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UBi'Ul HL I I'! ' HHMU OIIMIJ'IWI
Saturday, Jan. S, 1830.
With a view of Accommodating our Sub
ncribcrs who live nt n distance, the following
gentlemen arc autnoii;ed mid requested to
act ax agent* in receiving und forwarding Sub criptions
to the Kkowick Courikh, viz:
Maj. W. S. OursiiAM, at We it Union.
Edward Htuni s, Esq., " lloiveSUue.
E. 1\ YiaixKii, Esq., " Bachulvr's lletreat
M. F. Mmni:i.i., Esq.. " Pieki nsville.
J. E. Hago*d, " Twelve Mile.
T. J. W?:bb, for Anderson District.
We acknowledge onr obligation-* to the lion.
Jamks L. Our for the President's Message rnd
sundry other documents.
THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE.
We received the President's Message in due
1 i - i -
iiuu iiutu ?i\en u piace ill our columns
to the exclusion of almost every thing else.?
The Message is far from leuliziug our anticipations,
and we lire sure that Ohl Zack's Southern
admirers will be disappointed when they pe
ruse the document. We havo not room this
week for comment; perhaps next week we
will take a bird's eye glance at ihe principles
therein set forth.
After a protracted contest for the Speakership,
the House of Representatives organized
on the '22nd of December, by electing Howoll
Cobb, of Georgia, Speaker of that body. Mr
Cobb v.'as elected on the 04th ballot and had the
House adhered to the usual mode of electiuy
that officer, we suppose the 4th of Julv weuld
have found tlicm still balloting for Speaker.
Although wc cannot altogether approve ol
the innovation made on this occasion, still, pur.
hups ,thc existing circumstances would justify
a departure from our ancient mul approved
Bustoms. For sixty years past it has been the
usage of tho i .ouse to require a majority of the
number of votes givcu toiled, but on this occa
ion a bare ]?lurnlity was made sutlicient to
elect, by reason of the adoption of the following
Resolved, y|>ni (lie House will proceed
immediately to the election of a
Speaker, viva voce; and if, after the vote
shnll have been called three times, no
member shall have rcccivcd a majority ol
the whole number of .voles, tho roll shall
again be called, and the member who
shall then receive the largest, number ol
votes, provided it be a majority of n quorum,
shall be declared to be chosen Snca
The resolution was adopted by?yeas 11 ft
nays 1 Oil.
The South Carolina delegation voting against
the adoption of the resolution, bccausc some ol
them believed it unconstitutional, and others
that it would be a dangerous innovation upon
ancient and approved usages.
On the first ballot under the now resolution
Cobb received 90; Winthrop 90; (Scattering 87
2nd Bal. Cobb 90; Winthrop 92; Scattering
3d Bal. Cobb 97; Winthrop 97; Scattering
'I he fourth and last ballot was now called
for from all sides, and we may well imagine tin
extreme excitement which must have prevail
ed in the House. When the Hall was eiloncex]
the clerk proceeded to call the roll for the 4tl
and last ballot, which resulted thus: Cobb 102
Mr. vtanley offered a resolution declaring
Howell Cobb of Georgia duly elected Spcakei
of tlio House of Representatives for thc8l?t
Congres*, whi h wax opposed and the yens am
nays taken? y a: 14'.?; nays ?3. <So Mr. Cobb
was declared Speaker of the Ilonse of Repre
sentatives for the 31st CoiigrOd?, U. 8.
We arclndebted to a private letter from r
friend?an eye witness?for certain other fact>
relating to the plurality rule, which we give tc
our readers for wliattlicy arc worth.
Tlio resolution was supported by tho Whigs
supposing that a large vftto could bo concentrs
ted on Winthrop by their party, than could b(
given any democrat. After tho iirown 'flare
tip,'?tho bitter denunciation of Wjjmot Provi
soism in every form, by Southern men?tho ap
plauding of Toombs, while speaking, by South
cm Democrats, and they refusing to vote foi
Potter, professedly a Cass democrats but really
a Proviso mnn, and the consequent dissatisfac
tion of hb friends of the North nnd Northwest
at that refusal,?the whigs concluded the dem
ocratie party wns broken up. A nd that eon
elusion vrnt confirmed by tho fact that tlioj
could give Boyd only 80 votes, which tliuy fid
down as the democratic strength, whilst the;
eouhl give Winthrop 100. The cnlculatioi
would have l>ccn eorrcct but for tho timoly air
of the Indinra, Ohio nnd Michignn democrats
who had sworn they would not vote for r
slave holder, but finding themselves hemmed ir
by tho plurality rule, voted for the democratic
nominee, rather than be the means of electing r
* big, for which thoy would be held aecounta
ble by their constituents,?so 'the frown" o
their constituents were stronger than their oathi
and they voted for Cobb to tho utter amaze
ment of tho whigs.'
