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SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN
"LEARN ''o*IM \vITHOUT C6RES."
Senator Butler. in his Edgefield speech,
-stated a lem, which appears to have created
surprise-hat a Southern Newspaper can
scarcely be found In a reading room In
Washington city. The editor of that ex
cellent paper, the Norh Carolina Argus,
in commenting upon this subject, speaks
with great truthfulness as follows:
Southern papers themselves are much
to blame for this state of things. Have
they not in fact set lthe example which the
reading rooms in Washington have fol
lowed ? Who could learn from our South
ern prints generally, that papers are actual
ly published anywhere except on the
Notthern side of Mason and Dickson's
Line Do ther not fill their columns with
the premiutn prospectuses. and drain their
ink-horrs in writing lauditory paragraphs
on the contedts of those very papers, in
stead ofexerting their talents to build up
the press of their own section of country ?
I seems to us that this is so; and we have
often deprecated the prartice."
The Argus is right. Wh'en we see in
papers in South Catolina leolumns occu
pied with the praspectUses of Northern
papers and periodicals, we lament their
degenera' of tate, where there are just as
good p lications scattere4 all around
them at home. A large portion of the
immense value of Northern news estab
lishiments has been created by Southern
patronage ; when we have yet to learn (of
the first publisher South of Mlason and
Dixon's line who has made a forttne at
the business. The Argus winds up with
the following sound advice:
"We must depend twore upon ourselves
at the south-not only in respedt to news
papers, but in respect to every thing else.
'Learn to swim without corks,' was the
first sentence that arrested oar attention in
Jacob's Reader, when we commenced the
study of Latin ; and it has been present to
our inid ever since. Let the South do
this. Let it dispense with the corks, gourds
and wooden nutmegs of the North, and
depend more upon its own energies, and
it will ride upon the waves more like 'a
thing of life' than it has ever done. This
is the sort of 'non-intercourse' that we
inculcate. We want to see our enterprise
stiiulated, our own industry encouraged,
our own mechanics rewarded. and then
the cry of injustice, of opprespion, of abo
lition, of disunion, will to longer poison
the gale or stun the public ear. \Ve desire
not to be cut oft from the NorthS but we
desire to equal it, and even surpass it, in
the race of improvetment; and this we tan
only do "by swimming with corks!"
THE OVERFLoW.-The water, wea-e
sorry to say. is still gaining ground, not
withstanding the vigorous efforis that are
being made to construct outlets for it
through the Metairie Bridge. Apart from
the melancholy reflections caused by the
disastrous stat; of affairs, many parts of
the ir.undated districts present'gay scenes.
ffhe reat of the upper part of the Se
Municipailit the appearance is that
V gularle and .aligsorts of-water
dii'beseen: Sailin parties are
- b atv-lave
d is cover
eetsa in fact, the
ortini of it zilssde of the Half.
Y acHouse to a navigable depth, atd
~een can either rtde or sail down.
h~-~1le rare at the toll-gate on boats had not
yek been regulated. but we expect~to see
i posted up all rights in a few days.
Nearly thi whbole space back of Rampart
ut., between ite New Canal anid the Canal
Carondelet, is also overflowed, and persons
fotid of piscatory sports can, in many
parts of this district, set in their own door.
and catch fish.
WVe strolled down yesterday afternoon
along the Canal Carondelet, and were
mtuch atnused and interested in contem
plating the scene. The levee on the north
side of the canal is the boundary of the
overflow, preventing~ the lower part of the
First M~unticipality from being inundated
From Derhigny-street on the other side,
(south.) one vast sheet of water is persent,
ed to the view, and all the streets being
covered, and some of t hem to the depth of
one or t wo reet. The roads on the north
side of the canal presented to the eyu of
the distant spectator the appearance of a
moving panorama. Vehicles of every
description were to be seen, besidesathrongs
of equestriatns, and the bank of the canal
was crowded with ladies and gentleman
drawn thither by curiosity to witness the
scene of inundation.
How long this state of affairs will last,
it is impossible at the present to say, but
we trust that the efforts being made will
at least check the progress of the flood.
