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LATER FROM FUROPE.
u -rice se.l-ruteniati.]
A warrant fot the arrest of the cx
Abbe Chatel has been issued, in t:onse
quencea of his having delivered an ultra.
revolutionary harangue in the Place d,
la Madeleine on that 15th. This persocn
gained great notoriety some years ago
by founding what he called tie 'Eglise
Francaise," of which he proclaimel hinu
self primate. -lie has, it is believed,
fled into Belgium.
M. Blaoqui writes letters daily, dated
Paris ; he visits his friends in the open
day, and is seen. and known by thou
sand!. It is true th it houses are sur
rounded and neighborhoods scoure 1;
but a friend always infoi nis 31. Bltqei.
an hour or two before the arrival of the
police, of tleir approach.
It is stated that M. L:tnicusseis and
M. Gadon, who were closely connected
with Ml. S-,brier, have been arrested.
By order from the Pre-fect of the Po
lice, the whole of the papers of the Club
des Drits de l'Homme have been seized.
It is said that s veral impo' taut docu
ments have b. en found among them,
wbich throw light on the conspir-cy a
gainst the Republic. Five-ami-twenty
individuals have been at rested in the a,
pariments of the Palais Royal occupied
by Baibeb" club. F. .in forty to fifly if
these people have been lodged and f
in the Palais Royal ever since- the 24:
of February. The mystery is from whom
the money cane.
The Dr bate iubhlishes several docn
ments found in the ellice of the Commune
de Pat is, of which Sob.ier was the edi
tor, and which leave no doubt that thie
-conspiracy weas coco,>cteid long befori.
They consist of half-a-dozen di-ciers,
whi:h were to have heen isci,.d by dio.
"Committee of Public Sat-y," wl-ich
was to have been estalished. Frem
one expression it apiprars that bloodshed
was expe~cted in the attack on the As
senbly, fur it says, "The National As
sembly has flued upon the pep!e, who
came peaceably to present a petition in
fdvor of the P.-les." The names if the
future committee are left blank. Known
patriots were to fotm the new national
guard, under the name of force ouvricrc.
All bourgecis found in umitfo m, er it
arms, were to be outlawed. Capitalists,
-known as such, w ieio pay within live
days the half of their revenue, in cer
tain proportions w]hicli increased in pro
portion to the .imoont.of the intiviJ uaN
wealth. In case of refusal, confiscatitn
was ordered. This tax was to be called
impot fraternal, and was to be levied
by the ouvricrs, and distrihu.d to the
families of the working classes in pro
portions which would give three francs
per day to families of three persons-, and
eight francs to fatiies of six persons.
Every one found drunk was ;o be put ire
prIson for three days, and fed upont
-bread and waler.
The prisoners at Vincennes contino
to be guarded a cue each by four me-n.
The number of persons removed to that
fortress is 140.
i is stateet th i the governmer.t hasi
been inford that a wide-ly-ramufied
-plot had been prepare~d to cat ry efT,
duritng the fete, a part of the membters
of the Natiuna! Assemibly, aind that at
the sanme time several quarters of h.
-capital should be fired, after the suppli-s
of wsater had beetn previumly em u11. I1'
cotnstqience of thiu, ot ders haive hiee
give-n to leave sittng de'tach~mets of
nat ina guat ds anid piqueis of tirenwi
in alh thme centrail lpat ts if Pat i..
Inrd icatiions have alteady been ma ni,
fested of lie iinten tion of thloit- itnia
thon ;y to let thre chiief conspirrors, tnow
coiflied at Vince-nnes, ec; (: Bubt es
attem~pted lately meo w.ilk ot of the chia
teau and tiak e eff, tnd had vt ry netily
succeeded. Two eif his three gtuitds
connived ati his escape, but thte thiud ar
rested htimt in the act of goting ouit. I.
has be-ti hithlert. conf.o fn n:'n--. grounid
1door oft lie " Dijotn." Ott thIs att, impi
being inade kniown to thie Gov-.tior he
was transferred to a reom it tiwe Uppei:
story. Not one, however, believes in
his utltimtate p~unishm ient, at least so luing
as 'he present gotvernmenit retmains in
Ii, isr-epor ted thaut M1. Lamtartine ande
M1. Led!rv-Rollin htave declareed thant thery
are pt-epm *d to give. in their re-sigzna.
tions, anid thut 313M. Araie, Gainiirr
Pages, andl Malria have r-esolved to me
main in office.
