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From the Boston Post.
ADDRESS TO THE NEW YEAR.
Roll back the cloud from thy young brow,
Bid ail its mists begone,
A waiting world befire:e* now,
Would hail thy coting dawn.
rar in the distance ofthe past,
l'ur in the land of shade,
Thy sister year is gliding fast
Where crown and .aurel ibde.
One deep fidt sigh, one sorrowing tear,
One lita! adieu is ginv:
And now tio more her step is here,
Told are her days in Heaven.
To thee, then in thy earliest hour
Tity first. ftir mort, ofo3 -
To thee thon opening year of power,
Man turns his hopes to buoy.
On thy fair tre, thy form of youth,
Noline of dark is seen
Unwritten yet tte page of truth,
Thy fiolded leaves between.
Oh that through all thy onward flight,
Thy circling hours and days,
The st'u that make, thy rising bright,
SWonld shed its cheering rays.
Yet oh! New Year it must not be;
A chaige will oark thy skies
The way ot t'ie is o'er a sea
Whee troubled waters rise.
Like by-gone days, attd other years,
The conrse will doubtless tell
Of pleasing hopes .nd anxious fears,
That many bosoms swell.
Love here shall breathe in accents bland
His long fond dream of bliss.
Shall foi.dly press the yielding hand,
And call the treasure his.
A thousatnd sweets-a thousand joys
Shall crown the pilgrim nan.
Who, busied here with pleasing toys,
The future does not scan.
Yet. rolling year, mid flow'rets fair
The cruel thorn will springt
A thousand ills and hours of care
Are borne upon thy wing.
Sunshine and shade-man's portion here
The cup ofjoy and wo --
The ocean's calm-the surfor fear
All greet him here below.
Botnnd to a longeternal home,
To scenes of bliss or ill,
le hastens as the years rolls on,
To cross life's narrow sill.
All years are but the steps of time;
His measures and his test.
Bearing the sons of every clime
On to a final test.
So dawning year thy tear and smilo
Will soon have past away,
And some, whom now thy prospects wile
Will be n-, loager gay.
Then not on thee can man rely
Since sadd'ning change is thine;
Thy brightest joyq how quick they fly,
Thy rainbow hues decline?
To Him who knows no change, no end,
Whose promise is a throue
-To him the htoles of ears ascet:d,
A:.d make his stremerth their own.
From the Philadephia Courier or Enquirer.
Letters received by the last packers
from France, state that the sales of trees
and cuttings of the Mlorus Multicaulis had
eased, in consequtence of the greatly ini
creasing detmands fromt tltts country.
The nurserymen there had not beert pre
pared for such unuttsual andl unexpected
orders. and, after incereasitng their prnces
to 200 andI 300 per cem., they litnally quit
selling thetr plants at any price, in order
to cut thten illp, to propagate anU adlditiott
al supply for- next sett.
It has been frequently stated itt thme pa
pers that the Morus Mulucaulis is too
tender to withstanid the severity of thte
winters in Pennisylvania, and that thte Ai
pine and Muoretti, or Mlorus Matcrophdta,
were better adapted to tlte elimaute. It ts
believed that this opintion is erroneouts, as
there are now growing at the Berram
Botanic Garden, three. miles sotuth west
from Philadelphia, several trees of'the two
jnct varieties, which were received fromt
Frne,; ten years since, (soon after the
M~oruzs ftj~Jticaulis had been procured
fr'om Manilla.) The plants were slightly
protected fromt jde cold the first winter,
isince which they hmave never been shelter
edl, nor suzll'ered the leasi itj ury from the
frost. rThe largest tree of t.'e Multicau
ii is eighteen feet hight and ten jnches in
circumference. The leaves are harger
than those of the iliaeropylla, and ot ti
smnoother and linor texture; they are pre
ferretd by the silk wortns. Bo0th varetzes
appear to be quite as hardy as the white
muiberry (Morus Alba.)
GooD HoUsE-IEtrV.R.-(I there be ay
thing amnong tbc temnpor als to make life pleasant
it i n the walls ofa weil ordered house, where
all is adjusted to please-not by its fitnery or
costhintess, but-by.:ts fitness, its air of neatntes and
content, which invite all who enter to taste its
co'mforts. The wonijan who does ntot mnake tamis
a grand item itn all her routine ot'duties. htas not
yet learned the true dignity of her- station-has
not yet acquired the alpha ofthat long alphabet
which is set before her; and she who despises this
nioble atttainment, despises hsr best world lygood
and4 indirectly despises hier family.hseremghbord,
nd the word .: lind. 'She looketh well to the
ways ofh'er hoijse-imold." was spokenm by the.
-wisesLama.. that ever, lived and-will be toad as a
miemorial of all those who have been -.mnent for
this noble character -Geius of Temperance.
-A preamble atid resolutions h:ave beetn
of'ered iu the Trerr*itorial Setiate of Floti
dan, ny Gov. Duval, requtesting Congress
to divide the Territory, so that rte Sn
wvacnee river shall be established as the
in between East and West Florida.
