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S' W tSESDA . APRIL 21, 1817.
iarhasrecentig ;made its
'w;Ch i:atClh paihin tie low
ptation on which it appear
-ale been considerable.
rti eavy riaids have again fallen
S ' rTiha'diOn Thursday evening
ane _iible shnwer, and'afler
Sl autbecane quite coo
er our readers to another letter,
gpet-r rn'aand esteemed correspondent
Svepublish to day. In com.
- h his other letters, which have been
- ?~ead before our readers ,.duubless it will be
alhen-int f ef erest.- We -learn from some
ott e ~is" ealii h we have'seen, that the South
Siii* iiindAlibima Regiments,
fare attacheto Geieral Q.'itmnn's bri
ade;are rdred nimmndiateljafler the sur
' der ofVerCtz. to poceed to Alvarado;
tow of he feapcoast about thirty miles south
SfVPera Cruz. It was supposed that it would
surenderwitlittle opposition.-The Palmet
" :to-Regtment was generally. ugood condition ,
:hough iie iias:hadstaffered much from heat
"; and. f~atge 7iid the weaht orsuficient clothing.
: Danieksler.-This dtinguished man
bfill ubolyi iVjtSou thCarolina. He will
=,na reae Cotau'Ibiseheiers he will be the
; uestso( Jiom'Wt C: PreitonPresident of
the SosiCa slina olle'ge. He has never
ei viited Soutda aroifa.
are tr n.- - V0 copy from the
Charl ozMercury,.an article upon tie in
rseasinpresperity ofzthat city.. We are heart
i rejoiced to hear that the trade of Charleston
- during tbepresent season, has greatly increas
ed.,- Thtmnprtugeand wholesale housos, we
- areiufohi d iavediaeavery beavy business.
oani o ili' 'te sld severalthotisand'dol
>a fare rfoi a d,'Cti certain tiine, to
;cont O tt s, andotiers 'We have no
'on ha'Nfl a rd&that there is
Soont r forother w lbieous
<' atsiniwabope to hear of other establishments
Sduring theanext wister.. Thu-.aprospesity of.
~~Cbarleuin dentifed withteat oftbe State,
dDiequ.I'd asogce gf stisf(og
'I egitisce 6fherotedni dEithoGmn.
,- i"? j'~ n be'iia lI ibie
?r o j h as : theappoint
T ~ *eUIREsqi , ff'eteni thie following
- s)widhle rk secondeifrby 'Jarneu'
-uryffqt naiinif ~ ddhe :n ar
~4est u ~in d4$ etheldeath f or drpro
onJra, ,4 thait in
det nm te voaiin jriai, blameless
ialrbh sg sna; aznan distinguishr
~a-~ throughout life byhis incorretptible probity,
?by d fdelity of hiiattachnients,
>byhis tynwmknssand independence,.and.
by4 ,stei disdai eievery thing that sa
vireisioserity'or arti~ee; a an Whose
stsihijdoihilLaibiniiate character, secured
t.2o bhingensisitilhi aposition is: has profession,.
anad up career thron~h life and whose
nuoble'i itieb irdi'Fnivetsal sconfldence
-,Ta ntokein'of our sincere
- eset "tFJe 5~. f the .deceased, we
IAiD npopneeft artp, the usual badge of
nOE1j fltispace of thirty. days.
oIpathymwyitphis bereaved family, in
fiicopfo-'ithese resolutionus be
Go F.9Aidlaw Es., it wits
reseT ~ roeidsngor this meeting
~ ~ept~ize ,n f ld i vertiser,
F~g fied::a~g6thApril 1847.
P ~~li ' pyioriwhih in a pre
* on'uig Buat do
izaebe~oacc :Pies md.in Edgefield Dis.
trice.ye saw lately at the store
othq y p,.sin this place. a I.sket ful
ef b'emitul ujayn1ipea manufactured in our
-Distruet1Notene oftthese pipe.was precisely
1,lleksether, bzcall- bear aconuiderable re
-sembcidglionise llainly'that they,were of
besail*@Taliifff On every''dn of them, was
cnt r' wThviiiG Ts *tilovers of the glo
s w ecm~n the per.
e fteepps and we wvili
olksgw. We are always
est ~ocZ aufactures, and we
wou .leseda .to see these pipes brought
diP~Veate Coaemiin Georgs.-We learn
thei Augusta Constituti6nalist, that the
sCwa f Volunteers, for the United States
- J~whiucl Capt. John P. Campbell, had
tng n ugsta-, is now complete.
