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RIOT IN PHILADELPHIA.
Prom the Philadelphia American, we
bke the following connecied account of the
terrible and deadly feuds between certain
of the firemen in that city, and their vil
lainous niders and abettors, which led to
such bloody and latul results on Sunday
The lawless spirit which has held almost
complete swaty in oloyamensing. for the
last six weeks, :ind which, on ihe.Sabbath,
has exhibi'ed itself tf such a degree as to
make it necessaty to close plates of public
tworship, in order so save the members of
the congreaiison filn insult and outrage,
has kept that section of Philadelphia in a
constant state of alarm and excitement
since Saturday evening ; and on Sunday
the District witnessed a terrible riot. at.
tended with bloodshed. and the loss of life.
Since the last firenens iarade, a feud
has existed between the Moyamensing and
Franklin hose companies, two of the most
active associations of firemen inl that part
ofthe town. This feud has grown from
had feeling to open and bitter hostility, and
there have recertly been frequent bellige
rent collisions between the members and
adherents of the two companies. Among
the adherents of the loyanensing Hose
are the gang of "Stingers," that so un
h-lushingly and outrageously di-grace the
district. This gang are ever plotling ris
c'iief of the worst character.
On Saturday evening abour ten o'clock,
thiring an alhtm or fire, caused by the slight
burnin of the roof of an old fram e htoise
in Spruce-Street, below Ninth. the Frank
lin Ilose Company was assailed at Tenth
and Stsippen street;, where brickbats were
showered and pistols fired. At the time of
this riotous affair, the wife of the lev. Mr.
Montgomery. Rector of All Saints Chtrchl,
mid the wife also or the Rev. ir. Ogilby.
of Ascension Churcb, both narrowly esca
ped being prostrated n ith missiles, just as
they were entering their own doors.
About 2 o'clock the carriage of the
Franklin was taken out by the memners,
on hearing an alarm 'of tire tip town.
About daybreak, as 1] of the members
were returning home inl charge of the car
riage, they found themselves waylaid. at
the corner of 121h and South stieets,
where they were fired tin and assailed with
missiles boy a party of 50. Some of thetn
were injured. and, overpowered by nun
bers, they had to run for their lives. leaving
their c -rriage in the hands of their base
rhecarriage was taken by the captors.
h6-anl to the immediate neighborhood
- tljWMoynmens'n2 Hoso house, where
'- die was atripped off, and one section
itt The enrriage was then run
lo le foot of Washington street.
~ikiaik,: iibled into the Dela
Th it was shamefully
roken. It %%ns
the water by
en, and with
*tju. of Moya
ing for hu
e 8h andI
ing gtus osr
IDg.'andl those not
~pans are requtestedh
ing t i~bats anid stones ais
~tey can cirNya The police and wa'eh
en- will he on the grondt to se fasir play.
-id it, Moya ! Ilurra, Franklin !"
'hti'r the notice was a serisous call.
enairiaIing from the rioters themselves, or
as waggish hoax, designed as n hit at the
ili'digraceful dlittgs in the District, antd like
Mi-wse at the conduct of its authorities, does
A few minutes after nonn there was an
alarm of fire, procetding from some triviatl
cause in the vicinity of Eighth and Fitz
water streets. 'T e Franklin tmembers
-ran ont with their new carringe-, t~it was
their old appnrattts that was captured) antd
at Ninth and Fitzwater streets they were
met by an armed ptarty. lFitzwatter street, at
the Sotuthern end of Rtonaldsont's Cemete
ry, was instanty turned bttot a battle
grountd, antI the scene that etnsued was
awful. Several hutndredi rioters, ott both
sides, were enangedl itn the melee, atnd
there was a mob of a thotisatnd persons.
Pavements wvere torn op. the air washblack
writh mrissiles, anid fire arms. thte reptorts of
which were followedh by shrieks atnd the
falling of the wotunded, were discharged
in gttick succession. It was impossible to.
tell how many were injuraed.
A yountg man, aged about 21 years. an
adheretnt of ithe Franklit, named Alexan
der Gillis, who lived in Stewart atreet, and
worked in a brick yattd. was shot dleadc.
In justice to the deceased, it should be
statedl that there was tno evitdence what
ever before the jury, utnder oath, that Gil
lis was leading on a molt ; although a num
ber of persons, including several of the
police of Monyametnsing, declare that he
was an active rioter, and that he iredl a
pistol three or four titmes before he wias
shot.-The part of the jury's verdict that
refers to his leading on a moh is rather ex
- tranrdinary, under the circutmstances.
