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Alanners.- make it a point of morality never to find fatlt with another for his manners; they-Imay be awkward or grace ful, blunt or polite, polished or rustic. I care not who 'ihey are, if the man means well and acts rom honest intentions, w ith out eccentricily or affectation. All men have not the advantage of 'good society," as it is called, to school themselves in all its fantasiie'rules and ceremonies; and if there is any standard of manners, it is one founded in reason and good sense, and not upon these artificial regulations. Man ners, like conversation, should be extem pors'neohs and not studied. .logunt.-A gAllant and patriotic mi litia otticer in Mississippi lately relieved his overburdened mind by the following burst of trans'cendeutal eloquence : "Gentlemen, my mind naturally con verts with the pleasurable enigmas to the delightful tapestry of the California Ter ritury. 'Tis there that Nature is more than herself, for the sort breezes from the 1lego Islands wafts to the listening ear, the earled symphonies of the jackdaws sweet a'tolling, to the melodious epiphany of a ilretsand Crocodiles." Maj. Gen. Tiggs.-We have the plea sure of announcing the arrival in our city, in fine healib, of this distinguished officer. lie is last from Jefferson Barracks via N. Orleans. He will be for several days in this city.-Augusta Con., 30th u. Matrimonial Attachment Illustrated. We notice in an exchange, an account of a woman nibose husband, for a State offence, was sent to the Illinois Peniten tiary-his wife, wishing to comfort him in his misfortune, committed a small theft that she might join him, and together with her infant, has been sent to the same house of Correction. We have it from very good authority that no less than 14,000 British seamen bavS deserted the merchant service during the past year, 8000 of whom have left their vessels on the American coast. German Book- Making.-According to a moderate calculation. ten million vol umes are printed every year in Germany. There are upwards of a one thousand German authors' names in the semi-annual catalogue of the Leipzig book-fair. It is computed that the number of authors now livicg in Germany who have published one or more books exceeds fiy thousand. Prince Albert, of Prussia, lhtely stied to be divorced from his wife, the Princess klM ary, of the Netherlands, on ground of a superable aversion; and the divorce was ibunl of Berlin on the tes.-The pres ount to $1S3,. in propor lMaryland, one of its -: of those _.'Tennessee, of the in e (according E .of the Lon im the (reek a~gnd pharnia, Gere fresh and 6irm est months * epog them in a closely -e laed in an ice house. ,~otibe wrapped separately aper, atnd'once in ten or twelve days. iaken our, wiped dry, and, wrapped up again in new paper. The Raymond (Miss.) Gazette, says: We are informed that the "cotton louse and worm'' have made their appearance in the northern part of this county, and are injnring the crops of several planters, con siderably. ' Railroad Sprinklers.-T he New York and New Haven Railroad Company are about to try the experiment of waterspriuk lers upon their road, by which one oif the greatest annoyances of railway travel in the summer may be prevented. An engine icht one or more large cars or tanks at tached, will run over the line twice each dny, when necessary, and lay the dust. The Chicago Democrat thinks that Col. Benton is as plainly designated by public opinion for the next Presidency as Silas Wright was four years ago. The Seat of Government in Canada, s not been removed, as stated by tele Aph. Montreal is to continue to be the Cigal of the Canodas. The Montreal Pers state that the Provincial Parlia mtwas to be proruged on Thursday the 'he Illustrated London Newvs, of the 24ttr March, there is an editorial headed "linese of Pauperism," which states that tnumber of paupers in Entgland was 1948, in round numbers, 1,876,000, and 11n346, 1,471,000, showing an in crease wo veers of 405,000 personts. * The i Frienzd.