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Set at Liber y.-The defaning post
master of New Orleans. AMeQueen. who
was recerdlv. in Hou14ton, Texas, on a re
Iquisitiion from the Governor of Loui-ainna,
has been set at liberty, on the ground that
he had not visolated any law of the State of
Louisiana. Large rogues bitter through
the meshes of the law. Had McQueen
been only a pickpsicket, or a pork thief,
there would have been io discovery made
ofrhe "flaw in the bond" by which lie was
A man killed by a Bear.-A corre pflfn
dent o thu Bostun Mail, writing trom St.
Albans, Vt., states that on Munday, the
I Ith inst.. while Mr. John C. Clark and
James Owen, were choppitg cord wo d.
abont two niles from the centre of that
village, on what is called the old Hitch
hurn road, they were suddenly attacked by
four large bears, and melancholy to relate,
Mr. Owen was killed in the encounter by
being squeezed to death by one of the
hears. Mr. Clark, it is stated, succeeded
in killing two of the animals, by striking
them on the head with hit axe.
Another Federal Principal Avowed.
The Baltimore Patriot, one or the most
pr-nniient ,Federal prints of that city;
gives the fsllo ving in an extract ofa letter
froi "a distinguished Federal nember of
"I hope your banks do not think of re
sminig specie payments so loug as the
Sub-T0lreasury law is in force."
This advice. coiniug frtom a metber of
the National Cotuncils a' a itme when the
Le isture of.\laryland is in -sessiont, and
when that body will be called upon to en
act laws to compel t ie hanking institutinis
of that State to reontmte the payment ofspe
eie for their "pronises to pay." is one of
the evislences, already given by the F efle.
ral party. of their dettrminatiion to prevent
a return of ronifi ence in t hte ptuhh mi n ttsid
unless they enno accomplish their party
ends. Farther commemt is unnecessary.
Important to the Newspaper Readers.
It has he-t rec-nitly dee'tled ini Philalel
phia. that if a piers)oi aitiws it paper to
he left ton hi4 prettises, and seceives snehls
paper and rends it, h, is ihble for she -mbl
1 scristion, (notwithstanding lie may have
- called it the tlic'e and exiressly ordesred
Sit stolped.) 1t a persontdoes nt intend to
pay for a paper, lie iiust not receive nor
We fitid the above in an exchnnte pt
per. It is om Ia Nw, exceptt h it rt mar
i ked in brackets. If a persnu calls aod sr
iders the papier stopped, in time, lie otught
not too be helI ltihble.
Tie law sit1g1,t ta be further amneld.
makinss a iano h-s sthsicribes to no pa
ler. nnd horrows his neighbor's pay douli
IJT he Catholic Church in the U. States.
TIht. thlic lmatine fssr 1641 states the
Citl die popustilati n in the U. States too lie
1.31,0.000 The n5mber of eirty mn45.
sif which 439 aire in the it istry andti 1J9
I 01herwise empitloyesl. The iumber sil
elsnreies and ebIapel's is 512; chintelhes
hot-ilina, 27; other sai<,394. There
are 17 eerleiiaitieni insit ution,. with 144
clerientl 'tstdents. rhe male religion,
institionis number 31, ail the lensale
asendenties, 58. There are its the female
acadeti-s, 2.70 iupilc. The hterary i.
stit utisons fosr yountsg men-t 24I. and te yostntt
snen its themt I ,59. Thte issnusber isf~a thI
sslie liisops in the. U. S. i< 17. Din i
1840, the ascessisats to te priaessly office
have been S3.
The New York Csotrier & Egrtirernn-.
tnsastn'es. "nntt t with nr ssrsditnary fielinss sof
isatisfasctioni, that lie Natvy Dep~artmtett
will lie tsendseresd to the, .on. Frnei-i- Gr.sm
ger of tisis State.'' is tist tsi, lisn. Fran.
oeis Grantger thes very ittsivisdual who wit,
rust isime yearts sice n' ihe Amssi-Ma;sotii
antI Ahuslitiost n cnudidate for Vice Pressi
lentt ? And what is the SthtI t' tinitk ofl
t wa sch poliitic'ian, as WVebster atid Gra-;si
aer. heinig mtembsters of thte new Cabhiniet.
Can atty good~s comet suit sch a Cahitnet?
Ke'ntucky.-The' hill prsividling for a re
pieal sif the existinsg hiaw of Kein scky
whtic-h proihibsit" thes- brintgting intos that '.tates
of shaves. huir the purpose sof sasle, wns ne
~rativedl by the I Iitse of Represetattivyes,
after long aisl ardenit dii~enssion, sat theat
9thI itnst. 'lThe voste sin the pa~s'~sn ofthe
bill osf repealh was-ayes :34. nu~es .5:3. Re
ferring s to lie qutestioni thtus dlecidleh, thets
L'iuisvil le JsuirntaI .anys: "Nit queis'tiont
whlicht hits comtte befoire the Ks'nttneky Le
gislattre for yeasrs has paroduceed so mtuc~h
excitemtenit as this."
