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tiitability of youth. 'To hism who hias with
cred tndar feverish and oakios cares what
more than the tiotghtless mnda merry heart
of boyhood ? Who'will compnre tle tame
pleasufehof man, with thI'e thrilling ex.itey
of that passion of passios-First Love!
All-potent Euchanirdss! pt thy very name
the sWee-teinriories of the past crowd fast
and nhingly upon its. To reel again thy
delicious inatoxichtion, thy soul-subduing
wiachery, who wbuld not onco moore- b a
NEw YORK, Marchl 3.
The- northern mail of this morning has
brought us important advices from the fron
tier. We believe that every arsenal o the
New York border las been broken open
anl robbed by the band of lawless 'pirates'
infesting the frontier, and claimaing to he
"patriots !" Truly, if they are .patriots,
tien wasJohnson's sarcastic deftimtion true,
that 'Patriotisi is the last refuge of a scouu
PROCLArATo.-The Governor of this
State issuad his proclaaation on Thursday,
offering rewards of $250 respectfully for
the information that shall lead -to the dotee
tion and conviction of tIhe persons who
broke open the arsenals at Batavia, Water
town, and Elizabethtown, nud stole there
from certain property of the State. Also
n reward of $100 for mformation lem:ing to
the detection and conviction of persons
guilty of feloniously taking away may piece
of ordnance. belonging to the State, fron
any guti-house, or from the- custody of the
person havinig chaarge thereof. The reward
of $250, in relation to the robbery of the
arsenal at B1atavia, is in addition to a like
reward which is olTered by the keeper of
From the Albany Argus of March 2.
NoRTREin Fnontier.-Letters from the
\Northern frontier, addressed to the Execu
tive, give the following informati n:
The keeper ofthe State arsenal at 3ata
via writes on the 25th ult. that tihe arsenal
was broken open on the previous night,and
about 100 musketsaud 1000 lbs. of powdter
A letter from A. C. lanud, keeper of tihe
State arsenal at EliznetlhtownEssex coan
ty, da'ed the 26th ult.. states that it was
broken open on the previous night, and rob.
bed of nihout 1000 muskets, with hay'ontets
fixed, 26 rifles, 20 pair of pistols, a large
quantity of knapsacks,and perhaps a ganimo
tity of cartridge boxes. The back door was
forced by at iron bar.
They are supposed to have been taken
in several sleighs, and were tracked north.
Messengers had been seat in every dirce
lion, but Mr. 11. believes that the property
is secreted within a few miles, unless it has
been transported into Vermont. The galus
were mostly old, but recently cleaned, pol
ished and oiled. Mr. 1H.had applied prompt
ly to Gen Wool fir aid in :he recovery of
Despatches are from Gen.. Wool to the
25h inclusive,datel at head quarters,Cham -
plain. The early indications nfquiet had
given place to a revival of Lhe Canadian
actively enanged in collecting md concen
trating b~etweenChamplain ilnd( Plattsburgh
supplies of ctannioni, carriages, hal, smaull
arms and ammunition, with the avowed in
tention of invading Canada, tie first favor.
able opportunity, at three points, viz: at
Swanton, Vt. Plaatsburg, and at some point
between Ogdenburgh and Wnaertown.
Time main) attack, it wats believed wvas in.
tended to proceed from the Chaipliain tron
tier. These erreamstanaces hadh inadneed
Gen. Wool to call for tlhree coanpanieias of itt
fitutry militia, anad someia thirty or~ forty
anoonnted menm. T1his corps laud heen imali
ciouasly distributeal at thle propelr ptasses,witha
intstruactions to de'ttan th'emi thae maoamet
their remocval should he attemipte'd :andl the
greatest vigtilanee wvas exercised to prevet
atnd ar-rest these mtovceents, amnd with ex
A" -aterintl ebannig had tiakent lace itn
mloIafia'imal. so mniaeh so, thaat it was
thioughdt Gent. 'Voa wvonl be nhle to ob
taun a voltuteer~ rCe suafficiet to aaaswera
all ,present purposes, 4 postseript t o (Get.
MV.'atletter of the 2-5tht, st,,....s aan at mtack
or ani attempjt. woutld son he maude in thaat
Letters from Ogdeansburg of thme zs,
stalte t hat athe citizenis whlo ha~d goane fri a
that vitity to the Frtench Creek are rm
tutrmng htomae-thiat butt athree coaanaIie's
were orgatnizedl on flickory Islatnd, oat thme
Cainada si e of thme river-thant most of thoase
;iasemblled at Frenchi Greek "'exentsedl lthm
saelvesa fromi erossing"-t hiat Gaen. Skinnater,
whlo hndc beeni depauted lay Gen. Woiol fair
the sevie wvith ordhers toenall otnt a batttal
ion fromn Glen, I Iazletoai's brtigadle. htad
renee ateria Vamtowni, anal wonkla proce'ed
forthwith to F'renchl Creek. natd endeavor
to seenre- the arms, &c. belonging to ,the
W1e copy the followving letter fr-om thec
Albany Elveuning .Jonata:
'"Not aonly the peopjle, hut miany mtilhit arv
ad civil aotleers at 11no Norm h, :are eia ter
Ia penmly or seeretly cnniving at thme attacmk
nhout to lie madle. Every thing is now
tendling thtat way, nnda I expaect tat hear
that either last aight or this imonting thea
risimg tooak place, praohnbly nt Mi-sis1pmi
iUay- Gen. Wool hats twvo coampantiaes otf
M~1ilitia at Chlanlian, and a few imorae tat
Peru Village. 'lThe efliciency mnay casily
lie estitmated." -
Monzjo, March 1.
