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This occurrence has created a pro- i
digious amount of talk and speculation.
The Cabinet had the subject
before them, yesterday, but came to
110 understanding as to a successor to
Mr. McKennon. I was inclined to
think, at first thought, that Pennsyl !
> uina. wuuiu ut? cuuea upon 10 designate
a successor, but I do not so
learn the probability, upon inquiry,
There has been much inquiry as to
the cause of the brief career and j
hurried departure of Mr. McKennon. ;
The answer given by (he Whigs is j
f lint I' 1 ^
>uui i v <.'ii iU'l'UUIll en II1C
"unsettled condition of the Department,"
difficulties and perplexities
having arisen, which he did not chose j
to encounter and be harrassod by.
This will have to do for the present,
but I predict that it will be discovered
that the difficulty was much more ;
serious, having reference to Cabinet '
affairs. Mr. Webster is understood i
to have been "l ulling the roast" to I
an extent which was not expected to |
bqjqp agreeable to the other minir-1
terlal cooks. IIow rumor lias 1161
indicated with suflicien clearness to
allow of greater definiteness at present.
But we ' outsiders1' can afford
to await, for a few days, the developements
of this curious case; this ;
new chapter in political history,
which might very appropriately be j
headed?"Secretaryfor a Week, or a
brief stay in the Interior.''''
Switzerland and the United i
States.?A private letter from Berne
announces tliat Dudley Mann, esq.
sent by the U. States Government to
Berne, as Diplomatic Agent and
Minister Plenipotentiary presented,
on the 12 of July? his credentials to
tlie President oftheJFederal Council.
His arrival was received with extra- i
ordinary joy by die Government, the j
Press and the People of the Helvetic !
On this subject the writer says: I
"The Switzer has a kind oi wor- j
ship for the United States. If he !
leaves his country ho goes to Artier-1
ica, where he is sure to find that lib- j
erty whic he loves, and to which lie !
bows as to an old friend. Mr. Dudley
Mann is (be same diplomatist to
whom President Taylor had entrus-!
ted the difficult mission of giving to |
the unfortunate Magyars a fraternal;
reception in the family of ria'ions, il
lie fcould sc?j a favorable moment of
acknowledging their independence
The sending of the same Mr. Dudley
Mann to Switzerland, at the mo.
merit when this country is surrounded
hv nn.rils?thrpaton^fl. noi'hnne
_ ^ I I"VV*'
with a complete disorganization,
show* evidently that the United
States have determined to continue
the same policy* and to follow the J
new way which tl ey have underta-!
J*qn, and which will lead them to the 1
Tjatcrfrom Oregon.?The steam
propeller Carolina, Uapt. VY ood, ar-:
rived at San Francisco, July 1, from I
Oregon, bringing 51 passengers and i
the mails. She left Astoria on the |
27th. and themouth of the Columbia !
on the morning of the. 28th June.
Governor Lane has resigned his
post as the Governor of the Territory,
and was contemplating a trip to
the Umpqua Aiver, in search of the
gold region. The three Indians conVinlprl
nf mnr/lni' nn/1 aiW?">a'ao
V* Iiiuivivi uuu uuua^itej/lSJI |
the emigrant were hanged in the ,
early part of May, in the presence of j
a largo numbe of' speolators, among j
whom were many ?f those who had '
suffered from their savage brutality.
With respect to the gold discoveries
our accounts are very conflicting,
and we scarcely know at what conclusion
to arrive. New towns are
springing up in all quarters, and spe-'
ciliation is rifa. Plntinn i?4 nid in nv- !
i^lo a very considerable extent in
some of ihc newly discovered gold
A good deal of rain lias fallen during
the last month. The brig Portland
arrived at Portland on 25th
June, the Eliza at Astoria on 24th,
the Tarquin sailed from Portland on
26th June. We are not in possession
of any late number of the Oregon
Spectator than the 13th June, which
. I . i - 1
vuiuuiiia nu Hewn* n v tuiuwrMunci
that the proprietors were unable to
tp issue on account of having no
Lieut. Arthur, U. S. N., whe lms
surveyed the mouth of the Columbia
River, writes as follows:
I consider the harbor of Astoria
quite goo-J and secure. Vessels are
niiitp n? n? <lm<i ?><"
*> vii Miivnvi v\* MO uiopr <ii in
most good harbors I have visited.?