Aut is conisidered preb ible that M.Matr
rast and Mi. Biomont wsill be elecie-d
members of lhe gov. ernen in case 31
31. L-imatreine and Le-di u-Roliitt resii!n.
It is saiid that in 1hio event eof the
claim to be a'osolvedl fronm the dtiers nf
representatives being r* jeceted, and i
htas becit, uhe- Exe'cutiv Commteissin
will resign. If this recsotutiein be petrse'
VCeed ini, the internal dissensions will ino
doubt issute itn the immned it 'iss 'Iu i ott
of the pr-sent Executive powi~er.
A replort preveils that M1. retticex
hats resigned the Ministry of Justie., andu
wvilh pe replace-d by M1. Bethmooit.
A report has been circulated thmat a
demonsttationi is intcnded to be mtad.
by a body of operatives in fiivnr of a re
gency. The regentcy party gaints daily.
"Joe, wh-it makes your nose so red?"
'-Fuiendship! H-ow do you make thtat
"I've got a friend who is very fond of
brandy, anrd as lie is too weaik to tke it
strong, I have constituted myself his
Gaud makes. and tbo tailor shapee,
LIEUT. DEAS.-Everybody will re
numbet Lieutenant .Deas, who at the
:ommencement of .the Mexican war,
war the Rio Grande, Leander like, to
utiet a Mexican maid,and was taken pri.
ooner. Since that time Lieutenat Deas
jas been actively engaged in the service,
td for his gallant conduct at Monterey
vas promoted to the. captaincy of the 4th
artillery. But it appears, from some
cause or other, t!at he has got into more
routble with that strict disciplinarian,
Gen. Wool.and has been court marrtialed
and sentenced to be dismissed the service,
which sentence was approved by Gen.
Wool, at Monterey. He is now on has
way home, to await the issue of an ap
plication to the Executive in his behalf
by many influential personal friends in
the army and elsewhere.
Most firmies have a pretujdice against
raising this crop, from the belief that it
imttovelI ishes the land more than any
uther. But from the known fact that
this plant derives a nourishment, not so
much from the, soil, my own opinion is,
that it extracts but little of the strenght
ron the soil, but that it readers it very
mellow and friatle, and thereby, in a
measure, destroys its capacity to resist
the influence of extrete heat or cold,
and consegntntly expose the succeeding
crop to injury from thies" causes, and
where a crop of oats next follows that of
buckwheat, it is generally the case that
the oats is better than where it is sown
on corn stubble. The oats being sown
,iw ly shades the ground before the heat
becom' s so great as to effect it. But
vhere winter grain follows in the fall,
iftci the buckwheat is taken off, it very
rarely -happens tlat the crop is good-or
comparable to that sown on corn stub
b!e at the same time, and on land of
the some quality and when a corn crop
ollowvs that of buckwheat it is generally
pour, especi.lly in dry seasons-which
I think goes to prove the correctness
of my opinion.
The land will again consolidate and
resume it nautal state in one year af.
per the buckwheat crop is taken oWF, and
after that time it will be in as good con,
Jition for any crop as before the buck
wheat was grown upon it. When the
seas-n is propitions no crop yelds more
abundantly, or better repays the labor
tnd expenses of cutivation.
The quantity of seed to the acre may
by va" icd according to the quality of the
soil, w here that is good, a h..lf bushel to
the acre is quite sufficient but where it
is poor a bushel is.not too much.
In perparing for this crop, there is
one particular thing that should never be
omitted, and that is, to steep thc seed
and roll it -ii plaste'-, befere trving.
This will quicken its germination and
greatly increase the yield....Taa or-three
quarts of plaster is sufficient for one
bushel of seed. Try it.
PnI'IPORTION OF MIrK TO BUTTER.
Sometimes ii is desirable to know the
proportion between the quantity of milk
and the bitter produced ft em ii; for the
question is sometimes presented to far
ters, whether it is better to sell mtilk or
maike btutter. Yet no defmnite rule cani
be given, as milk varies in richness aitd
its bmter gntalities, n't only from the
generial breed of ainimals, but from indi
ciduiaa of rte samea bticed, and a!so fromt
Thew dli rence is somettimeCs onn-half.
'lT.w A 'dernev cows give very rich milk,
s-v, in qiarts of whuiclh will often, if not
gen. rally, produce a pound of butteri;
while~ the milk of some cuws is so itoor
it takes nineteen or twenty qnairts of
mi'k for a poundt~ of bitteir. The fa
nons cow Blossom, that give s.) large at
quamtity of milk, did not yield a large
ino'unt of butter, as it took n ineteenl
'piarts for a ptountd. On an average it
niobablv takes twdvle qirts of milk for
innoud oft butter.
