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0! LET US DIE LIKE MEN.
BY .IEUT. 0. W. PATTE'%.
Written Precious to the battle of Okachubbec.
Roll out the banner on the air,
And draw your swords of flame!
The Beaming squadrons litst prepare,
To take the field of fame.
With measured step your columns dun
Close up along the glen
If we must die ere setof sun,
0! let as die like men.
We seek the foe from night till morn.
A foe we do not see
Go roll the drum and wind the horn,
And tell him here ate we.
In idle strenilth we watch a prey
That lurki by marsh and fini,
But should he btrike our lines to-day,
0! let us die ltke men.
'Tis not to riglht a kinsman's wrongs
With bristltng ranks we come;
Our sisters sing their evenitig songs
Far in a peaceful home.
We battle at our country's call,
The savage in his den;
If in such struggle we must fall,
0! let us die like men.
Remember, boys, that mercy's dower
Isle t" him who yields;
Remember that the hand of power
Is strongest when it shields.
Keep honor, like your sabre, bright;
Shiame coward fear, and then,
If we IMUST perish in the light,
0! let us die like men.
"By the moontide heat oppress'd
Sappho in a cave wouli rest,
Rose and bay tree hedged it round;
Violets covered all the ground,
"But within the twilight shade,
Lo' a lovely boy was laid,
Who in deepest calm reposed,
With his wings of purpleclosed.
*.."Pleased, afraid, she knew not why,
With a fond and dreaming sigh,
Down she sauk beside the child,
Who, in sleep rejoicing, saniled.
"O'er the imp an arm she threw,
Daintiest arm, of whitest hue.
He towards her bosom crept,
Though it seemed that he slept.
"To her beating heart he clung,
Like a bee the flowers among;
Anl one throbbing nusi- played.
Through the veins orchild and maid.
"On her eyelids, smooth and sweet.
Sleep came down with presence fleet,
How could sleep delay to. rest
In so soft and fair a nest?
-Then upon her soul arose
- Wondrous visionary shows;
Manly locks, heroic eyes,
With a voice of songs and sighs;
"In the wooded vale it seemed,
That the new sprn ng god hema beamed,
Come to woo her from above,
Veiling all his power in love.
"How the hours had passed away,
Dreatning Sappho could not say,
But she woke alone, and foundl
Evening floating o'er the ground.
"Weeping drooped the lonely' maid,
AmtI with iniwardl moon she said,
'Boy, a double rest was thinte,
For thou leav'st me nought of mine."
ADVICE TO YOUNG FARMERS.
*Tia HousE-Hoto to kNoto his Ag,-Ths
age ofa-horse, it is sufficiently wet. known,
is only determinable tby precision by his teeth;
and that rule fails after a certaitn period, and is
sometimes equivocal and uncertatn, even with
in that period.- A horse has forty teeth; namely,
twenty-four double teeth or grinders. fo r tush.
es, or single teeth, and twelve front teetht, or
gatherers. Mlares have no tushtes in general.
The mark, which discovers their agte, is to be
fouind in the front teeth, uext the tushes. In a
few weeks, with some, the foal's twelve fore
* teeth begin to shoot; these are short, round,
white anal easily distingtuishtable fronm thte adutlt
or htorse's teeth with which they come aster
wards to be mixed. At some period. betwveen
two and three years .old,'the colt chiatnges his
teeth, that is to say, he sheds ite tfour mtiddle
fore teeth, two above and two below, which are
sometimes after, repliced with htorse teeth,
After three years old, tio-others are changd,
-one on each side the former; he has thetn eaght
colt'sa and four horse's teeth one on each sade
thoee- last. replaced; and hats at that age, eight
horse's and- four f'eal's teeth. Those last tnew
teeth are slow growers, compared with the pre
seeding;-they are the corner teeth next the
tushes, are cailed pincers, and are those whtichi
bear the mark. This mark cotnsistsin the tooth
being hollow, and in the cavity bearing a black
spot, resefi~liug thte eye of a betan. The tush
esinay-then be felt.' At four years and a half
old these~ mark teeth are just visible above the
Eum, and the cavity is very ouspicoons. A
wve years old, the' horse haslied lisa remain
ing' four eolfs teeth, and htis tushes appear.
