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itrchasing goods. A fow years. ag a
Teaniessde merchant was a rara avis i
C ur'genial clime."
We call attention to the following arti
ele in relation to the Bridge case of Henry
Shultz. E49., 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. e
Frnithe Macon Messenger.
NOT DEAD YET.
S n the outside of our present number,
will be found an extract from the 3 amthurg
-sdpublican, including an article, from
theen of the truly celebrated "founder of
Hamburg." The great object of Mr. Shults
seems to le.io announce to the people of
QAeorgie, that after a quarter of a century's
toil and trouble, so far front his beitg 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 a
passed upon, by the Supreme Court of the
nation. Verily, there is not another nn b
in Christendom, who would have manifes- a
ted such dogged preservance. such no ut- a
yielding determination to "have his rights
or die" in the attempt. He has proved a
very "Old Zac," in litigation ani the
-'word "surrender," does not seem to have h
a place in his Lexicon. Should he suc
ceed, he will have gained a real Buena d
Vista victory. We do not think however, d
that even if he shou!d recover, the public a
will be seriously injured, as the Bank is
doubtless perfectly able to meet even the a
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.
Shulz-none would be inore charitable or r
just with it, and no one would spend
more of it fitr the support of the poor and p
unfortunate, than would the celebrated
"Founder of the City of Hamburg." y
For the Advertiser. c
REMINISCENCES OF TilE PAL- ri
METTO REG'T.-THE FIE LD OF a
CARNAGE. OR THE AFTlER
PART OF THE BATTLE OF 6
No V1. fl
The brazen throat of war has ceased its I
cruel roar.-Milton. i
The Palmetto Regiment, in the memo 0
rable battle of Churubusco, acted, we a
think, a disantguished part. Every coin o
pany. from Company A. to, Company L '
tnelusive behaved with uncom 'on gal 1
lantry. In the daring erthusiasin of the V
Samters,could be seen all the heroic ardor s
of thed..,ameC>ck" himself; and the I
bloo. DeKalb seemed to flow afresh in P)
theveins of the noble vtnth, wyho repro- 4t
setitedihe, epariei si'ritIf thissano.wned. s
- i a Blt~eeijt lrriito-bosom'i
<ffe FI seiill'oadthaiireadful ddg; .to be ai
~~at l 4 b y tiitrue'aneestralifire of ijie,
Foe aniih~ncok,. h
mil or mo~Lre'e git rgt~durned Lo-tr .
~te wounde. T r ei ai
d:eadful ci&oefbree its el npnVeery '.
- mnd Icoan-dep aRteisentionpurod uce. g
'Ah.! wtho can deseribo thedeep feelinags of Ib
an ~ety' and. solicitude, that filled every .l
breast, as the columrn marched rapidly I
back to the placeof its mnisfortunes? What g
bosom wvas not thrilled with the most ti
startlittg emotions ? Whbat heart didl not ti
throb with fearful anxiety, as each one i
questioned himnself, who among his frientdq. I!
had rallen in the contest ? All wished to hi
* learn thte fare of their companions int nrms, lt
who weare miissing from the ranks ; yet ni b
one venttured to interrogate attother. Eacht h
dreaded., that his secret conjecture might, si
on inquiry, be reduced to fearful reality ; .4
-that his missing friend might be found
among the dead or the sever,ely wounaded. ti
A low whisper dliscloced along te ratnks b
the untimely death of Col. Butler, which.
up to this time, was unknxownt to many;v t
but beyond this, scarce a wordl was uttered. C
* A srolemn silence pervadled the whole at
Regiment. In a few motmetnts the blond fit
stained field came in view-antd how dread- ia
ful the prospecz ? The d1 -ad anad wountded J
lie side by side in masses over~ tho gtory
plain. Their guns awal itmpletnents of war I
are scattered carelessly atround. Some ti
*are' wehtering in: tteir own hilaol ini the last V
*agonies of death ; others, lie lifeless uapon i
thoground in puddles of blood, clotted itt c
the mud and grass. Magled formns attd Ir
deathly groanas fall upon thte eye andt ear c
in every directiont. The heart qwcllq witht "
saddening emutions at the gloomy picture. t!
