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ingtoai correspoudent of the Baltimore Sun
The National Intelligencer, a feiw da.s
ito, contained an elaborate article on,
the bxpenses of printing, in which some of
the statements lately made in northern pa
pers,in regard to the Washington pre.ss are
completely refuted. 13ut the National Intel
ligencer does not. I believe, eojustice to
Messrs.-Wendall & Van Benthuysen, who
have made a statements of their losses,
-hich they put down at $7,000 or there
These $7,000 are not the aggregate of
their losses, but merely the diflerence he
tween moneys received by then and
hioneys,paid,qut. There is neither inter
st on the capital, remuneration of their
own time gr labor or the enormous de
terioration of material taken into tihe ac
tount. With these, the loss is as the Intelli
kencer very properly slates, five, and six
times greater. It is in frct nearly
In the computation of the cost of paper.
tbb Intelligencer, averages the rban at 40
tents less than their cost. which alone
Inakes a difference of$10.000
The fact is, nothing is so, cnmmon, ns
lor persons not acquainted with the ex
penses of printers and publishers of news
papers, to overrate their profits; that envy
andjealousy among the profession should
rave fallen into the same error, is hardly
'excusable. If printing is so profitable a
business, why is it that out of the whole
number of papers published in the Unied
States, not five per cent, can be said to
carry on a profitable business.
151R. WEBsTER AS A LITERARY MAN.
it is stated that Mr. Webster has been for
some time past. engaged in writing a his
tory of the administration of Gen. Wash
ington, that will extend to three volumes.
This is a curious occupation. for Mr. Web.
Iter, and betokens the belief that his life
bf action has passed, and that a period of
meditation and literary leisure supervened.
The work will no doubt sell remarkably
tTell. His debut as a literary man will
be looked forward to with a great deal of
-interest. The administration ofrwashing
t0 was different from that of any suc
ceeding President. During his presidency,
the parties were in a state of confusion
a.nd.aitation, and did not develope their
distinct purposes or peculiarities until the
second term. There has been no presi
tiency that resembled Washington's but
Monroe's which also presented a fushion of
isll parties-from which, however, sprung
the elements of the two parties that have
eince struggled - for ascen'dancy in this
1onlry. We doubt wherher General
Taylor's presidency will preseKt any fea
tures resembling those of the presidencies
'frWashington or Monros. Gen. Taylor
fiimself, from his lofty patriotism and puri
ty of character, may possess great power
and influence; but party spirit pr'evails to
too great an extent, at this day. to expect
a season of quiet or repose. The discon
toited and defeated.politicians, both Nor
thern and Southern, are. commencing a
vehement struggle. and they will no doubt
present a violent oppoition to the admin
isratijon of the hero.of Buena Vista.
[ Y Herdd.
(EotMA.GoL.---Mi. fleiiry Asbury a
~old-miner from North Carolina has made
bomne in.teresting discoveries. A bout two
months since he arrived at the' valley of
Nacunche. and upon a brief examination
discovered sotne veins; from there he
tame~io Maid~r Logan's and affei- some
e.xaminaltioni te tmade a v'ery intei-esiing
discovery on a lot belonging to Miaj. Logan.
One of'the veins is in a very large hill;..the
vein extended ahout one quarter of a mile.
erhe-ore will average one d wt. to the bit
tbel, the vein is in a stmall hitl-ab6ut one
hundred yairds in length and eighteen in
ches in width. Some of the ore in this
vein will make 10 dwvis. to -the bushel
ihe averae is about three dwts. Mr. As.
bury considers the mines in this country
equ'al if not r.operioir to those of North
tarolirna. He contemplates visiting the
mines about Dahlonega soon and making
sirnilar exa;ninations. lie uses a inill of
a very dimTeretti construction from those
ised hero, which are thotught to be much
- ADoUrTERATED ORUGS.-" Mian's inhu
thaniuy to man makes countless thousands
mourn. This is verified by the results
that irave flowed from the law passed at
the last session of Congress, itn relation to
adulterated drugs. Thme astoundmng fact
Ihas recently 'been developed, that in the
port of Now York alone, lifty-ninme thou
sand thtree hnr.dtedl and eighty eighmt
pounds 'of adulterated drugs have been
endemned by the emaminer. fron- the
nineteenth of Jury to the twenty-third dny
of December, and immense qirantities have
lieen similarly pronounced upon in the cit
les of Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore a nd
how Orleans. In the first named place
one importation of four hundred thousan.d
potrods of drugs is under advisement, and
t-he probability is, will lbe condemned as
adultertted, anod improper for use.
