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.A.meeting of the, Southern Rights Club of
Montgomery was held at the Court House
on the 21st ult. The house .was filled to
Jefferson Noble,esq. (President,) explained
the object of the metingin a very brief man
ner to be the approval of the-resolutioris and
address of the late Southern Rights Conven
tion recently assembled in Charleston, South
Carolina. lethen, in a spirited and eloquent
manner, exhorted all true Southern Rights
men to come up boldly and manfully to the
maintainance of those resolutions and of
Southern rights generally.
Dr. Bellinger then offered the following
resolution, was unanimously adopted:
"Resolved, That this association approves
of the resolutions and address of the late
convention of Southern Rights Associations
of this StateY ." -
Mr. Yanov then offered the following reso
lutions, which were unanimously adopted.:..
"The members of this association have
read' with lively interest the proceedings of
the late convention of the Southern Rights
Associations of South Carolina, and desiring
to. express their-sympathy with the position
and' views.of thepeople of that State, and their
approval of the curse which that.convention
has recomImened, do resolve.
"1. That it'is th' right.of-South Carolina
to withdraw fron this Union without hin.
dzance-or molestation on the part of the
'2. That South Carolina is justified by the
-adt'aetion of. the greneral government and
by, the prospects of tho future in the exercise
of that right.
"3. That wrongs inflicted on South Caro
lina, being ;common- to all the slaveholding
States,' call for the united action of those
Sittes in some measures of effectual resis
tanee to them, and that it is very desirable
that there should be concert of action among
"4. That however desirable union and
concert may be in whatever action is taken to
resist these wrongs, resistance should not be
made idependent upon such union, andthat
as* South Carolina has failed to secure such
union after several- attempts to do so, she is
justifiable in proceeding nlone to place her
self beyond the reach of federal aggression.
"5. That, in our opinion, in-case the gener
.l government shall attempt to resist the net
of secesion by South Carolina, it will be the
'imperative 'duty of every other Southern
State to oppose the general governnent in
such. procedure by force.
"6. That, in our opinion, some overt act of
fresistance. tp the wrongs done the South is
nee'ssary to bring -together the elements of
reqistazcexisting in the South, and that the
secession of some. one State is the only act
. thsttan. accomplish this end.
"7. That, in our opinion, should Sonth
Carolina fail to secede,-such failure will -be
the linell of all hope of resistance to federal
oppiesijon ; that it will crush the spirit of
the South, and tend to -consolidate this
government upon the ruins of State rights."
Bowgia, and Alabama.
e bel~w an- extract of a letter re
c~'~d frM" the 9tate of Alabama. A letter
from - disglnkuishe4 source in GAorgia, says:
"A -gre hange is going on among us, as
time will siaow, and I wopuld not be surprised
i in less tha
afear. Fore oid he pr~tical issuesofeseces
r ant&~~i1~ewem the sua sln
ventuon has ten rasueueonnao
Sniitreii - nrehsu Nde
woul folow G orgiaaaf~l dra.w 4
thtuothiigheofo adec &act as the,
to this Freeseil Goverrithent."It wll fore
theisee A eeit4of the Southern
pedpfe araii of 'it, o~6ugh sympathizing'
s&6ingly~iit'&"uppbrters. Sweban actof.
secession of one State will compel an issue
between the South and the General Govern
ment. . The lissues. when made, 'eannot be'
other thnasectional;-it-eannot 'be other
than the'supor.or, overthrow of the institu
tion of Afrncan slavery. However much the
otior. States :my. have a distaste for it, they
will, in that 'event, be forced to take sides,
and when this is done, a Southern Confeder
acy inevitably follows.
Hlere,aseverywheroese,save in South Care
linii. public men are timid. The overshadow
ing-infioenee of this government appeals them..
They wish secession ! Believing that every
day's delay but adds to our weakness and the
strength of the government. There are some
here, a large minority, -who mean, -on the
principles alluded to, to force the issue here.
This we in io, by showing the politicians,
that we lhold the balance of power. The
Democratic party here is sound in sympathy,
but afraid. oflosings power on the question.
If dve sh'ow. themi that they. are in greater
danger of rosing 'it a tampering policy, and
will have to choose between secession and
federiilism, we think we shall obtain their co
At all events, the secession of South Caro
lina will throw the issue upon us for decision.
In this State, upon .that issue, a corporal's
guard cannot be rallied in favor of sustaining
theGd~ral -Government in the use of force
of anykind'against your State."
_ -KiLr'Eur-AN-E.EISlr.-We learn that
a lad was killdd by a blow from the trunk of
one of the elephants attached to Raymond
& Co's menagerie1 in Derby, during the ex.
hiiiditere'onWedn edy.'As is 'Ire.
quently the case, a crowd of boys were
fpedisgrthe~animal 'with nuts, apples '&c..
when the deceased, who was among the
number, wantonly punctured the trunk with
som&e shairp instrument, which enraged the
Thseceeper eaution the lad to keep away
after this occurred; or lie might he injured ;
but no heed was given to the warning, ad
soon aftersapproached within reaeh of the
elephnt's trunit fror whicli he received- a
blowon 'the head which prostrated him and
soon after caused his death.
SN. Havan Pail. Friday.
