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THE MAIL. MATTER. t - .
The Washiniuon Unioizquotes withip
proval the fdllowing extract from the Sev
enth Annual Message - of Gen. Jackson,
.Decenber 2, 1835. -
It will form a onod 'pterelent for Gen.
Taylor in'his next Annual iessage.
The evil- has increased, is increasing,
and mroust .be dininished-peaceably if
possible-forcibly, if inevitable. .General
lu connexion with these provisions in
relation to the Post Otfice. Departenut, I
miust also invite your attention to the
painful excitement proiced tin-the South
bv attempts to cir:ulato through the mails
.infammatory.-appeals to the passions of
the slavcs, in prints and in various sorts
of publications. calculated to stimulate
them to insurrection, and, to produce all
the horrors of n servile war.
"'There ts, doubtless, no respectable por
tion of our countrymen. who can-be s! far
misled as to feel any other sentriment than
that of indignant regrot at conduct so des
tructive of the harmony and peace of the
country. and so repugnant to the princi
pIes of our national compact and to the
dictates of humanity and 'roligion. Our
happiress and prosperity essentially de
pend upon peace within our borders; peace
depends upon the maintenance, in good
faith, of those comprotnises of the consti
tution upon which the .Union is founded.
It is fortunate for the country that the
good sense, the generous feeling. and the
deep-rooted attachment of the people of
the unn-slaveholding States to the Union,
and to their fellow-citizens of the same
bloond in the South, have given so strong
and impressive a tone to the sentiments en
tertained against the proceedings of the
misguided persons niho have engaged in
these uricontitutional and wicked attempts,
and especially against the emissaries from
foreign parts who have dared to interfere
in this maiter, as to authorize the hope
tbat-those attempts will no longer be per
sisted in.' But if there expressions of the
public will shall not be sufficient to effect
so desirable n re.-at, not a doubt can be
enterraited that t he non-slnveholding states,
'so far from countenancing the slightest in
terference with the constitutional right of
the South, will be prompt to exercise their
'authority in suppressing, so far as in them
lies, whatever is calculated to produce
In leaving the care of other branches of
-this interesting subject to the State au
thorities,, to whom 'hey properly belong, it
-is nevertheless proper for Congress to
take such measures as will prevent the
"Post Otfice Department. which was de
signed to foster an amicable iitercourse
and correspondence between all the mem
bers of the confederacy, ftotn being used
as w instrument of ai opposite character.
The general governmeat, to which the
:great (FUst is confided of preserving invio
'late the relation created among the States
by the constitution is especially hound to
-.ivoid in its own action anything that may
:disturb them. I would therefore call the
special attention of Congress to the suh.
jeet. and-respectfully suggest the propriety
of passing such a law as will prohibit,
.under severe penalties. the circulation in
the southern States thruigh the mnail. of
inceodiary publicaiotms intend-ed to insti
gate'the slaves to insurrection.
.1rcF.tDANT PRERnts.-The Post iMas
tens at WVarrenton and Cherokee H-eights'
-in this District havc forwantled to us sever
.al copties of these itnflamtitory appeals to
eur people, withI the inquiry what is to lie
.anne -with thema ? TJhe Committee of
Vidilance shouldi *hestir themselves andI
"edeaivir to smop these pa pers. The place
,frou'Whence 'hey emninate surely can lie
ttaCed out. ifSoutherni Posi Masters are
twue 1o the South. ir they tire despositetd
in Charleston, or pass through there, the
.olltcer in thh-n lacte mutst lie apprised ot
1the fact. if in Augusta the samne-all these
,papets that reach us come in -the Atugusta
qnail-how dlo they get into that tmail !
Are they put itt att that -plhtee; or do they
corde'fromn the North ot- West !? These
are itpirtantt qutesitons anti the correct
answ'er might aid much iot ferreting out.
-aot otly th~e starting ttointt, bunt the authetr.
-The'Post M aster Genernl sorely cantnot
'be appiised of the vaist numbers of the
papers that are ridinig the mail gratis, or
the would order th~emt stoppetd himsell if
he~ is honestly discharging his dtuties. TIhe
* Department is cheated out of hundreds anid
thousands of dlollatrs by the free paossage of
these vfle papers.-Abbeville J'annter.
MtroR's OFFiCi.-The following names
-of the miem'oers of the Ch~arlceston Comnpa.
