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1Wt~ Tcx a
upon tb ilfeda' froti.i rgn'
is- W- I A p ;tre greatly aided-b
it;- e Whxtc'dM1s he, and had 'b
'istibbained. from kIe Indmtans
lWmises. to engage iW the war.. When the
ixiceanshere took up arms, -they imme
ey.*alled;up6n the Indians to join them,
.nany p,'whotn did, and, all were preparing
'4 to d0 so. ..They pitthed theircam at 4he
beustof ono ofthe chiers'of the therokee
ftidn; lint the timely oppearance of an
ntforce intimidated thetilinne, who
6amediki.ely withdrew from them, and
sent,thier.chios to our camp to 'hld talks
ofpenie. -' A- large portion of the Mexicans
tile rturned; some are here, and some
ke&gone.1oLquisiana; and about sixty of
theirateading men havergone to- the Prairie
Indiani. The Indiane in our vicinity pro
fbs. now the greatest friendship: and in view
ofan ieficientTorce, which is -now being
raised, f'kave not the. least doubt will re
main so. Your obedient servant,
THOS. J. RU1K.
- EXitco AieD 'IXAs.-Information has
been received in Now Orleans, says the
Truo 'American of the 22d inst.' which jus
tifin.us in the belief that Mexico will soon
recognise the Independence of Texas.
Evezy Interest it the t)ormer would .lead
evey one knowing the replative situation of
the.two countries, to believe it will moot he
accomplished, and therefore place Texas in
an independant stand among i.e Republics
of North America.
Enchanted Mountains.-Tho following
account of a natural coriosity is froi the
This singular mountain or hill is situated
on tfie head waters of the Safley-a small
tributary or the Colorado, about eighty
miles from Bastrope in a north-westerly di
rection. It is about three hundred feet
high, and appears to be an enormois oval
rock partly imbedded in tie earth. When
the.sun-shiines, the light is reflected from
- its polished surface as from an imnmetise
smirror,' and the-whole mountain glows with
.4bch a dazzling radiance. that the beholder
Who v!%ws it even from the distanceof four
or. five miles, is unable to gaze uponit with
out experiencing ! painful sewsation, simi
- Jar to that-which is felt when looking uponl
-the rising sun. The ascent of this hill is so
v ery gradual, that persons can easily walk
up to the top, but the rock is so smooth
and slippery , those ^ ho make. the at.
tempt are coml Ped to wear mnceasins or
stockings inste of shoes. This act., to
gether. with the name of the place, Holy
Mointait, remind the visitant very fbreibly
of the'command made to Aloses at Mount
Horeb, "Put offTthy shoes from off thy feei,"
&c. The Cumanches regard this hill with
religious veneration, and Indian pilgrims
iequently assemble from the remotest bor
ders of this tribe to perform their Paynim
-rites Itpon Its summit.
STATE OV MORALs ix LoxDox..-A re
port had been published by the superinten
'dent 'fPolice.n duty durina tho late
'Hyde Park fi(tn the day of her Majes
s. -Coronation; .which is remarkable, as
Sho-iving in a most unquestionablo mtanner
'thirofto ct of tjAe '.opic of thi. me.
.0156;1 t, a rgethan ov;r
- W , s19#iJi/L6Ido-' there was
-O q o ve scenes ofdi-untken
ness, and.duPing thefair only twenty per
sons wste taken ao custody and conveyed
to thotion. They consisted .of soven
pick. OTets, one feon (only apprehended
a1 th air, for the act was committed smne
im before,) and twelve persons charged
with BW611 in. -ft is, perhaps, not over
dIffpping the limits of truth to say, thatt 2ne
h If .of thto population of the mnetro'polis
at~ one time or another itn the fair.
- ton a daty of general excitement
srrounded by every temptation to indul
'dance-beer shops in abunadanc-not otne
per 'asapprehended for drunkenness
*A From heA National Intelligemer.
~rThe fibllowitg passage in a mantuscript
Journal of an itntellii'nt yontng Aaumerican,
who spat some months in Fantce three
years ago, interested us s) mnucha in ih: pe
rusal, that we have presrailed tipon bims to
aus to copy it for our renders:
"CA EN, October 1, 1834, Eventing,
have just returned from a visit to hir.
- Eloui, an artist wvho was recommiendled to
me as a teacher of drawinag. I found hiat
a very old man, gi vtng the fluishinig touch
to a lovely portrait.
" As 6n as he wnould listen to me. I ex
*plained- ie object of my visit; when lhe
-coldly informed me he never gave single les
sons, but otiserved that he gratuitously
~ave lessons'to a class at night. -By this
tttme, hie had discover-ed I was a foreigner,
and, to my senrprise, repeated hiis observa
--tion in English. informed him I had not
Leen aware of that, and. distinctly tohld hirn
the object of my visit was not to ask per
-mission to attend the class. IIe then in
-ipred aifIwas'~a, Englishmian, [ replied
~nAmerican." Ilis manner a! once grew
more affable, and he oll'ered me a seat,
witliotit l'or a moment leaving his wvork.
