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EDGEFIELD C. H1.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1838.
You seem to be so fond of Shin-plasters
that I have concluded to send you 3 dollars
worth, for your Paper. I will try to get
you some more. I wish that all your sub
scribcrs ivould pay you in the same favorite
article- Nu Friend to Shin-plasters.
Well! We have no ol.jcCtion to all this,
and would rejoice if all who are indebted
to us, had the same horror of Shin-plasters
its the. writer of the above. Do your'best;
there's no backing out in us; pour in your
Plasters; we wish we had millions. There
is no justice however in the insinuation that
we prefer them to the old fashioned gold
und silver, as we arc pledged to give a pre
mium for the precious metals, when amount
-ing to as nuch as a dollar. However, it is
in vain to talk or write about "these things
of old," and pour out our tears of bitter and
unavailing regret, because the glory of the
country has departed. We can't helpi it,
and must take things as the times have
inade them. Shiu-plastcrs are the order
of the day; all Bank notes now can lay
claim to no moro honorable titje. The
question is, this sort of money,or no money
at all; and if the course of events, the exi
gences of the times should constitute Cockle
shells the circulating medium, as it is in
Angola and the adjacent country, we would
receive Cockle shells as money. In con
clusion. we say to " No Friend to Shin
plasters " that if he will trouble himself to
make collections for us, even in Shin-plas
ters, we will, with great pleasure, allow
hin a liberal compensation.
The attention of even the most cursory
reader must be arrested by the gloomy fore
bodings with which the speeches of our
great men abound. Though they unani
mnously agrce, that the position of our State
is perilous, 'hey all differ both as to her
disease and the remedy. One of her Physi
cians perceives most alarming symptoms of
,'Black Vomit," produced, lie thinks, by a
dose of "Abolition" which was given by
one of her sisters, either from ignorance or
. envy, and recommends "M ilit ary Powders"
;in large doses. Another, who is also high
in her confidence, has pronounned her mala
dy to have originated from a clerangetnent
of her " Financial Organs," and be pre
scribes "bub-Treasury Pills." Sh'e how
ever still continues to decline in spite of
these, among other Political Panaceas,
which have been administered. An old
family Physician however, we are informed,
has lately been called in, and after a long
and careful examination, has pronounced
the patient to be laboring uder a severe
* 'determination of poverty to the'head' and a
-general debility of the system from "loss of
popu lation." We understand moveover,
that he has prescribed "Rail Roads," in
broken doses. But to drop the figure, 1 be
lieve that South Carolina has more to rap
parehend fronm that vast tide of emigratiotn
which is continually flowing out and bearing
(on its bosom the industry, youth, wealth and
intelligence of our State, than fromt a horde
-of Northcrn fanaties, who might break over
our barriers to diesolate our land. She can
not much longer maintain that proud pre
eminence wvhieb she has so conspicuously
occupiedl, unless sonme check can lhe placedl
on this spirit of emigratiotn which is already
so widlely anid rninously diffused among all
classes of her pecople. Let us first emquire,
what is it that has severed those bonds of am
tachment with which we should be botund
to the place of our birth. Is it that we who
have so long and so loudly boasted of our
patriotism are the only people who arc (lead
to its generous impulses ? No! Nothing
save the imperious commiands of sterii ne
cessity could ever dIrive the loyal and loving
sons of South Carolina ftomi hter bosom.
" Ultimumn e ma.rimuam telum, naecessitas."
What iniduceament do our bare hills and bar
..ren vallies offer to the eniterp)rising plantter?
Coutnterbalanco, however, the advantages
which tho Weosterni States present from their
freshness and fertility of soil, by the faciltics
of transportat ion whicht must result from thme
construtction of R ail Roads and Canals, atnd
ore long, we will see thtat wvealth again
rflowing back into the bosom of our State,
-- wvhich has beeni retmoved by those who, un
dler our presentt circumstances, have been
forced to emigrate. Should the great Charles
.ton atnd Cincinnatti Rail Road be ever fin
ished and the vast current of Western !rade
h~e directed fromn New York atnd New Or
Jeans into this new channel, what may we
niot anticipate? Withm the whole West tribu
tary to her, South Carolina can then mnake
herself by her wealth and her power, as well
as by her taletnt. What except the im
Smetnso treasures which her comnierce placed
at her commuand enabled Carthage to rival
11 onto 1 Money is power. We know not
at what motment it may be tnecessary to se
cedeo fromt thme Union, and for that event
ought to mauko preparation. Suppose the
time had arrived-is not money absolutely
necessary for the support of an army?
