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In the [louse, the Military Appro,
priation. Bill was passed. Thp personna
of the army is limited to 9,060. men.
1'he message from the President, relative
to the establislhnent of Governments in
New Mexico and California was taken
tip, and Mr. Venable of North Carolina,
inade m eloquent speech in defence of the
rights VTthe South to an equal participa
ltisn in the advantages to he derived from
the acquisition of those terrifories, and he
allued to the position occupied by the
Whig and Democratic -parties in relation
to this m'tter.' Ie asked gentliemen if
there was a single Wlig from the North
or West who was not in favor of the Wil
mt Proviso. le then nsked if there was
a single Whig frtn either of the Northern
or Western States who would vote for
Gen. Taylor as President if he did not be
lieve that he would approve the W1hnot
Proviso. lie paused at both these ques
Siun for an answej, but there was no res
ponse. Mr. V. during the session has
spokeu repeatedly. and always ably, in
defence of the rights of the South, and is
to be relied upoi as one of her .most zeal
,us and efficient champions. Mr. Steo
liens, of Georgia, following in defence of
his course in destroying the Coinpronise
Bill,.lbis principal crgunment being that it
secured no rights to the South, a3 slavery
could not exist in any of the Territories of I
the Utnion -wihout a permissive grntt of
Congress. This is strong doctrine from a
Southern man. 'At the termination of his
rematks.he moved to lay the President's
-message on the table, shich was carried
-ayes 76, uoes 60.
The Bufalo Convention.-In this era of
Convenlious that which assembled at
'Buffaloop the Sib of this month was one.of
:a more anomalous character than any
whichbas eyer,been convoked in the Uni
ted Saiaes.,, Disappointed. politicians of
every. hue .willmeet to compare and di
gest their grievances. -There will be Barn
burners from New York, ultra Whigs from
the. Fastern States, and. Western Abofi
-tionsts of all casts, and complexions from
all.pprts of the Union. Such an aggrega
tion.of.the odds and ends of party will
present a.curious.political. phenomenon.
Tbai till.'exhiit. any principle of cohe
sion,,5annot he .expected. That it will
unit,Q nauy:. cotmon platform of prin
cipls wnouldjbe. to -expect order .out of
chaos.,' le.dovention is likely to divide
in Jevery firsi stage of the proceedings,
to.p thbe.Imode of. its organization, for
there sill be any number of factions
wicb are. about to;i,e associated, to find
a conmnon; channel for their multifarious
.Jhe p-oint.of Union ,will be the. nomina-.
tioa oarS dnOtia ticket. The Aboli
tit tsisare putti.gjntheir claims.for-Hale,
audtevwaoa na.wider..platform, than free
soil,teriory.. -They. temand;abolition-of.
slavery.:n theiti-ictof.Coumbia. -The
Baraburners:haye,..plainly intimaied that
therpariy to.,he~5tateof" New York will
vate.for.no other;catadidate thao !r.,Van
Bugt. .lf, they unitc_with th Abolition
is l .pciple, they canuntpomtnble.ith
thi )g thie-cl}if.e.of :s.nminee;foPres;
d p. ati- agstoa, ;#pftye
Sw. ;t pset. ing111the.UnaYtvntion:.tirt
erome. wa1refe discorifeeiret
ormity ih Jess a totniy of concl.inn,
s it y.ould prpleethae moist sagacious to-di
vate.+Char Eve,, News. ' .
the"letter oi o'ut Siihin. 10; C~orre4 ontd.
de'tjt'tlrat the-Sete Commit tee, instend
of%p'6r.iatack' a comisrehensive Tei
rit5iil Bill bhde' cesteiul themselves
simply ssith a iiending the Orgon Bill,.of
the Hd'use'.' ~ ''
As' ej'nde7iial'the'idate it stands
theifThiihole af Oregon lies to the
Niinttsfi latitude 424. and theiimportant
modi'f,catio, .whichthe .Senate ias naile
consts'n applying "to mhe'.hill the prittci
ples of the.Missouri Compromise, viz: the
North of '36? 30' alii'vry.and in volutary
servitude shall 'iatu lirevatil. A grave Ia
bor--ielL"*orthy' rf that 'digtnified body.
the Senate'bf the United St ates. l f they
had added a-%proviso excepuing frddm the
operations'of this restrictive clauise of Ter
ritories possessed'y the Emperor ofrRus
sia,- the bill would have been perfeet.
Gen. Skiclds -A D)emocratic meeting~
was held laiety at Chicago, Illinois, when
etn ,Shields, in thepurse of his speech,
nade'the folloiwing profossion :.