As far as 1 have learned, no vessel
has ever been driven on shore by the
action of the wind and waves; conclusive
evidence of its safety.
'With regard to the new South
channel discovered by Captain ("has.
White I have already expressed my
oninion. The additional experience
I have received since only enables
roe jLp bo more confident. 'The diffi culties,
dangers and delays of navi- 1
lynfitlflr mAiifti fC il>?
1~Trp M^K'H wi viiu vwjviinum
river have decreased atleast 75 per
*$ -?>T ' TO &$*'**'
.} jy AJ;, 1
M?.auiRJ>.?OnThursday the 29th '
uW.? by Rev. David Humphreys, Mr. !
Joseph 11. Shealer to Miss Uebeca '
Vomer, all of this District.
On Sunday evening, 1st inst., by
1 i. N. Robins, Esq. ]Mr. William
r* i ? .
ruinKin to Miss Minerva* daughter
of Mr. George Head, all of this Distriet.
On the 1st of September by
Bev. J. R. Hunnicutt, Mr. Ransom
A. Oneal to Miss Elizabeth Brewer
all of Pickens District.
Fiust Brigade* S C Militia.
Tho following Regiments will parade
for Review, Drill and Inspection
at the times and places following,
The 3d Regiment of Infantry at
Toney's old field on Monday 7th October
The 1st Regiment of Infantry at
Bruton's on Tuesday the 8th Orto
The 5th Regimfcnt of Infantry *\t
Hunter's on Wednesday the Oth October
The 2nd Regiment* of Infantry at
Hall's on Thursday the 10th of October
The 42nd Regiment of Infantry at
Webb's, on Friday the 11th of Oc-'
Tllf llll Runrimmit "I" ' 1
111 j..iu|i.ry ill |
Ilayne's, on Saturday the 12th Octobor
The commissioned and non-com-!
missioned officers will assemble 'he
day previous at their respective pa-j
raae grounds (except the 3rd Regi- I
ment at Toney's; they will assemble
on Saturday the 5th October,) for
drill and instruction. A Return of all
the Regiments must be had on the day j
Bv ord?M* nf P. IV. fl mvtv
Brig. Gen. 1st Brig. S C M
J. W. HARRISON, Brig. Mai.
Aug 29, lfl-Ct
David Lesly and wife, Applicant*,
Wni. MeWhortcr and wife, and
Whereas it appears, to the Ordinal
y of said District, that Mathcw
Kyle, Henry Kyle and some of the
children of Jas. Kyle, deceased, vs.
James Kyle and Hunter Kyle, the
children of John, Laughlin and VVm.
Kyle, deceased, (names not 1 nown,)
and the heirs of Catharine Kyle,
widow of Robert Kyle, deceased,
(names not known) parties, defendants,
reside without the limits of
i* :? <1 ^
who xl is iiiuniiurc urucrcd
and Decreed that they do appear and
object to the Partition of the Lands
described in the Petition in this case,
on or before the 1st Monday in December,
1850, or their consent to the
same will be entered of record.
W. D. STEELE, o. i>. i>.
Sept. 2nd, 1850. 10-3m
Z. Smith having applied to me for !
Ictte's of Administration on the Es- i
tate ot Susannah Smith late of Pickens
District dee/d. The kindred and
creditors are cited to appear before
me on the 10th inst. to show cause if
any they can why the said letters
should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal 2d
W. D. STEELE o. p. n.
Tftlin A ? ^
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plicnnt vs James > in the Court of
Cobb et al. def,ts. ) Ordinary.
Whereas there lias been deposited
in the Ordinary's Office of said District
a paper purporting to be the last
will and testament of Robert Cobb,
deceased, the applicant aforesaid
having filed his petition requiring the
same to be proved in due and solemn
p / i ,
lorm 01 jaw, and it having been
shown to my satisfaction that Jas.
