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P- V r II.-Selection.
Facts relating to the Silk Culture,
Culture of the Morus Multicaulis, Silk
Worms, &c.; by Gideon B. Smith,
A Series of Experiments, together with
their results, on Wheat, Corn, &c.; by D.
Crittenden, or Baden Corn, by Robert
The Culture of Manzel Wurtzol or Field
Hemp and Sunflower Seed Oil; by N.
On the Insalubrity of the Air of Marshes,
in communication with the Sea; by M.
Georgini, of Lucca.
Rotting of Timber in certain situations.
Destruction of Insects and Vermin.
Buckthorn Iledges; E. IHersey Derby,
An expeditious manner of producing
Trees and Shrubs.
On the forcing of Early Cucumbers; by
John Wighton, Gardener to Lord Stafford'
at Cossey Hall.
Loss caused by Stripping Corn Fodder.
Cn the Culture of the Turnip; A. Forsyth.
PARI' a 1I.-Mliiscellaneous Intelligence
A New Discovery; A preventive of Dry Rot in
Timber; Tame Ducks; To Parners; Ameri
can Statuary Marble; The Sea invading the
Earth; Scalding Hogs; Stumps; Cure for
the Wounds of Cattle; Price of Bread, The
Grain Growing States; To make liquid
A man who labors all the day
People to teach, and gets poor pay,
Reads and writes, thinks and scolds and
In nights dark hour, sees Devils sights,
Never tired, makes tasteless Pies,
Tells anecdotes, tells truths, and lies,
Ever fooled, and always fooling,
Rul'd by all, and always ruling.
See here my friends, one, two and three,
Ere it's too late of use to be,
Poor Printer, of all men most curs'd
In Earth, Hell, or Stars uppermost;
'Tis wrung, should be a better fate,
Among men, he's great among great;
Pshaw ! 'tiAhame; we'll help him along
".Happy Printer" is the glad song.
Mr. Editor,-l send you the above A.
crostic, and lest your readers might not
tcl the true spirit of the cflusion, I will,
itation of the bad Painter and his worse
rait, write the name under it:
A PRINTER'S EPITAPH.
Three dollars worth of Shin-Plasters I
think will make the Rhyme better. I
hlerewith send thfn. RIIYMIER.
NEw YORK. Jan. 26.
S 'The l Western Frontier and Upper Cana
"; q.-The letter published below, is all that
'e have further from the Western fronuier;
'%''Iideed, the interest having subsided in .bat
quarter. we do not look for details in the
minute and especial manner we have here
tofore received thcm.
It will be remiemrbered that, in the outset
of the Upper Catnada Revolution, Sir Fran
cis Iliead publbshed a reward for the appre
hension of sundry piersons, commenicing
with the caililf Mackenzie, and conmprising
one Lount-for the latter of whomi stCtj
were otreredl. This mani was recently ap
prehended by two loyalists, who found hitm
skulking in the woods, where lie had been
wandering since the 8th of D~ec. When
brought before the mnagista ates, he did not
-attetmplt to justitfy his conduct in the rebel
lion, but pleaded for a favorable considera
tion of his case, on the ground that
elie had saved the house of Mr. Sheriff'
Jarvis fro the destruction to wh Iich it had1
been dlevotedl by AleKenzie. le gave a~s
he reasoni lor this humane ititerference.that
Mrs. Jarvis was reported to be in ill health,
and that thle Sherill'had formerly rendered
him personal fatvors. Capt. Stewart, who
was in company with the lamntted C'ol.
- Aloodie, whetn lie was niurdered, atud Ar
ehaibald McDonald, Esq. who wvas made
prisonier the night that John Powell, Esq.
eatnsedi the ruflian Anderson to fall fromi his
horse and break his neck, both appeared
before the Commissioners to testify to the
hiumanity of Gen. Lont, wvhich they cem
*)phaticatlly said, they did with heart-felt
p~leasuire, declaring that it was their full and
entire convictiotn that, but for the determined
oppJositiont both of Louint and G.ibsotn, the
whioie of thc prisoners wouild have beeun
butchered in cold blood by Mackenzie.''
IB rF FALtO, .Jan . 2.
Alas! the war is over, andI the Catnadi
ans must stiffer tinder the galling chains of
bondnaee, unless, as the whole of Western
New York mioist fervently dlesires. the Gov
erunment will declare wvar upon Gireat it
ain. and allowv this St.ate to throwv 50,000J(
militia across the lines to drive the loyal
Ca nntiks itnto lake Ontario.
