
Cruz in a hurry.
Reconnoitering parties are going out
this evening towards the town, and a smart
skirmishing is anticipated. You shall h'ive
a full account of all that occurs. iTh're
are rumors in camp-only camp rutnots,
mind you-to the effect that onaccount'of
the non-arrival of the ordnance vessels tan
assault upon the city is to be anticipated.,
March 14. Afternoon.
At this time, ;half-past 3 o'clock, they'
are throwing 13-inch shells from the castle
of San Juan de IJlloa, and one of ithem
has just bursted a short distance from
where 1 am writing, yt without doing
any harm. I wish you could bear one of'
these huge projectiles in the air as theyr
are coming, and see the scattering th'ey
make.. The roar they make may be com
pared to that of a tornado, and eveiy rmnte
within a quarter of a mile of the spot
where they strike thinks they are about to
full on his i.adividual head. The couse
qauence is, that there is a general scampe
ring to and fro. -I mean when'the men
are lying idly about camp-and so decep
tive is the sound that one is just as apt fir
run directly towards as from them. It
takes two men to pack the shell itielf.'
yet I intend sending one bfthem to' Neaw
Orleans if possible as a sample.
A large number of vessels have come id
within the last t'wenty-four hours, some of'
then- doubtless laden with ordnance aid'
ordance stores. So soon- as the norther
blows over they will be landed-and placed
in position, and then we shall' be able tar
talk back at the Mexicans- So fir, they
have had the argument entirely on- teir'
own side, if I may except the skirmishing
vith light arms, of which there has- been
far from inconsiderable.'
March 15, Morning.:
There is a prospect of some litle 1close
fighting to-day, as otr outposts are to be
thrown tu nearer the cityvalfs, imetal
our riflemen and sharpshooters are. al
ready in motion, and if the Mea ica ill'
allow- them to, cme near enoul ,*
will render a good account of thenalvee
.The o ha ease=t noWy
9 o'clock, A et commuu tln -witti
thi vessel s ats.u llc a lti'o i )ac t
ah .hea y Bu na'4ht twe i9.
repqrat that t~ti &,v~pIpusri0,t C le
intryg oire a wn , e
ord, any assistance, e- repoI pot
opCorrespondent of pGreenvillc foaitainset.
,Aqua. NEa VA, (Mexico) Feb. 7.
Out preseni enacamnpmoet is celeliratea
as being.the plicee where,thie Mmer priso
nrs* wore decimated ; it is also siidl this is~
the las't water there is for' fo'rid niifes on
the road to San Luis, and if Santa' Anna
comes this way we' will give him a warm
reCeption, so as to sharpen the -ap'petite of
himself and Army for water.~ This is a
beatiful encampment,, surrounded' by the
mountains, and the plain is so level that.
you can see for miles around you. We
have to haul wood, which is pine, about
ena or twelve miles. The road from
3ionerey to Saltillo is the best rock road,
andJ the best natural mountain road I have
ever travelled; the ascent from the time
you leave Monterey is so gradu'al that it is
barely perceptible until you come withian
a mile of tho pass, and also the highest
point ; andl even at the pass it is not very
steep. You travel the whole distance to.
the pass, abotut 30 miles, with the moun
tains on either side from "a half 'to I've
miles from you. On the left of the road
the mountains are the. most, abrupt and
precipitous I ever' beheld in my life, while
oan the right hand side, if I ay be allowed
the expression, the tmountains appear very
much the samae. After getting through
the pass, the mountains appear less abrupt
nod, precipitous, and gradully recede from
the road, which runs the whole distance
to Seltillo (30 mailes) on a high, level plaina
no tiumber or any kind growing up on it;
and you can see Sal:illo distinctly ten
tiles before you reach it, This is but a
feeble atteinpt at describing the moost ro
tmantic picturesqiue country [ ever saw'.
Sahillo is not so large as Monterey, and
has some very line houses, although the.
most of the town is of sun-dried bricks.
