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THUnSnAY, MAnen 29. 1838.
We are regntested to remind our renders
of the call whiah has been made for $5 on
each share in the Louisville, Cinicionati and
Chaalt'ston Rail Road, payable oil oar he
fare the 2d day of April, and to sny tlat
'W. Brooks, J. Terry, or A 13. Addison
will receive the money.
The Court of Common Pleas and General
Sessions commenced its sitting tat this place
on PN[onaday last, Judge Evans presiding.
Medical College of South Carolina, and
Medical College of the State of S. Carolina.
--The Annual Commencement of' these
rival Institutions took place on the ih and
1 liti inst. Te Degree of Doctor of Medi
tine was conferred upon 10 gentenau, by
tho former, and upon 54 by the latter Insti
We have seen the able Address of Gen.
Ilayne on the occasion of the conmence
ment of the great Rail Road at Columbia.
From the press of othler matter on hand,
We cannot at present lay it before the rea
der. 'hc account of the ceremonies of the
occasion, as contauincd in the Columbia pa
pers, is full and interesting.
It is certainly matter for just pride to
every citizen of the State that this great en
terprize is now in the full title of conaple
tion, and rec do most heartily rejoice.
SI-:MtNoLtI NmIANs.-Get. Jesttp's stg
- gestion to the Governeut to cele a ccrtain
portion of the Territory of Florida to the
Indians, as a perman-ni residence, has been
promptly disapproved by the Saeretary of
'War, and we publi:h Li.s last despatch tipon
the subject. WV'hatever may he the trite
chiracter of the controversy with fie Semti
nioles, certaina it is, that now is not the time,
fiar the Government to entertain any proposi
tion which comes short of an entire renocal
of the Indians from among us.
'A few inghts sincc, wshilst I was wazlkinag
alone at the silent hour of midnight, whenl
:all nature was at rest6gve my own tronah
led spirit-it was a lovely night, and the sil
ver-brightt -3Mnoo carressed in the lienvens.
ily amIind was insensibly drawn from the
petty thoughts of terrestrial ambition, to the
miore sublime works of nature. I thought
of our Suin andl its system-I thought of'
this earth and our brilliant night-lamp with
its lofty iloutitainls-Tycho ujmeciuI. I
thougit of the Planets in their succession
till I reached the cold and coifortl'ss sphere
of Saturat. I thought of Moore's bacnutiful
lines, (he had, no doubt, just ltot.l tipon
a Diagram of Saurn, wien tlaese extuisite
lines were composed,) each verse emhiang
- with "this earth is the Planta for yotu, love
and me"'-and alhen I thoughlt of-Alt ! as
sociation ! thou powerful connecter of otur
Mly thaourhats wvere thnas growinag eathly.
yet I fielt eniouagh self control, althou;;a somae
-thinag of a fatatlist, to carry them back to the
great Anthor of all these wonaderful chjects
of visioni thetn passinig befao aly sight.
it was wviah mtingled fi~einags of plenaure
and admairationa. that I looked uapon the reg
ttlarity amtl order which pecrvade te Solar
Systm -, at upon the dlistanace and nutmbetr
-of the Iixewd S tars, caebi perhaps a Suin to
ii systemt, like' our owna, governed'a by tsimti
Ia r laws. These a ellections led mec to d well
on the pont er, the wi-cdom andl the goodnless
oaf (God. WVho eann ibllow. oaut in his owna
muiad such at traina of reflectionsa, wvithou t
being~ cnvinced of' the existenice of ani allI
wise andl puowerul Creator' ! I retiaed to
the bousom of' my tfinnily with feel'ings oft
<fliet delight and gratifientiont, sati-liedl with
m zyself anml all Godl's cr'eataures, atnd pleasedl
wlith the though~lt, that I was a hapl~pier',
better, and wiser mani thtan I was belbre 1
hiad learncd this source of pleanre.
Bitt to wh Iom am 1 induebted liar all this?
To' Mir. Coutrttney-thle gentlean awhlo first
directed my thoutghtas, tothle delight fual studtay
of Astrnaomy, in a couase of lecitures which
lhe has jus~t conchlated ini this plance. Jinat
for his courtse of' Le~ctures, I shtoaubl lhae
reained perhaaps for somto time, ian igano
-. ranace of thec elementary principales uof the
secice ; and for one I can freely say', that
the kntowledge atal paleasutre der'ive-l fromt
his Lecttures, cannoat lhe measured lby ate
limo constued, unhuor bestow ed. or' itn
timies the expentse incuarredl. I feel juistilieal
iinaig, that lis whltelt class feel gretatfutl
'to the friends who introaducedl htim to ius,
atnd concnr with mae, in advising tall wh lo
many have ant opportunity of at tending a
course of his Lectures, to seize it with a
lint his Lectures brouaght its atothier
leasuare, which Mr. C. himiself miust nte
- Ianotwledlge; aind that was alerived fromt thte
smailes taf Ev'.e's thair dlagters. Thec benua
ly anda fashliain of'he vallage graced a le Lee.
