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SLAVE LABOR IN COTTON
F A C' ORIES.
" The Pei.sicols Gazette describes
the Arca-tia Cotton Factory, whicrh is
no. in ,c't.slful ,perati.', It is wir k
ed erti,:.nv by .,bive labor, row; twenty.
f-;mr loon is and turns out 1000 yards of
cotton per day. The protiem is hete
solved of the adequacy ofslave labor to
manufacturing purposes- The Gazett'
remarks that the cost of the raw neter ial
is the great element of expense in the
manufacturing of coarse cotton goods.
When cotton is worth 6 cents at Pensa
cola, it is worth , cents lard down at
Lowell. hiere is a dalere'nce, then, of
just one fifth, or twenty cents in the dol
lar. The Arcadia Factory will, when
completed, work up 1000 pounds per lay
Here is a clear saving of $15 per day in
the raw mat-tial alone, enough probably
to feed all the operatives engaged in the
The South is growing wise. The
ruinous fluctuations in the price of cotton
in Europe, have opened the ey s of the
planters. They have become convinced
of the fully if depending wholly, upon
a foreign demand for their ce-at staple.
Periods in every year lind th-nem at the
nercy of the tnanufactureis of England,
F1 +nce and Germany. When most fires
sed for funds they are least able to oh
tain a fair price for their only saleable
The heavy English dealers can gene
tally depress the market at pleasure; and
the experience of the past two years has
shown tint they are perfectly willing to
exercise their !power. Th. fct uations
within that poiod have resulted in a direci
loss to the cotton planters of more than
eight millions of dollars. These fluctu
ations operate, of course, most oppres
sively upon that large class wh]o are corm
pelled to sell, at any price. Those who
are strong enough to hold on to their
crops fare but a little better. There are
many millions of dollars' worth of cotton
now in store in the Southern pnorts,
waiting for better prices. Murbi of it
has been in store ever since the ingath
ering of the last crop. Even tho-ugh
Prices should improve a fraction b fue
the next season, the loss of interest will
probably swallow up advance, and more
Theip most eflictual remedv is an in
creased hoMe market. In one small
port in Geer-i , there is ane millon of
dollars worth of cotton w:aiting an in
provement in prices. If, - iestoad of
being :hrns storf and depenuding upro
the- foreign demand for release, it had
1ect~u taken icito factorics six months
sin;ce, it. would long ago have bro:ight into
the State at least five millions of doliars!
It ,suens.:asabsurd -for the Soutb' to
send her cotton to Leeds or Lowell tobe
be worn by the panters themselves, as
itwudfor a faumer in Genesee to send
iswetabroad to be floured.
..England has acquired her greatness
and wealbh by manufacwi ing for the
world. Every dollar she pay-s for rawv
mete-rial is quadrupled by the home labor
exp)ended upon it.-The Georgia plante'r
makes his two or thrtee pe cent. upon
his cotton, and the English man-eficturei
his ten and twenty pier cent upon the
coimmidities which lie produces firtm it!
The duty andl policy- of the Souith upou1
this subject is as clear as sunlight. The
cotton fi,.ids are overstucked. The1
supply oef this ;;reat staiple has increased
ma'se rapi ily than ithe demand for it. If
one tenth of the labom ers emp1loy-ed it,
the cottotn fields we-re transferred to cot
ton factorics, the richest results woeuld
Events are now trainspirin2 which will
parobably hiav-ea t-ndency to still further
compel an examiina uion of this subeject.
A general war in Europe would lhave a
most ruinous i-li-ci uponi the cot tn
mnm het. Pr~ ices would ben iinsantaneously
depiessed so low as to produce gene-ral
bankruptcy a moug t he pla nte-rs of thle
South. Such ae r.-volutioit may not conie,
but theo very fart thamt it is possible-, sufli
ciently illustrates the wisdomn of lhose'
lhcalities at the South which ha;ve entered
upon the policy of wora king uap a p~oriioan
oC'the raw materialt u hich they proadue.
If this policy shtould become genes al-as
we cannot doubt that it will in time-- -the
Southern States would soon place thrma
selves in a pastion of independence far
above that whlich they now occupy-, and
whlichi theyv must cominue IC) occupy, so1
long as tihey depeind excluely tupon a
foteig;n market-Albhany Eye. Journael.
Fromt the Ch mrles-ton 31ercury.