The Sheriff had a large posse in readhi.
Dessito act at-a moment's watrning, ir. the
event of any fur~her demonstration of a rio
tous nature. The Mayor, toot bad the
whole of the city police in reserve, to aid
the Sheriff, if required. The house of the
Moyamensing Hose was in possession of
the Sheriff, andI that officer fetrnished a
posse for the protection of the property of
WVarrants have been issued for the op
prehension of the two persous implicated
ia the death of Gillis.
But two arrests took place, as far as we
could learn. Ono wvas R. MeVey-he is
said to be a city lamp- lighter. The other
person arrested was a man named Green.
aYerterdayamoring Sheriff Lelar made
Mtayor of the city, the Commissioners of
Southwark, and the Commissioners of
Mocyamnensing, for not furnishing the re
quisite police force which he called for on
Sdnday to supp~ress the riot.--lt is said.
they should have obeyed the Sheriff. The
cases were not disposed of.
A man's discontent is his worst evil.
HoroRs TO TH. LAMENTED DEAD.
The Charleston Mercurysays:-We learn
rromn Washington that 'my direction of the
President of the United States all the pub.
lie oticers were closed and draped in
mourning on Wednesday. as a testitnonia
of respect to the memory Ex-President
Polk. The following order was also issu
ed by the Executive, in pursuaice of which
appropriate honors will be paid at each
of our military fosts, and on board ofour
ships if war, immediately after it reaches
"The Presiient, with deep regret, an-.
nounces to the American people the death
(if James K. Pulk; late President of the
United Stntes, which occured at Nashville
on the 15th instant.
"A notion is stddently called upon to
mourn the loss tof one, time recollection of
whose long services in itacoutincils will tie
forever preserved on the tableis or history.
"As a mark of respect to the meiory of
a citizen who hits been distinguished by
Ite highest honors which his country could
bestow, it is ordered that the Executive
Mansion and the beveral departments at
Washington he immediately placed in
mourning. antd all business be suspended
. It is furtier ordered that the War and
Navy Departments cause stitable nmilitary
and naval honors to be pald. on this oc
casion, to the memory of the illustrious
dead. Z TATLon."
Washtingdz, June 19, 15-19.
ILL.ss AND DEATU OF MAR. POLIC
We fimd ime following ineresting details
of the illness ant death of Mr. Polk, in
the Nashville True Whig of Tursdaylasm :
James K. Polk, lWme President of this
Republic, died in this city, as we barely
iad timmme to announce in our best, att about
5 n'clock on Frilay evening last, the 15th
instanti, lingeriog fir about two weeks.
ilis disease w as (of a chronir nature, hav
in- been troubled with it mnore or less for
twenty-seven years; probably aggravated
by the cholera epidemic which has been
razitlg in this city fior time past. He re.
tained his conciousness. we learn. up al
niost to tie mrmoment of his dissolution. We
saw him at 6 period when his physicians
considered his case very triilcal. He hap
pented to hear that we were goinig to Co
lumbia. when his good old mother resides.
and sent for ts. Upon entering the rono
he asked u-; to take a seat by his bedside;
lie then proceeded in a veriy calmn, delibe
rate manner. to say that the eXhausted con
dimon ofhiis body was not alartning to him;
ihat he felt saisfied tiat his eartfily ca
rree was fast approaching an end; hat ie
wished to send some word to his beloved
mother, who was so unwell, as he mndem
stood, that it was prolalle site might io'
be attle to come to see him:i he spoke If
her and other members ofhis family most
diectionnmiely; among other messages de.
livered itt the aime calm. resigned tome, elie
reutiAegel us it tell his mother, thilt,
should they tnt be permitted to meet on
emrth againm. that lie hid II ibimiit hope
aliat tromugh Divine mercy, they wold meet
Early in his sickness, we understand.
he conntected himself with the Methodism
piscopal Church. A funeral serman was
leliveted by tihe Rev. J. 11. Alcrerrin, mmf
hag chmurchm, mnd his remains followed in
heir resting place by a large coneourse of
itizenms. he' was interreud with .\lisonmic
erettmes, having been a mectmber mof
M tsssstrrt Rt.EsoL~U-ross.-A large and
ethtusiasmtic meetitng withoimut distinetiont of
party, of time cimizens oif P'anola county.
