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A writer in the Charleston Cou'r. of the
&th insi. cautions the public, that notes of
the old Bank of Cheraw, which exploded
some 14 or 15 years since, are now in cir
culation. They are signed "G. S. Hear
sy" Pre-ident, and "Richard Maynrd"
Cashier, dated in the ralt of* 1825. and nre
not worth a cent. It will be remember
ed that the Bank now existing at Cheraw
is the Merchants Bank.
State Debt of Virginia.-The public
debt of the State of Virginia according to
the Norfolk Beacon. is it the present time,
39,500,000 exclusive ol -.s liabilities uder
acts authorizing loans for works of internal
improvement, which amount to S3,442,
City of Savannah. Ga.-Arcording to
the late censu, the city or Savannah con
tains a population of I1,214 persons. In
1830 the population was 7,770, shewing
an inerease in ten years of 3,438. It is
estimated that 1.000 persons were omit
ted, owing to the absence of mauy fami
lies. exclusive of the transient population,
which is stuted to be much larger, during
the Winter and Sprintg, than at the time
the census was taken.
Mr. J. C. Mullay, formerly the Junior
editor of the H ambtre Journal. announces
in that paper of the 5th inst. that his con
tiexion as co-partner atid editor, termin
ates from that date. He has dikposed of
his interest to Mr. James M. Robinson.
who will hereafter he associated with. Mr.
Yarborotgh, the Senior edi:or, under the
firm of Yarborough and Robinson. Suc
cess to their efforts.
The Augusta (weekly) Chronicle & Sen
tinel comes to us. in a new dress, and great
ly enlarged. It is no%% one or largest in
the Southern States. This speaks well
for the reading public of Georgia; and
shows a desire. for the general difi'usion or
knowledge. This can only be done through
the newspaper press, as it no longer makes
the college and library the prison homes of':
literature,but -ets it free. and] domesticates
it in the poor tnan's cottage. We hav
heard citizens of this Dist ict, those too.
who are entruited with the responsibility
of rearing famililes, to fieure usefulness
sed respectability in soeie v. excused
themselves for not taking the Adrertiser
by saying that they "had to time to read
it." To such we would say. awake from
your letherey. Deprive not the Printer
of a just compensation for his labour, and
your children of th'at atiosphere of
knnwledge. which ditflties a light. that
gives cheerfulness and enjoyment to exis
tence. Patrottise the Printer by subscri
bing for his paper, and last, but not least,
r For the Edgeficld AIcrtiser.]
A called meeting of the Ati-Bachelor.
Anti-Old Maid, Anti-Tobacco, Atti-Li
quor, Anti-Tourneur and Anti-Et Cetera
Society, was convcned at " Courtship
Palace," corner of Mectheglin-st reel and
Ilumntg A venue, on Saturday. the 10th
instant, for thet purpose of considering the
expediency of hlaying 'aundlry petitions lhe
fore the enstinug Lreislamture, and transact
ing any businesseconnecd with the pece
happiness andI welfare of the comm unity,
and the advatncemen' of said Society.
On tmotion of .Teremiah unmbug, lion.
E. Nogg was called to the Chair, and N.
E. Rum, Esqj., wa~fs appointed Secretary
The Presitlent having been conducted
to the Chair. acknowledged in a brief andI
graphic speech, the honor conferred upon
him on this occasioti, and gave tiotice that
the meeting was then organized for the
transaction of business.
WVhereupon Maj. Bottleneck arose, andl
in a short atnd eloquent address, portrayed
the inestimalhe benefit arising from the
forrimation of the Anti Et Cetera Society,
and set forth in a most vivid light, the hap
py eficcts wvhich it was destined in is cir
eumspective perigrinations to exert upon0
the world, lie closed his recmarks lby
moving tl:at thme Chair appoint aCmi
tee of nine. to withdraw and r-eport a pro
amble and resolutions, expressive of the
object of the meeti.