The Church is the finest I have seen in
Mexico ; the front of the building is not
yet finished; but sir, the interior of the
Church exceeds any thing 'in Eplendo~r and
magnificence I ever beheld.. I was par
tiularly struck with a full length portrait
of the Virgin Mary, bedecked in sitter,
gold and jewels ; and on the opposite side,
our Saviour, nailed to the cross between
t wo thieves. I hope some day to get hoane
and 1 can then give yotu a verbal descrip
tion of whbat I can but imperfectly portray
on paper. The -distance from here to
Saltillo is twenty miles.
Our Regiment has marched between 5
and 600 miles since the 14th of Dec., and
no fight yet. The health of our troops it
From the Charleston MerCury.
Refuta tion.-The Philadelphia North
American publishes a letter from a Wash.
ngton Correspondent,' which, "hile'pro.
fessing to he a vindication of-Mr. Calhon
is a tissue of wanton' and"'calunibion
aspersion of sonie of hiis wa:ntapirost
devoted friends. 'The 'writer sa:;o
'" have said there navei ayes any cor
diaity, between Mr. Calhhdun'sriends'add
'the 'Admiuistration Tidynow. 'thrc
wasnone, a 'the Bulmteb~ovetien
South Carbt a puisfiulisnpoittiil
againes the aicked 'ury sytuf*yisi
after ib aja' ieatraelons had Beeri
harmg the action of aman of
t, portd'nt enough Ro
el at I ifridiirviion df
-hey; sih6 ieeiIstice'
ad the m.fo -cOmnaission bit-bat
'thel " 'inselues4 '-They
'ii d a'p'"eai''a h fey:did;
This gj5'et Ftw6%eek' in
WashIp - - si 60'the meeting of
I taldd those r who were
familiar' r ewedtpirpde, as
l'oiaive writien an
imp o ibeylibseset histo
brdiv firds ruleto kill
rtof . , e isf'~a a tleil in tlise api
a 6f . b'orCrolina, was
tplis thiati had long
and'Pt dileybad noeanction or
itisi d ~ for lfm; yet their implied- t
reitiii.late ch bto give theeCon-, a
vef6i:u Tfiis hear'y conc'urrece
'id e 0 4...% r. ' 1 as-a false game, to
tifi 16 YIselves under "doter of
Mr: rshadowing influence.,
Ttiejl. tieb'dbyit while he =has
bef sfferTheir relatives and
the: f ?v6& beet 'provided for in
very dep fenatof 'the public service, t
whie hi,' ds have been proscribed. I
Tlwfi t, es'wvorthy of remark and
j-e'R efa' but the other day 'that
C'l E1 cdveai-ge contiact from t
the GOI ~tfor him :iron works in ti
betftd 'They have -both lost the c
offie i'dteem of Mr. Calhoun.
Wiaid teral -appearance may
'=Ti r tability of the journal which .
bemse the medium , of publicity- ?
foiih !ds alone induces us to
Itiack i flhe purpose of con radic
iotsere 'eddelegatas at the-Balti- a
'idre C orf. They were originally (
d edocratic -State Con- q
iiliii PG'oldibiai'n Mlay, 1843,
is' le taretsr'eseat -the- State at
Iarge- ebiial Convention to be.
held at ofeit'tfroin ha-manner
di6eiilitt - die6ninto-was "constituted, 1
igdvSi in se' Delegates. But
WesMs emfi Pickens went to Bat-: F
tii'i q_-:fulestfand freest consul
atiisa r?'dilhoun and-all. his a
?. . raiitted hoemselves to a
ainb'esi f the Conven- ti
iitl'I dti'' This is fully c
ti'* ' ndihet
oh vetiod, 'riet the :
e tr agidtin,\isojar a
Eora i r and -endsfeery,
:t ematde and:.