The joys of victory are completely swal- 0
lowed up by the pian< of grief atnd horror. a
Ii. is .too much for humuur.ity to bear withit f
-indiGhrence. Sympathy gains her ascen- *
* dancy in the heart, andl heart felt tears It
flow freely at the sight of the dreadful car c
Inaserious mneditationt we cast otur eye bt
over .dbo melantcholy scene. By ant in. t<
wvard impulse we are driven tat takec a p
closer sutrvey of the horrid picture, and we il
-circle, almsost involutttarily, over the bloody It
field. At every step the eye is thrown a
upo~n some dreadful ob'ject, and the amitnd 8
standi aghnst in horror. We approach a e
mancledi fortm, which lies it a muddy a
* puddle of water. Its very hidetousness
almiost makes the hteadl sick antI the whole F
beart fair.. The scull htaa 'oeten hot a~n Ii
* ~der, a~ad thte sieve'red pirts, sine~.d wvit g
bloodi attd benuios. are hanratisag to t he sh-mil 6
alers by maut ilint ebtirdls afsk iu an d te ndion. "
The htands and body are taernirticed woh jdi
a critmsott mix:tire iof lood.h:,ir atnd brainas. 0
Trhe eyes. toirn atnd hlooda sho:,. nre rt-oily c
to) pop out froms their saccets. Eviery
trace ofilf as extit. TIhe miangled corp's I
as no( longer to he reen:;nizetd. tJ
-:Jace~t ing~ens terra trunenstt.
Avaalsu:naqte hnmaris esaput:, et sine tnme C
*,,-Aidvancing, we come upon another boidy
-stretcedt' out at full letng'h, ini all thte mat.
linets of a genuine soldier. It is chaad in "
an oflicer's utniform. Thme brave youth is g)
* ' 'gaspin.g andgroaning in the last pulsatiotns
erof l:f. Al nsc....:s...s.. alt s.....:ilit. f
gone. A greenish substance interini
;led with clotted blood, oozes
riouth and nostrils.
-Iis facd is black and fnt'l or blo.l
His eye balls farther out th-tn when lie live
Staring flal ghastly like a straoged tan.
Ilis haired uapreared, his nostuils stretlc
His launds abroad displayed, as one th;
And tugged fr lfe.-Henry IV, Part I.
Long, heavy gaspings, and the most (t
arthly sounds proceed front his setisele.
irm. Three terrible sighs make th2 lien
nake. They are I ke nothing in natur
'hey are the last liollow groans of a sot
rugglin% to free itself fron the sharke
f mortality. They spring from an earti
form, but they seem to rise up to Hen
On such a picture, the eye could tr
mg rest. We closed the eyelids if th
allant oficer, * and made our way t
nother group of dead and wounded.
Under a small canopy, formed by
ldier's blanket and four muskets with th
ayonets fixed in the ground, rests a brav
td handsome youth. surrounded by nui
ers of the stain. lie is mortally wound
[I. The fatal ball had entered his ches1
ad gone entirely through his body.
vid paleness overspreads his whole physi
Ynony. His eyes glance in serious com
osure over the melancholy objects arotni
in among whoni he recognized some a
is dearest friends.le is aware of the as
i fate that awaits him-yet what resolut
termination is in that youthful counte
ince ! How full of expressive cal-nnes
id noble fortitude ? H ow composed il
to very presence of death ! As w
piroatch he, gently extends the han,
r affection, an-l with a smile ution hi
ps, exclaims, "have I not often told yoe
ncc ,he beginning of this Campaign,
rpected to be killed in battle?". We wel
-collected to have heard from him thi
rophetic remark; and as we callel t
iind our past associations with this gallan
oung soldier, the tears of sympathy an
>rrow fille-l our heart to overflowing. N,
tore, we thought, shall we enjoy his so
ial revelries, nor behold again his chival
c conduct on the field ol battle. Oh it i
heart rending scene to gee the bud i
outh nipped just as it is opening itnto tI
ill bloom of mnhuboo ;-t) s.-e the love
ness of vouthful valor about to take it
ight froin earth, by a sidden sumima-i o
enth ;-to see all the child- like sensibili
es of boy'iood struggling in tlt presene
fdeath with the sterner virtues of matar
ge;-in a word, to see the gentle qualitic
f a tender heart in their last cnmin01unid)
'ith the lofty impuls'es of genuine heroism
'hese form a mental picture, over whice
dwell, to meditate and to wonder. W
at somnelimoments in silent meditation I,
te side ofour young frieud, f amd thei
russing his hand in the sincere hope tha
e would recover, we left hii to his owi
.emni and awful reflections.
Near by, wo discover another frien
ready in the clasps od -ah. A faihflu
i-vant kunels'iver his handsominrin
iidinine even in -deaih-aid bedewsii
ir4lie'e with coplitius tears of Atienii.
