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A fate ninimber of the London Weekly Times
relates the following singular story:
"An officer of artillery, a main of gigantic
stature and robust health, being thrown from an
unmanageable horse, received a very severe con
tusion upon the head, which rendered him insen
sible at once. The skull was slightly fractured,
but no immediate danger was apprehended.
Trepanning was accomplished successfully. Ilie
Was bled, and many other of the ordinary'means
of relief were adopted. Gradually, however.
he fell into a more helpless state of stupor, and
finally it was thought he had died. The weather
was warm, aud lie was buried with indecent
haste, in one of the pub!ie cemeteries. His
funeral took place on Thursday.
On Sunday following, the grounds of the
cemetery were, as usual, much thronged wih
visiters; and, about nolon, an immense excite
ment was created by the declaration of a pea
sant, that, while he was sitting upon the grave
of the officer, he had distitnctlv felt a commotion
of the earth, as if occasioned by some one
struggling beneath. At first, little attention
was paid to the man's asseveration, but his evi
dent terror, and the dogged obstinacy with
which lie persisted in his story, had at length
their natural eff-ct upon the crowd. Sp:.des
were hurriedly procured, and the grave, which
was shamefully shallow, was, in a few minutes,
so far thrown open, that the head of its occu
pant appeared. He was then seemingly dead:
but lie sat nearly erect in his coffin, the lid of
which, in his furions struggles, lie had partially
uplifted. He was forthwith conveyed to the
nearest hospital, and there pronouneed to be still
living, althotugh in an aspytie condition.
After some hours lie revived, reeognised.indi
viduals of his acquaintance, and, in broken sen
tences, spoke of his agonies in the grave. Front
what lie related, it was efear that lie must have
been conscious of life for more than an hour
while inhumed, before lapsing into insensibility.
The grave was carelessly and loosely filed with
loose, porous soil; and thus some air was ne
cessarily admitted. Hle heard the footsteps of
the crowd overhead, and endeavored to imake
himself heard in turn. It was the tutult wihh
in the grounds of the cemetery, lie said, whaheb
appeared to awaken himu from a deep sleep : but
no sooner was lie atwake that lie becamte fully
awvare of the awful horrors of his positioni."'
THEc FIsHERY Qe'ESTION.--FIEND1.Y RE
CEP2TION oF TiHE MzsszSsnPPI AT ST. .IoitN, N.
B.-The St. John New Brtunswicker, in noticing
the arrival of the U. S. Steamer Mississippi,
Cem. Perry, at that port, says she will be of as
mnuch service in proteeting the rights of Britimh
of' stasndinig to be fully understood. The saute
" We may mention as an .instance of how
correct kinowledge of this fishery question may
be turned to good account, tht-t the American
revenue cutter, which is generally stationed at
Eastport, proceeded upon a cruise over the
fishery grounds, a week or two since, and the
comniander found that his chief' bm-iness was to
warn Americatn trespassers off' of forbidden
grottnd. Heb found them, in almost every in
stance, taking fish within the treatty limnit8, near
the shore, and cautioned them as to the conse
quences should they be caught.
, We hopo that the Mississippi, and indeed
the whole Americatn Navy, will cruise abotit our
bays and harbors. For 'that matter we would
willingly dispense wvith every vessel sent out by
England, and throw ourselves adtogethuer into
the hands of " our enemies''-for jttstice'
would then be meted out by those who.wottld
see for themselves to whom it was due.
It is worthy of nmentioni that on Stundayv laist
the harbor of St. John presentted an American
easte of character. There were twelve large
Aumcrica'n ships lying ht anche~or withI their en
tigns flying att the peak, as well as the war
steamer Mississippi. Jonathan ruled the waves
in port that day.
Commodore Perry and Capt. Adams, of the
Mississippi, went to Frederieton on 'Te'sday
morning to view the river and pay their respects
to his honor the Aduministrator of the Govern
The Morning News states that a ball had
been agreed uponi to the officers of the Missis
sippi, to take place last, Thlursday evening, and
-remarks: " We like the plait of goitng to war
in a ball-room about this~ "fishy story." Let
Cupid do all the fightiug and the ladies the
" A number of our citizens ha~ve paid a visit
to the American steamship Mississippi, all of
whom speak in the highest terms of' the gen
tlemanly treatmnent they have received f'rom the
TnlE Gtxto SciuAm'.-Considrable dissat is
thtioni has been expressed in England at the
rely of Lord Derby, admitting that the Lashos
Islands belong to Peru, a right which Mr. WVeb
ster disputes, and which lhe is tiot disposed
to allow to be exercised against American tra
ders, till the dispute is settled.
Mr. Riler, understood to be the agent of the
Peruvian Government, published itt the N. Y.
Journal of Commerce several colums <f corres
pondence, in order to show that the Lobos
Islands were discovered and claimed by Peru
more than two htundred years ago; that this
claim is fully admitted by the English Governi
mnent; that.*Pern has possession of the Islands,
and an armed force sulhicient to protect themt
against all marauders ; that for some years shte
has forbidden aHI trespass on these islands, andI
even fishing along their shores, and has allowed
no one to take guano without license from the
Peruvian Government. The agent of Pertz
further says, that she will not suffer A merican
vessels to take guano from these islands, with
out resisting to the utmost of her power; and
that an attempt on our part to take guano at
the cannon's motnth, will occasion an entire in
terruption of our trade with Peru ,an dwill most~
ijuriotusly affect our shipping in the Pacitic.
ARRE~ST of JAiL BREAKER.-The Savannah
Georgiain, says: "D). Tr. Hines and A. J.
Knapp, who escaped from the Jail of this
counuty on the morning of the 16th inst., wcre
arrested at Macon yesterday, and brotught dowvn
on the cars last evening. They hatve been re
mantded to Jail to await their trial at the next
term of the Superior Court.
TrE FISIIER rzs.-Thec Newburyport Herald
states-that quantities of fish ot' all kinds are
constantly arriving in the Unitcd States from
the Provinces. T1here is no- doubt that tempo
rarilyjshutting this out~ by prohibitory duties,
would soon br'nmg the provincials to their senses,
and render themi willing and solicitous that our
.fishermen should take and cure fish even on the
.shore,.as- they did by ther arrangement 1782.