Cobb, one of the heirs at law of the
said deceased, resides without the
limits of this State,?it is therefore ordered
and decreed that he do appear
al ilic Court of Ordinary for said
District, to be held at Vickons C. HM
on the 8th day of November next,
to show cause if he can why the
said will should not he proved in due
I r "
unci soicmn lorm 01 law, and eptered
on record, or his consent to the same
will be taken pro con fee/to as to him.
GiVen under my hand and seal <
August 5th, 1850.
W. D. STEFXE, Q. P. I).
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LOOK AT TMB?.
rpTHOSE who wish Bureaus and
Jj^Bodstcads, can pet them on re as
uuuuiu IUIIU3 My ftppiyiiig 10
S. ft. ftcFALt: [
Piekeiflt <$. ff, S O,
OCT WE arc authorised to an- !
nounce Capt. John Gearin as a candidate
for Sheriff of Pickens District
at the ensuing election.
arc authorized to announce
Maj. J. W. Harrison as a Cnndidatefor
-a .1 *
ivm-vuvu iu UIU XjVJJlSlHlUre, HI mo next
jWTUe" friends of J. 13. Soutiiek- i
land, Esq., beg leavo to announce him
as a cftndidnto for tho Legislature nt the
Wc ftre authorized to nnnounco
Col. John A. Kaslky, Jun., ns n Candidate
for the Legislature, nt the next election.
arc authorised to announce j
Maj. J.T. Wihtefibld as a Candidate for j
re-ejcctkm to th? Lcgwhtura at th? next i
JCIT Wc are authorized to announce
Maj. E. Alkxandkk as n Candidate for
ro-olcction to tho Legislature, at the next
iarWc aro authorized to announce
Gen. F. N. Gauvix a.s a Candidate for1
ho Legislature, at tho next election.
c1 r . % ...
tk-tj jnn'i menus 01 mo Hon. A. tv
ins announce him as a candidate for reelection
to represent the people of Pendleton
District in llio State Senate.
X3T The friends of Col. Ii. Haoood
respectfully announce liim as a candidate
to represent the people of Pendleton District
in the Sta'e Senate.
jfcrWe aro authorised to nnnouncc j
J. P. Reed, as a Candidate for re-election
to the Legislature at the next election.
jt-f Tine friends of Col. T. J. Pickens
announce him a Ca ululate to represent
this KUction District in tho State Senate.
&r We arc authorised to announce I
William Hunteu as a Candidate for reelection
to tho Legislature, at the next
OCrWE are authorised to annouce
Maj. J. D. Scott as a candidate for
the Legislature at the ensuing election.
0^7"WE are authorised to announce
Gai't. Robert Craig as a
Candidate for the Legislature at the
CCrWE are authorised to announce
Thomas CuNNIMi am as a
Candidate for the Legislate e at the
OCrWJE are authorised to announce
Col. A. Br ice as a Candidate
for the Legislature at the ensu
~ KOIDM ! IIOADS!
APPLICATION will he made to
the Legislature at iti*. next ses
sion, for the appointment of Commissioners
to alter the following
From Pickens C. H., to intersect
the Keow( e Turnpike Road at its
From Pickens C. H. to Greenville
From Pickens C. H. to HagoocTs
From Pickens C. H. to Eastatoe.
From Carter Claytons1 to 12 Mile
Anrl from Pickens C. H. to AV. H.
Aug. 30, 1850. 15 3m
R ANA WAY" from the subscriber, j
at Kingston, Cass co., Georgia,
a negro man named CUP1T. Has
a warn over his left eye, inclined to
be gray, about 45 years old?of rather
a brown complexion. I bought
the bov of Gen. Garvin, of Pickens
Dis't. S. C., and formerly belonged
to some of hvnrbfts. Hm.*-'."*
_ _?J W? ? (% ? J^IOVIR/l
I will give the above reward of $25
for the delivery of snid boy lo Jacob
Burns, Esq., near Anderson C. H.,
Kingston, Geo., Aug. 14, 1850.
