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From the Lincolnton (N. C.) Courier.
CHIVALRY AND FANATICISM.'
The Rutherford Banner, feeling, o
doubt, thejustice of the rebuke we admiii
istered to deride the chivalrv of South
Carolina, mkes an awkward effort in its
last number to escape from the position
into whicb it had so foolisrly gone. It
says now, that it only meant to ridicule
zhe "fanaticism" of South Carolina. Un
fortutately for the Banner, the record- is
ayainst it; the numberof that paper of the
23-1 May has been putlished, and in it
stands the article alluded to, in all its
imbecility. "What is writ, it writ."
But what does the Banner tmean by the
"fanaticism" of South Carolina? Do the
'editors nean to describe it when thev
prttte about the course thht South Caroli
na is pursuing, as tbeing "dangerous to the
tJUion and the best interests of mankind,"
and w.ben they describe the end of thai
course as being "the dissolution of our
Union, the conszequent overthrow of our
hatintal g-eatness, and the- destruction of
our liberties and dearest privileges ? "
''hese are truly words of awful import,
and well calculated to frighten nervous
'bld ladies and pale livered gentlemen; but
fortunately for the country, the facts they
are intended to represent, exist no where,
except in the distempered brains of the
Editorsof theBanner. South Carolina
is not "rushing madly on"-she is not aim
ing at "a dissolution of tite Union." She
sees danger menacitig her institutions anod
her-liberty; and her sons, in tlie true spirit
of freemen, are sending lorth the voice of
renionstrance and warning. Wrat is she
doing more than Georgia, Alabaina, and
Mississippi ? See the m'ovements of their
people in their primary assenblies. And
vhat is she doing more than Virginia is
doing ? See the b6ld and patriotic re
solves that passed the Legislature of the
latter, with sich singular unaninity. In
degl, South Carolina (as she herself de.
clares) is onlyfollowing the lead o[ Vir
ginia. Hear her in the fllowing resolution,
adopted in her meeting .of delegates at
Columbia on the 15th hlay last :
"5. ResoLved, That we do concur in
and adopt the resolutions which have twice
been confirmed by the Legislature of Vir
ginia, as-containing the.clearest exposition
of the rights and duties of the several
States, feeling and believing that she will
e be firm and resolute in maintaining what
she has announced with so much wisdom
and deliberation ; and that the liberties,
honor and interests of the slave-holding
tates will be safe under her lead."
And the Banner calls these movements
Fy.'t people ot South Carolina "fanati.
tism" We can tell the editors of that
Pape. 5,.fanaticism that pervades
ad he that attempts to
rse vituperatiou or
ag stock" of
y whot are
t s furthet to
ean ostenitations pa
de ~e Ur.ion. WVe, too,
-2ovet Ua 'i'>he glories of the past,
hipItt o pes of the future, mtake us cling
o jtwith liond affection ; but our love is
-ot that sickly sentiment that would lead
us to bow in abject submission to every
hpecies of oppression. South Carolina,
too, we havre no doubt, would expend thte
last cent of her Treasure, and pour out the
last drop of her btood, in' defence of the
Union; but that Uniotn mrust continue to be,
what it was intetnded to be, a Union of
LiBERiTY, Er(UALtTY t! FBarsastry.
Without these elementts, it eaonut last.
FREE IILACK.-Frederick Dotalass, a
-negro man, who addressed a latte ati..
Alavery meeting in New York, draws the
followitng picture of the condition~ of the
bilacks, which clearly shows thtat their
freedom in the Northern States is but no
minal, antd a httmhtg:
"We are. says Douglass, not-mniya pro
icribed people-a despised-a contemned
people-ant insulted people-but an out
. raged people-weighed down tunder greater
oppression that anty other people.-E very
where we are treated as a degraded peo
ple. If we go to the church wve are des
pised there. and made to take ani obiscure
place, though t he preacher talks of all men
being made of one blood. In the State,
tve are taxed equally with all other men ;
ice pay for the education of thte wvhites,
btit regarded so meau and degarded, that
by State enacttmetnt we are not trusted
even to carry a mail bag twenty yards
across the street, or even to life it oilf from
the top of a stage coach. An ignorant
irishman, however, but just come to this
country. and totally unacquainted with
.our institutions, is the moment he ands ott
our shores, thought fit to be entrusted with
the mail bags. WVe are never tried by our
peers, but by our enemies. On steam-,
boats, in hotels, or in the streets, we are
- alaways remuiinded that wve are a degraded
people. Our childern are driven away
from the schools which we pay to support.