TfheVnited Stqtes is the .only ma~rkset of any
'consequence which the provinces hav~e, in which
'to sell theirfish,'and withot this market their -
fshe'ry wouldbee'ortbless and' the.population
EDGEFIELD, S. C
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1852,
* WE call the attention of our readers to the
communication signed, "MANy OFFICEk.S or EDG E
FIELD." In our last number we published the card
of Col. E. P. JoNEs, announcing that Gentleman as
a candidate for Major General, to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the resignation of our worthily es
teemed fellow-citizen, 3I. L. DosnA.AM. The com
munication above referred to announces Col. 51c.
COWEN of Abbeville as a competitor for that office.
WE direct all interested in such things to the Ad
vertisement of BRINDLEY & RosAmmoND, dealers in
groceries &c., Hamburg. They are said to have a I
full stock which they -offer at fair prices. See an
LOOK AT THIS.
Wt are requested to call attention to the fact that
the time fAr receiving proposals for the erection of
our Town Hall building has been extended. Papers
which have been requested t copy Advertisement
will please notice the same.
)n. jons FEN.LEY, an old and highly respectable
citizen of Laurens District, died very suddenly a few
days since, on his way home from Hamburg. lie
was attacked a few miles above that town and ex
pired within a few minutes. We have not learned
the precise cause of his death.
A DOUBLE ARREST.
Ax individual, named MCCRART, was arrested ten
miles above this place, a few days ago. on the charge
of murdering a man in Alabama. A reward oif 6500
had been uffered by the father and brothers (if the
person killed. 'I'he gentlemen who arrested McCatny
tMessrs. WHITE, .AIV LY and IAlaIs. of this dis:rict.)
have taken him on to Alabama, where lie is by this
time pernps,. lodged in jail to await his trial.
Another McCRAY was arrested by the min gen
tlenen, as a fugitive from justice, and carriod on with
his brother, a reward of $200 having been offered by
some Alabama jailor for his delivery.
FINE EARLY POTATOES.
WE are indebted to Mr. J. W. IIkMILTOs, resiing
near our villrge, for sonic Sweet Potatoes, utiusuallv
fine for the season. They were received more than U
week ago, and should have been acknuwledgel before
this. ''heV were in size - we cannot say pre
cisely how large: but uhout four of thein would make
a good plate-full.
ONE day hist week, says the Albany (G.) Patriot,
as Capt. JA~MEs C. BaooKS, of this county, was
riding on horseback in his field with his two little
boys ton the same horse, suddenly the earth gave
way. In the fall they were luckily precipitated oi
firm ground; but the horse went down sonie 15 feet,
and was finally extricated though much injured.
3Many of Capt. Baooms' Edgefield friendscoigratu
late him on this most lucky escape. 31tty lie never
know a worse fall!
LAST Friday was a gala day for our people. alinot
epual to that of the Ituman festival. The good citi
zens of our town, and its vicinity, had determined to
celebrate the 20th instant (the. anniversfary of the hat.
tle of Churubtisco, as alsn of the Bumtler A rtill-ry) ini
a mannier which shlould reflect credit upon1 themselves.
and afford pleasure and gratitication to their nnme
rt - ''*-e-~'n the treneral satist'heion
the Butler Artillery, unihlr tlie~ commannos u ..
C. Monaacx, formed in our public square, ready to
march for the scene of their festivity. Tlhe order
being given they proceeded iti beautiful style. The
finely mounted corps, the brightly burnished cannon,
the glancing hen and glitteritig plume alnost mocked
the eye. 3Meantime
"Sonorous metal blowing martial mons"
the Companmy. together wvith 0ou citizenis oni horrehack,
aml ladies in niutnherless carritages, moved forward in
Ione body to Dr. Bar's spring, about a mnile from
tlown. Ihere they were shiaded by the rich foliage of
a tmost beautiful grove-indeed it seemed to have been
Imade for the occasion, so aptly didi it answer its. pur
pose. Besides the 'tatural advantages of this charm
ing place, its owner. Dr. Bou-r. bad prepared every
necessary accomniodation, both of convenience and
A spacious old field opened just in front of the
grove. where the matmruvres of thme Corps could be
distinctly heard and seen. The firing of thet canno~n
in rapid siceessio~n, tegethier with the "' far flash of
the red artillery." se-emned really to counterfeit "the inm
mortal Jove's dread clamno' and prodluced ini our
mind qnite a warlike sensation, thrilling us w'ith im-.
usual exeitement. 'T'he proXimity of the pieces, the
deafening report and the apparent shaking of thme sur
routiding earth, discomposed for a while the nerves of
sonie of our fair one's, but, strange to say, there was
no faititing after all.
Immediately in the centre of the grove was thme
speakers stand, to which, after the parade, the eyes of
all were turtied, as it hadl been previoeusly announced
that, at that time an appropriate address wvould be
delivered by our mutch esteetned fellow-citizen, 1I. R.
SrANNs. Mir. S. spoke eloquently fur tile space ofj
thirty minutes--his oration wits chaste, elegant, and
orn~ate -at the same time full of sound logic, and cotn
vincing argument-indeed we~ think it worthy of his
able pen. TIhie speech was listenedt to with uniusuial
atteintion, and was reocived with rapturous cheering
IAfter this fenst of the mid, the physical man wvas
most particularly cared for-a large, fine, snd sulmp
tuouis dinner had been pre-pared, by the Commtiittee,
for the accoinmodation of their guests. We need
scarcely remind our readers that ample justice was
done to the viands, and that there really seemed (as
is custonary on such occasions) tno lack of appetite.
As at OurnAL.E's feast, all, "' from Lilliput to Tfitan,"'
were assembled, so, aruund the table of the Commit
Near the speakers stand wase a beautiful and level
platform, wvhich wve had eyed with considerable sutii
faction, as wve wvell knew for what it was intended
indeed it looked to all very much like a hall floor, andh
such it was. At the sound of the music, the worship
per. of Terpsichore joyously took their favorite luoi
tions, vicing with each other in paying adloration to H
their much loved mutse. All were here, froom the
"blushing Miss" to the lofty Dama.
" Their many twinkling feet chasing the giddy circle."
"Quais in Eurote ripis, cut per juga Cynthi,
exrercet Diana choros," so charni they the sight, while
slight bluishes, soft. tremors, andI .calm feminiine lie
lights, add to the pleasure of the graceftul dance.
