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[The" Marseillaise" has been once more re
vived by the exciting news from France, and
is played and .tung wherever the intelligence
has gone. We give an old. but admirable
translaetion of this splendid national lyric. Our
teaders no doubt, remember the romantic story
of its comuosition by Rouget de Li-1e. related
by La'nnreine, in the - History of the Gioon
Ye Sons of France awake to Glory,
[lark, hark, what inyriads bid you rise;
You chilren, wives and grandsires boary,
Behold their teats and hear their cries.
Shall hateful tyrants, mischief breeding,
With hireling hosts. a rutfi'in band,
Affright and desolate the land.
While P'eace and Liberty lie bleeding ?
To arms! to arm'iye brave!
Th' Avenein Sword unsheath !
March on. march on-all hearts resolve!
On Liberty or Death!
Now now the dingero:s rortm ia rollanr.
Which treali'rois Kings confederate raise
The dogs of war let louse are howling,
And lo! our fields and cities blaze.
Andt shall we basely view the ruin,
White lawless f.rce with uttlty strile
Sp'reads des.tlation fat and wide
With crimc and blood his hands mubrning?
With luxury a'id pride surrounded.
The vile insatiate destots dure
Their thirst or gold and power unbounded
To mete and vend the light and air.
Like beasts '.fburden would they le-ad tie,
Like tyrants bid their slaves adoie;
But man is man. and who is more ?
Nor shall they longer lash and goad us.
0. L.iber;y ! can nan resign thee.
Onces having fel: thy gen'rius fminie
Cia dtungeons, bolts and bars confine thee,
Or whip thy noble spirit tmtie I
Too long the world has wept. bewailimg
That ralsehood'a daguer tyrants wie+l;
Beut Freedom is or sword and shield,
And all their arts are unav ailing.
ORIGIN OF THE MARSAILLAIi
The following account of the Nation.
al Hymn of~Ito French is front Lamar
tinet's History of the Giroidins :
The llatseillaise retains the echo o
a song of victory and also of a cry o
death it is glorious as one, dismal as ti
other. Linre is its origin:
There was at that titte, (1792)
vouno artillery officer in ga-" risot a
Strasbour,. His name was R'oij--t di
Lisle. He was boon at Louis-le Saul
pier, in the Jura, a country of medita
tion and energy, as are all nounrtlt
districts. This young man loved was
as a soldiir, and the R volu:ion as :
thinker; he bemguiled by vetses and mu
sic the weary impatience of the gat ison
Iuch sought alter for his double talen
of musician and poet, he frqtuented fa.
niliarly the house of Dieteech, thi
Mayor of Strasbourg and a patriot Al
satian. Dietrech's wife and daughter,
partook in his enthusiasm for patristisn
and the revolution. Titey loved ihi
young officer ; they gave inspiration ti
his heart, his p.ietry, his music. Thej
wvere tho nist who performed his scarce
ly unfolded thoughts, full of conftdence
in- the early hispings of hia genlme.
.lt was in the winter of 1-792. Fa.
mine raged at Strasbourg. Dw'trech's
house was poor, and his tabit. frugal
b-r hospitably .pen, to Roujet de Lysle
The young oflicer seat-d himself thter.
night and morning, like a son or bi oth
er of the family. One night there wvas
onrly garrison bread and a fewt slice's ci
smoked htam on the tab'e~ ; Dietrech,
looking at De Lis'e wi:h 8 milanchioly
serenity, said :
"Tere is a hltck of abu idancn at
our m,.:ds ; but whtat nmatters if there be
no lack of enthusiasm at our civic f-sti
vals, or of cour age in the hearts nii uur
soldiers !-h bave still a last bottL- of
wine in my cello.:. Let it be br-,ueht,
said he to one of his daug~hters. and let
us drink it to liberty and nur cotuntry.
Strasbourg wvid soon harvi to celebrate a
patriotic ceremony, and D. Lide must
find in its drops tone of these hynrs
watch carry int., the soul of the peopl:
that intoxication from which it has
The young girls applandred htis words,
brought the wino, anti ft led the~ glasses
of iheir old father anid the young oflicer
untili the lignocr was exha~usti'd. It was
mtdnight; thet night was cold. Do Lisle
was e dreitm'r ; his heart was *ffectied ;
his h- ad was heated. The cold seiz- d
ripen him ; with unsteady steps he enwe'
ed htis solitairy chamnber. Hie sltwly
sought inspiration, now in the- heatmrg of
his. citizen heart, now tin the ke'y oif is
pitno;. now composinig thte air before
thte words, now thre words before the
air; and in such a manner assoctating
therm in his thoughits, th.it lhe could not
himself sty which was cieated fist,
music or verses, until it was impossible
to separate the poetry fiom the expres
sion. He sang all, wrote nithting.
