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From the Greenville Mountaiteer.
CImC's Sraxses, Sept. 8, '52.
Mt. 1DITOR:-W-e send you for publication
a Preambl and Resolutions, which were unani
mnbusly adopted at it meeting of the boarders
at Chick's Sprins, on tihe first of this inst.
The propriety of this meeting and the sub
stance of the Preamble and Resolutions, were
suggested to our guests on seeing an unjust
attaek which one of the Editors of the Edge
field Adreaiser saw fit to make on this watering
place, in a number of that paper of the 25th of
6ast montm. You will perceive, Mr. Editor, on
referring to the number of the paper above
mentione&, that the opinion which the frstidious
Editor has penned (if Chick's Springs, alnid
heralded forth to the world as of great conse
quence, is diametrically opposed to the opin
ions which the boarders of this place have ex
oressed in the Resolutions adopted by them.
They I awe not only ditiered with the gentleman
in opi.ion, but they have done us the kindness
to furrnish a list of their names for publication,
so that the public may know who they are that
differ so widely with the refined Editor. If we
are not greatly mistaken, the publie will readily
recognize the name of some, at leas', on this
list, who are as competent by age, experience
and opportunity, to judge of the essentials of
good fare .nd well kept hotels, as this Editor
who sets himself up as an epicurean judge.
We leave it to an impartial pu'lie to decide
whether he or they -re right in the opposite
conclusions to which he and they have arrived.
We believe, however, that the public will, :.s
we here do, pronounce tihe charges made
against Chick's.Springs by the aforesaid Editor,
tU'be utterly uncalled for. In truth, we had
eherished the opinion, based on the number and
great respectability of the visitors who have
frequented and remained at Chick's Springs for
several months together during several montlts
in succession, that we had kept a respectable
house; and we did not know that any one held
acontrary opinion, until the report of this very
extensive up.country traveller, in his quasi
guberv'atorial review, assured us that the author
We were,- however, somewhat surprised that
he who h:td so often appeared before a mixed
crowd, and sung negro songs and said negro
sayings fur their anmttsement, shoild turn with
such nauseated horror from thme amtusemnt
which some of the young gentlemen saw fit to
have with Gabe, the rtustce. We had rather
supposed that " Go it Gabc !" "Ilurra\ for
Gabe!" e Bet him twenty, Gabe." " Pop the
middlle man Gabe," and other such exclam~ationsf,
wouhla have sroused into full activity the Edi-,
Stor's Ethiopean talent,,instead of stinking in
WJtis very nostrils. WVe cannot explain this
reconcile his love for the one with his hate
for the other, when the two possess such a
striking similarity. If we mistake not they
will, like most men, wonder- why the Editor
did not join in exelamiming " hurrah for Gahe,"
and the like, then singr danmdy Jim, and finish by
"jumping about, turning about, and dancing
Now, we care just nothing at all for the
opinion which this Editor may entertain for us.
or any thing that appertains to us, nor will we
stop to enquire whether or not his hostility to
us mnay or may not proceed fromi a little, heart
burning, because extra atten~tion was not panid
to his highness over atnd above every body else.
WVe are assured of one fnet, that the great body
of our numerous visitors are altogether pleased
with our fare and treatment to them. and that is
ii hat we greatly desire-amid for wvhich we toil
hard. P. W. & Rt. S. CICK.
A meeting of the visitors and sojonrners at
Chiek's Springs, was this daiy called for the
pturpose of expressing to the Messrs. Chick,
(thec proprietors of the above Springs) their
entire sat isfaction at the entertainment received
whilst on visits and stav dturing the present,
and also past seasons. The meeting was com
posed of thme following gentlemen, viz:
Charles UI. Miot, J. W. W. Marshall,
J. C. Hill, W ~. F. Riuf,
WV. B. Fripp, J. A. Harvin,
George Ashford, J. C. Cook,
II. L. Jeffers, H[. C. K enriek,
J. W. Ronbinson, TI. HI. Vance,
James WVilliams, TI. C. Carson,
Drury Seumrry, D). L. Sims,
WV. 8. Beard, Tihos. L Fowler,
Rt. D. Nance, C. W. Watson,
F. R. Nance, L. C. Brown.
On motion, Mr. Charles HI. 3Miot, formerly
of the Planter's Hotel, (Charlestont,) was called
o the Chair, and Mr. J. C. uill requested to
et as secretary, when the following Preamble
nid Resolutions were presented amnd unani
WVhereas we the visitors and sojoturners, to
ether with other members of our families,
nany of us having spent months, weeks and
ays, at this delightful watering place; and
'hereas wve have noticed with profound regret
n article under the head of editorial of thme
I' the Edgeliuld Advertiser, the language mind
tyle of which strikes tus with extreme surprise ;
nd whereas we feel it not only due to the very
inad, courteous and gentlemanly proprietors.
ut also to ourscives and the community, to
mni give-expression to our views and feelings
lative to Chick's Springs as a summer resort:
Resolved, Ist. That in our opinion the purity
d healthfulness of the climate and efficacy of
e waters, are equalled by but few, and sur
ased by no watering place. It is farther our
ost candid judgement, that the accommoda
ns, such as-rooms, bedding, the- fore, and the
cellent attention- bestowed generally by the
oprietors, are seldom met with at any Hotel
watering place in the country.
Resoleed, 2d. That we mespectfully, and in i
half~ of our families,-tender our thanks to- thme
ssrs. Chick anid their most amiable ladies- for
ir very great kindness and hospitality whailst
esolred, 3d. Thiat we furthermore thus beg
ye to differ- with the antihor of the aforesaid
ide, in the opinion formed from a flying visit,
regard the expression of the same wholy
esoired, 4th. That a copy of the above
olutions be presented to the MIessrs. Chick,
making such use of them as they deem
per. C.H. MIOT, Chm'n. t
ept. ?st, l1853. b
HIE CUBAN INvADERs--'Phe Spanish ?.fn- je,
-at Washington has ealleda the attentio of h
Executive Department of the Governmentp
c new organizations that are fornming for I
her invasion of Ctuba. The Washinmgton I
spondent of the New York Courier, in p
neing the afatrm, oft the Spanish. Minister,
pain will contest the possessicon of Cuba,
is her just right to do, at every hazard, and
evrym mans of defne that can be pro.
cured by her own resources, or if need be, by
alliance with other powers. A vigorous policy.
has been ordered, and the Captain General of
the Island, in obedience to inst-uctions, under
the apprehended revolt and invasion, has direct
ed that every person taken with arms in his
hands against the authorities, shall be shot
within three hours afterwards. A frrther order
has been issued, that in case any officer should
refuse to execute the foregoittg penalty, he
shall be shot instantly for eontumacy. The
failure of our course to convict the expedition
ists engaged in the last crusade ngainst Cuba,
has not only encouraged others to repeat that
lawless enterprise, but it has created a bad n
pressin abroad as.to the nbilky of the judicial
tribunals to administer the law, in the face of a
morbid state of opinion."
