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agp rmaae oen
cause we know that the strongest wing of it
is composed of the Northern and purely
onhienl" 'esse Nthe. Suth-be'euase
wehavej;xwpn to,,bylieve fronthe-intolli
gance, e saigacitynd teirap'idly increasing
numbers of these classes, that the party with
which they are associatedivill be eventually
controlled by their diefaidi-Z-eenuse we
know, tiiWThIdthey fatteniA flouri4i6i n
the products of Southern-agicture,tlie'buii
sia of their commercial operationsis in North
ern cities and their affections belong to that
section-because we have already see'n that
this party, iifluenced by these active and
moneyed classes Aind led by'bribed politicians,
is capable of, deserting any position, however
plainly takentwith-thei most shameless effron
teirg-biase" we have, from the abore con.
siderations, much reason to fear that their;ob
ject is to lead us down step by steP; with
gehtle gradationsuntil we shallbe towered to
a point of abject'servility, from which it will
be impostible to aise.,
I then there is any probability that the
Unioniparty-of the South will never give
their assent to any course of resistance that
looks to:9 dissAlution of the Confederacy
and if there is any degree of certainty that
the truly Southern party of Georgia, Ala
bama and Missi sippi will uphold, as far us is
in their power, the course of secession by
South Carolina alone, we maintain that the
present is a safer period for action than we
are likely to find at any future time. We
have yet a good hope of rallying the few
States, that are considered sound, to the res
cue-we will create, r our truefriends in
those States, grdunds of -argument and ap
peal, which may free .thousands from the
shatckle of party and the delusions of skilfal
leaders, and open theireyes- to the true issues
before the country. And, if the spirit whieh
has been-wont to animate the native io pula
tion of those States has. not entirely sue
cumbdd, they' will turn upon their anmasked
betrayers, and .strike them to the earth.
They will be restored to their "first love,"
and will fly with ardor to the help of that
State which shall have thrown herself into.
the breach. Our true frienda are, every where,
imploring Heaven th:at South Carolina May
make'the issue nbw-they'feel that they are
being borne down bVyh swiftdescending flood,
'which her action alone can check, We. have
thejaiGiT upon our side., We have the snt
PATHIES -OF THOSE AT THE SOUTH WIVt PREFER
JUSTT'eBTo THE UNio.- -We will liave the
n1*0r , f 'their. Antms if need be. The pros-,
pet if we delay, is cheerless and gloomy.
Thet enemy 'are advancing-our ranks are
eeatainly receding. Virginia .is admitted to
begone--North Carolina is given up as rap
idly verging'towards freesoilism. Kentucky,
Missouri,- Tennessee, and Louisiana abhor
disunioxtunder any circumstances that now
exist, or are likelf to arise. If South Care
liaideclines action, her influence, to isay the
lettaflyih rat rdaired theadvocates
ofSut w' d ill be dis
iil Be lavidl i''s the en, to
sp'red disafeletioarymd-distoyalty atong-oiir
leaded, South Carolina jnay b0:th ietto
be tafdpered-With. -Great'Heaveis! fto think
tijit lte to'o) iay 1iedcmd the: Tlt ii of
tfyi Ue'us fly,whiley'et we ma.
(f'siFredoii nam'e, get beyond the
reach of this contaminating influence. Let,
is-sever the link that'binds us tothis'eeniral
mionster. Rather~ thain 'relain longer to be
Soe~ the dupes of time-serving politicians,
thf'ininions of an irresponsible monieyed ty
raisiy, let- us sacrifiee if need be, half that
*v~possess-let us mau shiys and defend our
independence on the water-let us arm regi
ments, and meet them on land. Let us but
take-our position boldly and let us pledge our
last dollar and our last drop of blood in -the
cause, and wve must prove invIncible.
I aim mistaken in Independence, if lie does
not heartily respond to these sentiments.
-. *DECxsxoN or ~1850.
(To be Continud.)
From the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser.
As the political position of the Palmetto
State is one.of peculiar interest and attraction
at this'time, we' insert below an account of a
speech delivered-byione of her Senators at
Edgufield Court House, a few days ago-the
Hon. A. P. Butler. We take it from .the
Edgefield Advertiser, the editor'of which is a
brother-in-law of the Senator-a staunch
advocate of separate secession. In connection
witir this' speech we would state that Gen.