Trhe quadrille was decidedly the flhvorite, to it bot
" Irish jig and ancient rigadoon" gave place-." Scotch
" Dull Romnaika's heavy rottnd,
Fandange's wiggle, or Bolero's bound;
E'eti Egypt's al mae."
The music was very fine indeed, and the group of ti
dancers tthe ladies wve mean) so beautiful. that wre
would willingly have reversed the tyrants waishi thtt
"mankitnd had only one neck which he nmight sever
at a single blow"-and feeling decidedly more tender
than fierce, naill
" That wvomankind had hut one rosy mouth,
To kiss them all at once from North to South."
Indeed the heart that wvas not charmed by the " con- st
cord of sweet sounds, and the beaty of that gay n
circle, is so thoroughly bad, as to renmind us of a phie- th
nomenon in natural histery, viz, a mass of solid stone, at
only to be opened by force, and when divided " you
discover a toad in the contre, lively, but wvith the la
rputation~ of being venomous." We believe the bl
reverse of this however, so let it go, Asmodeus knows i
To return to our dercription, beaux and belle, hiantd P
in hand, " quamfamiliariter," according to the occa- ui
altz, " were going it round and -about. until supper
me." After that hour Col. H[uraT kindly tendered
is dancing room to the party, of course, it was wil
ingly accepted, and most constantly used, until maid
n modesty and mnotherly prudence gave the hour fox
A FEW ITE31S GATHERED IN TRAVELLtNd.
WHILE at Glenn Springs recently, we penned a
turried epistle to our readers, which should have ap.
eared in our last issue. But owing to the fact that
aid communication was some eight days in making a
utirney of eighty miles, it came to our foreman's hands
o late as only to appear in our present number. It
vill be found upon our first page.-We propose now
o add a few nmre additional items of the subsequent
mrt of our two weeks trip. And first we will speak
This is perhaps the most rapidly improving village of
he up-country. It is now reduced to a certainty that
1 itail-Road will bo built to this point within a year
>r two. The Spartais, at any rate, will not, for a
noment, indulge any thought to the contrary. And
hey are acting tip to their faith with the greatest
mmptitude and confidence. Already has the spirit
if improvement exhibited itself throughout their town.
New buildings are arising one after another-squares
hat have been hitherto but as a waste common are
jow enclosed, nod are being prepared for the habita.
ion of the genus, man-bu~iness has received an im
letus-real estate has inereased in value in a tenfold
ratio-and, withal, the village of Spartanburg may
be said to present a lively, pleasant and progressive
Among the new buildings of the place, we must not
Imit In mention the " Palmetto loue," a hotel which
ias just been opened by Mr. TuostsoN. This is,
doubtlens, the largest building of the kind in the back
'ouitry of South Carolina. It has beena constructed
with admirable skill and with an unusual earefulness
for the comfort of lodgers. In the hands of 31r.
TtosisoN, it will assunrdly mnintain the reputation of
one of the very first hotels in the interior. We wish
for its attentive and gentlemanly proprietor continued
and increased success. Certainly no landlord of our
acquaintance more richly merits it. The night of our
sojourn at his house, a pleasant dance was struck up
on the spur of the iomtlent, and the evening passed
very cheerfuliy. On this occasion we had the gratifica.
tion of making the acquaintance of Mr. W. TuohtsoN,
one of the Editors of the Spartan, who kittdly pre.
senited us wilh a copy if his excellent juurnal, that
happit~ening to he its publication day.
(if the prvat;e edifices of this town, we were par
ticularly struck and much pleased with the somewhat
unique niniiion of Mr. TeCIEa, the other editor of
the Spartan. It is certainly oh a style. beaumifully
chaste', anl alibrdls but nuother evidence of the correct
taste comion to the fraternity.
.Spartaiburg has froin twelve to fourteen stores be.
sides various shops. Its population is upwards of a
thouand.-Let us now turn for a while to
Thiu watering place, as it is called, seems to have
been butt joiirly patronised this season. On reaching
it. we found only twenty-five or thirty visitors; and
learned that this ntiuber had seldom been exceeded
during the present suimnmer. Tho building is a large
and commodious one, and the rooms are pleasant
rnouuh-(much more so than those at Glenn)-but the
table !-re:llythe Cutexs ought to keepra little better
one, if it were only for their own sakes. Why they
dil not, we caiinot imagine-for they are clever men
and loressersed of afluetce.-Tie tempurnture at
Catiens is very plearant; and the billiard-table anud
ten-pin alley are free. Well mn y they be so, as it
would certainly require htandsome pary to induce a
goodl pilaycr to approach either of them. The chief
atusemlent of the gentlemen seemed to be a continued
poking of their fuin at an uneotuth rustic by the tnme
'-"''who seemned to be a source of infinite
Greenville has been generally styled the most beau
tiftl vilhige ini the State; and the opinion has not been
without pretensions to correctness. TIhte town proper,
however, seems (to outr view) to be growing :nela les*i
i-heerful and pri'-poissessing in its iappearance than it
was a few years agit. As far as buildintgs are con
eernedl, this part of Greenville has evidently beent at a
siauul fir sonte time;~ althiough it does well enioughi yet.
Is vicintage is no(w its chief ortnamtent. The Blun
combhe ruoaud, t he Pentdletott road and the Cick Springs
rad are all linedl with neat and tasteful residences,
:eah residence beintg snrroiunsed by a cool and well
kept grove of oak". Bitt the recsidence of G'eneral
WAnlt' Tto~stson, Oin thte Spairtanthutrg road, is the
iost imposing of all, both ats to the building itself andl
the splendtiid lawnm, which lie's tn frontt of it, filled with
tra.spreadinig trees and covered ntith the mst beau
liful itren-sward. Th'le place is altnost pidace-like in
:s air. Its distiinguished piroprietor has, as we letarn,
r.:ired fromu Washington life, to spend the balance of
Iis days, its mutch its possible, in this enchantingly
lovle retreat. The li. Wtt.t.tus C. I'aES~toN
bas on a visit to him while we were ini Greeniville,
tnd it i" thought that his health is slightly improving.
Of the Greenville hlotels, there are two principil
)t-l. the "Platnter's" kept by IrrLtEDGPE, and the
)Iansiont Ilomse, by Messrs. IntN~t & SwANDA.u~
We stopped at the latter, and cant safely say that it is
le very best public house, in every respect, we have
ben itt in ail our joutrneyings thtroughs the upper coun
:ry of South Carolinia, whether sduring the presentt or
areviious smunmers. Mr. JawtiN, who was in charge
af the house during our stay, is a model of a htost.
