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? Sierra Madre?The mother mountain
> Jalap a, or Xalapa?Pranounccd Halapa.?Our
medicine, Jalap, is brought from
MANGO DE CliAVA. is tin* rinmo r?f Snntn
Anna's vast estate near Vera Cruz. It
means a club handle.
The curious tradition was informally
mentioned to the Society, of the existence
of an Arabic inscription on the walls of
the Castle of St. Juan do Ulua. Such an
assertion has been made, and as all historical
probability is in favor of the report,
it is one of sufficient dignity to occupy the
attention of tho Society. In the ranks of
Cortes there were doubtless Moorish descendants.
They were the Artisans and
the architects of Spain.
The conquest of Granada occurrcd but a
fftVV VOflre hofnvn tlin J nvn r-inn *>.(* " "!
.v .. J MWWV IIIIUOIVU U1 VUI lun^lllll
the christianized Moors are known to have
existed in Spain a century after that period.
They continued to write christian books and
formulas of religion in Arabic characters.
It is equally curious, that the Mexican
man of war brig captured by our squadron
in ?h? Pacific, was called ftlalck Adhel, Just
King. This indicates the power of tradition
and blood in perpetuating language.
The Rev. Mr. White brought to the notice
of the Society a Mahammedan coin,
which was recently found in Lumpkin county,
of this State. Similar coins have been
fnlinrl in Tll!iir?io n nrl ?
WV...V. W. EKIUVW UIIU UlllU I IV UOllilU oiuiir^.
The early labors of Frcnch and Spanish
Missionaries in these countries, is sufficient
to explain this fact. These Missionaries
having been < nee employed by the Propaganda
in the Eastern World, brought over
with them those coins as reininissences of
the fields of their pious labor.
(for tiie manner.) Alcohol:
Overthrows the temple of reason,undermines
nope, puts ttic blighting hand of death upon
faith: drowns charity in the vortex of sensuality
; robs the mind of mercy ; throws
wide the gates of vice ; kills the finest sensibilities
of our nature, and gives to its victims
the character of monsters. It has triumphed
in the sacrifice of man ; has distr iyed
enough of human beings to raise mountains
far more mighty than the lofty range
of the Andes or the eternal peaks of Himmalah
; caused rivers of blood to flow ; the
widow to mourn, and iho. nmlmii f#? will
It sinks reason, imagination, affection, conscicnce
and truth into the mire of that unsocial,
selfish, slavish, and sordid indifference
which narrows the affections, contracts the
mind, and clogs up those channels through
which God, and nature designed should flow
the milk of human greatness. At home it
is an enemy, abroad a curse ; in solitude a
thorn; in Society a devil; to genius a
poison ; to vice a guide ; to virtue an enemy.
Under its influence what is man ? a
splendid slave, vacillating between the dignity
of an intelligence derived from Cod, and
the degradation of brutal passions.
from the N. O. Picayunc 11 Ih inst.
From Gen. Taylor's Army.
The steamer James L. Day touched at
the Brazos, on her voyage from Vera Cruz
on the 7ih inst. We received no letters
from the R.io Grande by this arrival. Lt.
Col. May and Lieut. French and others
came passengers from the mouth of the river.
We have conve-sed with an intelligent
officer?one who has been with Gen. Taylor
from Palo Alto to Buena Vista?who
left Monterey on the 20th April, who informs
us that Gen. Taylor's army was melting
away by reason of the expiration of the
terms of service of the Volunteers under
his command. He has neither men nor
transportations with which to advance into
he enemy's country. Indeed, the whole
line of communication from the Brazos to
Saltillo will presently be in a very exposed
situation. The low stage of water of the
Rio Grande had made the communication
lit *i. _ n a. J? - i i rr> \.
wiiii me dtuzos very icuious ana aimcuil.
For every lack of material of war the General
must keep his encampment with
Toreplace the regiments about returning
to the U. S., a portion of the 2d Mississippi
regiment had arrived at Monterey; but
the small pox had broken out among them
and disabled many of them. The Virginia
regiment was in that neighbourhood, and
part of the North Carolina troops. These
were employed in escorting trains from Camargo
to the mountains. Trom all appearances
this column of the army will be stationary
for a time. Every thing was quiet
This state of inactivity must chafe the
spirit that overan the valley of the Rio
Grande and first made the Mexicans to
blanch before the legions of the North.
