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-For.Pickena District-Jseph Grisham,
John l. Colhoun. William Slnan.
For Anderson District-J, N. Whiiner,
P Denson, C. Orr.
For Greenville District-B. F. Perry.
T.-P. Brockman. WilliRm.Clhoie.
For SpartanbureDis4*a-J. E. Henry,
ii. H. Thousson. AlCifanfler Bomar.
,For Laurens Diie-i-Thomnas Jones,
James Irby. Jolin W. Simpsion.
Fqr Abbeville Disrict-Thomas C.
Perrilt, James Fair. B. Y. Martin.
--For Newberry District-Dr. P, Moon,
John.Williams; Andrew L, Lark.
- Fir Edgefield Di-orict-W. Brooks,
Henry, Shultz F. II. Wnrillsw.
For Barnwell,District-Jnmes Paiter
son, Bevrly Ro4prs, M. L. Mosery.
Executive C"mittee, in purunee
the 6th resolution:
iIon. D. L. Wardlaw, A. Burt. John
A. Calhoun, lion. Judge Earle, N. L.
The meeting thei adjourned.
EDGEFIELD C. 11
TUU SDAT. JANUARY 10. 1839.
Aersqf the Legislatxre.-We will publish in
or paper, all the Acts, as soon us we obtain
them, which are of ;enerti importance.
.hsePenssylvanit Lgislatre, by a majority of
1 vote, has recognized the Van Buren Iloube of
Ohio.-Benjamin Tappan is elected U.States
Senator, from Ohio. for the term of six years.
from the 4th of March next. itt place of h1r.
Moms, whose term then expires. it will be re
membered that Mr, isorris is an aboltionist.
Mr. Tappan is a brotter ol Arthur Tappan, but
has publicly repudiated aboliuon ile as ,aond
ly to the Admntsatioi, A
- adina.-Alber S. !UIe is elected United
States oenator, nsom Indiana, in place of Uen.
Tipti. lie as said to bea Whig.
. Mfassaeckuase.-Fronl iNew k ork papers, it
eppears, that an the 4th Distrct ofMaasachu
setts, Mr. Brooks, a Whig, Is been esected at,
the place of .Mr. Parmenter, Van duren.
- -LtCer of NicAoles fiddle to the Ron. J Q.
Adams.-We have dut had rouin utta this
week. to isaeri.the letter of this gentleman, up
en 'the resumption of specie Pa) m1e1ts. We
certanly cannot compliment him upon Isis mo
desty, and humble pretensios. tie claines the
credit at piying off the:foreign debt, and en
eenuiabaeg our ierellas.ts to do their duty to
*ards their creditors. He literally lecured his
countrymen .iWto honesty! To use his own
word. '" the -Usited states iaui stastilated the
-Amueracans to tseuir duty, by earness and con
*1aut appeat to their hinor iad tuear iterest."
1poubtles, ahe money kiusg would swaue anl dabie
-Profeu4sor of Moral I'hiltisophy, in a Univeri
gy, and would ieach our ) ouths excelient lea
eon in ionsty, and disinterestedness. Upon
him, reists the glory, according to his own vaull.
sing, ol the g4-neral iestimption of specie pay
alents, by the baiks.' -it is well know.. to abis,
lat he did hie utmost to prevent the restimption.
go prpdAthe most direlk:,i:oasequppres to
She banks, if they shouid resumue, not one ot'
tich ever followed 'rise United States -,ank
was among the last, at the North, to recom.
eneo paying specie, and was really forced in
to the measure. After making such bare-faced
preteusions, well may Mr. Biddle withdraw
bimself from the view of the American pubic.
.t is ine for hi ban., as he says. -tu take rank
hereafter, as a simple state institution, devoted,
exclusively, to its own concern.-'
We are pleased to learn, says the Charleston
Mercury, that the proposition of the douth
Western Rail Road Bank, to take the notes of~
ell the Basnks of the interior of this State, and of
-Augusta and Savannah, adopted on the 21st in-.
etant, has been acceded to by several of the
other Banks of this City, and that all of themi
are expected to come in to the measure, as soont
as their respective Beards shall agains meet.
We understand, says the Charleston Mercu
wy, that the Bank tof Charleston hsas remolved to
take on deposit, on atsd after the first Jannary.
the bills of the interior banks of the State of S.
Carolina, and of the Augusta Banks, payable
ln Augusta, Ga.
The Washingtons (Ga.) Ne ws, a whig paper,
pays the following cosmplimnent to South Caro
3ina:-" Whatever political mistakes Souths
- arolina may be led intis, by her admiration of
her great -Statesman, her movement on time
* Geor-gia and Maine controversy,gives promnise
that shne will still be found foremost in resiatisng
arny enscroiachment on the individual rightis of
the States, eager in her resistance to Oppression,
fraud and wrong,"
Rasunsption of Specie payment s i Nao Or
Ieens.-Alj the Bankcsin New Orleans, resumed
epecie payment on the 24th uit.
*Texas papers announce the death of the
Hon. Jon A. WVhartons. B. E. Bee, has been
ippointed Secretary of State, and Gets. John.
eon, Secretary of WVar.
