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inore than one tuahmi of the amount of tlieirn
lnd Sith Caroluin and Georgia imported
less tian Ino seventh part of the value o:
'New Orleans, from its geographical po
sition, imports West Indiairoducions fo
lte Valcy of the Mis-issippi, and specie
from Mexieo for the United Statea general
ly-articles which are not obtained in ex
catige for the staples of the South wes
tern States, and form no part of the com
merce by which those sta: ples are exchang
ed for foreign productions, If only that
part of the imports of New Orleans, which
is obtained from abroad, in exelange for
cotton were taken into the estimate. the ag
gregato imports of all the staple growing
states, like those of South Carolina and
Georgia, would no doubt. sink down to less
than one seventh part of their exporrs.
"This is teither a natural or salutary
condition of our commercial relations. The
cotton planter depends more for the price
of his staple onl i prospCrous condition of
trade in Manchester. thm on) that of all the
cities of the Union, North of the Potomac.
The profits made by Merchants of North
ern cities, on the exchange of our staples
for foreign commodities. is so much abstract
ed from our wealth. The people of* lthe
North deserves commendation, not blame,
for their enterprise in reapoing the harvest
into which our own stupiduess prevents us
from putting the sickle. Our enterprise
should lie stimulat ied to recover by fair and
equal competition the advatntatges we hare
lost-and we should give a Idecided preli'r
enco to our own importers, only when the
terms are equal.
. The excess of Southern and South
Westeru exports beyond itopvrts. was in
13M. $60,000.000. The value of our im
ports exceeded that ofourexportk,evei % hetn
importations are not xcessNiv, by the itt
creased value of our exports ii Coreign
tiirkets. bevond our cuistom Iloue ave.s
ments.&rrol ilie cstilated cost olfimif)porting
the merchandize obtaitied in ex hange fir
thetm, it ltay be safely assumed, that the
Northern cities imported in that year 7
millions of merchaidize in rxeniange for
our staples. Estinating at 15 per cent, the
profits of the Northera inerrhamts, and tie
expenses and risks of ain indirect iistead
of a direct route. to our ports, it followed
that tie people of the Southern and South
Western States sustainei a loss, in that
year, of Io1o.0% by the creu'nhou
course of thei foreian trade. By the saim
process of circulation, Georgia and A. Car
olina sustained aI losa. in the same year, of
In the spirit of the Address, wre are not
disposed to wage war against our Northern
neighbors, because they have been truer to
their interests than we have been to outr
own, but in the name of patriotism. of in
c.ubt, ut ireuoom.:.ve woudtt asit flow long
are we to submit to the degrading thraldon
w1h'ich iakes us but the willingslaves of our
more enterprizing couitrymen. Emlgefield
Distriet. we sincerely trust, will prove its
spirit in this matter. Every man is deeply
' interested. The Lawyer, the. Mercbant,
tle Planter, the Physician, evety citizen
of the South oif e'very' ratnk, trm:tle andn ptro
fessint htas at large stal,(' upfon thte tone.
I t''ieire 11 is cot groutndl un whIicht all
amotng its mnay st an-l. It is no0 scratmbhle for
oilic'e, butt thte holy elior't of a People to
bulihld itp thetir great andi' sttbstatial int
teres't ., attnd, ti aniated byv no hostility to
o1tes, to e'stablisht free trade with all thte
worldi, un:tr:in-telled bty restrict ions,
The folflowi n~ let ter from the Correspon.
dentt of' the 31ereurty .gives us5 the laitest news
from Watshtingtont. Th'ait Mr. Catlhottt hats
fully carnce!! /c h dbt u'hich he oweni fhe
Senator, we have nto dloubt. Al r. Cla3 *
plersonal alhisionis to ir. Catlhotut we.re un
woirthiy the digttity of the Seate andi the
alge of the Setnators, and we sinlcerelv trutst
that thte Amterican1 People' will put'doiw i
thle butlyintg, hieeanritng spirit, w'hich of late
has so oftent dleradeid tile countse!s of thte
"'Thetr genera'tillpposit ion whlich inow pire
v'ailsthbat t he SuTt'lreatsiry bill htas a very
r goodl chance to becomne a law, hats givent ai
neOw imtputlse to lie debaite on that subject
in thle Sa'tte, tti~l irecijted towards it a
gaini imnith pubtlic intterest. The dc hate
inthe SenaCi~te to-dlay, bet ween 31!essrs, Clay
aind Calhton i, alttracte'd intter'esi fr ather1Iit
reason- hiat Mr. Ca~:lhIoun was expfected to
repjel some0 ptjersona~tlities int~ whiihI tl. latv
hadi induilg'ud in regaird to huimi.
"'I haive rarely teen so grea t a crowrd ini
mttembeILrs of tihe Ilinit wet"'re piresenit, thati,
a iorumit for buisiness, th lin e adi~l Urjournedl
withot tranisactit aniy butsiness.
" Mr Calhiont's spe'chl wvas ununc~tally'
brilliant and itetrestitng anud, a8s a reply,
hothI to Sir CIy 's airriinent an~d petrsonali..
