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night of the,2th instanit,'James T:Sh1e
maker ad-Ge'rge E. Jacobs-confided in
4ail, endeavored to effect their'eseape by'
means of a small' saw, with which- they
uececded. in iutting due of tie'iron bars
isn the window, taking., out a piece about
'..twelve or fifteen iniieW i'leigth,'thereby
giving themselves ensv egress. . They
then.dec'ended.froin the second story by a
j.ordj or'.small rope, into the Jail yard.
keyubadypt;ovided..tlemselves with a
~rippe- whicii fastened to the end of a
o'-6pe,. imilar to that by which they de
"cibibded, was thrown over -the wall, took
fat'iid oi the other side, and left them
to.. per foEu the easy task of ascending a
a'Tllwenty feet-high with the aid ofa rope,
*rell wrapped. around with the pieces of
one 'ol the Jail blankets, which they had
.onv'rted to their own use. Stran:;e to
say, however, this easy task was not per.
formed,.and the n.orning sun rose upon
them. i the'Jail yard with guilt upon their
.ey. siated they had been engaged in
the ' glorious undertaking," as they term
it, for more than three. weeks,- and that
itjik them serenty hours to cut through
t Ihe' iron. They hear evidence to the
-spelish quality of the Jail bars, and de.
,lare they- are made of the hardest iron
they bave ever worked upon.
Shoemaker stated that he was at one
tie on the iop-of the.out?r wall, and that
-someone shot.at him from the street, the
ball-pissing through his cap. only close
enough to his head to give him a head
ache. Thinking ibis a bad omen, he got
down from the wall in to the yard.
c1nshys. thai desphiring ofescnping
at this point. they attempted at another,
and tiaihe get chtop the.wall, and could
.have easily escaped, bu t that because Shoe.
riaje'r. couhi not get up, and as he had
pro.mised not t'o leave- him', he concluded.
torefurn and tell their tale of woe.
-T1aylid left in their room letters ad
dressed.iothe Jailer, returning thanks for
his kind treatment, and expressing the
be,desire at' some furture time, to meet.
bin- when. far removed from the dangers
o life-time incarceration and punish
ments, they would-laugh over their mirac
ulons escape.-Charleston Mercury.
Ar rNTEREsTING FACT.-Ti the year
1817, the first Sunday School, we believe
oorganized in .the State..of Virginia, was
opined..in this ,town, in connection evish
thi Methodist Episcopal Church; George
Walker, Jas McGhee anh John Turman
-the last of whom still survives, a useful
venerable and-respectod citigen of Lynch
burg'. In a very short time two hundred
scholars, of both seles, was collected,
many of whom had no other opportunity
ofracqNiring the slightest education. It is
not possible to say what amount- ofgood.
may. have, been done by oven a single
year a peration of the Schoo We con
ue ourselves to'an allusion-to two cases,
w:'cke have been b'rought to ou'r. noti-e.
~knownto-shenation, as-thi.Hon. William
from heState of Ohio.
;.3ithe second year of the Schocl. there
-was enlered as a scholar a younger boy
of prepnssessing appearance and deport
menmt. He was the son of otne of the three
persona tgamned as the founders of the
School, -and ir now the -Hon. Isaac P.
Walkcer,a Senate.in Congress from the
Siaie~ of -Wi,consin. Two mnenmbers of
the Senate of the United States, therefore.
d'uring the last session, we.re arpoitg the
fi-st pupils~of the first Sunday School es
ilishnheol iriour town, and. n.s we be
* li'e*e, in th'e St-ate.-Lynchburg Virginia.
S NoiTIr.OA PPa.--The majority of
renders seem tolthink that nothiina can be
m'ore- easy or pleasant than to edit a pa
per; hut of all the different employments
by wihich. men make their bread atnd hotter,
there, is none, ve believe, that so tarts the
mind, temper, and flesh, as that of edit
*inga paper. There is.ntone that requires
anicer tact, a sounder jttdgment, a morn
constant application, a quicker wit, .or a
kinder heart.. A churlish temper etildl
never.suecceed as an editor; nor a uarrow
mintled traang nor an ignorant one, nor a
hasty one, nor an unforgiving onte.
An editor must of riecessity titrn himself
inside out to the public; lie cannot he a
hypocrite a-ny more than a husband can
be.a hypocrire to his wife. lie mnust ex
poses hinIielf in all that he dose, as muuch
in- selecting the thoughts of othera, as in
-pnhlishing his own, and the better way for
him in the otrtset is t6 begzin frankly, to
save himself from after-cont 'alections and
mortification'. Whnever succeeds tolerat
bly w,ell ar an editor, is something more
than an ordinary rnan,.let his contempor
aries say er thiukof him asahey will.