The Newv Orlenans papers recently r
ceivead advicos front I lotstomn. TIexas, as
late as the 17th Febariary. 'fThe news is
of nto imtiport anace omaly ina coaanfimin thea
peaco antd icreasimag prospierity of thte
Thte following are ta few items of the piri
ces aenrre'nt at I [tanstonm.
A pples 81l2 per barrel ; baconi hams 2.5
eents per Ib. ; butmter, retail, S I pearI ba.
e'vgs, par adoz., 8-2 ; lonr, seanre, 6-20: onits
80~ per- sack ; Pork, mness, 6'20 a -'l5- pe
baarre-l ;Potatoes S% per- barrel ; samlt SSpe
rThe cattoin crop aaf TIexas it is statead,
will atmannI to 5(1,0t00 balaes..-worth Iabotm
$ l2,000,00i0. Tihere wvat a coaznsidearalea
fath aof snow ont thte th, andl thet weather
wais so coldl as to frec.ze. sevcraml indais iduaais
The Pennsylvania Keysione, printed it
Harrisburg, state dist the (tli section of
tha.bank bill, then -inder discussion in the
Housti of Representatives of that sate, re
qjuiring the banks unedhditionally to resume
specie payments on the 16th of' Muy next.
passed a second rending on the 24th1 Feb.
by a vote of56 to 22. From the same pa.
per we copy the following:
Negro Suf.rage.-We learn that fite Sn
preme court has unuaninously decided that
negroes are not entitled to vote in Paennsyl
vania. It was ascertained that this very
question was determined in the sate way
by thbeigh court of errors and appeals in
Philadelphin in 1794, shortly after the Con
stitution was formed. Thus i6 the vexed
question settled, very little, we suppose to
the satiifiction of Gov.R itner nand his frieis
for they lose soune tlotusndIls of' votes by it,
to secure vhich, his EIxcellency hab- b;een
for sonic tine adroitly entering.
A man named W. M. lirigham was mor
tally wounded with a dirk by a fellow nam
ed John C. C. Quick, on ahe' evening of'
Wednesday last, in a bra wvi which occurred
tat a gamhling~ table, in ith HIouston Ionse.
in this city. Urigham ha-; since died.
Quick is in irons. Several persons who
haivo recognized him, state that lie has com
mnitted five mzurders! A fit companion for
Jones, with whom lie is now ituprisoned,
and who has been clarged with three nur
der-s! Parm nob1ile fratrumi. Douhtless,
these miscreants, confiding in fle sla:e
nentis of certain learned editors, have stp
posed that Texas woiad prove a safe nsy
um rr murderers. A couiplc oailters
may ere long cause them it entertain more
clerated notions of the morals of' our flellow
This disgraceful trianactiin may posi
bly convince certain fifrers of justice ihat
gailaling snay lie prioildctile of evil.
Voud tlit they could lie as tloronligly
convinced of the awful Iruth tla t t lie blooli
of this victim is upon their iands.-T:.run
Ice in the Mississippi.-In the neighbor
hood of' Mlemphis Iand Randolph, file his
sissippi is covered with masses of, floating
ice. Ins some places ailie fields ofice stretcli
across te river from hank to bank, so as to
choke up the stream and oahtruct the navi
gation. Opposite to Radollii a sta:tioaolry
bridge has been formed, which exten'ids from
shore to shore. It is apprehended, that
mnny flat boats will ie lWt. The navigation
a brough such heavy inasses of ice is verN
diflienlt, anid whein small Craft get wede'd'il
i inamoig them, there is.. at danger of theair
hemg crushed Th Steamboa't Suhianna,
hound above, hadi discharged her fIieight at
Memphis in- contseiptientce of tie state of th
river. anal was taking in cargo for New
Orleans. The steamer Splenidid was re
ored agrou nd ins the viciiity of P!ttn P'oint,
aand the Invindible teat miles above Mem
pliis.-NA. 0. Budletin.
Ilahersham Iron lforks.--We are in
forned that the llabersham iron works and
nanufacturing company, have just deticlnaed
per share of one hundred dolhirs. This
company was chartered at the last legislative
sessioni, with the usual irivileges grainted to
such nssociations. We are happy to per
ceive sueh eviaence of the valuie of oir
heretofire unexplored internal resoinres.
and hope alit tIhe coimiay will not only
carry out their extensive design, but also
continue to realize profits they so jr.si ly de
serve. Pioneers in an ituiner t ak itng mn.tt
niecesarily incur the risks anteund~iam tn ex
periti enu, anal shanlad thier'fre lie enatit lad o'
larger iretturns thian thosie whia :tire a'iitteta to
foallowv the fooctstepis of' lieir pr'edecaessir.