-'hho repefllid Mi'. Clay's imtputations up
on his miotives for espouutsmtg the JDivorce
Ilill, with IiSieces5s. For whatt purpiose thle
. Sentotr threw Otut these imputtionis he
knwv not. It coihi not) hie for the putrpose:
of low atnd vulgar ahuse, andI thle Senatoir
kntewv him better thani to thirow I hem out
for the putrpose of inutiidfation. Wha;t thentt
wia' is object! To sutpply' with pe(rsotnali
Iy hcbdftieency of argumnt. Ii was.. 1i
1anty to hlimtselft. he said, and to his chirar'
telr. to meet tha'ei at tateks, anid lie init etndh',
to place haimse'lt' as tir bieyondf the reach of
the shtaiis of lte Senlator, as list arginmlett
wast hi'yond bis aility .to an';wer. Th'Ie
S'entor's chargo wais, that lie hadl anne iover
. tg the party iln power.thait ho~ had changiie
his opmiiotns, and aha ndonedi his pritncipio~s
m a hi's nat . 1-yorr o-tti o c... f .:.i ,h'
said, and for the trutp of the cautse which
lie supported, his opinions ou this subject
were matter of record. lie could shew
from his speeches, that ever siuco he came
into public lifte, he had been oppoed to a
National Bank, and to a league of Banks,
and preferred a divorce of the Banks from
the Government. Mr. C. then read a num
ber of extracts from various speeches which
he had made in 1834, whielt shewed that
his former setituenits corresponded with
his present opinions on all these subjects.
"These extraets. he said, would pIt be
yond controversy the fhct that he had not
change his opinions, aid that lie had a
bandoned no party and no principle. The
Change was not in him. lie had kept his
position. If a guardian angel had whiaper
ed to him, that events wotild soon require
him to vindicate his consistency. he could
itot have been more guarded inl the expres
sionl of his opinions. Ilcre Mr. C. said,
lie might stop, but he would go oi and
meet the Senator step by step inl all his at
"The Senator had alluled to his letter to
the people of Edgefield District, as proving
That he had chatiged his principles,. IlIe
took issue with Mr. Clay as to the object
of that letter. lie had seen a money eri
sis coming on. lie did not know what
course the administratiou inteided to pir
site. When they piposeil the divorce. lie
could not hcsitate to stipportt it. To op1
pose it would have ieen, as lie iiforited
the people of Edgefield. lie desrtrm-tioi of
the State IIlihts Party. It' the State
Rights Party had jointed tle Wli!gs, they
aId their principles would have been ab
4oirbed in the larger Party of the Wiii.s -
The victor y of the Nationdls,n ith the ,atates
Itights Party as their lIlie,. would bie er
lain; h nt tle victorv would have inured
not to us and outr principles, but ito the Na
tionals and theirs. We shoiuldi again have
high taritTs, hilh taxes, :nad a National
anok. I low then, said Mr. C. Ihll my
motives he impe.uhached! The h::rge falls
to the .I-ininl, und I stamp it t here, w ith the
cteilmpt it des.rves. Nay, I take up the
dart and east it back upon the ismi ant.
The Senator says I h-ave de-erted iy pri
eiiles, aid that timic will slow mf y motives.
The Senator himself did go over I.o the
support of a bank, afier oppoising a hank,
and141 did not leave it to little to disclose hid
iot ives. Alr. Callion purstied all lie
tolies of personal imputatiota ih w hic'h
3i., Clay'sspeech abotinids, and coochlled
by ttrging that lie had now flily cancelled
the debt which lie owed tihe Seniator.
"Mr. Clay replied wit in uch spirit and
point. but not inl a w:y that we'akenled any
tf the points made by Id r. Calhoun.
'-In ihe course of his reinarks;, he alluded
iii rather coiit mptuous ierms to Null'!ica
iion, aild to ItI importance which Mr. ('al
hiouin attached to "1 State Inte'rposition, "
in regard to the North. Ile sail that lie i:n
lerposed1l because lie did not wi' i tru t
I Gen. Jacksoln to use til6itary piweir, mid
because, as Mr. Claytoti said to him, at the
time, "These arc very elever fellows, and
it would be a pity to let old Jackson haig
"Mr. Preston took tip his remark in a very
earnest way. and in a i aner whiel
showed that lie would not sifler his State
ain1d his friends to be trilled with 1 by aniy onle.
Mr. C. nide some dichtiimer of dlisre
spect to South Carolit:, and coinplitented
the State very highly.
-- tin co11y eimet al rit ntid Mr.
Callioun was, however, cotiuiueed, for a
L Cnt Hunie-'utel,]
BANK OF IlAM3BURltl .
At a metting of tle Sit'ekholelr's on tile
1-?1i i Ist, the followin; I - -11t4i tem'n were
eleteld Direciors to seie li I- monilhs;
W1..W. -t ok. . . t o:1. . J-rs,
Th'ii IEirnaghlatn, (Geo~ P1;n-rott. Wmii ( airrett,
I1. hI iliuison.
