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Mr. Calhoun cautions his fellow citizens tonsil 4
and determine first whether that territory is to lie 1 * - the scene of political jtjptico or the spoil of sec- i tional rapacity, before *lliey irrevocably pledge 1 l(|? their means for the establishment of a communiv cation with it. It is indeed a new doctrine, worthy of the political philosophers w ho rul* in Wash- j ington, that men are<disunionists because they de* cline to subscribe1 to a Railroad from which they expect no advantages. ' So gross is tho violence done totlie moaning of words in the conclusion t drawq by the Republic, that it admits of bat one | interpretatlSb Tina particular letter*?f Mr. Cal- t honn is assailed, because it is tho only tiling that i ho has wrilUm*inco thu Administration waa \o- i stalled; and no time was to bo lost denountitng as I I- .an enemy, a Statetrnlh conspicuous ftmon? tTio ? champions of the South, and thus in tho most i msrkod manner repudiating all sympathy in her j \ . t From the Now York Sunday Timo?. Lute from Cullforiii *. ' The long hiatus in the ciurcspondcnce of our special ?nd exclusive cpisiolaforj agent in Cnliroruia, led us to fear that he had been lynched or Imd died suddenly of soma other disease common to newly settled countries; but we were pleasantly disappointed last week by the reception 'of thefollowing letter, under his own hand and seal.? We had some difficulty in decyphering the orig'-' nal, which appears to liavo been written with tobacco juice ; and had it not been for the gold dust used by .the writer, instead of comrobrt'snhJV'dhd" which in some measure illuminates the dingy manuscript, the communication would liavo bm>n whal?' ly illegible, it will bo seen that the statements of our correspondent, upon whom the most implicit reliance may be placed, more than confirm the most favorable accounts heretofore received : Vali.ky or TnkflX'caaakf^b, May 20, 1049. Eddyturs of the Sunday Times: When I wrote . before, spades was trumps?now it's dimunds.? These preshus stuns is found in brilyant perfusion on the brow of the Sarah Novady, and several as i large asfenix eggs has been seen in a mounting of gold, diskivcrcd last week, near the Sam Joking; and when the snow melts it is supposed that many I of the first water will come down with the cur- | rent. Seed dimunds is romarknhul plenty, but t \ law has been made agin gathcrin 'em. because it | spoils the futcr crop. None is aloud to bo gath- j ?red under the 6ise of a piece of chaulk. Km- < rulds abounds, but nolody is green enough to pick < *em up when they can jgrtdbnunda. Otherjooils 1 is a drug. Beyatid the pfafhfi, ou what tliey cull | a plato of the mountings, bushels of little pieces ( <of silverbus been id eg, op, vyhich is very enlivenvent for small change; A stream runnin' into leather llivo"; and partlkarly rich in golJ, has recently been diskivercd hy a German kumpony, | end they havn skewered the joint onership hy , threatening to knife any one they catch poaching , en their fork. In honor of some outlandish Dutch water privilege, they call it the River Rliine-o.?* Sorao of tho xploring 'sociaiions which has gone far into the inlereyur, sends word that tho sile there is all got J, sot with robees, but nobody doves these out-lying parlies. Tho depth of tho odoriferous sands on tho Sacryfcento is forty-eight feet eleven inches and three 'quarters. Wherever \\ro fiiij traces of gold, we sink shafts and draw it up with horses. Thn land is so tsrnat'.an heavy it puts tho musstangs to thei fnet&l, 1 fell you; hut there's no help for 'etn? they must hang oil with alt their might and maner or down thoy go, and then it's all up with 'cm, *Me?so quantities of gold, at tho very least, has been sent to St. Francisco lor s >nio time back, nd ? fust ao vt gi* 5n '.i' ?