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erv of disunion is to be raised he
ge'the South is not willing to surreuder
r rights. This is ti.e very subterfuge
expected. There is at 41 f politiciants.
his country. who, with Union in their
1bs and Treasvut in their hearts, are
*aring. o rat least atten pting. to be pre
a portion of the people of' te South
look on and witness, without resistance,
eir sacred and constitutional rights tram
d undtr foo. Is this Union to pre
rved at the sacr.fice uf the States ? Aye,
e might ask, can it he preserved by a
iolation of the spirit and compromises of
e Consitutiotn ? Admitting that it could,
ould such a Union be condtcive to the
elfare and happiness of the people ? We
.tend that it would not, and rhat peacea
a dikiolution w, ould be far preferable.
'he Union is otly valuable as it exists
der the compromises, the spirit and sa,
ed principles of the Constitution; that
qWsiitution which respects and protocis
rights and interests of the minority.
I shields them from the tyratrical op
sion of a ruthless and unprincipled
jnry. The North being the stronger
rry im' Congress, is to ride rough shod
er the South, tie weaker party, and to
ree, her into quiet submission by thren
ning to hold her responsible for the dis
lution of .this glorious Union if she resists
e appression ! A monstrons dociritre,
uly, to,b preached by a Southern jour
al. What. we would ask, has held the
nion together thus loig. and'warte:l it
n to glory and rentown, but tha' spark of
patriotic fire, kept alive and glowing in
the bosoms of their descendeis, nhltich
iispirel the iears df our revolutionary ah
cestors, in a spirit of conciliaton and ermi
promise. wheti they framed the character
ofour liberties ? We answer nothing.
Let this spark he onrce extinguislred by
'-he foul breath of fanaticism and sectional
prejuttice; let the comproming spirit out
to which the Constitution and the Union
sprung be once te-,leeted, disrega rded, and
spurned, and the tie that binds the States
is virtually dissolved, though, a copy of
the Constitution, wtitten in letters o( gold,
he in the hands, of every man in the na
tion. Everv true friend to the nation will
foster this spirit, and he will frown upon
shose who would obliterate it. as enemies
to tihe Unionr. We of the South, being
ithe intiority, have rights which the Con
stitution guaranties and protects, out cf
vhich a majority in Congress would rob
us. This ftct is alarminig in itself, even
though that majority cor.es from tire Not th
ern dviition of tre Confederacy. But what
sball we think of tiose even in our rmidst
who will stand by and see the robbery
committed. and then hide iheir crime be
hiid the hypocritical cry of jTyr5nt ! We
Varn our readers, as weil as the Southern
people, in time, beware of surh hiypocrisy.
To preserve, itiviolate the Unruion and the
rights of the Stares, is, and ought to be,
the paramount object of every true pa.
trigt id he deserves to beregarded ars an
b who would bhield his int.
me. behind a hypocritical
o the oother.-Nah.
-e appreciate highly
- iess of tire menthens of
hiE publishredi the *Sotuthrern
. that tire mratter of the satme is
*tt-remistotne dignified arnd cabtn-its temt,
er pet ~triotic anrd irm-atid irs argumietrs
-irrefutable; anid their cotnstitttnettts rnill
respondt to tIs tinmely signtal of danger
from hill-top to hill-top troughout thris
broad land itn a voice "loud as several
thunders." whichr will appunl every false
Resolred, That the territory lately aC
quired by tihe United States is the comrmon
property of tire several States of thiq Unriotn.
- ~-thrat fromr every section o~fit tire people
have a right to emigr'ategt'othis territory
Kwith therr property of every description,
and thrat we should. regartd the pussage of
rte Wilmrot proviso on the organisatiron
of these territories by Conaress-or simsilar
restrictiotr tpon them whienr admritted as
Stares-es a violatiuon of our conrstitu
tional rights. and a denial of that equality
*of the Confe-deracy, withotut which a
.proud and gallant people should spurtn tire
. yoke of sucht a degrading utnion, even fur
a single day; antd that we deliberately re
ailirm the resolutioitaopted otn this sub
ject by thre tme hrobfed anrd illnsntiouts
Stare of Virginria-pled-ging ourselves in
the event of thre passage of this obnoxious
measure, to an etlicietnt co-operatin with
hrer antd thte othrer States w~ ho concur inr
the movemtent. *-itt the adtoptio'rn ut all
ha:ards, and to thre last extremity of' such
measures as will vindicate ourm.costitution -
Mtssrs tin CONFREr'tNeH cit THE
SOUTUseLt -QurtoN.-Thre Mississppi
papers'conutain a call for a Central State
Coevention w hich was to be held at Jarck sbt.
it is signed by the Govertnor. every Officer
of State. Col. J.,J. McRae. Gent. Wmt. R.