A t ai meet iuis of' i he I ire< tor's on the 131h I,
W.T W,. Starke wa :s unanimstously cleetedl
Th'le folloin lg re!'olii otn".~ wa ien paissedl;
Resolve'd, Th'lat lie rate for cheeksL ont
Ni'w York, pay/able in IIam~iburg4 fldils lhe
reduced l'romi 5 to 4 pr etnt premlt, hati the'
raite for cheeks o C'harlemtni pauppble- in
Ifa:nhujtrg Iills, he as here'itofore f'or huwli
vidu ial't et pr cent premu; and f'or Ilmk in
lillowing are the cr'niits oft lhe \I arch
mi n her' utf lhe Sont iern AXgricu! Iulralitln
lie:i-ter of lioral Aflair's.
l' a-r I .--Editorial a-n.l Original.-E x
pierimenutis on Corn, &c'.. by Is-iuc hradh wel'l,
.1 r. Corn-Its imphortanie to, ottr A grienl
tijal Interest, biy Iliiimesputn. C7orni andi
P'rovisiotn (7rops; bIy A. F~actor'. On Nur
G rags; by Beaiufort. On te Tlaah~:l; hiv A
RIice. On)t the piro pr disitnce f'or laing~:
Corni; byv Sixc ami Tw'uo. Oin Smeki, Corn,
&c., by~ 31. D). A. Oni Silk Cijhure.: byv Ex
perimen'it. Useful IInil's ; by AshlIv.
M othly Calender of' Ilortienulture. &c. for
near Iil.-SeltIions,--On the Puiriflic'a
tioni an-] Cl!assificatjiin oef 5ie s, &c. & c.-.
Hroiiks' Sil k S pinninig "lacine, iiaid thle
Si'k Cuhilure. Expemirimental 8ilk ( 'iuur
'ilortis Alubhicanlis and oil oruti A lbai ('ompai~
iredh. Corn-Red Blazie. Stcott Ceorni.
IHmlen Corni. I .:irge Crps of' (ormi. IDuri
hami C at e. 1 ',i'seof Shteep. On dhi'
l'er'ent HreedJsof E'ng~'tlih C'atte. F ormtnlion
P~t-r 1I I.--.''sr/neo,:: Inife//ig'ner.
ShakIer Barni, or Vet ilaitiin: imiport a
tiitn of WVheat; Sii"ari Her aw. nl 'ilanigel
Wurt'zel; IIow~ to raise P'otato's- llow to
maknIte a doulecro p tn poor soil; LEonom ies:c
C 'tttc urt, Marc'h P.
G;rea Fire.-Ahant 4 o'clcck ve'steriloy
aftertioon, a fire brcoke citt in thie smoik,'
hiouie attached to thec largc' Pork I lonue of
Mleusers. Schiooley & Reeer',-siuinatced 0o
Syca:more' street niear the Canal. Hesides
Iihe liouse' iccupi'd biy Mle-srs. Secoo!e v &
Redr mteni'oinlintg onic, oei(' ed' by
lrson& C'hillbita al-a, iin:lly de
stiived. T he loss in Por'k, Lard, H aroni,
& c. is iestimiatedl at risinidt 10,000 bI).hesidles
the blin gs and~ other p'roperty'. Thelu lirec
was still raging whlen outr pa per went to
piirss. Wec have not learnied wuhet ber' their'
Prom the Mobile Examiner, March 11. -
DREADFUL CATASTROPIRE.-The Steam
ioat Ouachita, Capt Intchins, last evening
it half past 6 o'clock, abont 16 miles below
this city. hurst her second starboard boiler
and dreadfully wounded and scalded several
of the deck passengers and boat hands.
Wim. J. Stilwell, leaped overboard to save
himself and was drowned. His holy hats
not yet been rccovered. The dock of the
boat was dreadfully torn, and the boilers a ud
pipes throwu helter skelter, on every side.
We witnessed several of the wounded in
dividuals, as they were borie from the boit
to the hospital, and they presented a iost
Cabin Passengers. all safe-Deck Pas
setners, 7 safie. 3 scalded, and 1 drowned
Firemnent, all sealed-Deck hatids, do.
AALionxE ilititGGs-The Counterfiter.
--The distingutiished Conviet, Mla-lborne
Briggs, well known by tihe gentlcten of
tho lomr, in most of the Counties of this I
Commonwealth, died it the State Prison,
otn Thasday last or apoplexy, aged seven
ty-five years. liriggs, in the c'INs ofa lung
life, contrived to aceimlulate a considera
ile property ; a large portion of wvhbich,
however, Ie expetde'd in his tnutmeronsi
litigatioas itn tite Courts if Justice. For <
twenty or thirty years preceeding his last r
commitnct to the State Prison, in 1831 a
be was alinist constantly eligaged inl Con
tention* of a civil or criminal character.
It is a remarkable fact, that seven of the
eb.:ht sons of Blriggs, who arrived to tihe vetars
of mtathood, became tenatsof tie State
Six of them hnve been tenants of tle
State Prison itn this town. five of whomti
were itn confinement at the saiie time n% ith
the father, during his first commitment.
It is Ielieved that but two ol the sois are
now livitig. The wife of B3rig.gs, who is
tnOw livitig-nid one or more of his datighi
:ers-hive been conainel itt the cottlity
prison, for heiiig conetrued with Malhorne
it hii varionts plans of iniquaity, which were
mtost commonly connected0 with tle masant
fatcttire of counterfeit tmoney. i,is house
was a place of comatmon resort fo- counter
feiters and othersi who wished fir a retreat
where they should lie patronized and mnade
What I spectacle is presented itn the case
of silh a1 husbasndtl-sneh a fathter--sneh a
citizen! IHow true the declaratiot of holv
writ, 'otn sitner destroiyth mitieh oo,'
A ter all lie is spokent of ly Itis teighbhors
antd tcptaintances as ha vin ossessqed soIeC
redeleming qutalities' notwithistainilii the
tiiseraleafo lif i whieb he lived. As :a neigh
har I was obiliginz and lkitd. generally
punetual i the perforan ce of his engage
metia-atnd friom fhie poor who asked char
ity, he never turnedl cobily away.-Bun/gr
(et. TUinas, who died iln France on 0h
I -if It OIoler Iast, at tia aivanced n- of
S1, was eng~aged in the wnr of otir Revnoln
tion, alnig with Lt Favette ::nd ItOchaim
lian. flochanbpeatt to;k rimas, who ws
then aI captain, as, one of his aids-dle-camlp.
