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RIOT IN PHILADELPHIA.
Vrom the Philadelphia American, wo
%ke the following connecied accouit of th
terrible and deadly feuds between certai
of the firemen in that city, and their vil
lainous aiders and abettor., which led it
such bloody and hatuI results on Sunda;
The lawless spirit which has held almos
complete sit-ly in Moyamensing. fir the
last six weeks, .ind which, on the,Sabbath
has exhibi'ed itself in stch a degree as it
make it necessaly to close plaes of public
worship, in order 10 ave the members o
the congregalion fIbin insult and cutrage
has kept that section of Philadelphia in ;
constant state of alarm and excitemen
since Saturday evening ; and on Sunda:
the District witnessed a terrible riot. at
tended with bloodshed, and the loss of lire
Since the lost firemnen's psrade, a feu
has existed between the Moyamensing ant
Franklin hose companies, tiwo of the ms
active associations of firemen in that par
of the town. This feud has grown fron
had feeling to open and bitter hostility, ant
there have recently been frequent bellige
rent collisions between the members an<
adherents of the two companies. Among
the adherents of the Moyamensing Hose
are the gang of "Stiigers," that .so un
blushiogly and outrageously ditgrace the
district. This gang are ever plotting mis
citief of the worst character.
On Saturday evening about ten o'clock
ditring in alam of fire, caused by the sliil
burning of the roof of an old frame honse
in Spruce-Sivecm, below Ninth. the Frank
lin Ilose Company was assailed at TeIntl
and Snippen stmeets, where brickbats vere
showered and pistols fired. At the time o
this riotous affair, the wife of the R ev. Mr
Montgomery. Rector of All Saints Chturclh
mid the wife also of the Rev. Mr. Ogilby
of Ascension Church, both narrowly cca.
ped being prostrated n ith missiles, just a:
they were entering itheir own doors.
About 2 o'clock the carriage of the
Franklin was taken out by the nethers
on hearing an alarm 'of tire up totn
About daybreak, as 1] of the member:
were returning home in charge of the car
riage, they found themselves waylaid. a
the corner of 121h atd South stieets
where they were fired on and assailed with
missiles by a party oh 50. Some of thetn
,were injured, and, overpowered by ntim
bers. they had to run for their lives. leaving
beir carriage in the hands of their bas<
.carriage was taken by the captors
o the immediate neiglborhoot
imiens:ng Hoso house, where
'pped off, and one sectior
a carriage was then run
W Washington street
led into the Dela
it was shamefully
n. It %sa'
e water by
fo lr hu
et i thn
og gutns 0
d tose no
-~~ olice and wa'eh
on the ground to see fair play
j~Iya! Ilurra, Franklin!"
'i'ithe notice was a seriotus call
ii'iog from the rioters themselves, o
7aigish hoax. desigtned as ai hit at thi
'graceful dloinigs in the District, antd like
w.iseg at thte conduct of its authorities, doe
A few minutes after noon there was at
alarm of fire, procetding from nome trivit
cause in the vicitnity of ['ighth and Fitz
water streets. Tm e Franklin mnember
-ran otut withI their newv carriage, tit wa
their old a pparatuis that was capturedl) an
at Ninth and Fitzwater streets they wver
met by an armed piarty. lFitzwater street, a
the Southerni cnd of hionaldson's Cemete
ry, was inistanmly turned itmo a battl
grounid, anti the scene that etnsued wa
awful. Several hundred rioters, ou bum
sides, were engaged in the melee, an'
there was a mob of a thotnsand person.
Pavements were torn up. the air was blac
wsith missiles, antd fire arms. te reports t
which were followed by shrieks amnd th
falliing of the wounded, were dischargei
in qutick succession. It wvas itnpossible t
tell how manty were injured.
A younig man, aged about 21 year.. a
adhereni of the F'ratklin, namned Alexari
tier Gillis, who livedi in Stewart atreet, an
worked in a brick yam d, was thmot dlead.
itn jusatice to the dleceased, it should b
stated that there was tno evidence wham
ever before the jury, utnder oath, that Gi'
lis was leading tin a molt ; almhough a nurr
ber of persons. including several of th
police of Moyamtentsing, declare that h
was an active rioter, antI that he fired
pistol three or four tinmes before he w
shot.--The part of the jtury's verdict thi
refers to his leading ton a moh is rather es
-tranrdinary, undler the circumstances.
