Newspaper Page Text
nd-?almetlo Regiment, and conduct them
to the Speaker's stand-that the oldest
Officer pEesenm he tendered the command
-that the Oration be delivered at 11
That the Reverend Clergy of the Dis
trict be invited to attend.
The Committee then tdjournerl.
N. FRAZIER Chm.
For ie Adverlicer.
Ma. Enrott.-lt is not our intention to
enter into a newspnper controversy upon
the Bank. and other questions of the inn
dern rel rmers, hut n hen we see exertions
thaking fropt eertain q'arlers by persons.
or perhaps the same individual over the
dit'erent signitures of "A Voter," ' Vox
pupuli," &c.. s't themselves or himself
up as the "'pse dtrit" of old Edgefield.
and attempt to enli:thten her citi.ens upon
the Bank cinostinn. nt the e:pense of cer
" thin candidates, and hold up ex Governor
Hammond as a deni-god and the eeiseit
tman in all South Carmlina, we cannot but
congratulate the anti Batik party, that
they have a friendl, with the assistance of
"A nti-Debt," that's a'goin;g to commander
tse the State and do the thion tip '-Briwn."
They would have you. sir, believe that so
soon as a man is elected to the Legisla
ture, he becomes, as a matter of course.
corrupt and di,honest, and incapahle of
legislating for the geaeral welfare aud
public good. they have also made grave
charges against the lsank, and imputes
ignorance to our Legislators, our Direc
tors, and entertain about the same good
opinion of our examitting comnnittee-s. All
this hutbuggery, Mr. Editor, I am not at
all astonished at, when we hear "A Vo
ter" proclaim as it were from the house top,
that the Bank should be blown up, root
and branch, no matter how well it may
be managed, and how large the profits.
This confirms us, fellow citizens, in the
opinion we have long since entertnined.
that these attacks upon the Bank of the
State (the people's hank) comes from the
stockholders and friends of the private
bank or from thore who in gone by lavs,
have been delinquent debtors to our Bank.
Yes sir, the stockholders in the private
banks are a class of men that know their
interest too well not to perceive at once.
that the Bank of the State has been a pro
fitable concern, and that if the customers
can be driven from the Batik, they must
and will, as a matural consequence. come
to their own banks: This is the secret of
the whole matter, fellow citizens; they
wish to destroy your Bank in toto. and
my word for it, if that should be the case,
we are -used tp men.'" To illustrate
Suppose. for instance. there was no Batik
of the Stute, and the private Banks, as
they. are called, should suspend spc ie
payment, and as the times are rather
squally, suh a state of thtings rnight take
place, as'in former days with most of
them, what would be-your condition? Why
bad .enongh.- Your.Tax Collector would
be ipstrueted by the Comptroller General
to receive for taxes nothing hot the specie,
or hote?'or speie' paing banks. -The
bankVA viagresQp6ndell.~ofecourser their:
-' '- bil to giee he
tNe'l>I ll'w tr - executions-=levy onl
yar:p,op'erty and expose the same to sale
before the Court Houso dloor. att an enor
moos sacrihce~. The fact is a pmurchiaser
could scarcely be f-undl, save E warms of
men, Agents of -the priva'e -banks, with
their pockets full of-specie, standing readly
in.take xout.property..for little or not hing.
Tihis would certainly be the natural state
of thiugs,'fellow citizens, if you had n
bank. Bitt you-.have a Bank, and you
-should feel proud of it; for it holds a check
upon the private banks, antd prevenhts
specuilations of a ruinous character upon
the citizepis of South Carolitna.
Let me warn you not to place too
much cndmence uponi the opinions of "A
Voter,'" "Vox Populi," and "Aniti Debt;"
titey are your enemies, andl enemies to
vour Bank. "VossPopuli'' would have
you believe the whole State to lbe up mi
-rins against the Bank, pad1 that three
of the people are led by "Anti
con ' so The di,cossian ia only
so tar as ' - 1 anti EmIgoeleit and
old Edlgefield, wv -tditg the voters ofC
them to decide thme ma ~willing for
elections. We have too mu me:ober
in their honesty and integrity, to thte e
a moment, they will be gutlledl by "Antm
Debt," "Vox Poputli." or "~ A Viter.'' We
care not wvhat inivestigatiomn of tihe Bank is
made, we believe it will prmve stunid to
tho core, and the people will sustain it
For we have the Repoirts of the President
of the-Bank. the Comnpiroller Genmerars
Report, and the reports of the dilf'erent
Bank Committees, nil shewing the Bankl
("Anti- Debt." S.Vox*q Poputli." atnd "A
Voter" to the conmary notwithstamnding.)
to be in a soundl and henlhy conditin. Il
the cry of REFoRM. RF0a should be thei
rulinig passion of the great matss ofC thei
people, let us do away with the privame
banks, deprive the mof thetir charters as
soon as we can, and increase the cap'italI
of our own 'Bank, and estabilish branches
wherever they are needed, antI let all the
proaits arisimng from banking operations gmo
into our own bank. anid in a few years the
public debt woulif he paid off, antd our
taxes reduced to a mecro song. But "A
Voter" '"Vm' Populi" and "A ntt Debti
-informas us thnt there is so tnnch competi
tion in the Batnk, thmat it is necessary to
publish the liahilities of thme Oficjers of th:e
Bank antd Members of the Legi-lature.
