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Ihe thorough bred HOrsc
W ILL stand the ensuing 'pring Seaso t,
commencing on we 10th of .tla.cu, at
Ws. Edward'e; .1th at Mt. Willing; 12th at
Perry's Store; 13th at Coleman's ;< Roads;
l4that Ma. J. C. Allen's; 15th at Avery Bland's;
16th as F;efield.C. House; 17th and 18th at it.
Wird's:.visiting each stand every ninth day.
antil the 10th of June.
He will be let to mares at Eigbt Dollars the
oingle leap, Twelve the season, and F-ifteen to
insure. In every instance the insurance money
will become due as soon as the mare is known
to be with foal, exchanged, or removed from
the District. A company of seven mares shall
be entitled to a deduction of $1 on each mare,
b~each man in the club becoming responsible
fir the whole. R. WARD.
.Description.-Her Cline is a beautiful blood
bay, 15 hands 3 inches high, of stately form,
Xreseuting a commanding & beautiful froiat;.in
tact, his fore hand is remarkable fine. lie is a
aere foal getter. He has run and won many
races in this State, Virginia, and Marylanid.
When he left the turf, he was regarded one of
6e best three-mile horses in the State. and two
miles unequalled, and although he has run
many hard races, lie never broke dowtn. ant
his limbs are yet as fine as when a colt. At
three years old,after winning the great stake at
Baltimore, (seeTurfRegister,) hie owner, Wm
R. Johnson. of Virginia, was offered 'and re
fused five thousand dollars for him.
- His-colts are generally very promising, pat
*king of the old Sir Arcby stock, his sire; are
itrumely docile and gentle, itearly all making
good family horses, (whore the dam is of ,ood
tempe-,) a very important c ideration. His
price too, is much lower tha% y other hoise
ever stood it this country, when his color.
form, size, perfonnances and fine Pedigret. are
Uken into consideration.
Ped gre.-Her-Cline was got by Old Sir
Archv, his dam, Georgiana, was got by Col.
Alston's Gallatin, son of imported Redford: his
g. dam by Calypso, by imported Knowslev; g.
g- dam by Eclipse. (sonof imported 0bscurity,)
~g. g. m Skipwith's Figure; g. g. g. g.
mported orse Bailor's Fearnought, out of
thorough bred mare.
WM. R. JOHNSON.
March 4, 1839 f 5
State of South t'arolina.
$ IV. Wimbish, Admr.
Navid Cobb. Thomas Cobb, eiral.
IT appearing to my satisfactio:. nt John C
Bergier and wife Eliza, formerly Fliza
Cobb, defendants in this case. reside 'without
thulimits'of this State: On motion of Bellin
ger, solicitor for complainant, Ordered that said
absent Defendants do plead. answer. or denur
26 the complainant's bill. within three months
*'ont the publication of this order. or the said
bill will be taken pro confesso, arainst them.
. TE.RRY, c. a t. D
fid-eld, March 8. 1839 $8 75 ac 6
-State of South Carolina.
land wife and others,
vs. Bill for
- George Bowie, Partition.
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that Sam
uel Norwood and Lucinda his wife. Rich
ard Hodges and Mary his wife, George Weath
siall, and George Bowie, Defendants in this
vase, reside beyond the limits of this State:
Ordered, that they severally do appear and
plend, answer or demur to the bill aforesai, ,
within three months from the publication of
this order,or the said bill will,as to themnrespec
tively, be taken pro confesso.
BENJ.Y. MA RTIN, C. Z. A. D.
28th February, 1839.~ sant $11 .7; ac 5
State of south i.arobe.
William Chiles,) Bill to have re
..vs funded part
*icent Griffin and others.) of'Legacy.
TNHE Complainant having filed his bill in
inmy office,.and it apearing to my satis
f pti on that William Walier Seuir. William
Wior, Jun. Doctor Mordecai, atnd Caroline
his' ife, and George Holt and Mary Ann his
ivife, defendants named in the said bill are.
end do reside without the litmits of this State ;
Therefore it is ordered, that the said defendants
do 'per and plead. answer or demur, to the
said bil, within three months from this date, or
the bill will be taken pro confesso as to them.
- BENJ. Y. MARTIN
?e2,13 , w a $11.75 ae 4
State of South Carolina.
ABBEVi L LE DIS TRICT.
IN THE OOMMON FLEAS.
Vade Speed, surviving partner
of Watkins & Speed, for the Attachment
3t0-of John W~atkins, - ina
-vs I Debt.
-Adolphus J7. Sale. J
ohbn Watkins, Adinr.-of H. M. Attachment
* vs. Same. . Assumpsit.
-T HE Plaintiffs, in the above stated aeases,
- . having filed their declaration in my Of
* ee,-otn the twenty-second day of Novet'nhrr,
1838, and -the defendant having no wife or at
torney known to be in this State, upon whom
- 6py ef'tho'said 'declaratioias can be serv'ed:
therefore Ordered, that the said defendant do
sjps zd makcehis definee within a year anid
ay from theihing of the said declarations, or
Snalndabisole judgments will be awarded
JNO.-F.LIVINGSTON, c.o v.