~yof Voluatee-rs, attached to the Palmetto
Regiment-o!Southi Carolian, are itnscri'ed
'on Medals presented bty the City Council.
and fcrm the tunditstriiuied portion ; the
parties hieing abset from the city atid their
places of residence unoknow n, those initerest
-ed ivill please leave iniformiim at this
'office to whom they shall be delivered, or
- where sent. .
-W. J. Oswald.-Jas. T. L. Smith, Sam.
W. Alexander. Johno Bode. A'ugustus G.
Dukes, TP. G. Carn, Cor p'l. WV. L. Wil-.
kie, Corp'l Jas. F. Quinn, E. S. Mo~ry,
WVm. D. Gillison, Ephriatn W. Gilbert,
Niewstpapers in the itnterior will oblige by
pubilishinig tis notice.-Coutier.
Charleston, Auog. 16, 1849.
lier, who has paid conisiderablle attenition
to electric phenomnena, has brought to per.
fection ani apparatus. which, early as the
days of Franklin w as suggested bty some
of' the experimetaluists, by whose means
an electric shock can he conveyed att a
considerable distance, even thbrough a wvhole
linie of individuals. It is of so small a
compass that it cab lie carried in the ptc
ket; by means of a strinig thrown: from it
atmidst a flock of sheept, tevelwe fell dotwt.
As the shock may be so violent as to criuse
instantaneons death, without the - hand of'
the perpetrator being visible or rechognisa
ble, the discotrery is rather a mischievous
than a useful otte.
Nr~w Co'T-ro.-The Constitutionalist
of the 19th inst. says: The first biale of
the new crop, we undlerstanid 'vas receivedl
at Hamburg yesterday, from the planta
tion of Col. Bausket, and sold to Messrs.
Dunhar & Garmany. at 11 cents. The
qality ises'ul tn he good fain.
:' PMTHI . t oy*LStT GALLATI~.-lIe
died at tiejadvanced nle of nearly ninety
years.--H ei sa. at'e of Geneva, witz
erlandrhd' emiZraterd to this country near
the close of the Revoluti-onary -War. He
was one of the founders of the Old Demo
cratie Republican party, and signalized
himself in Congress as an opponent ul the
Administrations of Washington-and John
Adams. On the accea~ion of Jefferson to
the Presidency, Mr. Gallatin was made
Seere:nry of the Treasury, and retained
that office till 1813, when he vacated it to
take the appointment (from President
Madison:) of Commissioner to Seg tiate a
Treaty of'Peace with Great Br..
He was afterwards-Minister PI etpnten
tiary at the British Court. under appoint
ment from President Monroe.
This death adds another to the remar
kable -list of distinguished persons who
have deceased within tholast four months.
The country has held but few as eminent
either for statesmanship. -financial ability.
or varied learning. as Albert Gallatin
He has beet Presidentorthc.New-.York
Historical Society. ever since the decease
of Peter Augusta Jay. The Society will
at its next meeting take appropriate notice
of the event.
DISTURBANCE BETWEEN THE yEw9.
The Jews. or isaelites of St. Louis. have
had quite a disturbance among themselves
and an appeal is mnadeto the arm of the
law to settle their difficulties. They hd
a row in their synagogue a few days since.
and an action was brought for assault and
battery. The Republican says-:
"As usual there are tno p-trties-one
contending for a strict "bservance of the
form and ceremonials of Jewish worsdip,
and absolute conformity to all the requisi
lions of their creed; and the other. desiring
as much license as possible, both in !he
matter of eating prohibited meat at coff'ee
houses, and in keeping their stores and
places of business ope'n on Saturday. The
one party are inclined to carry out the
strict doctrines of their faith; the others
are indifferent about this matter, anmd hence
the strife which has arisen in the syna,
Hoa:BLE CAsE.-In the London Times
of the 2-1, we find. a voluminous report of
a trial of a woman named Mary Ann Geer
ing for depri'ving her hushand and two sons
of existence, ,and attempting the same
crime on the person of a third son.-and
all that the miserable wretch might obtain
from a Death Club the few paltry shillings
that remain over and above when the char.
ees of the burial had beet disbursed. A
darker picture of human depravity it would
be diflicult to parallel. Poison was the
means employed to consummate the deed,
and that the only object the murderess had
in view was the money accruing from the
Buriatl Club, is abundantly proven by the
evidence elicited on the trial. The jnry
were out only about ten minutes. when
they returned with a verdict ofguilly. after
which the judge put on the black cap and
passed sentonce of death upon the prisoner,
who was removed front the har apparent.
ly very little affected at her awful 'po'sition.