We dotn't believe it. Neither are we itn
-favor of publishintg to a cazitng multitude
their liabilities: it wvotuld be dleat h to mIme
Bank to establish .sneh~ a precedent. ir we
have a IJank, let it lie upomn ani eq.nality
with other hanks. If. we abolish what is
called the "natth of secrecy" in otur batik.
abolish it in all the baniks. As I have
said before, these chmarges anmd grave in-in-t
uatious comres from the enemies oif the
Bank, and thuts arc repeated year afitr
year. during thn session mif'le Leg-slatre,
and I- have no diubi if "A Ve'ter." "Vox
Populi" and "Anti-Debt" r,boubll show
their hanids. they are stockholders to a
greaier or less extenmt in what are called
the privamte Banks. OLD SALUDA.
--Four thousand emigrants from Europe
arrived at New York, emn Saturday last,
[Correspondent ofSte Charleston Courier.]
Vsasu1NcTOK. JULY 9.
We are quite ,agiiated with thd rumor
that the Southern men are aetting up a
democratic opposition to the anItimore
nominations. I speak only of the rumors
to that eT'ect, vouching for no statements
as to what has been done in the South.
Mr. Yantcey's elntluetce nnd enthusiasm
might well be supposed to have had ;orre
eTect in the South It is said and believed
here, that the Southern discontents among
:he detucruey will hold a Convention in
a estur, at IRichmond, for the purpose of':
notminatiug Southern demoerats Lit,le.
tmn W. l'azcoelt, of Virginia, and Gen.
Q+titman, of Missisppi. are talked of as
thrir not inees for the Presidency a:d the
The result of this movement is conjec
tured to be a total defeat of Gen. Ca=s.
and the fai!ure of the election before the
people; but Gen. Taylor. in any event, is
likely to receive a plurality of electoral
votes, and the house may, or may not
choose him as the Presidet.
The Southern movement forms a new
and disturbing elemen t in the election. ac
cording to the views of all parties here.
The President's Message accompanying
the Treaty of Peace produces ntch war at
home. Various exceptions are taken to
it, from its Oeginting to it.s end-hoth in
regard to its general statements and its
postive propositions. it is a document that
inight create party division and local divis
ion, if they did not already exist.
The policy of compromising the slavery
question by extending the line of the Mis
souri compromise to the Pacific was advo
eated very strenuously to-day, by Mr. Re
verdy Johnson. in his speech on the Ore
gon bill. It is very true, as Mr. Johnson
say,, that this is the only way of disposing
of this troublesome qinestion. 'i'le Mis
suuri compromise, was never disturbed.
and no disposition was ever shown to cis
turb it. The framers of the compromise
anticipated no accession of new territory.
or they undoubtedly would, as Mr. 1.
sys, have provided that the compromise
should extend to the territory thereafter to
be included in the. Ution. Mr. Jnhnsomt
insisted very strongly that the Missouri
ot:promise ought to becarried out. In re
gurd to the rights of the South, Mr. J. took
the Southern ground. I am still of the
opinion that the Missouri compromise will
be adopted by the Senate, but the que:
tion is not likely to be taken for a fortni;ht.
The L-mrensville Herald says. "For
some days past we have had unusual!"
warm weather, and our planters have
slightly s':tTered from drought. During
te last week, however, refreshing and fer
talising showers have been genetal thro'
out the district, which. whilst they cheered
the farmer by invigorating his crops. have
tended materially to increase the pleas
antness of the temperature."
Dtstressing Accidcnt.--A melancholy
eyent occurud yesierday afternoon at Sul
hvan'y Island. winch has strongly excited.
h.mpathies of dtic'mmnunity. Three
w f D utu Raveowero. eng;t
ged ibaising, and were carried out by
the ebbing tiue beyomt their depth. ISy
stronuous elfoits fuor of the children were
escued wthen uearly exhausted, but a
ighly interestmg ilde daughter of Dr.
Lvenel, aged 11 years, sunk before she
:culd be reached, and up to a late hour|
1.st eveuting, her body had not bee-i re
. uicide in Prison.-Mrs. Crowder, who
was contined mt jail, comyvcted of trade
tg witit ntegrotes, comisttted suicide ott
Monday evenintg biy Itaugitg herself, one
seemed to have comtmitted the act deliber
itely, having stretched a bilanket across
tho window to prevent observattiotn, atnd
made fast a htankerchief to one of the bars
of te winidow; it is supposed site tied the
fatal knot sitting on thle window sill, frotm
wuich she let herself duwit.
Cumden Journal 12Lth inst.