$sili Demoscrat-a regular Detmo
crat-a Cass and Biu-T,sa. D)emocrat. I
ag'.either a barn-burner, a stable burner,
nor.a chturch .burner. Such~ names ha;ve
niofascinatior. for me. I atm coniteut to
sti'nd by thie prudu batnner of Democracy,
to.fight untder its broad folds, and to cout
quer.or.dse with its glorious colors waving
overmgghead I care not who taise the
sh"uoit.o'disunion ; moy voice will never
swil'.tlie cry. If there'be any .whto trern
ble'*itb.apprehension.cf defeat, let them
le~ our ranks, letuTn fly at once. No
field~was ever w.on by co.wards. Ire shtoot
deserters in the army, but here deserters
shLoot.thcem.selves. In victory or defeat, in
wnealor woe, in majority or minority, I sink
or svim with the great national Detmocrac
rSettator .Butler.-The course of this
gentlemnen in the United States Senate
has been, itt all respects, such ats to meet
the unquhified approbation of the State
which he has so truly and ably represent.
ed. If-affords' us pleasure, now that the
Session is drawing rapidly to a close, to
eipress'oe,i'sdmiration of his conduct,
and to -mete out to him full measotres of
ap[-lause which htis 'constituency unanim-'
ousry-accord to liim. On all the great
sIuebiow, involiing principles dear as life
itself to ' the 'South,- Judge -Butt Ier has
been found side by side with the great
Champlion of Southeui rights,-bringipg to
his'id' all 'that ability and straight-forwsard
bonesty 'whichy goes directly at its mark,
and"for which he is so distinguished. We
Brdere1hat we express the sentimnent 'of
thilFetire. State whena we extend to'limn
a himtty "well don e."-Chzarleston Me~
"S11tdfe in Ge New York Sub Treasury.
heSulm'Trasury hans in gol4 and sil
,The Xcnia (Ohio) Trci& Ligh says:
Too Corwiu heattiliy approves of the
n.omination of General Taylor for the
Presidency. and declaies his intentitito
take the stnmp 'in' his' favoron the ad
jnurnment of Congress. 'Mr.' Corwin: has
always been decidedly favorable to the
nominatiou of General Taylor; becausc
tn -quote his o*n words-he had satis
i tctorv reasous for believing that
"teneral Taylor was opposed to the
annexation of Texns.
-.Is opposed to any further extention of
our territory at pre.sent, and porbably for
all time to come.
-'That althougli a slare holder, he eonisi
ders sloery an ccil, and docs not deem it
ritht to e.ctend or increase it.
.-That he has alwava d''emed the Mexi
can War impolitic and without justifica
"And that on all other doctrines are
coiniidet with ours."
NoaR C.tae "LNA -The recent elec
tion in this State for Governor and Mern
hers of Assembly has eiven a blow to 'Tay
lorism which, like all fir4i halow. will tell
with wonderful effect on the Whig party.
Gov. Morehead, the President of the Pri
ladeiphia Conveutt,on, tadle large promi
ses for North Carolinn. Site w to s,t at
glorim: "xarrplh : hir i.e first to lend
off; but she ts proved stubborn, and evii.
ces decided sympttris of a desire to swing I
a''ay from from her moorings anld hear
round for Demenracv. The retorts show
a grearly iessened "\Vhig mnajority. and
even the Whip journals sonie of them are
very lugubrious on what they suppose to
be the result.
We must say, however, by way of
comfort to our Whig friends, that in our
opinion they etected a Governor and Le
gi,lature of their party, and we are great
ly mistaken if the counties that remain to
be heard from do not more than overcomtne
the present Democratic aspect of things
Non v CARoLINA ELCTIO.-The Wil.
tingtont Chronicle (Wh!ia) of yesterday
says, "With mingled feelings of surprise
and mortification we announce to our rea
ders that the Locofoco party of this State
have . doubllesa'succeeded in electing their
candidate for Governor, and also. it is ve
ry probable in carrying hoth branches of
the Legislature. The causes of this most
disasterous and unexpected result will be
explained hereaft- r. At present, we have
not the heart to do more than say that we
are beaten, unless the returns yet to come
in should be more favorable to the Whigs
tha, we have any right to expect."
NORT, CAKoLIA ELECToNs.-At 8
o'clock last evening. the following des-:
patch was received. wthi'cb furnishes good
reason for ihes ielief thai the old North
State.jvill be. redeemed from whig mis
rule:-Petersburg Republican, Aug. 11.
RALEIoH AUGUST 10th, '48 .
"Rettirn'- from 56 .counties have been.
received. Thirteen contmies not.yet heard
from. 'If tei.t, de-n., -tahes:gain.in. the
ter .ro ttinn tetie forgflel', to,
wtltibe eJectetl :Governgr by fO,ir. fi've
haquitr re ;njotr-iy. ..staoiret. i.edo
Petewghy- . . gfluan
oergte Volunieers.-The followisno.
tir-e has been ..issned. from-the otlie ofibte -
,Paymaster General at WVashingion:: :. :
'The , Paymiaster General is- rapidly:
preparing rolla.,.and will senid paym-asters
into the . sev.eral States, and1. for the coat
vetnience of claimants, as far as practica-'
ble..to .ihe places of company -earranent,
for the- payment of the-thbree mnths! ex
it-a pay- anhorized by act'- of Congress of
the 19th .July, 1848, .to all votlunteers
w..ho.have served in the.war with .Me.xico.
andI hayc been horttthulv di-scharged, and
't the heirs of suchb as have did in servie.
