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From the Boston Post.
ADDRESS TO THE NEW YEAR.
Roll b ack tie cloud from thy young brow.
Bid all its austs begoie,
A waiting world beflore the. now,
Would hail thy coming dawn.
Far in the disinnee ofhei piat,
'ur in the land of shade,
Thv sister year is gliding Cast
Vhere crown and .aurel fade.
One deep felt sigh, one sorrowing tear,
One lont adieu is ginvu:
And now rio more her step is here,
Told are her days in Heaven.
To thece, then in thy earliest hour
Thy first. fair mort of,o3 -
To thee thon openingyetir of'power,
Man turns his hopes to buoy.
On thy fiair fitec, thy form of youth,
No line of dark is seeu
Unwriten yet ttie iage of truth,
Thy fiolded leavcs between.
Oh that through ill thy onward flight,
Thv circlitg hours and days,
The sun that make. ttv rising bright,
Would shed its cheering rays.
Yet oh! New Year it must tot be;
A change will iark thy skies
The way of time is oer a sea
Whe'e troubled waters rise.
Like by-gone days, aid other years,
The cotrse 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 fo!dly press tie yielding hand,
And call the treasure his.
A thousand sweets-a thousand joys
Shall crown the pilgrim snan.
Who, busied here with pleasing toys,
The future does not scat.
Yet. rolling year, mid flow'rets fair
The cruel thorn will spring;
A thousatid ills and hours ofcare
Are borne upon thy wing.
Sunshine and shade-mnan's portion here
The cup of.-oy and wo --
The ocean's calm-the surfof fear
. All greet him here below.
Bound to a long eternal home,
To scenes of bliss or ill,
lie 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 chine
On to a final test.
So dawning year thy tear and smile
- Will soon fhave past away,
And some, whom now thy prospects wile
Will be n-i longer gay.
Then not on thee can man rely
Since sadd'ning change is thine;
Thy brightest joyo how qnick they fly,
rhy,-ainbow hues decline!
To Him who knows no change, no cnd,
Whose promis'- is a throne
-To him the hopies of ears ascea:d,
A:id make hisstretngth their own.
From the Phladeldphia Coiurier&S Enquircr.
Letters rcceived by the last packets
from France, state that the sales of trees
ad cuttings of the M'orus Multicaulis lad
.ceased, in cotsequtenice of~ the greatly in
creasing detnands from this country.
The nurserymen there had not beent pre
pared for such unuisual tand unexpected
orders. and, after increasinig thcir prices
to 200 antd 300 per cent., they finally qluit
selling their plants at any price, in order
to cut thenm up, to piropagute ant addition
al supply for. next seas~on.
It has been frequently stated itn the pa
* pers that the Murua Multiccaulis is ton
tender to withstand the severity of the
winters in Pentisylvania, and that the Ai
pine and Maoretti, or Morus Macrophy% lh,
were better adtaptedl to the clianate. It is
helieved that this opmnjil is erronaeous, as
there are now growing at the Betrnam
*Botanic Garden, three. miles south west
from Philadelphia, several trees ot'the two
ing~t varieties, which were receivedl fromt
Frane; ten years since, (soon after the
Moraus Mi!hicaulis had beetn procured
liom Mlanilla.) The plants were slightly
protected from ae cold thre lirst winter,
isince which they hav never been shelter
edl, nor sulfered the leasi tnj ury from the
frost. The largest nree of ti.ie Mlulticau
uis is eighteen - eet high and ten jnches in
eircumference. The leaves are ja.rger
than those of the Idaerophylla, aend oft a
smoother and liner texture; they are pre
ferred1 by the silk witrms. Bioth var~ettes
appear to be quite as hardy as the white
mnulberry (Morus Aiem.)
-GOoD HousE-KEv-PERs.-If there be any
thing atmong the tmils tl to makelife pleasant
it is an the walls of a wveil oirdered house,.where
all is adjusted to please-not by its finery or-.
costiiness, but-by :tta fitness, its air of neatnes and
conte~nt, whichinvite.all who enter to taste its
co-mforts. The woriana who does tnot make tais.
a gratid item in atl her routine of duties. has not
yet learned the true dignity ofhier station-has
not yet acquired the alpha ofthat, long alphabet
whibh is set before her; and she whodespises this
tioble attainment, despises her best worfdiy gnod
and indirectly dfespises hier family~herneighbord,
and thue word-': God. "She looketh well to the
ways ofh'r hostse-hold." was spoken by the,
wisestma.. that ever, lived and will be to-d as a
mnemorial of all those who have been 'mmnent for
this noble character -Gentius of Temperance.
-A preamble and resolutions hauvp been
offered in the Terr-itorial Senate of Floi
da, ny Gov. Duval, requeeting Congress
io divide the Territory, so that the Sau
wvacnee river shall be established as the
jra between East and West Florida.
THE LAST SNAKE STORY
"I reckon this ere country of yours is pretty
considerabm paoductive, at.ang r, isn ti sain a
downCastLr who iad just arrived in one of the
AlMississippi settlements, toa person whom lie
met. one oftie roagtar meat axe breed.