A N A1'P.SL -ro P uabic OPINION
Th'e bSouthiern Lhrnstwn Adrtocasle ol the
23l says: A paimphlet oh sinite biXty or
seventy pages hats beent drawni ny by
Dr. tsascout, andl wilt be stuurily forth
cotmiti fio.o tne press ot Mortton & Garls
,olt, Ltouisville, K(y. It ts an yAp
eX ,.t Public tuttton, mi ai series ot
C hureit~L th,. Ut 111n Oi the M1. 1
anid i.terests oto '4$, uifectoig the rights
A large edi tion h,i - tJhutchl, tiuth."
dttubt not, the pubhucato Idtred, andt we
nluet.tial in preserving th14l~l
lere.ti:es itom the contfuston whticn t.~L"
burgti Conferetnce 0.i;:hit oilier n se itring
abouiut, We shall give our readers eat ly
notice of' it3 ap1pearance, and of the style iin
w tiach it mteets the present emiergenic ttt
the Weast. It wsill present ani expose tnt
only of the Abolition tendencies anid char
ater of the Northern General Coolerenice
of the reaisonts which led to the rejectin tif
Dr. Pierce, of the repudiating urdi.tance,
tut probably will indicate the mteatsures
which the Southern Comminissiners will
feel thietmselves called on to adopt with
regardl to thto silly Plait of Arh.tratioin
wichf tuau body hias wnh sit miuch ell'uort
origittated it will have a wide circulation.
1Fire Fcee is becotming quile cntotmo
in Idlinois. Them Cost is about tirity-live
cnts to the rod, and, it antswers a mtost
admirable puirpoee against all stock but
so itne. Cattle, and horses pariicuiarly.
Iaft eritavinig their noses well, saiwed by it
tine enni scareed be got tnear it agait.
Clerkal Repealers. -The Cork Report
er states that the Romitn Cathttile Areb,
tishtp sif Cashel, Di. Slatterly, aind the
Cler;y of his Diocese, " actuated by a
similar spirit to that which has influenced
their brethren oif Cloyne, Mea'lh, and
Waterford, have unanimously resoilved to
a-tress hier Majesty. declaring the i tne
ilite andi pressintg necessity of restoring
the Jrish- Legcislaiure." The Romant
Catholie Bishop anti Clergy of Fernts,
havo also prepiared' an atddress to her Ma,
jsy, prayintg lier'to assetmble thte Irish
Paliamenit. Within two months repeal
has masde tremetndonts progress amnongst
he Ronman Catholic Clergry.
BY Li ST V1GHT's MAIL.
Distressing Accident to Gov Johnson.
It is with feelings of deep pain. that we
learn from the annexed letter addressed ro
a friend of Gov. Jnhnson at this p'aee,
from one of his hoasehol'l, of the unfortu
nate accident which has happened to thr,t
respected and bloved gentlemen. 'The
Itter referred to, is dated Limestone. July
13th, 9 o'clock, p i.. ned states the foul
I regret the sad cotnstrophe that corn
pels me to write i0 you so snon. The
Governor t,-night in w"alkitng nut of the
door on the back piatzza, stutbled over a
dog lying on the mat, and fell prostrate,
breaking his left le_ in toc) places very se
verely. The Doctor is just satting it. and
onsequently the Governor is suffering ex
rntia'ing pains. The honos have 'ut
through the flesh, rnd he ha- bled pro
lusely. I will write you more fully by 'he
We sincerely trust that the iijury may
not prove a severe one, al that our hon.
ored Governor may soon he restored to
ble trerformance of his important duties.
C"lumnbia Daily Telegraph, July 18th.
Tdegraphed for the Daily State Ga:ette.
New Orleans, Ju 13.
An arrival from Taunpico repnr's thrt
he Central Government of Mexico htd
tent a force to take possession of that
,lace, and that entrance was tefusel by
lie citizens. Great excitement in conse
Faredes and his confederate Jarauta,
ire still operating against the Government
and are likely to give serious trouble.
The Government of Mexico has appro
iriated 8300.000 fir tihe relief of Yucatan.
Paredes has issued an address to a unm
cr of States for aid in his movemont a
,ains! trio government.
Eight thoisund Yucatanos have taken
efuge in Marida al Campeachy to es
-ape from the Inlians.
Worth's division is still at Jalapa.
A rich manl's son freqently begins
le world whtert" his farthr left off, and
-nd: wher.r his f aber began-penniless.
aivo vour son a trade, and lt him be
if some service to the world he lives in.
h; ain himu p to sonw honuor.ab le business,
rid in dule time he will dl >ubly repay for
he labor and the pains bestowed on his
huller Lodge .o. 17.
E. @, e. 9.
(" Regular meeting of this Lodge will
ie. held on MoNuday evenmng next. at 8
'clock, JOH N LYON Sec..
July 19 it 2G
"TJ;11araton,. ,tceultnpanytng my . reply..,' to
euVr O Sptr-s, in thae Adveitijei.Iaet Ap~ril. it
nista&e occurs: the priter talkiug '*too'? :for
ten inutes," It shotld lead in less-thanttoo;
nstead of "te inutites." So reads the ori
inal certilicatet atnd I am pretty certain the
nannucript reads a'o. I remarked the m:istake
t the tme, bin did tnt think the differenace
nateriali: but "drownaing metn will catch at
nrawa." [HUGH [lENDERSQM.
