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THE CENTRAL AME3ICA CATASTROPHE.
Several of our northeru exchanges contain
fll and interesting accounts of the loss of the
Cenitral .A:.-i'... in which ninny particulars and
incigentq an. giw .r cotitained in Mr. Childs'
brief and h1-ied .e-wuat of the sad disaster.
Fro-a the Pic-hmo-d Di.-atch,.we take the fol
lowing narr:ati-'" -: ipt. Thonas W. Badger, of
Balthuore, whi-h will be read with thrillidg in
STATEMENT OF CAPT. BADGER.
This is nmy third trip, a. a passenger, on the
Central Arnerica, I and considered'her staunch
and safe as any vessel that fluats. We left Ila
vana, on Tuesdav. 8th, with line weather, light
Vind- from N. N.'E. and stnooth sea, until Thurs
da'y morning, 10th inst., when a fresh breeze
fr'm the North sprung up, indeasing gradually,
until evening, when every thing indicated a heavy
gale. The nerctury in the barometer going up
slowly. The engine was making her usial revo
lutions. The gale inereasing gradually until
morning, when owing to the heavy seat, the en
gine had to be worked by band very slowly, and
men were placed at proper places to push the
eranks by to keep theut from eatcehing on the
centre. On Fridav, at 12 M. the ship was iree
fron water, with fiend to the wind, laying very
easy and engine working slowly. The passengers
were perfectly quiet and unaware of any danger.
At 1& P. .. the shp gave three or fourheavy
lurehes, when I quietly ^went out of the cabin
and looking down in the engine roomn, found the
engine woriting v-ery badly, I looked-~ well down
into the lee bilge and found the waiter rising,
which I reported to Mr. Ashby, Chi&-f Engineer,
who was on deck, occasionally looking into the
- I then returned to the cabin, when the ladies
inquired if there wns any danger, atnd tu quiet
- .them, told thetm there was none, as I honestly
thought at the time. In half an hour I returned
to the deck to see if she had bettered her condi
tion, which was about 2 o'clock, P. M. ant found
the engitne stopped and the ship paid otf into
the trough oft the sea which caused her to-roll to
leeward. I then proceeded to the fire room, atnd
fouud the water had increased in the -lee bilge.
*. and asked the enigineer why tlue engine was
- rtop~edTyim.; "if you don't. b..uk out the ship
will till with water" lo ie thn atve orderit to the
sttewiard's rieparttent to ge-t buc~ket,, anid comec
down tto pass- coal to. the fire room, huirryiing
them by .-:ying. "if y u dion't work bidy
wvill have to /11/11/le .4d/p; lar if the .engine stip.
the p u ofctur..e, :uust.
I then nrag' l hinm to pta g~uang to ha iiing and~
not wait any longer', as thie water had ro-a igh
enough t put out the lee fires, atn1 immedliately
proceeded tor the c-omp~aioni way. aind pssedir
ders to the gentlem.:n in the cabin to lformi a line.,
and help to, bail tha ship', which they ait onice
complied with. At this time the ste.war's gaxng
commzentcedl paing water from ah lie rn,
having abandloned the coal ; andI th:- pas4.nigri
ganigfpassed their buckets lait the :aii ilhrou hi.:
the satloon; oneo ir two gaings in the manit ime
were put to work in the stieeraige. The Captat~it
had the dek pump :s riggedl:i ta t hik time ai~so.
but they proved useless, andi ciiuld ntot be. mu~d.
to work. At this junctture. a report reached! the
engineer that a leak was discovered uaroinid the
lee shaft, which wans oecasionally submerge I, while
rolling in the sea. This was the priniipatl leaik
I had heard of up to this tne, -and the ship was
.perfectly tight in liera bot .mt.
About 3 P. 2... the engineer r:.piested thet
Captaiin to kuep tile shipt off thte win~d, so as to
right her, and enable him to get the etngine to
work again, but in settitng the "head saili" they
wre blown away, andl 'twas found impossible to
wear the ship. The C.aptain thent commtenced
preparintg a muir, which was matde and placd
overboard, but soona found to do no good. I then
proposed to the Captain to cutawiay the toretaiast,
which he immediately had done, and the ship
Seemed easier, anl appteared to ride better.
The Chief Engiueer then ordered the booths
and other wooden material hanadv to ian torn
away to fire up the Donkey iloilersa, (whaieba are
-situated on dtek,) so as to get the pumaps to ;'a.
which was without success. At daur ig a it
day, Fridiay, the gale was at its height. Thae
baiding were augmented anid every an whi
could at..adi .-uded througah te night. The gale
contia-. it ir: i - .r: until a bout I A. .t. Satur
day~ 1aonduig, a .a' .:nimenced to subside. At
daig ii :-- ".r * :bnud on the increase,
andl thei got:- a.- a .aable to keep it down,
and, ii ew in-. ih, '~a- dead-lights around the
lower cenbin. I b.v at a- hiaund to leak very badly.
We. then apaiid whips and entski -at every hatch
way for hoisting out water, whichr,in conjunctiou
with the gangs, appearedci to keep it under. At
10 A. M. (Sarturday( the sea had m noderated, andi
the passengers, exhausted by their laborious du
ties sinee thle daty before, begana to flag, and the
water again to inca-ease.
About 3 P. M., the brig Malrine run down un
der our- ster'a, when ouar boaits were lowered, and
two out of the five were stove by the heave sea,
leavinlg us only three to work with, otne of (which
was int bail condition. We, howevera, succeeded
in putting on board of' the brig all the ladies and
childrena, which in a mnanner revived the spirits
of the gangs, who resumed their labors, but wvith
out avail, as~ the water had reatched the lower
.e* abin floor, and of c-oursec hasteifed the sinking
of the ship; as soon, howet-er, as the boats r
turned from the brig,afterlanading the ladies and
children, the gang p-artially abatndoned thedir
work and a rush wits made for the boata. Every
one now seemed to look out for thiemselves itad
theO only disorder during the trying timte, wasi
now. Trhe Chief Engineer having set the exiam
ple in abandoning the ship, every onie else was
anxiuus to get in the boats. 'The brig being
much lighter than the shig, drifted to leeward
mouch faster, which soona plarced her sonic dis
tance off. 'T" last load ot somne twetnty or molre
mnen-hatving gone,. and the boats no0W returning,
all commwunicatiun with the brig now eeased.b
About dark that night, (Saturday) an American
schooner, .sutpposed to be the Sovereign of New
York, run downt .nd spoke to us,~ but being uana
ble to render us any astsitne, pr.atnisedl to lav
by us all night. At this timae the water wasi hlatf
way up to the lower eahitn and thle gang still
*wor-king, which continued unatil i P. M., whlen
they gave tup int despaiar, feeling 'twas impossible
*to satve thte vessel. kFromn that timte unttil 8
o'clock every body was busy providinigsomething
to keep thaemseb'es above water. .