We clipped the followine, some dayes
since. fiomt the N. Y. Post, and cocide
enuirely wvithe the sentiments which the
editor lis so well expressed. The con
cIlu-'inis ofjouti s in thi cotinttg b lbor
un iea a i: mstatke ini s)1pposing that
.- ;-mbhe tzk- any deeper interest in
r ;-se--ni cernsett5 lii:e in those of
. m other ..hiss o-f ei. i.uns, anid we hlave
niz . c ~ ud:.~ored it in w ret;che-d taste
to. be- r gi eg into vi-w the names of
e-dit-ns. :.-ee it is mneatit to deal only
with- tthe p2' pers tundee their control.
-'The htnbi; of br intging the names of
the repluted editoi s of teiwpapers before
the public, insteade of nmt- ely e nming thec
joturnals which the-y conduct, is one
which almost ineviuable leads to petty
personal controv-rsies, anid frit tets ai n ay
what should be a contest for pa inciples
into a quarrel about theceindiuct and the
motives of a class ofindividualsin whomi
the public heave very little interest.
It is in our viewt, a practice- that de
grasdes the profession of a journalhist, and
is one of the c....... h. i.t. ;,. t..,.a..,:.
with the public falls so far below what b
he influence it exercises would seem to Ik
entitle it to enjoy. We regard it, where ri
we are mame the subjects of it, as a dis- h
agreeable imfpropriety ; and considering p
it thus we cannot countenance it when It
others are aimed at. A
Calybeate Springs. -Spartanburg ti
Village is truly fortunate in the late dis- t?
covery of two Mineral Springs. The
first one at Mr. J. W. Thomson's one
and half miles from the Court House, e
and other three-quarters of a mile. This e
l.st is similar to the former, and between Ii
the two no doubt, every facility for p
health to be procure.l by those means -
will be afforded. The one just by our d
residence, on the land of Mr. J. Wnddy n
Thomson's has been ahready tested by o
a few week's use by us, and that or b
something else, has improved our health, n
to a considerable degree. We think I
the salts of iron the principle ingredient,
though by means of a labaratory, sulp
hur might be found, together with some
king of grass. no deleterious in its pro
perties. Come and see.-Spartan.
A Soap Plant.-Liet. Washington n
A. Bartlett, U. S. N . recently present- I
ed to the New York Farmer's Club with
two bulbs of the Atnole or Soap plant of a
California. The bulbs are used through. 0
out California for. washing every de
scription of clothting,;in cold running
water. In ubing them as soap, the
women cut off the roots from the bulbs,
and rub them on the clothes, and a rich n
&strong lather is formed which cleanses
most thoroughly. To propagate the
plant, the bulbs are set in a moist tich
soil, and grow most luxuriantly in the -
soft bottoms of valleys or bordering run
ning streams. So the world hereafter,
is to grow its own Soap, just like our
Yankee farmers grow Onions, and we
expect to see the article sold by bunches
instead of by cakes. We recommend
the Firmn tr's Club of New Y.,rk to grow
it extensively, for the Empire State will
have use for it wasling out te political o
indeencies. originating from a union of ti
the Barnburners and Whigs.-Curolian. Ii
A Scen' for a 'entcr.-Let us ima
gine Geti. Taylor, the candidate of the a
Federal party for the Pr sidency-what a
a deleetateie spectacle of consistency it o
will he ! Jackson, at rhe head of the
"biuehIghts, and Hartford Conventionists
would have been appropriately followed.
First in the tanks of his defenders' will
no doubt be found Webster, who said all
laurels won in this war were soiled and
dishonor.d--Corwin who . wished the
Mexicans to give Taylor and, his troops
"hospitable graves wihl blo6 . ands"
Chandler, whi said Tall or ut T la P
M1otery-G'reelylu % ,bns.s
Cursed be this infamous dai"ZPr ietice,
who saiys if as"n war -againist dod"-- is
and Ashman, whose. amendment still it
festersutpon the Congressional resolution be
of thanks. But what will be more sin- fu
gular than all, will be to see Gen. Tay- fi
hor's political ranks mowed down by the n
very soldiers who, in M~exic.,. swepta
down the ranks of mihe Mexicans! Every 2
opinaion from the army agtintst Federal- o,
ism, will be a blow aimecd at thec cause ei
of Tay lot-, if he shall accept the FebmeralI ic
antti war noeminiation. The world knows
how brave &ur soldiers can aim and how
they can fire. Federalism will be ad..