Wallace and Mr. Orr, two Congressmen from
the State, are reported to have made speechesi
todheir constituents lately, in which they
toold ground' similar to that of Senator
-Bitler. 'These things are not agreeable to
many of- us who are prepared to. back South
Carolina at any cost, but'it is imsoi-tant that
they sho'uld be known. :So it appears that
there rare serious 'divisions even in .that gal.
lent little State' as to her true policy in the
present emergency. South Carolina not uni
ted-but divided ! It strikes .our ear with
omiius forebodings-almost with teri-or;
something akin to that awful sound of ' Le
Garde recule"' to the "grand army" of the
Emperor on the field;of Waterloo. When
tha in'ble State-now the last hope of the
Sodil-shall-have bowed to Northern tyran
my and'ppreaaion. by a quiet submission,
.theor indeed may ,the South speedily prepare
for-that terrible eatastrophe.that surely awaits
her-the abolition of~slavery net only in the
District of-Columibia,'but in the States. May
the.Groat Rbler'of'nations nerve hers sons to
take,.tJat course. .which ais the only salvation
ofejjersplitorithe South.; If the pusillanimi
ot4q ter: Southern States shall induce
p.. gifthhold rtheir .comOperation; them
rth: a9dulonp; sand: hetL devoted' senis,
sttered far and uar,'over the whole' Sotath
adWe'st, will if need-he, rally -to her. stand
-jrgaipoldkerhonor.- -She hastehildren
enough Withtgieher borders. to drive off
evelj nrceenry invader; that .may pollute
her soil.r, And wrherwis. the South Caroli
nian that would not respond to the 'calls of
his native State?
- .,"3 A ..LETE0. front ith nlaster gof
Upyssel Iately aiedlnthe ,Thames from
jiu4o1f Landon, was~ taking ina cargo at Sy
ney.a Ig' .alifornia consisting of ready mae
cois..ewhicltwerc filled with bottled beer !
* MURDER IK-NERsuwATIW:e.Amduun'Jour
nal, of the 18th instint, says: It is-o-a disa
greeable duty to state, that a woman by the
name of Eliz..Marthers, was killedyesterday
in this dlstrit; ab6ut- seven inile'abovt this
She iva abl id bbd th- 1 tho t, neAL left
bar, dad is sdpposed to have died soon after
receiving the wound..- Charles K. Brewer has
been commitfed to .j;il charged with the per
petraitio~n ofthe libolicall Act.
COLUMBIA, April 21.
The Cctton market opened this morning. with
somewhat less animation than that which cliarac
terized it at the elose of last week, and in the
course of the day prices receded j on rates then
current. 182 bales changed hands at prices va
rying from 7A to 101 cents.
CHARLESTON, April 21.
Twelvo hundred bales of Cotton were sold
to-day, .at from 81 to 11. The market-is steady
at Saturday's decline.
Zor the Southern Congress.
Mr. EDOR: I offer for the consideration
of the voters of this Congressional District,
Col. F. W. Pi.KENS and DRAYTOYNNANCE,
Esq., as candidates to represent'it in the
Southern Congress. They are gehtlemen of
ripe experience, of tried patriotism; and -united
to the State by thi highest and holiest ties.
These gentlemen would .possess some ad
vantages from their attendance upon the
Nashville Convention abovenmany others, no
less worthy and qnalified in other respects.
Butler Lodge, No. 17 I, 0 F.
A Regular meeting of this Lodge
will be held on Monday evening next.
'at 8 oclock.
JOSEPH ABNEY, See'y.
April 24, 1851 tf . 11
HE Undersigned is now receiving a con
TJ..plete assortment of
spring and Summer Goods%.
consisting of the latest styles of Dress Goods,.
Bareges, Tissues, Lawns, French- and Linen
Ginghams, Spring and Summer Silks, Bonnets,
1ibbands,. and a full assortment. of Trimmings.
and Millenery Goods, Rick. Muslin and Lace
Capes, Cuffs and Collars, Silk and Lace Shawls,
Hosiery of all kinds, Gloves and Mitts,! Gents:
and Boys wear, Domestics of every description,
Boots and Shoes, Groceries of superior qualities,
H'Iardware, Crockery, Willow Baskets and Wag
gons,'Carpet Bags, Parasols, Umbrellas, &c.
-A LS O
Fancy HAMS and Fitehes celebrated SHOUL
DERS, Superfine'CanalFLOUR, fresh every.
month, and in short every thing necessary to
supply the public wants.
Having taken special pains in-seldeting Goods
from the best and most fashionable Houses in the
City of New York,'a careful *exatninatibn is re
quested to test the cheapness and quality before
purchasing elsewhere. Thankful for patronage
heretoforereceived, no pains shall be spared to
suit customers nor no intentional misrepresenta
tion of Goods. .~ R.IR
A pril 24 tf 14
L1KETY YOtiK91KEG Atiboahut
A tweinty fontrycedsdae, wha. as raised in
Virgimiia, and has served nsa strikerin a Black
smith'Shop for-tenrr4welve years.-H~e is sold
for-no fatult. If not sold at private sale previous
to sale-day next,. he will be disposed of at public
a87 For futher patsticular,'apply'to Mir. G. L.