Mississippi, assemmbled at Panola C. HI. oni
mie first day of time Circumit Cotirt, .May 14,
to respond to time Address tif the Southmern
Otlegates itt Contgress to their cohstituets
afthe dlc outht, andi unainimnously adupted
the futlow img Resoluttiomn, I
.1. That theo Address of the Southern
Delegattes to thmeir constituents containsa no
tatement limt wrhichm we believe tin be sus
taned biy lniets. and that we heartily con
ur in its tone anmd sentimenm.
2. That. we cordially atpprove the enh-.
dunct of our delegates from Mississipipi, in
alixinga their signatumres thereto.
3. That int our opinion a convention of
the Southern States shouitld itmnediaitely
tke place; and we will ambide the action
4. That the passage by Cmongress of any
law prohiiting miur emtigration with slaves,
to any Terrimitry of the United States
South of the blissoniri cemnpromaiso linte, or
upon0 the passamge by C'ongrees by any law
aboiinig slavery itn the District of Co
ginia and te other slaveholding States in
5. That this mieeting is irrespective of
partiv. atmnd that we will vote fomr no man
fr any oflice, Fedleral or State. who~se
views are not coincidemnt with oumi own.
MAInE LEGtSLArURE.-In the Matine
House oit Repiresentattives, ont W.ednesda~iy
lat, the fmmllowing resolve was passed by
112 seas tom 14 inays:.
Whereas. Thec people of Maine regard
slavery with feelings ofC profoundl abihor
rece, na connfictinig with time great prinmci
pies of Freedom and Free Govermtent,
detrimentmal tom pomlitical proigress andi ought
not to be upmheld or sanctionemd itt the capi
tali of ommr glorious Union, thme very Sanmc
tuary of Liberty, thterefore.
Resolved, That ourlSenators antd Rep
resentatives in Congress be regniestied tuo
use their tmmost influetnce to abmolish slave
ry and mime slave trade in the District of
Columbia, by all Conistitutional means.
Usz Cr Sutruua.-One fact is worth a
dozen theories, especially on matters con
nected with the preservation mmf human
life. In Chicago they are using sulphur
in cholera cases with great success, aduni
isteredi accoring to the followmog prescrmp
tion of Dr. Bird :
" CHOLERaA SPECtlo.-One part of
pulverized charcoal to four parts of sul
phmr. QO dose of four grains uniformnly
checks. preumoinitory symptoms, such as
pain,siight diarrhaea, &c. The same dose
repeated every three or fome hours,. amel..
iorates the patient's cotnditiotn at once, amid
when uised, in a few hours, entirely dis
pates cholera sytmptomel."
A GOOD 'UN.-Why is a kiss like a
rumor? Because ii passes from mnouth
Aiurder and Robbery.-Another terrible
outrage has been committed in East Flor
ida. Cornelius Rai, of Alachue totinty,
has been killed in cold blood, and his house
deliberately plundered by his fietidishi as
sassins. We clip the following notice
for the Jacksonville Republican :
" We learn that another murder as
committed in Alachua county lust week4
Mr. Cornelius Ratin, a man of properly.
was heard to say that lie intended to bid
for a familv of negroes which were soon to
be sold. He afterwuads returned home,
nnd on perceiving two men ride towards
the house, apparently friendly, lie advanced
to meet them. As he came up, one of the
men shot him dead. The daiing villains
!hen pdssed him, and entered his dwelliiig,
and although Mr. Rinu's wife and family
were present, they robbed the house of the
sunt of 84.000. and then fled. They were
not recognized, and had nut been taken at
the last accounts."
Minesnin, *as duly organizerl as a Ter
ritory by lrnclamatiun of Gov. Ramsey,
dated Junea I.
By the Rev. lf. Reed, on the 21st inst. at
Rose Lands, It. G. if. D'YIoVANT, [ile Lt.
Col. Palme:to Regiment, to Mliss ELLEN S. only
daunghter of Col. Whitfield Brooks.
Plysicianntrescribe DR. ROGERS' LIV'
EItWORTII AND TAR in tthe last stages
and the most hope'ess eases of CONSUMi P
TION, after all other medicines have failed, as
it has pro'red itself to be the mnst extraurdittary
medical aid in cuiing that disease. Now this
medicine is at valnable in the incipient stages.
such as COtUGH, COLDS, &c , wheni the
LUNGS are not t-o far gone tefrore ilceration
takes place. It is seldom or ever known to
fiti! itn breaking i the most distressing Cough
or Cold in a few honrs time, it the direction.s
tre strictly followed. The GENUINE DR.