The Sheriff had a large posse itn read
Desto act at-a moment's warning, in. th
event of any further demonstration of a rt
tous nature. The Mayor. too, bad t~
ivhtole of the city police in reserve, to ai
the Sherif', if required. The house of m0
Moyamensing Hmse was itn possession
the Sheriff, and that officer furnished
posse for the protection of the property
WVarrants have been issued for the og
prehension of the two-persous implicate
in the death of Gillis.
But I wo arrests took place, as far as s'
could learn. Ono was R. MeVe--he
saidl to be a cimy Iamp-lighter. Trhe othi
persoc arrested was a man nametd Greei
Yarierday morning Sheriff Lelar nat
a complaint to ,Judge Parsons aainst i
~'Mayor of the city. ihe Commissioersm
Southwark, antd the Commissioner.
Moyamensitng, for not furoishing the r
quisite police force which .he called for m
Sunday to supp~ress the riot.-lt is sa
they should have obeyed the Sheriff. TI
cases were not disposed of.
A man's discontent is his worst evil.
IOORS TO THrE LAMENTED DEAD.
The Charleston Mercurysays:-We learn
from Washington that by direction of the
President of the United States all the pub
lie officers were closed and draped in
mourniog on We dnesday. as a teptitnonia
of respect to the memory Ex-President
Polk. The following order was also issu
ed by the Executive, in pursuance of which
appropriate honors will be paid it each
of our military fosts, and on board of our
ships of war, immediately after it reaches
r "The PresiJent, with deep regret, an
nounces to the American people the death
of James K. PUlk; late President of tlte
United States, which occured at Nashville
on the 15th instaut.
"A nation is suddently called upon to
mourn the loss of one, the recollection of
whose lodd services in its councils will be
forever preserved on the tablets of history.
"As a mark of respect to the memory of
a citizen who has been distinguished by
the highest honors which his country could
bestow, it is ordered that the Executive
Mansion and the several departments at
Washington be immediately placed in
mourning. nnd all baisiness be suspended
..1t is further ordered that the War and
Navy Departnents cause suitable military
and naval honors to be piald. on this oc
casion, to the memory of the illustrious
dead. Z TAYLOR."
Washingtdd, June 19, 1340.
ILLISS AND DVATU OFMa. P OLK
We liid the following iciteresting details
of the illness and death of Mr. Polk, in
the Nashville True Whig of Tuesdaylasi :
Jamtes K. Polk, lute President of this
Reptblic, died in this city, as we barely
had titme to announce in our last; at about
5 o'clock on Frilay evening last, the 15th
intstant, lingering f.r about two weeks.
lis discase was of a chronic nature. hav
in- been troubled with it moro or less fbr
twenty-seven years; probably aztgravated
by the cholera epidemic which has been
rahin itn this city for time past. He re
tained his Conciousness, we learn. up al
most mo the moment ofhis dissolution. We
saw him at a period when his physicians
considered his case very titlcal. He hap
pened to hear that we were Aoitte to Co.
lunbia. when his good old mother resides,
and sent for us. Upon entering the room
he asked u- tit take a seat by his bedside;
he then proceeded iti a vesy calm, delibe
rate manner, to say that the ekhausted con
dition of his body was not alarming to him;
that he felt satisfied that his earthly ca
rree was fast approaching an end; that he
wished to send some word to his beloved
mother. who was so unwell, as he undet
stood, that it was probahle she might no!
be able it come to see him: he spoke C f
her and other members ofhis family most
affectionately; atong other messages de.
livered in the same calm, resigned tome, he
requAied us it tell his mother, thbt,
should they tint be permitted to meet on
earth agini. that he had an abiding hope
that through Divine mercy, they wold meet
Early in his sickness, we understand,
he connected himseif with the Methodist
.EFpiscopal Church. A funeral serman wvas
Idelivered by the Rev. J. B- MdcFrerrin, of
that church, andl his remains followed to
their resting platce by a large concourse of
cliizetns. He was inltrred with Mlasotnic
ceremionies, having been a tnemtber of
Mmisssrrt RfEsoLUTloss.-A large and
eethusiastic nmeetinig wvithout diistinestion of
-party, of the citizensa of P'anola county,
Mississippi, assembled at Panola C. H. CIn
the first day of the Circtuit Court, .May 1-4,
to respond to the Address of the Southern
Oelegates ini Congress to their constituenis
of the South, tad unanimoausly adopted
the followving Resolutioni I
1. That the Address of the Southern
Delegates to their constituents containis no
statement butt wvhich we believe to lie sus
tainedl by facts. and that wve heartily con
cur in its tone and sentiment.