We are compelled to be, by potent cir
cumstances, hewers of wood and drawers
of water-every where outraged, ill-treated,
Trhat is a picture of the state of free
blacks in the North. drawtn by a runaway
slaves. It is slavery in fact without the
advantages of vlavery-wvithout the con,
sideratin, without the kindness, without
sympathy, without thte absence of care,
without the aid in sicknzess, trouble and old
age which slaves itt the South receive.
From the Cnrrespondence of the Mecrcuzry.
WASutNGsos, June 5,3849.
" Col. A. H-. Bullitt, of Louisiana, ,and
,Tohn 0. Sargent, have arrived in this city,
and the arrangements of the "Republic"
are nowv completed. It will appear on
the 20th of this month, and will give a
powerful support to the Administration
agaiust the daily onslaughts of the Union
under the new firm ofRitchie and Burk.
The appointment of J. H-. Lathrop n;
Navy Agent, at the Navy Yard in this
city. occasioned no little surprise aend iii.
dignation among the Whii.s - of the Dis
trict, when it was announced, that Lathrop
was not a citizen of the District, uor had
his name any prominence in the list of
applicants for the post. I learn to day,
however, that the Vice President Mr.
Filmuie, who arrived here on Saturday.
(and rumor had it in no very pleasant
mood with the Administration for some
New-York appointments.) was a personal
friend of Lathrop, ie havitig been Col.
lector of Dufalo, Now York. during the
Aditr.inistration of Mr. Tyler. and that'Mr.
Fihnore made a persounl solicitation in
behalf of Lathrosp, tid hence the appoint
ment. The Whigs of the District, think,
however, that as under a latedecision of
Alr.'sleredith, they are to be refused em
ploytnent as Clerks, on account of their
locality. that, at least, in recard to local
offices here, their wishes should be - cou
stited to sotne extent.
An investigation into !he personnel of
the varipus departments, their qualifica
tions, and how. far they have received up.
poititments for political services. and have
been partisans since in office. is now about
to be made. andtl a re-organizatioa umy be
looked fur before a great while.
BEM's IIcioRY Iv THiE ROTHEN
THURM PAss.--Thcre is no direct and
positive intelligence f.-om Bem's army
concerningtthe defeat of 30,000 Russians
on the frontier. We find, however, in our
conti nential exchanges, the sano story
from s miany fourees that there is good
ground for receiting if asathentic. The
account states that the Rubians were met
by the Magyars at all points of the Car
pathians, from the Jablinska Pass, be
tweena Cracow and Olhnutz, to the Pass
of Rothenthurm, on the eastern border of
Transylvania. Their defeat at Rothen
thurin is admitted by all athorities, but it I
is stated that the Juhlinska Pass was
finally forced by the Russians.
The Cologne Gazette says it has received
intelligence fiom Vienna, though it can
iot place implicit reliance on it; that Ben
had surprised a Russina force of 30,000
men, and disarmed hen: also that many t
of the Russian ollicers had joined the ranks I
of Bern. The Hungarians captured 60 c
guns and a great quantity of ammunition
and forage. Bema's head quaiters are
also said to be at 3likios-a small town
in the country of the Szeklers, on the fron
ties of Moldavia. The disarmed Russians
ore said to have been driven acros' the
frontier. The Kozlong. a Ilungarianjour- I
nal at Pestlh, contains the same account t
and adds th-ttS.0U0 Russiatis were killed.
-N. Y. Tribune. A
HENRY CLAY-REQUEST TO RQIGN.
At a neeting of the citizens of Trimble
county, Ky , held on the 29th ultino, at c
the Court House, in the town or Bedford, t
without any distinction of party, the fol. J
lowing resolutions, offered byJobn Robert, I,
esq. a Whig. were adopted:
Be it further Resolved, That the doe-;
trines published to the world by the H-on.
Henry Clay. in relation to emnrtncipation,
are calctlated, if carried out. not only to
violate the contstitutttonal rights of' thisdi
Commonwealth, but greatly to itnjutre the:
the condition of the sltaves, by corruptitng -
Be it futher Resoired, A s the sense of '
this maeetmnt, that the opfiions~i of ~ihe said
hienry (;lay. nowv made mtanuifest, tipon the
subject of abolititn or etmancipation, that
he is no lontger deemed a fit instrumteunt to If
carry uot the wishes a::d defend the rights:
oif the goodl peole of this Gommnontweultlt
in the Seniate of the Untited States, and
sherefore, as the first act ofJ~he next Legis
lature of' Ketiucky, hte, te saidl henry
Clay, should lhe' formally regnested to
resigna his seat in the Senate of' the United
To THE EDITORs AND PUBLISHERs OF
M. Vattremaro wishes to place in the
"Americatn Library," which is now beinga
farmed itn the City llall, at Paris
A cOLLEC rION OF A31ERtCAN NEwsPAPERS,
Presented to the City of Paris, by the
Journalists oif the Uunited States.