THE TEXrAs PAPEs8 iadnounce the death
of Governor Smith: a prominent eitizep of
the State. He wvas one of the earliest set
tIers of the country; was one of the most
active, zealous, andjinfluential advocates of
the .eparatioa:of:'Texas from the Govern.
meat of Mekico; and wa 'eleeted Governor
of the Provisional Government in September,
1835. Subsequenati sider the Republic, he
filled the oflice'of' ' tar'o~f'the Treasury,
duriiigitho' adhilnis'tration of Gee. Houston.
1- Caors nr Non CAtoLrNA.-..The
"crops of corn, cotth'dMirkat, tobaceo, and
fruits-in North Carolina, are at this tme i
a most lourishing edldtiwn, 'The 'Raleigh
Standard say. tlie tbbaooo frop In Gravlile
and on the Virgiias ,border,-promiss to be'
better than the crops of 1849 and 1850.
zater from Ezrope H!! ~
ARRIVAL OP THE WASHINGTON.
FAVORABLE CHANGE IN CoTToN.
New York, June 2;-6 pm.
The steamer Washinton has arrived froi
Liverpool, having left t port on the 21t
A favorable change is reported as havin
taken place in Cotton. On the 19th uit
7000 bales were sold;_ on the 20th ult, 500(
Accounts from the manufacturing district
Breadstuffs improving. -
Coffe steadi. Stock firm.
The Asia ai-rived at Liverpool on the 17t0
and the Pacific on the 19th ult The S1
Lawrence sails for the United States abou
the middle of June.
It has been proposed to apply the receipt
derived from the Great ExhibitioninLondoi
to educational purposes. ? The receipt
amount to fourteen hundred dollars per diem
The Legitimists are making great opposi
tion to Louis Napoleon.
The Belgium Ministry has resigned.
.Continental news unimportant.
A PATRONTIC WomAx.-The Charlestoi
Mercury, of the 28 inst., contained the follow
ing communication, the substance of whicl
was of actual occurrence, and took place 11
"Not longsince, while attending one o
the Tax Collector's polls in this parish,
was delighted to hear an expression fall fron
the lips of a lady who happened to be presen
at the polls, and I think it should be sprent
before your readers. It was as follows
When the Tax Collector handed her thi
amount of .her taxes, she exclaimed witl
astonishment: " Sir, what means all this
This account is double that of last year?
The Tax Collector then went on to tell he
of the new law, and finished by telling he
that the principal object of the taxes was t<
raise a sum of money to prepare South Caro
lina totmeet the enemy. On hearing this
her countenance brightened as she exelaiimed
"If that is the object, I 'care not were i
doubled again." Would that the God o
Battles would infuse in all our souls suel
noble patriotism! Then we would be pre
pared to preserve, pure and immaculate, thi
unsullied honor of the PALMETTO STATE."
"NoT . THE PEoLE."-"Who are urging
secession?" say the submissionists- and thei
organs. Our observations on the matter hav
convineed us that the feeling which is urging
the State on to- secession with rail roa<
speed, is not confined to any particular clan
or sex. We have heard the necessity of tho
step urged in the palaces of the wealthy, an
the humble cottages of the poor; by thi
politician, who is ever on the alert to fin*t
out the sentiments of the '"people," and b]
the sunburnt yeoman, whose honest counten
ance, plain garb and habits of life, all'berpeal
him devoid of political aspirations; by the
grave matron, as she surveyed with pride hel
group of boys,,who. were soon to grow ul
and take their position as independent, free
men of an independent State, or the degradei
vassals of a dependent province; and -by tho
youthful maiden, who would prefer to set
her brothersand lovers slaughtered in a con
test for equal.rights, than living and submit
tingfto enacknowledged.wrong., The moo
tony'f our editormal sanctumwas interj tec
the other day bv a,visit'froim "one thi
Pedple? who sali hadlh'erthaf;t wvere
ultra.pi' omon' the 4uestion omse ssioi
~ ~ was still
piotwi iss1iird e tritioae- b
"at all' hazardt" N1i grsse'htul in
favoi'ofearlysedessioa on the parrof Sou th
Carolina-oftdrawingthe line,iis he'egpres.
ed ig, and seeing who wore our-friends.
Tn WEATHER AND THE- Caops.-The
weather is and has been for several days ex.
treiely warm and dry-the thermometei
rangmg from-80.:to 90 degrees. We have
ntada drop of- -rain for some four orfe
weeks, and the need of it is fast telling
0n the crops-the corn is'badly wilted, and is
many places burnt-the cotton is smail, sickly
and yellow; oats has come to a dead stand
-gardens arc severely injured and nothing
seems to be doing well but the wheat crop,
which presents a fine prospect for an abun
dant harvest. But wit~h the exception of the
wheat, we have strong indications of at leasi
a daguerreotype likeness of'45.
7 FEaMALE MEDICAL COLLEGE.-ThIe
second annual catalogue of this institutioil
at Philadelphia, (Pa.) shows that it now has
forty female students of medicine, all of their
being from Pennsylvania except six, one ol
whoim hails England,twvo from Massachusetts
and one from each of the States of New York
Ohio, and Vermont.
gW" Scuoots ri GEoRGUA.-There tis t0
be a'- convention of delegates from each oi
of the counties in the~ State, on the 8tli
July, at Marietta, Georgia, to devise some
practical school' stem, and the means 01
carrying it into effect. Great interest is fell
in all parts of thE'State, and the attendanct
of the convention is expected to be large and
to embrace talents of the highest order.
. Ejg 9!tartetu.
COLUMBIA, June 2.