e ,PP I his hn " ist' full ,1
elonimm ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 esu tas -ahemn
rtu nifd.heriac eeds ear tiejoun afil
rcrosved upon our :inaginationi. Hi
odest and unessunmng maniers-hi
3tnerous tat ure-his cool andi det ermni
mtnge-and his Iiergi( gall ntry otn th
eid of the recent hattle, camne frosh to th
ew, exciting our highest admiration atn
akinig nts feel with a sorrow ing heart th
lowv of his untiimely dleath. A few tmitn
tes before, those uoble limbs, displayel
all their mranly strcngth, tmoved on i
allatit strije against the thick ranks of th
(furia'ted foe, Those long golden lock:
oat tiow har.g carelessly around his ath
tie shtotlders, spread ont wildly tn th
reeze of battle; and those stalhwortht arms
felessly extended across his broati chest
ire t hrough the thickest of thiecomibam, th
sautiful bainnter of~ his company. An
nw nobly (lid lie bear it ! Buht ah.@! tha
)irit ff which put in exercise iah~s
tanly virtues, antTf all this heroin ondtc
fled ; is gone to visit its kitndred uature
the world of itnvisible beings ! Mayi
e happy and blessed
WVe rise to cotinaue otur way. On turn
ag arontnd, we behold the gallat Lieul
oneol oif the Regiment severely wnidtd
nd~ lyitng ini the midist oif nottmbers of hi
dlov soldiers ini the same situ'atiot. H i
spect wears a calm seriotusiness, anda
e abtnist silently shake handos, teurs
mspathy atid atl~hctiona rise in his cee
loov could ho' naze with iitdifference o
ie scenec before himt ? E xtetnded in fu
iew, lay all e kill atnd wounded
ie liegimaent,v ho, by this titmo, had bee
illected togeth 4~ his side was the gal
.nt Adjutant of tt e,~ gimnt, wnto ha
ivredl hi itself wvithi glory by a sever
'ontid in b~s cheek. At his fee't lay,i
to minttled crowtd, the noble forom of th
ich lamented Colonel, stretchtedt outi
wful granideur. Life~ tmust haeve depanrse
omi that noble baoy whent the Isempe
'as uniroolBid aid tlte heart tim an~d rest
tie. Every feature was maorked an
irn. D~eath was fixed itn every limb; b:L
had rnot traiusformecd the bold touthanes
is majestic personi. It seemed, trul y,oi
Shavo developed more fuolly the fino-pre
artions of his mianly statnre, Crowd
.cked to behotld the honored though life
sa body; atnd a feeling of awe andl respec
ppoared to inspire all uwho aipproachied i
erioiusniess andil melaticholy were tde piel
.1 in every cotuntenanice, and the teaors
aroiw fell tuhidl ini the greaitest protfosiot
Tro conttemplate the scene befoure us wn
ainfotl in the extreme. The sight oaf thb
loody bodjis all brtoghit together-i h
roaans of the badlly wanttndedol-:al th,
:ranige, abitiot supjerniatoural soun as ertia
aotngs fran those ini ith e st agonies
cat h. filled the initil wnh tl sttge anta
verphower.Cting i emotions. Thes, soundi
i-ne like :a deaitt koell ipotn the ear, ani
1taLt-d the heart with teairful senflinujola
uial:s, man:ity aind to mourn the los~s '
ace r best f iettok,
[But the :tind was called from its sol
run-reflttonts iby thtn new~ duties it wa
uw niecessairy to cutmmenico. To dispos
*Lietuteinant WViliamns, Company K. Ban:
t W. B. Brooks, Coampany D; Edgofiel
tt Lient. Dauvidl Adatms, Company D, Edg<
i- of Iid dead and 'o mini r a malch as
is .possible,, to-ihe conmforts of 'ho ioundied
began to occupy -i he hiefthflu sfeveryr
one. Now you could.see.i' arked aty
1. tentious of meismatesta ti'kind arid
generous acts of tried4 d" ,,Among
these, every eolTrt waso yOge useful.
Every garment that couldil'ispoed of,
was cheerfuliv -iven to make ib uFering
coinfortab!e; and the neighboring villages
were nll ransacked to procure for them a.
The Surgeons, also, were beginning
' their work. The sufferiog4 of many sum--.
mon them in overy direction. They are
pressed on every side. hIow anxiously the
poor wounded man gaze- npon thb excited
Surgeon as the latter passes him by to
attend to the more (angerous, or as he-.
approaches him to drels his wno-nd. or to
pronounce upon his case ! 'Is my wound
a dangerouw, you ihink. Dactor? warmly
" eiiires the sufrerer.' The Surgeon ex,
a and melancholy are depicted in his coun
e enance. A tear rises in his eyes. He
answers, 'your wounid is severe; it iq dan
gerns ; hut let its hope for the beer.' The
por fellow lookssad, but appears resigned.
To another, he replies. 'your. ares must.
come otf'-t> another 'your leg will have.
to he ampitated.' The men seem glad
the matter is no worse.
As the Surgeon apliproaches the slightly
wounded, quite a diff-rent scene appears.
All is good humor and gaiety. instead of
tte sombre seriousness caused by the pros
pect of immediate death, the Surgeon finds
the cheerful smile and gleeful joke.