July 4, 1849.
Hie wiill thantk all editors anad puiblishers]
to senid to she "Boston Daily Bee" (the
editor of which has undertakena to fo'rm the
'ollection) a copy of their paper publishied
on the 4th of July. .18-1, nith a copy of
each semti-wcekly andu weekly which they
may issue durting the first we ek in July
Papers publish~ed in oilier Atterican Na
tions, anad olhi or rare newspapers; will
also be thanfttlly received. Ackntowledlge
meats wvill be mad~e through the Bee of' all
ANCIENT MUsiCAL INsTRIUMtET.-The
Egyptian flute was only a cow's horn.
witht only three or four holes itn it; and
their harp or lyre, had onaly three strings.
The Jewish trumrpets, that tmade tho walls,
of Jericho fall diiwn, were only ram's
horns, the psalter'y was a stmall triiingtilar
harp or lyre, with wire strings, and was
struck with a~n irotn needle stiek; their sac
but t esetneled the ::agg used at Malta in
the present dlay, a species of banpipe; the
timbref was a tamiborino, atnd the duleimx
er a horizontal harp with wire strings,
and struck with a stick fike the psahtery
such as are seen about thme streets of Lon.
don in the present day. .imagine the
discord produced by 200.000 of such in.
struments while playing at the dedication
of Solomonsemie,2-Scientific .-rncrican.
THE M-EMPHn9 CoNV'ENTioN.-In con..
seqencte of the prevalensee of cholera on
the Western rivers; the Cor~venmiont adver
tised to he held on the 4th of July at
Memphis, to promote the construction of n
rail road from that city to the Pacific, has
been postponed by the Committee of Ar
rangemnents, to 15th of October. This is
a judicious chanige, and we doubt not will
increaure she attendance.-SMercury.
Mrs. Partington says a great many more
die now of "suggestion" of the brain than
there used to whzen she was a "gal,"
Giive ev nn his own.
Oal the 14th inst. by tie Rev. D. D. Mrn
son, Col. JOHN GA.4a's to Mrs. Mrra.D? Au
DassO. all of thi< Distric t.
A tine slice of tie Bridal Cake received.
DInD at his residenee, Beach Islanad, S. C
on the 2tlh ultino, in the 60th year of his age
TI'e subject of this notice was by birth i
Virgiian, in early life he removed to Nortd
Carolina, wrti thence, shortly after to Anguista
Ga. Here ie cngaged iin imercniotile business
but, in a few yeats, havinag forned a matrimo
nial coniettion in the nei-hhorhood of his latt
residence, he there settled and spent the resi,
due of his lifo. This inarriige was of shor
Coinitiniuaice. Within not many motniths of in
ti'rmaation he was called to part with his be,
loved companion, and to commit her sacrec
dust tio the keeping of the grave. Eminently
domestic in his diaposit ion and habits, the lIne.
ly condition in which he wits left vis too onter
Mnis inl paitn idl long to be endured. A secind
mnatriionial allrmicii was now formed iwith
aye. with whon he spent one half of his earth
ly pilgrimne, atid who still lives to cherish hi
iinairy, and to. mourn over the rupture of i
tie which has been the source of so maty hap.
py hours. and of so i:.y.. earthly enjoyments
He inherited from the land of hisbirth those
many noble and endearing qualities of Lemper
and of heart which distignish 11er stIns He
wvas courteous in his mntuners, hosp itableiin his
lisposition, dad generous even to his owit in
iry. Aloved by powerful sympathies the em!
*arrastmets of others awaikened.his deepest
leelings, and his hand and his purse were equal
y open tao aid- and hefriend- thetm. Conla he
tVe been actnated by a mere selislh regard to
lir own interests, lie would have been spared
natny of the cares ar] anxieties which were
!xperienced. Bit such a course was ote too
amtiipletely opposed ta all the promptings of
as ::onerous nature to be pnrsued.
The illness which preceded his death was
ong continued. an d htis sutferings ofteti intense
y paintit. Du rin the lest Artitmin lie receiv,
da severe irl, froni which lie never entirely
ecovered; there werie. indeed, saone serlsons
if relaxation, awikeing rite warmest hopes of
is lamily and frietids, but a speedy relapse
on dashed those hopes, anid alarmed their
ears. It was noruntil more thatn seve:a tnntths
!f greater or less sulifring had clapsed, that lie
The subject of this memoir wa. for many
,ears a memper of the Baptist Chtuch ; bit
letails respecting his christian experience, it is
tot in the powerof the writer t% furnish; his
mowledge in this respect does not pass beyond
ie last lew montlis of his carthly existence.