Brandyand Salt fore cer .'-Thie fsillsiw
ing test'motunial "' fro ste of the suffers"tC''
is gjuitse irresi--tile as tos the ttmerit-. of this
grastt paneena. It is extrated lromt the
Lsondo'n Cotmic Alhutan ac.
"s'r--i Take the iihietrty ''f ablressin2
yew about thne biramty & sawlr. i was
alIliesed with dturedll I'twntes sof sperc'its &
r'ewmistsism iti h Iav itig freely ;tplide t he
ithusv hats bioath Disatpcard. sir msy wny
of Aplying~ is thse sawh outisidase wottst a
slay & the biransdsy ini twice ev'ver-y our. its
eifex is sumlims reasly Astonsishaing. mty
wiife allso sakes the ahnev Medldisiti in her
tea, atne fintds crate 5'enniftts.
-sir yeni r ,lsist obesdit
" rUMatMAS SPonNI.
'" P. S. sir a neybser sif mtint TIrsse the
abu v oni his wife hentn Blad skah Iled killintg
a pig bitt Untlukky fosrgoit to Psut int the
sawts. owevver it was an i IVery wel, fsor
the brandiy a lin Cured-s his wife & tnow
he's got the Sawlt to Cure htis hakuni."
The fiinlowine sentimnental parneraph is
worthsy ofl Sternse. We take it frsi'm the
IPhibaedelphtia Nsirth Am~teric'ant:-" A lasdy
orr enkinig tsp a newapler looks first to the
mnarriagss then, to site deathIs; first in what
is nmost dsired. then toa what i's mtost dlrend.
edl. Like a pietn dbin in it's iasrilkatisonte,
shse leaves onse ext remuity otnly tra gaiin otn
:tr.othier ; lastt site bieatifuhslly ilhsast rates~i
hsumtan life, whirh is itself a pendlumia vi
brating betweeni a smaile tand a lear."
An elderly lady mieetinig a newly trarr
rieds mant, who hai since beeni her servat.
carryingc hsame a e'rai, sexcimesdcs, " Abh
John, these are frtuisf marriage." ' Nit
madamn." replied John, " this be only tbe
Eggs of te Coftsa.-It is esdmated
hat the female carries i her overy mo'eP
than 9,000.000 of eggs. No wonder, there
rore. that 20.001) fiiermen do not cause
Liis fisi to disappear from the deep.
A woman in Boston, %% ho has been ad
dlicted to the vice of opium enting, bas
heen comminihled for two years to the house
of eorrection in that city at her own re
quest, and that of her husband, in order
that she mny have an opportunity of sub
duing her depraved appetite.
Macnish in one of his essays says: "I
have ietn-trked, and Gil Bles's mother did
the same thing. that woten geterally hear
.t grent dislike to their son's wife. This is
the more retarkable, us they are almost
always fond of their sons-in-law."-Can
any person explain the why and where
fore of these singular facts ?-Boston Cour.
SAVAsNA9. Jan. 24.
From Florida.-The U. S. steamer
Beaufort, Ca ptpain Hunter, arrived yester.
day from Pilaika. We received a letter
frot our attentive correspndent, who in
formq tA that tie express riders rrom the
interior posts, for the last threeor 'fourdays,
report that there was no news.
The steamer Witi. Gaston. and the
Charles Downing, we understanid are hour
ly expected from St. A ugustine. We may
ptosihlty hnve stimethina lby the arrival of
these honts front the expeditiou of Col.
Harney to Saim Jones'camp.
r'lhe Mercury stntes that onur Washing
ton correspomttl'nit wits ini error in attribut
ing the amihorhip of i lite pamphlet on
the Amistad case to Mr. Calhtoun. The
Mercury furthersnys it kiows the name of
the nthor. having it Irom himself, hit
di es not frel at liberty to disclose it.-Char
Hianjaa, Jan. 30.
The report of the Cotton nimiket. which we
made sln SatnIdav lust. left it in if sound atd
healthy condition. On Monduy - i Tuesday
an ndvaiice at'4 cent was maitamitied. owimg to
the ttecimtts received fromi Liverpool up it the
24th Dec.. advislit of an ndvatcei on Upland
. to .Jl p.r li whicha shoved our market up in
1O.&c. Prices was steadily stliportedl uitil
Vediesduv eventin., whet still later tiews nr
rived fr->m Liveryuonl. in) to the rithl Janunry,
which enntsed oitr dealers to rum 'he salt's tip
with j cents mt!vance ott forner putchnses.
Prices are now rmiig from 10 to 104 cents
Priaac'anl sales 10.1 c:ttts Some few extra
h.ti-s f choice cott'ii have been sald as high as
Ili. hit do nottt eine i onr qutatioiins. The
iarkt cloted with aaintiitn.
Ti. arrival of C('ti on wvaron-t and by
btoatt. on Tihiirs-inv. n-nonnteI to fi5 halet!s.nnd
on Frinay some 50t) inorte was receivad in the
ware hiodes. Great prnise is ine ottr cottion
biver' for the -pu'!k they manifest towards tle
articlo. especial'v when prices nie so very hielt
with them. Indedil we are of the opinion. that
Fiinhirg is .tie of the lost coitton markets in
the wtort. We are inow Iit abnt n cent he.
tow Liverioual prices. and shond the next ac
coutit bw (hvorable. t tere will hi- no stopping
our buyers at the presett qnotations.