Nothing is doirg here now, and future
movements canm only he surmised. Them
miilitia arc kept ouit, and new enalistmnents
are going on. TJhae soldiers are tunder regut
Jar pay, served with rations, and live in bar~
racks and atre driliiig atnd nmarchinag daily.
Th'lis hooks as thmough at war was anmong the
The poor piratical patriots, or p~atriotic~
p lirates, from Navy Isianad, arc senttered all
along the L ake shiore,still hanging together,
antxious to cross over otur Jordon to thme land
of prms-tl lookitng wvith longing eyes
up;on the pirospect of 30)0 acres of tory land,
and 8 100 in silver, (wvhat a bait for tIm ioco
focos!) and still ready to conquer or (lie, if
onr Gohvernnmett i would only allowv them to
cross the Rubiconi. Poomr fellowss! What
a pity so mnuchi good courage shmouldl have
. no ebanctle to shuow itself in valorous deeds!
-that so unsich pture patriotism .shiotl be
nllowed to evaporate !-that so munch chuiv
aIry should literally go a heggitng!
The weanther ,s againi wuam Lake Navi
riving. and loads of dour have been slipp
from Cleaveland. received at that place <
the 20th by the canal.
Gen. Scott is very quiet, waiting for d
spatches from Washington. Mackenzie,
understand. has left for that place, and Gi
Van Renselaer I cannot hear from. TI
last news I sent you font the Vest is co
Samuel Johnson, brother to the Chai
man, of the Committee of thirteen, is to l
arrested for bringing Getn. Scott's name
the cannon order, and will be examined t
morrow, if caught.
Every thing is quiet so far as I can lear
on the other side.
Canada.-A Bill has passed the Parli
ment of Upper Canada, confiscating ti
property both real and personal, of all pe
sonswho left the country since the premec
tated attack on Toronto by the patriots,am
who do not return forthwith, and take t
arms for the Colonial Government. Ti
property confiscated is to be appropriat
in paying the expenses of the war. Of
section declares -that no alien shall be pe
mitted to prosecute his business, or has
his property protected, unless lie repairs
the Province, and also takes up arms."
A bill has been reported in the louse
Representatives of Massachusetts, prohibi
ing the Rlanks of that State, from payit
any dividend, during the suspension ofsp
tie payments, under ni penalty offorfeita
to the Commonwealth, a sumi for car
offence, equal to the amount of divider
- Great project of Navigation by Steam..
In the British house of Commons on ti
15th December, in answer to a question 1
Mr. Mackinnon, Mr Blaring was understo
to say, that a "plan for a large communie
tion by steam, with the colonies generall
wasat present under the consideration of tl
Goveritment-that the plan was not co
fined to the West Indies alone,but that it h;
reference'to the whole system of intercol
Bos-roN, Feb. 2
From Canada.-We have Quebec p
pers to the 26th tlt. Lord Gosford it
given directions to the different civil d
patrtmmients to bring the business before the
to a close as speedily as possible, as he pr
poses relinquishing the administration of ti
government to Sir John Colborne, and
depart without delay to England in obed
emice to the Queen's commands. Mr W
colt, civil.Secretary, is to accompany ti
Governor in Chief.
It is stated that Lord Gosford's recall
founded on his own suggestion, as he a
ticipated that the coneilliatory policy und
which lie had alone consented to come
Canada, woul be considered no longer e
pedient. It is stated that the conduct
Lord Gosford in his administration, h
been tnequivocally approved of by tIhe Go
erunenit, but that his recall is a proof th
they have adopted a different line of polio
Ado. ; Pat.
R.MARKABLE I'HENoMiENA.-The H1em
catni(.Ling Idland) Rogqui r,. ofP el, 14
inst., gives an almot supernatural narr,
lion of the corpse of a young lady, whit
was exhumed a few days since in the vi
age for re-interment in another spot. TI
colii was in a good state of preservatio
and on examination of the Corpse, whir
yet presented its original shape, there w
foiud growing ripen its surface a vegetahm
substanmce, in time shape of filamets
rass. but of a whitish color, with a situ
bud on the end of each (one. These spir
oif grass hmad risemi fromm various parts of ti
face, time forehead, tipper lips and checks.
