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. rchasing -goods. A few years. ago a
-e Tennessee merchant was a rara avis in
We call attention to the following arti
ele in relation to the Bridge case of Henry
Shultz, E4q., which we .have copied from
the Macon Messenger. It isto be hoped.
that at no distant day. this important case
may be decided, and that justice will at
last be rendered.
roo "the Macon Messenger.
NOT DEAD YET.
On the oitside of our present number,
will be' found an extract from the Hamhurg
4publican, including an article, from
the pien of the truly celebrated "founder of
inburg." The great object of 3lr. Shults
seems.to ho io announce to the people of
Georgia, that after a qiuarter of a century's
toil and trouble, so far frot his being swal
lowed by a "soulless corporaticn," he has
succeeded in dragging it before the Chief
Tribunal ofjustice, and placed himself in
a position where his rights will be fairly
passed upon. by the Supteme Court of the
nation. Verily, there is not another mnti
in Christendom, who would have manifes
ted such dogged preservance, such an tt
yielding determination to "hnve his rights
or die" in the attempt. Ile has proved a
very "Old Zac," in litigation and the
.word "surrender," does not seem to have
a place in his Lexicou. Should be sue
ceed, he will have gained a real Buena
Vista victory. We do not think however,
that even if he shou!d recover, the public
will be seriously injured, as the Bank is
doubtless perfectly able to meet even the
large atrount claimed, without injury eith
er to its Bill holders or creditors. At the
same time no man would enjoy the prince
ly fortune gained, more than would Mr.
Shultz-none would be tnore charitable or
just with it, and no one would spend
more of it for the support of the poor and
unfortunate. than would the celebrated
-Founder of the City of Hamburg."
For the Advertiser.
REMINISCENCES OF TIlE PAL
METTO REG'T.-THE FIELD OF
CARNAGE. OR THE AFTER
PART OF THE BATTLE OF
The brazen throat of war has ceased its
The Paltnetto Regirrinut, in the memo
rable baitle of Churubusco, acted, we
think, a distiinguished part. Every com
pany, from Company A. to. Company L
inclusive behaved with uncom tton gal
lantry. In the daring er.thusiasm of the
Satmters,could be seen all the heroic ardor
of the d.-Game;Cock'' himself; and the
bloo.4 DeKalb seemed to flow afresh in
the veins of the noble .voth, who. repro
s :ntedfthe d'eparted sitrit of this i-enotynItC
i B' eebPalmelio bsom ill
lf* ' eemsitbn ireadful day to he
Satn i ditbyitrue.' teancestrdl fire of. the
S a~irldye Gajijs Cock" "
V ,i 4 buo Yr v i4 d isl yF
Fiji. a 1! s
6 eeenyiff6 haf a
mite or taore~t eRegimee.i returned to its
battle ground to look-after the deatd andI
the wroundled Tri )rrihlireality of the
drendfi havoeflirced n- . uo' e-rery
mind anddeepwastheMsensation prtduced.
Ah- who can describe thteideep feelings of
anxiety andt solicitude, that filled every
breast, as the column marched rapitfly
hack to the place of its misfortunts ? Wham
bosom was not thrilled with the most
starting emotions 1 Whit heart didl net
throb with fearful anxiety, as each one
questioned himself, who among his friettd.
had fallen in the cotntest ? All wished to
learn the fate of their comnpatninns itn arms,
* ho were missing from thte ranks ; yet n-.
one vetttured to interrogate atto:her. IEach
dreaded, that his secret conjecture might,
oinquiry, be reduced to fearful reality;
-ethat his missintg friend might be foutid
amnong the dead or tte sever~e ly woundled.
A low whisper disclosed along the ranks
the ntimely death of Col. Butler, which
up to this time, was unknown to mainy;
but beyond this, scarce a wvordl .ts uttered.
A solemn silence pcrvatded the whole
Regimentt. In a few moments the blood
stained fld Came in viaw-and howv dread*
ful the prospet ? The dI ad attd wounded
lie side by sidie in masses over the gory
plain. TIheit guns atnd itmpletnents of war
are scnttered carelessly around. Some
are welteriug in thteir own bhbood itt the latst
agonies of death ; others, lie lifeless utpon
tte-ground in puddlles of blood. clotted itn
the mud and grass. Matngled forms and
* deathly groans fall upon0 the eye and ear
in every direction. The heart swells wvitht
saddenung emottions at the gloomy picture.
The joys of victory nre completely swal
lowed up by the pain< of grief and horror.
