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IIAMCUKU, S. C. Aug. 26th, 1S39.
Be it therefore ordained, by the luten
dant and Town Council of tlamburg, that
from, aii alier the passing of this Ordi
iance, it shall not be lawful to bring any
liersou that is known to be sick, in the in
corporate lii;ts of said Town, withuut a
special permit from a mttjority of Council,
under a penalty of five hundred dollars,
for snel olkence, and that the Marshal is
hereby ordered, and the citizens requested
to report all violations (if tle above Ordi
nance, and that the above penalty be col
lected from ;uch persons who receive and
bring them into Town.
A true extract from the minutes, passed
JOHN W. YARBOROUGlH.
Clcrk of Conucil.
By the above paragraph it appears that
a diseased person may be bronghi into this
town by the consent of a majority ofCoun.
ci, or by paying Five Hundred Dollars,
by the bringer or the receiver, of such dis
eased persons; suppose neither of them be
'worth five dollars, or suppose the five
hundred dollars be actually paid, out
health. our good ::aie, and ihe life of its
citizens, cannot be sold for live hundred
dollars. nor be put at the caprice of two
or three men ;-a decision of such vital
magnitude at the present juncture, when a
disease is at our door, belongs to the citi
zeos of the whole town, and until such de
cision is had, I shall most boletnly and
absolutely protest against the adntiuug a
diseased person tn town, under any term
whatsoever, at this particular time.
Founler of Hamtburg, S. C.
Hamburg, Aug. 26, 1d39.
From the Cluarleston Courier, Aug 29.
Augusta.-The sickness n this city i
prevailing to a very alarming extent, as
appears by the following extract of a letter,
which we have been permitted to copy
"Augusta Aug. -9.-Our city, is in
great state of exciteteut and alarm.
There were 14 deaths last week ; and there
are now 120 cases of fever-a good antty
of whom cannot hve. I shall leave, hi
evening, for the sand hills, to sleep at night
-and hope that I shall escape. Soie of
our must respectable citizens have had it,
-some have died. Every one that can
leave is preparing to do so."
Another letter, dated 27th, referring to
the disease, which the writer terms " Vel
low Fever," says:
" None have recovered who have been
taken, and many die, in from 3 to 5 days.
Some of our oldest residenti, even of 20
years standing, have fallen victims to the
I'ell destrover. Young and old, strangers
or residents-all are subject to itlisdevasta
ting calamity. Several are now at the
point of death, and two of our most emi
nent physician are at this moment in a very
critical'state. Several heads of fatmilies,
male and female, have already fallen vic
tims to the disease. You cal form t
conception as to the alarm and excitement
existing among the community. Country
people who have visited the city, unaware
of the sickness, immediately flee frot u-4
in a panic. Our..city is likely to be deser
ted, should the disease continue, as the
inhabitants are leaving by hundreds The
medical men here do not acknowledae it
to be the Yellow Fever-but one physi
cian, from New-Orleans, who, of codrse,
has had considerable ex perience, nhesii a.
tingly pronotoces that it is so The sick.
ness is chiefly confined to the lower portiot
of the town."
F ROM FLUlItDA.
The Steamer S.sri:, arrived hern
yest erday, from St Augustinte, by whlic
vessel, we received the News of that plat
of the l'7th inst.
WVe learn thatt six more Indians, wh<
had come in at New Smyrnta, (fur provis
ions were captured, put on tloardl the SAN
'rEE, and taketn to St. Augutstine,. wher(
they w'ere put in conftinemneti.
It is stated that SAM.l oyrs. thte Semi.
nole Chief, paid a visit to Liet Tiom;itsi
at New River, ona the Il-ht inst. ha
evinced strong indignation at the conodne
of the Itndians, in tmurdering the soldiers tl
Col. Hastas 'otmmand..
"In his talk lie said that lhe had found
the wvhite man was his friendt, and that het
would never again raise his hand against
them. H-e has sent a runner to find out
the cause of the horrid mutrder of Col.
Harney's men, and as soon as lhe returns
he is determined to punish the murderers.
lie says he has men with him at present,
but has sent them along the coamst, :tmd it
the int erior to collect the stragsiers, antd het
them unite their strength, that he may
more easily overtake themt. Thtat we
must not for a tmomettt think that hte wil
give over the matter. That he is deter
mined to puntish the Spanish idians.
lRe thiniks there are some white mnet con
nected with them. andl also that Samoly,
the interpreter excited them. or tdhl thema
some lies, lie says that he hats kntowtn
Sandy since lie was a boy, and that he
is a treacherous rascal, that lie has not the
,sense of a wrhite man, he has ntot t he sense
of an Indian, he hastnt the sense of a ane
.gro. That he has been eating white breaud
with the wvhite man, but thatt if he does
not take care he will make hiam eat turtle
We agree wvith the editor of the Nvews,
when he says: " This is all fite, and hooks
capital on paper. But if ouir officers are
wheedled itito a reliance upott snech state
ments, and abate their vicilatnce. they will
findl, whcn too late, that the Indian is nZow
as lie has ever been, a treachterous rascal,
only wva iting for the first favorable momtett
to strike a blow."
"It is ag~ain said, (continues the editor)
that Samn Jotnes has ofi'ered his son, as a
hostage, that lie will performD his hprottiise.