State ofSouth Ca: olina.
IN THE CJOMMON PLEAS.
Zark S. Anthony
-vs . Attachment: Jebt.
*DruI:aiv . Attachmaent: Assmp
surnig partner - Attaichrnentr
Ppetiyin i above caseshIn,
filed-their declaranions in niy Office, and t
-defindanthaving ao"Wife oattordefyknown to
-be iga this State, upon whoun a'opy of'the dec.
a-lratigan, wvitha -special order of the 'Coerr en
lorised-thereon,-can -be seryear theitefore- or.
dered thauhe said AdolphuasJ. Sale doiar
andmake-isdefence, withina year 'nl
from the filia~i thedechirations as aforsai ,
or fend and ha~olte 'udgment will beddorth
'iigivenamnd aw *eda-a'nst him.
. 3110. F. LIGSTON, c. c. .
T he Clefbrated Thorouilh Bred Horse
W ILL .,tand tue ensuing Spring season,
.it the following places, %iz: at Abbe
viile (our, Hou.-e; at Mr. Viinceint Gridin'-.
(near White Hall,) and at the Subscriber's
P'lanitation, (near th. Deadfail.) commiie'ncing
the 4th day of' larch, and will visit the s.ands.
in the above order, once in nine days, through
out the season, which will exipire the 1!.th lay
of June. and will be let to mares at the follow
ing prices, viz: i wenty Dollars the single visit.
Thirty Dollars the season, and Filly Dollars in.
suran'c.-, and One Dollar casha to the Groom, in
every instance In cases (it coinpanie.- of six
mares, the season will be reduced to Twent.
five Dollars for each mare. atid a proporrion
ile deduction for the visit, or insurance by one
individual becoming responsible for all, and ant
individual putting two or more wares of his
own shall have the saune deduction. Mares
will be kept at the subscriber's plantation and
special care taken of them,at Twenty-five cets
per day. The visit and season toney will be
come due at the expiration of the season, and
the Insurance money as soon as the mnre is as
rermuined to be with foal. or transferred, in
which case the own'-r of the mare. when put.
vill be field accountable for the money. All
po.sible care will be taken to prevent accidents
or escapes. but no liability will he incurred for
Description.-NULLI FIER is i beautiful Bay.
handsomely marked. with a deliglhfu, coat
hair. whicl shewa his superior stock. Hi talp.
pearance is cotninandinig-he- is of the greatest
power, substanitiality, and strength. He wli
be nine years old this Spring-is fil sixteen
hands high, having superior size, large bene.
and is as well muscled its any other horse, in
this, or any other country, and has as much du
Performance.-NULLIFit, the Spring hewa.
three years old, rate a Sweep-stakes over tie Je
rusalem Coiurse. mite hents. six subscribers.ine
lludred Dollars entrance.whe, he was beea-n.
a prodigiously hard race. and not more than se
or eight inchesthe second heat. The next w-ek
lie ran. and won a .Sweep-stakes, over the Nor
folk Course. mile heats; Two Hundred Dollar-,
entrance, heating several colts with great eaw:.
particidarly th-- second heat The week after
this, lie ran another Sweep.stakes, over the
Nottaway Course. mile heats. which race le
won three heats, tinder the hirdost drive, ev. r.
heat. He was not then trained till next iprini
He was four years old when he run at Tre'
Hill.a most interesting and hard conte ted rae..
when he was beaten by Goliah. at fihr heats -
Bayard and mans others, were in this race, inf]
Nullifier was only beat one foot th,- last heat.
The next week he went to Baltimore, and rao
over the Central Course. four mile heats, fo.
the Jockey Club purse, when he was beaten by
the flying Dutchman-a very hard race; mani
other hiorses running, hut only these two con,
tending. The next ll fie ran at Broad Ktoch.
two mile heats, which race he won at four heat
beating seven others, after he had lost the firs
and sorcond heats In this race lie got one ;):
his sinews sprung; and has not been trainej
The above is all correct and trne.
W. . JOHNSON.
Peigres.-NLLirizR was got by the cele
brated running horse, Old American Eclips.
son of the celebrated Atmerican runinig horse.
Old Durock.Roexana,hisdam was by the import
ed horse,Sir Harrv.the best seen oflir Peter Ten
zle. grand dam by the imported horse.Saltru wr
g. grand dan by Col. Synes' :elebrated A
merican hore, Old Wild Air; a. g. erand dam
by triver, g. g g. grand dam by the importet
horse, Fallow; e. g g. g, grand dam by the in.
ported horse, Vamper. I certified copy, from
Virginia.signed by Benjamin Jones. Robert Bs.
Corban. and Francis P. Corban. For his ow
and his colts' performances o the ituf, reference
can be had to the American Turf Reg.& Sport.
ing Magazine. He is a very sure foal getter,
and his colts are large and liave a splendid ap
pearance, and are now running with great -tic
cess, both on the Northern and Sesoithern Cour
se. ARCHIBALD ARNOLD.
P. S.-N:LL.TDER will he in my possession
and care, till the end of the present year. A. \
M-radfi Ahhevnle S P-h ;. ' d
e'brEI AT' TIIis.