CIt is -too much for hutmar.ity to hear with
indli~hrence. Sympathy gains tter ascen
* dancy in the heart, and heart felt tears
flow freely at the sight of the dreadfni car
In serious meditation we cast our eye
ever .the melancholy scetnc. By an~ in.
ward impulse we are driven to take a
* closer sttrvey of the horrid picture, anti we
circle, alimoist involutntarily, over the bloody
field. At every step the eye is thrown
uptn some dreadful object, antd the mindl
stands aghnst in horror. WVe approach a
mnanyletd form, whtich lies itm a muddly
puddle of water. Its very htideouscuess
* almost makes the heath sick nadl the whole
heart fairt. Tlhe scull hus'oretn shot asun
* der, atnd the severedl p'rts, sta-itned withi
blood and brains. are hanngitng to the stt- .l
d ters by mautilmed~ cthords of skin ancd tendlot.
rThe handls aid bodtcy :are ttesmirt!ched witI,
a crimnson tmix' ore of~ blood.h:uir antd brains.
Trhe eyes, torn andt~ bltood shio, ntre re-umly
to pop otut from their sockets. Esvery
trace ''f iife ts extinet. Thme nmangh-d corpas
* is no louger to beo reeo:;tizedl.
-;fJacot intg--tms terra trnmtets,
A'vnist:ngte immne'ri. r.ap1ut, et sine tnminte
*Adlvancing, wve comie uplont another body
stretehed-out at full lettgth. itn all the mant.
l ine'ss of at genuine soldier. It is clad in
an officer's tuniform. Tihte bravo youth is
-gasping~ and groanitg in the last pulsations
is gone. A greenish substance intermin
gled with clotted blood, oozes hir
mouth and nostrils.
-His facd is black arid fnil of blo.l.
H.is eye balls farther ont din when lie lived,
Staring flll ghastly like .t stranglrd matt.
His haired upreared, his nosutils stretchcd
His hands abroad displayed, as one that
And tugged for life.-Ilenry IV, Part .
Long, heavy gaspings, anad the most in
earthly sounds proceed firomt his senseless
form. These terrible sighs make tll heart
qnake. They are Ike nothing in nature.
They are the last hollow groans of a soul
struggling to free itself frmnn the shackles
of mortality. They spring from an earth
ly form, but they soem to rise up to Hea
On such a picture, the eye could not
long rest. We closed the eyelids of the
gallant officer, * and wade our way to
another group of dead and wounded.
Under a small canopy, formed by a
soldier's blanket and four muskets with the
bayonets fixed in the ground, rests a brave
and handsome youth, surrounded by num
hers of the slai. He is mortally wound
ed. The fatal ball had entered his chest,
and gone entirely through his body. A
livid paleness overspreads his whole physi
ognomy. Hk eyes glance in serious eom
posure over the melancholy object! around
him among whon he reergnized some of
his dearest friends.lla is aware of the aw
ful fate that awaits him-yet what resaolute
determination is in that youthful counte
nance ! How full of expressive cal-nness
and noble fortitude ? How composed in
the very presence of death! As we
approach he, gently extends the hand
of afleetion, anl wiith a smile upon his
lips, exclaims, "have I not often tu4 Yos
since the beginning of this Campaign, I
expected to be killed in battle ?" We well
recollected to have heard from him this
prophetic remark; and as we called to
mind our past associations with this gallant
young soldier, the teors of sympathy and
sorrow fillel our heart to overflowing. No
more, wve thought. slall we enjoy hais so
cial revelries, nor behold again. his chival
ric conduct on the ficld of bauttle. Oh it is
a heart rending scene to .ee the bud (if
youth nipped just as it is openirng into the
full bloom of mnuhlbood ;-to see the love
liness of vouthful valor about to take its
flight fron earth, by a s:dden summ-mti of
denth ;-to see all the chald-like sensibili
ties of boy'tood struggling in the presence
of deatl with the sterner virtues of imaure
-ag;-in a word, to see the gentle quailitics
of a tender heart in their last cominton
with the lofty impulses of genuine heroism!
These form a mental picaure, over which
te d well, to medhtate and to wonder. We
sat some montients itn silent melitation ly
the side ofonr yanang frincud, t arid then
pressing his hand itheaba sincere hope that
he would recover, wo left hin to his own
solemrn anid awful reflectioans.