< turned to igholS.?? Thieves csnnot ogtist at tho diggins?being hung on tho slightest suspishun. Grub is moderate 5 flooid* of*, s spiritus natur very dear. All kinds of salt provisions is soltT for a song ; the tavern keepers 'most givin 'em away iaordur to promote thirst. Salt pork is five dollars a hogshead, and brandy ten dollars a half pint. Ilows'ever, as gold is plenty, every Jack has.his gill. This poots me in mind of tho news hy the stoamor Guliforny, that a shipload of young wimtnin was e-cumming out on a marrying speckolaahnn, with one Mrs. Furnham as shoopercargo.? V/e look for the same anxshusly. What is gold ; what ia i?reah:ia atuna u-lilwini ' W , ? but vanity and vcxaahun of spirit. Solomon says ?I read it *tothor day on a page of proverbs 1 was a-goin to uso for waddin?Solomon says, a wurtslius '(toman is moro presltus than roohies, and in a kuntry without a pettycoat one feels the force of the remark. When a innn lias weolUi he wants hares to it to ; and in course, no wives, no hares. V Vtuldn't semi me nut one, could yout 1 mean tf V* not a hare. If she's sum pitted with tl?? small pox even, I woodn't care. Till? ortiinariest goods is valuable when there's none in the market. There's dossensl wood n't a looked at in the States, that 'ud now he thankfully received, and no questions axed. You can say, and trulv, that I'm worth more than my weight in gold, for I've got a quarter of a tun of it in store at St. Francisco, besides a sprinkling of dimuuds. We have a sort of make-shift government here (no atlushun to tho parygraflf above,) got up extrumperry as one may say, that ansurs purty wel for a new kuntry. Gen. Smith ain't nobody. He's a clever chap, and & spunky, no dout o' that; hut he haint got no more authority than a child in arms, if there was such a thing in the settlemunt. He ishoos general orders and nroclamashuns and such truck, and the people read 'om, perlite literatnpr bein scarce ; hut when they've read 'em, they larf and shot one eye and go and du jest as they d?n please. It's alius so in nu kuntries. . AgeieulterHn^Culifdrny is purty much left to natur. It sticks in folks' crop to bo soeing corn when they can dig gold, and so they all go to the placers to mike hay while the aun shines. This is the monster deposit bank of the unervarsal world, and we're all casheres and directors. Bring | yer taters here if you want'em dug. we can't take < the trubble to raise 'cm. The only wegetable we < cultyvate is the root of all evil, and if you'll send us the firutcs of the airth, you can have that in exchange. The rainy season bein over, the yreather is settled. 1 bleeve the heal hasn't been below 99 for ? week, which, with had rum, has proved fatal to ,, _ - i i-t * ? win- tuiiiiiiiioeiiuns. immigrants or a!I kinds and kunfries keep* pourin in by liinJ and by water, and tbe populashun i? very promiscuous. Wo I Mericana keeps (iio upper hand of the furriuers ^ o far, but it takes considerable powder and ball. Colt's pills is very Una for mutiny. Tlio botllc .] causes a good many musses, bat the larrel stops 'em. I shall probably ship my pile by the Cufimforny, neat trip) and if I escape the Cholera, the injuria, and the yallsr fever, going through Mexi- > co, you may 'spcct to sec mo before very long, and perhaps sooner. Yours, tec., i A Disbanded Voi.untk.kr. 1 I 1 1 ^ Memphis Rau.koad Convention.?In conse- jj rpience of tho prevalence of Cholera on the Wea- ? tern Rivers, the Convention advertised to bo hold " on the 4th of July at Memphis, to promote the con- ' atructiou of a Railroad from thut city to the I'acif- r ic, has lieen postponed to the 15th of Oetolier.? c Tins is a judicious change, and \vc doubt not will ticrcaav the attendance. To riik Editors and Publishers or tbs LJnitkd States.?M. Vaitomaro wishes to place n llie " American Library/' which is now being brrtietl in tlio City Hall, at Paris, 'A COLLECTION OF AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS. J' rUttlTID TO TBI CITT or SARIS. ^ Bjr Iho Journalists sf the United Stales. \ jvlt 4th, 1649." " a He will thank all editors-stqf publishers to send * o tlio " Boston Daily Bee" (the editor of which 1 las undertaken to form the collection) a copy of * heir paper published on the Fourth of July, 1649, vi^h. a copy of "bach semi-wcekiy and weekly , .vhhjhthey rttny issue do ring The weeK*tn Ju? ^ y,* ^Papers published in other American nations, t| ml old or rare newspapers will also be thanklully B. ? a i * * v^uivou. iicKnowiedgmonts will bo made thro' ' ho Bee of all donations received. j, Cdilors will please " copy " the al?ovo notice, e tnd bear it in mind on Independence Day. An ArPECTtNB Incident.?It is long since a " uneral in New Orleans has occasioned more sin:ero sympathy than did that of the lamented Gaines in Thursday. Many a heart felt the pangi of e ;rief, and bled with unaffected sorrow, all uninown to the outward world?unnoticed by tho A ?"ulgar gaze ! An incident of an affecting charac- *' tr occurred while the body waa being taken to ha lake, going to demonstrate that, under the j1 ough exterior, the fineat feelings of our nature lie 1 :oncealed. When