We shall not soon forget his delightfutl parlor, comnfor
able rooms anid most excelletit table, wvhichi we en
oyeid w~ith such 'gusto' for nearly a week. Lotig
liourishi thei 31ansion Ilntse !
The Furman Itnstittution, which outr retnders remnem
ir to htave- bren removed from Fairfielul to Greenvihit',
s about toi be successfully estahlished otn an enlairged
cale. There is now nit apprehensio~in of atnythiing like
Sfailure. Th'ie siintin of the College is ott an emi
ence near the village, ont the South side of Reedy
liver, it a sequestered woodur, it sitngtularly suitable
dare for studenttific reflection anid religious meditation
t is had in view to offer tile Presidenicy of this Insti
ulon to the Rev. BArstL 3IArNrv, now at the head of
he .\labatuna Untiversity. Nothitng, itn our opinion,
vod ensure its coniplete success more securely than
ie isupervisionu of this amtiable, dignified stnd able
Greenville boasts of fifteen or sixteen regular Dry
iods stores5, in fitll operastion, (and they Fell goods at
east ten per centt cheaper than even our casht stores,)
(0doze or twot stalls (If various kinds, an extensive
ndl very superior Coach estabilishment, several Black.
mith Shiope, antd two Newspaipers, to say nothing of
Greenivilie has a popuulationi of twvo thousand and
piwardru. 'rThe indlications of imuprovemetnt in their
tidst are nmucht less than we had expected to find
hem. We have heard a hint that the rivalry of
partanbuarg, as a place of husiniess, is miuch dreaded
y the capitalists of Greenville ; and this may nccoumnt
r their village having made a halt in its ownivard
iarch. More atnon.
T::E Congressional news is at present rather dull.
'e questemn of the Northiea'terna Fisheries, wvhich
as affordedl for some time past, a novel and exciting
eme for discuissiotn in thie hotise, as also, a most
eceptable windfall for tihe various papers, has at
:igtit died away.
Mit. SouitE's speech upotn that subject attracted aI
is deal of tattetiion. It was evidenttly a latbored
id carefully prepared production. It appeared to
inmore a specimenct of oratorical declamnttion, than
ue dliberate views of a wvise antI experienced
tesman. That lie iniflated the muatter, there can ho
adoubt. Its tone, however, is high and elevated,
e sentimetnt highly patriotic, and its style elegant(
On Saturday, the 14th instant, un interesting dhe.
its arose in the Senate upon the resolution ollered ]
rMr. 31EauwEarmia, requesting the President to
form the Senate what atnount of publie itnoney had c
eni paid to Gein. SCOTT .and Gei. FRANKrIN I
tsarte, from their entrance into the public servic, t
sto this time-also for what those amounts were i
,bjeigd to the resolutioneannu in- the course of his
emarks spoke forcibly aud eloquently. "I sir,
leeply regret," says Senatdr B., " that this resolution
a introduced. * I say not so s a partisan, for I stand
n a position of comparative indiffereince, as a Demo
!rat, to the Presidential contest, but am opposed to
he election of Gen. Sco-r ; yet I think that Gen.
SCoTT might well reply, when called upon to answer
'or the public money he hasieeived, and which has
been appropriated frrn the Triasury for his services,
is Scipio did when called upon fort an audit of his
icrount, "This, if not the .day, is the month in
which I won the battle of Zama."
Little, or nothingisfdoing in either lonse at pre
sent. We understand 'the virious. Committees are
hiard worked (as i- usual) towards the close of eaeld
foa TEi ADVERTIsIlt.
MEssns. E-Tons:-At a meeting of the " Edge
field Flying Artillery," lhe followiug liesolutions
were proposed and.adopted :
Resolved, That we return our thanks to II. R.
SPANN, Esq., for his able' unaxecellent Speech, de
livered on the occasion of our Anniversary, and
request that he furnish us with'a copy of the same
Resolved, That our warmist thanks are due tw
the Ladies and citizens of lIdgefield Village and the
surrounding country, for their generous contribu
tions towards defraying the expenses of the Cel
bration of our Anniversary
W. C. MORAGNE, Cta1instaN.
. oa THE ADVERTIBER.
M1Essas. EDITost:-It will doubtless be gratify
ing to all the true people*of God to learn that or
Fridny, the 20th inst., a interesting meeting oi
seven davs duration was closed at the Gilgal Church,
Our Pastor, D. D. Baexsos, was .wsisted in li.
labors by the brethren WzL... Jonxsox, G-rson
Bloui and Lt Cror. Maythey in the great day
(or accounts receivo stars in their crowns front oui
church. We were also visited andi preached to by
that excellent man of God, the Rev. Mr. Baows
of the Methodist denomination. Could we more
frequently see ministers of the diflrent Orthodo.
Churches associated together in the sacred desk
We should have hopes that the days of bigotry and
Sectarian bickering were numbered.
The congregation from the commencement to ti
close of the meeting wits large and remarkably at
tentive. Many sinners were concerned, and daily
reqhtested prayer of tho people of God, and th<
members of the Church were graciously revived
The happy consequences will, we believe, only bt
developed in eternity.
In making this announcement we feel that we arc
prompted by grititude to the Author of all good
tha3t we have been thus favored in this, our so clleo
day of deelension. Our prayer is that we may evel
be kept humble, and be prepared for the blessiig,
which we believe our God -has got in reserve foi
us. We feel that we are n l-ft without witnesses
that we are still owned an Iblessed by the greal
Head of the Church. " If God be for us, we wil
not fear those who may beagainst us."
SEVENTY 3lJLES IN TWELVE Hlout.-Al
Newport, on Saturday la's . pedestrian accom
plished a very wonderfuat in his pectli:nI
line. Ilis nmame is WVm.dinghes, ad he is am
Emnglishman. Hie wats to receive eight y dollamrt
piruvided that lhe walked sa Anty miles in lifteen
hours, being an averag jmte of tnearly five
miles an hour. Strange .t ma~y sent, lie nol
only accomplished this iz ense labor, bitt alse
- '"s tim jthanm his limit. lhi.
---- f the Atlamntie
and said that if they were not satisfied he cuu
walk five miles more..