Where is our Naivy? WVe have no ships .0'
tany descri'ption whatever! Make us a conm
mnercial people & aut any titme can our Mier
thant tun be armed;
TI6rais yet ntidth'er, and, i possfile
still more weighty consideration. Talent
alone has elevated South Carolina above
her sisters, iand talent only can enable her
to maintain her present truly enviable po
sition. Among the many vast advantages,
which must accrue from a system of inter
nal improvements, may be mentioned the
creation of (among us) a new profession
that of Civil Engineering. Tihe benefit
arising from this can be easily u.sderstood
when we reflect that at present, those young
men who are dependent on their own ex
ertions for a support.-are almost forced (if
they levote themselves to either science or
literature) to leave the State or starve.
Opeu this field of action.and by al'ording an
louorable~aud lucrative occupation at home,
you at once remove the necessity. & ensure
their services. Thus will we reap the full
advantages of our College, and accomplish
what was intended by its institution-the
dillusion of intelligence throughout tie State
by sending and scetling annually among tihe
people, educated young men-graduates of
the College. Knowing the importance of
education, South Carolina has, with charac
teristic munificence, made the most liberal
appropriations for its advancement & so far
as tihe success of the College is to be consid
cred,the brightest anticipations of the must
sanguine have been more than reallized.
And yet looking through the vista of years
what a cheerless prospect lies before us.
When we would turn our eyes with pride
upon qur college, the melancholy reflection
obtrudes itself upon our ninds-alint we are
but educating there, young men for other,
and perhaps rival states- that its very
strength may be our ruin-that we are e
reefing a tower, and whilst viewing it with
lexultation and rejoicmig in its lofliness, it
will crumble and crush is. Tell mie then
to what purpose South Carolina could'
more wisely or more advantageonsly ap
propriate her funids, thai to Interunal In.
provement. And with these facts before
them, will the People object to tie State's
loaning the Rail Road Conpany (not her
?money but her credit ? Have none of them
a thought-a wish-even a straggling imi
agination which is capable of wandering
beyond the circuit of a day ? If some
enrb is not placed on this wild and un
tural spirit of emigration, what a gloomy
and dibconsolate hue is cast, in the minds
of the rellecting on that future which
shn ounld be gilded by the bright beamts of
hope and expectation. Should South Car
olina thus continue to banish from her ho
somu those soans of hers who have not been
blessed with tine goods of fortune, even we
mny live to ie.th e day when s me neet
ed, though preenus jewel-ex-racted rrom
her soil and polished by her hands may
deck tie brow of a rival sister and blaze
with a brilliancy so cillilgent, as to bliud
the beholders to all her fiormer glories.
F'romathe Hufaiflo C]ommenrcial Adrh,
FatIA Monstso, Jn, 5.
VWm. Lyon MIackennzic :arrived in tihe city
last evn-minig and put tup at tine American
lionel. He came it is saidi, to providle an
asylum i for his wife, whio hans hitherto re
funsed no leave hnima. While hetre, or oin is
way uip, Ihe was uarrested by thne U, States
Marshal, on the charge of raising an armied
force ina this State, for the invasion of an
country withn which we are atpec.
Messrs. Tr. T. Sherwood, R, S Brown aind
P. D~orshecimecr, prmphtly offered to become
his banil, whnicha was acceptedn tand hec was
liberuated. Thue amounat of the bail bond
Uponi thnese circumastunces being knaown,
a large crowd collected, wino venited their
enthumsiansmi by giving repented shouts for
Mackenazie. Somne evil maindedl persons set
a rumiotur afloat thnat Jumes L. Ilartons, Esqj.
had enstered the comaplaimnt, and procuredI
mtne arrest. Thiereupon Mr. Barton, who
was very coolly hnsiking out of thne window,
was greeted with sudry groanis. More
cheers beinig demanded fonr Mackenzie, an
old Dumtchmnana missed, lIe wvas handled
over nthe hneads of the crowd for somec dis
D~r. Foote andt thne Commercial were thnen
comnplimeanted withn a repectitiomn oftho honors
awsvartded to Mr Barton,for which we cianmnot
heel sufliciently gratefunl.
Gen. llurt also received te honors.
Mr. Tillianghnast attennpted to spbak in
favor of Mr. Biarmoan, but cotuld not get a
Mr. Maickenszie beinig called upoin, Geo.
P. Banker, Esq. miade a short speechn, as
smirinig the crowd of Mr. M.'s safety, and
tht hec would bipermnitted to return to Na
The maeetinag then dissolved.