PROFITS OF T HJ COTTON TRADE.-aThe
followino article, whf we clip from the
New Oorleans Delt a, is applicable to many
oth-er meridians :
"The-English buyers in the New Or
leans market are now realising immense
profitis by the advance in cot ton, and rea p
Ling all those benenits whiet, under a proper
system, otbght to be enjoyed by the cotton
E' difers of the Delia-The above, from
the Co~neocidi.intelligenicer of the 17th'
inst 1is'eno.her of those erroneous reports,
that areso oftenrepeated and circulatted
throughout'the country,. to the disadvan
tage iW in3ary of ours co-nmercial comn
What gr-eat o a have been realized by'
purehasing Cotton in New OHleans and
shippig to England, thtiiseason,. con he
termed "imigination;".'a glance. at ex..
pecea retan 'sales will tell. Suflice to
know,for uhue itiformtaiibn of our'.cotfntry
friends; that not one buyer in'tena for the
Englihharket, or any foreign market,
'has for tik:past ten years made enough on
(Cotton to pay his yearly expetnses. There
is no diore'3nfecar'ous or hazardous busi
j-ness in exitence than dealing in Cotton
f(or speculatitve~ purposes. In fact, if any
thing is mad.e by operations in 'the article
Sthe-grower receives his-full share. Of thiq
(actE hid friends the factot, can convince
1Trit ?s te rhinihtter of time.
Tag METIUoDIST CHUlcKH PROPERTY
QuEsoN.-From the Commercial Ad.
vertiser. we learn that ihe Bahimore annu
al Conference of -the Nethodist Episcopal
Church, the first in totation, has unani
mously passed a resolution authorizing
and recommending that the property ques
tion, in dispute between the Northern and
Southern brancles of the Chnrch, be sub
mitted to arbitration. Should the other
annnal Conferences follow the example,
and it seems to be gennrally expected that
will, the constitutional difficuly will be
removed. The South having made pre
partions for commencing a suit to estab
lish their claim, will have incurred some
expenses, but probably these will tie inde
a mater of arrangement, should an arnica
ble adjustment of the other difficulty be
Jew David's or Hebrew Plaster.
This article. prepared for pains and weak
ness in the back, breast, side, or lonbs; bruises.
sprains, &c.; and fur asthmatic affections
will, in most cases, g've himnediate and perma
nent relief. It will also be fonnd highly benefi
cial for complaints of the Liver, Lungs, and
Kidneys. Persons of sedentary habits, whose
business reqires then to sit or stand much.
who are troubied with weakness in the chest,
or pain in the side or breast will find great re.
lief by wearing one of these plasters.
See advertiseteit in niiother conin.
The genuine are sold by J. D. CHASE.
MArch J4 1819, Dm 8
Beller Lodge Mo. 17.
.*. e, ' . 2
07" Regular meeting of tliis Lodge will
he held on Monday evening next at 7
o'clock, -.ELBERT BLAND, Sec.
April 4 . lIt 11
Furniture for sale.
T lIE Stbscriber intendini t remove from
Edgefield, will sell at Public Auciroi, on
Friday, 13th inst., a portion of the FURNI.
TURE of his Room, at the Spann H1otel, in
part as follows: . .
One Mahogany (FrenchIBeditead, Atess,
&a, one do. Burean, one do. Sofa, Wardrobe,
Tables, Chaiia. Carpel. (cantaining 40 yds.)
6-4 Matting; (24, ds.) And-Irons, bhovel and
Tong, Fender, Solar amop; Venetian Blinds,
&c. &C. Terms Ca.sh. on deliveiy. Sal e to
coiminence at 11 o'clock. A. M.
S. RICH1ARD SMITI1.
April 4, . tf 11
#or the Ladies.
J UST Received a choice Lot of PFRFU
MERY, COSMETICS, &c. -
Extracts in fine Cut Glass oiltles',
Meen Fun, the telebrated Chinese Skin
Powder-for rendering the skin deli
. cately white, soft and smooth,
Lilly White, an unrivalled Toilet Powder,
Rouge Vegetal de ViTe, a French Cosmetic
Eau Lustral Ifti Restorative, for cleans
ing and beautifying the rair and pro,
-nofng- its gro%vth;
Eau Divine de Venu-e, this im'prves and
beaiifiq the cominlexion. eradicates
- ----s -----, --. aa,se: ine unaur curt,
-Black Poiltatumn, in Jfars, for gradually
darkening ths hair,
Rose Vegetable Tooth Paste,.in Jars, this
beautifies the teeth and purifies tre
Various kinds~ of Perfumed Soap, &ec.
For Sale by JV. D). CH ASE, M. D.
A pril 3, tf 11
N~ew and Cheap
A T PRICF.S TO 1)EI'Y CO.',PETI..
TIOIN, which arec as follows:~
100 dozen Asnarte:l widths Tarpes,1l2Ac per dnz
190 Buxes 1elt Cord for h)res-es. 3~dde 25c.
25 dozen Ladwes Nett igh'lCaps. 50c per dez.