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SOUTH CAROLINA. I
IK THE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen Koith, assignee, ) Deo. in Aitaob |
vs, [ Perry k Keith,
JoelM. Koith. ) riff's Att'ys.
Tho Plaintiff having this day filed his
Declaration in my office, and the JDofondaht
having no Wife, nor AUoroey,
known to bo in this Stat? on whom a cb
py of this Declaration may bo served,
On motion of Plaintiff's Attorney,
It is Ordered, That the Defendant do
nppearand plead dr deraar to the said
Declaration, within one year and a day
frova this date, or judgment will entered
W. L. KUlTIf, o.*.
p vkiwi r - ;
January It 1950, ). w< >; 3J-)y . J
'THE book of the nation*
The Oldest Magazine in America.
JEOITKD 1)Y MIl.S. 6 A K A IT J. HALK.
COMPARISON BETWEEN QODRY AND THE OTI1KR
In 1848, the Lady's Book gave 91# pages?
which is 110 more than ono, and 148 more than
tho other Philadelphia monthly. He gavo 281
.wings?among which wero 20 colored, and
^8 tbll pages?which U 130 moro than one, and
180 moro than the other.
Wo give, in each number, a picce of mu-dc, !
printed separately on tinted paper, 24 pages, or
twelve pieces in ay car. To show tho cheapness
of the Lady's Boot, this music, if bought separately
at the music stores, would cost oxactlv the
price of the wliolo year's subscription??3.
.Somk of ovr Pkcui.iah Kmdp.llisumi:nts.?La
dioV work table?which comprises every kind of
necdlc-work, embroidery, knitting, nottidg-crotehI
et, patterns for capos, chemosettes, children's
clothe*, wedding-drosses, in-door and out-door
costumos; birds of America; colored flower plates;
model cottagos and furniture; fashionablo do.;
j laco-work; Vignette plates at the head of articles
etc., etc. All tho above arc illustrated by engrail
j And, in 1850, will also be given a sot of engra
i ni^n.muMinuivu di iue costumes, or all nations,
j with descriptions by Mrs. llnlo. Moat of the old
I features of tho Rook tlmt were so popular last
J year, will be retained, and new onoa added as
thov may suggest themselves to the publisher.
I A NRMf NOVEL BY W. QILLMOKE SIMMS,
I Will be one of tho features for I860.
| We hare long stood at tho head of the Magasine
world for our contributions; thoy aro always
moral and instructive, and such as may he placed
before a family without hesitation. Thi? department
U under tho control of of Mrs. (Sarah Jo cpha
Hale, whose name alone is a sufficient
guarantee for the propriety of the Lady's Hook.
Wo may say the same of our engravings. We
will nerer, as is done by a cotemporary, publish
indecent model-artist pictures,such as no parent
would allow a child to look at.
Goner's Lady's Hook for lfiROnlmll am-i>n?a
tliatuf 1840, and exceed till magazines, past, present,
and to come.
Ticau.s: |3 a year in advance, postage paid.
Addreua li. A. OODHV,
113 Cliesnnt st., Philadelphia.
is now receiving a great variety of the
latest and most fashionable
French and English
For Gents Spring and Suinmervrear.
Auiong his assortement may be found
a variety of
Broadclotlieoi, Ac CnsiinciTN;
Plain and Fancy,
A T orv
A handsome assortment of HcaJymade
Clothing, nil of which ho will dispose
of cheap for cash:
Come and examine for yo irsclvcs before
I if KQVIi T.
James Young and ")
Wife and others, I Bill for Part.,
vs. y Discor , Act. and
\Ym. G. Cnradine , | Relief,
and others. J
It annearinc <r> m?
