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Washington, Dec. 11, 1850.
Mr. Butler introduced a hill to pay
to South Carolina the sums advanced
by that State to support troops engaged
during the Florida war. Kc
terred to Ihp committee 011 Military
Mr. Butler introduced a bill to
change the times of holding the criminal
court of the District of Columbia.
Mr. Gwin introduced a resolution
directing an inquiry into the expediency
of increasing the salaries of the
Judges of the Northern and Southern
districts of California.
Mr. //ale moved to amend by inserting
vand the salary of the district
Judge in New '.Hampshire,' which
was agreed to, and t e resolution
was agreed to.
The Senate then proceeded to the
consideration of the private calendar,
nnrl 1 Kn K.II-. ? ?? 1 *
umi ?nw lunuiriii^ U11IM tYere pilSSCllBill
lor the relief of Allen S. Jonoihill
for the relief ofAfaj. Kendrick;
bill for the relief of the representatives
of John Rice Jones; a bill allowing
the exchange of certain school
lands in Arkansas.
The;Senate proceeded to the consideration
of Kx< c itive business, and
shortly after adjourned.
1 I -! 11 r I 1 1
jcvviiu unis oi which noiicc had
.boon given, unimportant in character,
were introduced and read a first
and second time, and subsequently
referred to the appropriate standing
Mr. //arris, of Illinois, introduced
a bill relative to ilie free navigation
of the Canadian canals and waters
by American vessels, from the upper
lakes to the ocean, upon terms of rc
ciprocity, was referred to the committee
Mr. Bowling presented the credentials
of Mr. Messeroy, delegate from
the State of New Mexico, which alter
a few remarks by him, stating the
number ol votes in the State, &,c.,
were referred to the committee on
Mr. //olmes asked thr? iinnniir?r?n?
consent of the house to introduce a
bill conferring the title of Lieutenant
General on Major General \V infield
Scott, for meritorious services in
Mexico. Objection was made, and
the bill was no' introduced.
A bill was read for the encouragement
oi dramatic literature, and giving
to the author the solo right of representation.
Mr. Johnson, ofTennosscfe, moved
that it he made the order of the day
on Monday, the lGtli instant, to take
into consideration the hill for the en
n/vi.w.? ..?? ' ?
^--...,.?,......111 vti (i^m.uiuin'i uy runting
to every man in the 1 nited
States, who is the head of a family,
1G0 acres of land.
A resolution that the house resolve
itself into a committee of the whole
house on t h? l
iiav V> I liv/*l ?V(lO I
carried?aye 1)7; noes 72. !
The house having resolved itself
into committee, Mr. Wenlworth, of
Illinois, moved that the committee
take up the bill fer the improvement
of rivers and harbors.
There being an equal division, the
Chair vo':ed in the negative, and the
iiH)iion was lost.
Mr. Went worth then moved that
the post office bill he considered, to
which objection was made on a point
of order, and the Chat bills must be
taken up in rotation, with the exccn-1
tion of the general appropriation bill, i
This decision being appealed from,
was supported on a division.
Mr. McLane gave notice that he
would be ready next week to present
the river and harbor hill, revised to
meet the estimates of the present
year. He< hoped the committee
would lay aside all the hills in the calendar
preceding the clfeap postage
bill; after which he would ask them
* to take up the river and harbor hill.
After several ineffectual motions to
take up particular bills, the committee
Several Executive communica
tpns were taken* frtfm the table, or
dercd to be filiated, and were appropriately
referred. The house then
FnoM 1'ioriim.?Wo lenm from a pnsficngcr on
Ihc St Mathews which arrived from Florida, last
night, thai the IiiiSiim* had uttemted further hostihtiea.
On thnrsdavtho 18th ult., the U. /States
steamer <S:uuh /Spalding, arrived at Jacksonville,
having on , board Capt. D. Clark of Marictco,
who reported while crofslnff the Haulover in com
pany with the Indian River mail ruler tlicy wero
attacked by three Indians, who fired upon them
iwith tJieir rifles but without effect, the party hav
ing taken to their boats out of reach oftnoir bullH.
Oapt Clark is a man of veracity nnd thero wirt 110
doubt of the fact aa stated the Halover is About
100 milus from #myma and 180 from St ylugustino;
rto arc informed that measura are being ajcp
ted by the Legislature of Florida to expell the
Indians at the exp?nec of the state, if that should |
be atterntcd thero will be little doubt of their (
BYWlA/itr rnniA?a1 ??"' ?x *'
i?iiu iiui until mon.
