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Tho President, the Cabinet, Mr. Cloy,
G cn. Scott aid S thousand others attendod
the Lind concert' Receipts $18,000.
In Congrei the military committee have
rep. iied a bid to refund South Crolinathe
oxpcnses incurred in fitting out troops for
the Floridia war. Also a bill to establish
n western armory. The death of Hon. Mr. i
IlnrmonRon hoinrr unnmioftil I
-0 ?.?vw..vvm| wvu a ivuovn
AN ELECTION will he held in
the Court House on th second
Monday in January next for an lnt?ndant
and four Wardens for the
Town Council of Pickens. Managers,
J. W. Norris, W. K. Easly, G.
By order of Council.
E. M. KEITII,
Pickens C. H., Dec. 26, 1850.
Columbia, December 17, 1S50.
GENERAL ORDER, No. 1.
VV. S. Lyles, Mnxcy Gregpr, J as.
M. Nelson, Robert Moorman, Thos.
P. Butler, R. N. Gourdin, Samuel
ivwinwnn. Will in m t-r t<\rnn? t i
M. Keitt, and R. S. Bedon, Esqs.
having been appointed Aid-de-camp
to his Excellency the Governor with
the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, will
be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By order of the Commander-inChief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adjutant and Insp. General.
Dec. 25,1850. 82 3t
TJT 1/ A T\ niT A ?-? mrii. ?
* VCUiVIV UlilVO.
Columbia, Dec. 17, 1850.
GENERAL ORDER No. 1.
R. C. Mr.Caw, William A. Owens,
E. Alexander, jr., E. 13. Means, F.
W. Ileriot, J. D. Ashmore, R, F.
Reynolds, Thomas Hanckel, L. A.
Bjeckham, Edward Johnson, 11. Barn
well Rhett, jr., W. II. Campbell, and
P. L. Calhoun, esqs., having been appointed
Aid-de-canips lo his Excellency
the Governor, with the rank of
Lieutenai t Colonel, will be obeyed
.,.,,1 ?*~.i i
uuu ic3|ji.'i;icu uucuruiugiy.
order of (lie Commander-inchief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. and Inspector General.
Dec. 25, 1850. 32 3t
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber
for 18^7-8-9 and IS50 are requested
to pay up, as after the 1st
ot January next their notes and accounts
will be found in the hands of
\V. J. Gantt, Esq.
J. N. LAWRENCE.
Pickens G. II., Dec. 7th, r50.
BY Order of W. D. Steele, Esq.,
Ordinary of Pickens District,
...;n ?i.i -- o_i i *
win wu oum on oaie-uay in January
next, before llie Sheriff's Oflice,
within the legal hours, a tract of
Lund lying on both sides of Little
River, adjoining lands of Thos. Harrison,
deceased, and others, containing
One Hundred and Fifty Acres
more or less, belonging to the Estate
of Robt. Kyle, deceased. Sold for
if A A
uw y\cres more or less, being Ihe
Real Estate of Win. P. MeDow, deceased,
adjoining lands of Rev. VV,
G. Mullinix, Wm. D. Arnold, G. W.
McDow, and others- Sold for Partition.
TERMS OF SALE:
Twelve months credit, except cost
which will he required on day of
Sale. Purchaser giving bond and
good security, and mortgage of the
premises if requiied hy the Ordina-!
4 1 * 1
ijr, iu aciure uH* payment 01 ine purchase
J. A. DOYLE, s. p. d.
I IT EQCI T.
Benj. F. Kilpatrick )
and wife and others,^
vs ) J3ill for Part.
Thorn. H Jones & j
[wife, and others. )
It appearing to my satisfaction,
that Thomas H. Jones, David Jones,
Susan C. Jones, Lucinda Jones,
Rebecca C. Jones, Nancy Jones,
Martha M. Jones and Matilda C.
Jones; defendants to this Dill, children
of Hart well Jones, and Marv
his deceased wife, formerly Mary
SJtribling-, and heirs at law of Jestfe
' Stribling dec'd. -kUe of this District
reside from and without the limits of
this State. ' *. .
On motion of H. C. Young Comp.