N. 0. Picayune, May 18th.
U1~FoRTUNATE AIFAIR.-4'rom ap
vate letter received in this city yesterday
by a highly respectable gentlemat.i, e
learn the particulars of a most melancholy
occurence. such as we have not heard of
for many a day In Pennsylvania. From
the letter it appears tha'.. a man of the
name of Patrick Malone, together with his
wife, and child, left a place called Kersey,
in Elk county. Pa., on Saturday last, with
a horse attd some fixings, having to pass
through a detnse wilderness to reach a
place called Hi~ckory, in Clearfield county.
rThe body of the matn was found the next
day a little from the road aide with the
arms folded across the breast, and the
wife's cloak with some other of her wear
ing apparel, carefully laid over him. On
the day. following, te body of the wife
was found dead and her little claild two
years old nearly dead, four aliles from the
place where was discovered the remains
of the deceased husband and father. The
poor womant had dred with the child in
her arms. It would seem from appear
ances that she had remained with her hus
band antil after his death. The horse had
travelled on to the first clearing, whtere his
appearance, saddled and bridled, and wit h
out an owner, excited attention, and led to
the discovery. The wife is a niece of a res
pectable citizens of Pittsburg-Pittsburg
CHOLE RA-An important Fact.-They
have arrested the Cholera in Louisville,
Ky.. by the use of the ahove! and chloride
NoRTtFRn DREAD OF SOUTHERN CoX
PETiTION.-The fears indicated in the
following comments of the New-York Dly
Goods Reporter..(a-journal devoted to antI
supported by Northern Merchants antil
Manufacturers.) shows the impression pro
puced at the North by the industrial efforts
of the South.
The papjer uses 'the 'following language:
"W-e are gratified to witness the im
provements that are constantly making itt
manufacturing at the North, b't are folly
persuaded that in oi-dei to avail themselves
of the present suspicious time, It is nedes
sary that many, very many reductions
should be made in their establishments,
and the number of spindles increased. The
South is making rapid headway in man.
ufaciuring, and, according to present ap-'
peararices, it will not be a long time before
another large market will be cut of from
the Eastern manufacturer. Already are
goods offered /or sale in our market which
were made in States that ten years since
had scarcely a spinning wheel. much less a
power loom factory tiin their borders."
He then, after quoting the testimony of
the Telegraph as to the fitness of Slave
labor fbr Factories, and the success of that
experiment, goes on to say :
-Here, thenlis to be a class of operatives
situated it the middle of the cotton field.
in competition with whom the Northern
laborer will stand a sorry chance, while
the giant resources of the West are thun
dering in our ears, each telling us in lan
guage too plain to be misunderstood, that
some means must he devised by which the
cost of production at the North may be
Here, then. is an admission of the effects
to be prcluced by perseveriug in the path
so well opened, and ;so eneraetically pur
sued of late.-Columbia Telegraph.
EXPORTATION OF DoMRsTrCs.-The
hew Graniteville Manufacturing Company
shipped on board the barque Carolian
which vessel sailed from this port on Tues
clay last, for New-York-one hundred and
seventy-six packages ofshirtings and sheet
ings. made at their Factory. We are
piensed to see a portion of ouf staple sent
abroad in a nianufactured state, instead of
the raw material being shipped, as for.
merly. to the North, to be retuined to ts
in cloth, with all the expenses of freight,
cotmissions, insurance, drayage, and the
many otber charges that accumulate, as
all who have the handling of it in such
case must of course have their compensa
tion for doing the business.
A few years more, and the enterprize
of the South will develope her ability to
manufacture and supply others instead
of depending on them for supplies. Men
of capital-and there is o actual want of
it among our citizens-wiMoon find man
uracturing to be a profitable investment,
the raw material being at their very doors,
and interest will induce them to engage in
the business.-Charieston Courier.