" Sam is too muitch a mian of the world.
though his monvements htave been limited
to Florida, not to know that even were hit
own arm detecteid int plutnging the kntifeitt
to thle white mnn's heart, withitn the nren
of the pickets. his owai son wonihilibe at
sati: as though hme were in a casemnte at For
tress 11 nnroe. The risinig feeling of in
digtnatiott wouald hbe checked by thet itfltt
ence of opinion, and nto matnoultd lie foundme
so hardy or lost, ats wotul coi tihet opera-.
tion of a1 senitimtettt which woutld irretriev
ably statmp him with disgrace. The ofler
of his son, therefore amounts to tiothting.
had an interview with him, thus:-ofslight si
elastic frame, six feet high. a mild benevo- d
lent countenance, very small feet, long bo- p
ny hands ; hair, nearly all grey. occasion- b
ally interspersed with a few black ones, k
nith the exception of a (lark tuft on the
back of his head on tne right side. His ci
long grey locks hang down in front of his ti
ears, with a beautiful wave, anoumifing al- tl
most to a curl. He tis a mole on the top t<
of his right ear, the upper part of which -
has the appearance of having been cut, b
complexion light, and wears mitstaeios.- h
The lips proj-c somewhar ; teeth sound,
but small and w orn in the lower jaw; nose
lomg; eyes small, and will not bear the I
gaze of any one. His voice is fine and rr
very distinct ; dresses plain." t
" The citizens of St Augustine, viewing G
the conduct of Licut. W. K. H anson, 7th .c
Infantry, in the capture of Indians en- t/
camped in the neighborhood of Fort Mel- fi
Ion, on learning the sacrifice of Col. lar- in
ney's command, as ain instance of prompt c;
efficient and soldier like bearing, and en- r
tertiaining the highest respect for services mn
eminently directed to a close of the war, w
held a meeting on Friday last, nod passed th
a resolution, tendering hin a SwoRn, as It
an appreciation of their high estimate of sn
hms conduct."-Charleston Cour. Aug. 26. i
FROM FLORIDA. in
The Tallahassee Starof the 21st ult, suys: Q
The armiy express which arrived here on w
Monday morning last, brought the follow- ti
ing piece of news in the shape of a me- vi
morandum, upon the way-bill, made by
Capt. Miles. et
- Col. Harney safe at Key Biscayne, ot
has captured Sam Jones' nIephew atnd 25
other indians. The boats of the United
States Steamer Poinsett, also captured 15 el
Indians on the Miame River." E
From the Scie-Fork Journal of Commcrcc. Aug. V
:m, :. P. Al. al
THE LONG, Low, BLACK ScnooMa:, tI
is found .t last. Ott Wednesday. the pilot r(
boat Lafayette, off the Woodlands, fell in v
with a laltimore huilt schooner, manned d
by sotne thirty or forty negroes; well artn- .hi
ed wtti cutlasses and other neapons, tut
almost naked and apparently (lestitute of
provisions, as they were quite earnest in e
naking signs for some. P
The sehooner's sails were badly torn.- )
None of her crew could speak English.- j
The Lafayette took her ini tow, but the u
blacks commenced polling in the hawser,
and as the pilots were not disposed to A
make a tore intimate acquaintance, they
cut loose and let her go, albout thirty miles
S. S. E. from the hlook.
The first co-ecture is, that ;his it the
schooner whit-h about the first of July was
running firom Havanna to Neuvitas with
some white passeugers and forty negroes,
just imported from Africa, when the ne
groes rose and put all the whites to death V
except two, who jumped overboard and A
escaped. Nothing has beca heard of that P)
vessel since. fi
The second conjecttre is that the stranger
is a slaver, captured by the slaves; and
the third, perhaps that she is the Ilaytien
government schooner which not long iago
was off Jamaica and excited some interest. -
The revenue Cutter at this port is una
tile to go to sea on account of the sickness
of Ite crew. The Collector has transmit- Ie
ted the intelligence to Con. Ridgely at I
the Navy Yard, also to the commanders a
of the several cutttrs of the adjacent ports.
P. S.-The steam frigate has "fired up" t
and gone down. 3
WILMINGTON ANO RALEICII J
We saw a remark a day or two since, a
that in tno tother country than this, couldl
I100J miles he travelled over at the rate of
10 ile per hour--the remiark is strictly
rue, antd yet notwithstntdintg the ta pidity
iand cotmfoirt with which the wvay-fare~r is
- now carried along in the Unite-d Stat.'s,
these advantages, great as they are, are
heing cotnstantly increased. We were led1
to the-se remarks fromn having just learned,
fr-om one of its ollicers, that t wo sections
makiing together 21 mtiles-have been 0-.1
pened upon the WVilmingtton and Raleigh .II
Rail Roadi, withbitt a fort night. This leaves Bi
httt Tta-rY-SEVIes miles to be ftnishied- A
ofl which 10i will bte thrown open for travel
by the 20th o[ September-after which, S
10 more per month will he opened until the
whole is completed. C
Thle cars now run 9:3 miles upon thisP
road out of Wilmington, anid :31 miles up
on the Northern entd from WVeldotnma
king 12L mtiles in alt, '.omptleted atnd utsed,
anid leavitng but -'2 mil~es ofhstaging. From S
this, i1) will be dediteted on the 20th of r
Septembier, aitd 10 tore everty month 13
thereafter. The new boat Wihnmington is .G
exptectedl to lbe readly to take her pilace ott
the line early in Septembler. -
From the Ciniat~ui Daily IUhig. u
A Rouui; AtmJos-r CAUon-r.-A c-on- j
summttltien andim notoriotus scounttdre-l, wvhose B
real natme is inems, and wvho fleures with B
as many aliases as the Empe-ror of Rtssia V
has titles, came very near being consigned F
to limbo yesterday in this city,. under the
following circutmstatnces: A person of C
whom he had borrowed a considerable C
sum of money about three years since, re
cognized him, in this city, and chargedl B
him with it. limes denied his name, he c
at the same time usina the alias of Attstin.