the coffin, with its sable drape- u y, was placed on one of the cars, ao old man ap- ? iroachod it, and laying his haryl upon it, exclaimed, with much emotion : " Farewell, old friend ! G I was with you at Fort Erie.l" .and* turning syraxa ivepilike a child. This example was followed by a >ne who wore the habiliments of KnmKIn l!f? ? Lnying Iti* brawny band upon the coffin, he, too, ivith feeling said : " Farewell, old friend !" while .he tears of grief run down his sun-burned cheek. _ Who can tell what these hearts felt 1?N. Orleans ^ Picayune. cifcn. Scott, at the capture of the city of Mex- a ico, seized and brought home some five thousand 1 volumes of historical works in the archives of J Mexico, all in the Spanish language. Some of ' those are three hundred years old, and contain a [ perfect history of that country from its origin.? i It is the intention of this Government to extract ' from this library , all that may be necessary in form- ' itig a complete history of the possessions which a we have acquirod by the treaty to be retained in our r iwn archives, and the books will then bo sent back 10 Mexico. The right to bring the books away is ! perhaps undoubted, but it evinces liberality in this t Ciovertluieut to return them.?jV. Y. Tribune. i ' M ? Supposed Femai.e Member or Pari.iament* 1 A. person was recently buried some few miles from Edinburgh, under very singular circumstances. The death and attendant ceremonies were duly chronicled at the time in our paper. The individual had sat for some time as s member of Parliament for an English burgh, and was well known as a highly respectable landed gentleman. Now, it would appoar, in consequence of certain ' disputes amongst the heirs at law, that the title of ; the party to the male character is doubted, and that, notwithstanding the difficulties connected ' with Uio peculiar kind of interment clioaen by the 1 deceased, lite body is to be disir-terred, in order to , prove the sex of lite defunct M. P. \ ? w . I A report Has reached this place, that the Oaages * and Caniauchca are goingto join, together to inter* , ccpt, attack, and rob the Fayeileviue mining com- i pnny that lately rendezvoused at tli?*'' ijld )|W OOUI I?n 4batr wi s lid, that Mr. Charlea Cod jey *01* has gone on to overtake the Company, to give them information of the intentions of the said In* 1 dians. We shall feH considerable solicitude until wc hear further on the subject.?Chrrdkce Advocate, May 14. I. O. O. F.?This beneficent Order shines ou' in conspicuous and beautiful hues, amid the devas" tat ions of distress and affliction. The papers o* Cincinnati and New Orleans pay a deserved tribute of praiso to the benevolent Order of Odd Fellows in those cities during the prevalence there of 1 the Cholera. Strangers dying without any friends . have been cared for by the Odd Fellows, and the bed of the sick is provided with medical attend- ( mice and nurses, when it woulJ otherwise be destitute.?Carolinian. Hon. John Young, the Assistant Treasurer* was iwdrMi) M Sub-Treasurer at New York, on Tuesday, having given the requisite securities. The amount of trie bonds required by Government is 3400,000. j a. ?r __ -I i t* a cumr&ci iut me supestruciure on tne nrsi division of the Charlotte and South Carolina Itailroad, has been let to Messrs. W. S. & L. Pelser, | at $360 per mile. OBITUARY. ... . j DIED, < On tlie Sfid nf this inst., at Biviugsville, Mrs. Susa.v 0. Thomas, iu the 23d year of her age. She professed the 1 religion of lesus Christ eleven years before her death, and attached herself to the M. K. Church. Though ahe was very young, when ahe acknowledged her8avh>ur, her con- I solution iit believing was uniform, ami raised her above the common amusements of her equals in age. As she in* ' creased in years, her example as a Christian Increased in brightness | and, notwithstanding she suffered under decl mug health for severafmoetks previous to her departure horn earth, it was hed chief Joy, whenever ahe was able, to attend the sanctuary of her (iod i Her laat illness was short, but accompanied with the tn?st acute sufferings t through it she passed meekly, and without a murmur, upborne by her faith iu Christ. She Iiuh loft an affectionate husband and little daughter, n fond mother and brother to mourn their great?their irreparable loss. To them, to the commuuitv is her memory precious. < sad will continue to be cherished by them with loudness c ind affection. Her debt ia paid, tlie loved one now ia gone, No mure to autfor in Uiia life of storm, Midst roalma of bliaa, beneath God'a holy my,_ 1 She sees in Chrial, the life, the truth, the way. Weep not, then friends, but be prepared to meet Her. whom you loved, at the Redeemer's foot ( Look to yourse/vet, \er an (Tor tugs all are o'er, And you shall meet her, when you'll pelt no utorc. Bivingsville, June 24, 1849. In Columbia, in the Asylum, on the 12th inat., tho Rev. Dr. Adams, of Omniums. He waa long a resident of thia n District. mm u n_ j1 . ?i ljjji | Mm 1 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. . SPARTAN B1 H.i DISTRICT. li ' ti ; in "Hit court or ordinary. 