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curml on the Ohio and Mississippi rail trfcvl Ht* Uwtanceof noout 16 mite* beyond Lota %?e Wwtnictibn triun wa* pawing out to thecnd ctf rofidaa fur u it is cnnstraeteu, - Laden wftb4W?r<ip?ix <6nriondc of the iie^r di<2ro* a thoUfS?yd, foet of tre***!-1Hork. * oicu rrosacss onoiu Ureclt lfoMom, about j 4 o'clock in tRo afternoon, the timber* gave J way, ami precipitated three or tour ot the otrp, n\ it'h n number of laboring iq?n, upon the tiroiiuJ, lonit] fifteen or sixteen foot bolow. L Fbo smash up ?? terrible. Fifteen or aix>?. \e*n person* were badly injured, one of whom v> died a abort tint? Utter the accident, and wife brought to CnwVVlHe and buried laat night. A boy was picked up from beneath some wight or ten of the heavy raila, but to the astonishment of all \tm not very dangerously injured, lie happened to fall in the rood, tnd. tpftuew of winch pcracrred life life When the engineer saw the treaael work be gin to give vrav, hk opened all the vnlvea in I a second, which ahot fho engine clear over I tfie falling tiloHers, and also dragged over ouo. or two of the baggage care. VVe have heard nothing an yet in regard to the persona lull* i>v Uie accident, but fear that fatal in- ' juries have been abstained by many of thcni. ' St. Louis Inlet. W*** ^ . j Death or mB Noroniois JoAttciK.? 1 The Placer (California) Democrat, thus dc- j scribes tlie death of tfiis cclebrnted bandit, 1 after a long pursuit byn party of Rangers, iitKler-MltvyMK <M<* ' They (the bandits) were encamped on I the bank of tho Rio Centura, at its sink.? They were mistaken aa to the character of ' their approaching enemies, supposing tlte 1 burgers to bo mustang catchers?nntii IJrrncs was within fifteen feet of Joaquin, to 1 whom ho cried out, "Joaquin,- I have got 1 vou at lust." Joaquin -made no reply, but immediately mounted a beautiful bay mare, and attempted to ride off. Capt. Byrnes ' *h??t at him, und scrorai others followed suit 1 A running fight now took place, Murinti re- * treated to a high bank; throe of the men ' followed him, his animal was very fast, un- ' riJ Mr Wl/.i- .t,t l? *?- - * nvi ma ifg Willi Ills | life, which so disabled Iter n* to prevent her ,4 travelling. Jontjuin now dismounted, threw ! up We li.nnd, nnd cried out in Spanish." "I fhottt again?I am dead." Ho im-. 1 iuedurte!y fell 011 hi* faofij^tind died almost \ instantaneously?having received at least > half-a-dowa biiH* w the body. The othors 4 were fighting in another direction. Three- ' fingered Stock nnd thrco others were killed, and otio taken to Martinet where he wn* Hut ' New Won? nv Mas. Srows.?"Sunny 4 Memories of Foreign Lands" is til<5 title of a 4 fourthcotning work by Mr*. Stowe, the au- * thore** of rL'ncle* Tom's Cabin." The fob 4 lowing extract ia devoted to- William and * Klleii Crafts, the slaves of 1 >t. Collin* of Geor- ' gin, who were rescued at Boston, and whom * she met in Knglnnd : After the addresses we dispersed tod if- 4 fercnt rooms, whoco refreshment tables were 1 bountifully laid out and adorned. By my side, at one end of them, wa^ n young fe- 41 male of pleasing exterior, with fino eyes, " ?To! ieato person, neatly dialed in white.? 