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The Southern Patriot and President
Fillmore.?The proof of the
truly Southern and patriotic character
of the Southern Patriot multiplies
upon us. President Fillmore, with
the most (Condescending politeness,
has sent the Editor, under his own
frank, a lot,.of books, which the Edi
tor has publicly acl nowledged. Wo
admire the liberal feelings of President
Fillmore. It shows that he can
Overlook the Southern sentiments of
the Patriot, aiW reward i erit where
over found. When we reflect that
President Fillmore has all his life
been a staunch advocate of freesoilisui,
Hnd opposed to the extension of
the Institutions of the South, opposed
to the annexation of Texas lor this
very reason, and an advocate for the
prohibition by Congress of the removal
oi slaves from one State to
another; when we remember that he
voted with the Abolitionists, whilst
in Congress, and was nominated for
his high office to conciliate their 6upnort,
and is. if nnhlif. r>H? nml ni>in
ions signify anything, essentially an
Abolitionist himself, we are astonished
that he should undertake so to
patronize and educate a real Southern
patriot. Surely the President
does not suspect that the policy and
doctrines advocated by tho Southern
Patriot favor Northern interest and
Northern ascendancy, ami the final
triumph of his (Yeesoii and abolition
It is thought an extra session of
the New York Legislature will be
commenced in Juno.
Ilcar mb* aaid BScavc to!
TIIE Notes urid Accounts duo J. J.
IIoSvAttn, at Holly Hill, nro in my
hands for ccMcction. Tlio Accounts must
he closed immediately, either by cash or
note. The Notes can be paid until first of
July next without cos's.
E. M. KEITH.
p;?l>nn > n ir ?: i ki j mc
A. IV/(\gU3 U. lit) jCI^HU 1U, JL CD I lOLl
CoLujrtniA, Jan. 21, 1851.
By His Excellency, J. II. Means,
Governor and CJpinjmancler-in-Chief
in and over the Slale of South
WHEREAS, information has
been received at this JDeparl
KENAN, who was committed to the
Jail of Beaufort District for negro
stealing* broke jail a few clays since,
and made his escape: uojv, therefore,
I, J. M. Means, Governor of the
State of South Carolina, do hereby
ofter a reward of One Hunched Dollars
for his apprehension and delivery
into any jail in this State. Tho said
t \ _l L 5- _ T' - tr i . <
A/iuey, uims iveiiuan, is anoui ioriyfive
years old, five feet five or six inches
hi#h, rather stout, blue eyes,
front toetli out, and is an Irishman by
Given under my hand and
5 T a I ^lc sea' ?* ^)C State, at Co:
( ' '' 5 lumbia; the 21th day of Januarv,
in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fif
ty-oue, and in the seventy-fifth year
?JI 111(3 f?WV Ul UlglJiy <111(1 J 1 KH'piM l( lUlK'U
of the United States of America.
J; H. MEANS.
"R. K. Hi:\r.r;an, Sec'y of State.
J no Myers, and ) Against the heirs
Henry Myers and > ot
others, applicants,) Robt. Ilonnea,
II appearing to my satisfaction
that part of the lieirs of Robert
Honnea reside without the limits of
this State, it is therefore ordered that
they do appear and object to tliQ division
or sale of the real estate of
Henry Myers on or before the Second
dav of Juno oxt. or their con
sent to the same will be entered ol*
\V. ]>. STEELE, o. i>. d,
Pickens C. H., March 1, 1851.
t<7otiimHra, Ft4?. rs. iael.
CLINTON BROWN of Barnwell
Samuel Sparks Ji. of Uarling
ton, W. M. Bratton ofFairfield, Bernard
G. Rico ol Union, William Gaston
Allen of Beaufort, W. Blackburn
Wilson of York, Michaol Whaloyof
Charleston, ArtemusT. Goodwin of
Orangeburg, Samuel Alston of Fairfield,
Carver Randall of Chester, Sebastion
Sumter of Sumter, William
Williams of Abbeville, havincr been
a;,I a~ ? 4_ k:.
npuyjiiHuu /mu vniiijjo iu nn uv
cellenoy the Governor, with the
rank of Lieutenant Oolono), will be
obeyed and respected accordingly.
