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RIOT IN PHILADELPHIA.
, rom the Philadelphin American, we
take the following connected accotit of the
terrible and deadly reuds between certain
or the firemen in that city, and their vil
lainous aiders and abettors, which led to
such bloody and fatal results on Sunday
The lawless spirit which has held almost
complete swtty in Mvamensing. fir the
last six weeks, And which, on theSabbaih,
has exhibi'ed itself tfs stich a degree as to
make it necessaly to close plates of public
tCOrship, in order i0 save the members of
the congregation fltn 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 fircmen's parade, a feud
has existed between the Moyamensing and
Franklin hose companies, two of the most
active associations of firemen in that part
orthe town. This feud has grown from
had feeling to open and bitter hostility. and
ihere have recently been freqent bellige
rent collisions between the members and
adherents of the two companies. Among
the adherents of the Moyamensing Hose
re the gang of "Stingers," that .so un
hAshingly and outrageously diagrace the
district. This gang are ever plotting mis
claief or the worst character.
On Saturday evening about ten o'clock.
during an ala, m of fire, caused by the sliglb
burning of the roof of an old frame house
in Spruce-Street, below Ninth. the Frank
lin Hose Conpany was assailed at Tenth
and Snippen streets, where brickbats were
showered and pistols fired. At the time of
- this riotous affair, the wife of the Rev. Mr.
Montgnmery. Rector of All Saints Churci,
nud the wife also of the Rev. Mr. Ogilby,
of Ascension Church, both narrowly csca.
ped being prostrated iith missiles, just as
they were entering their own doors.
About 2 o'clock the carriage of the i
Franklin was taken out by the netherv, I
on hearing an alarm 'of fire up to*n. 1
About daybreak, as n] of the members
were returning home in charge of the car- t
ringe, they round themselves waylaid. at
the corner of 12th artd South streets, i
where they were fired on and assailed with
misiles by a party el 5O. Some or thetn
were injureL, and, overpowered by num
ers, they had to run for their lives. leaving
carriage in the hands of their base I
Ai age was taken by the captors.
aihe immediate neighborhood
fens'ng Hose house, where
pped off, and one section
W _.arriage was then run
M.Linto the Dela
was shamefully t
n. It u%;s I
e water by ;
and with I
ng Hall, s
otice, of I
as posted I
el i the1
g gtins or
- hose not
satnd strones as
rpolice and wa'eh
ron osee fatir play.I
ie notice was a serions call.
~rom the rioters themselves, or
'jl~inax, designed as a hit at the
grarefnl dtoings in the District, atdd like
tse at the conduct of its authorities, does
. ~- A rew minutes after noon there was an
alarm of fire, proceeding from some trivial
cause in the vicinity of Eighth and Fitz
water streets. Tte Franklin members
*- ran out with their new carriage, (it was
their oltd apparettus that was captured) anti
at Ninth and Fitzwater streets they were
met by an armed party. Fitzwater street, at
the Southerni end of lionaldson's Cemete
ry, was itnstanity turned into a battle
ground, and the scene that ensued was
awful. Several hundred rioters, on both
.ides, were engaged in the melee, and
there was a melb of a hottsandl persons.
Pavements were torn up. the air was blsek
with tmissiles, and fire arms. time reports of
which were followed by shrieks and the
falling of the wounded, were discharged
in quick succession, It was impossible to
tell how many were injured.
A yotutg man, agedl abttut 21 years. an
adherent of the Franklin, named Alexan
der Gillis, who livedi in Stewart atreet, and
worked in a brick yard, wats thot dlead.
In justice to the deceased, it should be
stated that there wvas no evidence what,
ever before the jury, utnder oath, that Gil
lis was leading on a mob ; although a num
ber of persons, including several of the
~: police of Moyamensinig, declare that he
was an active rioter, and that hte fired a
~: pistol three or four tinmes before he was
shot.-The part of the jttry's verdict that
refers to his leading on a moh is rather ex
traordinary, under the circumstances.