An Editor out west makes the following
Printers are rnakfag arrangements
to get drunk Christmas no paper will
be issued that week."
The Froat saw the pretty flower,
and sought to marry. "Wilt thou?M
said the .Frost, and the flower wilted'
| ALL persons indebted to the subscriber
for 18fr7-8-9 and IS50 are Requested
to pay up, as after the 1st
I ~ 4" T ?I * ' 1 ' ' 1
ui January next ineir noics raid accounts
will be found in the handsof
! W. J. Ciantt, Esq.
J. N. LAWRENCE.
Pickens C. II., Dec. 7th? 150.
William Littleton having applied
' to me for Letters of AHministrntinn
011 the Estate of Daniel Alexander,
1 sen., late of Pickens District, deceas1
ed, The Kindred and Creditors are
cited to appear before me on the 27th
inst. to show canse if any the can
why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal,
13th December, 1850.
W. D. STEELF, o. p. n.
0111*11* All Y'S SAI.E.
BY Order of W. 1). Steele, Esq.,
Ordinary of Pickens District,
will be sold on Sale-day in January
next, before the Sheriff's Oflicc,
within the legal hours, a tract of
Land lying on both sides of Little
River, adjoining lands of Tlios. liar
| iiauiii ut;i uusiui, < 111 CI OII1CI S, COlUclllJ
ing One Hundred and Fifty Acres
more or loss, belonging to the Estate
of Robt. Kyle, deceased. Sold for
OO A ores mom or loss, being the
, Real Estate of Wm. P. Mcl)o\v, deoeaset!.
ndioiniinr Innrlu nl" limr W
G. Mullinix, Win. I). Arnold, G. W.
McDovv, and others. Sold for Partition.
TERMS OF SALE:
Twelve months credit, except cost
which will be required on day of
Sale. Purchaser giving bond and
good security, and mortgage of the
premises if requi.ed by the OrdinaI'V
In cnninvi lK/% > ?vw??? < I? ?
. J , vw >JVI >iiv; IIIU iilV'Ill U1 IIIU |)lll 1
J.' A. DOYLE, s. p. d.
\V. McDOW having applied
J to me for Letters of Administration
on the Kstate of Win. AleDow,
late of Pickens District. <ln
ceased. The kindred and creditors
are cited to appear before me on the
"20th inst., to show cause if they can,
why said Letters should not be granted.
(liven under my hand and seal,
(5th December, 1850.
W. D. STEELE, o. r. d. j
|| u =
jii.'* * * nchi'ilSi
William Hunt atuH
Masfon Burdine, | Bill for PartiAdm'r.
and other.', Vtion and Sale,
VS. j &.C.
James \V. Ilunt. ]
By virtue of a Decretal Order in
this case, I will sell before the Court
House on the first .Monday in January
next, tho following Lands belonging
to the Estate of Henson Hunt,
Tract iNo. 1?Containing Three j
Hundred and Thirty-Eight Acres, j
lying on Dodd's Creek, waters of
j Saluda River, adjoining lands o
Martin Hunt and others.
Tract No. 2?Containing Three
Hundred and Sixty one Acres, also |
lying Dodd's Creek waters of Saluda
River, adjoining lands of R. Rack
luy <iii(i omei'S.
The above Lands are sold forPartion
anion# llie Heirs of llenson
A credit of Oue and Two years
without interest, in equal instalments,
except a surnciency to pay the costs
of this proceeding which will be required
in cash, will be given; the purchaser
giving bond and good security
for the payment of the purchase
MILES M. NORTON,
C. E P. D.
Commissioner's Office, ?
20th Nov., 1850. $ 29?5t
TTHOSE who wish Bureaus and
Bedsteads, can get them on reaa
! unable terms by applying to
Pickens C.H., S. C,
** " "I.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
v>n v_y V/ JL/
The Bubscribers are now receiving nnd
opening large assortments of the newest
nnd most fnshionablo Spring* and (Summer
GOODS, together with Domestics and
Groceries of all kinds, all of which thoy
will dispose of on tho most reasonable
terms for cash.
Call and examine before yop purchase
ALEXANDER ?fe BARTON; atPickinsville
8: O.; ALEXANDERS NEVIL,
at West Union 8. C.
v2 nl tf 1850
. * c. i\ *j
IN EQl'I Y.