!,liles, and other-, inceludinig itn all sixty
ofE Mississip'sdistin~guished names -
Theo object of ibis grand demonstration is
to devise mneasures to present Mississippi
in a 'ecomtitng attitude upon the Slavery
question, atrd to protect her from Northr
artn aggr'ession, The meeting was to be
-held "to tihe cemire exclusiorn of parry dis
itij~tons and diireren~ces atrid of all allusion
- to any pat y tonpie whnatever."
Who doubts that the Soth witll form a sol
emn league and convenantt to protect her
own rights and honor ?-Columnbia Tele.
Qua FORWl-N RyELartoss.-The Wash
ingtotn correspotndeint of the Philadelpii
Ledger .says. - Senor Rosa the M 2exicant
miltister residetnt at Washitotro, .has
drawn up a solenirn protest' agaitrst --tho
conduct of the American goveranment, in
regard to the protocol .io the treaty of
-peace, and htanded a copy irf it to each
.f'oreign minister i-a Wasnington, wvith-the
request to have ite matter broughtt to the
cogniance of threir respective government,.
This same correspotdet adds.
*-"I shrould trot wvonder if ter. Clavroun,
harving ontce his hand in, ntero to'have
some hard words witir anothter minister
ofa foreign power. lie will soon realize
helb fact that the Secretaryshtip of State is
The New York correspondent of the i
Washiigton Union, gives a iief but
graphic bketch of the Anti-slavery Cun
vention. w hich will tie found annexed.I
'Absurd and ridiculous as appears this
sirange medley of fanaticism and folly, it
is the leaven which is leavening the entire
mass of Northern society, and judging
froin the progress of events during the past
few years, but a brief period will interrene
before the most crazy of these silly enibu.
siasts will be unilitinguislable froin the
great majority of the community of which
they are memsers. But a few years sitce
and the opinions now entertaiied and
avowed by Martin Van Buren and Wrm.
H. Seward, artd made the basis if political
action by a large and influential party.
would have been stigmnatized as fanatical
atid unconstitutional; and the supposition
that such men ms Filinore and Colliner
would hn've been elevtted to the high
places of Federal Governmem, and by the
aid of Southern votes, would have been
conosidered as perfectly 1-reposterous.
Bot to the cori:espundent's sketch of the
Abolition Convention :
"The most remarkable effort was that uf
a dirty little shrivelled up man, who, not
content with abtusiig the South, society,
and the Christian church, whacked away
with right hearty good will ipon tie prac
iices ofhis town companions, the Garrison.
ies. 'The audientce listened comlacently
enough to all this halderdash until he was
pretty well into this branch of his speech.
Then camte the hisees, with which they
occasionally vary their rice discus-sions.
At length a fat old laity, herself looking
out of the eyes as if just out of it luntic
asylum. waddled up to the foot or the
piltform, and pointing up it) the speaker.
prunotced, in a shrill voice, 'That mn's
crazy.' This set all the rest of the crazy
filks'in a ruar. Indeed, ruch a collection
of hedlatmaites I never before saw out of
-asylums. Wendell Phillips and Garrison
%Verb present. The latter is a very ordi
nary looking enthusiast, whose counte
nance and person are redolett with iie
canting expressiwn so common to those
who, in the North, live after this fashio;
on 'the gullibility or half crazed people.
Mr. Phillips is a tall, gentlemanly-looking
pers-m. with thin light hair and blue eves.
appirently some ihirty-seven or eight
ye-.-rs of age. lie has a finely decvelopcd
head, and an aristocratic turn of coutite
tance, i.l according with the ugly mugs of
the hich spirits and white sprinkled around
him. lie possesses. unloubtedly, otne of
the first minds in New Eigland. though
upou this subject the world has long since
pronoutnced him as deranged as his co-lat
borers, Abby Kelly and Lucretia Mutt.
IHis speech was a dignified argument
against slavery, sliditig rarely into the ex
travaances of in hich all said by the others
was nmade upn. He evidently appeared
ashnmed nf his comfpniny. The showing
of rhis society evinces that they are making
SPLNDID SERVICE OF PL.t.r DEStGN
ED FOIL TiE WIDoW OF COIL. DUCKINsox.
-The State of Southi Cairolinia havinti u
ordered thirough Messrs. J. E. Spear &
Co.. Jewelers of this city, a tea aid coifre
Edici.tof e ietee preieutail jo. - i
wilow of CoL Dkkinsuti - oken of its
higih estimatimn of the se . in Mexico
ofthat gallatit olficer, the -service has late
lv been completed in New York, and is
taus dem.scribaed tiy the Evening Post:
--The articles of which the servic'e is
composedl aire sevent in nuuamer. and the
principal otnes bear lhis inscription.
