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Ardval of the Mail Uteamer Arctic.
Nrw Yoak, June.22; 1851.
.TF.. Aretic arrived 'at New York to-day,
bringing 100 passengers. She brings dates
to the 1 ith. The sales of cotton since the
7th have been 21,000 bales; of which specu.
lators took 5,500. The market is firmer and
the demand steady. Breadstuffs advanced.
Flour also advanced 6 a 9d. Sugar active
and sicady. Coffee in demand. bolasses
quiet. No sales of naval stores. Money
steadv. The bullion in the Bank of England
h-s increased. Consols closed at 97 1-8 a
98. American securitics inactive and un.
The secounts from the manufacturing dis
tricts are more favorable.
Hyde, a cotton broker, has failed. His lia
bilities are from 4200,000 to ?300.000 -
Mesqrs. Finch, iron merchants, have also fail
ed for ?180,000..
Trade in Amsterdam is stagnant-coffee,
sugar. a,.id rice 'l.ei'ited.
The crops of Englanld are promising. Par
liament adjourned ovei to Whitsuntide.
- The committee on India Navigation re
ported against Panama, and in favor of the
Cape of Good Hope route. -
Lim-irtine is in favor of a revision of the
Constitutipn. . The President- is abont mak
ng an.oLtier tour through the provinece.
Win you strike your Mther1
-This question isthe caption of the leader
-in the lst Southern Patriot, which lender is
the most falsome laudation of the Union,
"the glorious Union," that we have ever
read, east, west, north orconith. The Pat riot
calls the Union our federal mother. Hear
the glorifications of that jonrnal:
".'his federal mother of ours has ext ended
our domain froi Georgia- to the Pacific
OCean. - She has added to' the inheritance
we already possessed the lands of Florida
and Louisana, the broad domains of Texas,
New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and California.
She has extended our commerce over every
sea, and converted the wilderness into towns
and cities and luxuriant fields! She has
secured to us the enjoyment of civil and
religious libierty, and under her strong and
powerful arm we rule and govern ourselves
" rhisis the mother whom the secession.
ists would strike to the ground, and revel
over her mangled and bleeding corpse."
No. sir Patriot, this federal mother has not
done -all these things; or rather she has done
more. While she got her Southern sons to
pay more than half of the money, and to
spend many lives in winning most of the terri
tories-above enumerated, she cheated them
out of their share of the inhieriume. In
New! Mexico, Oregon. Utah and California
they cannot set their foot, for the purpose
of converting the wilderness. Not only .so,
she came to them with the sword in one hand
and the. purse in the other, and told them
they must give up half of Texas for the coin
in her purse-most of it their own hard
earnings-or she would take it by the sword.
.She-has killed, by her injustice, her terma
genev, her besottedness with the lust of
powr, the remaining sparks of filial affection,
and, all the seessionists propose to do, i. to
takecenre of themselves hereafter. Glorious
federal mother, trul! Citizens of Carolina,
are you.prepared to'join in the preans of the
Patriot. inits idolatrous worship ?-South
EW POST OFCE.-The following new
post offiees- have been established in this
State: Black Jr5e Valley, rspartanburg Dis
t-riet, Eliats Bearden Postmaster; Clayton's
Mills, PiekenaDistriet CriRlyton Post
master; Sunday - Flat,' Greenville- District.
J. M. -Crotwell Postmaster Union- Line,
Spartanburg-District, R. L Duncan, Post
master: Fair Forest,; Union District. W. P.
Gee Postmaster; Bethany, York District.
Wam. McGill, Postma~ster ; New Centre, York
District. Myles Smith, Postmaster.
-DESTRUCTIVE ToRNADos AND Loss or IE
-A most destructive tornado passed over
Walworth county, WVisconsin. a few days
ago. in one plhice t.wenty-five house were
blown down and three lives lost. Every
bridge rind dam were carried off, and a vast
amount of-property destroyed.
By the recent tornado 'in Richmond, Ill.,
several hiouses were blown down; Lewis
Peterson was dangerously wounded, and his
wife nnd t wo children instantly killed ; Sam
ner Nelson's wife wvas killed ; and immetnse
damage wvas done to forms and mills.
(J R~vivAL.--The Southern Sentinel,
(Columbus, Georgia.) says: " The religious
meetings in the luethondist (hnreh :are still
in progress. Largely over two hundred
have profess~ed conversion.
g- Hon. R. B. RHETT lhas accepted an in
ivitation to deliver and address at Rossrille,
Chester Distriet, on thme 4th Jnly.
4i d 2141
Os the 27th May. by R1ev. Obediab Dotson,
'er. SAxUEr, HEIDLEDERGE to liiss Frascas E.
eldest daughter of T. Y.. Logan, all of Rtusk
Dias, at his residence in this District. on the
.5th inst. after a severe ad protracted illness of
.near three weeks, Ex~na-r 11. Now.r, in the
5Ith year of his atre.
The writer of this notice has knowvn him for
snarsy years, and feels sensibly how nmuoh easier
it is. to eulogize and love those shining virtues
which bore. him tylumnpbantly through the trials
.ofthi lfe ha Itisto imitate or practise them.
Hewas akind parenst, an an'eetionato husband
.and dii ohligngueighbor." [na wio-rd he was a main
universally esteemed by all who knew him. He
lbas left a wife and three children with a large
,eirele of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
B3. T. Y.