The Cotton market thus far, this week, hai
been quiet and inactive. This state of the mar
ket has been induced more from the want of
supply of Cotton on sale, than the want of a de
mand, which is still active and good, at very ful
prices.-Twenty-two bales were sold at 5& to 8d
CHARLESTON, June 2.
The demand for cotton was good to-day, and
at full prices.~ _Sales 1.000 bales, at 6j a 9j-th<
bulk (600 bales) at 9 a 91.
Butler Lodge, No, 17 I.0 0, '
A Regular meeting of this Lodge
will be held on Monday evening nex
JOSEPH ABNEY, See'y.
June 51851 tf 20
* ~il1 l oises for Sale.
T HE Subscriber, living on. Cloud's Creel
respectfully informs the public that hei
now engaged at in the MfILL STONE CUT
TING BUSINESS, and will be prepared at thi
shortest notice to fill any order that ma'y come ii
his line of business. The Stones are of the bee
quality, ad the Workmanship. warranted to be
Inferiorto none in the State. :
For further information .address the Subseri
ber at Lecsville, Lixington,'S. C.
GEORGE E. HIENDY.
.Rmnanseus.-Maj. Isaac Bor.a, C. J. Gr.o
TSR and Asao. Warr-rrs.
.Tu ie5' 3m . 9n
Iw'ainheViie Cash Store!
HESbscriber -espectfully calls the atter
~tioof farmers and the commnity gen
rally to his Store in Graniteville, nuere he kee
constantly on hand a NEW and WELL A1
a SORTED~ Stoek of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOE4
and nearly every variety of Goods, and is sellin
at the CheepL rates eve+-known above Ch,
Sleston! He buys for CASH and engages '
aell as -.CHEAP as Augusta, Hamburg, Aiker
or any other neighboring market.
. Lidies- wishng to, buy Bonnets of the late
style, either trined or untrimed, will do well t
exunina his Stock before purehasing elsewher
He is prepared to have l3onnets trimmed in th
latest styles or to order at the shortest notie<
CHEAP CASH SYSTEM
will be sure tosavemou ey by giving him a tria
.7 The highest market price will be given fo
-all saleable produce in exchange for Goods.
- A. B. MULLIGAN.
June 4, tf 20
- Just Received.
THE Subscriber has just received anothe
supply of FASHIONABLE GOODS fo
the Sununer, very pretty for the Ladies.
Also a good lot of excellent Apple Vinegar
and Salt by the Sack, all of which will' be sol<
CHEAP for CASH or on accommodating term
to punctual customers.
M. W. CLART.
June-5 st 20
THE Undersigned respectfully solicit the at
..tention of Country Merchants and Planter
to their very extensive and well assorted Stoel
of GROCERIES, LIQUORS,-&c., &o., con
400 Hhds Clarifed New Orleans and.Museco
300 Packages Crushed and Loaf Sugar.
150 Bbls No 1 and 2 Clarified Sugar.
1000 Bags Cuba, Rio and Java: Coffee,
4000 Pieces Dundee Bagging, (weighing jt
15 lbs-44 to4&inches.r
100 Bales Heavy Gunny B- g.
1000 .Coils J inch Hemp Rop..
500 Hhds Bacon Sides (Baltimore Curing)
100 do Choice Shoulders,
100 do Museovado Molasses,
1000 Bbis New Orleans Syrup,
1200 do Rectified Whiskey,
300 do N. E.Rum,
100 do Northern Gin,
200 Packages French and Domestic Brandy,
150 do. Madeira and Tein. Winc,
100 do Sweet Malaga Wine,
150 Boxes Tobacco. (various qualities,)
300 M. Segars, (assorted brands)
50 Comks London Porter
300 Boxes Sperm and Adamantine. Candles,
Together with Soaps Starch, Raisins, Teas
Spices, Champagne, Cordials, Syrups, Pickle
and all articles usually kept in their line, whiel
they offer for sale on accommodating terms.
0T Orders -promptly and faithfully executed.
SIMMS & NANCE,
No. 1, Hayne St, Corner Church St.,
Charleston S. C.
June5, tf 20
J;.2sD REGIMENT CAVALRY
EGEImELD C. H., June 3d, 1851.
A COURT MARTIAL for the trial.of De
.A1 faulters of the Bagefield Squadron of Ca,
alry,'for thie SlarnPrdat1kgefield Conr
Hos nMay- lst, will e'onvene at Edgc6-li
-Court'House orthe first Monday in July next:.
The Court will epnasist of .apt..Bonasss,Presi
dent~ Lieuts. YELDELL an msN and Cor
.aets IrhtusndHiLL Menei@P. S. aoexs
u dgA icate. -.B 0rdAr 5M,
- c.2nd Regs Cav'ry.
T4une 5, 1851:-% 5t 20
A N EtEiCTION will be held at..Cosbysoa
.L~the Fourtb Saturday in :June ner~t. fou
rst Lisutenanti the Ealgefield Hussers Trooj
of Cavalry, to fill the vacancy ocdaione-bllh
resignation~of D. M.:GLovma.
By order of THOS. W. LANHA.M,
Col. 2d Reg't Cav'ry.
May 30th, 1851. .. 3t 20
*XOTICE is hereby 'given, that the abov<
.I~Mills, of two run of the BEST FRENCEl
,BURR STPNES, is now in full operation. On<
run is arranged in the Merchant style of grind
are both arranged with the best and latest stylk
of Cloths. To the Mills is attached an excelleni
cleaning apparatus, warranted to take smut oul
of well dried wheat ;-no wheat will be ground
that is not well dried.