SOL It is ordered that the said defendants
'lo appear and answe or
(lemur tossr.d Bill of coftinlwiniJ with.
ill three months from tfe;s date, or
their consonUO the same will be token
pro conmsso.,, 1
j?f. NORTON, c. e. p. d.
? '?y > -? _ _ ?. s _ v^Tt
William Huni und^
Mason Burdihe, 1 Bill for PartiAdin"r.
and other., >tion and Sale,
vs. J &lc.
James W. Hunt. J
By virtue of a Decretal Order in j
tins case, I will sell belore the Court
House on the first Monday in January
next, the following Lauds belonging
to the Estate ot llenson Hunt,
Tract No. 1?Containing Three
Hundred and Thirty-Eight Acres,
lying on Dodd's Creek, waters of
Saluda River, adjoining laiids o
Martin Hunt and others.
Tract No. %?Containincr Three
Hundred and Sixty one Acres, also
lying Dodd's Creek waters of Saluda
River, adjoining lands of 11. Rackley
The above Lands are sold for Partion
among the Heirs of Henson
A credit of One and Two years
without interest, in count instalments.
except a sufficiency to pay the costs
of this proceeding which will be required
in cash, will be given; the purchaser
giving bond aim good security
for the payment of the purchase
MILES M. NORTON,
C. E 1?. D.
Commissioner's Office, )
20th Nov., 1850. 5 29?5t
To ue Published at Ciikkkville, S. C.
It is proposed to issue an Independent
Tri-Weekly and Weekly Newspaper
in the Town of Greenville, S.
C., to be styled "The Souther v
Patriot," devoted to ommerce,
Literature, Science, and the genera
improvement of thr eonntry in all
her Industrial Pursuits?defending
the Right# of the South, the Federal
"Constitution, and the Integrity of the
Union of the States?and opposing
the Anti-Republican, ruinous and corrupting
policy ol South Carolina's
continuing in the hazards and specuiution
"The Southern Patriot" has originntp.fl
with, nnrl hplmwrc tr? nr? nccn.
ciation of gentlemen, who own nearly
a thousand slaves, and are worth
several hundred thousand dollars.?
This should he regarded by the community,
independent of their honor
their lives and characters, as some
guaranty of Fidelity to the Soulh,
and at least as an earnest of their interest
in the Justice, Wisdom, and
Stability of the Government.
The Proprietors are under the impression
that the growing importance
of our Town?its heavy Mercantile
and Manufacturing business, the anticipated
Railroad facilities, and our
present Mail arrangements, together
with the general Intelligence, Prosperity
and Patriotism of our District,
must insure the success of a Triweekly
Newspaper?giving to the
business community the news and
Telegraphic Despatches, sooner than
they can be received through the
Tri.weekly city papers.
The undersigned have been charged,
by lhe Proprietors, with the Editorial
Department of "The Southern
Patriot." It is not without re
luctance that they assume this grave
responsibility ; but having done so,
neither time, labor, nor energy, shall
be wanting make the Paper worthy
of public patronage. Arrangements
will be made to have Correspondents
in Washington and other
cities?giving intelligence in advance
of tlm nmss?nnrl flio PMPoaP.nn-ont
and slate of the Charleston, Columbia,
Hamburg and Greenville Markets
will be regularly and correctly
"Tiie Southern Patriot" will
bo issued on superior paper, neatly
and beautifully printed, with new
and clear type, at Three Dollars per
annum for the Tri-weekly, payable
in advance. The Weekly Paper
will he a large sheet, containing substantially
the same matter as the
Tri-weekly, for One Dollar and Fifty
Cents per annum, payable in advance.
This will be the cheapest !
Newspaper of its size and quantity
of matter in Sonth Carolina?and is
tiiviiuuu iw iv.at/11 uiuac |juiiun wi hlt5
countrv whose mail facilities are
Any agent forwarding ten subscribers
to either paper, shall receive
a cony gratuitously.
1 ne publication of "The Southern
Patriot" will commence on
the first of January next.
b r,1 mmntr ?
X*. X-. I I'.ivni, /
C. J. FXFORD, 5 **Aon.
Greenville, S. C., Nov. 1,1850.