Jully 19, It 26
t. CAUSiE &C0
"TUE CRY IS STIT. THEY CaMS.
Jiore .Vew & Cheap Goods.
1 Case of Mutn rnius~ & Fantey Pr,rits.
Somae more of those Linets Camn. linkfs. 12.A
Ladies' blkc, silk t wisted nett Gloves. 50
-white cotton hlose. (au good art.) 123
Pieces Eng. furniture Chaintz. 10) & 20
Swiss and Check':i Mtuslins. 25 311
Lineta Braids. Tapes & IF.dginags.
Brown Sn:ear, lighit antd dry. 12 lhs for $! 00
. 1.beauitiful. 10 lbs I 01)
Rin Cof'ee. a gnood arrie!. 10 lbs 1 00
stewart's Rtefinedl Lo:af Sn1glr, .
Rsiitn- anid Soda IBisetits. 1.
Lent Syrup, very goo.d. only. 3.
And at variety tof other goods, tiaaly fotti
in a Country Store-which will be sold eq.tal
ly low as above menotioned.
N B. The above G,Od< nr" expected thi.
eveting, anid will be of'ered to morrow (Toar
July 19) St 26
TS hereby givetn, that rtpplien tuon will lbe
Im;ade to' the Legi-dratutre for an Act of
inocorpornltion) of Mount Tlathor Church.
situated1 6 miles N. E. of Edgefield Court
'' 91848 3m 2G
Sheeb given. that .'ext Legislature
. will he petitionedti praving no ~ening of
a Poblic Road. ne.sr J. G. Burnett's. 1 ruin
by J. W. andI R Coopet's residence, into the
Island Ford Road. nt'ar Tr. C. Grifint's,-thentce
across it by James Cresswveli's residience, on
threrngh N. L. Griffmn's plantatation. inato the
oldI Chta.lest"in Road, nenr his quarter.
July 19, 1848 26 3m
PPLICA TION will hbe made at the next
.A.ession ofthe Lerzislaunro to diacontinue
theoldConleson oadbetween tIm B3ridge
on Niinety-Six Creek and rhe Creek next n
bove the Gin hionse of N. L. Graditn, on the
Jualy 19, 1848. 3m 26
Br'oug;ht to the Jail
OF this District, a neemn mtan, who
. says his name is SIMON. anti that
ie belongs to Mr. P,aile.v Philips, living
within ten iles of Livicsgsuon Post Omeie,
Sumter Counmv. Ala. Said fellow is a
hont five feet. 74 incehes high, light com
plexion and between 28 and 30 years of
age, lie has a double rotw of upper tront
teeth, rand has lost his left hig.roe. lie
says he ranaway aibonir seven weeks since.
When taken hie hail a horse, which, he
says hto stole nrear Motntgomery, Ala.
The. owner is requested to come for
ward, prove properly, pay charges andi~
take him away, or lie wi'll lhe dealt n~ ith
are the lawv directs.
A. II. BUR T, J. E. D.
Ju .. 7 tf, 2n
Ch t Cash Store
Ed e f'eld& :% ouae; Soulh Carolina.
. 4AS- rec b the inte arrivals front
Philad b New York as follows
Drg Gqda anner's Oil
Canlicoes.'Iatety pierm "
BINetchedlU,t scs. ath Blriek
Unblenche'L 't'' tire Starch
Geor is Osburg 'al Erntns
Stnpers =A ari Ash
io. Yarns,:alliNc reetn's Extract of
Wsistc(9ntinge js Lemon & Vanilla
Scotch Ginihamf Sal Soda
rlpron'Cli-kr; (uond Pepper
Indigi BloeSipaoesSilhte oil .iorphine
Blue.nnd Orunge,"'! Acids. all kirnls.
Oil Red -Epson nnd Glauder
Rtibbonis .. " Salts
Bint Jeans - Chalk, Roin and
White do. - Whiting
Kid ;Gloves.- r R'tten Stone. and all
Assorted uspo s the Drn_sand .lyedi
Silkn'ndCotto es cines kept in the
Hosiery, all kin a largest Stores.
Linen Thread I. S. Rnr.trs. hnv.
Spool CottuO: ing been its I,rac.tice ns
Pcrfumert a Physiciatt several
Soaps, tranisp'L , 'years. gives advice in
a varte-x all diaenses withont
" Sattd: Boots and Sl(ors.
" Milit Me'isIoot; and Shn-s
Cologne. all err Women's
Rose Water.: Children's "
Alacasanr Oil tay Boy's"
+ ti'' *r
Bears Oil. K Youth's " "
Fan.y A cedar 11are. Ac.
