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THE WINE DRINKER'S LAST HOUR.
BY miss it. 3AvERIICE.
OH, would that I had died
In childhood's guiltless years,
Nor lived to know this bitter hour,
-And these regretful tears;
Thus with the blessed early dead
How sweet iad been my. rest,
With pure hands folded peacefully
Upon a stainless breast.
Oh that these eyes had closed,
With sorrow never filled!
Oh that without a throb of guilt
This beating heat was stilled 1
For it were better thus to die,
Than linger years of pain,
And know, at three-score years and ten,
That Ihave lived in vain.
In vain-alas, how worse than vain
Seem all these years to me,
As now life's taper wanes away,
And glimmers fitfully.
But what shall for the past atone?
What bitter burning tears
Can blot from Memory's record book
Those wasted, wasted years!
And now, my thought with eagle wing
Goes back to life's bright dawn :
Oh who could guess that eve like this
Would follow such a morn?
Time was, when this deep furrowed brow
Was innocent and fair,
And when a father's gentle hand
Was laid in blessing there i
And once, with guiltless lips, I prayed
My mother's knee beside;
"Our Father," was the prayer I said;
Oh that I then had died !
I lived to see that mother weep
That I her son should be;
That father, to the grave go down
In grief, in grief for me.
And there was one, a gentler friend,
So beauteous, so young!
Round me, like tendrils of the vine,
Her sweet affections clung.
I tore that trusting heart away,
I Crushed that gentle life,
That only lived to bless my own
My broken-hearted wife!
And thus, God's brightest, sweetest gifts
I trampled under feet,
And now, alone, unloved, I die,
With none for me to weep!
Ye who in youth's glad morn rejoice,
If in life's sad decline
Ye would not know a grief like this,
Touch not the sparkling wine.
A GOVERNoR ACTING HoSTLEn.-"Hel
loe, you man with a pail and frocc," said a
British officer, as he brought his fiery
steed to a stand in front of Governoi
Crittenden's dwelling-" Can you inform
me whether his honor, the Governor ol
Vermont, resides here !"
" He does," was the response of the
nan, still wending his way to the pig-sty.
" Is his honor at horne !" continued the
man of the spurs.
-" Most certainly," replied the man of the
" Take my horse by the bit, then," said
the officer;" I have some business to tran
sact with your master."
Without a second bidding, the man did
as requested, and the officer alighted and
made his way up to the door and gave the
pannel several heavy taps with the butt of
his whip-for, be it known, in those days os
republican simplicity knockers and bells,
like servants, were in but little use. The
good dame of the house answered the
summons in person; and having seated the
officer, and ascertained his desire to-see
the Governor; departed to infor~nhir hus
band of the guest's arri rbit on ascer
ad made a hitching
post of her husband, she immediately re
turned and informed him thtat the Gover
nor was in the yard, and coul not very
well wait upon his honor and the horse at
the same time! The predicament of the
officer can better be imagined than des
SOMETuING Pi.-Four clergymen
-a Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist and
Roman Catholic-met by agreement, to
dine on a fish. Soon as "Grace was
said," the Catholic rose, armed wvith a
knife, and fork taking about one third of
the fish, comprehending the head, removed
it to his plate, exclaiming as he sat down,
-' at self satisfaction, "Papa est
caput ecclesiae"-the Pope the head of
the church. Immediately the Methodist
minister arose and helped himself to about
one third, embracing tail, seated himself,
exclaimning, "Finus coronat opns"-the
- ind crowns the work. The Presbyterian
nowv thought it was about time for him to
mnove, and taking the remainder of the
fish to his plate, exclaimed, " In medit est
veritas"-truth lies betwveen the two ex
tremes. Our Baptist brother had nothing
before him but the emty platter, and the
prospect of a slim dinner ; and snatching
up the bowl of drawn (melted) butter,
shaked it well over them all, exclaiming,
"Forgo baptiso vos"-I baptiso you all.
WoRTu TELLING AG.AIN.-When Mr.
Nqicholas Biddle-familiar-ly called Nick
was connected with the United States
ank, there was an old negro named
larry who used to be loafing about the
remises. One day, in social mood, Bid
le says to the darkey
" Well, what is your name, my old
" Harry, sir-ole Harry, sir," said the
her, touching his sleepy hat
" Old Harry," said Biddle, "why that
thme name they give to the Devil, is it
" Yes, sir," said the colored gentleman,
ometimne ole H-arry, and sometime ole
AN IntsuMna, writing a sketch of his
e, says ho early ran away from his
ther, because he discoverd he was only
Why is a restless man like a lawyer i
canse he lies on all sides.