THE LAST SNARE STORY
"I reckon this ere country o- your- is pretty
considiLrabh pioductive, slt.angir, isna it saii It
downacastr who Ilad just arrived in one of tlie
Mississippi settletments, t03 person whom lie
met. one oI ttm r'guilar meat axe breed.
-*Tnere's no; such another cou.itry between
this and t.e State of isuncome, in North Car
ulina, ' replhed the M ississippi settler.
* Laise a go d deal o1 cottin, el?"
"Lu's of it."
' .All-ired quantities of game in this section.
' Considerable of a spirinkling,* 'speciahy
Wiat sort ot-siakes"'
--iatthl snakes and copper heads."
"ii get out! du ieli. I %;tnt to know if they're
so aisingiaty thick!
-"itiher. Jad anad I Went Omt this morning
snake-nuntag-kied Mnty a cord anu a quat
eer-bn; iet it was a bad uake morinig, and
yon aast inae soure allowances."
--vh! t l inake a..y 'lowances and tracks out
of tio settlutne t at the tame tune. .iut say,
jist tween ourselvt 6, it inad ruly been a good
moring. now many coru. du you'mugin you'd
*r'z' %e is about an average."
"Five! YOU don't say so!"
"Yes i do tiouln.
"Wmuena is in sto, test way oat of' this 'ere
settlemeit! i've a strong idea of etoping fortu
'-ieep rightgrai-ant ahaead."
-Vweh, I wisa youa good day. Give my
best -specto to y ourund, anui ite him I ..Ipe
he'd itave better snake w eauser next time lie
goes. I in opti. -A. U. 'cucayune.
WHATO CLocK is ir I-wV neu I was avoung
lad, my litner one day called ae to nina that he
inigtit tisacH ie to know .% Wit U'coc it was.
lie to.d mne Lose use ui the timute ligies on
tie dial plate, uutai I was reiay periec. in uy
.No soonier was I quite master oftits adduican
al xtiowicage, thani I bt on eaampernil. tojoan
my co.napanisons at a gaute ot tnaruien; but ay
aner called we bacK naai: '::top,tIu...p..re ."
said lie, " Isave sometiing aore to teal ou."
Aduck again I wenl., woudei ing wati else '
tiad got to earn. lot 1 utoigia. I Kueiw all aoout
tue ciock, us webn as ain litiier did.
"Iluauphrey.-' tad lie, -I inave taugnt you
to knAow tie tnie of the day I uast now teach
you how to tind out tame tiane oa your lie.'
Ail taia. was stragne to me, so I w eated ather
impatiently to hear niw ny fither would ex
plaini it for I wanted sadi) to go to my marb.es.
The itable' said he, describes tWe years oh
man to be :bree score and ten, or lout score
ytars. Now aife is very uncertaina, and yu.
may not live a single day longer; but it we di
vide the lour s'ore years o an old man's lne in
to twelve parts, hue the dial of it clock, it will
alhow almost seven years to every figum e. W..en
a buy is seven yeare --d, then it is ot o'clock
of his life, and tints is tue case with y oua; wheta
you arrive at fourten years. it will be tw o o'
clock with you, and wioa ite atwenty o..e at widi
be three o'clock, siould it please God thus to.
spa e your life. It this ianner you maay al
ways know the time o your life, and looking I
at the clock may perhaps remitid you of it.-l
.My grentraandlather, at.cord.ag to his calcua I
tion, died tat twelve o'cloc.,; n) graandfaither at
eleven, and my tather at ten. At what hour|
you aid I sha;l die.lHaumphrey, is only known to
lim to whom all thaiigs are knowu."
Never since then, have I heard te inquiry,
-What o'c:ock is it 7" nor do I think that I
have even looked at the lhee ofa clock, without
being reninided of the words of iy father.
I know not, my frieiad what o'clock it is with
you, lut I know very veil what tiue it i6 with
iny.-ell: and that if I mean io do an% thing in
this world, it is high tine to set abont it. The
words o' tny father have given a solemnity to
the dial plate of a clock. which it never wou:d
have possessed in ny estinaiona, if hiese words
had not been spoken. 14-1k aboaat yoi. ;ny
friends. I earnestly entreat yon. now aand then
ask yourself what tinae it is with you.
Adjutant General's 01fice,
COLUMtA, Ad l'ebruary, 1639.
UNWIOR. of the G$eiieral and Staff Ofi
I e ers of Cavairy 0i Son th Carohita, p: e
scribed by thte Adjutant & ispector GJeneral,
ian obedience to a resolution of the Generai As.
semibiy oar souath Carolina, passed the 19th ori~
Brigadier General of Cavalry.
Coar.-Dark blue clotha. double breasted, two.
rows of buttu'ns. ten tan each row set in pairs,
'he distanace between the mows five ianchesm at
the top attd tree at bottom; staind up collar
to mnee: and hook in fr...t; cumls t wo aiid a half
inchies deep, to go rouiid thae sleeve parallel
with thne lower edae. andI to button with three
small buttoins at the uder seamt. -kirt to be
wiaat is called lhree-uarters, with butlf cloth or
kerseymrere turnbacks she homom of thmeskirt
not less tha three amid a half inor miore than
five inacbes broad,wi~h a gola etmroidered aor
at the conneactinag poit of the bauti oan each
skirt ; pointted crosas flapsa to thae skirts with
four buttonsegnially distribuited ; atwo hip bait
tons, to range wvith she .ower amutonis nt thae
breast. The collar, comffs, urnibacks, facinmgs
atnd ining of buffl cloth mar kersey mere.