tatrat rooma , and althoaught Mr. C. was uir
gint wvith his numat Williatm to keep thae
Jilht.s extingutishedca, we wvere prevengatedl fromi
. the aiidnighat dlarknoess, wihich heo so aauach
alesiredl toa crane, lby thea brailliaint flaishes of
theI LAd~ie's' eyes.a I kttow. tay radeaaars are
nranau;at of thaat gnattationu codainag-'.still n.9 )
taian smrihled," ataad I wouahld intseart it, butt thfat
it iea p avntm-mory J'( Ty'I !).
tile wellare of the younger part of your male
readers will, he doubts not, be a sulieict
excuse for his presuming to direct them in
the procurment of their better halves. lie
feels equally coufident,that the profundity
of his rules Vill cause them to be madc a
"Pocket Companion" by every yonng man
who is so fortunatc as to be a subscribr r to
your invaluable paper.
Never pay your devotions to a lady in
the neighbourhood or village of your tiativi
ty or residence; for rest assurcel that she
will know too much about you to find vou
an agreeable lover. A ll eminent molern
said-" Marry your neighbour's dlangher."
The soiidness of this milaxilli i4 greatly ill
qjuestion. By acting in aceordance with it
you may- avoid heiig deceived-whikt in
the other ease you must take the clanccc.;
inot a pleasant hazard. Ii all other rcspe-:ts
however, my maxim is certainly the best ;
and if rank and fortune are " more than
dust in the balanceo " choose a Lady where
you arc but little known and you will carry
about you a rascintion which she will find
it diflicult to resist. *
.Let your visits be frecuent-but short.
And when with her, pour into her car your
flattering tale of love, with all the clo
'luence you can commiand : for Ladies are
(und of devotion-they like to show their
captives inl cmins. It is said by some pro
fessors of Cupid's Art, that it' your "Lady
Love" be an admirer of poetry, a jiliciois
quotation now and then, from some favor
ite Author will be a plmtie in your cap.
I doubt the philosophy of this: tr the C.
motions of the heart need not the iwords of
others to give them utterance; anl if, per
chance, you do not.fcel all you swear, to
one so reudily detects the reereant heart
utider its artificial garb as the Lady you
attempt to deceive.
When by the arts of persunsion vou have
interested the heart of your fair one-act
promptly on the muxim of Avon's Bard,
"There is a tide in the afftirs of men which
taken at its flood leads on to florttne.'' Do
not dally-procrastiniiin is dangerons.
The flood will Cbb and leave vol on the
beach. If you once let slip the gIblen op- I
porI'tunity and then have the teimeritv to
make your declaration---you %ill s'Istaian a
fall but little lighter than Vnleann's descent
ii hen Jupiter kicked him f'rom Ihleaven.
After the moral obligaion is incurred
le speedy in improvinig the cicil. Fix as ear
ly a day as possible for "1 the consumniation
sO devoutly to be wisliel." Give nlo time
for reflection, or like the weather cock, she
will change with the slightest breeze.
Aid to make assurance doutly sure, obtain
a parson whose ceremony is -brief as wo
muau's love," or she may eluace your grasp
cre livien's knot be tieL. UN1(4UE.
rutst me, tmy dear I.:tgengiut, there nre
w.orse occupjationis in this~ worbal lhaonfaling
i wroman's piulse."---Y Vou cii.
To' finildie various ways and wvinditngs of
uernuan's hcart, has ever been'i the anxious
thlougt of man. Skillful and yet tmore for
tutei~ t is lhat miarinear wvho lhas sailed his
bairine in those seaos w ithiout striking upon
the rocks or foundaering ini tihe qtnicksamds of
that faihomnless abyss. TIhe l'oet, the li
losopher and thme Moralist have all ait tempit
ed to furnish a chairt and comipass by whlich
we might safely direct our pasage along
I hat dangerouis chntnel--butt alas! thowy
hatve all flailed, aid they along with their
Iiallowe'rs have all at laist foundtered upon1
that fatal cape ''Old Iiindley."'
Vairius have beeni the wise sak's and
sage mitaxiims wlihi h the world has had tip.
aon this subject, and yet, we are still gropuing
mn all that profound ignormance anad adarknessI
wvhichi Solomion so dleepaly feht and so frank
ly tie!knowl Iedged. Our' umoderti pincte of'
P~oei' aiid of rakes declares that the way
to win a wvoiman is to "pewak anal sooth her
in turn.'' Now to the soot hing piart, [ mus
reaadily assetnt, bitt this "peoaking"' of a wvo
manil I confess, I don't so exnetly uindersianta
It is the manner and intent wte know that
must always give ebaracter to the ac
111u1 w hat was his Lordlshipj's pecuiliar moade
oft "pea'tkinig" a lady it is impilosssible for us
at t hts distaince to asceri n. I conchadae
thterefore that thloughI the :-.mus muight have
Pr''ovl vnasuly successfol in thoe handls of his
Lords/dy,, when skill'ully appliedh, yet it
wvould lae exceedingly dantgeroius in a niovice
to nooke is adlvances int that mantner.