A vast number wero'gssembled to witness it
and mnany gentlemen timed him, wtithm watch in
handt, for several hmoura Durinmg one part ol
the day he stretched htiself on a ptlank fora
few nmomemnts, and occaonally stopped to drink~
a glases of beer. 4 -
THE POTATO ROT IxNIR ELAND.-Thme follow
ing extract of a letter. from Irelhmd, b*ering
date thme 30th ti., and ficeived by a mnercaileii
hotuse in Boston, wvould~seemn to indeiente a mnore
extetnsive prevalence ofythe polato disease tham
has hitherto been supposed to exist. Th'le ac
counts by the Africa are all discouraginig in
respect to the potato crop:
"it muay not be uninteresting to you to learni
thtat since Tuesday, the 20th instant, thme putato
crop of Irelatnd has become serimusly alTeetedi
with thme remarkable .disease of thme previonts
seven years. The progress of it dtnrmtg the
laast ton days has beetn very great, and, whil
the result cannot yet be statted~, there can be noc
dotnbt that a large po'rtion of the crop will be
THE AnrY Wons.-The Charleston Mereu
ry, itn publishing some letters from a correspon
dent ins Beaufort distriet, says:
" We noticed some'days since the appearance
of the worm on a planttation near ibeaufort.
Th'le letters below, from gentlemen of. the high
est respectability, furnish sad evidence oft thec
spread of the pest. A ppearing so early in thme
season, there seem no limit to its faculty of de
struction. The cotton platnt, owing to thme wet
season, has as yet matured but little fruit.
Wherever the wvorm' appears now, the destrtue
ion must be almost total. Nor is it confined to
Sea island region. We yesterday received anm
thentic infornmation that the worm htad atpp~eared
itt great force in the Forks of the Consgaree.
Otne plantation of '700 acres had becen so coin
pletely striptped, that it had been planted in peais
by way of maiking something out oh it. Tlhtus
far the wormi had not gone beyond the swamtt~j
hnds of the Congareen, biut it is niot likely it
will long be content with those limits."
THlE IVEATHW1R AND THlE Cnors.-For seve
ral days past ''a weathier has been remarkably
cool for the 1season. It is now the middle of
August, yet winter clothing is requisite fir ones
comnfort. It is quite a favorable time for pulling
fodder, large quantities of which have been g.,r
nered in fmte condition during the last week.
'lThe early corn erop~ is, of course, natture, amnd
is beyond contingency. 'lThe only daniger to be
ipprehended now is that arising from the over
flowing of the water courses. Th'le yield of
sorn will be immense. T1he cotton erops looks
remrkably wvell. Theo plant is very fnll of
bloomns, which promise to stick to the stalk atnd
nature. It is in very few and limited sections
.hat we hear of its shedding. The rust is mna
ting its appearance in small spots on thme gray
ands; as yet it has done tno serious injury.
Mtogether there is a good prospect of a largei
leld of cotton.-Newberry Sentinel, 18th inst.
BA D NEws FROM TEXAS.-Late accoti rts front
[exas to the 7th instant, at New Orleans, dated
innvoo county, says thtat thu neighborhood is
n a grea-'t ferment in consequence of the forts
mn the frontier being attacked by the Camnan
hecs. It was reported that Phantom lull had
een taken by them and "quite a numbher of~
ailies wero mutrdered." Th'le next place of
ssa-ult wvas Fort Declknap, wvhich the Camatnehes,
m comtpany with neighboring tribes, madeo a des
crate attack upon. The regulars sustained
hemselves and drove thme savages off, at a loss
f life ott boths sides. It was feared that a se
ond and bolder attack would be made. If so,
hie fort, It is saId, would have to yield.
THEz MILLIONt Loa.-The Pennsylvania Rail
oad Company are advertising for proposals
tr a loan of S,000,000, to be received at their
flcean Philadelphia unstil the 15th of Septem
er. -The .bonds-fr that portiona of the loan
thioh may *be. taken in Stis country will be
sued in sums oef *1000, with interest couplonse
We have noticed in the Congressional pro
ceedings that Judge Butler made a speech on
the Fishery question. The correspondent of
the Courier says:
" Judge Butler is the only Senator, as yet,
who las not joined in the clamor for wnr, or
kept slence under the blast of the war trumpet.
Judge Butler has ventured to suggest that at
War between the United States and England
would be a great disaster; and he is not quite
certain that the words of the Convention do
not exclude us from "British Bays-"
" Mr. Seward is to speak to day-a second
time-and lie will ride the war horse. le ean
not get nitich aiead of Mr. Soule, however, be
eause that Senator has appealed to the " higher
law;" by eiaiming our tishing rights as the gift
of God, ai above all treaties.
"Should it be determined to continue the
discussion. Judge Butler will speak at length
on the merits of tle question. lie intimatedt
this i'tetiion. Ti'- olbjeet eof the renewal of
the war debate to-day is aviowedly to alord the
Whigs an opportunity to viidicate lie adminis
tration troia tie suspiciion (if having compro
mixed the natioial honor by listening to any
terms of an adjustmuent of tle ditliculies in
regard to) the Fisheries. It is probable that the
acensed will find a safe deliverance from this
trial ; and it, is likely that they will eave the
difliculty as a legpacy to the Djemocralic Admin
RUST IN COTTox.-The Newberry Sentinel
says: "A ftientd of ours, a practical planter of
large experience, stated in our hearing, on Mon
day last, that salt. socwn at the rate of half a
bushel per acre amonrst cotton is a certain
remedy against rust. It will not only prevent
the rust, but, will stay its ravages and restore
the diseased plant to its wonted vigiir. IL is a
simple remedy and worth a trial. This is the
season for rust, and we give this informaltion
that our armiers may try the retnedy. It' it
pirove efl-eetuial, of which we have not the least
doubt, it will be of immense beneit to the
planting interests. We would like to receive
the result of further trials."
ARPREST FOr KIDNAPPING.-WVe learn from
the Easton (31d.) Gazette, that a few tnights ago,
in Caroline County, two ien niade nrrange
ments to imeet a shave named Tim near Greens.
boro,' and th:t Ton having inftrmired his mas
ter of the atllhir, four white tmen accompanied
hini to the spoit, and found the two strangers
there in a cnrriage. 31r. Dill caught hold of the
vehicle to arrest them, when lie received a ball
through his ear, narrowly escaping with his life.
Antiother of the whites, Who caught hold of the
horses, was also tired at. but witliout effrct.