Among the rest I provided mnyself with a plank
about 6 fee lon; and a little after 8 the ship
sunk- rapidly, carrying about 600 persons dowt
withl her, the most of them rose again, and theL
the scene beggared description. Some wert
crying, "God save me!" God have mercy on ine
and other pious ejaculations. Some wereseream
ing, some crying and some praying. I havt
been a sea-ftring man for twent-y-five years-r
ship waster for ten years, but never, never e.
perienced such a scene before, and God forbid .
ever shall again!
Maay unable to swim clung to those wh<
could, or laid hold of the larger pieces of thf
wreek, which were soon swamped. In ten muin
tates not less probably than three hundred ha
sunk to rise no znore, whilst myself and other;
who had succeeded in holding on to some mean
of support were scattered ov r the dar
dreary ocean, fluatingt off with the tid. i.
was a large inaber of passengers ha -.
gold dust, and soum doubtless perisue:'
efforts to save it. I may also here a.
lifty to sixty passengers shut thean
state-roomis in despair, and sank v:
Those who had succeeded -. .
selves afloat, soon scat'ere-2 ov
the ocean for a distaice
hour after the ship ii
leward, which was..st:e b
supposed to be thut of u -
but it Soon i- . -
ships to leewrd -1 Icou k.
our gaze iu the oippio.he
At 1 o'Lcki t.u. y.
prozaching us under full :". w 1
the Norwegian bark E!:en; ro. -.,,,u
and those on watch were asWon- -
of human beinags. Captain Jliinsto.
niander, intediately haove his vessel t,
short sail, and commienced to rescue u-..
steamer at this time had been down over .
hours. He launched his boat. and threw outrop,
and buoys, and did every Lhing that good seni
nianship and a hunaiij heart could <tietate 1
save as.many as possible. I was the fourth on<
rescued, and witnessed the noble exertions o
himself and crew throughout the night. Hi
continued his search among the drift wood, tack
ing backward and forward up to 12 o'clock oi
Sunday, but did not find any one after 9 o'cloel
in the morning, and consequently relinquishe
the search at noon.
On the morning of Sunday, -the brig Marin
was out of sight, and the schooner was some si:
miles to leeward, and appeared to be laying to
but soon bore away on her course, doubtless be
ing satisfied that it was impossible to reach u.
also seeinag the bark backing and filling to wind
The same day at two o'clock we spoke th
bark Saxony, bound to Savannah, she reporte
seeing a brig with a number of ladies on boar(
(supposed to be the Murine) under full sail steei
We bore away with a fuir wind for Norfolk a
the nearest port, and arrived oft Cape Henry oi
Thursday evening, five of us reaching Norfoll
in a pilot boat at day-light on Friday mnorning
which we had chartered for that purpo:e.
Capt. B. lost $20,000 in specie-his wN
however, had secured about the sae sun i
drafts, &c., about her person when she left th
A BRIDAL PARTY.
Mr. A. J. Easton was married to a young lad
the day before the shipstarted, and wason a we
dingltour. Jliswift wasplacedion the Marine, le:a
ing hi mu on the ship. Your readers can iniagir
his felings onl imeeting his bride this evenin
at the National Hotel, and her jyiv aid thai,
fulness at having her husband restored so tniue.
peCtedlly, after she had maourned him as deat
le loses a large stlu. I an iinformed, that
gentleman, by time naame of Birch, who was th:
piropirietor of a stage line, and a very weaahh
mama, wvas lost, togethter with $70.000i, whicha
passenger tells ima lie knew hae had with hini
Thaus, it is impi~ossible to tell the amounat oft los
by this awful calamaity ; hut nay impa~re~ssion i
that it far exceeds the estiamate made.
.A imnmi .AT 5SE..
Onte inaeident ceiiamcted' wifth this heartrenidin;
eatastroplhe, is staidl to lie: thaat the Captraina a
the Norwegaiana Bark, sometfimae prviousto find
iaa" the suarvivoars of thec siei:er, was onm his dcl
adl a bird tibw in hais facte three timmes, whent h
made aat alteratioia of three poinitsihin is coutrS'
be which ameans lie w.~ as ade thec happy i.:sta
uient of siavinag the lives of Lthe 49 survivors.
win:s M~m: wawows.
It is a gratifying fact that all the wvomn ani
chibilrena were saved. Twenty of the ladlies wer
ima~rriedl, sixteenm of whom were madne widows b;
this miearfuml ctaamity-which amay be regarded a
:anionlg the greattest that ever haappeed onl an,
sea:. fhec hours of inmtenise and* agoahi.inig 511.
paenae, the dfespiai r thant .seiz.ed 'in themi, tana
ninally, t he sua~feua en.inllphinig of sai large a cori
couarse af* iiumiian baeinag., excite a le livel iest emta
tin faathy,. aind ctan bietter be. imaltia:C
Tita: ai:.'a t' orAPT. iinano..
Capt. lieradoni was~ on ins 1iaist iiid iat wtir
all thme ti*LI auiniig athe sto.rm, withloiia rest, ando
ini coniver-ation, wiah Capt,. flae.' l~sr.:se hi
intmentioni of* sticinlg Lito e ship~ ne lonag :as ta
w a soula oan barad. :ujid ten: ominutesa beIor
t'ie shaipi went dowin ficed rota ts ri athi: whleel
himi-, where t. h; rem~aaina-d aiunil the shipi wn
down. Thae his.t seen of hiina nt Ia hir. J. 1I
Lae anaet w ho inf ormtus th ata lheaw ahmim ? uron a
thle nilirht on a hmat chwayv. lI, was b rave ala
mmndi auai.. ind: tast. ainI onlfared. adth hei
eat - it operated himi fri his I ainily. A .b
IP*ain wais fhaded a wattgihab tim: loii.. ( tan
to) carry to his (Capt. I l.'s) t~ily Itt ch is a
that i. left of~ him, 'tis li-arted.
LATER FROM~ EUROPE.
AJUIl I'AL Ui-' ThE (.t SA P.1.
NmEW YongK, Setembeatr 'D, l/>7.
rToyatl Mail steama.haip f.:aw;,:J/u, Unpt, -
arrived at 11alifax to-day, with Liverpool dte.
to the 12th jistiant.
Lavaacu-oit Calrrox MAui:.-.\mriitcant Cii
toa had advanacetd lId., :ad olther rjamaliti.
I (Ql,.d., with sales of 87,ii00 b:de. fr thei weak
of whaich spieculatiors took 2s,!h:0i. Miliddlii;
(Irlans is quzoted at Vi. anid Mobile Fair a
Then re is nothinig later fromiu India.
1lu-: Spiaish Goverliaaeiit lias ordereil a sat.
peiiou of the prepfarationis for the~ Mexicain in
vasioan, -.Ind the question is to be settled by th
arbitraatioin of Enaglanid amid Franice.