Defiacationof Sanme rteout.-.T he whole
amount for which Mr. Swartwout, late Collec
tor of the Custosns, at the pert of New York, is
indebted to the Government, ansd on accounit of
which he fled to E~urope, is abosut $1.344,119
65. Of thsis sumn, it is believed, that a mnilliona
and a quarter will never be recovered. The case
is undergoing an investigation in Congress.
The public document, relating to it. extends to
110 pages. So musch of it relates to the coim
plicated method of keeping accoumnts in ouEr
public offices, says the Wnashingtons Chronicle,
that if the ease was pssblishmed at lensgth, feuv
readers would uniderstandi at. The Chsronicle
gives the following summntary of the causes ef
" It appears that the loss of the pubbhe
mnoney isn this instance, waus owing :
1st. To the mixing,up o.f she publaic mo
neys and accotunts, with tho moneys nudh
accousnts of corporatiaons.
al'. To lb. rnema. or oOmco h...:.,, ben
so multpled, that they degenerate, in ma
ny instaneem, inato mele formalities.
31. To the practice which law, or at
least custom, has sanctioned, or allowing
tihe public ollicers tihe use of thu public
nioney for their private uses.
4thiWo the neglect of the Cashier, and
the Assistant Cashier of the New York
Custom lHouse. to ifilurmn the Treasury
Officers at Washingioin, of the peculations
of tihe Collector."'
'very day proves tile necessity of placing
proper Checks aid guards upon the Collectors
antd Keeperm of the public reveiue, as the Pre
sident pr-posed. Toe interests of the country,
- flment by the Plrrsident.-Ben'anoin F.
D?."! "'sq. of' Nen York, lots bees appointed
pr.d States Attirney, f.r the'Southern Dis
irit-i of New York, in the place of Wi. M.
Pric. who tecently wetq to Europe, largely
idebted to the Governmetit.
We call the attention of smeme of our patrons
to the followinig sinigu'ar circunimstance:-" A
nan who lay ill. and in expectatioit of death,
was firtiine-tly heard to a xclain. * \las: islas!
I have coninmitted an unipaidonaale sis:' A
priest, who stood near. told hin that he must
co6fema lis sits, and repen' of it. ' Ah!' says
ie, 'my "rim - ia!rent! I lavo owed a porieater
twelve tmilins for his paper-bit it Ged spares
moy life, I'll pay himi with interest, and procure
him a new subscriber.' lie recovered. and
faithfull% kept his promise." Let ad1 delitgttent
sibscribers instantly relpetit. or they tan be said.
denly cut off, annm the prit:ta.r lose his money.
Sun barns from Cucumbers.-The Mercuiy
gives this humartiu caption to the proceedings
in Coeres, on the pwitic-n of' Mr. :spy. a
scientifie gentletnat. of Philadalphia. A Phi
lospher ,,nce pulfished to the world. that he
had found out at way of maki g sm.-beiatus frow,a
cuctnabers. When aany ab,urd scientihac pro
ject is I ow it oposed. it i., called - a p1 oject to
ake st.. beaes Is on ciee be ro."
6UNDEAMs Frtom CucuMBams.-Mr.
[Sio-hanat eait thalt he had rather a strange
petition to psreseit tao ihe Senate, but it
eatame firom at very respectaile and cieitific
ian; and however straege it mtay apPear,
it wits vouclhed for by several of the most
rempectable literary pentlemern f the city
of Philadelphia T he'l petitioner wab Mr.
Janes P. Et.py, so le-ervedly celebrated
for his knowledge of mitcieorology, n ho
says that lie ha-. dhisevered the tiaeats of
miking at rain in a tract of country ;at a
period when there wiould be no rail' with
out the uose of the proce.-is. Mr. Epsy pro
posed to make the experiment tt his,own
expense, and le proposed that Congr -9s
-4tould pases an act engaging so reward himt
with a certain sum if he siceeeded in ina
kitig it rain- isn a iraei of conoery ten miles
aoquare; a still higher somi it ie produced
yain in a iract of country 1L0i0 square
.miles; a rtill higher stam it' he produced
rniu an iat tract if 500U square imiile%; and
lastly, to) give him a sill greater compen
sation if lie should cause time Ohio river to
lae tavig.ihle all summer, from Pittbutg
to tihe Mississippi
Mr. B. observeol that lie was perfectly
acquaiuted wttli Mr. Espy, and knew hn
to he ia ver) respectable ima. lie had no
f-iith himselU that the genteman lossessed
the pipwor he claimed; bu it wits true that
there were toeverat-thias ins nature that
!:hilosophv never dreadned of. M r. A. then
mioved to) refer thie pt-tiiios to the Commit
tee on Agriculture.
