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Wh1ercas they have not only evaded a contro
versy with this Sdciety, but displayed a spirit
of cowardice and equivocation, under the ban
ner of hopeless celibacy; be it therefore
Resolved, That this Society will hereafter no
tice. no communication from the "Athens Bach
elors Club," who have proved themselves en
tirely destitute of principle, honor. and integri
ty. MAJ. BOTTLENECK,
H. C. CIGAR,
W. B. CORSETT,
On e.ation of R. G. Whiskey, it was
Resolved, That the proceedings or this meet
ing be published in the Advertiser, by request
of the Society. Adjourned.
Ion. E. NOGG, Prcsident.
N. E. Rux, Srcretary.
"Ad arma ad arma; acres tellurisjuvenes :"
Ye freeborn sous of America, ye brave
supporters of freedom, ye that fulmined in
the West, and made the throne of the in
vincible (in anemo) monarch tremble in
the East; ye, beneath whose ponderous
arms the brazen clad Britain fell; and
whose strength the powerful Gaul could not
withstand; where is your mighry valour,
your much vaunted patriotism, your high
toned philanthropy ? where is your great
love of liberty-your veneration for the
departed "Heroes of the Revolution"
where are your jealousies of your liberlies,
and sympathies for the suffterings of your
fellow mortals? do they slumber and sleep
for a while in the lap ofluxury, or are ihey
extinguished forever ? Has the love of li
berty ceased to dwell in your bosoms, and
does patriotism exist no more amongst
you, does the wife no longer weave gar
lands to deck the brow of the meritorious
hero, or has the lyre of the bard ceased to
celebrate his praises? (volo camre Atridas.)
" Virgins fair and m:ttrons grave,
(These. thy conqering arm did save,)
Build, for thee, triumphal bowers
Strew, ye fair, his way with flowers,
Strew your heroe's way with flowers."
Has liberty passed through the ordeal,
and is it found to be inconsistent with our
nature? are the people at length found to
be incapable of self-government, and are
they waiting for greater and more flagran'
abuses, to call them forth to vindicate their
most sacred rights, (for what can be more
dear or sacred to an individual, than his
life, nil rei conclamant omnes,) therefore,
fellow-men, are your brothers to be open
ly insulted, to endure every indignity, and
finally to suffer death without redress.
Americans, ye mighty warriors, sons of
freemen, the blood of your ignominously
slain brothers of the North, calls aloud for
revenge, the destruction of the Caroline,
property of a free people, calls for satisfac
tion. Rouse up to arms; shake off your
lethargy, and boldly meet the ruthless ag
gressor, bid him defiance, and deal death
profusely into his ranks, recall to his me
mory the battle of New Orleans; let him
remember that Kent uckians are still in he
ing, and still make use of the rific. Yen
go forth with all your warring hands, meet
Victoria (whose charms are much more
difficult to be resisted, no doubt, than her
armies) on the battle plaitn, and give the
young Queen a notion of what sort of peo
ple the Americans are, penetrate into thte
heart of her domininns, teach her, in the
mean time, that the lives of Americans are
as dear to them, as to Britons, lest site
commission other persons to do mturder,
and commit depredatuions on y our frontier.
Refr-e-h her memory with a short review
of ancient historv, let her remember, that
in conmse'i&ence of1 the d-at h of a single in
div-idual, the p'rurfaue Gaunls (as thtey wet-e
called) invaded the Romrant empire. gav-e
battle to its inhabi:anns, killed 40,0010. en
tered their city-, took it, plundIered it. and
laid it emirely in ruins ; awI atlI for an of
fence not half so flagrant in its tnature, ats
the offence given to the United States.
WVe Americans believe this, namely, that
we must either entirely resigrn our clutms
to liberty or preserv-e it inviolate.
THE WVAY TO AVOID DI NNING.