Auous-ri. Jannary 29.
Cooan-When our bast rtpotrt was ainde tIp
nur t'otton nirket was very firim at the priens
then qintedu; siltce waitb. we have ribceived ad.
vicest t'rmin Liverponl. (by the Patriek 1entry
at N. York.) iii, to the - 4th ot'nt month. show
itn a frilthr advanc in thrit tnirk.t ofi n 4-;
over lb. Theot ientaIt. iken in cnniiection
with onr very lim'ted reripta. the' ve more
limitedst goek on snite. hnvtse canwed the'artie'It to
ndennuee iti oine mairke~t -ij- 'an the r'ates previ
onus~y c'irrenut. rTe qunta'i-mos whic'h wve nn
ne . nire it neeerdatnee witht actnal sales umde
Livertnonl C'nseiftenttion-Ordlinnry to Mid
dlingt 9.i a 1t; \iid Iliin' Fa:ir 10lj; Fair J0ja101;
Good Fair (very scnree)10fij311.
Cnxuct.s'ro. Januuary 30.
U'otto.-Since thte date otf onr review of the
23dh inst. bitt ai mtodrate hnisonits htas lieen dei
in Uplanid. na thme salea do ntot exceed 3900 tings
\tt the cIose of the Intst. nuid ni Mlondaiy tof the
ding in Uplandt. in contseatqueince otf thle highi
r. Itater neutsttiti reachetid tus fromt the other
.ite. sh,-in.vil an impllraoveent int pria'es in the
Liverpol and iit Hatvie itarket', wvhich gave an
impltlh.ti to hoiniestt. tiC denleis enmtie frwa~rd
nt npe'rated io a moderaite extent at ahout in
atdvanicet ili thet ratesa of the iprevins week; Iliac
imprlovmntt waus ma11inintid it on it thie transac-e
tios tt'the two siuccessive days, but the market
yesterday in's vera dull.
Refbipts for Sulbscri pt ion.
The Pibsher ncknoiwledges the Receipt
rroun thte Co lowing personts, to the titme pt
ilonm to theair r'ta'ective' names:
Robtert Uroioks Mllat. 4. 1842.
N. Lowe. February 8. I 8h1.1
Bei~nnet htityobaIs, '-ril I8 8. 1.
Ml aj Alt bra Joes, Febrhary ti. 38842.
Ntthant \orri', ebiruiary 8,. H~41.
E. P. Ahtney. Febraryer d, I 42.
L. N. Griilini. Febrarvr 8. 1.842.
13. J. Ryain. Febru:irv '8. h84l.
Manj. J.'S. Jerer. Fttiernaiy 8. 1842.
John.1 Ki ksey, E'aq., Ebarumai 8. hN42.
Fro i Jaas. N. LUntey hor 8. 4.iaford, Jan-.
marv 9, 1842.
Jos. N. Bailey, Jannary 2, 1842.
Jantitsts Iitarrison, (ad Andersonmville, S. C.)
uly 2. 1841.
TIhos. Ii. larvey. Jnitary 9, 1841.
Call. \V. Braoo!<s, Febritary 8. 1642.
C. WV. Ctt:-hranl. Februnryv 8. 1841. t
John (alield. Janulary 7.~1842.i
8. 13. Ryan, Februiary 8, 1842. :
lI'alhenl Johntsotl, Febrmny v . 1842.
Maj. ti Posy. Febrmtary 8. 1842.
Ca..pt. It. WVerd. t'ebrnarv at. 1841. I
Ctil. L-trkint Gridinl, I ctaaiaer 8. 1841. l
John it. Wevaer, Jmtte 25. 1841.
C. Innzhnit. Februnlry 8, 1841.
WVm. WValdrom. Fetbrmtarv 4, 1842. f
E. Davis. February 8, i842.
Died. on Sunaday. the 3d day of Jannuary, li
811. at the restide lice of her hn.-banid, in Edge- I
ield District.8S U..ahfter a short illness of unine b
lays, Airs. Obtedieuten Newvsom, consort of Mrr
im. Newvsamn, ini the S~th year of her age.
Died ott Motnday evteit the 18th~ intit.. at
he residencee of hier soit W. B. Cantelow, of
sinrohn Ga., Mrs. Alice Canteltow relict tat ti
Jir. Lotuis Can:eiow, is'nior, and formerly aa
esident of'Augtusta, aged 83 years.
Be on your Guard. C
L jL Notes anti Accounts dull Jefiers & I
ilontiware, or HI . L. Jetf -rs, must be st- si
led n~ or before the fir4of March oex,or theyC
vill be turned over' for colectio. fI
H. L JEFFERS. -
T HEF Subscriber has opened a Hosnh of
Entertainnnt. and pledges himself to
dfiard good accommodation, at moderate charq
es, to all those who may favor him with their
:nstom. LA RKIN GRIFFIN.
Greenwood,February 1, 1841. -
Feb. 4. d I
"Old Virginia never tire."