The Sherill'had a large posse in readli
pess to-act at-a moment's waroinig, in the
event of any fur!ther demonstration of a r:io
tous ature. The Mayor, too, bad the
whlole of. the city police in reserve, to aid
th herill, if required. The house of the
Moyamenuing Hose was in possession of
the Sherif, -and that officer furnished a
b'posse for the prbtection of the property of
the Franklin. --
Wat-rants .have, been issued for the -ep
prehension of the two persous implicated
an the deathof Gillis.faasw
But two arrests took place, asfaase
could learn. One wais R. MeVey--he is
said to be a city lamnp-lighter. Th.eother
person arrested was a man named Green.
Yerterday mnorning ShoeriF Lelahiasde.
a complaint to Jud'ge Parsons againsV the
Mayor of the city, the Commissiotreif
Southwark, and the Commissioner. of
Mloyamensing, for nft furnishing the re
quisIte police force which he culled for on.
Sunday-to suppress the riot.--It is said>
they should haye obeyed the Shesil. The
cases were not disposed of.
A man's discontent is his worst evil,
HONoRS TO THE LAMENTED DEAD.
The Charleston Mercurysays:-We learn
from Washington that by direction of the
President ofthe United States all the pub.
lie officers were closed and draped in
mourning on Vcdnesday, as a teetitnonia
of respect to the memory Ex-President
Polk. The following order was also issu
ed by the Executive, in pursuance of which
appropriate lionors will be paid at each
or our military rusts, and on board of our
ships of war, immediately after it reaches
"The PresiJent, with deep regret, an
nounces to the American people the death
of James K. PUlk; late President of the
United States, which oceured at Nashville
on the 15th instatt.
"A nation is suddenily called upon to
mourn the loss of one, the recollection of
whose lung services in its councils will be
forever preserved on the tablets of history.
"As a mark or respect to tite memory of
a citizen who has been distinguished by
the highest honors which his country could
hestow, it is ordered that the Executive
Mansion and the several departments at
Washington be immediately placed in
mourning. and all business be suspenled
.It is further ordered that the War and
Navy Departments cause suitable military I
Rnd naval honors to be paid. on this oc, (
iasion, to the memory of the illustrious d
lead. Z TAYLoR."
Washingtdd, June 19. 13-19.
ILLN.Ss AND DE.ATU OF Ma. Po.K -
We fittd the following initeresting details
f the illness and death of Mr. Polk. in
he Nashville True Whig of Tuesdaylast:
James K. Polk, late President of this
.eputilic, died in this city, as we barely
ad time to announce in our lst, at about n
i o'clock on Friday evening last, the 15th s
istant, litgering for about two weeks.=- I
-l disease was of a chronic nature, hav- t
n,_ been troubled with it more or less lbr
wenty-seven years; probably aggravated
y the cholera epidemic which has been
-ahing in this city for time past. He re
ained his .tonciousness, we learn. up al
nost to the noment of his dissolution. We
aw him at d period when his physicians
onsidered his case very ethlcal. He hap
)enel to hear that we were Aoitig to Co
urbia. when his good old mother resides,
nd sent for us. Upon entering the room
e asked us to take a seat by his bedside;
e then proceeded itt a very calm, delibe
*ate manner. to say that the ekhausted con
liton oflhis body was not alarming to him;
hat he felt satisfied iltat his earthly ca- I
ree was fast approaching an end; th;tt ie b
visited to send some word to his beloved
nother. who was so unwell, as he undet
tood. that it was probable she might not
e able to come to see him: he spokei f
er and other members of his family most
Ilectionately; among other messages de.
ivered in the same enlm, resigned tome, ie
equitted us it tell his mother, th5t,
hould they not be permitted to meet on a
arth again, that he had an abiditg hope i
hat through Divine mercy, they wolJ meet i
Early in his sickness, we understand,
te onnected himself with the Methndis
Spisenpal Church. A funeral serman was
leivered by the Rev. J. B. M1c1errin, of
hat church, and his remains followed to
heir resting place by a large coneottrse of
itizens. HeI was interred with Mlasonie
eremtonies, having been a tnember of ~
AMtsstssmryt RtEsoL UTto~s.--A large and
nthusiastic meeting without distinetion of ~
arty, of the citizets of P'annla cnunty, a
lississippi, assembled at Panola C. H. on
he first day of the Circutit Court, May 1-I, a
orespond to the Address of the Southern
)leegates In Congress to their Cobstituents
if thme South, anid unaimously adopted
he fotlowing Resolutions I
1. That the Address of the Southern
[)elegates to ttheir constituents contains no
tatement but which we believe to be sus-.
ained by facts. andi that w~e heartily con
ur in its tone and sentiment.