-The most agreeable of all coinions5 is a simple, frank man, without thigh pretensions to an oppres eive greet,; one who loves life, and un derstands ise of it, ohliging alike at all hours; abo11of a golden temper, and steadfast as anchor. For such a 01ne tve gladly einge the greatest genius, the most bril', the profoundest thinker. -Lessing. .An extra en of the Legislaturc of Virgina.a was tmmence atm Richmond on Mopnday laeThe 'special object of thea reotg of the into consideration the revot .oeasimiited appointed at Ltws prvous tess r a revision of the The Yazoo City. 11th instant, says ty. Whig of the * ues to prevail fatall", cholera contin.. Three W~ives.-A. land was thrice marrpyman in Eng iarrted for her mono is firs ieh beauty, and the third tsecomnd for her when he was old. Hil care of him a shrew. he was accustopartner being during his life lie lhad a remark that world, the flesh and the a Wvives--the -Over two hundred firmr uins henses were sufferers by t busin as. TIlE S. CAROLINA COLLEGE. The Temperance Advocate, of Thurs day, funtishes us with a record ofsome of the proceedings of the Board of Trus tees at their late meeting. The President, Hon. W. C. Preston, has been in feeble health for some time past, -and the Board have requested him to take leave of absence until.the first of October next, with and expression of hope in which every citizen o'f South Carolina .will unite, that ho will soon be restored to health and usefulness. The Board have appropriated $2000 to convey water into all the College build ings, and $400) to take down and recon struct the centre building of the Old North College. Both appropriations were need ful, and will add much to the comfort and convenience of professors and students. The Trustees have amended their re strictive laws, so as to exclude intoxica.. ting drinks of all kinds from the College buildings. Spirituous liquors were pro hibited before. The Board now gegulate the expendi ture of the tuition fund. They require the Executive Committee, the Literary Committee. the Faculty, and the Treasu rer, at each meeting of the Board, to re port and specify all estimated experrditures which nay be needed during the recess of the Board, when that body will make the necessary appropriation. By this reg ulation, it is thought that, in a few years, the fund may be increased so as to enable the Trustees to erect all necessary new buildings, and possibly -provide lhr Pro fessorships of tLaw and Agriculture. The Hon. David Johnson, who had been a Trustee frogi 1815-until the close of his Gubernatorial term-thirty-four years-w as'unaimously chosen'to fill the vacancy in the elective members of the Board, occasioned by the election W..B. Seabrook, esq., Governor of the State. Truly does the Advocate say,-No man in South Carolina better merits honor and distinction than ex-Governor Johnson." The South Carolina College, under its present. management and Boards of Pro fessors, is justly gainitig higi reputation. Much as she has. done to elevate the char acter of this Slate,- her importance, use fulness, and happy influence are becom ing more and more appreciated, and more widely extended and felt. The State will stll cherish this institution, and, under the guidance and control of iis present Faculty and Board of Trustees, we feel well as sured of her occupying a high position among the more time-honnored institutions of learning through the laud.-South Caro linian. THE 'BLACKS AT TItE Non-r.-We find a paragraph in a Baltimore paper, which but too truly indideates wretched condi tion of a great portion of the blacks in Northern cities. It states that Officers Ray atd Teal, whilst engaged vesterdtty under the direction of the Board of Health, in removing some degraded negroes from a house in McElderry street, found in one -of the rooms, the body of a colored womau, who had been dead lbr four. days, and ieh-whaa In--- sm . -ibat putrefac'inn; the inmates of the house being two~indifferent to the offensive spectacle to take the necessary steps to have it buried by the city authorities. W~hy is a sleepy child like a coat worn thread-bare ! B cause it wants a nap Near Statesburgh. on the evetning of the 22d ult. by the Rev. N'~. Graham. Col. TraoxtAs N. MoYE. of Richland District, end latte of the Pal metto Regiment, to Miss CATHA