Mr 13enton observed that the Senator
from Pentesylvania, who introduced the
petition, could not nake the tmotiomm .% hich
he aoull make-thuit gentlemam lad f It
hinielf boiaund tam treats this petition seri
amu.ly, anda imor e iar its ref''eene am a Com-i
naiitt'e. Hie weoublt morea at th le pimion-ata
er hmave leamve to wihdraw hijs pmetition and
p.,pers, for reasons t'eo obvious to require
Mr. Buchanan said that lhe wonuld rath
i'Iert ate course peroposed by thme Senaataor
t'roma Missouri shoulad nt he takeni with
the pectaiton. lie scarceIv kniew hismself
what to say abmout it ; I'ut he kanew Mr.
biejy to be a highly respectablle and lenirm
ed man, and knew that ima the scienace of'
mteteoarology, there wsas scarcely a uaman ina
the United State. hais su waariomr. lie hard
ly behmeved it to lie ima M r. Espy'sa poe
to wake it rain, thougha theare were' salie
six omr seven of' the mo<tc respaaectmale literms
ry geantlemtena af time city of Phailtadetlhia,
wtho exparessead thme opa5aasmw ias ha' proceed
edl onm highly hihdloopical prmiplleC. Hle
haoped thme Samnar tromt Missaouri ntould
permtit mIme pejmona tam take time usual cousea,
amid go to a conmamaimtee, tandi if slat tmotiona
slid not parevasil, mtham ms wouald at leacst be
sutll'er'ed tao lie ona s h tabmle.
Mr. Crittedeun wouamld yote agaiinst the
peropoasitmon of the honoram'aidea .enaaar tram
Pennrsylvuaa, L[Mr. ht.ienanana,j tair the
putrpoase cif recoad'inx hmia vote iii aavoar
the genatle'muan fromt Misamturi 1Nr. ien-.
toan.] lHe douled very msuchi whmesher, e
von if' this thaing was paossible, it would be
gomod .policy tam enicoursage the imasure.
He wouldl be very sorry that oay i..sdividu
al shoculd have time powner thaat this gentle
manO profesess to hanve, amore espmecially
from thme annmuncimationa thsat ho wa ms about
'to take the Ohio river underma his especial
parotectio. # hay, .ir, lie maighat eshsroud
uis in continaual clouds, tasnd inideed falsify
the piromaise ilaat the earth alhotai be nao
tmore submsierged. tAad if' hie po~~ssses the
power of ctiauag ratm, hem imaty alsoa pos
seas the powver of wiithhalaokling it, andh isa
hais pleasure, insteada tin givinag uss a navigma
tile rive'r, imay paresenat us ntatha raacks amnd
shoals anad sanaaa rs. lHe thiou~aht that this
woumld hie too danmgerosns a poawer to enatust
to tasty inadividul, unless we hind a cotun
teracming hpower, capabtle of parompt appnlli
ciat-ihout we lad seoime very sailm
mvary process of' mmanfcturing~ sounshmie.
''lhis, indeedta, had been attempjmtd lay somne
Fraenach phlilosoapher, but hae thoughat withs
ni a suece,ss. liI was alsoa oppomase.a
somz e on aniothmer ascount-it lad
time uapparancmie of' a sutraesn
.U t ; a haoaardhing tip maE clouidasu
va.j7 hle dispenmsea at wtill hm sa an di
vidluaI. Ii a thoughi'lt the proper~cmmrsre in
relationa to it, itn a h.sa ind(icated lav thme
miaan,s of the genatleman~a froam M ismauri.
Mr. Nile.s reaark~ed thait he tagreedl ina
mamny thinags with haia worthy f'rietnd wthim
haid jsast taiken hai' seant, [Mr. Critsenaden.j
Ho though~lt ths sier't wasa noat fitte'd for
the emuij:o, mn o,,.se r ---... .rc iems
be permitted to k-that the Sena'eiaroubl
be badly employd-in diciisssig whether
this gentleman possessed the power of
creating rain, or of causing the rise or swell
of rivers. If this getleman cqld create
ruim, lie could also prevent it; aAdhie aight
dry up the Ohio river, snd throw all tWe
steamnboats on the sand. If, however, tiia
master was to lie referred, he i pre
fir sendifg it to the Committee on Fi
tance. It was somewhat similar to paper
money, a sort (of sublimated bubble; and
aecording to the idea he entertained of a
houibble, it was the satie thing as the en
largemnent of tis wontderful paper system,
proumising great things, magnifyig credit,
blo%-itig strup, and laking magnificent for
tunes out of nothing. till, in the end, .it is
all blown away hy the first breath of reali
ty that touches it.
The question was taken; and the motion
to refer the petition was lost.
Mr. J1uchsanan then moved to ty it on
the table, which motion was carrird.
in reading the publication of the race,
over the Butler course. (Pine House,) on
the 25th ut. I see several mistakes. The
writer says, that the dan of The Senator,
us he styles him, is by Janus. This is bol
the case. lie also says. that Maria was
the favorite against the field, and no other.
It is known that a bet fof $10 onl Capt.
31-Cullough's filley against the field, was
oliered the first heat, and was not taken up,
It blioubl have beten stated, that The Se
nator %-arried 8 pounds over his % eight.
The writer oi the cousmunietiun speaks of
"half pints having changed hands." I
n-ouid remark, that this is not the ordei
of the day with us
I saw in your paper, a communication
signed "4Q." jescribing, the Colt Stakv
Race, at the Pine House, on the 25th uit.