"Tnere's noi such another couitry between
this and tae State of isurntome, in North Car
olima, ' repled the M ississippi settler.
' - titase a go d deal o cottin, ehi"
' .It-ired quantities of game in this section,
- Considerable of a sprinkling,,'speciahy
" Wnat sort of s.:akes"
--Aatt. snakes and copper heads."
"Uih get. out! du lell. I aut to know if they're
so aiiniltty thica!
"tdtlier. Dad amttl I went out tisis momrntng
snake-nuuttng-kiied only a cord alo a quai
ter-bu; dien at was a bad snake mornig, and
you wu at naKe soie alowances."
*-uh! t i inai e a.ny 'lowances and tracks ont
of tme settlement at the samie time. 1$ut say,
jist tween ourselvt a, it it ad raly been a good
morniig, now many coru. du you 'mugn you'd
a-ees about an average."
-Five! You don't say so!"
Yes I do .ougn.
" Watmei is nt suo. test way out of' this 'ere
settletiiau L've a strong idea of ecuping tortu
acieep rightgsrainat ahead."
%eli, I wist you a good day. Give my
best 'spects topyuruat, and tal hiin I ...opc
he'll iave b,:tter snake weautaer next wile he
gaes. I I oph.!-A. U. l1aryane.
\VHATO:CLOcK is ir I-w Vieii I was ai oung
lad, my itier one day cailed ae to ami that ie
Inigit taC tite to know %Itl o'cloc. it was.
He to.d ue tie use of the nunte liguies on
te dial plate, ulatl I was preUIa pieriec. In uy
No soolier was I quite niaster oftins addition
al auowieuge, tlian i but on' Dcampermg tojOm
my co'.paniuns at a gaitme 01 inatae'n; but Iiiy
lamer called wne oaca aa.n: --=top,ttu...porei.
said hie, ' i ave someding ure to tei )ou."
zduck again I wenl., wondei ang wniutL else I
hiad got to learn.b for I uga. I ane w all aoout
tite caUck, us weli as litainer did.
"'llumaphrey.' waid lie, -1 have taught you
to kanow tne tiue of the day I must Uow teach
you how to tind out tue tne oi your lite.'
Ail tio was strange to mie, so I i wated .ather
impatiently to hear nose Iny father would ex
plaiit for I wauted sadi to ue to my narb.es.
The iible' said he, -describes the years of
man to be ;hree acore and ten, or lout score
years. Now ille is very uncertain, anld you
iany not live a single day Imoger; but it we di
vide the ioursvore yearsoi an old aitin's ife in
to twelve paris, lose the dial of a clock, it will
alhow almost seven years to every figm e. W..en
a boy is seven years .Id, theu i is one o'clock
of his life, and tais is tue vase with you; when
you arrive at fourte-en years. it will be t% o '
clock with yon, and wien at twenty o..e it wili
be three o'clock, siould it please God thus to.
spa e your life. 1it this manner you may al
ways know the time oi your life, and looking
at the clock way perhaps reminid you of it.- i
31y greattgrandlather. a.cord.ng to his calcula
tion, died at twelive o'cloc..; my grai ther at
elevrn, and my lather at ten. At what hour
you a-id I sha:l die.Hanmphrey.is only knowm to
[in to whoi all thiimps are Lnown."
Never since then, have I heard the inqiry,
'What o'c:ock is it ?" nor do I think uat. I
have even looked at the iice of a clock, without
being remitnded of the words of ny father.
I know not, iy frirends wmat o'clock it is with
you, lt I know veay well what time it is with
may.ell: and that if I mean i) do an% thitng in
this world, it is high tine to se; abott it. I'he
words of my father have given a solemnity to
the dial plate of a clock, which it never wou:d
have possessed in any estimation, if these words
had not been sp0ken. mo-,k about you,. my
Friends. I earnestly entreat you. now and then
ask yourself what titmo it is with you.
Adjutant General's Ofice,
COLIuxIA, td 'february, ld39.
TNIFOR.\ of thp General and Staff Offi.
)I eers oif Cava'ry mi South Carohtia, p:e
scribed by the Adjtaunt m& Inspector Genieral,
in obedience; to a resoitton of the Generna As
seimbly iii south Carolina, patssied the 19th of:
Brigadier General of Cavalry.
CoA T.-Dark blue clothm. double breasted, two.
rmaws of bumttonas, ten ha each row set in plairs,
'he distanice hetween the iows five inaches at
the top aiid three at bottom; sttandl up collar
to meet and hook in fr.it; cutfs two anad a half.
inlches deep, to go round the sleeve parallel
with the lower edne, nnd to tuition witha three
small buttotas at tiue unider seammn. -kirt to b
what is called rArce-gweters, with baalf cloth or
kerseytmere turnback; 'hem hontoti ofithesmkirt
flai less thman three and a half nor mtoro than
fivec inches broad,wit h a gokm e-mbhroidered star
at the connecmting poinat of the buhf on each!
skirt ; pointed cross flaps to the skirts with
four bauttotsegnially dlistributted t wo hip bitt
tons. to ranmge withi thme -ower buttonis E"n thae
breast. The collar, etaffs, rarnbacks, facinigs
anid ining of batir cloth air kersey mere.
lavtSECHEs, OR TRowsEtts-Dark blue Cloith or
ntA VAT, na SToCK- Black silk.