Overpoweredl by this sublime inspira
tieo., Ihe felI asleep with his head on the
piano, and dlid niot awake till dlay. The
song of the night returned to htismem..ry
wvithi difficulry, like the imipressioni in
some dream. Heu wrote down words
and miusic, and hastened to Dietrech.
Hie inndl hinm in his garden ditgging up
winter I ttures.-Then old patriot's wife
and dauch'ers had not yet u sen,. Die
trech awoke them, and sent for some
friends, like himself, passiona;tely fotnd of
music, and capable of p'.rforming it.
Rloujet sung, Di'-trech's eld st daughter
accompanied him. 4t the first stanrza all
their countenances grew pale, at the se
cond tears flowed; at thre las: s'ainz t, lhe
wildness of enthusiasm burst forth. Di -
trechi' wife and daughters, iho 01(d man
hinsedf, his f- i.-ds, [te young offieer,
thre w t.hemselvee weeping intt each othi
er's arms. The' hymin of thn conn'ry
w.es found!-But, alas! it was also des
tinod to be the~ hymn of terror. Unifor.
u.nte Dicti.e..1a rcs ...h --.r,wa..
ed to the scaffold to the sound of these
very notes which had sprung forth front
the heart of his friend and the voices of
his daughters. U
The new song, performed several
days aft.-rwards at Strasbourg, flew from a
town to town, to all the popular etches- a
tras. The Malrs-'dlais spread iL through i
F;aice by si-aging ;t on theit way t.. Pab. I
ris. Ftom this came the name of Mar
Tee old mother of De Lisle, a royal
ist, terrified at th.- echo of her son's
voice wro"e to him, "1 What is this revo
lationary hymn which issung by a horde
of brigands travrliing France, and with
which thy name is assoaciated?" D.- Lisle
himself, proscrihad as a royalist, shad
dared as h. he- i it resound in his ears
as a menace of teath, who- flymng along
the tattways of the higr. Alps.
" What do they cnll this b) me?" de
tin'neei he of his guide.
" The Alarscillaise," replied the pea.
It was thus that he learned the name
of his own wo:k. He was putsued by
the- enthusias-t which he had sown be
hind him H,- escaped d. ath with dif.
6 ul-y. The we-apon tut ns against the
hand which ha< foiged it. The Revo
lu;ion in its m d.t.ss no longe-r recog
nized bet t wn voice!"
THE SUM OF RELIGION.
[il, that fI as the Lord of heaev'-n and
and ea th, walks humbly befoue him, and
thankfully lass hold of the messages of
redemption by J sus Christ, and s'rives
to express his thankfulness by the sin.
cerity of obedience, that iv, sorrow with
.ll his soul when lie comes short of duty;
that walks watchfully in the denial of
himself, and dares not yield -o any lust
or known sin: he that, if he fails in the
least measure, is restless till lie has m-ade.
his peace by true repentance ; that is
F true in his promises, just in his dealings,
r cl; itable to tho pool, sincere in his de
votton ; that will not deliberately dis,
honor Gad, .lthougih with perfect secu,
rity from t-mporal punishment ; 'hat
has his hopes and couveisation in heav
en ; that d 're not do any thing usjust
ly, although ever so much to his atdvan
tage ; and all this because he so firmly
believrs Him that is invisible, and fears
him because he loves him-fears him as
well for his goodness a, his ere atness
such a ttan, whether he be an Episcopa
liian or a Pseshyterian, an Indepettdent
o An.:-B.piist: whether he we-ers a
<urplice or wears none'; whether he
kneels at *he communion, or. for con
science' sakes-stands or sits, lie hath -the
life of Religion in: him, -and- that- life
acts in him, an:i.will cotform his-soulto
the image of his: Savior,;and go along
with him to eternity, notwithstanding
hiis practice, o1 things itidifTerent - .On
the other side, if a man fears-notthe
Eternal God, commits sin with presump
tion, can da ink to excess, lie, swear vain
ly or flsely, loos~ely break his promises,
such a man, ab~haugh he can cry doon
Bishtop, or cry down Pre.:byteay; al
ahbugh~l he be resbapt ised every day, or
dlecJaimz againtst it as heresy ; although
hit fast ah; Len', or f.as' not ot of pre
*ince of avoridinag supr-ts:itin-.et, not
withstonamne the-se aend a thoeusantd nioe
exateral conf'mmities tor Z alo'us opp..si
tion ol them, he wvants tie life of Reli
gon.- Chief Justice Hale.