Tihus far the execution of this law has
been atteflded with the best effects. It has
developed the astottnding fact that a great
poportion of the rhubarb, opium. barks,
quinine, and other medicines which are
usually imported into this- coutry, are
adulterated, and comparatively worthless.
What criminality, what recklessness, what
inhumanity, to be sure, does not such a
result bring to light ! Hlow many lives
how nmtny hutndreds of human lives
must there not have been sacrificed to theo
infernal lfove of money, which must actu
ate tulen who will thus sacrifice the lives of
their fellow-creatures for paltry lucre !
Truly, truly, " man's inhumanity to man
makes countless thousand's mourn."-N.
THE LATE MR.- SEvt'ER.-The remains
of the late Ambrose H-. Sevier were taken
from the residence of his father-in-lawv, the
lion. B. Johnson. where he expired, to
the' city of Little Rock for interment, the
cet'emonies of which appear to have been
performed with much solemn grandeur.
When the intelligence of his death reached
the General Assembly, then in session,
bsoth Houses adjourned-after the passage
of a resolution honoring his memory, anti
the appointment of a joint committee-'to
ar?ne-the runealn ercemonies.
SI9GULAR MauMo.-We never be
fore hard'of a couple getting married with
out hearing each other's names. Aid ye
it has happened. it seems. A patiy I C
on a sleighing frolic at a hotel in. 's
bridge, N. York the other night. A sig
gentleman-walked in-fell in love with on
of the ladies, propose, Iwa9 accepted, an
married on thespoi; the minister marryin
"this man" to "this woman." His nam
was not known at the house. and some in
quistive persons who tried to find nut wha
it was, failed er.tirely in their undertakirn
The newly made wire did not like to asi
so hdd a question of her husband. anil
whole day elapsed before she was mad
aware of what her new cognomen wat
Of all the hastily concocted marriages the
arc recorded, this appears to clap ihe cli
An OPD F.LLOW MsSIN.-Davia
11all, member of Myrtle Lodge. No. 194
1. 0. 0. F.. in Brooklin, N. Y6rk, mys
teriously disappeared . from .Milwankii
some two or three months since. It i
feared ie was murdered. Odd Fellow
are reques'ed to communicate any infor
mation that may he elicited by inquirin;
in the different Lodges of the United States
the same to be directed to the Secretary o
Ilte above Lodge.
At Cokesbury, Abbeville Dist., on the 23<
inst. by the Rev. J. A. Chiles, Mr. -ous TA.L.
ISERT to Miss MARTHA ANDErSON, all of ti
DiF) at his residence in thi District, on INt
morning of Thursday the 25th inlt.l, ajor
BARKLEY Al. BLOCKER, having completed lthe
fifty.-ninth year of his age, on the day preceed
ing his decease. lie was possessed of a high
and manly spirit. and of most alable and plea.
sing address. Is social qualities were emi
nently attractive, and throngliotit life lie was
distinguished for the genial and hearty hospi
tality which lie ever di.pensed. His very faults
were those of a fratik and generous natnre,
warm in his affections, and fitithful and sincere
in his attachments. li was in all his domestic
relations, exempt from repioach. To his im
mediate family his loss is wholly irreparable.
and the bereavement is vow peculiarly greiv
ons, afflicted as they have been, so recently by
the death of hii noble and heioic son. It is
most consolatory to know that though the in
exorable sumnmons froni life to death came
with but brief forewarning, it. was received by
the deceased %% ith a calmness and serenity,
which we trust may be regarded, without pre
sumption, as the tokens of a soul at pcace with
mai and with God.
DIED of pneumonia on the first of January,
inst., in the sixteenth year of his age. JAMES
1). PRESLEY, eldest son ol Edward and Nancy
Presly, after three days of severe sufTering
and derangement of miid. lie had arrived to
that age when the antiqipations and hopes oh
his found parents, for his future usefulness.
were strongest. and when the spirit and digni
ty of manhood were shadowed forth from
youth. The severity of his sufferings had
rendered him insensible to all around him ; but
it is the province of his pareits to know the
purity and tende-rness of his heart and affec.
tions.. Iis spirit has gone to God who gave it,
Ind his body rests rencath the oak of his na
tive home, where ihe- teats of fond parcits may
iollen the Pod of his grave. and a sister itay
plant the.-willow and the rose. D. A.