THE LOOKING GLAss RAT-TRAP-The
Journal of the Franklin Institute contains
the specifications of a patented mouse trap.
This improved mode of body snatching is
"A savory- piece of toasted cheese is
suspended on a hook. Enter rat. A
small mirror is so adjusted that the rat
sees his shadow in the glass (just as Rich.
ard did) and not recognizinghimself at first
sight, thinks that some other rat is aiming
for the cheese. He rushes in to head off
his rival. The board he treads on is a
deceiver. It is supported by a weak
spring which yields under his weight and
precipitates him into a lower story of the
trap, when the floor flies up to resume its
place. Another rat comes along-sees
the reflection of his predecessor as well
as his own, and thinks two rats are fight
ing for the cheese. In he goes, down he
goes-and so on, toties quoties."
The following is from the "Gossip" in
the September number of the Knicker
A correspondent, in a recent letter,
tells a good story of 'a rough sea captain
in a storm, who, when the terrified passen
gers persuaded him to petition Heaven
for a cessation of the tempest, preferred
the following brief request: " Oh, Lord!
I haven't been in the habit of calling upon
Thee often: and if you'll just shift the
wind from sou'-east to a leetle more son',
I won't trouble you ag'n!"
A HANDSONE young Yankee pedlar
made love to a rich widow in Ohio, but
accompanied his declaration with two im
pediments to their union.
" Name them," said the widow.
"The want of means to set up a retail
store, is the first," replied the pedlar.
They parted, and she sent the pedlar a
check for ample means. When they
again met, the pedlar had hired and
stocked his store, and the smiling fair one
begged to know the other impediment,
"I have another wife," said the dealer
"SAxrno," said Tim, "why is that mel
on your shoulder like three vegetables I"
" Don't know."
"Then I will show you," said Tim,
kindly taking it; "this, you will observe,
is a muskmelon; and this," giving it a
toss, "is a turn-up; and now," he con
tinued, as it came thundering over the
head and face of the astonished Sambo,
"it is a squash."
A MARRIED editor announces the arri
val, of a twelfth responsibility "at his
house," and makes the following appeal
" More subscribers wanted at this Of.
A client once burst into a flood of tears
after he had heard the statement of his
counsel, exclaiming, "I did not think I
had suffered half so much till I heard it
THEY talk of getting up a nmusquito
hunt in Jersey. The next Legislature is
to be petitioned to offer a bounty for the
~alys~ Aiiytldri for a spec'tlatioi.
THH MEANEsT thing a man can do is
to get into your confidence and then go
and betray your secrets. Such a fellow
wvould dig up the coffin of his mother and
sell her shroud for paper rags.
"0, for a Lodge in some vast wilder
ness," as the Odd Fellowsai ne-g
Santa Fe route.
.JOSE P H A B NEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WI1ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
EV~dgefield Court House, near the PLAN
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
WV. C- MOR AGNE,
W ILL Practice In the Courtsm of LAW and
EQUITY, in tho Districts otf EdgefielId
and A bbeville.
Office at Edgefield, C. HI.
Feb.1 , if 2
T HE Subscribers having formed a partner
ship in the practice of Law and Equity, ofli-r
their services to their friends. One or the othier
may be found at any time at their office. Ad
dress WARDtAW & SPAxx.
H. R. SP'ANN.
Edgefield, S. C., July 17 1850 if 20
THOMAS G. KEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
EDGEFIELD, COUR'T IoUsE, S. C.
OFFICE NEXT TO THAT OF MR. MOlIAGNE.
July 31 1830 3m 28
G. W. LANDRUM
WILL Practice in ths Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgelield and Lexington
Officee in Law Range, Edgefield C. HI.
Jan 1 ,t 52
DR. E-F. TEAGUE,
R~ ESPECTFULLY offers his professional ser
vices in the practice of MEDICINE, SURt
GERY, and OBSTETRICS, to the Citizens of
Edgefieldl Village and vicinity.
Offiee at the Drug Store.
Januairy 30, 1830, if 2
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
HI., offers his professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity; and will attend to any call he may
have either in the Village or Country.
AUl operations warranted.
March 13, 1850. tf 8
Bagging and Rope.