The Southern Christian Advocate, wilt please
.CnAar.Esrox, June 23-C p. m.
Our cotton market continues in the same con
dition a on Saturday. Salesof the day 370 bales,
at 6 1,2a 9 2-4-the bulk.(200 hales) at 8 7-8.
On Saturdaj th'e sales were 500 bales-with a
decline of 1-8 on -the lower grades, but no sales
ware made of qualities above middle fair.
COLtuIErA, June 23.
.During thme week just previous to the one now
under review a fair and steady demand pravailed
iq the cotton market, at prices ranging from 6 to
S 1-4 e,. The week just brought to a closs opened
with a good inquiry, at very fulil prices, and con.
tinued so up to the close of business on Friday
evening-refair cotton ruling at 9 1.8 a 9 1.4 cents.
L.tradie for a'Note of band giving by the
Bubscriber to F. W..Piekens, for ninety ($0)0)
dollar., as the considerationa for whieh said note
was givena has been "violated, I am determined
p-opy-esamte unless oompelled by law.
Jiot pay.J. 1L. BLEASE~
Tu following persons have paid up to the
time affixed to their names:
Galphin Simkins, to lit May 1852.
rs. Mary -Glanton, to 3d Jan '52.
H. T. Jennings, to 8th May '52.
D. P. Self, to 3d Jan '52.
Capt. A. J. Hammond, to 8th Feb '52.
Win. C. Harden, to 4th April '52.
B. W. Bledsoe, to 5th June '51.
B. il. Martin, to 5th April '52.
R. D. Bryan, to 22d May '52.
SaImuci Nicholls. to 8th Nov '51.
Col. .Tohn Quattlebum, 8th Feb '51.
E. P. West, to 8th May '52.
Jesse P. Bodie, to 8th May '52.
A. P. King, to 8th May '52.
A. T. Traylor, to 7th Feb '52.
John B. Harrison, to 6th blarch '52.
Hiram Adams, to 2d April '52.
James M. Bell, to 29th May '52.
Rev. R. Graham, to 15th May '52.
Wilson Abney, to 22d May '52.
0. McCoy, to 26th May '52.
T. D. Padgett, to 8th May '52.
John Cogburn, Fq., to 8th Feb '52.
Dr. S. G. Merriwether, to 5th June '52.
Joel Curry, to 20th March '52.
Evans Robertson, to 20th March '52.
Capt. E. B. Belcher, to 8th Feb '52.
Wm. B. Dorn. Esq., to 8th Feb '52.
Col. John Gaskin, to 1st Jan '52.
Wm. Dean, to let May '52.
Levi R. Wilson, to 6th June '52.
,T. C. Smyly, to 5th June '52.
H. T. Bartley, to 5th March '52.
R. H. McKie, to 17th Oct '51.
Elbert Morgan, to 7th July '52.
John II. Moss, to 6th Feb '52.
Dan. Matheny, to 5th March '52.
Wm. Mobley, to 15th May '52.
Lee Holson. to 5th Dec '51.
George Spearman, to 5th Dee '51.
Lewis Collins, to 8th Feb '52.
W. W. Kemp, to 1st June '52.
Lewis Clarke, to 6th March '52.
J. W. Timmerman, to 5th May '52.
Umphrey Eidson, to 12th June '52.
Miss Mary A. S. Abney, to 12th June '52.
B. Mims, to 12th June '52.
Dr. B. W. Tredwell, to 19th Jan '53.
H. R. Williams, 26th June '52.
Thos. Y. Logan, to 8th July '52.
Win. B.'antelo, to 20th Feb '52.
Butler Lodget No. 17 I, 0 0, F.
.'4. A Regular meeting of thIs Lodge
wi1 be held on Monday evening next
at 8 oclock.
JOSEPH ABNEY, Sec'y.
June: 26 1851 tf 20
A FEW more of thoso handsome Embroider
ed LONG SHAWLS.
MUSLINand LACE SLEEVES, NETT
GLOVES an'd LACES.
* W. P. BUTLER.
*June 25 t( 23
Corn! Corn!! Corn!!
JUSTs RECEWVED and for sale by the Sub
scriber 5,000 BUS11EIE auperior whiite
CORN, which is warranted to hold out in mea
sure. -'AGNEW, FISHER & CO..
Newberry C. 11., June 26 t 23
State of South Carolina,
To all and singular the Meanagcrs of the
General E'1er~tins, fior the several Districts
of the State of South Carolina:
WI H EREAS the Legislature of South Carn
VTlina, at its late session, did pass ana Act
to provide for the Election of members to a
Southern Congres; and whereas said act re
quires the ,Executive authority to issue writs of
election to the Managers of Elections: 1 do
hereby require you and echcl of you, after giving
legal notice, and being duly qualified, to proceed
to hold an election on the second Monday of Oc
tobr next, and the day following, for two Dcpu.
ties to represent your respective Congressional
Districts ; aned after having de'termain'e1 on per
sons duly electe.d, you will certify to the samec
according to law, to the Governor, for the time
Given tunder my hand and the seal of the
State, in Colunmbia, this, the lst day of JTune, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-one. J.T. EA ,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
W. F. A a-rnua, deputy See'y of State.
June 26 14lt -23
SH ER1IFF'S SALLH.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs f Fieri Fa
eias to me directed, I will proceed to
ell at Edgefleld Court H~ou'se on the first
Monday in July next, the folowir.g negro
slaves, viz: Joe. March and Joe Miller, lenied
on as the property of M. L. Gearty, at the
uir, of Thaos. R. Anderson and others.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
June 21 2t 23
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Wilson Holstein and w ife,)
and others, Bill and amendedl
vs Billfor Partit'n.