Father Mathew writes, now, to Ex-May
or Brady, of New York, that he has en
gaged passage in the packet ship A!hhur
ton, and will leave Liverpool for New
York on the 21st May. His letter is in
reply to the invitation of the N. York au
thorities, and says:
"I am deeply gratified, and feel justly
proud of your approbation of ny labors
in the great and sacred cause of tempet
nnce. As I am now, thank God, perfectly
restored to health, I feel that I can not
make better use of his own preciotus gift,
than of fulfilling my long cherished in
sention of visiting the highmiuded people
CUREt FOR TNlE STING OF A BE.-Our
countryafrientds who have bees and child
ren, will do well to remember the following
simple remedy for the sting of a bee:
"Take a small piece of''common intdigo
blue, moisten it with wator, and rub it
with the finger to a soft paste. This ap
plied to the wound affords. almost instan
aneous relief. It is equally effective for
the sting of the bumble-bee."
The grand 'jury at Boston on Monda',
returned otne hundred and six indictments
-a number there unparalleled.
Now is the time to purify the blood of mor
bid humors, and prepare the systemb~y appro
priate renmedies, to wvithtstand the debilitating
efects of the approiachinag warm weather.
RISLEY'S SARSAPARILLA is one of the
best alteratives that can be used, and as an
invigorater and pturifyer of the BLOOD, it
Compare thte directions and observe that
Risley's Sarsapam illa is FOUR TIM ES T HE
STRENGTH of any other, int Large Bottles.
Sold In Augusta, by HAVst.AND, RISrLzY,
& Co., and in Charleston by IAVIL.AND, H Aa
ALr, & Co., Importers and Wholesale dealers
in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, &c. Also, sold
in this place by . G. L. PENN,
Frice One Dollar. AGENT-.
May 30. 2m .19
11T It is now universally conceeded, that
Rheumatism, Gout, Pain or Weakness of the
Back, Side, or Breast, can be cured sooner by
the use of the Jewo David's, or Hebrewo Plaster,
than any other remedy ever known to man.
We would advise our efricnds and others,
who are afflicted with this truly painful malady,
to make immediate use of the Jewo David's, or
Hebrewo Plaster, as a single trial will place it
beyond the reach of conmpeiition, and convmnee
the most incredulIons of its superior medical
virtues. See advertisement in another coltumn.
For sale by JOHN D. CH ASE, Apotheca.
ries Hall, Edgefield C. H. May 23,
ERner Lodge Nlo. NT.
(Q' Regular meeting of this Lodge will
e held on Monday evening nest at 8
o'clock. ELBERT BLAND, Sec.
May 30 it 19
We are authorirzed to announce Capt.
D. L. SHA W, as a cendidate for Major
of the Lower Bauttion of the 7th Regi,.
ment S. C. M., at he ensuing election.
(O' The friends of Capt. W. I-. FEIA
GIN, announce him as a candidate for
Major of the Lower Battalion of the 7th
Regient.. C.r Mantia.
DRUGS & -
W OLELSLE AND T
A RE constantly receiving
ditlon to their large at
AMERICAN, FRENCH &
DRUGS and MEDICINES
pure and of approved man:
' They offer also, PAINTS,
GLASSWARE,, BAR SOA
CY NOTE PAPER, LEI
OPES for sane, INK of all<
and HAIR BRUSHES. SURGICAL 1N
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising a
The attention of Physicians and Planter
supplies can be furnished at A UGUSTA
discount for cash. and in buch quantitiCS aS
The importance of these advantages mv
Mar ket, incuring breakage and delay cid
PLANTERS will do well to call and see
Edgefield C. H. S. C. May 30th 1849.
DR. V G. BIRD, respectfidly ofilers his
pressional services to the Ciizens of
Edgefield and is vicinity. .
Office opposite Compty's Hntel.
May 9, if 16
AVING met with great sucess through
N.E all parts of South Carolina, he Patent
is now offered for sale, parsons desirous of pur.
chasing the Right for this District, can do so
by calling on D. H. Strobel, Agent, at the
May 30 1849. tr 19
POSITLTVELY THE LAST CALL.
LL persons indebted to the late firm of
A DUNBAR & BURNSIDE, either by
note or open account, are requested to call
and make payment on or before the 1st day of
August next; after that period they will find all
claims due us, in the hands of proper officers
for collection, without discrimination.
DUNBAR & BURNSIDE.
