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r it ova eijropg.
The steamer Asia arrived at N.
York on the, 14lh inst- Shf brings*
Liverpool dates to March 1st, and
London to February 'iSth, being one
week later fronT'aM parts of Europe.
Tl.n nr?liti/'iil iui?'o
^ |^ui dvhd HUM nut. possess
much interest. .-'y #W
The Puke of VVelttp^tou isppok^n
of as tlio next PM'hiifcr to succecti
Lord John Russell. HP J
France remains tranquil. jTluvpoTit
ical news generally is withoujTanything
of very striking interest.
It is denied in the Monitenr tHnt
Napoleon designed reviewing (300000
troops.on the ..Boulevards.
The anniversary of the French re
volution was vnry general'y .observed
and passed oil very quietly thro'utit
Theplan of ilia Austriau intervention
has been cli -nus.sec in the Cabinet
Caunckl. The Federal Fortress
is lobe occupied by an Austrian
it was rumored that an. Austrian
expedition was about proceeding a*
Trift Into liimnra r>f ???^v-lU*? ??? '
? ? v/i cvi _iirv\j i?iv;clsures
in Prussia have heen contradicted
by (he Ministerial papers.
Jmt3gift;.aUO Bavaria agree that all
the Austrian proviuyp? be received
into the (Permian Confederation.
The Turks have defeated the Egy
ptians in several skirmithe:
Project oj Indian IVar in California.?The
recent accounts of the, difficulties
and fights with the Indians
render it almost .certain that there is
a concerted movement on I lie purl of
ihe Indians on the border, which .will
give trouble lo Ihe authorities of the
.State and the Union. The Alta California,
on the authority of Judge
Marion, who is.said to be particularly
well informed on the subject, estimated
the tribes making hostile demonstrations,
as numbering probably
seven thousand, spread through the
mountains between the waters of the
Toulumne and the San Joaquin.?
mi ? ...
* ney nave intercommunications thro"
tft<* m<>unrlfl4iv passes, by which they
will be abjq.to.concentrate the greater
part of their force upon whatever
point may be attacked by the Americans.
The Alia' California says much
trouble is anticipate^. The mountain
tribes arc 1?? oiiuiCiCni uiuiihers
to keep at bay any weak parties who
niay march against them. Being thoroughly
ficquainted with the mountain
nUUCOQ. llu>u nncoooo ?i?
over moat ol the whites, who are disposed
to tajce part in the foray against
them- .The State authorities are making
every erertion to to meet the
emergenqy.. A.bill has been introduced
in .the Legislature to raise
?300,000 by loan.to provided for the
equipment and support ol the expedition
for the defence. Both State
and United States troops were preparing
for an expedition against the
Sir John Franklin.?The Host on
Journal discredits the account, just
received via Singapore, purporting to
refer to the company of Sir John
Franklin. It t>ays:
"We had some time since an account
of the arrival of the Herald at
1 he Sandwich Islands, hut no report
of the above character was made by
her officers.. Ilui -desnaiclu.s probably
reached the I3riti.Government
long since, and had such a report
lYtn/la if nr/wwl iin.lAnlvtiwIlt'
im??uvi ii. i' wutvi uunUUI/iUUIJT
have hg^n pubtjblicd. We are in
clineato believe,*'therefore, (hat the
report is-either utteily destitute of
foundation, 01: thai it. was based on
the. Ksfjuiniaux - itovy which was
made public i,oni? mqnthasince, and
was generally disbelieved;
. Wanly (/OuiiiKiifs.
The Richnjond-Kx'nni'rrrer on commenting
gn the position of this Slate,
6ay? v. ' L 4 '
"Since the adjournment of Congress,
the- seetioiiat question has
rm y$od into the considertiou q| South
Carolina V moveirtents. This Slate
lias made up her mind to secede from
the Union with all 4h proper forms.
That she has the same right to <lo it
whtc-h sWlmfl fo <^me jjito the CJn1011,
is a propositi. v .which does not
admit of dteetlssion. The only argumofrt
which the satellites of the ad:
ministraitbnf can mJvance fo'the con
JrarWia ih'ethVeit of brute force.