The Cactus in Mexico.?An army
' correspondent thus describes what he saw
i. on the march to Tampico.
January 16. This morning"at 3 o'clock
General Twigg3 started off the pioneer
force, and considerably increased their num.
, ber. The road for the most part, passed
.over a pleasant valley, though completely
surrounded by mountains. The only labor
of Consequence performed by the pioneers,
was in the cutting down tbo prickly pear,
and other species of cactus, which liaed the
1 foad. One of the cactus plants is curio??
enough: it grows in branches many feet
high, each branch having seven prominent
ridges and each ridge a row of thorns. A
horse can as easy be driven up to a blaze of
fire as to one of these plants. Near the
stream on which we cncampcd at the end
of 1G miles, in the centre of a large bed of
p.'ipfllo ttrnn *> * * ' T ' 1
?v.uo, nuou, iu;?, wmcn i ininK is something
of the species full twenty-five feet in
circumference at its base, and ten feet from
the ground, an eighteen inch string could
measure it. The leaf is something after the
fashion of weeping willow, though broader.
I saw a pioneer stick an axe into the body
of this tree, and although he did not use
much force, it went in to the eye, the substance
being pithy and spongy. Of a similar
growth, I believe there was at least fifty
in the course of a mile.
This ofiicer is said to have turned a deaf
ear to the complaints of Maj. Gaines and
o i?i ?i / < . ~
uuii.iuu, uiiu v^api. oiay, closely con lined
at Mexico, whoso wants were neglected.
Ifso, he ought to be made to feel the absence
of these courtesies showered on him.
The following is from the Vera Cruz Eagie,
of the 5th inst.
We paid a visit to the Castle of San Juan
de Ulua on Sunday last, and regretted to
find so much sickness existing there, notwithstanding
the great care used by its able
a n d ge n 11 e ma n I y co m ma nder, M aj. Bacc h us.
We are informed that more than a fonrth
of those who are placed to keep it in order
are laboring under some prostrating disease.
The greatest caution is observed by Major
Bacchus to avoid this, by the removal of
every thing which might be supposed to be
capable of engendering disease. We left
Gen. La Vega, in his shirt sleeves, buisily
rnrrnrrnd nf !i <r:iinr? nf i-lmcc o fVi?rwl
? n o-" " ? b ?? in* ? 11
and lie is in excellant spirits?says lie regrets
very much his inability to speak l?nglish
as it won lb add so much to the merit
of the society of his Aincrican friends?the
General's a trump card?he is.
Precocity no Mark of Genius ?"What
is the use of thee, thou gnarled sapling?"
said a young larch tree to a young oak.?
"I grow three feet in a year, thou scarcity
na rr.amr . T J
iiuiiVO J JL illil UIIU IUJJC1 (15
a reed' thou strafrijlinfj and twisted as a
u And thy duration," answered the oak,
' is some third part of a man's life, and I
ain appointed to flourish for a thousand years.
Thou art felled and sawn into paling, when
thou rottest, and art burm-d after a single
Summer; of me are fashioned battle-ships,
and I carry mariners and heroes into an
The richer a nature, the hardier and
slower its development Two boys were
once of a class in the Edinburgh Grammar
school?John ever trim, precise and dux ;
Walter ever slovenly, confused and dolt ?
In due time, John became Bnily John of
Hunter Square ; and Walter became Sir
Walter Scotl of ihe universe. The quickestofall
vegetables is the cabbage.?Cariyle.
Feelings of Gratitude.?In the course
of a debate in the English House of Commons,
Lord John Russiel took occasion to
say : "I wish to avail myself of this opportunity
to state, that I have observed, with great
pleasure and satisfaction, the munificent
subscriptions that have been raised in the
United States of America, for the relief of
the destitute poor in this country and in Ireland.
I think it is not improper, in this
house, for me, a British subject, to state that
I am extremely gratified to find that the U.
States have not forgotton their common origin,
and that, actuated by charitable feelings,
they are making great exertions to collect
large sums of money for the relief of the ex
2d Mississippi Regiment.?The latest
date from the 2d Regiment Mississippi Riflemen
that has been received, states that
up to that time the Regiment had lost by
death, since it had been mustered into service,
one hundred, and six men! and this, too,
before having come in sight of the Mexican
forces. They also left fifty sick at Matamoras,
besides many at New Orleans, at
the mouth of the Rio Grande, and other
points.?Reuben Davis, the Colonel of this
unfortunate regiment, arrived at New Or1
a I r\f~ L I. _ l- . - f
icuns on me zoia uji.. on nis return irotn
Monterey. We see no reasons assigned in
th newspapers for his return, although we
have heard numerous rumors.