In arfw minutes, several ptersonas entered,
-whose unfani,bed pictures I immediately re
cognized in thte room. Considerinag mtyself
air intritder, I rose to take mny leave, tant he
b)egged me to keep my seat; to which'l reaidi
Jy acceded, as I had yet scarcely glanced at
*the ex'quisite cast and painting's with which
r'the room was filled. After lie had touched
the portrait of each of his visiace, nd< the
1.~ioorh had closed etn the last, layinig aside his
-, ph1let, he turned to me, claspes' my hand in
both his, and said that he too had be-en in
America; that, though a Frenchmn, at
heart he was an A4merienan. *
"H-e badresided in alaryland, Virginia,
untj P'ensuylvbtnia; had lieena much through
the wilds. of Amnerieca, had'passed a summer
---inthe Valley of -Wyoming;'had visited the
RixNtins/'. anad had even penetrated
to.thiel shores qf Lako Erie. Jta uinaze
metnt he listened to. my aceotant of the chan
ges that~ hatf come over these scenes, thme
levelling of'Toarests the projcI'otief catnals
-, ts dispetTrot or extinction of the' indians.
lastl.y, ho fold me hse hiftd lived int the fatalily
of WVAant,totoe,' and had the honor of
- paininulte faly, and, whilst dwelling
ohe benevolence of hiia.character, and re
s fire ner h covsod ith his eno
ions the white-hoided old man bust into
tears. 1y lip trembled, inade a s tr
effort, but could Udrestrati i Nf'lf and dil
The following is related of*ir Colin
Campbell, hy on-Engisla paperr '
Sir Colin Campbell.-About six wepks
before the batle of Assaye, G3en. We)10ty
-thought it necessary to obtain liossess.ion
all an iniportant for, namhed Abmedaugger.
It was takeu by a most gallant escalade; in
the thick of the assault GUen. Wellesley saw
a young otlicer who had reached the top of
the "very lofty wil," irust oI by the. eie
my, and falling through the air from a'great
height. Gen. Wellebley had little doubt
that he must have been severely wonuded,
if not killed by the f4ll; but hastened to en
quire the name and fate of the gnlant young
fellow, and had the satisfaction of seeing
him in a otoment after, comparatively little
injured, again mounting to the assault.
Next morning the General sent for him,
ollered to attch him to his stall ni brigade
major, and frot that hour, through nll his
fields and fortunes, even to lhe conquest of
Paris, continued him, in his personal farmi
ly and friendship, and used sometimes to
say that the first nne he had ever seen him
was in the air; that young oflicer is now Sir
Colin Campbell, knight commuander of the
Binah, a Major General in the army, and
Governor of, Nova zcotia.
We insert the fisilowing at the request of
an old correspondent:-"lhiere is now liv
ing at Farriigton, Gurney, Somerset, 12
mles froil Britol, on the' Wells road and
at the same distance from 13aih, Ani Coo
met, who has not taken the least food, ani
al or vegetable. milk, nrrow ruot, buetp,
jelly, broth, or tiny eatables whatever; 4-0
forty-sev-n weeks fiom date of this paier.
Tho only nonrishinent that has entered her
:ips for the above time is one, or not ex
ceediug two common sixed teaspoon fuli of
tea or collee lit lihe morning the same in the
eve -ing, and perhts a'tea spooi of* cider
ora' e Ince in the i eck, pari of whiel was
Slill, owmlr to her teeth heing closely clas
ped. Mr. Pope. of* Tetiplb Cloud, and
Mr. Flower, of Chilcompton, have attended
her, and seve.-al other usedical men have
seen her. I saw ier three months ago,
when she aipearred at first sight ns if dead,
but otn close in1sr"etion lifle was perceival1e
She was lying on the left side, and . slight
flush on her countenance, which was not
nnpleasant. I saw her again on. Saturdhy
last, and lound her' much tihe same. uinly
paler. She ha., never sat up in bed or rais
ud herself in any way whatever since ta
ken ill, and her eyes and nimouth have tiot
been opened lhr mn*re than II months.
She is removed from one bed to another
while her bed i, made. and then put back
agaimi, and continues motionless. - The zt
bpve I believe to be strictly true. and will
be sworn to by the father and mother, and
others if required, with many more particu
lars. The vulgar say she is in a ifance.
others that her illness is a judgement- of
Providence and others, again thit she is be
We cull the following from the pages of
Mr. Slicer's pamphlet on Duelling.
I'rom the iise twhich Fknu.eso th,e-J"
,of France, gave 'the' lie .to the Ensmie-ror
Charles-the Y mand offered to minintin it by
a duel, the Oirberice with ibis high sanction
spread alarmingly, especiall) among the
nobles. and military men, n hen either the
lie or other opprobious language wtvs given;
which barbarous fiashion bet ane tihe cause
of many wounds and mur-ers, and of nuch
public and private mischief-so potent for
emi, is ther hadC e.rumpjle of meni in hiigh pilaces
The praetice oibtainedl ins Enagland, also, to
so great an extent, thaut in tIhL sijnghe m"iu
tf George the III, it was estimated that there
were thrtee hundredi and forty lfotr persons
engaged itn duels. sixty-mne of' whomt were
killed, and nitnety six wounded. Many of
those coimibtits took place fr'om sligt, and
all of th"ti fronm istificsmienit, reamsons. Andi
from a petition sent -to th British P'arha
aeut by Alr. Joseph~ H'.inihion, it appears,
that such is the tendertiess of the sensibili
ties of British gciemti of hotior, that CoIn
nel Motgomeary was shtot in a duech a1bout a
dog: Capt. Ra, assay ins one absout a servantt:
flit. Fetherstotn in onie about a recruit; and
Sterne's ftather- in one ahbotut a goose Gen.