A pril 24 2t* 14
W ILL be sold -on FRID AY the 25th inst.,
at the late residence of R. U. Nicholls,
deceased, his personal estate, consisting mainly
of Carpets, Beds, Pianoes, Books, and other
Household and Kitchen Furniture, upon a credit
until the first of November next. Purchaser to
give notes with approved sureties. All sums
under $5, cash.
H. R. SPANN, Adm'r.
A pril 24 It 14
Strayjed or StoLen
FJROM the Subscriber, on thc 18th instant,
I' fom his residence two miles of Edgefield
Village, a BLACK HORSE, about 15j hands
high, long mane and tail, with a blaze in his face,
some of his feet white, also a white mark caused
by the saddle-good' limbs with the exception
of a small knot on one of his of fore legs, and
about 7 cor 8 years old. Any information res
pecting said horse left with Mr. John A. Addi
son at the Village or the Siubscriber, will be
thankfully received.- -
B. R. ADDISON.'
A pril 24 tf 14
O N the night of the 9th inst.,
.from the subscriber, who lives
5 miles north-west of the town 'of
Newberry, on'the main road from
Greenville to Columbia, a Black
MARE, about sixteen hands high, about nine
years old, well made and in good order. She
trots well, but does not pace, and walks fasst; has
a long tail mand mane; is jet. blsek; has a small
white spot ini theO centre of thme forehead, and a
little white on both hind feet just abovc the hoot',
not reaching to the fetlock.
Any person bringing back the said Mare, or
furnishing information, so that she can be got,
shall be handsomely rewarded. I would also be
glad to receive information so as to convict the
thief who stole her.
Newberry C. H., A pril 21, 1t
lrr Thme Palmetto State Banner, Greenville
Mountaineer, A bbeville lBanner and Edgefield
A dvertiser, will please copy "once and forward
bills to this office.-Neeberry Sentinel.
WXXILEY TIMMERMAN, living near Liber
ty Hill, Edgefield Dietrict, tolle before mc
a BROWN BAY HORSE, supposed to be six
years old, two hind feet white, blaze in his face,
marked with the gear, 15 hands high. Appraised
at forty-five. dollars.
JOHN TOMPKINS, M. E. D
April15 tm ' .. 14'
1LL those having demands against the estate
of Allen B. Addison, deeeased, are reques
ted to present them properly attested and those
indebted to make payment.
G. A. ADDI SON, , x's
E. J. MIMS. E e
July 24 1850 - : tf 27
-Old Dr. Jacob"Towhsend's
JUST """''''''''''o ''n'o " OldDr *Jco
Townsend's origiualompound Syrup of Sar
saparillas, and for sale'af 'the Drug and .Chemical
M re Ne CGood.
BY THE LAST STEAMERS.
WILI.IA ~rf, CRA NE,
[ AS received the. balance of his Stock of
SPRING AND SUMlMER GOODS,
vhich makes his asosrment complete and more
.xtensive than ho las ever ofYered before, em
Rich French Organdies and Jaconets,
Rich Silk Berttiste and Tissue,
Rich.Black and Chene Silks,
Elegant Black and Blue Lace Veils,
Very Rich Embroidered-Paris Lace Capes,
A large assortment of Muslins, Lacons, Ging
hams and Prints, very cheap,
Another lot of Chene Berages, cheap,
Rich Lace Shawls, Mantillas and Scarfs,
Fine Embroidered Muslin and Laee Sleaves,
Rich Embroidered Lace and Muslin Collars
A large assortment of Parasols and Fans of
the newest fashion,
Fine French and English Drap DeEte,
Elegant Embroidered Marseiles Vest'Patterns,
Fine Black Mohair Cord,-for pants,
Fancy Single blilled Cassimere,
Brown Linen Herrinbone Drilling,
Fine fashionable Linen Drilling, -
Fine White Marquise and Berage,
Small figured French Prints,
A large assortment L. C. Handkerchiefs, some
- very fine and rich embroidered,
A large assortment English and German-Ho
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains,
Turkey Red Cambric, Furniture Dimity,
- Fu'rniture Fringes, Irish Linens,
Table Diaper Damask Napkins,
Kid Gloves and Twisted Silk Mitts,
Irish and Germaii Linen Sheeting,
Pillow Case Linen, Fine Black Alpacea,
Fine Alourning Muslins and Lawns,
ro these and other rich and fashionable Goods
ot enumerated, lie would respectfully invite the
ttention of purchasers. 1le, is 'determined to
ell as low as any other House in the City.