'I Samuel Seay Applicant, 1 j vs. S ] Matthew Seat/ and others, Defendant*. ) n [n matter* of Real K*tate of Reuben Seay, ?r , dec'd., r [T appearing to my *ati*factiou that Henikiah Seay, Reu| bon Seay, Jr., Sterling MnckweH and Lacy hi* wifc, lob it Taylor and 8arah hi* wife, hoir* at Law of the *aid leo'd.. leaide* without the limjjaof State. It ia therefore rdered that tliey do appear at the Court of Ordinary for aid District, to l>e held at Spartanburg Court House on ho 10th day of Septeudter ne*t, and object to the sale or livisi..nof the Heal K*tale of lite an id Reuben Seay. neii'r, ' lec.'d., or their cement to the wm? will be entered of re- . old. 11. ROW PEN, o. *. n. " Tuiio CS. lit NOTICE ' W TO ALL WIIOM-lKllAV I'ONCKRN. Th% andomigued would uspccibuly request all who nay badue bim ou tbe cord of I'riutiig or Advertising,-, o settle either l>jr note or Cult forthwith; as, having dis?osed of tbe 1'reaa, aud relirtil from its conduct, both as alitor, Publisher aud I'roprnkor, it becomes him to make vailable all that ia justly die bint at any early jieriod. cee for SuliciiptioD, Advoraaiug nud Job-work whether hrough tbe oflioers of ify JutyAarnffiaawisii must be etded widioutMuy. fS'j^ COTT^LL. big place in tl?o which lend'vMiiiugHtc liose sufferings, life wool I alatbat a sib to be a blessing. That class of our uiliaeaa whu are suHi*rin? w?.v lacks, Rheumatism, fltint.it,, should tan* no lime in ma* ing use of the celebrated MJ*w I)?vid's, ok Hkbrkw 'Ltster," which is literally sweeping that clam of disuses iroin the land. Hee advertisement 8old by CAMPBELL 4. 8KAY. June ! | lm. OCf'Tlie friends of WM. H. AhAPMAN, eg leave to announce bitu a candidate fot Sheriff, at the uauitig electiou. I We are authorized to ontDunce Gen. l. C. BOMAR, a oaudidute for Hilar iff it the eusuiug lection. GO=?Tije friends of W. H* V ilbnnks anounce liiui as a candidate fur Sheriff at th ensuing elec ?n, gyrhe friends of J. ltUFl/S POOLE, noouuee him as a candidate fair Sheriff of Spartanburg listriqt, at tin next election. I fee' We are authorized to anfeonnee Col. i W. H. I.EGO a candidate JfcrjSheriff ?l tho snSuini) ^- ' -*;**. r .STATE OF SOU^HPAROLINA. 8PARTANddR? DISTRICT. ? In the Court of Ordinary. John Yarboruugh Applicant ?<. 4obu and Avry Newman nd others Defeimauts. WHKRKAH thrive hag been (JopOlited in the Ordinary'* Office of mM District, aynpet purporting to Im the ?st Will and Testament of Bqitoen ^ewtnan, doe'd?- and rbereas John Yarborough, Kfq.. but tiled his petition in aid Office, requiring the sainet to be proved in due form of .?\v, nnd it having been shown to Iny satisfaction that oho Newman,. Avry Newmni, Reuben Newman, P. D. ewinati, aud the heir* at Lawjof James Newuinu dscs'd. tnd the heirs at Law of Elizabeth Seoton dee'd , to wit; Jrucilln Wells, the wife of ?A? Well*, Mary Wells, the aife of Wells, Andrew flowers and Elizabeth bis wife, and also the heirs of Auqin New map, dee'd., to wit: leuhen Newman, Dinclctinn FcWthsn, Malissa, the wife >f Dankliamr Ka liael Newman, and Henry Williamon and Catharine bis wife, hojrp at Law of the aaid dee'd' eside without the limits of lh|* Stale. It is t)i ore tore ordered and d&re6d that they do apnear it the Court of Ordinary for eaid'Distriet; to he Jieltt at Ipsrt&uburg.Court House oivihe VUi dsqref 8e^ tuttt. o allow oauatt, if any they Will dwuld tot be proved in dne form oTnnvr, anil entered of (We^d, ir their couseut to the same will be taken pro eon fosso as o tliem. .jt Given tinder my haud and seal, . R. BpWDEN, o. s. ?. | June 28 2* \ 12t. SHERIFF'S SALE, I'OK JULY, 1M9. 