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- Mr. ack-inghaot.-This great Oriental
travepler is'lecttrin& in.Cb3rleston. The
Courier,gives a long and poeical account
or him. He is' epreseated as highly im
p uve, and eloquent. His descriptions of
P ine, and ,tili countries which he
visid, are-,s'aid tb lie' very graphic and
picet e. 11. poAses the power of
holdPg his audience spell-bound, by the
richness cif his imagery, and the goneral
beauty of his diction.
Cheee.-A Cheese, welthing
700 ade at the dairy of Col. Meach
em, o ran qu t q , N. Y. was pre
sented to Mr Van 'uren.' He'gave it t,o
the Washington I Female Benevolent So
ciety," to be sold for the benefit of the poor.
Kentucky Legislature.-The resolutions
upon the subject of abolition, which first
passed the Senate, have been adopted by
the House of Representatives.
One of the provisions of the resolutions,
is, that two Commissioners shall be ap
pointed by a joint vote of the two Houses
of the Legislature, to proceed to Ohio, lay
before the Legislature of that State, the
views of Kentucky, in regard to this ques
tion, and ask of it the enactment of such
laws,as will tend to the suppression of the
evils growing out of the interference ofcer
tain fanatics in Ohio, with the Slaves of
North Carolina, U. S. Senators. Messrs.
Broton and Strange.-Shortly after the re
veption of the Anti-Sub-Treasury resolu
tions passed by the North Carolina Legis
iature, et its recent session, Messrs. Brown
and Strange wrote a letter to the General
Assembly, stating that they did not know
the meaning of the Resolutions. These
gentleiben acknowledge the right of in
struition. The General Assembly replied
by thefollowing Resolution, which passed
its third reading 25 to,23.
"Resolved, Thnt the Resolutions passed
by this General Assembly, and transmeited
to our Senators in Congress, are sufficient
lyplain and intelligible to be comprehen
dedby any one desirous of understanding
them; that we believe this communication,
anticipating the reception of said Resolu
tions and making enquiry as to their mean
ing, is not in good faith; and that it would
be inconsistent with the self-respect of this
General Assembly to make any reply to it."
Delaivare.-In the House of Represen
- tatives of this State, Joseph Maull, Whig,
lately received a majority or votes for the
U S: Senate. Late accounts stare that
the Legislature fixed on the 17th inst. for
Massachusetts.-The Hon. Daniel Web
star has been re-elected United States
Senator, from Massachusetts. for the term
of six years, from the 4th of March nbxt.
Mis4ippi.-Ia Lowndes county, Mr.
Tucker, (V. B.) has been lelected State
Senator. Mr. Gholson. late member of
Congress, has been elected to the Legis
laturg, from Montoe county.
Gold Eagles.-The Globe says that the
Mint in Philadelphia, is making Gold En
gles. None of this coin has been cast
Florida.-A Convention recently as
sembled at St. Joseph, Florida, and adop
ted a Constitution for Florida. Robert
Raymond Reid was President of the Con
Piracy.-Some months since, en attro
cious piracy .was committed by the Ma
lays,_in the Indian seas, on an American
vessel,:the Sclipse. Several men-of-war
* started out shortly afterwards, in pursuit,
~'and have probably chastised the pirates ore
Horse-thieve.-We call the attention
of the public, to the advertisement of Mr.
Geo. Anderson, inserted ini to-day's paper.
Mr. Editor :-What an astonishing
thing is it,that somec people wish to appear
rich, and even express themselves in such
a manner as to be thought so by others;
-when indeed, if the truth were known, the
__ nost that could be said of them is, that they
-are like the animals of the shell tribe?
During the Summer of 1837, a company
of Ladies and~ Gentlemen visited one of
the Sulphur Springs in the npper country,
in order, I suppose,to improve their health.
One of the Ladies being presented with., a
a cup of the water, exclaimed, "dear me!
it smells just like the ditch water in one of
Father's rice plantations,"!! and 'oehold! it
was ascertained that he did not own even
one such plantation, much less, two or
more, as she intimated. A.
C'aricature.-We have receivcd from
Washington, an amusing carienture print,
representing Mr. Forsyth. stopping hais
nose, and introducing to President Van
Buren. the Marquis De Quashipomnpo,
Envoy Ertraordinary, and Mini :JI~ -
-potentiary from the Sister Rep
Hayti. This is the right way to t he
late specimen of united follyr and wekd
ness on the part of the abolitionists. Such
n-employment of the graphic art will soon
drive the propositIon, with "inextinguish
able slaughter" from the land.-Chsarles
*A diligent man can always find leisure,
-a lay ne never..