de~d to Mexico as a nrew proof of both
dinig mihe next elect ion. It will be, S
indeed, at prospect stiange and edifying
in a'l respects, to see Gen. Ta3 Ion the
caiploo of Federalism; but the issu'- will
show how little even a prmeat name will "
serve to save a bad cause from defeat ~
and degradation.-Pennsyl'anian, ti
"IHE SPIRItT STIRRING DRUM "--A ~
soldimi writing to a triend in Batltimoie, I
thus facetiously winds up his letter: ti
"'Such is a soldie-r's every day . ilfe ;if g
you like it coute out niit h the nexi "
batch of ecruits. The most remnarka- o
ble thing in it is that nothiung can ba- ih
done without diuniming atnd fifing-as if w'
men coulin't uniderstand any oilier Ian-"
guge Te drum you to bed, and
you to bre akfast, to ditnner, niil to snyh- I
pr; ithey di-uni you to dtill, ont drill, and |
ofi of drill; thcey dr tm you to the doct si
and if you hitppen to die, they finally la
d rnn y oti to etetinity',"
Farmer's Sons-Mr. Skinner the .
ve-ry northy and practical edi'or of the at
L-armer't' Libtarv in an addiess to his "
readers, has the followingr remarrks:
W e entreat all fe blers amiong far-mers,ii
to inculcate Ofn thcir sons the ind isputtable ae
truth, that their vocetior. is to be fllowed .k
as otne of intellect and hiotnor, or of solid '
drudgery, accordingly as they cultivate ~
or neglec-tthe studies that lend it attrac,
tiotn and fruitfulness. Open their minds -
to thie tr-uthi thuat, if among farm~ers there S
were the same apl~lication of the ntindl to
ireir putrsuit, to discover every mecans by li
which it may be followed with more V
in telligencie and profit, American hus
bandry wiould have reached before now
that degree of increased proficiency
which hasbeen achieved in the movementi
of armies and the cotnstruction and use of d:
muilitary engines-in the application of
steami to nmfiiie atid manutacturing L
puirposes, and in all othter employments P1
oh capitail and labor under scientific di-it
Lightning and Lotteries.--A few -
yeairs rigo, a respectable youligmnan in
Porbimtd, among the thousands wvho had r
dran n blanks, dtrew a prize of five lion- t
diede dris. h is friende, nn doubt trn-m
led for the consequences! e itshould
ad him to dabble in lotteris' till :fif was
tined. We ware pleased owiver, tt
ear him :emarfituit 'rbaig the
riz', he imiediately canet o.h=Teso
ition never to purchase another.ticket!
,nd the reason which he. gav .pleased
s still more.-He-hiad-heated folks say,
a lightning was neverkndion to strike
vice is one Place.
Brow nlow, the calerbated wlig preach
r and a partizen of Tennessee, 'and
ditor of the Jonsebot o' Whig, gives tle
allowing proclamation of his own pur
osed towards Gen. Taylor:
"If Taylor in nominated for the Presi
ency by all the conventions that can
feet in this life, and if he is thelast and
ly candidate that ever the wliigs.have
etween this time and they day of judg
tent, we will not support;hin or vote
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
iis, to me directed, I will proceed to sell
t Edgelid Court House, on -the first
londay and Tuesday following, in July
ext. the following property, in the ful
>wing named cases to wit :
G. M Yarborough. vs Hiram Feaster
nd Russe Padgett, one snrrel horse. levied
n as the property of defendint Feaster.
R. J. Butler, vs R udolph Carter-and E
zabeth Carter; W W. Geiger and other
everally. vs the same, the following prop
rt), viz: four regroel. AbralitfNelly, Ned
nd Aggey, three mules, oe 'bay horse
nd one wagon and harness'' ;;
Terms of sale. cash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
June 17, 1348 - 3e 22
[ Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, to me directed, I will proceed
sell at Edgefield Court House, on the
rst Monday and Tuesday followning, in
uy next, the following property, in
ie following cases, viz:
W W. Geiger, and others, severally, vs.
:lizabeth Carter, the tract of land.where
a the defendant lives, containing five
tousand acres more or less adjoining of
muds of John Wise, Juhnl Marsh and
Joseph N. Dailey vs. Abijah Abney,
trac: of land containirg-five hundred
res, more or less, adjoining lands of
lizabeth Carter, Joseph Ruxmley, and
Terms of sale cash.
S. CUSTI E, .., D.
June 12 4t 21
TATE OF SOUTH CA ROL1NA.
IN THE COURT OF' ORDINA M
Y J(iAN HILL. Esq.,. Ordinary of
LLEdgefieldDistrict. I *
Wheereas-John.J. Jennine hath ap
lied to: me for. Letters of-td ministra
n.,on all '-andeingulac thegoodneaid
attel,-right&e'rrediis of'Pl' etp ings
to Af ,Iie Districtaforesaid, deeased:
'Ihese~are, therefore,:to cite and admon
h alt atiduinguLar, the kind ed and cred
ors of the said lieceased,"to ija and appear
~fore mae, at our 'iext Ordi~ ary's Court
the said District, to be hotl eu at Edge
d Court Houseon t,tie 10t U day of July
xe, to show cause. if any,!why the said
:ninistrat ion should not helgrantedt.