2. Tttat wye cordially approve the eon
luev of our delegate. fromt Mississippi, in
iving their signatures thereto.
3. That in our opinion a convention of
he Southern States should itmmediately
ake place; and we will a'uide the action
f such Convention.
4. That the passage by Ctongress of any
aw prohibiting our emigration with slaves,
o any Territory of the United States
South of the M issouri comnprotnise line, or
jpon the passage by Congress by any law
holishing slavery in the District of Co.
umbia, that we will joini arms with Vir,.
~iia and the other alaveholdinig States in
5. That this mneeting is irrespectiv'e of
aty, andI that we will vote for no man
r atty oflice, Federal or State, whose~
rews are not coincidenit with out own.
MAtaN LEotsLATUR.--In the Maitne
louse ed Representatives, on Wednesrity
aqt, the following resolve was passed by
12 yeas to 14 nays:
Whereas. rTe people of Maine regard
davery with feelings of profound abhor
ence, as conflicting ivith the great princi
ies of Freedom and Free G3overnment,
etrimental to political progress and ought
Sot to be upheld or sanctitined itt the capi
tail of our glorious Union. the yern Sanc
tuary of Liberty, therefore..
Resolved, That ouriSenators and Rep
resentatives in Congress be reqnested to
ise their utmost influence to abolish slave
ry and the slave trade in the District of
Columbial, by all Constitutional means.
UsK or Sox~rlua.-One .at is worth a
lozen theories, especially on matters corn
ected .with the preservation oft human
life. In Chicago they ire using sulphur
in cholera eases with great success, admin
istered according to the followiag prescrip
tion of Dr. Bird :ncrc~Oe o
"CssoLsAASPcr.-n part o
olveized charcoal to four parts of sul
shnr. One dose of four grains uniformly
heks presnonlitory symptotms, taueh as .
pain,sight diarrhea, &c.- The same dose
repeaed every three or fer Irourirs ae.,
ierateste patienl's condition at once, and
whearued.eio a few hours, entirely dissi
pates chute;a symptoms."
A Gooze UN.-W~hy is a kiss like a
rumor? Because iv passes from touth
Murdtr andlRobbery.-Anotlher terribli
outrage has been commitied in East Flor
ida. Cornelius Rain, of Aldchus tonty
has been killed in cold blood, and his housi
deliberately plundered by his fiendishi as
sassins. We clip the folloswing notici
for the Jacksonville Republican i
"1 We learn that another murder wai
committed in Alachua county last week
Mr. Cornelius Rain, a man of property
was heard to say that he intended to bit
for a family of negroes which were sob'o tc
be sold. He afterwads returned home,
and on perceiving two men ride towardi
he house, apparently friendly, be advancer
In meet them. As he came up, oeu of ihe
men eliot him dead. The daring villain!
then passed him, and entered his dwelling,
3md although Mr. Raiu's wife and family
wvere present, they robbed fte house of the
iuna of $4.000. and then fled. They were
mot recognized, and had not been taken at
he last accounts."
Minesnln, was duly erganiked as a Ter.
-itory by pornclamatiqn of Gov. Ramsey,
lated June 1.
fly the Rev. A. Reed. on the 21st inst. nt
lose Lands, IL G. if. DUNSIvANT, l:ate Lt.
',,l. Palmetto Regiment, to M iss ELLEN S. only
langlter of Col. Whitfield Brooks.