()i fsttlinig it Rhode Island, (17th1 July,
1780.) ie immediately took I imost active
part in lie work of fortification, atd in iti
littry reconnoitering. it the campaigns of
178 1 and 17et2, Daunas was frna'ajaently Cm
played itn comimunications hei ween General
Wahington atnd Cgunt Roeltamltnoui. At
its period began his connection %% ith Genl.
Lafayette. Dumas was present at the fa
mitons passage of the Delitwnre. Rochat
hean, an departitig Frot Amla'ri,-a, permitted
ilams to ;accomlpany the l3tiarton de Vionme
imil, who was tlien about int ti leriake Ohe ex
peditiont against .amaica. Upont the ac
k otwledgeneit of' the inidependence of the
Unit(ed States, lie returned to Frante.
tmteteo wii uas obsaervedl tai hurt I asundi er in the
aastaerly parit aif tha hieavenis ott Staurdayv
Ilast, at taout hialf past I 2o0'elick. It a;p
piarted of at size nesarly eqal to half that of'
at mtooni, andti was attaieae ni i ta luois anud
tiery triain. On)u its buarstinig the sintillatiotns
werae adispesrsedl in avery diraeet ion, formtinig ai
lbeautttiul)pptaranceaof ati' g lit of' almotast every
shtia iad ennsing sin illuminination rasemi
bIlng thse flsash of fightninig.-New ludfrdu
"'I fwhat we hiear heo traie itt relsato to ti' he
pia'anliart ititonifs nid past htistaory aof the tmeni
concerned ta'a as siecoands :ail friemtis in t ihe latte
<ih *, we' sire niot sitrpriised! ii hit it terinttatedi
( tally'. a'r. W\ise is at practis'ihalttuellist, andia
hi:s wundtticed his muan. Aldr. .1 ants, it is. sstaid,
ha si kIllel his tant in sa dttel foutghit wi th
fiiwie' kniv~es. i'dr. Duncansgi is sa id ta inae
killedea nnt enem'ty ini a dua laal idsi. Shitiabrght
fi'ai? lt a dl tnta haormsek with pmistols san d
fbroadusworls, int which his tantaigoniist wast4
kilaled. 'Air. iyanmi is ditit an, wuhou, it a
iults with AItr. .Jaiit-r. ai-,ehargedl his piistol
twice beforae the word was givent."'-Aia
Few" pr~ents realiaz' howu~ mnch their
c'hiiareni tmas lie tnght sit homte, lhv adevait
intg a fewi hurs tao t heir inst rietlitn ave'ry
day-m ' Iet sa parntii siake the teeriet
wuith hiis suit oif tetn yaris ada, furi' s ingle
waeek, ande only daing thle hour s whichf a ro
not, 'upaent ina s.chld .sliti imtaie sa romt
paions of' his chlibi;~ cuanveirse' with im ai
miiili-ithy; pat tii him etit on '~ as; ainswaer in-'
ar tes; commumen iii(Sta ftets, tha resutlt of' his~
r'eadiin' amr obseration; ai waken ho it nriasity'
a'xpliiin dillient iaes; the mtetaing of thinitgs;
mta ailt this in an easy ptlayfual timnner,
withouitt saetmnag to) impo s t sal; ad lie
wvill hiimsett'li e astonaisheda at the progress
which will be0 aiadae.
llThe estimtataes ihtr lie etuptport of the
IBritishi Natvy for thle year I183X, amioniit to
amrhanacls 23 illionas of' adallars. The Na
vy e'xpentses oif the lI niaedh Sttaes will prio
habily telol short of! five iiiillions of doulars. -
Th'/e ltertrs, of' Iipi.-h he what enajoys the
ptrose ad' life only, andl nit its poaetry, hats ait
leisi ai por atal imipaerf'eac enijiyameant ; it is as
hinedh hei wats placeed mi ani anttumnt, ria'h ini
hatrvcs s t buv iatn hirds to give lif'e air ex
pressiona to its scenecry.
A gasllanit wuns lattely sitting byv the side of
hiis belovedl, san tblheing titabtle tao tinak of! any
ahintg alse to say', taurnedh to her and askead
why shea wais like a tsailor.
''1 dona't knotw," Maid site, witht a pontttig
lip. "'unless it is bceantse I amt sitting beside
I-rom the Augusta Constitutinualist, a4rch 15.
%UGUSTA AND HAMBItURG MARKIE.
Co'ITON.-There has been little or no
lemand fhr this article iltiring the past week.
ind the sales from warehouses have been
very limited. amounting in all to not over
O bales, at prices ranging front 7 to 9.