Hamburg, May 22, 6t 19
F ROM the subscriber (n the 14th inst. a
Sorrel Mat e. about nedinm size, short
and well made, some white in the face, tail has
been cut off and suffered to grow out since,
and has a aiall black spot on the left haunch.
She had on a common curb bridle and a Ladies
saddle. It is likely she made her way towards
Newbarry or Greenville C. H. Any person
having taken up such stray animal and vill let
me know by mail or otherwise, where to send,
or wilideliver her to me at this place, shall be
JAMES M. WILLIAMS.
Aiken S. C. May 30th 1849 1 * 19
State of South Carolina.
% slyi. Inns ohin.t Dill for Disrore
Wyatt Homes, John Jones, $ an Igi"of
Daniel Prescott, Lewis Hal. a
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Edward
I B. Halloway and Thomas 0, Halloway,
two of the defendants in this case, reside from
and beyond the linits of this State. On mo
tiot of Mr. Yancey, Plaintiffs Solicitor. It is
ordered that the said Defendants do appear
and answer plead or demnr to the complainants
said bill of complaint, within three months from
the puablication hereof, or the said bill will be
takern pro .confc.so. against them.
8. S. TOM PKINS. c. . a. n
Commuissioner's Office, May 24th 1849.
May 30, 3mi 19
State of South Carolina.
-EDG EFIELD DIST RICT.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Walker & Bradford, Declaration
vs. :' n
R. S. Roberts. JAttachnrcit.
Walker & Bradford, Delarations
R. S. Roberts. Attadcet.
T H E Plaintifis in the above cases havin
this day filed their Declarations in mn)
Office and the Defandant having neither wife
nor ittorney, known to reside within thme limits
of tltis State, on whom a copy of said Declara
tions with a rule to plead can be served ; on
motion of Mr. Magrath, Attorney for Plain
tiffs, ordered that stid Defejndant appear anrd
plead to sai'd Declarations within a year and a
day from thtedate hereol, or itt defarilt thereof,
judgewnent will be rendered against him.
T. G. BA CON, c. E. a.
Clerk's Office. May 22d 1849.
May 30. 1849, ly 19
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN EQUIT Y.
BY JOHN KILL, Esq., Ordinary o1
Whereas Benij. F. Strom and Samuel
C. Strom, hath applied to me for letters
of adiniitration, on all and singular the
goods and chattles, rights and credits oh
Hezekiah Strom, late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
iah all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to he and appeam
before rme, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Disttict, to be holden at Edge.
field Court Hlonse on the 11th day oh
June next, to show cause, if arty, why
the said administration should not be
Given tunder my hand and seai, this 25th
day of May in the year of our Lord
one thousand' eight hundred and forty
nine, and in the seventy-third yoar of
.JOHN H IL L, 0. E. D.
May 30 1849, 2t .19
A LL persons indlebted to the estate of Ja
cob f'ow, Deceased, will please to call
and settle immiediately. and those who are cred
itors are requested to mrake known their claims.
H. R. SPANN, Adin'r.
May 23, 8t 18
JUST RECEIVED AT
D R. GOURA.UD'S Celebrated, Italian led.
icated Soap for removing Pimples, Freck
le, Tan arid Sallowness from thie compleition.
Also Penetrating Powders for nprootinug hair.
For sate by *J. D. C HA SE, M. D.
TEAGUE & CO.
TILY W URUQi1STS
new and fresh slipplies in ad
d well selected. STOCK of
-all of which alre warranted
Facture, imported lnder the
OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
P. FANCY SOAP, -FAN
'TER PAPER, E-NVEL- .
olours, PAINT. VARNISH,
STRUMENTS, FANCY and MISCEL
full assortment of all articles in their Ime.
is ,ca led to ihe important fact. that their
PRICES, on six months time, five per cent
may be desired.
ust be obvious to those trading it a reinrite
niII to transportation. PHYSICIANS and
T HE Undersigned propose puilishing in
the Town or Newberry, S. C., a Week
ly Newspaper, bearing the above title; and in
thus issiig our Prospectns to the people of
Newberry Disitict, we feel assured; from the
spirit of her citizens, that we will receive-a sub.
stantial support. We also feel tbtu they are
aware of the advantages to he derived front
having a Newspaper published in their midst.