Tho Frco Boilers voted for Wilmot. Toombs
Stephens, Owens, Morton nnd Cabell took t
high Southern ground, and refuged to voto foi
Winthrop. Of tho South Carolina delcgrtion
Meswrs. JJurt, C->leock,Orr, McQueen nnd Wnl
laco for Cobb. Holmes voted for Colcock am
Woodward for Boyd.
Inconsequence of his refusal to sign th<
Southern Address, Cobb wan somewhat objee
tionable.but when choice was to bo lnado froit
him and Winihro *, Cobb i ovldcntly infiuitolj
preferable to nil the South,'and we congratulati
those of our delegation who voted for him. Uj
on the whole we aro pretty well pleased at th(
election of the Speaker, which will giro u<
very many advantages in the appointments o
commit tees which we could not otherwisi
LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
This body adjourned on the 10th December
having completed a great deal of business, ant
leaving, for want of time, a still larger quanti
ty of business unfinished. Thirty-five Acts
wore passed, ns will be Been in another column
the majority of which pertain to local matters
and therefore contain nothing of general inter
est. For the special benefit of our readers wi
briefly sketch tlic substance of such Acts and
Resolutions of the Legislature as will he direel
The Commissioners of Road* of the 6th am!
'2nd Regiment-", S. C. M., have heretofore hat
hut one Treasurer, which they found iuconvc
nient, and by the petition of Coininiseionen
of Koatls of 5tli Regiment they were author
: ized to elect a Treasurer to each Board.
I The following id a verbatim extract from tin
1 Road Hill as passed by both houses of the Leg
y?:c. 25. "That the Commissioners of Road:
ami Ferries of Tit kens District 6th Regimen
S. C. M., be and is hereby authorised to np|x>in
n 7'reasurer to each of their Boards of Com
iiussioners 01 juhuis, anu unu msieau oi uv<
percent, two ami a half percent be allowec
each Treasurer for receiving and distributing
the money collected by such Boards.
"That a new road be opened nnd declared:
public road, commencing at some convenicn
i" p:>int on the road lending from Pendleton t<
PickeiwviLle, thence by Symtnoq' Mills t<
Sloan's 7an Yard on tlie road from Pendletoi
to Pickens C. H.
'"That a new road be laid out from Ander.-ot
C. II., via PcndletoM Village, to Pickens C. II.
and that J. \V. Harrison, lilias Earle, J. D
Scott, Geo. Seaborn, and Klain Sharpe be ap
pointed commissioners to superintend and laj
out the same from Anderson to Pendleton ?
that Miles M. Norton, Win. Sloan, K. M. Keith
Jno. 1). Sitton mid F. N. Garvin be appointee
commissioner* to superintend and lay out tU<
i same from Pendleton to Pickens 0. II.
r "That the Koad from Anderson Court IIousi
! toTownvillo, via Shallow Ford, lie chtingci
? from a point at or near A. D. Ilembrea's lit>usi
F to its jvine.ion with the loan's T" rry Hoa<
west of Seneca river, and that Samuel Brown
1 David Simmon.', .Tames Gilmer, L. A. Osbori
nnd A. D, Heinbree, bo appointed Commission
; era to superintend nhd lay out the same.?Tha
the Koad from Anderson Court House to Cray
!? tonville, be changed from the Court llouso t<
r Bobert Smith's liouss east of Droadawny creek
and that Geo. 11. Brown, Jama* F. Wyntt, J. 1
> Reed, Stephen McCully, and Wm. Nevitt, be
appointed Commissioners to superintend am
lav out the same: also, that thn Flo.nl from An
dcrson Court House to Andcrsonvillo bi
changed at various places whore it may bi
deemed necessary, and that James Oilmei
Clayton Webb, John B. Wynno, and Willian
Mills, be Appointed Commissioners to snperin
tend and lay out the same; and that the sai<
ronds 1k> and they are hereby declared to bi
public roa<ls, and tho standing commissioner
of tho respective Regiments in which sai(
Roads are located, aic hereby required, when
said Bonds f-hall have been laid out as heron
provided for, to t ake charge of, open, and kee]
open the same in repair. According to law."