11 She was introduced to 1110 as Kllen ''rafts, n 1 name memorable in Boston annals. Her 11 husband, a pleasant, intelligent young man, ' with hnudsomo maimer*. wn? ii??w? ? Mad it not Ixjten for my introduction I could 0 mover have fancied Ellen to have been any n other than somo English g?rl, with rather a * paler cheek than common. She has very sweet manners, and usues uncommonly correct and beautiful language. Let it not be * supposed that, with such withies* as these ff among them, 6ur English breathren have de- / rived their first practical knowledge of slave- J ry from Uncle Tom's Cabin. The mere ? knowledge that two such persons as William r and Ellen Crafts have been rated as mer- r. chantable commodities, in any country but ours, would be a sufficient comment on the * system." u ??? Tijiikr Men Killed dy lioutnino.?The * fallowing account of deaths by lightning was " received by us by mail yesterday : " On Sunday, July 2d. about half past two 01 o'clock, p. m.-, at tbe residence of Mr. J. W. r\ Swan, in Newton County, (?a. Dr. J. W. j 'J Hitch, Wm. Wilson and Isaac Christian, Jr., w ?11 i?a ? '* ? * * ~ wore ?n msuuiuy kiihj oy a stroke of light- ^ ning. ' . .. :1 Dr. Hitch and Mr. Wilson were single men, bat Mr. Christian leaves an eft'ectiouute w wife and three children to inourn his loan.? " Dr. flitch wan formoly of South Carolina, * the other twos were Ue.?rginn*. K It soero* that Uie electricity fir* struck a * small shade tree tltnt stood near the piazza u where tliey were sitting, ami then passed nn- ^ dcr the house and througflf the floor, shivering r. Si hi ? very Might jn.ir.nef, snd the ruling, and lastly the chimney was slightly injured. - 7 No other person was hurt, A son of Mr. n Swan, was sitting near, but escaped unhurt. u I South Carolina papers wW please copy.? 6 Auyuata 08Sk*tit?tionlist, fl/A inat. I^tocoa Stohb Btkccr bit Lichtbiko.? " The extensive Honor establishment of Dean * A Hate, at Cincinnati, was fired by lightning ^ on Friday afternoon. The fluid entered one, on uiu winauvit, in u?e nun story ainf struck " . A barrel of whisky, canning it to explore. J V Four others exploded in quick succession, and the liquor igniting, spread a sheet of (tame/ j ail ovor the door. Four men who were at work in this part of the bnihling were scarce-1 ly able to get down .Wire. The Are spread t with great rapidity, consuming the entire b buikdmg, will, nearly all it* content** consis- I I ** he Mexican papers tb^News from tlie 3ooth.n The Uni vernal, of the lnt iraL, eaye that tlia rebel Don Juan Alvarez in dangerously ill, aad his fnead- entertain w* hnpe* of Ijik recovery. The DUrio Oftciul, of mum date, aayn it han learned from several persons who have arrived from the south that that chief had died, but that the greatest efforts were bei^g iniv? W? prevent the fcet &cs byagj*; known. LAktui; The Eco dtl Conurcio, of Vera CVua, of the 8th, snyn it hope* this news is trite, for although it dislike* to wish evil to it* neighbor*, it must rejoice At this event, so necessary at the r>reeeut time for the tranquility of the lb-public, and to cnnble hi* liigiiaww to cnrry put those, important reforms which his illustrious Administration has undertaken. The same paper casta a doubt over the tumor by closing the paragraph with these word*: "If ho is dead, may his soul find pence before the Almighty.* 'Ihe iusu.genta, under the command 6f Villalvn, one of Alvarez's officers, surprised and defeated Navn at Sasamulco. and took from him ten saddle horses and six hundred dollars in cash. _ The Kco says that too Commandants of Kinaloo, Oajaca, <?uanajuato Queretaro.TainHulipas, Clnpas, Zacatecns and Tlaacnla have rejurted to the Supremo Qovermont that tranquility reigns in those department*. Troon* have boon sent from Zaniora to act in the Sierra, and others to Morelia for "expeditionary purposes." A.rain storm occurred in the department of Vera Cruz, which lasted for twenty-four hours. The great quantity of water which fell caused serious damage to the railway bridges and embankment*, afid caused a suspension of the transit by liorso cars upon it. One of the assassins of Count Casaato in Mexico, who had confessed being a principal in the affuir, was ntthekked by cholera in the jail and shut himself up in fus cell without reporting his illness. When found, he VHA ilwiil OIKI <1>? 