RI.NE, daughiger of Capt. WVilliamn Wheeler of Sutmter Distrtct. -Spring Medicine. Now is the time to purify the blood of mor bitt humors, and prepare the system by appro priatte remedies, to withstand the debilitatintg effects of the approaching warm weather. RISLEY'S SARSAPARILLA is one of the best alteratives that cant be used, and as an invigorater anid purifyor of thte BLOOD, it stands unrivalled! Comnpare the directionis and observe that Risley's Sarsapatilla is FOUR TIMES THE STRENGTH ofany other, in Laige Bottles, Sold in Augtusta, by HIAvit.AND, RIS.EY, op Co., and in Charleston by r.ALND, Hiu RAL. & Co., [tmporters atnd Wholesale dealers in Drngs, Medicines, Paittts. &c. Also, sold in this place by G. L.' PENN, Price One Dollar. AGENT. M ay 30, 2m 19 II It is now universally conceeded, that Rheumatistm, Gout, Paini or Weakniess of the Back1 Side, or Breast, can be'cured sooner by theuse of the Jcw David's, or Herew Plaster, titan any other retnedy e ver ktnown to tman. We woutld advise otur friends atnd others, who are afflicted with thtis truly painful malady, to make itntediate use of thte Jew David's, or Hebirew Plaster, as a single trial will place it beyond the reach of compeiition, and convmnee tIte most intcredulIous of its superior medical virtues. See advertisement mn anothter colunmn. For sale by JOHN D. C HA SE, Apotheca ries Hall, Edgefield C. I. May 23, Butler Lodge .ivo. 17. (Gi R-egularmeetiug of this Lodge will he held on Monday eventng next at 8 o'clock, ELBERTr BLAND, Sec. June 6 1t 20 (l#" We are authorized to announce MOODY HARRIS as a Candidate for Tax Collector. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa cias, to me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday following in July next, the following property, to the following case, viz: Samuel Brooks vs C. H. Goodman, the House and Lot in the Village of Edgefield. known 'as the Planters Hotel, at present occupied by Messrs. Burt & Doby. con taining afteen acres, mere or less, adjoining the Public Square, the latnds of S. Brooks, H. R. Spann,.Johna Lyon and others. Terms Cash. S. CHRISTIE,'s. E. D. J un c6 t. * '20 TO TH E~ PATRONS OF T111 E AIBURG JOURNAL. N 'consequence of uiforeseen difficulties connected with the Journal Office, I have been edmpelled to surrender my right and title to that Offico. It is only. tecessary for me to refer to the annexed advertisetnent, and leave the poublic to form their own conclusions!! Thomas G. Key and Henry D. Wray. to Nortgage. John W. Yarborough. James M. Robinson for Benjamin Baird, Fi. Fa. Key and Wray, Same' Vs.. Fi. Fa. Same B virtue of the above stated case I will pro ceedto sell in. the Town of Hamburg. on Fri day the 25th inst. the Press known as the Ham burg Journal, also the type and all the fixtures belonging to the same; also one Stove and Pipe, one Writing Desk, one Bench, one Ta ble, and two Chairs. S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D. Edgefield, 9th.May, 1849. - All debts due the Office for for Joh Work or Advertising from the Ist of March to the 1st of May, must be pail to the undersigned. Re mittances can be. made at his risk to Charlesion, S. C. All accounts not paid on or before thse 1st of July, will be placed indiscriminately, im the hands of an officer for collection, J. C. DzGAFFARELLY. June 6 1849, 3t 20, Dissolution. HE Copartnership heretoulire existing .. between the subscribers under the ftrn of XENRICK & THAYER, was dissolved IsLinst. by mutual consent. The tna e of the firm will be used by either partner in liqmdttion. It. A. KENRICK, 1. H. B. THAYER. June 2 1849, 4t 20 H A CARD. T HE ndersigned havini purchased the - interest of If. B. THAYTR, in the late firm of KENIRICK & THAYER; will con tinue the btuiness at the old stand on his own account, and iespectfully solicits the patronage of the late firm. H. A. KENRICK. Hatnburg, June 6 1849, tf 2U Not i c-e. LIE Subscriber offer for sale her HoUsE -and LoT about I of a mile frot Edge held C. H. lyitig on the road leading fron Edgefield C. H. to Columbia, and containing four acres; also all that tract of land contain ing 1200 acres, situate about three miles from Edgefield Village.' For terms apply to the sub scribers. R. BLALOCK, P. R. BLALOCK. June 6 1849 7m 20 Bacon & Lard. C HOICE Lot of Country HAMS forsale at the Suibsesibers residence; also a choice lot of Lear LA RD. J. H. HOLLINGSWORTH. June6- . 