The comiipany3 aowns deaciidedly the besit waiter
pow~ier' in the State, besides iron nre', timbelir,
limestone, anda every o~l'thr material reajaniread
for' carrtynte on extenisivae imianufltatig nop
e'rationts. TFhe wior'ks nre situated abtii
three mailes f'rom (Claarksville, iniI laibershmamn,
coun tty, aiid are huighly' spiokena of' biy till who
hiave visited them.--t.-A uguista Constitu.
.-I/lantic Steon .\arigatin.-A t last the
lng tilealediof atteinit tai natiigate th'e At
I a:mue' by3 steati is ('ertainly on lie pintt aif
be'aig matde. 14t. .J Iluskain af' ithe fliyal
N avy, arr'ivaed here ain Thnursayi f'raom Liv
erirnil in thle Gzarrick, for' thle lipirpiosea aof
maki ing nec essary ;aranemeet for itheta re
cept ioin of1 the ' gri'ai wvetn tteamii nhiip,"
tand fori !kedling up ant imearcaurse by her
imeatns, wii5 eith'e Jh'itain. Shle is :alren
ady bauilt, a ndla i n in l~oio taking in
her iinachlintery. Ilavinia neempiat hediaa She
obljeer, of his piresent iiiyagae, La. H-osleni
will imcn iil y elrn trn tad al sninet the
caimmiianal tif Shis vi sel, in wIhbhe exper'ts
to artrive at this nil ini lie courise of' the
mnth oaaf A pril tiext. IIir pointo dal'aeptar
tuare arc BIristail anal New Yoark. She is
aibout t I >3t tons bunrden', and( it is calenilateda
wvill carry ablont Gilt touis oft ca'al.
Satu 'York Courier t4; Ekn:uiinr.
At CXis::.--Why shioubi mani ever adii' uni
ader the aipplien:tion afi'cia sta'el air lih'aled
if thle fiolloinuvitg ncoann ii f'romi th e Liiondi
Lanaeet lie trite! L ea those nhoriiaeeive- :
piluntge fa'om a llowiie knif'e t ako caarc not toi
"phat k the enrscid steal nway3,"' it ni ill wiork
ont of itself'--Hioston, C'our.
R. Symns, ag'ed 20, of' thea Belvidaera, was
placcad oan the sick lint iin .1 tite. I d31. with a
biile aon the right siide aif his batck, rea ther be
lowv the shotnider' TIhis wian aoptned, iad a
black, shaininig subhstanuce dhniscvered at the
bottomn of the wvian. Tlhea opienlig ni'us
mtade larger, andma it was Giamtul to lie a piece aif
steel, abiout the size oala riamiroad, too, firuily
biaeae to bet etasi ly retmoavead. 'Tha tasm'd
a'eat ment wvansi p neada util etaarly ini A tngunt,
wiuci a f'ree isiion wan mtadae, atmi, tat thle
suirpirise oft all.present, a twa-ptrongedu kita'h
eat f'ort, brttoken, shor't ait the ha adlhe anil,
minsta t ha laower ptart oif aine of the pironugs,
wasit extrmacteal. 'l'lhe m ail dkecla real haisalf'o
lie tail ailly uabtle tot acecotiat fort its prewee,
awiil t here wiats (only a v'ery :.lighit mnark ait lais
backe rathe rei aasemiiahng ai vaccintiationispoit
than thec sear of' ta wvotund in te caourse' aif
last Navemaber lit aigai'n ctame iuiader Dri.
Bt.r'na's noatice, wvhen the reimainiing poraitin
aif' the fpraug wvas fotm ti n itthet left side' olilte
neck. htaving' workedl itself a-pasage fiauom
lie r'ight siade of the funch. It was easily rc
tuov'ed. nuiti t men.. ..~. ... a..
SINGULAR CIRCUBSTrANCE -WO learn
from the New York Commercial Adver
tiser of the 1st instant, that at tihe.present
time thore is'in I)ort but one pf the old Liv
erpool packets, the England, but one of E I
K. Collins' line, the Garrick both of which 4
were to have sailed the next mourning, but
one of Grinnel,& Mintorn's line, the Penn
syleaniat. to sail on the 8th instant , but one
of tle London line. Ithve Pennssyleani, to
sail on the 2n1d inst., sand but one of tie
llavre packets, the Eric, to sail oi the 3rd
A singular aecident openrrel to the steam
packet New York onl her last passage from
Charlest on to this port.. The boat we lenrn
f'romn a passenger, was absolotely rin higir
tnd (try on Absecom 1each, whore she
reiained ir upwards of two days, when
she was got oir without iaiving experienced
lie slightest damiage: The New York ar
rived hmere yosterday morning in 10 hours
1i-oi the Beael.