1^-1.. -1 " In ?H\7 innij Ulttw n up lllio a I knot by the cramp-*. Don Miguel Blanco has been named Governor and commander of the department of ^innloa. ; The "Universal** says a new expedition tnder Count ttaousset de Boulbon is expeccd at Gimoinas; that they will coine disguisng their ftlRbuster intentions under an invocation of the principles of federation, anjl Ju-refore they limy tiud proselytes among Mexicans. . The house of M'mo Arista, lady of the exI'residcnt, was entered at mid-day, of the JOth tilt., bv three burglars in disguise, who vere let in by a woman that was employed o wash the floors. One of the theives and he woman guarded the door while the others proceeded to rob the house. M'nie Ari?a was seriously wounded in the hand. The obbers carried oft' O^:) in silver and some ilk*. On the 2d insU, a detachment of troops, villi several in >untair. howitzer* left the caplal for the department of Michoacan. On the 20lh ulL, His Serene Highness orlerod the Grand Cross of the Order of Guadillll ?o to be sent to the Queens of fCnglaityl lid i.f ftnain !.? W? w f 1 ? - wiw A4iu|A}imi uiv rrencil. lie King of I'niiwisi ilic President of GuateiihIa, Cardinal Antonwlli, 8ec:etary to the loly see of Koine, And Huron Humboldt. The Cross of ConiinniHter whs conferred n the Ministers of Guatemala. Great liritin, nnd Spain, nnd on Uie Nuncio of the *opo at Mexico. Death or Ex-Governor Towme or Ikoroia.?-We regret to learn from a teleraphic di*|?aXch in the Savannah Journal ft 'ourier, that Kx-Governor George W. owns died at Macon, Ga., atone o'clock onaturday morning. The Journal ft Cooler pays the following tribute to his memor , Our renders throughout the State will arn with peculiar pain the deatli of this disnfruirthed wt??>u rA ~ it- - ?J 0 V. v.W.UIH. HIV KIU rent though sudden, is hardly unexpected, 'or a longtime hi* health has been considered i a precarious condition, notice of which ad been given in the public journals in exnse of his inattention to a voluminous corjspendencc. He is now no more. In him loorgia loose* a devoted son, hia country a arm mid self-sacri Being patriot* a large irele of society a generous and disintereated iond. H}ov. Towns was a native of Georgia, and as but Hfty years of age ut his death, hav?g been lx>rn in tlte county of Wilkes, t^e th of May, 1802. The family was of Virinia descent, and of revolutionary fame.? lis father was at the battle of the Cowpens nd of Eutnw Springs, in both of which he Utinguuhed himself for coolness and brave* Wise and ioiixsox, ih? unfoiw-at* oung men under sentence of death for mrder, have been respited bv the Governor ntil Friday, the Oth of Octooer next. It i? xtretnely painful for us to be obliged to say ?i-.:? ??-* ?