ByStelcr of the Commaqder-in-eliief.
' i I ['iY,
Adjt and lnsp. General.
40?11 ** ;
rjP*!rTTO,S?) who wish Bureaus and
X Ijoiisteads. ran get them on rea?
pnable terms by nppiyW \o
Spring n in it Summer
I II AVE just received ami am now
opening lU (he Old Stand, a large
I mill ,?.JI .?l ? I
tn;ii ov:u:i It'll OlOCK Ul Ol'lVHMj
AND SUMMER GOODS lor Ladies
and Gentlemen; consisting in
Silks, BarGges, Muslins, Ginghams,
V/U.K woo, ?j-u? yjn/iiiffi VsUSUllCrCS,
'Taccdsy Vesting*, $-6*
And a genera! assortment ofalj other
Goods, too numerous Jo he i. en
tioned in this advertisement ; most
; of which have been Selected and
j purchased l>y myself on good terms,
: and will give mv personal at;
tcntion to customers who may please
I to favor me with c,en|l, and sell them
I Goods as clump us they can purI
chase them in any Village in the
E. B. BENSON.
Pendleton, April '23, 1851. 3.,,
Charleston, April 10,1851.
y^Y His Excellency J. II. MEANS,
J, 3 Governor and Commmnnder-in-Cliicf
in and over tho State of South Carolina.
Whereas, information lins been received
at this Department that Jackson Vaionkm,
chargcd with the commission of an atrocious
murder, has escaped lrom jail at 0 illisonvillc,
in the State aforesaid. Now,
therefore, in order that tho said .Tackson
Vaignem may be brought to trial, I, -JOHN
II. MEANS, Governor of the State of
South Carolina, do hereby offer a reward
of Two l3Q9iif8i*c(i 39ollar? for
the apprehension and delivery of the said
Jackson Vaigncm to the Sheriff of Beaufort
District, or iiuo any jail in this State.
Tho said Vaignem is about five feet nine
inches hifth: hlnrU Koi.- ..<wi k?.-.i
^ , "V ?' """ bE,i'u I
dark complexion; aboul twenty-three years !
of ago, and lias the end of bis l ight fore;
linger cat about the middle of the nail.
Given under my lmnd and thoecal of the
I , , Slate at Charleston, the tenth day
1 -j L. S. I of ylpri! in the year of our Lord
I ^ ?.? ' one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-one, and in the seventy-fifth
year of the Sovereignty and Independence
of the United Stales
J. II. MEANS.
Brnj. Pkuuy, Secretary of ^tate.
The papers in litis State; also the Au'
gustn Republic, Columbus Times and Sivannah
Georgian, are requested to givo the
i above three insertions, once each week, and
forward their accounts for payment to this
| April 19.
PERSONS desirous of getting
Good Bargains can do sc by
calling at the Store of the Subscribers,
>vho have just received a Fine
and well selected Slock of
SP'fcW? ami SUHillER
i Call and examine for yourselves.
P. & E. E. ALEXANDER.
Pickens C. II., April 12, '51. 47
I Hereby forewarn nil person from
. trading for a Nolo given by James
1 CUunuDia, for. the sum of $51, or
' within a ft-w cents of that amount
I made payable "one day after date
I to Silas 1:1. ?>|>hmii. .
takeii from my possession by one
: Samuel tlolcomb, and without my
MAUI' 15 UKDlJNli;.
April 0, 1851. 47?13
ALL persons having demands against
the Estate of Elizabeth
S libling, deceased, are requested to
present them to the undersigned by
me ursi ciay 01 .nny next, as on that
day lhey?will proceed to close the
business of the Estate, and make a
distribution ol'tbe some.
M.S. STRIBL1NG,) Admr's.