Barry wasq challenged bty Captain Smithl
for declining a glass of wine with him at
dinner, in a steambhont, and nuiother was
"-Omipelledl to fhiht about a pinchl of snuf- a
plretty fatir spce'ete (b. the way) of'the
causes w hich trnost coinmmonly leadl *o dlu
cls; atmong such, in aill coutries. a theatre,
a horse rtce, abhet, ia game of' ha'zzatrd, a
lewd woman, or some other nalisancee to
soeiety. is comnmnly at the bottom of stneh
atffairs of honor."
From the Jour, of the Ameuar. TempJerance U'nion.
Ext reme Cae.-Dire Nece'siU--Life
and Death.-The,e are- the spots itn the
stream of .Tlemiperanlce, wvhere the devil
pluts ini is hook to eatch Temnperanice mn
not on their guard, and whleni he has thuts
ensnared them by guile in these friahtfutl
passes, all the ar.gnents and motives used
by those who would reue them, are used
in vaiti. Who dloes not recollect how wcll
Tremperanice effort commnenceed andl pros
pered im TVennaessee and Ketmeky, till the
f'righfulh Cholera camne, and a certaitn lihy
sician said "a little bratndy was necesary
to keep it ofl';" anid every onie went to
drinking brandy; thotugh the cholera seized
those who did it erqually, if tnt w~orse tan
those who rejected it; lint it w"as an e.rtreme
case and it rulinoed the Trempjerance ennset~
for a seaseoi n mfhose, states. It is now goo
bite to warn our friends against the devil's
bate dus'itng the extreme hea;t of summer,
hmt we have no doublt lthatany have beeni
nlli'ighted: "O, it was never so hot, wye' shalf
melt; have a stroke of the sunt; if we drink
cold.wvater it will be fatal; it is an extreme
case; we will take a little." The deed has
heetn done, the pledlge broken, theo con
science, wvhiich said no, violated: fellosw la
hotnrers, the children, the tneighors know
.I .ut lifeo was preserveed, antd conscience
*-ted; the exceptiotn is jmmstiied: it may
1gain; we will he total abstinence mean
except in extreme eases. Ant.i whl~ tire
they good for ? aItreume cnse.s ocenr wheon
they are lint andI when they aire cold; whe-n
they are wet nad whetn they aro dry; when
they are at home andi wvheghey are abroad;
andI soon they are found fleating wvith the
common asa perhapsgta Irretrievable ruin.
We hae buone ord o y to such of our
riends as ha'vp,.uriuig. pres
yklded tVh6Ifears we
there are .sonie-resolv
ghin; Thosto -eitretm aRi 61V
work of. a heate intagi tion.- T
around you, who persvered through.
heat of the season witho'ut. tking -th.e
toxicating fluid, are Juet as well as your
yau .would have best as well as you I
are, hal you adhered strictly to your-ple.
lit truth, water in extreme heat is the -aIs
Says Mosely on tropical diseases .
"1 aver, front ay own knowledge 0
custom, as well as. from the custom andl-ob
servations of others, that those -who drlIkN
nothing but water,or make witer their pirin
cipal drink, are but little affected by 'ht
clinate,anl can tindlirgo the greatest fatigui
%%ithout incouvenience. -- 0
"The Arnha of the desert are nnong*tha
most harly of the humn race, enduring the.
greatest fatigue aud oxposuro under a burn-,
ing hun, and their habitual drink is water;',
'hut it is principle for which we would
contend. Whiat is a Temperanuce man
without priuciple ? 1,ow will ,he stand
in this world of temptation, unless his
mlind is fixed on this, that intoxicatinlg bev
erage is in health never needful, but always
hurtful and dangerous; and that all thoibest
interests of nien, for both worJds, demand
its eutiro abaudonmient.
Fao.% Mr.xico.-The Pensacnla Gazette
of the 15ith inst. 'entions the arrival at-Pen
sacola of -the Fri,nch brig of war Li Pe
rouse, Capt. Tournier, thirteea days from
Stocrificious. After her entrance into port,
salteks were exchan-el between her and
the flag-ship of the-Aimerieau squadrou.