IaE~cHEs, oR TmowsEos-Dark blue clothl or
~avA-r, oan STOC-Black silk.
tOJTS-iLong, to reach as high as the kntee, add
wvorna ove'r'te trowems.
.kLovxs-Butff'anunilets. to reaci halfway front
thte wrist to e eboaw.
B-rTossN-Gikt, convex,three quarters ofaan iiach.
in diatneter, with palaaeatto eamblem.
[LPAUtETTEs-(.old. with aod Cr.,cent; a silver
embr 'idered star one andua half inch diaimeter
on. the strap; dead and bright gold bullion lash
at inch diamieter, amid three imehes and a half
Swono AND ScannaD-Sabge, gilt or brasst
SwoRD BClTr-BlaCk leather or morocco, em
broidered with gold; gilt chaian or embroidered
heather carriages; gilt plate with palmetmto
device in silver. -
Swoan ,mo-Gord cord, with bulliona tassels.
Sreas-Yellow metal or gilt.
SA5H-B~Iff slk net, with silk biallion frinage
ends; saanm to go twice aromund the waist and
:je on the right hip. Worai under the sword
SfARF-Ptorple satin or ribbon three inches
wie.to be vger1 aaver the right shoulderunder
the stroap ad the etaulette,the ends ton meet on
the' left side,natd~er amid concealed bythtesash;
an embroidered silver stat, one inach and three
quarters ini diameter, upa,.t thie cenmtre of the
scatrfopiposite the left bre~ast.
CAP-Black feather, ihamet shapte, the ,:est to
represent solid brass: gilt seales; gold lace
bands one inchm antI a half wide; a -wilt pal- mi
nmetto in front thrae inchte.sand a half loaig,.
surmaiounted by a plume of three yellow os
trich feathers. rising from a gIlt so'cket,.
Hlousio-Dark baue cloth to cover the saddle.
a border of gold lace a half inch wide: a gold
embreidered star four inches an diameter in
each flank corner.
Hotst'as-Covered with dark blume cloth; a
border of gold lace a half incha wide ; a gold.
embroidered star three inches in diameter tip
on each cap. .
l)RiDLE, MARTIIOAL, COLLAR, hALTER AND I
Maoustos--Stirrupms, bridle-bits. mnar:ingal- I
rings, and buckles-vellow metal or gi't.
(itim-t rm Sanczmtua..-n-r bl... .....
Uaifornoer the Drigade IVajor, Assist
an. Aileputy Anepe ior or Ias-igaute In
spector, .anu Brigade budge Auvoelt
Gojir-Dark time il.uta; hiligib breaitted, unec
row uifniiie buttons placed at eqal distanices;
stand up vollar to meet in hIout and book;
the coltar to bei part bun, the butt to extiutd
heur iuthe. on each side trout n front. the
rest of the collar blue; cuits two and a ball
ncie.. iteepj', blue, with .iiree small but.ona
at tue unuerseam; the skirt to be wiatt it
called tiaree-guarters in tengti, with butt' turn
backs, the bo.totns of the skirts nis. less thian
taire ana a nal uoi more than fiv' inches
broad, wath a gold ekt-roinered star at itw
coneitc -ung potmt of the bufi el each. skirt
poined cross laps of blue n atto four buttons
equally d'tribute d; two ip buttons tt. range
wit the lower hution ot. tue breast. I- acings
and lininigs tuU cloth or therseynerc.
.PAULt.ErEs.--Gold bullion nith t'oltd suver
crescent and siver strap, the bu,liot icilt an
oe~ch diameter and three inches and a hull
LEECfuEs, or TROwSERS,
oe .s, ed t'or Brigadier
SwoRD AND SCABBARIC,
SWORD WiNoT.-Uod lace strap, with gold bul
*.asH.-Ited sik net, with silk bullion Irisige
ShwuRD BFI.T.-Black leather, without enbroi
dery, gilt cini carriages.
CAP.-.--amue ats prescribet for the brigadier
Genterail, exc'in thte' gold lace band which wt.1
he three quarters oF an tmcit n ide ; antd itn
stead of lseplui a drooping iorse-hair pomt
pon, tor Une aingide Majer and B. igade in
pecto red. atel ibr the origade Judge .idvo
cate. tluck. Tie brigale 3ijor will wear
an aigmiulette ol'tisted goWl cord nith git
tags. te m,.nillette to be worm under the
cpatie;te 0f the right slionider.
SADDLE-C1.OTH ANDI LOLSTER COVERs.-Darl
blue elth n ithout lue eaor star; saddie-clotti to
tie n oi t under the saddle.