A more sage and prudeno'it mannetior oif at
tack is, I think, sutggesoed lby the phiiloso..
pher Duei de Ia JRoeblefauenc~uld. le do.'
clares the whlole secret of success to conisist
in thii'-"Fill a woman to over-flowtting wit h
love fair hecrself and all that rutis over will
lbe yours." But here agnina a seriouis difli
coaly presents itself' tpouIn h ' vry thresh
hiol. iowi are you to get her so fuill oaf that
dleligtfu'ol passion fot' hterselfI that a nothter
drop wouldl cause thIe cup ofi s'veets, ailready
full to the bhrimn, to flowv lik~e oiil naml honovy
up ion y'our heah? "Fl'atte'r ntud pr'aise erutm
tmendo anid extol her graces.'' flut let us be
grave upton so set'riots a stubject.
It is coimmon in thle mnonths of :ill meni,
"'that wvoman is easy won, biy Ilattery."a Yet
htow vfew compilr'eend whlat aill ar'e prmoclaim-t
ingr ! Na muau who has ever' seen a niight
eamp- oir hear'd a curtaini lecture doubts fori a
momeiaant the truth oif thUis maximt. How
conmes it thon since thais is tr'ue', that "mnn
woman. It arises s1miply tromut tle fact,
that they are ignorant of the practical ap
plication of the rule. All, I maintain bold
ly, that is necessary to insure any gcn tle
man success, is credit with his tailor and 6
uninterrupted interviews wit h his mistress.
lence it is I always laugh in a man's face
who tells ne a woman has refused to marry
him. Wduld a woman ever refuse to tuar
ry a man whose presence was indispensable
to her happines? And can there be any
thing easier than to make it so ? The
whole secret consists in the observance of
this simple and obvious rule, Never talk to
a uwonan about nyj thing hut herself! T ho C
dear delightful theme; yes, this is fite wny
to fill her, to overflowing, with love, first C
for the object acted upon anti then for the V
ngetit. No mnntter how b!ue a lady's stock- P
ing may be, believe me, there is no topick
ott earth so interesting ns the dear foot I
whiel: it conc ials. No inteliigence so plens
iig as the account ofher last congnrst. No
accident so moving as the loss of her garter- V
No cruelty so shocking as her wouw1tl from
a1 tunsrjputto! UNIQTJI. -
Frin the New York Courier Sr Enuirer.
SAN USKY CITY, larchi.6
Prom the l''rontier.-Last evening (men.
Scott and suite arived here. The Canali
ant Genernil M'Leod, and others of less note
were at Drake's hotel a few monents he
iore his arrival, when a letter wits put into a
hi., (M'Lcoal's) hands, anrd a generai sent
plering enisted. M-Leod was secretled bv
one if our citizens till thi niorning, whei.
fin-ling puirsiit was hot, he was ruitished a
with a lhort;e and started for Huroti Soon
after, Gen. Scott, with his four horse wag
gon, took the same road. and the report t
htiis gool that he had taken M'Leod also.
lBradley, the late comaninadant ;tt l'oint an
Platt, as not yet taken, but will be, shotil
he coniinue in this regiott, as Scott mnii
flests a full determinaion to bring ithese
lailess ien tojustice. I consider all mil
itary movements in this quarter as at an
cnd, and111 most of the men have dispersed I
already. Anotier sleigh load of wountded n
men were brought across the hay this after
noon, having no means to pay for assistance
n1l support, and innst depend oni private
chariiv. lad the British force had In
daians with thiei, nA usually, atnd as we Cx
peerid, but very few could have esenped, I
Mnl we shonld probably have heard the
war hoop at our doors ; but it sCeeis there n
hI'lie patriots make out their loss in the t1
skirmish at II killed, 16 missing amid some
20 wountled retuired here; but there are
rensons for supio.siig the nuinber to be ninelh
'lhe niost ninderate of them iclaim to
have killed of the liritish 15, and wo tteLd 1
fifteen. I timuist not onlit to say that SOme
think they killed more titan that nu)belr
themt))irees, but the probability is mv stite- a1
nent is correct. Every one will assert si
al.tt Couoigh of bloo113l h u ) ec ac.1 in u*- i
The British attncking force were all red I
coats, bit probliably partly nilizin in time
lion's skinm. The whole number froms three
to live litindred. came oin ill sepierate bodies -
fle nmaiin ono intended to amtuse Ihem wiho
hId a stomnach for fight, whihe the flanker P
hlouldl wivancee and cut ol thme retreat.