We have beemn showyn, says iheo Aungusta
Chnronicle and Semntinel of yesterday maorn
inlg a printed letter, a copy of wvhich was
received by the _Post Master of this city,
contammig a progect for eonveyiang tihe reg
ualar mail aind passensgers fronm N. York to
Aungansta in four days and 13 hours, wvhichn
if it can be carried into effl'ect will obviate
the necesity of ana express to a great extent
TwovE plans are proposed-one by the ordi
nanry singe rouste, ansd the~ other by wvay of
WVilnmngton anid Charleston, each to.ac
conmplish tine route ins thietame timne.
By the first it is proposed to carry tine
mail and passengers from N. York to Phil
adelphia in eight hours,thence no Baltimore
in 5 1-2, Washnington 3, R ichmiuond 11 1-2
Raleigh 20, Columbia 415. Augusta 16, in
tall 109 hours.
By the lat ter, tine same route is punrsued as
far as Petersbunrg, Va.. say thirty hours
thenico to Halifax 7, WVdmmigton 29, Char
let ton lIi, in all eighnty twvo hours. arr-iv
inig at mine latter place at three P- M., and
lenavinig inext nmnrninag at 9 for Augusta,
oan tine R ail Road, to arrive here an six P.
M. mak itn- 1016 hous, in('tndin all s.,p.
A ieu/f/ackeson.--le exttaranary &i.
reer ofrthis favorite of lortuue. it is univer
sally admitted, has made a deepo and abi'
ding impression upon the Government antd
people of the United States; but that the
land ofNature had stamped his image in
the solid and disemboweled rock of the land
is a circumstance not generally known.
Nevertheless such is the fact. A recent dis
covery in geology lane rendered his memory
immortal, even if his extraordinary actiont
have failed to secure that boon for hini. and
wedded his corporeal proportions and facial
kneaments to stone, as efr'etuatlly as could
the chisel of Gieenough, Powers or Clev
' This is no joke, much as the relation may
wear the outward garb and habit of one.
In rounding and polishing one of the beauti
ful stone columns, which ornament the front
f the Franklin Bank of this city, on High
street, a very striking full length likeness of
Gen. Jackson was developed, composed of
impressions made by the oxide of iron, and
plainly imprinted by the hand of nature on
he third columni north, of the four front
columns. It is not necessary to call up the
imagination; but one remarkably striking
and, perfect particularl is the general cast
if is countenance, and tie position or the
air. t he latter so -peculiar in a likeness of
Slie General, andl never mistaken.
This likeness can he recognised from any
pIart of the opposite side of the street, for
the extent of a whole square, hnt it can be
ween to most advantage from the pavenent
of our friend Russeli, almost immediately
opposite the batik. The beantifl column
which presents this s'ingnlar phenomieoin
was taken from the stone qarry at Vn; .
ly, on the Ohio canal about sixty miles
south of this city.-Columbus (0.) Political
The Southern Literary Journal.-We
announce the welcoime reception othe Jan
uaary number ofthis periodical, revived un
ter tIhe auspices of its new ellitor, 13. It.
arroll, Esq. Tie tble of' conmtents promi
ies qmite a repast, and among other articles
we notice the commencement of Chaneel
or Harper's late nule address on the sub
ect of slavery. 'We have not had time yet
to peruse the number before us, but shall
Ike an earlyi opportunity to pay our res
piects to it more fornially. Copies are ready
1'1r delivery at the storelof J. S. Burges,No.
85, East Bay.-Chalr. Cour.
A new paper to be called the Washinm
too Chronicle. is to be publislel at Wai
ington, to be edimed by R. K. Cralle.
it is intended to siapply the place of the
Steam Boat E.rplosions..-T he Stea m
boat I lone, -arrived at th. landing last eve
fing ubnlt ine oclock, from 'Louiville.
She had been at the whrf but a ve.ry few
iminutes, When a boiler burst, and seatlded
seven, one fatally. The suffeirers all he.
longed to the boat ; four were blown oiver
hoard, but recovered.-Cincinnatti Ere.
mistatit, by L:ield A o'rri I sq. 31r. .ohnso a it.
Bridirell, to Miss Iharriet Mc.Gee, daughter of
Samiuel McGee, of Anderson District.
T VILL he nt Edlgefield Conrt House
- -m nex Mona to remi untmimiil aftemr Salec
1lay. WM.J3. THORN.
Jan. 2'3, 18'8. tif 51.