Several were plucked andiu now are in ipe
session of time gentleman who iamformned
of this remarlonble fact, andt~ who ha~s promi
iserd its ami inspection of theth,
It is well kntowni that in dIry gravelly s<
like that of Ilemipsteadl plainis, mthe body ri
dcrgoes little or nio dlecompoisitioni, even:.
ter ithe lapse of centriries. Uwmmler thme roi
er of tire chirreh of St M ichalel, at B3e
decaux, (time fanmus grave or gravelly con
try wichi rears time choice wines,) bodies a
shnowni that are dried into miummrnies, :m
aire severa tlt hundred I eatrs obi t heir featumrt
ex presionms, &c. still mreimaiinga. The sat
we believe, exists ini a church an Palerm
ass describted so graphiently itn oneC oif
W~illis's letters In thre above case htowevt
lime fluids of time body appear to have be
pireservedl, andl have~ ufforded numtrimet
the itnvisible germs of some of~ rhose crypt~
gamtous planite, whose propagation is bitt I
ml? undiertood.-N. Y'. Star.
A Specinmen for Trollopism.-On t
evetning of time evemmift d ay' nm brillianmt par
wvas assemblhed bteeath time hospitable roi
oif Mrs Bilueberry. It conisistedi of twet
seven muises of Little Ornage street, and l
(elebtratedl Miss Lydlia lAurei, a travelli
Londonmrer. She wasi a conriSe mtiddlo ne
damtte, with fired curls, and n pirovokii
star-fart anda forty-lookinig like a .Jo,
linmli ini petticoalts. Site hadmi beenm rcecom
inig soutme I raveller's tales ini her advetr
in tihe Wecst, which wereC listened~ to wi
raptumrorns joy by her admriirers.
"ll give you a hmilitustratonm of ma
tners ini the WVest," said time elegant fenmal
"It vas a dinini' haboard of time vatch-vo
enili umo, stiearmboat Snratg on the I lohmeigl
river. Th'Ie gettlermatn on may left wvas
Souitheriter. Veil, gals, they gets inito
kind of dlimenssion on time habolitioni que~
tiotn, whlen somte high worids ariz. -Pemi
to ret raet,' said time Soum hmerner, 'I von't
it,' saidl time Northmertner. 'Praty tma'an
said tihe Soutthierner to tme, 'von't yon 'in
thre gooidness to len hat ' int your chair ?'
'V'ith te greatest pleasure,' says 1. mm
kniowinm' vol vos a-comim . Venm vot de
myi gentlemian d10 btut vips'~ont a bmoss pis
as bling as may hmarrm, andi shoots amy rig
'amnd neighblor diend. But that v'asnm't ha
for thle bullet coint' omit of time tem p
voundedl a lady itt tim side. Sihe titter
arn orrifick srreatm. 'Poin imy vord,ma'al
said time Souithernmer. yout neednr't makie
much noise abouit it for yoti kniow I did it
'A mi was niot juist ic (lotte tire muirde
asked Mis. hiniebmerry.
'llinistanitly, dlear tmaidaim. Hall tire er
in patsengmers ventt riht to vorkC,andi lvnch
'erm. Th'iey 'unmg 'itm in time lamp'chil
right hover time dininig tatble, amid their i
ishteu the desert. Butt, for imy part, itqu
We have just received intelligence of th
j final action of the House of Representatives
a upon the contested Mississippi Election,
ie Messrs. Prentiss and Ward have been de
l- ared not Members of the 25th Congress
r- by the casting vote of the Speaker. So
)o that all the parties are now sent back to
to the People of Mississippi.
At a late hour we have received news
1' of a severe battle between Gen. Jesup and
the Indians. We give our readers the fol
i- lowing extract of a Letter from an Officer.
C The southern express of thns evening
r brings important news from the army.
Gen Jesup has had a hard battle with the
p Indians; he completely muted them. Ile
te was severely wounded during the action in
d the face, but still commands, and is in full
pursuit of the enemy, who have fled south.
e IHe had 7 killed, and 32 wounded, 2 of
to whom since died. It is reported that Wild
Cat is badly wounded. The battle was
o fought on the La-che-ha-hee. This war
must soon be ended now."-Sav. Geo.
g AN ANECDoTE OF WAn.-Thefollo-ving
i thrilling account of the execution of Col.
d llayne. of South Carolina, during the war
of the American revolution,was related by
- the Rev. Mr. 1Beckwith, in a discourse on
,c the evils of war. delivered a few weeks ago
iv Among the distinguished men who fell vic
Ol tims in the war of the American revolution
1. were Col. Isaac Ilayne, of South Carolina;
a man who by his amiability of character
1C and high sentiments of honor and upright
S ness, had secured the good will and all'ec
id tion of all who knew him. lie had a wife
,. and six children, the eldest a boy thirteen
years of age. His wife, to whom he was
tenderly attached, fell a victim to disease;
an event hastened not improbably by the
. inconveniences and snil'erings incident to a
rs state of war in which the whole army had
- largely participated. Col Hayne himself
in was taken prisoner by the English forces,
a. n in a short time was executed on the
tc gallows, under circustances calculated to
to excite the deepest commisserattion. A
i. great number of persone, both English and
I- Americans, interceded for his life; and the
le ladies of Charleston signed a petition in his
behalf; his motherless children were on
is their bending knees humble suitors for their
a beloved fa tler, but all in vain.