)tring this period circuiimtaices made it his
ity to be oifen at his bedside. It was his de
ightful privilege during this tine tat di ect his
ttention to tie blessed invitations of God's
vord, to lead his devotio:is, to suggest to him
hat course of meditation and of self-examim
ion which his state seeted to reqtire, and to
iring before his mind those gracicons promises
vlhich are the desigtned sipiporters of the af.
licted child of Gol. It is his grateful confli
lence that the All Wise laid hi traside during
naty a weary month of silfering iii order to
irepare him for the change which lie was sonr
a) experience. Those who waited rip.rn him
luring his lonaig prontracted illhess can firid ta
ear testimiony to the patience, gerntleiass and
esignation which lie ever m aifested. Ilis
artest confessionS-his affe-ctiomite apprecia
ion of the piotatises, his willinneaisto-surren
er all into the hands of a leIithRfil arid coveifett
ceping God, seemed to inspire the pleasiig
ope that lie was under the rod, sweetly ripen
d fisr the preseneo of his God and hits Judge
The deitesed was elected biy his fellniw cii-.
ens in 16-10 to represent thetu in the Legisla.
ire, where lie disi.laarged hi. purblic duties
rith that irarked fidelity that distiguished him
n private life.
Th'iere are sorme coincidaences connected with
ber. perirad ol his decease, so rearkatihe irs to
tutitle themr tat a notice itt this r ecoard. The
av' of his deathi was the attiversarv tof his se
ai matrri:iga'. Jaist tirty yours befoare he hr:id
riteredl itto that relntion whlichi wais to termai
atro onlyh withr ,is l ,. T1he dla of Iris bauriurl
vas tire sixtre Ith anmversiry oaf rthe day of his
irth , jutst dlnrtha thea period of his seconid
lie has left ai idaow anm iattnr chlildrena to Ia
necit the hiss ouf art affectionamte huasbtaad an rd a
lee ply atrtched pairentt. Thai~t thorte ni lai htave
teen tns deelyI s~raiteni miay hearth oii c iae of
It' rodl andu of h'mn what appoaniintethi it, is thre
irrnet pr'yer of tine witer.
Now is thre timec to purify the bloocd of mor
rid immriers, rind prepaare tire systerm by appro
ri~rate remtedies, to withastanad thre debilitaitiiig
'ifects of the aipproachinirg warmn weather
IISLEY'S SARSAPARtILLA is one oaf the
rest alteratives tihat can lie usced, nad as ain
nivigotrater tand piirifyer of the DLJO D, it
titids utnrivalled !
Comaparea the directions and obhserve that
R~isey's Sarsapatilla is FOUR~l TI.MES T H E
STRENGTH- ofany other. itt Larige Brattles.
Sold int Auguasta, by hlAvn~Aatt, Rtmr.ev,
t. Co., arid in Chiarlestaon bty iHav'cnt, fll'n
w.L. & Co., Imprters rind Wholesale deatlers
ni Drugs, Aledicines, Paints. &c. Also, stold
n tIs place hby G. L. PENN,
Price One Dollar. AGEN'r.
51ay 30, 2m .- 19
l[TJ It is now iuniversally conceededl, that
thaenatistm, Gott Paini or W1eakntess of the
Back, Side, or Breast,.,can be enred sorter lay
he ruse of thre Jew Darid's, or Iiebrew Plasler,
hran airy othrer remtedy ever known to miian.
WVe woulih advise onr friends tand others,
who tare tafilicajed with this truly paintftil mialady,
o make imtmediate use of thre Jew Davad's, or
lrbrew Plaster, as a smigle trial will place it
ieyond the reach of comapeiition, and convmiee
he most iancredumlaons of its snrition rimedical
!irtues. See advertiseiment in another cohtann.
For saae by JOH N t). CH ASE, Apothieca,
ies Hall, Edgefield C. H. May 23,
Buller Lodge Nlo. 17.
*:. @, @. if.
(Oi Regular mneetitng of this Lodge will
e held on M1nuday evening next at 8
'clock, ELISERT BLAND, Sec.
June20 Ii 20
-R. G. G. BIR D, respectfully offers Iris
Pproufessinal sirvices to (lie Citizens of
deefael anid its iinity'.
Office opaposite Compty'su Hotel.
M niy 9, I f 16
DR. E. F. TEAGUJE
RESPECTI'UJLLY tffers his professionial
serv aces in rte practice of Merdicine. Scur
crerj, andl Obitriis, to thie Citizens nf Eale
ield Village arnd vicinity. Office in the Drug
tore 'of Drs. Bland. Teague & Co.
lM.,., tI 16
IEdg~eiel .nle Academy,
r . flEexercises of this INSTITUTION,
will be resumed on Monday the 23rd
Tricims Or TtrrION.' from s to $9. per qar
ter of I I week!. payable ,it advanace.