The creditor, whose- name we have not
learned, went to the ofice of Wmn. D~oty, S
Esq1. and get ontt a capias for his arrest___ G
By some meanis, Imies fotund out the !
movement, and repaired to te steamboat
Pike, where he assumed a long face, amid
tuldl the piassengers thait he had fallen J
t)'erboardl, andl lost all his money ; but iI
tat he ha'd au che-k for a laree a'tttt C
thatt hte was to draw at Louisville. Sev. ih
eraml passenagers lent hifn tmttttty, in all Itto
about Sl100. which he promised to pay ait P.
Louisville. anti with which lie made offl'
into Kenttucky. t
H-ls trttnk was seized and conveyed to
Mr. Doty's office, whet-e it was opened1,
and founid to conttain some very valuable
clot hinag, a reference as to his respeciable
charatcter to Gov. IRomnan, of Lotuisiania, .2
a dose ofarsetnic. btmnds to the amunt of gi
$l250, tunder wvhich lhe had been placed in e
dihferenmt names, for some of his villanies,
several memorandums, and the following "
interesting sketch of himself, originally
publ.isiwdl in the Savannah Georgian, cut
f'rom a Philnalphia nnan.. liu. epe
nted to possess a very insinuating ad
-ess, and as he will doubtless attempt to
lay off some of his pranks in this neigh
)rhood, our citizens should be on the
fIrom papers found in his trunk, it is as
!rtained that be has, at different times,
avelled and practised his schemes, under
ie aliases, of Doctor lines. Thomas Als,
in, B. P. Rickiond, A. II. Burhees. and
-Faulkner. lie has been in prison
)th in New York and Philadelphia, for
Pillars for the Neto York Exchange.
he Boston Transcript says, these im
ense columns, eighteen in numher, are
>w nearly completed at the quarries in
nincy. They are the largest that have,
'er been obtained; each weighing about
irtj-three tons. They are fluted. and
ished iu the most perfect. manncr. Noih
g can sur;piss ilhe euty of.the carved
pit als. The work is equalled to chiselled
arble. The first of tile columns will be
oved this day, from the quarries, toLong
harf, at Quincy Point-a distauce of
ree or four miles. The carriage which
is been built for the purpose is truly a
lid affair. It weighs between eight and
ne tons, and cost fifteen hundred dollars.
veny oxen are to he employed in draw
a the load. It will he passing through
uiney during the afternoon; and those
ho have lei-ure can hardly sperfd the
ne more agreeably than by riding out
ewing its progress.
Cost of the Pillars four thousand dollars
ch-estimated expense of the Exchange.
le million and a half.
We were much pleased to notice the
ction of -Major John W. Wimbsish, of
duiefield Court House, as Brigadier Ge
Sral of 2d Brigade, S. C. Al. Major
'imhish is a very talented and indel'atig.
ile gentleman, and every way worthy of
e confidence of the people of South Ca
lina, and we feel satisfied that he will
t attain a position that his increasing in
istry and ability will most surely entitle
n.-Augusta Daily Neu's, Aug. 27.
Fatal Rencontre. - On Wednesday
'ening a rencontre occurred between Mr.
Burton and Mr. G. W. Hunt, of this
ace. in which the latter was so severely
otnded. by a pistol shot, as to die the
xt morning. Mr. Burton was arrested,
)d is now in gaol.-Columbia Tclescope,
The silkcn ti,! that binds ttco veilling hearts."
Ott the 22d of July, by the Hon. S.
ilkinson.near Clarksville, Clark county,
lahama. Mr. Tuo>As BLACK to Mrs.
ATTY MAnvrTN, both formerly of Edge
Ad District, S. C.
Death has been busy at his appointed work."
In this District, on the 23d uit., of a
ng and severe fever, HENRIETTA C.
OLLOwAY, daughter of Lewis Holloway,
De 2 years, f -onths. and 16 days.
In Angusta. ua., on Saturday, the 24th
(t., IV HE-RY RoBERTSON, aged about
On Sunday moruing, the 25th ult, Mr.
Ott tthe samte morning, Mr. JA3MEs LANG,
)out 22 years of' age.
Fromn the Augusta Constitutionalist.
AUGaCS-ra, (G A.) A ve. T7, 1839.
A UCUST A NOT ES.
ank of Atty sta, l3 a 23 prem.
ngusta Insur. & Btank'g Comu'y."
rattch Georgia Rail Road,"
rantch State of Georgia,"
rancht Milledgeville Batik, "
gettcy Brutnswick Batik."
ate Bank. 14l a 24 prem.
arin & Fite insuratice Bank,"
ttntral Rail Rouad Bank, "
anters Battk "~ (
entral Bank. Par.
ranebtes State Bantk,
rantch Ceit. R. R. Banik, Macon,'"
ranchd .ia rine & Fire Ins. Battk,"
oorarin R. iR. Bttnk, Athetts,
antk of' Cobtis,
atiters' & Mechanics' B. Columbus,
unmmer.-ial Batnk. Macon,
surantce Batnk of' Columbus,
emulttgee Bank, 5 per et. dis.
oniroc Rail Road Bank,
ttk ott Darietn & Branchues, 20 a25 per ct. dis.