E. HT. Norris atnd others.J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Win
.B. Norris, Sally Sawyer, Alexander Nor
ris, Luther Norris and Nathan J. Norris, De
fndants, reside beyond the limits of this
State: On motion of Mr. GRIFFIN, Solicitor,
Ordered, that the said Defendants. as also,
any child or children of the said Natha.a J.
Norris, not named aibove, do appear and
plead, answer or demur to this Bill, within
three months from the publiention of this
Order, or that the said Bill be taken pro con
fesso against them.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs Offiee, June 24, 1851.
June 16, 3m 23
A LL persons indebted to the estates of Thos.
Flood, deceased, arc requested to make im
mediate payment, and all those having demands
against said estate to present them properly attes
ted according to lar.
WM, UERBERT, Adm'r.
Scpt9,n S iv 33
Staple Dry Goods!
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
H AVE now in Store, a large supply of STA
PLE DRY GOODS, suitable for Family
and Plantation use. Among which are
Superior 12-4 Linen Sheetings, and Pillow Case
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns,
Suporior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Dim
8-4. 10-4, 12-4,16-4, and 20-4 Damask Table'
Cloths and Damask Napkins.
Superior Bird's Eye and Scoteh Diapers.
Heavy luckabucks, and Plain Crequillas, for
Plain White and Fancy Colored Furniture Dimi
ties, and Cotton Fringes,
Plain Linen Ginghams, Toil De Indc, and Pop
line, for Ladies' Travelling Dresses,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Hosiery, of superior
style and quality,
Superior Water-Twist, New York Mills, and
Frame Yarn Bleached Shirtings,
12-4 Bleaehed and Brown Sheetings, of the best
Superior Pawtucket, Merrimack, and Atlantic
Mills Brown Sheetings,
Augusta and Graniteville Brown Sheetings and
Heavy Votton Osnaburgs, Georgia Stripes and
Apron Cheeks, and superior Amoskeag A. C.
Superior White Gauze and Welch Flannels,
White Marseilles Quilts, of superior styles and
A large supply of Ingrain, Three Ply, Brussels,
and Tapeatry Carpets,
With a great variety of other articles, to which
they very respectfully invite the attention of the
June 26 tf 23
Ladies' Mourning Goods,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AVE received from New York. a large
supply of Goods for MOURNING, among
Lupin's superior Black Bombazines,
Superior Black Alpacens, of the best style and
Superior English Black and White Prints and
Plain Black Silk Grenadines and Black Bareges,
Black Marquisse and Plain Black Crape De
Black Grenadine and Love Shawls, and Black
To which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of the public.
June 26 tf 23
Ladies' Dress Goods,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR
- AUGUSTA, GA.
H AVE now on hand, a beautiful supply of
L LADIES DRESS GOODS, among which
French Printed Jaconets, of new and beautiful
Rich Embroidered and Fancy Colored Grena
- dines, of the latest styles,
White Dotted Swiss Muslins for Ladies' Dresses,
Rich Embroidered Colored Muslin. and Fancy
Superior White and Colored Grenadine, and
Ladies' Worked Lace and Muslin Sleeves, of
Ladies' French Worked Muslin Chimasetta, Col
- lars and Sleeves,
Ladies' White Lace Scarfm and Mantilla.,
Ladies' French Worked Muslin Mantilles,
Ladies' Hem-stich Riviere and French Taira
With a great variety of other articles, to which
they respectfully invite the attention of the ladies.
June 26 tf 23
Jaundice, Sick Hlead-ache, Diaziness, Loss of
A ppetite, Conslipation of the Boteels, Piles,
caused by Costiveness, Pain in the Bowcels,
or Rheumatism, caused by the usc of Mercu
ry, Syphilis, Scrofula. Boils, ULcers, 4&c.
T HIS PREPARATION is made as pure aspo
sible, Its bitter taste, and beneficial effects
In diseases of thme Liver. aund diseases arising from
an impure state of the Blood, prove it to be the
PUREST AND MOST USEFUL
preaation of Sarsaparilla th~at is made.
TIhose who have used thme various preparntions
of Sargaparilla will find, by the taste and efleet,
that there is more Sarsaparilla in one bottle of Dr.
Dr.xNus' preparaLtion, than in half a dozen bottles
as It is generally made.
Its alterative and mildly pureative efleets upon
the bowels, make it not only a good substitute for
Mercury, but useful in removing all diseases arising
from the imprudent uise of Mercury.
Prepared only by J. DENNIS, bl. D., Augusta,
Sof'd by A. G. TEAGUE and G. L. PENN, FEdge
fleki C. H.; P. M. COnEN and CAREY & CoUTU
RIER, Charleston ; BoArwRIGWIT & MeoT and F.
CURT~s, Columbia; A. J. CREiGorN, Hamburg ;
Wue. F. TUTT, D. B. PL Uxws, HAvILAND & Rtis
L.EY, WV. F. & J. TURP'IN, WV. K. KITCHEN, BAR
RETTr & CA RTER, Augusta, Gee., and by Drug
Price-Sl per bottle; 6 bottle for $.
fl7 Remember to ask fur DENNIS' GEOR
GlA SARSA PARLILLA.