TIhe piatriots, oni seeinig the tmini coliuin .3~
ntear thcm, recreated down time island oni s
the land six or seven mnites ; amid when 't
they ennite out to take thme ice, liniad theni- it
selves inc frtitt of thle detachmmien whieb dl
had aidvanuced rampidlly to cu t themn ot1'- ju
I lere t hesy received tlie liritishi fire, andit ie
tirnedl it. bitt soon broke sand fled.
Lord Godord nrrivedt lire oa Saturday
fast, on his way tao Wa:lsingtoni. lie ex'
pre-sses himself extremealy gratified with the I
coiurtesies thiat hiaive bmeeni showered upon
himt, nd ple~iaed wiithi thle sentimtents of*'
hionorabhle netraility so evidienitly entertaiined s
by ilie govermnetnt andui peoptle'of this coon
try, on thle Camnada question. There is suir Ih
-a thing as international good fsaithi, lie finals,
im t\merica; amnd wve doubt not thai las homtet
dlespintehes will couternet sill thme demniteinm
tions of the .oimdon titmes ttewspatper, whoseJ
thndaer ait this mtatIter is inow bmoin!osver
thae publlic iminid of the kinigdomix.--Pldl~a- h
peilphlia Gureite. tIsisl)il~s iI
Governior MclNu-rr oh issip a s
suied his proctamnationt ordering a new elee
tion fair isiemibers of Conigress to take pince
oni M otiay, thme 23d andt 24th A pril next. 4
The l.egislutmire adjonrned omn thme 16th tilt.
aitter a sessiona of' foriy-sev en days.
lFrom~ the Auguista Constitutionualist, Mlarrhj 23.
AlUUITA AND) 11AM IUU; MAf.\KI-T. I
C O'r'oN.-We haveex perieniced sanot hemr r
dulsl week in ouir Cottron masrket, andmm time
tranmsnetionts have beeni so timtited, that they
are serrely worthy of ntitce. The1~ sales
fromi W~arshoutses, sas fir its they have come
to our knowleidge, aimiunt to aiiiy .127 bIs.,
in small paurcels. We ttiote aIs the ex
tretmes 64 a 9)4 cents. Th'ie receipis con
tiue light foir time season. Yesteray we 9
receivedt savices fraiti Liverpmool, via'*Newv '
York, to time 20th Februcinary, whiihtbeimng p~
cnsieredl rallier favora le thani othmerwise,
cansesda some little emigniry inito onr market,
butt mm tratnsnletions of1 any miagmnituide camie
tat our knmow ledge.
Gnoemsin-s.-Nothingt doing in time gro
cery line. lsinuess iit preent conmined to
time retail trade.
Fl'our IHmrard Slreet.--We niote a slight ~
dtchinea in prices simnce our last weekly reptort.
l~mriy ini mihe week the wngotn price rangedea
fromii 87,624 to 87.75, but tao-diy we liiihe
cuirrenst wnmgOn prtict to tae 67,504, andt wve
quote it necordinugly. 1cm the earlv parit of
time week hohlelrs asked $8 from stores, amnd
the saumme price is asked to-day. but withitn aa
day or sit sales have liee madte at $7,874,
amndt one lot at a fraction less thtan this last
City, ill./ Flour.--The sales of the week,
generalhly for foreignt export, amtonni t tip-]
wamrds of 2000N bhs-in tine imstance, eariy ,
isn thie week, at $8, fumll. liut in all time rest uita
67. 75. fiih. Mslc at th . at. a'r ........
Tar Collector's Notice,
I WI.L attend at the following places to cot
lect TAXE for the vear 18:7.
On Saturday die 7th April at Powel '
" Monday 9th lateher's Ponds
" Tueday 10th " Ridge,
aWednesday th " Willms'
Thursday 12th " Aount Willing
Friday :lth ' Perry's
Saitturday 14th " B. Richardson's
Monday 16th " Clark's
Tueay 17th " D. Richardson's
" Wednesday Jdth " Allen's
Thurtday 19th " 4myley's
"aturday 621st "perd's
Mundav 23rd " Mo I -.Ys
Tluaesday 2-ith " G .ihery Hill
" Wedlesdy 25th " Tucker's
Thursday 26th " Collier's
F" iday 27th " Beach Islaned
Saturdaiy e'-th " Hamburg
'Mona the 7tla May. nt Fdgefield C. It.
Aiar wluich time ty Houks will be closed ior
the present year.
D3. F. GOUF.DY, T. C.
March 26, 18:3 e 7
T 1. Proprieor- of lthe New Bridge, over
theo SaatnUh tiver, opposite the Western
part of the City of Afgusta, hereby make known
to the public that, in obedience to a Decree of
the Couirt of' Fitrors of the * ot' S. Cartolina,
eniforcing %at exclusive pria conferred in
V:t0 on the Bank of the Stte of Georgia, they
have reased. (they hop e, only for a time,) to ex
ereise? the rirht. vetea inl them by their Charter
frani the State of Georgia, and have closed said
l;ridge to all bit the Stockholdeer, their Agents
Imnmediate legal measure nre in contetnpla
iann to reiove the inonoovenliencae to whithi the
. tockholders atni the public have thkus been suil
Auntstni, Ga. March20, IS3 C A
The Greenville .linniaineear and Penhl-ton
.er: repotilfte-d to publisha the atitve
:1 tim.c sarul l'orward their aeeonltas to tlis olice.