EDGEPIELD, S. C.
WE DNESDAY, SEPTE31BER 15, 1852.
t7 Tut Rev. Mr. BitaumoiA., 1). D., will
preach in the Court House, at this place, on the -4th
Sunday of this month-preaching to coinucnce at
EXTENSIVE SALE OF FUIRNITUIRE.
Ws would call the attention of Ilotel keepers, and
others, to the extensive sale of Furniture to take
place in Augusta on the 28th ins-., by J. S. ItU'rcniN
sos. TI.ey will find it to their interest to attend the
sale, as all articles advertised will be disposed of.
BON. W. F. DESAUSSURE.
Os our first page this week, we have inserted a
portion of a speech made in the U. S. Senate re
cently by our worthy Senator, the Ilon. W. F. DE
SAUSSUIE. It is a manly efyurt. breathing a truly
Southern spirit throughout, and will amply repay
every reader for the small trouble of a careful peru.
Senator DESAUSSUR E has acted, during the entire
past session, with a degree of propriety and dignity
worthy of his position. Nor has ie failed to spenk
promptly and well for his State and her interests
whenever the necessity has arisen.
THE CHICKS AND OURSELVES.
Wa push several original articles aside this week,
to give place for the etyusion n% ith which Mesers. P.
W. & It. S. CuicK have honored us through the col
umns of the Greenville Mountaineer. A Preatuble
and Resolutions will also be found, appended thereto,
emanating from sundry " boarders and sojourners" at
this Southern Saratoga. " Audi alteran partem'
being one of our fixed principles, we have though
proper to publish these tasteful and talented produc
tions that all who may have been poisoned by out
brief stricture of the 25th utt. may speedily receive
the antidote and forthwith spew out the ill-effects of
our naughty dose. We choose to accompany the ptil
lication, wAith a few questions, which may or may noi
be germain to the matter.
Do not the Proprietors of Public Establishments
such as Ihotels, Watering Places &c., generally ox
pect to be spoken of in the public prints necording ti
their merits or demerits ? Is it not the universal cus.
tom of travellers, journalists el omne id genu., to giv,
their candid impressions of the comforts arid discom.
forts of the various places of public entertainmtent al
which they may have "spent months, weeks ant
days," (to use a singularly beautiful climax containet
in the Cutex Resolutions) ? Is it not right to makt
known one's dissatisfaction when he fails to obtair
the equivalent expected for any outlay of his money
When one travels to the mountains, (thle very land c
cows, cream andl buttermilk.) and stops at an hnr
wiji the comfortable idea of a nice suipper floatin,
through his brain- -arnd when, upon goinginto thi
cellar to get it, he finds his whole anticipation de,
stroyed by aged and rancid butter, (not worth 3 cent:
per pound,) does it not piake a case in point under the
last foregoing question,? -When he is indgaced to visi
finis a ten-pin alleywhtich even the CNICK Resolu
tionists would admit to be the meanest one now ex
tatnt-when, further, lie finds a piano, abounding i
villainous tones and excruciating discords. welt cal
culated (when played 'fortisaimo'). to startle Bedtlau
itself,-when such things, we repeat, are to be nutm
beredl among the brilliant attractions of the said Wa
tering place, do they not together formn anothter case
in point under our third interrogatory ? hBut we'll
ask no more questions-we are treatinit the subjec
more fully, perhaps, than it deserves. We will onl
say to each one of the Cuie Rc Iesoluitionists, " thin)
well upon each of the queries we have propoundte.
above, antd, if. afterwards, you are not readly to stiht
at your indignation flare-uap of the 8th inst., we lhar<
given some of you more credit for enlightened candol
than you .deserve.
As to the Messrs. CiumCx thiemselves, no one wht
knows us will suppose for a moment that we designed
to injure them. WVe sponke of themt as " clever"~ mn,
(in the American sense of thc word of course.) and
expressed our surprise at what we then conasidered
undesigned negligence more thani arty thing else.
That we did not entertain a high opinion of their es.
tablishamernt, and that we dto ntot now, (Chias. Miot &
Co. to the contrary notwithstanding.) isperhiaps om
misfortune ; bitt we are certainty conscientious about
the matter. What earthly interest have we to be
Had our 'squib' about " Citr's Spirings" heer
mect in the candid, but good-htumored ail even joucose
style which characterised it, we shonid hare said at
more upou the subject. But, scowled upon. as it hiai
been, by the " gratnd, gto:my arid pecuiliaer" friuwns of
some score of "sojourners," who seem to hare tin.
dertaken the championship of " Cntca's," andI de
nounced with all the fire arnd vehemence of insulted
Tirtue by the Proprietors themselves, we must needa
come to the conclusion that there must hiave been a
deal of truth in the little picture we so hturriedly and
carelessly drew of Cntcx comforts antI amusements.
And, to conclude, we have at our finiger's end, ready
to produce, if required, the names of gentletnen
enough to make a complete set off to the~ formtidalude~
attestatioin of the Cn icix committee, who coucur, in
toto, with our notions of this far-famed Spa.
OUR SCilO0LS RE-0PENED,
ON Monday larst both of our large anti flourishin
Female Academies were re-opcned with full numbers
in attendance. Already, from this cause, tias our
town assumed an appearance of life andt animation
which it has not worn for weeks. We greet all the
girls back to their studies with a hearty welcome;
and would urge them to take advantage of this fine.
bracing Fall weather and apply themselves, like am-t
bitious students, to the acquisition of knowrledge,
while young. Let them rest assured it is the main
season of improvement with themn, tunless they expect
to remain old maids andl become blue-stockings into
the bargain. All the girls at our schools, however,
expect to get married some day. Nowv we do not
mean to say that there are no chances of mental cul
Lure for the fair sex after marriage. But, conipared
with the advantages of men, they are certainly limit
ad. This will appear as a self-evident pEoposition to
every girl who will contrast for a moment the widely
lifyerent employments of her father and mother, arid
wilt bear in mind the thousand atnd one distracting lit
le duties which annoy and take up the whole atten
ion of the latter. We thterefore say to the girls, now is
he time for you to adorn your minds with all the in
brmation within your grasp-to gather tasteful flow
rn of literature wherewith to beautify some fuature
:oarespondence, or, it may be, to add a britliancy
otherwise unattainable) to your career as a belle-to
tore away gems of truth in memory's lock-up, wvtii
ome will draw fortir at some coming dauy to charm
he social coaverse of domestic retirement-to
trengthen your intellects by application and to im
ue yourselves thoroaghly with sound and trthtful
iews of the importance and advantago of correct
lucation, that you may one day become dilligent
tborers in the home circle arid capable of giving a
roper direction to the tastes and talents of your
bildren, Think of these things, girls, and " make
sywhile the sues shines," or, to be a little more
" Gather ye rose-huds while ye may,
Old Time is stilt a flyinig-"~
W, to be totally unipoetical though entirely pertinent,.