3t 20 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.. IN ORDINARY. dY JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of ..EdgejjIg:istrict - -- Whereas Oliver Towles bath aplied to me for Letters of Administr~n, de bones non, on all and singular the anods and chattels. rights and credits of Ser'ah Scurry late of the District aforesaid, de censed. These are, therefore, to cite and ntdmon ishs al and singular, the kindred and credl itors of the said deceased, to be and appear helbre me, nt our next Ordinary's Court fur the said District, to be holdent at Edge field Court House on the lSth day of Juno inst., to show cauise, if atny, why the said adinistration shouldl not lie grante.. Given under my hand and seal, this the 5th day of June in the year of ;our Lord one thousand eight hundre'd and forty uine and in seventy-third year of Amer ican Independeuce. JOHN HILL,o.E. D. June 6 2t 20 Broughit to the Jail O F this District, a Molatto man who says his name is WILLIAM, atnd that he runaway from Mr~. Abram Lewrv living on Ducan's creek, Lawvrens District, S. C. to w~homn he was hired, but that be belongs to Mr. Robert Marra, living 13 miles-above Newberry Court House, S. C. Said fellow is about five feet. six inchtes high-he is between 21 and 22 years of age and of light complexion. He has sev eral scars on his forehead and neck, the most of which he says was caused by fall, ing off of horses; he also has a scar 0n bis upper lip. The owner is requested to come-forward, prove property, pay charges aind take him away, or lie will be dealt with as the law directs. A. H. BURT, :. E. Di. June 518S40, tf 20 Brought to the Jail OFthis District, a tnegro man whosys his name is EDMUND. ansd that he belongs to Mr. Henry Tippance, living about seven triles below Yorkville Village, S. C. Said fellow is about five feet, eight inches high, between 20 and 21 years of age and of dark complexion; be has a scar on the forehead ansd also one over his right eye, lie says he unaiway about three wieeks The owner is requested to come for ward, prove property, pay c'harges anid take him away, or he will be dealt with as the law directs. A. H. BURT, J. E. D. JuneG 6tf 20 A Card, R. G. G. BIRD, respectfully offers his Poeional services to the Citizens of Edgefield and its vicinity. Office opiposite Compty's Hotel. May 9, tf 16 COLORED MUSLINS & LAWNS, W TARRANTED fast colors. (yard widn) WV124 ets. Just received at 10. CAUSSE & CO. Nerw store. May 24, :tli 38 We are authorized to announce Oupt. D. L. SHA W, as a candidate for Major. of the Lower BM'.talion of the 7th Regi.. ment S. C. M.. at the ensuing election. (Q*~ The friends of Capt. W. H. FE A. GIN, annoutnco him as a candidate for Mjor of the Lower Battalion of the 7th DRUGS & 1 AT AUGUS DRS. BLAND, WaOUAselEA AMN 1 constantly receiving dition to their large an AMERICAN, FRENCH & DRUGS and MEDICINES pure and of approved manu new law. They offer also, PAJy.TS, GLASSWARE, BAIL SOA CY NOTE PAPER, LE1 - OPES for saie, INK of all c and HAIR BRUSH ES, SURGICAL IN LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising a The attention of Physicians and Planter supplies can be furnished at A UGUSTA discount for cash. and in buch quantities as The importance of these advantages U Matket. ireiring breakage and delay lucid PLANTERS will do well to call and see Edgefield C. H. S. C. May 30th 1849 Drug, Medicine, Gili PEi 1-OULD inform his custo 'N he has inade arrangem .Charleston and at the North, for Cash, so that customers ma a nd jenuine Drugs, Aedicins, ceries, Confeclionary. and in fact pretty tr cine and Grocery Store, at the lowest mi inspecti.n of experienced Physicians, and approved. Just received a fresh supply Quinine, 1 key Opium, Sol Soda, Lobelia, Eppings, of the best-known remedies for worms, a department-also, fresh RICE, RAIS CA NDIES, kc. For sale on commission 9,000 lbs. prim May 16 1849 State of South Carolina. EDGEEIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Lucy