A Wedding Party Poisoned?At a
Wedding at old Mr. Wilkinson's in Shelby
County, Texas, all the invited guests
were poisoned, including the bride's maid
and groom's -man. Thirty out of sixty
poisoned, Dr. Sharp says, will certainly die.
Ten or twelve are already dead including
two sons of a preacher Briton, two Castleberrys?one
a youny , mnn, the other a
young woman, one or tne slaughters and
his wife. The bride and groom with the
family escaped, yet one of the bride's-maids
died in the House. Old Wilkinson has
absconded. The people of that portion of
Texas are in arms, the servants, it is supposed,
were hired to administer the poison
in the coffe, or food, by a disappointed snitor,
who was present,at the wedding.
Gen. Twiggs?This oflW?* has
every hard fought ^"ena Vista,
with Mexico. exr?f* inai. , ...
He has borhimseK ??ooiy ai iraio a no, i
Resac? la Pal?d, Monterey, Vera Cruz,
Bnd Cerro O^rdo. |
a Monument To Gov. Yell.? The
Washington (Arks.) Telegraph, in a very
2* , j, -
handsome tribute to the fallen brave of that |
State, proposes to erect a monument at
Little Rock, at public expense, to "Col.
A. Yell and the brave men who fell with
him at Buena Vista."
Mr. Bancroft.?In his recent visit to
Paris, was engaged in making researches
among the archives of the foreign office, for
materials to complete the forthcoming volume
of the history of the Uuited States, during
which every facility was afforded by
the French Minister, M. Guizot.
MARRIED, at Lodimont, 011 Wcdnes1
day evening the 19:h inst., by Rev. Wm. II.
; Davis, Gen. JAMES P. GRAVES, of
j Washington Ga., to Miss KATE FLO|
RIDE, only daughter of Dr. II. II. Towns
of this District.
For Tax Collector. j
j We are authorized to announce JAMES
! M. CALVERT, as a candidate tor TAX j
j COLLECTOR, at the ensuing election.
| The friends of Capt. E. C. MARTIN, i
' innounco him as a candidate for TAX COLLEC!
TOR, at tho next ensuing election.
| The friends of WILLIAM J. HAMi
MONO, take pleasure in announcing him a j
1 Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR at the j
j ensuing election. j
I TIih Friends of JOSEPH S. D. WETIL I
' ERALL. announce him .'is a Candidate for
TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing elcc- J
j The friends of the Rev. JAS. MOORE
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
; the office of Tax Collector at the ensuing
j The Friends of W S. HARRIS, announce
; him as a candidate for ro-< l> ctiou to the otfice
of TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing
i VV<? arc authorised to announce JOHN
j CUNNINGHAM, as a candidate for TAX
j COLLECTOR., at tho next election.
! The friends of EZEKIEL TRIBLE
j announce him as a candidate for the office of
j Tux Collector at the ensuing election.
i We are authorized to- announce T. T.
| CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for Tax
j ColN-cior at the ensuing1 election.
I Washington and his Generals.
I A few copies Washington and his Generals, by
! Ileadley. Author of Napoleon and his Marshals.
i just received and lor sain by
R. H. & W. A. WARDLAW.
Abbeville C. II., 19th May, 18-17
May If). liitf
i R. II. &, W. A. WARDLAW, have on hand a fino
i stock of Scythe Blades, SickicB and Cutting
Abbeville C. H., May 19th 1847. 12tf
| A fresh supply of those superior Diamond pointed
I Gold Pens: Also, plain and chased Gold Eur
Kings; and brilliant stono and Cameo Broches,
Just received hy R. II. &- YV. A. VVARDLAW.
April 20th. 8 tf
Greenville S. C. Female Academy.
This Institution of learning is now, with a full
corps of Teachers and in successful operation.