4~tr "bJ~ ~ (86) rank and file., Cap
~ '~' I teewedorders fronm Colonol
2f~ ~ ~mand the regiment of
a e menitaoned company will fonn'
d~ immediately to New Or
jowhieb P. Ad ones has
r -~-~em t~fd Cpta a been raised in thme
duntieal ser en tilc Jefrersan. This com
pany bas: sent. onati anpplicatiln tobe taken
:nto the service. ,
jllumination in honor of te Viorg at rVar
Cru.-The. City of Augusta. .Georgia: wart
magnificently illuminated, and a grand display
was made upon the receipt of the .captureso'
Vera Cruz. Charleston, and Columbia, South
Carolina, celebrated the victory with appropri
ate honors. The Students'ofthe South Caro
lina College, got'ip one:of the most' beautiful
spectacles on' the occasion. At 10 o'clock at
night, they firmed a procession two and two,
each man carrying a blazing flambeau, and
thus they marched through the streets in silence,
until at regular points or intervals, when the
command wab given, and they sent up a shout
for Scott, Taylor, &c., with, admirable effect.
The lights were between one and two hundred
in number, and were very beautiful. The
main street of Columbia was brilliantly illumi
nated, rockets were thrown up, bonfires were
kindled, and the cannon of the Arsenal poured
forth salutes. A general joy pervaded all
Rise of New Foundlan-.-The New Found.
land Times, states, that tlhe whole of the land
about the neighborhaod of Conception Bay,
very probably the whole island, is rising ont of
the ocean, at a rate, which at no distant day,
will render useless, or greatly injure, many of
the best harbors. Observation proves the rapid
displacement of the sea bed.
From our Cor:siontdenLt
BACK OF VEaA CRUz, 29th March, 1847.
Ar. Editor.-The siege of Vera .Cruz is. at
last, at an end, and this morning at 10 o'clock,
the garrison of the City and Castle march out,
and lay down their arms. In a few minutes
the banner of the Stars and Stripes, will float'
from the Castle of San Juan De' Ulloa, as well
as from the walls of one of the most strongly
fortified cities in the world.
I must do the Mexicans justice to any, that
with their scanty force, in tmen and supplies,
they have held out remarkably well. The num
ber of troops in tha.City and Castle.have been
variously estimated, at front four to five thou
sand men, with as good a supply of artillery
and ammunition as could have been furnished
to anv city in the world, but I have no doubt
that they were po ysupplied with provisions.
On the 9th ins e anchored off Point Sa
crifcios, with a force of about fourteen thousand
men,-and immediately commenced disembark
ing, preceeded by Gen. Worth's brigade. which
was formed in line of battle in suif boats. On
the same night Gen. Worth proceeded to invest
the city, and took a magazine. situated near a
rail. road, in front of the town, at about two
miles distant from the same, and also took the
ruins of an old castle, which is said to have
.fordierly belonged to the family of Malebrands.
On the 10th, one or two of our brigades met
with some opposition, and had some fighting,:
and. on the 11th, our brigade was 'sent-on to
tiheir relief, and the Palmetto Regiineut had
rather a'fierce engagement,' which continued
for abontanrhour, with a insofseven men in
son. Onr own company, the "96 Boys,';were
m tchezpo ed'to,the fire from.tly.btcries,of
rt-enery..bit escaped'witfot .:ijiry. The
g non:'galls neR. rilliliidk-around'fnks
a jo'tnagh' hey misise'd 'tsir airi they-Aye'
:t m unelisiiess3.Captp S:iiptesr coaxpug
il iry As pssaeil4 thte hottis'tdf*tii sefroti
Ert t flaiutbsaurning'qft: 26thist,
the aini-hiligu thegit~hdrathewnemyr a
W. oralprley;imnd bagiiu- tot-arrnige ewith
Geu.pVrh;.on :e'Pillowv, and :Col.E Ttten,
lietrmsof-a surrender.m -^
S30th1 Mdarch l.ain notable tosiy, that the
City and.Castle huiva, indeed surretndered, and'
thit-they ire au'this monment garrisorned by oar
own troops. I hadthie pleasure yesterday, to~
see the enemy haul dowen his eolori, and to see
our own flag, waiving frorrievery fdrtified point,
both on the City of Vera Cruz, aid the Castle
of San'Juan-De Ulloa.