S TRAYEl) From time Stable of the Subsim'
ber, oii thme iaiht of time 20th Novemmber ba-i.
beam'ifuml bhay liARE, ambout taeteamnd a hui
iands high;m her rigrit eye is mmnt. thonimuh it cannmot
me perceived without clomse examinatiionm tno other
minark recoll'cte'd. Anmy imnformatjin concernini
said Mlare will ba' thmantkmi'iy received, amid wvil! tie
zonmpentetd by time Subscriber.
lIimburg S. C. Jamn i8, I1:38 f 51
LL persnms ha~vinag deinanids aga~inst time es.
taite of' Mathew flalton, dneceaised, late of
Edgea.fickd l~istrict, will hanid thmem ito the sub-.
.criber, dumly attested, wvithmin time time limimted hv~
law, mand those imIdebted to said etate will mak~e
mirmmdiate pame mm .31. tay,
Jan 18, 1M3' d 51 Adminaistratar.
LL personts inmdebmted tu thme late .lIatthaerr
1.hr ore, deceased, amre reqneted to ma'aw
pay menit ;mmmd all personms hmaving~ demam~nds~ mmninsI
thme estamte of said deceas'ed are regnested to pre
senmt thmemi dimly attested.
WM1. IlRUNSON, Adnm'r.
Jan I8, 1P3 c 51
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Larkini Griflim,, vs.
rhos. 31. Clark, smrvivor A ttachmrent.
T H E P'lainitifr haivimng tiling his dleehmramtmmn ir
this caise, tind time diefenidant havinig neither'
A'ife nor aittornmey knmown' to lie ini thmis State, ( ri
Ie'red, thiat time said defndant do apmpeair andl plead
:m thme plaintil's declurautiomn wimlmm a vm'ar amida
lay from mime pubilication thereof, or'Judgtimen
absolute will be awarded amgainste hmim.
G EO. POPE, c. F.P
Clerk's Office, Janm. 23, 18:r7. dag 51d
Just Received fly
NICHO!.SON & PRE5LE.
A Good assortment of Men's anmd Lmlie's
Saddles, 13ridles. Slartingales, Wipis, & c
A t. so.
Fresh Chrese, Irish Potators, S~c
Thiey now ha~ve on hmamnd a good-tassortnmment o
mmd expect constanmtly to keep tip a general as
tortmmem whmich they will sell oni reamsonabe termt
Jan 17, 1838 (e.50
WL pay a liberal price for a uquanmi
ty ofSeasonmed Waggon Trimber', of al
dlesruuionms, except spokes amnd fellows.
Those whio have tiimber for sale aire reques
ted to inform mae wvithoumt delay.
Jan. 151 1838 hi 50
NEGRQ, BOY about tenm vears ok
-Enmquire at Mr. Petnn's Store.
Jan. 17th 18436. lm,%
MIs'eteica Collections er f. Carhina.
MY B. RI. CA RROLL.
IlS .5 ork is now ready for delivery to Sub.
scriber<r mm theo Store of' C A. Dowdl, ini this
mce. .\ few extra conies for ale.
Time Lowndesvnic Academy,
W AS opened on the first Monday of
the present mnonih, under the cu
perintedance of Air. JUHN N. YOUNG,
where Pupils will he instructed in the
Greek and Roman Languages and all the
branches of English literature, usually
taught in Academies.
Mr. Young is a graduate of Oxford Col
lege. Ohio, though a native of this District.
The Trustees of the Institution feel them
solves fully authorised to recommend him
as being well qualified to diischarge the du
ties in which he has eng.,nged. Ile has not
been long enough from College to become
rusty in the Languages and part o'f that
time he has bepn employed in teaching,
and has given full satisfaction as to his
qualifications. The Trustees also have the
satisfaction to announce to the public, that
they have engaged Mr. ABRAIIA M CIJN- I
NINGIIAM to teach the lower branches,
and can with propriety recommnenid him am
a first rate English Teacher, having tried
him two years previously.
The general upervision of the School
will devolve upon the principal Teacher,
Mr. Young, who, together with the--Trus
tees, will use every exertion to nanage the
School with that kind of method and disei
pline which will all'ord to the Sttdents both
moral and intellectual advantages.
Lowndesville is situated 18 miles west of
Alhheville village, and near the Doible
bridges on Rocky River, on a high, dry and
sandy ridge, with good water and is per
fectly healthy. There being no stagnant
waters, or sluggish streats-for some niles
distant. it is therefore out of the reach of
the noxious etlhuvia which is so destructive
to health in many other places Two of
the 'rustees have practised physic for many
years in the neighborhood. and can speak
knowingly of the superior lezalthfulnless of
the place. Lowndesville is moreover Situ
ated about five miles distant from several
valuable mineral springs,. which haVe re
cently been purchased by a company who
expcet to have preparations in readiness
for the rece)tion o i-iters the ensuing
summer; which will allanrd a valuible re
treat for a few weeks, it any whuise consti
tutions may require it. G ood bmarding can
be had in the village and in neighorhool,
at qmite convencient distances, on reiasona
JOHN G. CALI)WELL,
A. 1. AWNOL),
W. C. COZilY,
J. S. ALLEN.
S. .1. SHACKE!LFORD,
WM. PASCII A L.