'-Thme Stuate of Situ th Carolina to Mrs.
Emmtia S. Icakiineon, ini token of its op
preciatin of the gallant services-nf Col. J.
1'. l)ickinson. of thle Palmetto Rteginmetnt.
whom fell at Churuhusco, Mexico, August
15t h, 18-7.'
Trhe execution of the service is tuncnm
monly beanutiful. On the snmoe side with
the intscripuino tappears thme Pahnsetto, wihh
its large tufts of fldiage; on the tither the
arms of the United States. Aliove amnd
elow are. roses atid wreaths of leaves,
gracefully arranged atnd most exquisitely
MaaDER.-WVe len that a most dia-.
holical amurder atnd rubbery wans commtiitted
in Anson couty, on the 7th' inast,, upon
the person of Mr. Ma1ny Bluchnan, a highly
respectaible citizen of that-county. Mr.
Buchananm was murdered ' and robbed
within a quarter of a mile of his residence.
by some villins who had built a birushm
fence across the road to secure their vic
tim. Mr. Buchtanarr's cries were- heard
by his wife antd overseer, but before they
couldl reach te spot, the villianms hnd ac
complished their ohj-ict anded. We un
derstandi there are suspicions connmecied
with this 'iloody deed too li rribhe to be
epreseed. A reward of 00O has been
offered for the discoveryof murderers.
SUProsun WVa.cx.-Parts nf a vessel.
with some barrels of rum, molasses. &c..
were cast otn shore at Padre Island,'near
Corpus Chtristi recently, and a bottle with'
a piece of paper itt it, w'as albo foufl , but
toil much obliterated to :iunderstood. A
piece uf board was als . icked,utp, con
taining somec writing, all that cooub, be
rtade out of wvhicht was "-Steamer Cale
donic, from New York to Chagres, filled
with passetngers, blown up, arid we cx
pect to perish. The writing was so ob
scure thant thetname of the vessel muay have
been mistaken, for there has certainly been
tne steamship ofthmat name'sailed front New
A slashing artiCle is in trhe fast Quarterly
Recew tupon. Mr. Macaulay's History, of
Englantd in which Mr.' Wilson Cronker
applies the to-nahawk andm scalping kntife
to hiis political opponent in no measured
terms. .This criticism may be fountded
in a vindictive wilth upotn the part-of-the
Rview er to paty otfan old grudge heowvedl
Mculay for cuttitng uip his lire of "Boa
weIl" ini the Edingburg,;:as far back as
831. The best proof of the. value, of
Macaulay's book is that a fourth edition 'is
already called for, and .Blackwood's Re
,iew of it is commaendatory in a high. de
gree, although the. y(ter ofthearticle it,
a Try-but one very quaihiied to write
such a critigque, being bimuself the author
o the History of Europe--AChmibald Ali.
REbP.t For PAREN'Ig -if childern
oald realizo but a siiali portion of the
mxiety their parents feelun their accounti.
hey would pay far greater respect to the
mrental wishes. A gmd chil. anl one
a wihom onutililenco caln lie pliced, is the
mie who does not to do inhiyng h
is paienis are absent, that ihe has reason
( believe they would disqapprove were
hey present. T'el good advice of parents
9 often so engraven on the heart of the
!iild hat safter ycars of care and toil do
sot elinco it; and in the hour of tempita
ion the thotght of a parent has been she
alvation of the child. though the parent
nay be sreping in ilie grave, nod the
mean mny roll between that sacred spot
nd the templed child. A small tokon
if parenial aifectioi, borne about the per
on, especially a parent's likeness would
'requenily prove a ailsinan for gocd; A
Polish prince was acctom11i11hOii ta Carry the
iiclure ofhis father always in his bosom and
in any particular occasion he nould look
ipupt it ani say:-"Let tie d tintitig
unbecoming so excellent a futher." Such
respect for t father or mo her, is one of
lie beat traits in ihe character of a son
)r a dauighier. "lonor thy "adier and
Ily mother, tat it my be wel wit I thee.
is the first commandment wilt promise."
aysihe saered Book, tnd happy is the chi!J
who acts accordingly.
97 It is iow ntiveriallycoic celed, that
Rieumaiism, Gout. Pain or' Weakness of te
Back, Siie, or Breast, can be ctred sooner by
he use caf the Jew Daid's, or Hdrcw Plaster,
than any other remedy ever known to 1111n.