It is a very' cruel thing to accuse
an infant oft--emper." and by harsh sounds
and cross looks commence the terrible dic.
itlinte of Featr. True, in that little frame
and tormant mind there toay rest the seeds
of stormy paOssions~ andI,a dispositioni d illicult
to rule, hut in. the first months of life, de
pend utpnnt it, phtysical suffering is the only
cause offremlfulness. It is by this demtons
tram ion alone that a babe can express fa
tigue. ilness or discomfort. Rememnber
how a string too tight, over tmuch clothing.
or too little may distress it s fragile hotdy;
and the breath of a nturse who has eaten
oions or peppermint, or ay noxious footd,
will generally offentd the delicate sense of
amn infant, attd set it crying. Instead of
reproving thme little helpless creature for
retfultness, we should look upon it as
a distinct intimnatin that somecthing is
amiss, atnd examine artd inquire-accord
ingly. The instincts of children. like those
of animals, are infinitely less corruptted
har, ours; and for this reason, when infatncy
is past, it is very wrot.R to compel chibtiren
to partake of food which they positively
and decidcdly di-like
Tats RAv GIaR, -Ay, she is a happy
girl, we know by her fresh lotoks atnd hotuy
ant spirits. Day itt and daty out she has
somethinig to dIo, atad she takes hold of
work as if she did not fear to soil her handis
or dirty her apron. Such girls we love
and respect wherever we find thtent-in a
palace or a hovel. Always ptleasan! and
always kind, they never turn up their
nseshefore your race, or slanmder you be.
hind synur back. They have more good1
sense and better employment. What are
flirts and~ bustle bound girls itt comparison
with these 1 G~otod fur notinhing but to
look at; and that is rather disgusting. Give
us the industrious and happy girl, and we
nre not who worships fashtionable and
During one of the recent engagements
betweent thte Austrians and Hutngarians,
near Cominrn, a battle painter, named
Lalleman, was killed by a cannon shot
while lie w as takingf a sketch of the fight.
Church work goes on slowly.
Buller Lodge Neo. 17.
(Q Regular meeting of this Lodge will
his hteld on Monday evensng next at 8
o'clock, - F. H. W A R1L'AW, Sec.
Atugust 29 It 32
J ew Da vi-d .
With regard in the eillecaey of JEW DA
VID'S. or the H EBREW PLASTERS, nth-.
ing need be said, tts thtey carry with them their
ownt recommendation, and the price being so
remarkably low, is a sufficient inducement for
those afflicted to giva theirt a irial. The aigent
confident that by the great and inScreasing de
mand for these Plasters, the popularity which
they have obtained solely by their own merits,
and thte universal satisfactiott which thmey have
gien,- that they are decidedly supermor to any
other in use. See advertisemenbt in another
rTe genuine are for sale by
J ORN Dl. CG AS E.
E.t..ef.i.ld, CI An...... 1,1A49n i m 28
RISLEY'S VERMIFUGE OR COMPOUND
Syrup.fr Pink Root.
An etfectual WORM KILLER, perfectry
safe in, all Cases. It- operates gently: on --the
Bowels. nnd is so pleasant -that when chiidren
once get a taste, they cry for it.
Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retntihy
HAVILAND, RISLEY, &- CO.. Druggists,
Angusta. Also;sold by C. L.'PEN4; Agent,
Edgefeld, and by Country-Merchants generalj
ly.. Price 25c,. -
Adgu.t 1"1849 2m 28
FOR .SALE AT AUCTION!
NO WS THE TIME TO BUY MEDI
CINE &c. CH E4 P.
D R.. J.,D. CHASE, offers bid" "stock in
trade" for-sale on Monday next. Sept.
3rd, together with sundry artiels.of Household
and Kitchen frnituie, Books,'l'erfutmery. &c.
Terms of Saje--Five Dollars and under.
Cash-ovw Five Dollars. on a credit 'till 1st of
January, with note and approved security.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock.
N. .-All persons indehted to me. and all
to whom I am indebted. williplease call at the
' Captain's Office" and---immediately.
JOHN D. CHASE.
Edgefield, 29th June, 1649, It 31
HAMBURG, S. C.,
JOHN A. HOUSTON having taken the
above Establishment respectfully solicits
the patronage of his friends and the public gen
eraily. The building is at present undergoing
thorough repairs. Good STABLES and also
a LIVERY STABLE will be connected with
the HOTEL. The establishment will be open
ed on the ist of October next.