Ac0-rs-Longr, to reach as high as the knece, mind
worna over ihe trowgy s.
3LovEs-Buffgauntalets.,to reach halfway row
the wrist to ~te eibaw.
Be-TToNs-Gilt,convex,three quarters ofn iinch
in diameter, wvith pahnitato eamblem.
P-AUL ET-rEs--Gohd, with sohd Crescent; a silver
emnbradered star one and-a haif inich diamaeter
o:. the strap; dead and bright gold bullimon hl
am inch diameter, atid three itnches and a half
Swoan AND SCABBARD-Satble, gilt or brass
Swon DaLT-Black leather or morocc~o, em
broidered with gold; gilt chain or embroidered
leather carrinitges; gilt plate with palmetto
device in silver.
S1woRD KNOT-Gold cord, wtith bulhiotn tassels.
Spunts-Yellow metal or .ilt.
SeBH-Otuf silk net, wi& silk bullion fringe
ends; stasn to go twice! aromiad the waist and
tie on the right hip. Worn under the sword
3~AR--90rple satin or ribbon three inithes
wide.mo be wo-'rn aiver the right shoulderunder
the strago the elaulette, the ends tto meet on
the leftside,indm~er ati concealed bythe sash;
an embroidered silve; star, one inch and three
quarters in duameter, upasit the cenitre of the
scarf opposite the left bra-ast.
CAr-Black leathaer, hielumet shapie, the ,:esl to
represent solid brassr gilt scales; gold lace
bands one inch and a half wide; a miht pal
metto in front three inches tand a haalf long,
suirtmouanied by a plume of three yellow os
trich feathers. risma~ from ai gilt socket.
Hlousaso-Dark bmne cloth to cover the saddle.
a border of gold hatce a half inch wide: a gold
embre'idered star four inches in diameter in
each thank carnier.
Hotsens-Covered with dark blue clot; a
border of gold lace a half inch wid'-; a gold
embroidered star three itiches in diameter tup
on each cap.
BRIDLE, hMAitTRNoAL, CoLLAR, HALTER AND
C RUPPER-Btnek leather.
rings,. atnd buickles-yeillow metal or gitt.
cmhr~i1 ASm StormNOE-,O..n blue web.
Uinformet the Brigade Molor, Apifst
aia Depuy Auwp, aor or iSrigauae In
specter, anu ragade .budge Aawocle
Go.tr-Dark ine t.otm; hiflglI breasten, uie
row ofniie buttons placed at eqal distances;
stand up collar it, meet in liont and hook;
the collar to b- part ban, the bun to extend
ftimr inmeb- on each side from the front. the
ret of tile collar blue; cuds two and a half
nches sleep, blue. with .iree small but.ons
at tue nuierseam; the skirt to be what is
called tiarce-quarters in iength, with buti iuri
backs, the bo.toi ot the skirts no, less than
tiee anua a nalltnor more than fiv' inches
broad with a gold ebutroiuertd star at he
::Onnmit post of the bul tiln enchs skirt
potned cross laps of blue ntii four buttous;
equally distributed; two tipl) buttons t. range
with the lower butiiu is. tie breast. 1- acigs
mud linings ni cloth or ihcrseymere.
I .PAULETrEs.-Gold bullion a ith solid silver
crescent and suiver -Irap, the bulici i:lidt anm
mnch diameter and three inches and a hall
IRENCHES, or TRoWSERS,
i nAVAT, or STOCK, Same as prescrib
BOOTS, ed tar Bigadier4
SWORD AND SCARARI,
SWORD &No-r.--doid lace strap, with gold bul
SAs.-Ried silk net, with silk bullion friuge
SWORD BX.T.-Black leather, without emnbroi
dery, gilt cnain carriages.
CAp.-.--tne as prescribe lor the frigadier
Gei:eriil, exc', t the --old lace baumil which wi.1
lie three quarters oh an mcii n ide; and it.
stead 01 ,eplunte a drooiig horse-hair pow.
pon, for tie nrugaide lajor and o igade In. I
pectoi red. ail for tie sjrigrade Judge .%dvo
came. black. The brigaile M.yjor will wear I
an aigmllette ofi isted goal cord n ith g i-t
tags: time aylnillette to be worn utider the
epaniette of the right shomuder.
SADDI.E-c.oTH AND LOLSTER CovERS.-Dark
bue cluih n iih.ut lave orstaur, saddie-cloth to
be oi n under the saddle.
MEARTINGAL, Same as prescrib
CoL.LAR, ed h'r Brigadier
. RUPPER, General.
