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nab in bii lat o has po
96 ha sptoke& vrorpi
lyaganst the 4bolitidsts. Wear, pleased
to see this. Keuiseky will probably in a
short time, be cloiely cone'ed with us
by the great Rail Road, and it is impor
tant that a good understanAing should exist
et6weenuer, and us,- on the subject ofo4r
-pecutiatimstitutoos. We cordially extend
the handf-freiniAip, to her distinguised
men, who stand up for the South, on the
vita questiou of slavery.
Georgia Sub-Treasry Repiutions.
kortly after. the Cuongressiobaf election
i Georgia, the Bak Papers, oue..an ,
claimed the State. They proclaime ir
triumph all over the country.. Th . ore
told not to crow so loudly. e%Avwere
told that they had gained no victor iv' .
They did not believe it. What have they
said since the Georgia Legislature has
passed such decisive Sub-Treasury reso
6itionst They have said iothing at all.
Wm. C. Rives, the Little Expunger, has
abandoned the command of the little band
of Conservatives, and gone over to the
grand army of the Whigs. He is now a
common soldier in the ranks of the ene
mies of Mr. Van Buren, and The Big Ex
punger, Thomas H. Benton.
The Bank of she United States, has de
clared a semi-annual dividend of feur per
cent.. payable on the 18th instant.
And at a meeting of the Directors, Nich
olas Biddle. Esq. was unanimously re-elec
The European Correspondent of the
Journal of Commerce, says that Mr. Muh
lenhug, U. States Envoy to the Court of
Austria, pres-sted his credentials to the
Emperor, on the 4th if November last, and
was most favorably received.
L. E. L. Miss Landon.-TI is stated in
the Boston Atlas, that Mrs. McLean, well
known to the literary world as Miss Lan
don, the great poeress and novelist, i- lead.
She died at Cape Cost Castle. Africa,
whither she had accompanied her husband,
the newly appointed Governor of that
Virginia.-The Legislature met on the
7th inst. Thon. W. Gilmer, (Whig) was
elected Speaker of the House. In the
Senate. Stafford H Parker, V. B. was re
elected Speaker. Governor Campbell, in
his message, repeats his opposition to the
Delawtdre.-The Legislature met at Do
ver on the 1st inst, In the Senate Thos.
Jacobs, V. B. was elected Speaker, and
S. G. Laws. V. B. Clerk. In the House,
John P.Brinkle, V. B. was elected Speak
er. The other officers are said rb he of
the same politics.
Maine.-The Legislature met at Augus
ta, on the 2d-inst. Job Price V. B. was
elected President of the Senate, and Han
nihal Hamlin, V. B. Speaker of the
Louisiana.-The Legislature assembled
on the 7th inst. In the Senate. Fe:ix Gar
cia, Whig, was elected Prelideut witheou,
opposition. In the House, the vote for
Speaker was decided, on the second ballot,
thus: Dubsuys, Whig, 24, Lewis, Admnin
istration, 20, Blank 1. On joinit ballot, A .
B. Roman was elected Governor of the
State. and J. B. St. Rome., (editor of the
Courier,) V. B.. State Printer.
Massachusetts.-The Legislature aseem
bled at Bost'o, on the 2d inst. Myrom
Lawrence, Whi1g, was chosen President oif
the Senate, and Roht.C. Winthrop, Whig,
Speaker of the House.
Newo York.-The l.egislatture assembled
st Alb.my, on the lst inst. Gleo. W. Pat
terson. Whig, was elected Specaker of thte
House of AqsembIly. Gov~erno,r Sew,ardl,
in his message, highly approves of the
General Banking Law.
Maryland.--In the Legislature, Richard
- Tho.' -'s, W'.hig, was elected President of
the Senate, and Charles 8.Ridgely, W hip
Speaker of the House.
Debate'in the Hf. of Representatives on the
Stearwoont defalcation.-We extract the
following from the Correspondence of the
W'AsulNGToN, Jan. 8.
-. The resolution off'ered on a former day
by Mr. Cambreleng, referring the Presi
dent'. Message in relation to the e4efalea
lion of Mr. Swart wous, to a select Coin
mhitsee, came up as the special order of the
. .Pikens expressed himself as anx
ious for a full investigation. He declared
that he would be the last man to shield an
offendler. He then commitented on the
*ridiculous course of the Opposition in at
tributing the late defaleation to the Sub
Treasury System. He said they might as
well try to make the Creator responsible
for all 'he crimes of the human family, be.
cause he as first breathed into the nostrils
of man, the breath of life.
All of you, kind readers, have heazrd of
the Vegetable Anti Bilious Pills,manufne
tured by Dr. Joseph Prisly Peters. It is
not my object to praise or to censure, but
- to draw the partscular attention of the Peo
ple of this section, to this noted nostrum,
that its claims may he fairly utnderstood.