~7T First Dry Goods Store below-the United
April 24-- --- 2t -14
New Goods, lNew Goods.
L ALLERSTEDT & WIMBERLY, have re
ceived at their old stand, corner of the
3obe Ilotel, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., 'for
pring and Summer, the newest and most cle
rant styles of
Plain Figured Black SILKS,
do (o Colo'd
Super Embroidered MISLINS,
Extra Rich VELUTINES,
Earlston GILNGH ANIS and PRINTS,
Needle Worked COLLARS and CUFFS,
New style Lace PRINTS,
do do do CAPES,
Embroidered Crape SH AWLS,
A complete assortment of Blena'd and Brown
SHEETINGS and SHIRTING,
Irish LLNEN and Linen SHEETING,
'Birds Eye DIAPER and TOWELLING,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
Lima Pant Stuff, great variety,
.OSNABURGS and STRIPES, &c.,
To w hieli they iniltith attention of families,
risiting the city.
. A pril 21, tf 14
T. the Public
W E are noWe ree'iving alarge and well ac
leeted stock of DRY GOODS, GROCE
RIES,'HARDWAR E, HATS, SHOES,&c.:
Which will be sold at the IMwasT market price.
WILI.18 & CHRISTIE.'
Marc h27 -tf'- 10
ic-c ! Io-eZ i e e
T HE Subscriber'keeps constantly on hand a
large,supply, of S5JPEPIQR.ICE, hobea
saley ia etua'which tI-bdf baW the 'City-ina
Countryfti-di,''on as Sieasonable tehns' acany
other House in the City.
,10hN B. MARTIN, kA-rr,- '
Charleston Neck Ice House.
Charleston, S. C., March 15, 1851.
IV. -Persons wishing Ice sent to any place
on the South Carolina or Georgia Rail Roads,
can be supplied by addressing a letter to the
Agent, at Charleston, S. C., and the Ice will be
forwarded on the receipt of the same.
J. B. M.. Agent.
Cost price charged for Casks and Blankets.
Drayage to Rail Road, 124 cents per package.
March 20 tf 9
TFo Contr'actors & Builders.
S EA LED Proposals will be received by the
Commissioners of Public Buildings of Edge
field District, for the building of a NEW JAIL,
until the 1 5th June next. The Plan and Speci
fitions of the work can be seen at the Sheriff's
JOHIN HUIET, CUAnen'.
A pril 17 9t . 13
117 The Temperance A dvocate and Augusta
R epublic will publish the above weekly, until the
15th June. and forwvard their accounts to this
officee for payment.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
L M. Mandy and others, Bill for Mar
R. P. Quarles and others. shaillg Asse.
IN pursuance of an Order of the Court of
IEquity in this case, passed at Juno Term,
1850: Notic is hereby given to the Credi
tors of the late Mercantile Firm of Penn &
Brannon, composed of G. L. Penn, Edmund
Penn and William B. Brannon, and fo'r the
year 1837 of the same persons, and of Shep
pard S. Hudson, and of Brannon & Mundy,
composed of said Wmn. B. Brannon and L
[H. Mundy, and of Brannon, Mundy & An
derson, composed of William B. Brannon, L.
Fl. Mundy and Robert Anderson, and of
Brannon &t Anderson, composed of Wmn. B.
Brannon and said Robert Anderson, and of
E. W. & W. B. Brannon, composed of said
W. B. Brannon and E. W. Bran~non, and also
to the Creditors of the individual partners
:omposing said Mercantile Firms, to prove
id establish their demands before me on
donday the 26th day of May next, and fail
ig to do so, they will be barred from any
share of the assets prayed to be Marshalled
i this ease.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Commn'rs Of1ice, April 9, 1851.
April 10 '7t 12
Land for' Sale!
ri HCE Subscriber offers for sale that excellent
..tract of land whereon lie now resides, sit
mted in this District,, on the Martintown and
Key Roads, twenty miles from Hamburg, and
leven from Edgefield Court House-containing
live hundred and sixty (560) aeres.
Said lands are in a healthy locality, well water
ed with excellent springs of- water. -Attached
to the premises arc a good Gin-House and Screw,
with all other improvements, necessary-for farm
ALL those indelbted to'the Estate of Abiah
1Robertson, deceased, are-requested to make
payment, and those having demnands:to.present
tiem, properly attested.
JOHN HILL, Adm.
April 29, 15
0100 f Lbs. BALTIMORE SIDNS,
UJust receiveddnan for sale low by
. WILLIAMS'& CHRTSTIE.
Mar'b21d51- - tf. ..- 10
Cheapwanfor, -as !