Professor Linehak has taken charge, of tho music
department. This gentleman stands at tho head of
his profession, and will, no doubt, give entire satisfaction
to those who may placc their daughters under
his tuition. From tho manner in which the
Greenville rtchool has been conducted for tho last
three years, the trustees can recommend it, as an
Institution in everv w?v wnrtliv of thn
and ontitled *.o the patronage of an enlightened public
A. B. CROOK, P. B. T.
G. F. TOWNS, Secretary.
May 1847. 13 .'Jw
We whoso names are hereunto subscribed, having
used the Matresses Manufactured by Mr. James H.
Price of the Village of Abbeville, and do hereby
recommend his work to the public, and himsolf as
worthy of their patronage.
THOMAS P. SPIERIN,
T. P. MOSELY.
THOMAS B. DENDY.
ILr Jt orsons 111 tho country desiring Matresscs, |
would do well to givo mo a call, and examine for
themselves. My terms will be found reaaonablo,
and tho matresscs will show what thoy aro. Shop
opposito Mr. Hunter's Gin Shop.
JAS. H. PRICE.
May 25th, 1847. 13 1m
Whereas, Thomas M. Finly, b> Thomas Thomson
his Attorney applies to mo to grant him letters
of Administration on the Estate of Reuben Finly
dee'd : Those aro thorcforo to cite the kindred and
creditors of tho deceased, to appeur before me
Ordinury on Wednesday 7th Juno next, to slmv
cause why said Administration should nA
Given under my hand at Abbeville C. -"M*
May, 1847. D. EESLY, Ordinary.
May 26th. , i3 2w
Whereas Junes L. McCelvy^PP'108 to me to
grant him Letters of Ad>^"l8lrut'<)n on the
Estate of John McOlv/'d'c'd: These are
therefore, to cite the Mndrtfl *hd creditors or
the dec'd to nppear befo?*5 ff|p 'he Court of
Ordinary on Friday '',e 28lh. inst,f to show
cause why snid Aominirtr&Y011 should not be
granted. Given und^y "and at A?,h.,*.j|]e
C. H., the I2th tyrfo lkSLY, Ordinnrv I <
Whereas Patrick HefFenan, applies to le to
grant him letters of Administration ?i the
Estate of John Day dee'd : '[
These ore therefore to cite the kjdred n
and creditors of the deceased to iponr E
before me in Ordinary on Tuesday /? 1st ??
l,i"? 1 Q^'r ?n oimtw cniiRft whv said aiainis* rr
Oration should not bo granted* w
Given under my hand at Abbeville H.. di
18th May 1847. D. LESLY, Ordi jr. oi
May 19tb. 2t
Attention Lower Battalion!
i There will be a Court Martial
held at Bradley's ? Id Field on
Saturday the 26th of June, to try
all defaulting non-commissioned
officers ami Privates.
The Court will consist of the
following officers :
Captains E R Mills, Prosit
dent?Cap's. S C Sanier, E O
Ragin, und Lieuts. George Pat
hh tt-TBO", vjr. ivi. isrown.
Bv ord<>r of
Col. M. O. TALMAN.
J. G. Raskins, Adj't.
May 19; h 12 if
? ..-.i COLUMBIA,
April 21th, 1847.
GENERAL OllDiAl NO. 4.
I RICHARD J. MANNING, and CAMrBELL R.
I BUYCE, EsquirCH, havinrr hefill nnnniii?../1 Aiflo
i de-Camp to tho Commander-in-Chief, with tho
i rank of Lioutcnant Colonel, will bo obeyed and rcj
! Bv order of tho Commander-in-chief.
! " J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. and Insp'r. General.
May 26. 13 3w
COLUMBIA, 18th Mav, 1847.
All officers of Militia of this State ordering
lections of officers of tin.* line of whatever
art de or rank, or making appointments of officers
of the stall', will report, the names of the
i officers so elected or appointed to the S- cre>
i.-try oi State, who is directed thereupon to
fill up and forward their commissions without
d?-h.y, and he is also further directed not to
issue any blank military commission.
All communications addressed to the Secretary
of State uruU-r this order to be endorsed
The Brigadier Generals, ore charged with
the extension of this ord<-r.
By order of ih<" Command~r-in-Chief.
Adj'i.a.d Inspt. Gen.
May 19th 12 6\v
.lust 1? epoivnd
! A fr?'s!i and handsome stock of Printed
! Lnxvns, printod Jacon<-t and Brocade Muslins,
some of New Styles; also mourning
Muslins. R.H.&W. A. WARDLAW.