7r IllE JACK, formerly owvned by Capt. J.
I s'eaver, w'ill standt dnrmng the sprina ,sea
son, at the following places, viz: a' Jormn imiu
ley's (form'erly Col. Jamees Smisey's) on Fri
day. the eth inst, when the season will com-.
meace; at Dayid Richardson's on Monday, thea
1ith, and remain until 2 o'cloc'k the next day;
at .Mount Willing, on the evening of' the 12th,
and on the 13th until 2 'e'cilock ; at John Den
ny's, on the evening of the 13th. and on the
14th until *2 o'ciock ; at Henry C.Turner's, on
the evening of the 14th, and on the 15th until 2
o'clock. He will atteid the albove named pilt
ces, every ninth day, until the 10th day of June.
whlen the season will end. He will be let tee
mautres at $St the season, and $10 to ensure a
mare to be with foal. Any person putting by
the insurance, and trading or traisferring the
mare, w ithin eleven months from the timne of
putting the mare, will be held liable for the in
surance mney, which will lbe Conasidered due'
as soon as such trade or transfer is made. Any
person making up a comnpiny of six mares,
and hecomuing res ponsible for the same, shall be
entitled to a deduction of $1 on each umre.
T he Horse YOUTNG PRESIDENT is a
handsotte chestnut son-el, full 15.4 :auds high,
elegant form 'and fittnre, rising 8 veners ole. Hie
will standl at thme sa ne time and pla.-'es wvithi the
Jfact. and wiill be let to inares at the same rates,
and be matnaged by the same groom. Any
peruoti puettingr to either the Jack, or 1torse, by
the seasoun. and failing to get a colt, shall have
another chance, ias long as I keep either, for the
same money. The season money will lie due
on the 1st d'ay of December next.' All possible
care witl he taken to prevent accidents, but no
responsibility for any.
PE DIGR EE.-Yonng President was got h'
Dld Presiden'. of Kentney, atid came out of e
Janus mare. Old President by Hamniltnian.
aned lie by the imported Diomede. The bloodta
af the sire anal data are both so well known he
he community at large that I deem it unnee -
mary to say any thineg more aboutthe bood
tither side. BEVERLY BURTON
-Marc'h4, 1839i . ,
LLprosindebtsado eb Estate o lM
atf ardeceasedt arequestd to
na'liaiediateapafmenti and those havingde
nad a'oitthe,aid:Estate,'are requested to
preet't eiaJdini ased.
BA*UEL IST EVENS, Adm'r'.
$ft~ ew ard.
ANW Yfrom the subseri
ber on'the night oihe 5th of
-February last; (rain mv place two.
et miles from Hamburg, . C. a o
S man named BEN, about orye
years old five'feet six inches high.
The :above reward I will -pay for
- -dehivdring'him to me, or puttmng him
n jsiso-that I cane get him.
Hamburg ar-et6, 1837 .. tfR
- OOE &NelsPRXINGr
fl Every description-ezecuited with
~neatness. anid flespiatch, at-the-Oilice
ithe EneOWVxx5 ADVBaTI.S=.
New Spring and Summer
T HrE Snbscriberq beg leave to inform their
customers and the public generally, that
they are receiving and opening a splendid as
biitig tid Sinm ttei' Good s;
E ..bracing every variety of Britioh. French
and American, Staple and Fancy Goods.
which have beeni selected with areat care.
They .nvite their frienods to give them a call,
and they shall have good bargains.
G. L. & E. PENN & GO.
Marclh 21, 183 7 tf
Ipring and Summer
L0THING.-Tie subscribers have jutt
received a handsome and general assort
ment of goods for I sent's Spring and Summer
Coat.-, Pants, and Vests, which they are pre
pared to leave made tp. in the very best style,
and on the most reasonable terms.
G. L. & E. PENN & CO.
March21. 14:9. 7 tf
'N L1 GOODS.
T H E Subscribers have just received from
New York a general assortment of
.Spring Itnd Summer Goods, of the latest and
mos! fashioniable articles in their line.
They consist in part of:
Gro, d'etats. Thibet, French cloths, Gam
Grass lineni and linen drillings, for Sum.
Cassimere. Chally Vestings, Stocks,
Collars, Bosoms. Gloves, ?uspenders,
Fine Hats, and Umbrellas.
They keep constantly on hanid. a general
assrtment of MILITA RY TRIM MINGS, of
nl kinds: and they are prepared to execute all
order-. with despatch.
They invite their customers. and the public
generally, to call and examine for theisel ves
HARINGTON & BRYAN.
Edtefidal C. H April 1. 1-I39 tf 9
.lew Spring & Summer
I UOi.-The subscribers be:: leave to in
V torm their friends, and the public geuer
ally, that they hav just received a large assort
8taple & Fancy Goods.
-uitble for the season. Embracing almost
every variety of Fancy Goods. that are usually
.ept in this market Their Goods have been
selected with great care. and they feel confi
dent that they are able to give their customers
satisfaction, 'with regard to prices ad qunlity
They invite their friends, and etstomers. to
aill and examine their Stock, and buy Goods
at low prices.