HIE Subscriber ee afuly invites attention
to his Igg..anq soRimaraportrnent-of
FRESh ,GGO.DS tvdoth resept jui
apprcohig isesD5 mj~zg~iil ay abe
found most.ofthe Is tyles of
LADIES' DRE suchas
Plain and' .&iCs
Piin.nid Fj edo (very pretty,
Foulnda Sil~s u
Printed Jscon' Wi's Mualins,
Plati . es.
Bro e, renaden,
dC e-ae i h Cambrics & Lawns
French Scotch Lmqrica ingbamsn
Embroid'd C ', Ciffb a Sleeves
*Edgings and q WrtuPs
Silk Thieidai viGlbvcs,
Silk and Cott i'leff
Silk Crape and Bonnets,.with hand
some Ribbons and I to match,
Fans and Par.le-with many other arti
cles useful as well as ernemental.
ORLEANS CLOTIS, SPRING CASIMER S,
LINEN -DRILINGS ,AND:NANKINS;
TER Bd(tSSHOES AND
- SI'.PPERS, &c',&.
Together with: gAeneqral assortment of
GROCERIES, IIARDWARE, SADDLERY, - t
All of whiel shall'be sold tf te oset -market
price, with a liberal discount to those who buy
W.- P. BUTLER.
W. BUTL E R,
TNVITES attentiort his. large and handsome
assortment of JEWBLRYamong which may
be found .Gold ..and SilKWATCHES,. Guard.
Fob and Vest., CHAIN BRACELETS, Ear I
and Finger R M MNALIOXS,j.OCKETS
BUTTONS, SEiAZS 4jtL&RMS and BROA- a
CHES, of-the most faslonable pattern. :
A lot of supeior DOUtRBARREL UNS
April 3, if 11
AGN & k-R; CO
NEWKBERRY C4L .
Importei'. ud Dealers in
HARDWARE, C'' Y - --
.GUNS, PAINS D GLASS,
DRY dqDS, .c
BOOTS, SHOE, EATSJ CAPS, r
GROCERIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
THE advcetpise wo: respetfully# invite the.
an examinatiorn bf~th-f t~oek of3bd ,* eli
consists of alniost yarti'l i ' HARD
WARE, QOQ RY DRY GOOD'lin
all of which'they-Wwill addukras the same
article can be pr'chui'ed inChirleston, with,
transportation oniy added.
AGNE .EISHER'&CO. ,
Y.. 2 94'3J Meriint Row,
.In frnnft '16111-y yConrt House.
April 17 - 3t 13
s - -
BY HIS EXCEIZENCY
Goovernor and aoomn -
and over the State of Souib Can
this Department that JACKSC -
charged with the commission of anatrocious mur
der, hansteseaped from-jalst Gillisonville, in the
State aforesaid: Now, therefore, -in order.- that
the said Jackson Vaigiiom may :be. brought to
trial, I, JOHN H. MBANS, Governor of the
State of South Carolins; do hereby off'er a re
ward of TWO H1UNDRED'DOLLARS for the
apprehension ande delivery of the said Jackson
Vaignem to the Sheriff'of Beaufort -District or
into any jail in this State. -
The said Vaignem' isabout five feet nine in
ches high, black eyes, hair and beard; dark
complexion ; about twenty-three years of age,
and has the end of his- -ih-fore-finger cut off
about the middle of the i I :
Given under my hand and. seal of the State, at
'Charleston. the tenth a of A pril, in the year
of our Lord one tho~n ' eight hundred and
fifty-one, and in the .seyenty. ifth. year of the
Sovereignty and lindependeace of -the United
States of America.
- J. H. MEANS.
By the Governor:;
Bzxs. Paar, See'ry of State.
. C7The several papers iii~this State; also the
Augusta Republic, Colunib'us Times and Savan
nah Georgian arc requested to give the above
three insertions, one each.geek, and forward
their accounts for paymeiktto this Department.
April-17. 3:). 13
Nancy Berry, .)
Claiborn Berry &, otliers.
B)Y Virtue of an orde from Johni Hill, Esq.
1)Ordinary of Ed d'1Disti-let, I shall
proceed to sell at EdgeidC. H. on the first
Monday in May next, therlands belonging to
the Estate of Thomas Berry, dee'd., situate
in said. District, .on wvaters30f .Jpian Creek,
containing one hundred~andbE aczres, more
or less, and a 'joining~ laido Arthur Do
zier, Isaac Riley, ThomM Crey.dMa
ob McCat .. . C -e ad a
Sadli 1116a 'a credit -unitil~
the 15th day of Janar " Purchasteto
ive bond and two app4o .secrities, and a
Inortgzage of tlpe premiseusio th'e Odiiiary to
secure the purchase me key.. .Coats to 'be
paid in Cash. .~
S. CHIIBTIE, S. B. D.
April 111 1851 8 St 13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-EDGEFIELD .TRICT ~
and others 1 I,,;
LB. NOrris, Sally 3ale, Alexander Nor
ris, Luther Norrisand1 ~ln J. Norris, De
fendants, reside .beyondthe -limits .of thyis
State: On motion of 'f~.irmFL, Solicitor,
Ordered, that the said Defendants, .a~lo
any child or cliildren: of4heaid Naihan;;J.