At six, his tashes appear, white, tsmall, and
*sharp, near about which ts _observable a small
-circle ofyouag growiringflesi th'e horse's mtotuth
* is now complete, and thte black mark hasitr
* rlved at, or very ntear the upper exttremity of
the corner teetha. At seven the two ntddle
teethe fil up :Betwreen the seventh and eighth
year, all the tiith'are filled up, the black mark
has vanished, and thehorse is then said to be
aged, andhis moutlifull;
From that time forwvard, the ag of the horse
c-an only. be guessed afrom cerlainitdications,
-but these. guesses are usually made with cott
siderahleaccturacy by experienced people. . If
*his teeth shutelose; and meet even, are tolerably
white, not -vet-v long,.and his gums appear
.plump, you may concliade. that hte is not yet
nine years old. At that age and as he advan
cesj his teeth becomre yellow and foul, and ap
pear-to lengthen, from the shrinking and rece.
ding ofthe gums. The tttshes are blunt at nine,
but at ten vearrold,the cavity or channel, oat the
inside ini the ugper tushes. until thtat period,to
be felt by the finger, are entirely fillead up. At
eleven, the teeth will be very long, biack and
foul, but wvill generally meet even; at twelve,
. i u..per aw teeth will overhang the nether; at
thirteen and upwards, his tushes will be either I
worn to the stumps or long, and foul like that!
of an old boar. Besides those exhibited by the
mouth, nature ever furnishes variety of signals
denoting the approach of old age and decay,
throughout the bodies of all annnals. After a
horse has past his prime, a hollowness of his
temples will be perceived; his muscles will be
continually losing something oftheir' lumpmiess
and his hair, that gloss and burnish, which is the
the characteristic of youth, and prime, wili look
dead, faded, or entirely lose its color in various
parts. In proportion to the excess of these up
peat ances,will be the horse's age.
Nespapers..-One cent a day, carefully saved
from the earnings of the poorest ofour laboring
citizens. would be inore than sificient to pay
the whole exnense of the most useful newspa
per in the whole country. Suth a measure
would insure for childrei' a treasure of knowl
edge which could never he spent by them,how
ever prodigal-and fit them, however poor in
vulgar wenith. to he the most useful of all the
members of our republican family.
Anecdotcfounded on Fact.-In a small village
of the state of Georgia. a quarrel recently oc
curred between two Frenchmnci; one a meagre
little physician. that looked as if lie lived ott his
own drugs, the other a sturdy grocer. who as
a cannibal could have taken the little M. D. at
a meal. In the progress ofthe dispute, the doc
tor. wrought up to the sticking point,and as
warm as a cataplasm, exclaiiied vehemently. "I
be hang if I no kill vot.'-to which the grocer
replied. with a norclialance of the most Indi
crous cast. "No Doctare. 1 be hang if you do,
for I shall not employ you."
An old woman observing a sailor going by
lierdoor. and supposina him tobe her son Billy,
cried out to him. 'Billy where is my cow gone'
The sailor replied ii a contemptuous manner,
'gone to the (I-I for what I know. Well, as
yom ar" going that way' said the old woman, 'I
wish you would let down the bars.'
Abbeville, 11th Feb. 1139.
T HE flowing Regiments and Corps of
the Militia of this State, will parade for
Review and Drill. and the Officers and Ser
geants will assemble in Encampment at the
'times and places following, viz:
The 15th Reginient of Infantry will parade
for review and drill, at Williamson's, on Tues
day the 2d of April next.
the 14th Regiment of Infantry, at Orange
burg, on Thursday the 4th of April.
The Officers aiid Sergeants of the 4th Bri
gade will assemblein encampment,at Accabee,
(Morrison's firm) near the Qunarter louse, on
Moinday the 8th of .April next, to remain en
canied six days, according to law.
The 16th and 17th Regiments of Infantry.
the Charleston Ancient Battalion of Artillery,
and the Charleston Light Dragoons, will parade
for review and drill. at the C harleston race field,
an Thursday the 18th of April next.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 8th Briz
ade will assemble in encampment. at such place
as the Brigadier General of that Brigade inmay
appoint, and ie;ort to Tie Conmuander-in-'hiel,
on ,londa - the 22d of April.
The 33 Regiment of Infantry will parade
for review and drill, at C(onwayboronigh, on
Monday the 29th of April.
The 32d Regiment of' 1nfantry, at Marion C.
H. on Thursday the 2d of May next.
The 31st Regiment of Inhimntry, at Black
Mingo, on Saturday the 41th of May.
The 13th Regiment of Infintry, at Walter
-boro, on Saturday the Hilt of May.
The 12th htegument or infantty, at Coosaw
hatchi, ott Tnesday the 14th of Mav.
The 43d Regiiment of Intfautry, at Buford's
Bridge, on Friday the 17th of May.
The Officers aid Sergeants of the 3d Brig
ade will assemble in encampment. at Barnwell
C. 1. ont Monday the 20th of May.
The 3d Re'gimenit of Cava.lry will parade for
review and drill, at . Barnwell C. H. on Satur
day the 25th of May.
the I Ith Reginent of Infantry. at Ashley's,
on Monday the 27th of May.
The 7th Regiment of Infatry, at the Old
Wells on Vednesday the 29itLh of vlay.
The 10th Regiment of' Infantry, at Richard
son's, on Satuirdaty the 1st of Junte next.