Benj. F. Kilpatrick )
and wife and olhers, >
vs ) Bill for Part.
Thorn- H Jones & /
wife, and others. >
It appearing to my satisfaction,
that Thomas II. JoneS? David Jones,
Susan C. Jones, Lucinda J. Jones,
Rebecca C. Jones, Nancy Jones,
Martha M. Jones and Matilda G.
Jones; defendants to this Bill, children
of Hari well Jones, and Mary
his deceased wife, formerly Mmv
? . * t ' ~~%f """" " /
! Stiibling; and heirs at law of Jesse
; Stribling deed. Ijite oi* this District,
reside from and without the limits of
On motion oi II. C. Young Comp.
Sol. It is ordered that the said defendants
do appear and answe or
demur to said Hill of complaint, with!
in three months from this date, or
11niir conseni 10 me same will be laken
M.M.NORTON, c. k. p. d.
Gomm'rs Ollico, )
Nov. 7, 1800. J 25?3m
To uk published at Chkknville, S. C.
i It is proposed to issue an Indepenj
dent Tri-Weekly and Weekly NewsI
paper in the Town of Greenville, S.
I C., to be styled "The Southern
Patriot,11 devoted to ommerce,
Agriculture, Manufactures, Politics1
Literature, Science, and tin; general
I improvement of tin country in ali (
j her Industrial Pursuits?defending
I he lUgtits of the South, the Federal
Constitution, am/ the Integrity of the
Union of the States?and opposing
the Anti-Republican, rninousand corrupting
policy ol South Carolina's
continuing in the hazards and speculution
1 "The Southern Patriot" has originated
with, and belongs to an association
of gentlemen, who own near- ;
ly a thousand slaves, and are worth
1 1 1 > J-ll
niiVCl ?ll I1U1IUIUU III* Ml Sell III UUllcirSt?? j
This should be regarded by the community,
independent of their honor
their lives and characters, as some i
guaranty of Fidelity to the South,
! and at least as an earnest of their interest
in the Justice, Wisdom, and
Stability of the Government.
The Proprietors are unddfthe impression
that the growing importance
of our Town?its heavy Mercantile
and Manufacturing business, the an
ucipaied llailroad iaciltties, and our
present Mail arrangements, together
with the genera) intelligence, Pros,
polity and Patriotism of our District,
must insure the success of a Tri1
weekly Newspaper?giving to the
.business community the news and
Telegraphic Despatches, sooner than
they can he received through the
Tri.woekly city papers.
The undersigned have been charged,
by the Proprietors, w ith ihe l.\ditorial
Department of 1 The South- I
1"?_ 4_- r.
cm a ainoi. n is noi without re 1
luctance that they assume this grave,
responsibility ; but having clone so,
neither time, labor, nor energy, shall
be wanting lo make the Paper worthy
of public patronage- Arrangements
will he made to have Correspondents
in Washington and other
cities?giving intelligence in advance
of the press?and the Prices Current,
I mirl ctolo nf < l?n i
, U..VI umiv UI nil/ V'IKII icniuii, VUllllll"
hia, Hamburg and Greenville Markets
will be regularly and correctly
"The Southern Patriot" will
be issued on superior paper, neatly
and beautifully printed, with new
and clear type, at Three "Dollars per
! annum for the Triweekly, pa^ablo |
hi uuvtuice- j ne vveeKly Taper
will lie a large sheet, containing substantially
the same, matter as the
Tri-weekly, for. One Dollar and Fifty
Cents per annum, payable in ad
vance. This will be. the cheapest
j Newspaper of its size*and quantity
I of matter in South CarolinU-?and is
j intended to reach those points of the |
country whose mail facilities are i
Any agent forwarding ten subscribers
to either p&per, shall receive
a cony gratuitously.
The. publication of "The Southern
Pvraidhp'A will commence on
the first of January next.
4 E. PERRY, ) F...
C. J. ELKORD, 5 L(1,,or9*
oreenvme, S. U., JNov. 1,1850.
ALL person indebted to me at
Holly Hill, can save cost by j
caning and settling their notes and
accents very soon, n3g longer indulgence
willnot lie given, 1 his is no
| JfSW J. J. HOWARD.
Holly Hill, Nov. Cth 1850.
P. 8.?I wotilrf also inform the J
publio that Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Bagging
and Rop^ can be had b?re on
T OL^ J-T v/ JL\) -JLMOM1E
THE subscribers have commenced the
publication of a New \Vt9kly I'apcrfor
families', with the nbove title, tinder the entire
control of T. S. Arthur, who will coil
centraie upon it nil, or neatly nil, ofhis literary
labors. The design of this paper is
clearly expressed in the title--r"Ilome Gazette.'!