"Their distant truculenre ig a ma I terof
smfiH import t.r those who recollect
the behavior this same party
in every war' we iiavo ever had
wilhE%|Mpl dn the globe; Who
rememrcfr tlierir f&titir.'hs for peacp ;
and tvho fmva not- fryrfrtttten thfc'blue
liglrts which the kindled literally oiily
on the shores of'Hhode Island, nnd
(liuiofffgur iist war with (Jrcat Britain;
which they 'Iftirnt an effect, on
ovorv spot of. t|je lmirf}, nnfl rn every
contest wlnfether with England, or
France^ But while thriy. (ire nothing
in ihemsolves* thby are deeply to he J
r<pelted Vy those who desiro the
Xjniori^ oerpetuityt1Their oxaspera*
C'ng ek *< t upon the justly ,niur?red
Slain cannot he calculaii-d. If South
Jf?Vj^f?,,y ip Union, that deriloftdiie
evdnl mut>l be attributed in
even more than to the infamous outrage
on the South, known as tlip "Jatft
-happy -ftdjOfclfhimt,"' of ihe slavery
"Should the day ever arrive in
which the Federal Government in
the hands of fools, tyrants and cowarils,
attempts to coerce a sovereign
Stale, as it now threatens to do, no
? -M *T
milium win remain wnetner the Umcn
longer exists. The day on which
blood is shed in such a quarrel will j
range every slavteholding Slate on the
i side of the oppressed, aucl hrin be-j
ticailf lidr banner every man in their
lands who is aught but the tool and
sycophant of despotic" power.
Ma. Webster's Letter.?The
Washington correspondent of the i
Charleston Courier writes:
"i learn, by the way, from a private i
hut official letter, just received here,
that Mr. Webster's Hulsemann letter
has been translated into all Europeart
languages, has been extensively
circulated and read, .?nd must undoubtedly
produce an impression op
public opinion in favor of republican
Chevalier Hulsemann has rejoined
to Mr. Webster's famous letter, but
in a very mild and unassuming tone."
Georgia Military Schooh.~'\\w
huildingr of this Institution at Marietta
are rapidly progressing. We
understand, says the Advocate of the
13th inst., that besides the principal,
Col. Brumby, two other gentlemen
of high liierary attainments have
l 1 - *
I wvjvii cuungeu ns insminors. It IS j
expected that the buildings will be in
readiness in June of the present year
at which time students will be received.
The trustees are expecting
to issue a circular in a short tune containing
a full statement of plan of discipline
and instruction, terms, &,c.
Shocking Affair.?Alex. Boggs,
a son of Alexander Bogg, Esq., commission
merchant of this city, was
brutally . murdered at Curlisvilie,
/ * _ I'i* 1 ' *
i uamorma, on me %Ji?t!i ot January.
I A letter from Jacksonville, dated on
I that day, to a gentleman of this oily,
! Last night, a travelling gambler,
j named Bowen, while, stopping at
i Ourlisville, got into a quarrel with
j another man, and drew his pisto! t!ij
third time to fire, when Hoggs interfered
to prevent it. Hard words
then passed between him and Howen.
but which was apparently settled
to the satisfaction of both, but
i this morning, while Mr. Hoggs was
j reclining on the counter in his store
j nnwon entered, and asked him if he
i would figlu lum. On being answer
I ed in the negative, ho iuuned a e'\
i drew a revolver, and shot him dead
with two discharges, one ball pissimr
into I is hreast and the other through
his head. Boweti was in the act of
bring the third time at his prostrate
victim, when he was seized hy the
spectators, exasperated to the holiest
piteh by such a savage and coldblooded
murder, dragged to the *r;d
lows used for slaughtering hears, and
in sp te of his cries and entreaties,
compelled to expiate his horrid crime
i upon the gallows. I could, in my
| cool judgment, almost sanction the
I sequel to this hoorrid tragedy, we ?
I it not for the example to society.
, Bowen was still suspended at ?2o:
clock, p. in., having been hung :?< 8
I an object of scorn and contempt to
I many, as though they would .siii
wrpak their unsatisfied vengeiW'-c
on his lifeless clay, or, with scorpion
lash, would fain chase his soui into
the spirit world. Poor, frail humanity!
how weak thou art?how lilt e
like thy God! 1 was nftisonnllv nr.
qi minted with Mr. Ilogga, and esteemed
him v' ry highly. Alas! hib
la t e.?Baltimore American.