The subjects of his care are merry as
crickers, and jest in -.vanton jollity on the
character of their woninds, and on the
cowardly freaks of the enemy. The rea
on is plain. A brilliant future is before.
them. The monster death stands off at a
distance. Thev have no fears of his grim
visage. They laugh at his timidity. The
Surgeon goes away amused and grarified.
He tells the happy suferers, he will dress
Iheir wounds to-morrow.
Night approaches, and the angry clou-Is
threaten torrents of Jain anti a heavy storm.
-Caerilei< sipra capnt antitit imber,
Noeten. hiemnjtte ferens.-HJrace.
The most active ellirts are made to store
away the wonilet in iti n.tjoining Ha
cienda. The building is capaciout ; but it
f will scarcely contain all: for here also are
fihe wrounded ofthe Itngiment. Necessity,
however, has no laws. All are packed in
-thick and crowded. The blood of one
mingles with the blooi of another; and the
groans of all unite to form one deep. low 1
murmur that 6119 the houise. But theI
weather is cold and amttp, and there are
no beds and few blankets. The supply
train with all the camp equinage is tell
moiles distant. What is to be done ? Fair
tunarely a room of the Hacienda,. in
ihich ib prnisoners are qnrlered, is half
filled with straw. With- this the fIoor i*
overspreaj, and the wounded men laid out
Au w ins properly the hot-104k i
of the.Surgeons. 7 a -V
of bandages are. rapidly ap.ened.- ,n,,'1
4the-shar gisiombataorsurgrfe -
I ..,4 ~'' - I - "' raela.
ld;i (t.f te sig h-of t hose,, f ths
Soouplri flen;nipeari reterriteu, t.an
they fiad iefa by itilfts 6f1he elieliy -
But~ uiton6'e'd, -the' DOetiA -b'e-in their
work. ' They dre3s.'they jbiiey am
put ato. The Hlneietri;u is -converted into
a very slatughter-pen. Al scene of dire.,l.
fol havoc ensues, in comnparison with
which, the baittle grouind loses nmre l1han
half its borror. Thea floars and' wals are'
-coveredl with land anldmember-s oif the
hurmati body. Fingers, arms, legs, flg in
Severy dirctiont. The whole honse is fted
with thegrootis rof the unforitie sufferers.
T1o a truly setnstive .heart, the 'scenes
above described (anmLthey are, we think,
trite to na~tu re) atnnot but create reelings
of dlisgutt t~We- horrirs of a blorady war.
Whlo that has ottce seen them couldl ever
wish to have them reptiuted I Is it a tri
I d ~a~ntler to) see young men cut sudden
ly of in the uhey day of their existence.ito
tobs rveie paintful emnnlions caused by
Ssurgical operation I and io listen .to uhe
groans of the dying an:l the suiffering ? We
woutld greatly dontht the sincerity of him,
who. -after witnessing such scenes, should
tle. If we unlioved haimi to be sincere, we
wvoul d he comiipelledl, alsoi, t, believe him
a dlevoid oft the proiper feelings of or nature,
M IA RLBOROiUGil.
Sometin E xtarinty- Ca
lestn Mreur ofthe 1stinstantsays;
D in the entire dyyesterday. no't a
. aeo Co'lon wats ohinour mnawket.
tThuis wye thtink is wvithoul a parallel irn the
history ofthe Cotton busimness in ourr ciry
Iat this season of theo year, antI is oneo of
the esablislttnent of the TIelegraph. .
a Green Pea~s -The~ New-York papers
e are revelling in the an:ticipationi of Grteen
a Peas by tie C'marle~toni steainer<. They
I are alreaudy tn our uttirket, and we h:td the
r pleasure of prart icipasin ini h a mess 'f this
. delicasy, at a dioner given biy the ib aerunan
1Society on Fr'idlay lu4o, wh~ich was got uip
t iu Lee's best style.-Chtar. Mercuryj,
A platindigenoteus to California, called
cha rnculugia, has bteen lately introduced in.
s to ltahe . Sta tes. It is regardedi l'y . the
.Mexicatis and Cahfo~rnians its a panlacca
fi fr all evils anid distempters to wic ah lhey
.may be exposed. Its etmeccy itu enrinag
.diseases has been wcll tested.-Suth
s The Albanyv Evenitig Joarnal sayv:
."Twenty fivut cents silver coins, so adi
e rably counterfeited that the eyes cannot
detect then'. atre ini circulation. One
-showrnInt nwon Sat 'rday, promfesling to
f tave bieen coinied 1816, rings flske, utr ii
I conl not be ism inuguishied from the coina
s ges of thre real mnint."
-.Illness of lon. Janus A. Black.-We
:tmounctre: with deep regret that the Hin.