They feel thankful for past favors, and hope
to merit a continuance of public patronage.
NICHOLSON & PRFSLEY.
March 'A. '9 if 8
-e'w Spring & Summer
(0DS.-The sub-crber having just re
tairined from Charleston. is now receiv
ii:: aid opining a zeneral and complete assort
ment of Fancy and Staple
which have been selected with great care, and
will he dispoesed of, on as reasonable terms, as
any in this market He! respectfully invites
his old customers. and all who may feel dispo
sed, to call and e-amine his Stock.
C. A. DOWD.
March 28, 1839. tf 8
Columbla .tasugusta Stage,
'P IS Stage leaves Columbia every
U Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 2
o'clock, P. M. and arrives in Augusta, next day
at 7 o'clock. P. M. Leaves Augusta every
Monday, Thursdayand Saturday, at 3 o'clock,
A X. and arrives in Columbia next day. at q
o'clork, A. M. Every thing is new and well
provided, on this line, and in excellent order.
aid no pains will he spared to make every
thing agreeable to pissengers.
DOUGLAS6 & WARD.
March 7 tf 5 Proprietors.
FOL SA LE.
.. Land-a part not cleared. On
the premi.-es are a good Dwvelling House. 1 sto
ry and a halt' high, with five rooms-a large
franmed Kitchen and Smoke-house-an excel
lent Well of pure water. For particulars en
qat~re at this Office.
Feb 14, 1839 tf 2
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Satmpson Kilcrease, vs. FoREiGN ATTACK
Wiley Freeman uuinT Assumes.
71 H E Plan tiffin this case havig,oin the 14th
.Eday ot May, 1838, filed his declaration in
the Clerk's Office, and the defenedant having no
wife or attorney, knowne to be in this State tupon
whom a copy of the said decharation may be
served: It as therefore ordere'd,tlhat the saidl de
fendant do appear & make hi. defence within
a year and a day from the filing of the said det.
laratien, or final arid absointe judgnment will be
awarded to the said plaintiff.
(Gj.t ltGlE Pt 'PEl,c. c. p.'
Clerk's Office, May 14th, 1838. In
. "tate of' "outh Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
David Ouzie. vs ATTACIIMENT,
William Drum. AssuursiT.
T H E Plaintiff in this case having this day
fled his declaration in the Clerk's Office,
and-the Defendatnt haviingno Wife or Attorniey
known to be in this State, ti pe whom a copy
ef the said declaration may beserved: There
fore ordered, thanhie said defendant do appear
and make his defence within a year and a day.
fronm the filing of the said declaration, or final.
and abisolutejudgnment will be forthwith awar
ded to the maid Plaintiff.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. e.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield, May 14, 1838 15
tate O4 south Outrolina.
IN 1HE COMMON PLE AS.
Chadres-lprotll, Adm'r of? ATCMN
Duey"E.Liford, dec'd vs. .ATTscnSIT.
Jama -Donald. Asurr.
'3HE Plaint f' in thiis case having, on the
3.20th day of March, 1838, filed his decla
tionin my office. and the defendaar having no
wheoattre~nw to beina this State.upon
wmacopy of the declaration. with a special
order ofthie conrt enadorsed thereon ucan be serv
ed:Therefore'ordered~that the said Jamies Don
afd do appear and make his. defence within a
fear and aday from thtefinig of theeelaration
ii aforesaid, orhfial &. absolute judgment will*
be forthiwith given and awarded against him.
JAS. WARtDLAw. c. C. P.
Clerk's Office 1 1th May. 1i18. It',
M Y .5 SE and LOT. in the Village of a
Edltefield, apon terms to suit a purchaser
in my-absence, apply to Col. Baukett
Akh~It if lIS
Abbeviiel -48tt Feb. I39..
T HI following Regiments and Corps of
te Militia of this State, will parade for
Review and Drill. and the iticers and Ser
geams will assemble in E-ncampment at the
times and places following, viz:
The 15th Regimrent of Infliatry will parade
for review and drill. at Williamson's, on Tues
day the 2d of April next.
The 14th Regiment of Infaitry, at Orange
buig. on 'hursday the 4th of April.
The Olicers aid Sera eaests of the 4th Bri
gade will atssetble in enc;amtputmnr ,at Acrabee.
(Mor--ion's farm) near dhe i4uarter House, on
Monday the 8lt of %pril next, to remain ell
camped six days. according :o law.
The 1lth and 17th Regiments of infantry,
the Charleston Ancient Battalion of Artillery,
and the Charleston Light Dragoons, will parade
for review and drill. at the Charleston race field,
on Thursday the 18th of April next.
The Oficers and Sergeants of the 8th Briz
ade will assemble in encaIp meunt, at such place
as the Brigadier General of that Brigade may
appoint, amd toport to he Cmmander-in-hief.
on ionday he 2 of April.
The 3d Regiment of Infantry will parade
for review and drill, at Conwayborough, on
Monday the 29th of April.
rh- :2d Itegiment of Infaintry, at Marion C.
H. on Thursday the :d of May next.
Tie 31st Regiment of Infantry, at Black
Mingo, on Saturdaty the 4th of May.