The news I-roughi by her maes no addition
it) our previous 5totk of inormatitsia. An
imerease of* the blockaditig setiadron was
daily expected. jt is itow olctily ivowed
that whenl the additional force arrives, Vera
Cruz will be attacked by the French. The
possession of the Castle of St. Juan do Ul
loa %%ould be a mnore important acquisition
to the crowt of France, than the capture dif
Al-iers. After this, tle maurch of 1.5000
Frenach grenadiers t iwards the Pacific, and
tie sujutgaiutin of the whole Mexican ter
ritory. would be the inevitable and speedy
con1sequence. Ilavitg possession of' the
cotuntry,ii would be the work ufa fiew years
fur the conqtuerors to coustruct it rail- road
froma, the gulf of Mexico to the coast of.the
P;eific, and thus oien a short and expeds
tious route to China. which would secure to
Frianco thle boundless opulence of thbrEast
india traifie. In the accomtplishment of
these far-reaching schemes of' conquest,
louuis PIlipile will contribute to tile aggran
dizemea of France, but subserve his own
privaiv ambition. The eclat of such tri
umphs would give him a strong hold upon
the allections of the French people, and
enable him to traninmit the.throne as an
inheritance to his children. In the mean
fime, John Bull and Brother Joiathan seen
willing to stand by as mute spectators,
while their adroit neighbor quietly carries
out his plaus and sakes sure of the prize.
From the Loudon Times.
IMITATIoN WiNS -It is not, pejhaps
generally known, that ver great establish
nietits exist., a testl
every descriptioi i wpaei-h pIaPl
duets not only of France, bt .of all othe i
wine-growing and% wine-exporting cotitries
Some of these e-Ahblishnents are on So!
large a cule as to give employment to an
equal, if al a greater number of persons
than our lairge breweries. It is no uncomn
mon ooccurrence with speculators engaged
in this sort of illioit traic. to. ptirchase sid
ship1 imitation wisaes, fabtricated in the pla
ces namied, to Madheira where, by collusiop
with piersotns mi ste cusLoin-house depat
mna of the island, thev wines are landed in
the enitrepot, ands thesnce, sifter being branded
withs the usuasl ma;rks of the gensnine aMa
dleiras vint age, reshaipped prinicipaslly,it ishe
lieved, for thme Unaited Sintes. rThe scale of~
Cratusity lfor this sort of work, to she ollicials'
interesed. masy be esimated'i by the fact,
that, otn one occasion, 70 pipes were thus,
suirreptitisusly passed atr a chatrge of $I.000O.
It is n t ircuatance- no less siungular, that
the sasme msaneuavre is unaid so be commuonly
earriedl on with countserficit wvine made usp
ina Xette andI Marseilles. anad thence de
ptchtled to Oporso. where the satme process
of hmdt~ing~, bransding, and reshipsment as
genauines por-t. is gosne shroug~h, the destina
tin of this sp~uriouts articlo being miost gen
eraslly to the United ~Sates. Such is (lie
extenit of this nefariouns commtser-ce, that one
indsividual ailonte hans been, poinated ots ins
the ('renchb posts. whot lhas been in the #t
his of despathing four ilmes itn the year.
25,000O bottles orfcham n ane, each ship~.lnt,
ofi wines not the producste of the chtapne
districts, buat fabhricatedl isa these wine fac
tories. it is knswn that thie imiposition or
these counterfeit wines hats arrived at ssuch
a pitch, as to hsave Iecime quaiie notoriosa,
andas the suh'ject of boud -omiplatint in te U.
States, at least.
EJJects of Prussic Acid C'ounteraccted.
\ numsseronss bodly ofgentlemten of this town,
conisistinga of memberhws nf the medical and
legal profiessions, were lass week invitedl so
atrtnd a series of experiments of a physio
logical atnd chyn tsena nature, illustrative of
thie imp hortanlt sbject of forseii medicine,
by J.lhn Robinison, Ml. D)., wvhicha afTorded
miuch inistrtuctiona and the greatIest satisfae
tion to the audience. .The most imaportants
featuare of these dlemtonstrastions was the
doctoir's nmelhod of resuscitation froty she
ciecs of hydroicyanaic acid, of which'..we
wvill give a brief outlinie. 'ITwo stronag ratb
hits being~ selueteud for expes ient, four
drops of powerful hydlrocyanic acid, were
Opplied to ste ton:;ue of each. The elTeets
were imatauntly appasretIU-the animals were
1h)r soame sa tesnmotisonless. andI app)arent
hy deadni, whet Dr:; Robinson adnministered
hais restorative---viz, cohld water p)oured
f..-:.-. , ,.,e above the occipius and
spme, (the temperature of te wva'er beinga
previonsly loiwer-ed by sitrase of lm shl and
commoni ,salt.) Thi eirect was magical,
for- by this resuscitative process it was re
msarkedl that each aiatl itt turni, skipped
about ste floor, as if ina good heattjh amd
spir-its. We sneed sCnrcely remark, that
such fncts as we nsowv record cansnot be ioo
promisnently placed before this public.-Sun
Jons~ W. Yaaoaouotn, ha. heet p.
pointed P. Master ar HIamburg Edgfosi
PP1JJ04ik of the New Orleans bank
AN Tuesday, 18th. instant,
oi'tin d1gthe 1st 'Mon
a y,V s the day of "general and
bond :. resuirption of specie pay
by. ;Bans of this city, of all
e are anthodized to an
I1AM H. KEY, a Candidate
OLLEC';ipR of this District.