Mr. J Leat he, of WV'butrn, whlo htas
omae excelk nt < ows itat give rich mtilk,
anely made an extperintent, while his
:ows were still fed par tially on hay. Hie
mteasured out thtirty quirts of niiik, which
tioducedi seven aitd a half pounds of
rreamui, ( three qtu~i ts in mteasure,) and
Iiec po~unds three ounces of good yel
As to weighr; we have various est
mrates as the pi opotrtion of' butter to
milk. it all e'xperimients of the kittd,
the milk should be weighied as will as
the butter. Measures such as used fur
nilk difir greatly; so much tat it seems
Itt vt ry liii h- relitne can be placed
upon thtemt. Front statistics nowv before
tis show ing tI.e amount of butter pro
duced, aind the quantity of milk in we ighit
tnd imeasure, in one case it is stated that
sixteen and a qtjter quarts of milk
wigh d for ty i n o hounds, whiichi is t wo
potunids nice ounces to thte quart. in
another caste, it-stated thtat a rowv gave
twenty six quarts of-milk per day, which
w~eighied forty seven pounids.. -Here is
lss titan two puounds to the qntat t. Hmte
is butt a specimen of the great variations
in te measures of milk, and it shows
the impor tance of weighing instead of
measuring millk, in making experiments.
CARROTs AS Fon FRot S-rOCK.--A t
mne of the agi ituhtural meetings held in
Bouston dur ing the pasi wintier, tho sub
ect of cultivating "root crops" for stock,
was discussed, The general expression
vas, that thte carrot is the best root for
his purpose, in situations adapted toi:ts
rrowthi. Thte Hon. Mr'.Brookspstated
hat hte htad made experiments in feeding
at rots,antd-for stock he thought them as
thought they did not .produeear mucn
milk, when fed to cows, astpotaoes, aind
hogs preferred potatoes. Hieco'nsi Ieied
carrots. compared with oats; .fobe roi th
33 cents per bushel when oats. 'vere
50 cents-that 101 lbs. of carrots were
equivalent to 3J lbs of oats. He con
sidered the tops of carrots of sufficient
value to pay the expense of harvesting.
lieput them up in small stacks out of
doors, and they kept good till mid-win
Mr. Rice saidhe sowed carrots early
in May on light ,land--usual crop 500
bushels per acre-40 bushels weigh
abont a ton, and were worth as much as
halfa tin of hay.
Mr. Pioctot said 35 tons of carrots had
been grown on an acre at a single crop,
and it was not uncommon to obtain 32
tons. Most of the speakers mentioned
that the blight had injured their.carrots,
more or less of late years,-German
E&I1' PR "GS.
Spartanburg Dist., S. C.
V 1l[L deligltfuil watering place has under
gone thorough repairs, and is now rea
dy to receive company. and willbe kept open
tor the fiture, the year round:- The heniencial
results of the water can be testified to by hun
dredls who have experienced its influence npoil
various diseases. The accommodations shall
be suited to the wants of all visitors who may
visit the place. upon the fullowingte ms, viz:
Man per l)ay, :$I 25
Week, . ' 7 00
Over nneansd less than tour W..s, 6 00
Four Weeks and over, per Wj-t& 5 00
Children and servants, half a6
llorse per Day, .- '2
" -' Week, . 3.. 3 50
J. C. ZI MERIAN.
P. S.-As I wish to retire to private life, I
nf'er the above property for sale on reasonnble
terms. J. C. -.
May 17 Ct 17
C. G. WAGNER,
Attorney at La*.
AIKIN. S. C.
WILL practice in the Courts of Barnwell
T Edgefield and Orangeburg.
Rm-am cES. .
Messrs. BAILEY & BREws'iER. Charleston,
Jons BAUSKETr. Edgdield C. 11.
May .3 2rma =15
NetV Boot .and?Shoe
W E-:- Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes
are made i, a Most superior style of fit
Gentlemen wanting cork soled; double soled.
water pruof, walking, dress; patent leather.
and a fine pungp sole4 BOOT 'need but
leave their orders with the subst '
march t ' - f 6
Fo- Salle or Rent,
T H E HOUSE and LOT formerly ocen
t pied by S..S. Tompkins, Esq. Apply
to $ =F. Od?.
April 4 ft . - fl
Wool in the Seed.
T IlE Snbscribers are prepared to Card
wool in the best-possible manner for Toll
or Cash, at customary rates,and solicit a sliprs
of the public patronage heretofre~ so li berally
hestowed, and will receive thie Wsool without
brrinag or picking, without any additional
charge, at their old stand on Duncan's Credc.