Miller Lodge .A"o. 17.
(7' Regular meeting of thtis Lodge will
he held. ott Motnday eventmg next at 7
r'clock, ELBERT BLAND, Sec.
Jan 24 it .
T.B iE Subscriber takes this method of in
.Mformting the pnblic that lhe has a Cr.Aiss
made up at the Planter's Hotel. the exercises
of whtich witl commentecd on the 2d and 3d of
- omis of Tuitiorn for te Ladies, from three
o'clock P. M. until six o'clocrk.
IH ottrs for thte Geintlemnen, from half past six
P. M. nittil nine o'clock
Cotiliuns, W altz's, Galopades. Spaiih dan-.
ces, antd the Polkam, will be taught in the must
All those whIo may think proper to favr
Mr. ADAnIs with their patronage, will be assn.~
red that there shall nothing be watnting on htis
part to render satisfaction.
Jait. 3l1189, 2 2
WAT NTED) to attend in a Store, a
yountg man of moral and steady
habits. Onte from te country would be
preferred. A pply at this Ohlice.
Jan. 31,. It -
A L.L those iindeb'ted to the Stubscriber, wht
do not p'ay before return day, will hind
thei-r Notes aitd Accoutits int the hands of W.
H. Atkiinsott, Esq.,
Jan. 31, if 2
TIE Sohseriber iniformns atl Ihis detitionent
en'stomers, that all of them that will not
settle with him by the .17th or Fecbruaury,
(return-day) must settle wihm WV. H. Atkinon,
Eq,as all my Notes and Accounts will be
placed int his hiands after thtat day.
M. L. GEARTY.
Jan. 31 35
$20 R EWA RD.
P UNA WAY from the Sub
..t. scriber on the 25tmh of Jan
u ary itnst., a t.egro fellow named
JAl(G or JACOB, and former
ly belonged to the Estate of
.Capt. WVever, deceased. Jake
.- is about G feet in htight, slim and
straigtht, a.nd very active, he is between 50
and 60 years of age, and a goo-l black
smith. Hie is very remarkable from a
large scar across his breast, with a great
many on his back from former whipping.
Gemn. J-ohn Wever ownes his brother, D.
ilolland, E6q., ownes- a son of his. [He
also has a ifie and several chtildren.in that
neighborhood, and very likely he is lurking
atiout in that neighborhood. It is suppo.
med he had about ninety Dollars the morn
tng he left my plantation, which his wife
had stolen from my Bureau Draever. I
will give the abov'e Reward to any person
who wiill deliver him to me, or lodge him
in the Edgefield Jail, so I can get him.
Mount Vint age, Edgefield District, S. C.
.1antnry '1. 18.10. 3t2
t ALPlI S. IZA RD, EPIIRAIM il. SEA
. 1c00O, WILLIAM ,OWNDrZ%
and WILLIAM 11. IIARRINGTON, .havin,
bren appointed Aids-de-Camp to His Exceller
ey WrITEMARSI] B. SEABROOK. an
WILLIANi .LSTON ILAYNE Judge Advo
cate General. ;ice PETER DKLLA Tonniv. re
signed, wit: .he rank of Lietitenant-Colone
- will be olie3J and respected accordingly. B,
ord- of the Commanlei-in-Chief.
JAS. W. CANTEY.
A1jntant and Inspector General.
Jan. 13, 3t 2
COLUMBIA, . C.
r lE nndersigned wishes to inform thi
A'p ublic that hCe has moved from the Amer
ican Halcl to the PATMETTO IlorsE, (uppositl
the State ouse,) which he has takein entirelj
on his own account, and where lie would bi
pliased to see his former patrons, and all other,
who may be pleased to call on him. A nd ti
those nf his acqiaintances he would say, tha
they will be ninde not Irss coirortable thar
[ heretofore; and to strangers, c6il and try th(
An Omnibus will always be kept in readines
at the Rail Road Depot, to convey passenger.
to this House.
A. G. MARSHALL.
Jan. 31, 2u 2
Notice to koad Workers,
A LL per;ons who have promised to comt
. pound fbr Road duty, will be allowed ten
days from th6 p-iblicatioti of this notice to pay
tle same; after the expiration of which time,
those who do iot pay will be fined fur default.