Mr. Editor.-l hope you will give this
a place in your paper, as it amay he of ser
viee to vou as well as to those who deal
I expect there are but fewu, who may
see these hitnts, but what have, (in some
way or other) had something to do with the
unpleasant business of dunning. Brothet
dunner-wvhat is a mnore unpleasant occut.
pation, than that of going through the set
tlement with a pocket full of accounts,
and riding up to a customers house '
Who is that yonder ? its Mr. B3, ah ; I
know what be wants; he has come to a
poor place to get money, he had as well
go to the goats house to hunt wool. Good
morning' Mr. M. how do you do. Mr. 13. 1
am tolerably well-are you well this morn
ing. I am not to say so very well these
two or three d aya, but I kee p atboutt-wont
yotu light ? no sir, I thank yott, I believe-c
hav'nt time to light-have you any news ?
Nothing sir worth yourt attention, exce-pt
hard times, and they are so comumon, that
I expect they are nothing new. No sir,
they are not with us I assure you; I ha e
never seen exactly such times int my life,
it appears that money can't be had upon
any terms ; people htave mnade nothing this
year, and get nothing for "wvhat they have
made." I thought I would have been
over to settle with you before now, but it
took what little money I got for my Cot
ton to buy my meat; I expect you are
upon the hunt of money to day ; yes, we
are owing some, and I thought I would
call by, as I had some other business out
this way, and see if you could give us a
"lift." I have not the money, but Ilhave
some owing to me, if I can collect that, I
will come over and settle in a few days.
Such comfort as this is about all that you
will get, by going probably to a dozen pla
ces, and telling as many more stories, that
you are on some other business; when, to
collect was your business when you start
ed ; this is what I call trivial dunning. I
could mention many other unpleasant
things connected with tbis disagreeable
occupation; but as it is no stranger in
these parts, I shall conclude by giving a
remedy which shall prevent the low call
ing or dunning and being dunned.
1! 0 0
In the 6rst plaes it is necessary for every
person wh" keeps an accommodation shop,
(for all credit stores may be called such.)
to have a set time for his accounts to be
due, (which the most of'ereditors have.,
In the second place, it is necessary for
customers not to let the time pass, without
having made settlement by money or note.
It is mnuh better, and tnore honorable, for
a man, when lie has not the money to pay
his creditor, to go and tell him what to de
pend upon, than it is for him to stay away,
and keep the creditor in suspense ; expect
ing to get the money. and probably with
tihnt expectation making contracts, which
nothing el+e but money will meet; even,
ifa man expect to pay in a short time,
and is certain of having the means at the
time, it is better for him to see his credi
tor, at, or befor3 the time the same will
be due, and tell him that lie will settle
with him shortly, and give him a note or
due bill for the amount ; as the book-keep
er can then close the books in regulation.
I must, before I close these remarks.
say a few nords in favor ofthose who keep
goods to sell for the accommodation of a
community: and for the little profit which
they receive by so doing. It is too coi
monly the case, that those who buy goods
on credit, will pay every other debt before
that for the goods, which they have pur
chased; it seems that they think merchants
and editors,are a class ofpeople whom Pro
vidence supports by chance, and that they
consequently wvill get "alung" some way
or other. Kind friend who act thus, you
certainly do not consider, that when you
neglect to pay a merchant or editor, that
you are depriving him of the means by
which lie makes support; if you should
owe a man who makes support by farm
ing, and should not be able to pay at the
time, the mani has his farm, &c., and can
make a crop for support; but if the shop
keeper be deprived of hi money, ie b,
citlierto do nothing, or seek some otheroc
cupation until be gets his money. I know
there are exceptions to this rule, but there
are no exceptions to the general rule, that
in all comtmon cases, the man who lives
by what lhe makes of his tmoney. should
be paid first. Friends who are in arrears
with us, if any of you should thinik as we
do on the subject, if you will come over
you will find us about Stony Hliii
Great and Judicious Reduction of Rail
Road Pare.-We announce with pleasure
the liollowving goodl news, for travellers,
farmers and invalids. The Directors of
the douth Carolina Canal and Raiil Road
Company. after much deliberation on the
policy aind expediency of the measure,
havei. dleterminied to re'model and reduce
j hle rates of~ panage mtoney andt~ frei:;ut.
otn thme road to Ilamriiho:g, in compliance
withI te recomtmenba t ion of ai comititiee
chr;;ged with the stibjec'(t. Thie following
is the scaile of rid net ion.-Far'e tirough,
f'rom aind to C hai'lesto ailInd i amburg, $8
insteadl of 81t0-shorter (d-istnces, atnd
from one intermediate station to another.
on the line, 6 cetnts per mile instead of 71,
centse. Camrriaces, havitng two horses, con
veyedl through, for $'20 i nstead of $40,wivith
the privilege of a servant to each pair of
horses, free of chargte. Single horses
carrtages, gigs atid sulkeys, &c., for a less
distance than thiroutgh the whole line, to
he chatrged from 25 to 40 pier ce-n,. below
ihe present raies, accordintt to distance,
inmber, &c. Servanits anid childiren, un
der 12 years of age, half price.