Have you ever seen the Publication of
the Doctor, in which Is contained a long
list of esonderful CUres of "all the ills which
ilesh is heir to?" itinaw be rond.t r ,
sum0,.at 4khaderfipa,esk ikes in
.this.pity.. The price is but .riffijg the
Frontispiece is 4 beautiful engraving, exo
cuted by one of our best Artists, represent
itig Dr. Peters' Laboratory for the manu
facture or his Pills; this alone is worth the
price of the work. The Building is of tho
noblest style of Architecture. It conusts
of a Centre offour stories, and two Wings
of three stories, with Chinineys, Doors.
Windows. &c., all beautifully arranged.
Ah' how often have I thought in con
templating this miaguificent struciue, that
here indeed is a temple dedicated -o the
great cause of betevolence!
In the front ground, is to be seen a poor
fellow with but one leg, dragging himself
to the building. Al! this is a miserable
creature whom disease has marked as its
own. Look, look dear reader! see this
once mutilated person emerging from yon
door of the Laboratory, with his two legs
as perfect and complete as yours, stepping
with as light a tread as Mercury, to show
forth to his friends, the wonderful work
which has been wrought upon him.
Al! this is a noble device. flow well
it illustrates the life-giving power of this
DivineMedicine. But, render, I've docie.
-Buy the Hook, n Box of the Pills, and
learn for yourself.
A FREND TO MIaS.
-- -. - -s
The Augusta Chronicle & Sentinel of
the 17th inst. says:-I'here has been an
unexampled scarcity or money here for
some weeks past, owine to di,agreemoents
among the banks as to the mode- of mnkina
settlements with each other. They have
almost entirely ceased discounting,' except
to renew running paper. It is to be regret
ted that in the midst 4#f the h-ziness hea
son, at a time whet no class of citi.ens ex -
hibits a disposition to run upon the banks
or :o press them. and when fheoii vianits
are plentifully stored wih coin. that any
causes in which the cepnmounity are not: in
terested, should create such a pres-ure up
on the business of the city. It is indeed.
as snuch a matter of siarprise as regret!
Banks, although owned by individuals,
were created by poblic authority, with as.
implied understanding that they were to
benefit the public as well as their owners.
Unon the faith of that understadug the
public rely upon the banks to furnish a
currency adequate to the business of the
country, and if for any petty rivalshipsanud
disputes atmong themselves they disap
point that reliance, they incur a henvy re
aponsibility, which will perhaps not be for
gotten in the day of reckoning.
The Charleston Courier of the 15 inst.
says, the Sub-Treasury preamble and reso
lutions offeredl by Judge Sninh, have pas
sed in the House of Representatives of Al
abama. The majorities of the dlilerent
resolutions varied fromu fifteen to forty
votes. The resolution in favor of usepa
rating the public money fron all connexisal
with Banks," passed by a majority of 15,
viz. ayes 53, noes 38; that utainst any
National Batik, )y a majoriiy of 37, viz;
yeas -63, nuoe 26.
UP TO SNuFF.-Amiongst the items of
Coutineent Expenses, of the last session
of the United Staies House of Representa
tives was$4225 foranu. This accounts
for the dignitaries of the land being so
",a-od at a piuch."-Another item was
378 00 for making pens. As each member
oafthe. House is supplied with penknives
amie guaIls, at the expense of the pecople,
they might at least make their own petns.
'The amiount charged for stationary wa s
$33,792 25, more s han $140 for esach metm
her. We do not wonder that we somie
times receive newspapers from Washing.
ton enveloped in guilt edged letter paper.
LATEST FROM TEXAS
llousToN, Ja ni. 2.
A gentleman hsas lately arrived frotm
Nacotgdoahes, Ianbi - .'ma inael ligece
dlred anid fiy~ mon:u.d men, from thei
cona ttws of 'a in :it . I i ver, i,,
Trnit .t fie th a loa,r t tare
thIree stnder ar ta, r, ,-I , a rbat ; a't mo-stie
mtenat's ~ wgaiio!., .ihianl'd theit ser vice's the
requlsiredl in that quatrtet. It appi~ears thtat
these forces have becen collectedl for shte
purpose of expeolling till stheI indisans from
that section of country, who are not kntown
to be friendly to onr 'governmenit.