Abbeville C. H., April 20ih 1847. S u
The subscribers r.^sp; c" fully invites the attention
of the citizens of Abbeville, nnd the District
generally, to tboir MERCHANT
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, in
this Village, two noors ubove the Planter's
Hotel, where they will keep at all times a fine
assortment of GOODS for Gentlemen b
w< ar. Their Stock this Spring have prircipally
been purchased in New York, and consist
in part of,
Super Black French Cloths,
' Blue u "
" Brown "
" Black (i Doeskin Cas'm'rs
u " Fancy " "
White and Fancy Drillings.
A splendid assortment of Veslings,
A fine lot of white Kid Gloves, black do.
Black Satin and fancy Cravats. Scarfs, Suspenders,
silk under Snirts and Drawers,
A fine article of cotton Shirty and Drawers,
Buttons and Trimmings of all kinds,
A 1_ _ - ? i 111
rtiso u variety orgooas Deionging to the trade,
Military Trimmings &e., all of which will
bo made up in a style that will suit any that
may favor ua with their patronage.
Abbeville C. H., April 27th 1847. 9 3m
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Wm. Alexander deceased.
Not ce is hereby giv?>n to the Creditors and
Debtor* of the Estate of Wm Alexander
dee'd, to present their d'-mands and make payment
to the Adminstrator, as th? Estate will
not be able to pay all the demands airainst it
It will be closed in Ordinary on the first of
May. ARCII'D KENNEDY, Adm'r.
Feb. 17. Oui
Notice to absent Heirs.
Alfred Moun**-* bill's Mounce, and Michael
Lower" Nancy his wife who residf withol>f
wins Stale, and Distributees of W. D. ,
Mounce d<'c'd, ore hnr<;bv notified- flint tho I
Administrator R. G. Gonlding will bo ready to
settle their portion of the Estate on or before
the 18th June 1847, and holding their money
in readiness at that, time will not be accounta.
bio for interest longer.
March 18. II G. GOULDING, Adm'r
March 31 5 tf
The State of South Carolina.
H. H. Towns applicant, vs. J. W. Prather
and others.?Partition in Ordinary.
It appearing to my satisfaction that '
Roberts, one of the Defendants t'p"* Cit ?
residi;* beyond the limits of ^arnn'A
uiuri'iore ornereu the Ileal Estate of i
io the division on or before the tiOth dav jj
or his consent To th? same wiil .
iiiered of record. D. LESLY, Ord'y. t
Feb. 24. 52 3 m a
Notice to Creditors. w
Estate of Elihu Baird deceased. l<
'he creditors of Elihu Baird dec'd, will take
otice, that I will proceed to settle up the
'.state on the third Monday in May next, "
nd the creditors will present all their.delands
on or before that time, as the Estat" H
,ii i?i?- -- j
..i uc iiipujv^iu, una oniy pay a part. On lliat tr
iy it will be apportioned before the Ordinary ci
f Abbeville District. ea
Feb 10 518t JOHN BASKIN, Adm'r.
Abbeville Sheriff Sales.
By virtue of sundry Writs of Fi. Fa. to me diro?tcd
will bo Bold 011 tho first Monday in Juno noxt:
200 Acres of land more or less, bounded
by John I'ower and others, levied on as the
property of John A. Martin, at the suit of D.
O. Hawthorn and others.
640 Acres of land more or less, bounded
by Gabrial Cox, Nancy Martin, Col. Patter-*
son nnt! mln-r-j
v>u no uie property ot
P B Mornyn.> at the suit of the Commissioncru
of the Poor,
2 Negroes, Lucinda and June, levied on
as the property of James Patterson, at the
buit of William Robertson jr,
1 Road waggon,levied on as the property
I of James K.illitig6\vorlh, at the suit of B. V.
1 Horse levied on as the property of
Samuel P Laird, at the Richard A Martin
Terms Cash. A. C. HAWTHORN,Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Abb. C. H., May 10th, 1847.
May 12 II tsd
HILL & ALLEN.
Nfw Store and Cheap Goods.
The undersigned have associated thcmselvos together,
under the Firm of HILL &. ALLEN, for the
purpose of selling good3 at Abbevillo C. H., at the
lower end of Mrs. Allen's Hotel.