The mippoosd kiiippers then title their es
eape, but were pursued1. and one of them, named
Wicks, arres:ed at Dover, Del. The other,
naned Dorriry, made his esenpe. These men
keep a smnall store at a plice elleti Sanidtown,
near the 31aryhid line. and the Gazette savs
they make it a regular business to entice slaves
away iii order to secure the reward.
A Do-VA-ARTE IN THE A.3iEaICAN AitaY.-A
proionhiii tf.13 eadets of the Military Academy
at Vest Point has jnst taken place in the
United States Army. We remark among the
numeuber the ntame oif the cadet Jerome Napo
len Boniaparte, who was No. II in his class at
tle ttie of the exntninatin, and who is ip.
pointed to tlie regiment uof ninted rilleunet.
lie is the grandon of Jerome Bonaparte,
breother of tlie Empeeror Napoleoun, Ex-Kiisg if
Wesctpliai, and tnow P'residenit of the Fremh I
dennt e. II is grandmo hithter, 31ndamte P at terson,
first wife of P'riince Jeremie, resides in Balitimoere.
Tira Fusnt~i:rns AND TuE NAvr.-An expe
rienced naval otlieer sauys that several resels
nowv at the New York navy yard will be put ini
ordcr immuediately, and awav~it advices from
Washington. Hie des not anticipate any
--'--,,Q trouble abouit the fisheries, but is ofC the
Cotngreess ofl New Grenadae. recently, relative to
the construction of a. sort of independent re
public, to be called " the State of tihe Isthemus,"
:ttracts genaerali attenition beith in P.anama and
Califerniia. As the propio.-nl was tmade by Setor
Arieenni, who repcresenits the province of
Panamta itt Congress, it is believed toc have beeni
goetten up icy the Americans residetnt on the
1sthlimus. TVhe tiew G;renaedian, Chamber oif
Representatives voted in favor of it, but the
Senate defesated it.
PItrEr IN C~.toRtsA.-Thse news of the
nomintatieon of Pierce and KingL reached San
Fratneiseo tit the 1 0th oft Ju ly, and created at
tirst mneht sturprise. he democratic party,
hoewever. were highiiy pleaisedi with the nromitna
tionsi, andic ferthiwith ireid 150 gtius froem lice
Plnza, iniI henor of the ewension. They c are eicn
fuilent of hvictoery, a ne enter heartily into the
c eotest. They held a l.: ree anid spirited rat iti
caetin mnceting ecn thle 13:hI, at wvhich st rdng
resolut ions, apipro ving thle nomina; in s anad thce
actieci of the Baltimore Convention, were
TIlE ChInese conitnned to arrive in San
Frssieisco, in great mititutdes. Neairly 4.000
had reaehed the city wit hin a foirtinight. They
stoupped bitt a short t imte, anud mtiade t heir way
at once to the ines. The9 hostility of the
miniers toward~s themti appeared to be abating, as
fe.w reports received of~ their expuilsion frott
SUDDF.N DEA'T.-The Newv York Day
Book oft the 1th in4t s-iys: " Mir. Ilarper, uof
Augusta Ga., was facinnd dead in his bed, yes
te'rdayl mrinuL.nt the Astor hlotuse.- lie had
be'en auti-rinig previocusly from ae violent attack
COD M M E R C I A L,
Correspondence of the Advertiser.
1tAM31WRG, Aecorsr 23.
Co-r-ro-We leave no change toe notice ine prices.
The dleandei has ben gocod throughout the week.
Itnyers leave mect sellers freely, at full prices, and
we still qguote exircemes 84 to 11 j ets.-priciple
sales 1I j a h i ets. TVhe last report iof the general
receipts or Cotton in the peirts amoiunted to over
3,00 ,000o hales.
IIACO-The dlemand was not so good this week.
Prices arte unchelane'el, 11 i a 12 ets by the lihd.,
12 a 12.3 per 1001 lbs.
Consx-Thc gnantttity lias been cunsiderably re
duced by Specculators taking it to other Alarkets.
We still gnote 50t a 55 ets per Bushel.
Gneoccisa:s-Thie sup~plies are very hieivy and
our !er-cenets are oil'ering indiuceents to cus
Tt TuUionu S[letmg in the 4lth Division of the
Iegerfeld Association, will meet withe Redl Oak
Grove Chuerch, on Friday before the 5th Lord's
day ini August. Rev. D. D. UaussoN, to preach
tihe introductory Scemnn, at 11 o'cock, A. M1.
lBrethen t are invited to attend, anid especially
Alinistring flre.thren, as.it is expected a Protracted
Meceting will be held.
Trhe subject of discussion, Whast is a visible
Cheurcht of Cherist ande its purleose.
. . p'. GiTZEN, Mioderator.
Important to Dyspeptics !
Da. .1. S. lfocairros's PErsIN, the True Dgs
tive Fheied, or Gastric Juice, pt epaured fromn ItRNNET,
or the Fout-rit STo~iACu 0F TIlE Ox, after directions
of Baron Liso, the great P'hi~ siological Chemist,.
by J. S. Hoeugheten, M1. D., Philadelphia. See no
cc among the Advcrtisemnents.
r IlIE Exercises of the Itistitutionl will be resumed
..oin 31. .iday 30th Auguest inist..
.A,,-,t 1 3t 31
DIED, in Aiken,. July 31st, of Typhoid Fever,
51usAssAl PowELL, daughter of C. S. Powell, agtd
14 years, 3 imonthlis-md 25 days, after a protracted
iness of over two nontls, which she bore with
1he greatest fortitude. Not a murmur was heard
from her lips during this long illness.
She was from childhood a pious, affectionate and
Dbedient child, and was dearly loved by all lher as
loiates and friends. During her sickness, she ex
perienced a change of heart, and found the Saviour
precious to her soul. She frequently called upon
ier Father to pray for lher, and alts upon her step.
mother, saying that it'was she who first taught her
to pray. She said she wished to meet all her friends,
both old and young in Heaven. She said she was
perfectly willing to die.
Tivo days before her death, she called to some
friedels, and asked w hat was the day o the week.
On being told int it was Thursday, and that the
next day would be Friday, lie remarked that she
woculi not die then, but would die Saturday, on
which day Iie did di.e. At her desire Whe was
buried in the i.aptist Church yard, by the side of
her little sister. P.