300 Acres of land, more or leas, wfercon II. J. Rowauduow lives, adjoining lauds of John Clements and others si'd as the property of H. J. Rowland at the suit of Danel White. Thomas Ilmwii'a ~ 1 1?J * * one Iiiimicu acres Ol I,nn<I, whnreon James Drown lived at the time of his decease; told at the suit of Alfred Tolleson. One Honse end Lot adjoining Mrs. Camp and others?alio 500 Acres of Land whereon J. Gauit fbrtorriy lived, and vhereon Mr. T. W. Wells, more recently lived?said House aud Lot and tract of Land will be abld on a credit if twelve months, without interest?the putehaaera giving totes vyith uj)|)ii,vi-il seciirity Tim property's valvable, I lot pf hogs, 1 trunk, t aide board, I forgettable,'l small able, and 1 workstand sold as the property of J. D. Litllejohn at lite suit of L. i'. Wolf aud others. 11. c. l'OOLE, s. a. D. Sheriff's office. ) June 21, 1849. J 16 tds. UOAC1I AND WAGON MAKING. NOLLY & FOWLER, Greenville Street, OPPOSITE THE BAPTIST CIIUUCII, Spartanburg C. H., S. C., January Isf, 1849 FAS. N. NOLLY. JAS. A. FOWLER We will do bincksmiihing on ns good Lerus as usual for barter, to suit custodiers. N. & F. Jsn 16. SI tf. FISHER Bb AG NEW. AT THK fflOft O0tL THl?; AN COLUMBIA, BLWST DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AND DEALERS AMERICAN HARDWARE, Carriage* Hardware, Iron, Steel, Mill Irons, Bolting Cloths, Ac. Al.!tU, UtALtUI) H Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Va-nishes, Tubs, Brushes, Brooms, Churns, Sugars, Coffee Salt, Molasses, md Groceries generally. 1 BTA general assortment of WRSES, BRANDY, &c.. always ou halid. Apiil 17. 1C ly DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Paints, Oils, Dyestaffojilfis Ware, PATENT MEDlCJSliSr 3EOARS. CONFECTIOXARIE8,\PERFUHER T, For Sale by the Subee fiber a( BIV1NQS&CLKVKLAND' 80LDSTASD. ALL of which will he sold ns low or lower tlun the s?une articles can be bought elsewhere in ho np :onniry. He earnestly requests i'liysieimia, couutr Mei?Imnts nn<l the public generally to call n?d exainuo bis took nnd prices before purchasing elsewhere. [)0=* All orders from ? distance wit be >ronipily attended to. O. P. POSTEt. Spartanburg May 23. 17 tf. com \flSSTorvcR'sj iv/vn7iT~ ? PWS A1\ZX1VU? David Thompson, "\ m. j In F^iaity, Spartanturg. Susan Willi* Aclm'r. > Bill for fniuuctiui nil Jacob McAbce Adm'r. I and Ilaliof. and others. J [T anpenriug to the sntisfaotinn of the Conrt that Coffin Millard and wile, Nancy, Win. Thotusntijfarliau Thomoii, Abraru Thomson, t.'eiia Tbomam^ IBimson. ieir# of Joliu Thomson: Joalnlt /TlW^'r, >U?hack. lall and wife I.ovina, heirs of Robert Itpnuson : Wm "homson ami Krnnky Thomson, alt reside from end witliout ho limits of this .State. It ia therefore urtfafM, ou dio ion of Bolm &. Kdwards, complainant's Solicitor*, that hey appear and plead answer or demur to the complain tit s hill within three months from die publication ot this ulii, or the same will lie taken p: . coi-fesm as to them. T.O. V. VI UMUN.e, t,? o. Com'r's. Office, ) May I, 184 . J 14 if. ? JTO T ice. FROM the mnny disiippointmcnis peigon* ?iave met with, l?v calling during my absence frtm home, I here>y give notice that I shall be at home, at JpHrtanhnrg, the irst week in every month : and any one dwirpns of aeenrng my professional services, will be cert.in to find ine at nth time. W 0. BENNI'TT, Snrjeon Dentist. May .10. SO l?tn I An 1 . Li JAMES V. TRIMMIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SPARTANBURG, C H., 8. C. Will ittoml the Courts of Union and Ureeoville, and will give prompt and faithful attention to all business committed to bia ere. OtUce in the Ordinary.'* Office. JAHES FARKOW, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SPARTANBURG COURT HOUSE, SOUTH CAROLINA orrtcr oris oats, tvivot akd clksvelakd. | SI i A t* Rl.^ sprTNG AND S(TMMETGOODS.^ TOLLESON & WTLSON ESPRCTKULLY inform] the citirrns of Sjwsrtanbarg | aim ns viciimy, mihi iiiey arc now receiving a bnu?Tnmn and complete stock of Hardware, Crockery, Boots, Shoes, Caps, Hats, Bonnets, &c.. all of the latest styles. ALSO, A large stock of Groceries, nt reduced prices. 