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Vn Ln 5. ED(.WFIEID C. HOUSE. S. C. OCTOBER 21-. 1840. No. 38,
B Y Virtue o stndry writs ol'fierifacias.to
till! directed, will be sold at Edgetield C.
Iouae. on thi- first .lomnday atd 'l nesday in
November next, the lotlowing prolpetty, viz:
Jolhit S. Smyiey. vs Joim Youtgblood, one
aegro wotnan Phebu.
Satanel Ste. ens vs the same, the above de
Vtiliam Bunckalew vs the same, the above
desci ibed propet ty.
The State vs the samte, the above descrilied
Henry Canady, vs Jarrett Wise, the tract of
land where Definidant lives, known as the old
B. F. Gonedv. T C. vs leary Shultz, one
lot in Town ot'llaimhurg knonvtt as lot No. one
hundred and sixty three, havihes thir:v fe et front
on Coviton siet, and utte hiundred and nine
ty feet oit Cobb street.
The State, vs the same, the above described
1loratio Wood, vs Ileary linitman. Sen.
three hundrtd acres of land. more or ius. ad
joining Caleb Taller nad others. Also tlf-e
negroes Lima. I ha riet and lher child Johna.
The same vs the same, the above described
Abel Skennel vs Thomas B. IIarvy, ont at:-.
The State, vs Sterhtt l'owell. lthe trait of
land where D-fi udant lii es, adjointing La'ds of
John Alarsh and others.
Eli Milnit %s John Marsh, ore tract of land
containing two atedred antd tiaay acres, atan1ret
-or less, adjoining lands ol Eltzabett Carter and
Salmon Clark, vs MAtgaret O'Givie, the
tract of had known as the Tomkins true!, Con1
taining one hautnred acres, more or l-s, ad.
joining land ofJeretnmialh Seigler anti others.
Also. one other tract, cuntainlingt thrlaee latuat
dred acres, more or less, adjoming lands of
John A. White and others.
The same vs the same, the above described
The same vs the same, the above descrbed
James A. Tolbert vs the samne, the above de
Dendy & Rey, vs G. H. Htil. tte house and
lot in the Town of Ilamhurg, known ats No.
one hundred and twetty fosur. oat. senter stteet.
Abram Kilcrease, vs Villiatt D. Kimbril,
tie tract of land where the Deft-ndaut lives.
containing two hundred and sixty netes, more
Cornelia Scitles, vs Ahner Whaltlev and
others, tine triact ofland contaitag five thoans:ttad
five hnatdred acres, more or less. adjuinaitng
lands of Joln BatAsket and others.
Also two negrtWs Sattm and Eamma.
Lorain Gedding-s vs Mithvew Grav. one ne.
gro wonai Clarrisia antd h-r child ali!iam.
G. L. & E. Penn vs the same, the above de
Cimila l'ric'e. vs Sherwood Corley, onte
trar: of hal contaiting one hunidred anad fifty
acres, more or l i, adjomaintg lanads o' John
Rogers and others.
Also, one other tract, containitag one hta:
ired acres, more or less. adjoing lands of II.
J. Ketnp and Wt t. Sliher.
James F. Adam. for L. 11. 3aandav. .vsJames
Briggs, two negroes. viz: Daniel -anl Elbert.
Vmll. Gatytoan, vs. John Ster-genegger. one
tract oflanld containing ono htadi ed acres more
or less, adjoining Clarles Lamar and others
W. D. l1aybier, vs the sate, the alhm e de
M1att Ardis, vs Lewis FCllzey. .ae tract oiand
contaititer six bantdwd-t Are.,. more or less, ad
.joining thiil of Ms. Morris and o;hers.
.a-. 1.1i:11md, vs Vmul. Brntson, otre bonse
-and lot Ia the village of Edgefi-ld, adjoinainag
*C.A. Dowd and otlhers. S. 11 and W. C. Wil
liams, vs the same. the above described property.
Terns of sale-Cash.
S. CIRISTIE, S. E. D.
Oct. 12 F.0 ., e 37
&Sttate of South Carolinia.
EDGEFIELD DIST RICT.
Isabella Golentan, Applicunt. vs Henrietta
F. and James R. Goleman, tfendants.
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall
. proceed to sell oan the first Monday
in November next, the real estaie of Jacob
Gtlean, deceased. Situuated in said
District on the waters of MIountain Creek.
Tract No. I containing eighty acres,
maore or less, bounaded by lands of Jeremti
ab Cook, Mndison Timmtaermtan nd others.
Trract No. 2 contitaing nitnety live
acres, more or less, botunded lby hmnds of
John Hlamailtoan, Joseph Parkmian anda olh
ers. On a credit of twelve monnths.