" Go it while you're 'oung,
IADIIURG HERSELF AGAIN,
Fio.m a communication we present.to our.reader
to-day, signed " A GOOD SwIMMaER," it appears that
the town of Ilamburg Is rapidly shaking off the
mud of the late freshet and is ready again to leap into
the arena of commercial emulation. We sincerely
congratulate our fellow-citizens of that town upon
this improving state of affairs among them. And we
regret that any one, he he a " good" or a bad "swim
mer," should even seem to advance the idea that we
exaggerated the injury to Ihamburg from any th'ing
approaching to wantonness or carelessness. Our in
formation was derived from what we regarded very
good authority, and not magnified one whit. In fact,
we find, upon examination, that the " Iamburg Re
publican" and the " Augusta Constitutionalist" (both
on the very scene of action) told almost identically the
same lugubrious tale of woe as did we. But about
this we care nothing and will say no more.
We are well pleased to hear through " A GOOD
Swimmuva," that the damages, he they greater of
smaller than we represented then to be, are being
repaired with so much spirit and activity. We are
pleased to know that our Iiamburg Merchants are
preparing, like men, fur a large Fall Trade, nothing
daunted by their recent disasters. And we wish for
them abundant success. We have, indeed, but little
dotibi of their achieving it to their heart's content.
The 3Merchants of that town have the reputation of
being the fairest and most liberal dealers in their line;
and from long personal experience we are prepared to
say that it is a well-carned reputation. They are
contented with moderate profits upon their groceries
they give full prices for produce-and generally, this
is done readily and without compelling the planter to
run over town after a good purchase or a fair sale, as
is the case in other markets we have tried. There
are besides several causes operating, for the present
season, which are likely to draw a large portion of
the trade of Western Carolina to this long-tested
markfL. The unfortunate accidents to the Greenville
and Columbia Rail-Road will in all probability stop
much of the trade which would have gone to Colum
hia and Charlestn by that route, and continue it fur
yet another season in its old channel, viz, to IHam.
hurg. The Plank Road being completed to the Pine
Iinse. (twenty miles above Ilamburg.) will also be
another inducenent to those of our planters who are
in the habit of hauling their own produce with their
Sina teams. These circumstances, added to the fact
of which our correspondent speaks so confidently,
(we mean the unusually full supplies on hand in that
market this season.) will, we believe, ensure to the
men of busincss there a rich harvest instead of the
" winter of discontent" so sagely predicted by many.
We hope our brethren of the Press in the up-coun
try will notice these inducements to trade with Ham.
burg, and suggest to their friends and subscribers the
propriety of giviig her one more benefit in full. They
witt be shown tlat she is still in statu quo, and before
the winter passes, they may find it to their advantage
to continue their favors towards her for years to come.
COMMEND US TO TIlE GOOD, GENEROUS ATM
WE cheerfully give place to the following note jusi
received troni a gentleman of IIamhurg. It make
hionoralMe tuention of oilier services rendered during
the late Flood. which we had not alluded to fron ig
norance of tie facts:
Mi:ssas. EtToas :-!n your list issue I notice o
very appropriate allusion to the eflicient services ren
dere-d hby Mr. LAMA. amid the Messrs. lorv, to oui
ciaitize-ts during the recent itiindatiion of our town
While we eommend the acts of those gentlemer
nuined, we cain mention the names of CnARL.I
I IIA.ttS11t,. Capt. A. J. JlAiAtoND. SASTUEL rtow
niutur, It 4. V uta and E. N. Fov, all of whor
are alike entitled to the enmmendation of the public
and the gratitude of our citizens.
WELL CONCEIVED AND WELL SAID.
Is an obscure corner of the last Greenville -ifounn
* ainee'r, we observe (among advertisements!) a brie
addlress to the Candidates for the JA-gilature by on'
pusition (in view of its style and subject-matter.) ye
ther aeoneL orAwthought ther qepieoful coat
-ceived and so well expressed that we have thoughti
but rigle to extract them with a word or two o
wholesome truth forcibly dehinieated in a few words
" A man will be what his most cherished feeling,
are. If he encourage-s a noble gprnerosity, everl
feeling will be enriched by it. -If Ihe indiulges bittet
arid eniveinimed thotights, his own spirit .will absorl
the poison, anid he will crawl aimong men as a hur
uishecd adder, whose life is mnischie f, and whose er
rand is destruction to every social virtue."
RUST IN COTTON,
WE learn from various source. that the rust il
Ispreadling considleralhy throughout the cotton of oui
district. A serious falling off of the crop is anticipa,
tedl by mariy froam this eanuse. Anid we think it more
thatn prabable that such will be the case. A muel
gretater deterioration is generally the rer-ult of thi
disease of the cottotn plant than is supposed by nmany
Because only rte matiired hulls will make anything
of consequence after it rakes place, and of these the
stapale is rende-red very light, causing a most indiffer
ciii turn ait in proporntioni to thre hulk in the seed.
Inthiscnnex iotn we ma ment:ion that, fronm letteri
received lay somena of our acqutaintances fromn AIlabatmt
sad Florida, we gather that the Hloll Worm anal the
Army Waarm are tanking theair ravages in the formet
state, while the Catte'rpillar is nut work in the latter.
Wr. wish we knew of something upon whiich ta
exercise oulr scibigpoese; butruth to sy
we know of nothing. We are eraiphatically " hard]
rain" for a paragraph. Trhere stands our devil with
that terrible query upon his lips, "tiny copy this
tmorninag ?1" And here wye sit, tunable to give ani~
thing like an aflirmatrive answer. Trhe only thing we
co-nn do is to grunt forth ant ambiguoaus " anmph!" anal
go through the motions of writing as sedutloausly its
Iposaiblle. This is no very ple'asant occulpation as anay
one but " Fannty Fern" waould admit ; anid "confound
her infernal pieter,"m as sand-haill Dave Josoin
" Any -opyv this morning !" again exclaaims out
imp, interrupinug us with soewhiat increasing relie
"Certainly," wre reply wtith decepening vexation
"copay enonugh in goodl time, if you will exercise
soame small dlegraeeaof patience---dont you see me as
baisy as a hen upon a dung-hiill I"
."Well, scratch ouit your grub-worms quick, for the
nress can'it wait."