The motion having bteen approved, the
Chair named the fidlowing gentlemen to
compose said Committee, viz:
Maj. Bottleneck. H]. Gin, C. Brnndy,
H. C. Cigar, HI. W. Ptnneh, Rt. G. WVhis
key. J. Htumhug, Felix Porter and Wm. -
The Commuitiee withdrew, and after nn
absence of about fifteen minutes, returned
anel reported the following:
WVherea', There is a tango and crn-l
rnockery in thle conduct of thme American
public to the distingis~hed fair of the
Whereas, The community is now agi
tatedl with meastires ado'pte~l to assert their,
rights, and adlvance their interests. which,
thotugh recommended uipon pure andI be
nevolent motives, have a tendlency in getn
eral to derne~aae from the dignity of then
reminine portiont of cotmmnity, fby mani
festing a certain diegree of' refinement, in
unmeaning complients, andI a series of
superfluous attentions, while at the same
time Womnan is constrained, by her phays
ic-at inferiority v.os stamd nloor atn idle ec-e
tator orpasemng events, or rollow the course
of misguided fancy.
We, as the Committee of a Benevolent
Sociery, do recommend to said Society
[he m'lopion( of the fullowitig Resolutions:
Resolved, That we will use our endeav
ors to put down a fashion which permits a
lady to wear mnore than six yards, of hone- I
spun in a Tourneur, or a corsett worth s
more than fifty dollars. 1
Resolved, That we regard man as a ,o- I
cial being, rormed to society anti inter- t
course, adti that the very cletents of his t
nature, exhibit high marks of considera- i
tion flor the opposite sex.
Resolved, Thn upoti the improvement i
of woman in particular. depends hunan
improvement in 2enteral.
Risolved, TIat we, as a Society, will
in all cases, uphold and ste'sain the rights
of wonan, not by comipellinir them to
carry hags of bran. feathers and wool, but
by advising them to adopt the course of
Helen and the Grecian belles, of whom,
In ancient lore we find no tention
Of this tnost beautiful invention, I
Called Tourneur. of large dinension,
And hustles too, t' attract attentiot.
Resolve-1, That a copy of the mittinutes L
of this meeting lie forwarded to the Legis- o
lature, and a petition, praying their adop- v
tion hv that honorable Body, and also a
further petision. thar sill artificial deformi- .
lies, suhsi:uted in the place of tature's
rmost noble production, msay ie regarded
as individual nuisances. it
The aleve preamble aind resolutions
having been read and presented, were e
unanimously adopted. fi
On motion of Gen. Economy, it was, n
Resolved, That Sukey Porter be, and 9
is hereby expelled from' this Society, in
consequence of liaving violated fite 9th
Sec. of the 10th Art. of the Constitution. I
On motion of HI. W. Puisnch, the meet- d
ing adjourned until Christnmas. 8
lion. E. NOGG, Pres't.
N. E. Rv.%r, Sec'ry.
The lllowing Prenmble and Resolu- e
tione, presented by Senator Allsion, were L
kiunnuimttoisly atotptel on the 26th it.. by i
both brancies of the Legidlature of Sout r
Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God. a
to re-nove from his sphere of usefulness o
among us, Ilis Excellency Patick Noble, a
late Governor of South Carolina; and it
beconies is, at the same time that we de
voutly acknnwledge the chastening hand v
,f ass Omnipotent and Mecitul Provi- r
dence. to ex press our betns ofthe loss which e
we have st.4ainrl,
Be it Resolmed, By the Senate anti
Uoitqtt of Rers-remsativev. Th:t in the ti
semi it* our late Chief Magistrate. Patrick
Nole, the people of this State haive cause
for deep reftection, and sincere humniia- k
Resolced, Thnt nsenciated na we nre I
the service of the people, we deplore the
lost of oine who, in the long courc of his
p ullic career, was ever rendy it) render his
most ellicient labour. equisally in the hum
blest anJ most prominent station, who a
lorned his statioin with the virtues of seer
ling'honesty, temperance. benevolence anti
piety, and who, in the trite spirit of Re
publican simplicity, on t -owing of she
roble of sllice, was etnpmhatically, anid with
otsne alectastion, uone of thle peole.
Re solced, That in stsimonsy of she r
peet dlue ste tmmory of Goves-nor Nobhle, i
thse Melemrr of use Legislature will weacrr c
erapei on the le'l as-mt dusritig the sessio. I'
JResoil&ed, Tlim' a copy uof hsee hiesuulu
tions, signe.d bsy lhe Prcesidet t he Sett
ate, ands Speaker of the Ilsstuse ofC Repre
senatives he trasmtittedh to thes famitily of .i
lhe detceased, as set ex presio of their '
symspathy, ott thse part of this Legiblature, a
Fromt the South C'arolinian.