The terms of the surrender, as near as I can
iseertaini, are these.-The Mexican soldiefs
were to march omit, and surrender their arms,
ad be released nn the parole of their officers,
that they would fight no more in the p resent
war with the United States. The officers of
course, wvere pitt upon their parole of honor to
the same effect. All public property, with the
arms and ammunition havie been delivered into
our hands. I inderstand,. thlat we have receiv
ed about six thousand stand of small armnh, and
near two hundred piecis of artillery. I do not
know the quantity of amnmunition that has been
The number of killed and wounded on boftT
sides is very small. We hadl from fifteen to
twenty killed and wounded;~ and the enemy
near two hundred, and I amn sorry to le 'rn that
the greater number of tamose were women and
children and unarmed citizens of the town. It
was impossible for the result to hate been oth'
erwise, for our batteries could only be directed
gainst the city, anid we had no-:neans of as
certaining in what quarter the womten and
children, bad'fled for safety.
Our brigade, under Gen. Quitman, is under
orders to-day, to march against Alvarado, a
town aboti thirty miles sltant, and then to
return and follow the nlatin armly tn'nder Gen.
Scott. which will proceed immediately 'to Ja
Our brigade will probably have a small fight
at Alvarado; but I thitik at Jalapa or Puebla
will be foughtthe great battle of the campaign.
The health of the army is tolerably good, but
the weather here is very unpleasant indeed,
and the water is scarce and disageeable.
When we get into the mountainous dbtintry,
we hope to fare like princes.
You will know how to make allowance for
my bad composition, for I have not even had a
chance to visit the city, and I anm evezy mo
memexpec.ting to march.
Mty health is good.
Yours, &c, SA LUDA.
LATER FROM THlEBRAZOS.
Fromt the N. 0. Picayune. AprL 11I.
The steamship Telegraph, Capt. Auld,
arrived yesterday from the Brazos, having
'sailed the evening of the 6th inst.
To Mr. J. Harrison, or Virginina, we
are indebted for papers and our correspon
dece,. Mr. Harrison went to Mexico with
Mr. Whiting, to bring back th- remains of
Lieut. Archibald Botts, who died in the
service some mouth since.
The rumors brought here by the Harry
Long, turn out to be unfotinded. Gen.
Taylor did not get up with. Urrea, and-of
course there was not action. Still there
was rumors to-that effect all-along the Rio
Grnde~ and one was compelled to note
them. Ge~n. Taylbr mad-e ample arrange
met., it would appoag, to keep open and
unmolested.the comuuitation between
Caniargo 'nd M onterey, and after that
pushed on 'to Sotiltllo
A train was to leave Camargo on tile
30ih ult.~for M6nerey andiie escor df
- Fremt i N. 0. Picayune, April .10.- 1
d.BATTLE. OF SACKAMENTd.
Defeat of tie Mexicans-Fall of thihiia
-We find room to-day for a c decountof
the battle of Sacramento;.fodght for the,
possession of tleCity of:Chihdahua. We
do not find Sacramento laid down on any
of the various maps we have of Northern
Mexico. We presume it cannot he -far
from Chihuahua, ,however. It- will bet
recollected that on the 23d. February. the
American troops were at Carmen,;movingd
South. Carmen is not much.:over::100
miles from Chihuahua'.: The battle.took:
place on the 28th March.: when we may
suppose the Americans had advanced .60
or 80 rr.iles further South. The number
of the Americans, according to the Mexi
ican report we gave on Tuesday lastwas
only 900. while the.Mexicans, by their.
own showing, had about 1600, and. ten.
pieces of artillery. . . .... .
We will only add further. that the des-.
patch of Gen. Heredia, who commanded.
the Mexicans, is given in El Republicano
of the 22d uIt., from thie. papers :in the.
War. Department "relating to the loss of
Chihuahua." The place whence written
is omitted. Garcia Cande's account .of
his participation in the battle we do not-.
find in any of the papers in our possession.