9esrni Btank ofGeo. 50 ")
irmuer'sBof Chtattahonochee,5 "t.
SOUTH CAROLIJNA NOTES.
hmrlestont Banks, 14 a 24 prem.
itk of flattmurg, '
erchtants Bank cf Cherawv, I a 14"
ink of Georgetown, "
htecks ott New York, 5 per cent. prem.
On Charleston, 24 "
On Richmond, Va, 4 "
Ivecr, 2 a 24 " "
aid, 2a4 " "
IMEETING will be hield in the Baptist
3Meetintg Itontse. at Edgefield Cottrt
ouse, on the 'lTuesdaty Evenintg of October
otttt: thte object of whlicht will be. to discuss
re. at its ntext Session, otn the stubject of thte
-~eent License System.
T1he friotnds of' the Temperance "nnse, and
citizetts of'the District genterally, at e invyited
.2!ttth August, 18:39. -:lf
TRUSTW'~ORThlY person to take
charge of' a wagon, atid a fewv negroes,
zing shortly to .feffecrson Countty, near Monti
A yoting manm who wvishes a situation as
'erseer in that Territqry, wvould, probably.
id it to his advantage, to assume thte chitrge
Reptemiber 'd, 151( hm 31
Alamburg Lots for Sale.
State of bouth Ca, olina.
Oliver Sinpscn, vs. ( FOREcI.oSL-E
Henry Shult. ..
OTIC E is 1;creby given, that by virtue of
.. an Uilei frenn the Coturt of Cian-ery, I
will otter for sale to the higie'st bidder, at
Edgelield Court liouse, onl the first Mntiday in
October next, to lireclo.;e two 3ltrtgages, the
following Lots in the Te w t of I lamnburg, viz:
Lots known in the Plan .-i said Tiwn as 151,
152, 153. 154, 155, 157, 1;, 15J, 110). 161. ani
162, bouided North by C obb street. East by
Covington mtrcet, Sotti by M1ercer street, and
West by Cook street; compreltending IhI two
squares within said boundary. -xcept :in alley ot
25 feet, aintd I smitrc ot 14;) 'itet. coniveyed to
the Presbyterian Chorch. Al:;o. all that parcel
oH tand in upper llatnoira. de. erihted as being
bounded North by land- :'J ofthn B. Covington,
East by lands of' John -'x. ;iomt It by a d;tch at
the foot of the hill, rutng 'rvtm the road lead
ing to the Bridge, to th Leigh tr:re. line, West
b - thte Leigh tract atnd Fair tract Iin ti, conitaittingt
eighty acres, more or less,. wi the ie exception of
three acres sold to .losoph .1. Kent nedy, aind a
half acre sold to Richard itlidbock : on' hal: of
the pnrchaso money to be paid it cnsh. and
for the other uaifa credit tof six im nhi will ie
,lven. Purchasers to give hotds and persenal
security, and a mortgige of the prn nises, to
secure the credit portion of the purchase money
J TUERRY, C. E. .D.
ldgefiehl, Sept. 2. N:9. i$7 121 e 31
Ilamburg Lot for sale.
State of' South ar-olinla.
John W. I1entrd :and
Isaac T. Heard, vs. 'orF.osur:.
B. Hl. Winding. S
_ OTICE is hereby giv-n. that by virtio of
ant Order from te Court oh' Chttancerv, I
will offer 1;or sale tIo the hiIlist bidder, at
Edgefield Court 1ontse. ott the list .\ otnday ,it
October next. to foreclose a .!ortgage. that Lt
of' ground in tll! Town of' I intttittrr, known ir.
the Plan of said Towt as Lot No - havitir
- feet front on Centre street. and - lter
rear. containing one quarter 1 a anre. teMON
or less, adjoining the L.ots of Gi::eon Pardte,
and Gideon 11. linl, it heint the Lot ott whItichi
is situated a linse. latielv venpcu1ied as a iug
Store by tlhe said Vt. 11. Windinz. Oie' tirt
of the purchase money to bie paid in ensh. atl
the other two thirds, on at credit of three a:nd
six mionths, in eqnd portion:i. The purchaser
to give bond and i-ersonal sectrity, and a mort
gage of ,the premises. to seure the credit pir.
tion of the purchase tioney.
J. T E ilY, C. E. E. D.
Edgelield, Sept. 2, M39. :9 7912 e 31
"tale of Soutl i na Ca'011hl.
Arthur Padge't. tnd
Nathan 31cCarty and
wiIe, v. PARTITI.N.
Jordan Feaster and
wife, and others. J
OTICE is hereby given. that hi virtne n
A an Order fron thte Court of Chancery. I
shall ofler for sale to the hiuliest bidder~. at
Edgeuield Court Holse. on the first .Monday in
Oaoher next, the R~eal Estate of Mark Padget.
deceased,cotnsistitin oftlhe ihree fohowiii traewrs
of'land in Edgefijeld Distriet. viz: one tract of
two hundred, itd fory-four acres, more or less,
adjoiting lands of the said Arthur Padge:. Johi
Feaster and o ers; (ve other tract conit:initng
one hundred a d fiflty arres, more or less. ad.
joining lands of Josiah Padget. Arthur lPadget
and others; aItnd one oth1er traIt cotlriaiig
seventv five acres, more or less. adointit.: 1ands
of Saipsor, Cates Wilev linunl ind .ltohn
Feaster. aid tracti of 1:d td. bte shl sepa.
rately, on a credit of otne and two venris. ex
eept costs. which muilst lie paid ini enLht. 'itr
chasers to give boitd andt :mirsontal security, andi'
a mtortgag~e of thte premtisi'<.