2. That we cordially atpprove the con
dut of our delegates from Mississippi, in
allising their signatures thereto.
3. That in our opinion a ecnvention of
the Southern Stntes shouild immiediately
take place; and we will a'ide the action
Cf soch Convention.
4. That the passage by Congress of any
law prohibiting our emigration w ith slaves,
to any Territory of the United States
South of the Missouri comnpromnise line, or
upon the p)assage by Congress by any lawv
abolishing slavery in the District of Co
lumbia, that we will juin arms with Vir-,
ginia and the other saiveholding States in
5. That this mteeting is irrespective ol
patty. and that wo will vote for no mart
1for any ofice. Federal or State, whose
views are niot coincidentt with oti own.
-MAINI'. LEGIsLATUaE.--In the M~ainie
H-ouse oh Representattives, on Wednesday~
la-t, the followinig resolve was passed by
112 yeas to 14 nays:
eKWhereas. The people of Maine regard
slavery with feelings of profound abhor.
rence, as conflicting with the great primec
s pies of Freedom and Free Govertment,
detrimental to political progress anti oughi
not to be upheld or sanctionted in the capt
tilof our glorious Union, the verjy Sanc
toary of iberty, therefbre.
eResolvecd, That ourjsenators antd Rep
resentatives in Congress be reqnest ed to
use iheir utmost influence to abolish slave
ry and the slave trade in the District ol
tfColumbia, by all Constitutional means.
oUSEn OF SULPnUa.-Onte fact is worth
dzntheories, especially on matters con.
nected with the preservation, of humat
life. In Chicago they are using sulphu
din cholera cases with great success, admin
isteredl accordling to the following prescrip
.ton of Dr. Bird:
5 CuotLEA SPitctytc.-one part o
rpulverized charcoal to four parts of sul
phttr. One dose of four grains uniformil:
checks. preuoonitory symptoms, such a
pain, slight diarrhea, &cc. The same dos
-repeated every three or font hTour,. amel
ieates the patient's coniditiotn at once, atu
when ueed,-in a few hours, eatirely dis
pates cholera symptoms."
-A Go 'UN.-Why is a kiss like
rumor T Because ii passes from nouti
Murder and Robbery.-Antther terrible
outrage has been committed in Past Flor
ida. Cornelius Rain. of Algchua tountY,
has been killed in cold blood, and his house
deliberately plundered by his fiendish as
sassins. We clip the folloewing notico
for the Jacksonville Republican
" We learn that another murder nas
committed in Alachua county last weeka
Mr. Cornelius Rain, a man .of property,
was heard to say that he intended to bid
for a family of negroes whicht were sooin to
be sold. He afterwaids -eturned home,
and on perceiving two men ride towards
the house, apparently friendly, he advanced
to meet ihen. As he came up, one of the
men shot him dead. The daming villains
.hen pdssed him,and entered his dwelling,
and although Mr. Ruin's wife and family
were presPnt, they robbed the house of the
sunt of $4,000, and then fled. They were
not recogiiized, and had not been taken at
the last accounts."
Minesota, *as duly oraanis.ed as a Ter
ritory by poroclamatiun of Gov. Rainsey,
dated June 1.
By the Rev. Mr. Reed, on the 21st mnbl. at
Rose Lands, I. G. .51. DeNMvANT, ite Lt.
Col. Palmetto Regiment, to Miss ELLEN S. only
daugtler of Col. Whitfield Brooks.
Physiciai.rescribe DR. ROGERS' LIV
ERVORTlJ AND TAR in the last stages
and the inort hope'ess cases of CONSUM P
TION, after dlI other medicines have failed, as
it has pro'ved itself to be the most extranrdiinry
medical aid in curing that disease. Now this
medicine is a. valib!e in the inc'pient stage.,
such as C(iUGH, COLDS, &c , when the
LUNGS are not too far gone bsefore ulceration
takes place. It is seldom or ever known to
fail in breaking up the most distressing Cough
or Cold in a few hours time, if the directions
are strictly roloWed. The GENUINE DR.