4 Caises S pring and S:;oumeur Prinits,
Linren C. Hakt eriefs an id Long Lawns,
supuerio,r hristh Linens, at prices rainig from
Ihtickaback. Bird Eye, and Scotch Diapers,
8-4hBro, and Cold ~nTbler C,.vers,
Brown Le.:ud and White llollands, s
I Case Blue Stripes,.ror .servantus, 12c per yd.
I tosirry Gloves andi Coinan Frinrres,
Also. am laurge Stock of Urown Shueetingse,
Blleachied Lonig Cloths, Cold Conotn goods,
Ladies Dress Gonde, of the newesr sty!es.
GROCEIES, GROCElRil S.
2hhuds. Beautifual li;;t browni Sugr..11 and 12
lbs for $1,
10 b;ags lR' in oTee, 10 lbs for $1,
New O)r'ean.' .\nlausses.:17Ac per gallon,
2 baurrelk W lite Wine Vino'gar. :374c pe r gal.
I Chuesit ilyon Tea. a good artricle, 7Zw per lb.
2 lb~rrels Cu ,she'd sugaur, 12Ac per lb.
Whlolo Rice, 20 ponunit for 6'
1tt boxers liar S..aju, 10c per liar,
10 "' Pea:urI Siurch. 1 2c per poun rd,
8. " Sperm Canidhles, 3d7A0 per pud
1 ca:sk Winter StrainL::mp Oil.
Ginger and Blacuk Pepper, 12c per pound.
WVith mnxy other articles in the Gi-ocery
line, which we i' ill [sell as low as above men,~
SilOES, BOOTS, AND HATS.
Ladies Kid and .3lotocco Ties. 75c per pair.
" - o Walking Shoes, $1,
alieses Sewed and fX'eged IBootees, 75c to :31,
100 pair Servan1is Slaps, 50c per pair..
Mlen and Boys P..rgedt Shones. 62sIe to $!,
Gents fine Sewed Calf Ijontees,.
"Pegged and Sewed Boots, $2.30 to $4.
Painama, Le'ghorn,. and Pahniu Leaf Straw Illats,
Inuets Perl Gipsey, and 5lisses Leghornt
Flats. tugrdther with a general assot tnett
ofu,ther Goods, usually fonund sin a Cottn..
All the Subiscrihers ask.e. is to give them a
call, theni jttdge fur ynorselve's.
Rt. CAUSSE & CO.
.April4. t f 11
P URSUA N T to an Order from John Hill,
Esq., Ordinary of Edgzefield District, I
shall proceed to sell at the late residence of
Mary Kilcrease, deceased. on Thursday the
12th of A pril, all the Personal property of
said deceased, (not specially disposed of by
the last WVill and Testament of said deceased)
consisting of four Negroes, Horses. Mules,
Corn and Fodder, stock of Cattle and Shee p,
with various articles of property, too tedious
to m6ntion. The whole will he sold on a
credit until the 25thr of l)ecember next; notes
with approved securities will be required.
The title of the property not be changed until
terms of sale are complied with.
DAVis J. KILCREASE,
N. B.-The tracts of land will be rented
out. for the present year, at the same time
and place, to wit: the Scott plantation and
tlhe Cbadwick plantation, On' the same terms.
More New Goods,
JUST Received at the celebrated NEW
YORK & PHILADELPHIA CHEAP
CASH STORE, 17 Cases more per ships Caro
lina and Columbia, frorm New York, which
with the GOOUS previously receivcd, com
prises-the largest and best assortment in town.
CON.RISTING IN PART OF
White and col'd Stockings from 10 ets and
upwards, also half Hose from 8 ets. up,
Ladies fine black Mits at 12j,
Turtle Shell, Tuck and Side Combs,
Cologne, Bear's Oil and PERFUMERY
of various kinds,
Black, green and colored Vails,
White, and col'd Kid, Linen, Picknick
Splendid Purses, Needles, Pins, Hooks and
Gentlemen's and Youths Panama, Leg,
horn, German Straw, Ranchero, Cali
fornia, Canada, and an extensive assort
ment of Gentlemen's black Hats; also
Ii,fants' broad Hats.
BOOTS 4- S1OES,
Sewed and Peged Boots from 2 75 to $3 75
150 pr Brogans, sewed.and peged,
Ladies' fine Shoes. very cheap,
A full assortment of high and low qarrter
Boys and Infalits Patent-Leather Shoess
Gentlemen's Ladies' and. Misses Shoes,
All of which will be sold extremly low.
C U T L ER Y.
A very handsome assortinent of one, two,
three and four bladed Pocket Knives,
Also Pen Knives, Dirks and Bowies,
Pistols, Per cussion Caps, Powder and Shot,
Steel Pens, Scissors, Razors and Razor
- Strops, w,arranted.
Shaving Soap and Brushes,
Cloth and Shoe Brushes, Blacking, &c.
.AD D LEr iY.
Saddles. Dray and Riding Bridles, Girts, Sir
cingles, Saddle Bai. Carriage and liding
Whip!1, 1anrtingales, Sugar Whils, all Pt muiy
usutal low prices.