Physicinnrprescribe DR. ROGERS' L1V
ttWORTIl AND TAR in the last stages
nd the mot hope'ess cases of CONSUM P
PION, after dll other medicines have failed, as
has pro-ved itself to be the most extranrdinary
iedical aid in curing that disease. Now this
aedicine is aS vainable in the incipient stages.
och as CaUGH, COLDS, &c, when the
,UNGS are not too far gone 1iefore ulceration
ikes Ilace. It is'seldom or ever known to
ail in breaking up the most distressing Cough
r Cold in a few hours time, if the directions
re strictly rolowed. The GENUINE DR.
LOGERS' LIVERWORT1I AND TAR,
rhich makes so many wonderful cures, is for
ale by J. D. CHASE.
June 27, 1849.
Now is the time to purify th- bl'od of mor
id humors, and prepare the s. ... by appro
iriate rehtedies, to withstand the debilitating
ffects of the approaching wart weather
tISLEY'S SARSAPARILLA is one cof the
est nlteratives that can be used, and as nn
ivigorater and purifyer of the BLOOD, it
Compare the directions and observe that
tisley's Sarsapatilla is FOUR TIMES. THE
ITRENGTH ofany other, in Lnage Bottles.
Sold in Augnsta, by HAVILAND, Ril-L9Y,
a Co., and in Charleston by HAVILAWD, HAn
u., & Co., Importers and Wholesale dealers
a Drngs, Medicines, Paints, &c. Also, sold
a this place by ' d. L. PENN,
Prme One Dollar. Aoa1-r.
M ay 30, 2m 19
Buller Lodge wo. 17.
*. G, e. JY.
(lJ"Regulharameeting of thtis Lodge will
e held ona londay eventng next at 8
'clock, ELBERTl BLAND, Sec.
June 27 It 25
rHERF. will be a protracted Meeting at the
Mt. Tabor Chotrdhl comditencing on Satur
-y bfore the third Stnny in Angtust taext.
lttisteriang brethren are earntesaly solicited to
EUGENE BURT, c. c.
June 27. tf 23
VORt SALE AT
- NODYNE CORDIA L. an excellent reme
Udy for Diarrhoea and Dysentery-no fam
y should be without it in these Cholera times.
JOHN D. CHASE, Mt. D.
.tune 27. tr 23
Cheaper than Ever.
B ROWN HOMESPUN 25yds. for $1.
Bleached do 20 "fot
4.4 Shirting, 8. 10, and Jg " for"
New Styles Furniature Prints, 20 yards
Blue Twill and Striped Homespun, for
Servatnts, l0cte. per yard.
8.4 Table Diaper, (Cotton) 25cts. per vd.
8-4 Brown Linen Table Clothts, $ 1,75 a
6-4 Colored Table Cloths, $1,50 a pair.
Huckaback and Bird Eye Diaper, 16cts,
Ladies Nighat Caps (Netr) -only 1l0cts. per
Ball Cord, 3 doz. in a Box, 25ts per box.
Trapes and Braids all wilths, i2& pr. deoz.
Ladies Light Colored Eid Gloves, 50ctu.
Ladies F'renched worked Collars very low.
SSewing Silk. Neck Ties, all colors.
,Furrnatutre Fringes (IS ydu.) 50ets. anad
'$2.00 per pi,-ce
Dress Prints of the latest styles, at prices
ranging from 64 up.
Together with a large assortment of Ladies
DRESS GOODS. stuch as Colored Moshin
yard wide) from 12&cts. sap, Plain .Awiss Book
id Jaconet .Muslin. Checked and Plain Catn
rica. all of which .we will seli equally as low,
r above mentioned, at
R. CAUSSE & CO'S.,
Cheap Cash Store.
Jnne 27. tf 23
A C ar d,
R. G. G. BiRD, respectfully of'ers his
UPprofessional services to thte Citizens of
Edgefield and its vicinity.
Office opposite Comapty's Hotel.
May 9, tf 16
DR. E- F- TEAGUJE
RESPECTFULLY of'ers his professional
services in thme practice of Medi.cie. Sar-.
rery, and Obstetrics, to the Citizens of Edges'
isld Village and vicinity. Office in the Drug
Store of Drs.. Bland. Toague & Co.
May 9 , f 16
Spun Yarn, Feathers and Floar.