From the N. 0. Picayune.
VEaA CRUZ,.April 2, 1847.
We have not as yet heard from Alvara.
do, although there is no doubt the place is
by this time in quiet possession of the
American arms. This motning a detach
ment, composed in part of the 241. Dra
goons under. Col. Harney, started for An
tigua, an old town north of this, to take
possession, and from this point reconnois
sances will probably be made -tuwarls
Poente Nacional aud Jalapa.
From appearances, I do not, think that
Gen. Scott will march with the main army
into the interior for some (lays to come.
He is straitened to a degree for want of
transportation, and it would ,be but bad
policy to move' until every thing is in
readiness.. The latest movements-those
by way of Antigua and-Alvarado-will
have the effect of bringitg all the .horses,
mules and subsistence in on both sides the
main road to Mexico into the American
Among others who have arrived here
with the week, are twojor three'gentlemen
from Mazatlan. They say that both Up
per and Lower Californta are in peaceful
pudssessio'n of the A mericans. They say
nothing of the arrival of Gen. Kearney in;
California, but fie might' havenredche
Monteiey, oni the Pacifie,-:withoututheir
knowing itr They speak of-ta .boat'-be
longing to one of our men of war having
been upset, and that allion'board:perished.
I shall-endeavor to -obtain'fur lerpartic'u.
I aldoulit ilther VraCruzwas'ever-asp
u i tfiticiblernpresent-itcer-..
W-orth iasa2dptrdseariti f tdicipat
lawvs'airdltteilatityn tvltiisire foredi
noihe letber bail J eheiv..re aEisafie
lit4 nifetiece't? i4forri.siin
tion; al the magatzinies are full of it.
STATE AGdRlCULTUR A LSdCETYE
OF^~SOUT H-CA ROilNA.
The followist~ Preiiums will he awar
ded by this Society,' at its iemi-amnual
meetitig at Aiken~ on the 4th Wednesday,
(28th.) iin July iiext: .--.
1. F'or the best Stallion for Agricul
tural purposes, t -Silver Cup 'of 'the
value of. - $10
2. For the best Mare for Agricuhtu
ral purposee, a Silver Cup; of the
value of. - 10
3. For the beet Bull, (native,) over
3 years, a Silver Cup of the vatlue of 10
4. For the best Co t, (native,) over
3 years, a Silver Cul' of the value of 10
5. For the best Jfack, bred in S.
Carolina, a Silver Cup of the value
6. For the best 10tiue, bred in S.
Carolina, a Silver Cup of the value
of . 10
7. For the best Ram, adopted to'
our climate, a Silver Cu p of the value
of. . 5
8. For the best Ewe, adapted to
our climate, a Si~lver Cup'of the value
of. . 5
9. For the besi Boar,- adapted to-.
our climate. a Silver C-np of the value
of - 5
10. For the best Sow, atdaptedl to
our climate, a Siiver Cup of the value
11. For the mostsuccessfui a'nd ex
tensive experiment with Marl, for
three consecutive years, one completo
set of Farmer's Register, by Edmund
.12. For the best essay on the Ag
ricultural capabilities of . Bartwell
District, and the best mneansof devel
oping and imnpr'oving them, a Silver
Cup of the value of - 10
13. To-the successful comisetitor in
a Ploughing match,- with do'ibte or
single team,-a-Silver Cup of the value
14. For the best Subsoil Plough,. 10
From the AMa. Baptist.
DoMzsTrc Mzssros- Bokio-Da. 3o N
so s' Ae e
With regret - e learn Dr. lhitson of
South Carolina, ha bealdbipslied by a'
painful domestic' afIehion to abandon for
this year at least, all his ageniy for this
He purposed visiting the principal pla
ces of Georgia and Floridae with the view~
of awakaning a general- interist o'behfalf
of Domestic Missions, -and iwtth special
~reference to* the Baptial chntch nt Talla
hassee, Fld. His heart has been 1fir~som
time, fixed on establishing thie catisesof
tr-tlth in'that place He designhteteci6nid
a-house of wvohship there, so isoon anthe
could secure fu~nda-sufitet. Oil hiis or
ward trip he purposied dli-adey iwfurhe
Board ,on his return, for Tallaanee. if6
fir J~ ..4tr" .: J. '.
prcisecf .ftb ie ffitdoth '-atrd
.aft Qitj la 811CCe$S
w66In, tcF turux
no b a C Jected O"
tie 1 a 1 0 0 1
requir - ,_. a t[trho ne
;he r c i v d' ?1! ON W,
, . . ",c .,nit +
Ed;;e et n e N1q jl eir pr'eacber
fur !i hkre a : reseatr year.