T. M. STR1BLING, ]
April 1. 1851. 40?tf
Isaac IloUlen ancl,^
wife, Jar,* Ri|lf01.pai,ili0n
Jane Nicholson, fand ^lepfRcal
widow* E>van Nic- Estate.
Iiolson, ct. al.
*1 , ^ I. II
r| ^HE Complainants having filed I
JL their Bill in my Office, and \i
rrjppearmg io iViy oiLtislftctiGF} th&t
Evan Nicholson, James Loveless and
wife Sarah* William Holden nnd
wife Martha, William Nicholson,
Mordooai (Jo?, and wife Malinda,
parties DefendsntH to the said Bill of
complaint, on motion of Perry &.
Keith, Ootnp. SolV.? It
is Ordered, That the above
named Defendants tb the said Brii of
complaint do appear* plertd, answer,
or demnr to the aforementioned Bill
ol ocomplaint within three months
from this date* or otharwise th<; Bill
will be tnkmvRB th6ni ftro confeaito.
M3LKS M. NORTON,
C. E. P. P.
OomnVtBsioner's Oflfu**?, \ ? ^
Pickens, 15 March, 1801. > -14*2-1 (3
ill o h K w E w
rjpili?. subscriber is now receiving
_jl_ itiid opening a line block ol
Sg>riki? & Hgnmiitci' (iIuoiIh,
Consist ingin part of the following
Homespun, Shillings and Sheetings,
Calicoes from 5 lo2f> cent,sand
a line variety, Fine Muslins at 18 to
30 cents; Alpaccijs, ail colors, and
| good black at 31) cents per vard; a
lino lot of ( ooils for Cu'ntlemens'
Spring and Summer wear, Panls,
Vesting, Coating, &c-, &c., Also a
largo lot of Bonnets, Ribbons, and
Artificial Flowers. A fine lot of
ESooitt ?tii(l Shoes,
,, ...... wiioaiimi;)
Drsigx and ITIcdecines,
SjultlSew, ESi'idles, &c,
Sugar .-iiifll oM'ec, nud a gviKcral
Which the undersigned promises
to soil as cheap as can be bought in
the country, and which the public
ae invited to call and examine and
J. E. HA GOOD.
12 Mile, S. C., April 4,1851.
P. S.?Bees-wax, Tallow, Haw
nuies, Feathers* <&c., taken in exchange;
J. E. It.
Remaining in the Post Office at
Pickens C. H?* Quarter ending 31st
March, 1851, which if not taken out
M . i "' *
wiinm Uiree months will be sent to
I the Post Office Department as dead
A,?Messrs. Alexander, Stewart
] &, Stewart.
B.?William Burgess, John Bell.
G.?John Copehart, Mrs. Jane
Garrison, Mail Contractor on lloute
No. 3214, William Gorbin.
' ii\ i r/*ii?J ?
JJI ?uauiuui ijiuui IMIII<
H.?W. T. Holland, Miss Mary
J. Hughes. Thomas Honpor or Jesse
M.?Miss Elizabeth Manldin, INI.
B. Morgan. (*. VV. McDow, Aaron
A. Mann, It. A. McFall.
N.?Messrs. Nix, Nimmons &.
\f.?(J. 1). lJerry.
It.?R. M. Hidings, D. E. Riley.
E. E. ALEXANDER, V. M.
Pickens C Hm April 12, 1851.
"WAWA til ftF '
GENERAL GUDEU NO. ?
Head Quarters 1st Bat. 2d R. S C M.
rpiIE first Battalion of the 2 ReprI
iment S. C. M. arc hereby required
to parade at 'White's' on Sat~C
vr . i ?
n i vmjr mi: mini nay Ul iUiiy IK!Xl, Oy
10 o clock a. m., armed and equipped
as the law directs, for review and inspection.
The commissioned and non-commissioned
officers arc revuired to assemble
the day previous at 10 o'clock
a. m. for drill and instruction.
The Captains of companies are
?1,.1- ?...? - * . i
* iiai^cvt Willi HIU UAll'IlSIUIl U1 II1IS
I)y order of Co). A. Brvoe.