I nsk of this writer, if lie intended to make
anyv refiiction oo my character. I am as
t1isi6besl that lie should have spoken ofine
in the mannter in which he did. I alwa)a
considered him ais a friend and a gentle
sna. inl wished him to treat me .s oie. I
wish to know of lian, why lie did not re
flect upon other gentletnen, who were in
teredted in the race, besides ie. I am a
poor man. it is true, but I am a gentleman
arid a soldier, from the POINT OF
A NiEDLE, TO THE MOUTH OF
On Tuesday evemlsug, ist of Jan. by the
Rev. J. C. Iteady, Mr. /Vm. C. Gilder, oi
Aabamna, to Miss Martha Ann Abncf, of
Ott Thursday evenins lie I3tbult. by
the Rfev. R. N. Todd, Mr. John olLoosay,
oi L.. field, to Aliss Leonora, daughter of
Maj. W. % illiasa, of Abbeville District.
Died, on the. 7ib inst. Louisa Agnes,
dausghter ct Emnund and-aryAs,~
con, aged 22 mniiths. It Vt as the pureat,
and tuost beautiful sentiment of heathne
pAilo,-ophy tbat "those whom the godd
tove, die young." l wns one of those ob
vious truths, that un.aided reason was enn
b)le-i to divine. Reamon, however, could
buit suggest what revelatton has cotifirmed.
Why then should we mourn for those who
re.t in Ahbrahasm's bosam i 1Lovely and
lair, a tis~ infiat wsas, how Jar lovelies
anid birighster is that pure spirit, which nosw
rejoices su the piresencee of a reconceiled
Redleetmer! Let us then, no longer lie
guilty of the- fonlly of miourniing over the
hsappitness of those we love; and let our
oily care be no secure, with them, a scat
oni thse right hand oif God.
Died, at5 his re-sdence, in EdgeBeeld Dis
trict, on thse 2thh slt. Col. Jamres Smsyley,
aged 49 years, 3 months, ansd 20 days.
The0 deceased was dnisiinguished for his in.
tegrity of character. ansd great firmness of
pm ipose. Those who knsew hims miost itn
timiately. can testify to hsis excellence itt
private life, lHe has left a large family,
and numenruts friernds and acquaintances,
to lamieut his loss.
Died, recently in Alamabs, Mr. Edit.
Ii. Clapp, aged 25 The deceased former.
ly residedi in South Carolinsa.
Died, on rise 22d1 of Decembier last, in
WVilcoxi Countsy.AlIa. Caroline P5orchserlon
hamn, dausghster ofl M. M. ionham, aged 7
years andlit 105on hs.
" While pity psrimpts the rising sigh.
Oh ! ma:y this truth impressed.
With a' taul power. "1 too msnist die,"
?tink deep in every breast."
Died., on thse 20th nit., its Laurens Dis
triet, Major Wit. Dunlap, in his y6th year.
Theli dometistie virtuses of' this distinguished
omin were not less promninent thian hsis Re
volit iotnry dleedls. lie was an afT'etion
aste ands tsnder husband anid h'ather, and
the wailings ot hits merons servants, tea
tified of she.ir tsereavemsent. Ariidea was
justs-so was Major Willitim Dunlap So
nsoisrious was Ihis hionesty asnd probity,
that a great liars of Isis lcng life was spent
it attenidinig to the interests of othsers-the
fasthierless anid widtow wvere obijects of his
tetnder casre and regatrdn; and she last atsi
of hsis life. we're testifyinsg to the services
of a compastrioi soldie.r of she Rtevolution,
aiind providing for the widow anud orpihas
Tihe E ditor acknowledge. paymsent from
the followoing Subscribers.
Col. James RiiIbison, Win. Robinson.
J a. MIcCsariy, henj. Davis, Johnt Anderson,
Caleb llilonny, BusIer Williams, Johns
Da 1I llingh Neasl, Johns Buarkhalter,
Johnt IIill, W. Cartnr, WVm. M. Untes,
V. I). ('oghutrt J. Coghun. Win. Strom,
II, I. Nicholsons. JT. Curtry, J. S. Aildamue.
K. Bsnrt. WV. Ii. D in. D. R. Kello, A. P.
Kinnard, J. Blrynnit.
' F"or 1839.
B. F. Nicholsoni J. Seigier, E. Devore,
Caslels iolloway, Daniel Prescou, Dr.
' WN eNu of A.J.Wilso1
aunoutee'. u a Utnddule for Tax ('nollectoar,
JWn, Idas tr 49
LL persons hadebted to the estate of Tho
?mas Scurry, Sens.(except thos that gave
l.fAr notes for property purchanetd at th1e sale of
said deensed,) are reqneted to make mmi d
ate pay ament cnd thoome havingdeamands agaiomt
the st4d estate, are requested to presen theim
T THOMAS SCURRY, Jn.
- . VILLIA P Rity
mimstrators wil the will annexed.
Jan 18s9 .ilt
*Uake Long Friends.
', the subserbers, a.e commpetled to smay
W , to our friends un cu.4toners. that ihey
must recoilert that tie tuerchmats need dieir tmo
ney. and necessariy must ma.i. co ILclios 4 1:.
ter toming hard, dai amid nigh, to serve their
cuutoisers fiditfulKl. andil seil timn Puoil.- on
time, ror 12 montlhm We thin, it our dUty. to
claim of our customer.<. setelemes to o il opIen
accumt, by the 1st of January, each year, ex.
cept those'whiele stand opeii by special agtee.
ment. We are compell-d. in ronductng omir
business. to he prompt mim atteiing to mir "'ay.
tm -its. and beg or oir ciistomej - to re.,oll.cm,
that this in the way to enable too to compt te with
our neighbors, im busiims niml sail them Gouda
on the most reason It- terms.