ROGERS' LIVERWORT!i AND TAR,
which makes so any wonderfut cres, is for
sale by J. D. CHASE.
Juno 27, 1849.
Now is the time to purify the blood of mor
bid huonrs, and prepare the system by appro
priate rehiedies, to withstand the debilitating
effects of the approachinig warm weather
RISLEY'S SARSAPARILLA is one of the
best alteratives that can be used, and as an
invigorater and purifyer of the BLOOD, it
Conipnre the directions and observe that
Risley's Sarsapatilla is FOUR T1I3ES THE
STRENGTH ofany other, in Large Bottles.
Sold in Angnsta, by HILANaso, R.t-LIY,
& Co., and in Charleston by i1sVILAD, An
RAL. & Co., importers and Wholesale dealers
in Drngs, Medicines, Paints. &c. Also, sold
in this place by V. L. PENN,
Prine One Dollar. AOENT.
M ay 30. 2m 19
Duller Lodgie Ndo. 17.
L. @, G. 3?.
(Q* Regtilar meeting of this Lodige will
he held on Mntday evenmnc next at S
o'clock, E LBERTr BLAND, Sec'.
June27 it 2
T IIERE will be a protraetd Meeting at the
Mt. Tlabor Church~h commencing~ ont Satuir
dnty butfote the third Stnoday in Aungust nerxt.
Mintistering brethren are earniestly solicited to
EUGENE BURT, c. c.
Jnne 27 . tf 23
VoRt SALE AT
ANODYN~E CORDIA L. an er~cellent reme
dy for Diarrhoea and Dysentrv-no fin
ily should be without it in these Cholerir timnes.
JOHN D. CHASE, Mt. D.
June 27, if 23
Cheaper than Ever.
B ROWN HOMESPUN 25 yds. for $1.
Bleched do 21)" fot
4.4 Shirting, 8. 10, and 1d " for "
New Styles Furanituie Prints, 20 yards
Blue Twill and Striped Homespun, for
Servanuts, l0ets. per yard,
8.4 Table Diutper, (Cattlon)'25cts. per vd.
8-4 Brown Linen Table Cloths, $1.75 a
0..4 Colored Table Cloths, $1 ,50 a pair.
Huackiaback and Bird Eye Diaper, 16cts,
Ladies Night Caps (Nett) -anly -10cts. lper
Ball Cord, 3 doz. in a Box, 25cts. per box.
'rpes and Braids all widths, 126 pr. dnz.
Ladies Light Colored Kid Gloves, 50cts.
Ladies F'renched wotked Collars very low.
SSewing Silk. Neck Ties, ill colors.
Furnitnre Vringes (18 yrds.) 50cts. anid
*$' on2 per tpiece
Dress Prints of the latest styles, at prices
ranging from 63 tip.
Together with ia large assortment of Ladies
DRIESS GOODS. such as Colored Mastin
(yard wide) from l24cts.nup, Piain .4wiss Book
and Jaconiet .Muslin. Checked and Plain Caim.
brics. all of which we will sell equally as low,
as above mentioned, at
R. CAUSSE & CO'S.,
Cheap Cash Store.
June 27, if 23
DFh.G. G. BIRD, respectfully offers his
U Professionatl services to te Citizens of
Edgefield and its vicinity.
Offree opipouite Compty's Hotel.
May 9, if 16
DR- E. F- TEAGUTE
R)ESPECTFULLY offers his professiona
Lserv ices in the practice of Medicine. Sur..
erand Obstetries, to the Citizens of Edge'
fedVillage anti vicitnity. Oflice in the Drug
Istore of Drs. Bland. Teague & Co.
SMay 9, if 16
Spun Yarn, Feath~ers and Flour.
90 BuchesSpun YA RN..
250 lbs. New FEATH ERS,
20 Bhs. superfine FLOULt,
Just received send for sales by
June 13, G. IL. PENN, Agent.
A Apply at this office.blncofteel
June 27, if 23
C nrAHLZsto, Juie 18tht, 1849.
ORtDER NO. 5.
1-E following Itegime nt, will parade for
. ReViewnod Drill, at the times and pla-.