Valuable Real Etate for
On the7 th of Anit i.
A IL that plantation or tract of Ianl atuatt d
.in I lorae (ireek. containing hetn een inine
linisned iati at thousand Arres. Thee ist be
tween three atal timrltuadred Acres of'Savananah
'tad Crveec low ground, of which there is a good
auoportion ineksel. mind in good plating tordr,
Ite whol truet is well covered vith Oak, Hick
ory lant Pilat tiainlser. adtll ablounds wilh gaood
prin.--Te ilaation i a nded y Ior
C~reek oti- and a hamile.. anid tao wheie more
that. two hitlred yardls fromn the Rail Itoal -
The loiwer lit only 2 aniles from the It. Road
D:)a'ih-itaor y at I laintlrg.This plantation po..s
the! ada tamtges of as goiod n mill siat as any tpon
the Cleek. whicht c40utld1 ie ereced tati-6.v nnad
chep. U:otan the liremuisae there are sotie imaa
Jirovemients. tal tn excellent orchard of* fruit
tre-s. The plae can ie treated for at privatC
SalO 1ntil thie 7th ol' April, whit if not diiposed
o. it will bie olt at pitbliek aaction to the lnghest
hidder. The terns will be liberal, and made as
Conveniently at posilc to purchasers, it a pro
lortion must lie paid ona delivery OifIeds. There
will be otlired laor salt itt the sattne tinte, a few
laIngt, llorses, Cattlh, Sheep. Goiatst &c. together
with all the plantatioi imnplements. Terms
for the latter, will be cash oat deliverv, The
whole! will lie sohl at the reSidencat ot ile sah.
serilber on the pretnise.s. Taw sale is to aflect a
dhviaion aming-t the hir-,. -1ad to ttatistv a
lw smalI debts da lay the F .tate. Titles 'will
lis made satisfactory to the pureiser.
Surrirnst Trustre saite of E. A. Hl1mamond '-c.
anl Guairian of the uinur leirs.
March 18, lI3M _____- - '
Y Order of the Ordinarv, I will rlTer
U)olr stale att the OhtI Wells, eta Tu'esdhay
the 10th of April necxt, tall the E*state, Real
anal Petrsoalof Mrs. $aarth Wise, dleceaised,
tn ta cdit uantil thte 25th of Decemaber aiext.
Putarehantsers tao ie naotes ad two apparovedl
Th''ie abo~ave tract tif landat (knownm als thme
( ).ai WV:a.L...) is otn te Pine Il[itnse road,
elevena mailes fromu Edgefiiehl f !. Ilionse, and
I ifteena mtile's li-am I lambtuarg tanda Anagusta.
llThe situat iain is reaimrktably hetalthay. andi a
toaid sttad ihr Pubhic ibulasine'ss. Persons
watinig to puirchaase will dlo well to tttend
Also, will be hired onr the samne daty, for
thet batlatnce of the year, a likely lanang
naegra iy, or tat ay tutne previotus. Apply
toi thte subasernher.
ENOClI 11. PRFESLEY.
E:recutorJFeith the Wll ganexed,
Marcha 7, 1S3t4n:
IlERFtl" l' ALES.
Y irtuet of a writ or Pirri. Parlar
tat umte dircta al, it.ii lbe sodld at Edage
lic~al C. Houitse', oa tihe lirsat ~lMonday tiad
Tuaesdtay ina April next, that illowing~ pro
L'haarles J. Gilover, vs Williatm obv, onte
tatr ~anat. lIosonta, tat foreelaase snoritgag~e.
Tlerams~ of stale cat.
W. 11. MOSS, s. ai. at.
March 17, 1t838 b 7
ROMthme Subhscriber~t, oan the 9th itt
1- stantt. a yattng sorrel OElADING, 14
air 1.1 htiamal haith, bilazedl face, hindt atnlles
white, atal birtaaded on thea shiaialelrr andt
tight-mounatting" side-withI the letter C
IIlets bieaen 'een aon the Goilumbaig Ronad
tabittt 201 muiles frmi thlis plaice. A snitable
rewardt will bet iiaidl far is dliver'v.
hlalaburg, S. U. Marcha 13, 18J8 tf7
JOlIN A D)Af."4 taills bteforeo mae, fouar
e hada of C'attl, one' caw amaal ycearlinag
boalahano-hornaead. nat ark~ts air brainds per
civeable, bthl btrindaled' color. Thela othear
twio a caow anal yeatrlintg, thae cow hans the
sappetaranaco aof beitng obal, maatrkedl witha a
crop itn each ear, a slht itn thc rightr. atal a
smcall hole~ ita slit ont int the leit, colou r red
atnd white, thIe ye~aringt is a steer, tao horned
with a whaite back and heily, btalance, real
mtarkedl, hialeropi ina each eart. Appraisactl
ta lie woth twcnty-five Doellars lay George
II. Elatm, W. I". Elnnm & IC. Matheaws.
WYETT"1 llOL1M Es, .J. P.