E. M. KEITH, Alnj. Com.
April 4 th, 1851,
* tttVJOTi jW6 M( : 'i^If$4*
The subscriber, agent for tho sale of
thiS INK, would invito the atlontion of
rrmtcrs and publishers of newspapors in
the South, to tlx" fact that they can now
purchase in Baltimore'a superior Ink to
any manufactured in this country. The
Baltimore Book and Newspaper printers
prefer it to any othor Ink. Colored inks,
Card ink, Book ink and news ink of superior
quality, and at the lowest prices. '1 he
undersigned warrants the ink nvide at the
Baltimore works to ho nfthrtvrrv hpat.
quality, and should any artirlo shipped by
him fuil to give full satisfaction, ic can be
returned at his expense.
No. 0 Carroll Hall, lialiiinorc.
Publishers of newspapers who send us
$10 and insert the above advertisement to
the nmount of$2,50, will receive a 60 lb.
Kuir ui mo uc.si news .inn.
u?at ' '
llKAD QUARTERS. ~
Columbia, December 17, 1850.
QENKRATj ORDER, No. 1.
VV. S? Lyles, Maxcy Greg#, Jas.
M. Nelson, Robert Moorman, Thos.
P.Butler, It. N. Gourdin, Samuel
McGowan, William H. Evans, L.
M. Keilt, and R. S. IJedon, Esqs.
having been appointed Aid-de*camp
to bin Kxoollenoy the Governor wiin
the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, will
be obeyed and respectcd accordingly.
By order of the Commander-inChief.
J. W. OANTEY,
Adjutant and Insp. GenernK
Dec. >25,1850. .851 3t
XV. on very reasonable terms.
Apply 10 ,
; ? "iMgV
Apfn Vl T7?tf
fa Llt persons are forewarned from
jl v trading for a Nolo of hand giv-!
eu by^ne to r'rapcis (jreenwood, for
i $50, and duo the 25th of December
! next, ok 1 do-not intend to pay it unless
compelled by law.
J. B. LEATHERS.
March 8,1851 42 It I
POST eillili MAUlf s I
H ? ci mi ? z A ^
I B'Vro I'ilttA.ES'l'liil'iSS.
jrpriEJ ADVERTISER, l'ostnms'
I ler at Pleasant (iro'Ve, Allegha'
ny count'yf Maryland, is the first person in
the U. 8t?tcs who conceived and undertook
extensively to publish the idea of furnishing
all postofflcca in the country with cheap
stamps. All stumps made by him are
warranted equal or superior to any others
thutcait he procured for the same nrieo
and whenever any a to sent out in nny
manner defeoln'o or unnatiafnetorj, duplicates
will be forwarded, on notice, without
extra charge. All who order a set of
stamps, with a full set of changes for dates,
at only two dollars, [for thirty pieces,]
shall he kept in stamps ad libitum. Full
set with one change, $1.
When stamps nre neatly made with turned
handles nnd screw,?same style as the
regular government. 1\ O. stamps?dura
Dlo efficient and warranted. I'rire one to
two dollars only, and special authority to j
send by mail free.
Address "P. M."Pleasant Grove, Alleghany
i?3fAny editor publishing the above
[with this note] tbreo times and sending a
copy of tho paper, shall receive credit for
ten dollars in wood letter, or ten dollar
proof press?or if preferred, a wood engra;
villi* or an engraved newspaper head of tho
; above value will he forwnrrU-H
Feb. iTY&ul. 37?31.
SO LIT IT VMN \ .ITER A RY
M IE ?3 sj
8 R VENTERNTH VOLUME.
THIS popular and favorite magazine
which was established In The Yeai 1834,
and has outlived, with a sinulo honorable
exception, all its competitors, will enter upon
a now. volume in January next. It has
never been thft habit of the Editor to seek
to catch the public eye by any long list of
distinguished contributors, paraded ostentatiously,
upon the cover, or lie might give,
as among those who write for the work.
the names of some of (lie first men and women
tlint have adorned the literature 01 the
country The Messenger rests it-i claims
to public favor upon the basis of Solid Excellence.