Given unider my hand andiseat, this the
)ih day of Jiune, in the ye4. of our Lord
toe thousatnd eight hundred and forty.
giht and in seventy-socond fear of Amer
. JOH N HILL, o. E.D.
june 21 2t " 20
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
W IJER EAS, the t:ast Wille4d Tesltment
of~ Edward Colhter, deconse~d, wa.s ad
itted to Probate, in cotns fum,, in O~dina-.
, on 25th .lMay tast, and there bqpng uo proper
-legal Executors to tte said Wd1I, anad a P'ea
io and sugges~iti being presented andu fited
I Wtm. E. Cotther and otbers, legatees next
'kin. reqnesting tmne Ordinary to carry out the
rovisios s of the said Wilt, ans regntired by the
et of Assemibly, passed 1546. in such case.
ereibre, an oader was passe~d on said pelcinoaa
anting the prayer theareof. and thne estate is
w in the custoidy of Dariti Lesty, Ordiny
A bheville District. for nuministraition.
All peisons,theerefuze.htavintg detnands against
e said estate, wilt piesenit thieir'uotes or othtert
iteci evidences of indebtedness. top~ther
itth a true cop~y thereot; anrd those who, Untve
|couts agntinst the estate wilt have dtem pro'
ma. ds thie law rapSTuirne echanLsand sIwypkcp.
s toa prove their acconts on snits instittuted it
e Coutrt of Common Pleas, viz that no pacrt
ereof was paid in the lifetime of the testator
r seuloument, discount or oterwise, nor since
3 death, ztid that alt discounts have beetn al
All demnands whaztever.,must be presented
ithiout failure on ur before -thae first dtay of
eceiuber ntext; anid alt titose indebted to the
tute (except those whto hnmve running accounuts
the Bhecksmnith shops, mitts, &c for the pre
ti year, who witt be reqnired-to settte by the
~th of D)ecember) must imaake immnedirate pay..
ent. as no indulgence enn be-given; for as alt
u residue and a eamaitnder of the estate will be
-Id this ensuing full, it becomes nlecessary to
low by that time thc fult extent of the 'lebts,
order that thea Excntor may turni over the
ecilie legacie~s without future liabilities.
DAVID LESI.EY, o. A..D.'& Ex'or.
june 14 12w 21
TA TE OF SOUT[H CA ROLINA
STIlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
iliatti Little, Applicant, Parfition of land
Cs. devised by lI'il
se Little, James Little, lihat Liltic, Sr.
and others,. oly- tti Jit
[ T appearing tmysatisfaction. htJh
L Little and David Little, two of the delen.'
Lnts, reside with~out this State. it ik-therolhre
dered, .that they do app'ear and object to, the
vision.or sale of thu reat estate uof William
tttc, Senur., devi'ssed, to thei parties toa thtis
uceeding, on or before'thiettirth day ofSep
mber'tnext, t.r their consent to .heo same will
entered of record.
JOHN HJLL, O. E. D.
may 24 - 12w.' 19
For Sale oreRent,
I~ IE HOUSE and LOT formerly occti
Lpied by 8. 8. Tompkins. Esq. A pply
6 F.' GOODE.
Anrih .1 ft 11
FEsMIJLE .. D EsWI1,
Dr. and Mrs. Jonses.
I LL open a eereofore advertised, en
Mlonedav the 7th olFebruary. The ar
rangemerts are as follows. A Primary Depart
ment. Junior, Middle and Senior Classes.
In the Primary Departent.
Spelling. Reading. Writing and Ele.
mentary Arithmnetic, $5 00
In the .Junior Class.
Spelling, Reading, Writing, Grammar,
A rithmetic. Primary .Geography,
Abridged History, Composition, S 00
In the Middle Class.
Spelling, Reading. Writingr, Arithenc
tic extendel, Grammar and Pars.
ing, General Geography, History
of United States and of England,
Astronomy, Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Composition, 10'00
In the Senior Class.
Ancient Geography. General History,
Critical iHending. Rhetoric Logic,
Botany, Chemistry and Natural
Philosophy, Algebra, Geometry,
Latin with a view to a wore the.
ronch understanding of English, 12 00
Instruction in Miusir.. 15 01)
do do French, 12 O
The year will ie divided into four quarters
ofeleven weeks each, eommnciing as follows
1st of Jamnircry. 15th of larch, 1st of June, atid
1st of Octoher
Books, Stieinnary, &c., will he furnished at
price, to cover expenwvs only.