Tihe 9th Regimient of' lientry, at Lowve's,on
Tuesday the 4th of Jtune.
The. '2d Regiment of Cavalry, at Abbeville
C. II. on Thtuu.day the tlth of'Jne.
The Sih Reaitment of [iinmtry, ait Morrow's
Old Field, Ott Satuirday the 5th of June.
The 'tih Regimiettof Infantry, at Lomax's,
on Tuesday 11th of' Jinne.
Tihe 40thI Reginmnt of Infantry, at Boyd's,
on Thnrsday the 13th of June.
The 41st Regimnetnt of Infantry, at Park s
Old Fieltd, on Saturday the 15th of' Junec.
The 10th Rtegimnent of Cavalry, at such place
as the Brigadier General of' the 5th Brigade of
Cavalry nity mppoitnt, and report to the Adjnt
taut anid Inspector General, ont Tuesday the
18th of Juine.
The 39th Regiment of Inflantry, at Keller's
Old Field, on Thurmsdaty the 20th of June.
Th - 39th Regiitmt'of Itfitntry, itt Long's,
or such other convenient placee ini thatt neigh
borhood, as may be selected by thme Comnmandf
anit of' that regimient. atid reported to the Adlan
tat General, on Saturday theu 22nd of June.
The 24th Regiment of [Ifantry, at Wins.
boro', ott rTuesday' the 25th oh Jtunmr.
Tfhe '25th liegimetnt of Infantry, at WVins
boro', on Thursday the '27th of Jiune.
The 6ith Rtegimn of Cavalry, at Yongue's,
on Saturday the 29th of Jutne.
The 27th Re:imnt of infantry, at Oliver's
Old Field, ott Tuesday thme 2ndf of'July next.
The '26th Rlegimm'ent of' Infantry, at Chester
vylle, on Thursday, ite 4th of' July.
The 34th Regimenm of [nf'antr'y, at Yorkville
on Motnday, the 8t of July
T~he 46th Regitimnt of Infantry, at Ebenezer
on Wednesday thte 10th of July.
The '35th Regimenta of [unfantry, at Union
Court House ont Satturday the I3th of' July,.
The 45th Regiimnt of' ufantry, near the
Burnt Pactory, on Tuesday the 16th of July.
' The 37th Regimenit of Intitntry, at Wilkin s
Old Field, on Saturdlay the '20th of July
The Officers aind Sergeants of the 9th Brig.
ade of himtintry, and 9thi Regiment of Cavalry
will assemble in encampment at Gafney's Old
Field on Monda~y the 22d of Jnly.
The 9th Re'gimentt of Cavalry wi.parade
for review and.drihl. at Gafney's Old Field on.
Saturday the '27th of July.
The 36th Regiment of Infantry, at Timmotis'
Old Field, on Monday the 29th of July.
The 1st Regiment o1' Infantry, at Bruton's on
Thursday thme 1st of August next.
.The 3rd Regiment of' Infantry, at Toney's
Old Store, on Sameday the 3d of August.
Thme Officers and Sergeants ofsthe 1st Brig
ado of Inifantry, and 1st regiment of Catvalry,
will assemble in encamipmemnt at Pickensville,
on Monday the,5th of August.
.The 1st Regiment of Cavalry will parade for
review and drill, on Saturday~the 10th of Au.
gust, am Pickensville.
The 5th Reginietnt of Infantry, at Hunters,
on Monday the 12th of Aungust..
The 2d Regiment of Infantry, at Hall's on
Thrsday the 15th of August.
The 42d Regiment of litfantry, at Minton,
on Saturday the 17thm of August.
The 4th Regiment of Infantry, at Verrennes,
on Tuesday the 20th of August.
The Officers amid Sergeants of the '2d Brigade
of Infantry, and 2d Regiment of Cavalry, will
assemble in. encatmpment, at Longmires, (Shti
bleys) n Moa,n the 28th of, August.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 10th Brig
ade of Infantry, and 10th Regiment of Cavalry,
will assemble in encampment, at Belfast, on
Monday the 9th of September next.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 6th Bri
gade of Infantry, and 6th Regiment of Cavalry,
will assemble in encampment, at Yongue's, on
Monday the ltith of September.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 5th Bri
gade of' liintry, and 5th Rea iment of Cavalry,
will assemble i encnampment, near Camden,
on Monday the 23d of September.
The AtliRegiment of Cavalry will parade for
review and drill, at Camden. on SaturdaLV the
28th of September.
The 21st Regiment of Infantry, a. Lancaster
Court House on Monday the 3.0th of Sept.
The 28t Regiment of -Infantry, at Chester
field Court House, on Thursday tie 3d of
The 30th Regimeit of Infantry, at fBennet
ville. on Saturday the 5th of October.