We would advise our friends nid others,
who are Afflicted with this trnly painful malady,
to make immediate use of the Jew Davd's, or
Ilbrcw Plaster, as a simgle trial will place it
bleyond the reach of enmpeiition, and convince
the milt incredlous tif its supei ior nedien
virines. See advertiseotent in ntitier culittim.
For sale by JOHN D. CHASE, Apotheca.
ries Hill, Edgefield C. Hi. May 23,
Butler Lodge .r. 17.
X. ?, 0'. if.
(7' Regular meeting of tilis Lodge will
ite held on Monday evenmtg next at b
'cloivlc. ELBE R BLAND, See.
M1 ay 16 It 17
N Extra ineeting of Concordia Lodge No.
A 50, will be held at their Ilind on Satiur..
Jay the 2t0h inst. at 2 o'clock A. M. A pituc
tual attendanien of all the members is requested.
By o.ler of the W. M.
V. 11. ATKINSON. Sec'r..
May 23 It 1
We are authorized to annourice Capt.
D. L. SIA\W, as a catlidale for Major
to coinmand the 7th Blattalion S. C. m..
at tihe ensuing election.
(Q The friends uf Capt. W. 11. FEA.
GIN. annotunce him as a candidate for
Major of tile Lower Battaliou of the ilt
Reiment S. C. Malitia.
(X' We are nihorizil to ainounice
Cold. 0. TOWLE S, )!s a Candifidme foir
Clerk cif the Court of Cznumo Plas, at
Ihe. erLs;p gectinn.
Fie simeik of COLORE) MUSLINS
amd LAWNS. wairamed a.t colau.r,
'td wide) t2S ets. For sahl: hiv ...
R. -cAUssE & Co.'xeo She.:
May24, tt . --
-Corni for' Ma!c.
TI iE Subscriber offers for sale ati bis resi
idene~ 3 mitlec Nir th We-st of this Vdliage,
1.00 IJUSHE-LS-of CORN.
May 21849, if --1
A LL persons indlebted to the estate of'Ja
culb Pow, Deceased, wdil ph-~usi to call
imdt setti'immaseiately. andl those who atre cried
tos are reguested to make knoiwnt their claimts.
. . IL R_ . lSPANN, Adm'r.a
.A pothiecaries Hlail,
DRi 0.ORAU D'S Celebraled StaliataMed-.
ientted doutp for removing Pimples, Freek.
le-s, T.' andi Silhwntecs froom the ecomnplexioin.
Also Penuetratinzg Powdlers for uprooing hair.
For 1anie by .J. D. CUhASE, 31. D.
Ma y223tf 18
PR OS P E C T U S
O F TIE
T H E Undersigned propose pubhlishting in
tile Trown~ of Naewhierry, S. C.. a Week
ly Newspaper, bearinig the above title ;antd in
tius issnjig our Proispectuis toi the people of
Newberry District, we feel assured. fromt the
spirit of lier citizenls, Itat we wiil receive a sub
santiul support. We also feel that itey tire
aware of the tidvantages to he iderived frotm
ninaig a Newspaper pubtlishted int their uidit. '.
Relyinlg on the peoplle of Newberry, and: he
South genterally, for thteir patrotiage and saiei
port, our exertionis wilt Lie to make the Patlladi
mi iecuiiad to ino Hebdomal published in the
South. It will niso be iur endeavors tio ma~ke
itho L'ailadinmt a paper that will at iince supply
Lthe lindinlg'wanie of- the people-to ellect
which. mnither ex'pense a, iabor will be spau~red.
No ert on our liart w(ill be wantttigto keep
or retaders furniished svitht copions statisce of
the Trade and Resource's of~ the Sonth tind
West. and keep ther~m inflormied. as to the state
he inidustriad interests oif the comunmry genieral.
ly. The initerests of the South wyill ever hoe
strongly advocated throusgh our enltns, wIt
strontg adherenlce to all those Democratic
Principles which South Carolina hus ever so
Te Literature. Mercantile atnd Sciemtifie
[esotrces of Itelligenice, now aheady at our
:omland, are ftilly tequal to thosu etjtyed by
my weekly paper at the South, And otr- eni
eavors will ever be to retain arid atdd largehy
tithe same11. Whlite, therehire, we aippel to
ie South for the support of the Palladitgu, as
paper devoted to Sotherta interests, our con,
itaint im will be to merit that support.
The Paliadiium will be printed ot t sheet 22
sy 32 inches,- einbracing twenty fotur colamjnti4
if matter. anid wiU .be issued as soon tas a snil
:ienat number of subscribers are obtained to
vart time unadeataking." .