Iloatilities hav~e lately been commenced
between the Comansches on the Colora
dlo, attd the usnited tribes of the Lipains
and Totnkewas. Trhe latier tribes have
been for several months past engaged ini
hunting in the frontier country between
Colosnado and Braans above Bastrop, and
conisequent ly hatve 'rritated the Caommant
chtes, whot claim hiat contry as their hunt
ing ground. A few weeks since a party
of the hatter idians made an attack uipoan
a patrty of the Lipatis and TIonkewvas as
they were retutrnintt fromt a successeful
huntitng eapeditiosn. They however were
beatent off with the loss of two wasrriors,
btut succesful itt capturinte se.veratl horses
from the combhinead trihes. Immt tedlitaelv
after the skirmish, the Lipants antd Tonike
was raisetd a party of wsarr'iors iad pro
ceeded in pursnit of their e'nemtv. IThis
party is nmow ini te Comanctahe conatry,
andl she e'siziens oif BHastrop aire daily ex
nn ng isnteltigenceoof a battle bietween thea
'Iho letri bes.
etter that has beesn recenaily rece'iveda
i s city from Gloliaid, consveys thae ittl
limA e that there tire at this time, no less
than four mnarandinag patrties of aunr c'i:i
zens west of the Nuteces, engaged ina ph1n
derintg the Mlexicans in that section. The
citizens of Goliad are exceedhingly exam
perated on ibis accounat. anda dec'lare that
while this system of border pillage ie cost
tinned, they willhle subjected to she ittcur
lions of similar parties from the sets lemensts
on the Rio Grandle, whit will enadesiar to
retaliate upon them for the injurie receiv
*d from tieigi maronwitsg ....rm.
PmuA,X E0quaMWAM...1Teex ait
pie ei Q.ween Vicuoriu, uesappedreby lemter
of the 19th u. froid Odessa, has excited-p
passion for horsentship in the ladies'of
Leeser Russia to an extraordinary degree,
The writet atfims that there is n;ot a ad,
iu the whole prtvince, with any preteessiou
o fashioun, who, in imnistion of her Majes
ty, has not at least one saddle horse, and
that some keep as atny as six. He adds,
at the Kherson races of the 7th all the
horsea that ran not only belonged to ladies
but were ridden by their fair owners, dres
sed it fancy habits, and wearing caps ala
Reine Victoire. The nenlier of horses
entered was no less than 80, most of them
of private breeds, which were brought to
the course atitded, by numerous grooms
in liveries, oaily decked with gold and
silver lace. The first grunl prize, a silver
en1l), vallaed a l,500 roubles (ahout 6.000r.)
was won by Ftedorst, a bright bay neore,
helougini. to the- beautiful Countess Narit
shin, and ridden by herself; and the second
>riz.e, a pair ofsilver candlesticks, worth
,500 roubles,'(aboul 2.H)00l.) by Roujan. sin
entire black horse. ridden hv Mme. Net
chajen, a native of Ctstenceio,it Naples.
Netca:jetn gave a hall, and on the fol
lowing day Countaess Narit-schin enter
taiod ao large assembly with a dejeuner
Trisy RrseiaATRn.-Mtr.Combe has ex
hiP-ited is New York, an invenions cnin
Irivance called a respirator, invente,l in
imlan,1, to obviate the irritating elfi-et of
cold air upon the lungs, in amthintie and
coume111tive patiets. The Respirator is
worn over the mnuth, and is constructed
on se rielly scienifie principles. 11 consists
o*the instrimiett proper and its nppeda
gem. The instruient is made of a momber
or wire plates or sieves inadfe -omewat af
ter the mnier of those of Davy's safety
lamp, anl fixed in the flexed frame. The
breatli its passing throoch these plates
yields its calorie, is taken tip Ivy the cold
air which is drawn by the instrunemit during
inpiration, and Its rassedl fromsthe free
zitg point to frotm 60 mo Pit) d-grees, accor
dinle to the g1alitv of the Ite,4pirator used.
The air tom. in its pasaeV itnw-terl, pnrts
,v.ith mite ermsser irritating particles which
it may contain.
The Itespirator is recommended by
somle Ofl- te fist medical men in Englaid.
Mr. Cone says a frietid of his, who for
*ome ime cugled so metich duering the
night its to be hardly able to sleep, was
enabled to do so wit hout distoirbince on the
first night of wearina the instrument, amid
intil be recover -4.
Ot Thursday eunint, the 17th ima-lint,
by the Rev. Wm. P. Hill, Mr. R P.Brun
son, to Miss Susan. eldest daughter of
R-bert Lanear, all of' this District.
Oin Thosrsdany evening, the 101h inst. hy
Dr. E. L lizelins, Mr. Caleb Houknight,
to Miss Julia Ann Rebecca. daughter (sf
Mr. Johnl Meetze, of Lexington C. llouseae,
Time friendm of .t.J. Nikson
antounne hum a Candidate for Tax Collfetur,
at the ensing election.
Jun 8, 18J9 if 49
Chinese MJPulberry Trees
A ND CUTTINGS, Wr.
. ranted to be all of the
last year's growth,
For sale Iy
Hatnburg, Jan 19, 1839 aj 51
CHAIRS -and OATS.