Angust 29. 1849. 3m '32
lEi' The Abtuuville Banner will please insert
for three Months and direct their account to J.
A. H nistor Hamburg. S. d.,
N Election will be held on the 2d Manfay
a in Septeniber next, for INTENDANT and
four WARDENs, rot the Town of Edgefield.
By order of Council.
E. J. MIMS, Clerk of Council
RuFus DEAe. ?
JAs. SULLIVAN, }Managers.
E. J. Mtss. )
August 29, 2t 32
T HE Copartnetship heretofore existing nn
der the name and Style of JOHN LYON
& CO. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Personchaving demands against the lase Firm,
will present them, and all persons indebted will
please call and settle, as we wish to close up the
business as soon as pbssible..
Aug. 10, 1849. 4t 32
A .L prsons indebted to the Estate of John
B. Harvey, deceased, and ate disposed to
save cost, will do well to settle. before Return
Day, as longer indulgence cannot be giveu.
THOS. B. HARVEY.
Augtst 29. 1849 3t 32
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Y JOtIN RILL,_E QOediolacy of.
Whereas Whitfield B. Addison hath up
plied to me for Letters of Administration.
tcilt thie Wiu annexed, on all and singular
te goods andI chattels, rights end 'eredits
of .Joseph Addison, late or the Dli'trict
These are, thererore, to cite and admon
ih all and singular, the kindred andl credi
hors of the said deceaied. to be and appear
befnre me, at our next Ordinary's Court
tfor the said District to be holden at Edge.
field Court House on the 10th day of
September next, to show caitse, if any why
the said administration should not be
GJiven'under my hand and seal, this 23rd
day of August in the y'ear of our Lord
('te thousand eight hundred- and foirty nine
and in the seventy-fourth year of Ameri
cai .tie~ JOHNc6~ HILL, o.E~.D.
August 29, 2432
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THlE COMMON PLEA A8.
David Jayne, - Derl. is Assmpaia.
R. S. (Ioberts. k'ore~ign Altac/unsent.
L. Dwelle & Co. Decl. in Assumpstt.
R. S. kbb . 'reign tuadchment.
W . R. Iitchien Dect. an Assumpsit.
R. 5. Robrtq. Foreign Anaclont.
Lamabethi U pkins, Decl. i Aesumnpuit.
R. S. Roberts. Foreign Atuachment.
J. C Carmtichasel,- D0d in Asuanmpsi
R. S. Roberts. Foreign Auucchment.
T H E Plaintiffs respectively in the several
cases above mentione~d, haivinig this day
filed their der.larations ini my office. and it np
pearing that the derendatnt has tneithier a wire
tnor an attorney, known to be within this State,
otn wbuom a copy of said declarations with a
rule to plead cant be served: otn motion of Mr.
Carroll, Plaiintiffs Attornecy ; Ordered that the
s.tid defendant appear and plead to the said de
elaurations within a year and a day from the datle
hereof, or in default thereof; jtudgment will be
rendered against him.
THUS. G. BACON. c. c. P.
Clerk's O0fice. Edgefield C. H. Atigtst 28, 1849
Atigust 29, 184 , ly 32
State of South Carolina,
IN THJE COMMON PLE AS.
Reuben Taylor, )Declaration
vs ' n
Ansel Cheatham. ~Auach ment.
T H E Plaintiff ini the above case hating
this day filed his Declaration in uiny0f'
fice, and the Defendant htavtig neither wife
nor nttorney, known to reside withirr thie limrits
of this Statte, on wvhomn a copy of aiid Declara
tion with a Rule to Plead can b'e served. On
miotion of Mr. Tompkitns, attortney for Platinttiff;
ordered that said Defendant appear and Plead
to said Declaration within a year and a day from
the date hereof, or jndgment will b's awarded
sagainst him by default.
T HOM. G. BACON. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Edgefleld C. I1., 23, Aug. I849.
Ang. 29th, 1849, 1y 32
.. Notice. . .
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Je
cbPow. Deceased, will pleu'se to dialI
and settle imiunediatelf. and those who are credt.
tlos arC requested to make kn en their claims.
May23, H. R. SP~ANN, Adm'r.
Ma itf 18
WILL practice LAw and.qurrYtinre
SoutheirnCircuit. comprising 11he Pis
ricts of EDoErtr, OAroEuao, -BARNWELL;
His-Oiscelis.taiEdgefield Court House.
Aug.;2d. 184 6mc .