The 10th Reeiment of Infantry at Richard
sons. on Tuesday the 31st or July next.
The 7th Regiment at the Old Wells, on
Thursday the 2d of August next.
The 9th Regiment at LoWe's. on 'Tuesday
the 7th of August.
The 2nd Regiment of Cavalry, at Long
Myers. on Thursdiny the 9th of Angnst.
The 8th Regiment or Infantry, at Morrow's
Old Field on Saturday the IIth'of Angnst.
The ith Regiment at Lommax's, on Tuesday
the 14th of Augdst.
The 4th Regiment near Verrenne's, on
Thursday the 10th of Angust.
The 42d Regiment, at Miiton-s. on Satur
day the 18th or August.
'l'he 2d Regiment, at Hall's, on Tuesday the
P'st of August.
The 5th Regiment, at 11 rnters, on Thursday
the 23J of Anignsi.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry, at Pickens
ville, on Saturday the 25th of August.
The 3rd Regiment of 1rifantry, at Toney'b
old store, on Tneedny the 28th of August.
The Ist Regiment, at Denton's,, on Friday
!he 31st of Angmst.
The Coinmmissined and non-commi4sioned
Officers, will assemble the day previus to the
review of their several Regiments. oni their re
spectivO parade grounds, for drill and instruc
An inspection of Arms of ercry company. will
tike place immediately after the review of
''he Maj..r General will, with iistaff. ntiid
the leviews, also, the Brigadier Generals, with
their stuffs, in their respective Brigades, and
are rurther chaiged with the extenSion of this
By order of the Commander-in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY, Adj't. & Insp. Gen't.
June 27th 1849. tf 23
[E7 Abbeville, Anderson. Pendletmn, Pickens
and Greenville papera will copy until reviews.
WIVES, LIQUORS, &c.
o BA RRELS New Orleans WHISKEY,
10 Barrells Monongahela
10 " Fank's old Rlye
5 " "Mountaiii Dew"
10 . "' New EngLd RUM,
j Pipe Jamien "
1 -- St. Croix
5 Barrels American GIN,
I Pipe Holland "
5 Pipes COGNAC BRANDY. vaRinus
10 Qr. Pipes.Madeira and Teneriffe WINE,
5 " " Port and Sherry "
5 " Sweet AIlainga -'
j ' " While Muscat "
3 Barrels A-LCOHOL, high proof,
5 " Amefiien BRANDY,
10 " Cider VINEGAR,
5 Half Pipes W- Vine Vinegar,
5 Casks L'aido :PORtTlElt, qiirts & pints
5 Barrels COLtD1ALS
2 - 5-iiiih Syrup,- &c. &c.
sir BOTTL S
Madeira Wine, Port Wine, Sherry Wine.
Lemnu Syrup. inaspbury Syiiiy, Sirnwb,,ry
Syrup. Giniger Syrupi, French Cordials, &c.
For sale by -
Hamburg. Jun.23d, 1849. 4t 23
Edgeild Male Academy.
T H lE exercises of this iNSTITUTION,
wvill be res,.rmed on3 Monday the 23rd
T EfuAis OF TUriaoN. from $6 to $9. per fanar..
tr of 11 week,,, payable in atdvanci.e.
June20, 1849 - . 2t 22
T HE1 Suhsciibtr wishuiin to leave this
place, uflers for sale hiiil h ose and Lot
situated in Pottfraville. Also 135 neres of land
six miles fromi Edgefieldi Court H ouse, lying
on the Ahheville rond-also a first rate Cow:
and Calf, with other property ntot mentioned.
S. CLA RK.
Jnne 20, uf 2~2
A N invoice of Glents Black Silk Hats of
the latest fashion, which will be sold Ilow
at R. CAUSSE ir CO'S.
Cheap Cash Store.
June 20 . ~tr 23
Baron & Lard.
C HlOCE Lot ri Couintry H A MS for stile
at the Snhscr ibers residence ; also a choice
lot of Lear LA RD.
J. H. HOLLINGS WORTH.
Jutne6- 3r 20
ALL, persons inditbted to Whitman R. Hill
ADeceased, are hereby notified to make
payment. and all personshaving claims agantst
said Decensed will fender themi in properly at.
tested. Williangt M. H ill is appointed my Agent
dnring my abseflce frosm the District.