T he disnmissal of Recdschild Paebha is c'onfirmedi
The amotmat of bullion in ft.e Batik of Franie
has incerezasted ?l,400l,000U during the past moiith
The Unitedl States frigates Canaleuad ami
I /. Louis were at the Cape Verdes on the -.ti
The total.reinaf.rexament sent to Inadiat amaoun
Ito 410,1000 amen.
The amost perfect understand iug exis betwcer
Franice and Eniglandr on the China qftustion. I
Lord Elgin fails to get satisf~actioni, war will bh
declared by both powers simutaneuously.
It is rumottredl thatMazziniiisorgaizing anothei
D)e:~A heATON.-Wae learned vesterdla thal
Mr. Miller, a Teller in the Banik 'of thai State al
Charleston, was a deflaulter to the amaounit ti
$20,00u0, aand madate it up lby cheeks ona mthe laa
of Charlestona, which lie redaenmed by cheeka or:
thae Bank of thme State, hnavinlg noi fun~ds to draan
uponi. The Tellers of the lBanmk of Charlesator
will be the losers. lie is said ti hav-- mtiabh an,
ineclfetctad attenmpt to destroyvm hiself by po-n
Acoram:nt DeFrI.eaArms.-We 1:: had :tari-h
realized the stranage intelligence of tihe uitntfli
apparopIriationm of 1funds1 by a bank o~Ilerin
Chartleston, when we are astoundaedl by ainothIa;
report that W. HI. Itartless, a Teller ini thei Soth
dl -'eit in his accont of somae stqio,i000.
, t'eare deepaly ainedii itatat thme atranordinarv- il
tehigencae, as w: hiave abayms consideread such
oa neies fiareign tio Soth Caaolinia chiartacter.
[( Carolinian~ '1 Sealrdy.
SECoiNu ilt-A'ell To) Ti: TIMI:s.
I haave~ jutst learnecd thiat Bartles~s hias beena ar
rested- int Wimhingtont, :N. C., andtt is on his wa'
to this city. ,I.
g~ Esee ini the Colfumia papler tiatt .T. W.
Lihues, PrLofesor of D~ianc-ing, is ini that City. tal in
tendls givinag lessons in thae beautifual art of DIancin..
Wo will be rjoiced-a to aee Mr. B1. in Edhgefield after
bho oloses his ass in Columbia. A good schmool awaits
The politiesquall,..whieb, fatig::ble ef
forts of e-rta Lowspaprs in th , ' was uado to
whirl and ' a i. while arou the hens; of our
venerablo President, is rapidly -ubsiding : and it. does
not appear that issingle grey lock upon that worthy
'getitleiman'a brow has boon diihuvelled or discompoped
by the commotion. The clamor about his want of
faith in the matter of Kansas is now proven to have
been vr etrprwcreu ihil. No one cnn road nd un
derstand Mr. DuchanIsn's umasterly reply to the mne.
morial of Taykir and oth'ers, and not be impressed
with the e'oviction thlat his Administration has been
most unJstl1 suspected by the Kansa shriukers of
the South. By the explicit language of that reply,
the President stands boldly out before the country as
the stern executive'of'hi. Constitution, the proclaim
d.find --.i.f Snouthe lhmsuad th-3 unilinag ena
--- f a .re e m. secou: :-; ker.'.
- vaeare B.., an. L % ' , ca
- - o --oes :-7'an '.;-: w~ iv'-- -
0, ri it Or. SCO
th::r ~ or..r. en 7 van-he hi m. 5 ut for hC
.4. .es .~ 7; W -
have ~~ beenav imele y dus ads icost
-4 aG 10 V . N
.oud *te aanoes*.ie ste an seilyt n
0.- wuu zs -, . - i rvo
dtulg i.r,4- vr Uii.t ihe deeoi mpreJ c;u f -
Belnt As d Ls ar.-devlop ieavtu. we isnm-u t nlfoun
our confitlence mspjlecel. It is tbls feeling of hope.
ful trnst, we bolienen u.in ha caused the grcat eulk
e of the people of o r S -toremain eAis. rmie at few,
Tore pocipitate but. ;oless patri tie thn the rest,
have ben iperti by-'ir doubts anvl uspiciuns to
earlind the acorovnotes iostrite, 1.1141 to ifally to isn
l, theith virtuous iiso tiui o tr e dhveioja.
11sents ii K otug1a,_dcveliispi4 ts hirliy h e pa t ic31.t re
adicnit hae bdeen hut mainrfectly iillted bv even
thu les t-iifruied and mst tgactoun sneht ie.
conro whteer.inittl, hesilLbbsstn
fcou ths, it onjyet res essirr tu retall, firet, the
iett at in. lcading.'journils g5.vL UIU K31isods
eiory in the ontroveirsolust to lithe Sithseiied
ly, tbe other fact thatso nio sthos journs have
since becothe peniiiedIuat Kanhas is alieroet cer
otily withinss our rasp epthirdly, t he enijahatie lire
idiction this W uclker's intheont wosul overwhel
thel proAudvery dinrty .ans. bal tut -Fri, me
and patrnag of the'go orlnont would C inirn
Mental in bringing aont thra to iuto the U nioss:
o fursoly, the lite annouament tht whsich inthAn
s cesi hare heesi felt, or, 11fqet, have hil iso p~ower of
Sconistrol whateier, and eLatly, the still iunheeting
doubtstid Cusjeturer i rrilto whmt willbe the
action of the Conentifn relect. it use nhlieinl
t'iuowledge of lie ra ntaeof aittLrs in the territori
which thee cidnges of "iniin show to ha e been
disuto and hE coul any correct ct lutih n lie
; onii ii. the lsrceus.72 Wis fssrthiernisorc nbk, Is
not the corsoedig of th ieiedub u (Bati'.sA
oftin, 'repr'ed to hee pSutey lpthet wde
eniusra t'or L~et1 the cifre o ntroeisyng c bthee
realy ..r..-i wi m ed~ lii;:n-'.. cii Cure br'i
th ;.rer, sussse , s:ifg t:hd ppenwi tus.hi oCcsasi,.
obeTh sfte W nsspollstr anntouncs thiceh ofAu
Mr. J.iW.ratioss, bean hso has bnoLi tied icth
ot rnt of hesiseahors fe yuthusin ourd tatey
fidthhim teing c wasenotrl at uitse not al
Trofeion; anid haty willar rutedf by the l'rl and
saility ownhice continouly boughl o bar inihis
wicn. o guidedmand in1 guidtae hasdine the an
asierisof yad he~ hasubeensiao the t l srut Kands
oiina, uf sthe y ricchinav sre clenewihin thap As
hiicinfluence and mofsrslt, is rich lisih meritd the
enhsi that thee wineremtany sor ho niksi.lbtweens
wob mre hsalinotn h eenp~dati streem.
n i thehonoabl prfr.-onwhc itrally5 i's
orltee ~ o:rreetm:~ ciir-o nr
eientimb'i hentaeter tha he1 wh-eoth
tiead *et toth.crr t*n.trctonofy*
un ; bt is. effort aeh-nu~el an h no
eras ofiSiitheCrolIi e aeth poples the douth ao
e r. ti K chrol.,Th dmtrin wof lStat l.gts iis the
rnristn of thei tath.r fyoThe advance ~tnent.