This was haurd to take; hut we thouight it would be
the betuer palin to hodld in our wrath and struggle on
to the end of one short chapter with the spairit and
pe'rseverance of an inftuuated Saluda gold-digger.
Anad so we mterely took time to exclaim, " what sort
of matter do you want 1"
" We want sonmethinig new, " ob course," returned
our youaag Diavnalo with startling rapidity."
" Something no"w, rair! Doin't you read in Solomon
that there's nothing new untder the stin I"
" When I reads W9olomon, I reads Solomon-and
when I comes for copy, I comes for copy," rejoined
he with arch nmaliciousnoss.
It was too miuch to hear-we bounced from oar
scat-first thought of kicking the imnp into the back
yard-concluded as quickly not to be so spiteful
returned for an instant merely to write these last
words, " Gone glim'ring" &c.
ADNDUMow ay -rnE DEvit.-And he was gone,
sure enougha, like a shooting star. Who would be an
Editor when lhe could be a Devil?
ACCIDENT ON TUIE RAILJioAD.-The Hamburg
tratin c-tming down yesherday3, was Ihrownt oIT
the track at otte o'clock, eighit miles from
Charleston by the givinig way of a culvert which
had been imperceptibly undermined by thie
heavy rains of Ttiesdaty night and yesterday
Nonec of te passoengers were hurt, beyond a
fe-w slinght bruises; but an uncommonly'smatrt
aind inte7lligenit cotlored lad, in the emplo'y of the
comapanyi, named Elsey or Doelor Elsey-, s he
was commnotnly called, wats killed, Hie wvas
standing on the platform at the break atid was
crushed int the conceussion of Ihte cars.
The mail and ba~ggage ears we-ro badly dam
nged anid one of Ihae passenger cars injured-theo
two othier passenger cars were unhutrt. The
nigitne and tende-r is thrown on its side attd aI
god deal injured probably. A part of thle pas
snggra wero se-nt briek to Nutmmervill e, the
others with thre mails reached Chtarlestoni about
half past five p. mn.
Theo passengers and mail-s will be carried
through to-day as usual.-Charrleston Moreury,
IIAMBiURG Sept. *1.182
MEssas. EDrrons:=-I o your-list issue a
most deplorable account o -t e destruction of pro
perty in our town, by the recnt dissitrous freshet.
Indeed we knew not how eriously we were in
jured, by this terrible drenshiig, until our friends
from the country told the 'jd tatle of woe," nor
were we conscious of our ruied and destitute con
dition till the " Advertiser' made its 'appearance,
swelling the funeral anthem.,
'Tis true amburg sustai d very heavy losses,
but I ami happy to inform you that she is inl a much
better condition than was at first supposed, and not
Sthat imaginary wreck of ru so wofully described
by your informant. Our st eets were by no means
badly cut up by the whirlingflood. And the losses
sustained by our merchantsimfall far short of first
estimntes. I was this morning conversing with a
number of merehantwsanilMjurving nmen. upon the
subject of the freshet and tlie probable loss, inl that
aggregate, to the town, andtAer the amost-extrava
gant estimates of individualssM e we arrived at the
gratifying conlusion that $ 000 would cover the
entire loss, and fully reimbnle every citizen. And
this, I am satisfied, is near correct estimate. So
you see we are not so ma fly injured but tihait
we can soon recover, and *gamn give evideico of
life and vi.or.
Through the indefatigib labors of the proper
authorities, the town is un rgoing a thorough sys
teme of cleansing and fumiotion, while the mier
chants are busily engaged in the process of walm
ing out their store-houses, replacing old stoeks, and
preparing for the reception .f new stocks ; and in a
few days the Herculean teak of renovating will
have been accomplished, and Hamburg will be her
self again ; ready for the pqremase of all manner of
produce, and fully preparedio furnish the Planter,
" at the lowest market pri with pvery article he
may desire in their hie of asmess. I understand
tha-it they, the nerchants, have laid inl unusually
firge stocks for the Fall trade, which will enable
them to supply, not only tlheir old and familiar cus
toners, but all who may-bo compelled, in conse
quence of the destruction-of a portion of the
Greenville and Colunmbia7Road, or otherwise, to
visit us during the season.1;So. you may tell one
and all to conie on ; they.ifnd Hamburg stanmd -
ing on terra firina, presen ng the liveliest prospect
of busintss, full of trade, er to ptrebase and
anxious to sell. .
In your notice of the fr iet, and distress occa
sioned by the madened element in our town, you
were pleaed to appropriatela. lshort paragraph in
commendation of the invabable services rend-.-red
by our esteenmed neighbLT, ANDREW HAMitOD
anal RosEar J. IuPrLCa To these gentlemen
lIaniborg is certaiznly under a Listing debt of grati
tilde. The former camte with his hands and two
large bateauts and worked uncensingly from tie
rising of the sun on Sunday iorning until the wet
ters led abated, aid to my knowledge relieved
many persons who were in :imniinent danger, and
might have perished in the angry flood ; nor was
lie slow in furnishing water and provisions to those
who were unable to help themselves. Mr. Ber.v.n
perfornied like service, and they both deserve the
highmost commendation, ndn'"ibe gratitude of the
people of Hamburg. Wieare also indebted to
Tiuos. G. I.AMAR, who ca up.on Satum-day night,
I with his lutnds and boats, ad labored unceasingly
until Monday evening, an' o man should am
burg feel more ul, f le ,ertainly rendered
mor vice ine t -iy qo ving life, andl reliev
jing t istressed, titan aj other man who came
to our assistance. 7
I sincerely hope that.t~ three gentlemenm may
live long amnd happily ; anY that they nicay always
lhave piemnty of the " gc .things. of life." Thwy
fur on all occasionms who the unfriedly elemenmt
eneroacehes uponm upper 'stOi-ies.
Tme South Carolina Rlail-Road has been re-paired
to the Depot-Passengers are transported across
time river by manms of a large feint bottome boat, witb
very littic delaiy, amid they ~&re enabled to reachm time
Georgia Cars at the Depotjen the other side.
Thle City Council of Augustae will go rapidly to
Iwork in the reconstruction'of thme B~ridge, and it is
thought iu two weeks thiey~rifllehave ecmpleted the
work. Tours truly,
A GOOD) SWuIMMER.
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ABRTVAL OF THE ITISE STEAMER EU1ROPA.
DA LTItOR E, St-pt. 10, 1852.
The British Mail Steanmheip Eueropa aerrived at
New York this mnorning, bringicng dates from
Liverpool to the 28th, and frum Pamris andt Ilavre
to the 27th of~ Angust-three days bater.