6,000 lbs. Bacon & Lard.
5UST retceiv-d a large tot of sup erior Ba
con, winch will be sold tow for geash.
y A. WILLIAMS.
M ay 17 tf 17
New Boot and Shoe
Ml A UFACTORY.
wate prof, alkng, res. antientr. thr
HEAD QURTERS. I
7th Re.''. S. C. M. s
M ILL VILL .4jApril 10, 1848.
FROll and after the fit-t of May nest,
L'alt Comamissionedt Officers of the
Line, and Commitaiimed atnd non-corn
missioed Officer. of the St:'. will appear
on all public duties in fIl uniiformn (except.n
on 'he dlays of Bnttallion and Regimental i
Omier Drills) or he subject to the pennl I
ties of 'he la w, as defnsed by the 138th |*
See. 32d pace of thte Militia Law, of the iL
Py Order of Col. 0. D. Utms. ti
C. A MEIGS, Adjutant.
- - . -- SI
STATF. oF SOUTH CA ROLINA.U
IN TH E~ COURT OF ORDINARY. a
BY JOH N IIILL. Esq , Ordinary of -
Whereas Jacob Pow, bath applied to
me for Letters of \udminisra'ion. ton all
and singular the gonods and chattels, righ-s
and credits of Johp Pow. late of the
Distriet aforesaid, deceased.A
These are, 'herefoare. to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the said deesed, to be aid a ppear
befbre me, at our next Ordinary's C.ourt
faor the maid Dirica. to be holden --i Edge.
field Court hiouse oni the 5th day oft Jane
nest, to show cause, if any, whly the said 51
admninistration should not he granted.
Given unider my hantd and seal, this the
22d day oft May. in the year of our Lord
onte th.-ustind eight hundred and forty.
eight and in seventy-second year of Amer
JOH N H ILL, o. z. D. at
ma 24 2tf
Cheat and grow rich.
r H1S has been the secret principlkof tof
many of the Wholesale Dealers in Tea
p to tns time, and they have practised the
Lust shameful imposition on thacountry mer
Rant, without any fear of detectio'u. But
new era in the trade has come and the
'ekin ea Company claims the honor of its
itroduntion. They wer.- the first to raise the
lanner of Reform, on which it has inscribed
me simpie words,
PURE TEAS ATHONEST PRICES."
A complei revolution has beets the conse
uence. Let cuanimeri of Tea everywhere
,olt .t what we have done.
1. We were the first to send them Tea' that
sed to be -:alled too good for them before.
2. We have driven out ol'the market a vast
mountpf trash, and introduced a be'ter clas' of
Peas thati has yet ever been sold. Importers
I Tea often conie to us to get tor their ow a
ise, and for their frienda, the tine qualities they
at, fi.id iso where else. .
3. ve have reduced prices more than 25
ter cent. both in Black and Green Tens. Thme
whole sale gmucers say we are ruining the
rade, and eail us humbugs. This we have
lone already. and now see what we are ready
1. We will sell reas by the single chest, half
hest, or 14 lbs. box. at the same price that
vholcsale grocers pity to the ir.porters when
hey buy by the humdied packages.
2 The wholesale gr'ocers always alows 13
or 14 th. titre to the half chest. This is a cheat!
N e will almow. in moat instances, 15.r 16 lbs
are on the samne.
3.' mv, e heiehy undertake to sell every kind
f Tea from six to twelve cents per pound chee'
cr than the whluie.,aie grocers do.
. Hew can you do this?" asks the'country
nerchait. This is our answer. We "are con
ent with7 per cent. profit, instead of 25 and
o per cent. a ta wholesale grocers.
Ai English Importer lately boastedto us that
te could make more moemmy by sending bad
leas to the New York market than "ooel Teas
We are resolved to ouerthrow this (gaud, and
now cal upon agents in every town in the
United St-tea to come forward and bay the
l'eas imported by the Pekin Tea Gompany;
tud we pledge ourselves that if in six months
hey do not sell more Tea than the oldest amid
argest dealers in the town, we will give them
mr Tea without charge. This is plain Eng
ish. and cannot be misunderstood. We ap
eal mor testi.mony to the immense success of
)ur Agents in every part of the United States.
Agents wanted in every part of the United
States, ior tne rale of those Tes by which
hey can m.ke money, and confer a benehit on
he public by supplying the pure article.
