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'Im: .lowi)d beautifu lites are fronr the lien of
on", nho'ir life, uras.*ell known and lhighly esteeni
ed by many in this dieinity.
. N'.1OUNT' VIlTAGE."
B-rF T LIr Dii. .. G. 'wuon-rTER'.
A midst a thousand pi6s, around him laid,
bdouttt Vintage rears, in pride, his verdant ibhd
Cool round his brow the sunimer brccves 1 i ,,
And winter's suni pours f~ rtlh a gt-ial ray.
Siring, sweetly smiling, opes her :holltllwrs
A na Ceres etr.es enrich autuiibfhours.
Chi: of thu dlaIs, through Edgcfields tlow 'ry sfildi,
]low rich a feast thy vari'aus 'hi rs' t yields;'
A richer fe-st than, on Olyisin lbihts,
Th'l inn .nhi.1:depalaty' of the ods alelirhlyis
l'o:ona t-.azds the btu'with cheerful are,
And 1lace's all of uatur lf 'ries there.
And 1 iii pou ;forth in shepherd strains
A reedialf nutsiC t8-ti ist'ning ptiins.
Late 't h1lturing itame the shepherd god,
And here, with freedom fix'd h:s lat abode.
A l'riest-and Priestess, from a foreign lad,
W1itlh cleerfut luiness at.his altar stand
With iiberal-hands th.ir votive ofl'rings brin;,
Whip setigs of freedom through his temple ring ;
Their pray'r that frot the.ills their fathers eo,
Columbia's si.il may be forever free.
Around thy sides, O, Vintage, could I roan',
There's. uontght on earth should teingt te fiom3 mty
how sweet with light to leave the sluggard's bed
And dash the dews that weeping night has shed
To watch the ruddy morning's blushing face,
The joyous feel;ngs u'er her features trace ;
To see the beauteous forms by nature giv'n,
And hear the grateful songs she sends to heav'n,
f low sweet, on ev'nin-'s still' and silent hour,
To yiel. the soul to calm reflection's power -
i;encath a shady oak, in some scquster'd spot,
WVhere this world's stortmy seems are all forgot.
W by, llreighthaupt, art-thou blind to nature's smies,
And seCek't thy joys.in hrtrigu'slegal wil!s?
Let S-- :Imi others-weave their own tinesso,
Do you sit here with innocence and ple-.
Let morning rouse thc.fron thy dull reposo
To catch the blush of beauty as it glows,
And when thy limbs grow tfiint with summer heat,
By some cool rippling streanlet take thy seat
And ,t hen its murpmurs soothe thy soul to rest,.
And still the stormy passions of thy breast,
Dream that Iavinia gleans thy harvest fields,
With grateful heart for all thy bounty yieh!s,
Or in the stream's cool bosom just below,
.Some Mlusidora bathes her limbs of snow;
At cv'ning list to thy own sbepherd's strains,
While o'er thy flocks a peaceful silence rt igns ;
Or go and weep in twilight's sacred gloom,
With itouttrning genius o'er her Yanecy's tomb.
Long shall she weep, ere such a brilliant gem
Again shall glitter in her diadem..
Adieu, proud llill-accept a muse's strain,
Whose notes, perh;ps,.thou ne'er shalt here again
'Twas hospitality that strang the ly"re
A theme most worthy old A pollo's fire.
Long nmy this princely virtue, blooming bright,
Adl daily honrors to its liuvorite site
Attusta, Ga., 182'2. Jlorres.
.tmout 1 o'clock Saturday Imurnintr, a fire
breke ontt int the Lier Stbe on Ellis street.
orentied by Wmn. A.'\leCmonnell, which wtas
ipeedily co:,~tnmed. Them~. dwelling-huse of the
samte gt-ut leman. on Greenc-stree.t, ini the rear,
was tn eminentt dantger for' somte time, biut was
saved by great exe:rtion. This property wa':s
owned by S. II. Wa~rrent, Esqj.,:mda intsured to
the utount of $ 1r-l00.
From~ the stable of McConnell the fliumes ex
tended eastwatrdly to the corner of \nshington
street, andt up Wo~ishintgton towatrds Greette
street, coIutmng i t thmeir p t:h the sinigle dwe'l
ling-hun-e :mid stor', occupied by' George Wel
l;ue, and own tted byE ibr, (insuired for
80-i)):) a large two story house. corner of' Wat.,h
ingtoni and Ellis streets, owned by the e.,ate
- - of the late Li Mealing, (insured for 8:.0.
anad ocnpied by .George Johnson ats a Boarditng
llout'e .mdu Store;( and'. the newv dl welling-hloutse
mn Wa.,hingtoin--:reet, ownedl by D)r. Jolsephl A.
E've, an~d 0cen ie td by Dr. Walhon; upon which.
we regret to le..rn,. there was no) insutrantce.
Tlhe .it.'~ of Dr. Ie ~Cwas idko conisumited, (no
inster:.nlee.) lhere, Ifo t o:::ately, thle thanems wetre ar
res ted. 1: wIVs fon d, ho~wever, lhat the wind
hia. c::rri..d th ., p trks :m d butring ein~ders across
toward.,~ Uroad st reet, settn lire Io au hlarg
d we! i'tg-hou~se on the nor!th .5id ot El is ,t reet.
s'wned by .\l r..J. s. IIlubbrird. Th'Iis building was
sLs,o entii lv con., n:ied. Inisured for 8:#ti.
W\*hen thta :;larmn was firi-t g'iven,the wind wats
boigarongly, :ni grea:t tear s were enter
tai::d' tlnt the coi:.rationm conill not be con
trodlled. fortutnately hml~veler, the wind lulled
oo :after the lire broke ot. and by. the grea.t
::rii:, of our enei rge tic F'ire D)epr:meintt, aid
d-,-ery e:ieient tlib our 11:3amburmg rneighlbors.
a.d tn'he'poeriful Water Enginte of 31 r. C. A.
'atthe ravaeCs oft thle dest roetire element
wetre kept withinu t he bouitnds indicated ablove.
T1he wede lo'.s of1 proaperty' mayti be .af'ely e'
timte~id att fronm.1.5.000 to 8-3),000i, up~ontWI whi
there was, so far:.s w~e can heart., but from .8000
to .,VJi inurance.
WVe regret to learn that. in addition to the
loss of mueh other valuaible property ini the
s,:bie of 3I1r. Mc(:onnetlh. five hoirses anrma one
mnule were burned to death-all e'lforts 30 save
them't being ineffctht tnul, so rapid was the spread
of the thaes-Atngusta Chrontiele & Senttinel
FTE IN NEW YOBK
A desp-t. datted New York, Jatnary' 8. states
that ai ti:re broke' ont that mornting in the 31etro
peolitanm i10l1, by whiebl, in thme space of' two hioulrs,
irtatmllen building and the new en r l
fotdhotel, callhed the La Farmige lintel, were
enttirely de.,:rovert Thmethotel, whtie:u was~ not
. y'et ocnpied, was pro-baebly the tmost cosi ly int
the city~, fhaving ai large front on b'roadwaty and
extendin:g back to 31ereur street. Th'le luass is
NI, bilding~s were .burnt other thtan the Lat
F'arze iloutse antd Me: ropilitant lIalb '1Tte root'
of'aframre bnilding on Mercer st ree:. way'ernashed
in by the falling of the reatr wa'lzl of the -hotl
and several other buildings were scorcd.
Nothing btut the walls of' the hotel were left
which we'ure levelled by 'te firemen. TJhe hotel
wa~s leased by Charkrs Waight1, and f'urtnishmed
eti re, atnd was5 to hatve been opened in a few
dae us. Nearly all the furtniture was bturrt or
o:iierwaise destroyed. T1hec tire oriitnated itn thme,
Net ropolitiont litall, whtere Julhen was prtepat'rig.
for a granid dress ball.