GIRTHS Aan SURcNGLEJ
Uniform of the Brigade Quarte N aster,
and Aid-de-t amp of- She Brigadier
General of' Cavalry.
CoAT-Same as prescribed for tim Brigade
Major &c.; except the collar which will bt v
EPAUL.arTFs-Gold with solid crescent, hulio
one imrth of an nuch inl dianmeterand t% o and t
a hall inches lung. One on each shouder. i
BRECCHEs, or TRowSERS,
CRAVAT. or STOcK,
BoUs, Same as prescrib
SPRs, -ed for the Bri.- S
GLVEado Major, &c. 0
SWos, AND SCABBARD, a
SWORD BELT, -
CAP.-Same as prescribed for Brigade Major, i
&c. Pompon for the Brigade kttarter M as. j
ter, blue, and for the Aids-de-Camp, yellow v
drooping horse hatir. 5
Same as prescribed fbr the Brigade Major, &c. c
Uniform of the Brigade Pay.
uaster of Cavalry.
CoA r-..rk bilte cloth. dotble breasted, two
rows of bitions at equal ititervals, ten im each
row, :he rvws lour incies apart at the top,
aid two a.d a hall at the botto.w; ttand up h
collar oi bue cloth to imeet in froit and Iook; h
skirt to beimiude after the fashion of the citi
zens' coat and fined with blue cloth; with a
button at each hip. one at the end of each fold.
ani one ilteruediate in each fold; ctlis of
blne cloh. two and a half inches deep, with
three siinull buttomis at the nieder seamm; ta ;:old t
etilli niderud bnaton-hmo~e on each .tmd oif the
cillar, tur in~chies ulng, terminating with a r
No epaitu.-ttes or sash to be wtorin by lime Pay- r
master; bitt instead ofepaufettues.a gilt shoul
der chatin will be worn on each shoulder a
BRbsCu as, or Tnowszas,
CRAVAT, or STOCK,
BOOTs, ISame as presacrib
SPURS, -ed for the Brig
Gr.ova:3. ade Major, &c. t
Swono AND SCABsBan,
SwoRD. KNOT, ' hs
CAP-Same as prscribed for Brigade Major. .
&c. Drooping white horse hair pompen~l.
Same as prescribed for JBrigaide Maior. &c.
JA F.8 .JoN ES.
rCj ] h 4 Adj. 3r Ins. Gen. 'j
The Chmarlestmn Merenry arid Conrier; the o
Coimnbsia ri escope aind Cariiliniatn: time Win- ti
vaw iritelhi:encer; liue Chersaw Gazette; the tl
Cammdn .Jomurnl; i'emdeirnm Meseniger. amid o
tireeivilte .lom.tainmeear wtil piublishl this ordler, ti
as well as ab ot.iers Isilned froim the Adjtai ta
Generra,'s Oirlie. itid imarked [C] once a week b
for ..ight we"eks, anrd rendm-r their accuntt to a
Lhe id.,nUuant Genead. fr his exanminationi amid h
rertilicaite, betore presentation to the Governor ai
T liundersimmed mIas the pleasur' of in
foranm g 'tie piublic, til~i tbe exercises of h
,. me Academy will commence on Monday, ihe -se
15th instant, uder the iuuperintendence of Mr. C
KoaalnT BRADsHAw a graduate oft the llamuil- el
Lonl Colleg~e, News York. Z1
Mr. Bradshaw bears c~redenitials from r g
Heniry Davis. late Presiment or~ Hamilton Col- a
iege, amid the present iactulty ; and from the b;
l'rustees of the Vernon and 'Skanmeatees Acad- ih
amies. highly cinmmenidatory of hiischarcteras p
s chistn iaid geemiman iad his qualiticationis Vt
tS aim expierienced Teacher. , C
The schohiui-year wiil be divided iinto two al
pessions-thec first --omnmencing on the second cr
Monday in Januaary-und the ser ond, on ihe~ se-- it
uiond .Viiiday in. July. aj
TEAS OF TUITION. P'
Classics, - '-- $18 per session, C'
English Grammar. Ge- ) g 5 1
Writing & Arithme-> 97 i "
This Academy is locatedl in the neighbor
bood of Col.Jamaes Toimkins, R. Jennings. Esq.
Uid ('apit. R. Parks, near the toad 'eading from
Gjreeniville, via Fury's Ferry to Augusta, Ga.
Board can be had in respectable families,.
near the Academy, at 98 pe'r mlonth.
WILLIAMf P. HILL.Ch'm. Bd. Tr. V
Feb 14, 1839 d-eow-3
FOR SALE. ft
A DESIRABLE resi '
. :1 -1 deticeinPottersvilie, i'
- j of' shloit 14 acres of' gooci
the premiiseis are agood Dwelling House, 1 sOn
rymd ra half' high, with five rooms-a large
fraimi d Kitcheni amid Smnoke-hounse-anm excel.
lent Well of' pure water, For particulars en
quire at this iO flice.