8 miles east of Lauirens C. H.- si
W. Ii SHELDON & SON.
Many 3, 3m . 15
6,000 lbs. Bacon & Lard.
Jf UST received a large lot of snperior Dki
con, which will be sold lew for Cash.
Mlay 17 tf 17
T H E. Subscriber has pust received a spilen
did Stock of8 pring~ dndtSammer G oods.
For Ladies' w~are, a fine lot of
.Mushnus, Bairages and inglhams,
Fine Mlatiltes and Sha i~s,
Bonnet4 and Bonnet Rbbons,
Worked Collbrs and onislin Trimings,
Black and White Lane fTeils,
For Gen-lemen's vear,
A fine Stock of Bootsn id Shoes, of all
.Leghurn.Panama, Palna Silk and Be&:er
Ilardware, Cutlery andArockery,
A csiod assortment of Grimeries. snch as
Suga;r, Coffee. Molasses and Rice,
Wills mainy airticles too tedis to mention.
all ot which will lbe sold very etenp for Cash,
or on time, to punctual cnstuomers.
B. V. BRYA N.
April I tf 13
New Spring Goods.
S'HE Subscribers would'respetfully in.
Tforni their Customers ad she Pnbhlic,
that they have jnst opnned an umainally laige
spring & Suinger Goods.
eibraing every variety and stile of Fatncy
and Domestic DRY GOODS..
Also, a Conmplete Assortmtit of
Iardvare anid Cuttlery-China, Gaiss and Tin
Ware- Hats, Caps and, Bunnes-DBoots,
Shoes and Slippers-SaddlesTiunks
ansd Carpet Bags-Drugs. Paiats and
Persons wishing Cnuer and Goo Articles
will do well to call, andI particularlylhose who,
who wish to pay CAnn!. They s/saihae Biar
ans. We have also on hand
*18,000 lbs Cut Nails, ass'ted~froin - fo 40 ds.
13.000 lbss Iron, assorted siZes.
T1heo Nails and Iron will be sold a Factory
prices, for ash.
GOODE & SULLVAN.
A pril 4 (it 11
State of Sotith Carolita,
IN THE COMMON PL1AS.
Fleetwood Lawniare, Dcclarrion in
TJ HIE plaintiff in the sbove case hving this
' day filed Isis declarai'on mn ny otlice,
and the defendant having neither arfe nor at
torney, .knoiwn to reside within thsilismits of I
this State, tin whom a copy of said daclai ation, I
with a rule to plead, can be served, ton motion
of Mr. Wisemsan, Attornay for Plantit., it is I
ordered,-.that the said delendanit aspear and
plead to the said declarations, in a 'ear and- a
day, from the date hereof, or judgmnmt wi-l be
given agamastihimi by default
TEIO. G. BACON. Clcrk. 1
Edgfield C. Hf. Clerk's Offie,.16th Nov.1847.
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods.
ANCY Muslins, (singharas and Prints,
Aourning. ' .
Changeable De Laines and Jen'ny Lind Plaids,
Silk, and Baradge Shawls and Mantles,
Silk Sun Shades and Parasols,
English and American Long Cloths,
Rich Bonnet, Cap and Taffetas Ribbons,
Swiss, Jawonet, Thread and Lisle Edgings and
Linen Cambric handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosie
ry, &c. &c.
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
Drap de'Ete, Summer Cloth and Spring Cas
Lead Colored, Brown and Grass Linens,
Brown and Fancy Linen Drills.
larsailles Vestings, Silk ilankerchiefs, and
Suspenders, Gloves, lalf (lose, &c. &c.
Together with an as-ortment of,
Georgia Sniped Homspuns.Osnabturs,
Cotton Yarns. Shoes. Hats. Caps, Bonnets.
Just received and for sale by
C. A. MEIGS.
April tf IL
F.'E sILE sIcd.DE.'I,
Dr..and Mrs. Jones.
W ILL open as heretnore advertiscd, on
Monday the 7th of February The ar.
angemnrts are as follows. A Primary Depa.'t*
ment. Junior, Middle and Senior Classes.
In the Primary Department.
Spelling. Reading, Writing and Ele.
mentary Arithmetic, $5.00
in the Junior Class.
Spellin., Reading, Writing, Grammar;
Arithmetic, Primary Geography,
Abridged History, Composition, S 00
in the Middle Class.
Speling,'Reading. Writing. AritbanIe.
tic extended. Grammar and Pars.
ing, General Geography. Histo'ry
of United States and of England.
Astronomy, Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Composition, 10 00
In the Seniur Class.