Since the sailiing of the Amewrienn steammship
Aretic, Cottoni has inmp vred in inquir-y at Liver
pool, thmugh prices aontinue unchange'd. There
is no disposition onm the part of holders to press
sales. Sales of the three dayis, tup to l'ridaiy
night, renchied twenity-eight tloanid bailese, of
Iwhich spt-enittors tookh seven thionsnd andcm ex.
porters three thotusand bales. Imports of the
weeok, twentyfour thouseand bales.
Havas Aug25.--Sales or C:ottonm for the
wefotd tip nine thousand bales. P'ri-es
hl-wve advanced 1 a 2f., chiefly on the loewer ettual
itiles. Stock on hiand,s umer thnsand baes.
The weather wats fine. Tihe Liverpool Cern
*market wans dec11. Prime' Flour Fenrce but fir-m.
lIferior has de-clinted 3 to 6dl pe-r bil. White
Wheat 6l'. 6d. a 6s. 8d. 'Yellow Corn 28's. 6id. :a
29's. White 29's. Gd. a 30s. Provisions dtull.
Nnvatl Stores firm.
Tme town of Wasma, in Finiland, has been en
tirely destroyed by fire.
From all part's oft England, thme manutfenrinmg
aind agrieultuiral aecounts acre igihly favo-rrable.
Mr. Wber's letter relative to time Lobos Is
Imands, ha~s been severely censured by time Lonedocn
he Presuidenit orfd e ontemnples estab
lishing a strong military reserve, nmnd r-edu-ing,
the taxa~-tiomn. P'etilions contintue in favor of time
establishiment of~ en empllire.
The report of the Huingairian traitor, Georgy,
hmavinmg boeen imprisoned,, is contradicted.
THnE NEW YIORK CRYsTAL P'ALAcF.-Te
grouncd feer this structure w~as brene inc Ne-w
York on 1st instant, mtnd the bumildling will be
erected with all practienble speced. Th'e plamn
adopted is a Greek erosse with a dome over time
intersetioni. Each diameter of the cross is 365
feet long aned 149 feet broad, aned the dome is
130 feet leigh. There will be ine this bucildinig
111,000 squmare feet of spiece on time grounmd
fIcor, amid 62,000 square feet in the galleries.
It is estiriat ed tor coast $195,000. The building
is to be entirely of iron and glass, and is nE.
reaedy advertised to be open on the 2nd dlay of
May, 1853. The plane was furnished by Me'ssrs.
Carstensoni & Gileemeister.
NATnosaL F.Ao.-The following is the origi
nai resolution adoptinig the stars and stripes:
Ice Conigress, June 14, 17'77-Resoled, Thaet
the flag of the theirteen United States be thcir
teen stripes, alternately red and white; t hat tihe
Union be thmirteen 'stars, white, in a blue field,
repjresentineg a new constelation.
As new Steers were added to the Union, from
time to time, new stripees were added to time flag,
till the ctnumber had increased to fifteen or twen-.
ty. At length, about thirty years ago, time
setripes w~ere redtued by ace of Conegress to time
originael number of t hirteeni.
BULLION.-Tme amount or bulion deposited
at time United States Mint, Philatdelphmia, durieng
the tmornthe of August, has been about $2,650,
000. This is leees than usual, in cons-egienee of
time delay in time receipts fmronc' Californcia, the
Imarge shipmenit of $2,175,000 bcy the Ohmio not
hatving airriv-ed. This amounit will ruin on to thme
receipts of September, which will probabbiy be
DEATHBDED CoYFESsION.-A straniger d'tEd in
Cheeraiw ont Satumrdaiy, the 21st ultiumo, whn sta
ted before his deaeth tat lie lead tmutrdered a man
ine some part of South A-meriea. IIls said his
nnme was Youang, was a tinner by traede, acid
sai ims was fr. Ihmdpakm.
SPIRIT OF INNovATIox.-There is a
growing ilisposition on the part of a few
restless politicians in our State, to plunge
her into the wildest and most dangerous in
novatforts. Foiled, perhaps, in their efforts
to reach distinction through its legitimate
channels, but still entertaining some vague
and undefined ideas of personal aggrandize
ment, they are willing to peril the prospects,
and jeopardize the dearest interest of their
State, under the hope that anid the turbn.
lence and excitement which will ensue, they
may he thrown upon some height far above
th,-ir present elevation.
The apparent design of these disorgani
zers seems to be to restore to the dear peo
ple for whom they are all at once most
unaccountably enamored their long lost
rights, by giving them a direct voto in the
election of Electors of the President and
Vice President of the Federal Union, and
"equalizing," as they artfully term it, our
present basis of representation.
But the careful observer cannot fail to
defect the flimsy artifice, and to discover
beneath the deeper purpose of attempting
to fo: cc the State into one of the two great
parties which now distract the Union. If'
their only object was a bona fule change
in the -elcto:al svsteit, we might per.
haps be induetd to consider the question
simply as a matter of expediency, but when
we see the fell purpose of disturbing the
solemn compact entered into by the fathers
of our constitution, to preserve atd per.
petuate the integrity and unity of the State,
with the insidions design of attempting to
seduce her from her cherished principles
a strict adherence to State rights and State
polity-by holding within her grasp foderal
honors aml emoluments, we are disposed to
resist all innovations, and to invoke the aid
of the conservative Press throughout the
State, to nip at Once, and in the bud, this
paricida purpose.-Laurensville Herald.
STEAM CARRIAGE.-Tiree gentlemen of
Newark, N. J., have combined fur the construe
tion of a steamf carriage, calctilated to run on
common ronds, and designed more particularly
for the plattik road between that city and Now
I York. They fe-l confident that the enterprise
will be successful, so that an average speed of
tell miles per hour can be obtained, with a
power as econotnital as that cf horses. The
Eveniig Post eintai's a description of a simi.
lar vehicle, the floor of which is fourteen feet
from the grotind, aid the roof Can be arranged
for the accoiinodn tion of outside passengers.
I The mnchinery is inclosed within the carriage.
I and the stean ist emlitted throught a siall
aperture in sucli a nianner that horses will not
be trighteiied. The machine will be guided by
a mnian stationed behind. The working patterns,
and part of* the tmachinery for the onite to be
constructed in Newark tre completed.