Jsm--s A. Bbeks, mecmbher of Cmongress
-frm this S,.ite, is extre-nelv ill a' Wash
e ingloin. The IHon. It.. A. Tontmbs. mem-~
B ther of Conigresss from -Geotgia, piassed
through hero yesterday, and' w'e usnder
'stand that he considered the~ caise of Mr. B.
a very cri tical one when 1he lefl Washiog
ton. . We trust.t hat .the,nezt accounts may
.be of a more favorable character.-C/tar.
Crier,; 2ot ;,,t
LATER FROM MlEXICO.
Vrig ary Jane, Cp1),. Hus
bri iinframilherdity if Mix
n t0 e "3i'nIt st't tes that
kp ait .aeCdrunts fro n'Quar1arr, only
35,10*ui iind tO Sena'oi-j had assem
kled-a bfr the space. or 1.5 days
thr the famer and two of the latter
GT Choe bary, the members of
ihe, Ayuntamitento, or City Council of
Me st a.Coinmitiee to the Armeri
iW n e'riior. resiggiti tdheir plitces.
.1e Americano of the 17th Feb.
Ir . inielligence had been received
y uteeri from Zrcatecas. decl er
ng, judaiajara, Jalisco San Bias
i~fid .places had jprononnced in f'avor
ith foship of Snta Annn. and a
ai peace with the Uniteil S.
Rsten9i eparntments are of the
am and that it was expecied
siiii would join the army, directing
lis.ca1e -towards 'Tehuaniepec. Accor
lin e"same joirtal, Gen. Alvarez
ap pqnoufed in favor ot Santa Anna's
liet ia -N, 0. Delta, 191 inst.
.Dii. of Co1. S. H. Butler.-We learn
viih tie most sincere regret (says Tall .-i
iasse loridiun of Saturday 1ast) that
i. Simosun H. Butler died at his resi
len'e'nii Maldison county, on Thursay
arPertolan last, the 16th inst. Col 1, was
tiat'e of South Carolinn, where fhe had
illed iiporiant public siaaiors, having beon
lecisl to Congress, and served his State
.ih'eldit and honor. He removed io
'loriiiseveral years since.
is i"U'oiible ?-A writer in the Norfalk
%rLus."fMbi the eastern shore of Virginia,
elaica liiident that occurred ts i
r that part of Virginia,
bout w e u, which strongly all us.
rated'the i t ad fanatical spirit o' the
imes. The writer says: "In travellio
inrth' he had oceasion to stop a nihIat in
renion, N. J. and was refused ad missin
nio ofie caf the first hotels of the city. be
aus"he 11as a Southern man !! s M)
rien4 had a lady under his charge, and is
a geiitleman whose urbane manners and
>reidseing appearance should comm anI
spect and courtesy among any c hiliz.d
SALI SDE. --Several acres of Mt
tdins, at Cincinnati, commnenced !,lid
ing on .Thursd:ay night weelt, ove
viaming llign.,tre"t,and checking upon
he'walls of the hoius of Mr. Smith,
3.-E'lwards, and Mr. Trowbridge, n:tk
iarilide otfabout two hundred feet.
riaiihies have left their houses, as
lin a r chs gradually encroaingtt
S a na and the Conueita.--T n
V, ti '6o the seizure by, Santa Annia
ta-isir $2.090.000, the pro
~ B~i is1 -merchants1.oon after..
it ;;Ippa'rancenift.Adxico, aiI corr,.s
in df L9 'NIIW O iissEvening
pompvm naf s n* )fta ipad d
i't $2,G00;0iO' bbt lie tool with
anciirrentce nd biy tbin o cid of the
~iisliy.are'manuic " **
Yt stI i ijiaqei of thiis $2O0000
i .y.oery wvilt biegiyens anja."
Imsprisonmenzt for Fines.-By a g
f Notv> YMrk, any. -person who sflrallt
arve bnena fined,' and is imprisoned foart
ton-paytnent of such line, each day's
mpridonnent of su- h pierson shall liqui
late .$S of fines so imaposed."
The . business of Montgomery and
West Poi1;ailroad, wvithins a year, has
acreased its income 50 per cetnt. More
hawthalf of thn whole income on thec
-od is derived from gassengers.
Skoes.-fThe Boaston Trav'eler says,
'Weihave often heard fathers of largc
amilies complain of the expense of
teeping; their latamilies in shoes. Uncle
um no -doubt, realizss this trouble
very fully. A fe w days since he 'va s
ab aut Boston buying shoes for .th at
oratich of h is f amily whlic:h is in M ex i -
3, and "e utnderstatnd that he parthas
'd 80.000 p air of kip brogtns ax about
0 cents pair.