Ancient Geographv. Ge neral h istory,
Critical Reading, Rhetoric. Logic,
Botany, Chemistry and Natural
Philosophy, Algebra, Geometry,
Latin ivith a view to a wrore tho.
ronuh understanding of English, ,12 00
-instruction in Musi., 1m o0
do do French, 12 00
The year will he divided into four @darters
of eleven weeks each, commencing 'as follows
1st of January, 15th of March, 1st of June. and
1st of October
Books, Stationary. &c., will he furnished at
-prices to cover expenses only.
N. B. The present quarter (to commerice on
the 7th of February,) will be charged as a half
fdb2 tf 2
DR. JOEL BRANH.A31'S
LIVER J' DF'SP'ECI IC
I N offering this valuable Medicine to the pro
pie of S. Carnlina fIr the relief and care of
many diseases incident to a Southern climate.
I do not claim for it infallibility; neiaher do I
pny it will cure all diseases. But in
IiRONi'C LIVER AFFkCT!ONS
* AIND DYSPEPSIA.
can -conlldently-advise and recommend its
use, from ry persunal observation and use of
the article in ry own practice. This article is
favorably received wherevetit has been Utsed.
. am allowedl trefer to'hMt-, George hleard of
'roup. Mr John Warren of -Columus, 31r.
.cAlrce of Cobb, Mr. Asbury vlnl of Athens,
Mir. William D). Terrell air Putnam, Rev'd.
JohorE. Dawson of Lagrange; to wvhichi a
great numaber ol camnes nuight be added, who
bear their testimony to its vaue.
Hlabitual costivenoss is founad very fgquentjly
cnnected with feeble constitutionms, and per
sons of~ sedentary hbbits, whtich often exert a
very enfavorable infnetnce titon the genemal
huehh I ol the sutbjecti and is pancularly mani
feted by a restless anad desponding state .f ilho
mind, irraegular if not a loss of alpetite'. For
this condition of the .systema. this article is coti
detly recammnded with the pgsitive~ assur
ace thtat if~ the dose is piroperly admjusted. so as
not to move te bowel s too actively. relief~ mnay
be relied ont, without alnty, even ite least oh the
unpleasant coansetetenace.r, restihaing frotn thec
use of the commaaon puirging medicitnes usnmily
resrted to. This articlet will ba* fotund to act
as a lea~santt cordild anud tontic, restoring lthe
appetite, and at thte saume time fultilling evecry
indicationa iat thte commuon puzrg ing medicines
are desaigned to eltect.
Trhere are somte constittions liable to regn
lar attlacks of Btlions fever almost every fall,
to sucht, I rectnmend thte ulse of this .M1edicinae,
beginning at least by thte midldle of May, or first
-Many persons whlise Digeative organs are
feeble, ullin experienee -t senses of tfulltte.ss.
weight, iandl oppressiona, about thte .,tomuacha at
ter eating-ina snch cases a dose of this medi
te wall often nifordl immendia te relief.
Pregniatt womena often sutle~r fromut htenr'
burt anid comtiveness, they maay usec theo article
without the least danger atnd with great beet-it,
It sick or nervous head-ache, at is a mtost valu
I could append a long list of certificates, btt
forbear, prcferring to rely onm thae virtnes of thte
medcine to stustama itself. JTe medmc inn is a
gentle andcertaina eathta tic tonic a ndl sudoritic.
For sale by Robuert Anderson, tiberty flill
Cheatemt & Settle, Dauntonsville, Charles Free,
ma, Cairo P. 0., antd
.J. D. TIBRETTS,
Edgefie'ld C. II.
sept8 Ily 33
HEAD QUARTERS, .)
ElIL L V LLat.: A pril 10, 1848.
ORDER NO 9J.
F ROM and after the first of May next,.
ill Commatissionaed Officers of tl
I.ito, and Ctmnmissioned atnd non--'rn
missi,.ned Oflicers of thae Sctl, ws- aPpear
un all public dties in full e3,aortm (except
an the clays of Basttalli--, -aand .Regimental
llicer Drills)' orm i, subject to the lpetnl
is of te 24w, as dlefinted by the 138th
ee. WJd page of thte Militia Laws of the
Py Order of Col. G. D. Mr~srs.
C. A M EIGS, Adjutant.
M R. R1OFF, who herld conuditi-oatally an itn
-terest in thme right of Edgelield District,
o lotchakiss' Reactaion Mill Wheels, (Patenat)
ias nmever cotmplied with said coniditio, thero.
ore Ite holds lnt interest, anad has tno right te
el or ma e anty conitracet foir said WVheels.