It will be, emphatically n paper
1 for the home circle-:?a household compani
ion?a pleasant fireside friend, coming to
j all with a cheerful countenance, and seeking,
while it imparts instruction, to entertain
and interest all G,\$&aes of readers. A
leading feature of the "llome Gazette" will
I be a scries of Original Nouvelettcs by the
qu wr, wno win iimusn some lowr oriive
picitures of domestic lift4, written in Ins best
stylo, for every volume. The "Home Gazette"
will ho the organ of no pnrty noised;
nor will it be the exponent of any of
the istos of the day. But it will faithfully
ndvocate the right, and seek, by every
means, to widen the circle of hnmnn linn
piness. Honestly will the editor teaclvthe
truth, ns he has ever d^iie in his writings,
for the sake? of good to )iis fellow men. But
in doing this, he will avoid unnecessary
i harshness and causeless offence, and keep
j his journal free from stain of wounding pcrj
sonality. lie will oppose what is false
and evil, as 0110 of his social duties: but
! while doing so, will use no sharper language
j man its rein Kn and correction may require.
Tho "Home Gazette" will bo elegantly
printed, on lino white paper, with large
clear faced type, that may be read by
| young and old without injury to the eyes.
TERMS OF THE PAPER
IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE,
One copy, per annum $*2 00 j
Three copies 5 00 ,
Six 10 00 !
'I'on lft CM) i
Fourteen !20 00 |
Where a club of six, ten, or four- j
1 ceil copies arc sent, an extra copy j
will be furnished to the postmaster,
or otl er person who makes up the
club. One copy of either Godey's
Lady s Hook, 0 rah am s Magazine,
or Sartain s Magazine, will be sent
for four dallars. All letters must be I
t M *T ' il -? '
f/um //ma. money mai is current at
the place where the subscription is
made, will be taken in payment for
Address, T. S. Arthur Co.
No. 5Athenian Buildings, Franklin
n Jin a.a iJvk/
The subscribers ore now receiving a
well svle ted assortment of
SPRINO and SUMMER
< O O D !
(pJrocoi'ics, Hoof* and Shoes
IVI S and nOMWETS,
Ih'II^N, i^(Mlici? S
Together with a great many other
Cioods not usually kept in country Villages
All of which we will sell low for
cash or credit.
Call and examine for yourselves hefore
l)ii) ing elsewhere.
l\ A E. E. ALEXANDER.
r!i:K0Ui> v . 11., av IT. lfci>0. u efoi e
P. S.?-A.I1 those indi:liic<i to us di-t
ilu* 1st January last, arc icq u tied
E li. As P. A
Remaining in the Post Office at j
Pickens C. H., Quarter ending iJuth
...U.rtL -C *- 1 1
uv|ikhiii'CI' vviiu'ii ii 1IOI lilKttll GUI
within throe months will Ik; sent to
the Post Office Department as dead
Elisha Alexander; Dagnarean Artist;
^uiimvi JJIII I UII?
Anna Calhonn or Watson Collins;
J. C. Clayton;
Bright Qilstrap; F. Garvin.
John Holed n John Hurd; James
noiueii; mi's, mnry A. t-liinnicutt:
W. T. Holland, 'J; John Hudson sr;
J. C. Hughes.
James Keith jr.
vr. Thomas Lee; James H. Lesley;
John Monffould; James McGuffiti;
David McLellan; Robt. Maxwell jr.
O. W. NorHs.
ijp'. W. Pickens^David Fresley.
Miss Margret Rogers; W. R. Riot*,
J. L. Roach 2; CalC? Robertson; 1#.
R. Rut ledge.
Stephen Smith; Whu Sisemore;
i Jerry, or Jeremiah So?iteffieId.
T ?& $\
I J. V. Trimmier; Epns Williams;
James Youngblood; J. Ycung; T. Av
E. E. ALEXANDER. P. M.
Officers aiul Soldiers (or their surviving
widows or children) who served
in any of the late wars, are entitled
to Isountv Lands.- I will attend
nmmnllv to claimK nf that rhnrnr.fpr.
r 1?J - ~ 1
And flatter myself that soveral years
experience in this business, attended
with great success, vill be a sufficient!
guaranty to those having claims, to
entrust them to my hands.