Relying on the people of Newberry, and the
South generally, for their patronage and sup
port, our exertions will he to make the Palladi
ain second to nto Hebdomadal published in the
South. It will also be our endeavors to make
the Palladium a paper that will ait once supply
the Reading wants of the people-to effee
which, neither expense or labor will be spared.
No effort on our part will be wanting to keep
our readers fo-nished with copious statistics of
the Trade and Resources of the Son Ih and
West. and keep them informed as to the state
lhe industrial interests of the country general
ly. The interests of the South will ever he
strongly advodated throagh our ciumns, wi:li
a strong adherence to all those Democratic
Principles which South Carolina has ever so
The Literature, Mercantile and Scientific
Resources of intelligence, now aheady at our
comiaand, are fully equal to those enjoyed by
any weekly paper at the South, and our en
deavors will ever be to retain and add largely
to the same. While, therefore, we appeal, to
the South for the support of the Palladinm, as
a paper devoted to Southern interests, our con
stant ain will be to merit that support.
The Palladium will be printed onr a sheet 22
by 32 inches, embracing twenty four columns
of matter, and will be issued as soon as a suffi
cient number of subscribers are obtained to
warrant the undeataking.
TaRats.-The Palladium will be published
weekly, at two dollars per annom, in advance.
two dollars and fifty cents if paid within iix
moinths, and three dollars aifter that time aid
within the year, and will be conducted tinder
the firm of WRAY & HOI.AND.
H. D. WRAY.
H. L. HOLLAND.
07 All letters of business will. for the pre
Pent, he directed to frazersville P. 0., Abbe
ville District, S. C.
DRUGS 4& MEDICINES.
T HE ni deigned have associated.'tem
selve sblthe pi rpose of transacting the
DRUG BUSINESS, and take great pleasure
in announcing th the Physicians and commui
ty a large, that they atre now receiviig aid
openinig at their new room, next door to
Messrs. Bland & -Butler, a large stock of Drugs
which have been carefully selected by one of
the firm in the Northern Markets.. Our stock
comrtprises every article usually -kept in the
We can and will sell as low as the same are
ticle can be obtainaed ins Hamburg or Augusta
Tr~nais-On six Months time, five per cent
discount for Cash.
E. BLAND, M. D.
E. F. TEAGUE, M. D.
A. G. TEAU E, tM. D.
Edgefield C. H. May 9, if 16
TO FREE SCHOOL TEACHERS.
A T the last meetinag oif the Board of Com-.
missioners of Free Schools for Edgefielil
District, it was ordered that Teachers lhe cnti
tIed to receive pay for one third-class schtolar
from each family, taught during the present
qure. R. T. MIMS, Clerk of Board.
M ay 1 tf 17
A LL persons indebted to Whitman R. Hill
Deceased, are hereby notified to make
payment. and all persons having eaims against
said Deceased will render them hr properly at
tested. W~nn M. H ill is appointed mny Agett
during my absence from tha District.
T. S. D ANIEL,4idm'r.
April 6, tf 15
With Hammer in hand,
All Arts I doth understand.
TH E Subscriber at the sign of' the Gol
all its branches. In shoeig horses arnd in all oth-,.
er work of his trasle, lhe warrants to give full
Gunsmithiing is done in all cases for cash.
May9, if 16
COLORED MUTSLINS & LAWNS,
W AR RANTED last colors, (yard wide)
12j ets. Jnsst received at
K. CAUSSE & CO. Newo Slert.
iay 24, tr 18
Bacon and Lard.
T 1H F. Subscriber has on hand about 2.000
ltm#. choice BA CON, which lie offers at
8cts. cash, the hog rtoand.
Also, a fine Lot sf LARD at 10cts cash.
Aprif 18 tf , 13
Corn for Sales
T H E Subscriber offers for sale at his resi
,de'nce 3'miles North West of this Village,
1,000 BUSHELS of CORN.