A GOO D assortmsenat of Fins
and Plain CHAIRS, for
L200~Btushels of SEEDJ
OA TS, bsy
Hlsnmhmrg, 8. C. Jan 19, 1839 d 51
W I LL be -old on Thutrsdeay, tIme 7th dav
of Febsruarv, at the late residence of
IDavidl TIimmermanst~, deceased, the Parse natl
Proiperty of stid deceaessed, cnsistinmg sof si.r
likely1 Negroes, Horses, Cattle. Hog~s, Sheep, a
qusantity' of Uacont. Corn, Fodder. Oats & I Wheait,
Iles,hld and Kitc-hen, luraiture. I Road Wag
un. Njarksmith anugd P'lantaiion Tools, and vai
.emIsh-r arstieh-s oft iehate. eas :m credit of twelve
mothate. juest l: -a*as weil bce re,ltnired( to) give
thai ese.o wit itwoe apprmsed --.-enmrities.
* .14is IN I. \hi r. ,' Adonis-~
.Jans -'l t-:t e ,
A Fl R'ST raiite GIlu. abouitt .,steen yar
.. of age.
Jan. 23, 1839 b 51
~ ~TOLEN, on ste 11th inst.
I fromi the residenes of thte
Ssusbsecriber, ott the Martintown
~~ Road, twelve msiles above llams
hnsrg, a Blay Horse, aboust fifleen amid a haslf
hanirds high, nine or tain years old, wvith sosmte
whuite hasirs ott one hip, and mssme fety ataddle
maerks. I will give the above rewasrd for .het do
livery ofithe hsorse anmd thief or twemnty desllars
for te horse auleone, and pay aill reanse'nabcle ex
pcenses. GEO. ANDERSO N.
IHnhturg. Jans. 22,.1839 e 51i
Thlme sertville .%intasineer andse P'endtletst
Me'ssnger will pclCe.e give tIhe asbove twoe in-.
se'atiesns os d forwni sth ieir stccolutto the L:dge
ite'ld Advertiser lfer psay imet.
TlO TrilE LOVERS Oh.'
G OO D F RIUTIT.
A E 'fhn;us,and YVonnma Faurr'i Tuxa,
suale', Ap1ely to IF, 4 'CO N NOR,
.- 'Mountmt Vinitage, .dgetichel, 8, C,
Nov 20. 1838 tt' 42
I N thte Village of IEdge4ieldl. mm Pocket Besok.
coemntiing sundesry valuiable treasutres. The
ownaer is insviteed to caell aet thmime Iice. prov'e pro-~
perty, psay for this advertisement, and take it
Jans 418399mf 49
F OU ND.
N ''A R thme P'ri ring O )liee, a Pair Waffie
Irons, whichs she owner can havo, Icy mel.
Itlyinig at thits O)ffice atd gayimng for thais adver
-fan 8 Ied
g~alagl Abbeville, 6. U., m the year
C030, by LioaUS I-'AnKt.
I. E .a .
I I * I I
I 20.20 28.07 2-.94 .2
2 zd.J4 2.87 g.^? .07
5 42.05 2W.9ti 28.12 .13
6 2.83 2.ewa zd.99 .13
7 29.04 td.94 28.-a .4J
LAst Qr. 8 268.9 g 4;.14 .14
i ,9.j3 29.24 4:...,2 09
101 zip.ill 29.24; 4..0 I.S.
I1 2;C.4,, 29.09 492$.17
12 2.2. 4Z 2). 2 .I .14
- 13 20.-27 29.17Y 49.1, .ju1
14 49.t)7 4j. 2j.04 .-P7
11 -I 29.04- 2.0.JJ 12
Now- 1 , 29- 16 P5 .9.0. 49.410 .11
- 49.-P 2S.!4 -2r3..4 ..:I
S8.44 8.4 49. .0.,
i i49us 29 2-0.1#14 .0,
iI -.49 29.2 ..4920 .1)9
21d--w 10 40 80 .12
24 4."5 48.77 28.t4 ,-:
let Qr. 2: 1 23.4)3 . 49.2- .21
24 2J.4t 29.44 49.4i .43
257 -.1.47 ;e.).28 29J.4&4 .2.,
2- ;-.17 22.1:1 2,. 1 .f..
2" 49A.0 21).10 214.44 .1
28 2V-.:4 49.15 .1 . .
2 2, -.4- 28.8. 29. .21
Fall. :10 2J.27 29) 2.;.. .12
1:1 1., 29 45 z.. .1;3
Afonth.g Erhibit.-loiathly Lowent 2' .07
Mo thy 1gliies. --9.58
.111) h all caneil :z".10
T 31 ;-71TER
2 5:1 59 m;
3 54 49 45 09
4 :9 13 42 111
5 41 4, :1 t1
4; 5 1 . 1 42 O
7 :11 44 45 14
8 37 53 51 It
9 37 53 47 .1(6
10 31 I 1 46 '2
11 33 59 52 24;
1*2 .15 60o ' -)2 ti:.
l: :1*j 45 4j 7 (Y)
14 45 ..o 4 0.1
15 :3., till ,1
146 :11 5:4 s,4 hIi
17 15 610 52
18 49 54d 5 1 10)
19 44 45 4.1 nfI,
20 29 :39 :3., i
21 2) A 45 .;
22 3:9 57 53 .I1
23 - 9 .:) 29 111
24 17 :12 28 1-,
25 22 :14 :j- 1I
21; :1.6 40 41 In.