"It is..earniestly. recomer.ded to alt not
to sacrificko their claims, the dep;.rtmnean
being~ determinedl to settle the claims with
out d'eav, anid secure to te claimants the
full benefit of the law. The regulations
governinig the deptartmaent in the pnymet'
of this grahiity are in preparationi. aid
'will he published, antd sent to the dilYereaat
States for the information of all interost
ed.". . -
The Cherokee Nation,-We copy ihe
fotlltwinig paragraphs 'from the Cherokee
A dvoc-ate of the 17tt h l.;
A merchant of Fort Smith. Arkansas,
inforutedl us a short time sitice, thagt there
hail been less whiskey sold the Cherokees
& the Cheroki-e coarry at that place, for
the last eihten mionths, than wavms in ani
three mun:his previou< to th;,t period,
This is tin importanit fiact, and speaks vol
umes, int fav.or of the temperanice move
ments in this country, anti the increasinig
sobriet y oif the people.
A few (lays since there was a party of
Keechie Indians at thi-s place. ont a visit
to thte Cherokeos. They had a shori'
-talk" with the Chief of this Natiton, who,
in reply, expressed his gratificationtirt see
ing them ; asquredl them tf the good w-ill of
Cherokees, and urged thetm in a course o
friendsnip with all mn. lie also present
ed them with tobacco and wampuma and
some othet articles.
Mexican Outrage on the U. S. and
British Consu.-WVe learn from Capt.
Lantz, of the scthr. Ridamtpagro, arrived
this morning from T-mttera. the 2?d inst.,
that E. Porter, Esq.. the U). S. Coansuil aa
Tabasco. and the British Consul were
attacked by a party of inioxicated Mexi
can soldiers, w.'ho were committing out
rages on some Mexican womenei w.hom
they stupposed favorable to the Americans.
Mr. Porter remnonstrated with them, when
they furiously attacked both him aud his
conlpantion, wvith knives antd bayonaes.
Being well mounted, tihey escaped'fr-om
the deeperadoes. Mr. P. madecomplait
to Gena. Bruno, the Mexican comander
at Tahtasco, w.ho niade ain apology.' antd
o dered the soldiers to Trabasco, and .had
them punished.-N. 0. Nationat.
- The acting Paymaster General of. the
Army, Benj. F Larnied, Esq., gives ntice
that he is rapidly preparing rolls for the,
Paymasters ini the several States for the
paymient of.three months' extra pay, &c..
to"Vglfintcers wh.o have seryed inai ..teawrl
withd e%xico; The, soldiers" are, recom-,
me)dd *o asee.n lee ;,.i'clits.
BY B :M GiTS MMi
NoarH CA riLMA Ei:rtUi.- he
reslut of the elcicot*n fir Gov.ior oftrhia
State is not ver definitely known. T!h
Democrats have gained very largely. and
here is a strah, probability that' hey
have elected their candidate and carried
the Log ilamure by -a majority 'of:iwo on
point ballot. We are itlebted to the office
of thm Standard for a slip contnaiiina =ull
tariclars, as far is known. Five coun
ties remain to be heard from.
South Carolinian 15th inst.
T'i BUFFALO CoNVEFNTtos.--y-re
ferentce to the proceedings of this disorgan
zing body, in another column, which was
rnvened in BuiTalo. N. Y. on the 9th tu.
itont. it will lie seen that Martitn Van Bu
en hat r.'teit'ed the nominaiion for Pre
ident. No rve as vri nna'id for the Pre
idency.-State Banner A .h.
The Oregon Bill.-13y the proceedingy
if Uotigres, rerceived last night, we per
;eive that another attempt at a Compro
ni-e haJ faild T.e Senate adopted the
Iliss'turi Comprotii4e by a vote of 3' to
!i, every Souther memb,er, (Whig and
)e nierat,) with 7 Northern Democrats
roted for the mensure. and everv Northern
'Nhi., with eight Democrats and two Barn
miroers voted aainst it.
Ot the Bill being sent to the House, we
eart by a despatch to the Mercury, that
he amendment was lost by a voke of tbir
y-nine. This vote was said to have, been,
abntst strictly sectional.-South Carolini
tn, 15th inst.
Thrilling Adventure at Niagara -The
Philadelphia Leds,er gives the following
txtract ti-am a letter to .t friend in Phila
elphia, fromn C. Ellett Jr. the bold archi
ect of the Vheeling and Niagara suspe n
ion bridges. which for a feat of calm, coul
faring, we think it would be difficult to
Nit1AGtA FALL. July 29. 1818.
"This morning I laid the last plank of
ny foot bridge on the Canada side, and
heu drove over and back again in a hug y.