Desecration.-The Mexicans about
Monterey have entirely destroyed the
walls around the grave-yards built
hy our troops during the war, and
parried oft nearly all the stones.?
They have not, however, in any way
molested the graves of llie hund v<
buried there during the occupation of
Monterey tiy our tro >j s.
Cargo of Elephants?Wo a a glad
to team that Mr. June, Whom 'we
formerly announced as having come
to (Jalle in a vessel from America, for
a cargo of elephants, has Succeeded
in procuring the olyect of his search.
On his arrival in Colombo, lit* was
informed that Oovermfieht had elephants
for sale; hut we happened to
meet him one day in search of what
was here called "Government."?
With his Yankee ^o-ahead business
notions, hft supposed that, it a party
had any thing for sa'e, that parly
rtlirrlil 1a !/ ???* ' - - ' 1 "
UUQ... .? ?v11eli price 10 asK for
it. Government has elephants for
sale, said every person; hut nobody,
individual or collective, could be found
to fix a price at which they would be
sold, <to that ho decided there vvas
rehlly no. Government in Ceylon-?
Failing in the direction, Mr. June, a
perfect stranger to the country, and
assured by tiriany residents that he
not, in any reasonabfo time, obtain
the number of elephants he required,
w?jut ioio the and* uotwjtb
1 standing the unusual wetness of the
1 season, succeeded!in picking up bciWf
cii twenty atia tlnrty elephants,
! which Bre ou their way to Galle, to
! he shipped on board the American
hark Regatta, now lying there in
' waiting for him. Wc wish Mr. June
and his "hoys and girls." as he calls
llirm, a quick and safe passage to"
Yankee land.?[Colombo (Ceylon)
in A ...... ?
The following anecdotes are told in
Governor For a s history of Illinois:
' In those days (from 1818 to 1830)
justice was administered in the courts
without much show or ceremony.?
The judges were gentlemen of sense
and learning, who had their courts
mostly in log houses, or in the barrooms
of taverns fitted up for that
purpose, with a temporary bench for
judges, and chairs and benches for
the lawyers and iurors. At the first
circuit court in Washington county,
by Judge John Reynolds, on opening
the court the sheriff went out into the
court yard and said to the people,
'Boys come in. our John is going to
hol<! court. This was the proclamation
for opening the court.. In
general the judges were averse tode*
riflmnr ntiout iona I !!Uf Am A 1
v. iu?i? * nvjr \1ii1
nof like t lie responsibility of offending
one or the other parlies. They preferred
to submit every thing tney
could to he decided b< the jury. I
knew one who, when asked for instructions
to'the jut y on points of law,
would ruh his head and the sides of
his face with his hands and say to the
lawyers, 'Why, gentlemen, the jury
understand it; they need no instruction;
no doubt they wiil do justice in
the case.' This same judge presided
at a court in which a man named
Green was convicted of murder, and
it became his unpleasant duty to pronounce
sentence upon the eulpriU-7He
called the prisoner before him
and sad to him, lMr. Green, the jury
say you are guilty of murder, and the
law says yoa are to be hung. 1 want
you an&all your friends down on Indian
creek 'o know that it is not I
who condemn you; it is the jury and
the law. Mr. Green what time
would you like to he hung? The law
allows you time for preparation.1?
Mr. Gteen said, May it please your
honor, 1 rny? ready at any time; those
I who kill the body have no power to
, 1.: 11 .1 1 a T ' .... - 1
mm iui: sum. my preparation is m;iue,
and I am ready a) any time llie court
pleases.' The judge replied, 'Mr.
Green, it is a vc-iy serious matter to
he hung; it ran I happen to a man
hut once in his life;, and you had better
lake all the lime you can got.?
.Mr. Clerk, look at the almanac and
see whether this day four weeks
comes on Sunday.' 'J'he Clerk ooked
as directed, and reported that that
day four weeks came on Thursday.
Then,' said the judge, 'Mr. Green,
the court will give you only to this
day lour weeks.' The case was prosecuted
by James Tuvnev, the Attor
ney Ueneral, who interposed and
snid: '.M;iv it please the court, on occasions
of iliis sort it is usual for
ronrts to pronounce a formal sentence;
to remind the prisoner of his
perilous ron lit ion; to reprove him for
quilt, and to warn him against the
judgment m the world locome.1 To
which the judge replied: 'Oh, Mr.