June 20, 1849 2 22
rMHE .Subscriber wiAing to leave this
pX -fla'tC, oflers for sale his 1 onse and Lot
sianted in Poiersville. Also 135 acres of land
six miles fron EdgefiPld Court House. lying
oil the Alheville roaId-also a first rate Cow
and Calf, with other propery tint mentioned.
Jtune 20. tf 22
N invoice or Gents Black Silk HaI.ts of
the latest fashion.- which will ber sold low
at RA CAUSSE & CO'S.
Cheap Cash Store.
June 20. - if 23
7th REGIIENT, S. C. M.
MILLvILLe, 20th June, 1849.
L JEUT. COL. *MILLS having resigned.
Maj. W. L..Cor.as., has been promn.
tel to the rank' of Liett. Colonlel, and will
be obeyed and respected teccordingly.
Bv.orler of .. Col. G. 1). 1131S.
S. 13. GRIFFy, Adjt.
June 20, . It 22
7tll REGDIENT, S. C. al.
.tLv:JLE , June 20th 18-19.
T HE Fpppr 1D ttalion or this Regiment.
will alipetir at the Pine Hose ont S;attr
day the 7th or rilly next, lor Drill and Review.
Officers and nin-conmtissioned Offirers. (m-l.
cludling Stafl.) oat the day previous fur Drill
Te Lower Battalion will appear at the
Cherokee Ponds in Siattrdaty the 14la July
next.'Ifur Drill and Review.
Olliceis and non-ethnmissinned Ollicers (in.
dlaadintg StnfF. on tle- day previous for Drill
Lient. Col.'Coleana and Catif. Shaw, coin.
nanding Lower Battalion, are charged with
the extension of this Oer to their respective
comtaands. By order of
Col. G. D. MIMS.
S. -B. GaRIrrt, Adij't.
June20, 3t 22
-f Ther11amburg Repttblican will copy
State ' Sout h Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
- D. J. Ryan,
Ads. Ca. Sa.
Richard Fowkce, S
J. RYAN, who has been arrested by
and in now in the cnsiady of the Sher.
if' of Edgefield District, by virtue of a Writ of
Capias ad Satisfaciendam, at the snit of Iticl.
ard Fowke, having filed his petition with a
schea ule on oath f his whole estate and efTeec
for the parpose or obtaining the benefits or te
General Assembly or this State, comnionly
call'h the insolvent Debtors Act-4. Oat totlion
or .r. Atkinson, Attorney for Defendanrt,gub
lie notice is hereby given, tat the petition of
the said B. J. Rynn, will be heard and con
sidered in the Court of Common Pleas, fr
Ea;:efield District. nt Ealgefield Court Hotse
on the first day of October tex. or on such
ther daysasihe Court ny order during tle
tertn. contieggin-g ont the first ilonday an Octo
her text; anddall the creditors of the sai B. J.
lvan. are hereby samentl'ed eitlher personally
nr' by Attorney. hien and there itt said Court,
to show catse ifaaav they cal, why the bentefits
oaf the Acts aforesaid, shaould a.'at be graante'd tao
thte sraidl 1. J. Ry.aa, anad hae be dischanrged fraoma
confmema'aent. utpoat his exect'ng thae assignts
mneat rcqutired by said Acts.
TI. G. B1ACON, c. E. D.
Clerk's Oflice. Junae 16, 1849,
~' at e 20 3m 22
STATEl OF SOUTH CA ROLINA'
EDIGI-Fl ELD) DISTRiCT.
B Y virtue tar saudry writs of fieri facias
tat mer directed, anda' by the written
-atnentt oh all parties conceraned, I will pro
ca'ed tat sell in thae '1aTvwn ad' L'aambtrg, ott
Tuesaday tho 24th oaf Jutly next, te f'l
hawing property in the falloawinag cases, viz:
The Bank. sa 11ambuaarg, South Catrolinaa
vs Thomtfas Kertnghan, one ntecro mraan
Beno, atnd three tttitmproaved Lots in the
'Town of H-amblurg, knownv as Lots Nat.
59, 90, ,andc 91, on Tillbnun and ?le.chantic
Streets, tadjoining a lot belonging to John
Th'Ie Batnk of [Hamrburg, Sotath Carnlina
vs TIhomaaas KerntaghantataX andW . Ga;rret t,
a tract of Itl aa iiting 117 acres. known
as the resideuce of thte defendant Thomas
Kernna'han, adljoianing ltands of .XIrs. Car
ter, II. L. Jl'ers, atnda otherts ;thte Brick
Store H ouse anal Lot in Hl tabrg; occu
pied tat presenat lay Chtarles Ha;mtnoand, on
Centre Street, Nat. 108, having fifty feet
fronmt, runnintig back 200 feet; Lait Nao. 107,
najining ate lasi maentioneda Lot on Cetre'a
Street, 50. feet froant anda runtitag baack 200
feet ; also, the Waure H-ouse lot, int rear oaf
the t wo lost niamedi Liats, fronting on N~e
chtanic anad Tillman Street, haavinag 100
eet tat Cobba Street; the Lt now occu pied
by Jellers & Catahran~ tan the cornter of
Cobba Street. having fifty feet front on
Centre Street, runnaing back 300) feet.