:euts-priucipally at 6j a ). YesierdJay
Ue received ndvices from Livorpool to lhe
Ist ult, which represented that murket with
umt much variation since our last dates, and
vith a better lemamnl; there advices gave
mrchasers a little ore cosoidence, some
ew did go into the market yesterlay t)
rice, but we heard of no sales. We quote
a 9 cent-strictly prime in soniare bales
GnIocErtiEs-Nothing (loing inour Crocerv
narket and we have no change to notice'.
f the hanks would give our merchants a
haney,, by (liscontiting good ciointry paper,
hey woull be able to do something, but as
mIIiness is at present conilucited, piurchasers
ire compelled to go further, where greater
aediies are givet.
ECHANOt:.-Still coutinueq scarce anrid
it d.tIand even at present exorb!itltnt pri
eq. Sight Checks on New York are selling
t 7 per cent prem ; on Philadelphia -5 per
ent ; onl Charleston 4 a 5 per cent : amd on
ivannah at par a .4 per cent. pr m.
Dicd, near Edlgefiell Court floise, on
lie 2nl inst., Mrs. Mary Bmurton, late con
ort ufA. Y. Huriton,aned 26 years.
T[his lady for smieic vears, had been an
rderly mnemter of the IIlaptist church, amnd
;ave ample evidence of the gentlinetess of
ier fith. ly lie great meelkess anl re-.ig
ntion wih which slie bore lie protractel
utii'rints oflher lasl illness, She susainied
ersclfiii the various relations of lifie wvith
emarkable prudence. As a wife anI
notlier, she n%;as kind and alliretioinite ; as
i daugter and frientd dutiful adt ->bJliin :
it short site was ol of those gemamle 1an td
juiet spirits that bowed bejeath her n!iiie
in like the bunll-rush beteath the dews of
Ighit, aid departeil this life n% ith a pro-.;pect
I. bright flor the future as coald Ib deisi redl
or the consolatiotl of' ll hose sl'e left le
iind her. Si. left htsbanl and infamt
wloa, vi:h iulmerous relations to monrn her
Dicd i:n this Di-trict, onl the 3r- of fe).
ast, Mr. z-chterial .\hney, aged 5t vears,
Iarly in the year 18:11, ho in coi pa n y
viiI his wifie aiwachmeil litself to the M. 1.
'hurch, n hile- lhc was yet min er :a .(-lises of
tis lost and ruinied condlitim-i, lv naturme.
-ioon after, white pleadintg with the Lord
n the woiis, in solhmti p'raver for imery,
le obtainedi a sense of God's p::rdoning ovi.
4inlce that tiic he has tn eiven evidence
n the house of the Lori that lie hail pace
vith Godt throigh our Lord Jesus Chris1t.
Iv was a tebllber of* the Church atliet;any
imit filmr miles fron h1 i., residienice: amid for
;lite years pat there wa;. pleii hals btit one
nore male eiialwr at that placc. B ti
ast year early in August there was a gra..
! utts revival of the work of Goid at 01mt
u.3ee. At a meelititz which coIliitied six
Iays, there were 2S added to the church,
mid perhaps most (ifi hem saviilv convert
hat ltme. Duiring that mieeiting our es
eeeticl hm)ther exhilitedt mor., zeal fir the
'aise of Gol than at atiy tirmer periol of
Iis life. Ilis sieines wts short, anl his
leath rather unexpec'ted it the most of his
'riends; though it seteel not so imituchl so to
iilmielf, fir lie was heirl it) say duoriig his
liness, thi- lie wonlit soon be in a better
soild. So unexpected was his departure,
hiai his souti hadh Jlf in piwer, wie trust, he
'ore eveni his wifei (who was pre.senit aid ad
inisteringr t hi neicessitie's) knewv thait -e
.as dyving. So easily was lhe ditisised
'rom1 t his world.l-('onnmnnicaed.
Thie EI Ieft1il d Centra:t Tem~~ -
1 iI.\NCI . M)A .\i1) --The Aninive'rsarv
ilectinig of this lioardl will bo' behl in m iiec
hiptist M~eeting~ Iici-e of1 this pilaen, oti
lie mueetin ofI Coutii. Thme A.\n uil .\dl
lres will be deli viered byih lie . Al r.
W A.:s mif A iken, idirectly~ afhter lie rinigin
af' the bell. Anl aittemilore of the I)iele
;:tes at the hurt is re'spietidlv ii-,inestedl.
Vatluuable Real5 Estaite fora
On t:~w ;ut1o ji i,..
Il1 thatn plantationt or traict of I atmil tin::ted
on iI orse ('*rieek. ci::.ning l.'tn ci ee n'
mndiired tan. a thosit,~d~ .\ers. 'I1 here is lhe
ween'i three anid tir hndrelid .\eri' ofr avnnahtd
od1 Cru-el low~ e.roi,i. iii v.i b 3herei is ai .oil
l'hie whole trac 3 t i ! I covereid with Ii (ak. i .