ROGERS' LIVERWORTil AND TAR,
which makes so many wotiderfil cnres, is fur
sale by J. D. CHASE.
June 27, 1849.
Now is the time to purify the blood of mor
bid humIorg, and prepare the svstem by allppr
pritte rehiedies, to withstand the debilitating
effects of the appr-oaching warm weather
RISLEY'S SARSAPARILLA is Ote of the
best alteralives that can he used, nnd as an
ivigorater and purifyer or the BIJOD, it
Compare the directiotis and observe that
Risley's Sarsapatilla is FOUR T1IES THE
STRENGTH ofany other, inl Lauge Bottles.
Sold inl Atgnsta, by flAvILANIo, Rirm.cy,
& Co., aid in Charleston by HAVLAxt, IlAn
RAL. & Co., Importers and Whlesale dealers
in Drugs, Medicines, Painis. &c. Also, sold
in ihi4 place by V. L. PENN,
Price Ont Dollar. Ao-r.
NJay 30. 2m 19
Butler Lodige J~o. 17.
(GM Regularmeeting of' this Lnodge will
he held on alonday evening next at 8
o'elock, ELBE~RT BLAND, See.
Jnne 27 1t 25
T IHERE will lhe a protracted Meeting at the
at. Ttahor Churuchi comnmencing ont Saitiir
ay beforne the thurd Stnnday ini Anitust tnexi. -
linisterinig brethuren are eartnestly solicited to
EUGENE BURT. c. c.
.Tnne 27 . if 23
P'OR SALE AT
ANODYNE CORDIA L. na e::cellenit reme
dy for D iarrhten anid Dy setntery-no fain
ily shoudl be withont it in these Ch'oilera, times.
JOllN D. CilASE, bl. D.
Jnne 27. tf 23
Cheaper than Ever.
BROWN H OM ESPUN 25 yds. for $1.
Bleched do 20" fom
444 Shirting, 8. 10, and 12 for"
New Styles Fuirnitute Prints, 20 yturds
fir S I.
Blume Twill and Striped Homespun, for
Se.rvanmts, l0cts. tper yard,
8.4 Table Dinper. (Cotton)'25cts, par vd.I
8-4 Brown Linen 'rable Cloths, S1,75 u
6-4 Coloredl Table Clnths, $1.50 a pair.
Humckaback and Bird Eye Diaper, 16cts,
Ladies Night Caps (Neit) ~only 4l0ets. per
Ball Cord, 3 doz. itn a Box, 25cts. per box.
'rapes amnd Brunids all widths, i24 pr. d'.z.
Ladies .,ight Colored Kid Gloves, 50cts.
Ladies F'renched wvorked Collars very low.
SSewing Silk, Neck Ties. Mil coloars.
Ftrrnmtnre Fringes (IS yds.) 50cts. and
' ~$200 per pi,-ce
Dress Prinuts of the latest styles, at prices
ranging fromi 64 np.
Together with a large assortmentt of Ladies
DREhSS GOODS5. such as Colored Maeslin
(yurd wide) from J2Aets. op, Plain .dwiss Book
arid Jacottet .d tuslini. Checked and Plnin Cam,.
brics. till of which we will sell eqnally as low,
as above muentionmed, at
R. CAUSSE & CO'S..
Cheep Cash Stare.
Jnine 27, tf 23
DTLG. G. BIRD, respeciftully offers his
prfsiontal services to the Citizens of
Editefiekl arid its vicinity.
Office opposite Compty's Hitel.
aftny9, if 16
DR. E. F. TEAGUJE
R ESPECTFULL.Y offers his professional
serv ices in te practice of Mediie. SNY
geryj, and Obstetrics, to the Citizens of Edge
field Village anti vicinity. Ohlice in the Drug
Store of lirs. Bland. Teague & Co.
Atav 9, if 16
Spun Yarn, Feathers and Flour.
90Bunches SpunO YA RN.
9O250 lbs. New FEA T HERS,
20 BhIs. superfine FLOUlt,
Just reccived ard for arre by
G. L. PENN, Agenit.
Jarne 13, if 21
A Good NURSE for the balance of the year.
Apply at this office.
J.,ne 27, if 23
CHAntEStos, Jutte 18th, 1849.
OkDER NO. 5.
T - rN ollowing Ilegment, will Iarade for
. Review and Drill, at the times and pla
ces folluwing: .
Tie 10th Reajiment of Infianity at Richard
sons. on Tuesday the 31st of july text.
The 7th Reeiment at the Old Wells, on
Thursday thle 2d of Anlguast next.