N. B. The presunct quarter (to commenee on
the 7th of February,) will be charged as a half
feb2 tf 2
Fancy & taple DryGoods.
* ANCY Mnilinis, (jinghais and Prints,
M nring """
Changeable De Laines and Jenny Lind Plaids,
Silk, and Baradge Shawls and Mantles,
Silk Sun Shades and Parasols,
English and A merican L.ong Cloths,
Rich Bonnet, Cap and Tafletas Ribbons,
Swiss, Jaconet, ''hread and Lisle Edgings and
Linen Cambric [andkerchiefs, Gloves, Iloste.
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
Drap de'Ete, Summer Cloth and Spring Cas.
Lead Col.red, Brown and Grass Linens,
Brown and Fancy Linen Drills.
Marsailles Vestings, Silk llankerchiefs, and
Suspenders, Gloves. Half H[ose, &c. &c.
Together with an assortment of,
Georgia Sc i ped IomespnrisUsnaburgs,
Cotton Yasrns. Shoes. Hats. Caps, Bonnets.
Just received and for sale by
C. A. MEIGS.
April tf II
DR. JOEL BRANHAM'S
LIVER 4 DI'S1PECCTiC
IN offering this valuable Medicine to the pro
ple of S. Carolina Iic the relief and cure of
many diseases incident to a Southern climute.
I do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I
say it will cure all diseases.. But in
C4IRONIC .LVERR- FECT1ONS
} 4PLVD .1>g'
leian confidently ad t 't
else, from ty jiersiii i tisa'nuof
the article in -my own practice This article is
favorably received whel-evei- it ils beer. need.
I am alltowed to refer to Mir.George'Heard of
Troup, Mr John Warren of Columccbt, Mr.
McA free of Cobb, M r. Asbury H ull of A thents,
Mr. Wrilliamur -V. Terrell of Pintnamc, Rtev'd.
John E. Dawson of Lagranuge ; to which a
great ncumber of names mih be added, who
thcar their testimnony to its value.
H labituah costive'noss is found very frequently
contncted with teeble consatitutions, an;d peer
sons of sedenctarv habits, which oftent exert a
very uin fevorabtlc iinfltuenici upjonc the gen ie:;
hu elh ofte the sublject; acnd is particula;rly ncian i
fes:;ted by a restless anid despontding~ state ofC the
mnind, irre'gular if noet a loss o~f ppetite. For
this editionc of thce system,. this article is coti
dently reconmendtcued w ithi the positnv e assour
ance that if the dlose is properly adljutsted. -o as
inot to~ move the brwels tto act:ively, d ehey
be refliedh on, withont ancy, even; the least of the
uidensant co'nsequence.s, i-stiltling frictn the
use of the conhnnonc pacricine medicnes cnsnilly
resorted to. Tis attich- will be ltcnoa to act
asc a pleaesantt ,cordi if ancd tontic, re.,torincg te
apptfetite', andit at tbce situe ti.ne fa~flliiag every
indtcationc thati the c'oinnon putrgincg tmedieines
arce decsignedI to e1f-ct.
There aire somie cotnstiitutions liaible to regu
far attacks of jiionis feve r almotst evety fall,
to snceh f.I recononenc~id thce use ocf this \1 edicinei.
be'gitnninug at least by the mtiddle uf May. 01 first
Mancy persons whose Digestive organts are
fteeble. .fjin experiecc~ -; sentse of In llness,
wecight, an iclfppression , aboutI the ..tomiach af
ter ea ting-vini such eases a donse oft Ibis mcedi
cute will often affrdi immendiate relief.
Pregnanit wvomcen ofien snfler from lear
brn anid costivtencess. they mcay use hce aertice
withcout the least dunger acid with great bencefit,
In sick or tnervocus hcead-chc. it is a ;most valu
I coitthuld apend ac ine list of certicicates, hnt
fo.rbear, preferrincg toe rely on ithe virtues of ite
iedicinte to scustai n itself. The mtedlicinte is ai
gentle acnd certain; catheatliecinic an cd cecdorific.
Feor scale by Robert Anderson, Liberty [Hill
Cheactem; & .Aettlr, Dncntontsville , lCarles Free,
mcanc, Cairo P. O., and
Edgefield C. 11.
sept.8 ely 33
New Boot and Shoe
W E IRlE Gnitlemenc's floots aie Shoes
are mcade in a miost sniperiser style of fit
and workmacnsh ipe.
Gentlencen wan~itincg coerk soled, dohile soled,
water proof, walkmug, dress, patent leather,
aned a fine pumpih soled BOOTS. nceed but
leave their orders wvithi the subsccriber.
nmarch 1 - tf 6
C. G. WVAGNER,
Attornacy at L aw.