We feel rratefu-V omir 1riei:ds and patrons.
for the liberal patroage flemtotire exelded
towards us. andal hope, by striet and u:emitted
attentioni to business, to merit a continnaimce ol
NICHOLSON & Pi:sXEY.
Jan 7, 193' Im -'11
W WIILL olUer for .mule, in Ti -ditv. the 22d
inst at the honi-tt of the smbscril'd, all he
Persoi al Pr.,perty. ex. ept Net rou . belon.n.ing
to the estate of Jmlem SmmlvIev, deco'l, d 'cumn
hi:timg of Corn, fodder. hais, Siurks. Horsps.
Mules., Hogs. Sheep and Cattle S- *ickhd Pork
One Boad If agon. nnd aot .! early finiAied.
I Baronehe. I Sulkvy. I 1..rme Cart,'& B.ack
smith's and Carpentier' Tools.
The Store will ie scid. consistit,- of DRny
GOODS, 11.1 RD IWA RI', ('/:0CK E R Y.
H.1T., S1OES r OROCEIES.
One Shoickitig Nlachine. and many other
articles not imentioi ei.
Terns ot Saie-A credit utitil the 2th day
of Deemher next. Plrchol-serm to give tht,
Note witlm two ipproved -ecuirities for all simms
over Five Dollars, and for all somi- n der I-'iv
Dollars, Cash. NO prop -. y to be, rukeni away
until the tervms of S-de ae -oinm!ied %% ith.
JOHN S. SMYIXY, rrmter.
Jan. 4, 1839 1 41
btatb- (if .1"101101 ! arlAin:t.
vs Bill for Partition
Iuth 11olstein, et a..
B Y virtueL of an Oider from Chancello
.Junikin, I shal offfer tor sale to the ligh
eat bider, on the First il(on4ay im February
mu;tA V.dgefield C..ui: House,the Real I.Stute
of Moses Holtteii, d censed. co sistinlg of' tie
following Tracms of Land, sitnate In Edgefiedd
N o. 1, cof.taining 547 acres, more or less, aul
joining linds of Wii;iam Norris, HIenry Saw
yer am hers
No.. -comntaining 471 acres, mnore e ir less, ad
joinin anmstde of E. V. PerrY, Henry Saw) er
. . cotamning -'0 acres,- more or less, ad
oh-e-in and others.
No. 4. ealled ;'..e tavid Willinmis' iract. eron
taining #:_. 'i' e.4. more Or ;ess aidjtining liad"
of Artenjap %% amoni Gibeon J. Wiiaims, mid
by Cloud's Creek .
No. 5, situate in Lexington District, on Bog
gy Branch, and containimg 50 acres, more or
less. Said lands will lie soid ni. se arate ti-acts.
on a credit of one aid two years. exveiit for so
imuch as maS~ be necessamry ti' pay co.tte. whmi
must be pai *in calh: pnmm-hamaem a ti give bonmd
and good persommnal seenrmity.
-J. i'ERitY, c. a. u. n.
Edgmfielud, Jan 4, 1d39. d 49
George G. Bowers, et al
vs Bill for Partition.
'OTCE is hereby given, that lmy virtue.
.L an order froem Chamnceltor ilamrpem. I shuml
offer f'oreale to the ighestl bidder, onl the !mirst
M'fondiay in Ferary next. at Edlgefield Court
Hlouse, a Tract of ILand, be'lonessm:g to time E.
tame of Bemnjamnin Bowe'rs, deceaedl, conmtainming
-0 acres, more or less, lyitng in ie'nch lslammd.
adjoining lands of Jnames' H. I lammaomend, the e a
tate omf lIarhara Rammsey. Mary Lowrv andm Jam.
Bramme. Terans wvill hme a credi: acf'one i ear
except co,sta, which nmst he paid ini cashm. 'ITmw
Pumrchaser to give bonid and persnaml seenmrity,
and a moirtgamge of' the premises to secure thme
imuclmse ommy. J. TIE R RY, c. 3. 3. o.
Edu-lie d. Jan 4. l' ( mla 4's
-' ait DI atti(t(8 4 ailci it.
Tme Downmer Estamto. i
j t'lTicE ishemurebIy givenm, that by virtue omf
an order fromm the Commrt of Chanomcw'v,
I shall oITer fm'r salie, to the highlest hidmder. onm
the First Monday int February next, act Edgefield
Court Hlouse, the tract of Lamnd beilomnginug to thme
estate of' tIme late Aiexandeer Downeor, dcea:sed,
situate in Edgeia-ld District, imm UI'cuc Islanmd.
adjoiningp leads of Mider, Gmardnmer, amnd othmers,
oni a credit of onme yeamr f romn the sahI., exempt for
so mumchm as wvill pn Ihe expmnses aof s*ae, whlichm
must lie pmaid man cash. Thle pumrhaser to give
bond amd.personmal scumrity, amnd a meorgage mmf
J. TERLRY, c. z. E. D:
Edgefield, Jan 9. 1c49* e 49
s'tate of olth Carolinia
IN THEL CLUMMUX PLEAS.