The 13th Regiment of Infantry, at Walter
boro, on Saturday the 11th of May.
The 12th Itegineti of Infantrv, at Coosaw
hatchit-, on ruesdai the 14th of May
The 43d Regim,:nt of Infantrv. at Baford's
Bridge, on Friday the 17th of Afay.
Th~e officers alid Sergeants of the 3d Brig
ade will assenhie in encampmient. at Barnwell
C. H. on Monday the 20th of May.
The 3d itegiment of Cavalry .%i!l parade for
review and drillar Barnwell C. H. on Satur
day the 25th of May.
The lIth Regimrint of Infantry, at Ashley's,
on .1londay the 27th of May.
The 7th Regiment of IIfantry, at the Old
Wells con Wednesday the 29th of lay.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry, at Richard
son's, on Saturday the 1st of June next.
'I'he 9th Regimerit of inftntry, at Lowe's, on
Tuesday the 4th rif June.
The 2d Iegim-nt of Cavalry, at Abbeville
C. II. oni Thutiday the 6ith of June.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry. at Morrow's
0ld Field, on Saturday the Mth of June,
The thi Regiment of Infantry, at Lomax's,
on Tuesday I1th of June.
The 40h Regiment of Infantry, at Boyd's,
on Thursday the 13th of Juie.
The 41st Regiment of Infantry, at Park s
old Field, oia Saturdat the 15th of June.
The 10th Re.:iiment of Cavalry, ai such pla-e
ae the Brigadier General of the. 5th Brigade of
Cavalry may appoint. and report to the A. i.n
tant and Inspector General, on Tuesday the
lNth of June.
Tie 3lth Regiment of Infantry, at K-ller's
Old Field, on Thurs-lay the 20th of June.
The 39th Regiment of Infantry, at Long's,
or such other conveiiient place in tha; neigh
biurhood, as may be selected by the Command
ant ot' that regiment. and reported to the Adjpi
tant General, on Saturday the 22nd of -June.
The 24th Regiment of Infantry, at Wills
boro'. on Tuesday the 25th of June
The 25th Regiment of Infantry, at Win.
boro', ont Thursday the 27th iif June.
The 6th Reginent of Cavalry, at Yongue's,
on Saturday the 29th of June.
The 27th Regiment of Infantry, at Oliver's
Old ield, on Tirmaday the -nd of July next.
The 26th Regiment of Infantry, atghester
ville, (in Thursday, the 4th of Juil.
The 34th R.-giment of Infantry, at Yorkvillo
on Monday. the dth of July
The 46th Regiment of Infantry, at Ebenezer
on Wednesday the 10th of July.
The 35th Regiment of Infantry,. at Union
Court House on Saturday the 13ti of July,.
The 45th Regiment of Infantry, near the
Burtt Factory, on Tuesday the lt6th of July.
The 37h Regiment of Intiotry, at Wilkin'.,
Old Field. on Saturday the 20th of July
The Offic,-rs and Sergeants of the 9th Blrig
adle of Iiiffantry. nind 9th Regiiment of Cavalry
will assemble in etncanpment at Gafitey's Old
l'ield on Monday the 42d of July.
The 9th Regiment of Cavalry will parode
for review iad drill, at uiafney's Old Field on
Saturday the 27th of Jitly.
The 365th Regiment of Infantry, at Titmmotas'
Old Fie-ld, ont Monday the 29th of July.
The 1st Regimet of Infantry, at Bruton's on
Thursday thme 1st of August next.
Thte 3rd Regiment of Infantry, at Toney's
Old Store. on Saturday the 3d of August.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 1st Brig
ade of infantry. andr 1st regiment of Cavalry.
will assemble in enicaunmment at Pickeneville,
mar Menday thc 5th of August.
The s eg iameant of Cavalry will parade for
review and drill, on Saturday the 10th of Au
gust, at Pickensville.
The .;th Regimenat of [nfantry, at Hunters,
on Monday the 12th of Auut
The 2d Regiment of Infaitry, at Hall 's ona
Thursday the 1.5th of August.
Thte 4i2d Reginment of Infantry, at Minton,
on Saturday die 17th of August.
The 4th ilegiment of Inftanry, at Verrennes,
on Tuesday the 20th of August.
The Officers a ad Sergeants of' the '2d Brigade
of infantrry, and 2d Regitment of Cavalry, will
assemble ta encampmetatr L-ngtnires, (Shi
bevs) on Monday the 26th of Anzannt.
The ijthecers an'd Sergeats of t.ae 10th~ Brig
ade of [ifatry, and l0th~ [tegiment of Cavtlry,
will asisemnble in encamipmentt, at Belfast, inn
Monday dhe 9th of Septemher next.
The Otlicert and Sergeants of' the 6th Bri
gade of Infanttry, anid 0th Regimtent of Cavalry,
ill assemuble- in e-ncamp'ment, at Yong ue's, on
afonday thte 1i6th of September.
The Odirers and Siergeaats, of the 5th Bri
;ade of Inifantry, and 5th Ret iment of Cavalry,
will desemnble in encampment, near Camden,
n Monday the 23d of September.