Combs, ehell Tubs, and Pails
" pocie P Painted and Horse
small too Buckets
Pin Cuishions Br.mmta, all kn,ds
Needle Case. j'" Baskets, various kinds
Gald and-oth . do Wood Chnrns
o Pencilsatnsn Painted Keelrers
Smelling Bottle-J Japanned Tin Ware
Card Cases Window 1l3indt. &c.
Shaving Brtii+hod. II,rdwarc.
Pcket Botks Shs'vels. Spades. &c.
Segar Cass e Band and Log Chatns
Drugs atdJledidnes Kettles and PanIs
.. .Jayte'sd ly Skiuners n nl Ladles
Mediciries. . Wagot Whips
Snlphate of Qntne Briar Scythes
Castor Oil , Patent do.
thubarb and; tiTT Braces. Gauges and
Camphor - B - evels
pecactanha':" Key Rings. Razors
Twnsend's "Sa. Knives and Fnrks
parilla. Pocket Knives
White Lead, Stock, Rim. and Pad
Linseed Oil. Locks. &c.
Which.. to eter wIth a large assortment of
Crockery. Gk-V2 re. Hats. Caps. Bonnets.
ooks and'S Z nare offered for sale very
heap for Cailb:oly. Otnly Agent in this
place for DtJ a 's celebrated Fatmily Medi
July 17 if 26
STAT&OE SOUT[i CAROLINA.
;;A N ORDIA r4Y.
, J.01 111,L. Esq.. Ordiuary of
11E'Ig i Distr:ict
.Where seph Patterson and Nancy
'orrest ba sipplied tome fur Letters of
Adminis oit all. and singular the
Zoods tindi ttels, rights and credits of
Wychie # ts,:ded,.late:.of the Dis
urict-,aforl ,chased. e r - ,
all aIi; snmalar., the kinded,and red
ors of tli.d+deceased, to.t e and appear
before tne1re r,,next Ordinary's Court
for the sai0iPji iot, to.he hilden at Edge
reld Courtl ':se, on the 31st day of 1-uly
ext, 4to sh(sg ause,. if' 'any, why the
said. ad miliistration;shontId not be gratetd.
Givein under:anythand and seal, this the
th day oh ,.JitLy, in the year oaf tour
Lord one i.Touimnd .eight hundred and
frtyeighianaflI the 72d1 year of Amer
Jtzlyi~(H J)N llL L, 0. E. D
p HlE Annati re tng of the Edprafield and
UAhlieville Ut tt Bihle Assoaiation n~ ill he
ed at Iloreb C nrch. Ott Satnrday br!owa te
third L.ord's daty Jutly (ttnstant) and days fo.l
lowing. Chtnre. ecomnpostng the Asrinti..n
are regnetStedl r et ptomp)tly it senoding up
T1he Inttrtodne iy ermn will be pre1c'hedu
Io Satturday, by ev. Wm'. P. Martini. "r hais
alternate. Rev. -Colemnan. The. A .ttiv.-r
.ry Serm-lal. 0 Suntdny. at 11 a'einek hy
Rev. R. A. Chi . or his alternate, Rav..Jthnt
Trhe 'xcniti Comntice will mteet on
Saunmday at 10 kick
*W. S. H A RRIS. Sec. .
July 12 2t 25
t HA ES A. MEIGS,
RE' IL DEALER IN
ForeignU Dome--fic (ood s,
Grce's Cr'ockery andf
I R DW AIRE.
a A TS.CA . BONN ETS &STlO0ES.
Enor.EII: Coua-r Housi: S C.
ty" Orde'rs fro thte Cotuntry resperthttly so
ici'e'l andt pro ptly execu ted.
July 12- . tf -->
FAN Y GOODS.
T1IE saha her has on han.l antd for sale.
fan asse'rs nt'of PANCY GOODS, cona.
sisting in part viz.
Silk Pttrses, . Shaving Cream,
Steal Bends.'T &Sop
Rings for bng od pur. Toileti do.
Gu ard d.hn'iit, - Vanlin Strings,
Shell & horn si combs steal Pens.
.. -Tte do. BR'. & Redi Seal Wax
Dressing & Pt et do. BI'k & enl'd Wafers.
tel & Sil- Pe .ils, Letter & Note Envel.
Silv. & WVood .ne~ils, Silk atnd Linetn Braids
Toth & lintr~ shes, Sai Boxes,
Shoe & Coett da. Ink Stuads.
Shv. Brnsh. Boxes, Ba'k Blte & Red Ink
PnI Boxes, . ndtelible Itnk.
Taoilet Powder, . Coloigne Water.
Prepareal Chalk Perftumetry.
For sale~by C. A. ?aEFIGS.
July 12 '
F R SALE.
A TRACT. F LAND, containing Five
hundlred -. d eighty..live acres (6)
twelve miles fr Edgefll C. H.. lyinag be.
tveena Beove'rd ni tmd Tturkey Creeks, 1.3
miles froml Cart ilh'ill.
Tertms will b made easy.
Aply Lt PLATT BRUNSON.
may 31. ' 6m . 19
,000 1 .aBacon & Lard.
USTr recht ed a large lot o.f superior l3a
coni, whie will be sold low for Cash.