.June 26, 185 1 tf 28
XLL Persons arc forewarned not to trade for
? a Note of hand, given by me to iam.uel
Vance, andI payable to him or bearer, due an or
about thme 8th July next, for' one hundred and
sixty (S160) dollars, as the property for which,
said note wats given has proved unsound, I am
determined not to pay it until compelled by law.
W.M. M. WASH.
June 25 4t* 23
A LT, Persons are warned against trading fo'r
L.a Note made payable to Theophmilus Hill
or bearer, for about five hundred and eighty-five
dollars, by the Subscriber as principal and .James
M. Richardson surety. It was given in Janua
ry, and wvill be due the 25th December next, but
its consideration having proved inadequate, I
shall resist its payment.
June 19, 1851. tf 22
59 BOXES TURPENTINE SOAP,
20 boxes Variegated do
14 Cases Chinese Washing Fluid. For sale
by U. A. KENRICK.
Uamburg, Feb 3 tf 3
A LL those indebted to thme Estate of A biah
-Robertson, deceased, are req~uested to make
payment, andi those having demands to present
them, properly attested.
JOUN HILL, Adm.
5,000 LBS. WHITE LEAD, pure.
200 Gallons Linseed Oil,
200 " Train Oil. For sale by
Hamburg, Feb 13 tf 4
O OSIRON, assorted sizes. For sale
Tby A. BURNSIDE.
T EII TRUSTES of this Institution, have
the pleasure of announcing to the public,
that they have engaged as its Principal, the Rev.
CHARLES A. RAYMOND, under whose
care and superintendence it will be opened about
the middle of September next. In the mean
time the buildings will be much enlarged and
every arrangement mpde for the accommoAation
of a large number of pupils.
The Trustees ire anxious to establish a Fe
male Institution, which shall command the confi
dence and secure the patronage of the communi
ty at large.
The most undoubted testimonials of the suc
cess and competency of Mr. R AYMOND as a Teach
er' have been furnished; and ihey do not hesi
tate to recommend him and the Institution to
the sapport and entire conMene of the public.
Mrs. RAYMOND will hate charge of the Musi
en) Department, and is -eminently qualified for
its duties. For the.detils the Trustees refer to
the printed circular ofthe Pri icipal.
F. H. WARDLAW,
N. L. GRTFFIN. -
EDMUND PENN, .
S. F. GOODE,
EJgefieTd C. H., Jitii 10,1851. if 22
To the Patrons of the
Edgeffeld Female Institute
A S THERE appears 1i be a misunderstand
ing about the S~sions of our School, we
will inform the patrons, through this medium,
that we were placed in the School by the Trus
tees on the 17th March. and as it was understood
at the time, that we were employed for the re
mainder of the year, ie divided the time into
two Sessions, of four months each ; consequent
ly the first Session will close on the 17th of July,
at which time our connection with the School
'ill cease, as we have been dismissed by the
We will, therefore,-eipect all the Scholars to
pay for their Tuition from the time of entrance
to the 17th of July. We would prefer that the
scholars continue until the end of the Term.
M. CORNELIA PELOT,
ELIZA P. PELOT.
June 91, 1851. 3t 22
P remiuu Daguerrean
CM All Ba ma %En %r
N you visit Augusta, call at the PRE
VT MIUM DAGUERREAN GALLERY,
and have a fine Daguerreotype of yourself, for
here you will find one of the most elegant Da
guerrean Saloons in America.
Daguerreotype stock of every description for
le at a small advance on New York cost.
LEIGH, TUCKER & PERKINS.
June12 8m 21
THE Subscriber, late of Edge
uS.. field Distriighaving taken the Ho
tel in this place, formerly occupied
by Daniel Brown, takes this metbod
>f informing his friends and the public generally,
that he has settled permanently (he hopes) in the
pleasant Village of Anderson ; that the house he
has taken charge of, has undergone considera
ble repairs, and: is well furnished, in neat and
The virtues of the mountain breeze, the pure
and deliahtful water of~Anderson village, have
been so iong known and so generally tested, that
presume it is not necessary here to say anything
in their praise. The poprietors assures those
that are pleased to call at this OLD EST AB
JISH ED HOTEL, that the best of everything
that the country'abo y shall be provided for
their accommodation,' no pains spared to
make all comfortable. a liberal patronage
and our best er tomk-Adr
on just the place. A
In connection with th:5 Hotel, is a Livery Sta
le, where horses will be well attended to. Also,
[lacks, Buggies, &e., kept on hand and in good
repair, for the accommodation of the public gene
rally. E. L iiIBLER.
Anderson, June 19, 4t .22
S some of the Proposals received have not
been sufficeiently explicit, the time for re
civing proposals for building a NEW JTAIL at
his place, will be prolonged until Monday the
0th inst., at which time the Commissioners will
meet to decide upon such propositions as may be
reeived. The Proposals already received will
be considered as realed up to that time-any
ivishing to withdraw or modify can have the
rivilege to do so. Specifications may be seen
in the Sheriff's Offiee.
JOHN HUIET, CIa'n.