_4 _ 0 . ? ... r ?UVI0I(IV11U11 lllilt I
Bird Caradine, 7/irnm P. Caradine, Thos. ;
G. Caradine, Aithur Barret nnd wile
Mary Barret, Fleming Thomson nnd wife '
Elizabeth 7Tiomscn, Jane Millov, John I
Webster and his wife jl/argaret Webster,
Daniel //ull nnd wife CatTiarine Hull, the |
heirs at law of Nancy Rcid dee'd., who j
Intermarried with HhwIi
A.VIU) IJVilO ?l IU1Y
of Andrew Caradino cicc'd, defendonis lo
this bill, and heirs at law of Thomas Cumdino
dec'd. reside from and without the
limits of this State.
On motion of Whitner ?fe Harrison,
Comp. Sol'rs., it is ordered thut said dc-I
lendnnts do appear and answer or demur I
to the allegations in tho said bill of com- !
Rlaint vri hin three months from the date
ercof, or the samo will be taken pro con- j
fesso as to them.
M.M. NORTON, c. k. v. v.
Gomm'rs Office, )
June 23, 1830. | G?3m ,
r._ - -
LU. L. JKrP8RS,j [w. 8. cot1iran.] i
[*. j. buokma8ter.]
W A RE-H O U S E
Coiiiiiiiffftioit Itlcrcliaiatn. !
Market-Street, Hamburo, S. C.?Waterproof '
Mclntoah-Street, auouata, oa.?Fireproof.
Take this method of informing their
friends and the public generally, that
they still continue the Warehouse and
Commission business in this place and i
Augusta, f*a., t/here they offer their scr-j
ices to Receive, Stork or bum. Cotton,'
FtouR, Bacon, Ac., Receive and Forward
Merchandise:, Buy Goods, *or
Planters on Mkrchantb.
Alton in A ?? 1
(clntosh-street, in the centre of the Cotton
The?r Warehouse in this plnco is snfo
from water and isolated, therefore not
exposed to fire.
As they will be constantly at their
post, nnd promoting the interests of their
friends (which they are aware will add to
their own.) They solicit and hope to
merltand receive a full share of thnt liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed, p.nd
jor which they now return thanks.
Liberal cash advances will be made
when required, on any produce in store
JEFFERS, COTHRAN <fe Co.
Hamburg, Sept. 1st, 1840* 18
pkh*t.] [it. M. KF.mt.
PERRY & KEITH,
Attorney* at Law.
Wim, Practice in theCourteof taw and
Equity for Pickens District, 'i ar i
( >r?:-i rt u e /i
^ luirsn-) v;. u., i
October 1, 1940' <2f2
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR OF
liriME SOWTM OA??UNA;
| OPENED ON TilK 18T1I NOVEMBER NEXT.
r|^I IE second annual Fair of the,
.1. South ( 'arolina Institute, for the
promotion of Art, Mechanical Inge-,
unity, &.C., will be held in (Uiar'.eslon,1
opening on the 18th November, and
to continue during the week.
Specimens of every branch of Industry
arc; earnestly solicited. Premiums
will be awarded?for the best
specimens, a Silver Medal; for the
next best, a Diploma. For Original
Inventions, asuit;tbleprcmium,at the
| discretion of the judges.
A selection will he made of the
; best specimen of Mechanism and the
Aits?of Cotton, llico, Sugar, Tolmc1
co, Corn, AN heat, Flour, Kosin and j
! Turpentine?and sent to the World's 1
' Fair, to be held in London in the
UJ.Il Jlljr U1 J.3J1.
A large and commodious building
lvas been selected for the inhibition,
and every attention will be paid to the ,
reception and care of articles sent to
the Fair. All articles must be directed
to L. M. Hatch, Chairman of J
| Committee of Arrangements; and be ;
i delivered by the J ith of November* ;
Communications addressed to James
i A.rr....i '
, <?, k.^uji, cuairman ol l ommittc on
I Correspondence, will meet with
The Hon. Jos. II. Lumpkin, of |
Georgia, will deliver the Annual Address,
on Tuesday night, the 18th
i Arrangements have been made
i with the South Carolina Hail Koad i
I Company, to let all articles intended
! ior iiic l'air, return free of charge.
\\ M. GREGG, President.