Also. the fllowing ntegroes, viz: L'atsey,
andt her twit chtildreni, Jane ad H-arriett,
Sally andl her six children, Lytdia, Robert,
Jentny, FanaomRose, and N~aria, Huarriet,
Bob, tand Istac.
S. C HRIST1E,s a, . D.
Jtune 201849 5t 22
A LOT of PINE APPlLES, BANANAS,
OILANGEiS anad LEMJONS,
by ~ J. D. CH ASE.
Jtune 13 tf 21
Spun Yarn, Feathers and Flour.
99 Banchaes Spaun YA RN,
250 lbsr. New FE-A TH- ERS,
20 lihls. snperfinoe FLOU1t,
Jusbt received anad for sale by
G. I,. PENN, Agent?.
Jn ne 13. tf . 21
COLORED MUSLINS & LAWNS,
WX ARRlANTED fast colors, (yard wide')
.12[cts. Jtust received at
R. CAUSSE & CO. Newo Storc.
May24, .' .tf 1$
W~e are authprized to annouance Capt.
bJ. L. SIlAW4 as a candidate for Major
of the Lower hBealion of the '7th Regi
ment S. C. M'., at alhe ensuing election.
(GPThe friendsofCapat. WV. 1-. FEA.
GIN, annotnnaaee him air a candidate for
Major of the Lower Battalion of the 7th
Reitnent S. C. Mlahitin.
Just Received at
Ate Reduced Prices.
JAYNES' American Hair Dye.
" Tonic Vermnifuge,
ayleys American ".
Thonp.,ons Celebrated Eye Water.
raylor's Balsam of Liverwort,
IRisley's Compound Extract or Buch,
-- 44 Syrup of P'mk Root,
" Tooth-tache Killer,
Gelatine Capsules of Copniva.
fr Cubebs and Copaiva,
From 10 to 37j cents per Box.
Stimulative Adhasive Salve,
Ureen Adhesive Plaster,
For Pains, Wounds. Corns &e.
Scarpa's Compound Acoustic Oil.
Strengthetning Pisters-from 121 to 50 cents.
Peter's Pills, Lee's Windham Pills nid othei
Medicaments, too tumerous to mention.
by J. D. CH A8E, Al. D.
June 13 tr
T HE Copartnerslip heretosfre existing
between the sisbscribers under the firsi
of KENRICIC & THAYER. was dissolved
Ist. inst. by mnitnal consent. The naine tif the
firi will be used by either partner in ligmfrdition,
1-. A. KENRICK,
H. B. THAYER.
June 6 18.19, 4t 20
T HE nndersigned having pnrchased the
. interest of H. B. THAYER, in the late
firm of KENRICK & THAYER, will con
tinue the bsiness at the old stand on his own
account. adsi respectfully solicitu the patroogr.
of the late firn.
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamnbutg. June 6 1849, tf 20
T HE Subscnber offer for sale her HoUSE
and LOT about .j of a mile from Edge
field C. H. lying on the road leading from
Edgefield C. H. to Colombia, and -containoing
roir acres; also all that tract of land contain
ina- 1200 acres, sitaate about three miles fromn
Edgetield Village. For terins apply to the sub
P.. I. BLALOCK.
June G 1949 7m 20
T HE undersigned as Assignee of Marens
U Upsoni, gives notice to all persons having
claims against the said larcus Upson. anod
who are willing to take umter the assignment,
to render in their dains by .the sixth day of
Assgnst next. All persons indebted to the said
Mascuss Upson, are requested to make imne
SAMUEL STEVENS, Assignee.
March 7 1849, 5m1' 7
CIRCUM STANCES requiring that the hu
Ssines of G. L & F. Pennt should be set,
tIed asp without delay. Notice is hereby given,
ihat all Notes and Accoiints not settled durina
Court, wilPbu given out to an Olficerfor col.
E. PENN, Agent.
Feb. 28 1849. tf 6
Bacon & Lard.
C IOICE Lot of Coustrv HAMS for sale
at the: Sibs ibers residewnce; also a choice
lot of Leal LA R D.