27 :1 47 1:1 0
28 37 44 :1 ,,.
2) 31 43 : I I
30 2 : .
31 *2:- :, :.1 1 I
Affnury ExIsthil,~~ , 41~3
WE'1TI R AND W IN DS.
ie 7, 8. , o. 1 I1, 12, I.'i, 2o . 2:j,
24. aml 30, A ere lair day.: IheL'2, 3, 4. 5.
6, 1:1, 14. 17. 18, 19 25. 26 and :.Il elonllY
iays: fh remainder %r.aise. 'I here wa-.
rain ona the 3, 4. 5. 26, and 28: I Ac grcal
est qnanLtfity * hich Iel on :any uie day % t
1 inchi aila hall. isd ite leas' 4-Iii and
a qiuawrter: the whole quantIty - hich Itll
duruing the m''s nh wa.4 i nche' an :11 i 14.
The J. 6. 2, 8, 22 & 2:3 were wind anIVlIy..
Thnnmler wa<. hea';rdl15 ne JS Ih, buti noil
lightingij s.een. IiTe colde--.~t dtay w' :-, tin
24th,. ite warmer.st. thet '2d 'i herei wer. 14i
chalndl(les. eve'ninIgs, 12.14t oftheCse'I i,t ly
22 e**'re avorabl for an ,steIlair alhwrvan 111n, gh'e
reIlmider lain ri un t'avnrablenk from thne biI
Iiatnc'y ofi tihe ns'om. Thesre' 22 erel 42 nib
servatos ofI the' wind, 5w eWch davsI5iI, aii 1
IA. at. and 2 ir. Ms. OI'te...e windsl I e . N.
8 N. I. 14 E. 5 S. l'. I S. 6 S. W.. 24
WV. no211 3 N. . Thegs 13;r,menesr and~
Thlermnmneter' hanag wig hiss do.ors. in sin e'n
dtoor.in the N orih pninazza w2 2s as l1w uns 14)
detgreels aboisve 0, at sunrIise'02 o n e 24th.
T1here' we-lre 1:3 hoangr-i'-n,si, and~ 2 w hille
fro,sts, andu Il It'n senrmringnly wasI s tineres
noll icel. Ona till 2a-sh Snows2 if'll tin tihl dIeptha
ofi I i:inwh. wh'lichl wafs 'll''neIedd by', a cld
* , r)ig'z till night1, thes huu'., and21
of * ,i t22 . , wel.. '2 s .1 he1 b.-in n .,fn
512. ii'u wmn s; er enveloped. mS h2 s.
saa O. A t'Ma,gi till l,'n hoi-,i l re
of DewL'li drom a erenic9 . W'''4ll'rtn *ina
.dny this rtiast, f Iromn~Is the i 15ht Is m
the, Candi WhSire br'lIn'.m s altmiI'I :ro.
sevre tO bn tr LIlly' omeid l)"sIlIss | ,gitisia.
ofy Decembers,l89. weres4n colder1 than nli'y
endedl's with lit' 20th daly of1 thl- Iilamnih,
wa-s the c'able...t j c.~an rememb,ntler, whd ait
te Staumer was~ thet holttest.
IN Tliii-; (:')MMUI'. I'Pl.1-;8.
Jsephal K. Kilbursn.
filed ins dsclartn m I thi'lurk's 2 dnice..,4n
te Defendasnt nnav'itng~1 no te ori attoirnl.'v
known ,ta Iw in' 5 this aute.. uponwhom 2Vsa copyII)'
of tile Saill declarain n 2 wls si'r, edsl: It is sr..
der'edt thaut the 245a1aldeluendanIt dto iae'ar oamnd
ma.ke Ihis dIeence, witin aI year anusd a ntasv Crom21
the illitng 4sf the sids delsaatin. ear finswu and1
absolsnie indgment will beI a wnarded,l asgainst hsiem.
.1cn 21, 18:19' A W nql 5,1
h Iavinag sdemtanda aigniust tine estate' us'e regnsest
ed to presetthno 'a4roperyv atte.si.d.
jYHN HJELe ee
Sale of Real Estate In the
Town of Masburg, 6. C.
0 N the 2d Mun .ay of l1ebrury text being
the lit., and continued until finally clo
Upwards of100 Building LOTS, advantage
onsly situated, oibofit 21 lots oi the centtre street,
(the popurar bIsinesastreet of that growing
town,) the balance onl Mechanic, Market asd
other streets. Also, ten Sections, or parcels of
Lsd situate ist the insiasediate vicinity of the
Town and likely to become very valuable.