J une 18 1 12t 22
p'Y A RDS pretty Chiene Mus
lins at 10 cents per yard,
5,000 yards pretty Chene Muslins, Madder
colors, 124 cents per yard,
10 bales Brown Homespun, 6i4 ets. pr. yd.
5 cases whtite do. 64 do
5 " blue, bluff-striped and plaid Home
spun, 10 cents per yard,
I ease A pron Checks, 10 a 12 ets pr ydl.
2 eases Cottonades, for pants, 12 to 25
cents per yar, .
500 pieces wihite, pink, blue, green and or
ange Mosquitto Netting, 75 ets to $1.
100 pieces 12-4 Laed 1'etting,
Georgia-striped Osunburga and Hlomespians,
at Factor's prices, just t'eeeived at
290 Broad-street, Augusta, Gdt.
June 12 tf 21
OSTI Ott MISLAlD in June 1349, two
J. notes on Win. A. M~urrel,-one of said
notes wvas given 20th A pril 1849, for ninety dol
lars and thirty-three cents, pagable 1st of Janu
ary 1850. The other note given on the 20th
A pril 1849, the amount not recollected, bunt it
was between twenty and thirty dolhis-1 thinik it
was twenty-nitie dollars, and payable 1st Jantu
All persons are hereby forewarned from tra
ding for either of the above notes.
A pril 12,,1851. S t 21
W ILEY TIMMERMAN, living near Liber
tyfHill, Edgefield Dietrict, tolls before me
a BROWN BAY HORSE, supposed to be six
years old, two hind feet white, bltue in his face,
marked with the gear, 15hands high. Appraised
at forty-five dollars.
JOHN TOMPKINS, M.- E. D.
April15 Itm 14
eiP1III Slones for Sale.
T Il Subscriber, living on Cloud's Creek,
respectfully informs the public that he is
now engaged at in the MILL STONE CUT
TING BUSINESS, and will be prepared at thte
shortest notice to fill any order that may conme in
his line of business. The Stones are of the best
quality, and the Workmanship warranted to bc
inferior to nsone in the State.
For further information address the Subscri
ber at Leesville, Lexinaton, S. C.
GEORGE E. IUENDY.
REFEENCE.-Maj. IsAAC Boi.s, C. J. Grio.
EIL and Axnos Wurrrtu.
June 5 3m 20
A LL those having demands against the estat
of Allen B. A ddison, deceased, ar.'rcegnes.
ted to present them properly attested and those
indebted to make payment.
G. A. ADDISON, Exr
E, J. MIMS. Exrs
v Ju.. 2A I~5a if 97
ORD=I No. 7.
BUCKHEAD, JuNz 1, 1851.
THE Officers and Sergeants of the following
X Brigades, will Emcamp, and the following
Regiments will Parade for Review and Drill, as
such times as herein stated, viz:
The- O'fiIcers and Sergeants of the 10th Brigade
of Infantry, and the 10th Regiment of Cavalry, wilT
assemble at such place as the Brigadier General
of Infantry may select, on Monday, the 14th day
of July next, and encamp " full five days," com
mencing at 12 o'clock, M.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
Richardson's, on Tuesday, the 22d of July next.
The 7th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
the Old Wells, on Thursday the 24th of July.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
Low's, on Saturday, the 28th of July.
The Officers and Sereants of the 2d Brigade of
Infantry, and the 2d Regiment of Cavalry, will
assemble at such place as the Brigadier General of
Infantry may direct, on Monday, the 28th of July
next, and Encamp " fall five days," commencing
at 12 o'clock, M.
The 24 Regiment of Cavalry, will Parade at the
place selected for the Encampment, on Saturlay,
the 2d of August next.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
Morrow's Old Field, on Tuesday, the 6th of Au.
The 6th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
Lomax's, on Thursday, the 7th of August.
The 4th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at its
usual Parade Ground, on Saturday the 9th Aus't.
The 42d Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
Minton's, on Tuesday, the 12th of August.
The 2d Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
I1all's, on Thursday, the 14th of August.
The 6th Re ent of Infantry, will Parade, at
Hunter's, on 'aturday, the 16th of August.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 1st Brige of
Infantry, and 1st Regiment of Cavalry, will as
semble at Pickenaville, on Monday, the 18th of
August, and Encamp " full five days," commene
in at 12 o'clock, M.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry, will Parade at
Pickensville, on Saturday, the 23d of August.
The 3d Re ent of Infantry, will Parade at
Toney's Old Store, on Tuesday, the 26th August.
The 1st Regiment of Infantry, will parade at
Bruton's, on Thursday, the 28th Aust.
The Officers and Sergeants of the M Brigade of
Infantry, and the 9th Regiment of Cavalry, will
assemble at Gofney's Old Field, near Limestone
Springs, on Monday, the 1st September next, and
Encamp "full five days," commencing at 12
The Officers and Sergeants of the 6th Brigde
of Infantry, and 6th Regiment of Cavalry, will as
semble at Yongue's, on Monday, the 15th of Sep
tember, and Encamp " full five days," commenc
in at 12 o'clock, M.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Of
ficers of the Regiments ordered for Review. will
assemble the day previous, at the place of ren
dezvous, of their respective Regiments, for Drill
The Review of each Regiment will take place
at 12 o'clock, M.
The Maj. Generals and Brigadier Generals,vwill,
with their Staff, attend the Encampments and Re
views, in their respective commands.