By order of Council,
E. J. MIMS, Clerk.
Jan. 31, 2t 2
T HE Subscriber has once visited indi
vidually those indebted to him and re
quested payment to be made, he will now
collectively inform them that lie still Wants
money, and if no settlement is made with
him by the 12th of February next, they will
have to pay a collector to collect for me.
Take not the above for a joke, if you do,
you will be deceived. M. E.
Jan. 24 1849 2t 1
O''N the 21st or 22d of December last,
UY between Hamburg and Mrs. Ander
son's, on the Martintown Road, a new
Pocket Book, containing about 75 Dollars,
as follows:-4 ten dollar bills, 5 five dollar
bills, all on the Bank of Hamburg, and
about 8 or 9 dollars in silver. The finder
will confer a great favor on the subscriber
by returning the same, and be well rewarded.
Jan 8, 189 tf 50
A LTL persons indebted to the subscribers by
J.iugment. Note, or otherwise. are now
earnestly requegiedl to make payment during
the month of January.
From the lon indinlcnece they have had,
we confidently hnpe t'y will rike sorte ex,
ertiun now, that we wanit fnndJs to responad to
'W. P. BUTLER.
Dec. 20 1848. .If 48
MeIIdical ' Jroftce.
THE Subrscriber intending to leave the
~Vilage in a short tnie. respectfnlly re
quest those indebted to him either by Nute or
account, to come forward and settle as sotn as
possible. Intendintg to remain in the Villapt
tuntil Sale-day next, I can lie found during my
stay. when not professionally enrgageud. at the
Stoic of Mr. S. F. Goode. I will gladly at~
tetnd to all orders.
3. G. WIL LIAMaS.
Jannary 10, 4t 5
A LL those indebted to thte old firm oh
.kPresley'& Bryan, wvho do not pay their
notes and accounts in time to be served be
fore Return Eay, will positively be cued.
Also those indebted to the subscriber for
tihe year 18.47, due thme 1st January, 184$
will'be included, as one year is as long as I
can wait after the account is due, as lowe
the money and am obliged to pay it.
B. C. BRYAN.
Jan 3, 1849 tf 50
TEimt!S PER QU3.n-.En-Spielling, Readitg,
Arithmeutic, - - - - - .5,UC
Geography, llistory atnd Writing,
with the above, - .. - . .y01
Mrs. lcClitutock will accommodate Votnng
Ladies its boarde'rs ahao.
Jan.17 188, 3t 52
T[IF' Firm of GRIFFIN & BONl(lAM. in
di.wnh;ved by nmmoral coe'u-m. The nnfin
ishied b,usmecss of tIe irmu wvil be transacteud
with Mr. Gr.:t
The tund1. aied will still piactice in the
Conris of Law & Elluity. OTice near the
M. L. BONHAM.
Jannary 10. 319, 2mn - 5
N O T I C E.
A LL Peisons indebted to mie individually
and to the firit of Glover & Dolly, are
hereby notified that all the notes and accounts,
are placed ini the hands of' W. H. Atkinson,
Esq., for collection, unless settfed' by return
day, te will sue.
Jan 4St. JOH N L. DOBY.
.T ? i C e.
ALL Personsr indebted to the fim of Burl
-& Doby, either by note or book account
up to the 1st of.Janiuary 1849, arc regnested to
make immitediate payment, as indulgence car
no longer be given.
BURT & DOBY.
Jan 24 If -
W-T ANTING, an Overscer for' the en
VYsuing year, to take charge of a small
Farm near the Village, An industrious
man with a small family will be prefered.
Enqttirer at this offiee.
Jun. 101849, . tf 51
90,00HARD URNT BRICK,
- S. is. TOMPKINS.
nec13 ,r 47
MOKEN NEW GOODS
- AT IT ORIGINAL
u or.-aplendid brown Sugar, 12
-1 Hg fsl ieior, rown Sugar, 11 lbs. for $1
S j g4of-Coflee warranted good or no pay
- 0 POds for $1,
3 e rm-PeM,WOil oNL S1 per Gallon, Molas
SViegar, Mackerell, Irish Potatoes fol
planting, .whole Rice, all as low as City
Q - 1j4 i2 cents per pound fresh Soda
Biscujts and C.rackers .12 cents per pound
6060uper.Segars, comprising an assort
menlfrom ,10 ceits io 50 cents per dozen, by
the .aniVty.ver low.
r-R&W.-fAnderson's pressed Tobacco, and
a fulasirtiment of all kinds.