Fromthe Hudsoa Repu ican
Died, in tho city of Hudson, on the- eve
ning of the 11th instant, Capt. Alexander
Co1n, in the ninety-ninth wear of his age,
(born 21st September, 1740, on the Island
of Nantucket.) Until within the Iasi year,
he was active and prompt in bodily exer
cise; the sickness terminating his life was
of about four weeks' duration, being the
natural decay of the system. "He was the
last of the original proprietors who settled
in the city of Hudson, in 1784. Often cal
led by his fellow citizens to places of con
e-wa twice elected to the Legisla
Wlassachusetts-a member of the
N of this state for amending the
4 ....ii-post-master and mayor of
this city-discharging the duties with sat
isfaction to his constituents and honor to
himself. He had long been an intelligent
ship master of bterling integrity, until he
finally discontinued the seas, at about 60
years of age.
In the winter of 1774, he had for passen
gers to London, the consignees of the Tea
then recently destroyed in Boston harbor.
Thatso much worth should be early "ought
for, might well be expected; the same year
he was invited to dine with Dr. Fothergill,
in company with Dr, Franklin and a Brit
ish peer, in London, thus becoming early
initiated in the views,feelings and anticipa
tions of those true friends of the American
Colonies, he at once came out a firm sup
porter (if the American cause, an unwa
vering patriot. He was the hearer of des
patches from Dr. Franklin, in Paris, an
nouncing the friendly interest the French
Court had manifested towards America.
He was twice a prisoner during the wai
was intimate with John Adams, John H an
cock, and Samuel Adams, and the leading
whigs of the Revolution-and has since
enjoyed the most friendly relations with the
most prominent tnen of the present day,
and those preceeding them.
GREEN VILLE. Jan. 18.
Accident.-A likely negro fellow, about
20 years of age. belotiging to Mr, Mnuldin,
of this town; came very near losing his life
on Sunday last in the following manner:
lie was at the house of Mr. Duncan, in
company with another boy, whilst the
family were at chtrch, and bv some means
got hold of a musket loaded with buckshot,
which exploded in his hands, the load en
tering his face a little below the ear, carry
Ing away nearly halfrof his lower jawbone.
a piece of his tongue, and the greater part
of his teeth. Notwithstandng this fright
ful wound, he is said to be doing well, aud
there is a prospect of his recovery.-Mount.
W. L. Yancey, Esq. who was convict
ed of Manslaughter at the last Fall term of
our Court,and sentenced to a fine of.1500,
and an imprisonmet of twelve months,
has had his sentence committed by the Go
vernor of this State to 500 fine and three
tnonths imprisonment, which time expired
on the 22d inst. and Mr. Y. was released.
The petitions forwarded to his Excello-nev.
were signed ly upwards of 1000 respecta
ble persons, and a large portion of them
ritizens of this District.-Greenville Moun.
AUGUSTA Ga. Jan. 24.
Fire.-On Tuesday morning last, about
three o'clock, a fire broke out in the ''r
pensr Shop of Mr. -William Thom on,
in the lower part ofthe city. and so rapid
were the flames, that before assistance
could arrive, the building was destroyed,
with its contents.-Constitutionalist.
Nkw-ORLEANS, Jan. 18.
From Texas.-The steamer Cuba ar
rived yesterday from Galveston, whence
she sailed on the 15th instant, bringing
dates from Houston to the 12th, two num
bers of the Telegraph of t he 9th, and 12th
have come to hand, cont aining the procee
dings of Congress. and a few items ofnews
(of a local character, Considerable excite
ment had been occasioned by ati attack
made in the Senate chamber upon a mnem
bar ofthe Senate, Dr. S. HI. Everett, by
the surgeon general of the army, Dr. Asa
bell Smith, in which -there was a show of
pistoland Bowie knife by the assailant,
and a display of pugilism. The public
were very indignatnt at the outrage. and a
resoliutiona was passed unanimously by the
Setnate, requesting the President to remove
Dr. Smith from his otfice as surgeon gen
Dr. Archer. of Texas, has been sent to
prison for challenging General liston,
the anti-duiellinig law of the young repub
lic being very severe: and a Mr. Wilson
had been expelled fromi the Senate for it
sing profane language ifr his place and re
sistitg the oflicersof the I louse. Texas is
making a stride beyond us.
Enitit led an act, to ext end to late emigra nts,
or those who may emigrate within a
specified time, a donation of Land.
Sece. 1st. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Re
puhkic of Texas in Congress assembled.-.
That every person who may have emigra
led to the Republic. by the first of Oct. A.
D. one thousand eight hundred and forty,
who is a free white person, and the heaid
of a family. and who actually resides with
in the Government with his or her family,
shall be entitled to a conditional grant of
six hundred and forty acres of land, by
paying the fees of oflce atid surveying.