Reese, Vs Bill for Discove. Wyatt Homes, lohn Jnes' rg and Relief. Daniel Prescott, Lewis Lal loway. IT appearing to my satisfaction that Edward B. Halloway and Thomas 0. Halloway, two of the defendants in this case, reside frou and beyond the limits of this State. On mou tion of Mr. Yancey, Plaintiffs Solicitor. It 1 ordered that the said Delendants do appeal and answer plead or demur to the complamiintn saiid hill ofconplaint. within three months fron] the publication liereof, or te said bill will be taken pro .cvnfesso. agaitst them. S. S. TON PKINS, c. .E. D. Comnmissioner's Office, May 24th 1849. May 30, 3m 19 Statel of South Carolina. EDGE FIELD DISTRICT. IN E COMlON PLE A S. Walker.& d frid, Decl ation R. S. Robit ) Ataciunent. Walker & gradford, Declaration Vs. in . R. S. Robets. Attachment. Tu H E Plaintifis in the above cases havinj ..this day filed their Declarations in m) Oflce atnd the Defandant having neithter wvift nor tattortney, kntowni to reside wvithin the limits of thtis State, ont whtom a copy of staid Declara ions with a, role to plead can be served ; or mntion of IMr. Magrath,. Attorney for Plain tiffs, ordered that said Defendaint appear anc plead to satid .Declarations within a year and day from rte date hmetecot, or ini defauilt thecreoi judett wvill be retndered annitist hitt. Tf. G. BA CON, c. E. D. Clerk's Office. May 22d 1840. May 30. 1849, 1y 19 RUGS & MEDICINES. TH E nndersigned have associated them ..setves for the putrpose of transacting the DIUG BUSiNESS, atnd take great pleasute in atnnouncing to the Physicians tand comum ty at large, that they are now receivig titc openimt at their new .rootn. next door i Messrs. Blanid & Btttler, a large stock of Drug which have been carefully selected by one o the firm in the Northern 'Markets. Our stocl cmprises every article usually kept in the Drug line. WVe catn and will sell as low as thme same ar ttcle can be obtained in Hatmburg or Augusts Geo. Tnats-On six Months time, five per cen discont for Cash. E. BLAN D, M. D. E. F. TE AGUE, M. D. Edgefield C. H. May. TEAUE M. T HE Suibscriber is about bo establish Tan Yard.in all its varions branches. in tte Town orglamaburg, takes pleasure in inifor ming his friends and former customers that nte will alwaysleel happy in accommodating thetm on the mcst reasonable terms. wvith all articles in is line :o' business, snch as BOOT3, SHOES, HARNESS, WA GGON GEARS and LEA THER of every kind, at the static next door to J. J. Bryan's, and nearly opposite Roache's Hotel. M. L. GEARTY. N. B.-The most liberal prices will be given for good Raw Hides and Tan Baik. Haburg, May 9, .t f 16 DRUG-AND GPNE.RAL STORE AGENtY. TlIE Subscriber informs his fi-iemnds ane .thep public,-hates Agent for a few friends who have engaged him to do business for them. lie will keep on hand at the Post Office, a full spl of articles as above, which lie will sell heap for cash. -G. L. PENN, Agent. Feb7, tf Just Received AND IN STORE, 00019LBS. HOICE COUN. TR URED BACON, at 8 cents Cask. BLAND & BUTLER. May 2, tf 15 Just Received, Few BIBLES. PRAYER BOOKS and TrESTAMENTS, bound in calf and gilt, y J.D. CHASE. March 16' tf 17 For Sale. W ELVE or fifteen likely yotung Negroes, Isold for no fault. Apply to the Editor of thisnnner. LEDI0INES TA PRICES. TEAGUE & Co. MATAIL DUGG1TS'. new and fr'esh supplies in ad. d.well selscted STOCK of ENGLISH CHEMICALS, -all of which are warranted facture, imported under ihe OILS, WINDOW GLASS. P. FANCY SOAP. FAN 'TER PAPER. ENVEL 'olours, PAINT. VARNISH. STRUM ENTS. FANCY and MlSCEL full assortment of all articles .in their line. s is called to the important fact. that iheii -PR1CES. on six months time, five per cent may be desired. vnst be obvious to those trnding at a remote ent to transportation. PHYSICIANS and us. tf 19 & General Storee N, Agent, mers atbd iho publit generally, that ecms with experienced Agents int to purchase his supplies entirely y rely on being spipplhed with fresh Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff. Gro uch every article usually found in a Medi rket prices, his Medicius will be under the no article will be offered for sale that is not Cnglish Calomel. best