A clause was inserted in the nppropriatioi
Bill nppropriatin * two thousand dollars to tin
building of a basement storv and offices to tin
Court Houro in Pickens District. Also thi
sum of four thousand five hundred dollars fo
building a new Jail in Ander.'on District?tin
said sums of money to Ik* drawn from tin
Treasurer of the upper Division, and applicc
under the direction of the Commissioners o
Public Buildings of thn rcMv>i>livn niitrixiaf..
tl?u purpose* Above mentioned.
V/o also take pleasure in a-nouncing tha
(hero will bo $471,24 in addition to the usi
nl appropriation ($1050,) placed at the disposa
of the Commissioner? of Free Schools. On cx
amining the Ikh/Ks of tho Treasurer, it appeal
c(l that the nlx>vo amount had been ?uuk to th
?Stato and passed to tho credit of the iDistric
r in 1848, whereupon it was resolved that th
Commissioner* of Free Schools for Tickcns Dif
trict be authorised to draw from the Treasury
in the usual way, the sum of $474 24 in addi
tion to the annuel appropriation.
r The following gentlemen were Appoints
f magistrates for Picken.s District:
r W. IC. Ka*!ey vice H. It. Gaston, res'tit
> Jno. Shorpo, ? A. Alexander, dee'd.
1 I O. H. 1'. Font ? J. B. E. Caradine.
' | No change made i:i Commissioners of Itoad
1 i Public Buildings, or Frea schooR
1 ! The following is the substance oftheprovii
5 I ions of the most important acts cf generid intr
1 j est, Diiti at wo have not tho nets before u
but npeak from i ^collection, it may be thr
^ some important clauwes iiavo efenped our men
* ory, and if to, when wu are butter informed oti
reader* may expect to hear from u- again.
'An Act to amend tho law in relation to fh
> lien ofjudgement*.' Provide# that all judg<
k meats obtained, whether by confusion or otl
r wise, ee entered and recorded in tho Clerk
, nrtd Sheriff's offices of the District in which th
- Defendant rodde?, or haa his most notoriou
I places of residence, and judgement* not thu
recorded have no lien on the estate of such I)<
'An act to amend the liccnso law of th!
i State.' By thin amendment, tho Tavern an
; 1 T:?t/iU licrtusvfi ar* pla.-o.J *n an eqijal fpotin
3 j ?9 to the pricc, which is now Fifty dollars each.
Jul. Tlic qualification of applicants for either li?.J
cense are made much mure stringet, without al
< I lowing any additional privileges. The alteraf
tion includes many other unimportant changes
i too tedious to mention here.
: 'An Act to amend the law concerning the
publication of Sheriff's Sales for Pickens Dis
triet;' repeals eo much of the vlct of 1839 as
j required the &heri(Yof Pickem District to pub- I
lish his sales in the Pendleton Llessenger, and
makes the general law of force as to the adver
tisenn nt of the j alos of that officer*, and will
' require him hereafter to advertise in the Keo"
' ' wee Courier.
" I 'An vlct to alter the law in relation to slaves
' hiring their own time,' prohibit* tho master nfl
tor tho first of May next, on a penalty of fifty
dollars, from allowing any servant to hire his
^ own time.
I From the Baltimore Sun.
Washington, Dec. 19.
' On motion of Mr. Mangum the Senate
" proceeded to fill up the list of Commiti
oloptiiuf nil k?? 4 '
,?v. , v.vvmo^ nil VMJ ivawiuiiun l*At'f|)UULr !
s those on tlie District of Columbia, the
Judiciary, nnd the ^Territories, which
were at Mr. //ale's suggestion, elected by
t The following are some of the most
On Foreign Relations?Messrs. King,
; Ronton, Webster, Footo and Mangum.
I On Yinance?Messrs. Dickinson, llunj
tor, Phelps, Douglass and Penrce.
On Commerce-Messrs. Hamlin, 6'oule,
i Davis of iVas.s., Dodg% of Wisconsin,
t nnd Roll.