-r "During the imprisonment of the father,
o his eldest son was permitted to stay with
K. hint in the prison. Beholding his only sur
of viving parent, for whom he felt the deepest
is alTetion, loaded with irons, and condemn
v- ed to die, he was overwhelmned with con
at sternation and sorrow. The wretched fath
.y er endeavoured to console him. by remind
ing him that the un'ltvailing grief of his son
tended only so increase his own misery ;
that he cane in this world merely to pre
pare for a better; that lie himself was pre.
=pared to die, and could even rejoice that his
troubles were so near ended. "To-mor
,t. row." Nal he "I Cpt nor Gr immn"-tr. -
y- von will accompany me to the place of any
bh execution, and when I am dead, take my
I- body and bury it by the side of your poor
ta mother." The youth fell upon his father's
u, neck crping, "Oi ! my fither, may father,
"h I die with you!" Col. Ilayne as he was
is loaded with irons, could not return the em
Ie brace of hIis son ; and merely said in reply,
of "Live, nmy son ; live to honor God lay t
ill good life, live to take care of your brothera
es and little sisters."
se "The tnexi morninig," proceeeds the nar
... rater of these distressing events, Colone
s. Havne was conducted to the place of exe
as ction.t H is son acompanyed him. Sooi
y. as they came in sight of the gallows, thet
father strengthened himself and said, "To
il nie my smn, show yourself a tian ! that tree
a. is the bonundary of mty life anid aill may iifen.
f. sorrow. IBeyondi that the wicked ceast
r. fromn troubling, and the weary are at rest.
r. D)ont' lay tio mitch at heart ; our sepiaratior:
a. will hae short. "'was bitt lately your mo
re thertdied-to day I die. And you, my~ soin
ad thongh yottug, mutst shortly foallowv." "Yea
s, may fthler,"' replied thec broken heartet
,e youth, 'I catnnot live long.'' Andai thia
mtaelanchaoly ainticipation wais fulfilled in
mantner maore~ dreadful thain is implied itn thc
r mere extianctioni of life. On seeing his fathi
e r in the hanrds of' thae execuationter, aand thee
struaglinag ini tho halter, lie stoodl like oue
t ransfi xcd and miotiondess witha horror. Til.
t- the.a, paroceed~s the niarration, hec had wep
incessantly, butt as ho saw that, the fountair
of his tears was statunchaed. ad he nevet
e nept more. Hie died itnsatne ; and in hi,~
last mnaoents often called on hais father, ir
ofterms that brought tears fromt the hardes
to W a. Coleman, ini the Cinceinnati G aze.tte
u~ tnder date of' te 18th uli. says, "The ne
Stital numbta er oflhogs sIlaaghtered, ian t his city
Shtis season, is 107.-134, and they are at leas
2- tpetr cent, lighter than last year."
tlt Matrimonial Sttistics.-At the age o
(i0. there are butt 22 tunmtarried imena alivi
n- for 418 married; at 70), 11 batchelors for 25
o. mnarried mien; iand at 80, for three bachelors
u- whao naty ebancite tto be alive, there are tnm
to Heneodicts. Very nearly the sanme prlopor
a tiont hohls good of' the female sex, of whaot
:a .while 72 who harve beena married attaini t<
s. the ago of 415. only 532 nuamarried reach thi
so same termt of life.
,' Mr. WVellesley Polo uased to say, thati
ve wtas imipossibale to live like a genmleani it
- Enghma~d, untder ?40,000) a year! andtt Mr
ot laummutell told ai lady, who asked him hov'
es nmuch shte ought to allow her soin fur dlress
ol that it might bae donie for ?804) with stric
n' BY Order of the Coturt of Equaity,
the shall sell at pubtlic auction, oan Mlnaa
byte2Gth inst., at the residetnce of Mrs
M. Lamar, taear llnambturg, all the tunbe
r?' quteathted property of'theo Inte Thtmas G
ILamar consisting of Ilorses, Mules, Cattle
hi. Ilogs, J. arriage.Wagon~s, PanatatioinTools
ed Ifinsehold and lKitchecn Fuarniture, Corn
s, Fotdder, lBacon &c. Termas will be mah
n- knaowna on the daty of sale.
it J A COB B. SM ITII,Exccutnr.