C L O T III N G.
Positiivrly there never has been a far-acr anfd
better assortmienit shown here. The sewing is
spletidid, and in regardl to $:yle, nothing can
surpass them, cointe and try thii; part o' those
Goods are cotton Pants, it 75 cents; white lii
en and colored drilVing, black Merin Frenc
Drilling. ribbed and fine black caslienmere Pan.
Black Dress .nnd Frock. Drnppe'Ete do.
Croton. Drab,-Summnoter, Linen Checked. Lrs
tre, Brown,Linen, Alpacas and Snmmer Coats.
Black Satin. rashiemere. Silk and Linen,
White nnti Colored Ilarseills, Plain Buff and
Blue Vests. ind a large assortment, a cheali
kind from 50 ets. tIp.
Shirts, Suspendars, Neck and Pocket Silk
-iandkerchiefs, etc. etc.
It is a well known factt Goods are bought
cheaper in New York thnin in any- other City,
consequently as my profits are small, and -my
Goods bought very chenp,.greter Bargains and
cheaper Goods are sold'nt my Store than in
any other without exception.
April 4, St . - i
O'~N' Monday the 16th of A pril, wvill lie sold
-niatthe lute residence of Stanmore WVat
son, dedeased, 17etweei foty and fifty.
sone stock, Mules, Horses, Oxen, Corn Fed.
der, WVaggons, Carts, plantation tools, &c.
For all sums under twenty dollars. cash wil
be requtireh ; tior all abovr~e that amocunt, bonds
with two good seennese, to lie made paryablle 1st
Jannary 1852, witlr interest fronm the 1st Jann
T[ILLMAMI W'ATSON, Ex'oir.
'N B.-All pitrsonts inidiedct to the estate of
Stamonnrc WVatsorn. dluc'd'. are mi'iiestedc ton
marrke praymnrent to Trlmtirt W~alsnn, Execuror,
and thoeser hav'rig demiranrds augain.st the estate,
will render threm properly u:sttstd.
April 4, e-19. 2s 11
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, a mnolatto man whlo says
his name is T 0 M , and thart hre bue
longs to far. Baurnard Bee, of Pendleton Dis
trict. Said fellow is abouit five feet 31 inches
high, between 30 and 33 years of aige.
The oivner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take hinm
away, oi Ihe will be dealt with as the law
directs. .A. II. BUR T, J. E. hiA
April 3, 1S4 if 11
(X~V W nre nothuorizedl to annonnee
IT TLlETON A. 111ROOKS, irs a Can
didarte for Tax Collector, at tIre ens'.inrg
(GP We nre atithorized in annroiuce
ROlBERT CLOY, as a Carr,dlidate for
Tax Collector, at tIhe enrsuinig eleetion.
(Q We are athori'zed to aninounce
Capt. D. L. SIIA WV as a cnnitdtate for
31ajor of the Lower Ilattaliotn, 7th Rtegi
merit. S. C. M.
P1R E S E NTM 31 N T1 S
Of thle Grand Jury of Edge/ield Dit..
spring Term, 1849.
W E the Gran'd Jury of Edg.elie'ld-Distsit..
do say, thart we harye visited the Jail.
nird have crarefrilly exairrined tire same, anid do
ptresentt itris being unsafe f'or the confineentt
oft pisorrets rind unfit for thre residence of mIre
.lrnilor. We would therefore rirp1ectiftly re
commirend that a new site be p)ul chnased, arid a
nrew Jatil he brtdl! of sutitaible dinmenisionis arid of
ptroper. streng"th. Wet dii furrther recormmeind
thart te Lregislattu re of this Stare do trake into
conrsiderationi thre proprieuty of adopting tire
Penuite'rtiairy systemi anrd ofr passing a lawv ini
favor of building a Peniitentirnry,.
We fnrth~er woutld resperctftrlly recommend
rhat a suiitable appropr'rntionr he mladr by h
Legislaturre fur tIre porpose of clenniig-out tire
(tbstriuctionsa in thre Sarvaninah River, from Bull
sluice to llamburg.
A. McCAINE, Foreman.
March23t . 10
I SA Ad FR EE living near tihe fork of tire
lligging Ferry Road anid Lharppel Ferry
Roaid,- titles before rme, a small. G'ray Malrre
Ma1ile, suipp-osed to be fifteen yetrs old. A p
ptraise,d at thiirty-live dollars, this Dece'mber 1st,
HARDY WHITE, Magistrate.
Dec 13 4rtm 47
Lumber for Sale.
71 ESubscriber will furnish the very best
Planrk orr Lumbrter. of any kind at irs M ill
on Shnaws Creek'l, 12 miles fromr Edgehield C.
fl. forr 50t cents per hutndred cashi, and 624 cents
where it is c'hargedl.
I will also deliver Lurmber at or near Edge.
field Village, f'r $8 per thonisandi cash.