As this sale becomes necessary it torder to
close the Estate ofo J. Williantsos and others, it
will be positive.
Tlhe tej ins of'sale will ie liberal, ati canl be
itcertained by applying to Itobt. McDouald,
Augusta; or Jots Magrath, Charleston; and os.
the da y of sale.
Thse'plfan of the Town, ansd the Lots for sale,
cass be seen oither ils Augusta or Charleston,
where any other ifiorsation can lie had.
P. S.-Ots nm y of the lots on Mlarket asd
Milehanic street. there are at pre-ent erected,.
tsildins,ssitalle to stores orprivaterepideswies.
The kuglsta Chsronirle and Hetinel, the
Colunia *onlth Carolinian. the I-dgefield Ad
vertiser, the lPendleton %Ies-eiger. will publish
this notifiention, until the day ofsale, asd render
thei bill to It. McDonald. Aiugtusta.
Jan 17 IKV) d 50
Y i Order fros site O rdisary ot I.dgefield
Districi. w i hit sold at the late residence
of Jeptlha Slaurploo., decensed. ons Monday, :26h .
inst. oi a credit sntil the z-oha day of Decesu
her iext. florses and Mu le.s. Cattle. Sheep
and logs, Corn, s'odder id Onts, I Waa
ott mid G;ear. fhshcksnitiam' and Plani1itionl
Tools: su various tsther articles. Psirchasers
to give their notes with approved securifies.
A. Sil Ai ,T ., .en
r. [i. NIXON, tors.
Jan 10, 1m39 b 54
tale of South C Pmloooi a.
The Downser Fstate. %
S)TIC. is hert-by given, that hv viritie of
an order fros. the Cosrt of hi'ices.
I shall oilsr t*-r sal. to the highest bidder. in
tie I'irst M,anday in i lruary nr.t. at E.dgefiehl
S'oir: I losse. ilee tract oI* Lsnd tbeon inig to the
'-sate of the liate A:exander D)owner. decesased,
-itlate in Eldgeield District. in 6eaeh lslaid.
ad1j:)inieo. lanids of Miller. Gardnier, atd others,
ons a credit of* one year from fthe sale.exei.pit fiir
so 11inch a. will Inty the ,xpenAes or salu. which
ist le pa.tid in nsh. The puorchasr to give
bil and poorsonial seentrity, and a mnortgage of
fil prmiss. J. TERitRY, C. r.. E. D:
I.dgetield, Just 9 139 d 49
T Ill Copart nership of' G(0 () I IX, lA l
RlI.NGTOA k CO. was Jarsolved oil t..e
first inst. by its owls limnitation. All persos in
deh-d tt is. are . equested to eil and .ettle their
Notes ad Accoiuts, its we wvish to close the bi
unAess if the- coniceri. Thse indebte. to the
olbl firmn or Gmuertan % larrinoins. are reind
ed that tlseir Note.- and Aceont<c nre ol to: g
setdinag, and fortlier imnsisgence cannot be
V. L. GOODWIN,
If. I.- Ifl lIHINGTFON,
B. C lillYAN.
Fd!efiell. C. II. Jat I1. 1 : - e f
1i' Sbsctjhriher, have formed a Co
I)tlrtsership iu the MIRCLH -IINT T.4II,
OI.'( hu:iness. under the firsie ot' i1arring
tint Ar Bryan. and wi . k-eo co- stantly 41n1 in1d,
s eneral as<or mee t of the mnost Fiasioniiale
%rmcles. is their Iite, that the No:hern an:d
onl herie markets will alt'ord.
The fieel tha.kinm fir tile liberal patronaer
lieretoiore exlead. d1 towards them. id isspe by
!tri* atteition'l to biusiness. asfil a disposeilonl to
please. to receive a consisnunalce ft hile *":tnne.
If. L. If Aflalt.\ .TO0N.I
B. C. IItYAN.
f'eefeseld C I. Ja;. 1*2. 1:' :ite 50
m L.%D, cATLI.% & CO.
1 . ii:i:',thank to tlheir pastios o5'.ir hse
strity of -hesir peattos nig te pcat yea:r.
.sn will 'onstlsnue tee uis every exerstien es o;s. -
abl.y~ to~ sehpy sil i Iho snsiy favoir thsein n ih
their e'n5r ome. wstee snseh (,'comi as the sita v se
Uirse.nn ailst prices sited to thte interr-st c''
their i'est timers.
Allt twsn inebtleed teeo thesm. seithserty Notse
eec Ibins Ateront asstueie ona's'I he i istnt~tr pre
Iose-. aire eairnestly ro quecsted to enl h antd pasy
up5 n itheeout dei avY.