Feb 1d.,1839 'Ir
The thorough bred Horse
[LL sand the ensuing Styr g Seaso j,;
commencing tn tue J0th of Maicid at
V tn. i.d ard's; 11th at Mt. Willing; i2th at
Perr%'s Stoe e; 13thi a Co.enat.'s ;x toils;
4th'at Maj. J. C. Alen's; 15that Av.ry Bland'lr,
Luth at lEdgelield C. Hoise; t, and 1dth itt.
Ward's: visatinny eac'h stanu every ninth day,
intil the 10th fJ tine.
He will be lei to mares at Eight Dollars the
tingle leap, Twelve the season. itau r'ifteen to!
naure. In every instance the insurance money
vill become due- as soo; as the tare iskecona.
,o be' with foal, exchanged. or removed from
he District. A coiipany of sevei, mares shall
)e entitled to a deduction of ;) i on eac-ht mare,
>ya hi bitan in the club beconmin responsille
'or the whole. R'. WARD.
Description.-Her Cline is a beautiful blood
may, 15 hautis 3 incies high, of itate'ly form,
resitinto a commanding & beautifni lront; I
,e.t, lais for' htaand i6 remarkable fitie. He is a
ure fioal getter. He has runi ansd won manay
-aces in thsis State, Virginia. and Maryland.
When ie 16ft the ttir, he was regarded one of
lie best three -mile horses in the State, and two
iciles unewnalled. antd althoiegh he has run
teany hard races, lhe never brolke down, an
-is liils are yet as fiee as when a eolk. At
h1 ee years old,aeter winning the! grenw stake at
,ai intore.(see Turfitegieter,; hi-, o% n, t, Win
t. Johnstuonui. of Virginia, was ofiered aid re
used five thousand dollars tier him.
His colts are generaily very promising, par
atkang of the old Sir Archy mock, his sire; are
xtriel . docile and geitle, niearly all making
aod family eorses, (n here the dam is of good
otmlper,) it very im portauit consideration. His
rice too. is nch luwer than any other horse
ver stotid iti tiis country, whes his culer.
arm, size, perfonance's and fine Pedigree are
aken into consideration.
Pedirree.-Her-Cline was got by Old Sir
trcby, liis elate, Geor..iana. was .o.t by Col.
LIton's Gallatin. son of imported hedford; his
da m by Calypso. by imported Knowsley; g.
dam by Felipse. (sonof imported u bscurity,)
g. g. dam by Skipwitt's Fipure; g. g. g. g.
y itmorted horse Iailor's Fearnongli, out of
thtrough bred mare.
WM R JOHNSON.
March 4, 183) f 5
The Cele4rated Thorough Bred Borse
:'ILL ."tani the a'nsuing Spring season,
at the following alares, %iz: at Abbe.
ide Conr Hou.e; at Mr. Vinceint Grinin's,
near White Hall,) and at the Subscriber's
'Ititation. (near the I)eadlall,) c-onimeing
te 4th day of .ilarch, and will visit the s;ands,
I the above order, ore Itt nine days, through
ut the sea-ona, which will expire the lath dlay
Jane, and wihl be lei to mates at the follaw.
ig prices, viz: a wemy LiOhars the samgle visit.
'irty Dollars the season., atid fily Dollars in
trance, and One .ollar casa to the Groom, in,
very instance. II cases olf companies of' six
tares, the season widl lie redtuced to Twent'.
ve Dollars for each mare. aid a proporiiona
le deduction for thie visit, or insur'. by one
itlividnal becoming responsible liar all, and any
idividtal putting two or itore mares of his
wn shall have the same dedncrion. Mares
,ill be kept at the subscriber's lantiion. and
pecial care takeni ofthem itt Twenty-five cents
er day. The visit and season money will be.
uame date a tue expiration of the season, and
It! Insurance money as soon as the inare Is as
erwaied to be with finl, or transferred, in
,hich case the ownar oaf' the mare. when pt,
till be held accopuntable liar the tioney. All
ossible care will be taken to prevent accidents
r escapes, but no liability will lie incumred for
Deseription.-NULLIFIER is a beautiful Bay.
andsomely marked. with a delightful coat it
air, whiclh shews his sujerior stock. Hisup.
earauce is cominanuditg-lie is if the gicatest
ower, substantiality, and strength. lie wl;
e nine .yeam old this Spriig-is Fill sixteen
ands Iigh, having superior .iv, lirre bece.
nhis is tSWeli amutscled tae aiiy other Ihorse, ai
iis, or ainy other c'ottitry. anid has as muatch du
Performance.-NuLtIFraCa, the opring lhe wa.
tree years ted, ran it h weep-stakes over thce Je
tsnlem Cesurse. mi:e heaits. sixsubscribe'rs,One
lutndred Dollars enitrzcaewher. he was beaten.
prodsigiou-dy hiard race, and not tiisre thtan sa
r eighat iniches' the seceod heat. Thae next waeek
e rana, atuel wotn a $weepstkaes. over the Notr
>lk Coutrse, miile hieats: T'wo Hundred Dollars
titratnce, beerattg several iolLs wvitht great ene',
articuilatrly the seconid btoat. The week aftler
us. he rate ainothier Sn, ecp-stakes, over use
rottiway C. urse, mile hieats, which race he
'on three heats, tinder the hardest drive, ever.
eat. Hie was not then trainted till naext Spsrinig
le was font' years old when lhe ran at 'Tret
lill,a most itnteres.ing and hard conte -ted race.