M. M. NORTON.
Pickens C. II., Oc-. 15, 1850.
on i c
II. L. JEFKKUS,] [w. 8. COTHKAN.
[E. J. IIUCKMA8TBH.]
W A RE-II O U S E
Market-Street', 11 am ait iki, S. C,-?WAffiarnoor
*? t . 1 ??. * A "?*
lUCllllWU-OirCOX, VVUdUBTA, Ull. riltRPSOOF.
Take tliis method of informing their
friends and the public generally, that
they still continue the Warehouse and
Commission business in this place and
Augusta, Gn., where they offer their services
to Receive, S^Ohe oh sei.l Cotton,
Flour, Hacon, ?fec., Receive and Kouwahd
Mi:ucn anuihk, Buy Goods, for
pl.anteus oh meRCUANTB.
Their Warehouse in Augusta is on
Mclntosli-strcet, in the centre of the Cotton
Their Warehouse in this place is bafc ]
from water and isolated, therefore not
exposed to fire.
As they will he constantly at their
post, and promoting the interests of thci/
t'riuuds (which they arc aware will add to
their own.) Ti . y solicit and hope to.
merit and receive .full share of that libera?
patronage heretofore bestowed.. and
for which (hoy now return thanks.
Liberal cash advances will be made
when required, on any produce in stoi-e
J UKFEH8, COTIIRAN & Co.
Hamburg, Sept. 1st, 1840. 18
rIMIK Undersign take this mot hod
1. of calling the attention of pur?|
. _ _ I . I r f I
I H.I9UIS iu ?i large siock 01 v?roceries,
Loth in Augusta Ga., and Hamburg
S. C-. Consisting in part of
l?otli (nilnny and
Dundee; I I to do ini'liCM
wide, and heavy.
Rale l&ope and Twine.
SUGAR COFFEE SALT IRON
Molasses, Cheese, Mackerel,
Flour, Bacon, Nails superior quality,
CANDLES, TALLOW, AND PATENT j
MUUJjI), ol all kinds,
Sole Leather, Oak tanned,
and Hemlock, do,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Soap, Starch,
Indigo and Madder
; window glass,
i Ni'^rn Shoes, anil Blankets of the
heaviest and best quality.
IloMBSITX. CALK'OKS, ik,r.
All of which we will sell at the very j
I foire.sl prices of the Augusta and
! TTiiiribnrnr mnrl-nto
Orders from Georgia, Alabama,
and South Carolina will be thankfully
received, and tilled at the lowest
prices.?Orders addressed to Howard,
McDonald &. Co., either to Augusta
or Hamhiircr. will moot
J. J. HOWARD.
T. M. BR1NDLEY.
OSrThe Laurensville Herald, and
Hamburg Republican will please
copy one month.
Oct. 4, 1850. 20-4t
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen Keith, assignee, ) Deo. in Attach
vs. f Perry & Keith,
Joel M. Keith. ) fMff's Att'ys.
The Plaintiff having this day filed his
Declaration in my office, and tho Defendant
having no Wife, nor Attorney,
known to be in this State on whom a co
py of this Declaration rriay bo served,
On motion of Plaintiff's Attorney,
It is Ordered, That the Defendant do
appear and plead or demur to the said
Declaration, within one vear and a dav
from this date, or judgment will entered
W T. KF.TTH, o. o. p.
Clerk's Office, )
January 1, 1860. f 83-ly
03" WE are ati^oriwul &> a^
imuiioo JOHN V7KI/H1N aS H ftfi"
(lidatefor Sheriff of Picl
at the ensuing election.
rI^i$E suhscitbar offers 100 acres
I. of well imnro^erl lund lvin?r ?*.S
the Ka8| ftido ofthe West prong of
Little River f<pr sale on terms favorable
to purchaser?. ...
P. S. Application must bG made
on the premisss, between this tame
mi'! the 5th 'December-..
Oct. 39,1850. ??-tf.
PlCKfctfS DISTRICT.?4 '
David Lesly and wife, Applicants?
Win. MoWhorter aad wife, and.
Whereas it appears to the Ordinal
v of said District, -tTiV Mathew
Kyle, Henry Kyle, ant? some of the
children of Jas. Kyle, deeeasodi vs?