In addition to the above, there are two run-ol
Granite Stones for grinding corn.
The above Mills are situated about seven miles
East of Lott's and six miles South of the Ridge
The Subscribers return their thanks to theil
patrons for past favors and solicit a eontiuanet
of the same, only so long as they merit-it.
Any communication addressed to us at Edist<
Mills, will be thankfully received and promuptly
.W. L. & P. J. COLEMAN.
June 2, 1851. . 2m ..20
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Elijah Still and others, *. Pason
Elizabeth Still and others..
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtune o:
'an order from the Court of Equity ir
this ease, I shall sell at Edgfield Cour
House, on the first Monday in July next, the
following real estate of Joseph Still de
The Home Tract containing three hun
dred acres, more or less, situated in the Dia
trict and State aforesaid, and adjoining lands
of Benj. Stephens, J. F. Lowroy, Clara Lan
drum and others.
IAlso. the Upper part of a Tract of Land
described in the bill as containing four hun
dred acres, more or less, and adjoining lands
of John Quattlebum, George Outz, S.!F
May, John B. Hamilton and others. Th<
said Upper part of said Tract of 400 acres
said to contain two hundred and twelvi
acres, more or less.
Also, the Lower part of the above Trae
,of Land, described as containing four hur
dred acres, more or less. Said *Lower par
tor Tract said to contain one hundred an
ninety-four acres, more or less.
Said lands will be sold on a credit c
twelve months from the day of sale. Pmr
chase money to be secured by bond and goee
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comnm'ra Office, June 4, 1851.
June 5, . 5 20
Sugar and Coffie
20OHHS. SUGAR,' different brands,
75 Barrels St. Croix Granulated Sugar,
16 Barrels Crushedand Powdered Sugar,
1000 Lbs. Loaf Sugar, double refined,
50 Barrels Coffee Sugar,
75 Bags p rime Rio Coffee, ' C
-25 " best Old Government Java Cofee.
Forsale by . '.a-A. BURNSIDE.
lMaanre Fob 1'3 if 4
THE GKEEJ ViSUMMErIMEuDICINE!
I- D jr-GUYS-0-TIS
IMPROVED RXTRACT OF
FOR the- af di or disorders gene
rated by rsblod: It great success
justly entitles it to thenaine 4 the
g Great 6ricatAlSeifie.
- So far as it fjjiow it launlvbrrally apprecia
a ted, and many iminent physicians use it daily in
their practice witt the most~ happy, eficts, and
certify that it is the best'estract mt existenge, and
t the only that
ST .TEST OF TIME.
Every year igreat opularity, andmul
tiplies its astonishliigc-Ure. The victim of
With supparitia-f~iidihney-combed flesh, and
caries eating into hbdnes,.'fidiGuysott's Yel
low Dock and Sarsaparilla a balm for his afihic
- tions. His horrible-tnrmsnts'areasaaged, and
r his malad otQly relievi, but PERMANENT
It may be uasfe1!serted, 'ltii the results of
p at experience,jdiiar .Tr. Guysott's Extract of
llow Dock i,' is, beyond all
MOST WONDE3 RE3IEDY ON EARTH
r for the 6ollowingZlseses and all others proceed
ing from VITIATEIB i.
Scrofula or King'iliEl,.Rheumatism, Obstinate
Cutaneous E71ptoas,.Pi2 ples or Pustule on the
2face, Blotches, -Cnic Sore Eyes, Ring
worm or Tetter' biifd Ji'ad, -Enlargement and
Pains of the BWssii Ioints, Stdbborn Ulcers,
Syphilitic uba iseases a srg om an
Injudicious usey, Acites or Dropsy,
Exposuro,orlmp mdiain lfe, Liver Complaint,
Ague and Fdver; ntQmiing evr, Choler Nor
bus, Dyi Plcthoia -of Blodi
the Headi. l te Back, Sides, Breast
- or Lsard .tt of MuscularGlanduhr
s and SkieDise .
j It is a soverel eifi for General Debility,
and the best reniiatbr fdr a:Broken Constitution.
It braces and re-Inigorate. every.organ, promotes
activity and RA i everyfuseon, and pro
duces that condl6i of the whole physical stem,
which is the best imigitrity for-LONG LIFE.
Let all who.lih purge the blood from the
imprties.,iitre _ ftn the free. indulgence of
the appetite dui~th6intr and -to prpare the
MMf fEPIDE CS,
RE* 1z -
soRT iow'to ' G oi Extrict of Yellow Dock
and rpalla . liipovig itself an anti
dote for many of s tmaliginant disea that
flesh is heir to, anltey wil neWeIi-be disappointed;
for in this remedil.pblicWaithhas never wa
vered-never.can ~ for It is.:founded on ex
perience, just ais' t of faith in other and
aurious o founded in experience.
?ey FLY' NEKL -NOSTRUMS to
seek hope, life irfrom-tbis
Therefore, broken down in health and
spirits, hoWeveileathsome to himdelf and others,
let no one des ovry, let the patient nly
understand I - of phystal resforation
lies onfin'" G .V EXracoF YELLOW
DOcK Af,) SARsA ,'and persuade him for
his LIFE'S SA it, and-we nave no hesi
tatoiiPredic Medyrestoration tohealth.