The 5th'Regiment of Cavalry will parade for
-eview ania drill, at Camden, ont Saturday tha
18th of September.
The 21st Ratgiment of Infantry, an Lancaster
Dourt House. on Monday thne 30th of Sept.
The-28th Regiment of Infantry, at Chester
ield Coart House, en Thursday the 3d of
-The 0tlyRegimerni of Infantry, at Bennet
ille, on Saturday the 5th of October.
Thes 29th Regiment of Infantry, at Darling
on Court -House, on Tuesday 8 th of 00
The 22d Regiment of Infantry, at Camden,
n Saturday die 12th of October.
The.20th -Regiment of Infantry, at the Swim
tinri Pens, on Tuet-day the 15th of October.
The 44th Regiment of Infanstry, at Sumter
ille, on Thursday the 17th oif October.
The Officers and Non-Commtissaioned Officers
fthe 34tha Regiment of Infantry will asseuible
er drill, on Saturday-thte 6th of-July.
The.Offic 'ra and Sergeants of the I1th, 36th,
t, and 21st Regiments of Infaniry; being en
amped the week previous to their reviews, are
cused, with their Corporals. frotn assembling
t their Regimental parade grouands for dril.
revious to their respective revtews. All other
15i--era and Non-Commission~er Officers. (in
lding the Corporals of Cavalry Regiments
thero the Officers and Sergeants of such Regi
tents are encamped) will assembale for'drilraand
strtiion on the day previous to their tespec
The Catvalry Corps not othaerwise ordered
:eve, mill pnenda with the infrntry Regima.en.
most convenient, either by Company, or Squa
The Commandants of Regiments will be pre
pared to answer promptly, upon the field, on
the day of their respective reviews, any ques
;ioins relative to the effective and field strength,
the arms- and equipments, of their respective
The annual Birigade returns will be made bp
and transmitted b% the Brigadier Generais, to
the Adjutant and is4pector General, at Edge
field Cou t flouse. by the 1st of November next
according to the bank forms heretofore furnish
ed it, !i.ei.
The Ma;or Generals and Staff, and Briga.
dier Generals and Staff will attend the en
campmenLi and reviews of their respective Di
visions and 13rigades.
The Brigadier Generals are charged with the
extension. :o their (:ommands. of so much of
this order as relates to their respective Brigades.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief
[C] 5 h Adj, & Isp. Gen.
LLt. UTIVE LLPALTMLNT,
-CULUtBZA MARCA 13,1d39.
By His Excellency PA TLC A N0BLE Esq.
Uovernor and Coumnnunder-in-chief, in and acc
the State of South Caroulina.
W HEiLEAS, information has been receiv
ed in this Department, that a most at
trucions murder was committed in Laurens
vlstrict, on the tith of this mouth. by Carter
Parker on the body of Jeferson Rowland. and
thatsaid i'arker has fid thAi justice.
Now, know ye, that to the end. instice may be
done, and that the said Carter Parker may be
brought to legal trial and condign punishment
for ins olfence, as alor.:said. I do hereby offer a
reward of THR0A. HUNDRI-.D DOLL4S,
for his apprehensio: and delivery into any jail
in the State. Carter Parker is described as
being about U years of age, about i feet IJ inch
high. light colored hair, neard inclining to red
dishness, rather a thin vi:ape. sandy complexion
talks quick,and cut. his words short; face tolera.
bly broad at the eyes. but narrow at the chin; a
small piece broken off of one of his front teeth;
broad shoulders, slender waist, has a habit of
sucking his teeth, large k nees and k nock kneed;
he ia t blacksmith by trade, and fiond of ardent
Given tnder my hand and seal of the State.
at Columbia. 13th day of March, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred anid thirty-ninte, and in the sixty third
year of the Independetnce of the United
States of America.
By the Governor.
M. LABORDE, Secretary of State.
larch 2J. i38 f 7
lNew Spring and Suinner
T HE Subscriber niorms his friends and
twe pubhe generally, that helas just re
ceeed frot -New York, a cotuplate assort.
ment of Stapie iancy, Spring and Sam
taer Goods-amnong wincli are,
3-4 4-4 b-1 and u-4 brown & beached Shirt.
ings and Sheetings,
A handsome assortment light col'd Prints.
50 'pieces iight col'rd London do.
French prints and prii.ted Jaconet,
Mourning and half mourning prints and
Super printed Lawns,
4-4 and -4 Cambncs and cambric Muslins,
6 wiss and book .M uslins,
Jacouet, plaid and stripe do.
Lyonnaise and brocade do.
Ladies and gent's white and black, silk H. S.
and kid Glot es,
"A -Cotton anid thread do.
"6" Misses black and white nett,
Lace and Ganze do.
A handsome assortment of gauze and satin,
and Mantua Ribbous.
Beat Italian sewings, black, blue black, and
assorted by the quantity,
Hem-stitched, and super linen cambric Hkfs.
Men s ind boys Pongee do.
Ladies'ganze, ifernani, gro-de-nap and sew
ing silk Hkf's.
4-4 Irish linens and linen lawt,
Plain, inserted and frilled bosoms and linen
8-4 and 1I)-4 table diapcr, 3-4 bird. eye and
6-4 '1-4 and 1t0 4 dmask table covers,
French nuams a towels,
Freacteh brow.n and grass Linens.