THE~ iti~nT OF IN8TlRtuTIoN.--Thotti a
we catnnot accordl with this right, au set o
forth by Mnjor hlesnry, its the Preambsle a
atd Resoluion offereud by him, anid pub
ished tos-dsny., in sthe proceedinigs of the
27th tilt., anid anixioiusly trust that the F
Legislature will nost suifler a temporary it
evil, to tetmpt it ints dlisregard fist a great e,
principle, long and' well recognsizedl by the a
proceeings oif the 27s Is uilt., and anxious
ly trust that the Legislature wuill not susfferr
at temt)porary e-vih, Its SCempt it ients dlise-e- n
gardi foe- a treat prienciple, lonig andl well k
reognized bly thze Staee; yes somttethiing e
ert ;i..ly usneht to Ibe done, its referencee to Ii
hat ev-il. A smore gross anti unjustiiabile hi
misrepresentation oif andi contenmpe for the a
principies acid opinsionis, wighes and feel
ings tof the people, than thait so long aind
determinately persevere:l its hy Col. Pres
on, is tnt so foundl in all hiisory. To~
sbmsrit to it Itonger, in silence, woui seems h
to else peotple ouf osher States, ain entire p h
indilfereuce iio t he abuse, atnd encoucragre a9
repetition of it bsy other public servant.,r
hereatfter. The peole usf the Stato evi- a
dently expect somsething~ to lbe donee, as the I'
present sessiont; andI we wiosul respectful
ly sniecest the adoiptions of a Preambhle
and( Resolutions setiung forth their sense t
of the abucse, acnd the tnansifest protpriety n
of Colh. Pr,-stisn retiring frotn a stacioni in
which lie nso longer poussseses their conn.i e
denee, or repiresenits iheir prinsciples or
opinions, anti permtitsing them to supply
his place with siome once, whos will give e
the State its duee we-itht and influtence ini C
the nationial cuncesils. t
The fohlowinug i-, the best definsitioni of a
loafer we have vet seen
"A persont wiho begs allthme tobacco lie I
useet knosws tmos-e people c hats are acqluaint- I
edh with hsimi, wh-ens he meets them-often
luokinig at Isis liorrowed wateh so see the '
time, snnid taeke'sthe papers six months andu I
A soldier, wuhoi was once wotudedl in
bttle, set tup a terrible hsellowinig. Ass I
Irishmns who laid near, withi his legs shot c
uoff, immedliately sung st "Baid luck to t
te likes of ye-do ye think notbodly is kilt
The informatimii contained in tie fol
owing article from the Charleston Mercu
'y of the 8th inst. , corresponds with that
vhilch we have received from Columbia in
elation to the sate matter. and confirms
he views we have heretofore presented on
he Governor's election. To Col. 11am
nond, personally, we have io nbjeCtion
mt, it is a most remarkable faet, that he
i Fo actively supported by 'he Whigs:
The Canvuss for Goeernor.-There is a
trikina sign in Ilh lasit news front Colum- I
in. The election for Governor has beet I
lit off to Wednesday, at the instance of
Juol. 11alliiolnd'ts mienl. The object is its
;ive him tie adinge of the votes of the
tichlanl Delegation, who of conrse will
ie Whigs, as lie Republienns decline run
ing a ticket, and these Whigs. it has long t
inee been asserted and not denied, are [
ledged to Col. lammond by the Prestin <
arty, by whom Ias been fostered the i
chsole oppiositionti to Col. Richnirdson. We
ave little doubt that Col. HI. will obtain
very Whig vote in the Hotie, and that
manv of* his pa risans are only-Whigs in
igise. Let our Democratic frienJs
:aich the enemy. nor sulltr our ranks to
e broken it this crisis, which we a.isure
tes is more dlangerustis thi they seem to
:5 ppose. Elsirts are making to btild ip t
\Vhig party here, nud every where int ite
late. Cireunmitances have encouraged
iem. A good maty nominal Democrats
ave already abated it iheir zeal, and risk
d the haritony of the party f1r personal
hsjects. We call tipon Gov. Henegan's I
iends, whoi we knsow to lie good mien
nd true, to aid us in resisting the disor
Business Prospects.-On Thursday last
ere was a considerable quantity of cot
in arrived in wagvos, heside some hun
red bales by boats. We can say with
fetv thiat there were at least 700 hales
eceived in store. One warehouse re
cipted for over 260 bales, and as we have t
ix warehouses, and each did a good busi- 3
ess that dIav. ite number of bales received
aniniot Nill short of onr calculation. A
rge husmiess was done in the grocery
nie, thereby sustaining our calculations
-lative to the prospecis of Lamhbrg. We
till hold os to the opsmioll, Ihat our City
i desitied it ) arrive at greatness, and that
II opposition heretofore, or that may he
lfered to her, will prove baseless and of
o avai.-Hanburg Journal.