A LKIN. S. C.
W ~7ILL pracetice inc the Courts ref Barnwell
T Edgetield anid Oranegebtirg.
Messrs. BAItLEY & BR Ews'TE tL. Charlestonc,
Jonts BAUsKE-T', Edgeliefd C. II.
May 3 2mc 15 .
6,0O% Ips. IHacoun & Lard.
J UST received ai lar-ge ot if sucpeuiicr Ba
cutn, which will be sold loiw for Cashl.
U-y 17 if 17
Cheat and grow ,rich.
HIS has been the secret principle of too
many of the Wholesale Dealers in Tea
up to this time, and they have practised the
must shameful imposnon on the country mer
chant, without any fear of detection. But
a new era in the trade has come, and the
i'ekn 't'ea Company claims the honor of its
introduction. They were the first to raise the
banner of' Iteform, on which it has inscribed
the simple words,
PURE TEAS AT ;HlONEST PRICES."
A complete revolution has been the conse
queuce. Let cousumers of Tea everywhere
look at what we have done.
1. We were the first to send them Teas that
used to be called too good for thein before.
2. We have driven out of the market a vast
atmount,of' trash, and introduced a better class of
Tens than has yet ever been sold. Importers
of Tea often come to us to get for their own
use. and fur their fiiends, the fine qualities they
can find no where else.
3. We have reduced prices more than 25
per cent. both in Black and Green Tens. The
whole sale grocers say we are rnining the
trade, and call us humbugs. This we have
done already, and now see what we are ready
1. We will sell Teas by the single chest, half
chest, or 14 lbs. box, at the same price that
wholesale grocers pay to the importers when
they buy by the hundred packages.
2. The wholesale grocers aiways allows 13
or 14 lbs. tare to the half chest. This is a cheat!
We will allow, in most instancs, 154 r 16 lbs
tare on the same.
3. We hereby undertake to sell every kind
of Tea frot si: to twelve cents per pound chea
per than the wholesale grocers do.
* low can you do tbis?" asks the country
mtrchltant. This is our answer. We are cor..
test with 7 per cent. profit, instead of 25 and
50 per cent. a le wholesale grocers.
As, Englis Importer litely boasted to us that
he could make tee'ce money by sending bad
Seas to the New York market than good Teas'
We are resolved to overthrow this fraud, and
now call upon agents in every town in the
United States to come forward and buy the
Teas imported by the Pekin Tea Gompany;
and we pledge ourselves that if in six months
they do not sell more Ten than the oldest and
largest dealers in the town, we will give them
our Te.a without charge. This is plin Eng
lish. aid cannot be misunderstood. We ap
peal for testimony to the immense success of
our Agetiis in every part of the United States.
Agents wanted in every part of the United
States, for the sale of those Tecs by which
they can n..ke money, and confer a benefit on
the public by supplying the pure article.
CATALOGUE oF ' TEAS.
On sale at the MI'arc Mouses of the Pekin Comp.
75 & 76 FULTOS rSTRFS-T, N. Y.
The Teas mentioned in this catalo.,ue are
done up in quarter pound, half pound. and one
pound packages; the first or inside wrapper is
lead, the second is water proof paper, and the
third or outside wrapper is of Chiies rice pa..
per. The company sell none but Good Teas,
done up in this superior manner, all of them
grown in the most luxuriant districts in China.
Country dealers may select as small a quantity
of each kind as they like, and have them pack
ed in one chest. These teas also come in five
pound packages, called -quotations,' a very
convenient, fanciful and portable shape,
Persons residing in any part of the United
States or Canada ean order any of the Teas in
this catalogue, by letter, in quantities to snitt
their wishes. We pack them in Chinese box.
es. and deliver them to the forwarding Mer
chant free from charge for packing or cartnge.
The money sihoni always accompany the or.
Young Hyson, good, 8
" weet, -5
" "- finer, 62.1
"c " fine cacrgo, 7
" c" extra fitne, 870
"c " sitver leaf'.. 1 00
Silver Leai. Seldoma sold even by large dea -
lers, becaus~e eof the very snmall profits madnee eot
its silte. Tius is a very sueperior' Tea.
Gotlden Cheatp chop, plaunation or gardene
Gmoldeen chop. 'This is the fittest Greetn Tat
en!r.ited in chtina. ft is ofl thte first pic'kintgs,
anid exi: Is itll outther Green Teaus ihr its dehica
cy of flivor. strenegth anid aroeea. Hleretof'ore
this Tiea has niever rmachied this .couietry, ex
cept in smae~ll lots, as presenits to i.nporters.