May 17 1 J. A. W[LLIAMS.
May 17 i
JOfN D. CEAtE, H. D,,
Plys-iceau and .ur geon,
B EGS leave toofTer ids profe-Ssionnl servi
ces to the citizens of 7tdg.fiel nnd:vicini
ty and respectfully to solicit-a share of* Iheir
Dnctur C.'s past puccess in the rreatment of
disea+es of men, women and .-hildren. encmor
aed him thua to ask the support of an etnlight
V 11ott, M. D., Ni;' York City,
A. Clark. M. I)..
R . I'rnry. Al. 1) . Ilvd::on. N. Y,
G. Kimhntli. .1. D.. L=+IwelI. Alna.
It. 1 Child. Ml. D.. 1itt."field. Masa.
N. 13--Prompt nttention uivet to calla left
my resilenep. the lose Ijrn:erly ocen ied by
S. S. 'rmlkm-s. E:q.. by itighht or day, or at
thin Post (Ifice by day. J. V. C.
:ta:y 17 tf 17
Dr. L. H. DeLange,
FROM ,.IlA RLLElSTON & %UGUSTA.
CAN he found at Mr. SPANN'S llOI'TEL.
for a few days only.
A few months, or longer indul.ence. will be
gilven to all reeponsibte persao. who mnalv
sire it. 'l'hns they mlay lully test my "work,"
bsiore paying Ii)r it.
Refer to Dr. 11. A. Rodrigne.. S rePnn
Deutist, in ihar'lebson. and to mlany of the
maruu respectable liltnilirs in A ugusta atad Ha:n
Jnne 21 22 if
L,i%t of Letters
REnAItIo in 'he P~mt 0flive, at Edge
field Curt hIouse, July lst. 1848.
Allen. 0 IV Jones. A
Aires. V M Jones, ,li,e N
,ratlfieltl, V Loti. U.isi Al
lilanr 1 . Lannnm. John 2
Boylston, J Alnrtin, B
Bleaae. Mrs I lalpass, J M
lInrl, B iobley &. lilelsoe,
Blalock. Mrs 13 Mimm,is. C W
B..ukaiht, W. Alattheu4, B C
Baxter, S 1 Morris, J
Band. Elizabeth Moragne, V C
litl.ught. C Mitchell. C
Conrles, Il F,' M aise, j
Collin;. J New, Win
Campbell, J A Oldrich. P W
Cenol, Wmll Posey. M
Culbreath, Vm Pre<tlev, J D
Corrv. B Pope, J S
Clark. 11rs S Presley. T
Cooper. J Padget. 1I
Cotlr, J Al Palmer, M
Childress. F . Quatt!ehum,
Dike.s. Billy Dohey J Rutherford, M
Denny. J Reio, C T
Elzey. L Rodgers, Miss
Feeles, S Kandnll, J R
Freeman. Ann Scott, B R
Gs+node, 1\i-s Al B Simpkins. A
(JIUeade. Thsrinas Strphenas, C
Gibs, IAl Still, E
Cil1. B . Spikes. U
Gibbs. Mlics 1 Samnel. Miss M E
Gohinan. R Simpson, Alr
llarvey. T B Snyley, A J
Ilerlnne, H C Thomas. J
1 aghes. S T .Thomas. T R
ll:aden, MissJ F ' 'urner, H C
Hill. A1rsS Tomkins, J
ende}sn. J Tally. C
Hl-.tn; W Wilkinson..J G1
Hightower, W B Whately. A
Iloi. Miss E Whatety. S:
Houston. J A Walton. M . .
Per .ons calling for the above letters,
will pe sy a they are advertisedl.
'N1. FRA Z ER,. P. Mi
July 1 3' 24
[-l.A D QUA R'T ER S4
2d Ri g'nt Cav;alry, S. C. Al.
lin pnlrsunniat of Ordlera. fram Brigadier
Cm'neral.1. Wa. Gnvtioni, nna Elaetioan ill he
haasl oni Satutray tim 2-ad of' Jnily aaext. for
Alajor. to comniutad the Edgefie;ld Squadirona
rTe (.ammnnldingY Officer ouf eacha Comnpanly
in the S(aagrundron, wiliil eni o his ;assistancee twvo
oft is Snhaordia:te Olliers, anda hoaldna thn
Ele'ciaon at enah Comp:ay Renadezvons, i.e
spectiv'ely on the dayi abaove namtaad. hemt-en
t,-'honars of 11 a 'ac'oek, A . 1.. and 3 e'clock,
A' lenst nne Manrr fromn each l'oli. will
mneet alt Eadt:hi"ld C. [I. (thet Squadront RIan
dazvout'.) ong ilha 24thg. thea M oanday fl'llow ing
to 'onuit thet vitet iad ir.insmlit thte r'sutlt
sigined by eacth Mnager pre'sent at the c'ount.
ing, to the Brigadaier Gienernl.
By ordler of Tutas. WV. L.anut.