Tsnas.-ThtezPalladtm will be ptublisied
*eekly, at two~dollars per anntomt in_,Advanlce.
wo olltrs.$addify. cents if paid veithiin six
onths, andh~titin-dollars .nfter that'time antd
ithin the yei'and will -be conducted unlderi
hefirm-of Wad&~:& HOLLAKD.o.
-. H. D. WRAY.
14. L. HOLLAD..
Ii7 All letters-of btusiness will, for tho'pre
ens, be directed to Lfrazersville P. O., Abbe
bila rieicts., . C.r
G, L, PEN
W OULD inforin his custon
he has made arrnngeimej
Charleston and at the Not i
for Cash. so that customers may
nd jenuine Drugs, Medicins,
ceries, Confeceionary. and in fnct pretty its
eine nod Grocery Store, at the lowest nrarl
inspection of expeaienced Physicians. and n
Just received a fresh supply Quinine, Et
key Opium, Sal Soda. Lobclia, Eppings,
of the best known remedies for worms, an
departlnetnt-also, fresh RICE, RAISI
CANDIES, sc. -A
For sale on commttission 9,000 lbs. prime
May 16 1849
B V virtue tit' sundrey wrils of fieri facias
to ime dirertel., I shili procceil to
sell at Edyrfield Court [louse, on the first
.lotnday und Tuesday in June next, the
following ptroperty it 1h following case,
Charles J. Glover vs llezekial Harris;
Hl. & W. M. Hurt vs the Sane; Jaimes A.
Willintis vs the Same, one negro girl
Eliza, Terms Cash.
S. CHRISTIE. s. E. D.
Mai 19. 1849. 21c 18
DR~UGS &' MEDICINES.
T B[1E ttndersigned have asociated them
s:elves for time purpose of traisactinqg the
DRUG BUsINESS, and tke great piensttne
in annuttne ocinig to a lie Physicians and connini
ty at large. tihat they are now r.ceivintg anid
open;ing at their new ro-om. next door to
.lessrrs. Diantd & Butler. a large slock of Drugs
which have been carefutlly seh-cted by one of
the firm iii the Norther .Mmht k.:ts. Our stock
comprises every article usially kept in the
e can and will srell as low nas tie sane ar;
ticle cau be obtained in latiutrg or Aigu.ta
TrxnS-On ix Months time, ive per cent
discount fur Cush,
E. BLAND. M. D.
E. F. T AGUE, M. D.
A G. TE&AGLE, 31. D.
Edgefield C. 11. Mity 9, if 16
2nd REGa 11EN'T CAVA .ItY, S. U. M.
EDG EFIt.D C. H. April *1 Sdi 1W9.
T IE Squadrons of the 21 Reginient of
T Cavalry will Iainde na ibliows, viz:
'Tlhe Edgelield Sqiudrot will pitrade at
Edgefield Coart Houe ott Sittrday the 26ith of
3a , v text, and ite Abbeville Sqiadron at Ah
beville Court House on Saturday tl.e 1d of
Cotimmissionied and notn commissioned Ofl'a
cers will neet the days previous.
Cotitaindes of Sqinndronts are charged widb
tie extention of this Order to their respective
By order of THOS. W. LAN-IA1. Col.
2nd Re inet Cavahy.
JoHN F. TABYRT. Adjitatir.
O -r ThaAbbeville Danner will please copy
Mav 2, tf 15
TOYFTF.E-A) G1L.9 AC 1.1 ERS-.
A T -' t t'st meting of the ltouard of Com
n'inwotmers of Ft ie-Schl.'ols fr Edgeli'ld
District. it-wns ordered tlat Tenchers he rnti
tIed to receivet puy for oane .third-.class scholar
from each tiatmaly, taughat dluritig the preset
R. T. !uIIM, Clerk of Duiardf.
M ay 10, 17 17
Withi Hammnter in lbaud,
All Arts I dothi understand.
T UHE Soabsribier at the 'sign of the Goi
uden Shoe, has ometiedt ntear the S;.nama
[1 oe lih boismese of Black & Gunsmaithitng, itn
all ils buraebes. Int shoeittg htorses nad itt ,ll orlb-.
er work of his trait,, lie warranats to give full
Gunsmstithitng is done in atll cases fur cash.
May 9, tf 10
ALr, persons indebted to Whaihtrn R. H-lill
ADeceased. are htereby iiotitied to mk
pavament. aid all p.'erstons htavitng claimts agaitust
said Deceinsed will render ahdini in piroperhy at.
tested. Wdiit M. Ihil1 is nppointed aty Agett
dtrinag toy absence front thtn.,Distridt.