O- Bachtes Span YA RN.
250 lbs. NewfEAT HER(8,
20 Bbls. sujirtiie PLJURL,
.Just received and for sale by
6. L,. PENN, Agent.
Jea13, ..if 21
A Good NURSE for the balance of the ye',
fApply at this offie..
June 27. . f 23
. CAr.Zsto, Julie 18d, 1849.
OMDER NO. 5.
T5i iollo**g ilegime nt, will parade fa
. Retew and Drill, at the times and,1a
ces followinge. . . . .
The 10th Reaiment of Infantry at Ricliar
sons, on Tuesdaj the 31st fof July next.
The 7th Regiment at the Old Wells, or
Thursday the 2d of August nett.
The 9th Regiment at Lowets, on Tuesda:
the 7th of Akigitit.
The 2nd Regiment of Cavalry, at- Lon.
Mlyers, on Thursday the 9th of Angust.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry, at Morrow'
Old Field on Saturday the I1th of August.
The 6th Regiment tat Lomax's, on Tuesday
the 14th of Augilet.
The 4th Regitnent near Verrensne's, or
Thursday the I0th of Angsr.
The 42d Regimenm, at hfinton's, on Satur,
day the 18th of August.
'l'he 2d Rlegimept, at Hall's, on Tuesday the
21st of Augnat.
The 5th Regiment, at Hnnters, on Thnrsday
the 23J of Augnst.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry, at Pickens.
villa, onl Saturday time 251h of Angttst.
The 3rd' Regiment of Iifantry, at Toney'a
old store, (ni Tnesday the 28th of August.
The 1st Regiment, at Benton't, on Friday
the 31st of Agttst.
The Comnissiutned and non-commissioned
Officers, will assoemble the day previous to the
review of their several Regiments. on their re
,pective parade grounds, for drill aud instruc
An inspection of Arms of erery company, will
take place immediately after the review of
The Maj..r General will, with his stnff, attend
the reviews, also, the Brigadier Generals, with
their staffis, it their respective Brigades, and
are further chaaged with the exten.ion of this
By order of the Commander-in Chief.
J. W. CANT EY, Adj't. & Inep. Gen'l.
June 27th 1849, tf 23
0E Abbeville, Andetson. Pendlet-m, Pickens
and Greenville phpera will copy until reviews.
WINES, LIQUORS. &c.
1(J BARRELS New Orleans WHISKEY,
. 10 Barrells Monongabiela "
10 " . Fnnk's old Rye
6 " "IMoutntain Dew" "
10 . " New England RUM,
J Pipe Jamtica
1 - St. Croix "
5 Barrels American GIN,
1 Pipe Holland "
5 Pipes COGNAC BRANDY. various
10 Qr. Pipes.Madeira and Teneriffe WINE,
5 . Port and Sherry
5 Sweet Malaga
1 ' White Muscnt - "
3 Barrels kLCOHOL, high proof,
5 " .Aneiican BRANDY,
10 " ' Cider VINEGAR,
5 Half Pipes W Wine Vinegar,
5 Casks oridti:POR TER, quarts & pints
5 .Barrels COILDJALS;
2 "-m iiih iSyrire &c.- &c. -
' - s BOTTLES
Madeira Winq,. lort Witne, Sherry Wine.
Lemton Syruip. liaspbttry Syt ip, Strawbury
Syrut p. CGinger Syrup;Frenach Cordauls, &c.
For saeby a
Hamhiturg. Jug23d, 1849, 4t 23
Edgefield~ IMale Acadesny.
T H E exei-cises of this iNSTITUTION,
will be resemed on Monday the 23rd
T.nas OF TUi:TION, from $6 to $9. per qJuar.
Ier of I I weck,', hiayable in advance.
Juine 2,184. 2t 22
71HE Suhscriber wishtintg to leave this
.tplace, tufer. for sale his~ Houise and Lot
situated in Potnrvills. Also 135 acres of land
six miles front Edgefield Court House. lyitng
on the Ahuheville rond-also a first rate C'ow
and Calf, with other property not mentioned.