May 231849, trf 18
Drug, Medicine, 4
GP L; PEN
W OULD informi his custon
he has made irrangeme
Charleston and fit ihe North,
for Cash, so that customers may
and jentline Drugs, Mediciis,
ceries, Confectionary. and in fact pretty mt,
cine and Grocery Store, at the lowest thar
inspection'of experienced Physicians, and i
Just received a fresh supply Quinine, B
key Opium, Sal Soda. Lobcfia, Eppinp,
or the best known remedies for wo'rnis, am
department-also, fresh RICE, RAISi
CANDIES, tre. A
For sale on commission 9j000 lbs. (>rimie
May 10 1849
'Terms of Boarding &c. at the
EDGEFIELD, C. H. S. C.
Boarding per month by the year, $12 50
Boarding and lodging per mouth by
the year exclusive of lights, 15 00
Boarding and lodging per month by
the months, 20 00
Boarding and lodging per week, 6 00
per-day, 1 00
"" per meal, 50C
Boarding Horse per month by the year 10 00
" " " day, 75c
Transcient honrding or by the month,
Regular Loarding payable-Quarterly.
Those who have written to knowthe prices
of boarding will please tn refer to the aboye nd.
vcrtisement. The proprietnt of this establish
nient expects to give and insntain for it a good
character; but this we muat leaYe those to judge
who patronize it.
May 2, t, 15
Economy is Wealth!
T HE Subseriber most iespecfully informt
his friends and the public generally, that
he has located himself at Edgefield C. House,
(next door to Mr. Refo's Tin Shop and op..
posite the 4pann Hotel,) for the purpose df
carry on the
Cabnet Making 4- Repairing Business,
in all of its various branches. He feels coi
fident in giviug entire satisfaction to thosi
who tiay favor him with a call.
N. B.-FUNERALS furnished at the short
eat notice and on accommodating terms.
Mlarch 2d, 1849 3m 10
T-HE Subscriber intending toi abandon the
trafic of Ardent Spirits, ofliers for sale
Iis remaining Stock, low for Cash.
Fourth Proof Brandy,'at $3,50, per gallon.
Madeiria Wine $1,87j. iolland Gin V2,75,
N E. Rum, 75cts., Best l1ye Whiskey $1,
Rectified Whiskey 624cts., all for Cash, and
that in no less quantities than three gallons.
April 18 tf 13
T HE tndersigned as Assignee of Marens
1Upson, gives not' e to all persons having
claims against the saiffMarcus Upson,, and
who are willing to take under the assignment,
to render in. their Jaims bv the sixth day of
August next, All persons indebted to the said
Maucus Upsbn, are requested to make itinie.
diate payment. .
SAMtJEL STE VEN.SAsignee,.
March 7 1849, in* 7
Lands for Sale.
T HE Suhsbiiber otTers for sale a valiible
tract of.litld, lying seiren -- iles West or
Edgefield C. 1H., on the A bbeville Road, cott.
tainitng 450 acres, 250 of' which are tn woods.
Th'e cultivated Inhds are well iiinpfoved, diud
the.re is at good dwelling house, wtdh dll ne.
cessary ont hanuses oii the premises. itt ood
repair. Terfins fatoi-able fur the purelhase .
pri 11, 3m i1
Boarding for Young Ladies.
TlHE Stubsetiber wilY accommodate with
Iboarding, eight or ten Young Ladies. His
House ts roomy and pleasantly situated, conve
nientt to the Female Acadetmiesi. Parenits and
Guardiniis, iinay lie assured that every attention
neccssary will be paid to Girls comhbiitted to
Griswold's Cotton Gins.
W E would respectfnlly say io those ivisli.
ing to proenire NEW GINS of a snpe
riur quahty, that we shall keep constantly on
hand a few of the above mutch approved Ma.n.
itfacture, which nreffermed to the public on tihe
very reasotntb'le termus of the maker.
, GEGER & KNIGHFT;
Unauibmre ,A prill11 2m 13
R CAUSSE & CO. have removed to the
. Store adjoining Mr. S. F. Goode's.
where they will be happy to receive their old
etnstotmers and as many new ones as may find
it to their advantage in paying the cah.