Souithr hiis visith wabsorng objecily a taieheir ca
-Ifthey coost act isn will tesit he NatistDeanedy
'itif wicev lie ormerisosl nadronghte tohea Intber.
Let the ereurt tod it sini delie they lit staf
inathe dicho fi~ it. they unSta d aa'ssenare
tili truva osictioniethrn the dseanth,.F an regard
notis- thf emptyli taunt si their fathenll siersitorin
ofii thea tiated gslirond. heoir occupie by tasst ar
Caolia. Theyai iaro iiyinat dirsse cous e eifcual
Sh, inndthr-y area not tio be diverte h erea tby
thena' protvhoking~ n flingsif thoe tho. iem to coneive
themelve the eciis~ar~ gardsians ofhilch i r lofhy !
adv thonorals o amonstr usi Leasdt oifri all, are0 they to
athe~vi Jscurya papeufar. hich is low lieve by~a~ many
tio rersnit tidi a malprnf the D'.r. Ii.Luemners~ aie 2
ta corc, isxponents la ofsheaar poua in of out
.rTu lu rA~suiur hSte ~ Kutck hasshiirt sia re
ae ived retsiaiurs rom foty-)1erit conisf tthear hum
es:; a ts 1:,00vrthin isi e prevn it s ye:a . Tha'Is i. .
-eudes a litatle mora hian ara:a ahal S ftate. sC~ra
hiiis.Tnai Ei~lcS :a-rery50 enutosre pulic in
reasr toedn safk~l theirfb Cise alSu;-;eiiari Ca
-Saiter bihtdes te ssoae firt-aje~atere ut.
fthay he-seaa a poithnu Ah finnl horemdidcray
thate t eal kow dayse aguy from1 eillg stm. ar~s
Cfar-ni hy arei in a w bot osin ofeangsof
.2DAr a ineetinghelid in Norfilk on the 10th insi
$300 were raised'fur the reEctiod pn[asengers of ti
steamship Central America.
O.& In our " E. 1'e." lust letter from the moul
tains two or three mitakes occurred. Initem
of "Mfessrs. SuAw & Sox are the Contractors at It
Whitmiro fill," it should have been Messre. SLoAx
Sos, &c. Toccoa falls are one keindr'avl cidght.
feet high-not one hundred and fifty-six as etated.
; Mr. WILLIAM VAucus, the last surviving s
diLer of the rovolutionary struggle in Sumter Distric
died recently in tha..District, at the residence of h
daughier Mrs. Dorpm, in the ninety-fourth year
;.- Gov. Allston, Hon. F. W. Pickens, Col. C. I
Memminger, Ciil. .T. D. Allen and others were
Groenville C. 1I., a few days since.
Sir Tt is estimated that the valne of the produe
of the country, received at New York on Friday In,
exceded half a million or dollars, of which mo
.an a quarter of a million was in breudetuf'.
20 The well known and extensive dry gon
-.e uf Mosars. Caleb CopO & Co., of Philadelphi
pliendcti. Their liabilities are nearly $700,00
~e4- From different sections in the West the a
. .. * '.ied of the prospects of the cotton cro
54-'-tj j. . ]':ties, one of the Editors of t
-.a.t Juarmd, died in Montgomery on the 22d ini
IT! house of Rlbert Patterson & Co., este
g.- deaiers of Philadelphia, failed on the 2:
a latp arnount.
X*XETARY PARIC-BANI SUSPBIIONS.
Accl'sri', September 2t, 1857.
eitlLelClt ill Philadelphia coltiii
of PeinsIylvania, is paying no spec
.Weanies' Bank is redeeng its ten
irard Bank its fives, but refused cheel
t. the others are taking checks.
T ,Savings Inititutions require two weel
n1.;.- before paying cheeks.
A meceting of the Presidents of the Banks
nu4iore resolved on a total suspension of f
The news of the Philadelphia suspension <
reaching Baltimore caused additional excitene
among the Banks there.
The . radesnien's Bank pays everything;
also does the North American.
The Penn, Township and Consolidation Ban1
have totaLly suspended.
Theyi all pay certified cheeks except the Girar
Some receive nio deposits.
The following Banks are imyiung fives: Cot
mereil, Philadielplia, an1d Malnfiturers': :it
the Mereltants', Farmer's aml Mechanie's In
specie for tns. Also, the Northern Libert
and Western pay specie for five.; in cens
The nank of the Metropolis at Washiigton
firin aml pays all demands. The Patriotic at
Vashingtoti Banks pay only fives and sim
chee4ks, but there is every confidence in the
ability and integritv.
Ru-ArTMOin:. Sept. 24, 18->7.
Monev was lower.mt th, streets to.day. at
railroad~ sbarts hini' udvanced-. Tiaivinrg
Banks are firmi: lit all otlers totalv suspend,
't ten o'clock this fr1etoon. The' merilan.
i.'t it.ADE.PHItA. Sept. 21, %57.
The banks of Pittsbur:!. Igrrisburg, Recadhi
and 4 Lancaster have suspended livetnt.
NFw YORK. Septemlevr 26;.
A cireinlar issued by the bank.i to-davy, sa
that all collections mituring out of the iltv, W
lhe either riealledl or be subject to draifts<4
lBanks pay'able in funds, current at point of' pa
All the Banks are strotng, no signts of' suspe
Bos-ros, Sept, 2U1, 185.
There was greant excitenment here to-day
but the b~anks havingr malatIhirge adidit ions
the~ir spee, retmain ii. .\ll the New Ent
landi baniks are able to smud the' pressure'.
Me Lovejoy, an extensive clothier in this ei
BA ITr1MOla:, Seplt. 26;.
Ameeting of' the Presidenits of' all the Bant
took place this mioring, and thyrsled uip
a total suspentsiont ofl specie paymnetnts.
Doecn-rm'i tMois.-The Houston ('Texa
Tde;iriph, il the l ith inist., says tha't thtere in
ininfl rnno there, birought fromti Montgm
and wichiEl there was ('redlitedI, to the ell'eet th;
in a di.iste a fei'wr dayv.utinee, ill 1hi.<k, Cheruik
-la re from:l H~arrison connty ; L. D). Stli
..; oflduntsviile,. thetn killd Evain
- - .ti '. -.amfE' ntit given, thein kcilletd i4choE
-- :e-Shmdeat hs illn t' illet. T.