IHysoni, very lite, 75
Guntpoiwder, geood, I 00t
" sup~erior, 7')
"c temaul lea f'plant. gr. 1 '25
Itmpferial. geeod. 75)
e' brisk aned fragr'ant, 1 00
"curious leaf, very sctperioir, 1 25
Hlysoni skin. eceod fine flavor, 38
B LA CK T'E AS.
Hlochlong.,.goodi, lull flavor, 38
" lute, 56
" veiy stiperior, 77
Sonchoneg, g'ood. 3
extre fine. 50
Ooelong, stronig flavour. fine, 50
fjelocng. Thi5 TIea is a great favorite, and
giveil tetiversal catislitetion.
Very finte; 63
Extra finie, one lb. acid half lb cattys 75
Ne Plens Ultra, 15f)
Ne Pltis Ultra. This tea is ais sweet andl
friagranet as a neosegaty. it yields a perfumne
thazt us truly dehlighet il. It is ofgardee growthl,
and %eeierioer to an.ythinig of'thee kinid ever soid
Eteghsh Bre'akf. Tea, flne, 50
Pekon flavor, 75
Congo, good. 37h
" veiy good. 50)
P'ek,,ke flowers, good, 37j
"Gardlen growth, 1 50
Beside. the abeove we expect daily f'romr Clii
tna feteral splezididl chops of' Tea, e'xclusively
imlportedt by the Pekiet Tea Comepatty, aen'J
wvhitch we initend to copyright to purevcent trick
ecry. Let oter atgcents get ready.
E~ditor- anid pucbbtshers of ewsptapers ini the
CUtied States. anada, West lIedie, &c. who
willgive the abtove 13 inseertions ice their respiec
tive journals itncluditng this notice will be paid
foer the saeti itt atny Tea: they matey chrose teo
select fromit the abtove catalegnoe, itt ihe pirices
thmce teamed, aend by puirchasinga of'the Cotmpa
tty twice the amentreet oft their beillI. whtich they
are ait liberty to dispose of as thcey please.
M ay 10, 18-'8 13 16
T lIE Suebscriber has just received a sptlen
did Stoeck oh Sprin.' andI Stemmcier Goods.
For Laties' ware, a fine Tot of
Milins, Baratges and Gin;;hamts,
Fine Manitle~s unnee Sheawle,
Bonenets antd Bonncet Ribbhons,
Wourked Coelliars and Muslin Trimings,
Black and White Lace Veile,
Ifor Geun-lemnen's wear.
A fie Stock of Boots and Shoes, of all
Leehurn,.Panamua, Pahnte, Silk and Bever
Hardware, Cutlery n-ned Crockery,
A good assortmient o'f Groceoies, such as
Seigar, Coff'ee, Mlassaes anid Rice,
SFresh CH EESE.
Withe emity tarticles too tedious to mtention,
all otf which will lee sold very cheatp for Caesh,
or oen tiima, to pitunctl etncttomers.
13. C. BRYAN.
April hI if' i'
REM OVA L.
JWeil KE3TCI.i.,il &' CO,,.
St A. 11BUR, S. C.
AVE remove itheir stock of Dry Goods
to the Store under the Atmerican Hotel,
(late i ubbard's.) where it is their purpose to
keep a full assortment of
American.'Frencl and English
DRY GOODS. .
We would take this opp.ortnnity to return our
thanks to our numerous friends for the very
liberal patronage bestowed on us for the lst six
years, and would solicit a continuance of thei
W e would also invite all persons buying Dry
Goods in Hanbur, who are not already on
our large list of subscribers rogire as a trial.
Our stock will consist ofa much larger and
more general assortment than we have hereto'
fore k.pt. We shall also continue to keep our
usual aisortmentof Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor
Matting, Bonnets, and' Ladies and Childrens
. N. B.-Just received a full assortment:of ai.
numbers of genuine
Dutch Bolting Clotm.
which together with all-articles in our line will
be sold as low as they can be procured in Ham.
burg or Augusta.
WM. KETCHAM& CO.
Hamburg. S. C. Aug. 7-11 tf 29
PIJ. X0r FOR TES.
fr AARON A. CLARK, having
..Ulately returned from New Yoak with a
choice assortmenit of
With and without the iEOLIAN ATTACH
MENT. from the c.elebrated wanufactory of
NUNNs & GLARK, and intending to keep
for sale a constaut supply of these and other
At the Ware-House of GEIGER & PART
LOW, in the Town of hlamburg, on asfavora.