Near by, we discover another friend.
niready in the clasps of dath. A faithful
ervant kuieels over his handsomt1n r
hiirdsomo even-in -dbaihiih d bedews'hi
poeihie kwith 'copious tears of ~atieclion
ach s bear is.ide-full i
oinma ebur ear. .Al4the. manly
vinthes andl..bertileds of the young ofiL.
rer, erosyed upot our imaginatioi. His
modest and unassumngn manners-his
geneorutsentaiure-his cotol an.deermninea
comurage-andl his itertla gall ntry on the
tield of thte recent battle. ctae frosh mao the
view, exenaing our highest admiratiorn and
tmaking tas feel with a sorrow ing heart the
blowv of lies uat imely death I. A. fewv mitt-a
ntes before, those noble ltimbs, displayed
in all their manly strength, moved on itn
gallant sari Je agaitnst the thick ranks of the
infuriatcd foe, Those long goldlen locks,
thtat ntow hang carelessly around has ath
letic shouilders, spreudl ouit wildly an the
breeze of battle; ad those stallwortha arms,
lifelessly extended across his bro-a'd chest,
bore through the thickest of thtecomubat, thre
beautifatl bannter of hist company. Atnd
how ntobly did he bear it ! Buit al*! that
spirit ft which put in e xercise t hbse
mantly virtues, aifI all this hteroin ndnect
is fled ; is gone to visit its kindared natures
in the world of invisible beings ! May in
be happy anal blessed!
WVe rise to cotinitue ontr way. Oat turn
ing aronnal, we btehold the gallant Liean.
Caloanel of the Regimtent severely wvoundeda,
atal lying ina the mnidst ouf ntmbers of his
fellows saoldiers it the samte sitationi. Hiis
aspect wears a caltm serionstness, anad as
we almnosa silently shiake hirads, tears of
symnpathay atnd affectiont rise ira his eyes.
laow could he gaze with indaifference on
the scetne befoare him ? Extenaded itn full
view, lay all ot killeda anda woranded of
the llegimnen,' ho, bty this timot, bad been
collected togeth ~ his side was abe gal
lanat Adjutant of tf o.giment, wuo hadl
cove'redl hi taself witha glory by a sevcre
woiutd itt hs cheek. At his feet lay, in
tho mtiileda crowd, the noble form of the
mueh l~ramentedl Colonel, stretchedl ourt in
atwfujl grandteur. Life mutst hanve departeda
fromt that noblen bodty when the temper
wsas untralH-id andr thte teart firmt atal resar
lure. Every feuature wvas nmrkedl atnd
calm. D)eath was fixed itt every limbt; buat
it had niot trarnsformaed thte holdl outlmuse of
his majestic person. It seermed, truly,attly
tot have dleveloped morie fully the fate-pro
portions of his mannly stature, Crowds
llicked to nehtold the htonored a houghi life
less body; anad a feeling of awe anal respet
appeared to inspire all whao approachIed it.
Seriousnaess andr atelatncholy were ale piet
edl in every coiuntenance, anal thte teairs of
sorrowv fell unhiid in rthe greattest ptroafioin.
To cotem plate the scente before us wvas
painful in the extreme. Thte sight uof the
bloody bodhies all brotnght together-mhe
gt aans of the bad ly wundtaedl-attnd the
btranite, altattst supertnaral sotutis ea-~
naruttg froan thorse in the last agonies oif
datmh. filled the mainul wh m t Srantgae rand
roverpow ~tering~ emotatins. Tlhese .soundse
ca-ae like a dthintI kntell atpitn te ear, anda
agita;t-d the heart witht tearful sensuat io.i
Ge~e..ns, man ay atad tom mnourn thte hiss of
hear bestu ficendk.
But ate :titnd wvas calleda from its sol
emn-arellectonats by the newv duties it wa-a
now ntecessalry to) commtentco. To disptese
*Lieutnanat Williams, Company K, Batrn
t W. B, Brooks, Company D; Edgefield
tt Lient. Davidl Adamns, Company D, Edge.
of the dead'and 't tiin siiiAmuch as
-possible.- to the-comfirts o u th;vonndel
began to occupy-the celderugt1 f ever.yr
one. Now youcouldl e jh' '1 arked att
tentions of imessmaites,- d 6,kind an'd
ge nerous acts, of trie, yAmong
these, every elort'was ff, e useful.
Every garment that cnnui !YeVtisposed of,
was cheerfully given to make ietuering
cofnrortah!e; and the neighboring villages.
were all ransacked to procure for them a
The Surgeons, also. were beginning
their work. The sufTeringa of many sum
mon them in every direction. They are
pressed on every side. [low anxiously the
prior wounded mait gazes npon the excited
Surgeon as the latter passes him by to
atteud in the more dangerotus, or as he
apprnahes him to dress his w.and, or to
pronounce upon his case ! 'Is ny wound
dangerous, you think. Dactor ? warmly
enatires the sul'erer.' The Surgeon ex
and melancholy are depicted in his coun -
tenanee. A tear rises in his eyes. He
answers, 'your wound is severe; it is dan
gerons ; but let us hope ror the best.' The
poor felloiw looks sail, but appears resigned.
Po another. he replies. 'your arm must
come off'-t> another 'your leg will have
to be ainpatated.' The meat seem glad
the matter is no worse.