Norris, .not- named, abvd e ar and
plead, answer or demur to this il,withuin
three months .from, thel publication of this
Order, or that the said Bil be.takeir pro con
fesso against theur.M- -* r .- - -
. MS'.S. TOMPXINS, C. E. E. D.
Comni'rs Oflide,,4pr 1, 1851.
WHOLESALE & R
UNDARTHE UITED STA'I
J M. NEWBY & CO.. h.e jdst receive
* CLOTHING.. Gentlemtien in Wani of
EST MATERIAL, MAKE 4nid FLN1
They also kedp it large lot of fine SHII
Qr Call in and see them.
MYor9e New Gonids.
r HE Subscriber is now receiving an opening
one of the largest and best selected STOCK
)F GOODS that has ever been offered for sale
i the country, consisting of a great variety of
MRY GOODS, HARDWARE. CROKE
RY, GLASSWARE 4 GROCERIES.
ad in fact EVRY ARTICLE usually made u-.- of
1 the country, and will be: sold very LOW FOa
oAsIu or. on. accommodating terms t piuetual
April 8 6t. 12
New Commission House
IHE Undersigned having been engaged in
GENERAL COMMISSION 'and FAC
'ORAGE BUSINESS for thelastfifteen years,
2 this place, takes pleasure in informing his old
ustomers and the pubbe gonerally that he baw
'pened a'House to transact said business in all
A *arious branches.
From the long experience lie has had in this
usiness, enables him to say in,gmfidence, that
e will do as well for those who patronise hin -s
nboer.-Xouse in the United. .$ale or al.
ornia, and that no effort shall be left .untried, ,r
is omrt. tp do E-rrEa. . y
'onsigiinents of COTTONand'ahl ither 'p.
cs of produce'.'is well as MERCHANDIZE
Dr th intrywill.have his iidiiidual'aid.Pr.
nai lention, forwhich, liopes lie labot
a briefieial liolf to his constinkent an
rmself. d C
Sugar and CoUe.
2HHS. SUGA R, different brande,
7i Barrels St Croiftanne Suga;~
The UPPER BA'TTALION, will appear a
SHINBURGo, on Saturday the 17th May next..fo
Drill and Review.
The Commissioned and non-Commissionei
)fficrs will assemble the day previous armed
md equiped as the law dii-ects for Drill and Ini
The Major of -each Battalion is charged witli
he extension of this order.
By order of WM. QUATTLJEBUM,
Col. 9th Reg'L S. C. M.
Apil10, St 12
.1 Tanner Wantred.
A GOOD TANNER and DRESSER of
L . Leqther, who can come recommended au
bing well qualified to carry on the above busi
iess, can obtain immediate employment and good
vages, by applying to the Subscriber personally
>r by letter directed to Longniire's Store, Edge
ield District, S. C.
A pril 17 ' tf 13
7 The Augusta Republic and Charlesto:1
suri will copy the above once a week, for twc
uonths, and forward accounts to this office.
Bagging and Rape'.
25 Bals GUNN YBA GGING,
200 Pieces Dundee Bagging,
75 Coils, & inch Kentucky htope.
For sale by .,. A. BUJRNSIDE.
I~namburg, Feb 13 tf -2
LT persons indebted to the, estates of Thins
Flood, deceased. are reghiested to make im.
nediate payment, and all those having dem~ands
gaint said estateto present them properly.ttesi
ed according to law.
-WM. HIERB3ERT, A dm'r.
Se pt 2, 1850 '. :.1y 33
Fifty Dollars Ruard..
ANAW AY.frpm the Sbcie oetm
LLin -December last, a negro, man by the
tame -of LUKE, about thirty years of age, five
cstep or eleven inehcs. high, dark compk~xior
md Y-ather .pleasing coaitenanic. I. liurchased
aim of Allen S..Dorsier,.of th~ia District, near th<
laluda Riverg here he is well known, and inosi
ikely lurking in that neighborhood.
I will pay Fifty Dollars-ror his delivery to ma
n Hamburg, or. Thirty Dollars for his delivery
o any Jail in the State.