O BLSGunny BAGGING,
50Pieces heavy Dundee Bagging,
100 Colls 1-2 inch Kentucky Rope,
1000 Lbs. Twine. For sale by
Hamburg, Aug. 28 If 32
Bacou A' Lard.
TUST received 4000 Lbs. prime Country cured
UBacon. 1000 Lbs. Lard.
Oct. 1550 G. L. PENN,.AGoz.r
FALL & WINTER GOODS
T HE Subscriber has just received his Fall and
Winter Stock of GOODS, consisting in part
of all kinds of goods for Ladies and Children
BONNETS and BOlWNJIRIBBONS,
NEGRO SHOESand BED BLANKETS,
HATS and CAPS,
with many other articles too tedious to mention,
all of which will be sold very low, and a liberal
discount for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
October 2 1850 tf 37
W. B. BICANNON,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
HAIaURG, S. C.
C ONTINUES the business in all Its branches,
at the well known stand below Shultz's Hill,
and at the head of the main business street and
having ENLARGED the WARE-HOUSE,
considerably it will enable him to Store a much
larger quantity of Cotton than the House could
heretofore safely hold.
The Ware-House being several feet above the
high Water Mark, and remote from other build
ings, makes it alike free from WATER and FIRE
This, together with the dampness of the atmos.
phere around theHouse, which prevents stored
Cotton from such great 1o88 in weight, makes it
altogether to the Planters interest to patronize
He hopes by strict attention to business to
merit a continuance of the liberal patronage here
tofore extended to him.
Orders for FAMILY SUPPLIES, BAG
GING, ROPE, &c. &e., promptly, and carefully
filled at the lowest Market Prices.
Sept. 11, 2ni 34
T IE undersigned, having associated them
.selves in business under the name and style
of DUNBAR & GARMANY, for the purpose
of transacting a general GROCERY BUsINEsS in
this place, respectfully invites the attention of
Plantersto their heavy Stock of all the leading ar
ticles of general consumption. They may be
found at the stand recently occupied by B. S.
Dunbar, and nearly opposite the stand formerly
occupied by G. W. Garmany, where they will be
happy to receive their former friends and patrons,
together with the public at large.
We are determined to keep constantly on hand
a stock unsurpassed by any ever offered in this
market, and believing our facilities for buying
1.w, to be equal to any in the place, we will al
ways be prepared to sell at the lowest prices, eith
er for Cash or on time to approved customers.
Having rented the Ware-House formerly occu
pied by B. Elliott, and placed it under the charge
of an experienced man, we are prepared to offer
equal advantages in storage with any Ware
House in the place; and liberal Cash advances
made at all times on Cotton stored with us, or on
shipments made to G. W. Garmany & Co., Sa
vannah, whose charges will be as low as usually
made by other Factors. The highest prices paid
at all times for Cotton and other produce brought
to market. B. S. DUNBAR,
G. W. GARMANY.
Hamburg 1849 if 2G
I BEG leave to return my thanks to the public
for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
on me, and solicit a continuance of the same for
the new firm. B. S. DUNBAR.
I BEG leave to return my thanks to the public
for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
on me, and solicit a continuance of the same for
the new firm. G. W. GARMANY.
Cheap Goods in Store.
50 H hds. Prime New 0. Sugar.
|20 lUha. ammn" New OrlEensSugext,
20 " choice Porto Rico Sugar,
S 25 Barrels clarified "
5 " crushed"
2 " powdered"
5 Boxes Woolsey and Woolsey double
refined Loaf Sugar,
2 Boxes Charleston double refined Loa
20 Hhds. Museovado Molasses,
5 " T '' - -
S- - re s New Orleans Molasses,
100 Barrels No. 3 Mackerel (large size,)
20 Kits No. 1"
125 Bags prime Rio Coffee,
40 " " Lagugra "
20 " " Old Cuba Coffee,
30 " " Old Java "
0000 Lbs. Union brand White Lead (No. I
extra and pure,)
300 Gallons Linseed Oil,
2 Barrels Train "
300 Lbs. Putty in bladders,
125 Boxes window glass (all sizes,)
75 Kegs Eastern nails (assorted)
20 000 Lbs. assorted Swedes Iron,
500 " Casteel (Sandersons,)
German and Blister Steel,
400 Pieces heavy Dundee Bagging,
100 Coils Hemp Rope,
5 Bales Homespun (Granitevillo Com
10 Bales Homespun (Augusta manufae
8 Bales heavy cotton Osnaburgs,
20 Boxes sperm Candles,
20 " Adamantine Candles,
10 " hulls & Sons patent Candles,
30 lHhds. bacon sides, (western,)
4000 Lbs. country Bacon,
3 Tierecs Rice, &e. &e.,
Saddles, Bridles, Blankets,Calicoes, Cotton Ymrn,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Tubbs, Sugar-cans, Sie-:es,
Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Tea, Cane-seat
Chairs, Grindstones, andl many other articles too
tedious to enumerate.