CATALOGUE OF TEAS.
On sale at the IVar Houses of the Pekin Comp.
75 & 76 Fw.roN wraar. N. Y.
The Teas mentioned in this catalo;ue are
lone ip m11 quarter pound, half pound, and one
pound packages; the first or insie wrapper is
lead, the second is water proof paper, and the
hirt or outside wrapper is of Chines:rice pa..
per. Th-. coempany sell imoe but Good Teas,
June up in this superior manner, all of them
roiwn in the most luxuriant distritsi d'China.
Lmountry dealers may select as small aquantity
at each kind ..s they like, and have thempack
d in one chest. These lems also cidsti five
sound packages, called 'qiotatins ~ eory
onvenient, fancihtl and portable sha t
Persons residing in any part of tls ;Wated
States or Canada ant ordet. any oflir Teia.. in
his catalogue, by letter, in quantitts to smut
heir wishes. We pack them in Ub se flox.
us. an'd deliver them.to the 'fiurward M er
:hant free (ront charge for. jiacKiigr rtage.
Pbe money sliould alwayiu accompany the ore
fer. : .
Young Hyson, good, 38
"C " sweet, 50
"f"ine cargo, ;. 70s
" " extra tine, - 574
u -siiver leaf. I 00
Silver Le-f. &ldm sold even by large dea'
era, because iof the very simnali proflis umade on
is sale. This is a veil smiperior' Tea.
Golden Cheap chopm, plantlation or garden
Golen chopm. This is the fiuet Green Tea
utuivatedi in chaia- It as of time birat pickings.
nd exe. Is all otner Greeni TVens for its dehiea
y .f aor. strengthi amid nrome. Heretoi'ere
ima Tlea has never reached this counitry, ex
epi in small tots, as presenits to i.auportere.
Hlyson, very bine, 75
Gunpowder, good, * 00
"msmall lea f plant. gr.. 1 25
Imperial, gomod, 75
ee brisk ad iraigranti, 1 00
"ecunomns leaf, very auperidr, 1 25
Hymun atimi, good line flaveor. 35
Houchong., gieom, lull flavur, 38
" ine, 56
"~ vrmy superior, 7
Souchong, gmood, 35
extra fine. 50
0.,lung, stroig fi.mnor. fine, 50
Ooiomng. T'ui.- iout is a great favorite, and
givemi universal siatiataeniom.
Very bie; 63
Extra timne. one lb. and half lb cattys 75
Nie P'ins Ultra. is50
t'e Pius Ultra. This tea is as sweet and
regrant its a notegay. It yields a pmerfune
hit .S truly deligmni. it is of gardeii groiwth,
mid suplerior to amythimng of the kind ever sohl
Emeghm sit lireakf. Tea, fine, 50
Pekcoa flavor, 75
Congo, good, 374
- veiny good, 50
Pekeske flowers, good, 3l74
"Garden growth, 1 50
Besides the aboive we expect daily from Chi
a feieral splemidid chiops of Tea,. exclusively
iported by mime Pekima Tea Companmy, and
'mlhewe iuitend toucopyrighit to prevent trick
ry. Le~t our agenits get ready.
Editors and publishers of ewspapers in the
niied states. Canamda, West Iadies, &c. who
iigive the above 13 insertions in their respmec
ve journala inclunimig this notice will be paid
r tie seine imi any Tea- they :nay cliiose tmi
-tect trom the abute cataliigue, at the prices
miere namted, amid by purchasing oh the Cummpa
y iwice the amtounit of their bill...which tmey
'e ai liberty to dispose oh as they please'
Maly 10. 1848 13. 16
Roberts' Cheap Cash Store'
ieUmeA!o fligl Cr1s1 for' One
1 PLE NDID) Mluscovadui Sugar, 11 pounds
Melasses. same as last, at 374 cls'a gallon,
Cofi'ee 104 pouimnd-a for $1,0t0.
N. York crmushed sngar. 8 pounds for $1.00,
Factotry Yarn all numbers. 874 ets.,
Factory Stripes, ltIj et. a yar d,
8egamrs, choicest brands, 25 to 50 et. a dozen.
All new Goods, end now in Stern, anmd for
Ie by R. S. ROBERTS.
May Sd tf .1
LL those indebted tim the estate of Thos. ..
Hibbler, dec'dt., aire required to make mm
ediate payumernt, and those having demands
present them properly attested.
JOSIAH P. PERRIN, mar.
Feb 9 3m '3
T HE Snbscriber has just received a splen
did Stock of Sprin2 and SumierGuods.