'10 sill the good people trading to H amburg
and Augusta. I would respeciftillY say,
that I have for sale, and low to suit the times;
Most kindeshelf HARDWARE& CUTLERY.
A varietV of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and
SHOES: 80 BRASS & WOOD CLOCKS.
toerrated. Several CH EESE, weighing over
100 pounds each, the best ever in market, and
as good as ever can be.
All kinds TIN WA RE. and alljobs or orders
shall he attetided to faithfully.
Also, just received, two good and spkidid
CARRIAGES, which will be suld on excellent
terms to those wamning.
Also. high post and French BEDSTEADS.
Having engnged the services of Mr. H. S.
Rockwell. can attend to repairing and cleaning
CLOCKS. for n few nouths.
Please give me a call Gentilemen If you are
wishing fortany thing in my way of trade.
A. ID. CHUJR CH.
Hambnrg, Feb.3, 1841.
PROSPECTUS OF THE
New Genesee Farner,
Edited by .. J. THoMAs. and M. B. BmATX9,45.
Assisted by DAVID THoMAs and Other4.
BA'ruam & CROSMAWt, Proprietors, Roches
ter, N. Y.
Volune 2d, for 1841, 14 pages Monthly, with
The Cheapest Agricultural Paper in the Union.
Tznus-Only 50 cents a year. (in advance.)
Seven copies, for $3; twelve, copies for
$5; twenty.fe copiest for $10; to Post Mas-.
ters and other Agents, who siad money tree of
"The New Genesee Farmer," less passed
through the Meet year of its puiliration wihn
very flattering StiCCi-S, notwithistanding the op.
posine inflitences whiih it has had ti enconn
ter; and while the ptblisla-rs express their
griatitide for the nuistance aid suppmtt they
have thus fliar received. they wnild nouw with
renewed conifi.letnce. nppens to the frim-ds of
%gricititure for aid in beiaf corf the Second
Volume. The inccesfstl re-establishient of
the G ENESEE FARM ERt in it. town Natie
Suil. sed at i a econumical price. is a sonrce of'
much eraific.stiei to the frieeids cof improvi
mesiat in Western New Yeork; aid the utb
liahers flatter thaer'ves that their efforts are
not niappreciated, atnd will not long be unre
It is now fairly proved that tIse "New Gene.
Wie Farmer" cane be stshined. at a price which
places it withiti the reach of all ; and the retan.
intion which it has alrealy obtained rar talent
and usefulness. witl not snfi-r by a compariaun
with any panperofthe kind in the Union. Every
cremsive Number that lass ieet i4sapd. hns
ishown an increase of talent ansd additional cor
respondemis. Besid - conrainieg the most
n:cful and -spirirltrticles selected frosin other
Agricultitrail l)ti!licatisons. the New Geneses.
Farmer hats received! dturing rite piat year ori
inal con'ributions from more thai SEVINTY
WitiTrEls, most of whom are well known
PIA CTICAL FA l t . This cosrrespn.
sence n"ill constinute tee increase, anad, wvith onr
ible .editorial assistanace, we cene conifid-ntatly
issaire the readers of the- piaper, that it will ceti
toessi tao inacrease ins interest and nsefeinhiess. in
proiportison as5 it beenmeis better kinown and
mnore generailly circuslasted.
The psroprisiers are daetinsd to spare no
rensointtble pas ior exptense ini moakintg the
New Geniesee Farmreor worthy of a liberasl sany
port. Several impilortantt impilrovemiientts wda I
be made ini the asext Votlumie ; among whichI
re the foallowisng:-Ench naumber wvill caontalin
tesms oif Etnglishi and ouiher news, particularly
rehting to the cropes aid the iinarkeas; such as
anuvthe ofservic-e to farers in tsharketinig their
produsce. Th'le papler wvilh be iaf fine gntality
end with a hinndssomie engraived heaadisng,
which is iii a staste of preparntin.) the aspyeanr
nice of the sliest will bi mniche unoprovied. The
Farmaer will be issnedl regularly at the first of
ah mi ith aund imiailed~ .with great deispiatcha.
A compqetenit anid enre-fur clerk is emnployed to
eter she namses of 'ubhcr-iber-s. asia keel. the
1eonints, soe ttat wve heope tat avoid all iniaccu.
racies or cance otf coim lsits.
The naim anal ob'ect sof the New G,-nsesee
Faramer, is to plen-c send beniefit all of its ra-a
ierta, aand sadvanace the iantere-sts of Apsicusltire
tad H-ortia-enbusre-thec best initerests (If cmimnn-ii
ity. Matny of its preseant readhers h:tve ex
pressedl thei high degree of satisfasction they
mave derived from ia ts pages; arid we haipe all
af thiems nire so we il piciased with it thsat they
"ill nout only reneaw their own seebsca iptionis
prm'rptly, bitt indultce their nurghbors to sub
cibe AL~so. There are ihaousands of fartiers
: hae fimtis, whlo have iieve'r seen the New
Geeasee F-'n mear: and if it was showns theman,
imd irs charnet--r ezpluineda. theyv wnnild readily
mibscribe. We ensnaceive this to be a DUTY
xvich the readers of the paper owe tat their
eighbsrs, anid to their counittry, as wall as to
s. Let this deiy bse donae praomptly, anid nuar
nesnna of uiseiiena will be greattly exteanded.
imd the sahitr iindnaenie of the paper will
oon be meanifest throoghout the Agricotueral
T he frmmiils of Agricultuaral Societies shioul.1
secitily eicoaurnge this pper; foir. n'ess
aers aY.AD on dhe saNbject, arnd get ila~ir miuds
nerestoda ini their professisen, thay wvill nost act
ficietly lor its adlvaneeant. The S, cieties
rined last year in Western New York, and
heir fine exhibitionis. have already giveas a niew
impnlse to the ema,se in this section of counatry:
md it is confidently expected that muich more
-ill he dune the commag seaison.