T. S. DAN1E L, Adtn'r.
A pril 0, tf 15
Lands for Sale.
T H E Subscriber nifers for sale a valuable
tract oif land, lying seven miles West of
Edgefield C. H., on the A bbeville Rad, con-i
taning 451) acres, 250 of whic1: are in wioods.
The cultivated larids are well improved, and
there is a good Dwelling.homuse, wvmth all ne..
cessary ouit hon'ses on the premises, ini good
repair. Tertms favorable for the purchaser
r ri 11, 3m -12
- DRUG AND GENF.RAL
T11IE Subscriber iefortns hiis frienda..and
the puhlic, that as Agent for a few frienids
who have engagedl him to do butsiness for them.
he wvill keep ota hand itt the Post Office, a full
sippff~ of articles as above, whith li0 will sell
cheap for cash.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Feb.7, - i
3 BARRI'.LS STONE LIME, in fin
For sale by - H. A. KF.NRICK.
H amberg, Jutne 9,3849, &t 2
S i ~hbLBS.-Choice Comrr BA
,3I.qYCON, SIDES, H AMiS, &
SfOULDERS. For sale low for enah, by
-H. A. KENRICK.
Hamfurg, June 9, 1849. 6t 21
T WELVE or Mfeen liikely yoang Negroe
I.sold for no fault. Apply to the Editor o
7th REGIMENT, S. C. M.
MILLvJLLE, June 20th 1840.
T HE Upper BDnttalion of this Regiment,
will appear at the Pine Hinse ont abir
day the 7th of Jntly next, for Drill anm Review.
Officers and non-commissioned Officers. (m
cluding Staff.) on the day previous for Drill
The Lower Battalion will appenr at the
Cherokee Ponds on Saturday the 14th July
next. for Drill and Review.
Officers and non-coommissioned Oflicer-; (in
cluding Staff.) on the day prerious for Drill
Lient. Cil. Colenful and Capt. Shaiw, coin.
maniding Lower Battalion, are charged with
the extension of this Order to their respective
commands. By order of
Col. G. D. MIMS.
S. B. GRtFFIx, Adj't.
June 20, 3t 21
: 'The Hamburg Republican will copy
Jist Received at
At Reduced Prices.
AYNES' Americanti Hair Dye.
" Tonic Vermifcege,
Mnyleys American "
Thmp.,ons Celebrattod Eye Water.
Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort,
lfisley's Compound Extract f Bneh,
Syrupof Pink Rout,
Gelatine.Cupsules or Copniva.
S " of Ciibehs and Copaiva,
From 10 to .17 cetts per Box.
Stimulative Ac'hesive Salve,
Greeni Adhesive Plaster,
For Pains, Wonnds, Corns &c.
Scarpa's Compound Acoustic Oil.
Strengthening Plasters from 12A tip 50 cents.
Peter's Pills, Lee's Winiham jilts, acid other
Medicaments, too numerots to mention.
by J. D. CHASE, M1. D.
June 13 tr 21
T HE Cupartnership heretidu're existing
hetween the suhscribers tnder the firn
of KENRICK & THAYER, was dissolved
lst. imt. by mitial consent. The iame tot the
firm will be used 6y either partner in liqeittion.
H. A. KENRICK,
H. B. TH AYER.
June 0 1849, 4t 20
T HE ndersigned having purchased the
. interest of 1-1. B. THAYra, in the late
firm of KfENiCtCK & THAYER, will can
tinie the business at the old stand on his own
ecomsit, and respectfully solicit* the patrotagr.
of the late firn.
H. A. KENRICK.
H amburg, Juine 6 1849, tf 20
Economy is Wealth!
HE Subscriber most tespecfully informs
his friends and the public genera!ly, that
e has located himself at Edgetield C. House,
(next door to Mr. Refo's Tin Shop and op
posite the Spann Hotel,) for the purpose of
xarry on the
Cabact Making 4- Repairing Business,
in all of its various branches,. He feels con
fident in giviug entire satiafaction to those
who may favor him with a call.
N. B.-FutNERALS furnished at the shart
st notice and on~ accommodating terms.
March 2d, 1849 3m 10)
oarding for Young Ladies.
rI H E Subscuiber will ne'comatmodate with
jboarding, eight or ten Young Ladies. His
ooase is roomiy a ndl p leasantly sittateal, conve
ient to the Femntlo Academies. Parenta and
Guardi:sns may be assured chat every nttention
nccessary will be paid to Girls comomitted to
his ure.EDM UND PENN.