Those indebted to the subscriber can
save cost by calling nhd settling their
notes and accounts as longer indulgence
cannot be given. I
Jaw. t, 'i#
The Report of the Treasurer of the
Commissioners of ihv Poor, in accordance
with the act of ike Legislature.
Fall Te*'tn, 1850.
1840. To nin t. in Treasurer's
hands as nor last renftW SSI9. M
1850. To ain't, rec'd. from tax
collector, (tnx assessed.)
Treasurer's commission on
ditto at 2 1-2 per cent.
1849. Paid Keovvee Courier
for advertisin last report, $G 00
1850, Jan. 133 lbs. sugar at
9c per lb., $11 97
1-2 lb. senna 37
11 l r.n o im\
? 3<u;ivs Sttlli i)UU O VU
100 lbs. collee 15c 15 00 32 21
510 lbs. pork 4c 2G 04
143 b. cor 40c 57 20
Julie, for cradling ami binding 1 81
1849. Oct. H. Price for 1 1-2
bush, wheat at $1 00, 1 50
E Garrett for 2 coffins, 75c, 1 50
| v. James tor making 2 pair
shoes, ISOe, (JO
W Alexander for 12b. corn 50 (t 00
T Price 10 ? - " 5 00 |
T Price for plank for *2 coffins 50 i
D M Alexander lor snuth s
work as per Bill 4 IW ,
0 1-2 lbs. sole lea/her 25c 1 (>'J
S ? ?
^ jiiliiivuuj oiwio (luu * as |jt"i
Bill 7 58!
Entrance money in asylum for
lunatics E lvester and E McClelland
as per rec't. 100 00
Expenses of travel to asylum
ami back 4 87 i
O 1/ Jl C \ 1
o rvniiy tor sundry items I l>U
Jno Price, stewards wapes 80 (H)
.1 Norton for 440 lbs pork 4 17 84
Dr. Lawrence, foe for examining
lunatic Ivester 5 00
Dr. Karle, fee for examining
lunatics Ivester & McClelland 10 00 !
S Kirksey for gro. brace
For hauling groceries from
Hamburg 0 93
r or 1 skic upper leather '6
For the gross of 41(5 lbs po k 1 00 1
\V J Gantt for holding writ of
lunacy 5 00
VV C Lee do 5 00
Arn't of disbursements $395 36 1-2
Treas. com. on do. ^ 1) GO
<a mount expenaetgsincludingTreas.
co^rff $404 90 1-2
Ain't recti (leducting
Treas. com 3112 45
Balance due Treas. $7*2 51 1-2
It will l?o seeo by tiuUbjitance ofac-1
counts sevcnty-twodbllarsand 51 1-2
cents are due the Treasurer. So
* _ SI'MWBmSBBBL 1
Kit-m h u|H|iii causea rapm navm/r
to send the lanaticsElisha'Yvester and
Elisabeth McClelland to ihe Asylum.
The abov ? amount was borrowed for
that purpose,and interest is due therefore
from pbout the first of September
last till paid.
vv/u*UHUUlVilJJlV W OilljI'i.
IN EQUITY?PICKENS DISTRICT.
\V M Jameson & )
Ji.shua Jameson > Bill for Partition
V8 Rebecca Jame )
son et al. ,v
By virtue of a decretal order in
this case, I will sell at Pickens C. H.
on the first Monday in January next,
the following tracts of Land belong
mg to the estate of Wm. Jameson, |
deceased, for distribution amongst
his heirs, viz:
Tract No. 011 tiie same creek,;
containinn 2(H) acres, adjoiniog Nos.
3 and 4, and Thos. Barnett and others.
Tract No. 0> on tho same creek
containing 2d 5 acres, adjoining No.
5,Mrs. Barrett, Ah. Btirdme anQ oth|
No. 7 on the same c regit. contuin!
ing 245 acres, abjoining No. (J. .Ino.
Williams, Robert N orris and \Trs.
Tract No. 8 on waters on 1'2 Mile
River, containing 22l I *2 acres',
known as the Medlocfc Tract adjoining
lands of Philip Young and
Terms.?A sufficiency to pay costs
will 1 e required in cash, and one,
iwo, and throe yoars credit, with interest
from day of sale, given for the
remainder of purchase money.