It will readily he seen that the paper cannot
s sustaineed at this laow price, with.nat a very
arge -uibscripaion list; anal as it will not affar'd
lie expense of emsploying traivebinir Age~nts,
re must rely ois tin voluntary efforts of the
riends of the eausae, to obtain suinbsrihers. TO
OST MAST ERS especially, we aro already
readly indebted. and wye respecttiilly solicit a
ontinnsancee of their patriotic assistansc.
Post Masters have a right to remit money
omn subscribers to puiblish'.as of papers free rif
osage. So that subhscribers hiavea only to
aind them their names, with the money, and
egnaest them to forward the samne
Agents tand Post Mlasters are particularly re
neste-d to inform ras. as enrly ass posssible, what
umber of papiers are liske-ly to be wanted at
eir offices. so that we may calculate how largea
is addlitiuon will be requsired.
No-r.-AII papers ordered, are charged to
e persons ordering theta; and the money re
alved is placead tot their credhit. AlU subscrip
ons are disconatinaud tend of the year, un
-as paid for ' -i advance. No
ascripion o ar -
niatter, a only determined
iasi'cnheCosto rtite and money.
1.ug away then, with all hair-brained inno
-Vatis hti a iatter of such vital consequence to
every manl's property, industry and bread.
Leave to honest industry and thrint. the strorg
est possible assuzances of realizing the reward
Pojr exertions, and let the Testless energies
- ianistit be expended ion constituttions,
eat ahd creeds. of which the desituc
or teadccleang, Mtm their natural aiim.
B'd let the Lind'ord rent his houses, the Mer
lhaat -self his merchaunize. and the Loborer
-is services, with the te tainty that if the buyer
ofe er shall dishonestly withhold the pay.
law is on his side, ready to amend or
Prom the Greenville Mountaineer.
1Vr, Editor.-In the mouth of June,
182f, a very valuable negro man belong
ing to Maj. William Eldins, of Albbeville
District, runiaway from hun without the
slightest provocation. and went to Halifas
county, N- C.. from whence lie carme but
a few years previous ; snd after an absence
of two years and seven months, he was vo.
luntarily returned -to his master.-What
will the Abolitionists say to this? Or when
will they cease to dentounec slavery as a
moral evil I Here is a negro of uncommo.
intelligence, who, in all probability, might
have escaled forever; bitt no, hie prefers
the serviiele of a humane master to the
liberty profferel hy the hypocritical friendi
of univers-il freedom.
Shortly after this negro absented hinsell
from home, his owiter offired a large re
ward for his apprehension, which was co
pied into a vile Ah-lition pritnt. ptiblishei
in the State of Ohio. with the folloswing re
marks addressed to the owner: - Yot
have not got your negro, aod I hope It
Giod You never will." How will the learn.
ed l'iaiinthropist sof this exporession feel
when lie is inif,.rited fliat the iegro has re
iurned to his enas-ier, ntiihoni either cim.
pulion or persuaesient, antd scays that he i:
not eotly willing, bul anxious to cnntire i
slave all his lifei. S.
From tA Aususta Constitutionalist.
Daring ihe recent preidenitial ranvas iiel
w*a4 said albotit Mr. Van Buren and his uadlvoea
-sing aeg. soffrage in the New York Ceoeiven
tUon; and certin sothern whig pres hoed th
hardibee.i to me-sinttin that had noi Mr. Vat
iten ietken the pasition je -lid inl that cinven
ti.n the colored rice would. not have. been enti
tied to thn right ofuifrage. Every perversion
of facts. and every sander. whic. during tim
presidential canyvass. eieonnated ron ehe whip
press. will in dii timebuexpocd. .n the Hisnas
of Assenbly, of the legislature of New York
Jannarv 1b, l841, the tullowiig resolutiom
'Rsaolre, That vo niech of the message ol
the Governor is reites its -na unfortutnate race,
who having be a pinged by ie in:.. degredn.
tioa and ienrantice. has been exc.adeel rio the
franchise. by ae arbitrary property qun.ifi -at
tion. inconog.nioccs with all our inls:Lnttocmc,' (il
the lainguage olsaid message,) he referred tu t
Resoled. That all petitionsc tin rehete to the
elective fanchise by the ieopile of cnor of ithi.
state. shill be referred hereafter to the specil
ce0munetittee appointed uneder the above resiihn.
tionce. and that secic as have been heretolbire pre.
seinted and reterred to thecomccnittee on thejc
nectary, ne taken tromt fhat coinecittee, and re
ferred to the Atne special conucittee.'