.IARTINGAL, Same as prescrib
COL.AR, ed ivr rigadier
GIRTHS AND) SURCINGLE,
Uniform of the Brigade Quarte IN aster,
and Aids-de-i nanp of ithe Brigadier
General of Cavalry.
CoAT--damne as prescribed lbr the Brigatde
Major &c.; except the collar which will bt
Fa'AUL.VrTs-Gold with solid crescent, bullion
one itirth of an meh in diameterand tw o and
a hall inches lung. Ote on eacia shousder.
#RE FCHtEs, oPr TRowsERs,
DRAVAT. or SToCK,
SPURS, ISame as rescrib
APUES, ed for ie Bri.
sWOR, AND SCABBARD, ade Major, &c.
'AP.-Samne as prescribed for Brigade Major,
c. Pompon lor the Brigade tn'tarter M as
ter, blue, and for ihe Aids-de-Canp, yellow
drooping hearse hair.
Same as prescribed lor the Brigade Major, &c.
Uniform of tihe Brigade Pay
Anaster of Caralry.
oA r-D.rk blite 'lotb. double breasted, two
rows ofi bttons at eqal intervals, ten tm, each
row, :Ie rtws otir inches apart at the top,
,tud two and a halt' at the bttom; stand up
collar eit bmne cloth to meet in f'rot-t and hook;
skirt to hemade after the litshion of the cili
zens' coat and tined with blte cinth; with ta
button at each hip, one at the end of each fold.
and one intertnediate in each fold; ctnifs of
bltte clohb m wo antd a htalf tichtes deep, with
tittee smtall btuttonts at the uandra sentmt; a gold
emlth oieleredt btmton-hto-e on ceh .nd tof the
c<-Iltar, ihur inchteas tong, teramitauting wvith a
YJo eptui--ttes or sash to be worn by tile Pay
mater; btut instead ofeeaulettes. agilt shoul
der chaitn will be wvorn on each shoulder
3R9-. cH E~s, or TRdwsEtus,
KAxvAT, or STocac,
3OOTS, Same as prescrib
NPRvs, ed for the Brig
xt.OVKs. ade Major, &c.
swonoD AND SCABBARD,
jAP-damie as prescribed for Brigade Major.
&c. Droopitng whlite' horse htatr pomp~oaa.
lame as prescribed for Brigade Maior. &c.
JAM 1.8 JONES.
FC ] hi 4 Adj.& In.ls. Gen.
Thte Chtarlestonl Mertetnry ad Coaurie'r; the
.otlmia Tlesecope and (;areelinian: the Win
aw~ 1snteliencer-; thae Chteraw Gazette; the
amdenl't .oturttal; i'e.tea Mlesentger. ated
,reevilte .totm.tainemer til pubilih this order,
,s well as tal otaere tee-ued from the Adjttata
ienera, 's Utliece. antd tmarked [C)eae a week
r 'ightt weeks, andt tender thceir ac-ceunets to
Lie bl.,tuat Genae'tal, for hias examtittationa attd
e'rtilicate, before presentation to thne Governor
HI n.ndersigned alas the pleasur-- of in
ftorm:i g'ane public, tm.:e the exercises of'
.ts Academty will conttaeance ott Mo,ay, thec
SI/a instant, utnder the superiintentdence of M1r.
touinT BatADsHAw a graduate ofi the Ilumil
tt Colle;;e, Neew York.
Mr. Brajdshaw bears credenatials from r
Ietery Davis, late Presieea r ol'iamiibon Col
age, and the preseut haculty; atnd from the
'rstees of' the Vernoni and 'Skaneeatele, Acad
mies. highily commntemllatory of his carar' te'r as
christitan aind gelatemllan and his qualilications
s abt exte'rietced Teacher.s
The sechohIL-eic year will be divided inato twn
Bssionsu-tae first --omme~ncing otn the second
londay in Janttary-andl the ser ond, on the so-.
ond Metaday itt July.
- TERIMS OF TDITtoN.
Classics, - - $18 per session,
English Gramtmar. Ge
ograpahy a History,
Writmng & Arithme- ~$7 "
This Academy is located tn the neighbor
ooed of Col.James Tomkins. Rt. Jennings. Esq.
nsi ('apt. R. Parks. near ther ad 'cading from
ireenavi!0. via Fury's Ferryv to Atgusta, Ga.
Botard can be had in respectable families,.
ear the Acadetmy, at $ per moth.
WIL L-aA M P, HILL, C/i'm. Bd. Tr.
Feb 14. 1839 d-eow-3
s -- dence in Pottersville,
S of abotut 14 acres of gonod
l-e Laud-a part not cleared. On
tepe ise re a good Dwelling House, 1 sto
atnd a hafhigha, with five rooms-a large
ramt d Kitchnen tad Stmoke-hottse-an~ exte I
~al Well of pure water. For particutlars en
uire at ftis fice.
Feb 14, 1R:iA - if 2 -
The thorough bred hoirse
IL.L stand the ensuing Sprig Seaso i,;
commucencinig tin the .10th of Maicd at
im. i.d tard's; 11th at Mt. Willing; 12th at
PerrysStoie; 13th a Co.eai.'s ;o. ineis;
14th at Maj. J. C. A-len's; 15th at Avery Bland'r; I
loth at l-dgelield C. Ho-ase; 17t. and 1ath at it.