'IWiley, Mr. (?rcpu understands the
whole matter; he knows he has got to
he hung; you understand it, Mr.
Green, don t youT 'Yes,1 said the
prisoner, ' Then, Mr. Sheriff, let the
prisoner lie remanded and adjourn
Interesting KivperiiHent.?An nrnti
sing and also infere.ting experiment
may he performed as follows:?Take
lour glass tumblers, invert them upon
the floor, lay a board on them
et a person stand on the board, (I
another, stand ng on the floor, beht
him over the buck, a short t'me,
with a fur cap, muff, or anyth g
made of fur or silk plush; then apply
your finger to his nose, and a spark
of fire will be seen to flash f'om the
noj-e to the finger, '/'lie room should
be dark, when the experiment is
made, to as to bo able to see the
A story is told of a hypochon 'riac
gentleman of rank anrt fortune in
Ireland, who fancies one of his logs is
of one religion and the o'hor ofat)oth
e/\ ' He not (infrequently puts one of
his unfortunate Ieg3 out side of the
hed to pun ch- it for its religious error*.
An odd sort of genius having '*o< ped
in a mill, was looking with ap
IjmcHH Hiiiunmunmni m ine roiary
movements of the machinery, when
the miller, thinking to quiz huu uhked
him if he had heard the news?
"Nol as J knows on," says Jonathan,
"what is it P'
"Why," replied the miller, "they
say the devil's dead.1'
"Byjinffo," he exclaimcd, "Ishc?
who tends the mill.'" *
Jonnnn Rflillifl ii? Fliiorliah nru>fswu?
Despatches from Cincinnati state
that the Cholera has appeared in a
mild form in various parts of the
West, but principally along the rivers.
^ \ Yankee auctirneer indulged in
the following bit of the pathetic:?
' ' Cientlenien, il my father and mother
stood where.you do, and didn't
I I \1 1 \7 t Iwicn
I wx%j ?u\ or/ v iv.^diu i'vn;ta VVIll'II IIK'y
I were going for one dollar, I should
feel il my duly as a-son, to tell both
of em that they were false lo ihemselves
and faUe to their country."
Mr. VY ise, the aeronaut, is said to
he engaged in the construction oftt
monster balloon, with which he intends
to prove the certainty of his
ability to cross the Atlantic and eircsmnavitrate
WE are authorised 1o announce
EDMUND' HERNDON ns
a Candidate for Tax-Collector o
'Pickens District at the gpsuing elec
npHEi \ix Collector lor Pickens
JL District will attend at the follov
ing places, viz:
On 4th of March at John l^wen's5lh
44 4* The Trap,
(ith 44 44 Hester's,
7th 44 44 Mrs. Barton's,
8th 44 44 Wolf Creek,
10th 44 44 Humcarrfr,
II th 41 44 Pickens C. H.
12th 44 44 Me,Kinney s,
13th 44 44 Grtiht's Store,
and in the evening of
the 13th March at Oconee Station.
14th 44 44 West Union.
15th 44 44 Ro'md s Store,
and in the evening of
the 15th March at Jonas Phillips'
17th 44 41 C. Poole's,
18th 44 41 Bachelor's Retre'it
10th 44 4k Rockwell,
20th 44 44 WnV. Saunder's,
21st 44 44 E. M. Cobb's
22nd 44 44 R. Gaines1
24th 44 41 Salubrity,
OC.l ' " IV ? "
x.,y. ii * r!CK?nsvine.
At Pickens C. H. on Monday and
Tuesday of Spring Court; my books
will ihen be closed, all returns not
inade^by that time will be liable to a
All persons arc required to return
all taxable properly transferred or
purchased since the last tax return.
All money at interest is taxed 1 1-2
per cent on the dollar of interest due.
State Tax raised 50 per cent.
Road Tax, 50 " u
Poor Tax, 15 " M
JOHN BOYVEX, T. C.
J an kj:>, 1851. 3(5?tf
THE BOOK OF * FIE NATION
The Oldest Magazine in America.
EDITED DV MH8. R A It A II J. IIALK.
coml'akison detwken oot?ev am> ti1e other
rilll.ADKLl'illA uontii i.i kb.