Britisk West Inlies.-The red uce-d
rater, of labor, atdopte~d a fewv mioths
since thtrought sonie of' the West Ind it
Islands, utppeat to' have et with lit tle or
no approbation. The greatest discon
tent paeyails, and in mamy plantations
scenes ni outrage have been perpetrated.
At Gienada, ad at Domnarara, the ha
brers hitte not only struck work, but
havo proceede~d to acts of insubordina
tion utnd 'iiolenace which wvere deemetd
suicient to warrant the aid of the mi
ittary. At Gaiorgetown, on rhe 21st,
considerabile excitement prevailed. Sev
eral acts-of tocendiarism had been per
petrated. atnd a, proclamation had been
pubishod by tihe Governor, 00'ering a
r~awardl fothtle conviction of the guilty
parties, and ctonnselling the laborers to
be or-derlyfand contented wIth the pro-,
posed reducetion of teir wages.
Mr. George C. Davis, of Cincinnati
l~as invented a new Trelngraphlic instru
rnent, on an entirely otiginal plan.
Wth it thie-inventor is of optom that an
1rdttndry aperator can transmit, wiih
aase and ~etainty, 150 letters per mint
te, & ilhliocoesperr,one hundred and
iighty or niinety, all nf which can be read
witht ats muchfacility asordinary wv iting;
and without-the least possibility of mis,
takinag onieletter for another. The numn
ser of chtaractet s ordhinarily transmit ted
n a minute,"with Professes Morsn's in
tum'en il we beli''ve, some whtere be
ween sixty ,and eighty, although-a much
arger mtia lahs been w'rit ten by some
f the mIrore. expert operators.--Balt,
NJ.:w Yonrc. March 20.
The newa by the CamrUia hn lhad
depressing efiect'on-Cotton-, and the ten
Iency seems t'o be 'downwitards.
There liq hoen flit little dlonein Flour
tho~h holders gniinuoe to-lani firm.
Preparations are makin!! for French ant
Irish mflPItings, conro or o Revo.
lution in France.
Nrw OnLAS., March 16.
The Cotton markm agirp: sales from
I I to 12,000 hales; ruotations low to good
middlinz, 71 n 7j.
Sugar mnrket qiier. and no change in
former priceis; fair 5j to :3.
Nothine later from Mexico.
Died, on Ole 1st inti. at itie lionse of
ir. Sa-nel Brooks, of this Village. Mrs.
Sarah V.. virf, of Wi. E. Churchill. of
New York, in the 37th year of her age.
(7 We are anthinrised tm announce P.
C. YANCEY. BEijr.. na a caodilate for a
seat in the flonse of Itepresentntives, at
the ensuing election.
March 29 te 10
(U1TIhe fllome Mission Boarl of Ohe
Eu-lefl-Ad Haptist Asscijatnion will m-et at
Bethany Iiptist Churrh. near Liberty
Hill, on Saturday before tho fifth Lnrt'
Day in April, at 0 o'cloick. Preaching to
commence at II o'clock, and to be C0n
iin ned onl L'erd' s Dav.
W. Bi. 3011.ViSONX. Chair'm.
Maich 27 21 10
New B)Iat andtl Shoe
T1 HE Subcrihers would respectfully in
form their friend. anil the puiblic
gncrillv, that ilpy are carryiig on thie
Boot uad Shoe M1aking Business, in all its
branches, at their Shop in Pottrsvile;
whe-e they are fully prepared to execute
sill work i i heir lii with nearness ando
Being engaged in the TANNING busi
nless, (near the same place.) and manu
facturing the greater part of their own
Leather, they feel confident in saying. that
they will work ce6aper th-in any other
establisihment of fhe.kind in El:efield Dis
trict. Good Hile. at all tities, will be .
ken in exchange for Leather or Shoes.
B. CORLEY, 4
March 25 4t 10
RoBERTs' Celebrated Cheapest
unmer Clothing and Panama Hal: !
vaistcoaits 75 cents to S2 each,
'Puants $1 59 to 83 a pair,
Qoats $1 50 to SI 5)-ench'
Good quality, r at2~50 each,
JgesLs ." 0at 350:~~o
Silk"lifid 95f' SG.-d0'A:i4.
Patu laf lat P i
M eWS commni at .l8 centbteach.
Boys' at in-5 '
Boys' etra 'n. 50 1 ".w
Leglhorn fHats. ..
Fine e uaiity, blen's at $2 75 each.
Exctra " ". 53
Silk ined " .93-50
Newo Drugs and Medicines.
Philotoken, -t new'i s plly,
JI'imp Magnesia die
Sainds' Sairsiparnilla dlo
Ring Nutrsinig Douitles do
Orris Root do
Spanish Float Indigo do
Mnenabiloy Snuf'i - do
Poland Starch d'e
.Crarks' Matches do
linsbands' M ;,nesia do'
Beaiuam of Fir do .