DUNBAR & GARMANY.
Hamburg 1849 tf 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordnry of Edge
Whereas, Abram Kilerease hath applied to
me for L.etters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods and chattles, rights and
credits of Sarah Findly late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singulamr, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me
at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
triet, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 2d day of Dec. next, to show cause
if any,why the said administration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this the 16th
day of November, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty, and in the
seventy-fifth year of American Indepen
dence.JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
November 21 2t 44
A LL those having demands against thme Estate
L.of Abner V. White, deceased,are requested
to present theni, properly attested, and those in
debted to make payment.
JOHN HILL, Adm.
April 29, tf 15
A PPLCA ION illbe-made to the Legisla
tur ofthi' Sateat~tsnext Session, fora
Charter for a Ferry across Saluda River, just
above the old Towni.
Sept 41850 if 42
BOOTS AND SHOES
At Reduced Prices.
. t1entin tti' lte y ded price
Naw PaIcas - OLD PRICEs.
Welted Boots...... .650........$8 00
Pump Boots........ .700..49p 9,00
Water-Proof Boots.....8 00.......0 00
Quilted Bottoms. . 00. 10 00
All other work in pro ortion. No credit for
the shortest time wil Iegiven any one. All per
sons having work done will be required without
distinction to pay cisn before their work ean be
taken from the shop, as there are no books kept
in the establishment, nor never shall.be again.
J. D. TIBBNITS.
Jan 1 1850 tf 25
REPORT OF THE TRIAL OF
FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE,
1UATZDA H. POSET,
BEFORE the Court of Common Pleas and
General Sessions ag outh Carolina, held at
Edgefield on Wednesday, October 3d, 1849;
with an Appendix contaising all the new testimo
ny developed at the subsoquent trial of
BIARTIN, ELBERT &Nl FRANCIS FOSEY,
For the murderof a Negro Slave,
BY A JUNIOR MEMBER * THE EDGEFIELD BAR.
Just published and fa sale at this Office.
Mr PRICE 25 Cents.
June 26 1850 .. tf 23
NEW FALL PRY GOODS.
BNOWDEN & sHMAR
H AVE now receiv4l their full supplies of
Fall and Winter IIRY GOODS, embracing
one of the largest and Aost complete assortments
they have ever offerel to the public, among
Rich Printed DELAIMES and CASIIMERES
of new and elegant styka.
French and English %IERINOES, of beauti
ful shades, and some of high colors.
Rich Colored, and Blek and Fancy colored
Plain Black Satin DECHINE and Satin DE
NORD, of superior qudity.
Rich Chamelion ALACAS and POPLINS.
Superior Black ALPLCAS and Black CAN
TON CLOTHS. '
Ladies' Black and Foley Silk MANTILLAS,
of new and beautiful stles.
Superior 7-4 and 8-4 "lackAllerino SHAWLS,
with heavy Silk Fringe.
Ladies' Linen Camria, and French Lawn
Superior 4-4 FrenchiPRINTS, of new and
Welch FLANNELSwarranted not to shrink.
Ladies' and Gentlesin's Silk and Merino
Whitney BLANKE , of extra size and
With a great variety o other articles suitable
for Family and Plantationase; and to all of which
they respectfully invite tli attention of the public.
Augusta, Oct. 10. 2m 39
H AVE just received om New York. a large
assortment okCUITAIN MATERILS,
among which are
Rich Blue and Crimso Satin DAMASK, of
single and double widths.
Crimson and White, Cimson and Garnet, and
Blue and White, double %idth Satin DAMASKS
Rich Drapery Muslin dnd Lace Application
Rich Worked Lace CIRTA TN.
Superior 4-4 Cotton D\MASKS for Curtains.
Rich 4-4 French aud "urkey Red PRINTS,
Gilt CORNICr. T E. rn GMS
for Curtain s.s.-an I'S
The public arc respeclully invited to call and
examine the assortment.
Augusta, Oct. 10, 2m 39
STATE OF SOU'H CAROLINA.