Vive hundred feet oflthe bridge was with
lot railing on either side. My horse tho'
tpirited, wont along quietly. touched up
icca.iontally with the whip, jnst to shoty
lin: that he was. in counmtand, and give
"On returning. I directed one of the dri
ers to bring on his team-a two horse
:losed carriage, weighing altogether a io'n
mud a half. I' took his -prci on the' box
itd drove over and- back. The -horses
vent-quictly. The flIoriug is.but. eight
eet wide, 220 feet high, 762 feet lottg,.aod
w"ithout railing, over such a torrent.as you
iever saw, and never will see any.ha'st
' '. DuBLr\. r2nqhf.L!!i'
mthis, city. Today..--proclamatiod -wa
issued by the.Lo.rd Lieuieant for both.tht|
county and City of Dublin, calling. upoig
all persons to deposit and leave. at thu
resbcetive'polic'e statihison or before 'tEie
e5thio July inistadit, all tnuns, pistolC,liad
thrfire arrns, amid all swords, cutlasses,
pikes-and bayoners, and all gun puwder
antd umotiotn, 0n paini, if contvicted, el
being imoprianned two years, with or with'
out hard labor.
The police, who are armed with cut
lasses, wook up a number of piked and
gune to day, throughout the city.
(On applicationt havring beeti uade to
Judge Porrn, presiditur at the Tyrone
Assizes, to admit Mr. J.ahn Martin to bail,
he refused t he same, arol strongly censuredl
the conduct of the Government Ihr allon
ing Mr. Mlariin the privilege of writing
from Newgate to the --Felon."
The "Nation" makes its appearance
again to u.orrow. Its leaders tire as usual
'4o the point, atnd egually spicy as t
Felotty. Mr. C. G. L)nFy, fromi his ce|l
in Ne~w Game, futrnishe-, an article he-aded
'"Casus, Blli." in which lie reviews the
cou rse adopted forsunppresdog the demnandu
lor. Repeal, ''it is a solemn and terrible
respontsibtility to advise a nation to peril its
hoepes ot the baittle field. TIo permit ltem
to fall to pieces by the fatal dry rot of
iniactiont, to see ilhem lost without honor or
sympathy, or th~e chance of redetmption;
lost by some fat al co wardice or incapacity;
that is the hell in which there is no conso
lation." .Referring to the revolutions
which have tiken placeitn thismisemtorable
y'ear of 1848S and' glancing at their results,
Mr. DubTy proceeds. "At le:mgth, with
clear deliboratint and full kntow,ledg,e of
all te perils. atnd all the responibiilities,
but with, assuredl faitht in God's providiee
and the justice of our cause, we hid En.
fatnd choose speedily between concessions
anad the sword. We fotrmerly proclaimed
a wvatr of indfependence, and Ike time''nito
is when that pledge muast be promptly Jul.
flled, <.r as formally dishonored." 'Vhe
article concludes by expressinig a wish for
tranlsportattion rather than live in .I relantd,
if the clubs be suppine itt the hou'r of ac
tion, anid are defeated by 't~he ailitaryV
power of England.
We understaudl (says the Washiiitgo'n
Uniion of the .5th inst.) thai the jnlry lit the
ease of the Untited States vs..Daniel-Dray
ton, the trial of which commenceed -on
Thursday, 27th nIt. this day rendered a
verdict of guiliy.agaiust. the.. acetnsed, for
stealing two slaves l'elonging iu-'Mr..An
tIrew Hoover, of thils city. The prisoner
is niow on trial for atcaling three ~slaves,
bhe property of Mr. Wma., H,I Upperharn.
New Cotton.-The first bale oif the nev
eropi of Coitran ias sold in th4e Savpanoab
rnarket ont Satuordijy ltst at 7 ents pdr lb.
Tho cotton was not -yer int town. but was
0o comte downa by Ratil'.road. Thg6 tt
tale last.season was received the' -17th of
M.issisNijpi-formied omit of part of the
erritorty coded, to. the-United States by
he-State ofC#otit Carolinat, tdmitted
nbo the Union n~c. 10. 1817
otton .-We. yesterday noticed
itiec ht-,nmerv, Alahania,
ofaI Ied t5r-;oif='the 4h bh I..
tweib "!i' het leT good
tml ti' , ye,oberve i r' biles
hav.iIo1 =one 3tSiivannalrfromn
HoUstnn eniinlty the other at Albany,
wei !ii g32(' rwndi-bioth commanded
7 cents. *The- Ear was rec'eived 'n the
2d, nulii'is Qt in'ted'i hit 'mire than-one
hnnird'tfjes 1fOew Ciituonare now open
in Bal:er cauuivs
R Rev. Ale r1iCain will preac:h at An
tiocli' Chure on jie 4th Snndny in ibis imonth.
O ED' IE'TIN"G.
AiPrfit0, . iwi''h'e h'el'd at ffnn,
ttrin.Cireelt harc .hcmineneing on the-Satut.
day lintnre if6-'4tlSitnday'in Anu n.t. -
Ministeringhitbren are.respectfully invited
to attend: a
Butler?I de NlVo. 17.
(.eglau uinx of tlis Lodge will
he held .oti;. da evenhna next at 8
o'clock. :_ JOIlN LYON See.