LBS.. Prime Country
1.000 Lbs. Prias Sugar.Curel Hams,
100 Piecea.Ggtimy Bagging.
200 do; . 1 nd-.1b Dundee Bagging.
100 Coils Suraprior Rusam t oe.
;75 do do KetnrkIy- ope.
500 Lbs. Twine. For sale -by.
Hamburg. Agg.15. 1849. 3t. 31
STATE 'OFSOUTH CAROLINA
W. P. Butler,
L. J. Glover, . Mortgage.
W. Brooks. I
N. L. Grifin I
:3. Chri~tie. - )
BY Virtue of a Mortgage in this case. -
I will proceed to sell in the Town of
HI-amburg at the Republican Office. on the
Ith of September next. " The Hamburg
Republican'' Printing Press4 Ty pe and fix
utes belonging to the some.
WM. SPIRES, Agent.
A ugust'19:.h 1849, 3c 31
RealEstate for Sale.
T HE Subscriber offers for Sa!e the GHERO
KEE POND PLACE.. It -is situated,
right miles from Hamburg, on the main Rood
o Edgefield C.. H. he Tract is Pine Lund
isnperior rrality. and contains about seven
rundred aeres. It is at this time is a fine state
f'progresie improvement, and is stiscepitible
of the highest degree of cultivation. Thu out
et aun range for stock is excelent, and tie
iealthfrlness of the place is unsurpassed.
These adyantages. and its nearn.ar to market
nakes it a truly desirra!p place. To an np.
'roved purchaser the terms will be nerGnmmo
iting. W. W. GEIGEI.
August 18 6t 31
Attention Cavalry. .
A COURT MARTIAL will convene at j
Edgefield Court House on the first Mon.
lay in September next, to try the befinltrrs
d the Edgefield Squadron, for nun-nttendance
It Longmires on tie 5th and 9th of August. and
t Erlgefield Court H ouse on the 25th and 26th
The Court will consist of the following Oi.
era, viz: Lient. Col. Dutler. President ; Capt.
. F.Brtrress, Lients. D. M. Glover, and J.
-larrison, Mlembers; Capt. Robt. leriwether,
nd Lieut. J. H. Yeldell, Supernumeraries,
'. S. Brooks, Judge Advocate.
By order of Col. T.W. LAoAat,
JOHN F. TALI3ERL', Adj't.
Angust 10, 1849. St 30
To heads Qf Families,
HOSE who wish their Feathers R ENO
. VATED, now have an opportunity of
loing an. The Machine is in operation in the
romutaenoy'amspied by Mr. Abbey near, the
Thursdays. Fridays and Saturdrays. will be
et apart fur this business, or on any day that
vill snit the convenienen of those who may
isih to patronrise thre Renovater.
See large Dill. for particnurs.
*W. H. SPECK.
August 15 - f 3
rHE undersigned respectfnily informs the
Pleariera.. th at he resides art No. 4 Atlantic
treet. Charleston. S. C , and ifranv Planters
vishes to lruy a Method fo:r indlividual right.
r District or County righrt, or rshould any
%grintmal Society desire toi purchase tire
'ight. and wish to have tire servieces ofr nr nagent
n the place for the pnrposeofrgiving ins'rne
ion they will please to direct threir let.ers (post
ra~d toCHARLiES BAER.
Proprietor of the Patent f'or South Carolina
tmd eorgia. s
ug. 22. 1819. tr ' 31
Just Received. -
005 flLBS. Choice Georgia made Cas,
iJ U tings.
40 Sacks Salt.
10 BIs. New Flonr, end lots of' Bracon on
rand yet at BLAN D & BUTLER'S.
Anrgrust 15 tf 30
eavy Cotton Domestics.
B ROWN Shirtines and Shreetinrgs,
Net Silk Gloves.
Belt Ribons and Lraces, new andi fresh, can
e adat BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Augrust 15 tr - 30
S UPERIOR APPLE VINECAR,
Fine West-Indint Molasses.
A elruice article of Sitrar H onse Molasses.
'or family use at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Atugust 15 tf 30
From Tumnbling Shoals' Mills.
JUST receive Twenty-Two Dlarrels..Sirper
fine Flour in Flat Hoop Barrels, from the
ubove celebrated .Mills. nod for.sale.by.
0. L. PENN. Aossr.
Angurst 15 tf 30
F OR flavoring ice Creamrs. Saurces. Jellies
Puddings. Pies. &c., viz.: Lemron Varnilla,
amon ad Rose, just received. and for
rale by G. L. PENN, AolN-r.