It is also 'contempllated to appropriate a
car (ais soon as ratcticabtle) expressly for
the accommodation of those, whlose means,
incliniatiotns, or itifmrmities may leadl thtemt
to prefer it, at two-thirds or tine half the
full prices. It has moreover been detcr
mined to provide cars, for the speedy
trantsportationt to ithei city of the ma mrketuable
products of the country, such as fruit, ponl1
try, eggs, bntter, &c., and~ to return as
promptly with a supply ofsea-board luxu
rics, stuch as fish, oysters, West India fruit,
ice, &c., to rcgale the palates of our coun
try ftietds. Lastly, in orider to encourage
excursions for pleasure or healhh, a ticket,
purchased for any distance otn the road, is
t entitle the party to return, the sanme
day, free of charge; a ptrivilege which
will dloubtless be highly valued bty the
pairty of pileasure, for a day at Wondstock,
or' ot her seat of rural at tracetion, the imain
of butsiness, amoi especiailly lie spitrtsmnan
andm t he i nvaliid. Thbese regolatiotis are to
lie carried itod effect, say frotm the 5th to
thei 8th inst.
We have also bteen infortmed that the
Coimpanty have at Inst ell'ecmtd an arratngo
tmenit wit'h thte aiuthlorit ies in Anugusta, hy
mneanis of whicn they are to enjoy, in per
pteutity, the right of passing the Savannah
River. andt estalishing a depiol ini that ci
AUGUsTA, GA.. Eeb. 4.
Tho following are the particulars of a
must shocking mturder, n hich was perpe
trated in the viciitv of Snnrta. Ilatneock
U respectfully remind those per
soins indebted to me, that the ntanal time
>r credit has now closed, and request that they
vould come forward and settle their accounts.
EIaving large drmands to meet, I am conse
iuently in great want of money.
S. S. BOYCE.
Feb.10, 1841. tf 2.
Fresih Garden Seed.
UST RECEIVED and for sale by
C. A. DOWD.
Feb- 10. tf 2
General Drug Store.
.entre-street, Hamburg, S. C. opposite the
OLD AMERICAN HOTEL.
GARVIN & IAINES,
rSuecessors to H. R. Cook, 4- Co.]
[ EEP constantly on hand, at the above
House, a general assortment of
)MUlJGS, MEDICINES. INSTRU31ENTS,
PERFUmERY. PAINTS. OILS, DYE
STUFFS, HATTER'S MATE
All of which they offer at the lowest prices.
rid on terms to suit purchasers.
IPT Physician's and family prescriptions will
eceive prompt and faithful attention, at all
ours, day and night. All orders executed
vith neatness and despatch.
A supply of warranted fresh Garden Seeds
Iways on hand. suited to the season.
1. P. GARVIn, M. D,
Wa. HAINES, JUN.
J. H. MURaAY, hM. D.
Hamburg, S. C., Feb 8, 1841.
Feb.10 tf 2
State of SoutIh Carolilna.
Elizabeth Prosser. Applicant,
Pillman Watson, and others Def'ts
T appearing to my satis4faction, that Then.
dore Stark, Isaac Gildart, Sophin Gildart.
.ancis Gildart. Mary Gildart and Elizabeth
,ggestion, John C. Wormely. IHugh V. Wor
nely and Mary B. Carter. Robert A. Wilkin
on and If ary F. his wife. Theodore 0. Stark,
- Stark, & - Stark. the two last of whom
ire infant children of Col. Horatio Stark, de
endants in the above statel case, reside without
he liniit of this State. ItiA therefore ordered,
hat they do.appear and object to the division or
ale of the real estate of Robert Stark, Sen'r.,
lec'd., on or before the tenth day of May next,
or their consent to the same will be entered of
Given under my hand, at my office, this 9th
lay of Feqrnary, 1841.