As a fies of ri g all the functions-of
WOMAN'S DELC&TE ORGANIZATION,
it has no ri ilteria- niedica, bnd at that
critical 0 od Wf en thefirst stage of her
doclineacoumeal .U cordial and invigoratin
r to PASS THE RISIS
g NonLe p ut up in large- bot
ties contstning u and name of the Syrup
blown in -the Written signature S.
F.-Beinnete wte eirapjfer. .
gPa iu; ,bbte-or 6 bottles.fdi- $5.
. SCOVIL & MEAD,
n 9 street, New Orleans,
Sole General the.Southern States, to
whonm all order m addresed., -
Sold byG I Edgefield C. H.; WARD
L-AW & DEND e C.H.ER.T"&
JAtS Ire~ . A. J. CREIGHTON,
S. C.; HA LEY &CO., ugusta,
a 5 -
in Ii 1~ roperby-imn the
W. B. Saumue -bMtrphy, thti tract
of -land-belo, - it~defenid'ant, contain
in fifty''aeresmV rless,'adjaining lands
of Mise&Simael, Mfid'Sh'lir and others.
Fleming, Mclntire & .Co..vs John Hill,
Administratoir~of l. R. $mith; all that sec
tion of land sijuated withmn the corporate
limits of the Town'of HWadiburg, and kndown
-as section No. 7;ecehtninng nineteen and 99
100 acres, more or c5esibunded Onik'North
y section of.-land No. 6,on the East by the
Edgefield Road;.ind. section No. 11, on
the South by the Town of.Hamrburg, and on
the West bynds of Chatrles Hammond and
Terms Cash. .
June ,185 . CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Jun 4 151to 20
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA.
Whitefield Brooks, et al.
DY Virtuecof an Execution in-this case, I
Dshall proceed.to sell .at Edgefield Court
House on the firag Ifnday in July next,
seven acres of landl, bouhded. orth by Thos
G. Bacon, East by Mrs. Weatherford, South
by Mrs. Blaloc, and West by Sherry Covar,
and on the day following, I will sell at the late
residence of James Cochran, dee'd., 2-Beds
and Furniture and 2 Bedateads, 10 Chairs,
l1 paW/ Dzies~ I -Sidie -Bord, 2 Tables,
Shovel and Tongs, 1 patir-FreTrons, I Clock,
some Cookig Ware,2 Si'oothing'-Ii-ons and
Cheat, levied on as theproperty of James
Cochran. *: -. " -
Juno 4' D; WHITE, C. E. Da
- June 4-'20
9,200 Acres Pine Lands
FO0R. SL E!
BEING desirous o-ekr scag nm
binsI will sellat pnyvate sale my lands
son Shaw's Creek,,13 miles froimEdgefield, and
10 frm Aiken. On-the premis~es are an abun
dance of water power, Veil improved'withi dwvel
lngs andi other-houses,iand also, my POTT'ERY
:attched. There can now be a bargain had.
- C. RiHODES.
-Marh6, ' a 3rd . a 7
.7 T7he Newberry Sentinel will pleasa copy
Sthree times and forward bifl-tothis oilice.
BOXES TURPENTINE SOAP,
--~pq20 boxes VariegatedA.~ do
14 Cases Chinesa sashinge-Fluid. For sale
hy . .i k KENtRICK.
H Iamburg, FebS 3 Af. . S
I~TLEY TIMMERMAN,Iiving.near Liber
[ ty ~illEdgeflild Distriet,tolle before me
a BROWN BAY .HORSE, supposed to be six
years old, two 'hind feet: white,. blare in hisface,
marked with the gear, 15handsbigh. Apprised
at forty-five dollars.
JOHN TOMPKINS, M. E. D.
April15. :.91t . afUte; 14
SNOWDEN &SE UaR,
* Acous-rS; GA~
~AVE received frotn ~lc a suppiy of
.: iDlutch Bolting CLTS ,i~ 1, 2,'3,
. 5, 6, 7,8,9 and'10. ~'To .ti respectfully
invite the attentlion of the public.> -
Constantly on' Hand and
HE Subscriber liasJist received some beau
. tiful EMBROIDERED GOODS, to which
lie invites attention, among them may be found
Worked Muslia Mantillas and Saeques,
u. " and Lace Copes,
99 4" " Sleeves,
4 " Cbemezettes and Inside Hand
" Collars and Cufn,
Col'd Barage.Manttles and Mantillas,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
White and Col'd Canton Crape Shawls,
" Sewing Silk do
Genta and Ladies Sup. Kid and Silk Gloves,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings, and Pillow
Rich Furniture Prints,
" Figured Damasks for Curtains,
Some Silk and Cotton Hosiery, &e.
-AL S 0
A few more fine WATCHES and CHAINS,
Ladies CHATALAINS and BROACHES,
KEYS, CHARMS, &c., &c.
W. P, BUTLER.
May 29, . tf 19
NIESSRS. LEIGH & TUCKER would res,
'.6 pectfully announce to the citizens of Edge
.e1d andvicinity, that their Daguerrean Car is
ow completed, and will remain in the above
plee -for a short time, for the purpose of afford
ing all an opportunity of obtaining one or more
Af their unrivaled Daguerreotypes.
Our Light being constructed on the most sel
antific.plan, being a combined aky and side light,
ulables-us to produce a style of pictures unsur
passed in this country.
Mlay 29 tf 19
South'rn Water Cure Institute
- -LOCATED AT MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.
YTS magnitunde being recently enlarged is
Lnow capable of accommodating TWO HUN.