Feb1. 1. 18.'% h 2
1vom the Augusta Constitutiondist. Feb. 1.
AUGUSTA AND HAMBURG MARlKE'.
R KMARKs.--Below will be found our
monthly table of the stocks, shipments and
receipts of cotton at Augusta and Hamburg,
from the let October, 1837, compared with
the same period last year, from which it will
be seen that our stock at the present time is
32,167 bales against 25,029 last yoar, our
shipments 116,051 against 90.765,and our
receipts 128,690 against 112,404, showing
an increase of receipts this year over last of
STOCK OF COTTON
In Augusta and 11amburg on the 1st inst.
In Augusta, : 24,155 21,158
Hamnug, . : * 4.812 3.325
On board of boats and wharf 3,200 546
Total Stock, 32,167 25,029
SHIPMENTS OF COTTON
From Augusta and iianburg to Savannah and
Charlestum,from 1st (ct- 1837, to the 1st inst.
Front 1st to 31st Jan.
To Savannah, ; : 24,287 5,670
Charleston, by boats, 1,721 624
" Rtail Road, 1,293 341
Ship'd fim lit Oct. to IstJan. 88,750 83,825
Total shipments, 116.051 90.765
ItECEIPT OF COTTON
At Augusta and Iiamburg,from 1st Oct. to 1st inst.
Stock on hand 1st iust. 32,167 25,027
Ship'd fin IstOct to 1st inst, 116,051 99,765
Deduct stock on hand 1 Oct. 19,528 :t,390
Total Receipts, 128,69M 112,404
Deduct receipts to 1st Jan. 97.514 90,794
Receipts of January, 31,176 21,610
Departed this life, at his residence in
Barnwell Village, S. C., on the 25th De
cember, Wit. Vance, Esq. in the :35th year
of his age. And on the 12th November
preceding, Susan Dart, aged 2 years ; and
on the 7th of December, yet another daugh
ter, lary Muncreof, aged 7 years, all by
congestive fever. Also in this city, on the
16th January, by scarlet fever, Frances H.
Vance, eldest daughter of Mr. I. Nicholes.
and niece of Mr. Vance, deceased.
This catalogue furnishes a mournful re
cord of the vanity of life, and challenges no
ordinary sympathy for the bereaved survi
vors. Sisters who have lost an-only brother,
a mother who mourns for her only son, in
fants who have been made fatherless; and
above all, her whose husband and whose
children have been suddenly taken fronm
her as with a stroke.-Charleston Mer.
B Y virtue of sundry writsof Fieri Facia
. to ae directs d will be sold at Edge
field C. Ilouse, on the first Monday and
Tuesday in March next, the following pro
Landon Tucket bearer, vs, Jacob Lucius
the tract of land where defendant lives,
containing two hundred acres more or less,
ndjo 'aur avpl.aofine lr -eman and others,
ne deman, vs. James .,,.L .,e
..., 6f land where defendant lives, con
taining one hundred and eighty acres more
or less, adjoining lands of George Coleman
Daniel Lucius vs. Thomas Corley and
Zaehariah Corley Thos. Corley's interest in
the tract of land where irs. Pickett lives
bounding lands of Adkin Corley & others
also Thomtas and Zachariah Corley's inter
est in the land where their mothter lives,
containing eighty acres more or less, joining
J.. Calvin and others.
Michael Cox for G. Tennnt, vs Adkin
Corley, one tract of latd containing one
h-mndred and thirty Acres more or less join
ing lands of R. Parks anid othters.
R. C- Jones, vs Joh Goff, one tract of
la nd contaittitng Eighty acres. more or less,
joining A. Sharptont and others.
Te'natit & Quarle-' vs Joi. Roberrtson &~
Elz. Robertsn, Jos. Rtobertsoni's interest
in thte tract of land whtereSamutel Cartledge.
Seni. lives, conitaininig three hunttdred acres,
more or less, joining Wmi. Robertson, Jas.
Tomtkins and othters.
Tenant & Qniarles, vs Jos. Robertson,
defendant's itnterest in the tract of land
where Satmuel Cartledge, sen. lives.joining
Wm':. Robertsont, Jamecs T1omakins & others.