The Post Otlices at Ligon's Mills, Green
ille District, and Lantens Factory, Lau
ene District, S. C. hive been discontinn
i. A. Hunter, Esq. has been appointed
ost Master at Wulf Creek, Pickens Dis
-iet, anid U. W. Brandley, Esq. at Deca
ir, lUini Distriet.
MedicalQuprg.-.Dr. Itatrlife heing as
ed by .a paticenit, which W.as the iiost dil
Ali to cure."adsiriler coitraceue by ex
:ssiv atig. us 'sac tsroiugh ,ns tey ,-aley n
ve drink ?" thie ductor desired the queriit
i consider which wass the Most dillicult to
tract out of a man's body, "a pipe of wine
r an ox."
larriage Irokers.-In Genoa there are I
mrriage brokers, who have pocket books t
llIe with names uf the marriageable girls I
r the dill'erent classes, wviith noses or their
gnres, piersonial a trac-tionis, fortiuntes, &c.
'hese btrokers, go abiout endeavoring~ to
rrnige conneiertis5, andti when they site
red, they get at coimmnissn of t wo sir three
er centt upon the por'tiosn. Marriage i t
|eo is giie a tmatter of cale'nlationt,
inratlly settledl by the parenis or rela
cus. whos osftn draw up the constracet lie
re the parmttises hiave seen one antiher; andi~
is periormted whien every thing is atrratn
ed, andl a f'ew daiys previons to the inarri
~e cereimotny, that the future huaand is
srosucedl ss his ititendsedl partner for ire.
hould lie fid ault with her manners or
ppearance, he maty break olT' the snatch,
a conaditioti of hsis dlefraying the broker
~e, and any uothier expenses incurred.
The Drtnkaird's Fute.-The Plrockvilleh
ecordert tnentioins thei dleath, byv drssnt- y
, or Chariles F'othergill, sont saf the late a
itisr ofl thIe Trorontto P'alladiumi, while in t
state of initoxicationt.
Gallantr.-A sailor, wvho hail spent
early all his da ys on the bliue waters, aiid
new little oif landsu gear. catme ashore the
iher slay, andt itt passinig up street saw a
ttle womiianu going aloing, with a luage tintfi't
efore her, lIe stepped tup very psolitely,
ndu offeired to carry it for her, as he was
ting thle samen way.
Auvuusrr. Dec. 3.
Cutton.-Our latst notice, oif l'Trsday,
fi i le mtarkes wvih ni goods de-niandl, andI
riees imtprovitig. Oni Friday the best
iaties reasdily btroutght 10 cents-thtis ~
tie omtinnedl sip to Saturdtay, whetn ihe
ruiee btecamte sdull. ansi prices sdeclinedi to
irer rmaes, viz: 9& a 9A1 fosr prime. On
ionsay the miarket opened .st frost 94 to
g at whlicht rate it conttinued tup to yes
*rday, whten the demnands was limited, and
an other bitt choice hsits wouild brinig the
e-eights, The receipts nre~ otn the in- a
rese, butt are still fir btehtinsd those at the
snie peio last season. Thle hinsiness is
till coitfine~d to wngatns, ands ntearly all re
eveds hats met with a readyv sate. We
ortie tos gnotte to 74 a 9% ns the cx-j
ree sif the market--a chicse loat, in
fitnare hae ir offers's, wvould briing some- i
ting over isisr hsighse-tr snitatioin.