As the Surgeon approaches the slightly
wounded, quite a diff--rent scene appears.
All is good humor and gaiety. Instead of
the sombre seriousness caused by the pros
pect of immeliate death, the Surgeon finds
the cheerful smile and gleeful joke.
The subjects of his care are merry as
crickets, and jest in wanton jollity o(n the
character of their wouinds, and on the
cowardly freaks of the enemy. Tho rea
son is plain. A brilliant future is before
them. The monster death stands off at a
dlistan':e. Thevhave no fears of his grin
visage. They laugh at his timidity. The
Surgeon goes away amused and gratified.
He tells the happy satlrirers, he will dress
their wounds to-Inorrow.
Night approaches, and the angry clou-Is
threaten torrentsof tnin and a heavy storm.
-Caenles spra apn amitit imnber,
Noctein. hicique heren.-Hracc.
The most active efrarts aret msde to store
away the woo'd'l in tihe adjoining Ha
cienda. The building is capaciouv ; hut it
will scarcely contain all: fir here also are
the wounded of thn togiments. Necessity,
however, has no laws. All are packed in
-thick and crowded. The blood of one
mingles with the blood of another; and the
groans of all uiite to form one deep. low
murmur that ills the hoose. But the
weather is cold and almip, andl there are
no hedls anal few blankets. The supply
train with all the camp equinage is . ten
Miles distant. What is to be done ? For
tunately a room of the Hacienla, in
6 hici the prisoners are qnartered, is halfr
filled with straw. With- this the .naoril
overspread, and the wountled men laid ogka
upon it. -
And erins properly the hot a k 1t
of the:Surgeons. - es
ofrbndages are rapidlynpened;anil
the sharianIoniuts of surgery ard prisd
.i.d- 51'EAgbeigt1Lof these? irairid
weuna eamen'appetr more' erruned
thiyfid l be'in thie biulets 61%| ete lYj I
But, unto'lcfed1 -the' Doctdris be-n ther
work. '-Theyd re's, thy ;- 'ibeiey. a_,. kt
putate. The Hiacien Ir is contvertedl iunn
a very slatughter-pen. Al scene oaf dre id -
fail bav'oc ensues, in comnparison wvith
which, thn battle :troundl loses more than
half its horror, The floors and' walr; are
coveredl with lood andl member~s of the I
hiutmani bodly. Fin:gers, armsg, legs, flg ini
every direcitin. The whole hosuse is fibied-I
with' biegroanis oaf the un fort utmte suff'erers.
To ai truly sensntive .heart, athe 'scenes
above adescribed (anaLthey are, we think,
trite to n'oture annot hut create feelings
of disgutsa - horrars of a bloatay w-tr.
WVho that has otnce seent them could ever
wish to have them repeated ? Is it a tri
aflmatter to see young men cut sudden
ly off' itn the hey day of their exitentceC. tao
see one's best frienads shtotlt wit in death ?
to observe toe tpaifl otltionts caused bty
surgical operation ? anda to histen .to the
gratans of the dying an:l the suffering ? We
wauild greatly dot the sincerity of him,
who. -fafer witnessinig such scenes, should
express himself desirous of gaoing into hat
ale. If wve believedl htim to be sincere, we
wouldt be comtpelled1, ailso, Li believe him
dlevotid of the proper feelings of outr nature,
M AR LH OROUG's.
Sboutetlaing~ Exraordinar/. -T he Char-'
lestont Mereury of the 21st inistant says;
Dutrimng the entire ay yesterday. noat a
talc oaf Co'tont w as stldi in atatr market.
Thgis wve think is wv; itot a parallel in then
history ofthe Cot tan butsiaress in onr city
at this seaisont of te venr, anal is aone of
the estatblishmaetnt of the Telegruaph. -
Green Pens -Thae New-York papers
are revellitng ini lihe anticipattiont if Green
Peas by the Cuuarlestota steamuers. They
are alteaidy itn aiur am.irket, and we had the
plemasutre of part icipiat iu; int a mess af this
delicasy,uat a ditnner' gi veal by thle I iberniain
Society ont F'ridlay last, which wasi got tup
in Lee's best style.-Char. Mcrcutry,
A plait ittdigennoaus to Califurania, calledl
chuanulagia, has been lately introducemd in
tot the U. States. It is regrardedi l'y . the
Maexicanis anal Califorinians its a panaacai
foir all evils atnd dlistemnpers to which they
many lie exposedl. Its etficacy in ectritng
diseases has4 beent well tested.-Suth
TIhae Albuaty Evetninig Jiurnal says:
"Twentty fivem cets silver cotins, so admi
rably couunterfeitedl that the eyes cannot
deatect thtea. are in circuitioti. One
shown to at ot ni atrday, proafes'.ing to
have been cotinted 1846. rinigs faleo, atr it
conhl nalt be diast inrguisheud from the coina
ges of' the real munt."
illness of lHon. Jaqis A. Black.-We
:ianao'unc~e withI deep regret tat the Hait.