Ile terms as at any place in the SOUTHEi.N
STATES, invites the atte ntion of tbose.per
sons in want of such articles, and solicits them
to call and examine for themselves before pro
ceeding further, where will also be faund a
supply of new and fashionable SHEET MU
SIC and BOOKS of instruction for the Piano.
A. A. CLARK continues to Tune Instru
ments, in wh ich business lie has been employed
for niie years past.
April 3m 11,
State Agricultural Society
of South Carolina.
T HE following PREMIUMS will be
awarded to the successful .dom'peti
tors, at the seni-aunnual eeting, to be
held in the village of S burg, on the
second Wednesday in Sept. next
1. For the best Stalli',o, for Agriciultu
ral purposes-a silver medal.
2. For the best Mare, for Agricultural
purposes; a Sih er Medal.
3. For the best native Bull, over 3
years; a Silver Medal.
For the nest native Cow,-over 3' years;
a Silver Medal.
5. For the best Jack, bred in South
Carolina; a Silver Medal.
6.' For the best Mule, bred in Sot h
Carolina; a Silver Medal.
7. For the'best Rat, adapted to our
climate; a Silver Medal.
8. For. the best Ewe, adopted to. our
climate; a Silver. Medal-.
9. For the 'best Rao, -O
10. To .the inost success AIa deen=
sive grower of clover for threecosenive
years; a Silver Medal. -
11. To the successful competitor in a
plugh~ing match, wtitht double or .single
team; a Silver Mledal.
1:2. For the most succossful and exiel
sive experiment with lime fo~r thlree conse
cut ive years; one complete set of the Far.
13, F"or the best conducte,l Farm in the
District of Spartanburg; u Silver Cup of'
ithe value ofSl0.
A full and detailed statement of thme
value andi operations of the Farm, to be
lurntished by the Agricnltural Society of
spartanmburg, or a Coummittee oif three.
dlisiuterested farmier-s of the.~.District.
April 5, 11
PR I-NT ERIL' TYPES
W1T1LL be. sold at untuece's N. York Foun
Ydry. after March 15. 1848. at the follow'
mtg very low plices, for approvyd 6 months'
IRoman. Title s-c. Shaaded 3,'e.
Picai, per lb. .h) cts 52 90 ets.
Small pica 32 56 190
Long~ primter 34 (00 100
Bnrgeois 36i 0G 108
Brevier 42 74 F20
Minion 48 S4 132
Nonpareil 58 10)0 100
A2:ue72 120 180
Pearl 1l08 100) 220
The above prices in cotnsequence of increas
ed facilities for tmanufacturing, are much te
udtced fromt formter rates. A liberal discount
for Cash in hand at the date of the invoice.
Presses. Chises. Casce. WVood Type. lInk.
&c. funishted at1 the loeset tmantufacturers'
prices, either for cash or credit.
Our specimen B~ook fur 18418 is nowv ready
for di.stribmtion to Printers. who will send for
it, antd containas tmany tiew articles that we have
itever l'efore exhibited, steh as Writintg Flour
ishes, Otuaments, Ortmcitental Fonts, &c. of
whtieb we have an atmple stock for the prompt
exttentioni of orders. *
Printers of i'ewspanpers who choose to ptnb.
lish this Advertisemet three times before the
1st of Jnne. 1848. atnd senda uts one of their pa.
pers, will be paid ihr it in Type whten they
pitrehase from its. of our own Manntfactntre,
selected from our specimens, five times the
amtountof their bill.
For sale, several gootd second handed Cylin
der atndu Plat in Powver Press, Standing Presses,
I lanid Printing Presses, &c.
G EORGE BR UCE & Co.
13 Chtambers-street, N.York.
A pril 12 - t 12
STATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA
IN TIILE CO.UMON P'LEAS.
Thomas P. Milner. )Declarutioni.
VS. , in Attachment.
v lIE Ph-iintilr itn thme above case, having
I.this day tiled his Declairation itt my of~
hiec, and the Defendant having necither wife
nor aittorniey, known, to reside within the linmits
of this State, ont whlomt a copy otf said Declara
tiotn, wvith a rule to plead, cani he served. Ott
u..otiont ofrMr. Adamits, attormney for Plaintif, it is
urdered,itat the said dfefendatnt appear and ptlead
to the said Declarattin, withtin a year and4 a
day fronm the date hereof, or judgmtent will be
given against him by defankl.
TrhO. Gi. BACON. Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice, Edgehield C. 11.8tht Nov. 1847.
tnovemtber 24 1y 44
(7' WA-rED. a Yeutg Mant to stay in
a Stuure. One that run come well recomnt;
dhed will lbe prefcrred. Etnquire at this Oflice.
May 17 It 17