The Brigadier Generals are chargad with the
extension of this order.
Complete returns of each Brigade, including e
fective and Alarm men, and specifying the nam
ber of public and private arms in use, will be
made by the Brigadier Generals to the Adjutant
and Inspector General, before the 1st day of Octo
The Aids-de-Camp of the Commander-in-chief,
resIding in the diviions, where Encampments and
Reviews are ordtered, are especially directed to at
tend him, and other aids, with whom it may be
-onvenient, are' requested to join hima as such
places as suits them.
By order of the Commanderein'-chief. m
June 19, 1t 25 Adj.and nspden.
TPIHE great reinedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain
i~n the Side, Hip. Back, Limbs and 'Joints;
Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tu
ors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed pains whatever.
Where this Plaster is applied, Pain cannot exist.
It has been beneficial in case of vicakness, inch as
Pain and Weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limlis,
Lameness, Afetion of the Spine, Feniale Weak
ness, &r. No female, subject to pain or weakness
in the back or side, should be without it. Married
ladies, in delicate situations, find great i'elief from
ontantly weaiing this Plaster.
The application of the Plaster betweest the
soulders has been found a ertain rentedy fOr
Colds, Coughs, Phthisic, and Afflections of the
Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys inflam
ation by perspiration.
The followving coriimendatiori is frofli an agent
residing at Trenton, Tennessee:
TarExroN, Gibson Co. Tenn., Nov. 7, '-49.
Messrs. ScoVIr, & Mead-Gentlermen: The
Hebrew Flaster is becoming popular in this section
There is a lady hi this county who says she wouild
not he without this Plaster for five hundred dol
lars a year. She was afflicted for some time with
an enlargement of the spleen, which gave her a
great deal of pain. The sw~elling and pain had
extended up nearly to the arm pit, and oecasionally
she could scarcely breathe. Sbe was confined fbr
a considerable time, during which she was attend
ed by some of otir best physicians, but they gave
her no relief. Sbe procured a box of the Hebrew
Plaster, and it relieved her almost immiet intelyg
and now she keeps a supply of it on hand constant
ly. These facts you are at liberty to use as you
think proper-they are substantially truE.
Respectfully; yours &EcE J EL5
ggr Beii-arc of counctfit and Bdse Intilaa Os!
CAUrio.-The subscribers are the only general
agents in the Southern States for the sale of this
truly valuable Plaster; andi, in order to prevernt
purchasers being imposed on by acounterfeit arti
de, soldl in this City and elsewhere, for the genii
ie, they invite parnicular attention to the follow
big marks of the genumin.
1: The genuine Is put tip in smooth, engiriEs
turned bottomed bexes, soldered in.
2. The genuine has the engravedlhead of Jew
David on the directions around the box, with ac
companying record of court to E. Taylor, Rochecs
er A LSO TAKE NOTICE
T'hat the genuine haes the signature E. TAYLOR
on the steel plate engraved label, on the top of
each box- to imitate which, will be prosecuted as
'rt ounterfeit is coarsely put up, in immnita
tion of the old labels, and is sold by several dea
lers in medicine in this City for the genuine arti
Beware of It--It is Worthuless.
SCOV1L & MEAD,
113 Chartres st., N. Orleans,
Only Agents for .he Southern States, to whorm
all orders and applieations for agencies must mn
variably be addressed.
Sold, also by G. L. PENN, Edgefield C. H:
WARDLAW & DENDY, Abbeville C. HI.
PRATT & JAMES, Newberry-, A. J. CREIGH
TON, Hamburg, So. Ca.
Sold at wholesale by HAVIL AND HTARREL,
& Co., and P. M. COHEN, & Co., Charleston ;
and HAVIL AND, KEESE & Co., No.80 Maiden
Lane, New York.
June 19 Cm 22
FOU MILES of the Hamburg and Edge
Ffield Plank Road being COMPLETED. is
now opened for the use of the Public.
R ATES OF TOLL.
Wagons drawn by 4 or more horses,..5- c pr mile
do do " 2 do ..3c " "
do or Carta drawn by one do ..-2e " "
Cnrriges, &c., drawn by two do ..- e " "
Horseback Travellers,.............l " "
H. A. KENRICK, President.
Hamburg, May'22, 1851. tf 19
flagging uand Rope.
.25 Bales GUNNY BAGGING,
200 PIeces Dundeo Bags-ing,
75 Coils, 4 inch Kentucky Rope.
For- sale by A. BURNSIDE.
Great bargains in
WILLIAM f. CRANE,
IS DESIROUS of selling off his large and
extenasivesssortment of SUMMER GOODS
before purchasing his Fall Stock, offers them at
greatly reduced prices. Among them are many
rieh and fashionable Goods, such as
Elegant figured Chene Silka,
Rich figured and plain Black Silks,
Foulard Silk and figured Tissues,
Rich figured Hdrnanm, Grenadines ad
Fime P French Jaconets,
Rich White Lace Capes and Collars,
Black Lace Mantillas (new styles)
A large assortment of Irish Linens,
Rich Embroidered Lace Curtains,
Plain and bordered Turkey Red Cambric,
A large assortment Parasols and Umbrellas,
Jackonet, Swiss and Plaid Muslins,
Fine Table Diaper, Damask Napkins,
Fine French and English Drap Eti,
White and Brown Linen Drilling,
Black Mohair Cord, for Pants,
Fine 12-4 Marseils Quilts,
Chungeable Poplins, Grass Cloth,
Cotton Osnaburgs, Marlboro Stkipes,
Brown and Bleaehed Shirting and Sheeting,
together with a large assortment of all kinds of
Goods usually found in a Dry Goods Store. le
respectfully requests those visiting the City to
call and examine for themselves-they *ili fiwd
good Goods at very low pices,
June 12 st 21
Ready Made Clothing,
UST received a large assortment of READY
MADE CLOTHING, consisting of
Alpacea, Linen and GroDeta SACKS and
Linen, Cottonade and GroDeta PANTS,
Black Satin Silks and Marsails VESTS, all of
which will be sold. VERT Low.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE,
May 22, tI 18
South'rn Water Cure Institute
LOCATED AT MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.