- - --':' -b :he Tele.-n/ is hard to) bliE
---t: enu.riing' it. we tell it as it, w
''u.im ritillor has' hiiEef jIll li sll inl an
.:fs n.r. hi.a ~: nither: that noEr the I 1ous15
t hais~u t:e beilnce otf thtos~' w~ondiidn st ran:
r:m !ines'. wthich somel~ities ly thr'oughl the CEon
tryv iiithoutI any onlue to acknowledge who set
Josepth's ou,I of'? the1 l:1thhl. '.htihb s'.tates th
a r'Ceort, reachltEd that ityI EonE1 ~th . that Ue
killed in a ligrht at Lxwrnce, a fe,i' day~ beli
t0-rm.:HiS.--A telo reu piE dOiE'spEt 'l atthtni Saiva
tnh was5 rec'i ved itnt~ Wa:hington (El .ahtunha
and4l announced from the ppit byi'5dUUII ithet Rev'. 'lN
palen'gers5 by the~ Marine thtink thait I litre a
seltE hopes of' Caiptain1 ler'ndon4;'s sal'ety~,
severa1 v'essels' lig2hts were seen't at. a d istan
tn thle intal night, and14 b'e was seeun strt;glir
with; thle waves after' thei ship w.en'tt dlownt.
S:te 4s 1heli ;'e'ten iat Foirt Laraie i has 1 in':
lid . the1 EatEI luulpartme~t Ithat the ME rtmo
imave itnia4i ted:esures lto c(ioulo I lhe Iralle il
:;. le'S. le ('alls lluo thi' Secretary to r'
moive themtn saiving; that it' this is nort done14, th
MormonEr wil ~il 'become texceedlingly' trionhtl.E'tn
slopt1 E wEithi lie Intdian<t. It it plain tat th
MlornIoni arl" aclt ing in t hat maltteri' ni violatio
11AM Ml~lRG, Sept 'S,.1$"7,
The rceip~ts of C'ittun here for the wee'k en-lin.:
in t~lhe pat wee.k prEicE' nalvnnee-ILl to 10; et ihit 1.
Sturdly thle 3turnet ch.,.td duli ilnll co'.llnenco' i
the latlest :Li ices. W ow quote us ex~'treine'1- il
('uirrox.--.ales aIout l0't bl, nt fritt } o il ce:
e'ine itn p'rive.
The ;irneery Miarket. ie v'ery full. Slua and Mi
lasses aEli? iin th~ idecline. lacon~t renmlintS tirmtI-S
,1y' not eq~nu to the( dctmanud-wea qulte this~ weel
libbedca Slues 1fu @* 17:; Cleaur. IS @ 19; Htams, 1
(20 ; Shiulders, 15 @ 1 5& rents.
Cocrdia Lodge, Nos 50, A. F. MJ
AN Extra Comnmunuicationt of thi
Lodlge will lie hieldl at their NEJT
I IA 1.1,, in the Oddlu Fellows & M:
so-. ane Bluilig, ont M'tonday t.eening
tihe 5ith (ct., ait 7 ,'eiimck.
}Every membnder who sets this ntitC
is hetri'bv SU'M3tNEID to b~e in attendantce, a1
bu.inesLs oft the utmost05 imptanfl.ce iil It.'.brough
upl fuor thet action of' the Luudge. Anid atll inidebtec
li, thec Lodgle are requesteted also to enme11 ptrepare
to settle tip saidt dematnds
W There will also be an Extra Conmunientio
on Naturday evening next for Lhe purpose of coti
ferring degrees. By order of
E. -BL AND, W. M.
'D. R. DiatoE, Sec':y.
Sept23 e -328
- ARTHUR SIMKINS, EDITOR.
EDaGEl'IELD, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1857.
EV Several contributors, whose signatures it I
useless to give, are informed that we canut nccep
their crude and inartisti articlem. It is too much, t
undertake the renodolling of pieces which have s
0T.- -I. -1 9 * . tANT i
.- to com il
f wf n. 7..
withi A qMo fail of01' ats~en- n -mn
Call on them in Augusta, and you will find ever
word we have penned, "the truth and nothing bt
e Wo understand the Augusta merchants Intend, prel
r ty generally, to make their housee known to the pet
ple of Edgefield; and we promise them our assistanc
in doing so.
Espoeiail attention is direcied to the crd of It
0 Ls:nsci.uLTZ, who laas a really elegant assortnment t
clothing for men anal boys, besides other giod tuinq
in the wniy of superfine cipnri, &e., ko. But Lr.ur i
well known to be a fellow of consummate taste, an
it is only necessary to say that his shelves, his cat.nite
and unsider tla: conater are all'e'rowdod.
Soe "o the adrvrtisenent of Messrs. CuxautxnA
Co., of .Intmburg. We are glad to see old. HIan
burg still holing up her head in the race of trade an
, tralic, nua have no doubt the present firm will do amp]
11 jtstice to their positioni and prospects.
JoHx COLGA- is ailo on hand, a usual, with an at
ymirable array of airticles in hi, line. J. C. is makin
L clothe , as well as selling theta r.aly-made; hiselotl
are su;erior. his workmaan enpable, and there is n
chaiuee of quitting li store nstitel or unatisfied.
T1111 SEASON AND CROPM.
For the lat week we lave had fline autumn:
I. ether. the thermmetaiter rangitg from W0 :it earl
at mrni.to 710. :at : 'clcuk 1. M. After a long an.
i coarebting dotwhveat lengtih been visited wit
The cttont crip is etat ir lby the adrouth ni least i
third. in somite pinete.a il iy 'sne hai: anad thlis, we b
lieve, is true of the whole upj-eouttlry of South Cart
''Te cornt erufp is nt so good as wras anticipated
yet there i' anl :annd'aine..
Thet lesser crops of piotaatoes, peas', turnipa ke., at
The .S.,rtghumtf hats suceedaedi woll with us sop far
trie :1. -Ti. crap willIa be much intcreased next yena
The tyrtmadeo troin it the preut season is of goe
t- uality. N' 'ine with ut. hans masde sugsar of it, excel
ini the waty ul mtore eaxperment.
ELECTION FORL COLONEL, 9111 REG
L (ben. W. C. Monaseu has kindly furnishead uts wit
Ithe followintg corruiet re.sult aof the Electiaon foir Cislain
oaf thu Ninil th agiment. S. C. .M.. hiet ion the 25ia
insat.. tat il fte vacancy eniin.ad by thu resinataina.
ColXi. lb. F. S ritax.
J. W. To' rga:t. L. (X- -
W ,hite. lIhause...........:-i.................
P l'taant l.:iu... ... ..... ........ ... ..... ....
lki. 11i1...............2.............. -
(a.ieky -Po.............lt............ -.