For Ladies' ware. a fle lot of
Muslins, Barages and Ginghams,
Fine Mantles nnel Shawls,
Bonn.ts and Bonne t Ribbons,
Worked 'ollars and Muslin Trimings,
Black and White Lane" Veils,
For Genr'lemunen's wear,
A fine Stock of Boots and Shoes, of all
Leehor .Pan.ama. Palm, Silk and Bever
Hardware, Cutlery and Crockery,
A :ood assortment of Groceries, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Molasse's and Rice,
Fresh CHE EESE.
With maiy articles ton tedious to mention.
all el which willbe sold very cheap for Ca-h,
or on tiro, to punctual cantomers.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 1 tt' 12
New Spring Goods.
i HE Subscribers would respectfully in.
form their Customers and the Public,
that they have just opened an unusually large
spring & Summer Goods.
embrartng every v;.rriy and style of Fancy
and mrinrestic DRY 0018.
A!so, a .'omplete Assortme nt of
Hardware atnd Cntery-Chlina. Giass and Tin
Ware-Hats. Caps and Bonnets-Boots,
Shoes and Slippers-Saddles. Tinks
and Carpet B.gs-Drugs, Paints and
Persons wishing CHEAP and Goon Articles
will do well to call, andl particularly those who
who wish to pay Casu They shall hafe far
gains t% e have also on hand
18,000 lbs Cut Nails. ass'ied, from 4 to 40 ds.
12.000 lbs Iron, assi'rted sizes.
The Nails and Iron will be sold at Factory
prices. for ash.
GOODE & SULLIVAN.
April 4 6t 11
LDGEFIELD COURtT HOUSE, S. C.
The Subscribers respectfully an
!! a nunee to thir friends and the
public generally. that they have
puirci.ased from Mr. . II. Good
man, the above n-imed large and contnodi,.ns
House where they are prepared to entertain all
who may call upon them.
This IIOTEL has recently undergone thor
ough and exten.sive repairs, and its favorable
loca ion. together with i determination on our
part that no effirt shall be spared to make it
emphatially the "ST RANGEit'S H(JUSE,'
lead its to hopee that we. shall merit and receive
a liberal share of pubric patronge
. JOHAL. DulBY.
April10, 1848 tf 12
HE unudersigned having disposed of his
entire interest in the above named Hotel
to Messrs. BURT & DOBY. takes this oppor
turdty of returning-his sincere thanks to his
friends and patron , .for the, liberal patronage
which h'as been bestowedi upon him for i.
last few years, and also takes pleasure in r
commiuending his successors.. to the favorable
naticeof the travelling community
C. H. GOODMAN.
April10 .. tf 12
Ma .a AUo A. crK. having
laaely reti'tned fromn Newt York with ai
choice assortment of
Wihadwithout the iEOLIAN ATTACHl
NiENT. from the cedl-brted manfactory n'~
NUNNc1 & CLA ! K. andI inteniding tu keep
for sale a cmrtttr: rupply of ithe- ai ni other
At thme Ware-Honse of GEIGERt & PART
LOW'.. in the Toewn of H amburg, on n..facore-.
ble terms ;aa at anry place in the 80OUT HERtN
STA l'ES. invites the attrntion of those per
sons in want of such articles, and soli.-its them
to cell and examine for thiemiselves before pro
ceeding further, where will also lhe found a
suppely of new andl fashiionabule SH EET MU
SIC and BOIOKS of instructin for the Pianoe.
A. A. CLARK comuinnes to Tine Instru
ments, in whlich business lhe has been employed
for nine years past.
April 3m 11
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods.
F N(Y Mushins, (uinghamrs arid Primis,
Changeable De~ Laines anad Jeniny Linid Plaids,
Silk. and Bairudge 8hlr's amet Mantles,
Silk Sunr Shades amid Paraesolm.
English arid Anmerican i one Clethus.
Rich Bonnet, Cap arid TaIfetas Rtibbonus,
Swiss, Jraconet, Thlread anid Lisle Ldgiirgs arid
Linenr Cat..bric Handkerchiefs, Gloves. Hosie
ry, &c. &c.
FOR GENTLENIET'S WEAR.
Drarp de'Ete, Snumer Cloth and spring Cas
Lead:Coleered. Brown and Giriss Lieiens,
Brown and Fancy Linen Drills,
\laisarilles Vestings. Silk hhaikerchiefs, and
Suspeinders. Gloves, Half Hose. &c. &c.
Torgeilier with nou assortmenit or.