Alabama.-The Hoete of Represen ta
tives of this State coi-usie of I00 mem-l
hers. atnd ist Cctnsedl as follow,-Natcives
of Seuth Carolina 29, North Carcecliia 17.
Georgia I7, Virginia 14. Tenmnessee 1I.
Alabaucn 6. Ke ncky 3. Newv Humpshcire
1, Coninecciccut I00. Farmers 639.
Lawyers 1:3. Doctors 6. Merecantes8. Miin
isters 2, Michanctsics I, Editors 1.-00.
Daclor Hines Recaptured.--We learn
fros hatoc Reouge. elhuc :his noctccriuc
conviet, aifter remiincg in thce swamnj
two dlays, being tired oaf longer hintintg,
camie eout to a hplamation lic lice higlandtslc
ande rege~*stedh the ntegroes to taeke his ironcs
oil -Theo slaves ait oe'ce tookl meeasires
for seentringL him, in whcich they ethTe:nnilly
scucceedeed, enet w~ithst anclincg the Dector eof
(ereed resistancce wvithc at lowie kncile. lie
hast aenina tacken his pcrocuer pcli(ce in the.
cells of the Penitentinry.-Mobile Chsron.
M'Leod.-T'he Rochester Decmocrat re.
ports ccc dhe authoerity ecr passengrers fromi
Lockp orc, that M'Leodl wass abuu tic be
remtovedh to Rochceser focr safe keepincg,
eo be escorted hv two*c cmpae~s of the
Untitedl t:ates trececls. Thle IiThlo Re
pubilican states that c w.o comopancies of air.
tillery have been ordered frome chact stiation
to L..ockpocrt ; ccn haccotunt, as rucmcor sid, ccf
ant ancticipaited anemtfpt of the Canadias
to rescue M'Leod.
Ofice Seekers -The editor of the Troy,
Ohiec Times, having recently paid a visie
to General Hlarriscm, ait Noth Bend, says
in his paperiof the 13th
-The Genterael is mcuch absuorbued in busi
nest, preparatocry tcc his depuartucre. whaich
will problabcly taike place abcout thce first ccf
Ferneary. At this early period, before
evec, he himnself is ien his culice, he is annocy
ed bcy applicants, somne for olEce, acnd someC
prayinte not to he dlismisesed, wvho aire now
in. Some have travelled fromci he extree
part .cf the Union seekineg place, whlilst
others tax his ticce andu patiece Iby enicr
mionely long epistles setting feorthc their vast
claims, fine qtualiicetions and grea;t sac
complishmsents, withete evene paying peas.
tage on the same. This neglect tee pay
postage is highily culpu.eble acid must veat
ticcus to the (G,-neratl, imlpossing uscon hitm
an unjiestexpenise ofnearely, if not quite, a
hundred dolhla p eornteh."
T he Hon. W'm. C'. Preston.-Wec have
it fimmr the cmccsi utnqttestionsale auchcuricv,,
chat Mr. Prestoun hcas no itcenticen of sic.
cepting a seat in the Cabinet, (ats hias beeno
coufadently reporteud) hut will remnaini i en
the Senate foir the pcurpose ouf giving his
aid tic thee new admnieitracion ice c'arryinga
out thceir mneasujres.-Cisar. Courier.
Mortzage of Jerusalem.-Ic is now well
authenicactedl thait the Recthsghilcde hehld a
mocrtgage ouf cte Holy City. a circumctstanece
that gives extraordinoary interest toc the
movemnent of the Jews, and the signs of
Pepper.--Near~ly eighteen hundred thou
sand pounds of black pepper are consumed
. HE Friends of Mr. John Lott, an
nounce hin as Candidate for Tax
Collector for this District.
Jan. 12, 1841. -d 50
Land for Sale
I WIL-L SELL at pnvate sale, a tract of
Land, cointainting five huntdred and fl
severs(557) acres,lyiug on the watersorShaw's
Creek, or on a small stream called Tiger. This
tract of Land has on it a mill seat. that will af.
11rd1w1ter siflicient for it to run halfi the time,
with about thirty acres under fence.and scarce
ly any other improvemeit except a log cabin.
T7he above mentioned tract of Land lies ad
joining lands.of Major Posey, Won. Johnson.
- Ripley aid oithers. A credit of one, two
and three years will be given, with bond and
security, or I will take good property.
P.S. The above mentioned tract of Land
lies in Edgefield District, abou 10 uiles east of
the village. Persons wishing to purchase will
make application to the subscriber. living it
the lower edge of said District, about 10 miles
north of Aiken.
Feb. 4. c I
bite of otth nuolina.
John Ruff and Philip 1
Cromer, Adm'ri. Blu to Foreclos
of E. Cromer, dec'd.
IT nppearittg to my satisfaction, that Edward
McCann, the s'efesdant in the above case,
resides ont of the limits of this State, on miotione
of complainant's Solicitors, ordered, that the
said defendnt do appear. and plead, answer,
or demsur, to the sanid lill, within three months
frloim the publication or this order. or the said
Bill will be taken pro confesso againsthim.