TYHi EIDGEIIELD AG CULTCJ~JURA L FAin
.\s the timel, for ouar ... .\grieuthuiral Fair
an'ar a.t htanda. w.o wid ag~aint enal tito attenadena
eoar citizen.. to the f~awt. Then dlayvA alpiieintedi naru Fr
Court-. Wo0 aro init'orta--' that manay purtans taro er
teriaag itot thu businae.s it:h .lpiria. anad thtat there
I-r aw' hi ha laD . h alai to tiphis axhpectaationt if a
the fatrer andt gaarden-:rs i.i!abiu ,-itril: in; ist.att
wou~ahi .ttnd speriilutens at th~eir parmiine.:, antimatil t
i I-as re-t .:-b-.. .] is earnaeathy haoped. thtat ante
i! h thea c~a-s. It .e h... a fate hulal. lhaterlait
*iia .i-ta Lai:a in. 1: !.' i~a' nap haIl. li-tin u ntad
caan; if u's gauad w a,: helfer: ii ne s o rhlfea-ir, a i
if 'no I'at pig,' ta -iap :f Ou' ,heep.i, a .. i n get
a fitns iaamiaaai aof fo~w!; if nt. fiwI.. aihy ..:iyhita
- i el; fr .anythling andia every. hintg go tao make up~
C realy interestinag Fa.ir. Let panr fairaaers tao braina
samldsbof'i ae'edcorun, taew co.ttaan. whettat. pen~". A'
Aaid *o, .at otar gard-aeners showia lil thn ir i-sltaae
bo'nts iand the like : ita tnd :u rape'L-rai.-ers, theair wine.
janda our lors uf bl'otded *at.ek their stalli'on, y:el
*ding~., ntatres antd c'lta; tad our gude-..wiaves, lth
rariaots evidenices of thcir skiil with the nieedle; ain
our mechtanties, the results of' their handtaieirdt; tan.
our maillers, thenir tloatr; tanad oura orataatental ha'rticaul
I turista, their raises awli overgreent. it short, let oan
tfad all comeC to the Fatir, tund oane and atll brinag sOntaa
thing with them, be it much or little. In this way.
tt eiccaisiona will parove a de~lightfulh treant tao all coin
erne. lut if eachl ainei lhabb biac'k fir fear of lae
ing~ eathipsedt by .tome ouO ealse, te niair' ayt not lrav'
so,. nucce.-sful ns coutld be desit-td,
tI'o the enad thtat arrnaugemenotts maty lie made fur lt
I4ering a'f prnemaiumts atal fair the propier reglation e
the Fatir tin it her resplets. a p'relimsinttary nteetisng
e .alle~d fo'r unext 'Ttesdaay, to hao hebt at 11 n'chiock, .\
3. tin the Odda F-elliow's & 31aaoieai lall at this piaco
'All whot i wi. t Luce~ tai thoe uise-::t ad eniterauin
a iitionsta will plea'oe:s.eabtle pr.attptly onl thait aoc
eC~tiion, tt and show, by thaih re~alis. that Iwie havi
thte sa.ir- Lof. teial l.r->graests-nent uit, .re if we
ar Ii ihut :anrt ing 'raa-hor.e and' telegrap'hic ltle
*Anaoter woprdh. 145 thae prlpsit'ion that the ltadier
pr.-iad.- a li -nair. 1n:Fair 1)-:7. fiallean tos thae ground i
'Aid ag'aint. Waou~t noit thea ebaamts of muica ada
.et t-, th lie tasirte .f the iaee'.wsiia ?
Now'ai i.i the tine tao prartaao ,ai.;r~ roias faor the raait
- i' o ai~v thtem ittna the idlet rndi iditchl tan eacih side.
Wewondeir ni hio, oaf all '.ne~ ..ana-over.sners, will htavi
thdis wairk donei' msu'at a'facet:dtiy. Saomel walthly citi.
za'n, whao wiaa.ses ta a uthi i mprotvementt ~ I of hi,
Dist rich. taught tt '.ll'ar a ltuaau~nio rewaird for the
bisst-woarked'' sec'ation 'If itre'e sr four t mai les. It tnigitt
h Iave an a-imirn le e'fecrt. lIy fte wayv, did yiiu et'
abev (,Jtunilt the iety aerst riandIs genea.raaly lendi bi
thc pbaitationst tof the richeist.mtent ?.
70- Thlere wras, we untderstittl, rr alighit Fraost in
differnt sectios of this Districts on Wednesduy hash,
I the 23dne.L
FALL AND WINTER GOOD:
- TST roec:vd froin New York a large and w
L selected stock cf
FALL AIND WINTER GOODS
for Gentlemens ware, cmbracing EVERY A R'
d CLE OF CLOTHING, suitable for the season, I
t gether with a GOOD ASSORTMENT of my o%
manufacturing, made up in good style.
A fine steock of CLOT1hS, CASIMERES and VE
TIN GS, and other furnishing goods.
1- JOIN COLG AN.
Edgcfield Sept. 30. tf. ..36.
f THE FALL & WINTER TRADE
W E ire now receiving a LA RGE and VAT
at ED Stbek of Goods suitable to the pres<
nad approaching seasons, to which, we respectfu
t invite the attention of the trading community.
99, A more extendLA notice of our Stock will
r iven hereafter. 1LAND & BUTLEIR
re 0 Edgeeld C. TI., Sept 30 tf 38
Is NEW GOODS!
0. E. PENN, AGENT.
- AkS great pleasure in informing his cus
pmers and the public generally that he has i
ceived his stock of
10 T.1E3V7 GrW O O'D ,
t embracing EVERY STY LE and VARIETY enil
to tile Fall and Winter Trade.
- 111 Stoci has been selected with great care, i<
d with r egrard to Styles and prices.
Anud he will always be found ready and happy
wnit on his friends who may call to examine
Stock and get good-bargains.
Edgefield Sept. 30. tf. 39,
. MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGI
r 1E Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures in t
'S I ititution, will commenee on MONDAY, i
2d NOVEMBER next.
in Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. WEI
jl TON, bl. D.
Anatomy, II. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
in Surgery, L. A. DUGAS, M. D.
L Institutemand Practice of Medicine, L. D. FOR
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Ju
so prudence, 1. P. GARVIN, M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infar
s .1. A. EV E, M. ).
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V.
d. MILLER, M. D. - -
Chemistry and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEAb
1 Deionistrator of Anatomy, ROBERT CAM
tv lI ILL, M. ).
LI Asai.t40mt Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. SI
of IONS, M. D.
Cliniial Lectures will be lelivered in the C
s I spilaand at the dackson-street flospital.
Fee for whole Course, $105.
liatriculition Ticket (it) be taken once.) $5.