James Kyle and Huntef Kyle, the
children of John, Laughlin and Win,
Kyle, deceased, (names not I nown,)
and the heirs of Catharine Kyle,
widow of Robert Kyle, deceased,
(names not known) parties, defon1
. *i ' 1 * * *
(Kims, resuio without the limits oi
this State: It is therefore Ordered
and Decreed tlmt 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 De
comber, 1850, or their consent to the
same will he entered of record.
W. I). STEELE, o. *. i>.
Sept. '2nd, 1850. 16-3m
For (he exclusive sole oj JBaccn 4* -Ri
vc/i\t and Dubois and Seabury's
celebrated Grand Action Piano
J34 and 230 King Street, (?t the Bend,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ktwry Imtrnment sold is accompanied
irun a written guarantee ,vo that
(here is no rink whatever to the purchaser.
R. OATKS would respectfully invit
J.tJL the nttontion of tlx-public generally
to his soloct catalogue of musieaf puf>Iica
ii5*, the copy rights of which have been
secured from (he Composers.
Amo Bishop* s Grand March, founded on
Bellini's celebrated Rondo Finnic; 'Ah!
don't mingle,' in 'La Somnsimbula,' and
introducing the new variation, composed
by Bellini, (never before published and
the property of Bochsa.) Embellished
with a col l ect likvin-ssof M;;d?>uiv Bishop,
in the character of Amina. Arranged
lor I he Piano Forte by N. C. Boch>n]
Price 37^ cents.
Vnc nit it dens les Tropiques: (A Night in
the Tropics.) A Reverie, on a motive
from Le Desert, by Feliciec David. Cornrosed
bv Maurice Strakofech. S^Xr.onts
^ 7 ? - - * '4
Grand Polka Funtaxtujuc: composed by
the late cminetit Guitarist, Viiicent A.
6'chmidt, author of the 'Retrent' Aro
ranged for the Piano For to by Miss AdelKohnstock'
Sunny side Waltz: embellished with a benu
* - c o ? i -*
nidi iiuu vuri~vui> view ui minnysiae, 1110
reiideitco of Washington Irving; composed
' Ilenrv T. Outes. 25 cents.
Mary , ne Polka. 25 cents.
Ra Fillc le Regiment Polka introducing
tlio nir 'Sidut a la France.' 25 cents.
Leve (VAmour Potka. 25 cents*
Yankee Doodle Polka. 25 cents*.
Federick William ? Garden Polka. 2f c(s.
Second Susannah Polka: l>v Rfcilm. 25 cts.
JfoMfi. S\1!WPt lYchtnp r>?1bn Kn.nWir?.l
Rose of Summer, Polka: very popular
26 cents. ^ *
Love not Pofku, by Itzilii 25 cents.
Celebrated Linda Polka, iutroduuinjr 'Ah !
w uld the happy day waa near.' 26 cis.
Charleston Quadrille$: by F. Woolcolt.
Dispairitiff Mart/, a Roauliful BflKftil, composed
by the laic distinguished vocalist,
John Wilson. 25 cents.
Keowee Waltzs, in % Nos.; by ft lady of
South <?arolinn. 00 cents each.
n.i j<- n - ^ * '
l aunciin iitr/tmeni vutcre step?embo
Hshed vrith n correct rcpi esentniion of the
new Millitnry H?H, C'lijnUston: by i/enry
T OatC8r 26 ccnts.
Southerner Quick ?/<?;>?-embellished with
n Correct representation of Stenipship
Southerner, by //eory T: O^tefl. 'lb cents.
i/aaper (jitards March, Composed by a
lndy of 8oufch Carolina. 25 cents.
Lwy Long Polka. Bteyermarkische. 26 eta.
Carnival of Venice Polka, very popular
Steyermarkittche Favorite Pdlka. 25 cents.
Also, All the New Music received by express
from the principal publishers in the
%*A liberal discount made to deulers,
cchoots and Hcminmios.
jC^rOrdera for these pnMications roust
234 and 230 King st. fat th6 bend)
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T>ANAWAY fr> m tlve Subscriber,
JLlji at Kingston. OaAs efS.v Op.nriirW:
a negro miw IV ftas
a Wain over eye,1 inclined j to
be gray, about 45 years old?of rath-*
er a mown complexion. I bought
te boy of i Gen. Uuvii, of Pifkens
i^rSfa^nhd .formerly belonged
to some of liynchcH, of thkt tMstribt
or Greenville. >'< W
I will give the above rewind of f25
for the delivery of said boy to Jacob
RurrtM. Pjw*.. nnnv
cannot be guen. QmkQE. C
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