Te condit tis of the said grant shall he,
that both grantee and his or her family
shall remain and reside p)ermannently with
in this Republic, and do and peCrform atny
and all duties required of other citizens.
for the term of three years: after which
time, he or his legal representatives shall
receive from the government ant uncondi
tional dleed for said grant of land;t pro
vided that nuo sale of said claitn to landl
by the imdividual entlited to the same from
this Governmnent,shall he valid in law and
bimtdig upon the person selling the saint,
until an unconditional deedl shilli be,og
tamned by the grantee for said landl'and mn
no case whatever,shall a grant of that de
scription lie made,nnless it -be satisfactori
ly proved that all the conditions and pro
vision of the law have beeni comnplied with:
And all sitnglo free white mtale persons, of
the age of seventeen anid upwards, who
may have emigrated tothis Reptublic by the
first day of Januairy, 1840, shall be enti
tled ton2 acres.of n .
Sec. 2nd. Be it furtfier enacted. Timt
all permanent resident citizens of Texas,
who have or may arrive to the age requir
ed of emigrants by thd'above section of
this act, shall be entitled to the same
qantity of land as emigrants, upon the
same conditions that emigrants are.
Sec. 3rd. Be it further enacted, That
all officers and soldiers who engaged in
the service of Texas, previous to the first
of March one thousand eight hundred and
thirty seven, whose families are now here,
or who may arrive here by the first day of
January, one thousand eight hundred and
forty, shall be entitled to the same quanti
ty of land that they would have been. if
their ramilies had emigrated to the coun
try with them.
JOHN M. HANSFORD,
Speaker of the H. Rep.
S. II. EVERETT.
The Book Making Business.-The fol
lowing is an extract from a lecture on
printing delivered some time since before
the Portsmouth Lyceum, anti afterwards
published. After speaking of the estab
lishment of the Harpers, at New-York. the
author says, "At Brattleboro," in our sie
te~r State, Vermont, is one which is de
serving of notice. The printing establish
ment there keeps in operation several
power presses. Connected with itis a pa
per mill at one end,&a book hindery at the
other, so that, (like the chrysalis, changing
of a vile caterpiller to a beautiful butterfly,
what enters at one end, she cast off cover
ing of the human body, is. by a regular
and rapid change brought out at the other
extremity, beaitiful paper, finely printed
and bound-a material for the permanent
dress of the immortal mind. So rapid is
the progress that rags have been received at
the mill in the morning, manufactured into
paper, and printed before night. 'T he
"Comprehensive Commentory" is now
printing at that establishment, When it
is completed it will have consumed fifteen
thousand reams of paper Think riot that
the woolen or cotton manufactures are the
only ones which henefit the agrictultural
ist, for this one work will use the amount
of a thousand bales of cotton in paper-and
will have required the skins of sixty thou
sand sheep for its hinding!
We understand that during the five years
ending with the present, there will h,tve
been published at this establishment about
one hundred and sixty thousand imperial
ocRavo volumes. averaging more than eight
hundred pages each? The volumes con
rain each more than ten of the average of
those issued by the Harpers, the lamgest
publishing house in America-making an
amount of miatter issued, equal to one mil
lion six hundred thousand such volumes as
theirs? 'ht bssitess is now carried on by
the -614rattleborm' 'ypographic Co.," in
coirporated in l836. with the. privilege of
holding a capital of two thousand dollars.
ATLANTIC STEAM NAVIoATo.-The
Journal of Commerce says: "The last
passage of the Royal William has proved
th-it if steam vessels but take the South
ern rotate, they can cross the Atlantic as
well in winter as in summer. She ran
down within a hundred miles of Fayal. and
came up the Gulf Stream, and all 'round
found the weather so mild that no fire was
necessary in the cabin, except for a very
short time at each end of the voyage. The
sailors worked with their coats off and
bare foot. The Gulretrean keepe every
thing warm assummer, almost up to sound
ing oil our coast. The fact is. that the
world has hecome so small of late, that if
one feels cold here at the North, tie ha
only just to run down to the equator and
warm himself by the great fire,just as on a
smaller scale a dull urchin in Jiool runs to
the fire there. ''ern is tnotItag now in
the way of Atlantic steam navigation. rThe
terrors of the ocean were first subdued, and
now old Boreas blows his blast atnd scares
Pennsyleania.-Thet lame conduct of the
Wihigs. ini attemapting a fraudulent control
of the Legislatute of this great State. is
,Ibeginnting to recoil on themi. A vacancy
in Cumberland District, caused by the dle
cease of Mr. Cassats, a Whig Sentator,has
been filled by the election of Miller (Admn.)
ov'er Macfarlane (Whig) by a ma'jority of
Two millions of dollars will tnot indemn
nify the Ohio valley for the expenses andi
sacrifice it has sustained in consequence
of the ditlieult ies 'and suspension of na viga
lion since lass July. in other wordis the
Ohio valley woul,a have beeni enriched to
moure titan tile amrout of two millions of
dfollars, if the rail road from Covinigton to
Charleston. S. C. was tnow inl full opera
The~ Virginia Legislature has before it
a project for a genxeral Banking L aw. simi
lar to that of New York, Georgia, Michi
gan, and for aught we ktnow, the Moon.