Wite and brown linen Drilling.
Super rmb'd do.
A variety oflCotton do. col-d, anad striped for
Cases of iah leaf:.ad willow Hoods,
Englishi evmi straiw Bonnets,
A latrgh assortmaent of silk and cotton hose
and half H ose,
3-4 and 4-4 plaid and striped domestic,
Silk, s::tina, and Marseilles Vesting,
Parasols and Umubrelias.
Furniture, dimnitv and fringe,
Black bomnbazines and merinios for Coats,
Paris needle workdl muslin capes & collars,
French baskets, bleached Russia Sheetinirs.
Aniy thing like a geneietal enunterati-m ofar
ticles is inmpjratctble; but these in addition to'
his formner stock, make it sufficiently extensive,
andhe trusts his lrices are sutlliciently moder
ate to be worthy the attention of all weho wtsh
to supply themselves with articles in his line.
His former customers and all .who buy in this
market, will do himi', and perhtaps thieinsalves
a fits or. by exaining his assortment before
purebasing. Jh .B OD
Hlamburg, March 13, 1839. 7 tf
TIIAYED from the subscriber on the 26th.
ahy of January, one hay Horse, about 12
years ol age, left eve out. with a star in his face.
Also. one bay Colt, two years old this spring
with a star in the lace, and a small blemish min
the left eye. Any person taking up said horses
and giving information to the subscriber, livin
on Swveet Water Creek, Edgefield-District, shall
hte liberally rewarded for thesamne.
- -MARTIN II. DAY.
February 4. 1839 .~ . g
ALL Persons indebted to the late Chri -
tian Breithaupt, dee'd., are requ..st
ed to make immediate payment. And ill
persons -having demnands against the estate
of said deceased are requested to present .
JOHN BAUSKETT, Ez'or.
Brought to the Jail
F' this District, a small Negro Man, about
-F 30 years of age. about 5 feet 5 cr86 inch
es high,, who says hus name is George, and that 4
he belong. to Stephen Bowers. livinag ini New-.
berry. The owner is requested to come for-t
ward. prove property, pay charges and take.i
him away. C. J. GLOVER, I. E. D.
April-10. 1839 if 11
T ECprnrhpof Kernaghan & Re.'
neo ambturg, So. Ca., was dissolved
>a the 23d instant, by mutual consent. Taue I
Business hereafter will be continued:by Thom- c
as 'Kernaghnan, otn his own account. He will I
eceive all money due the lato "fintn and will ii
ettle the debtsn f the saume. -
P. H?. ROON4EY.
Hamburg. 23. 1829. Hm* A
FOh REVIVING THE
T HE Subscriber, in proposing the re-es
tablisismenm of the southern Review,
deeims it unnecessary to refer to'the hiskory oi'
that work, which is already in tle possession of
the pullic,or to dwell on the high estimation in
wnich it was held both at home and abroad. du
ring the period of its continuance. Sudlice it
to say, that its career, though brief, was, as all.
admit, brilliant-creditable to the South and-tu
the %aiole .%merican Union. Its failure-the
subject of universal regret-was, owing, it is
well known. riot to a destitution of talent and'
public spirit, but arose 1st, from its limited cir
culation, which was by no means adequate to
sustain a work of' such magnitude, and 2ndly,
from the political differences which agitate4 the
country abuut the time of its discontinuance,
dividing the friends of Southern Literature in
to two great parties. and preventing that har.
nony of opinion said co-operation i. the die.
cussion of leading questions, which is desirable
in a work professediy devoted to the cause of
the South and the whole South.
It is proper to consider first, the utility 'of
Reviews, regarded as organs of the literary
rit and opinions of the age, and secondly,
importance and necessit of establishing such
a work at the South, at the present time. On
the first Roint, it is scarcely necesary to say,
much, in the present advanced stage of period
ical literature. Ably conducted Reviews-are
the offspring of a high state'qf civilization, as4
are the best evidence,-now-a-days, that can be
furnished of intellectual advancement, and the
prevalence of a pure and elevated philosophyi
'he Inst half century has produced .few. au
thors of eminvace. either in -Great Britain. or
America, in comparison with the half oentury.
that preceded it, and the reason probably is, not
that there has been a want of genius, talent and
scholarship in this confstsedly intellectual agu'
but simply because distinguished scholars have'
found a readier and a better oigan thro"i'
which to act directly on the public mind in a
views, than through the medium of booksi-thW
old, more tedious and more expensive method..
If therefore, it be asked, what evidence is or,
can be furnished of the superi6r intelligence.
and progress of the present century-a pro.
gress of which we are so apt to boast-the .re'
ply is that it is to be found in the high character
of the Quarterly Reviews abroad and at home.