From the .isaq'nsta Comstitutionalist, march .
AUGUSTA AND IIAMlURG MARKE.T.
Co-rrun,-Since the first inst there has
been little or no huisiness done in ourcotton
tiarket,ats liolters have shows, no disposit ion
to sell, and huyers no disposition to operate.
Onl Sunday last we received advicts from
Liverpool to the 8th Januarv, via New Or
leans, whieli had the efil'et ol'further depres
;in prires in 1his market, and since that
tiite sales have been made at a half centI
ileeline fromn our qnotations a week ago.
From warehouses tie sales during the past
week rcn'h only about 700 his, which were
iisiposed of it froin 7 to I I cent. All over
J4 Cents, was sold lreviouts to londy last,
snd the gencral nyerae of sales since tiit
ine tihs been s1t 8.19 !4 eents. We quote
as the extremes 7 a 10 cents.
GnoeMsnui.s.-A fleir iusiness doing in tite
retail way ; by wholesale tihe transactions
have iot een worthy of notice.
Exentaco e.-Still continups senree in our
i -rket, partienlarly onl New York amid
Charleston. The riates at presient are, on
New York, at sight, 7 per cent prem; ott
i'hil:1delindi, Hoston, and Balnitmore 5 per
Vent ; on Charleston 4; ont Savannnh a;
Specie is worth ( a 7; Treasury notes (,
and I!. S. Bank Bills 654 percent preni.
The Iank of Ilamhur. just across the
river, is drawimi. (on New York at 5 per
censt pret; ani on Charleston, at A per cent I
for- their own ami other South Carolina hills,
which iakes the hills of that bnaik( worth inl
our imarket 14 a 2 per cncut prem.
From the Charleston Cutrier, Marrh 3.
CllAllLISTON MiA RimT.
COTTON-WC have Oif altemrition - re
cord inl the prices of Uplantd Coio, since
utir review ofthe 24th ult. Tho iarket,
however, has ibeln very tinsettled throttgh
out the week, witih liiited ales, i coin
pirison wvth te business istlaly dioe at
this season of the year. The present high
rate of freiiht. ani fite anxiety withs which
further accounts fromt i-'rope are looked
for, have in many insiannes'ininenced buy
ers, who would otherwise hive enteredi the
market. lit the meantime, our stock is ne
ctittiting, and it is imnpossilie to cotnje
down. The aggregate quantity of strictly
prime comimg In, In proportion to the other
1ualtiies, contintes sitall, hience the de
itmnd which lias- previtled since the com
mencemeit of tihe season for this descrip
tiot of Upland. The tramtnctions comprise
1460 bales, at from 84 to 11:- eints.
Ittes.-Thle lice mnarket has also been
isn ani unset tled state since oim last. Somse
holders have snhmit ted to a declinie. whilst
ot hers wai no it opierate unsless at formter
rates, w iehi thtey, its a few insstancses, oh
5iie for at s itly 1primens article.
Comns.-Ther arrsivals of Corns~s withIini the
last fotnsighst amionnrt to niear70.Ottt) btusels
whichm hass cotmequlenstly thrtoswnm Iainrge
stock itnto oinr smrkemt. Wholsesale tranis
actjints have beens tnade :at it slecinme ont last
wueek's prices. Wet gntote nseorigly.
1' rtum lie gnntstyis of Oasts whIiebs has re
entyriv mi*edm, ai decline in iprice has beeni
subitiited to. A smnall paircei of Pents bro't
7(0 cetnts; Cargt sales lilay we qutote $1 25
a S1 :50, per 1001.
F.o-n.--Very little has bseen sdone in thmis
article since onrs last. A hoiut 10 (thibis. Ial
timaiore brouisght f~ 1. We qttome $84 to 9.3
nierrdmin ) 10 quality.
Bteos.-Th'le niarke.t hams biecomeo duli,
andl sales ihave beeni ci'ectedi at nt declinte ont
tast week's prices. Ahtout 5,500) lbs. lii.
sttire entrediI lamiss smntil size, bsrosmght 13
esents: and 4,500) lbs. Shtotshiers ast II cetnts.
At stnctionm.a Isis of West phmaliail Iams,broutii
19I a 21 ets.
L~nuw.-Ahstt lot0 kegs Bsaltimoitre Lard
sol at 1)4 e's. per lit.
Sa.-r.-Liverpsool Snek Sailt lhts been
selling at osur gnosrationss--22 per stnek.
iAho,.Assu~s.-.\houat 76 binsis. i svasna,
soldi at 3 ets and parSt ofnm Cargot inst sir
r ivedi fromt Nent its brougsthtirtm :5 to3
S r(.Ants.-Of Lou15isianal abouit I(00hhitts.
bsronsghmt 7 to 7.j;:'t ttnseos'ados hmave beent sel
hssg sat from 8im to 10.