Aug 16, It. 30
Fai- . ad no Excuse.
LL. persotithout any distinction. in.
Adehted,4to,, either bv note or open
accnint,are.ierPj .titesd. that 'nless imtne
diatepayineit i le at my Store, they will
he sue fortiliivitb,to better pay up and scve
cost.' - J. COIiN.
Aug 16 2t 30
.Doyi c -Goods.
HESUB. ER,4GENTFOR THE'
- CKA%R z;N -STEAM COTTON
MILL. offera;t ile
4-4 r4 heavy Sheetines and
Shirting-s from" 'Factory. - These goods are
remarkahfefo, ht and finish, and will give
good salisfactio e:buyer,
varions atye "n &- Bleached -Goods,
Partieuldr ait NW ill be given to the sale of
" Southern Mrrnd tn>ed Goods-consignments
of whichatre ally solicited. and upon
which advanc made if diesired.
a. -JAMES H. TAYLOR.
Charleston, A 0th, 1848. 6t 30
R. EEL- BLAND respectfully offers
his Pr oial Services to the citizens
'of Edgersettl1 a and 'vicinity.
Office'net the Court House.
.Ang1 a ~ f 30
Fresf its and Spices.
SRES nts,.Cituons,.Mace. Cloves
F g Macaroni, Raisins, Cin.
niamonr. Just received by
" . C. A..MEIGS.
Ai, 16f . tf r 31)
Famif' y & Liquor Store.
r E E sn er respectfully infurms his
rien ilan e 'public ti-at h'- has opened
n Store oir-tid"a,Fner redently -onccpied by
Hd:bert &:Pnfj' wheie he will keep on hand
a'cener diylJ anaorted .toek of FAMILY
GROQ &c., .which will
__ F~SAE E
lEd'ield Cmo nue. on the first ibfi.iy" and
Tuesdaya ~~l i-.Seautber next,.thte i
lowing prophrt~ J,tliSllowing namind casest
to ivat. Elizaht . ::li.eld v." Arnha -Smith &
R. H. Reyrial j4 a raet flanzd whiere the
defetidart-S2nh l ies; cnntaining one htirdred
ndi fifty ab~i niifr 14ss.aadjoining lands uf
,*H. H:. Hill.-vs?B.ana Deen;the tract-of land
where the defend :liv~es. containing six hun,
dredl and seven 'v ve.acres. :nore or less, ad-.
joining lanids of Bejaine Stevens and Rob
ert Bryan. ~
L.. H. M undly vsfl ason Cothran, the tract of
land where thle defendant lives, contuainiing two
hundred acres mnor or less, adjoining lands of
Danmel Roundtree.Rnd others. --
S. D. .Aikinsonfr L. H. &Mndy, naignee,
vs DreillaAndet.n and.,Joseph P. A nderson,
the tract of an rethe defendants live, coin
tainitig tw~huiiM aiii nio 'or les. adjoin
ing lands of' A 'Psain'esd otheis.~
Joseph A; Preibyfor-ILH Munndy, assignee
of Brannori vs:Jositph P Anderson. the tract of
land. where.the dvipndant lives, containing two
thidred as:res. mni'e or less, adjoining lands of
A. Perrmn and others.
WVilliain Canfie,ifva C. W. Cochrnn, the
tract of ~lahd uliere the defendant lives, con
taining three hutndrell aeres,'mnre or less, ad.
joilnig lands of Jjes P. Carroll andl others.
It. M1. Feeler . Wasliington Freeman. the
iract of land wvh'ere..the defendant lives. con
taining twenty actes~inore or less. adj"ining
lands of A. I'lryor, Peter Qoattlebumn
and other'. U
W. S Cothra:kvs (. WV Christian and
WashinEton Freemnasi'the-tractof land where
the defendant F eeman lives.c ontaing iwen
ti acres nmore or'less,adj'oining lands of A. Tr.
Trnyhir, Peter Quaittleborn and others.
Abrain yonesvJ.'ohin Rinehiart, admirisirator
of Win. M. Stoaa.i-act of land containin
one hmiared and) it Tacres more -or less, ad
joining M Peteisbrtrgh, Jesse Derri2k and U
riah Inabnet..- g. .Bano n
G. 'V. Prqey ep Willis .Bano n
0. L. & E. onut.og ,lot of.land at L.iherty
Ilill, containing one-hmarf acre. adjoining Wash
ineton Freemaar and others -
'G.,L.,& & Penava.M .L. Gearty, the tract
of land where.the a4efndant lives, on which
there is a Tan ~s~,,containg twenty acres
more or less, adlo,ag.lanils of F. ('Conner.
George W. Garmany,vs Elbert & Parks, the
defenIdant 'lIlit iltesIt in twaoj a of
lanti in Bendh Ill o''ne tridt c6 mfing fifty
eighit'ades-mor'6or'less, otwhtich Mrs. Mary
Bewers-lived atdhetine ofher death, adjoining
lands-ofJ. H..iimend David Westhrook
aod others-- the, oljp tract containing ninety
..even acres more9 ' es,ygoo the Savannah
rive^.and adjouij ad f Valentine Walker
Siithd N d :)EnaIig .Plnnkett,'B.