> On Manufactures?Messrs. Sebastian,
. TIihI.m- Jmina 1 ?t-1
j ?vwuvoi vain IV Clint U|JII?IIII.
t On Agriculture Messrs. Sturgeon,
JTurnev, Walker, Sprnunco and Corwin.
i On Naval Affairs?Messrs. Yulce, Milium,
Badger, Bright and Miller.
' On Public Lands?Messrs. Felcb, Borland,
Underwood, Shields and .Smith.
On the Judiciary?Messrs. Butler,
Downs, Berrien, Bradburrv, Dayton.
On Territories?Messrs. Douglass, Un'
derwood, Butler, Cooper and Houston.
' On the District of Columbia?Messrs.
' Atagon, Yulce, Shields, A/illor and Berrien.
I Railroad Drpot Locatfd in Orf.f.nvili.e.?Major
Brown, the prompt and
energetic engineer of the company, has
i> purcliuKod the lot of Mr. T. M. Kox,
n 1 vintf in the forks of the, Augusta nnd
Pendleton roads, on the West side of
t llecdy river, for u Depot, nt %5,000.
- There About 22 ncrc?, in the lot, and a
t? good dwel ing bouse. The purclin?> is
:, a favorable one for the company. The
? surplus land, if any, can be sold at a good
(. price, and the location is n capital one for
1 the whole village, beinnr so situated on the
- current of t avel and business will contin0
ue, as heretofore, through Buncombe
u street nnd Main street to the river.
-, Tne location of the Road from Green1
ville. to Brown's, preparatory Ihe letting
All f i v* A .-1 -- 1 * 1
. ..IM , .MHI.HIB, i* m-Hi iy CitmpiCMCd,
1 and wo linve fbe ph asure to learn that
b f he distance 1ms boon reduced about one
mile, making (lie whole distance fo
1 Bpown's about '25 miles onlv. T< e conB
t?*aots for fwlinty wijl be let out about,
i the first of Fehrunrv.
5 Tbe stockholders in Greenville are
nnvingr up hnndsomolv. nooordino" to the
^ to<rm arranged. Mr. MoTloo bos nlreadv
b paid un the .Tuvn-v mstnlmnpt on his
B munificent subscription of r.0.000?oth
D o)-c iro floincr die sTirie thin" in advanoo.
r Wo frn?f tho ronimnv will meet with
8 no diOTionbies in making collections.
f FATHER MATHEW.
r 7*^5* distinguished philanthropist reach
ed Wilmington on Thursday. on his way
t to Charleston. He designed spending a
n dfiv or two there.? Carolinian.
1 " RELIGIOUS NOTICE.
Rev. D. Humphreys nnil Ro?\ J. 0. Williams
will preach nt this plncc on 2nd Sunday in this
0 month, commcncing tho night of Friday
0 They will olso preaeli nt Bethel on tho Mrtndny
following ; nt Richland on Tuesday ; at
Bachelor'- Retreat on Thursday, and at B<a*<.r.
'* dam on tho Friday nftor.
d MONEY! MONI? V!
Those iti leb'.r'd to the Into firm of
1. Thompson ?fc Keith will find their Notes
nnd Accounts in the hands of officers for
collection if not paid by the first day of
|9 March next.
E. M. KE1TII.
Jan. 6, *50 tf
' EJECTION NOTICE.
1 An Election will he held in tho Court
House on the'Jnd .Monday in January,
ir inst., for an Intcndantand four wardens,
for the Village?Mai. W. L. Keith, Col.
J. W. Norris, and Dr. J. N. Lawrence
will act ns managers. By order of Coun1
MILES M. . JRTON, o c.
u 4th Jan. '60.
w Jiidp for Youmlveii.
Those indebted to mo cither note
or account must call and soUlc* or they
lii will have costs to pay.
d J. N. LAWRENCE.
* Jan. 5, '60 t/
1 J 'J. - L.J lj J 1 i?JSg
Those indebted to the subscriber enn
save cost by calling and settling their
notes and accounts as longer indulgence
cannot he given.
Jan. 5, *50 if
THK Subscribers have become owners
of Thayer's /'a cnt Improved plan of
lJuilding BRIDGES, for the Districts of
Anderson and Pickens, and arc prepared
to sell single lights or to take contracts
for huildipg bridges in the above districts.