OLIVER TOWLES, o. B. n.
Feb.10 ($I 874) n 2
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Firi
Facias. I shall proceed to sell at
!.dgefield Court House, on the first Mon
lay and Tuesday in March next, theifol
Wtn. C. Mitchell vs Gasper Buzzard,
mne negro Jim, one girl, Malinda, one Road
Vagon and Harness, and four Horses.
lichael Werts vs the aame, the above
Bridges & Moore vs the same, the above
M. Hankinson, Executor, vs John B.
lurgess, five hundred acres of land, more
ir less, adjoining Wiley Glover and others.
Joseph Woods, (bearer,) vs William B.
lightow.- nnd Mary Hightower, nine
undred acres of land, more or less, ad
,ining Mary Hightower and others.
Whitfield Brooks, vs Rudolph Carter
ndl Elizabeth Carter, five thousand acres
f land, more or less, adjoining John WVise
nd others. The property of Rt Carter.
Wmn. Foster, (administrator,) is Ru
olph Carter, the above doscribed prop
Elizabeth W~hitlock, pr. pro, Amie, vs
ohn WVhitlock, otie htundred acres of land,
iore or less, adjoining Elizabeth Outer
Richard Parks, vs Ellen Colvitn, two
undired acres of land, muore or less, ad
>ininig lands of the estate of James Free.
ian antd ot hers.
James 0. white, by his next friend, vs
'te same, the above describetd property.
Dendy & Key ve Gideon H1. H ull, one
ousc and lot in the town of Ilamburg,
ntown as No. 124. on Centre street.
J. L. Pearson vs Levi Weatherington,
ne hundred anti two acres of land, more
r less, atdjoining Jatmes Armstrong atd
J. L. Pearson vs. John Ramsey, five
undred and fifty acres of land, imore or
,ss, atdjoinitng John Rogers and others.
Smith & Stark, survivors, vs Joseph
ay, one hundred and forty-seven acres
f land, more or less, adjoining Arthur
~itmkints and others.
Daniel Quattlebum, (bearer,) vs Sam
el Wingardl and wife, G. Rt. Sawyer and
ohn V. Sawyer, two negroes, Charles
Archibald Clark, vs Collin, Robert, #ndn
oshina Clark, one tract of land containing
tne hundred acres, more or less, lymng on
be Mathis Road, adjoitning Mrs. May and
Elizabeth Mimus, alias Elizabeth How
rd, vs Margaret O'Gilvie, three htundred
ntd sixty neres of land, more Or' less, where
)eftendantt lives. Also onue hundred acres
inre or less, known as the Totmkins Tract,
djoiting Jeremiah Seigler and others.
E. Chamberlin, vs Margaret O'Gilvic,
me above describetd property.
William 1I. Yeldell', Administrator,- vs
ie same, the above described property.
Good win, Iharritngion & Co. vs Lewel
mn Deloach, two rinrses.
Martin Posey vs John Bridwvell, two
Maher & Rooney vs James Briggs, two
orses and one yoke of oxen,
John Blausket vs Nathaniel Ramney, one
Thettpholus Lundy, vs Joseph High
>wer, WViley Milton anid Eli Milton, five
undred and forty acres of land, more or
ess,. levied on as the property of Joseph
lightower, adjomnitig Dr. Geiger and L.
Gilzvey and ot hers.
WVade Glover vs Dyonycins Z. Wright,
iur htundred anti fifty acres of land, more
r less, adjnintg John Coker and others.
Jacob B. Smith, vs Sterling Powel, one
ract of Inand, lying on Hiorse Creek, ad
,iting Darlin Walker and others.
Win. II. McLain vs the same, the
brove described property.
Elizabeth Timmerman, vs Josh. Clark
nd P. Kempson, t wo hundred and seven
yeao and, more or less, adjoin
V and others.
as 3. Cole
county, within one mile and
vil!age. T'hc murder occurred~
day night last.