$38 tr 25
--0he friends o WM. FOY an.
a hidia- Candidata for Tax Collector of
I District. tf 31
HE Subicribers have just received from
York,a splendid assortient of FALL
PNTER GOOD5. Consisting of
* loths, Cassimeres and Vesting@,
."'locks, '2 . and Bosoms,
o an nspenders.
.Arhts aed 'Umbrellas,
iany other New and Fiashionable Articles
P. ir line. A general nssortinent of
Jlitilaq#- Trimmings of ull kinds.
P.8. CLO,T'HING Made lip in the best man
I ner and 3 mnost fushm an b!e Style.
i GoUDWjN,4.ARRtlNGTON & Co.
Efdgeield C. k.:0*1,2, lKS i 35
Vaiuab - au for Sale.
SL IE SiliscRiier offers for sale his vnlit
Table P L A N T A TI O N on Rocky
Creek, about eight miles fiom Edgelield
Court House, on tlip Longenne Road.
The TrracLeonsisti of seven hindred and
fiorty-soven and a hatf,(7474) acres, about
Ilrhundred acres of which tre woods
land, the remainder ider good fence ; the
loud is of as good quality as any in the Up
country either flor-Cotton, Curt or small
(rain. On the lirenises are a very good
Dwelling House, Kitchen, Smokehouse,
Gin louse and Screw and all other neces
sifry61it-bguildings. Any persons wishing
to purchase will do well to call and expi
ine for themselves. The termns will he
inade accommodating to suit the purch-aer.
For further particulars enquire of the Sub
scriber on the remises.
iIOSAS B. HARVEY.
Oct 4, 83 c 35
B SIERIFIF,'S SALES.
Bl~ Y an Order firom the Court of C.ommon
Pleas for -.dgefield Di-mrtrict, will be sold
at the Vancruse Factory. inder an aetachnent i.n
the case of Jeremiah flail, vs George L. Sa;c, on
Wednesday the 2-ith inst. the following property.
one.dining rabe, one I.,yg Car, two dozen trinme
of-Shah, one Grind Stone, one Bureau and one
Cow and Cali.
Ternii of sale, cash.
W. If. MOSS, S. E. D.
Oct2, 183 350
Y Order of the Ordinary of Edgerteld
istriet, will be soid athe lute resi
de of Wiley IU. Berry, deconsed. c6tn
sing on Wedne.iay the 7th of Novem
.~ . r 6es n Caitle and
. -u.i .dder, Household and
. kijrniture, and numerous other
arbtils ot mentioned. Terms are a credit
of iilv .months. the purchasers to give
thbir notes wilh, two aproved %ecuriiies.
SA m'l, ST VENS, Adm'r.
October 1, 1638 e 35
7.anOrdr fom heOrdinr*v of Edge
]nuesday the 30th) day of detohe'r, all ihhe
Peg~nnmal Proplerty of sa id deceased, on a
e,edit twelve month, puarchas~ers to give
their notes with approved seenarities. The
sale willinot commience earlier tIh an 10 o'
clock. SiHlU It L IEY COOK
1 October 4, 1838 d 35 Arn 'r
* NO TICE.
N OV RSI R.wntedfor the ensuing
-'. yoar. One bhnt enneomie well recanm
mended f9r industry anud'sobtriety, with Oth
er taecessasy qualifications, will find employ
ment ny applicntion through this Ollice.
October 4 1838, t f 35.
ALLr prsotns indaebted to the estate of
C.Stephen Tompkins, deensed, are re
'Wiestd to, Wake immediate payment, and
those havin2 demands to present them pro
WlLLTAM BRUNSON, .Ad'mr.
Sept. 6, 1838 if 32
LL Persons having demands agaitnst Wmi.
~RConner and Wade H Cotnner.dleceased,
are hereby requested to hand themi to thme Sub
scriber duy atteMted, anid those inidebted to either
of U w Roe named initestates, are reqnested to
mak immtediato payment. I). II..JONF.S,
July 30, 183R ac. 2r, zIdir.
J.eveo together ini the practice of Lawv
and ~iuity in Edgefm.-id District.
- N. L GRIFFIN,
e . A. BURT.
8et 4, 1833 tf 31
wU&T.Received a fresh supply of Bag
qJging and Bale Rope, which will be dis
posedl ofou'ncommodating terms. hy
C. A. DOWD).
Sept 1G, 1838 -e 32
EmiOO L, delivered at the Vaucluse
Fa ot at the store of Smith & Co.
Edk .1Hr-and the Cauk patid down,
3I931838 aj 23
of Sonth 4 'a'alinla.
IRLL RESE toils before me one
LP ~~ orse, 4 years old 4 feet 9 inches
bigt ath.star pod snip 611his head; ne
hr iVbles Appraised to $30, by
Day,and W .L d
OllN Y, . Q
LisZ of Letters.
R EMAINING in the Post Oflice at Ed-c
field C. House, ou thest of October, I85;.
A & H.
Attaway, Rebecca Mrs. Bird. I ldred M.
Burden, Bej. arranton, Mary Mrs.