Jnne 20, if 22
A N invoice of. Gents Black Silk Hnts of
the latest fashion, which will be sold how
at R. CAUSSE &r CO'S.
Chteap Cash Store.
June 20 , f 2:3
iBajon & Lard.
C HlOCE Lot di Cotitry H A MS for sale
at the Subscribersresidenie ; also a choice
lot of Leaf LA RD.
J. IH. HOLL1NGS WORTH.
Jtune 6- St 20
A LL~ persons indebted to Whitman R. Hill
D~eceased, are hereby notified to make
pavmet, and all person's'having clainms against
said Deceased will fender them* in properl at.
tested. Williata M. H ill is appointed my Agent
daring my absence from the District.
-T. S. D AN1EL, Adw'r.
April 0, tf 19
Lands for sale.
TH E Subscriber olers for sale a valtuable
tract 'f land, lying seven miles West of
Edgefield C. H.. on the Abbeville Road, con.
taitning 450 acres, 250 of which are in woods.
The ctultivated lands are well improved, and
there is a good Dwelling..houae, wnt all as.
cessary out honses on the premises, in good
repair. Terms favorable for the purchaser
rri 11, 3mn -12
-DRUG AiND GENERAL
T1 lE Subscriber. ibfo'rtis his frienidi~ant
3.the public, that as Agent for a few fuli'ndu
wvho have engaged him to do buasitness for th'eii
he wvill keep ott hand at the Post O00ice, a full
85prl# of artioleg al above, wbith lie will eel
cheap for cash.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Feb. 7 .'(- . 3
3O .BA RR1'.,S STONE LIME, in Oan
For sale by H. A. KF.IVtRICE.
Hamuborg, June 9,1849, St 2K
B4 - SSOhofoe Cotrtr BA
S ULDERS.For sale'low fer eatk. b
IHamturg, Jaune 9,1849. 6' 2
TU'WELVE or ~fen likely young Negro.
t old for no. fut. Apply toghs Editor e
7th REGUIENT, S. C. M.
MILLYLLE, June 20th 1849.
T HE Upper Battalion or this Regimen
will alppear at the Pine House on Snitm
day the 7th or July next, for Drill and Revie%
Officers and non-commissioned Officers, (at
eluding Staff.) on the day previous fur Dri
and I nstruction.
The Lower Battalioi *ill appear at th
Cherokee Ponds on- Saturday the 14th Jul;
next. for Drill and Review.
Officers and non-coummissioned Officers (in
cluding Stalff.) on the day previous for Dril
and1 instruction. .
: Lient. Cal. Colernhi and Capt. Shaw, com
Manding Lower Battalioli, are charged wid
the extension of this Order to their respectivi
commands. By order of
Col. G. D. MIMS.
S. B. GRIFFix, Adj't.
June 20, 3t 21
37 The Hamburg Republican will copj
Just Received at -
At Reduced Prices.
JAYNES' American Hair Dye.
i" Toric Vermifige,
Thump.as Celebrated Eye Water.
Taylor's Halsatn of Liverwort,
itisley's Compound Extract of Bnchl,
Syrip-of Pink Rout,
Gelatine. Capsules or copniva.
-f Cubebs and Copaiva,
From 10 to 371 cents per Box.
Stimulative Aehesive Salve,
Green Adhesive Plaster,
For Pains, Wounds. Corns &c.
Scarpa's Compound Acoustic Oil.
Strengthening Plasters from 124 to 50 cents.
Peter's Pills, Lee's Windham ils, and other
Medicaments, too numerous to amention.
by J. D. CHASE, M1. D.
June 13 tr 21
T HE Copartnership heretisfore existing
between the subscribers tinder the firtm
of KENRICK & THAYER, was dissolved
lot. inst. by mnial consent. The name tof the
firm will be used lby either partner in lignsildntion.
H. A. KENItICK.
H. B. THAYER.
June 0 1849, 4t 20
T HE nadersigned having purchased the
interest of H. B. THAYER, in the late
firn of KENRICK & THAYER, will con
tinue tie business at the old stind on his own
account, and respectfully solicits the patronage.
of the late firm.