Jamen's A. Black,. membtter of Contgress
from this St.nte, is extre'nety ill a' \V;,sh
intgtoni. The Hion. Rt. A. Toottbs, mnem
tier of' Catngresse froim Georgia, passed
throuigh here yesterday, anal' we under
stand that tie coitsidered the case of Mr. 1B.
a very critical one wheni,he left Washing.
ton. . We trust that thenext accounts miay
he of a more favorable chtaracter.-tar.
Cri,,. 25t, ;.,..
tIATER FROM MEXICO.
brig Ajary Jane, Calt'. Hus
se er on Frijlay frm ampic ,
T.p . f the23 It.t sts thia t
up to fait ..epunts from Queanro. only
35, fl.t. in a hund 10 Senaiois had asqe m.
bled au i iAt for t he spaTr e. or 15 days
three o e .i-mer sad two of t he latter
'OY te 92 February, the members of
lhe Aintamiento, or City Council of
mi' ent a.Committee to the A meri
an. Aerno r resrtiin their places.
We .4nericano of the 17th Feb.
inielligence had been roceivael
itlers from Zicatecas. deel ir
nd audialajara, Jalisco San Blas
to laces hadl 'prononneed in fravor
f, "-rship ofSinta Annn. and a
pain wipeac witI the United S.
Iin Cernnfpartnents are of the
aia' , and that it was expeciel
Saut . ivonld join the army, directing
iis co wrds Tehuaniepee. A cc'r
lin 4 same jaornal, Gen. Alvarez
is liipudd I in favor of Santa Anna's
lict' N"1V, 0. Delta, 191h inst.
. i ofLol. S. FIT. Bulcr.-We lenrn
vith nost sincere regret (says TalN
iqse Floridian of Saturdaty last) that
3ul. Sniisan H. Butler died at his resi
ence iit. Madison county, on Thursday
frerrnoin list, the 16th inst. Col 11, was
dife of South Carolina, where lie bad
illed iinfpoflant public staiions. having been
leeted to Congress, and served his S tnte
vith eredit : and honor. He removed! to
'od iseveral years since.
#Jts sble ?-A writer in the Norfilk
rs th'e eastern shore of Virgiria,
elit it en thit occurred iii a
rietl i61 that part of Virginia,
boutwt e"o, which strongly lN.
ratedhe iilt ad fanatical spirit of the
imes. The writer says: "In travelling
iorth, he had'oCcasion to stop a night it
Petiton, N. J 'and was refused admission
n "'oie ofthe first hotels of the city. be -
auseihe wai a Southern man! ! M3
riend'had a lady under his charge, and is
k getleiman those urbane manners said
>rep6stessing appearance should com'na nd
-espect and courtesy among any cis iliz.-d
L&ND SLIDE.-Several acres of Mt.
d ms, at Cincinnaii, comienced slid
ng on Thursday night week, ove
vdliing Uign.,tre!'t,and checking upon
hewalls of the hotses of Mr. South,
.-E'1wards, and Mr. Trowbridge, mak
ng a slid' of about two hundred feet.
I'lealniilies hav6 left their houses, as
li' aInCh 1is gridually encroa%:ting
'-aS~tAnna and tic Contiucta.--I n
T*Kgt. iothe-seizitre bv Santa Anna
netvvovittlr$2.000.000, the pro.
Wj of+Brt ish. :merchantse-soon after
its- re-piipuarancien M'1ico, a corr.i
.Go,' r ,te ,a'd"lt
,t $000 00O but'lhe fool gfYWiyieth3
o nc-ence and by ii innin of the
rir'G.Ob v oim af. . ' *
Yet t'ill tieqei of tis ,000,O0
iiy14 hobry ,Jvill lit.gven anca."
frnpisaoimenzt for. Fines.-By a.~
>f 0 rk, any person who sH.al1i
VCh bee fin, sid,nd is imprisoned fori
ion-paydsein of such line, each da)'s
mprisonment of su h person shall liqi
late $3 of famed so imposed."
.The buiness of Montgomery and
West P int 1tailroad, -.ithin a year, has
neressed its inecome 50 per centi. More
hun'ehalf of thn whtoe incotme on the
oand is derived from gassengers.
Shoes..-h~o Botston Traveller says,
"We have often heard fathers of large
Fmilies complain of the expense of
kepin; their failies in shoes. Uncle,
sam, no doubt, re'alizas this trouble
vry fully. A few days since he wv as
ibtu m oston buying shoes for .th at
branichi of his ihmtily whic~h is in Mexi
eat, ani I e sinderstatnd that lhe parch:s
d 80,004 p air of~ kip brogains at about
90 cents pair.