Bonham, M. Aj. Drymat. Jesse
Druzier. Win Dr lle.enger & Wimbish
Bredwell John Blocker, Dartley
Clatk, Anron A Crane, Lucretia M
Clhitty, Joseph ~ Crane, Madisotu
Cluxtun, Zechastriah Cook, saiuel
Cornet, Frances mrs,
D; F & G
Drake & Shaw Greetn, A J Rev
Davidsun, John Gurganmis E Alr
Dunaton, Mary 1, Miss Gib6s, Jampr, 2
Fortter, Steplhen Goinllion Alar Miss 2
Fletcher, Lewid Griffin, Alary ,lisi
Ifll.stoio.Moses Hard, GrIenville, 3
Hu nter, Alexander Hardun, bim S:ir:tlt
fIornL Creek Church, ibbet. Amold %V 2
care of J. Latodriisnt Ill. James
inter. Nathianiel llarrii4os, James 11
leickson, iluimplarey Hosrord, James Dr
Harden. Julia F Miss HarritJoito C,
Ifarrit, Moses 110bl101, WHI
Headh, J A
JohInsFol, WVilliamn J11arson, Theohilus
Joinket. CAviet Jones,, Hlemry
Keny, Mrarrret Miss I
Lit. John F Liingson.-Lur, Mrs
Lon1g, .'lizabeth A Laqtmaix, Amnehit'L, 3
Lan-ley. Monoing3lirs Lndy, W L 5nter
Lifle!oua, Wina Levingin, Ezahethi G
Mite.l, Cin Meibben, 51mren Rev*
Alarto, Elizabeth As Maey.s., Samah Mrs
ieao. tm eint Eion-i. Wi, t
MAitchell, Ah- Caremline 15urly' W A B
Mays. Dann11itt II 3 - Margaret Mrs.
Moultrie, Seatca Manuery & Bryan
Nix. Clim les Pixley I.-Irvm.ne
NobWe, Wim Pick':.s, F W
Randol. John IR Hidtrn, Dorcis. %ms
Itevn4lids, Jo-eph Esq Mmin lir. Marh irs
Roper, LimiiV AIrs lIeddlelhaer, George
lietnlin-ton. Joh1 tocky Creek Chuiacj
S & Tr.
Slmarpion, Alexamder, Temples. Thomas
Stonier Mr .4 Terry, James
Tillman, Benj R -
V, W &. z
Vinsom. Elizabeth Mrs Wigfall, L T
Whitlock. James Wisgird. Jeremiah
Walker. Hamsy Mt Zion 1a1p't Chtirch
Wallace. B A Zelathis lalasti-t Church
M. FRAZIER, P. M.
Oct 4. 1,38 C 35
L OST on ifth-8th Septifmber in Hamn
burg, or between Hamburg andliornes
Creek on the Stage Road, a coarse Calf
Skin Pocket Book, which has been usv
for many years, and of common size,-con
tauing u pwards of Three Hlundred Dollars
in Notes, principally of the State Bank of
Georgia and the Bank of Darien. Tim
Bills are from $5 to $20. There is also i
Note of hand upon James,,S. Pope, for
$2662 50 cents, paylble on the first of Jan
uary last: also a note on Thomas Nichols,
for $150 elit two or three months ago, the
time being not preciselt recollected, with
a few other notes or saijer amount, and
sundry pipers. All persons are warned fron
Strading for-the above notes. Any persot
boI-wilt:leme dih. tinoney,and notew will
the Subscriber living near Canib-idge oi
withy the Editor of the Advertiser at thif
place shall receive the above Reward.
Sept. 29. 1838 c 35
%.tale of fouth Cal-olina.
Benjamin T. Ahney and others, vs.
Tal.ithia Alhney n::d thers. 5
B Y virmea of an Order from Chnn'u. Johnostona
iina the tharegoeing case, I n~ ill ntTer for sale
to te highest hhiide.r. en Friauv tIhe s.cund day
of Nov etiuher next. amt thme Store'of RLiard Cole.
manu, four te :s of Iind beloangiinx to the Estae
of Zacturmhl Abney, dlecetasedl, situeae in Ealge.
field District, ona thae waters of Aia ltiver, te
triacts to be sold seately, rnnd the naube'r ol
neres, buittopg nad boudingia s to be amde kenwi1
on thae ayu of sale~ ; the termis of sale n ill be n
credit of one anid two yeairs. exep'Jt the costs,
two thirds of whiah nmst lbe paid ine en:-h hv thec
puirceltnsm's; the reiningaL third teo be paid by3
the idow. The pturchas-ers to ii he boianad
security to secure thie pure huse montev.
..TERRY', C'E. E. D.
~Egeield. Oct.1.st.1I.:LW. e :n5
RIOt of f l' BEItlln.
George Ilanecock, and Saraxh W. BIu ifor
lIanacok~ ande oither. vs'. Parnt,.
Chatr-s Lamar, Exaentor. ) ion.