- - * Ml iviimiuii ww tun llCHlKIIUiy !Hiir which may seem to be har?h. Every inn knows that such is not our nature; but re cannot say less than this, that if this ropite is designed for the spiritual advantage f those unhappy youths, every man will re?ioc at it; if it is designated to test public pinion with reference to their being turnod >oee again upon this community, it will be Meived with no satisfaction by the public,? Arlington Flag. Rapid Trav*ixiko.?The Albany Regiebp says the Mew York express train, drawn y the new engine OMdet), of the NewTork Central Railroad, ran from Syracuse to Koch ter. a daUeooe of eighty -one raiiee* in niney-ei* minutes, on Friday. Thiaie the fui* at running on record, for so greet a distance. W . * ? the UofoflWJtinal auccess. has Inst fallen a j victim, to |?j?f own machine. This tM * steam vehicle, running upon the ordiuary noet roods of France. M. Leroy was traveling in it towards the English Channel, where he waa to ship it to London tor exhibition. "While do?ending the hill, the engine struck an obstacle, tipped over, and poured tiie content* of the boiler on to M. Leroy, who was too badlv scalded to hope for recovery. He had spent ten years and all his money in | perfecting hi* invention.M Ile waa a very foolish inventor to throw away his money oti such an Iuvention. To re-produce steam Carriages for common road*, after the Invention"of railroad* and locomotive*, i* like going to mill with corn in a bag, having a atone in one end to balance tlie grain in the other. CocKTBRrKrr.?We were shown the other day a oountcifeit fifty dollar bill on the Ma-! rine and Fire In*uranco Itank of the Bute of ' Georgia, which an old friend from DeKalb 1 was unfortunate enough to have passed upon hiin. It is considerably smaller thau the genuine and the engraving poor. It tnay be readily detected by an imperfection in one of tho eyes in the lace on the left of the bill.? 1 There are but few of the genuine in eircu- ' lation, and therefore all fifties on this bank should be taken with caution. None of the 1 other bills of this bank have been Counter! feited.?Atlanta lutelligentcr. 1 i t Is consequence of the increasing number of pirates in the Levant, the United States consul at Malta recommends all merchant ' vessels coming to the Mediterranean to havo 1 the crew supplied with Colt's revolvers, and during the voyage to practise tbo crew in 1 their uk ; also a few of the long American rifles, so that they can Are at any suspicious boat previous to their getting too close; and | if this is carried out, each merchant vessel will be enabled to protect herself from pirates, ' which in most, arise* from want of due caution nnd want of proper guards. John Moribset, the prize fighter, who , was lately taken on to Massachusetts, to ( answer for being engaged in the fight with \ Yankee Sullivan, has plead guilty, and been ^ fined $1,200 and oosts, and, in default of j payment committed. The fine and coats are , to be paid within seven days, or ho will be imprisoned for sixteen months. It is said the neccessary amount was sent from New i York on Sunday last Sullivan, it wil!*bc i recollected, forfeited his hail of $1,500. i ' I One John Ilarman, of Nashville, claims < to have prophesied some time since the Turkish war. He now says that all war will t cease after the last of July, 1854. t After the 1st of August, however, a spir- ? itual war will break out with great commotion, which will not cease till nil existing denominations of religionists will be broken up. It will last sixty-two weeks. In sixty-two weeks more war will break out o#fr the j whole world, and end bv a final battle be- | tween despotism and liborty. He ^iocs not 1 SAV tr? ivlinm lui tl>? ?j ? .??*(? w VIIO * itwrj. The Richmond Enquirer says that counterfeit $40 note* on the Hank of Cape Fear, Wilmington, N.C?are in circulation, marked A, N?v. 130, payable to (1. Davis, and dated 15th December, 1853, with the figure *20 on each corner and on each bide of the vignette. On the right end the medallion image !? quite indistinct and somewhat blurred. vignette is a haif clad female tn a Hitting posture, finding a ga it and kid. The signature* are tolerably well executed, but the lathe work is decidedly coarse, which, added to the pale and dingy appearance of the note, renders it quite easy of detection. The Coax Crops ix Viiioixia.?The Rocktncrham Register sneak* of the (! ? ? ?3 r I"" ; . pect for a go.nl com crop in the fertile conn i j ty Kockingbam. 