The 29th Regiment of Infantry, at Darling
ton Court House, on Tuesday the 8th of Oc
The 22d Regiment of Ifantry, at Camden.
on Saturday tie 12th of Octopber.
The 20th Reiment of Infantry, at the Swim
ming Pens, on 'utesday the 15th of October.
The 44th Regiment of Infantry, at Sumter
ville, on Thursday the 17th of October.
The Officers atid Non-Commissioned Officers
of the 34th Regiment of liitry. will assemble
for drill, on Sattrday the 6th of inIv.
The Offic rs and Sergeants of the 11th, 36th,
5th, and 21st Regiments of Infantry, being en
camped the week pre vious to their reviews, are
excused, with their Corporals, from assembling.
at their Regimental parade grounds for drill,
previons to their respective reviews. All other
Oflicers and Non-Commissioned Officers, (in
cluding the Corporals of Cavalry Regiments
where the Officers and Sergeants of such Regi
ments are encamped) will assemble for drill and
instruction on the day previous to their respec
The Cavatlry Corps not otherwise ordered I
above, will parade with the Infantry Regiments i
most convenient, either Isy Conipany, or Squa
The Comanaradants nf Regiments will be pre
pared to answer promptly, upon the field. on
the day of their respective reviews, any ques
tions relative to the effective and field strength,
the arms and equipments, of' their respective
The annual Brigade returtns will be made up
and transmitted by the Brigadier Generals. to:
the Adjutant and Inspector General. at Edge
field Court House, by the let of November next.
according to the blank f'orms heretofore furnish
ed to them.
The Major Generals and Staff,'and Briga
dier Generals and Staff will attend the en
c-impments and reviews of their respective Di
visions and Brigades.
The Brigadier Generals are charged with the
extension, to their Commands. of so much of
this order as relates to their respective Brigades.
By order of time Commander-in-Ch ief.
JAM FS JONES,
[C] 5 h Adj, - Insp. Gen.
Adjutant General's Office,
ConLUmA,: 22d Vebrisary.
IJNIFOlui of the Generat and Staff Offi-,
Oers of' Cavairy of South Carolina, Pre
scribed by the Adjttant & Inspector Gjenerall.
in obedietce to a resolution of the tiert-rat As
seinbly of -oith Carolimi, passed tile 19th of
Brigadier General of Cavalry.
COAT.-Dark bte cloth, dotibie breasted. two
rows of ltotons. ten in each row set in pairs,
'lie distance between the rows live inches at
the lop and three at bottom ; stand up collar
to meet and hook in front; cttis two and a hallf
incoes deep, to go round the sleeve inrabel
with tue lower edge, and to button with three
small bittois at the utider seam. --kirt to be
what is called thrcc-qariers, with buff cloth or
kerseviere tnrtbacks; I ih. bottom of the skirt
not Iss thitan three and a h1.f nor more thana
tive nichus broad,with a gohi eibroiderIed star
a; the colnectinig point of' tIe 111111 on each
skirt ; pointed cross flaps to the skirts with
four buttoisequally distributed; two hip bit
tons, to range with toe sower buitons on the
breast. The colnr, ciTs, sirnbacks, 'icings
and lintng of butf cloth or kerse% mere
BitEEcmHas, OR TaowSEns-Thark biuecloithm or
CaavA'r, ont Sroct- Black silk.
HoJrs-Long, to reatch as inagh as the knee, and
wvorn over the trowvsets.
Ltovs-Bliigaltttlets, to veat'h half way from
thte wr'iet t(1 th' e.bov.
BCrross-tjilt.conavex,:htree quarters ofan itnch
ini diameter. with palnetto emblem.
EAUI.ETE~S-Gold. with soid crescent; a silver
embr. idered star onte andpa half inch diameter
on the strap; dlead and bright gold bullion half
an inch diameter, and three itches and a half
SwoRD AND ScABB.AD-Sabre, gilt or brass
SwonD UE*,T-Black leather or morocco, em
broidered with gold ; gilt chtain or embroidered
leather carriages; gilt plate with palmetto
device in silver.
Swon xsor-Gold I~ord, wvith bullion tassels.
SPUs-Yellow metitl or gilt.
Sas-Butff silk net, with silk btullion frinige
etnds; sash. to ano twice~ arounid the waist anid
tie On the right hlip. Worn under the swot d
Scar-Purple satin or ribbon three iniches
wide.mo Ihe wtornt ovmr the right shoutlderunder
the stra' of the ep'auk'tte,thte entds t meet on
the left side. nnder anid conaceatled bvthtesash;
anm 'tbroidered silver statr, one iinchtand three
qtuarters itt diameter. uponi the centre of the
scar'fopposite thte lef't bir'ast.
CA-Black lelthter, belhiet shape. the crest to
repretent solid brass; gilt scales; gold lace
banids tone inch anti a half wide; a gilt pal
metto itn 'rontm three inches aid a htalf long,
suirmtountedl by a lumtne of three yellow os
trich feathers, risina I'romt a gilt socket.