1owndesville, Janl. 13, 1838 d 51
&W ILL hccsold at Putblic silaleat 11. Dunton's
v V on the Ith( day of Febrn:rv next, lbr
noteand a pproved security, ac Tract ~if LAND,
heretofore known as Laborde's p' ottation, coa
taininag ahut three hindiared acres. lilly (of which
is prne bow -roands. aaid %yi l p)rod q
At- l*. 7aailiy alnd well wateied. One halofsaid
plantatian is unader good fince.
At the muine time and place. RonsARn GARcanTa'
will cf.er for s:ce. 4ian the sczamce t-rms as abovc.
fioi ten to fifteen hiead of CA TTI.E, two stclks
limlaice 'odder, two Ilises, Cra, and -r r:d
stacks I azts.
Bruouuglt to the .Jail
O F thais District, atnegro manc lby the nameac
of GEORG E FLL'MIN(. ahlo'nt live feet
4x inchtes hcigha, between 30 acid :, yerars of aige,
Ite says that hae.bplonags to Mr. Sinnaer, livina~
within five wiles of New Orleanas.*
The owner is regnuested to come foirwacrd.
prove paropcerty, pay chaurges, anud takec himi caway.
C. J. G(LOVF.R, J. L. U.
Feb 21 1837 :3 i f
li E tabove Negro. Gerorge lemoince,
h.laving lbeen conlined~c inc the J1 ail (If
Edgefichi u pwardls ot a year, acnd le;;al nao
tic~e havinag tbeen given inc the. paubllie na pers,
I shall ini pursance. of law i, dolier liim forc
sale acpublic auction onc Saledacy in Mareba,
cat alhe usual hour.
C. J. GL.OVEn,
Jcailor Edyf.ield! Ditrict.
anc22, 1838 f-,i
IN CO.MMO.N PLEAS.
.hcob Chiamberlin, )Atltchmennt in :'tssumt.
Survivor, vs.- ' T'so .Vles- Damae s
IIF.E Picaintiif hi~ain this cday filced his d,.c
larationa ini thcis case, ici the iClrrk's 0$er.
acnd thce scaid Johnc A. Yonn;.;c having no w fe or
atto-necy, kncownto bce icn tihis provinace, uapona
whonc a copy ofthe said decharationc with a
special order of the (oturt endorsed thiereonc, canc
be ecrved: It is thecre~ibre Orde~red. that thme csaid
Johla A. Younog di cappear anid acke hi:' defreci
itiha year anad a dacy, froma the liniag cof thec scaidl
declarationi, as aforesaid, or hial ancd aBscohatec
jcndguent wvill be f'orthcwith gi ven acid acwarded focr
JAS. WVAR DL AW, c. c. p.
aserk's Offce, Jan. 17, 1833 daq1 51
Eit Persons indcebted to the late firm of
..~ GEDDaNos A liusSI.LL,acid thosqe indlebied'
to tie Sublscriber alonce are earnesatly regnuestedi to
matk~ immnediate payvmemc, or, inc default thaereocf,
Ihey will find thceir iMotrcc andaccounats ini thce
ncdt cof an, odiacer for eollectionc. T1he Suibseri
bar is exceedingly anxions to close his old bcusi
cnes. ccs he hacs sold ocnt to Messrs. R.IXSOM &
MITCHEL ,, his enitire stock of Gioocds, acid its
desirecs of lecaving the State. Thie Scubscriber
begacliave hecro to inform thcoso whco are incdebcted
to hiar. that lie will remain a chort timue at hcis ol
stand. where hce cain be seena at ancy timea during
ins sty,. and shiouldc he be ab-ent'when~c persons
mcay lall to, see lhim, that Mlessrs. Ucansomc &
Mitcelll will act as his aciborisedl agents.
1%mhncrg, S. C. Jan 18, 18i38 c 51
A4.L'rso--- -i- hcrcby f'orow-rnedi
I biom trading for a certatin Note of'
Hand,ivena to me by WVilliam Doby, for
Sevent five llollars. payable to me or bear
er, onthe first ofiJanuary, 1839. Said Note
hans bioi taken fmmn city possession without
my encat, I therefore cacution said WV.
Dob potn paying said note withcout my
ZELPiIA M NOBLE.
1n- 1838 ma,.k.
. 8herf's Sale.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facims t
we directed, will be sold at Edgefield C.