The Lat Farge llouse was one amongst the
mnosLtnmagnific'ent houses in the cottiiry, :imd
cost oiver 8000,000O. T1he loss by thtis tire is
very he::vy, and patrtially cei vered with itnsurate
Fi.-,t-r: Rio GoArI.-E-By thme arrival of*
the .choonert Sea Dt ift att dl'estont f'romm
Brow::svit he, brinmgintg a nut~mber of passettgers
witnesses ont thle part oif the governmentt itn tile
-Filliuter trials, whlich were to commtnee in
te United States District court int Ga!veste~n ont
the 1.st inst., itnd others, the News has initelli
gence to the :25th tilt.. its fillows:
Thle v'ellow fever haid not a bated at Browns
ville ort MIatamtor'os, as we were be'foro informed
a bottt lifteeni deauths are reptorted daily' in those
TIhere is at rumnor eurret int Brownsvilht', thtat
ordersi htad b'eun reeived :Irom the Gov'ertnment,
.:.ad ing the bni irg : l.c proiposed f'ortipIeca.
Um o- ik.E G*.n i..ati :he resutlt ofth
nogetd..r, no to'i on betweeni the Amteri
e~ r ''3. t :J:::Gotr:'ns fort thei putrchase
'z.tea -s of ::e ::. c.t .h.dr., snottld be
Frt-mEM::n:: we i-ar I at .the treat ia.ntit
1.Tagromu and IBrot hers, hats breen'-et:!ed itn f.sort
T1he case w..., thi, 1:. a!Co. ;rte:. h at
bill fo itrmeI't .t T,, whot oleredl anr order
utp.,n M :.- . r er'< -w bre 'some m rerehimt s1
. htad ; - d '3e their. en-,b Drake would
,,t :-e. ''' me " . :m so the-.' went tre l~w.i1
AlTHUR SIMKINS .EDITOR"
EDG FIELD,8 C.
W7EDNESDAY JA U RY- 18, 1854..
MIr. 31. E. W cinReu-i--o* abroad tijon 'enllect
ing tour for the **%Adt'rtiscr.". We' hpe'h 1t'b.
kindly receivettsiy aursubscribers, and disnissed with
"the nredfful" as precipitatelV as possilje. -
Our Nineteenth Volume.
THE present is the first -nambe of Our nineteenth
volume. In entering upon it; ivia-incumbent epon us
to say a word or tivo to those generous patrons who
have enabled us to reach this somnen hat'.respectable.
age. There are many-among them who have sthek
to us from the first number of our first- volume down
to. the one we are nio.; preparing to-'issue. There're
others who have been upon our list fur ten years,
evincing as- fet no ytntptotts of dissati.faction. Very
many have journeyed with u! for half that time, while
some six or eight hundred have been placed upon our
books only within the last two or three years. We
hope they are all satisfied with the exertionei we have
made to please them. If we thought differently, it.
would Ise to us a source of real pain. For, honestly
speaking, we think juore about the eharacter of our
establishment than ne do about its profits. For the
future, we shall make no further promise than to say
that the pains-taking, nwith which we have hitherto
tasked ourselves, shall continuo utndininished. We
hope fully to merit'the patronage which -is now being
bestowed upon us so liberally. We hopte.even to merit
a very large increase of it. With these remarks we
enter upon our " Nineteenth Volume."
The Dridgo Discussion. -
Ova intention was, as expressed lat week, to enter
into the Bridge .Dircussion with our friendis on the
other side of the River somewhat in ertenso, believ
ing that there sould be little difficulty in vindicating
the course of our Legislature in the natter. Within
the last few days, however, Col. JAruns . CAttnor.L,
our Senator, Ihs.concluded to present the argument
in full through the columns of our pajer, and 're
have cheerfully committed the qucgtion to .his- tried
and well-known ability. His goninuication will
notappear until next .week, owing to the -fact of its
being a lengthy. one, requiring more time'ig its pre
paration than an ordinary newspaper article. Its pub
lication was not determined upon until three days ago.
And ulthough one-half of the piece was ready in
time for this neek, it was preferred y j1 author thit
it should appear as a whole in oon- nertumber.-. We
a"k all interested to stay their judginents upon. this
question untill they shall have carefully read our
" Savannah's" Article. .
"S..CDA" is replied to by "SAvANxsaI.'' Ifees
a " meeting of the waters," but not of that harrAoni
ous kind, which the -' Vale of Avoca" is said to know.
Two highly rspectable streams are'Saluda and Sa
vannah Rivers ; and two highly respectable writers
are our Correspondents. We leave, others to decide
The Curryton Academies.
A-rrr.-rtoa is directed to the advertisement of the
Trustees of the Curryton Acgtdemies. It will be seen
that their Institution is opened under favorable aus
pires. We bespeak for it a liberal share of the public
Tue Trustees of tihe Edgefield 31ale Academy de
sire tu employ ani Assistant for that Academy. It will
be required of himi to attind toe thme English De-art
ment only. It thoroughly qptalified and well recomn
mended, a liberal salary will he allowed him.
'The South Caroliinian wtill copy twice amid forward
account to Trustees.]
3'ogartie & DeLand
II.tvr: a new and inviineg advuertiseent in this
week, to which we call especial attention.
.1YcGregor & Smith
Ibtvi' als chamtred their old advertisenent into a
nw' one. Th~ey iniend going right linto a prosper(Ini
buiness, and hopue the peopl~e will give them at shove
We's received it, 3lrs. B.tries-andl wi-h tier you and
yours long lives of bliss and usefulniess. See mar
riage notice elsewhere.
The Bidge Excitement.
IThytN( been in llambuirg and Augusta a portion of
last weeik, it iwill be expeected (of us perhsaps, to tell
sumeting aboeut the belliico:,iiy now extant m those
two ciiies, ini conisequience of tihe erection of the nmew
tel-gate of 3Messrs. .Joxas & lU.NNEDY. We propiene
hoever, to sayv little or nothing. We did lhear that
the fury of the people of those sister lBurghas was near
ly up to boiling heat. We heard that sonme thoughts
had beetn conceived and entrtainedl imnminently thmreat
emmhag to time safety nf thme new gate ntie the new gate
keeprs eustom-hmouse. We heard it hinted also;: that
riot wvas expect:d~ thme result if wiIh iwoueld h~e t~u
tter demolition of Josies & Exx :ov's newt rights.
Aye, nmore-it wvas even n hipereed that time ssame mobud,
which wans to lperpetrate this terrific deed, intetndedl
lso to tear upm thet connect ion of the South Carolinma
atnd GJergia Ra1i! R-,ad Dlepors. L'ut thei we. k pased
u1f amid nothin-; of the kind occuirred. Somec few geni
temen were talking uponi the ..mhject with considerabtle
feelinm; bitt time tmasses app~eared to be guinmg about
their businiess with their accustomed dliligencee andl good
mor. It cannot he denied houwever, that a few oft
our good frietnds on this side of time river are renlly
out rageud. Sm, at least they expmress themiselves. hlut
e sincerely heope they will coimclude to take time
ting itt a cooler andm kindlier mztimer upon .secomnd
boghit. Th'lis is one oft thoe equestionms iwhmich elhomihl
iot enagendier s:rife or virulence met feeling. If thme
thing which lhas been donie is capiable of being vinidi
-ited oin time high grotntds of juietice and right, as
nainiy tinik, thmose who are now givimng ventt to et
reioe of angry proevocaionm will regret hmavinmg dom
so. if it canntot be thmus sindicated, time evil nsill
surely lbe soeon abated ;bitt thmat abatemenit ns ill be by
o mzeans htastened iby wvrathifu prh~ccedinmgs on the
mart of either indiviuals or corportionms. Paseietate '
eonstrations ini casees of this~ Smrt do, nmo geood. -In
ins particular ease we feel certaini that they wtill re
tilt iun a real inajuiry to so:nme of thiose initerests ns ichl
ow feel aggrieved. We therefore advise till to keepu
r0ol anad to speak cauttiusly, believinig irmlyr such a
ore is thte only propler on:~ tnder time cirecm~umstaces,
e initend to stick tip to our advice, whieete others
ed it or not.