Bri/is/aWest I'n ies.-The reducedl
rtes of labor, aotd a few' months
since thtrough-sonie of the West lid is
Is!lands, appear to harve mewt with lit tle or
no approbianion. rThe greatest discon
tent pievails, and in mny1 phantations
scenes oft outrage have biein per petrated.
Ai Gienada, and at Domnarara, thte Ia
birers have not only struck work, but
have proneedard to acts of insubordina
tion and iTiolencu whlich wvere deemed
sufficientt le w.irrant the aid of the mi
ltary.At.. Georgetown, on the 21st,
considerable excitemient prevailed. Sev
eral acts'of incendiatlim had been per
petrated, and a- proclamation had been
publishedyzby: the Governor, offering a
raward fore thie conviction of the guilty
parties, aiU iconnselling the laborers to
be order,ic1' contented with thei pro-,
pose~r ~ption of their wages.
Mfr. Georgc C. Davis, of Cincinna ti
has invented a- new Telngraphtic instra
mint, ont n entirely ot iginal plan.
Withl it the invenuor is of opiom that an
rdniary cperator can transmit, with
ease and.ceut:inty, 150 letters per mint
ite, drth~4iynngpert,one hiundred and
eighty or .inety, all of whtich can be read
with ias much facility asordinatry wv iting;
ind withiutl the leuist possibility of mis
taking onit letter for another. The nm
aer of chiaracter s oridinarily transniited
in a minuie with Pirofessee Morse's in
trunefisWh elieive, some where be
teen sixty. andeighty, although a mtnch
largerntetias been wiitten by somte
ef the more. expert operators.-Balt.
Ni.:w Yonrc. March 20.
The newa by the' Cambftia fha' lad .A
tepressing efiett-on Cotton, and the ten
'Miecy'Aeens io e dfnwaisrdt..
There- ba lieen int little doneili Flour,
'th01,1fnbhhlders iiontinuie to-tiand ~firm.
Preparations are raking for French andu
Iri-sh n"ti. congrtilatory or the Revo.
lution in France.
NEw OnzIMA s, March 16.
The Cotton market aeivret sales from
i o 12,000 hales; riuotations law to good
mliailng, 71 a 71.
Sugar mnrket quier, and no change in
former prices; fair 51 to 3j.
Norbing lnter from 3lexin.
Died, on the 1i inst. at the bonse or
Mr. Sannel Birook. of thik Village. Mrs.
Surah 31.. wira of WM. E. Churchill. of
Ne w York, in the 37th year of her age.
t1y '"We are albrisel to announce B.
C. YANCE Y. Isir.. a-t a candilae for a
seat in the ll'mone ofh Rtepresentative, at
the ensujing election.
March 29 te 10
O.l'he Ilonie Misittio Board of the
Elcefield ILiptist Assorciation will m-et at
lHIt.ny Whptii Chorch, near Liberty
Hill, onl Satarday before th) fifth Lord'-a
Day in April, at 10 o'cloek. Preaching it
cOMIn ence t 1i o'clock, tnd! to ho con
Iiiiiaed onl L ir's Dar.
W. Hi. .JOHN.SO8N. Chanir'mn.
MaIch 27 21 10
New Bat and Slum
E 1111-ubscriberi wntld respectfully in.
rori their friendi nnd the poblic
iner-llv, that ilyv are earrying on the
Boot and Shoe Making Business, in al) its
branches, at their Shop in PottersviHe
whe-o they are fully prepare.l to exectie
all work inI their liac, with neatntess and
Being engaged in the TANNING busi
ties4, (near the soie p'are.) and manu
f.icturing the greater part of their own
L..enther, they feel confident in saying. Iiat
they will work cheaper than any other
estahlishment of ihe.kind in Edlgefield Dig
trict. Goaiod l Iiles, at all tmne, will lie ta
ken in excanlge for Leather tar Shoei.
B. CORLE'Y, &
March 25 4t 10
RosEnirs' Celebrated' Cheapest
umner Clothing and Panamt fiats!
Waistcoats 75 ceais to S2 each,
Pants $1 50 to 8' a pair.
Coats 81 50 to $1 50-ench,
-Best 2.alt at 3:504
j1:M eS comamon at - 18S. cen tbeach,
Boys' estra ;at.50 "
.Finer a -ity, Men's at $2 7;5 each,
Silk linead " - .$3- 50)a
Philotoken a new supplynes
JL.mpJ agntesia dai
Ring Nuirsing [ietttes doa
Orris Root do
Spanish Float Indigo dlo
Mnceab.tlov Snull' - tdo
Poland Starch don
.Grarks' Matches do
lIIsha nd's M a;,nsia- do')
aasm oif Fir don
Sanda Soap form cleansing the Skitn.