Hlouse, onl the first afonday a'nd 'Tuerday ill
ebruary next, the following property, viz:
Frazier & % ontgonery and others, vs John A.
eardin, one nie;ro boy, Ednmund.
John Loftun, vs t3andcrt iteardin, one negre
William Edins and others, vs A & It. Burton,
he tract of land where the defendants lite.
ToliverTowles, vs Richard IIazie, the tactol
and where defenulant lives, joining lands of 1).
Robert J nningo, vs Joel Whitten und Tthorna
Stone, oie bay Mars, the property ofJ. Whitten.
imith & Mays, vs Simeon Die, I fray aare,
Freeman Taylor and others. vs Kindred Hot.
iton, one tract of laud conitaining one hundred
mnd fily acres, lying on te waters of Minecreek,
ouing lands ef Frecman Taylor, Allen Elsiore
C. M. Inrminfi and othrpre, vs Henry Shultv,
's interest i the 'Town of ljambiiurg, which con
listA of variouv Lot.s improved and unimproved.
Terus of su, cash.
W. II. MOSs, S.E. D.
Jan. 15th 838- e 50
1 List OfLeters.
EMAINING in the Post Office at
,Jiamhurg S. C-. (Inot published be
Eure) the first January 183-.
A 'lliikns B. F.
Austin William &c. IHIaneock, Catharine
Is [lilt, Joel
lrightwell, William Johnson, Jolm
Beall E, B. K
C Kelly John 31.
gro w, Cornelinm, Kirklatndl, Moses
L'ook Wmt. C. 2. Kin-, David
ombs t. K.
Cirter liz. Mrs. Lewis J. IV. 2
D Lanier .ilaMon r
liavis G. Louier, & Cur
)ouran Thos. M
Oavis, Ansly More Joseph Iev.
Levlaughter A.2. Meek, Freedmuan &
I' 1 tendr ix.
.i Lewis McBride, Johni
emalln-. Leisi y,
Flint, James Parden. Jone
l J It l'ein G. L. & Co
oweJam~es Prior, ieth 10.
(G-irret m 3v
,leanint ( g q .ltoseph (;. Sutli- uCl.eS1 . .
lVm W. . ;. Sport. Aidrew
;a:ace, \\ altier nih, tnnikI
S. Sh.elton, David
llollister .llims C. W
Ingh5, Wml. II. 2 Wi!ijam., Ilelen Mi
Itolmies, Charl-s \1 ittinson..la,,. Z. 0.
ilopkins", Eizr1beth, Wise. .larret
Ilortetn, W. F. 1.urdtlaw, A.h.e
M GRA.\Y P1. %.31
.3-a1n. 10. 18311. C;O 1, f .,4.
r -ll t 31-. u lJLTu. LI.S. or the
:1.Pt) i: s, h 'le 1irO1 Ine fro,
Th- 1,rier of Trees. :rithout .sih branch, S
Under.- l)et, 25> e.ntS each.
I hC -' ct', 50'cetits cach.
CUtting.-4ic eye, $:i per thousand.
'Iwo " 55
The Tree is easily propagatedl froni'tini.
.id the growth im' the Soitliern States i, nun-e
than do.tiei that im the NortJor,. in the SIit
time. Of the Cuttingfs obtamined from Prince &~
:(itn, ait Fhttshmig, Long lshe:d. tbut 17 in I0 pro
rdyeud trees; of the Cuttzing~sfront them-r. umore thi
.> from 1009 was obtaamed, and the hteigt of thtemt
is from 7 to 10 feet the presenit year. Tll-ev shotutld
tbe pt into the gro::nd bietween this ax:d the Ist
of Aprdl. .The above Tresiand Cuians aire for
sale by .lONATIIAN ME:IGS,
N. B.-Thiey illi he carefutty p-deked and se'nt
to order, on remiuance accomipuvinm. thec order,
Tthe Cuttimas catn be sent by :stg'e
Jan 6. kmI - m 50
The Chronicle & Sentinel. Charleston Courier,
Fdzgefield Advertiscr, Athen:ms lHarmer, M1itlle.e
t-itte Recorder. Macon Telegr-aph. Cotumbusm~ En
tnirer, anid navannah-G eorgiailn niit pulish-J the
abe eektv, for two mlonths, nnd ten the4.ir
hitls to this oilice.-Augusta C.ontstitutiona~.
WITE heeynotify those -vh-are stilt
VY um arrears to the tate firmt of Wal-t
lace & Frazier, that eireunmstamnces require
hat they sthould bring th~eir business to a
peeudy elose ; and they now again request
.hose wh-Io are stilt indeted to thecm to come
lornt :rd and tmake pamiet: those wiho dec
not do so byv the 10th of Feb. mayv expeci
Itiat suits ii ll tbe inistituited t ainstithem--..