May 2, tf 1
THE Stibscrmber oiffer for tsale her HousE
aned L.OT about .j of a udile from Edge
fild C. HI. lyinig ons the road leaditng from
Egefiel C. H. tn Cuahimbia, and containing
tnmr acres ; also all that tract of land contain
in: 3200 acre's, situate about three miles from
Edgelield Village. For terms apply to the sub
June 6 140 7mt 20
NOTI1 1C E.
Tl1E ttndersigned as Assignee nf Fdnreus
.Upson, gives notice to all persotes havineg
claims agatinst the said Muarens Upson, and
who are willing to take tinder the assigntnent,
to renider in their ,-laims5 by thce sixth day of
Agust neest, All persons inedebted toe the said
Mecus Upson, are regntested to nmake immne
SAMUEL STEVENS, Assignee.
March 7 1840. 5m*e 7
eCIRCUMSTANCES reguiring that the biu
siness of G. L & E. Penn should be set,
tIed tip without delay. Neitice is hereby given,
that all Notes aned Accouncts neat settled clnring
Court, will be giyen out to atn Officer for col
lectoetiE. PENN, Agent.
Feb. 28 1840. tf Ii
POSITIVELY TH E LAST CALL.
ALL persons indebted to the late ftrmn of
ADUNBAR & BURNSIDE, either by
noie or open neeotnnt, are regnestcd to call
and make patytment oct or before the 1st day of
Aigust next; alter that period they will find all
claims unte u, in the hands of proper officers
for collectiont, withiout discrimi nationt.
DUN BAR & BUJRNSIDF.
Hamburg, Mauy 29, Gt 19
LL persons inelebted to the estate of Ja
Acob Pow, Deceased, will please to eali
and settle imiunediately, and those who are cre'd..
itots are requested to miake known, their claims.
H1. R. SPANN, Adtm'r.
Many23, t 18
OO -~ LBS. Choice LEAF LARE
5 ~ For stale by
HI. A. KENRICK.
H amburg. June 9, 1849. dt 21
Necw Blacksmith Shop.
V H E Su~bscribOY having proenred the ser.
.vices of Hamspton, a Blackstnith wel
knowtn int this committity, is prepared to receive
all orders in this line of bnsiness.
Shop opposite Dr. Johnson's lot.
E. J. MIMS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
B virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias
to me directed, and by the written
consent of all.parties concerned, I will pro
ceed to sell in the Town of Hamburg, on
Tuesday the 24th of July next, the fal
lowing property in the following cases, Az:
The Bank of 1lamburg, South Carolina
vs Thomas Kernaghan, one negro man
Ben, and three unimproved Luts in the
Town of Harhurg. known as Lois No.
80, 90, ,md 91, on Tilliman and MAechanie
Streets, adjoining a lot belonging to John
The Bank of Hamburg, South Carolini
vs Thomas Kernaghan and Wn. Garrett,
a tract of land containing 117 acres. known
as the residence of the defendant Thohias
Kernnghan, adjoining Ian-is of Mrs. Car
ter, 11. L. Jell'rs, und others ; the Brick
Store House and Lot in Hamburg, ocela
pied at presetat by Charles Ilammniond, on
Centre Street, No. 108. having fifty feet
front, running back 200 feet; Lot No, 107,
il'joining ilte last mentioned Lot on Centrs
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
chanic and Tillman Street, having 100
feet on Cobb Street; the Lot nov occupied
by JetTers & Cothran on the corner of
Cohh Street, having fifty feet front od
Centre Street, running back 300 feet.
Also. the following negroes, viz: Patsey,
and her two children, Jane nnd Harriett,
Sally and her six children. Lydia, Robert4
Jenty, Fanny, Rose, and Maria, Harriet,
Bih, nnd Isnac.
S. CH RISTIE. S. E. 0.
June 20. 1849 5t 22
State oS South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Ryan,
Ads. Ca. St.