The 9th Regimenmt at Lowe's. onl Tuesday
the 7th of Ainst.
The 2nd kegiment of Cavnlry, nt Long
Myers, in Thursday the 9dm of Angnst.
The Bih Ilegimeit of Infantry, it Morrow's
Old Field on Saturday the I Ith'of Amgnsst.
The Gil Regimnentt Lomma's, on Tuesday
the 14th of A ugist.
The 4th Reginent near Verrenne's, on
Thtrsday the 10th of Angust.
The 42d Regiment, at immin's, oi Satmr.
dnmv fie 1,th or Angmt.
Tl'he 2d Regiment, at Hall's,'on Tuesday the
2ist or Aigmist. m
The 5th Regiment, at Iinntets, on Thnrsday
the 23d of Angnst.
The 1st Regiment or Cavniry. at Pictens
i!le, on Saturday thme 25th or Aigust.
The 3rd Regiment of Irnfmtry, am Toney'.
id store, ot Tmesdmmy the 2eth of August.
The Ist Regiment, at Benotn', on Friday
hIe 31st of Anmgnst.
The Commissioned nod non-cnmmissioned
flicers, will assemble the day prcvtos to the
revie-w of their several Iegiments. mi their re
pIective parade grounds, fur drill and instrnc
An inspection of Arm, of ercry commpany. will
'mkce place immedmiely after the review of
''lhe Mlajr General will, with lim; staff, atteid
ie eviews, nlo, the Brigadier Generals, with
bleir stiffs, it ileir respective Brigades, And
re furtier chnliged with the extemion of this
By order of the Commander-in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY, Adf. & lnsp. Gen'l.
Jtnle 27thI 1849, t1 23
l~7 Abbeville, Amndemsnm. Pendletmn, Pickens
nd Greenville papers will copy until reviews.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
0 BAR R ELS New Orleans V H ISKEY,
10 Batrrells Monongheln ".
10 m Fank's old Rye 6
5 "s " Momnntninm Dew"
10 . "- New Engl.nd lUM,
I Pipe Jamaica
I - St. Croix
5 Barrels American GIN,
I Pipe Hollimid
5 Pipes COGNAC BRANDY. various
10 Qr. Pipes Madeira and Tenerille WINE,
5 " - Put and Sherry
5 " " Sweet Maliga
1 u White Muscnt
3 Barrels ALCOHOL. high proof,
5 is Ameican BRANDY,
10 " Cider VINEIGAR.
5 fmi Pipes W- Wine Vinegair,
5 Cisks Loridom POlRTER, qmart & pints
5 Barrels COILDIALS;
2 "tenmeh Syrmp,- &c. &c.
Ma .eira Wime, ?rt Wine, Sherry Wine.
,emomn Syrnmp, lRaspbmury Symtmop, Stramwbury
yrnp. Giniger Syrnim, French Cordmals, &c.
Forsal by H. A. KENRICK.
Ilambutrg. Jitnes'id, 1849, 4t 23
Bdgefield Rale Academy.
1H~lE exercises of this 1NSTtTUTION,
will be resummed oun ?Momnday thme 23rd
Tm.aas OF rTms. from S6 tom $9. per qnnr..
er of I I week'. 1miyable itn iadvanmce.
Jmne 20, jd49. 2t 2
THEI Sumbsciber wishmitne to leave this
place. ulers lor sale his~I tlonse anmd Lot
tmaed inm Puottesvilu,-. Also 135 imeres of lanmd
ix miles fromtm Edgemfeld Court House. lyinig
nm time Abb~eville rmmad -also ni first ramte Cow
nd Calf, with other property nt mmetined.
Jmtne 20, if 2~2
AN inivoice of Gents Black Silk Hats of
time liatest fashion, whimcht will be stud iw
t~It. CAUSSE or CO'S
Chmeap Cashm Store.
June 20, - mf 23
Bapon & LardI.
UC E1C Lont of Cominmtry H A MS for sale
at mime Smnbsemliters residenc; also a choice
t of Lear LA RD.
J. Ii. HOLLINGSWORTH.
June 6- 3t 211
LTL personms indebted to Whmitmoan R. Hill
ADeceased, are hereby notified tmo maake
avment, amid all persuon-s having claimms ngnist
id Dmecensed will tender them in roperly itt.
esed. Wmlliamu M. Hlill is ap pointed mny Ageunt:
Inring mny absence fro'm thme District.
T. S. D ANlEL, Adtm'r.
A pril 0, tf 15
Lands for sale.