~F.-G6vsdy viihesae Lawrene'M'yers& Co.
vs the sa,netthes~'vyf's the'saneig thie follow.
ing lots-inAh'e Toir of H~amnrg, known in
thelp,lan-of saidi ' Ln .as Iots -numbers 199.
200, 201v~.20~ 0.l mndtSO4;~ having filly feet
front.1 .hun btndrd:dninety-*siz feet:deep;
bouridwf, 6rtli Tillman , street, East by
SnoMn~t stre jiu&hy Cobb street, WVest
by BeadbAr' ry .-*
Johin Jilldeior'iC.'Ardis vs M.
Spencer and" ar8 .levied otwas the itoperty
oh &A..Galphii *s. m '-e -
G. L. GE.; sn e a-Jnhn'Mosely, BkJ.
Ryn.fn A.3 ddisonsys -the same, John
HiI Qrdmnr JhMqel and -B..,, Mur
.reli S.' oe :.~ila M ley, wo te
groe'aiyu 1hmr itidib~us.' Terms~
'A-nn,,st 'll A"te ''
RS 'AIcCLINTOCJ' iropOses opening
a Schol oite ytlie jr'df 'September at ter
resid'ence.1 Mrs.l. hopes by strict ntiention
to her Pupils, to- meet a share. of public pa.
Children at a distance can he accommodnted
as day boarders, per week. at - $1.00
Tsas.-Spelling. Reading. Arith
me.nc with- plait Needle-work.
per quarter. - - $.00
Geography, history and' Writing
with the above, - $7.00
Aug 16 if 30
IS hereby given, that application will be made
to the .Legishrihre for an art of Incurpora
tinn of Little Stephens' Creek. situated about
10' miles north of Edgefield Court llonse.
Aug 16 f :30
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
F INE KMVES and Forks, 37A to $1 75
a sett. Pocket Knives. ~64 to $2 each.
Shovelhi, S pades and Maantre Forks
Socket Spades aid Shovels
Fifth and Back Band Chains
1rass preservin, Kettles,. various prices
Tea Kettles at 04 eents each
Sad jruns. or smoothing Irons
Fryina Pans and Grid Irons +
Flim, Powder Horns, Gun & Rifle wipers
Shot Belts. Powder and Shot
Horse, wool and cotton Cards
Steelyard", ill sizes. cheap
School Slates, all sizes
Blacking and Shoe Brutshes
Bed Cords and Pouth) Lines
Japanned Lamns & Candh'sticks
Dixon's splendid Pereolator Coffee Pots
Wagon Whips and Cowhides I
Draw Knives, Briar Scythes. Reaphooks
Roller Buckles. Stirrups and Bitts a
Pocket Books and Pocket ukstmtuds
Honks and Eyes. Bed Ctors
Spring Balances,'Jews Harps r
Fish Hooks and lines
Comp-sses. Screw Drivers & Squares (
Padlncks, Rim. Chest & Trunk Locks
Cupboard Locks, Stock Locks &c.
Britannia and Iron Tea & Table spoons
L.atches. Peg Cutters and Angers
Mill and Fanta w Files t
Round Files, Key hole & Tennant saws q
Trace Chains &c. &c. t
For sale by I. S. ROBERTS.
Aug 16 t 30 t
GROCERY AND COTTON
T HE Subscriber having returned from
Mexico. and h:tving-rssu'ied the G IO- 1
CERY & COTTON BUSINESS in Ha y
burg. has taken the stand litely occupied byiy
G. Cunninghan, second door below J. J. I
Howard. Esq. intends to keep on handi a goond i
assortment of all the articles tsually kept in a i
Grocery Store: and having made such ar.
raingaments as eriibles him to furnish Goods at I
the lorcest market prices, confidently invites his I
friends to give hint a call.
All orders attended to with strict attention,
and goods put up in a style and at prices that
wil be atisfacturyto iurch-isers. .
Intending to be regularly in the market for I
produce, the highest market nrices will at all 4
times be paid for Cotton and Flour.
G. W. STYLES.
The undersigned take-this method oCretnra
ing. thanks to their old friends;.and? ctstiiretse
f r paet-favors. and to infurm'that,they'catn ie .
f:und.during 'the. a proaching ieasoniat, the
Store of C... r ,ips where- iey will!be
castomers e'.?f.* ' ;:r
iu y a ioise?indfi
mjnbuzrg Aug1 :j,2:m-. .30-,.j
The FEdgelield rIeri,er) Abeviilieu Bann'e'
,partair.'lawre nsville Hirard, and-Greenville
Al onntaineder; will each insert two'moibs.' arid
prent bills to C. WV. S.
JAYNE-S AGUE PILLS.