Purchasers to give hand and personal se
curity, and a Mtortga~ge of the premtises to
CoXst to be paid Cash,
S. CilRISTIE. S. E. D.
Oct. 9, 1840 e 37
Plain anid Fiured floods,
ALSU) Devatn Sataw, liraid Cottage, Flor
. "nen t-traid,and Frenich Ruttlantd Bonntets,
just recaved lay JO HN 0. B. FORtD.
Stite of Soui th ..iroiina.
John S. Alien aid wifl,
vs .\at y A. StInons. Partiti on.
Eliz'ti, Siinnns,:nid othecrs .
trI'CE iu - hereby giveii tiat by virtue of
I anii order froin te Curt 1. Chiia:ry, I.
ehadl oller tilr sale tit the bigi, er. a.t Lde
field Court Hiouse. on bse li oidiy ill .50
venber next, the real estate of Lewis Sinmmons
deceased. coniining i.ine hundred acres. (9MX)
more or lens. lying in the Disiirict of idgeied
onl har-I labor Creek. waters of Steveins Creek,
and Savaimth ri. .joiniig lands ,I \\ ade
S. ' 'othran. Thesz. J. Ilibbler, .\. T. Traylor
and .lo!' l'.lot. On the premises are a large
.ilt-bd dwelling bon-e sanable for a
he- il-o eltetinllment. i:11atedl ilinlediately
I hesalgeroad leading fio:ii Edgefield to Ab
nieville Cuott lilse, and all nec sary out
buildings. It has o- lot h! in kept a. aI house of
entertainenl. sand is known ti iravellers as
the *\\intvi-seat place." It % ill tie sold onk a
creidit ofd ole, twut and tIhree vcrs, except so
ucih as Siny he lecessany to play the costLs,
w hlich mus-t ie pail in ensh. The purchaser
ti give h .l and iersoal seueriliy. ,nii k iin'jt- i
:rge of the prekni-es to secml the pkrchase
mony.J. TLl.c x .n
El-:!1fieW, Oct. 6i, Ce0(.i i dm
The 0ialestoll .erIkenky will pleal-ue give the
ahw-.e liree insitkis and'oirward itsaccount to C
tiks office bifore tile day of ale.
S itae of* South 4 rl na. i
A B BE\'lIL L E 1)d IS'R11U T.
.3N. I...in l (tld iL tils:1, ki tl- ced.
John Wilson Aduf'r tol' I fail fo nlce
Ir nI li on, Is1 lennet lie ti -f d t
\ison, \Villianm Wtuion, (E"' l
and othli j 'ilkikhkkkk ti
P'i lTURSUANT to tile order of Chancellor
V.Dunkin, madtle ill this case, kll the credi- i
ors of H ugh Wilson, at tihe timne il kis death,
whose lieallnds shall iet heave been firly and
prolprly paid by Ili; adhlintisrtol, are hiereby
:ottkedto present andI] prove ithir demainds he- ).
here aile on or beitre te! first day o January I
next. A. i . 1:--1: enlld tie creit! ; i the said r
fdi.gh \ilson, deceased, are hereby notilled, n1
thatlit the erve of' Chanicellor Dunkin orders
that the Coniinifioered titse tOt tmoiC Ilu h
tice to be ine.;,rted inl such pubbepal w or pa a
dere as hei my deem prtoper fr tle credit tl, i
nrgs (f thle s;iJ 11inch Wilso to lre elst anld
prove their detlnads Illsr- the Conn .illiof
and that luwh ofthe creditor., us shall ot pre- 'I
sentl and prove their detaand, cin or helbre aI w
p eretmor day it, be fixed byv thet Conlunis
2,i0neral, 1111e- excaldded fi im the. benletit of, this
It is furiter ordered that ile notice of' thisr
decree being gTiven to any of tile creditors (lI
Hluih il, sueh credi'tors hdiall be enjoined t
fto t tolt lineloent tr Cumbter prosecu .in (,)I* 1
any suit at law agalist the administrator afre
It irl'krther ordered that the adminis:rator
do account befiore tL.: C'ommnissioner concern
ill-, thet es tatev si' ;: vo-.-stat; and tha:t the
CoAnuissitner da r i. P emalli-on.
thle estte of, f I e ' - .. Which $my- r
Ud. arr .n e in tru- ... a i i l ritfs a d lthe f
bala eie il - Ole t tl hllIle odIfiistr1tr, after
allowinlig ii prdper paymenti and expientdes
BENJ. Y. MATIN, C. E. A. D. I
Comm'sir's OfIce, We 75 S
Abbetill C. 1,.. Srpt. 1, 18.10. 2n 32 i bt
St lte of _ S011, t t1 i ill it t
ABBEVILLE DisTRICT. I
Is E-QUITY. re
E. P1. Noble, vs mn
John Ktiiihi:n,1 and wifeI I
ratrick Noble, Bill for
Alexainder Noble. Partition.5
J. Bannew Noble tied
Elizableth Noble, c V
T alppearing to my airisrction that Patrick d<
No ile. (t e E(of thie defenda in this case, S
reside without the limits of' thi State: On
Aotio, it is orderedt the std defendant do
ppand plead, answer or demtur to t e
compkelatnit till. hin three months fron a
the date o t.is publication. or the said bill will
SAVA?-NAtu. Oct, 12.