Francis Ocotnner vs. Johni Sturgeneger,
one tract of latnd cottaining onte hundred &
eighty fiur acres, adjoitning D)avid Ardiis,
Samuwel Clark and others.
Martitn Mints, vs John A R carden, othet
plaintiffs severally, vs Johnt A. IRearden,
the tract o1 land where defendant lives,eon
taining one hurtdred atnd ninety six acres,
morme or less, joinintg lands ofiB. Mi. Blocker
atnd others. Termts of stale cash.
WV. H. MOSS, s. s. n.
Felb 12, 1838 e______
C.. Sherifr'M Male.
CM.Fttran, vs, 1H. Shutltz, other
pilantills severally vs. Hlenry Shunltz.
WILL ho sold uttder variouse Execu
tions against the defendant in: the
above stated cases. and hv the written con
setnt of all thte parties inebted either in thea
Executions or itt the property, ont the see.
and Monday in March next anid the da~
following, in the Town of Hamaburg, vari
ous lots itmproved and unimproved in the
said town of Hamburg-and owvned by the
Defendant--HIenary Shtulz. The Sherill
antnounces to the public that he is advisee
that the putrchtasers at this sale wvill obtair
good quiet attd mndisputtable titles-btnt th<~
Sherillfor course will not fee?l it his duty t<
gave warranty tttles.
Terms of Sale. Cash
W II. MOSS, a.E..
Feb. 12. di 2
Bank of Hamnbasarg, S. C
FVnavany 8, 1837.
T lERE will lhe a-delection held at th
Blanaking Hottse on the 12th of Mare]
text, for Seven directors to serve for 11
months.- 1H. H UTCIIHSON, Cashr.
F~ebruary8s,87 e~' 2
LEVE WETHIINGTON, living nen
fooRedy-creek meetittg honise, tolls lie
foeme atn irotn grey horse 8 or 9years old
fotur feet elevetn mtches high. has thte ap
pieatnce of onice havinig the fistula. Ap
p~raisedl at p35.
PETKER QUATTLEBUM, J. C.
Feb.9# - 1MS~ e :1
T HE celebrated Jack, McKintosh, will
be sold at Edgefield Court lioust
on the first Monday in March msext, on a
credit until the 1st of January 1839. The
purchaser will be required to give a note
with two approved securities. McKiutosli
is eight years old this spring, and no older.
ie was got by Ilammon's large Jack, out
of a Jinny, formerly owned by Joel Mc.
Lemore,& Eli Kenerly, the largest Jinny in
the District. He is of common size, owing
to his being badly raised. As a good teaser
and a sure foal getter, McKintosh is sur
passed by no Jack in the State: he has
stood in the Lower part of Edgefield Dis
trict for the last three springs which is all be
ever stood, and for the number of mares he
covered, lie can show as fine mules and as
many of them as any Jack that ever stood
in Edgefield District.
Feb 9th 1838 c 2
M OURNING MATHEWS. living 6
miles cast of Cambridge, on the oldl
Charleston road, tolls before toe, a blood
Bay horse supposed to be nine or ten years
old, no marks or -brand. Appraised tc
D, E. DAVENPORT, J.Q.
Feb. 7th, 1838 c 2
A Young Negro Woman capable for
!louse or Field. Apply at Mr. Penn's
Feb 13, 183G. ft 2
Adm'r of Gertrude J Breit
haupt, deceased, vs Bill for Injunction
John Bauskett, Paul Fitz- Relief and Ac
zimnmons, Robert Watts, count.
Executors of Christian
Breithaupt, deceased, et al.
IT appearing to my sabstection, that the de
fendants Paul Fitzsimmons, Ossian Gregory
Ann E Gregory, Ormond Gregory, Mary In
grami, and Susan Breithaupt, reside beyond the
limits of this State, on motion of Griffin. coin
plainaits solicitor, ordered, that the said Paul. Os
sian, Ann E., Onuoud, Mary and Susan do ap
pear and plead, answer or denmr to this Bil
within three mouths from the publication of thin
order, or the said bill will be taken pro confess<
against them. J. TERRY, c c a
Feb 7, 1838 13: 1
Henry Moore and
Eleanor Moore. vs.
John Bauskett, Bill for Account and
Adm'r of Jno. Moore Settlement.
Win J Wightman
and wife, and o-hers.