80 far it has heard no coin-1 j plaints from any quarter of the State in re- j gard to the protqtecls for the corn crop of the ; I present season, except in one or two localitie*, where the chinchbitg has been making , war upon it. j Movkmkxts or Mat. F. Ward.?It is } stated that a few days since. Mat. F. - Ward 3 left Hot Springs, Arkansas where he has been ) staying several weeks, for New Orleans, whence, it is said, he will shortly sail for Europe. His health was quite good, and | before leaving Hot Springs he threw aside his crutches, was able to dance aud waltz,; and seemed to be in fine spirits. Encouraoino.?It will be encouraging to Ike friends of education generally to hear that the scheme for the endowment of Er*kiue College promises early success. Professor Hemphill, general agent, says thcro are on his nook* more than $32,000. Fifty moiisanu is tn* lowest mini .to take effect, i and we should think the other agents are al- c most prepared now to awell Mr. Il.'s list to J that amount,?Independent PreM. ^ ?xoims!\k Heat.?aibetuj x. yn jx!tf x 5.?The weather waa eery warm here y ester- ^ day, Uie thennometer reaching 10a degree* j in Uia shade. Three Norwegians died from , the effect of the heat. Many caaea of suu- t, strokes aae also reported. j t The younj^ empress of Austria is h%1 to i ?? j ininuauiHc, very nn<i quite a poetess. Her father was a clever r nun, but her unole is the celebrated per who v was the protector of Lola Monies. n A* article, said to emanate firom a Phy- i aician, has been published in the papers, stating that the nae of rain water was a preventive of cholera. The eUtutiee of the state ( of Indiana, as famished by the Marshals to theOenoas Bureau in 1#A0, exhibit tome interesting facto confirmatory of this opinion, *n it it congested that the pubheation ofthose 1 who are iovesttgatifrg the cause And endear- i oring tt^discover a cure or prevcuture of thts 1 # ** ' * \ W . /j\ - 'I Advice* from CMtopTto Um 14th ?tate that great eicheattfMjKveii* oewcouat of the irruption c/a |3Ud oflodiittw faq* Mex1<*%. who were marching to the uitc. ior. there being no ftuffiuient force to oppose their purre. The people erere fondly demanding removal of Gen.ftnith, and the appointment of Geo. Ilaruey to the ohief command. The crop* throughout Texas wm very promoting. The Cholera- ; < 11 alt mo nr., July 17. The cholera U on Uie increase both in New York and Philadelphia. No caaea hare oifll curred here. The Japan Treaty. W ABHtaiOlon. Julv 17. Hie Senate on Satunlav unauTmounlv rat ified the Japan treaty. IIow a Queen Does.?At Osborne the Queen is perfectly idolized by the people.? She mixes among them (armiliarly; but while she pat* the heads of the children whom she meets in her early walks, she takes care to mingle a graceful dignity with her condescension. The royal children, after they hare worked in the gardens, go out to wnlk, and they Are especially instructed to be courteous to whoerer falls in their way. Sometimes her majesty will enter a cottage, perhaps at the dinner time of the occupant*, and. Hitting down at the table, partake of the food. ConREcniow.?We stated in an editorial last week, and in the Town Hall, that Den. Gadsden had built the road from Dianchville to Columbia with scrip?paper