BENJ. Y. lARrIN, c. X.1. 0.
Commissioners Ofice, 26th Jan. 1841.
eb. 4 m I
tate Or South Caioiinu.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Eequire, Ordi
U.N nary of Edgefield District.
Whereas. Mark F.theridge, hath applied to
tie for Letters ofAdmninistration, on all and sin
gtitnr thie goods and chatteLhe. rights and credits
of Lott Etiheridge, late of the District aforesaid.
These are, therefite, to cite and admonish all
and singitlar. the 'indred nnd creditors of the
said deceased, tit be and appear befosre me. at
onr next Ordinary's Ceourt for the said District,
to be holdetn at Edgefield Court Hiuse ott the
l5th slay of Feb'v. 1041. to show catae, if any.
why the said Administration should not be
Givent tder iny hand and seal this 2nd day
of February, one thonsand eight hutndred atid
forty-one. and in the sixty-fif'h year of Ameri
0. TOWLP.S, 0. E. D.
Feb. 4, 1841. ($2 12h) b 1
State of houtil ('ILrIilla.
B Y OLIVER TOLES, Esquire. Or
dinai trv of Esdgelelh Dibtrict.
Wherens Eliza Ainn Green. hath applierd
to pose fomr Letters of Adiiitistration, on all
and ingtilair the goosds and chattels, rights
und credits of Hedgenan Green, late of
the Discrie albrestid, deceased.
These tire. tlireloie, to cite and ad.
11n11h1 sill and sigtular, the kindred and
creditor-t of the said deceasel. it he anl
aper ietlre ne, at our nell Orilinay's
Courat hor the said District, to lie ho'ldena as
Eslieldl Court I lsou~e sit the 15th day of
F~eba. Il. to -,bouw enuse, if any, why t e
saidl Aslhuintistrsatiomn shouli stit he graintesd.
Giveni undesr rnty htatgl andis senl this 29tt
ltny tif Jiauary, one thotusandt eight hinn
ilred atwl forty-one. ands in the sixty-flfthc
year of Amcerienin lndepsendence.
0. TOW LES, 0. E. D.
Felb. 4. 1841. ($-2 I2i) b I
Tax Collectors 1Nouce.
IWILL titnd at thie fosllowing places, to
collect Taxies fair the yeasr 1e4t0.
tin .Monday the 8ths Febenairy, at Pine House,
Tuesday. Stf " " iidge,
Wednesday, 10th "5 "Norriis'
T1hiursdaty, 11th "' "Mt. Willing,
Friday, 12th " "Perry..
Saturday, 13th " " Colemans,
Moniday, 15th " M"Aoores,
rTnesday, 16th " "D.Richardsans
WVedneseday, 17th " -Allena,
Thursday, 18th " "Smtylys,
Fridtay, 19th " " Sheppards,
Saturday, 20th " " Dttntonis,
A~miny, 22nid "~ " Li~asrty Hill,
Tuesday, 23rd " "Pairks.
Wedniesday,'24th " "Colliers,
Thnrsdav, 25th "' "'C. Ponds,
Friday, ' 2 ith " "Beasch Islatid,
Sastunrd~r. v7sh " " amsburg,
Anid on 3ionaday, 1st of Mfarch, at Edgefield
D. F. GOUEDY. -r. c. z. D.
N. PB. By inssrucitionts fromn the Compctoller
2eserail, sill Tuxable persons will be regntired
o assign theiir returns.
Jani.2J, 1d40. c 52
Foreign and Domnestic Goods.
DICE & DOLMlES,
AV E stow in Store. Five Hnndred' Bales
anid Cuses, Brown and Bleached Goiods
it mti mutst Ipliar brands, with ace extensive
up~ply s"E 'rinted and stripie Goods.
Also, a large and general issortment of all
lie leading Staple arties, necessary to make
pa comsplete Stock, fir the msost extensive
As .brensts for several Mannfactuirers, we
re cosnsttaly supplied by dire-ct imnportation,
vick a geuneral assot tsuent of Woolens. Cottiens.
.inecis, Hosiery. Silk and Cotton ~Umbrellass,
All of which. we offer sit our ustial low prices
or Cash or Notes, with Townt necep~tances.
DhICK & HOLMIES.
Commissi-nn Merchacits anad Auictiosneers,
No. 17 Veflduu Range, Charleston, S. C.
Jan. 23, 184l. c 52
I. L. &E. Pesnn& (o.
vs. Bonjamini Neal.
oodman, Harrington & Co.
vs. the same. J
W ILL he soild at the honse of the Defen
datnt, on Saturday, the 13th day of Fe
irtiary next, onte grey Horse, one lot of Corn,
ay onle hundred and fifty butshels, more or less,
sne lot of Shucks and F'odder.
8. CH RISTIE, s. z. ii.
Jan. 27, 1840. ($1 50) c 50
Don't Look at This.
LL persons indebted to the subscriher,
either by note or account, wvill do
vell to call and pay up, as longer indcl
will not be iven. A word to the
.&ac. 0, CVALR
19. 141. d Sn
State of South Carolina.
David Richardso and others,
vs Robertson Deoh.