TTS magnitude being recently enlarged is
I now 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. CAPLTON COYLE, M. D.
May 28, 1851. ly 19
T HE Undersigned having sold his interest in
the CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT,
in Hamburg, to Messrs. SA.E & BROWN, would
respectfully inform all persons indebted to him,
either by note or account, that he finds it neces
ary to wind up his business immediately.
Those indebted to me, will please call on Mes
rs. SAMs & BRown, who are authorized to re
eipt in my name, and make payment as soon as
In retiring from the concern I weuld return my
sincere thanks to my friends for their liberal sup
port, and recommend the new firm of SALL &
Buws to the confidence of the public.
JOHN K. HIORA,
Hamburg, April7, 3m 12
Copartnershtip A olice.
HE, Undersigned having purchased the in
teret ofJonNK. HaAin the
ould respeetfully informs hi. friend. andde
>alegenerall ,that they have associated thein
elvliin he othing Business, in Hamburg,
uder the name of Sasz & Baown, and will
ontinue to occupsy the old stand of HeoA &
NTwar, so long and favorably known to all per.'
sons visiting this place.
They would also infotm the public that an en.'
tire new Stoek of
>farticles for Spring niid Summer trade, to
ethet with a superiot Stock of
11TS, CAPs,.TRUNKS, BUGGY ANU) HAND
UMBRELLAS, CARPET BAGS, &e., &c.
Call and examine, fot' ever' effort on ourr part
will lbe exerted to sustafn te foriner reputation
f the House. ~ .~ S~
GO. F. BROWN.
1dmbetg, April'7, 3m 12
NOTI~C is hereby given, that tihe above
Mills, of two ran of the BEST FRENCH
URR STONES, is now in full operation. One
un ins ai'rahged in the Merchant style of grifrd,
ing lange parcels to engagements of time: the
Dther one to grind small parcels in turn. They
ire both arrangedl with the best and latest style
f Cloths. 'To thre Mills is attached an excellent
laning dpparatus, warranted to take smiit out
f well dried whleat ;-=no wheat will be ground
Lhat Is not well dried,
In addition to the above, titere are two rft of
rnite Stones for grinding corn..
Thte above Mills are situfated abotit seten miles
East of Lott's and six iniles Sotith of the Itidge.
Tle Subscribers return their thanks to their
patrons for past favors and solicit a contiuanee
f the same, only so long as they merit it.
Any communication addressed to us at Edisto
Mills, will be thankfully recived and promptly
W, t,. & P'. J. COLEMIAN.
Jun2,1851. 2m 20
GTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
charles Nickerson and wife,.
Bethana and Mary Burnett, IPetif on for
Preston Gilder and othiers.
.Gikler, John S. Dodgent and Preston L. Dod
gen, heirs and distributees of the real estate of
esse Gilder, dee'd., resIde beyond the limits of
this State. it is therefore, ordered that the said
Preston Gilder, John S. Dodgen and Pi-eston L.
Dodgen, do appear in the Court cd'Ordinary, for.
the District aforesaid, on or before the first Mon
any 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
at my office, this the 2d day of May, 1851.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
May 8 3m 16
2sD REGIMIENT CAVALRY,
EnoRVEL~sD C. H., June 3d, 1851.
ORDE RS NO. 2.
A COURT MARTIAL for the trial of De
faulters of the Edgefield Squadron of Cav
alry, for the Squadron Parade at Edgefleld Court
House in May last, will convene at Edgefield
Court House on the first Monday in July next.
The Court will consist of Capt. BluRRtes, Presi
dent: Lieuts. YTELDELL and IlARatsON, and Cor
nets MILR~r and HAL.L Memberq P. S. Baoons,
Judge Advocate. By order of
THOS. W. LANTIAM,
Col. 2nd Reg't Cav'ry.
,Tne 5, 1851. 5t 20
I WARN all persons against trading for a
Note given by me to 'Mark. Cutbrcath or
bearer, about the 10th December 1850, for thre
hundred and fifty dollars, as the propetfo
which the note was given is unsoun, ,uiwl
not pay it unless compelleT J' IaSON
Constantly on -and ad
T HE Subscriber his just received some bess
tiful EMBROIDERED GOODS, to which
he invites attention, among them may be found
WorkedNuslin Mantillas and Sacques,
I " and Lace Capes,
" i " - Sleeve,
" " Chemezettesand Inside Hand
" " Collars-and Cuftls
Copld Barage Mauttles and Mantillaii,
Linen Cambric Handkerchlefs,
White and Col'd Canton Crape Shiawlk,
an " Sewing Silk do -
Gents'and Ladies Sup. Kid and Silk Gloves,
Bleached and Brown Sheeting&, and Pillow'
Rich Furniture Prints,
" Figured Damask. for Curtaings
Some Silk and Cotton Hosiery, &e.