Grocris.-tt ithe erocery market we
ave tist msneh ebange tso notice. The
usiness at present tranisactinig is confinieds.
riniipally toi she csnmtry in the retail
ny By wvholesale there is little or nothi
HIMa U RC. Nov. 5.
Since our last ntotice, the Cottssn Mar
et, has tundiergone tsl little chatige in pri
es. Some sales htave becen mndle as high
s 10) ets. E xtreme sales 7 to 9.1 ets.
rrival have been heavy dunring~ the past
T [IE Friends of Major A. Jones, an
nounce him as a Candidate for the
rdlice of Tax Collector.
Nnv. 2, 1810. if 40
State of motih (.nrolina.
Edwqrd W. Rainnsay
Barbaera Raminny, In Eqity.
by their next triend,
17s Writ or Partition
Joseph B. Ranr.say ,
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtne of
an order froi Chaucllor Johnston, I
hall ofrer for sale to the higl iest bidder, at Edge
ield Court House. onl the first Alonday in Jan
lary next. the real estate of' Barbara it. Ratm
my deceased, consisting -if two tracts afland as
ollows, viz. one tract orswaip laiind contain
tng three hundred acres more or less sittated
n Edgelield District. on Savatnah river. and
>onnaded by said river, and by lands of' Inry
3owers, Dr. Bradford and .ames H. Hat
nond; and one other tract of' pine land sitna
ed in said D)itrict on the waters of Savanunh
-iver, cotaining one linidred aeres more or
ess, and bonnded b lanmus of John Dick, Ma
y Bowers and Janin's II. Ilanmmod-Said
rncks to be sold separatelv, on a credit of one
mnd two venre. except so mnuch as maay be re
essay ti pay the costs, which must lie paiid in
ash. The purchasers to give bonds mid per
onal security, and a mortgage of' the premuises
u secnre the piurciase money.
J.'T ERRY, c. F. E. n.
Ed/gefeld. Dec. 4. 1840 $5 61 d 45
Instruclioi in Music.
CIIARLES DONalALL. Professor of the
lFlinte, respectullv tenders his services to
lie linhabitatnts of Edgelield. in giving Lessons
in that admired lIsiriment or on the Violin or
initur, by an origial ensy and rapid Method,
is taught by hit in the prmucipal Cities, and
f'illnaes of Soutl Carolina, and many Statcs of
Ptpils attended at their own Residence. or in
lis Room at the Planters Hote1. Dec. 10.
T HE Subscriber takes this inethod of say
1 ing to those indelbted to the old firm of
gicholsoin & Presley, on notes and accounts
'or the year 1M39, and previous, that necessi
y compels tue to regnest them to come fbr
vard and pay tri. I owe money dite on ie
a.t fit January iext. and cannot extend liinger
udilgence. I would also say. that I wish to
nake an invariable rule in mv iisiness to h ave
ill accounts lignidated tihe 1st of January each
'ear, which will save it- cnisiderable trounble,
ad be for die interest of iy enstoiers.
E. B. PRESLEY.
Dec. 10 tf 45
'E Subseribers nmke this last call on n'
. those indelited to them. to comen forward
imi liqnidat their tinotes atnd ccotiuts, without
lelay, as we are deteriined to close tip onr
umsiiess. All those who do not take advantage
if tais notice, lay the fifteenth day of Jannary
ext, will find their uotes and accounts in the
iands of nn Attornev for collect ion.
C. L. GOODWIN.
GOODWIN, IARRINGTON &. Co.
HARRINGTON & BRYAN.
Dec.7, 1840 if 45
rIE Subscriber ot'ers for sale his well
settled Plantation. sitnated in Anderson
)istriCt, nine miles below the Village. on the
;aite rii leading froim Pendleton to Albevil le.
'or p-artienlurs apply to the Sibsciiber on the
iremises. W SANDERS.
Niiv. t. e 45
Bland Cathi'ri& Co.. anJ others,
vs II. Dinion.
ILL be mold at the honse ofJlohn Chent.
ShIlam.jr. onl Friday the 1 ,tlh inst. olin
en of corna in the shuck snpposed to contai it
wo or three ;;ih red hushel.: le ied oi nts the
roperty of II. Dnn1t.i1n to satisfy thae above
ases. Trerms of snile Cash.