March 15tha, 183. a. y
School and Miscellaneous
71 IE Subsc'ribe~rs havet on hand a gery.
I ertal assiotmaent of Scehool and Mliscei
lancouis IBooksa,nmtaongt whlich aro Samith's
A rithmaetic, Samitha's Geograpghy andl Atlas.
amnd Smitht's G]ranatr, whicht are highly
approved of and rccommended by tho best
G. L. & E. PENN, & Co.
Ealgeldh. Mamah 1, I8m ., 1;
On Thursday evening tile tl iinst. by tie
tev. J. W. Coleman, Mr. Pierceo Little to
liss Teresa Waits, all of Edgefield District.
Ye Bachelo-s throughout the world,
And Maidens saill arise,
While Hymen's banner is unfurled,
Unite in strongest ties.
o do not longer waste your time,
Bhut while you cnn, go marry;
For having once but lost your prime,
You many tubrevur tarry.
'Tiv Associsation'Sealannt deliv
red by N. W llos r:s in October last, is
rw realy for delivery, price 126 Cts a copy.
ii worthy the attentiori of the eburcla's,
very mnetiiber of' which should posscs -a
TpY, and, redling it with special attention,
ractise the ditics, which it sets forth wit,
M)5seniitions care. The work ainy he hal
i appication at Pettn's storn, or to the
ubseriber. V. B. JOHNSON,
Chairnmu of the Publighing (um.
Some copies ofr Wvaylnd's :4ermons are
et oi hand and may be had Iat the abuvC
I E Subliscriber would respectfully in
form the M::rchants iad citizens of
Jgefield Distrit, and the public in geteral,
iat he las commenced .IIlanufEiziur7ing Tin
'are fat Duntonsville. nine mtiles North of'
dgeield Court olise, w hero lie inttenlds
i keep ni assortment solid full supply of
I.EADY MADlE TIN WARE,
Wholesale or lIetail, which he wvill sell
., as reasonnbale inrmusts aaty otlier like
osblishmnent in the Southern coitry.
liaving worked at tle buiiness inie'vears
the North aml Sonih, lie emn with cZonlfi
r-tic a-sstre thos;e who many favor him
ith their C:stoi, that they mnay at all
mes depend tipon having their Ware well
I he will lso m:tke to oprdt r. Tin Esave
'roiughn3s, Condctieor Ilenldls nmt.. I pe.S, :1aid
!: them tip if dsc.iredE, All order. fromt
own or Cointry thankfully received aid
romitlptly attrenudeal 5lo.
N. R. Old Tii repaireal, amd all kinds nf
*,b work, in his litne, exectatel with niat
ess and despateh.
i1. P. CJll'RCll.
Dinftonsiville, March. 20, 18:?. nec p
fir Subsczrilers mn Aenaits flir the VAU
SCIUE IMANUFAi.TilitiNiv CO.M
AI N , alld will keep eoistantly mo hand at teiir
tore im lIamliurg. a .uppiy'ot' everv Article
ian nfiemnreal at tilat -stabdishalnet. 'and will
-If :at Eririory 'riras. Tile suopierior qmalitv of
-e Vthasise l-'abrics ia kinow to sill whoi hiav
waminii'e thuein, nual thev are most cuitidently
EcoUmnendeil to the l'ublc.
Ii. L. JEIiFEltS & Co.
IIamurg, March uti, 1?:Mt ? 1
itOS the Subscrilier's Wmaron. in lain
btrg, oni the 1'7th isat, 1o I lORSSt
it(- a blsack itirse, with no p:arietar marks. ex
-pt trtm the (ear tihe otlier a Sorrel, with a
ua:ill stur fit the fiare aan one white floot. A
arnI rewnrai %ill he piven to inyyv trson wio
'ill deliver the horse< to .3r. Ca. J. t lover, at
lgefiiel Court lousse, or to) thl S1.-ri-r at
H' lE Noate's ad Acc4,nots of' Dra. Jamecs
Sann~t, dc'easeud, have bectn heft with
hr. i. . OJffies, in I Jstiamburg. ll per
3ns indebted to r. Spann are regnested
sall nnd4 pa~y Mr. Jediersa, whlo is auttthtriz.ed
> receive t~ifhe mony:5 and those htavin-"
emanids atganst the Estate will please retn
er themt to haims. E. SP'ANN,
Marc'h 2G1, 18:18 if 8 A dr'tri~r.