Corri'ers.-Ahsoust GOOt hnags greenm Csun
C'olee brtenght frostI lin 124 ets. per ibt.
TheIs follsowying. tcomputaiitison of prices son
she, ntt tpr ove oc ssf (osit tin iviI~iierpoolti,
msay ibe issefttl .to t hose ssnmnegnas~initedt wvith
thie vulte of sterlinig enrre'ms1, nmtd whot amre
at ai loss ts remnder thet rates s'f thIe Li vtrpootl
ismarket, inito ass r ownt ensrrencey. We*s propose,
at time clses of ste bumsinmess --easson, fusrnishi
mst a csomplete amsii mmtinme tabile of iso cisi
oif costssns frsom isis etounttry whets laid doswn
mi averpools, ast thme sill'erent shsmsiss ini prices.
ainsl inclusdinig time varsjius chtarges necersing
tiheresn, sn bth sitdes, cossmp1iledl from nno
meronss accousnts of sales, :sand whsich, for
futures~ referenice. ivill ben bonsssd with this
Nsett psrscteeds of satlIes imn l.iverpsoo, e'stin
to sg Idm treigh1t, i15 er sent ps im. ona ltehme,~
aniss mintda ig '24 per cnit (onnsi-i sion Oin lIoth
5 pencee stsr :i-. in Iivierposol, et ti ti cen~ 'ts
DINo at his residence in this District, on
115th int. John L Gray, in the 64th year
if iu age.--ommbhiiated.
The Edgeield Cestu'al Tensi
ERLANCE hOARD -The Anniversary
aleting of this Board will be held in the
1aptist . Meeting House of this place, oi
ruoesday evening ilto 271h instant, during
he meeting of Court. The Annual Ad
Iress will be delivered by the Rev, Air.
5UAREs of Aiken, directly after the ringing
ir the bell. An attendance of the Dele
;ates at the hour is respectfully , regnested.
W. B. JOHNSON, Chairman.
Vew Sprinag amd Sununner
G 0 OD .
HI' Subscriheti hieg leave to inform their
friends and the publie generally, that they
ro now receiving their SPRING AND SUIM
I ER Stock of GOODS, consisting of
1tick and blue black Italian Lustring Silks,
jolored Gro de nap, do
ick Sincew-It' do
iler. Blhk Bombazinea,
L good assortment Ladies ilmey Hankereiief,
(o do do do do Belt lRibbons.
.adies black aind white Silk and Cotton Gloves,
do black and colored Kid do
do blk, white & color'd Cotton & Silk Hose,
dci gReen, white and black Ganze Veils,
qlain, Jackonet, M till, Swiss, & Book Muslins,
'igured and Checkcd do
1 i nsin Worked Collars,
'lain Bobinet Footing and F.dgings,
k good assortmnent of Prints, Ginghais and
iuted Jackonet do
'lid SViss. do
'rinted French Cambries,
i n-4!ortment of LadieS lonneIttts,
Jlnnet and Calp Itibbonls.
Also, fer Gentlemrn's S.iumamer it'ear,
Ilack, bluentul brown Camtblet,
Maick and brown twilled Smniner Cloths
trowvn and white Drillig, and brown Liunns,
i few piece.s Georgita Nnnkeeins.
1Vhite & eolor'd 31arseilles & Valencia Vesting,
silk 'ocket Ilandkerchie-fs,
Ulso. llark, blhte and invisible Green Broad
entleimen's color'd. white tnnd brown half I lise,
d4 plain uand pleated Boinhazine Sticks,
do do do Isatini do
do inxen Bosons an11d Collars,
do black and eutlored Ilosk. Gloves,
1-4 Irish Linen.s and loclied Shirtings.
I gooi.pply t03-4. 7-8 und 4-4 brown Shirt
im nnd 5-4 Sheetinigs,
Paid und sip ed D1omestics, and Bed Tickins
largo supply of Summer I lats,
3entleien's Shoes 11(and Fine Pmnitaps,
Ladies and M isses Shoes and fine Slippers,
School Books, Cap and Letter Paper.
Also, a general assortment of
[lardware, Saddlery. Crockery and Tin Ware
Together with a supply of
Vaicluse Osnanhirgs and Co'tton Yarns,
nd iany other articles too tedions to euinerte
They feel very thankful fir the liberal putron
ige heretolire received. and hope by strict .atten
itn to husines-s to merit a coutinuniee of thl
;ame. NICIOLSON & fltESLEY.
Edgelield, March 14, 1838 tf 6
New Spriang ad Sutannaen
G 0 0 "D S.
IHE Subscribers respecftlly inforn
their customers and the publick gener
4-gaasy k ae.i n iL SOtjst rec-eiveu tar ige siny
ply (t choice English, French and Americat
rooids eibracingig every variety of staple ai
lancy goods, stiited lo the Spring and Sui
mer trade. Also a large stpply of Grocruis
Crockery, Saddles. Hats, Shoes and Bioots
all of which they will sell on the most ren
onable terms. for cadsi, or on credit te
1)1p nitual enstoimer.