T:E.svEs oF THE DEEP.-The Boston
Courier says that within a few weeks a new
efiort has been iade to explore the wreck of
, the British frignte Plumper, which was suik
near Dipper larbor, iitout half way between
lastport and Saint John, New Brunswick, with
soie seventy-five lives and from 50,000 to
$100,000 in .pecie. in 1815. The wreck lies
fort.-two feet below the rMee or the water;
is of' course much decavet nd the adventurous
explorers had to overturn ti washings of sand,
&c., which cover her some aix feet below the
bottomi They htave brought up about $220
ill Spatnish silver, mostly wholes and halves, the
action oft thte sea having tmade them lighter than
the origintal weight, antd they were blnekened as
if by powder, baving evidently becen taken from
thte magazine. Remnanits otf pistols, grape
Sshot, &c., were also brought tup, and, an a sud
neeomnpanimerit. tunny Itumatn sk ul s. The party
TarE COSDEN MUHDR.-Inl consequlence of
a decitrattioni matde by Blaise Skupintski, two
Poles it is said, fiave been arrest ed in Ne'w York
on the chatrge of hatving committed the mutrder
of the Coadent family, in Maryland. It is rtu
mnoredl that Blaise maide a statemient to sieveral
of the auithorities of Philadelphia ont the 14th
itnstant, in which lhe saiid that he and his broath.
er lived in New York with the two personis
charged with the murder. The neensed, he
says, were absent from home axt the tinie, and.
ott thir return, t heyi admitted that they' had
continitted thte fell deed. The whole story,
however, is, doubt ful.
SIcKNESS IN GEoiwtA.--The typhoid fever
prevails to an aulariming extent in thle iinterior of
Georgint. in inicolit couty, one famuily lost
tnt (of its mteimb[ers.
Pr.nrEreutr. Moros.--It is said that Mr. J.
Dic'kens, ofl'ieitdletont county, k~y , afler some
thiree year'sa .ttuy, itas dli-coveredn tiheprnil
of perptetual mot:ion. .4r. D. hass written on to
Congress,.an'd step< will sooan be takent to npply
it to miachtinery. ie ha~s been 'alTered as hiigh
:is five htuundred thousand dollars for his di.
covery, but will not isell.
GnEE~avftr.Er AND Cot.o.umtt.t RAlrt.Ro.u.-AVe
htave the Iest atithority, (stnys the Palmetto
X/a/c Banner of the 9.h instant,) for stating
Fthatt the loss to this Road, inetnrredl by thte late
disastrous fireshet, canniot exceed $50.000, and
the ntost conihdent, htope is entertauined that it
catn lbe repaired at an expense of 630,000.
FWe learn, also. thait .Judge O'Nentl left home
to attend a mteeting of the Dircctors, whtich wats
to have been heldl at Co'kesbury, on the 8th inst.
EATHnt'AKEr AT CUnA.--A great earthqnake
occurred at Santtiago de Cuba on the 1 0th tulti
mto, e'nnsing a terrible destruction of property.
All the' houtses we're more or less iinjured, and tie
city i< bloceked up with fallen biilhintgs. Thtree:
shtoeks were expe'rieniced in the coutrse of a few
houra. aind any others followed diurintg the
next two days.
CAno.LIA Oirivvs.-We received vest erdar
fromt .\r. R o'ert Chisohin, of iHenufori', a botth'e
otf chice (.lives, griwnt by htimt. They are oft
rich ftlavor anid good size, aitd will emitnre
fatioraly wit h thte imtpor.ed. J'Tey prove, be.
yond doutbt, the eapaeity of or soil and
clinmate for thteir sutccesrful ctutre.
EXCITEM1ENT AT llAIFAx.-The citizens of
IIlifaix arie greatly exeited at the report thtat thte
Fishiery question is abot being settled in a
mannter contrary to thteir wishes, and1( have held
a mteeting at wvhich it wats resolved to petition
the Queen oif Great Briitatin and pray her that
the Govertttment lhe directed to suspend thte ne
gotiationts on thte subject.
A utr., has, it is said, beei inttroduced in
the Canandiant Parliamentt to introduce a bill
to restratin anty priest or other minieter of
religion from interf'ering in elections.
Rubbing watrts with solid potash will
effecttually remove them.
Correspondence of the Advertiser.
1[A MlitRG, Sr~r-r. 13.
Corros.-A t the miaking up of ouir report of last
week. ottr mai~rket waus quite brisk with an upwat d
tendeney-durintg the week we received advices
front Liverpool tip to the 28th August, which stim
nitnteid outr buyer. to advance i to 4e. We htave
received some I8 bales of the new crop, which wia
sold at II to 11j cents. We quote extremte 9 to
11 i cents.
Our merchants in atnticipatio)n of a hteavy Fall bu
sitess, are supphying thtemselves ith larger ad
better seced stock~s thtan they have tusually had,
and are of'ering intducmentts to the farmers to come
We state, for the information of those who may
wish to visit thtis ptnee, that they need not enter
tain fears as to the health of the place; the town
has ee thoroughly clcansted since tthe inundatiotn.
-- Important to Dyspeptis !
Di. J. S. H1oUoll'To' Parsz3, the True Diges
tive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, prepared from Rzuz-r
or the Foua-rui STOMACH OF THE Ox, after directions
of liaron Lianio, the great Ph, siological Chemist
by J. S: Houghton, h..D., Philadelphia. See no
tice among the Advertisenients.
Butler Lodge, No, 17, I. 0, 0, F
A Regular Meeting of this Lodge
will be held on Monday evening next
All those in arrears are earnestly requested to
attend on or before next Sale-day niight, as the Rule
of the Lolge will certninly be enforced against them.
LE%4s JONES, Secretary.
Sept 9 it33
To Managers of Election,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.
I TIOS. G. BACON, Clerk of said Court, in
, pursuance of the directiuns of the Act of the
Legislature, in such cases made and provided, do
hereby give notice that an Eletion for TAX C'OL
LECTOR for Edgefield Distiret. %ill be held on
see,miid Molndv in October next, at the usual places
of eleetion throughout the said District.
Witntess ny hanl, at Edgethild Court Iouse, this
the 9th Sept., 1852.
TIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Sept 15 4 35
Drugs and Medicines.
IA.\lBURG, S. C.
I"ll K Undersigned . ould respeetfully inform him
friends and the public generally, that notwith
standing the late disastrous freshet, he is now re
eeiving and will contiluc to receive, a very select
Together with such articles as are usually kept in
his line of- business, and is furthermore dletermined
to sell ni low as uny other estabisliment here
or in A uguta. I lis stock will eonsipt tof the purest
and best .\lEDICIN ES, C11EMICAl.S, &c., &C.,
French and English.
Lamp, Tanners, Linseed, Neatsfoot,
Sweet and Lamp Oils,
(ALL WAR.:A.Tw m PVae,)
A. J. CREIGlTON.
N. B.-Those indeLted to the above who know
they are slow, will please CALL AND SET-LIE their
accounts, as iy losses in th.- recent freslet have
been such as to cuompel mie to issue this request.
A. J. C.
Sept. 10 3m 35
Fall Goods and Groceries!
h AMBURG, S. C.
rpI.E Underigned takes this opportunity of re
- turning his ncknowledgments to his friends
for the patro:.nge heretofore given hint in the G RO
CERY and CO'TTON Business, anud to inform
themn that he has now on hand a very large Stock of
GROCERIES & HEAVY GOODS,
comprising nearly every article that is usually kept
in Grocery Stores.