50 sacks of Salt, very low by tlie sack. CCr'N. B.?AH persons having open debts with as, will please settle them l>v note or cash. TOLLESON & WILSON. Masrh 9th 8 tf. GREAT REDUCTION IN DRY- GOODS. The Subscriber* beg leave tn inform their Customers and the Public iu general, that they have this day, nth of June, received a LARGE 8TOCK OF DRY GOODS which have been purchased iu New York, late in the Business Season, which we can sell 25 per cent less thau the goods purchased early iu the season, I CONSISTING OF i r ancy Musliua Irom 13 1-3 cents a yd tip ; 1500 yds Black ami Faucy 1'riuU at prices beyond competition , Jaconet | Swiss Striped and 1'laid Muslins ; Brown and Bleached Shirting, extremely low; 8i1k Warp Mohair and Worsted Alpnccns, Black, Blue and Green Cloths; Black French and Fnncy ("as si uteres ; Fancy Silk ; Black 8atin and Fancy Mitraeiltes Vestings ; Block Slate and Mixed Hosiery ; Birds F.ye and Russia Diaper; 1000 yds Bivingsville Sheeting, Low by the niece ; Leghorn. Lace and Straw Bonnets : Panama, Leghorn and Palm leaf Hata; 60 lbs. Prime Carolina Indigo Madder ; Pepper, Ginger, Rice, &c. &c. Please coll and satisfy yourselves, we sell at very low prices. tollkson * wilson. Wanted to Pnrchaae, vm. >*&> market prices. Tollisox * WlLSOH. 6,000 Heart Pine Shingles, for sale by, Tollxsom * WfT.SOX. Juno 6th. 1849. BOLTING CLOTHS. FRENCH BURRS AND MACHINERY. Great Redaction In t>rleeo i OWING to the increased ami increasing demand for all tasSftk Is*! AIIDIM/1 Hit ICJ Subscriber* have greatly reduced their prices for Bolting Cloths and other articles in that line. And as their assortment is now very complete in nearly all ths departments of ^ .,?*.? ? GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Including the above named,- apd will b? kept up by fresh arrivals. They think they can main U RS&'-.Ju wCt, for which Market price will be givrtL P. & R. BRYCE. Columbia, 8. C., April 17. 19 13t. DRY GOODS IN CHARLESTON, FOR Fall Trade. THE Ruhsctiber rvspectfhlly solicits the attention of his friends and purchasers generally, to his Stock of GOODS FOR FALL SAI.FS. He has recently received ami opened 350 PACKAGES OP NEW GOODS, making the largest, most varied, and ELEGANT ASSORTMENT he has ever exposed ; consisting of every variety nf NEW AND RICH DRESS GOODS. SHAWLS, Visettes, Laces, Hosiery, Linen Goods, Cloths, Casimeres, Embroideries, Prints, Long Cloths, &c., dec. Hi* UnVHesTW rtruiotJ nooMa ? ? .--.--i ?1? stocked with a great variety of Fabrics adapted to Negro wear, such as KKRSF.YS, 8AT1NKT8, Plains, Jeaas, Stripes, Cotton and Linen Osuaburgs, Blankets. &c.,&c. He is also prepared to supply Plautere with the same style of GEORGIA PLAINS* hslsw ??W AvUsi piut ina^mral)! Kiqr ya?Uy< OuinSles of these goods will be sent to any person who may esire them, and all orders ahull receive prompt attention. Planters and others visiting Charleston, will find it to their interest to examine this stock, as it will be found one of the most EXTENSIVE IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY; and ho is enablud to offer Goods at prices Well worthy the attention of purchasers. K. W BANCROFT, 253 King Street, Charleston, 8. C. Oct- 17 30 ly A RESCUE TO THE AFFLICTED! THS CEI.KllttATED A certain remedy for all fixed pains in the Side, Chest, Loins, Back, Bowels, Muscles, Rheumatism in all its varied forms, Nerrouv AlfWdonfc, Lungs, ami Liver Complaints, Spiual A flections. Femalo Weaknesses, etc. For Ilia above complaints this Plaster has uo k?ual. The groat celebrity which it has alreadv acquired, not only in the old, but in the new world ?the extraordinary cures it has performed in the most extreme cases of suffering, havo acquired for it such a reputation, that the iiroprietor has not?until recently?been able to supply half die demand. The sales throughout every city, town and villugein the United States, are without n parallel! A circumstance not surprising, when the vast amount of human suffering relieved oy its use Is considered, hi 8pnnl defects, the benefit usually is of the most decided character. la Norvoua Complaint*, nineteen cases nut of twenty readily yield to the pcuetrutiiig stimuli! combine* in this vanluble preparation. In Rheumatism, either in acute or chronic, the claim* of thj Hebrew Plaster have loug situ e been universally acknowledged. Those wtioare luhoriug under weak hacks, no matter from what cause the weakness may have origin ated?even if sticli persons have been misguided in previous applications?in the use of the Hebrew Piaster tliey will find the affected part suddenly restored to its original soundness. Asa supporter in cases of constitutional weakness h will he found ?t great advantage. It i# partieolm-ly reor> mended to Females who are suffering Troni sudden weakuqss, or general debility. In short, it embraces all the vlfaoes which the most scientific mind was capable of coui|H>uiidingfrotn valuable substances found ia the old world, and will be found entirely free from those ejections which sre a source of complaint with the numerous spread- plaster* now before the public. "These plasters possess the advantage of being put up in air tight boxes?hence they retain their full virtues in all climates. . Beware of Counterfeit* an&Jftanr Imitations. None genuine without the eugmvitig of Jew David on the wrapper around each box. Price 50 cents |>er box. Each box contains sufficient to spread six or eight plasters. Sold Wholesale ami Retail by Scovil AMrad, Cliartres Street, New Orleans, ( encrnl Agents for thu South and West. Sold at wholesale by A. Fitch, Columbia, 8. C.; llavv laud, Har-tll Ac Co.. Charleston ; J. Fbtfnut, Augnsta, fia.; resold by CAMl'REAI. A. 8KAY. Snartanhnrg, S CimiTw. ii. Watson, Oreeovills S. c. * t Nov. 7. 