Jan3 J4~, MARTIN POSEY.
Ja, 18, . 't5
IfHVUndei;igned have associated them..
1- sefesI-oFthi Ourpose of tainsacting a
General Coinircial Business, nnd take grent
pleasure in an4iourcing to their friends and the
trading coiMPn ii at large, that they are now
receivng anad,pening at their new Room,
(Bland's Corner,) a 1irge and entirely new
stock of Goods, hliich have been carefully se
lected by.both,'f u fro' the latest arrivals in
Charlefton .ifid the Northert n Alarlets.
Our' Stock comprises every article usually
kept fo, the :ride.
We deem it: superflunns to ennmerate arti
6eesand.to make promisirs nd pledges, ns to
what we will.Vr%will not do. .3ut confideit
that we can pliise een 'the rmost linitideous,
we most respeifully invite a thorough inspec
tion of-our God aid lprice. Delerinined to
meit,.ve coilidently ask a liberal Eharo of
a.W P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
EdgefieId Mt rch 28, if. 10
AT TE NEw% YoRK AND P1ILADEL1fItA
Che Cash store.
SUST' rece~ reper Steamer Southerner
8nd Colupilms, part of the Stock,
2U Cases of- ilbrihandize, consitinig in part of
125 piees Flihiiture and oluuniing- Paint,
500 Piccc Pf- 4coes from 4 cents to 181 tcs.
per yard. -
Colared Luawn 4, and Muslins from 12.1 to
50cents,ali 0 assortmient.
200 Pieces l.fied and 'Unbi' ached .lomo
fpuns -from 5)6Uts to 18.1, By the piece very
Bleichd' and VAa-ached Table -Cloths, per
10 diieie LinaTainbrin Handkerchier, 3 for
25 cents only
25 ioi. Liie bric 11ardkerchies from-12'
A very lrgei nmremnnt.of Plain and Figured
Camibric 'ett- and book 3luslins,lroni
I2,j cents iis
eeduckenro fihigher. and agreat
variety ' s vlhich will be suld at
it very sMR,l va tash.
16o Paecesof 1 ue style.
lbON T A .WREATIS
5 Caser epeh . Itifng in pait.of
Lawn, ..Le,runey Misses, inny
.L inds, .pn t t
Gold plain-h fd itone Rings. an exten
Iiva assa4 Ladies and Misses Gold
Breasti1s 1, Silver Combs, Gold
Pencili fiith Qiliont Gold Pens. Silver
Pelid it id Peis, etc., all-of which
are warrant -
G JE E_.
1. Hhd. rown Sugar, I Ilbs. for $1.
" JS 2 bs. rortil
Rio-Col,e 1.1 lbs fur $1.
Bst-N 0. -cerit31c per Gallon.
Lamp-.Oil -$I per Gilon.
Best- Win.of_i r 314
blach'r3E4$ie5 c -
Be srt' WiI e otle Lemon Syrrup
and Cordia, ,. COHN -
Ic ahis th n a nder ed would re
.o are in (av r ob. C hep or0.SH
vet ~ StJ7J.BCO H MN.
March-239 - 3c 10'
N E G OO DS!
T lI1E Suh riber has just received his
spring ummer Goods,
Co-sting.in part of
PRINTE D J.MUstNS. !ILK AND
LINE~N B 'GEr, DOTTED AND)
LINS GL (IHA.l. ENG LlSl
For.Le We Dresses-'
Mui :'ing~ r-ine
Bonne 'B01nm-t Ritbbons.
Groerie rdware, Crockery,.
Shoes;- an .'lmamna. Silk and
I 1ft IlTS.
All of. which..( eold very low, andi a lh
eral discount fo 6H. C !YN
March 21 184 tf 9
Ecoliolny is Wenith !
7'fl3HE Subscriev.most aespeefully informs
Aliis friends and the public generally, that
lie bmaa located .hmself at Edgelield C. flouse;
(next door to Mfr..Refo's Tin Shnlp and op
posite the $pann Hotel,) for the purpose of
carry on thme
LCabnet Nakmng4' Riplaring Business,
in all of its varid.branchies. lie feels con
fident in giviugeitire satisfaction. to those
who may favor him with, a call..
N. B.-FUYNERALIs furnished at the short
est notice and on accommodating terms.
Mlarch 2i, 1849 - . 3m It
fRcicannosvn.L., '10th Regimient, S. C. Sl.
OR D)ERS N0-4 ~ '.
T lE Battalions will piirade in the follnwini
Iorder, viz :--The Lower Ba.talion will meet
at 31:t. Williing on Saturday thme 28th of~ A pi it,
for drill and revieiv.. Thle Upper Battalion nt
Cot. Towles' ori Saturday .tie 5th of-.Alay:
The oflicers and no'n comuiji.sionied ofiicers, at
tend the dnay previo.ii Lt. Col. West will ex
tendic thii4 order to lii:I respective comanud.