Houss-Dark blu te cloth to cover the saddle,
a border of gold lace a half inchi wide: a gold?
embroidered star four inchtes in diameter int
each flank corner.
Iot.STEs-Covered wvitli dark blite Cloth ; a
border of gold lace a half inchiwide'; a gold
embroidered star three inches in diameter up
on each cap.
BRIDLE, AtiTISoAL, COLLAR,. HALTER AND
Momj'TINos-Stirrutps, bridle-bits, martingal
rings, and btuckles-yellowv metal or gilt.
GRHS AND SUnc150LEa-Of blue web.
Unifoum of the Brig ade IMlajo, Assist
nt Dleputy .Enspector or Brinde Em
spector, and Brigade Judge Advoete
CoAT-Dark blue cloth, single breasted, otne
row of'nine buttons placed at egnal distanices;,
stand up collar to meet int front and hook;
the collar to be part butf, thte btuft to extend
four inches on eac~h side from the f'ronit. the
rest of the collar blute; cuffs two and a htalf
inche deep. blue. with three sinall buttions
at the uinderseam; the skirt to he what is
called therec-quarters in length, with buzff rtri
backs. the bottomn of the skirts not less thanm
three and a half nor more than five inches
broad, with a gold ettbroidered star at the
ponnectn poitit of the buff'on each skirt
piedcross flaps of blue with fottr buttons;
equally distributed; two hip btutons to range
with the loweor button oin the breast. Facings
and linings hulffcloth or kerseymnere.
EAET~'TEs.-Gold bullion with solid silver
...e..... a.d silver. s.... the. bullin: I,,,r .,.
inch diametet and three inches and a halt
BRECEc~s, or TROwSERs,.
CRAVAT, or STOCK, Same as prescrib
BOO-rS, ed for Brigadier
Swon AND SCABBARD,
Swonn Kor.-Gold lace strap, with gold bul
SAsi.-lRed silk net, with Filk bullion fringe
SwOaD 3aM.T.-Bllack leather, without embroi
dery, gilt chain carriages.
CAr.-Same as presctribed for the Brigadier
General, except the gold lace band which will
be three quarters of an incn wide; and in
stead oft lie phim a droopinghorse-htir pom
pon; for the srigade Majorand Brigeade In.
pertor red. aiidl for the riffade Judge Advo
cate. black. The Brigadetlajor will wear
an aiguillette of twisted gold cord with gilt
tags: the aiguillette to bc worn under the
epaulette of the right shoulder.
SADDLE-CLOTH AND Ho.STER coVFRS.-Dark
blue cloth without lace or star; saddle-cloth to
he worn under the saddle.
MARTINCAL, Same as prescrib
CO.LAR, ed for Brigadier
CRUPPER' General.' i
GIRTuS Asn SURCINGLE,
Uniforan of She Brigade Quarte Master,
and Aid-de.annmp of the Brigadier
General of Cavalry.
COAT-Samie as prescribed for the Brigade
Major &c.; except the collar which will be
EPAU.-TTEs-Gold with solid crescent, bullion
one firrth of an inch in diameterand two and
a half inches long. One on each shoulder.
BRE ECHES, or TRowSERs,
CRavAT. or STOCK,
Boo-s, Same as prescrib
SPURS, ed for the Brig
SWORD AND SCABBARD, ade Major, &C.
CAP.-Sanme as prescribed for Brigade Major,
&c. Pompon for the Brigade Quarter 31as,
ter, blue, and for the Aids-de-Camp, yellow
drooping horse hair.
Same as prescribed for the Brigade Major, &c.
Uniforn of the Brigade Pay
muster of Cavalry.
CoAr-Da*rk blue cloth. double breasted, twe
rows of buttons at equal intervals, ten i each
row, the rows four inches apart at the top,
and two mid a hal at the bettom: stand up
collar of blue cloth to meet in froit and hook;
skirt to betiade after the fatshion of the citi
zens' coat and lined with bliue cloth; with n
button at each hip, one at the end of each fold,
and one inermediate in each thld; rnffh ol
blue cloih, wo and a half imches deep, witE
three small btttots at the nider seam; a gold
ebinoidere-d ntrnton-hole on each end of the
collar, Jbiur iiches iong, terminating with 4
No epanlittes or sash to be worn b.y the Pay
master; bit instead ofepatulettes. a gilt shoul
ier chain will be worn on each shoulder
CHAVAT, or S-rocK,
Boors, Same as prescrib
SrUns, ) ed for the Brig.
Gt.ovtres, nde Major, &c.
Swoao AND SCABBARD,
CAP-Same as prescribed for Brigade Major,
&c. Drooping white teprse hair pompon.