'.f)r.'J t.t p i commuJslon. t tt f
ClI'r -/"P'ft 15-.r (rai +l1 e r'"
?'act f tt t s *p i'ors uii, .p=;
niicio : is-.9 atrt i etidmiti
4,144V ties,- both as a'M'ioister
.tie sVl1 js. i C.T ,
7of' iie o p ' to A4ent, (e d gsio
.expect . , we adoexionivuh she
,Board -* e,: ii1 e'tteT fletiere
anti qt .pr if m 9ie rnove
=and=ihat'f! ab toTre sume
N c1ir: sec'y.:::
:; We.ei n t; q it ', of eei,&firoin
the palm t j ;"ate tiMiy'
APT L RADO,. &c..&c.
' From tGsd l: ", ;Ap nt 14.: -
;II?;S ste9 ith'Capt: Couillard::
fro tYer (. "bg ofi he 6th dins'., .
pri ed -i it :[ho:.morning of
ihe;l ltb-- Ivaradowav iaken
liptthe attia, on .tfie'4th
inst:r +Od ,-< .iCoI::H"arney, in
corn nato [ sions : and ade
;tachmeo FR.t Twigg s division,: '
idokos esli''trSt a htigiie; captaring:oua
:otBcerei'ife f4ancerira: ;,..
,The of v' nb+e ?Itb inst."
t6iYd " lifla pa by,' divisions,
,Geii. 'it Wthaihkilce, fo!!ow
edby ',Qe wiifivblunfetri, and
Goa Wok 1bofrstidivi'ion of reg !
ulars.' ring ' &rear: y>>Tbe healiti of I
.the"arniy:. a ,, d yxaL. :,: :
Tha two,., its reported-to- bave been
taken, by outl tar YlacotaIpa:n: 'and
Coss gioCOp ve Alvarado.:. They,
have a40Aat resistance: .Theyare
---pentn"she: fi ne
inland Mete f kh1 have_.tbeir outlet to
the. G coif$:; 1"> lq.-.Mr'., Kendall in
Ii roil utt>ti* .. t rtp to: one, of, his lei
all hes Bess +r ,t ieintencioa;; pf ceptu
ring every gty ownand port on the en
iire Dirsican: toael.
Tho;v a e& r pnrt:.nt..Vera Cruz,
was thJ& a tn.-'Apas "tcpuld", dispute die
passagt;,o.-Q! ' !GPs .toy, exien With an
arm qr 20 n ut i.wAsanindeli
oiemtitni '6.11rr.. endall attached
44 t ?15
f-- ,i M iTSY.rJ '
Die i in Shan Avs, wife'
of Ca it." rt ay'this District, in the
Tba dt nirslritdity.iof dentli,;:to
it rlninntes;man s,
gellter fvitt Avv;,
pYnbiiti Jlj tH teslsJewtiriy until
erably- e11;ilan evsrit oft he
in tat;thrif i X every a ' Sein
An t' w :whoae shnpe'' tiiPir'
:4r] a :brr diciiongfil .'prnpnred" -1
their titi d; tejirie+st tt: :13ist n it S
so ant i-'t :# it At "present' obituary.
I t e'w 'sf ntt pult ppwbn iele,
'of'je et " J ?35 .11 1tfl nlFi'l xi
C ++t adC AR -11kept t0,.. t
lie lived. 'Major Jeter a,-dnting hie whole
life, a citizen orEdgefel jlTsftiet,:and for the
ist 36:yeers ca4w;i hnut irtespjoa,'&resi:
stron yattedheil 3t fe liii j of iside ailnng
assoceitnif.eAft6ei'1vite pnased through the
nsual cotirse-ofaucadenichtuidies. frider, the
tiitiWn of the celebrated. Dr::Wtddel; he pl'eed
liiiiiselI t a studeni of iaw; under the insfrec
tion'of Abram Jiles Dozier, Estqr., for whon
he always expressed a high respect. In 1811
he was ndmitted to the Bar, and soon acquired,
by great assiedity aiid attention, a liidcratjye
practice. In 1814 he married Miss Sabra, the
elde'st datighter df Capt. John Simkins, wfio
died in July;:1829. leating-two daughters stir
viving he'roth of whom have also t urvivid
tiieir father. In 1816, by a strong popular vote,
tile=Majdriag elected a member of the popn
lainranch of legialsture, and was buecessively
returned d such, until 1820, when he was
elected Shlieito- of the Southern Circuit. His
success in this election was a strone evidence
of his great popularity and infnence in the L.