hi:m~ twol htmdred. yar !s fi-o.i t':t -l tii.u.l -
il'he low~er Ite ionly 2 umnils friom the 1I. it, a
)uepositorv ait I labtirg.Th'i: ?Ihazt:tioni potse..-es
lhe adiv:mttaiges of a5 giiod am mill :imt ats nov upin
lie Crteek, which conhdl be erected sIv ~~ mi
-heapll. Upont~ the prim.ti'se- tha:re. are --s:i- im-ll
armen,:1thts. anid ant exceltlent meharid of frtuit
ree.a. 'll The 'i plac can he~ treaitd lt'r at piva~te
sal' inta the 7th of' A pril. w hent if not1 dipo sedl
>iddler. Th'le termit will bei libiral, anid tmadl as
rinentintly as possilei to puirchasers, but3 a iri,
vilIl~ beitlin ied for iale at the s:imoe timei. afw
Inn-, (I irsesi. Cauttl'. S'hee p. Goiiats & e. timri'r lher
with aill the pilanitationi imapla'ees. TPermsi
uir the latter, will lie cash n3 desliv -r,-. 'The
shlohi, will bie 51ohl t the ri' ideceot' ilhe subg
e'riber sin the. priemiises. Th'le sale is to, e11'it ai
:v ision amntgst the limits. anid to :atify a
'i-w Rstmal deb'lts du te hv tihe I.s:tte. T1itles'wi:t
ie miadle satisfaetory to'the pu1rchlaiser.
8. IJA~IM NI)
Rurrire TIruster, Fstate of i|. :1. llaummuonti .kr.
mnd ;uinaum of the inor Ilcirs.
Marcha l4, lItN C 7
Itr'ouught to thme .laiI
O F this I histrict, a negro mian by~ the
nmem of Nathan, abou31t (i lt. high, v'ery
tlack, npperCm front teeth ouit or* very shit.
Nthan is betwe--n 55 and (60 years of1 age,
-1 tmall scar 611 his5 forehteadl and some13 oni
iis left arm, no other nulrks of impo33rtanlce.
hlitis sione free passes for N. Carolina.
hie savtli he blns to Mr. Mimnse:,. living
ni M arion Counmty, UCieIrgiai. Thela owner is
-c'eoeted to ciome o~rw ard, prov~e p3roperty ,
m)y charge''. and tahe haim away.
C. J. GLOVER, J. E. D.
SMarch 17,.e IA'7
State of South (O4trolina.
IDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
EOlN A)AMS tolls before ine,<onr
e hlieadh of Cattle, one cow and yearling
both to-horned. no marks (or braude per
Ceiveable, both brindled color. The other
two a cow and yearing, the cow has the
appoaranco of being old, marked with a
crop in each car, a slit iu lhe right. and a
sinall hole and slit oat in the lefl, colour red
iad white,the yearling is a steer, no horned
will, a iwhite back aid helly, balance red
marked, halferop in cach ear. Appraised
to be northl tw.sty-five h oltlars by Ueorge
It. Unto, W. F . Elina & It. Mathews.
WY E'1r IOLMES, J. P.
Ma rch 15th, 1838. c 7
.1 r a y e d
F t 0 All the Subscriber, on tho"9ah it
sta. a yotnng sorrel GELDING. 14
or 1-4 lahands higl, blazed face, hiald ankles
White, and branded on.the shoulder and
a higl-maounttinIg side--wia Ilec letter C.
lie his been seeni on the Columibia Road
albont 23 nailes fron this placo. A snitatbHle
reward will be Iniaf for his de.liverv.
ITamburg, S. C. March 13, 1838 if7
3 Y Order of the Ordinary, I will offer
for sale -at the Old Wells, on Tutesday
the 10th of A pril next, all thee Estate, Real
and Persoial of Mrs. Sarah Wise, deceased,
ont a1 creiit tail the 25th of I)centbcr next.
'urchasers to give notes and two approved
The above tract of anI (known as the
O.LD W t.is.) is on the Pine Ii use rood.
eleven aniles front Edgeield C lonse, and
fifteen anile.s from Ilamabturg and Autagia.
ThIe siauatin is arem aarkably ealalthy and it
eno' staml o Pubtic hlinPuessl. Persons
vamianag t) purchase will do well to attend
Also, will he hired on the same dav, for
the lnc e of the year, a likely Young
anegro Loy. yun
INOCII 1. PR S.EV.
1..rccutor u-ih the Will anne.red,
March 7, 1838 e 5
Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Faciac
to ne direct 1, will be sold at Edge
lied C. Ihou e, on the firsi .Mlonday id
'I'Taesday ini April next, the ibllowinig pro
Charles J. Clover, vs Williatn Dobv, one
ntegro nun;111, BIoson, to forecluse mortgage.
Tverms of sale cash.
W. 11. MO.sS, s. 1. o.
March 17, 18,31 t 7
Iew Sipring amd Iuunner
G O 0 D N.
V Ili' SutIe;ribi-es Leg leave to infortn their
I rimie!s and the pmblic generally, that thev
are VoW receiving tLeir SPRING AND L:M
.1 l 'It 4tick of* ( M() I)S .cronsisting of
IIacuk and bhite b!ak Italian Ltttring Silks,
Colored Gro de :tap do
hilack Sintecew do
Suzpur. lM.aek Bominhazi. at.
A nod asornent L.sdies einer Ilnnkerchiefs,
ad o da dt do ' do'Ielt Itibbns,
Ladie-s black and white Silk nd Cotton Gloves,
d- bM:ack and colored Kid dit
duo blk, w bite & eolor'd Cotton & Silk thosa,
alt ji aen, white at tec lacstk Gantze VeciL-',
Pla. .lackonet. AN'1.% Sn iss, & Boo0k Alu.,lingz
I'igarel ul Clecked do
al uslin \Worked Coillars,
Pil:ir holebine4!t l'ootings satnd E!2ic.gs,
A good assortmaent of I'ritts, Gingiams and
Printed ackonet do
hid Swixe do
IeIieted -'rench Caarie-.