Samne as prescribed for Brigade Maor. &c.
rcj ] t 4 Adj. & lis. Gen.
The Charleston 1ercury and Courier; the
Coltinbin T. lescope and Carolinian; the Win
yaw intelligencer; the Cheraw Gazette; the
Camdelt,: Jornral: Pet.dletoni Messenger. atid
G renviie Mloun tairne-er will putbli~lh this order
as well as alt others ised fromt the Adjutane
General's Otiire, and mlarkted [C] onice a weel
for eight veeks. anid renrder- their accounits te
the Ad u:ant G eneal. for his examination ande
certifiLcte, before~ presenetation to the Gjoverno.
stale of .-o00th (aPolina
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
William Chiles, )Bill to have re
vs funded part
Vincent Griline and others. )of Legacy.
Tf- H E Complainant having filed his bill i
Emy reflice, aind it appcaantg teo my sates
faction that Williino Waller Sener. Williamr
Waller, Jun. Doctor Mordecai, and~ Caroeline
his wife, an~d George II'mlt tand Mary Ann his:
wife. dlefendaonts neamed in the said bill are,
arnd do reside without the linmits of this State1
Therefore it is ordered, that the said defendtants~
do apepear and tplead. aneswer or demur, to the
said bill. within theree mouths fr-om this date. ot
the bill will he takene pro c-onfesso as to themn.
BE;NJ. Y. MAltTIN.
Feb. . '-t w a r $11.75 ne'4
.-1(*'I f 'eolli tII l'OllI-t
ABBEVIL LE DISTRICT.
and wife and others,
vs. Bill for
George Bowie, ( Partition.
ITI aijearinrr to my satisfaction, that Sam
uel Norwood atnd Lucinda his wife. Rich
ard Hodges and Maryv his wife, George Weath
erall, and George Ifowie.- Defendanits in this
case, reside beyonld the limits of this Staete:
Ordered, that they sever-ally do appear and
plead, atnwer or demur to the bill aforesaid,
within three months from the publicatiorr of
this order,or the sarid hill wilh,as to threm,respec
tively, be taken pro cosnfesso.
BE-NJ. Y. MARTIN, c. E. A. B.
t ommnissioner's Oflic-e.
281th February. 1839. mar $11.75; ac 5
TL' IlHI LI VERS (iF
GOOO.D F R UTT.
A FEW~ hoisand Youtng FaurT TREEs
such as Peach, Plum, Apple, &c, !jc, for
sale, Applv to F, O'COiNNOR,
A! Mount Vintage. Edgefield, 5, C,
Nov 20,. 1838 tf 42
U. R. COOK & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO KI: CnEN & RO)B.RtTeON)
WHOLESALE ANM) RETAIL
HiA.IURIG, S. C.
KEEP constantly on lean a large assort
ment of Drugs, Merlicines, Paints, Oils.
Glass,Puuy, and every variety of articles in their
line. All of'which they warrant to be freshl amnd
genuine, and will sell ont reasonable terms.
Physicins, countury .\erchants, andet others,
are invited to call anid examine for themusel vet,
before purchasing elsewhere..
All orders thankfully received and promptly
Oct 15. 1itR t 48
State of South Carolina.
J W. Wimbish, Admr.
David Cobb. Thomas Cobb, et al.
IT appearing to my satisfactio: that John C.
Berginer and wife- Eliza, formerly Eliza
Coibb, defendtijis -in this case. reside without
the limits of this State: On motion of Bellin
ger. solicitor for complainant, Ordered that said
absent Defendlants do-plead, atiswer, or demur
to the complninant's bill. within three monthe
from the publication of this order, or the said
bill will be taken pro confesso. against them.
J. TELLRY, c. E E. D.
Commissioner's Office, I
Edgefield. March 8. 1839 $.9875 ac 6
OIL AlND LEAD.
J UST received and for sale, tow for cash, a
large lot of Linseed Oil and White Lead, of
various qualities, and of the most approved
Also, a large assortment of BRUSHES, of
all sizes, contsaantly oi hand.
Persons about to paintwill do well to call and
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
H. R. COOK & CO. Druggists.
Hamburg, Dec 12, 1838 tf 46
Plaister of Paris.
JUST received, a lot of Plaistcr of Paris,
and for sale low by the barrel, by
II. t. COOK & CO Druiggists.
Hamburg. Dec 12, 1838 tf 40
The Pendleton Messenger and Greenville
Mountaineer, are requested to publish the a
hove until forbid, an.d forward their accounts
to the subscribers at H amburg. H.R.C.&Co.
. ANA WAY from the Subscri
ber on the night of the 5th of
February last, from tmy place two
miles hnm H amburg, S. C. a negro
man named BEN, about forty-five
years old, five feet six incies high.
The above reward I will pay for
delivering him to me, or putting him
in jail so that I cani get him.