Ve, the undersigned are the owners, of said
ight, and a tight purchased front3 any other,
ness our aent, will ntot be good.
M r. J.' .lVEBBERt, we authtorise, Wvitli full
ower to act as our agent.
COTiURAN & MOORE.
Marcha I, 147. f 0
Cheat and grow rieh.
T HIs has been the secret principle of too
many of the Wholesale ienilers in Tea
ap to this timtle, and they have practised the
nsoat shameful imposition on the country mer
Tbant, without any fear of detection. But
a new era in the trade has come, and the
Pekin Tea Company claiths the honor of its
introduction. They were the first to raise the
Banner of Reform, on which it has ins:ribcd
the simple words,
PURE TEAS AT [IHONEST PRICES."
A complete revolution has been the conse
quence. Let cousinmera of Tea everywhere
look at what we have done.
1. We were the first to send them Teas that
used to be called too good for them before.
2. We have driven out of the market a vast
amount,of trash, and introdtced a better class of
Teas thian has yet ever been sold. Importers
of Tella often conic to us to get for their own
use, and for their tfriends, the line qualities they
can Sied no where else.
3. We have rednced prices more than 25
per cent. both in Black and Green Teas. The
whole sale grocers say we are rnining the
trade, and call ni hinmbugs. This we have
done already. and now see what we are ready
1. We will sell Teas by the single chest, half
chest, or 14 lbs. box. at the same price that
wholesale grocers pay to the importers when
they hty by the hundred packages.
2. 'rihe wholesale grocers always allows 13
or 14 lbs. tare to the half cliest. This is t cheat.
We will allow. in most enstancas, 154 r 16 His.
tare on the same.
3. We: hereby undertake to sell every kind
of Tea from si to ttwdve cents per pound chea
per than the wholesale grocers do.
- How can you do this?" asks the country
merchant. This is our answer. We are con
tent with 7 per cent. profit, instead of 25 and
50 per cent. a la wholesale grocers.
An English Iporter lately boasted to us that
he conld make more mtoney by sending bad
Teas to-the New York market than gooil 'Teas
We are resolved to overthrow this fraud, and
now call upon agents in every town in the
United Stetes to come forward and hny the
Teas imported by the Pekin Tea Gompany;
and we peledge ourselves that ifin six.months
they do not seli more Tea than the oldest and
largest dealers-in the town, ne will give them
our ''ca without charge. This is plain Eng
lish, and cannot be misunderstood. We ap
peal for testiemoty to the immense success of
our Agents in every part of'the United States.
Agents warted in every part of the United
States, for the sale of those Teas by which
they can m..ke money, and confer a henlielt on
ihe public by supplying the pure article.
CATALOGUE oF TE \S.
Oai sale at the Iare Hlouses of the Pekin Cromp.
75 & 76 F'oi.Tos STREEr. N. Y.
The Teas ,memioned in this cataloue are
done up in quarter pourd, half pound. and one
pound packages; the first or inside wrapper is
lead. the second is water proof pnper, and the
third or outside wrapper is.ef Chines rice pa..
per. The company sell none but Good Teas.
done eup in this superior manner, all of the:.
grown in the most luxcriant districts in Chinn.
Country dealers may select as small agtgantity
of each kind ass they like, and have them pack
ed in one chest. These teas also come in live
poun-l packages, called 'quotations,' a very
convenient, lieifeil and portable shape.
- Persons residcng in any part of the United
States or Canada caun order an) of the Teas in
this catalogue, by letter, in quantities t' aril
their wishes. We pack them in Chinese box.
es. and deliver thei to' the forwnTding RMer
chant free from cliarge fdr packing or cartage.
The money should always accomnany the -or
.GRE EN TE AS
Young iyson, good, '3
" " sweet, .50
fine finler, 32 .
" iecargo, .75
" " extra line, 7
" "silver leeaf, i 00
Silver Leaf. Seldom sold even by large dea -
lrs, becaiise oaf thee very smalstl proflits maede on)
it s sale. Thiis is a very suplerior Tea.
Golen Cheap chop, plantation or garden
Golden chiop. This is the fiinest Green Teat
cltivated int china. It is ,.f tice tirst pickings,
arid lxc' Is aell ,ether Gresen T1ens lior its deben-~
cy of flavor. strength 'andl nroneiu. hieretofeere
this 'Teat has never teachced this counitry, ex..
cept ini simall lots. rt.s piresenits to i.itporters.
lysont very fine, 75
PIaetttotc growvth, .