It seems to be laken for granated rather too
hastily. that if every tian can make paper
money, every man must get rich.-Char.
A ,fact.-The Cincinnatti News says
there is a nan living abt>i fiy miles north
of that city, who has tiad 24 children by one
wife, 18 of whom are now full grown
hearty males, capable of bearing arms.
"In pewace prepamre for war,"' is his maxim.
TIhe E'ditor acknowledges payment from
thec following Subscribers.
J. WV. Yarborough, M. Grav, Wile
Milton, Iflez. Strom., rThomas Nichols,
WV Wimnbish, John Damy.
A. R. Taylor, J. W Yarborough, WV.
Milton, II. Strom, A. Whamtley, D) Atkini
son, Jolhn Mc~Neaul, L. Delonch. Wmn
lftautphries, S. HI. Weeks, Wm J. Sim
kmis, Luke Lott, Thomas Nichols, J. W.
W'imibish, Felix Lake, Loyrd Skaninell,
Win. Mitchell (for R. Lewis,) J. Lyon,
S. W. Kennerly, John Logue, M. L. Bon
ham, Joseph Loydl.
Thomas Nichols, E. P. Ahney, J. F.
Martin, Whit. Brooks, R. Bryan, 'T. 0.
Bacon, B. J Ryatn,O. Tow les, 8. Stevens,
Jas. Rainsford, Dr. Skannell, R. T. Mims,
J. Rtearden, Win. Frazier 8. Christie,
'A. Trompkins. A. V- Montgor...'
From the APT04 Conswit oi t Jan 24.
AUGUST - IND 1IAMfBURG MARKET.
COTToIt. sCere has'continued anactive de.
mand during the past-weeki in our market. and
prices remained ruh the sane.as last noticed
up to ye4terda, when a report was In circula
tion that later and more favorable intelligence
from Eurtipe wAs in town, receivedvia Charles
ton. which ca3ed. an increased demand. and
prices for tie lower and middling descriptiots
improved (iIv a quarter to a half a censt. The
amouint of Cotton on the emarket for sale at the
present time. Is lithited, and searly all in store
Is in secoed hands and held Ior hi1her prices.
The litnited q4antity arriving is readily dispo
sed of from-wasons. planters see,ning~satinied
with present prices. Prime and choice Cottons
continue scarce, and would meet with ready
sale at from 1d1 to 14 cents in square packages,
but there are none of this description in the
muarket--the bulk of the present stock, may be
classed from iddling to fair. We quote 12 a
14; rime and choice 144 a 144.
04 clRA5.N-Checks on New York, at ou
day's sight, are selling atli a I4 per cent pren;
Charleston 4 a 4; Savanna par: U. a. Bank
Notes 14 prem: Treasury Notes 14 and interest.
On Weduemiay evening.23d inst. by the Rev.
W. U. Johnson, Mr. F. M. NicAotus to Miss Ann
G. Mosdy, all of this Vill
On the 9th iestint, in Richmond Couney. Ga.
hy Wm. Doyle, E49. Mr John A. Rrden, to
Miss Ifenrita G. 044dree.
On the f'th Decemtber last. in Libertz. Miss.
by tle Rev. J. Yolung, Mr. iere'ey FsMINg
to Miss Mortha Marsh.
Oat the Jkh December last, in Liberty, Miss.
Iy the Home. L. Sander. Mr. A. C. Searingen
to Viss ifariv RaaA,r
Died, in this Village. on the 18th inst. Mrs.
Sarah -I. L4FwOm, conlsort of Capt. John Lips.
comb, aged 40 years.
A few days before her deceasc, Mrs. L. was
in tie vigor of health, and had the brightest anti
cipationloftde future. But steddenly. "icn the
twicklieg of an e e " tice great Destroyer came,
and she &ie porostrate beneath loin rudch es hand.
mrs. L. was for many years a most estimable
memiber of time Baptist Chureh. In all the do
inestic relations, she was a modl for imitationl.