Dr.na-rvI this life at the Vanelanse Fnetory, on
the 28th of March last, Mr. LEwis CLARK, in his
The subject of this notice was a member of the
Baptist Church. As an exemplary christian his
life was without reproch; and his virtues, though
shinineg in an humeble sphere, will long be treasured
by a large circle of his decendants as well as his
friends. Hie met death without fear or alarm, and
gave abundant evidence that his hope of re-union
with the departed spirits of io day, who have gone
long since to join the noble army of the skies, was
bright anl unclouded. C.
O7 Southern Baptist please copy.
DI)n. in this village, Thursday. August 12th.
CANos.:iA A.mit.r, infant daughter of Trumlian anid
Elizabeth W. Root, aged 3 months and 14 days.
" LITTLE CA RRIE."
Little Carrie's gen' to feus.
Good has call'd her spirit home
'.lid the joyous chcoirs of Ileaven
Evermore in bliss to roan!
Fairer than the drifting snowflake,
Was her darling--preciuns elay
E'en an angel ight eanr.ss'd her
As in Death's emabrace she lay.
" 0." said Afrie's sable dnghter -
"I low she'll make the harpstrings ring
Tears will make her bright wings heavy,
List-in yonder world she sings 1"
Surely, never tones fell softer
Onl* a stricken imotlier's ear,
Than did those sweet words of eomifoirt
While sie view'd that form so dear.
No riide.finger erer toneh'd her
li love's own aris borne to the tonib
Sootliig me.'mories like these,
Can hemer my darkest hwurs of gloom.
Sadly-saily we consign'd her
- Earth to earth. ail dust to dust"
Till at Jesus' second cmsiing
Thv. grave Oall yield its sacred trust.
F. W. it.
. -- FOR TI ADVERTISER.
aNIssRs EDITORS :-Allow us to noininat. through
the imedium of your paper, Col. SAxMu.L McGowEN,
for the office of Major Geiiernl, as a worthy succes
sor of our esteemed fellow citizen, Gen. M. L.
Saving known Col. Mccowr. for several years,
we can conftidently recommend him to our brother
ofliers as a gentleman of high attainmltents, atid from
his h.ng experience in niilitary affiirs in ?.lexico., as
well as in the militin in our State, ais eminently fitted
to till the high offiee of Maujor General.
Col.\lc~owzs is one of the oldest Officers in our
Drigado and perhaps in our Division,nand believing
his chus are at least equal to any other Colonel
we earnestly recommend him to the support of our
In presenting mtyself to my Brother Officers 0
the Di visiotn, as a Candidate ft.r Maior4JGenerai, I
feel assured that I have not aspired to this high
position in the Militin of the .State, withoutt somte
shadow of einm to their cotnidence and support.
ha:e for more than si~cteen year. been in Cotm
mission, and since Manrch 18-1.9, as Colontel of the
3d Regimcent. Durineg all this time my position has
been in the line. For nmy character and qualifica
ions as an Officer, I refer aith entire cot tidence to
Adjt. Gten. CArTEY, laj. Gecn. Boacn.~s and Brig.
I publish thtis C'ard as it will be impossible for mec
to cnnvass the Diviscion befoire the election.
I amn with great resp-et, &c.,
F. P'. .ION ES.
There will be l'I'H LIC BA RHBCEE, given at
Mr. ALFraS:I lIavrcuirni's Spring, on Fridiny, tlie
3rd of Septemnber next, at which the Canduidates
especially, and the citizens generally, are most res
pect fully solicited to be in attenannee.
Butler Lodge, No. 17, I, 0, 0, F
A Regular Meetiing of this Lodge
will be held on Mlonday evening next
All those in arrears are earnestly requested to
attend on or befoere niext Sale-day night, as the Rulo
of the Lodge will certninly be enforeed against them.
L EW i .JONlES, Secretary.
Atgi18 I t 31
UI:CCIJEAI), -la-Yv 19, 18'2
rpi'lI RRi(;ADIER G'ENERALS or Oflieers
1. coninandinig lBrigadles of the 1st D ivisioen
South Carolina Mlilitia, will order an eketion t' be
held in their resp~ective Brigades on Mlonday, the
27th f Septembcer next, for a .\MAJOR G ENER A L.
to till the vaenney occarsioned by the resignation of
tme Slajor General, NI. L. iloxAI.'
letrns of the result of the said election are re
quireid immediately thereafter. according to faw.
By order of thte Comucmider-in-Chief.
.J. WV. CANTEY,
A djutant and Inspector General.
gT All the patpers in the Division will publish
this order tintil the election Is over.
A ugust 25 5t 3.
7-rn R EGlIlENT. S. C. 31.)
No. 3, A1:o. 19, 1852. 5
ORDERS, NO. 1.
IN Pursunnee of orders received from Brigadier
General J. nt. W evEra, there will be an cketion
held at the Old Wells, on Mionday the 27th of
September next, for M1AJOR GEN ERAL, to fill
acancy occasioned by the resignation of Major
General .1. L. Boxe.
Colonel 7th Reg'nt, S. C. NI.
S. B. GRFrI, A dj'. 3
A ugust 255t3
2xn REGIMlENT CAVALRY,
LIBER'TY hILL, August 12, 1852.
ORDERS, NO. I.
LN obedietnce of Orders from the Commander-in
Chief, an electiont will be held ont the 27th of
epteber next, for M1AJOR GENERAL of the
~'irst Division, 8. C. MI., to till the vacancy ocen
ion of Maj. Gen. M. L. Bonntur.
Liut. Col. A. P. Butler and Mtaj. J. C. Martin
ire hereby appointed blanagers, and are required
*o open and Iold a poll at Longnuire's on the day
ubovo named, from II o'clock, A. M., to 3 o'clock,
. . .,count the vo-.es, and forthwith tensmit to
Irig. enerah G. W. G3uyton, a statement in wri
ing, showing the result of said poll.
.JOIIN F. TALBERT,
Colonel 2ud Regiment Cavalry.
Aug 25 S3 3
ST The Abbe'villc Banner will please give the -
Valuable Plantation for -sle.
T HAT Valuable PLANTATION, abou eight
. miles from Hamburg, known as the Cherokee
Pond Plantation, formerly owned by Dr. GKsI . -
It contains about seven hunalred and eightf-eiglit
(788) acres, 250 of which are cleared, the balanca
is well wooded, consisting of Black Jack, Hickory
and Pine. It possesses superior advanitages an a
publie house, it being a long established-stnd, and
situated at the junction of the Five Notch, Alartin
Town Branch I'lank Road and Main Trunk of the
Hamburg and Edgeflield Plank Road, and about a
mile below the junction of the Pine House and
Edgefield Roads. The Cherokev Pond Race.Course
is on the place, and is one of the best training Turfs
inl the linited States.