Gunipowvder, geod. 1 (0f
' snlpericir, 75)
"' smialel lea f plant. gr. 1 25
-* brish acid fragrant, 1 00
..enrionia leaf. very .4tsperior, 1 25
!Jysoni skit, good line flavor, ;38
IIoeacoiig., goetal, full flavor, 38
" fe, 5I)
S veoey superior, 77
extra fine. 501
Oeoloeng, sutog flavor. fine, 50
Geilonig. Thias Test is ac grreat favorite, and
given uneiersal satisfaction.
Very litne; 63
Extrae linte. ocie lb. acid haslfbctys7
Ne Plus Ultra. ~ bcty 5
No Plees Ulli-a. Theis tea is as sweet anud
fragrant its a nlosegay. it yieldhs a perfumne
that' is truly duegletel. It is ofgatrden growalh,
ad stiperir ti ainythincg of the kinid ever sold
an this iscnitry.
Eccghshl Urealif. Tea, floe, 50
Pekost flavor, 75)
Conga, good, . 3171
- very good. .540
Pekeake flowers. good, * 314
"Gardeni growiih, 1 50)
Be'sides the aboteve we expect daily frocm Chii
na feveral splendhil chops of Tea, excltusively
imtported by die Pekice Teas Ceimpancy, sa
whtch we inttecd to cophyrighit to prevent
ery. Let eaur agemis get ready-. r i h
Editors arid pueblsheers of 'dersic.lh
Um'ed States, Cc acnada, W f~ns in thei respeo
tiiivethelor ii~;1 is notice will be pa~id
rte surr .al tua n ts hey amay chirose to
seereth atn , above cataleagne, at thte prices
sectr,--d, anid by puirchusing of the Comopa.
"Nice the cimioeunt of their bill. which they'
tre at liberty to dispose of ad they please.
May 10, 18.18 13 1tS
Roberts' Cheap Cash Store!
e1ling~ off at Cost for' One
3 PL EN DID 5lluscovado 8tugar, 11 pounds
Mlalssses,. sa me s last, at 374 cts a gallont,
Cofiee 101 pocuds for $!,00,
N. York craishied siigar, 8 pounrds for $1,00,
Faectoiry Ytern. all nutmbers. 87.1 ets.,
Factocry stripues, Io.3 ce. a yacd,
ges, cheoiceat brands, 25 tea 50) cts a dozen.
All -new Goeods, arid niow int Score. acnd for
sale by R1. S. RODIERTS.
Maey 2d tf 15
ALL thouse indebted to the estate of Charity
y~ ohnson,. de'd., are reqgnested to maeke
meiedihte peayenct. anid those jr avlcng demtands
o present themi properly attested.
C. [3. GOULDEN,
SIMEON ATTA WAY,
;,,1,7 tf "1
RElI .OV.A L.
JPMJ KETCIIJ.J. A* CO
HAMI ISU ItO, d. C.
AVE remove ctheir stock of Dry Goods
to the Store under the American Hotel.
(late lIbbad's.) where it is their.purpose to
keep a fnll assortment of . ,,..
American, French and EngUsk
We would take this opportunity to return out
thanks to our numerous friends for the'very *
liberal patronage bestowed on us for the lot si.'
yeats, and would solicit a continuance of their
W e would also invite all persons buying Dry
Goods in Hamburg, who are .aot already on
our large list of subsciibers to give us a trial.
Our stock will consist of a much larger and
more general assortment than we have hereto'
fore kept. We shill also continue to keep our
usual asortment of Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Efoor
Matting, Bonnets, and. Ladies.and Childrens
N. BE.-Just received a full assortineni 011
numbers of genuine
Dutch Bollitug Cloths.:
which together with all articles in our line will
be.sold as low as they can be procured in Ham.
burg or Augusta.
W M. KETCHAM & CO.
Hamburg. S. C. Aug. 7-11 ' - 29
PIa .W 0 F OR.T1S.
1WR AARON A. CLARK. havingi
. lately returned (ruin New Yolk -with a
choice asturtmnent of
With and withount the AOLIAN ATTACH.
MEN'T. from the celebrated manufactory of .
NLJNNS & CLARK, and intending to,keep
for sale a constant supply of these and other,
Musical Instuments.- :
At the Ware-louse of GEIGER & PART
LOW, in the Town of Hamburg, on asjkaors
ble terms as at any place in th'e 80UTHEN
STA I'ES, invites the attention of those per.
sons in want of such articles, and solicits" them
to call and examine for themselves before.pro
ceeding fnrther, where will also be foun'd a
supply of new and fashionable SHEET MU
SIC and BOOKS of instruction for the Piano.