The Southecrn Cultivator.|
Tnuis valuale agriculitmral Jouurnl, whlich is pubh.
hmed in Awerista, Ga., at the very moderate purice ef
1 per annum ini adviante, hams just hegnma its Twelfth
Vhttne. It is an exellenit swork, ricihy de'ervineg time
ittenmtinn ande eincouiragemenit of tile Suthierti putblic.
it aboiuds, fromit mtonith to mionthi, amnd iGumt yea r tin
lear, in articles oft the niest solid. suga uious and ini
strtcivu ea:t. Jmdee-i it stardk ini tie very front
ati of the Agricuiltural pubtlicationis of A mteriua.
tid we are iing; stinig to our plantiing frienuds amen
igua for thiir owit good, whlen we tay, subjscrib: to
rThe re-priubicationm of "Blu acno'. Ed ifarg
ra:ic,". by ltr:ox.sir 0 Sco-r-r & Co~u., oif Nes ws ork
city,-ctliitiues to lpay ts its welcomie ti-its. For dme
gltlhly etertaining and really imnstructive readmini i
i not sturpassed iby any kinmdred patblicatiun on etiher
-ide of the water. We iudvi-e thorse, who sti--h to hay
'tfew dollars out ad vantagecutsly, to send on a .93 lill
0 te Amtericanm publishers aboe-namtted wtith an or
er for thie migazi ine. It swill amiu'e manaty ain even
rag tnd afford many a goodi idea.
People's lI~cdical Gazcttc.
Tui. 4 .hledical wrork is pulish at Ahhevi lle Coturt
[lotus. by .Messrs. Utmsv & EvANs, and edited by Drt.
oin I 1ts. It i very ineatly gotten up in its :ypuo
~rahoal de~par:mecnt, arid condtue~ced, as far as we
ae .hleen: ab'e to juedg., nredilah!y anad couirteoas
. The~ number befure mis coniadas articles from Dr.
mon P. !:.uii:i- r, 11. A. Jos:-:s, lsq. Dr. .D.svis anzd
ihers, uponi subject.< if inter. W eow th~e peo
e will Jendl this enterprise a Ibell 'inig hand. -It aims
tFee Detuion, whc can do no barian in any de
FOR TiiE ADvEaTIsEn.. t
Mi;. Earron:-A writer, who signs hiniself" SA
J.0ia, in your, last issue but one, pretends to" ex
pose .thc mitlainations of a set of men, who are en
'deavoring to divert trade and capital from our own
State and her-enterprises, and to build up and n
.iclt A vispta'nd Savannah, at the expen"e of our
'on niropolis." Whether lie has succeeded in
tries ,ublinio taiuk, the intelligent public already
knows. Tis however is certain : it is no difficult
natter to divine the secret purposes of th:s writer
hniself. Ile who runs may read them in his anti
ee. llostility to the Savannah River Road and to
its President evidently prompts to his virulent at
.ack. Hlacc causa icterrimi belli.
Tho4atrguments by which he reaches his conelu
mons are as fallacious as his motives appear to us,
improper. We pass by, without cunnent, his de
unneintions of :1r. 1luTCtsox. This geutlemaan
needs no vindication in this coiniity. " SAU
DA"'ptYEhim to be a good financier, and athndis
his abil:ty to bring to the Company of which he i,
President, a large amount of capital, and a high de
gree of eiiergy and intelligence. That is enough.
That is the mn:n for the noble 'enterprise in which
Mr. JIUTCINSo's services are now enl'ated.
In his efforts to defeat the Savannah River Valley
Ioad, " SALL'DA" makes a feeble essay at ridicule,
and affects to support three propositions :
1. That this enterprise is controlled by at "-lique,"
with usas TTCtesox at its head, which has for
its object to build up Augusta and Savannah.
Now of whom this " clique" is couistituted " SA
tcDA. hias:not deigned' to inforn the public. We
arenit a loss to form oven a conjecture on the-sabject.
The D)irectory of the Road consists, we believe'
wholly of South'Caroliniasss,living in HIagburgt id
up th*$iavannah Ricer. Do any of these belong
to the "clique" ? 'If they do, it is difficult to as
sign a reasonable notive for their wislaing to ~d
viace the interests of' Augusta and Savaninht over
those of Iamburg atnd Ctharleston. In respect to
tlese men the ehrge is simply ridiculous. If the
" clique" are to be found on the other side of the
Savansah River, it is enough to say, that, as yet
no i towk has been t, ken there, and that the Rond
'will be located before they .ean possibly gain any
i'tlueicc in its diretioit.
As "S.ctiet," therefore. has furnished no evi
idence of the existendie of this " elique" : as lie hiss
not evgp given to it a " hlual hasbitation," 'we are
bound to regard it as a spectre of his q n conjuring
-as a niere conceit of the brain.
But, if the ".ique," be a maere monster. of the
fany, as we are le.l to think,. its suppteed machi
nations are not less the work of the inaginatin.
Yet " SALc'DA" says they do exiet ; .and that the
chief object is to break dos-n Ilanib eg and Char
leston, .and to build up Augusta and Savannah.
Now the idea of one little Road break'pg down or
buildiing tip a Towp or City will excite a smiile from
many. It is at least amusing. But of this recre
ancy to the interestsor. our Stateatd her cherished
emt rprises, totally irreoncilable with that losyaty
and devotion to their homie land government, which
has ever eharacterized her true sons, however hum
ble and obscure"-where is the evidence ? " SAMue
hA'' presumies to oiler two groundi of 1roof:
1. That the City authomities of Augusta have en
listed the' City in the enterprise by an - important
subasr.thpuon to its Capital Stuek.
2. Thiat Mr. Iu-rems~sox, who has bettn knownvi
io~enitertini au long and dieepc-s sated hiesihty to the
SouthCaroiItil 1'load, lias been chioscim Iresi
hit poinit of facet the City authorities of A.\ngusti
have taken no Stock ; aind heneo thec first grouid
fail.-. JIit SuippoEse they dlo take Stock-hiave they
itot ai right to do so ? A nil does it follw thait be
eicuse Augu.~stai iakes Stoc1k. shte is to control the
lIondh ? e'r thast beca use' she isy conttroh the ieload.
that Char~ilestoni is to be thereby injured ? We eon
fess ouri inasbility to apphreciate this princtiple of nion
iitereoutse betwe--n the States. Are we comec to
thiis, diat the citizens of one Stsite shall b~e debarred
froim inivestinig their capitsal in othser States wheu
ever they maiy deem it to their initerest ! llave niot
thme people of Charle...on ande South Carolinians
genierally suibscribedl larttely to iiore liail Rocads
thiani one in the State of Georgia ? Andi hits net our
capital heeni raithier invited than rhfu-edl 1 Wi ere
does - S.t .i' get his ntioiens of State comiity, or
is pirinsciptles of trade atid comm ierc
In reply to the second ground', whast, we atk, has
Mr. IIL'ii-remoN's ho~stility to the Swuth Cairolina 11.
Rail, to do with the condluct andl int--ri sts ot the'
~svanniahli iver \'alley Rt~esad 1 To ma~ke out his
ase " S.i.esi.C' is forcetd to a'eribe to this geintle
ian a degree ot mioral obliejiuity and of evil per
sonal, inluenmee. beyond the scoape of humnt capia
bity. " A fter all,'' lie says, " lie (.\r. 11.) is the'
great head ande front-th liivinig ein.ediimentt of this
Company. to whiaii all oilier and opprosing eleiiients
must ultimnatelv become suherdinate."