DY JOHN HILL, Ej,.Odinaryr 5f Edge
Whereas, Alfred Pateher, ha:th applied
to mc for Letters of mninistration, with the
,will annexed, on all aid singular the goods
and chattles, rights ~id credits of John
Ilatcher, late of the t istrict aforesaid, de
These are thecreforeI5 cite and admonish
all and singular, the kit red and creditors of
the said deceased, to b nd appear bef'ore mue,
at our next Ordinary's urt for the said Dis
trict, to be holden at Egefield Court House,
on the ninth day of Dicmber next,jo show
cause, if any, why thj said Administration
should not be granted.; -
Given under my hjid and seal, thtis the
26th day of Novembertin the year of our
Lord one thousand eigit hundred and fifty,
and in the seventy-fifthrycar of American In
depenence. JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
November 28 2t 45
STATE OF SOIgr'H CAROLINA.
BY JOHN HILL, I~q., Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas Ambrose 1Nix, hath applied to
me for Letters of Alministration, on nll
and singular the goods and chattles, rights
and credits- of Jane Ipan, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceas~I
These are, therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kidred and creditors of
the said deceased, to b. and appear before me
at our next Ordinary'sCourt for the said Dis
trict, to be holden at IFdgefield Court House
on the 9th day of Dec. text, to show cause if
any why the said adninistration should not
Given uinder my hanf and seal, thtis the 26th
day of November in tle year of our Lord one
thousand eight hiundral and fifty, and in thze
'75th year of Americai Independence.
J IN HILL, 0. E. D.
November 28 2t 45
Family Geocerles, 4'c.
T HE undersigned is~ now receiving his Fall
splies of family (ROCERIES, WIJNES,
LIQUORS, SEGA RS, c. comprising the lar
gest and best assortment Ier offered in this mark
et, all of which has beet seleted by himself and
adapted to the wants ol Families, Planters, &c.
comprising almosteverytartielo usually tieeded in
Persons iending to jurchase in Hamburg or
Augusta, are respeetfull) invited to call and ex
amine for themselves. H .KNIK
Hamburg, Sept 18 1850 , tf 35
Wines, Lujours, &c.
WHISKEY.-Newv (Orleans, Monongahela,
Funk, Miller's, Virginiand Scotch.
RUM.-New Englani, St.Croix and Jamaica.
WINES.-Madeira, sort, Sherry, Teneriffe.,
Malaga, Muscat, Sicily Iradeira, &c.
BR ANDY,-Cognine, " Hennessou"-"Mar
tel,? " Otard Duprey &.Co." Rochelle, Ameri
CORDIALS.-Peppennint, Anniseed, Perfect
Love, Rose, (in bottles and on draught.) For
sale bythe Cask, Barrel or Gallon.
- H. A. KENRICK.
Hamh~urg. Sept 18 1850O ff 35
V6or Tax Colector
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
ELIJAH T. RAUCH.
F. W. BURT.
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
THOMAS W. LANHAM.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
T. J. WHITTAKER,
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
WILLIAM H. MOSS,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
THOMAS G. BACON,
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs the in
habitants of Edgefield C. 1H., and adjoining
country, that lie has just returned from New
York and is now receiving a large and well selec
ted assortment of
(particularly LADIES WARE & BONNETS,)
GROCERIES, IIARDWARE, CROCK
ERY, LOOKLNG GLASSES, BOOTS
and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
FLOUR, BACON, FISH,
SALT, CI1EESE, &c.
All of which he offlrs to sell upon as reasona
ble terms as can be purchased elsewhere, and as
cheap for Cash. Please call and examine the
Stock. M. FRAZIER.
Oct. 10 1850 2m 39
New Fall Goods,
T HE Subscriber begs leave to inform MER
CHANTS and DEALERS in general,
that his Stock is now ready for sale, consisting of
complete assortmcnt of Foreign and Domestic
Together with a large Stock of
CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS
which will be sold low and on liberal terms by
NATII-AN A. COHEN,
No. 157, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Sept. 18, 1850 lot 35
BLC33ER & BO.LLZNGSWOR2TN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AE now receiving a large and well selected
Stock of GROCERIES, to which they in
vitc the attention of their friends, one or both of
the firm will be found at the Warehouse of Wal
ker & Bryson, till 1st September, when they
will open their
on Broad Street next door below the old stand
of Adams & Fargo.
BELCHTER & HTOLLINGSWORTII.