:.,r further particulars. apply t) any membet
the Faculty, or to I. IP. G ARVIN, Dean
A ugusta, Ga., Sept..30 18:i 5t :05
Plantation for Sale,
HE subscriblr u ollrs for sue his p'.antat
is Tcontaining about 6 5 0 A c r e s, lying
Beech Cree, near the Ridge Road.
There aro two Settlements on the Land-<
r goid Co':n 1Mill, neatly new-abont two hundi
acres in cultivntion, part tef which is very excell
Cotton lnmd, and a siall peortion of rich svar
V; well drained. nr now in vultivation. The e
ill will show its quahty.
m There is an abundant-o of line timber, plenty
.. water in every field. and a public Road through:
entire length of thec Tract.
R~idge Laind For Sale.
-[ Ie for Sale my VALUIAIILE COTT(
tA PANTATlON. containing about Fi
Hiundredu Acres, lying on the Edgelield
On it is a fine one Story Uouse, with baeern
ande a plety of (out buildings of every kind, atll mi
ty And to every field there is a good new gate s
painitetd, and a plenty of water; ;,as, a pienity
hine Grapes, an.Orchard, Shrubbery &e., and
ks abundanee eor fine timaber and good drinakin:a wat
a Call and examim.-I know you wilt be ph-asied.
Sept. 30 tf 3
" Horn's Creek Land for Sale
at 'I'I all t'Subscribe.r oliers for s:ile his ex~eiI
se JTruet ofl Landi, foriierly belenginig to Ailr.
4.* S. .Jeleuson, eemnining 4112 Acres, nied
Sj .ini ng lands of'. A. Lindsey, .la~s. 1H. Grilein atnd
. Ptettis. Two hundred nerest or this Tract aere unt
.fence. and mosiait of it in a tine~ sate ofl enitivati.,i
itI-- thamele, we~ll-tirnbered oa~k, hickory and p
lkni.!: Tihiand is very prodnective, in attestatior
-r r-hehfnt ban exaintioniii of thle piCeint erof
solteitedl. Th~re are 'en thte preiseS a em'nlortab
' I well ing Ileoose, Gi~ n !!lause atial scre.V.nd a~bll
as euisite eiuthiuildings. TIerms, vryr reasenale.
e I;.: Si -r- n'sresdec on the II
st.T OCOWS; cene is a bhLtek, wi
sei white spots ; the other of a reed anid wIl
color. The ear marks I do not rceclleet. He.
t C. Scots s:dle ont thte 10th inst.
"-Any inlibrmatioen of s.tid Cows will lie thaiikfti
l reeceiv'eid, andl a li!.cral comupensation given foir ni
e.- troublie iincurred. . L. AlDDISON
Seplt.31) - it .
"A LONG AND LOUD CALL
2 To the Stockholders of the Edgefield 0
tel Fellows' & Masonic Building Associatio
"I The Regular ANNUAL MEETING of the $tot
re hobbl rs of this Association will hibelheld in th
a Hall, on Tune..d::y evening the 6th~ of October nte:
e at 7 o'clock.
gIt. iunnecessary for me to sny, that it. is desii
ble fer-every Stockholder to be pere.sentt either iii
so'nally or byv pirox. 1T IS A BSOLUTELY N
dCFS.iR TIIAT1 EACH ONE SHOULD A
~'TENH IcR lBE RI~I'RESENTE~D. Yeou ha
'' vestedl powers in yiour (tflice'rs, which they~ w
Ii he ceopelled1 tic exerei~se unless ye:u will all attel
r aned ndtipt sbeinett other ioutrsie.
Your absence will he taken as full assent
" whaet miay ib' de, hiowever mucih youi may regr
'-it. 'Terefoere, come ande attend to what is legi
. inately your eon businiess.
Our Contractier is her ebyi eartrestly requestced
"i he leelent By irder oif thei P'resient.
S. F. GOODE, Seie'y andl Trens.
- ept '21 03
- STATE OF SOU'I'I CAR~OIANA,
- IN ORDIN.- RCY.
Y B W. F. DUR~ISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefie
SWhecreas. Bailey 3M-rchantt andh B..J. Lncins Per
have applied to me for Letters of Adtministraition 001
and singular the roeods arid chiat iles, richeti and creel
oft Reebert Merchant late otf the Distriet afuresai
t These nr-:, therefore, to cite andu admonish all al
-sigular, rte kindred and creditors of t he said decea
ed,~ to be anid appear hefoere mieit our next Ordlinarl
Court for rthe said District, oi lbe hohlen, at Edgerie
C. H.. on the 1t:h day of Ocitober next, to slhe
cause, ifanty, why the sad adminisi rationishiould not0I
nGiven nuider my hand and seal, ihis the day of Sei
inteya four Lord! one thinisrindl eight hundne
S andee fiidy.seven and in the 82ndl year oaf Amnerict
hadependence. 3VF. D)I!RISOE, 0. E. 1).
September 30 bt 3
COM1E GENTLENENl, TRIEATI!
H RN yeeu go to lIinbrg you can get goc
TV atmr at Dia. Crxx~t.i~ss, at the Amer
canu Hotel, and GOOD DRINKING at thte bar
OurRou, wichisnitnue dl tee the leitel, at
e ne h uevso of the Subscriber.
I eJOilN C. BOIILER.
T Unmbturg, sept. 30 6mn 38
it TOTICE is hereby giveni that application "'
- hei~ made at thre next Sessieen of the Legisl
ure, to vest one half of the esehested .estate
Charles McGregor, late of Edgefield District,
Sep. 30 3m 38
CHE, APER THA-THEHIIEMEST I
READY MADE CL0T HING,
R ESPECTFULLY inforns his friends anud the
public generally, that he has juit returned
from the North, after selecting from the best Mar
S kets a FULL ASSORTMENT of
READY MEADE CLOTHING,
Of the very latest styles, and embraci'ngALL AR
TICLES usuhtly ke't-f tle oflit of
GENTLEMEN, YOUTHS AWD CHILDREN.
Also, a flue-assortuents of
.1- Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Eosiery
lt CRAVA'tS, LTNEN AND SILK HTANDtCIfI S
ly TRUNES, LADIES AND 11XES,
VAL ISES, ., &A.- '
be Also, the latest and most approd Ir fe
Hats, Caps, Shoes, &c.
'Sept 30 3t --
Cheap Cash Stoe!
o- NEW FALL GOODS 1
-.-.................... -- .. : , _ . _
W ILLIAM H. CRANE, Augusti, Ga.,
has just received from New !orki a large
ed and splendid assortment of
th Fall and Winter Dry Goods
Which he offers on the lowest terms for CASH.
to As that is the only way he does business, he is pre
jis pared to give
Rich Striped and Plaid SILKS, new styles;
- Plain Black Gro D'RLine, 75 ets to $1,25;
, Rich figured and plain French Merinos, cheap;
Elegant fine figured French Cashmeres and De
is Debages and plain Muslin D'Lnnes, at 12J is.;
he A large assortment small and large.fig'dPIULNTS
from 64 to 121 cts. -
V- Fine bright colored Printed DeLAnes, 25 ets;
Plain Colored Alpaceas and English Merinos,
25 to 37 eta.;
A large assortrment GINGHAMS, 121 to 25 et.