After supper, Mr. Robert Pettigrew, the
overs-eer of Maj. It. Mitchell, left home, as
be stated, to go to town for some tobacco,
at about eight or nine o'cluck. Next morn
ing Mr. Petigrew was found near the road
side dead, evidently to have been murder
ed. Ajury was immediately called, and
an inquest held. On the examination of
the body, the skull was found to be frac
tured in two or three places. Suspicion
soon rested upon Maj. Mitchell's negroes.
A number of citizens were detached to ar
rest the negroes, and other citizens to
search the negro houses, boxes, trunks,
&c. The cluh used by the mtrderer was (
found within 40 or 50 feet of the dead bo
dy, with some of the hair of Mr. P. on it.
Three of the negroes were soon placed in
jail; and about the same time the watch
of' Ar. P. was found, by the party who
had been directed to search, in the box of
one or the negroes who had been secured.
Mr. P. had left home with the watch in
his pocket. The watch was shown to the
negro into whose box it had been found,
andi he confessed his guilt, and now awaits a
his trial to take place this day.
Many stages have been robbed, for some
time past, of trunks, &c. in the very vi
cinity where this murder has been com
mitted. A general search is now being
made and progressing. Already many of
the articles, known to belong to stage pas
sengers who have been robbed, have been
found; and it is now hoped that the mys
tery which has so long hung over the
depredations committed in that neighbor
hood, will soon lie developed, and that the
villanies solong perpetrated will be expns
ed, and the perpetrators brought to jus
IIrGHLY IMPOTANT FROM THE NIA
GARA FRONTIER-CASE OF McLEOD.
The intelligence from Western New
York, and the Niagara Frontier, begins to
be highly interesting. The official corres
pondence between Mr. Fox, the British
Minister, and Mr. Forsyth, respecting the
burning of the Caroline, and the arrest of I
McLeod, have created a flane allover the t
border. Public meetings have been held q
on the subject, in Buffalo, in Batavia, and
other places, denouncing the claims and
conduct or England.
We have despached a correspondent to
the Niagara Frontier, frotn whom we have
received the following:
The trial of McLeotd cannot take place
until the 4th Monday in March, unless a
special commi-sion of Oyer and Termi.
ner should issue, which is not probable -
His case will come before the Grand Jury
at the County Court. to be held early in I
February; but that Court can only indict
him. The evidence before the grand Ju
ry is private, of course, and not to be re
ported. It has been stated it some prints,
that he was to be tried itmmediately-this d
may have misled some.
I have not been able to obtain any itfor- d
mation in relation to his history, to be de
pended on. There is nothing peculiar in
his situation in jail, except that ie sleeps
all day and is up all night, probably ex
pecting assistance from Canada, to enable
hIm to escape. ir t can find any one who 1
can give any of the information asked by j
you I will procure it to be done.
The statement that Mtr. Brotherson, the
cashierofthe Suspensiont Bridge Bank haso
become McLcod's bailin $5000, is alsoa
erroneous. Mc Leod was arrested under a
charge of murder, which is tnot a bailable
offence. The excitement on this affair in- e
creases every day. Meetings are holding
all over the western district, and if atn at
tempt he made to rescue him, I wvould notn
answer for the cuusequ.ences.a
Shut, shunt thme door, good John !.-Somc h
people act as thotugh they had no doors at
htome and one woutld infer that they teed
blankets instead. Ott entering a Printing
Ollce in cold weather, alwnys walk intt
hioFhy w ithout kttocking, and shaut thme door
offer you-tht's thte way to tell it.
Thme Courts of Appeal.-Bor h t he Equit
ty and Law Courts of :\ppeals were or
canized, yester'day, in this city. In the a
flarmer were presentt Chtneellors D. .John- o
son, liarper and Dunkin-in the latter,
Jtdles Gatttt, Rtichardlson, O'Neall, Ev- h
ans, Enrle, and Buttler, a full hench.
1IAMBaURG, Febt, 6.
On Mottday anti Tttesday thte market
w~as trather lint, and htad given away abont
a et. frott the htightest mnark ot' last week; u
awing to th~e impression entertained by our
buyers, thtat prices wvere highter thant the
Liverpool q uotationts warranted. Since
then, we hnve retceived accoutnts up'to7th y
Janutary, with steady sales; and a better'
feeling now exists with buyers, wvho freely t
give I I ets. for choice brantds; being about c
i cm. he'low our last quotations. Extreme
sale's 7 to 11 cts. Principal sales 106 ets.