J. H. HOLLINGSWORTH.
June 6- St 20
A LI persons indebted. to Whitman R. Hill
Deceased, are hsereby notified to ma~ke
paymnet. anad all persons hsavinsg claimis against
said D~ecensed will render thsem itn psrperly at.
tested. Wtlliams M. IH ill is appointed umy Agent
(luring moy albsence from the District..
T. S. D ANIEL, Adma'r.
A pril 43. tf 15
T H E Subiscriber intenssog ito abandon ths
ttfafc of Arudet Spirits, othiers for sale
htis remoninsing Stock, low for Cash.
Foturth Proof Brandy. at $3.50, per gallon.
Masdeiria WVine $l,84. H oallanil Gist $2.75,
N E. Roan. 75cts., Blest Rye Whliskey $1.
Rectified Whsiskey ficts., all for Cash, and
that its no less quantities thsan thsree gallotns.
April 18 tf 13
BrIoughti to ihe Jail
O F this Distriet. a negro man who says his
namtie is JOH N. and that lse belongs to a
Mr. Robert Rasdfsrd, whto, he says, lives ina
Tiwiegs County Georgia, ahoust two and a hall
mile.s from Jeffersonville, Georgia. Said fellr w
is abouit live feet, nsine insches hIigh, and a litle
bsowleged-hie is betweentthirty and thirty-flve
y'ears of age and dark compsllected. Said fellow
hass several scars san htis forhead, one of them~
immsaediately over Isis left eye-he has six scars
ons his breast atnd atlso several on his .s ts.
Thte owner is requtested to cosne forwvard,
prove prosperty, pay chtarges anda take him
away, or he will be dealt with tas thte law directs.
A.iH. BURT, J. E. D.
Jtnne 13, tf 21
Lairds for sle.
T HIE Susbscriber otfers for sale a Valnable
trnset sof land, lying seven miles West of
Edlgefiehal C. H., on the Abbeville Road, cost
siiing 451) aacres, .250 of whlichs are in wvoods.
The cusltivatedl lands are well improved, and
there is a good Dwellinsg house, ilh all tne..
cessary outi honses on the premises. inf good
repair. Tertms favorable foar ite pssrs'hnser'.
pri 11, 3m1s
DRUG AND GENF.RAL
T3 HIE Suibscriber informs Isis frienads and
.thep public, tht as Agent'for a few friends
wvho Iave engaged him to do buasinsess for thems.
lie wHil keiep ona hand at the Post Oflic~e, a fuill
supplyl oft articles as above, which lhe will sell
cheap for cash.
.G. L. PENN, Agent.
Feb.7, if .3
39 BA RRLLS STONE LIME, int line
rot sale by .H. A. KENRIICK.
H ansbusrg. June 9, 1849, 3t 2E
00 O LBS. Choice Conntre. BA
7 CONi SIDES, HAMiS, &
SHloOL2 ERS. For sale lsaw for cash, by
H. A. K ENRICK.
Hamburg. June 9, 1849. 6t 21
5,00 LFor se by..AFA
H1. A. IRENRI'CK.
H iambirg, Juine 9. 1849. 4t 21
TWELVE or fifleen likely yorang Negroes
I.sold for no fault. Apply to the Editor of
Prize Temperatice Stoi-y, No*
Ready-Price 25 Cents.
Or Pamernal Example 1
By Mns. C. W. DE dSoN. .. --
T HIS is oe of tfie most tonchinj.,dein.q4aw
tions of tie subtle and sure working .f
wine, drinking upon liinlgyebar'cter, and sap
piness which has yet been tasiedfrom the ress.
Gertrude Ruwel is a pmrfodnda'id seatching
appeal tu all the better. seriibilities; of our na
ture. IL is too ephetiieral, catctm-enIy perrorr
imance. and wilI bp read with pleasure. and
profit by eyery one capnblu of apsp cia.tirog
home joys or of mourning over tfie in .ence
which blight and blast them..
Gerirnde Rissel was originally 'publihe'd iiif
The New YorkOirgaii, and costthe publisheri
of that paper. $100. Ifis now.ready in a beas
tifil bouk of 64 large ctavo pages well priutei
on fine paper. and illustrated by .
Twelve Original Engravings.
The circulation of this great btory spust df
much good. Price 25 cents-or five copies for
$1 Orlers Dout paid', eicial ig the C i;
nmay oc uuumsndu to
OLIVER * BROTHER,..
American Temperance R
New York City, June 13 J 8419, 2( . 21.
*" Editors giving this advertisemev antire'
two conspiclomns i nsertions, shall be eti'llld to
six copies of the work.
Economy is Wealtk
'T HE Subsciibr most respec'fully infors
his friends and the public general 'yq that
ie has 1ocated himselfatEdgelieldC. use',
(next door to Mr. Refo's,Tin Sbp and opi
posite tie 8.pann Hotel,) for tWe purpose or
carry on thIe .* .. .. .