S 'tale oi' Souit. : iP'ina.
Thtotmas C. Griflitn and Othters,)
Rlichard C. Grihlin and Othters.)
NOTICE is hereby givetn, tha it' virtue of
ttt order fromt th e C ourtof Chatm-ery, shtall
offer fin sale to the htighest hiudder, at Ed~gefield
Cottrt IHouse, on the first .idaty in October
next, all that valtiable tract oflaind, the property
of the late Josepth Grit~in, situate in the District
of Edtiefield, otn Ninety-Six Creek. adjointing
lattds 'of Thomas J. Colema~n. itee ves \1artini.
Perry Ilurnett, Itichtard Gridhin. N. L. iriint
Larkin G3rillini.and thelrs. i-ontaitning onie thou
said and eighty-live acre's, more or less, Ott at
credit of onte, twvo, amti thrtee yeatrs, exet
costs, whicht itiiit be piatl itn casht. rTe prt
chaser to give bontd andh persontal seetnrity, andt
a mortgage ouf thte preimises. Posses~siont to be
giveit on the first day of Jatnuary next.
J.'T EliRY, C. C. E. D.
Edgelel, Sept. 2, I839. $d 75. :1l-9.
State of' South Carolina.
Mat. Ardis. )
Dr. Millage Galphin.and Other..
NOTfICFE is here by giheen. thtat by virtute of'
an order fromt the Cotirt of Chiancery, I
wtill olher for satle to thte htigitest bidder, at
Edgefield Coturt Uonse. on the firs: Montday in
October tnext, a tract of latnd lying itt Beach
[shanid, bteitig thte joitnt property of Matthbiag
Ardis, antd thte estate of Casper.Nail, jr., con
laininig three hutidred litres, more or less, titd
bounded by the Savatnnah river, antd by latnds of'
the estate of Johni Clarke, and of thte es.
tate of Edward Powell; ott a credit of otic
atnd two years, except so tmucht as maay be ne(
cessary to pay costs, whlich nuust he paid itt
cash. Thte ptiucer to give bond antd per
sonal securnity, atnd a tortgage of the premtises,
to secure thle purchase tuontey.
J. T Eli1Y, C. E. E. D.
Commissionter s Ohlice, i
Edgehield. I', pt. 2. 18$39. $4S- 75. :ll-e
Exparte. ") ho Equity.
by hter next friend Edgefleld.
,Jlht S. .leter.J
N (TIC I. is hereby givent, that by virtiue of
an ordet' fromit the Court eat Chuancery, I
shitll offer lorn sale, to the ightest hidder, ait
Edgefield Court liontse, ott the irst .\ottday in
October nex't, a negro womat tmtonted Pintbh,,
the propcrty of the said Elizabeth B. Ryvan. Im
a credit of' twelve months, with iitterest front te
daty oif sale. The purchau~ser to give bottd aind
pe~rsottal security. Thte costs to be paid int
J. TERRY, C. E. E D.
Edgermel. snt. 2, 19.4 . 3 ~i. nu-c
We'll Pay Ours.
. E the rndersigned take the prce.
v method to inirmn all persons, Who ar
iiideb ed to us, either by Note or Accounts dii
ist January last. tlhat- they are reqtnsid I
come Iorward and settle the same. h or h.
fore ihle I s- of (P-tuber iext. A longe'r indit
:renewill not ft . ivien. l'rthermore. a
ivho owe us.us lessthan trernly dollars. (:;:0
due the I.4 .hAmtary last. arv regnestead to como
jiiriward and setite the same imineiaiely-an
again, to :all who owse suih eiaimosas abuve m11.
tiutned. if: tierv wish to ,:,ave rast! .nd4 trobaili
we 1n11wempio-atic-divsay to thri. Dosor Pat
CIAs riNA. h:ut iomae forward ald 1:iiiatt
l~lmra. Julv -21. 1 Q:1,r')
L, perso indehted in thei late Fken'in
m l.ank. d.'rieed, are reqnes:ed to imnk
imi:eliatie paylm-eit; mll :11 personwls imItili
dieItmatisIsn iuaist thie *staftv sniiIld decea-ed. mi
reque:ed to pr:-ent them l vattetetd.
W. II. O3103, Adn.
:2 1Sept., 1 39. :;]..ff.
Trirt: WI.\T''LLBAO1' *T l 0 'NA PIll
COIPA Y N . ContlI tine to 1nbtliih the tiolowi.
valuiable I'Li. I.1; I0 US WVIJ KS :
]. Il [E CO.i1lRElEN.-lV' CO.\l
M81ENTAiY ON TIl I. iOLtY BIBjl'. la.