Th'ley liat e jest re'e*ivte.I t'rotst Newy York, a
eask ef -iuperior wIaiter pere.s-ed hilenchled
L AMI 0 I2. A lso. Se cquantit y of (1Il*Elm
andti ssundry sither (;00I)5.
IItrored si.r doosrs ualmcre-Is theIj le|aigfoa flank.
8 H't 1 siplety of 5 \itl'.N s41'.I)a',
. Ilired Se'ed<. (Clover. leigue Poctato On)s
js.s ionsles Seeds. & c.
Th'e ntsc:eI aslbme ansce' miade to ceeunltrv dealers.
A l' A It,berlsce.es. Su itls. &e.
\l . -cni Se-W en.noidh
it. Vtn i in
.. II .'.t I
/ it. .'cfore' lIuonsr. iar.
m ie'rly ernpsseile y
Ssiesn givens imssieiately.
aas %WM. J. Sl MhldlNS.
-O H E' Membeurs of the Mine Creeik
tthat thtcre will Its :a regi.s r oee'.tng ofh sasid St.
eisty. sit itock Iy ('reek Mse'ths.gleiouse'. ecn tie
sec'Ci .1 ccstnday. (Iia ) ina ehertsary cex.t: Thle
mtemass' s arse reews'ted ti e pnn tsieit.at m the ir
attendteasesee. Thie Pubshlic id genescral ar5e mied
to ai:tesul. JI)llN 04; ' BI,W'uNe
Serry '. Ii S.
Ja l lisi, 18l et;,
NOT I E.
C A. DOM D' ).wss.ilI esxebace good Nte's
c'*dAeotints, ihtr C~asht. cn reaisosnablec
G; ODS ('Iurap for ('ass. ns haeretclecre, or
to Ip' tictl Cnttomtters, ons tIhe nastsa Icredlit.
Ii' e Ie. t"t't e .~t
Blcachaed WViuateu tmraiard
LJ.'FII' O iL.
P1H Il Stbscuribse s hnve received a suspely' of(
* s ho atbove aicle of verv' sitperisor q1uality.
G. I.. & L. P .N N & C.
Oct 3i1. 1s'38 tf 'P1
Best Apple VI%EGAR. 4
F RSale by i .D~l
. A. 3''D.W
Y vi,tue of sundri writs of* Fier Facigs, to
i tie directed. will In- old at Edgefield C 0
Lst t e first Aoimday and Tuesday in February
next, the following property, viz:
C. J. Gi'ver. vs % #Diatm Berry, defendant'e
inteiestin has atier's land.
W illilun B. Doris, vs Edesmund Atchison, the.
tract of land where defendatait lives.
Levi %'entherington, vs Philip 11. Mantzand
C. J Glover, oi.e tract of land belonging to P.
H. latitz, containing six hundred and hourteen
acres, niore or less, adjoinin Levi Weather
1.1tn,gitteor. Ste-8 hic,JohnBrisakie &.othere..
land,Catlin & Co.. vs Henry Ifuiffani,sen.
Other P tifls, severally,. vs the Same, the
tract of I where defendant lives.
willial orn, vsJanies Carroll, part of a
trart of .r,y- u in Edgetield Distraict, con
ta g fif ...ts, nore or less, sdjoining
Jaanes Al, illiani B. Dorn and others.
Luthie:, ,a vs R C. Jones. II. L. iled
lev vs tie Sane, two horses.
James r. Adanis, Administiator. vs John W.
Monday uind Wife, six negroes, viz; one man.
Uliarles,one boy, Ben, fourgirli, Mariah, Chat.
latte. '"aniiy ind Fivira.
Wimliam Traylor. vs Gutridge Thurmond,
Joll Thtirntiid and aundal Delaughter, the
trac t of land where G. Thurniond lives on Bea.
ver Dunm Creek, adjoinitng Jonh Ilollingsworth,
lohn .Al. Sinikinsand others.
Fliza Bacon vp John Thurmond, Gatridge
rhiuriond, and Itandal Delaighter, the tract
ef* land where John Thurmond lives, lying oi.
Other PlaintilT. vs Johnt Thiorniond, the a.
thove descrihed land.
Benjain Corley vs Administrator of Daniel
C'otney. one tract of lai containing six hun
fred acres. wore or less, ndjoining lands ofJohn
lineliart. John 1iii e ad others.
Ternis of Sale. Cash.
WM. H. MOSS, S. E. D.
Jt'' 1.4. 1839 e 50
(te of " titli ( 'arolina.
G. L Penn & Co.
. L. & E. Penn & Co. Attachment.
BY n Order from the Court of Common
Pl' es for I dgefield District. will be sold
1: hlies louse of, defiqn4ant. on Motintai, ersek,
indler in atitnlhment in tid ab4-ve stated case,
an l'uIesllday af-tr the first 3loadav in fUebc tary
ext, all the Personal Property oi said defend.
iet. conlsistiiig of variois artieles.