A large gtnantity of Cotton htas changed ~
hands withtin thte two last days at fair pri
Groceries.-The market is well sutpplied
with all kindt of groceries, and disposed of
et fair prices.
A I3GUSTA, FxsitUAR 4.
Cotton.-On Thutrsdlay last there was
an active demnand for thtis article at the
rates quoted itn our last notice of the mar
ket ;.during tlte two succeedinig (lays, how
e'er, the market was rather dutll, as pur
chasers wvere tnnwilling to operate at the
advanced rates; the few transactions of
those two (lays showed a dlecline of fully
4c. on all qualities. This concession in- r
duced pturchasers agaitt to comne in, and
te detnand since Monday morning has
been fair at the reducetd rates above refer
red to. The sales, (whtich are generally
made from wagons,) range fromt 94 a 10&c. I
IKYMENE A L
" The silken tie thaut binds twco woilling hearts."'
Mart ied, in Atugnata, ott the 3d inst., by thea
Rev. Mr. Sewell. Mr. J.ut.s MCCAFFERTY, to I
Mrs. MAnY PARMF.aLES. 3
A FEW days sintce, by a negro boy, a
sttall stumt of Montey. whtich the owner
an htave by proving propecrty, rewarding e
fitlndr, attd paying charges. Enquttire at
noicn (tf 2) in 16. !
man, one tract of laud, containing four
hundred acres, more or less, where De
Iendartt lived 1840, adjoining R. C. Griffin
Albert Waller, for J. N. Wardlaw, vs
Thomas J. Coleman and R. C. Grillin,
the above described property.
Abraham Wimbish & Johnson, vs T.
J. Coleman and Larkin Griffin. the abo't
John Christrie, vs the same, the above
Glover F. Green vs John Anderson, one
hundred acres of land, more or less, ad
joining Thomas A]orris, and others.
Win. Brunson, administrator, vs Sam
uel Cartledge, Tandy Cartledge and S.
C. Terry, one tract of land containing two
hundred acres, more or less, adjoining N.
Lowe and others.
John Bauskett vs Robert W. Mathis,
one Wagon and four Mules.
F. W. Pickens, for J. E. Calhoun, vs
T. G. Bacon and Eliza Bacon, one house
and lot, in the village of Edgeflield. adjoin
ing AIrs. Laborde and others. Also, one
other lot, in the rear of the above named,
and adjoining the same.
Wiley Parish & Co. vs Bacon & Ma
son, one negio, Sam, and four horses, the
property of T. G. Bacon.
William Prothro vs George H. Taylor,
four negroes, viz., Maorinda, Ann, Ella and
C. M. Furman vs Hl. W. Sullivan, the
Defendant's Warehouse in the town of
H. C. Turner vs Sherwood Carley, one
tract of land, containing one hundred and
firty acres, more or less. adjoining John
Rogers, and others. Also, one other tract
of land, containing one bundred acres, ad
joining Wim. Shaffer, and others.
John G. Dunlap vs Hollis Dutnton, the
Defendant's interest in the tract of land,
whereon the Defendant now lives.
The Survivors of Forts Townsend and
Mendenhall vs David M. Waters, one ne
gro woman, Betty.
John Bauskett vs Lewis Elizey, one
house and lot in the town of Hamburg, oc
cupied by J. N. Oliver. Also, one tract
of land, adjoining T. Alorris, and others
George A. MNcKie vs the same, the a
hove described property.
The President & Direc:ors of the Bank
of South Carolina, vs the same, the above
L. Geddings vs Thomas R. Bracken
ridge & Lewis Elizey, the above described
Jacob B. Smith vs Joseph A. Mitchell,
two hundred acres of land, adjoining E.
B. Presley, and others.
William Guyton, vs John Sturgenneg
ger, 100 acres of land, adjoining Wade
Glover, and others.
M. D. Maher, vs the same, the above
John Bauskett, assignee, vs John Logue
ad T. G. G.Bacon, one house and lot in
the village of Edgefield, adjoining E. B.
Presley, and others; the property of J.