The Caiptains.of the Upper Ba,tialion will exa
iend this order to'their respeetive conipaniies.
Ml W. LLARY; Cot. .
. .--10th Regiment, S. G.M.
March 28, St 10
O N the 21st oi--22d of December last,
between Hamburg and Mrs. Ander
son's, .oii the Mirtintown Road, a new
Pockot Book, containing about 75 Dollars,
as follows:--4 ten dollar bills, 5 five dojtr
bills, all on thefBank of Hamburg, n
about 8 or 9 dollars in silver. The. finder
will coofer a gre4t favor on the subscribe:
by returning the same, and be well ravarded.
Ja 8, 189 tf 50
A LL persons indebted to the estate of' P
Burnett, Jr., deceased, are requested
to come forw~ard mtd settle thie same, and
those having demi uds against tihe estate
wvillI pleaso to ronder in their claims, proper.
ly attested, by the first.of April, as I ar
determined to wnid the business up as speed'
ily as possible
CHAI LE~S NICKIERSON,
J'an i,184 tf - 5
New Goods, -New Goods.
T HL Subscribers are now receiving their.
Stock of S PiR I N G ond 8 U 111 11 E R
G 0 0 D S, which were purchased rerj loic
for Cash, and consequently cau and will be sold
accordingly. Atmongst which are thell ulowirg:
Rich P- de Sou Silks,
Do. Camelian do
Do. Brocade Stripe do
Ex. tio. Diagonal Plaid do black,
Rich Plain B1lack Silks,
Sup. Blk, Plain Col'd and Plaid Breges,
Do. Plain and Figured Tissues.
Eub. Brocha Swiss 1 msli Dresses,
Very rich Blk and Uol'd Brocha Lawns,
Large lot Printed Lawns from I5 to 20
New style Jacoet and Orgaid;c Mut1ins,
Do. do. Silk and Liivi uilghamr11is,
Beattlifil lot Summer Giigliams f1rI
]2. to 25 cents per yard
Latest Style (if Ladius Collars aid Critfi,
Unmon and Linen Drill from 25 cts to $1,
French. Summner Cassier aid loths,
Sup. 1.nglish Draps D'Et' fr 75 cts. to S2
New style Ptir Dimity, wit Frinlges to
Plain, Plaid ad Stripe Coltonades,
Pillow Case Linen and Apran Checks,
Geo. Nankeens and B. E. Diapers,
. Silk arid Cotton Umbrellers, Parosols and
All tyles and prices Tickinigs fr J0 to 20.
Do " " Bleached aind bro 6heet..
inrs add Shirtigs from 4.1 to 45,
- All styles and prices Calicos. from 15 to 25
All gialitieis arnd prices bro and blk Table
All qialitiesn and prices Cotton, Linen and
. Silk llrindkerchiefs.
Silk Frinlgcs & Bottons, fir Lndits drcss.q
Co'd rind White Cot, Silk & Kid Giajres,
Mars,mils Al Silk Veslfingr,
l1leached aid erown Coiton Drills,
Malrlboro and Slirtinig StripIes,
Osiabur:s and Factory Stripes mid Yarn.
Swiss, Mull, Book, Plaid and Jaconet
Aumnsta 7-8 and 4.4 brown Shirtings and
Coilplete assortmnent of Children and La
dies Shoes, -
Iny quantity aid quality of haLf hose and
Hosiery, &c. &i. .
Which on'r friends and acr'iain!an e, and
persons visiting limbnrg for the purpose of
buying. Goods, are invited to call and take a
look and judge for themselves, as we teel confi
dent thy will find it to their-iteret- .
JACKSON & KINCULEY.
flamburg, Marci, 1849 2ni 9
arenilfle fscrmalt Mtalliet.
R. BRADSHAW, A. M. PRaCiPAr.
T 1ilS Institution is now, with a fll corps
of Teachers, in successful operation.
The Rev. S. S. GAIL.AR, 0so fvorab)ly known
in this State, is engaged us one of the Teuchers
fir the preent year.
.The course of instruction embraces all the
studies necessary to a complete English educa.
tion. aid these studies will be pursued in rhe
order hest adapted ita the capacities, tastes and
previous nQinmenti of the pipils, having at
all times a due respect to the. wishes of the pa
retits. Also the Greek,-Lamin,French and Ital
inn Languges; Music, instruviental.and voca;
Drawingt Piin'ting, andl ezery vartyp .f Needle
work The Alsic class. is .lnder 1he care of
nl.i whon hale1h ererat
der the car-e of the' presenrt-I riial, riveregingr
nearly one. hanirdied pupils, itsdeerried asiifli.
cienit rec,. rnmenditatiuon.
Every ineces4rary info,rmation resp'ectinsg the
Trers of thre Schroo, pnrice of IJoarding, &c.
can lhe otained by ap'piing to tIhe Princi pal.