W. II. MOSS, S. E. D.
Jim 1. 1-:1 e 50
tate of South Carolina.
3larshal Steadhain. Applicant,
ancy 2ifendhami in, et al. Defendants
itY m order (if the Ordinary of Edgefield
- is;ric!, I shall proceed to sell on the fint
Iloinday in Felbrunaay next. at Edgefield C. H.
lie ltad helonging to the estate of Johi Stead-*
al, deceatied, situate in said District, on the
xiaters tif Turkey creek, bounding on lands of
i,etm, Lnids of the estate of James Blocker,
le eased Hlansom Tinamennota and others,
aed containing Two lilundred acres, mote or
in a redit of twelve months. Purchasers to
1ive homl and persotal seenrity, and a mort
Tage ofthe prenises to the Ordinary. Costtv
eC paid im cash.
W. H. MOSS, S. . D.
Jan 14. IQ9 e 50
Sltit' of 11%ilth Cal-o*fillaf.
is Bill for Partition
Ituth llolstein, et a'.
B Y virtue a sin Order front Chancellor
Dutikits. I shad offer for sale to the high
si Indder, fin :he First .Mo1nday im Eebruarl
trt. at l;d_-efield C-lurl Ilonieta,the Iteal Estate
)f Alws-s ffoll.4tein,. deceased. covaistiaig of the
illowing Tracin of Land, situate in Edgefield
.No. L'eoataining, 547 acres, more or less, ad.
oining lands of Wi;iaian Norris, Ilenry Saw.
er md others.
Ne. 2. acontaining 47 i acres,:nuore or less, ad
onunaeg lands aof I. W. P'erry.lerySwe
ndia otrs. Icar awe
Nat. 3. 'onttainig -0tl neres, more or less, ad
oinn l;andsel of enry Sawyer, Nathaniel Butr
etn. .$tc'ehc en lstein atnd o: hers.
No. 4. enelfl lhe Diavid Williamns' tract, ceo..
:cincing 2T., acres. mnore etr lesa. adjoining lands
ar Artcei;as 'lVatson. Gibeon J. WVilliamis, and
cv Clesnd's Cre'ek
Nat. 5. situate in Lexincgton District, on Bog.
Ly Brzach. and contaeiing 50 acres, more or
e'!*.. Saied i:ands will be sold in separate tracts.
.n a creadit eel aone aced two years. except for se
tn'ch na ava be necessary to pay costs, which
use lie piaid im ensh : purchiasers to give bond,
mudl oodl personial see'nrity.
J. TiERRY, c. g. ..
I'de~ ticebl. Jan 4. 1 9. d 49
ite (ICe ,,Iltil ( tirolinla.
Joehn V. Sawyer, etii a
. vs Bill for Partition.
Anc mel. le cngared, tvili-,ct al.
' I Sl( . is hierebyc given. thcat hev in irte' of
. n ide I r.l .;- ' imn e 1 . John..e ..t ; i.
t,' , " ! M el t- iea -' hab tle .e a -e
u1 :: i * eb e. l ie .I= : .h. t, a i
C .*lli e i - :,'m in re'. li'i. r- .on . . ,
l'ie i-sosl.c propi ele ecn ii areani of aone yecar,
e'llelt lihe cal-t..) .-eered by1 bonda and perso
cnl serie: it'e ; arit tie- land etn a creedit oif one &6
Wvo cZWar. --e'en red byv boatl aindl personal secu
ni.y a .nd a mccrigae aof thce ptremises. The costs
if' -lint to be fpaid raetablly hy the pinchasers in
J. T~ER RY, c. E. 3. o
KDI)GFl lD DI lISTRLICTr.
v's "Bill for Partition.
a I'TIC h: is heereehr given. that byl virtue of
i an order freome Chtanael;or Iliarpeer. I shall
,t,r for seale to the hcighest~ hidder, on the F-irst
lons. a''i TrautE -7ai. b- Ioning tat tIhe E's
Ieloe c.min eeih lte -~a lsised. ctetaian
I) nere. moiire or * . ing in lenc .te thand,
dioiinaetied< of . I- 11. 'lanefnd fthe es
'te eelf larr , 'e .1 enar I.ow rv and Jae
rcite I.eram i~'l dfee acredalef ee i vcer,
-.e teelst$. wich ulst bea pid in e'nshe.Theo
',nrchase.r1ta give lbondl andl pearsonal see'nrity,
ndl a moiertga;e ofi thei pre.niise's to secure the
. J. TERRY. c. r.. . n
dlge ti'eld. Junl 4. I -t:t9 ci 49
N the Cohnni,hin Racnd. ttenr the Vilinge,
'7an Umbrel/a. wheichI the owvner enn havd
Iappling at tIs Office; antd payitig for thIs