Is thi4 inot miere assertion ? Thie conclusion liere
sought to be dhrawnt is at variance with everyprn
eiple of co:non seinse ande r casoni. D~oes "SQaw otf'
suppilose thiat, in thes Directory of thu ~Savannah it
Roesl, there is iiot stiflicient initelligencc~e'to discover
the tiue interest' of thue Coempeany, andI not firmne-ss
enantg.h toe thwart the purp'oses of a main, thiotugh he
be juposessedl of a will sing ulaily de.-potic," who
seeks to runt entsuter to these interests ? Ie knnwirs
little of the Board of Direc'tors, if lie really'inmdulgts
such a belief. Ile lhas very little kiiowledlge of hiu
nan ntature, if lie thinks, that the initere-ts of as
cmsipainy can, fir any leiigt h of time, lie sceriticed to
the mere whinis and caprices of one mni. lInts lie
never knowin a P'rcesiet to be dismiis.ed from his
post, aimd anthtler laced' in hiis stead'
There is one piipile that imay be saflyh cou nted
on ini the aitlhiirs (If chartered comipantie's, and thait is
the princeiple oef insterest. No mere cap ie', nio
secret hate, noe inidigenint spleen nit long be exer'
eised1 in the face of this principle. It will be to the
intrest of this Comnpansy to suistuini both I hamtbtu-g
and Ghtarkstuen ; and bietee if Mt, H. shiould util1
indb':e his hotiity' agasinst the South Caroelinat i.
Rad. sitd could so belitle himself as to practice
this feeling isi die mma~nagemnut of the atflirs of the
Cmiipny of whiebi he is .Presient, we may satfely
my it will bie out ut his porwer to do so.* With all
his "' absioluite and dlespoetic sway,'' lie ceuld not
stai.1 tip onu iesoth udesr conduct so pusullanimouns
ande coniteimplt ibke.
Uent we feel that we are diset'utig really very
small matters. We ate contism d to remassrk that
all tis tirade astsitnst elri. HIe-remusisiand thiis ima-s
inary " caIue'' is mere stuff! Tfli-se snt.epicionis
are, we believe. unfotuded, unju-t :tint unigenesrus.
in ours next we will notice bride thes remaisiin'
propositione~5s (It "S~enx, neot so much byv way of
eply. toe this writer, of whose inane weve hac ssd noet
the slightest intimation, as to meet airgunments which
sire-in the imonIithsi of the opeponensts geineraully of thet
iusania tisstsher Valhley 1ioad. L
THFr. IIOG TIADE.--Thet Cincinnati Gaizonhe /
of Wecdnesday saiys ; " The market foir hogs hsas I
contitinued to exhibit a decidedly tirim tonme, amud 1
ackintg operations aire nlOW progresin~g with
their wontetd :ativity. Thotceipts- this week
ave f'urthser redueed'the dleficiency at this pit
At Lotuisville up to Sunday night, the number i
killed santd itn pens was 3412,158 head2 beinig an .r
increase over last year of 55,056. 'I
In the P'rovision market there is generally an ec
improved fe~eling, ad pricesiare mostly better. ,e
There ia a considerable denind thsroughiont the |t
We.-t Ott siccount of the English umarket. lIt g
Bahsitore we alhso pecive there is a good dealsh
Jingss on foreign account, biut as remarked al-.r
s.emirl, the aecounts from l'.nrope are ntot fsavorai- tl
ele l'o a constinmustiwp'of this monvemuent. ti
.Frmer sire noiit'hhing to sell at prices otter- w
ydi, stay .3 75 to $3, and packers are not willing I
. advancsse. The weather has been very fatvoraL- o0
)ls fr feedhingr during the lust forty datys, which er
..s. ........d f.-tl..'- , ll hold r b -k hopiing for bt- L I
er prices. But a change has taken place in tile
veather, which must cause some mnovement til
lie hog line. The crop will exceed Ilat of la;st
car by thirty per cent, if prices will be sulti
ienly high to bring them out.
THE EUROPEAN NEWS.
'Ve had a despteh, a day, or two since, si-l
.1* that France and Engiland had diclared war
..inst Russia. We no"iee the saeil despatch
rsotne of our cotemporaries. Thelatest paper
ce have frot NewiYork is dated thc 8:h, and11
re extract front the Herald of th:( date the
ubjoined relative to the rumors alluded to:
" The mostb notaie ev eut chr-umicle1 in yester
Iav's.European mail is the order giveni to the
3r'itish and French fleets to enter the ilack Sea.
sverybody knows that this step hat long beei
hreatened; that Admiral Dundas was extremely
lesirous of entering the Black Sea full a fort
light before; and that, as well at Co'ustantiople'
iat Paris and London, the usieless attitide (it
lie combined fleet in the Bosphoras has lung
jeen a tlheme or ridttiule and cenisure It would
low seem that the Sinope disaster has reouseed
lie laggard erergies of the Western Ptowers.
Inmors tht ,decijve orders had been issued to
lie flerts were'prialent in Londom a day or
wo befortlie mail left, and were conlirnied by
,tatements hearing niore authorita ive ehar;c
ier fronm Prios and Vienna. T tlise we are
able to add therliloving extract from a nri
rate letter, dated London, Friday, 23d. We
will only observe.that the infornmation it contain.s
i derivid from tii .very higlest source:
You'mny rely impiciiLly on tie trut i of the in.
p1igence that orders have been at lit to the
leets-to enter the Black Sea.- I am, moreover,
informod that Louis Napoleon is del erminied to
itep prominently f, ward, ad thrcw oi the
shuilling policy he hIs recently appean ed to have
been pursuing in ioneert with the Aberdeen
.There. enn-be little controversy wit.h respect tit
tie doe*tails 'of' the imtruct tions de.,I.itc-hdW to6the
lritish aid French Atinmirals. Shoulti the Czar
persevere ii r-etrnrdingr ethe entrance tol' is " Ru.
sial lake" as ,iCcasus bdli, a declaration of war
will immediately einue, mnd the ciirse to I e
ursued. by tihe fleets may be salely left ti hlie
good senae of the Adirals. Sholt lie recede
from this arrogint astsuiption, and hold lck
hiii threatened declarption of war, it would seem
that the allies tire idiply directed to oritetct the
Turkiah coast and ' iese, and to take sueh
wmensres a. iill L'etu.lly preclude v repettiom
of 5uelorribloimseres as - tit It Siniipe.
Ir will be -een ll reference to a:t advertise
ment ini another colejpm, that thie i .rectors ot
the Graniteville Fa:itory have declared a eimi
innual dividend of igur per cent. upon the capi
tal stock of th.tt coimpaiy.