Aungusta, Aug. 21 1850 tf 31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
James Mec3anus and wife, and)
others, App'ts. Sumimonis in
Lewis-Bledsoc and wife, a Partition.
others, Def'ta. j
IT apparing to my satisfaction that Thomas
MMauH ugh McManus, and the children
of Archy MeManus, deceased, viz: John L,.
McManus, Sarah McManus, and Elizabeth Mc
Mans, heirs and distributecs of the Real Estate
of the late Goody Mecilanus, of Edgefield, de
ceased, live beyond the limits of this State, it is
therefore orliered that they do appear in the
Court of Ordinary for the District aforesaid, on
or becforo the first Monday in Febiruary next,
(1851) to show cause if any, why the Real Es
tate of the said Goody McM'mus should not bie
sold for partition, or their 'nsent to the samte
will be entered of Recori (Given under my
hand at my oflice, this the 20th day of October,
A. D. 1850.
JOHN hILL, o. E. Dl.
Oct31,1830 12t 41
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Britton Minms, Guardian of
Laura Shelley, a miner, Ap't
Henry L. Brown and wife, fSmuai r
Harriet Ann, Def'Ls. )
ITappearing to my satisfaction, that Henry L.
Brown and wife IHarriet Ann, reside beyond
the limits of this State. It is therefore, ordered,
that the said Henry L. Brown and Ha~rriet Ann,
his wife, do appear in the Court of' Ordinary on
the 30th day of December next, to show cause if
any they can, why thme real estate described in
the Summons in Partition, in this ease, and con
veyed by Deed of gift, by Samuel D. Shelley, to
the above parties, should not be sold for Partition;
or their consent to the same will be entered of
Record. Given under my hand at my office
this 7th day of October, A. D. 1850.
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
October 9 12t 38
A PPLICATION will be mnade to the Legisla
.tureof South Carolina at its next Session,
to recharter Hlolley's Ferry, across Big Saluda
River, with the usual rates of toll.
Sept 1, 1850 tf .36
A PPLICATION will be miade to the Legisla
I.ture of South Carolina, at its next Session,
to incorporate Red Oak Grove Church, in Edge
Septl1 850 tf 37
'THOSE indebted to the Estate of hugh Hill
..burn, deceased, are requested to make imo
mediate paymcnt, and all those having demands
to present thtem, properly attested, to me, on or
before the first of January next, or they will be
rejected. Given under tmy ha'nd at my office,
this 29th A pril, 1850.
JOHN HILL, Adm.
May 1 tf 15
Candles. Soap, &c.
50 Boxes Turpentine Soap, in 2 and 3 lb. bars.
35 do Adamantine Candles, a superior ar
20 Boxes pure sperm Candles,
20 *do Tallow do
50 do , aney anli:Toilet Soap, in Bars,
Balls and'Cuikes, various qualities.
For sale by . H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg Sept 18 185n tf 35
NEWS FOR TI
IE Subscribers are now opening at No. I
VEagle and Phoenix Hotel an entire new Sto
embracing every article sold in this line and se
A long experience in a neighbouring South
dence in assuring citizens of Augusta as well
amination of our stock will convince them that
ments to the purchaser.
"OUR MOTTO 23 GABE I
By adopting this system we are enabled to
amount extra charged for the risk of the credit
One of our firm spends half the year in the
tieular attention to the heavy AUCTION SAI
will find it to their interest to call at 1 S9
freely shown and no hard thoughts if a purcha
Bleached and Brown Cottons, we are enable
a handsome discount.
American and English Duffil; also Mackinnl
hand at prices which must command quick sah
B A LES-RED and WHITE FIANNEI
LADIES DRESS GOO
A beautiful assortment, embracing all the ni
A full assortment of Hosiery, of the best E
Kid Gloves: also, every size in Merino, Cashn
WEEKLY ADDITIONS will be made to
invite the attention of the public. Respectful
Augusta, October 9 1850
$30,000 Worth of R,
.IT TH OLESJZL E 4
J. M- NEWBY, & C
J M. NEWBY, & CO., have received their
. Gentlemen can find at this ESTABLISH3
DROBE. Having paid strict attention to the pu
can ofTer them at the LOWE ST PRICES, ani
of GOODS from New York, they can offer their
enjoyed. Before purchasing elsewhere, please en
Augusta, Oct, 9 1850
HAMBURG, S. C.