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburi, June 6 1849, if 20
Economy is Wealth !i
rIHE Subscriber most tespecfully informs
This friends and the public generally, that
he has located himself at Edgetield C. House'
(next door to Mr. Refo's Tut Shop and op.
posite the Spann Hotel,) for the purpose of
oarry on the
Cabnet Making 4- Repairing Business,
in all of its various branches. He feels con
fident in giviug entire satisfaction to those
who may favor him with a call.
N. B.-FNERALS furnished at the short;
ost notice and ont accommodating terms.
fblarch 2d, 1849 3m 10
Boarding for Young Ladies.
7f H E Subsctiber will accommnodate with
boarding, eight or ten Young Ladies. H is
H-oesse as roomy andi pleasantly situsateef, conve
nient to the Female Academies. Parenta and
Guardi:ans tmay be assured that evcry attention
necessary will be paid to Girls committed to
his care.ED.\UND PENN.
May 2, tf 15
N o t i cm.
T HE Subscriber offer for sale her Houss
Satnd LOT about .j of a ndile from Edge
fild C. H. lying on the road leading from
Eugefield C. H. to Caohambia, and containing
fmr acres; also nll that trac~t of land contain
in.g 1200 acre's, situate about three miles from
Ed etild Village. For terms apply to the sub
. R. fLALOCK,
June 6 1849 7 mz 20
NOT1'I C E.
T3 H E undersigtned as Assignee of hlareifs
kUpsont, gives notice to ahl persotns having
claims against the said Marduis Upasdn. and
who are witling to take dter the assignaeot.
to render in their ,:laimns by the sixth day of
August nest, All persons indebted to the said
Macus Upson, are requested to make imme
SAMtJEL STEVENS, Assignee.
March 7 1849. 5m*a 7
eCIRCUM STANC ES requiring that the bt
siness or G. L & E. Penn should be set'.
tIed tap without delay. Notice is hereby given,
that all Notes and Accounts nnot settled dumring
Court, will be giveu out to an Officer for col.
E. PENN, Agent.
F~eb.28 1849. tf 6
POSITIVELY TH E LAST CALL.
ALL; persons indebted to the late firm of
DUNBAR & BURNSIDE-, either by
ntole or open account, ate reqauested to call
ad make paymnent oan or before the 1st day of
August next; alter that period they will find all
clanms daue nu, ina the hands or proper officers
for collectioni, withoutt discriminiationa.
DUN BAR & BU RNSIDE.
H amburg, May 22, t 19
LL persons inalebted to the estate or La
Acob Pow, Deceased, wdll plehse to tall
and ettle immnediately, and those who are cred..
iets are requested to make known their claims,
1I. R. SPANN, Adm'r.
Many23, - t 18
00 '~kd LBS. Choice LEAF LARE
~ ~F.F~V For sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
H amburg, June 9, 1849. 4t 21
New Blacksamth Shop.
vu HE SarbscribOey having proenred the ser
.vices of Hamapton, a Blacksmith wel
knownf in this community, is prepared to receivi
all or'ders in this line of besiness.
aShop opposite Dr. Johnson's hLot
E. J. MIMS.
Feb~h14 - f ~. 4.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. -
B virtue of sundry write of Seri facias
to me directed, and by the written
consent of all.parties concerned. I will pro
ceed to sell in the Town (or Hamburg, on
i Tuesday the 24th of July next, the fat,
lowing property in the fullowing cases, *iz:
The Bank or tiamhurg, South Carolina
vs Thomas Kernaghan, one negro man
Ben, and three unimproved Lots in the
Town or Harnburg. known as Lots No.