David Ouits, vs A-r-r lic NTe-,
William Drum. Assumcrm.
yu' lIE Plaimntity in this case having this day
1 tiled huis dechImrationm itn tIhe U,lerk's Odice,
ammd time Defedanmt haevinmg mmo Wie or Atto mey
known to be in tis .'State, umpon whmom am copy
of thme said declratiom ma:y be eeod: Ta'me-o
fore ordered, that thme s'aid diefen'mdammt do aippear
anmd mnake hias defence withuinm a year ainmd a dmy
from time lilinmg of time iaidl dectarntiom. or final
ammd ab'olute jutdgment wyill he lorthmwmth awar
dod to the said Pmaimily.
(;E')RGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's f Heo, Edg fild, ay 4. Isl, a 15
I N thme stmburbs of theo V.-. Cti. CE targe ('etc
Beli. Thmo iwner c'an havoy it, by ampplyinmg
at this office, and paying for this advertacmment.
.900 W, 838 rf
.\-. or Tw,I A ppreui. em to itho I rint..g
Busils. will he taken tat this 4-flice.
Yotiths lrom'1 i4 to It) y- r& of'sige, with a tol
erahle English ednentioit, who conn re..d and
write well, will mneet with eicourage:itimt.
Jans 9, Ia.43 4
DI A-OL UJ''1 v ,
'N conseqiience of the inoviia w, isl Fe;ior
.R artsor- ol' the Falls o1' Laborde V Mbs.
tle colpiirtutinrsiep is dio.olved Is %simuta,iii onl
seas. All persois iniuebt. i to th' luie tirm%, nt;
call ons Dr. blnusm, wo is ailiosa im-d it sitt.e A
accolunlts M LA 410:1s.,
Dr. Muino will be foil at his old stand, to
attend to h-is prolesioaa. t;utivs.
Jar. I I.9 tr 49
v9 LU x o
IN thet Villa- of td ield a Pocket lBlmk.
col1imamiieiwailry TIil--e treasures. The
ownler is i- vi ed to cd at thishilice. lrov,-- .t,
pe.r:y. pay. fior this advenseueni, mad take it
Jan 4, 18:9 tf 49
A ,Lpren:m*,b,edt-, thet egstnt- of Rm: hs
aid flerryv, deceased, na- ro-41uested :to
millke itnmia111 pars-1m.-11: 1111d fill 14!* 111
hm ing deised, agais-i tie sit 4-:at--, art- re
qIest-ed tit preiset them ui1Vd Itlesto-d.
Jilli'Y'' i? s mr
'T beinig i-s day Rtesolved, th'il fthe llorrd
call a im-eting2 t' the St-,f-kl olders of Vhe
laik, tit cot:veie :it the Iln I.. i! litsste, onil the
l1st Feb'y next. at III o'cloick. A. Ml to lake itito
colns:dq*?otil*nl tIe ir-1p1i ty 41' ii.cr'llsill, the
Capital Smt k. acorditi; t'( the .ro%ision (it'
th. cbarter. Ti.e S o-kho di r- nri le-relov re
iuested to atend said tsoeelin%, either inl per.-on
or by pros.% . oA rida v. lvt das (-I' Felb. 1:3.
at Ii o'clol-k. A. M.
11. IIUTCIIINSON, Cashirr.
Jai 1. 1839 r 49
19awk of' 11aururg, N. C.
I I m :.sUt . it I l -. It .
IF I H lBoard lavii-g d- cla i d nt 1 aiti- a d
r.this d1a% . , 4-f $'d .PI. on eachl irile of' the
l nytta. .1-tock 0f thl:s Ita. 1. the saiane wvil. he
paid t-v the Sti-c'. ho.diss. ot il-vir lt-ie l repr.
Seitatives, on or atier the l-Ist day of .1o:nary.
18.11). I1 lIUTCIliSW-. Cslier.
D>e -1. P-3e e 47
Last of Letliers
i MAINING i. me l'ot kifice, at Haml
r, C oni the I.t da% of' Jua. le;.W.
A & B
Atkinvon, 1) l1rookit. Atistin.
Aikqrasi, 1:lisha Ill"41-4, tavo.
Atkersoii. Willitm Ilrim'l, Vill V
Aiaiony. Dr. 1. 1. *2 Br-wit. A C 1) 2
Algood A P Brzkmlle, Calt. jilo. J
Uoggs.J1ln Huiord, J L 2
Bowel., Geo. Btliullui, z
C D r O F
Cox, Henry Colecr, John
U411W. 4 r'ookn . Awn.Ti
C lark. Sri. Margaret De:it.s, Ldward
Coleanass, 11 lo Edney. -a *:4,v. A
Crow, Co: U liu.? FVgi4rUna, W i3am
F & If
Go.-odlo-t, %%s m. MI 2 H.- us, P,Jam. L
Gasdditiaz. J G IfibWCer, J A
'rary, Jsak. Mag Ilndley, Wan
ovei. Ma Caroline ardn. ies Julia F
Gault. T,ho.m. it Husicsk. ara
Geor ge. A.,exasder I lirai.. \\ s. F
.WvOinn, 4eri itilbhu d. J -s
Gh e'r,, Wiloy H.ruin, C.-4. ~iTexn)
ll<-lloway. L Ii HAeards & .'.u.-nsuans
Moea, Siw.wal . -.