As a wife, she was confiding, as a nother,
affectionate. asa friend. sincere. In societ at
large, Ibe was distinguiihed for her ladyike
case and affability; in the eirele of her immedi
ate frienis. she was remarkable for the warmth,
and the kindness of lier feelings. She'has left
an t.ft'ectiotlate husband, aim aged mother, and a
niumber ofmuall children, but their sorrow is a-.t
lik. that of those -"who have no leolee." Sie is
gone' but leer utimereu-4 relations and friends
have the cnsolatioei to know that
"Their loss. i- her etetual gain."
Died. at lis residence. on tisl Upper Three
Roe,. Raruwell District, S. C. en the 2*h oit
Mr. Needan (ren, in the ti7th year of hIs asLe.
Near Hamburg, (S. C.) on ti e0th Ut., Mr.
Thoma" Crymees, of dpartanburg District, in
tie 41M year of his age.
Amtler Revolutiona Veeran Ge.s!
Departed this life on the U ultimo. atthe resi
dence of hi in-law, Mr James S. Wofford, in
uaburit Distriet, Capt.Martin C.l. an
r o: the Zeoltion,aged ei. ty threeyear-.
four rleths anti loin#- day,. Hc was en It.'
b"tle,0 of F4Irt Mo3lerie. Brandywine, German
town. Monmclouth, and at t*eSiege of Charleo.
son, where he was taken primtier. toy the Brit.
ish. He was one of Gen. Washington's Life
Goeard for two y.-ars.-Greeparillp. 41~ainPr
Sian-c' A didato fer Tax Colectur.
Jan FS, 1 . .trv4
Y virtne of writi of Fi. Fal. to me di
rected. will he sold in Hathurg, ore 1i
day. the 15th d of Fe;,ruary Iezt,
'0ne Lot of otton Gins. at the suit of Chap.
Lamar, Fndorwer. for the use of J. C. Pardue
vs. L1ws B. Cobb, and other plainti_' pver
ally~ vs. clh samne.
Trermus of Sale, Ceesh.
WM. HI. MOSS, S. E. D.
Jan 29, 18'19 e 52
W I. T ED,
FA5OOO, in Cashi,
)R wiceh good Notes and Acetcunts will
. le gay n, adl of which are due, ad soe
of long sctmda eg.
A woerd to thee woise is suffrient.
C. A. IJOWD.
Jan 29, 1839 tf 52
- DISSOLUTION of the Firm of .tddi
seon ,& Battler, took pclace thce fir..t clay oif
Ja.,ueary. bymuctat .cnsenet. Pe*r.aocs in
debted to tem can settle with either.
A. B. AIDDINON,
WM. Mt. BUTLER.
The aubsc'riber Ians a general assortment of
GOOD L UMBER, at $0 cents per 3110 feet, at
Mill- WM 11. BUTTLER.
ET 8. F. Goonas will receive Bills for Luem
Jan 26. 1839 e 52
L aset 1o0t icee.
ALL peraonsa indehte~d 'o tie Eatate of Sa
rahe Wise, deceansed, are hereby regeted
to comiee forward and mceake paymecnt, as longer
imdulgencce cannot bec given.
. B. PRESLEY. Ex'r
Jtan 29, 1839 le 5
JOHN COTHEIJAN. living on the stage
esrad, leadineg trom Edgefield to Abbeville
coucrt house, two mciles ac:d ac half alcove Hard-.
Ilbcr beridge. Teells bcefore mec a small liroucn
Hlors.a' abtt 144 heands high. sevoen yeaera old,
a star icn his foreh'ead. cenip otn his nose, both
ind feet wihite and beong tail. Nc otcher breands
or emarks perceivahlo. A lapracisedlac F~ily Doh.
lars. JO H N LYJN. J. Q.
Jan 26, 1839 e. 52
AFIRST rate GIRL accont sixteen yoars
Jan. 23, 1839 b 51
l 3I E Store Hlouse, for.
merly ocenpiedI by
* Smith & I riezier. Posses.
* ione given immctediately.
M.~t J. SIMIKINS.
Jan 16. l8t9 ef 541
ONc. or TIwoe A ppreneicee to lihe l'rinting
Business. will lie taken at this oilice.
Youeths froma 14 to 16 years of age, with n tel
erabIe Englishe educatioen, who can road and
write well, will meet with encouragemenat.
Jan 9.,1839 49
'zTOLEN, on the 11th inst.
froln the residence of the
subscriber, on tie Mlartintown
Road, twelve iniles above litln
burg, a Bay I1orse, about fifteen aid a half
hands high, iine or ters years old, with some
white hatra on oine hp, and some rew saddle
marki--sway backed a lietl, round nody and
well made- in good order when taken away,
worth $125. Tie horse I believe was stolen
by ta mai whose natme its Richard rord, %% te
was committed toLdgefieldJail.on the 26th inst.
for theft. and says he resden in Linctiln Co.