A few more fine WATCHES and CHAINS,
Ladies CHATALAINS and BROACHESr
KEYS, CHARMS, &c., &e.
W. P. BUTIER.
May 29, tf 1-9
I BEUG Teave re tly to inform the itiens'
of Edgefield,i and Country, that I have
commenced a MER ANTILE BUSIIESS io
the house situated between Mr. BYAi's Store
and the Court House,
My STOCK, consisting of aR the varietiet
usually found in a Village Retail Store, has been
recently purchased in Charleston from Housew
that import their Goods,prinil, direct from
Europe. And I flatter myself, that an.ex
perience of five years in an Importing sad Job
bing House in Charleston, together with other
facilities, has enabled me to get a STOCK of
GOODS, that will, in point of smx'and raz,
compare favorably with any Establishment in the
place. Persons wishing to purehnse Goods for
CAsu or on a credit until fart of January nextr
will loose nothing by giving me a caD.
A smafTshare ofpatronage isearnestlysolicited.
Edgufield C. H., Mar 17, 851. tf 9.
New Commision House.
H1AMBURG, S.C, --
HE Undersigned having been engaged in a
TGENERAL COMMISSION and FAC
TORAGE BUSINESSfor the lastffteen yeare
in this place, takes pleasure in informing his old
customers and the public generally that he has
opened a House to transact said business in all
its various branches.
From the long experience he has had. in thit
business, enables him to say in confidence, that
he will do as well for those who patronise him a
any other House in the United Btates or Cali
fornia, and that no effort shl be left untried, on
his part, to do nzrr.
Consignments of COT'ON and all other sw
cies of produce, as well as MIERCHANDIZ
for the Country will have'lis individual and per
onal attention, for which, he hopes, his labor
may be beneficial beth to his cowatiuents and
A. M. BENSON.
April 1, 1851. m 1.2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EljJah Still and others,
Elizabeth Still and others. -
XTOTICE is hereby given that by vIrttie of
Lanorder fromth Court of Equltylin
this ease, Ishall sell.:st E4eld-Court
House, on the first'Monday in uynextlte
foloin real estate ef' Tosh 'Stilr'll
The I-fouve Tihet containing tfee hun
dred acres, more or less, situated in th& Die'
trit and State aforesaid, and adjoining lando
of Benj, Stephens, J. F, Lowrey, Clara Lmne
drum and others,
Also. the Upper part of a TIract .of Land,
described in the 6ill as containing four hun
dred acres, more or less, and adjoining lanuds
of John Quattlebum, George Outs, S. F.
May, John B. Hamilton and others. The
said Upper part of said Tract of 400 acres,
said to contain two hundred and twelve
acres, more or less,
Also, the Lower part of the abore Tract
of Land, described as contauinin" four hun
dred acres, more or less. Said rwer part
r Trtact said to contain one hundred and
inety-four acres, more or less.
Said latds will he sold on a credit of
twelve months from the day of sale, except
ost Which must be paid cash. Purchase
money to be secured by bond and good
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. V.
Comm'rs Office, June 4, 1851.
June 5, 5t 20
ALL prsonshaving demanis against the es' -
ta oflon Harrison, deceased, are re
quested to haod them to the subscriber, properly
attested, and all those indebted to the estate sre
reqtested to ineke payment.
JA MES M1. HARRISON.
Spt ,18?,0 ly 23
JOHN 13. ROUNTIEE, living ten miles
tbelow Cambridge, and one mile cast of the
artintown Itoad, tolls before me a LIGHT
BAY IIORISE MULE, supposed to be eight
years old, about twelve hands high, marked with
the gear and shed all round. A ppraised att$65..
SAM. STEVENS, M~. E.. D.
May 10,1851. 1m4 17..
ALL persons having demands againistitlie'es
Atate of Jacob Shibley, deceased, will please,
to drthem induly attested, and toeoig
the said estate will please to make immediate pay-.
ment. SILAS LANIER, Adm't..
Cum Test annzee.
Sept4, 1850 ly 33:
30 HHIDS. CUBA MOLASSES.
10 " N. Orleans "
50 " Golden Syrup, very- gine. Foe
sale by A. BURNSIDE.
Hamburg Febl3 tf 4
'Dutch Bolting COtebs.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
H AVE received from New York, a supyof
i.Dutch Bolting CLOTHS, Nos. 0,1 1,3
5, 6, 7, 8,9 and 10. To which they rsetul
invite the attention of the public. 18
May 22 tf 1
Sugar and Coike.
20111HS. SUGAR, difierent bramis,
75 Barrels St. Croix Granulated Sugar,
10 Barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar,
1000 Lbs. Loaf Sugar, doable refined,
50 Barrels Co1Ie:Sugar,
75 Bags prime Rio Coffee,
25" best Old Government .Java Coffn*
For sale by A. BURNSIDE,
Hamburg, Feb'I3 tf 4
LL those having demands against the Estate
A of Abner V. White, deeeased,arerequested
tpresent them, properly atse~n hs n
dbtd to make payment.
JOHN HILL, Adm.
Ari 20, onIr 1