If it be affirmed, that we have no native litera.
ture in this country, and therefore no material.
to furnish the round work for Reviews, thean.
swcr is. that our Reviews constitpte:our tive
literature, and that if learningand scholarship
are sought for, they are to be found in our Re
views, which therefore' should be warmly and
firmly supported. as an evidence, and a fair otie,'
of ousr literary pretensions and. our national"
character. Besides, no one' cause. it may be
safely affirmed, has contributed so much to eli-i
rit talent, to awaken literary ambition, andto,.
produce the highest order or fine and powerful,
writing, as the establishment 'of Reviews; and:
maniv individuals have been stimulated to 'ex-*
traordinary efforts, and have been subsequently
known far and wide to fame, in conseqgience ~of
the opportunities-they have enjeda impo'i
ved, of contributing sncessful Ito works of so
influential and highly respectable a chaiacter--'
individuals. who, otherwise, in all-probability
would never have been- tempted to test their
strength on the literary arena with suchiompet-.
itors as they would be' likely to meet there.
The great aim of Reviews is, to discuss sub.
jects learnedly,thoroughly,profoundly-in such
a manner as to bear upon the whole social sys.
tem. and proiuce a broad de and permanent
impression upon thegeneral rc ter'o-a
ple: In one word, their- object is to ai
knowledge, not to foster prejudices-to-create,
direct and control-not to ecto opinins-.-to
produce beneficial changes u=o ;rlage scale
-not to perpetuate or.even tlrate existing a
buses. It is obvious, therefore, that while, in
the infancy of American litirature, a spirit of
indulgence has been felt and extended to dh
faults of our lighter periodicalswhich are rap
idly issued from the.priss, and 'which haive
seaved as vehicles ofnen. for the ttenpt of the'
isere literary debutant, .Quarterly. 'Reviews,
having higher aims to accomplish,-and intend
in to represent and embody, 0 -the most ow
erfii and attractive form, the opinions onl of
die most enlightened minds 'should he. eon
ducted with a scrupulous regard to' the puret
piinciples of taste, and-to the elevation and ad
vaneement of our literary 'and national char
In respect to the importance and necessity of
establishing such a work att the 'outh at the
present time, therecan- be little-doubt in the
rninds of our discerning and public spirited
titizetis. We mnst have such a work, or fall
behind the spirit of the age, which is of a pre
2minently inquisitive and enterprising charac
ter, and the South should have such a work,not
anily from motives of literary, pride and erla
tion, in order to keep -pace with the respectable
advances of the other wide, intelligent,-aud thri
ving sections of the American republic, but also
because the South has, at the present period es
peclily, certain great and leading interests of:
ts own to promote, which can be mnost effectu-=
ally stubserved through the instrumentality of
itich a periodical. It. is not necessary to raiso
:he watery 'against~other portions.ofihejUnion
wvho may f'eel disposed, asathey often do, todif
''r from us an their views of our agricultural, -
onme'tolal ni political interester~but it is im
portarit, -highly so, that we' sabtid ake' our
southern uposinon firmly -in atiidpresent attitude
:if or national affairs;.that %ur posuition should
as clearly known and understoodg both at homie
itud abr'o'id; that we sliould he ready to defend.
murselves nai~d our institutions from all covdif'or
:lien asaultst lhai'trsbound maintain the pria.
nplesto the .Fedora! Co'ntimution in its origin
al int'ention, rith as firm, and- unilincing sp '
md~ promote~the cause orfa pure-and elevate
iterature by .all the idutiements: that can he
:ield out,to stimulate the ambition and pride of
utelligent and chivalic people...
Propoitions have beenlfrequently made here
:ofore for the revival of theSouthern Review,
which tinflrtunately have not been crowned
wi the sneceisitbat was Jappeld or anticipated
'or them. Dif'erent caues have beismrgned
'or the filure ofthprel ''ts but the leading
tne undoubtedly-is, the nelrusavail our.
elvies of aa:veiy favoabestate.;of the publio
'eelin~gzbyfillowing Up'.well digdsted plans
rith -vigorous and conceste4 action. We ve
atstill-folded;our hade a cjqsed our eyes,
ndaliean hav'e comiplansdofuiersl.pthy.
tisbehieved, titat thy present nioinrt,a'vry
leep, genecral and earnest desire pie'rvadfe.the,
inoithern comitunity, or at any rate'the inost
nfluential portion 'of it,ito re-establish adplace
in a permsanenttfoundation,.gQuarterly Rteviel
if the high' st:order.. If~ue subscriber ean en
ist this feeliuqg in his behalf;.he will have rea
on to anticipate. the mnout dattering sucess
therwise his e'forts will be vain.
It is poo d -that each nber of tihe con
empla~tel wrl&aball conataisi at least two'hun.
red and finy 'octave pages of origidal~matter,
kinted-ti,the-beststyhe of the Ameicaress.
L'wnty6vehundred or three theuan.s'b
cribers it.flve-dollaraannlly;1the amoney lie
rig paid. woul'd-yield..au-amount sufliicient to
stablish the ork, and.afford a handsoume re
miieration to wrftora for literary p~ir. A
frong appeal is made to the' ublie-sprtst
itizens or-the-South,. and also of dieWlisiand
eiith West,:already united tous-byitrong tie.
a commereialian agr ietsl gioint of view
-in behalf of the proposed work..
DANIEL K. WHITAKElI
Charlcesant B. 0.1 April iO0J