Cor.. 2d Regiment.1s lt itrigotit (:avalry.
hat Division. S. C. Al.
July a at 24
2d1 Rttegint (;avalry. S. C. Ml.
Otwi.ns No '1.
AN F.LECTION will be hldia nt the Chero..
.~ kne pondtil ont t' 6aaurth Satmi tday in Jualy
neaxt, for Capt.airn comaniilaatd the Ed::efield
HnanlIaars Trotap of Cavalry, to fill the vacranciey
occas,tioned~t by the resigmation of A J. [lam-i
Oilier vac.anacies :f anty should oreur by thais
Eletiona. will be filled at thto 5sme lame.
L.'ient. Mlerriwethav. T C. Mathtlis, said Johno
Dau tier, will net as M anatgers.
By rt.-r of
TiiO:4. WV. LANTAM. Col.
2d Regimnem Cavalry S C. M
jnne 7 8: 20
Br'ouught to the .Jaii
F ibis Dlistric.t. 'a negro man3i. whlo enays his
anamle i4 I SAA C.nn ad tt lie heings io
eletao Bl'ackshiira', of L.iatena Couty,~ Ga.
nnd thiat hae raiaatwnay nhiant the last oaf .tv or
1st of Junoe. Saidl 'elia.w is ablont six feeat high.
of very dairk emanplexin. hettwaen 55 anud 56
year's of agn. lHe hiats 'a <car acarass his btreat
and a defect in hais righat eye.
The ownier is regntesated to come forwsaard.
prve property paty chiarges .and imke hiam ne
wy. orthnerwiase lie will be denkl with its the
A. 11. BURT. J. E. D.
Jane 2S. 1818 tf 23
Wool in the Seed.
T lIE Snawenabers are prepalred to Cnrd
wool in the best posstible ma'nnuer for Tull
or Cash. ntt ensioartty rates, and solicit a shaore
of the pnblliec ptaronaJge heretofoare soa Ibertally
bestiwed, and will receive the Wool withont
hurrinag or picking, wvithantt any atddiioanal
charge, at their old standi on Dtuncant'a Creek.
8 miles east of Liairens C. II.
WV. B SH-ELDON & SON.
ay & 3m 15
Datrmat my atbsenaco, fir a short timae
Sfront the State. N. L. GinFrt:e, Esq.
will net ais tmy Atiorney: persons intdebted to
metile piense make patyment to hti.
C. H. GOODVNAN.
Jnne 19_ 18A1A mf 22
R ESt;LVED, that thr elections to be hol.
den on the second Monday in October
next, and the day following for Senators and
Representative in th: state Legislature shall
be h,.d .l the 1following places, and conduct
ed by ti,- follawing persons:
FOR EU)GEFLELD DISTRICT.
At Cunrt Honse'. MIt. Frazier, James. A.
Vilhanis an.. James Sullivan.
Longmire'<. Jasper 11. Yelrel, J. P. Per
rin and J. .ader-.an.
Ridge. Stasunore Watson, Ab er Asbel.
and Gabriel Ilomes.
Colli, r'.. Joseph Bnssiy, P [1. Elam. and
Cherokee I'onds. S. W. Gardner, James
Curry an,t D. niaw.
Pine ilonse. J. If. Kirksey,.G. W. Jones,
and A. Miles.
TuwIL's. Oliver Towles. Hiram May and
George W' ilolloway.
I tinton's Alvin Mc Daniels, John Cheat.
him and J. ''. Burrows.
Shephard's Gel J. Sheppard, Sebron
Sttinnker, and D. W. Devore.
Stniley's. S. jicholson, Wri;zht Addains,
and D. Strother.
Iaribtire. George Parrot, Robert Ander
sutn Iami .rrvi liii.
tllatrntt Willing. A. Simkins. - Sollee,
liir hara.,an's. George Strother. John M.
\Vi. and J:nnams L Hill.
(-tvia. s. lra Crotley, A I Coleman,
and .1. .1I. Maynard.
':arks's. Elas Roherson, Mitchell Wells,
imd L Tucker
l'erry's George tlerriot, J Wise and D.
ljrn N. Wn. P. Andrewa, T. G' Martin
and Willis lRoss,
S hauerfietd. Wm. Quattebun, John Mil
Irr, and John Snelgrove.
Allsn's. W N. Turner. Russel Edson, and
Granitville. S. Wise, James Powell and
Lo:ng's. \V. C. .Mirchell. Jr. W. L. John.
tnn and Felix E. Brodie.
Nail's. J. T. Gardner, John Everett and UI.
Dorn's. Win. May. John Dorn and Alfred
It:andall's. 'ollin Rhodes, W N. Swear
;gcn and A. Hatcher.
Boulwaire's. J Eidson, John Lott and Wm.
Red IlIill. J. M. Clark, Lee Holsten and
D. l-. Bussey.
R.whell's. J. Bla.-kwell, Sterling Freeman1
m d V C. Robinson.
Kreps's H. Gregory, Elias S. Kreps and
Iteinhart's. Ezekiel West, Fred. Kinard_
ani Hartwell Rizer.