B. J. RYAN, who has been hrrested by
ED nnd is now in the custody of the Sher
itF of Ed~gfield District, by virtue of a Writ of
Capia ad Satisftaciendum, at the suit of Rich
ard Fowke, having filed his petition with a
schedule on oath of his whole estate and effects,
for ine pturpnse of obtaining the benefits of the
General Assembly of this State, dotanonly
called the Insolvent Debtors Aitm. Ot motion
of Mr. Atkinson, Attorney for Defendant, pub
lic notice is hereby given, that the petition of
the said B. J. Rynn, will be heard and con
Midered in the Court of Common Pleas, for
Edgefield District. at Edgefield Court House
fit the first day of October next, or on such
other days as the Court ntay order during the
tertn, comnenciig on the first Monday in Octo.
her next; antd all the creditors of the said B. J.
Ryan, are hereby summoned either persotnally
or by Attorney, then and there in said Court,
to show cause ifany they can, why the beneftd
of the Acts aforesaid, should r.ot lie granted
the said B. J. Ryan, and he be dischariged fro
confinement. upon his executng the ass
tmtent required by said Acts.
T. G. BACON, c. z;
Clerk's Office, June 16, 1849.
Jt tte 20 3i
Prize Temperance Story, Na
Ready-Price 25 Centg.
Ou' Palernal E~tample
BY aiRs. c. W7. DEntsoN.
T H IS is one of the most touching delin
tionis of the subtle andi sure wori-klg Utf:
wine; drinking upott famnily charnatet and htap
pintess which has yet been issued from the press.
Gertrtude Russel is a profomnd and searchittg
appeal to all the better sensib'iliiius of oot na.'
ture. Itis nto ephemeral. batclh, penny perfor
umance, and will be read with pleasure and
profit by every one capablc of appreciating
home joys or of mourning over the infljetnces
which btightt sind blast them..
Gertrudo.Russel was origittdlly jinblished int
The New York Orgndi, atnd edst thte publihbers
of that paper, $100. It is tnow ready in a beasu.,
tiful book of 64 large octavo pages well printed
ont finme pntper, and illntetrated by
Twelve Original Engravings.
The circulation of thtis great rtory must do
mutch good. Price 25 dent--or five copies for
'! rders post paid, enclosinig the Cult,
ny noe tussed to
OLIVEIt & BROTHER,
Amesrican Temnperance RtepoSitory.
Neil York City, June 131849, 2t 21
*/' Editors'giving thts advertisement entire,
tw#o conspictonis insertions, sifall be entitled to
six cuptes of thte work.
State of! Sduth Carolina.
Wyatt H1omnes, John Jones, Billfor bicost.
Daniel Prescott, Lewis Hal- ry and Relief.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that Edward
0. Hallowey and Thomas 0. Hallo~sf,
two of the defetndantts in this case, reside from
and beyond the linits of this State. On mo..
tiont of Mr. Yanacey, Plaintifi's Solicitor. It ta
ordered thtat thme sul Delermdatifs do appear
and answer plead or demur to the complainants
said bill of complaint, withtin three mnonths fron'
the puablication htereof, or the said'bill will be
tatkent pro .conafe-so. against them. . .
8. S. TOM PKINS. c. a .n
CommissionEr's Oflice; May 24th 1849.
May 30, ha _ 19
State of South Carelina.
EDG EFIBLD DIST RICT.
IN THE COMMlON PLEAS.
WValker & Bradford, Declarationi
's. 5 in
R. S. Roberts. Aiuachsmnt.
SWalker & Bradford, )Declaaion
R. S. Robertsi. Auachmeng.,
rE' H E Plaintifis ini the above cases laying
U.this day filed their Dectarneos in my
Omlc and the Defandantt hoving neither wife
nor attorney, knaownt lo reside within thme limt.
of titis State, on whom ii copy ot said Deelarak
tions witir a rule to 'plead can be served r on:'
motion of Mr. M'agrath; Attorney for Plbin
tifrs, ordered th-1t said Defendant appear and
plead to said Declarations within a-ycar-end a
day from th'e date hereol, or int defatalt thereof,
judgeteerat wvill be ruanderedl ageintsthitn.
T. G. BACON, o. :. D
Clerk's Offce. May 21d-1849.
,May 30. 1849, ' ly
' Juis Received
.AND> IN STORE,.
~ 9O LBS. CHO!C~E COEJN:,
TRY CBRED BACOW,.
at 8 cents- Cask.
- BLAND & BUTLER.