DRED AND FIFTY (250)'persons. The pro.
per appointments' of this Institution render it
most attractive to Invalids who may be forced to
seek redemption from disease.
T. CARLTON COYLE, M. D.
May 28, 1851. ly 19
. TROF. A. C. BARRY'S
OR, MEDICATED COMPOUND,
rNFALLIABLE for renewing, invigorating, and
j beautifying the Hair, removing the scurf, dan
iruff, and all.affections of the scalp, and curing
,ruptions on the skin, diseases of the glands, mus
:les and integuments, and relieviig -stings, cuts,
bruises, sprans, &c. With this preparation " there
no such word as fail." The first journals in
America, medical men of the highest eminence,
prominent citizens of all professions, and Indies
who have.used.it for years in their dressing rooms
ind nurseries,"admit with one accord, that for im
parting vigor, gloss, luxuriance and curl to the
hair, eradicating scurf and dandruff, healing
ounds, curing contusions, sprains, stings, &c.,
m.d relieving diseases of the skin, the glands, and
the muscles, it has no equal-, among the multitude
)f compounds advertised -in the public prints, or
msedin prvate practice. In cheapness as well as
,ficacy, Barry's Trieopherous is unrivalled. The
immense cash sales -of the article have enabled the
Inventor to supply it at retail, at 25 cents per hot
le, which is from 50 to 100 per cent. less than the
price of any other preparation for the hair now in
se. The scientific treatise on the hair and the
ikin, (embracing valuable directions for the culture
mid. preservation of Nature's ehoisest ornament,)
b which-eachbottle- is enclosed, is alone worth
he .money. ----
. Sold, in lgebottles. price 25 cents,.at the p*i
,ija offe;-17Bradwa New-York; and bhe
[nite tiS and Canada, dby G.LPEw4
1850E AiOdO!t19 - ' 5t
esetfully inform all pewons indebted to him,
tither~j n'ote or account that befinds t-lieces
ry-to winduap his business immediately.
'Thiose indebted. tonme, will. plesse call--on Mes
rs. Sn.E & Bntowv, ivho are authorized to. re
eipt.in my name, and make payment as soon as
In'retiring from the concern, I would return my
iiei'ec thanks to my friends for their liberal supa
ot,and recommend the new firn-of SALE &
3RowiN to the confidence of the public.
4 - - -JOHN K. HORA.
Hamburg, April 7, 3m 12
Coparinership A olice.
rHEI Undersigned having purchased the in
terest of Jones K. HoRA, in the
ould respectfully informs his friends and the
rblic generally, that they have associated them
elves in the Clothing Business, in Hamburg,
uder the name of SaLE & B~aown, and will
~ontinue to occupy the old stand of HoRA &
~swayso long and -favorably known to all per
ions visiting this place.
They would also inform the public that an en
ire new Stock .of
READY MADE CLOTHING
s now being received, consisting of every variety
>f articles for Spring and Summer trade, to
rethr wvith a superior Stock of
hATS, CAPSTRUNKS, BUGGY AND HAND
UMBRELLAS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Dall and examine, for every effort on our part
vil be exerted to sustain the former reputation
>f the House.
W. W. SALE,
. . GEO. F. BROWN.
Hamburg, April 7, 3m 12
F OUR MILES of the Hamburg and Edge
field Plank Road being COMPLETED, is
now opened for the use of the Public.
RATES OF TOLL.
Wagons drawn by.4 or more horses,..5ec pr mile
do do " 2 . do .3c " "
do or.Carts drawn by one do . .2c " "
arriages, &e., drawn by two do . . 3 " "
Eorseback Travellers,...........Ic "
H. A. KENRICK, President.
Hmburg,May 22, 18 1. tf 19
.1V. 0. .tlolasses.
15 BLS. NEW CROP, a superior article, for
Wsale by HI. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg,-Feb 3 if - 3
3O BLS. CHOICE STONE LIME, not
slacked, in fine order. For sale by
HI. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Feb 3, : te 3
DJI. TflBBETTS will hereafter sell
. BOOTS and SHOES, at thie-fol
lowing prices, for C A SH O NL Y:
Fine Water Proof Boots,.......... $9 00
Fine Pump Boots,...............58 00
Fine Welted do........ ....... 7 00
Men's fine Pump Shoes,.......... 3 75
do do Welted do-....... ... 3 50
do liT do do........... 200
Ladies ..Shoe,................ 1 75
-do do flootees,............. .2 00
January 1, 1851. tf 1
A GOOD Stock of CHAIRS of different
Iqualities, sizes, &c. Fo-r NSlIDE.
Hamburg, Feb 13 ' tf 4
W ANTED two good SjHOEMAKERS, nc
TV ustomed to making pegged work..
R. T. MIMS.
u-t f 18
Ready Made Clothing,
J UST received a large assortment of READY
MADE CLOTHING, consisting of
Alpacca, Linen and Gro Deta SACKS and
Linen, Cottonade and Gro Deta PANTS,
Black Satin Silks and Marsails YESTS, all of
which will be sold VERY Low.
WILLIAMS & CIIRISTIE.