Po1dr aid Shot, Pepper, Ginger, Spices;
bast.PeArl Starch, Copperas, Dutch blaIder,
Salaetai, Soda, Cologne and Laverder,
tc. etc , .
62 dozdn-Cups and Saucers, very low.
40 doz'n Plates of all descriptions, with a
varietyof different Goods in that line.
-2.Casesbf Umbrellas, and a few Silk do.
A conlp;ete assortment of Boy's & Men's
Caps from 12. cents up higher.
Harmonicas. Pocket Knives with Pencils,
FOR THE LADIES.
White and Colored Kid Gloves, and a new
as limdn of Dry Goods, of various articles
too numerous to enumerate, which including
the Stock on hand is decidedly the best se
lected-aiorment that can be found anywhere.
In rega-rdof selling cheap bargains, the
Subscriber respectfully informs the Commu
nity in genbral that he intends to go North
shortly for Spring Goods, and in order to re
duce his Stock he will sell very low, and as
his Store il, well known, it is only necessary.
for those who doubt it to 'ome and be con
vinced of the truth. Therefore call, look at
my Goodi and Prices, and you will say this
is the Store where the best assortment is,
and the greatest Bargains are sold.
January '1843 tf I
South.. Carolina Medical
H flEfAnnual Meeting of the Sontir Caro.
lina Medical Association will be held ton
Wednesday,'the 21st February, (being the third
Wednesday.) at 10 o'clock, A. M.. in the Hall
of the Apprentices Library Society, Meeting
The attendance of all dipTomated practition
ers in -good sthndirig, thronghout the State, is
respectfolly invited on that occasion, as the
rile requiring that an applicant for admission
into the Association, shall be nominated by a
Fellow, will not go into operation until after
this meeting. -'hose who may be prevented
by professionailr other engagements from at
tending,car beFome meinbers by anthorizing
one of their friends or the Recording Secretary
to enrol their names.
The President and Directors of the So'.th.
Carolina R. R. Company have, with their ac
customed liberality, reduced the fate on the
Rail Rond.'one half, to all who may he disposed
to avail thepiselves of the opportunity to come
D 2 IYJ. C. CAIN, Rec'dg See'ry.
Jani24 . ' 4t V
PAINT L, DYE STUFFS, &c.
For SALE ON REASONABLE TERMs AT
ALSO just received a fresh lot of' Malaga
.~ Grapes and Raisins, Oranges and Lem
ons, Confectionary and Segairs.
Patent Medicines, comprising the Grac
fcnburg Co's.Medicines, Risley's Sassapa
rilla and Exrract of B3uchu, and of Pir,k;
Pills, Plaster8, &c. &c.,
Prescriptions accurately made or prcp arcd
to order. r
TERMs-C sh or approved Credit.
b OHN D. CHASE, M. D.
Edgefield '.H. Jan. 24, 1849, tf 1
T HP, undersigned as Assiguree of J. D.
Tibbettr gives notice to all plersons hav
ing claims against said J. D.'1Tibbetts, and whlo
arc willing to.hake tunder the assignmntn, to
rendier in their'claims duly attested bry the 15th
of January nest, and all persons indebted arc
requested to nille imimediate paymtent on thie
day above mentjioned, a statement of' the tranis
actionIs of the issignec will be submitted to the
SS. CIIRISTIE, Assignee.
Nov.291848 7t 45
N. B.-Col. Johin Hniet is my Agent, anrd
will receive evidence of the claims anrd colet
moonev Jue- S. C.
(f Th aibove notice is extended until tIre 1st
day of March, at which tinme the. tramnsaction of
the~ Assignee w~ill be srmittcd to thre creditors.
ni lIE Copartnership heretofore esisting
.Lur.der the name and style of GOOn &
SULLvaN, this day closes by limitation.
Thre business will be corttned bry S. I".
Goode alone. The business of the con
cern must he brought to a speedy close, anti
we earnzestlyj request all persotns indiebted
to call and setIde~immediately. All thorse
indiebted to us previous to, the 1st of Jamnu
ntry 1848, need not ask indulgence-the
notney we inUst have.
S. F. GOOBE.
3. B. SULLIVAN.
Jan. I 1840 ,f 50
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, a negro man who says his
niame is JA RRY, and that he belongs to
Mr. Samuel Yong. of Laitrenrs District, 8. C.