t a'xap.fPt 11ibidh? W-9 i a t
awhwrAa R id44O a p 'irgthoa e '
iron r at resemilance c onsists
in this fact ;Nhatizan ofler has beeninade
to supply ,shells .and sainnn ba v
dd,) by iass~ciation or company,- of
whichirgiatorefn..one4 :- ! d
Auemptedasaia~ion, At. 12,o'clock!j
on WednesdairI0ibinsi..Rev. Mr. J.-A. '
Backhouse,&aptisMliiter, furmerly ~
principal of.tbosD)aringt!on Mate.Academy
cated iatathaoBradford, Springis,, and not
finding otheens!.- Mr., -DuaBose -aLt he
dwellngihosgei~Waledt twards the build
ing used: assagemrporary .school. room,
takink:hii -(Fo~o wi him;.on bis way
tiheV, tewas met by ,.Mr. DuBose. and
myelf,-;and Astued- in company, taking
his hotue'ded bis towards the house,.wherea
we fodnM!.r.ii Nettles and.Col. WVm.
Nete. mae.nhautes coniversa- I
tion, M.1 ahleproposed to Col. Nettles
to walk puw4ilhrlaim and look at spmne oif
his dstocb- dsidig Aheir, walk.about the
premises Mr2 DuBose and. Cot. Nettles
Backhouise syitin whier~ .he. had .placed
himself' as4Je.,eakIIonledged, with. the
hope of fipdisgga&oportuniity of effecting
hisa purpose. a..~Backhouse returned
with them'towards tho honse, .walkidg a
few: spaces AJie.liiind, Ju~r befors they
reachet)the boQsW. r. ackhouse stepped
quickly ,betwePun.O!. .Nettles. and . M r.
DuBqaddpcing himsself in front o f
the latur stabbed him wih pocket knife.
e struck tiio...but only -one blow took
efeir 'Lghg*hrusts were swell .aimed for
the besitrbpo$ proyidentially the knife
strc. iE ~r:b and glainced, inflicting
a (:r, n'o't*fiu ftal wound. Mr.
Bh~boys i atntempted to es
enpe~and'hdYfe ubceeded 'but' was
seize ;bWhiTi -Wounted his borse..
Thi inif isin hie ionicted the
o:d dp 'andb Cot. Net
tlsind %t&~3i(C WIla not b& found
trowjfit l~Wiet&uoinig'towards his
hrse I :Yri y Will.' be a - ubject of
di tCa S -trm (
C. -~:Q 3JA X
- Died qa tlp al no~r~ ,yi h District,
4;:- W~ in..derusased,,3was . about three
yari 6l ~Idt-hia8:livedsuffidiently long to eu.
deai b~~iiie parents. But for
~ids t~Pa orisd1hnieves by
,ewoidaid s~ little
-Didfl ih ~dtiri~tou1he 26th ait., Mrs;
.daggagsW, wifrosfMaJNthaniel Wolsey.
The deceased Wasynsttite5pf 1elandgand hid
ailillB2Ad 0~~ ile
From the Philadeiphie Public Ledger.
ANiMPORTANT CURE t DLR, D.
Y1' N : AL nERATIV.E4U!
W7E have been in ir.ned by Mi$. Malni,
C(a grand-daughter of Gen. Wayne)
that she suffered f8-r a number of years from
the growth o a large Goitrous Tumour of the
Throat, which, besides great peformity, pro
duced both a difficulty of degutition, and of
breathing. Indeed, she says, the pressure upon
the windpipe was.sogreat as to prevent her
from sleeping in a recumbent position, and of
ten suffocation appeared inevitable. She also
abored nnddr'severe indisposition from Liver
omplaint and Jaundice, with a- horrible train
,f nervous affections, for which she commen.