'en he was hteaten bay .ieliah.at foutr heats -
ayaisd atid man. others. wver'e us this race, anti
[tadiier was only beait one foot thte last hoet
ehe next week lie went to t3altimise. aand ran
rer the Ce'ntratl Coterse. fotir mile hetats, for
eo .locke' Cilh ptirse, when he was beaten by
as' hying iimchmtian-a very httrd'rac.-; matni
thter haorses runianieg. hat onaly thsese twove esnn
tiding. The next lull iso ran at Broad Rock,
vo mite heats, which race lhe '. on at lotir hats.
catineg sevcn others, after lie hah leost the firs
ed ceconitd heats Ini this race lie gerotee ol
is sinmews spl-ung; and has not beeni trained
The above is all corree' and true.
WV. Rt. JOHNSON.
Pedigree.-NULt.:IER wata got by thes cele
rated running horse, Old Amneican Eclipse,
mn ofl the celebrmate'd Ameticaa runningr horse,
Id Durock.it.'xana,his dam was by the import.
i hiorse,Sir Harrv..the best sson oa Sir Peter Tea
e. grnand dlam b'y the imported horse,Sacltrton:
grand dam by Col. Symites' e'elebrated A
Lrican horse, Old Wild Air; u. g. grand dam
t Oriver; g. g. g. grand dam by thie impoasrted
arse, Fallow: g. g. g. g, girand dam by thae im
3rted horse, Vamper. i certified copy, fream
irginia.sagtned by Blenjamin Jones. Robert B
orban. and Francis P. Corbat. For his ows.
td his colts' pierfortmances ona the turf. reference
ma be hied lothe Amnerican Turf Reg. & Sport
g Magazine. He. is a v'ery& sure f'ssai getter.
id his colts are large and hiave a sple'ndid ap
earance, and are now'. rtunning with great snca
'us, both on the Northiern and Souatherni Cour
s. ARCHIBALD. ARtNOLD.
P. S.-NuaLtxa will be in my possession
id ca're. till the ends of the present year. A. .1,
lD,'adfall. Alabbeville. 5. O Fe b 1, 1839i d hi
'-tatt' of '01uth I. arolna
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
William Chiles, Bill to have re
vs ifunded part
ancent Grifline and others. )of Legacy.
H E Compirainant having filed tis bill in
mi y eafilce, and it appe'arineg tea mv satis
etiona that Williamt Waller Seutr. Williama
faller, Jun. Doctor Mlorecasi, anid Carsaline
.s wife, atnd Georgse lHolt and Mlary Ann his
ife. defendants anmed in the stid bill are,
id do reside wvithout the lim. its oh this Stte ;
herefore it is ordered, that the said doeedants 1
apptear and palead, attswer or demur, tea the
id bill, within three months from this date, or,
e hill w ill be takent pro c'onfesso as to them.
B1'NJ. Y. AR~TIN.
minmissione's ake. w) 1.7
LOUK AT TliM.
T liiL JACK, formerly owned by Capt. J.
* eaver, will stand during the spring sea
son. at the following psares, viz: ai John Smi
ley's (formerly Col. Janies Smiiey's) on Fn
day, the 6th inst. when the season will comi
menee; at David stichai dion's on 31 onday, 1he
i ith, and remain until : o'clowk the nexi day;
at .uouit Williig, on the evening ol the 12th,
and on the 13th until 2 e'e.ock; at Johi Deti
ny's. on the evening of the 13th, and on the
14th until t o'clocx; at Henrv C Turner's, on
the evening of the 14th. and .'n the 15th untii 2
o'c ock. He wil attep (I the above named pla
ces, every-ninih day, until the 10th day of*June,
v, hen tin: season u ill end. lie will be let to
mtaies at $ the season, and $10 to ensure a
mare to be with fib. Any person putting by
the insurance, aid trading or tratsferring the
ma e, within eleven months from the time of
puttina the mare, will be held liable for the in
surance meine%, which will lie con.-idered due
as soonas such trade or transli-r is made. Any
person naakin; tip a reinmpany of six mares,
a.d lecoining responsible fortthe same, shall be
eititled to a dedisc.ion of $1 on each mare.
The Horse YOUNG PRESIDENT is a
handsime chestni sorrel, full 154 hands high,
elegai.t form and figure, rising P years okt.. He
will stand at the smite time atid places with the
Jac!, and will b.- I, t to ma res at the same' rates,
and be managed b% the san groom. Any
per'oin puttina to either the Jiek. or I Iorse, by
the season. and failing to get a colt. shall have
anothet chance, as loig as I keep either. for the
same ione . Tlie season monev wilt be due
on the 1st day of December next.' All possible
care will be taken to prevent accidents, but no
respionsibility for any.