D, Ladies Zephyr Wool gearfs and Capes, beautiful
styles - -
is- Rich Silk ilaid Cordova's and.Yalenei;:
Jaconet and Swiss Embroidivred Collars,25 cents
ts, to $5;
Black Velvet Ribbons and Dress T1 immings;
M. A large assortment CLOAKS, new styleseheap;
Irish Linens, Diapers and-Table Cliiths
'S, Rich Bonnet Ribbons, new st) les, lelst-Ribbons;
Cloths, Cassimeres,Satinett and .leans, veryoiw;
P- Kerseys, Plaid Linseys, Cleeks sd Fihnels;
Bleelced Sheetings, Shirtings ami deangeheap;
Qi- Brown Shirtings, Sheetings anl Drllings:;
Together with all other kinds of Goods usually kept
in a Dry Goods Store.
f TEKIIS CAS1I. Good at lotuprices.
Augusta, Sept 28 3t 3
Cheap Dry Goo
BROOM & N0 RRElL
on AUGUSTA, GA
on REunow receiving at thir NI V STORE,
..t No.. 238 l3road-street, a large and elegantL.s
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
p, lTer stoek is one of the L.UtGVST.arl MOST
op ELEGANT in their line in thecity, and'eomprises
all of the latest and most complete st) les of the sea
of son. rTey wo~uld respect fully solicit public patron
le age, and cordially invite all to examrine.their Goods.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
YFtmey Dress Silks. Plaidsand Stripes ;
Rh'Silk ilobes A'quille, v'ery heavy ;
Rich Blayadere Si'ks ; Poplins;
l land.saume Foulards;
S Plain lRiack Silks, all widlths and high lustres:
eC Illnek lirocnde Silks, Stripes, Plaid and Fisures,
nd 3Mourning and laInf Mourning Silks, Rich French
Printed all Woeol Delaines, Robes A'quil:e, Bays
nt, dere Stripes, Cashmere D'ecosse, Vtalenein Plaids
w-. and Tarlatans, anid a variety o.f other Goods for
if- rinted Colburgs ; Paramattas ;
an . English imd French lerinnes ; ' -
r. Plain and Printed Detain, s and Persians, all
'French, English and American Prints, great va
- French, Eniglish aind American Oinghiams, great
'l'lain, Printedl andl Operat Flannels;
nit Cloaks :mtd mntillais, o''thle latest styles, fronm
L. low prieedl ta. very r ch, int great variety:
d- Cheni:ile Shawls and se arfs, an.1 ;a.,st every
11. !desc.riprtion, fromr~ low prlieedl to v.-ry fine <ptrality;
Ir A 1-n-ge n.,-atment of Lien Clr har, aill colurs, fur
-Cloaks ;an.l Ia1 \lanilas
ine Mianiing Go.>ds, of every style, suitable for the
ii, Hla.:.Skirt<a. eve:y style anad quality u.-d ;
'le' Coraetsi~r Frneh and liailronad.
Of~ all kind.s, niari a fair :assortmnt r . l-'ren.-h Work
ed Unilbs, Sh-eaves, linnda, F-larnneaing, Embroid
-ereda .Skirts, l1antiker,iefR llutma' Waists, Work
ad Eriginus.and lIn'ertinus.
G evs, of ;all knds, for Ladies, Gents rad Roys;
~th llosierv, "." "
t Flanniels, large assortment, :all prices and qjuali
e ties -
h1 i Merino Vests. for Ladies, Children nn~d Gents.
S-PANTALOON GOODS. .
l l stlsCasmr, I nrsikins, Coaduroye, Sat
inett.4. Twe..ds, Plain aind laids ; Kaet~..eky Jesus,
nyCarohlna .l.atn; Merino Cassimiers, four Children;
l'laids and Rrb Rouys, for-Children, &c.
_ PL A NTA TION GOOD~S -..
Lirgest assort mernt and gre :ttest variety of Plan
t::tion mod Scertants' gorods ini the city,'.omnprising
thte tmost durable Goods in thne mnarket in :hte way
d inr lKereya, whtite aind Prowun lains, nvy Twills,
aLinseryn, Otsnabunrgs and Stripes, ! lomn.spns, Plaids,
irNegro Blainkets, White adGrey;
'a- Macekinaw "
Faner of every dceriptio.n.
lRed 'Blankets, frotm a tsmall Crib Blanket tea
veeur large and superior Blanket.'
il As we have but one price, our Goods will be of
fered at the lowest prices, wech we guiaantee to
be ast low as any in the South..rn eounttry. Our
saystemi tnot only' comnpellb us to sell our Goods it
tO the lowest prices, but it also protects thte buyer
Lt from paying 'aver market price, as lhe inivariably
idoes. where there is an asking and a takitng price.
All Orders will receive our personal and prompt
to attention, andl our best judlmnt int executingr thema.
a'ugstaBROO.\ & NOfR R.KL,
A gsaSept. 31. t. 38.
- Welsh and Saxony Flannels!
H AS received from New-York.
,elWelsh Flannels, warranted not..to
Superior Saxony and Patent Flunnels, of extra
-V qua'ity ;
il1 Welsh Gause and Silk Warp Fl~mnels ;
.' Hecavy Shaker Flannels, of superior style and
11.avy White Domnestic Flanels, at how prices;
ml Superior Red Flannels. for Servants, at very low
alThe public are respect tilly requested to call and
I.examine the assortmntt..
et A u-.ustai Sept. 30. tf. 8.
nTRAYED) from the Subscriber's plantation,
ear Edgefield C. 11., a B.\Y M.\ll 3 .1 LT[E,
of mtedium size, anid in good order. -Her mtouth
has been cut or split up b th brdeor .ether
-catse--has a small white spot iit t''p oif the head'
caused by the moving of the bridlle,- andi Urandred
on the shoulder wvith a letter C or 0. No other
An lefomtion of said. Mule, a'idressed tao the
d Overseer, HI. 11. Galtnan, at hEdgetiehld C. I1., or
left nit this 011ice, will Ire thank fully rt-ceived andi
rensonuable comipenat'on allowe'd ihr 'any -trouble
ineurre~d. F. W. PICK ENS.
Sept. 303 tf 38
Lost or Mislaid.
Not on Smith & McGregor, paynable to J1. C.
11.Loveless or hearer, for $30), and payable one
of day after d-ite. . Dated tibopt June 1st, 18%, as
n well as 1 can recolleet.
J A. ADDISON,
e. It 38