Gieorgia Striped Homospnis. Osnaburrs,
Coutton Yarns. Shoes. Hats. Capts, Bonnets.
Just received and for sale by
C. A. 31 EIGS.
April ti 1
I-EAn QUARTERS, )
2d Reg'nt Cavalry, S. C. Al.
LIJGEFtEt.D. April 17, 1548.)
3~ H E Edgefield Squadron of this Regiment
Fwill apipear at Edgefield C. House, on
Saturdary the 20th Many next, for drill and re
Officer, and Non CommissionedOfce,
will assemble thre day pevious for drill and
The Abeyihll Pquiadron ofthis Regiment
will appe'ar at .Abbeville C. H. on Saturday,
the 3d f Junie niext. for drill and re-vt, v.
Comitisioned arid Non-fCommiissiioned Of1i
csa will assemble the daiy previous for drill arid
By order of Cor.. Twos. W. Lsrnnte.
G. W. BR ANN'ON, A-t'j.
Thme Ahheville Banner will copy twice and
forward account toe this Office.
April 18 5t 13
Barouche for Sale.
A LIGHT. snr ng anid neat Two Horse
Barouche, but little used, for sale low, by
G EO. PA RR OTT, or
3 . E. McDt)NALD.
May 3.14t 15
07'WASTED 5 Young Man to stay in
a Stair- Orne that can come well recommen
ded will be preferred, Enquire at this Ofie,.
FEMAILE UCJ DE.P F,
Dr. and irs. Jones.
W ILL open as neretofore advertised, on
Monday the 7th o1 February The ar
ruinenentd are as follows. A Prmeary Depart
nient. Junior, Middle and denur Ctaaes.
In the Prmary Dparlinmnt.
Spelling. heading. % ratiang and kle
nieitary Athm e,5 00
In the Junior Class.
Spelling, Rending. W risag. G ranmar,
Arithmetic. Primary Geography,
Abridged History. C omposition, 8 00
In the Middle Class.
Spelling, Reading. Writing, Arithme
tic extended, Grammar ani. P.rrs
ing, General Geography, lli'"tory
of United States and of Ln;land.
Astrnony, Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Composition. 10 00
In the 'enior Class.
Ancient Geography. General History,
Critical s.eadig. Rhetoric Logic,
Botany, Chemristry and Natural
Philosophy, Algebra. Geoimetry,
Latin with a view to a nore thu.
rough understanding of English, 12 00
Instruction in Alusic, Is 00
do do French, 12 00
The year will be divided into four quarters
of eleven weeksenach, eomniencing .is teilows
1st of January, 15th of llarch, Jet ofiJune, and
1st of October
Bnoks, Stetioiary, &c., will be furnished at
pricer to cs'ver expenses only.
N. B. The present quarter (to continence on
the 7th of February.) will be charged as a half
INll KETCi.4.itl d' CO,
1iA.1115UIG, S. C.
H AVE remnove (their stuck of Dry Gsoods
io the Store under the American lintel,
(hite Hubbard s,) where it is their purpose to
keep a Inll assortment of
American, trenclh and English
We would take this oppot tinity to-return our
thanks to out nnnirous friends for the very
liberal pntronage bestowed on ns for the last six
yeats. and would solicit a continnance of their
at e would also invite all persons buying Dry
Goods iti Hamburg. who are not already on
our large list of subscrihers to give us a trial.
Our stock will consist of a mutch larger and
more general assortment thane we have hereto
tire k, pt. We shall also continue to keep our
usual assortment of Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor
-Matting. Bonnets, and Ladies and Childreis
N. B.-Just received a full assoriment of all
numbers ol genuine
Dutch Bolling Clotlh.
winch toge-her with all ateh a im our line will
be smold is low as they can be procured in Ham
burg or Augusta.
WM. KETCHA&, & CO.
Hamburg. S. C. Aug. 7-11 tf 9
ILL he sold at UnncE's N. York Foun
dr after March 15, 184d. at the follow'
mog very low prtces, for approved 6 months'
Roana. Title. Sc. Shaded ifc.
Pica, per lb..30 ts 52 90 eta .
$ mall pica - 32 56 190
Long pruner 34 60 100..
Biurgeois 36 66 8
LBrevier 42 - 120
.lmionr 48 84 13J
?ionpareil 100 100
.wu'te 72 120 180)
P'enr- 108 160 260
The above pric'es im -onmsequiente of increas
ned faciiies for emannilacturinig1 aro mneh re
.faced frrom formter rates. A lieer:0 d.semnmm
for Cash in hainil at the date efmte in tvoie.