T H E Stmtscribmr mmifers for sale a valmnable
tet of land, lying seven miles W~est of
Edgefield C. H .. on time A bbeville Rmnd, Con-.
niming 451) atcres, 250 of whmichi are in woods.
T'he cmiitted latids atre well improved, amid
here is a good Dwelling.houmse, wimth all nie..
-essnry omut honmses otn the premnises. ini good
epair. Terms favorable for the pumrhaser
Tri 11, Snr 12
l)RUG AND GENF.RAL
T lIE Subscriber imfmrms [is frienids.nnd
the public,. that ais Agent for ia few frienids
who have engamgemd him to do bumsintess for them.
he will keep omn handi nt mime Post Ollice. a full
stppfy of articles a-s above, which heO wIll sell
heap for cash.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Feb.7, ti 3
3 BARRli.LS STONE LIME, ino fine
For sale by 'H. A. KENRICK.
Ilamoborg, Jtmne 9,1849, .t 2K
ib) tbLBS. Choice Cormtry BA
CON, SIDES, HAblS, &
SHOULDERS. For sale low for ensh, bay
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamirg, Jtmne 9. 1849. 6n 21
T WELVE or fifteen likeely yonmng Negroes
mold for no fattlt. A pply to the Editor of
7th REGIMENT, S. C. M.
MILLYvLLE, June 20th 1840
T H E Upper Blatlilion or ils Regimr
will appear sit the Pine Hnse on, sn
day the 7th or July next, fior Drill a;ndl Revie
Officers .nd non-commissioned Officers. (
eluding Stnff.) on the day previous fur D,
The Lower Bnttalion will appent at i
Cherokee Pids on Saturday the 14th Ji
next. for Drill and Review.
Officeis ani non-commissioned Officers (i
cluding Staff.) on the day previous flor Di
Lient. Cool. Colemtn and Capt. Shaw. co
nanding Lower Battalion. are charged wi
the extension of this Order to their respecti
commands. By order of
Col. G. D. A1D3S.
S. B. GRIFFIN, Adjt.
Joune 20, 3t 2.
U The Hamhurg Reptblienn will col
Just Received at
At Reduced Prices.
AYNES' American fair Dye.
1hop,,ns Celebrated Eye Water.
Taylor's Halsnn of Liverwort,
VRisley's Compound Extract alf Bncliti,
'yrmp of* Pink Rout,
Gelatine Capsules of Copaiva.
A - of Cbeh n:1d Copaivnt,
From 10 to 3715 ce-tts per Box.
Stimnulative Adhesive Salve,
Green Adhesive Plasler,
For Pains, Wonnds. Corns &c.
Scarpa's Comptund Ar.nstic Oil.
Strengthening Plasters froim 12A to 50 cents.
Peter's Pills, Lee's Windham 'ills, anud othi
Medicanenuts, tuo numeronts to teniton.
by J. U. CHASE, Al. D.
June 13 tf 21
T HE Copartnership heretAlire existit
between the suthscribers under te fir
of KE.NRICK & THAYER, was dissolvt
st. inmt. by mitnal consent. The tanme ol tI
firm will be used by either partner in ligln tiatini
H. A. KENRICK.
H. B. THAYER.
June a 1849, 4t 20
HE nndersigned having pnrchased 11
iiterest of i'. B. TAYR, in the la
firm of KENIilCK & THAYERL, will coi
itinne the buasiness at I!e old stand on his ow
iccount. and respectfully solicit3 the patrona:
of the late firm.
H. A. KENRICK.
Hambutg, Junie 6 1849, tf 210
Economy is Wcalth!
11HE Subscriber most iespecfully infor:
This friends and the public generally, th.
le has located himself at Edgelield C. loust
(next door to Mr. Refo's Tm Shop and oh
posite the Spann Hotel,) for the purpose I
carry on the
Cabnet laking 4' Repairing Busines.
in all of ita various branches. Ie feels cor
ident in giviug entire satiaraction to tho
who may favor him with a call.
N. B.-F.ERALs furnished at the sh.r
st notice and on accommodatinig terms.
March 25, 1849 3m 10
Boarding for Young Ladies
rH i Smubscuibecr wvill ntecommnodate wil
Iboanrdings, eight ot ten Youneg Ladies. 1H
Iosse :s roomiy andi pleasatlty sitnuetedf, convy
eret to the Femeaio Acteademnies. Parents ant
urdiaens emay be ussntreid ihnt every attentir
eessary will be paid to Girls conmmitted
ED3It UND PENN.