promises to pay?and not money. A director informs us that the idea of issuing scrip, which was carried out br Don. Gadsden, was first suggested by our fellow-citizen David Kwart, esq. We cheerfully make tlic correction.?Caroli man. A u^. -i~?J :? ! * .? ?uai iigiu survfiinnce is Kepi up in Pari*, and in all parts of the country from whence the capital in supplied, over the milk which is mwarded for the consumption r>f its inhabitants. Thirteen farmers have just been condemned to fines of one hundred francs and under, and one to eight days1 imprisonment, for sending milk mixed with water. Tomatos were sold Saturday in the Washington Centre Market, Boston, at one dollar i peek ; and green corn at twenty-five cent* % dozen ears. In former times the first innned vegetable could be purchased at onenghth. and the latter at one-half those prices. In Baltimore on Tuesday morning, Tomaoa sold for 75 cents a peck for the choice, ind Corn at 31$ eenta per dozen. ARRIVALS_AT HOTEL8. | MANSION HOUSE?at swaxdale a tawix. From July IS/A. to July the 2Oth. II C Putnam, UGH It Id B Douglass, S C It Brvee, Columbia TW Smith, OACKR \Y D Adams, Aiken J B Edwards, " t Pcrryman, "Abbeville M W Thompaon, " W Murdoch, O A C R R E M Gilbert, IV C Smith, Georgetown E Ilolcombe, Charleston I B Kdwnrds, G A C R It M C Butler, ' Edgefield Miss Gary, Cokeshurrv S M Hnntington, Char ? Armstrong, Cotnmo II Lucas, " !>r I/?l>orde, " P J Bar hot, " 3 II Wilson A lady R B Hill. [Georgetown ? Cold well, Newberry Yin Klleotr, " M Mcdlock, Columbia diss K El loot t, " EJ Evans, lisa O iilkott. " Dr J C Hardy A lady 5 .( Evans, Charleston [Georgia Iis?es lleut, Charleston J PSonthern, Columbia i M Gilbert, Colnmbia T Middleton, Clinr ? M Evans, " Cox A Co., It C i Smith, NC A C Young, I.nurons J Lippitt, N C C II Suiter, Chick Spr'gs jiinunum Jt W UAry, " ' U Wickenttery, Char C II Cohra, Charleston IJ Joicc, Greenville J M Cowan, Abbeville I Y Young, Laurens Col Lumpkin A lady lias Hurler, N O [Edgefield liu Gilmore, " L W Younqblood, " II Vance, Abbeville Mr# O E Walker, Char I M find worth A lady Miaa II J Walker, " [Charleston EC Jones, Charleston I W Hvman, Hath Rev R S llancklc. " 1 Walker, GACKRDrFY Poreher. V I> Harris, Columbia A Slioolbrod, Char I E Nichols, " J A Emtio tv, " ilagood, Barnwell W A Cuthbert A lady V P Duncan, " [Beaufort i Young, Lnurdns Mrs Holme*, Charleston I C McLemore, " Mrs A Tronholm, " I Da vid, Georgia! GREENVILLE HOTEL?nv jonx m'iiidi. from July l;lfA to July tht 2(MA Fm Robertson, Ddton 3 P Cook lady A son, M Gambrell, " [Anderson ) Hawthorn, Abbeville C Stroud, Green Vm Bridges, Newlverry John Watson, Green I Malfctt, " J Gudgeon, Ala | Vm Y Bates, B'Uvillc M Keetli, Pickens I W Rioliards, Abbe S G Wham, " 1 A Moore, Anderson W Philips, " lias N Robertson, Abbe P Shoradon, Cliarleston B Ilagood, Onrs 1IM J Looner. Pickens .Huntington, Green Wui Wert, Orsen ! Roberts A lady ViU's Col F Towns^ ' t V GosdUst, Oreen .t Charles, Green lolF Towns,'. Greon Wm Green, *' Donnald, Abbeville J I^oper, Pickens Barde, Anderson J Grearon, " 1 L Woodside, Green W 11 Holeombe, Oreen (ai Joo Barry, Alexico Wm Wall, N C l k Perry, Bath SCO Wait " ! Gnrrison, Greenville J Cooper, Green I Willson, Newberry! ^ 00 UU RO XA X.7~ Columbia July 19. Cottok.? A. fair and steady demand pro ailed f?>r cotton in our market yesterday, at ery full price*. 304 bale* changed hands t price* varying from 7f to 0$ cent* exreinci Cojuaurox, July IS. Cotton.?fialee to-day of 700 bale* of coton, at 7f a Of cant*. Price* firm. New Yom, July 17. Corrox ? acthr*, at firm rata*. Fair Oreaoe ISfcmiddHng Oft middling'Mobile Of: niddling upland 8?. Coffee firm a* 10 ate; 101 for Rio. Flour advanced 19 a 96 oenu -OUio f7.60 a |S. Vfixed oora IS a 70. ^ ' m i iMaPAOw. Ml > I. i .'im*!