o U I'.E E N- I . NT.-coitainm: Ie lTexta neo
di!tn.! to h llitthorized Version. with Ibir:;in:w
tsferecesM :rattiew Henry's Coon. era.s
cililetnd', hut coniiailim., the muost misekl
tthouightst; 'hie Practical obi-ervations of. i
iter. Thoias Sc:t. t). D., with etensis
Explanitory. C:itienl. and Philuloigical Nolte,
selected fromi tie 110S Vi:tainabl w.-iters onl if;
Scriptires, aid de-igned to hea ; digest an
oimbinatioi (it the advantazes of' the hie' gibl
'Comtment:.riez', and embracin.er nearly all that I
rail- in iHury. cti and io!rid~tc. 1)uV t
tieittv arr;.-:ged for Private ;ad i'amily reaith:1
and i the s:-tte ;ine partiifrlv :l:ip < i tI. t
wants of Sabbathi :.'Peachersa;md Blibb- C.wFe:
with ,ttierons telid tal-les; I iw:1 en::rav,
Family Reordl; many el- pt engravi.s li-o
stwei plate.'; several Ma ps,illd im1ny wolid citt:
Nabstrative of'drp l a~er9 utls t
I'he SUP'PL.,ENT. or SIx-n VoI.e'o
ie t ainsfirst, a f lil amuoplete Alphabelie'
I idex, of a.l matters disnsvil m th ,- Coiton;
ta;'':-. .scrsnd, a. new Concordance. Auded (i
05 tterwtis. wvitlh Crtdeii's Defititiosi''. Thi'rt
a Uiide to the Readi:uir l Stiiy othe o ibi
b:i-rCarpenter's ambeBibbi Companiiso
late ly piblisAld ini London; iFourth, ('oum le:
Uio graphics of" Henry. ;'roiti and liosidrig
v iti. Sketch,-s .ftite L'ives and Chirnc:ers, an
N oti cesiof the Wor! s of tl! writers on tis
Seri pittres living or dead. Americ:a and I-'ort
ign. .'hat :re quoted in the Commientary : I ij
a ev tplete index of matter containei inl ths
lni1il Text; Sixth. a vaiiabl Dictioairy <
.cr: ftire Symbols, ly ITom11as Weymvtes
(:mthor oflBilicai GIleanings.) indexes. T,
bles, 'V. &'c., ad is illustr:ted by .1 I:trte Pl:a
offcri: alem, drawn otn the spot. by I''. Cathei
wof. Architect; fte whole tfild h' hev.W.
.h:n t~s. ). . of' !s:t. awd edeiti and adal
til to ili e vie'ws of the Baptist dIelomilinatilini
Chriiri: us.y R'ev. Josirn A. \\AnN&, A. 31
late of Irroidenice, It. I.
Extrt j 'romn 1 th inutes e Ac l!'orres.'r Blapti
''-On rt.)tion the iihoilwinig pr'eamble and resi
jtttion was- adopted:
Wni .:sS. the Piblishers of' the Comp-i
lensive C ommenitary huve agred to p;y ov
toi the Tri vsircr of the Am. B5. !. Mi!si'on :5
ciety one d oular for each sibscriler to the Bt;
tist ed ition ' thc Commetarv : therefore
Rrsulre d. That this Associattou recinnien
to the seve.-il neiibers iof the clurchcs compi
sing this ho dy, to ittn-rese thle min ber of si
Sficribeis tAi *III- w'ork, and by this means furnis
themselvei s with a valiUable'istant tl a forth'
kIowied a of'the Bible andl thll ime .\*issm
,with adlitih .al inenu-s to si-rfnd' the g'ospel."
.2.l. Tr':: !'.NCYCL( PEIA tf' Rit.l.l
:;h0L'3 i'.'OWLEDGfE~ . or f)liONAU.'
Or)' Ti: isl IlLi:. brouighi diown to thes preiisci
titine, titi embiraecn un~ ttder one 'Uphablet i
motitt vatlte part of Caet and ti rotIru''s i,.
tionairy/ of tI-c 1dibc, Bs s hi ;olsoa i
ary, andu itt.meurotus other r-iti.r uissorks; d.
sirted as a Comp~1iile Bo ok of Ili'rentces o,
till religiouss tubieeitt and a i Copanuin to i/.
lids/e. ihrttnny a cheap1 andti com;','et Lai ranrs
iUe.ligton<' Knowiassdge; 'dited hv l..1. \..n
Tro" tSnos. lflustraitedl byV Wodi-. .ti:,p
and~i Engrat sit;;s on -teel tiui "opper.--I m
.SuperlH~ oyr.i o. of uptscardls of 1 (00 pas.
Trhis is designzed for at permanelln'it aint "tani
dard wirk a wo'trk to which a plersoen C rei e
if'ans thing orenris ini reading or 'onveLrstionii
comtiectted wih Reflio. which lie does' not sit
der'standl or itn regard to ns hieb,. he wishes te
refresh his ttemzory. a's ht e itd to ai Dictioniar)
for the defintit of ae' word, ithaos beeiir
pasredf with atimit to strict impa~rtiality'. Where
it was pra;cticab hle, sme leadling mais of' thi
prinicipal seets existting int this; countti" has beet
*'ttployiedl to prepare the airtirle rehitng to it
ani when'i not, the m~atter ha~s bien drawn roln
somse otne, or stmut'e prominenut article ot the de
nmominationi. of acktnowledgred anithiority. T/.
stork docs nat aims to iffet a complromtise'of opm.g
ionst' amongit thue dIidblrenit denomtit tons al
IChuristiants, butt to presemut the vs-ws of each ini.
ly. andss in their ownI words. feaving~ thew- reme
tio lchrm hisown51 conclusiiotns, as to whuich is mio.-l
:trdl. I fLUSTRIATIO NS OF Til I OLY
SCIPlTU flES.derived princiially fro-n fle
.il annuers.Ctustomts. Itites, Tirazditims. Frmts o1
Stpeech, Climatzte. Works of' Art and Literatutre,
ofihe Eaisternm Nationis: embufracing alil t hat t,
valuable inu liarmer, Iltrder, Paxton andI R~ob
ert., and the motst ceku'brasted Entstern tra
ve'lers. Etmbracitg also the subhject of fud.
filuni of P'rupssy, asm ,e'xhibitaif by Keithi,
and others, with descriptions cut thte pre.
senut stte of' cotuntries anduc finees.. men
tionued itt the sacred writit, illiustratied lby
ummerons Landsenpe Engramvinugs, frio sketch.'
es taken' ont the spoet. E'dited by Revs. Gueo,
Blusu.-I o., Roysal Sri.