The above Patent is pronounced by
all scientific mechanics, who have examined
it, to combine more advantages than
any other bridge ever known?for cheap
ness, beauty, strength, and durability it
cannot be surpassed. The great ndvantage
ver all other bridges is, that any
pie c of timber in the bridge, can be ta!
ken out nnd rr>nl:ir><vt nt iilooc,iv>
out endangering its strength in the least;
a bridge once built need never be rebuilt
For further particulars inquire at this
office, or address the subscribers at Anderson
C. IT., S. (!.
IIAKRISON & W VNNE
Jan. fl, '50 33 1m
TV TUB rOMMOM I'l.KAS
7' / CKJSNS D IS TR1CT.
Allen Keith, assignee, ) Dec. in Attach,
vs. J- Ferry it Keith,
Joel M. Keith. \ PHF's Att'vs.
The Plaintiff having this day filed V.irDeo.lnrntifin
in mv .?,wl rv-f?
... .... Viiiv I (UIU HIU L/CIUI1*
riant having no "Wife, nor Attorney,
known to be in this State on whom a co
py of this Declaration maj' be served,
On motion of Plaintiff's Attorney,
It is Ordered, That the Defendant do
nppearand plead or demur to the said
Declaration, within one year and a day
from this date, or judgment will entered
W. L. KEITII, c. c. r.
ClerU's Office, )
January 1, 1850. ) 33-1 y
THE Subscriber would again infant
his friends, and the public generally, thai
he has just received a fresh supply ol
bcaoenaMc Goods !
consisting in part of the following articles
viz1 fSllici^O #" i>y\ rv? r I- *
.wo, ..viii u 10 zo cents pd
yard; Shifting, bleached and brown
Cambrics, Lawns and Alpaccas ; Cloths
Tweeds, Cassimeres, ?fcc., for gentlemen':
wear; Blankets, Iluts, r?ap$, Bonnets
&ic.; Umbrellas, and a variety of othei
articles, which he will sell very cheap foi
S. R. McFALL.
Pickens C. TI., Dec. 10, '49. 32-b
ALL persons indebted to the undersigned
arc requested to call and setth
their book Accounts, either by Cash 01
Note, by the 10th Januaty 1850. Set
tlements should be attended to on th<
opening of a new year.
' J. J. HOWARD.
Holly Hill, Pickens District, So. Ca.
Dec.'12, 1840. .32-b
WBWJtt * ! WIND ! !
All old scores should be wound uj
soon, as the year is fast coming to a close
let us commence the now year if possibh
with 11 full knowledge of our mutters, ii
order that wo may know how far to gc
the ensuing year. My own wants com
pell mo to have my Notes and Account!
for 18 t8 closed immediately by cash; no
fro u choice, but necessity, would 1 pu
any man living to costs.
S. ft. MoPALL
Pickens C. II., Dee. 10, '49. 52-y
NEW GOODS !
I take this method of informing mj
fi'jenrls ?nd the public gennrully. ihnt !
have just received a large and well se
lected stock of
and Wiiiler ^oo<In,
fresh from New York, of the lateststvies
consist in putt of the following named
Article.* * Broad Cloths, &attinctts, Vesl
patterns, Over-Coats, Fancy Prints, Al
paccas, plain and silk striped; Home'
spuns, bleached and brown; Ginghams
white checkod Muslin, Jaconet and Print'
ed do., Flanmls, Apron Chocks, <ko., <V,e,
Bonnets, Hats and Caps, of almos
overy shape and style; Groceries, Hard
ware, Crockery-ware, Shoes, Saddles
Bridles, Medicines, ?tc., all of which
will ttell low for cash or t/ood name* : nn<
I flutter myself that my friends who hav<
patronized me vo liberally in Hamburg
will extend their patronage here likewise
I hope, at least, that tliey will call an(
examine my stock of Goods before tradinj
Any amount of Beeswax. Tallow iuu
Sced-X'otton will be taken in payment fo
J. ,T. HOWARD,
llolly Ilill, Pickens Pist., Nov, 21, 1840
? 1 * L>H?
fln OODS! G OOPS!!