Two rull Companies o1 the U. S. In
iary. ,rri-vedi here oin Satrday from
Pen York en roule for Fort iin-, via St.
Lotiutine. ihiy dipare yesin r.lay moro
ia for St. A etgi).ine in the steamer
;Ohurlemnt, Capt- ilonn11ell.
Col. \V. . \Vril-i. Comni'g.
As~t. Snr.-eton Cnyler. .4
A-st. Surgeoo Van Botren.
Ist Lt. and Aij't J. T. Sprague.
Ist Li. Larkint Smith.
1st Lt. Incius O'Brien, A. A. Q. M.
1st Li. \Villiam C. liron 3e.
2d -L t. \Villiam B. llay wood.
2.1 [ t, (rafion D. lilasnt.
2d L t. IV. Johns.
2d Lt. Watiell.
2d Lt. Folsott.
Lt. lieniam of tle Engineer Corps.
Tile detachment has had all agreeatble
oyane from New-York, and seem ans
13 for their impaig . ,
Eight companies of the 8th Itrgiment.
. . In try. liv-, ur., t1.h , 33rraied a
Im ipa Bay. frum St. Louis, via New
rieants. Col. W. Wimth, the g;dlant
nuan in llicer. of th at Regiment, pas
d through thi, town otn the 10ti instant
ith the twio remaindingI compalnies, on3
eir way to St. Anustt.ttinle, where they
'ill rematint some two veeks and then
rceedi to Tampa.
In tie mean litle, inl conneincnces of
ai order jist recived from the Secreltary
Var, the Colonel will force at express
rough to Tampa with Ili speed to direct
te cight compties of his Regiment now
ire to halt at that post, instead of march
if on Fort King- as they were directed inl
The two coitpanies which Called at titis
nce. were complete, i. e. each numbered
gthty privttcs, tour sferjeatts, fouirt cor-po
it t.1l, a.1 t two musicianit, or in all ni iely
-cottisitned ofieers and soldiers.
We hope that Dame Fortune, or the
odl of \ ar. n% ill tavour these bravo men,
lit throw "1ome3) chances inl their way.
Ve shall receive from its ollicers. some'
' whoim have licen our companion., in
-m1s. occ.aional military intelligence,
hith we shall lay before our readers.
Fromt th- Ht. . lugustine If rald. 3d inst.
F LOPI u.-ImiJ)oranIt Prosection flth
'ar.-We are tappy to anncnee that
e Secretary of W ar lias ri.-iled the Na.
Deirtiment 'o order lilt.h Commnder
thle West India squadron, to pro% ide for
e protection of Key West aud the Flori
i Keys geuerally.
Awl alko to senld ott hcwtt expeditions
to te h1 li nd :11inhll!+ fIt the e,:ui to m(i
l'w p:tie t' liians who mitay te
avering about the slures.
Vessels will be kept oin the coast to cut
any chances olfcomttim unicationt by which
Ipplies may be furnished them hom a
Two entire and resh regimentts of U. S.
o ps are already ordered tt I'lorida.
Tie Governor'is nuthorizel to raise two
tautired horsemen il nddition to thiose al.
adly int the field, whiet will make the
onnted force under Uccral Read 1200
The Governor is aln atuhorized to raise
)0 ftii, fur thelsme brinide.
Pllyicia when required are to be re
zived is Surgeons o thce volctteers, un
rI the rules which govern in the regular
Ani olicer is appointed for Mliddle, and
mther for Entsi Florida, to examine the
coutits of expendiinres of the vulunteer
:rvice for the past ,-eason.
Mr. Poigiseit is L)5ing~ his uttmost exer
'ns to retnder ihit eilbris of the Governor
' the Territory, of Gent. Read, andc of thIe
her ohlicers itn commtiandl, etceoti ve ini pro
citg thte set themiets miom depredationts,
td exptellintg the Indians trout their fur
It is tuo justiee for the people or Flcurida
ielaire that .\l r. Poin iiet t, and te pire
uii adintistraiitio, I.a)ve idoie every thingt
thin the powver.i of the pitbhic departmtents,
bring thtis prottracied struggle with te
diatis to a close. 'ITtey have futrnished
en in uotn nece, horses in ;taudanCe,
inance fl a ind orditanlce stores itn aboit
uciee, provisions in atbundanice, and tmon
, int c banidane
if thte Indtiians "till remtain in Florida,
e faubu is thatt of others. Nit blainec en
si ont the Admtinti-t ration, or heads ofDe
trtans atV. washbigu.