Sn id fello'W is about five feet. 5 or ti inches
high, about 40 years of age, of dark complex
inn, lie hias ascar over his right eye and onie
near Iris left dye,-hiis forefinger on his righrt
hand has baen bioken, his forehead is very flat;
lie says lhe ranaway sometime in any or Jimne
last. Trhe owner is requzested to come forward,
prvproperty, pay charges and take him
away, or lie will be dealt with aecording to law.
A. H. BURT, J. E. 1).
Dec 6,1848 - if 463
Lmber for Sale.
T tESurbsciber will furnish the very brest
Planrk or Lumbmer, of airy kind at lyis Mill
on Shanws Creek, 12 miles- fromi Edgefield C.
II. for.50 cents per hundred cash, anrd 624 cents
where it is charged..MA INPS .
Jan. 31849; tf 50 _
N otic e.
ALL Persons intdebted to tIre estate of JTas
R~ jobertsonl, dec'd., are requested to marke
paymrent, and those having deimnds to presen.
themtr properly aittested.
JOHN ILL, O. E D.
Nov2 .9 .Jii 44
JUST RECIV D.
I Cask winter strain Sperm Oil, $1 123 pe
I Tierce Whole Rice, 20 ponunds for $1
2 Barrels Clarnfie'd Brown .Sugar, henitifn
9 poinds for $1,
2 Barels Brown Stgar, light and dry, 10 anm
J2 polnds for $1,
5 Bags Itio Cotto,
Double 1teliined i..jf Sugar. 12.k cls per konind
Sperm Candles, 37. cents per 1ound
imlititi-m English Cheese,
P'arl Starch and Ginger, 12.t cents per ponnrd
Black Pepper and Salratus, 1,. c' per pont
3n1ch Rt aisills, I2.1 ceits lier pound
Tobacco, Snil, nnd a choice brond of Se
gars, tozether with u -aeneral Hss.mitnent of Dr)
Goods, Crockery, 1lardware, lloots, Slnes
llat- and Caps; all of svhiclh we will seil lon%61
than can be procured el;ewhere.
I. CAUdSE & CO.
Jan 17 1849, ' tf 52
Tr I E Sub.,crihes respectfully inform their
p friends and the Public generally, that
they have entered into a Copartnership, to cr.
ry (in the Tayloring usim-ss, under the style ol
COL.A & IAYs, aid will do busines. next
door to S. F. Goode. They intend keeping a
go0d assOrtment of the best material in this
line, amu solicit from the Publie, a sharo of
J. J. MIAYS.
The Siibecriber takes this opportnity of re
turnin--, his sincere thanks to his friends for
their hberal i-.r01a ge, and solicits a continu
unce of the sumc.
Jan. 17 1849 tf 5.2
'"HE Subscribers respectfully informn their
J. friends and the public generally, that they
harc euvered intoa copartnership to transact
the lercantile hisiness, under the style of
WIL.IAas & CHRISTIE,.and will do bu.sinless
in the house formerly occipied by G. L. & E.
Penn. They intend keeping constantly otn
band, a completd and full assortment of all such
Goods as are usually kept im this market, and
solicit from the public a share of' patronage.
J. A. WILLIAMS,
THE Subscriber takes pleasure in itform,
ing his friends and custormers, that hie has taken
n Col. S. Christie, as a partner in his business,
and will visit Charlestoti in a few days to re
plenish their Stock. He would take'this op.
portunity of returning his most sincere thanks
to his friends for their very liberal patronnge.
and begs leave to, solicit a continuance of the
same to the new concern .
J. A. WILLIAMS.
Jan. 3 1849, tf 50
A C A R D,
T HE nudersigued take thi'd medfod of re.
turning thanks to their old friends and
:stomers, ror their patrolnge received, and to
iform them, that they have sold out their stock
to Mr. JOS. MORRIS, whom they recommend
to the patronage of the public.
L. & M. LEHMIER.
Hamburg, Dec.23, 1848.
DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
GOODS, HATS AND.SHOES,
AVING purchasethe Store or Messrs.
H L. & 31. Lehmier, .the undersigned so
licits the patronage of his friends and the pub
lie in general.
lie has on Imnd n good assortment of Staple
and Facey Dry Goods, and expects shortly
an additional supply from the North. le can
.uTord to sell as low as[any Store in Hamburg
or Augusta, and knows very well, that only ty
fair dealing, anrd by rairly satisfying his cnsto
ters, a Merchant cart get'along. Call and
Hambutrg cc. 23, 1848 4t 50
Tg H E COPA RTNERSH IP htere'tcfoie ex
Rising between B. S. DUNBAR & A.