89, 90, and 91, on Tillbnan and Alechanie
Streets, adjoining a lot belonging to John
The Bank of Hamburg, South Carolina '
vs Thomas Kernaghan and Wm. Garrett,
a tract of land containing 117 acres. known
as the residence of the defendant Thomias
Kernaghan, adjoining lanels of Mrs. Car
ter, H1. L. Jeltrs, end others ; the Brick
Store House and Lot in H amburg, oced,
pied at preseitt hy Charles Hammond, on
Centre Street, No. 108. having fifty feet
front, running back 200 feet; Lot No. 107,
adijoining the last mentioned Lot on Centie
Street, 50 feet front and running back 200
feet; also, the Ware House lot, in rear of
the two last named Lots, fronting on Me.,
chauic and Tillman Street, having 100
feet on Cobb Streeti the Lot "iOw occupied
by Jeffers & Cothran on the corner of
Cobhh Street, having fifty feet front od
Centre Street, running back 300 feet.
Also, the fullowing negroes, viz: Patsey,
and her two children, Jane nod Harriett,
Sally and her six children. Lydia, Roberts
Jenny, Fanny, Ruse, and Maria, Harriet,
Bob, and Isaac.
S. CHItISTIE, s. E. 0. -
June 20. 1849 51 22
State or South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Ryan, .
Ads. Ca. S4.
. J. RYAN, who has been ttrrested by
e and is now in the custody of the Sier
il of Edgefield District, by virtue of a Writ of
Cajpins ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of Rich.
and Fowke, having filed his petition with a
schedule on oath of his whole estate and effects,
for toe purpose of obtaining the benefits of the
General Assembly of this State, dotmmonly
called the Insolvent Debtors Acts. On motion
of Mr. Atkinson, Attorney for Defendant, pub'
lic not'ce is hereby given, that the petition of
the said B. J. Ryan, will be heard and con
sidered in the Court of Common Pleas, for.
Edvefield District, at Edgefield Court House
on the first dlay of October next, or dn such
oither days as the Court may order during the
term, commencitng on the first Monday in Octo
tier next; and all the creditors of the said B. J.
Ryan, are hereby sninmdned either personally
or by Attorney, then and there itn said Court
to shoW cause ifany they can, *hy the ben
of the Acts aforesaid, should r.ot lie granted
tlh said B. J. Ryan, and he be dischi-ged
coinfinement. upon his execut'ag the
ment required by said Act.
T. G. BACON, c. .
Clerk'i Office, June 16, 1849.
Jtie 20 3rd
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Netb York City June 131849, 2
*' Editors'giving this advertisement entire,
two conspicaotts insertions; shfall be entitled to
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State of Scouth Carolina.
Lucy' Reisi -
Wyatt Homes, John Jones, BilJfor elscease.
Datniel Prescott, Lewis Hal- r ad Relief.
IT appearing (o my satisfaction that Ed*ard
0. Hallowsy and Thomas 0. Haflodsp,
two of (lie defuendaats in this case, reside f'tom
and beyond (he limits of this State. On mo..
tion of Mr. Yarncey, Plainfifi' Solicitor. .ft is
ordered that thme stud Defenidati do appear -
and answer plead or demtnrto the compleatt
said bill of complaint, withtin three taonths fronat
the paablication heredf', or the said'bitl will be
takena yro . of-so. aguinst themu .t~~
CommissionEr's Office May 24th 1849.
May 30, i o 19
State of South C'alina.
EDG EELD DIST RICT.
IN THE COMilOI0' PLEAS.
WValker & Oradford, )Declaratiosa
Walker & Bradford, )Dedasazion -
.' . ins
R. S. Roberta. Aacmet..
T1 H E Plaintifis in the above cases ievisi&
this day filed their Decaraio'ris in my -
Office and the Defandanat hoving iielther wife
nor attorney, known to reside within'h limeltit,
of tItis State, on whom ii copy of said.Deelaral'
tions witir a rule to 'plead catn te''.urved ,ron:
motion of Mr. M'.grath; Atterney f~r- Pai
tiffs, ordered thit-said Defendant appear anii
plead to saidt heclarationis wkthin as ialn-atd a
dgy from th'e date hteeof, or int defka t tboreofE,
.judgetment will he oaaenered'agsinist-iini. -
T, G. BACON, 0. LD
Vlerk's Office. May 2td-1849.
j. A N? IN ST OR$E.
~ ~ O*LBS. CHOICE CODN.
.ItP~P TRYCURED BACON .
at'8 cents Cask. -
-BLAND &: BUTLER:E