I laving taken great pains to lay in his Stock of
cloice arti-les expresply for Planters' trade, he flat
ters himself that satiafaction will be given in all
cases, both as to articles and prices.
To enable him to disphy his heavy Stock and to
carry on business more- advantageously, he has
removed to the large Store on the Corner of Main
street, immediately opposite Mr. .OslAl Stst.xy's
where he invites persons wishing to sake purcha
ses or to sell proue, to give him:, a call.
rr' A heavy 8tock will be kept up aand the high
est markat prices p~aid for Caton and Flour du
rinlg the season. B. S. I)UNBA R.
Sept 15 . 4t 35
B. S. DUNBAR,
HAMBURG, S. C.
. AS just received and. offers -fore uule on ae
500 Pieces GUNNY B AGGING,
300t Pieces DUiND E E
500 Lbs Hagginc TWINE,
200 ('oils Hale ROPEB.
30 Itales Brown SIIIR TINGS, assorted,
50 hlhds Chosice BA CON,
50 " SUG AR. assorted ,
25 Barrels Crtuxbed S l'GA RS,
10 " Loaf "
200 Bags RIO COFFE E.
50 Jllis W. I. MOL ASSES,
300 Ke's NA 11LS, amortvd,
50 Barrrls M.ACK ERkE .,
51100 1.hs. W lIT E LR.I D,
25 liarrels LI N SE ED andi T R.IN OI L,
2100 Bloxes L ASS,
lO0t0 Sncks SA LT,
25 Tonis IRON. soorted,
L EA'TIIER, SHOES, tL A NKETS5 and all other
articles usually kept by Grocers.
Sept 15 4It 35
Chapmnan's Cotton Gins!
. T E still make these best of COTTON GINS.
at siur odld stand. We warrant them to give
stisfaction., wvhich. they~ never fail to do.
All orders thankiully reeived and promptly at
P'ersons who find it more convenient will please
inquire of Sir. ILou hILLa, Edgetield C.11., who
will keep on hand one or more of these Gins for
sale. Address CIIAP'MAN & SONS,
Coleman's X Rouads, Edgefield , . C.
Sept 15 If 35
Read This and( save Cost Z
'p ilE Subascriber respectfully notifies all those
itndebted to the Firm, of Gt.ova & MATS. and
also tu himself, either by nots or open account, to
miake payment ont or before Return Day, as Jonger
indulgence eanmot be given.
W M. B. MA YS.
Sept 13 Sf 35
Ga1s~ k ins, dee'd., as Derelict, thtoss who nre in
dlebted to the estate will muake pnyment by the 1st
of .Jannary next, andl theise having demands will
present thems, propeCrly attested, by that timle.
Ordnar 'aOffceII. T. WIG lT, o. s. 0.
Ordnay' OfieSept 13. l852. 3m 35
DERSONS indebtedl to the~ Estate of Hlugh Neal,
. dee'.. are requested to make prompt pay
ment, and all those having demnands to present th~em
iammediately, properly attested.
J. & A. J1. NE.AL, Admt'rs.
sept 15 tf 35
A LL. Persons indebted to thet Estate of Jane
-i Logan, d ec'd., are requested to make immela
diate payment, andl those having demands will pre
sent thenm forthwith, properly attested according to
law. AMBROSE NIX, Adm'r.
Feb 5 12m ~ 3
A LL4 Persons indebted to the Subscriber up to
the 1st of January last, must make payment
previous to return day, to avoid cost.
Aug 22 4 4t 32
Ridge Land for Sale!
'pHlE Subscriber otfers for sale his valuable Tract
-. of Land, contatinintg Two hundred and thirty
fosur (23.4) acres, lying on both sides of Beach
Creek, tnear the Columbia Road, and adjoining lands
of Capt. R. Ward, ,James McCarty and others.
On the Tract is a good Dwelling lionse, Kitchen,
Snmoke-house, and all other necessary out-buildings,
with an excellent well of water.
One hundred and twetnty-five acres of the above
tract are cleared-nearly all fresh land, and un
dler good fences. This [and is wvell adapted to the
cultivation of Cotton, Corn and Grain.
Said Tract can he traded for on good terms, be
twveen no0w and tho last of October, but if not dis
posed of by that time, wvill be sol, at public outery,
at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday in
Novenmber next. JOHN AMACKER.
iRidge, A pril 15 Gm 13
L TL Persions indehted to the estate of Oliver
1. Towvles, are reqtuested to umake immediate pay
ment, and those having demiatnds against the anme
will render thems its pro'perly atte.stcd.
RI. M. SCU.RRY, Administratnr.
CONTINUATION OF BUSINESS,
HAMBURG, S. C.
W E the Undersigned, will continue businesm
in this place, and will proomptly attend to
the RECEIVING and FORWARDING GOODS,
Sell or Store Cotton,
BUY or SEND GOODS to order. Will keep
constantly on hand for sale,
Bagging, Rope, Sugar, Cofee, Molasses,
and all other lending articles. Will make liberal
aolvances on produce in Store. or such as may be
shipped to our frienils in Charleston or Savannah.
Our 11. L. JEFFERS will be in Charkton,
where he is cignged in Business, (see Card of
Cn1a.unns, Jar1tnas & Co.,j and for whom we
bespeak a-liberal support.
Our E. J. IW'CK1ASTER will be here aided
by competent and experienced nasistants and soli
eits a share of patronage.
We take this opportunity of returning our thanks
to our frieids and the public for their very liberal
JEFFERS, COTHRAN & CO.
Sept. 13 5d2n 35,
IT will be seen front the Carl of CnAMsBERs, J.r
FEas & Co.. that I have connected iizyVoelf with
that tirm for the purpose (of carrping on a gereralt.
Factorage & Commission Business,
in Charleston, where I shall-give my personal at
tention#1 to bui~inss.
Front mly long experience in business in this
plaee andl a genteral neqnaintance with the custom
and wants of the eomntry, and an untiring devotiou
to the interests of frientds, I hope to merit and ru
erive a :ill share of patronage.
In leaving Ilatburg, I cannot think or feel that
bid adieu to my frienols. among whom I have been
raisel, and for whoi I have lotig done iore or less
business. I Aball still be in Carolina. and a Caro
linian. and will be in Charleston, where I can serve
you to, great adlvantage. and respectfully solicit yoor
orders to CIAMBERN. . JEPmiss4 & Co., while I momt
cordially return my thanks for all past favors, -at
ronage and confidenee.
IL. L. JEFFERS.
Hamburg, Sept 13, 1852.