I N recommiendinig these Pills to the public,
the propriutor does not wish to imiake army
tunnecessary -or tedionsa perumnbulanronr, but
wvita full drrections and a few imrportant re
mmriks, he will leatve te medicinme to speak f'or
itself, feelirng cofidenit tirat its mierits are such
as wil riot fril to bring it it generail use; in
deed, Ire is so s:rrngnirie of the ehlicacy of those
Pills, be dues nt hesitate to guaranteu at cire
m the most aggravated caises.
A -speedy and permanent cure for Fr.:via &
AGUi and Intermittent I"crers.
By foll'wing tire directions closely whrile ta..
kirrg this preparattiimt. its superritiy over tire
ordinary Tunic Mixtures, Pills, &c. will be
Being purely vegetable, free from all foreign
deleterius or tmineral .preparntionts, these p ills
may be taken with rhe utmrost salary nmimer at
most arny circumstances. Th'ley-strength:en the
stomtacht,-mrvigoraite tire s,vsterr, arnd entirely
prevent that langor atnd promstration of strength
wih always atrerd tis disenise.
rThey also poissess a decided suiperrority ov
er quimnne, prrns.inte of Iron, Arsenic, lontesen,
arid the numrmeronms other prepraratmiona nranally
emrployed ia tire euse of FEVElR &, AGUE,
in being gently appierient, by this mieans car
ryirig themtselves on' thrrnhJ te me.Ldimt rof
tire bowels rifter they hive spent their mredici,
mnai powers irr the stomach, thus preventing
tIhe accenmnration of those nnrpleasanr symrptomns
that a!irrust universally follow the applicentioni
of the a foresaid medicines. whtich constrinig the
bowvels, produce cnge;rstion of te liver, amnd
remairt in tIhe systemr to hrood diseases more
danmgerous titan thmose they are emaploycd to
Hence it is said that those remedies in time
mnjority ofinrsrnces, only serve to suppress
thte disense' for a short' periodI, while tire dis
case still in his systemn is brooding new evils,
and soon developes rtself in a umorni dangerons
form than at first ; titus the necessity o.f a rmed
icinie possessing the qualities of Dr. JAYN E'S
AGIUE P L LS, thait carn be applied without
fear of experienicirng those evii effects before
alluded to, arid with a frrli contfidenrce of receiv
inrg a speedy and radical cure.
I-i.J. Bristick Esq. Drnyton, Georgin, says.
Nov 1W. 1846-Dr. D. Jayne, Dear Sir; M4y
sales of yourr preparation have exceeded my
expectations Your Expectorant, V'erug&e
'Carrainaties BaLsam, and Fever Ague Pills.~all
sell well, some of which I ami now out of. I
want an immtediare sutpply of all thme above
ramied Medicines, more particularly a large
supply of theExpectoranrt and Agtte Pills - -
We have yet amonrg us a good manry longw
standing cases of Chills arid Fevers, ir' whlich 9
your:Agne pili's have never fatiled'tn enre.
Your Alteraitive is jurst beginning'- to be
known here-and appreciated. If I hrad had -1
ernoughof yorir Fever anid Agine Pills I could i
have. soH more than a hundred diollinei -worth ..
of them. Yours &c. H. I1. BOSTIG.
Octssr' J & H~. Moore, Lisbon. hi,l says
Ot3;1846;, Your Agnre Pills are abont'gone,
arnd have-given universal satisfaction..
; Bell 'Etsq Witarnut Grove, AIabitma.
says; Nov. '9th. 1$46' I have sold all-'yanr'A
gue';Piis ind' Tonic iVernmifuge. They are i
doinig woaders-here. I anm sorry yout dirt riot' -
~send use more of them' -'.- ~i
.FM.aale by. ' . R..s. ROBNRTs, i
OQn.lAnt lieiis m.pacefdr the s,ale of Dr. a
'resde.lnentd Fai..yt Medlicine.
OME person!; having got Go-ode from my
A Store nndesr the pretext of Iaaing in a
day or two, and now. having "rnu their races
ihr it," f",r several weeks, and otherts tir four,
five or six month;v, this is to notify such persons
that ii they do not imy up this week. I will
Iann, thi.-ir nccont1. to the .qua1e My Store
Semiphatically a Cash Store. aid I wi;l not be
brre,l to ho.,k _,o.da at Cash pricrs by tantrin.
i,pled tmeu; nor will I book goods at all. I'
have severil timney called for payment. and
eanot get it. therefore they cannot think it
maid. I oughi t." think it lard; for I lose the
)ay and lion their custom; for they never coumo
near me, but go to other stores.
R. S. ROBERTS.
Edgefield C 11. Aug. 16 30
ro the Subscribers to the
SOUTil ERN QUARTERLY REVIEW.
[R.. Robert E. Savle is our only athoriz
ed A,geit lIr collecitng money and sub.
1criptions in the Soatlhern and \Vestern States
-the authority given to Abraham Russel hav
ng beens wsit!dr.twn more than ei'iht'en months
t1o. Our subas'ribeors will oblige us by set.
ling only withi Mr. Sayle or remitting directiy
o use. We wtll not recogmse any other ro.
eipt for money except from hin or the Poust
uaster wit., may remit by mail.