Greerivilla', 8. L . il rch, 1849 2t 9
Ri. E. F. TrEAGUE takres this method of
.UVinfoirinir the~ ciieris of Edigelild Vil,
Iage andi vicinitry. that hre has made a permar
lnit residerice here, for the purrpore of practi
siiue..iledicii, Snirgefy arnd Obratetrie~s.
He~ h;:: becia engaigedinanr exrenisive r14aciice
fair the l:net fanir yeair., in coimparry with lis fath
er Dr. T1. Tale.iin Laurreirs District, and hopes
thait his explerienrce arid unccasin g attention
to tIre diias aof his professioni, will obtaini fomr
him.iai shatre of pubilic, panonurage.
HIis arfilee is iwxi domor to Col. Saurskr'tt's cf
flce..oppnsit~mo Mr. Comnpty's Ilotel. his resi
dlnrce is rte hrensre formreily occupied by S. S.
Tuampkh;ris, E!sq.. irear the 31lale-Aradenmy.
- lIe miay he fmanrrd at Iris oilic'e in thre driy, and
residisnce at night, tunless professionally eniga.
SJanuiary 17 1%49, tf 52
J II. Prire & Co., ha;vin2 Irocrated at Edge
. fie'.d Conrt H ose. will lie plerrsed to
receive orders lfar rmakinig inlattrasses ot' all
dest.riptins, 'ai resoinable te-rms.
J. Ii. P. & Co.. mary Ire foni rid rrt their rom.
rip-stairs of Dr. Goodiw ia's. Store Haanse, op
pite the.Plhmtenrs (1 oral, wvhere rperirmeirs ouf
theiir work can be aeen.
T. D. PR IC E.
.C. P. 31 URRtELL,
Rer--.ace-1 take pleasure ini s:r.ing ilhat
rrpon triail, I have fo-m:d the Martr:is-es mnarde
by tIre rabove namieJ gerntlemen. rut ra very ex
cellent qir dity. 11- l - SPAIN
February 7. 1849 t f 3
DRUG AND) OENF.RAL
T3 H E Subscriber inifaurmrs li-fiendas amt
...thepurblic..thrat as Agemr fair ri fe.w Ii indil
~who have engaiged him tan doa bniia-in<.lr tIhem
Ie wvill keep on haurni t rthe Posat llic~e. a frill
stipplry of articles us arbove, which lie will sell
cheap for ciash.
Feb.7, if 3
T1 llF, nnrdersigned as A svgnee afC Marcus
..Upsqon, giv es notice to all persons having
caims aigrisist. the said .Murenis Upsorr.arid
who are willing to take umnIer the assiginmenrt,
to renidcr in their claiins by. tire sixt: dray of
August next. All persons indebted tom the said
M1aicus Upson, are requested t6 make imame
diate praymrenrt. . . -
SA MIUEL' STEVENS, Assignee..
March 7 1849, 5m*' 7
N ew Lai'd e
1 - -dbLBS., NEW LARD, just
.3. receivcd and for Sale, liaw
for Caush, by Hi. J ENNINGS.
N. B.-The Suabscricher expects shortly a
good supply of Choice Bacon, kL.J.
Feb 9. ~ tf5
t1RCUMSTANCES regniring that the bn
'9siniess of G. L & E. Penrn should be seth
tled rip with~ornt delay. Notice is hereby given.
ilhat all Notes arid Accouints not siattled duiring~
Court, will be given out to an Ofilcer for col.
,iectioo.E. PENN, Agent.
*Fe. 261849,. tf 6
P R 0 C& A,1 A T1 1N
CHARLESTO., S. C., March 10, 1849.
Y His Excellency WHITEMARSH B.
SA EABROOK, Goverflor and Coniman
-l-r-in-Chief itimand over ihe .tate of South
Carolin : Whereis, inforination has been re
ceived it thik Departiment, that a noiteibocious.
ninrder was coninitted in F,dgefield Distriqt,
on the Mibi day of Febrnary last. Ly a slaie
namied APP or APPLING, belonging to Mar
till Posey, I-s , anod that the said slave has ab
scmbu'd. Now know ye, in order that -th -
said slave may be hioight to trial for the crime
with which lie is charged, I do lireby offer a- -
rew ant of Tico lundred oid Fiftj DOllas, for
the aprprelieisipti nol safe delivery of the laid
shive App or Appl:wg, to Whe Jailor bf Edge
fieldf District, or to nv other Jailor in thid
State. Said F.ib,w is 'nhont thirty years of
ape feet 8 ir i0 inches high; stright or or4 - -
diiry size. a -lin!e copper colored. stammers
when speakina; had oin when lie left a brown -
frdek coat, an'd blacki hat; lie had a long beard
on his chin, one or his legs is sore and much
swollen. -t,t.i. .r . - -
Given ittider- mj haind, dhi-4 tehihlayi
Alainh. in the vear of our Lord one thou;
and eight linared and foriy.nine, and in
the seventy-third year of American Inde
WHITEMARSH B. SEABROOK. -
By tle Governnr:
B. K. 11 NNNEGAN, Secretary of State.
March13 4t 8
Tax Collector's Notice.