PIDIGR A E.-Yotig President was gotby
Old1 President. of Kenuc, niid came out o' a
Jaius mare. Old lresidi-nt by Hamilonian,
anid lie hv the imported Diomede. The blood
of the sire and dam are both so well knowt by
the coimitmity at large that I deem it iaueces
sary to sty atny thing more bot the b ood on
either side. BEVERLY BURTON
3arch 4. 1839 f5
H AMBURG,S C.
T fl IE Subscriber takes great pleasure in in
forming his fiends & the public general
ly that lie has opened his large and commodious
[ionse, and will be very thankful to them ra
liberalshare of their patronage. He flatters him
self. that from the experience of the Lady who
las charze of the donestic affairs of the House.
also bit Servants and Hoilers. togetherwith his
own will and disposition to please. that generail
satisfactioni ay be given. The sitntation ofrthe
iotus.- affords ia con'venien'e.particularly desira
ble to persons who may have business to attend
to, or who may wish to take the Railload Car
for Charlestoi: and his Stable lots are larg- and
well prepnred for the accommadation of 6entle
men who may have Stock for sale.
G. W. MAYSON.
Oct. 24, 1838 tf 38
411g0uSa beed nine,
Removed six doors alire the Rail R.'oad Bank
,A FREIH supply of GARDEN SEEDS.
A Bird Seeds, Clover, Lucerne Piotato 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. TH. SF'IVICE.
Jan 14, 139. -
-VO TIC k.
L L Persons indebtetd to the late Ch
Ai tianuBreithaupt, dec'd., are rega.st
e~d to make immnedliate payment. And il
persons having demnands against the estt te
of said deceased are requaested to present
Ithem duly attested.
JOHN H AUSKETT. Ez'or
Prlh. 25. St
IN conse:jinec' oh' the removal of the senior
'artuner of the Finn of f.abordc Sr Mims,
hicopairtnership is dissnlv'-d by tnttal con
.,ntt. All persons indehte i to the late~ fintn, wi
.l on Dr. Mins, whlo is nothoi ised in settle a'l
accoun.M LABOR I)E,
E. J. MIMS
Dr. Mims will be round at his old stand, to
attentd to his professional dutics.
.Jan . 18319 tf 49
STRf AYP.D from the subscriber on the 2(ith
kav ur JTanunry. one hay fHorse, abot 12
years of'age. lt'ft eve out. with a star in his face.
Also. one hay Colt, two years old this spring,
with a star in the face, and a mall hlemtish in
h-- left eye. Any pers'on taking un said horses
ind giving information to the subscriber, living
in Swveet Water Cre'ek. Edgeflid D~istrict, shall
ie liberally rewardi'd for tbe same.
MA RTIN H. DAY.
t'ehrnarv 4.1939 ' *"r 1
M~~Y HTOUSE and LOT, in thie Village of
LVthe field, upon terms to suit a purchaser
ini my absenccapply to Col. Banskett.
A pril 12 ef 110
H EAD QUA RTE RS, ?
2d BiuGana. Feb 28th. 1839.
W .LLIAM B. BIRANNON, of Edgefield.
has been duly appoitted Brigade In
ipee'tor, of' the second Brigade of the South,
Carolina Militia, with the rantr of' Majior, arfd
xill be obeyed aind respected accordingly.
By order of Brig eadier Genm. E. G. Talbert.
- B. F. NICHOLSON.
d 5 Brignde e1 or.
W M. F. DURISOt-: is aimhorized to settle
thne acconnts of "the Edlgfield A dverti
er," due Labeord' & Jones; all tiersones in'debt-.
dare regnestedl to come forward anmrd make im
nediate puaymen't. M. LA150RDE.
Feb. 27. 1839. tf 4
Sa int ing.
'TH E Subscriber w ould intormi the public that
e.he has commenced tihe btisitness of house
Paiting aid Glaz~ing. Paper-ianiginer, Grain
ng and imitation olf Stone and mairb'ie, & c.
le assures the putblic that their work shall be
vel exegnttr d, and he hopes that by strictatten
ion teo business, and doing it with neatness and
lespatch. to receive aliberal share eof patronage.
All orders from the country will be thankfully
-eeteived. and punictually attenided to, on the
nost reasenable terms.
D. W. TIBB3ETTS.
March 1, 1539 er 5
J W. Wimbisi, Admr.
David Cobb. Thomas Cobb. et Il.
3T appearing to my satistiictio,: that John C..
Ber;ine: and wife Eliza, formerly Elia
-Cobb. defendants in this case. reside- without
the limits of this State:'On motion of Bellinu.
ger, solicitor for complainant. Ordeied that said
absent Defeadants do plead, aiswer. or deiu r
to the complainaant's bill. within three months
from the publication of this order, or the said
bill wilI be taken pro confesso, against them.