Blue Pill Mass. Tur Sarsaparilla, Fahnestocks Vermifuge, one 3d various articles in the Medicine and Drug INS, ALMONDS, FIGS, PRUNES, tLSO e BACON & LARD. tf 17 Terms of Boarding &c. at the SPANN HOTEL, EDOEFIELD, C. H. S. C. Boarding per month by the year, $12 50 Bnarding and lodging per moiuth by the year exclusive of lights, 15 00 Boarding and lodging per month by the mnatls, 20 00 Boarding and lodging per week, 6 00 o per day, 1 00 " " per meal, 50c Boarding Horse per month by the year 10 00 " " " day, 75c Transcient boarding or by the month, payable,-Cash, Regilar toarding payable- Quarterly. Those who have written to know the prices of hoarding will please to refer to the above ad. vcrtisement. The proprietor of this establish. ment expects to give and ?astntain for it a good character; but this vce thuet leaye those to j ndge who patronize it, May 2, tf 15 Economy is Wealth ! T fHE Subscriber most iespec'lly inform his friends and the public generally, that . he4 hado0ted himself at.Edgeafild C. House, (next do# to Mr. Refo's Tin Shop and op. posite the Spann Hotel,) for the purpose of carry on the Cablnet Making 4- Repairing Business, in all of its various branchee. He feels con fident in giviug entire satiafaction to those who may favor him with a call. ROBERT BRYSON. N. B.-FUNERALS furnished at the short est notice and on accommodating terms. March 28, 1849 3m 10 Boarding for Young Ladies. T H E Subscaiber will accommodate with boarding, eight or tea Young Ladies. His H ostse is roomy and pleasantly situted, conve nlient to the Femaulo Academies. Parents and Guardians mtay be assured that evcry attention neces'sary will be paid to -Girls committed to his care.. EDMUND PENN. May 2, t f 15 Griswvol's Cotton Gins. W iwoutld respectftully say to those wish. ingortahy to prure NE WGINS ofa supe hadafwof teboemuchaprvdMn tifacture, which are offered to the public on the very reasonable terms of the maker. GEIGER & KNIG HT, - Aents. H ambutrg, April 11 2m 13 Rensoval. R CAUSSE & CO. have removed to the .. Store adjoining Mr. S.'F. Goode's, where they will be happy to i-eccivo their old cutstomers and as many new ones as may find it to their advatatge in paying the cash. N. B.-Jnst recei,ved a lot of Summer Cloth. ing which will be sold at a small adyance at R. C. & Co's Cash Store. April25, tf . 14 Notice to Bridge Builders. Vi H E Comnmisstoners of Roads for the Up .Iper Biutiti of the 7th Regiment, will let to the lowest biddler at Edgefield C. H. on the first Monday in June, thte building of a Bridge across Rocky Creek, ott the roadl leading from Edgefield C. HI. to Cambridge. GEO. A. ADDISON, Sec. May 16, tf 17 >Cheap Liquors. T HE Subscriber intending to abandon the, trafic of Ardent Spirits, oiliers f'or sale his remaining Stock, low for Casht. Fourth Proof Brandy,'at $3,50,. per gallon. Madeiria Wine $1,874, H olland Gin $2.75, N. E. Run,'75cts., Best Rye Whiskey $1, Rectified Whiskey 6'25cts., aill for Cash, and that itt tto less quantities than three gallons. HI. JENNINGS. April 18 tf 13 NOTICE. T3 H E underdsignecd as Assignee of Marcus .ZUpson, gives notice toualt personshaving claims against the said Mnarcums Upson, attd who are willing to take under the assignmaent, to rentder in their claims by the sixth day of Angust next, All persons indebted to the said Marcus Upsoin, are requested to make immne diate payment. SAMUEL STEVENS, Assignee. March 71849, m* 7 FINAL NOTICE. COIRCUMSTANCES requiring that the bu.~ siness of G. L & E. Penn should be set% I :tded tn pwithout delay. Notice is hereby given, that all Notes and Accouints not settled untring I -Court, will be giyett out to an Officer for col. lection. E. PENN, Agent. 1eb. 28 1249. tf lvimsie Thrip is bettei than a Slow. Dime. 3 WILL retail DRUGS 4 pl EDICINES, E.cheaper thip tbqy are retaile4.eisewherea n Edgefield. Iaa3uburg, or Augusta. in, pr or which, pleape loo. at my list 'if prices. irticles as good as the market af'ords. . ..,. . Laudunum, Paegoric, and other Tinctures t 6jcts an ounce, -.. . . . Opodeldec. Bateman's Drops, British Oil, r,c., G4cls a Bot!'