The above finm a Comnprehsensira Librasrr,
cotntaitning f'or a smtall stm. uis muchi tmat'er
puertinuent I'or ilhiustrating thue Bibule, as " ota
htave beeni purchased separately, for' hsu-adred.
of'dollars. Th'ley are admirabuly fitted ifo'r tce tis'
cif f'amilies, and meuiet time wsats of ,cery sin
who desires tot study thea .Script'res mude
standingly, wile to) thte Sabbiaths S.:hooi Teaschs
they lire almost itndispentsnbie, atr.d tou thte Mint
ter of the Gospel. a treasure.
Thue P~ulishetrs hazve recei'jed thie recommtet1
dationirthe first ~enry yier, in~ the~ cc'uttry,.t
t hese works. ;itd time exte'.isive. Nale of' thtein,.
at stilf bicet recousntteida.ion1 of thteir mients.
LISII Vi.R810N. c~umtainingt the Old an.t
.Nrw Testaemns wit/h Maiu 'endins.n . fi
antd origmasl seluctis. mof' refirenc'es 5'' piarailk
anud iflustrative' passatges, arraniged ini a itmnaie
htitherto 0 mnattemhto; :to winchs'f is atcdd e a ritg
cat in! -o'iuction to ihec Italy Scrvptur'es, aund
each 'fthe Uokhs. by Rev's. .os. A. \\Afnt' :n.
Essay ottthe Rtitght ltnterphretatiotn sf' the wri
timngs in wshtich the Revelationis if Gid atre' ctn
tained, by Jasi. . AcXYImn-r. D) I.; a Geovg'rapi
r'dvand ilsrical mvdex, or liil Ga:rtleer.
C'oncordance, Rtuv. .JonN BRowNa; a c'onssisln
lvndex vand concjis Dictionsary of thse Iliuie'.togeth
er. withviansmber of useful ad iternsting Tai
bies: au neatly' enraveid family I||evrd. finel
sexected. 3lapjsanud Engr'av'ings Ott SteelI, an
nonmet' tvanI Cut. ill.s..,...,:...,..e S..:u.....
T:':t,-maitg a complete FAMILY l3IBL;
in 1 Vol, lloyal:--o.
Fatl. % HIlSTJit OF TIlE CIUTII
DOWN TO TilE PES. NT TDJ E. by Rev.
t Uvi. A. Goonnn. ilusti-aied by a Map and
-i nnerons E.gsavings. I Vol. Sto.
Extract.from a letter f lce. 1. 1 idler. Pastor of
S 1 tile Baptist hliure!, Beaufn1. S. C.
- I have seet ,it work lately, wlieh
- I dleei more w64:thV 0s a AVIdelv ex
te'lded i:nronageP, trim the Coipi-.hen-c
)ive .om,elitarv. I live read it witir
Crent delight. and k::ow ol 110 ppge-. which
%I ill more rih!v r epay the iuttlry ofdhe ' bris
ilt -tu nt; or more abm:idittiv minister coin
,ir: .piitu:y nnd jov, to (.d's rhldidre: . The
-4 amotunt of inivahinble truth. comttptt:esed into)
tliese live von!ne-:. is wonderiil ; itid the comi
piler appear to nw to merit the fgratitide of
the who~t ChIrisaiiaz churelt fopr the toil and
- pains-t:kint.u dilig'nee. which tihe have coni
detnsed in- this ebenp and portable Digest,(and
wvillthu la rihntionl 01-heir senltiments. oc
dilition of* tiji si it) every tyig Imiost valnla
bl in snow two:,tv. or reore Conisetiators,n0b -
of wivh:i.v worksmie evanelie:il, mw-y oftheim
very dear, anld mu . II hio'yU inece'ssibie. to tihe
ni::-ts of' blievers. Tho remairks of the ltptist
Editor, seem to mie veiy cawlid and jndicions.
Beanfort. S. C.
1'-Y' T'e fuberibers to the above Work.
,wd the Pbie:r. are intfrmed. that rOpies there
tirnire :now readv tror deliverv, w d cla I. h:kd
o applienion i l Mr. JA 3i V-: S. iURG 'S.
Cari...-tm, 4. C: ilr, in l'or. JOH N ,\ . 3
CAl, Avint. ttow ftnivellin thronmti this
Staft-. Lt:..rs tnny be addressed to the latter
at Colinhin. S. C.
AuguI st 12:) .b30
-\7$ ft at, the 01.1 Wellt, at the Re
imentl iluMnst-r in May last. A DOU
fl.E l.l -::DGU:N. w'ih PIERCUS
$S10' LOCK. and Silver iwonatinre.
iThewner by proving props y Imd paying
for tils ndvertiienct, can have thesame by
ap ply ing at ILs oflice.
IMIr );rriU ) ulia:cT FR.UM FIZA.NCE.
F . li E *'ubmcriber hias just received a4 sple
(.ii :lasstttment of' Paper /ingings. di
jt.~ -r emn~ ifactor) at .Mua1lausen. in France.