Ga. He is a man of bad churartur. antd issup.
posed te have traded said horse niot far off, or
seiet hitn a% ay perhaps by sone at' his asoci.
alea in Georgia. It is believed ift has comrades
in South Carolina, Georgia and Alatbamtn, and
that he has paid the penalty of the law it the
the whipping post, as his back has been
well lashed aind the scars have not chitaiged
their color yet. The Jailor examinied him nomd
found such to be the case. ie said Ford has
recently been trading in horses and mules in
this District, and no doubt all were stolen pro
perty. It is probable that he and his company
eawry on the business otn a large scale, ts ie is
thought to he a noted villain.
The above reward will be given for the de
livery of tie horme to time, or for eproof to cost
vict the thief trading hins.
Hatinura. Jain 22, 1830 d 52
IEr Aditors in Sonth Carolina, Georgisi ined
Alabama may perhaps benefit time pmublic, by
inserting the above otice or twice.
Sale of Real Estate in the
Tost of' e1amsburg, &. c.
N lite 2d MonAt. aty it r ebruary njext being
Stie is. and continuu:1 mntil finally le
Upwards or100 Builin;g LOTS, advantage
omsly situated, alont 2) lots on the centre stre et,
(the poloular busitietes street of that growing
town,) the balance ol M-lsanic, Mlarket at
other streets. Aleo. ten Sections, or parcels of
Land sitnate its the insmi. d,aie vianiiy of time
,'ow# anid likely to, become. vely valuable.
A this saile becomles necessary in oirdier to
close the Estate of J Willimtiio and others, it
will be piitive.
The teims ot'sale will be liberal. and can Ie
ascertained by applying to Rfobt. Mcl)uonald,
Augusta; or J>hn Magrath, Uharleston; and oi
the day of sale.
The plan or the Town, and the L.ots for sa,le,
call be seen vither inl Augusta or Charleston,
where any oter infi1ormnationlcan lie h1ili.
ROBERT McDoNA LD, Agent.
P. S--ios many of the lot4 otn Market and
Mechanic street. there are at presenit erected,
buildiugs,amitable to storete or private resideinces.
The lugusta Chlripoicle ani seltinlel, thiet
Columbia .'%outh Carolinian. the Edgeield Ad
vertiser. the Pendleton Alessenger. wid publish
this notifiration, uttil tie day of sale, and render
theit bill to R. McDonald. Augusta.
J71 1' ITP39 m,d50
Mail Rood fous,4ulinez.
111L Stockholders its the l'onlisville, Cinvii
I natei amid Charlston itai R4,ad Compan .
are hereby notified, that under a Resolution 'of
the Boird of Directorol, am Inattalmienat of ive
Dollars otn each sh)ili e in tha 'oumliany, is here
hy i-aied for to be Paid on or before the 1st day
-f'Marcle next. I aiments will he iande into
tie Smouth Westrnr kaii i0ad Batk oftihi City
or into any Incorporated Bank of'good mcredit in
the States ofNorth and Sotih Carlin, Teams
see or Kemucky, or to the Commissi-iners wbo
may be aioi-tsnied tim receive the sane. The
Itai Road dank will be ready to receive such
paytnenti; on and after the ist February, and
wil couitmule 'o dom) tiftil 2'!4'ek. 1'. .11. on
the 1st o (Mari-s ii t, whenl ti- liooks will heo.
finally chmoed. Permpsns who have nomii revel% i-m
cutitticnties io simtik in Rbid Road .md the ftiti
will then receive tl- samie. and thom, who lav
alread.) r, v.-itt,' hi.eir ceortir-tmes t. ill pjroe-o!nt
tiem in orde- tuat the receipt may bu ondot -ied
thereon. As this 11'tlio.o is *vallel for ex.
paressly for. the IIpIrpo4e ofrentitling time ('41lmpa.
ny to the guntime of the Mtao'e- o nottl
40arolinA, for time 2d loan of a million ot IJoairm
already secured im Europe. it is expectei to be
punctually paid- Tie fillowing Exmract fromn
the Charters mare piublishied for thme itiformation of
RAIL ROAD CIIARTF.R.
Sec. 2'2d, "Amny fatilurme to pmay amicomrduig to time
Rides ofthme Company, anmy mof the Instalmentms
called for-, shall induhice a l'orfeitume of thei shmiare
ori'shamres, otn wvhichi da'in shall lie so miadme.'
RAIL RO'A D B \INK C HAIRTL.Rt.