IT appearing to my satisfaction. that -
larkness, the sister of the defendant, An:
Vightman, if she is alive, resides beyond th
linits of this State, on motion of Gritlin. con
plainants solicitor. ordered that the said -
Harkness, do appear and plead, answer or d<
.nr to .t.,. w .ga em - atb.. from ti
publication of this order, or that the said bill be
taken pro confesso against her.
J. TERRY, c c r
Feb 7, 1838 13t I
The exercises of this institution will com
wuence on Monday the 5th of the present
lst. under the-direction of Francis Moody
a native of Virginia, who has had consider
able experience in his profession. We in
vite the attenition of Parents and Gunrdin
to the locality of the Ridgeville Academiy
which, in our opinion, is a plae not sur
puassed fori health, by any in the Up-Countra
and respectfully solicit a share of their pa
tronage. Board can be procured in respeta
ble families and convenient to theA cadem,~
at from 7 to 88 per mionth.
RAmEs OF 'rUITION.
Spelling, Reading, and Writing
p)er Quarter $3 0f
The above with Arithunctic and En
glish Grammitar, 5 Of
The above with Geography, Ilistory,
Natural and Moral Philosophy,
Chemistry, Rhetoric, &c. 7 O(
COL. M. WVATSON,'
A. WA TSON,
B. F. IIOATRIGiIT,
M AJ T1. W ATSON. Trustees
E. W. PERRY,.
Feb: 0 1838 tC 1
T H E above is a never failing remedy fuortha
variety of colic, so distressing to~ Intents
anad for wvhich the amost injurious aunodyne suba
stances asre too commonly given. It is safe n
soothing. and instead of producing costiveness.i
uisuazlly opierautes gently on theo bowels.
Tis remtedy hazs nuw beetn used for severa
years, with that success antd approbation, whici
quack medicines muade to sell. cannot commisand
It is extensively used by the best phlysicians si
the country, and to use the language of manmy
mother, acts4 as a charm,. While it allava th
p aiin und lulls tihe child to rest, it does not leav
:be hind it those aunplea.sanit svymptoms, whlic1
Ladainm, Batemauns IDrops, &c. genierally prIe
dusce. Amtple dircectins accompany v arht vi:dl
.and certificates of its etlicamcy (it required) can Is
prodluced fromm the monst respectable citnzens c
Carolina anud Ge'orgia. For sidea by
KITrCH EN & RtOBERTSN,an&rA
EDW~. W EBIB,Anaderson C HI.
WM. H A CK ETT', Pendleton C. I.
D b. E. J. MIMS8, Edgefield C. Hi.
Fe. 138 :f 1
Petit Gulf Cotton Seed.
H~1 E Subscriber oil'ers for sale about Ohe
tTntoiusae Blushiels of P' E T I T G U L I
C OTTrO N S E ED, the nroduct of an lan
portation direct from thme Hil of Petit Gulf a
1835. Also, a few bushels imported from thi
- same lace the Iast year. This Seed has bee
carefully selected from the early and best part<
tihe last'year's crop. Price ofthme formeri 25 cen1i
and the latter 50 coats per bushel. Early apih~~
cation must be made at his residence on' Horn
Creek, Edgelield D~istrict, on the Stage Rona
amnd five miles below the V illage, opposite Horn
Creek Meeting horse and about four hundrs
yards from thme road, on the right sido goisn
down to amburg.
Jan 29, 1838 d 5~2
r The Greenville Mountaineer and Pendlett
- Messenger are requested to give thme above tn
,insertions, andl forward their accounts to this 0i
.fce for paynment.
- Indian iPanacea.
J UST Received a fresh supply of INDIA
PA NA CEA at thes Edgefield Medicine Sto
Eucgtield C. L i .Apnril 1 1W7Ptf,
W ILL Stand the ensuing Season at
Thirty Dollars the Season, Twenty
Dollars the single leap, and Fifty Dollars
insurance, at the plantation of Captain
William B. Mays, four miles below Edge
field Court House, on the Stage road lead
ing to Augusta. Ample preparation for
care and attention to mares will be made.
They will be pastured and fed on grain, (if
required.) at twenty-five cents per day.-,
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at tho
risk of the owners, although every attention
will be paid to prevent them.
NULLIFIER, is a beautiful Bay, hand
somely marked with a delightful coat of
hair, which sIews his superior stock. His
appearance is commanding-he is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
le will be eight years old this spring-is
full 16 hands high having superiorsize, large
hones, and is as well muscelled as any other
horse, in this or any country, and lies as
N. 1.-Any person who will make up
a company of five mares, and become re
sponsible for the payment will have the
privilege of putting them at twenty-five dol.
lars the Season.