:ed the use of Dr. Jayne's Alterative, which
ihe tool regularly forsix or seven weeks, with
acasionul doses of his Sanative Pills: and her
eneral health-was thereby completely re-es
ablbhed, and now' perceiving some diminu
ion in the size of the Goitrous Tumour, she
was encouraged to persevere in the use of the
ltiterative until every vestige of the painful
umonr was entirely removed. We think,
ierefor e, that such., an important remedy
hould be. more generally known.
R.. S. ROBERTS. sole, Agent, at Edgdfield
'. H., South .Carolina.
april 12 . 3t 12
HE Subscriber is now receiving a splen
did Stock of NEW GOODS at the
rick Store formerly orccupied by Presley &
rva,' consisting of all kinds of . - -
)RY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, CROCKERY. 3HOES,
o which he invites his friends and the public
call a'nd-exauine for themselves, before pur
losing elsewhere. .
N. B. Goods very low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 6th 1847. tf 12
Volice to Shiugle sMakers.
FHE Graniteville Manufacturing Compa
-ny, wish to purchase a MILLION of
hingles, to be delivered and stacked at
raniteville. Por Shingles 18 inches long 4
ches wide 5 8thick,of prime s off,vell drawn,
oy willgive $3 -25 per thousand; for similar
hingleA 4 inch thick $2 35. If made on the
ompanies land. a fair allowanc3 will be re
ired for the Timber.
Pies. G.M. Co.
april7 3m - 12
Valuable Lands for Sale.
F HE Subscriber now offers for sale the
.-.tract of Land on which he now resides.
ring on, Log Creek, nine miles west of Edge.
ld Court House, containing nine hundred
rd iine acies,of which there is about five hun
reds actes of woiodland. On the premises is
large and comfortable Dwelling House, and
lother-ecessaty'out buildings. The planta
on is in good repair. Those wishing to pur
asse can call aid examiue for themselves.
J. F. BURNS.
april 7 - 3n. 12
- Mou-r'P -a'rM; April- 51847.
H3EUpprer Battalion-of the SeventhReg
jimeantwill appearat the Pine House~
rdtthiefaire i int t
he commissione e - ne
e= d~~e! 't n lo atifdhy efile .ofh st
led fe olo lo d e
is6feebIieaiibalttalidh " -' - -t
I ''!8AF J,~ OSEY. -
Lejut1l Ciui.h et. S. .&.
aprl7,.~~ - 5t '12
4te n Ont ders.
H it*.pperBatallion- will parade at Cdl.
STowlem o Saturday the 17dh ot April
r Drill.and Review. Ollicers will attend the
y befoie l'or Drill and Instruction.
Tihe Lower Battalion at Mount Willing~ on
turday tihe 24th of A pril for Drill and Re
iew. -Officers the Friday before for Drill
Officers will extend this oider to their battal
oni and companmies.
By ordcr of
i1. B. BOUKNIG H T,
.irI~Col. 10th Regt. S. C. St.
LNO'HE~R CASE OF NEURALGIA
CUaREJ av RUwasn's 31AOIC LO-rIO! I!!
Mir. J. T. Rowand.-:.Sir-Several weeks
nc, a daughter of mine abodt nine years
l, was attateked~ with the most excrntiating
aise in liar hands, limbs and vatriomns parts of
he body. For several days shie was almost
rantic from pain, dittering cries and shrieks
uuinnally ! A hnrning fever coming on, it
emd alniost im possible that she culd live.
Ven in this condition andl not hmn'ving dlosed
ar eyes for 363 hours a friend of yours called
d applied your celebrated .alAGIC LO
'ION, an din less thtan five minntes the pain
a entirely removed! A few hours after,
ie pans.returned an some measdre, but yiel
led its at first, aliost instantly to the Lotion.
nd contrary to my expectations, my child re'
'ecoveed and is now in good beatlh.
Yours, truly, bIA RY YOUNG.
Uariot's I.ane, below Queen, between Fifth
and Sixth. Philadelphia, March 26, 1846.
Sold wholesale and retail by
,JOSEPH T. ROWLAND,
No. 376 Alarket street. Fhbiladelphia.