An az.srlenent lof Ladie lionrnets,
Iioet~ct sand C'ap ltibbcenet
A lso,.for (,tun ' c 's Sue.'esr JIar,
Btlack, blacsue1 : amcebr:n ('eambeat,
lilac k und tbrhn etu ia.ed teuttne'r Cloicths
htrewna sandi white lirilin, tanstd berewn cl .jfien,
A* few~ ptieces tleorgia- N atakeea..
\Vhate &N coleor'd 3Iarseilles& i ~lecisa 'iaVeting,
Silk Pocket Ilatuclkeciefs.
.\!<ot. lIhta.'k. bh)1 c'ead inavisible Gr'een liroad
Gentlenwn'ts ecolor'cd.white andc brownc lafI I Jose,
edi laine :and leaulted lionibl~azie rStocks,
chb, dhi cd Ssatine * do
dhi I .ini atlBeeoineea n. Co e l elbars,.
do lack ;.nde ciloral cI Ice. hlo'es,
-1-1 tri-cje .i n acttl is-ch!ed- $Iha ?ian..
.\ gooctiupyof-.7 al 1-.1 briin ccSiir
inest :ncl '.~.- iSeati'i' ,
I 'laid sand le tped I )cmze'stics es~ ndl T1ic!kine
A leorstae supphy oft Seettmer ll:t..
G s:tnteent's Shoit' eschm I icm- Umute1-.
I .:adhies and alsi:ssses S:ots aced tine slippers.
AM. 'a e el as-sorten-t ofl
I Iardwa~re. $sadehiry. ('rieocerv camd Tin at
TIether withe a suepply of'
I'aurunst~ O)snahur.-s ane! ('otton Ytrne,
Andte inany othecr acrticles- teoo ta-dious teo etterate.
TI'-y' tl-l v eryv tankfl'a 'ir a ta.heibel pntrotn
ea'e heare-toere rece'avedc. ands hoep ev y taict attena
t ito bu.est-ae temeria :a eonatin'aee. ofl the
-a-ce. Nh('lhc )h.eN & Pl'l:slh;.:y.
Tj' II l-(acttemisionuerc eel ' cablic litnild.
1. iang lhr Fcdgealic-ld I )iseeiet will reietie
witten propollals. ttil thce 14lth' fApi
neax a fair the erecttioen ofl a teewav en11' ("ena'r
hor s: ina saeid district. Th'e otinte'. eth e
bulbiilinu are as f'ollows : 10 hvt -hS It., 28 ft.
Ipit-eb:--a pta-'ag ce araaeianig lessethaiiise threo'
tthe loer~t 'story w'it h tharee eelices atn each'h
side, thce Couret roomccs satad tweo jtary roomtus
Ito be inta ath) per steory, ad ;al Io a nas
I8 C et stats her spettotrs. A twot stor' por'
a iaee a the aed
!'urther informttationa. is to the eetils may~
be~ai had. . andc a pilatna o c th'eihlinag seena
by3 app)~lymeg tat the tcndelrsiged.
A-. L lDiISO N, ('4airmein.
Edhgefwide C. II. Alarcha 1st, h1838. 5 ah'
TIheo Angutaa C'hreonaice and Senetines
will giv'e the abovnie six waeekly insertionas.
A.Lprsoans intalede tao thae Estate otf
Ars,..S~a Wiise, ec'easce, ni , re
guesaldated to make m edattahoe pteament, and
t haote havinieg emandtas to presetat Itemt pro-et
ENOCTI 1B. PtESLEY,
Drculto% with the Will annes.redl.
Mlarcha 7. 183d thf5~
.i'o 1 I .'e.
T II IE Subscibter.s wilh give a lber:al
priee for ilEElSW AX, TiA L,1LOW,
K(ITCilEN & IIOllEIITSON.
Lsiarn. LM-ach :t am~* (j
New Spring and Sulumer
1 IIE Subscribera rcsapefully inform
their cusloners arid the paahuliek gener
afy,that they have just received a la rge stip
ply ofehoice English, Fretnch iand A toerican
goods etabraciag every variety of ata ple and
fancy goods, suite4 to the rpa ing and Sum
mer trade. Also a large supply of'Jroceries,.
Crockery, Saddles, Hats, Sahoes and Boots,
all of which they will sell on lhe n.ost rea
sonablo terms. for cash, or onl credit -ta
Those who wish to get good bargains will
do well to give thei a Call.
G. L. & E. PENN,& Co.
Edgeficld, March I4, 138 if G
New ,pring and SuiiuiaCt
CL 0 TA1.7NGiE .. -
E .Wave just received a beauatiftui asoi'r.-.
%uent of GOODS-for Gentlermena's Sti.
liter Coats, Pantaloons and 'rsts, which they anr
prepared to have made up n tilt in th mst FAS I i
10 NABLE STYLE, uand onl rvasonh 'ti1 i. -.
Alo. a general assortment Ready Made CLo&:.
ma, suited to the seasonl.
HATS. SHOEsL AND BOOTS.