NOTIICE~ is hierebly given, that bi irtue r
Dlecree from the Ceoirt oftlChnceerv'. I shnaI
offer for sale at ladgefieldl C. II. unthe aii-st Motn
ay in Novembaer next the lollowi ng Ihmdel he
longinig to the Estate ofi Wtillaiam 'Tarrance, de.
Oe tinct of landl sitnate tiponi little Ilorsi
Creek, ma the Dlistrict of Edeli*ehl. cotaini a,
six huindr-ed and hurty (ci40e) neres imore or less
and boundieed neco'rdlineg to :a yrnt thereof froti
then State~ of Somth Carolina teo the saide Wilian
TIarance. bay lanids of Johnm Tarrance, Tu'iomoa
Ltamiar and..Inao. Carter. anal lby other vacatoi d:e
Ono other tract coitatininig two huanedred natt
sixty (WO') neres, tmore or less, ceanveyed teo time
aeaidl Wilhiam Tarranco by a )eede of Release
fromt Johni Caurier, anal therein described as situt
ato ini thte DIstrict of Ninaety.six, eta --.
-----,ner thme Chaero,ke Pa,nds.
Also,, one other tract of two hundareed antd twveni
ty-eight ('22) acres, tmore or less. hiomunded in
lands of Mimus, liteabo, Morris hLmar atna
TPhomp son, and' intersectedl by the lIoned leadinm
from tihe Cherokee Ponds to Anuanstna. Snid l.,adl
to he sold separately, on a credit of onem anid twa
years, pumrhlasers to give hanmds ntel personta
secerity, and a moa.rtgage. otthe >reisace.
I. T Fl.R R ', C. E. E. D.
C .ommtissioner's Oflice,
Edlgetield, Oct. 1st, 18t38. e :t5
Lutuber for Sale.
I WVhL L deliver ILn mber ofsuperior gtna
1.ty andl of atll dlimnensions at thamt weld
known Mill, knowna as Amos L:ialndrum
on Shaws Creek, in this District, ahmonut
mniles fromn the Pine House, Prnice 75 et
per hudredl feet. B. F. LAND RUM.
October 1, 1838 h 35
Land for Sale.
IIE 8nbscriber otlfers for sile his Plnantn
.tionlviny on the waters of l.ittle Stephen
andl Rocky 'Creeks. containingu aboitt eight hm1
dredh (800) Acres, adjoinitng lands of Catpt. WVer
ver, Thos. hharvcev anal otheris. Persnsi wishaint
to examne the paaee can apply tea Jas. 'Greena o
the preamases. F'or termse apply to thte sntbacribe
hiving at Edgefiehul C. Hlonse. Corn. P'oddae
and Oats can he had at the daace atnamket prica
September 3, 183t!.
.WIIERAS, information ihas been re.,
ceived by thij Depnrimenilfm that
douts are entertnined by many of the inan
agers appointed by the resolution of tho
last begsion of fie Le.islature of this State,
to hold and mana1110ge an election oi the so
cond aMonday in October nexr, and the day
foIllo ing, for membiers to serve in tne Gen-i.
eral Asembly theruf for -two years iext
rmceeding fite said election, whether, ait
file same to amd place the said umanager.
are required or nuthoriued to open a poll
i namiunge i election for initmhers ft
serve in the 1louse of Representaiives ot
tihe Contgrcss of the Urm titales; to ith.
end therelore, that tll douts on that suh
ject trnny cease, 1, Vl.:nCF AL. IeSUTn,P
Governor amid Commander-i-Chie, inl and
over the Stme of Soith Carolin, do hereby
proclaim auonmke knownto tie said imani
gers of the suid genertil lectiois tihrigh
out the said State, and (o all oihiers who
may be concerned, that by tan Act entitled
An act prescribing oi ile part of thi..
State thie times, plices anud manner ofhotl
ing clections for R1epresenlatives im the C41i
gress of the United States." puased on th
21st (lay of December, 18*22 it is expressly
itade the duty of the said managers,at cacit
place, to open n poll and hold i cleclio-t
for menibers toserve two years in the lionse
of Representatives of the ntext Congress of
the United States; ind which at is here
with referred to' as part of th'i proela
tantion, for the inure perfect inAirmation
and direction of tho said ungers of eiee
tions throughoit tie said Stiate; tuid- do
hereby en.ijoin the said mnatigersof electioni
to pay ie aid strici obedience to the re
quisitiolns of the said Act.
In wiv:-si wh'imrcof. I havit
iietllunto tct imly Itimid an,d
cau11-e-id hile eea of the State
L S ts be Oiixed, this third day tif
Septemiir, in the vear ofour
Lor. I onle I thonsud 'ight hu111m
dred and thiry-eigh:~ and in
the sixty-third year ufithe in
dependence orthe U. Siates.
P. Al. BJ'.UT'LLR.
By the Governnr.
1. If. SAXoN. Secretary of State.
Sept. 27, 1S38 b 34.
Souta11-Western 1110:4. RoItank.
][SOOKS will lie openoel by tlhe tndersim.ed
Commisioners fhr 6tork in this 13null, on,
I the YLth dayi of' OctIier nlext, at L.dgelield C 11.
anld ctoltmmne openl lie weel the holus of 10 and
2 o clock, Ihr 30 das. Lvery st(ockholder ill the
Rail lRoad, who shill play umi theP second if6fal
iment ol Rail R(ond Stock, is enti,ed to 4biseribo
lir am egual number of Shares in the Batik.