MOBILE, Oct. 8.
The Couion Crop.-Froi the recent
state ofIthe wea'hoer here. and all the ac
couuit- we have firom the interior, there can
hardly be a donuh that there will be a very
coisiderable fallitig ol in ourstaple. Tle
qiotity of rain which has fallen here
within a few days is iuprecedented; and
it, as we fear, the storm has extended in
to the imer'or, it must, materially lessen
ilie (untity ofbvoton calculated upon af
ter thei ravages of the worm. We are not
generally distpostd to pu: much faith in
the usual complimts ol short crops-they
have become far the past few years to be
considered as matters of course. But in
regarl to the present crop, we are satisfied,
and so mu-.t any one be, who is at all ac
qouainted with cotton culture, that such ex
ccsive rains as have fallen here would. be
very destruoctive to co!ton while maturing,
anl even atier naturity. Lastseasou will
serve as an illu-tration by contrast. It
n ill be recolleeted thatt early complaints
wvere made ot a short crop, owing to tho
drg!ii. which cotinued from the middle
of sutiner until the entire cron-wasxaLt
ered: and the result is that upwards of
4.m4unzjti d hive Ubea received here upo
to the Lt inst.
APALCICOLA, Oct. 3.
We learn that, a few days since, Capt.
Uaidy captured iii lie vicinty ofSt. Marks,
a iegro who ftormerly belonged to the In
diais. The ntegro states that the Indians
itie!ed attackinig St. Marks and Port
Leon, tie fir't full moon, and was sent
with live Indians to examine their situa
tioi. The tiegro gave an accurate ac
otint of their proceedings. with the exact
situation of the places. IHe says the In
dians intended to have attacked Madison
a f'ew weeks since, but was prevented by
the cmisiant firing of guns by the citizens,
who it seems suspected their intention,
and done it to iatimidate them. Tho In
dliats in that i::ction, he says, number
several hundred, and amon tie pariy to
which tie belonged, two white men were
connected and a nmnher of Creek Indiars,
and does hiiilf belong to the Creek. andi
was at the burning of Roanoke.-Gazelle.
From the Columims Scutiua & Ieraldl,
Oternow-.-Abot seven miles above
COlubuts, it the Factory road. oi the
6jth inant. an ehlerly iboring mat
iamed a3r Peyton Wade, was, he asserts
and swears, assailed( otn the premises he
occupies, by two individuals, the older
of ihom attempted to ride over him,
knocking out several of his front teeth,
and repeatedly entdeavoritig to stab him
with a sword cane. Ile was beaten se
verely and driven off. -While in quest of'
a Jiuttice of the Pirtce, Otr the purpose of
f obtaining at n arrait, the samn illdivid
nials, reinforced by three others went to
Mr. Wade's house, beat his wife and
ilaughter shamefully, and though an hour
atier nightfall, com pelled them to abiudon
he house. Such is the statemeut of Mr.
Wale aid tie mnrks left ot their booilies
trotigly corroborate its truth. Tho cause
of this unianly and outrageous behavior,
as explainl by Mr. Wade, was his vot
ill, a tciamcratie ticket in this city on
Monday last. He was living otn land ren
tel from the principal assailant, the rent
lhr which until Chrismas next, lie declares,
had been fully paid. But notwitlistnding
his thus havitg cancelled every thing of
atl oibligatory character, lie was before
the election assured by tle proprietor that
if he voted with the democratic party, he
must quit the premises. Believing him
elf living in a free country, he exercised
iis privilege, and did vote for that party
w believed to tbe right. This act, and
Jhis act only, Mr. W. declares to be the
tmle cause of the brutal aggres.sions on
imself and family. As the case is before
he criminital tributnal of the coutry, we
Forbear commtnentt anid withhold the names
if the accusedt.
The Southern Recnrder of the 6th inst.
ays :-"- e have hadl withini thd put
wee*.k a con tioantce of wvet weather. No
chzange in it catn now, b'y atny possibility,
enabthle the platnters, througzh this sectiont
oif the State at lenet, to realize oven half
4 a Cotton crop. There can now be no
mtistake as to this. The stalks are desti
lute of the :ials, atntd a great portion of
'hat which will be picked, will be of very
"Silence thatt dreadful helle 1' as the
dusbandu said whetn hi~s wif'e was giving
in the leninh of' ha.r totge.