T. S. IJANIEL, Adtu'r.
April, 6. - af 15
R1 CA USSE & CO.'iipve removed to the
. * Store adjoi'uinig Mr. S. F. Goode's.
where they will bd hapqpy to *receive teir old.
gmustmtaers tad as mariy new~ otnes tas- may find
it to their nidvnnatagea in paying thte enash.
inig whticht will be sold at a sinaal) mqace at
R. C. & Co's, h~ Store.
NotiCe to jffridge iuilders.
TE HIE Commuiitsn. of Roads for the Up
let to the lowest bidder at Ciki . H. ont
the first hlondiay it June, the b gof at
Bridgle across Rocky Creek, ott a*I leading
from Edgefield C. H. to Cttmbrfl
GEO. A. A DDISON, Sec.
Moy16..* tf 17
O-~N theil2th inst, between Granitev'i~e and
- - the Pine House, a smtall black Maorocco
poeke( Mehnrandum. Book, contninitng in the
pocetsevralI bills and receits, aIm a.ante Dellar
thesaei.1b heib~erity rew od~ by leaving
itst this a tce.
May 16,. - - .t 17
Faw.B[3,E - - B0OKS anti
TESTAME - at calf andi gilt,
by CH ASE.
Manrchj.1# . 17
T .E1LV E odlifreo' likely. ,g Negroes.
stold faor no fault. A1aply tb'.lhe Editor of
k Generar Store.
cr: and the public generally, thnt "
us wilh expiericnced Ageaili in -
o purchase his supplius entirely
iely on being siuplihel with frebh
Perfunierg, Paints, Oils, Dye Sivti. bo
ch every article usually found in a bledi.
,ei prices, his Medicins wili be under the
D article will be oflered for sale hiat is not
glish Calomel, best Blue Pill Mass. Tur
iarsaparillu, Fuhnestocks Vcrmifuge, onie
I various articles in the Medicine al Drug
VS, ALMONDS, FIGS, PRUNES,
IACON & LARD.
N o t i cc.
T liE Dnard of Commissioners of the Poor,
will hind to service the following broys unid
girl, the boys until they arrive at the uge oh
twelty.ole years, and the girls until they
arrive at the age oreighteen years or marry viz:
Thomas Story, now seven years old.
Benj~imin Bushee, now six years old.
Wesky Piymail, now six years old.
Geiirge Former, now six years old.
Lucinda Story, now fourteen years old.
H ulda Stiy, unw six years old.
Rebecca P'lyimil, now fourteen years old.
St-rdelia 'lynuil, now nine years aold.
Leinora Finer, now line years told.
Edeith Dye, now fotirteen years old.
They are sound and hearty children, and the
Board of Coimmissiumers, desire to place thin
in charge of persims of good ebmracter, that
they may he renred in good morgls, nd inrlhis
tiions habits. Persons n ishin; to receive either
of them will apply at the next meetiig of the
Board, at the Poor llaiise of Edgefield District,
on Tauesahiy after the first Mainday ii July next.
April 11 cuv,.Pat 11
T II E Subscribeis respectfully infort their
frienJs and the Public generally, that
they have entered into a Copartnership, to car
ry on the Tyloring business, nuder the style of
Cor.cAN & MAY., and will do businless next
dour io S. F. Gooda. They intend keepimg a
gn1d Assortimlenlt of the best muterial in this
ile. und solicit from the Public, a share of
J. J. MIAYS.
The Smbscrilber takes this opportmity of re
turning his sincere ihainks to his friends for
their liberal p-itronuge, and solicits a continu.
anre of the same.
Jan. 17 1849 tf
T IE Siscriler is about to establish a
'Toa Yard in all its vat ions branches., In
the Tow orf lumbirg, tales pleasure in ifom.
tuiing his friends and former customers that tie
will ahvays feel happy in accommodating them
oni the mncst reasnigiable terms. with all. articles
in his lim of hilniliess, such n14 BOOTS,
s]IOES, 11:1fN-'ISS, WAGGVN GEARS
and LEA THER of every kind, at the stand
next dtor to J. J. Dryan'sm, and unearly opposite
31. L. GEA RTY.
N. B.-The most liberal prices will be given
for zood I' aw Ilides and Tal Biaik.
I.1imbuarg, Maly 9, if 16
DRUG AN) GENF.RAL
7M,'I E SnIAcriber informs his friinds and
I the pnblic. that as Agent for a few friends
who have eigig-ed him to do biniiiess fur them,
lie will keep' on hanid at ihie Post Ollice, a fill
suplay aat articles as above, which he will sell
ctap lfor casth.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Feb.7, if 3
7 lIE Subscriber intenuding to abandon ihe
truafic of Artdenit Spirims, tliiers for sale
hiis remnainitig Smnek, low for Cash.