On the place are two TWO STORY DWEL
LING 110 SES, with all accessary outbuildings,
so situated that the plaee can be divided into two
plantations, with suitable buildings on each plan
The Plank Road passing through theaUndo, ofeis
great facilities for knuling wood to llamburg and
Aurusta-to any one disposed to engage iu-that
business, at rare elianee is ofiered. To an approved
purchaser it will be sold on a credit of three or. fv.eo
years. Apply to
11. A. K ENRICK, President,
ITamburg and Edgelield P. R. Company.
Iamburg, Aug 20 tf 32
Land and Negroes for Sale..
FIII E Subscriber wishing Ito move to the West
I otyers for sale his Plantation lying on the 'wa
ters of Big Creek, Edgefield District, contain'ng
four hunlred (40t) acres of .and, one hundrk-d of
which are in a high state of cultivation. The re
mninler is mostly woodland. On the premises is a
good .)wellisg House, and all necessary out-build
TEN LIKELY NECROES,
Stock of Cattle and Hogs, four Young Mules, Plai
tation Tmols, &U.
A Iso, if desired, the present year's Crop of Corn
To an approved purchser a great bargain will be.
given. Fur terms apply to the Subscriber en the
N. .--.\ll peronu indebted to the Subseriber
are earnestly requested to nake payment before-'
return day. J. L.
A ug 25 3m .32.
Land for tSale.
T IE Subscriber otters for sale his SPLENO16
TR ACT OF LAND1, lying seven iniles
North-West of Edgefield C. II., on the waters of
Duet Creek. containiincg three iundred and five
(305) acres, about 100 47f which are in eultivation,
aetd produses well. The rcminder of the Tract, is
nostly gouh Oak and llickory Woodlanl.
There ice a good Dwelling Hicise, aid all other
necessary buildings on the premises. For tercs,
&c., apply to the Subscriber at the plcee.
Aug 25 3t 32
STATE OF SOUtTH CAIROLINA.
Y 1. T. WRIGH, Esq., Ordinary of Edge.
B ield District.
Whereas, Levi McDaniel, hath applied to
me for Letters of Adtintistration, on aell and
sinnilar the goods and rhattles, rights anld cred
its of Stephent Suiti late of the District afore
These are, therefore. to cite and adionish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to he hioldeni at Edgelield Court Hlouse, on trie
6th dayt of Septemeer next, to show eanise, if any,
why thme said admiistration should not, le
Giveni undier myb leand anid seal, this the 23d
day of Aueg., inc the year of our Lord one thous
cnd eight hundred and -lifty-two, and in the e,
sevenity-sevent Ir yeacr uof Amecrk-'an Indepbudence
IIL T. WR.LI T, 0. E. D.
Ang 25 . LS 32
cy given,ihat appllicatsin will be made to
-gisaturie of So~uth 'arnlina-at its. -.
client Road Wagn. six p. -ar
together wvith Strechera, Fifth Chain and
Cover. -ihe lIarntess will be. sold either with the
waygon or separately. For termes apply to John
Huict, or the subscriber at the "Spauna Hotel."
' 4 . B~fA11AKs.
Aung25 .tf '32
A LL~ Personcs iniduhted to the Subscriber up to
the 1st oef Januaeisry hst, must mnake payment
previous to return day, to avoid ciwt.
Aug 2'2 -it 32
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMOt1N PI.EAS.
L. Sutber. .\genct,
ri Attach ment.
William li. Brannocrn.
Howard, McLecald & Cco. )
Bundly, Rosemeon & Co.
Th Siee Attachmenst.
J. J. Kennedy,
The Sae. ..Attachment.
Wilhame P. Delph, )
VIlTIERE AS, the PlainetilTh did on the first dlay
' of 31arei inistanct, tile their ] eelacrationsti
againest thme Ih-)ensdants, wvho. as it is said, is abmeint
fromc anid without the limaits of this State, and has
neither wife ncor Attorney kncownc within the samce,
u[pon whtomt a cpy of the said dcairaetioncs meigt
be served :On mottiecn elf tlr. G"aiT, 1'laeitatif's A t
torney: It is thterefocre, Ordered, Tha~t the said Dec
fedeanit do aippear and plead to the said declaratioins
within a year anid a dacy from the date of tis pub
icationi, otherwise fincal nndi absolute judgment will
teni be given and awasrded againsat him,.
TlITOS. 0. BACON, c. a. p.
Clerk's Office, March 1, 1952.
Mtarch 11 Jy 8
State of South~ Carolina,
IN CO.1~IMON PLE AS.
WV. & J. 1l1ll,
.vs. - Attachment.
W. B. irannon.)
Matheny & Bewley, Atahet
W. B. Birannon.
J. Taylor, Jr., & Co.,
Richard Campbell. 3
Dr. A. J. Creighiton, )
W. B. Brannon. -
rp3H Plainmtifi' in the above stated eases. havig
Lthiis day filed their Deeliratiotns in my O~ive
ad the D~efendatt having neither-wives nor At
torneys knowvn to reside witin the limits of thia
State'on whom a copy of said Declarations with
a rule to plead can be served tOn motion of Mr.
S-Y.5, A ttornecv for Plaintiffs: Ordered that said
Defedanits appe'ar and plead to said Dcceeertioncs
within a year aned a day frome the dato hereof, pr in
default thereof, juidgment wilh be rendered against
tem. Tlr.os. O, R ACON, c. ..
Clerk's Offiee, March 1, 1852. ]yq .9
Peach B randy.
ASUPERIOR article of PEACH! BRANDY,
Ajust thes thing fort pitting ucp Peaches. For~ salo
by HyLLINGSWORTHI &NICROLAS.
Aug 18 -tf ..- l
Teas !Teas! . !
JTUST received a choice lot of TEA8, from the
UPhiladelpheia Tea Company of a sucperior quality,
warranted~ or no sal.' lyson, Gunpowder, lntperial
and Black of every description,- Put up in stal
pack~ges, for famtcily use. For usaleby.
S. E. .BOWEBRS.