Arigust18 tI 30
4LL persons are hereby frirewarned frorns
raigfra Note of hand signed by~ me
o Wesley Rinehreart or bearer. rrur one bunrdred
~ols, dated some lime abonrt the 1st rrf Jurne,
849. A. I have not received arty value for
raid note, and as I c insider it umnjurst. Ilam do
ermined not to pay.tt'lss comipelledhby aw.
Aigust 15, .3t 30
ISHreby giyenr, that application will be
Kmade to the next Legislatitre for nre grunt
1 a new Road, ronmmencing at or neprr ihe old
Stea Mill. iormterly owned by Henry Wit.
iams on thre Martintown Road, an'err intersecting
he Lontgcanle Road, at or near Major Jnhn
Poipin's Mill, on Little Saverns Creeki and
Jly 18 1849. 3m 26
I BOK very saipertor (ualiij, just received
-anad for sale' bj
.G. t. PI&NN, aeni.'
Nfewberry Se tinel,
/' HE uiiderigned propi.ses tn.publishin
. the village o[ Newbery, S. C.. a Week
ly Newspatier, to be -called the "' Nsw anRRg
SEnNEr,e" ni60- a s. nsitcieit encoinge
nteut has.beengiven to-the enterprise.
The bairTnmr...will be a political journal
i firm advocate, though not a blind adherant or
te Democratic party:, intended mainly. how;
ever. to ilmpart such. Political Intelligence .s
nay lie dedmed worthy of the. attention of the
aimmnnity. it wild also'embrc Agridltutl
nd Educational interests, Foreign and Domas.
ic Intelligence, Rail Road Statisleii, the Mar
hits, Science. Literature, Ac. Ardently attached
Co the South and her institutions, it will careful
y report;and fearlessly denounce every attempt,
ehesnnever and by whomsoever made, to di
orb her peace or retard.her prosperity. It
shall not be made the medium of ionlicting tip..
the public, unpleasant details of private
Irievances or perotnal wrongs; at the. same
imne the calm, dignified discasion oIf till sub
ects that come properly. within sphere of sach
t jourual having for its object the development
i truth, will be freely admitted into ths col
tinns. In a word the uudersignel will endear
tr to make the Sentinel an acepptable visitnr to
he Counting-house and the Parlor. to the Poil
tician and the Farmer, to the Mechanic and the
nan or leisure.
TERMS -The Sentinetwill be printed up
n a super royal sheet, at Tim Dollars a year.
n advance; or Treo Dollars and Fifty Cents
it the expiration of three month:,.
.iAS' H. GILES.
Abieville Dist., S. C., Aug. 11, 849. .
III Editors ins this State will confer a Givor
which shall be reciprocated by giving the above
s few insertions.
rOWNSA NDS Sarsaparilla. For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. 11. August 1, 28
E PPING'S Sarsaparilla. For sale at
BLAND. TEAGUE. & .Ctr.
Druggists. Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
DR. WISTA R'S Balsam of Wild Cherry.
For sale at
- BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
AYRE'S Cherry Pectoral. For ale at
- BLAND, TEA.GUE & CO.
Druegists, Edgefield C. tI. August 1, 28
OW AND'S Tonrid Mixture. For saleat
BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
ANTING'S Compound Syrup of Nap,
It tha. For sole at -
- LAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggista, Edgefield C. H1. August 1, 28
UCINE Cordial, (a cetain cute for Bar
renness.) For sale at
BLAND. TEAGUE & Co.
Druggists. Edgefield C. H. August I. 28
M ERICAN Hair Dye. For sale at
-- BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefield C. H. August 1. 28
L IM1 Juice. For sale at
BLAND. TEA4JE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefield-C. H. August 1, 28
WAHNESTOCK'S Verniluge. Forsaleat
DLAND. TEAGLUE ?c CO
D:uggists, Edgeleld C; H. August I, 28
ACCOBOY & Scotch Snuff., Fsirsale
H at BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
[USBANDS & Hiewry$t Calcined Mag.N
aesia. For sale at
B [AND, TEAGUE & CO.
Drnggists,-Edgefeldl C. II' August 1, 28
4SUPER IOR at ticle of Eau De Cologne,
prepiared and for sale at~
*B LAND.,TEAGUE & 60.
Druggists. Edgeheld C. H. August 1, 28
OWAND'S Approved Flap Pessary's.