Presse's, Cham-e's. Cuses. Woo'I Type. lick.
& c. fureeizshed at thu lowiest mnanufactnrer'
jy ices, either for enash or credit.
Our mpecimeminok for 18l6 is now ready
for disribniionm to Priters. who will send for
it, a d contains muany new articles that we hove
never lefore exhibited. snch as WVritinrt Flour
ishes, Otiiamenits, Orm~mentail Fonts. &c. at
whtiIh we have ain amnple stock for the promipt
executtion of orders.
Printers of Newstpapers who chioose teo pith.
lish this Adveirtisement three times before the
1st of June. 1848. and sendl tm one of their pa
pers, will be paid fur it in T'ype whent they
purchase fromt us. ref uumir uown lalanufactir.,
selected Iromi euir specimetns. five ,timeus the
amnrtof their bill.
For stale, several good1 secoiid handed Cylin
der and Platin P'ower Presa, Standinig Pressea,
hlanid Printing Presses. &c.
GEORGE I1R UCE & Co.
13 Chamtbers-stwoet, N, York.
A pril 12 St 12
State Agr'icultural Society
T HIE following PREMIUMS nail be
awaerded to the successful comnpeti
totS, at the senii annual tmeeting, to be
held in the village of Spearsanhurg, on the
secoind Wednesdlay in Sept. itexi
1. For the best Stallisn, for Agricultu
ral puirposes-a silver medal.
2. Foar the best Mare, fur Agricultural
purfpeses; a Siier M~edael.
3. For the bess native Bull, over 3
years; a Silver Medal.
F"or the hestinacive Cow, over 3 years;
a Silver M--dal.
5. For thie best Jack, bred ini South
Cariolina; .a Silver Medal.
6. Foer the best Mule, bred in South
Caro'imn; a Stlver Medal.
7. F.,r the best Ram, adapted to our
clitta'e; a Silver Medal.
S. For the besst Ewe, adopted to our
::limate'; a Silver .\edal.
9. For the hest 11am, regarding wool
:hiefi'; a Silver Medal.
101.' To the 5nos1 successful and exten
ive grnwer of cloyer for three consecutive
years; a Silver Medal.
11. To the successful competitor in a
,loughing match, with double or single
eam:t a Silver Medal.
12. For the most succoe~ful and exten
sive experiment with lime for three cosnse
cut ive years; otie complete set of te Far
13. Foit the hest ennductedi Farm in the
District of Spoart-anburng; a Silver Cup of
the value of $10.
A full andi detailed statemsnt of the
value arid operationsi of the Ferm,. to be
furnished by the Agieicttural .dociety of
Spartanhurg, or a Committee osf three
J ieinterested farmer-i of rte District.
A pril 5, :f 11
For Sale or Rent,
THE E HOU-4E and LOT fiorsmerly necen.
kpied by S.8S. Tompkins. Etsq. Apply
to S F. GOOD E,
April .t t. Ii
DR. JOF.L BRANHAM'S
LIVER 1 D FSPECT1C
I N offerinm .s valuable Medicine to the peo
pie of S. Carolina fi the relief and cute of
many diseases incident to a Southern climate.
I do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I
say it will cure all diseases. But in
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
I can confidently advise and recommend its
use front r-y persmnal observation and use of
thns article in my own practice. This article is
favorably rec,-ived wherever it has beer used.
I ant alloawed to refer to ir. George Heard of
Troup. Mr Jots.Warren of Culumbuis. Mr.
McAle of Cobb, Mr. Asbnry Hull of Athens,
air. Willmam D. Tetrel: or Putnmuom. Rev'd.
John E. Dawson of Lacrange; to which a
great number of ames miaht be added, who
bear their me-umnmmv to ato' vale.
H abitualcostiv-ness is found very freqtently
connected with feeble constitutions, and per
sons of sedentary habits, which often exert a
very unfavorable isfiuence upon the general
hae h of the subject: and is particularly mani.
feated by a restless and desponding state ',f the
mind, irregular if not a lass of appetite. For
this condition of the system. this article isconfi.
dently recommended with the positive assur
aice that if the dose is properly adjusted. so as
not to move the bowels tun actively, relief may
be relied on, without any. even the least-of the
nmtleasntt consequences, r stilling from the
use of the common parsing medicines usually
resorted to. This articli will be found to act
as a pleasant cordial and tonic, restoring the
appetite, and at the same time fulfilling every
indication that the commnit purging medicines
are designed to effect.