They flatter themselves, that they aro enabled te
Bell as cheap at least as the other Stores in
the Village, and respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Their stock embraces
I fry Goods. Hardware, Crockery arid Glass
ware?Saddlery, Boots and Shoes, Hats}
Caps, Bonnets Groceries. $c. 4?c.
JAMES A. ALLEN.
Abbevillo C. H., Feb. 27, 1847. 1 tf
A persevering, industrious young man, (or single
man,) as an OVERSEER, who will be govornod
by instructions. For such a man liberal wages
| will be given, by the month, or until the end of tho
| year. My present Ovorsenr's health, is such
that ho is unable to continue in business.
ID" Residence, Stony Point.
May 12. 11 3w
Land for Sale.
jgjgt The subscriber having deterTi
min'-d to remove \V<st. off rs for^JT
sain his TRACT of LAND on which lit* resides.
There is between 8 and 900 acres, between
5 and GOO cleared and in excellent repair. On tho
plantation is two excellent settlements?TWO
good TWO-STORY HOUSES at each place?
*jriu nuu^u?*, swcwj uuu every iieccssary Out-Duild*
ing. Tho plantation lies in two and a half miles of
a good landing on Savannah river. It is presumed
no 0110 would purchase without examination, aa
such further description ia unuecassary?a bargain
will bo given. ROBERT E. BELCHER.
May 12. 11 tf
Estate of Jesse Calvert deceased.
Notico is hereby given to the Creditors and Distributees
of Jesse Calvert dee'd, among whom Hugh
H. Calvert, \Vm. Leak and Elizabeth his wife, and
Jesse Caivori reside without tho limits of this Stato
that on or before the first Saturdav of June next, a
settlement of the same will bo made in the Ordinary's
OlRco ; and that after tho time specified, the
Administrator will not hold himself responsible for
interest on shares duo tho Distributees or debta.
March 6, 1847. WM. SMITH, Adm'r.
March lu. 2 3m
Tiie State of* South Carolina,
Lipford, vs. Ann Lipford and others.
?Partition in Ordinary.
It aspoaring to my satisfaction, by tho Petition o
John Lipford, that James Lipford, Jackson Lindsoy
and wife Mary, two of the Defendants in this case,
reside without tho limits of this State: Ordered
that they do appear and object to tho division or
T??nl T -1 1 *
uoLuko ui uuwuru ijipiora doc'd,
on or before the 20th day of May 1847, or their
consent to the same will be entered of Record.
Feb. 20, 1847. 1 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y.
A Fresh supply of New and Valuable Medi*
cines?among which are the following:
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills,
Designed for, and will cure, Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint, Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice,
i and nil kindred diseases resulting from a disordered
stomach or impure state ol blood.
Dr. Hull's Worvi Lozenges,
The Safest, most Effectual, and pleasant pre^
parat ion before the public, for the Eradication
of Worms, in Children or A?lults.
Hull's Cough Lozenges,
Will Prevent Consumption, and Cure all
cases of Coltfs, Asthma, Spitting of blood,
pains in the side, shortness of breath, and all
Other Puhunnnrv fliiinnln'into
""" " ?ALSO?
Dr. Hull's Fever and Ague Pills.
Well known ns a Safe, Certain, and Effectual
Cure lor F<*ver and Ague, Chills and, Fever,
Intermittent nnd all oth<-r F- vers. ": "
Price reduced to 75 cents per Box
The above Medicines, Fresh and Genuine,
nre for sale by Wardlaw & Dundy, and at thfli;
Post Office. "
For certificates of recommendation and
other information concerning the above Medicines,
sen future advertisements, also pom*
plileis which may be obtained of the Agents.
April 28. 9 lm >''
i f. ukiffis; z ~~ *
Receiving and Forwarding Agent.
HAMBURG, 'S. C? 7
-Ins declined all idea of renriov?if|? from Hamiurg
to Charleston, and takes an early opporunity
of counteracting such an iinpr< ssion.
le solicits from his former patrons acont.inu-.
nre of their favors, and from the public geiis
rally an increase of busimss. No dray age
'ill hereafter be charged on goods consigqggL
> his care ' . . j
Hamburg, 15 April. r ; '%,.y
April 21 8 4w '
U4U ? "H ?
T\T\ ? ?- ?
jlfii. JOHN W McKELLAR,
avinff locate<? at Winter Spat, :
ict, Respectfully offers- hia J ^ ryicee:$6 the j
of the profeaaion. tR artv ' .
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