gislature,:as few persons, at that time ehlnld
have prevailed.against.the distinguished incnm.
bdrit,thee*cellept and venerable Robiet Stark.
[Ii1824,iMajor lier das *main elected to the
sameoffice. which lie ield till its ierrd*erpired,
t wiiih time.,by some alteration and curtail
nent of the Circuit he lost, his poqifion. In
1834:he, was again elected a ietii'lr of the
loauseof Representatives. and 'ids again re
iined:in 1836. In 1838 he was elected to the
State Senate. and was again retrrned in 1842.
During his last, term in the senate he became
listressingiafcliited with the dimness of vision.
which iidured him. from a sense ofdnty. to give
to his place before its ter.m had expired. His
success in life, and especially in n jealons pro.
ession. amidst the competition of uncommon
alent and iihility.- is a praclical and enduring
fnilmentiry on the moral vafise and great uil.
tv of the n'alhiy for whiclihe was preemnent
y distingniglhed.-uncom promising iutegity.
ie was, ill ia true and fullest sense, an hon.
at-man, ,which has been well said. to be the
oblest work of God. To this leading quality
e added, intrepid -decision of chiacter. and
reat industry. Ii approaching his purposes,
o was frank and direct, but sometimes inpul.
ive to a fault-whilst, he was tenacious of his
wn rights, his sense of justice, and regard fur
onor, weresafe guarantees against his violat
ng'the recogntized rights of others. His mindl
was.so constituted its to induce him to take di
eat, safe,-and obvionu views of things, her.ce
e always acted nnder a safe, sound, ind nn
mtrbarrassed judgment, in relation to conduct
if men: He possessed uncomitron powers of
bservation, and had a memory, so far as it re
ard individuals, as tenacious, as his talents for
observation wad strong He was a quick obser.
rer, and an accurate jndge of men. In this ree
>ccthe had peculiaritiesthat made himextrene.
y interesting. enabling him frequently te he gra.
;hic and striking.-in his descriptionsof scenes
id persons: if ever lie got sight of a man, and
tad an opportunity to form his own opinion,
t was one whieh. lie would maintain, against
dl the worlds' beside. His nppreciation of
nen of elevated sentiments, and striking pecu
inrifies of character, was nitch higbier thdn his
usitnate of great ability .founded in fearning,
ittiocienation. If there waiarry dne vrho des.
used a mean thing, br'a love character, it was
r6bn 'Speed Jeter. 'Like all menu of'stiongv
narjedacharacter, Jin uv'ersii'ns of.tlie time be
ing; and I believe they. werg tempo'ary.. ,dere
trng and nndisgirtsed, but his friends 'pas
bidingTo rsm lnp his dhariter fn few
voyda, h had the gnalitis of hei'rttiiminad
inssii edhfidence Uand :coni angd' aa
3y indislr' he acquired a hanaom'eji tine,=
lnby ncianissprnddie -dien doi L:
lithful tipkably-dresptchful tJtransag
s~ienofh u;}nos avnadrim;>t~i pru ai -t
yneeet tso fndsvidals. H es
jid Efl ioP il b tie ,tog
roi be in vain attempted here,- itiart
idotil seemed .tirhave tiein gifaii dpWhis
drakeIhim all ijkall, MaoriJeter was~a person.
emarlgablp for tigh and manly qnalit1 s ith
ome strikdtpccnir isei, that wdll ..long. he
einembered ih interest, huy'theT trid who
as offured ti isshu t bnt nerancholj rilitet to
it menmar. -
elceivinag& Fonwardinag Ageni.