Twelve dollars and a imaifom each1 Share so sub
scribed Cor in the Baik. inms ho pnid at the tinia
of sthieribin;r, either to the Commissionegs, orto .
the Caier "fay Banimk it good credi. .A Meet
iug of the Stockholders of the Hank, In person
or by proxy, will be hield at Charleston, on th
1140th Novectiher, when the Mother Dank willjbe
nrgmnized, and Branches established in North
Carotina and Tenniessee, as soon thereafter a
Iossible. Acopy (f ihe Churters is itinr huandp
J. TIt:Y, C MU10
: A. .*ADD .
Septemiber 11, 183$ - -1
TEACHERS WANTEb. - 4
IIll Principals of the Male and Femnini
Schools at Greenwood, having deli-rmin
el to retire trom their respective occnputionis ut
lime close of tle year, we propose ti i he consIder
atiom of Teacemrs generally, the charge of thoso
il btin tite ensmitg ymer, 1!kl. 'time s iooli
wdvil be iiunate'd to a cerini mmmmmmber of' studenmts,
Iaimd am Princeipaml remquiired for each Olne ol' them,
vaz: Thie Clamssicaml.thle emalehm, time 3tmle, Enpihmh
ammii tihe Mmisical dnpamient oif time Fensale school,
ai ilhcrai me:iary will be' giveni tonm3, andii nmone nceed
appmily mnes- theyV are u<pitaied inm every respect,
andi cian comime weiI reco'iimctended. Ti.e T'ech
er luir tihe tMale l'iglism schmool muni-t lie thmioongh
hy negainitedm with mime m'cincs. We woulmd in-~
foriin those whmo im:mv wish to mam:ke apipliemmimn,
tha:- we' dletire thimL to dto som as early as poissiblei,
or pirovmons to thme tht Oc'tobemmr mext, atm wvhimch
tmime we i exlwe-t to gom inito thae el'ctin. A imir
ried geitienmuam. if' sneh eami heo prmome, wvould
wvhos Lady :v m bmye a coamptenmt Assita-.k liar
licular; vym ime NIm.icam dprtmemmt. Litters onm
I le sahiuct mamy him addlressedl to mem or n~my of hm.
iomirud ofTruistees, directedt Woodmvitie >'. (O. S.
C. R. C. GIIFFIN, .Sec'y.
Palauesde Plaiautetton f'o2
T IIE Subsmcribers wiill contimnne to oler
at private s'ale, mthe place wherei
Samutel Camldiwell, dece:emd. Inu hy residled,
sittunedcm imm Abhalevilb. D isitriei, uboummit lfmuri
miles Sotuth i-a;sm of White 1itl, andl wimth
in onme mile of S pronill's S tore'. TIhme Tirmct
now couintamins fonr hundredlc'm andm fi>riv-wo'
andm hmamf ner'm:, ithere hint-mg bee'n ciii or:
frnmm time tramc mime pr'i:nipal part oif the
poomr hand amid u.ld fihi; attlim two huimired'ci
andmm fmIfty aere' cleaured; iimreiments very
I ndm. Theu lace wiO ilhline imli-red t privaut
sale utmil F"rinday thei 2mui diay of Novemiher
next, whien, if nt silmd, it will piositively Ito
soild ait the pmlace mim !mhat day to the highest
Iiddier. Any person wvisinmg to pumrhnsi
enmn call mim either ouf mime SuhiiFcrib)ers whIo
will shew the premises. andu imatke kmnowmn
the terms, whiichm ill be aneiammmodatimig.
WVIDE S. U.!lIM1AN, -
JAM1ES C. SPItOULL.
Sepm 25, 1838 e .i:
S* iR y Cti,
ROM thelu Subiscriber. 'ome~ i me in~
Amngisi lsm, nm largen hulsek' .\AR i
MIU Lhi, leli e.o omit. Sihe ha;s ai immr-e scatr
oin time left ilanmk. Any. minfirma:jon i hoI
andm :lsmutablie rewarmd pami. I to umnivrsotn
whoi will ineliver '-aimd Mt aml. to time'*Smbteri
lier livmm on Sailudam Rtiver, near the muth
of liig reek.
I Sept. 22, I:s3 e 3
LL. Persons imndebted tom time iate Jotih
t.Padget, ideceaused. are regmesieid tim imuke
pamyiinent: an'd tall persons hmavinig demandts agtaims
Itime estte of' said mdecemased are mregnestedl to are
sent themnhhtly matested. WVM. PAD)GF.T.
Sepmimteer'Ns~8.t- t c 31 Adlgi'r.
- NOT ICE.
ALi. Persons havini demands agauist lie
m-'iat ot' Thoums 'V. B1ensli, are reus
r ed to hmami them inito the subscr ibet rop7t
,testeud, and thoso imndebied are're4umnak
pmaymenit without de3ly. -d,A~'
Sept 13. 1838 - i E