May 22 tf 18
-NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
Cheap and Low for Cash
T HE Subscriber respeciully invites attention
to his large and handsome assortment of
FRESH GOODS, adapted to the present and
approaching seasons. Among which may be
found most of the latest and faslionable Styles of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, such as
Ptain and Figured Black Silks,
Plain and -Figured Chene do (very pretty,
Foulard Silks and Muslins,
Printed Jaconets and Swiss Muslins,
Plain and Printed Organdies,
Brocade TIssues, Bareges, Grenadeens,
Crape de'Parris, French Cambrics & Lawns
French Scotch and American Ginghams,
Embroid'd Capes, Collars, Cuff and Sleeves
Edgings and Insertings,
Silk Thread and Kid Gloves,
Silk and Cotton Hosier
Silk Crapo and Straw Bnnets, with hand
sone Ribbons and Artificials to match,
Fans and Parasols,-with many other arti
eles useful as well as ornamental.
Also for the Gentlemen,
ORLEANS CLOTHS, SPRING CASIMERES,
LINEN DRILLINGS AND NANKINS,
HATS, GLOVES, OPERA AND GAI.
TER BOOTS, SHOES ANI)
SuPPERS, &c., &c.
Together with a general assortment of
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SADDLERY,
All of which shall be sold. at the lowest market
price, with a liberal discount to those who buy
W. P. BUTLER.
April 3, tr 11
W. P. BUT LER,
TNVITES attention to his large and handsome
X assortment of JEWELRYamong which may
be found Gold and Silver WATCHES, Guard,
Fob and Vest CHAINS, BRACELETS, Ear
and Finger RINGS, MEDALIONS, LOCKETS
BUTTONS, SEALS, CHARMS 4nd BROA
CHES, of the most fashionable pattern.
-A L S O
A lot of superior DOUBLE BARREL GUNS,
April 3, tf 11
New Commission House.
HAMBURG, S. C. -
T HE Undersigned having been engaged in a
GENERAL COMMISSION and FAC
TORAGE BUSINESS for the lastfifteen years,
in this place, takes pleasure in informing his old
customers and the public generally that he has
opened a House to transaet said business in all
its various branches.
From the long experience he has had in this
business, enables him to y in confidence, that
he will do as woll for those who patronise him as
any other House in the -United -States or Cali
fornia, and that no effort shall be left untried, on
his part, to do uxrrE.
Consignments'of COTTON and all others
ees of produce, as well as MERCHEANDZ
for the Country will bveisind~idya -
g5 Olin Ta~ey,:Eitor.
Puhieed'Daiy,and TW-weeky at Columbia,8. C.,
Au' Four DOLAs DAILY, and Two DOLLARS
Tar-WEEKLY, per annum, payable invariably si
months in advance.
The Ptiblisher, though fully aware that the coin-.
mercial necessities of 'olumbia do not require the
assistance of another journal, is ytwell satisfied
that the-questions now agitating th ttdemand
a more thorough and searching exammnation than
tyhave yet received. To the furtherance of this
objet, will the energies of this -journal be direct
e, in order that the people may have all the lights
before them, in deciding upon the .policy to be
adopted by them in seeking for their nights, and re
dress for their injuries and grievances..
Though they entertain no doubt about the rt
of a State to secede at any time, and that upon this
riht depends the sovereignty of the States, and in
tins the only protection of the citizen against a
centralized, consolidated power; yet believing, as
they do, that the exercise of this rightat this cnsis,
by what is now called "immediate seperate State
action," is a hazardous remedy, if indeed a reme
dy, at all of those grevances, involving dangrs
wich no ken can roresee, and perhaps the bligt
ing of the now cheering prospect of a Southrn
Confederacy, the puiihislter will devote their
columns more particularly to the exposure of those
danger., and the ruinous consequence. which will
il human probability grow out of uch action.
He wvili furher, by all just and honorable means
sustain the wise and prudent measures indicated
by our State Legislature, in conformity with the
sugeetions of the Nasville Convention, which look
to ih harmonizing of sentim ent, and soothing, of
prejudices in the Southern States, that by union
among themselves, they might redress themselves
efectually, without the postibility of incurring
those evil which will certainly grow out ofpremais
ture and hasty action. it is then sincerely hoped
by the publisher, that the friends of co-operatzon,
united action, or united secession as it may be
called, throughout the State, will propmptly aid
him in thit enterprise. Upon them it mutt depend
for its support. If, as even the most violent advo
cates of immediate secession say, a Southern Con
federacy is ultimately inevitable in the nature of.
thiugs, who shall we, who believe that premature
action by this State will forever blight the hope,
not raite our voices against it, and use all lawful
means in our power to prevent it? Then ald us in
this work ; fo~t we labor in its behalf.
gf All letters on business, to insure attention,
must be directed (post paid) to the publisher and
poper. . A. A. HAIGHT.
Columbia, So. Ca. May 13, 1851.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Charles Nickerson and wife,.
Bethana and Mary Burnett, Petition for
Preston Gilder and others.J
Tappearing to my ssfaction that Preston
Gilder, John S. Dodgen and Preston L. Dod
gn, heirs and distributces of the real estate of
Jesse Gilder, dec'd., reside beyond the limits of
this State, it is therefore, ordered that the said
Preston Gilder, John S. Dodgen and Preston L.
Dodgen, do appear in theo Court of Ordimury, for
the District aforesaid, on or before tho first Mon
day in August next, to show cause, if any, why
the real estate of the said Jesse Gilder, dee'd.,
should not be sold for Partition, or their consent
will be entered of record. Given under my hand
atny office, this the 2d day of May, 1851.
JOB1R HILL, 0. E. D.