To the (Southern People it appeals
stroWOfly autho Only l*itor?jy Monthly
in the /Southern States.
The Editor is determined to make it worthy
of the iS'oijth and of the country. The
contents as heretofore will embrace Reviews,
Historical and Biographical Sketches,
Novels, Talon, Travels, Essays, Poems,
j Critiques, nnd Papers on the Army, Navy,
and other National subjects.
The .Mcsocpger will also continue to present
articles of a Scientific character, such
as during past years have cxcited the most
1 marked attention on both sides of the Atlantic.
In (he forthcoming volume will bo
republished Sechisnvnl; A sequal to Judith
Rcnsaddi, the popidar story now in course
of republication in the Magazine.
The Editor lias pleasure in announcing
I a continuntion of the Parisian Cr?m>anr?n
donee of his accomplished and learned European
contributor, in which the reader will
tind a more faithful reflection of the pro?flrresg
of Art and Science in the French cap
tal, llian in a/iy o/her magazine in this couu
the Editorial and Critical Department
of the Moesscnger, the Editor will only say
that it will embrace copious notes on current
literature, and Reviews of sill new A
mericnn find Foreign works of general interest
i d Valuo. His opinions will at least
bo alv<ay? fearlessly and honestly avowed.
TERMS U PER ANNUM,
Invariably in Advance.
J NO. R.THOMPSON,
Editor and Proprietor.
Richint>nc/, Vft., October, I860"
HEAD QUA RTER.
Columbia, Dec. 17, 1850.
GENERAL ORDER No. 1.
lt? McOavv, VV illia.no A. Owens,
E. Aloxanrlnr. ii\. K. R I?
W. ttehot, J. !) Asl?m?ro, 11,
Jieyrtolds, Thomas Hanckel, L. A.
Beckham, Edward Johnson, 11. Bai n
well Khett, jr., W. H. Campbell, and
P. L. Calhoun, osqs., having been appointed
AuJ-do-camps to Ins Excellency
the Governor, with the rank of
Lieutenkr t Colonel, will be obeyed
and respected accordingly.
By order cf tho Commander-inchief.
J. W. CANTEY,
.Adj't and Inspector General.
Ddc.'25, 1850. 3<2 8t
B.F. PfiRIfY.] [K. M. KBITS.
PPRY &, KEITH,
Attorneys at Law.
Will Prnctice in the Courts of Law Arid
Equity tdt Pickens District.
0?kic?, Pickens C. H., S. C.
October 1. 1849. i2fQ
i ,st.y - '
ATTOWNKY AT I,AW,
WlLt rttACTlCSIN THE C0URT8 OF
THE WESTERN CIRCUIT,.?OFFICE AT
PARENS C. H , S. e.
noitv ?EW &iOO!^ !
ALEXANDER & BARTON.
1'ICKENSVILLE, 3. C.
Mnroh 10,1861. 43?tf
I LEV EN A KELLY, wife of
William Kell\% resid'm^ iri Pickens
District, hereby give notice of
my intention to become Sole Trader,!
and to enjoy all the privileges ot a
IV? TUnl.... <i.~ ?
I riw IU uiu ueClipUUOU OI
' Basket-maker, &<*., after the expira5
lion of one month from this day.
LEVENA KELLY. I
March ii*), 1851. 29?ml
TS hereby given that application |
JL will be made to the Board of I
CotrimiseiOilrfrs vif Honds for tlw Ttfli i
Regiment of S. G. Militia, for the
discontinuance of the Reed's Ford i
Iload?the Mauldin's Ford Road, >
and so much of the old Road leading ;
from Pickens C. H. to Pendleton as I
is not used by the Greenville road :
or the new road from Pickens to Pendleton.
!?V older of the General Boaril of i
Commissioners of Roads.