S. C HRISTIE, s. E. n.
Dec. 2. 184l0 h '15
D. D. anrvin. vs
W II.L lbe sold at the residence of Ander
sion IInutern, oni Satnrday the 10thl
stauit, onae kny horse, ne fiat oaf Corn, nodf one'
it iof .eed Coitron. huevied on ,as then properly if
Lidersola liniter, to satisf'y the above case.
Trermas of sale Cash~
S. CIIRLISTIE, 5. E. I.
Dec. 31, 1840 h 45
,j'SES .ifURRAII, living on the Abbe
.ville road. haetween Nicholas L~owe's and
.ihertry liill, toils before mec a mnoute coalored
(arse ulie thiirteu'n tad a hialfhtands high, three
ears old next sparinag. black streak oiver his
lboulde'rs,:ad black feet. sidles miarked with
ae gear. Appratiseid at fl'ty dollars.
E. SETTL E, .J. P.
Dee 5, 1840 anid 45
N ihie 1st day oaf' Jantuary nuext. two or
Lthru'e negro fellows bielonging toa the estate
f.i. Richnardson di'd.. wvill he hired fot. for
ac ye.ar IM41 . at the plantation bselonging to
aid estate, nmear .ir. Benij. Stephaens' place.
B. A. WALLACE.
Guanrdiani of the i: inure.
Edgefi eki. Dec. t, 1t'40. c45
W A NTE D bmy the subasc rihier at Edgefiel
C lionqe, S. C. three floot Mifkers
>whaom as good agetas will he paid, as ai anay
the place ini the Sttate ; and constanat etmpluiy
aett given I'or thte year round.
B. A WA LLA CE.
Dec. 8 1840. e 45
HiE Co-partnuership betwueen the sublscri
hers, tunder thes frmt of Penii & Bran
oin, wits dissolved on the first of March last.
'They take this opportunity of earnestly Ye
nleeting aill persons mtdebtedf to said firm, anid
[tel firm of Brannon, Hudson & Co., either
v inote or book accont, to make immiiediate
vmetaat All deibts due tnot paid lay the first of'
nitmaryv next, will lbe plt ia smit,'na lotnger in-~
ulgen'ce will tnot lie givena. W. 13. i.rannon
aautaurazed ton settle the bausiness.
G. L PF.NN,
W. B. BIRANNON.
Dec. 1. 18940. d 44
To Rent and Ilire.
111F Su-hscribaer wvill reiit foir the ensnling
J.year. the tracts of lutid of Jiio. Mf. Simnp
ins, on thle Benver Dam Creek. now reoteil
11d occtupiied by La Fayette B. Pixiey, anid
lHe w'ill also hire ont for thme enstning year,
*evera valuabale Negroes. amang whomt tire a
:od Carpenter. a Bhacksmtith, a job Carpaen
er, at Coiok or twoa, andi the blanuce first rate
tatd betide. ELDnRED SIMKINS.
T IIE Excelletnt Tearlicer who at presen
has charge ot' onr 8chool, havinig declin
ed reinaiiing another year. a gniilemani wel
elified to lreipare youth for lie Juior lns
othlie S. C. College', is wanted to take chary
ot the Edgelie'ld Male Academy, f om the first a
Jinnary next. The Trnstees have bemi desi
rouns of procnring the services of a etilemm
who intends to make a profession fr tiem iiisj
ness of touching; and the experience ofl'ie pac
Slir years, ends to sirengtlen tieir convictiois
t i., is only such i Tenearber, who is nitiosinu:
of acquirmg reputation in his employment, ihl
cuts establish our classical school iupi a ba-;-i.
p~romjisinig perm ani en)tIusefuln iets. Also wanted
fron the first of'Jiemtinry next,
AN ENGLISII TEACHER,
who is perf ctly competent to give instrnetioi
in all the hraincies usu:ly tan"hit l all El;
lish Schoiuol. Aiimig these, a thorough know
edge of English Grmnmar, Arithimitic, Geograu
phy. and the use of the Glotes are considered
To such gettlemen. ns can come well recom
mended,the Tiirnstr'es tenre to proiise per
mtit employneiit, and gool waies.