Logue. S. CHRISTTE, s. E. D,
Feb. 10, 1841. c 2
Be on your Guard.
A LL Notes and Accounts due Jeffers &
Boulware, or II. L. Jeffers. must be set
tled on or before the first of March next, or they
will be turned over for collection.
H. L. JEFFERS.
Hambura, Feb. .1841. d I
T ITl Subscriber has opened ai Ionse of
Enmertainmnent, and pledges himself to
ttlord goodl accommodation, at moderate chi.rg
is, to all those who may favor him with their
custom. LARKIN GRIFFIN.
Greenwood, February 1, 1841.
Feb.4. d l
'O43lrirginia ntever tire."
O0 all the good people tradling to H amburg
and Angtrsta. I wvould respectfully say,
that I have for sate, and Ioto to suit the imes;
Most kindsshetfHARD WARE& CUTLERY.
A variety of HIATS, CAPS, BOOTS and
SH OES.' 80 BRASS & WOOD CLOCKS.
warranted. Several CH EESE, weighing over
(00 p~o'unda entch, the best ever in market, and
a good as ever can be.
All kinds TIN WA RE, and all joint or orders
shall he attended iofaithfrdly.
Also, just received, two good and spkndid
CA RRIAGES, which will be sold on excellent
terins to those wvamring.
Also, high post and F'rench BEDSTEA DS.
hlaving engaged the services of Mr. H. S.
Rock well. can attend to repairing and cleaning
CLOCKS. for a few months.
Please give me a call Gentlemen if you arc
wishing for any thing in my way of trade.
A. B. CHURCH.
Hamburg, Feb.3, 1841.
Feb. 4. d1
Land for Sales
- WILL SELL at private sale, a tract of
Land, containing live hunidred and fifly
~eveni(!5') acres, lying on the waters of~haw's
Creek, or on a small stream called Tiger. This
tract of Land has ocr it a mill seat, that will af
t'rd water suflicient for it to run half the time,
vith about thirty acres under fence.and scarce
ly any other imiprovemlent except a log~ cabin.
i'h abuove mentioned tract of Land lies ad
nining lands of Major Posey, Wmn. Johnson,
-Ripl'ey anid others. A credit of one, two
and three years will be given, with bond and
security, or I will take good proprty.
P. 5. The above mnutioned tract of Land
ies in Edgefield District, about 10 miles east of
the village, Persons wishing to purchase will
nake application to. the subscriber, livig in
te lower edge of said Distiriet, about 10 miles
acrilh of Aikemr.
State of South Carolina.
IoktrLatTand Phuilip *1
Cromner, Ad m'tt'5 IW to Foreclose
of E. Cromer, dec'd. Mortgage.
~T appearIng to my satisfaction, that Edward
..McCann, the defendant in the above case,
resides out of the limits of this State, on motioni
ocrplainant's Solicitors, ordered, tbmt the
sid defndant do appear, and plead, answer,
or demur, to the said Bill, within three months
from thme publlcation of this order, or the said
Bull will be taken pro confesso against him.
- BENJ. Y. MARTIN,c. E. A. D.
Commissines (jJice, 26thc Jan. 1 841.
Feb. 4. "i I
State of South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Eequire, Ordi
.HP nary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Mark Etheridge, hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and sin
gular the goods and chattels, rights and credits
of Lott Etheridge, late of the Distflct aforetid.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to he and appear before me, at
onr next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield Court H ouse on the
15th day of Feb'y. 1841, to show cause, if any,
why the said Administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this 2nd day
of February, one thousand eight hundred and
forty-one, and in the sixty-fifth year of Ameri
0. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
Feb. 4, 1841. (2 124) b 1
Sta)te of South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOLES, Esquire, Or
dintry of ltdgefield District.
Whereas Eliza Ann Green, hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Hedgeman Green, late of
the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular, the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased, to be and
appear lbfre me, at our next Ordinay's
Court ijor the said District, to be holden at
Edgefield Court louse on the 15th day of
Felb. 1841, to show cause, if' any, why the
said Adtninistration should not be granted,
Given under my hand and seal this 29th
day of January, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-one, and in the sixty-fifth
year of American Independence.
0. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
Feb. 4, 1841. ($2 124) b I
Tax Collectors Notice,
WILL attend at the following places, to
collect Taxes fr the year 1840.
On Monday the 8th February, at Pine House,
Tuesday. Jth " -' Ridge,
Weduceday, 10th " "Norris'
Thursday, 11th " "Mt.Willing,
Friday, 12th " "Perrys,
Saturday, 13th " "Colemans,
Monday, 15th " " Moores,
Tuesday, 16th " "D.Richardsons
Wednesday, 17th " .4 Allens,
Thursday, 18th " "Smylys,
Friday, 19th " " Sheppards,
Saturday, 20th " "Duntons,
Monday, 22nd " "Liierty Hill,
Tuesday, 23rd " "Parks.
Wednesday,24th " "Colliers,
Thursday, 25th " "C. Ponds,
Friday, 26th " "Beach Island,
Saturday, 27th " "Hamburg,
And on Monday, 1st of March, at Edgefield
B. F. COUEDY, r. c. x. D.
N. B. By instructions from the Comptroller
General, all Taxable persons will be required
to assign their returns.
Jan.26, 1840. c 52
Foreign and Domestic Goods.
DICK & HOLMIES,
H AVE now in Store, Five Hundred Bales
and Cases, Brown and Bleached Goods
or the umst popular brands, with an extensive
supply of Printed and Stripe Goods.
Also, a large and general assortment of aU
the leadihg Staple articles, necesaary to make
up a eoilete Stock, for the most extensive
As Agetits for several Manufacturers, we
arc constantly supplied by direct importation,
with a general assortment of'Woolens. Cottons,
Lince, Hosiery. Silk and Cotton Umbrellas,
All of which. we offer at oar usual low price.
for Cash or Notes, with Town acceptances.
DICK &IHOLM ES.
Comumission Merchants and Auctioneers,
No. 17 Venduc Ratuge, Charleston, S. C.
Jan. 23, l841. c 52
G. L. & E. Penn& Ca.
vs. Benjamitn Neal.
Goodman, H arrington & Co.'
vs. the same.
W~ILL he sold at the house of the Defern.
Vaait, an Saturday, the 13th day of F'.
brurary next, one grey Horse, one' lot of Com'u
may one hundred and fifty bushels, more or less,
une lot of' Shucks and Fodder.
.S. CHIRISTIE, s. E. D,
Jan. 27, 1840.- ($1 50) ec(
Don't Look at This.
A LL persons indlebted to the subscriber,
C.either by note or account, will do
well to call and pay up, as longer indul
gence will not be given. A wvord to the
wise, &c. L. COVA R.
Jatn. 12, 1841. d 50
Ythe month, or for the remaintdr f the
yesar, four Negro Carpsenters.
Apply to J. P. CARROLL,
Edgefteld, Jan. 18, 1841. tf 51'
State of South Caronna.
JAMES WV. WAUGH, erf this District, ir.
Sing three miles sonith of Liberty Hilf. Tollw
before me a smtall Black Mare M ale-, with the
lett eye our. the other supposed riot to be good,
a lairge scar on the ltunp, about fifteen yeats
old. A ppraised at ten dollars.
A. T. TRAYLOR, .r. p,
Jan.20, 1841. tf 51
A LL Persuins having demandls against Pres
.t ey Bland, deceased, are regnaested to ren
der thema duly attested, to the subscribers with.
in the prescr'ibed timeA, and those indebted
to theu estate ore requested to make immediate
pati S. CHRISTIE,
JOHN BLAND, Exciders.
Jan. 24,-1841. tf 53
COTTONI WARE ROUSE,
H AM8URG, S. C.
T H E Subscriber having put his WARtE
H OUSE in thorough repair, and'raised
it about five fcet higher than before, which
makes it to high water. Planters and Mer:
chants may rest, assured of no danger from hight
water, in storing Cotton in this Warehouse.--.
Hie is thankful for the liberal patronage of his
friends heretofore, and flatters himself that by
his personal and a strict attentoon to business,he
will merit a continuance of tne former liberal
patronage bestowed on him.
Any Cotton that he may have in store, or that
may be sent to himto be shipped to Charleston,
or Savannah, will be strictly attenmded to.
atmbttrg. Aug 20,. 184 tf 31