May 2, tf 15
N o1 ticA .
11lE Subscriber efl'er fur sale her H-ocs
and l.oT nbunt .j of a ntile from Edge
feld C. H-. lyintg ott the road leadinug li'or
Etgefiehel C. H. to Cohnambia, tand comainein
mitr acre.; aulso tnll that tract of lund contait
nts 1200 acres, eituate about three mil~es froi
Lageleld Village. For termes apl'Py to the sul
. R. IILALOCK,
June 618-49 7me 20
NOTrI C E.
T11 lE nndersignted as Assignee di Mnre~
...Upson, gives notice to all persn hatvit
clnims against the saeid 1,1 arctes Upson,. at
who are willing to take under the assignmen
o render in thteir ,-laimes by the sixth day
Atngust neet. All persons inedebted to the sai
iHmenis Upson, are regnested to tmake imma
SA3MUEL STEVENS, Assignee.
March 7 i849, 5m*e 7
C IRCU3ISTANCES reqniring that the b
siness oef G. L & E. Penn shoutld be se
ied tip withoutt delay. Notice is hereby gives
hat all Notes and Aceoutts flet settled dUriti
Court, will be given out to atn Officer for cc
E. PENN, Agent.
F'eb. 28 1849. tf Ii
POSITIVELY THE LAST CALL.
A LI4 persons inedebted to the late firm
DUNBAR & BURNSIDB, either I
nts or open account, nao reqgnested to er
ad make paeymnent otn or befoere the 1st day
Agust next; talter thtat period they wvill find 1
clies due use, ine the hands of proper otlie
for collection. withtout discriminationi.
DUN fARL & BURNSIDE.
Hamburg. May 22, 6it 19
ALL persons indlebted to the estate of J
Acnb Pow, Deceased, will please to de
nndl settle immttedinetely, ntud ithose whco are crc
itos tare requested to muake known, their clam
II. RI. SPANN, Admi'r.
M ay 23, 18
,O LBS. Choice L EAF LAI
5 For stile by
HI. A. KENRICK.
H ambturg, Juene 9. 1849, 4t 21
New Blacksmith Shop,
SH E Subscriber having proenred the a
.vices of Hampton, a Blacksmith v
know. n in this commnhtiity, is prepared tu rece
all orders in thits line of bnsiness.
Shop opposite Dr. Jfohnon's lot.
E. 3. M!MS
Feb 14 t f 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias
nt B i me directed, and by the written
consent of all par-ties concerned, I will pro
I. ceed to sell in the Town of Hamburg, on
rill Tuesday the 24th of July next, the fol
lowing property in the following cases, viz:
lie The Bank of lJamburg, South Carolina
"y vs Thomas Kernaghan, one negro man
n- 13en, and three unimproved Lots in the
-il I Town of Hamburg. known as Lois No.
89, 90, fad 91, on Tillman aud lechanic
In. Streets, adjoining a lot belonging to John
ve The Bank of Hamburg, South Carolina
vs Thomas Kernaghan and Wn. Garrett,
a tract of land conininng 117 acres. known
as the residence of the defendant Thordas
Kernnghan, adjoining lands of N1Mrs. Car
ter, II. L. Jell'rs, nud others ; the Brick
- Store House and Lot in H amburg, occdz
ipl at prezelt by Charles llammond, on
Centre Street, No. 108. having fifty feet
front, running back 200 feet; Lot No. 107.
wdj,ining the last mentioned Lot on Centre
Street, 50 feet front atnd running back 200
feet ; also, the Ware House lot, in rear o'
the two last named Lots, fronting on Me
chauie anad Tillman Street, having 100
feet on Cobb Street; the Lot now occupied
by JelTers & Coahran on the corner of
Cohi Street, having fifty feet front oti
Centre Street, running back 300 feet.
Also, the following negroes, viz: Patsey,
and her two children, Jnne and Harriett,
Sally and her six children. Lydia, Roberti
Jenny, Fanny, Itose, and .taria, iHarriet,
Bob, and Isaac.
er S. CHRISTIE, s. E. P.
June 20. 1849 51 22
State ofr So t h Carolina.