This is pleasant news, and there are few of
iny prfesion in this-State, who% will not rejoice
4L it. lim the developmnent (of imanulaoturing ei -
terprises in this Sta:e we have met Atm im:my
di.ipjoitients. The histiry pretent( a glom. ljly
atalogue of losses and fatilures. Still there hams
been an abiding conideie'e of the ultimate sUe
eess. Still it was believed that litre at least
under the enterprise and practical judgmieat of
those concerned the experiment would prove
successful, and after it period of painifil anxiety,
the result has jmstili.d the expectatit-ii. E inje
1841 tie ground hs been cleared, fundat:uns
beien laid, structures erected, maehinery procured,
forces organized, and 1:2,00 yards of cloth per
day is now t hrown upon the im:.rket ; tad t iou. I
the price of the raw material is nearly twice as
high as when the enteryrise began, there is no .v
a clear pruhit of eight per cent, uponJl the cpi
tl inivested. Thme kinids of' eli tti prmodneed amre
umie'lly shmee'lings, shir. ings and~drills . nd thion* h
principlily ,iold in thme tmarket of Chiarlesi min, it
is occaisin!iii~ y purchia~edl :imid taken as t~er No -th
as ilaltimoure and Phlil:.delphin, zmnd there comn
m:.nds thc highest. prices for which su :ti articles
Such is the present condition of thi Granite
ile factory, and while re'jeiing ili i .5 preseni
prh.-periy we wikh conitinumed success to its eni
terihimng proir'--i.- '*. -.-'
Co-r-rox S1 ta OF
W:.TTO Ti; it tor
tie im:,inufact art beeni
<trte.d at. New iir &
U.. - h i yeo I -u
tie ernrmouLs~ liOI
re ammnually los -t:.tho~e
whlo wvill be emi re of
he esawlit ial ar li ire.
its froim tile 'fime
to 3.000,000t~ of
lro~mm aii art we
learni thati this wl
puirpomsez; an iiplre-.
.lics that it wi irge
rvennlle to thew
earnm that the . , ini
'i respects, eqj or
if doimest ic pro er,
softe'ns the skin -A
4 lietie it is S -d
live oil of Ital it
ai~s to aell initent >r
nmd taste is are -. n
f l'lsignol, Avi 'll
a~ the best slierir
rticles enn lie a r
e flatitering ac
It is further stated that at the thirty-.fourthi
mniual exhibit ion of' the Americenn In st itumte bel
t New York last October, a silver medal was~
warde'd toe 3lr. Wilbur, on neeonit ofi tile eit.
on oil. Ahro at the Crystal I'al:iee ini New Yer k
his eotton eil wais used 'eiponm soime of i i . e i
aina bhle and highly inishecd siteami en~gines t here
~xibited ;and for th~e puirposes foir wvhilh it was
-mpoyed it far surpased till other ioils even
ried, partieuiharly four its not egun mmin'e or drying.
Simiar oipiniions have beenm expresseelby commpe
emt englineers of railroaids. -It sells reaidily forn
me dollar per gallon at New Orleanis, amnd would
:einmmd uone deliar twenty-fivc or mnorce:at Ne'w
A Cow wo~tfaro-.onW i
vrites to time Ilamshlire Gazette :-' I leave a
ew frumme whlose imilk sixty' pound~iS and him
>ued ci llbuer we're maec in t wenly-eit'lht day.
t time limntht of Decemtber,-I 18f. T'his maimeI
:oW, in onie week, enduing : ib uil., m.:de seveli
een andi a halfI plolunds hat ten. Tme daily liver
ge of mimlk was lilly-one and a halel fiopinds.
ir feed was six quarts of' egnai parts I mdi:ii:
m:d broom torn meal, andel0m one~ pmpk ii per day.
havm e nmo douibt she ill aiver.ige Ii fly poundtis
ci milk per day for' four monmths 1o coime."
JT us ezid thart Cubau was ae part oif Louisiania.
hJose donimiion was ceded by' Spalin to F"ra nc.
ndi that, thlerefore, we bought Cuba~ without
nowinig it.--N. 0. l'ienlytin--.
ErNriuionnisArt N.wis Fr~.it AUI.Tm.\LI.
letteri in time Bisdtol (Eng) Jomurnali, da:tedl 11.
mrt Towni , Anstralia, Sept ember 8ih!, states
hat 'en ext raordeinary discovei'ry of gold hils b'e n'
tde lifly1-six ~miles f'rom G;reelonig.- The gold
.i fud 10)0 feect from the sutrfare. 'The' writer
-i 17,00l0 oumiees ivere taken miut ill t hree d1a11s
'v a few per~sons, anid one mii gitot eiut a-hump
eigmhig 190O pounds. Time wrimei' :m.d t lhieu
aumuht had octcured among tie-diggers, anmd that
lie miliitalry had been oretred up to qutcll tile
A novel exhibition ltas been itrodnieed tl
stley's thteatre. Thmere' are twio performnmig
lepantt, one of' which got through thme hlitherto
iheardof' trick of standuing on his head.
iLU'E RDGE RaitLnoAn.-The A ndersoin Ga
ete of Wednesdayv, says : " Thme prospect foir
wt sp~eedy coruplietion of t his leeng tlhked oh'
mud is growing brighte'r with tihe lapse of time.
'hotigh the Le'gislaturec refused to gramntt tic
eilmany the assistane praye~d for, yet tie eel
eg!y amnd aetiity of' those employe'med luponh it cont
nu's unaizbated uind time wvork is r':lpidly pro
ressineg. One Fidally evenlineg last a cuompainy oif
e rmanis numblering on et nd redl an d nine
ached theis phiico ent roufe for thle 1 tunnel where
cy tire io lbe putt immediately to work. W~e
destand that airrangemenits ha~ve bc'e,-nmade
ithi Mr. Hloieomubs for the accommd.tition of
t'o hmndred emote lh1o are teo teach this point
iTirsday afernoon next ; and Ltat similar
owds ill be brcitight up until aebout onie
Ousand v'an be obtained.
A Jion11.EBL tragedy took piact in Milede
ville, on Wednesday lait. Two young men hai
a s'ight dificulty in front of McCoiWb' Hotel, in
regard to some circumstances that had previ6s
ly taken place when playing.Xaro. The one
was named Ralston, from M4eon, the other untl,
from Albanv. The hatter charged the former
witih doing something to injure him, 11he former
pronounced him a liar, wheii Hunt -hot him
throughb the heart in an instant with a "Cult's
Repeater.' Ile died in about ten tminuties
1ltint run f'or about a mile, was purned and is
now it the iaids of tile Maigistrates.
The melancholy all'ir happening here in the
public streets iii open day, has prodneed a great
excitemtietL in Milledgeville, anud is certainaly an
itt-,tration of the injuriuns eff'eet, (f exrcdising
the parloning power, in cases where the crine
has been ftully snbstantiated without jutiition.
-Chronicle & Sentinel.
Three perions-aeccordinge. Ito the verdict of
coroners' jiuries-have died in En:glam', in !:e
course ora few Onvs, from detitution. (ne was
a hawker orincifer matches, who1 h1: i.eent in the
habit of'sleepin. :i-dhtly onl the l, 1vi of door,;
another was a~ widow wi luild with her
dauhti er, a semltpstrepes. Witi 4.i. ptr wr k
she kept herself :mJ, live children. Tteir food
daily was dry bread and weak ,ulyce.
M1.rii:, on-tlie 10-h inst., by tIe Rev. A. 1".
Norris, Mr. Jotns P. lIvrr.s, of Lexington Distrie:,
anl 1i6s .Lucy J. Nitoim.os, riaighter of' S. W.
and Susan A. Niciolsun, of E.Igefield District.
5AtlittiEr, on Thtirsdny, th.- 5th inat., by the REV.
Edward leed, Mr. C 'nwr S. Cox, to" l.1undrs
Co.. Ala., and .\iss L. 1. 111.oexKKI, dau~~lhter ol
the late .\f Mnj. B. It. Bocker, of this Diistrict.
MARtRIED, it Ttesdhiy eve-ning,tite 1thil ine't., Iy
Rev. 11. Leeroy, .,r. Ti..stLa CL.Arx and li4l
I.uci:r i l so. Ali of El1e0ield Dilsticet.
I )il. in, Columbia. n Sun'lay mniring, Pith inst.