Hamburg, March 26, 1837 tf 8
T HE Firm of Raney, Rhodes & Co. was
dissolved on the thirtieth day of June,
P48, by mutual consent: Persons indebted to
them can settle with C. Rhodes or N. Ranmey,
at the old stand. COLLIN ,HODES.
One of the f irm of R U. & Co
Potters% ille, Feb 25. 189 d 4
IT lE Firm of Riuics, Raney & Gibbs was
dlissolved on the fismt day of January,
183), by its own limitation: Persons indebted
to them',c.in settle with C. Rhodes or N. Ramey
at Pottersville, COLLIN RHODES.,
One of the Firn of R. I. & G.
Pottersville. Feb 25. 1i39 d 5
TN HIE Corar' nership of GO ODWIN,HAR.
SRI. G TON A CO. was dissolved on the
first inst. by its own limitation. All persons in
debted to us. tire requested Io (all and settle imit
Notes and Accotnts, as we wish to close the bu
siness of the concern. Thoss indelbte. to the
old firm of Goodein & Harrington. are remind.
ed that their Note4 and Accounts are of lot g
stattding, and further indulgence cannot be
C. L GOODWIN,
II. L. HA RRINGTON,
B. C BRYAN.
Edgefielc, C. H. Jan 12, 1839 ac 50
N Ora I E.
- IE Subhiwriber-, hav formed a Co
pitnership in the MERCI.ANT TAIL
ORING Business. under the firim ifl Hurring
ton & Bryan. and will keep coi.stantly o., hand
a ceneral arsortmenet of the most Fashionable
Articles. in their line, that the Northern as.d
Somt hern markets vill all'ord.
They feel thankul for the liberal patronaner
heretof'ore extended towards them, and hope by
etrict attention to business, and a disposmoni te
please, to receive a conitinnnee of the same.
H. L. HARRIN JTON.
B. C. BRYAN.
Eddg.lield C H. Jan 12, 1838 se 58
COJL ANID WOO0D
COOKI G ~TQVUit, &c.
TN Il middersitne-d htta just received-a large
. spply of improved STOVF.S for Coal.
and Wood. of entire new .patterns, and of va
rionse sizes. iiz:
'A'ht People's Coal or Wood Cooking Siove
Superior to any heretofore in use, not only on
account of convenience, thme perfect mann-r in
which the cooking is performed. but also on ac
count of the economy of fuel which it effects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Giate,
which for beauty and economy excels all others.
producing greateieffect with less fuel.
The Parlor and Hall Stove,
passino heat from the basement to the upper part
througl flues into the foury corners, and through
wihThe Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
wihplain-and urn tops, for wood or coal, new
I cotnstructed with swelled back, sunk hoarth,
Joor front. &c.
The Ship andl Steam Boat Stove,
enlculated to cook for 50 or 200 persons, with
less fuel and greater conventence thatn any other
stove now in nse.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,
with the same improvemetnts.
The Bo:r 6 &f 9 Plate .Stove,
open and plain tops, of variouis sizes,lCrom 18 to
Also. Ameriean, English and Russian Sheet
Iron. StorPipe. Sheeting atnd Brazing Cop
per. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of which he offers for sale low for Castu,
or approved paper, at No. 168 Broad street at
the Sinof the Coffee Pot. nnd directly opposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, -Augusta
B. F. CH EW.
*/ Thmn highest price will he given for Old
Pettr, Copper. Brass and Lead.
Augusta. Gin. Oct. 22, 18:N. tf 30
lenched Winter Strained
L ..?P P O IL.
7' 'HE Sttbscribrsu have received a supply of
Sthe above article of ver - superior qunlity.
- G. L. &L.PENN &Co.
rct'14. 838t 39
HA MBURG,S C.
T HE Subscriber takes great pleasure in.
Atorming his friends & the publicgeneral
ly that lie has opened his large and commodious
House, and wili be very thankful to-them lora
liberalshare of their patqro.nage. He flatters him;
self, that from the experience of the Lady who
has charge of the doniestie aftairs of the House,
also his Servants and Hostlers, togetherwith his
own will and disposition to please.that:general
satisfaction may be given. -The situation ofthe
Hous,- affords a convenience,particularly desim
ble to persons who may have business to attend
to, or who may wish to take the:Rail Road Cpr
for Charleston: and hi Stable lots are large and
well prepared for the accommadatidn f Gentle
men who may have Stock for sale.
G. W. MAYSON.
Oct. 24, 1838 tf 38
Removed six dooms above the Rail Road Bank.
A FRESH supply of GARDEN SEEDS,
Bird Seeds, Clover, Lucerne Potato On
ions, Onion Seeds, &c.
The usual allowance made to country dealers.
A f, w Brushes. Seives. Swifts. &c.