And an exiensiv'e attortmnet of useful
Drugs and Patent Mlicines.
Factory Ytrti, fromn No. 5's imp to No.
12's, all the numtbers at S7A cetnts at
March 238 t)
M~usliwus & Giunnhtuns,
OLOJR EI) Mu.t-litts frtomi 12A to 50 per vd,.
Finest Lineni Gitighiams ev er setn, at :37,
Cottiot Gituhams fli 15 to '14 pier yat d,
. H)S I~LtY.
Blatcki, whlaie and slatec cit'ed Unasa. 9 pr fir $1
... -... --.. -'.. --..very' tltt,
5 pair for $1.
M, iy' white andi; col'dl Ilola, dil'.renit prices
Chaitdren's Leather Uelt-. &c.
REAI)Y MADE CLOTilING.
A-t Xew York and Ph.ilaidelphia Pricers.
Ic.tdv mtadie Vests, frum St0 cenits tny top $5.
ited'y um.ide~ P.mtiloos f'romay 73 ents to $7.'
Iteatly mitd Saair ra uts rroma S1.25 ta S lt.
Reaudy a-ile fine~ Slirt's Iromr 5) cenits to $ :1,
Berat ltat if you can.
Fnr sah-~ by J. COhlN.
March 22 3t
Bacon and Lard.
599p9 LBS.iorB.\CON andI LARD
for stale chceap ter Cutalt, by
tmarch t if .6
Sit Rober'ts' C~ark Store.
SW EVET Orantges, titne unid laurgt size,
New York Apples,
1n referene tao those I hayve otnly to -,ay that
my~ assortmen'tt isi vary compi~lete andi will cott
paire with any in parices. 'as aast All my largas
antd banmtifat sas-eatioa. lately arrivedl, wis
bought fair Cash, parttietar may domesatics to
whichl i vite attentmon.
G ROC ERIES.
The fintest Coffee ms mtark,-t 10 piotndts for S$,
T'he fittest tugatr in maurkcet 11 ptindns far S1,
Goodl Sugar 12 pouttnds for Si,
Next week I expect soime lotwer in price, say
13 poonadu for $1,
A TT ENTION
Is calledl to' then Giet that owing~ to scarcity of
money ini the Northern Markets, and which is.
felt cory wlacre, goodis have come ont .charged
lotce this Spring han itey have been kntown
ror years, whicht I, at least, am desteimmed to
give the Pnblic the benenit of, .me atnd try.
R1. S. ROBE.RTS.
- WIL fIttenid.at the timaeacnd places here
inufier: specified, to collect the General'
Poor, nod Rond Ta., roi ihe.iehr 1847, viz.
At Smyley's On Mondsy 27t. alarch,
Allens 'Tueodav 2ith
"J. K. Jolnstons WednePday29th
"'tiJge. -Thursdav 30th0
Krcn's Friday ' 1-3t -
P. lonse. Satnrday,. 1st April
Edgeield C. If.. inday. :d,
"Itandols, Tiesduy 4tli
" Graniteville, WednIesday 5il*
" Belch btind, Thuriday 6th
Hamrg, Friday- 7th
Geiger's. Satrday - 8th.
Collier's, Tuesdiy JIth
lied H1ill. Wednesday; -12th
Saimjel's. T'lursday :13th
FreelanJ.. Friday Mi4h
" Liberty flill. S4nr.lay 15th
Shctterlield. Monday 17th
-Shepp1rd's, Tuiesdriy 18th
Dorn's. Thnrsday 2tith "
" Moore's. Friday .2st
"It'. Coope '.s. S4sta rd::y 22#1e
Coleumano's , Rosads,1 maondiy .2.i
Porry's >s Runds, Tuesd.y .23th*
. in--aris, Vethesday 260h "
Norri.,' Thiraday 27th
" .ilt. i'ling, riay 2th"
"Ricinrdson's - Saturdiy 29th .'