1.ier. W. .ions'os. in the iiftv-f'ounrth yvar of iii
Ae. lie was t native; of EcHltlelch uitriet, inl thi
State, where lie lived a good part of lin life, but fol
the lat several years he was a re.,ideit t'i this 'o vi
and11 did bu'tnes; feet the Souith Carolina 1. R. Com
i any. whieb he ittetiied to wth a skill, eitercy an.
peultetmijlity never surpassei. His comiete devot~eti
t. the interetS olf tite ecai aid eton:tatit exposure
ito dou1bt laii the foutindatiiion of the disease that t.
lisinaitedi is life. llim place on that r'adl w.1 bt
llieiilt to ii;1. lie was a gentleman of a h'gh sens
of ionor, strict integri y attnl unimlieachahl4e re.-ti
tude. In all the relnion1s fif life he was attentive
kin.I, indhtigeit atil bentivvedclit. Ile: was a: worti
miemiber of the I. o. 0. F.. and strictly obwerve
and practi-we. the principles of " Friendshipii, Lov
aIl 1til," inculented by thtvf or-ler.
Sem iste vears ::n lie miade an -p- i proofess'o:
of rlii..n, ens itized and c1twete1.i hiiMel
with the mlioelist Episepal Church, unidr the
mi:.stry f the liev. .i. 11. Wheeler, and conjtinuvce
an accuptable i:ember iitil lie exchaiged a worb
off tioi;s and1 and suf-ring for a state of rest and eter
lial bleseines. lie diei, ilisting alhie in] tih
mer;is of Christ, and in the language elf Stehelin
-.lliilliitte'd his so ini iito the hite of his all-si licieni
Savieoeir, saying, " Lo-rd ,le'sus, receive liy spirit.1
Ilie hais Ieft a widoliw, seven ehlreii andl a numer
41n4 1ir.- f frien1.s, vho feel his death as a Ieav
bereavemetit andl a very sreie atilietui. But whih
it is se, painful to part with Ine so lcarly love., Vc
n1"w that lie is gne.. it is enaing to memotry t
dwell ein his mativ virtues. It is a luxurv. though:
m1tle11icholy vle, to watch at the be.leie ;If thoee %'
deartl leove-te miiinister tee tihe;r wanitis-aii li.mi
al 'thuille:iviatec their sutl.ering~s. Whlen thie
lire..s eli:.Ii.ierio CIm no I...nger ihe piiferform-.l. there
is a sad sal is'hectieen iln stil beliling oever the hi'e-les
torim, aid '..mv'in: .it-to, its hI;t re-ting-phi... A i
wh ient shir t anel hee.ly are both withidru~awn, is titere
:..t a siiir eeighit teo be dterivted fromii llig-ring
areontot.l lie mem'lt.rv of thle iielpatiiei i.l. l i turing~
as still preet, whaht, .las' is gonie f..rever.
C..hl. ini du st hi.- p~erishilled . ut ltuny lie,.
ht tha.t wichl waLr.nied it. once2 sha.Ll niever die.
- . Subscription Receipts.
Tue. feeiliwiing pesn havIe paid Upi to the tim
aft ixed to their namells:
~Cift.~L J~ Setei t.. erli '5-*.
.1. .1. Bunchil to I litih Aung '51.
A. G;. Gaiskini, tee 1st .lan '5.
11. .\. Gieover, tie 21<t Aum: '3..
J. Rt. .\lius, to I12th~ Oct 54.
JTas. W. Freemnni, t.o 13:t.h oket 5.. -
Chi...'3y We'lls, io .!9tth Jan '54.
.Jeohni C. I larii, to.8th .Jufy '5..
,! l .Simnkius, to 42:h. Uet '51.
William .\iller, to 26th June '.
11.. I'. Biryan. to $!;th Oct '51.
.eiihn 1e. I larrisont, tom ,th Oct '5; .
D)an. Whlite,~ Eisq.. te 23rdI ..l in '54
- . C. Mltysoien, to 7th O.-'54 .
A fex. .Mi'ler, e to th Oct '5, .
i~irs. S. ft. Gallmlant, to enth Oc '54. j
Ie Smitii iiiht, to. eith Nov '53
ih-ajnl. lluchteon, to SreI No '5 .
.laie. Reyd, to .'thi Uet '51.
Ji;is C. I olemian,. tee lst (t '5I.
J1osepih ('raftoen, to1 7th Nov '54.
l inry Rus'i, tie 24thi Oct '5:;.
G. .. ('eel. -man, toi 7th Noev '5.
S. W'. N :chleoni, tee3rd Ocet '54.
T. ii. .\iarsha;! & Sonei, tee 4thl Nov '5t.
T. P. .\lagt~ra! h, esq., t; l Feb '51.
Jhn i. .Jch. tee t Oct, '51.
.ie t'llctIa. to It Oclt 'jri 5.
'iin..~. Irton, t It No. ar'5.
.. Te:m toe 9th Jan. '51.
*%~i..\n, .;ihea'l to I5th .\ iil 't4.
Thoi. 1. la- vey, t sth .\larc '55.
Dr. .. Daybb, to ith Oca '5.
Johniial WCo:-. tee th eb '5
l.e.rtcogane, to) 1.t -juet '51.
d.!s. Wrthhn ren to sth .ute '1.
Wi.. D!~.Turo to t Nov.'. 4
Ge. ..\hlai te . t ovlt !v'1
JIohndi~ Jors, to 0th ay '4
*J'. l hdA. FSq.a. to 1st eb '55
D r. J). C.(hbb~s, to 7hOc ' t4..l
. . W aei, to ti Febg '53
Jeltiria Coo, t 7h Dec) '.4.
Ebrtv ) ) iorato ist Sto 1 '54.
I.3. . Lris, to 11 Nov ' *..f
tir.t.\l.oeni, to d t ov li '53 .I
.tluttp .Garritt, to 11th .\ea '5.
J'. M. .\. Shev, to IsItl Dec '5.
Dr.is D.ir . iom ikins, to ti dFeb '5.
Wm (i.Watein, r., 7to c 3hAu.'1
Ge.i. W.\ iais, to t Fe'4.
John w~ Chr ilsi to t .ltay. ':.
Dani. 'Pr\Tetr, to 0th Jly '5.
Ib. . D. Mrusot, to th Oe '5.
Dr. . C. le'irn on 1t Oth Dc.1.1
Gr . an-eilo~ th C Anpy, 'o5.1. ep '4
Stevi efiiaret to 1th ee'4.
el. !. Finle, i~to 4th Dee '5.
.11p1.- G.\-r F.. Wi~llas, to t Febn '53.
O. GI. Terry.~11 to .. Dec '5. .
GeWm G-:vns, to 1s't Dec '53.
.loln. W3. hnsn. to 1st Aug '5.
J.h W..iecullough to 4th Oc '53.
Wk C. Hall, to thAb '54.
Correspondonce of the Adverticr.
.1A M I-1RG, .Jmi 14.
Co-rox-Owing to the' unsettled state of .tr
Eill ktt, in conseqtiene of tlie dt lay in the R eceipt
of Euroivnn advices, wh'eli have been due for sve
ral days, We are unnb!e t,- (Intle prices ortlvrwise
tihan nninal. Tiie receipts this weick have been
nneually Iig4ht, as .el a sle. We live 8s ex;
tremies i to 'J ets. .)eervnse in the Generl LV
eviplt If Colle. the late-t ehites, ;anuint.I to 51-1,
2:;B es, Lut for Ilis we appi:rehlevd lriceb wosruld E
be much below the prest nt in this country. 1.
Butler Lodge, No. 17, I. 0. 0 F"
R -- A l lar merttin;; if this Lode J
iiwi will be hin the ira l. 1111 oll Mo l-y 'I
1u!LM A RE,Se'y
Jan 18 It
Haw Gap Beat Company,
0 . arte hereby continaded to be and appear
. it your recu'ar par.le r.ntid, (G. A.\. I)o
r:'s. on S:turday the :th . :lanuatry, arimrd a1nd
eluimp/lwd a, tilt' a;1w diree':, fir I )rill aoil I zitriltionil.