Sec. 19. "F-'achi shar' in the' Hank, shaiill be
insepiairably m'onnmected wmithi it miharm in time R:iil
Roatd C'ompanmy, andm shiall tneer hem tranisfermredl
witimmt it, mand theo firfmitiure mof a shmare inm the
Rail Roai;dCompanyi for time non-'pay men'mt ofm any'
lInstahmnent catlledm Q>mr thercomm, mili indneecm mm
ahrf'einmare toi thme hamnk C"orpm-moi, mif the cor
respomnding Hantk shmai'e."
E- II. ED)WARDS, Treamsire'r.
Jan 17 laa. , 50
Chinaese sFhulberrej Treea
..1' . ND CUTINIGN. J'tur
~runmted tin be all oh' the
last ear's growthm.
Fmr stile lby
Hl atmbttrg, Jani 19, 1'39l aj 51
Remowlm' smir doors asore te ij lnad' lJan,k.
& 'RI riK mmtpply mif ' AltDI'.N S'.tl',
ionts, Onion Seeds, &c.
Th'le usuaizl alloiw anc'e imadem'tm couttmrv mdealers.
A few Br-mt,mes. Seives, sin,fe. ~
Also, a beantmtifuml ciillecitmm it ofnlbs,
Plaits, Flower Se'eds, & c.
Wamrranttedh Gamrden Seeds, jiust t-eceivemd fronm
thme Shakers, by
J. II. SillicF..
Jun 14, 1839- 8 50
TO T'iI'E LOVl'RS OFi~
G OO D F R UIT.
A l'.W l'mmm'm: mi Vittnnel'm.,t n'rr Tn s,
sumch its Peach, Plumi. :. ppile.r. i irr, blr
saii-, Aply tmI', tyCON NOR,
A i Monntt Viitamge, Edacelib. 8, C,
Nov 203, 1'l ml' 4-J
CII AIRM aund OATS.
A lit atstsm,orfEen,t of Fine
anid Plain CIL- IRlS, ti:
e-sid G EO.PA R fOTT.
H mbumrg, S. C. Jani 19, 1839 ml 5I
Wagon f'or S!iale.
A GOOi lRoad Ifagon, nearly mnewi, wvith
omit a body. A bargain imay lie hadl, if
mapplied li>r soon.
R. T. FullMS.
Jan 1, 1839 ef 48
State of South 4.arolina.
vs Bill for Partition
Ruth Holstein, et al. i
B Y virtue of an Order frot Chanacellot
Dunkin, I shall offer for sale to the igh.
est bidder, on the First JIonday in February
a:zt, ait Edgelield Court 111 use, t leal state
of Moses Holstein, deceased, e' tog of the.
rollowinig Tracts of Land, mituapn Edgefield
No. I, containing 547 acres, more or less, ad.
joilmig lainds of' William Norris, Henry Saw
yer and others.
. No. 2, containing 471 acres, more or less, ad
joiniing lanads of E. W. Perry, Henry Sawyer
. No. 3, contaming PO acem, more or less, ad.
Jonng lands of 11enry Sawyer, Natanil Bur
'on, Stephe. Holsteipa and oihers.
No. 4. called the '' Williams' tract, con
tainjing 221, acres, u r less, adjoining lands
of Artenas W ) J. illianai, and
by Clouid's Ur,-ek
No. 5, situate in Lexi to strict, on Bog
gy Branch. and contiatning 50 acres, more or
less. Said lands wif'Me sold in separate tracts,
on a credit of one and two years, except for so
nitch as may be necessary to pay costs, which
mu11st be pd in casl; purchasers to give bond,
and goopersonal security.
J. TKRRY, c. z. a. v,
Edgetivld, Jan 4, 1839. d 49
-tate ol South C'arolina
John V. Sawyer, et al
vs Bill for Partition.
San, Winganrl, wife,et al. )
N OTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of:
an order from C}nne. D. Johnson, I shaU
oler for sale to the highest bidder on the sec.
ond Mnday in Febriuary next, at the late resi
dlenco of George sawyer, deceased, in Edge-.
tield District, all the estate of' the said George
Sawyer, real and personal, consisting of a tract
of lund, containning 50 acres more or less, 8
Negroes, stock or every description, House.
hold neid Kitchen Furniture. Provittions, &c.
The iersonal property oi a credit of one year,
(except tie costs,) secured by bonds and perso
nal nectin ity; and the lantd on a credit of one- &
two years, secured by bond ani personal secu
rity and a mortgage of the premises. The costs
of suit to be paid ratably by the puichasers in
J. TERRY, C. X. Z. D.
Conmmiff r's Office.
1-drefield'an 12, 1838 d 50 -
steate (if' Souith Car-olina.
George G. Blowers, et al
vs Bill for Partition.