Cabnet Making 4- Repairing .Business'
in all or its various branchei. He feelsepn
fident in giviug entire satisfaction to thosi
who may favor him with a cal.
ROBERT BRYSbON. r
N. B.-FUNER AL furoished at the short
est notice and opt accommodii'in terms'.
March 2d,. 1849 3i W'
Boarding for Young Ladie;
T1HE Subsciiber will acpmmmodate: wi-b.
T boarding, eight o ten Young Ladies. His
Hio-se is rowny and pleiamantly situate4,,conve;
nient to the Feitmalo Academies. Parents. a'
Guardians may be assured that every attentio1
necessary will be paid to Girls committea toii
May 2. .. tf . 15.
HE Sinbecriber io iliit .o establishi
Tan Yard im mil iisivarious brainches; i'
the Town of Hamburg, takes pleasure in infor.,
ming his friends and fort)ser. cutomqr thatjig
will always feel happy in accommodating te*in
on the mcst reasonable .terms..with all arico
in hiq linie of b6isines,--Nsnl 11s BOOTJ
SHOES HARNESS. IFAGGL-N. SE
and LEA THER of every kind, at tlme sptadi
iext door to J. J. Bryai's, aid nearly oppusite
Roaclie's Hodtel. . . -
N. B.-The most liberal -prices will be given -'
for good Raw Hides and Tan Baik.
Hamburg, May 9, tf
R CAUSSE & CO. fave rcmoved!
.. Srore adjoining Mr: S. F. 1'
where they will be happy mo tecelv.o
customers and as many new oneas
it to their advantage in paying -the ecf
N. B.-Just received a lot of Sumhind
ing which will be sold at a small a4ya
R. C. & Co' Cash Sto
A pril25. tf
*State of- Soutd Car61iria;
. JN EQT]jTY.
Lucy Reese, . .- .
Wyatt H-omes, John Jones, BilLfer .Disease.
Daniel Prescott, Lewvis tial- ryS and Reli.
T app'earing to my inifbr hat Ewar -
.AB. Halloway aid Th'binas O. ?lellowa
two of thme defenda~nts in thlis ca~e, resldp-frosa
and beyonrd the hinmims of this State.'..0m uso -
mionm of Mri. Yantcey, Plaintiffs -Solfeitor. I
ordered that tihe said Defendants 4o ~nts
and answer plend or demursm to the com an
said hill of comnplaint, within tlree-moinu rr -"oin
the puiblication hereof, or the said bill will be'
taike pro .contfermo. aginst them.
Comidssione's Officeia 24S, 1849 a D
May 30, 3Ma 19t
State of Sodih Carolird.
iN THE COMMON PLtA.
Walker & Bradford, 'MDearatiod
R. S. Roberts. .. J AuaAcmt.
WValkecr & Bradford'; - Declaration
5s. . ... inl
R. S. iRoberts. ,AUa~chment. .
HJ lE.Plaintifis in thme above cases havi'ii'
B.this dmm filed their Declarations min'd
Ollite aiid thm Defandiint .having neithmel wie
nor attorney, known to reside within *h'e limnits
of this State, on whom a copy of seis Declara
tions Wlithn a rule to plead can be se.rved ; cri
motion of Mr. Magrath, Attorney for Plain
tiffs, om'dered that said: Defen'dant appea and
plead to said Declarations within a year Rod a
dnay from thme date heeof, or in default thereof,
judgetmnent Will be renddred a~ainst him.
-T. G. BA CON, c. ,-D..
Clerk's Oflice, May 22d 1849. *
hMay 20. 1849, ly
* POSITl'VELY TH E LAST CA#LL.
A LL persons indebted to the late flin o
DUNBAR & BURNSFDE, either '"
no0te or opemn account, ate regnested t'o. c'l
und make payment on. or before thme 1st day of
Angost next; af terImat, period tey will fiI all
clatiimsdue mis, tn the hands of proper officers
fur collection. without discrimination.
DUN BA R & BURNSIDE.
Hamburg, May 22, 6t 19
Bacon and Lard.
T HF Sb'scrib-er has on hand about 2,000G
'i bs. ci'eBA CON, which he offers aS
Sets. cashi, th's li'og 'otdd -
Also, a flne Lot af LA RD at 10cts cash.
April18 c - 1
A ND IN S T ORE.
1OO LBS. CHOICE COUN.
at 8 cents Cask. TYCRDBCN
BLAND' & BUTLER.
May 2. ti 15
A LL person, indebted to the estate of Ja.
cob Pow, Deceased, will please to call
nd settle immediately. and those whoara ce,
itors are requested to make klewn their daims,
H. R. SPANN, Adm'u.
Mnyv3 1t' Sa