Santd Soap for clentsitg the Skin.
And ant extensive assortment of useful
Drugs and Paltent Aledicines.
Factory Yarti, frmn No. 5's op to No.
l2's, all the numbhers at S75 cnts a
it. s. RiEnRTS.
March 23 2t 10
MHItiils & GimmBilmiss
10I LORI IE) .\lit-lo from t2A to 50 per vdl.
Fitiest Linien Ginighames ev er setn, at :37.3
Cotton Giughamw, from5t till- per yand,
BI1i.k, wti'e and sthite careid t~U.sa. 9 pr f.,r $1
5 pair for S1.
el issi- hite an:te1 cor Ino.e dia'.-rent prices
G-etnt'muen's hlit hues. 9 pi i r for S9I,
Ch'tildre'n's Leather Belt<a. &ic.
RE.\DY MAXDE CLOTIIING;.
1 New York and Ph iladelpthia Prices.
Rleutld tmade' Vests. from 50) centst n to $3.
Reidy tnodle 'itut-ldIons fromut 75 cants to .$7.
Rteauty mvid' Soim-ner Coats from S1.23 to SI1G.
Rte-dy imtite fiii Shirt~s Iromt 50 cents tii $3,
Bead tat if you can.
F'or sah- bey J. COUN.
Matrch 22 St U
Bacon and Lard.
O59ps 9 LtS.of13.ACONandi LARD
fir sale chieap for Caish. by
tmarch t ti 6* I
Jt Rlaberts' Cta rla Store.
W VEET Jratmges, f'nei andc latrge size,
New York Applesa
In reference tie thoe I ha~vn only to say that
mty aissertmeniit is very comp jlete ad will com-i)
pare with anly itt prices. ss u/most 41 ilmy largo
and beaiitifiul selelctioni lately arri ved. was
boughit fir Cash, particular( my domiestics- to
whiche irvi te attetntion.
G ROC E RIES.
The finest Con'eet li imark,-t It0 poiunds for S;,
The fittest Sugar in miarket 11 pounds fur $I,
Good Sugar le pouinds for S1.
Next week I expeCt some lower tn price, say
15 pounds for SI.
Is calledl to the tfact that owing~ to scarcily of
money ini the Northern Markets. and which is,
felt encry. ivlhere, goods have come oit .dhargul
otcethtis Spring phan thiey have b~een known
for years. which I; at- least, am deste'rmmied to
ive the Public the benefit of, came and try.
. R. S. RIOBE.RTS.
4. f ,,
Tax CoUeto' e
-WILL attend-at the tinee arid places here
inalner specified, to collect.the General' -
Poor. nud Road Ta., foi the.yeir.1e47, viz.
At Smyleys Mond'ay 27th Mlarch,
Altins Tuiesdny th "
. K.Johnston's Wednesday9uhl "
" Krep's Friday 3ot
" P. IHous.te. Saturday,, ]st April
" dgefield C. If. Monday 3d,
RIando'fs. Tueesday 4th -
" Graniteville. WadnesdiOa 5t i,
I'Il 141Bch ida, Thnirday 6th
Hamburg, Friday 7th "
' Gei,,er'-s. Satuirday: 8th.
" Wihtman's S. H. Ma'niay ]Otto
Colbter's, Tueslaiy I Itl
lIed Hill. Wedeaial-ay :2th
Sanel's. Thersday 13th "
"Frehmids. Fridlav Wdihl "f
' Lihety lill. Siinr.ly 15th
" Shatterfiell, Mlonday 17th
"Shppardl's, - Tutesdlay -'18th "
" linnton.'s. * Wedanesdaay'19th, ".
Dora's. Thursday 20th
Moore's. Friday 21st
I". Coape's. Satird:y 22a -
Coleman's ;,l Roads.Monday 24:1. o
Perry's y Runds, Tuesday 25th
Norri-' Thursiday 27th
"iMr. W'ilingv, y,-idlay 29th"
" lcher ven's Saturay 20th
Edlgefield C. II. Mllondav Jat May,
l'gelile1 C. L. .Tuein'y 2d '
After whtici my books will close for the
. QULATTLEBUM, T. E. D.