BlURINSII0.titnder the style and namoe of
Dunbar & linruiside, is this day dissolved by
mntntal con=ent. All pesn indebited to the
cocern,. either by Note or open ac'cotmnt, will
be rechlniredl to mtake payment or other satisfac
tory arranugemntt before thre s'pring term of the
Courts. or thecy may exh,ect to fund their acconnts
or Notes in the hattds ol an Attorney for col
The namte of' D. & B. may be used by eith
r party in the settlement of anty business ccon
uected with that concernr.
B. S. DUNDA R.
HIamimurg, .r-. 17 1849, 4tr.ow 52
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Ml.
ABo,livar Jones, deceased, are reguested
to tmake pavmenot immoediately, atnd those hav%
ig deman~ds will render th'em legally attested
to LE WIS JONES. A dministrator.
Jan 3, 188 4t 50
T HlOSE indeb ed to the late firtm of G. L.
& E. Penn, will fiad me at the old
stand, now occupied by Mlessrs. Williams &
Christie, wheuc they will p'ease call and
settle up, without delay, E. PENN,
Jan 3, 1543. t f 50
T OLLED biefore moe by Ilonry fill, livitng
unear the Istund tFordl, a small Bay Manre,
14 htatnds high, ahout seven veairs old, with ito
part iculhar brand or mark, except a smtall scar
under her left eye. A ppraised at $40.
'W. R. hIlLL, Marr'st. E. D
Dec 27 4ml 49
TlHE above reward will be given for the
Irecovery of a Blue Cloth Clonk. wvhich
wans stolen fromu thte Sutbscriber, or taken by
mistake, at ther last Regimntal 31nster, at the
Nov 22 tf 441
ISA AC FREE livintg tntar the fork of thte
..Hligginag Perry Road and Lhnppel Ferry
Road. titles before me, a small Gray. Mare
Muale, stipposed to be fifteen years old. A p
praised at-thirty..litve dollars, this Decettber 1st,
HARDY WHITE, Mlagistrate.
Dec 3'3 4tmn 47
A L those indebted to the Estate of Johnu
*F. Mlartin deceased, are regnestedl to
tmnke tttmediate paymtent, and those having
eieands, to presenlt thtem properly atttested.
JOlN hIlLL, 0. ). D).
Nov i :3m 41
A LL~ those itndebted to the Estate of Adison
1. Mi. Teagtue, dece:sed, are reqhtestend to
make immitediato paytment, and those hnaviug
demands, to presctnt thm.n properly attested.
.A. G.TEAGUJE, Executor.
n~. 6 1948 3m .11
Mount .Enon Male and Female
A 0CA D E A. s
T H E exercisem of these intitutions wl
commnence1on the sectind Mlonday.in
January, under the direction of S,Lks L. iL
r.it, Esq., and Lidy. 'The year will be divided
ito two vessions, of five months e ..
j1eller is i graduate or the S. C.'College, and
lititho manu his lady have had sever-I years'
experience In eching.- Tliese inistitutionsare
sinnited in Edjetield District, abont 26. miles
iiothlcat firii Edgelield Couri louse, near -
Culem:a '(Cro!s ltoad-z, an1 about 7 miles -
From liggin's Ferry. They ake in a religions
and noral nri;;hbnho 1. In poifit of l0eal1h
ti.; scetinn is liit slirpnassed hy any im the
State,; anld we irwst that the indinted jialifi.
catiorii* our ivachers will insurc lolhose
schools a respectable portion.of the public prtiki
runa'. A competent utisic tCa-hier will be
Rhles of Tuitofi.
Spelling. eading and
Writing. S6 00 per sess;o i
Arithmlefic, Enll-lish Gram
,nwr, and Geography, 9 00 A
The other highr brances *
of rgi, 12 00
Latin & Greek Langnages, 16 00
Xisic on the Piano, 18 00 i
Use of Piano, 2 0U
Drawinran.l Painting, 9 00
Eibroidery & Needle Work. 3 00 a
Pupils chariged firoim the time of entbrin- td
the cliise or the session.
iloardiigin resectable families froin a'dt
$7 per itionth.
-Al. W. CLA It Y;
.Fitn 5 4 t 5
T E undersi ave engaged the Rev;
. 4. W. HURsEni.y to take charge of cie
Pottersville Academy the ertsiing year. Mr.