Bonds and goon .security.
M. M. NORTON, c. e. p. d.
Comr's Office, Dec. 13, 1850.
n.F. PERRY.] [K. M. KKITli.
. PERRY & KEITH,
A #4 4*4 W *?*nrr
wr mm y ry ?? ? li.Mtf ?
Wnx Praotire in the ConrUof Law and
Equity for Pickens District.
Office, Pickens C. H-v S. 0.
October 1, 1840. ifeft
(KrWE are authorised to an
nounce Capt. JbHN (JeuiUn ate .Van?
didate for Sheriff of Pickens Ditrict
at the ensuing election.
? ' ' ^. i >**
WILL Sold at the late residence
of Wm. McDow, deceased, J
011 the 9th day of January next, all J
of his personal estate, consisting of \
SEVEN LIKJBLV NEGROES, ,t
Horses, Cattle, Ho^s, Sheep, Corn, 1
Fodder, Oats, two Wairjxon, //ouse
hold and Kitchen furniture, Hlacksmith
s Tools, Farming Utensils, &c. |
Sold on a credit of Twelve months.
G. W. McDOYV, Adm r.
Dec. 20, 1850. 30?tds
-NOT W :
THE heirs at law^fef Nancy Ferfrnson,
de d., are hereby notified to
>e and appear in the court of Ordinary
on 2nd Monday in January next
to make a settlement v ith theJKxec
utorof the last will and testament of
j. G. FERGUSON. Ex r.
Picken? C. H., Nov. 17, 1850.
UY VIltTUK OK WlUlfc OK F1KH1 PAOIAS TO
Will l<o sold be'ore the ( Vnirlhouse
in Pifkens Djsfrr't, within'1 lie legal
honrs. on the Orst Monday and Tiles*
,h,, n >nr iynvl
100 \cre 1 .and, ntoro or less- lyiii?_r
on Iito H ivcr. lUt'Miiiif! Imitls of
1/. N H(^>in- J no- M;mlt -.in., mi-! f?'h
ei'S. ic-'.vkm: on a I<;< p: i \ of ,K|>? ;
|)(*s Will:. II,ts ; ! . k bliit ol J. J. HOW j
350 Acres inor?* or less lying on
Caiooga River, in two tracts; adjoin- >
inir Isnwln r?i \V. A. Rilliiiorslnv A I
- O - "" -' o ?, '? '
Snider and others, levied on as the
property of Isaac JRamy at the suit of
nohins and Steele.
Purchasers to pay for titles.
J. A. DOYLE, s. i>. n.
EX ECU Tims ADMINISTRATORS
1 have the sale notes of the Estate
of Thomas Garacline and Elisabeth I
Oaradine. which are this day due. I
ihose indebted are expected to at- j
tend io it immediat 'y.
The Plantation ot the late Thomas
Caradine will be rented for the
next crop, on the premises, on Tues
day the 24th inst.
M. M. NORTON,
30?2 For ExY and Admr.
I FOR 1860.
'THE ROOK OF THE NATION'
The Oldest Magi W0-.[vicrica.
COMI-AHISOy BKTW*KN Clon'*V AM> TMK OTHER
l'lllI.AUKI.rillA MONT II LI Kb.
In 1848,the Lady's Hook nave 910 pngos~which
is 116 more th&it ono, ami 148 more than
the other Philadelphia monthly. He gave 281
engraving*?among which were 20 colored, find
US full pfttfos?which it? 186 more than one, and
180 more than the other.
We give, in each number, a plccc of music,
printed separately on tinted paper, 24 pages, or
twelve pieces in a year. To show the cheapness
of the Lady's Book, ihis music, if bought separately
at the music stores, would cost exactly the
price of tho whole year's subscription?$8.