E11efield C. II. Monday : it May,
'' daelieldf C. 1'. -Tuesi 1y - 2d
After which my books will close for the
J. QUATTLERLUM, T. E. D.
3anrch 22 3t- 9
11 lIE Cm.umssisnere to the Downer Fond,
. woild hreby notify the poblic. th.t they
h:ve completed i cuomodionis edifice for the ae.
commodation of igndiaent Orphans of Edgefield
Disiric;. nt Dsmch Idand; and have procured
tll, service.;s ora competent individual to talke
chage ofthe same. The Fundoli njert to an3
cnitrl will honrdte,He. anl eduente Ten or
TwelveChldreni per annnm, limited to the ages
ofs.evni r fourteen years. We will give the
preferenrc to thos Orphans that are destitute of
both parents, plrovidld we can procnre a stiffi
cient inumer ot' apifciants of that class, other
wise we will adttit those dlestittute of either
parent, of whih due Ontie will begiven. Ap
pli.mitts froradmi.-iti will be required to furnish
ter-inniaijls, signed by two or nimoe responsible.
persons. certifying that they ur' destitut. ot
both parents. that they are in indigont dircmn
stancies. and their respecnve ages. The Chil
dren will be stubject to no expense after entteir
ing the institoilioln.
1D. A RDIS, Commissioners
G. B. MiLLS,
Beach Island, Mlarch8. 1818. 1iit 9
.T J. C0H1N'S
Cheap Cash .Sore,
rl(ENTLNP. Sonip lI2Aeotia bar,
. Best Starch 12. a natudoi'.of i. for $ ,
Grannds PeppiG3 cet'iipp .. ~
Fresh Sailratts :14 efits h pottidr
-SpehaiTallow Candle4, d
I VL I :'I I New.. *t~1 \~Y(,rlr
.4ajtu.dil 1-,' p g.lea
- L4. _N... * . ' ') "b-.rbr
ea iut ce ' regated nman
theNa is to save cost, and alVsuo hi eliDAir
.wtidy 5 '!t ,jpiJ etily ntpaid by y.. .
r m nne mstr pa gy cost . nas. must Ehay. -~
Cole'nnn's .NR -ads; Mlreli 1%L t mto -9
UG A RS. Coff'ee..,u.slses. Vineunr,
I % ampttiu oil, TLallow, Sperw,;.and Adamaa -
Ratisins. Sodai Bisectits, and. Arnonda,
Imnperial, Hyo and Blacic Tea-s, Rico, &c.
Just received 'and for sale by
C. A. MlEIGS.
Mlarcht 22 .t
-~B ATillEMATICAL Itrtuenits, for the'
LV.use ctf Schools, a rew only left,
Chaidren's Knives and Forks, loaw.,
Itis ll11s. n very neat article.' at 50) cens,
Cotfee Mills. a very good artici~e. at 374;
Cuirriage W~hips fronm 50) ets op higher,
P'ole and Nail llamnt rs 25nna 374.
Sho'vels 652' cents, I-latchets 50) cents,,
0 po m Steelyairdst at 624 cents,
104) " -75 cents.
WVi is mavny o:'icr articles which.will be sold
liov, at the cheapest Cash Store, by
3. CO)H N.
March3 21 :',- 9
Staite or South Carolina.
Dr. I saac Ihanch us Bilo1 Foreciosnre
rs. MarIgages~ of'
Ralbert Al. Manti. Lad.
F IT appe)niring tOo my s iti.<factionu t'int Robert
I. 1 Ml~ann, the sl-feidiint itt this catse, is
wvithst theu limits ofthis State, on Motion, or
dereds~. ihit ha . I, nppe-tr. and aniswer, plead or.
demur, tso the' s-idl lill withint three motnths
Irs' mi the dlat,, oif the pubiication hereof, or the
.said bill will be taken pra conjesso aginst him.
II. A. JONES, C. a. A. 3).
Ahbbeville C. II,.. .113 reh 13. 1h48. 3-n H
Tfhe Spilendid .Jack
T 11. ICd NO I?.
1IT LUL st.mosl the ens~uinig season at the
-Y f:llowaintg pla:ens, coniiineneing ont '
the 13th of March, at Le wis Curry's, Tihos,
I!. Rieeq's, and a the residence of the
Subtscribier, ait thn foil.>wing how terms,
S, to) inantre a1 M. are ins jiu, if paid before
lhal'ding. or $10, to insure a live coil'.
March 8 3t 7
B9& RODLG. 4
711E Subscril,;r itifiormas his friends andl thte
public,.that lie is prepareid to Board chil.
drsen gsoin~v to Sonl at the'Poitersvillse Acade
sr.y, a, t .' ololars per mion~t. Piirenats and'
others phicinig their childretn under his care,
that their w~ats will be stricily aittendedl to.
N. BA RTLEY.'
jaonuary I4 tf 51
L 1L persons ha~ving ainy dlemands nninit'
j thie est'nte erfJamies S. Pope.diee'd., aire re
qitested tio present themi properly attested, a it .
i4 ontr isitenition to pafy thtem'as fist'as our col
hiectinns may ennble is. Anid till "prsn m
dL~ebt to saidl estate are- reqnosted to tmako
paytleti. - THIOS. ii. POPE,
J. HI. WI LSON,