IT ALL Cotton or Prodttec intended for. on,
shipped doown the Savannalh River by way of Canal
to A uusta, will be ftorwarded to us, at Charleston,
free of charge s, exepiot drayage.
CIIAMIJERS,- EFFERS & CO.
Sept 13 5d-im 3
If.1M. URG, S. C.
T H Undersigned takes this opportunity of re
turning thanks to his frienls foor the patro'nags
heretofore so liberally extended to, hin', and to in
forni them find the puhlie generally. that he con
tinues the WA RE-11OUSE and COMM111S.ON
BU SIN ESS, at the
Water Proof Ware-House,
formerly occupiel by .SusLy & U'suirs.aand the past
year by hiniself.
The'lhcation and convenience of this Ware
Hootuse gives it supterior eliims to patronage, but
what shonld tot be overlooked by Planters, is the
fact that it is entirely
Out of Danger of High Water,
-tile late uhiprecelented and disastrons freshet not
having reached the floor upon which all Cottons
The Undersigneo having haol tnneh experience
in the busines. and inti.nding to) devote his entire
attention to the STORING and SELLING. of
Cotton and other country produee, latters hitmslf
that lie will be enabled to give satisfaction to eus
tomers. ' - .I
IHis charges will be governed by the usages of .o
(1T' Oroders foor Merchiandi.estrietly attendato.
nnd reasunable advances indoe .on produce;wben ~
desired. C. WILLIAhl%.AGL T.
Sept 13 .i 4t . 5 -.
OF TIlE SOUThl CAROLINA INSTITU .,
F~OR the promiotion ofC Arts. htecchanical Inge
'tnity anod lndustry, and Agrienbiurali pursuits.
Thle Foourth Atinutal Fair oof this Iustitute will be
heldl in C:hark-stoon, s. C., commtteing ion MON
I )A Y, 15th sof November next, and continute open
dunritng the week.
Ji is expectedl thtat the openintg addohess will be
dlelivereod by the lion. Pwuaar. Sera. and an Ag
rieuhlural address by Etuls.N RiA-cia, Esq1., of Vir
Speocimeins in every~ htenneh ~of Mecha.nism. Art
atno idutstry, also of Coottonl iio. Sugar. Toobneco,
and all oilier agriculturail prodnects-l bortes, ('atle,
Shieep atnd Swineo., aire soicited, for which suitable
premliimtsi-ill be awnroel.
To the Landies' wcork, wohich hasit contributed so
much to the snteerss o~f thle Intstitte at. all of its Ex
htibitiotns, the Commaitiitee htave beeni spoeciahly charged,
antd suitable atnd apphropriate premtiumts will be
awardedo to the beost spe-cini' its itt eve-ry oe l-aitment.
T'he Boarod tof Diretorts oof this Itostitute feel great
pheneuire ini annifonnieing~ to its numertouts friendis and
mnemiberso the triumph~olant success so hiteb has thtus
far aittendled their eienvoors to awnoro thte Soouthi
erni States to their trite inteoresto in dlive-rify ig the-ir
labor, eticouragittg t hoir ownt Slechaaies and de
velooping thesir reources, aond the iloardl have no
dooibt that theo enening Exhiihitiont will convince all
who mtay attetnd it, that the etoorgs whlich this Insti
tute ha's tmadle for the last three years. have not bee-n
Ithtrowen away, but fully appreciated throughout the
Persotns decsiring to exibit artiebo a at the ensuing
Fair wll plaoadress L. Ml. l!A-rcu, Esq , Chair- -
ma cCmite o~f A rrangements. aut as early a day
ast puossible, so that sittbihe preparations mayl3 be
matde and all articles eehibiited to uhie best advanitage.
W.. l.A WTO)N. P'residle nt.
W.\l K IRK WOOh), 1st Vice Presid't.
JOS5. W A LKI K R, 2d do do
WV. G. DFSUASSU'lEE. Secretaory.
L4. A. ED.\ONSTON, Treaisurer.
Directors.-J. 11. TA vr.on, G. N. R rtvasotns, jr.,
r, 5 lA-rct, E WI Eocatr.-ros, III VI W.at , C T
RIctuAsnsoN, K .J Po-'citR. C P (ARR, wM I.EssY,
IlExatr Costa, E C .Joyyto. P N Mlcisrosn.
.JA.\IFS iL. TAYl.OR,
Chairmlan Coitn. Correspoondenice.
Junne 22 tf 23
P RO F. A. C. B A RRY'S
OR MEDICATED COMPOUND,
I NFAI.IllLEK for renewintg, invigormating anod
beautifying thc laI.I , remioving the Scurf,
D~anodrut, andl all affectionis of the Scalp, andl curing
erupltions on the Skin, disenses of the G;lands, nuns
ches anid iintegumaenits, and relievinog Stitngs, Cuts,
lruioses, Sprains, &c. WIith thlis preparation
-there is no such wordl as fail." Tile first jour.
nals in Amierieanimedicinial nien of the highest emi
nenee. prc.nminent citizents of nll professicins, anod ha
oies who have used it for years in their dressing
rooms and nurseries, aodmait with one accord, that
for imiparting vigor, gloss, luxuriance and curl to
the hair, cradicatitng scurf and dandioruff, healing
woundit, eurinig contusionst, sprainas, stigs, &c.,
anid relieving dliseases ouf the skin, the glands and
the muscles, it has no eriual, among the musltitud.
of comtpoutnds advertised in the public prints, ow
used in private practic.
In cheapness as well as efficacy, Barny's Tri
copherous is utnrivalled. Thte ininense cash sales
of the article have enabled the invento~r to mupply
it at retail, at 25 cnts per~ bottle, wvhich is from 50
to 100 p'er centt. loss than the price of any other
preparatio~n for the hair now in tise. The seientille
treatise on the hair anid the skin, (embracing valu
able directioons for the culture and preservation of
Nature's choicest ornamneut.) in which each botl
is enelosed..is aloine worth the money.
Sold. ini large bottles. price 25 eeits, at the prin
eipal office, 137 Brondway, New-York ;and by
the princeip:d Alerehiants andi Drnggists throughout
the United States and Caniada, andl by
G. L.. PENN, Aoznr.
Septi 1 _____ -It 3
A FINE Stock of Pure Sperm CANDLE.S,
LIAdamiantine, Star, Itutll & Son's-a superior
artiole of Starch, blue and whlite,- Soap of every
description. Turpentine, Catoteel. Fanm'dy, & Toilette.
Also, Wooden Ware, Churnls, Buckets, Tubs,
Brooms, &o., of all descriptions.
S. E. BOWERS.
Tlamburg. A pril 2l tf
A ST'PERIOR article of PE.\Ci BR.\NDY,
ZI just the thing foor ptuting up Peaches. For salo
by HOI~l.INGSWORTIl & N!CiQL AS.