Ward's: vising iiela stand every niith day,
until the 10th oflu ine.
He will be le; to mares at Eight Dollars the I
single leap, Twelve the season, iiu rilfteen to I
insure. in every instance the insurdie money
will become due as soo. as the mare is knaowt n
to be with fonl, exchanged. or removed from
the District. A compan) of sevee, mares shall
be entded to a deduction of 0 I on each nare,
by ai manu in the club becoing responsible
for the whole. R. WARD.
Descriptio.-Her Cline is a beautiful blood
bay, 15 haais 3 inches high, oW stately form,
prestoig a coinitinding & heaitifiti froit; at
liet, his fore hand i- remiarkable fine. le it; a
sure ieal getter. le has run acnd won maty
races in tis State, Virginia. aid Marylatd.
When hce left the imr, lie was regarded one of
the best three- -cmile horses in the State, and two
miles timi-ciualled. aid although he las rin
ciany hoard races, hce never broke down, and
htis limis are yet as fine- as when a cli. At
thee years old,atter winning tie rea; slake at
Balimiiore.(see TurflRegi-ter,; li o% no , Win
R. Joinison. of Virginia, was olifred aid re
fised five thoesand dollars for him.
His colts are generaily very promising, par
taking of the old Sir Archy mock, his sire; are
extrumel docile and gentle, nearly all makiig
good 14am1iy aorses, (nk here the daia is of 4ood
tmipier,) a very important consideration. His
price tol. is mach lower than any other horne
ever soced iin this country, whein his color.
form, size, performances and fine Pedigree are
taken into ronsideration.
Pedigree.-Her.Cline was got by Old Sir
Archiy, iis damn, Georg.iana. was rt by Col.
Alston's Gallatin. soin of imported Bedford; his
:. danm by Calypso. by imported Knowsley; -.
g- datn by Eclipse. (sonof imported Ubscurity,)
1. g. g. dem by Skipwith's Figure; g. g. g. g.
by imported horse hailor's fearnought, out of
a thorough bred mare.
WM R JOHNSON.
March 4, 1839 f 5
The Celebrated Thorough Bred Horse
N U L LIe'IER,
- ILL -1 tand the ensuing spring season,
at the following places, %iz: act Abbe
vide Courn Hou.e; at .itr. Viticeit Gritin:s,
(near White Hall,) and at the Subscriber's
Ptanetation. (near the Deadlhil,) commccencing
the 4th day el 'March, and will visit the smands,
ini the- above order, oice In nine days, through
out the senwoii, which will expire lie lth clay
of Jine, and wilh be: let to manies at the folleow.
inig prices, viz: c wen:y Deliars the single visit.
Teeirtv Dollars the seasoa, and k-if y Dollars in
sirance, and One eJollar cass to the Ureom, in
every instance. In cases of coiptanies of six
nires, the season wisl be reduced to Twente
five Dollurs for each mare. aid ia proportionia
ble deduction for tice visit, or insuranc-. by cone
individnal becominig responsible for all, and any
individual putting two or macore mares of his
own shall leave the same dedcion. Mares
will be kept at die subscriber's piantmion. and
special care taken ofithem,ict Twenty-five cenats
per daty. The visit and seasoc money will be
come die a tce expiration of ie season, and
the Insurance money as soon as the nare as as
certaiined to be with 'oul, or transferred, in
which case the owne-r of the mare. when pclt,
will be held accentnable for the money. All
possibele care will be taken to prevent accidents
or ese.apes, but no liability will he incurred for
Description.-NL.LIFIER is a beautiful Bay.
handsomely marked, with a delighcful coat o!
hair, which shiews his scle ior stock. His ap.
pearance is comitanding-hce: is eof the gi-atest
power, substaittialiy, and strenphl. ie wil.
be nine years old tlts Spring-is fdl sixteen
hands high, h-caving sup-erier . -, ire b.e.
and is nsac weli muiecled as tany othier Ihorse, ca
tis, or anay other coutintry. anid hacs as much dui
Pecrormance--Nu t.tfFl Kia, lice atpri ncg he wa
three years ied, ianc a hweep-stakes over thce Je
rucsnlem Ceourse. mni:e heacts.sixsubsccribers,Uane
Hlundred Dollars entrancce~whiei. he was beace-n.
a prodcigioncsly haird race, and ntot nmore tan sah
or eighctitnches thieseconad heat. Thce next weel
he~ rani, uninl won a S weep-stakee. (aver the Nor
foalk I'ouarse, miile heats: Twe Hunidred Dollairs
etntrance, baeang .everael cobs with great ea-i-,
patrtiecularly the scecoind hea':t T1hie week after
cli<. he ranc cnothcer do ep-stakes, over nie
Nottatway C..enr-ae, umile hects,. which race Ice
won three hcatsc, uinder lice hiardest drive, evers
heat. H~e was no: then tracineud till icext Sjpricng
He wa-i fottr years old whena hce ran at Tree
Il ill,ca mast inateres.iung ad hiarde coante -ted raec
when he was he-ea bcy c.;eliih. at four hteats -
Batyard acid man. others. were ini this raice, and
Nocliiier was only3 heic one foot thce last hceat
The n;ext wee-k lie went to ithlitimmee. aced rani
over thce Central Couerse, fonr nmile- hiets, for
the .lockey Clubi pitrse, whent ha- was beaten by
the hying lUuchman-a very hard'r-ac-; maini
othcer hcersee runinicg. buct ontly these twe e-ti
teniding. The- next hill ibe rain at Broad Rtock,
two micteheacs, whichl race he icon at louir hieatse.