* AS declined the idea of removmig fromt
ENHamburg, and avails himself of this nia
hod to correct that im~pression.
He wvill continue to devote his attention to
ho best interest of his patrons, and solicits a
onminnance of their favors.
Hamlinrg S. C., 17th A pril, 1847.. .
april21 4t 13'
?ew Sp'rbag and4 Summuer
T HE Subscriber is now receiving from
New York, his supply. or.. .
SPRINGR AND SlIMMER
D RY V O OD 8
vhich is th'e largest and mbst desirable stocke
rue has ever offered in' this cit, c'onsisting of a
rery great varien,- of the newest and most fash
unable styles of'000I)S for
LaidIes and Efennenien's Wear,
which have'been impor-tedl this seanr.
lie would'reepectfully invite the Ladies to
:nil and diamine his assortment of
ehich' are Very rich and beautiful.
People froin'the conitry. visiting the ditf,
would do~ well to call and examina his extest
uive asaisbrtment before putrchasing. sag he isd
,erminedto'sell on the lowest terms, for Caulh,
>r to phnemtal Castomers.
Broad street, ant door West of thb.
. .Rail Rnna Buildings.
Angusta, Geo., A pill, 1847..
april21- 4t 1t
.Seling ff't Cost.
KNSES.TION and Scollo'p Trimmings Sy~ds.
, for 25 cents,
O'peniork Boanielis, wrth $6, fcqr $3 50,
*Common Straw Bonats; 25 to 62j cents,.
Needles and Pins, at 5 cents a paper, bels
Crockery and Hardware, with Di-y Goods.
and a well assorted steck of Fancy Gooch
-and Perfumery, will .be sold at Cost,- fo
-one month from the 1st of April.
Come in time to get Bargain . ,
april 21 t f' 13
f3'O TH'E FAIitLFSS --
L If any doubt the wonderful po~uers o
" DR..CUJ L EN'S NDIA'N VEGET A BLI
PA'NA CEA,' weitvite them to'eall p-oh Mr
Isaac Brnoks, Jr., .efferson street,- fonl-th doE
west of Shmylkill Sixth street iGlo'w . ioMusl
and learn'fromhisownlips'ofono oh the moe
astbnishing cures' of Scrofula ever. Qer(benie
oi a' huiman being-or call at thejeadenae
hik father, Fjeventh' and Vine streets. 8'ol
by. . . O'(S. T. ROWAND,
3'1J3 Market street, Phl'adeliito
.f' Rd~tBERTh, Aenti Edgefield C I
apiS S 1
Sl . - - ' ri i- ,
rI Y) --J'...r
Frost's Hi" y of: heOnited States, i$as4,.;
trated; .' a ~
Gnin's Domestic MIediciwe," 2 ,'i f, -
ijilton's Poetical Wnr k
Barties' Notes on Isaj,,
do do on the Gos 'els t
tOnited Mthtes Explorir Espeditibal vo( - _
Mn'deila Cookery, by . cidx.a l e
Mrs. Lincoln's Botany.Smfibl's G nnr,
Davies', Smiley's and -Pike' unetac,.
Walker's Dictionay,. New ork ad
aonstock's Phirnsop hy, tud otherMiel
nneoms Schobl Bonk.., for sid e &ai e:
Cheap Store, or
R. S. ROBERTS.
april 23 .f 13 $
STATE OFSOUTH CAROLlNWA'
NTHE COURT OF ORbNA1
ii ,YOH N H' L, Esquire, rdi'aty i
of Edgefiefd District .
Wheres, W. A. Harlii,' all aroIII:
S. Jeter, IrerJt npplied in te tioitL eters of' - ;
Administidiron, on all ahd ,iitigsap ilt, "h } -
goods and chatrels. rights ad cridits o n :
John S. Jerez; fate of the Disz t afore
These are; iherelidr. to ce end adn6A -
ish all and singular, the hin ed aind ci-jeai -
tors of the said deceased, to Ih ' e d 'p3iar 'K
.bef1are me. at our ieat Oi-didaiy's Cout -
for the said District, to he holden ai tilge 'C''
Ileid Courit House. on rhe 4th dag ofilayr'-~
nex', to' show 1ause. if any. *hy =th
said adritiuisritioit should.nin he krahi6ad'=
Given undeimf,6aidp'd deal,,tii the U
19th day of April; in, tiheaaot.our
Lord one thousand eight hundrid andi for ' 1"i ^
ty seven, and in -the seventy Grst-Searo
American Independence. '
JOHN IlILL, o. r b , 'i
April 21 2t 13
Ta Fun Bark Wanted
T H E Subsriherw sbesto purchase be
-3tween Fifl m rnQ HdndiaJCordsof -
good TAN RARK. foi Whih iWr; C ii-will
be paid.' Apply to M. FRAZIl .