Chairman of the BouIrr.
ri'l-field. Nov. 2, 184 ir 410
SLLpersons indebied to the Sibscriiter
eather by hook arcomet, for imp- of hand
artreerie4s4 to make imneinte p:ymilet.
In r-e ii tiler of those. claims havi n heIm
clne ihr venzrs. Thie t'nbiscriber has n-ed ever
honest exertion to procre ioney to mm t his
eignrgement., and favor his cnistoiers; ann
longer idiulgence therefore, it is inrLesnnblb
to expect. Separately, a large nnmheriofthesi
debis lire simall, the aeregate Uion lit f' whihih
woild answer all his p-upo.ses. It is expected
this notice will siipercede any forther demand
C. A. DOWD.
Edgefield, Dec 1, 1840 tf 44
House and Lot For Sale.
T HE Subscriber on)ers for sIle. on reason
able term;, his H4onse and Lo, siiiiatet
in the village of Greenwood, Abbevilie )ie
trict. The sitiation is plensant. in, a cenira
part of the village, adjoiniig ti Lot oa the Fe
a!le Academy. h'lie Ilinse is one storv, cot
tainig three roois and two fire place., lie
sides a basement story. of two rooms aid Iw
tire places. The out buildiuags nre iitnh!e nni
com einient. Apply to Cols. Iicliarl or Lurkii
Grilin. IN. W. HODGES.
N. 13. A good nine or lealwe serv:it. (-rv
or girl) would bnt taken partly in pay, it prelfti
red hiv the pirehiser. N. W. I
'iumani 1insitmion, Nov. 123 Ih4. d 4 I
IDGEFIELD C. IL. S. C.
(lormerly .nnwn ss GLO ER'S IlOTEL.
T1'H E Siubscrilicr, respeeifuilly inftorms Ii
friends and the travelling pnihin ge'neral
IV,. that lie has purclhased the albove nauw.
(lotel. and has fitted it sip in a mainer. stur
passed by none in the country. It is now ope
e'r the reception o Trvelets and Boarer?
His Table will lie supplied with the best t:
Ilik Stables are spacion.,, and homnti'full,
supplied with Grain and Fodder, and attenile
iy titliul a1ndl attentive s: IIs.
The undersigned pledges himself that si
exertions on his part shail be sared. to eivi
gemiral satis'action to all who mny favor hil
Witlh their patronage. I. GOODMAN.
Lnte ot tile slfw IHoiel. Aii::nis:n, (:n
No'vtber 10, 1810. ~ t .11
The Aiigitsta 4'nsittitilist, Chain
Inn Conrier, Sonth Carolinian 1in1d Grm'elvill
.iontaineer, will give the tibove three in. r
tiois, and forward iheir hills to C. 11. G
TI1E Sbscriher havinit recently opee.
"I the ll T'E . rmmerlyden' pied lby G;. W
.iA SON, respciettiily solicit-a a snare ee't ipubbu
pa~troniaie hi is Taeile shall al wnys h' l'in
aisheed with thme bie.,l the .Markeis nifild no'
h is S mnh'es w ithi lie Iest pi'oveder; andcI ~ ere
f'eaid c atduentive O sth'rs.
No expenuse shall hce spa redl to rendetr i
liotel :agreeale to till wile ho m' call eiponi hii
IL I. HI1'TElt.
i!atiunr-.r. S. C. Nov. 7. ii -hI
Th'1e Fdeltield Advertiser,.Gre'envillael m10m
tuiineer. l'cm~ile'on .Alessenigc r. will givce thn
inusertion" nil thie ('harleseun Coenrier wiill com'
once~ 1 wte'. tor onie minthi andi forward h bh-i
hills ta the .-nbissriber ihr pay menit. it. lt. I I.
I ll E ndersignied, lnte of'ihe Merchant
Ilotel. Charleston. (S C.) would inflon
his f'riendes ande the public~ that lie has" iakeni th
aibove lintel, andie is inow ready to acommoidati
thoese wvho maiy thvoir him witlh their patronee~~.
lii' wiill make no himst of'whuat hi' witll d. lIhr
tiheer thanu to say', that his tables ni il l bet, frnishe<
with the best the mearket-. atlard. u':i' the e'-1:ah
lisltinemi receive his peirsoatil attentiion; aendi
theise who entlh on himtionce are not <ntiistier
with his bill at' thre atnd acceoimodations, lie
will limt solicit them to call agnin.