becatieg se-ven others, after lie hadce lest the litrs
acid seconid hceats Inc this race hie goit once of
lai. sinews spr-ung; and has unot beeni traineda
The above is all correc' and true. I
WV. R. JOHNSON.
Pedifree.-NULLIFIER wais got by thes cele
hracted'rutnning horse, Old Amnerica~n Eclipse,
son eof lice celebrated Americac rauningr horse,
Old Dunrock. iiexana,his dam was by lice import.
ed liojse,Sir Harry.the best se-a oc Sic Peter Tea
zie. gancd dam by the imorted horse,8altrinn:
g. grand dam by Col. myces' celebrated A
merican horse, Old Wild Air; u. g. grand daim
by Uriver: g. g. g. grand dam by the imoerted
horse., Fallow: g. g. g. g, iraand dam by the im
corted hor-se, Vamaper. \ certified copy, fream
Virginia. signed by Becijamin Jones. Robert B
Corban. and Francis P. Cot-baa. For his owe -
accd his colts' iperformnances onc the turf. reference
can bie hacd to the Americane Tnt-f Reg. & Sport
ing Mfagazine. Hi- is a very scure fecal getter.
and his colts are hat-ge- and have a sple-ndid up.
penatince. and are now running with great .snc
ess, both on the Norther-n aind Seautherni Cour
ses. ARCHIBALD. ARNOLD.
P. S.-NULu-tIER will be in my possession
and care. till the endc of the present year. A. .1,
D)-adfall. Albbeville. S. C Pe-b 1. 1839 d (i
- tater of -nith (arnna
ABBE VILLE' DISTRICT. a
William Chiles, )Bill to have re
vs )- 'unided part
Vmncent Grifline and others. )of Legacy.
TH E Complainant hiavang filed nisbilin
Umy cfice, acnd it acppeaurineg toe mv satis
factioni that Williamci Wahier Seacr. Weilliamc
Waller, Juin. Doctor Mordlecai, aced Careoline I
his wife, aced George Holt and Mfary Ann his 1i
wife, defendants amced in thce s-cid bill are,
and do c-eside without the- Ii cits of this Staitee; ;
Therefore it is ordered, thcat the said defecndantst
do apicear and ptlead, aceswer or demur. tea tei
said bill, within three months from this date, or
the heill n ill be t akenc pro confessco as to them.r
Bi'NJ. Y. AMA RTIN.
cornnissionecr's-Offie ? 1.7
LOtK AT T1iS.
I k JACK, formerly owned by Capt. J.
k eaver, will stand during the spring sea
son. at the loblowing p;aaes, viz: at John Smi
ley's (lormerly Col. .iumes Smiiey's) on Fri
day, the dth imst. when the season will con
menee; at David iticha dson's on 11onday, Abe
1ith, and remain until . o'cla'ck the iexi day;
at .outni Willing. i the eveting of the 12th,
and on the 13th until 2 o'e.ock; at John Den
ny's, on the evening of' the 13th, and on the
14th until 2 o'cloc:<; at Henrv C Turier's. on
the evening of the 14th. and 'n the 15th untii 2
o'c ock. He will atte d the above named plit
ces, everyninth day, until the 10th day of'June,
v en the: season will end. Ile will be let to
m:ines at $ the seasoin, and $10 to ensure a
imare to be with foli. Any person putting by
the insurance, and trading or transfe~rring the
ma. e, within eleven months from the time of
puttine the mare, will be held liable for the in
surance mne%, which will lie e.iidered due
a.4 soon as such trade or transli-r is made. Any
person naking up a wenmpiiany of six mares,
ai.d b'ecoming respeonsible- for the uame, shall be
entitled to a dedic.ion of $1 on each mare.
The Horse YOUNG PRESIDENT is a
handsome chestnu sorrel, full 154 hands high,
eleganii f'orm and figure. rising P years oht. He
n% ill ?tand at the same time and pla'es with the
Jac!. and will b.- le to ivaresat the same' rates,
aid be managed b% the same groom. Any
per-on pitting to either the Jaek. or I I orse, by
the season. and failing to get a colt, shall have
anothet chance, as loig as I keep either. lor the
same mnoiev. Ilte setaon money will be due
on the 1st day of December next.* All possible
cnre will be taken to prevent accidents, but no
respaonsibility for any.