/Somk ok ouu Pkcui.iau Km hem.ihiim k.nts.?La
die's work t-ible?which comprises every kind 01
ncodlo-work embroidery, knitting,netting-crotchet,
patterns for capes, clioinescttes, cYiildren'e
i clothe.", weOding-dressc; in-door and out-door
co-liinms birds of Anicr ca: colon 1 fliiwnr nUiia I
model cottagc and furnituro; inshionablo dor |
lace-work; Vignotle piutesjjfi'.llie head of articles
etc., otc. All the above aro33lustratfcd by ongA-. ,
vings. _ JKbL
And, in 1850, will also bo given a act of engraving,
illustrative of the continues, of all nations
with description* by Mrs. llata Most of the old
features of the Hook that were so popular last
year, will be retained, and new ones added as
they tnuv "iiggc.it themselves to the publisher.
A tfKW NOVEL BY W.OILLMOHK SIMMS,
Will heono of thofeatures for 1860.
We have long stood at the head of the Maga
tttnv win hi iur uurcoiuriuuuoiiB; iney are aiwayn
moral and instructive, and Much an tuny bo placed
before n family without hesitation, 'litis uepartment
in under the control of of Mrs. Marah Joj-eplia
Hale, whose name alone is a sufficient
guarantee for (lie propriety of the Lady'ft Hook.
We may nay the saino of our engraving*. We i
will never, a-< isdoue by a extemporary, publish '
indeei ntinod^I nrtiftt pictures,8u'cn as no parent ,
would allow a cliild to look nt<
Oodkv n I>a0yV Hook for lHbO hIikII atiriiiuui ;
. Iinl of J840, and oxtdcdait magazines, pa?t, present,
and 10 conic.
Tkrmh' *',i a year in rwlvancc. postage paid.
Address ti. A.'tiOfJHY,
ALL persons are notified nbt to j
tiarJ<> for a Note ofhand ^yen^bi' me
10 Robert M. Beaty for pay a
bio $5 T)ereniber next, and bearing
date about I5lh OrfobOr, 1*^50, ?ft>'II
have i'ec^ived no vahi? ini- ili?* onn<n
note J shftlj not cay it uiilc'^ i
pelied by law; ..-> i
December '/fn?29?4t?or tf
in tub common pjjEAP.
PtPUfw o TMfl'mjtmn
Allen Keith, assigned, J Pec. in Attach
v?. , . , | Perry & Keith,
J9elM, Kftitii. ) fMtf'aAtt'y*.
The Plaintiff having thia dE^*file<l his
Declaration in my oifici, find the Defendant
having np Wife, nor A^omoy,
known to hp in this Stuto on whom a co
py p/ this Declaration miiv Wpo.rvAil
On motion of PlAlnUffAtt?r**y. ' I
It is Ordofed, That lh? Defendant do
appearand plftjftd or demyr^ to thq.wiid
Declaration, wHl?)n onb War afa'ft day
from this date, Or jtid&moilt *ftll
I by dcfn; i) t. MU'; j?: J!.., .
W. L. KEITH, o. c. ?.
Clerk's Office, \
I J**wry J, 1W. f
I ?I . HI ^ ?i? ? ??. q?>ti.w? ? ... . --^ . n? ? -?. . I m |I
Remaining in the Post Officer at
Pickens C. H.? Quarter ending 30ftt
September, which if not taken TVST
within three mouths will be sent to
the Post Office Department'as dead
. . A
RIirVi n Ali>YniifI<u" 1)nnunr?!in Ar
List; C. Allen.
Anna Calhoun or Watson Collins;
J. C. Clayton;
Bright Gilstrap; F. Garvin.
John Iloledil John Hnrd; James
Holdeii; Mrs. Alary A. Hunnicutt:
VV. T. Holland 2? John Hudson t-r;
J. C. Iluirhes.
. jf; .
\Y m. Jolins'On."
James Keith jr.
l)>\ Tlioniiu Lei: I kiMo ! I. I.cislcy;
.ftijin Mou^oitld-. Jnitihs NTM'ufl.ur,
David M.i'Ia iriu I Join. \la,vUTfi!l. jr..'
O. W \ s '
I''. \\ I Urn i i 1 v v\
Miss Maigre; L ufort- Y\ K ,n*
J. L. Roach Z- Caleb Rober son 1.,
B. Rut ledge.
Stephen Smith in Sseaitiv
Jerry, or Jeremiah SaiterfeUi.