J. TL RRY, c. X. Z .
Commissioner's Office. .
Edgefield. farch ? 130) 4 $875 a, 6
OIL AND LEAD..
UST received and for .-:de. low for cash, a
-arge lot of Linseed Oiland White Lead, of
vaious qualities, and of the most approved
Also, a large assortment of BRUSHES, of
all sizes, coistantly on hand.
P-rsons about to paintwill do well to call and
exatine ourstock beftorejpurclasing elsewhere..
T. H. COOK & CO. Draggists.
Hamburg, Dec 12, 1836 tf 46
1laister of Paris.
JUST received, a lot of Plaister of Paris,
and for sale low by the barrel, by
H. R. CokK & CO Druggists.
Hamburg. Dec 12, 1836 tf 46..
The Pendleton Messenger and Greenvillo
Mountaineer, are requested to publish the a
bove until forbid, nad forward their accounts
to the subsci ibers at Hamburg. H.R.C.&Co.
ANAWAY from the Subscri
ber on the night of the 5th of
February last, from my place two
miles from Hamburg, 6. C. a negro
man named' BEN,' about forty-live
. / years old, five feet six inches high.
The above reward I will par for
delivering him to me, or putting him
i jailso that I cia' get him. -
Hamburg, March 26, 1837' tf 8
T HiE Firm of RamwRoe o a
dissolved on the thrtithday of Juane,
1858, by mutual consenst: Persons indebted to
them can settle with C. Rhodes or N.Ramey,
at the old stand. COLLIN RHODES, -
One of the I irm of R. It. &r Co.
Pottersill,. leh 25. 1889 . d 4
, 1HE Firm of Rhodes, Ramney A- Gibbs was
1 dissolved on the first day of January,
l@, by its own limitatiin: Persons indebted
to thencan settle with C. Rhodes or N. Ramey
at Poatersville, COLLIN RHODES,
One of the Ftrm of .R. O G.
Pottersville, Feb 25, 1839 d 5
T HE Copar.nershis ot' GOODWVIN,IAR
RIN G TON 8 CO. was dissolved on the
first inst. by its own limitation. All persons in
debted to us, are requested to call and settle their
Notes amd Accotints, as we wish to close the bu.
sness'of the concern. Tlose indebtet; to the
old firm of Goodwin * IBarrington, are remind
ed that their Notes and Accounts are of lot g
standing, and further indulgence cannot be
iven. '10,- .M, - I
- C. L. GOODWIN,
H. L. HARRINGTON,
B. C BRYAN.
Edgefield, C. H. Jan 12,1839 ac 50
EiE Subscriber have formed a Co
partnership in the MERCHANT TAIL.
ORING Business. under the firin of Harrin.
ton A. Bryan. und will kme constantly ot. hanid,
:, ..enri assotimenmt of de miost Fashionable
\rsicleat. ini their line, that the Northern anid
:otnthera markets will aft'ord.
They feel thainkaul for the liberal patronager
heretof ore extenaded towards them, and hope by
strict attention to business, and a dispos'tion to
please, to receive a continance of the same.
[I. L. HARRIli\TON,
B. C. BRYAN.
c~ddgenecld C H. Jana 12, 1838 ac 58
COJL .LiND WlOOD
COOKI'4G STOVES, &c.
T HlE und--rsiened has jnist received a large
sutpptly of improvedSTOVE.S for Coal
and Wood. of entire new' patterns. atnd of va
rionis sizes v'iz:
The-Peovile's Coat or Woodt Cooking Store
Suiperior to any heretofore in nse, not only on
acectmt of convw nience. the perfect mann,-r in
which the cookinag is perfornmed. butnalso on ac
count of the economty of futel whaich it effects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Grate,.
*hach for beauty and economy excels all others,
producing greater effect with less fuel.
The Pardor and fll Stovel
passing heat from the basementt totheupper part
lhhrough fates inato the fiear corners, and through
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin;
with plaitn na urn tops. for wood or camil new.
ly cottstrucoted with swelled back, sunk hearth,
oor front. &c.
The Ship and Steam Rloat Stotne,
rialculated to cook for 50 or 200 persons, with
Iess fuel and greater conavenience than any ether
stove nowv in utse.
Also, a Variey-of SMALLER STOVES,
with thme same imnprovemenats.
T he.Bor 6 8& 9 Plate Atove,
opena and plain tops, of various sizes,frone IR to -
Also. American, English and Russio. Sheet
Iron. Store Pipe. Sheeting ad Brazing Cop.
per. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of whic'h he offers for sale tow for Castr,
or approved paper, at No. 108 Broad street at..
the .'inof thme Coffee Pot. and directly opposite
the P ige & Phoenix Hotel. Augnati.
*,* The hightest price will he given for Old
Peweter. Capper. Brass anid Lead.
Augusta. Ga. Oct. 22, 1&8. tf 39
Bleached Winter Strained
* LetsPIP OiL.
NI i Sub.a-ribeas hreceived a suapply of
'he above article - rv suerirqatnaty..