44:o4-ly new pateris alid uipt rior to any ever
in thi.- trirke b: lore. This. with what he be
I Ire hid on hand. makcs his as.sortntie equal,
. Mid ie believes superior, to any stock in the
I :Ilthern conttry. whiebh he wilisellat Whole
aler '!ti1. at the hnre.t possible prices lie
respectfully invites ai exatimt ation of his Stuck.
*;':I Broad Street ,A-tsn, Ga.
Angnt 27. 1;39 e 30
- LL persons indebted to the subscribers.
. art, for the 1as: tiwe informied, that if
pa. met i not imade previous to the 1st of
' October next. their Notes and Accontt will
lie pit in tile hanids of' ain Attorney. for collec
GOODWI\ & IIA RRINGTON.
GODI!N. IIAHRRlNGTON & CO.
. 1l!etivld C. H.. .\ng. 12. 1:439. -8
t i7irect Emportationi.
E silhswribers have fIormtd a cotntexion
ill butsines. inder the firm oif DICKIX
t S ON. SE13RIA G& .STA T11A.M.as Inp-'rters
anti II'liwrsale fralers in Iroatidclotl. (assi
-i t-res. anti Vestin-as. and will open on or aboot
titt, il f epteimber. a comnplete assortment of'
Goods. selected by oneof their partners ii. Lon
r don and Paris. which will comprise every arti
. cle nlece's.:arv ihr Merchant Tailors.
-. Store ill .ILetitgp, opprositr- Ii-sarltreet.
-B. STATHA M.
-PHarlocion. Ali:. 1.5 1-:39. *Mm4o..
FU Il. sub .e:tiber. livin- uipon W'Ilson's
Cf(-reek. fou-ir mb- iles bielow C:nt:hridge,
tlier< for sa:e Iiis wile Tract of Land, cn
icg52,nr's. moure or hes: of whiich thepre
:t rellbll. 11 ner-s l--redi :and4 sttitable tihr the
enitiva .in tolf~ cine'n tar rrain. O n the lpre
torm orsa~t' c-in he hlnownl by tnikintg n1 pp:ica
-io ti .thbierib::r F. lI COs$.
11:. Subiscrib~er. be-ini de'irontl~O clse tip
thei la G)v oods Lltsiness at F~dgelield
Coulrt Ilionte. will conilitenl.-e. fromn til titme,
:I sel! their remnainin &oc of' Drv Goods~ at
Ct for c'as/l: or at feln per te, ativanlce itn thie
(:tst, with, a credit uinit the 2->th dav of D~ecemo
her next. 8)llTl & Ft'(AZIEIL.
LL Persons indebted t:> Surrrit & FnCr
nt:.ftor the yeatrs i$37 atid ';M. by opetn
\e'coti are retpjetetoc 1)comeC forward and
ettle the samle, by Casht, or giving~ their Nbte<.
Jnly 10 1939 tf 23 .
SS Herebyi givent. 11:at applientioun will lie
math- to the Legislatore ntt its next Se'ssion,
t; r ain Act, dleclaring~ that the Road leading
froml the Old WVells. tt Aikern. hv the V'aninse
l'acttory. be made a Pubhlie Rio:id. And also.
tha:: sti mn4 -h of the old Chartt-ston Road. a-s
lies5 betweeni the Old W.",i and I 1atcher's
Pond!s. be ttisconntd as a Public Roadt
Amntrnst2.1. a:;9 ac:30)
SS hereby tgi' ent. that a Petition siignedl by
the citiznis at 'dzeie4d Cotirt Hot5e. will
lie prsnted'ai .e Ho no~rn4b'e the Senattea:ldt -
IHontse of' Re*1ire sena,:tives ofnt the State of' Soth
Cartilina, t. ir ne~llxt stesiin, ihr the incorpora
tion1 of1 t!.e V 11ag of Edgefield,
May$1. .'39 16
T~irought to the Jail
4' tisistict. a ne4gro man- by tite name
o4,f DAV f.. he is betweemn:l~ and 40tor
o': age. live fee: or 9 iticht-s highl. He'says
thlat he b elongs to at :oglnpanyv41 otfln tho 11
. .ieon Ra.:il itoad. iiibb cunty. Ga.; thme 6id
I lowinig tnre namnes of' the gen tletmen. viz: Dr.
Witnn, Dr 'llTomas. John 'Thotmas, and Samuel
Hutnter. Thel. owner is regntested tos conie for
ward, prove property, pay chlarres and take
hiin aLway. C. J. GLOV ERt, J. E. D.
, June 27, 18:19 tt'21
- 1L1L persons intdebtedr to the lNstate of Rb.
> t Watts. deeetsed. are requetsted to nk
e :inIunedhiate paynient; and all jiersotns having de
tmatnds -aintst the Estate are regnsestedl to pro
setnt themt (luly attested, within the thne pre-~
I sc'ribed by laiw.
SROBT. McCULLOUGH. Ex'r.
I Jutlv 1.9. 1.*.31) ff 24
g' IHereby given. that application will ha
. R made t time next tmeeting of thte State Le
- 1sintutre. for ltueorp'oration ofC the Aiketn aly
- tist Chunrch.
A iket. S. C. Angnst 1. l19 no 26
-. ocyCekwilpetition the Legislatutre
or SQuthb Carolina, at its next session, for the
I luoprto 4l'saiid Chur~ch..
.hJul 1G, 1~9 - f9