W ILL be mild at the House ofjohn Sted.
ham, on Friday, 6th February OeM the
following property. viz- one let of Corn. $up
posed to -be eighty bushels, one Pat or Black.
smith's Tools. one Rige Goa, one oise-horse
Cart. one Cross.ent Saw, three Cows and
Calves, and various othe: articles. Terms
S. CHRISTIE, s. z. 9.
Jan.96, 1841. (61.50) b 52
State of South Carlina.
I Y OLIVER TOWLES, F.sqnire, Ordi.
" nary of Edgefleld District.
Whereas, James Harrison, hail, applied ti
me for Letters of Adminimtrati. on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rig hts nd
credits of William 0. Hollingsworth, Tate oftbo
District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore. to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before rue, at
our next Ordinary's CoUrt for the said District,
to be holden at fdopfield Conrt House on the
8th day of Feb'y, 1841, to show cause if any,
why the said Administration should not be
Given nuder my hand and seal this 27th day
(of Januarv. one thonsatid eight hundred id
forty-one.'aud in the sixty-fifth yrar of Ameriean -
Independence 0. TOWLES, O. E. D.
Jan. 27, 1R41. ($2 124) b 52
A LL persons indEhted to the subscriber el.
AL ther by note or account. will do well to
call and pay up, ns longer indulgence will not
be givesn. JOSEPH PATTERSON.
Jan 27, 1841. c '52
W E wotild respectfidly remind those per
sons indebted to us. that the sual time
ofcredit has now closed, and request that they
would come forward and settle their accounts.
Having large demands to meet. we are conseo
quently in great want of money.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Jan 20. 1841. 1
Y the month, or for the rwmainder of the
B year. four Negro Carpenters .
Apply to J. P. CARROLL.
Edgefield, Jan.18, 1841. tf 51
tate of South Carolina.
AMES W. WAUGH, of this District, liv.
ing three miles south of Liberty Hill, Tolls
before me a antall Black Mare buile, with the
left eye omt, th- other supposed not to be good,
a large scar on the tump, about fifteen years
old. Appraised at ten dollar -.
A. T. TRAYLOR, .?.
Jan.20. 1841. tf 51
LL perons itidebted to the estate of
A 11. W. Garrett. are requested to
make payment by the 15th of Feb. next ;
and all persons having demands against
aid estate are requested to present them
THOS. GARRETT, Idm'rs
Jan. 12. 1841. C 50
A LL Persons indehted to the estate of Jessi.
l.IHobb, de'eased.nare requested to make
pamn ythe 20th Febturnry next, as the
ubc int mends to clyse the estate ; and.
those haviingdemands against the estate, will
present them dsulv atteqted withttdelav.
ELbERT DEVORI, Ad..'r
Jan. 12, 1841.- d 50
'Ej have procured (ine -of the best
TVBlacksmiths In the Up-Country, on
Wagonis andr Plantation work, and we
will lbe glad to udo the work of our neigh
bors. andI the public. Our prices will be
ensfditary, and work shall be done with
GIBBS & Co.
Potteruville, Jan. 1, 1841. d 49
.&LL Persons having demnandls against Pres.
. ley Binnd, deceased, are reqnested to ren
der thtem duly attested, to the subscribiers with.
in the prescribed timue, ar.d those indehted
to tse estate are requested to make immediato
JOHN BiLAND,5 ""
Jan. 21, 1841. tf 5l
COTTON WARE HOUSES
I1AMHIURG, S. C.
T H E Subscriber having pnit hsis WA1RE
H OUS E in thorotngl repair. and raised
it about five feet higher than before, which
makes it to high water. Planters and Mer-'
chanits maay re-mt ineenred of nostdsnger from high
water. in stormug Cotton in this Warehouse.
He is thankful for the lbberal patronage of his
friends heretofore, and lintters himsself that by
his personal tand a stiieinittention to busaineus,he
will merit a conitinunnee ot ine fornier liberal
pairotnnte bestsswed on him.
Any Cottonthat h~e may have in store, or that
may he sent to hitnto be shipped to Chiarleston
or Savannah, will be strictly anteu'ded to.
W. 1. DE LPH.
Hamburg', Aug 2, 180f 31
A LL persona indebted to Lewis .iones
& Cot., nre earnestly treqnested so
call and settle by the first day of February
nu'xt, sir their notes anid necoutnts will be
placed in the hanids of an Otticer for col
A ike.,, Jan. 5, 1841.. . d 49
Shakerss Garden Seeds
Crop of 1840.
Tj H E Augusta Seed Store will be re
Lopend on or about the 20th of this
month, vWhere will he olfered for sale a
large aqsortmnent of SE EDS, raised only
by the SHAKERS of Connecticut-the
subscriber having none other. Ths
Seeds are perfectly cenuine, as three years
have proved, they therefore require nothing.
to sat them off'. The usual allowance
made to country dealer.
A few Brushes, Seives, Sugar Box0A
Swifts,&ct., for sale.
Nov.9, sf 42
SOOE & 3O3 PRZWN'o.
OF Eerydescription egeoused wJiJ
0 etns and despatcb, at ebye Offee'