- EDGEFIE;LD DisTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
B. J. lynn,
Ads. Ca. S4.
d1 Richard Fowke,
B J. RYAN, who has beenti rrested by
I. I and is now in the etastody of the Sher
ilf of Edgrefield District, by virtne of a Writ of
Ca pinis ad Sati.faciendumtn, at the snit of Rich
ard Fowke, having filed his petition with a
'ched ile on oath of his whole estate and effects,
for tne pttrpnse of obtaining the benefits or the
Geteral Assembly of this State, commonly
e called the Insolvent Debtors Aets. Oi motion
e of Mir. Atkimon, Attorney for Defendant, pubz
I- lic not'ce is hereby given, that the petition of
n the said B. J. Itynn, will be heard and con
r. -idered inl the Court of Common Pleas, for
Edgefield District. at Edgefield Court House
finl the first tay of October next, or on such
tither days as the Court niay order during the
- term, romaencing on the first Monday in Octo
her next; and all the creditors of the said B. J,
Is Ryan, are hereby stmnmoned either personally
or by Attorney, then and there in said Court,
to show cause ifany they can, why the benefitd
of the Acts aforesaid, should r.ot be granted I
the said B. J. Ryan, and he be dischairged fro
ceanfiaenment. upon his execut'ng the assi
net required by said Acid.
T. G. BACON, c.z.v
Clerk's Office, June 10, 1849.
Jlme 20 3m
Prize Temperance Story, No
Ready-Price 25 Centg.
-Or' Palernal Exiample
BY 'URs. C. wv. DE515oN.
h IlS is one of the most touching delinea
Stions of the subtle antd suire workidg uf
win, dinkngupona fataily charater and htap
Spitnes., wicha hats yet: been issued from thte press.
Gertrtide Ru tssel is a profound and senarchinag *
Sappeal to all the better sensib'ilities of out naa
tatre. It is nto ephemeral. catclh-aenny perfoa.i-*.
ancaae, and will be read with pleasture atnd
profit by every one capablo of appreciating
-hatme joys or of mourning over the tfl tetces
whtich blight and blast thema..
E Gertudo.Rnssel was origiatdlly ginblished in
EThe New York Organ, and cdst thte pubilshefs
of rtat paper, $100. It is tnow ready in a beau,
n tifol book oaf 64 l1.ae octav a pages well printed
g on finte paper, and ill,ttrateed by
'Tu-elve Original Engravings.
a. Thte ciretationi of this great btory must do
mutch gocad. Price 25 cents-or fivo copies for
$! ')rders post paid, enclossher the Cush,
tnay oe tauuresseni td .
OLIVER & BROTHER,
-American Temperance Repository.
Newe York City, June 1318419, 2t 21
is "; Editorsgiying thts advertisement entire,
gItw'o conspictous insertions, shall be entitled to
d six copaes of thec work.
~"State of' Sduth Carolina.
Wyntt flomnes, .John Jone, Bilfor biscord.
~.Dantiel Prescott, Lewis Hal: ry and Relief.
, T appearing to my satisfaction that Edwvard
a.U 0. Halloway and Thtotas 0. Hallou*af,
f~ two of te defate,as in this ctase, reside from
ande beyond the limits of this State. On amt
tion of Alr. Yatracey, P'laintiffr Solicitor. .1t is
ordered that the said Defendards do ajpear
- anad answer plead or demaar to the complainnanis
said bill of comptaint, withain three mnonths frnnm
the publication htereof, or the said'bith will be
takent pro .conife-so. againtst them.
o . S. TOM PKINS. c. E.R.D.
y Commaissioner's Office, May 24th 1849.
II May 30, $m _ 19
~' State of South Carmlina.
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
INV TilE COMMON PLEAS.
_Wal ken & Bradford, '3 Declaratiour
R. S. Roberts. JAutachment.
Walker & Bradford, )Declaration
5s. s' n
ciR. S. Roberts. Auachment..
lIHE Platintifis inr the above cases having
this day filed their Deebara'.'ons in my
- O111e and the D~efadant hoving neither wife
Inor atttornaey, knowtn to res~de within the limitie.
D of tiris State, on whom It copy ot said Deelaraw
tiaras witir a rule to 'plead can be served ;- on.
motioni of Mn. Pelrgrath. Attorney for Plain..
tiffs, ordered th-st said Defendant appear and
plead to said beclarations wikhin a-year arnd a
-dcay from ti-,e date heteotf, or itt default thereof,,
judgemeert will be ronadered agaittst himn.
T. (G. BA CON, 0. E. D.
Clerk's Office. May 2ud 1849.
9 May 30. 1849, - ly
eri AN D IN S T ORE ..
15000LBS, CHOICE COUN:.
at eets ash TY CURED BACON.
-BLAND & BUTLER.