There are some constitutions liable to re u
far attacks of Bilions fever almost every fall,
to such. I recnmnend the use of this Medicine,
beginning at least by the tdiddle of May, or firt
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
feeble. often experience a sense of fullness,
veight, and oppression, aboutt the stomach af
ter entig-in such cases a dose of this medi
cine will often afford immediate relief.
Pregnant women often suffer frets:: hear
burn and costiveness. they maisy use the article
without the beast danger and with great benefit,
In sick or nervous head-ache, it is a most valu
I could tp pend a long list of certificates, but
thirheur. prelerring to rely on the virtues of the
medicine to &un-tamu itself. The mne'lcine is a
gentle and certain cathartic tonic and sudorific.
For stile by Robert Anderson, Liberty fHill,
Cheatem & Settle, Duntonsville, Charles Friew
man, Cairo P..O., and
J. D. TIBBETTS,
sept.8 - ly 33
H. H. Hill, & others Amended Bill
as. for' -
Jnmthan M. Hill. & others Accoant.
IT appearing to my satisfaction tliat;innathan
M Hill. James E,. Goodwin' and wife R y:
donia. Jamed Hill, Amanda Hill and Hliirietta
Hill. Defeindants, in thiscase, are a ent Gim
and withoit the limits of this State. " uojioa
by . r. Wardiw- Solr.' -is ordered. that the
said.Defendantsda-ia~~'r. an'd i
or dede - -
fro pultion si el or tT r' t
be taken -r conriss agamstihem..
S. . TOOMPEINS . 9s
Commissioners Office. Feb.:28' 184&.'
March-3. - 3m
SOU TIH CAR OLI:. -
IN T H E COhI.IiOY PIA -4S.
Ilenry 13. Glensoni, Drzleraton
Uimi., Il. yones. & Co. Attack'eet.
'31H E~ PlinmitY in the- abovie caise, having
3.this day filed tins Declarationa in my .in
. co. andl time Defenidatnt hsavimng neiither wife
,tnr attorney, known tm reside within time limits
ol this statn, on- whiom a copy omf the said Do
claration, with a rnie to ptead.. can be served.
t in mootioni of M r. Gray, Attorney for Plaintiff,
It is ordered. That the said Defendant appear -
and plead to time said Declaration, wtthin a year
amid ai day fromi time date hereof or fintal and
absolue juadgitent wnill be awarded against him
THO. G. BACOtN, Clerk.
Clerk'ms Office, May 26; 1847. qly 19
State of South Carolina.
Dr. Isaac Branch Bill to Foredlosare
Robert M Mannm. MorLad.o
I T aplpearing to my satisfaction that Robert'
.1 luttnn, lime defemndant in thins case, is
wtihout time litmits ofithis dtale; on Motion, or.
diered. thamt he dio appear. antd answver, plead or
demur, to the said Bill within three mtonthe
fromt the date of time pmublcationi hereof, or the
said bill will be taken pro conifesso ngainist hilti.
H. A. JON~a, c. mi. A D.
Abbeville C. H,, March 13, 1e48. 3m8
M R. R OFF. whom he Id conditionmally aim in
terest in time right of Edgefield District,
to-Hmotehkmss' Reaction Mill Wheels,(Pateni)
has never complied with saimd condition. thero
fure tie i,,tds no interest. and has tno right to
eel! or ma e any comiriet for samid Wheels.
We, the tundersigned are the owners, of said
right. and a tight purchased from any other,
uneas our agenmt, will not he good.
Mir. 3. T. WeFBaa, we authorise, with full
power to at as our agent.
COTHIRAN & MOORE.
March 1, 1847.H 6
ALL Pers,,mas indebted to the Subscriber by
a Nte or Acconmnt, are- reqnested to make,
pay ment by Return Day in October next, if
they ish to save cost. and all sums which are
withmin a M'hgistrate's jurisdiction, if not paid by
that tiume must also pay cost ; as I must haye
money to keep up may businers.
M. W. CLARY.
Coletman's y R. ads,1 M rch 13. tmto 9
A LL thnse indebted to the estate of Charity
SJohnason, dec'd., are requtested to make
immnediaite paymnent, and those htaving demands
to present them properly attested.
C. B. GOULDEN,
SIM1EON ATTA WAY,
A LL persons haevitng any demands against
thie etstate ofiJames S. Pope.dec'd.. are re.
qnested to present them properly attested, as it
Is oumr itntention to pity them as fast as oar col
ieictinmns imay enable us. And all persens in
debted to said estate are requosted to miake
THflS. H. POPE,
. 1aa .r .51