N. B.-Jst received a lot of Stunmme'Cloth-1
ing which will be sold at a small adynnce at |
R. C. & Co's Cash Store.
April25. ,tf 14
Notice to Bridge. Builders.
THE Commisstoners of Roads for the Up
Iper Battalioni of the 7th Regimest, will
let to thme lowest bidder at Edgefield C. H1. on
the first Monday in June, the builditng of d
Bridge across Rocky Creek, on the road leading
from Edgefield C. H. to Cambridge.
GEO. A. ADDISON, Sea'.
May16, tf 17
fIRCUM STANCES reg'tniriig that the hit.
siness of G. L & E. Penn should be set,
tIed imp without delay. Notice is hereby given,
that all Notes and Accounts tiot settled ditring
Court, will be givetn out to an Officer for col
. . -E. PENN, Agent.
Feb.28 1849. tf 6
A ND' IN ST OR E,
-5OOOLBS. CHOICE COUN
TRY CURED BACON,
at 8 cetnts Cash.
BLAND & BUTLERl.
May '2, if 15
AFew BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS and
TESTAMENTS, botrnd in calf and gilt,
by . 16J. 1y. CHASE.
T WELVE or fifteen likely young Negroes.
sold for no fault. Apply to thme Editor of
& General Stores
N--9 A fit,
!eri and the pubjit: geherially thidt
nai with experienced Age .a6 iin
to purchase his supplie entirely
aely dn being s'apph'ed ih fresh
Perfumzery, Paints, O1A, Dye Slu, Gr:
ich every article usually fou'nd ill a Media.
kat prices. hii ledicins will lie unde'.tbe
b article % ill be oered fur sale thlt is not
igtish Cdoniel. best tiue PRl ra66. Tur.
Sarsaparill, Fahnestocks Vermiiyae, Oate
I various articles in the Medicine and Drug
NS, ALMONDS, FIGS, PRUNEB;
New Spin-g and Sinnine'
William H:, Crnud. .
AT HIS OLb STAN6 IN AUGUS'A.
AS Just received a large and splendid
assortHleit of Spring it'nd ei'ilej
Goods, amiotg therirn e...
Rich haamdeon and Figaired Silki'
New Siyles Foala'rd tilks aad i4ss'a,
Pltain aid Figired Satin Striped D'eragei;
Rich Emtab'd Lace Vessites, (new stiles,)
MaNslin Mantillas aid Lace 8penners,
Black Labe Veils,'(Emnl'd *ithI yiltc,)
French Organdes and Jaconet;
Plain and Figured Lawiii, (sonpe'very clre'e
White Chinese Grasa Cloth, (new articled
for LAdies Dresses.)
Snall Spotted and Finred SwiN D-rees.
Plain Changeable and Plaild Linen Ging'
White Jaconets and Swiss Muslins, (Vetj
A large assnrtment6f Ginghams and Printi,
Parasols, SUenslade-, Parasolets Aid Umi.
Black and Drab Queens Cloth,for Coli,
Mohair Cird, Cashier'e Trweads,
Linen Drillings, $rriped and liaid Drillings,
Lndits, lisses and Youths Cotton Hosef
Linen Cambric i-ayrdkerchiues, 8ilk Gloves,
The above toiethei wltfi almost 'every'de.
icirption of DRY GOODS, he offers for sale
on the lowest termi, and inviitei h'im frienAd a'nd
all othlers who want to p'archase Good - -lw'to
tall and ekamine his assortabeift. -
May 9, 1849, . 3 16
A Nimble Tiarip is better
than nSow Dimne
I WILL rqeail DRUGS .4 1lP,,DICINF
cheaper than they are retailed eigeQhere,
in Edgefield, Ilamburg, 4r Augusta. an proof
of whic, pfease lo6, at my list ofprices. All
articles as good es the market affords.