BURG ES & JAMES.
Publishers of thn Stuthern Quart. Rev.
Editors of new-papers throtghunt the con
ry will oblige us by inserting this notice.
U YSENVTERY CORDIAL.
lTE -Ivell tried and generally approved
remedy f.+r Dysentery. Di.rrhaa, Griping
ud Snmmer Complaints ofClhildren.
'ron the late Capt. Holnies, Georgia Reg't
Brazos San Jago. July 24, 186--Dr. Wood.
ff.-l owe an apology for not acknowledging
efore t .e receipt of a box of your Dysentery
;ordial, which yot had the kindness to send
1e while in Columbus, for the use ofmy corps.
have fomnd it a most valnable medicine, and
nmy regret that I have not a supply of it.
Viserever my neu have followed directions,
hev hNv invarialy found relief. We have
atered and are snlFeris.g much from Dysen
trv. occasinne.I by the wretched water we have
n arink. bt your Cordial is restoring h1l to
ieir wonted health and vigor. With my sit
ere thanks for your kindness. and best wishes
oryour success, I am your obedient serv't.
Captain Macon Guards
Georgetown, Randolph Co- Geo., June 13th,
846 -Dr. Woodruff. Sir-The demand for
ot. r Dysentery Cordial is s great; that I
rant you to send by the stage, on Ttueeday,.
or d""zen bottles. General Shorter's overseer
formed ne the other day that he had-used'it
i some fifty eases with entire success. In.fact
very person I ,a"ve sold it to' is very-much
leased. If certificates are.of any use to you'
can eet any number for you
Very Respectfully D.,MORRIS..
Aug 16. f.
(7"We are narhorised to announcer
-1. WARDLA W. E q, its u. cadidPsfor
seat in the House of Represetitratives a
ho eisuing election.
Aug 2 if 29
( WT We are -ptithorisedrra eanninde
ol.JA1E'SPICARROLL'as a candi
late for i satitiuthe Hoie f Represen.
ativeh at ihaensthig 1etion.:
An nst 8s ,,; i84 , -'' -I29 -:
Crop of J848.
RESH Turnip Seed just riteeived fen,
.Phailadelphia. 25 potunds Rttta Dasga,
120 Patpets Red Tuop -' -
120 Paupers large Globe0
10 pountds.Early Dutch.
For sale by R. S. ROBERT.
Antg9 . tf 29
Who wants a good Razor?
A L L the finest Razors ini the Northerr'nta'
ket nave been selected from, to coinpIete
my ptresetnt assortmtet and with the.aid of a
ood Strop, shaving wtill be easy and pleasant.
Price ruin 37A to 1 50 each.- The edges are as
ken ins mry goods are cheap.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
Aug '3 tf 29
Sugar and Coffee, &c.
SUG AR, magntificenit quality, l2 potundsfor
SI-Crushied Luat sugar 84 puntds for
S -lkst Rio CeelTee, l104 pottiddafor $1
Lest Bar Soiap, 10 cents a bar
-Jetst received by . S. ROBERTS.
Anig i f . 29
Eancy Stationary, Gold Pens, &c.
t 1 )LD Pens, at $1 75 each-Gold Pencil
catses at $3 50) to 5 00. Blank Ledgers,
Letter Botoks, anid Receipt Books,
Letter Paper, superior quality
Fretnch Letter Pniper
Etnvelopes at Gi a dozen
Ne w Adhe'sive Envelopes 12k ets a doz'
Enivelope Wax, Note Envelopes, &
Motto WVafeirs, Tfray & Pocket leak Stand:r
-Famtily WVashting Bouks
Ladies' Cameu arid other Breanstpins
Setta Chiessmnt anid Dominoes
Notarial Wafers, Ivoiy Pocket Tablets
Elephant & Mle.:intm Dran~ inig Paper
or sale at ROBIERT'S Chteaap Cash Store.
Ang 9- tf 29
Iwill attend at E,lgefielel Court Hunese on
Friday. the 18th in.atanrt, to make discont
ith sauch .rrd'itors of J. D. Tibbetts as may
e itudebted to htimc unader ithe assignm-t'. it
ahoped all whto tmay lhave discouts wilIK not
il to presenut t!.etm on or befeore that day, fear it
Shighly necesi'ary for a" pyedy settleen.it to
e maade, and legal meastures to- ho pursuzed
?ihthose whlo have tno diseontisand fail nay.
'ag before return day. JO HN H UEITr,
- Agentt for Assignee.
An 92t 29
AlI.-ershns inidebted to the'E.statets of Eliza
ete Uhe'rk, Mary Clark, and Henry Claurk,
acesed, late of this Diastrict; are requested
make immed'at'e oaymenit, and all those hrav
ganygdemaands will present them duly attested,
~cording io law.
.JA MES BLACKWELL, Adw".;
Ana7 'IS. 3 i t .