For sale by H. S.- ROBERTS, Edgefield
Court House, S. C., *3
apil7 __ t___ 12_
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY!
REPA RATORY :o a visit to the North to
purchase supplies, the subscriber will
omence and continue to sell off at cost, for
one month only, his .
-Newo, Extensi'e, and Splendid Stock of'
Boots and Shoes. Hardware, Hats, Tin Ware,
B~ooks and Stationery, Crockery, Glassware,
Garden Seeds, and Fancy Goods. His
,STOCK OF DRUGS,
the largest in'- this section of the District, and
FtsIIIL Y GR OERIES8,
of' which his supply will be constantly kept up,
will also be sold at uniwsilauy tote prices, but thesa
two last aricles wiut not be sold at cost, though
ver heavy reducltion will be. made in prices
wich wilt be perinanntlg made in Drugs, st
that his Drug deartment will be' cheaper that
in any retail establishinent ini the country. Thu
indeent is great and reaLa Persons wisin4
iapplie will do well to avail themselves of tht
opportunity,'and apply soon,-if they- wishdi
seectin. "At theexpiring of a rnonth, old pr:
ces will inevitably be resumed.,.
R. S. RODERTS.
Thes Stock i gieraladllioirably assorta
jders frpmithe dohntiy,,acdonpaied byf
itaces,A 'pro'itly attendedtpSuue'as
barties werednahe spot.'id h- f3
but ef Leuer#
EMAINING in the Post OfB.e at Edge
R field Court House, on the 31st eft.Jiert -
1847 Person enquiring for Letters wits please
to state if they are advertised.
Burns, W Al. McClelland, Josepfr
Burton; Richard -. McClelland, RobF
Couch, Jessee Martin, George F+
Curry, Mrs Jane Mays, Sampson B"
Cloud, Mr W Moseley, Hugh Mr'
Casson, 3r MyresH 2 Mims, Capt B" T'T
Conore; bliss Adaline Milton; Eli
Cloy, Miss Sarah A E Moragne, W C. .2
Cross, C L H Esq, Mfoseley, Jadies~
Charles, Wm B- Nichersun. Jacksoui
Coatney, M r. John Norval, Thomas W.
Cheatham Juo Esqr. Ogletree,.'r Joka -,
Davis, W M' Pardee, Willis H'
Dagnel, Samuel Piper, HortioN" 5
Dihbey, Wm E Esq. - Phoeni, Miss-ioriah
Denny, Mr John Permenter. Ars Apsell
Erwin, Rev A Permenter,=MrEdward --
Edwards, Col John D -Parks, Amterica -
Edwards, Ilairis Parrott, Mr. George
Funderburk, SamI A Prescot, Daniel .'
Gomillion, Jessee . Pealur, Dr J. . 2
Getzen, Rev Samuel Pres-leyMrs Nancy
W Presslev, Mr Edward
Green, MJno Qattlebtim, Mr
Graves. If rs Mary Quattlebum, Col Jno
Greenleaf. Abram Richersdn, J L I
Goode, alias Susun C Roper. Joel Esq 2
Goode, Miss Martha Roper, Mrs Susan
Hancock, John - . Roberts, George W
Howard, J J 2 Sceltoaj, Mr i 4 -
Hollingsworth, Jno H Smyley, Mrs I,
Hollingsworth Capt Mimyley, Miss Carolina
Harris, Simeon Sprowl. Col James C
Howard, Dr AT Steel, bliss Ann
Howard, Miss Julia F Speers, John-A
Holston, Mr Wade Scott. B R Esq
Hall, . Eniban Esq Wise, Mr W -
Hollister, Mrs Ca'he. WVise, !liss Augusta 2
tine Williams, bliss Mary V
Holcombe, W A 2
Howard, T H- Wigfall, L T 2
Jones, Mr Charles Watson, Messrs-S4 E
Jone, Lewis - White, Miss Sarah
Jones, Gen James Walker, William
Jones, Mr Job W.Iliams, Rev. H. A
Leslie, Mrs - Wardlaw, Hon D L
Leon, Air Henry Ward, Dr C J .