Those who wish to gct good bargains wil
do well to give them a cnll.
6 L. & I-. PENN,& Co.
New Spu'iuag amid Sussata
C L 0 TIL.YG,
W i1 have njst rec-eiv-ed a honattitelid asor
mentr ot GiOOl)S i'or Geuntiee's Sun
tier Coals, P'antadoons emit I 'rsts, which thay or
htpmreareto have imiade utp in thle maost FA~5i1
IONABILE STY' IE, aiiit on reamsennle( te-rmi
Also, a ge-nerail assortmnent lteady Mlade Cto-rt
iso, suited to the seaisont.
- IIATS. RIIOES A ND )ROOTJS.
1200 Pair of Shoe's tand B.ots embitrcintg,-va-r
style and vtariemty have- just bieen reeived lby th
S'tbscribe-rs, wfiich, togetthier with the-ir thrmei
Stoc k. make a genieral ande comtplete ntisltmeta
selomi f'tmad in the couantry.
Also. a haidsea assortmtentt ot FAf lIlINA
fiLE IIATS. snited to the se-as.n. Tat whiel
thley invite the aittentionl o 'the-ir entscomei,-.
6. 1.. & E. P1'.NN & Cat.
E~dgefilda, Mlarch 141. 18:M tf ti
School nand MY isecllitoua:
T HE Sublsciribe'rs have ni htandt a e
eral assortmrient of Xcheool dl 31/.sed
luntus Books, ammontgst which arie Smtith
A rithmnetic, Samith's Ge~ography ande A th'
andit Smith's Griianuna, whlih are bai'h!
alpproedSCa of andI recc-omnedt Iby the he:m
Ci. L,. & E. PE NN, & Co.
Edgefkid, Marcha 1.1, 183tI 6
TiIE TIIOIIOUl'I tIRED Jlo1;s 1.
WILL statnd the enisniing Sp~rintg Se
socomnmencinag on the I10ta intstar
at James Roge'rs', 11ith at Iiitarsoni'
I-itht andl 13 at Turner's Store, 1-lith at (Glo)
er' hotel. Edgrelil (. I1., 15th at Pin
I louse, 16th and 17th mt Jnurdetn's, ont Etli
to, andl 18Sthantd l0th at my Stable ont thI
I iidge roadl, and w-ill atited each plac
every tenth day utntil 10ith of Junte. i
~vil lie let to mtares a, $8 lie single v-isi
812 the seasont, $15 to iin-r. In ever
minstance tlio insuranco money w-ill be-comi
dliue ae stoon ats the mnrc is known to la
wnhtl foal or exchanged. A comtpany v
sevsen mares shall lie entitled to a dedte-tin
of SI ott cach aret bty one ahpprov-ed tma
b)eomting responsibtle for- the whoIle(. A
possibele eare 'aken to pr-event necidet
butt I wd-il not hte iresponsi ble for anys.
For particnlars of his Pedigree see lhan
bills, It. WAgl I
Ridge. March 10th 38. d*G6
Niaaskeeun Cottoui Seed, For' Sai
a IROM fotur to five hundred butshiels
-L geuinte Nankeen Cotton et-eed ca
he had tat one IDollar per binshel bty apply
inig to the subiscriber at Mr. James Hones'
Jani. 1 1P?17 JOINII ,I hl-S
StaIte of -'outh Carolina.
Aaron Lomax~ & others 11 by
Ex'r. of ilugh Morrah dee'd Ex'r for
vs. Jane Morrah widow advice dl
and others. frection &c
T appearing to my satisfnction thatJohr
B. Moritah and Robert Morrah two o
the defenulants in this case, reside withou
the limits of this State, onl motion; Ordered
that they do severally appear, & plead, nnt
sn% er or lemur, to the hill of complaint in thi
case, within three months from the date o
this publication, or ihe said bill of com plain
will le taken pro confisso, as against then
WM. C. BLACK, C. U, A. P.
Cnomn'r's Offire, March 8 1838, tec 6
Stite of 'South Clinoia.
Patriek Duncan. vs Elizabed Bill toiforc
Culiens and others, heirs of close Airt
Williann, Cillens. decesed. -gage.
IT appearing to my vatisfitetioti that Eliza
heth Cullens wiidow, mid tiehard Culle.
atd Elijah (ulk-n.. sons of William Cillens, de
ceased, deinelinis in this cats. re!'ide beyond the
limfits o' ihis State: Ordered thmat they severally
do a ppear and plead,'answer or demar to iz
hill ait're-4d. within three months f'rom the pub.
lieationl of this order, or the said bill will, as t<
then respectively. he takene proemrfesso.
WM. C. BilACK, C,-E. A. D.