PL.AT of' a Tract of Lantd, surveyedl
.Jesse lHettis, lhr the E'statte Eoi Jill.
Syan, baoandint.; oat hands of JTos. Addliison,
I nthew .inrtins, laeon Ityamn siad others.
'he fider will please re'tarna it to the Subil
'-riber. or leave' at thu< ( )lhiee.
Matrchi f2G, 1sS sa 8
A iI L Persains aire heirebyv f'orewsianed
1. troma truthia-g wih ii an.i of' my Negroes
-thou~tt a1 wnrttena ordler f'rom uindetr may
sandas, ns [51nm de'termt ineid tot put1 the law ini
iree sam5tist any one4 whto viElit4es if.
L.ACON R YAN.
March 27, 18:N ti 8
r F1 thtis IDistriet, n niegru mlitni hvs Ilhe
nYtameti ot Nasthian, nhtltf 4 ft. high. very
actk, tupper Ironat tee.thi outa or' very shoia'.
salbn is bttweeni 55 andu ('t yeatr. of' age,
sall scar on his foarehemi'am .15 ome111 ona
is left airm, nol otheCr stunrks of' inmport aice.
he lhas somte free pa1sses foir N. Ca;rolia.
Ie says lhe belongcs to Mr. Mi lsey, living
a Mariotn Counoty. Georigia. Thle owne ta's
!yeUsted04 to come forasrd, prove propilert v,
ray cha'ares, nnd takLe him nt way.
March 17, 1838 tf 7
L. L: ersonst~ iindebi'ed toa the 'Esate of'
Ms.a W ise, dlecaseui, arc re'
necsted to samke immeiit.diate paiymem't, atml
tose hiiaig dlemandiis to pre~snt themti liro
E reenter weith the IJ'ill annie'.r .
Msareb 7, l8o' tt'5
N o t i eg.
i T II 'S Grammsar, fe'ography maid
.Atia', on thc P'rodluctive Sysfesm. Also,
ah'sa Pract ical sad Mental A1rithmtetic,
ith a variety of' other Scuioor, liOOKs,
anty he fiontnd at theo Store of'
C. A. DOWD).
Ma rcb 7, 183 t' f :
.i'o 5 i cc.
r IIW E uscier 'ill givena libernl
KlT'I'ilEN & ROBEIlTSON4.
I~nhuarg, Marcha 3, 1838 t
GiRAY, fEl. of Ilstnlhurg, S. C. will
. .ne as may satorney in hade, ats well as sat
,durmig mny abse'nce froum the State
.3. Da COVfNGTO J.
New Spkug and Surnmer
T HE Subscribeis beg Lave to infurm their
friends and the public generally, that thev
are now receiving their SI'RING A.ND S;.f.
AElt Stock of GOODS, consistiteg of
Black anld blue black Italian Lusring Sil.,
Colored Gro de nap do
Black Sincliew 49
Super. Bluck Bonbaines,
A good assortnetit Ladies fancy Ilankeruhiel,
do do do do do BeJt Itibbois.
Lpdies black and white Silk and Cotton Gloves,
do black and colored Kid it
do 'Vik, white & color'd Cotton & Silk IHose
do green, white and black Gatize V ils, *
Plain, Jackonet, Mull, Swiss, & Book Muslins.
Figured and Checked d1
31uslin Worked Collars,
Plain Bobinet Footing and Edping.,
A good assortment ot Pants, Gingehass Dn
Printed Jackonet do
Plaid Swiss do
Printed French Cambrie's,
A n assortmient of I.adies flonln.
Bonitet and Cap Ribbor,,
Also,for Gentlemen's Summer MI'a.r,
Black, blle ttid btoiia Canablet,
Black and browis twilled Suuraumer Cloths
Brown and white Drilling, and brownLinn.
A few pieces Georgia Nankeene.
White & coloPr'd 31arieilles& Valencia Vesting,
Silk Pocket loiandkerchieftl
Also, Black, blue and invisible Green Broid
Oettiehn's colar'd.whiteand brown half How
1 0 plain and pleated Bombeazine -t'e,
0 do do Satin die
do I.inen Dosonc aid Collars,
do hlck and colored linsk. Gloveg,
4.4 irish .inens and IBleached hirtings.
A good nupply of3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 brown Shit
ing 8nd -4 Shetigis,
Plaid mtdstrijw d Dornestics, and Bed Tirkings,
A ,iree .unl of nttintmer lists,
Genlvee's ioes mid Fine inm r>s.
Ladies and 3lisses Shors atd line. lipers,
?chool Inoeeks, Cup andI Letter Papr r.
AlNo. a general assortment of
lardwhnre, Saddlery. Crockery and Tin War...
'ogethier with a soply of
Itaucluse Uinabilrgs and ('otton Yurn.'.
.\nl limnny other article.4tootedionsto entimen-tie.