E. C. Jones, Secretary.
' TI1E SOUTHERN PRESS." |
Ax association of sixty-tlnco Members o '
Congress, Senators anil Representatives*, have !
constituted tlio n ndersigncd a committee to
superintend tlio establishment of u Southern 1
j Press at Washington City, to bo devoted to the
exposition and defence of Snuthofn rights and ;
institutions?the dissemination of correct in- i
formation as t<> Noil lien, policy, and the course
j of political aflaij s generally, without reference
J to tlio old party lines of Whig and Democrat.!
j Arrangements nro now in progress, promptly to I
ensure tho issno of such a paper under the i
I llliu OI
"THE SOUTHERN FIIKS3,"
I for tho conduct of which, suitable Editorsliavc j
been engaged, who will abo rcculve tho aid of j
number of eminent and able contributors.
Thcro will bo botli a tri-weokly mul a weekly
issue?the latter to contain substantially tho
same matter as the former, and intended to
reach those points of tho country whose n.'iil
facilities are limited.
A Daily issue will be added hereafter,should
it bo deemed advisable or ncces*ury by the
press and pooplo of tho Southern States.
Tho paper will not be exclusivi ty political?
l but will embrace on its broad sheet the genor|
al'news of tho day, domestic and foreign, by 1
mail and telegraph; commercial and ngricultu- i
ral and liternryjpieccs; criticisms, original cs- i
says, literary and miscellaneous; and, in short,
all those items of general interest, the collec-t
ted aggregate of which constitutes tho intcres
ting and valuable Newspaper. Great care
will betaken to give full anil correct Report of
the Proceedings and Debates in both Houses
of Congress; as well as the action ofthcloca
_Leirishitiir?>a /?> ! ?. Q". '1
0- v.. >uu Ljvmwivni quCdlKHl.
A limited number only of Advertisements
will bo received?thomnin object being to furnish
a largo amount of reading matter.
, Tho paper will bo printed on a sheet equal ;
in pizo to tno.se of tho other Washington papers i
and the material will bo procured especially I
for the purpose.
It i.s confidently hoped that every true |
J'ricnd to tlio South will a id in procuring nubcriburw,
and forward tho names, with the
amount subscribed, to some Southern Itopropenfativo
at. Washington, forthwith.
Postmasters arc authorized by law to remit
(subscriptions free of postage.
T K It MS;
For Tri-weekly (hiring the Session of Congress
and Scmi-wookiy during the root!.-", the price J
will be, per annunt - ?5 00
Wwokly paper 2 00
Tlio p rice of subscription must bo paid inviv
irnbly in advance, and the cash accompany, the
All per sons procuring ten names shall beentitled
to lcccivo r? copy gratis for one year.
A. P. BUTLER,
. R. TOOMJiS,
V. TJIOMPS OX.
tSTEd ors nnd papers friendly to the en- j
erprizo will please publish this Prospectus
which will entitle them to an exchange with
l ???? ?
Remaining in the Post Ofiico at Pickens C !
II., Quarter ending 80th Juno, 1850, which not I
taken out within three months will bo sent to the
lVst-Offico Department as dehd letters:
Jacob Alexander | J M Brett
Wm. Hramblet | Robert lJocn
Joe! Bradley Jus. M. Carton
James Cannon Thomas Davis
Geo. W. Dodd James I)odd
Wm. F. Fondlcy A 0 Field
Ilitam J (J roynn Lary A Jloland- :
uiiiiivb ituu wiruiu
W T Holland J W Hugbes
James Ilughes Edward lloncu
or E Grlftitt Win. Mortiu 2
Abner Marledis Thomas Perry
James .ftobortson Oharlts Richards
Miss Harriet Spiller | J L SkanUle
Stephen Smith | Monroe Taylor
Liesa Veal or It Veal.
K. E. ALEXANDER. P. M.
8$ 3 una, 1850.
OCT The friends of Col. J a sites L.
Orr announce him a Candidate for
re-?lfectioni to represent this Congressional
District., at the ensuing
The excrcifcs of this institution will
commence on the first Tuesday in Juno
ih'.m under ilie chnVgc of Rev. Willium
Mc\\ horter, lute of Er.sliino College.