In 1848, the Lady's Bonk gave 910 pages?
which i* 110 more ilian one, and 148 more than
the other Philadelphia montlily. lie gave 281
engravings?among which were 20 colored, niul
03 full pages?which is i:iC more than one, and
180 more than the other.
We give, in eacli number, a piece of music,
printed sepiuwtely on tinted paper, 24 pages, or
, welve pietflPin a year. To show the cheapness
of the Lady's Dook, this music, if bought separately
at the music stores, would cost exactly the
price of the whole year's subscription?^3.
Souf. or out! PeOULIAU kmuei.i.i8umestrt.?La
lie's work table?which comprises every kind oi
needle-work embroidery, knitting,netting-crotchet,
patterns for capes, chcniesettes, children's
clothes, wedding-dresses, in-door and out-door
costumes; birds of America; colored flower plates
model cottages and furniture; fashionable dor
...w-nwin, ? ikii?i?c (iuuvmbi viii* iiciki Di articles
etc., etc. All the above uruilluMrau d by cugavings.
Anil, in 18B0, will also bii given a set ofengraving*,Illustrative
of the coMuimoh, of All nations
with descriptions by Mrs. Hale. Most of the old
features of the liook that wtro so popular
yehf, will be r<*thihod, and new ones added as
tht?-V mny suggest themselves to the publhlier.'
A NKW NOVKF. HY W.ttlLLMOKK SIMMS,
ill be one of thj) feature* for 1800.
We have long stoodfit the Head of the Magazine
world for our contributions; they are always
moral and instructive, aiidmich as may be placed
before a family without hesitation. Thi* tlepartment
is under the control of of Mr*, /tenth Jo-<epha
Hale, whose name alone in a sufficient
.niaramtut tor tnc propriety of ?ho Lndy'n Hook.
\V,?i may nay tho ^iuiib of our engraving*. W e
will nuvvf, ? - iadone by a cotp?ipor?*r>, publish
indcci'iitiaodcl-artift picture?,(iticn anno parent
would allow a child to look at.
Oodky'b Lady'i* Hook for i860 nh&ll Mir|>MMt
t hat oi a.iui axccod aliuiagatiuoH,p?st ,pr?B>
tint.and to cyme.
Tsrma: & n y*nr in usance .poatnpe paid
AddreBH L. A. OODRY. .
Remaining in the Post Office. at
J ck?-nf H., Quarter ending 31st
Dec. 1850, wllich if not tftken out
tttifKife* * '? * 1- ? * *
T..1.111 mice IIK.'IIIIIH Will no sem TO
the Post Office Department as dead
Daniel Alexander; IjUiibt. R ?oyi'.
F rf i i ?I
Lewis Eaton; Wm. It Fant; James
Howard; Mr. Harper.
W H Mill* Joel Moody, Wm.
McDowd; W G Power; Thomas
Perry. . - ? . ,
. - lis vv
Chester Root; Harvey Robertson;
9 . /
j PM3KKIVS A?/AIH-:.HV.
\ T the instance of llic Trhstccs,
XX. the subscriber >yill op.en School
I in the Academy at Pickens C. H., j
on !2nd Monday in January 1851.
The Acndoniir. vnnr will l>nA?loil
into two Sessions, five months each.
RATES OF TUITION I'ER SESSION: >
For" Spelling, Reading, Writing*
mid Arithmetic, - - - $0 CO
The ahove with Grammar,
and Geography, - 8 00
Rhetoric, Philosophy and History,
and the Languages, 15 00
Composition and Speaking will he
required of" the Pupils, and a strict
regard will be Imd to the deport in nt I
and morals of the scholars.
Boarding, in rcspectublc families
from six to seven dollars per month
Wm. MC VVHOHTBR.
_ ii ?
PROPOSALS for carrying the
mails of the United Slates from
the first of July* 1851, to the 30th ol
June 1855,inclusive, in S nth Carolina,
will be received a! the.contract
I office oi the Post Office 1)< ipnrhneu I
in t he city of Washington, until 10 a.
nip, or the 1st of April, 1651 (to lie tie
c.ided i?y 'he iDili day of April,) on
the routes and in the manner and
lime herein specified, viz:
3207 Front Pendleton, after arrival
of Augusta stage, say at 1 p in, four
times a week, Tueaclrtyi Thursday,
Friday and Saturday;
To Pickens c. li. l>y 5 j) in, 14
And hack between 5 a m and 10
3:208 From Pickensvillo at 5 a in
once a week Saturday;
By Equality, Siabtown, Silver
Gludo, Newell. Golden springs, Douthet
and Brushy creek;
To Pii&ensviile by 0 p m, equal to
'20 miles and back.