Coinm'r'5 Office, Marcb 6, j#38 ac 6
rlIIE Cotnmissioners of Public uinild
Tr itis ihr Edgefield District will receiv
writteni proposals, until the Wllth of Apri
next for the erectin) of a new BRIeeK CoUM
Uousi: in said district. Tn. ottlinges om hi
hntihling are Is folbows : 10 b0y 48 ft., 28 ft
pitch ;-a passage runnitng lengithwise thro'
the loawer story with three offiees on eacl
side, the Cottrt rooms and two inry room
to be ill tle iuiper story, antd al'( 3weo rane'
< (of seats for spectators. A two story por
ticn at the end3.
urthet in tformation, na to the details ma
lie had. andt a plat of' the buildhig see[
by applying to the utidersigned.
A. 11. ADDISON, Chlairman.
EeF.'1miel U. 11. Mtarch Ist, 13.5 1 r
The Anugusta Chroticle and Sentine
will give the above six wqekly insertions.
A CAR D.
H L. JEl'FERS & Co. neknowl
1 edges reniewed olli;:ntions to thei
friends and Cti~omers for the very libera
patrolaire hereltoore biestowed onl thet
anld beg lcnve to anniionntee. Ilat they havo
now on hand, and will cottinue to receive
a well selected assortinetit of GOODS
Brown need Lionf Stugar.
Green atl White Coilee.
N. 0. & Stutar lionse Molasses,
Wine and Spirits of the best selection,
Canal Flour-whole adt half i bis.
Bale Rope and Bitgitng
Iron and Steel,
Together with all other articles in the Gro
oer Line:-which they will sell, or send v
Order, Warrunted Good, at the lowest mar
They also contin01e to transnet Comnui,
sion Businrss, includiin receiving anid li
warding (if Goods; 2tnd tetnder to the
1rieids assurance of their hest attention
Orders in that line- o business.
llliturg. iMareh 18:38. tf 5
The Pendletotn Messenger will ineert il
above four inies anna sed their bill fi
paIyent to 1. L. J.
Tax CollectormN Notice,
WV'Il.1 ttiend the folloinitg plaees
-1colleet T ax tot t he ye at I 18:7.
On M[ondlay ;5th of 3lat'ch at P'ine I Jots
- JTesdlay (hth Ridge,
F.ridlay 11th '" Pope1S',
Mondny J2tht " W, N 3loort
'lTuesday 13th " Richardson
"' Wednesdayll 1dth "' A lhen's,
"' Thursday 1th " Smyh-y's,
" rialtith "' Shlepperd's
"' Stturdhay 17th" Une',
" Tuesday "01th "' Park'so,
" Weetsdy 21st "' M idhIletons'
"Ihuirsdlav 22tnd ' Collier's,
" Friay t ".rdl " Chlerok.ee 1Pom1
"' Saittray 2dth "' Heach leh
WVeesdayl ofl the first
week oif C'onrt at 1'dgefiehal C:
- eb19l13I e .1
'I Febnlarv Sh 1il : . i
fieldI~ hats been uty ap ~hpoinited urn
ade(4 Pamster of thei secontd Br igal
with the rankl of Catain, onaae will be obe
ed and( respected necord itgly.
By order(*3 of Brig Ge. ,. I;. 1 T e~tn-r.
Ii- IF. NI JUil lsON.
Mrebl Sthl 1'38~ d . ri'g. Maijor.
L Athio the Prodelivet SysVte.t Als
Sm31ith3's P racticatl an31enl1 ai Arirthmeti
ewith a variety of other Senloot. HooK
mnly lhe fimnd at the Store of~
C. A. DOWD.
Mareb 7, 1838 .f f5
pgFI II is Stubscribers wvill give a libel
n1 p~rice for hIliESWAX, TAILI,0\i
31nn ail 'A'I'hlR S.
II KIThCIIE'N & RIOlftiRSON.
, I~rmburg, Mntreb 3, 1838 S
d Execuutor% Sale.
BYV Order of the Oiianry, I will ofI
for sate at the Old Wells, 031 TIuesdg
- the 10th of A piril nex't, aill thle Estet,-Re
-and Personal oif Mrs. Sarahl Wise, decease
if on at credit tuntil thle 25tb of D)ecembet nes
t Pnureinasers to give ntot and tw~o approvc
F.NOCIIlB. PRF El4Ey.
Erecutor mei' 1 the WIill anne.re
Manreht 7. 19'ta
BLOCK TIM AND JAPAN
T lE Sticriler lnson linl verv larg
supply of ready inade TIN WAIt E
of all descriptions which he offers at whole
sale or retail, at as lov prices as cln lie nf
lirded in& this part of the country. lie ha.s
also a Inre supply of the newest fashion of
J APAN WA R IC,together with Enlishm and
Block Tin Ware of excellent quialitv. A Is
Copper and Slect Iron Wsare-Slhemtini
Mnd Btrazin!! Copper,--Block finl, Stovo
Speller, and Tin Plate-all of whiclb lite oI
fers lir sale low for cash, at No 168, Broad
streer. Ai ust a. 1.. F. CIIC W.
. The subscriber being truly thankful for
tihe very liberal patronlage hereifore bep
stowed upon him by his friends and the pub
lie generally, respectfully solicitq n conftin
ntance of their favors-and oflers his servi
es inl either of tie fotillowt ing branches of
his Ininess-Copper Tin, Sheet Iron. and
Rooing. 13. F. V.