W OULD inform his friends and the public
generally, that he has opened an EXTEN
SIVE and VELL SELECTED STOCK OF
GOODS in the Corner Store adjoining the Amer
ican Hotel; consisting in part, of the following
SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT, IRON, BAG
GING, ROPE, MOLASSES, NAILS,
GRIND STONES WHITE LEADj
-WINDOW GLAhS LINSEED
AND TRAIN OIL, MACKE
REL, BUCKETS, TUBS,
CHAIRS, SHOES, 4-c.
Together with a number of articles too tedious to
enumerate; in fact, almost every article usually
wanted by the planter in this market ; all of
which will be sold at the lowest market prices.
Orders from the country will meet prompt atten
lie will pay the highest market pi'e 'a' Cot
ton and other produce.
Auguast 28, 1850. . tf 32
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Edwin P. Holloway, Appli'nt. P, itgin-or
Mary Holloway, and others, Def'ts Priln
IT apeaingto my satisfaction, that James S..
Hloaone of the Defendants in the above
stated ease, resides beyond the limits of the State :
It is thereforc ordered that the said James S.
Holloway, do appear in the Court of Ordinary,
on or before the 1st M~onday in February next,
to show cause, if any, why thme real estate of Perry
Holloway, dee'd., should not be suold for Parti
tion, or his consent to the same will be entered of
record. Given under my hand at my oflice, this
2nd day of November, 1S50.
JOIIN HILL, o. r.. n.
Nov 7, 12t 42
A LL persons h~aving denmnds against the es
- aeo acobi Shibley, deceased, will please
to render themi in duly attested, and those owing
the said estate will please to make immediate pay
ment. SILAS LANJEflVAdm'r.
Cum Test. annex.
Sept 4, 1850 ly 33'
SLL~ those having demands against the estate
.X of Allen B. A ddison, deceased, are reques
ted to present thenm properly attested and those
indebted to make payment.
G. A. ADDISON, Exrs
E. J. MDIS. Exrs
JTuly 24 1850) if 27
A LLperonshaving demands against the es
ta oflon Hlarrison, deceased, are re
quested to hand them to the subscriber, properly
attested, and all those indebted to the estate are
requested to miake payment.
JAMES M. HARRISON.
Sept 3, 1850 ly 23
PUBLIC Notice is hereby given to all whom
lit amay concern, that we the A dministrators
of Manoahi Weatherington, deceased, are now
ready to pay all denmads against the Estate of the
said deceased, and all persons having denmanids
against said estate, arc required to render them
in to us properly attested, within three months
from this date, as we are determmled to nicke a
final settlement of said estate as soon as practica
ble. JOIIN TRAPP, Admn'rs.
C. WEATHERINGTON. *
Sept. 18 1850 3m 30
Segars, Tobacco, &c.
150,000 Spanish and American Segars.vparious
qualities, consisting of " Esculapia," "Venus,"
" Lavielka," "La Catedral," &c. &e., comipris
ig the largest and best assortmlent of Segars
ever offered for sale in Hamburg.
30 Boxes Chewing Tobacco, various qualities.
100 Dosen papers Mrs. Millers fine cut chiev
ing and smoking Tobacco.
20 Jars Scoteh, Rappe and Macahoy Snuif,
100 Bottles do do do do do
For sale b~y . H. A. JKENRICK.
Hamburg, Sept 18 1850 If 35
ALL those indebted to the late firm of Mrr
1.t..- eTEI.I. & HuL.L, in the Carriage making
business, and also to the Estate of Caleb Mitchell,
de'd., are requested to make immediate pay
met. And those having demands against the
firm of Mitchell & Hill, or the Estato of Caleb
Mitchell, dee'd., are required to render them in
properly vouchmed, on or before the first of De
ember next, or they will be rejected.
JOHN HILL, Admi'r.
J..,m2on if . 23
89 Broad Street, Au ta Georgia, near the
ek of FANCY and S'WLE DRY GOODS,
lected with great eare fran\ the Imepnrtere vf
ELPlRIA & BeOgg .
'rn City, (Columbia, S. C.) 6' tr.em .
is strangers visiting this marke% that an ;4.
the new Cash Store ofers su -dor- *iduce
N EVERT INSTANCE."
throw into the hands of our custo 'e
Eastcrn and Northern markets, and gives par-,
TS AND PLANTERS
Broad Street, wheregddi be
se is not induced.
i to offer at Charleston wholesale prices,-1ess
v and other popular styles Negro Blankits, o
S cheap by the piece or yard.
)S AND TRIMMINGS.
nglish and German manufacture, Alexand er
ere, and Silk.
our stock throughout the year, to which we
IIOXIE & FISHER.