PEDIGRI.E.-Ynag President was gothy
Old Presidet. of Kentury.' vnd came out of' a
Jatnus mare. Old President by Hamihtonian,
aid lie by the imported Diomede. The blood
of thae sire and dai are bath so well knowi by
the communmity at large that I deem it niiieces
sary to say any thiag more ;aboit the b ood on
either side. BEVERLY BURTON
March 4. 183.9 f 5
HAMBURG, S C.
T HE Subscriber takes great pleasure in in
forminig his friends & the public general
y that ie has opened hislarge and commodious t
Ilouse, and wih be very lthankful tea them fbra
iheralshare of their patronage. He flatters him
ielf. that from the expericice of the Lady who
m charae of the domestic affairs of the House.
dlso his .iervants and Hiot lers. together with his
Jwnt will ad disposition :o pl-ase. that general
tatisfaction may be ziven. The sittiation ofrthe
If oios.- affords a conven ieiic'e.particnlarly desira
)le to persoans who may have business to attend I
o, or who may wish to take the RailRoad Car t
br Charleston: ant his Stable lots are lar-e and m
,ell prepared for the accommadation of entle
iuen who may have Stock for sale.
G. W. MAYSON. -
Oct. 24, 1838 tf 38
Removed si: doors abore the Rail Road Bank
A FRESH supply of' GARDEN SEEDS.
Bird Seeds, Clover. Lucerne Potato On c
ons, Onion Seeds, &c.
The usual allowance made to cointry dealers. ,
A f- w Brushes. Seives. S8ifts. &c.
Also, a beautiful collection of Bulbs,
Plants, Flower Seeds, &c.
Warranted Garden Seeds, just received from
he Shakers, by
- J. if. StVICE.
Jnt 14, 1839. '
L L Persons indebted to the late Cb a
i .tianuBreithaupt, dee'd., are regmast
'd to make immediate paymneut. And ' lI
>ersons having demands against the est:.te
>f said deceased are requested to present ~
Item duly attested.
JOHN H AUSKETT. Ex'or
IN conse.pttene of the removal ot the senior
nttni' of the Firmu of' Laborde & Mims,
b copf:iitnetrship is diisuolved hv muitual con
.a'nt. All1 personas itndehin d tea th'e late firmo, izl
tell on Dr. Mitns, who is tanthtot ised tui settle a'l
ec~outs..M LABOR l)E,
E. J. MIMS
Dr. Mims will be found at his old stand, to
ttenid to his professional duties.
.an 1. 1i.19 tf 49
ST RAYED from the subscriber on the 26t1:
~. av or Jaimunry. one hay Hearse. about 12
renrs ofinge. lieft eve oitt. with a star in his face.
Uso. one bay Colt. two years old this spring.
vith a star in the face, and a -matIl bleniish in
h.- left eye. Any pet-s.on takine uip said horses
and givina information to die suabscriber. living
an Swveet Wtater Creek. Edrerfefed D~ietrict, shall
le liberally rewarded for the~ same. .
MA RTIN HI. DAY.
Fehruary 4. 1P39* 3i 1 ~ a
Y H -OUSE and LOT, in te Village of 2
Edgefdeld, upon terms to suit a purchaser a
a my abasence.apply to Col. Batnskett.
JAMES JONES. c
A pril 12 if If)
Brigade Orders. P
H EAD QUARTE RS, ?
2dT Ba.n.Fb2t.13.LLIAM B. BRANNON, of Edgefi'd. i
-T has been deily appoiinted Brigade In
~eetor, of the second Drigade oaf the South,
,aroelinia Militia, with the rai of Major, anid "
iilI hae obeyed ande respected acc-ordingly.
By ordt.rof Brig adier Geti ..G. Talbert.
B. F. NICHOLSON.
dh 5 Brietnde \Jn or. O'
NOT ICIo. c1
WE M. F'. DURISOt-: is ituhorized to settle
TVthe accounts oaf "the Edlgefield A dverti
er." due Labuard' & Jones; all taer-oos iindebt
d are regnested to comie fot'ward aid make im.-"
tediate piaymnt. M. LA lIORDE.
Feb. 27. 18319. JJOE.tf 4
I'H E Subscribcr woultd informu the pubalic that ~
he has comumena'ed the buiie.s of' house
'aiiiting and Glazingi. Paper-hangiin, Grain
ig and imitation of' Stonte and marhale, &c..
Ie assures the public that their wvork shall be
rell exergir d, and lie hopes thnat by strict atten.
ion tea business, and doing it with'neatness atnd -
espatch. lo receive aliberal aare oaf piatronasge.1
LIl orders from the country will be thankfully
ecteived. and puinctually attended to, on th'e
lost reuanable terms.
D. W. TIBB3ETTS.
J W. Wimbishi, Admr.
David Cobb. Thomas Cobb. et al.
Tnppeang to miy satialictio. that John C. -
Ber-ine: and wife Eliza, fornerly Eli"e
Vtobb. defendatws in this case. reside- without
he imits oif this State:~On motion of Bellin.:
rer, soaicitor for complainant. Ordered that said
tbsent lefenjdants do plead, answer. or dearift
0 the complainant's bill. within three mouth.
roin the publicadion of this order, or the said
Ail wilI be taken pro confesso, against them.