Foturh P'roof Drandy. at S3,50, per galloin,
bladeiria WVine $l,87&, hhulltand Gin $'2,75
N E. linmi.75ucis., Best Reye Whiskey $yl
Rectified Whiskey OJdets., atl for Cash, and
that in no less quantities than three galloiis.
Ajiril 18 if 13
NOT 1'I CE.
illE nndersigiied as Assignee of Mfarens
...Upson, gives notice to all persons having1
claims against the said lilarcus Upson, and
who tire willing to take uner thte assignment,
to reiier in their ,:laiims by the sixth day ol
August next. All persons indebted to the siad
Miaruts Upson, ttre requested to miake inune
SAM UEL STEVENS, Assiginee.
Miarch 7 iS40, ____ *__l 7
Lands foru sale.
T TIE Sntbscribe'r otfers for sale a vainabl~
tract of land, lying seven ies WVest of
Edgefichd C. HI., on) the A bbeville Road, con.
tamning 45t0 aeres, d50 of which mre in woods.
The ciuliivated hands are well improved, alit
there is ai gonod Dwellinig honse, with all ne..
cessary out houses on the premises, in .goud
repair. Terms flhvorable for the pnrehiaser.
rri 1t, 3m1
Boarding for Young Ladies.
T H E Suibsciiber will accomnmodate 'witl
boarding, eight ot en Younig Ladies. l ii
ilase is rtomy anal lteasantly situated. ennve,
nient to the Pemtale Academies. Ptarenita nt
Guiardiens may be assured thiat every attention
tlncessary will be paid to Girls comm~uitted t
E DMUND PENN.
Mlay 2 . I f ' 15
Griswold's Colton Glis.
WE would respectfully say to those wish
Ving to procure NR W GINS of it snpe.
rior. qunhlty, that we shall keep constantly oi
hand a few of the above much .approved liun.
nthaciure, which are otied to tile i:,uhlid on the
very reasonable terna of the niaker.
GEfGER & KN[G HT,
Htamiburg ,A pril 11 2mn 13
CIRCUM STANCES regniring that thtie
siness of G. L & E. Peiin shohtld lhe set.
tIed tip withiout delay. Ntmice is hefe'iy given;
that all Notes and Accounits nut setled dutrtug
Court, will be given out to an' Ohlicei- for co
Feb. 281~84.' f 6
A'I'1) D I S T ORE ,
I .TRY CURED BACON
at 8cets Cash.
~IayLANDf & DUTi5
New %pring and Summer
Williain H. Crane.
AT HIS OLD STAND IN AUGUS TA.
H AS Just received a large and splendid
iassortneit of Spring and bummier
GoodA, among them are
Rich Chawdeon and Figured Silks,
New Sylhs Foulard Silks and TIssues,
Plain and Figured Satin Striped Bbidjeg,
Itich En'd Laie Veesites. (ne* stile,)
Muslin Alautillds anhd Lace Spent-e',
Black Lace Veils, (Eii'd with Ohite,)
French Orn-undes uiid Jaconets.
Plain and Fig ured Lawiis, (somse tety ebenpi
White Chinesu Grass Cloth, (new aricleb
flor Ladies Dresses.)
Small Spotted aid Figured Swioe Diese4
Plain Chanigeable and Plaid Lie#k Glihg.
White Jaconets and Swiss Muslins, (very
A h;:e assortment or Ginghains and Prints,
Parasio!a, Sunshades, Parasoletts and [mi..
Black aad Drab Qneeis CloIh, di Cdaij
Mohair Cord, Cauhnere Tweeds.
Linen Drillings, Striped and Plaid bliliihi,
Ladh.s. Mlieses alnd Youths Cotten Hose,
Linei Cambric Handkerchiefs, Silk Glooes;
The above together wlth hlmbsi 'esry de
scription of DRY GOODS, lie oll'erb for sale
on the lowest terms, and invites his friends and
all utlirs who want to pi:rcliase Goods low i*
call anl examithe hii assortment.
May 9. 1849, 3t 1
Terms of Boa-ding -&c. at th6
EDoEFt:ELD, C. H. S. C.
[inardin:g per month by the year, $12 50
Donarding and lodging per month by
t he year exc I.ie of lights, 15 00
Boarding and lodging per month by
the 11n1ih,1i1, 20 00
Boarding and lodging per week, 6 00
" " per day, 1 00
" " per meal, 5d
Boarding Hlorse per month by the yeat 10 00
"s day; 756
Transcient boardirg or by the month,
llegular Loarding payable-Quarterly.