The Season will commence the fifteenth
of February, and end on the tenth of June
Fifty cents to the groom in every instanco
Performance of Nullifier's Colts.
NULLIFIER'S COLTS are now run
ning as well as any colts in this country.
On the Norfolk course, Spring term 1837,
Jane Rowlett by Nullifier,; three years old,
beat the Sweepstake race, mile heata win
ning the first and second heat. Time 1 min
52 sec.-1 min. 50 sec. See Turf Reg.
July, 1837 p. 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) Fall
meeting, W. R. Johnson's b. f. by Nulli.
fier. three years old, run a Sweepstakes,two
mile heats, for which four other colts of the
best stock, were entered. This race was
lost by Nullifier's colt, but she was second
best, and contested the race most gallantly.
The last heat is pronounced "ery interes
ting and the best Iteat during the week. See
T. Reg. Nov. 1837 p 559.
On the Union (L. I) course, Fall meeting
Antoinette by Nullifier. won the Sweep
stakes for three year olds, two tmile hents,
winning the two first heats. Sec Ama T.
Reg. Nov. 1837 p. 569
Feb. 1, 1838, tf 52
ALL Persons indebted to the late firm of
... GEDDINGS& Bes'5E.I., and those indebted
to the Subscriber alone are earnestly requested to
nake innediate payment, or, in default thereof,
they will find their notes and accounts in the
hands of an officer for collection. The Subscri
ber is exceedingly anxious to close his old busi
ness, as he has sold out to Messrs. RANSOM Se
MITCHEL L, his entire stock of Goods, and ii
desirous of leaving the State. The Subscriber
begs leave here to inform thoe who are indebted
to him, that he will remain a short time at his old
stand, where he can be seen at any time during
his stay, and should he be absent when persons
may call to see him, that Messrs. Ransom &,
MY ac'...y..,,..... ...---aals eu,.
Hamburg, S. C. Jan 18, 1838 c 51
HE undersigned intending to be absent
.Lfrom this State and the State of South
Carolina, after the 1st of April next, re
qunests that amy claims against him may be
handed in to John B. Guieu, Augusta,
Richard Ankerson, South Carolina, or to
htmself. And lie requests those against
whmom he has claims to settle them with
time two named persons or with himself'
before ho sets out.
JOHN BURGESS, sen.
Augusta, Jan. 28, 1838 ac 52
Thne Edgetield Advertiser will publish thne
above fo'r three monthmis and send account
to the Augusta Constimutionalist offiee.
T IE Subscriber oliers for sale his tract
of Land, within two and a half miles
of Edgefield Village, and adjoining landsof
B. Minms and C. J. Glover. The tract con
t ains Two Ihundred Acres. If not disposed
of ait p:-ivate sale previousn to the firat Mon
day in May~, it will on that day be sold to the
Feb 5, 1838 ef'tf
RANAWVAY from the Subnscri
ber on the night of the 5th of'
Febnruary last, f romu my plac'e two
miles from Hamburg. S. C. a negro
main named lIEN, ubout fo~rty-tivo
years old, five feet six inesig.
'1'he above reward I will pay' for
delivairing him to mie, or piuttilg him
Hlamburg, March26,.1837 if 8
ber, on the nii 'lit of the 29thi November last.
h Iands high; her right eye is out. though it caninot
be perceivedn without close exaumntion ; no other
umark recollected. Any infornniiion conicerninw
said Mare will be thmankhdmly received, anid will ho
compensated by thne Sub~scribier.
W. B. MERlWETHlERl.
Hiambusg. S. C. Jan 18, im f 51
GRAY, Esq. of Hlambuirg, S. C. will
e atns miy attorn'ey in fact, as wvell as nat
aw, duriang miy absensce fromt the State~
~ Jan4i ~ J. D. COVINGTON.
- 7AKEN Up on 'f'hunrsday nmorning,on Hiorsa
s Creek, about 9 muile,. from Augusta, Ga., a
I, very large dark hay Horse, his right eye out, has
s a white spot on his forehead, a small white spot
I on his back, switch tail anid black legn. The
g owner is requested to come forward, prove prop.
orty, pay expenses and take him away.
Sept 23, 1837 - tf 84
a Law Notice.
L. BOilA Moie his professional
* servicces, in aw and Equtity,to the
a ccupled by Bauskett & Wigfall, opposite
e Mr. Glover's Hotel.