W IL iA3 GOSS.
Anurnsta Ga Oct. 2-,1840l ci 40)
The Eerfi'ehl Advertiser. Greenville iAonin
tni'eer, Coleomin Scimhl C~talhian~, and Mil
ledegeville Standard ot Unieon. wd'il c'ope' the
aibeve we'ekhy t'our timies, anid send thmeir hill
or patymen~tt ito W. G.
Private & Transienut .Board ung
BY MRfS. E:DII'ARD Ir. cL'IR.I?
liHE has taken Mir. Curtis' brick boil.
Jdinog, immedhiaiely opposite Mlessrs
iHently & MIcCerdl's Gr'omery Store amt
tMessrs. Slovall, Simmons & Cii.'s Wa~re
house, wihere she will neommaodiate:
fecw regula r Boarders, or nnty ofl he'r cotuntry
f'riends who may pilense to call an hier'.
Famiilies f'romn the counti'y enn here hnyt
retirement, atnd yet be conveniient to' buti.i
Augustai, Gun. Oct 20, r 40o
The MilledgevilleJournal and Euigeliebt
Advertiser will copy tiihei e foer six wecek'
TA M requtired bv the Act of' the Lecgis!nm
Utore, iandc by a Ride passedl at the laist Coir
for this Distrie', to aukie a special re'in-rn o:
emnthi, of' every Executioti in the ShecrilT's tilicec
ithint a prescribed titme. Atiud in oircler to save
costs to tine paurties, tand nimpleasat trouible te
myself', I hereby respectfiidly nrge e've'ry lDe
'etndanit in Execution, to maike s'peemlv patv-'
mensut ; and all Plaintilfs. whoseg cnses are tiarik
ed " Wait Orders," to cmie iurwardl attt pn't
or cause to bee pidc, the costS em sneh casi'. oti
erwise the Execnttions will lie sent ouit t'hr levy
S. CIIlUSTIE, s. ii. ii.
Nov. 0, 1840. dI d i
AVIRGINIA Hiemp atic'le, for stulc
bepby DOWD & 3IEHGS,
Nov. 18. - t' r4.?
'11-1WN 1 AYV o I'iI.Y I. Mth~IdJ ill-lallt,
11V ti'aile..d -it) .11 ar.. os' naz, blaick r-aii
aund: illiile'. .1 fill. I)i 11101) wheol walkinr~.
.1 fowii Inwk %w!i.:I VW1ne 11) "i Ltil" rathier
IIaeck 1*31)111 Ih feceii-;:Ili t. ea fit tolbirco. I I.
m~ id oImpd ~ ke at;,i:nchedI. Il J ihrtnerlv
helloligI'd it, *lr..*.. Id Edrz.I~Oiul. Ie lla
111.114c IdsIa - il, 1ler I'm- E.elivld or its
Iledr!4 il. :iiel 14 1. Si t.# i: Vriljur, irfoiin
on I)i .-Dsi ict. Arll receive a1 iewnrd III
TJi lIv 1)nI Ihirs; and~~ ']'(!!I D.IAlar i apiare
liieidtii in: lidih !ul I ie rici.
Shaikere GardIen see.ds
T IE Cropt~i Seed, Sion Aill It(, re.
IIIl elf: )it (it- ii 21;ili of Ii
la:rge v".eel :neW: of SEI~ rshihe'ril~Iv
fly Ilit' 81A K E 1RS of Conneti -wtbd
st-c. ribcr Isavi ii nolne olher. T1':ef:!
have prod e'r'ib eiiiittorv re ri 1.
to set Ihlim --(Y. TIhe lislill 1 ~oi lIrlev
miieiue in comilIrv fdealer"4.
J.r H. SEVrts .t
AN rECTJIt;N %iw-: I-:'.!, nnile N11 :i
i-11iv i C to ( erk (t fill, Cnort (pi 4. o iut
riel. o? li- ll~iliwi,'_ 'wefr. til wit:
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oropt id inc :ito .1 i e ' ;il
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