Biy order of (:aIt. TUiOS. '. SIll.
W.&Mil. MoRGAs, 0. S.
Jan 18 21t
TiIF 1EUnlerigneI las renoved hi r-tw Offie j
to Edgelield ". II., whet e he will b. 1d11.1.
T11O8. P. MiAGRAT1, .
- A-rrox*.Y .Ar ... I
M-Tr Ftieids of Mr. flA RN-'.lY LASi AP..
very resp'etfully annoiunce him n a Canilidate flor
the Olice of Tax Colletr a the eneu:niv efecltln.
A IE( 'lA R Communication of
No. 50, A . F Ml., will be hldil at
:iir Hlall on StraIi e'veYiu 21~t
Jaan--y, at T o'el':k, for the Instalb
t on1 of olle.a.
i v order of lihe W. M.
Jan I0It -21
j M. . NEWBY & CO.,
(Under U. S. IloIel, Augulta, Ga.)
,WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
--- Ill it.En1 1N
READY MIADE CLOTHING.
T 1. NEWBY & CO., are niow receiv
e ea ill the LA R E S T. D, 1E'i T and MUST
FASIlION Ai.E assortnt of
Ready Nade Clothing,
ever ofTered in the City of .\ugt:a. 11,In itio
to whiieh. we are weekly reciving fresh supplies
froim our House in New York. We a:su keep
comf-tanlly on hliand a larptle sn-illy elf
Youth-j" and Claildre's1 Clothing9,
A full 'i.sortment of F' RNISH NG ARTICLES.
for gentlemenii's wear, viz:
Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, 2c., kc.
.'tolk, as ni L :lre dterml in. to oler our Uooll, at
the lowest lrices imal~ginlab!e.
.Jlan Ir. tf
DIcGREGOR Sr SMITH,
CA RRLAES, BUG(GIE8, &c.'
IFC'OR EGO & SM IT i'l. hlui'dl to orde'r Car
1.ritngeasof en' ry dese r~ptioni. Theiy- :isE, keep
linihand aarge anid uipll.fedid fl.l'Irtmen't of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
- j.ut ........ e.a..agaIty auni.t. ..a.- urn.L 4 --
APlenty for All!
)LsTYof te.od lIhed-rom-Plityl lof goal
1 a re- l'l--niy of' ine water-Plenty of erery
thn;nee in a Publie H..use, at the. PLA N
Ti-:lit1l-l.,, just re-openeda anid undler the
B. J. RYAN,
WVh., prmie ti' dl hil be-t to~ward~s givin..; itntis
factionlto 'l wiihto 1y) eli att hisi II ltuse.
II is Steab'esa are propelily Irleiideal. and n~o n:itn'a
hiarso shall iuffer fur wanit of prov~eler or fromt
Reipectilf lytsliciti ng a idhare Elf public piatroni
Iage, the subaerber vignjs h's namie.
Hi. J1. RY.\N.
Eikeield, Jan 17, 18-4.. tf
J A N NEY'S HO0T EL,
COLU.MDJI., 8. U.
iri. JANNF.~Y. in co~nnectiaon with Mr. W. 1).
I l? A R RIS andl I)r. T. d1. GO0I)W Y N. having
h--reofore knaown :as the COINGAIW RIEE110'81-:. it
will h..reasfter be dlesjigted as a seHo
tel."'. Ju mys10
In nennuniteing this to the. public, the plroplrietors
feelI that it i~s niot necessatry lltopEsenIt in dernil the
inliuei'mlent andm adlvantag--a which:1 the Hotel pre
praoeemet colntemlaltedl by then piresent muanage'rs,
w Iill,:hey ) feel sa1tNiiedl atlori to te tr.svelli Eom-tI
in every wny rank amtong the best in the countllry.
ir.'t ts hoteib in th-* I 'niteI * State', will be foi-und
at .1 .N NEYI'S I ITL, andu no etlairt an the part
of theC p:roprietilrs will he wanting to ren-le~r it worthy
lof tihe e llpitll oh thie Staite.
* MR. -) AZ3M~and allt. 11ARIii. 51o will
as1JW~yn Evite visitors ;at the Anierieaan [mt.l, will
:lihen's b: found at theirs liisltl, an.1 i'u nrenu~tu
ait tt hto the dluti they bare niseumed~t, letm
-zuiaranitee oht'satitfietiin, they hiave' no0 hiesitation ini
promiingl it toe their j!uest?'.
Wet. Ihave n1111 secu'irl El the' l4er'vicei of .\r. R. E. L
IW .\ R T, :11ai.ok-keep;er.i
:J'.\llr. I hlieo-k ' splendidh line Ef 4)mnibuls-"
am'1i liacks, ha~vingt the iiamie of the I Iete'l pazited onf
themii. air.' ;ttached'. to ..laney's Iletel,.'tiid will b.
proi'l.t mtail faithiful ini the1211 cov:yane of passiiengersl
to andi fromii the various depo6t.
Non 8tice I t
L.L Persons inehebted tar mec are informned tliat
l/1Itheir No:es aund Ac'ouintil nro in it hiands lit
I). C. Tomikins. wh, re they will rea'inI unitil the
I1tth ilf F~ebrua~ry, and if linet itettled by thlat timle
they' wvill be placed inthens oi. iufls anI hO.itllrney fir
coltetionl. JOH N T1O.\lINS, Sr.
.Jan hI 41
A LL. Personns indiebledl tl tilt e'ither hby Note' or -
.L.A cco.'iunt, pireyiloit to I185'3, who doi liot pa
tip hrioire Rtetuirnt dayt will be sued. I cannliot give
anyi) hIEri5LZ induilgenea. B. C. ]lRY~AN.
Jain I8 5t
N o tice.
Trlfll Eubcriber 'wilI oft'er for sae at Edigefield f~
C.I., th highest bidder, ont the hirst .\lan
day i Februnary niext, if not privately sold before, &
ONE~ FINE YOUNG JACK, direct from Ken- d
tuckv. R. P. IIARRISON.
,LI. Persons inebte'~d to tnshe Undersigned, If to
. not paid by the 101th Feblruary netxt, wvill lind dl
thetir respective ilus in the linells of an Officer for th.
olletiunt. This is; the LAST notice.
JOHIN COTIR AN.
Janl 18 4t 1
Give tune your Attention !
LL. those indlebted to mue either by Note hr
t)Accolunt wvill confer a lstiing fatvor Oin te
Stlerihler byi immteiai'teilpyintg til the samte', n1A
further induhtlgenite CA N NOT. no' A USTl NOT L
be expeted. Euough said : 3oney' is whatf T elant. N
31. W. CL.\RY.
Crn, ncc 7 tr *1
iIALE AND FEMIIALE.
rll E Exercists of these Institutionis .will com-0
L menee on the 1rsL mnday in February uuder
e super:nilteidence of Itev. W. 11. ClitISTIE,
)-% h LNIrs. CiRISTIE and Mias JELEN
The Trustees are satisfied from.testimonials frout
uicen f .\(labamal. .4heru 11r. Ciuaw. ha11
ught Seve IyI vIrs :::d 4al( Of this StIte, that he
well e1-nlIiitd in ..v ry ripect for the suterintesL
we o anliiitui)n its A-'.s ?itnt are: recomi
, tded the best ;1nl motst reliaXhe. authoritv.
ipenses per Session of five Months.
rimary DepartiieIt, Frt Class,...$. $6011
Vith A -ncient Lan:ga n d hiherKlate
mllatis4.......................... 1 00
veond Department .................... 1-0 00
hird ............. . . 15 01Y
Exia Branches.. -
' rench, Drawijng an.1 Painting, each,,...$10 001
lu.'e, entumc:ury .prices. -
liani eann be Lmd in the neighb-hur d at Eight
)o:!ars per mmn:h.