*** ? ? ?< ?? > r MXrtHtKtK^At Qfftml, Bootoa G**4 & **** ******, Hin* J* R?T- Uo#*?, Jfc* ir- Jt?** * * ?**> a. <i. ?* f? F**scw V. Yijk, e( t|io fonoer pleoe. MAKHMft>?la the Bapt Ut chnrei^lo ,ftwai!ify' evening, the 18tl> i?.t.. >,y Rer. J. C. Formao, Mr. vr. O. Cook, of conntr, K. O, to Miu E oza SroKor, of Greenville, h. c. B#r they iu peee? and pletty Ure. ?j; fccfe ^her ? fault* o'eelank j Ami mar ho hare enough to give. And she ho Mc?*o<l?a Cook, Provision Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY TOR THE RXTEnrittSE, BY I. UW OQiAV UtBPUUT > ?> > to ?i?w11 inbiivnnn 1. Orekxviu.e, July 20tli, ISM. Baron, . 1 ? f>|Lard, 0 a 1? Bnttor, 12 a 13 LR?laMC?, Cuba, 8S IkMWU, 18 <1 20| N. O. 40 Coffee,. is a 14,Knit, per sack. #2 8r Corn, 76.Rice, 6 ? 7 Fmthcrs, 83 IMU," . r 7 ? 1? Floor, 6^ a ttlwfcent, ?i a ti.is Clone, is brinijiiijc 60 a 85; IVailfi, 6 ? 7 3D&BPS!&S3iO;g'Y8'lil! MR. L A F A R , HAVING just r*<*h ?d from Charleston, a fine assortment of KANOt CASES, MKDA1l.RlNS, BROACHES, Ac., h? would rcpcctfulh invite tlic citizens of Greenville nnd it? vicinity, to call and examine for themselves. Tie may 1?? found at McBkk's Hull, l'lenso call and examine specimen*. Inst ructions piven in the art. July 21. 1861. li> tf Executive Department. CLARENDON", July 3, 1851. IAM directed by his Excellency, the Governor, to state, that in cotiscquonce of his illness tho business of the Executive Office has necessarily accumulated ; hut upon his restoration to i health it will be promptly despatched. beauEort t. watt*. Private Secretary. DcBow'a Review. ADAPTED primarily to the Southern and Western Status of the Union. Including statistics of Foreign and Domestic Industry and 1 Enterprise. Published Monthly in New Orleans, at ?fi per annum in advance. A few complete ects of the work, thirty volumes bonKd handsomely (000 to 080 panes.) are for tale ?t the office, New Orleans, deliverable in anv of the large cities or towns. Publication office, Merchant*' Exchange, (over post-office.) New-Orleans. Postage two cents per number if pre-paid quarterly. Jiil-?lOj | ATMocfc^ SUROSOW DEWTD8T, i Creettvlllf, S. C. TS PREPARED for all operations on TEETH. 1 I X and particularly Ft LI. SETTS of Teeth, ' made after the most improved plan. Entire sat- J infliction given before paid for. Those jicrsons \ about Greenville C. II., who 1 occasionally hear t of saying that I do not pretend to set Teeth on J! Plate', or make Full Setts, will please discontinue, j or I will offer them an opportunity for establish- j * i?g their assertion if they can. June 22, 1864. 6 tf j 1 WADDY IIOMPSON.1 fwM. V. KAS IT- i" 1 - I \ Tnompson & Easley, I, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I OKEEN VILLE U. H., 8. <J. June 2S. 1854. ? ? JOHN "77. O-P.ADY, dealer ik ewAipJiua Assm 5*Aasr?7? Rcady-lVfadc Clothing', HATH CAPS A DON NETS, BOOTS A SHOES, ' mawb^ARK & oOTLrmv, Drugs and Dye-8tuffs, Cireciiehj, filqsstoqirc, Groceries, See. J OWOAITE TIIE COCRT- OVAK, OX MAI -STREET. j, ty All description of Produce taken in exoknnge for Goods at the market price. Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other produce in- j transitu, for Market. Greenville, June 2, 1854. 