1.' For sale at
B LAND.,TEAGUE & CO.
SDruggists, Edgefield C. HI. August 1, 29
S OIJNCE8Snlphate Quinine.
1J9 For sale at
B3LANVD.TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
P UltIFIED Chinoidine. For sale at
.BLAND. TEAGUE.& CO.
Druggists. Edgelield C. H..August 1, 28
CJ ITRA S Ferri and Quinine. . For sale at
BLNTEA(GUE & CO.
D~ruggists. Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
MROEDScarieictorq. . For sale at
ILN, lEAGUE &'CO.
Druggists. Edgefiel4 C. H. Angnet 1, 28
C UPPING Glasses of till kinds. For sale
at 'BLAND,'TEAGUE. & CO.
Druiggists, Edge~feld C. H. August 1, 28
[EAD Shot. Foriale at..
N BLrAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgetlel C. iL August 1, 28
TURLINGTON'S Balsaadu For sale a
ISLAND. TEAGUE & Cc.
SDruggiss Edgefield C. II. Agust 1. 28 -
BAUSA31tif Fit. For sale at '
B B LAND. TEAGUE~ & ZCO.
SDruggists. Edgelield C. H. Atgnst , 28
CHEEsEMIAN'S Arabian B-.dtam~. For
-sle at BLAND. TEActUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefield C. H, August 1, 28
B ATESMANS Draps and British Oil.
For sale at
BLAND. TEAGUE & CO..
Drtuggists, Edgceiel C, H. August 1, 28
BEST Wrsiting Ink and Blackinr. For
salenat . BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Drnggips,_Edgefield C. H . August i, 28
C0O.dST ANT LY Reeeiving from tIhe North.
erni Markets new suples of Fresh and
e,iniie DRUGS anf MEDICINES, and all
,thr articles usffally ept in a Drug Store.
BLAN, TE.AGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1; 28
F OR Miending. Broken Glass and Earthern
Ware, a supply on hand of this valuabl'e
r;EM ENT, For sale by
G.IL. PENN, Acraz*
August 15 tf 30
- o tifce . ..
S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will
kbe made at the next setting olf the Legisla.
ure lfor a New Road leading; out from the AMar
i Town Rodd in this District, at or near Sami
met Stevens, and insersecting the Long Cano
Road, at or near Gibson Collins,
August 1 tf 28
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will
be made to the Legislature of Sonth CGaroli
ra, at its next Segelina, to incorporat9 a Gorla.
pany for the puzrpie of making a Plank Road
August 2o 2 3 , '31
't . " 4 f
HE undersigned, having fa soeiated
themselves in business tidert zflame
and style of DUNBAI .Jr.-GARMAW) -fo? '
the purpose of transaeting i general 9- -
CERY BUSINESS, n 'tli place. re e4t
fully-invites the atrenttibn o4en'tera i oh'ik
Heavy Stock of aIl" the leadin grticles of
general consumptspn, They: n .y fond, -
at the stand zecendy~occupied l.t S. Dun -
bar, and nearly opposiib.the .stand - fprinel
occupjod. by G. W ariman a*,herei thzey -
will be happy to releeiye.tlit' fosuned frIegd'
and patrons, stogether with the public ast - -
W are determilted to keeea6lmI'P
hand a stock unsurpassed by asigeve ra d6
in this market, and believing osaaci)tts fa
buying LOW, to beeqtial to any it the 'laces
we will always be prepared to ueIdatt$.
lowest prices, either for Cash or on sine, ;t
approved customers. . Having rented lie ^
Warelouse formerly occupied by B.pl -
and placed it u'der; the charge of an egg
rienced man, we ire, prepare4t t3 offer eqtlp
advantages in storage with any Ware-Houp.
in the place.; and liberal,.Cash Advances
made, at all times, on Cottonstored with us,
or on shipments made to 6. .. Grmany
Co., Savannah, whose -cr u .will be s
low as usually made by-other. Frctors.. Th
highest prices paid. at aH :times for Cotton
and other produce brought to market.
B. S.- itUN BAR,
Q. W. .GARMANt.
Hamburg Jul'y 3, if 28'
IBEG leave to return my t,happe it the
public for the liberal patronage heretoire
bestowed on me, and solicit a continuando
of the same for the now frm.
ii. S. DUNBAlt
I BEG leave to return my thanks to t
public for the. liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed on me,-and.s.olicit ,a continu
ance of tho same for the new firm. -
. G. W. GARMANY.
Cheap Goods iii Store.