OT(CE is hereby given. that by virtue of
.Nal order fionm Chanceilor Hfarper, I shab
offi-r for sale to the highest bidder, onn the First
MAinday in Febrnnary next, at Edgefield Court
Hous, a Tract of Land. belonging to the Es.
tate tf Bnjanin low,-rs. deceased, containin
'O acres. n-ore or less, lying in Beach Islnnl
adjoining lands of Jame' II. ianniond, the es
tate of Barbara Ranise%. ary Lowry and Jam
Br4nsipe. Terni will'be a credit of one year,
except cosiats, which nmunt be paid in cash. The
Purchaser to give hond and personal security.
and a miortgage of tie premises to secure -tht
p rc sen io n e y . J . T E R R Y , c . a . . D .
Comlmiss ionter's Office,
Edgefield, Jan 4, 1839 d 49
tnate of' South Carolina.
The )i,wner stat,.
II ' I.: i- fin vi. :ien, that Iny virtue of
an order frin the Coutt of' I ian.cy"
I i,3il tpti'r ihr sith- to tite highe'.t lidder. on
the '-rxf Aondoy in February ne:r, at Idifield
U" - ollq.e . tract of .anild I loniging; til tie
a','tnnde of 01he latt' leoamidr I,ownel . deceas'
sittate imn 1:dgeti,4d 1)istrirt. inn fetnclh Islanid,
adjoiniieg hainds IIf* MiHler, i;ardner. aind others,
on a credit of' one year from the sale, except for
so much as wil pay the expenses of sale, which
munst be panid in cashl. TIne pumrchaser to give
bund aned.eorsonnal security, annd a mortgage of
J. TERRY, c. E. E. D:
I dg, fienld, Jan 9. 1839) d 49
'1'7 ill lin beold on Trhursday, tIne 7'thn dly
VY of l"'bruanry, at the late residence of
Duvn'd m u nerman, deafenad, thne Personal
Propnerty ofC said deceaised. connsisti,ng tnf six
NielyXgrors. hlorses, Cattle. Hogs, Shsee, a
usuatity of Ilacon. Corn, t'uddesr. Oats & HI hea,
Ilusehold and A'itdhen Furniture, 1 Road Wa ig'
on. Jlar'ksmaillh and Plantation Tools, and vari
ains inther articles of' value, on a credit of'tweolve
mnnthns. Puirchansar's wiill be r'equnired to giv'e
their nates withm two aipproved securities.
.J0IIN LAKE. Adminis
JIESSE TIMMERMAN, jtrators.
Jan 21, 1839 e 5nl
T lir' C'opa'rtnershni ii of GOODWIIN, IIA R
Rl VXG TON~ &'(0 'O. was dissolved on the
first inst. byi its own.'t limtiitaton. All persontsin
de'bti'd no us, aire requltested no call and settle thneir
Notes andl Aer'unnts, ins we wish to close thne hu-i
sitness nilfI the'oncermn. Th'lose inidelited to the
old firmn of' Goodhein Sr larriungton, are remind
ed thant their Notes aind Accounts are of' long
taandinng, and t'urther inulgenice cannot be
C. L. G(ODWIN,
'II. L.. IIARREINGTON,
It. C BRYAN.
Edagefinl, C. II. Jian 12, 1839 'ac 50
'E'IIE Subhscriher, htave formed a Co
V nrtneirshnip in tIne MlE RCII:INT T AILf
ORli. ';hnu.anness. unnder the f'im of Harring.
lonl & hiryan. andt will keepi constantly ott hand,
a generaI ,assanrnnment tof thne mnost Fashionable
Arnicles. in theair line. that the Northnern anid
"'onnthearn nmarketsa will afford.
TIhey'. leel thnklinl for the liberal piatronage
heretot ore extenid,-df towards thnemn, and hope by
strict antte'nioin ton hiuiness. and a dispositago to
please. to receive a continunanice of the sante.,
II. L. LIARRINIiTON,
13. C. HiRYAN.
E.dgetield CliI. Jn 12. 1838 ac 50
usamiNI, CATLIN & CO;
R .i llt\ thaniks to their patronsn, for tine
lib' ihty oif nbheir ptrnonnage tIne past year,
afmtnuen' t si' every e'xertin,n seiason
all n hInnanny fivor thtemi with
ti..asneh Gloods ans theoy niny re
quareprices staited to tIne initerest of'
All pye * inidebted to thnem, either by Note
tor Hool.- Acc'ounnt' dune on thne 1st instant or prne
vitnts, are earunestly reqnnestedl to call and pay
upl withnout delay.
'lThey havn~e junst received from New York, a
cansk of sunperior winiter pressed Blleachedi
I.;1MPOI1..Also.na quantity of CH EESE,
Jan 16.~1839 a ra