Lamar; Mrs Martha L Zimmerman, George
Lamar, Thomas L 2 a
Miller, Miss Elizabeth 2
M. FRAZIER; P. A.
ap'ril7 3t 1
B ROWN SUGAR;
Loaf do -
Crushed - do
Sugar House MOLASSES,
New Orleans . do
West India .do
COFL'EE, RICE, VINEGA, &e:
For sale loai, for caib, by
'J: A. WILIrA 8a
march 31 - i tfs'0
Executor ; ai k. ,
Y an Order from John Hill, Esq..'Ordi
BnaryoEdgefiekd District; I-'shalr bro' -
eed'tosellat tie late-residencebof eterODutz,
deea'sed, on -Tuesday the 20thid;if of Aprll
it, thofollowing peronltproperty opq ere'
ithr iki the'l& idgce0bp~hne 4i xd "e
fa a'1iyoni uses
rei of -n a toa a te.
prchasergiving note with approved-jecurity
and a mortgage of the premises.
Bzecmtor with th wato1Lnnexed.
m~itch 31 3t- 10
hOTE L 'OlRSALE.
T H E undersignei being desirous of chang
ine his residence, off'ers for sale his house
i the V~lage ofEdgefield, So. Ca, well knowns
as the PLANTER'S HOTEL, with all the
Furniture and other necessary appendages.
Extensive additions have recently been made
to ihe H-louse, and furnished thrtotzghaut,.whicht
makes it one of the most desirable stands for an.
Hotdl, in the up country. Attached to the
ose, are afl the necessary out buildings, ina
luding a Bar Room, -and TIen Pin Alley, to'
gther with fifteen (15) acres of land, in the
highest state of cultivation. The House is
leasantly located on the south side of the Pub'
c Square, eonvenient to the Court House
and the btusinesas part of the village.
To an approved purchaser, th'e terms will be
made t'asy and accommodating. . -
For further particulars enquire on the pram'
ises. . C. H. GOOD.MA N.
march 31 tf 10
The Abbevafle Banfler. Greenville Moun'
taineet, Hambdrg Journal, and Augusta Con'
stitutionalist, will please insert the above foust
times, and forward their accudnts to.
Orders No. 2.
LIMSstONE SiRswos. Mart 15.
H E following Regiments will parade fnV
TReview and Drill at the times herein sid'
td, viz: . -
'The 13th Reginient of iufantry and Upper
Squadron of the 4th Regiment of Cavalry,
(th.Charleston Light Dragons elcepted, at
Walterboro', on Wednesday the 12th of' May I:.~
The 12th Regiment of lufantry. arid the low.
r Squadron of the 4th Regiment of Catairy,. -
near Coosawhatchie, on Saturday, theI~th o
Ma next. *
lie 43d Regiment of lnfaity, at Beau
ford's Bridge,-on -Tuesday the 18 tof May
Tho 11ith -ei n6tofarli'Jr at Ashley's,
onhe 3d Remn oraary, at lolman's,
on Saturday, 22d of n e it -a Oan
Tues y te thof gjf -next.
ha n1th Rgiss I fllaity~, at Wilhiam
'n's, on Friday. he,28th of May tait. -
The~ cominissioned -and non-commissioned
o-ficeswill assemble at their respectiye Reg'
ental Parade (Gobiid5 on the day previoms to
ge'iesW for Dil'and Inst'ruction.
Th6 Major Geg'dral .will, witi be staffat - -
tend the Reviews. andithe comrnding oiliers ~
of Brigades will,-wih their t42 attend in thet
r~ ea pective comusands.~1"
'Gen.Quaitlebim andC.'.r ca~ -.