41 ^ Snl \ r ST ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, SPAMTANBVMO VBSTMIVT. ,** Kuai Moikiak, Applicant, V| i CUmtxtr* M mhttnt Mahtin Birrr, Adtn'r. ft other*, f Defendants. J ri (ppMrini to my satisfaction t>Mt Junes Pascal. Msr| tbn Pascal sod such other Defendants if any. bo heirs at Uw of the Kstat* of Rebecca hied, Di^dand also Wru. Arundel, Riciiard Arawl*), Joseph Daftaa ltd wife, Klixabeth Byron, John Arnndel ami John Adam* and wife, lieir* at Law, as tb? neat ol Kia, mid Pec'd. resides without the Limit* of this State! H ia therefore ordered, that thoy do aiipear at the Omrtlf Ordinary for said Dj*tnct. tob*) hdktol Sorts'drary not b< ma^e' and tire Adniiiiintrator ordered to psl^owr the assets of the same to such persons as I# eutitled la * them by Law. Given under my Hand and 8m!, R. BOW DEN, O. 8. D. Juno 14th, 1849. 12t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. SPARTANBURG DISTRICT. Sarah Jimmerson, Widow, Applicant, ) *? [ John Jimmerson If others, Defendants, J WHEREAS, tliere bus been deposited ia the Ordionrjr't Office of Mid District, neper purporting to be the Lent Will end Teeteraent of Beniuel Jimmerteti, Deo'd, end, Whereas Snreh Jimroerenn [Widow] hath filed her petition in said Offico, reauiriug the setne proved in due form of Lew, end it having been shown to my mtisfnction that John Jimraereon end the heirs of Nancy Roddy the wife of Alexander Roddy. Dee'd. (To Wit,Vthe heir* of John Roddy, Dec'd, Epbraiin Roddy, the beira of Alex* ander Roddy. Dec'd, Klias Roddy the heirs of James Roddy, Dec d. and Rose Miller the wife of Joint Miller, decreed that tlioy do appear in the Court of Ordinary for Mid District, to be holdeu at Spartanburgh Court House, on the 3rd day of September next, to show cntise, if dny, why the mid Will should not be proved in duo form of Law, or their consent to the same will bo entered ou record. Given under my Hand and Seal, R BOWDIN.O.8 I) June.5th 1849. 13 t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. SPARTANBURG DISTRICT. Sarah Jamison, widow, Applicant, Henry Jamison, and others, Applicants. WHEREAS those has been deposited in the Ordinary'* office of said District, a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of 8ainuel Jamison, dee'd, and whereas Sarah Jamison ( widow ) hatb Bled hscpetition in said office, requiriug the same proved in doe form of Law, and it having been shown to my satisfaction that John Jamison, on# of the heirs at Law of said deceased. f resides without tbe limits of this State, it is therefore or* tiered, and decreed that hs do an pear in the Cwtnt oP Ordinary Jbeaaul nUtrict- to l?1??? "1* lafiuurg on fna itn of Jane next, to show cause if any why the said Will should not be proved in due form of Law. or his consent to the same will be entered of Record. Given under my hand and seal, # 11 BOWDEN o. s. n. March 13 7 13w, . THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. SPARTANBURG DISTRICT. In the Court of Ordinary. M. C. Stacy and J. L. Pearson Applicants, os. John Quinn and wife and others. Defendants. IT appearing to my satisfaction that John Quinn and Nancy his wife, James Lock liart and Delila his wife, Bryant Lee and Amelia his wife, Elizabeth Stacy, Robert Stacy, Amos Stacy, Isom Stacy, and the heir* of George Stacy, deceased, defendants in this case, resides without lbs limits of this State, it is therefore ordered^and decreed that they do appear and object to the division or sale of the Real Estate of Robert Stacy, deceased, on or before the 6th day of August next, or their consent to tbe same will be entered of record. Given under my hand and seal, R. BOWDEN, o.s. o. ftmj 19 ie I2U. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 8FARTANBI7RO pliTRirr. in the Court of Equity. Joseph Nickolls, | BiU fur dioeovery, account, and c?. > relief from deeda Thoe. Wort and others. ) IT tnpoaring to my satiafaction that Walter Weat, or bia heirs at Law or legal representatives, John Weat, Elishe Weat, Elizabeth Howard, wife of Thoa. Howard, or their legalrepresentatives, Mrs. 8almona and George Salmons, her husband, or their heirs and legal representutivea reside from and beyond the limits of tnis State. It is therefore, oh motion of J. W. Tucker, ordered that their appear and plead answer or demur to the Complainant** Bill of complaint within three months from the publication of this rule, or the same will be taken pro cotifesao against them. T. 0. r. VERNON, c. a. a. n. Com'rs. Office. ) May 1, 1849 V H tT. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. . SPARTANBURG DISTRICT. In the Court of Ordinary. James Caswell and Z. Lanford Applicants, as. Fola Brown, Kuphama King and others Defendant. WHERE AH there lias been deposited in the Ordinary's office of said District, a paper purporting to be the the apjrticaut aforesaid, having filed their petition, requiring tba same to be proved in due form of Law, and it having l>eea shown to my satisfacdon that Euphama King and the lieir* ?r I.,,, n ja.'J .~:.i?. .L. II-I.. .? ? >.1W? MVV u , IVOIUV0 niiuinii HJO IIUIIIB Of (til# State! it ia therefore ordered aud decreed, that theydo anpear at the C.atrt of Ordioary for aaid District, to be held at Spartanburg Court House on the 30tli day of July neat, to mow cause if any. why the aaid will should not be proved in due form of law, nnd entered of record or tbeir eonaout to the same will be taken pro confesso aa to tbenu R. BOWDKN, o. a. n. May 8 15 ISt. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. SPARTANBURG DISTRICT. In the Court of Ordinary. John Thomaa and his wife applicants, > > Samuel Gutlirie and others defendant*. ) IT appearing to my satisfaction that Samuel Guthrie, Matthew Guthrie, Kdmond Guthrie, Ephrntn Guthrie, Joel Wood and Peggy his wife, John Dunaway and Tolly liia wife. J wines Fergus ou and Rebecca his wife, aud the heirs of Joa. Gathrie, audalsq the lisir??f Onihrie, deceased, hen a ami dlatribateea of' the estate of Fredrick Guthrie, deceased, (who died inteatate) resides with* (Hit the limits of this State. It is therefore ordered that they do appear and object to the saio or di? wiuu of ilw real estate of the said deceased, on or before the 0th day of July next, or their oouaeut to the same will be o a tared of record. Given uudvr my hand and seal. April 10 11-iat R. BOWDF.N, o. s. n. DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA!! The Very beet Preparation o' SartaparU'.a in the i*-srlu .' PRKl'ARKl) by it now process, known only to the proprietors, by which nil itn virtues are extracted?this not l>oiii? the case witli any other, accounts for the number of positive and almost Miraculous curks, tnsde in this city, while other preparations of sarsaiturilla make all their cures at a distance? m ark this ! We invite attention ; we call on all to sift, to exnniine, to visit our petieuts, and be come convinced of the truth of what we say ; what other Alterative thus challenges investigation T Nunc?Dr. CuN ten's is also the cheapest sarsnnarilla in the world. It is pure, concentrated, and unadulterated, Onx Bottlx goes further than thrfe or four of other preparations. It Use cured, raid will uere mmiw cases of Scrqffula, or Kimg'a Evil, Conrumption, 3 rone Aid$, Erytipelat, Obetinaia Curtaneout Eruption*. Itlotr Acs, Pile* King Worsts, an i Tetter, Scald. Head, Chronic Ulcere, Mercurial Dieeaae Rheumatiem, Neauralgia, Liner Complain/, Palpitation of the Heart, Dytpepeia Kir., than any other medicine ever discovered, and hence it is the best purifier of the niood over offered tn the public. Call nnd get a pamphlet ?a large pamphlet-?containing full account* of the different discuses which thin medicine cure*, take the cases da crilted, ami visit the patients, and you will find what wa say is true; positively true. tVe will also give the names of pnt'opt* rnrrd of tha most desperate forms of disease, ami the name* of Doetors, who in secret prescribe nnr medicine, cure their.patients. and Roa us of tlic credit of our discovery. Tim** who love truth and despise humhiio, call >iim1 examine the testimony, and evidence we are prejwrrd to give in favor of Da. Ccurs'i Ispias Vrortabi.r I'ikicu. sale hy Rowand St. Walton, Proprietors, No 51 Nortn Sixth Street Philadelphia, hy Morran A Woods Spartanburg. T\ M. Cohen. ( bsilcMon and dt uggwts generally. k Man h 20 9 , tf.