E. (J. GAINES,) r "
H. L. GAINES, \
Pickens C. II., S. O., Jan. 7, 1851.
THE BRITISH PERIODICALS
Ipnvvnn flfrifpr At (if\ n.A DaI.I (<f "W V
("CONTINUE tu publish the four leading i
J British Quarterly Reviews and Blackwood's
Mtgnzine; in addition to which they
have recently comniencod the publication
of a valuable Agricultural work, called the
"Faumkk's Guidd to Scientific anij
Practical ylGRicui.ttirk," by Iletny Stephens,
F. R. 8., of Edinburgh, ^author of
the "Book of the Farm," <fcc., &c., aasisted
I ny ?jonn l'. Norton, M. A., .New Haven,
Profosoor ef Scientific Agriculture in Yale
College, Ac., ?fce.,
This highly valunblo work will comprise
two large royal octavo volumes, containing
over 1,400 pages, with 18 or 20 splendid
steel engravings, and more than GOO engravings
on wood, in the highest stylo of the
art, illustrating almost every implement of
i hlishandi'v now in ikaI f...
J "J UVBV IIHUICI!, I
the best methods of plowing, planting, hay I
ing, harvesting, &c. dee., tho various domes- j
lie animals in their highest perfection ; in !
short, the pictorial feature of tho hook is
unique, ?ii<t will rundor it of iacalcuilubio
value to tho student of agriculture.
The work is being published in semimonthly
numbers, of i t pages each, exclusive
of /ho steel engravings, and is sold
at 25 cents onch. or isr. fm* Mm onii
in numbers, of which there will bo at least
The British Periodicals republished nro
as follows, viz:
London Quarterly Revtkw, (Gonser'live)
Euinrimujh Review, (Whig.)
North British Rkvikw, (Free Church,)
Westminister Review, (Liberal.)
Rl Ifll/ntnAn'o I
t^iirtvn ?r \j \j u Q jjinnuuiun IUAUA/.I.M;,
Although those works arc distinguished
by Iiic political shades above indicated, yet I
but a small portion of their contents is do
vote to political supjects, It is their liternry
character which gives them their chief )
I vaiuc, ana m that I hey stand confessedly far
; above all other journals Of their cl.tss. Black
wood, still under tho masterly guidance of
Christopher North, maintains its ancient
celebrity, and is at this time unusually attractive,
from the serial works of Bulwcr
and other litefary notables, written for that
magazine, and first appearing in its columns
both in Oreat Britain and in the United
States, Such works as The Caxtons, and
My Now Novel, (both by Bulwcr) My
Peuinsular 3/edal, The Green Hand, and
other serials, of which numerous rival editions
aro issuep by the leadintr publishers
in this country, have to be reprinted by
those publishers from the pages of Blackwood
after ii lias been issued by -Messrs.
?cott & Co.. so ihut the subscribers to the
reprint of that magaziue may always rely
on having the earliest reading of these fascinating
For any onp of>he 4 Reviews, oo pr nn'm
For any two vfro. 5 00 "
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For nil four of t'no Reviows, 8 00 "
For B nckwood'ft Miitfnzine, 3 00 '
For Blnckwood and three lieviews,
0 00 "
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Reviews, 10 00 "
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in 22 Nnmbers,) 5 00 "
Payments to be made in all cases in
Money curront in the /States where issued
will be received nt pari
^jrltemitlnnces and communications
should bo nlwnys addressed post-pnid, or
franked, to tho publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT <fc CO,,
79 Fulton streot, New York,
Entrance 54 Gold street.
[; . NOTICE.
Al/L persons indebted to f ho subscnberN
prior to the first of Janj
unry last, will save cost by settling
! immediately, as no longer indulgence
1 will be given,
j P. & E. E. ALEXANDER.
i Feb. 1, 1851. 37?tf.
rjPlIK First Battalion of the 5th
JL Regiment S. C. M., will parade
at Iho usual jparado ground on
omurelay JdUth ol April next, by 10
o'clock a. in., armed and equipped as
the law directs for review and inspection*
The OfficersMind non-com
missioned officers will parade the day
previous for drill anil instruction,
liy order of Col. Nimmons.