3201) From Panther Fork at 4 a m,
once a week, Wednesday;
By North Saluda and Pituroy;
To Pumpkintown, by 142 m, 24
And back beUvecn I p m and 9 p
3513 From Picl ensville at Gain,
once a week, Saturday;
By Daeusville, Pmnpkintovvn J2Mile,
and Woif Creek;
To Pickensvillia by G p in, equal
to 21 miles and back.
3214 From Pickens c. h. at 7 am,
on e h week, Saturday;
By Robert Stewart s, Andem?t),s
Mills, and Nix's on Fastatoe;
To Pickens c. b. by 7 p m, equal
to 18 miles and back.
3*215 From Pickens c. h. al Da n><
! twice a week, Saturday and \\ edjues
liy West Union, Colonel's Fork,
H orse Shoe, Walton's Ford, Ga.'To
coa Falls, Clarkesville, Nacoochee,
Mount Yonah, Pleasant Retreat and
Cavender s Crek,
To DahSonega, (?a., liy 0 p m,
next Monday and Thursday, 80
And buck between 8 a m Monday
and Thursday, and 8 p m next days.
Proposals to embrace lilue Creek,
instead of Nacoochee, will be considered.
321(5 From Pickens c. h. at 1 p m,
once a week, Saturday;
Hv OrniU'f1 Slnlmn f'lmnlin/> nn<l
- j ? v/ l|\. VMVV1 IIUll
To Pickens it; h. hy 9p m nix
day, equal to28 miles and hark.
3217 1* rort? Pickens c. h. at 0 a. m,
once a week, Saturday;
By Clayton s Mills, Saliif ri 4,
Pickensville, Wolf Creek, and JoHughes,';
'I o Pickens c, h. hy 8 p in,equal to
21 miles and hack.
3218; Krom Pickens c. h? at 7 ft m,
once a week, Saturday;
3218 Fr0m Pickenai c. -h. at 7 af ii^
once a week, Saturday;
By Bounty Land, Clareinont, Bftffhplnr's
To Pickens c. h. by 0 p in tiext
day, eqtml to 24 miles and buck.
A OHBAT NATIONAL PICTURE.
WA8HJN ftTON !
From Stuart'* dim celebrated tainting.
Thin huge and mnjjnificfint portrait of
Mn'^frrmri tWv BftvW
can ifcconeidm-d by nVr tvhd
<w<?n it to he one of the mont beautiful tspe?imenu
of nvtever published, nrt<i it conceit
likttlll'ltS flf AVniihiii.il/in *1*1-? ,,J
.. rrt .... ^..'II, . Mir ,?i IIIW
I pinto ifteighteen by twenty eight inches;
which will make a handsome Woture fbtr
he Parlor, and ? oul<l be in thehiiiklu of
every A?nei}ean citizen.
It is ft correct <;opy from 8te war t> celebrated
o??g!nal Pointing, now ut tho Statg
Hou^e, Uariford Conn )i | i'm8
It u finely engraved, and printed on superior
plate paper. Tlmt it may,within
the rm?an* of ail. the publisher ha? reduced
ine price to Una Dollar !
All person* rqnaiuintf the aVount mny
rely upon rroityjig. a perfect copy hy retnrn
or'mnil toVinyprtrtol the united fluitw,
carefully pul up on rollers made for the
purpose, free-of. noefcftrje.
Address all order*, pout paid to the pub
?GE S E U A L WOLFE'
WILL stand the ensuing Spring
Season at the following placet
At the subscriber* residence o?
Eastatoe, Daniel Alexander's ii
Clieohee, William Todd's nea:
Oconee Station, Fountain Alexan
dpr'n nn /7rr?**? - A 1
.. ~.~,r wic<r, /*uuersoni
Mills on Twelve Mile* and nea;
Mm. Chastain ? on Oolouuy.