These Insttuti. are l..eated1 on the Plank R1.ulv
Ieven mil-s fran 1lan.burg. A. erypfexsantan
enilhthfl 'Ucation. -
DOT. ERIWETIlEf,. -
Chair'n Board of Trustee..
an 1 . .
- Thr. Munhur-t Repubelicau whll copy until for
ileln, aid forward ac.comit to . W1.
Georgia Marble Works,
.. RANK1NW . .IIUI.OCK, G. 1. SUMN1EY
*ecr oils TO A. ATICINAS4os & Co.
I' ii Ei1ablimen lim ben in suecess
I ull .op-.-raitvn fear a numer of yars. TVie
iarries are well opelied, and the .\Marble is superi
r to any in thI l' .itred States..
We It eve so prt'etel our faoilitie for gettingout
nil linothing work th..t we an fu nish
Mounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
\ri. everv timllt in 4ouir line o' bua.n.s-., is lottoe
tyle. and at lieaper rates thou any yard in the
V hen it is cnnsiderel that we saw our own inar
,le. pray no j..bler's pro'nit, and1 o~ h:ih fr-i-aht Iretnm
!I. Nrthi, it will be .emii ithat we piwoesh nraterial
id vantita-gu over all nnpetitoisrs.
Ve .rdially tolicit tour friends :and th.- public to
- xm'ne our w.ork and tcompare - our prier' with
h.aeo oth.-r yards, 6,efore o-rdIng_ 'Northern
\Iarblr. We have #i hand *at our yard in Mlari
ta, a latr..e assoe~rtml.tt ofi FIN 1St E jj WVORK
t- nwntis. Tablets, T..cnmhs, k e.-wocit-r ou auen ,
ir. . W Smetmer, wiii ueil at our priers. Our
ritcipal work is done at the Mills. Addrrss
.. U. IA NKIN & CO.
.Marble Works '. U., Ga.
.an 11 lyI
BY Virtue of writs of Fieri Faei:ns to me
-) directed, I shiall proceed to sell at Edge
eld Court House, on the first Monday in
February next, the following property in-the.fAl!
uwIlz Cses, Viz:
A. Bland vs. Sesan Loveless, TI4 Trat o
L~ancd where the Defendant, Mrs. SittUai m I-L't
l.es re,.ides, situated oin Turkey Crcek, adjoin.
ig hmd..i of .\1rs. Gomtillion, Harnan Gallmnat
id others, and containing - acres, more or
Gen. Getzen vs. Thos. 0. Burnett. Samparon
Sullivain and John Terry, Sr., One Negro wq
smanl Violet and t wo children, Lucinda and Ienry
John Cothran vb Setaborn Jackson, One Skue.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
Jnen 13 3S. 1
D r, l, W, A bney
AL lepupoe of devoti ng haimat If. tmore eltuively
tc o lu r..tfessionl, anid due ilpying lthereilenice first
bve. the Ibtptist Chaurha ont the right, and ad- .'
jeining thk e late .\eadiemy, (the residence formterly
~upe bcy S. S. Tomcpkinas, Eaq., and Itev. C. A.
lamionda.) ecffers his -
Tee the people of thie Villaige and thme surrounding
In tiw clay. het canI be fciud in 1his Oflice, aljeuin
ing the Oflice ecf W. W. .\ oais, E,.I., adi rn
if the pcresent re-,sLeneo eMr. Gen :ai. dif raia
rtnrery-Compltys ttety); audlrt-ight,. e.. -at.n
bee ti'tun.l at his dlwelline~.
lie will give attenitiecn .t tall times most punctu
lly. to tall calls uponc himii, either focr mteditcine, ad
'ice andh prescripaieons, ocr f. .r perleclnal attendlance.
I having~ leen eit.:tged int the prcteiuci If hyuie,
in h nciatry, for t'aurteent years, andc a ithin that
p~erid, haingt, treat-ed nat ..f thie diseaels ef ecur
eLiiate. andh hcaving thue nequirc~ eatome exp~eice, -
ie heepes, to claim ai share of the publlie ecnfideneetC.
31. W. AIISNE Y.
.la 11 tr 5
IS IPe-op'ened,. at the 'wot oft the hill, itmme-liately
latthce entranlceof the P'lank lLicad ito Main
street, ande neirty op~cfcite .\r. Witt's residence.
lieI 'het I lcrses, ma~ke~s Plowrs, Ircmnie Wangccn,
mnluuil Waile Iracicc, L~ays A xes, anid d.cces varias
urb:-.r thinigc after thae edhl style. Ihe has adhepted
manecy oif theC mceNl-ru isnfll ssYilents, tn faet all of
th-ma eX'espi thrct oft shichting his wcork.
Ac t hIe humbclly ask- a uca':l.
.ban II tf 52
I~ l.VI-' noa regulaerly constitntedl Agents to make
tccntr~ets fcor me or teo inetnr cdebtsc cn mey accounet.
v aniv. entiagement ccf the kinmal. A n express order
Crruim :nty.-eh verbal or written, will alcone hcinde cw.
JTan 11. I95I. . 3t 52
4Nearo 3ehan wancted, fcr the pcresent year, a
.Jaui It. 1.:.L tf 52
Statec of south Carolina,
Ut'le:t Domrt m11111 for Par'n of fands.
18Plaitn;ill' in theis e-, hatving this day
t il her Bill, nndic it npcpearinig to lfny sat
feion, tcceIhat the IDefendatets, Neomny 'Taylor
nid her ltmtsh~nd, WeV. . '[:mylcar, Raelineel ?'lore.
:an ancd hmer heusbacnd Re4ub~en Mlorgani, Saralt
.'unnningi~s andii hier knu~baend L~. 3efnysont Cuiji
ing<', Susa.n I .it I teel her liihuced Allen Lir
le, lare 3Iartini ande her hutsbandi Edward .\ar
itn, nid'Joimn G. Heurry, are ablpent fronm tctd re
ide beyontd tohe imit of' thtia State, where the
rcess cf thcis Ceourt catnnot be servted upon
heum: Ocn motieon of 3fr. Alcnev, Solicitor for
ie Conplaiinanct, It is ordered, Thatt thec De.'
taldatnts dcl appeatr, and ple'ad, antswer or demurt
I this Bill, within three moniuthis, oir nintety cdai.a
reocm Ice litpulie.iticon hereof, tand in~ default
aereof, that J Udgmlen'tt pro confrso, be awarded
watnst t hem.
A. 813tKINS, C. r.. F.. U..
Jcn 10,_1854. 3mi5
State of' Soutik Carolin~a,
) Y HI. T. WRIGHTr, Esquire, Ordinat'y of
) Edgelield District.
Whiereats', P'leasamnt Johnson has applied to me
ir Letters of Adini~istration onl all tend sin,
thr the goeods anid cha~ttels, rights acnd 'eredita
Judith Johnson late of the Distrietatforcsaid
These are, thier'efore, to cite anduadmonislt alt
td .,ingulhar, the kindred andce urc-ditors ot th,
id dieec:sed, to be aend appettr - beforre me, as
ir next Ordinary's Court t ot the saitd Diotrieft,
be hohden att 'Edgelieled C. H., en the ilhh,
y of~ Jan..inst., to showv enuse, i ny, why
e said ttndiiistraltionl should not- be grated.
Giveni tirder my hand antd sal this 9th day
Jan. in the venr cif our Lucid ocne thoet'
d eightt hcundre'd acid tiflt~our and'in tho 78th
ir of~ Amnericani Indepetidone.
H. T. WVRUGHT,0. E. -
Janl 11- I- 48
a ite Lal, ..ianecd OIl
\IP OI1., NE.\TS FOOT OIL and4 TA\
ICRS OIL, tot sale ex't door to stini~tvA's:
R. T. 3. 3cI