J. T ELRRY, c. z Z. D.
Conninissioner's Offce. ?
gdefield. March - 1839 k $8 75 ac 6
OIL AND LEAD.
UST received and [or -ale. iow for cash, a
-Plarge lot of Linseed Oiland White Lead, of
!ariousi4 qualities, and of the most approved
Also, a lairge assortment of BRUSHES, of
11 sizes, cotnsantly on hand.
P. -rsons about to paint,will do well to call and
xaumine our stocik before purchasing elsewhere..
II. H. COOK & CO. Druggists.
Hamburg, Dec 12, 1838 tf 46
Plaister of Patis.
UST received, a lot of Plaister of Paris,
and for sale low by the barrel, by
H. R. C0oK & CO Druggists.
Hamburg. Dec 12, 183 - tf 46 -
The Pendleton Messenger and Greenvillo
fountaineer, are regnested to poublih lte a
iove until forbid, aid forward their accounts
the ubsca ibers at Hamburg. H.R.C.&Co.
R ANA WAY from the Subscri
ber on the 1ight of the 5th of
February last, from my place two
miles from Hamburg, L. C. a nat
man named BEN,- about forty-five
. / years old, five feet six incheshigh.
The above reward I will pay for
delivering him to me; or putting him
ii jail so that I cia get him. .
Hamburg, March 26, 1837 tf 8
H E Firm of Ramey, Rodes Ar Co. was
dissolved on the thirtieth day of June,
Kid, by mutual consenst: Persons indebted to
temn can settle with C. Rhodes or N. Ramey,
t the old stan. COLLIN R HODES, .
One of the I irm of R. R. & Co.
Potterillo. U eh 25, 1889 d 4
I HE Firm of Rhodes, Ramey k Gils was
dissolved on the first day of January,
83-), by its own limitation: Persons indebted
) them,catan settle with C. Rhodes or N. Ramey
t Pottersville, COLLIN RHODES,
One of the Frm of R. R. O G.
Pottersville, Feb 25, 1839 d 5
H E Corur.nershi: of' GOODWINHAR
RING TON r CO. was dissolved on the
rat inst. by its own limitation. All personain
ebted to its, are requested to call and settle :heir
iotes aid Accoaints, as we wish to close the bu
miess of the concern. Those indebtet. to the
ld firm of Goodwin Sr Iarringtos, are remind
d that their Notes aid Accounts are of lot g
anding, and further indulgence cannot be
iven. 0 " -
- C. L. GOODWIN,
H. L. HARRINGTON,
Edgefleld, C. H. Jan 12,1839 ac 50
;-1E Subscribers have formed a Co
partnership in the MERCHANT TAIL.
RING Business. under the firm of Horning
n Fr Bryan. und will kep constantly oin hand,
e enerai naasoramen.t of the most Fashionable
rticles. in their line, that the Northern and
onithera markets will afiaord.
They feel thiaak'ul for the liberal patronage
eretotore extenided towards them, and hoape by
riet attention to business, and a disposition to
lease, to receave a continauance of the same.
II. L. HARRIN'GTON,
B. C. BRYAN.
*ddgelield CIH. Ja 1:2, 183$ an 50
CO.IL JAD WOOD
COOKUVG STOVES, &c.
H E uad,-rsigned has jnst received a large
supply of improed8STOVES for Coal
nd W~ood. .if e'ntire new' pat:erns, and of va
one sizes viz:
"he 'Peonile's Coal or Woodl Cooking~ Store
uperior 'to any heretofore in nse, not only oat
eouant of convirnience. ahe Petfect mann,-r in
-hich the caookinig is performed. but also on no
mun: of the economy of fuel which it effercts.
The Patent Grecin Parlor GiaLe,.
-hicha for beauty andl economy excels tall others,
reducing greater effect with less fueL
The Parlor and Hall Stavef
ussing heat from the basiemenat to the upper part
rough fines ianto the fomr corners, and trought
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
ith plain anil urn top,. for wood or essl,new.
constructed with swelled-back, sunk hearth
or front. &c
The Ship and Steam Roat Store,
nlcnlated to cook -for 50 or 200 persons, with
as fuel and greater convenience than any ether
ove now im use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,.
ith the siame improvements.
The..Bor 6 &-9 Plate atove,
>eti and plaina tops, of various sizes,fron 1R to -,
Also. Ameriaan, English and Ritssion, Skeet
en. Store Pipe. Sheetin nad Brazing Cop
r. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of whicha he offers for stale low for CAsur,*
approved! pnper, at No. 1638 Broad street at ..
e Sg of the Coffee Pot, nnd directlyi opposite
e F. ge & Phoenix Hotel. Augntata
'B. F. CHEW.
* * The highiest price will he given for Old
carter. Capper. Brass and Lead.
Augusta. Ga. Oct. 22.1818. tf 39
Bleached Winter strained
LeiJI P OIL.
Ilf f Subaa'ribets h received a supply of
li he above aricle o : erv sttperior qaltv.
G. L. & k. PENN & Co.
nc,, sm -e:3n