3 tf The Wool Cards. At McDF.E'S MILLS ww Greenville C. II.. j have just l?ccu fitted up iu the be*t mauner, I for making BOLLS. I Bring your Wool in nice fit, and you will got r good Rolls. July 14 9 t?l I Milk Cow Wanted. ANY person having afrnt rate Mills Cow to 0 aell can find a purchaser l?y applying at this Office. None but n good Cow wanted. >: July 7 ? tf Livery Stable. THE ?nbacril>er? arc supplied with a number of COMFORTABLE HACKS, CARlil- t . AGES AND BUGGIES, with gentle well-broke j HORHB^ and careful and competent DRIVERS, ' and will convey Travellers or hire their Vehicles ; on Reasonable Terms. Their Ouillil>tl<4 will 1 always be found at the Depot, on the Arrival of ? the Cars, and will convoy Passengers to nny part of town or fr sn any part of town for 3ft conte. j 11 Travelers will do well to make no nrraugeiucnte i until they reach Greenville. KUTLEDGE ? ARCHER. , 2 June 89. 7 Cm | Tike lloikic Journal. LX consequence of the groat and continually in- \ creasing demand for this elegantly printed r and widely eircv.letcd, and duiyorsHTlv popular Family Newspaper, we have been unable' to fur- r nish the hack numbers only tb ft eery limited t extent This disappointment wH7 im future be < avoided. Besides the original1prod notion of the ? 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Adcfceee. , * , [; .*w . ?y ifSt * * V -* dft, , * ik ?Mena 1Tayler?'(M ? yo*<IW?lo ;.fo*C% Collector at the cnaulug election. r#8 ^ arc sothorirc^ to 8!!?sow?* ^tWPiukuey 13n4., a CnndkHte ?n* iJi. t?-U-?.i*. v. it- ;- ?- " Uk IUC gumiipg L10CUOD, . , June 2. ^jv, i^f?j 8 . ?!? I#tVjJ**T ?-??- ?.... ??.if<?> y**,71'***" 1,1 daguerrean gallery. - w? r* sllrws HAS RI FIlTRB nml yu? i? eottjpjete i order* the UiMiiua formerly occupied by A. ft U>? asd as liook Hunkr; nod DAOVMtlttlAdF ?a-swl ar ^.J3r vjK&fe* , mil respectfully announces to the titiztni m iraenrillc nnd vicinity, that lie is now prepared o execute Likncsscs In hrudeoino style nud Amen. Jkeuesses retaken, and placed In 'Medallion orib inv other style of.cnse. Children's pictures .< n in a very few minutes with accuracy. Crecnrilh", June f, 1861. * " If Great Economy in Time ft Labor. PRE M*ftU M URN. TIIf SCBSCKntoi fcspcctfr.Ily inf6Wrui ids Jl friends sn?J the public generally (hut ho :ias purchased the right to Mnnufscture the abdvo 'hurn, and is bow prepared to execute nil order* or the same. Its simplicity is such ns to be uulerstnod by every inbeliigent child, and its cor,tructiou it on truly find strictly j hiiosnf iiicai Hwinciples, nnd produces tiie desired result in an almost incredible ehnrt fbhA. The superior qunlitie?of this Churn are ns fol:ows: First, the quick niul easy process of ftiflking hutter when sittingin n chair. Secondly, Jn itcrtouiing the difficulty ? hieh produces n swelling to overflowj nnd. Thirdly, the gathering nrocetw, in separating the butter from the mill:, ind ptepArliis for salting, Persons wishing a Jhnrn can find them nt the subscriber's work-shop, near the corner of Main and Uancombc streets. J. 11. MERRILL. Greenville, June P, 1851. 4 tf DOCTOR YOURSELF. The Pockci iEsculapius; OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN rilYSICIANj Ori^UE FIFTIETH EDITipy, with Ono X Hundred Engravings, showing T)i?eivse* nnd Malformations of the Human System in every t-hupc and form. To Which is added .1 Treatise o.i tlie ltisenses of Female?, being of the highest importance to married people, or Shore contemplating marriage. Ity \\ ilkam Yorxo, M. I >. Lot no father he ashamed t<? preariit a cony of .he jUHCUPAPIUS to his child. It may save Kim from an early grave. Let no 3*oung man ot' woman enter into tho secret obligations of tnar'iago without reading the POCK KPst'&C'U'LAPIUS. Lot no one suffering from n hncknied oiigh. 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