J. V. Trimm er: 1 'pp.- V, 1 <m^. j
James Youngbiood J. Ydiftig A
E. E. ALEXANDER: V M.
; % ii? T li
mfirt . L !i - i *
i iiej suoscnoers nave commenced tlie
publication of a Now Weekly apei lor
families, with the above title, under the entire
control of T. 8. Arthur, who will con
centrate upon it all, or neaity all, of his literary
labors. The desigri of this paper is
clearly expre^M'd in the title?"Home Gazette.
! It will be, emphatically a paper
for the home circle?a household compan
ion?a pieasam nresiue menu, coming to
nil willi a cheerful countenance, and seeking.
while it imparts instruction, to entertain
and interest all classes of readers- A
leading feature of the "Home Gazette" will
be a series of Original Nouvelettes by the ,
Ed tor, who will furnish some lour or five !
picitures of domestic life, written in his best !
style, for every volume. The ' Home Ga- j
zene" will be the orgnn of no party nor i
sect; nor will it be the exponent of any of
the isws of the day. But it will faithfully ;
advooatu the right, and seek, by every i
means, to widen the circle of human happiness.
Honestly will the editor teach the
truth, as he lifts overdone in his writings,
for llto sake of g jod to his fellow men. Iiui
in doing this, he will avoid unnecessaiy
harshness and causeless offence, and keep
his journal free from stain of wounding por- |
sonality. lie will oppose what is falsa !
and evil, as one of his moc'iaI dntiftn: hut.
wliile doing so, will use no sharper language
than its rebi ke and correction may require.
The "Home (/azettc" will be elegantly
printed, on fine white paper, with large
clcar faced type, that may bo read by
young and old without injury to the ovoh.
TERMS OF THE PAPER
IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE,
One copy, per annum $2 00
Three copies 5 00 I
Six 10 00!
Ten 15 00
Fourteen 20 00
Where a club of six, ten, or fourteen
copies are sent, an extra copy
will be furnished to ihe postmaster, j
or otl er person who makes up the
club. One cony o! either (jodey s
Lady's Book, (milium *> Maga/ine,
or Saiiain s Maga/.ine will be sunt ,
tor lour (ialiai'8. All loiters must he
pout paid. Money that is current al
tin; plane where the subscription is i
made, Will l>e taken in payment for
the paper. ?>
Address* T. S. Arthur &, Co.
No. 5 Athenian Buildings Franklin
I Mare, Philadelphia.
GOOl) Lands bti Katmav *;< 'reek
and Ohrtu'gn gciori Yfills and
machinery?-^!! my fftiirts on FniU
Oconee, Crooked, and oiher Greeks,
and on Ohatuga (liver.' 1 will sell
low for cash, or on lime by being
?1" ?LI? - *
n?t,uirM< i?y UIIJHCI 18 lO gel Uiy
buainesa together tmd to /none, and 1
have made up my mind to oiler such
bargains that those who have the
means iVifty be' ihdufced to b'uy.pOome
and see, and buy good lands, firie
water power, in a healthy and pleas*
artt part of the country. I Reluctantly
nhali leave my native Stale, with
i iiO ol fif>r ittfiicnrtiftni f
will pay, wit^Oig rostgr trouble.
Oct. 29> 1850,f'
itst-t wan 1 T- ==
ttnHRo wake isooims.
For the exclusive vale of Bacon $' Ra
ven^s and I)ul>oit< and Seabury',8
celebrated Grand Action Pi- ?\?
I 34 and 230 King Street, (at the Bend,)
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Every Instrument sold is accompanied
with a tor it ten guarantee s.'? that
there is no risk uiiatever to the purchaser.
NKW Ml SIC.
MR. OATES would respectfully invit
ihe attention of the wublic cenemllv
to his select catalogue of musical publica
lions, the copy rights of which have been
secured from the Composers.