March 22 3t 9
?3 lE Commissiners tan the I)owner Fand,
... wold hreboy notify the public. that they
h:ive completel a cemaodions edifico for the ne
c-a1riarisdai.,mi of indiaent Orphans of Edgeflield
iisirict, at Bunch Lland; andlhave procured
tha services ofa competent individual to talike
chaigeo es o e. Th're Fundd enjet to aII
rointroel will honrd, clothe, ald eiiucnte Ten or
Twelve Children per nnum, limited to the ages
afilsi-v'eii ,r faurtecn years. We Will give the
prefereme tl those Orphans that are destitute of
both parents, prvidedl we can proctre a siffi
ciet itiher i' aplimenits of' that class, other
wise we will admeiit thost- destitute of either
parent, for which due notice will begiven. Ap
pli.-nut fhrndi.<ion., will he required to furnish
testuinonija.I, sianed by two or n.mie responsible
persons. certifying- that they nre destiknte, o'
both parents. that they nre in indigent. dircum
siancies, and Iheir respective age . The Chil
ofren will he subject to) no expense afler entei
ing that ilstilion.
M. G A SH IN,
D. ARDIS, Commissioner'
G. 11. MILLS,
Beach Ila nd, March 8, 18.18.
.!T . C O4YS
Cheap Cash Sjore,
S IllPENTINI' . Soap n9cita bar,
N. Bet Starch 112.1 a pan'ud cr9 lif. for $
Gratnll Pepper.O4 entrfapp
Fresh Saliiratit 12 ients t pind, -
Spe&and-rallow Candlei, - .
Masceael very.cheap5 '& in t:.''- ' i
Sugar IO0 andl 12 pomad*gjforL$1 -'
a A,5 Ne.w 'aarle
Ply ..5*Y W04" A 1 .1"
q. Nutc'mr dccat-a r:'"e' to n.
theyv a h to save cost and ahllin ahech
wvit.neu~a afagis9ta ~ ' sdp .pa
tiazt timemne aotilo nry cost ;a~.tnystikay
m1 )ieftok'n~ iners.
- M WM~LARY.
Coldnnt 'd R-ad~s ' lac 13 umto 9 -
Fresh Gr ocerles,
UG A RS.- Collae.' M ln-eseai. Yiine ratr,
~L:unp Oil, Tallow.~ Sperm,;and Aaan
Itmpetrial,. Hy'aon and Black Tea-s,.Rice, &..
Jnst re.cived 'andi for sale by
C. A. MfEIGS.
Mtaarche22 tf - 9
Mir ATE!lEMAICAL instentment-a, foir the'
LV.use cC Schools, a few onily left,
Childrte's Knives and Forks, law.y,
lirat I1.'la, a very neat nrticlec,' at 50 eems,
C'olfee~ Mills, a very good atiCl. at 374;
Carriage Whips friom 50 ets lip higher,
P'ole andl Nail IHaamnrs 25nsna 37k.
Shinvela 62) centts. -h atcerts 50) centts,,
50 poituil Steelyardls at 62& cents,
tO00 " - 75 centls.
Wil enmany othier articles wvhichwill be sold'
l,rni at the ebenpe)Lst Cashi Store, by
Mlarch 21 - S -. 9 -
State ot' South Carolina.
ABBEV l D)ISTRICT.
Dr. FIaac Ikranch )Dill Io E'urecluswrc
vs. Moarigage of
Rbort .\1. lanti. Leand. .
~' T apetaring~ to miy s tisfaction t'intt Robert
Il )Iana the d--tfseant in this case, i-a
withiaent thme limiits ofahis State, ont lotionn, or
deid... that ha. ie, :eype-tr. ratnaswer, plenad or.
demttur. to the n-ial Uill wvithiin threa moeneths
Ire' m the dean- aaf th' e pubilaion hereof, or the
. smid bill wili bae taken. pro confr.ssoi against himt.
I1. A. JONIN, C. E.. A. D).
Abbteville C. II...31arah 13. 1 3.. $
The Splendid .Jack
T 11P * C 21N0 1?.
UT 1IL st.iaal the ensuing season at the
t he 13th of Mareba, at Le wis Curry's, TLhos.
It. Rkees's and aet the residenco ad' the
Sub-tlscriber, nt the fll>wing low termts,
SS3. to insture .1 Mlare in farnt. if~ paiel before
liualiting, or SIO, to insure a live caola.
March 8 3t 7~'IR
IT II Sibscr~wr inefirmes his l'rienida and thec
public,.that hte is prepraredl to Boardl chil-.
dr.-n gsiint to School at the Poatersville Acadle
icy. i I.'i-e tdallars pert maonth. Pairents anid
aothers placintg thea'ir chrildrent undler his care,
that their wansits will tie strietly attaendedl tan.
jannutary I-1 tf 51
L 1L persons hravintg sany dlem-indsangai'st'
.ie estteof aJ~uae S. Pope.dea'd., are re
qutestedl ter preseant themia prroperly attested, a it'
ins nur ietention to pnf thtem'nas lastfl as our col'
haectioins maiay ennhhi eus; Anda till persens itt
debted' to sad estate are reqnosted to mtake
paynitltt.TIJOS. IT. POPE,
J. H1. VI.LSON,
,latn. I - ef . -4'