J K & LI.
Jelomle, Notle Linton, Iliapton S
Jm Ston, %VW Le.Vy il-a
Knerna ti aa .oonev5 imbuv. O
King. Rebecca ~ Lama, itarles
Kendall, Hvron Lamar, Martj :
IA-caster. Hariet Lam i:ah, Easse
Lanham, i4eason Lidsu, C Li
NI N 0O& P
M-Mtiisans, Mr Nal. Ulrach
il-Clumtock Rt Olives.r. TI'.omsas
M'arud,. y, HI Poud, A bsi na
M1 JOna- d, itobirt Pusr.i,s. Jams
Mrsh,ssl mtiss Cathsar. A lias rott. ~saml. Gi
il Kee' & P'ony~, Poswelh, Chaas. S
ltOpier. Gsoodwyn Siss',Tauts
uuny. Jamss BstaI&:iissss
d oper, J..el .r. isf-.WljasM
Rouri dtr ee. F-ibby $11L o s Piu
:Simsoin. Oliver Tuk ~.r
Wlsiser, F C kinneord. Tim. y
W ise Jon alS.trz nugersJw h
~Vlasle, :hiaer ''ate. illiam M
.iOllN V YA Ik. ma ni. The. .
Jass I. Trask,__A_.ord
Whitner, NB F Col. 2 Woos Wm.e i EIs
Wright. - Bull & sCo.Wfirtlson G.~tW Lsdi
Whte,sy llabr 2 West:i v. WAsa. Bsa
Whatwle, A knri Winiter' JnoasI.
Jaroitl Ns Ylo YA iliolGi 3. . M.
Janh Jon. I 18.is0. eut ad
R EMAIN1: D in &h PotI he- tF.'e
old C . H n 'e.ir ,t unateundn
A tawaysi J..- s me-t.''lsn
lnal, Gorgem Js i,Ms Cai
Jay,rs-uton Wilson sss
C owbrth Lewis :qsssx 3 s Anit
McKlodJs-ik asss Ns--yJ-u
3Crnelssn Wm. sss s r Irs-lse
~'Voa. Mr. Asss Wnt-'sn.. Ml. JL. s
~'sI s ss.'s r. irislie~ lihsaso, r'siGenet
~Valfa.31:: ~s I-Cl. -ev. Rl. 2
JnntsarChiles, fl v. J. M.
Guk, &o ifl c
h I QFFrc-K
For publist-ing, in tihe city of Atigusta, a.
semi-mnonthly paper, to be callcd
The Souterm Bosamle JournaL1
ANIA MLDICAL Rk-FORMER.
Grcat Nt,curs may gire iplendor to error, la
caiauit liak.JA11 it into truffs."
' I'p.rs b-iting te alive titles, and
ti jresent pubitshwd inl Chn,jleFto,j ti. (:,
a :-ii. gutn, Git., will -er% a-lhortly be uni,
led, ;t.oi 1 e irvi t ca hit cntrIl of tlhe silt.
totillsr. ' Ee p.T ioeni:-iwii i tihe tinitod toursal,
ut bel in.liencen as1 -Um:; u:4 th: nelesauy 00
, aO emeine ime p)rli.1.' ::I be made.
r"e a wineli shall govern lie con.
deno. Juarial, wijl be the mone its
l 1i n :tmitu.-d. O ppoes d to poj
us,sind regritaNc-oppatesed to
uit..ng. ' a ilt i nles :tauin ofdeo
uau s v.qedvein trnedication, we shall,
irvia to -m ,li 1L - i iit ti tiilacy and don.
;.er uj amo.-e b-,meinl laeal. o ofi Ite' mployed
.IA tile ''1r"i, 101-tacice of Ied:tIsse--Inc'n
w.ach %%e so;temay b lieve tire 12n1tagolist to
tile itws us % einl:y, ani ti tllter violition c.'oio.
"I Lose saositarrel. agubple I'cto in lomierni Phyui
o - gy aAit ill ;Iuvacalit.g our priinciples of
mlle'Cii patince %wet sttill not forget tle respict
dose to ti4-6! wA4 inly eliemrtm:i dift-prent opiu.
M.e-. Mlen of chitratet and to'etats tire liable to
be de, eared, hit 'lleir 1oties cannot he ijl
p.an111. U. (-un piages xl.all not be covefined t-.m
the . ppoort of mir p mipillie.- 4,nlv. :ssaa C
Ill-mel to nwiss ai.ic pr .etie slE. i Ind isdus
Nion t tie.ne. wi,thil tistach* pleasure
tilm.e Us anl Opposite teudenev.
't lie II,. j.'-n nail will iinin a likeness a
9 .' .n111ne li hoi..soto, m3d Gkewime each vul.
ti- Will hie , 'urnihie with 1'rom ;.'0 or :10 en
;-a r of herm 4-t plants tised in tie lotani
imeto-ce of so edieine. The paper will reimaim
in its origimil meu, but 1l1. prhited in a sfre
e:t gim; yh-, und conaining i:ore rending lat,.
;tt lon h-re toture. 'i.e terlsis will Continue
too be 4 ta0 ill lilvance, Per ittimmi.
W.M. li. PR ITCHlARD.