Whittle's Ambrose Whittle. Jesse M. Mat
pass and Jom T Mitchell.
Howard's. C. H. Chamberlain, . C.
Bland, and J. A. Talbert.
The Election to be held two dai, af eaC
place. Managers to meet at the Court Hlouse.
an te Wednesday following, count the Votes
nd declinte the election. . . = .
Six Representatives and a Tax Collector to:
Ifany managershall kIn wingly receive an
illeua I vote, or shall refuse to receive a "I
me.or shall neglect : r reffuse to attend to the
election, or shall count the ballows' before tlhe
proper time, or at any other than the ;proper.
pilace, he shall be Iiabl 'to penalties.."A.tA
1716 .3d Stat.: 6,!9, and:A.,A:17213d Stats;
138,.and A. A_1759, 4 Stat V, r""'
" Alanagors are it
regularity at the-ppoil;. and i rr~'
(directedto the 3herf.'t able.]t
Ueputg.)"tohoarhit to jail for one da n
person who refiuses=ton nia c ht ; -
umands of the mana -i
proceedings.-A'. A. 1S3fl96Sta;44aj4$.
Polls to be openedpt 9;o'clock,.A,c.)l M,
closed.at 4 O'clock t .,.ith, convenitliis.
tervahua The box, vessel,'dr bag to b&' aal'd
up when: the polls are closed, and nort to' 6
opened except to receive votes the-second day,
anod to couant the votes at the regular time and
plalce. A. A 172. 3 Statutes, 136.
Redevsv.ed, That the ar t alteriug the foartir
section of'thae Consetitution of the Srave of S..
Caroaliuna be herewith published, to wit. "Eve
ry l'ree white man or thme age or twevnyone
years (paiipersu, nmon commvissionaed .otlicers,
andl piva/tes eat the army of the army of the
Uniite.d States -xcepted) beinag citizens of the
State, avid having resided therein te o years
preivia'ns to thae day of election. anid who has a
free hlde of fifty acres of land or a towni lot, of
which he has heen legally seized and possessed
nt least six moenthis before such election, or not
hnvinag such freuteold ear iowna lot haith been,a
r'-sidhe'nt ini the election district in which he.of
t'ei s to give his vote before the election six
imonaths., shleil hvave a ra,eht to vaote for a mnem
bur 'r eamberse to serve in either Isranch of
the Lergislatuare, for the election district in
which lye hnlds such proper ty or residence.
lteaeolved, That thie t wo years residence re
qvuired by thce Convstittution in a voter, are the
twoe years previons to' the election, anad the six
months residence in the electi'oea district, are
the six moantths imamediately preceetng thme
electieon , lbut ih'an;y person has his hocme ini
ilh,- Stuate. he attis not lose the right of resi
donces by n temaporary absence wvitha the inten
tian vief'retarmnlg ; tbut if onae have his homo
ande fxaily in nuither State, thme presence of'
sucih piersoni. althiougha conatienued for two years
ini the State. gives nio right to wate.
Re'solveud. That Mantagears of Elections are
authoeriz.ed andi regired under thme genieral law
ten hoild ad cotnduct electioens for ('lerk. T1ax
Collectors. Cominaisi.oers ot' the Poor, and
other District Otfiacers, whenever vacancies c.
cear, (:a~ provided biy lawi.) andl that it is uneie.
ceseary liar theis L.egisature to give special dlirec
tionts in relatioan to thme election of'siiid District
Re'solvedh. That the .llanagers, 41 Elctions:
threnghaout the Stat'e be anid are hereby en
jined to tue the utmost ditligenace, care and
pr,annintes'.s in dischvarginig thesie dnties iiinma
kinvg c..rrect 'nmut fei I retnrias. and enaforcinag
the laws and' resiltions provided for their
guianc. so as tai envseure heir aeid v.alid elc-'
ionas, avid preuserve the purity of the elective
Resol-ed. That it shall be thae special duty of
thin Anaers to report to the Solicitrv all vi.
olihms ofl the eb-actioan law, and alt cases of'
bribery anal 'onrreption, and to ease their best ef
hrts to brinag the olf.-ndiaers to itnstice.
M1. FR AZIER. Manager.
.July 12, 1843 .i 25
To our Ousatcmers once
T3 0 emaploy ume to ra,-anir any work, is to
Dpromnise to play cash. TIhmese tae my
termas. I atn neat able or willinag to keep books,
ar toa depend upon gjour negrocs a hiom you send
to munke enigagaeme with me. Whlen the
work is doane, senad the cash.
July5 C. L REFO, A reat.
Juy5tf ' 24
I was pressed oan the 8th inaat., to give a note
im hehalf of Seisan Tayloar, faor $78 65cts.. due
15th Jenly, 18948, to satisfy an unjust claim or
demnanda. I hereby f'orewarna all personas not' to
trade for said note-as I doi not intend to pay
it, unless cotmpetleud by tlaw.
El) at A RD PER)IENTER.
June 30th, 1848.. 3t 2'4