.ady Made Clothing,
lAD RETJIL, .T
'ALL and WINTER STOCK or CLOTHING,
IENT every article necessary for their WAR
rhase and manufacture of their GOODS, they
I with their weekly receipts of all the niet styles
customers advantages they have not heretofore
I and exmnine.
WARE-HOUSE AND COMMIZUZION
T HE UNDERSIGNEDhavingformedaco
. partnership, under the firm of A. WAL
KER & CO.,.for the purpose of carrying on
the Ware-House and Counnaissioll
Business, and having rented the well known
Ware-House, known as Walker's Ware-House,
and lately occupied by WALKER & CoLBUN,
They tender their services to.their friends and
the public in general, and pledge themselves to
use their best exertions to give satisfution to those
who may favor them with business.
Fair advances will be made on produce in
store. A. WALKER,
D. L. ADAMS.
Sept 4, 1850. tf 34
MEDTC'A T flRPARiFM T...
T HE Regular conrse of LECTURES in this
' Institute,. will commenee on ther first of No
vember and conrinue until the last of February.
The Anatomical Department will be opened and
ready to receive students by. the first of October.
The'Medical Doparrnent will be under the direc
tion of the following
J. Coxauns?, Caoss, MI. D., Professor of the In
stitutes of Medicine, and Medienl Jurisprudence-.
W. BYnD PowEI,, 31. D., Professor of Cere
bral Physiology, Medical Geology and-Mineralogy.
RI. S. Nrw-roN, M. D., Professor of Surgery.
HI. J. Huz.CE, M1. D., Professor of Theory: and
Practice of Medicine.
J. A. Wz rqoN, Ml. D., Professo? of Obstetrics
ami Diseases of Women and Children.
J. KzNG, M1. D. Professor of Materia Medica,
Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence.
Z. FR EEMAN, 31. D., Professor of Anatomy.
J. MrrroN~ SAUNDERs, A. M.,.M. D., Professor
of Chermistry and Pharmacy.
MErncrN-P'rofessor H. J. H~urcE.
Sunor-Professor R. S NEwTON.
Z. FREEMara, Ml. D., Anatomical Demonstrator.
The fees for a full course of lectures amount to
Each Professor's Ticket $15. Matriculator's,
$5. Denmonstrator's Fee, $10. Graduation,- $20.
Those desiring further information will please
adres their letters (post-paid) to the D~ean; andl
studr~ents arriving in the city will please call on
him at tire Commercial Hlotel.
R. S. NEWTON, M1. D..
Dean of the Faculty.
Hon. E. W. M1. Krxa, Professor of Theory and
Practice of Law.
lHon. V. D. BARRY, P'rofessor of Commercial
TEas-$50 per Session.
All cornmunications pertaining to this depart
ment be addressed to
E. W. 31. KING, Esq.
Memphis, TPenn., Feb'y., 1850.
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities, moral
wort h nd professional acquirements. will compare
favorably with the most distinguished in our coun
try. Tihe medical faculty constitutes an anomialy
in'this or any other country-all of thcm are able
lecturers anal thre best of teachers.
Those who will contemplate our geographical
position, rad the extent of gnr population, can
have no doubt as to the eligibility of our situation
for an enterprise of the kindl. As to health, inc
ing all seasoins of tire year, we deny that any
other city has more.
A common error exists in thre minds of many
tudnts relative to the place of studying medicine:
those who intend practicing among tire diseases of
the West anti South should certainly educate them
elves at a school whose Faculty are practically
~euainted with those diseases.
That the public may lie satisfied of the perma
enev of this school, we feel it our duty to state,
hat the Trustees and Faculty form a unit in action,
yhich augurs well for its future success: and that
tie peculiar internal organization which connects
fhemr, cannot be interrupted.
E.W. M!. KING,
President of the Memphis Institute.
May 15 ly 17
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's;
S a r s ap a r i I I a.
IUST Received 6I dozen of Old Dr. JTacob
iTownsend's original compound Syrup of Sar
aparilla, and for sale at the Drug and^Chemical
toecof E. F. &rA. G. TEAGUE.
SMay ,185O tf 15
A LL those persons indebted to the'mubseriher
tby note or book secount,~ are notw~earnestly
eqested to pay up. My old business imusthe
tettled up by the first of January next, and Ion-.
ger ndulgen'ce will not be given by my consent.
S. F. GOODE,
Septo4 18r50 . in ' 3d