Laudann, Paregaric, a:nd 'thel Tinuies
at 6jcts an ounce,
Opodeldec, Bateman' Drogs, Britisi b11,
&c 64cas a Bottle, *
Stilts, 64cts. a diA d, 'Canhdr, jct'sa 'iz.
bladder, best kind, and Sil Eratus, 12fcents
Silla and gedleiti Powers, rom 20 ioi0cti.
at Poison and M'stard, 121cts. a Boti;
1lacking, 6jcst a Bp;,
ariaparila fronm 50cts to a bottl
Prestn Smelling Salts, bottles re-flleJ1.
Alcohol. pure, it will all burn $1, per gall'n,
30cts pet jirt.
Fourth Prof Bi-andyl' 1814-;4,5d
$1, pe'r.bottle, .
Port Wine, r46 est, $4, per gah6
Wine:a and Lignors; 6 any desn.
by tfie gaillon, <rr ca.4k. Pothasear'ga
tue time to order the same from New Yo .
.pi .i 30OHN P.CH ASE; M.
T HE Board "f Commnissioners of tuie Podr,
Twill bind to service the follo'wiig boys ahd
girls, the boys until thaey ai-rivd it the . of
twenty-one years, aand tlhs girs. aaill alfey
ar~ive at the age orighteena jeard or ar~ 'ig
Tlfdaas Story, taoiv se'ren 3'ears .ld;
Jlenjuaanin Busbee, now six years old'.
Wesley Plymnail, now six years old;
George tort ner, nlow sax years old.
Laucinada Stoff, now fourteehi yedr, li
H ulda Story, now siit yats olid.
Rebecca Ply artili, airow fourteenl year dlid:
Saurdelia Plyaaail, now nine years ol'd.
IJenora Foirtne~r, nowv nine greard ofd.
FEdeith Dye, now fourteeal years d.
They arc souhd find iseirt childrett, eridl i
Board of Commaissionej, desire to 'laece thaern
int charge of persons or good. characte~r, the~
they may h>e reared ma good morals, and indus~.
tiius habi(s. Persoins wishinal to receive eitliei
of them will apply at thte next deeting 6f tii#
Bohrd, at the Poor H onse of Edgefreld Dietfiet;
on Tuesday after the first Monday in Jdly nexd.
A pril 11 eow~m ]
State of South Carblina;
IN TH E (OMMON .PLE AS:
I.Boutlware for I ~ A~
C. H. Goodr:an Dedaatte hAte
ve; . ient.,
Charles Hall, J Assumpsit.
Richard Coleman, Deaarat ion in Adail'
Hram Kay. Aisumpuit:
71H E Plnaiffs an these cas'es havihg iiied
Athteir declaarationi respectively iht ii '
Otlice, and thte Defendants haavin- no wife or
attorney know~n to be Giihiii (Kif bia; jSii
whom a copy of the declrrration with, a rule to
plead, could be served. It is ordered, tiat file
said Defendaniai do sverally plead to thus dea
Elaraition's aigainsut them respectively, ialtin d
year and a dayv from, jridgmedt: will b'e dterd.'
ed asgainst thema.
THOS. G. BACON, GIerk.
Cleci<'s Office, 29th, Sept. I848.
Oct 4 4tq 3y
T IlE .Sutbscriber is ab'ont tu estlish a
Tan Yard itn tall its various branches, a
the Town of [Humabai-g, takes pleaiure in inafot,
mning hais friends and foitnei censtomaers at las
wulr altadys feel hap itt accommodating thenr
on the mcst reasonxable terms, with all article.
int has line qf businaess, such as BOOTS.
SHOES, ILdRNESS, IPAGGON GE ARS
and L EA TJHER of, every kind, at the stand'
next do~or to 3. 3. Bryaun's, and nearly opposite
3f. L. GEA.RTY.
N. B.-The most liberal prices will be gives
for uood Raw H ides and Tan B~aaki.
H amburg, May 9,, :1B 1
DRUG AND GENF.'RAL
T1 lIE Subsc~.ibe i-nformes his finsad
1.the publie,.thtas-*Aent for'a few friends
who htave engaged lhim to do buisiriess for them.
he will keep ona hand at the Pbst Office, a ftull
suaptpy of articles as above, which lie will selb
chteap ror cash.
pa ,G. L. PENN, Agent.