\\ cannot grant longer indulgence.
B. A. WAL LACE.
,fan. 1.5 183$ M. F RAZI ER5
ALL persons indebted to-Mrs. Unmrriet
e- Mites, decensedgere requiested to) miiake
nimmediaite paymetnt, and.alt persons having
temtatis agaimst the estase orsa id deceased,
tre requested to present them duty attested.
ItANIEL HOLLAN*D, Admr.
Jan. 15 1838 : tf 50
Bank of Ilanakaa- S. C
I IE-Inrd has this day (lectared a
- u1 italind of Two JDollmars atid fifty
enuts on eaich Share of the Capitl Stuek
f this tlltnk, p~ayable to the Stockholders
>r their legat representativ'es.' on or after
he 1stitday of Janary 18:38.
,11. IlUTVCHISON, Cashlr.
Jan -try 4, 1837 e -18
' IIE Partitersntip hieretofor-e existing in llam
. burg. S. C. undter the firmi of Dhey,.i~
E Lase is this dayv di-asolvecd by ntminat con.
ent. The business wilt hereafter'he condneted
mnder thie firm of DI:Nov & Keuv, who alone are
mthoris.ed to sete the alliuirs of the lute firmt.
TtIOMAS N. D)ENDY,
TrIIOM A.S.-(. K EY,
C. iI. LINDSEY,
Ilxamburg. Jn I, 1838 * b 4A
First rate young Woman LApply tE.
Jan. 3, 1838 tf4g
[L. l(N IIAM l li-rs his protfessional
. srviesinL aw andi liity,tothe
ubthe. le has takhen the olhee firmerly
tecnpjied by lmtanskett & .Wigfall, opposit
ir. Gltover's Hotel.
Dec. 26, 1837 tr 47
- EDGE DISTI ICT
-Williami PadgI pieF, s
Jo0b P1adgeft et Winants,
Y an1 order f.ronb Ordiaryo: si
IDistrict, I shall proceetid to- sell at,
Edefield C. Hose on the first 'Monday in
Feb~ruary next, lands of the eatste of Joba
Paidget deceased, situate an, the water of
Clouids Creek, aind hontldiggies loadii 46r
Charles Warren, Nathsan Nor44 Samuel
Deen and others, containing. three hundired
anld fifty acres, more or less, on a creatit.of
twelve mnonths. Purchaser to give tiend
and good security, -and anmor .tgage of the
premises to the Ordinary.' Costitobe paid
in cash. . W. H.-MOSS, S.' E; )D.
Janlun'y 10 1838. c 49.
.SOUT1 -CARO t. UA,
EDGEFIELD DISTR ICT.
Nancy Bradfiek, Applicant gdy
-.,.-. Biradield, et al., .Defo i.
3Y ---'rder oom the o.rdinary orF
BDirtrict, I vihal[ proceed to sell at
l'dge'eld C. House. on.thle first Momindy-i
F-ebruary next, lanids of the estate of Janmes
13radfieldl, deceased.situatted inl said District,
on .be w aters of Little sieven's (,reek, nul
ho(unding on lands of Cathazrinie G;ainv-, tl.
Stevenis anod others, containin one hun11
dred, and thirty aeres, mnore or less, oil a
credit o~f twelve monthis. Pnirebas-er to -i% a
hond with. good security, and a mrtwigage oft
thle piremoises to the Ordinary. Cost Io be
paid in ensh-. w. 1 MOSS1.5. : D
Janl 10, 28e8 e 49
- EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
nd C. Terry. Appli-am. vs.
.lhi Terry e~t :11., 1 el lefathm. 5
-1 aut oirder fron: Pt (Irdinary cif r:atd Dis.
." trict. I shlall prioeed tip sel at 1',4119.4d1 C.
1(0u1 rye gni e flr.t ofi% ith 'ebrtary ore.t
""'" 'eestate of Stephian Terry. d-ae
s'tnte inl said Dshtrict. on th e wa ters of Turkey
Creek. and bodndinb ol lands of'! irltiina.1,
loli nnn. JaaT nd others oti !ui. chr undtiin
oammg fiveh a n - red tor ktyu nerf. w rileoC
onaci ftwelve onths. Purchaser to give~oau
b1nwndgood seerity, and a inortange of the
premntises to the Ordinary." Cost t o be p a e4h
Xa "11. 3!MOSS, s. :. .