Mr. Eennerry is a gridtate of the Soith CarO
Iina College, and hus very considerableeipe.
rienue as a teacher. his amiable dispoiition;
moral and,religious character, as well is his li:
erary altainments, qalify him very especially
for conducing the moral and mental cliltnre of
thie children and young men of our country.
The studies ihat will be ta'ught in this Acadeny,
will be advertised in the next paper; suffice it
to say however, thut the classicks and science
will be fully taught, and that young ien i -
be prepared to enter the Ju.nior class of 111"
South Carolina College.
T. G. BACN, Taus
EUGENE BURT, -rEE
. H. R. SPANN. 7
N. B.-The erercises of the above Academy.
will comnneice on 8th January 1849..
Dec20 tf 48
State of South Carolina
Bridgett Cahill. Applicant, Summond
Richard Cahill and others, Deft's. Partitiot.
T appearing to my satisfaction that Richard
Cahill and Thomas Cahill, Distributeis in
the above stated case, reside.wihout the limits'
of t1iis State; it is therefore ordered that thef
appear and object to'the salear DiiiDsion of
the Riel Estate of William Cahill, deceased*
on or before the Arst Wonday -in., -next-r
their consent will be entered of
Given under' my"ha"id'at my Offie the day -
and date above written.
JOHN HILL, o. E.
Dec 23 1848 12t 4
R. E. F.m TEAUUE takes this method fE
inomn ths itizens of Edgefield Vif-'
lage and vicinity, ihnt lhe has. made a .perama
nent residence here,.for the- purpose' of practie
sing -Mdediie, Snrgery and Obstetrics.
Hie has beenc engaged in an extensive piactiee
for the last finir years, in company with his fath..
er Dr. T. Tea.ine 'In Latirens District, and hopes'
that his experietnce and riceasing attention
to the duties of his profession, wvill obtain for
him a share of public patronage.
His ollii: is next door to CoT. Bauskeeti's of
lice, opposite air. Compry's Hotel, his resin'
dence is th'e house formerlyV occnpied by S. S.
Tompkimi, Esq.. near the Male Acaddmuy.
He ma:y lye fonnd at his office in the d'af, and'
residece at night, nnless professionally engal'
January 17 1849, tf 52
STATE~ OF SOUTH CA RO'LINJ
PY JOIlN H IL L, Esri., O'rdiniary 6~
Whereas Charles Jones~ hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration;
de bon is non, on all and singular the goods'
and chattels, rights and credits.of' Mary
Jones sr. dec'ed, late of the District' aford.s
These are, therefore, t'o cite and admon
ish all anid singular.' the kindred an'd drad
itors of the said deceased, to be and appeal
before me, at ourm next Ordinary's court
f'or the said District, to he holden at Edge
field Court House, on the 5th day of Feb.
rtmary next, to show cause.. if any, why
the said ad ministration shoultiot be grar.
Given under my lband and sea), tiii the
2:3d1 day ol January in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred arrd
forty-nine, and in the 73d year of' Amer-t
JOlN [HILL,OE D. .
Jan 24 2t 1
*TlHE undersigned as Assignee. dl'..
1.Brnnnon, gives notice to alpersons hag
ingeclaitms against the Firm of G'. M'.'& WV. B.
Birannon to meet hitnat Edge'9ekf Coii-t IHouse,
on Wednesday 31st inst. at' which time he will
mnke a dividend of the money .in his hands
col lected a.ccordinig to the assigniment.
LEROY HI. MUUNDY, Assignee.
*,, The Charleston Conrier anid Hambunrg
Jonrnal, will copy three times weekly, and for,'
ward accounts to this ofiice.
J.tnntary 10, 1819,. 4t G5'
Boarding for Young Ladies
.boardinig, eighif or ten Yoning La:diest Is.
TI ottse is roumy annd pleasantysiinnted, con-ve
nietnt to the Female Academies. Parents and
Gnardlians may be assutred-t.'h'iery attention
niecessary will be paid to Girles committed to
his care. .
Jan. 10 1849, itf 61
OUA R'D1A NS and Trustees are hereby nmo.
G titled to make their anuial returns to ame -
oni or before the lifte'enthu of Feruma.my next.
* S S. TrOM PINS, c.. ..
Commtissioners OlIlice, Janurary 6, 1849.
Jan: iL0 6t 5r