Anna Bishop's Grand March, founded on
Bellini's celebrated Hondo Finale, 'Ah!
don't mingle, in 'La Somnambulic* arid
introducing ihe new variation, composed
by Ik'llini. (iiev'ei befon- published and
the property of BocIimi.) Kmb'illished
with a coned lilu-mssol Madame Bishop,
in fix. . iii' A ntinu A
for ' lie Piano Forte by N. C. ftcitoh-nj
Price 37.J cents.
Uiic unit dents lex Trnpiquex; (A Night in
tlio Tropics.) A Reverie, on ft motive
from J/>- Desert, 1 ?y I'Vlieiec Duvid. Cam|io>('(i
!?v M.iuiitfc 8trnk;;Scli. fl7^ coiit-s'
Gram* Pnlka FttiUustiqUe: compVwfod by
iWe hue eminent Guitarist, Vinqeiit A.
M'hnikltj mthorof the 'Retro?n ' Aro
ncr<?r) fi*rfhi- Pi:? ft/v t* Kv m ic?.. A /I aK
Kolnv tytk\ '2!j rents.
K tu'-'i wiljr r. b^aui
u\i.l . iihI c.t)f i;c(M \ iv\\ of Hnnnvsiclo, the
. ui-ikh ol VV hiiijjrJori I rung; copipo.
i ?! t>\ I]?MIi \ f arcs. '25 cent*.
Mm" lilnuf. Poljca 2/> i-i ius.
Jia /.// d< Rcoin'int Ptilkit introducing
(In ai. 'S;?hi a'h Fi'nmv.' 25 cents.
Lev tVA)utiiir I'otko. 26 coma*
ntuKcc uooaie t'oiKrt. yo cents.
Fidcrick William' ^ G- rden Polka. 25 cts.
Secovcf. Ktitan noh Polka: by R*iha. 2?? cts.
Home, Sweet ffome, Polka: beautiful.
Rot.? or Summer, Polka: very popular
Love not Polkc, by Rzibi 25 cents.
Celebrated Liuda Polka, introducing 'All ,
w uld the happy day wax near.' 25 c<s
harlebtoii Quadrilles: by F. WoulcOll.
Dispairing Mary, a beautiful Ballad, comSosed
by the late distinguished vocalist,
ohn Wilson. 26 cents.
Keoiccc XValtzs, in 2 Nos.; by a Ifidy of
South Carolina, 60 centR each.
Palmetto Regiment Quick Step?embe
lished with acorrcct repiesentation of the
new MitiUnry Hull, CMmrlrston: by //ertry
T Oates. 26 cents*.
Southerner Quick Step?embellished with
? correct representation of Steamship
Southerner, by Hanry T: Oaten. 26 cfents.
Gasj>cr Guards March, Composed by ft
lady of South Carolina. 25 cents.
Lucy 'Long Polka. StevermarkUclie. 25 cts.
ri f ' ir . h.ii . i
K/iirmyui uj r rmcp j'utKu, very popular
Stcyermarkische Favoiiic Polka. 26 cents.
Also, r.l! the New Music received by express
from the principal publishers in the
***A liberal discount made to dealers,
schools and seminaries.
iar'Q rders for these publications must
bo sent to
234 and 236 King st. (nt the bend)
r|^Hl? Undersign take this method
1 of calling the attention of purchasers
to a large stock of t*roceries,
both in Augusta Ga., and Hamburg
S. C. Consisting in part of
F ^ ?rfc, both Uidnhy aridf
Dundhre; 44 to 46 inclicN
wide, and heavy.
Bale ICope and Twine.
SUGAR COFFEE SALT IRON
Mutatves, Cheese, Mackerel,
Flour, Baoon, Nails superior quality,
CANDLES, TALLOW, AND PATENT
MOULD, of all kinds,
Sold Leather, Oak tanned,
and H??mlork. .'hrY.
Powder, Shot, Soiip, Starch.
Tndigo and Madder *
, . . mr putty;
r. >ml gjngk& v
Negro Shoes, and Blankets of the
heaviest* ami best quality.
All of which we wilvhell at the very
Um, xt \ . !. < of the Augiu.ta an*l
Hamburg markets' ,v
Orders^ from ^e6rg;a, AgggOTj^
| ' T Fi -TTS^' - *
rtu'ot. <"U ami uuen