]?y order of the Trustee?.
?j. K. Md' AIJj, L'rcs't 15. ofT.
E. M. KKIT1I, Scc'rr
I 41 cl>A
CiiAiiLEaroN, March '28.
In pursuance of a recommendation of
(lie Legislature, in relation to llie distiil ulion
of only repaired ylinris, the MilitiOlliecrs
interested, aie lie re by notified
that as nil the Hifles beloneirg to 11 o.
State, arc line, jio guns of that descripa
tion shall in future be issued from the Arsenals.
By order of the Comninnder-in-Chief
B. T. WATT, Q. M G.
vlpril 12 3
W. ?. A: rJ\ I*. WlliljlAIMS,
by founer tucoo.-r.
have Mgr.iit filled tluir shelves villi u
haiuUoiuo and carcfully selected stock of
the finest, 1 est, and cheapest
SPRING AND SUMMER
Everoffered for sale in this Marketbefore.
They have Goods to suit all classes
ages, scxcs?, "and the rest of mankind."
For flic I*adie?.
Calicoes of every shade and color, Muslins
Lawns, Silks, and Linens, Bonnets
and Ilihhons, and everything
else they usually call for.
IIATS, BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES.
('rockery and Hnidwaio.
A gootl supply of fl*roCt*rit'S>, cheap
A fine article of Sugar at 1-2 pounds to
the dollar, and Coflee at con vf ponding
AH of whi<?h we arc anxious to dispose
of for a small profit for cash) or credit to
Call and see; we make no charge for
showing our Goods.
,Q.>1... O n nr
^.iiuuiii ) , u. iviay i 1, ifiow.
sThosc indobtod to (lie subscriber can
nvc cost by calling and settling iluir
notes;ir.d accounts as longer indulgenco
cannot be given.
Jan. 5, '50
Charleston, Fku. 27, 1850
\ GENERAL ORDERS NO.? ]
CIROUMTANCES demanding that the
Governor should be officially acquainted
with the ettective force of the /S'tute, av.d
the number of alarm men?the Brigadier
Generals are hereby directed forthwith to
make returns of their commands, to (ho
Adjutant and Inspector General at Camden.
A failure in responding prompt!)' to
this order, will not he overlooked, and tho
newspaper publications will he regarded as
15v order of the Commander in Chio
'J, W, CANTKV, Adjutant and In
March 9, 4 2 lm.
S?I\S OF TEMPERANCES
1'iCKENS ])1VIS10N, NO 21.
Members of this Division are requested
to meet hereafter on Saturday i
o'clock, P. M.
All members aro solicited to be present
at our next meeting, to assist in tho
Installation of Oflicers elect, &c.
M. M. NORTON, J?. S.
All persons having demands against
the Estate of Nancy Ferguson lnte of
I'ickcns District doe'd must hand them in
legally attested, and these iiidc.htorl will
J. G. FERGUSON, Kxeo'r
Ufay Off 1350.
rnm the pslaoe
To sell your Beeso Wax, Tallow,
Wool, Feathers, Peas, Threshed
Oats, and Dry Hides; for which you
can get Goods for at low doivn cash
prices at the store of
benson <Si Taylor.
Pickens O. II., s. c.
July 25th. 10 cerht.
N EW A N1") V A HT-11 nv A ?T v.
SPRING AI\D SINEIKER
The subscribers nrc now receiving and
opening largo assortments of the newest
and most fashionable Spring and Summer
GOODS, together with Domestics and
Groceries of all kinds, all of which they
will disposo of on the most reasonable
terms for cash.
Call and examine before you purchase
ALEXANDER Ar RATWYtt mpm,
insvillo S. C.; ALEXANDER & NEVIL,
at West Union S. 'J.
v2 nl tf 1850
K X EC l rTIV ETJEPA rtm ?KT,
CnARi,teSTON, July 11, 1850.
UNTIL ihc 1st of October next,
all communications for the Executive
ntust? be addressed to him,