FOR S A Ij E I. O W F ORC A S II;
The subscribers have ju-.t received
and arc now opening u fresh supply of
fall hem! winlcr^ooin;
Consisting of Cloths, Cashmeres, Tweeds,
I all wool; Vesting*, Cravats, Arc., for genmens
wear. Also a well selected stock for
Consisting in part of Alpaccas, Alhamhra
Plaids, Camelion Lustre, Shaded Cash
meres, some oemititu! patterns; SIhjwIs,
nil seizes.?Also, fine Irish Linen, Bleached
and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings. A
fine assortment of Hough Ar Ready //ats,
of nil Colore; Cloth Caps; Overcoats;
Blankets; u lot of Boots and Shoes, fine
and coarse, nil sizes. A variety of Schoo
and other Books; Letter and Cap Paper
Drugs mid ^lediciBica;
10ini4 Tofcacco, Adninniitinc
Besides numerous other articles usually
kept in an Up-country Store, which our
friends nnd the public generally are invi|
ted to call nnd examine.
BENSON & TAYLOR,
j P. S. Corn, Peas, Rice, Beeswax,
: Wool, and old Pewter will be taken in
exchange (or Good..?. B. it T.
Pickens C. II. Dec. 22, '40. tf
COLUMBIA DIVISION. )
General 0;<der. t
.All. applications for Arms nml Accoutrements
will in future, be made, lo the
Koch application countert.ingned must
contain the actual strength of the Com1
puny, the number and character of arms
and accoutrements on hand, and the number
and character of arms and accoutrements
required. In no event will nnv
requisition he complied with until nil the
old or useless arms and accoutrements
| are returned or satisfactorily accounted
lor to one of the Arsenal Keepers of this
1 The 117 Sec. A. A. 1841, herewith
, r?nhlishr>fl will lm r!i?(lln
[ I ' "V ,,8lu,J VIIIMIVUU)
Bv order Commandcr^n-Chief.
J. W. CANTKY,
Adj. and Jnsp. Gen.
* "Each officer requh'Oi! by law to make
; any return orrfcprrt, or who shall be re,
quired by nnv superior officer, find fail to
i make such return or report, shall he lin,
hie to he fined as follows, to wit. A Mar
jor General, one hundred and lifty dolr
lars', a Brigadier General, one hundred
dollars', a Colonel, or officer commanding
a regiment, seventy-five dollars; a Lieutenant-Colonel,
Major, or officer com
manding a battalion, fifty dollars; a Captain,
or officer commanding a co npany,
twenty-five dollars; a Judge Advocate
, General, seventy-five dollars; a Brigade
* Judge Advocate, fifty dollars; a Uegimental
Judge Adv .' ite, twenty-live d??l,
lars; a Paymaster vJeneral. soV.entv-five
* ' */
dollars; a Division Paymaster, fifty dollars;
a Drigado Paymaster, thirty dollars;
a Regimental Paymaster, twentyfive
dollars; and all commissioned stalf
. officers shall be fined in similar sums, according
to their respective rank, and
j fifty per cent, on the amount of the
> last general tax of such delinquent of
! any grade.'*
j All papers in the State will copy,
j Dec 22 32?tf
; E. B. BENSON """ST SON ,
t ARE NOW UKCRIVINM AM) OI'KMNO
I 11 IK I.AHOKST STOCK OF i:n;v
IIAVK KVKIl HAD IN PENDI.ETON.
Consisting in part of
ItKOADCLOTHK, t! A SSI M U It ES 8ATI
MKTS, MACKINAW, PII.OT\ BEAVER
AND FEI.T. COATINGS,
SATIN, OASTIMKRK. VH.L
[ VET, SWANS DOWN AND
TWEKD8 KKHSI'.V.S KKNTUCKl JKANft, NI>
j various New Style Goods for Gentlemen
and Dad;cs wear?-Merinos'and
Alpaccas' all colours, Late Stylo
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Daces, Fancy But'
tons, Braids, Tapes,
k A L 8 O ,
A fine a?soivtibsoib
( of aSartlware,
IwlaMxi ware, ^atlJllcry
* I Rf>iTHtlu im??*..
HiitdthM n?d ^ariicaikyN
' Tools, Ofqccs'Sw:, ^igarx,
> Tobacco, Nails, Oils' ?ngs Tlonks and Stationary,
.Towehy, PcmtmeVy, Guns, Pis*
* tols, Powder, and lots of Yankee notions
r too tedious to mention.
Persons wishing to purchase would do
w'ell to give us a call, as It is against our
' principles to keep floods long on hand.
I Pendleton, Deo, 11th, 1810. 31 2ina