.. s . , , I . . alis, 6jcts.,a pound, Camp.h ogr6ic itn o, bladder, best kind, and Sal Eratds, Ijcent Lpouiid, -. . . . . ;, - . . . Soda'and Sedleitz Powers, frtom 20 to50cts. Rat Poison and Musiard, 121cts. a Box; Blacking, 6jest a Boxi, : B Sarsaparilla from 50cts to $1.a bopk s Preston Smelling Salts..bottles re-filled, Alcohol, pue, it wvill all buru $1, per gallod, 3cIs pet (tart. 4.,, . Fourth Proof Brandy-1814-$4,50 per gal. S, per bottle, .. . p. . . Port Wine, Abest, 4, per gallon, $1 per bottle. Wines and Liquors, of any description.so) by the gallon, or cask. Purchaser granting me time to order the same from New York. JOHN D. CHASE, M. D. April 11, if 12.. Notice TO FREE SCHOOL 'EACHFR. the lst imeeting of.the Board of Com missioners ofFee Sclools fok eek District, it wa& ordered thaht Telacher bh entio! tied to'receive pay forlone third-class scholar from each family, taught during the present quarter. R. T. MIMS, Clerk of Board. May 16, 14 17 Strayed FRON the subtscribeir . n the 14;(6 inst., Sorrel Mtae.about medium..uize, short and w0fl niide, some white is theface,tail has been bht dff dnu suff'ered. to grow oqtsince; and has a small black spot onethi lefl ,nnen.i . Sie had on a common curb bridle and i Ladles saddle. It is likely she made her way towardi Newborry or Greenville C. H. Any person having taken up such s'ray animal and will le, me know by mail or otherwise, where to sendi or will deliver her to me at this place, shall be liberally rewarded. JAMES M. WILLIAMS: Aiken S. C. May 30th 1849 it* 19 Lands for Sale. T HE Subscriber offers F01salp a saii - tract of land, lying seven fide West -f Edgefield C. H., on the Ahlieifle Road, con,. taining 451) acres, 250 of which are in woods. The cultivated lands are well improved, and there is a good Dwelling house, with all 11' cessary out houses on the premises, in gi repair. Terms favorable for the purchaser. JOSEPH FERGUSON pri 11, 3m J2 SABIN'S PATENT Washing MaChine. . H AVING met with great success through - ALLall parts of South, Caroli~fathe Patent. is now offered fur sale, persons desirous of. ur chasing the Ri ht for this Ditriet, cani b calling on 6. H. Strobel, Aget,;"iih edgfieI Hat el1. May 30 1849, . . g i. POSITIVELY THE LAST CAI. ALL persons indebted to the late firn DUNBAR & BURNSIDE, either note or open account, are reqiuested ti ca and make payment on or before the1st da'y August next after, that period they -will find al4 claims due us, in~ the hands .of proper officer, for~collection, without discrinlination. . ~ . .DUNBA R& BURNSIDE Hlamburg, May 22, 6it 19 N o tie . .* - A LL geisnidebted to Whitman.R. Hill Dcae.are hiereby- notified to imake payment. and all persons having claims against said Deceased wimll render them ui-propeuly att tested. William.M. H Ill is appointed my Agant during my absence fr'mi-the ' trict. T. S. D ANIEL, Adm'v. April 6. . af 1 Notice... A LL persons indebted to- the estate of 3aa cob Pow, Deceased, will please to--call and settle immediately. and those who are cred. itois are requested to maks known their claims, M.. 23 H. R. SANN, Adnt'r. JUST RECB11FD.AT. Apothecar'ies gal, DR. GOURA UD'S Celebrated.-Italiana Med icated Soap for removing Pimples, Freck les, Tan aid Sallowness from the co~aplexion. Also Penetrating Powders for nue nzi hair.. For sale by J. De CHASE, M. Dr May 23 tI' 38 , Uacon and Lard. THP. Snbscriber has-on hand about' 2,00Q lbs. choice BA CON, which hie ofiaurs at Seta. cash, the hog roaid;. - - Also, a fine Lot of LA RD at 10a.tsa.&ik - --H. JENNINGS. SApril 18 tf 13 - - Corra fer. Sale. TI H E Subscrib' offers for sale att his resi, . ineqe 3 miles North West of this Village 1,00 BUSHELS of CORN. --. ' . .H. HOLLINGSWORTiL May 23 1849, if 18 With Hammer in hand,, All Arts i doth fidrstand: deSe, has opened near the Spanos tltebusines of fIl'ao& &dtGunsmithing, ir lisbranches. .In saoej~mghborses andin all oth. ar work .of hui- tradle, fue warrants to give fuilli ratiscteion. i -'.-' GunsmithitM it oef alt cases for eass~. . . 8AAC BRNCif. New Blacsinth Shop. E1HE Subscriber having procured the sr - i.vices of Hampon;~ a Blacksmith wel? mno%n to this commutnity, is prepared to receive. di orders in thais line of' buisinesa. Shop opposite Dr. Johnson's lot, E. J. MtS. Feb14 .r