I WILL, attend at the times and placesheref
~inaler specified, to- collect the G6nereral
Poor and Road Tax, for the year 1848, viz:
Hlatcher's Pond, Monday, 2nd April,
Graniteville, Tuesday, 3rd
Beach Island, Wedife.day, 4th ' "
Hamburg, Thursday, - 5th -
Geiger's. Friday, 6th
Scott' , Saturday, 7th -
Red Hill, Monday, 9th "
Jas. Tompkin's,. Tuesday, 10th
Freeland'.. Wed'sday, Mith
Liberty Hill, Thursday, 12th
Mosley's. Friday, 13th '
Chenthan's, Saturday, 14th
Smyley's, Monday,- 16th -
Sheppard's, ''uesday, 17th
Moore's, Wed'aday, 18th
.Towle's, Thursday, 19th
Coleman's >1 R. Friday,- 20th -
Peiry's k It. Saturday, 21st -&
Mlt. Willit.g, . Monday, I 23d. -
Rinehart's, Tuesday, 24th
Whittle's, Wed'sday -25th
Ridee,- Thntday 26tit
Richnrd6on's, Fridayj-,4MX1 Il-i
IEdjefi lia. G H O iay;
CH.d RL (SI'O.V DISTi'R1CT:
IN EQUITY. -. -
Chri.-tinina G. Jones,. ~ . ~ -
- - es.
-Ann C. Bowles, Admitnistrator,
Estte of Jothnt TI. Howles,
TIhomas C. Bowels, WVm. T.
Hfeieinmas, and Elvira his
wife, Charles S. Allen ahd
.Jas. 13. Allen. ) .
.:OTIL:E is hereby.given, tat by t.ir-.
' ine of a .teeeeiof Chancellor Dur.kiu,,
in this case, I shall sell for cash, at Edge
field Court House, on Tihursday the 19thr
day of~ A pril next, ene Lot o1 land situated.
in the Village of Edgefieldl on the Street.
lending tto Columbaia and.the Pine House,.
;and ainjoining the lot now occupied by
Said Lot of land will he sold asth
Estate or Juihn Tr. Hoiwles, dec'd., the@ tide,
to whom. for said L,ot, is lost or mislaid,.
but is undisputed.
.JA MESW. GRAY,
* ~Ma.ster in Equity. -:.
Master's Oflice, Chaorlestntu, March 24.
March 24, 1849 4's 10 -
Execcutor's Sale.. . .
I shall p5oceed to sell oz.i Wednesday,
thte 11th day oif Apri.l next,. at. the late,
residenc~e of .\la:ry Kilcrease, deceased1e *
all the' Persatitl riperty. bequeattned the
suid dece.zsed, during~ life, by John Kil-,
creaisc, late of Edgelield .Disirict, betweem.
forty and fifly hk-~ely negroes, stock of.
llorses, llo;;s, iles, .Cows, Shteep,;
Ilosehhl mi-KithenFurniiture, Plan-s
t;ition To"ol.', Waiganoi antd liartg and,
uither'art i:i's too tedlious to ment
creil until the tinenty-fifrh day~ ofD -
cetiiir netiX, with tnote and two approved -
ecurios, Th'e right o.f the property.uoa
ehi.iitg.d niil the terms pf sale a.e AdQ:
pliedl with. find if re-sold, at the risk of
.JAS GILCHRIIST, whowas E'x'orof
JUIIN G ILCHRliST, Deceased,.
Matrch: 14,. 5t 8 -*
Copartnershlip lNotice, ..
rU 11 lE SiJ)ub i-d- respectfully inform theirj
frb,inds n.il iti Public generally., .that:
they have ei!!-d into a Copurtnership, to car
ry o the Tn';) l oring bunsines, nnder the etyle oft
Cor,a & Ev3Y. atid will do businoas-next.,
dour to S. F. Goode. They intentd keepingA
gntod assortment of Ilte bestr materi'dit.,t.ii
line, anud solicit fronm the Publie. a share of
J. J.; M.A YS.
The Snbscriber takes tis opportunity of re
turniing his siinccre ithanik- to his friends for
theiir liberal patronage, anud as'iidts a continu..
ancee of the same.
JOH N COLGAN.
Jan. 17 1840 . .. tf 52 ,
I Jus~t-Ifeteived at
Afew Novels,. cheap editio-ta, writteidy
B~ 1uliwer, James, and other Author,
Also, a'lot or Note Paper, and Envleb
Perfumery., Sealing Wax, Motto Seal,809.
Also, a fine Article of Olive Oil, for table
use. -. - '
A few dozens Colic Mixture and Dalhj's
Carminative, a valuable medicine for infq. -
Calcine Magnesia, &c, &ce.; for,sale' heap
for cash or credit. - - . -*
- JOHN D. CHASE.
jFeb. 21 tif V