april 14 tl -. , - '.e=
8e~ing' dlW es Ceut for
M0onn Only. -
HE Public are now convince$-ia-ly
of the trith of the above, n d iti .Chea' ' '' '
as my-Goods were before: COS i diiett -
thing, and never were Goode sal o l6w in ibit-tai'
District, F thall go N6rthliteend.olthlis inoib: $Sr>
and ihen old prices. ifl be rehumed.. My 7iwekd d
is but little redtced bf il ,purch ipa ela ,
yet. Penlpleare just being to utdat
.am in earnest. and I trust none wl1(Joie t
opportunity of obtaining bargaied
beat assorted dfock in the coin try - . . ,
Ta HuaEer UpeeBajtr oi tly
n Satrii, efih f.t O.':
- FrOSBOUNR 4~( ~ -
la t e rtri - d-ri 1-.
d'ay'6'efoiefor.D'rill and latucIo1.. '~ '
The Lower Battalion at Mount illig'
Sturdaj the 24th of April fr D'rlUf ah'd' Rd
views Officers the Friday byoe for D'iilV"'
Oflicers will estend hiiodr t'o th'eii l. ink~ti
lions and comp anies. -
. . Col. 10thi Regt. 6. C. 11 a.
npril7 -3t1- .
Valuable Lands for Safe
7 H E~ Subscriber now off'ers for sale thd'
tract of Land on which he no# nesilps".
lying on Log Creek, nine miles west of' Edge
tield Court ffoutd'. dontai'ning rihe hiihdred
and- nifle acres hidhthere is about'lWe 1idbi
dreds ncres of wondland. On tiie' iiehde' ib
a l'arge and'conifoitable Dwelli'ng FJoue," aniif
all other nsecessary out banildings. The lilaht '
tion is in good repair. Those wibhti'g to' psi'. -
chase can calla'nd examine fo'r themselves.
. .F. BORNE.
april7 3hi' 39
LL persons indebted to tbi sdstate iif Ili H. .
A dhael Watson, deseased, ar'e required t',~,w
ma~ke immediate paym n t, anil all-the credtorir
are desired to present t ir detih~nds'dulf pro
ved, to the subscriber,.
II. R. RAINES, Ezedraaf.
a'pril 14' -' .' dt '2
TI IfE Subscriber is ie# r'ecdi iid ## sfn
*.did Stock oN E WGOO'S' it the
B/dtliI Store formerly oeddipitd lif Fa'esley &r
lh'ynn, consisting of allkin'd~f
DRY GOODS, GRO tS, HARD- ~
WARE, CROCKtRY, BHOES,
to which he invites ii'riends and the publio --
to call a ad examinie foi-tihemiselves, before pures
-N. it- G'oods vei-j low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN. .
. ApriI6th 1847. t, 12 -
.7otgie tO $NgigSgle .WidCer..
T H'E Graniteville Manufacturing Compa'.
rif.sish'to purchatie na MILLIONv6 t
SUangles' to be delivered anid slaokedet..
Gianiteviller For Shingles 18 inohes .long ,,
inches wide5-8thick~of prime snig. weldrw
they will give $3 25 per thtoand i. for'similt..
Shingles & inch thapk $2 3. If mttdeou tiis
Cdmpanies land. a faij~t llo.w'ndrilt be re~ -
qtiired for the Tuihet. - - -
* W ..GREGG.
ajm1'P eSin 12 . , .
-5 Loaf' do'
s Pu.rveriada do' -
ci Ohtrihlede do'
f Sugar House NlOI4SBES1 ~
ci Newe Orleans do -
West India dlo
COFF'EE RICE, VINEGR&o2t -
I;''Forsate Iowforeah ~ ~ '*
usarch ' 5-4q. J'cWLL*S