Autrumin, Gin., Decenmber, lt!31
E 4il' tdscrii-cr. awaie from the exces.,
.sve dwit)h I:-, lit 011.1 lust i-enmsli.lt Imlny
cropp ii .so- - d notwitflicivittly wmtre.tudeo
pe. d ni oa :e :-eed er u illvieed1lig o:e.
li:,an cisle 1h.ay eeI-t-ed frs mit the ivst inttured
pat o hais C.-ols, a tI w latbndred bushels ofseed
thev 5eo d vear's pronet irm" sced iaportea
l,d et Irm le "-,tit Giil lills. which can be
lad i his pl.intatimn. oi the tond roim Edge,
flit-1 to -\lml . n. Oteni wo husdred ynade filoa
iJ 1r..s Creek .leeting uliisr. .arlV upplica..
tNl ishoulu bv inude to 1ecnre the seeid.
Jan 2. 1I39 d 48
Ia. JR. COOK & CO.
(SU:cct.sa -ro ET lInEN. & ROBERTSON)
1110LECSA LF. A ND R ETAIL
HA.M UtRG, S. C.
ILrEP consinntly on hund a large ass"r
silent 01 z.rugs, Mclicineir, Patits, Oilp,
Car.m.1'eutty and ever% variety ol'artich a in their
lain . .%.lof whic;, they warrant to lie 1reshad
g mnue. nuw will sell oil restaunable terM4s.
coPl"!nI . cuntry Merchants. aid o-hers.
ar!iivited to 4.ol tunm examnine for themselves,
Le.ort puirclaiing elsewhere.
Ai ,rders U ZhU'ully received and prompty
Oct I, 1d.8 tf 46
OIL AND LEAD.
UST received and fior sale, low for cnah, a
large lot of Linseed Oil and White Lead, .f
viol iotis qutalities, - a t' the ntist approved
a large amortment of BL USHES, of
all ize-A. cto4nt!% fu hisand.
P -rills 11101 u ut
,cxmite.its 4ur-.Cok "1wii,- pircasing elwewhere.
. -fIi. (-)()K & CO. thwng4risfi.
Iaimirm. Dee 1-. : .A3 16
UST -reci ed. a lot of I'laister of Park
uia for sutle low Iv the hirrel. by
ff. It. C()K & CO Draggists.
llamburg. Dec h2, 1838 tf 4
A IL peroas indenh:ed to the estate of Bar
1 thmo:.en Ki:brell. deecensed. are regnea-s
.a to msake immeinte pa[ymenCt: and all pei.
-o a h11aig d.1~senlid.. ;in,ntq1 the~ aid e2state are
-nstieeud to present thieml duly attested.
- w shIoew.
U T1 roeceived lby the Sutbesibers, a large
.3 nnd1 desirabile neaortmsent oIf Shoe,, con.
s ing mi part of' Negroe's 51hoes, Gentlenmen'a
i.eC(1 ,4ill 5hioes. Ladies Senl and M~orocco
s:pplers of stuperior qualtlity, anidia large assorta
en outf CheildreIn's Shoeee of evet variety.
G. L. & E. PlNN&Co.
tioue New G..d..
' ll . Muhleeribe.rs are receivinlg a freshI suap.
I-ply oIf u mater (sands, recenItiv. pulrchased
m Charlestoen. w.hichl maknes thir'a nssortment
comtiphe e: tol n' bilch thiey invite the att--ntion of
I,,eIr e-tomersr. G. L.& E. PENN & Co.
*cc. h.', I -.l.' th' 45
Slil 'l tnh,rier, bare receiedq 40 JIlx..
*' e( f a'rgia, Thbne'ro, of theo mo1st appro.
'. ed blrandst,. u. hieh theyV will st-Il at whlelsaie or
rctal onl the m.oest realsonnbe4 termsi.
G. L. & E. PENN & CO.
Nov 14. 18s ____ f 1
Edjetield .iale1 .icadEemi'y.
7E I i. Trt.ees olthte :sdgelield Malet Acad.
memy. intlermil lIhe pulic thant Mr. HI. A.
Je.en:s, of~ Ahiheille, a Gradtuate of the Southk
Carrohn i C.'l--.e. w.ill take. c'harge of this Iu.
slntaItioni for tI.e enlsuing year.
J. T E RRY, Se'g.y
Dec l? .2 t 46
T~O Ill-' LOVliS ()Fe
G OO.D F R U IT.
F'IW Thlousandm Younlg FRUIT TREF.,
lnh 's each, Plum. Apple, &c, &e, for
ea-a , Apply to F, ()'Cox NOR,
A M agon for MaIe,
i1 .' 14 l.'.eid II rain. nearly netw, with-.
oi,an)body. A~ bztar;in umiy be land, if
I1. T. M iMS.
J : n .' l l. 4 .0 4' 4N f
l rhev J1. I'dward C'lahoun , A
e .v n"i l a rlIunn. W\il.iam E. Martin, Samutel
\h 'ati h'. JamIles (ihesunat. lit. J . Gaege, John A.
let onand Joihni W.. liier@ la.s an beer' appoits.
to.t .\iuds-. -('amh to the 4 -ommanlllder-in-.Chief,
withi thue rtwla of Lt. Colotnel, w.iblie obeyed and
rspert ted atccordin;;1y.
SA M ER JOlNFS.