Those who have written to know the pries
of hoarding will please to refer to the iboye ad
vcrtifenmaent. The proprietor of this eitibllbh -
ment expects to give and maintain for it a jhod
character; blit this we must leaye those to judge
w ho p tro lz it. e t o i N
A NiMble Thrip is bettei
than a SIow Dime.
I WILL retail DRUGS & M EDIClNES,
ILchieaper thai they are retailed elsewherej.
iii Edgefield, llamburg, dt Augusta, in #io'
or which, pleda lob < at my list tof pri'id, Alf
articlis is gdod ei the market af'ords.
Laudanum, Paregoric, and other Tincture.
at 64cts an ounce,
Opodeldec, Bateman's Drops, British Oil,
&c., 64ets a Batt!e,
Salts, Gjcts. a pound, Camphor, 6icts an os.
Aladder, best kind, and Sal Eratus, 12aenwt
Soda and Sedleitz Power, from 0 to l0tcW
Itat Poison and Mustard; 12.cts. a Buf1
Blacking, 6jest a Box,
Sarsaparilla fironi 50ca to $1 a botile;
Pres:on Smelling Salts, bomles re-filled,
Alcnhol, pure, it will all burn $1, per gidlloit,
30cts pei (iart.
Fourth 1roufBrandy-1814-$4,50 per gal.
$1. per bottle,
Port Wiine, th- bes, $4, per gallon, $1 per
Wines nnd Liqtmrah,, X eifgp soid
by the gulmi, or cask. Ire ser graming
tme time to order the Same fron New York.
JQUN 0, CHASE, M.D.
A pril 11, ii 12
State of South Carolin .
IN. T H E COMIMON PL EAS;
UJ.PBoil ware for
C. II. Goudm~an, ~,Declaratwon in Aitac&r
Charles' Hall. J A""ww N-'t
Richar d Coleman, )Declaratori in Attack.
vs in eat.
U yram Kay. ) Assumpsit..
HE lantiff's in these ca'ses haviag tied
the. liir decfdrations respectively in my
Oftee, and the Defendants having no wife or
attorney known to be wvithin this State, on
whlomi a copy of the declaration with a rule to
plead~ could be served. It is ordered, thati th,
said Defenidanmts do'severally plead to the de-~
clirations against difem respectively, withina
year amid a day fronm, jtidgmient-wihll e award'
*ed amgminst thiem.
TIJOS. 0G. BACON, Clerf..
Cleak's Office, 29th, Sept. 1848.
Oct 4' 4tq SY
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
iN T HE COMMON PLbES',
David Stahinaker, for '1 -~rj.i
J. 11. Ilughes, Dcardsi
as. ( Attackmant.
W~m. L. Cochran. J.
U4 HIE plaintiff in the above cass havi'i this
.Eday filed his declaration am m'y oflce,
and tbc dlefendant havitng neitheir *rife n* at
torne3. known to reside within the lifiniis of
this State, on whom a copy ofasaii deplmation,
with a rule to plead, can be'served, O'n inotion
of Mir. Wardlaw, Phintil's Attem'ey it is
ordered, that thme said doeadant; aipear anid
pluad to thme said declaratioin, within-ayeranmda
day, from the date heef, or judgmii ivh! be
awarded: agasist hini dSfault.
T H O G. .B AC09. Clerk.
Edgefield C. H. Clerk's Office;1ith Nov. 1848
.Novrember 8 ly 42.
SiTA OF SOU'i'N CA ROLINA..
David L. Curtis, frkczAl-hoZw
MinTiW l'IfTT. AT-TACIIMNT
J. & S. Bloncs, & Co'. Dtcr.AaA TZon
A. B, Church & Co. ATTAcMMENT
JaH E Plaintiffs ia the above stated cases,
Lha'ving this day filed their Declarations,
in my Office, and the Defendants having-.
neither wvif'maor A ttorney, known to reside:
twitFiiid the limits of thie State, on whom cop.
ies of said Declarations with rules to plead,
ca-n be served on motion of Ari. Gray, Attor
ney for Plaintiffs; 'ordered that said Defend,.
ants appear iad plead to said declarations-,
withmn a year and a day fronm the date hereof,
6r iud err~ent will bo given aginat; him. lay
.THOS. G. BACoN',. c. K, Di
Clerk's Office,, 27th Nov. 184S.
Nov. 29 .ly ' 45
*Baconi and Lard.
T. H F, Subiscriber htns-on liandasbotut 2,000'
61... choice BA CON, which lie offers at
8Se?. cash-, the log round.
Xlso, a fine tLor of EARD'at 10cts cash..