Augostn, Gn., Mareb 5If;
TO FA RMERS.
T IE Sibcrriber off'ers to lense ot sell i
knable PLANTA'lION, rerenily purct:
ed trom lis. father. situated in I'nion istriet. .s
tiies West of the Ct. lioense, haIf inile Now tih
ol thme Stage road. and 2 mile.s firom 31 urpisl.
.31 1, on Tiger River-FUimbraeing a comfortaidie
two sr dwelling. vith wo sheds nud p1114 ,
thlrt i builldiiigs, andih geotd epring water (III
- ve-in-Aso a good new (iii house, firt rnte
runing geer, screw and ill comn plete oir 4I.r a
tione. nlld tuo'nl pple orchards of rhoirce fruuil.
'The soil is fine fir cotton, heinig tboi:t 4-1!
(eri of whlmiehm!200 are minder a good iwee amit
line siate oftcenhivation. lrmihteing last .-:-eson :'1
imas of Cottoni and :aout (iO loads of 1r. .
side.; smal grain. Terms will e amade: lt --sit
Sthe purchasger. mnd bty timely application. Pi,..
viions. i good stock of rttle and hog tleows ti -r
wilh firminig too's canl be Iad on the premi;-s.
Jan. "otl 1 . h::
l T e public are hereby infortned thi Mr.
- Dionysius Z. Wright uas conveyed to mc
3 in trust for his wife and child his plantation
, inll ench Island on which his fimily now
reside with thirty negroes and his other per -
son1al estate, a more particular accoti of
which many le seen in the Clerk's Ollice of
lEdgefield District and in, the oflice of tihe
Secretary of State at Columbia where ilih
deed of conveyance hais been recorded.
The deed stipulates thatthe property there
by conveyed is liable lior the debts of Mr.
WVright existing previous to itp execention.
It will not he linble for any debt. against
him contracted subsequentlv.
E. J. VlLLIA'MS, Trustee.
Look at This!
ir IE Subscriber o(ers for sale his trart
o - of Land, within two arul a lttif tiuirs
of .egefiel Village, and adjoining lands ot
B. Mims and C. J. Glover. The traet con
e tains Two Hundre-ui Acres. If not disposed
or of at pivate sile previous to the first Mon
dlay in May', it will on that day be sold to the
- hiighest bidder.
Feba 5. 1838 ef if j
L Lperonsindebted to thec Estate of
M X. 1rs Sarah Wise, dleensed, arc re
questedl to mtak~e imminte~c palymnent, andu
'those ha~vmgti demands to present thetna piro
ENOCII B. PRESLEY,
' ea4.cute weit/h the IWill annexred.
Mac 41838 if 5
F the Aiken Road leadintg fr'om Edge
lii to (uamabridge Is niot putt in comn
pilti ordler in eight dhay-s froin this I will re
ta Coamisinere aned ( )verseers without
fail- GOSS & SM ITh!.
heb-. 2Slh. 1833 tr- if
AI.[, pe'rsonas inidebated to t he e-state Samue~a
C~hIl Esq1.late oafAlabbevihml)istrict dee'd.
are il reeted toS ma~ke pmamnt inniatelyt ~,.43and
Ithose hoa~vimg demnandl, tea presen*t thaema duly at
testede withinl thme timafe par.eeibedu lay law, to either
of thme subsc,.riberis.
I .10JIIN CO'lIhIAN,)
3. 1.. PF.A i S(ON. Aldm'rs.
I A. G. C'A LIW'FLL.
Aen--st l. i:t if 9
I. Per-ons inidebted to the latec Mrs. ile
hethind 1ijmas. decensed, are~ requlested4 tea
amnkIe imnd iate p~~aymnt, anid all pe-rns harm
de llns :sguinast tihe e(statt.'ef s-aid dltet-mn-ed
di regel-tedl to presenat thema dnly aittested.
11ENJ. ML31', Exeeneter.
L Li.I Persons indebated to the late Chrtr
in reithantpt, deceased, aire reg t:stt -
ed to make immediate paymnent. Atd l il
peron haavinig demanids against the esiti
e of said deceased are regniestedl to presett
them dumly attested.
JOllN BAU ET , cr
I I'd. 25. USErI--ti
LL*~1i persosavngan demands or~tinet the
,regneaISted to pre'sent them, anal those indebhted to
mai~ke psament within time te prscribedl hv hav.
J:~ ~, A. ANDElRSON, Adrn'gri.
U5isuoricat Colctions of 14. Croliaa.
BY B. R. C ARROL L.
rIIlS W ork is now ready for delivery to Subl
A scribers eat thme Store ot' C A. Dtd, inm thmi.
ilplnee. A few eatba copies for stale.
I, November, 1837 i f gg
-~ RS. LABORDE & MIMS will at
37itnd to any professionmal calls which
el, they may receive in Towni or country.