MayB8 3m - 16
W ILL BE HIRED to the highest bidder on
Sale day next, at Edgefield Court House,
a NEGRO WOMAN belonging to the Estate of
John F. Martin, dee'd., for tho balance of the
year. Terms made known on the day of hireing.
JOHIN HILL, Adm'or.,
With the will annexed.
May. 14,1 5 1 St 17
s. FUnLISED. EVE n r9 SDA h
W, P. DURISOE, Proprietor.
ARTHUR SIMEINSE ter
T R O.m-Two D.rLL4 ..year.J d
in advance-Two DOrLLARS anditrT Cjjter if
not paid in six monthsz-and TunE"tzx-,Wans if
not paid before the espiration of the. -rm.,,AHi
subscriptions not distinctly limited attle tdme of
subscribing, will be considered as made *bin in.
definite period, and will be e
arrearages are paid, or at the. option of the Pub
lisher. Subscriptions from hiber Sittes"mut be
accompanied with the cash.orzefrene. to some
one known to us.
ADVEaTIsEMENTs will beconspicuoulylzisered
at 75 cents per Square (12 lines or less,)orthe first
insertion and 37 1-2 for each subsequeut.nsertion.
When only published Monthly or Quarterly, One
Dollar per square willbe charged. All Ad -qr*e
meats not having the desired numberof iiserdas
marked on the margin, will be. continuesimait
forbid and cbarged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise-by the yar canda
so on liberal terms'.-it..being distinctly nader.
stood that contracts for yel advertiinj re con.
fined to the immediate, -bness of-'the
fin os individual contrac g. Tranait Adss
tisements must be paid for in advance. .
For anrgAt.cing a Candidate, Thee ollars,
For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars,
to be paid by the Magistrate advertising.
BEGl respectfully to inform tha eiiena
of Edgefield, Village and C. n qp
commenced a MERCANTILE BUSIiM in
the house situated between Mr
and the Court House: - .-'
My STOCK, consisting of all the valetis
usually found in aVillageRetailStoaajas been
recently purchased in Charleston, from Housem
that import their Goodapri'cipAy, dipect from
Europe. And I flatter myself, that pa ex
perience of five years in an ImPoifta'a Jo
bing House in Charleston, toetherW ther,
facilities, has enabled me, to get a.STOOKD of
GOODS, that will, in point of TL.&mnd ,
compare favorably with any Establishineii'ifse
place. Persons wishing to purchase 'GoI
Cism oi on a eredit until' frt of January
will loose nothing by giving.me a ealL u.
A small share ofpatronagjs or
Edgefield C. H., ist 17, 185l.
AGNEW, FISHER & CO
NEWBERRY C. H
[mporters and DiAeW
HARDWARE, CUTLE Y, - "
GUNS, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW-GIA5,
DRY GOODS, P
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, -'
BOOTS, SHOES, hATS;' CAPS,0
T HE advertisers would respeetfullyirite the.
.attention of persons visiting NeW ' to
an examination of their Stoek - - . t
consists of almost every' irtitle ~thi ON
WARS GROCERY RYD ft Ue,
all of wiiel.they wil iA caaMs .8 s no
article can -be purehased. in. CIstoi li
transportati* onli ddd:
AGNEW -ILSM114 .W d
Ao. 2 and 3, Me- *t Ris b
In front of Newberr4 Conutg smaa
April 17 a 3m
1,rRS NjOHLAS-tasiis metito&4f liG
ff rnie adies
Iwikore D lL dyr tdhs
si-ar , or Tit osi'd~t
hae of Jaco. S. Le-ofdee'd neall.prset
inHmurgtee, oTndt Ds fondeiited~lmak
Jan 30 t
Bagging and Rope.
25 Bales GUNNY BAGGING,
200 Pieces Dundee Bagging,
75 Coils, & inch Kentucky R'ope.
For sale by A. BUJRNSIDE.
Hamburg, Feb 13 - ti -l
A LL persons haying demande agaist the es
tate of Jacob Shibley, deceased, will plasse
to render them in duly attested, end those owing.
the satd estate will please to makeinimediatepay
ment. SILAS LANLER, Adm'r.
Sept 4, 1850 ~ .1y 33:
5,000 LBS. WHITE EAD, pe.
200 Gallens Linsee Oi
200 ." Train OR. For sale by
Hamburg, Feb 13 ' ttf 4
A LL theseoindebted to the Estate of Abias
Robertson, deceased, are requestedteuak
payment, and those having demands to present,.
them, properly attested.
JOHN HILL, Adm
April 29, n1 5
ted tof pren the prpryatse anes
indebtd tomake payment.
G. A. ADDiSON, ,
July 24 1850 tf . 27
A LL persons indebted to the estates of Thori.
Flood, deceased, are requested to make imD
mediate payment, and'all those having demands
against said estate to present them property attes
ted according to law.
WMT. HERBERT, Adm'r..
Sept 2, 180ly 38'
ALL persons having demnandssaginst the ea
Atate of John Harrison,,deoessed,. are~ re
quested to hand them tothe subiscriber, properly.
attested, and all those indebted to the estate are
requested to make pay SMen.HARSN
Sept 3, 1850 ly 23
TOHN It. ROUNTREE, living teni miles.
Ubelow Cambridge, and one mile east-of the'
Martintown Road, tolls before .me a IGIEE
BAY HORSE MULE, supposed to be aq~
yearn old, about twelve hands high, marked
the gear and shod llroud App~le -t
May 10, 1851. - Jsed 17,e