They fe-el very tharikfid for the liberal pastrimn
age heretoitre received. and hlop by striet atIte
tion to bunsine's to merit a confin'IntnteI or 11.,j
saute. NICIOLSON & PRESILU.
Edgefield, March 14, ItS tf
New Spring anid 8maanet
G O D S.
IE Sulscriberi re'tpectfutlly infoertn
Ethicir cttsiore'rs and the publick geuer
ally,that they have jist received a large suep
ply ofeloice Etigliah, French and Anericnn
goods embrneing every variety of staple nid
luney goods, suited to the Spring aid -:mi
mer triidel. Also a lirge supply of Grvccrics,
'rucker,, Suddles, u1.s, Shor s and 1i9oots,
all of which they will sell on the nost ren
sonable terms. i'or cash, or onl credit to
Those %% in wish to get good bar;nins n ii
dlo well to give theim :a call.
G. I.- & E. PENNi& (CI.
Eigefield, March 1.1, 183N tf r
New Spring amd Maaingner
CL 0 T0 RlV,
E have jiut receivdel a beautifl assori.
W nient fif 429ODS for Gentleme'm Senm-.
mer Coats, Pantalons and Jess, wlich fhev are
lrepared to have made tp mi the most F.~Ii.
1IWNA1LE STYL. and on reasonable terns.
Also, a general a.-;sortment Ready 31ade CLOU-r
X;, suited to the Season.
IIATS. SlIOESi AND) ROO TSq
1 200G Pair of Shoes and 15.tots embilraciingevere
style tand variety have just beenc re-ceivedt by te
Subserbers, which stogether wvith their Ife'rmar
Steck, vnatke a general and comptlete aueortrnict
seldlomn flinnd mi the country.
Aso. n himasdsomen assortmtett oi FA SIJIONA--.
ltl.E~ h:IATS. sntite~d to the' sen.s.,n. Tlo n-heid
tey inevie te aIttenttin of tlu-ir Ctenstiners.
U. L. & I:. PELNN & c~.
Edgefiehl, Mfarch 14, 191 h
TillE TIIORlOUGIh f:EI 110 :sh:.
l'2th~ anil 13 at TI'crncr's Store, I -Ith nt fiov
er's Hontel, Edlgetielhl C. II., lith aut Pirne
Ilionse, letlh atnd 1ith at .iurdlue', on Ediis..
to, amchl 1th~unndc 19th nti my Stnbile ont the
itdge roadh, ande will n tIeid each pleec
evie-ry tenth lay until 10ith l of .ine. I lo
will lie let to marees aut N the sintgle visit,
.41 the seasone, 515i to iiistire. Int eve-tv
mttcanzce thle mtsuranit ce ney will be-conic
dlue as sooni ns the marec is knKowa tee bie
ith foul tor exc-hangde. A COttapn Pf t'c
seven manres shiall be entit ld to a dedcltein
of 81 ont each mare byv nitt apphroeved ittat
becominizig respons'ibhlleer thle ni hiolar All
but I~ il ditnot lhe respionibele (Hr an -
Fotr partItinlatrs of his Pedcigreesee ha;ndl
hills, it. WAl R D.
IRidge. Mairch 10th 183-. da L
7 [1111. Comenutissieers of Publie lnihld
- hn.;e r lEdgeliehel Disrtrict will recciw
wrten rtosals. ntil the 1(ith of.-\pt-.I
texte foer the cetin of a new Harvei ( 'tett-,
Ilor': in scaidi dli-trict. T1he ouitliee oflih,.
hutilblinig are as follows : ()0 by 48S ft., 2S It.
peicht ;-at passage rtnin~g ictin ise- th;roe'
the lower story withi three otliee'- ott e-at
sidle, tre C.outrt rooms ande two jntry reoutis
le lie i cte tipper stoery, andi alsoi woi r
e~s ofaseats for speefatoers. A two story ov
liceo ni the cend.
Fuorthterinformiationt, n to thedeta'rils tieay
lee hatd, nri a lan of the buiilditng set-'
Iby ztppilyineg tee the iltndersignedu.
A. H. ADIhSON,- Chiurma:n.
EuIgefwthl C. II. March 1st, 1838. 5 t
,The Anugustir 'hronticle antd ,we-itt i
nill give thea aiboeve six weekly inesertionis.
ILLI~4A M 11. IIIA NNON eof l-:ei-.
V field lhas becen dutly aippointedl Brig -
ado Paymaster of the scteond litigade,
with the rank of Captaiin, andh wsill be ohen
ed[andl respected accordlingly.
Blyorder of Brig. Gen. E. G. TA tWnrua-.
B. F. NICHIOLSO..
-Maret bh 1838 d 5 unriv._alcj,.r.
.LEseof G. Anderson, Sen., dleceasmed, art'
regnested to present themn, and thosiee inetecd to
mtake payment within the timhe ern-serihed byVlaw.
A. ANDEltSON, .ldn..