5, RIbds Primie N 0 fgabar.
-1,D Hhe.. common.N. Oh Sugar,,
l.0 *.'- .choice Porto Rico, Sugar,
$ ' crashed ;.
2 - " powdered
5 Boxes Woolsey & Woolsey double
refined loaf sugar,
" iirletiton double refined af
--" stigar,"..t"..'''. --
20 Hbds. INuscovado-Molasses. -
5 " Trinidad -
50 Barrels New Orleaps."
100 Barrels No. 3 Mackee'l (large size,)
%20 Kits No. 1' . . -..
1x15 bags prune:.Rio -o'eo'
40 " ' Lagngra "
20 " ' "old Cuba'
30 ": N old Java .
6000 Lhs. Union brada white Lead'(Nd
extra and pare,)
300 Gsllons Linseed Oil,
2 Barrels Train,.
tbs. Putty in bladders,. ..
1W Boxes window glass (All sazes)
. 75 KegsTustern niula'(assorted)
20.000 Lbs. assorted Swedes Iron,
500 -" Castesl (Sandersons,)
Germati and Bllster.steel,.:.
400 Pieces hhavy Dundee bagging.
100 Cnils hdriip rope, .: ,. ,
10 Bales homespun (Auguata man~at
tut . - ,
S" (Granitevills C4n'Wa'
* 4"heavy cotton .Osnabnags,
$0 boxes sperm candles, ..
29 . Adauuamrine esadles. .
40 .. Hull & Sons patenat candles
30-Hhds. bacon sid~ea (western;)
400Lbs. cotutry Bacont.
STierces Rice. &c. &c..
- A L1S O0.- .
Saddles. Bridles, B',ankets, C~encoes, ,cat~
Yarn, Shoes, HantA. Caps, Tuabls. 8.ugpr-cdas,
sa~ves, Tobacco, Papper. -Spice,.Ginger,.,Tea,
Can.'-seat Chaira, Woend seat C'hairs,.Giind
stones, and rnany otliear articles too ediotis to
DT'NJ3AR & GARMANY.
Hamburg, Joul) 11, .1849, tt 25
STATE OF SOUTH.CAROLINA,
Samuel Lowry and others,
Oscar Lowry, OliVer Atkins eL?Mn Lewngs
and others. J -'
IT appearinig ta' my satiaiaction, .that. Zart 3.
ISweettman a*nd Chtarity his wife,~i alite,
and Thomns R'eamas, Celia Reamis,. Dembris
Reams andI Dani.i Sweatman; some q[Ihe
Defenadants in this case,- are without Nfie liints
or this State, on motion by Mir. Warsdble'.'
Plainti'.s's PSolicitort or-dered, that the defe.'ents
above najmed a ppear -iq .ais H onorable Golrt,.
anid plead. answer or deurto ti~le biWi thir
case, within tharee tfionihs'fzm the publactien
of this order, arthat said Bili be taken'jn'o.
Commidsionaer's Office,.:Augdst 20, 1849.
Atugust 22, - 3m. 31
en cts FashioMbb Black
.Silli: Haag at the extreme law price
of three delns. ..-...
2 ' R. CAUSSE '& CO.'
July 25, .. if 27
T~ HE Subscritet off'ersjbr ale upon sea.
3..sonable .terms. payahle.. ii three annnali
inieaallments;-a tract of land copamtining abous
437 acres. 275 ul which.:s wo' diand, lying aiss
little Stephein 'Gzeek-anbout,- 0 miles Nort~h
East. of. the Village .of .Edge eld. Orr the
prnernises are~ a comfortable Dwelling iasd other
necessary buildings; also a Horse M ill.
* ~ THOMAS B. HARVEY.
July 24, , iff2
*Pure Citter u'Legar,
~BL LS. Superior dtaily, just received',,
and so ale cheap, by
'. . .0. L. PENN, Agent..
July 18 tf 20'
. .RiEs P*owder.
K EN'TUCKY RIFLE POWDER, in lI
I0. Canisters. For isale hy
- - . H. A. ENRI1~1r.
Hamburg, July 24 1849. t( 27
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that applicatinn-will
be made to the Legisiatrne at the next B.s
sina for the incorpor'ationu of Butler Lodge, No.
August 8,- f 29
* il th'ose iiadebted to the Estate of Heze..
Akiah Str-ome; dec'd., are hereby requested
to inake imumediate payment, and these hawing
demnands to present them projerly attested.
August L, 4m9