O.T.. BARTON, Ad/ft.
PICKBN DISTRICT?IN EQUITY.
Jas. Mulliken ) Bill for Partition
&. wife Malinda vs > of Real Estate.Martha
Robt Wilson &. I
wife Sarah, et al. ^
The complain ruts having Hied their
l&ill in my office, and it appearing to
my, satisfaction that the heirs of Zipporali
Forht*s, deceased, viz Elmina,
Adolphns, Nelson Forbes and others,
and the heirs at law of Martha Forbes,
deceased, viz: Jeptha, Eliza,
George, Forbes and others, reseda
from and without tho limits of this
State, on motion of Perry & Keith,
It is ordered that the above named
Defendants, the heirs at law ot Zipporah
Forbes and Martha Forbes, do
ccased, do appear and plead, ans'wer,
or demur to the above stated Bill of
complaint within three months fi;orn
this date, or otherwise the Bill will bo
UiK.cn as to IDeni pro confesso.
M. M. NOU2'ON, P. 13. P. D.
March 10,1861 43-3m
A GREAT NATIONAL PICTURE.
W A S1I INGTON!
From Stuart's nws celobratcd Painting.
This large' and mngnificent portrait of
Washington, from the burin of an American
artist, is considered by nil \Vho liavo
seen it to be one of the most beautiful spcci
mens of art cvor published, and a corrcct
likeness of Washington. The size of tho
plate is eighteen by twenty-eight inches,
which will make a handsome Picture for
llie Parlor, and sl'ould be in the hands of
every American citizen.
It is a correct copy from Stewart's celebrated
original Painting, now at tho Stato
House, Hartford Conn.
It is finely engraved, and printed on superior
plate paper. That it may bo within
the means of all, the publisher has reduced
the prico to One Dollar !
All persons remitting the amount may
rely upon receiving a perfect copy by retnrn
of mailto any part of the united States,
carefully put up on rollers made for tho
purpose, free of postage.
Address all orders, post paid to the publisher.
JOIIN 8. TAYLOR, Hook-seller
and Publisher, New York.
Undersign take this method
I. of railing the attention of pur
chasers to a large stock of (Groceries,
Moth in Augusta Ga.,aml Hamburg
S. C. Consisting in part of
L?cuidee; 11 to 10 inches
wide, and heavy.
Dale Hope and Twine.
SUGAR COFFEE SALT IRON
Molasses, Cheese, Mackerel,
Flour, Bacon, Nails superior quality,
CANDLES, TALLOW, AND PATENT
MOULD, of all kinds,
Sole Leather, Oak tanned,
and Hemlock, do,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Soap, Starch,
Indigo and Madder
IV IN DO J V GLASS,
Negro Shoes, and Blankets of (he
heaviest and best quality.
IIomkspun, Calicoes, &c. &c.
Ali of which we will sell at the very
lowest prices of the Augusta and
Orders from Georgia, Alaabma,
and South Carolina will be thankfully
received, and filled at the lowest
prices.?Orders addressed to Howard,
McDonald &. Co., either to Augusta
or Hamburg, will meet with
J. J. HOWARD.
T. M. BRJNDLLY.
OSrYhe Laurensville Herald, and
ulamburg Republican will' please
copy one montn.
Oct. 4, 1850. 20-4t
^ ? -j ' i
O^-Tlie Friends of Barton Ab
bott, Esq., beg leeve to announce
i*. i_ ^ r 'v ?
huh w? a v/uijuuiciic ior ancrin
Pickens District, at the ensuing election.
OCT* WE arc authorised to announce
Cant. John (iritrin n? ? nn.
clidato for Sheriff of Pickens Ditrict
,1 netting election.
W? are authorised to announce
EDMUND HERNDON as
a Candidate for Fax-Collector o
Pickens District at the ensuing- ?)eo