T^e ulioyp uai??e<i-iiOiow-. is of me
(linm si/o?n deep black?A fim
pacer, \\orks well in harness, anc
withal very finely formed. "Gen
eral Wolfe'' was fro potted by Mr
Churchill of Augusta, in March last
Me wil. stand at the following
rales, to wit: Five dollars for in
surance, and four dollars for th?
The subscriber pledges himself ic
use every endeavor to preve t; bur
will not be reipoi sible for any accidents.
O. E. BARTON
Jon. 18. 85?t 14) J 1851"
1 t. 1
rI^liii I'ndorsigu tal>e this method
1 rir calling ine attention of purchasers
to a large stock of Groceries,
both in AugUsta Cja., aucl Hamburg
S. Consisting in p^rl of
XIAUUlNtt, Riolli ttnnny and
Diiixloo; 11 1o 4C iiiclicM
m?ItiiiS hcfti Ji t
Hale Kopr and Twine.
SUGAR COWEE SALT IRON
. Mi lages, Cheese, Mtocl&rel,
Flour, Hacon. Nails superior quality.
CANDW.S, TALLOW, AND PATENT
MO ULD, of ail kinds, 3
Sole Leather, Oak tanned,
ana Hemlock, do,
Powder, Shot, Lertd, Soap, Starch,
Indigo and Madder
Negro Shoos, and Blankets of the
heaviest and best quality. ,
Homespun, Calicoes, &.c. &c.
All oi' which we will sell at the very
louetst prices of tho Augusta ami
Orders frora Georgia, Alabama,
and South Carolina will be thankfully
received, and filled at the lowest
prices.?Orders addressed to How
aid, McDonald &, Co., either to ,\i gustagr
Hamburg, wijl meet vvitb
j. j. Howard.
T. M. RRINDLEY.
O^rThe LaurrnsviHe Herald, and
Hiimhurg Kej ublican will please
i copy one month.
Oct. 4, lsf)0. 20-4t
KAIX: l 1IV K 01 PAIi 7 Ml.KT
/},, hi v Excclluuy ffhilcmarth Ji.
Scahrcoliy Governor W Cowman
dor-inich iff in atul over the State of
WHKRl^AS, in pursuance oiifij*
act of the Legislature of this
State, the votes of members of the
Thirty-seco? d Congress have been
counted ,by. roi^iViibPiOMtU's appointed
lor that purpose; and it appears tent
the Hon. i)anicl \N'aliaco has hedfe
elected for the nrst CongressionalaJP
triel, composed of ^he districts oj
ojmrliiiiuurg, i . nion, HqiK and UJlOS
t??r; lion. James Orr has been tile
c ted for the K'^ond Congressional
disinct, composed of the dislriets of
Pirkens, Andersrtn, GreenyilU? and
Lanrens; Hon. Joseph A, Woodward
had been defied for l)\e third
Csngressionnl di&tftct, eompYw'd <i)f
tlu; distriefs of Lancaster, Kit: haw,
l1'airfield. Ric hland and Sumter-, I Ion.
John MeQiieen lias been Aleetfcd fo*
the fonrth Congressional district eon?
nos^/f ortHd^mlt rffft sti8r c|nrimCl(. j
Marlboro' Darlington,,Marion* rH5r?
rV. CJeoriKVlVnVn ?rUl
Hon. A. Bnrt lias boon itched for
tfie fiftli Congressional district, Composed
of'fftl diiftrtefo of Abbeville,
Newberry, Kdge field ^(iXekmgtonj
Wv,n. Wni. Aiken has been elected
fbr the snub (Jongrdssi'piiinl district,
composed ofthedistriqt of Charleston
llfoi F? e w Co ( (?ck tittf*
r't Tc tb eventli contrressional <i?s
. ?j.i ? - -* " "
v? i\/?i i'vmJi* u"jrA>i? rii^ Of Uf"
nngobus^i B&rjiwell* f&ailfot kColle*
I9U ?|U(1 Um^nnakof gtrJofefi?! i 4
-rhirl ,iq (w$r
sai<Laq,issw U?a ^ proclamation*
notifying hud c!(^l?ruigra^r4HMMol
A*'Wood' P?fS VJdin 1
vektoecAfrw' t^ngitosional l)istr[c JL
and. h fa tW?P
reacsntativ#a In flic Congress Mine
IJnitfid Slrttfed. '* 1
Decembofi A- I). 1850, and in lb"