A. A. CLARK ntinues to Tune Instru
ients, in which business he has been employed
!ir nine years past.
April 3m II
State Agricultural Society
of south Carolina.
HE following PRlMlUMS.gilIh
awarded to the successful competi
tors, at the seni-aunnl meeting, to b9
held.in the village of dliartanburg, on -the
second Wednesday in Sept. nexi :
1. For-the best Stallion, .for. Agricutu
ral purposes-a silver medal.
2. For the best Mare, for AgriculturI
purposes; a Silber Meda-l.
3. For the best native Bull, over 3
years; a Silver Medal.,
For the hest native Cow, over 3 y
a Silver Medal.
5. for the best Jack, bred in South
Carolina; 'Silver Medal. - -
6. For -the best Mule, bred- in Bout
Caroliua; a Silver Medal.
7. .For the best Rain, adape jo ar
climate; a Silci Medal.,
S. For the best Ewe, adapted'46,d~
climate; a Silver .Medal.
9. For the best Ram, regati-ai $
chiefly; a i~lrer Me4al,
10. To-the- tnost. succeisfuld UI en=
give growerof cloter.for..three,
yers; a Silver Medal. e.
11. To the sticcessi'ul competitor in . a
ploughing match, with double ar single
eamn; d:Silver Medal.
-12. For the mtost succossftal and entie..
stt'e esperiiett (vith lime for three conse
cut ive fesard otto complete set of the Far
mer's Registeln -cuut~
13, For ihn -best eidce Farm inithe
District of Sp-ah'anhurg; a Silver Cop of
t he value of 510. '-- -
A full and detailed statement of-the
value and operations of the Farm, totie
furnished by the 'Agricultural Society of
Sparlanhurg, or a Committee of thre
disinterested farmeis of the District.
. A pril 5, tf . 11
WTLLa be sold at Bltia's N. York Foun
Sdry, after March i5, 1848, at the follow'
tg very low prices, for approved 63 months'
-Roman. Tide &c.Saedic
Pied, , per lb. 30 cts 52 00ts
Small pica . 32 5d i 1
Long primer 34 60 10
Burgeois . 36 6t6 O s
Brevier 42 741 120g"
.iion 483 84 13d
Noipatreil * 5 100 jos
A-.'ue .. 7.2 120 i80
Pearl 108t~ l6'0 220 '
The abo-ie prices in consequenace of increas
ed facilities for tmanufacturirig, are mutch re
dced f'rom formner rates. A liberal discontt
for Cash in hand at the dare of the invoice.
Presses, Chasies. Cases, Wdood Ty pe. -Ik
&c furnished at the lowest mania acMt(
prces, either for cash or credit.
Our specimetn B~ok for 1818 is nocw Teay.
for di-stributiona to Printers *vho will send trr
it, a nd contains manjy new ai-ticles that we have
ieve.r before exhibiited, stuch a.,ls b fIour
ihes, 0Oia me,' OrnrimentatIit, &c. of
whia ,.. ye an am~ple .tedt or the prompt
sdnof orders. wh. hoe opb
f'inters of~ Neiwspad1efs h hos opb
lish ths Advertisomnit three times before the
1st of June, 1848, and send- us one of their pa.
ler, will be paid fur it in Type- when-they
1trehase front us, of our own -alannfacture,
elected fr'om our specimens, five times the
mnmotr.tof their bill.
For sale, several goodl second handed Cylin.
Jer and Platin Power Press, Standing Freases,
iand Printing Presses. &c.
. GEURGE .BRUCE & Co.
13 Chambers-street, N.York.
A pril 12 3t 12.
T T OFSOUrI' CA ROLIN4A .
IN 'iW CO.U1MONV PLE AS.
Thomas P. Mtilner. Declarationt.
vs. in Attachmnent.
VI lIE Pisintiff in the above case, having
Ithis day tiled his Declaration in my of
(iec. and the Defendant having neither wife
nor attorney, known to reside within the limits
of this State, oit waotm a copy of said Declara
ion, with a role to plead. catn be. served. On
motion of Mr. Adams, attornley for Plaintiff, it is
ordered,that the said defendant appear and plead
to the said Declaration. withitn a year and a.
dy from the date hereof, or judgmnent will he
given' against hinm by default. .
TH-O. G. BACON,. Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice. Edgefield C. 1.18th Nov. 1847..
november21 . ly 44
SWANTED, a Young Man 10 stay itt
a Store. One that cau come well recommnen.-.
dd will be pro(erred. F.niqiire atiflis Office.
31in 17 11 - 1i7