* G. W. GA1RMANY.
Iaburg, iaralf(1851 tf 7
.N otice.. ,.
..mD! TIBBETTS. nill hiete~aftor eel
Pt. BOOT'S and SHiQE,a~tbtheil.
Ilowing .priees,-for C A S Ii 0ONL Y.
Fine WatesProfBots,. ... i.. .:.9 Of
Fine I'umiBoots,...... - a . -. 0
Fia'Welteddod..-....... 7 0(
Mon's fine Pump. Shoes,.... 3.'. ;72
do do Welted do ~.. . 3 5(
do Kip 40999%.....2 04
. Ladis Cali:Shoes,.,.............. -1 7t
do do Bootees,....... 2
Janu uary 1851. t f 1
Lbs FINF. SIIOULDIERSjus
I~ Oreceived and tor salEha'vby
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
A pril 10 -'-' if 12
- J0.E .)Nolass8es. e
~BIS. NEW CROPy ashpi-ror article. fa
TAIL DEAW L -IN
T BAG. &c. &:
ESROTEL, A.UGUSTA GE& .:
i thewir St ock of .SPRIr~d 'AND SUMMERi
100DS, in their. line,, can .Aud-.them of the
Slft hem stliiklnmtandar. the. United
'TS, DRAWES, SUSPENDERS,"&c.
S-- '-- 13
CT N OT d0 E
'E HTEJNO6TC E .
T H-E Undersigned having sold his: interest In
. the CLOTHING ESTAB ISHMENT,
in iamburg, to Messrs. Sa&.. & BadoWNf Whe
respectfully iriform all persons indebted toi"md
either by note or accounit, that he nds it nees
sary to wvind up his business immediately.
ihse iEndebied tome, will please callon Mies
ing. Sabr & BoWN, woare AuLtBriZedto re
ceipt in my name, and make payment as soon as
In i-etiring f&om the concern, I would return my
sincere thanks to my friends-fortheir liberal-sup
port. and recommend the new: Sm of -Si . &
BRowN to the confidence of the public.
JOHN K. HORA.
Hamburg, April7, 3m 12
T HE Undersitiied aving'pu-hased the in
terest of JeHN K. H1oRA, in the
would respectfully informs his friendx and the
public zenerally, that they have associated them
selves ii the-Clothing Businessi in .Hamburg,
under the name .of, SALE & BROWN, and.ffill
continue to occupy .the oldstand'6 fTidA-&
Nr.iny, so lon.and fav6rbly known to il ~ -
Sonis visitind'thii ji1ace.
They would also inform the -public that ain u
tire new Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
is noew bing reedeivedeonsistingfevery yatt
sof articles -for Spring and -Sommer tradertoe
gether with a sunpergtok 9(, . . .
HATS, CAPS,TRUNKS, BUGGY AND HAND
UMBRELLAS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Cali d examine, for ever "effort on our art
willbe!ei'eted tobantiin theformer reputation
of thd House. ':
"0N .F BROWN.
H. A -KENtRICK, President.
Ulamburg, Mareb 18, 1851.. tf . 9
COLEMfAN's X ROADs, Mfarch 13; 1852.
ORDE R, NO- -.
T HE UPPER BATITALTON of the 1Otht
Reg~iment, S. C. M., niill appear at Towles',
on Saturday, the 3(1 of May, for Drill and Review.
The Lower Battalion, will appear at Mt. Wil
ling, on Saturday the 10th of May, for Drill
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned
Officers will assemble the day previous at the
place of rendezvous of their respective Battalions,
for IDrill and instruction.
By order of - M. W. CL ARY,
Col. 10th Rdg'nt S. C.M.
March 20 8St 9
"Zn statu quio at ha1n.
O F ALL DESCRIPTION'S nay be had at
the Tannery fo~r CAsn.
Also Tanner's and Ndat's.Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for 'Harness.
Caash paid for Hides and good:Oak Bark.
All orders addressed to* Willams&-Christie,
or to Mr. L. M. Munger. at. the Tan.Yard, will
be promptly attended to.... -..
-R. T. MIS.
Feb. 6.,y tf- 3
B: PALMER> TXLER,living In Grnit-e
. .ville, tolls before mo-a BAY HORSE,
wihwhite hind feet, star'in the. foerh'ead, blind
in both eyes, about fifteen hands high, adA suip
posed to be nine years old. A ppraised at.S15.
J. J. SENTELL, M. E. D.
Feb. 13, 185!. 4tn-- 6
[1 BBLS large No. 3. MACKEREL,
U)~ 30 Hal f barrels No 2 "
75 Kits, No 1.,
50UIalf It No 11For sale by '
Hambuirg, Feb 13 . tf 4
30 HHDS. CUBA MOLASSES.
10 " N. Orleans "
50 ". .Gillen. Sjnj@rjSdoe- For
sale b r- -j1 -ABURNSIDE.