1200 Pair of Shoes and Boots eibratcti!g, a a
style and iariety have just br-en received t Il-,
Suabscribers, which, together with a.heir ' as,'n
Stock..attke a greneral and complaete taisurarmaciL
seldomla found in the couantry.
Also. aii htadsomaeo assortienuxt of FAF1 IOUNA-,
BLE HATS, suited to the svan-on. To v.hu:t
they invit.! the attention of tleir eni'tonw."
G. L. & E. PENN & C)
Tdgefield, Mtrclt 14, 1 34 tf 6
School and Mliscellaniceus
T lE Subscribers have on and a I -
eral assortment of School and Mi-: .
laneous Boo/;s, .amnsit w.ich tare Smioiha:
Aritlhmetic, Snitl's Gogr:a phy and Aai;.
nral Smith's Graomar. whicb are hitihly
tapproved of and rei oetima ded by ih Le
G. L. & E. PENN, & C.
Edgefield, March 14, 1e318. if
THE. Tilt),oROLGII Rl.BFn 1oisI:.
17Ill. Stand the enlstia:2 Sprian-:-: : -
W so]n, c"ommnaeaar'in ont the IOt.1 insa- .
at .James Rogers', 11lth at Rer , * at.
A and 13 .aa TurnerC's Store, 14th a tat (.
er's flotel, Ed ciehl ('. II., 1 5tl a t .:!'..
I loaze, 1h ialndl 17tha ta Jradeln's, (n) Ida
to. natd 18tha;nnrd 19th lat iry Stnble on the
Ridge ro:all, and will atend ach I-lc
every teti day until !:!b of Jtme. 1I1t
will lae let to mares at SS the sitg!e vi-it,
.-1 the senaon, 515 to insure. In every
instance the insutarance tumev wi'll becomo'j
dua aw soon as the anre is ktnown to be"
with fonl or exehanged. A company ( f
seven nares shall le entitled to .a dedtletion
of 81 on eaha mare by one approved mr:!'
herominag responsible fir the n hole. All
possible cre taken to prevent nccident,
but I will aaotl he responsiblc fair any.
For particula;rs of lais Perligaec sce bt,11d
bills, it. WA R D.
Ridge. March 10th 18')3. d-1
HEAD QUARTERs 2r Bntd BRI a:, ?
Febnary 24th 1S38. i
~ILLIAM B. UR~ANNON of 1ge
W tield has been duly appointed -lirig
ado Pavaster of the seconld fIriorgade,
with the rank of Captain, and will be oLev
eal:and respected accordingly.
By order olBrig. Gen. E. G. T.AI.n:n-T.
R. F. NICIOLSON.
Marcha 8tl 1838d 5 Brig. Major.
r AT I T H 'S Gramma, Geozraphy and
. At tla, onr thet Prodnerstive Systerm. 'A Isa,
Sani l's Pr acticeal anad Aletal . itlraitei,
with a v'.aaiety of othter Sctuour. Bootis,
usaay be foundar at te Store rof
G. A. BOWVD.
Marebt 7, 1S:) i 5
LLprosindaebated to thea bIte Jell'er
son laichardsa, deceased, tare reaquest
edl to matake immeiate p"laaytanent, and an'CI
persona haaviaag demaatadas agttim ta thec estate
of' staidl dleeased are regnea.stedl to premL t
t heam dlyb attte.
.dirch, 8. 1sEt a- ..
ILI. pearsons~ intdebrted to te' lI:tatci of John t
- I laachwell, dlcetaseda. art- r.-gnea.staed toa k
aaatnaediate paymzet, aral tht'ost avinag daeti s
to ptresaent themaproeralyaz iae..;h
Ga 'IE.NA NT. Aldmnnistratur.
Mtaebat I8:t7 ,t'
jE Gi\Y Esq. of flamatore. S. C. '..ill
S.ata, yattorne ain. her. tt wall tis .a
t,atdr inag tay ta~i-tce ftr aa th--. $ at.
Ja 1 1: Gm1 L
V reek.l N ' rab9 l'lr ran A~ nnaiatl.ot a
vry large ark hay llorse i riatht eve out. !i
wner tar regneaasteda taro'tt com lrwrd. pra2 ;:.
arty, pay12 expensetas aaal t-tke haiaa aaw.y.
I - NotiCe.
1 .L, piersonrs hsavinag tany deadaiaisa tajtat .
I tate ofG'. Aaaadersona, Saen.. deri..:...a a.
r-egnested tat paresen't thaemn. andai thaorsa intde.-a, 4.
make praymset w.iirt tea tame pre--erihed hv '.
A. ANID11C5ON. Adm'tra-,.
Look at This?
FI ll I- Subrleibear oilli'rs for stale haia tr"'-.
- - of Landa. withair two atal ta haalfIa td.4
of EaI-', fiehlI Vilhtge. and tsauining landr-.~
It. )limt andl C. J. Gzlove~r. Th'Ie tract e.r..
tttan 'lTreoI- unred Acres. If not dispon.ed
aof tat p iv-ate stale previouas to the fiarst Mon
daya inr May, it will ont that tday be sold to the
Feb 5, 1838 ef ai
i'L. BON II AM atlbers lais protfe'iint
Vi... saerv.ie's, itn Law anal Eqjuity,to~ thec
IPubhlic. Hhas n taken thre olinee i~rmearly
acentapied hby latnske'tt & Wigf'all, olppo)site
IMr. Giovaers .hlotel.