Also. a beautiful collection of Bulbs,
Plants, Flower Seeds, &c.
Warranted Garden Seeds, just received from
the Shakers, by J. H. SERVICE.
Jan 14,1839. 1 50
A LL Persons indebted to thelate Chi
tian Breithaupt, dec'd.,.are req..st
ed to make immediate paymeit. And:ll
persons havingdemands against the estate.,
of said deceased are requested to present
them duly attested.
JOHN BAiSKETT, E'or.
Fr h. 9,5 -3t
ID ISSOL [TIOV,
N consequence of. the removal of th senior -
artner of the Firm of Lan A Mims,
the copartnership is dissolved by mutual con
sent. All persons indebted to thie late firm. wdl
call on Dr. Mims, who is authotised'to settle all
E. J MIMS
Dr. Mims will be found at-his old stand. to
attend to his orofessional duties.
Jan 1, 1836 tf 49
TRAY.D from the subscriber on the 26th
K' *ay of January. one hay Horse, about 12
years of age. left eve out, with a star in-his face.
Alsn. one bay Colt. two years old this spring,
with a star in the fane, nid i mall blemish in
the left eye. Any pers-n taking up said horses
and givine information to the subscriber. living
on Sweet Va'erCrrepk. Edgefield District. ihall
be liberally rewarded for the same.
MARTIN H. Y)AY.
F'lnirv 4. 191 *
M Y HOUSE and LOT. in the Villhi of
?V.N.'dgefield. upon terms to suit a pdrchaser.
In my absence.apply to Col. Bgusket.
April 12 tf'l0
LOOK AT THIS.
T H E JA CK, ormerly owned by 'Capt. .
A eaver, will stand during the spring sea
son. at the fol!owing places, viz: at John :tmi
ley's (formerly Col. James Smiley's) on Fn
day. the 84th inst. when the season will com
nence; at David Itichardson's on Mondiy, the
I I th, and remain until 2 o'clock the nexi -day;
t.Moiut Willing, on the evening of the 12th,
and on the 13th until 2 n'cock; at John. De.
ny's, on the evening of'the 13th, and on the
14th until 2 o'clock; a: Henry C.Turner's. on
the evening of the 14;h. and on the 15th until 2
o'clock. He will attend the above named pla
es, every nih day. until the 10th day of June,
'*hlen thie season will end. He will be tet to
maires at $9 the season, and $10 to ensure a
mare to be with foal. Any person putting by
:he insurance, and trading or transferring the
tiare, within eleven months from the timE of
ptting the mare, will be held liable for the in
surance moner, which will lhe cornsidered due
a4 soon as such trade or transfer is made. Any
person making up a conip toy of six mares,
and becoming responsible for the same, shall be
entitled to a deduction of $1 on each mare.
T he H orse YOUNG P RESIDENT is a
handsome chestnut sorrel, full 154 hands high,
elegant form and figure, rising 8 years old. Hie
will stand at the same time and pla-es with the
Jack and will be let to mares at te same rates,
and be manged by thme same -groom. .Any
personu putting to either the Jack, or t grse, by
the season, and failing to get a coh, shall have
auother chance, as long as I keep either:for the
same money. The serason money will be due
on the 1st day of December next. All possible
cre will be taken to prevent accidents, but no'
responsibility for any.
PEDIGREE.-Young President was got by
Old President. of Kentury, nad came ont of a
Janus mare. Old President by Hamiltonian.
aid lie by the imported Diomede-. The blood
of the sire and u(lam are both so well.known by
the community-at large that I deem kt unnieces
sary tosay any athiiig.more about the b ond on.
either side. BEVE RLY BUR TON .
Marchi4, 1839 f 5
PH E Subscriber would inform the public that.
U lie has comnmeneed the: butsines of house
Painting and Glazing, Paper-huanginie, Grain
ig and imitation of Stone and marbie, .Sc.
He assures the public that their work shall be.
well exec'ut.d, and he hopes that by strict atten
tion to business, and doing it with neatiess'and
despatch. to receive aliberal shaare of patron.ige.
All orders from the country will be thankfidly
received, and punctually; attended 4o, onehe
most reasonable terms. - --.
D. W. T[BBETTS..
March 1, 1839 tf 5.
2d BRIaE sFeb d.189
WTLLIAM~4. BRA19lNON, of Edgefield,
VVhas been duly appoiited Brigade In
spector. of the second. Brngade of the Southi
Carolina Militia. witih the ranir of.Major, and
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By orde r of Brigadier Gen. E. G. Talbeit.
B. F. NICHOL40.N.
d l ' riade et~r.
W M. F. DURISOE is authorized to settle
the accounts of "the Edgefield Adverti
ser," due Laborde & Jones; all persons indebt
ed are regnested to come forward and make m-.
mediate payment. . 3M. LAIIORDE.
eb 27, 1839 tf 4