H am ur eti e tf p ..
BOXES TURPENTINE ~~'
2bo Variegated'> " d o
14 Cases ChinesoWashing Fluid .F qpo
by . A. KENZIK
A1. .o: .. o . do
stareher and ironers. At private sal
. . .G. A.ADDISONi}
*in. t 185 .~hiis, ~ p;
Boarding for Young Ldid
T HE Subscribrwilaeommodate with board
inlg,. tonf oR efre -Youbg Ladies. His
Hose is roomiy~and pleasantly situated.conveni
ent to the Female Academies. . 'aren'ts"id
Guardians n ay be assured that every attenition
nueessry wil lie jihid to -Girls commifttatto4G
care. -' -* EDMUND PENN.
Ja. .161-' 4 .Li
hesp. for Cas.
r lE SUBRK~de
..lar~ge Stockof:- .
4PR1NG ANW4 UMM. R xM MED8
f the newest 'an nost fashionable* SW le
~mong whieh'ar'e - :
Rich Colored-and, fgured LiH
Tissue Silk and .-j * nJ-4
Plain, Checkdinik g
Pure '1 en.0
Kid a d;B-Nie-G)oDay -.'
Linen Sheeti and Snow d
Blea'ed and Broizalhilgem, h~ig
Cottn O buarStrpedarns.
BONM R R iHS9%SMA C
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS8N.IpPERS
WARE, A R 0
NAILSSADDLE ,TRUNE N
TOBACCO and SEGARS,
[n fact, a completeassortinef fa
Goods usually kept in a CounteylStirc. ThIe
were carefully selected cmnd bogh m y
low, and as our object.is to.do 8ryt e
buineaa, the *ll be sold at a egr.
ON T COST. W -aflis citea'
from all who wish topaDeryurah9ag
their Spring snpplls low ft,
March 27 t
TBEG4es 10 e aes.
I1 of Edgefleld VilI eanJ CO-0 ib~I~.
the house situated betwecn Mr.wi iStore
and the Court Uouge. - .
My STOK,: consisting of all 1the.!
Usually found inia' -8W. 1 e! Re-el' ft
rectlWY purebased; 0 in arl estn z, -V4
that import their. Gooda,priue' diuc* finn
Europe.., ,And I fiatter.n .a- -
perienef fve yerI- an
bing Housein tCarleston, eew.
facilities, hi eifAlid'nie' to -gt a
GOODS.'that will, in'polntaf nredpid
compare favorabycuwth4y i'st-ishetii
place.. Persons wishing. topurcham GlcTm
CASu or on a eredit ntill fan
will loose iothirb ieiiiii 9
A amal shaeorFdt a. ' ' -a - l1
EZdgefield C. g.g~ l sgf
rona bestowea upon
. (An inform,. k.,
tiu -la of DA NS8
at Edgefleld C. I. . - h e f"'d
froma e"ya * e
nnd'Ompoun.!8f iru s
same (wilenie-hi1 3t4
conA Cdne -.iuhit
and furii liUisjI4
gli . T~eLd eu!gniiil
at-e rd'ne, iup-Staisib NitmJ s I74
shreofptrnae .--e3 '6%d
March 20, tf
PIreSn Lum ager ismtp o.
. ~riinG-H the Ladle of 1Elred,
the st PemnustoarrO the m irn 'torla
aknosat hethsiee upSi. ial'' M an'~wp
plawse to reo iwh ht iaffieulyiu
shaer patronage. . ."'V~ d
Fear 6;0', htff. ,r.%
1~r. LE!Ho h im fJz 18&4 Taczn
wouldsesstwi aoeto hL~e
tan hao's at 0ne i.es ~pa~
th0i aron Ag. Ili- re
dance of wajar power, wefliuiadiI~1
igad other'houses,-and also;m3TlR
attached. Thereeannob h d~J
March.6 - m : .... 7
l7The lwberry Sentinel 'vIRl ilesse opy
three times and forward biRl to thisf'ole.A
TIE isriutesof thtate/df'. Go
vrde',will please takeF30tide' tn
the 7th. day pf Nay next, tbata aew
tribution will be made by th _..Q
field District, in said saend
Estate will please hahi lir -
Administiatorir bf Four'MIBaneb Ba fl
District, for payment on orle.*y
3 BS. CHOICE STONE UIj
Hamburg, Feb 3, ti
um mpavand' ter Eub
quested tobhad them to the subscriberp
"Sept 3j 1850 b~~Uurs .$