J:ia 10, 1c 49
T~ ~~ IJ N 01U A.,
Jn nie iltive .\ppr
N'nh v Chmnet~frd. Mpleat~
IM n order (mrn the rdiary of said.
.ID trict, 1tict h1a hl procee d o i..l l C.
101-4, Oil the first Mnfdaye il irfl.mmd t,.
Wand r fie buds ,( the estate of ! ;i '.
reaedfi, Snated M;said Diitri11. fl teltrst, o'
U1ittle ".h1111a riv-er. anid bio nIn111 oil lls of'
Tom-. Bartlett, ZebLin t mvn' o Cek-, ael
1ath'-, s nd other.en ti two b1nt:'red mnd
ninety thve nre. anre oirJess, onl la credit of :,
nrtith. Pof remser to Pihv bimdilt .ien
ri:. red n, tonme of* the prwises to the Or
diaar . t in cs . .
- H. 31S s. r.
Ja -10. '
.'e~a~ c. nuerre w;itht. is.eW'faod
Jerea ef, rdl e sold at his lahmte reenei
01 a dcasedr, cfounstirt ogrofi ogs. o seis.ICat
te Sheep. Household nid Kitchen Fnrniture
ct'tsnin (ihn and 'Screw, also a uatfa. itof Cont
I , der. Oats. Plantatin Tools &o &c. Termi.s o'
Sal. 1t ih e inthlis redit, and purcihtsers giving
not ies wit twoe apod entie's. ::p le,
hodwTh enubscruv al i'r fo himre.g fr the *M
prsttmi4..t yeat rd.twen ' fit o :zdet ikelyash
Jnn.10, 16~38 c 4' i
.1aam'H 4 Trustees ofptis enevhae h
ensure~ (of'lannom cin to~ thePnbictha
th.V have erge rtumhe riesr of' r., CerF
as - rmespa fort ~oneung t yelar. The havo noi!,
hitton'.. mnxpea the confMod 1iIdent'opiion
lfrons the very hig-testimon:4ials which hav heer -.*
qualifen tosad fullydI~ enti o te libe*a of
~The terms of Titir. are 7 5 e~ot,,t . por Quar
te,for. Flangle~/ish a $1( forClasala Schohus, fa~
payabtl te meranc.itter l-om1''tof1
r~y ,4 : maoa Pries 1, Qident of the or
Diecr . 18s7 tohi fil 47caI
on th 10thinst. 3wo bay ars, one at
the r'ei e te oth atred hay, ithasfler
& siea4,t an od atscahis recetrsiec with
a whitef hd foo~rht. oThe ~erve sen the 4tha!
mst..fnalhe Afons 01 C trner mnaot ta pwoerty
ties aboethe Elutawl Spring kihng theiriwaey
(b~ack t Edgefield whre they wer renmtlty ofros.
sAf. tibera rewadth alret nable xpena~ses~ ill
bae. pad tfor theirolvesiryt Mr.Lenut
Edeite l Crtle H oe or~ tor rr. aor tail
yar, orth Neweon ferryt Rond jusvt elth
Ena Sig, St.Jhs aih
ALesnso inteduajm to the' lt Tho. ians
ftrd, daeeaseutd, time regest tof Mr ke im
asediteipaymentth oadzi al . persons hav n e
mandst.atast the estea te o i eonte are imn
quete-torset the ta dulyai attes':ioalswted. .ae ici
Janl10e. st4 heI tgutenm 49 ttitet
qiLLtipetos an amly detnanlds to n the bjlp.
tr state of . Andermsonjti. n.deee.ar
tr.gneste Enlio prset them rn hseis ind~ebdt
nmke ay met witinPeidcnte f heibdb oaw .
Jate 10, 1%A7 tf 497
M GRM A. JF!:q. Pa-fh liabrg 8.od C. wilr
ea thn-et auy tirne 'in olfat, a well as am
the lerin mye abeef the Sihrare awthaellilsa
& sit. 11,1 sarJf reB.arehnk CO ilaTON.
ian t. 1IoaaConrU4a.:9t ti 48t
Ntnileoen the tto Srne,kn thor vnte,
Fb R M ou to EAd whreteyndired bushls rof
g ie enuine it Nalleen otton~i S-eedae eill
he had fortheiDr ert bus equcuyappy
lard to tie suboscfer a r. ames justelos'
Ja. 2th 1837 49 e4
LLpeuosideted to the lateis Rin
sephBrodcased, ar e requtselt aaes-ta
4eh o e medinte pavimenlt, an all pr~,ls a e
personts aing enn ni the estatefuilt('iaducro
qmetd1)~thema, uly nt tested.
Cii ALEist' Tf L4.itrtos